Ely High School - Register of Old Girls
from the 21st Anniversary School magazine, 1926
Year of Entry 1918
We ask readers to forgive any possible mistakes or omissions due to lack of information.
Girls who completed their school education at the Ely High School and who took up teaching
Marjorie Hall, Elementary Teaching
Renee Chapman, Haddenham School
Winifred Pilkington, Littleport Sch.
Lorna Hammond, Private School, Felixstowe
Joan Titchmarsh, Governess Ickleton
Margery Willis, Gymnastics, Fernham, Newcastle
Muriel Bungay, Infants School, Ely
Sybil Smith, Thorney School
Gladys Watson, Stuntney School
Ethel Attwood, Willingham School
Violet Missen, Battersea Training Coll.
Gertrude Samuels, Norwich Training College
Cissie Theobald, Southlands, London
Margaret Prentice, Littleport
Phyllis Hopkin, Downham
Girls who completed their school education at the Ely High School, and who took up occupations other than teaching.
Occupations are specified where known.
Margaret Holl, Nurse, Hospital, Ipswich
Phyllis Holl, Typist, Stowmarket
Doris Grimes, Cashier
Winifred Barham, Shop Asst., London
Rosamond Richards, Shop Assistant, Littleport
Hope Parker, Art illustration
Phyllis Titchmarsh, Shop Asst. Soham
Ella Ennion, Lawyer's Office, Cambridge
Edna Savidge, Shop Asst., Williams, London
Connie Searle. Music, Witchford
Ellen Ladson, Hospital Nurse, Linton.
Violet Everitt, Clerk, County Office, March
Gladys Rose, Post Office, Ely
Edith Dobbs, Clerk
Florence Attwood, Shop Asst., S. Ives
Girls who completed their school education at the Ely High School who remained at home, or about whose occupation we have no information.
Odette Whitta, Brandon
Dorothy Young, Little Downham
Ivy King, Newmarket
Irene Walker, Littleport
Gwendolen Mason, Cambridge
Daisy John, Ely
Mabel Titchmarsh, Mrs. Starling, Gibraltar
Ivy Powell, Soham
Inez Sennitt, Stretham
Winifred Drake, Sutton
Hilda Sympkin, Wicken
Girls who completed their school education elsewhere, and who later took up teaching.
Lois Smalley, Stoke
Girls who completed their school education elsewhere, who later took up occupations other than teaching.
Edith Dobbs, Clerk
Girls who are completing their school education elsewhere, or having completed it elsewhere, have remained at home or about whose occupation we have no information.
Margaret Brown, Yarmouth
Nellie Webber, Mrs. Brown, Isleham
Gwendoline Townsend, Dunstable
Agnes Hill, Herne Bay