OBE, FRSE. Professor of Mining at Ednburgh University and at Heriot-Watt College. He was involved in research for safety in mines and invented mine rescue apparatus. Published many books and learned papers.
Music master at UCS. Also a dramatist whose successes included Crime at the Blossoms and The Green Bay Tree .
Headmistress of Fleet Road Infant School for 44 years.
Professor of Greek at University College London from 1831 until his death. Headmaster of UCS (1832-42),, described in the school’s history (1981), as an ‘urbane and gentle scholar… poet and champion of Greek Independence’. Died at his home in Belsize Square.
Historian and teacher. Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford; Professor at Lampeter and later Manchester (1890-1925),. He published numerous textbooks specialising in mediaeval history ‘DNB’. Chaucer supplied the epitaph on his grave: ‘And glady wolde he lerne and gladly teche.’ According to the magazine of the Historical Association, of which he was President (1910-1912),, he could…
Mistress of the National School of this parish for over 10 years. As she died aged 26 she began teaching at 16. The National School became Hampstead Parochial School.
Ran a girls’ school at 6-7 High Street, which Constable’s daughters attended. The artist had a high opinion of it. Miss Noble lived to be 90.
Founder and co-principal of St Godric’s Secretarial College, Arkwright Road.
Teacher. Joined University College School, Frognal in 1938 and rose to be Headmaster (1956-75),. Died at 14A Wedderburn Road. His wife Ruth Eleanor (1913-1977), was a JP.
Headmaster of Heath Mount School in Heath Street until c.1875. The school history says he was fond of wielding a ‘bushy’ stick.
Master of the Christ Church National School, Hampstead; he died aged 31.