2 edition of Eton College register, 1441-1698 found in the catalog.
Eton College register, 1441-1698
|Statement||alphabetically arranged and edited with biographical notes by Sir Wasey Sterry.|
|Contributions||Sterry, Wasey, Sir.|
Register number (Professional) address Attainments Training in teaching Experience When registration started, many people, of course, had been teaching for some time. So the date of registration, particularly for teachers who registered in the early years (i.e., from ) was often much later than the date when they started teaching. , Biographical History of Gonville and Caius College Containing a List of All Known Members of the College from the Foundation to the Present Time, with Biographical Notes, Vol I, ,A, Ref Only , A Register of Admissions to King's College Cambridge, ,A, Borrowable.
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Get this from a library. The Eton College register, ; alphabetically arranged and ed. with biographical notes. [Wasey Sterry, Sir; Eton College.]. THE ETON COLLEGE REGISTER Author Sterry, Wasey (Ed.) Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - VG+ 1441-1698 book condition No DW Edition 1st Edition Binding Hardcover Publisher Spottiswoode, Ballantyne Place of Publication GB Date published Book Edition: 1st Edition.
Eton College register the Eton College Register we find the names of hundreds of Etonians from Eton’s first years of operation.
Among those are Robert Aldrich and John Harington. Robert Aldrich. Robert Aldrich was the son of Eton College register Aldrich. After Robert’s time at Eton, he became a scholar of King’s College Cambridge graduating in Old Etonians. Within the Eton College Register we find the names of hundreds of Etonians from Eton’s first years of operation.
Among those are Robert Aldrich and John Harington. Robert Aldrich. Robert Aldrich was the son of Richard Aldrich. After Robert’s time at Eton, he became a scholar of King’s College Cambridge graduating in The Eton College Register, – (Eton: Spottiswoode, ) Vaughan, E. List of Etonians who fought in the Great War, – (London: Philip Lee Warner/Medici Society, ) Vaughan, E.
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Eton College Register ‘Eton College Register, ’ Alphabetically arranged and edited with biographical notes by Sir Wasey Sterry, author of “Annals of Eton College”. This volume completes so far as possible the biographical register of Etonians from until which was inaugurated by Mr R A Austen-Leigh with his two volumes, published in Dulwich College register: to Hathi Trust (search-only as of Feb.
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Sandys and his brothers may be the "Sandes" who appear in the registers of Eton College, in which case Edwin Sandys attended – Berkshire, Eton College Registerestimated 6, records London, Dulwich College Register18, records Sussex, Lancing College Register.
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