Nuneaton. Canon H .W. Blellairs, vicar

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Date:1870 - 1879 (c.)

Description:Studio photograph of Canon Henry Walford Bellairs, Vicar of Nuneaton from 1872 to 1893. He was educated at Oxford, and became an Inspector of Schools under the Peel government. He also founded The Cheltenham Ladies' College and was an honorary Canon of Worcester. He did a lot to improve the church and Grammar School in Nuneaton. During the Napoleonic Wars he served on HMS Victory. He died in 1900.


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Nuneaton.  Abbey Street School classroom
Nuneaton. Abbey Street School classroom

Interior of classroom at Abbey Street School, Nuneaton, showing girls at desks and ...

1920s
Nuneaton.  Abbey Street
Nuneaton. Abbey Street

A typical court in Abbey Street, Nuneaton. The ribbon weavers would live and carry ...

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Nuneaton.  Demolition of the Old Hippodrome Theatre
Nuneaton. Demolition of the Old Hippodrome Theatre

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