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Some of the pupils of Avondale School, 1897

(* which included Waterview and Blockhouse Bay, in those days not separate from Avondale Road Board district.)

In 1897 about 25,000 children from the Auckland Education District signed a congratulatory address to Queen Victoria on the occasion of her Diamond Jubilee, celebrating 60 years as Queen. This address was presented to Her Majesty Queen Victoria by the scholars of the public schools in the Auckland Education District, 1897. 247 children from Avondale School signed the address. Here are the names, as transcribed by Auckland City Libraries.

A to D

E to L

M to W

A

AIMER, George Vernon

AIMER, Grace

AIMER, Kenneth

ANDERSON, George

AULSEBROOK, Lillian Kate

 

B

BARRON, Douglas

BARRON, Emily

BARRON, Jessie

BATKIN, Edith Lillian

BATKIN, Frank

BATKIN, Fred

BATKIN, Mildred

BATKIN, Percy Edward

BELCHER, Annie

BELCHER, Margaret

BINSTED, Elsie

BINSTED, Henry

BINSTED, John Claude

BINSTED, Rosa M.

BLACKLOCK, Albert A

BLACKLOCK, Bernard

BLACKLOCK, Emma

BLACKLOCK, Fred

BLUCK, Alice Kate

BLUCK, Gordon

BLUCK, Reginald

BLUCK, Vivian

BOLLARD, Florence

BOLLARD, Harold Anthony

BOLLARD, John

BOLLARD, Muriel

BOSWELL, George

BOSWELL, May

BOSWELL, Mignonette

BOSWELL, Percy

BOSWELL, William

BOWMAN, Alfred

BROKENSHAW, Annie A.

BROKENSHAW, Bessie Greenwood

BROKENSHAW, Norman

BROKENSHAW, Percy

BROWN, Frances

BROWN, William

BROWNE, Augustus

BROWNE, Hilda

BROWNE, Kathleen

BURROW, Cecil J.

BURROW, Ethel

 

C

CAIRN, Betty

CAPES, Daisy

CAPES, Ethel

CAPES, Rita

CAPES, Violet

CARR, Annie

CARR, William

CHALMERS, Phemie

CHALMERS, Stewart

CHALMERS, Tom

CHALMERS, Walter

CHATTEY, Annie

CHRISTIANSEN,Charlie

CLAY, Harold

COUTANCHE, Harriet

COX, Frederick

COX, Herbert William

CRAFT, Olive

 

D

DAVENPORT, James

DAVEY, Lottie

DAVEY, William

DAVOREN, Charlotte Elizabeth

DAVOREN, John

DAWSON, Pearl

DAWSON, Ruby

DOWNING, Beatrice

DOWNING, Edith

DOWNING, Henry

 

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