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Offline scottishmist

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Low Luyton
« on: Tuesday 03 February 09 15:58 GMT (UK) »
Hi All
Can anyone help
I am looking for info about a academy in Low Luyton Essex any info or pictures of the town its self
 I would be so thankful
Cheers Jan
Paisley:Cowan,McFarlane,
Neilston:Thorpe,Young,Edgar,McGraw,McDonald
Strath:Grant,McClean,Chrisholm
Houston:Whyte
Ayrshire:McIlwraith,McCulloch
Kirkcubright:Halliday,Blackloch

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Re: Low Luyton
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 03 February 09 19:02 GMT (UK) »
I think this is likely to be Low Leyton. Low Leyton is now part of the London Borough of Waltham Forest.
Which academy are you looking for? Circa when?

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Re: Low Luyton
« Reply #2 on: Tuesday 03 February 09 19:25 GMT (UK) »
Hi Clincher2
thanks for the info
I am not sure what academy
Its a  friend from Sidney that I am looking for the info for
I have email him and asked if he knows the academy so have to wait to the morning before he will email me.
this is all he sent me
James Perry received his primary instruction in an academy in Low Luyton, county of Essex, in England during 1795 & 1796
Cheers Jan
 
Paisley:Cowan,McFarlane,
Neilston:Thorpe,Young,Edgar,McGraw,McDonald
Strath:Grant,McClean,Chrisholm
Houston:Whyte
Ayrshire:McIlwraith,McCulloch
Kirkcubright:Halliday,Blackloch

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Re: Low Luyton
« Reply #3 on: Tuesday 03 February 09 22:51 GMT (UK) »
If it is Low Leyton and you google those 2words and your computer behaves like mine does the second hit will be a link to British History Online. Search that link for 'academy' and you get:
"147E.R.O., T/P 110/45; L.R.L., L35 Pamphlet, Leytonstone Academy advt. 1785.

Go to the Essex Record Office website (google SEAX) for T/P 110/45 which catalogue entry does not take you any further but a search of that file may do so