Of the teachers listed, 95% were women. Most came from Liverpool, but there was one from Edinburgh, and one who had attended boarding school on the Isle of Man. Pupil teachers were often assigned to the school they had themselves attended. For example of thirty listed at Anfield Rd, at least 16 had been pupils there themselves. There are some for whom previous school is not recorded, so it may be over 50%.
There were close links between the College and Liverpool and Bangor Universities.
My favourite name is Sunbeam HAWKES! When I checked her on the 1901 census - living in Tranmere - I found she shared the middle name ‘Devonshire’ with her father.
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