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St Joseph's, 1953

St Joseph's, 1953

The boys of St. Joseph’s school outside the new canteen in Deepdale Road; the school used to take the senior pupils as well as juniors and infants.

Back row:  Alan Wood, Richard Dunn, Tony Laverick, Alan Lightfoot, Raymond Moon, Joe Cush, Ian Welford, Joe Harrison, Keith Lansbury, Eric Starsmore, Edgar Fletcher, Mr Joe Faye (Teacher) later taught at Sacred Heart School, Redcar.

Middle row:  Eric Jackson, E. Tose, B. Welford, ??, Michael Howe, R. Howe, Tony Jackson, Joe Ward, Willie Walker, John Foster, Leo Bowman, T. Walker, I. Bowman.

Front row:  Frank Robson, G. Graves, David Nicholson, T. Harrison, Tony Raspison, Joe Tyreman, ? Walker, J. Welford, D. Raspison, Graham Marlow.

Image and information courtesy of Joe Ward, also thanks to Pauline Laverick (nee Foster) and Frank Robson for information.

3 comments to St Joseph’s School – Boys – 1953

  • Pauline Laverick

    The Foster on the middle row is my dad, John Foster. Joe Faye went on to teach history at Sacred Heart School, Redcar. He taught me and remembered my dad.

  • frank robson

    The Robson on the left front row is me, Frank Robson, the one on the opposite end is I am sure Graham Marlow.

  • Jack Ferguson

    My name is Jack Ferguson (dob 1950). I am working on my family tree and think the Joe Tyreman in long trousers would be my cousin if his mother was called Elizabeth Alice Ferguson who married Joe Tyreman (Snr). My father was John Ferguson (1903-1971) and one of his sisters was called Elizabeth Alice. I visited Loftus once as a small child but cannot remember meeting young Joe. He might have been away doing his national service. Does anyone know if he is still around and has a contact.

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