Ewell Boys National School - Admissions Register
June 1892 to September 1929


Children outside Ewell Boys National School c.1920
Children outside Ewell Boys National School c.1920
Image courtesy of Surrey Libraries and is held in the
Epsom & Ewell Local And Family History Centre

This information is taken from from the records held at the Surrey History Centre (reference 6246/2/1). The register was photographed, transcribed, and then proof read by the volunteers of Epsom & Ewell Local And Family History Centre (Links open in new windows).

The information for each pupil covered two adjacent sides of the foolscap register and entered in date of admission order. For ease of use we have sorted the register into name order and produced a .pdf file. The details in the first two columns, and shaded yellow, were added to facilitate the transcription and sorting process and do not form part of the original document and should be ignored.

Ewell Boys School
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If you want to view the source document please contact the Surrey History Centre (reference 6246/2/1).

Many ex-pupils of Ewell Boys School served in the Great War, and of those who served 58 died. Click on this link Ex pupils of Ewell Boys School who fell in the Great War to see the names of those who did not return.

Classroom 2, Built in 1861 and photographed in 1961
Classroom 2, Built in 1861 and Photographed in 1961 by S. Witkowski
Image courtesy of Surrey Libraries and is held in the
Epsom & Ewell Local And Family History Centre

Click here for the West Street School Log Book

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