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NURSERY SCHOOL, GREAT GEORGE SQUARE, LIVERPOOL
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|*Sharm||Report||1 Mar 2007 17:55|
Hi, Ive found a member of my family who was a matron of a nursery for poor children in liverpool, (great george square) in the 1881 census. Her husband was a seaman missionary. Does anyone know anything about the school or any photos? and also what was a missionary for seamen? many thanks.