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Post by Karen on Mon 29 Aug 2011 - 4:17

Find below, a few articles which mention the headmaster of the Eliot-place School, named George Valentine:

CHRIST CHURCH, LEE.

Churchwardens, Mr. T. Poultney Griffin, and Mr. Clifford Christopherson; Sidesmen, Messrs. G. Valentine, C.G. Scott, P. Grove, and E. Wilson. A resolution was passed in favour of cleansing and decorating the church.

Source: Blackheath Gazette, Friday April 7, 1893, Page 5


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CHRIST CHURCH, LEE.

The Rev. W. McDonald, vicar, presided at this meeting on Monday when Mr. T. Poultney Griffin and Mr. Clifford Christopherson were appointed vicar's and people's warden respectively. The sidesmen appointed were Messrs. G. Valentine, S. Grove, C. Perry, C.G. Scott, E. Furse and E. Merritt.

Source: Blackheath Gazette, Friday April 10, 1896, Page 5


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Post by Karen on Mon 29 Aug 2011 - 4:29

RUGBY.

CATFORD BRIDGE 2ND V. MANOR WAY.

Played at Catford on Saturday, the visitors winning a fast game by one goal and one try to nil. Tries for Manor Way by Witherby and Valentine.

Source: Blackheath Gazette, Friday November 6, 1896, Page 7


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Post by Karen on Mon 29 Aug 2011 - 4:39

CHARITABLE SPORTS AND DINNER TO THE AGED POOR.

150 yards race by the boys of the Home. - 1st prize, kettle drum, presented by Mr. Valentine, Edward Savage; 2nd prize, set of gold studs, presented by Mr. W. Smith, H. Lawrance; 3rd prize, piccolo, presented by Forest Hill Music Box. J. Moore.

Source: Blackheath Gazette, Friday August 23, 1895, Page 5


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Post by Karen on Mon 29 Aug 2011 - 23:43

The following article reports on the quarterly meeting of the International Order of Oddfellows Manchester United, of the South London District. Interesting names mentioned are Pinhorn and Valentine. I would also like to mention that Dr. Alfred William Pearson was also a member of the Order of Oddfellows for his respective district.

SOUTH LONDON DISTRICT, I.O.O.F., M.U. -

The quarterly meeting of the delegates representing the 71 lodges comprised in the district was held at the Sun and York hotel, Chatham, on Saturday last, under the presidency of Bro. J.E. Bonome, Prov. G.M., assisted by Bro. W.E. Cheshire, Prov. D.G.M., and supported by P.P.G.M.'s Chinn and T.E. Allen (trustees), F. Tomlin, J. Fisher, F.G. Pearce, H.N. Allen, G.A. Abbott and W.C. Yonkin, and Auditors Pinhorn, Bathurst, and Valentine. The statement of accounts for the quarter ended June 30th showed that the total funds of the district amounted to 74,125 pounds, the major portion of which is invested on mortgage of house property or in freehold ground rents. The report of the Committee of Management dealt with various matters, the announcement that 12,080 pounds had been invested being not the least satisfactory. The report of the delegates to the recent A.M.C. followed, well prepared by P.G. Pinhorn.

Source: Blackheath Gazette, Friday July 30, 1897, Page 3

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3RD WEST KENT RIFLE CLUB.

The first shoot of the Regimental Rifle Club took place last Saturday, when 44 members fired, including Captains Swiss and Simpson, Lieutenants McCracken, G.H. Valentine and W.R. Valentine. The wind was boisterous and cold which rendered Corpl. Philpott's score the more remarkable as he made 33 at each range at 2.5 and 600 yards (a magpie at 500), totalling 99. This is believed to be the record score for Plumstead Ranges, Score: -

Corpl. Philpott...............99 Corpl. Hanks...............83
Sergt. Aldridge..............92 Sergt. J. Evans............82
Sergt. Smedley..............92 S. Sergt. Hersey..........82
Sergt. Instr. Brash..........89 Pvt. Selway.................81
Sergt. A. Smith...............89 Sergt. Gomm...............81
Pvt. Lowe......................84 L. Corpl. Pellett...........80
Cr. Sergt. Frost..............83 Sergt. McLeod...............80

The first three qualify for the Club Badges.

Source: Blackheath Gazette, Friday April 17, 1896, Page 6


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Post by Karen on Tue 30 Aug 2011 - 16:43

Rugby Football Notes.

I think we must be quite satisfied that there are no less than three Blackheathens pure and simple, excluding E.M. Baker and F. Mitchell, who are both occasional players at the Rectory Field in the international seam. No doubt the selections have been perfectly fairly made, and no one can deny that the North deserve to have their five forwards, but at the same time I must confess I am disappointed, after the brilliant way in the which the Heathens have been playing this season, that the match should have resulted as it did, and then necessitated the selection of so many Northerners. It was refreshing to know that E.M. Baker was the best three-quarter on the ground, and that Thomson was his chief supporter. Valentine, the old Swinton player, and Murfitt are the two Northern three-quarters who go in the first international team; the latter, it will be recollected by a great many, was the only man who showed a glimpse of correct form in the historic North v. South match at the Rectory Field last year. There has been some adverse criticism on account of the omission of Byne from its selected team. This player has, according to all account, been in splendid form throughout the present season, but on Saturday was inferior to Houghton, and in addition to being a bit off colour in his actual play, missed an easy kick in front of goal.

Source: Blackheath Gazette, Friday December 20, 1895, Page 2

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