Queen Street National Primary School
For Girls

1893 Register

10 Apr Susan Bush 3 E.C. Brown's Lane Weaver
10 Apr Edith Shanes 3 Meth Robert Street Unkown
17 Apr Annie McNally 3 E.C. Brown's Yard Weaver
24 Apr Sarah McCabrey 5 E.C. Knocknashane Weaver
25 Apr Margaret Lvingstone 4 E.C. Toberhuney
25 Apr Mary Copeland 3 E.C. Queen Street Cooper
01 May Mary McFarland 4 E.C. Robert Street Labourer
23 May Mary McCullough 3 Pres Queen Street Mechanic
29 Jun Annie Hunter 3 E.C. Toberhuney Weaver
30 June Bessie Lynas 3 E.C. Toberhuney Weaver
01 Aug Lily Hall 3 E.C. Finch's Lane Weaver
04 Aug Annie Crozier 3 E.C. Avenue Road Clerk
11 Aug Martha Smyth 4 E.C. Avenue Road Manufacturer
11 Aug Jane Wells 3 E.C. Queen Street Clerk
30 Aug Lily Martin 3 E.C. Avenue Road Clerk

Note: The date mentioned was the date in which the pupil was admitted to the school. EC stands for the "Established Church" namely the Church of Ireland. other churches were termed "non-conformist" as they didn't conform to the official religion.

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