Seager [190501]

April 1925: Advanced Primary Department A: scholars moving up to the older classes: Eunice Massey, Florence Howard, Doris Hopwood, Lily Goulden, Frank Robinson, Herbert Bennett, George Seager

July 1930: Report of the Joint Meeting of the O.Y.S.A. and M.O.S.A. held in the Dining Block, Cocoa Works, York, on Whit Monday evening, June 9th 1930. Arthur Rowntree presided, and the proceedings opened with the singing of Alma Mater, after which many telegrams and cablegrams from Old Scholars in different parts of the world were read by Miss E. L. Ramsay, of the M.O.S.A., and E. C. Bewley, of the O.Y.S.A. These included the following: – From Constantinople: “Greeting convey from Seagers three To Bootham, Mount and Donald G.”

c1990: Peter & Margaret Seager, 1 Tanglewood Close, Upper Shirley Road,  Croydon CR0 5HX                                                                           [Birthday list:] Margaret Seager 31 May