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School records are a primary source for genealogists. The admission registers of schools administered by local authorities, perhaps from the 1870s but more frequently from 1902, usually show under the date of entry, the child's name and address and his or her date of birth. Some registers, but not all, also show the name and occupation of the parent or guardian, the name of the previous school attended and the reason for leaving. For immigrant children the name of the previous school may uniquely provide the pupil's exact place of origin. These admission registers may enable the brothers and sisters of a pupil to be identified in a way that, with frequent names, would be difficult if not impossible in the records of civil registration.
In England fee-paying schools are often misleadingly called "public" schools. Their registers and other records are discussed separately in the article, Public Schools and their Records.
Wikipedia List ofSchool in Middlesex =[edit | edit source]
- Sunbury Manor School
- Orleans Primary School
- North Middlesex Regional High School
- St David's School, Middlesex
School Records in Family History Library[edit | edit source]
ENGLAND - SCHOOLS
ENGLAND, [COUNTY] - SCHOOLS
ENGLAND, [COUNTY], [PARISH] - SCHOOLS
See also Lance Jacob, Register of English school, college, and university registers housed in the collection of the Genealogical Society of Utah as of April 1981 [Family History LIbrary typescript 942 J24c].
Bibliography[edit | edit source]
Pamela Horn, The Victorian and Edwardian Schoolchild (Alan Sutton, 1989). 
Colin R. Chapman, The growth of British education and its records (Dursley: Lochin Publishing, 2nd edn. 1996)  [Family History LIbrary book 942 J2cr].
Colin R. Chapman, Using Education Records (Federation of Family History Societies, 1999)  
[Adapted from Anthony Camp's article 'Schools and their records: Part 2' in Practical Family History (UK), no. 68 (August 2003) pages 8-10.
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