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Adeline Emma Vavasor

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Adeline Emma Vavasor ( -1936)

See Walrond and Vavasor School, Exeter

1936 Died. ' Death of Exonian Well-known in Musical Circles. The death took place Monday, at her residence, 16, Dix's Field, Exeter, of Miss Adeline Emma Vavasor. Deceased began her scholastic life at St. Wilfrid's School over 40 years ago, and in company with Miss Walrond opened her first, school at 62, St. David's Hill. From there the school was moved practically opposite whore the St. David's Institute now stands, and lastly to "Tudor House," also St. David's Hill, where she taught until she retired some ten years ago....'[1]

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  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 22 May 1936