EXTRACTS OF INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL CASES
Taken from the register retained at NORFOLK RECORDS OFFICE, Gildengate House, Anglia Square, Upper Green Lane, Norwich NR3 1AX
NORWICH CHILDREN SENT TO TRAINING SHIP FORMIDABLE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, PORTISHEAD, BRISTOL.
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|PAGE NO.||SURNAME||GIVEN NAME||DATE OF BIRTH||PARENT OR GUARDIAN & OCCUPATION||RESIDENCE||MAGISTRATES DATE||OBSERVATIONS|
|16||WALLER||Charles||10/06/1866||Robert Waller - Sawyer||Miller St. St Heigham||09/10/1877||Discharged to sea as O.S wages 30?- per month in the Ship 'ANGELICA' bound for Med.|
|17||GROOM||Charles||21/07/1865||Margaret Groom - Widow||Kings Road, Lakenham||09/02/1878||Discharged to sea 22/03/1881 Apprentice for 4 years - Ship "Sydney Jenkins"|
|17||SLOANE||Richard||01/08/1867||Richard Sloane Private 5th Lancers||Barrack St., Pockethorpe||15/04/1878||Discharged 08/02/1883 joined R.N. entered the band on board ship the " St Vincent"|
|18||BLOOMFIELD||Ernest||05/05/1868||Amelia Bloomfield - Brush Maker||Red Lion Yard||28/11/1878||Discharged 30/04/1884 went to sea O.S. on board the Swedish Bark "Cavin" bound for Buenos Aires. Wages 20/- per month.|
|18||ROSIER||William||07/01/1868||William Rosier - Shoemaker||Mayes Yard, St. Margarets||08/10/1879||Discharged to sea as apprentice on board "Barque Rhoda" bound for Rio - £30 for 3 years.|
O.S. Ordinary Seaman
Other information given is order expiry of term date and which section of the industrial schools act proceedings were taken under.