XMS26 - Papers of J. Ludlow Delarue - 1844-1853
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Papers of J. Ludlow Delarue
Journal and commonplace book of J. Ludlow Delarue (b 1828), schoolmaster at Lancing Grammar School, Sussex
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J. Ludlow Delarue (b 1828) was living, at the age of 15, with his parents in London. He subsequently became a teacher by profession and was employed as a schoolmaster at Lancing Grammar School, Sussex in the early 1840s.
Purchased July 1997
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