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The final page of pictures lent to us by Kevin Wiseman's sister, Celia.

(Source : Celia (Fr Kevin Wiseman's sister, via Eugene MacBride)

An official Priory postcard — sent by (Vincent) Paul Wiseman in 1947.

The message read:
"Dear Mum, I came out today and I am feeling quite O.K.
but I am a bit shaky on my feet. Fr Robinson said you rang up to see
how I was. I've to convalesce for a week now. So long and God Bless you, Paul "


(At the back of my mind I seem to remember that there was an epidemic at The Priory round about this time. Am I right ?)
(Source : Celia (Fr Kevin Wiseman's sister, via Eugene MacBride)

Father Joe Haigh WF, at The Priory in the 30s. Fr Haigh
had the unenviable task of closing up The Priory in 1967.
(Source : Celia (Fr Kevin Wiseman's sister, via Eugene MacBride)

Priory Prefects 1947 - 48

(L-R)

Back : Paul Wiseman, Maurice Potton, Edward Hughes, John Baker
Front : James McEvoy ,Francis Davis (vice-Captain), Francis Mackle (Captain), Anthony Mytton
(Source : Celia (Fr Kevin Wiseman's sister, via Eugene MacBride)

Priory boys out cycling in the 1930s.

Do you recognise anyone here ? (And if so, would you please email me).
(Source : Celia (Fr Kevin Wiseman's sister, via Eugene MacBride)

Roller skating at The Priory in the 1930s - but not on the best of surfaces, if you remember.

Do you recognise anyone here ? (And if so, would you please email me).

(Source : Celia (Fr Kevin Wiseman's sister) via Eugene MacBride. On the reverse it is signed by PAUL Wiseman)

Rhetoric at The Priory 1947 - 48

(L-R)
Back : Alex Easton, Paul Wiseman, Desmond Grimley,
James McEvoy, John Baker, Peter Collyer, David Tuckey

Front : Maurice Potton, Francis Davis, Francis Mackle, Edward Hughes, Robinson

(Source : Celia (Fr Kevin Wiseman's sister) via Eugene MacBride. On the reverse it is signed by PAUL Wiseman)

The Philosophers at Broome Hall 1948 - 49 (Paul Wiseman, on the left).

Fr Frank Nolan writes (9th December 2005) :
"The tall person second from the right is Fr Adrian Smith ; in front of him, bending over, is Fr Bill Lynch."