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Glimpse into the Past
Opening its doors on the 4th of February 1929, St Henry’s has grown through the decades building its own history, whilst experiencing and living through the history of the world outside. Here, you have the chance to glimpse into the past, remembering and learning more about those who have contributed to the school’s successful learning environment, as well as remembering various events and occasions that have shaped the Marist family.
All the articles are kindly written by Brother Martin. Articles available for viewing:
Vincent” the son of Patrick Cudmore and Alice Quirk, was born in Grahamstown on 1 December 1915.
Grahamstown-The capital of the Eastem Cape Province, Grahamstown was founded in 1812 by Colonel John Graham. The intention was to establish a military outpost on the troubled frontier in order to effect pacification after the FourthFrontierWar.Read More »
21 October: Alban Kelly, 1914-1981 Esmond Robert, the son of a railwayman Joseph Kelly and Ellen Forder, was born in Athlone, County Westmeath, Ireland, on 26 February of the fateful year 1914. His parents emigrated to Natal and Br Alban’s boast was that one of his teachers was the world-famous author of ‘Cry the Beloved Country’, Alan Paton.Read More »
20 February: Br Adalbaud Freytag, 1886-1958. Ignace Freytag was born in Saxony, then part of West Prussia, in 1886, the son of the local mayor Jules Freytag and Agnes Sedelmayer. His parents moved to Wartenburg, where some of his brothers were born. In 1898, at the age of 12, he entered the Marist Juniorate and four years later took the habit in Arlon, one of five brothers to do so Adalbertus, Pius, Leo and Louis Venerand being the others.Read More »
Aidan Neville Daly was born in Port Elizabeth on 25th April 1914, the son of a Barman, Aidan Daly and Ethel Walker. He attended the local Marist Brothers school. He entered our South African Juniorate in Pietermaritzburg in 1930, and the Santa Maria Novitiate in Italy the following year, making his first vows on August 15th 1932. He arrived in Port Elizabeth two months later in a group of 7 young Brothers, two of whom, himself and Br Ferdinand Borland being P.E. Old Boys. They all went immediately into the Uitenhage Scholasticate.Read More »
Arthur Basil, the son of a coach builder James King and Sheila Heathcote, was born in East London on 12 February 1921.
He went to Australia and entered the Mittagong Juniorate on 16 February 1939 and thereafter went through all the stages of the Mittagong training, receiving the religious name of Brother Victor and subsequently making his First Profession on 2 July 1942. Thereafter he did teacher training receiving a Victorian Teacher’s Diploma in 1943.Read More »
Albert William, the son of Heindrick Honing and Carolina Altenbockun,was born on 18 October 1916 in Ludinghausen, Westphalia. He thus spent his youth in a economically crippled Germany. He entered the Recklinghausen Juniorate on 30 April 1930 and three years later the Novitiate in San Maurizio, Turin.Read More »
Paul Auguste, born in Nisgles, Largentiere, in the Ardeche on 17 November 1875 to Auguste Niez, a farmer and his wife Marie Soleilhac. (His birthplace is too small to be found on the Atlas). He entered the Aubenas Novitiate in November 1890, taking the Habit on 21 April 1892 and making the Vow of Obedience in September 1893.Read More »