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Heller, Thomas Edmund (1837–1901), teachers' union leader, was born on 15 May 1837 at Bishopsteignton, Devon. He was the son of Edmund Heller, a schoolmaster, who later moved to Cheam, Surrey. Heller attended the Cheam Schools as a pupil and then a pupil teacher, subsequently winning a queen's scholarship to the ...

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Mander, Sir Frederick (1883–1964), headmaster and trade unionist, was born at 172 Wellington Street, Luton, Bedfordshire, on 12 July 1883, the son of Arthur Mander, an iron plate worker, and his wife, Carrie Ellingham. His name was registered at birth as Fred, which was also recorded on his marriage certificate, but in later life he was known as ...

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Morris, Max (1913–2008), headteacher and trade unionist, was born at 10 Overdale Gardens, Glasgow, on 15 August 1913, the second of three sons of Nathan Morris, Hebrew scholar, and his wife, Annie, née Moselowsky. His elder brother was Jerry Morris (1910–2009), epidemiologist. From a poor Russian Jewish family, he attended ...