Standard Name: Creak, Edith
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|Education||Emma Frances Brooke||
Newnham College opened in September 1871 with Anne Jemima Clough as its principal, and with five pioneering students: Mary Paley (later Marshall , who encouraged Jane Ellen Harrison to follow her to Newnham), Edith Creak
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Following her mother's death, Constance was sent to Brighton High School , a boarding school where she was forced to sleep by herself since she refused to say prayers at night. There she continued studying...
The school was one of these only recently set up by the Girls' Public Day School Company . It also took younger boys, and two of Amy's brothers attended with her. The headmistress, Edith Creak
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