I suspect the others were Margaret Harrison and Rose Alice Matthews who was a widow.
I am looking for any further information regarding the Harrison sisters who lived in Salthouse for many years, in a bungalow by the church now called Mill Ridge.
They were later joined by their mother and their widowed non-teaching sister, plus her two teaching daughters and one son, a clerk and the only man in a house full of teachers!
My great, great grandfather, Samuel Wright, ran what was called the Kelling Arms public house in The Street, Kelling. He took over as the Innkeeper in 1897, and my family ran it until 1957.If you look at the photo from Jim Radley, which you say is almost certainly Kelling School, I see my great grandmother, Dorothy Wright sat front row, second from the left.He was repatriated to the Kelling Sanatorium with T. It would be the last one on the left coming from Kelling.I remember staying there as a kid in the 1970's, having sherry, her wonderful gingerbread cake, a potty under the bed and where the toilet was a outhouse in the garden.He died in 1938, and Dorothy continued running the pub until 1957.
She only had one child, my grandfather, also called Samuel, who was captured in north Africa in the second world war and made a prisoner of war in Italy and then Germany. She then lived in that row of cottages by the bridge on Bridge Road.
She moved to a warden controlled home in Sheringham in the late 70's, but I don't think she liked it too much. She was a tiny little lady, under 5ft, and it breaks my heart now to think of her, and her pain of losing both her husband and son.
Anyway, I don't know if this is of any help to you, or me just sounding off. A few years ago I was embarking on my family tree research and contacted your excellent website regarding three teacher sisters called Harrison who retired to Salthouse in the 1940s.
If so, could you let her have my details so that she could reply to me if she wanted to.
I just wanted to find out a bit more about the sisters. Certainly one was called Ellen as the bungalow by the church is recorded in her probate.
I have since found out a lot more about them and they also appear in two stories on your website - one about the windmill and one by Pamela Hayward who remembered the sisters.