Mary Frances O'Sullivan seems to have been a shorthand instructor. She was the wife of Thomas Francis O'Sullivan. In. 1940 she qualified as a telephonist in the ARP (assigned to the Upper Levels of the Peak) alongside her three daughters.
During the Japanese occupation she remained un-interned as Irish. She remarried soon after liberation in 1945, becoming Mrs. E. A. V. Remedios. She was alive in June 1953 at the time of the death of her son John.<Read more ...>
Marguerite Fleuty was a Swiss national who came to HK in 1935 and had a kindergarten in Peak Mansions.
During the war she worked as a nurse in the French Hospital and after HK was liberated, she moved to Aigburth Hall -- and that's where I went until I was old enough to go to Quarry Bay School. I believe she also used to give French lessons to adults as well.
Sadly she died in her sleep on New Year's Day in 1963 :(