Summary Education Provision in of the County of Buckingham 1833

In 1833 there were 146,529 people living in Buckinghamshire

Provision of Schools

In 1833, before attending school was made compulsory , a survey was carried out to find out about what schools existed in the County. Below is a summary of what was found.

If you want to know what schools were provided in your parish please look for your parish in 'Bucks Parishes' and then 'Education Provision 1833'

Sir, May I venture to bring to notice of those of your readers who have children attending the Elementary Schools of the parish, the great importance of regular attendance, not only in the interests of the scholars whose progres is retarded by irregularity, but also as affecting the finances of the schools.

The chapel was first built in 1847 with the present church building being built in 1886.
The Sunday School room was rebuilt in 1907.

There are many ways to date an old photograph including identifying the photographer who took the picture and finding out when they were trading. This section lists Victorian and Edwardian photographers in Buckinghamshire including portrait and landscape photographers. The approximate dates for each photographer are given based on entries in directories, newspapers and other sources. The photographers may have been in business before or after the dates given.

This article has been updated to include information from Kelly's Directories 1924 to 1939

This page documents postcard publishers in Buckinghamshire. There are many cards with no indication of who produced them. It appears anybody could produce postcards in their name.

If you have details that can be added to the list, please email the web site administrator.

This page documents postcard publishers in Buckinghamshire. The list is split into two parts, firstly publishers in Bucks and secondly those outside Bucks (mainly national publishers which have produced local postcards).

Thank you to Tony Alcock for sending us this picture of Slapton School pupils of 1907. Is one of your ancestors here? Can you recognise them from other photos you have? If so let us know. Click on photo to see enlargement

From the Buckinghamshire Dissent and Parish Life and Radclive Parish Registers.


Here are some statistics that apply to the whole county.

PoppyInterested in the First World War, but need some social history for your research. Take a look at www.ww1soldierstale.co.uk Need to know about Buckinghamshire Regiment? There is information at Wikipedia Oxford and Bucks en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxfordshire_and_Buckinghamshire_Light_Infantry a good starting point.   

 http://oxfordandbucks.co.uk/diary/index.htm and http://oxfordandbucks.co.uk/Roll_of_Honour.htm

To find out more about Buckinghamshire Men in the First World War www.buckinghamshireremembers.org.uk is a great starting place.

Every November a poppy is placed on the ground at the foot of a grave stone in Gawcott church yard. The stone is plain white and has the following on it:

M2/052753
Private E J Healey
Army Service Corps
Killed in Action
11/05/1917.


 

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