Education Provision 1833

Great Missenden Parish (Pop. 1,827)

One Infant School (commenced 1830), supported by subscription, containing from 70 to 80 children of both sexes.

Six Daily Schools, one a Lancasterian School, containing about 45 males, each of whom pays twopence per week, otherwise supported by subscription; two others contain 40 males, the other three 33 females, these are instructed at the expense of their parents.

Four Sunday Schools, supported by voluntary contributions, in two of which are 75 males and 200 females; these attend the Established Church; the others appertain to Baptists, and consist of 64 males and 65 females.

A lending Library is attached to the Lancasterian School.