Stoke Mandeville Board School

Stoke Mandeville Board School

 

The first twenty-five years (1895-1919)

by Alan Dell

 

 

 

 

This essay was submitted as an entry to the Cicely Baker Prize for Historical Research in 1986.  The earliest record of a school at Stoke Mandeville is 1819, for in that year the vicar and curate of Bierton, together with six village folk, asked that it should be united in the National Society,[1] but its size and venue is unknown. Stoke Mandeville was a Chapelry of Bierton until 1858 with the curate there in charge at Stoke.

 

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Stoke Mandeville Board School - Part 2

 

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