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Education Provision 1833

Winslow Parish (Pop. 1,290)

One Daily School, endowed with property amounting to 30/. per annum.   In this School, 12 males receive gratuitous instruction, and 8 others pay a small sum weekly.

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Education Provision 1833

Woodham Hamlet (Pop. 38.)

No School in the hamlet.

ABSTRACT OF EDUCATION RETURNS, 1833.

Worminghall

Worminghall is situated on the border of Buckinghamshire, its near neighbours being Oakley, Ickford and Waterperry.
The oldest building is the church, dedicated to St Peter and Paul. It stands in a field and is approached across a cattle grid which makes it both unusual and in wintertime, somewhat inconvenient. Architecturally, the church is a mixture of 12th, 13 th and 14th century styles. It was repaired and restored substantially in the 19th century, mainly financed by the family of Lord Clifden, who held the Manor at that time.

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Education Provision 1833

Worminghall Parish (Pop. 297)

Two Daily Schools, in which 8 males and 8 females receive instruction at the expense of their parents.

ABSTRACT OF EDUCATION RETURNS, 1833.

Education Provision 1833

Wotton-under-Wood Parish (Pop. 312)

Two Day and Sunday National Schools, containing 50 males and the same number of females; the master's salary of 20 guineas per annum, and the mistress's of £19., with books and all requisites for the Schools, together with clothing for 40 of the children annually, is paid by Her Grace the Duchess of Buckingham and Chandos.

ABSTRACT OF EDUCATION RETURNS, 1833.

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