Notes on Bow Brickhill

A description from 1931 and other notes

 

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Notes on Bradwell Abbey

Bradwell Abbey is described as a priory in Sheahan in 1861.

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Memories of Bradwell

The village of Bradwell has not changed much in thel ast thirty years, but that will soon be altered when Milton Keynes gets busy.
Once we had a vicar for the Parish of Bradwell but now he has to look after Loughton and Shenley as well as Bradwell.

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Education Provision 1833

Bradwell Parish (Pop. 257)

Two Daily Schools, containing 20 males and 4 females, one of which is endowed with £5 per annum by the Rev. James Hume, a former Vicar, for which 6 poor boys receive instruction; all the rest are paid for by their parents.

One Sunday School, in which 15 males and 19 females are gratuitously instructed;

Also a small School, in which about 12 females are taught lace-making.

ABSTRACT OF EDUCATION RETURNS, 1833.

Notes on Bradwell

Notes on Bradwell.

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Education Provision 1833

Broughton Parish (Pop. 172)

One Daily School, containing six children, endowed with £50 per annum, by the late Francis Duncombe, Esquire.

One Sunday School, with 28 children, supported by the minister of the parish

A School held on Saturdays, in which poor girls are gratuitously instructed in needle-work,

and several Lace Schools.

ABSTRACT OF EDUCATION RETURNS, 1833.

Notes on Broughton

Description of Broughton.

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