2 edition of Widnes School Board, 1874-1903. found in the catalog.
Widnes School Board, 1874-1903.
Reprinted from the Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, vol. 106, 1954.
Divisions – The London School Board was created by the Elementary Education Act The act provided that the "Metropolis" (that is the area of the Metropolitan Board of Works) should be divided into ten named divisions for the elections of members to the exact boundaries and numbers of members for each division were fixed by order of Education Department and approved by. Scope and content: Includes lists of district officers, teachers employed by the district, and orders drawn for salaries and other purposes. Also includes annual financial and statistical reports for the school district (including a population census and statistical information concerning the pupils and certification for teachers), School Board meeting minutes, copies of memoranda, and notes.
This collection comprises council minute books (), rate books (), collection and deposit books (), collectors' statements and books (), receipt and payment books () and allotment ledgers () of the Parish of Dagenham. Also includes the records of the Dagenham School Board (). I went to Burgess Manor school between I remember most of the Teachers but i wondered if anyone remembered Miss Pett. She was the English/Drama Teacher. I think of her as a bit of an enigma. She looked as though she had stepped out of the 's always wearing twin sets and pearls. Sometimes a (Read full memory).
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THE WIDNES SCHOOL BOARD, BY J. HUNT, B.A. Read to the Widnes Historical Society 9 October IN Forster's Education Act empowered the establishment of 1874-1903. book committees or boards to build and regulate board schools in areas in which the National and British Societies and the Roman.
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LIBRARY. Being Widnes born I am interested in the towns history but this was a book I could not put down when I started reading. Showing the towns development through fixed point photography really works.
Each page starts with an old picture and a view of the present day below, although I thought I knew the town I was very surprised with a number of views/5(6).
SOCIETY OF LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE VOL. cvi. TRANSACTIONS OF THE HISTORIC SOCIETY Widnes School Board LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE FOR THE YEAR VOLUME LIVERPOOL PRINTED FOR THE SOCIETY Made and Printed in Great Britain by C.
Tinling & Co., Ltd., Liverpool, London, and Prescot. THE WIDNES SCHOOL BOARD, By J. Hunt. This collection comprises the minute books of Dagenham School Board ().
History. Becontree Heath was the meeting place of the Becontree Hundred, which was a court that governed on local matters until The Lord of the Manor had some jurisdiction also and Manorial Courts for the Dagenham Manors were held regularly here or in the. – Extent. 6 bound volumes. Level. SUB-FONDS.
Description. This collection comprises the records of Dagenham School Board ( History. Becontree Heath was the meeting place of the Becontree Hundred, which was a court that governed on local matters until Buy Widnes (Archive Photographs) by Widnes Historical Society (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(9). GENERAL INDEX VOLS. () A continuation of the Indexes printed in Vols. 54, 61, 74, 86 and AUTHORS Angus-Butterworth, L. Widnes Historical Society has members. We invite visitors and new members to join us for our programme of evening lectures and occasional visits to.
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Accessibility Information This website aims to conform to web accessibility guidelines in order to ensure that the website is accessible to users with a range of. I started school in September at Farnworth C of E School in Pit Lane. When I started school my dad worked at the Co Op as "first hand" in various shops in Widnes.
Our headmaster was Mr. Turton and he was an excellent man. We had a very good primary education and I sat the 11 plus in the early months of (Read full memory). Widnes and St. Helens Railways (Archive Photographs) Paperback – 1 Dec.
by Bob Pixton (Author)5/5(2). Widnes author Jean M. Morris has written her eighth book called Across The Gap deals with the effects of the Industrial Revolution and how it impacted on Widnes and Runcorn in. Buy Widnes by Widnes Historical Society, Anne Hall from Waterstones today.
Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Widnes (/ ˈ w ɪ d n ə s / WID-nəss) is an industrial town in Cheshire, England, which in had a population of 61, Historically in Lancashire, it is on the northern bank of the River Mersey where the estuary narrows to form the Runcorn ly to the south across the Mersey is the town of am 8 miles (13 km) to the east is Warrington, and 4 miles downstream to the Country: England.
UK School Records History. School Records are as old as schools themselves but the majority of records, log books and admission registers date from Victorian times, the latter half of the nineteenth century, in particular as a result of the changes to local education brought about by The Education Act of Most local county archives hold.
Thomas Sutton Timmis (/–), JP, Honorary Freeman of the Borough of Widnes and Chairman of Widnes School Board (–) J. Beauford On the Hill (Holmbury St Mary, near Dorking, Surrey) Frank Walton (–). Ann Street looking from Lugsdale street on the left is Victoria Street, leading to St Maries Girls and Infants School in George Street, which ran parallel with Ann Street.
IMAGE: Exterior of Widnes library showing characters fron Snow White and the seven dwarves on World Book Day IMAGE: Backyards and outhouses in Appleton Village. Widnes Self-Published Genealogy Books Widnes Family Tree Connection Find unique genealogy resources such as school records, business associations, vehicle registrations, church memberships, graduation lists, clubs & societies, employment records, orphanage residents, insurance claims, and mining accidents.St Marie’s Heritage Group – Dukes of Halton Ukelele Band On Saturday 9th November between 2pm and 4pm the St Marie’s Heritage Group will be hosting the Dukes of Halton for an afternoon of music and song.
Why not join us for a fun afternoon and sing along in St Marie’s church. There will be tea and biscuits and the opportunity to catch up with friends old and new.
Widnes Vikings On This Day looks back at the most celebrated and memorable moments from the club's illustrious history, providing a mixture of quirky anecdotes and legendary characters to produce an irresistibly dippable Vikings diary - with an entry for every day of the the club's formation as the football section of Appleton and Farnworth Cricket Club through to the Super 4/5(1).