The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
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1851Clapson, Henry; occupation: academy teacherHenry Clapson, schoolmasterAcademyPost Office Directory

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: school masterHenry Clapson, schoolmasterPost Office House1851 Census
East Hoathly, Sussex
Wife; occupation: school mistressSarah Elizabeth Clapson, school mistress
NieceAnn Louisa Gutsell

1874Directory entryEast Hoathly National SchoolPost Office Directory
National School, Fredk. Jones, master; Mrs. Caroline Jones, mistress; infants' mistress, Miss Emma Benham

1882Directory entryJones Fredk., master, National schoolNational schoolKelly's Directory
National School, built in 1871 for 190 children ; average attendance, 200; & supported by voluntary contributions & a government grant; a new infant school was built in 1878 for 80 infants; Frederick Jones, master; Mrs. Caroline Jones, mistress ; Mrs. Durrant, infants' mistress

c 1899East Hoathly, Sussex - c 1899Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1899 by Ordnance SurveySchool

1928Church and SchoolsChurch and Schools, East HoathlyPrivate collection

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