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1874Directory entryNational SchoolPost Office Directory
Here are two National schools, one an elegant and imposing structure, of red brick and stone, capable of accommodating 140 children, built on the old site, and opened in 1873, by the Lord Bishop of Chichester as a Mixed school; also one picturesquely situated on Ashdown forest, to accommodate 60 children, built and opened as an infant school in same year.

c 1875Fairwarp, Hendall, Lampool and Whitehouse, North of Maresfield - c 1875Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1875 by Ordnance SurveyNational School

1882Directory entryNational SchoolKelly's Directory
National School, Ashdown Forest (mixed), built in 1873 for 80 children ; Miss Louisa Coker, mistress

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