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Uckfield National School      Uckfield  

Books and other documents
PublishedTitle, author and references
1888Brooker's Guide and Directory for Uckfield and District ⇒ p. 22

Historical records

1833Batchelor, J., occupation: schoolmasterJames Batchelor, schoolmasterNational SchoolPigot's Directory

1833Peerless, M.; occupation: school mistressM. Peerless, school mistressNational SchoolPigot's Directory

1839Batchelor, William, occupation: school masterWilliam Batchelor, school masterNational SchoolPigot's Directory

1839Hudson, Emma; occupation School mistressEmma Hudson [Slarks]National SchoolPigot's Directory

1850HistoryUckfield National SchoolBrooker's Guide
The National Schools and school-house, standing near the Church, were erected in 1850. The schools, enlarged in 1885, are now large and commodious, and, fully adequate for the requirements of the parish. There is a very superior parochial library, which is kept here, containing about 1,800 volumes, which has been recently re-catalogued and re-arranged, and is open in the class room on Wednesday mornings, and books are changed from 12.15 to 12.45, noon.

1851Richards, Mrs. Frances; occupation MistressFrances RichardsNational SchoolPost Office Directory

1851Richards, Thomas Zealley; occupation MasterThomas Zealley RichardsNational SchoolPost Office Directory

1851Gurr, Miss Harriet; occupation: mistressHarriet Gurr, mistressInfant SchoolPost Office Directory

1867Directory entryUckfield National SchoolPost Office Directory
National School, William Rollinson, master; Miss Susan Scott, mistress; Miss Mary Blackmore, infants' mistress

1874Directory entryUckfield National SchoolPost Office Directory
National School, William Rollison, master; Mrs. Jane Rollison, mistress: Miss Agnes Wickens infants' mistress

c 1875Uckfield, Sussex - c 1875Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1875 by Ordnance SurveyNational School

3rd Apr 1881CensusWilliam Rollison, M, Head, married, age 43, born Eastbourne; occupation School teacherWilliam RollisonNational School1881 Census
Uckfield, Sussex
Jane Rollison, F, Wife, married, age 41, born Hertfordshire; occupation School mistressJane Rollison

3rd Apr 1881CensusAlice Venus, F, Head, single, age 23, born Berkshire; occupation School mistressAlice VenusNational School1881 Census
Uckfield, Sussex

1882Directory entryRollinson William, master of, national school, School housenational school, School houseKelly's Directory
National School, built in 1850, for 250 children ; with an average attendance of 225; it has a small endowment, derived from a sum of £100 in 3 Per Cent. Consols, bequeathed by Lady Catherine J. V. Harcourt in 1879; 8 children are also educated free on the Copwood charity of £5 yearly, left by Dorothy Ellis, in June, 1736; William Rollison, master; Mrs. Jane Rollison, work-mistress ; Miss Alice Venus, infants' mistress

1882Directory entryVillage Library (Miss Cardale, librarian), National schoolNational schoolKelly's Directory

1888Directory entryRollison, William, School houseSchool houseBrooker's Guide

1888Directory entryWinter, The Misses, School houseSchool houseBrooker's Guide

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

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