Elsfield in 1825
There are 12 children put to school by Mrs Oglander and there are 8 more which want education.
2p a week is paid for children who read only and 4p by those who are taught to work.
Mrs Oglander contributes £2 and the Clergyman has usually given £1. All the children of the parish may attend. There is a great want of books at the Parish School.
The Clerk's son proposed to be apprenticed by subscription.
The footpath from Oxford stopped without permission from anybody.
Application from J. Clay for a ?
(acres, roods and poles)
|John Butler||242 acres||280.0.7||219.18.0||300|
|William Butler||385 acres||357.1.27||350.0.0||440|
|Samuel Tagg||330 acres||335.3.27||300.0.0||400|
|Richard Holley||220 acres||151.3.23||200.0.0||290|
|John Gurdon||63.16 acres||18.104.22.168||38.0.0|
|Mrs Jane Oglander||7.2.29||21.0.0|
|John Weyland Esq.||28.0.8||15.0.0|
|John Beckley (Fishery)||5.0.0|
|The several cottages||22.17.6|
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