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Elsfield in 1825

Parish School

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.

Sunday School

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.

Item:
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 ?


Rents according to new leases commencing 5th April 1825
Tenant names A.R.P.
(acres, roods and poles)
Annual rents
1799
£.s.d
1820
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
£1065.18s.0d £1438
John Gurdon 63.16 acres 73.1.1.5 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
1234.0.39 £1191.15s.6d

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