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Long Bennington School - 1924 - 1927

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Hi,
Anyone out there that can help me, myself and my mother attened Long Bennington School, me in the 1950/60's and my mother for a year 1924/25?. I've looked on the website for Long Bennington and found a school photogragh with me on but the year that my mother attended seems to have been lost, would love to hear from anyone with any information or knows where I can find it, Lincolnshire Archives don't have it.

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on 2013-03-09 04:59:31

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by ngairedith on 2013-03-09 05:42:13

hi jaden,

Long Bennington is a linear village and civil parish in South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire (I know that you knwo, just sharing for others)

many photos of the scholl, people, etc of Long Bennington on the site:
Long Bennington Local History Society. There is a photo of the school staff of the Long Bennington School. believed to have been taken around 1951/52:
Noreen Lane
Miss Bloor
Bernard Pearson (Head master)
Mary Chandler
Kathleen Hunt
Mr. Tomlinson
Mr. Beckworth

A photo of Miss Bloor's infants class of 1958 at Long Bennington School

Stories on events like:
Church Choir trip to London in 1901
- courtesy of Mrs. A. Howell

Mothers Meeting goes to Skegness in 1898
- courtesy of Mrs A. Howell

Opening of Cottage Hospital in 1903
- courtesy of Mrs. A. Howell

Tea by the Men in 1903
- courtesy of Mrs. A. Howell

Mothers Meeting goes to Grimsby in 1904
- courtesy of Mrs. A. Howell

The Casulties of the Great War
- compiled by Philip and Janet Fryer

The Building of the War Memorial
- compiled by Philip and Janet Fryer

Fishing trips - 1920s and 1950s
- courtesy of Mrs. Bowes, via Mrs. Howell

Best Baby Competition 1939
- courtesy of Mr. G. Lane

The Casulties of the 2nd World War
- compiled by Philip and Janet Fryer [additonal information by Grace Hamilton]

Church choir trip to Hunstanton and Sandringham in 1950/51
- courtesy of Mrs. J. Bowes

Drilling for Water in the early 1950s
- courtesy of Mr. J. Abbott

Official Programme for village Coronation Celebrations in 1953
- courtesy of Mrs. A. Howell

WI fashion show in the old village hall in about 1955
- courtesy of Mrs. J. Bowes

Flooding at Priory Farm
- courtesy of Mrs. G. Baggaley, via Mr. J. Abbott

BBC Radio Gardening Club visits Long Bennington
- courtesy of Mrs. G. Baggaley, via Mr. J. Abbott

OR there is a link to the Secretary of the Long Bennington Local History Society. They should be able to help


on the Genealogy site Lord Bennington there are links to:
Census
Church History
Church Records
Civil Registration
Description and Travel

History
Land and Property
Manors
Maps
Names, Geographical
Names, Personal

Politics & Governance
Poorhouses, Poor Law, etc.
Population
Schools
Societies


Long Bennington School & Education Records is just one link of hundreds on the Long Bennington Genealogical Records site, including:
* Long Bennington Birth & Baptism Records
* Long Bennington Marriage & Divorce Records
* Long Bennington Death & Burial Records
* Long Bennington Church Records
* Long Bennington Census & Population Lists
* Long Bennington Wills & Probate Records
* Long Bennington Obituaries
* Long Bennington Cemeteries (from 1200 to present)
* Long Bennington Court & Legal Records
* Newspapers Covering Long Bennington
* Long Bennington Military Records


good luck

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