|Page Top & Right: Moreton 'National' School (mixed) was built in 1840/1846, 'including a house for the mistress', & enlarged in 1870 & 1895, for 94- 120 children.
The stone was given by John COTES esq. of Woodcote, who also gave the stone & the land for St. Mary's church (erected 1837/38, at a cost of about £1,000 raised by subscription.)
In 1868/70 the school master & mistress were Charles & Mrs Mary Ann HOTCHKISS.
In 1881, Charles & Mrs Mary MASAI.
In 1900, George A. BEVAN.
In 1912, William J. FLAMENK.
| Parishioners Who Died in the Great War, 1914-1918
Adbaston Blymhill Bradley
Forton Gnosall Haughton Lilleshall
Moreton Newport Sheriffhales
|Villages (and townships) on the Borders of Shropshire & Staffordshire|
|Fanny (nee Venables) and Charles Hall - parents to over 20 children - Post Office Lane, Moreton|
(short for Samson)
|Moreton Primary, Church Lane Moreton, Staffs. is listed at Friends Reunited|
|Post Office Lane, summer 1957|
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