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school, Barton
Barton School
Barton School House
locality:-   Barton
civil parish:-   Barton (formerly Westmorland)
county:-   Cumbria
locality type:-   buildings
locality type:-   school (once) 
coordinates:-   NY47752486
1Km square:-   NY4724
10Km square:-   NY42

BUC41.jpg (taken 28.2.2011)  
BUC42.jpg (taken 28.2.2011)  

evidence:-   old text:- Gents Mag
source data:-   Magazine, The Gentleman's Magazine or Monthly Intelligencer or Historical Chronicle, published by Edward Cave under the pseudonym Sylvanus Urban, and by other publishers, London, monthly from 1731 to 1922.
image G823B323, button  goto source
Gentleman's Magazine 1823 part 2 p.323  "Rosegill, Oct. 2."
"BARTON, founded in 1649, by Dr. Gerard Langbaine, and Dr. Lancelot Dawes, and who, with the assistance of Dr. Adam Airey, Dr. Wm. Lancaster, and a contribution among the parishioners, endowed it liberally. The money with which this School was endowed is now invested in a dwelling house and field at Barton, an estate at Slowgill in the county of York, and another at Firbank in Westmoreland."

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