[From Choice Presentments ]
The subscribed are the names of several of the Parishnrs of Kk Andrews who have children, yet do not send them to school, so that of late, there is none be kept, neither is there a school-house:
Willm Kneale Sr?
Wm Kneal B.beg
Jo Sayle Bowes?
Char Moore, Dan Xtian, Tho Sayle, Wm Xtian Wardens
At Lezayre May 30 1749 - It being presented to the court that there is no diligent school kept in the parish and the master
in his defence that he frequently gives the parishnrs publick notice to send their children and that they neglect to do
so. The Court finds that there is no fixed school house to teache in - and whereas the Revd Mr Cur has offer'd the parishnrs
a piece of ground to build a school house upon wth wt will be a garden or haggard for the use of the master. The Right Revd
the Lord Bishop recomends it to the parishnrs to build a school-house on the sd ground - or whereever else, they shall judge
[There was no school house in 1757. The only sale of a ground for a school house was in 1790 when Philip Radcliffe,being apprehensive of the great want of a Parochial school-house in or near the centre of the parish, sold[NSS May 1790 23]a plot part of ballaradcliffe