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Winchester College 150th House Celebration Booklets

Freddie's 150th Celebration Dinner Booklet October

Publié sur dans “Éducation”, langue – English. 20 pages.
Introduction from the Housemaster of Freddie’s When George Ridding, using his own money, purchased the 6.5 acres of Culver Close, the first Housemasters had to provide £7,000 each for building Commoner block: Fearon’s, Morshead’s, Sergeant’s and Bramston’s; they also paid Ridding £400 rent. However, there was good money to be made and it was not a difficult decision for Frederick Morshead, former Collegeman (Aulae Prae no less) to come South, from Beaumaris in Scotland where he was headmaster, a Plus
When George Ridding, using his own money, purchased the 6.5 acres of Culver Close , the first Housemasters had to provide £7,000 each for building Commoner block: Fearon’s, Moreshead’s, Sergeant’s and Bramston’s; they also paid Ridding £400 rent. However, there was good money to be made for the business-minded Rev Fearon, or ‘the Bear’ as he was known, because the Housemaster took the school fees himself. In 1868 Fearon’s was completed and the boys moved in; we now find ourselves 150 years on Plus
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