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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Landwade Education

    1861 and 1881 c . 7-12 children aged 6-12 attended school, probably in Exning (Suff). 56 Since 1895 children from Landwade have attended local schools in Exning , 57 and West Suffolk Education Authority was responsible for their education in

    Landwade Economic history

    Landwade Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. Landwade 's economy has been closely involved with that of Exning (Suff.). The parish contained four common fields: Exning , Fordham , South and West fields are all recorded in the mid 13th century. 8

    Landwade Church

    to Exning . 41 In 1637 it was still officially attached to Burwell , but 'the hamlet (had) quite slipt out of all jurisdiction ecclesiastical'. 42 In 1763 it was annexed to the vicarage of St. Martin's , Exning (Suff.).

    Staploe Hundred

    c . 1087-1100 , perhaps then transferring Exning to his new bailiwick. 11 King William II gave Exning church to Battle abbey (Suss.) in 1094 . 12 From 1158 the vill of Exning , which formed an irregular rectangle within

    Reach Local government

    of frankpledge there. 50 By the 1380s , too, view of frankpledge at Reach supposedly belonged to a manor in Exning (Suff.), once held by the Valence earls of Pembroke , 51 which was attached by 1440 to the Cottons'

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