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St Mary's, Ince   Views: 1449
The Hall of Ince Schools, 1927   Comments: 1
Photo: Rev David Long   Item #: 7629  
 
The Hall of Ince Schools, 1927

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  The image was the front cover of a pocket calendar, about 2" across.
St Mary's Schools were officially known as the Hall of Ince Schools, but unofficially called St Mary's Schools, or the Day Schools. They appear to have become officially known as St Mary's Schools in about 1934.
 

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Comments by Albert Edward Short, 30th March 2011  albert short@virginmedia.com 
I have refered to an engraved stone in my comments on the other photographs of St Mary's School. I believe in the middle of the base of the tower, it shows a vague picture of the engraved stone

 
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