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Amesbury - Rev. Arthur Meyrick's School, Amesbury

A preparatory school for young gentlemen that was founded in the early 1860s and survived until the early 1880s. It had a good reputation and the scholars wore Eton jackets and top hats while the ushers wore gowns and mortar boards. The school began at Wydersham House, then moved to the vicarage and was finally housed in the Antrobus Arms, then known as the Avon Temperance Hotel.
 

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Rev. Arthur Meyrick's School, Amesbury
 
Rev. Arthur Meyrick's School, AmesburyImage Date: 2003
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Rev. Arthur Meyrick's School, Amesbury
 
Rev. Arthur Meyrick's School, AmesburyImage Date: c.1905
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