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As well as the School Board for London (which covered Inner London) there were School Boards formed in various other areas in surrounding counties now included within Greater London.

The following are the areas of what is now Greater London which fell within the various counties during the period in which the Education Act of 1870 applied:

EssexEdit

  • East Ham [1], [2]
  • Epping
  • Low Leyton
  • Walthamstow [3]
  • Wanstead [4]
  • West Ham [5]

Some information on board schools in East Ham and West Ham here [6]

KentEdit

MiddlesexEdit

  • Acton [13]
  • Chiswick [14]
  • Ealing [15]
  • Edgware
  • Feltham
  • Finchley [16]
  • Hanwell
  • Hampton Wick
  • Harmondsworth
  • Harrow on the Hill [17]
  • Hendon [18]
  • Heston [19] and [20]
  • Holborn
  • Hornsey [21]
  • Isleworth [22]
  • Kingsbury
  • Norwood
  • Old Brentford
  • St George's Middlesex
  • Tottenham [23] and [24]
  • Willesden [25]

Details of archives, held at the London Metropolitan Archives [26]

SurreyEdit

  • Anerley [27]
  • Barnes
  • Croydon
  • Mitcham
  • Sutton


Based upon the Discovery search facility of The National Archives website.

  1. "A School Board of 9 members was formed July 17, 1875", Kelly's Directory of Kent, 1903. Part 1: County & Localities, page 50