Diary of Rev Edward Stevens

1885, June 2, Tuesday 

With my permission, very gladly given, the Club members had a supper in the Schoolroom this evening at 7 – 9 instead of a luncheon in the middle of the day which they have usually had.

1885, June 4, Thursday

Fine and warm.

Attended School Attendance Committee at Banbury. Drove Mrs Elley in.

Mr Short spoke to me about the Willys of Epwell of whom he had heard.

Called at Canon Payne’s on my way back to enquire after him. He is ill in bed with bronchitis instead of being on the open sea in his yacht as he had hoped.

1885, June 5, Friday

Visited John Lively, Widow Robinson, Austin Hillman, Thomas Wilks, Joshua Lines, Job Harris, Charles Barnes, Widow Barnes, Thomas Rymell, Oliver Harris, Widow Hathaway, Mr Oddie, Widow Sabin, Jane Haynes, James Lines, T. Coleman (out), Mrs Priestman, John Coleman (out), Emma Lines, Thomas Dyer, Samuel Lines, Henry Tarver, Thomas Kaye, William Golder, Perry (out), Richard Staines.

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