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Search Aspect (Morley Grange )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bundle's College, bill to parent (Churwell)
Black & White imageDecember 1894. This image shows a bill sent to a parent from Bundle's College, an educational establishment for young boys, founded in 1889 by Frederick Bundle B.A. The school was housed in Morley Grange, formerly a private dwelling. The bill was addressed to Mr. William Hudson Esq., who was a corn miller from Horsforth, and who resided in Rose Villa on Scotland Lane. He had two sons attending Bundle's College; George William who would have been 13 and John Rowland who was 11 years old. (Source, 1891 census). The bill is for the quarter session up to December 1894 and it includes the cost of board, the biggest expenditure, and the cost of tuition and materials such as 'drawing materials'. Mr. Hudson was also billed for laundry, shoe repairs and tailoring. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph rom the David Atkinson Archive.
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Bundle's College, group photograph of pupils and staff (Churwell)
Black & White imagec1905. Image shows the pupils and staff of Bundle's College, which had been opened in Morley Grange in Elland Road in 1889 by Frederick Bundle, centre. He was a Churwell Councillor on the Morley Borough Council from 1896 unil his death on 24th October 1908. His death was sudden and resulted in the closure of the school. The house was then sold to local manufacturer, William Law Ingle, who later became Mayor of Morley. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photographed from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Bundle's College, Group photograph of staff, parents and friends (Churwell)
Black & White imagec1905. Image shows a group of staff, parents and friends at Bundle's College, formerly Morley Grange in Elland Road. The private school was founded in 1889 by Frederick Bundle, seen here with his wife, front row, left. There is a cup on display in the centre which must have been awarded for a competition at the time of this meeting. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Bundle's College, marking out the tennis courts (Churwell) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1905. Image taken in the grounds of Bundle's College, formerly Morley Grange in Elland Road. It was a private school opened by Frederick Bundle in 1889. Mr. Bundle relaxes on a garden seat while the younger men mark out the tennis courts. Ronnie, his son, is the young man nearest to him. Ronnie Bundle became a music teacher in Churwell and was the organist at All Saints Church for many years. Frederick Bundle and his wife had three daughters and two sons. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Bundle's College, Prospectus (Churwell)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows the prospectus for Bundle's College which opened at Morley Grange in Elland Road in 1889. Frederick Bundle B.A., was the Principal of this private school, and was 'assisted by Resident and Visiting Masters'. Previously, Morley Grange had been a private dwelling owned by Mr. Joshua Asquith who was a Morley Magistrate operating in the Dewsbury Courts. Mr. Bundle had worked at Turton College in Gildersome before he came to Morley Grange. The prospectus advertised accommodation for forty boy boarders. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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