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paSrfr^ B?3hopsetoLf0rmed int0 3 Civil Stoke Park is a civil parish formed April r, 1899, by Local Government Board Order No- 39,5i8 from Bishopstoke civil parish, rhe area is 1,251 acres of land and water; tne population in 1911 was 306.
Assistant Overseer for Bishopstoke, Edwin bims, 66 Newtown road, Easfcleigh
Post, M O. & T. O., S. B. & Insurance & Annuity & Inland Revenue Stamp Office — William George Maifey, sub-postmaster. -Letters delivered through Eastleigh
Wall Letter Boxes.—Stoke Common • Church road & North End
Elementary School (boys), built in 1880 at a >' cost of ,£1,973, for 160 ; average attendance, 225 ■ Charles Harold Croft f.r.h s master
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