John Wardlaw son of Wardlaw left School
on the 18 September on its being discovered that his
father is alive, and he has since been put to Mr
Hendersonís school by his father.
The two boys John and Hugh Hutchison sons
of John Hutchison, drainer, having been called in, the
Meeting agree to admit them on their paying regularly
1/- per week for both.
(The following entry for a later year has
been inserted into the book at this point).
Maybole 22 July 1855
Present Mr Goudie Mr McCracken and Mr
Reillyís case - 7 children - eldest 14,
12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2. See Book - agree to admit one to
School gratis, provided he pay for the other 2 - and
that Margt be sent to a Sabbath School. Some of them can
read. Widow Grahamís grandson, Jas. Graham, aged 7 -
admitted to education gratis.
Widow Craig desires to have two
grandchildren, Jean Greaves, aged 5 and Joseph Craig
aged 8 - she paying one penny per week for each of them.
Widow Holganís request to have two
children, Jas 9 and Thos 6, admitted for education and
food and will pay 1/- per week. Agreed to admit them for
1/2 and Mr McCracken to pay for the Board 2d each per
week for education and to pay the 1/2 weekly out of her
The teacher is to apply for a supply of
Testaments for the Ragged School -12 copies in whole.