Eton

Eton commonly refers to Eton College, a public (independent) school in Eton, Berkshire, England.

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Eton, Berkshire - Transport - Rail
... Eton is served by two railway stations, which are both situated on the other side of the River Thames in Windsor ... First Great Western trains from Windsor and Eton Central station go to Slough and London Paddington (up to 3 trains per hour) ...
Simon Sainsbury - Early and Private Life
... Sainsbury was educated at Eton College, where he became head of his house and President of the Eton Society ("Pop") ... A keen sportsman, he was selected for the Eton-Harrow match at Lord's in 1947 as a bowler sent in as a nightwatchman, he scored a century ...
Stiff Leadbetter - Career
... By 1731 he had settled in Eton, marrying Elizabeth Hill (born c.1709), daughter of a London timber merchant and he worked as carpenter to Eton College from 1740 ... Leadbetter leased Eton College Wharf as his principal home and workshop from 1744 ... of his buildings were built within a close distance of Eton ...
Stephen Weston - Life
... He was educated at Eton College and King's College, Cambridge, where he was admitted in 1683, graduated B.A ... He was an assistant-master at Eton from about 1690, and second master, 1693 to 1707 ... He was Fellow of Eton in 1707, and was awarded the degree of D.D ...
Charles Old Goodford
... Charles Old Goodford (15 July 1812, Chilton-Cantelo – 9 May 1884, Eton) was an English headmaster, provost of Eton College ... He entered Eton in 1826, and proceeded to King's College, Cambridge, in 1830, whence he took his B.A ... While still an undergraduate he returned to Eton and became an assistant-master in 1835 ...