Submitted by Tamara Kincaide
ENGLE HOUSE once the one room schoolhouse. Taken about 1975 Newburgh Women's Club.
ENGLE SCHOOL was originally a one-room brick schoolhouse. Standing on a knoll which was a wonderful place for a school, Built around 1845 the children were taught reading, writing and arithmetic. When the children were let out to play the girls played in one part and the boys the other part. Some of the bricks have the names of the children on them, both the boys and girls.
It is now a three-room house having been restored in 1946 each room
behind the other. It was done by WALTER & MAGDALENA ABSHIRE QUEEN and
passed on to their daughter NANENE QUEEN ENGLE. It looks today as it did
100 years ago.
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