|29th Sep 1834||History||Victoria National School for Boys||Colbran's Tunbridge Wells|
… there are three other schools supported chiefly by voluntary contributions.These are the Female British School on Mount Sion; the Infant School in the Grosvenor Road; and the Victoria National School for Boys, at the back of the Calverley Market. The foundation stone of the latter was laid on the 29th September, 1834, by the Princess Victoria and the Duchess of Kent. The whole of these establishments are conducted on the principles of the British and Foreign School Society.
|1839||Tunbridge Wells||Victoria School||Colbran's Tunbridge Wells|
|3rd Apr 1881||Census||John Passingham, M, Head, married, age 45, born Greenwich, Kent; occupation School Master||John Passingham||Victoria School House||1881 Census|
Tunbridge Wells, Kent
|3rd Apr 1881||Census||Sarah Passingham, F, Wife, married, age 48, born Newington, Sussex||Sarah Passingham|
|3rd Apr 1881||Census||Bertram Passingham, M, Son, single, age 18, born Tunbridge Wells, Kent; occupation Clerk||Bertram Passingham|