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0862602114
Book:Site and Settlement in Sussex, A Key Stage Two Study:1991
Author: West Sussex County Council. Education Department
Author: Gee, Sue
Author: James, Pam
Author: Mullholland, Mary
Year: 1991
Format: Book
Class no: 942.25
ISBN: 9780862602116, 0862602114
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E300129599
Book:Site and Settlement in Sussex, A Key Stage Two Study:1991
Author: West Sussex County Council. Education Department
Author: Gee, Sue
Author: James, Pam
Author: Mulholland, Mary
Year: 1991
Format: Book
Class no: 900
ISBN: 9780862602116, 0862602114
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6d136bc0-847b-40ca-aab3-335fc58e4635
Author: SAS
Year: 1933
Format: Other material
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02ba7087-e2c2-451b-8e61-32f181e55c19
Author: SAS
Year: 1976
Format: Other material
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304b2ae1-9929-4d92-a583-b5984deb0d0f
Author: SAS
Year: 1993
Format: Other material
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e7ca01af-6249-471a-8199-52e3064b88b7
Author: SAS
Year: 1989
Format: Other material
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e0623c5b-9f60-466d-a696-531a3f00d078
Publication Year: 1547
Media type: Other material
To be buried, if he died in England in the parish church of Battell, co. Sussex, within the tomb where his late wife lay buried, certain masses to be done for him ... according to the ancient and laudable custom of the Church of England
Bequest to the said church if his body be buried there £3. 6s. 8d
His executors to dispose in and about his burying and funeral £100 and not above. At his burial £20 to be distributed by the executors to the poor people to the intent that they should pray for his soul
To wife Lady Elizabeth Browne, her apparel and jewels and in money 200 marks and in plate £100 worth and household stuff to the value of 200 marks besides `two fayre testoures' Also her horses and those of her women
To each of younger sons, William, Henry, Francis, Thomas, George, and Henry, an annuity of 40 marks for life
To daughter Mary Browne, 400 marks sterling or the value thereof in plate
To daughter Mabel, 900 marks, 600 marks therof being the bequest of her uncle the Earl of Southampton
Daughter (?Lucy) to have the preferment in marriage of my Lord Dacre the king's ward whom I purchased of Hen. VIII, and if he should die before marriage, then she to have the preferment in marriage of his brother Gregory Fynes; if both should die before marriage had betwixt the said daughter Lucy and one of them, she to have towards advancement in marriage otherwise, 800 marks
To son William `two indifferent good fetherbeds with two indifferent payre testors' and the furniture thereof
To daughter-in-law Anne Browne his (? William's) wife £20 worth of plate
To base son Charles an annuity of £10 for life. To base daughter Anne, £100
To every of his household servants one year's wages over and above what might be due And to every gentleman of his household servants, a horse, gelding or nagge, so far as the number of them would extend
(Various other bequests)
Executors: Lord Russell, Lord Privy Seal, Lord Seynt John, Master of the king's household, Lord Riche, Sir John Gage, Comptroller of the king's household, Sir John Baker, knt., Chancellor of the Court of First Fruits and Tenths, and John Skynner, esq., one of the clerks of thanery (sic) and various gifts to them
To son Sir Anthony Browne, testator's collar of the Order of the Garter, with all householf stuff, plate, money etc., debts cattele, leases, wardships and all other things appertaining to `my body', the furnishing of any of testator's houses of Battell, Cowdrye or Byflet not already bequeathed, at 21 years
Executors to have the rule, order and receipt of all the testator's manors, lordships, lands etc. called, the manor of Beigham, the manor of Preston Poynings, the manor of Sadlescombe, the manor of Poynings, the manor of Perching, the farm or site of the manor of Chinting Poynings, the farm or site of the manor of Levyshote, the manor of Calceto, a tenement in Twyneham, called Coulevyles, the manor of Westbrooke, the farm or site of the manor of Asshecombe, the fearme or site of the manor of Horington in Walderne and the late College of Hastings, all in the counties of Sussex, Essex or kent, To be had to the executors until the Will be fully accomplished. To retain so much of the profits as should be required to pay annuities and the residue to be delivered to son and heir at his full age from time to time as the profits should grow
Wife to have as her jointure in lieu of dower the manors of Rypley and Send, the manor or grange called Ryde fearme, thhe fearme of Potnoll Park, the manor of Shalford Clifford, the house and park of Byflet, the fearme of lands in Byflet, the site and demesne of Chertsey and certain lands parcel of the manor of Pirforde, co. Surrey, over and beside the manor of Roounewell Hall, co. Essex, the manor of Woodforde, co. Essex and the site and demeanes of the late monastery of Barnewell, co. Cambridge, which Hen. VIII gave to testator's wife and him
The king to have for the wardship of testator's son and heir for the 3rd. part of lands to the king belonging by reason of the minority of the heir, the manor of Battell, lands etc. in Hailesham, Wadeherst, Echingham, Tysehurst, Wartling, Winchelsey, Bekeley, Bexhill, and Bodyham, co. Sussex; also the manor of Pingden, co. Sussex, the manor of Breade, the manor of Bernhorne, the manor of Linchmere als Shelbreade, and the manor of Selham
Settlement of all manors on son Sir Anthony Browne in tail male, with remainders over to other sons
Proved (under the name of Edw. VI) in P.C.C., 31 March, 1550
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Author: SAS
Year: 1978
Format: Other material
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Publication Year: 1775
Media type: Other material
(Lease and release, lease for a year missing) between (a) Sir John Shelley of Michel Grove, Sussex, bart., Treasurer of the King's Household, P.C., (b) Edward Woodcock senr. of Lincolns Inn, esq., and Elizabeth Woodcock, spinster, his only daughter, (c) Robert Mackreth of Ewhurst, co. Southants, and Elborough Woodcock of Lincolns Inn, gent., and (d) Sir Anthony Thomas Abdy of Albyns, co. Essex, bart., the Revd. Edward Woodcock, L.L.D., Vicar of Watford, Herts., George Lewis Newnham of New Timber Place, Sussex, esq., and Henry Shelley of Lewes, esq. Whereby - in consideration of an intended marriage between the said Sir John Shelley and Elizabeth Woodcock and of £4,000 paid by Edward Woodcock senr. to Sir John and £2,000 secured to be paid for his benefit after the death of the said Edward Woodcock senr. and Elizabeth his wife, and of the assignment of an Annuity as hereinafter mentioned and for making a Jointure for the said Elizabeth Woodcock and in lieu of her dower - the said Sir John Shelley bargained and sold, released and confirmed to Robert Mackreth and Elborough Woodcock
The Manor of Falmer and the site thereof and the messuages, farms, land and tenements in Falmer as follows, viz:- The Court Farm (2019a.) in the occ. of John Payne, Henry Webb and Richard Wood at a rent of £500, comprising, Glass Haven, Hay Croft, the Home Croft, Faulmear Pool, the Loos, the Court Lane (Laine), Creane or Crane Down, the Salt Pieces, New Market Hill, Loose Bottom, Southfield, Upper West Lane, Little Wickins, the Droveway, Hogtrough Down, Hawth Hill, New Field, Great Wickins, Short Heath, Further West Lane, Old Forge, the Butts, North Lane, Hither Knowle, Further Knowle, the Ridge, Water Pot Hill, Mottstone (? Mottstoue), Buckland Bank, Broad Shockles, Buckland Hole, House Down, Droveway, Wormans or Tenants Down
Also a piece of land (6a.) depastured by the cattle of the tenants of the manor in common
Another messuage, farm and lands in Falmer called Hotshrove and Pattiswye (521a.) in the tenure of John Beadle and held by the executors or assigns of John Hawsher of Falmer, yeoman, decd. under Lease for 200 years determinable with the lives of Joseph Webb, Sarah Hawsher (then Sarah Smith, widow) and William Nelson, all except the said Sarah since decd., rent, £40 yearly, consisting of:- The House Field, Home Lane, Hicks Hill, Cold Dean, Stanmer Hill, Hawth Hill and Pattiswye
All the said premises in Falmer being late of Lord Craven and purchased of him by Sir John Shelley in 1770 and were conveyed to Sir Ferdinando Poole of Lewes, bart. in trust for Sir John Shelley and were in Mortgage to Samuel Durrant, esq. for £20,000. Trusts declared
And for the aforesaid considerations and for the paying off of Mortgages Sir John Shelley conveyed to the said Robert Mackreth and Elborough Woodcock all that farm and lands called Lee Farm in Clapham, Storrington and Angmering in the tenure of Francis Sandham at the rent of £200
Also the farm and lands in Clapham late in the tenure of John Parsons and then of Daniel Parsons, rent £60
And the Brick kiln in Clapham in the tenure of Joseph Baker, rent £4
And the Mills and lands in Sullington and Storrington in the occupation of Richdard Bassett, rent £20
And lands called Effham als. Offham and Park Down Croft in St. John's Parish in Leominster in the occupation of John Tomkins, rent £7 10s
Also a piece of ground in Beckley, theretofore in the occ. of Thomas Edwards and since of the Commissioners of Sewers, rent £8 12s 6d. and the farm and lands called Crabbs Farm in Beckley in the tenure of Thomas Jefferies, rent £20
And Stedders and Bowmans farm in the occupation of Samuel Poyle, rent £58 15s. The Little Knell Farm in the tenure of Samuel Day, rent £50; Odean Farm, rent £37 in tenure of the executors of William Passon decd.; lands in occupation of William Brown, rent £9 and lands in the occupation of William Susan
All the last mentioned lands being in Beckley. Also
Barpham Farm (350a.) in Angmering formerly in the possession of Thomas Laurence, gent. and John More and afterwards of John French and Peter Upperton and then of Robert French under a lease granted by Sir George Colebrook, bart. and others for 20 years, rent £70
Also 6 freehold messuages or Burgages in Arundel purchased of Messrs. Farnden & Walder and two messuages in Arundel purchased of Benjamin Fuger, 9 of John Hurst, two of Thomas Puttock, three of Edward Puttock, 2 of Charles Cook, two of John Roberts and half of a brewhouse purchased of the executors of William Guille decd
Also the Crown Inn and 3 other messuages in Arundel bought of the executors of Thomas King, and 3 messuages bought of Thomas Spurger and other messuages in the same place including the George Inn
Other farms in Sullington, Barpham and elsewhere purchased of William Thornton
All to be held subject to Mortgages to the Earl of Hardwicke for £16,000 and £6,000
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Year: 2017
Format: Other material
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b562d148-84bb-42c5-88a7-cc5ae5f72e04
Publication Year: 1885
Media type: Other material
The minutes contain regular parish business, e.g. election and appointment of the guardian, overseers, churchwardens, constables, surveyors; the examination and passing of accounts; making the church, poor and highway rates. From 1849 meetings were frequently adjourned to the Royal Oak Inn. In addition the minutes include the following matters:-
f.1v Decision on the completing of a road, July 1839;
ff.2v,5v resolution to carry out a new valuation and decisions as to a surveyor, February and April 1840;
f.11r agreement to appoint a paid surveyor of the highways, "to take upon himself the whole management of the Highways", at a payment of £5 p.a., March 1843;
ff.11v,12r decision to apply part of the poor rate to assist the emigration of Henry Holloway and his wife and their children (two) to Australia; and to borrow in order to have a fund to defray general emigration expenses, the loan to be on the poor rate, March 1844;
ff.15randv,17v minutes concerning settlement: certifications that Samuel Dudney belonged to the parish of Cowfold; inquiries as to the settlement of - Goddard which was found to be Pulborough, November, December 1845, March 1846;
ff.15v and 16r minute recording the vestry's "determination to withhold consent" to the opening of a proposed beer shop, and "to discourage and discountenance by every means in our power the setting up of a Beer-shop in that place, or any other in the Parish ...", December 1845;
f.20v agreement by those present to pay their labourers with families fourteen shillings a week "during the present high price of flour, and to recommend the same to others", and to raise a subscription "to meet the cases of peculiar distress from large families", May 1847;
ff.21v-106v at almost every annual vestry between 1852 and 1880, an entry records a decision to obtain and distribute flint, stone and gravel for the roads;
f.23v memorandum concerning the settlement and maintenance of a widow brought "Home" from Charlwood, February [1850];
f.24r report of a removal order of - Walder, his wife and six children from Cuckfield and agreement to try to come to some arrangement with Cuckfield, January 1851;
ff.27r and v 52r,53r,72r minutes concerning the rating etc. of various cottages, July, August 1851, March, July 1860, September 1870;
ff.35v-113v minutes recording the regular sale of "sidings", between 1852 and 1882;
f.38v memorandum recording that "we all agreed to dig stone in Mr. Holden's fursfield", February 1856;
f.72v agreement concerning the compounding of rates, November 1870;
ff.73r,76r agreement to make donations to Twineham parish for the education of Shermanbury children who attend Twineham School, February, January 1871;
f.75r minute concerning payment for washing surplices, [1871];
f.78r agreement to remove a mass of clay from the churchyard to "the old marlpit in the grove", the Bishop having sanctioned its removal; report on a new table in the vestry, exchanged for an old one, October 1872;
f.81r decision to order a new valuation list, March 1874;
f.81v report of a gift of an alms dish, March 1874;
ff.82r,83r and v,85r minutes relating to the financing and planning of a school, May - October 1874;
ff.86r-93r minutes and copy of correspondence relating to the parish's liability for repairs to a road, February - May 1875;
ff.87r-90r discussions concerning the rating of game woodlands under the Act, February - March 1875;
f.91r and v agreement on fees to be charged for the school and nominations to a school committee, March 1875;
f.94r minute concerning the cost of repair of the "old Cowfold and Horsham Turnpike Road", March 1876;
ff.101r-102r notice by the churchwardens and copy of subsequent correspondence, minutes, etc., concerning the closing of the churchyard and the possibility of a gift of a site by S. Copestake for a new burial ground, January 1879;
f.104v minute concerning the provision of chalk for raising a road, [1879];
ff.106r,198r agreement to raise a voluntary church rate, March 1880, 1881;
ff.109r and v decision to insert an advertisement in the West Sussex Gazette for an assistant overseer, and a subsequent appointment made, May, June 1881;
f.114r and v report concerning proposed repairs and alterations to the church, August 1882;
ff.117v,118r minutes concerning a new valuation list, May, June 1883;
f.119r and v minute of meeting held to consider ways of raising funds for the National School, payments from the children having fallen off owing to prolonged sickness in the parish, March 1884;
f.123r proposed for a voluntary school rate for the ensuing year, March 1885;
f.123v submission of plans for two new windows, July 1885
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Author: Sue Gee et al
Year: 1991
Format: Other material
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Author: SAS
Year: 1936
Format: Other material
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Author: Sue Gee et al
Year: 1991
Format: Other material
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Author: SAS
Year: 1997
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Publication Year: 1760
Media type: Other material
(a) Edward Rapley of Linchmere, yeo., and w. Sarah (lately Sarah Fulleck, spinster, dau. of John Fulleck of Bramshott (co. Hants.), yeo., (b) said John Fulleck, (c) John Neale of Bohunt in Bramshott (co. Sussex (Part of the ancient parish of Bramshott was in Sussex. Of this a detached part lying in Hampshire, which had in 1832 been transferred to that county for the purpose of parliamentary elections by Schedule (M) of the Act 2 & 3 Wm. IV cap. lxiv, under the designation of `part of Rogate Tithing being a farm called Rogate Bohunt Farm,' was transferred to Hampshire for all purposes by the Act 7 & 8 Vict. cap. lxi.)), yeo
Moiety of the rectory, parsonage, church and chapel impropriate of Linchmere to the late dissolved priory of Shulbrede sometime belonging, and of all messuages, lands, glebe lands, customary tithes, etc., belonging, and moiety of an ancient accustomed tenth or tithe of 26s. 8d. per annum to be paid by way of a modus decimandi in lieu and satisfaction for all manner of tithes whatsoever from the site, farm, lands and demesnes of the said priory of Shulbrede
From Edward Rapley to (c), to the use of Edward Rapley for life, then to the use of Sarah Rapley for life for her jointure and in full satisfaction of all dower or free bench out of any other estates of Edward Rapley, then to the use of their heirs, and in default of such issue to the use of the right heirs of Sarah Rapley for ever
In consideration of the marriage of (a), and of £450 paid to Edward Rapley by (b) as a marriage portion
Clause for the lease of the properties by (a) for periods not exceeding 21 years, and covenant by Edward Rapley that the properties are free from all incumbrances including the jointure and dower of Amy Rapley, wid., his mother. Signature and seals of all parties except Sarah Rapley
Witnesses - John Luff, Richard Billinghurst
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