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E300020856
Book:Yeoman Bishop, St. Richard of Chichester (1197-1253):1953
Author: Rye, Alan
Year: 1953
Format: Book
Class no: 920RICHARD,SAINT
ISBN: E300020856
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Publication Year: 1679
Media type: Other material
f.1 (see also EpI/11/17 ff.88,94) Testamentary will of - Coles decd 24 October 1676 ex parte - Henry Coles v Alice Coles (widow)
f.1 Deponents
Edmund Coles of Storrington, Clerk, where he had been some 30 years.
Born in Burfield, Surrey. Aged about 61 years
f.2 Witness: signature
f.2(v) Henry Coles of Storrington, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 37 years
f.3 Witness: mark
[Next case] f.3(v) (see also EpI/11/17 f.91) Testamentary will of Katherine Kewell of Rustington Ex parte - Richard Crossingham v Thomas Joy Circa October 1676
f.3(v) Deponents
Catherine Young of Arundel, Widow, where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 54 years
Witness : signature
[Next case] f.4 Tithes - Stoughton Church 21 November 1676
Ex parte - Jasper Nyeren, clerk and vicar of stoughton v Alexander Clavell and Gilbert Clements (junior)
Deponents
f.4 William Whitborne of Walderton in Stoughton, Labourer, where he had always lived and was Born. Aged about 80 years
f.5 Witness: mark
f.5(v) Robert Mills of Westbourne, Husbandman, where he had always lived and was Born. Aged about 59 years
Witness: mark
f.6 John Hamond of Stoughton, Labourer, where he had lived about 10 years, and before in Chilgrove in West Dean for about 20 years.
Born in Chilgrove, about 37 years
f.6(v) Henry Albury of Funtington, Carpenter, where he had lived about 30 years, and before in Fernhurst where also he was Born. Aged about 56 years
[Next case] f.7 Testamentary Will (Noncupative) of Nicholas Bridger of Bepton Ex parte - Joan Bushell Als Bridger v [ - ] 7 December 1676 & 5 February 1676/7
f.7 Richard Manning Notary Public of the City of Chichester, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 30 years
Witness: signature
f.7 Andrew Davies of Bepton, Husbandman, where he had lived about 20 years, and before in Bramshott, Hants, for about 13 years. Born in Selborne, Hants. Aged about 45 years
f.7(v) Dorothy Davies, wife of Andrew Davies of Bepton, Husbandman, where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 40 years
f.8 Witness: mark
[Next case] ff.8(v) see also f.12) Boxgrove Church - seat used by Midwives also for churching of Women Ex Parte - John Peckham and Edward Morley, gent, churchwardens of Boxgrove v Thomas Stamp of the same 3 March 1676/7
Elizabeth Hamon, widow of Boxgrove, where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 71 years
f.9(v) Witness: mark
Joan APPS of Boxgrove, widow, where she had lived about 46 years. Born in Chichester. Aged about 66 years
f.10(v) Thomas Hamond of Westhampnett, Yeoman, where he had lived about 30 years, and before in Boxgrove for about 40 years. Born in Aldingbourne. Aged about 78 years
f.11 Witness: mark
[Next case] ff.11(v) (see also f.12) f.11(v) Testamentary Will of Dorothy Rasell March - June 1677
Ex Parte - Mary Browne and Mary Bowley v Bartholomew Rasell
Humfrey Day, of Birdham, Clerk, where he had been for 3 years. Born in Theddlethorp, Lincolnshire. Aged about 36 years
f.12 [No Subscription or date]
[Next case] f.12 (see also f.8(v)) Boxgrove Church - Seat used by Midwives and also for Churching of Women 20 June 1677
Ex Parte - John Peckham and Edward Morley, gent, Churchwardens of Boxgrove [includes references to visit by the Bishop to "make peace"] v Thomas Stamp and Mary Stamp his wife
f.12 Margaret Smith of Boxgrove, widow [midwife] where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 64 years
f.12(v) Mary Ruffe, wife of Edward Ruffe of Boxgrove, Carpenter, where she had lived for 3 years, and before in North Mundham for about 4 years.
Born in Blendworth, Hampshire. Aged about 28 years
f.13 Ann Ruffe, wife of John Ruffe of Boxgrove, Husbandman, where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 30 years
[Next case] f.13(v) Tithes - West Wittering 4 October 1677
Ex Parte - Charles Ballow, Gent v Andrew Moorey
f.13(v) Walter Lee of West Wittering, Yeoman, where he had lived about 40 years and also was Born. Aged about 46 years
f.14 [He also further Deposed]
f.14 Edward Westbrooke of West Wittering, Husbandman, where he had lived about 16 years. Born in West Itchenor. Aged about 43 years
[Next case] f.15 (see also f.19(v)) f.15 Defamation - Ex Parte - John Moss, Junior v Thomas Tupper, Junior
13 October 1677
Deponents Ann Mills, wife of Henry Mills of Watersfield in Coldwaltham, Yeoman, where she had lived some 40 years. Born in Horsham. Aged about 53 years
Witness : mark
f.15(v) Margaret Plowman, of Bury, Spinster, where she had lived 1 year or more, and before in Fittleworth for 1 year. Born in Wisborough Green
Aged about 21 years
f.16(v) Witness: mark
f.16(v) Richard Fitz-Henry of Bury, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 31 years
f.17(v) Richard Stone of Bury, Yeoman, where he had lived some 9 years. Born in Greatham. Aged about 30 years
[Next case] f.18(v) Defamation - Ex Parte - John Todman v Elizabeth Allen, wife of Robert Allen 20 October 1677
Elizabeth Ewen of Graffham, widow, where she had lived some 32 years and was also Born. Aged about 61 years
f.19 William Peete of Graffham, Husbandman, where he had lived about 2 years. Born in Winchester, Hampshire. Aged about 23 years
f.19 Witness: mark
[Next case] f.19(v) Defamation - Ex Parte - John Moss junior v Thomas Tupper 2 November 1677
(See also f.15 & f.20) Deponents
Richard Fitz-Henry of the Parish of Bury, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 31 years
f.20 Witness: mark
f.20 Francis Moss, of Bury, son of John Moss, Senior, of Bury, Blacksmith, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 14 years
f.20(v) Witness: mark
[Next case] f.21 Defamation - Ex Parte John Browne v Mary Lalle, wife of John Lalle
23 & 24 November 1677
f.21 Mary Browne of Earnley, Widow, where she had lived about 40 years. Born in West Dean. Aged about 60 years
f.21(v) Joan Colpes of Earnley, wife of Richard Colpes, Husbandman, where she had lived about 4 years, and where, also, she was Born. Aged about 32 years
f.22 Nicholas Colpes of Earnley, Husbandman, where he had lived about 4 years. Born in Kingston, Hanpshire. Aged about 36 years
f.23 Witness: mark
[Next case] f23(v) Duncton Chapel - Repair of Chancel 24 January 1677/8
Ex Parte - Thomas Napper, Churchwarden of Duncton Chapel v John Alcock, gent, Walter Elphick, gent, and John Ide
William Napper of Duncton, Yeoman, where he had lived about 32 years and before in Hunston for about 20 years and before in Duncton for about 9 years. Born in Petworth. Aged about 81 years
f.24(v) Witness: mark
f.24(v) Elizabeth Neale, wife of William Neale of Fittleworth, Yeoman, where he had lived about 4 years, and before in Duncton for 24 years.
Born in Duncton. Aged about 28 years
f.25(v) Jeffery Dawtrey of Petworth, Cordwainer, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 39 years
f.26(v) Witness: signature
[Next case] f.27 Oving - Tithes and Fee for Funeral Sermon for Thomas Peachey decd
Ex Parte - Mr John Drake, Clerk and Vicar of Oving v Daniel Margerum Junior of the same 30 March 1678 & 3 April 1678 & 14 June 1676
f.27 Richard Scardefield of Oving, Husbandman, where he had lived about 17 years, and before in North Mundham for about 7 years. Born in Mid-Lavant. Aged about 30 years
Witness: mark (? initial)
f.27(v) Henry Linn of Oving, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 60 years
f.28 Ann Taylor of Oving, Spinster, where she had lived some 3 years.
Before in Chichester for 3 years. Born in Bosham. Aged about 20 years
f.29 William Perrin of Oving, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 58 years
f.29(v) Susan Margerum, wife of David Margerum Senior of Oving, Yeoman, where she was Born. Aged about 48 years
f.30 John Knight of Oving, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 76 years
f.30 John Pashen of Oving, Husbandman, where he had lived about 1/2 a year. Born in Upton Lovewell, Wiltshire. Aged about 23 years
f.30(v) Daniel Margerum, Senior of Oving, Yeoman, where he had lived about 26 years. Born in Chichester. Aged about 50 years
f.31 Witness: signature
[Next case] f.31 Misconduct of Minister [includes reference to "the late Plott" and Statement by the Revd. Francis Salisbury that the established Church "came out of King Henry the eight his Codpiece"]
Ex Parte - Benjamin Bartellott, James Russell, Robert Harrison and Robert Spelman of Harting v Mr Francis Salisbury lately curate of Harting 10, 17 and 31 October 1679 and 14 November 1679
f.31 William Downer of Elsted, Yeoman, where he had lived some 14 years and at Chichester. Aged about 67 years
f.31(v) Robert Aylwin of Treford, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 47 years
f.32 William Nainoe of Harting, Tailor, where he had lived 1 year and before in Petersfield, Hampshire for about 20 years. Born in Petersfield. Aged about 38 years
f.32(v) Thomas Maidlowe of Harting, Husbandman, where he had lived about 20 years. Born in East Meon, Hampshire. Aged about 52 years
f.32(v) Richard Scardefield, of Harting, Blacksmith, where he had lived about 24 years. Born in East Lavant. Aged about 45 years
f.33 Thomas Churcher of Up-Park, Harting, Gent, where he had lived about 18 years. Born in 'Michelmus', Hampshire. Aged about 54 years
f.33(v) Witness: signature
f.33(v) Joan Bennett, wife of Nicholas Bennett of Harting, Yeoman, Aged about 37 years
f.34 Robert Pay of Harting, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 30 years
f.34 his Thomas Allnutt, Junior, of Harting, Yeoman, where he had lived all life. [No further details given]
f.34(v) Thomas Meredith of Harting, Felmonger, where he had lived some 36 years [No futher details given]
f.35 Dorothy Bartlott, wife of Benjamin Bartelott of Harting. [No further details given]
f.35 Frances Naller of Harting, Widow, where she had lived about 19 years [No further details given]
f.36 Parnell Allnutt, wife of Thomas Allnutt, Senior of Harting, Yeoman, Aged about 53 years
[No other details given]
f.36 Peter Valler of Petworth, Joiner, where he had lived some 25 years. Born in Godalming, Surrey. Aged about 45 years
f.36(v) William Culverwell of Billingbeare, Berks, Gent Aged about 30 years
f.37(v) Peter Hollis of Midhurst, Cordwainer. Aged 42 years [No other details given]
f.37(v) Mr John Harris of Arundel, Clerk. Aged about 45 years [No further details given]
f.38 Thomas Collyer of Harting, Butcher. Aged about 30 years [No further details given]
f.38 Roger Barwick of Compton, Gent. Aged about 45 years [No further details given]
f.38(v) Mr Phillip Fall of Chichester, Clerk. Aged about 30 years [No further details given]
[Next case] f.39 Tithes - St. Peter-The-Great Chichester Ex Parte - Mr Francis Doylye, Clerk and Vicar of St Peter-The-Great Chichester v William Hudson 26 November 1679
f.39 Nicholas Collins als. Watkins of the Parish of St. Peter-the-Great als Subdeanery, Chichester, Tailor, where he had lived about 66 years Born in Barjamesoane in Holland. Aged about 69 years
f.39(v) Richard Pay of St. Pancras, Chichester, Bricklayer, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 70 years
f.39(v) Witness: mark
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Publication Year: 1676
Media type: Other material
f.1 (see also f.4) Incorrect Liturgy used by Vicar of Wisborough Green - Not From Book of Common Prayer. 16 February 1663
Edward Johnson (Notary Public) v Charles Sumpner, Clerk and Vicar of Wisborough Green
Deponents
Henry Harriden of Wisborough Green, Gent, where he had lived some 17 years. Born in Bignor. Aged about 54 years.
Witness: signature
f.2(v) William Stenning of Wisborough Green, Yeoman, where he had always lived and was Born. Aged about 30 years.
f.3 Henry Strudwick of Lowfield in the parish of Wisborough Green, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life. Aged 33 years.
f.3(v) John Strudwick of Lowfield in the parish of Wisborough Green, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 26 years.
[Next case] f.4(v) Incorrect Liturgy Used by Vicar of Wisborough Green - Not From Book of Common Prayer. 9 March 1663/4
Ex Parte Charles Sumpner v Edward Johnson - Notary Public
f.4(v) Thomas Packhurst of Wisborough Green, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 32 years.
f.5 James Perryer of Wisborough Green, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 40 years.
f.5(v) Richard Haler of Wisborough Green, Yeoman, where he had lived about 1 year and 9 months, and before in Rudgwick, where also he was Born. Aged about 33 years.
f.5(v) Joseph Browne of Wisborough Green, Gent, where he had lived about 5 years. Born in Penshurst, Kent. Aged about 26 years.
[Next case] f.6 Testamentary- Estate of Edward Tupper (Intestate) 24 March 1663/4
Ex Parte Elizabeth Tupper v John Bacon (Chief Creditor)
f.6 Robert Palmer of Bury, where he had lived about 20 years. Born in the parish of Bramshott, Hampshire. Aged about 40 years.
f.6(v) Nicholas Cooke of West Burton in Bury, where he had lived about 20 years and where he was Born. Aged about 40 years.
[Next case] f.7 Matrimonial-Ex Parte Marion Wooldridge of Pulborough, Spinster v Edmond Batcheler 20 May 1664
f.7 Anthony Hamond of Rudgwick, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 28 years.
Witness: mark
f.7(v) Robert Simmanes of Chiltington, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 28 years.
f.8 Witness: signature
[Next case] f.8 Tithes - Goring Parsonage-Ex Parte Daniel Gittens v John Alwin [?Aylwin], Gent. 18 June 1664
f.8 John Pollard of Goring, Husbandman, where he had lived 2 years, and before in Steyning for 1 year and before in Kingston Buci for 2 years and 6 months. Born in Worthing in the Parish of Broadwater. Aged about 25 years.
f.8(v) John Hollingham of Goring, Husbandman, where he had lived about 1 year and 9 months and before in Clapham for about 5 years. Born in Salvington in the Parish of Tarring. Aged about 20 years.
f.9 Witness: mark
[Next case] f.9 Testamentary- Will of Thomas Cooper, Junior of Middleton
Ex Parte Thomas Cooper, Senior v Sara Cooper, Widow and Relict 23 July 1664 and 12 August 1664
f.9 Mary Mathews of Middleton, Spinster where she had lived 1 year and 6 months and before in the parish of Clymping for about 1 year, and before in Ford for about 9 months, and before in Arundel for about 5 years, where also she was Born. Aged about 22 years.
9.(v) Roger Sparkes, Clerk and Vicar of Felpham, which he had been for about 10 months and before in Portchester, Hampshire for about 30 years. Born in Dorking, Surrey. Aged about 58 years.
f.9(v) Witness: signature
[Who also Deposed a supplement
f.10 Witness: signature]
[Next case] f.10 Tithes - 2 Ancient Mills of Westhampnett 27 September 1664
Ex Parte Mr Chapman v Eyles
f.10 Edward Mascall in parish of Westhampnett, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 70 years.
f.10 Joan Frye, wife of John Fry of the parish of St.Pancras, Chichester, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life. Born in the parish of the Sub-Deanery, St. Peter the Great, Chichester. Aged about 50 years.
f.10(v) Edward Mascall [as above] further Deposed.
f.10(v) Thomas Fowler of the City of Chichester, Yeoman, where he had lived some 20 years. Born in Boxgrove. Aged about 68 years.
f.11 Witness: mark
[Next case] f.11 Tithes-Greatham- Ex Parte John Goring, Gent v John Mill, Clerk
11 October 1664
f.11 Thomas Graunt of Amberley, Husbandman, where he had lived some 8 years, and before in Greatham for 9 years. Born in Houghton, Hampshire [sic]. Aged 63 years.
f.11(v) Elizabeth Batcheller, wife of Henry Batcheller of Rackham in Amberley, Tailor, where she had lived about 10 years, and before in Greatham for about 20 years. Born in West Dean. Aged about 52 years.
f.12 Mary Humfrey, of Houghton, widow, where she had lived about 20 years, and before in Greatham for about 7 years. Aged about 54 years.
f.12(v) Thomas Pratt, of Greatham, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 60 years.
[Next case] f.13 (see also f.16(V)) f.13 Testamentary - Will of Thomas Cooper Ex Parte Sara Cooper v Thomas Cooper 25 October 1664 and 3 November 1664
John Champ of Yapton, Husbandman, where he had lived about 4 years. Born in the Parish of Merton, Hampshire. Aged 25 years
f.14 Beatrice Hale of Arundel, Widow, where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 55 years.
f.14(v) Mary Mathews of Shripney in the parish of Bersted, Spinster, where she had lived some 9 weeks, and before in Middleton for 1 year and 6 months, and before in Climping for 1 year, and before in Ford for 9 months, and before in Arundel for 5 years and upwards, where also she was Born. Aged about 22 years.
f.15(v) Thomas Bridger of Shripney in Bersted, Yeoman, where he had lived about 20 years. Born in Arundel. Aged about 57 years.
[Next case] f.16(v) (see also f.13) Testamentary- Will of Thomas Cooper Ex Parte Thomas Cooper v Sara Cooper 23 January 1664 and January 1664/5
f.16(v) John Standon of Climping, Yeoman, where he had lived some 14 years. Born in Madehurst. Aged about 42 years.
f.17 William Cutfold, sen, of Felpham, Yeoman, where he had lived some 38 years. Born in East Preston. Aged about 63 years.
f.17 Thomas Nye of Arundel, Mercer, where he had lived about 14 years. Born in Horsham. Aged about 34 years.
f.17(v) Witness: signature
f.17(v) Sara Ockley, of Yapton, Spinster, where she had lived ? 1 month, and before in Norton in the parish of Felpham for 1 year and before in North Bersted for about 2 years. Born in Eastergate. Aged about 26 years.
f.18 John Downer of Mid-Lavant, Yeoman, where he had lived about 7 years. Born in Pagham. Aged about 50 years.
f.18(v) William Fitzherbert of the City of Chichester, Inn-holder, where he had lived for 2 years and 5 months. Born in Lewes. Aged about 34 years.
f.19 Dorothy Rasell, wife of Thomas Rasell of Arundel, Clothier, where she had lived about 14 years. Born in Exeter, Devonshire. Aged about 20 years
[Next case] f.20 Defamation-Ex Parte- Barbara Russell v Adam Voke 7 December 1665
f.20 William Whicher of Walderton in the parish of Stoughton, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life. Born in Racton. Aged about 31 years
f.20(v) John Soane of Walderton in Stoughton,, Cordwainer, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 30 years
[Next case] f.21 Defamation-Ex Parte- Catherine Garland v Geoffrey Dawtry
16 December 1665
f.21 John Segrove of Petworth, Gent, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 38 years
f.21 John Newball of Petworth, Cordwainer, where he had lived 5 months, and before in the City of Bristol for 2 years and before in the City of London since he was Born. Aged about 43 years
[Next case] f.21(v) Testamentary- Will of Elizabeth Cavy- Ex Parte John Booker v Thomas Booker 20 January 1665
Elenor Lee, Wife of John Lee Husbandman, of Billingshurst, where he where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 30 years.
f.22(v) Susan Elson of Fittleworth, Spinster, where she had lived about 9 months, and before in Billingshurst for 12 years. Born in Fittleworth. Aged about 24 years
f.23 Witness : mark
[Next case] f.23 Testamentary- Will of Catherine Eeling- Ex Parte William Boyse v George Moore 2 February 1665/6
Ann Brockett, Wife, of Richard Brockett of Kirdford, Gent, where she had lived for 5 years. Born in Horsham. Aged about 25 years
f.24 John Slaterford, of Kirdford, Tailor, where he had lived some 20 years. Born in Billingshurst. Aged about 40 years.
f.24(v) Richard Floate of Kirdford, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 55 years.
f.25 Joan Rapley of Kirdford, Spinster, where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 21 years
[Next case] f.25(v) Defamation-Ex Parte Elizabeth Turner Als Offard v John Booker 31 March 1666
f.25(v) Edward Booker, of Horsham, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 40 years.
f.26 John Shrubb of Horsham, Shearman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged 21 years
[Next case] f.26(v) Testamentary-Will of Judith Ayres Deceased-Ex Parte Richard Stringer, Esq v Katherine Puttock, Widow and Ann Manser 11 June 1666, 22 June 1666 and September 1666
f.26(v) John Downer of Duncton in Petworth, Wheelwright, where he had lived some 12 years or more. Born in Watersfield in Coldwaltham. Aged about 40 years
f.27 Thomas Humphrey, of Petworth, Husbandman, where he had lived some 20 weeks, and before in Slindon for 18 weeks, and before in Pulborough for about 10 years, where also he was Born. Aged about 22 years
f.27(v) John Hastlen of Petworth, Surgeon, where he had lived about 50 years, Born in Hellingly. Aged about 64 years
f.28 Elizabeth Boxall of Petworth, Spinster, where she had lived about 6 years. Born in the same parish. Aged about 19 years.
f.28(v) Joan Stoakes, wife of Henry Stoakes of Petworth, Gent, where she had lived about 5 years. Born in Midhurst. Aged about 55 years
f.28(v) Jane Sherryer, wife of Nicholas Sherryer of Petworth, where she had lived about 12 years, where also she was Born. Aged about 41 years
f.29 Richard Ayres, of Petworth, Gent, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 33 years
f.29(v) John Snagge, of Petworth, Gent, where he had lived about 28 years. Born in Amptile, Bedfordshire. Aged about 51 years
f.30 John Scras, of Petworth, Mercer, where he had lived about 7 years. Born in Westbourne. Aged about 24 years
f.30(v) Deponent
John Downer of Duncton, Wheelwright, where he had lived for 13 years. Born at Coldwaltham. Aged 40 years
[Next case] f.30(v) (see also f.31(v) Merston Parish -Payment of Procuration Fees 26 September 1666-
Ex Parte Dr. Jasper Mayne Stp Archdeacon of Chichester V Mr. David Blayney, Clerk and Rector of Merston
f.30(v) Francis Gardener, Clerk and Vicar Choral of Chichester Cathedral, where he had been for 6 years and had all his life lived in the Close of Chichester Cathedral, where also he was Born. Aged 74 years
[Next case] f.31 Tithes-Burpham Mill 3 October 1666 -
Ex Parte Mr. Michael Barrett, Clerk v John Potter
f.31 Paul Lawrence, Clerk and Rector of Tangmere, which he had been for 4 years. Born in the City of Chichester. Aged about 60 years
f.31(v) Thomas Bawcombe of Rackham, Yeoman, where he had always lived. Born in the Parish of Madehurst. Aged about 60 years
f.31(v) William Gardner, of Thakeham, Miller, where he had lived some 17 years. Born in Rusper. Aged about 45 years
[Next case] f.32(v) (see also f.30(v))
Merston Parish -Payment of Procuration Fees 12 October 1666
f.32(v) Richard Bragge, of the City of Chichester, Notary Public for ?46 years, where he was Born. Aged about 71 years
f.33 Edward Johnson, of the Close, Chichester Cathedral, Holy Trinity, Notary Public, for about 26 years. Born in Odiham, Hampshire. Aged about 48 years.
[Next case] f.33 Testamentary- Will of Thomas Rumbridger (of Mid Lavant) 11 October 1666
Ex Parte - William Croucher and Ann Furlonger v John Rumbridger and his Wife
f.33 William Sandham of East Lavant, Gent, where he had lived about 20 years. Born in the City of Chichester. Aged about 59 years
f.33(v) Witness: mark? signature
[Next case] f.33(v) Testamentary- Will of Richard Silverlock of Westbourne 14 and 23 November 166 -
Ex Parte Roger Silverlock and George Sherlock v Ann Owen Wife of Warburton Owen, Clerk
f.33(v) Robert Mills, of Westbourne, Shearman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 50 years
f.34 Nicholas Harrison, of Westbourne, Gent, where he had lived 9 months, and before in West Wittering for 3 years and upward. Born in East Wittering. Aged about 45 years
[Next case] f.34(v) (see also f.33(v) & f.37(v) & f.39) Testamentary-Ex Parte Ann Owen, Wife of Warburton Owen, Clerk v Roger Silverlock (The Minor) and George Sherlock
30 November 1666
f.34(v) Mary Deane, of Westbourne, Spinster, where she had lived about 5 years. Born in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. Aged about 22 years
f.35 Samuel Tangley, of Westbourne, Clerk, where he had lived about 22 years. Born in Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire. Aged about 48 years
f.35 Witness: signature
f.35(v) Nicholas Mills, of Westbourne, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 22 years
f.36 Daniel Palmer, of Stoughton, Yeoman, where he had lived some 5 years, and was Born there. Aged about 55 years.
f.36(v) Elizabeth Childes, of Westbourne, Widow, where she had lived about 7 years. Born in Hedley, Hants. Aged 38 years.
f.37(v) Witness: mark
[Next case] f.37(v) (see also f.34(v) & f.38 Testamentary- Ex Parte- Richard Silverlock (The Minor) and George Sherlock v Ann Owen, Wife of Warburton Owen, Clerk 5 December 1666
f.37(v) Richard Perrin, of Westborune, Chapman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 59 years
f.37(v) Margery Mills, wife of Robert Mills, of Westbourne, Shearman, where he had lived some 60 years. Born in Haslemere, Surrey. Aged about 62 years
f.38 Sarah Foster, Wife of Richard Foster of Nutbourne in Westbourne, Tailor, where she had lived about 8 years. Born in Carisbrook, Isle of Wight, Hampshire. Aged about 44 years
[Next case] f.38 (see also f.34(v) & f.38) Testamentary- Ann Owen, Wife of Warburton Owen, Clerk v Richard Silverlock (Minor) and George Sherlock 7 December 1666
f.38 Margery Holloway, of Westbourne, Widow, where she had always lived and was Born. Aged about 50 years
f.38(v) Nicholas Palmer, of Westbourne, Cordwainer, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 24 years.
f.39 William Denman, of Westbourne, Husbandman, where he had lived some 6 years. Born in Eeling, Hampshire
f.39 Testamentary- Estate of Robert Carryll 18 March 1666/7
Ex Parte Carryll et al v Carryll (Widow)
f.39 Deponents
Elizabeth Tulet, Wife of John Tulet of Slindon, Husbandman, where he had lived some 17 years. Born in Harting. Aged about 44 years
f.39(v) Mary Perley, wife of Richard Perley of Slindon, Husbandman, where she had lived about 29 years. Born in Burpham. Aged about 38 years
f.39(v) John Tulet of Slindon, Husbandman, where he had lived about 17 years. Born in Lurgashall. Aged about 44 years
f.40 Witness: signature [Tullat]
[Next case] f.40 (see also f.41(v)) Defamation- Ex Parte- Margaret Richardson v John Napper 27 July 1667
f.40 Richard Knight, of Rudgwick, Husbandman, where he had lived some 12 years. Born in Chiltington. Aged about 26 years
[Next case] f.40(v) Testamentary- Ex Parte- Thomas Booker v John Booker 13 September 1667
f.40(v) Joan Moore, Wife of Nicholson Moore of Billingshurst, Husbandman, where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 40 years.
f.41 Nicholas Moore of Billingshurst, Husbandman, where he had lived about 12 years. Born in Kirdford. Aged about 40 years
f.41(v) Witness: mark
[Next case] f.41(v) (see also f.40) Defamation- Ex Parte- Margaret Richardson v John Napper 4 October 1667
f.41(v) Henry Streater, of Pulborough, Yeoman, where he had lived about 20 years. Born in Wisborough Green. Aged about 44 years
f.42 Richard Butcher of Rudgwick, Yeoman, where he had lived about 27 years. Born in Ewhurst, Surrey. Aged about 28 years
[Next case] f.42 Testamentary- Will of Reginald Dean, Senior of Chiltington-Ex Parte- Elias Symons, Junior, and Mary Symons v Elizabeth Wakeford, Als Dean 5 October 1667
f.42 Richard Baall of Shipley, Joiner, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 42 years
f.43 Elias Simmons, Junior, of Pulborough, Husbandman, where he had always lived and was Born. Aged about 43 years.
Witness: signature (Simmons)
[Next case] f.44 Testamentary- Will of Nicholas Mason, Senior of Petworth 15 May 1668
- Ex Parte- Mary Mason, Widow v Nicholas Mason Junior Son of Deceased
f.44 George Barnard of Petworth, Gent, where he had lived some 9 years and where also he was Born. Aged about 57 years
f.44(v) William Dee, Junior, of Petworth, Gent, where he had always lived and was Born. Aged about 23 years
f.45 Peter Pennell, of Petworth, Gent, where he had lived about 14 years and 6 months. Born in Cranbrook, Kent. Aged 17 1/2 years
f.45(v) Witness: signature
[Next case] f.45(v) Testamentary- Will of Edward Giles 12 June 1668
Ex Parte- Grace Micklam, Executrix v John Jupp
f.45(v) Joan Bishop, wife of James Bishop of Slindon, Husbandman, where she had lived all her life. Aged about 44 years
f.45(v) John Floate of Walberton, Husbandman, where he had lived some 18 years and where he was Born. Aged 18 years.
f.46 Alan Goble, of Walberton, Husbandman, where he had lived about 9 months, and before in Ford for 9 months, and before in Binsted for about 5 years. Born in Aldingbourne. Aged about 19 years
f.46(v) Witness: mark
f.46(v) Defamation- Exparte- John Dalton v John Napper 11 and 25 July 1668
f.46(v) Samuel Richardson, of Newdigate, Surrey, Husbandman, where he had lived about 1 year and 6 months and before in Capel, Surrey for 1 year, and before in Rudgwick where he was Born. Aged about 23 years
f.47 Robert Robinson, of Rudgwick, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life. Born in Chiddingfold, Surrey.. Aged about 40 years
[Next case] f.47(v) (see also f.50) Horsham Church Seat Ownership 18 September 1668 and 30 October 1668
Ex Parte-Robert Artridge v Henry Piper
f.47(v) Michael Woodgate, of the parish of Horsham, Linen-draper, where he had lived some 50 years and where he was Born. Aged about 50 years
f.48 John Peerson, of Horsham, Painter, where he had lived some 39 years. Born in Lewes. Aged about 57 years
f.48(v) Ex Parte- Henry Piper v Robert Artridge
f.48(v) Mathew Jupp, of Horsham, Weaver, where he had lived about 5 years, and before in Ockley, Surrey for about 7 years. Born in Horsham.
Aged about 30 years
f.48(v) John Woodman, of Horsham, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 50 years
f.49 Witness: mark
[Next case] f.49 Testamentary- Will of Richard Knight of Madehurst, Bachelor, 17 November 1668 Ex Parte John Bridger v Thomas Standen and John Standen
f.49 John Peachey of Climping, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged 28 years
f.49(v) William Cleverly of Climping, Husbandman, where he had lived about 4 years. Born in Nutbourne in the Parish of Westbourne. Aged about 27 years
[Next case] f.50 (see also f.47(v)) Horsham- Church Seat Ownership 1 May 1669 and 21 May 1669
Ex Parte Henry Piper v Robert Artridge
f.50 John Bennett, of Horsham, Tailor, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 45 years
Ex Parte- Henry Piper v Robert Artridge
f.50 Alan Shrubb, of Horsham. Shearman, where he had lived about 50 years. Born in Farnham, Surrey. Aged about 70 years
f.50(v) Witness: mark
f.50(v) Edward Booker, of Horsham, Yeoman, where he had always lived and was Born. Aged about 44 years
f.50(v) William Sebbedge, of Horsham, Gardener, where he had lived some 25 years. Born in Petworth. Aged about 45 years
f.51 Witness: signature
[Next case] f.51 Testamentary- Will of Richard Francis of Shipley 22 May 1669
Ex Parte Richard Jupp v John Browne
f.51 William Fry, of West Grinstead, Grocer, where he had lived some 40 years. Born in Godalming, Surrey. Aged about 48 years
f.51(v) William Slater, of Shipley, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 40 years
f.52 Witness: signature
[Next case] f.52 (see also f.53) Testamentary Will of Thomas Lidbeter, Bachelor of Steyning 5 June 1669
Ex Parte- Edward Luck v John Parsons
f.52 Philipp Bennett, of Steyning, Tailor, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 21 years
f.52(v) Thomas Longmer, Junior, of Steyning, Felmonger, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 34 years
[Next case] f.53 (see also f.52) Testamentary- Will of Thomas Lidbeter [June 1669]
Ex Parte John Lidbeter v Edward Luck
f.53 William Lidbeter, of Steyning, Thatcher, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 56 years
f54 Samuel Cox, of Steyning, Thatcher, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 20 years
f.54(v) John Lidbeter, of Steyning, Thatcher, son of William Lidbeter, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 26 years
f55 Witness: signature
[Next case] f.55 Testamentary-Will of William Humfrey of Madehurst 1 June 1670
Ex Parte-Dorothy Squire Als Humfrey, Daughter and Executrix of the Testator v Walter Osborne and Elizabeth Osborne (Als Humfrey)
f.55 William Goble of Madehurst, Yeoman, where he had lived some 7 years, and where also he was Born. Aged about 46 years
f.55(v) Mary Goble, Wife of William Goble of Madehurst, Yeoman, where she had lived some 3 years. Born in Horsham. Aged about 36 years
f.56 Witness: mark
[Next case] f.56 (see also f.57(v) Testamentary-Will of Richard Barber of Bury 26 January 1671/2
Ex Parte-Cleent Barber v Thomas Upperton and Clement Upperton
f.56 Christopher Tupper, of Bury, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 35 years
f.56(v) Edward Barber, of Bury, Yeoman, where he had lived some 20 years, and where also he was Born. Aged about 50 years
f.57 William Barber, of Bury, Yeoman, where he had lived most of his life and was Born. Aged about 23 years
f.57(v) Witness: signature
[Next case] f.57(v) (see also f.56) Testamentary-Ex Parte Upperton v Barber 3 July 1672
Ex Parte-Upperton v Barber
f.57(v) Mary Lee, wife of Phillip Lee of Bury, Husbandman, where she had lived some 36 years, and before in Sutton, where also she was Born.
Aged about 50 years
f.58 Witness: mark
f.58 Christopher Tupper, of Bury, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 35 years
[No mark or signature]
f.58(v) Philipp Lee, of Bury, Husbandman, where he had lived some 40 years. Born in Ratleife in the Parish of Stepney [Middlesex]. Aged about 66 years
f.58(v) Thomas Lutter, of Bury, Blacksmith, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 38 years.
[Next case] f.59 Warminghurst- Church Chancel Repair 27 September 1672
Ex Parte-Mr. Robert Leaves v Henry Bigland Esq.
f.59 Michael Renfield, of Thakeham, Husbandman, where he had lived some 30 years, and before in Warminghurst for about 20 years. Born in Warminghurst. Aged about 54 years
[Next case] f.59 Moses Fryer, of Thakeham,, Yeoman, where he had lived some 10 years, and before in Warminghurst for about 23 years. Born in Puddington, Northamptonshire. Aged about 52 years
f.59(v) Edward Bennett, of Thakeham, Joiner, where he had lived some 40 years, and before in Warminghurst for 3 years. Born in Thakeham.
Aged about 44 years
[Next case] f.60 Shipley-Churchyard Railing Repairs 3 July 1673
Ex Parte- John Michell and Isaac Greenfield, Churchwardens of Shipley v George Wood, Gent.
f.60 Richard Baall, Senior, of Shipley, Joiner, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged 48 years
f.60(v) Witness: mark
f.60(v) Richard Michell, of Horsham, Yeoman, where he had lived about 4 years and before in Shipley for 20 years and before in Washington for 9 years, and before in Horsham for about 14 years, and before in Shipley for 9 years. Born in Horsham. Aged about 68 years
[Next case] f.61 Testamentary- Will of Richard Bragge 9 October 1673
Ex Parte- Richard May, Esq v Ann Gray Als Bragge and Anthony Gray Her Husband
f.61 Dorothy Clement, wife of Thomas Clement of Chichester, Goldsmith. where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 26 years
f.62 Nicholas Covert, Notary Public, of Chichester, Gent, where he had lived about 15 years, and before in Dorchester for some 8 years. Born in Dorchester. Aged about 32 years
f.63(v) Peter Stuckey, of Chichester, Yeoman, where he had lived about 18 years, and before in the Isle of Wight for about 45 years, where also he was Born. Aged about 65 years
f.64(v) Alan Michell, of Houghton, Gent where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 52 years
[Next case] f.64(v) Richard Young, Citizen and Alderman of Chichester, where he had lived some 27 years. Born in Eastergate. Aged about 42 years
f.65(v) Witness: signature
f.65(v) Nicholas Covert, Notary Public, further Deposed
f.65(v) Susan Bragge, of Chichester, Widow, of Richard Bragge, where she had lived some 45 years. Born in Petersfield, Hampshire. Aged about 51 years
f.66(v) Witness: mark
[Next case] f.67 (see also f.75(v)) Aldingbourne Church - Pew Rights 25 September 1673 Ex Parte- Henry Whittington of Aldingbourne V John Goffe of the Same
f.67 Deponents
f.67 Edward Limbris, of Aldingbourne, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 67 years
f.67(v) Roger Gray, of Aldingbourne, Husbandman, where he had lived some 40 years. Born in Oving. Aged about 72 years
[Next case] f.68(v) Westbourne- Tithes- Ex Parte George Sidgwicke, Clerk and Vicar of Westbourne V Catherine Godfrey of the Same, Spinster [September/October 1673]
f.68(v) William Latter of Westbourne, Yeoman, where he had lived for about 30 years, and before in Appledram for 2 years, and before in Selsey for for about 30 years, where, also, he was born. Aged about 66 years
f.69 John Sidgwick of Chichester, Malster, where he had lived 1 year. Born in Westbourne. Aged about 29 years
[Next case] f.69(v) Custody of Selsey Parish Records- Ex Parte- Thomas Dudman Lately One of the Churchwardens of Selsey V Thomas Sheppard, Also Churchwarden of the Same 9 October 1673
f.69(v)9 Richard Perrin, of Selsey, Husbandman, where he had lived about years, and before in Wickham, Hampshire for about 14 years. Born in Wickham. Aged about 31 years
f.70 Thomas Perrin, of Selsey, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 25 years
[Next case] f.70(v) Tithes- Westbourne- Ex Parte - [not Given] 9 October 1673
f.70(v)
Nicholas Stuart of Prinsted in Westbourne, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 36 years
f.71 Robert Baker, of Prinsted in Westbourne, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 50 years.
[Next case] f.71(v) [No Cause Stated] Ex Parte- Anthony Tompkins, of Bury, and Martha his Wife V William Upperton and Elizabeth, his Wife
Mary Tompkins, of bury, spinster, where she had lived half a year and before in Amberley for 1 year . . . [Deposition not given]
[Next case] f.72 (See also f.79) Aldingbourne Church-Seat Ownership 7 January 1673 Ex Parte- John Goffe V Henry Whittington [Junior]
f.72 Robert Hebberden of Aldingboure, Husbandman, where he had always lived and was Born. Aged about 43 years
f.72 James Wattes, of Aldingbourne, Yeoman, where he had always lived and was Born. Aged about 74 years
[Next case] f.73(see also f.78(v)) Testamentary- Will of Elizabeth Stone, Wife of William Stone Dec'd Ex Parte-Owen Ludgater and Jane his Wife V Edward Morris 9 January 1673/4
f.73 Richard Croucher of Sutton, Yeoman, where he had lived some 18 years, and before in Madehurst for 2 years, and before in East Dean for about 20 years. Born in East Dean. Aged about 42 years
f.73 Elizabeth Croucher, Wife of Richard Croucher of Sutton, Yeoman, where she had lived some 18 years. Born in Selham. Aged about 40 years
f.74 Joseph Trigg, of Halnaker, Servant to Sir William Morley of Balndo [Valdoe in Westhampnett]. Born in Frensham, Surrey. Aged about 23 years
f.74 Robert Trigg of East Dean, Warriner, where he had lived about 2 years, and before in Upwaltham for about 7 years. Born in Frensham.
Aged about 27 years.
f.74(v)
f.74(v) John Randall, of Coates, Yeoman, where he had lived about 12 years, and before in Bury for about 5 years. Born in the Parish of Upwaltham. Aged about 36 years
f.75 Witness: signature
f.75 Richard Croucher, (as above)
Further Deposed
f.75 Elizabeth Croucher, Wife of Richard Croucher (as above)
f.75 Joseph Trigg (as above)
f.75(v) Witness: mark
[Next case] f.75(v) (see also f.67) Aldingbourne Church - Pew Rights Ex
Parte-Goffe V Whittington 13 January 1673/4
f.75(v)
Henry Gadd, of Westergate in Aldingbourne, Butcher, where he had lived about 10 years, and before in the Parish of Eastergate, where he was Born. Aged about 30 years
f.75(v) Witness: signature
[Next case] f.76 Selsey Church Repairs - Taxes Ex Parte-Thomas Sheppard V Thomas Dudman, Churchwarden 13 January 1673/4
Edward Mann, of Selsey, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 44 years
f.76(v) John Thursbie, of Selsey, Fisherman, where he had lived some 21 years and before in the Parish of Sidlesham where also he was Born. Aged about 47 years
f.77(v) John Goodrick, of Selsey, Husbandman, where he had lived about 16 years, and before in the Parish of Birdham for about 3 years. Born in Soberton, Hampshire. Aged about 42 years
f.78 Witness: signature
[Next case] f.78(v) (see also f.73) Testamentary-Will of Elizabeth Stone, Wife of William Stone Dec'd 6 March 1673/4
f.78(v) Edward Morris, Junior, of Selham, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 38 years
[Next case] f.79 (see also f.72 & f.81 (v)) Aldingbourne Church - Pew Rights Ex Parte-Henry Whittington V John Goffe
f.79 Alan GOBLE of Aldingbourne, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 53 years
f.79(v) Witness: signature
[Next case] f.79(v) Tithes - Stoughton 3 and 7 April 1674 Ex Parte-Mr. Jasper Nyeren V Edward Benson, Senior
f.79(v) William Whitborne of Walderton in the Parish of Stoughton, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged 77 years
f.80(v) Witness: mark
f.80(v) Richard Crockford of Upmarden, Yeoman, where he had lived about 22 years, and before in the Parish of Hambledon, Hampshire for about 30 years where, also, he was Born. Aged about 53 years
f.81 Joshua Sone of Upmarden, Husbandman, where he had lived 1 year and before in Stoughton for about 12 years and before in the Parish of Upmarden for 6 years. Born in Stoughton. Aged about 53 years
[Next case] f.81(v) (see also f.72 Aldingbourne Church - Pew Rights Ex Parte- John Goffe V Henry Whittington 8 April 1674
f.81(v) Mary Quennell of London, Widow, Wife of John Quennell, where she had lived about 4 years and before in the Parish of Aldingbourne for about 20 years. Born in Alton, Hampshire. Aged about 45 years.
[Next case] f.82 Testamentary Will- of Mary Batcock decd 30 September 1675 Ex parte- Edward Batcock v Edward Masters
f.82 Thomas Ludgater of East Preston in the Parish of Ferring, Yeoman, where he had lived about 28 years and before in Ham in Angmering for about 20 years, where also, he was Born. Aged about 48 years
f.82(v) Martin Chalke, of East Preston in the Parish of Ferring, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life. Born in Chiddingfold, Surrey. Aged about 25 years
[Next case] f.83 Defamation- Ex parte- Sarah Tilly, wife of Jasper Tilly v Elizabeth Collins 13 October 1675
f.83 Mary Bothell, Wife of Samuel Bothell of Chichester, Glover, where she had lived some 18 years and before in London for about 7 years.
Born in the Isle of Wight, Hampshire. Aged about 35 years
f.83 Mary Goodyer, Wife of Richard Goodyer, of Chichester, Husbandman, where he had lived about 15 years. Born in Cosham in the Parish of Kingston, Hampshire. Aged about 40 years.
f.83(v) Jane Walter of the City of Chichester, Widow, where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 45 years.
f.84 Witness: mark
[Next case] f.84 Steyning church - a quaker's neglect of sacraments therein Ex parte- William Smith, gent of Steyning v John Martin of the same 8 January 1675
f.84 John Hudson, of Steyning, Curryer, where he had lived about 30 years.
Born in Brighton. Aged about 43 years
f.84(v) John Bawcombe of Steyning, Barber, where he had lived all his life, and was Born. Aged about 43 years
f.85(v) Witness: signature
[Next case] f.86 West wittering church- charge on land for church repair of West wittering church 17 March 1675/6
Richard Holmes, of West Wittering, Yeoman, where he had lived some 36 years and before in East Wittering for about 23 years. Aged about 59 years
f.86(v) John Voake of West Wittering, Yeoman, where he had lived since he was Born. Aged about 46 years
f.87 Thomas Forder, of West Wittering, where he had lived since he was Born. Aged about 34 years
f.87(v) Richard Densley, of East Wittering, Husbandman, where he had lived for the space of 20 years, and before in West Wittering for the space of 26 years. Born in West Itchenor. Aged about 70 years
f.88 Witness: mark
[Next case] f.88 Testamentary- will of- [ - ] coles 12 September 1676 Ex parte- Henry Coles v Alice Coles, widow
f.88 William Clement, of Storrington, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 26 years
f.89 Witness: mark
f.89(v) Peter Hobjohn, of Storrington, Yeoman, where he had lived some 17 years, and before in Horsham for 2 years. Born in Coldwaltham. Aged about 45 years
f.90 John Baker, of Wiggonholt, Husbandman, where he had lived some 4 years, and before in Parham for about 7 years and before in Kirdford for about 18 years, where also he was Born. Aged about 35 years
f.90(v) Edward Wadie, of Steyning, Gent, where he had lived some one month, and before in Angmering for about 30 years. Born in Sullington.
Aged about 50 years.
[Next case] f.91 (see 1676 also 3(v) Testamentary- Will of Katherine Kewell of Rustington, widow Ex parte- Richard Cressingham, executor v Thomas Joy 15 September
Of Ep/I/11/18
f.91 John Budd, of Rustington, Husbandman, where he had lived about 4 years and before in Tarring for about 3 years. Born in Lyminster.
Aged about 31 years
f.92 Witness: signature
f.92 Philip Soale of Rustington, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 43 years
f.93 Witness : mark
[Next case] f.93 Testamentary will of Nicholas Bridger of Repton 29 September 1676
f.93 Richard Andrew, of Bepton, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 35 years.
f.94 Thomas Bridger, of Woolbeding, Husbandman, where he had lived about 4 years and before in Chidham for about 10 years. Born in Woodbeding. Aged about 38 years
Witness : signature
William, Cooper, of Stedham, Husbandman, where he had almost always lived. Born at Lurgashall. Aged 55 years [Erased]
[Next case] f.94 (see also f.88 and EpI/11/18 f.1) Testamentary- will of [ - ] coles 14 October 1676 Ex parte- Alice Coles v Henry Coles dec'd
f.94 John Sturt, of Heyshott, Husbandman, where he had lived some 4 years, and before in Storrington for about 7 years and before in Heyshott for about 8 years. Born in Tillington. Aged about 35 years.
f.94(v) Witness: signature
f.94(v) Elizabeth Sturt, Wife of John Sturt of Heyshott, Yeoman, where she had lived some 20 years. Aged 53 years. Born in Tillington
f.95 Witness : mark
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f2. Ex pte Kennett, Kennett & Kennett v Kennett.
Parish: Durrington. Cause: Testamentary, will of John Kennett. Undated; before July 1592.
f2. Dep. Johanna Kent wife of Edward Kent of Durrington.
Lived Durrington 28 years. Born Wiston. Age 50. Wit. mk.
f2v. Dep. Henry Barnard yeomen of Durrington. Lived Durrington 3 weeks. Born Goring. Age 43. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f3v. Ex pte Thomas Burill executor of the will of Reginald West v Katherine West. Parish. Petworth. Cause: Testamentary, will of Reginald West. Undated; before July 1592.
f3v. Dep. Henry Wakeford. Born Petworth. Age 58. Wit. mk.
f4. Dep. Arnold Sturt. Lived Petworth 20 years. Before lived Isle of Wight 3 years. Born Godalming. Age 44. Wit. mk.
f5. Dep. William Smart. Lived Petworth 24 years. Before lived Brighthelmstone 1½ years. Born Petworth. Age 50. Wit. mk.
f5v. Dep. William Foord senior. Born Petworth. Age 40. Wit. mk.
[Next case] f6 Ex pte Tobias Langham v Peter Smith. Parish Hampnett.
Cause: defamation or clerical misconduct. Date: 10 July 1592.
f6. Dep. John Float husbandman of Hampnett. Lived Hampnett 31 years. Before lived Boxgrove 12 years. Born Greene, Sussex. Age 50. Wit. mk.
f6. Dep. Thomas Pruer husbandman of Hampnett. Lived Hampnett 3 years. Born Boxgrove. Age 28. Wit. mk.
f6v. Dep. George Bet labourer. Born Hampnett. Age 40. Wit. mk.
f6v. Dep. Simon Saunder husbandman of Hunston. Lived Hunston 40 years. Born Chichester. Age 60. Wit. mk.
f6v. Dep. John Caplin husbandman of Hunston. Born Hunston.
Age 30. Wit. mk.
f7. Dep. John Allen tailor of Charlton. Lived Charlton 17 years. Born West Dean. Age 46. Wit. mk.
[Next case] f8. Examination of Thomas Kent. Parish: Lodsworth.
Cause: fornication. (No other details) Wit. mk.
[Next case] f8. Ex pte William Grevet v Joan Greenfield
f8. Personal responses of Joan Greenfield. Parish: not stated. Cause: matrimonial. (No other details). Wit. mk.
[Next case] f8v. Ex pte Shirley, Mayor & Jeffrey v Woods. Parish: Bosham.
Cause: tithes. Date: 14 July 1592
f8v. Dep. Richard Cooles of Donnington. Lived Donnington 22 years. Before lived Westbourne 3 years. Born Privett, Hants. Age 52. Wit. mk.
f9. Dep. Thomas Horsley husbandman of Bosham. Lived all his life in Bosham except for 8 years in Farlington Hants. Age 61. Wit. mk.
f9v. Dep. John Bowen of Chichester. Lived Chichester 24 years. Born Hayling, Hants. Age 37. Wit. mk.
N.B. This deposition has been crossed out.
f10. Dep. William Hildrop yeoman of Bosham. Born Bosham. Age 42. Wit. sign.
f10v. Dep. William Grigg husbandman of Bosham. Born Bosham.
Age 50. Wit. mk.
f11. Dep. William Hosier husbandman of Bosham. Lived Bosham 7 years. Before lived Tortington 12 years. Born Amberley. Age 48. Wit. mk.
f11v. Dep. John Hasted husbandman of Bosham. Lived Bosham 17 years. Born West Stoke. Age 32. Wit.sign.
[Next case] f13. Ex pte Joan Mose v Henry Standen. Parish: Eastergate.
Cause: matrimonial. Date; 21 July 1592.
f13. Dep. Ralph Erle vicar of Eartham. Lived Eartham 18 years. Born Nottingham. Age 43. Wit.sign.
f13v. Dep. John Martyn husbandman of Eastergate. Lived Eastergate 23 years. Before lived Tillington 11 years.
Born East Lavant. Age 52. Wit. mk.
Continued at f24v below.
[Next case] f15. Ex pte Weston v Barwick. Parish: prebend of Somerley.
Cause: tithes. Date: 30 Sep. 1592.
f15. Dep. Richard Crosby husbandman of East Wittering. Born Somerley. Age 63. Wit.mk.
f15v. Dep. Richard Barwick prebendary of Somerley. Prebendary 14 years. Born Elsted. Age 39. Wit.sign.
f16. Dep. George Ardern gent of Chichester. Born Chichester. Age 37. Wit.sign.
[Next case] f17. Ex pte Daniel Hanson cleric v John Trivett. Parish: North Mundham. Cause: suppression of May games & dancing. Date: 22 Sep. 1592.
f17. Dep. Richard Bowyer gent of North Mundham. Born London. Age 49. Wit.sign.
f17v. Dep. Dennis Geere yeoman of North Mundham. Lived N. Mundham 7 years. Before lived Bletchingly Hants 3 years. Born Wivelsfield. Age 26. Wit.sign.
f17v. Dep. John Gale husbandman of N. Mundham. Born N. Mundham. Age 30. Wit.sign.
f18. Dep. Jeremiah Stowell husbandman of N. Mundham. Lived N. Mundham 14 years. Born Sidlesham. Age 40.
Wit.mk.
f18v. Dep. Richard Carpenter tailor of N. Mundham. Lived N. Mundham 19 years. Before lived Oving 4 years. Before lived Chichester 4 years. Born N. Mundham. Age 44. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f19v. Examination of John Briscoe vicar of Rustington.
Parish: Rustington. Cause: Puritanism. Date: 30 Sep 1592.
[Next case] f20. Ex pte John Greenfield v William Weller. Parish: Burpham. Cause: testamentary will of Nicholas Greenfield.
Undated between 30 Sep - 7 Oct 1592
f20. Dep. Richard Linsur husbandman of Burpham. Born Burpham.
Age 29. Wit.mk.
f20. Dep. Edward Belchamber husbandman of Burpham. Lived Burpham 20 years. Born Angmering. Age 32. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f21. Ex pte Agnes Kemp v Eleanora Eglie alias Kemp. Parish: Selsey. Cause: Testamentary will of John Kemp senior.
Date: 30 Sep. 1592.
f21. Dep. Richard Woodland husbandman of Selsey. Born Selsey. Age 37. Wit.sign.
f21v. Dep. Esward Mann husbandman of Selsey. Lived Selsey 60 years. Born Earnley. Age 60. Wit.mk.
Continued at f30 below.
[Next case] f22v. Ex pte Anthony Moorey v [ ] Gore. Parish: Funtington. Cause: tithes. Undated between 30 Sep & 27 Oct 1592.
f22v. Dep. John Temys gent of Funtington. Born Funtington.
Age 50. Wit.sign.
f23. Dep. Edward Lucas blacksmith of Funtington. Lived Funtington 13 years. Born Tarring. Age 38. Wit.mk.
f23v. Dep. John Leere weaver of Funtington. Lived Funtington 20 years. Before lived Stoughton 10 years. Before lived Westbourne 8 years. Before lived suburbs of Chichester 3 years. Born Lurgashall. Age 50. Wit.mk.
[Next case] Continued from f13 above.
f24v. Dep. Richard Smith senior, yeoman of Eastergate. Lived Eastergate 70 years. Born Oving. Age 72. Wit.sign.
f26. Dep. Ralph Erle. See f13 above.
f26. Dep. Henry Mose tailor of Aldingbourne. Lived Aldingbourne 12 years. Before lived Eastergate 16 years. Born Tillington. Age 56. Wit.mk.
f26v. Dep. William Beding tailor of Climping. Lived Climping since last Michaelmas. Before lived Eastergate 8 years. Before lived Sutton 25 years. Before lived Petworth 18 years. Born Washington. Age 74. Wit.mk.
f27. Dep. Richard Fowler tailor of Southwick, Hants. Lived Southwick 12 years. Before lived Havant 3 years. Before lived Midhurst 2 years. Before lived Swallowfield, Berks. 2 years. Before lived Eastergate the exact time he does not recall. Born Southwick. Age 34. Wit.sign.
[Next case] f28 Examination of Edward Ayling husbandman of Midhurst. (No other details) Wit.mk. Date: 18 Nov 1592.
Parish: Midhurst. Cause: a charge of recusancy against Mr Grey of Cowdray House.
Continued at f 31 below.
f28. Examination of Joan Gosden wife of John Gosden of Easebourne (No other details). Date: 10 Feb 1592/3.
Cause: William Rydale presented for failing to have his child baptised. Wit.mk.
f28. Examination of Godly Harding wife of Thomas Harding of Easebourne (No other details). Cause: as above.
[Next case] f29. Examination of Mr William Wilson clerk of Petworth (No other details) on a charge of his falling to conform to the Prayer Book form of baptism. Date: 27 Oct 1592.
[Next case] Continued from f21 above.
f30. Dep. Richard Knight husbandman of Selsey. Lived Selsey 30 years. Before lived Bersted 20 years. Born Felpham. Age 50. Wit.mk.
f30v. Dep. Richard Rolf husbandman of Selsey. Lived Selsey 10 years. Before lived Selsey (sic) 3 years. Before lived Yapton 2 years. Before lived Thorney 4 years. Before lived Westbourne 14 years, Before lived Chidham 1 month. Born Stoughton. Age 40. Wit.mk.
[Next case] Continued from f28 above.
f31v. Dep. Edward Ayling. See f28 above. Date: 16 Dec 1592.
[Next case] f32. [ v ] Date: 8 Jan 1592/3
Parish: Petworth. Cause: testamentary will of Richard Alderton.
f32. Dep, John Piper dyer of Petworth. Lived Petworth 26 years. Born Duncton. Age 55. Wit.mk.
f32v. Dep. John Alderton husbandman of Petworth. Born Petworth. Age 40. Wit.mk.
f33. Dep. William Heath yeoman of Petworth. Born Petworth. Age 38. Wit.sign.
[Next case] f34. Ex pte Elizabeth Parham widow v executors. Parish: Littlehampton. Cause: testamentary will of Thomas Parham.
No date; between 8 Jan-15 Feb 1592/3
f34. Dep. Edward Catly yeoman of Poling. Born Goring. Age 50.
Wit.sign.
f34v. Dep. John Kewell husbandman of Littlehampton. Born Littlehampton. Age 40. Wit.mk.
f35. Dep. Richard Arnold husbandman of Lyminster. Lived Lyminster 22 years. Born Littlehampton. Age 68. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f37. Examination of John Artlett (No other details), concerning the administration of the property of Margaret Osborne deceased widow of Nicholas Osborne of Birdham.
No date: Between Jan/June 1593. No mk. no sign.
[Next case] f38. Ex pte John Cooper senior executor of the will of Elizabeth Beach v Thomas Hammond. Date: between Jan - June 1593. Parish: Bosham. Cause: testamentary will of Elizabeth Beach.
f38. Dep. Richard Markwyk yeoman of Bosham. Born Bosham.
Age 22. Wit.sign.
f38. Dep. John Moore husbandman of Bosham. Lived Bosham 14 years. Born Titchfield, Hants. Age 23. Wit.mk.
f38v. Dep. Alice Moore wife of John Moore. Born Bosham.
Age 26. Wit.mk.
f38v. Dep. Dorothy Wyatt spinster of Bosham. Lived Bosham 3 years. Born Poling. Age 20. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f40. Ex pte Thomas Horley v Bede Goodacres. Parish: Ashurst.
Cause: defamation. Date: 13 Jun 1593.
f40. Dep. John Davenport gent of Bramber. Lived Bramber 3 weeks. Before lived Steyning 9 years. Before lived Cowfold 3 years. Born Tarporley, Cheshire. Age 38.
f40v. Dep. Richard Picknoll husbandman of Ashurst. Lived Ashurst since last Feast of St Mary. Before lived West Grinstead 2 years. Born Burwash. Age 23. Wit.mk.
f41. Dep. James Arnold husbandman of Ashurst. Born Ashurst.
Age 50. Wit.mk.
f41v. Dep. Thomas Titchenor stone helyer of Ashurst. Lived Ashurst 18 years. Born Rusper. Age 59. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f42v. Ex pte Boaner v Pratt alias Bromham. Parish: North Mundham. Cause: testamentary will of William Broman.
No date between Jan-Mar 1593.
f42v. Dep. Dennis Geere of North Mundham Lived N. Mundham 9 years. Before lived Bletchingley, Surrey 2 years.
Born Wivelsfield. Age 27. No mk. No sign.
f43. Dep. Daniel Hanson vicar of N. Mundham. Lived N. Mundham 15 years. Born Tewksbury, Gloucs. Age 46. Wit.sign.
f43v. Dep. William Bromham husbandman of N. Mundham. Lived N. Mundham 20 years. Born Westbourne. Age 33,. Wit.mk.
f44. Dep. Joan wife of William Bromham of Mundham husbandman. Lived Mundham 6 months. Before lived Oving 7 years.
Before lived Aldingbourne 3 years. Born St Peters, Chichester. Age 27. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f46. Ex pte Chitty v Knight. Parish: Lyminster. Cause: tithes. No date; between Jan - Mar 1593.
f46. Dep. John Ford yeoman of Sutton. Lived Sutton 38 years. Before lived Littlehampton 8 years. Born Lyminster.
Age 74. Wit.mk.
f46v. Dep. William Oliver yeoman of Clapham. Lived Clapham 3 years. Born Lyminster. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f47. Dep. William Parson, yeoman of Middleton. Lived Middleton 3 months. Born Lyminster. Age 59. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f49. Ex pte William Goter (=Goacher?) v Thomas Goter. Parish: Sidlesham. Cause: Testamentary will of Robert Goter.
No date; between Jan-Mar 1593.
f49. Dep. Matilda alias Molld Goter widow of Chichester. Lived Chichester 1 month. Before lived Sidlesham 22 years. Before lived Atherton, I.O.W. 14 years. Born Pulborough. Age 71. Wit.mk.
f49v. Dep. Robert Bailey husbandman of Sidlesham. Lived Sidlesham 23 years. Before lived Wyke 5 years. Before lived Braden, I.O.W. 7 years. Born Shopnam(?), Worcs.
Age 60. Wit.mk.
f50. Ex pte Edmund Peachey yeoman of Chichester. Lived Chichester 1¼ years. Before lived Sidlesham 6 years. Born Eastergate. Age 27. Wit.sign.
[Next case] f51. Ex pte James Sanders and Anthony Rode v the youngest daughter of the late Margaret Sanders (not named).
Parish: Bury. Cause: testamentary will of Margaret Sanders.
No date; between Jan - Mar 1593.
f51. Dep. Roger Brookfield husbandman of Cold Waltham. Born Cold Waltham Age 43. Wit.mk.
f52. Dep. John Braby husbandman of Cold Waltham. Born Cold Waltham. Age 40. Wit. sign.
f53. Dep. Henry Piper. husbandman of Bury. Born Bury. Age 40. Wit. mk.
[Next case] f55. Ex pte Anthony Strong v Thomas Strong. Parish: Barnham. Cause: testamentary will of Richard Strong. No date; between Jan - Mar 1593.
f55. Dep. John Tilly yeoman of Barnham. Lived Barnham 14 years. Born St Pancras, Chichester. Age 28. Wit. sign.
f55v. Dep. Richard Pratt husbandman of Yapton. Lived Yapton 25 years. Before lived Eartham 7 years. Born Stopham. Age 40. Wit. mk.
f56v. Dep. Thomas Strong. No details Wit. sign.
[Next case] f57. Ex pte Pellett v Stanley. Parish: Bignor. Cause: Vicar's rights of pasturage. Date: 10 Mar 1593/4.
f57. Dep. John Coote husbandman of Eartham. Lived Eartham 1 year. Born Bignor. Age 67. Wit. mk.
f58. Dep. Thomas North husbandman of Bignor. Lived Bignor 51 years. Before lived North Stoke 3 years. Before lived Madehurst 14 years. Born Bury. Age 74. Wit. mk.
f59. Dep. Anthony Coote husbandman of Bignor. Born Bignor. Age 77. Wit. mk.
[Next case] f60. Ex pte Saunders and Anthony Read v Pannell alias Saunders. Parish: Bury. Cause: testamentary will of Edward Saunders. No date; between Mar-July 1594
f60. Dep. Thomas Scarborough vicar of Bury. Lived Bury 18 years. Born Norwich. Age 56. Wit. sign.
f61. Dep. Nicholas Willard wheelwright of Cold Waltham. Lived Coldwaltham 27 years. Born Bury. Age 48. Wit. mk.
Continued at f64 below.
[Next case] f62. Ex pte Thomas Stubber v Richard Ernley and John Barlow.
Parish: not stated. Cause: testamentary will of Peter Stubber. No date; between Mar-July 1594
f62. Dep. Thomas Ballard labourer of Portsea, Hants. Born Portsea. Age 45. Wit. mk.
f62v. Dep. Thomas Saunders husbandman of Portsea. Lived Portsea 1 year. Before lived Wymering 14 years. Before lived Stoughton 3 years. Before lived Upmarden 7 years. Born Westbourne. Age 43. Wit. mk.
f63. Dep. John Lazenby husbandman of Portsea. Born Portsea. Age 30. Wit. mk.
[Next case] Continued from f 61v above.
f64. Dep. John Lucas widow of Bury. Born Bury Age 57. Wit.mk.
f65. Dep. Mary Sargent of Bury wife of John Sargent husbandman of Bury. Lived Bury 7 years. Before lived Stopham 3 years. Born Bikner(?), Monmouth. Age 22. Wit. mk.
65v. Dep. John Braby carpenter of Cold Waltham. Born Cold Waltham. Age 23. Wit.mk.
f66. Dep. Thomas Saunders wheelwright of Bury. Born Bury. Age 59. Wit.mk.
f66v. Dep. Elizabeth Marland alias Saunders, wife of John Marland of Boxgrove. Lived Boxgrove 4 years. Before lived Littlehampton 1 year. Born Bury. Age 33. Wit.mk.
f67. Dep. Margaret Saunders alias Pricklove wife of Thomas Pricklove of Bury, Born Bury. Age 40. No mk. No sign.
See also f76
[Next case] f68. Ex pte Robert Alywin executor of John Aylwin v Nicholas Streton. Parish: Chilgrove. Cause: testamentary will of John Aylwin. No date between Mar - July 1594.
f68. Dep. John Tregoose yeoman of West Dean. Born West Dean. Age 55. Wit.mk.
f68v. Dep. Agnes Standen spinster of Chilgrove. Lived Chilgrove 6 years. Born Trotton. Age 25. Wit.mk.
f69. Dep. William Aylwin husbandman of West Dean. Lived West Dean 3 years. Before lived Didling 17 years. Before lived Rogate 1 year. Before lived Ashling 6 years. Born Chichester. Age 65. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f70. Ex pte Richard Barwick v (1) Henry Colpis, (2) William Colpis (3) William Hackett. Parish: Compton. Cause: Tithes.
No date; between Mar - July 1594.
f70. Dep. Nicholas Colpis mariner of Portsea Hants. Lived Portsea 27 years. Before lived Hartfield, Hants 3 years. Born Compton. Age 62. Wit.mk.
f70(a)v. Dep. William Pax husbandman of Charlton Hants. Lived Charlton all his life except 3 years in Compton in Queen Mary's time. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f71v. Dep. Roger Soane yeoman of Stoughton. Lived Stoughton all his lfe except 12 years in Upmarden. Age 60. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f73. Ex pte Robert Langley and Henry Piper v Benjamin Blunden. Parish: Upwaltham. Cause testamentary will of Thomas Dyer alias Alderton. No date; about July 1594.
f73. Dep. John Leigh rector of Upwaltham. Lived Upwaltham 2 years. Born Prescott, Lance. Age 27. Wit.sign.
f74. Dep. Robert Brinkwell tailor of Fittleworth. Lived Fittleworth 2 years. Born Petworth. Age 22. Wit.sign. Continued at f83 below.
[Next case] f76. Ex pte [ ] v Margaret Saunders alias Pricklove. Parish: Bury. Cause: testamentary will of Edward Saunders. No date: about July 1594.
f76. Dep. Joan Rason spinster of Longridge(?), Surrey. Lived Longridge 1 years. Before lived Westerham, Kent. 2 years. Born Bury. Age 25. Wit.mk.
See below f94.
[Next case] f77. Ex pte Joan Gilbank v William Leach. Parish: Felpham. Cause: defamation. No date; about July 1594.
f77. Dep. John Reader fisherman of Felpham. Lived Felpham 20 years. Before lived Bersted. Born Felpham. Age 45. Wit.mk.
f77.v Dep. Agnes wife of Robert Tyrrell lacquerer of Felpham. Born Feloham. Age 27. Wit.mk.
[Next case] Ex pte Thomas Cooke v John Stone. Parish: Fittleworth. Cause: See below f93
f78. defamation. No date; about July 1594.
f78. Dep. William Wase yeoman of Fittleworth. Lived Fittleworth 5 years. Before lived Cold Waltham 2 years. Before lived Pulborough 2 years. Born Fittleworth. Age 29. Wit.sign.
f78v. Dep. Richard Gunter linendraper of Fittleworth. Lived Fittleworth since last Christmas. Before lived Billingshurst 7½ years. Before lived Pulborough 8 years. Born Ashurst. No age. Wit.sign.
f79. Dep. Richard South tailor of Fittleworth. Born Fittleworth. Age 58. Wit.mk.
f79v. Dep. Robert Fogden smith of Fittleworth. Born Fittleworth. Age 30. Wit.sign.
[Next case] f80v. [ ] v Agnes Sturt. Parish: Climping. Cause: testamentary will of John Joye. No date; about July 1594.
f80v. Dep. Andrew Hartley. (No other details).
[Next case] f81. Ex pte Richard Streater junior v Thomas Pinfold. Parish: Itchenfield. Cause: testamentary will of Richard Streatfield senior. No date; about July 1594.
f81. Dep. Edward Fist husbandman of Itchingfield. Born Itchingfield. Age 62. Wit.mk.
f81v. Dep. Edward Fist junior husbandman of Itchingfield. Born Itchingfield. Age 24. Wit.mk.
f82. Dep. John Gorindge husbandman of Itchingfield. Lived Itchingfield 20 years. Born Horsham. Age 45. Wit.mk.
f82v. Dep. Henry Pinfold yeoman of Warnham. Born Warnham. Age 56. Wit.mk.
Continued at f 88 below.
[Next case] Continued from f 74 above.
f83. Dep. Edward Bangor, B.A., rural dean of Fittleworth. Lived Fittleworth 2 years. Before lived Littlehampton 1 year. Before lived Bignor 2 years. Before at Oxford University 5 years. Born Bangor, Wales. Age 28. Wit.sign.
f84. Dep. Richard Gunter linendraper of Fittleworth. Lived Fittleworth ¾ year. Before lived Billingshurst 1¼ years. Before lived Pulborough 8/9 years. Before lived Bolney 4/5 years. Before lived Chichester 6/7 years. Born Ashurst. Age 50. See also f78v. Wit.sign.
f84v. Dep. Nicholas Coward tailor of Stopham. Lived Stopham 5 years. Before lived Pulborough 20 years. Before lived Greatham 10 years. Before lived Winchester 8 years. Born Ditchling. Age 56. No mk. No sign. Continued at f87 below.
[Next case] Continued from f69 above. Date: 19 July 1594.
f87. Dep. Anne Holmes widow of Charlton. Lived Charlton 40 years. Born West Stoke. Age 52. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f87. Continued from f84v above.
Dep. Nicholas Coward. See f84v above.
[Next case] Continued from f82v. above.
f88. Dep. John Fist yeoman of Itchingfield. Lived Itchingfield 17/18 years. Before lived Heringham 1 year. Born Itchingfield. Age 40. No mk. No sign.
f88v. Dep. Thomas Mill husbandman of Horsham. Lived Horsham 10 years. Born Horley, Surrey. Age 42. No mk. No sign.
Contd at f 99 below.
[Next case] f89v. Ex pte Anne Warner v Walsingham Kemp. Date: July-Dec 1594.
Parish: Sidlesham. Cause: defamation.
f89v. Dep. Anne Totty wife of Richard Totty of Sidlesham. Born Fishbourne. Age 32. Wit.mk.
f89v. Dep. Sara wife of Robert James of Sidlesham. Born London. Age 35. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f90. Ex pte Sutton v. Henry Weston. Date: July-Dec 1594.
Parishes: Sidlesham, Earnley & East Wittering. Cause: tithes.
f90. Dep. Edward Hush gent of Selsey. Lived Selsey 7 years. Born Sidlesham. Age 67. Wit. Sign.
f91. Dep. William Rusbridger yeoman of East Wittering. Lived E. Wittering 36 years. Born Birdham. Age 42.
Contd. at f 133v below.
[Next case] f93. Ex pte John Stone v Thomas Cooke. Date: July-Dec 1594.
See also f78
Parish: Fittleworth. Cause: Defamation fornication.
f93. Dep. John Parker gardener of East Hoathley. Lived E. Hoathley 3 weeks. Before lived Hangleton 8 weeks. Before lived Petworth from Shrovetide last till 14 days since midsummer. Before lived London 30 years. Born Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Age 43. Wit.mk.
Contd. at f96 below.
[Next case] See also f60
f94. Ex pte Pannell alias Saunders v. Thomas Saunders. Date: July-Dec 1594. Parish: Bury. Cause: Defamation.
f94. Dep. Clament Tupper husbandman of Bury% Born Bury. Age 43. Wit.sign.
f94v. Dep. William Lucas husbandman of Bury. Lived Bury 54 years. Born Houghton, Sx. Age 55. Wit.mk.
Contd. at f 165 below.
[Next case] f96. Contd. from f93 above.
Dep. John Lane husbandman of Fittleworth. Lived Fittleworth 40 years. Born Pulborough. Age 43. Wit.mk.
f97. Dep. William Coles tanner of Fittleworth. Lived Fittleworth 20 years. Born Subberton, Hants. Wit.mk.
f97v. Dep. James Hammond Cooper of Fittleworth. Lived Fittleworth 3 years. Born Stopham. Age 50. Wit.mk.
Contd. at f104 below.
[Next case] Contd. from f88v above.
f99. Dep. John Bowker yeoman of Itchingfield. Lived Itchingfield 20 years. Born Ashington. Age 50. Wit.mk.
f100. Dep. Roger Cooper husbandman of Itchingfield. Born Itchingfield. Age 33. Wit. mk.
f101. Dep. George Kemsall husbandman of Itchingfield. Lived Itchingfield 7 years. Born Charlwood, Surrey Age 26. Wit.mk.
f101v. Dep. Thomas Holland husbandman of Slinfold. Lived Slinfold 12 years. Born Sullington. Age 54. Wit.mk.
[Next case] Contd from f97 above. Date: 9 Dec 1594.
f104. Dep. Henry Gemes (James) head ostler at the Sign of the Lion, Highgate, Mdx. Lived Highgate 13 years. Before lived St Andrews, Holborn 2 years. Before lived St Sepulchre, Moorgate, London at the Sign of the Prawn in Smithfield 5 years. Before was soldier for 5 years in Normandy (in partibus normanniae). Before was sailor on the Elias (?) at Hampton Magna 8 months. Before was pressganged as a sailor on the Amity of Limehouse. Born Farrington, Hants. Age 30. [(?) impossible!] Wit.sign.
f105v. Dep. John Gyll woolwinder of St Mary Overy, Surreyl lived St Mary Overy 24 years. Before lived St Botolph's without the Gate, London 10 years. Born Barking, London (sic). Age 52. Wit.sign.
f106v. Dep. Martin Blackwell joiner of Turnbull St., St Nicholas, London. Before lived Southwark, Surrey 7 years. Born Beverley, Yorks. Age 31. Wit.mk.
f107. Dep. Anthony Mondfyld of Petworth, servant to the Duke of Northumberland. Lived Petworth 8 years. Before lived Rakeby(?) in county of Richmond 7 years. Before lived St Mary Overy, nr. London Bridge 5 years. Born Egilston (=Eccleston?) Abbey Stamford, County of Richmond. Age 35. Wit.mk.
f108. Dep. William Smith husbandman of Sullington. Lived Sullington 9 years. Before lived Petworth 1 year. Before lived Easebourne 2 years. Born Oking (Woking?) Surrey. Age 30. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f110. Ex pte William Rusbridger and Richard Holden v Veere. Date: Dec 1594-Mar 1595. Cause: testamentary, will of William Smith. Parish: East Wittering.
f110. Dep. John Carter husbandman of East Wittering. Lived E. Wittering 15 years. Before lived W. Wittering 4 years. Before lived Sidlesham 10 years. Born Steyning. Age 46. Wit.mk.
f111. Dep. Edward Lee husbandman of W. Wittering. Born W. Wittering, Age 24. Wit.mk.
f112. Dep. Robert Smith husbandman of Birdham. Lived Birdham 4 years. Before lived Oving 3 years. Before lived Chichester 3 years. Born Birdham. Age 26. Wit.sign.
f112v. Dep. John Mold husbandman of Birdham. Lived Birdham 9½ years. Before lived Wonersh Surrey 3 years. Born Harting. Age 24. Wit.sign.
f113v. Dep. Henry Mold husbandman of E. Wittering. Lived E. Wittering 1 year. Before lived Bramshott Hants 1 year. Born Harting. Age 23. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f114v. Ex pte Bridget Jupp v. Edward Hayler. Date: Dec 1594-Mar 1595. Parish: Shipley. Cause: defamation.
f114v. Dep. Alice wife of Carrell Wood husbandman of Shipley. Lived Shipley 15 years. Before lived Sullington 12 years. Before lived Washington 3 years. Born Heyshott. Age 40. Wit.mk.
f115. Dep. Joan Patch wife of George Patch husbandman of Shipley. Lived Shipley 31 years. Born Billingshurst. Age 66. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f116. Ex pte Sara Wilkins v Alice Fleate. Date: 22 March 1594/5. Parish: Kingston. Cause: defamation.
f116. Dep. Robert Fergeese Lived Kingston 7 months. Before lived Arundel 2 years 7 months (?). Born Durham. Age 25. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f117. Ex pte Alice Parson v John Swift. Date: 1595/6.
Parish: Sompting. Cause: matrimonial (breach of promise).
f117. Dep. Thomas Oliver husbandman of Shoreham. Lived Shoreham 10 years. Before lived Lancing 1 year. Before lived Alfriston 2 years. Before lived Tarring 3 years. Born Goring. Age 33. Wit.mk.
f117. Dep. Elizabeth Swift wife of Edward Swift of Sompting. Lived Sompting 34 years. Born Broadwater. Age 54. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f118. Ex pte Tribe and Shotter v. James Challen. Date: 1595/6.
Parish: Fernhurst. Cause: church rate boundary dispute.
f118. Dep. Thomas Farnden husbandman of Fernhurst, Hants(sic). Lived Fernhurst 30 years. Born Haslemere Surrey. Age 40. Wit.mk.
f119. Dep. Walter Skidmore husbandman of Fernhurst, Sx. Lived Fernhurst 30 years. Born Sorchinfield (?), Herefords. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f119v. Dep. Richard Howicke hunbandman of Fernhurst. Born Fernhurst. Age 66. Wit.mk.
f120v. Dep. William Shotter turner of Fernhurst. Born Fernhurst. Age 79. Wit.mk.
f121. Dep. William Boxall husbandman of Fernhurst. Lived Fernhurst Surrey (sic)25 years. Before lived Lodsworth 6 years. Before lived Frensham Surrey 7 years. Born Fernhurst. Age 79. Wit.mk.
f122. Dep. John Heyward bellows maker of Fernhurst. Born Fernhurst. Age 65. Wit.mk.
f122v. Dep. Thomas Wakeford husbandman of Fernhurst. Born Fernhurst. Age 50. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f124, Ex pte William Skyte v Jacquemine Clarke. Date: 1595/6. Parish: Heyshott. Cause: defamation.
f124. Dep. Mary Elmes singlewoman of Heyshott. Lived Heyshott 6 years. Born Hunston. Age 20. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f124v. Ex pte Robert Johnson of Chiltington v Richard Beach. Date: 1595/6. Parish: Chiltington. Cause: defamation.
f124v. Dep. John Greenfield husbandman of Wiggonholt. Lived Wiggonholt 3 years. Before lived Chiltington 4 years. Born Pulborough. Age 21. Wit.mk.
f125. Dep. William Master B.A., Oxon. Rector of Wiggonholt. With Greatham. Lived Wiggonholt 4 years. Born Marton, Oxon. Age 29. Wit.sign.
[Next case] f126. Ex pte Bradshaw Drue executor of Dorothy Drue widow deceased v Ingram alias Drue. Date: 1596 (no day or month). Parish: Funtington. Cause: testamentary will of Dorothy Drue, unpaid debt.
f126. Dep. Tannat Richards of Densworth, Funtington servant to Bradshaw Drue gent. Lived Funtington 1 years Born Llanymynech, Shropshire. Wit.sign.
f126. Dep. John Pescott of Chichester Sun Deanery servant to Alderman John Romyn. Lived Chichester 5 years. Born East Meon Hants. Age 20. Wit.sign.
f126v. Dep. William Till tailor of Chichester Sub Deanery. Lived Chichester 4 years. Born Almondington. Age 36. Wit.sign.
f126v. Dep. James Drue gent of Densworth, Funtington. Born Chichester Sub Deanery. Age 23. No mk, no sign.
f127. Dep. James Drue gent of Densworth, Funtington. Born Chichester Sub Deanery. Age 24. Wit.sign.
f127. Dep. Eleanore wife of Bradshaw Drue gent of Densworth etc. Lived Densworth 1 year. Before lived Claphall Beds 16 years. Born Gravenest (=Gravenhurst) Beds. Age 21. No mk. no sign.
[Next case] f127v. Ex pte Francis Greenfield son and executor of John Greenfield senior v Richard, William & John Greenfield. Date: 1596/7.. Parish: Pulborough. Cause: testamentary.
f127v. Dep. John Brookfield husbandman of Pulborough. Lived Pulborough 30 years. Before lived Cold Waltham 3 years. Before lived Chiltington 8 years. Born Cold Waltham. Age 60. Wit.sign.
f127a. Dep. Richard Greenfield smith of Billingshurst. Born Billingshurst. Age 57. Wit.mk.
f127a. Dep. William Greenfield glover of Tortington. Lived Tortington 8 years. Before lived Arundel 30 years. Born Pulborough. Age 55. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f128. Ex pte William Hyde rector of Bosham v [ ] Date: 1596/7. Parishes: Bosham, West Ashling & Funtington. Cause: tithes.
f128. Dep. John Coldell husbandman of Funtington. Lived Funtington 26 years. Before lived Bosham 15 years. Before lived Drayton, Oving. Born Funtington. Age 66. Wit.mk.
f128v. Dep. John Ayre husbandman of Bosham. Lived Bosham 40 years. Born Hunston. Age 65. Wit.mk.
f129v. Dep. Richard Holly husbandman of West Ashling. Born W. Ashling Age 60. Wit.mk.
f130. Dep. Michael Case yeoman of W. Ashling. Lived W. Ashling 23 years. Before lived Warnlington 3 years. Before lived Beriton Hants 2 years. Before lived Bosham 12 years. Born Haslemere, Surrey. Age 56. Wit.sign.
f130v. Dep. Michael Mill labourer of Bosham. Lived Bosham 46 years. Born East Meon Hants. Age 76. Wit.mk.
f131. Dep. Thomas Horsley husbandman of Bosham. Born Bosham. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f131a. Dep. Edward Millington husbandman of Bosham. Born Bosham. Age 71. Wit.mk.
f132. Dep. Richard Wells husbandman of Bosham. Born Bosham. Age 40. Wit.mk.
f132v. Dep. John Bull husbandman of Birdham. Lived Birdham 3 years. Before lived Appledram 16 years. Before lived Bosham 22 years. Before lived Fishbourne 7 years. Born Walton on Thames Surrey. Age 80. Wit.mk.
[Next case] Contd. from f 91 above.
f133v. Dep. Richard Palmer husbandman of North Bersted. Lived N. Bersted 16 years. Before lived Almondington 6 years. Before lived Sidlesham 21 years. Born Earnley. Age 60. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f136. Ex pte Richard Taylor v Richard Fitzherbert. Date: 1596/7.
Parish: Aldingbourne. Cause: testamentary will of Thomas Bickley, Bishop of Chichester.
f136. Dep. John Stanmer of Addingbourne servant to Thomas Bickley. Lived Aldingbourne 3 years. Born Andover Hants. Age 23. Wit.sign.
136v. Dep. Henry Ball, professor of theology, precentor of Chichester cathedral and archdeacon. Born Lichfield, Staffs.
Age 42. Wit. sign.
f137v. Dep. Francis Coulstone formerly servant to Thomas Bickley for 8 years. Born Bulwick, Northants. Age 28. Wit. sign.
f138. Dep. Thomas Harris yeoman of Donnington, formerly servant to Thomas Bickley for 4 years. Born Woodford, Northants.
Age 36. Wit.sign.
f138v. Dep. Richard Juxon gent and notary public of Chichester.
Lived Chichester 25 years. Born London. Age 54. Wit. sign.
f139v. Dep. Christopher Saxpes gent of Aldingbourne. Lived Aldingbourne 10 years. Born Southover, Laics. Age 40. Wit. sign.
[Next case] f141. Ex pte John Humphrey son and executor of John Humphrey deceased v Nicholas Humphrey son of John Humphrey deceased. Date: 1596/7. Parish: Pulborough. Cause: testamentary will of John Humphrey.
f 141. Dep. John Brookfield husbandman of Pulborough. Lived Pulborough 30 years. Born Cold Waltham. Age 60. Wit. sign.
f141v. Dep. Thomas Humphrey husbandman of Eastham, Pulborough.
Born Pulborough. Age 35. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f142. Ex pte Constantia Bishop v Jeremiah Shotyer. Date 1596/7.
Parish: Pulborough. Cause: matrimonial (breach of promise) and bastardy.
f142. Dep. Thomas Mills yeoman of Pulborough. Lived Pulborough 2 years. Before lived Stopham 3 years. Before lived Slindon 2 years. Before lived Myoe (= Mystole?) Kent, 4 years.
Born Aldingbourne. Age 40. Wit.sign.
f142v. Dep. Richard Shotcher (Shotyer?) yeoman of Petworth.
Born Gearhill, Petworth. Age 60. Wit mk.
f142v. Dep. Ralph Wase husbandman of Greatham. Lived Greatham since last Feast of St John. Before lived Sullington 2 years. Before lived Chiltington 3 years. Before lived Thakeham 4 years. Before lived Sullington 14 years. Before lived Steyning 7 years. Born Storrington. Wit.mk.
f143. Dep. Robert Moor husbandman of Bynorth, Petworth. Lived Bynorth 4 years. Before lived Fittleworth 20 years.
Born Cranleigh Surrey. Age 60. Wit.mk.
Contd. at f 169 below.
[Next case] f144. Ex pte Richard Towse executor of the will of John Towse, deceased v Ursula Eshton. Date: 1596/7. Parish: Billingshurst. Cause: testmantary will of John Towse.
f144. Dep. Thomas Sheere notary public of Chiltington. Lived Chiltington 1 years. Before lived Ambersham Hants. Before lived Easeborne 1 year. Before at Cambridge University 6 years. Born Gretton Northants. Age 30. Wit. sign.
f145. Dep. Thomas Field weaver of Thakeham. Lived Thakeham 23 years. Before lived Charlton 10 years. Before lived West Grinstead, 12 years. Born Kings, Norton, Worcs. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f145v. Dep. John Mose husbandman of Chiltington. Born Chiltington Age 60. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f147. Ex pte James Jupp v Joan Gibbons widow. Date: 1596/7.
Parish: Halnaker, Boxgrove. Cause: matrimonial, marriage settlement.
f147. Dep. Thomas East yeoman of Halnaker. Born Halnaker.
Age 60. Wit. sign.
f147v. Dep. Thomas Stampe junior yeoman of Halnaker. Born Halnaker. Age 30. Wit. sign.
Contd. at f 164 below.
[Next case] f148v. Ex pte Faulkner v Richard Barwick. Date 1596/7. Parish: Compton. Cause: excommunication.
f148v. Dep. Nicholas Diggens vicar of Stoughton Lived Stoughton 20 years. Born Elsted. Age 40. Wit. sign.
f148v. Dep. John Colpis husbandman of Upmarden. Born Upmarden. Age 70. Wit.mk.
f149. Dep. John Hewson husbandman of Upmarden. Lived Upmarden 20 years. Born Westbourne. Age 60. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f149v. Ex pte Margery Abias alias Stock v James Purdue. Date: 1596/7. Parish: Felpham. Cause: testamentary, inventory of goods of Cecily Ayles deceased.
f149v. Dep. John Wyatt husbandman of Flansham, Felpham. Born Flansham. Age 40. Wit.mk.
f150. Dep. Roger Ayles husbandman of Flansham. Born Flansham.
Age 38. Wit.mk.
f150v. Dep. John Strong, husbandman of Felpham. Born Felpham. Age 28. Wit.mk.
f151v. Dep. John Gray husbandman of Flansham. Born Flansham. Age 31. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f152v. Ex pte Ann Fry v Henry Beach. Date: 1596/7. Parish: Petworth. Cause: defamation.
f152v. Dep. Frances Pritchard singlewoman of Petworth. Lived Petworth 1 year. Before lived Ardlingley ¾ year. Before lived Westmeston ¾ year. Born Ditchling. Age 25. Wit.mk.
f153. Dep. Richard Moris chapman of Petworth. Born Petworth. Age 36. Wit. sign.
f153v. Dep. Edith wife of Richard Morris chapman of Petworth. Born Petworth. Age 27. Wit. sign.
f154. Dep. William Pymble (signs Pemell) haberdasher of Petworth. Lived Petworth ½ year. Born Lewes. Age 23. Wit. sign.
f154. Dep. Thomas Pymble (signs Pemell) haberdasher of Petworth. Lived Petworth ½ year. Born Lewes. Age 23. Wit.sign.
f154v. Dep. William Mose junior clothier of Petworth. Lived Petworth 27 years. Born Godalming Surrey. Age 22.
No mk. no sign. Deposition incomplete.
[Next case] f155. Ex pte Elizabeth Samson v Mary Coats. Date: 1596/7.
Parish: Sutton. Cause: defamation.
f155. Dep. Richard Fowler husbandman of Sutton. Lived Sutton 6 years. Born [ ]. Age 30. Wit.mk.
f155v. Dep. Edward Furlonger tanner of Sutton. Lived Sutton 8 weeks. Before lived Bramber 7 years. Before lived Bignor 3 years. Born Birdham. Age 20. Wit. sign.
f155v. Dep. James Coate husbandman of Sutton. Born Sutton.
Age 23. Wit. sign.
[Next case] f156v. Ex pte Churchwardens of Middleton (William Parson & William Short) v Thomas Lenn. Date: 1596/7. Parish: Middleton. Cause: landscot.
f156v. Dep. John Lylly fisherman of Middleton. Lived Middleton 40 years. Before lived Ancyon, Felpham, 20 years. Born Felpham. Age 96. Wit.mk.
f157v. Dep. Thomas Mathew husbandman of Middleton. Lived Middleton 4 years. Before lived Felpham 20 years. Born Middleton. Age 30. Wit.mk.
f158. Dep. John Short husbandman of Middleton. Lived Middleton 26 years. Before lived Felpham 10 years. Born Lyminster. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f158a. Dep. Jeremiah Cooke rector of Middleton. Lived Middleton 12 years. Before lived Ashington 1 year. Before lived Patching 1 year. Before lived Beeding 2 years. Born Steyning. Age 42. Wit.sign.
f159. Dep. Agnes Smith widow of South Bersted. Lived S. Bersted 8 years. Before lived Felpham 11 years. Before lived Middleton 6 years. Before lived Littlehampton 6 years.
Born Lyminster. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f159v. Dep. Thomas Hollis husbandman of Middleton. Lived Middleton 1 year. Before lived Felpham 7 years. Before lived Ford 7 years. Born Arundel. Age 39. Wit.sign.
f160v. Dep. Thomas Wyatt yeoman of Flansham, Felpham. Lived Flansham 14 years. Born Middleton. Age 37. Wit.mk.
f161. Dep. John White husbandman of Felpham. Born Felpham.
Age 33 Wit. sign.
[Next case] Contd. from f 147 above.
f164. Dep. Thomas Stampe junior yeoman of Halnaker. Born Halnaker. Age 31. Wit. sign.
f164. Dep. Thomas East yeoman of Halnaker. Born Halnaker.
[Next case] Contd. from f94v above.
f165. Dep. Thomas Saunders wheelwright of Bury. Born Bury.
f165. Dep. Joan Lucas widow of Bury. Born Bury. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f165v. Dep. Margaret wife of Christopher Pannell. Born Bury.
[Next case] f166v. Ex pte Tilly v John Brooks. Date 1596/7. Parish: Pulborough. Cause: nuncupative will of Agnes Brooks widow.
f166v. Dep. Henry Mills shoemaker of Pulborough. Born Pulborough.
f166v. Dep. Nicholas Pearson butcher of Pulborough. Lived Pulborough 26 years. Born Lamberhurst, Kent. Age 50. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f167. Ex pte J. Awde. Date: 1596/7. Parish: Selsey. Cause: testamentary will of John Awde.
f167. Dep. Agnes wife of Robert Smith of Selsey. Lived Selsey 60 years. Born Southover, Lewes. Age 79. Wit.mk.
f167. Dep. Sabina Shell widow of Selsey. Lived Selsey 4 years.
Before lived West Wettering 9 years. Born Trotton.
Age 30. Wit.mk.
f167v. Dep. Elizabeth wife of John Deale fisgerman of Selsey. Born Selsey. Age 21. Wit.mk.
[Next case] Contd. from f143 above.
f169. Dep. Ralph Wase husbandman of Greatham. See above f124v.
[Next case] f170. Ex pte John ?Perly v Mary Burcher. Date: 1596/7. Parish: Madehurst. Cause: defamation.
f170. Dep. Dorothy wife of John Perly husbandman of Madehurst. Born Kirdford. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f170v. Dep. Joan King wife of Walter King husbandman of Madehurst. Born Madehurst. Age 23. Wit.mk.
f171. Dep. Alice Clemens singlewoman of Madehurst. Lived Madehurst 1 year. Born Wyke, Lyminster. Age 20. Wit.mk.
f171v. Dep. William Ludgater husbandman of Madehurst. Born Madehurst. Age 45. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f172. Ex pte H. Amershe v Elys alias Amershe. Date: 1596/7.
Parish: Pulborough. Cause: testamentary will of William Amershe.
f172. Dep. James Ayer husbandman of Pulborough. Lived Pulborough 35 years. Before lived Billingshurst 15 years.
Born Warminghurst. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f172v. Dep. John Greenfield husbandman of Pulborough. Born Pulborough. Age 30. Wit.mk.
f172v. Dep. Samuel Dobson husbandman of Wisborough Green. Lived Wisborough Green 2 years. Born Pulborough. Age 24. Wit.mk.
f173. Dep. John Cosens husbandman of Pulborough. Born Pulborough Age 40. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f174. Ex pte Mr Henry Duppa v Robert Browning. Date; 1596/7.
Parish: Barlavington. Cause: defamation.
f174. Dep. G. Packer smith of Lyminster. Lived Lyminster since last Michaelmas. Before lived Barlavington 5 years. Before lived Storrington 16 years. Born [ ] Wit.mk.
f174v. Dep. John Packer smith of Lyminster. Lived Lyminster since last Michaelmas. Before lived Barlavington 4½ years. Born Billingshurst. Age 21. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f.175 Ex pte Phillip Gratwick v William Older. Date: 1596/7.
Parish: Angmering. Cause: testamentary will of Robert Owlder.
f175. Dep. J. Short husbandman of Angmering. Lived Angmering 26 years. Before lived Sullington 8 years. Born Warnahm.
Age 60.
f175v. Dep. Robert Whate husbandman of Angmering Lived Angmering 3 years. Before lived Walderton 15 years. Before Eastergate 18 years. Before lived Yapton 4 years. Born Felpham. Age 60. Wit.mk.
f176. Dep. John Piggott husbandman of Angmering. Lived Angmering 9 years. Before lived Durrington, parish of Tarring 6 years.
Born Littlehampton. Age 30. Wit.mk.
[Next case] f176v. Ex pte Langrish & Hilldrop v George Sly. Date 16 May 1597. Parish: Westbourne. Cause: testamentary will of James Scotcher and William Sly.
f176v. Dep. William Scotcher of Guildford, Surrey. Lived Guildford 50 years. Born Farnham, Surrey. Age 62. Wit.mk.
f177. Dep. G. Chitty Clothier of Guildford. Lived Guildford 30 years. Born Godalming. Age 50. Wit.mk.
f178. Dep. John Sly tailor of Nutbourne, Westbourne. Born Westbourne. Age 30. Wit.mk.
f179. Dep. John Derrick gent of Guildford. Born Guildford. Age 59. Wit.sign.
f179v. Dep. William Chrony clothier of Guildford. Born Guildford. Age 54. Wit.sign.
Contd. at f36 volume 8
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f.1 (see also f.13(v)) Tithes Due From Baileys Court [Littlehampton Or Climping] Ex Parte - William Knight of Bailies Court v John Mickleham & Robert Crossingham, Churchwardens of Littlehampton 8,10,11 December 1679
Deponents
f.1 Thomas Bridger of Middleton, Yeoman. Aged about 76 years
[No further data given]
Witness: signature
f.2 Thomas Bridger above further Deposed
f.2 John Bridger of Felpham, Yeoman, where he had lived about 6 years, and before in Climping for about 18 years. Born in Climping. Aged about 30 years
3(v) Thomas Peachey of Climping, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life. Born in the Parish of West Marden. Aged about 48 years
f.5(v) John Willier of Climping
Witness: mark
f.6(v) Henry Edes, Resident Canon of Chichester Cathedral
f.10 Witness: signature
[Next case] f.10 (see also f.14 & f.19(v) & f.26) Racton Church - Seat of Gounter Family Ex Parte Mr John Buckenham, Clerk, Rector of Racton, And John Crowch, Churchwarden of Racton v Dame Catherine Gounter, Widow of Racton 30 December 1679 & 9 January 1679/80
f.10 John Burgess of Racton, Yeoman, where he had lived some 20 years, and before in Westbourne for about 30 years, where also he was Born. Aged about 52 years
f.11 Mary Burgess, wife of John Burgess of Racton, Yeoman, where she had lived some 50 years. Born in Westbourne. Aged about 60 years
f.11(v) Thomas Slater of Bosham, Yeoman, where he had lived about 8 years. Born in Empford, Wiltshire. Aged about 43 years
f.12 John Scardevile of Funtington, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 45 years
f.13 Richard Bounser of Westbourne, Bricklayer, where he had lived almost all his life and was Born. Aged about 35 years
[Next case] f.13(v) (see also f.1. & 24) Tithes Due From Baileys Court [Littlehampton Or Climping] 23 January 1679/80
Thomas Downer of Bignor, Yeoman, where he had lived some 4 years, and before at Baileys Court for 4 years. Born in Felpham. Aged about 41 years
[Next case] f.14 (see also f.10 & 19(v)) Racton Church-Seat of Counter Family Ex Parte - Mr John Buckenham Clerk, Rector of Racton And John Crouch, Churchwardens of Racton v Dame Catherine Gounter, widow 23 January & 20 February 1679/80
f.14 William Owen of Westbourne, Distiller of Waters, where he had lived for 1/2 a year, and before in Fareham, Hampshire. Born in Hambledon, Hampshire. Aged about 23 years
f.15 Witness: signature
f.15 Robert Ayling of Westbourne, Husbandman, where he had lived some 26 years, and before in Racton for 2-3 years. Born in Steep, Hampshire.
Aged about 58 years
f.16 William Woolgar of Racton, Brickmaker, where he had lived some 32 years, and before in Thorney for 12 years, and before in Petersfield, Hants for about 10 years. Born in Petersfield. Aged about 58 years
f.16(v) Witness: mark
f.17 Thomas Tribe, of Walderton in Stoughton, Husbandman, where he had lived some 8 years, and before in Singleton for about 10 years. Born in the Parish of Heyshott. Aged about 40 years
f.17(v) Witness: mark
[Next case] f.17(v) Tithes - Tillington Ex Parte - Mr Thomas Bridge, Clerk and Rector of Tillington 27 February 1679/80
f.17(v) John Lickfold of Tillington, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 37 years
f.18 Witness: signature
And he further Deposed
f.18 John Lickfold of Tillington, Yeoman, where he had lived some 10 years Born in Lodsworth. Aged about 30 years
f.18(v) Witness: mark
f.19 And he further Deposed
f.19 Edward Lickfold of Tillington, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 25 years
f.19 Witness: mark
And further deposed
f.19(v) Witness: mark
[Next case] f.19(v) (see also f.14 Racton Church - Seat of Counter Family Ex Parte - Mr John Buckenham, Clerk and Rector of Racton and John 2 March 1679/80
f.14 Crouch, Churchwarden of Racton v Dame Catherine Gounter, Widow
f.19(v) Thomas Counter Esq., of the City of Chichester. Aged about 68 years.
[No other data given]
f.21 Witness: signature
Examined by Bishop Guy Carleton
[Next case] f.21(v) (see also f.34) Defamation - Ex Parte Robert Saunders of Singleton v Henry Ewen of Graffham 10 May 1680
f.21(v) Peter Bettesworth of Midhurst, Husbandman, where he had always lived and was Born. Aged about 30 years
f.22 Robert Dearling of Singleton, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged 40 years
f.23 John Dearling of Singleton, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about. 24 years
[Next case] f.24 (see also f.1 & f13(v) & EpI/11/20 f.24) Tithes - Baileys Court [Littlehampton Or Climping] 15 & 16 June 1680
f.24 William Baldwin, Senior, of the City of Chichester, Gent, Aged about 70 years
f.24(v) James Bell of Chichester, Gent. Aged about 60 years
[Next case] f.26 (see also f.10 & f.14 & 19(v)) Racton Church - Seat of Gounter Family Ex Parte - Mr John Buckenham, Clark and Rector of Racton 17 & 28 June 1680
f.26 John Burges of Racton, Yeoman, where he had lived about 24 years, and before in Westbourne for about 30 years. Born in Westbourne.
Aged about 53 years
f.27 William Whicher of Racton, Yeoman, where he had lived about 6 years, and before in Walderton in Stoughton for about 10 years. Born in Racton. Aged about 46 years
Examined by Bishop Guy Carlton
f.28 Henry Edes Stp, Canon Residentiary of Chichester Cathedral for 17 years
[No further data]
f.31 Witness: signature
[Next case] f.31(v) Defamation - Ex Parte - Sarah Saunders, Wife of Robert Saunders of Singleton v Joan Ellis, Wife of Richard Ellis of The Same 19 July 1680
f.31(v) Nicholas Maunt of Singleton, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 28 years
f.32 Robert Burgher of Singleton, Tailor, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 58 years
f.32(v) Richard Burgher of Singleton, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged 25 years
f.33 Witness: mark
f.33 Ann Andrew wife of John Andrew Junior of Singleton, Carpenter, where she had lived about 10 years, and where also she was Born. Aged about 25 years
f.33(v) Witness: signature
[Next case] f.34 Defamation - Ex Parte - Joan Ellis Wife of Richard Ellis of Singleton v Sarah Saunders, Wife of Robert Saunders of The Same 3 December 1680
f.34 William Hitchcocke of Singleton, Yeoman, where he had lived some 20 years. Aged about 35 years. Born at Treyford
f.34(v) Thomas Wells of Singleton, Husbandman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 27 years
[Next case] f.35 Testamentary - Will of John Taylor of Arundel 25 April 1682
Barbara Peckham wife of Thomas Peckham of Arundel, Gent, where she had lived some 7 years. Aged about 46 years. Born in Iping
f.36 Witness: signature
Thomas Peckham of Arundel, Gent, where he had lived some 26 years.
Born in Upmarden. Aged about 42 years
[Next case] f.38 Testamentary - Will of Anthony Hamond 14 July 1682
John Mellersh of Billingshurst, Yeoman, where he had lived some 4 years. Born in Wanninghurst. Aged about 30 years
f.38(v) Isaac Hamond of Billingshurst, Yeoman, where he had lived about 4 years. Born in Chiltington. Aged about 35 years
f.39 Thomas Penfold of Billingshurst, Yeoman, where he had lived about 20 years. Born in Pulborough. Aged about 30 years
f.40 All three deponents further Deposed Each Witness: signature
[Next case] f.40 Westerton In Westhampnett - Collection of Clerks Wages From Householders Ex Parte - Roger Tupper of Westhampnett v Edward Morley Gent 7 October 1682
f.40 John Perrin of Westhampnett, Husbandman, where he had lived some 30 years. Aged about 47 years. Born in Boxgrove
f.40(v) Jane Mascall, wife of Thomas Mascall of Westhampnett, Husbandman, where she had lived all her life and was Born. Aged about 40 years
f.41 Witness: mark
[Next case] f.41 Testamentary - Will of George Haslen 1682/3 Ex Parte - Catherine Haslen v Robert Haslen 26 January & 12 March
f.41 Thomas Stradling, Junior, of Petworth, Gent, where he had lived almost all his life and was Born. Aged about 23 years
f.42 Richard Holloway of Petworth, Yeoman, where he had lived some 12 years. Born in Priorsdean, Hampshire. Aged about 38 years
f.42(v) John Dee of Petworth, Gent, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 40 years
f.43(v) Witness: signature
[Next case] f.44 Defamation [That The Archdeacon of Chichester Preached When Drunk] Ex Parte - Mr Josiah Playdell, Archdeacon of Chichester v Stephen Jenner 22 June 1683
f.44 Richard Pedley of Steyning, Gent, where he had lived some 2 years. Aged 25 years. Born in Sutton in the Isle of Ely
f.44(v) Thomas Stonestreet of Steyning, Surgeon, where he had lived some 3 years or more. Aged about 33 years. Born in Kennington, Kent
f.44(v) Richard Gravatt of Steyning, Cordwainer, where he had lived some 16 years. Aged about 30 years. Born in Henfield
f.45 Witness: mark
[Next case] f.45(v) (see also f.47(v)) Misconduct of Minister - Office of The Judge Promoted By James Lane, Notary Public v Mr James Wickleife, Clerk Curate of Northchapel Church 21 July 1683
f.45(v) John Dorrington, of Sidney in the parish of Alfold, Surrey, Gent, where he had lived some 3 years. Born in Westminster. Aged about 38 years
f.46 Henry Kelly, of Petworth, Gent, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 29 years
f.46(v) Witness: signature
[Next case] f.46(v) Defamation - Mr Josiah Pleydell, Clerk and Archdeacon of Chichester v Thomas Rice of Petworth 20 September 1683
f.46(v) Richard Robinson of St. Bartholomews parish, Chichester, Gent, where he had lived some 26 years. Born in Petworth. Aged about 55 years
f.47 Witness: signature
[Next case] f.47 Defamation - Bridget? Wilshire of Bosham v William Grigg
Deponents.
f.47 William Wilshire of Bosham, Wheelwright, where he had lived about 12 years. Born in Motfaim, Hampshire. Aged about 50 years
[His deposition not entered]
[Next case] f.47 (see also f.45(v)) Misconduct of Minister - Office of the Judge Promoted by James Lane, Notary Public v Mr James Wickleife, Clerk, Curate of Northchapel 28 September 1653
f.47(v) William Goble of Petworth, Victualler, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 24 years
f.47(v) Elizabeth Goble wife of William Goble of Petworth, Victualler, where she had lived some 6 years
f.48 Witness: signature
[Next case] f.48 Defamation - Ex Parte - William Hitchcock of Singleton v [Joan Pricklowe] 10 January 1683/4
f.48 William Hull of Singleton, Yeoman, where he had lived about 3 years. Born in Haslemere, Surrey. Aged about 27 years
[Next case] f.48(v) Tithes - Angmering 12 January, 29 February & 13 March 1683/4
Mr Christopher Tillier, Clerk and Vicar of West Angmering v Richard Crossingham of the Same
f.48(v) John Manning of West Angmering, Yeoman, where he had lived all his life and was Born. Aged about 29 years
f.49 John Boley of Angmering, Yeoman, where he had lived about 32 years.
Aged about 54 years
Witness: signature (Senior)
f.49(v) Robert White of Angmering, Wheelwright, where he had lived about 14 years. Aged about 38 years
f.50 Witness: signature
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ff 3 & 4 Tithe cause. Mr. John Meredith v. Peter Cox, gent. Subdeanery.
44. Hester Payne of Chichester, widow. Born there. Age Signature. (8 July 1623).
Lancelot Martin of Chichester, tailor. 36 years at C., born at Ashington. Age 48. Signature. (25 July 1623).
Elizabeth Cheney of Chichester, widow. 14 years at C., born at Sutton. Age 42. Mark.
ff 4 & 5 ----- cause. John Arnold v. Thomas Boxall. On arbitration.
Thomas Pen of Hunston, yeoman. 13 years at H., born at Halnaker. Age 60. Mark. (16 June 1624).
Michael Nashe, citizen and merchant of Chichester. Born there. Age 41. Signature. (16 June 1624).
ff 5 - 6 Defamation cause. Jane Clerke v. Roger Michell.
Richard Woods of Chichester, husbandman. 3½ years at C., born at Stockbridge (Hants.). Age 31. Mark. (1 Dec. 1624).
Joan Woods of Chichester, spinster. 2 years at C., born at Stockbridge (Hants.). Age 20. Mark. (1 Dec. 1624).
Elizabeth Barfoote of Chichester, spinster. 2 years at C., 3 years at Wallop (Hants.), born at Stockbridge (Hants.). Age 30. Mark. (1 Dec. 1624).
ff 6 - 9 Testamentary cause. Joan Woolgar v. Richard Woolgar. Henry Woolgar, deceased.
Edward Bennes of St. Bartholomew, gent. 5 years at St. B., born at Ely. Age 54. Signature.
William Tolpett of St. Bartholomew, clothier. 7 years at St. B., born in the Pallant. Age 49. Signature.
Anne Bullock of St. Bartholomew, spinster. 1¼ years at St. B., born at Chichester. Age 20. Mark. (2 Feb.).
Elizabeth Martin of Chichester, spinster. 9 months at C., 7 years at Ashling and born there. Age 23. Mark.
ff 9 - 11 Tithe cause. Sir John Chapman v. Peter Cox, gent.
Margaret Smith, wife of Robert Smith of Boxgrove, maltster. 1 year at B., 1 year at Sparshott (Hants.), 2 years at St. Bartholomew, born at Boxgrove. Age 40. Mark (5 Oct. 1625).
Richard Madgeweeke of Rumboldswyke, husbandman. 20 years at R., born at Thursley (Surrey). Age 46. Signature.
Richard Fivins of Rumboldswyke, husbandman. 20 years at R., born at Chalton (Hants.). Age 50. Mark. (20 Oct. 1625).
Mary Young alias Dandy, wife of Daniel Young of Goodwood (Westhampnett), husbandman. 4 months at G., 28 years at Strettington [sic]. Mark. (19 Oct. 1625).
ff 11 & 12 Defamation cause. Anne Hush v. William Gilbert.
Ralph Topett of Chichester, clothier. Born there. Age 45. Signature. (27 Feb. 1625/6).
ff 12 & 13 Testamentary cause. John Wade v. Jane Combes alias Bray. Thomas Bray of Chichester, deceased.
Edward Booker of Chichester, mercer. 22 years at C., born at Steep (Hants.). Age 37. Signature. (19 Apr. 1626).
Joseph Taylor of Chichester, maltster. 5 years at C., born at Starford (Herts.). Age 35. Mark. (19 Apr. 1626).
ff 13 & 14 Defamation cause. Hush v. Gilbert [see f. 11]
William Cobby of Appledram, tailor. 7 years at A., born at Birdham. Age 32. Mark. (21 Mar. 1625/6).
William Duke of Earnley, husbandman. 2 weeks at E., 4½ years at West Lavant and Mid Lavant, born at Westerton. Age 22. Mark. (29 Mar. 1626).
f 14 Testamentary cause. Thomas Wickman V. Jane Jude alias Ansted and William Ansted. Jane Jackson of Subdeanery, spinster, deceased.
Humphrey Bartlett of Chichester, weaver. 2 years at C., born at North Mundham. Age 30. Signature.
William Wright of Subdeanery, carpenter. 7 years at S., born at Fishbourne. Age 25. Mark. (17 Apr. 1626).
ff 15 - 18 Tithe cause. Cox v. Chapman [see f. 9]
William Aylmer of Woodcote (Westhampnett), yeoman. 20 years at W., born at Strettington. Age 40. Signature.
William Skarvill of Woodcote, yeoman. Born there. Age 40. Mark.
Helen Rogers of Westerton, widow. 17 years at W., born there. Age 64. Mark.
Alice Huntingford, wife of Richard Huntingford of Westerton, millwright. 23 years at W., born at Bersted. Age 48. Mark.
Elizabeth Joyes of Westerton, widow. Born there. Age 50. Mark.
f 18 Testamentary cause. Elizabeth Edwards alias Norton v. Elizabeth May, widow and Mary May. Thomas Norton of Chichester, deceased.
Joan Hawkes, wife of William Hawkes of Chichester, farrier. 4 years at C., born at Thakeham. Age 42. Mark.
ff 19 & 20 Tithe cause. Cox v. Chapman. [see f. 15]
Margaret Sparkes, wife of William Sparkes of Westhampnett, millwright. 15 years at W., 3 years at Thakeham, born at Coates. Age 40. Mark.
ff 20 - 27 Tithe cause. Richard Fyvians alias Fythians v. Ranulph Sutley.
Richard Chatfield of [Venitoe] in North Mundham, gent. 5 years at V., 3 years at N.M., 10 years at Chichester, 3 years at St. Bartholomew, 20 years at Rumboldswyke, born at London. Age 53. Signature. (11 July 1626).
Alice Exton of St. Pancras, widow. 50 years at St. P., 25 years at Rumboldswyke, born at Bosham. Age 77. Mark. (11 July 1626).
Alice Heard, wife of John Heard of Rumboldswyke, husbandman. 77 years at R., born at Walberton [sic]. Mark. (11 July 1626).
William Slydle of Rumboldswyke, husbandman. 50 years at R., 15 years at Ringwood (Hants.), born at Basing (Hants.). Age 70. Mark. (11 July 1626).
Agnes Weares of Rumboldswyke, widow. 55 years at R., born there. Age 59. Mark. (18 July 1626).
Joan Ayres of Rumboldswyke, widow. 48 years at R., 3 years at Hoe in North Mundham, 1 year at Leythorne in North Mundham, born at Bersted. Age 80. Mark. (18 July 1626).
ff 27 - 37 Tithe cause. Cox v. Chapman [see f. 19]
John Bett of Rye, house carpenter. 1¼ years at R., born at Woodcott in Westhampnett. Age 16. Mark.
Richard Fyvians of Rumboldswyke, husbandman. 20 years at R., 10 years at Bosham, born at Idsworth in Chalton (Hants.). Age 60. Mark.
Richard Madgweeke of Rumboldswyke, husbandman. 40 years at R., born at Thursley (Surrey). Age 46. Signature.
Mary Yong, wife of Daniel Yong of Westhampnett, husbandman. 2 years at W., 28 years at Boxgrove, 5 years at Westerton, born at Fishbourne. Age 53. Mark.
Margaret Smyth, wife of Robert Smyth late of St. Bartholomew Chichester. Now living at Boxgrove for last seven years, 3 years at St. B., 5 years at Westhampnett, born at Boxgrove. Age 40. Mark.
Mary Purser of Boxgrove, widow. 22 years at B., born at Watersfield (Cold Waltham). Age 60. Mark. (24 May 1627).
ff 37 & 38 Defamation cause. Winifrid Holbourne v. Elizabeth Smith.
Agnes Reade of St. Pancras, widow. 9 years at St. P., born at Ashling. Age 35. Mark.
Jane Stephens, wife of Richard Stephens of St. Pancras, collarmaker. 9 years at St. P., born at Petersfield (Hants.). Age 36. Mark. (21 June 1627).
Agnes Hedger, wife of John Hedger of St. Pancras, mason. Born there. Age 42. Mark.
ff 38 & 39 Tithe cause. Mr. John Lylliatt, rector of St. Pancras v. Thomas Bonnie.
John Smyth of St. Pancras, gelder. Born there. Age 40. Signature.
ff 39 - 44 Defamation cause. Anne Harrison, wife of John Harrison, clerk v. Joan Churcher, wife of Richard Churcher.
Nathaniel Walker of Eaton (Bucks.), cordwainer. 3 months at E., 6 months at Chichester, 3 months at London, born at Eaton. Age 25. Signature (27 Jan. 1628/9).
John Horseman of Chichester, brickmaker. 1 year at C., 1 year at York, 1 year at Selby (Yorks.) where born. Age 28. Mark. (28 Jan. 1628/9).
Elizabeth Sergiant, wife of Edmund Sergiant of Chichester, carpenter. Born there. Age 50. Mark.
Anne Clark, wife of John Clark of Chichester, beerbrewer. Born there. Age 42. Mark.
Catherine Baker, wife of Thomas Baker of Chichester. Born there. Age 36. Mark.
ff 44 - 54 Correction cause. Office promoted by Susan Heydon, widow, v. John Meredith, clerk.
John Pannett of All Saints, Alderman and justice of the peace. 20 years at All Sts., 30 years at Felpham, born at Littlehampton. Age 58. Signature. (11 June 1630).
Thomas Collins of Chichester, junior, gent. Born there. Age 24. Signature. (11 June 1630).
Nicholas Dallender, citizen and merchant of Chichester. 4 years at E., 2 years at St. Pancras, 7 years at London, born at Westbourne. Age 28. Signature (9 June 1630).
William Austen of Chichester, blacksmith. 21 years at C., born at Liss (Hants.). Age 35. Mark. (9 June 1630).
Anne Morey, wife of Phillip Morey of Chichester, mason. Born there. Age 21. Mark.
ff 54 - 82 Tithe cause. Mr. John Petoe, clerk, rector of All Saints v. John Budd of St. Andrew.
Thomas Hyde of All Saints, butcher. Born there. Age 34. Signature.
Lambert Barnard of All Saints, painter stainer. Born there. Age 48. Signature. (26 Nov. 1630).
Nicholas Breades of All Saints, tailor. 6 years at All Sts., 3 years at Aldingbourne, born at Subdeanery. Age 32. Signature. (9 Feb. 1630/1).
Margaret Hugges of All Saints, widow. 18 years at All Sts., 10 years in Subdeanery (part of parish in the Pallant), born at All Sts. Age 51. Mark. (18 Feb. 1630/1).
Clement Browne of All Saints, woodbroker. 5 years at All Sts., 2 years at St. Peter in North St., 8 or 9 years at All Sts., 9 years at Lewes and Cuckfield, born at All Sts. Age 36. Signature. (18 Mar. 1630/1).
ff 82 - 85 Defamation cause. Agnes Turner of Climping v. Thomas Vallor junior of Chichester.
Mary Burne of Trotton, spinster. 3 weeks at T., 18 months at Bersted, 1 year at Elmer in Middleton, 14 years at Liphook (Hants.), born at Angmering. Age 23. Mark. (14 May, 1631).
Daniel Gittyns of Bersted, yeoman. 2 years at B., born at Elmore Poole in Middleton. Age 19. Signature.
Mary Gittins of Bersted, spinster. 1¾ years at B., born at Elmore Poole in Middleton. Age 26. (30 June 1631).
John Hayes of Chichester, merchant. Born there. Age 22. Signature. (30 July 1631).
ff 86 - 89 Testamentary cause. William and Henry Strudwick, executors v. . William Strudwick, alderman of Chichester, deceased.
Simon Maxe of St. Bartholomew. ¾ year at St. B., 13 years at Chester and district, born at Polton (Beds.). Age 70. Signature. (25 Apr. 1632).
John Cooper, citizen and merchant of Chichester. 17 or 18 years at C., born at Poling. Age 68. Signature. (27 Apr. 1632).
ff 90 - 134 Tithe cause. Petoe v. Budd [see f. 54].
William Huggens of All Sts., fustian weaver. 28 years at All Sts., at London before, born at Sheere (Surrey). Age 50. Mark. (11 May 1632).
Richard Winston of All Sts., joiner. 20 years at All Sts., born at Yapton. Age 40. Signature.
Daniel Goble of All Sts., cordwainer. 3½ years at All Sts., 1 year at St. Olave, 10 years at Petworth and born there. Age 40. Signature. (11 July 1632).
Joan Marner of All Sts., widow. 11 years at All Sts., 1 year at St. Peter North St., 14 years at St. Olave, born at St. Bartholomew. Age 47. Mark. (9 Aug. 1632).
Elizabeth Foorde of All Sts., spinster. 4½ years at All Sts., 1 year at the Close, 8 years at All Sts., born at Littlehampton. Age 25. Mark. (15 Aug. 1632).
Mary Pollerd, wife of John P. of Subdeanery, tailor. 1 year at S., 16 years at All Sts., 10 years at the Close, born at Earnley. Age 50. Mark.
Richard Rolfe of All Sts., cordwainer. 15 years at All Sts., 11 years at St. Pancras, 12 months at St. Olave, born at St. Andrew. Age 42. Mark. (29 Oct. 1632).
Nicholas Mose of All Sts., bricklayer. 27 years at All Sts., born at Petworth. Age 44. Mark. (30 Oct. 1632).
George Harris of St. Andrew, tailor. 6 months at St. A., 2½ years at Leythorne in North Mundham, 6 months at St. A., before at All Sts (but does not remember how long), born at Twyford (Dorset). Age 24. Signature. (24 Nov. 1632).
ff 134 - 136 Tithe cause. Robert Taylor, farmer of tithes of South Mundham in Pagham, v Anne Awcocke, widow and executrix of Thomas Awcock. [See f. 150]
John Barnerd of South Mundham, yeoman. 3 years at S.M., 3 years at North Mundham, born at Lancing. Age 40. Signature. (23 Sept. 1631). Barnard
ff 137 - 149 Testamentary cause. Ralph Lewes (son and executor) v. . John Lewes of St. Andrew, deceased.
William Flud of Chichester, cordwainer, senior. 50. years at C., born at Wrexham (Denbigh). Age 60. Signature.
William Winch of Chichester, clerk and vicar of Westhampnett. 20 years at C., born at Luton (Beds.). Age 55. Signature. (10 Nov. 1632).
Edward Flud of Chichester, cordwainer. 30 years at C., born there. Age 30. Signature.
William Fludd of Chichester, cordwainer, junior. 10 years at C., born there. Age 31. Signature.
John Fludd of Chichester, barber. Born there. Age 27. Signature. (24 Nov. 1632).
ff 150 - 161 Tithe cause. Taylor v. Awcock. [See f. 134]
Richard Whyte of North Mundham, husbandman. 1 year at N.M., 2 years at Pagham, 1 year at N.M. and born there. Age 25. Mark.
Henry Summer of South Mundham, husbandman. 1 years at S.M., 1¾ years at Lagness, born at S.M. Age 30. Mark. (27 Nov. 1632).
ff 161 - 169 Defamation cause. Susan Lawrence, widow, v. William Fovell.
Thomas Wright of Chichester, public notary. 22 years at C., born at Layrton (Suff.). Age 56. Signature.
John Payne of Chichester, clerk and vicar of Subdeanery. 5 years at C., born there. Age 35. Signature.
Thomas Hooke of Chichester, clerk and rector of Fishbourne. 3 years at C., born there. Age 39. Signature. (26 Jan. 1632/3).
ff 169 - 174 Tithe cause. Taylor v. Awcock [see f. 150].
John Dunton of South Mundham, husbandman. 20 years at S.M., 6 years at Chichester, born at Bishopstone. Age 50. Mark.
William Banwell of South Mundham, husbandman. Born there. Age 38. Signature.
William Watler of South Mundham, husbandman. 7 years at S.M., 2 years at North Mundham, born at S.M. Age 36. Mark. (12 Mar. 1632/3).
ff. 174 - 179 Testamentary cause. Richard Royse v. . Rebecca Eastland alias Lund of Subdeanery, spinster, deceased.
Thomas Hush of Chichester, glover. 60 years at C., born there. Age 74. Signature.
Thomas Collins of Chichester, gent, junior. Born there. Age 27. Signature. (7 Nov. 1633).
John Pollard of Chichester, tailor. 60 years at C., born at Dunmow (Essex). Age 68. Mark. (12 Nov. 1633).
ff 179 - 192 Tithe cause. Mr. John Payne, vicar of Subdeanery, v. Mr. Peter Cox, alderman of Chichester.
Hester Payne of Chichester, widow. Born there. Age 54. Signature.
Joan Wright, wife of John Wright of Subdeanery, tailor. 40 years in Chichester, born there. Age 64. Mark.
Mary Gore of Chichester, widow. 55 years at C., born at Boxgrove. Age 73. Signature. (8 Feb. 1633/4).
John Millington of Bosham, husbandman. 18 years at B., 11 years at Kingsham near Chichester or Bishop's Palace in the Close, born at Bosham. Age 50. Mark. (1 Feb. 1633/4).
Andrew Chaundler of Subdeanery, yeoman. 40 years at S., born at Chidham. Age 70. Mark. (8 Feb. 1633/4).
Thomas Wright of Chichester, public notary. 24 years at C., 20 years at London, born at Kayrton (Suff.). Age 57. Signature. (13 Feb. 1633/4).
ff 193 - 201 Defamation cause. Lawrence v. Fovell [see f. 161].
George Philippes citizen and merchant of Chichester. 4 years at C., 18 years at St. Clement, Temple Bar, London, born at Wornell (Bucks.). Age 37. Signature.
Lancelot Harvie of Chichester, gent. 24 years at C., born at Westell (Suff.). Age 60. Signature. (11 Feb. 1633/4).
Thomas Collins of Chichester, gent., junior. Born at C. Age 28. Signature. (12 Feb. 1633/4).
ff 201 & 202 Tithe cause. Payne v. Cox [see f. 179].
Robert Wheare of Chichester, tailor. Born there. Age 60. (22 Mar. 1633/4).
ff 205 - 209 Tithe cause. Petoe v. Budd [see f. 90].
Thomas Heasman of St. Andrew, tailor. 1 year and 4 months at St. A., 5 years at All Sts., 1 year at St. Pancras, 6 months at Glynde, born at Barcombe. Age 40. Mark.
Edward North of St. Pancras, yeoman. 10 months at St. P., 2 years at All Sts., 7 years at Amberley, born at Houghton. Age 53. Signature. (21 Feb. 1633/4).
ff 210 - Tithe Cause. Payne v. Cox. [See f. 201].
Lancelot Marton of Chichester, tailor. 40 years at C., 5 or 6 years at Patching, born at Ashington. Age 59. Signature.
William Jenninges of Chichester, blacksmith. Born there. Age 57. Mark. (22 Mar. 1633/4)
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Calendar of bonds for the grant of letters of administration for :-
Consistory Court for the Archdeaconry of Chichester, 1678, 1689 - 1697.F
Archbishop's Peculiar Court for the Deaneries of Pagham and Tarring, 1670 - 1689.
Dean's Peculiar Court for the Deanery of Chichester, 1675 - 1689, 1770 - 1780.
Compiled by K. Williams, 1980
This calendar has been prepared in an attempt to fill, as far as is possible, the gaps in the series of probate diaries which record the grants of letters of administration. These gaps are as follows :-
Chichester Archdeaconry, 1684 - 1697.
Deaneries of Pagham and Tarring, 1648 - 1689.
Deanery of Chichester, 1672 - 1689, 1768 - 1780.
The only alternative source to the diaries are the original bonds which were entered into by the administrators when the grant was made. All that have survived for the periods in question have been calendared; but in no court or period do they provide a complete coverage. As most of the bonds are in poor condition and difficult to use, this calendar is intended to make reference to the originals unnecessary for normal searches. All personal names (apart from court officials), relationships and place names have been included.
CHICHESTER ARCHDEACONRY, 1678, 1689-1697 (STC V)
1678
1. 2 March 1677/8. John LONGHURST of Funtington.
£20
Administrators: William L. of Bury, miller, son.
Sureties: Richard Stone of Bury, husbandman, and Thomas Alcock of Chichester, yeoman.
1689
1. 17 September 1689. Daniel BATCOCK of Chichester, minor.
[£?]
Administrators: Stephen B. of Storrington, yeo., father, Richard B. of Amberley, yeo., and Samuel Ledbiter of Parham, yeo.
STCV 1689 (1)
1691
1. 8 April 1691. John GREENFEILD of South Bersted
£40
Administrators: Maurice Ireland of Billingshurst, yeo., Thomas Butcher of B., yeo., and James Napper of B., yeo.
Surety : John Bursby of West Chiltington, yeo.
Admon. with will annexed.
STCV 1691 (1)
2. 25 April 1691. Nicholas GUY of Selsey, blacksmith.
£200
Administratrix: Mary G. of S., widow and relict.
Sureties: Robert G. of Chichester, sadler, and John G. of Sidlesham, farmer.
STCV 1691 (2)
3. 27 April 1691. Henry READ of Bosham, yeo.
Administrator: Nicholas R. of B., yeo,, son.
Sureties: William Lewis of Chichester, merchant, and Robert Tuffe of C., carrier.
STCV 1691 (3).
4. 9 May 1691. Edward BROWNING of Bosham.
£100
Administrators: Robert Hart and Henry Silverlock, both of B., Overseers of the Poor, and Guardians of Mary, Margaret, Jesse and Edward B.
Sureties: William Trimlet of B., and John Silverlock of B., yeo.
STCV 1691 (4).
5. 11 May 1691. Richard Collins of Chithurst.
Administratrix: Mary C. of C., widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Allnutt of West Harting, farmer, and Thomas Peereman of Chichester, innholder.
STCV 1691 (5).
6. 15 May 1691. Robert OVERINGTON of Wisborough Green.
£80
Administratrix: Joan O., of W.G., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Bridger of Shopwyke, [Oving], yeo., and Richard O. of W.G., yeo.
STCV 1691 (6).
7. 19 May 1691. John HATTON of Slinfold.
Administratrix: Susan H. of S., widow and relict.
Sureties: William H. of S., victualler, and John Snelling of S., blacksmith.
STCV 1691 (7).
8. 28 May 1691. John PENFOLD of Storrington.
£500
Administrator: George P. of S., principal creditor.
Mary P. renounced; daughter Hannah P., a minor.
Sureties: Robert Rolls of Chichester, victualler, and Edward Hordly of Chichester, merchant.
STCV 1691 (8).
9. 29 May 1691. Richard PELLEN of West Grinstead.
£700
Administratrix: Ann P. of W.G., widow and relict.
Sureties: Francis Tharp and Cyril Goldsmith, both of W.G., yeo.
STCV 1691 (9).
10. 2 June 1691. William HOLLAND of Slinfold.
£300
Administratrix: Dorothy H., of S., widow and relict.
Sureties: Edward Chelsham of S., butcher, and Thomas Venn of S., husbandman.
STCV 1691 (10).
11. 9 June 1691. Bryant FOYCE of Horsham.
£180
Administratrix: Jane F. of H., widow and relict.
Sureties: Bryant Foyce of H., butcher, and John Daniell of H., yeo.
STCV 1691 (11).
12. 15 June 1691. Charles PAVEY of Shipley.
£60
Administrator: John P. of Nuthurst, ploughwright, son
Surety : Thomas Peirce of N., gent.
STCV 1691 (12).
13. 26 June 1691. William ELMES of Heyshott.
Administratrix: Mary E. of H., widow and relict.
Surety : John Hewett of Cocking, clothworker.
STCV 1691 (13).
14. 27 June 1691. Hewet BARSHALL of Rogate.
Administrator: William B. of R., son.
Sureties: Thomas Lipscome of R., yeo., and George Wheeler of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1691 (14).
15. 8 August 1691. Mary POLLINGTON of Nuthurst, widow.
Administrator: Matthew P. of N., yeo., son.
Sureties: John Knight of Horsham, yeo., and Samuel Caffyn of Horsham, tailor.
STCV 1691 (15).
16. 11 August 1691. George BURNALL of Horsham.
Administrator: Jas. Bythewood of H., carrier, principal creditor.
Sureties: Robert Lutman of H., sadler and William Waller of H., cordwainer, during the minority of John B., only son.
STCV 1691 (16).
17. 11 August 1691. Thomas FORMAN of Horsham, cordwainer.
£120
Sureties: Robert Lutman of H., sadler, and William Waller of H., cordwainer.
STCV 1691 (17).
18. 14 August 1691. John BROWNE of Bury.
Administrators: Samuel Tupper of B., husband of Mary T. (nee Browne), and John Hoale of B., husband of Joan H. (nee Browne).
Surety : Thomas Hoskins of Chichester [St. Pancras], blacksmith.
STCV 1691 (18).
19. 9 September 1691. William FORD of Sutton.
Administrator: John Sotcher, of S., (husband of Elizabeth S., neice).
Sureties: John Holmes of Hunston and Richard Markes of Tillington.
STCV 1691 (19).
20. 9 September 1691. Thomas PAY of Westbourne, blacksmith.
£50
Administrator: Nicholas Broman of Catherington, Hants., yeo., principal creditor and Guardian to William, George, and Mary P.
Surety : John Croucher of Chichester.
STCV 1691 (20).
21. 11 September 1691. Thomas SHEPPARD of Fittleworth.
£600
Administratrix: Katherine S., of Petworth, widow and relict, in place of Thomas Colebrook (dec'd).
Surety : Thomas Raynsford of Greatham, gent., [N.B. Roger S. son].
STCV 1691 (21).
22. 14 September 1691. William STURT of Tillington, yeo.
Administrator: Jacob S. of T., nephew.
Surety : John Alcock of T., Jnr., gent.
STCV 1691 (22).
23. 29 September 1691. John MILLS of Harting.
Administratrix: Elizabeth M., widow, of H.
Sureties: Richard Guy of H., knacker, and Robert Guy of Chichester, sadler.
STCV 1691 (23).
24. 3 October 1691. Robert BASHER of Rogate, farmer.
£14
Administrator: Robert B. of R., son.
Sureties: Richard Newman of Didling, farmer, and William Hitchcock of Singleton, yeo.
STCV 1691 (24).
25. 10 October 1691. Nicholas TURNER of Petworth.
£800
Administratrix: Jane T. of P., widow and relict.
Sureties: Jonathan Harrisse of Petworth, yeo., and John T. of P., mercer.
STCV 1691 (25).
26. 9 November 1691. Stephen BAYLY of South Harting, carpenter.
Administrator: Thomas Backett of Stansted in Stoughton, carpenter, chief creditor.
Sureties: Thomas Lewkenor of Chichester, barber, and George Wheeler of Chichester.
STCV 1691 (26).
27. 16 November 1691. Joan TURNAGAINE of Lyminster, widow.
£30
Administrator: Jeremy Scardevil of L.
Sureties: Antony Morley of Arundel, and William Hale of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1691 (27).
28. 30 November 1691. Thomas GREENFEILD of Billingshurst.
Administrators: Phillip and Daniel Greenfeild, of B., yeo., Guardians of Daniel Greenfeild and Thomas Elliott.
Surety : William Hale, of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1691 (28).
29. 12 December 1691. Humphry DAY of West Itchenor, Clerk.
Administratrix: Ann D., of W.I., widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Billingshurst of W.I., farmer, and John Dod.
STCV 1691 (29).
30. 17 December 1691. Agnes COOPER of Funtington, widow.
Administrator: John C. of F., son.
Surety: Richard Godleman of Chichester, knacker.
STCV 1691 (30).
31. 30 December 1691. William EDWARDS of East Preston [Ferring], yeo.
Administratrix: Mary E. of E.P. [F]., widow and relict.
Sureties: William E. of West Preston [Rustington]; yeo., and Thomas E., of W.P.[R]., yeo.
STCV 1691 (31).
32. 2 January 1691/2. John COLBROOK of Harting.
Administratrix: Rebecca C. of H., widow and relict.
Sureties: Henry Richardson of Chichester, glover.
STCV 1691 (32).
33. 6 January 1691/2. John PECKHAM of Arundel, doctor.
Administrators: Thomas Humphrey of Arundel, gent., and Elizabeth P., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Austin of Chichester and William Hale, of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1691 (33).
34. 7 January 1691/2. John BRYANT of Barnham, cordwainer.
Administratrix: Mary B., of B., widow and relict.
Sureties: William Blunden of Boxgrove, cordwainer, and Daniel Green of South Stoke, miller.
STCV 1691 (34).
35. 18 January 1691/2. John BARNARD of Wiston.
Administratrix: Judith B., of W., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Butterly of Chichester, hosier, and William Hale of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1691 (35).
36. 2 February 1691/2. Thomas BROWNEING of Graffham.
Administrator: William Hood of Kirdford, Guardian of Mary B., daughter, a minor.
Surety: John Grey of Petworth, malster.
STCV 1691 (36).
37. 13 February 1691/2 Mary GATLAND of West Grinstead, spinster.
Administrators: John Soale of W.G., and Elizabeth Soale his wife, alias G., sister.
Sureties: Edward Cooke of W.G. mercer, and William Pearce of W.G., butcher.
STCV 1691 (37).
38. 13 February 1691/2. Jane GATLAND of West Grinstead. (also Floyd).
Administrators: John Soale of W.G. (husband of Elizabeth Gatland als Soale nee Gatland [also Floyd] of W.G.).
Sureties: Edward Cooke of W.G., and William Pearce of W.G., butcher.
STCV 1691 (38).
39. 18 February 1691/2. Thomas WHITEBREAD of Ashington, married.
£1400
Administratrix: Philippa W. of A., widow.
Sureties: Richard Ball of Shipley, Carpenter, and Robert Norman of A., yeo.
STCV 1691 (39).
40. 2 March 1691/2. Anthony WILLIAMS of Arundel, sadler.
Administrator: John W. of Chichester, sadler.
Sureties: John Croucher of Chichester, victualler, and John Dod.
STCV 1691 (40).
41. 4 March 1691/2. Francis ASHWYN of Shipley.
£90
Administratrix: Elizabeth A. of S., widow.
Sureties: John Hindly of Horsham, mercer, and Thomas Pereman of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1691 (41).
1693
1. 1 April 1693. John DUKE of Lyminster.
Administratrix: Sarah D. of Lyminster, widow and relict.
Sureties: Roger Barwick of Rustington, yeo., and James Dawtry of Petworth, yeo.
STCV 1693(1).
2. 6 April (? 1693). William ------, yeo.
[ £ ? ]
Administrator: William Bull of Low Layton, Essex, farmer.
Surety: Daniel Bull of Low Layton, Essex.
STCV 1693 (1a).
3. 11 April 1693. William POLLARD of Chiltington, farmer.
£10
Administrator: Isaac Buresby, husband of Mary Buresby, als P., daughter.
Surety: John Buresbe of C., yeo.
STCV 1693 (2).
4. 14 April 1693. William STARR of Walderton.
£230
Administrator: John S. of W., son.
Sureties: Benjamin S. of Chichester, cordwainer, and Edward Apps of Mid Lavant, blacksmith.
STCV 1693 (3).
5. 21 April 1693. William HOOD of Kirdford (Plaistow).
Administrator: William H. of Guildford Sx [Surrey], son.
Sureties: John Gray of Petworth, yeo., and Henry Ansell of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1693 (4).
6. 20 April 1693. Thomas POTTER of Ashington (Buncton), bachelor.
Administratrix: Alice Patching of A. (B)., spinster, and principal legattee.
Surety: Thomas Lee of Buncton, yeo.
STC 1693 (5).
7. 22 April 1693. Susan STONE of Bignor, widow.
Administrators: Robert S. of Bury and Thomas S. of Felpham, sons.
Sureties: Niatt Warland of Chichester, scrivenor, and William Hownsome of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1693 (6).
8. 24 April 1693. Thomas MACHIN of Westbourne.
Administratrix: Parnell M. of W., widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Atweeke of Emsworth, tallowchandler, and Robert Smith of Emsworth, Hants.
STCV 1693 (7).
9. 26 April 1693. Thomas WHITE of Bosham.
£560
Administrators: Henry W. of B., sailor, and Richard W. of B., farmer.
Sureties: Thomas Baker of Chichester, tallow chandler, and Samuel Bothell of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1693 (8).
10. 28 April 1693. John CHATFIELD of Lyminster (Warningcamp), blacksmith.
Administratrix: Ann C. of W. (L)., widow and relict.
Surety: Anthony Morley of Arundel, victualler and smith.
STCV 1693 (9).
11. 6 May 1693. Thomas MARTIN of Stedham.
Administratrix: Ann M. of S., widow and relict.
Sureties: Robert Woodman of Linchmere, yeo., and John Collins of Chithurst, yeo.
STCV 1693 (10).
12. 17 May 1693. Thomas WHITEBREAD (junior) of ------.
Administrator: John Hayne of Washington, yeo., husband of Philippa Hayne als W.
Surety: John Croucher of Chichester, victualler.
[N.B. T.W. junior was executor of will of T.W. senior of Ashurst, yeo.].
STCV 1693 (11).
13. 20 May 1693. William BLANE (the father) of Felpham.
Administrator: Samuel Hider of Felpham, during minority of William B., son of decd.(Also Guardian).
Sureties: Henry Hillman of Chichester, carrier, and Peter Fairhill of [?] Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1693 (12).
14. 20 May 1693. John MORRISON of Midhurst, Notary.
Administratrix: Mary M. of M., widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Allen of M., mercer, and John Field of M., victualler.
STCV 1693 (13).
15. 20 May 1693. Edward STANDIDGE of Sidlesham.
Administrator: John S. of S., farmer, son.
Surety: John Hewettof Cocking, clothworker.
STCV 1693 (14).
16. 20 May 1693. John WEST of Midhurst.
Administrator: John Field of M., victualler.
Sureties: Thomas Allen of M., mercer, and John Hewett of Cocking, clothworker.
STCV 1693 (15).
17. 5 June 1693. John BEXHILL of Felpham (?), yeo.
£2000
Administratrix: Ann B. of F., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Stranger of Pagham, yeo., and Richard Stert of Sidlesham, yeo.
STCV 1693 (16),
18. 10 June 1693. Richard AYLING of Kirdford.
Administrators: Edmund, Thomas, and John A., all of Woolbeding, brothers of R.A., and Guardians of his children.
Sureties: Robert Hudson of Iping, yeo., and Henry Richardson of Chichester, glover.
STCV 1693 (17).
19. 21 June 1693. John MADGEWICK of Northchapel.
Administratrix: Katherine M. of N., widow and relict.
Sureties: William Brockhurst of N., yeo., and Augustine Older of Chidingfold (Surrey), yeo.
STCV 1693 (18).
20. 26 June 1693. Joseph CLEERE of Littlehampton.
Administrators: Thomas Humphry of Arundel, merchant, and Edward Munnery of Arundel, both principal creditors and guardians of his children.
Sureties: John Daniell of Chichester, mercer, and John Bettesworth of ----, ------.
STCV 1693 (19).
21. 28 June 1693. John KELME of Kirdford.
Administrator: William K. of Petworth, yeoman, father of deceased, and guardian of Elizabeth, William, Mary, John, and Sarah K.
Surety: Nathaniel K., of K., yeo.
STCV 1693 (20).
22. 3 July 1693. John HOLLYDAY of Lyminster.
Administrator: John Benjamin, principal creditor, of L., and guardian of Edward and Anne H.
Sureties: John Talmy of L., yeo., and William Holt of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1693 (21).
23. 8 July 1693. John MANN of Selsey.
Administratrix: Margaret M. of S., widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Mole of S., fisherman, and John Mason of S., fisherman.
STCV 1693 (22).
24. 23 July 1693. John BORER of Warnham.
£400
Administratrix: Mary B. of W., widow and relict.
Surety: John Hoad of W., carpenter.
STCV 1693 (23).
25. 5 August 1693. Robert BURSTOWE of Horsham, millwright.
Administrator: Thomas Dale of H., millwright, principal creditor, and guardian of John, Robert, Jas., Richard B., minors.
Sureties: George Bridger of H., mercer, and Thomas Wakeham of -------, miller.
STCV 1693 (24).
26. - September 1693. James TOWERS of Petworth, mercer.
£1200
Administratrix: Lucy T., of P., widow and relict.
Sureties: Robert Scutt of Petworth, mercer, and Richard Blatchford of Chichester.
STCV 1693. (25).
27. 5 October [1693?] William PEYTOE of [?West Tarring], farmer.
Administrator: Nicholas P. of W.T., cordwainer, also goods of Margaret P., widow (deceased).
Surety: Matthew ------, of W.T.
STCV 1693 (26).
28. 10 October 1693. John MONKE of Lancing, yeoman.
Administratrix: Elizabeth M. of L., widow and relict.
Sureties: Joseph Picknoe of L., yeoman, and William Greenfeilde of L., carpenter.
STCV 1693 (27).
29. 10 October [1693?] John AVERY of Broadwater.
[£ ? ]
Administrator: William Winpenny.
Sureties:--------
STCV 1693 (27 a).
30. - October 1693. Anthony ELMES of West Tarring.
Administratrix: Jan E. of W.T., widow and relict.
Sureties: William Rusbridge of W.T., miller, and Thos. Adams of Barnham, yeoman.
STCV 1693 (28).
31. 7 December 1693. Thomas GODMAN of Chichester.
Administratrix: Constance G. of C., widow and relict.
Sureties: Henry G. of C., blacksmith, and John Lang of C., tallow chandler.
STCV 1693 (29).
32. 15 January 1693/4. Ann BOOKER of Chichester.
Administrators: William B. of C., gent., brother of deceased, and John Croucher of Chichester, husband of Mary C. als B.
Surety: William Holt of C., victualler.
STCV 1693(30).
33. 18 January 1693/4. Elizabeth HARWOOD of Petworth.
Administrator: John Lickfold of ------, blacksmith, and chief creditor.
Surety: William Ketteridge of Petworth, gent.
STCV 1693 (31).
34. 2 (?) February 1693/4. Thomas MARTIN of Stedham.
Administrator: Thomas Marten of Bramshott (Hants), yeoman, guardian of Thomas M., minor, son of deceased.
Sureties: Robert Hudson of Iping, yeoman, and Nicholas Marten of Mid Lavant, farmer.
Guardianship Bond.
STCV 1693 (32).
35. ? ? 1693. John BENBURY of ?.
Administrator: ------.
Surety: Robert Armstrong.
STCV 1693 (33).
36. 24 February [1693/4?] Abraham RANGER of Chithurst.
Administrator: Joseph R. of Southampton, yeoman, guardian of Abraham junior, and children.
Sureties: Robert Hudson of Iping, and ---- Marten of Bramshott, Hants.
STCV 1693 (34).
37. - - 1693. Henry HOBJOHN of Storrington.
Administrators: Ann H. of S., widow and relict, and Robert Barber of S., carpenter, husband of Anne Barber als H., daughter of deceased.
Sureties: Robert Yeildall of ------, warrener, and Walter
Piper of ------.
STCV 1693 (35).
38. - - 1693. Thomas KING of Broadwater.
Administrator: William Parsons of West Tarring, mercer, and guardian during minority of deceased's two children.
Surety : Thomas Peerman of Chichester, inn holder.
STCV 1693 (36).
39. - - 1693. John PEARLEY of ------.
Administratrix: Mary P.
Sureties: ------ Massam.
STCV 1693 (37).
40. 6 [?] 1693. Robert STEERE of Wisborough Green.
£58
Administrator: William Childe of W.G., farmer, husband of J....., daughter of deceased.
Surety : James Savage of W.G.
STCV 1693 (38).
1694
1. 31 March 1694. George NORTH of Iping.
Administrator: Elias Simmons of Iping, farmer, husband of ------ Simmons als North.
Surety: John Hewett of Cocking, clothworker.
STCV 1694 (1).
2. 2 April 1694. Thomas DOWNE of Findon, blacksmith.
Administratrix: Ann D. of F., widow.
Sureties: John Stone of F., husbandman.
STCV 1694 (2).
3. 4 April 1694. John PENFOLD of Slinfold.
£1000
Administrator: John P. of St. Pauls London, son of deceased.
Sureties: Daniel Haylor of Rudgwick, yeoman, and Thomas Sturt of Billingshurst, yeoman.
Admon with will annexed.
STCV 1694 (3).
4. 13 April 1694. Richard LUFFE of Fernhurst.
Administratrix: Margaret L. of Lurgashall, widow.
Sureties: William L. of F., yeoman, and Henry L., of F., yeoman.
STCV 1694 (4).
5. 13 April 1694. John PANNELL of ------.
Administrator: Thomas Matthews of Arundel, during minority of Mary P., daughter of deceased.
Surety: Benjamin Platt, of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1694. (5).
6. 13 April 1694. Benjamin HOLLOWAY of Sidlesham.
£150
Administrator: John Golding of S., fisherman, guardian of Mary H., sister and minor, of deceased.
Sureties: William Woodland of S., blacksmith, and Thomas Woodland of S., fisherman.
STCV 1694 (6).
7. 14 April 1694. Thomas MARTEN of Boxgrove.
Administratrix: Mary M. of B., widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Tupper of B., yeoman, and John Edney of B., farmer.
STCV 1694. (7).
8. 14 April 1694. Thomas LOCK of North Mundham, yeoman.
Administratrix: Frances L. of N.M., widow and relict.
Surety: William Goble of N.M., gent.
STCV 1694 (8).
9. 16 April 1694. Richard HOAD of Kirdford (Plaistow).
Administrators: Thomas Chalcroft of Chiddingfold (Surrey), and William Puttock of K. (P)., yeoman, during minority of deceased's children, unnamed.
Sureties: Jacob Marsh of P., yeoman, and Robert Rolls of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1694 (9).
10. 17 April 1694. George ROSE of Amberley.
Administrators: Richard Woolveriffe of [Watersfield], principal creditor.
Surety: Thomas Mills of Watersfield, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (10).
11. 20 April 1694. John JEY of Woolavington.
Administrator: Richard Boxall of W., husband of Eleanor Boxall als J., relict of deceased.
STCV 1694 (11).
12. Eleanor BOXALL :
See Eleanor JEY.
STCV 1694 (11 ).
13. 23 April 1694. William TURNER of Billingshurst.
Administratrix: Mary T. of B., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Parrat and Matthew Brasier, both of Broadwater.
STCV 1694 (12).
14. 30 April 1694. John OCKENDEN of Arundel.
Administrator: John O. of A., on behalf of John O., minor, Exor. of deceased.
Sureties: Edward Smith of Chichester, scriptor, and Richard Richards of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1694 (13).
15. 3 May 1694. Thomas DENDY of Shipley.
Administrator: Thomas Elmes of Warminghurst, farmer, and guardian of the children of the deceased during their minority.
Sureties: John Haine of Washington, yeoman, and William Elmes of Chichester, farmer.
STCV 1694 (14).
16. 3 May 1694. Robert SUTTEN of Broadwater.
Administrator: John Haine of Washington, guardian of three children of the deceased.
Sureties: Thomas Elmes of Warminghurst, yeoman, and Robert Armstrong of Chichester, merchant.
STCV 1694. (15).
17. 4 May 1694. Thomas STREATOR of Nuthurst.
Administrator: Thomas Parsons of Nuthurst, guardian of the children of the deceased.
Sureties: Walter Piper of Coldwaltham, gent., and Thomas Peereman of Chichester, merchant.
STCV 1694 (16).
18. 5 May 1694. Richard LUNN of Trotton.
Administrator: John L. of T., only son.
Sureties: Robert Hudson of Iping, yeoman, and Richard Knight of Elsted, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (17).
19. 9 May 1694. John EDWARDS of Midhurst.
Administratrix: Rebecca E. of M., widow and relict.
Surety: Robert Guy of Chichester, sadler.
STCV 1694 (18).
20. 12 May 1694. Henry FLESHMONGER of Oving.
Administratrix: Jane F. of O., widow and relict.
Sureties: Robert Guy of Chichester, sadler, and John Guy of Sidlesham, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (19).
21. 12 May 1694. William HEARSEY of Sidlesham.
Administratrix: Eliza H. of S., widow and relict.
Surety: John Croucher of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1694 (20).
22. 19 May 1694. John WALTER of Felpham.
Administratrix: Sarah W. of F., widow and relict.
Sureties: William Lutman of Felpham, yeoman, and Robert Holt of Felpham, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (21).
23. 23 May 1694. John TODMAN of Rogate.
£660
Administratrix: Elizabeth T. of R., widow and relict.
Sureties: Edward Streetin of Rogate, yeoman, and John Croucher of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1694 (22).
24. 26 May 1694. Thomas MARTIN of West Grinstead.
£160
Administrator: John Ward of W.G., gent., guardian of Ann M., daughter of deceased.
Surety: William Peirce of W.G.
STCV 1694 (23).
25. 26 May 1694. Elizabeth MILLINGTON of Bosham.
Administrator: William Pescodd of B., father of deceased, and guardian of William M., son of deceased.
Sureties: Nicholas Read of B., yeoman, and Henry Hardham of Chichester.
STCV 1694 (24).
26. 28 May 1694. Thomas PETO of Kirdford.
Administrator: William P. of Godalming, Surrey, farmer, during minority of the two children of the deceased.
Sureties: Augustine Older of Chiddingfold, farmer, and Richard Hardham of Chichester.
STCV 1694 (25).
27. 28 May 1694. Edward MORRIS of Selham.
Administratrix: Joan M. of S., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Stilwell of Thursley, Surrey, yeoman, and John Hunt of Chiddingfold, Surrey, yeoman.
STCV 1694. (26).
28. 2 June 1694. Thomas BROWNING of Graffham.
Administrator: William Hood of Shalford, Surrey, cordwainer, during minority of Mary B., daughter of deceased.
Sureties: Joseph Peche late of Chichester, now of London, and Henry Ansell of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1694 (27).
29. 7 June 1694. Stephen HOWICK of Wisborough Green.
Administratrix: Mary H. of W.G., widow.
Sureties: John Laker of W.G., yeoman, and Stephen
Lockett of Itchingfield, farmer.
STCV 1694 (28).
30. 7 June 1694. James BROOKINS of Storrington.
Administratrix: Mary B. of S., widow and relict during minority of daughter Susan.
Sureties: Richard Browne of Storrington, farmer, and Richard Soane of Chichester.
STCV 1694 (29).
31. 8 June 1694. Edward BISHOP of Parham, Esquire.
Administrator: Cecil B. of P., esquire.
Sureties: William Browne of P., clerk, and Richard Bradshaw of P., gent.
STCV 1694 (30).
32. 8 June 1694. John CARMAN of Midhurst.
Administratrix: Mary C. of M., widow and relict.
Sureties: Walter Piper of Coldwaltham and John Hewet of Cocking, clothworker.
STCV 1694 (31).
33. 14 June 1694. George AGATE of Nuthurst.
Administrator: William A. of Thakeham, weaver.
Sureties: Walter Cooper of Billingshurst, yeoman, and Walter Piper of Coldwaltham.
STCV 1694 (32).
34. 14 June 1694. John GREENFEILD of Billingshurst, innholder.
Administratrix: Mary G. of B., widow.
Sureties: William G. of B., butcher, and John G. of B., husbandman.
STCV 1694 (33).
35. 15 June 1694. William TURGES of Yapton.
Administrator: Thomas T. of Y., kinsman of deceased.
Surety: Edward Penfold of Felpham, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (34).
36. 16 June 1694. Thomas STANDFORD of Nuthurst.
£84
Administratrix: Elizabeth S. of N., widow and relict.
Sureties: Henry Pilford of Horsham, yeoman, and John Rowland of Horsham, butcher.
STCV 1694 (35).
37. 16 June 1694. Harry ERWICKER of Eston, Hants, yeoman.
Administrator: Edmund E. of West Meon, Hants, yeoman, during minority of Mary, Elizabeth and William Linney, children of Sarah Linney, daughter of deceased.
Sureties: John Croucher of Chichester, victualler, and Nicholas Padwick of Blendworthy, Hants.
STCV 1694 (36).
38. 16 June 1694. Thomas PILFOLD of Warnham.
£260
Administrator: Henry P. of Horsham, yeoman, brother of deceased, Guardian of John and Mary P. children of deceased.
Sureties: Thomas Bourne of Horsham, tailor, and James P. of Horsham. boddeysmaker.
STCV 1694 (37).
39. 18 June 1694. Abraham WINN of Lancing.
Administrators: Edward Tanner of L., tailor, and William Scras of L., yeoman, guardian of children of deceased.
Sureties: Robert Armstrong of Chichester, merchant, and William Hale of Chichester, vintner.
STCV 1694 (38).
40. 5 July 1694. William NOYCE of Aldingbourne, yeoman.
Administratrix: Grace N. of A., widow.
Sureties: Thomas Baker of Chichester, and John Lang of Chichester, Grocers.
STCV 1694 (39).
41. 7 July 1694. John YOUNG of Kirdford.
Administrator: Edward Y. of K., yeoman.
Sureties: Henry Y. of K., and Thomas Y. of K., yeomen.
STCV 1694 (40).
42. 10 July 1694. Thomas FOSTER of Combes, shepherd.
Administratrix: Dorothy F. of C., widow.
Sureties: Thomas Peereman of Chichester, innholder, and Robert Massam of Chichester, grocer.
STCV 1694 (41).
43. 11 July 1694. James SMITH of Thakeham, weaver.
Administrator: Thomas S. of T., son of deceased.
Sureties: Robert Edmonds of Angmering, and George Palmer of West Chiltington, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (42).
44. 13 July 1694. Edward SOPP of Kirdford, husbandman.
Administrator: Robert S. of Petworth, yeoman.
Sureties: William Holt of Chichester, victualler, and Richard Pafot of Chichester.
STCV 1693 (43).
45. 16 July 1694. Gregory (?Richard) JARVIS of Arundel.
Administratrix: Dorothy J. [? of Arundel], widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Bucknor of Boxgrove, yeoman, and Robert Massom of Chichester, grocer.
STCV 1694 (44).
46. 17 July 1694. John STEYNING of Rudgwick.
Administratrix: John Butcher of R., gent., pro. Sarah B. als S., his wife, and guardian of deceased's brother, William, minor.
Surety: Jacob Williams of Chichester, merchant.
STCV 1694 (45).
47. 18 July 1694. Richard STURT of Sidlesham, yeoman.
Administratrix: Elizabeth S. of S., widow.
Sureties: Joseph Ward of S., yeoman, and John Woolvin of Chichester, knacker.
STCV 1694 (46).
48. 22 July 1694. Mary GOFFE of Ashurst, widow.
Administrator: Richard Powell of Shipley, husband of Catherine Powell, administratrix of deceased.
Sureties: Thomas Bishop of Wiston.
STCV 1694 (47).
49. 8 August 1694. Arthur LUXFORD of Horsham.
Administrator: John L. of ?., son of deceased.
Surety: Thomas Freeman of Hurstpierpoint, watchmaker.
STCV 1694 (48).
50. 13 August 1694. Joseph SELDEN of Bury, yeoman.
£50.
Administratrix: Mary S. of B., widow.
Sureties: William Barber of B., yeoman, and William Hale of Chichester, vintner.
STCV 1694 (49).
51. 21 August 1694. Anthony AYLING of Pulborough, yeoman.
Administratrix: Joan A. of P., widow.
Sureties: Richard Harwood of P., yeoman, and William Hale of Chichester, vintner.
STCV 1694 (50).
52. 14 September 1694. John BARNARD of Wiston.
Administratrix: Elizabeth B. of W., widow and relict.
Surety: Robert Gould of W., gent.
STCV 1694 (51).
53. 14 September 1694. Barbara MYRRIAM als SHELLEY, widow, of Horsham,
Administrator: Edmund S., of Middle Temple, London, gent.,
Admin. of goods left unadministered by Edward S., gent., deceased, and Timothy S., gent., deceased, and Mary S.
Surety: Thomas Marchant of Chichester, vintner.
STCV 1694 (52).
54. Barbara SHELLEY :
See Barbara MYRRIAM.
55. 6 October 1694. John AGATES of West Grinstead, yeoman.
£240
Administrator: Thomas A. senior, of W.G., yeoman.
Surety: Thomas A. junior, of W.G., yeoman.
STCV 1694 (53).
56. 8 October 1694. Thomas COWPER (junior) of Rudgwick.
Administratrix: Joan C. of R., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Michell of R., yeoman, and William Stedman of Ewhurst, Surrey, merchant.
STCV 1694 (54).
57. 13 October 1694. Peter HOLLIST of Midhurst.
Administrator: Robert Albery of M., yeoman, guardian of the children of the deceased.
STCV 1694 (55).
58. 15 October 1694. Joseph SHEPPARD of Bosham.
Administratrix: Frances S. of B., widow and relict.
Sureties: William S. of B., fisherman.
STCV 1694 (56).
59. 17 October 1694. William ARNEY of Westbourne (Nutbourne).
Administratrix: Joan A. of N., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Hartfield of N., farmer, and John Harman of Bosham, sailor.
STCV 1694 (57).
60. 20 October 1694. Richard STEERE of Itchingfield.
Administrator: Wheatley Michell of Warnham, gent.
Surety: John Tickeridge of I., farmer.
STCV 1694 (58).
61. 20 October 1694. Ann BEVIS of Goring, widow.
Administrator: Jacob B. of G., yeoman, son of deceased.
Surety: William Castle of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1694 (59).
62. 25 October 1694. Ralph PENYCOD of Boxgrove.
Administrator: John Marten of Strettington(B)., husband of Elizabeth M. als Newland, neice of deceased.
Surety: Niatt Warland of Chichester,
STCV 1694 (60).
63. 27 October 1694. Joseph WARD of Sidlesham.
Administratrix: Mary W. of S., widow and relict.
Sureties: Robert Armstrong of Chichester, merchant, and John Rusbridge of S., yeoman.
STCV 1694 (61).
64. 27 October 1694. John HUTBERT of West Stoke.
Administrators: William Chalcroft of W.S. and Christopher Scardfield of W.S., both guardians of Mary, Jane, John, Thomas H., children of deceased.
Sureties: Thomas Fullick of Chichester, tobacconist, and John Linter of Chichester, glazier.
STCV 1694 (62).
65. 1 November 1694. Clement OLIVER of Goring.
Administratrix: Ann O. of G., widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Ludgater of Angmering, ropemaker, and William Holt of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1694 (63).
66. 3 November 1694. Daniel BENNET of Findon.
Administrator: Thomas B. of F., brother of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Holmwood of F., yeoman, and Thomas Haines of F., yeoman.
STCV 1694 (64).
67. 3 November 1694. William BARNARD of Goring.
Administrator: John Green of Lyminster, husband of Dorothy Green als B., sister of deceased, and guardian of Dorothy, John, and Bernard Green, children of Dorothy Green.
Sureties: Peter Penfold of Angmering, yeoman, and John Gracemark, of Angmering, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (65).
68. 3 November 1694. Mary DUKE of Arundel.
Administrator: Peter Penfold of Angmering, husband of Eliza Penfold als D., sister of the deceased.
Sureties: John Green of Lyminster, yeoman, and John Grasemarke of Lyminster, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (66).
69. 5 November 1694. John CHATFIELD of Itchenor.
Administrators: Margaret Gravely and Richard Gravely of Sidlesham, principal creditors and guardians of Susan, Rachel, John and Joseph, children of the deceased.
Sureties: William Graveley of Chartham (Kent), yeoman, and John Attwood of Chichester, St. Pancras, victualler.
STCV 1694 (67).
70. 6 November 1694. Anthony YALDEN of Arundel.
Administratrix: Jane Y. of A., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Lewis of A., cordwainer, and John Croucher of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1694 (68).
71. 6 November 1694. John BALL of South Stoke.
Administrator: Thomas Swayne of Bury, husband of Mary Swayne, als B.
Sureties: Christopher Tupper of Bury, yeoman, and Robert Armstrong of Chichester, merchant.
STCV 1694 (69).
72. 8 November 1694. Robert BANNISTER of Wisborough Green.
£1100
Administratrix: Joan B. of W.G., widow and relict.
Sureties: William Bannister of W.G., yeoman, and John Napper of W.G., yeoman.
STCV 1694 (70).
73. 10 November 1694. Anne SOANE of Bosham.
Administratrix: Anne Voake of B., daughter of deceased.
Sureties: John Croucher of Chichester, cordwainer, and James Roberts of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1694 (71).
74. 14 November 1694. Joan POTTS of Walberton.
Administrators: Richard Rolfe of W., and John Dumbrell of Binsted, and John Short of Aldingbourne.
Surety: John Styant of W., gent.
STCV 1694 (72).
75. 16 November 1694. Thomas NORTH of ----.
Administrator: Robert Luff of Rogate, husband of Mary Luff als N., daughter of deceased.
Sureties: Philip Pocock of Hawkley, Hants, yeoman, and Bennet Trubb of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1694 (73).
76. 24 November 1694. James ERWICKER of Sidlesham.
Administratrix: Anne E. of S., widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Faith of S., yeoman, and John E. of S., carpenter.
STCV 1694 (74).
77. 24 November 1694. Dollnas WILDER of Wisborough Green.
Administratrix: Sarah W. of W.G., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Shudd of W.G., yeoman, and Richard Shudd of Chichester, mercer.
STCV 1694 (75).
78. 27 November 1694. John SCOTT of Elsted.
Administrator: Anthony Pitt of Harting, yeoman, and guardian of the children of the deceased.
Sureties: John Pitt of Treyford, yeoman, and Robert Aylwin of Treyford, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (76).
79. 28 November 1694. Thomas STURT of Billingshurst.
£1600
Administrator: John S. of B., yeoman, son of deceased.
Sureties: John Sowton of Chichester, wool merchant, and Nathaniel Sowton of Chichester, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (77).
80. 28 November 1694. John RASON of Sutton.
Administrator: Silvester Goodfellow of Fittleworth, merchant.
Surety: Robert Messam of Chichester, grocer.
STCV 1694 (78).
81. 12 December 1694. John FRANCES of Gumber.
Administratrix: Sarah F., of G., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Tullett of Slindon, yeoman, and Robert Devenish of G., yeoman.
STCV 1694 (79),
82. 8 December 1694. William GOSBY of ------.
Administratrix: Elizabeth G. of ------, widow and relict.
Sureties: Robert Gosby [?] of Chichester, grocer, and Frank Gosby of Bury, butcher.
STCV 1694 (80).
83. 15 December 1694. Daniel LEGGAT of Sutton.
Administratrix: Mary L. of S., widow and relict.
Sureties: John L. of S., yeoman, and John Sturt of Cocking, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (81).
84. 15 December 1694. Thomas SANDHAM of Tillington.
£750
Administratrix: Margaret S. of T., widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard King of T., yeoman, and John Horton of Northchapel, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (82).
85. 17 December 1694. John MUNFIELD of Westbourne [Nutbourne].
£70
Administratrix: Joan M. of N., widow and relict.
Sureties: John Fairmener of Bosham, yeoman, and Edmund Fairmener of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1694 (83).
86. 17 December 1694. John PAYNE of Horsham, weaver.
Administrator: Edward Payne of [Horsham], weaver, brother of deceased.
Surety: Solomon Pierce of [Horsham], carpenter.
STCV 1694 (84).
87. 18 December 1694. Charles BIRD of Woolavington.
Administrator: Michael Dakins of London.
Sureties: Edward Hall of W., joiner, and Robert Ayling of Chichester.
STCV 1694 (85).
88. 19 December 1694. Richard HAYNES of [Egdean].
Administratrix: Ann H. of E., widow and relict.
Sureties: Geoffrey Dawtrey of Petworth and Thomas Peereman of ------.
STCV 1694 (86).
89. 29 December 1694. Elizabeth CHASMER of Horsham.
Administrator: Frances Stringer of H., yeoman.
Sureties: John Sheppard of Selsey, yeoman, and John Miles of Horsham, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (87).
90. 29 December 1694. Josphh CHASMER of Horsham.
Administrator: Francis Stringer of Horsham, yeoman, during minority of Francis, son of deceased.
Sureties: John Sheppard of Selsey, yeoman, and John Mills of Horsham, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (88).
91. 2 January 1694/5. George CHILD of Wisborough Green.
Administrator: Richard Watson of Kirdford, yeoman, guardian during minority of deceased's son, John.
Surety: Thomas Peerman of Chichester, innholder.
STCV 1694 (89).
92. 8 January 1694/5. Richard KNIGHT of Rudgwick.
£308
Administrator: Richard K. of Slinfold, son of deceased.
Sureties: Henry Grumbridge of Horsham, yeoman, and James Oldreing of Horsham, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (90).
93. 10 January 1694/5. Edward BOWLEY of Pulborough.
Administrators: Jane B. of P., widow and Edward Bowley of P., yeoman.
Sureties: Samuel Tupper of Bury, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (91).
94. 12 January 1694/5. Thomas MIDDLETON of ------.
Administrator: John Shelley of Worth, gent, to administer goods of ------ Middleton, left unadministered by T.M.
Surety: George Virgoe of Worth, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (92).
95. 19 January 1694/5. Elizabeth SANDHAM of ------.
Administrator: Robert S. of East Dean, yeoman.
Sureties: Francis Halsey of Chichester, joiner, and John Croucher of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1694 (93).
96. 21 January 1694/5. John BILLINGSHURST of Lodsworth.
Administrator: John Shudd, sen., of Haslemere, Surrey, yeoman.
Sureties: Thomas Meacham of Chichester, innholder, and William Hale of Chichester.
STCV 1694 (94).
97. 23 January 1694/5. John BAKER of Rogate.
Administrator: John Wooldridge of R., bricklayer.
Sureties: George Wheeler of Chichester, victualler, and Richard Razall of Chichester.
STCV 1694 (95).
98. 26 January 1694/5. Edward KNIGHT of Lyminster.
Administratrix: Elizabeth K. of L., widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Ockenden of Lyminster, yeoman, and Anthony Morley of Arundel.
STCV 1694 (96).
99. 28 January 1694/5. Peter BATCHELOR of Petworth.
Administratrix: Mary Skeete of Barlavington, widow.
Sureties: Frank Cosby of Bury, John Mills of Barlavington, millwright, and John Petoe of (Strood) Petworth, wheelwright.
STCV 1694 (97).
100. 29 January 1694/5. Walter GALE [GEALE] of Findon.
Administratrix: Theodosia G., of F., widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Woolvin of Arundel, carpenter, and John Butterley of Chichester, tailor.
STCV 1694(98).
101. Walter GEALE of Findon :
See Walter GALE.
STCV 1694 (98).
102. 2 February 1694/5. Jane YALDEN of Arundel.
Administrator: Andrew Wilmer of Arundel, merchant, during minority of deceased's children.
Surety: Adrian Collis of Arundel, gent.
STCV 1694 (99).
103. 6 February 1694/5. John HOBS of Tillington.
Administrator: John Puttock of Tillington, thatcher.
Sureties: James Edsell of Petworth, cordwainer, and John Croucher of Chichester.
STCV 1694 (100).
104. 16 February 1694/5. Ann DEANE of [Shipley].
Administrator: Richard D. of Shipley, yeoman.
Surety: John Shawe of West Chiltington, yeoman.
STCV 1694 (101).
105. 10 February 1694/5. Richard SHAW of West Chiltington.
Administrator: John Shaw of Billingshurst, son of deceased.
Sureties: John S. of W.C., yeoman, and Francis Doyly.
STCV 1694 (102).
106. 21 February 1694/5. Henry BURCHER of Felpham, bricklayer.
Administratrix: Mary Lane of Chichester, widow.
Sureties: George Collins of Chichester, scrivenor, and John Croucher of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1694 (103).
107. 11 March 1694/5. Joan DEANE of Thakeham.
Administrator: Isaac D. of T., yeoman.
Sureties: Jeremiah Pryor of Shipley, yeoman, and John Croucher of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1694 (104).
108. 13 March 1694/5. Robert HALL of Petworth.
Administrator: Samuel Greenfield of Fittleworth, wool merchant. during the minority of the deceased's children.
Sureties: John Broomfield of Petworth, freemason, and Robert Rolls of Chichester.
STCV 1694 (105).
109. 19 March 1694/5. Nicholas READ of Bosham.
Administrator: John Wilkes of Horsham, husband of Mary Wilkes. als Read, sister of deceased.
Surety: Richard Godman of Chichester, knacker.
STCV 1694 (106).
110. 21 March 1694/5. John HORSELY of Fernhurst.
Administratrix: Margaret H. of F., widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Luffe of F., blacksmith, and John Hewett of Cocking, clothworker.
STCV 1694 (107).
111. - - 1694. Richard JOYNER of Eartham.
Administratrix: Sarah J. of E., widow and relict.
Sureties: Nicholas Baxter of St. Pancras, Chichester. blacksmith, and Richard Stephens of St. Pancras, Chichester.
STCV 1694 (108).
112. - - 1694. John HASLER of -----.
Administratrix: Susan H., widow.
Sureties: Edward Juppe and John Porter.
STCV 1694 (109).
1695
1. 3 April 1695. Richard WALDER of West Grinstead, yeoman.
Administratrix: Ann Walder of West Grinstead, widow and relict.
Sureties: William Peirce of West Grinstead, and Stephen Vickers of Chichester, St. Pancras.
STCV 1695 (1).
2. 6 April 1695. William COPPARD of Petworth.
Administratrix: Clysse Coppard of Petworth, widow and relict.
Sureties: John Quinnell of Petworth, shoemaker, and Richard Garland of Petworth, shoemaker.
STCV 1695 (2).
3. 10 April 1695. Thomas GUNN of Broadwater.
Administrator: Thomas Gunn (son of deceased) of goods left unadministered by Mary, relict of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Gunn of Patcham, Gent., and Robert Baker of Chichester, Citizen and Alderman.
STCV 1695 (3).
4. 10 April 1695. John LANGLEY of Wisborough Green.
Administratrix: Constance Langley of Wisborough Green, widow and relict.
Sureties: Robert Allen of Petworth (?), Wool Merchant, and John Croucher of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1695 (4).
5. 20 April 1695. William CODDERINGTON of Chichester, victualler.
Administrator: Robert Thornden of Chichester, Citizen and Merchant, also Guardian during minority of Elizabeth, William, and Catherine Codderington.
Surety: Richard Farenden of Chichester, carpenter.
STCV 1695 (5).
6. 22 April 1695. Jane HASELL (als CODDERINGTON) of ?, widow.
Administrator: William Williams of Chichester, Gardener.
Surety: George Butterley of Chichester, blacksmith.
STCV 1695 (6).
7. CODDERINGTON, Jane - see HASELL, Jane.
8. 30 April 1695. Michael SCARDEFIELD of Funtington.
Administrator: Edward Page of Havant, Hants., principal creditor and guardian of two children of the deceased.
Surety: George Wheeler of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1695 (7).
9. 4 May 1695. William SMITH of Easebourne.
Administratrix: Jane Smith of Easebourne, widow and relict.
Sureties: Robert Hudson of Iping, yeoman, and Anthony Smith of Stedham, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (8).
10. 13 May 1695. Richard LAMBERT of Arundel.
Administrator: John Lambert of Angmering, of goods left unadministered by Richard's widow, Alice, (who is deceased).
Surety: Robert Pannat of Angmering, tailor.
STCV 1695 (9).
11. 20 May 1695. John SUMMERS of ?.
Administratrix: Susan Summers of Barlavington, widow.
Sureties: Christopher Ford of Barlavington, yeoman, and John Leggatt of Sutton, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (10).
12. 26 May 1695. William HAWARD of Amberley.
[ £? ]
Administratrix: Mary Fryer als Haward.
Sureties: Elizabeth Burley; and Jane Clark of Chichester.
STCV 1695 (11).
13. 30 May 1695. Thomas BLUNDELL of ?.
Administratrix: Jane Blundell, widow and relict, of ?.
Sureties: Richard Hunt; and Thomas Short of Chichester.
STCV 1695 (12).
14. 1 June 1695. Richard WATTS of Aldingbourne.
Administratrix: Ann Watts of Aldingbourne, widow and relict.
Surety: Henry Staker.
STCV 1695 (13).
15. 3 June 1695. George SHUDD of Wisborough Green (Loxwood).
Administrator: George Shudd of Wisborough Green, son of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Shudd of Chichester, and Thomas Peerman of [Chichester], innholder.
STCV 1695 (14).
16. 12 June 1695. Samuel ARNOLD of North Mundham.
Administrator: John Styant of Walberton, Gent.
STCV 1695 (15).
17. 12 June 1695. Joan SKINNER of Barnham, widow.
Administratrix: Elizaneth Skinner of Barnham, spinster.
Sureties: Robert Johnson of Yapton, yeoman, and Arthur Price of Yapton, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (16).
18. 20 June 1695. John BENNET of Washington.
£220
Administratrix: Susan Bennet of Washington, widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Bishop of Wiston, husbandman, and Laurence Horish of Chichester.
STCV 1695 (17).
19. 24 June 1695. John TURNER of Ashington.
£1,500
Administratrix: Sarah Turner of Ashington, widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Caplin of Ashington, yeoman, and Richard Fiest of Ashington, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (18).
20. 29 June 1695. William CHEESEMAN of Warnham.
Administratrix: Margaret Cheeseman of Warnham, widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Shorte of Warnham, yeoman, and William Longhurst of Abinger, Surrey, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (19).
21. 5 July 1695. Edward CHANNELL of Nuthurst, yeoman.
Administratrix: Elizabeth Channell of Nuthurst, widow and relict.
Sureties: John Geering of West Grinstead, yeoman, and John Shand [?] of Nuthurst, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (20).
22. 6 July 1695. John COLEBROOKE of Ambersham, Hants., yeoman.
Administratrix: Joan Colebrooke of Ambersham, Hants., widow.
Surety: John Hewatt of Cocking, clothmaker.
STCV 1695 (21).
23. 13 July 1695. Robert FRY of Coldwaltham.
Administratrix: Ann Fry of Coldwaltham, widow and relict.
Sureties: John Taylor of Rumboldswhyke, farmer, and William Preston of Rumboldswhyke, cobbler.
STCV 1695 (22).
24. 13 July 1695. Thomas EELES of Funtington.
Administratrix: Mary Eeles of Funtington, widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Fullick of Chichester, grocer, and John Pinke of Funtington, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (23).
25. 31 July 1695. John TUESLY of Slinfold.
Administrator: John Blundell of Wisborough Green.
Sureties: John Luker of ?, yeoman, and John Atwood of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1695 (24).
26. 1 August 1695. George RASON of Burpham.
Administrator: John Knowles of Burpham, principal creditor, and guardian of Joan Rason, daughter of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Eede of Burpham, yeoman, and John Leafe of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1695 (25).
27. 7 August 1695. John STURMY of Westbourne, Gent.
Administrator: Edward Page of Havant, Hants., principal creditor.
Sureties: Francis Mersh of Chichester, yeoman, and George Wheeler of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1695 (26).
28. 24 August 1695. William TRIMLETT of Funtington (West Ashling).
Administratrix: Elizabeth Trimlett of West Ashling, widow and relict.
Sureties: Mary Green, senior, and Mary Green, junior, of Bosham.
STCV 1695 (27).
29. 5 September 1695. William FURLONGER of Billingshurst, yeoman.
£1,200
Administratrix: Elizabeth Furlonger of Billingshurst, widow and relict.
Sureties: Walter Cooper of Billingshurst, yeoman, and William Greenfeild of Billingshurst, butcher.
STCV 1695 (28).
30. 21 September 1695. Edward GREGORY of Trotton, blacksmith.
Administrator: Edward Gregory of Trotton, son of deceased.
Sureties: John Hewett of Cocking, clothworker, and George Wheeler of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1695 (29).
31. 11 October 1695. Barbara MIRRYHAM, of ?
Administrator: John Michell, Esq., husband of Mary Michell (als. Shelley), estate left unadministered by Edward Shelley and Timothy Shelley.
Surety: John Michell, Gent., of Greys Inn, Middlesex.
STCV 1695 (30).
32. 15 October 1695. Dorothy BARTLETT of Harting.
Administrator: James Bartlett of New Shoreham, shipwright, son of deceased.
Sureties: James Lane of Chichester, Gent., and Robert Baker of Chichester, Alderman.
STCV 1695 (31).
33. 31 October 1695. William ANDREW of Birdham.
£20.
Administratrix: Phoebe Steptoe of Chichester, All Saints, widow, and principal creditor.
Surety: Henry Hearsey of Chichester, cordwainer.
STCV 1695 (32).
34. 8 November 1695. Matthew IRELAND of Wisborough Green.
Administrator: John Ireland of Wisborough Green, yeoman, brother of deceased.
Sureties: John Shudd of Kirdford, yeoman, and John Hill of Wisborough Green, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (33).
35. 9 December 1695. Sarah HILE of Angmering.
Administrators: Thomas French of North Stoke and Henry French of Patching.
Sureties: Oliver Penfold of Angmering, yeoman, and William Ewens of Poling, yeoman
Admon. bond with will annexed.
STCV 1695 (34).
36. 14 December 1695. John TAYLOR of Arundel.
Administratrix: Joan Taylor of Arundel, widow and relict.
Surety: John Osborne of Arundel.
STCV 1695 (35).
37. 14 December 1695. John BOOKER of Rudgwick.
£1,000
Administratrix: Ann Booker of Rudgwick, widow and relict.
Sureties: William Overington of Rudgwick, yeoman, and John Ireland of Rudgwick, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (36).
38. 14 December 1695. John HAWKINS of Midhurst.
Administratrix: Mary Hawkins of Midhurst, widow and relict.
Surety: William Hammond of Midhurst, malster.
STCV 1695 (37).
39. 14 December 1695. Thomas SAUNDERS of East Wittering.
Administrators: Anne Saunders of Chichester, spinster, and Elizabeth Faith als Saunders, wife of John Faith of Birdham, sisters of the deceased.
Sureties: Richard Faith of Sidlesham, yeoman, and John Scott of East Wittering, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (38).
40. 23 December 1695. Henry COOPER of Pulborough.
Administratrix: Ann Cooper of Pulborough, widow and relict.
Sureties: John Hearsey of Linchmere, yeoman, and Thomas East of Linchmere, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (39).
41. 4 January 1695/6. Mary NASH of East Wittering.
Administrator: John Nash of Selsey, son of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Bettesworth of Selsey, miller, and William [Castle?] of Chichester, victualler.
STCV 1695 (40).
42. 11 January 1695/6. John GREEN of Lyminster.
Administrator: Thomas Humphrey of Arundel, principal creditor, guardian of deceased's four children as widow has renounced.
Surety: Thomas Peckham of Arundel, Gent.
STCV 1695 (41).
43. 25 January 1695/6. Charles GLYDE of Aldingbourne.
£35
Administrator: Henry Hull, junior, of Aldingbourne, yeoman, and principal creditor.
STCV 1695 (42).
44. 29 January 1695/6. Mary JOY als BRINKWELL of Byworth.
Administrator: William Brinkwell of Byworth, cooper, son of deceased.
Sureties: Geoffrey Dawtrey of Petworth, yeoman, and William Neale of Fittleworth, yeoman.
STCV 1695 (43).
45. BRINKWELL, Mary - see JOY, Mary.
STCV 1695/6 (43).
46. 3 February 1695/6. Edward EEDE of Petworth.
Administrator: John Eede of Ashington, husbandman.
Surety: John Fairhill of Chichester.
STCV 1695 (44).
47. 5 February 1695/6. William DABBS of Midhurst.
Administratrix: Elizabeth Dabbs of Midhurst, widow and relict.
Sureties: Joseph Betts of Midhurst, yeoman, and Henry Richardson of Chichester, glover.
STCV 1695 (45).
48. 14 February 1695/6. John WILKINS of Burpham.
Administratrix: Mary Wilkins, spinster, of Burpham.
Sureties: Anthony Morley of Arundel, and Richard Chesly of Burpham.
STCV 1695 (46).
49. 28 February 1695/6. Thomas SHERWIN of Warnham.
Administrator: John Charman of Warnham, principal creditor.
Surety: John Steere of Warnham, farmer.
STAV 1695 (47).
50. 13 March 1695/6. James GOBLE of Arundel, tobacconist.
Administrator: Matthew Woodman of London, citizen and smith, and guardian of children of deceased during minority.
Sureties: James Waller of Horsham, Tanner, and Henry Hillman of Chichester, currier.
STCV 1695 (48).
51. circa 1695 ?. George ELLIS of Billingshurst.
Administratrix: Mary Capelin of Northchapel, widow and principal creditor.
Sureties: Henry Baker of Kirdford, miller, and John Greenfield of Clerkesland, Billingshurst.
STAV 1695 (49).
52. 29 - 1695. John LICKFOLD of East Wittering.
Administratrix: Catherine Lickfold of East Wittering, widow.
Sureties: John Scott, yeoman, and John Flod.
STCV 1695 (50).
53. [- -] 1695. Osber SALTER of Thakeham.
Administratrix: Elizabeth Salter of Thakeham, widow.
Sureties: William Woods, senior, of Sullington, and Samuel Louer of Sullington.
STCV 1695 (51).
1697
1. 12 July 1697. William HEATHER of Nutbourne.
£29
Administrator: William Whicher of Lordington, gent., and principal creditor.
Surety: George Wheeler of Chichester, innholder.
STCV 1697 (1).
DEANERIES OF PAGHAM AND TARRING, 1670-1689 (STA V)
1670
1. 11 November 1670. John GREENFEILD of East Lavant, bachelor.
Administratrix: Anne Greenfeild of East Lavant, spinster, sister of deceased.
Surety: John Greenfeild of East Lavant, yeoman.
STAV 1670 (1).
2. 2 December 1670. Robert PAYNE of Patching, bachelor.
Administrator: Richard Beach of Hurstpierpoint, yeoman.
Sureties: Allen Michell of Houghton, Gent., and Peter Stuckey of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1670 (2).
3. 5 December 1670. John BURCHER of North Bersted.
Administrator: John Cooter of North Bersted, bricklayer, during minority of John Burcher, son of deceased.
Sureties: John Sowter of Chichester, yeoman, and Peter Stuckey of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1670 (3).
1671
1. 15 April 1671. Daniel MAUNT of North Bersted, bachelor.
Administrator: John Maunt of North Bersted, husbandman, brother of deceased.
Surety: Peter Stuckey of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1671 (1).
2. 1 May 1671. Thomas GOODMAN of Pagham.
Administrator: Joseph Goodman of Pagham, yeoman.
Sureties: Edward Johnson of Chichester, Gent., and Peter Stuckey of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1671 (2).
3. 16 September 1671. John EDMONDS of Patching.
Administrator: Joseph Lee of Thakeham, tanner, during minority of John Edmonds, son of deceased.
Sureties: Richard (?) Wicker of Thakeham, yeoman, and Robert Weeden of Patching, yeoman.
Admin, with will annexed.
STAV 1671 (3).
4. 10 November 1671. Arthur RANDALL of East Lavant.
Administrator: William Randall of East Lavant, yeoman, son of deceased.
Sureties: Edward Flood of Chichester, cordwainer, and John Sowter of Chichester, Gent.
STAV 1671 (4).
5. 30 December 1671. Richard SANFORD of Tangmere.
Administrators: Thomas Saunders of Chichester, needlemaker, and Elizabeth Saunders als Sanford, sister of deceased.
Surety: Robert Hitchcocke of Chichester, needlemaker.
STAV 1671 (5).
1672
1. 29 March 1672. John MOUNSLOW of St. Pancras, Chichester.
Administratrix: Mary Mounslow of St. Pancras, Chichester, relict.
Sureties: John Hammond of St. Pancras, Chichester, needlemaker, and John Wilson of St. Pancras, Chichester, sivemaker.
STAV 1672 (1).
2. 30 March 1672. William LIGHTFOOTE of Pagham (South Mundham).
£140
Administratrix: Elizabeth Lightfoote of Pagham (South Mundham), widow and relict.
Sureties: William Lightfoote of Birdham, yeoman, and Richard Moory of Pagham, husbandman.
STAV 1672 (2).
1673
1. 24 December 1673. John AYRES of North Bersted.
£12
Administrator: William Ayres of Bersted. husbandman, brother and principal creditor of deceased.
Surety: William Jennings of Chichester (St. Bartholomews), Citizen and Merchant.
STAV 1673 (1).
1676
1. 29 April 1676. William LILLIOTT, junior, of South Bersted.
Administratrix: Elizabeth Lilliott of South Bersted, widow and relict.
Sureties: John Aylward of Chichester, clerk, and Francis Halsey of Chichester, joiner.
STAV 1676 (1).
2. 12 July 1676. William OLDER of Tarring, bachelor.
Administrator: John Older of Goring, husbandman, only brother of deceased.
Surety: John Champion of Tarring, Gent.
STAV 1676 (2).
3. 21 August 1676. Thomas FARLEY of Bersted.
Administrator: John Fletcher of Steyning, Gent., executor of will of William Fletcher of Chichester, gent., decd., formerly principal creditor and administrator of goods of Thomas Farley.
Sureties: John Tupper of Bersted, yeoman, and Stephen Saunders of Pagham, yeoman.
STAV 1676 (3).
4. 15 January 1676/7. Susan LEGGAT of Slindon, widow.
Administrator: John Nowell of Slindon, yeoman, and principal creditor.
Surety: Joseph Hartley of Aldingbourne, yeoman.
STAV 1676. (4).
5. 15 February 1676/7. Thomas HULL of Durrington.
Administratrix: Mary Hull of Durrington, widow and relict.
Sureties: Robert Collins of West Tarring, yeoman, and Peter Stuckey of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1676. (5).
6. 20 March 1676/7. William LEWIS, senior, of All Saints, Chichester.
Administratrix: Sarah Lewis, of All Saints, Chichester, widow and relict.
Sureties: William Lewis, senior, of Chichester, Citizen and Merchant, and Niatt Warland of Chichester, Cordwainer.
STAV 1676. (6).
1677
1. 10 November 1677. Thomas BETT of North Bersted (Shripney).
Administratrix: Catherine Bett of North Bersted (Shripney), widow and relict.
Sureties: Bartholomew Fishweeke of Stoughton, carpenter, and William Trigg of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1677 (1).
1. 3 October 1678. Anne DIGGINSON, als WESTBROOK, (previously wife of Thomas Westbrook of Arundel.)
Administrator: Henry Digginson, of -----.
Sureties: William Triggs and Edward Farnden, both of Chichester.
STAV 1678 (1).
2. Anne WESTBROOK, see Anne DIGGINSON.
3. 5 November 1678. Thomas FROGBROOK of Bosham.
Administratrix: Catharine Frogbrook of Bosham, widow and relict.
Sureties: Joseph Shephard of Bosham, Fisherman, and Robert Frogbrook of Bosham, fisherman.
STAV 1678 (2).
4. 6 November 1678. Richard SUCKET of West Thorney, husbandman.
Administratrix: Anne Sucket of West Thorney, widow and relict.
Sureties: John Pratt of Chichester, and Thomas Trimblet of Chichester, husbandman.
STAV 1678 (3).
5. 8 November 1678. William REDWELL of Bosham.
Administrator: Thomas Hart of Bosham, husbandman, and husband of Joan Hart als Redwell, daughter of deceased.
Surety: Thomas Alcock of Chichester, musician.
STAV 1678 (4).
6. 9 November 1678. Henry HIDER of Yapton.
Administrator: Samuel Hider of Felpham, cordwainer, and son of deceased.
Sureties: William Saxbee of Eastergate, yeoman, and John Sowter of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1678 (5).
7. 16 November 1678. Richard STURT of Felpham, bachelor.
Administrator: Thomas Sturt of Billingshurst, yeoman, next of kin of deceased.
Sureties: Daniel Burchall of Billingshurst, husbandman, and Daniel Duffield of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1678 (6).
8. 16 November 1678. Anne SOWTER of Stoughton, widow.
Administrator: Henry Sowter of (Broadreed) Stoughton, husbandman, son of deceased.
Sureties: Alexander Sowter of Stoughton, husbandman, and Richard Silverlock of Westbourne, yeoman.
STAV 1678 (7).
9. 16 November 1678. John ROSE of Littlehampton.
£270
Administratrix: Mary Rose of Littlehampton, widow and relict.
Sureties: John Rose of Lyminster, husbandman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1678 (8).
10. 19 November 1678. Edward RAYNSTED of Bosham.
Administratrix: Charity Raynsted of Bosham, widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Lane of Bosham, yeoman, and Henry Warburton of Bosham, weaver.
STAV 1678 (9).
11. 22 November 1678. Thomas LONG of Amberley.
Administrator: Edward Farrah of Boxgrove, blacksmith, and husband of Alice Farrah, als Long, daughter of deceased.
Surety: Allen Michell of Houghton, yeoman.
STAV 1678 (10).
12. 29 November 1678. William SPURRYER, senior, of Iping.
Administratrixes: Christian Spurryer of Easebourne, spinster, and Anne Spurryer, spinster, of Woolbeding, neices of deceased.
Sureties: Edward Atkinson of Midhurst, husbandman, and Richard Fry of Stedham, butcher.
STAV 1678 (11).
13. 30 November 1678. George WATLER of Pagham.
£250
Administrator: Stephen Rogers of Pagham, husbandman, and husband of Jane Rogers als Watler, relict of deceased.
Sureties: William Guy of North Mundham, husbandman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1678 (12).
14. 17 December 1678. Rachael POLTER of Wisborough Green, widow.
Administrators: Joseph Briggs of Wisborough Green, timber cleaver, and husband of Mary Briggs; and Henry Briggs of Wisborough Green, clothworker, principal legatees.
STAV 1678 (13).
15. 21 December 1678. Anne BENNET of Ferring, widow.
Administratrix: Anne Bennet of Ferring, spinster, daughter of deceased.
Sureties: Nathaniel Ludgater of Rustington, husbandman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1678 (14).
16. 21 December 1678. John SLUTTER of Sidlesham.
Administratrix: Mary Slutter of Sidlesham, widow and relict.
Sureties: George White of Sidlesham, yeoman, and Roger Fishlock of Sidlesham, husbandman.
STAV 1678 (15).
17. 23 December 1678. John ALBERY of Arundel, Gent.
£3,400
Administrator: Richard Voakes of Arundel, Gent., and guardian of John Albery, minor, son of deceased, and executor.
Sureties: Nehemiah Beaton of Bignor, Gent., and George Symmonds of Arundel, Gent.
STAV 1678 (16).
18. 23 December 1678. Joan AVERY of Arundel, widow.
Administrators: George Symmonds of Arundel, Gent., and William Chapman of Arundel, yeoman, during minority of Jane and Joan Avery, daughters of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Voakes of Arundel, Gent., and Thomas Heward of Arundel, yeoman.
STAV 1678 (17).
19. 23 December 1678. Henry STRUDWICK of Kirdford.
£1,300
Administratrix: Margaret Strudwick of Kirdford, widow and relict.
Sureties: Henry Strudwick of Kirdford, yeoman, and Peter Stuckey of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1678 (18).
20. 24 December 1678. Robert LOCKYER of Aldingbourne.
Administrator: George Lockyer of Aldingbourne, husbandman, son of deceased.
Surety: John Sowter of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1678 (19).
21. 2 January 1678/9. Jane YOUNG of Midhurst, widow.
Administrator: Peregrine Peryham of Midhurst, clerk, during minority of John Young, son of deceased, and executor.
Sureties: William Young of Midhurst, Esq., and Richard Manning of Chichester, Gent.
STAV 1678 (20).
22. 6 January 1678/9. Richard BISHOP of Selsey.
Administrator: Richard Arnold of Selsey, brickmaker, during minority of Anne Arnold, maternal granddaughter. of deceased.
Sureties: John Baker of Selsey, butcher, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1678 (21).
23. 11 January 1778/9. John PANNET of Burpham (Peppering).
£1300
Administratrix: Judeth Pannet of Burpham (Peppering). widow and relict.
Sureties: John Combes of Burpham, yeoman, and Thomas Peckham of Arundel, Gent.
STAV 1678. (22).
24. 11 January 1678/9. Cox WOODISON of West Wittering.
Administrator: William Woodison of Sidlesham, husbandman, son of deceased.
Sureties: James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer, and Joseph Perkins of Chichester, victualler.
STAV 1678 (23).
25. 11 January 1678/9. Richard TROTT of Aldingbourne.
Administratrix: Mary Trott of Aldingbourne, widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Trott of Aldingbourne, yeoman, and William Trott of Aldingbourne, husbandman.
STAV 1678 (24).
26. 11 January 1678/9. Owen HARWOOD of Pulborough, husbandman.
Administrator: Thomas Ellis of Steyning, Gent, creditor.
Sureties: John Knight of Chichester, yeoman, and Peter Stuckey of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1678 (25).
27. 18 January 1678/9. Thomas WHITE of Selsey.
Administratrix: Mary White of Selsey, widow, during the minority of Elizabeth White, executor of the last will of deceased.
Sureties: Israel Tylley of Selsey husbandman, and George White of North Mundham, yeoman.
STAV 1678 (26).
28. 20 January 1678/9. John APSLEY of West Thorney.
Administratrix: Joan Apsley of West Thorney, widow and relict.
Surety: John Ring of Havant, Hants., malster.
STAV 1678 (27).
29. 21 January 1678/9. Thomas HOLLIDAY of Sompting.
Administratrix: Jane Holliday of Sompting, widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Holliday of Sompting, and James Honor of Sompting.
STAV 1678 (28).
30. 23 January 1678/9. Thomas ANDREWS of Westbourne.
Administrator: John Smith of Westbourne, husbandman, husband of Mary Smith als Andrews, relict of deceased.
Surety: James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1678 (29).
1679
1. ? ? 1679. Edward WESTON of Tarring.
Administratrix: Joan Weston of Tarring, widow and relict.
Surety: Thomas Weston of Tarring [?].
STAV 1679 (1).
2. 25 April 1679. John SAUNDERS of Chichester (All Saints).
Administratrix: Mary Saunders, widow and relict.
Surety: Henry Huggesen of Chichester, All Saints, gardener.
STAV 1679 (2).
3. 9 May 1679. John HIDE of Chichester (All Saints).
Administratrix: Elizabeth Hide.
Surety: ? ?, yeoman.
STAV 1679 (3).
4. 4 October 1679. Thomas MORLEY of North Bersted.
£130
Administratrix: Mary Morley of North Bersted, widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Pricknall of North Bersted (Bognor), husbandman, and Peter Stuckey of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1679 (4).
5. 15 October 1679. Robert FRENCH of Tarring (Heene).
£370
Administrator: Henry English of Broadwater (Worthing), yeoman, husband of Joan English als French.
Sureties: John Stemp of Worthing, husbandman, and Henry English of Worthing, husbandman.
STAV 1679 (5).
18 18 October 1679. William IDE of East Lavant.
Administrator: Thomas Petoe of East Lavant, yeoman, and guardian of Elizabeth Ide, daughter of deceased.
Sureties: James Scardevill of East Lavant, husbandman, and Peter Stuckey of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1679 (6).
7. 11 November 1679. George HELLYER of North Bersted, bachelor.
£11
Administrator: Geoffrey Hellyer of North Bersted, butcher, brother of deceased.
STAV 1679 (7).
8. 29 November 1679. Stephen SANDERS of Pagham.
Administratrix: Mary Sanders of Pagham, widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Mickleham of Pagham, yeoman, James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1679 (8).
9. 29 December 1679. Sara SCARVILL of Chichester (All Saints), spinster.
Administrator: John Sowter of Chichester, All Saints, bricklayer, and husband of Elizabeth Sowter, als Paine, als. Scarvill, sister of deceased.
Surety: James Allen of Chichester, All Saints, cordwainer.
STAV 1679 (9).
10. 8 January 1679/80. John MOOREY of Pagham.
Administratrix: Mary Moorey of Pagham, widow and relict.
Sureties: Christopher Caplin of Eastergate, yeoman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1679 (10).
11. 17 January 1679/80. James BURDON of Durrington, bachelor.
Administrators: John Holland of Sullington, yeoman, and Henry Barnes of Ashurst, yeoman, (husbands of Joan Holland als Burdon, and Jane Barnes als Burdon, sisters of deceased).
Sureties: Robert Hammond of West Chiltington, blacksmith, and William Betsworth of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1679 (11).
12. 19 January 1679/80. Thomas FULLICK of East Lavant.
Administratrix: Dorothy Fullick of East Lavant, widow and relict.
Surety: Thomas Whitman of Chichester, Bricklayer.
STAV 1679 (12).
13. 21 January 1679/80. Alice HIDE of Tarring, widow.
Administrator: Nicholas Goffe of Tarring, mercer, son of deceased.
Sureties: Thomas Alcock of Chichester, yeoman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1679 (13).
14. 31 January 1679/80. Dorothy SOTCHER of Petworth, widow.
Administrators: Edward Wakeford of Petworth, yeoman, and John Philp of Petworth, yeoman, and John Sotcher of Petworth, yeoman, during the minority of William, John and Elizabeth Sotcher.
STAV 1679 (14).
15. 14 February 1679/80. John LALE of Pagham.
Administratrix: Mary Lale of Pagham, widow and relict.
Sureties: John Wheatley of Pagham, yeoman, and John Guile of Pagham, husbandman.
STAV 1679 (15).
16. 15 March [? 1679/80]. William HIDE of Tarring.
Administratrix: Alice Hide of Tarring, widow and relict.
Sureties: John Burden of (?) Sompting, yeoman, and Thomas Leach of Sompting.
STAV 1679 (16).
1680
1. 26 March 1680. William HYDE of Tarring.
Administrator: Thomas Freeman of Horsham, Gent., of unadministered estate of Alice Hyde als Goff (relict of deceased) during minority of Nicholas and Elizabeth Goff.
STAV 1680 (1).
2. 14 April 1680. Thomas STYANT of Slindon, bachelor.
Administratrix: Joan Styant of Slindon, spinster, sister of deceased.
Sureties: Thomas Martin of Slindon, yeoman, and Richard Burnard of Chichester, husbandman.
STAV 1680 (2).
3. 20 August 1680. Elizabeth CAPLIN of Heene, spinster.
Administratrix: Anne Caplin of Broadwater, spinster, sister of deceased.
Sureties: John Sowter of Chichester, yeoman, and James Allen of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1680 (3).
4. 18 September 1680. Dorothy WATTS als SQUIRE, of Tangmere, widow.
Administrator: Thomas Forder of Sidlesham, husbandman, husband of Elizabeth Forder als Osborne, als Squire, daughter of deceased.
Surety: Niatt Warland of Chichester, victualler.
STAV 1680 (4).
5. SQUIRE, Dorothy, see WATTS, Dorothy.
6. 15 December 1680. Richard SMITH, the elder, of Slindon.
Administrator: Richard Smith of Slindon, son of deceased.
Surety: Richard Newland of Slindon, yeoman.
STAV 1680 (5).
7. 1 February 1680/1. James BEACH of Lyminster (Tottington).
£190
Administrator: Robert Crossingham of Littlehampton, principal creditor, during the minority of the children of the deceased.
Sureties: Ludovick Knight of Poling, yeoman, and Daniel Brooke of Littlehampton, yeoman.
STAV 1680 (6).
8. 19 February 1680/1. Henry BURRY of North Bersted.
Administratrix: Jane Burry of North Bersted, widow and relict.
Sureties: Page Robinson of Chichester, Gent., and Joyce Voake of North Bersted, widow.
STAV 1680 (7).
9. 5 March 1680/1. Mary COLLICK of Pagham, widow.
Administrator: John Baldwin of Pagham, yeoman, husband of Mary Baldwin, als Collick, daughter of deceased.
Sureties: Robert Armstrong of Chichester, Cooper, and Richard Manning of Chichester, Gent.
STAV 1680 (8).
10. 21 March 1680/1. Thomas WATERSFIELD, Senior, of Durrington.
Administrator: John Langford of Durrington, husbandman, husband of Elizabeth Langford als Watersfield, neice of deceased.
STAV 1680 (9).
1681
1. 12 April 1681. Thomas HOLDEN of Durrington, bachelor.
Administrator: John Rickwood of Durrington, yeoman, principal creditor.
Surety: Thomas Dennet of Ferring, yeoman.
STAV 1681 (1).
2. 30 April 1681. Joan HAMMON of Bersted.
Administratrix: Anne Hammon of Bersted, widow of John Hammon, son of deceased, and executor of her will.
Sureties: Edward Rolfe of Bersted, yeoman, and John Rolfe of Bersted, taylor, and William Moore of Bersted, yeoman.
STAV 1681 (2).
3. 28 May 1681. John TUFFE of Pagham, bachelor.
Administrator: Thomas Tuffe of Pagham, yeoman, brother of deceased.
Surety: John Wheatley, senior, of Pagham, yeoman.
STAV 1681 (3).
4. 18 June 1681. William MABSON of Pagham, bachelor.
Administrator: Simon Mabson of North Bersted, husbandman.
Sureties: Geoffrey Hellier of North Bersted, butcher, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1681 (4).
5. 25 June 1681. William CHATFIELD of Tangmere.
Administrator: William Chatfield of Tangmere, victualler, and principal creditor.
Sureties: Richard Pote of Oving, husbandman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1681 (5).
6. 14 October 1681. John JUPE of Slindon, yeoman.
Administrator: William Jupe of Slindon, yeoman.
Sureties: William Hall of Chichester, Glazier, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1681 (6).
7. 8 March 1681/2. Mary SMYTH of Slindon, spinster.
Administrator: Richard Smyth of Slindon, yeoman.
Surety: John Peachey of Slindon, yeoman.
STAV 1681 (7).
1682
1. 2 August 1682. Richard GRINSTEAD of Tarring.
Administratrix: Mary Grinstead, relict.
Sureties: Thomas Thorpe of Tarring, yeoman, and Thomas Weston of Tarring, yeoman.
STAV 1682 (1).
2. 29 September 1682. John DREWETT of Patching, yeoman.
Administrator: Robert Drewet of Patching, yeoman.
Sureties: William Barnes of Patcham, clerk, and Henry Barnes of Patching, Gent.
STAV 1682 (2).
3. 16 December 1682. John SMITH of Pagham.
Administrators: Richard Smith of Aldingbourne, yeoman, and Edward Atwood of Pagham, yeoman.
Sureties: Richard Woodland of Chichester, Gent., and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1682 (3).
1683
1. 9 May 1683. Elianor STEEDE of Durrington, widow.
Administrator: Thomas Caplen of Durrington, yeoman.
Sureties: Thomas Hollingham of Durrington, yeoman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1683 (1).
2. 10 August 1683. Anne MOUNSLOE of Chichester, (Headacre), widow.
Administrators: John Carter of Chichester, St. Pancras, merchant, and Mary Davis of Chichester, widow, during minority of Anne Mounsloe, minor, paternal grandchild of deceased.
Surety: Richard Butterley of Chichester, St. Pancras, blacksmith.
STAV 1683 (2).
3. 24 August 1683. Thomas SAYERS of Horsham.
Administrator: John Sayers of Horsham, tailor.
Sureties: John Blake of Horsham, carpenter, and George Wheeler of Chichester, victuallers.
STAV 1683 (3).
4. - September 1683. Thomas WESSENCROFT als WESTERNCROFT. of Tarring (Salvington).
[ £30 ?]
Administrator: Geering French als Westridge of Clapham, yeoman, son of Sarah French als Westridge, of goods left unadministered by Elizabeth Wessencroft als Westerncroft.
Sureties: John Fletcherson of Steyning, Gent., and John Barnard.
STAV 1683 (4).
5. 22 December 1683. Thomas JUPE of South Bersted.
Administratrix: Katherine Jupe of South Bersted, widow and relict.
Sureties: Nathaniel Downer of South Bersted, yeoman, and Walter Westcomb of South Bersted, husbandman.
STAV 1683 (5).
1684
1. 23 April 1684. Edward STEEDE of Durrington.
Administrator: John Fletcher, of Steyning, Gent., during the minority of John Steede, son of deceased.
Surety: Joseph Fletcher of Chichester, merchant.
STAV 1684 (1).
2. 28 June 1684. John JUPE of Pagham.
Administratrix: Alice Jupe of Pagham, widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Barber of Felpham, yeoman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1684 (2).
3. 6 November 1684. Susan MANN of Chichester (All Saints).
Administrator: William Costelow, senior, of Chichester, malster, principal creditor and guardian of Thomas Gray, maternal grandchild.
Surety: James Allen of Chichester.
STAV 1684 (3).
4. 29 November 1684. Magdaline SHAW of Pagham, maiden.
Administrator: John Smith of Bersted, fisherman.
STAV 1684 (4).
1685
1. 23 July 1685. John HOLLAND of Sullington.
£107
Administrator: Thomas Hollingham of West Tarring, yeoman, principal creditor, and guardian during minority of Edward, John, and ----- Holland, children of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Woodland of Chichester, yeoman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1685 (1).
2. 23 July 1685. Edward HAINES of Bosham.
Administrator: Henry White of West Wittering, yeoman, husband of Elizabeth Haines als White (sic), daughter of deceased.
Sureties: Henry Newnham of Chichester, Gent., and Henry Hardham of Chichester, butcher.
STAV 1685 (2).
3. 12 August 1685. Mary MOOREY als COOKE of Pagham.
Administrator: Christopher Caplin of Eastergate, felmonger, guardian during minority of Elizabeth Moorey, daughter of deceased.
Sureties: James Beeding of Eastergate, blacksmith, and Thomas Caplin of Eastergate, felmonger.
STAV 1685 (3).
4. COOKE, Mary see MOOREY, Mary.
5. 21 August 1685. Thomas TANNER of Horsham.
Administrator: Thomas Bristow, husband of Elizabeth Bristow als Tanner, daughter of deceased.
Sureties: John Bristow of Horsham, cordwainer, and Richard Woodland of Chichester, Gent.
STAV 1685 (4).
6. 26 August 1685. Robert FORD of Petworth.
Administratrix: Susan Ford of Petworth, widow and relict, guardian during minority of Elizabeth and Susan Ford, Children of deceased.
Sureties: William Holmes of Petworth, yeoman, and Richard Fisher of Petworth, farmer.
STAV 1685 (5).
7. 7 September 1685. John FITZHERBERT of Petworth, Clerk.
Administratrix: Lettice Fitzherbert of Petworth, widow.
Sureties: Peter Voller and Daniell Morris, both of Petworth.
STAV 1685 (6).
8. 15 September 1685. John DUKE of Amberley.
Administrator: Thomas Purdue of Eartham, yeoman, during minorities of John and Elizabeth Duke, grandchildren of deceased.
Sureties: James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer, and Joseph Postelthwaite of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1685 (7).
9. 26 September 1685. Richard LEE of Bersted.
£900
Administratrix: Mary Lee of Bersted, widow and relict.
Sureties: Edward Landy of Titchfield, Hants., yeoman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1685 (8).
10. 29 September 1685. John SHAW of Nuthurst.
Administratrix: Ann Shaw, maternal granddaughter of deceased.
Sureties: Samuel Blundell of Nuthurst, yeoman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1685 (9).
11. 30 September 1685. Margary KNOWLES als SOALE, of Burpham.
Administrator: John Knowles of Burpham, yeoman, husband of deceased.
Sureties: Henry Peckham of Chichester, Citizen and Alderman, and Richard Woodland of Chichester, yeoman,
STAV 1685 (10).
12. SOALE, Margery see KNOWLES, Margery.
13. 5 December 1685. George GRAY of South Bersted.
Administratrix: Margaret Gray of South Bersted, [?], widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Gray of Aldingbourne, yeoman, and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV1685 (11).
1686
1. 22 April 1686. Thomas ALCOCK of Chichester (All Saints).
Administratrix: Mary Browne als Alcock of Chichester, widow.
STAV 1686 (1).
2. 22 May 1686. John THARE als FARYES of Horsham, (Bishopsbridge).
Administrator: Thomas Tingler of Horsham, yeoman, and principal creditor.
Surety: Thomas Grinfeild of West Grinstead, yeoman.
STAV 1686 (2).
3. FARYES, John see THARE, John.
4. 19 July 1686. Thomas NASH of East Lavant.
Administratrix: Eleanor Nash of East Lavant, widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Clowdesly of Chichester, chemist, and Robert Addams of Chichester, Gent.
STAV 1686 (3).
5. 20 July 1686. Katherine BRETT of Horsham, (Bishopsbridge).
£1,400
Administratrix: Katherine Brett of Horsham (Bishopbridge), spinster, principal creditor, and daughter of deceased.
Sureties: John Wicker of Horsham, beerbrewer, and William Briggs of Horsham, bucketmaker.
STAV 1686 (4).
6. 18 August 1686. John KNOWLES of Pagham, yeoman.
Administratrix: Ann Knowles of Pagham, spinster, sister of deceased, and guardian during minority of John Knowles, son of deceased.
Sureties: John Wheatley of Pagham, yeoman, and John Russell of Chichester, tobacco-pipe maker.
STAV 1686 (5).
7. 2 September 1686. John SOWTER of Chichester.
Administrator: Edward Carter of Chichester, barber, guardian during minority of Richard, William, John, Samuel, and Elizabeth Sowter.
Sureties: William Baldwin of Chichester, Gent., and James Allen of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1686 (6).
8. 15 October 1686. John FIVENS of West Tarring.
Administratrix: Sara Fivens of West Tarring, widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Addams of Angmering, yeoman, and Thomas Hollingham of Durrington.
STAV 1686 (7).
9. 15 January 1686/7. Richard GOBLE of Pagham.
Administrator: William Goble of Pagham, yeoman, brother of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Sumers of Pagham, yeoman, and Edward Upfeild of Pagham, yeoman.
STAV 1686 (8).
1687
1. 13 April 1687. John PARLETT of East Lavant, yeoman.
Administrator: Nicholas Martin of Mid Lavant, yeoman, husband of Jane Martin als Parlett, daughter of deceased.
Surety: Thomas Addison of Chichester, cooper.
STAV 1687 (1).
2. 15 April 1687. Thomas HOOKER of Pagham.
Administratrix: Elizabeth Hooker of Pagham, widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Ewen of Pagham, yeoman, and Robert Armstrong of Chichester, cooper.
STAV 1687 (2).
3. 6 May 1687. Zachariah BRIDGER of Pagham, bachelor.
Administrator: Thomas Hammond of Warblington, Hants., husbandman, husband of Mary Hammond als Bridger, sister of deceased.
Sureties: Thomas Legg of Warblington, Hants, cordwainer, and Richard Faithfull of Chichester.
STAV 1687 (3).
4. 24 September 1687. William BLUNDEN of Slindon.
Administratrix: Joan Blunden of Slindon, relict.
Sureties: William Blunden of Boxgrove, cordwainer, and Richard Woodland of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1687 (4).
5. 22 December 1687. John PRATT of Pagham.
Administrator: Edward Pratt of Pagham, wheelwright, son of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Summers of Pagham, yeoman, and William Goble of Pagham, yeoman.
STAV 1687 (5).
6. 31 December 1687. Richard SOPP of Slindon.
Administrator: Thomas Sopp of -, son of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Newland of Slindon, Gent., and Henry Ansell of Chichester, victualler.
STAV 1687 (6),
7. 15 March 1687/8. Catherine COVER of Bersted, widow.
Administrator: John Richby of Aldingbourne, during minority of Thomas Cover, son of deceased.
Sureties: John Arrow of Yapton, yeoman, and Richard Woodland of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1687 (7).
1688
1. 30 March 1688. Peter LEGGATT of Heene.
£670
Administrator: John Haines of Washington, yeoman, during minority of Peter Leggatt, son of deceased.
Sureties: Richard Holmwood of Findon, and Robert Armstrong of Chichester, cooper.
STAV 1688 (1).
2. 3 April 1688. Thomas COVER, infant, of Bersted.
Administratrix: Mary Cover of Liss, Hants., spinster, Aunt of deceased child.
Sureties: Richard Tueslyof Funtington, yeoman, and Robert Armstrong of Chichester, cooper.
STAV 1688 (2).
3. 5 May 1688. Richard LEGATT of Pagham.
Administratrix: Jane Leggatt, widow and relict.
Sureties: William Broman of Pagham, yeoman, and Thomas Wenam of Pagham, yeoman.
STAV 1688 (3).
4. 9 June 1688. Elizabeth EWEN of Pagham, widow.
Administrator: Thomas Ewen of Pagham, yeoman, father of Henry Ewen, and John Ewen of West Itchenor, father of Elizabeth Ewen, during inority of the two said children, who are also executors.
Sureties: Henry Hardham of Chichester, butcher, and Richard Honyburne of Pagham, yeoman.
STAV 1688 (4).
5. 21 July 1688. William WILLIS of South Bersted.
Administrator: William Willis of Pagham, husbandman.
Sureties: Joseph Peche of Chichester, Gent., and Joseph Downer of Pagham, yeoman.
STAV 1688 (5).
6. 30 July 1688. Hugh RIGATE of Heene, bachelor.
Administrator: John Paskin of Durrington, yeoman, husband of Jane Paskin als Rigate, sister of deceased.
Sureties: Henry Burr of Durrington, yeoman, and Walter Sturt of Rustington, blacksmith.
STAV 1688 (6).
7. 29 December 1688. Anne ATWOOD als PEACHEY, of Pagham.
Administrator: Edward Atwood of Pagham, husband of deceased.
Surety: Richard Woodland of Chichester, yeoman.
STAV 1688 (7).
8. PEACHEY, Anne see ATWOOD, Anne.
1. 29 June 1689. Mary ROSE of Tarring, widow.
Administrator: William Edsaw of Dunsfold, Surrey, yeoman, husband of Hanna Edsaw als Hide, neice by sister of deceased.
Sureties: William Hale of Chichester, victualler, and William Holt of Chichester, victualler.
STAV 1689 (1).
2. 3 July 1689. John Gibbons of Tangmere, yeoman.
Administratrix: Grace Gibbons of Tangmere, widow and relict.
Sureties: John Stampe of East Lavant, Gent., and Thomas Goble of Chichester, merchant.
STAV 1689 (2).
3. 18 July 1689. Katherine CHINNER of Chichester, widow.
Administrator: Ralph Lewis of Chichester, cordwainer, and husband of Katherine Lewis als Taylor.
Sureties: Mary Taylor of Chichester, spinster, and James Tucke of Chichester, victualler.
STAV 1689 (3).
4. 20 August 1689. Judith GREENFEILD of Tarring, widow.
Administrator: John Rapley of Lewes, Gent., and husband of Judith Hamper als Rapley.
Sureties: Benjamin Bryant of Tarring, innholder, and Joseph Peche of Chichester, Gent.
STAV 1689 (4).
5. 19 September 1689. Thomas WESTON of Tarring, yeoman.
£1,100
Administratrix: Sara Weston, widow and relict.
Sureties: Robert Armstrong of Chichester, cooper, and Thomas Marsh of Alton, Hants., wheelwright.
STAV 1689 (5).
6. 20 October 1689. Andrew STONER of East Lavant.
Administratrix: Sarah Stoner of East Lavant, widow and relict.
Sureties: Thomas Stampe of East Lavant, Gent., and John Fleete of Westhampnett, yeoman.
STAV 1689 (6).
7. 24 October 1689. Richard DEANE of Chichester (Headacre).
Administratrix: Ann Deane of Chichester (Headacre), widow and relict.
Sureties: Richard Jones of Chichester, malster, and Edward Cooper of Chichester, joiner.
STAV 1689 (7),
8. 12 December 1689. Eleanora TAYLER of Tarring, widow.
Administrator: Nicholas Petow of Tarring, cordwainer, husband of Theodosia Petow als Tayler, daughter of deceased.
Sureties: John Fletcher of Steyning, Gent., and Robert Armstrong of Chichester, cooper.
STAV 1689 (8).
9. 12 December 1689. James TAYLER of Tarring, bachelor.
Administrator: Nicholas Petow of Tarring, cordwainer, husband of Theodosia Petow als Tayler, sister of deceased.
STAV 1689 (9).
10. 26 December 1689. Richard LEGGAT of Heene.
Administrator: James Leggat of Tarring, cordwainer, brother of deceased.
Sureties: Edward Wedgett of Tarring, collarmaker, and Robert Armstrong of Chichester, cooper
STAV 1689 (10).
11. 28 December 1689. Mary CHEESMAN of Pagham, widow.
£26
Administrator: John Bonney, husband of Agnes Bonney als Cheesman, daughter of deceased.
Sureties: William Landy of Pagham, yeoman, and Thomas Mills of Pagham, yeoman.
STAV 1689 (11).
12. 25 January 1689/90, Edward ALLEN of Pagham.
Administrator: Benjamin Colden of Funtington, yeoman, principal creditor.
Sureties: John Deare of Chichester, cordwainer, and John Deare, junior, of Chichester, cordwainer.
STAV 1689 (12).
DEANERY OF CHICHESTER, 1675-1689, 1770-1780 (Ep/III/10)
1675
1. 2 February 1675/6. Edmund BARBER of Chichester, blacksmith.
£1,800
Administrator: John Carter of Chichester, St. Pancras, cordwainer, during minority of William Barber, son of deceased.
Sureties: John Reynoles of Chichester, Citizen and Mercer, and Edward Heberden of Chichester, grocer.
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COWPER (Cooper) Margaret of Kirdford – Making ‘Children of wax’ with which to bewitch people.
Wife of William Cooper of Kirdford, surgeon.
1574 bewitched Henry Stoner of Kirdford to death.
1572 bewitched William Fowler to death.
1574 bewitched Eliz Widow of Thomas Fowler to death.
Guilty on all accounts. To hang.
EpI/23/2 f23v 1573, EpI/11/1 f52r or v 1574 Assizes 1575
UNNAMED
1 Sep 1656 – Cap. Smythsa to Navy Commissioner
“There is an old woman living at Pevensey who prophesied that they would not get out for 3 months. She is accounted as very evil tongued, and by report, has done a great deal of harm both to the people and their cattle”.
C.L’E. Ewer – Witchcraft & Demoniasia p.456
Cal State Papers Dom 1656-7 p.424
SOWTON George of Sompting
EpI/17/8 f330v 1595/6 EpI/17/20 ff218v, 226v, 233v, 241v, 247v, 222v, 226v, 228v, 250v
WALDER Elizabeth of Sompting
Suspected of witchcraft. Supposed to purge self. Could not appear because had been taken before a JP and committed to Assizes. “to have bewitched one to death”.
EpI/17/12 f189r, 184r 1608
HAROLD Thomas of Pulborough
Accused by Eliz Hitchcock of being a witch and bewitching cattle and children.
Ep/11/10 f279v, 283v 1607
WOOD Joan
Sessions of peace at Seaford
Grand jury presentment for being a witch
SAC vii p.98 1577
DITCHE – wife of John
Chi Subdean
Chi St P the L
EpI/23/5 ff60r & 60v 1579
OSBORNE Joan - w of John of Hailsham
Bewitching 2 cows to death.
Guilty, 1 year jail.
Assizes 1572
AYLWYN Joan of West Dean
Wife of Robert A.
1573 bewitched Faith, wife of Ed Crowcher of West Dean to death.
1575 bewitched John Waddle of West Dean so gravely ill.
Not guilty on both counts.
EpI/23/1 f89r 1571 Assizes 1575
STUDMAN (STEDMAN) Alice – wife of John Stedman
1579 bewitched to death 3 cows and a bullock belonging to William Spurrior.
Not Guilty
EpI/23/5 f27v 1579 Assizes 1579
c1660.
A woman of Burwash, suspected to be a witch and of bewitching the house of Joseph Cruttenden of Brightling examined before Capt. Collins and Mr Busbridge, JP’s, committed to Maidstone, but discharged.
C.L’E. Ewer – Witchcraft & Demoniasia p.430
Home Circuit Intinery
SAC 18 pp111-3
BRUFF Martha – w of Stephen Bruff
Ordered by Mayor of Rye to be put to ordeal by water, as a suspected witch.
HMC Report xiii pt iv 216 1645
HOWSELL Ann – widow
Ordered by Mayor of Rye to be put to ordeal by water as suspected witch.
HMC Report xiii pt iv 216 1645
NASH Alice – wife of Thomas N. of Battle, labourer.
Bewitched Eliz Slater age 2 and a half to death
Bewitched Ann Slater age 5 and a half to death
Not guilty.
1680 Assizes
STEDMAN Alice – w of John Stedman, woodbroker.
Bewitched 4 cows of William Spurrior
Guilty
1579 Assizes
PANNELL Margaret of Salehurst, w of Thomas.
Bewitched 2 people so they were afflicted in various parts of the bodies.
Bewitched to death a sow and 8 pigs
Assizes 1616
CURTIS Juliana of Crawley, spinster
Dec 1576 bewitched Denise Snell who languished critically ill until My 1577.
Assizes 1577
CALVERLEY Joan of Framfield, spinster
Bewitched Joan, daughter of John and Lee so that she died.
Assizes 1565
MOUSER (MOWSER) Agnes of Fletching, spinster
Bewitched Ann, daughter of Henry Clemans Esq., so gravely ill.
Guilty. To be punished according to statute.
Reprieved
Assizes 1591
BALDEN (BALDWYN) Agnes of Fletching, spinster
1564 killed Robert Matthews of Newick by witchcract.
1566 killed two pigs belonging to Thomas Fytchett of Fletching
Guilty on second count
Assizes 1567
CASSELOWE Alice of Mayfield, spinster
1577 killed an ox by witchcraft
1576 killed 3 pigs by witchcraft
Guilty, 1 year jail, 4 times in a pillory. Died in jail.
WHITE Eliz of Balcombe, spinster
Bewitched 4 people so gravely ill.
Assizes 1593
BARROWE Margery of Chailey, spinster
1577 bewitched Isabel w of John Marten who fell into a trance in which she remains.
Warrant issued for arrest.
WELFARE Ursula of Alfriston, spinster
Bewitched to death a sow, 8 chickens, 2 cocks and 2 oxen
Not guilty
Assizes 1580
SMYTH Margery of Battle, spinster
Caused two toads to suckle a red cow belonging to John Foot so that it died within 3 days.
Guilty, 1 year jail, pilloried twice
STOCKDEN Robert of Dallington, chandler
Bewitched Margaret Carpenter so that she languished.
Not Guilty.
Assizes 1605
STIKDEN (STOCKTON) Robert of Dallington, labourer (Chandler)
Bewitched William and Jeanes to death.
Assizes 1602
Bewitched Margaret Carpenter, who languished from 20 May – 10 June
PATTENDEN John of Lamberhurst, “a diviner”
Indicted for horse stealing
At large
Assizes 1589
ROYDON Edward of Hailsham, glover
Bewitched a cow and a horse
Bewitched 2 people ill, one to death
Not guilty, bailed to next Assizes
ABBOTT Joan, wife of John
Will of Joan Abbott of Arundel vol 14/303b. 1593.
Spinster q well off
EpI/23/6 f8v 1584
GROVER William of Chiltington
EpI/23/4 f25v 1574
LEATHER Richard of Hastings
EpI/9/7 ff161v 243r
PHILLIPS John of Woolavington
EpI/23/5 f23v 1579
WILKINS John of Chichester
Epiu/4/3 ff23r & v 24r 1573-4
STEVENS John & wife of Bexhill
EpII/9/7 ff107v 108v
SCUTT Mother of Bury
‘Is reputed to be a witch’ an abortionist
8 Jun 1538
“Presentment to the parochyans of Rye” presented to visitation at Winchelsea.
“The Curate, as a witch, gave the Hamper’s child drinks 3 times of the chalice for the Chyne Cough”
Letters & Papers vol 13(1) p430
C.L’E Ewer – Witchcraft & Demoniasia p446
SHALLETT Eliz of Harting
EpI/23/4 f10v 1573
STRONG Alice of Ford
EpI/17/8 f331 v 1595/6
WESTON Maud/Matilda of Chi St Barts
EpI/23/5 f62v 1579
EpIu/4/4 ff19r, 20r, 20v 1578
WILSON Eve
Eve Wilson of Cocking 1571 10/454b widow
EpI/23/1 f85v Mid Lavant 1571
WOLVIN Joan [Ford?]
Epi/17/8 f 330v 1595/6
BAKER Joan of Kirdford
EpI/23/2 f25v
BARBER Joan w of David of Coldwaltham
Will of David B of Coldwaltham 1571 Org D 74
EpI/23/1 f 46v Coldwaltham 1571
OSBORN Constance of W. Itchenor
EpI/23/1 f9v 1570
ARCOLL Joan
W of Thomas of Tillington
EpI/23/1 f74r 1571
OSBOURNE Joan of Bexhill
EpII/9/7 f 143r
CHURCHER –
Wife of Richard
EpI/23/ f8v 1570
CHAPMAN Helena of Chichester
EpIII/4/4 ff20v 22r
BINSKIN Joan of West Wittering
EpI/17/14 f30r 1612/3
HIBERDEN Agnes
Chi St P the G
EpI/23/5 ff59rrv 1579
KING widow of Iden
EpII/9/2 f 175v 176v
OLIVER Joan of Binsted
EpI/23/7 ff 15r 31 1586-7
HAWARD Margaret of Rustington
EpI/23/1 f60r 1571
GONNELL Agnes of Westbourne
W of Thomas
EpI/23/4 f 36r 1574
PMW article
1573 EpI/23/2 f2v
1579 EpI/23/5 f4v
SMITH – of “Chinting”
To be examined touching conjurations
(Ewer – Witch Hunting & Witchcraft p.283)
Acts & Privy Co. NS x220 1578
LICKFOLD Widow of Horsham
EpI/17/10 f244v 1603
MARSHALL John of Felpham
Will of John M of Felpham 14/162b 1590 fisherman
14/475b 1597 fisherman
EpI/23/5 f39v 1579
ARNOLD Eliz of Lyminster, widow
For a report that she did give forth by herself to one that she did go to an enchanter or sosserer for his counsel to learn where her purse was which she had lost.
Denied, admonished, dismissed
EpI/17/13 f 201v 1622
SCUTT Mary of Bury
Was accused of witchcraft in 1603/4, but it was obvious from this memorandum that she was a local “cunning” woman, who specialised, not very successfully, in abortion
[Cap I/4/7/11]
TREE –
Bailiff of Lewes
To be examined by touching conjurations
(Ewer – Witch Hunting & Witchcraft p283)
Acts & Privy Council NS x220 1578
SOWTON William
The cunning man of Sompting seems to have attracted customers from a very wide area of the south coast in the early 17th century. This page from the records of the church courts shows the presentment of Anthony Nash of Yapton for consulting him. Sowton sent Nash a bottle of water and a paper with crosses and characters on it to be hung round a sick woman’s neck.
[Ep I/17/20]
WITCHCRAFT
Mother Scutt of Bury was accused of witchcraft, but she seems to have been the local “wise woman”, to whom the local people went for advice on all kinds of ailments. In the same year that Mother Scutt was summoned for witchcraft, another inhabitant of Walberton, William Rooper, was summoned for consulting with her, but the records do not specify his reason for consulting with her. She probably had some knowledge of herbal cures and primitive medicine, although she was obviously not very successful as an abortionist.
The Bishop’s court had a wide jurisdiction over offences concerning “morality”, which has never been entirely abolished.
WOODLAND George of Selsey
Is suspected to have a masse book in his house
EpI/23/1
I/23/1 f 46v 74r 85v
Male sorceres – W Chiltington
EpI/23/4 f 10v f25v
Male Sorceres – Westbourne
F36r
Children of Wex to Wytche people withal
EpI/11/1 f21
PESON John of Horsham, bellringer
EpI/17/3 f17r
SHELLEY Rich of Kirdford, Gent
All family not received for 2 years
F 21v
RUDGEWICK
Did ring upon all Saints day after evening prayer, also Slinfold
EpI/23/4
EpIII/4/3
Man suspected to have wife living, living with other woman
f 15v 1572
WILKINS John
Is suspected and dedicated in the magic arts
f 23r & v 1574
Not received communion
f 24r
Bastard
f 43r
EpIII/5/2
Defamation – Chi
f 5-6
Making wife work
EpIII/4/4 f39r
SMITH Marg of St P Minor
That she is a houre and specially with Thomas Dwyke and that she was surgeon? to the wentche that Dwyke did burne and by that means a keeper of his councell
f 18v 1578
HOLSHOT Marg
Did hold the wentche whilst Dwyke wife did dress her
19r
WESTON Matilde of St Barts
Suspected of witchery
F19v burning & witch
CHAPMAN Helen suspected of witchery
20r
WILSON Eave of Mid Lavant
Is suspected of sorcery to confess – that “she doth abhore all such vice & wickedness”
Dismissed
EpI/23/1 f 85v 1571
KNIGHT Eliz of Westbourne
Pregnant & other W’bourne characters
EpI/17/3 f 3v 1573
Attempted strangling
f 15r
Petworth – There is one Thos. Anstye and his wife keepeth noughtie resorte in his house of suspected persons night and day and as yet is thought he himself hath another wife alive in Horsham and keepeth a suspected strange made in his house
f 20r
Good clean living together
f 24v
EpI/11/1
Breach of promise cases
f 18r
Acc of witchcraft “Children of Wex”
f 21rv
WITCHCRAFT and MEDICINE
These two subjects were often closely allied, at least until the 18th century. In earlier centuries anyone who fell ill would try the home remedies handed down through the family, or go to a local “wise woman” or “cunning person”, who would supply them with herbal remedies and sometimes spells and charms. These “cunning” people might also cast spells for the return of lost property, or to discover the identity of thieves. Trained apothecaries and physicians were available, in the towns at least, but their charges were beyond the pockets of most people.
The 18th century saw the development of more scientific methods of treatment and diagnosis of illness. Infirmaries were established, where the poorer classes could receive treatment on the recommendation of one of the subscribers, and a number of charities were set up to provide medical aid.
The Royal West Sussex Hospital in Chichester was established in 1784, and has a magnificent series of records, from which some of these examples are taken.
Wife of Ric Churcher is suspected of sorcery (somewhere in Chi Archdeaconry)
EpI/23/1 f 8v 1570
OSBORNE Constance of W Itchenor
Presented of suspicion of witchcraft
Compurgators: Marg Nowell, Joan Parwin, Marg Lock, Elz Geale, Alice James, Alice David
f 9v 1570
BARBER Joan of Coldwaltham, wife of David
Is suspected of witchcraft. Denying it, ordered “that she do openly in the parish church of Waltham detest and abhor such vices”
f 46v 1571
Is presented t be a sorcerer
f 60r 1571
ARCOLL Joan of Tillington, w of Thomas
Is suspected to be a witch or sourcerer, the cause of the suspicion is that her own daughter being of the age of 12 years named Alice Arcoll hath confessed that she saw her mother feeding certain evil favoured frogs with white bread and milk by the fireside. When she had so done she put them in wool into a basket
Denied
f 74r 1571
Is suspected of witchcraft
f 89r 1571
NASHE Anthony and wife
There is a common report that either Anthony Nash or his wife did resort to one SOWTON and there was sent from him a bottle of water and a paper with crosses and characters upon it to be hanged about the woman’s neck
Replied
That he thought the said SOWTER to be a physicion but when he understood he was reputed to be such a man as he was presented for he caused the said bottle of water to be thrown away.
dimisit cum pw manicione
f 250v
Avoidance of taxpaying “with rallying and reviling speeches” breaking the Sabbath Day
f 258v
PENN Thomas of Hunston/Donnington
That the absolution in the book of common prayer is a rag of popery
f 258v
PINCKE Rob of Middleton
“He hath not received the communion at Easter last by reason that he was an impotent person and repaired to the bath before Easter last
f 263r
FARR Grace of Boxgrove
For calling the minister “drunkard and whoremaster”
f 267v
COOKE Maria of Iping, widow
For giving rayling and reviling speeches against Thomas Ireland in the churchyard saying I will shite upon thee and make thee a turd higher
f 273r
SHIPDON Marg of Sutton
For teeching a schoole he is our Curate who is allowed by my Ld Bp is willing a decision to do the same for the more increasing of his living.
For laying violent hands on our minister.
EpI/23/8 f30r f31r f32v f33v 1624
Drunkard and alehouse haunter
Disorders in alehouse
I/17/20 f198v f208v 1598
WALTER John
For going to one SOWTON of Sompting, a charmer and fetching from him a charme to cure the wife of Anthony Nashe of Yapton 3 Oct 1623
He came and alleged that he was sent by one Anthony Nashe
f218v f226v f233v f241v
Violence in the churchyard. Lodsworth
219v
NASHE Anthony of Yapton
For sending John Walter of Yapton to Geo. Sowton, a charmer, for a charme to cure his wife. That he did send the said John Walter to a phisitian and not to any charmer
f221v f225v f229v f241v
SOWTON George of Sompting
For sending a charme to cure the wife of Anthony Nashe
Pronounced contumacious
f222v f226r
NASHE wife of Anthony for sending for the charm
F228v
ABBOTT Joan w of John
Vehemently suspected of witchcraft and sorcery and so is granted and reported
Cited, given a day to purge self
EpI/88/30 f58v Presentments 1584 (EpI/23/6)
Widow LICKFOLD of Horsham
Practises surgery and physic but is ignorant
She finds lost things
EpI/88/41 f244v 1603 Detection Book 1601-1603 (EpI/17/10)
WALTER John of Felpham
For going to one SOWTON of Sompting, a charmer and fetching from him a charm to cure the wife of Anthony Nashe of Yapton 3 Oct 1623
SRS 49 C/W Presentments p.82
There is a common report that either Anthony Nashe or his wife did report to one SOWTON and there was sent from him a bottle of water and a paper with crosses and characters upon it to be hanged about the woman’s neck
p.92 1624
Vehemently suspected of witchcraft
EpI/23/4 f10v 1573
GROVER Wm. of Chiltington
Doth use sorcery for we know that drives women do resort to him for help as they think
Denied it, purged by 6 neighbours
f25v 1574
Agnes wife of Thomas GOUNELL of Westbourne
Hath used sorcery and is vehemently suspected for a witch and she used her sorcery by and with Eliz Knight by the confession of the same Eliz
f36v 1574
Received not the coven at Easter she also suspected to be a witch
To purge
EpI/23/7 f15r 1586
OLIVER Joan again
f31 1586/7
EpI/23/3 Nothing
WOODS John
Met Agnes Gounell with frogs and toads in a ditch and she is suspected of being a witch
EpI/23/2 f2v 1573
BAKER Joan of Kirdford
To be suspected of witchcraft
COWPER Margaret of Kirdford
f25v
Wife of John LEAFE and wife of Roger EATON
Notorious recusants in Upmarden
EpI/23/8 f1r 1621
BENTLEY Richard of Wisborough Green
Doth practise chinirgery whether licensed or not we do not know
f4r
DAllAM Wm of Midhurst
A popish schoolmaster who is also suspected to baptise and to do other offics of a priest
JOHNSON for teaching children within our parish of Midhurst without license and not sufficient to discharge it. Presented by W. Fetherston
f61v
Schoolmistress at Sutton
f30
FAGE Dr John Midhurst recusant
A phisitian we know that he use sorcery or that practise physichs unlicensed but Dr Phage before presented
f30v
READ John schoolmaster
f39r
PETT Thomas
A recusant and teacher at school
JOHNSON John for the same
EpI/17/10 f169v July 1602 Midhurst
GRAY Ric
Schoolmaster and suspected of incontinia and whoredom
f171v July 1602 Billingshurst
WINCHE Wm
Schoolmaster ?License, teaching English
f172v Sept 1602 Liminster
JENNINGS
Frenchman keeps school at the house and Annanais Hensty? Without license
f175v Oct 1602 Lurgashall f177r
Chips on the knees and back (Broadwater)
f196r
Widow LICKFOLD
Taketh upon her to find things lost and deceiveth the people and being altogether ignorant practiseth phisick and surgery in Horsham t the hurt and danger of many
f244v Sept 1603 Horsham
REED Rob of Wisborough Green
Teaches school
EpI/17/11 f16v
GOUNELLE Agnes w of Thomas
Suspected of being a witch by Thomas Deverish, gent, Ric Forder, fortune lier et al
EpI/23/5 Presentments 1579 f24v
One honest poor widow who is extremely a necessity is rede being called witch the best help she can and is thought to be
f5v N Mundham
Suspected to use sorcery or enchantment
f23v
COMBERS Agnes
Presentment how DITCHE’s wife had spoiled ale, and someone’s cow and had ill wished someone
f60v
DYTCHE John’s wife
Vehemently suspected to be a witch
WESTON Maud
Suspected of Witchcraft
f62r
BINSKIN Joan
Accused of witchcraft at West Wittering
EpI/17/14 Jan 1612/3
WESTWOOD Jane w of John
For practising phisick and chirurgy says “that she was a midwife and by reason there of hath used to minister phisick to women with child as she hopeth in those cases she may do without offence to the law”
Dismissed
f30v Arundel Jan 1612/3
Bells in the ministers house at Storrington
f63r May 1613
SWAPPER Susanna and TAYLOR Anne
At the December sessions, 1607, Susanna was indicted for counselling with evil spirits, entertaining and feeding them, with intent to find treasure, on 20 July that year. Ane was charged on the same indictment with aiding and abetting. The latter was further indicted for procuring the death by diabolical means of Thomas Hammon, the late mayor, who became ill on 13 July and died n 27 July 1607. Susanna was thereupon tried and sentenced to death, but reprieved on a plea of pregnancy.
Anne had meanwhile disappeared contrary to her husband’s promise and at the sessions it was ordered that she be taken into custody until the next sessions. She later returned to Rye, was imprisoned and only allowed out on bail in August 1608 on the intervention of the Lord Walden. She was arraigned at the following December sessions but issue was not put to the jury, partly because outside influence was exerted on her behalf and partly because the competence of the court to try the case was questioned. While the Act under which they were indicted empowered justices of the peace to hear and determine such cases, a definitive grant of a commission of the peace was not made to the Cinque Ports until the following year. This case was the subject of considerable correspondence between the ports and their learned councel.
Finally Anne was discharged of her recognizence in December 1609 and Susanna was released from gaol the following December 1610 under the King’s general pardon.
The documents include interrorgatories, examinations and depositions of Susanna Swapper and her husband Roger, Anne Taylor and her husband George, Elizabeth, wife of Nicholas Michenor, labourer, Anne, wife of John Moore, labourer, Margaret and Johanne, wives respectively of Thomas and Anthony Harry, butchers, Thomas Tompkyne of Sandwich, Kent, Elizabeth, wife of Nicholas King, lighterman, Philip Williams, tailor, Richard Thornbury, labourer, John Skrag, Mary, wife of William Carpenter, yeoman, Anne Bennett, widow, Mr. Fowkes, Fynisse, wife of Robert Swane, sailmaker, Elizabeth Byshopp, Martha Higgins, widow and Margery, wife of Robert Convers. There are further lists of persons who were to give evidence
Witchcraft
1607 EpI/11/11/28v
1601 EpI/11/9/84v
1556 EpI/11/1/16v
1574 EpI/11/1/49v
1573 EpI/11/2/27v
1582 EpI/11/5/11
1588 EpI/11/5/135
1597/8 EpI/11/8/55
1598 EpI/11/8/73v
1579 References in presentments register
EpI/88/34 ff8, 22, 53, 70,123, 158, 159, 161, 162, 165
1584 References in presentments register
EpI/88/30 p.14
1573 References in presentments register
EpI/23/2 2v
EpI/23/1 ff 46v, 74r, 85v
EpI/23/4 ff 10v, 25v, 36r
Epi/23/5 f39v
1604 Suspected witch at Bury
1613/4 Cunning man, SOWTON of Sompting asked to fund lost purse by R. Pannett of Steyning
EpI/17/15 f89v
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Defendants:
William Batman, Labourer from Slindon. Charged on suspicion of stealing one linen round frock, value 11 pence. Committed 2 January 1787. To be imprisoned "until Saturday next", and whipped twice. Folio f81, f65, f79, f82, f110, f125
James Bishop. Convicted 6 Jan 1787 damaging a tree in the grounds of John Crowther. Folio f109
William Boxall, Lath Cleaver from Lodsworth. Convicted with using a gun to kill game on 30 Dec 1787 [sic]. Fined 20 pounds. Folio f106
Charles Brown, Labourer from Pulborough. Charged that on 8 Jan 1787, with John Picked and Thomas Robardson, with assaulting James Andrews. Folio f75
Richard Combs, Maltster from Bignor. Summoned to appear for assault on Thomas Hanood; 5 Oct 1786. Folio f151
James Cooper, Mariner. Bailed 16 Oct 1786 for stealing, along with several other persons, between Brighthelmstone and Shoreham, several parcels of goods commonly called Tubbs, containing spirits. Folio f118, f141, f142
Edward Dale, Labourer from Angmering. Charged with stealing one duck on 3 Jan 1787. Discharged by proclamation. Folio f76, f78, f126, f127
William Dale. Committed charged with stealing two ducks. Committed 5 January 1787. Folio f81
Richard Denyer, Labourer from Stedham. Committed for stealing a saw, price 5 pounds. Committed 18 November 1786. Recommitted to Horsham Gaol and sent on the hulks for 3 years and continue in gaol or House of Correction till sent to the Thames. Folio f80, f70, f82
George Dilloway, Lath Cleaver from Farnhurst, Hants. Convicted of using a gun to destroy game, on 30 Dec 1787 [sic]. Fined 20 pounds. Folio f105
George Earwicker. Committed charged with running away and leaving his wife and child. Committed 25 November 1786. Deemed a Rogue and Vagabond and recommitted to hard labour for 6 months. Folio f80, f79, f82
Christopher Edmonds. Committed as Rogue and Vagabond. Committed 29 January 1787. Recommitted "until next Saturday" then passed home to his parish. Folio f80, f79, f82
Charles Ellis, Mariner. Bailed 16 Oct 1786 for, with several other persons, carrying away by force several parcels of goods, commonly called tubbs, containing spirits, between Brighthelmstone and Shoreham, with several other persons. Folio f113, f131, f132
Charles Fearall, Mariner. Bailed 16 Oct 1786 for having stolen on the sea between Brighthelmstone and Shoreham, with several other persons, several parcels of goods commonly called Tubbs, containing spirits. Folio f137, f138
Thomas Fronham, Mariner. Bailed 16 Oct 1786 for stealing, along with several others, several parcels of goods commonly called Tubbs, containing spirits, between Brightelmstone and Shoreham. Folio f117, f139, f140
Morley Groome. Bailed 5 Oct 1786 for assault on Jane, wife of Thomas Pullen. Folio f143, f144
Thomas Holland. Bailed 9 Oct 1786 to appear at the next sessions for begetting a child on Ann Jarrett. Folio f145
Edward Kent, Mariner. Bailed 16 Oct 1786 for stealing several parcels of goods commonlyh called tubbs, containing spirits, between Bightelmstone and Shoreham, with several other persons. Folio f114
Ferdinando King, Labourer from Midhurst. Charged with attempting to kill game. Folio f101
Richard Lausor. Bailed 22 Nov 1786 to appear at the next sessions for begetting a child on Sarah Shole[?]. Folio f147
John Lucas, Grocer from Pulborough. Convicted of shooting at partridges without having a certificate. Fined 10 pounds on 30 Dec 1786. Folio f107
John Manners, Labourer from Westhampnett. Committed on suspiciono f stealing one pair of silver plated shoes buckles, one pair of shoes and one pair of boots. Committed 2 November 1786. To be confined to Horsham Gaol [period not stated]. Folio f80, f67, f68, f82, f116
Abel Marsh, Gardener from Horsham. Summoned to appear for turning onto the streets divers hogs fed with offal, entrails and other filth; 5 Oct 1786. Folio f151
May Matthews from Pulborough. Committed on suspicion of stealing some pewter and shirts and table linen. Committed 25 November 1786. Not guilty. Folio f80, f72, f78, f146
Samuel Meal. Committed charged with having got Betty Bennet with child. Committed 7 December 1786. Folio f80 &f79
John Napper from Wisborough Green. To be summoned for refusing to serve the office of Tythingham; 5 Oct 1786. Folio f151
Nathaniel Napper snr, Yeoman from Birdham. To appear on complaint of assault on Robert Boyce on 26 Dec 1786. Folio f97, f121, f122
Nathaniel Nappper jnr, Yeoman from Birdham. To appear on complaint of assault on Robert Boyce on 26 Dec 1786. Folio f97, f121, f122
Thomas Parker, Labourer from St Bartholomew. Committed on suspicion of stealing some barley, value 4 pence from Frances Diggons. Committed 24 December 1786. Not guilty [?] [f82 states 2 months prison and to be publicly whipped]. Folio f81, f66 f82, f98 f129, f130
John Pennington, Labourer from Singleton. Convicted of using a gun for the destruction of hares, 26 Nv 1786. Fined 20 pounds. Folio f108
Thomas Pomfret, Mariner. Bailed 16 Oct 1786 for, with several other persons, carrying away several parcels of goods, commonly called Tubbs, containing spirits - between Brighthelmstone and Shoreham, with several other persons. Folio f115, f136
Caleb Rickman, Farmer from Shipley. Charged that on 17 July 1786 for suffering a certain large pond or hole to remain unfenced. Folio f73, f151
William Sadler, Carrier from Horsham. Summoned to appear for turning into the streets hogs fed with entrails, offals, and other filth; 5 Oct 1786. Folio f151
John Stedman, Husbandman from Petworth. Charged with stealing and destroying a quantity of hedge or wood fence on 23 Dec 1786. ["Forfeited 10s; it being his first offence"]. Folio f102
Richard Thompson, Taylor from Arundel. Committed charged by Thomas Hall of Arundel with entering his bedroom and knocking him down. Committed 6 January 1787. To be imprisoned for 3 months. Folio f81, f69, f82, f128
Thomas Upfield, Labourer from St Pancras. Committed on suspicion of stealing two pieces of elm timber, value 11 pence. Committed 2 January 1787. To be recommitted "until Saturday next" then publicly whipped at the Carts Tail from the Cross to the Eastgate in Chichester. Folio f81, f71, f87, f111, f123, f124
John Woods, Husbandman from Duncton. Charged with cutting down some ash poles the property of Mary Garland, on 13 Dec 1786. "Forfeited the sum of 5s, it being his first offence". Folio f103
William Woods, Husbandman from Duncton. Charged with cutting down some ash poles the property of Mary Garland, on 13 Dec 1786. Fined 2s, it being his first offence. Folio f104
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I Certain lands in 'Codham' (8d. year); lands called Avenalles [Avenals Farm in Angmering] (18s. 11.5d. year); lands in Shipley (12s. 6d., year); lands in Billingshurst called Rosiers Landes [cf. Rosier Farm] (2s. 3d. year); manor of Kirdford (4s. 6d. year) sometime of Richard Lord Lumley; the rectory of Rustington, sometime of Henry, Earl of Arundel, now (As properties I-XI are given only in recital, the word 'now', which occurs only twice in the recited text, presumably refers not to the date of the Letters Patent, but to the date of recital (1652). On the other hand, 'now' found elsewhere in this entry refers to the date of the grant.) of Ann, Countess of Arundel; lands in Rogate (6s. year); a pension in Harting (21.5d. year), late in tenure of Augustine Brograve, esq.; the manor of Peppering in Burpham, late in tenure of Thomas Cherryman (5s. 4d. year); house of 'Saint Johns Fryers' in Poling late in tenure of Sir John Shelly, kt. and bart. (5s. 4d. year); the manor of Nutbourne [in Westbourne] in tenure of William Guilford and Thomas Chace (10s. 0.5d. year); lands called Breimers [cf. Bramber Farm and Bremere Rife] and Raymans in [North] Mundham, in tenure of William Souton and Thomas Bartholomew (each 18.5d. and half farthing, year); tenement and lands in Graffham in tenure of Robert Garton, esq. (2s. 6d. year); house and site called the 'Colledg Howse' in Arundel (5s. 6d. year); lands called the Leigh in Tortington (2s 1.25d year); manor of B[o]urne (20s. year); the fishing of the River Arun (1.5d year); mill called Swanburne in Arundel (10s. year); rents of assize in Chichester (4s. year); the rectory of Arundel (7s. 8.75 d. year); pension out of the rectory of B[o]urne (2s. year); rents of assize out of the church of Chichester (2s. year). All these premises were sometime parcel of the late College of Arundel.
II Lands called Brookes and Littletons, co. Surrey (33s. 4d. year); lands in Headley, Walton-on-the-Hill and West Humble, all co. Surrey (13s. 4d. year); the manor of Eastbrooke, co. Surrey (14s. 9d. year); lands in Horley and Burstow, both co. Surrey (6s. 8d. year); lands called Priors Nutfeild, co. Surrey [cf. Nutfield Priory] (3s. 4d. year); lands in Horley, late Hampdens, in tenure of Elizabeth, Countess of Peterborough (10s. year); water mills in Beckwor [?th, in Lindfield] in tenure of William Woonham (6s. 8d. year).
III The manors of Ecclesden [in Angmering] and Wiggenholt, and 'the rectory and church of Ecclesden', with the windmill belonging to the manor (except all those messuages, farms, lands, tenements and hereditaments called Barhamwick [Barpham Week, lost], Bornestock and Saint Johns Lands (A. Mawer and F. M. Stenton, The Place-Names of Sussex Part I (1929), p. 166, note that 'The Prior of the order of St. John of Jerusalem owned land in the parish' [i.e. in Angmering; cf. Priorsleas Fm.]) in Ecclesden, and lands called the Twelve Acres, meadow and fishing [rights] in Wiggenholt, granted by Letters Patent from Henry 8. to Ann Cobham and Edward Shelley, gent., and Joan his wife) (£6 6s. 10d. year).
IV Lands, tenements and hereditaments, late parcel of the late 'Howse or Hospitall of the Trynity' in Arundel: the site [of the hospital] in tenure of Henry [Earl of] Arundell (4s. 10d. year); the manor of Tortington, long since (The phrase 'long since' or 'anciently in the tenure of' precedes the names of many earlier holders throughout this entry. It has been abbreviated to 'once of'.) in tenure of Lady Maltravers, widow, afterwards of John, Lord Lumley and now (As properties I-XI are given only in recital, the word 'now', which occurs only twice in the recited text, presumably refers not to the date of the Letters Patent, but to the date of recital (1652). On the other hand, 'now' found elsewhere in this entry refers to the date of the grant.) of Richard, Lord Lumley (24s. 7d. year); the manor of Creyford alias Treford [Treyford], once of Lady Maltravers, now of William Aldwyn (36s. 0.5;d. year); the manor of Norwood, co. Surrey, once of Lady Maltravers, now of John Peacock and William Edmundes (11s. 6d. year); messuage and lands in Storrington, once of John Carleton, now of Sir John Shelley, kt. and bart. (4s. 3.5d. year); messuages, lands and tenements in Olesham alias Isleham [Ilsham, lost] and Climping, once of Edward Staker, now of John Staker (4s. 9d. year); the manor of Hone alias Heme [Heene], once of Thomas Cooke, now of William Cooke, gent. (24s. 1.5d. year); the manors of Feild and Knoll [Field Place and Knell House in Goring] once of Edward Cooke, now of Richard Cooke (15s. 8d. year); the manors of Eartham and Bowedon, (A. Mawer and F. M. Stenton, op. cit., p. 70, note that 'Bowdon' was a name for the manor of Eartham) once of William Page, now of Sir Garrett Kempe, kt. (4s. 3.5d. year); messuage and lands in Sompting, once of John Cowper, now of Henry [24th] Earl of Arundel (3s. 3d. year); the manor of Sullington, and other lands there, once of Edward Shelley, now of Sir John Shelley, bart., Ambrose Shelley and Henry Hobbs (48s. 6.5d. year); messuage and lands called Cobdeane [Cobden Farm] in Sullington, once of Edward Shelley, now of Edward Goreing, gent. (5s. 7.5d. year); manor of Birdham and certain lands there, once of Thomas Carpenter, now of John Carpenter (11s. year).
V The rectory and church of Madehurst; lands called Cannon Field, being the glebe of the said rectory (60a.); common of pasture and pasturage for 120 sheep yearly, in Madehurst; sometime in occ. of Agnes Carpenter, widow, and devised to Phillip [25th] Earl of Arundel.
VI The manor of Halters [Hylters in West Dean], and all lands, tenements and hereditaments called Hulters in West Dean, Chilgrove, Up Marden, Stoughton, West Marden and Walderton, sometime in occ. of William Palmer, esq., and now of William Smith, of Binderton, esq.; which were given to the chantry of Ralph the Second [presumably Ralph de Warham] sometime Bishop of Chichester.
VII The rectory and church of Ringmer, and all lands, tenements and tithes belonging, and the advowson of the vicarage of Ringmer.
VIII A portion of tithes in Yapton and Shopwyke [in Oving].
IX The rectory of Falmer and the advowson of the vicarage there; all messuages, lands, commons, glebe lands and tithes belonging.
X The rectory and parish church of Alfriston.
XI Land (26a.) in Bosham, which William de Lane held of 'One Fishborne.'
XII Yearly rents, as follows: 9d. from a tenement and yard in tenure of Richard Greene; 12.5d from two tenements and yards, anciently Chapmans, now of John Chapman and Thomas Bennett; 7s. 8d. from tenement, yard and orchard sometime of Thomas Beck, late Stamps, and now of [blank] Burstowe, widow; 10s. from tenement and yard sometime of John May, then of Thomas Thorne and now of Thomas Payne, gent.; 3s. 4d., from meadow in Mill Lane, sometime held by John May, late in occ. of Joan Wallon, widow, now of Thomas Freeman, gent.; 10s. from a tenement, yard and little meadow sometime of John May, then of Richard White and William Peter and now of Thomas Paine, gent.; 12s. from a tenement and 5a. land sometime of John More, then of John Penson, now of Mary Burstie, widow; 12d. from two yards (now one) sometime of John Wiseman, then of Thomas Burster otherwise Burstie, now of Mary Burstie, widow; 12d. from two other yards (now one), sometime of Richard Marten, now of Idena Stradling; 6d. from a yard sometime of Thomas Crane, then of Robert Moath, now of Richard Moath; all which property is in Arundel. 8s. from a tenement and 20a. land in Petworth called Toyle, sometime of John Long, late of Charles Cowper, now of Thomas Farringdon; 8s. 4d. from a tenement and 20a. land in Lurgashall called Joyes late Pemptottes, late of Richard Cowper otherwise Steininges, now of Richard West, guardian of Richard Cowper otherwise Steyning; 4s. from the manor of Houghton, sometime of William Cheyney, now of Sir John Carryll, kt.; 2s. 6d. from a meadow (3r.) in River Furlong and from 2a. land in Over Furlong in South Stoke, in tenure of Richard Clayers; 7s. 4d. from a tenement and certain lands in Madehurst, sometime of John Stradling, then of William Goble, now of John Ludgates; 12d. from tenement and 20a. land in Madehurst, anciently Shortes, now of Thomas Short; 8s. 2d. from a tenement and 80a. land in Madehurst, sometime of William Hall with 2d. year increase in rent, now of Edward Wiltshire, gent.; 2s. from a tenement and 50a. land in Madehurst called the Holte in tenures of John Nash, Dorothie Stubbard and John Perlie; 18d., from a tenement and 60a. land in Madehurst called Wickhens, late of Henry Michell, gent., now of William Wiltshire; 2s. from a tenement and lands in Graffham which William Sheppard lately held; 18d. from a tenement and lands in Graffham which Robert Hobdey lately held; 18d. from other lands in Graffham called Snaplandes [cf. Snapelands Copse in Selham], late of Thomas Leckford and sometime of Sir Peter Garton, kt.; 20s. from a tenement and two yard lands (116a., whereof 16a. are called Saint Denis) in Marke Furlong in Up Waltham, anciently the Daultries; 6s. from certain lands called Hackettes [Haccot's Barn] (40a.) in Stedham, sometime of William Coldeham; 8s. 6d. from certain lands in Shepley otherwise Stapley [Shipley] called Penny Land (20a.) late of Thomas Marlott, after of John Young of Petworth and w. Thomazine, after of Thomas Tribe and now of Lady Mary, Viscountess Mollineux; 16d. from a portion of tithe beans in the archdeanery of Chichester, late of Sir John Keyme, before of Henry Goreing, now of [blank] Chambers, D.D.; 5s. from a portion of tithes in Greatham in the archdeanery aforesaid, in tenure of Richard Boyly, sometime rector of the church there; 13s. from a portion of tithes called Medlers (A. Mawer and F. M. Stenton, op. cit., p. 129, note that Medlers was another form of Madehurst.) in Madehurst, late of the Earl of Arundel; £4 13s. 4d. from the rectory of Doughton alias Donnington in tenure of John Gibberish; £4 5s. Od. from certain lands late of the priory of Seale [Sele Priory in Upper Beeding], sometime paid to the President and Fellows of St. Mary Magdalen College, Oxford, by William Harling of Petersfield [co. Hants.].
2s. from two cottages without Westgate, late of John Emery, after of Thomas Norton, gent., now of William Edmondes; 10s. from a tenement in South Street sometime of William Champion, now of Thomas Hush (sometime parcel of the chantry of Thomas, sometime Dean of Chichester cathedral); 2s. from a yard or garden in Westland, sometime of Richard Smith, now of Thomas Miller; 2s. from a yard or garden sometime of Alice Morgan, after of Thomas Tupper; 6s. from two yards and gardens, whereupon a tenement is built, sometime of Thomas Leonard and Alice Morgan, now of William Barlowe; 12s. from a tenement in North Street, sometime of John Sole, after of John Norris, now of James Taylor and Edward Booker; 13s. 4d. from a tenement in North Street sometime of John Estmere, after of John Comber, gent. (formerly parcel of the chantry of John Arundell, Bishop of Chichester); 20s. from certain lands and tenements of the Master of St. Mary's Hospital (sometime belonging to the chantry of Walter, late Dean of Chichester); all in Chichester. 14s. from lands in 'Perfacis' in Thakeham, once of Edward Slater the younger, now in occ. of John Pricklowe; 13s. from lands in Thakeham called Geers and Shingles, once of John Brooker, now of John Bennett; 8s. from lands in Thakeham called Kinges, once of Thomas Boughton, now of Edward Harroden; 2s. from lands in Thakeham once of Mathew Milward, after of Symon Michelburne, now of Nicholas French; 9s. from lands in Thakeham called Frenches and Proutes, once of John Tillie, now in occ. of John Skynner; 3s. 4d. from lands in Itchingfield sometime of Thomas Michell, now of James Freeman; 3s. 5d. from a tenement in Warnham in occ. of Thomas Rapely, in the street where the said Thomas dwelt; 2s. 2d. from certain lands in Warnham of the said Thomas called Stilliers; 8s. 4d. from other lands in Warnham of the said Thomas called Jefferies; 3s. 10d. from certain lands in Warnham called Bromelandes [Broomlands] in occ. of Thomas Gates; 12d. from lands in Warnham called Marshalles in occ. of Thomas Gates; 2s. 1d. from lands in Warnham called Morrelfeildes, in tenure of Thomas Gates; 4s. from lands in Warnham called Delland in occ. of Thomas Gates; 6d. from a piece of meadow in Warnham called Dennymeade in occ. of [blank] Mitchell: all which premises in Thakeham, Itchingfield and Warnham were late parcel of the late chantry of Thakeham. 2s. 8d. from a farm called Cobdeane [Cobden] in Sullington, late parcel of the chantry of Sullington, in tenure of Henry Shelly; 13s. 4d. from certain lands in Kirdford called Crowches, sometime of Sir John Dawtrey, kt., now of Thomas Smith, gent.; 6s. 8d. from certain other lands belonging to the church called Conduit Landes, sometime of Thomas Ford, now of John Dee.
6s. 8d. from a messuage in St. Pancras, sometime of John Chapman, after of Dorothie Smith, and John Smith, given for an obit of John Addison; 2s. 8d. from 2a. land in Rumboldswhyke in a field called Wickfeild given for a lamp and three waxen candles before the sacrament of the church there, sometime of John Exton, now of John Greenefeild; 2s. from a tenement in Little London in Savirys (cf. Savory Lane, the old name of Little London) Land, sometime of Thomas Billett, given for an obit of John Dirrech; 13d. from 1a. land called Great Oake Croft in the field on the N. side of Chichester towards Broyle, in the parish of St. Peter, near the Guildhall, sometime of John Hardham, after of William Barlowe, gent., given for wax in the parish church aforesaid; 20d. from a tenement in St. Olave, sometime of Lawrence Arde, after of Thomas Bray, given for an obit by Robert Johnson; 20d. from a tenement there sometime of Edmund Duck, after of Anthony Smith, gent., given for an obit of Edman Hardman; 6s. 8d. from a tenement and 2a. land in All Saints in the Palentine [Pallant], sometime of John Tillie, after of Lawrence Awcock, rector of Tilliton [Tillington], given for an obit of John Hall; 6s. 8d. from a tenement in All Saints, sometime of John Brooke, after of John Pannett, gent., given for an obit of Henry Bubankes; 6s. 8d. from a tenement in the Pallant sometime of John Wiggesthorpe, after of William Mason, given for an obit; 4s. from a tenement there, near the Spread Eagle, sometime of Edward Gill, given for an obit of John Vincent; all in Chichester. 4s. 2d. from certain lands, sometime Broadbriges, in Bosham, sometime of William Peeres, after of John Lewes, now of William Grey, given for an obit; 2s. 5d. from lands called Broadfeildes in Bosham, sometime of William Grey, gent., given for an obit of William Peers; 6s. 8d., from a tenement in North Street, Petworth, sometime of Richard Goblett, after of James and Thomas Butcher, now of Stephen Chasey, given for an obit of Richard Ford; 10s. from a tenement and 5a. land in Seale and Beeding [Upper Beeding], sometime of [blank] Haynes, after of Symond Smalwood, now of James Tuesday and Richard Carter, given for the maintenance of an obit; 6s. 8d. from certain lands called Keycroft in Pagham in the deanery of Aldwick, sometime of Henry Wilcox, after of John Peachey, given for an obit of Henry Longcum; quit-rent of 44s. from St. Mary's Hospital, Chichester, payable by the Master to the late chantry of Halfe naked [Halnaker in Boxgrove].
Quit-rent of 5d. from a garden or yard in North Street, sometime Porters, once of Joan Jenny; 5s. from a barn and croft called Pigers, once of John Durgate; quit-rent of 2s. from a tenement and yard once of John Allison; quit-rent of 14d. from a tenement and yard once of Robert Barker; quit-rent of 21d. from two yards, sometime of Richard Long, after of Thomas Paching; quit rent of 3s. from the lands, yards or gardens sometime in occ. of the heirs of Nicholas Hurst, after of Henry Zouch; quit-rent of 5s. from a parcel of Land called Nymans at Roughey [Roffey] sometime in occ. of Robert Foster, paid by John Foster; quit-rent of 14d. from lands called Molshams at North Heath, once of John Horley; quit-rent of 12d. from a tenement and yard in South Street, once of Thomas Kelsey, farmer of Henry Hayes; quit-rent of 2s. from a house and yard once in occ. of [blank] Campion, then paid by the heirs of Richard Froyley; quit-rent of 12d. from a house and yard once of Richard Weller, then paid by Christopher Pilchard; quit-rent of 6s. from tenements and two yards or gardens once in occ. of Thomas Seyre, then paid by the heirs of John Hadman; quit-rent of 18d. from a tenement and yard once of John Strynger, then paid by Robert Boker of Billingshurst; quit-rent of 2s. from a tenement and yard once of William Hill, then paid by Richard Southon; quit-rent of 12d. from a tenement and yard in Frydaies Lane [Friday Street] once of William Page, and then paid by John Read; quit-rent of 10d. from a shop and garden once of William Ashburne, then paid by the heirs of William Skynner; quit-rent of 2s. from a tenement and yard once of William Page, then paid by John Reede; quit rent of 4d. from a tenement and yard, sometime the Grammar School, by the foundation of the heirs of [blank] Collyer; quit-rent of 20d. from a tenement or yard in 'the West part or in the Street' in tenure of John Frenchman, then paid by John Allen; quit-rent of 2s. 6d. from three tenements and three yards joining together, once of Robert Nitingale, Alice Sontier and John Jerman, then paid by John Jennen alias Emery; quit-rent of 18d. from a tenement and yard once of Richard Laytropp, sadler, then paid by John Michell of Stammerham; quit-rent of 12d. from a tenement and yard once of John Nicholls, then paid by John Ingram; quit-rent of 9d. from a tenement and two yards once of Thomas Nicholles, senior, then paid by the heirs of Richard Ive; quit-rent of 12d. from a tenement and yard once of the said Richard and then paid by Richard Hurst; quit-rent of 20d. from a tenement and yard once of John Shoker, then paid by John Carrell, esq.; quit-rent of 2s. from a tenement in 'Sherfolke', once of William Batting, then paid by Thomas Mutton; quit-rent of 10s. from certain lands called Colstable [Coltstaple Farm], adjoining parcel [of] Chesworth [Farm] once in occ. of Henry Foys, and then paid by Sir Thomas Seymor, kt., Lord of Sudlowe: all in Horsham. Quit-rent of 24s. 8d. from lands called Butlers at Itchingfield, once of John Michell of Stammerham: all which property in Horsham and Itchingfield were parcel of the late Butler's chantry in Horsham. 19.5d from lands in Midhurst now in tenure of John Hoe; 2s 7.5d from lands in Poling, granted, inter alia, 36 Henry 8, to John Paynett, now of John Clinson; £3. 13s 2.75d from the manor of Hollington alias Lullington, granted 36 Henry 8 to John Mascall, now of Ann, Countess Dowager of Dorset, and now Countess of Pembroke and Montgomery; 20s. 8d. from the manor of Alfriston and Clapham granted 36 Henry 8 to Sir Edward Bray, kt., and Joan his wife, now of William Thomas, esq., and William Badgeant; 11s. 4d. from the manor of Bedington otherwise Buddington (There are Buddingtons in Easebourne and Wiston; the manor is connected with the latter), of Thomas Shirley, temp. Edward 6, now of John [2nd] Earl of Thanet; 14s. 0.5;d. from the manor of Yapton with certain lands in 'Shiplese', granted 36 Henry 8 to John Pope, now of William Edmondes; 45s 6.5d from the site and demesne of the late priory of Shulbredd [Shulbrede Priory in Linchmere], granted 36 Henry 8 to Sir Anthony Browne, kt., now of Francis [3rd] Viscount Montague; 10s. 8d. from the manor of Compton, of John Gage, esq., in I Elizabeth, now of Sir John Gage, bart.; 10s. 8d. from the manor of Poling, of John Palmer esq., in I Elizabeth, now of Thomas Sowton, Thomas Perly and Sir John Sherley, kt. and bart.; 6s. from divers lands and tenements in Midhurst, Trotton, Fernhurst and other places, of Sir Anthony Browne, kt. [1st Viscount] Montague in I Elizabeth, now of Francis [3rd] Viscount Montague; 10s. 2d. from the manor of Up Marden, of Thomas Zone in I Elizabeth, now of Richard Peckham and William Gray; 36s. from the manor of Sompting, of John Carrell, esq., in I Elizabeth, now of John Carrell; 58s. 4d. from the manor of Wiggenholt, of John Palmer in I Elizabeth, now of several tenants of the manor; 16s. from the manor of Combe, of Andrew, Lord Windsor, in I Elizabeth, now of Harbert Morley; 47s. from the manor of Chinting [Chyngton in Seaford], of the said Sir Anthony Browne in I Elizabeth, now of William Arundell, esq.; 9s 8.75d, from the manor of Lodsworth and Vordley [Verdley in Fernhurst] once of said Sir Anthony Browne, now of said Francis [3rd] Viscount Montague; 11s. from the manor of Peppering in Burpham, once of John Palmer, esq., now of William Palmer, esq.; 4s. from lands and tenements in Coombes, once of Robert Bowyer, now of Sir John Leedes, kt.; fee farm rent of 13s 4d.. from two cottages and two yards or backsides in Arundel, near St. Mary's Gate, belonging to the late chantry called Salmons Chantry there, once of William Sharde, after of John Dagar and Ralph Holden, now of John Heycock; fee farm rent of 5s. from a tenement in Billingshurst called Harmiger alias Hamottes and Segers, and 20a. land called Wildish Grounds, once of Francis Garton, esq. 'given to find a Masse for the Soule of John Garton in the Church there'; 10s. from Dayhowse Farm, in Horley, co. Surrey, in tenure of William Edwardes; 33s. 4d. from the rectory of Dorking, co. Surrey, in tenure of Elizabeth, Countess of Peterborough; fee farm rent of £4 from a portion of tithes in Compton [and] Up Marden, in the Archdeaconry of Chichester, late of Richard Barwick, gent.; pension of 20s. from the rectory of Walberton; pension of 20s. from the church of Eastergate in tenure of Jeffery Blacston, sometime rector of the church there; £3 16s. 8d. from the Rapes of Chichester and Arundel, and the sheriff's tourn, in Arundel, granted to Richard [14th] Earl of Arundel, 24 March 1336/7; £5 0s. 5d. from 40a. land, 40a. meadow and 20a. pasture in Arlington called Endlewickes; rent of assize of 5s 4d. from a tenement in Paglesham, co. Essex, belonging to the late priory of Prittlewell, co. Essex, sometime of William Pakelsham, now in occ. of Richard Pease; rent of assize of 5s. 6d. from a tenement called Waterbattes in Paglesham, belonging to the said late priory, late of William Thornton, now in occ. of William Wiseman.
The grant, 25 March 1652, from 24 trustees (nominated in an Act for selling the fee farm rents belonging to the Commonwealth, formerly payable to the Crown) was made to James Butler of Amberley, esq., who paid £2,101 9s. 0d. for the yearly rents arising from properties I-XII, of which I-XI were the subjects of the following (These grants are listed in the order of recital.) grants by Letters Patent:
26 Dec 1544, to Henry [24th] Earl of Arundel, in respect of property I.
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11 Nov 1540, to John Palmer of Angmering, esq., in respect of property III.
6 June 1546, to Sir Richard Lee, kt., in respect of property IV.
4 Oct 1586, to Sir Christopher Hatton, kt., in respect of properties V and VI.
8 June 1588, to Richard Branthwaite and Roger Bromley, esquires, in respect of property VII.
14 March 1594/5, to Henry Best and John Welles, in respect of property VIII.
10 Nov 1607, to John Suckling, esq., and William Denman, gent., in respect of property IX.
29 Oct 1604, to Lawrence Baskervile, John Styler, senior, of London, gent., and Humphry Burchett of London, yeoman, in respect of property X, to hold in socage of the manor of East Greenwich, co. Kent.
2 Oct 1629, to Gilbert North, esq., in respect of property XI
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