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E300041160
Book:Story of St. Richard of Chichester for the Dean and Chapter of Chichester Cathedral:1980
Author: Gardiner, Rena
Year: 1980
Format: Book
Class no: 920RICHARD,SAINT
ISBN: E300041160
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Publication Year: 1599
Media type: Other material
f2. Ex pte Ralph Erle, clerk, vicar of Eartham v. Alice Rede.
Cause: tithes. Parish Eartham. Da e: 28 May 1597.
f2. Dep. John Page, merchant of Eartham. Lived Eartham 1 year.
Before lived Arundel 27 years. Before lived Petworth 20 years. Born Eartham.
Age 60. Wit.No.mark. No sign.
f3. Dep. William Pynn, husbandman of Eartham. Born Eartham.
Age 50. Wit.mark.
f4. Dep. Robert Purdue, husbandman, of Eartham. Lived Eartham 26 years. Before lived Fishbourne 2 years. Born Siddlesham.
f5. Dep. Henry Browning, husbandman of Eartham. Lived Eartham 25 years. Born Duncton. Age 57. Wit. mark.
f6. Dep. Simon Page, husbandman of Eartham. Lived Eartham 30 years. Before lived Slindon 4 years. Born Madehurst.
Age 50. Wit. mark.
f6v. Dep. Edward Sargent, shepherd, formerly husbandman of Eartham. Lived Eartham 19 years. Before lived West Dean 9 years. Born Southwick, Hants. Age (sic). Wit. mark.
f7v. Dep. Thomas Peachy, husbandman of Eartham Born Eartham.
f8. Dep. Richard Stapler, husbandman of Eartham. Lived Eartham 20 years. Before lived Lyminster 6 years. Before lived Arundel 9 years. Born Slindon. Age 45. Wit. mark.
f8v. Dep. thomas Hartley, husbandman of Eartham. Born Eartham.
Age 26. Wit. mark.
9v. Dep. William Peachy, Yeoman of Eartham. Born Eartham.
Wit. mark.
f10. Dep. Anthony Sheppard, yeoman of Eartham. Born Eartham.
Age 70. Wit. mark.
f11. Dep. John Paty, shepherd of Whyke. Lived Whyke 12 months since last Lady Day. Before lived Eartham 2½ years. Before lived West Dean 2 years. Before lived Preston in the parish of Binderton 3 years. Before lived Cocking 3 years. Before lived Steep, Hants. 7 years. Born Welford, Berks.
Age 54. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f13. Ex pte William Sutton v. Henry Weston.
Cause: tithes. Parish: East Wittering. Date 4 July 1592.
f13. Dep. Edward Hussh gent of Selsey. Lived Selsey 7 years.
Born Siddlesham. Age 67. No mark. No sign.
f13v. Dep. William Bumbryg, yeoman of East Wittering. Lived East Wittering 36 years. Born Birdham. Age 42. No mark. No sign.
f14. Dep. Richard Palmer, husbandman of North Bersted. Lived North Bersted 16 years. Before lived Earnley 7 years.
Before lived Siddlesham 22 years. Born Earnley.
Age 60. Wit. mark.
f15. Dep. Margaret Taylor, widow of East Wittering, Lived East Wittering 40 years. Before lived Siddlesham 2 years. Born Itchenor. Age 60. Wit. mark.
f15v. Dep. Margery Genman, widow of East Wittering. Lived East Wittering 30 years. Born St Bartholomew, Chichester.
f16. Dep. Robert Seale, husbandman of Siddlesham. Lived Siddlesham 55 years. Born Iping. Age 60. Wit. mark.
f16v. Dep. Edward Hussh, see f 13 above. Wit. signs Husshe.
f16v. Dep. Richard Garret, seaman of Siddlesham. Lived Siddlesham 50 years. Before lived Kingston, Arundel 4 years. Born Billingshurst. Age 73. Wit, mark.
[Next case] f22. Ex pte Thomas Lenn v. William Porson (Parson?) and William Short.
Cause: church rate. Parish: Middleton. Date 26 May 1597.
f22. Dep. Jeremiah Cooke, vicar of Middleton. Lived Middleton 15 years. Born Steyning. Age 43. Wit. sign.
f22v. Dep. James Nash, weaveer of Middleton. Lived Middleton 16 years. Before lived St Pancras, Chichester 3 years. Born Odiham, Hants. Age 60. Wit. mark.
f23v. Dep. Michael Okinden, yeoman of Felham. Lived Felpham 30 years. Before lived Burpham 30 years. Born West Grinstead. Age 60. Wit. mark.
f24. Dep. Thomas Byllett, seafarer of Walberton. Lived Walberton 38 years. Born Middleton. Age 60. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f25. Ex pte John Wyke v. Peter Betsworth. Cause: tithes.
Parish: Elsted. Date 29 June 1597
f25. Dep. Edward Drue, yeoman of Eldsted. Born Elsted. Lived 10 years at Stedham. Age 75. Wit. mark.
f25v. Dep. Michael Cooper, husbandman of Elsted. Lived Elested 10 years. Before lived Harting 6 years. Born Buriton, Hants. Age 34. Wit. mark.
f26v. Dep. Elizabeth Pack, single woman of Elsted. Lived Elsted 4 years. Born Rogate. Age 22. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f28. Ex pte Alice Read v Ralph Erle. Cause: tithes. Parish: Eartham and Upwaltham. Undated; between June - Oct 1597.
f28. Dep. William Bruer, husbandman of Boxgrove. Lived Boxgrove 48 years. Before lived Eartham 5 years. Before lived Pagham 10 years. Born North Mundham. Age 60. Wit. mark.
f28v. Dep. Edward Millington senior, husbandman of Bosham. Lived Bosham 39 years. Before lived Selsey 6 years. Before lived Binderton 52 years. Before lived Upwaltham 4 years. Born Bosham. Age 77 (sic). Wit, mark.
f29. Dep. John Hills husbandman of East Dean. Born East Dean.
Age 66. Wit.mark.
Continued at f32v. below.
[Next case] f30. Ex pte William Cooper v. Phillipa Cooper widow. Cause: testamentary, will of John Cooper. Parish: Sompting.
Undated; between June - Oct. 1597.
f30. Dep. George Cooper, yeoman of Sompton. Lived Sompting 4 years. Before lived Angmering 4 years. Before lived Tortington and Durrington. Born Warnham. Age 23. Wit. sign.
f30v. Dep. William Lussher gent of Arundel. Lived Arundel 3 years. Before lived Tortington 10 years. Before lived Durrington and Tarring 13 years. Befire lived Thakeham 3 years. Wit. sign.
f31. Dep. William Holland, mercer of Steyning. Born Steyning.
Age 35. Wit.sign.
f31v. Dep. Phillip Smythe, yeoman of Basing, Hants. Lived Basing 2 months. Before lived Patcham, E. Sussex, 6 years. Before Lived Horsted Keynes 3 years. Before lived Eastbourne 2 years. Born Wymering, Hants. Age 34. Wit. sign.
f32. Dep. John Peers, yeoman of Bosham. Born Bosham. Age 32.
Wit. sign.
[Next case] Continued from f29 above.
f32v. Dep. Thomas Tyme sometime parson of Upwaltham for 4 or 5 years about 40 years ago.
f32v. Dep. John Swert (?), husbandman of East Dean. Born East Dean. Age 60. Wit. mark.
f33. Dep. William Goble, husbandman of Aldingbourne. Lived Aldingbourne 14 years. Before lived Upwaltham 2 years. Before lived Woolavington 1 year. Before lived Tillington
52 (?) years. Before lived Woolavington 1 year. Before lived Upwaltham 10 years. Born Tillington. Age not given.
Wit.mark.
Continued at f46v. below.
[Next case] f34. Ex pte Henry Weston vicar of East Wittering v. William Sutton. Cause: tithes. Parish: East Wittering.
f34. Dep. Richard Crosby, husbandman of East Wittering. Born East Wittering. Age 65.Wit.mark.
f35. Dep. John Sneller, tailor of East Wittering. Lived East Wittering 19 years. Born East Wittering. Age 63. Wit.mark.
[Next case] f36. Ex pte George Sly v. --- Langridge and William Heldrop.
Cause: testamentary, will of William Sly. Parish: West Thorney. Date : 7 Oct 1597
f36. Dep. Thomas Gay, yeoman of Emsworth. Lived Emsworth 26 years. Before lived West Thorney 20 years. Born Kingston, Portsmouth. Age 63. Wit.mark.
Continued at f44v below.
[Next case] f39. Ex pte Joan Cooper alias Dudman v. William Dudman. Cause: testamentary, will of Richard Dudman. Parish: Fernhurst. Date: 9 Dec. 1597.
f39. Dep. William Coyler, yeoman of Fernhurst. Born Fernhurst. Age 64. Wit.mark.
f39v. Dep. Stephen Willard, wheelwright of Lynchmere. Lived Lynchmere 15 years. Born Petworth. Age 42. Wit.mark.
[Next case] f40v. Ex pte Richard Dench son and executor of the will of Elizabeth Slater and executor of the will of John Slater V. John Slater. Undated: between Dec - Feb. 1597/8
Parish: Wiggonholt
f40v. Dep. Richard Boley, rector of Wiggonholt with Greatham.
Lived Wigg Nholt 10 years. Born Kempley, Gloucester. Age 40. Wit.sign.
f41v. Dep. Thomas Dench, butcher of Wiggonholt Born Wiggonholt. Age 50. Wit.mark.
f41v. Dep. Richard Chambers, husbandman of Wiggonholt. Born Wiggonholt. Age 50. Wit.mark.
f43v. Dep. Thomas Hayward, husbandman of Wiggonholt.Lived.
Wigginholt 20 years. Before lived Lyminster 5 years. Born West Angmering. Age 60. Wit.mark.
[Next case] Continued from f36 above. Date: 4 Feb. 1597/8
f44v. Dep. Elizabeth Hartley. Details at f46 below.
f45. Dep. Thomas Gay. Details at f 36 above.
f45v. Dep. John Sly, tailor of Nutbourne, Parish of Westbourne.
Born Nutbourne. Age 32. Wit.mark.
f46. Dep. Elizabeth Hartley wife of Lawrence Hartley, brickmaker of Westbourne. Lived Westbourne 40 years. Born Durrington.
Age 60. Wit.mark.
Continued at f51 below.
[Next case] Continued from f 33 above. Date: 7 Feb 1597/8
f46v. Dep. Thomas Young, tailor of Eartham. Born Eartham.
Age 72. Wit.mark.
f47. Dep. John Lancaster, rector of Graffham. Lived Graffham 18 years. Born Dalton, Lancs. Age 68. Wit. sign.
f48v. Dep. Richard Hartley, husbandman of Crockerhill in parish of Boxgrove. Lived Boxgrove 3 years. Before lived Eartham 22 years. Born Crockerhill. Age 34. Wit.mark.
[Next case] Continued from f46 above.
f51. Dep. Elizabeth Hartley. Details at f 46 above.
[Next case] f52. Ex pte John Whatly v. William Rods. Cause: slander.
Parish: Oving. Date: 15 Feb 1597/8
f52. Dep. Fortunatus Barrow, husbandman of Tangmere. Lived Tangmere 3 years. Before lived Rustington 1 year. Before lived Angmering 5 years. Before lived Keynor, Sidlesham 1 year. Before lived Selsey 1 years. Born Tangmere.
Age 26. Wit.mark.
f52v. Dep. Alice Rushman wife of William Rusham, tailor of Oving. Lived Oving 6 years. Born Southwick Hants.
f53. Dep. John Woods, husbandman of West Marden. Lived West Marden 1 year. Before lived West Dean 6 weeks. Before lived Oving 1 year. Before lived Surrey 3 years. Before lived Binderton 8 years. Before lived Woodhouse, Hants.
Born Romsey, Hants. Age 30. Wit.mark.
f54. Dep. Thomas Rushman, husbandman of Colworth, parish of Oving. Lived Oving 7 years. Before lived Tangmere 3 or 4 years. Born Oving. Age 32. Wit.mark.
[Next case] f55. Ex pte Joan Smith v. Elizabeth Mason. Cause: Defamation.
Parish: Wyke. Date: 10 Mar, 1597/8.
f55. Dep. Anne Jenman wife of Robert Jenman, smith of St Pancras, Chichester. Lived St Pancras 5 years. Born West Dean. Age 36. Wit.mark.
f55. Dep. Alice Exton wife of Edward Exton of St Pancras, Chichester. Born Bosham. Age 48. Wit.mark.
f55v. Dep. Margery Roberts, servant for 1 year past to Mr. Thomas Mason of Wyke. Age 30. Born Pulborough. Wit.mark.
[Next case] f57. Ex pte Elizabeth Martyn alias Burgess v. Margaret Woolridge. Cause: testamentary, will of Henry Burgess of Pulborough. Date: 11 Mar. 1597/8.
f57. Dep. John Clares, yeoman of Pulborough. Born Pulborough.
Age 56. Wit.mark.
f57v. Dep. Henry Smith of Cold Waltham. Lived Cold Waltham 11 years. Before lived Pulborough 1 years. Born Amberley.
f58v. Dep. Nicholas Coward, tailor of Stopham. Lived Stopham 7 years. Before lived Pulborough 24 years. Born Ditchling.
[Next case] f60. Ex pte John Leigh, rector of Upwaltham v. Ralph Erle, vicar of Eartham. Cause:tithes. Parish: East Dean and Up Waltham. Date: 11 Apr. 1598.
f60. Dep. John Coort, husbandman of East Dean. Born East Dean.
Age 61. Wit.mark.
f61. Dep. William Tuff, husbandman of East Dean. Born East Dean. Age 84. Wit.mark.
f61v. Dep. Joan Selden wife of Valentine Selden, husbandman of Up Waltham. Lived Up Waltham 40 years. Before lived Sidlesham 6 years. Born St Martins, Chichester. Age 60. Wit.mark.
f63. Dep. Joan Russell wife of Thomas Russell, shepherd of Up Waltham. Lived Up Waltham 39 years. Before lived Madehurst 3 years. Born East Wittering. Age 67. Wit.mark.
f63v. Dep. John Purvyle, husbandman of Up Waltham. Lived Up Waltham 21 years. Before lived East Lavant 1 year. Before lived Charlton 2 years. Born Harting. Age 40. Wit.mark.
f64v. Dep. John Lovier, husbandman of Binsted. Lived Binsted 4 years. Before lived West Burton 1 year. Before lived Bignor 4 years. Before lived Lyminster 4½ years. Before lived Poling 1 year. Before lived Petworth 3 years. Before lived Up Waltham 3 years. Before lived Sutton 3 years. Before lived Lodsworth 4 years. Born Pulborough.
f65v. Dep. Francis Bell, husbandman of Pagham. Lived Pagham 8 years. Before lived 5 years with Thomas Read at Up Waltham. Born Boxgrove. Age 33. Wit.mark.
[Next case] f66v. Ex pte Stephen Terry v. Roger Shotter and Edward Tanner.
Cause: tithes. Parish: Lynchmere. Date: 7 June 1598.
f66v. Dep. Nicholas [ ] husbandman of Lynchmere. Lived all his life at Lynchmere except 3 years at Bramshot, Hants. Born Lynchmere. Age 67. Wit.mark.
f68v. Dep. Roger Quennell, husbandman of Pophall in parish of Fernhurst. Born Fernhurst. Age 50. Wit.mark.
f69v. Dep. John Bennett, rector of Lynchmere. Lived Lynchmere 10 years. Before lived Trotton 4 years. Born Chichester.
Age 40. Wit.mark.
f71v. Dep. Thomas Ireland, husbandman of Lynchmere. Lived Lynchmere 25 years. Born Greene (= Wisborough Green?).
[Next case] f73v. Ex pte Mary Kennett v. Thomas Taylor. Cause: defamation.
Parish: Hardham. Date 7 July 1598.
f73v. Dep. Richard Clement, husbandman of Hardham. Lived Hardham 40 years. Born Wiggonholt. Age 70. Wit.mark.
f74. Dep. John Potter, husbandman of Hardham alias Heringham.
Lived Hardham 19 years. Before lived Petworth 15 years. Before lived Fittleworth & years. Before lived Kirdford 15 years. Born Slinford. Age 65. Wit.mark.
f75. Dep. John Francis, husbandman of Hardham. Born Hardham.
She 60. Wit.mark.
Continued at f147 below.
[Next case] f76. Ex pte Mr Richard Barwick, clerk v. William Lodger.
Cause: tithes. Parish: Up Marden. Date; 14 July 1598.
f76. Dep. Thomas Randall, yeoman of Up Marden. Lived Up Marden 14 years. Born Chalton, Hants. Age 40. Wit. sign ½.
f76v. Dep. Robert Trivet, husbandman of Compton. Born Compton. Age 48. Wit.mark.
f77v. Dep. Mark Pitt yeoman of Up Marden. Lived Up Marden 4 or 5 years. Born Harting. Age 37. Wit.sign.
f78. Dep. William Amford, husbandman of Compton. Lived Compton 1 year. Before lived East Lavant 1 year. Born Cleeve, Wilts. Age 23. Deposition incomplete.
[Next case] f79. Ex pte John Baker v. widow Brinkhurst alias Baker.
Cause: probate, will of Thomas Baker. Parish: Rustington. Date: 22 July 1598.
f79. Dep. John Baker of Eglesdene, Angmering, yeoman. Lived Angmering 10 years. Born Rustington. Age 56. Wit.sign.
f79v. Dep. Robert Brake, husbandman of Rustington. Lived Rustington 40 years. Born Lyminster. Age 46. Wit.mark.
f80. Dep. Thomas Hacher, tailor of Rustington. Born Rustington. Age 25. Wit.mark.
[Next case] f80v. Ex pte Richard Threele v. Richard Stringer. Cause: testamentary, will of Thomas Stringer. Parish: Climping. Date: 22 July 1598.
f80v. Dep. Thomas Emerson, vicar of Climping. Lived Climping 2 years. Born Coventry, Warwicks. Age 27. Wit.mark.
f81. Dep. John Wither, husbandman of Climping.Lived Climping 3 years. Before lived Findon 30 years. Born Angmering.
[Next case] f82. Ex pte Richard Soper v. Agnes Boorer alias Soper.
Cause: testamentary, will of Thomas Soper late of Wiston. Parish: West Grinstead. Date 21 Sep, 1598.
f82. Dep. Thomas Linfield, husbandman of West Grinstead.
Born West Grinstead. Age 40. Wit.mark.
f83. Dep. Thomas Botting, husbandman of West Grinstead.
Lived West Grinstead 30 years. Before lived Hurst (SX) 3 years. Born Nuthurst. Age 60. Wit. mark.
f84v. Dep. Mr Lawrence Bond, rector of West Grinstead. Lived West Grinstead 10 years. Born Kew, Richmond, Mdx. Age 39. Wit. sign.
Continued at f 122v. below.
[Next case] f86. Ex pte Mr William Hyde rector of Bosham v. Thomas Trymlet. Cause: tithes. Parish: Bosham. Date: 16 Oct 1598.
f86. Dep. Richard Wells, husbandman of Bosham. Born Bosham. Age 42. Wit. mark.
f86v. Dep. John Bulk, husbandman of Birdham. Lived Birdham 6 years. Before lived Apuldram 16 years. Before lived Bosham 22 years. Before lived Walton on Thames 7 years. Wit. mark.
f87v. Dep. Michael Case, yeoman of West Ashling. Lived West Ashling 27 years. Before lived Upper Cragton, Hants 3 years. Before lived Beriton Hants 2 years. Before lived Bosham 11 years. Born Haslemere, Surrey. Age 53. Wit. sign.
f88v. Dep. Thomas Millington, husbandman of Bosham. Lived Bosham 39 years. Before lived Stopham 7 years. Before lived Sidlesham 4 years. Born Bosham. Age 72. Wit. mark.
f89v. Dep. Catherine Catchlove singlewoman of Stoughton. Lived Bosham 1½ years. Born Stoughton. Age 18. Wit. mark.
f90v. Dep. Edward Millington, tailor of Bosham. Lived Bosham 14 years. Before lived Singleton 7 years. Born Bosham. Age 32. Wit. mark.
f91. Dep. John Fayre alias Ayre, husbandman of Bosham. Lived Bosham 40 years. Born Hunston. Age 55. Wit. mark.
f91v. Dep. John Freeland of Bosham. Lived Bosham 16 years. Before lived London 14 years. Born Chidham. Age 56. Wit. sign.
f92v. Dep. Edward Millington, senior, husbandman of Bosham. Born Bosham. Age 74. Wit. mark.
f93. Dep. Edward Lucas, blacksmith of West Ashling. Lived West Ashling 20 years. Born Beeding. Age 46. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f95. Ex pte William Lacey v. Elizabeth Waller. Cause: defamation. Parish: Midhurst. Date: 20 Oct. 1598.
f95. Dep. John Smith, husbandman of Midhurst. Lived Midhurst 20 years. Born Harting. Age 60. Wit. mark.
f95. Dep. William White, yeoman of Midhurst. Born Midhurst. Age 72. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f96v. Ex pte Elizabeth Faulkner v. Joan Rolph. Cause: defamation. Parish: Bosham. Date 2 Nov. 1598.
f96v. Dep. Katherine Bond wife of William Bond, husbandman of Bosham. Lived Bosham since last Feast of St Michael. Before lived Chidham 3/4 year. Before lived West Wittering from Maytime to Michaelmas. Born Amberley. Age 25 or 26. Wit. mark.
f97. Dep. Eleanor Bone wife of Stephen Bone of Bosham. Lived Bosham since Feast of St Michael last. Before lived Chidham 2 years. Born Midhurst. Age 20. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f98v. Ex pte Alice and Margaret Storey v. William Smith. Cause: testamentary, will of Bartholemew Storey. Parish: West Dean. Undated, between 2 and 10 Nov. 1598.
f98v. Dep. William Dawtey, husbandman of Wheelgrove, West Dean. Lived West Dean 16 years. Before lived Binderton 11 years. Before lived Midhurst 3 years. Born Petworth. Age 47. Wit. mark.
f100v. Dep. Thomas Parr, tailor of Chilgrove. Lived Chilgrove 14 years. Born [ ]. Age 35. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f102. Ex pte Thomas Taylor v. Mary Kennett. Cause: defamation. Parish: Hardham. Date: 10 Nov. 1598.
f102. Dep. John Knowles, yeoman of Hardham. Lived Hardham 12 years. Before lived Climping, Ford and Binsted 9 years. Before lived Cold Waltham 20 years. Born Cocking. Age 47. Wit. sign.
f102v. Dep. Thomas Piper, husbandman of Hardham. Lived Hardham 2 years. Born Bury. Age 50. Wit. mark.
f102v. Dep. John Harward, husbandman of Hardham. Lived Hardham 30 years. Born North Stoke. Age 54. Wit. mark.
f103. Dep. Thomas [ ] carpenter of Cold Waltham. Lived Cold Waltham 10 years. Before lived Bepton 17 years. Born Witley, Surrey. Age 30. Wit. mark.
f103v. Dep. Richard Smith, tailor of Chiltington. Born Chiltington. Age 22. Wit. mark.
(See also f 73v above.)
[Next case] f104v. Ex pte Thomas Langham v. Robert Samuel. Cause: testamentary, will of Robert Samuel senior. Parish: West Hampnett. Undated; between 10 Nov-10 Dec 1598.
f104v. Dep. John Brisco, vicar of West Hampnett. Lived West Hampnett 44 [?] years. Before lived Rustington 10 years. Born Sudbury, Shropshire. Age 40. Wit. sign.
f105v. Dep. Thomas Okeshott, tailor of St Bartholemew, Chichester. Lived Chichester 2 or 3 years. Before lived St Olave, Chichester 8 years. Born Steep, Hants. Age 29. Wit. sign.
f106. Dep. Thomas Pay. No details given. Wit. sign. Continued at f 108 below.
[Next case] ff 106v., 107, 107v., blank.
[Next case] f108. Continued from f 106 above. Dep. John Brisco. Details as at f 104v. above.
f110v. Dep. Thomas Okeshott. Details as at f 105v. above.
[Next case] f113. Ex pte William Thornden and Roger Woods v. Richard Story. Cause: testamentary, will of Margery Till. Parish: West Dean. Date: 10 Dec 1598.
f113. Dep. Richard Tyll, husbandman of West Dean. Born West Dean Age 64. Wit. mark.
f113v. Dep. Roger Woods, husbandman of West Dean. Born West Dean. Age 62. Wit. mark.
f114. Dep. William Thirnden, husbandman of West Dean. Lived West Dean 16 or 17 years. Before lived East Dean 20 years. Born Singleton. Age 44. Wit. mark.
[Next case] ff 115v. and 116 blank.
[Next case] f 116v. Ex pte William Westmill and John Horsbrigge v. William Brigge. Cause: testamentary, will of Thomas Westmill. Parish: Boxgrove. Date 9 Dec 1598.
f116v. Dep. John Hull vicar of Boxgrove. Lived Boxgrove 18 years. Born [ ] Hants. Age 74. Wit. sign.
f117v. Dep. John Whatly, yeoman of Boxgrove. Lived Boxgrove 1 year. Born Oving. Age 54. Wit. mark.
f118v. Dep. Robert Grey, husbandman of Woodham in parish of Oving. Lived Oving 24 years. Born Pagham Age 34. Wit. sign.
f120. Dep. John Hall, husbandman of Boxgrove. Lived Boxgrove 45 years. Born [ ]. Age 60. Wit. sign.
f121v. Dep. Lawrence Chase, husbandman of Boxgrove. Lived Boxgrove 2 years. Before lived West Hampnett 4 years. Before lived Oving 20 years. Before lived Stedham 16 years. Born [ ] Hants. Age 56. Wit. mark.
Continued at f 134 below.
[Next case] Continued from f 84v. above. Dated: 13 Dec 1598.
f122v. Dep. Thomas Catting, Husbandman of West Grinstead. Lived West Grinstead 30 years. Before lived Hurst 3 years. Born Nuthurst. Age 60. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f123. Ex pte Mr Ralph Erle v. Mr John Long. Cause: tithes. Parish: Eartham. Date: 15 Jan 1598/9.
f123. Dep. Edward Hazell, yeoman of Westham. Lived Westham 3 years. Before lived Boxgrove 5 years. Born Eartham. Age 40. Wit. mark.
f123v. Dep. Richard Kyle, husbandman of Drayton in parish of North Mundham. Born Drayton. Age 100. Wit. mark.
f125. Dep. Thomas Avery, husbandman of Barnham. Born Barnham and lived all his life there except 1½ years when he lived with John Page at Eartham. Age 96. Wit. mark.
f125v. Dep. John Brisco. Details at f 104v, above.
[Next case] f127. Ex pte Roger Jenman v. Mary Watts. Cause: matrimonial (breach of promise). Parish: Stoughton. Date: 26 Jan 1598/9.
f127. Dep. Nicholas Diggens vicar of Stoughton Lived Stoughton 22 years. Age 50. Wit. sign.
f128. Dep. John Diggens, husbandman of Stoughton. Lived Stoughton 15 years. Born Elsted. Age 45. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f129. Ex pte Adam Carus v. Jane Cooper alias Steyning. Cause: matrimonial. Parish: Lurgashall. Date: illegible, between 26 Jan - 3 Feb 1598/9.
f129. Dep. Joanna White widow of Lurgashall. Lived Lurgashall 20 years. Born Binsted, Hants. Age 40. Wit. mark.
f130v. Dep. Henry Mitchell, yeoman of Fernhurst. Lived Fernhurst 3 years. Born Henfield. Age 30. Wit. sign.
Continued at f 139 below.
(Articles in Ep/I/15, box 125 (1599)
[Next case] f131. Ex pte Anne Grinnell v. Robert Grinnell. Cause: testamentary, will of Robert Grinnell. Parish: Billingshurst. Date: 3 Feb. 1598/9.
f131. Dep. Michael Grenfield husbandman of Billingshurst. Born Billingshurst. Age 45. Wit. sign.
f131v. Dep. Edward Fenner, gent. Born Ifield. Age 63. Wit. sign.
f132. Dep. William Hildrop, husbandman of Horsham. Born Horsham. Age 47. Wit. sign.
[Next case] Continued from f120 above.
f134. Dep. Sara Martess wife of John Martess, vicar of Oving. Lived Oving 24 years, Born Epping, Essex. Age 45. Wit. mark.
f135. Dep. Jane Faggater, spinster of Oving. Lived Oving 12 years. Born Eastergate. Age 19. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f 136v to 138v blank.
[Next case] f139. Ex pte [ ] alias Gardener v. Mathew Gardener. Cause: testamentary, will of James Gardener. Parish: Godalming, Surrey. Date: 10 Feb 1598/9.
f139. Dep. Arnold Sheere, clothier of Godalming. Born Godalming. Age 60. Wit. mark.
f139. Dep. Phillip West clothier of Godalming. Born Godalming. Age 34. Wit. sign.
[Next case] Continued from f130v. above.
f139v. Dep. John Moorey of Midhurst, servant to Mr Willmot, bailiff to Lord Montague. Born Midhurst. Age 21. Wit. sign.
f140. Dep. Gregory Hurst, yeoman of Kirdford. Born Kirdford. Age 44. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f145 - f146v blank.
[Next case] f144. Ex pte [ ] Bowrer alias Cooper v. Richard Cooper. Cause: testamentary, will of Thomas Cooper. Parish: West Grinstead. Date: 7 March 1598/9.
f144. Dep. Thomas Pike weaver of West Grinstead. Lived West Grinstead 12 years. Born Shermanbury. Age 24. Wit. mark.
[Next case] f145 to f146v blank.
[Next case] Continued from f75 above. Date: 1 March 1598/9.
f147. Dep. John Braby, husbandman of Cold Waltham. Born Cold Waltham. Age 40. Wit. sign.
f147v. Dep. Roger Brookfield, husbandman of Cold Waltham. Born Cold Waltham. Age 46. Wit. mark.
f148. Dep. John Wade, tailor of Cold Waltham. Lived Cold Waltham 1 year. Befire lived Felpham 3 years. Born Barnham. Age 33. Wit. sign.
[Next case] f148v to 149v blank.
[Next case] f150. Ex pte Langham v Ann Trimnell. Cause: Defamation.
Parish: Bosham. Date: 17 March 1598/9.
f150. Dep. Richard Wooldridge, yeoman of Bosham. Lived Bosham 2 years. Before lived Climping 2 years. Before lived Arundel 15 years. Born Stafford. Age 37. Wit. sign.
f151. Dep. George Briggs, husbandman of Fishbourne. Lived Fishbourne 2 months. Before lived Prinsted. Age 42. Wit. sign.
f151v. Dep. Daniel Hanson, vicar of North Mundham. Lived North Mundham 20 years. Born Tewksbury, Gloucs. Age 52. Wit. sign.
f152v. Dep. Anthony Smith, merchant of Chichester. Lived Chichester 36 years. Born [ ], Hants. Age 40. Wit. sign.
f153. Dep. Richard Booker, mercer of Chichester. Lived Chichester 14 years. Born Froxfield, Hants. Age 30. Wit. sign
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Tenants:
Page 417, 459. William Ayling. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1739. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Brook Farm, Tillington. August 1740, bill for repairing a seat in Tillington Church, 4s 6d.
Page 5. Richard Brown. Tenancy started: 11 March 1685. Tenancy finished: November 1705. Property: Part of Holloways. Late Shotchers.
Page 5. John Luttman. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1706. Property: Part of Holloways. Late Shotchers.
Page 155. John Holland. Tenancy finished: October 1727. Property: House in North Street, Petworth. The arrears £3 9s 2d his Grace in his great goodness has forgiven his poor widow Margaret Holland.
Page 341. Mrs Edsaw. Tenancy started: c 1731. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1743. Property: A house late Wallers in Tillington. 1738, Bill of Matthew Boxall for repairing the seat in Tillington Church belonging to the tenement, 7s 1/2d.
Page 173. John Garland. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1722. Tenancy finished: Midsummer 1732. Property: A house in the Back Street in Petworth. A carrier.
Page 406. Richard West, limeburner. Tenancy started: Christmas 1746. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Part of tenement, Tillington.
Page 287, 391. John Stovel, a miller from Lurgashall. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1736. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Swailes Croft.
Page 263. John Meachen, shoemaker. Tenancy started: Christmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1739. Property: A house in East Street, Petworth.
Page 290, 461b. Edward Willard. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1729. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: House in North Street, Petworth. A tenant in Gravat's house.
Page 195, 328. Arthur Michell. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1731. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1734. Property: House in North Street, Petworth. A tenement in North Street, part of late Gravats.
Page 328, 374. Nickolas Bayley. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1734. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1739. Property: House in North Street, Petworth. A tenement in North Street, part of late Gravats.
Page 374. William Charge. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1739. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1744. Property: House in North Street, Petworth. A tenement in North Street, part of late Gravats. Arrears remaining £6. This said Charge died 1743 left a wife and four small children, who has ever since been relieved by the Parish of Tillington to Michaelmas 1744 when she and her family quitted the said tenement and all her goods were not worth 20s.
Page 278. William Roberts. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1727. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1738. Property: A stable near the Half Moon Inn, Petworth. Arrears due at Christmas 1738, for which his goods were distrained February 1738. The said goods were again restored to him the said Roberts by His Grace's orders, June 1740..
Page 58, 165, 279. William Roberts. Tenancy started: 1713. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1737. Property: A house in the Market Place, Petworth. Arrears for which the said William Roberts' goods were distrained towards the satisfaction thereof Feb 15 1738 by John Mace and John Wills all which said goods were restored to him by his Grace's order, June 22 1740.
Page 236. William Roberts. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1735. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1738. Property: A house in the Market Place, Petworth. Arrears remaining his goods etc was distrained and the same again restored to him as a gift of his Grace.
Page 119, 206. Owen Croucher. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1718. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1729. Property: Glattings Farm, Sutton and Burton. Bought of Charles Eversfield esq.
Page 120, 270. Henry Rice jnr. Tenancy started: 1718. Tenancy finished: 1731. Property: House in Petworth, near the Turret. Bought of George Broadhurst.
Page 45, 113, 177, 287, 374. Mathew Taylor. Tenancy started: September 1692. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1735. Property: Benifolds and Common Piece and Chilnhurst Farm. Chilnhurst Farm from Michaelmas 1716.
Page 473. John Moore, collarmaker. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1747. Tenancy finished: One quarter only. Property: A house in church Stile Street, late George Finch.
Page 430, 469b. Richard Neal. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1743. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Shopham Farm. Commenced tenancy on the death of his father Henry.
Page 230, 425. Stephen Phillpot / Filpot, dancing master. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1738. Tenancy finished: August 1740. Property: A house in North Street, Petworth.
Page 324. John Calloway. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1730. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1732. Property: Two little crofts, Duncton. Died 20th October 1732.
Page 175, 420. Nicholas Puttock, fellmonger. Tenancy started: c1722. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A house in North Street Petworth. Purchased of Richard Waller.
Page 37. Thomas Chalk. Tenancy started: Candlemas 1715. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1726. Property: A house and garden in Birchfold. From Candelmas 1715 until Lady Day 1724 rent free as looking after coppice.
Page 48, 126, 204, 284, 366. Edward Warren. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1712. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Fulling Mill and Hatch Close. From Midsummer 1727 to include the Corn Mill, Coultershaw.
Page 62, 114, 142, 194, 269. Peter Wood. Tenancy started: August 1713, Burrels Farm commencing Michaelmas 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1729. Property: At Gunters Bridge and Burrels. Having it by the assignment of a lease from Francis Moss.
Page 9, 136. William Bean. Tenancy started: c 1713. Property: House in North Street, Petworth. June 1723 entry, Arrears £7, £2 paid His Grace was pleased to accept instead of the whole, the Widow Bean being very poor and not able to pay more.
Page 458. William Holland jnr. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1746. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: For a tenement in part of house late Calloways, in North Street. Last rented by Jane Overington.
Page 285, 315, 367, 453. William Goodyer. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A house in North Street, Petworth. Late Calloway's.
Page 285, 315, 367, 453. William Holland. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A house in North Street, Petworth. Late Calloway's.
Page 285, 315, 353, 454b. Joan Budd. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: Continueing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A house in North Street, Petworth. Late Calloway's.
Page 315, 353. Henry Bignor. Tenancy started: Christmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A house in North Street, Petworth. Late Calloway's.
Page 285, 315. William Tupper. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: September 1731. Property: A house in North Street, Petworth. Late Calloway's. Paid rent until Xmas 1731, as not giving notice of his leaving.
Page 343. Thomas Burdock. Tenancy started: Christmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1737. Property: A house in Tillington. Late Humphreys.
Page 406. John Puttock. Tenancy started: Christmas 1737. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1746. Property: Part of tenement, Tillington. Late Humphreys.
Page 307. John Boyce. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1730. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1732. Property: Part of a house in North Street, Petworth. Late Peter Hursts.
Page 211. Thomas Jones. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1736. Property: Tillington. Late purchased Jane Otway.
Page 248. John Martin. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1726. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1728. Property: Lands near Nightingale Lane. Late purchased John Cook snr.
Page 248, 390. Robert Russel. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1741. Property: Lands near Nightingale Lane. Late purchased John Cook snr.
Page 390. James Kemp. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1741. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1746. Property: Lands near Nightingale Lane. Late purchased John Cook snr.
Page 390, 472a. Robert Stanton. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1746. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Two crofts lying against Nightingale Lane. Late purchased John Cook snr.
Page 390, 472b. William Ayling. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1746. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A field of 5 acres lying against Hungers Lane and Nightingale Lane. Late purchased John Cook snr.
Page 253. Richard Bayly. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1726. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1733. Property: Land by Hungers Lane, Tillington. Late purchased of Mr Bennet.
Page 5, 118, 169. Richard Boxall. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1715. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1724. Property: Pheasant Court, part of Mitchel Park, Northchapel. Late Rapley's.
Page 272. Mary Butcher. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1743. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement in the Market Place. Late rented by Matthew Norriss.
Page 273. Samuel Marner. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1738. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1739. Property: A tenement and stable in the Market Place. Late rented by William Roberts.
Page 161. John Taylor. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1721. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1724. Property: Little Commonpeice, . Late Richard Stringer, & Little Accolds, William Christmas.
Page 161, 259. Anthony Boxall. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1728. Property: Combs Land and commonpiece and Little Accolds. Late Richard Stringer, & Little Accolds, William Christmas.
Page 259, 286. Thomas Taylor. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1736. Property: Combs Land and commonpiece and Little Accolds. Late Richard Stringer, & Little Accolds, William Christmas.
Page 180, 183. John Colebrook. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1722. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1732. Property: The Wall House, Tillington. Late Widow Pratts.
Page 180, 358. Richard Stonah. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1732. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: The Wall House, Tillington. Late Widow Pratts.
Page 356. John Welsh jnr. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1732. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1746. Property: Part of Brook House, Tillington. Late Widow Pratts.
Page 356. Sarah Welch. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1746. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Part of Brook House, Tillington. Late Widow Pratts.
Page 181, 182, 356. John Puttick. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1722. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1732. Property: Part of Brook House, Tillington. Late Widow Pratts. Charged with all of Brook House from Michaelmas 1725..
Page 182. John Jones. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1723. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1725. Property: Part of Brook House, Tillington. Late Widow Pratts. Paid rent due early by reason of leaving the country with his family, Michaelmas 1725.
Page 243. John Todman. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1730. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1734. Property: A house, barn, garden and little croft, Tillington. Lately forfeited to his Grace by Richard Hunt.
Page 247, 293, 346, 382, 421, 449, 449a, 468a. William Bridger. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1725. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: River Farm. Lately purchased by his Grace of Thomas Miller.
Page 410. Thomas Walker. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1746. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1747. Property: Snore Hill, Tillington. Let in parcels with John Withers, sawyer.
Page 214. Richard Hartley. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1725. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1727. Property: House and garden in Pound Street Petworth, late purchased from Spooner. Married Widow Mellor.
Page 12. Henry Holland. Tenancy started: Circa 1712. Tenancy finished: Circa 1714. Property: House in North Street, Petworth. Name deleted.
Page 12, 155. Robert Holland. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1715. Property: House in North Street, Petworth. Name deleted.
Page 14. John Mant. Tenancy started: c1713. Tenancy finished: c1715. Property: Westland and Upper Mead, Tillington. Name deleted.
Page 214. James Mellor. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1725. Property: House and garden in Pound Street Petworth, late purchased from Spooner. Note, March 25th 1725. William Rapley of Rotherbridge and Richard Smart of Petworth promise to see this rent paid for this house till Michaelmas 1725.
Page 195. Henry Bignell. Tenancy started: November 1725. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1731. Property: House in North Street, Petworth. November 1730, Bignall has been given notice to quit this tenement at Candlemas Day next, and to pay rent bill at that time. Quitted tenement Lady Day 1731.
Page 200. John Peckwell. Tenancy started: March 1724. Tenancy finished: September 1724. Property: A tenement part of Norman Place, Petworth. Overseers of the Poor of Petworth.
Page 210, 343, 410. Robert Sparks. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1727. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1746. Property: Snore Hill, Tillington. Overseers of the Poor of Tillington.
Page 157. Thomas Kenshott. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1720. Tenancy finished: October 1723. Property: A close near the church at Tillington . Part of Hardham.
Page 158, 355. William Sandham. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1720. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1732. Property: A field near Nightingale Lane. Part of Hardham.
Page 355. Henry Sandham. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1732. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1734. Property: A field near Nightingale Lane. Part of Hardham.
Page 355. George Brockhurst. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1734. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A field near Nightingale Lane. Part of Hardham.
Page 8, 94, 149b, 221. Henry Baker. Tenancy started: 20 August 1696. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1730. Property: Frithfold Farm, part of Mitchell Park later Lodge Farm. Part of Mitchell Park.
Page 290. John Eager. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1733. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1739. Property: House in North Street, Petworth. Part of the Late Gravatts house.
Page 298. Francis Neel. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1729. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1733. Property: A farm near Duncton Common. Purchased from Mr Madgwick of Arundel.
Page 300. Mr Goodwin. Tenancy started: Christmas 1729. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A croft and barn behind the Queens Head ale house at the lower end of North Street, Petworth. Purchased from Mr Page.
Page 306, 311. John Bignall. Tenancy started: Christmas 1729. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1746. Property: A tenement, lower end North Street, Petworth. Purchased from Mr Webb of Chichester and the late Mr Page.
Page 307, 372. Elizabeth Pulling. Tenancy started: Christmas 1729. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1745. Property: A tenement in North Street, Petworth. Purchased from Mr Webb of Chichester and the late Mr Page.
Page 405. John Mitchener. Tenancy started: Christmas Day 1738. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Part of a house in Pound Street, Petworth. Purchased from Robert Russel jnr.
Page 405. William Jern. Tenancy started: Christmas Day 1738. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1743. Property: Part of a house in Pound Street, Petworth. Purchased from Robert Russel jnr.
Page 222, 384. John Pratt. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1741. Property: Stainbridge, near Hampers Common. Purchased of Mr South.
Page 241. William Matthews. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1725. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1727. Property: A tenement garden and 8 acres of land, Northchapel. Purchased of William Saunders.
Page 49, 146, 230. Frances Stiles. Tenancy started: May 1714. Tenancy finished: June 1732. Property: A house in North Street, Petworth. Quitted with Mr Mitford.
Page 341, 442. Richard Curtis. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1743. Tenancy finished: June 1746. Property: House and garden in Tillington. Richard Curtis's goods were distrained for the arrears of rent (£1 5s) but were returned by his Grace's command to his widow in consideration of her poverty.
Page 69, 152. Edmund Collins. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1716. Tenancy finished: 1722. Property: Coultershaw Mills. Sale of his goods by distress, and by 2 mares and 2 geldings and their pads.
Page 410. John Withers, sawyer. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1746. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1747. Property: Snore Hill, Tillington. Let in parcels with Thomas Walker.
Page 150, 327. John Emmery. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1745. Property: Percy Mead, Arundel. Shared with James Ludgater.
Page 11. Robert Dawtrey. Property: Hoes Farm. Shared with John Dawtrey. Late Humphreys Herbage of Widemead and late Mr Hincley and late Mr True.
Page 11, 93, 135, 172, 192, 277, 314, 363. John Dawtrey. Tenancy started: 1704. Tenancy finished: 1734. Property: Hoes Farm. Shared with Robert Dawtrey. Late Humphreys Herbage of Widemead and late Mr Hincley and late Mr True.
Page 457b. John Boxall, shoemaker. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1743. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Part of a house in East Street, late Charmans.
Page 237. William Pearson, shoemaker. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1741. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Court House, at Shimmings.
Page 22, 170, 287. Thomas Taylor. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1717. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1730. Property: Swailes Croft. Son-in-law of William Longley.
Page 283. William Wolgar. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1745. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A stable in the Market Place. The tenement rented by Mary Butcher.
Page 72, 252. Thomas Payne. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1717. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1729. Property: Crows Hole near Petworth. This house was set on fire and burnt down by beggars, December 22 1732..
Page 116, 310. William Chalkcroft. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1721. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1731. Property: A close near Upperton, late Lawrence Edsaw's. Turned out, 1731.
Page 132, 133, 311. William Chalcroft. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1721. Tenancy finished: October 1731. Property: A shop purchased of Mrs Bromfield. Turned out, 1731.
Page 283. John Stedman. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1727. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1730. Property: A tenement in North Street, Petworth. Where John Holland lived.
Page 283, 286. Widow Barnard. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1730. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1739. Property: A tenement in North Street, Petworth. Where John Holland lived.
Page 286. James Mitchell. Tenancy started: Christmas 1739. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement in North Street, Petworth. Where John Holland lived.
Page 202, 281, 364. Joan Ayling, widow. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1739. Property: Brook Farm, Tillington.
Page 375, 455. Alise Lickfold, widow. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1734. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: The Half Moon Inn, Petworth.
Page 456b. Elizabeth Arnop, widow. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1747. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Little Leith.
Page 422. Ann Rice, widow. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1742. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A house in the Market Place, Petworth.
Page 456b. Elizabeth Arnop, widow. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1743. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Land late Broomfields, near Hampers Common.
Page 318. Jane Overington, widow. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1731. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1745. Property: Chambers in Calloways house in North Street, Petworth.
Page 77. Susannah Ide. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1717. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1718. Property: Duncton Farm. Widow of Nicholas Ide.
Page 35, 184, 288, 376, 415, 440b. John Rook. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1722. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1744. Property: Kelsham Farm. With Henry Rook.
Page 450, 468. John Puttick. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1745. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Westbrooks Farms and Hardham Farm, Tillington. With John Colebrook.
Page 381, 443, 465b. Thomas Rice. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1736. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Land near Petworth and a house in Pound Street. With John Combs.
Page 450, 468. John Colebrook. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1745. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Westbrooks Farms and Hardham Farm, Tillington. With John Puttick.
Page 35, 184, 288, 376, 415, 440b. Henry Rook. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1722. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1744. Property: Kelsham Farm. With John Rook.
Page 29, 125, 151, 244, 326, 389, 458b. Henry Neal. Tenancy started: June 1695 and Michaelmas 1730. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1744. Property: Farm belonging to the Manor House, called Sutton Demesnes , Sutton. With Joseph Sefton until 1715. And Cherry Garden late Widow Moons.
Page 13. William Ewen. Tenancy started: 17 September 1696. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Little Rutlington. With Thomas Ewen.
Page 381, 443, 465b. John Combs. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1736. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Land near Petworth and a house in Pound Street. With Thomas Rice.
Page 13. Thomas Ewen. Tenancy started: 17 September 1696. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Little Rutlington. With William Ewen.
Page 380, 469. Robert Horn. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1745. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Neals Farm, Duncton Common. With William Woodroff.
Page 1, 76, 130, 163, 246, 291, 381. Samuel Anckorne / Anker. Tenancy started: 2 March 1701. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1736. Property: Land near Petworth and a house in Pound Street.
Page 2, 122, 143, 250 . John Aylwin. Tenancy started: 27th December 1689. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1727. Property: Tanners Land, Petworth.
Page 250, 337. Peter Lutman. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1727. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Tanners Land, near Hampers Common, Petworth.
Page 456. Andrew Lutman. Tenancy started: 1742. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Land near Hampers Common.
Page 3, 123 . John Ayling. Tenancy started: 2 March 1701. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1724. Property: Brook Farm, Tillington.
Page 4. Robert Allen. Tenancy started: Continuing 29 September 1704. Tenancy finished: c 1707. Property: Carpenters Field.
Page 4. George Hoare. Tenancy started: Circa 1713. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1718. Property: A house in Pound Street, near the Swan in Petworth.
Page 6. John Bowen. Tenancy started: 17 November 1688. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Malt house and brewhouse yard and 3 gardens.
Page 6, 129, 245, 345. William Smith. Tenancy started: March 1713. Tenancy finished: September 1735. Property: House in Pound Street, Petworth.
Page 336. John Capeling Carpenter. Tenancy started: Michalmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1741. Property: House in Petworth, near the Turret.
Page 434. Edward Jenkins. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1741. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: House in Petworth, near the Turret.
Page 7. John Bromfield. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1701. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Hampers Crofts.
Page 7. William Hayes. Tenancy started: Circa 1712. Tenancy finished: Removed Christmas 1715. Property: House in Pound Street, Petworth.
Page 313. Thomas Taylor. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1730. Tenancy finished: December 1736. Property: Lodge Farm, in Mitchell Park.
Page 9. Jonas Chitty. Tenancy started: 1704. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Lodge Farm, in Mitchell Park.
Page 136, 290. John Gravat. Tenancy started: March 1723. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1729. Property: House in North Street, Petworth.
Page 10, 224. John Dee. Tenancy started: 7 October 1700. Tenancy finished: November 1738. Property: Reeders Croft.
Page 224, 411. Elizabeth Dee. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1738. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Reeders Croft.
Page 363, 385, 443b. Jeffrey Dawtrey. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1734. Tenancy finished: September 1744. Property: Hoes Farm.
Page 378, 385, 443b. Jeffrey Dawtrey. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1737. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1743. Property: Rutlington Farm, Duncton.
Page 12. Richard Eede. Tenancy started: 20 September 1692. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Pipers.
Page 13, 186 195. Thomas Petoe. Tenancy started: c 1711. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1725. Property: House in North Street, Petworth.
Page 195. John Silk. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1725. Tenancy finished: November 1725. Property: House in North Street, Petworth.
Page 328. Mary Hammond. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1730. Tenancy finished: January 1734. Property: A Tenement joining the house late Gravatts in North Street, Petworth.
Page 14. William Fielder. Tenancy started: 28 September 1688. Tenancy finished: Continuing at September 1707. Property: Westland and Upper Mead, Tillington.
Page 14, 73. John Welch. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1715. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1721. Property: Westland and Upper Mead and Parkhurst Farm, Tillington.
Page 15. William Furlonger. Tenancy started: 11 March 1685. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Tenement at Flexham Park.
Page 15, 153. Bartholomew Heath. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1712. Tenancy finished: October 1721. Property: House in East Street, Petworth.
Page 153. John Bridges. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1721. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1722. Property: House in East Street, Petworth.
Page 153. William Peckwell. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1723. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1727. Property: House in East Street, Petworth.
Page 153, 289. Jasper Peckwell snr. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1727. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1734. Property: House in East Street, Petworth.
Page 289. John Mitchener. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1734. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1739. Property: House in East Street, Petworth.
Page 289, 423. Henry Lintot. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1739. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1745. Property: House in East Street, Petworth.
Page 16. Christopher Ford. Tenancy started: 28 May 1694. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Lands in Sutton and land there late Leggatts.
Page 16, 111, 171. Widow Ford. Tenancy started: c 1712. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1726. Property: A farm late Leggatts, Sutton.
Page 255, 351, 414. James Ford. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1726. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A farm late Leggatts, Sutton.
Page 17, 59, 140, 251. John Grey. Tenancy started: 28 October 1691. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1727. Property: A house and Little Leith.
Page 17. Nicholas Johnson. Property: Farm part of Mitchell Park.
Page 18. Jonathan Haris. Tenancy started: 27 September 1695. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Frog Farm and Conduit land.
Page 18, 128, 156, 203, 254, 331. Richard Baily. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1715. Tenancy finished: c1731. Property: Frog Farm and Conduit land.
Page 19. Henry Ide. Tenancy started: 22 July 1691. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Lands at Duncton.
Page 19. Nicholas Ide. Tenancy started: c 1713. Tenancy finished: c1717. Property: Duncton Farm.
Page 179. James Dawtry. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1717. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1724. Property: Duncton Farm.
Page 179, 232, 268, 298, 334, 379, 445. William Broadbridge. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1724. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Duncton Farm.
Page 20. William Relmes. Tenancy started: 28 March 1694. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1715. Property: Ossetts Farm.
Page 20, 137. John South. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1715. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1724. Property: Ossetts Farm.
Page 21. Edward Lickfold. Tenancy started: March 1705. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Parkhurst.
Page 14, 21, 73. John Welch. Tenancy started: c 1713. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1721. Property: Parkhurst.
Page 22. William Longley. Tenancy started: 30 July 1696. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1717. Property: Swailes Croft.
Page 287. William Taylor. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1730. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1736. Property: Swailes Croft.
Page 23. William Lever. Tenancy started: c1704. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Piercy Mead, Arundell.
Page 23. John Bridges. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1715. Tenancy finished: c1723. Property: A house in East Street, Petworth.
Page 24. Richard Luttman. Tenancy started: September 1706. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1718. Property: Little Accolds, Kirdford.
Page 24, 148. William Christmas. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1718. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1720. Property: Little Accolds, Kirdford.
Page 25, 124, 144, 218, 257, 333, 397. John Luttman. Tenancy started: March 1707. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1741. Property: Pound Farm, Near Petworth.
Page 397, 445. Samuell Ayling. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1741. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Pound Farm, Near Petworth.
Page 26. Francis Mose. Tenancy started: 2 March 1701. Tenancy finished: August 1713. Property: Great and Little Gunters Farm.
Page 26, 263. William Saxby. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1715. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1731. Property: A house in East Street, Petworth.
Page 438b. John Peto. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1741. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1742. Property: A tenement in East Street.
Page 438b. Robert Ellis. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1742. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1744. Property: A tenement in East Street.
Page 438b. William Wigg. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1744. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement in East Street.
Page 27, 112, 178, 261, 344, 378. Thomas Martin. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1701. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1737. Property: Great Ruttlington Farm.
Page 378, 385, 443. Jeffrey Dawtry. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1737. Tenancy finished: September 1744. Property: Great Ruttlington Farm and Hose Farm.
Page 28. Richard Marks. Tenancy started: September 1706. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1716. Property: Berryfields, Westbrooks Farm.
Page 28, 110, 191, 274. William Marks. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1716. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1737. Property: Westbrooks Farms, Tillington.
Page 274, 275, 404, 450. Thomas Burdock. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1737. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1745. Property: Westbrooks Farms and Hardham Farm, Tillington.
Page 275. William Marks. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1727. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1737. Property: Hardhams Farm, Tillington.
Page 389, 458b. John Neal. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1744. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Farm belonging to the Manor House, called Sutton Demesnes , Sutton.
Page 458b. Richard Neal. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1746. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Farm belonging to the Manor House, called Sutton Demesnes , Sutton.
Page 30. Henry Peachy Knight. Tenancy started: December 1686. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Great Leith and Haslingbourne Pond.
Page 31, 134. John Petoe. Tenancy started: March 1690. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1720. Property: Strood Farm.
Page 134. Thomas Winter. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1720. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1726. Property: Strood Farm.
Page 134, 258, 383, 464. Rev.d. Newhouse. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1726. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Strood / Stroud / Strode Farm.
Page 32. Thomas Rapley. Tenancy started: August 1696. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1707. Property: Part of Mitchell Park.
Page 32. Richard Boxall. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1707. Property: Part of Mitchell Park.
Page 32, 108, 109, 147, 164, 209, 256. William Rapley. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1714. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1727. Property: Rotherbridge Farm.
Page 33, 149, 227, 312. John Rapley. Tenancy started: 13 June 1695. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1740. Property: Part of Mitchell Park.
Page 34. John Sparks. Tenancy started: March 1706. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Coultershall and Duncton Mill.
Page 34. John Waller. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1714. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1717. Property: A house in Tillington.
Page 34, 166, 341. Mrs Palmer. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1717. Tenancy finished: c 1731. Property: A house late Wallers in Tillington.
Page 442. Edward Marshall. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1746. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1747. Property: House and garden in Tillington.
Page 442. Anthony Lickfold. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1747. Property: House and garden in Tillington.
Page 35. Joseph / Richard Smith. Tenancy started: September 1686. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1722. Property: Kelsham and Catthanger Farms.
Page 440b. Anthony Joilser. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1744. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Kelsham Farm.
Page 36, 138, 265. John Simons / Simmonds. Tenancy started: March 1707. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1731. Property: Bayleywick, Shimins and Hastlings Farm.
Page 265. Richard Smart. Tenancy started: Christmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1737. Property: Ballywick of Petworth and Hastlings Farm.
Page 265, 419. Henry Sandham. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1737. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Ballywick of Petworth and Hastlings Farm.
Page 37. William Symons. Tenancy started: May 1694. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1716. Property: Chilnehurst Farm.
Page 38. Henry Street. Tenancy started: September 1688. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Part of Mitchell Park.
Page 38, 43, 168. John Spooner. Tenancy started: January 1701. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1722. Property: Ruinbeans.
Page 39. Richard Stringer. Tenancy started: June 1695. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1720. Property: Common Piece.
Page 40. John Sadler. Tenancy started: March 1701. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1714. Property: Uplands Farm, Northchapel.
Page 40, 145, 249, 319, 447b. William Enticknap. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1714. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Uplands Farm, Northchapel.
Page 41. Robert Scutt. Tenancy started: September 1687. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Fountainsand Friars.
Page 41, 95, 196. Robert Elliot. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1715. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1728. Property: Frithfold.
Page 42, 127, 207. John Sotcher. Tenancy started: April 1690. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1727. Property: Part of Sutton Demesnes and Sutton Mead.
Page 207, 286a, 351, 414, 471b. James Ford. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1727. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Part of Sutton Demesnes and Sutton Mead.
Page 43. Richard Tribe. Tenancy started: March 1713. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1719. Property: Percy Meads near Arundell.
Page 44. Henry Tribe. Tenancy started: September 1694. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1715. Property: Part of Mitchell Park, Northchapel.
Page 44, 107, 176, 264, 371, 466b. Edward Jarrad. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1715. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Part of Mitchell Park, Northchapel.
Page 46. William Twine. Tenancy started: April 1689. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Warren and Heathend Farms.
Page 46. Henry Brockhurst. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1712. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1720. Property: Heathend Farm.
Page 47. Edward Wake. Tenancy started: April 1690. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Quarry Hill Farm.
Page 47, 238. Widow Cattlin. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1715. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1737. Property: A house at Byworth near to Witchers.
Page 48. William Warren. Tenancy started: September 1686. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Fulling Mill and Hatch Close.
Page 49. Robert Washington. Tenancy started: August 1691. Tenancy finished: September 1707. Property: Part of Demesnes and 4 acres in Widemead.
Page 50. Edward Weller. Property: A house at Parkhurst.
Page 50. Richard Eade. Tenancy started: June 1713. Tenancy finished: c 1714. Property: Pipers Farm.
Page 51, 139, 240, 296. Henry Rice. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1712. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1729. Property: Wormwood Farm.
Page 296, 360, 435. Thomas Rice. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1729. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Wormwood Farm and land called Morrises.
Page 92. Joseph Witcher. Tenancy started: March 1712. Tenancy finished: November 1719. Property: For a Croft and part of a barn called Hastings.
Page 53. Abraham Garland. Tenancy started: October 1712. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1722. Property: A house in Back Street, Petworth.
Page 54, 236. Thomas Marshall. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1714. Tenancy finished: Midsummer 1735. Property: A house in the Market Place, Petworth.
Page 55, 228. Nicholas Burdock. Tenancy started: January 1712. Tenancy finished: December 1737. Property: Furnace House in the Frith.
Page 56, 160, 267, 375. Joseph Lickfold. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1713. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1734. Property: The Half Moon Inn, Petworth.
Page 57. Thomas Withiered. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1713. Tenancy finished: April 1717. Property: Part of a house in North Street, Petworth.
Page 59 , 140, 251. John Grey. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1713. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1727. Property: Little Leith.
Page 251. John Durley. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1727. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1731. Property: Little Leith.
Page 251, 325, 456. Thomas Arnop. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1731. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1747. Property: Little Leith.
Page 60, 253. John Knight. Tenancy started: November 1713. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1733. Property: Part of Flexham Park.
Page 302, 365, 402, 438, 466. John Ayling. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1729. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Gunters Bridge and Burrells Farms.
Page 63. Widdow Allen. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1715. Tenancy finished: June 1718. Property: A house in the Market Place, Petworth.
Page 63, 167, 301, 422. Francis Rice. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1718. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1742. Property: A house in the Market Place, Petworth.
Page 65. Widdow Hall. Tenancy started: 1714. Tenancy finished: August 1718. Property: A house in Pound Street, Petworth.
Page 65, 229. John Foster. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1718. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1739. Property: Part of a house in North Street Petworth.
Page 398. William Newman. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1739. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Part of a house in North Street Petworth.
Page 66, 197. William Rooke. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1716. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1730. Property: Farm at Egdean.
Page 323, 437b. John Addomson. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1731. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1740. Property: Dees Farm at Egdean.
Page 437b. John Rook. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1740. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1743. Property: Dees Farm at Egdean.
Page 442b. Richard Neal. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1743. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Dees Farm at Egdean.
Page 67. Thomas Kinshot. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1716. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1727. Property: A stable by the Ship.
Page 71, 141. Peter Luttman. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1715. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1724. Property: Land late Broomfields, near Hampers Common.
Page 141. Henry Rice jnr. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1727. Property: Land late Broomfields, near Hampers Common.
Page 282, 456b. Thomas Arnop. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1727. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1743. Property: Land late Broomfields, near Hampers Common.
Page 174. John Martin. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1721. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1724. Property: Parkhurst and Westlands Farm.
Page 174, 217. Thomas Marks. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1724. Tenancy finished: c 1729. Property: Parkhurst and Westlands Farm.
Page 303, 377, 464. Edward Outon / Oughton. Tenancy started: c1729. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Parkhurst and Westlands Farm.
Page 75. John Keene. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1715. Tenancy finished: April 1719. Property: A house adjoining to Fidlers Copice Field and a little croft.
Page 96. Widow Moone. Tenancy started: c1693. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1730. Property: Cherry Garden in Sutton.
Page 116. Thomas Wortley. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1718. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1721. Property: A close near Upperton, late Lawrence Edsaw's.
Page 310. John Welsh snr. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1739. Property: A close near Upperton, late William Chalkcroft.
Page 310. John Colebrook. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1739. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A close near Upperton, late William Chalkcroft.
Page 117, 237. George Finch. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1718. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1728. Property: A tenement part of Mrs Price's in Church Stile Street.
Page 294, 386, 427. James Henly. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1729. Tenancy finished: May 1739. Property: Glatton Farm, Sutton and Burton.
Page 427. Richard Hunt. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1741. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Glatton Farm .
Page 121. William Towers. Tenancy started: Christmas 1718. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1719. Property: A tenement joining Mrs Styles in North Street, Petworth.
Page 121, 239, 332. Thomas Turner Smith. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1721. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1742. Property: A tenement joining Mrs Styles in North Street, Petworth.
Page 332, 436b. Thomas Sturt. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1742. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement joining Mrs Styles in North Street, Petworth.
Page 131, 292, 436a. John Lickfold. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1719. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement in Church Stile Street late Mrs Price's.
Page 132. Leonard Nicholson. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1718. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1721. Property: A shop purchased of Mrs Bromfield.
Page 133. George Hoar. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1718. Tenancy finished: April 1720. Property: A shop purchased of Mrs Bromfield.
Page 133. Joseph Luckfold. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1720. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1723. Property: A shop purchased of Mrs Bromfield.
Page 313, 400, 455. Thomas Taylor. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1730. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Lodge Farm, part of Mitchell Park.
Page 150. Richard Leggett. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1720. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1721. Property: Percy Mead, Arundel.
Page 150. William Farr. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1721. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1724. Property: Percy Mead, Arundel.
Page 331, 357. Gregory Hoad. Tenancy started: c 1731. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1739. Property: Frog Farm and other lands.
Page 412. George Herringdon. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1739. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1741. Property: Frog Farm and Hungars land.
Page 159, 260, 354, 413. John Garland. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1720. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Heathend Farm.
Page 286, 394. Thomas Boxall. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1736. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Combs Land and commonpiece.
Page 259. John Moor. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1741. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A house in East Street.
Page 162. Richard Humphrey. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1721. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1723. Property: A house at Tillington, belongs to Hardhams land.
Page 168, 266. William Strudwick. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1722. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1739. Property: Rumbeams Farm, Wisborough Green.
Page 266, 322. Henry Strudwick. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1739. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Rumbeams Farm, Wisborough Green.
Page 173, 352. Richard Reed. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1732. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1740. Property: A house in the Back Street in Petworth.
Page 183. William Roberts. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1723. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1723. Property: Part of ground called Irish Croft, Tillington.
Page 189, 324, 441a . Elizabeth Hughs. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1723. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1741. Property: A house in East Street.
Page 194, 269. Peter Wood. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1723. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1730. Property: Guntersbridge Farm and Burrels Farm.
Page 302, 365, 402, 438, 466a. John Ayling. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1730. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Guntersbridge Farm and Burrels Farm.
Page 198. John Stedman. Tenancy started: March 1723. Tenancy finished: March 1724. Property: A tenement part of Norman Place, Petworth.
Page 199. Edward Mitchel. Tenancy started: March 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1725. Property: A tenement part of Norman Place, Petworth.
Page 199. Mary Exon. Tenancy started: Christmas 1740. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement part of Norman Place, Petworth.
Page 200. Widow Throssell. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1730. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement part of Norman Place, Petworth.
Page 200. Richard Honyman. Tenancy started: Christmas 1733. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement part of Norman Place, Petworth.
Page 201. Widow Harris. Tenancy started: March 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1724. Property: A tenement part of Norman Place, Petworth.
Page 205, 457. Thomas Arnop. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1724. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1743. Property: Part of Hardhams Farm, Tillington.
Page 457. Elizabeth Arnop. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1743. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Part of Hardhams Farm, Tillington.
Page 215. Robert Hobly. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1724. Tenancy finished: Midsummer 1727. Property: Coultershaw Mill.
Page 284, 366. Edward Warren. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1727. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Coultershaw Mill.
Page 220, 329. Richard Brown. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1724. Tenancy finished: Went away from this farm August 2nd 1734. Property: Ossyers Farm.
Page 329, 437. William Alderton. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1735. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Osserts Farm.
Page 384, 434b. William Newnham. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1741. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1745. Property: Stainbridge, near Hampers Common.
Page 231, 330, 393, 448. John Cooper. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1724. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Pheasant Court, Pipers Farm and part of Mitchel Park, Northchapel.
Page 237. William Pearson. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1741. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: The Court House, Shimmings.
Page 241, 448b. John Cooper snr. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1727. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement garden and 8 acres of land, Northchapel.
Page 262, 347. John Winpenny. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1738. Property: Parish of Petworth, house in Pound Street.
Page 262, 347. William Figg. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Parish of Petworth, house in Pound Street.
Page 262. John Groom. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1732. Property: Parish of Petworth, house in Pound Street.
Page 262, 348, 454. John Mitchill. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Parish of Petworth, house in Pound Street.
Page 262, 348. John Jones. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1732. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1740. Property: Parish of Petworth, house in Pound Street.
Page 271. James Devenish. Tenancy started: Midsummer 1728. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1728. Property: Shopham Farm.
Page 271, 373. Thomas Tribe. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1738. Property: Shopham Farm.
Page 373, 430. Henry Neal. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1738. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1743. Property: Shopham Farm.
Page 272. Thomas Gumbrel. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1731. Property: Two rooms at Hardham House, Tillington.
Page 273. John Mitchel. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1729. Property: Part of the Courthouse at Shimmings.
Page 273. John Withers. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1729. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1732. Property: Part of the Courthouse at Shimmings.
Page 273. Richard Mercer. Tenancy started: Christmas 1739. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1741. Property: A tenement and stable in the Market Place.
Page 273. Matthew Norrice. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1741. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1742. Property: A tenement in the Market Place.
Page 273. Richard Bunningham. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1742. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1742. Property: A stable in the Market Place.
Page 276, 399, 465. John Cooper. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Frithfold and Little Accolds Farms.
Page 295. Thomas Lickfold. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1728. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1746. Property: A house in North Street, Petworth.
Page 297, 368, 416, 451. Richard Broadbridge. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1729. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1745. Property: Rotherbridge Farm.
Page 451. John Wolf. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1745. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Rotherbridge Farm.
Page 311. William Dearling. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1746. Property: A tenement, lower end North Street, Petworth.
Page 306, 425. Thomas Sturt snr. Tenancy started: Christmas 1729. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement in North Street, Petworth.
Page 372, 459b. William Harwood. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1745. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement in North Street, Petworth.
Page 458. William Holland jnr. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1746. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Chambers in Calloways house in North Street, Petworth.
Page 324. Robert Sandham. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1732. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1734. Property: Two little crofts, Duncton.
Page 324, 403. William Broadbridge. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1734. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Two little crofts, Duncton.
Page 335. Thomas Puttock. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1731. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A close near Nightingale Lane, Tillington.
Page 407. Richard Taylor. Tenancy started: Christmas 1737. Tenancy finished: Christmas 1740. Property: Part of tenement, Tillington.
Page 407. John Sadler. Tenancy started: Christmas 1740. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Part of tenement, Tillington.
Page 359. William Ede. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1733. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement in North Street, Petworth.
Page 380. William Broadbridge. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1733. Tenancy finished: Michaelmas 1745. Property: Neals Farm, Duncton Common.
Page 385. William Broadbridge. Tenancy started: Michaelams 1734. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1736. Property: Nightingales Land at Duncton.
Page 398. William Ioan. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1736. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A house in Tillington.
Page 398. William Newman. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1739. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement in North Street, Petworth.
Page 229. John Foster. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1725. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1739. Property: A tenement in North Street, Petworth.
Page 426. Richard Henshaw. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1739. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Putticks Croft at Tillington.
Page 431. Gawen Harris Nash. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1743. Tenancy finished: Lady Day 1746. Property: The Great Leith, Sheepdown and Spout Mead.
Page 431. Thomas Wood. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1746. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: The Great Leith, Sheepdown and Spout Mead.
Page 435b. Thomas Lutman. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1740. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A shop late Brumfields.
Page 441b. Rev John Watson. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1743. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A house in North Street, Petworth, late Philpots.
Page 444a. Henry Foard. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1743. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Hoes Farm.
Page 444b. John Garland. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1743. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Rutlington Farm.
Page 450. William Johnson. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1744. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Haslingbone Pond Place.
Page 457b. John Main. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1744. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Part of a house in East Street, late Charmans.
Page 459b. William Harwood. Tenancy started: Lady Day 1745. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: For a tenement part of house late Pages in North Street.
Page 460. William Farndon. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1745. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Percy Mead at Arundell.
Page 461b. Robert Willard. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1740. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: A tenement in part of house late John Mose, North Street.
Page 471. William Towers. Tenancy started: Michaelmas 1746. Tenancy finished: Continuing Michaelmas 1747. Property: Frog Farm and Bennets Land.
Fines:
Page 61. 13 September 1715. Mary Gendin. Property: Tenement in Sowter Ditch, Petworth. Wife of William.
Page 61. 13 September 1715. John Hesketh. Property: Tenement in Pound Street, Petworth. Upon the death of John Scut.
Page 61. 13 September 1715. Richard Stringer. Property: Tenement in Pound Street, Petworth. Surrender of the fine of John Hesketh.
Page 61. 13 September 1715. John Prat. Property: Tenement near the church. At the surrender of Gersham Butcher.
Page 61. 13 September 1715. Mary Woodhatch. Property: ?. Widow, upon the death of her husband Laurence.
Page 61. 14 September 1715. Robert Wool. Property: A tenement in Duncton. Upon the death of his father.
Page 61. 14 September 1715. Nicholas Goodgier. Property: A tenement in Duncton. Upon surrender of William Twind.
Page 61. 14 September 1715. Nicholas Ide. Property: Two tenements. Upon the death of Grace Ide, widow.
Page 61. 14 September 1715. Edward Brockhurst. Property: Two tenements in Duncton. Upon the death of his father.
Page 61. 14 September 1715. Henry Brockhurst. Property: A tenement in Duncton. Upon the death of his father.
Page 61. 14 September 1715. William Garrot. Property: Two tenements in Sutton. Upon the surrender of Robert Langley.
Page 61. 15 September 1715. Thomas Bounnas. Property: A tenement in Warningcamp. Upon the surrender of Isaac Duke.
Page 74. September 1717. Thomas Pennicutt. Property: Cottage and garden in Northchapel. Upon the surrender of Edward Pope.
Page 74. September 1717. William Pinn. Property: A copyhold in Northchapel Street. Upon the death of his grandfather William Pinn.
Page 74. September 1717. Robert Pacy. Property: Copyhold tenement and lands called Stanleys in the Manor of Sutton. As guardian to his son John Pacy. By will and surrender of John Tuesley, deceased.
Page 74. September 1717. Susannah Ide. Property: Two copyholds in the Manor of Duncton. Widow of Nicholas Ide, on the death of her husband.
Page 74. September 1717. Jane Kelley. Property: A copyhold cottage in the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Her admission to her Widow Bench on the death of her husband.
Page 74. September 1717. William Baker. Property: Half an acre of land in common field called Normans Land in the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. And his wife - Baker, upon the death of John Okenden her father.
Page 74. March 1717. John Ayling . Property: A copyhold cottage and half an acre of land in the Parish of Lurgashall. Upon the surrender of William Warner.
Page 74. March 1717. John Keen . Property: A copyhold cottage. Upon the surrender of John Ayling.
Page 97. March 1718. Thomas Grafham. Property: Copyhold tenement and about 5 acres of land called Little Wicks in the parish of Tillington. Upon the death of his mother Anne Petoe.
Page 97. March 1718. John Talyer. Property: A copyhold tenement and about 25 acres of land called Blackwool, in Northchapel. Upon the surrender of Oliver Pennycod.
Page 97. June 1718. John Chalcraft. Property: A copyhold tenement in Tillington. Upon the surrender of Lawrence Edsaw.
Page 97. September 1718. John Sotcher. Property: A copyhold cottage and one acre of land called Lassets. In the right of his wife upon the surrender of Mary Float, widow. Court in Sutton.
Page 97. September 1718. John Bean. Property: A copyhold tenement in Byworth. Upon the surrender of John Luggater.
Page 97. September 1718. Jeffrey Dawtry. Property: A copyhold tenement called The Trowell in Petworth. On the death of his father Richard Dawtry.
Page 97. September 1718. Edward Hayward. Property: A cottage in Northchapel. Upon the surrender of Edward Pope.
Page 98. September 1719. William Goodyer. Property: A tenement, barn and 4 acres of land in Northchapel. Upon the release of his mother Jane Rice.
Page 98. September 1719. Edward Upfold. Property: A tenement, barn and 4 acres of land in Northchapel. Upon the the surrender of William Goodyer.
Page 98. September 1719. William Burges. Property: A tenement adjoining the churchyard in Petworth. Upon the surrender of Robert Russe.
Page 98. September 1719. Michael Bryan. Property: A tenement and 1 acre of land in Duncton. Upon the surrender of his uncle Christopher Bryan.
Page 98. September 1719. Robert Neal. Property: About two acres of land in Byworth. Upon the death of his father Robert Neal.
Page 98. September 1719. Francis Neal. Property: About two acres of land in Byworth. Upon the surrender of Robert Neal.
Page 98. September 1719. Thomas Poling. Property: About five acres of land in the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Upon the death of his father John Poling.
Page 99. September 1719. Catherine Petoe. Property: A copyhold tenement at Strood. Upon the the death of her uncle John Petoe.
Page 99. January 1719. William Tayler. Property: For his wife Mary Tayler to a tenement and shop in the Market Place in Petworth. On the death of William Dammar.
Page 99. May 1719. Henry Willand. Property: Copyhold land in Northchapel. Late Goodyers.
Page 99. September 1719. John Ide. Property: Messiage, barn, garden and orchard. Surrendered by Joshua Thornton.
Page 99. September 1719. William Horsley. Property: Tenement, barn, garden and three acres of land in Sutton. Land called Wiltshires. Surrendered by R Wiltshire.
Page 99. October 1719. Paine. Property: A copyhold in Northchapel. Surrendered to him by Edward Pym.
Page 105. March 22 1720. William Goodyear. Property: Of Kerford. Cottage or tenement and three acres of land called Vallintines Croft. Surrendered by Elizabeth Goodyear now wife of Thomas Luckfold.
Page 105. 1720. Launder. Property: A copyhold tenement in Tillington. Surrendered to Marshall and Marshall .
Page 105. 1720. John Tullet. Property: Copyhold estate in Northchapel caled Honydens. Late Goodyears, since John Eades who surrendered to John Tullet.
Page 105. 1720. Mary Boxall. Property: A copyhold and tenement. Widow of Anthony Boxall deceased.
Page 106. September 1721. Richael Butcher. Property: Copyholds lands in Northchapel called Steel Lands, Crabstock and Frewens. Widow. Upon the death of her husband George Butcher.
Page 106. September 1721. Edward Luckfold. Property: A tenenement barn and four acres of land in Northchapel. Surrendered by William Goodyer.
Page 106. September 1721. Richard Hunt. Property: A messuage barn and garden. In the right of his wife Ann, upon the death of her mother Ann Hewett.
Page 106. September 1721. John Tullet. Property: A messuage and 25 acres of land late Goodyers. On surrender of John Eade.
Page 106. September 1721. James Collings. Property: Three copyholds called Westlands and Parkhurst and one acre in Mill Mead. On the death of his father William Collings.
Page 106. September 1722. Margaret Sadler. Property: Two copyholds in Northchapel called Tillyers. On the death of her father John Sadler.
Page 187. 1722. John Courtis. Property: A cottage and four acres Sutton Manor. Upon the surrender of Henry Razell and Allice his wife.
Page 187. 1722. Katherine Lucas. Property: A barn, garden and six acres of land. Wife of John Lucas upon the will of John Pettoe.
Page 187. May 1723. William Sandham. Property: River Hill in Byworth late William Heath's.
Page 187. September 1724. Ann Clement. Property: Copyhold estate in Northcapel. Relief of William Clement.
Page 187. September 1724. William Allberry. Property: Copyhold estate called Beards, Lurgashall. On the surrender of Richard Gardiner.
Page 187. September 1724. William Smart. Property: Copyhold estate called Constables. On the death of his grandmother Ann Launders.
Page 187. September 1724. Mary Pullen. Property: Widows bench of a copyhold house in Church Stile Street, Petworth. On the death of her husband Francis Pullen.
Page 187. September 1724. Sarah Stringer. Property: Tenement with gardens in the Pound Street, Petworth. On the death of her husband Richard Stringer by vertue of a marriage settlement.
Page 233. September 1724. William Keen . Property: Admitted to a cottage and garden near Little Park in the Manor of Petworth. On the death of his Mother Mary Keen.
Page 233. September 1724. John Madgwick and his wife Ann. Property: Admitted to copyhold called Madgwicks in the Manor of Duncton.
Page 233. September 1724. James Ford. Property: Admitted to a copyhold in the Manor of Sutton. On the death of his father John Ford.
Page 233. September 1724. William Neal. Property: Admitted to the reversion of a customary messuage, barn and 2 acres of land in the Manor of Duncton. After the death of his Mother Jane Neal.
Page 233. September 1724. Hugh Nightingale. Property: Admitted to the reversion of a customary messuage, barn and 2 acres of land in the Manor of Duncton. On the surrender of William Neal.
Page 233. September 1724. Elizabeth Waller. Property: Admitted to her widows bench of 3 copyholds in the Manor of Byworth. On the death of her husband John Waller.
Page 233. September 1724. Robert Brown. Property: Admitted to 2 copyholds called Hawks and Banks in the Manor of Byworth. On the death of his brother Edward Brown.
Page 234. September 1724. Clement Upperton. Property: Admitted about 2 year since a copyhold called Hoakers in the Manor of Sutton. Late Samuel Ford.
Page 234. September 1724. Peter Lutman. Property: Admitted to a copyhold called The Pyehouse in Petworth.
Page 234. March 1725. Thomas Hampton. Property: Admitted to a tenement called part of Garlands, Malt House, stable and other buildings in East Street, Petworth.
Page 234. March 1725. Joan Ayling. Property: Admitted to a copyhold called Coxlands in Tillington.
Page 234. March 1725. Mary Taylor. Property: Admitted to a copyhold shop joining to the Town Hall. As due first from William Taylor, 2nd from John Taylor, 3rd from Mary Taylor.
Page 234. January 1726. Richard Saunders. Property: Admitted to a copyhold cottage on Colehook Common.
Page 234. March 1726. Thomas Combs. Property: Admitted to a copyhold at Tillington.
Page 234. March 1726. John Jackson. Property: Admitted to a copyhold called Foxbridge at Tillington 1722.
Page 308. September 1730. Thomas Lickfold. Property: Admitted to a tenement and blacksmiths shop in East Street, Petworth on the death of his father Edmund.
Page 308. September 1730. Mary Barnard. Property: For freehold messuage called White Hart Inn. Widow. On the death of Catherine Goble.
Page 308. September 1730. Jane Willis. Property: A tenement, barn and garden The Star Inn, in Tillington. And a tenement in Market Place, Petworth. On the death of her sister Ellenor wife of John Penn, and her mother Mary Plott.
Page 308. September 1730. Ellenor Penn. On the death of her mother Mary Plott, Ellenor dying before her admition.
Page 308. September 1730. Nathaniel Furlonger. Property: A cottage and garden near Colehook Common, Northchapel. On the death of his father Nathanell Furlonger.
Page 309. September 1730. Mary Albery. Property: A tenement and land called Boxalls in Lurgashall and Northchapel. On the death of her father William Albery.
Page 309. September 1730. Mary Albery. Property: A tenement and 12 acres of land called Beards in Lurgshall. On the death of her mother Katherine.
Page 309. September 1730. Thomas Barnard. Property: A tenement in the Market Place, Petworth. On the death of Mary Plott, the mother of his wife.
Page 309. September 1730. Ann Pratt. Property: A parcel 3 acres of land called Willets, Tillington. On the death of her father George.
Page 309. September 1730. John Pratt. Property: Lands called Hoods, Northchapel. On the death of his brother George.
Page 316. September 1730. Joseph Moseland. Property: A tenement adjoining the church yard in Petworth. On the surrender of John Holloway.
Page 316. September 1730. Richard Stent. Property: A tenement called Vallantine Croft. On the surrender of Stephen Street.
Page 316. September 1730. Mary Woodlands. Property: A cottage, barn, garden and 1 acre in Sutton. Wife of Joseph Woodlands. On the death of her mother Mary Moon.
Page 316. September 1730. Richard Goodyer. Property: A messuage and lands called Bringsole and Egdean Croft. On surrender of John Groves.
Page 316. September 1730. Thomas Porrall. Property: A tenement and 10 roods of land. Katherine his wife.
Page 316. September 1730. William Roberts. Property: A tenement and garden in Byworth. On the death of his father John.
Page 316. September 1730. Robert Sandham. Property: . For licence to let his copyhold land for 7 years.
Page 317. December 1730. Richard Whitcher. Property: A copyhold called Buttermongers in the Manor of Byworth. Upon the surrender of Richard Brown.
Page 317. December 1730. Henry Sandham. Property: A copyhold called The Blew Bell in the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Upon admition and surrender of Robert Edsaw.
Page 317. September 1731. William Dawtry. Property: For a copyhold in Petworth.
Page 317. September 1731. Ann Austin. Property: A copyhold in Petworth called 7 acres near Gunters Bridge. Widow. Upon admition.
Page 317. September 1731. Widow Caranly. Property: A copyhold tenement and lands in Northchapel. Widow. Upon admition.
Page 317. September 1731. Widow Barnard. Property: Admitted to a copyhold stable and pigsty in White Hart yard, Petworth.
Page 317. September 1731. John Satcher. Property: Admitted to copyhold tenement and barn in Sutton.
Page 317. September 1731. Richard Sandham. Property: Admitted to copyhold tenement called Wards in Sutton.
Page 317. September 1731. Joseph Loggate. Property: Admitted to copyhold tenement and lands in Sutton.
Page 338. December 1731. John Woods. Property: A copyhold at Chillgrove called Hillers, and late Beals in the parish of West Dean. William Yalding his guardian.
Page 338. December 1731. Thomas Puttock. Property: Admitted to copyhold barn, yard and garden in Back Street, Petworth Lately purchased from Hobs of Horsham.
Page 338. December 1731. Mary Roddoway. Property: Admitted to copyhold called Bookers, Northchapel.
Page 338. December 1731. Jeffrey Dawtry. Property: Admitted to tenenement and garden at Gunters Bridge.
Page 338. September 1732. Joseph Whitcher. Property: And his wife Elizabeth. A customary tenement with a backside in Market Place, Petworth and also a garden near the stables of White Hart Inn. Admitted on the surrender of Thomas and Anne Barnard.
Page 339. September 1732. Thomas Rice. Property: A Petworth maltster. Tenement, barn, orchard and croft of land in Tillington. Upon the surrender of Batt Heath and Mary Story.
Page 339. September 1732. John Colebrook. Property: A tenement and lands called Colmas in Upperton. Admitted upon the surrender of Francis Sturt snr.
Page 339. September 1732. Elizabeth Sturt. Property: A tenement and shop in Upperton. Widow of Francis Sturt admitted for her bench.
Page 339. September 1732. Nicholas Puttick. Property: A stable near White Hart Inn in Petworth. Admitted upon the surrender of John Hobbs.
Page 339. September 1732. Mary Boxall. Property: Admitted to tenement, barn and lands called Wicken Court, Tillington. Also a copyhold cottage and garden in Tillington now in the occupation of Widow Trussler. Wife of Matthew Boxall,
Page 339. September 1732. James Warner. Property: A cottage, garden and orchard joining to Whites Green. Upon the surrender of John Keen.
Page 340. September 1732. Thomas Winter. Property: A tenement and garden in Northchapel. Upon the surrender of John Cole.
Page 340. September 1732. Mary Bridger. Property: A cottage at Well Hill in Tillington. Widow of Anthony Bridger admitted to for her bench.
Page 340. September 1732. Martha Wybourne. Property: A licence to let for 7 years from Michaelmas 1732. Wife of George Wybourne widow of John Hobbs.
Page 340. September 1732. Richard Poling. Property: A tenement, barn, garden and land called Manning in Duncton parish. An infant, admitted to by his guardian Thomas Poling after the death of his father Walter Poling.
Page 340. September 1732. John Langley. Property: A tenement and close of land under the Park Pales of Barlavington. Admitted upon the death of Elizabeth Wadey.
Page 340. September 1732. Thomas Bonar. Property: His estate at Arundel. A licence to lett.
Page 340. September 1732. John Woolvin. Property: His estate at Arundel. A licence to lett.
Page 361. September 1733. Mrs Walsingham Goble. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Wife of John Goble, upon the death of Mrs Midhurst Sheppard.
Page 361. September 1733. John Napper. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. And John Douglas admitted on forfeited mortgage from Joseph Whitcombe deceased.
Page 361. September 1733. Susanna Whitcombe. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. The widow of Joseph Whitcombe deceased admitted to her bench.
Page 361. September 1733. Robert Russel. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted under the will of Eleanor Paine widow.
Page 361. September 1733. William Ayling. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted as heir to his brother John deceased.
Page 361. September 1733. William Marks. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted as a heir to his father Richard Marks.
Page 361. September 1733. William Dawtry. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. An infant, by his mother and guardian Sarah Dawtry was admitted as heir to his father William Dawtry.
Page 362. September 1733. Samuel Ayling. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted upon the surrender of John Lickfold at Northchapel.
Page 362. September 1733. Joan Smith. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Wife of Willaim Smith was admitted upon the death of Thomas Collins.
Page 362. September 1733. Mary Osbourne. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A relief paid for a freehold messuage late Mary Osbourne's.
Page 362. September 1733. Mary Callaway. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Widow of John Callaway was admitted to her bench upon his death.
Page 362. September 1733. Sarah Beats. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Widow of Robert Beats was admitted under the will of her husband.
Page 362. September 1733. William Mills. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Was admitted upon the surrender of Mercy, the wife of James Woodlands.
Page 362. September 1733. Maurice Leggat. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Was admitted as heir to his mother Margaret Leggat, widow, deceased.
Page 362. September 1733. Daniel Ladock. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Was admitted upon a foreited mortgage from Robert Leggat.
Page 362. September 1733. John Shudd. Property: In the Manor of Byworth. As heir to John Shudd deceased.
Page 362. September 1733. William Steer jnr. Property: In the Manor of Byworth. Upon the surrender of William Steer snr.
Page 362. September 1733. Richard Peckham. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. By his mother and guardian Elizabeth Peckham as heir to his father Thomas Peckham. Relief for a freehold.
Page 362. September 1733. Henry Sandham. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Admitted on the surrender of Francis Neal.
Page 362. September 1733. Richard Saunders. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. On a surrender of Joan Knowls.
Page 369. September 1734. William Enticknap. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon admission of Jane his wife to a messuage and lands in Northchapel.
Page 369. September 1734. Thomas Boxall. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon his admision to a tenement and land called Black Wool at Northchapel.
Page 369. September 1734. Mathew Taylor. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A minor. Upon the death of his aunt Mary Taylor, spinster. Admission to a mesuage, barn and close of land at Northchapel.
Page 369. September 1734. John Baker. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A licence to lett a tenement and land at Northchapel.
Page 369. September 1734. John Henshott. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon his admision to a cottage and land in Lurgashall.
Page 369. September 1734. Widow Tanner. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Being admitted for her bench to a cottage and backside in Lurgashall.
Page 369. September 1734. Daniel Marks. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Being admitted to a tenement, yard and garden and croft of land in Upperton.
Page 369. September 1734. George Osbourne. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon his admission upon a forfeited mortgage surrendered of William Boxall.
Page 369. September 1734. Ann Rapley. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the death of her brother William Rapley being admitted to a messuage and lands called Hensland.
Page 369. September 1734. William Child. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. For Ann the widow of John Brockhurst upon her admission for her bench to a messuage, building and parcel of land in Northchapel.
Page 369. September 1734. James Trigg. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Upon the death of his mother Susan Trigg to a parcel of land in Sutton.
Page 369. September 1734. John Croucher. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Being admitted to the reversion (after the Widow of Sarah Beasts) a tenement, barn and garden in Duncton.
Page 369. September 1734. Elizabeth Burdock. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. The wife of Thomas Burdock. Being admitted upon the surrender of John Brinkwell to a messuage, barn, orchard and 30 acres of land in Byworth.
Page 369. September 1734. William Bean. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Upon his admission and surrender of Widow Joan Petoe to a cottage and land in Byworth.
Page 369. September 1734. Joseph Marks. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon his admission and surrender of his brother Daniel Marks to a tenement garden etc in Upperton.
Page 370. April 1735. James Kemp. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A copyhold called the Star Ale house, in the parish of Tillington. Upon the surrender of the late Widow Willis.
Page 370. September 1735. Rev John Alcoock. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. In the parish of Tillington called Sorts and land called Foxbridge . Upon his admission.
Page 370. September 1735. Robert Michael. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon his admission to a copyhold of Jeffrey Dawtry, the shopkeeper.
Page 370. September 1735. Richard Eede. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Of Chichester. On his admition to copyhold lands on the death of his mother Jane Eede.
Page 370. September 1735. Robert Langley. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. On his admission to copyhold lands on the death of his mother.
Page 370. September 1735. Richard Goodjer. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. A licence to lett his copyhold by lease at Brinksole.
Page 370. March 1735. Joseph Harbin. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Called The Roundabout House in Petworth Market Place. Upon his admission to the copyhold house.
Page 370. March 1735. William Mills. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Called The Roundabout House in Petworth Market Place. Upon his admission to the copyhold house.
Page 387. September 1736. Elizabeth Valler. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the death of her husband Henry Valler to a cottage and garden in Northchapel.
Page 387. September 1736. Elizabeth Pain. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the death of her husband William Pain to a tenement, barn, blacksmiths shop and garden in Northchapel.
Page 387. September 1736. Richard West. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the death of his father John West to a cottage and garden etc in Tillington.
Page 387. September 1736. Elizabeth Dee. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the death of her husband Edward Dee to a tenement and garden in Petworth.
Page 387. September 1736. Thomas Lickfold. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the death of his wife Elizabeth Lickfold to a cottage and barn in Northchapel.
Page 387. September 1736. James Kemp. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the surrender of William Smart to a tenement, barn, garden and land in the parish of Petworth.
Page 387. September 1736. Oliver Penicod. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the death of his mother Joan Penicod to a tenement and land at Colehook.
Page 387. September 1736. Peter Harrison. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the surrender of Oliver Penicod to a tenement and land at Colehook.
Page 387. September 1736. Richard Baker. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the death of his father Richard Baker to a messuage and land in Northchapel.
Page 387. September 1736. John Coleman. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. And Mary Coleman his wife, a licence to let their copyhold in Petworth.
Page 387. September 1736. Joseph Marks. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A licence to let his copyhold at Upperton to John Chalcroft.
Page 387. September 1736. Ann Rapley. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Spinster. Licence to let her copyhold at Tillington.
Page 387. September 1736. Edward Dee. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. For relief for a freehold upon his death.
Page 387. September 1736. Jeffrey Dawtry. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. In lieu of an heriot on surrendering a copyhold cottage to Robert Mitchell.
Page 387. September 1736. Oliver Penicod. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. In lieu of an heriot on surrendering to Peter Harrison.
Page 387. September 1736. Augustine Russel. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Upon the death of his mother Jane Russel, land and a barn in Sutton.
Page 387. September 1736. Rev Thomas Newhouse. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Upon a mortgage surrender from John Somers deceased a tenement etc in Sutton.
Page 387. September 1736. Thomas Lickfold. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Upon the death of his wife Elizabeth Lickfold to a cottage, garden and land in Duncton.
Page 388. September 1736. John Beam. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Upon the surrender of Henry Cranbourne a messuage, barn and garden and land at Brinksole.
Page 388. September 1736. Elizabeth Dee. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Upon the death of her husband Edward Dee to a messuage and land. Admitted to her bench. Also a licence to let her copyhold land.
Page 388. September 1736. George Pullen. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Admitted to a cottage erected by his mother Catherine Pullen, widow.
Page 388. September 1736. Elizabeth Austin. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On a forfeited surrender from Nicholas Goodjer, admitted to a copyhold tenement in Northchapel.
Page 388. November 1736. Peter Bridger. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the surrender of Thomas Lickfold admitted to a copyhold tenement, garden and smiths shop.
Page 388. September 1737. John Ede. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted to Thomas Lickfold a copyhold at Northchapel.
Page 388. September 1737. Mary Alcock. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the death of her husband Rev John Alcock admitted to her bench for copyhold lands at Tillington.
Page 388. September 1737. John Pike . Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted to William Burgiss copyhold house in Petworth and a moiety for a shop on surrender of Mr Bridges and his wife.
Page 388. September 1737. John Puttick. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upon the death of his father Robert Puttick to a copyhold house and land in the parish of Tillington.
Page 388. September 1737. Anthony Boxall. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On the surrender of Richard West a copyhold at Colehook Common, in the parish of Tillington.
Page 388. September 1737. John Chalcroft. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On the surrender of Joseph Marks copyhold in the parish of Tillington.
Page 388. September 1737. Mary Grover. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. For a relief for a freehold house in the Market Place, Petworth.
Page 388. September 1737. Richard Stent. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A licence to let some copyhold land in the parish of Tillington.
Page 388. September 1737. Thomas Rice. Property: In the Manor of Duncton and Sutton. Admitted to a copyhold tenement of Mary Ellis, widow in the parish of Duncton.
Page 388. 1736-1738. Francis Mose. For admission of his heirs.
Page 401. September 1738. William Moor Newnham. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Land at Limboe called Palshends. Infant son of William Newnham admitted. And for relief on the death of William Moor.
Page 401. September 1738. Mathew Taylor. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A minor. Upon the death of his uncle. Admitted to land Redens in Lurgashall.
Page 401. September 1738. William Taylor. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted under the will of Matthew Taylor land called Hoods in Northchapel.
Page 401. September 1738. George Trew. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted under the will of Robert Trew his uncle (deceased) tenements called Kitts in East Street, Petworth.
Page 401. September 1738. John Rapley . Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted on the death of his mother Elizabeth Sadler widow. A messuage called Newhouse, and land called Brockhurst in Northchapel.
Page 401. September 1738. Richard Smith. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted on the death of his sister Mary Smith a messuage at Rotherbridge.
Page 401. September 1738. George Sturt. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted upon the surrender of Joseph Marks a messuage and tenement at Upperton.
Page 401. September 1738. Thomas Heckford. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted upon the surrender of Widow Susan Howard and her son Edward Howard a cottage and barn at Northchapel.
Page 401. September 1738. William Haines. Property: In the Manor of Sutton. Of Ewhurst, Surrey. Admitted on the death of his brother John Haines of Rudgwick a messuage and lands in Sutton.
Page 401a. September 1738. William Roberts. Property: In the Manor of Sutton. A cooper of Horsham admitted on the death of his father William Roberts land called Greenfield in Sutton.
Page 401a. September 1738. Philip Hobbs. Property: In the Manor of Sutton. Admitted on the surrender of John Langley a tenement and land near the Park Pales of Barlavington.
Page 401a. September 1738. Edward Goff. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Admitted on the surrender of Thomas and Elizabeth Burdock to a messuage etc in Byworth.
Page 401a. September 1738. Mary Austin. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Admitted on the death of her husband Anthony Austin to a tenement and garden in Byworth to hold during her widowhood.
Page 401a. September 1738. John Beane. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Admitted under the will of his son William Beane a cottage and land in Byworth.
Page 401a. September 1738. John Simmonds. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. A minor, admitted on the marriage forfeiture of his mother Elizabeth to a tenement garden near Flexham Park.
Page 401a. September 1738. Anne Rickwood. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Of Tillington admitted on surrender of Richard Brown to tenement and land in Byworth.
Page 401a. February 1738. Thomas Burdock. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Upperton Common Land. And his wife Elizabeth admitted on surrender of Edward Goff.
Page 408, 409. September 1739. James Peachy. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Also Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Second son of Sir John Peachy, admitted under the will of Sir Henry Peachy .
Page 408. September 1739. Jane Bridger. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Spinster at Tillington, admitted upon the surrender of William Marks and Robert James to land at Upperton.
Page 408. September 1739. Robert Norton . Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted on the death of Elizabeth Austin a tenement in the Market Place Petworth.
Page 408. September 1739. John Keen. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted on the surrender of James Warner to a cottage in Lurgashall.
Page 408. September 1739. James Kemp. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A licence to let part of his copyhold called Constable to William Mills (barber) for 7 years from Michaelmas 1738.
Page 409. September 1739. Christopher Ford. Property: In the Manor of Sutton. Tobacconist of London, admitted on the death of his brother James Ford a tenenement and land called Sollos and Norris's Croft.
Page 409. September 1739. William Smith. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Of Pulborough on the death of his mother Joan admitted to a cottage in Byworth.
Page 409. September 1739. John Woolvin. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. A licence to let his copyhold for 7 years from Michaelmas 1737.
Page 409. September 1739. Thomas Bonirs. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. A licence to let his copyhold for 7 years from Michaelmas 1739.
Page 409. September 1739. Robert Mitchel. Property: . On admission to a tenement in Duncton on the surrender on Robert Ford deceased.
Page 424. September 1740. Richard Baker. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On the surrender of William Brockhurst for a copyhold called Hoads at Northchapel, also messuage and lands called Quinells surrendered by John Baker.
Page 424. September 1740. John Bridger. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. And his wife Sarah, admitted to a copyhold at Northchapel on the death of John Baker of Chiddingfold.
Page 424. September 1740. William Marks. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A licence to let his copyhold called Swains to John Colebrook at Tillington.
Page 424. September 1740. Richard Henshaw. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted to a copyhold at Tillington part of Berryfields on the death of his father John Henshaw.
Page 424. September 1740. John Baker. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A licence to let his copyhold called Garlands to Thomas Manvil of Northchapel.
Page 424. September 1740. James Goble. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On admittance land near Guntersbridge on the death of widow Elizabeth Austin.
Page 424. September 1740. Betty Boxall. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On her admittance to a cottage on Colhook Common by the surrender of her mother Jane.
Page 424. September 1740. John Randall. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On admittance of Mary Randall on the death of Margaret Rodwell to a copyhold called Brookers at Northchapel.
Page 424. September 1740. Richard Etherington. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On the admission of his wife Lucy on the death of Jane Batchelor as youngest daughter of John Bennet.
Page 424. September 1740. John Ayling. Property: In the Manor of Sutton. On admittance to a messuage and land on the surrender of William Hayns.
Page 424. September 1740. William Russel. Property: In the Manor of Sutton. Admitted to lands called Greenfields on the surrender of William Roberts.
Page 424. September 1740. John Garland. Property: In the Manor of Sutton. Admitted to lands called Edwards on the surrender of John Curtis.
Page 424. September 1740. James Goble. Property: In the Manor of Byworth. On admittance to land on the death of widow Elizabeth Austin.
Page 428. September 1741. James Peachy. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Second son of Sir John Peachy, admitted copyhold lands Baulls Croft on surrender of Mr Monk and Mr Bridges and Elizabeth his wife.
Page 428. September 1741. William Hampton. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On admission to copyhold in Tillington on the surrender of John Chaulcroft jnr.
Page 428. September 1741. George Butcher. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On admition to copyhold lands at Northchapel on the death of his mother.
Page 428. September 1741. Mary Boxall. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admittance to her widows bench on the death of her husband Edward Boxall.
Page 428. September 1741. William Towers. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On the admition of the heirs of John Scutt to a copyhold cottage called Neals.
Page 428. September 1741. Andrew Lutman. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On his admission to a copyhold in the market place called the Dyehouse.
Page 428. September 1741. Thomas Puttick. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On his admission to a copyhold in the market place called the Roundabout House.
Page 428. September 1741. Richard Goodier. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On admission to a tenement and lands called Potlands at Northchapel, on the surrender of James Goble.
Page 428. September 1741. Elizabeth Heath. Property: In the Manor of Sutton. On admission as only child and heir of John Piper to a small parcel of land in Sutton.
Page 428. September 1741. William Alcock. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Was admitted by Rev John Alcock to the reversion upon the death of his mother Mary Alcock widow for her bench and 2 copyholds in Tillington.
Page 429. September 1742. Jona Punker. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted on the surrender of William Cooper a cottage and land at Lurgashall.
Page 429. September 1742. Elizabeth Brumell. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted on the death of John Jackson to a copyhold at Tillington.
Page 429. September 1742. Ann Henshaw. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted to her bench on the death of her husband John Henshaw a copyhold at Snore Hill.
Page 429. September 1742. Francis Escom. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On the surrender of Thomas Hackford, a cottage at Northchapel.
Page 429. September 1742. Rev John Taylor. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted on the death of his mother Mary Taylor to a copyhold of lands in Petworth.
Page 429. September 1742. Thomas Levett. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Admitted by John Wickcliff his attorney as being provisional heir to copyhold land in Tillington on the death of Samuel Ayling.
Page 429. September 1742. James Peachy jnr. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A licence to let his copyhold called Baulls Croft to William Sandham for 7 years.
Page 429. September 1742. Francis Sturt. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A licence to let his copyhold at Tillington to John Colebrook for 7 years from Michalemas 1742.
Page 432. November 1742. Rev Joseph Jackson. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. A relief for The Swan Inn.
Page 432. November 1742. Richard Neal. Property: In the Manor of Sutton. Admitted on the surrender of Alice Latter to copyholds called Kewells.
Page 432. November 1742. William Horsely. Property: In the Manor of Sutton. Admitted on the death of his father William Horsely to several copyhold lands.
Page 432. November 1742. Thomas Austin. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Admitted to a copyhold tenement and garden in Byworth on the marriage of his mother to Thomas Holdaway.
Page 432. November 1742. Su. Wait. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Admitted to her bench to a copyhold in Byworth.
Page 432. November 1742. William Goldring. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. Admitted on the surrender of Henry Cranbourn to a copyhold called The Spouthouse in Byworth.
Page 432. November 1742. Edward Goff. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. A licence to let his copyhold to John Slyon Brown for 7 years from Michaelmas 1742.
Page 432. November 1742. Rev Robert Sandham. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp. A licence to let his copyhold tenement and land at River Hill to William Ide for 7 years from Michaelmas 1742.
Page 432a. November 1742. Matthew Taylor jnr. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. On admition to 2 copyholds at Navant Hill in the parish of Lurgashall, on the surrender of Henry Porter.
Page 439. September 1743. Rev John Cannon. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Land in Tillington called Weeks otherwise Little Rooks. On the surrender of John Buckland.
Page 439. September 1743. William Cranly. Property: In the Manor of Petworth. Lands in Lurgashall called Little Breach Hurst. On the surrender of his mother Mary Cranly.
Page 439. September 1743. James Enticknap. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, called Little Breach Hurst. On the surrender of William Cranly.
Page 439. September 1743. Elizabeth Arnop. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, situated in the Back Street known as Kitts late Bowyers. After the death of her husband Thomas Arnop.
Page 439. September 1743. Jane Johnson. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, two copyholds in Petworth. According to the will of her father Robert Russell.
Page 439. September 1743. Thomas Lutman. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement in the Market Place. After the death of his mother.
Page 439. September 1743. William Hampton. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a barn and 7 acres of land near Limbo in Petworth. According to the will of William Jackson.
Page 439. September 1743. Anthony Boxall. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement, garden and croft at Colhook. On the surrender of Thomas Slade.
Page 439. September 1743. James Dawtry. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement in the Market Place of Petworth. After the death of his father Jeffery Dawtry.
Page 439a. September 1743. Martha Wartman. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, one moiety of several lands in Petworth. After the death of Mrs Elizabeth Bridges. Not admitted.
Page 439a. September 1743. John Coleman. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, his copyhold called Boxall land at Northchapel. A licence to let to George Wheeler for 7 years from Michaelmas 1743.
Page 439a. September 1743. Mary Eades. Property: In the Manor of Duncton, called Bounders. After the death of her husband Richard Eades.
Page 439a. September 1743. John Brockhurst. Property: In the Manor of Duncton, a tenement and messuage etc, in Duncton. After the death of his father Edward Brockhurst.
Page 439a. September 1743. John Jewks. Property: In the Manor of Duncton, four copyholds and for freelands called part of Haylors in Duncton. With Peter Jewks and John Parsons admitted by John Wickcliff their attorney (as Trustees on behalf of the heirs of Rev Francis Mose).
Page 439a. September 1743. William Mitford. Property: In the Manor of Duncton, four copyholds in Duncton and for freelands called part of Haylors in Duncton, also freeland called Longlands. On the surrender of Trustees on behalf of the heirs of Rev Francis Mose.
Page 439a. September 1743. Grace Eades. Property: In the Manor of Duncton, tenement and lands in Duncton. After the death of her husband William Eades.
Page 439a. September 1743. Mary Sandham. Property: In the Manor of Sutton four small copyholds in Sutton. After the death of her husband Richard Sandham.
Page 439a. September 1743. Elizabeth Carver. Property: In the Manor of Sutton a tenement in Sutton. After the death of her husband William Carver.
Page 440. September 1743. Henry Peckham. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp, lands in Warningcamp. On the death of Richard Peckham.
Page 440. September 1743. Catherine Ayling. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp, tenement and lands in Byworth, late Henry Moors. According to the will of Richard Goodier.
Page 440. September 1743. John Bean jnr. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp, a copyhold at Brinksole. For digging stones and sending them out of the manor without a licence from the Lord.
Page 446. September 1744. William Hampton. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement, barn and land at Limbo. After the death of his mother Elizabeth Hampton.
Page 446. September 1744. Elizabeth Bridger. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement, garden and blacksmith's shop in East Street, Petworth. After the death of her husband, Peter Bridger.
Page 446. September 1744. Ann Stringer. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement and gardens, Pound Street, formerly called Mill Street, Petworth. On the death of her mother Sarah Peckwell.
Page 446. September 1744. John Luff. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a cottage and garden at Northchapel. On the surrender of Thomas Penicod.
Page 446. September 1744. Richard Robinson. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement and garden in Tillington . According to the will of his grandfather Samuel Robinson.
Page 446. September 1744. John Robinson. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement and garden in Tillington . According to the will of his grandfather Samuel Robinson.
Page 446. September 1744. Mary Cock. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a cottage and garden at Whites Green. On the death of her husband Richard Cock.
Page 446. September 1744. William Pullin. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement adjoining to Petworth churchyard. On the death of Elizabeth Pullin, widow.
Page 446. September 1744. Thomas Duke. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a cottage and garden at Hoads Common. On the death of his father Thomas Duke.
Page 446. September 1744. Francis Sturt. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a cottage and garden in Tillington . On the surrender of John Sturt.
Page 446b. September 1744. Mary Pike. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a workshop and garden in East Street, late Mr Cooks, also a tenement adjoining Petworth churchyard late William Burgess. On the death of her husband John Pike snr.
Page 446b. September 1744. John Moreland. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement near the upper conduit in Petworth. An infant, admitted by his guardian according to the will of his grandfather Joseph Moreland.
Page 446b. September 1744. Peter Jewks. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement, garden in East Street, Petworth. Late Stringers. On the death of his brother John Jewks.
Page 446b. September 1744. William Hunt. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement, and garden in Pound Street, Petworth formerly called Mill Street . On the forfeited surrender of Jeffrey Dawtry (tallow chandler deceased).
Page 446b. September 1744. Ann South. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, to 2 copyholds called Keyfox and part of Guntersbridge. As youngest sister and heir of John South.
Page 446b. September 1744. Elizabeth Strudwick. Property: In the Manor of Duncton, a small tenement, barn and garden in Duncton. Of London. On the death of Sarah Bates, widow.
Page 446b. September 1744. John Papy. Property: In the Manor of Duncton, a small tenement garden and land in Duncton. On the surrender of Grace Eade, widow. This fine not paid.
Page 446b. September 1744. William Sandham. Property: In the Manor of Sutton, a tenement etc called Whitlocks. On the surrender of Morris Leggat.
Page 447. September 1744. William Russell. Property: In the Manor of Sutton, a tenement and land called Solles, and land called Norrises croft. Of Petworth. On the surrender of Chris Foard of London.
Page 447. September 1744. Daniel Leggat. Property: In the Manor of Sutton, a tenement and garden and land called Kepsons. Admitted on the death of his brother Joseph Leggat. This fine not paid.
Page 447. September 1744. William Collins. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp, a small tenement and garden in Byworth. On the surrender of John Bean snr.
Page 447. September 1744. Peter Jewks. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp, for freehold lands called Foxbridge. For a relief.
Page 447. September 1744. William Hampton. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp, a small tenement and garden in Byworth. Of Chiddingfold. On the death of his mother Elizabeth Hampton.
Page 447. January 1744. William Poling. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp, for lands at Duglas Lake called West Dyhouse. Of Woolwich. As youngest son of John Poling, late of Burpham and heir of his uncle Thomas Poling of Duglas Lake in the parish of Fittleworth.
Page 447. January 1744. Thomas Poling. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp, for lands at Duglas Lake called West Dyhouse. On the surrender of his brother William Poling.
Page 447. April 1746. Thomas Hersey. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp, for copyhold lands .
Page 462. September 1746. James Goble jnr. Property: In the Manor of Petworth to a tenement, garden and land near Single Cross. On the death of his mother Mrs Walsingham Goble.
Page 462. September 1746. James Goble . Property: In the Manor of Petworth a tenement barn and land called Potlands in Northchapel. On the will of Richard Goodier.
Page 462. September 1746. Jane Whitcomb. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a messuage with garden in East Street. Spinster, as heir of John Whitcomb, only son of Joseph Whitcomb late husband of Susan Whitcomb.
Page 462. September 1746. John Combs. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement, garden and land in upperton and Meadow in Upper Mead called Holdbiwash. On his admission.
Page 462. September 1746. Susannah Puttick. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a barn and land called New Rails. On the death of her husband Thomas Puttick.
Page 462a. September 1746. Susan Puttick. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, On admission barn and garden formerly Bowyers in Petworth. Also Roundabout House in Petworth.
Page 462a. September 1746. Richard Veness. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a messuage at Rotherbridge. On the surrender of Richard Smith.
Page 462a. September 1746. Thomas Eade. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement and barn with land called Weeks at Tillington. On the surrender of Matthew Boxall and Mary his wife.
Page 462a. September 1746. Margaret Sturt. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a messuage in Upperton. Admitted to her bench.
Page 462a. September 1746. John Wickliffe jnr. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, a tenement at Guntersbridge and lands called Keyfox and Bayfords. On the death of Mrs Ann South.
Page 462a. September 1746. Ann Rapley. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, tenement called Hornsland. A licence to let this property.
Page 462a. September 1746. William More Newnham. Property: In the Manor of Petworth, tenement and lands at Limboe. A licence to let this property.
Page 463. September 1746. Thomas Kent. Property: In the Manor of Sutton, land and garden called Downings, garden and land called North Garden, tenement and land called Wards and a croft containing 2 acres of land. An infant, admitted by his father and guardian Thomas Kent.
Page 463. September 1746. William Russell. Property: In the Manor of Sutton a parcel of land in Green field and Elcombs garden. Admitted on the surrender of James Trigg.
Page 463. September 1746. Thomas Poling. Property: In the Manor of Duncton for freehold lands. Paid a relief.
Page 463. September 1746. Edward Safford. Property: In the Manor of Duncton freehold tenement. Paid a relief late Richard Goodiers.
Page 463. September 1746. John Crowcher. Property: In the Manor of Duncton a tenement. Admitted on the surrender of John and Elizabeth Strudwick.
Page 463. September 1746. John Papy. Property: In the Manor of Duncton a tenement with 2 acres of land. Admitted on the surrender of Grace Eade.
Page 463a. September 1746. John Brockhurst. Property: In the Manor of Duncton a tenement called Rocks. Admitted on the death of his father Henry.
Page 463a. September 1746. James Goble jnr. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp a messuage called Brinsole. Admitted under the will of Richard Goodier.
Page 463a. September 1746. John Taylor. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp a cottage in Byworth. Admitted on the surrender of William Roberts.
Page 463a. September 1746. Rev Robert Sandham. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp his messuage in Byworth . Clerk. A licence to let this property.
Page 463a. September 1746. Whicher. Property: In the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp his messuage and lands in Byworth . Clerk. A licence to let this property.
Heriots:
Page 64. June 1715. Mary Woodhatch. Fine: At the death of her husband, Laurence.
Page 64. June 1715. Elizabeth Hoads. Fine: At the death of her husband a heifer due. Paid in lieu by: Through the humanity of Mr Coles and Mr Hutchinson being both in court they ordered her to pay by surrendering the copyhold.
Page 64. October 1715. Mr Tanner. Fine: By surrender of a copyhold to Mr Hescoth. Paid in lieu by: Mr Hescoth.
Page 64. 11 October 1719. Richard Mills. Fine: On his selling two copyholds to Peter Hurst.
Page 64. Michaelmas 1717. Nicholas Ide. Fine: At his death there became due as heriot a yoke of oxen but His Grace was pleased to take. Paid in lieu by: Widow Ide.
Page 64. 12 October 1717. Oliver Penycot. Fine: A cow being due a heriot due to His Grace on his seling a copyhold to John Taylor. Due 30 September 1717.
Page 64. 30 January 1717. Richard Dawtry. Place: A house in Pound Street, called The Trowell, Petworth.. Fine: Upon his death there was seized for His Grace a hogg.
Page 64. 11 February 1717. Jeffrey Dawtry. Fine: Received of him in lieu of hogg Remission being of His Grace's favour of special order.
Page 101. 3 March 1717 . Richard Dawtry. Place: Tenement called Red Lion in Back Street, Petworth. Fine: Upon his death a sow pig. Paid in lieu by: Jeffrey Dawtry.
Page 101. 18 November 1718. Richard Brown. Place: In the Manor of Byworth & Warningcamp. Fine: Upon his death two cows and one steer. Paid in lieu by: His widow.
Page 101. 4 May 1719. Peter Keen. Place: Parish of Tillington. Fine: Upon his death one hog. Paid in lieu by: His widow.
Page 101. 20 August 1719. John Petoe. Place: Strood. Fine: Upon his death two cows. Paid in lieu by: His widow.
Page 101. 21 August 1719. John Poling. Place: Duglas Lake. Fine: Upon his death two cows. Paid in lieu by: Thomas Poling his son.
Page 101. 26 August 1719. Thomas Platt . Place: Tenement in Market Place, Petworth.. Fine: Upon his death one horse.
Page 101. 25 March 1720. Thomas Lickfold. Place: Cottage and three acres of land called Vallintines. Fine: Upon the surrender of property.
Page 101. 25 March 1720. Michael Wilshire. Place: Lands in Sutton Wiltshires. Fine: Three cows.
Page 104. November 1720. Clement Uperton. Fine: Upon his death one ox.
Page 104. November 1720. Richard Hartly. Place: His copyhold cottage, barn and gardens near Duncton. Fine: Upon his surrender one cow.
Page 104. November 1720. Edward Pin. Place: Copyhold in Northchapel. Fine: Upon his surrender of his copyhold, one hog.
Page 104. November 1720. Goodyer. Fine: On his death a gray horse now at Kilsham.
Page 104. November 1720. Mr Thornton. Fine: Surrender to Mr Ide one ox, which was sent to Kilsham.
Page 104. November 1720. Anthony Boxall. Fine: Upon his death one black mare.
Page 104. January 1720. George Butcher. Place: Of Northchapel. Fine: Upon his death for three copyhold three oxen. Paid in lieu by: His widow.
Page 104. 4 May 1721. John Edsaw. Place: Of Petworth. Fine: Upon his death. Two horses for two copyholds. Paid in lieu by: His widow.
Page 185. January 1722. Robert Love. Place: Swan Inn, Petworth. Fine: Upon his death one gelding.
Page 185. March 1722. William Heath. Place: Of Byworth. Fine: Upon his death, one cow and one yearling heifer for two copyholds in Egdean, the cow and yearling were put into Home Park.
Page 185. March 1722. John Spencer. Place: Of Petworth. Fine: Upon his death one ox due for a freehold estate called Westlands near Brinksole Heath. The ox was killed in His Grace's slaughterhouse..
Page 185. March 1722. Richard Stringer. Place: Of Petworth. Fine: Upon his death one grey gelding and one black mare. Paid in lieu by: His widow Sarah.
Page 185. April 1722. John Smart. Place: Hall Gate, Byworth. Fine: Upon his death a grey mare.
Page 185. April 1722. Thomas Kenshott. Place: The Ship, in Petworth. Fine: Upon his death a house.
Page 185. October 1722. William Clement. Place: Northchapel. Fine: Upon his death one mare for a copyhold called Bedlands.
Page 185. December 1723. John Ayling. Place: Brook, called Wickes or Coxland and land called Green Lane called Burroughs. Fine: Upon his death two steers.
Page 185. December 1723. John Waller. Place: Near Egdean Common. Fine: Upon his death one heifer and two steers.
Page 185. February 1723. Francis Pullein. Place: Of Petworth. Fine: Upon his death one horse and one grey mare for a freehold in the Back Street and a copyhold at the Church Stile.
Page 185. February 1723. Nicholas Turner. Place: Of Stoke near Guildford. Fine: Upon his death two red fat oxen from Bignor Park for two freeholds one called Birchfold and the other Boxfield in the Manor of Byworth.
Page 185. March 1723. William Goreing. Place: For the Manor of Burton & Barlavington. Fine: Upon his death 2 coach geldings and a large working ox.
Page 208. April 1724. Arthur Turner. Place: Fountains, Shillingly, near Green. Fine: Upon his death, a chestnut gelding, a saddle and bridle and a pair of pistols.
Page 208. December 1724. John Bromfield. Place: Herods, Petworth.. Fine: Upon his death one old bay mare.
Page 208. February 1725. Walter Pooling. Place: Freehold called Dawtrys & Copyhold called Mannings, Duncton. Fine: Upon his death one bay mare and two red steers.
Page 208. March 1724. Richard Manning. Place: Freehold of a house in Pound Street, Petworth. Fine: Upon his death one bay mare.
Page 226. March 1724. James Dawtry. Place: Copyhold called Libards in Petworth and 2 freehold houses in East Street, Petworth. Fine: Of Arundel. Upon his death 5 fatting oxen. Paid in lieu by: William Dawtry.
Page 226. June 1725. Edward Pin. Place: A copyhold in Northchapel. Fine: Upon his death one pig. Paid in lieu by: The Widow Pinn.
Page 226. June 1725. Susan Brown. Place: Three copyholds in the Manor of Byworth. Fine: Upon her death 2 pied runts and 1 milch cow.
Page 226. March 1728. John Mace. Fine: Upon his death 1 cow. Paid in lieu by: Widow Nightingale his wife.
Page 226. May 1729. William Sandham. Place: A copyhold at River Hill. Fine: Upon his death 1 gelding. Paid in lieu by: Henry Sandham his son, sole executor of his will.
Page 226. November 1729. George Pratt. Place: Upperton. Fine: Upon his death a mare and gelding. Paid in lieu by: John and Ann Pratt.
Page 304. August 1730. John Pratt. Fine: A grey gelding for compensation, on the surrender of a copyhold to John Holloway a petioner of Chelsea Collidge.
Page 304. October 1730. Mr Shephard. Place: Single Cross. Fine: On his death a black mare for this copyhold.
Page 304. November 1730. Richard Sandham snr. Place: Sutton. Fine: Upon his death two hogs seized for the copyholds.
Page 304. December 1730. Richard Brown. Place: Gore Hill, in the Manor of Byworth & Warningcamp.. Fine: Upon the surrender of a copyhold to Mr Richard Wilcher one red hide ox.
Page 305. May 1731. John Woods. Place: Hilliers, West Dean. Fine: A compensation for the copyhold, dark brown gelding.
Page 305. May 1731. Edward Johnson. Place: Of Petworth, a freehold tenement. Fine: 1d per annum acknowledgement, for which an old sorrel gelding was seized.
Page 305. September 1731. John Pratt. Place: Upperton. Fine: Sold a copyhold called Hoads, Northchapel, to Matthew Taylor , upon which a dark brown mare as heriot.
Page 349. July 1732. Mr Shadd. Place: Copyhold at Byworth. Fine: Upon his death a fat ox seized. The copyhold is rented by Farmer Wackford. Paid in lieu by: Mr Allcock.
Page 349. July 1732. Mary Osbourne. Place: A freehold house in Petworth. Fine: Upon her death a mare. Paid in lieu by: Mrs Courte.
Page 349. July 1732. Francis Sturt. Place: A copyhold in Tillington. Fine: Upon his death a hog. Paid in lieu by: His widow.
Page 349. October 1732. John Calloway. Place: A copyhold in the parish of Duncton. Fine: Upon his death a mare. Paid in lieu by: His widow.
Page 349. April 1733. Mr Stone. Place: A freehold estate at Sutton. Fine: Upon his death a young heifer.
Page 349. June 1733. Joseph Whitcombe. Place: For one of his copyholds in Petworth. Fine: Upon his death a horse. Paid in lieu by: Edward Johnson his son-in-law. Joseph Whitcombe died at Philips Norton [probably Norton St Philip] near Bristol.
Page 349. February 1734. Daniel Marks. Place: One copyhold. Fine: Upon his death, no heriot.
Page 349. August 1734. William Rapley. Place: A copyhold called Hornsland in the parish of Tilington. Fine: Upon his death a horse.
Page 350. May 1735. Henry Valler. Place: A copyhold in Northchapel. Fine: Upon his death a hog. Paid in lieu by: His widow.
Page 350. May 1735. Francis Mose. Place: Rector of Pulborough. Fine: Upon his death two bullocks, a gelding and a mare.
Page 350. November 1735. John Sommers. Place: Sutton. Fine: Upon his death a cow and a heifer.
Page 350. January 1736. William Pain. Place: Northchapel. Fine: Upon his death a gelding. Paid in lieu by: His widow.
Page 350. March 1736. John West. Place: A copyhold called Poor House at Tillington. Fine: No heriot.
Page 350. June 1736. Edward Turner. Place: For a freehold lands called Fountains, Kirdford. Fine: Of Shilling Park. Upon his death a black large gelding. Paid in lieu by: Seized at the same time a saddle, bridle and a bucket for a gun, there being no other horse furniture to seize.
Page 350. July 1736. Edward Dee. Place: One freehold in Petworth and 3 copyholds in the Manor of Byworth. Fine: Upon his death two geldings, a mare and a milk cow. Paid in lieu by: Mrs Dee.
Page 350. August 1736. Rev John Allcock. Place: Two copyholds in the parish of Tillington. Fine: Of Trotton. Upon his death a pad mare and and a cart mare. Paid in lieu by: His heirs.
Page 350. September 1736. William Moor. Fine: The collar maker. Upon his death three working oxen. Paid in lieu by: Mr Newnham.
Page 395. May 1737. Robert Puttick. Place: Tillington. Fine: . Paid in lieu by: No heriot.
Page 395. August 1737. Henry Peachy. Fine: Upon his death, coach mares Jolly, Whitefoot, Diamond and Wagg, a padd mare and 3 hogs.. Paid in lieu by: Not redeemed.
Page 395. September 1739. Peter Luttman. Fine: For two copyholds, 2 fat runts.
Page 395. February 1739. William Hayns. Fine: On the surrender of a messuage in Sutton to the use of John Ayling.
Page 395. March 1742. Thomas Arnop. Fine: Upon his death seized a bay mare and a black mare for a freehold and a copyhold in the Rectory. Manor of Petworth.
Page 396. May 1740. William Brockhurst. Fine: On the surrender of his copyhold in Northchapel seized a black cart mare.
Page 396. July 1742. Richard Boxall. Place: A copyhold called Merryfields at Northchapel. Fine: Upon his death seized a black cart mare. Paid in lieu by: Elizabeth Boxall, widow.
Page 396. 1742. Alice Latter. Place: Manor of Sutton. Fine: Widow. On the surrender of her copyhold lands, seized a black mare.
Page 396. September 1742. Richard Sandham. Place: Manor of Sutton. Fine: Upon his death seized two hogs for two copyholds. More heriots due but he has no more livestock. Paid in lieu by: Mary Sandham, widow.
Page 396. November 1742. Henry Cranbourn. Place: The Spout House, Byworth. Fine: Seized a black gelding from Henry Cranbourn of Chichester on the surrender to Richard Goldring of Petworth.
Page 396. December 1742. Richard Goodier. Place: Lands at Brinksole, formerly Otways. Also lands in Byworth and Northchapel. Fine: Upon his death seized a pair of working oxen, a steer and a cart mare.
Page 433. April 1743. Thomas Edsaw. Place: A copyhold called Dyers and Hoads at Byworth. Fine: On his death a bay gelding. Paid in lieu by: On examining the court rolls Mrs Mary Edsaw his daughter was admitted September 1726. On the death of her mother Ann Edsaw, daughter of William Whitebread at court in September 1706 was admitted according to his will to hold this copyhold to her and her heirs. So it appears Mr Edsaw was never admitted to said premises. The gelding was returned back again.
Page 433. May 1743. John Pike snr. Place: Copyhold lands in Petworth. Fine: On his death. A small hog. There were more due but he had no more livestock. Paid in lieu by: Widow Pike.
Page 433. May 1743. John South. Place: Two copyholds called Keyfox. Fine: On his death a black punch mare, and a young lean hog. Paid in lieu by: Elizabeth Arnop widow for the hog, and his wife Mary South widow for the mare.
Page 433. September 1743. John Jewkes. Place: Freelands called Pettyfores, Neals in Petworth, freeland called late Dawtrys at Northchapel, freeland called Horsebridge in the manor of Byworth. Fine: Varous livestock, bridles and saddles. Paid in lieu by: Peter Jewkes his brother..
Page 433a. May 1744. Thomas Dukes snr. Place: A small messuage on the Manor of Petworth. Fine: No heriot seized, having no livestock.
Page 433a. May 1744. Thomas Polling. Place: For freelands called late Dawtrys in the Manor of Duncton and lands in the Manor of Byworth. Fine: A grey cart gelding and a black cart gelding.
Page 433a. September 1744. John Bean snr. Place: On the surrender of a small cottage in Byworth to William Collins. Fine: A hog.
Page 433a. October 1744. Thomas Pennicod. Place: On the surrender of part of his cottage at Northchapel to John Luff. Fine: A black mare.
Page 433a. October 1744. Henry Brockhurst. Place: A copyhold in the manor of Duncton. Fine: Of Bury, on his death October 10th a black cart gelding. Paid in lieu by: John Brockhurst his son.
Page 433a. October 1745. Thomas Puttick. Place: A tenement late Bowyers in Petworth, a tenement called Round about House in the market place, Petworth and barn and land called part of New Rails in Tilington. Fine: Seized on his death, 2 mares and a gelding. Paid in lieu by: Allen and Thomas Puttick.
Page 433a. January 1746. John Eedes. Place: A copyhold late Thomas Lickfold at Northchapel. Fine: A black mare.
Page 452. February 1745. James Trigg. Place: A copyhold at Sutton. Fine: Of Charlton to William Russell of Petworth, a cow and calf.
Page 452. March 1745. Thomas Herringdon. Place: A freehold called Elkham. Fine: Due on his death a black cart mare. Paid in lieu by: Margaret Herringdon his widow.
Page 452. April 1746. James Foard. Place: For a copyholds in the Manor of Sutton, called Dickmans, Kernells, Wilecombs, Haslingborn, Newlands, Osbourns, Cods Croft, Ludeoys. Fine: Due on his death 2 geldings, 2 mares, 1 cow, 3 steers and 2 heifers. Paid in lieu by: Henry Ford.
Page 452a. April 1746. Samuel Ayling. Place: For 2 copyholds in Tillington called Reading and Church Crofts and one in Northchapel called Bushells. Fine: Due on his death 1 gelding and 2 mares. Paid in lieu by: Samuel Ayling.
Page 467. September 1746. James Goble. Place: A messuage and lands in Egdean, a freehold house in Sowters Ditch, a parcel of land in Fryars Mead at Arundel and four tenements at Byworth. Fine: Due on his death an 8 year old mare, an ox, 2 steers. Paid in lieu by: James Goble, a gent.
Page 467. September 1746. Peter Jewkes. Place: A tenement in East Street, a messuage called Britains, a messuage near the chuch in Petworth, and freehold and land late Dawtry's at Northchapel, and freehold lands called Foxbridge in Byworth. Fine: Due on his death a large working ox, 2 cart mares, a cart gelding and a brown ox, also 3 bridles and saddle.
Page 467. January 1746/47. Jonathan H Turner. Place: For freehold lands in the Manor of Byworth. Fine: Due on his death 2 white cows.
Account of timber, stone etc
Page 52, 92. 1712-1717. Joseph Whitcher. Hides, coals etc.
Page 78. 1721, 1722. Henry Roker. Timber.
Page 78. 1721, 1722. John Brumham. Timber.
Page 78, 79. 1722. Doctor Langworth. Timber.
Page 78. 1722. Richard Cook. Timber.
Page 79. 1722. Charles Betterworth. Timber.
Page 79. 1721. George Chiddy. Timber sold to him by Henry Neale.
Page 79. 1722. William Reading of Sutton. Timber sold to him by Henry Neale.
Page 80, 81. May 1715, March 1716, Feb 1705. William King. Timber delivered to him by old Mr Loten out of Flexham Park.
Page 80, 81. July 1715, April 1716, 1717. Thomas Cleverly. Timber delivered to him by old Mr Loten out of Little Park, 1717 timber out of Little Park, Stag Park, and Home Park.
Page 80. July 1715. Richard Smart. Timber out of Banhurst.
Page 80. April 1716. William King. Timber delivered by Robert Allanson and William Loten.
Page 80. April 1716. Robert Holland. Timber delivered by Robert Allanson and William Loten.
Page 80. April 1716. William White. Timber delivered by Robert Allanson and William Loten.
Page 80. 1716. Robert Holland snr. Top wood of tree cut in 1715 in Home Park, this tree was for new building.
Page 80. 1722. Edward Jarrard. Timber.
Page 81. 1705. George Hoar. Timber.
Page 81. 1705. John Pettoe of Strood. Timber.
Page 81. 1705. John Heister of Arundel. Timber.
Page 81. August 1715, October 1717. Leonard Nicholson and Widow Brockhurst. Blue marble delivered by Robert Allanson.
Page 81. 1716. Francis Hill. Blue Marble.
Page 82. 1714-1716. Joseph Witcome. Tallow and suet.
Page 83. 1730. John Combs. At the sign of the Swan in Petworth. Purchase of hops.
Page 83. 1730. William Sandham. Purchase of hops.
Page 83. 1731, 1732. Mr Flutter of Guildford. Purchase of hops.
Page 85. 1714-1717. Nicholas Puttock. Sheep skins.
Page 84. 1714-1717. John Lickfold. Sheep skins.
Page 85. Year: 1715. Purchase of wood by: Thomas French, William Taylor, William Dammer, Mr Woolgar, Humphry Launder, Mr Manning, Mr Shepard, Mr Sandham, John Pike, John Quinnel, Nicholas Puttock, Joan Lucas, Frances Pullen, Abraham Ginnings, John Jackson, Edward Pratt, Mr Palmer, Doctor Paige, Castleman Smith, John Martin, Alice Capron, John Dee, Peter Luttman, Mary Allan (widow), John Sturt, Henry Mechen, Matthew Willard, Widow Phips, Mr Cook, Doctor Morris, Mr Walker, Mr Calloway, Mrs Price, Widow Grover, Mr Thorpe (glasier), George Brockhurst, Nicholas Baily, Richard Rooke, George Woods, John Figg, William Henry, Widow Saxby, Thomas Sturt, John Prat, William Saxby, Robert Willard, Anthony Prat, Mrs Milner, John Lickfold, Laurence Edsaw, George Penfold, William Aylwin, John Phibbins, John Grey, Edward Moory, John Honshaw, George Brockhurst and Thomas Lickfold (purchase of wood out of Flexham Park), John Michael, Mr Aylmoor, Nicholas Goodgier.
Page 85. Year: 1714. Purchase of hop poles by: Richard Smart, William Heath, John Calloway, John Grey, Edward Satcher, Sir Henry Peachy.
Page 86. Year: 1715. Purchase of coal by: Joseph Whicher, John Luttman, Richard Dawtry, Richard Smart, William Taylor, William Moor, Edward Moorey, Mrs Cappron, Mr Paige, William Dammer, John Callaway, William Bartlett, John Pettow, John Martin, John Cook, John Ayling, Richard Brown, Mrs Palmer of Upperton, George Hore, Anthony Pratt, Samuel Robinson, Mrs Austin, William Gindin (barber), Mr Wright.
Page 86. Year: 1714. Purchase of wood and coals by: Thomas Combs, Robert Neal, Robert Burchet, Mr Stringer, George Moss, John Mitchell, John Grey, William Heath, Mr Whitcher, Thomas Boxall, Mr Winterburn, George Hersie, Richard Clerk, Anthony Prat, Peter Hurst, John Stabb, Bartholomew Heath, William Honyman, Richard Luttman, William Henry.
Page 87. Year: 1715. Purchase of chopped faggotts by: Mrs Price, Mrs Allen (widow), John Pratt, Thomas Sturt, Lawrence Edsall, George Penfold, Matthew Willard, John Grey, Jacob Sturt, Mr Manning, Thomas Petoe, Thomas Puttock, William Henry, Goody Steel, John Welch, Peter Lickfold, Anthony Austin, Mr Whitcher, John Todman, Richard Humphry, Thomas Smart, Edward Warren, John Henshaw, John Eagar, Joseph Lickfold, John Waller, John Alwin, John Dee, Edward Jarrard, Matthew Taylor, Francis Diner, John Raply, Richard Boxall, Peter Woods, Henry Baker, Richard Eade, Samuel Ankhorne, William Henry, John Knight, John Edgar.
Page 88. Year: 1716. Purchase of chopped faggotts by: Mr Manning, Mr Roberts, Mrs Cappron, Thomas Hawkins of Flexham Park, John Harris, John Peckwell, William Saxby, John Mitchell, John Simonds, Thomas Clevery, Edward Pratt.
Page 88. Year: 1716. Purchase of hop poles by: Edward Sturt, Joseph Lickfold, William Heath, Francis Denier, Edward Pinn, William King.
Page 88. Year: 1716. Purchase of coals by: Mr Dee, John Welch, John Petoe, Mr Stringer, William Dautry.
Page 88. Year: 1716. Purchase of wood by: Mrs Stiles, Mr Moore, John Upfold, Thomas Rapley, William Gardiner, Robert Stanley, Edward Gerrard, Matthew Taylor, Nicholas Johnson.
Page 89. Year: 1716. Purchase of wood by: Mr Relf, Jasper Peckwell, Peter Lickfold, Richard Miles, Widow Catlin, Henry Mechin, William Sares, Peter Gates, Bapp Draper, Lewis Stevens, Abell Head, James Bull, Thomas Smithies, John Withers, Simon Tyler for Robert Neel (Simon Taylor to pay), Thomas Turner, John Figg, Widow Phipps, John Washington and Widow Eade (Mr Taylor is to pay for, being Overseer of the Poor), William Saxby, Nim Puttock, Mrs Miller, Matthew Willard, Richard Eade of Stroud, Mr Price, Henry Rice, John Eagar, Anthony Austin of Byworth, John Michael at Brinksole, William Henry.
Page 89. Year: 1715. Purchase of wood by: William Trigg, John Lutman.
Page 90. Year: 1717. Faggotts purchased, cut at Flexham Park: Mr Dee, Mr Moor, Denniss Knight, Richard Cooper of Bognorth, Thomas Edsall of Bognorth, Nathaniel Batchelor, Thomas Steer of Bognorth, Thomas Smart, Edward Essex, John Smart of Hall Gate, John Grey, Edward Pulling, John Mitchell of Brinksole, Thomas Edsall of Fittleworth, John Mitchell of Byworth, John Trigg, William Heath, William Rook, Simon Tyler, Thomas Hawkins, Joseph Lickfold, William Trigg, William Shier, Isaac Munfield, William Payn, William Henry, John Symonds, Edward Pullen, William Wilson, John Mitchell.
Page 90. Year: 1717. Faggotts purchased in Birchfold Coppice: Francis Denier, Edward Jarrard, Stephen Street, Robert Elliott.
Page 91. Year: 1717. Coals purchased by: Joseph Wicher (tanner), John Lutman, Edward Moorey, Anthony Pratt, John Mitchell of Brinksole, Samuel Anckorne, Mrs Styles (widow), Hugh Eaton, John Dawtry, John Martin of Petworth, Joseph Lickfold of Petworth, Mr Roberts of Tillington, William Ayling of Petworth, Dr Goodyer.
Page 100. Year: 1720. Wood purchased by: Jarmane Cleverly, John Sherwin, Daniel Gillet, Michael Briant, John Mitchell, Walter Colins, Richard Smart (cooper), Henry Neale.
Page 188. 1722. Wool purchased by John Lutman. Wool shorn at Kilsham.
Page 188. 1723. Wool purchased by William Sandham.
Page 188. 1725. Wool purchased by Thomas Mace.
Page 188, 219. 1729-1733,1735, 1738, 1739. Wool purchased by William Sandham.
Page 190, 212, 242. 1723-1725. Wood purchased by Henry Roker and John Brumkam. Cut in Frith Wood, Northchapel.
Page 190. 1723. Wood purchased by Richard Coot of Petworth, turner. Home Park by Tanners Croft.
Page 190, 212, 342. 1723, 1725, 1730, 1731. Wood purchased by William Smith of Petworth, patten maker. Cut in Flexham Park..
Page 212, 213, 235. 1724, 1730-1744. Joseph Whitcher. Pheasant Copice. Wood and bark purchased.
Page 212. 1725. John Lickfold. Ash poles. Cooper in Petworth.
Page 225. March 1724. Thomas Puttock. Clover seed purchased.
Page 225. April 1732. Thomas Gauler. Tillington. Clover seed purchased.
Page 280. 1725-1728. Mr Brimham. Wood and faggots purchased.
Page 342. 1735. William Kern. Northchapel. Pattin wood.
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