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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Albourne Nonconformity

    Albourne Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. Joan Alchorne of Albourne , who possibly lived at Bishops Place, was recorded as a recusant in 1593 , 18 and a schoolmistress in a Roman Catholic household was mentioned in 1605 . 19 The three dissenters

    Albourne Education

    Albourne Education EDUCATION. There was a day school in 1808 . 22 In 1819 it was attended by 22 children and financed by subscriptions. 23 There were two day schools in 1835 , with a total of 62 boys

    Hospitals Windham

    of the hospital. 2 Simon de Bosco of Albourne sold to the bishop, 'for the support of the infirm chaplains and clerks dwelling in the hospital of Wyndham ,' lands in Albourne parish, and other lands there were purchased for

    Woodmancote Charity for the poor

    s . 4 d . was divided equally between the parishes, to Woodmancote in fuel and to Albourne in money. 63 In 1964 Albourne received £8 8 s . 4 d . a year. 64 Distribution in Woodmancote in 1984

    Albourne Economic history

    Albourne Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY. The Albourne manor demesne farm had 316 a., including woodland, c . 1265. 65 In 1743, when it was called Albourne Place farm, it included the former Albourne park and comprised 400 a., 66 and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SACKVILLE, Christopher (by 1519-58/59), of Albourne and Worth, Suss.

    (by 1519-58/59), of Albourne and Worth, Suss. Constituency Dates Heytesbury 1558 Ofifces Held Gent. pens. 1540-d. Biography Christopher Sackville perhaps owed his appointment at court to kinship with William Baron Sandys, who died not long after the establishment of the

    RADEMYLDE, Ralph (c.1379-1443), of Lancing, Suss.

    Rademylde, which had held the Sussex manor of Rodmill-Beverington since the 13th century, also owned the manors of Lancing and Albourne, together with land at Arlington and East Hoathly. Ralph inherited all but a dower portion of these estates following

    FAGG, Robert II (1673-1736), of Wiston, nr. Steyning, Suss.

    and 1727, apparently standing as a Tory, on the latter occasion managing to collect only two votes.Fagg died at Horley, near Reigate in Surrey, on 22 June 1736 and was buried at Albourne, Sussex, his son Robert† inheriting the estate.[footnote]

    FAGG, Robert (c.1649-1715), of Wiston, Suss.

    in 1689. He was a country Whig under William III. He died on 22 Aug. 1715 and was buried at Albourne. Both his son and his grandson were returned for Steyning, the former as a Tory in 1708 and the

    AGMONDESHAM, John I (c.1511-73), of Rowbarns, East Horsley, Surr.

    owned the manor of Breach in Ewhurst, and in Sussex he had an estate in right of his wife at Albourne. The Loseley manuscripts contain a number of references to his official work in Surrey.[footnote]In 1563, before he became a

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