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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons Priory of Michelham

    Chichester 3 and Richard II 4 -with further confirmation from Henry IV 5 - licence to appropriate the churches of Alfriston and Fletching . With the exception of the dispute with Bayham concerning the church of Hailsham , the early

    Alien houses Priory of Wilmington

    and not the least important of his donations was the grant of the manors of Wilmington and Frog Firle in Alfriston , which, with two hides in Beddingham given by his wife the Countess Maud , constituted the abbey's holding

    Parishes Wandsworth

    decree in Chancery in December 1874 . The estates now vested in the general trustees are the tithe rents of Alfriston and Mayfield in Sussex , applied in benefactions to poor clergy, producing in 1874 £875 17 s . 6

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 June 1661-31 December 1662

    at Aleway , Thos Alexander , Anne, petition of Eliz., petition of Rob. alias Zinzan, Sir Sigismund Alford , Greg. Alfriston Algerines , the Algiers captives at petition of Alicant Road, letter dated from Aliceholt Forest , see Aylesholt. Aliens Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 May 1634-31 March 1635

    , Cardinal Aldworth , Matthew Aleppo Alexander , John Alexander , William, Earl of Stirling Alford , Sir Edward Lady Alfriston , Sussex, document dated from Algiers Alicant wine Alice Holt , Hants, forest Alkin , Mary All , , Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 63, November 16-30, 1662, 16 November 1662-30 November 1662

    for debt. One of them went to Divine Service on the Sabbath . 56. ii. Examination of Moses Downer, of Alfriston, Sussex, innholder. Entertained Mr. Husbands and five other persons described, one of whom he believes to be Col. Ludlow, Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 15 March 1831, 15 March 1831-15 March 1831

    Chapel, in the County of Cork , whos e Names are thereunto subscribed: Alfriston: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Individuals worshipping at the Independent Chapel, Alfriston , in the County of Sussex , whose Names are thereunto subscribed:

    Henry VIII, October 1537, 26-31, 01 October 1537-31 October 1537

    Isenherst, Cowden, Sutton, Seeford, and Chyntynge, Sussex, belonging to the said late priory; the rectories of the churches of Langton, Alfriston, and Fletchyng, Sussex, and the advowsons of the parish churches and vicarages thereof; a pasture called "le Marles," another

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHOWNE, Thomas (1679-1724), of Alfriston, Suss.

    CHOWNE, Thomas (1679-1724), of Alfriston, Suss. Constituency Dates Seaford 2 July 1702 Seaford 1710 1713 Biography Chowne’s family had been settled at Alfriston since the early 17th century, having previously been established in Kent at Fairlawn, near Wrotham. It was

    CHOWNE, George (d.1616), of Fairlawn, nr. Wrotham and Little Peckham, Kent.

    Wrotham as well as the residue of his movables. Chowne was succeeded by his eldest son Thomas, who moved to Alfriston, Sussex.W. Berry, Co. Genealogies, Suss. 133; Vis. Suss. (Harl. Soc. liii), 168; Vis. Kent (Harl. Soc. xlii), 27; Reg.

    CHOWNE, Henry (c.1613-68), of Horsham, Suss.

    for London in 1555, and his grandfather represented Rochester in 1593. His father sold the Kentish property and moved to Alfriston. The family played no part in the Civil War. As a younger son, Chowne was apprenticed to the father

    DOREWARD, John (d.1420), of Bocking, Essex.

    settled on him and his first wife. To these he added Wickhambrook (Suffolk) by purchase, and Bacons in Dengie and Alfriston (Essex) together with manors in West Tofts and Marham (Norfolk) through marriage to Isabel Baynard, his third wife. In

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Williams, 31/1/1822

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Williams Forename Thomas Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 31/1/1822 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Alfriston// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/3/11 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Buckner, John/Chichester 1798- 1824 Comment

    Ricardus Russell, 9/3/1716

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Russell Forename Ricardus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 9/3/1716 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Alfriston// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/1/10 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Manningham, Thomas/Chichester 1709- 1722 Comment

    Gualter Barttelot, 3/8/1732

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Barttelot Forename Gualter Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 3/8/1732 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Alfriston// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/1/11 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hare, Francis/Chichester 1731- 1740 Comment

    John William Cobb, 21/12/1834

    Surname Cobb Forename John William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 21/12/1834 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Alfriston// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/68/6 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Maltby, Edward/Chichester 1831- 1836 Comment Yearly stipend of £80

    Charles Harison, 31/1/1822

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Harison Forename Charles Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 31/1/1822 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Alfriston// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/3/11 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Buckner, John/Chichester 1798- 1824 Comment

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 June 1824, 24 June 1824

    Parishes contiguous thereto, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Alfriston : Alfriston, in the County of Sussex, and its Vicinity, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 6 January 1825

    — Lindfield; Ditcheling ; Broadstairs, &c.; Cranbrook ; Rain- ham, &c.; Abbottbury; Berkhamsted; and Lenham, 449. — Wednesbury: Pakenham ; Alfriston; Thirsk ; Hamsterley; Beaminster; Soutliwold; St. Helen's Auckland, &c.; Hartle¬ pool ; Sutton Vallance, &c.; Scorton, &c.; and Colchester, Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1826, 17 April 1826

    and others ; Estate BilL With a Bill, intituled " An Act for exonerating certain " Estates called Corsica Hall, Alfriston, Mqff Afriston " otherwise Mqffe Alfryshton, and Dean Place, in the " County of Sussex, belonging to John Henry Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1826, 21 April 1826

    2a vice lecta est Billa, intituled " An Act for " exonerating certain Estates called Corsica Hall, Al- "ß-iston, Maff Alfriston otherwise Mqffe Alfryshton, " and Dean Place, in the County of Sussex, belonging to " John Henry Tilson Esquire, Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1826, 26 April 1826

    the Contents of Estate. Ex- the Bill, intituled " An Act for exonerating certain °^e1ratlon Estates called Corsica Hall, Alfriston, Maff Alfriston The'King's otherwise Maffe Alfryshton, and Dean Place, in the Consent County of Sussex, belonging to John Henry Tilson Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    supposed to be a female, took to wing, leaving tne other incapable of flight, whicbh wab taijen up abd given to a peirsomi at Alfriston, where he now reinaing, nesurly recovered from the wounds Ile efcived in this extraordinary battle, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at a distance of about fifteen miles. Os thWe sane eveiing all the great tithe corn of tie pairish of Alfriston, near tirJghtion, the property oh Mr. Bodle was consumd by fire. On Monday evei ng the premises ot Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and again, whilst walking through Sussex, Mr. Jennings comes upon quaint old villages of this type, and of such are Alfriston and Wilmington, where the traveller in search of the picturesque, who not unfrequently turns his back on his own Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -It, a- <i 2 ys -sl il -joined his String. Lunchb has left R. Dresiitt'i f .-' o" IV. lX",'s. Alfriston. The Corporation Plate of 1I0 es '7- tit-'-2) t. September Meeting, Septciil ibe 12: CiUed Hit~i and tie Portland Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    several persons was discovered feasting on cooked infants, A few days ago, soon after the sexton of the parish of Alfriston finished digging a grave, a robin took a great fancy to this new domicile, and built a nest in Subscribers-only content

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