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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Priory of Wilmington

    at the time of the Domesday Survey. To this he added a burgage in Pevensey and forest rights in Ashdown Forest ; his son William gave other lands in Pevensey , Jevington , Tilton , Heighton , Milton and elsewhere,

    Bramber Rape (North-eastern Part) Bramber Rape c. 1875

    of Lower Beeding parish in the late 20th century is chiefly due to afforestation since c . 1800. Unlike Ashdown Forest in Pevensey rape, St. Leonard 's Forest was not much subject to rights of common pasture. There was parkland

    Lower Beeding Forest

    ba iliwicks of Thrustlehole and Herony. The forest as a whole then had an outer pale, 59 as did Ashdown Forest in Pevensey rape, 60 and there were also internal divisions between the bailiwicks. In 1720 the constituent parts of

    Lower Beeding Lower Beeding c. 1875

    seem to be ancient routes. The more northerly, through Colgate , was part of a route from Horsham to Ashdown Forest , 22 and passes the sites of two prehistoric barrows in Lower Beeding parish. 23 It certainly existed in

    Ifield Ifield , Bewbush and Colgate c. 1910

    for moneyed people to reside in or retire to. Local facilities for sport, including the golf course nearby in Ashdown Forest , 95 were one attraction of the area in the early 20th century. Four inhabitants were listed as 'private

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DYKE, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt. (c.1650-1706), of Horeham, Waldron, Suss.

    1689 East Grinstead 1690 East Grinstead 1695 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Suss. 1677-9, 1689-90, enclosure, Ashdown Forest 1677; j.p. 1680-July 1688, Nov. 1688-96, 1700-d., dep. lt. 1685-May 1688, Oct. 1688-?1701. Ofifces Held Commr. for public accounts Apr.-June 1696. Biography

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boathsoohe, wvas dragged overboard. There was a heavy sea russing, and the unfortunate usan was carried away ansd drowned. Ashdown Forest, the scene of the recent litigation be- tween Earl Delaiwarr anti others, has been on ftba )ibout a dozen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Horton estate (Stratford-on-Avon), Shoe- md buryness Staines, Brentford (Essex), Devizes, the i peigate, Littlehampton, Romnford, Cheltenham, ill; Salisbury Plain, Ashdown Forest, Guildford, srd woolivich, Hounslow, Broxbourne, Dunstable, :he Abbeywood (Aldershot), Pirbright, Sutton Cold- ing field, Dartford Heath, Liphook (Hants), Layer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    corps called upon are'the o 3rd, Royal West Surrey. at Guildford., whence they will ii later go to the Ashdown Forest mobilisation ; the 3id (1 East Kent, for fiborncliffe; the 3rd Devonshire. at Ir plymouth; the 4th West Yorkshire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Heath, Berkhampstead Common, Epping Forest, the commons of Plumstead, Tooting, WN'imbledon, Vandsworth, Coulsdon, Dart- ford, Wigley, Banstead, &c., for Ashdown Forest l and Malvern Hills, the New Forest and the Forest of Dean, Burnham Beeches, roadside wastes and village greens. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    come the superb Copleyfieldings, contributed by Henry Cowper Marshall, Esq., viz. :-" Glen Fallach," " Loch Aohray, ' " Ashdown Forest," and "Staffa." Copley Fielding, though of the early school of water colour artists, is nevertheless the geatest of then,, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Remarks on the land question., 1874

    how far the land was susceptible of im¬ provement under the ordinary conditions of farming, for, while living on Ashdown Forest , in the Hartfield parish, in this county of Sussex , I had seen that of three of my Subscribers-only content

    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    ordinary remedies provided in the case of the obstruction of a highway. Ashdown Forest . Important suits are now pending in the Law Courts respecting Ashdown Forest , a very extensive wood¬ land and hilly district in Sussex , and Subscribers-only content

    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    32 Shooter's Hill , Pangbourne 33 Rights of Recreation 33 Rights of Inhabitants ( Tollard Farnham Common ) 34 Ashdown Forest 35 Protection of Public Allotments 36 Bnrghclere 36 Tring 38 Metropolitan Commons 38 Powers conferred upon the Corporation of Subscribers-only content

    Report of Proceedings: 1876-1880., 1880

    Commons by Railways and other Companies 22-29 Ashdown Forest 35 Banstead Commons 30 Barnes Common 23 Barrowden Common 6 Bulwell Forest 27 Burghclere Poor Allotment 36, 48 Burnham Beeches 20 Charity Commissioners, action of, in regard to Fuel Allotments 3G Subscribers-only content

    Remarks on the land question., 1874

    how far the land was susceptible of im¬ provement under the ordinary conditions of farming, for, while living on Ashdown Forest , in the Hartfield parish, in this county of Sussex , I had seen that of three of my Subscribers-only content

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