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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Compton hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Compton

    15 Asser, the companion of Alfred and afterwards Bishop of Sherborne , mentions in his account of the battle of Ashdown that 'there was also in the same place a single thorn tree of very small size, which we ourselves

    Parishes Offord Darcy

    states that the old register was in the hands of Mr. Thomas Baron, late rector [ 1694-1697 ] , at Ashdown , Essex ; and the register before that at Algarkirk, Mr. Michael [rector of Offord Darcy, 1678-1694 ] ,

    Parishes Ashbury

    lines in a valley in and near Ashdown Park . 8 There are several other barrows situated on Idstone Down and elsewhere in the parish. 9 Roman remains have been found in Ashdown Park , 10 also an Anglo-Saxon iron

    Political history

    the modern Oxford was saved by the great victory of Ethelred and Alfred at Ashdown . During the seven years which elapsed between the victory of Ashdown and that of 'Ethandun' (probably Edington near Westbury ), while Alfred was struggling

    Parishes Compton

    his thegn Suda ( Birch , Cart. Sax. ii , 5), which may have been this Ashden, but more probably Ashdown in Compton Beauchamp . V.C.H. Berks . i, 347. See G.E.C. Complete Peerage , s.v. Ferrers and Lancaster ;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ALFRAY, John I, of East Grinstead, Suss.

    following his construction of a new entry, including steps and ditches. Earlier, he and Nicholas Boyle, the former ranger of Ashdown forest, had been fined 12d. having conspired to carry away certain stones from duchy property.[footnote]Alfray procured a royal pardon

    COMPTON, Henry II (c.1584-c.1649), of Brambletye, East Grinstead, Suss.

    1628 East Grinstead Apr. 1640 Ofifces Held Associate bencher, L. Inn 1604; custos brevium, court of common pleas c.1630; ranger, Ashdown forest; j.p. Suss. dep. lt. by 1624. Biography It was his connexion with the Sackville family that secured Compton

    ALLEYN, Thomas, of East Grinstead, Suss.

    Ringmer, and seized and burnt a number of official documents. Subsequently they hunted in the ducal forests of Maresfield and Ashdown, carried off duchy goods at Fletching and East Grinstead, and finally, in March 1384, killed an under forester. No

    BUTLER, James I (c.1651-96), of Patcham, Suss.

    Mar. 1679 Mar. 1681 Arundel 1690 1695 Ofifces Held Commr. enclosures, Ashdown forest 1691. Biography The son of a wealthy London merchant, Butler acquired an estate at Patcham in Sussex through his marriage and made this his principal seat. At

    PELHAM, Sir John, 3rd Bt. (c.1623-1703), of Halland, Laughton, Suss.

    1660 Jan. 1681 Sussex 1689 1698 Ofifces Held V.-adm. Suss. 1660–d.; commr. loyal and indigent officers 1662, recusants 1675, enclosure, Ashdown forest 1692. Biography A wealthy Sussex landowner with an income of over £2,000 p.a. drawn partly from iron mining,

  • * British History Online *

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    August 1654, An Ordinance for sale of Four Forests or Chases reserved for Collateral security to the Soldiers., 30 August 1654-30 August 1654

    security to the Soldiers. August, 1654 [30 August, 1654. ] Forests of Needwood, Kingswood, Ashdown, and Sherwood, vested in Trustees.; Trustees names.; The Uses . Whereas the several Forests or Chases hereafter particularly mentioned, have been excepted in the late

    British History Online

    of Kingswood: Henry Dewel, William Dawges, Joseph Gamage, Esqs; Richard Johnson Gent. Commissioners for Surveying the Forest or Chase of Ashdown, or Lancaster great Park: John Baynton, Hugh Webb, Esqs. Major Rolph, and Nicholas Gunton, Gent. Commissioners for Surveying Endfield

    British History Online

    nor to the Forest of Kingswood, otherwise called Kingswood Chase, in the County of Glocester; nor unto the Forest of Ashdown, with the Inclosure or Park there, commonly called Lancaster great Park, in the County of Sussex; nor unto the

    Index of subjects, F

    1116 1122 (1657, June 19): partially co nfirmed , 1138 1139 (June 26). Forests excepted from former act, Needwood, Kingswood, Ashdown and Sherwood, vested in trustees, 993 994: for uses set out in act for sale of crown lands, 994:

    Entry Book, August 1660, 01 August 1660-31 August 1660

    Bestwood (co. Notts); forests or chaces of Holte, Eastbewre, Westbewre and Finkley (co. Southants); forests or parks called Broyle and Ashdown (co. Sussex); park of Galtres, called New Park, co. York; castle, honour and manor of Bolingbroke, co. Lincoln, or

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Y symndiad cyntaf , Sonata A minor, Rhif 8, gaD Mozart (Arfrajffad Hacfarrne)." Cyhoaddir y gerddoriaeth echod gan h4r. Eiwin Ashdown,' Hanover Sqiaae, Llundain; a gellir eael y Sonatas crybwylledig drwy ddwylaw llyfrworthwyr, iddynt enw y cyhoeddwr.-Yr eiddoeb. Caernarfon, Mai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Stephens-L . Viastanley and Son, Liverpool, winoe merchants-W. and J. Nelson, Liverpool, linen drapers-W. D. Dauncey and J. NJ. Ashdown, Aston, Warwickshirt, iron w/orkers-R. Reeder and J. Newoon, Lisson grove, victuallers, INSOLVENT. R. Darnton, North and Sooth American Coffee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and one of tle syosneis you;ge Laidl's' saved himseef by cligisig to the mooring chain. Unfortunately, the bride, and Mlary Ashdown, oie of the bridesonaids, sank and were drowied ALARMING COLLISeON' N TIIE COsNys:L.r-A verv serious collision occurred in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Temple Arbnytoge, Sir Gee. 27 CambNdge square Asbury, Edward, Eeq. Silver Barnet, Eufeld As lbey, 3iorris Staineo Ashby, George Fuelrth Ashdown, Mtiddileon Derubigh e'rect Ashpita1, Arthur, Esq. Clapton square Aubrey, John, WEsq. 5 ortimer vbllis, Elngslnd. Austin, D. Ds. Norwbod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T'uck, Ely, Cambridgeshire, butcher. [Sole and Co., Alder- manburv.-M L Muller, Aldermaubury Postern, City, watclh manufac- turer. [Solomon, Finsbury plaee.-J Ashdown, Porsford terrace, Mailden road, Kentish town, draper. [Heather, Paternyter row.-W Elliott, Church street, Chelsea, builder. [Lawresec and Co., Old Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    King Etheldred. Danes. K. Alurede or Alfrede. Danes.

    Osrike, kyng of Denmarke: who with assistence of the other Danes had gathered a great hoste and were enbattelled vpon Ashdown. To this battaile kyng Etheldred with his brother Alured forced by great nede, spedde them selues to withstand the

 

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