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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Warnham Church

    Pity and the Trinity, with money left by Richard Michell of Field Place (d. 1524 or 1525). 79 Later known successively as the Michell chapel and the Field Place chancel, 80 it was converted for use as a vestry in

    Warnham Manors and other estates

    in 1737 , the year in which he sold it to Edward Shelley 13 of Field Place ; thereafter it descended with Field Place 14 until 1875, when Sir P. F. Shelley sold it to C. T. Lucas of Warnham

    Parishes Compton

    pierced gules . Turnour. Nine pieces erminees and argent with four mill-stone turners sable in the argent . FIELD PLACEFIELD PLACE was parcel of the possessions of Henry of Guildford , 80 who held a part of it of

    Stroud Manors and other estates Lypiatt Park form in the early 18th century

    land to his widow Elizabeth. 82 Another Richard Field died in 1693 described as of Field Place . 83 About 1710 the Field Place estate was owned by Thomas Field 84 and by 1728 by Edward Field (d. 1736). 85

    Ashington Manors

    1820. 74 Upper Buncton farm, which had perhaps once formed part of the manor, belonged to the Shelleys of Field Place in Warnham in the 18th century, but was sold in 1820 by Sir Timothy Shelley to Charles Goring ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MICHELL, John II (1644-1706), of Field Place, Warnham.

    (1644-1706), of Field Place, Warnham. Constituency Dates Horsham Mar. 1679 Horsham Oct. 1679 Horsham 1681 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Suss. 1673-80, capt. of militia ft. by 1679-bef. 1697, j.p. May 1688-bef. 1701. Biography Michell’s ancestors were first recorded in

    SHELLEY, Timothy (1753-1844), of Field Place, Warnham, Suss.

    (1753-1844), of Field Place, Warnham, Suss. Constituency Dates Horsham 1790 10 Mar. 1792 New Shoreham 1802 101818 Biography Like Henry Shelley*, Timothy Shelley came of a cadet branch (not the same one) of the Shelleys of Michelgrove, represented in this

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eiliwyd, a chefnogwyd, gan Walter Lewis Yaw. Great House, Lllangadock Morgan Daivies, Yaw., Myddfai, a D. Evans Yaw., Park Field Place, Llanelli. 4-- "Ein bad ye dymono cyfiw1yno yr achos i sylw y Cyfundeb Methodistaidd yn gyffredinol, ynglyd A boll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carriages. The Norwich and Yarmouth railway wiji open on Tuesday. Died, on the 24th inst., in his 91st year, Sir Timothy Shelley, Bart., of Field Place, WVarnham, Sussex. The baronetcy now devolves on Percy Florence, the son of Percy Byssh".Shell'y. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    volumes carried the narrative of the poet's life to the time of his last visit to his mother at Field Place, and to the verge of the separation from his first wife." Lady Shelley reprints, with some additional papers of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BUXTON FORMAN. Illustrated with Steel Portrait of Shelley, and full-page Etchings of the House at Great Marlow, Beatrice Cenci, Field Place, and the Burial Ground at Rome; also some fine Fac-Similes. Four Vols., Svo., 50s. OLD PL AYS, a Select Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BUXTON FORMAN. Illustrated with Steel Portrait of Shelley, and full-page Etchings of the Heouse at Great Marlow, Beatrice Cenci, Field Place, and the Bmrial Ground at Rome; also some One Fac-Similes. Four Vols., Svc., l0s. OLD PLAYS, a Select Collection Subscribers-only content

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