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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Classes of documents in the Sussex Record Offices

    Ep. II Lewes Archdeaconry Ep. II/14-15 Churchwardens' Presentments and Ministers' Articles of Enquiry Ep. II/17 Glebe Terriers Ep. V South Malling Deanery (Archbishop's Peculiar) Ep. VI Episcopal Estates FRE Frewen Archives GLY Glynde Place Archives IR Inland Revenue Land Valuation

    Collegiate churches South Malling

    Collegiate churches South Malling 59. THE COLLEGE OF SOUTH MALLING 1 Aldulf, prince or duke of the South Saxons, about the year 765, gave lands in Stanmer , Lindfield , and Burleigh for the endowment of a monastery in honour

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalene , Clothall

    ; in 1446 the pope provided John Bagot , the then master, to a canonry in the college of South Malling , 14 and in 1526 the master, Thomas Dalison , was rector of Clothall . 15 As usual it


    no manor of Ardingly . A large part of the parish belonged to the great manors of Ditchling and South Malling , and portions to Plumpton 4 and Streat . 5 The manor of WAKEHURST was held in the 16th

    Edburton Church

    incumbent lived at Poynings . 72 At least two medieval rectors were absentees, 73 one being a penitentiary in South Malling collegiate church. John Thomson , rector from 1521, was master of the Maison Dieu at Dover in 1543 ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GODEMAN, John, of Lewes, Suss.

    conveyed to feoffees, including Walter Gosselyn*, her share of the property of her late father John Smith in Cliffe, South Malling and Newick near Lewes, together with her holdings in the town itself (notably a messuage in the parish of

    BLAKE, Andrew, of Lewes, Suss.

    and others, including William Holt and John Bedford I*, had wrongfully dispossessed Simon Benefeld* of property in Cliffe and South Malling near Lewes, although Blake and Bedford, not being principals in the affair, were given an acquittal.[footnote]From 1379 onwards Blake

    GORING, George I (aft.1522-94), of Ovingdean, Lewes; later of Danny Park, Suss.

    mansion. In 1586 he was negotiating a crown lease of the half hundred of Loxfield and the manor of South Malling. He had also a house in Chelsea. In 1588-9 he was assessed for the Armada loan at £100, the

    PRESTON, John (d.1434), of Preston Patrick, Westmld. and Preston near Glynde, Suss.

    Held Steward of duchy of Lancaster, Suss. 14 Nov. 1393-8 July 1404, of the abp. of Canterbury’s manors of South Malling, Suss. and Otford, Kent by Oct. 1397. Ofifces Held The earl of Arundel’s bailiff of the rapes of Arundel

    BENEFELD, Simon, of Shoreham, Suss.

    and then, in 1401, they claimed that Holt and others had wrongfully taken possession of land at Cliffe and South Malling, near Lewes. On the latter occasion the Benefelds produced deeds of purchase dated 1383, and managed to refute allegations

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mr Strickland, steward of Parkhurst Prison. Mr Wiles, of the firm of Gresham, Wiles, and Brown, brewers Of South Malling, Lewes, is found dead in a tanl of beer. H-Is bad gone up stairs to skim, and is supposed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lila sentiments and of his religious teaching. "'I rem ain, rev, and dear Sir, yours very truly, " (Signed) " A. C. CaNTUAR;. " The Rev. J. J. Saint, Rector of Speldhurat, R~ural Dean of the Deanery of South Malling." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the first intention of the knights. On the 31st they left Saltwood, travelling forty miles along the coast to South Malling, an archiepisecopal manor near Lewes, where they halted for the nigut. By this time, at least, the pricks of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Bishop of Winchester, to Margaret, daughter of John Ellerker Boulcott, Esq., of Hyde Park-square-On the 10th inst., at South Malling, Arthor Powell, Esq., of Clapton House, Mid- dlesex, to Fanny Charlotte,youngest daughter of the Rev.P.G. Crofts, of Mailing House, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Newfonnd- land. Rev. Edward Hough Love; curate of Dunstable, Beds. Rev. P. Pearson Mason, vicar of Edataston; vicar of South Malling, near Lewes Rev. Charles Henry Middleton-Wake, M.A., formerly vicar of Lingen, Hereford assistantohaplain in the Chapel Royal, Savoy. Rev. Subscribers-only content

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