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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Balcombe

    Parishes BalcombeBALCOMBE Balecumba (xii cent.); Baldcombe (xiii cent.); Baulcombe, Bawcombe (xvii cent.); Bolkham (xviii cent.). The parish of Balcombe has an area of 4,718 acres, stretching down in one part to touch the River Ouse in the south, and

    The hundred of Streat

    Hoathly , a large part of Balcombe , and part of Cuckfield . The same three vills appear in 1316 , 5 but by 1327 the third vill had been divided into five, namely, Balcombe , Lindfield Bardolf, Lindfield Arches,

    Parishes Southease PARISH CHURCH SOUTHEASE

    under standing that the latter's father, the Rev. Thomas Chatfield , rector of Balcombe , would purchase the advowson. 57 By his will, the rector of Balcombe in 1730 bequeathed the advowson to his son John Chatfield with the proviso

    The hundred of Buttinghill

    addition of Balcombe ; south part, Hurstpierpoint , Keymer , and Clayton . 9 In 1665 the composition of the hundred was still the same. 10 By 1724, however, the parishes in Buttinghill Hundred were Ardingly , Balcombe , Bolney

    Parishes Ardingly PARISH CHURCH of ST. PETER ARDINGLY

    area of 3,811 acres. In 1934 a detached portion of the parish was transferred to Balcombe . The church stands on the brow of a hill in the centre of the parish, at a height of 398 ft. South of

    Parishes Worth PARISH CHURCH of ST. NICHOLAS WORTH

    of the forest was apparently shifted to Highley in Balcombe (q.v.). The FOREST OF WORTH , which extended over the parishes of Worth , Crawley , Ardingly , Slaugham , and Balcombe , was part of the Warenne possessions since

    Parishes Cuckfield PARISH CHURCH of HOLY TRINITY CUCKFIELD

    , and leads past the Cuckfield Institution and Hanlye Farm to Borde Hill Lane , leading from Haywards Heath to Balcombe , which forms the eastern boundary. Holy Trinity Church lies at the south end of the main street. A

    Parishes Ardeley

    it to his wife Audrey, 117 who died seised of it about 1635, and was succeeded by Robert Spence of Balcombe , co. Sussex , her son and heir. 118 In 1648 Robert Spence settled it upon his son and

    The rape and honour of Lewes The Rape of Lewes : from Budgen's Map of Sussex , 1724.

    , Piddinghoe , Rottingdean , Ovingdean , Brighthelmeston, Patcham , Blatchington, Clayton , Cuckfield , Worth, Ditchling , Ardingly , Balcombe , and part of Bolney . 63 Knights' fees held of the barony were to be found in Portslade,

    Index A-J

    pop., post offices, Pound Hill , q.v . prot. nonconf., pub. servs., public hos., rlys., goods yd., rds. and streets, Balcombe Rd., Boulevard, Broadway , Crawley Ave ., Crawley Lane , Exchange Rd., Fleming Way , Gatwick Rd., Grattons Drive,

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