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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Barcombe

    The hundred of Barcombe THE HUNDRED OF BARCOMBE containing the parishes of Barcombe ; Hamsey ; Newick At the time of the Domesday Survey the hundred of Barcombe was composed of Barcombe , Hamsey , and Allington . 1 The

    Parishes Barcombe PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARY BARCOMBE

    Parishes BarcombeBARCOMBE Bercham (xii cent.); Bercompe, Bercampe (xiii and xiv cent.); Berkham, Berecompe (xv cent.). Situated on the River Ouse , which forms its eastern boundary, the parish of Barcombe covers an area of 4,997 acres of land and

    The hundred of Southover

    in Swanborough Hundred, 11 while in Figg's map of Sussex ( 1861 ) it is definitely marked as part of Barcombe Hundred, as it seems also to be in Budgen's map of 1724. Hundreds are for all practical purposes now

    Parishes Newick PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARY NEWICK

    Under the East Sussex Review Order of 1934 a detached part of the parish was transferred to Barcombe while a detached part of Barcombe was added to Newick . The population of the parish in 1931 was 1,045. There is

    Parishes Plumpton PARISH CHURCH of ST. MICHAEL PLUMPTON

    from the 16th century. The west tower (11 ft. 3 in. x 12 ft.) bears strong affinities to those at Barcombe and East Chiltington . It dates c . 1200 and is of two stages undivided externally, finished with a

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Nicholus Harvy, 0/0/1543

    Liber Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 14465 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Harvy Forename Nicholus Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1543 Office/Status Rector Location Barcombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/18/4 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment

    Georgs Killyer, 0/0/1543

    Liber Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 14466 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Killyer Forename Georgs Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1543 Office/Status Curate Location Barcombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/18/4 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment

    Simon Overy, 0/0/1543

    Liber Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 14494 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Overy Forename Simon Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1543 Office/Status Rector Location Barcombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/18/4 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment

    Christopher Pecke, 26/10/1569

    CCEd Record ID: 104427 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Pecke Forename Christopher Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 26/10/1569 Office/Status Curate Location Barcombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source Chichester Chapter Acts 1545-1642 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/ 0- 0 Comment

    Nicholus Harvy, 0/0/1543

    Liber Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 136950 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Harvy Forename Nicholus Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1543 Office/Status Rector Location Barcombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/18/4 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evidence, he seems to have proceeded about them as if ordinary affairs of busi- ness. lbe whole eight lived at Barcombe, and some had borne previous good characters. Moat of them were in the receipt of Food wages, and one, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lincolnlshire, drapers-King and Stanford, Brighton, grocers-C. and J. Wright, Bristol, and Keinton Mendeville, Somersetshire, cheese factors-G. Best and S. Adams, Barcombe, Sussex, general shopkeepers-J. C. Ord and Co. Blackman street, Southwark, cheesemongers-Richardson and Thwaite, Blackbsurn, tailors- Kaye and Hatterslev, Almondbury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (with a branch toWesterham), Crow- hurst and Lingfield, to East Grinstead, and thence West Hoathly, Horsted, Keynes, Fletching, Chailey, Newick. Barcombe to Lewes. From Lewes it will pass in a direct course, by Kem'ptown, to the centre of Brighton. At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Trotes Taymouth Mr. WWod' s The Widow beat Mr. Coates as Still a Briton Mr. Lister's ILcerta beat Mr. Sawan's Barcombe Lad Mr. rhylor as Sbarp and Cleat Mr. Grantham's Gentwnrl Mr. Greemil's Ivy Gree beat Mr. Welch's Bayavo n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and had neglected to bring the balance. On Thursday a melancholy gun aacldent occurred at the residence of DMr. gleo, Barcombe, by which, in all proba. billty, a youthful member of the family will be deprived of life. Mr. Frank Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERT, John, of Lewes, Suss.

    parishes in the town in May 1428. He witnessed a deed in Lewes in June 1432. In association with Andrew Maffey† he brought an action in 1445 against a carpenter from Barcombe for recovery of a debt of ten marks.[footnote]

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