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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sullington Economic history

    it was called Sullington common, 31 and part of Broadbridge Heath , which was shared with Drungewick manor in Wisborough Green and was in closed in 1858 ; the lord of Broadbridge received 8 a. in respect of his Sullington

    List of maps

    since 1912 Ordnance Survey material was used, Crown Copyright Reserved. PAGE Bramber Rape, c . 1875 (hundreds and parishes) 2 Broadbridge and Itchingfield , c . 1875 8 Sullington , c . 1875 19 Thakeham , Warminghurst , and Shipley

    Itchingfield Economic history

    glebe was wholly inclosed by 1616 . 66 John Covert had 100 a. of demesne not sown, probably part of Broadbridge manor, in 1340 , and the Muntham demesne had 250 a. not sown. Since the Muntham estate was seldom

    Sullington Sullington c. 1875

    parish north of Sullington Warren . Newbridge , which took the road from Broadbridge Heath to Billingshurst across the Arun, was maintainable by Broadbridge farm (in Broadbridge ) in 1615 , 45 and by the inhabitants of Sullington tithing and

    The hundred of Bosham Introduction

    with East and West Ashling ; West Stoke , and West Thorney . 2 In the Subsidy Roll for 1296 Broadbridge , Creed , and Old Fishbourne , all in the parish of Bosham , also figure. 3 The lordship

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FUST, Richard, of Warnham and Chichester, Suss.

    the coast near Chichester. Margaret had inherited a moiety of her father’s property, consisting of 20 acres of land in Broadbridge (held by the unusual service of rendering the King a white capon whenever he rode past), and about 44

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Perrott, Bristol, eoach builders-S. Mann and Co. Kingston-upnlt-Hull, mustard manufactirrrs-D. E. Forbes ald XV. R. Drake, Warnford court, attorneys-Stander and Broadbridge, Boughton-under-the- Blean, Kent, builders-T. Landon and J. Walker, Jermyn street, military tailors-S. and J. W. Martiti, Poole, salt merchants- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAND, in Bran. etou Street. TIIS DAY (FRIDAY). PEREMPTORY SALE OF TEN SUPERIOR MODERN PIA*NoPFoFTEA. By J. Kirkman and SOn Broadbridge and Co. Oet zinana and Plumb Rolle and Co. Zeitter Holcoambe Burling ond Burling Serquat, and other Makers. M Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 Iurms, Mr. W. Jaokson, of the Blakedown Nurseries, a Kidderminster, took 3rd prize, 21;, for 24 carnations IMr. t, Broadbridge, gardener to Sir a. Mordaunt, Walton a HOuse Warwick, had 10s., for 12 nicotees ; Mr. J. Crans- w Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the following peaches :-Gros Mignonne, Belle de la Croix, and Teten de Venus ; and E leage nectarines. Messrs. Evans, Broadbridge, and Cox also staged nice collections. New pleants are always an Important and essentisi feature in one of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which Sussex was the birthplace, and Lillywhite anl Broadbridge the great exponents. tNothing, however, came of the piotest. The n=atehi was played; most of the protesters took part in it Lillywhite adnd Broadbridge bowled unVchallenged, and En=gland wovn by twenty-four Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, B

    246. -, Fran., indicted and outlawed, forfeited lands of, 246. Broad , Jacob, bailiff to the sheriff of Middlesex, 339. Broadbridge , John, et al ., owners of the John & Thomas , petition of, 159, 160. Broadhurst , John,

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Channel Tunnel and public opinion, 1883

    Wheeler . James Paramor, Margate . Andrew Jackson , Secretary Salford Tinners. R. W. Waterhouse , John Miller , Thos. Broadbridge , and others,' Working Men's Institute, Mor¬ ton Road, S.W. John Marchant , Anthony Bradley , Kendall . George Subscribers-only content

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