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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 9th November 1833

    dinner came Aunt Sophia. I stayed up till ½ past 9. Lady Louisa brought me two beautiful canary birds from Buxted . I was soon in bed and asleep. Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence)

    Saturday 9th November 1833

    dinner came Aunt Sophia. I stayed up till ½ past 9. Lady Louisa brought me two beautiful canary birds from Buxted . I was soon in bed and asleep. Version Queen Victoria's handwriting Volume 4 12th August 1833-19th May 1834

    Saturday 16th November 1833

    got up at ½ past 7. At ½ past 8 we breakfasted. At 11 the Lady Jenkinsons left us for Buxted . At 1 we lunched. At 2 came Mrs.Pitt and her son. She is the intimate friend of Mary,

    Saturday 16th November 1833

    got up at ½ past 7. At ½ past 8 we breakfasted. At 11 the Lady Jenkinsons left us for Buxted . At 1 we lunched. At 2 came Mrs.Pitt and her son. She is the intimate friend of Mary,

    Thursday 16th April 1835

    at 8. At a ¼ to 9 we breakfasted. At ½ past 9 we left Kensington with Lehzen &c., for Buxted , which we reached at 2. We then lunched. After luncheon we walked out with Lady Catherine and Lehzen,

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1670 (1563)

    But I refused to talke with you at the first. For I remembred not that you were the Parson of Buxted: wherefore I sayde to him, I woulde not vtter my faythe to anye but to the Byshoppe. I saide,

    Queene Mary. The second examination of Richard Woodman martyr.

    Marshalsee with my Keeper.¶ The third examination of Richard Woodman (copied with his owne hand) before D. Langdall parson of Buxted in Sussex, and Chaplaine to my Lord Montague, and M. Iames Gage, at my Lord Montagues house beside S.

    Book 6, page 1668 (1563)

    came agayne to the Marshalsee with my keper.¶ The third examination of Rychard Woodmā had before D. Langdall, Persone of Buxted in Sussex, and Chaplein to my Lord Montague, and maister Iames Gage, at my Lorde Mountagues house, beside S.

    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    Actes and Monumentes of the churcherunning title across gutter.For what place was ther almost in al þe realm, where þe Popes ministers did not besturre thē, murthering some or other, as in the acts of this ecclesiasticall historie may

    Queene Mary. The iij. Examination of Richard VVoodman, Martyr.

    Queene Mary. The iij. Examination of Richard VVoodman, Martyr.1557. Iune.which be to long to rehearse: but I will declare the substaunce of them.Religion estemed by auncitors, and grandfathers, & by place.Lang. What thinke you of them that dyed lōg

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Buxted

    Hospitals Buxted 34. THE HOSPITAL OF BUXTED William Heron , Lord Say and Sele, by his will made in 1404 , desired his executors to complete the hospital which he had begun at Buxted for six, or at the least

    Collegiate churches South Malling

    dean of South Malling deanery, containing the churches of Ringmer , Framfield , and Southeram, which were prebendal, Cliffe , Buxted with Uckfield chapel, Edburton , Ifield , Mayfield , Stanmer , Wadhurst , and Glynde . The church of

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    of a tragedy, for in 1287 one William Potel hanged himself 'in the hermitage of Seford.' 10 Certain caves at Buxted are traditionally ascribed to hermits, and there was certainly a hermitage near Winchelsea , for in December, 1536 ,

    Parishes Send with Ripley

    de Weston without issue in 1485 41 Dedswell passed to his sis ter Margaret, who married first William Welles of Buxted in Sussex and second John Appesley. She died in 1512 leaving a son and heir John Welles . 42

    Parishes Southover Anne of Cleves House - Lewes - PARISH CHURCH of ST. JOHN the BAPTIST SOUTHOVER

    used in the monument of Edward Shirley at Isfield Church . It was discovered by Dr. Clarke , rector of Buxted , and was removed to Southover Church in 1775 at the expense of Sir William Burrell . Seventy years

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, June 1608, 01 June 1608-30 June 1608

    "Mr Innocent Lainer for teachinge George Mason and for his table." p. (Box U/54.) Below: Receipt dated June 12, 1608. Buxted Quarry. 1608, June 13 to July 23. "The booke of monye disbursed at Buckested for the right honorable the

    State Papers, 1658, May (1 of 4), 01 May 1658-31 May 1658

    Cookefeeld in the county of Sussex, sent a messenger to this examinant to meet him at Marsfeeld (a mile off Buxted, the place where the examinant liveth) about some law businesse; and accordingly this examinant did immediately meet the said

    Index, B, 01 January 1619-30 June 1623

    Thurles (his son) Mr. Butt , Giles de, see Van Pute. Butter (Welsh) Button , Sir Thos., Captain of the Ph nix Sir Wm., Bart. Buxted rectory Bylaud , lordship of Byng , see Binge. Byrom , Sir John, sen. Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    250 Bucke , John, suspected Jesuit agent petition to Cecil, 73 Buckeridge , John, Bishop of Rochester 191 Buckested. See Buxted Buckett (Buckitt), Roland, painter paints pictures for chapel at Hatfield, 202 his bill for work done at Hatfield House,

    James 1 - volume 147, June 17-30 1623, 17 June 1623-30 June 1623

    daughter to his former wife's sister. [ Docquet . ] June 26. Presentation of Mich. Glyd to the rectory of Buxted, with the chapel of Uckfield, co. Sussex, [ Docquet . ] June 26. Inner Temple. 65. The Attorney General Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Clarke, 15/7/1761

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 116709 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Clarke Forename William Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 15/7/1761 Office/Status Rector Location Buxted// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.V/8/7-88 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Archbishop of Canterbury/ 0- 0 Comment

    Joseph Wright, 15/7/1761

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 116710 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Wright Forename Joseph Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 15/7/1761 Office/Status Curate Location Buxted// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.V/8/7-88 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Archbishop of Canterbury/ 0- 0 Comment

    Wm. Clarke, 25/7/1766

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 116727 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Clarke Forename Wm. Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 25/7/1766 Office/Status Rector Location Buxted// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.V/8/7-88 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Archbishop of Canterbury/ 0- 0 Comment

    Owen Evans, 25/7/1766

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 116728 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Evans Forename Owen Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 25/7/1766 Office/Status Curate Location Buxted// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.V/8/7-88 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Archbishop of Canterbury/ 0- 0 Comment

    Edwd. Clarke, 9/9/1771

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 116745 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Clarke Forename Edwd. Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 9/9/1771 Office/Status Rector Location Buxted// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.V/8/7-88 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Archbishop of Canterbury/ 0- 0 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after her arrival on the Monday. It has been expected that the Queen would pay Lord Liverpool a visit at Buxted place. The will of the late Lord Sydenham, which is made only the day previous to his lamented death, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mnnanfactrarersS Lea and Co. Birmrioghans, mairstera. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED. P. H.Ward, Arbour terrace, Commercial road, tallow chandler. 4 BANKRUPTS. J- Holland, Buxted, Sussex, draper. [Lofty and Potter, King street, Cheapside' FLeaveriGreatC1oxwell Berkshire, baker. [Clarke and Co. Lincoln's inn fields. ' IV. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to be granted, unless cause be shown to the con- trary on the day of meeting, September 26, J. Holland, Buxted, Sussex, draper-September 26, K. S. Sasby, Old Fish street, wine merchant-October 4, W, Taft, Balne mill, near Wakefield, alkali Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the contrary on or before October 1. J. F. Garnett, Wellington street, Southwark, hatter-J. Royle, Manchester, corn dealer-J. Holland, Buxted, Sussex, draper-G. Muir, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, draper. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Watt, Edinburgh, toy merchant-D. Miln, Dundee, grocer (deceased)-H. Leck, Glasgow, mansfacturer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, ale merchant- Jan. 17, `W. Chamberlain, Peckham, linen draper-Jan. 17, J. Woollam, St Alban's, silk throwster-Jan. 17, J. Holland, Buxted, Sussex, draper-Jan. 21, B. O'Beirne, Bath, wine merchant-Jan. 16, G, B.Orchard, Bath, upholsterer-Jan. 23, H. Drake, Barnstaple, attorney-at-law-Jan. 24, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1829, 17 March 1829

    Lordships, " as Protestant ^ re an '' " Legislators, as British Lords, and as accountable I>ay iogdon's Chapel, T cester: Incorporf Xrades of purufries Fletching &c: East De & Fristo Selraesti &c: Hadlow Down: Buxted Mayfiel " Christians, Alfristt Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1829, 17 March 1829

    purufries: pletehing, &c: icombe el: ;rip : East Dean & Friston: Selraeston, &c: erry el, iffe tvay • Hadlow Down: Buxted; Mayfield; And also, Upon reading the Petition of the Seven Incorporated Trades of the Royal Burgh of Dumfries, under Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Lady Huntingdon's Chapel, Worcester ; Incorporated Trades of Dumfries; Fletching, &c.; East Dean and Friston; Selmeston, &c.; Hadlow Down ; Buxted ; Mayfield ; Alfris- ton, &c.; Stowe Maries and Cold Norton; Westhampiiett; Barby; Protestant Dissenting Ministers of London and Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 12 December 1833

    Road, what was the Nature of the Material you might have got near at Hand A hard Stone, just by Buxted and Mayfield; there is some of the best hard Stone in the County there, but it was on private Subscribers-only content

    11 August 1834, 11 August 1834

    Es¬ tablishment, Pet"s for Pro¬ tection of: (Buxted :) Sutton at Hone & Wilmington : ] 1° Augusti. u Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of and Residents in the Parish of Buxted, in; the County of Sussex, whose Subscribers-only content

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