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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 Victoria County History

    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 Victoria County History

    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 , Victoria County History

    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 Victoria County History

    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 Victoria County History

    The borough of Hove

    of £6 13 s . 4 d . to be paid to the poor of Lewes , Hove , and Buxted . 47 In that year she settled Upwick on herself for life, with remainder to Thomas Pounde and the Victoria County History

    Parishes Sutton Benger

    opened on the north side of High Street in 1958 by Western Poultry Packers. In 1987 the factory, owned by Buxted Chicken Ltd., prepared weekly c . 400,000 chickens reared in local broiler houses, including some beside Sutton Lane . Victoria County History

    Parishes Great Somerford

    188 Also in the 1960s a chicken battery farm was established at Startley to supply the Sutton Benger factory of Buxted Chicken Ltd. 189 The only woodland in the parish was the extension of Seagry wood in the south-west corner: Victoria County History

    Sompting

    held the manor in 1559 , 50 and in 1602 he or a namesake sold it to John Langworth of Buxted (d. 1614), who in 1611 settled it on his fourth son Anthony. 51 In 1618 Anthony conveyed it to Victoria County History

    Friern Barnet Introduction FRIERN BARNET IN 1783 FRIERN BARNET

    acquired in 1908 by the British Land Co. 92 By 1911 Ashurst , Petworth , Bramber , Warnham , and Buxted roads had been laid out between Woodhouse Road and Friern Park and the first two had been built up. Victoria County History

    The borough of Brighton Former PARISH CHURCH of ST. NICHOLAS BRIGHTON

    with the British Channel'. 3 Very few travellers can be found like the Rev. William Clarke , the vicar of Buxted , who stayed at Brighton with his family for the summer of 1736 and could sun himself on the Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    (d. 1775), Jane, John, Patty, m. Ric. Clough , Prudence, w. of Jas., fam., Butt , Clara, Butterfield , Wm., Buxted , Byfield , Geo., Byne : Edm., Eliz., w. of Edm., m. Rob. Leeves , Frances, Jas. (fl. 1285), Victoria County History

    Index A-Z

    Bush , John, 171 Butler : A. S., and his w. Lois, 91 T. G., 109 butter making , 20 Buxted Chicken Ltd ., 201, 226 Buxton : E.J.M., 140 Eliz., see Jacob John, 123 Sir John , Bt., 123, Victoria County History

    WESTON, William II (d.c.1419), of Dedswell in Send, Surr. and Hindhall in Buxted, Suss.

    acquired the manor of Dedswell in Send, together with property in Sussex situated at Buxted, Fletching and Grinstead. Certainly, our William Weston held lands at Buxted worth £20 a year, according to the assessments made in 1412, as well as History of Parliament

    MEDLEY, George (1720-96), of Buxted Place, Suss.

    (1720-96), of Buxted Place, Suss. Constituency Dates Seaford 1768 1780 East Grinstead 3 May 1783 1790 Biography George Medley was a wine merchant in Portugal, where he ‘amassed an immense property, a part of which he lost in the ravages History of Parliament

    TINGLEDEN (DINGLEDEN), John (by 1520-51), of Reigate, Surr.

    between his wife, son and daughter. He appointed his wife executrix and John Millicent, (Sir) Thomas Saunders and James Skinner overseers. His widow took as her second husband Nicholas Pope of Buxted, Sussex, by whom she had seven more children.[footnote] History of Parliament

    FIENNES, Sir Roger (1384-1449), of Herstmonceux, Suss.

    Sir Roger lived to see his sibling’s promotion, but not to hear of Suffolk’s impeachment, for his will, made at Buxted on 29 Oct., was proved on 18 Nov. He may well have shared his brother’s unpopularity, for his own History of Parliament

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