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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cowfold Cowfold and Shermanbury 1909

    68 At least two small brick farm houses, Baldwins and Graffields, were built in the 18th century and the timber-framed Chates was apparently built after 1733 69 as two symmetrical cottages with a central stack. The farmhouses were fairly evenly

    Cowfold Manors and other estates

    stream, namely Frithland, Frithknowle , and Parkgate (formerly Patchgate), and Westridge (formerly Ridge or Ridgeland) in the south-east quarter and Chates (or Singers) in the south-west. 25 What was referred to in 1764 as COWFOLD manor, when sold with Beeding

  • * British History Online *

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    Venice, January 1620, 11-15, 01 January 1620-31 January 1620

    Thomas Conte. Sergeant: Thomas Smit. do. sick: Roger Bredimer. Drummer: Anthony Legreir. do. John Stela. Soldiers: Primo Lovertin Thom as Chates. Walter Ralci. Robert Uschach. Thomas Giars. Robert Tomate. Richard Clin. Zuanne Streton. John Bli. Zuanne Chiesle. Thomas Pacht. George

    Index, C, 01 January 1619-31 December 1621

    Charlton , co. Wilts: James at, 354 n . Chartres [Eure et Loire, France ] : despatches dated from, 21. Chates , Thomas, English mercenary, 131. cheese, Piacentine, 82. Chem , Anfrido, English mercenary, 130. Cherbi , Thomas, English mercenary,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fally Dlit Coal 3I )it l rook ptie Gamese 'l'homas, (t: Tottenatma-courb road liaoaval Auegarte, .7 A~lred dtcccl, lalingtcn Galpe Chates, Greait steer', H-tndon G;, rit: Abraitata, 1117 Prted street Ga, th Itichbrd, 14 UGiper Bedturd place G(anle GltaC. lark Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5s. 1015. k 23 Os. nary Registe Stove: all the heating sfat, ta wall do ....Os. Gd. to 30s.- Easy Chates, stuffed out prominently in the room. The eanopy faresA French Moddrateur Lamps (complete with Chim- horsehair ...... 7se. Gd. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sellers £15. cdlebrash, £61 e athe t mon Sdths 6. d c, and £5aslesotio all thdoe year; no buyers, 0 Chates. 1,d.c 100tn: vlesible. stork, Hll5,0t tons.a Englsh tough £12 9d, lie 4c. 64 .d.Span sh , i' . 1pele Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rest and Gas. D E'Y JOILN OSU.MPTON, THIS DAY (Mionday), £at, 21Montpellier Street., Camp Hlil-tbe 11017SEIOIID FUIRNITtU]lE; hue-sehair Coedsb, borschair-seated Chates, Chests I Sale. as Two o'ClOck. CulIces, ill Old Square. 081&3 Under a Dead of Assignment, antI Heomeed for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Valuable FULL-COMPASS COTTAGE PIAN-OFOR1TE, by Cellard and Collard, in burr- walnut wood ewee; and others by Sebastian XMerrer and Chates; two Excellent AX7AINSTE1I. CARPETS, each 23ft. by lft. Sit;, a. Wilton-pile Carpet, for double drawing room;ý 29fth by lift,; Subscribers-only content

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