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  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Clutton, 24/2/1815

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 7626 Linked to person: Clutton, John 1785-1815 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Clutton Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 24/2/1815 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location

    Laurentius Alcock, 15/4/1624

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 151348 Linked to person: Alcocke, Laurentius 1619-1635 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Alcock Forename Laurentius Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 15/4/1624 Office/Status Preacher Clerical Status Location //

    Edward Bragge, 8/5/1597

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 274514 Linked to person: Bragge, Edward 0-1599 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Bragge Forename Edward Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 8/5/1597 Office/Status Prebendary Clerical Status Location

    Thomas Leame, 19/3/1591

    Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Leame Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Date 19/3/1591 Office/Status (Other) Clerical Status Location Chichester// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, STD.III/1 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment

    Henry Worley, 6/5/1585

    Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Worley Forename Henry Title Qualification (Other) University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Date 6/5/1585 Office/Status Chancellor Clerical Status Location Chichester// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, STD.III/1 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Map of the rape of Chichester

    Map of the rape of Chichester Map of the rape of Chichester The Rape of Chichester (Boundaries of the Hundreds are marked with thick broken lines)

    Hospitals Rumboldswyke, Chichester

    Hospitals Rumboldswyke, Chichester 38. THE HOSPITAL OF RUMBOLDSWYKE , CHICHESTER There seems to have been a small lazar-house outside the south gate of Chichester in the suburb of Rumboldswyke, as William de Kainesham, early in the thirteenth century, gave money

    Houses of Franciscan Friars Chichester

    Houses of Franciscan Friars Chichester 25. HOUSE OF FRANCISCAN FRIARS, CHICHESTER The date at which the Franciscans first came to Chichester is not known, but it may well have been soon after their arrival in England in 1225 , as

    Classes of documents in the Sussex Record Offices

    VOLUME Add. MSS. Additional Manuscripts CP County Council, Certified Plans Cap. Dean and Chapter, Chichester , records E School records Ep. Episcopal records Ep. I Chichester Diocese and Archdeaconry Ep. 1/22-3 Churchwardens' Presentments and Ministers' Articles of Enquiry Ep. 1/25

    The City of Chichester The port

    Butler was appointed for ' Seaford , Shoreham and Chichester ' in 1325 , 27 for the same three ports, giving priority to Chichester in 1327 , 28 and for ' Chichester , Seaford , Shoreham and Portsmouth ' in

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    thynke I doo not allowe Byshoppes and priestes mariages, let them loke in my first examination, before the Byshoppe of Chichester (that nowe is) durynge thys my imprisonment now, and ther they shal finde what I haue sayde in the

    Quene Mary. The ij. Examination of Richard VVoodman, Martyr.

    I say to thee, thou shalt not eate of this table. What do I meane thereby?The man. The Byshop of Chichester rightly aunswered of hys man according to hys question.Forsoth my Lord, you would not haue me eate of this

    Book 6, page 1678 (1563)

    whiche is not so. For I was not apprehended for heresye at the fyrst, neyther dyd myne olde Lorde of Chichester trauayle with me, to pull mee from heresye, as you sayd. for I helde none then, neyther doo I

    Book 6, page 1654 (1563)

    the sunne and god the holy ghost both now & euer. Amē.The examination of Richard woodman before the bishop of Chichester, as it was reported by his own hand writyng.FVrthermore, you shal vnderstande that I was sent from the Sheriffes

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    as much as I wyll saye: excommunicate me if you will. I am not of your dioces. The Byshoppe of Chichester is mine Ordinary. Let him do it, if you will all gates haue my bloud, that it maye bee

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STRYVELYNE, Robert, of Chichester, Suss.

    STRYVELYNE, Robert, of Chichester, Suss. Constituency Dates Chichester Nov. 1414 Chichester 1417 Chichester May 1421 Biography During Whit week of 1409 John Hay, the mayor of Chichester, sent Stryvelyne with John Dolyte* and William Farnhurst* to recover a concealed bag

    SHERARE, John, of Chichester, Suss.

    of Chichester, Suss. Constituency Dates Chichester Oct. 1377 Lewes 1378 Chichester Jan. 1380 Chichester 1381 Chichester May 1382 Chichester Oct. 1382 Chichester Oct. 1383 Chichester Nov. 1384 Chichester 1385 Chichester 1386 Chichester Jan. 1390 Chichester 1391 Chichester 1393 Chichester 1395

    NEEL, Thomas (d.1410), of Chichester, Suss.

    Thomas (d.1410), of Chichester, Suss. Constituency Dates Chichester 1406 Chichester 1407 Biography It seems likely that Thomas was a younger brother, or possibly even a son by an early, undocumented marriage of William Neel*, the vintner of Chichester and London,

    FARNHURST, William, of Chichester, Suss.

    of Chichester, Suss. Constituency Dates Chichester 1415 Chichester Mar. 1416 Chichester May 1421 Chichester 1422 Biography In about 1402 Agnes, widow of Richard Bales, petitioned the chancellor regarding the difficulties she had encountered while attempting to take ship from Chichester

    DOLYTE (TOLITE), John, of Chichester, Suss.

    DOLYTE (TOLITE), John, of Chichester, Suss. Constituency Dates Chichester 1406 Chichester 1419 Chichester Dec. 1421 Chichester 1433 Biography Dolyte was perhaps a parishioner of the church at Chidham, on Chichester harbour, for it was there that his son Richard was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ei Eglwys, ac o'i gyflog; ond an nid. yw yn talu. sylw i ddim. Dywedir y gorfodir y- E1sgob Chichester i-roddi ?ddcdfryd mewn grym, a'r ond nid yw ef yn foddlawni Isymud cam yn y ;h- ffordd hon; ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    orall yrwytbuos ddiwedd- vn af, sylwodd E sgob Bangor ei fad f yn eydolygn a'r a- hyn a ddywedai Esgob Chichester, sef fod y teinmlad d- oedd yn gorwedd wrth wraidd yr awvdd am gyffesu a yn gorw-dd ynAdwfn yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18, Ripon 18, Winchester 17, Gloucester . e a Bristol 16, York 16, Lincoln 16, Norwich 16, 1 Rochester 13, Chichester 13, Salisbury 2, Canter- i bury 12, Manchester 11, Worcester 10, Chester 10, I Durham 9, Peterborough 6, Hereford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei hun, vn ddyn ieu- anc, yn cael eistedd rhwng yr Arglwydd Ganghellydd ac Archesgob Caergaint. Siaradodd wedi hyny Esgob Chichester, Esgob Rhydyphain, Justice Mellish, Canon Liddon, Syr T. D. Acland, M.D., Mr. Matthew Arnold, D C.L., Mr. Chase, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dweyd wrthym am ysgolion Woodard yn esgobaeth Lichfield, acy mae yrysgolion hyny svdd wedi bod rwrthi er's blynyddoedd yn esgobaeth Chichester, yn . raddol, ac yn sir vn myned o dan wreiddiau Protes- r taniaeth y dosbarth canolradd yn ein Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 May 1689, 1 May 1689

    Lovelace, the Archbifhop of " Canterbury, the Bifhops of St. Afaph, Brifiol, Pe- '" terburrough, Ely, Bath and Wells, and Chichester, ha- " ving been defired by the Lords of the Committee <s to caufe to be brought this Day Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1689, 22 May 1689

    Brooke. Lord Howard of Effingham. Lord Paget. Lord Conyers. Lord Ferrers. Bifhop of Oxford. Biftiop of St. David's. Bilhop of Chichester. Bifliop of Peterborough. Bifhop of Norwich. Bifliop of Bath & Wells. Bifliop of Ely. Bifhop of Gloucester. Bifliop of Subscribers-only content

    20 November 1690, 20 November 1690

    L. Ferrers. Rochester. L. North. L. Chandos. E. E. Huntingdon. *' g^ E. Pembrooh. ^ ߣ Cheiter, E. Bridgewater. ^x\>. Chichester.!,. Sidney, \ E. Mulgrave. e L> Herbert, J E. Stamford. L< Qulpeper. E. Bath. L. Clifford. E. Craven. L# Subscribers-only content

    21 November 1700, 21 November 1700

    Sixteenth Day of January next: And this Parliament is pro- rogued accordingly to Thurfday the Sixteenth Day of " January next." ¦> ¦ DieMartis, 22° Aprilis, 1701^ examined by us* De Longueville. HUNSDON. Jo. Chichester, Jeffreys. « By Parliament prorogued. Subscribers-only content

    31 December 1701, 31 December 1701

    H. Herefordens. " Lawarr. "Devonshire. Byron. Carnarvon. Sy. Elien^. " N. Cestriens, "Berkeley. Jeffrey^. Edw. Gloucester. " Thanet. " Jo. Chichester. "Sat & Shale. " Ja. Lincoln 2 "BuRLINGTOJU. "Grantham. Peterborow. " Stawell. Tho. Roffen. " SCARSDALE. FeVjiRSHAM. LoVELACE. "DORSETT. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Harmony Lodge

    559 Lodge Number (1792): 468 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Dolphin Inn, West Street, Chichester, Sussex 1790

    Lodge of Friendship

    Fleece," East Street, Chichester, a short time, whilst the Swan was being rebuilt. Notes (2): United with " Lodge of 'Harmony" No. 52 [No. 35, Ancients, of 13 March 1812], in 1828. Meeting Places Swan, East Street, Chichester, Sussex 1811

    Lodge of St. John

    in 1695. Notes (2): No Lodge therefor 20 years. - Eng. List, 1769. Meeting Places Swan, East Street, Chichester, Sussex 1724 Dolphin, West Street, Chichester, Sussex 1734 White Horse, South Street, Chichester, Sussex 1738 Dolphin, West Street, Chichester, Sussex 1750

    St. Richard's Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Vicar's Hall, Chichester, Sussex, England 1922 Vicar's Hall, South Street, Chichester, Sussex, England 1954 Masonic Hall, 92 The Hornet, Chichester, Sussex, England 1959 Masonic Hall, South Pallant, Chichester, Sussex, England 1971

    Witterings Lodge

    (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , South Pallant , Chichester, Sussex , England 1978

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 6th December 1850

    regarding the proceedings of the Pope, & against the Romanizing tendency of a certain Party in our Church. Lords Ashley, Chichester & Charles Russell have made very good & strong speeches. I regret some of the too violent expressions against

    Friday 10th May 1839

    Dressed after dinner. At 10 I went as usual into the 1st Ballroom, where were all my people. Little Adolphus Chichester , poor Lord Templemore 's son, kissed hands as Page; a very pretty boy. The Grand-duke, attended by Count

    Saturday 6th July 1839

    Islay J.Russell Lady Elizabeth Hope Lady M. Fox Lady Mary Ld Brougham Ld Gardner Lord Brougham Lord Chichester Lord Erroll Lord Gardner Lord Hastings Lord Tweedale Mr. Owen Mr.Greenwood Sir F Sir Frederic Uxbridge Featured Places Chichester Durham Pavilion Scotland

    Saturday 6th July 1839

    last night; only 3 bishops voted with us,- Norwich, Durham and Chichester . I asked if many of our friends voted against us; some did, he replied; Lord Chichester did; Lilford very nearly did, and Conyngham stayed away; the Bishop

    Tuesday 1st December 1846

    Everywhere, crowds of people & Portsmouth was very full. We changed horses at Havant, a small place, & then, at Chichester , where there was a great crowd, the people being very kind & civil (as they always are, when

 

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