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    JEFFREY, John (c.1524-78), of Chiddingly, Suss.

    (c.1524-78), of Chiddingly, Suss. Constituency Dates Clitheroe 1563 East Grinstead 1571 Sussex 1572 Ofifces Held Lent reader, G. Inn 1561; serjeant-at-law 1567; Queen’s serjeant 15 Oct. 1572; j.p. Cornw., Devon, Dorset, Hants, Som., Suss., Wilts. from c.1573; j. Queen’s bench,

    CHURCHER, Thomas (c.1542-1616), of Chiddingly; later of Slinfold, Suss.

    before his belated admission to the Inner Temple, when he was described as of Chiddingly. In October 1570 he had been granted arms as of Chiddingly, Sussex, the manor being quitclaimed to him in 1573. By the early 1580s he

    SACKVILLE, John I (by 1484-1557), of Mount Bures, Essex, Withyham and Chiddingly, Suss.

    of Mount Bures, Essex, Withyham and Chiddingly, Suss. Constituency Dates East Grinstead 1542 Ofifces Held J.p. Essex 1513-24, Suss. 1524-d.; commr. subsidy, Essex 1523, 1524, Suss. 1546, loan, Essex 1524, musters, Suss. 1539, relief 1550; other commissions 1530-d.; sheriff, Surr.

    WODEFOLD, William, of Lewes, Suss.

    WODEFOLD, William, of Lewes, Suss. Constituency Dates Lewes Dec. 1421 Lewes 1423 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Suss. Nov. 1419. Biography When named as a collector of parliamentary subsidies in 1419, Wodefeld was described as ‘of Chiddingly’. However, two years

    SACKVILLE, John (d.1619), of Brede; later of Sedlescombe, Suss.

    first cousin of Thomas Sackville, later Lord Buckhurst, was the 1563 Member for East Grinstead rather than John Sackville of Chiddingly, Sir Richard’s second cousin. He would have been returned through the influence of his powerful relatives. As late as

    FENNINGHAM, William, of East Grinstead and Waldron, Suss.

    in his chosen profession is Fenningham’s emergence as a landowner in east Sussex, where he purchased property at Arlington and Chiddingly, and took up residence at Waldron. His landed interests at Hellingly (where Halle had lived), included property held as

    MICHELL, Thomas (by 1492-1551), of Worth, Suss.

    Horley and Burstow. He joined the ranks of ironmill owners in Sussex in 1536 when he acquired the manor of Chiddingly; in 1546 Sheffield Forge bought 65 tons of iron from him. He also obtained the lease of the Hampshire

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