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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Rottingdean BALSDEAN CHAPEL PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARGARET ROTTINGDEAN

    he died in 1713 . His wife Mary survived until 1726, and their only daughter Elizabeth married Henry Streatfield of Chiddingstone . 71 One knight's fee in Rottingdean was held in 1242 -3 of Earl Warenne 72 and the overlordship

    Parishes Oxted

    Streatfield . 110 He devised it in 1786 to his wife for her life, with remainder to Henry Streatfield of Chiddingstone in Kent . The widow and Henry conveyed it to John Wells , a banker of Wigmore in Bromley

    Parishes Ovingdean PARISH CHURCH of ST. WULFRAM OVINGDEAN

    in 1694 to Richard Beard . 25 Richard died before 1714 and his only child Elizabeth married Henry Streatfield of Chiddingstone , in Kent , at about that time. 26 This estate was subsequently p urchased of the Streatfields by

    Parishes St John in Bedwardine

    the manor of Boughton in 1719 . 225 The manor was sold in 1729 by William Gower , then of Chiddingstone , co. Kent , to Joseph Weston , a merchant of Worcester . 226 Gower of Suckley . Argent

    Index A - K

    Chester , bp. of, see Cartwright, Thos. Chevrollais , Francois-Jos ., 124, 147 Chichester , bp. of, see King, Hen. Chiddingstone ( Kent ), 166 Chigwell , 338, 350, 352 coaches, 343 King's Place, 195 Luxborough , 346 Monkhams fm.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 11-20 Elizabeth I (1568-78)

    [18 Oct. ] Rowe (Thomas), Alderman. 7 To Mary his wife lands and tenements in the parishes of Leighe and Chiddingstone, co. Kent, for life; remainders to William and Robert his sons in successive tail. To the Master and Wardens

    Index, C, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    Stanhope. Chesterton , co. Cambridge, 34. Chetwin , Phil., 118. Chichester , co. Sussex, 71. Chichester , Sir John, 578. Chiddingstone , co. Kent, 29. Chiffinch , Dorothy, petition of, 269. Chilcomb , co. Hants, 42. Child , John, 248. Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 266, February 1598, 01 February 1598-28 February 1598

    and councillor born, the want of means may suppress and disable. With a note of the lands referred to; viz. Chiddingstone, Cobham, and Tihurst. Mortgaged to Rob. Stratfeild for 1,040 l . To be paid 3 April, and my Lord Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 13 April 1831, 13 April 1831-13 April 1831

    of Kent , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Chiddingstone: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at the Wesleyan Chapel at Chiddingstone , in the County of Kent , whose

    Volume 181, May 1658, 11-20, 01 May 1658-31 May 1658

    . ] Annexing , 47 . I. Certificate by the inhabitants of Cowden and the neighbouring parishes of Etonbridge, Hever, Chiddingstone, and Penshurst, to the truth of the above . 53 signatures , 5 being by mark . [1 sheet Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILLOUGHBY, Thomas (d. bef. 1596), of Bore Place, Kent.

    Willoughby of Kent is likely to have been acceptable both to the Earl and to Wilkes. At Bore Place and Chiddingstone he was a near neighbour of the Sidneys of Penhurst, with whom his relationship was close and friendly. In

    CLINTON, Sir Thomas (d.1415), of Amington, Warws. and Hunton, Kent.

    issue). The principal family estates passed to the new Lord Clinton, but certain other properties in Kent (notably those at Chiddingstone and Hever), which the old lord had held in gavelkind, were divided between all the male heirs, namely, Lord

    COBHAM, John (d.1399), of Hever, Kent and Devon.

    she left him £5 in her will; he was described as ‘of Devon’ when dealing with land at Hever and Chiddingstone in 1383; and even the inscription on the monumental brass placed on his tomb in Hever church calls him

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 April 1831, 13 April 1831

    reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at the Wesleyan Chapel at Chiddingstone, in the County of Kent, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Bideford ; Hollingbourne; West Buckland; and Faversham, 412. — St. Germans and Mynard Chapels ; Elham ; Salem Chapel, Chatham; Chiddingstone; Treworlas Chapel, Philleigh; Dover; Lerreu; Swimbridge; Bredgar; Mailing; Collis Street; Newington; Sittingbourne; Millbrook; Boughton; Hawley Square Chapel, Margate; Pauls Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Tawstock ; and Challacombe, 759.—Staverton; and High Littleton and Hallatrow, 760.—South Tawton ; Beaford ; Roborough; Slapton; Midsomer Norton ; Chiddingstone ; Sevenoaks; Lambeth; Riverhead; St. Mark's, Kenning- ton; Roydon; Whitchurch; and Queen Charlton, 767.— Hambledon; Frithelstock; Wear Gifford; and Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Chesterfield, 48. Chesterford, Great and Little, 364. Che- vening, 454. Cheverell, Great, 472. Cheverell Parva, 472. Chicklade, 472. Chiddesden, 592. Chiddingstone, 454. Chil- bolton, 473. Chilcombe, 502. Chillingham, 443. Chilling- ton, 108. Chilmark, 472. Chilthorne Domer and other Places, 522. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    Chesterton, 62 a. Chew Magna, 490 a. Chewstoke, 490 b. Chewton Mendip, 72 b. Cnichester, 24 b. 109 a. Chiddingstone, 413 a. Chilcompton, 57 a. Chillesford, 453 b. Chilmondiston, 71b. Chilsworthy, 62 b. Chiltington, 450 a. Chinnock, 73 b. Chippenham, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    william streatfield, 25/9/1814

    Surname streatfield Forename william Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Date 25/9/1814 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location chiddingstone// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCA, DCb, VC IA/9a/1-4 (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Manners Sutton, Charles/Canterbury Province 1805- 1828

    george bale, 26/9/1821

    Surname bale Forename george Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Date 26/9/1821 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location chiddingstone// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCA, DCb, VC IA/9a/1-4 (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Manners Sutton, Charles/Canterbury Province 1805- 1828

    george richard boissur, 3/3/1828

    boissur Forename george richard Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Date 3/3/1828 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location chiddingstone// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCA, DCb, VC IA/9a/1-4 (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Manners Sutton, Charles/Canterbury Province 1805- 1828

    Walter Walker Ward, 13/8/1747

    CCEd Record ID: 18315 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Walker Ward Forename Walter Title Dr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 13/8/1747 Office/Status Rector Location Chiddingstone// OTHER INFORMATION Source CKS, DRb/Am/4 (Muniment Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wilcocks, Joseph/Rochester 1731- 1756 Comment

    Unknown Tennison, 18/6/1734

    ID: 18447 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Tennison Forename Unknown Title Dr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 18/6/1734 Office/Status Rector Location Chiddingstone// OTHER INFORMATION Source CKS, DRb/Am/4 (Muniment Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wilcocks, Joseph/Rochester 1731- 1756 Comment Forename left blank

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., Mti., of a son-On the ialt, at IekworthG Lady Arthnr Harvey, of a daughter-Oai te 10th, Mrs Stregt'lold, of Chiddingstone, of a s on. iaaies.-On the 7te , at Cickillel Suff'olkc. by the aevo Edward Forbes, M.A., Lieut.-Co. Carmichael, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    best and. shoe msoufaemurers-Sept le, J Williams, Cardiff, draper. lBirtho,-Oa the lstt, the.Countesi of'Greaised, of a daughter-On the 20th, at Chiddingstone the wile of H D Streoitfeild, of a sun-On the 22nd, at Roe- hampton, the wife of E IM~joribanltc, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ensus racebter of Plrtltii SlwErd, of nev r A HEci;tp iooUrYo _sOes.ia the her lust , at the P'srislh Cthail Chiddingstone, et (,y th tie E. Rev L B.if. iee, B3 A., rotort, Arthu? Egerton, sldes son of the late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    think should ever become veal or beef. Mr. Olver Baker interprets for us a group of " Old Houses at Chiddingstone" (473) with great ability and skill. Mr. Wetherbee's "A Modern Ruth" (477) and " A Fisher Maiden" (486) are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    21, at the Superintendent Rcglttrax's-oflce, East-parade, Leeds, Mr. Alfred Taylor to Miss Margaret Clegg, both of Leeds. WAISII-F]dnnRERS-Juue 15th, at Chiddingstone, Rent, by the Rev. W. E. Hoshine, rector, cousln of the bridegroom assisted by the Rev. 1.R Stuart Taylor, Subscribers-only content

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