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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lower Beeding Education

    boys and 34 girls on the roll, but no annual grant was being received. 93 Colgate county primary school, originally Colgate C.E. school and later Colgate council school, was established in 1859 , a schoolroom being built in 1863 by

    List of maps

    2 Lower Beeding , c . 1875 (except Colgate and Bewbush ) 8 Upper Beeding , 1733 30 Edburton and Fulking , c . 1875 46 Ifield , Bewbush , and Colgate , c . 1910 54 Crawley : boundary

    Lower Beeding Nonconformity

    chapel was still used in 1874 , but services had ceased by 1896 . 78 There was no chapel at Colgate in 1875 , when the three families of dissenters who lived there attended chapels at Horsham or Handcross (in

    Lower Beeding Lower Beeding c. 1875

    road from Colgate to Holmbush linked it with the first road described above, to form one of two roads between Horsham and Crawley . 30 Lower Beeding c. 1875 (except Colgate and Bewbush ) The east-west road through Colgate was

    Lower Beeding Forest

    rabbits. Its site was evidently north and east of Colgate : it was bisected in 1650 by the road from Horsham to Tilgate , 46 evidently the modern road through Colgate , the Holmbush house which preceded the present one

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, August 1532, 1-15, 01 August 1532-31 August 1532

    if it were a greater matter. The time we have passes away, and the fruits are daily taken by one Colgate, farmer there, and the house is spoiled. I understand that Dr. Butt has from the earl of Northumberland another

    Introduction

    presentation. The Index contains entries for persons, places and subjects. We wish to thank Professor Gary S. De Krey of Colgate University for this reference and for his comments on an earlier version of this Introduction. Le Gros does not

    General Index, C, D, E, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    St. Catherine's in, 192, 220, 291 -, St. Stephen's in, 107 Coleridge , co. Devon, 37 Coleshill , William, 268 Colgate , Frances, 61 Colgrave [Cotgrave ] , Ralph, 131 Collaway , Arnold, 114 Collen , see Collins. Coller ,

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    licence requested for, licence to John, granary of, St. Andrew's parish, Norwich, licence requested for Richard, house of, St. George, Colgate, Norwich, licence requested for Knipe , William, petition. of John, brother of Knockollochie . See Logiedurnoch. Knowsley , letters Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, April 16-30, 1672, 16 April 1672-30 April 1672

    John Toft, in the same parish, for Mr. Enoch Woodward; and of Richard Knight, in the parish of St. George, Colgate, for Mr. John Corie to preach there; all the last four places and ministers at Norwich, and all Congregational. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    moriiing last, and, the same evening, or early the next morning, lie broke into the dwelling-house of M r. Georpg Colgate, at Lewisham, from which he carried away several articles of wearing apprel. lie wvas apprehended shortly after, and was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (wholesale ageist fiur the county of Betks); aluie, dd9e W ycotnbe; Deighton, Worcester- Idus den, Stroud; Caddel, Gravesepnd tsisanh; Roclsester; Colgate, tnses-bery; leale, Dover; Bltoes, LandPrL" P ham sold Cilaulertoss, fl~e ; Elollasan, Exeter; Brooks picall street- Itt . jdd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flORCIIARDT'S SOLAMENUS, for the immediate Relief E5 and Cure of Corns, without Pain or Daueer.-The Discoverer of this inva- luable Article is the celebrated Mr BORCHARDT, who has been patronized by the London University, the King-s College, and One Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wholesale Agent for the County of Berks; Butler, High Wycombe ; Deiglhton, Worcester; Durdet, Stroud ; Caddel, Gravesend; Caddel, Rochester; Colgate, Canterbur Neale, Dover; Bilton, Landport, Portsmouth; Chatterton, 1ye Hollumau, Exeter; Brookes, Spiceall street, Bitminghamt; Hull, Oxford, Wholesale Agent tor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IHuntingdon; Roper, Onukdel; Ross, Lancaster; Mood, Newbury, Wholesale Agenitfort teCounty-ofBerks; Butler, High Wycombe; Deighton,Worcester; Darden, Stroud; Caddel, Gravesend; Caddel, Rochester; Colgate, Canterbury; eale, Dover; Blito, dandportPortsmoath; ChattertonRye; lHolluanExeter; Brookos, Spiceall stet, Birmingham;Hall, Oxford, Wholesalo Agent ar the Sold also by Subscribers-only content

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