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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps and plans Manors and other estates

    D.N.B . Suss. Inq. p.m. 1485-1649 (S.R.S. xiv), pp. 211-12; Cowdray Archives , i, p. vi. Complete Peerage , ix. 97-103; Suss. Inq. in Bodl . (S.R.S. xxxiii), p. 34; Cowdray Archives , i, pp. vi-xviii, 27, 62-3, 66; ii,

    Lodsworth

    Anthony Browne , K.G., 17 and it has since that time descended with the manor of Cowdray (q.v.), the present lord being Lord Cowdray . See of London . Gules two swords crossed in saltire with hilts and pommels or

    Easebourne PARISH CHURCH and PRIORY of ST. MARY EASEBOURNE

    contains several old houses but they have all been more or less reconditioned or in some cases rebuilt by the Cowdray Estates . A house north-west of the church has a modernized north front, but both the east and west

    Bepton Parish Church of St Mary Bepton

    to Anthony Browne , Viscount Montague , 49 since when it has formed part of the Cowdray Estate and followed the descent of Cowdray (q.v.). Torrell. Gules a fesse engrailed argent between three bulls' heads couped or . The manor

    Townships North Meols

    , for another lord of the manor soon appears in the person of Robert de Cowdray . In 1232 Alan claimed the land from Cowdray , but probably made a compromise with the new lord, as the latter alone is

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COWDRAY, Edward (c.1355-1428), of Herriard, Hants and Padworth, Berks.

    1377. Padworth had been held by a kinsman of his, Sir Fulk Cowdray, after whose death (before 1378) it fell to Bishop Wykeham of Winchester, but in 1402 Cowdray obtained a royal licence for the bishop to transfer the manor

    MOUSEHOLE, John, of Midhurst, Suss.

    March However, it seems likely that he came from a prominent Midhurst family, for a Robert Mousehole was one of the principal burgesses who in 1432 received enlarged privileges from their lord, Sir John Bohun.W. Suss. RO, Cowdray ms 4734.

    LUCAS, Walter, of Midhurst, Suss.

    the eight leading burgesses of Midhurst who in April 1432 received enlarged liberties by an agreement with Sir John Bohun, to whom they were by then apparently reconciled.Suss. Arch. Colls. xcv. 50-52; W. Suss. RO, Cowdray mss, 4455, 4734/5; C139/54/26.

    SARCELLER, Thomas, of Midhurst, Suss.

    a burgage in North Street, which in 1422 was described as formerly belonging to Thomas Sarceller ‘the younger’.W. Suss. RO, Cowdray ms, 4455. There is no evidence to identify him with the shoemaker of the same name, who along with

    BAGGELE, William (d.1401), of Midhurst, Suss.

    there, while the rest were assigned stations in various parts of the town itself. Sir John received a warning at Cowdray and, swiftly mustering his men, went to encounter the rioters, whom he ordered, using his authority as a j.p.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth ? Volume 245, October 1593, 01 October 1593-31 October 1593

    than ask Barnes to Cowdray, because his Lordship would not have any Jesuits or seminary priests brought into his house. Remembers that Jackson and D olman, who were made priests in Queen Mary's time, were at Cowdray, and that both Subscribers-only content

    Appendix: poor laws, List of witnesses, 07 December 1830-22 April 1831

    a Magistrate for the County, 282 to 310, and 311 to 336. Cameron, Mr. John, Steward of Mr. Poyntz of Cowdray near Midhurst , 130 to 138. Chapman, Thomas, Esq. Land Agent and Surveyor, 417 to 428. Chick, Robert, Drysalter

    Appendix: poor laws, 16 December 1830, 16 December 1830-16 December 1830

    directed to withdraw. Mr. John Cameron is called in, and examined as follows: You are Steward of Mr. Poyntz of Cowdray , near Midhurst , in the Lower Rape of Chichester , in the County of Sussex ? I am.

    Index, C

    280, 281, 282. Courton , Baron de, French envoy to Scotland, 95. Courtpening , see Conrad Pfenyng. Coutances , 98. Cowdray , Sir Anthony Browne's house, 190. Cracow , letter dated from, 207. Cranevelt , Dr., a man of learning

    Index, C, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    Bishop of (1564), his letter on the state of his diocese; 309. Coverdale , Bishop; 103. Cow , Gavin; 456. Cowdray , Sussex; 503, 504. Cowley , Mr., servant to Duke of Somerset; 91. Cownsayle , Hugh; 275. Cowper ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lHon. Frederick Spencer, C.e., third son of Earl Spencer, to Miss Pauyntz, second daughter of sV. S. Poyntz, Isq. of Cowdray park, Sussex. DIED. On the 90th inst. at Rolls Park, in his 72d year, Admiral Sir Eliab Harvey, G.C.B., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday, at Hastings, after a short but painful illness. Her ladyship was second daughter of William Stephen Poyntz, Esq., of Cowdray park, Essex, and was married to the noble earl in February, 1832, and has left a family of three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    never go near the numerous flowers abounding in our parterres! I inquired yesterday of the EarPs of Egmont's lodge-keeper, at Cowdray, who keeps many hives always,-why bees thus deserted the flowers and rich clover blossoms for fruit this year? Her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the death of his father. He married May 12, 1824, Isabella, daughter of the late Mr William Stephen Poyntz, of Cowdray house, Sussex, by whom he leaves three sons and two daughters. He is succeeded by his eldest son, William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shorns; lie; worth .~-Marlej, Freeth Street, Lnelywood.CcMW3 4?~ ho o reelsesi (large); plate-glee r .-17 ok Ftoe il, nx r Cowdray. Hlounceopathic Chernet. 4cC fOciD Honses n Shop; fitted. Also. splendid House (bach); ever-y G comfort. Ret lomv.-234, Farm Street. Subscribers-only content

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