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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sapperton Nonconformity

    . 64 A Baptist chapel was built at Frampton Mansell in 1923 by Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark of Downs Farm 65 and it continued in use in 1971 when the congregation numbered 24. 66 See Glos. R.O., PA

    East Marden East Marden Parish Church

    is a very small parish on the Downs . It contains 938 acres and measures about 11/2 miles from east to west and about 3/4 mile from north to south. In the south-west and as far as where East Marden

    Parishes Newtimber

    Place , in its park, and the parish church lie at the foot of the Downs north of the hill. The summit of the Downs is all sheep pasture, but there is arable land in Saddlescombe and in the north


    , the church lying above it to the south at the foot of the Downs . A wooded tongue of land stretching southward on to the Downs is part of Winden Wood , and there are two small woods called


    acres. It lies on the southern slopes of the Downs towards Chichester , to the south of the parishes of West Dean and Binderton, its southern boundary corresponding roughly with the 100-ft. contour line. It is of irregular, squarish shape

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gores pn uwch. Yr eedd y fasnach mewn pob math a ddefaid yn sefydlog, ac mewn rhai aingyisbiadan, gwerthwyd y Downs a'r half breeds am 6s yr 8 pays. YshydigX o alw oedd eml lof, a'r ptisian pn debyg fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd 5s. 2r. yr wlyth pwys. Yr oedd y fasnach mewn pe math o ddetaid yn cefydlog, a gwsrthid y Downs amr bai treds o 5S. 0Cr. i 6e. yr S pwys. Yrhydig a liw oedd am lot, a-r prisiau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'r Grasses oedd 5s. yr 8 psyws- Yr oedd y fasnach mewn dof aid yn fwy bywiog, a gwerthid y Downs a'r half breds goreu sm a 58. lOs. i Os. yr 8 pwys. Ychydig a also oedd am isi, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sybos ddiw Meddt' ,edd 1%62. :Yr 'edd y 6wsbth goreu'y, n gwIrtDu'o 58. iO yi 6 OmyrSpwys. Yr'oedd Deiaid y Downs a'rbali bre~d~syn g~werthn o55 -8e. i 6s. i~e. yr 8 pwys. Yroeday fasnadc msewn *ynyn a~r~wasidda5moes.6c.iSs yr 8 pwys. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    troi at oStwag. Yr oedd y fasnach mews, defaid yn dawel a'r prisiau 2G. yr 8 pwyr yn ,i Y Downs a'r half breds goreu yn gwerthu o 6s. 6c. i 6s. 8c. yr 8 - pwys. Yr oedd y Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUNGERFORD, George (c.1673-98), of Cadenham House, Bremhill, Wilts.

    the more important committees.Hungerford died on 23 Apr. 1698, aged 24. A funeral cortège numbering more than 200 assembled on the Downs to accompany the coffin to Bremhill church, where his family set up a marble monument in his memory.[footnote]

    FYNEUX (FYNEY), John (b.1536-92), of Herne, Kent.

    FYNEUX (FYNEY), John (b.1536-92), of Herne, Kent. Constituency Dates West Looe 1571 Ofifces Held J.p. Kent from c.1575, capt. in lathe of St. Augustine 1580, sheriff 1587-8; capt. of untrained footmen 1588. Biography Fyneux’s father left him property in

    GRAHAM, Lord George (1715-47), of Dundaff, Stirling.

    commended to the Duke of Bedford, the first lord.[footnote] In the autumn, he was with Admiral Vernon, cruising in the Downs against the threatened French invasion.[footnote] He was absent from the division on the Hanoverians in April 1746, when he

    MICHELL, Matthew (?1705-52), of Chitterne, Wilts.

    captain of the Gloucester, circumnavigated the world with Anson, 1740-2. Later he was made commodore of a squadron in the Downs during the Jacobite rebellion 1745-6, and of a fleet stationed off the Scheldt to assist the Dutch, 1747-8.At the

    RYNGELEY, Sir Edward (by 1497-1543), of Knowlton and Sandwich, Kent.

    able to work with him in Kent. In 1539 Ryngeley was entrusted with the erection of new fortifications on the Downs and during that summer he obtained the comptrollership of Calais, to the consternation of Lisle, whose dislike of him


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