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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Dumpford Introduction

    The hundred of Dumpford Introduction THE HUNDRED OF DUMPFORD CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF CHITHURST HARTING TREYFORD DIDLING ROGATE TROTTON ELSTED TERWICK In the Domesday Survey this hundred figures as 'Hamesford'. The vill of Elsted was outside Earl Roger 's Rape,

    Trotton Parish Church of St George Trotton Milland Chapel

    of Dumpford in 1634 , 86 but the whole of the manor passed to the Mills and became attached to Didling manor (q.v.), the two being known as Didlinges Dumpford manor in 1686 . 87 The park of Dumpford was


    acres, to support a resident chaplain who should serve the church and also celebrate thrice weekly at the chapel of Dumpford (in Trotton ). He also gave to the Dean and Chapter of Chichester , as patrons of the church

    The rape of Chichester Introduction

    any jurisdictional division between the two later Rapes: the order in which the Hundreds 5 are entered being- Singleton (C), Dumpford (C), Easebourne (C), Rotherbridge (A), Westbourne (C), Stockbridge (C), Manhood (C), Easwrith (A), Poling (A), Bury (A), Avisford (A),

    Terwick Parish Church of St Peter Terwick

    the manor upon himself and his wife Mary and his heirs. 7 Robert's son Robert, Constable of the Peace in Dumpford Hundred, was killed in 1310 by William de Horneby. 8 He left no children, and Mary, who is elsewhere

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, H, I

    Cry , action of, 229. Hundreds named: Aswardhurn; Barstable; Blofield; Bray; Broadwater; Brothercross; Cashio; Chelmsford; Clackclose; Clavering; Cookham; Depwade; Diss; Dumpford; Dunmow; Earsham; East Flegg; Eynsford; Flaxwell; Forehoe; Freebridge Lynn; Freebridge Marshland; Freshwell; Gallow; Grimshoe; Guiltcross; Happing; Henstead; Hinckford; Holt;

    Index of Subjects, H, I

    Haverstoe. Brixton. Buttinghill. Calceworth. Candleshoe. Carlford. Chelmsford. Chipping-Warden. Clavering. Cliston. Coleshill. Colneis. Copthorne. Corby. Corringham. Cosford. Cowbridge. Dengie. Depwade. Diss. Dumpford. Dunmow. Earsham. East. Easwrith. Effingham. Eynsford. Fishergate. Freshwell. Gartree. Greenhoe, South. Greens-Norton. Grimshoe. Guilt Cross. Hamfordshoe. Hartismere. Henstead. Higham-Ferrers.

    Treasury Calendar, June 1696, 16-30, 16 June 1696-30 June 1696

    for a great seal for a grant to John, Lord Cutts, baron of Gowran in Ireland of the Hundred of Dumpford, County Sussex, and other premises as follows which belonged to John Caryll outlawed for high treason done on Monday

    Index of persons and Places, D

    petition of, 88. Dalystown , Daly's Town, Fartullagh barony, co. Westmeath, 355. Dambois , , pension for, 142. Dampford. See Dumpford. Dampierre (Dampier), Stephen, Reformed captain, pension of, 158. -, William, nominal landcarriageman, [London port ] , 329. Dancy ,

    Index of persons and Places, D

    barony of, 440. Duke , Sir Thomas, a Commissioner of Public Accounts, 162. Duleek , co. Meath, barony of, 438. Dumpford , co. Sussex, hundred of, 177 180. Dunbar , , major, tenant, 130. Duncannon , co. Wexford, fort, 92.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOUTHAMPTON MAIL STEAM SHIPPING. -„ Peninsular and Oriental Company. and r ■i an J or '> Captain G. 8. Brooke, from Alexandria, Malta, with the maile, passengers, and cargo from arH ? lh,ceß > aleo those from India, China, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPEKIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS.-THURSDAY. Mr. D. Griffith gave notice that he should on Mon \ day next ask tbe Heme Secretary whether the names of the proposed commissioners to inquire into the subject of Ritual- ism would be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE QUEEN AT BIARRITZ ♦«S. 9? e ?2.* on SAto'day. paid a visit to the Basque # • F n ent eTrabia, and inspected the various oojecis of interest there, returning by way of Hendsye jo .Biarritz. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LYNDHURST, March 27, The Railway Station.- The railway-station at Lyndhurst-road is now undergoing some alterations which will considerably improve the accommodation there. The platforms, both on the up and down line, are being extended, and this is necessary conse- Subscribers-only content

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