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You searched for: Place: Duncton, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

Found 32 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Up Waltham PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARY now the CHURCH of the ASCENSION , UP WALTHAM

    Eartham Wood for 3/4 mile. Down this a road runs to join Stane Street ; northwards the road continues to Duncton and Petworth , passing just east of the church. Church Farm (now tenements known as Church Cottages), west of

    Nuthurst Church

    by one and the same curate; 79 Thomas Newhouse , rector 1736-73 , lived apparently at his other cure of Duncton . 80 After 1800, on the other hand, curates rarely stayed long, 11 being recorded in 30 years between

    Washington Washington And Wiston c. 1875

    Bostal; between that date and 1922 it belonged to the Floate family. 80 By 1971 the business belonged to the Duncton Quarrying Co., 81 who were still working the pits in 1977 . A large brickworks on the Gault clay

    Index A-J

    , Edm., Duke : Anne, see Cowper Ric., Duke , F., Ltd., Dulany , Rebecca A., m. Sir Ric. Hunter, Duncton Quarrying Company , Dundas , Hen., First Ld. of Admiralty , Durford abbey (in Rogate ) , Durham ,

    Index A-J

    , South, frontispiece , drainage , agric., Drewitt , fam., Drughorn , Sir Jn., Bt., drugs , see chemical ind. Duncton , incumbent, Dungate , Mr., of Mayfield , Dunlop : Chas., curate, later vicar, of Henfield , Fanny, see

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, D

    Dumbleton. Donington [ unidentified ] , Donyngton, Lincs, 955 (xviii). Donington upon Bain , Donyngton, Dymmyngton, Lincs, 340. Donketon. See Duncton. Donne , Edward, esq., 960. - Cf . Downe; Dune. Donnesby. See Dunsby. Donold , Thom as, 156. Donyngworth. Subscribers-only content

    Index, D

    331. -, Thos., g. 597 (14). Duke , Thos., vicar of Hornchurch, 1264. Duklyngton . See Ducklington. Dumfries , 161. Duncton , Suss., g. 1256 (37). Dundalk , in Ireland, 1143. Dunester . See Dunster. Dungarvan (Dongarvan), in Ireland, castle

    Henry VIII, March 1535, 1-10, 01 March 1535-10 March 1535

    solicitor-general, on the other part: by which the said Earl and Wendy sell to the King's use the manors of Duncton and Sutton, Sussex. Close Roll, 26 Hen. viii., No. 16. 2. Similar indenture between Henry earl of Northumberland, on

    Henry VIII, June 1536, 16-30, 26 June 1536-30 June 1536

    Grant of the offices of chief steward, receiver, and surveyor of the manors of Perchynge, Preston, Ponyngs, Pengeden, Ashecombe, Walderme, Duncton, Sutton, and Chyntynge, Suss., and an annual rent of 6 l . 13 s . 4 d . Westm.,

    Index, C, D, E, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    John, priest, letter from, 929 (5). Duglas . See Douglas. Dunbar castle , in Scotland, 1154. Dunckeswell . See Dunkeswell. Duncton , in Sussex, 362. Dundalk , in Ireland, 755, 1112 n . Dundee (Dondy), in Scotland, App. 1178 (pp.

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Robert Kyllygrine, 18/9/1554

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 171049 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Kyllygrine Forename Robert Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 18/9/1554 Office/Status Curate Location Duncton// OTHER INFORMATION Source WRSO Ep.1/18/7 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Day, George/Chichester 1553- 1556 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -TV 1/st of 25 s .rfci of Cauli .lower, Broccoli. Cabbage. ! iv ; all be.st grown. li. Ms., shall, Duncton, Petwortu. \ M VTCDIt being short of room h.-\3 the following j_\_Orcii.*'!s an 1 L'iarits for Disposal, viz. : Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Carnot . BL-u^sel:; rip. outs. Drumnead and Qceen Curled Saw», '3s 10C0; 50J any seleciijn free 1%. K. Marsnall, 1 Duncton, Pe'uwortn. 16 QUANT.Tu or Gojd L's n<» Pitatoes Wanted in !'ta rom 2 t 20 tons. j ; :^te Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Carnot i Brussels Sprouts, Drurnuc-i i and ('/reen Curled Savoy, ! 5s 1,0-0; 500 aay selection iree 3s. E. Marshall, Duncton, Petwortn, 16 I QUANTITY 01 Good Us n- ">ota_oo3 Wantedfu. lots rem 21 1 20 tins State west po_siaie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gardening, Plants, <&c. lAXTuVS Noble Strawberry Plants, year old ; 100 J 2s, I.O>J 15s. free. E. Marshall, Plant Grower, Duncton, Petwortli, Sussex. 22 ADVERTISEMENTS t ;j*::i.,tui> iindkk wis ulad- IKvl AT Till-: FOI.LOWIN.-1 PRJCHAID ItATKS : - jl6 words, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the common and valuable common rights attached. The whole has for many years been in the occupation of Mr. Duncton, but is now to be sold with possession at Michaelmas next. Particulars of Messrs. Palmers, Bull, anel Fry, solicitors, Subscribers-only content

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