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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Padbury

    to James Etchingham , 65 nephew and heir of Simon, who was brother and heir of Robert Etchingham . 66 Possibly the conveyance to Nicholas de la Beche was in the nature of a pledge, since Robert Etchingham , and

    Parishes Preston Remains of ancient work at Preston Manor PARISH CHURCH of ST. PETER PRESTON

    inclosing a coat of arms. That to the north is Elrington impaling Etchingham . On the front are Etchingham , Braose impaling Shirley , Blount, and Elrington impaling Etchingham . To the south is an unidentified coat of five scallop

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Bradwell

    any property outside this county. As early as the reign of John the prior had to contest with Alan of Etchingham the advowson of Padbury church, 3 and there were several suits in the thirteenth century in connection with the

    Parishes Bolney PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARY MAGDALENE BOLNEY

    held it until, by an Order in Council of 13 May 1901 , he exchanged the advowson for that of Etchingham , vested in Mr. Edward Huth , who thus became patron of Bolney . On 7 February 1929 Mr.

    Collegiate churches Hastings

    Eustace was endowed by Reinbert the sheriff with the churches of Salehurst , Mountfield , and Udimore , tithes in Etchingham and elsewhere, the count adding a house in the castle. The prebend of Auscher, or Anscher, possessed the church

  • * British History Online *

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    Spain, January 1527, 16-25, 01 January 1527-31 January 1527

    were delivered. This last conjecture seems most probable, for it has since been ascertained that, through the English gentleman (Osborn Etchingham) who was the bearer falling ill at Bordeaux, the despatches were entrusted to a French courier, who brought them

    Index, E, 01 January 1527-31 May 1529

    la, galley commanded by commander Yeart, 179. Estretes , v . Stra?ts. Esturione , Giorgio, Venetian agent in France, 561. Etchingham , Osborne, returns from Spain with a letter from the emperor to king Henry, 1022, 1039; ii. 18. -,

    Index, E

    Mary on her marriage, 34. Eston , Jhon, mentioned, 589. Estrington , Yorks, rectory of, 268. Estroci , Filippo, 383. Etchingham , iron mill of, 19. Ethelbert , King of England, 292. Ethelwold , King, 292. Etherington , Thomas, letter

    Cecil Papers, 1500-1549, 01 January 1502-31 December 1549

    i. First the iron mill of Robertsbridge standing within 3 miles of the salt water. ii. The iron mill of Etchingham within 5 miles of the salt water. iii. The iron mill of Paschely within 4 miles of the salt

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 8 February 1831, 08 February 1831-08 February 1831

    That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Salehurst & Etchingham: Upon reading the Petition of the Owners and Occupiers of Land in the Parishes of Salehurst and Etchingham , in the County of Sussex , whose Names are

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ORE, Robert (c.1339-c.1408), of Ore, Suss.

    with the local family of Etchingham, to which he was probably related. From 1362 he acted as a trustee of Sir William Etchingham’s manors in Sussex, and two years later he was nominated by Richard Etchingham as one of his

    ONEWYN, alias TAYLOR, Robert (d.c.1428), of Rye, Suss.

    at Wivelridge, Brede, Udimore, Knelle and Hope, Sussex, taxable altogether at about 20s. In 1405 he had enfeoffed Sir William Etchingham, William Long II*, and others with almost all his property in Sussex and Kent, but in the course of

    TREAGE, Robert, of Colquite and Treago in Crantock, Cornw.

    beyond his means and by 1437 his debts amounted to at least £173. Among his many creditors were Sir Thomas Etchingham, Sir Robert Umfraville, John Cory* of Launceston, and a skinner, tailor, pewterer, goldsmith and draper, all of London. Nevertheless,

    WAKEHURST, Richard (d.1455), of Wakehurst in Ardingley, Suss. and Ockley, Surr.

    lasting as it did a remarkable 48 years without break. It is not surprising that his wife’s kinsman, Sir Thomas Etchingham, selected him to arbitrate in a vexatious local dispute in 1437. Wakehurst is also noted for his involvement in

    LONG, William II (d.c.1426), of Rye, Suss.

    Rye before being sold. John Salerne I bought from Long 200 marks’ worth of salt, iron and wine, Sir William Etchingham stocked up his cellars, while the vicar of Lydd opened his house to lodge Long and Prendergest. The juries

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 March 1765, 18 March 1765

    in Kepair, the Roa!|s Bill. Road leading from the Turnpike Road on Hurfl Green in the County of Suffex, through Etchingham and Burwaß, to the Extent of the faid Parifh of Bur- waß in the faid County." Hodie 2a vice Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1765, 19 March 1765

    and keeping in Repair, the Road leading from the Turnpike Road on Hurfi Green in the County of Sujfex, through Etchingham and Burwafl), to the Extent of the faid Parilh of Burivafi) in the faid County." Ordered, That the faid Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1765, 21 March 1765

    in Repair, the Road " leading from the Turnpike Road on Hurfi Green in " the County of SuJJex, through Etchingham and Bur- ivafh, to the Extent of the laid Pariüi of Burwaß in " the faid County," was committed: Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1765, 22 March 1765

    keeping in " the Road leading from the Turnpike Road on Hurfi " Green in the County of Suffext through Etchingham " and Burwaß, to the Extent of the faid Parifh of Bur- <c waft) in the faid County." The Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1765, 19 April 1765

    and keeping in Repair, the Road leading from the Turnpike Road on Hurfi Green in the County of Sitjfex, through Etchingham and Bwwafh, to the Extent of the faid Parifti of Burwajh in the faid County:" "An Act to continue Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Latham, 28/9/1724

    Surname Latham Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 28/9/1724 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Etchingham// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.II/11/5 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hare, Francis/Chichester 1731- 1740 Comment Letters of Institution granted by

    Thomas Pyke, 12/7/1671

    Pyke Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 12/7/1671 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Etchingham// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/3/2 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Gunning, Peter/Chichester 1670- 1675 Comment also 'ad praedicandum verbum

    Thomas Kadugin, 3/2/1632

    Kadugin Forename Thomas Title Gentleman Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Others Date 3/2/1632 Office/Status Clerical Status Location Etchingham// Location unknown OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.II/1/1 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Montague, Richard/Chichester 1628- 1638 Comment Described as 'gentleman'.

    Richard Wetherell, 15/2/1820

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Wetherell Forename Richard Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 15/2/1820 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Etchingham// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO EP.I/4/1 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Buckner, John/Chichester 1798- 1824 Comment

    Thomas Clyff, 14/12/1551

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 14916 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Clyff Forename Thomas Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 14/12/1551 Office/Status Rector Location Etchingham// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/18/5 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Day, George/Chichester 1543- 1551 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    branch of this railway on Monday night. Tie heavy rains during the day had flooded the line between Ticehurst and Etchingham, completely washitig away ballast and rails for a considerable distance, and this so suddenly that the engine to wvhich Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sound an alarm for fires. The conduct of the South Eastern Directors, in reference to a recent prize fight at Etchingham, was the subject of discussion among the magistrates at the Quarter Sessions at Lewes, on Monday. Mr Beattie, one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    To those fond of ecclesiastical architecture, Sussex offers numerous examples, and none more attractive than the churches at Crowhurst and Etchingham. Unhappily, the tower of the former has recently been " restored" in that pagan fashion which makes devout people Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Middlesborough, as Wake and Co., as iron and mahinery brokers, waiter, lately iron and machinery brok~er. STmFEN JOH;N L Lvz, Etchingham, Susser, lately residing at Monkwood Hill, Mappowder, Dorsetshire, under manager to'a dairy company. D=ssxrns CHAaLas BOULGER, Edwards Square, Kensington, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    some very soperior - .ng new INORTH CLAYS, also the celebrated growth of H. CJ. Barteot, 1 B Esq., of Etchingham, which stands so deservedly high in the nmirket, . and which hasefterse many years been sold exclusively by IC, Subscribers-only content

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