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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Godstone

    line, with part of Horne which intersected Godstone . The school was built in 1844 . Felbridge is also a separate ecclesiastical district. Felbridge Hall is the property of the lord of the manor. The present house was built by

    Ashurst Manors and other estates

    the Goring family acquired other property in the parish: Felbridge and other lands between 1815 and 1 820 , Hawking Sopers in 1820 , Sweethill farm in 1830 , and Little Felbridge and Doves in 1833 . 95 By 1843

    Castle Plan of the Castle, 1876 (scale 1 : 667) The castle from the south-east, 171 8

    was kept in hand by the Crown until 1376 when it was committed to George of Felbridge at a rent of £10. 54 Felbridge held until 1384 when the castle was granted to Robert de Vere, earl of Oxford ,

    Ashurst

    to Partrid ge Green in West Grinstead . The former road crossed the centre of the parish, running northwards from Felbridge towards Honey Bridge in West Grinstead . 31 The latter road was perhaps mentioned c . 1250. 32 Reference

    Parishes Horne

    89 James son of Edward Evelyn succeeded to the manor in 1751 90 ; he also held the estate of Felbridge in this parish. 91 James Evelyn married Anabella Medley as his first wife and Jane daughter of Sir Richard

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.E.270

    Stainwick (Staynwygg, Staynwyk) : ecclesiastical parish Location: River Skell (Skelle) : waterways Location: Bishop Thornton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Bishop Thornton (Thornton cum Niderdale) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Galghagh (Galghagh) : grange Cannot identify Location: Godstone (Surrey) Place(s): Felbridge (Fellebrigge) : township

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Asheton. Klnight: John, Lord 3ta]rravers; II1f ghStAffOFd, I-Ord B ourchisnr: Stanley: Sir Gilb~ert Irrmfreville. E-arl of Xymens; Sir Simon Felbridge; Leads Robsart, afterwards Lord Bouchier; Edmond blertimer, Earl of Marcia; Disks of Alencou. Aaor 1. SCENE l.--The Throne Room Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    To-morrow the meeting wil be ndnlded, and following :-odMao eeecae w C :Gdon Steeplechase, *-Foxd Erycs; Half-bred Stoplee, T NrN or Fo rzR; Felbridge Eurle Plate, ST. D WeIr MilHurdle IanR SrGsX or EVEnic; Southam National1iUnt Flt Race, 2?ridsF -Nght. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    previous day's success by winning the Half-bred H~unters' Steeplechase. Thai, tbe whole of the overnight entries camne out for the Felbridge Hurdle Xace, for which St. Dominic, although he broke a blood vessel the last time he ran, was made Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    follows :-H-Hunters' Steeplechase, GLLToIrrlous; Godstone Steeplechase, PaOFIr; Ford Manor Steeplechase, GmUGoU or JoE MILLE ER; Weir Mill Hurdle Handicap, BRADsRliR; Felbridge Hurdle Plate, 1 GEmAt DoxATi; Southern Flab Race, KNIGHsT O' RHODES. VERITAS. Thursday Night. MORNING GALLOPS AT AINTREE. With Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the t i! 15y. at the Chateau de Sechop, near Banberg, I ia The will of George Gatty, Esq., of Felbridge ii EI ast (rlinstend, Sussex, was proved in London, 5t-1 I h instant, by Frances Gatty, the relict, and Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Shakspere's historical play of Henry the Fifth, 1879

    Asheton, Knt.; John, Lord Maltravers; Hugh Stafford , Lord Bourchier ; Stanley ; Sir Gilbert TJmfreville, Earl of Kyme ; Sir Simon Felbridge ; Lewis Robsart, afterwards Lord Bouchier ; Edmund Mortimer, Earl of March ; Duke of Alencon . Subscribers-only content

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