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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Findon Findon c. 1839

    FindonFINDONFindon c. 1839 THE PARISH of Findon , famous in the county for its sheep fair and for race-horse training, straddles the wind-gap in the South Downs north of Worthing . 46 The ancient parish consisted of 4,370

    Sullington Church

    s . from two warrens, 6 fleeces from Muntham farm in Findon , and tithes from two mills. 64 In 1795 tithes of 6 a. in Cobden titheable to Findon were exchanged with those of 2½ a. in Muntham farm

    Worthing and associated parishes Worthing Boundery Extenstions 1875-1933

    added, nearly trebling the area, which thereafter was 7,227 a. In 1933 the borough was further enlarged by portions of Findon and Sompting parishes, of 379 a. and 419 a. respectively, to make 8,025 a. In 1971 the area was

    List of illustrations

    Reserved. Bramber Rape, c . 1875 (hundreds and parishes) page 2 Clapham and Patching , c . 1975 " 12 Findon , c . 1839 (from the tithe map) " 20 Lancing and Sompting , c . 1962 " 36

    Brightford Hundred

    parishes of Broadwater , Clapham , Durrington , Findon , Heene, Lancing , and Sompting . Most of those places were listed as part of it in 1086 , but Clapham and Findon were then said to be part of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M., COnDauglht square *Feonings, James, 20 Burr street Bell, M., Bedford square Fell, J. A., Hellingden l3ertley Charles, Montagute place Findon, W., Soutbampton place Leunn, T~emos, Bl laPt~nFisher, R., llighbury FPark Bekley, lon. ' . F., Cranford Field, F., Finchitey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to destroy himself; he will be tried at the hextt assizes A Jatal accident happened to a young gentleman named Findon, yesterday week, near Painswick, in Gloucestershire, while he was hunting with Ir Way's Cleltenbam stag hounds. As he was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rolled upon Mr James, who was removed from the Downs to the house of Mr J. Day, the trainer, at Findon, in a state of insensibility. Mr James, though seriously bruised and injured by the fall, it is hoped will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following is a list of thle killed: A. hI~der farmer, Horsted Keynes; 5. Gold, engineer, Southover, Lewves; B. Landport, labourer, Findon; J. U~pton, labourer, Oliffe, Lovaes. PnunxIsM......Another of these brutal exhibitions for 4001. to 2001. took place on Tuesday in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has the misfortune to bear the name of Swindell. There is always much mystery about the horses trained in the Findon stable, and it is periodically rumoured that any favourite which may be located there has become or is about Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix: poor laws, 10 February 1831, 10 February 1831-10 February 1831

    is a good Patroness there. Have the goodness to name the Five other Parishes united with yours? Washington, Sullington, Thakeham, Findon and Ashington . How many Children are there usually in the Workhouse? There are, sometimes, perhaps Forty, and sometimes

    Index, F, 01 January 1533-31 December 1533

    Sir Wm., 562 i. - (Fynch), Wm. See Bromere, prio r of. Finchley , Midd., 297. Finchley Wood , 297. Findon (Fyndon) manor, 228 i. Finghall (Fyngale) church, Yorks., g. 1481 (7). Finglas (Fynglas), Patrick, chief baron of the Exchequer

    Index, F

    [co. Essex ] . -, Nortofts or Northtofts manor in, 1015. Finchley , Fyncheley [co. Middlesex ] , 464, 862. Findon , Fyndon [co. Sussex ] , manor, 293. Firmariis , Ciprian de, merchant of Genoa, 338. fishmongers . See Subscribers-only content

    Index, F

    Kent 147 Finch (Ffynch), Thomas, son of Sir Moyle Finch visits Italy and Rome, 147 Findon , Henry 246 Findon , Margery, wife of Henry Findon 246 Finet (Finyt), John, of Soulton, co. Kent, in attendance on William Cecil, Viscount

    Index, F, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    Revenues, Minorca, 220, 313, 474. - John, 353; shipmaster, 354. -, Ralph, 355. Findlater , Earl of. See Ogilvy, James. Findon (Sussex) , 92, 98. Finney , James, 351. Fire in Charleston , 13, 48, 79. -, arms, importations of.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FINDON, John.

    FINDON, John. Constituency Dates New Shoreham Dec. 1421 Biography Findon's name was derived from the manor lying five miles north-west of Shoreham. He appears on a rental of the reign of Henry VI relating to the Mowbray estates at

    CHEALE, John (d.1685), of Shermanbury, Suss.

    in Shermanbury and elsewhere in 1668, but seems to have resided chiefly with his cousin, John Cheale the younger, at Findon. It was his cousin who obtained a grant of arms in 1672, in which Cheale was comprised. As ‘John

    MIDDLETON, John I (1671-1745), of Muntham Court, Findon, Suss.

    (1671-1745), of Muntham Court, Findon, Suss. Constituency Dates Bramber 20 Nov. 1703 18 Jan. 1704 Horsham 5 Dec. 1710 1715 Biography Middleton’s family had been settled in Sussex since the mid-16th century, acquiring property in and around Horsham, which his

    WILSON, Sir Thomas Spencer, 6th Bt. (1727-98), of Uckfield, Suss.

    contempt he felt for the business:To some fools, dressed in white, with blue ribbons, who ran before my horses into Findon, and some old women there: £1 18s. 6d.To some hallowing fools at Rottindean: £1 1s. od.For other fools at

    MATHEWS, Sir George (?1655-1718), of Twickenham, Mdx.

    ‘George Mathews’, a 40-year-old widower from Rotherhithe, Surrey, who was licensed on 4 June 1694 to marry Frances Midleton of Findon, Sussex. His marriage to Elizabeth Michell was clearly a lucrative affair, reportedly bringing him ‘a considerable fortune’. However, he

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Payne, 17/6/1755

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 133110 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Payne Forename William Title Dr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 17/6/1755 Office/Status Vicar Location Findon// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment

    not given Haddon, 17/6/1755

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 133111 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Haddon Forename not given Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 17/6/1755 Office/Status Curate Location Findon// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment

    Charles Pilkington, 26/7/1785

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 133634 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Pilkington Forename Charles Title Dr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 26/7/1785 Office/Status Vicar Location Findon// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment

    Charles Pilkington, 28/7/1795

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 133701 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Pilkington Forename Charles Title Dr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 28/7/1795 Office/Status Vicar Location Findon// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment

    John Metcalfe, 16/7/1805

    Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 133976 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Metcalfe Forename John Title Dr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 16/7/1805 Office/Status Vicar Location Findon// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction / 0- 0 Comment

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 May 1802, 4 May 1802

    *' in the County of Suffex, by Findon, Washington, Hill " Rock, and AJhington Common, to Dial Poß, and from " thence by Nep Cajlle and Baybridge Lane, to the « Steyning Turnpike at JF<sy? Grinßead Park, in the faid Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1802, 5 May 1802

    Re- " pair the Road leading from Worthing, in the Parifh of " Broadwater, in the County of Sujfex, by Findon, " Waßington Hill Rock, and Aßington Common, to Dial " Poft, and from thence, by Nep Caftle and Baybridge Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1802, 10 May 1802

    Re- " pair the Road leading from Worthing, in the Parifh " of Broadwater, in the County of Sujfex, by Findon, " Waßington Hill Rock, and Afhington Common, to Dial i( Poji, and from thence, by Nep Caßle and Baybridge Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1802, 24 May 1802

    in Repair the Road leading from " Worthing, in the Parifh of Broadwater, in the " County of Suffex, by Findon, Waflnngton Hill Reck, " and AJhington Common, to Dial Pofl, and from thence " by Nep Gaßle and Baybridge Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1823, 25 April 1823

    the Parishes of Broad- " water and West Tarring or one of them, in the County " of Sussex, by Findon, Washington Hill Rock and Ash- " ington Common, to Dial Post, and from thence, by Nep " Castle, to Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera

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