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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HELDELE, John.

    wife conveyed to William Endlenewyk 60 acres of arable land and ten of woodland at Fletching, Sussex. Save for his return to Parliament several years afterwards, he is not otherwise recorded.Suss. Feet of Fines (Suss. Rec. Soc. xxiii), no. 2249.

    LEECHE, Richard (d.1596), of Fletching, Suss. and Coleman Street, London.

    lease, the profits of which were to be distributed annually to the poor of Fletching and Smeeth, 40s. went to each of five parishes adjoining Fletching, and 40s. to each of his household servants. Leeche also gave £60 for the

    ASHBURNHAM, Adam (1557-97), of Broomham, nr. Hastings, Suss.

    He died 5 June 1597, leaving a house at Broomham, possibly built by him; lands, mills, dams and ironworks in Fletching; lands in Pevensey, occupied by Ashburnham Pecke, and in the Isle of Sheppey, Kent. Some of these he described

    WESTON, William II (d.c.1419), of Dedswell in Send, Surr. and Hindhall in Buxted, Suss.

    marriage contracted in about 1350, acquired the manor of Dedswell in Send, together with property in Sussex situated at Buxted, Fletching and Grinstead. Certainly, our William Weston held lands at Buxted worth £20 a year, according to the assessments made

    STEMPE, John (by 1530-82 or later), of Lewes, Suss.

    1560. Biography From his father and namesake, a burgess of Southover and constable of Lewes, John Stempe inherited property in Fletching and Lewes, armour and silver spoons. His election to the Parliament of November 1554 with John Morley, the constable

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons Priory of Michelham

    and Richard II 4 -with further confirmation from Henry IV 5 - licence to appropriate the churches of Alfriston and Fletching . With the exception of the dispute with Bayham concerning the church of Hailsham , the early history of

    Hackney Charities for the Poor

    War Memorial Homes, for married disabled ex-servicemen, were opened in 1923 on land at the west corner of Wattisfield and Fletching roads. Designed by Gunton & Gunton , they consisted of a two-storeyed red-brick range of six cottages, flanked by

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    ., earl of Euston , later duke of Grafton , Lord Hen ., fam., Five Houses , Fletcher , Rob., Fletching Rd. (housing est.) , Flight , Thos., flockmaking , Flower de Luce P.H. , Flying Horse P.H. , Flying

  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrants, Letters, etc., 1729, October-December, 01 October 1729-31 December 1729

    to compound. Ibid , p. 10 11. Same from same to same - For acceptance of 100 l. from Caspar Fletching as composition for running goods. Appending. Report of the Commissioners of Customs to the Lords of the Treasury, of

    Cases brought before the committee, October 1651, 01 October 1651-31 October 1651

    of his mother. 156 138 21 April. Order for his discharge on the Act of Pardon. 11 357 Thos. Coulstock, Fletching, Sussex. 15 Oct. 1651. Vol. A No. or p. E.W. 28 147 160 Information that he was in arms Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    his deputy, see Ingram, James. the prisoners in petitions of Fleet Street , London Fletcher , Capt. John, petition of Fletching , Sussex Flint , co. paper relating to ship-money Sheriff for 1635, see Griffith, Peter. Mayors and others of, Subscribers-only content

    Index, F

    [Netherlands ] , 687. Flecchamsted. See Fletchamstead. Fleccher , Flecher, Robert, 1098. -, William, brewer, of London, 299. Flecchyng. See Fletching. Fleckenhoe , Flekenho [co. Warwick ] , manor, 293. Fleet , Flete [co. Lincoln ] , manor, 612. Flegge Subscribers-only content

    Index, F, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    of Milton, 13. -, David, 308, 612. -, John, Receiver General of Taxes, Cumberland and Westmorland, 531. -, Robert, 300. Fletching , Caspar, 233. Flint , County, 532. -, Justices of, 189, 190, 258, 298. -, Castle, Constable of, 520.

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Roots, 20/8/1686

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Roots Forename Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 20/8/1686 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Fletching// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/1/10 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Lake, John/Chichester 1685- 1689 Comment

    Galfridus Amherst, 19/4/1616

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Amherst Forename Galfridus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 19/4/1616 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Fletching// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Harsnett, Samuel/Chichester 1609- 1619 Comment

    Edwardus Say, 13/1/1619

    Say Forename Edwardus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 13/1/1619 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Fletching// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Harsnett, Samuel/Chichester 1609- 1619 Comment Patron by grant of advowson

    Vaughan, 28/11/1732

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Vaughan Forename Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 28/11/1732 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Fletching// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/1/11 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hare, Francis/Chichester 1731- 1740 Comment

    Spencer Dod Wilde, 26/2/1835

    Wilde Forename Spencer Dod Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 26/2/1835 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Fletching// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/68/6 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Maltby, Edward/Chichester 1831- 1836 Comment Yearly stipend of £100 Patron

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 March 1790, 31 March 1790

    of Cuckfield ; and " alfo of a Branch of the faid River to Shortbridge, in " the Parifh of Fletching, in the County of Sujfex." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Committees Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1790, 15 April 1790

    of Ciickfield ; and " alfo of a Branch of the faid River to Shortbridge, in ** the Parifh of Fletching, in the County of Suffix," was committed : " That they had confidered the faid Bill, and examined the Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1790, 21 April 1790

    the faid Parifh of Cuckßeld; and alfo of a Branch of the faid River to Shortbridge, in the Parifh of Fletching, in the County of Sufex." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill, with " the Amendment, fhall pafs Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1790, 21 April 1790

    Parifh of Cuckfield; and alfo of " a Branch of the faid River to Shortbridge, in the Parifh " of Fletching, in the County of Suffex ;" and to ac¬ quaint this Houfe, That they have agreed to their Lord¬ Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1790, 28 April 1790

    " Parifh of Cuckfield; and alio of a Branch of the faid " River to Shortbridge, in the Parifh of Fletching, in the " County of Sujfex." 8. "An Aft for more effeftually embanking the Marfh " called Malldraeth and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    innholder. Attorney, Mr. Andretes, Reading. J. Leedhamn, Matlock Bath, Derby3hi re, innikeeper. Atter ney, Mr. Verner, Stone, Stateordsliie. J. Onouldsrnith, Fletching, Sussex, victualler. Attornryx, NM Gwvynne, Letves. J. Calicoumb, Bristol, cordwainer. Attornies, Mesirs. Os' bhvres and Ward. Bristol. J. Morgan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had been working at Fletching, in this county, where his child had been taken ill and died. The parish provided him with a coffin, but, being a Catholic, he objected to the body being buried in Fletching Churchyard, and imagining Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dealers- Heap, Bury, and Co. Accrington, Lancashire, engravers to calico printers; as far as regards A. Moadsley-C. and J. Cave, Fletching, Sossex. farmers-Ashtons, Neale, and Co. Liver- pool, ironfounders; as far as regards J. and J. Hartley. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wallis, for nearly haifa century the faith- ful gardener and bailiff on that property, sincerely lamented-On the Cels Dot. at Fletching, Sussex, in the 09th year of her age, Elizahech, widow of the late Mr James Taylor, of Brighton, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wickham, Keston, Tatsfield (with a branch toWesterham), Crow- hurst and Lingfield, to East Grinstead, and thence West Hoathly, Horsted, Keynes, Fletching, Chailey, Newick. Barcombe to Lewes. From Lewes it will pass in a direct course, by Kem'ptown, to the centre Subscribers-only content

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