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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edburton Nonconformity

    in 1707 there were apparently two Quakers at Fulking . 9 A house which was registered for worship of an unnamed denomination in 1816 seems also likely to have been at Fulking . 10 S.A.C . xlv. 143. D.N.B .

    Edburton Local government

    overseers were recorded in the 17th century. 44 The surveyors of highways named for ' Fulking hamlet' in 1829 possibly dealt with what was later Fulking parish, 45 but there is no other evidence for a division of local government

    Parishes Fulking

    Parishes FulkingFULKING Fochinges (xi cent.); Folkynge (xiii cent.); Fulkyng (xiv cent.). Fulking parish covers a long strip of land, threequarters of a mile in width and about 21/2 miles in length, running northwards from its boundary with Portslade, a

    Edburton Economic history

    there was ½ team. 79 Both Edburton and Truleigh were apparently served by open fields in the same way as Fulking and Perching further east. 80 Closes called East and West laines and Town field were named in 1813 ;

    Edburton Edburton and Fulking c. 1875

    treats its history down to the time of writing. Fulking is treated elsewhere. 77 The ancient parish including Fulking is here sometimes referred to as 'the ecclesiastical parish'. Edburton and Fulking c. 1875 The parish shares the varied geology of

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    II. g. 1311 (20). Fulford , Yorks., II. 399. Fulford (Foulfourd) , Wm., II. 876. Fulham , Midd., II. 720. Fulking (Fulkyn) , Suss., II. g. 1311 (34). Fuller , Mr., auditor of suppressed houses in Yorkshire, I. 1163, 1214,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cosunties.-Statc particis-i I I las-s, C. B., care of Secretary, Young Mens' Christian As's' 7. Lion, Ptymnouthk. c 4, WXAINTED, Fulking and Confectionery Bussioess' gond teen Or country.-W. L,, 47, Wolsngishana Streel., Wnlsall. e6les, 0555 yANTED, Mfilk-round;' neighbourhood of Lzeeb.-APy'ltt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NM. RACII9G NOTES. The concluding day, at Manchester was ouit t fioor ouec muhlrger. The sport was ,trene M farl inte P1 S,! chief - evepts falling to the Irish brigade, who pads up their minds to secure Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barn, and was killed. Found again on Portsladc Tenantry Hill, making for White :Lot, Pay Thorn, Fulking-Hill, 'down.,thefront- 1ill for 'Fulking, passing through the Gardens in the Village,' crosscdE the road, and on 'to Perehing Weood, -where 'the chanaed hares. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fifteen minutes. Found a third hare on the Portslade Tenantry Hill, bending her course towards the Dyke, headed back to Fulking Tenantry Hill, Dean End Tesantry Hill, White Lot Bottom, Pay Thorn, end killed on Truly Hill, after a very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING INTELLIGEDCR. STAG HOUNDS. Her Majesty'e-Tuesday, Uxbrldge Common; Friday, MaNdenhead Station; at eleven. Fox-nouNbs. Atherstone-Monday, Stapleton Village; Wednesday, No Man's Heath; Friday, Hams Hall; Saturday, Coombe; at eleven. Badsworth-Tueeday, Red House; Thursday, Womeraley Park; Saturday, Notton Village; at hill'past Subscribers-only content

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