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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Rogate PARISH CHURCH of ST. BARTHOLOMEW ROGATE

    of Fyning . 79 Thomas Bettesworth Bilson made a conveyance of Fyning manor in 1731 , 80 and died in 1754 , 81 having bequeathed his estates to Thomas Bettesworth of Chithurst . 82 Thomas had no children, and Fyning

    Terwick Parish Church of St Peter Terwick

    Fyning , 19 who had married Henry Mervyn 's sister Elizabeth. 20 Bramshott . Argent a fesse and a canton gules with a crescent argent on the canton . From that time Terwick manor followed the same descent as

    Chithurst Chithurst Church

    his wife Mary, sold it in 1579 to Peter Bettesworth . 26 Peter was third son of Peter Bettesworth of Fyning , and died seised of Chithurst manor in October 1613 . 27 His son Peter, who succeeded, died in

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 4 November 1643, 04 November 1643-04 November 1643

    Thomas Middleton, Hall Ravencrofte, John Downs, Edward Apsley, George Oglander , Captain Tho mas Chase, Roger Gratwick, Peter Bettesworth of Fyning, Robert Aylwyn, Henry Peck , Captain Chittye . Surrey. "For the County of Surrey; William Lord Mounson , Sir

    British History Online

    William Cowley, Thomas Middleton. Hall Ravencrofte, John Downs, Edward Apsley, George Oglander, Captain Thomas Chase, Roger Gratwick, Peter Bettesworth of Fyning, Robert Aylwyn, Henry Peck, Captain Chittye. Surrey. For the County of Surrey; William Lord Mounson, Sir Ambrose Browne Baronet,

    Index of names and places, U, V

    Vineing . See Fyning. Viner . See Vyner. Vines : Richard, ii. 981. master of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, i. 830. minister of St. Clement Danes, i. 796, 873, 1191. of Calcot, i. 182. Vining . See Fyning. Vinor . See

    Index, F, 01 January 1597-31 December 1597

    Richard, 506. Fullerton , James, letter from, 151. Fundawharpe , Captain, 96. Furner , Mr., 196. Fynch . See Finch. Fyning , William, letter from, 281. Fynton , Sir Edward, letter from, 508. Fyntry , Young, design upon Yarmouth, 390.

    Index of names and places, F

    Spynie (Finrasie, Finrassie), Elginshire, ii. 1151, 1391. Fines . See Fiennes. Fingall , Earl of. See Plunkett. Fining . See Fyning. Finlow , Mr. ii. 1136 Finnes . See Fiennes. Finrasie , Finrassie. See Findrassie. Finsbury , co. Middlesex, printing

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEWKNOR, Thomas (c.1538-96), of Tangmere; later of Selsey, Suss.

    6 years old when his father died, seised of the manor of Fyning and lands in Tangmere and Woolavington. When he came of age he apparently sold the Fyning property, in 1578 acquiring the lease of part of the bishop

    BETTESWORTH, Peter (1676-1738), of Brockenhurst, Hants.

    dep. gov. Jersey by 1738. Ofifces Held Freeman, Lymington 1705. Biography Descended from a junior branch of the Bettesworths of Fyning, Sussex, Bettesworth’s grandfather settled at Chidden about ten miles from Petersfield. Bettesworth’s uncle, Thomas Bettesworth, was a captain in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SiTUATIONS%1 VACANT (rot-'?.) - '. '."%l I Wu'--.rl.t 7:n'oi.-Cis ;'! N *1 jil Tfii, 0 1~i XIN i1 -tra'li. i . i- To - ~,lei"' N, I' T VF ~ - .. i l:'li S il ', t W Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iin th,! Perish of Bradford aforesaid, enl Alndoy, [iei Fifth Day of June. 1114s, at Five o'Clock in the E Fyning, subject to Cciiditlons, to lie then and there pro. d. duced, in thue fsllowiiig Lots, or such other Lots Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SImPSON, C.B.- - The death is announced of Major-General John Simpson, 1, C.B., which took place on Sunday last at Fyning, near If Petersfield. The aeceased, who-obtained his first aonm- cmssion in the army in March, 1835, was one of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dcnny, Esq., Deputy-Lientenant of Tralee, en County Ferry, to Louisa Mary, eldest daughter of the late Auguetus Callaway, Esq., of Fyning Cottage, le Pogato, Sussex. le Earmes and Barnard-July 1, at Ascension, by the Rev. le B. Hind, Wrn. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brighton, in his 83rd year, General Edward Rowley Hill, Colonel of her Majesty's sth Fusileers. On tha Bth inst., at Fyning, near Petersfield, aged 63 Maior General John Simpson, 0.8.- 0n the lith inst ouita suddenly, at Homburg, CHABLOTTB EIJZABMH. Subscribers-only content

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