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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Crawley New Town Communications

    Gatwick and Three Bridges , by the Mid Sussex line, with stations at Crawley and Ifield , and by the branch line from Three Bridges to East Grinstead which was closed in 1967 . 71 It was hoped that

    Crawley New Town Economic history

    Commission for the New Towns completed the Gatwick International Distribution Centre in Gatwick Road , with 17 warehouses providing 11,680 square metres of storage; the centre was particularly aimed at the needs of Gatwick . 2 While warehouses and factory

    Parishes Charlwood

    in 1841 , mentions ' Gatwick house' as having been recently sold by John Sharp to Alexander Fraser , 46 who occupied it as late as 1859. The Gatwick Race Course Company bought the Gatwick estate and the manor-house in

    Crawley New Town Crawley Development Corporation.

    became a borough in 1974 , when the remaining parts of the new town area in Worth and Slaugham and Gatwick airport in Surrey were included in it. 6 In 1983 boundary changes included in the borough Hyde Drive (formerly

    Crawley New Town Growth of the new town Crawley : Bo undary changes 1933-1983 Crawley Neighbourhoods c. 1982

    the corporation was planning an extension of the industrial area along Gatwick Road north of its junction with Fleming Way . 63 Works flanking the northern end of Gatwick Way were opened from 1956, in Rutherford Way west of it

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park . 2...1, 22 Leicester. ..............3 04 Doncaster ........... . £1, Royal Artillery (Kemp- I Salisbury ............2. 24, ton Park)....... Gatwick .............. 23,Z MennHunt.........._..6 IAlexandra Park. ..... Epsom Spring . 78..ofll.........-7 Latildn Pontefra~ct............. 9, 10 ILiebfield ............2" Sandown . .... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rowley Mlile at New-market and the Iew Mile at Ascot, no mile in England can equal the straight utile at Gatwick, which is absolutely without a curve. The arrangements for the club members and the contemplated programme of sport are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1,2 Southwell Hunt. 19 Lingtield ......... 2,3 Newcastle ............... 2 21 H~urst Park ......... 5, 6 Portsmouth Park ....20, 2. Gatwick . ........ 7, 8 Sandown Park ..- 22, 23, 24, Eempton Park ......... 9, 10 1 Newmarket ...... 27-30 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SouthweU lHunt. 19 Lingfield .............. 2, 3 Newcastle . 20, 21 Hurst Park ........ 5, 6 Portsmouth Park .. 20,21 Gatwick . ....... . 7, 8 Sandown Park. 22, 234 24 Kempton Park 9,10 Newmrke. . . 27-30 Thirsk .......... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hamilton Park . 1, 2ISoutliwell Runt . 19 Lingfiehld.........2, 3 Newcastle.........20, 21 Hurst Park.........5, 6 Portsmouth Park ... 20, 21 Gatwick ..........7, 8 Sandetni Park . 22, 23, 24 IKempton Park......9, 10 Newmnarket ......27--3D Thirk ............9, 10 Worcester .......29, 30 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JORDAN, William (c.1665-1720), of Gatwick, nr. Reigate, Surr.

    JORDAN, William (c.1665-1720), of Gatwick, nr. Reigate, Surr. Constituency Dates Reigate 15 Mar. 1717 1720 Biography The Jordans were country gentlemen, settled at Gatwick since the fourteenth century. On the death of Sir John Parsons in 1717, William Jordan successfully

    JORDAN, Thomas (?1689-1750), of Gatwick, nr. Reigate, Surr.

    (?1689-1750), of Gatwick, nr. Reigate, Surr. Constituency Dates Reigate 21 Apr. 1720 1722 Biography Thomas Jordan, the last male representative of his family, was returned unopposed as a Whig in succession to his father, William Jordan. He did not stand

 

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