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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cowfold Manors and other estates

    family of Gratwicke , established in Cowfold from the earlier 14th century, 52 cannot be firmly shown to have held the estate called GRATWICKE , which in the 18th century was a freehold of Ewhurst manor: 53 William Gratwicke in

    Ashurst Education

    the parish had 47 pupils in all; one was supported partly by an endowment, apparently the £200 left by Mary Gratwicke , lady of Eatons manor (d. 1809), of which the income was still being received in 1863 . Some

    Shermanbury Manors and other estates

    Martha (d. 1635) four daughters. Of the daughters Elizabeth (d. 1678) married John Gratwicke (d. 1642) and Eleanor married William Heath (d. by 1647 ). 45 Gratwicke and Heath appear not to have divided their wives' inheritance, for Shermanbury manor


    had passed to Thomas Gratwicke 39 who died on 12 January 1559 , leaving a son Richard, aged 7 years. 40 In 1581 Richard and his wife Anne conveyed the manor to their cousin Roger Gratwicke of Tortington 41 who

    Lower Beeding Economic history

    Crabtree was built c . 1580 by Roger Gratwicke the younger, and evidently used ore from Minepits wood nearby, 22 where remains of pits survived in 1981 . In the 1580s Gratwicke 's sole right to mine ore in the

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 16 May 1643, 16 May 1643-16 May 1643

    the Order of this House." The Petitioners replied, "They have paid all the Rents but Half a Year; and Mr. Gratwicke forbid them to pay the Rents to Mr. Dickenson ." Ordered, That the said Tho. Alse and John Palmer

    State Papers, 1655, April (5 of 6), 01 April 1655-30 April 1655

    leave to subscribe my selfe Exeter, April 23, 1655. Your very humble servant, Edm. Pr ideaux. Col. Morley and Roger Gratwicke to secretary Thurloe. Vol. xxv. p. 549. Sir, In pursuance of his highnesse letters, we have examined Rose, and

    House of Lords Journal Volume 15, 14 March 1695, 14 March 1695-14 March 1695

    and Temporal in Parliament assembled, That the said Petition and Appeal of Sir Cecil Bishop, Cecil Bishop , and John Gratwicke , shall be, and is hereby, dismissed this House; and that the Decree and several Orders and Proceedings of

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 13 May 1641, 13 May 1641-13 May 1641

    Lodge, Edward Lewine , and Walter Samon , shall attend the said Hearing. Dickenson versus Gratwicke. Ordered, That the Cause between Linning Dickenson and Tho. Gratwicke shall be heard before the Lords Committees for Petitions, on Tuesday come Fortnight, being

    British History Online

    of Marden, Thomas Millet of Marden, William Cooke, Nicholas Shepard, John Fagg, William Morley, Robert Dike, Humphrey Edwards, Henry Nicholson, Arthur Bettesworth, George Greene, Philip Jermin, Sergeant at Law; Stephen Humphrey, Nathanael Studley, Robert Spence, Roger Gratwicke, Ambrose Traiton, Esquires.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and ran home a gallant winner by two lengths. Belias a bad third. The winner has been named Tadmor. The Gratwicke Stakes. Lord Chesterdeld's Distaffina. . . . (Nat) I Lord Clilden's Surplice . .Robison) 2 Duke of Richmond's.11ornpipe *(Templemar) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. EPSOM RACES. THE DEreny-This exciting event took place on Wednesday, soder the circumr- staoces which have clharacterieed. it as 'a national fete " for so many years. The race woes fixed for hlsf-past two, and by a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OCCURRENCES AND ACCIDENTS. IwqursTs.-An inquiry was commenced on Tuesday before hMrCarte the coroner for East Surrey, to ascertain the circumstances attending the deaths of the four persons who were killed by the explosion of egwrks which took place on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OCCURRENCES AND ACCIDENTS. A WEST INDIAMAN LOST.-Oil Tuesday the Sarah, West Indiaman, Bridges master, bound from Jamaica for London, made the Margate roads, and in the course of the forenoon was taken in tow by the Trinity steam- tug. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLI CE. SwirD1iNG my -A CnEnGymANs.-At the Marlborough-street oAce, on Tuesday, the Rev. Richard Child Willis was liotught up for final: exami- nation, charged with various frauds on hotel-keepers.-Mr Thomas, pro- prietor of Hatchett's Hotel, Piccadilly, said he knew Subscribers-only content


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