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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The cathedral close The deanery and other buildings

    porch has a diagonal buttress, partly restored. The upper story has a large window said to have been brought from Halnaker House ; 5 it is of fou r trefoiled ogee-headed lights and semi-quatrefoils in a square head. The lower


    of the priory it was acquired by Thomas West , Lord de la Warre, 17 and descended with Halnaker . HALNAKERHALNAKER 18 is alleged to have been given by King Eadwig to Bishop Brithelm in 956. 19 If such

    Birdham Parish Church of St James Birdham

    two fisheries. A certain Anschitel held 11/2 hides of the manor. 3 William 's lands later constituted the honor of Halnaker , with which the lordship of Birdham descended. Nigel seems to have been succeeded by the family of Sartilli,

    Westhampnett Parish Church of St Peter Westhampnett

    Richard 3 virgates, and Godfrey 1 virgate. 4 With William's other lands it later formed part of the honor of Halnaker and the overlordship passed to the families of St. John , Poynings , and West. One manor of HAMPTONET

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Boxgrove

    St. Blaise of Boxgrove was founded by Robert de Haye , to whom Henry I had granted the honour of Halnaker , and who in 1105 bestowed upon the abbey of Lessay the church of St. Mary of Boxgrove ,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 7 [S. Botolph.] Aldersgate Ward. [Monuments.]

    erit. Obiit 19 die Aprilis, 1569 . Johanni Morleio , Armigero, & Elizabethæ Wotton Conjugi, parentibus charissimis, Johannes Morleius de Halnaker , in Comitatu Sussexiæ, Miles, & Edwardus filii, pietatis & memoriæ ergo hoc posuerunt. Vixerunt Conjuges annos 16. Ille

  • * British History Online *

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    Notes to the diary, 1558

    Funeral of lady Jenyns . This daughter of sir John Gage, K.G. was the wife of sir John Jenyns, of Halnaker in Sussex, gentleman of the king's privy chamber, and in 1544 master of the ordnance at Boulogne, who died

    Treasury Calendar, April 1696, 21-25, 21 April 1696-25 April 1696

    messuages and lands called Oldbury [Aldingbourn ] and Seabeach in Sussex and all other lands in Bosgrave [Boxgrove ] , Halnaker, Eartham, West Deane, Singleton, Westergate, Tortington and Aldingborne, sometime the possessions bought by Sir Richard Sackvile, Knight (Chancellor of

    Henry VIII, December 1538 11-15, 01 December 1538-31 December 1538

    now in the Tower for treason."He could disclose much if well handled. "For her hys at my lordys plasse at Halnaker, cowmyng by nygth and rydyng alsso by nygth to and fro. Wath they be I cannot hyt know y

    Index of persons and Places, H, I

    , colonel, of Barbados, 252, 290, 448, 449. Hallewell , Richard, a commissioner for administering oaths in the Plantations, 297. Halnaker , co. Sussex, 100. Halse , John, tenant, 127. Ham. See Petersham and Ham. Hamble , co. Hants, 281,

    Index, H, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Worc., 173. Hallwyke , in Thetford, Norf., g. 942 (43). Hallywell priory . See under London. Halnaked . See Halnaker.Halnaker (Halfnaked, Halnaked), Suss., 498 (57): g. 436 (72). Halom . See Hallam. Hals , Geo., g. 733 (17). -,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    victory in the sacs isaving Mr ).been gained on Gomera in 186f. of the eleven Colorerd for the - edi Halnaker Stakes Ossian was the only one wise failed to put in an M n.~.apaacbtwt ieRcCon n Padlock aseongstl ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DoNeALD provide the winner, andl BaRocsrEr Say get a place. The other events may result as followvs --Craven Stakes, ACROSTICn; Halnaker Stakes, CHOPs-TE COLT ; Richmond Stakes, ROYAL HIA.5'r~oce or ROSY MomNs Sweepstakes, SONSTosREeSS Drayton Handicap, ConoaR or Rosin,; Ham Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the March Stakes, on the opening afternoon, to 'MnDLt AND 1, while the Craven Stakes may go to PEntaR, the Halnaker Stakes to FAsL NrxNwT or 1-I4&=EA.L, the Charlton Handicap to La½ Boumi or Mi.BEIrLE, the 11am Stakes to Rnxr-x, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 4; but the issue rested with Stronvar and Eiridspord, the latter being cleverly beaten by a neck. For the Halnaker Stakes, Itathbeal proved sunerior to his opponents, notwithstanding a penalty of 716, which, app ntly, made no difference to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7lb ............... , t I Air. H. W. H. Powell's Terror, list lbib .. G. Holmes t 2 Mr. Johnson's Halnaker, list 71b (Owner) did not pass the post. Betting: i to 4 on Terror.-Terror and Ascension alternately led, and Subscribers-only content

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