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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lower Beeding Nonconformity

    chapel at Colgate in 1875 , when the three families of dissenters who lived there attended chapels at Horsham or Handcross (in Slaugham ). 79 A small brick Baptist chapel seating 100 was built there in 1890 , and survived

    Parishes Slaugham PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARY SLAUGHAM

    and it is divided into four districts: Handcross , Pease Pottage , Warninglid , and Slaugham . Church Mission Rooms are situated in the three first. There are Baptist and Methodist chapels at Handcross . The soil is sand and

    Parishes Balcombe

    The church is north-west of the village, beside the main road, and opposite it a road branches off west to Handcross . Near the church is the former rectory, an early-18th-century house of brick with stone dressings. On the forest

    Ashington Ashington c. 1875

    Ashington common towards Shipley village, also evidently a drove road, existed in 1464 . 27 A road from Ashington to Handcross in Slaugham was mentioned in 1648 . 28 By the earlier 18th century the common was the meeting place


    4,000 acres, at an altitude of 585 ft. Here a number of roads cross, from Lindfield to Caterham , from Handcross to East Grinstead , and another coming from Three Bridges . The village lies 11/2 miles south of Grange

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Handcross Lodge

    0 Meeting Places Village Hall , High Street , Handcross, Sussex , England 1966 Highley Manor Hotel , Crawley Lane , Balcombe, Sussex , England 1985 Handcross Parish Hall , Handcross, Sussex , England 1986 Masonic Hall , Ifield Green

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    January 9, 1800. Alesandwr M. Clark, LondnIn, improvemerite in breech teodie0 freArms end cartridges. Dated January 1i, 188G. lieholas Voice, Handcross, Suo3ex, improvements in appwraet connected with closets and urinals. Dated January 18, lt'.g Henry Y. ID. Scott, London, improvemente Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rolti, ahboedning in beealifinl aeonery irita ratesociety. tseldecoheletatslrtlotgi-A eicesofit FR3SI(iIulD d ESTATr , of Lebdit 2OIA.'re. t io situate at Handcross in lice r parhab of filsesgicasen edcdl 2zt. ceshlsula fease Bolcocabu Stalioa on. tlle sepinic Brigplton Ltne and four Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prize, Captain Eornby. CLtA56 3--First prize, CaPtain Hornby; second prize, -r. John Tay~lor, Shepherd's Bush. CLAS4 DoRaING,-(SINGLE COMBED.) IeyLAS4-eFirstprize,Mr J.Lewry, Handcross, Craw- Prize second prize, Mr. J. Boys, Biddenhamn; third rize, Captaic Hornby. r.Joss 5.-First prize, Mr. J. Lewry; second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    good meadow, and ill may be broken up to gr. it .-dvaiitlg-.. To view, apply to Mr. William Jllpp of Handcross ; but to tr.-at, app'y pisoi-.l!" to A. C. Hudson . 1, Little Gtorge street, V\ estmiaster. - Letters Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WUliams, of Probus (for- merly of the West Briton Office, Truro), to Esther, second daughter of Mr. Charles Smith, of Handcross, Sussex. WRIGHT- WILLIAMS -At Camborne, June 13. the Rev. Samuel Wright, of Jarrow, to Mies Emily Wil- liams, of Subscribers-only content

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