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    BROKE, John (d.c.1417), of Hartfield and East Grinstead, Suss.

    (d.c.1417), of Hartfield and East Grinstead, Suss. Constituency Dates Sussex 1393 Ofifces Held Commr. of gaol delivery, Battle May 1378; sewers, Suss. Feb. 1381, Feb. 1382, June 1385, Feb. 1386, July 1389, Feb. 1390, Feb., July 1391, Feb. 1392, Apr.

    ALFRAY, John II, of East Grinstead, Suss.

    ALFRAY, John II, of East Grinstead, Suss. Constituency Dates East Grinstead Dec. 1421 East Grinstead 1422 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Suss. Nov. 1419. Biography In 1416, called 'the younger', this John Alfray was made a trustee of property in

    MONTGOMERIE, Hugh (c.1663-1735), of Busbie, Ayr. and Hartfield, Dunbarton.

    of Busbie, Ayr. and Hartfield, Dunbarton. Constituency Dates Scotland 1707 1708 Ofifces Held Burgess, Glasgow 1688, provost 1701–32; burgess, Edinburgh 1703; dep. lt., Ayrshire 1715; commr. visitation, Glasgow Univ. 1718, rector 1725–6. Ofifces Held Dir. Co. of Scotland 1699. Ofifces

    SACKVILLE, Christopher (by 1519-58/59), of Albourne and Worth, Suss.

    last French war and in the following reign he presumably fought in Scotland. In 1547 he leased 240 acres in Hartfield, Sussex, with one of his brothers-in-law, John Ashburnham I, and 11 years later he granted his share to another,

    BOWYER, Henry (d.1606), of Cuckfield, Suss.

    from c.1592, q. 1594. Biography Bowyer was the grandson of John Bowyer, yeoman, of Hartfield, Sussex, who was probably the successful ironmaster of that name but whose connexion with the Bowyers of Petworth, North Mundham and Chichester, Sussex, is doubtful.

    PELHAM, Nicholas (by 1513-60), of Laughton, Suss.

    White Hart at Lewes, in 1557 the site for the future family mansion at Halland, and in 1558 lands in Hartfield from his brother-in-law Christopher Sackville. There is no indication that he profited directly from the dissolution either of the

    SAUNDERS, William (by 1497-1570), of Ewell, Surr.

    others than Cawarden. In 1547 one William Warner had sold him the manor of Parrock with an iron mill near Hartfield in Sussex, and after Warner’s death a claim by his son that the sale was not complete had been

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