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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Steyning Parliamentary representation

    early 17th centuries, the Leedses of Wappingthorn and the Farnfolds of Gatewick in the 17th century, and the Gorings of Highden and the Faggs of Wiston in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. 13 Contests between the different interests

    Washington Washington And Wiston c. 1875

    There were parks at both Highden and Rowdell in 1875 . 91 Highden park, where there had been plantations in 1814 , 92 was enlarged before 1896, 93 but was converted to other uses after Highden House became a school

    Steyning Manors and other estates

    it descended with Wappingthorn 17 until 1664, when Englebert Leeds sold it to Henry (later Sir Henry ) Goring of Highden in Washington . 18 In 1681 it was settled on Sir Henry 's daughter Elizabeth and her husband Timothy

    The hundred of Buttinghill

    of Hurstpierpoint to the Shaws , Buttinghill Hundred was apparently acquired by another branch of the family, the Gorings of Highden . It descended in that family in the 18th century 16 and was still held by Sir Charles Foster

    Sullington Manors and other estates

    . 56 Gibson advertised it for sale with 714 a. in 1887 . 57 It belonged to Gen. Godman of Highden in Washington in 1910 . 58 During the Second World War the farm was taken over by the army

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GORING, Sir Harry, 6th Bt. (1739-1824), of Highden, Suss.

    6th Bt. (1739-1824), of Highden, Suss. Constituency Dates New Shoreham 1790 141796 Biography Goring’s half-brother Charles Goring† had been chosen Member for Shoreham in 1774, at the first general election after the franchise had been extended to the rape of

    GORING, Sir Henry, 4th Bt. (1679-1731), of Highden, and Wappingthorne, nr. Steyning, Suss.

    4th Bt. (1679-1731), of Highden, and Wappingthorne, nr. Steyning, Suss. Constituency Dates Horsham 4 Apr. 1707 1708 Steyning 1 Feb 1709 1715 Horsham 16 June 1715 Ofifces Held Capt. in Col. Edmund Soame’s Ft. 1705; transferred to Col. Samuel Masham’s

    GORING, Henry (1679-1731), of Highden, Washington, Suss.

    (1679-1731), of Highden, Washington, Suss. Constituency Dates Horsham 4 Apr. 1707 1708 Steyning 1 Feb 1709 1715 Horsham 16 June 1715 Ofifces Held Burgess, Horsham 1703. Ofifces Held Capt. of ft. Edmund Soame’s* regt. 1705–7, Samuel Masham’s* regt. 1707–11; col.

    GORING, Henry I (1622-1702), of Highden, Washington, Suss.

    I (1622-1702), of Highden, Washington, Suss. Constituency Dates Sussex 1660 Steyning 1661 Steyning Mar. 1679 Sussex 1685 Ofifces Held J.p. Suss. July 1660-July 1688, Sept. 1688-9, dep. lt. Aug. 1660-May 1688, commr. for assessment Aug. 1660-80, 1689, sewers, W. Suss.

    HALLE, John II (d.1434), of Pebsham and Hellingly, Suss.

    mainprise for Pelham at the Exchequer, and two years later the two men shared a moiety of the manor of Highden as conveyed to them by John Reymes*. Together with Sir John, in 1411 Halle was made a feoffee of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wansted

    (after a long and painful illness) by swallowing a prune stone," 1773; John Anna, wife of Sir Harry Goring of Highden, Sussex, 1774; W alter Fletcher, Esq. of Cumberland, 1775; Capt. John Crighton, 1776; William Hopkins, Gent. 1777; Thomas Colby,

    General Index, G, 01 March 1678-31 December 1678

    Williamson at Oxford Goring , Henry, letter of Capt. Peckham, nephew of, renewal of lease desired by of Higden, Sussex, (Highden in Washington), grant of a baronetcy to Sir William, to be removed to the Tower to be kept in Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    14 (p. 6): pp. 539, 562: g. 282 (20), 613 (38), 733 (24), 831 (35). High Bavyer . See Bavaria. Highden (Hyden) , near Washington, Suss., g. 613 (11, 12). Highfylde (Hieghfeld) , John, 608 (3, 4 iii.). Highhall ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the late John Freelaind; Esq. of Cobham, Surrey. On the Ist inst. in his 81th year, Sir Harry Goring, of Highden, Sussex, Bart. On -the 16th Sept. Peter Lee, Eso. British Consul at Alexandria.. On the 23d ult. at Felix-terrace, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Poore, of Wickham, Esq. Suffolk-John Francis Leathes, of Herringfleet, Esq. Surrey-William Crawford, of Dorking, Esq. Sussex-Sir Charles Foster Goring, of Highden, Bart. WarwickshireWilliam Dilke, of Maxtock Castle, Esq. Wiltshire-Tho. Baskerville Mynors Baskerville, of Rockley House, Esq. Worcestershire-George Farley, of Henwick, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Goring, second son of Sir Charles F. Gorin%, Bart., of Highden, Sussex, to Maria Arabella, eldes daughter of General the Hou. Frederick St. John At'reignmouth, J. Staunton Lambert, Esq., MV.P., to the Hon. Camden t- zabeth, only child of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    19th inst. at St. George's, Joshua Robert Minnitt, Esq. of. An'ab;g Tipperary, to Elizabeth, daughter of Sir C. Goring, of Highden, Sussex, Bart. On the 19th inst. at Kensington, Lieut. Wn. Staines Payne, Royal Artillery, to Emma, eldest daughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son. DIGBY-February 5, in Old Burlington street, Lady Theresa Digby, of a daughter. GORING-February 8, at Highden, Sussex, the lady of Sir Harry Dent Goring, Bart., of a daughter. MOORE-February 3, at ting's house, the Close, Salisbury, the wife of Subscribers-only content

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