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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ashurst Local government

    incorporated into the National school of 1872. 66 Meanwhile another poorhouse had been put up, also c . 1769, on Horsebridge common; 67 it was presumably one of the buildings at the south-east side of the common which belonged to

    Ashurst

    in 1621 55 and continued later. 56 At Horsebridge common in the south there were eight or ten houses in the later 18th century, some of which had originated as encroachments. 57 Horsebridge House , of the early 18th century,

    Ashurst Economic history

    waste land along the HorshamSteyning road, notably in the north-east and south where it widened to form Bines green and Horsebridge common. Bines green was presumably commonable by tenants of both King's Barns and Sele manors, since both manors fronted

    Parishes Houghton

    Houghton village. The north-western branch, after passing through Horsebridge , over the railway line (the Andover branch of the London and South-Western Railway , which skirts Houghton parish, has a station at Horsebridge ), continues through low-lying water meadows, and

    Parishes Farcet Mildmay. Argent three lions azure . Fiennes, Lord Saye and Sele. Azure three lions or .

    21 In 1562 John Johnson held a lease of all the fishery of Farcet , extending from Conquest Lode to Horsebridge and Whittlesea dyke. 22 At this time the tenants of the manor had common of pasture, fishing and fowling

  • * British History Online * *

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    Vintrie warde

    and now letten out to diuers men, and diuided into Tenements. Cutlars hall.; Bladers or Blade smithes.; Haftemakers.; Shethmakers. In Horsebridge streete is the Cutlars Hall. Richard de Wilehale 1295. confirmed to Paule Butelar this house and edifices in the

    Charles I - volume 402, November 15-30, 1638, 15 November 1638-30 November 1638

    is this: Francis Ryves, of Horsebridge, Hants, in March 1636, by his will having given to the heirs of the Humbers (his wife's kindred) all his land, he gave his lease of the farm of Horsebridge to his right heir, Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 449, March 26-31, 1640, 26 March 1640-31 March 1640

    Thanks for a present of cloth and figs. I see no colour for Mrs. Humber's claim to the farm of Horsebridge, even if all were true in the note she sent you. If Mr. Ryves, deceased, kept not promise with Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 October 1639-31 March 1640

    commissary of the, see Gibbons, John. general of the, see Conway, Edward, Viscount. master of the, see Hamilton, James, Marquis. Horsebridge farm Horsey , Sir George Ralph Horsfield , Henry, petition of Horsham , Sussex Horth , Thomas Horwood , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 September 1638-31 March 1639

    hundred, ship-money Horfield , manor and farm Horne , Mrs. Horse , master of the, see Hamilton, James, Marquess of. Horsebridge , Hants Horse racing Horses , exportation of Horsham , Sussex, writ to Horsleydown , Surrey Hort , , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    met with another disaster. The carriage in which they were coming in contact with another vehicle near the bridge at Horsebridge hill, over. turned, and the whole were precipitated into the road. Most fortunately, none of them sustained injury.-Joes Bull. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T- N Ail d-- J T : I I I E N I :-1l- I . s : L. -- PORTIN.GINTttt'M E: * : : i * l a . I lq- . . "AUWG N'OTII,'3 .Anothe'r-dIwAtroosday for' bacicers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t'z,s b'oxball, Paotos, W~ild Thymea, Couvre de-hef. .Solo Chccae, Emuperor, Bascaldne, Broadacese, EBestvood, KEfgdosn,lrriss, Voisines. !WlIerosoit CAn.'rLE STA!;lSK-Trsisiph, CroaspaDtch. Lloznn. Horsebridge, Glenrosa, ledesdate, Einnont Willie, Cisvi Questeur, Chamboran, Berger3c, Swveet William, &t;se, Tattoo, Dutch Courage, Noblesse flly, Free Kirk dlv. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arbitrator- ding Ass Dryad ,lir. Lainbert's Clarcisce the Mr. Blanton's Sir Wroth Ld Lurgan'a nister to Florence dish Hr. CanDOn's Horsebridge Sfr. haililey's Cora lak Mr. Cannon's Dunbrldge Mr. SMerry's c by Prince Charlie Mr. Charilton's Ben Venue ---lyvtery spr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and quality, the aveiage being 13%lb.' The sea fishing has been favourable. GREAT FIRE NEAR ESTBOURNE.-The East iSussex Flourmills, at Horsebridge, near Eastboorne, owned by Messrs, Burton and Co., were yesterday morning totally destroyed by fire. In addition to the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 March 1823, 21 March 1823

    repairing and improving the Roads from Union " Point, near Uckfield, to the Sea Houses in Eastbourne, " and from Horsebridge to Cross-in-Hand, all in the " County of Sussex;" to which they desire the Concur¬ rence of this House. Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1823, 24 March 1823

    improving the Roads Bill. " Roads from Union Point, near UcJcfield, to the Sea " Houses, in Eastbourne, and from Horsebridge to Cross- " in-Hand, all in the County of Sussex." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to the Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1823, 25 March 1823

    repairing and improving the Roads " from Union Point, near Uckfield, to the Sea Houses, in " Eastbourne, and from Horsebridge to Cross-in-Hand, all " in the County of Sussex," was committed ; " That they " had considered the Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1823, 26 March 1823

    improving the Roads Bill: " Roads from Union Point, near Uclrfield, to the Sea " Houses, in Eastbourne, and from Horsebridge to Cross- " in-Hand, all in the County of Sussex." The Question was put, " Whether this Bill shall Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1823, 2 May 1823

    repairing and improving the Roads " from Union Point, near Uckfield, to the Sea Houses, in " Eastbourne, and from Horsebridge to Cross-in-Hand, " all in the County of Sussex .-" " An Act for more " effectually repairing the Subscribers-only content

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