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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Grinstead Economic history

    the Bidlington Kingsbarns manor court in the earlier 19th century. 77 About 1840 Jolesfield common comprised 76 a. and Partridge green 14 a. 78 Both were inclosed in 1872 , together with surviving roadside waste in Bidlington Kingsbarns manor. After

    West Grinstead Local government

    to cut timber in the 19th century. There are court rolls or draft court rolls for the manor of Bidlington Kingsbarns for the years 1610, 1612, 1620, 1630-7 , and 1728-1923 . Thirty-nine courts baron were held between 1728 and

    West Grinstead Manors and other estates

    by Sir Edward 's death in 1610 had come to be called the manor of BIDLINGTON AND KINGSBARNS , 49 later BIDLINGTON KINGSBARNS . 50 After 1610 it descended with Bentons in Sh ipley 51 until 1655, when Caryll Molyneux

    West Grinstead Ashurstn And West Grinstead c. 1960

    Nuthurst and Horsham . Bines Bridge existed by 1535 ; 44 its repair was enjoined on the tenants of Bidlington Kingsbarns manor in 1544 and 1728, 45 and it was ordered to be rebuilt in 1825 by the Baybridge Canal

    Cowfold Manors and other estates

    was held as a copyhold or customary tenement by the Martin family in the 17th century, 27 and Bidlington and Kingsbarns in West Grinstead , which itself derived from manors in Bramber and Upper Beeding 28 and of which Stonehouse

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the late Duke to the present as a treasure never to go out of the family.- -Paris Ppers.. At Kingsbarns, aged 92, Christian, widow of the late Robert Robertson, gardener at Balcaskie to Lord-Eglinton..- She was born i Pittenweem Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sunderland, Niehlolas Summers master, with itme, for . lDundee) wns totally wiecked in the forenoon, on the shore close to Kingsbarns. The vessel was tot seen from the land, but some spars and fragsoents of her hull have been picked Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    steamer has been sent tj Ler asistance. The Isab ha and Jane, of Dundee, in zntemjting to get ont of Kingsbarns on the 15th inst., got on shore, - and is now a total wreck; cargo (potozc) lost, but the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Maxwelltown, Kirendbrightshire. William Forrest, Greenock, draper, Aug. 4, 25, at 12 o'clock, at the While Hart Inn, Greenock. Andrew Corstorphinri, Kingsbarns, Fifeshire, banker, July 29, Aug. 26, at 12 o'clock, at the Black Bull Inn, St. Andrews. Robert Jackson, Glasgow,bookseller, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    improvement to the roving and spinning frames, already in use, can be made at a trifling cost. - Leeds Intelligencer. Kingsbarns. - Exi mi'i.ahy Hospitality. - On Capt. Feilden being about to leave Cambo House for Gray House, in Forfarshire, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acts, 1834

    From the Presbytery of St Andrews, Dr James Macdonald at Kemback, Dr Thomas Laurie at Newburn, Mr George Wright at Kingsbarns, Mr William Nicolson at Ferry-Port-on-Craig, ministers; John Hope, Esq., Dean of the Faculty of Advocates, Dr George Cook, Professor

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