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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sullington Manors and other estates

    and successor Bernard both died in 1951 , and in 1952 the farm with 546 a. was sold to the Kittle family, which still owned it in 1983 . 26 The farmhouse was evidently the medieval manor house and consists

    Index K-Z

    (fl. 1327- c . 1380), Rob., Sim., Kingsfold , in Warnham, see Warnham Kingston by Sea , Kingston-on-Thames (Surr.) , Kittle , fam., Knebworth , Ld., see Lytton, John Knepp , Wm. of, Knepp , in Shipley , cast.,as address,chap.,rds.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Surnames beginning 'K'

    7.9 Kiteridge Anne, ser, 49.3 Kit(t)son : Edw, ser, 26.8 Ric, ser, 4.3 Kitterman Hen; Eleanor, w; Marg, d, 17.94 Kittle : Ann, 1.12 Randall; Martha, w; John Williams, grand-s, 1.33 Kittleby John; Eliz, w; Martha, d; Francis, s, 52.2

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1737-31 December 1737

    -, letter from, 425, -, taken by Spaniards, 488 . Kipp , Abraham, of N.Y., mariner, affidavit of, 211v, 212x. Kittle , John, master of St. James, 61i. Knight , Edward, provost marshal of Bahamas, 397v. Knight , James, m.,

    Index, J,K

    , Ketylton, Henry, curate of St. Dunstan's in the West, 937. -, William, clerk of Lichfield, 962 (ii). Kettehulle. See Kittle. Ketteringham , Keteryngham, Norf., Castelyns manor in, 106. Kettleby , Ketelby, Ketylby [in Melton Mowbray ] , Leics, 598, Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, K

    Kirry . See Kerry. Kirtley See Kirkley. Kitchingman , Bryan, ii. 1063. Kite . See Keyt. Kittermister . See Kidderminster. Kittle in Ilston (Kythal alias Kitle), co. Glamorgan, manor and lordship of, ii. 544. Kittlewell , John, i. 451. Kizlingberry

    Index, P

    816. Penkney , Elizabeth wife of Robert, 266. -, Robert, 266. Pennard , Pennarthe [Glam. ] , lordship, 860. -, Kittle in, 860. Pennarthe [ or (?) Penuarthe ( unidentified ) ] , Cornw., 414. Pennes , in Aldenham, Herts, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Thomas Henry, with the Deputy-Commissioners, Captains Elarris and Labalmondiere, and the chiefs of the A division, Messrs Walker and Kittle. This force, however, though strong enough in itself, was still stronger in the supports it ,ould command and depend Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which are in full pttotiiO, 'end are yielding a large and constantly i0creusang revenue. t'ie property, whilch isnkown as the Kittle Mining Fstate, sad is situate in Round Valley, Plumas Cosety Califiralo, has an area of 517 acres, includ- ogo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    --iirethia It Ws iL a rat -tseith tilt r-a seas a cpcta1t'.r- ey da Io'slcted-nod ho wasthobtigedtlto gave tiiena £otiee.'-Sr. Kittle: 1 atit Vodta x r prepartng -wit h a view to goin g on.-BHis Lordship: 'Yen must be ready Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In this town have risen from journeymen, and their aim is to get as much money as possible in as Kittle time as possible, They make from patteras which were in demand when they themselves worked at the bench, without Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &C., wihreIn full opeietion, and are yielding a large ad constautly increasing revenue.E The Property. which It known as the Kittle Mining Retate, and& in kituated In Bound Valley. Flitoan county, California, hoe an area of 017 acres, inciuding a Subscribers-only content

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