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You searched for: Place: Knole, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Long Sutton Long Sutton and Kingsmoor , 1814

    fields around Knole , including Knapfield which first occurs in 1521 . 37 Only three, Knole Hill , Knole Middle, and Knole Hither fields were still in existence by 1760 , and by 1814 only small areas of Knole Hill

    Pitney hundred Pitney hundred, c. 1842

    1225 . 3 By 1316 the manor also included the hamlet of Knole , in Long Sutton , but only for fiscal, not for jurisdictional purposes. 4 Knole was a possession of Henry Lorty, lord of Pitney . 5 In


    the position of the attackers' siegeworks. 82 Already in 1598 , however, the field where it lies was called the Knole , 83 a name suggesting surface irregularities. 84 A hoard of 522 coins, buried c . 1643, was found

    Parishes St Peter with Whittington

    centuries a house belonging to the dean and chapter called 'The Sign of the Cock ' stood in La Knole at Knole End (ibid. 107, 109). Habington describes it as 'an ancient gate where a king's statue appeareth.' 'Within it,'

    Parishes Racton Racton Parish Church

    principal feature is the main staircase, of the early 17th century, which is of the same type as those at Knole , Hatfield , and other houses of the period but has been badly refixed. It rises in three short

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARRIED. CaMonday, at Lord Clifford-r. residenre in Mansfield street, the Hon. Mr. Setourton, eldest sr of Lord Stourtoss, to the Hou. Lucy Clifford, tourth daughter o lstrsl Cliftbrd.: ODt Tutoscoay, at St. Geostge's, Hanover oqtntroetWiizarsu, 'osle lMiddlt1on , Eq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lives, and afterwards to her daughtersi their Countesses, and their respective issue. The furniture,.pictures, and other orha- mental articles at Knole and Bucklhurt, which she had power to dispose of, are directed to be sold; the produce to be applied Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KNoqa,.-KBy the demise of the Ductless of Doaset, the Earis of Ply. mouth and Delawar divide thirty-six thousand a year. Knole, in Kent, 'was bequeathed to the furme , he beian the richest man of the two, en the exprvss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PnicE-Prints, Imperial Quarto, 5s.; Proofs, Colombier Quarto, 7s. 6d.; India Paper, Imperial Folio, 12s. CoNsTENTrS-Hllm House, Surrey-St Osythos, Essex-Retainers' Gallery, Knole, Kent. THE FIRST VOLUME 15 JUST COMPLETED. PRicE-Prints, Imperial Quarto, half-bound, 21. 5s.; Proofs, Colombier Quarto, half-bound, 31. 6B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    only son of the Rev. I{. J. Gunning, rector of Wigan, to Isabella Mary, eldest diughter of Colonel Master, of Knole park, Gloucestershire, and late of tne 3rd L'egiment of Foot Guardss -On the 111th inst.. at Youghal, H. Aylmer Subscribers-only content

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