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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

    Lilleshall

    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

    Parishes Pitney

    proportion of common rights in the whole 'moor' in 1795 . 2 The detached meadows in Kingsmoor , east of Knole , were transferred to Long Sutton in 1885 . 3 The present area of the parish is 1,341 a.

    Parishes Limpsfield

    built the manor-house of New Hall . 53 Sir Thomas Gresham , who married Mary daughter of John Leonard of Knole , Kent , and widow of Guilford Walsingham , is described as residing in New Hall . 54 In

    Parishes Hangleton PARISH CHURCH of ST. HELEN HANGLETON

    family estates to his younger brother, Mortimer Sackville-West . 46 He was created on 2 October 1876 Lord Sackville of Knole , with special remainder, failing his issue male, to his two younger brothers Lionel and William Edward . As

    Somerton hundred The hundred of Somerton , c. 1840

    3 Suit to the forest court in the 13th century was required of Somerton , Kingsdon , Pitney , and Knole (in Long Sutton ). 4 It has also been suggested that the hundred may formerly have included the manors

    Epping Introduction and manors EPPING 1964

    D/DW E26/1, 2. C. Hussey , 'The Spell of Knole ' ( Country Life Annual , 1961), 28-36, pls. 4, 7, 10, 11; cf. M. Jourdain , Stuart Furniture at Knole . N. Pevsner, Buildings of England , London ,

    Parishes Somerton Somerton , 1971 Somerton parish (excluding Kingsmoor ), 1806

    662-3; Complete Peerage , s.v. Hamilton . Complete Peerage , s.v. Ilchester . Ibid. S.R.O., DD /PI 12/14. S.R.O., C/C, Knole Estate sale cat. 1913; DD /KW, sale cat. 1921; Hist. Somerton (W.I. hist.), 93. Rot. Litt. Claus . (Rec.

    West Tarring

    R.H. Clark ( 1964 ), 51, 91; W.R.L., sale cats. 1880-4 , no. 51. Hist. MSS. Com. 80, Sackville ( Knole ) , i, p. 84. S.P. 14/44/28 f. 49. E 134/2 Geo. I Mich. /4; W.S.R.O., Add. MS. 110,

    Index A - K

    Kenrick , Mat., 158 Kent , 6, 7, 243, 286; see also Canterbury ; Chilham ; Dartford ; Greenwich ; Knole ; Otford ; Penshurst ; Sandwich ; Stone; Woolwich ; Woolwich , North Kentish Town ( St. Pancras ,

    Index

    Rob., 130 fam., 130 Kirton : Edw., 117 fam., 75 Knight : John, 91 Thos., bell-founder, 49, 56, 79, 222 Knole , see Sutton , Long Knolton , John de (fl. 1322), and his s. John, 65 Knowles : C.,

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