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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Nicholas , Lewes

    them contributed 36 s . to its support, and a further 15 s . was charged upon the manors of Langney , Falmer , and Swanborough ; 1 at the time of the dissolution the total payment to the support

    Alien houses Priory of Wilmington

    son William gave other lands in Pevensey , Jevington , Tilton , Heighton , Milton and elsewhere, fishing rights at Langney , and the churches of Firle , East Dean , and West Dean . Amongst other benefactors may be

    Outlying Parts of the Liberty THE LIBERTY c. 1750

    priory there c . 1130. 63 Langney was granted to St. Frideswide's by Oseney abbey c . 1190 and was held of the lord of Northgate hundred. 64 From 1244 the priory leased Langney to its tenants on Binsey .

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    J. , Bignell , Hen., Billings , John, Billingsley , Thos., Binsey , agric., called Thornbury , ch., ct., green, Langney in, man., Perch inn, rights in Port Meadow , road to, St. Margaret's well, sch., taxation, Wyke in, Birmingham

  • * British History Online *

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    James I: Volume 14, May-June, 1605, 01 May 1605-30 June 1605

    Warwick, and lands, co. Monmouth. [ Docquet . ] May 14. Like grant to the Same of the manors of Langney and Willingdon, and certain lands called Pilchers Courtheth and Longland, co. Sussex, held of the Duchy of Lancaster. [

    Henry VIII, November 1540, 26-30, 26 November 1540-30 November 1540

    ( locagium ) in Kyngeston, Boroughmer, and Langney, Sussex, viz., 16 hens, four cocks, and 60 sheep yearly from the tenants in Kyngeston, and the same from the tenants in Boroughmer and Langney; and the customs on the carriage of

    Index, L

    524. Langley , Hants, g. 1217 (6). Langley , Herts, 868. Langley park , Bucks, 225. Langley , Will., 974. Langney (farm belonging to Lewes priory), 583. Langorwyth. See Langwathe. Langton , Linc., 975 (f. 8). Langton (Longton), Sir Thos,

    Henry VIII, February 1538, 21-28, 01 February 1538-28 February 1538

    the manors of Swanbargh, Kyngeston near Lewes, Southover, Falmer, Ballysden, Wyghtden, Dechenyng, Garden, Balneth, Horsted Parva, Atlyngworth, Im ber horne, Langney, Ovyngden, Nytymber, and Wantley, Sussex; Carleton, Camb.; Melton Mowebraye Prioris, Leic, and Haly fax, Yorks.; the rectories [and ]

    Henry VIII, July 1509, 01 July 1509-31 July 1509

    the sea, and from Hanwell within the flow of the sea from ( qu . to ?) Estborn, Wellyngdon, and Langney. Westm., 12 July. Pat 1 Hen. VIII. p . 2, m . 2 d . [ 297 . ]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one, without good reason shown, was allowed to enter the area. The ground, except for the Martello Towers and E Langney Fort, is quite clearof habitation or cultivation; and the projectiles, when they had spent themselves, had fthe choice of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L_£Y \a = I?CRL ALIOTMKZEMN, Vt VALLWkRS3 and ARMTl2AT01:C6. i-TABJjSbIIz2 2a6?. ACRON ROOyiS arnal OFFICES:-. taST-kPAJSADE, ThETIS. EC-rE. yoSdvi-- A POSIOhIY.tEnS jsc~d12a2 ~N ioI ~ CEIIY EXT -"m ~ HOR, C", arid roxmsra, - .ir ~ '~ttt-erm f a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OP BANIULUPTCY. O'1Iagan V. Mullen; Garnier v. .J7acsonll; Moore v. U'Brlle; Warnock v. Ulo1en; Ititchie v. Garmocy. 'TJlIALS t4Y JUVLY. Langney v. Howson; Gibbons v, Greshan; Mailton v. Smith. HTEl;0YT1EPTV ,0,,;l, JUDICIAL (OlIrTEM OF' 'FE PLtTCYCOI'NlTTJ For Tiuirsday-Apiitieiiioll ot Ctlolher Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and after that he appeared, as and made his peace. Then we have the case of a h man at Langney. on the property of Mr. Richard he Gowring. There was a suspicion that he had ob- 3d tained turf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTIlNG APPOITElINTl STAG HOtUxDs. rdy luha Her Majestyas Hounds -Tuesday, ]jolstrods Park; Friday, Slough-at eleveno Atberstons-Monday, Kirkby; Tuesday, Green Man, Maoxll; Wednesday, Twyoross; Fridasy, Coton House; Satnuday, Oldbury Hall-ay elevn. Blackmoor Vale-Monday, yen; Wed11c!day, Stopehead; Friday, Pulham Cross Roads; Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    42 Geo. 3. to continue 17 Geo. 3. for repealing 27 Geo. 2. for amending Road from Union Point to Langney .Bridge, and for more effectually repairing said Road; and for amending Road from the Side Gate on Horsebridge Road Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1802, 17 February 1802

    Repair, the Road leading from Union Point, near the " Town of Uckfield, in the C )unfy of Siiffex, to Langney '" Bridge, in the Parifti of Wefiham, in the faid County, " and for more effeftually repairing the faid Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1802, 8 March 1802

    Fields, and all other Commonable Lands, within, inclofune M committed. " Town of Uckfield, in the County of SuJJ'ex, to Langney and belonging to, the Hamlet and Tything of Broughton, " Bridge, in the Parifh of Weflham, in the faid Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1802, 19 March 1802

    Point, near the Reading, Wallingford, Wantage, and Farringdon, as well "" Town of Uckfield, in the County of SuJJex, to Langney as feveral large intermediate Villages 5 and therefore the " Bridge, in the Parifh of Wefiham, in the faid Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1823, 10 February 1823

    public Records of the county are kept, are too small, the town of Uckfield, in the county of Sussex, to Langney and in other respects incommodious ; and it would be of Bridge, in the parish of Westham, and other Subscribers-only content

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