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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Aldingbourne Parish Church of St Mary Aldingbourne

    41 LIDSEYLIDSEY , as we have seen, was linked with Aldingbourne in the Saxon charters, and the manorial over-lordship remained with the bishops. In 1229 a commission was appointed to define the bounds between the bishop's estate of Lidsey

    Bersted Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene , South Bersted

    Add. MS. 39488, fol. 197. The farm and demesne of Shripney were sold by John Pott to John Hasler of Lidsey : Add. MS. 5690, fol. 181. Fleming, Pagham , 140. Suss. Rec. Soc . xli, 119. Add. MS. 5678,

    Barnham BARNHAM c. 1762 (from W.S.R.O., Goodwood MS. E 4996 ) Barnham Court in 187 6

    Portsmouth-Arundel canal was opened through the centre of the parish in 1823 , 23 crossing the Barnham brook and the Lidsey rife in the west by embankments, while south and south-east of the village it was crossed itself by two

    Eastergate BARNHAM AND EASTERGATE c. 1939

    site of the modern villag e, on valley gravel; there is alluvium in the valleys of the Barnham brook and Lidsey rife in the south-east and south-west, and a little London clay east and north-east of Barnham station; 5 severe

    Index

    Thos. (fl. 16th cent.), Thos. (fl. 1699), libraries , see under names of places Lichfield (Staffs.) , Liddle , Jos., Lidsey rife , Lilford , Lds., see Powys Limerick ( Ireland ) , Linch , Urse of, Linchmere , see

  • * British History Online * *

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    America and West Indies, July 1633, 01 July 1633-31 July 1633

    leave granted him to come to England, leaving his family behind. Wish to be informed of the carriage of Jo. Lidsey, the apothecary. Have resolved to place the public servants into families; their distribution. Approve of his judgment in the

    America and West Indies, July 1634, 01 July 1634-31 July 1634

    America and West Indies July 1634 July 1634 July 1. Brooke House. Minutes as above. Capt. Fletcher offers his services. Mr. Hunt's answer to the charges drawn up by Mr. Treasurer, and judgment. Hunt discharged from further attendance. His

    General Index, L, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    see Wright, Robert. Lichfield and Coventry , Bishops of, old palace of Liddell , Thomas Lide , Henry certificate of Lidsey , James Lightfoot , John "Lighthorseman," a boat[? ] so called Lignes , see Lintz. Liker , Richard Lilley Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 December 1652-30 June 1653

    petition of Lewington , Robt. Lewis , Griffin Thos. Mr., victualler Dr. Ensign Liddall , Thos. Liddell , David Wm. Lidsey , Jas. Life , Mr., of Downham, commission to Lightfoot , Capt. Luke, certificate by letter of Lighthouses Lilburne Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 428, September 1-20, 1639, 01 September 1639-20 September 1639

    Lidsey, merchant, complaining of many disturbances which they have received in their trade by occasion of Capt. Butler and others, and desiring that they might proceed, according to an order of the Board of the 7th August last, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blirkimorbofl W. Clutter- buclcfBerkniortorl; J. W. Darrell, Blisraeptoni f.~ Fortrt, Oidbnry ; G. Hatton, Kidderminster; L. eKngas Norton ;S J,. Lidsey. 131shampton ; (I. F. Lvindon, [BgsNotn S Mlarshi, Oldbury 3 . Moor, Oldbury; T. 3. Moor, lKitigos Norton G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. George £yatt. Fat LAM 11BS. 75 Fat anti Store CATTLE. including 16 Well-bred Shorthorn two-year-old Bullocks, from Mr. WiS. Lidsey. PIGS, CIHEESE, &c, A t Twelve o'cloek. 1A E. G RIGHTON, Auctioneer. I PEEMISES TO LET. ( ? - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    usAMJOLE (Cowz*). dru~~oe Old. tso orlaig elvrdany diaztaoce-For ~~~ also ~~~~~~~~six old portable f~~~r Dartmou~~~~~~thrteet. C3523 Sirla Gam 012.1 date 1783, in lo .SV5~i~n~eM,.J~s. 07. DailyPost. -07"9 300. foe ~~ May Z-Haoclaworei Perfect Thri~ft M~~ tO~on Asto Stec l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGUOIES, TRAVELLRS (conid), CABM' an Au -gSyWanted fat Scotland: advertisse 4yDB _S edsteads, or Brass FiurnIRSr;BMaf Win.urers.-AgoacyWantjd; covering Scotland regularly.- W Porteons and Co.. Glasgow. %my.6 L' Y RAP ntedi Junior to Travelfor Whoeaedpr .L. sont;mus,_rde a cycle.-Ware Brothers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all of this town. r Same day, Mr. Joseph Midgley, of Meanwood, farmer, to a MIss Nancy l)can, of P Lidsey. Samne dav, iMr. William Appleynrd, painter, to Aliss Sarah Dyson, buth of this town. Same day, at Tadcester, Mr. Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 02/1781

    pursuant to Order of Committee, dote 10 Novr. 1780, Names Settlements Taken from Conveyd to Magistrates Andrews Jane 9 Child} Lidsey Somerset House Colnbrook Jno Shewood Esqr 15 Anderton Law Wake field York House Died Jno Levy Esqr B was

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