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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    Ifield manor, 99 perhaps Ifield green and Ifield wood respectively, since the latter was later described as Westwood common. 1 Lowfield heath was also commonable in 1761 by the manor tenants, who together with the demesne lessees were forbidden at

    List of maps

    from pieces of 17th-century carving, and the vestry screen is said to have been made from the County oak on Lowfield heath, cut down c . 1850. 23 Most other fittings are late 19th-century. Monuments include the mid 14thcentury recumbent

    Crawley New Town Churches

    a lantern at the east end. A church hall forms a north transept. The existing church of St. Michael , Lowfield Heath , was transferred from Charlwood (Surr.) to St. John's parish in 1959 . 36 The church of St.

    Townships Anglezarke

    courts had been held. The 3 s . rent had been paid to Lord La Warre . Broadcarr, Lee , Lowfield , Elmshaws, and Getelinghurst were field names; Derby Rent Roll in possession of the Earl of Lathom . Dep.

    Ifield Ifield , Bewbush and Colgate c. 1910

    edge of Lowfield heath in Charlwood (Surr.). 36 Ifield green had several ponds, which in 1761 were being illegally fished. In 1833 the vicar was granted a lease of one of them as a fishpond. 37 On Lowfield or Lovell

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Strickland Roger and Strickland Ketel

    the court for a licence to erect and have mills for making Gunpowder with proper Magazines upon certain closes called Lowfield, Johnson's Close and Calf Close, on the north west side of the River Sprint, but the Court refused granting

    Index of arms

    Litchfield , 467. Lock , 573. London , Bishopric, 348. Lovel , 337. Lovell , 306. (Q). Loving , 230. Lowfield , 105. Lowth , 349. M. Malmaynes , 464. Manners , Earl of Rutland, 307. (Q). Marmion , 105.

    Index, L - Z

    , 211. Lowden Lin Tree , P. Patrick , 276. Low End of the Heald , 211. Lowfield close , Stricklands , 148. Lowfield Toll-gate , Furness , 18. Lowgate Settling , Kendal , 86. Lowis , Isabel, 92, 93.

    Index of persons and Places, L

    allowance to for locking up the treasure, 252; allowance to for sorting records, 405. -, Thomas, of Bristol, tobacconist, 164. Lowfield , Thomas, late sheriff co. Surrey, 136. Lowman , , 28. -, -, bills for the gardens at Hounslow,

    Index of persons and Places, S

    General of revenues for. See Hart, R.; sheriff of, payment to, 190. See also Blugden, E.; late sheriff of. See Lowfield, T. Surridge , Thomas, collector of taxes for Standon parish, 309. Surville , , pension for, 145. Sussex ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will probably run, and PENELOPE or MAscaras might win- The Redhill Handicap I shall leave wit!1 Driu.IN and SHELDRAI'Y, the Lowfield 4"ursery with cc Onar or IsLAiNnE, and the 1lcatefiore Stakes with LE NORD and PALISANDB& The chief event at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who brougbt off a 7 to 1 chance. The day's racing terminated with the success 0) Dro- imonby in the Lowfield Nursery. The R omscrm ST&Ensof 10 soVS each, with 200 added. Sir 3 B~MapleOne mile. straight. W 8ir J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on EUCLID AND CHESTERFIELD. (I The Raven Plate, on the first day, should be won C by Tamo-ATLASII, and the Lowfield Nursery by BEN, a2 SarE or IRISH CAR. The Clharlwood. Handicap may 8 be taken by Eann,, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    alhuhthe arrival list can be considerably increased by -monin arivas. VV selections are appended- I RohscildPlae, Eviia; Raven Plate, lDIPLO1AT; Lowfield _Nursery, PORTO ; Honley Handicat'. MELANIE Mole Stakes, BoawN' Bca~u- Willow Nursery, CRERSE?7 Piuss;Charlwrood Handicap, flAy 'O Ross. Monday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. C. S. Glover witlh the neb return of 76. OFFICIAL ScOATEnixGs. - Cambridgeshire Stakes- Dumbarton. Willow Nursery, Gatwick: Diggings. Lowfield Nnrsery, Gatwick: Sarcastic. Gatwick en. gagements: Merry 6cot, Silky, and Lady Nydia. Thirsk engagements: Charles Lamb, Sulks, and Naiad. Subscribers-only content

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