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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Knights Templar Preceptory of Shipley

    ., and the goods £24 19 s . 71/2 d . There was a further £6 arising from lands in Loxwood and Wisborough. Among the knights examined with regard to the charges brought against their order were William de Egendon,


    of, Lovel , Francis, Loveys : John, John C., Wal., fam., Low Countries , trade with, Lowden Bros . , Loxwood , see Wisborough Green Luckin , fam., Ludgater , Thos., Lumley : Hon. Jas ., n Jane, see FitzAlan

    Climping CLIMPING c. 1875

    various buildings brought from elsewhere were erected, notably a brick and timber gatehouse incorporating both a late medieval building from Loxwood in Wisborough Green and a 17th-century house from Old Basing ( Hants ), and a one-storeyed timber-framed and thatched

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, June 1609, 01 June 1609-30 June 1609

    ( 127 67) The King's Woods in Sussex 1609, June 7. Valuation of the King's woods in the manor of Loxwood, parish of Greene. Signed by Henry Shelley, Justice, and Edmond Gavell, surveyor. 7 June, 1609. p . ( 132

    Index, J, K

    52 grants annuity to Lord Sheffield in lieu of patent for manufacture of alum, 55 valuation of his woods at Loxwood, 64 his book sent to Archduke and various kings and princes, 64 recalls Edmondes from Brussels, 64 letter to

    Cecil Papers, 1612, 01 January 1612-31 December 1612

    and Henry Barttelot to the Earl of Salisbury. [Before May 24, 1612 ] . The King has a manor called Loxwood in the county of Sussex, which has only a waste or common bringing in 3:11:0 of rent from free

    Index, L

    Lowther , Lancelot, of the Inner Temple, London, Solicitor to the Queen 94 Lowthes , co. Herts. manor of, 196 Loxwood , co. Sussex manor of, 213 Lucas , Bridget, wife of Francis Lucas petition to William, Earl of Salisbury,

    Index, T

    166 Thrace [Greece ] 177 Three Foxes , The, inn, near New Inn, Westminster, London 281 Threele , Richard, of Loxwood, co. Sussex petition to Cecil, 213 Throckmorton , Mr. See Throckmorton, William Throckmorton , William his claim to manor

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OKEHURST, John, of Wisborough Green and Kirdford, Suss.

    years later was among the parishioners of Wisborough who obtained from Bishop Rede a licence to build a chapel at Loxwood, because they found it difficult to reach their parish church in the winter on account of the rain and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lu1)iIls (JUT. C OFi'MOTION. For Ike best St'anna Patnsee for th'e best Spssed llegu],ator, forthee bees Lunbricatoc, frr the ba-at Loxwood. Applv LIMtB, !Tsarzisa. ELLALAD. l3lt. 4i=. diam~et-~r; nlijir re,.1.13 d rapl o driving 5v0 ha~res pote r. Addest rc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lev. Jolii Jr a liveo l, -t Lyn. Cs apel, Surrey, and diuighter ,.L t-e I--- dlHii Iiiiig, l"Sq., of Loxwood llonse, S i r ttit yetL. G!:',1'.-cptlihbr 2:;, at Frankfort-on.thc-Maino, Geiamm- caltitatjiath, Dr. Maximiliail Get:;, ill Gll1 l.'l();-Selitlelbler 28, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, with thieir witnefles. The tempetl on Tuefday innt fell very beavy in Tfome parts of Suftx,, and particularly at Loxwood, where the houfes were fliaken by the violence of the thtuider, and a poor boy 1iruck dead by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scripture Unirn were hihi i,, ih Athenrcurm- room. The Re'. J. Taylor Sw. iih, tit St. Geow g 's. Upper Loxwood, so well known for hi' wvork amongst children in Lonelo , and who was prevetio .. by illness fr,.u Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ccteq. uictrSi-ituathe at;and of Messrs. H RINGtat*. Surreyandi Suinno-Froetlold Estote for Investmnent atlid S)p'rtinig, with thle ,ilanors of IDrungewicik and Loxwood, with Fiunos, Helorlts, andl Qit itntut, ani abont 14131acreii, lying very compa,,ct in the lpariheui of W1tisbortugh green, Alfold, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Edmund Burke, 12/3/1573

    Liber Cleri Detail CCEd Record ID: 205799 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Burke Forename Edmund Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 12/3/1573 Office/Status Reader Location Loxwood// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/8/13 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment

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