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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Nuthurst Economic history

    quarried on Mannings heath. 99 In 1830 large amounts of sandstone were being quarried at Sedgewick for paving and roofing, 1 and in the last quarter of the 19th century quarrying was being carried on east of Mannings Heath ,

    White Colne Economic history

    Hall estate was used for pig, poultry, and arable farming. 89 In 1997 Brambles and Morlands farms were mixed farms, Mannings was arable, Whites a fruit farm, and Toad Hall a vineyard; other farms which extended into the parish concentrated

    Nuthurst Singlecross Hundred (continued) Horsham and surrondings c. 1875

    uninclosed heathland in 1724 , 17 but had been largely reclaimed before 1795. 18 Mannings heath, however, named by 1724 19 apparently from lands called Mannings in 1650 , 20 continued uninclosed until the later 19th century, though diminished in

    Parishes Woodhurst

    at the Dissolution when it was leased to Ralph Clay . 49 It was held with the manor by the Mannings in 1631 , 50 but was conveyed to John Halsted , clerk, by Garshon and William Manning in 1640

    Parishes Urchfont Urchfont, 1784

    in Urchfont and Wedhampton , including Manor and Dairy farms at Lydeway (known in 1969 as Lydeway farm), Manor and Manning's farms at Wedhampton (known in 1969 as Manor farm), and Manor farm at Urchfont , to the trustees of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, July 1607, 1-15, 01 July 1607-15 July 1607

    other pirates call their general and whom Mannings had much assisted. And although their offence ( mechancet ) was manifest and declared by three witnesses as required ( conformes ) confronted with Mannings and Exton, yet to make it more

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

    [ Colonial Entry Bk., Vol. III., pp . 165-66. ] July 9. Minutes as above. Answer to petition of Ric. Mannings, for recompence as overseer of the public workmen. Letter from Capt. Axe, concerning the accounts for his tobacco, the

    General Index, M, N, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    [Manister, Manyster ] -, Thomas, 31 -, William, 337 Manfield , see Mansfield. Manlie , John, 180 -, Thomas, 9 Mannings [Maning, Manynge ] -, Helen, 34 -, Henry, 249 Mannington , William, 151 Mansell [Mansyll ] -, John, 24,

    General Index, M, 01 July 1659-31 May 1660

    Mann , Sir Wm. Manners , John, Lord Roos, letter of letter to parents of (Earl and Countess of Rutland) Mannings , captain of militia Mansell , Col. Bussy letter to Mr. Manteufell , M., pass for Mantle , John Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 January 1651-31 October 1651

    Justice of Peace Manners , Cecilia, Dowager Countess of Rutland Lady and servants, pass for Manning , Jno., pass for Mannings , Jno. Manrithek , Mr. Mansell , Bussey Mary, pass for Oliver Mansfield , co. Notts Mansfield , Lord, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Queene Mary. The examination, apprehension, and answers of Edm. Allen.

    the Martyrs.Ioane Bradbridge of Stapleherst. Walter Appelbie of Maidstone. Petronil his wife. Edmund Alen of Fritenden. Katherine his wife. Ioane Mannings wyfe of Maidstone. Elizabeth a blinde Maiden.As concerning the generall Articles commonly obiected to them in the publicke Consistory,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y gwaitb, yn enwedig i Mr. Christmas Evans am ei yni a'i laEor didin gyda'r doabarthiadau, hefyd i Misa Mannings a Miss Saunders yr sthrawessau; dangosas- ant oll y parch mwyaf iddo of a Mrs. Oliver Jnnes ; dymunai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gallont ymgystadln ft'r Saeson. Rhaid oedd iddo hefyd gaed d*eyd giag o barth i'v Ladies' College, ymha le yr.oedd' MTsi Mannings yin brif-athrawes. Yr oedd pobpeth yno hefyd yn hyaod foddhaol. Baont oll yn gydwybodol gyda'u gweisi, a ganaethant gynyjdd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    left the latter place about half-past seven, and at five in the afternoon he was met by a friend near Manning's house, where he said he was going. He was not afterwards seen by any of his friends; but being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    employed to trace the suspected murderers was Sergeant Shaw, of the detective force. From inquiries made in the neighbourhood of Manning's residence, this officer ascertained beyond a doubt that Maria Manning left Minver place on the afternoon of Monday the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAIMINER. If I Ty Iglit give a short hint to an impartial Writer, it would be to tell him his fate. If he resolved to venture liapn the dangerous precipice of telliig nunbiassed truth, let him proclaim Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MANNING, William (1763-1835), of Coombe Bank, nr. Sevenoaks, Kent

    of England vols. 1798, maj. 1801, lt.-col. 1803. Biography Manning, a West India proprietor, headed the leading mercantile house of Mannings and Anderdon of 3 New Bank Buildings, where his partners in 1823 were his son-in-law John Lavincount Anderdon and

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