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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Clapham Clapham And Patching c. 1975

    in Heene and Michelgrove to one or other of them. 61 The Falconer family continued to hold Michelgrove by knight-service thereafter. 62 Robert's son Godfrey succeeded between 1239 63 and 1244. 64 A Godfrey Falconer held Michelgrove in 1248 and


    destroyed in the 1960s or 1970s. 34 Myrtlegrove is certainly a secondary settlement, dating from 1814, when Michelgrove Farm, formerly attached to Michelgrove House in Clapham , was rebuilt on a new site (see below). The new farm originally had

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Rusper

    inmates were often women of good family, for we find such names as Lewknor , St. John , Okehurst , Michelgrove , and Sydney amongst them, and, unlike their Augustinian sisters at Easebourne , they lived placid and honourably uneventful

    Ashurst Manors and other estates

    Henry Burdeville conveyed it to Sir William Shelley of Michelgrove in Clapham , 11 though his widow Joan was still living at Eatons in 1546 . 12 It descended with Michelgrove until the early 17th century, 13 being leased during


    (Rec. Com.); 1 535, Valor Eccl . (Rec. Com.); 1829-31 , Rep. Com . Eccl. Revenues . Omitting 'some at Michelgrove ', as recusants. Including those wives who were returned as taxed with their husbands. Including wives and children listed.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SHELLEY, William (by 1479-1549), of London and Michelgrove, Suss.

    1479-1549), of London and Michelgrove, Suss. Constituency Dates London 1523 Ofifces Held Lent reader, I. Temple 1518, gov. 1520-1. Ofifces Held J.p. Suss. 1512-d., Warws. 1512-15, Surr. 1522-38, numerous other counties from 1528; commr. subsidy, Warws. 1512, Coventry 1512, 1514,

    SHELLEY, Henry (c.1563-c.1634), of Patcham, Suss.

    and honour’ to Burghley in 1586 for the lease of a sheep pasture forfeited for treason by William Shelley of Michelgrove. Shelley’s uncle Robert Byng had come into Parliament for Steyning in 1555, and Shelley was presumably returned through his

    SHELLEY, Henry (1767-1811), of Lewes, Suss.

    Jan. 1811 he took six weeks’ leave for ill health. He died 31 Dec. 1811, after a ‘very long and painful illness’.[footnote] He was the last of the male line of the Shelleys of Patcham, cadets of the Michelgrove family.

    BELLINGHAM, Edward (by 1507-50).

    name but his grandfather had settled at Lyminster in Sussex and his father married into the Shelley family of nearby Michelgrove. After his father’s death, probably on service in France, Bellingham and his elder brother became wards of the 2nd

    BROWNE, Richard I (d.?1614), of Knowle in Cranleigh, Surr.

    Montagu, to the earls of Arundel, to such leading Sussex families as the Dawtreys of Petworth and the Shelleys of Michelgrove, and to the Blounts and Walsinghams. It is these family links that explain this Richard Browne’s parliamentary career, though

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHERIFFS FOR 1815. Prr rr' dre Robert Hibberti. of East Hlide, Faq. &rTGASkhl'~ -0 Wills, of Houngerford Park, Esq. IThck,-Tl1Omar flir~ Atbrecy, of Chulcot Ilst, "'utbjcidge and ikstingdin-Knighit Cook Geo'ge .Mitoil, of Bernitbrd Gracy, Esq. Chesireloln ab 0sheflv \cld, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (not Thursdays at last year), at., Telscombe Tye-at half- past ten. The Findon fox-hounds Monday,at Parham Park; Wednes- day, at Michelgrove; Friday, at the Kennel-at eleven. I TheEast Suissex fox-hounds Monday, at Five Ash Down;r Thursday, at Burgh Hill-; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Findon bounds will meet on Tuesday, at Erringbarn; on Thurs- day, at Wapplg Thorn Gate; and on Saturday, at Michelgrove. The East Sussex fox-hounds will meet on Monday, at Sheffield; on Thursday, at the Barley Mow; on Saturday, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oa Wed. nesday, at Lydden; and on Friday, atSeech Gate-at half-pst tea. ' The Findon hounds witt'meet on Monday, at Michelgrove; on Tues. ,dsay, atithe Kennel on Thusday, at the Dial Post; and on Satlrda, atthe Kennel-at elevene The 'Crawley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Head ; at half-past ten. East Kent-Monday, Stouting Common; Wednesday, Acrise Mill; Frida-y, Swingfield Park; at half.past ten. Fisido -Monday, Michelgrove; Tuesday, the Dial Post; Thursday, Roundabouts, Seturday, the Holimbush. Foljanihe's, Mr.-Monday, Saundby ViIlage; Tuesday, Headon Clump; Thursday, Apley Head; Subscribers-only content

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