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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cowfold Cowfold and Shermanbury 1909

    whole east side of Cowfold parish between Warninglid (in Slaugham ) and Wyndham , across to the south-west corner at Mockford , and thence to Parkgate near the centre of the northern boundary of the parish. Each of the bishop's

    Henfield Henfield c. 1875 Henfield village c. 1955

    the eastern arm of the Adur, existed by 1296 , evidently in succession to a ford, as the local surname Mockford indicates. 98 In 1301 Sir Thomas Peverel of Ewhurst in Shermanbury , the owner, charged an annual toll of

    Cowfold Manors and other estates

    centre of the western half. Four farmsteads in Cowfold of Stretham manor were in the south-west corner, Godshill , Groveland, Mockford , and Swains, but others, including Hill Farm (formerly South Haines ) and Potters, lay nearer Cowfold village. To

    Index A-J

    Lane , local govt., Long Ho ., see Cowfold : Welches man., Grange , see Cowfold : Oakendene mkt., mills, Mockford , n Oakendene, pannage, n Parkgate (Patchgate), Parkminster (Parknowle, Picknoll), monastery, Patchgate, see Cowfold : Parkgate Peppersgate, q.v .

    Index K-Z

    Millward , fam., Minchin , J. A., Minoprio , Ant., moated sites , Mock bridge , see Henfield : bridges Mockford , fam., Mole , riv., Molyneux : Edw., Mary, see Caryll Sir Ric., his w., see Caryll, Mary Monk

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, March 1691, 11-15, 01 March 1691-31 March 1691

    Thomas Mitton, gent. Out Letters ( Customs ) XII, p. 291. Treasury warrant to the Customs Commissioners to employ John Mockford (waiter and searcher at Bourne and Pevensey in Rye port) as waiter and searcher at Faversham loco Samuel Bincks,

    Warrants etc, March 1698, 1-15, 01 March 1698-15 March 1698

    Money Book XIV , p. 39. March 7. Same to the Customs Commissioners to pay 20 l . to John Mockford for his charges whilst a prisoner in France ut supra p. 131, he being a Customs officer at Faversham

    Index, M, 01 January 1697-08 March 1702

    of Captain George Misters (navy); lxiv, 54. Mitchell , Sir David, Captain of marines; lxiv. 15. -, Robert; lvii. 65. Mockford , John, Customs, Faversham, imprisoned and barbarously used in France; lay. 38. Mogg , Mr. John, of Calemines, in

    Index, M, 01 January 1556-31 December 1696

    -, -, Kt., petition of, (services in Ireland), 445. Mitchell , Vice-Admiral, 523. Mitton , Mr. Thomas, (Customs), 315 (4). Mockford , John, and another officer at Bourn and Pevensey in Sussex, taken prisoners, 49. Modena , the Duchess of,

    Index of persons and Places, M

    owing to, 134. -, Samuel, captain in brigadier Trelawney's regiment, half-pay for, 451. Mobbs (Mobs), George, tidesman, London port, 270. Mockford , John, riding officer for guarding the coast, 167. Mohun , Elizabeth, Mrs., servant to the late Queen, 373.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about six weeks old, he committed to the charge of its grand. mother. On Sunday last it was agreed that Mockford, with his two eldest children, should take tea with the mother of his late wife that be should sleep Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carriages: On 5th September, a labourer, aged 25 years, run over by a waggon; died in Poplar hospital. At 1 Mockford buildings, Bethnal green, on 11th August, a cow-keeper, aged 40 years, fell from a waggon. In Bouverie street, Paddington, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the suicide of the latter, at No. 189, Blackfriars Road Further information was obtained on Wednesday. It appears that Joseph Mockford, the perpetrator of the crime, occupied apartnonts at the above address. Mr. Pearc, his landlord, who occupies the remainder Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fact that Mockford was thene already married her husband being etill alive. Hence the prisoner's second inearriage with Cox in September last was legal, and the i magistrate adjourned the case until Tuesday, for the at- tendance of Mockford. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bisecutors and Tront Company (Limited), Pretoria, South Alfrican Republic. MsA~vsogos meN aepma A-FILTj.-HEenry Moclrford, Etq., liE., F.R.G.S., sand F. Peeshert~on Mockford, BEK., hE., Harmnony Estate, Zoutpansberg. Tranoonaal SrcsLET.nRy,-Francis C. Oh rell. Or:Cs-e'nc,--3 Budge flow, Cannon Street. London, KG, PROSPECTUS. This Subscribers-only content

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