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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Nuthurst Manor and other estates

    however, it was overgrown and in decay. An estate belonging to the Nowell family in the Middle Ages was apparently NEWELLS FARM in the east part of the ancient parish. Two persons called Robert Noel or Nowell were dealing with

    Lower Beeding Lower Beeding c. 1875

    in the 19th century were converted into institutions, Newells becoming a school, Roffey Park a hospital, and Beechwood near Faygate an old people's home. 13 In the late 1970s the grounds of Newells were used to build an estate of

    Nuthurst Economic history

    park. 17 There was also arable in the parish by the 14th century, 18 though the 50 a. recorded at Newells farm in 1350 were described as 'very sterile' and often too wet to work. 19 The dominant manor in

    Parishes Adwell

    marriage of Elizabeth Newell to James Jones in 1787 . 18 In common with other gentry of the period the Newells improved the natural beauty of the surroundings of their house by skilful planting of trees and landscape gardening. When

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

    was incorporated in Cowfold in 1933 , leaving 3,389 a. (1,372 ha.). 5 In 1971-2 land in the east including Newells Farm House was exchanged with Lower Beeding parish for a small portion of land near Mannings Heath in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OAK, ASH, WALNUT EIROE . Ft~IiED PITC1 P1XE, PI e., nD Boards, Planks na Seamrtllcna, suitable for Counter Teiro, Ilndrais, Newells. VY -.. nnd Bath Roomu Fittings. besides Gecerni Cablnet-mathgrperi ,...s hnay alwaysbe h ad at Jamesnos Timber Yards, Porior Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0NAK, ASHf, WIALNUT, BIRCH FIG UI'ED PITCH PINE, &c. in Boards Ilanks, anic s eaittlligs, oultable for Coicntor Totps, Hantlralls, Newells. W.C. and Bath Rtoom Fittings, besides Gcnceral Cabltct-mnakitg turposes.- May always be Imar at Janmesone Timber Yards, Pershoze Street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRCH It; JaI D IGUIZED PITCH P1530, &e., In Iloasads. PlankV, anA, t se, Scantlings, ssiutale for Cesnter Toys, Handrails, Newells. w-a. anest H Bath Room Fittisga., besides General Cabhlsst-makissg purposes.- rM May tlsways be hal at Jam5esn's Timber Yards, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OAK ASH, WALMNT BIRCH, .Y FIGURE D PITOlt PIN1' &D., in Boards, Planks, and Scantlingi. autkablp for Counter Tops, Bandralle. Newells, W.t. asud Bath Rootui Fittin g, besides General Oablet-making purpooee.- liayalways be asl at Jameson' Timber Yardr, Porshora Street,. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AAHOGANY, OAK, ASHI, WALNUT, BIRH,, . Li FIGUR1) PIT£CH PINI. Aic., in Boardt, Plloes, enn Scoutlittg., emitable for Countetr-tolts, Uatctlrails. Newells, W.C., aidcI ; Beathl P.oDc Fittlcgs. beside83 General CasbltCet-inahittg PsrPOfS,_ . fltv alweys be liat lt Jnmeseon'e Tiuber Yaedt-S Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 May 1717, 10 May 1717

    in Queftion, till the Accompt be finiihed, as direfted by the Court of Chan¬ cery, between the Appellant and the Newells; with this Direction, That the Mafter in Chancery do alfo make a Reft, how the Accompt ftood on the Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1711, 5 May 1711

    extended for Non¬ payment, and they carried to Newgate, where they havs remained ever fince. That, upon.the Extent againft the Newells, there was found, by Inquifition, taken the 13 December, 1707, in Goods and Debts, to the Value of £. Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1711, 5 May 1711

    there was alfo a id Statute taken out by one Ofiey againft the faid Newells, upon which there was alfo feized fome Effefts of the Newells. And the Committee ordering both Taylor and Offley to lay before them an Account Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1774, 14 March 1774

    Sura. iffued him, on Account of her Majcfty's Service * as Paymafter of the Transports, in which Tranfaftions the laid Newells had been concerned; and that the (aid Court of Chancery did, by the faid Decree, direct an Account fhould Subscribers-only content

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