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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Newhaven The PARISH CHURCH of ST. MICHAEL NEWHAVEN

    Parishes NewhavenNEWHAVEN Mecinge, Mechyng, Mechynges (xiii cent.); Mychyng (xvi cent.); Mechinghaven (xvii cent.); Newhaven ( 1566 ). Newhaven , now a town of importance because of its continental traffic, is situated on the right bank of the estuary of

    Parishes Piddinghoe PARISH CHURCH of ST. JOHN PIDDINGHOE

    its western side by the parishes of Telscombe and Southease , and on its eastern side by the parish of Newhaven . Until 1929 the parish of Piddinghoe was comparatively large, having an area of 2,347 acres, including 7 acres

    Parishes Chesham Bois

    was created Viscount Newhaven in 1681 and died in 1698 , leaving a son and heir William, who in 1680 had married Gertrude sister of Evelyn Pierrepont , first Duke of Kingston . 53 William Viscount Newhaven died without issue

    Parishes Telscombe PARISH CHURCH of ST. LAWRENCE TELSCOMBE

    at the head of a coombe which rises from the right bank of the River Ouse about 2 miles above Newhaven . The only approach by road, however, is from Southease , a mile farther up-stream, whence a road climbs

    Parishes Drayton Beauchamp

    with that of Chesham Bois (q.v.), 33 but after the death without issue in 1728 of William Cheyne , Viscount Newhaven , it is said to have been sold about 1730 by his representatives to John Gumley of Isleworth .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gloch, yr oedd y ddwy lestr rhwng chwech a saith milUdir oddiwrth y Ian mewn Ilinell wastad rhwng Seaford a Newhaven. Mae y llong Ffrengig yn fechan o'i chydmaza 'r un Brws. iaidd, yr hon sydd yn meddu tri hwylbren. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meithion cawn ein hunain eto unwaith yn Paris, ac hefyd yn cychwyn oddiyno am Dieppe, ac yn croesi trosodd i Newhaven, ac yr oeddwn yn teimlo yn ddedwydd o gael sangu tir yr hen wlad unwaith yn rhagor. Dyma ni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flynyddaedd. Ofnir am ddiogelwch amryw o agerlongau o'r Baltic, y rhai oeddynt yu rhwym o ddioddef oddiwrth yr ystorm. Ye Newhaven y- mae cyffro mawr wedi cymneryd meddiant o'r trigolion, a phob trafodaeth mewn pysgota wedi ei lwyr atal, a'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A STEAs-BoAT.-On Monday se'rnight, at Grangensontfl, a steam-boat, having undergone some repairs, was preparing to start from the harbour for Newhaven, when, in consequence of the saFety-valve not being opened sufficiently to allow the escape of the accumulating steam, ihe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tllhugh fit to return. quietly to their .homes in order to diviide the spoil. A Smuall sloop, which had left Newhaven ~harboner about an hour before, fell an easy prey ; being boarded and sent off to France in the-sight, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Return of the Lords of Session in Scotland, to an Order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, in Parliament Assembled, on the 12th of June, 1739., 11 June 1738

    Irvine, Card rofs, Caithnefs, Dunbarton, Durablain, Colvil of Cul- Murray, Kintoir, Preftoun, rofs, Hume, Broadalbin, Newhaven, Cranftoiin, Wigtouii, Aberdeen, Strathallon, Jedburgh, Strathmorej Dunmoir, Teviot, Madertzie, Abercorn, Melvil, Duplin, Couper, Kelly, Orkney, Garnock, Napier, Haddington, Ruglen, Primerofe. Cameron, Galloway, March, Cramond, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix Numb. 1. Roll of the Peers of Scotland Pariiament, 1706., 11 June 1738

    Glafgow, Portmore, Bute, Hopetoun, Deloraine, May. Viscounts Falkland, Dunbar, Stormont, Ken mure, Arbuthnot, Kingftpun, Oxford, Irvine, Viscounts Kilfyth, Dumblain, Preftoun, Newhaven, Strathallan, Teviot, Duplin, Garnock, Primiofe. Lords Forbes, Saltoun, Gray, Ochiltree, Cathcart, Sinclair, Mordington, Semple, Elphinilon, OUphant, Frafer of Lovat, Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1707, 3 April 1707

    An Aft for vefting Lands " in Chelfea, in the County of Middl'x, purchafed of " Charles Lord Cheyne, Vifcount Newhaven in Scotland, " in the Queen's Majefty, for the Accommodation of " Chelfea College; and other Lands in John Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1707, 8 April 1707

    An Aft for vefting Lands, in Chelfea, in the " County of Middl'x, purchafed of Charles Lord Cheyne, *' Vifcount Newhaven in Scotland, in the Queen's Ma- *.'. jefty, for the Accommodation of Chelfea Colledge; and •' other Lands in Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1707, 12 February 1708

    Vifcount Vifcount Vifcount of Kenmuir-. of Arbuthnott. of Kingston. of Oxford. of Irvine. of iu7/y*Z>. of Dunblane. of Preflon. of Newhaven. of Strathallem of Teviott. of Duplin. of Garnock. of Primrofe, Lords. t0 Lord Forbes. Lord Saltoun. Lord Gray. Lord Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Homestreu Lodge

    Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Fort Road, Newhaven, Sussex, England 1923 Jerrom Hall, Seaview Road, Peacehaven, Sussex, England 1970 London and Paris Hotel, Newhaven, Sussex, England 1911 Co-operative Hall, Newhaven, Sussex, England 1909 Newhaven Institute, Fort Road, Newhaven, Sussex, England 1907

    Meeching Lodge

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Newhaven, Sussex , England 1950 Masonic Hall , Fort Road , Newhaven, Sussex , England 1954 Jerrom Hall , Seaview Road , Peacehaven, Sussex, England 1969

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 27/09/1736

    this his Master could not give Account of, having been wounded, and in Pain. He was transported from Dublin to Newhaven , where he was kept in Jail one Week; from thence he was carried to the City of Carlisle

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Penfold, 27/5/1727

    Penfold Forename John Title Qualification BA University Cambridge College Clare Hall Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 27/5/1727 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Newhaven// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/3/6 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Waddington, Edward/Chichester 1724- 1731 Comment

    Thomas Hurdis, 19/9/1729

    Surname Hurdis Forename Thomas Title Qualification BA University Oxford College Merton Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 19/9/1729 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Newhaven// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/3/6 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Waddington, Edward/Chichester 1724- 1731 Comment

 

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