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You searched for: Place: Pinkhurst, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31, Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Itchingfield Manors and other estates

    and other reputed manors appeared in the late Middle Ages. Then or later the manors of Denne in Warnham, 78 Pinkhurst (in Slinfold ), Thakeham , Sullington , and Wiston , and perhaps Broadbridge (in Sullington ) and Warminghurst ,

    Shipley Economic history

    end of the parish was held in the 17th century. 3 Less certainly, Lackenhurst was said to be held of Pinkhurst in Slinfold in 1594 , and Barnhouse farm of Fusts in Warnham in 1612 . 4 As elsewhere, however,

    Parishes Wotton

    , which were said to have formerly belonged to John de Rokenham. 54 In 1418 the trustees of Thomas de Pinkhurst , whose family had held property in Rookham for some years, 55 released his lands to Robert Newtimber. 56

    Index K-Z

    of Dorchester , pigeon house , see dovecot pigs , Pile , Sidney, Pilfold : Hen., John, fam., pillory , Pinkhurst , see Slinfold Piper , fam., plank-and-muntin , playing fields , see sports fields Plymouth Brethren , see Brethren

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