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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Poynings PARISH CHURCH of HOLY TRINITY POYNINGS

    directly of the king. 7 Adam de Poynings and his wife Beatrice were holding land at Poynings about 1140. 8 They had a son Adam. 9 In 1242-3 Thomas de Poynings held Poynings and its members as 10 knights' fees,

    The hundred of Poynings

    hundred of Poynings THE HUNDRED OF POYNINGS containing the parishes of Fulking ; Newtimber; Poynings ; Pyecombe . At the time of the Domesday Survey the hundred consisted of Fulking , Perching, Paythorne , Newtimber, Saddlescombe , Poynings , and

    Parishes Pyecombe PARISH CHURCH PYECOMBE

    Warenne. 2 Thomas de Poynings , a successor of William son of Rainald, held land at Pyecombe in 1248 . 3 In 1284 Luke de Poynings , and in 1316 Margery widow of Michael de Poynings , were returned as

    Parishes Slaugham PARISH CHURCH of ST. MARY SLAUGHAM

    overlordship descended with the rape. 5 The first of the Poynings family recorded as holding lands in Slaugham was Luke de Poynings , in 1273 . 6 Michael de Poynings had a park there in 1296 , 7 and his

    Parishes Fulking

    de Poynings in 1375 , when it possibly constituted the manor of LITTLE PERCHING , held by military service of Robert de Bayvill. 24 It had been settled on Thomas's wife Blanche 25 but was held, along with Poynings (q.v.),

  • * British History Online * *

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    Spain, 1518, 01 January 1518-31 December 1518

    succeeded or failed. You will therefore forward them as speedily as possible. To retain the cardinal and M. Poynings [Sir Edward Poynings ] we are sending herewith letters of credit paying their pensions for a year. Make no mention of

    Elizabeth, September 1562, 26-30, 26 September 1562-30 September 1562

    Pp . 2. Sept. 26. 699 . Cuthbert Vaughan to Cecil. Poynings has shown him the letters brought by Horsey, and upon debating the same they differ in opinion. Poynings thinks he must not embark without the Vidame; the writer

    Addenda, Elizabeth - Volume 11, August 1563, 01 August 1563-31 August 1563

    to keep the horses all next month. [1 page, damaged . ] Aug. 16. 107. The Queen to Sir Adrian Poynings. The 100 men additional, returned from the garrison of Newhaven and appointed for the better ordering of Portsmouth, are Subscribers-only content

    Appendix K, To Memorial CXIV

    p. 183. (Lost.) 2. Brass of Joana , daughter of Henry Seamer, wife of Richard, son and heir of Lord Poynings. The account of this brass given in " Stowe's Survey," adds, " Died a virgin in 1420." This figure

    Index, P, 01 January 1554-31 July 1554

    Portuguese Ambassador with the Emperor , 184. Powell , John, Gentleman waiter to Philip, 297. Poynings , rewarded by the Emperor, 158 and note . Poynings , Adrian, rewarded by the Emperor, 159, 315. Prat (Captain), 294, 295. Praet ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POYNINGS, Sir Edward (1459-1521), of Westenhanger, Kent.

    his four year-old son Henry lieutenant of Ireland, with Poynings as his deputy, to suppress the ‘savage Irish’ and bring them under the same laws as those within the pale. Poynings succeeded in routing the Yorkist faction in Ireland and

    GIFFORD, George I (by 1502-43 or later), of Poynings, Suss.

    of Perching and Poynings from Henry, 4th Earl of Northumberland, who reserved to himself the right ‘to abide, dwell or lie’ at Poynings with his entourage; in the following year Gifford headed the subsidy list for Poynings with an assessment

    BANNEBURY, alias Chamberlain, Richard (d.c.1439), of Woodmancote, Suss.

    Bannebury owed his association with Robert, 4th Lord Poynings, who was his wife’s fellow-executor of Percy’s will. As one of Lord Poynings’s feoffees he presented incumbents to the rectory and chantry at Poynings in 1411, and when, in July 1419,

    POYNINGS, Adrian (c.1515-71), of Wherwell, Hants.

    POYNINGS, Adrian (c.1515-71), of Wherwell, Hants. Constituency Dates Tregony 1559 Ofifces Held In household of Thomas Cromwell by 1538; lt. Boulogne citadel Feb. 1546; capt. June 1546-Apr. 1547; lt. Boulogne base town Mar. 1546; lt. Calais castle 1552; capt.

    KYNNERSLEY, Thomas (d.1391), of London and Carshalton, Surr.

    overseas as a retainer of John of Gaunt. During the next ten years he also became associated with Richard, Lord Poynings, whom he would have accompanied to France in 1382 had not the proposed expedition been cancelled. From this date

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. St. Helens.

    Diaper Tabull Cloath. ] Joan, Daughter to Henry Seamer , Wife to Richard , Son and Heir to Robert Lord Poynings ; Dyed a Virgin, 1420 . John Swinslet, 1420 . Nicholas Marshall , Ironmonger, Alderman, 1474 . Sir John

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. St. Dunstan's in the East.

    to Sir John Bourchier , Uncle to the late Bourchier, Earl of Essex , but she never had Child. Edward Poynings made part with Bourchier, and Elizabeth, to have Offenhanger in Kent , after their death, and entred into it,

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Bielby, 25/7/1706

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Bielby Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 25/7/1706 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Poynings// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/1/10 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Williams, John/Chichester 1696- 1709 Comment

    Johannes Rothwell, 17/1/1687

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Rothwell Forename Johannes Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 17/1/1687 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Poynings// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/1/10 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Lake, John/Chichester 1685- 1689 Comment

    Edwardus Hide, 7/8/1610

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hide Forename Edwardus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 7/8/1610 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Poynings// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Harsnett, Samuel/Chichester 1609- 1619 Comment

    John Smith, 4/5/1749

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Smith Forename John Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 4/5/1749 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Poynings// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.I/1/11 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Mawson, Matthias/Chichester 1740- 1754 Comment

    Alexandrus Fisher, 25/5/1624

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Fisher Forename Alexandrus Title clerk Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 25/5/1624 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Poynings// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.II/2/2 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Carleton, George/Chichester 1619- 1628 Comment

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 March 1692, 2 March 1693

    Will- & Mar. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 2,63 •' ment to the Papifts, is the Manner of proroguing the " Parliament, and what hath happened fince that Time. " I think 1 may without Flattery of them Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1692, 2 March 1693

    64 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A ti general Opinion of the Houfe, that the Right was fo. But it was much prefled, " that, for Supply of the prefent Necefiity of the Government, we fliould pafs thofe Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1692, 2 March 1693

    s & Mail Journals of the Houfe of Lords* " That foon after this (to the beft of his Remem- *' brance) he the faid Colonel went out of Town ; and " fome Time after his Return was Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1692, 2 March 1693

    268 Journals of the Houfe of Lords* A. 169 ts A£t of Ph. &c M. * do empower the Chief Governor " prepare Bills for raifing of Money as aforefaid." To ii rt " and Council to certify Bills Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1777, 17 February 1777

    widening the Road leading from the " Maypole, in tile Town of Henficld, over Poynings '" Common, to the Town of Brightbelmfione, and from. '¦ Poynings Common aforefaid to Highcrofs, in the Parifh 11 of Albourne, and from thence, for Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the ivory, placed it on the specimen, when it instantly fused.-Paris's Life of Sir H. Davy. '1m DavIL't DYvE.-Near Poynings in Sussex is that remarkable chasm the " Devil's Dyke," so called, says tradition, because the Devil envying the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    side of gratitude. It may be a manly virtue-it may be a slave's vice. When England repealed the law of Poynings, and told the mon- strous lie that she was sorry for her usurpation, in place of striking home, we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Poynings' laws, that all acts of parliament, be- fore made in England, should be of force within the realnm of Ireland.] But, by the same rule, that no laws made in England, between King John's time and Poynings' law, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock by a labouring man, named Winter, stahding near Poynings church, a distance of a mile and a half from the spot where the murder was committed. To get to Poynings the horse's head must have been turned, and it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clare is, perhaps, one of Mr Ainsworth's best feminine characters, but there is great sweetness, too, in that of Lucy Poynings, and Lettice Rougham,-the ready-witted, faithful soubrette,-is very cleverly drawn. The intriguing actress,_Mrs Jenyns, whose ruling propensity is gaming, must Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    The Annunciation of the Virgin., 1836

    church] View of a stained glass window at Poynings Church, in two panels with trefoil and pointed arch tracery; Archangel Gabriel on the left panel, and the Virgin on the right panel, standing near a vase with a lily with

 

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