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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Burstow

    Holles Payne , by his will, proved in May 1800 , devised the manor of Redhall , including a capital messuage or mansion-house called Redhall , and a messuage called Co phall, to Sophia Elizabeth Beard and her heirs for

    Parishes Ovingdean PARISH CHURCH of ST. WULFRAM OVINGDEAN

    said to have descended to the youngest Richard's sister Mary 97 and ultimately to Richard's nephew Thomas Holles Payne of Redhall near Copthorne , Surrey , 98 who was holding it in 1766 99 and died in 1799 . 100

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, J, K, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    159; 175; James VI. sends for, 282; controversy between Maxwell and, 308; Maxwell and, likely to agree, 364. William (of Redhall): a notorious offender, 302. Jolle , Mademoiselle (Yolle): letter from, 229; to Courcelles (24th Feb. 1585 6), 230. Jones Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 62, 22 July 1830, 22 July 1830-22 July 1830

    the House; and Ordered accordingly. Johnston v. Threshie: Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of George Johnston , Tacksman of Redhall Quarry; complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland , of the 2d of December 1828; and

    Index, D, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    horse in (April 1583), p. 99; the Scottish, thieves of Kinmont, & c., 162; p. 102; the thieves of Gretney, Redhall, Stilehill, & c. in, 274; Scrope daily expects the "plott" and division of (20th Aug.), p. 494; sends it Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 January 1670-31 December 1670

    gaol, prisoner in Rebel party , see Usurpation, the. Redbridge , Hants timber at or to Redderith , see Redriff. Redhall , Scotland, lands of Redmayne , John, affidavit by Redriff , or Redderith (Rotherhithe), Surrey Redvers , Baldwin de, Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, April 1586, 01 April 1586-30 April 1586

    "Concerning a pension." [ Written on the flyleaf: ] All notorious offenders both to England and Scotland. William Johnston of Redhall and his sons, John Yrewen of the Stalhill, William Yrewen of the Flash, Arthur Graham alias Carlisle, Ritchie Graham Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KER, Richard Gervas (1756-1822), of Redhall, nr. Carrickfergus, co. Antrim.

    Gervas (1756-1822), of Redhall, nr. Carrickfergus, co. Antrim. Constituency Dates Newport IoW 1802 31806 Ofifces Held Sheriff, co. Antrim 1791-2; trustee, linen board [I] 1805. Biography Ker’s father, of a Scots family settled in Antrim, migrated to London. Ker reversed

    PECCHE, Sir William (1359-99), of Lullingstone, Kent.

    Lullingstone, where his father enjoyed rights of free warren by royal charter; in Surrey (Folleslowe park and the manor of Redhall near Burstow); in Cambridgeshire (a manor in Abington Pigotts); and in Middlesex (West Twyford and ‘Malories’ in Willesden). And

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MMAND PBI-OSS(eontdr; wA2l1, Birninis's Psssionest, z ing March. f Pice up t jUrmES ES FOB SAE,&o (go)for Sale; miter's proofs green- usN rS;cetr;don bs~n; ologo onfer 1 LYrrd--St. Clair, tloeso.Cmley, 126, r Colsr~o 7~NK ctni~lNESto he osld, at Warwick, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pearce. producing from weekly rents. £41. 3s. 80. a y-ear: also the Capital FIELD ink the rear, known as 2,ittle Redhall Wood," containing 5A. Irn., let to Mr. Harlow at an appor-tioned. cent of Li1t. a year; meaking a tota~l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ease will be do . livered to.morrow. Two sheep were hilled by liglninalg ona Thurrsday, ci o the farm of Redhall, Aytcn pariah, The subarbine telegieph between Jutland aa L Norw a y II row in full working. An Ohio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Police Court, before Meesrs. B. H. Ohattoek, 8, Thornton, WV, James, and W. C, Alston, Edward Marsh. O of Redhall, a. merchant, carryingsn business at Birming. ,a ham, was charged with trespassing in pursuit of game 1. upon some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. S.-Thc Dnder will be rewarded on reissrning it to 1. Ilills, Statiolner, Hagley Read. e40G2 OST, fromt Air. Peace's, Redhall Farm, Beech Lan1es oulSunday ramorning, a black Cob, with tree white fetlocks, andbadly- naised knees.-Mioev'er returns hiIwilbRe red 45 Subscribers-only content

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