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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Horsham Roman Catholicism

    Horsham Roman Catholicism ROMAN CATHOLICISM. The Copley family of Roffey and their servants remained Catholics in the later 16th and earlier 17th centuries, 56 and a priest may have frequented Roffey manor house in 1586 . 57 The total of

    Singlecross Hundred (Part)

    The place called Singlecross or Shinglecross, mentioned from 1304, 5 was on Horsham common, near the modern Star inn at Roffey . 6 The hundred always descended with the rape. 7 In 1598 Singlecross included the tithings of Shortsfield (in

    Horsham Charities for the poor

    to the poor of the Southwater area at Christmas. 40 Maj. J. A. Innes in 1913 endowed a nurse for Roffey parish and gave land next to the village institute for a house for her. 41 St. Mary 's almhouses

    Lower Beeding Education

    the enlargement of the school building in 1975 . In 1979 there were 100 pupils, including some from Faygate and Roffey as well as from Colgate . 3 A school was opened in the mission room at Ashfold crossways in

    Horsham Churches

    39 The church of ALL SAINTS , Roffey , was built in 1878 . 40 A church had been contemplated at Roffey c . 1840, 41 and in 1856 the iron schoolroom at Roffey Street on the Crawley road 1

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of music. Eriza Walker Ferrar, Hackney, boarding-house keeper. J. MI'Larty, Ratcliff highway, beer retailer. J. Gaunt, Pudsey, Yorkshire, auctioneer. it. Roffey, Deptford, bricklayer. j. C. S. Kelly (otherwise J. Kelly), Wardrobe place, Doctors' commons, livery-stable keeper. R. Aylen, Portsea, baker. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hamilton. BANKRUP rCY ANNULLED. IJ. Thompson, Wells't ron, Islingtos, stone maesoa. 12 BANKRUPTS. W. Chibnaal, Tothill street, Wnesttitister, corm dealer. [Roffey, Walcot place end. Lombenin. J. Dallinger, Wickham marloot, Suffolk, broler. [Sole andt Tmrner, Alderaoanbury. J. -umphreys, Grove street IHackeney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E ASYLUM LIFE ASSURANCE TI1 . bFFICE 72 COBHILL LONDON. EST4BLISPIED, 1824. eO h aval Lves at Eome and AbroaEd, The enty of 'ce on purely Propri-tary principles, involving thertfcrC no Partnership among Policy-holders. rec rProoPectues~e Proposal Papers. eAc, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Haltf oon street Roobinsoa James, dlearraw hobiason John Whitewiek, E3 Great Tower street Robinson Lieat.-CoL. JUJ. G. 21 montague square Roffey George, 6 Fowkee' buildiegS Rogers Johe Charles, Whitehall place RMgers dajuor hlteary, Arny aad Navy Club Roots George, Iauer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I r they considered that the house was oveerrowded. it Ane inquest was then held dn the body of John Roffey w ,, (64), of Vaughton Street South.- Shortly after eleven u o'clocl on the night of the '26th inst. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STOUTE, William, of Horsham, Suss.

    certain lands pertaining to Horsham’s lord, John Mowbray, duke of Norfolk. In 1433 he returned to Thomas Coupere property at Roffey with which he had been entrusted by Coupere’s feoffees eight years previously. Finally, on 1 Nov. 1457, he and

    BOTELER, Henry II, of Horsham, Suss.

    parish; and over the years he came to hold a number of other properties in the vicinity, including land at Roffey called 'Elyottes', 'Cokhuntys Grove', 'Hethelond' and 'Segrymes'.[footnote] Boteler witnessed deeds at Horsham down to 1432.[footnote]While attending the shire court

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 June 1689, 11 June 1689

    do forthwith attach the Body of James Percy. Roff-y qjerfus Hiiiton etal. Upon reading the Petition of John Roffey Senior, and John Roffey Junior, of St. Clement's Danes, in the County of Midd> Vintners, complaining of a Decree made by Subscribers-only content

    3 July 1689, 3 July 1689

    Jovis, videlicet, 4um diem inftantis Julii, hora decima Aurora, Dominis fie decernentibus. Roffey Upon hearing Counfel this Day at the Bar, upon the Hbtonetal. Petition of John Roffey Senior and John Roffe Junior, of SJ. Clement Danes, in the County Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1691, 23 February 1692

    given for the faid Elizabeth Hunt, againft the faid John Roffey and John Hodge, (hall be, and is hereby, affirmed: And it is further Ordered, That the faid John Roffey and John Hodge fhall pay, or caufe to be paid, Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1692, 14 January 1693

    & ibidem mort. jacen. fuper Sacramen- " turn Will'i Parkinfon, WilVmi Kidder, Jacobi Swan, " Caroli Pratten, Ed'r'i Smyth, Joh'is Roffey, Joh'is " Keate, Joh'is Tipping, Petri Gumley, Jacobi Fuller, " Caroli P ley dell, Rob'ti Henfhawe, Tboma Jole, Ric'i Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1699, 17 April 1699

    Name : " Seamen: (< Francis Dove, Yea. Robert Stapilton, Yea* James Littleton, No. Charles Defiorow, Yea. Cooper Wade, Yea. Roffey, No. James Mighells, Yea» ; Thomas Day, Yea. John Cranby, Yea» John Drake, No. Nicholas Trevanion, No. John Norris, Subscribers-only content


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