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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Warnham Local government

    overseers in the 17th century 13 and presumably later. In the earlier 17th century there was a parish poorhouse at Rowhook , which had probably been built by a parishioner on roadside waste before 1598 and left to the parish

    Warnham

    Stane Street . The southern boundary crossed Broadbridge Heath . The present article deals with the ancient parish, except that Rowhook in the west, on the border with Slinfold and Rudgwick , is reserved for treatment elsewhere. 50 The parish

    Index K-Z

    see Warnham: Slaughterford public servs., rly. sta., reading rooms, rectory, residential devel., riv., see Boldings brook rds., Rom. Cath., Rowhook , Rowhook Manor , see Warnham: Cradles Fm. schs., settlement, shops, Slaughterford (Powers), sport, tithes, trades and ind., vicarage, ho.,

    Horsham General history of the town Horsham Town in the 1870s (6 In to 1 Mile) Horsham Town Center c. 1964 Horsham And Surroundings c. 1875

    and Friday Street in Rusper , 74 one via Warnham and Kingsfold , 75 and one via Broadbridge Heath , Rowhook , and Stane Street . 76 The route via Warnham and Dorking supplanted the others when the road was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eist Woodhay; Weducsday, Ash House, Barton Course; Saturday, North F awley-at 11. Crawley and Horsham, Monday, Norfolk Arms; Wed. nesdav, Rowhook; Friday, Handeros%-at 1 1. Mr. Drake's, Monday, lslip Town End; Tuesda-y, Barton Common ; Thursdayv, Chilton Village ; SSaturday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    windmill which is a landmark in that part of rural Sussex when, having passed through the quiet little hamlet of Rowhook, our conversation chanced to turn upon the political out- look in Europe. "Things appear black," be said, as he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednesday, Ash House, Barton Course ; Saturday, North Fawley- «t 11. Crawley and Horsham. Monday, Norfolk Arms ; Wed- nesday, Rowhook ; Friday, Handcross - at 11. Mr. Drake's, Monday- Islip Town End ; Tuesday, Barton Common ; Thursday, Chilton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday, Stype ; Wednesday, Preston Gate ; Saturday. Tinker's Corner. Crawley and Horsham - Monday, the High Beeches ; Thursday, Rowhook ; Saturday, the Crab Tree, 11. Cumberland- Moßday, Ciof ton Hall ; Friday, Pack Horse. Plumton, 10.30. Devon, South Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednesday; Sydmonton Common; Saturday, Hermi- tage, 10 45. Crawley snd Ho sham- Monday, Slough Green Gate; Tuesday, Steyning ; Thursday, Rowhook ; Saturday, Holmbush, 11. Dartmoor- Tuesday, Ivybridge; Saturday, Plymbridge.il. Devon, South- Monday, Castle Dyke ; Thursday, Bagtor House, 11. Subscribers-only content

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