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  • * Victoria County History *

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    East Dean East Dean Parish Church

    1 and Selhurst , which in 1302 was one of the 'six woods with deer in the free chase' of the Earl of Arundel . 2 In 1326 there was both a park and a 'foreign wood' of Selhurst ,

    Croydon Borough, manors, churches and charities

    called Little Dubbers Hill with the warren and game of coneys and land in the common fields. The farm of Selhurst was let at a rent of £12. The manor paid a rent of 21 s . 01/2 d .

    Parishes Shalford

    -90. Thomas had a son Gilbert, and in 1517 Gilbert Stoughton died seised of Unstead, held of the manor of Selhurst (or Wintershull), his son Laurence being his heir. 56 In 1547 Laurence Stoughton conveyed it to John Parvish, jun.,

    Croydon Introduction and Croydon Palace

    made of Teutonic, possibly Frankish, interments, with weapons, armour and pottery. 5 In Whitehorse Manor , between Thornton Heath and Selhurst , while the railway was being made, a great number of Anglo-Saxon coins of the 9th century were found,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the West Riding of York- shire, Upper lark-place, Richimond, Surrey. William Holliday, Esq., Merchant, Mark-laine, London. and Leinster Lodge, Selhurst. T. BuIstrode Edwardes, Eq. , York-terrace. Regent's-park, N.W. BANTEIOS. The London and Westminster Bank. SOLICITORS. Messrs Stone, Billingihurst, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Proprietors of Foiicral'2hi'u-es. . l tezetic Offer linelh torris for Introduation of Stibscribera and Adver-r tiers.-Writa (il deonidencel to 2, Selhurst RId, Londod, S.E. clOlO IL g 1OAL-.TttA-DR.-Traveiis-r Wanlted, for town. Good reference '5J-Addreis, M. 90, Daily Post. .1mo sl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for produclng photographic images upon or ornamenting glass or glazed or enamenlld surfaces. Dated August 22, 1878. Tlshoias It. Brallsford, Selhurst, Surrey, improvements in the construction of railway carriages, and in apparatus connected therewith. Dated August 28, 1870. Artiitlr Wrigley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BAyley and Co.), Necringlon Cialsewcay. J. Dccnhari-eMoosey, Earl., Aeeooo Moe lhail GE,Wood Vleo, Foreet Hill. General Plcmiltos, R.P., Daegnsll Pack, Selhurst. W. feolesworcth St. Aiebyn, li M, l F acrlton Glob. Benjamciic Moore. Esq., M. Iciat CE1. annd Director of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nes. TrtusrEs-os FOR THE; GUARANTEE FUND. J. Spencer Bailfoir', BEgq., M.P. I( A. T. Layton, Rag. R. U. Kestin, IReq., Selhurst Read, Sadie Norwood, Chairman.I A. P. Layton. Na .,, Woodslde Green, Sooth Norsesed. J. Potion, Rag.. t1l. 12q, and Subscribers-only content

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