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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St James , Shoreham

    Hospitals St James , Shoreham 47. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . JAMES, SHOREHAM Practically nothing is known of this hospital beyond the fact that it was in existence in 1249 , when an action was brought against the master, 1

    Hospitals St Katherine , Shoreham

    , Shoreham 48. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . KATHERINE, SHOREHAM This hospital is only known for its occurrence in mediaeval wills. Thus Margaret Covert left 2 s . to the poor of the hospital of St. Katherine of Shoreham in

    Ashington Protestant nonconformity

    Methodist chapel on the east side of the high road was opened in 1890 or 1891, after a preacher from Shoreham had preached in a farm kitchen in Ashington over two years. The building, which was of iron, was succeeded

    Houses of Carmelite Friars Shoreham

    Houses of Carmelite Friars Shoreham 29. HOUSE OF CARMELITE FRIARS, SHOREHAM The only establishment of Carmelite friars in Sussex was the house of the Blessed Virgin founded at Shoreham by Sir John de Mowbray 1 in 1316 . The founder's

    Old and New Shoreham Churches

    Old Shoreham 85 with a pension of 51/2 marks from the church. The vicar of Shoreham recorded in 1222 may have been of Old or of New Shoreham . 86 In the later 13th century the rectors of Old Shoreham

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CORVEYSER, William, of Shoreham, Suss.

    CORVEYSER, William, of Shoreham, Suss. Constituency Dates New Shoreham 1386 Biography Corveyser was a witness to the will which Ralph Double, the London fishmonger, made at Shoreham in May 1391.PCC 6 Rous.

    HOKERE, William, of Shoreham, Suss.

    HOKERE, William, of Shoreham, Suss. Constituency Dates New Shoreham 1406 Biography Hokere’s arrest, along with that of other men from Shoreham, was ordered in May 1407, perhaps in connexion with the recent sale in the port of a cargo taken

    GATE, John atte, of Shoreham, Suss.

    GATE, John atte, of Shoreham, Suss. Constituency Dates New Shoreham 1407 Biography Atte Gate was trading in cloth in the hundred of Steyning (near Shoreham) in 1402. A ship he owned was involved, in 1406, as one of a fleet

    SKULLY, John, of Shoreham, Suss.

    SKULLY, John, of Shoreham, Suss. Constituency Dates New Shoreham Oct. 1382 New Shoreham Sept. 1388 New Shoreham 1391 New Shoreham 1393 New Shoreham 1407 Biography In August 1382, shortly before his first return to Parliament, Skully acquired an acre of

    FARNCOMBE, Roger, of Shoreham, Suss.

    FARNCOMBE, Roger, of Shoreham, Suss. Constituency Dates New Shoreham 1402 Biography Roger was probably descended from the Farncombes who had been assessed for the taxes on moveables in 1296, 1327 and 1332, as living in the parishes of Patcham and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i Brighton ddydd Llun y Pasg. Yr achos dychmygol oedd hyn. Yr oedd byddin ymosod- . ol wedi glanio yn Shoreham, ac wedi cymeryd - Brighton, ac yn ymwthio ymlaen tua Lewes, d gyda'r amcan a gymeryd mneddiant ar y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sandwi&l roddi esboniad anfw Iriadol *ar y dirgelwch am sefyllfa pethau yn y mater hwn trwy y deyrnas. Cymerodd etholisd Shoreham el ddydd Gwener, yr wythnos ddiweddaf. ac fel y dis. gwylid, dychwelwydy Ceidwadwr, Syr Walter Wyndham Burreli, gyda mws Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - .11- ? ?:- - -.1-11 -1-1 --- --- I - I -,, I ? ? Ni ?]y tE ? I. RHESTR O' AELODAU, A ETHOLWYT Yn y rhestr ddilynol. ceilr en wac Oaa-a Li ethoiwyd yn y,.,,;gwahanol ,siroeIda. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    noto- TiOceSay cort opt, and clc soine iistaaices called irresistably for pJnsbinmell r wi tness the cases of Criclilade and Shoreham. A-oither esi ct eqcally indisputuble had also followed : it was, i01lt tie Hwish jtself s aa d ceased Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    added, would be aible to kep tile seas almost at all times and qne stationed at Seaford and one at Shoreham would he suficient for~ the -whole line ot coast. Let the Lords-of the Admiralty look ts this, although the Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 18th February 1838

    William Clayton , Mr. Evans , Mr. Rice (not Spring Rice), Mr. Hayter, member for , Mr. Goring member for Shoreham , Mr. Kaley, &c.&c. all members, in all about 16 or 17. He has another tonight, but could not

    Monday 14th February 1842

    read Despatches after luncheon. - At 4, I drove out with Mama, Fanny J. & Ly Fanny Howard , to Shoreham & back. - We both received most happy & delighted letters from Ernest, which have been very long on

    Friday 11th February 1842

    of my wedding day. - We lunched downstairs, including Mama, who arrived this morning. Afterwards, drove with Fanny J. to Shoreham , Albert riding. - Signed, & wrote in my Journal. - "Pussy" came to us for an hour, &

    Wednesday 2nd January 1839

    two slight showers. I rode " Comus ", who went to perfection. We rode to Shoreham , a nice ride along the seashore, through Shoreham & over the fine new Suspension Bridge, built by the Duke of Norfolk , came

    Wednesday 2nd January 1839

    went to perfection, and rode between Lord Melbourne and Lord Alfred . We rode to Shoreham , a nice ride along the sea shore, through Shoreham, and over the fine new Suspension Bridge built by the Duke of Norfolk ;

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Harmony Lodge

    Lodge Number (1814): 522 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): No payment after 1825. Meeting Places Fountain Inn (now Bridge Inn), Entrance to Bridge, Shoreham, Sussex 1800

    Burrell Lodge

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Town Hall, East Street, Shoreham, Sussex 1879 Royal George Hotel, High Street, Shoreham, Sussex 1879 Buckingham Arms Hotel, Buckingham Road, Shoreham, Sussex 1889 Royal Pavilion, Pavilion Parade, Brighton, Sussex 1890

 

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