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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wield

    was settled on Thomas Sackville , Lord Buckhurst , and his wife Cecilia , daughter of Sir John Baker of Sissinghurst in Kent . 19 20 Seven years later it was conveyed by them to Ralph Henslowe, 21 who died

    Friaries The Trinitarian friars of Mottenden ( Headcorn )

    to carry out an agreement made between Geoffrey of Sissinghurst and William de Bottune, late minister, whereby the latter engaged to supply two friars to celebrate in the chapel at Sissinghurst . 25a Several letters of fraternity issued by the

    Parishes Wolverton

    and Robert, and one daughter, Elizabeth, 50 died in 1525 , 51 and she next married Sir John Baker of Sissinghurst (co. Kent ), 52 but apparently died before 1570, in which year Edward Barrett settled it in tail-male upon

    Parishes Buckland

    a fesse or with three cinquefoils gules thereon between three ducks' heads razed or and collared gules, for Baker of Sissinghurst . Further west is a brass to John Yate ( 1578 ) and Mary (Justice) his wife, with male

    Leyton Manors and estates

    1601 Ralph sold both leases, said to cover 33 a. and the orchard, to Sir Thomas Baker (d. 1625) of Sissinghurst ( Kent ). Sir Thomas already owned a house and 16 a. freehold land, which he had acquired about

  • * British History Online * *

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    Minute Book, March 1671, 01 March 1671-31 March 1671

    ? ] . [The following appointed receivers of Hearthmoney for Kent, Northumberland and Northampton. ] Kent: Sir Philip Howard, of Sissinghurst, Kent, bart. Northumberland: John Fenwick, of Walton [ sic ? for Warton ] , in Northumberland, Esq. Northampton: Fra.

    Cecil Papers, August 1573, 01 August 1573-31 August 1573

    Battle, forfeited to her Majesty by Sir F. Englefield. There is a long endorsement as follows: At the Court at Sissinghurst the xvj th of August, 1573. Upon the motion of this suit, her Highness well remembered, that Mr. Hatton

    Cases before the Committee, March 1644, 01 March 1644-31 March 1644

    With note that his sequestration is to be suspended till further order of Parliament. 90 161 Sir John Baker, Bart., Sissinghurst, Kent. March 1644. Vol. A No. or p. Petitions the House of Commons to be admitted to the benefit Subscribers-only content

    George III, January 1762, 01 January 1762-31 January 1762

    of The Admiralty to the Earl of Bute. Relative to a memorial from the French prisoners in Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, put into the hands of Sir Joseph Yorke, H.M.'s Ambassador at the Hague, by M.D'Affry, the French Minister to Subscribers-only content

    George III, March 1762, 01 March 1762-31 March 1762

    Their Lordships have made inquiry. Mons. Mare, captain of the privateer which took the brig, being likewise a prisoner at Sissinghurst, confirmed the statements of Barkenboom and his man as to their being brought to England, but contradicted those as Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pereival], in her 58th year-On the l1th, Mrs Wix, of Battersea rise, in her soth year -On the 11th, at, Sissinghurst, F Wils-on, BEg, aged so--On the 10th, at Gravesend, Miss Longley, in hsr cthyea-Onthe ioth, at Brislington. M~frs Long Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was formed, in connmc- tion with the Birminglham Auxiliary to the above-nasned society. The Rev. William Peterson, M1A., incumbent of Sissinghurst, attended as the deputation from the parent society, who, in the course of his address, showed the great advantages Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PB'sainUs AND APPOsNTITsr. - ti Rev. William Powell, M.A., head master of Chandos P School, Hereford; vicar of Holy Trinity, Sissinghurst, Staplohurst, Kent. Rev. W. R. D. CU. Boyle ; sole charge of St. Luke's, Walsall. Rev. A. C. Eyre, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t at Birrsck Farm and Angleywood, and resume the d advance at 7 a m. It is important that r Sissinghurst be clear of the enemy by 9 a&n." a The special ideaforBlue (Liverpool) was: "Yourforce t consists of one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *il 1 ee and Benson Wood from an] infantrv attack. A force (blue), the same strength as red, stationed at Sissinghurst, recives ab 9 arm. on December 18 4 he following message from the officer corm- manting the infantry brigade: Subscribers-only content

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