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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Margaret and her husband Sir Robert Southwell , 11 who in 1542 sold it t o Richard Stapley . 12 In the Stapley family Twineham Manor descended from father to son for more than two hundred years. Richard's son John


    John was buried at Patcham in October 1594 , 17 and his son Henry apparently sold the estate to Anthony Stapley , for in 1620 Anthony was holding at Patcham a capital messuage and 2 virgates of land, late Shelley

    Marston Magna Marston Magna in 1838

    son Sampson and his grandson Henry. 15 Henry sold the manor in 1596 probably to trustees of Anthony Stapley . In 1606 Stapley died leaving a son, also Anthony, under age. 16 In 1618 the younger Anthony and his wife

    Kingston by Sea

    to his son Sir Herbert , 64 who in 1655 conveyed it to Sir John Stapley and his wife Mary , Sir Herbert 's daughter. Stapley in 1661 agreed to sell it to Susanna (d. 1667), widow of Robert Morley

    Parishes Odiham

    a court leet of the manor held at Easter. 119 The manor of STAPELY (Stapeleg, Stappell, Stapel, xiii cent.; Stapeleigh, Stapley , xvi cent.) was held in chief of the king by the serjeanty of serving forty days in the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STAPLEY, John (1628-1701), of Patcham and Broyle Place, Ringmer, Suss.

    Interregnum. Stapley outwardly conformed to the Protectorate, but he and his brother took their politics from their mother’s side of the family. They became leaders of a royalist conspiracy in 1658, which they abjectly betrayed to the Protector. Stapley was

    STAPLEY, Herbert (1655-bef.1693), of Patcham, Suss.

    STAPLEY, Herbert (1655-bef.1693), of Patcham, Suss. Constituency Dates Seaford Mar. 1679 Seaford Oct. 1679 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Suss. 1679-80, j.p. 1682-?87. Biography Stapley owed his seat at Seaford to Sir William Thomas, who had married his aunt. At

    MORLEY, William (c.1531-97), of Glynde, Suss.

    this was out of date by his death on 24 Nov. 1597. The executor was the heir, Herbert, and the overseers were three relatives, Herbert Pelham, Anthony Morley and Anthony Staple or Stapley. The will was proved in January 1598.[footnote]

    TOMSON, Laurence (1539-1608), of London; later of Laleham, Mdx.

    there 4 Apr. 1608, having made his will 18 Mar. Until his debts were paid his lands were to be held by his son-in-law Thomas Stapley, Tomson’s widow receiving £100 a year. Stapley proved the will on 18 Apr. 1608.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6d., and 12., 6d, from the ateeter, Soubball Bros., e& Bareley, Birminghau. Wholesale Agente-ShSarp, Perrin, &: Co. 31 Old absgge;* Stapley & Smith, nndon Wall, London- For prot- ection agaieet useless a-ad iniurieus' imitatatioos,tbhs labelion - each pacbret bears the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d,, sad 12.. 6d, from the iatenteeo, Sduthall Bros., & Bsreley, Brminighaic. Wholesale Agents-Sharp, Perrin, & Co. 81 Old Chaugge; Stapley &aSmith,LondonWall, London Forgprot- ection against' useless and injnrious imiaetations,the label on each packet besrs the signatnre of the patentees, Subscribers-only content

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