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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Wye

    school, were given. 12 The site and most of the possessions of the college, including the manors of Perycourte and Surrenden , and the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Broomhill , were sold on 13 March, 1545 ,

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of St Gregory , St Canterbury

    1378 45 Thom as Rauf, elected 1378 45 John de Bedynden, died 1409 46 William Cauntirbury, elected 1409 46 William Surrenden , resigned 1426 47 Thomas Kenyngton, elected 1426, 57 occurs 1460 48 William Egyrton, occurs c . 1470, 49

    Parishes Litchfield

    , 30 from whom the manor ultimately descended to two sisters and co-heirs, Eleanor the wife of William Dering of Surrenden (co. Kent ) and Constance the wife of John Goring of Burton (co. Suss.). 31 In 1514 the manor

    Friaries The Trinitarian friars of Mottenden ( Headcorn )

    the same offices in 1494 , when he received John Davy and Elinor his wife , and John Dering of Surrenden Dering, esq., benefactors of the Order, to the privileges of confraternity. 31 pne of the chief privileges of these

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Lit- tledale. Esq. of Portland-place. On the iothl instant, at Haydor, in Lincolnshire, Sir Edw. Cholmeley Dering, Bart. of Surrenden Dlering, Kent, to the Hon. Jane Edwardes, youngest daughter of Lord Kensington. On Sunday week, at Grretna, W. Owsley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENT BY F'IRE.-A most awful catastrophe occurred on Saturday night at the venerable mansion of Sir Edward Dering, Bart., of Surrenden Dering, Kent. Lady Dering's wet nuirse caught fire from a spark of wood fly- ing from the grate. Shte Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , aged 79, Cho'meley Daring, Esq., brother of the late, and guardian to the present, Sir Edward Derig, Bart., of Surrenden Dering, Kent. In-London, Dagdale Stratford Dugdaie, Esq., for many years one of the repro. sentatives in Parliament for Warwoickshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cent. of thleir rents, tas again made a remission of 10 per eait. to the occupiers of farms on his Surrenden estate, also in Kent. Two ratise Alsatian gymnastie societies, one at Mul- house, the other at Rappolt.weiler, have been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the ottice of Solicitor-General. This event will take .e place out of term. # Snir Edward C'holmeley Derino, of Surrenden Derinr d Ashford, lent, has this week elebratedthtesighty-eighth d annivereary of his birthday. Thu xvneralmleblaronet is e osle of Subscribers-only content

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