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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Crawley New Town Roman Catholicism

    and concrete, was opened in 1959 on a site made available by the development corporation. 53 St. Bernadette's church hall, Tilgate Way, was opened in 1962 on a site made available by the development corporation, 54 whose successor also provided

    Crawley New Town Social and cultural activities

    sports were provided at Tilgate park from the late 1960s . 18 An 18-hole pitch and putt golf course was opened in Goffs park in 1965 ; 19 there was an 18-hole full golf course at Tilgate park by 1984

    Crawley New Town Protestant nonconformity

    opened before 1947, are treated elsewhere. 58 A site for a Baptist church at Tilgate was bought in 1957 ; from 1958 services were held in the community hut there. A temporary church was dedicated in 1960 . The congregation

    Crawley New Town Education

    in groups of three on campus sites surrounded by playing fields and other communal buildings at Hazelwick, Ifield , and Tilgate . There were to be an infant and junior school at each neighbourhood centre, with two in Southgate ,

    Crawley New Town Growth of the new town Crawley : Bo undary changes 1933-1983 Crawley Neighbourhoods c. 1982

    1981 . 17 Tilgate neighbourhood in the south-east was begun with the construction of roads and sewers in 1955 . 18 The houses were built between 1956 and 1958 . 19 The southern part included the 72-a. Tilgate park, which

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JOLLIFFE, Gilbert East (1802-1833), of Tilgate, nr. Crawley, Suss.

    East (1802-1833), of Tilgate, nr. Crawley, Suss. Constituency Dates Petersfield 1830 1831 Ofifces Held Cornet 19 Drag. 1817, lt. 1820, half-pay 1821; lt. 15 Drag. 1822, half-pay 1823. Biography Jolliffe was named after Gilbert East (1764-1828) of Hall Place, Berkshire,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTH. On the 19th inst., in Great Cumberland-street, the lady of Sir Edward Blount, Bart of a son and heir. In New-street, Spring-gardens, on the 24th inst., Lady Campbell, of a son. MARRIED. On the 24th inst., at Brompton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in GeologY and in the Study of Organic Remdins.' Incit: ding Geological Excursions to the Isle of Sheppy, Brighton, Letes Tilgate Forcsr, Faeingdon, Swindon, Calne, Batb, Bristol, Crich Hilt &' Illustrated by coloured Plates, and several hundred beautiful Woodemay Fossil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fihst Lessons inc Goolvge', and in the Study of Orcacie Remai.'s; iecluding Geelegeical Escursieon to the Isle of BheppyBrigheton, hcoues, Tilgate fle eot, Ccarawoed Peort, Pocingson, Swindon. Caine, Bath, Briotol, Clifton, Marleck, Crich Hlill, hr., by Gideon Algernon MiantelS, LL.D., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cost of about MO.- Tile Sussozr Express of Saturday reports the occurrence of a fire at Starve Mouse, oem the Tilgate Estate, Crawley. A farm in the occupatioss of Mrs. Bcok, a largo house, a well-stored barn, a large shed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of mr. Olharles Corbemi late of Norfolk House, Richmond, per- sonalty under .,43a000. * of Sir. Arthur Allison, late of Tilgate For-et Ledge, Crawley, Sussex, personalty under £0n,000. ; of M~rs. Caroline Amelia Norman, late of Brandon Hall, Brandon, Suffolk, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Memorial inscriptions, Llandaff Cathedral

    infant daughters. Mary, daughter of Jane and Edward [ sic ] Robins; ob. 1820, aet. 2. 17 George Ashburner, of Tilgate in the county of Sussex, eldest son of Luke and Sarah Price Ashburner; ob. 1869, aet. 59. Also his

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