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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harting Parish Church of St Mary Harting

    shows timber-framing. A third, farther north, mostly refaced with modern brick, shows a little 17th-century framing: the roof is tiled. Upperton Farm, about 3/8 mile east of the above, is a house of rectangular plan facing south, with a small

    Thakeham Church

    (d. 1587), and Edward Apsley (d. 1651), and mural tablets to members of the Butler, Mellersh, Shelley , Fuller, and Upperton families. There were four bells in 1724 . 81 Three were recast in 1748 , the fourth in 1775

    Thakeham Manors and other estates

    1817 and the estate passed successively to his daughter Charlotte, wife of Luke Upperton (d. 1835), and their son Edward Fuller Upperton (d. 1868). E. F. Upperton left it to his nephew George Edward Lear , who lived in the

    Rogate PARISH CHURCH of ST. BARTHOLOMEW ROGATE

    been granted in 1544 to Sir Edmund Mervyn , 116 who settled it in 1549 , as 'the manor of Upperton Durford', 117 upon himself and his wife Elizabeth. 118 In 1555 Henry Mervyn , son of Sir Edmund by

    Index K-Z

    Uncle , Ralph le, and his w. Maud , Unitarians , United Building Workers Union , United Reformed Church , Upperton , Edw. T., Urlin : John, Mary, his w., Valle : Beatrice de, Edm. de, John de, Vallence :

  • * British History Online *

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    The Justicing notebook of Henry Norris, 1738-9 (nos 249-315)

    Friday, 20 July 1739 Sarah Hutchinson complains ag t : Eliz a : Richardson Jean Bennett Edward Upperton Jn : Upperton & Hannah Upperton. On her Oath made a warr t : for y m . 305 . Monday, 23

    Index, L - Z

    360 William, of Clapton. 994-5 Upchurch , Thomas, of Well Street, 1129 Upham J. (d. 1739), 359 Jacob, 709, 711 Upperton Edward, 304 Hannah, 304 Jno., 304 Uppington Mary, of Cambridge Heath, 44 Thomas, of Mare Street, 990 Upton John,

    Index, U-Z, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    (Upplethom) , Yorks., i. g. 465 (39). Upney , Hen., ii. g. 496 (53). Uppcatche , Soms. See Hatche, Up. Upperton , Suss., i. p. 676. Uppingham , Rutl., i. g. 621 (13), 846 (45). Uppington , Salop, i. g.

    Letters and Papers, Miscellaneous, Spring 1539, 01 March 1539-31 March 1539

    41, Jevington 12, Birling (Thos. Selwyn) 16, Exet (John Braye) 11. Total bowmen 14, billmen 29, & c. Bourn hundred: Upperton (Jas. Burton) 41, Chaulton 12, Esthall 15, Lamport 14. Total bowmen 14, billmen 19, & c. Shoplake hundred: Laughton

    Henry VIII, July 1545, 26-31, 01 July 1545-31 July 1545

    Worsopp monastery. 24 March. Ric. Awdeby. To be steward of the lordships and manors of Weston, Vynnyng, Rowgate, Shette and Upperton, Hants, and Suss. Durford . 15 Feb. 88 Geoff. Fowntaunce. To be bailiff and collector of lands in Attyngham,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sunday last a quantity of smoke was observed to issue from an air-hole of a large barn belonging to the Upperton Farm, of Easthourne, in the occupation of Mr. J. P. Gorringe; an alarm was immediately given, when it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It is stated that a partner of the firm O called o&sTesday evening upon M s as his residence, Us Upperton Sidoup, and taxed him with embezzlement. T1his he at once acknowledged, and thereupon the - parkner left the house Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDOY GAZETTE, Saturday, Juze 9. - - Ad * ata Irang.. - LIST OF BANKRUPTS. HALL Henry, and John Hall, nose or late of Soin Wharf, UIpper Thtanes-stincet in thecity of London, irne-mercltants, d. c. and Copanrters, to sur. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birighton. toA I I BANT PUTS. Mesrs.SmihPayne, and Smiths, London. c y Messrs. iedy, Cisicleseter. req l Mzr.Itouty, Olliver, and Upperton, Worthing and Arundel. onl Mi Aessrs. Hall WsadBorrer. o the Union Bak Birightosi. Ito - The object of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Lyons and WV. WIilsori, Iow-commslni, tar dealers, gg Cowell an. Skcelton, XWakefield, linen drapers.L a-J. Weston asd S. G. M. Scowyon. Noble-street, warehousemen. - e N orton, Upperton, and Stone, Trimsar.a. tiron mnasters as far its regards J. Norton. Subscribers-only content

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