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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Aldingbourne Parish Church of St Mary Aldingbourne

    a road leads south through Norton to the church, passing Limmer Pond and sending a branch eastwards by Nyton to Westergate , which is now the chief centre of population, houses having been built along the road which runs south

    Eastergate BARNHAM AND EASTERGATE c. 1939

    at the end of the 19th century, while residents of Westergate in Aldingbourne attended at Eastergate . 77 At the same period the existence of a Salvation Army barracks at Westergate was claimed to foster 'a very irreligious irreverent feeling'

    Escrick ESCRICK c. 1600 Escrick Hall DEIGHTON 1619

    , comprising 50 a. in Old field, 50 a. in West field, 54½ a. in Mill field, 36½ a. in Westergate field, and 20½ a. in Padomire field. Inclosure was apparently then contemplated, for the fields were shown in several


    The younger children continued to attend Walberton school in 1992 ; in 1996 most older children went to school at Westergate in Aldingbourne . 50 CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. None known. This article was written in 1992 and revised in

    Barnham BARNHAM c. 1762 (from W.S.R.O., Goodwood MS. E 4996 ) Barnham Court in 187 6

    1895 96 and survived till c . 1910 or later. 97 From 1958 many older children from Barnham went to Westergate secondary modern school in Aldingbourne , but after the opening of St. Philip Howard secondary school in Eastergate in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jumped off in front, and came on, attended by Glendower, Frenchmail II., and Westergate, with Little Gipsy next, and Persecuted last. Before running half the journey Westergate was driven to the front, and at the distance Freniobman IL and Little Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31b. Five fortunes, straight. I With Giispe-e 'Free.. Lac 913 'we tidalie , 38 -~ittle, Chris 'Free Lance IB. 'Aciddia 'Westergate 'Red Coat Polyscope 'Fordbam 1L 'Faded Flower ' onmera 'Cedrine tMaramat *Mascotte 3.30.-Tne OcroIaxa Nrasmsv HASDICAP PLr.t of 250 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I j Mr. Brown's. Polyscope, set Sib .......J. Woodhurn 2 o Mr. White's Red Coat, Set il1b............ Wingfield 3 - Westergate (C. Loates), Fordhsns IL (Mi. Cannon), e Free Lance (Bradford), Faded Flower (Fenton), Cedrine J (Calder), Acidalie (F. Pratt), Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coqrse a quarter of a mile from home, last.-The winner % was sold to Mr. C. J. Merry for 2BWgs, Westergate to t r Mr. Budd for 45gs, Mascotte to Mr. WV. Burton f or 40gs, fThe Conicarn. to Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S~diney's Aunt Jack......-. ..-..,...Owner a 11 31 'Mr. S. C. Joittfe's Lady Bride .. ......Ltn 6 11 3 'Lord Shrewsbury's Westergate .... . . ... ...Gregory, 4 IC 6~ 'Mr. P. Whitaker's Parameter ..... .... - - Private 4 10 Subscribers-only content

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