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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Aldwick Introduction

    The hundred of Aldwick Introduction THE HUNDRED OF ALDWICK CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF BERSTED BOGNOR REGIS PAGHAM SLINDON TANGMERE THIS is a discrete hundred composed of the estates of the See of Canterbury , based on the important manor of

    Bognor Regis

    ease to St. John 's. At Aldwick 20 an iron chapel, built about 1880, had been succeeded in 1909 by a wooden chapel built by Mr. Archibald Seth Smith in his grounds at Aldwick Lodge . This was pulled down

    Pagham Parish Church of St Thomas the Martyr Pagham

    . Azure an archbishop's cross or surmounted with a pall argent charged with four crosses formy fitchy or . ALDWICKALDWICK first appears as a manor in 1291 , when Nicholas Malemayns died seised of it, held of the archbishop

    The hundred of Westbourne and Singleton Introduction

    , being a manor of the Archbishop of Canterbury , was subsequently attach ed to the Hundred of Pagham (or Aldwick ). The two hundreds continued to be separate entities for some six centuries, though Singleton occasionally figures as a

    Religious houses

    to provide the men with a specified amount of coal. 45 No more is known of it. Aldwick 's Hospital . John Aldwick of Hull , by his will proved in 1444 , provided for masses to be sung according

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 256, October 1651, 01 October 1651-31 October 1651

    Oct. 28. Order of the Committee for Compounding, that Edw. Raynes of Barcombe, Sussex, be steward for keeping courts in Aldwick and other manors sequestered from Lord Craven. [ G 12, p . 331. ] Order to summon Sir Hen. Subscribers-only content

    Index of places, A-J

    Adlyngflete , 2, 9, 28. Adwalton , 37, 46, 102, 166, 188. Adwick , 77, 128. als . Aldwick als . Aldwick upon Dearne, 101. Adwicke , 13, 116, 184. als . Aldwicke, 38. upon Dearne, 97. Adyngham , 30.

    Yorkshire Fines, 1598, 01 January 1598-31 December 1598

    Foliambe als . Brownelowe, esq., Edward Wylde, gent., Humphrey Smale, and Godfrey Platts Manor of Adwick als . Aldwick als . Aldwick upon Dearne and 20 messuages and a water mill with lands there and in Mexbroughe, Swynton, Wathe upon

    Index, A, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    141, 268, 435, 484, 495, 655, 676, 862 reservations of, out of grants, 565, 766, 783. Adwick [? ] ("Aderwick," "Aldwick") chantry, Yorks, 737. Africa , 23, 367, 755. - Company. See Royal. Agar Thomas, Surveyor General of woods, Trent,

    Entry Book, May 1675, 01 May 1675-31 May 1675

    0 0 The chantry of Bramwith 3 12 2 A chantry in Preston Jacklyn 4 1 8 Chantry in Aderwicke (Aldwick) 4 11 0 Chantry in Norton 11 11 4 Chantry of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Barnsley 5 10

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Invention and Discovery Company - - 750 000 Haitian Trad ing Company - :0- * - 1 0l00 Bognor and Aldwick Improvement Company -- - S00,000 The Licensed Victuallers' Rectifying Distillery Company - 500000 Cattle Food Culture Association - - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    worthless preparations. flOLLflWAY'S OINTMENT and PILLS an EXTRAORDINARY BREMEDY for ERYSIPELAr. -Copy of a letter from tilts 'eatcs, FPost office, Aldwick roan, Boguos-, Sussex, dated Oct. 4, 1152.-To Professor HRollw Sic,'1 his is ts certisy that hosing suffered from severe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an incongruous event in a peaceful and innocent life. One dav in August, a drunken soldier,-probably from the barracks at Aldwick or Chichester,-broke into the little slip of garden fronting the painter's sequestered cottage, and was there as violent nod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TAxraoR, residing at Chorley Old Road, trading at High Street, both Bolton, joiner. . HJNrH FRtYE, Avenue Rouse, Glen Road, Aldwick, Yorkshire, market gardener, SUSAN FITCH, East Road, Cambridge, grocer, widow. CHARLES Ducxzas, King Street, Burton-on-Trent, lately residing 'st Winshill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~AME Li STCUTY 01F YOR cr. ~'Ili$T PUBLIOATION". Croit Cr dt. PERSOINS WH() HAVE 0I3TA-INED GAME CERTI- Crlet FLAEs FOR TR~E YEA.R 1847. (crnul Croul I £~~EYERA~~ C_'ERI'IFIATES at £4 Oe; l 1d. LIST (1) eoEcl-" s. .I .Abbsty Subscribers-only content

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