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You searched for: Place: "Angmering" "Angmering", Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bepton Parish Church of St Mary Bepton

    Robert de Montfort. Their son William de Montfort was holding 5 knights' fees of Robert de Tateshale in Bargham (in Angmering ), Bepton , Greatham , Elmer , and Tortington in 1303 9 and 1306. 10 He died in 1310

    Warminghurst Church

    year to increase to £6 in lieu of tithes in kind. 75 By 1636 the farmer of Barpham Wick in Angmering was obliged to pay 5 qr. of barley or its cash value to the curate of Warminghurst each year.

    Collegiate churches Arundel

    leave to alienate to the same church the manors of South Stoke , Warningcamp , Climpsfold, Pipering, North Mundham , Angmering , and Houghton , and other lands amounting to the value of about 100 marks. 10 A bequest of


    manor in Angmering , being then called Selkedon or Sylkeden. 32 At that date it evidently strad dled the boundary between the two parishes, for there were fields called Selden Furze fields and Selden Nine Acres in Angmering in the

    Parishes Ashendon

    life, 95 giving the reversion, also for life, five years later to Henry 96 son of Sir Edward Palmer of Angmering , Sussex , elder brother of Thomas . 97 From Thomas, described in 1540 as 'old Master Pawmer of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PALMER, Thomas I (1542-by 1616), of Angmering, Suss. and Blackwall, Mdx.

    (1542-by 1616), of Angmering, Suss. and Blackwall, Mdx. Constituency Dates Sussex 1571 Sussex 1589 Ofifces Held J.p. Suss. 1572; sheriff, Surr. and Suss. 1572-3; dep. lt. Suss. June 1585-at least 1591. Biography The Palmers had been established in Sussex from

    PALMER, John (by 1495-1563), of Angmering, Suss.

    (by 1495-1563), of Angmering, Suss. Constituency Dates Sussex 1547 Ofifces Held Esquire of the body by 1528; j.p. Suss. 1529-d.; Sheriff, Surr. and Suss. 1533-4, 1543-4, commr. for dissolution of monasteries, Suss. 1537, musters 1539, relief 1550 church goods 1552.

    TINGLEDEN (DINGLEDEN), John (by 1520-51), of Reigate, Surr.

    6s.4d. a year, and the manor of Frenches in Reigate. Joan Tingleden took as her second husband John Palmer of Angmering, Sussex, who may have been responsible for John Tingleden’s upbringing. In 1529 Tingleden shared £60 with his brother Thomas

    PALMER, Thomas II (c.1541-1625), of Wingham, Kent.

    to sit. He farmed one of the Earl of Arundel’s manors, and was first cousin to Thomas Palmer I of Angmering, Sussex, who lived only four miles from Arundel and may have helped to place him in Parliament. He was

    PALMER, Thomas (by 1520-82), of Parham, Suss.

    1562; sheriff, Surr. and Suss. 1559-60; dep. lt. Suss. 1569-82. Biography Thomas Palmer’s father, an offspring of the family of Angmering, Sussex, bought the manor of Parham in 1540 and established a branch there. Palmer’s early career is not easily

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