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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish contained what seem to have been two separate settlements, one around Annington farm, and the other around Botolphs church. The former was presumably called Annington ; the latter seems likely to be the settlement called Old Bridge (

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Sele

    above. B.M. lxxii, 108. Mun. of Magd. Coll . Oxon , ' Annington ,' No. 7; ' Southwick ,' No. 23. B.M. lxxii, 109. Mun. of Magd. Coll . Oxon , 'Bidlington,' No. 13. Ibid. ' Annington ,' No. 7.

    West Grinstead Economic history

    1210 , were exercised, since they do not seem to have been exercised in Beeding. 29 The pasture place of Annington manor in Botolphs called beaddan syla in 956 may be represented by the modern Bassell's farm in West Grinstead


    river, one in the north and one in the south, and probably correspond to two Saxon estates aligned east-west like Annington (in Botolphs ) and Bidlington (in Bramber ). Coombes was the larger settlement in 1086 , 71 but it

    Steyning Manors and other estates

    to have left the manor to his son Thomas. 29 Between at least 1554 and 1667 30 it descended with Annington in Botolphs . No later record has been found, unless Newham farm lying south of the town was its

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sons, solicitors, the whole of the Annington Estatoe, the property of the late lMr. John Ordish. The estate consists of the Moor 3Farms comprising a residence, farm buildings, and twenty-six acres of grazing land; Annington House, and about two hundred Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Stamford's Clsicquot the '3r. Harker's r Vienna Jester M31r. Hawks's c Armourer Lord Stamford's Lady of lAir, Henry's c Annington Elthalm Dlr. Jacksos's e Gourmand Sir G. Strickland's c Mr. Jaques's c H1arvest Mall -Navarino Mr. Jnnings's Daniel Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SMr. Naylor's Pilgrimage Belle .. Mr. J. Osborne's Faueonlserg Mr. ES awlet's Aimourer 'MIr. J. Osborne's Prinee Arthur Mlr. Henry's Annington Mr. J. Osborne's Greenland Mr.. llolliday's Brother to Mr. C. Peck, jun.'s John Gully Stockton IMr. Rampling's Cbivairy IL, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fair SopMl .. .. 7 4 * PrettyGirl.. 710 Ros. 7 a Wilo Rale. 7 10 Cutaway .. . 0 .Annington 710 Glasgow , 07 Mystery - 7 10 Biible .6 13 WEIGHTS FOR THE SEFTON HANDICAP. age St lI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..... . Litlechld P Mr. Handloy's Seoboy, Vet Sith........ Grlmsla'sa.0. Mr. W. Riohertson's Blight, Vat 71 ...... Bcwtey 0 Lord'Westmorlandl's Annington, let 4ib]. . -'. ...Mrga 'a Mr. flodgmaaa's Coripthian 'Tom,.Vet 21b V, {~Cvey T. Mr. 0. aaetsWohrlsOt1215. . Rod Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Whitfeld, 20/9/1585

    ID: 157952 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Whitfeld Forename William Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 20/9/1585 Office/Status Rector Location Annington// OTHER INFORMATION Source Queen's College Oxford MS 252 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Archdeacon of Oxford/Oxford 0- 0 Comment

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