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You searched for: Place: Capel -le -FerneCapel -le -Ferne, Source type: Secondary sources, Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Capel

    Parishes CapelCAPEL The parish of Capel is bounded on the north by Dorking , of which it was formerly a part, on the east by Leigh and Newdigate , on the south by the county of Sussex , on

    Bobbingworth School

    was no school in the parish. 57 In 1822, with the support of Capel Cure of Blake Hall (see above), a girls' school was established which by 1833 had 24 pupils. 58 It was a dame school, with a Sunday

    Houses of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of West Peckham

    West Peckham and Stalisfield, the rectories of Rodmersham , Hadlow , and Tonbridge , and the chapels of Shipborne and Capel , was valued 5 at £63 6 s . 8 d . yearly. Nothing is known of its history.

    Haresfield Church

    same house that was in such bad repair in 1679 that Richard Capel , the vicar presented in that year, considered legal action against his predecessor's widow. Capel demolished the house, 97 and by c . 1775 another vicarage house

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Dodnash

    year John de Goldyngham, under the foregoing licence, was allowed to alienate to the priory, property in Bentley , Bergholt, Capel , Brantham , and Tattingstone , of the yearly value of £5. 6 The endowment of the priory in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAPEL, Hon. Henry (1638-96), of Kew, Surr.

    one of the lds. justices [I] 1693-5; ld. dep. [I] 1695-d. Biography The fortunes of the Capel family were made by Sir William Capel, a younger son from Suffolk, who became a London Draper. He was elected for the city

    CAPEL, John (1767-1846), of 96 Cornhill, London and 32 Russell Square, Mdx.

    financial institution which was established in Capel Court, Bartholomew Lane.[footnote] They briefly employed Capel"s first cousin, James Capel (1789-1872), who then joined the firm which, as Marjoribanks, Capel and Company and later James Capel and Company, was to become one

    GLADSTONE, Thomas (1804-1889).

    GLADSTONE, Thomas (1804-1889). Constituency Dates Queenborough 2 Dec. 1830 1831 Portarlington 1832 1834 Leicester 1835 1837 Ipswich 3 June 1842 30 July 1842 Ofifces Held Ld. lt. Kincardine 1876-d.; lt. Kincardine rifles. Biography Gladstone, the eldest of the four

    CAPEL, Hon. Sir Henry (1638-96), of Kew, Surr.

    CAPEL, Hon. Sir Henry (1638-96), of Kew, Surr. Constituency Dates Tewkesbury 1660 Mar. 1681 Cockermouth 1689 1690 Tewkesbury 1690 11 Apr. 1692 Ofifces Held Steward of Ogmore, Glam. 1662–93; chief steward, manor of Richmond 1690–?92; high steward, Tewkesbury by

    CAPELL, Henry I (d.1588), of Little Hadham, Herts. and Rayne, Essex.

    from 1575, q. c.1583, j.p.q. Herts. from 1577; sheriff, Essex 1579-80, Herts, 1585-6. Biography The Capell or Capel family came originally from Capel in Suffolk, but in Henry VIl’s reign Sir William Capell†, lord mayor of London, bought the manor

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