Access to Archives

Part of the UK archives network

Additional Manuscripts, catalogue 26


The entire contents of this catalogue are shown below. Browse the hierarchical structure instead

Reference Add MSS 20,001 - 21,100
Covering dates 1329-1978
Held by West Sussex Record Office
Extent 1100 pieces
Conditions of access Records are open for consultation unless otherwise indicated
Creators West Sussex Record Office

Contents:
INTRODUCTION
This is the twenty sixth volume of Additional Manuscripts (Add Mss) to have been catalogued in the West Sussex Record Office, and it has been compiled, in general, along the lines indicated in the first volume in November 1956. The class of Additional Manuscripts embraces all the smaller gifts and deposits of documents, as distinct from the large family and estate collections, such as the Goodwood Ms., or accumulations from solicitors' offices, such as the Raper Ms., each of which is referred to and quoted by name. The majority of such documents have been deeds of title, though a healthy balance of a vast range of other material has been documented in these volumes. However, 23 years and 21,100 documents after the scheme was inaugurated, the sheer pressure of the weight of material to be catalogued has meant that in future catalogues of title deeds, instead of being the detailed calendar that has been the practice up until now, will appear in summary lists, with the accent being on the property concerned, rather than, as hitherto, on the parties involved and the technicalities of the type of legal conveyance being used
In this twenty sixth volume, a number of estate collections are catalogued, such as the records of the Loxwood House Estate (Add Mss 20,038-20,056); the Manor of Rogate Bohunt (Add Mss 20,309-20,364); the Hamilton family (Add Mss 20,806-20,877); and the Warnham Lodge Estate (Add Mss 20,879-20,928). The volume also includes catalogues of the papers of a number of local businesses, including those of Frederick-Adames, wine and spirit merchant of Chichester (Add Mss 20,072-20,074); Eastgate Pharmacy in Chichester (Add Mss 20,113-20,155); James Longley & Co., Ltd., building contractors of Crawley (Add Mss 20,771-20,774); King and Barns Ltd. of Horsham, wine and spirit merchants (Add Mss 20,775-20,780); Lintott & Co., walking stick makers of Witley in Surrey (Add Mss 20,929-21,048); and Richard William Hull of Arundel, butcher (Add Mss 21,049-21,088)
This volume also includes the catalogue of the papers of James Dallaway, the historian of Sussex, and his family (Add Mss 20,186-20,259); William Robinson of Gravetye, the naturalist (Add Mss 20,179-20,185); and some musical and artistic papers of C.H.B. Jaques (Add Mss 20,473-20,479). The documents range in date from a lease of land in Kirdford in 1329 (Add Mss 20,494) to photographs of the White family of Ivy Cottage, Bignor in 1978
No index has been provided for this volume, as all the relevant details of this and all previous volumes, have been included in the card indexes of persons, places, manors and subjects which are to be found in the Search Room of the County and Diocesan Record Offices
Students are again asked to exercise care in quoting references and to use the form indicated in the introduction to the first volume
PATRICIA GILL
County Archivist
March 1979
CONTENTS
Add Mss 20,001-20,037 Records of the Goodwood Golf Club, 1892-1965
Add Mss 20,038-20,056 Records of the Loxwood House Estate, 1899-1912
Add Mss 20,057-20,071 Miscellaneous documents, mostly relating to the estate of Charles Payne of Watersfield, 1884-1957
Add Mss 20,072-20,074 Customers' Ledgers of Frederick Adames, wine and spirit merchant of 92 East Street, Chichester, 1902-1906
Add Mss 20,075-20,104 Miscellaneous Land Tax Assessments, 1911-1948
Add Mss 20,105-20,110 Deeds and Maps of various parishes, 1728-1845
Add Mss 20,111-20,112 Deed of land in Cuckfield, 1606
Add Mss 20,113-20,155 Records of the Eastgate Pharmacy, Chichester, 1858-1968
Add Mss 20,156-20,157 Rental, 1883-1932, and map, 1912, of various parishes
Add Mss 20,158-20,178 Records of the White family of Ivy Cottage, Bignor, 1860-1978
Add Mss 20,179-20,185 Miscellaneous papers of William Robinson, 1838-1935, naturalist, of Gravetye Manor, East Grinstead
Add Mss 20,186-20,259 The Dallaway Papers, 1663-1883
Add Mss 20,260-20,287 Deeds of 1-10 Alexandra Terrace, Chichester; 16-18 St. Pancras, Chichester; and property in Worth, 1764-1899
Add Mss 20,288-20,308 Miscellaneous deeds of Felpham, Selsey and Westbourne, 1830-1927
Add Mss 20,309-20,364 Records of the Manor of Rogate Bohunt, 1485-1923; and deeds of Fields and Hooks Lands in Billingshurst, 1630-1796; with maps, 1836-1893
Add Mss 20,365 Life Insurance Policy of Fitzjames Stuart MacGregor, 1857
Add Mss 20,366-20,371 Miscellaneous deeds of Ferring, Goring, Rustington and Yapton, 1780-1857
Add Mss 20,372-20,394 Miscellaneous items mostly relating to the White family of Ivy Cottage, Bignor, 1857-1966
Add Mss 20,395 Miscellaneous records of the Stone family of Capel, co. Surrey, and Horsham and Warnham, 1858-1945
Add Mss 20,396-20,398 Papers relating to the tenancy of Coultershaw Mill on the Petworth Estate, 1938-1975
Add Mss 20,399-20,412 Records relating to the Bennett family of Bosham and the Martin family of Worthing, 1839-1913
Add Mss 20,413-20,416 Miscellaneous testamentary records, 1862-1884
Add Mss 20,417-20,424 Title deeds relating to an estate at Billingshurst belonging to James Wilson of Gratwick House, 1822-1884
Add Mss 20,425-20,457 Title deeds and related papers concerning property at Prinsted in Westbourne, 1855-1958
Add Mss 20,458-20,459 Deeds of 326 Brighton Road, Shoreham, 1863
Add Mss 20,460-20,472 Deeds of 58 New Road, Shoreham, 1878-1896
Add Mss 20,473-20,479 Miscellaneous musical and artistic papers of Charles Henry Buxton Jaques
Add Mss 20,480-20,557 Miscellaneous deeds, 1329-1850, and pedigrees of the Bowyer, Buckton, Denton, Merrick and Peachey families
Add Mss 20,558-20,653 Deeds etc., of property in Maltravers Street and Tarrant Street in Arundel, 1678-1905
Add Mss 20,654 Registered deeds of property in Nevada, Arkansas, 1924
Add Mss 20,655-20,668 Deeds of 2 Western Road, Shoreham, 1873-1901
Add Mss 20,669-20,684 Deeds of 336 Brighton Road, Shoreham, 1863-1896
Add Mss 20,685-20,686 Deeds of Eastridge Farm in Cowfold, Bolney and Twineham, 1759
Add Mss 20,687-20,767 Title deeds of various properties in Rudgwick, Wisborough Green, and Cranley and Ewhurst in Surrey, 1681-1900
Add Mss 20,768-20,770 Miscellaneous deeds, 1830-1899
Add Mss 20,771-20,774 Printed records of James Longley and Co., Ltd., building contractors and joinery manufacturers of Crawley, 1945-1952
Add Mss 20,775-20,780 Ledgers and other records of King and Barns Ltd., of Horsham, brewers, wine and spirit merchants and mineral water manufacturers, 1843-1906
Add Mss 20,781-20,786 Miscellaneous probate and settlement papers, 1830-1920
Add Mss 20,787 Probate copy of will and codicils of Sybil Hurlock of Crawley, widow, 1881
Add Mss 20,788 Probate copy of will and codicil of Cecil Frances Grace Donne of Chichester, widow, 1931
Add Mss 20,789-20,790 Account Books of the West Grinstead and District Ploughing and Agricultural Society, 1957-1966
Add Mss 20,791 Miscellaneous notes, correspondence, etc., relating to Sussex Churches, from the collection of the Rt. Rev. Hugh Maudslay Hordern, Bishop of Lewes, 1929-1946
Add Mss 20,792-20,793 Glebe exchanges of land in Amberley and Parham, 1848, 1899
Add Mss 20,794-20,800 Miscellaneous records of the war effort in Harting, 1939-1945; and records of Harting Provident Club, 1901-1931
Add Mss 20,801-20,805 Documents relating to the Borough of Midhurst, 1432-1551
Add Mss 20,806-20,877 Documents relating to the Hamilton family and to their estates in Iping and Stedham, 1738-1948
Add Mss 20,878 Special Constable's Instruction Book, 1939
Add Mss 20,879-20,928 Papers relating to the Warnham Lodge Estate, 1891-1943
Add Mss 20,929-21,048 Records of Messrs. Lintott and Co., walking stick makers of Witley in Surrey, 1876-1968
Add Mss 21,049-21,088 Records of Richard William Hull, butcher, of High Street, Arundel, 1886-1900
Add Mss 21,089-21,100 Miscellaneous records of Framptons Nurseries Ltd., 1920-1962



Records of the Goodwood Golf Club  Add Mss 20,001 - 20,037  1892-1965

Source of acquisition: Deposited by W.R. Longwill Esq., Secretary of the Goodwood Golf Club, May 1978


Minute Book of Goodwood Golf Club  Add Mss 20,001  Jul. 1892 - Feb. 1901

Minute Book of Goodwood Golf Club  Add Mss 20,002  Mch. 1901 - Sep. 1913

Minute Book of Goodwood Golf Club  Add Mss 20,003  Oct. 1913 - Feb. 1926

Minute Book of Goodwood Golf Club  Add Mss 20,004  Feb. 1926 - Aug. 1940

Minute Book of Goodwood Golf Club  Add Mss 20,005  Sep. 1940 - Feb. 1949

Minute Book of Goodwood Golf Club  Add Mss 20,006  Jan. 1950 - Dec. 1956

Minute Book of Greens Committee  Add Mss 20,007  Oct. 1949 - Nov. 1956

Candidates for Election: Candidates Book  Add Mss 20,008  Mch. 1915 - Jun. 1922

Candidates for Election: Candidates Book  Add Mss 20,009  Feb. 1929 - Dec. 1931

Candidates for Election: Candidates Book  Add Mss 20,010  Jan. 1932 - Jun. 1935

Candidates for Election: Candidates Book  Add Mss 20,011  Jul. 1935 - Dec. 1939

Candidates for Election: Candidates Book  Add Mss 20,012  Jan. 1940 - Aug. 1944

Register of Visitors  Add Mss 20,013  Sep. 1938 - Aug. 1939

Register of Visitors  Add Mss 20,014  Sep. 1962 - Apr. 1965

Competition Book  Add Mss 20,015  Mch. 1913 - Jun. 1926

Competition Book  Add Mss 20,016  Apr. 1926 - Oct. 1932

Competition Book  Add Mss 20,017  Sep. 1937 - Oct. 1956

Competition Book  Add Mss 20,018  Apr. 1957 - Mch. 1961

Register of Press Cuttings  Add Mss 20,019  1957

Register of Handicaps  Add Mss 20,020  c. 1951

Wages Book  Add Mss 20,021  1939-1946

Register of Members  Add Mss 20,022  1913-1922

Register of Members  Add Mss 20,023  1923-1930

Register of Members  Add Mss 20,024  1931-1934

Register of Members  Add Mss 20,025  1938-1943

Register of Members  Add Mss 20,026  1939-1944

Register of Members  Add Mss 20,027  nd

Register of Members  Add Mss 20,028  nd

Register of Members  Add Mss 20,029  nd

Register of Temporary Members  Add Mss 20,030  Aug. 1946 - July 1947

Register of Temporary Members  Add Mss 20,031  Jan. 1946 - Aug. 1946

Correspondence  Add Mss 20,032  1914-1919

1 bdl

Bills and Accounts  Add Mss 20,033-20,037  20th century

5 bdls

Records of the Loxwood House Estate  Add Mss 20,038 - 20,056  1899-1912

Source of acquisition: Deposited by A.R.S. Hodgson Esq. of Compton, nr. Guildford, Surrey, in June 1978


Records relating to the purchase of the estate  [no ref. or date]

Copy correspondence of Messrs. Budd, Johnsons, and Jecks, 24 Austin Friars, London, solicitors  Add Mss 20,038  10 February - 20 June 1899

1 file, 24 ff

Contents:
Concerning the purchase of the Loxwood Estate by Walter George King and the enfranchisement of copyhold land

Statements of accounts relating to the purchase of the "Songhurst Estate" at Loxwood by Walter George King from the executors of Mr. Hollis  Add Mss 20,039  1901-1902

5 docs

Records relating to building work at Loxwood  [no ref. or date]

Copy agreement and schedule of conditions of building contract  Add Mss 20,040  27 August 1902

6 ff

Contents:
Between Walter George King, 32 Cornwall Gardens, London, and James Longley and Co., Crawley, builders, for alterations and additions to be made to Loxwood House

Certificated receipts of James Longley and Co. for work done and materials supplied in alterations and additions to Loxwood House  Add Mss 20,041  10 December 1902 - 28 May 1904

6 docs

Copy specification of works  Add Mss 20,042  February 1903

24 ff

Contents:
Required to be done in the erection of stables at Loxwood House for W.G. King Esq., according to drawings supplied by Messrs. Frederick Wheeler and Lodge, Bank Chambers, Carfax, Horsham, architects

Variations on contract  Add Mss 20,043  April 1904

3 files, 27 ff

Contents:
Statements and accounts of additional building work done at Loxwood House, stables, and lodge, drawn up by Frederick Wheeler Esq., F.R.I.B.A., 6 Staple Inn, London, and Bank Chambers, Carfax, Horsham

Estate, Farm, and House Accounts  [no ref. or date]

Loxwood Estate. Miscellaneous accounts and vouchers mostly with local tradesmen  Add Mss 20,044  1899-1906

238 docs

Loxwood Farm. Miscellaneous farm accounts and vouchers  Add Mss 20,045  1901-1904

123 docs

Loxwood House. Miscellaneous house and household accounts and vouchers, including some for building work  Add Mss 20,046  1902-1906

190 docs

Statements of half-yearly accounts between Messrs. King and Chasemore, Bishopric, Horsham, land agents, and Walter George King  Add Mss 20,047  1901-1904

17 ff

Contents:
Separate accounts for Estate, House, Shooting, Gardens, and Farm. Incomplete series

Servants Wages. Account book recording wages, allowances in kind, livery, duties, previous employment, etc  Add Mss 20,048  1904-1905

1 vol., 10 ff. used

Contents:
Encloses: correspondence and memoranda (2 docs.). Lists "Christmas Boxes" paid to local trades and service people on last page

Estate correspondence  [no ref. or date]

Correspondence of Walter George King and Mrs. King, his widow  Add Mss 20,049  14 May 1900 - 2 April 1906

97 letters

Contents:
Mainly with Messrs. King and Chasemore, land agents, and Messrs. Budd, Johnsons, and Jecks, solicitors, concerning the general management of the Loxwood Estate, the purchase and enfranchisement of land, and the eventual sale of the property after Mr. King's death in 1905

Records relating to the sale of the estate  [no ref. or date]

Statements of account relating to the sale of the Loxwood Estate by Mrs. King, including schedules of purchase prices for individual lots  Add Mss 20,050  1905-1906

6 docs

Executorship papers  [no ref. or date]

Third Report of the Executors and Trustees of Walter George King, deceased, with accounts made up to 14 November 1907  Add Mss 20,051  1908

1 file, 19 ff

Fourth Report...., with accounts made up to 24 June 1908  Add Mss 20,052  1909

1 file, 22 ff

Draft of Add Mss 20,052  Add Mss 20,053  1909

1 file, 22 ff

Fifth Report...., with accounts made up to 31 December 1909  Add Mss 20,054  1910

1 file, 20 ff

Copy of Add Mss 20,054  Add Mss 20,055  1910

1 file, 20 ff

Seventh Report...., with accounts made up to 31 December 1911  Add Mss 20,056  1912

1 file, 14 ff

Miscellaneous documents, mostly relating to the estate of Charles Payne of Watersfield (d. 1927)  Add Mss 20,057 - 20,071  1884-1957

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. Weeks, Legg and Dean, Solicitors, Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, per the East Sussex County Records Officer, May 1978


Sale Particulars of the Ashurst House Estate (187a.) in Coldwaltham and Watersfield  Add Mss 20,057, 20,058  1895

Contents:
Including Ashurst House, Ashurst Farm (38a.), Colebrooks Farm (8a.) and Watts Farm (16a.), all in Coldwaltham, 2 copies, endorsed with notes of purchase of lots 13 and 19 by Charles Payne of Watersfield

Requisitions on the title of lots 13 and 19 above  Add Mss 20,059  1895

Papers relating to property in Orme Road, Worthing, purchased by the said Charles Payne. Orme Road was built c. 1880 on the E. part of the grounds of a house called Brooklands  [no ref. or date]

Abstracts of title from 1865 of George Thomas Congreve of Coombe Lodge, Peckham, Surrey, esq., to "Brooklands", Worthing. Include plans  Add Mss 20,060, 20,061  1884

Conveyance for £50 from Congreve to Oswald Moore of Worthing, carpenter  Add Mss 20,062  8 February 1884

Contents:
Two messuages built by the said Oswald Moore on the N. side of Orme Road
Covenants inter alia to pay a share of the maintenance of the road and drains, and not to trade as a hotelkeeper, publican or licensed victualler upon the premises
Includes plan

Mortgage of the above property for £225 from Moore to Littlehampton Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society  Add Mss 20,063  13 February 1884

Contents:
Endorsed with receipt for all money due, 3 February 1890

Abstract from 1884 of Moore's title to the above premises  Add Mss 20,064  1890

Abstract of title of Richard Lightfoot Hollands of Worthing, builder, to ten adjoining messuages built by him on the S. side of Orme Road  Add Mss 20,065  April 1885

Contents:
Includes plans

Mortgage of the above property for £1007 2s. 5d. from Hollands to the Brighton and Shoreham Building Society  Add Mss 20,066  17 April 1885

Abstracts of the title from 1865 of the said Society to the above property  Add Mss 20,067, 20,068  1892

Contents:
Include plans

Copy conveyance for £1100 of the above property, now called nos. 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 41 Orme Road, to Charles Payne of Watersfield, Pulborough, shopkeeper  Add Mss 20,069  12 September 1892

Correspondence etc. concerning the estate of Charles Payne, decd  Add Mss 20,070  1925-1927

4 docs

Agreement for tenancy of 1½a. of Woodleigh Nursery, Burgess Hill  Add Mss 20,071  28 August 1957

Contents:
Includes plan

Customers' Ledgers of Frederick Adames, wine and spirit merchant, 92 East Street, Chichester  Add Mss 20,072 - 20,074  1902-1906

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Chichester District Council, 21 July 1978


Contents:
These volumes are totally anonymous in content, but have been identified from a loose paper preserved in Add Mss 20,073

"Town Ledger"  Add Mss 20,072  1902-1906

"Country Ledger"  Add Mss 20,073  1902-1906

"Publicans Ledger"  Add Mss 20,074  1902-1906

Miscellaneous Land Tax assessments  Add Mss 20,075 - 20,104  1911 - 1948

Source of acquisition: Deposited in the East Sussex Record Office by H.M. Inspector of Taxes, Brighton, December 1963 [D 589], and transferred to the West Sussex Record Office in May 1978


Albourne: 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,075  1923-1948

Ardingly  Add Mss 20,076  1936-1948

Balcombe: 1911, 1914, 1918, 1936-1948  Add Mss 20,077  1911-1948

Beeding [Upper]: 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,078  1923-1948

Bolney: 1911, 1914, 1918, 1923-1925, 1936-1948  Add Mss 20,079  1911-1948

Botolphs: 1918, 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,080  1918-1948

Clayton  Add Mss 20,081  1946-1948

Coombs: 1918, 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,082  1918-1948

Crawley: 1911, 1914, 1918  Add Mss 20,083  1911-1918

Cuckfield: 1914, 1923-1925, 1936-1948  Add Mss 20,084  1914-1948

Edburton: 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,085  1923-1948

Fulking: 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,086  1923-1948

Henfield: 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,087  1923-1948

West Hoathly: 1911, 1914, 1936-1948  Add Mss 20,088  1911-1948

Hurstpierpoint  Add Mss 20,089  1936-1948

Keymer  Add Mss 20,090  1936-1948

Kingston-by-Sea: 1918, 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,091  1918-1948

Lancing: 1918, 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,092  1918-1948

Newtimber  Add Mss 20,093  1936-1948

Poynings  Add Mss 20,094  1936-1948

Pyecombe  Add Mss 20,095  1936-1948

New Shoreham: 1918, 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,096  1918-1948

Old Shoreham: 1918, 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,097  1918-1948

Slaugham: 1914, 1918, 1936-1948  Add Mss 20,098  1914-1948

Southwick: 1918, 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,099  1918-1948

Steyning: 1918, 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,100  1918-1948

Twineham: 1911, 1914, 1918, 1923-1925, 1936-1948  Add Mss 20,101  1911-1948

Wiston: 1918, 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,102  1918-1948

Woodmancote: 1923-1925, 1946-1948  Add Mss 20,103  1923-1948

Worth: 1911, 1914, 1918, 1936-1948  Add Mss 20,104  1911-1948

Deeds and maps, various parishes  Add Mss 20,105 - 20,110  1728-1845

Archival history:
The original references of these documents are shown in the following table
WSRO Add Mss ESRO Add Mss
20,105, 20,106 5496 a, b
20,107 3435
20,108 3437
20,109 3443
20,110 3444

Source of acquisition: Add Mss 20,105 and 20,106 were deposited in the East Sussex Record Office by Hove Public Library in August 1966, [D 764]
Add Mss 20,107-20,110 were deposited in the East Sussex Record Office by Powell & Co., 79 High Street, Lewes, in December 1950, [D 18]
All the above were transferred to the West Sussex Record Office in June 1978


Conveyance (lease and release) in consideration of £310  Add Mss 20,105, 20,106  26,27 September 1728

Contents:
From Mabel Attree of Keymer, widow and relict of John Attree of Keymer, decd., and Thomas Attree of Wivelsfield, gent., nephew and heir of the said John and Mabel, to Abraham Adams of Enfield, co. Middx., esq
Messuage, barn, and stable, and Brooklands, Birchets and Geerscrofts (200a. total) in Keymer, late in occ. of the said Mabel Attree and of her son Isaac, now decd

NEW SHOREHAM  Add Mss 20,107  1829

Copies information: Another copy is W.S.R.O., Add Mss 2208, and another copy is Petworth House Archives 3269


Contents:
A Survey of Shoreham Harbour. By Lieut Sheringham, R.N. and Mr. M. Walker. 5 15/16 in. to 1 nautical mile (6080 ft.). 12 x 22
Printed map covering the area from the mouth of the River Adur to Portslade. Shows New Salts [farm]; High Light House, Old Shoreham, Portslade and Copperas Gap windmills, and Old and New Shoreham, Southwick and Portslade churches, all in elevation; Old Shoreham bridge, Buckingham and Portslade Houses, embankments, oyster beds, sluices, bonding ponds, building slips, Custom House and Custom Home quay, Preventive Service watch houses, docks and dolphins. Street plan of New Shoreham

LYMINSTER  Add Mss 20,108  1836

Contents:
Plan of an Estate called "Court Wick" belonging to Hugh Wyatt Esqe
Surveyed by Henry Salter of Arundel. 26.6 in. to 1 m
49 x 28
507a. in S. of Lyminster, now the centre of the present parish of Wick. Field-names; names of adjacent owners. State of cultivation indicated by colour. Shows private footpath and bridges across dykes

NEW SHOREHAM  Add Mss 20,109  1844

Contents:
New Shoreham Harbour surveyed by order of the Commissioners, by S. Sanders, Harbour Master. London. Published as the Act directs, January 1st 1844, by Charles Wilson (late I.W. Norie & Wilson) at the Navigation Warehouse and Naval Academy, No 157, Leadenhall Street. 10 in. to 1 m. 24 x 39
Covers the area from the mouth of the River Adur to Portslade station

EAST GRINSTEAD  Add Mss 20,110  1845

Contents:
Plan of the Thornhill Estate. William Figg, Lewes
16 in. to 1 m. 21 x 30
344a. in N.W. of the present parish of Forest Row with a small area in N.E. of parish adjacent to Cansiron. Field-names; names of adjacent owners or properties. State of cultivation indicated by colour. Lay-out of gardens at Thornhill, Great Surreys and Woodys

Deed of land in Cuckfield adjoining Haywards Heath  Add Mss 20,111 - 20,112  1606

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mid-Sussex District Council, March 1978


Conveyance (bargain and sale), in consideration of £60, from Gerard Bridger of Cuckfield, yeo., to Edward Davyes of Keymer, yeo.; with related bond  Add Mss 20,111, 20,112  11 April 1606

Contents:
Messuage, barn and land (8a. total), called Stanfordes, in Cuckfield in occ. of John Gatlande, adjoining S. the lands called Great Heyworthes of Nicholas Hardam and sometime of John Robert, W. lands once of John Vynall, and N. and E. the common called Heyworthes Hothe [sic]

Records of the Eastgate Pharmacy, Chichester  Add Mss 20,113 - 20,155  1858-1968

Source of acquisition: Deposited by G.F. Bevis Esq., 20 January 1978


Administrative history:
The Eastgate Pharmacy was started by Robert Wright in 1858. In 1863 it was sold to Edward Baker, and in 1871 he was succeeded by Samuel Baker. In 1910 George Bevis purchased the business, and since 1938 it has been carried on by his son George Bevis, the present owner
Mr. Bevis still has a prescription book, 1863-1904, kept by Edward Baker, and an inventory of the stock in the shop in about 1875

Prescription Book  Add Mss 20,113  January 1905 - June 1947

Prescription Book  Add Mss 20,114  December 1927 - March 1929

Prescription Book  Add Mss 20,115  April 1929 - August 1930

Prescription Book  Add Mss 20,116  August 1930 - March 1932

Prescription Book  Add Mss 20,117  March 1932 - January 1934

Prescription Book  Add Mss 20,118  January 1934 - March 1935

Prescription Book  Add Mss 20,119  March 1935 - November 1936

Prescription Book (Dr. A.H. Bostock's prescriptions)  Add Mss 20,120  December 1918 - December 1919

Prescription Book (Dr. A.H. Bostock's prescriptions)  Add Mss 20,121  December 1919 - July 1920

Prescription Book (Dr. A.H. Bostock's prescriptions)  Add Mss 20,122  July 1920 - March 1921

Prescription Book (Dr. A.H. Bostock's prescriptions)  Add Mss 20,123  March 1921 - July 1924

Prescription Book (Dr. A.H. Bostock's prescriptions)  Add Mss 20,124  July 1924 - January 1927

Prescription Book (Dr. A.H. Bostock's prescriptions)  Add Mss 20,125  January - October 1927

Contents:
This volume also contains National Health Insurance prescriptions, August 1920 - March 1924

Customers' Ledger  Add Mss 20,126  1935-1945

Customers' Ledger  Add Mss 20,127  1941-1952

Retail Sales Day Book  Add Mss 20,128  March 1936 - December 1938

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,129  January - December 1904

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,130  January - December 1905

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,131  January - December 1906

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,132  January - December 1907

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,133  April 1910 - March 1911

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,134  April 1911 - March 1912

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,135  April 1912 - March 1913

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,136  April 1913 - March 1914

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,137  April 1914 - March 1915

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,138  April 1915 - March 1916

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,139  April 1916 - March 1917

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,140  April 1917 - March 1918

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,141  April 1918 - March 1919

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,142  April 1919 - March 1920

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,143  April 1920 - March 1921

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,144  April 1921 - March 1922

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,145  April 1926 - March 1927

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,146  April 1931 - March 1932

General Account Book  Add Mss 20,147  April 1936 - March 1937

Advertisement for Dandelion and Rhubarb Pills, prepared by Baker and Son  Add Mss 20,148  c. 1880

1 doc

Correspondence, certificates etc. concerning the registration of trade marks by the Pharmacy  Add Mss 20,149  1884-1912

1 bdl

Formula book for preparations, medicines, etc  Add Mss 20,150  c. 1900

Contents:
The formulae are pasted into a Sales Day Book, 1879-1880, and the book has also been used as an address book and as a scrapbook for leaflets, official circulars and odd correspondence

Notice of the Annual General Meeting of Chichester and West Sussex Horticultural Society, with General Account for 1912  Add Mss 20,151  1913

1 doc

Lease for 14 years from Samuel Baker to George Bevis of the house and shop known as no. 15 Eastgate, Chichester  Add Mss 20,152  29 March 1913

Inventories of stock  Add Mss 20,153  April 1919 - April 1921

1 vol

List of recipients of advertisements, preparations, circulars, etc  Add Mss 20,154  c. 1920

1 vol

A Collection of Labels used at the Eastgate Pharmacy, Chichester, 1858-1968, with some Formulae and annotations, by C. Searle  Add Mss 20,155  1968

1 vol

Rental, 1883-1932, and map, 1912  Add Mss 20,156 - 20,157  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: Deposited by the Archivist to the Mercers' Company, London, August 1978


"Rental of an Estate in the Parishes of Ashurst, Henfield, Horsham, and Nuthurst, belonging to the Trustees of Col. Charles Bridger" [of Adur Lodge, Shoreham, decd.]  Add Mss 20,156  1883-1912

Contents:
This volume has also been used as a rental for the Horsham Allotment Gardens, Clarence Road, 1910-1932

Various sheets of the 1912 ed. 6" Ordnance Survey mounted to show the area around Tilgate and Balcombe Forests  Add Mss 20,157  1912

Contents:
Various pieces of land have been coloured, and bear dates between 1867 and 1930 together with four-figure reference numbers. These do not relate to tithe or Land Tax, and their meaning remains obscure. The lands so marked were never part of one estate

Records of the White family of Ivy Cottage, Bignor  Add Mss 20,158 - 20,178  c. 1860-1978

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mrs. N. Wheeler, Lovat Glen, East Dean, near Chichester, in August 1978


Sutton and Bignor C.E. School. Certificate awarded by Diocesan Inspector to Minnie Upperton (aged 8 years) for her successful examination in religious subjects  Add Mss 20,158  14 November 1882

Ancient Order of Foresters Friendly Society. Certificate of enrollment of Albert Ernest White  Add Mss 20,159  1 March 1886

Christmas card, with photograph of sailing vessel (registration LT 1) entering harbour, addressed to 'Bert and Minnie', (Albert and Minnie White)  Add Mss 20,160  n.d. [c. 1900]

Sutton and Bignor C.E. School  Add Mss 20,161  22 July 1909 - 1 July 1915

5 docs

Contents:
Certificates awarded by Diocesan Inspector to Winifred White (daughter of Albert and Minnie White) for her successful examinations in religious knowledge

St. George's Club. Certificate of enrollment of Winifred White as member of St. George's Club - to help the weak, poor, and aged  Add Mss 20,162  n.d. [c. 1910]

Sutton and Bignor C.E. School  Add Mss 20,163  n.d. [c. 1910-1915]

9 docs

Contents:
Illustrated cards, showing castles and scenic views in England, presented by the West Sussex Education Committee to Winifred White for good attendance at school

Sutton Girls Friendly Society. Certificate of enrollment of Winifred White  Add Mss 20,164  31 May 1911

Sutton and Bignor C.E. School. Illustrated cards, with scriptural texts, awarded by the headmistress to Winifred White for good work at school  Add Mss 20,165  July 1911 - July 1915

3 docs

Certificate for presentation for confirmation at Bury Church of Winifred White (aged 13 years) on 22 June 1914  Add Mss 20,166  1914

Jockey Club. 'Patriotic' perfume sachet sold by children of Sutton and Bignor C.E. School to purchase materials for sandbags  Add Mss 20,167  n.d. [1914-1918]

Overseas Club  Add Mss 20,168  24 May 1915

Contents:
Certificate presented to Winifred White on Empire Day for helping to send "comfort and happiness to the brave sailors and soldiers of the British Empire" in the First World War

Church Army Van Mission. Memorial card of Caroline White, sister of Albert White, in remembrance of blessings received and resolutions made during the Mission  Add Mss 20,169  25 October 1933

Sunday School stamp album and lesson cards  Add Mss 20,170  n.d

3 docs

Photographs mostly of members of the White family including Winifred White, her parents Albert and Minnie White, and her grand-parents  Add Mss 20,171  c. 1880-1978

15 photographs

Contents:
Also of Mrs. [Edmund] Currie of West Burton House and of Nurse Jones, a district nurse

Family photographs - unidentified  Add Mss 20,172  c. 1860-1918

13 photographs

Photograph of West Burton House  Add Mss 20,173  c. 1880

2 copies

Photograph of Hurst House (possibly Sedlescombe)  Add Mss 20,174  September 1891

Post card of Ivy Cottage and Corner Cottage, Bignor  Add Mss 20,175  Post-1911

Photographs of unidentified buildings  Add Mss 20,176  c. 1880-1900

3 photographs

Miscellaneous papers of other families  [no ref. or date]

Memorial card for Harriett, widow of William Francis of Sutton, (1840-1907)  Add Mss 20,177  May 1907

Prayer card, with photograph, for the soul of Annie Stone of Arundel, (1869-1932)  Add Mss 20,178  March 1932

Miscellaneous papers of William Robinson (1838-1935), naturalist, of Gravetye Manor, East Grinstead  Add Mss 20,179 - 20,185  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: Deposited in the East Sussex Record Office, July 1971, by Mr. K.D. James of Hethersett, Norfolk, and transferred to the West Sussex Record Office, May 1974. [Acc. 3825. D.1378]


Miscellaneous letters to William Robinson, with other papers including draft book reviews, a draft note on the history of Gravetye etc  Add Mss 20,179  nd

9 items

Letters to William Robinson on his 95th birthday  Add Mss 20,180  1933

39 items

Letters to Miss Gilpin on the death of William Robinson  Add Mss 20,181  1935

97 items

Miscellaneous press cuttings concerning William Robinson and his books  Add Mss 20,182  nd

Photographs of William Robinson, his family and his friends  Add Mss 20,183  nd

23 items

Photographs etc. mostly of Gravetye, East Grinstead, and of flowers  Add Mss 20,184  nd

158 items

Miscellaneous printed material, including The Garden, 29 December 1877, and 17 December 1927; and Gardening Illustrated, 17 June 1916 and 25 May 1935  Add Mss 20,185  1877-1935

The Dallaway Papers  Add Mss 20,186 - 20,259  1663-1883

Source of acquisition: Purchased by the West Sussex Archives Society from Frank Hammond Ltd., March 1974, and presented to the Record Office, June 1974


Contents:
The papers contained in this collection, mainly dating from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, are chiefly the family papers of Sankey Gardner and his wife Sophia (née Best), who were married in 1837
Sankey Gardner was an iron merchant at Neath in Glamorgan, and his wife's family were wine merchants in London. The family was related by marriage to that of James Dallaway

The Constantinople Letters. Letters from James Dallaway to his family, while physician and chaplain to Sir Robert Liston's Embassy in Constantinople  Add Mss 20,186  1794-1796

James Dallaway to Martha Best, Ostend, 25 Mch. 1794  Add Mss 20,186/1  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Martha Best, Vienna, 12 Apr. 1794  Add Mss 20,186/2  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Martha Best, Smyrna, 25 Sep. 1794  Add Mss 20,186/3  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Martha Best, Pera, 7 Dec. 1794  Add Mss 20,186/4  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Martha Best, Belgrade, 11 May 1795  Add Mss 20,186/5  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Martha Best, Belgrade, 24 Jun. 1795  Add Mss 20,186/6  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Martha Best, Pera, 20 Sep. 1795  Add Mss 20,186/7  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Martha Best, Leghorn, 30 Jan. 1796  Add Mss 20,186/8  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Martha Best, Rome, 4 Mch. 1796  Add Mss 20,186/9  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Martha Best, Rome, 30 Mch. 1796  Add Mss 20,186/10  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Richard Best, Pera, 22 May 1794  Add Mss 20,186/11  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Richard Tuckwell, Pera, 26 Dec. 1794  Add Mss 20,186/12  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Richard Tuckwell, Pera, 24 Sep. 1795  Add Mss 20,186/13  [n.d.]

James Dallaway to Richard Tuckwell, Rome, 19 Mch. 1796  Add Mss 20,186/14  [n.d.]

Commonplace Book compiled by James Dallaway of Bisley, co. Gloucs., for his son, James Dallaway  Add Mss 20,187  nd

Commonplace Books compiled by James Dallaway for Catherine A. Best  Add Mss 20,188, 20,189  1788 and 1800

Manuscript copy in two volumes of a work by James Dallaway:- A Map of Ermine Street  Add Mss 20,190  1772

Manuscript copy in two volumes of a work by James Dallaway:- Familiar Letters, vol. 2  Add Mss 20,191  1762

Manuscript copy in two volumes of a work by James Dallaway:- To My Son James Dallaway  Add Mss 20,192  n.d

Dallaway family letters  Add Mss 20,193  1795-1883

11

Contents:
Including two letters from James Dallaway

James Dallaway's Bible, with genealogical notes  Add Mss 20,194  nd

Manuscript Diary by an unidentified member of the Dallaway household  Add Mss 20,195  1789-1816

Correspondence between Sophia Gardner (née Best) and Sankey Gardner  Add Mss 20,196  1837-1864

76 letters

Letters to Sophia and Sankey Gardner from Harriett Ellen and J.F. Clement  Add Mss 20,197  1836-1862

36 letters

Letters to Sophia and Sankey Gardner from Mary Gardner  Add Mss 20,198  1834-1861

13 letters

Letters mostly to Sophia and Sankey Gardner from Amelia Morton (nee Gardner) and her children  Add Mss 20,199  1835-1874

72 letters

Letters to Sophia and Sankey Gardner from Elizabeth, Richard and Sarah Howell  Add Mss 20,200  1837, 1866-1869

10 letters

Letters to Sophia and Sankey Gardner mostly from the Roberts and Gardner families  Add Mss 20,201  1872-1880

25 letters

Miscellaneous letters to Sophia and Sankey Gardner  Add Mss 20,202  1828-1880

20 letters

Miscellaneous letters to Sankey Gardner's family  Add Mss 20,203  1864-1928

10 letters

Letters to Sophia Best (later Gardner) from Clarence Saunders  Add Mss 20,204  1828-1840

21 letters

Letters to George and Edward Best from Joseph and Samuel Renard  Add Mss 20,204A  1834-1840

Letters mostly to George and Edward Best from Rev. and Mrs. S. Abraham and R.T. Abraham  Add Mss 20,205  1808-1883

18 letters

Miscellaneous letters to George and Edward Best  Add Mss 20,206  1825-1846

7 letters

Miscellaneous letters undated and unidentified  Add Mss 20,207  nd

8 letters

Family wills and associated papers  Add Mss 20,208  1663-1862

Contents:
Includes the wills of James Gardner, 1663; Richard Tuckwell, 1797; Richard Best, 1799; Henry Bagshaw, 1803; Susannah Peach, 1812; Sarah Best, 1839; Catherine Best, 1837; George Best, 1838; Martha Best, 1839; James Best, 1839; Mary Best, 1839; Samuel Best, 1850; Sophia Gardner, 1850; Mary Goodenough Best, 1861; and Edward Best, 1862

Correspondence and other papers relating to the Marriage Settlement of Sophia Best and Sankey Gardner  Add Mss 20,209  1857-1877

57 items

Business Papers of George and Richard Best, chiefly concerning the dissolution of their partnership as wine merchants at Greenwich  Add Mss 20,210  nd

Miscellaneous bills, accounts and letters  Add Mss 20,211  nd

Miscellaneous naval papers  Add Mss 20,212  1793-1815

Contents:
Including a Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon on the 'Calypso', 1793; copy of certificates of Lieutenant Charles Jefferies, 1815; and a testimonial to Captain Ralph Willett Miller, n.d

Manuscript of 'Short Tales', written by various members of the Gardner family  Add Mss 20,213  c. 1861

Copies of letters to his children from the Rev. Charles Edwyn Gardner  Add Mss 20,214  1874

Contents:
Describing a journey in Canada and the United States of America. The volume was also used for genealogical notes and pedigrees

Chancery of the Great Sessions of Glamorgan, Brecon and Radnor  Add Mss 20,215  1725

Copy Book of Sankey Gardner at Abergavennay School  Add Mss 20,216  December 1814

Diary of Clement S. Best Gardner  Add Mss 20,217  Aug. 1871 - Sep. 1872

Alfred S..Gardner, Sankey Pedigrees  Add Mss 20,218-20,225  1880

Contents:
With countless manuscript emendations and additions from the notes of C.S. Gardner, with 7 paperback copies

Manuscript genealogical notebook of Clement S. Best Gardner  Add Mss 20,226  nd

The Genealogist, vol. 2, nos. 12, 13, 20  Add Mss 20,227-20,229  1877-1878

Manuscript genealogical notebook of Charles Edwyn Gardner  Add Mss 20,230  nd

Manuscript index to Charles Edwyn Gardner's Genealogical Diary  Add Mss 20,231  nd

Genealogies of the Dallaway Family  Add Mss 20,232  c. 1870

Manuscript List of Counties of England, with the seats and names of persons mentioned in the Gardner Family Archives  Add Mss 20,233  nd

Manuscript Sankey Pedigree made for Charles Edwyn Gardner by Georgina Minna Gardner  Add Mss 20,234  1807

Genealogical correspondence of the Noble family, especially Rev. Robert Noble to C.E. Gardner  Add Mss 20,235  1866-1867

Genealogical correspondence of the Clement, Grane, Mount and Richards families  Add Mss 20,236  1867-1868

Genealogical correspondence of the Gough, Dallaway and Beddome families, mostly from Maria Dallaway  Add Mss 20,237  1867-1879

Genealogical correspondence of the Sankey family, particularly relating to Sankey Pedigrees  Add Mss 20,238  1867-1881

Genealogical correspondence of the Haines, Best and Renard families  Add Mss 20,239  1861-1869

Genealogical correspondence of the Abraham, Lloyd, Papworth, Tuckwell and Woodward families  Add Mss 20,240  1866-1868

Genealogical correspondence of the Ashwin, Baldwyn, Bird, Sharpe, Timbrell and Tombs families  Add Mss 20,241  1869-1880

Genealogical correspondence of the Wathen, Boutflower, Paul, Peach and Webb families  Add Mss 20,242  1866-1868

Genealogical correspondence of the Pound family, mostly from Mrs. Charlotte Pound  Add Mss 20,243  1879-1880

Genealogical correspondence of the Gardner, Walkinghame and Morton families  Add Mss 20,244  1866-1883

Miscellaneous genealogical correspondence and associated papers  Add Mss 20,245  nd

Studio portraits of the Gardner and Best families  Add Mss 20,246  c. 1870-1900

Unnamed silhouettes of friends of the Best family  Add Mss 20,247  nd

Unidentified glass negatives  Add Mss 20,248  nd

Sketches and watercolours by members of the family  Add Mss 20,249  nd

A large collection of miscellaneous photographs  Add Mss 20,250  nd

An album of photographic negatives  Add Mss 20,251  c. 1900

Postcards mostly of New York, Singapore and the Dutch East Indies  Add Mss 20,252  c. 1900

The Text Book of Freemasonry  Add Mss 20,253  1870

Contents:
With the bookplate of Clement S. Best Gardner

The Book of Common Prayer  Add Mss 20,254  c. 1860

Contents:
With the bookplate of Sankey Gardner

The Book of Common Prayer  Add Mss 20,255  1856

The Book of Common Prayer  Add Mss 20,256  1860

A collection of programmes of musical concerts, usually featuring Miss Edith Thomas, soprano  Add Mss 20,257  c. 1900

Miscellaneous papers, including family visiting cards, locks of their hair, a passport, and an Annual Report of the Neath Philosophical Society  Add Mss 20,258  nd

Miscellaneous brass plates of the Gardner family  Add Mss 20,259  nd

Deeds of Nos. 1-10 Alexandra Terrace, Chichester; 16-18 St. Pancras, Chichester; and property in Worth  Add Mss 20,260 - 20,287  1764-1899

Archival history:
Transferred from the Modern Records Centre, Tangmere, September 1978
Formerly WD 6032 and D 7156

St Pancras deeds  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Tenement in St. Pancras with a garden adjoining the Lighten Stile, abutting S. on highway, N. on Michaelmas Fair Field; in 1764 John Wolfe sold off part of the property, being 83ft. from N. to S., and in width 29ft. at S., and 23ft. 6in. at N. This half of the property was described as 1-7 Petars Terrace, Sweepers Lane in 1885, though only five of the houses were standing in 1823. The original part of the property had four tenements built on it by 1829, and by 1875 it was eight tenements of which two were let as stores; eventually it was described as 16-18 St. Pancras, and 1-3 Alexandra Terrace

Deed to lead the uses of a fine  Add Mss 20,260  13 March 1764

Contents:
Between (a) William Webber of Chichester, clerk, and Ann his wife, (b) Thomas Knowles of St. Pancras, Chichester, yeo., and Mary his wife, (c) Charles Webber of Chichester, esq., and (d) John Voller of East Lavant, servingman

Mortgage (demise for 1000 years) for £80, with bond of even date  Add Mss 20,261, 20,262  25 August 1787

Contents:
From (a) Edward Nash of Yapton, husbandman, and Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of Thomas Voller, late of Yapton, husbandman, dec'd., bro. and heir of John Voller of East Lavant, servingman, dec'd., to (b) Richard Mason of Chichester, blacksmith and farrier

Deed to lead the uses of a fine, between (a) Edward Nash of Yapton and Elizabeth his wife, and (b) Edward Brown of Petworth, gent  Add Mss 20,263  31 October 1787

Deed of Appointment, by which Edward Nash makes his wife Elizabeth and Charlotte, wife of Thomas Perry, tenants in common of the property  Add Mss 20,264  2 January 1797

Assignment of residue of mortgage term, for £300  Add Mss 20,265  8 February 1797

Contents:
From (a) Edward Nash of Yapton, cordwainer, and (b) James Mitchell of Heene, mariner, and Elizabeth his wife; George Nash of Climping, cordwainer; and Thomas Perry of Bersted, yeo. and Charlotte his wife, to (c) John Scardevile of Funtington, yeo

Covenant for the production of title deeds, from (a) James Wolfe of St. Pancras, bricklayer, to (b) Robert Windsor of St. Pancras, cordwainer. Schedule of deeds recites from 6 October 1684  Add Mss 20,266  23 June 1810

Conveyance (lease and release) in consideration of £95  Add Mss 20,267, 20,268  31 January, 1 February 1817

Contents:
From (a) John Wolfe of St. Pancras, bricklayer, to (b) John Turner of St. Pancras, chair maker and Joseph Collick of St. Pancras, tailor, his trustee, by which the property was divided

Assignment of residue of mortgage term, in consideration of £250  Add Mss 20,269  3 February 1823

Contents:
From (a) John Turner of St. Pancras, grocer, and Joseph Collick, and (b) the said Joseph Collick to (c) George Sedgewick Wilmot of Chichester, gent

Mortgage (lease and release) for £350  Add Mss 20,270, 20,271  23, 24 October 1826

Contents:
From (a) John Turner, (b) Joseph Collick, and (c) George Sedgewick Wilmot, to (d) Fanny Petar, wife of Edward Tooth Petar of Petworth, gent., (e) Mary Richardson of Chichester, spinster, (f) Thomas Rhoades of Chichester, gent., and (g) Richard Fuller, jun., of Chichester, gent

Assignment of residue of mortgage term, in consideration of £415  Add Mss 20,272  30 March 1829

Contents:
From (a) Robert Phillipson of Chichester, druggist, (b) George Windsor of St. Pancras, cordwainer, son and heir of late Robert Windsor, to (c) William Woodroffe Dendy of Chichester, corn merchant, son in law of (a), and (d) George Tulley Dendy of Chichester, corn merchant

Appointment and assignment (lease and release), of residue of mortgage term in consideration of £350  Add Mss 20,273, 20,274  15, 16 February 1830

Contents:
From (a) William Woodroffe Dendy of Chichester, corn merchant, (b) George Tulley Dendy of Chichester, corn merchant, (c) Robert Phillipson of Chichester, druggist, and (d) Thomas Rhoades of Chichester, esq., to (e) William Adames of Chichester, bricklayer, and (f) James Bennett Freeland of Chichester, gent., and (g) Robert Raper of Chichester, gent., in trust to attend the inheritance

Mortgage for securing £250, from (a) William Adames of Chichester, bricklayer, to (b) William Woodroffe Dendy of Chichester, corn merchant  Add Mss 20,275  17 February 1830

Deed Poll for further charge of £100, from (a) William Adames to (b) William Woodroffe Dendy  Add Mss 20,276  19 November 1831

Mortgage for securing £40, from (a) William Adames, to (b) Peter Turner of Chichester, labourer  Add Mss 20,277  10 November 1832

Conveyance in consideration of £10, from (a) Peter Turner, late of Chichester, but now of Arundel, labourer, to (b) William Woodroffe Dendy, and (c) George Tulley Dendy  Add Mss 20,278  28 December 1842

Deed of Renunciation of George Tulley Dendy as trustee and exor. of will of William Woodroffe Dendy  Add Mss 20,279  13 April 1873

Conveyance, in consideration of £413  Add Mss 20,280  23 September 1875

Contents:
From (a) Robert Cooper Dendy of Tenterden co. Kent, Unitarian Minister; William Kerwood, sen., late of Bosham, but now of Singleton, yeo., and George Molesworth of Chichester, draper, trustees of the will of the late William Woodroffe Dendy, to (b) Isaac Langley of Prinsted in Westbourne, farmer

Abstract of the will of John Petar, 28 August 1866  Add Mss 20,281  1884

Mortgage for securing £100, from (a) William Butler of High Street, Chichester, insurance agent, to (b) Mary Hews of Richmond Terrace, Chichester, widow  Add Mss 20,282  3 January 1885

Reconveyance from (a) George Bartlett of Chichester, solicitor and James Sayers of Chichester, coal merchant and carrier, trustees of the late Mary Hews, to (b) William Butler  Add Mss 20,283  4 August 1899

Conveyance, in consideration of £332  Add Mss 20,284  2 December 1899

Contents:
From (a) Frederick Padwick of West Thorney, esq., and Henry Percival Hart of St. Annes Villas, Lewes, esq., and (b) George Arthur Langley of Prinsted, farmer; Hastings Langley of Prinsted, farmer; and Sarah Ann Twine, wife of Richard Twine of Prinsted, carpenter and wheelwright, to (b) Thomas Edgar Fulljames of Landport, Portsea, co. Hants., pawnbroker

Royal Insurance Company Policy of Miss Alice Chambers of Littlecroft, Sidlesham Common  Add Mss 20,285  24 February 1920

Worth deeds  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance, in consideration of £98  Add Mss 20,286  13 October 1853

Contents:
From (a) John Russell Reeves of Huntsland in Worth, esq., to
(b) the East Grinstead Railway Company
Pieces of land, 4¾a., part of Walledge Farm in Worth, numbered 76, 79, 80, 81, 83, 84 and 85 on the Deposited Plan
Marginal plan

Conveyance, in consideration of £25  Add Mss 20,287  3 July 1857

Contents:
From (a) William Pearless of East Grinstead, gent., to (b) the East Grinstead Railway Company
Piece of land, 1¼a., waste of the Manor of South Malling Lindfield called Crawley Down (abuttals given), numbered 114 on the Deposited Plan
Marginal plan

Miscellaneous deeds and documents relating to Felpham, Selsey and Westbourne  Add Mss 20,288 - 20,308  1830-1927

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Chichester Rural District Council, February 1974


FELPHAM  [no ref. or date]

Abstract of title from 1894 of Percy Ashford Norman of Shoreham, farmer, to Innerwyke or Felpham Weeks Farm (248a.) in Felpham  Add Mss 20,288  1923

Contents:
Includes plans

Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Felpham Brick and Estates Co  Add Mss 20,289  1926

1 doc

Conveyance from Norman to the said company of land in Flansham Lane, Felpham, part of the property in Add Mss 20,288  Add Mss 20,290  20 January 1927

SELSEY  [no ref. or date]

Attested copy made in the Public Record Office in 1920 of part of the Selsey Enclosure Award  Add Mss 20,291  1830/1920

Contents:
Includes plan

WESTBOURNE  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The following deeds relate to property across the road from Westbourne Mill. No. 20,292, however, does not appear to be directly connected

Manor of Westbourne. Admission of Thomas West as son and heir of Jemima Sawyer, decd., heretofore Jemima Micklam, spinster, afterwards Jemima West, widow and late wife of Robert Sawyer  Add Mss 20,292  26 June 1837

Contents:
5a. in the town field of Westbourne, in Gate Furlong

Manor of Westbourne  Add Mss 20,293  13 June 1842

Contents:
Admission of Charles Wilson, gent, and Joseph Harvey, builder, both of London, on the surrender of Jeffery Dennis of Middlesex, gent., and Jemima his wife, late Jemima West, spinster
One third part of 5a. 3r. 27p. in Westbourne, adjoining N. lands of Charles Dixon, esq. and an allotment to Thomas West, S. an old enclosure of George Churcher and an allotment to the same, E. allotments to George Churcher and William Parry Wallis, and W. old enclosures of Thomas West; which were allotted in 1841 at the Enclosure of Westbourne Common Field to Thomas West, Jemima West (now Jemima Dennis) and Mary Jane West (now Mary Jane Harvey) in lieu of 6a. and two tenements in Westbourne Common Field

Deed of Enfranchisement  Add Mss 20,294, 20,295  4 June 1861

Contents:
Between (a) Augustina Dixon of Stansted, widow, Lady of the Manor of Westbourne, with the consent of the Copyhold Commissioners, and (b) Thomas West, now of Kent, gent., (c) Charles Wilson, now described as of London, chartseller, and Joseph Harvey, now of Glamorgan, gent., and (d) Joseph William Harvey of S. Australia, builder, and Mary Jane his wife; with duplicate
(1) 2r. 13p., formerly part of Westbourne Common Field, belonging to Thomas West
(2) The property in Add Mss 20,293
(3) Allotments 36,37,55,68 at the Enclosure of Westbourne Common in 1859
(a) enfranchises (1) and (2) in return for (3)

Counterpart lease for 21 years at £114 yearly from Joseph Harvey, Charles Wilson and Thomas West to James Valentine Guyatt of Westbourne Mill, miller  Add Mss 20,296  29 May 1867

Contents:
The water mill known as Westbourne Mill, with the messuage, outhouses, garden, meadow and yard adjoining, together with the cottages, gardens and homestead on the opposite side of the road
Includes plan
This deed is apparently preserved here because part of the property on the other side of the road was included in Add Mss 20,298

Declaration of Thomas Byerley of Westbourne, miller, concerning the title of the property in Add Mss 20,298  Add Mss 20,297  30 May 1874

Contents:
Includes plan

Conveyance for £850 from Thomas Joseph West of Kent, gent., to Mary Agnes Lyon of The Oaks, Warblington, Hants., spinster  Add Mss 20,298  2 July 1874

Contents:
10a. 1r. 27p. now or late in occ. of James Valentine Guyatt, with the farm yard adjoining the same
Includes plan
The plan and Add Mss 20,297 show that this property included the whole of the property in deeds Add Mss 20,293-20,295, and part of that in Add Mss 20,296

Mortgage of the above property for £600 to Benjamin Binstead of Chichester, gent  Add Mss 20,299  6 October 1875

Contents:
Includes plan
Endorsed with borrowing of a further £150, 6 May 1878

Reconveyance from Binstead to Lyon  Add Mss 20,300  30 August 1879

Reconveyance to Lyon from Robert Waterman of Croydon, esq., upon the redemption of [missing] mortgages of 1880 and 1881  Add Mss 20,301  7 May 1889

Mortgage for £700 to Douglas Teale of Rowlands Castle and William Horner of Southsea, gents  Add Mss 20,302  8 May 1889

Contents:
Endorsed with reconveyance, 14 January 1891

Conveyance from the executors of Mary Lyon, now decd., to Lindsay Elizabeth Smith of The Oaks, Emsworth, widow, subject to a mortgage of 1893 to Mary Mabel Gardiner  Add Mss 20,303  15 April 1901

Contents:
Includes plan

In Lunacy  Add Mss 20,304  31 August 1901

Contents:
Appointment of a person to reconvey on the redemption of the mortgage in Add Mss 20,303, because of the lunacy of Mary Mabel Gardiner

Conveyance for £779 from Smith to Rev. John Henry Mee of The Chantry, Westbourne  Add Mss 20,305  29 November 1901

Mortgage for £500 to Charles Copner of Ilfracombe and Francis Blagg of Portsmouth, gents  Add Mss 20,306  30 November 1901

Sale Particulars of The Chantry, Westbourne; Woodmancote Farm (231a.) and four cottages, at Woodmancote in Westbourne; and other lands (about 128a. total)  Add Mss 20,307  1918

Abstract of title of part of the property in Add Mss 20,307, but apparently not related to the foregoing deeds  Add Mss 20,308  1918

Records of the Manor of Rogate Bohunt, 1485-1923; deeds of Fields and Hooks Lands in Billingshurst, 1630-1796; miscellaneous maps, 1836-1893  Add Mss 20,309 - 20,364  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: Presented by Messrs. Albery and Lucas, solicitors of Midhurst, September 1949


Contents:
This miscellaneous collection of records received from Messrs. Albery and Lucas is now completely catalogued for the first time. Some of the maps had been catalogued and numbered at earlier times for inclusion in the Catalogues of Sussex Maps in the Sussex Record Society volumes. For the sake of convenience all the documents deposited by Messrs. Albery and Lucas in 1949, including those listed and numbered before, are included in the following catalogue

Billingshurst Deeds  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
I. Tenement, barn, garden, orchard and 30a. land called Field Lands or Cheivers in Billingshurst
II. Tenement, barn, garden and 60a. land called Hooks in Billingshurst

Final concord, with counterpart, of property I, between (a) Richard Nye sen., and Richard Nye jun., gents., and (b) Francis Stringer and Elizabeth, his wife  Add Mss 20,309, 20,310  Michaelmas Term 1630

Deed to lead the uses of a common recovery of property II  Add Mss 20,311  16 June 1647

Contents:
Between (a) John Caryll of Harting, esq., and John Williams of Cliffords Inn, London, (b) Nicholas Best of Horsham, gent., (c) John Bartlett of Nuthurst, yeo., (d) Thomas Patchinge of Nuthurst, yeo., and (e) John Gratwick of West Grinstead, yeo

Exemplification of a common recovery of property II, between (a) Richard and Thomas White, demandants, and (b) John Gratwick, John Bartlett and Thomas Patchinge, the tenants in tail  Add Mss 20,312  Easter Term 1648

Deed to declare the uses of a common recovery of property II  Add Mss 20,313  4 April 1648

Contents:
Between (a) John Caryll of Harting, esq., (b) Thomas White and Richard White of Clifford Inn, London, gents., (c) Thomas Patchinge of Nuthurst, yeo., (d) John Bartlett of Nuthurst, yeo., and (e) John Gratwicke of Needs in West Grinstead, yeo

Probate copy of will, 11 April 1652, of John Gratwicke of Needs in West Grinstead, yeo., by which he bequeaths property II to his son William  Add Mss 20,314  5 May 1652

Conveyance (lease and release) of property II, in consideration of £500, from (a) William Gratwick of Tenterden, co. Kent, yeo. to (b) John Gratwick of Needs in West Grinstead, gent  Add Mss 20,315-20,318  21,22 May 1689

Deed to lead the uses of a fine of property II, with counterpart  Add Mss 20,319, 20,320  18 November 1689

Contents:
From (a) William Gratwick of Tenterden, co. Kent, yeo., and Ann, his wife, to (b) John Gratwick of Needs in West Grinstead, gent

Conveyance (lease and release) of property I, in consideration of £490  Add Mss 20,321, 20,322  29,30 September 1725

Contents:
From (a) William Yalden sen. of Newhouse in Haslemere, co. Surrey, gent,, and Edmund Yalden of Greatham, co. Hants., clerk, and Richard Yalden of Newhouse in Haslemere, gent., the latter two being sons of the first mentioned by Mary (née Nye), his wife, who was dau. and heir of Richard Nye late of Pocock in Billingshurst, dec'd, to (b) Henry Steele of Boxgrove, timber merchant

Probate copy of will, 21 October 1743, of Hannah Steele of Peckham, co. Surrey  Add Mss 20,323  10 January 1743/4

Contents:
By which she bequeaths property I to Mrs. Elizabeth Heaton, and afterwards to Elizabeth and Hannah Steele, children of her late brother James Steele of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mortgage (demise for 1000 years), of property I for securing £100 with interest  Add Mss 20,324  21 July 1744

Contents:
From (a) Henry Steele of St. Ann, Aldersgate, London, carpenter and Deborah, his wife, to (b) Edmund Weston of Wisborough Green, gent., and (c) Thomas Paty jun., of Wisborough Green, yeo

Mortgage of property I for further charge of £50, from (a) Henry Steele and Deborah, his wife, to (b) Edmund Weston  Add Mss 20,325  10 May 1746

Release of dower in property I, in consideration of 5s., from (a) Hannah Steele of Boxgrove, widow of Henry, to (b) John Gratwick  Add Mss 20,326  8 December 1750

Conveyance of property I, together with a tenement and 10a. land called St. Jones in Shipley, in consideration of £250 10s. paid to Weston and £56 18s. paid to Steele  Add Mss 20,327, 20,328  17,18 October 1750

Contents:
From (a) Edmund Weston of Wisborough Green, gent., and Henry Steele of St. Sepuchres, London, carpenter, son and devisee of Henry Steele, late of Boxgrove, carpenter, dec'd, and (b) Rowland Thomlinson of Cliffords Inn, London, gent., to (c) John Gratwick of Needs in West Grinstead, gent., with deed to lead the uses of a common recovery

Exemplification of a common recovery of property I, between (a) John Gratwick, demandant, and (b) Rowland Thomlinson, tenant in tail  Add Mss 20,329  28 November 1750

Copy of will, 3 October 1764, of John Gratwick of Needs in West Grinstead, gent  Add Mss 20,330  25 March 1771

Abstract of title to properties I and II of Timothy Shelley  Add Mss 20,331  c. 1795

Contents:
Reciting deeds of property I, from 13 June 1618 to 8 December 1750; of property II from 16 June 1647 to 3 October 1764, and of both properties from 29 September 1794 to 8 January 1795

Lease of properties I and II for 21 years, at an annual rent of £40, from (a) Timothy Shelley of Field Place in Warnham, esq., to (b) John Parkhurst of Billingshurst, farmer  Add Mss 20,332  23 January 1796

Manor of Rogate Bohunt  [no ref. or date]

Court Book  Add Mss 20,333  c. 1485-1711

Contents:
Intermittently kept

Copy of Court Book  Add Mss 20,334  c. 1485-1711

Contents:
With index of person and properties

Extracts from the Court Rolls, 1802-1855, 1857  Add Mss 20,335  1802-1857

Presentments of the Homage  Add Mss 20,336  1802-1805

Minutes of the Court  Add Mss 20,337  1798-1812

Lists of Amercements  Add Mss 20,338  1859-1861

Miscellaneous court papers, including Notices of the Court, Oaths of Homage, etc  Add Mss 20,339  nd

1 bdl

Rental Book  Add Mss 20,340  1781-1849

Rentals  Add Mss 20,341  1771-1922

1 bdl

Survey  Add Mss 20,342  1746

Perambulation and Survey  Add Mss 20,343  1891

Bundle of Papers relating to the Boundaries of the Manor  Add Mss 20,344  nd

Correspondence concerning quitrents  Add Mss 20,345  19 and 20th centuries

General manorial correspondence  Add Mss 20,346  1805-1920

Correspondence concerning the sale of the Manor  Add Mss 20,347  1923

Other Manors  [no ref. or date]

Perambulation of the Manor of Bepton  Add Mss 20,348  12 April 1838

Rental, and List of Tenants of the Manor of Linch  Add Mss 20,349  n.d

Description of the Bounds of the Manors of Linch and Stedham  Add Mss 20,350  19 April 1803

Memorandum concerning the moving of a boundary stone in Iping Manor  Add Mss 20,351  30 January 1815

Perambulation of the Manor of Wenham  Add Mss 20,352  25,26 September 1820

Correspondence and other papers concerning compensation demanded by tenants of the Manor of Rogate Bohunt for the loss of their Common Land to the Portsmouth Railway Company  Add Mss 20,353  1857-1859

c.70 items

Miscellaneous manorial documents  Add Mss 20,354  1802-1896

5 items

MAPS  [no ref. or date]

Tithe and Related Maps  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Add Mss 2080 NORTH AMBERSHAM, 1840
Plan of the Tithing of North Ambersham By Fredk & Henry E. Drayson 26.6in. to 1m. 133 x 30¾. [This map, marked 'No. 1', is a superior copy of the Tithe Award Map (TD/W88), which is marked 'No. 2']
Add Mss 2081 SOUTH AMBERSHAM, 1840
Plan of the Tithing of South Ambersham in the County of Hants
By Fredk & Henry E. Drayson 26.6in. to 1m. 133 x 38½
A map of the whole parish, whereas the official Tithe Map (TD/W114) is of the Sussex portion only
Add Mss 2082 SOUTH AMBERSHAM, 1840
Another copy of Add Mss 2081, but coloured
Add Mss 2084 EASEBOURNE, 1840
Plan of the Parish of Easebourne, By Fredk & Henry E. Drayson 26.6in. to 1m. 127 x 78½. [Unofficial copy of TD/W45]
Par.93/21/1,2 GRAFFHAM, 1841
Plan of the Parish of Graffham. Surveyed by James W. Blackman, Surveyor, Fareham, 1841. 13.3in. to 1m. 42 x 24. [Copy of TD/W62 with apportionment]
Add Mss 2085 FERNHURST, 1842
Map of the Parish of Fernhurst. F. and H.E. Drayson, Cowdray. 26.6in. to 1m. 142 x 89. [Superior copy of TD/W55]
Add Mss 2083 SELHAM, c. 1847
Plan of the Parish of Selham. Fredk & Henry E. Drayson 26.6in. to 1m. 133 x 39. [Coloured copy of TD/W106]
Par.4/21/1,2 NORTH AMBERSHAM, [1847]
Map of the Tithing of North Ambersham in the County of Hants. [No Surveyor or date]. 26.6in. to 1m. 125 x 23. [Copy of TD/W88, with apportionment]

TROTTON  Add Mss 20,355  1864

Contents:
Mounted tracing of TD/W130

Inclosure and Related Maps  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Add Mss 5186 ROGATE, 1856
Rogate Inclosure. [Surveyor unknown]. 26.6in. to 1m. 47 x 56
Uncertified copy of original in the Public Record Office
About 550a., i.e. Harting Combe including Fyning Wood, in centre of parish as allotted by the award. Names of adjacent owners or lands. Shows public and private carriage roads, and public driftways, allotted; brick-kilns; Bull Hill; Galley Grove; beech tree and oak tree presumably as boundary marks; large pond; gate; boundary between Rogate Parish and the Manor of Harting Combe and the Parish and Manor of Terwick and between Fyning Wood and Harting Combe; allotments as a place for exercise and recreation, and for the labouring poor
Add Mss 5185 CHITHURST, 1860
Map of the Commons under Inclosure in the Manor of Chithurst
[Surveyor unknown]. [Uncertified copy of QDD/6/W33]
26.6in. to 1m. 47 x 31
About 200a., i.e. Chithurst Common and Marsh, Charley Common and part of Milland Common, in W. and extreme N.E. of parish as allotted by the award. Names of adjacent owners. Shows Borden Copse; Cook's Pond; roads, including two private carriage roads allotted; footpaths, including a public one allotted; public pond and private pond or watering place allotted; allotments for exercise and recreation and for the labouring poor
Add Mss 5187 WISBOROUGH GREEN AND FITTLEWORTH, c. 1864
Inclosure, Waste Lands in the Manor of Amberley, in the Parishes of Wisboro' Green and Fittleworth, surveyed by James Taylor, Northchapel. 26.6in. to 1m. 38 x 81
About 75a. in Wisborough Green comprising an area to W. of the church with strips on E. side of the road running northwards as far as Roundstreet Common and southwards to the parish boundary (and including Malthouse Common) and along the road from Durbans Farm to points beyond New Pound Common; about 115a. in S. of Fittleworth on either side of the Petworth - Pulborough road, as allotted by the award. Shows roads (including public carriage roads discontinued and allotted, and private carriage roads allotted); footways, including a private one allotted; Green and Brook Bridges in Wisborough Green; ponds (including a public pond or watering place at Malthouse Common); spring with private right of taking water (in Wisborough Green); quarry allotted to the Surveyors of the Highways of Fittleworth with a private carriage road leading thereto; allotments in each parish for exercise and recreation; allotments in Fittleworth for the labouring poor, as a public sand-pit, as a burying ground, and as a playground appurtenant to the school

GREATHAM  Add Mss 20,356  1859

Contents:
Tracing of the Inclosure map of Greatham, co. Hants., annexed to the Inclosure Award, 1859

FITTLEWORTH  Add Mss 20,357  c. 1864

Contents:
Draft of Fittleworth part of Add Mss 5187

Estate and Related Maps  [no ref. or date]


Related information: Add Mss 2090 STEDHAM AND WOOLBEDING, w.m. 1836
A Map of Ash Estate. For sale by Private Contract. By William Poulter, Land Agent. Surveyor and Auctioneer, Guildford, Surrey
About 17.6in. to 1m. 37 x 24
377a. on the boundary of Stedham and Woolbeding, being the present Ash House and Woodgate Farm
Field and farm-names; names of adjacent owners
State of cultivation indicated by colour. Shows lime kiln
Add Mss 2091 WOOLBEDING AND IPING, w.m. 1836
A Map of Bembrook Bedford & Reynolds. For Sale by Private Contract. By William Poulter, Land Agent, Surveyor and Auctioneer, Guildford, Surrey. About 17.6in. to 1m. 37 x 24
43a.. in N. centre of Woolbeding, being the present Redford; 27a. in E. centre of Iping including the present Upper Reynolds Wood; 4a. called Bembrook Farm which has not been identified
Field names, names of adjacent owners or properties
Add Mss 2089 STEDHAM, 1842
Plan of Great House and Mill House Farms belonging to John Stoveld Esqr. Delineated by Wm Bridger Junr. 26.6in. to 1m. 32½ x 22½
153a. in E. of parish to the N., S., and E. of the village. Field names; names of adjacent owners and properties
Add Mss 2087 ROGATE, c. 1870
[No title, date or surveyor]. 26.6in. to 1m. 5 sheets of map
Most of the parish of Rogate. Fields numbered to correspond with table of reference of which the present location is unknown. It does not correspond with the numbers on the Tithe Apportionment, the Inclosure Award, or the 1st ed. O.S
Add Mss 2088 STEDHAM, IPING AND WOOLBEDING, c. 1871
Map of the Stedham Hall Estate in the Parishes of Stedham, Iping, and Woolbeding Sussex. [Surveyor unknown]. 26.6in. to 1m. 89 x 38
Virtually the whole of the parish of Stedham, with the E. half of Iping, and the W. half of Woolbeding
Shows Titty Hill; Woodhouse Farm; Tote-Hill; Tentworth; Woodgate; The Ash; Crouch House; Stedham Mill; Iping House; Bridgefoot Farm; Stedham Hall; Stedham Church; and Rother Hill; fields numbered to correspond with table of reference of which the present location is unknown. Lands forming Stedham Hall Estate edged in red; the fern lains belonging to the estate edged in green; and the manor boundaries edged in blue. Shows woodlands, ponds and rivers, and marks commons and marshlands
Add Mss 2092 WOOLBEDING, LINCH, STEDHAM, IPING AND TROTTON, c. 1875
A Map of the Estates belonging to C.W. Taylor Esq: Situate in the Parishes of Woolbeding, Lynch, Stedham, Iping and Trotton in the County of Sussex. [No date, surveyor or scale] 47 x 33
Colour tracing on linen of the Hollycomb Estate
Fields numbered to correspond with table of reference of which the current location is unknown. Names farms, and principal fields and properties. Names of adjacent owners. Shows ponds, streams and lime kilns

ROGATE  Add Mss 20,358  c. 1845

Contents:
The Rogate Estate Sussex. [No date or surveyor, but probably by John Wood of Lindfield]. About 4in. to 1m. 20 x 15
About 1,800a. being S. part of the parish
State of cultivation given. Fields numbered to correspond with table of reference, which is not the Tithe Map or the 1st ed. O.S., of which the present location is unknown. Summary table of reference gives acreages of the 12 major farms. Houses shown in block plan
Names of adjacent owners

Printed Maps  [no ref. or date]


Related information: PM 6 O.S. Geological Survey, Sheets VIII and IX, 1868
PM 7 O.S. ¼" Survey of Sanitary Districts in West Sussex, showing civil parishes, 1888
PM 5 O.S. Geological Survey, Sheet IX, 1893

1"O.S. Map covering the area of Hungerford, co. Berks; Upper Norwood, co. Surrey; Lymington, co.. Hants; and Brighton, 1810. Electro-typed  Add Mss 20,359  1862

6"O.S. Map covering the area in co. Hants; West Tisted, Headley, Hambledon and Charlton  Add Mss 20,360  1867-1871

6"O.S. Map Sheet X  Add Mss 20,361  1879

6"O.S. Map Sheet XX  Add Mss 20,362  1879

Miscellaneous Plans  [no ref. or date]

3 Sections of sketch map at a scale of 3½in. to 1m. with A. covering Stedham, Tillington and Cocking, B. Didling and C. Linchmere  Add Mss 20,363  nd

2 sheets of designs and plans for Stedham Elementary School, by Welman and Street, Godalming and Chertsey  Add Mss 20,364  nd

Life Insurance policy of Fitzjames Stuart MacGregor  Add Mss 20,365  1857

Source of acquisition: Presented by Messrs. Tamplin, Joseph and Flux, Solicitors, 52 Bishopsgate, London EC2, per the British Records Association, November 1950


Life Insurance policy for £1000, between Fitzjames Stuart MacGregor of Aldwick Lodge, Bognor, esq., and the Minerva Life Assurance Company  Add Mss 20,365  2 January 1857

Miscellaneous deeds of Ferring, Goring, Rustington and Yapton  Add Mss 20,366 - 20,371  1780-1867

Source of acquisition: Presented by Messrs. Rider, Heaton, Meredith & Mills, Solicitors, 8 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London WC2., per the British Records Association, November 1950


Exemplification of Common Recovery, between (a) William Newman, gent., demandant, (b) Henry Chalcraft, gent., tenant in tail, with Margaret Gittens, spinster, vouchee  Add Mss 20,366  Michaelmas Term 1781

Contents:
Tenement, dovecote, 40a. land, 16a. meadow, 16a. pasture, in Ferring and Goring

Articles of Agreement  Add Mss 20,367  10 March 1812

Contents:
Between (a) James Cosens of Ancton in Felpham, yeo. and Elizabeth, his wife, and 3 of their 4 children - Thomas Cosens of Ancton, farmer; Joseph Coote of Middleton, yeo., and Ruth, his wife; and Elizabeth Cosens of Ancton, spinster, to (b) Richard Cosens of Barnham, yeo., to divide messuage, barn and lands in Bilsham, bequeathed in the will of Thomas Cowdrey of Yapton
With Schedule of property
Recites deeds from 10 April 1712

Mortgage for £600, from (a) Joseph Coote of Yapton, yeo., to (b) Margaret Hollist of Midhurst, widow  Add Mss 20,368  13 July 1859

Contents:
Messuage, barn, farm and 18½a. land at Bilsham in Yapton

Voluntary declaration by Charles White of Ford, yeo., as to identity of messuage, barn, farm and 18½a. land at Bilsham in Yapton  Add Mss 20,369  30 October 1867

Conveyance  Add Mss 20,370  2 November 1867

Contents:
In consideration of £600 paid by (c) to (a), and £706 paid by (c) to (b), from (a) Ann Hollist of Midhurst, spinster and Dame Mary Watson of Midhurst, widow, and (b) Joseph Coote of Yapton, yeo., to (c) Colonel Charles Leslie of Slindon Hall
Messuage, barn, farm and 18½a. land at Bilsham in Yapton

Covenant for the production of legacy, receipts  Add Mss 20,371  6 October 1842

Copies information: For original will see Add Mss 5210


Contents:
Between (a) David Lyon of Goring, esq., and (b) John Pelly Atkins of Walbrook, London, esq., James Hopkins of Arundel, gent., Richard Holmes of Arundel, gent., and Rev. Maurice Smelt of Slindon, clerk, devisees and executors of the will of Margaret Bushby of Goring, spinster, decd
Schedule of legacies

Miscellaneous items mostly relating to the White family of Ivy Cottage, Bignor  Add Mss 20,372 - 20,394  1857-1966

Source of acquisition: Given by Mrs. N. Wheeler of East Dean, near Chichester, September 1978



Related information: See also Add Mss 20,158-20,178
The following Sale Particulars were also received with this deposit
SP 652 12 December 1924. Sale Particular of Bignor Park, Manor Farm, Hadsworth Farm and Newoods Farm in Bignor, Keysastons Farm, Sutton End; also Bignor Park Cottage, Bignor Mill Cottage, The Cottage, Malthouse Cottages, and a cottage on Bignor Hill, all in Bignor; Ridge House, Coldwaltham; Keysastons, The Croft, Beckhall, and cottages on Church Hill and in School Lane, all in Sutton
SP 653 2-5 November 1926. Sale Particular of the contents of Bignor Park
The following photographs were also received with this deposit: PH 6509 - 6511

Book of Common Prayer, with "Miss Emma Puttick, Bignor, May the 9 1858" written inside the cover  Add Mss 20,372  1857

Book of Common Prayer given to E. Tarnfield in 1873 by A. Overton  Add Mss 20,373  n.d. [c.1873]

In Memoriam cards, for William Spearman, Sarah Olding, Constance Leney, Ann Leney, John Heywood Johnstone, M.P., Mary Ann Tupper  Add Mss 20,374  1878-1919

Text and autograph album, giving Biblical texts for each day of the year; with a few autographs written in, mostly of the Upperton and Ruff families  Add Mss 20,375  1880

Hymns for use at a funeral service, Bignor Church  Add Mss 20,376  19 April 1890

Beetons Diary and Englishman's Every Day Reference Book  Add Mss 20,377  1891

Contents:
With very few entries, mostly concerning the Graffham, Sutton and Bignor area; with writing practice by Winifred White, Bignor, 1908

Order of Service for the burial of Midshipman Audley Wells Morton, age 19, at Bignor  Add Mss 20,378  18 July 1893

Card in remembrance of the visit of the Church Army Van to Bignor  Add Mss 20,379  5 July 1903

Rules of the Nursing Association for Amberley, Bury, Bignor, Barlavington, Coates, Coldwaltham, Part of Fittleworth, Hardham, Houghton and Sutton  Add Mss 20,380  1904

Good school attendance certificates awarded to Maggie Upperton, signed by Mr. Whalley, Head Teacher  Add Mss 20,381  1904

4 items

Posters advertising Ceylindo Tea and the International Stores, with calendars  Add Mss 20,382  1908 and 1913

Christmas card from Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tupper of Bignor  Add Mss 20,383  1909

Programme and text of the Pageant of Bignor, held at Bignor Park in aid of Village Nursing Work  Add Mss 20,384  1912

2 copies

Shadows of the Evening by Ernest Parton, reproduced as a poster advertising W.M. Boorer, purveyor of meat, Lombard Street, Petworth, with calendar  Add Mss 20,385  1915

Order of Service for the unveiling of the War Memorial to the men of Bignor who died in the Great War  Add Mss 20,386  28 July 1920

Advertising brochure for Littlehampton  Add Mss 20,387  n.d. [c.1920-1930]

Bill from Drs. H.A. Whyte-Venables and F.R. Pepper to Mrs. White for professional attendance  Add Mss 20,388  1943

Form of service to be used at the Institution and Induction of a Rector or Vicar; from St. Mary's Church, Petworth  Add Mss 20,389  1946

Cutting from the West Sussex Gazette of a photograph of the last train on the Pulborough to Midhurst line, at Fittleworth station  Add Mss 20,390  1966

Card presented to W. White by West Sussex Education Committee, for one week's perfect school attendance  Add Mss 20,391  n.d. [early 20th cent.]

Recipe for treating colds with boiled nettles; written on the back of a photograph of the reredos in Gloucester Cathedral  Add Mss 20,392  n.d. [early 20th cent.]

Newspaper concerning a conference on nutrition, addressed by Mrs. Patty Fisher, senior lecturer at Bath College of Domestic Science  Add Mss 20,393  n.d. [20th cent.]

"Oktis" rustless Zairoid supports for corsets  Add Mss 20,394  n.d

Miscellaneous records of the Stone family of Capel co. Surrey, and Horsham and Warnham, co. Sussex  Add Mss 20,395  c. 1858-1945

Source of acquisition: Deposited by K. Booker Esq. of Horsham, October 1978



Related information: See Add Mss 19,091-19,156 and Add Mss 19,770 for other records of the Stone family deposited by Mr. Booker

Miscellaneous records of the Stone family of Capel, co. Surrey, and Horsham and Warnham, co. Sussex  Add Mss 20,395  c. 1858-1945

317 docs

Contents:
Including accounts, vouchers, and correspondence mainly relating to Bonnetts Farm in Capel

Papers relating to the tenancy of Coultershaw Mill on the Petworth Estate  Add Mss 20,396 - 20,398  1938-1975

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mrs. G.M. Gwillim of Graffham, October 1978



Related information: See Add Mss 18,169-18,170 for tenancy records of Coultershaw Mill, Fittleworth Mill, and North Mill deposited by Mrs. Gwillim in March 1976

Minute Book of directors of Messrs. J. Gwillim Company Limited, Coultershaw Mill, Petworth  Add Mss 20,396  26 February 1938 - 6 June 1975

122 ff

Correspondence and trade circular extracted from Minute Book  Add Mss 20,397  3 June 1950 - 18 September 1956

5 docs

Copy of lease of Coultershaw Mill, for 20 years at £1250 p.a. for first five years and £1450 p.a. thereafter  Add Mss 20,398  26 August 1968

Contents:
From (a) John Edward Reginald, Baron Egremont, of Petworth House, to (b) J. Gwillim Limited, Coultershaw, Petworth

Records relating to the Bennett family of Bosham, and Martin family of Worthing, principally concerning the trust created by the will of Mrs. Emma Farndell Martin, formerly Miss Emma Farndell Bennett  Add Mss 20,399 - 20,412  1839-1913

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. Lawrence Graham and Co. 6 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, WC2, from records of Messrs. Preston, Stow, and Preston, 35 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2, per the British Records Association, September 1978


Probate copy of will, 17 April 1837, of Thomas Bennett of Bosham, yeo  Add Mss 20,399  9 January 1839

Contents:
Bequeathing all his real and personal estate unto his wife, Eliza Bennett, his father Edward Bennett, and his father-in-law Stephen Farndell, upon trust to sell the same for the payment of funeral expenses, debts, and legacies. Proved at Chichester

Marriage Settlement  Add Mss 20,400  3 August 1857

Contents:
Between (a) Charles Martin of Worthing, esq., (b) Emma Farndell Bennett of Broadbridge, Bosham, spinster (one of the daughters of Thomas Bennett of Broadbridge, yeo., decd.), and (c) Benjamin Binstead of Chichester, gent. and Matthias James Sowton of Chichester, gent., made on the intended marriage between (a) and (b)
By this deed certain property in the parishes of Bosham, Chidham, and Funtington together with certain annuities, devised to (b) by the will of her father, the said Thomas Bennett, and the will of her maternal grandfather, the said Stephen Farndell, was assigned by (b) to (c) upon trust for the benefit of the children of the said intended marriage
Endorsed: 30 June 1880. Appointment of John Yeomans Crowe of Athelstan Redland, Bristol, co. Gloucester, esq., and William Henry Mitchell of Clanmarina, Torquay, co. Devon, esq., as trustees of the said settlement in the place of the said Benjamin Binstead decd. and Matthias James Sowton

Accounts of Messrs. Raper, Freeland and Tyacke of Chichester, solicitors, with the Representatives of Mrs. Eliza Bennett, decd  Add Mss 20,401  1 October 1897 - 1 October 1907

10 ff

Disclaimer  Add Mss 20,402  28 May 1898

Contents:
Disclaimer of John Yeomans Crowe of 2 The Fosseway, Clifton, Bristol, co. Gloucester, insurance superintendent, of the trusteeship of the will, dated 23 February 1888, of Mrs. Emma Farndell Martin decd., widow of Charles Martin of Clanmarina, Torquay, co. Devon

Appointment of the Reverend William Henry Mitchell of 6 Goldney Road, Clifton, Bristol, co. Gloucester, clerk in holy orders, and Clement Young Sturge of 180 Ebury Street, London, barrister  Add Mss 20,403  5 July 1898

Contents:
To act with Maurice John Mitchell of Manor Farm, East Challow, Wantage, co. Berks, as trustees of the will of Mrs. Emma Farndell Martin decd., in the place of John Yeomans Crowe

Correspondence, stock receipts, and brokers notes concerning investments made under the trusteeship of the will of Mrs. Emma Farndell Martin  Add Mss 20,404  26 July 1900 - 16 September 1909

14 docs

Income and capital accounts of the trustees of the will of Mrs. Emma Farndell Martin prepared by Messrs. Stow, Preston and Lyttelton, 35 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, solicitors  Add Mss 20,405  5 October 1906 - 5 July 1909

2 docs

Accounts of Messrs. Stow, Preston and Lyttelton, 35 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, solicitors, with the trustees of the will of Mrs. Emma Farndell Martin  Add Mss 20,406  12 November 1906 - 12 August 1908

15 ff

Correspondence, receipts for payment of pecuniary legacies, and receipted legacy duty accounts for legacies payable under the will of Mrs. Emma Farndell Martin  Add Mss 20,407  February - May 1907

12 docs

Case for the opinion of Counsel  Add Mss 20,408  5 November 1907

Contents:
Concerning the respective trusts created by the will of Thomas Bennett, the marriage settlement of Charles Martin and Emma Farndell Bennett, and the will of the said Emma Farndell Martin

Assignment of an interest in the proceeds of sale of a moiety of an impropriate tithe rent charge arising out of property at Bosham  Add Mss 20,409  19 June 1908

Contents:
From (a) John Yeomans Crowe of 2 The Fossway, Clifton, Bristol, gent., and William Henry Mitchell of Appuldurcombe House, Wroxall, Isle of Wight, gent., to (b) the said William Henry Mitchell, Maurice John Mitchell of Belmont, Wantage, Co. Berks, gent., and Clement Young Sturge of 11 St. Augustine's Mansions, Bloomburg Street, Westminster, barrister at law

Receipts for payment of interest and premiums made by Messrs. Stow, Preston and Co. under Martin's trust  Add Mss 20,410  16 July 1908 - 30 June 1910

6 docs

Certificates and receipts for local government and foreign government stocks purchased by the trustees of the will of Mrs. Emma Farndell Martin, and notes about the stocks held by the trustees  Add Mss 20,411  21 June 1909 - 16 April 1912

9 docs

Agreement  Add Mss 20,412  24 November 1913

Contents:
Between (a) William Henry Mitchell of 45 Estelle Road, London, gent., (b) Amy Mitchell of Priddy Wells, co. Somerset, and (c) Maurice John Mitchell of Sutherland House, Hyde Park, London, gent., and the said William Henry Mitchell, concerning the appointment of the Public Trustee as trustee of the will of Mrs. Emma Farndell Martin in the place of (c) and the application of the trust funds

Miscellaneous testamentary records  Add Mss 20,413 - 20,416  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. May, May and Merrimans, 12 South Square, Gray's Inn, London, WC1, formerly Messrs. Ravenscroft, Woodward and Co., per the British Records Association, September 1978


Probate copy of will, dated 10 September 1860, of Timothy Breese of Littlehampton, gent. Proved at Chichester  Add Mss 20,413  24 May 1862

Probate copy of will, dated 24 October 1863, of Lucy Cartwright of Worthing, widow. Proved at Chichester  Add Mss 20,414  15 November 1867

Letters of Administration of the estate of Elizabeth Hunt of 3 Sudley Road, Bognor, wife of John Hunt. Granted at Chichester  Add Mss 20,415  5 October 1880

Probate copy of will, dated 31 August 1881, of Mary Ann Lawson of Littlehampton, widow. Proved at Chichester  Add Mss 20,416  24 September 1884

Title deeds relating to an estate at Billingshurst belonging to James Wilson of Gratwick House  Add Mss 20,417 - 20,424  1822-1884

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. Maples, Teesdale and Co., 15 Southampton Place, London WC1, per the British Records Association, September 1978


Conveyance of reversionary interest (lease and release)  Add Mss 20,417-20,418  1,2 November 1822

Contents:
From (a) Daniel Holden of Billingshurst, yeo., by the direction of (b) Thomas Clear of Great House, Billingshurst, gent. and Charles Farhall of Clarks Land, Billingshurst, gent., executors of the will of his father, Thomas Holden of Winstrells Wood, Billingshurst, yeo., to (c) Pilfold Medwin of Horsham, gent. upon trust to sell the same
Messuage (in two tenements) in East Lane, Billingshurst, near the Vicarage House, with the garden and piece of ground belonging, in occupation of William Greenfield and John Bridger

Mortgage in Fee Simple, in consideration of £50, from (a) Daniel Holden of Billingshurst, yeo., to (b) the Rev. Henry Beath, clerk, Vicar of Billingshurst  Add Mss 20,419  21 November 1848

Contents:
Property described as in Add Mss 20,417-20,418 (now in occupation of Thomas Baker and Thomas Jeal)
Endorsed: 6 February 1882. Reconveyance, in consideration of principal sum and interest, from (a) Henry Ireland of Billingshurst, farmer, and Gulielma Maria Beath of Billingshurst, spinster, devisees of the will of the said Henry Beath, to (b) Mary Whitmore, wife of William Whitmore of Merlow, co. Surrey, esq

Conveyance, in consideration of £120  Add Mss 20,420  7 January 1857

Contents:
From (a) George Holden of Billingshurst, labourer, to (b) James Trower of Billingshurst, shopkeeper, and Thomas Baker of Billingshurst, bricklayer, his trustee
Property described as in Add Mss 20,419 (now in occupation of (a))

Conveyance, in consideration of £1090  Add Mss 20,421  11 January 1872

Contents:
From (a) John Naldrett Farhall of Tillington, gent., Barbara Clear of Portland Street, Fareham, co. Hants, widow, and Emma Clear of Fareham, co. Hants, spinster, to (b) James Wilson of Felpham House, Felpham, esq
Messuage, barn, hovel, and six closes of land called Charmans or Lockyers in Billingshurst (20a.), formerly in occupation of Thomas Gratwicke, and since of Thomas Worsfield, Hannah Charman, [] Pilfold, Richard Smart, Levi Wadey, and Thomas Lander
Recites: (i) 11,12 July 1806. Conveyance of said property in consideration of £1050, from (a) Joseph Howlett Fenner and Edward Bray, by the direction of (b) George Allen Aylwin and Hannah his wife and Mary Cooper, to (c) Arthur Greenfield of Pulborough, yeo
(ii) 19 January 1822. Will of the said Arthur Greenfield by which the said property was devised to Charles Farhall, John Naldrett Farhall, and Joseph Clear, their heirs, executors, and administrators, upon trust
(iii) 3 June 1871. Chancery decree in suit 'Greenfield v. Clear' ordering the sale of the said property
(iv) 12 September 1871. Sale by public auction of the said property at the Kings Arms Inn, Billingshurst to the said James Wilson for the sum of £1090

Mortgage in Fee Simple, in consideration of £3500  Add Mss 20,422  2 February 1822

Contents:
From (a) James Wilson of Gratwicke House, Billingshurst, civil engineer, to (b) the Rev. Henry Reymundo Fortescue of East Allington Mounts, co. Devon, clerk, and Robert Taunton Raikes of 24 Coleman Street, City of London, solicitor
I Property described as in Add Mss 20,421 (now in occupation of (a))
II Captial messuage called Gratwick House, with outbuildings, garden, and orchard belonging, on E. side of Billingshurst Street in Billingshurst, formerly in occupation of Henry Carnsew and since of (a). (This house having been built on the site of a messuage called Hill House)
III Messuage, with garden belonging (2r.0p) in Billinghurst adjoining to a messuage and garden belonging to James Sadler, esq. on the N., to part of the said garden and to a public footpath on the E., to the road from Billingshurst to Shipley on the S., and to a road over the manorial waste to a stable and buildings belonging to the said James Sadler on the W. formerly in occupation of James Foice and since of (a). (This house lying opposite to II)
Recites: That by a mortgage dated 20 August 1879, certain property had been conveyed from (a) to (b) to secure payment of the principal sum of £4000, and that the repayment of that sum was to be further secured upon the property described above

Conveyance, in consideration of £170, from (a) William Whitmore of Fairlawn Villas, Merton, co. Surrey, gent., and Mary his wife, to (b) James Wilson of Gratwicks, Billingshurst, esq  Add Mss 20,423  30 March 1882

Contents:
Property described as in Add Mss 20,417-20,418 (now in occupation of William Trower and the Rev. W. Barlee)
Attached: 30 March 1882. Certificate for the Acknowledgement of Deeds by Married Women relating to the said conveyance

Mortgage in Fee Simple, in consideration of £250, from (a) James Wilson of Gratwicke, Billingshurst, engineer, to (b) Mary Elizabeth Waite of Dresden, Saxony, widow  Add Mss 20,424  17 November 1884

Contents:
Property described as in Add Mss 20,423

Title deeds and related papers concerning property at Prinsted, Westbourne  Add Mss 20,425 - 20,457  1855-1958

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. A.F. and R.W. Tweedie, 5 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2, per the British Records Association, September 1978


Conveyance, in consideration of £410  Add Mss 20,425  11 July 1855

Contents:
From (a) John Brown, Clavell Filliter, and Freeland Filliter, all of Castle Garden, Wareham, co. Dorset, gents., to (b) Richard Kelsey of Prinsted, Westbourne, yeo
Messuage, with outbuildings, offices, yards, garden, orchard, and arable land called Home Field thereto belonging, at Prinsted, Westbourne (3a 2r 3p), numbered 38 to 41 on the Tithe Map for Westbourne, and adjoining to lands belonging to Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Newlands, and Mrs. Bignell on the N., to lands belonging to the representatives of Joseph Harfield decd. on the S., to an occupation road on the E., and to the highway on the W. In occupation of (b)
Recites: (i) 17 March 1855. Settlement between (a) the said John Brown, (b) Elizabeth Conway, (c) George Filliter the younger, (d) Henry Squire and Christiana his wife, (e) Elizabeth Squire, (f) John Cropper and Ann Freeland his wife, (g) the said George Filliter the younger, Thomas Hunter and Sarah his wife, the said Clavell Filliter, Freeland Filliter, and Henry Filliter, (h) the said John Brown and Henry Squire, (i) Giles Brown Conway and (j) the said John Brown, Clavell Filliter, and Freeland Filliter, whereby certain property at Westbourne devised by the will of Sarah Brown of Wareham, widow, and by the will of Elizabeth Brown, sister of the said Sarah Brown, was conveyed to the said John Brown, Clavell Filliter, and Freeland Filliter upon trust to sell the same

Mortgage in Fee Simple, to secure the sum of £250, from (a) Richard Kelsey of Prinsted, Westbourne, yeo., to (b) John Brown of Castle Garden, Wareham, co. Dorset, gent  Add Mss 20,426  19 July 1855

Contents:
Property described as in Add Mss 20,425

Conveyance, in consideration of two sums of £300 and £250  Add Mss 20,427  17 May 1866

Contents:
From (a) Richard Kelsey of Prinsted, Westbourne, yeo., and (b) John Brown of Castle Garden, Wareham, co. Dorset, gent., to (c) Nathaniel Frary Miller, formerly of New York, United States of America, merchant, and since of Timperly, co. Cheshire, gent
Property described as in Add Mss 20,425
By this deed, the said property is conveyed to (c) in consideration of £300 paid to (a) and £250 paid to (b) in repayment of the mortgage debt due under the indenture of 19 July 1855, (Add Mss 20,426)

Conveyance  Add Mss 20,428  23 May 1866

Contents:
By (a) Nathaniel Frary Miller, formerly of New York, United States of America, merchant, and since of Timperly, co. Cheshire, gent., to (b) Edward Henry Clark of Botley, co. Hants, miller, upon trust for (c) Margaret Miller, wife of (a) and niece of Richard Kelsey of Prinsted, Westbourne, yeo
Property described as in Add Mss 20,425

Conveyance, in consideration of two sums of £180 and £180  Add Mss 20,429  29 September 1877

Contents:
From (a) John Hewett Osmond of Westbourne, gent., William Turner Hipkin formerly of West Dean and since of Stoughton, yeo., and Joseph Proctor Benwell of Chichester, bank manager, (b) Mary Hipkin of Westbourne, spinster, (c) the said John Hewett Osmond and (d) Ellen Martha Osmond of Westbourne, spinster, and Laura Annie Osmond of Westbourne, spinster, to (e) Margaret Miller of Prinsted, widow
Piece of arable land, part of a piece of land formerly called Five Acres, at Prinsted, Westbourne (2a 2r 18p), numbered 362 on the Tithe Map for Westbourne, and adjoining partly to another part of the said piece and partly to lands belonging to (c) on the E., to lands formerly belonging to Richard Kelsey and since to (e) on the S., to Prinsted Lane on the W., and to the road from Portsmouth to Chichester on the N
Recites: (i) 11 December 1867. Will of George Hipkin of Aldsworth, Westbourne, yeo., by which the said property was devised to the use of (a) upon trust, as to one moiety thereof, for (b), his daughter, and as to the other moiety thereof, for Ellen Elizabeth Osmond, wife of (c) and other daughter of the said George Hipkin
(ii) That the said Ellen Elizabeth Osmond had died on 8 June 1871, and that (d), her only surviving children, were entitled to her moiety of the said property
(iii) 19 June 1877. Sale by public auction at the Crown Inn, Emsworth, of the said property, together with certain other hereditaments, and purchase of the said property, described as Lot 2 at the sale, by James Terry of Lumley, Westbourne, merchant, for £360
(iv) That it had been agreed that (e) be substituted for the said James Terry as purchaser of the said property
By this deed (a), at the request of (b) and (d), convey the said property to (e) in consideration of £180 paid to (b) and £180 paid to (c) and (d)

"Abstract of the Title of the Devisees in trust named in the Will of the late Mr. George Hipkin to freehold land and hereditaments situate at Prinsted in the Parish of Westbourne in the County of Sussex"  Add Mss 20,430  1877

Conveyance  Add Mss 20,431  22 May 1888

Contents:
From (a) William Horatio Harfield of Sunbury Court, Sunbury on Thames, co. Middlesex, Lieutenant Colonel in Yeomanry, to (b) Margaret Miller of 9 Craven Gardens, Ealing, co. Middlesex, widow
I Piece of land at Prinsted, Westbourne, being the northern part of number 482 on the Tithe Map for Westbourne, and adjoining to the street leading to the road from Emsworth to Chichester on the W., to property belonging to (b) on the N. and W., and to property belonging to (a) on the SE
II Stable, pigsty, and granary erected on I
Plan, with dimensions, included
By this deed, (a) conveys the said property to (b) on condition that she shall within three months erect a brick and stone wall along the south and east sides of the said property

Conveyance, in consideration of £1537 10s.0d., from (a) Margaret Miller of 9 Craven Gardens, Ealing, co. Middlesex, widow, to (b) Frank Lucas Deacon of Teignmouth, co. Devon, merchant  Add Mss 20,432  8 November 1909

Contents:
I Messuage called Fraryhurst, with outbuildings, offices, yards, garden, orchard, and piece of arable land called Home Field at Prinsted, Westbourne (3a 2r 3p), as described in Add Mss 20,425-20,428
II Piece of arable land, part of a piece of land formerly called Five Acres, at Prinsted, Westbourne (2a 2r 18p), as described in Add Mss 20,429-20,430
III Piece of land at Prinsted, Westbourne, being the northern part of number 482 on the Tithe Map for Westbourne, as described in Add Mss 20,431
Plan included
Attached: 8 November 1909. Statement by (b) that he was residing temporarily with F.W. Warren, manager of National Provincial Bank at Teignmouth, co. Devon, having previously been resident in Buenos Aires

Mortgage in Fee Simple, to secure the sum of £1450  Add Mss 20,433  23 April 1912

Contents:
From (a) Arthur Broadley Perkins of 35 Campion Road, Putney, co. Surrey, gent., to (b) Frank Lucas Deacon of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, merchant
Property described as in Add Mss 20,432
Recites: That (a) was seised in fee simple in possession of the said property, and that (b) had agreed to advance the sum of £1450 to (a) upon security of the said property

Conveyance, in consideration of £65  Add Mss 20,434  7 January 1914

Contents:
From (a) Charles John Jones of Clayhall, Steine Road, Southbourne, builder, to (b) Arthur Broadley Perkins of Friaryhurst, Prinsted, Westbourne, gent
Piece of land at Southbourne on the south side of a newly formed road called The Crescent (leading out of the south side of the main road from Emsworth to Chichester opposite Southbourne Church)
Plan, with dimensions, included
Attached: 20 January 1914. Letter from (a) to (b) concerning the hedging of the eastern boundary of the said piece of land

Lease for 7 years at £80 p.a  Add Mss 20,435  6 July 1918

Contents:
From (a) Arthur Broadley Perkins of Bognor, Lieutenant Colonel, to (b) Margaret Florence Ricardo and Muriel Emma Ricardo, of Bure Homage, Christchurch, co. Hants, spinsters
Messuage called Fraryhurst, with stables, coachhouse, outbuildings, greenhouse, gardens, orchard, and three meadows adjoining, in Prinsted Lane, Westbourne
Detailed covenants included and schedule of fixtures in each room in the house

Counterpart of Add Mss 20,435  Add Mss 20,436  6 July 1918

Reconveyance, in consideration of the repayment of the principal sum of £1450  Add Mss 20,437  27 October 1919

Contents:
From (a) Frank Lucas Deacon formerly of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, and since of Castle House, Dartmouth, co. Devon, merchant, to (b) Arthur Broadley Perkins of Rockbeare, Havant Road, Emsworth, co. Hants, gent
Property described as in Add Mss 20,433

Conveyance, in consideration of £2600  Add Mss 20,438  1 June 1922

Contents:
From (a) Arthur Broadley Perkins of Rockbeare, Emsworth, co. Hants, Lieutenant Colonel, to (b) Margaret Florence Ricardo, Olive Hope Ricardo, and Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, spinsters
Property described as in Add Mss 20,432
Plan included
Endorsed: (i) 6 September 1955. Memorandum re conveyance of piece of land at Prinsted, containing 0.8 acres, and being the western portion of O.S. No. 69 on the 1898 map, to Walter James King
(ii) 2 June 1958. Memorandum re conveyance of piece of land at Prinsted, being plot number 19 Frarydene, to Peter Hill Jackson-Sytner
(iii) 10 December 1959. Memorandum re conveyance of piece of land at Prinsted, being plot number 17 Frarydene, to Ernest Frederick Smith

Conveyance, in consideration of £40  Add Mss 20,439  26 August 1922

Contents:
From (a) Arthur Broadley Perkins of Rockbeare, Emsworth, co. Hants, Lieutenant Colonel, to (b) Margaret Florence Ricardo, Olive Hope Ricardo, and Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, spinsters
Property described as in Add Mss 20,434

Agreement  Add Mss 20,440  17 January 1924

Contents:
Between (a) Charles John Jones of Clayhall, Southbourne, builder, and (b) Margaret Florence Ricardo, Olive Hope Ricardo, and Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, spinsters, concerning the construction of a water main in The Crescent at Southbourne

Mortgage in Fee Simple, to secure the sum of £1800  Add Mss 20,441  17 August 1927

Contents:
From (a) Margaret Florence Ricardo, Olive Hope Ricardo, and Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, spinsters, to (b) Richard Arthur Burrows of 27 Chancery Lane, London, solicitor, and Charles Spottiswoode Weir of 5 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, solicitor
I Property described in Add Mss 20,438 and 20,439
II Messuage, lands, and premises called Henfield House at Prinsted (described in a conveyance dated 17 August 1927 from William Bailey to (b))
Endorsed: (i) 19 April 1928. Further Charge, in consideration of the sum of £500, from (a) the said Margaret Florence Ricardo, Olive Hope Ricardo, and Muriel Emma Ricardo to (b) the said Richard Arthur Burrows and Charles Spottiswoode Weir
(ii) 17 November 1930. Receipt of (a) the said Richard Arthur Burrows and Charles Spottiswoode Weir for payment of the sum of £2,200 11s. 8d., being the balance of the principal sum outstanding, by (b) the said Margaret Florence Ricardo, Olive Hope Ricardo, and Muriel Emma Ricardo

Yearly Tenancy Agreement, at 5s. 0d. per week  Add Mss 20,442  14 May 1936

Contents:
Between (a) Ivor George Hill of Milano, Radley Road, Abingdon, co. Berks, surveyor and sanitary inspector, George John Jones of Meiringen, Goldsmith Avenue, Portsmouth, retired schoolmaster, and Cuthbert Blagden Tompkins of 42 East Street, Chichester, solicitor, being the personal representatives of Mrs. A.L. Hill decd., and (b) Margaret Florence Ricardo, Olive Hope Ricardo, and Muriel Emma Ricardo, of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, Westbourne, spinsters
Piece of orchard ground at Southbourne, lying on the south side of the road from Emsworth to Chichester, and at the rear of the premises called Cyprus Villa in the occupation of Cecil William Honney
Plan, with dimensions, included

Conveyance, in consideration of £390  Add Mss 20,443  10 February 1948

Contents:
From (a) George John Jones of 53 Goldsmith Avenue, Southsea, co. Hants, gent., and Cuthbert Blagden Tompkins of East Street, Chichester, solicitor, being the personal representatives of Mrs. Alice Louisa Hill of The Haven, The Drive, Southbourne, decd., to (b) Margaret Florence Ricardo and Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, Westbourne, spinsters
Property described as in Add Mss 20,442
(Dimensions slightly different)
Plan, with dimensions, included
Attached: 4 February 1948. H.M. Land Registry, Land Charges Act, 1925. Application for an Official Search, on behalf of Messrs. A.F. and R.W. Tweedie, 5 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, solicitors, of the index to the Land Charges Register for entries relating to the said property

Acknowledgement for Production of Title Deeds  Add Mss 20,444  4 March 1948

Contents:
From (a) George John Jones of 53 Goldsmith Avenue, Southsea, co. Hants., gent., and Cuthbert Blagden Tompkins of East Street, Chichester, solicitor, being the personal representatives of Mrs. Alice Louisa Hill decd., to (b) Margaret Florence Ricardo and Muriel Emma Ricardo of Friaryhurst, Prinsted, Westbourne, spinsters

Abstract of Title of the trustees of Mrs. Alice Louisa Hill to property called Cyprus Villa at Prinsted  Add Mss 20,445  1948

Supplemental Abstract of Title of the trustees of Mrs. Alice Louisa Hill to property at Prinsted  Add Mss 20,446  1948

High Court of Justice. Principal Probate Registry  Add Mss 20,447  18 July 1955

Contents:
Appointment of administrator and statement of valuation of the estate of Margaret Florence Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, Westbourne, spinster. Copy

Deed of Appointment and Declaration by Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, spinster, concerning her interest in the abovesaid property at Prinsted  Add Mss 20,448  1 September 1955

Assent  Add Mss 20,449  2 September 1955

Contents:
Assent of Donald Hubert Turner, General Manager, on behalf of Lloyds Bank Limited, being the personal representatives of Margaret Florence Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, Westbourne, spinster, decd., to the vesting of her interest in the property called Fraryhurst and Garston, and the orchard adjoining, at Prinsted, in Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst aforesaid

Copy of resolutions passed by the directors of Lloyds Bank Limited at a meeting of the Board on 3 June 1955  Add Mss 20,450  2 September 1955

Contents:
Concerning the powers of Donald Hubert Turner, James Shepley, and Reginald Clare Battams of the Executor and Trustee Department of the Bank

Abstract of Title of Miss Muriel Emma Ricardo to property at Prinsted  Add Mss 20,451  1955

Copy Will of Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, Westbourne, spinster, by which her property is devised unto her niece Rosemary Esther Ricardo  Add Mss 20,452  13 February 1957

Conveyance  Add Mss 20,453  10 June 1957

Contents:
From (a) Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, spinster, to (b) Frank Ricardo of Silwood House, Winchester, co. Hants, gent., and Forbes Spottiswoode Weir of 5 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, Solicitor
Property at Frarydene, Prinsted, laid out for building plots
Plan included
Recites: That the said property had been laid out for sale as building plots, and that, for reasons of ill health, (a) had requested (b) to complete the conveyancing of each plot to the individual purchasers
Endorsed: Memoranda of conveyances of individual plots of the said property
(i) 2 June 1958. Plot number 19 to Peter Hill Jackson-Sytner
(ii) 22 December 1958. Plot number 18 to Frank Jones
(iii) 15 January 1959. Plot number 16 to Ernest Frederick Smith
(iv) 2 February 1959. Plot number 1 to Frank Jones
(v) 21 May 1959. Plot number 15 to Ernest Frederick Smith
(vi) 1 June 1959. Plot number 8 to Dudley Maurice Sweetland
(vii) 1 June 1959. Plot number 9 to Angus Norman Galbraith and Grace Mary Galbraith
(viii) 5 August 1959. Plot number 14 to Ernest Frederick Smith
(ix) 27 October 1959. Plot numbers 3-6 to Frank Jones, builder
(x) 27 November 1959. Plot number 11 to Donald Hooker
(xi) 10 December 1959. Plot number 17 to Ernest Frederick Smith
(xii) 27 June 1961. A strip of land abutting to O.S. number 673 on plan to D.R. Sadler of Emsworth, builder

Agreement for sale of land for £4,600  Add Mss 20,454  26 June 1957

Contents:
By (a) Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, Westbourne, spinster, to (b) S.J.C. Construction Company Limited of Ormonde House, 26-27 St. James's Street, London SW1
Property at Prinsted
Plan included
Recites: That (b) shall be entitled to take possession of the said property for the purpose of putting in a new road and of developing the remainder of the land as building plots

Tithe Redemption Commission. Redemption of Annuities charged under the Tithe Acts, 1936 and 1951  Add Mss 20,455  14 August 1957

Contents:
Receipt of payment for redemption by Messrs. A.F. and R.W. Tweedie, 5 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, on behalf of Miss M.E. Ricardo

High Court of Justice. Principal Probate Registry  Add Mss 20,456  3 January 1958

Contents:
Appointment of administrator and statement of valuation of the estate of Muriel Emma Ricardo of Fraryhurst, Prinsted, Westbourne, spinster. Copy

Certificate of Redemption of Land Tax on house and land at Friaryhurst, Prinsted  Add Mss 20,457  30 April 1958

Contents:
In the name of Rosemary Esther Ricardo, of The Moat House, Wilton, Salisbury, co. Wilts, executrix of the will of Muriel Emma Ricardo, decd

Deeds of 326 Brighton Road, Shoreham  Add Mss 20,458 - 20,459  1863

Archival history:
Transferred from the Modern Records Centre, November 1978
Formerly D 5811

Abstract of the title of William P. Gorringe to land in the parish of Kingston, reciting from 24 March 1845  Add Mss 20,458  1863

Conveyance, in consideration of £100, from (a) William Pennington Gorringe of Kingston House in Kingston-by-Sea, to (b) William Sugden Gates of New Shoreham, gent  Add Mss 20,459  2 July 1863

Contents:
Piece of land in Kingston-by-Sea called West Greenfield, abuttals given, on the Brighton and Shoreham Turnpike Road

Deeds of 58 New Road, Shoreham  Add Mss 20,460 - 20,472  1878-1896

Archival history:
Transferred from the Modern Records Centre, November 1978
Formerly D 5240

Contents:
Piece of copyhold ground parcel of larger piece of ground at New Shoreham, being 34ft. from N. to S., and 19ft. 9in. from E. to W. on N. and 19ft. 3in. on S., abutting N. on New Road, S. on Lower Road, and E. and W. on messuages; together with 23 New Road, Shoreham by Sea; and piece of ground used as a drying ground on S. side of Lower Road, abutting on River Adur, immediately opposite the other piece of ground

Abstract of title of Alfred Merrix to a piece of copyhold ground in New Shoreham held of the Borough and Manor of New Shoreham  Add Mss 20,460  1878

Deed of covenant to accompany surrender, from (a) Alfred Merrix of New Shoreham, marine surveyor, to (b) Alexander Sinclair, ship owner  Add Mss 20,461  26 January 1878

Copy of Court Roll of Borough and Manor of New Shoreham. Admission of Alexander Sinclair on the surrender of Alfred Merrix  Add Mss 20,462  2 February 1878

Borough and Manor of New Shoreham  Add Mss 20,463  27 October 1882

Contents:
Extract from the Minutes of the Court Baron concerning the death of Alexander Sinclair, his intestacy, and the statement by J.D. Sinclair of Rosedale, Jersey in Illinois as to the distribution of the property

Copy of Court Roll of Borough and Manor of New Shoreham. Admission of Allen Wilson Sinclair of 176 Fountainbridge, Edinburgh  Add Mss 20,464  24 December 1891

Insurance certificate of Allen Wilson Sinclair with the Atlas Assurance Company for £400, of 23 New Road  Add Mss 20,465  20 January 1893

Abstract of two deeds, dated 22 July 1882 and 19 June 1885, by which property became vested in Allen Wilson Sinclair  Add Mss 20,466  1896

Covenant to absolutely surrender nos. 23 and 58 New Road, in consideration of £250  Add Mss 20,467, 20,468  11 December 1896

Contents:
From (a) Allen Wilson Sinclair, to (b) Jacob Denyer of New Shoreham, master mariner, with acknowledgement as to title deeds

Acknowledgement of right to production of title deeds from (a) Jacob Denyer, to (b) Thomas Frederick Gates of New Shoreham, sanitary inspector  Add Mss 20,469  19 December 1896

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of New Shoreham. Admission of Jacob Denyer on the surrender of Allen Wilson Sinclair  Add Mss 20,470  22 December 1896

Mortgage for £200 and interest  Add Mss 20,471  23 December 1896

Contents:
From (a) Jacob Denyer, to (b) the Brighton and Sussex Equitable Permanent Benefit Building Society, and (c) Richard Alexander Bevan and Marriage Wallis of Brighton, their trustees

Copy of Court Roll of Manor of New Shoreham  Add Mss 20,472  23 December 1896

Contents:
Conditional Surrender, in consideration of £200, by Jacob Denyer to the Brighton and Sussex Equitable Permanent Benefit Building Society

Miscellaneous musical and artistic papers of Charles Henry Buxton Jaques  Add Mss 20,473 - 20,479  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Mrs. D.M. Lampard of Headley Down, Bordon, Hants., October 1978


Charles H.B. Jaques, Music in Macedonia  Add Mss 20,473  n.d

Contents:
Including his music for the three pantomimes, 'Dick Whittington', 1915, 'Aladdin in Macedonia', 1916, 1917, 'Bluebeard', 1917

Frank Kenchington, Dick Whittington. A Pantomime  Add Mss 20,474  1916

Contents:
Charles H.B. Jaques wrote some of the music, accompanied the performances at the piano, painted the scenery, and illustrated the programme with watercolour portraits

Guide to Dr. Johnson's House, 17 Gough Square  Add Mss 20,475  n.d

Contents:
Inserted are letters to Jaques from Cecil Harmsworth and Arthur Earle. Jacques painted the copy of Reynold's portrait of Dr. Johnson that now hangs in the house

Miscellaneous papers of Charles H.B. Jaques, including theatre programmes, and photographs when he was with the 85th Ambulance  Add Mss 20,476  nd

Miscellaneous papers of Charles H.B. Jaques concerning his portrait painting and his musical performance  Add Mss 20,477  nd

Catalogue of Paintings and Drawings by Charles Jaques at the St. John's Wood Art School  Add Mss 20,478  1921

Contents:
Enclosures relate to Jaques's copy of Murillo's, Holy Family, and two panels in Bow Church

Miscellaneous papers of the Jaques family  Add Mss 20,479  No date

Contents:
Including inter alia a letter to J. Jaques from Samuel Wilberforce, an unaddressed letter from Ann Dewar, a silhouette of Ann Jaques, née Drew, and the announcement of the birth of Charles William Jaques

Miscellaneous deeds, 1329-1850, and pedigrees of the Bowyer, Buckton, Denton, Merrick and Peachey families  Add Mss 20,480 - 20,557  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: Presented by the British Records Association [provenance unknown], November 1950


SOUTH BERSTED  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Messuage and 3 parcels of land (10a) in North Bersted

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Aldwick, with counterpart. Surrender by Benjamin Watson and Ann, his wife, to the use of Thomas Woodyer  Add Mss 20,480, 20,481  29 June 1698

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Aldwick. Admission of Thomas Woodyer  Add Mss 20,482  23 April 1707

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Aldwick. Admission of Penelope Woodyer, dau. of William Woodyer  Add Mss 20,483  16 April 1729

HARDHAM  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Tenement, garden and 15a. land in Hardham

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Hardham. Admission of Ann Peckham  Add Mss 20,484  6 July 1665

Answers of Mary Coles, widow, and Penelope Coles, her infant dau., defendants in a bill of complaint brought by William Woodyer and Elizabeth, his wife  Add Mss 20,485  7 June 1709

Answers of Walter Coles, gent., defendant in a bill of complaint brought by William Woodyer and Elizabeth, his wife  Add Mss 20,486  25 June 1709

Draft notes concerning the rights of Elizabeth, née Tippett, wife of Christopher Coles, to copyhold lands in Hardham Manor  Add Mss 20,487  n.d

Letter to John Fagge of Glinley near Lewes, from William Wight, concerning the disputed copyhold  Add Mss 20,488  1 December 1740

Receipted bill for £11 13s. 7d. from John Martyr to Mr. Merrick and his wife, and Susannah and Penelope Woodyer, for a Common Recovery  Add Mss 20,489  23 December 1754

Copies of surrender of (a) Penelope Potenger, née Coles to the uses of (b) Elizabeth Stevens, wife of John Merrick, Susannah and Penelope Woodyer, with quitclaim from (b) to (a)  Add Mss 20,490  n.d

HELLINGLY  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Tenement and 16a. lands called Marlings and Longfields in Hellingly

Conveyance (lease and release, lease for a year missing), in consideration of £240  Add Mss 20,491  [18], 19 May 1688

Contents:
From (a) Richard Durrant of Street in Framfield, gent., and (b) Richard Page of Hellingly, to (c) Anthony Chilley of Etchingham
Badly eaten by rodents

Abstract of Title of John Fuller, reciting from 26 June 1565 to 1 October 1741  Add Mss 20,492  c.1741

Copy of will of James Merricks of Hellingly, esq  Add Mss 20,493  21 December 1818

KIRDFORD  [no ref. or date]

Lease for 10 years, from (a) William ate Purye of Kirdford, son of the late John ate Purye, to (b) Richard ate Purye, his brother  Add Mss 20,494  7 May 1329

Contents:
Part of tenement at la Garston in Kirdford, shared by (a) with his brothers Robert and John, and granted to them by their father
Witnesses: William de Croftes, William le Gondevyl, Richard de Sliffhurst, John de Badekfold, John Felip, Robert Felip and others

Grant, from (a) Henry Strodewyke to (b) William Mechewyke of Goundevyl, and Alice his wife  Add Mss 20,495  20 September 1464


Related information: Counterpart of Add Mss 3778

Contents:
Lands, tenements, rents and services in Kirdford, held by (a) with John Rysebrigger jun., of Wonersh by feoffment from (b) [Add Mss 3772]
To the use of (b)'s heirs and afterwards to Richard Mechewyke, his kinsman, and his heirs
Witnesses: John Lorde, Vicar of Kirdford, John Crymborne, Thomas Strodewyke, Richard Londethorp, Stephen ate Hill, and others
Given at Kirdford

Quitclaim, in consideration of £1,500, from (a) Alice Woodyer of Chichester, dau. of Thomas Woodyer of Chichester, decd., to (b) William Woodyer of Chichester, gent., brother of (a)  Add Mss 20,496  15 May 1724

Contents:
Tenement called Gownfeild in Kirdford, tenements called Gownfeilds, Newick, Hammes and Midland, two water corn Mills under one roof called Gownfeild Mills, 200a. land called Mill Lands all in Kirdford

Rental stating that Ann Stanley holds Gownfeilds in Kirdford for life, pays no rent but suit of court, and shall make 17p paling round part of N. park  Add Mss 20,497  16 March 1614

Tenement called Rowlands and 7a. land in Kirdford in the Manor of Pallingham  [no ref. or date]

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Pallingham. Admission of Thomas Woodyer of Chichester, gent., on the surrender of Gregory Hurst  Add Mss 20,498  6 September 1687

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Pallingham. Surrender by Thomas Woodyer to the uses of his will  Add Mss 20,499  6 September 1687

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Pallingham  Add Mss 20,500  1706

Contents:
Draft surrender by William Woodyer, son and heir of Thomas Woodyer, to the use of himself for life, then to Elizabeth Coles, his future wife, and her heirs

Receipt of William Woodyer for a fine for an admission in Pallingham Manor  Add Mss 20,501  27 August 1716

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Pallingham. Admission of Elizabeth Stevens Merricks, wife of John Merricks and dau. and heir of William Woodyer  Add Mss 20,502  5 September 1743

NORTH MUNDHAM  [no ref. or date]

Probate copy of will, 18 January 1612/3, of Richard Aylwin of Crimsham in Pagham, yeo  Add Mss 20,503  21 April 1613

Petition to the King by Thomas Bowyer, against the threat of disinheritance by his father, Sir Thomas Bowyer, with associated papers  Add Mss 20,504  23 June 1637

Will of Thomas Bowyer of Leythorne, bart  Add Mss 20,505  2 January 1648/9

Conveyance, in consideration of £550, from (a) Thomas Bowyer of North Mundham, to (b) William Peckham of Aldingbourne, and (c) John Peckham of Halnaker in Boxgrove, gent  Add Mss 20,506  20 October 1653

Contents:
Manor of Roughton [Runcton] in North Mundham, with the appropriate Rectory and appurtenances

Lease for 64½ years, at an annual rent of a peppercorn, in consideration of £2,868 paid to Henry Bowyer by Henry Peckham, and 5s. paid to (a) by (b)  Add Mss 20,507  15 August 1655

Contents:
From (a) William Stidolph of Loesdley, co. Surrey, esq., Thomas Payne, sen. of Petworth, gent., Thomas Bowyer of the Old Jewry, London, merchant, Thomas Peckham of Rumboldswhyke, gent., and Henry Bowyer of North Mundham, gent., to (b) Henry Peckham of Chichester, esq., Henry Goring of Highden in Washington, esq., and George Edmunds of Arundel, gent
Manor of Roughton [Runcton], with the appropriate Rectory, excepting the Pales round Leythorne Park, land called Juberfeild, Brickcrofts, Wheatlands and Stonycroft, Runcton Watermill, Bragglee Mill, tithes of Bramber in North Mundham, 2a. land called Holneys copyhold, and tithes of Keynor Farm in Sidlesham

Will of Henry Peckham of Chichester, Kt  Add Mss 20,508  28 February 1672/3

Bond in £2,000 from (a) William Peckham of Chichester, esq., to (b) Thomas Woodyer of North Mundham, gent  Add Mss 20,509  12 October 1676

Settlement (lease and two releases) on the intended marriage of Thomas Woodyer and Alice Peachey, and in consideration of £1,500  Add Mss 20,510-20,512  6,7 January 1680/1

Contents:
From (a) Thomas Woodyer of Runcton in North Mundham, gent., to (b) William Peachey of Petworth, esq., John Peachey of Petworth, gent., and Alice Peachey of Petworth, spinster
Capital messuage and buildings, and 4a. land abutting W. on Runcton Common and E. on Saltham Coppice; 40a. land called Orenges, 100a. land abutting N. on land from Cow Mersh to Saltham Coppice, and tithes on all these properties, all being in North Mundham; with moiety of a barn and 18a. land in Merston; and a barn and Forbridge Lands in Pagham

Assignment of residue of term of lease for 64½ years, in consideration of £25  Add Mss 20,513  18 July 1688

Contents:
From (a) William Noyce of North Mundham, yeo., and Robert Harding of North Mundham, yeo., to (b) Thomas Woodyer, late of North Mundham, but now of Chichester, gent
Tenement and garden in North Mundham against the walnut tree in Leythorne Park

Lease for 11 years, at an annual rent of £122, from (a) Thomas Woodyer of Chichester, gent., to (b) Richard Streetin of Runcton, yeo  Add Mss 20,514  10 October 1698

Contents:
Messuage, barns and 140a. lands parcel of Runcton Farm, with the great and small tithes, 10a. called Wilson's, with the great tithes, all in North Mundham; 14a. land an 1½a. meadow of copyhold land in North Mundham; and 28a. in Pagham

Articles of Agreement  Add Mss 20,515  13 March 1737

Contents:
Between (a) John Merricks, jun., of North Mundham, yeo., and Elizabeth Stevens, his wife, dau. and coheir of the late William Woodyer of Chichester, esq., decd., and (b) John Meers Fagge of Glynlye, esq., relating to property in Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex, under the will of William Woodyer

Conveyance (lease and release, release missing), in consideration of 10s. from (a) Elizabeth Stevens Merricks of Hellingly, to (b) Anna and Penelope Woodyer  Add Mss 20,516  June 1769

Contents:
Lands in North Mundham and Pagham in occ. of John Randell

Letters of Administration in the estate of John Merricks granted to Elizabeth Stevens Merricks, his widow  Add Mss 20,517  8 July 1769

Copy of the will and three codicils of Dame Elizabeth Peachey  Add Mss 20,518  13 April 1803

Faculty for a new pew in North Mundham Church  Add Mss 20,519  5 April 1805

Letters of Administration in the estate of Richard Merricks granted to William Henry Merricks, his son  Add Mss 20,520  26 August 1814

PAGHAM  [no ref. or date]

Bond in £100, from (a) Charles Young of Arundel, gent., to (b) Thomas Woodyer of Runcton  Add Mss 20,521  8 September 1686

Contents:
Meadow (20a.) called the Moore at Forbridge in Nyetimber, Pagham

PULBOROUGH  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Capital messuage and lands called Puttocks Place and 90a. land called Puttock Lillies and Blakes; 2 tenements, gardens, storehouses, wharf and shipyard in Arundel; 96a. land, like Puttocks being in Pulborough, called Rawstock and Tythinglee; tenement and 24a. land in Pulborough called Hurst and Tythinglee; with the reversion of 1/3 of lands in Surrey and Hampshire

Conveyance (lease and release, release missing), for an unknown consideration  Add Mss 20,522  27, [28] November 17[]

Contents:
Parties appear to include Anthony Stephens, James Martin, Christopher Colley and Elizabeth Tippett
The document is badly damaged

Conveyance (lease and release, release missing), in consideration of 5s  Add Mss 20,523  21, [22] October 1706

Contents:
From (a) Elizabeth Coles of Pulborough, gentlewoman, sole dau. and heir of Christopher Coles, jun., of Pulborough, decd., and Elizabeth his wife, to (b) Joseph Sherwood of New Inn, co. Middx., gent., and Richard Harrison of St. Giles in the Fields, co. Middx., stationer

WEST WITTERING  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Three crofts of customary land (12a.) called Newicks at Newick Cross in West Wittering

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Cackham. Admission of Elizabeth Osborne on the death of George Osborne  Add Mss 20,524  16 October 1649

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Cackham. Admission of Dorothy Smyth of Vinnetrow on the surrender of Richard Zouch and Henry Nuneham  Add Mss 20,525  9 April 1663

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Cackham. Admission of Susannah Woodyer, dau. of Thomas Woodyer, gent., on death of Dorothy Smyth  Add Mss 20,526  21 October 1686

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Cackham. Admission of William Woodyer on the surrender of William Mason and Susannah, née Woodyer, his wife  Add Mss 20,527  2 May 1694

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of Cackham. Unexecuted surrender of William Woodyer, gent., to the uses of his heirs prior to his marriage with Elizabeth Coles  Add Mss 20,528  1706

HORNSEY in MIDDLESEX  [no ref. or date]

Deeds of Hornsey in Middlesex  Add Mss 20,529-20,552  1703 to 1832

PEDIGREES AND FAMILY PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

Subscription to the three Articles by George Buckton of Rodney Street, Pentonville, on his appointment as a Notary Public  Add Mss 20,553  1 August 1801

Miscellaneous manuscript pedigrees, certified copies of parish registers, and other family papers of the Buckton, Denton, Malham, Merricks, and Woodyer families  Add Mss 20,554  nd

16 items

Two copies of the arms of the Hon. Alexander Denton, with a covering letter to John Buckton from James Buckton  Add Mss 20,555  1801

Opinion of Mr. Praed in the case of the will of Richard Buckton of Richmond, co. Yorks  Add Mss 20,556  1749

Miscellaneous manuscript pedigrees of the Peachey family  Add Mss 20,557  nd

3 items

Deeds etc. of property in Maltravers Street and Tarrant Street in Arundel  Add Mss 20,558 - 20,653  1678-1905

Source of acquisition: Deposited by David Thompson Esq., Lewes District Council, June 1978


South Side, Old Market Street  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
The following deeds relate to property on the S. side of Old Market Street [now Maltravers Street] in Arundel. Some deeds, however, in particular nos. 20,560 and 20,564, appear to relate merely to neighbouring property

Bond in £120 from Thomas Peckham of Arundel, gent., to Alban Goble of Binsted, yeo., and James Goble of Wick in Lyminster, carpenter  Add Mss 20,558  11 March 1677/8

Covenant to levy a fine  Add Mss 20,559  20 April 1678

Contents:
Between (a) Richard Nash of Walberton, gent., and Mary his wife, Thomas Peckham of Arundel, gent. and Barbara his wife, Nicholas Cooke of West Burton in Bury, gent., and Edward Cooke of the same, gent., his son and heir apparent; (b) Daniel Coltham of Ancton in Felpham, yeo.; (c) Robert Booker of Arundel, tallowchandler; and (d) Albany Goble and James Goble as above
1. Messuage, barn etc. (1a.) and 48a. [field names] in Ancton in Felpham, lately purchased by (b) from the said Richard Nash
2. Close called Pyver Wiggs (7a.) in West Burton in Bury, in occ. of Henry German, clerk, together with common of pasture for 20 sheep on West Burton common down; also 18a. more in West Burton [field names] with common of pasture for 70 sheep; all purchased by (c) from the said Nicholas and Edward Cooke
3. Messuage and garden in occ. of (d) in the Old Market Street in Arundel, lately purchased by (d) from the said Thomas Peckham
To settle (1) to (b), (2) to (c) and (3) to (d)

Covenant to levy a fine  Add Mss 20,560  23 October 1682

Contents:
Between (a) Robert Horsley of Angmering, yeo., and Anne his wife, and Thomas Austen of St. Pancras, Chichester, maltster, and Elizabeth his wife; (b) John Attwood of St. Pancras, innholder, and Elizabeth his wife; (c) Edward Barnard of Arundel, innholder; and (d) Thomas Newman of Arundel, gardener
1. Messuage, stable and garden in St. Pancras, being a corner messuage called the Unicorn, in occ. of Nicholas Mose, adjoining N. the road from the E. gate of Chichester to St. James' Hospital [i.e. St. Pancras], S. the Lavant course, W. the Stonebridge and E. a messuage now of Richard Fayth; lately conveyed from Thomas Austen to (b)
2. Messuage sometime called the Blue Anchor and now the Red Lion in Arundel, sometime in occ. of Justinian Chandler and now in occ. of (c) above; lately conveyed to (c) by the said Robert and Anne Horsley
3. Two messuages (of which one is now made a stable), malthouse, garden and orchard in Old Market Street in Arundel, adjoining S. Tarrant Street, N. the said Market Street, E. a little lane and W. a messuage and garden once belonging to one Bland; late conveyed from (b) to (d)
To settle (1) to (b), (2) to (c) and (3) to (d)

Assignment of mortgage from John Stone of Angmering, yeo., to Richard Lewkenor of Houghton, gent., with further borrowing by James Goble, now of Arundel, carpenter  Add Mss 20,561  1 October 1685

Contents:
Messuage and garden in Old Market Street in Arundel, in occ. of the said James Goble, adjoining N. or NW. Old Market Street, W. or SW. a messuage and garden called the Almshouse [i.e. Bland's Almshouse], late of Thomas Peckham, gent., and E. or NE. and S. or SE. a messuage, garden and orchard late of John Baldwyn, decd., and then of Thomas Newman; with right of access to the well behind the said Almshouse
Endorsed with receipt for full principal and interest, 28 April 1687

Mortgage by demise for 1000 years, for £80, from James Goble of Arundel, carpenter, to Robert Leeves of Rowdell in Washington, clerk  Add Mss 20,562  15 April 1687

Contents:
Property as in Add Mss 20,561

Release for £5  Add Mss 20,563  14 December 1697

Contents:
From Elizabeth Goble of Arundel, widow of James Goble, now decd., to William Leeves of Arundel, esq., of her right of dower in respect of a messuage in Arundel late in occ. of Michael Burton and now in her own occupation

Attested copy. Conveyance (lease and release, lease for a year missing), for £63  Add Mss 20,564  [27],28 September 1727

Contents:
From Richard Leeves of Tortington, gent., surviving executor of his father William Leeves, late of the same, esq., decd., to Thomas Fuller of Parham, "warriner"
Part of a messuage and garden called the Almshouse [i.e. Bland's Almshouse] in Arundel, viz the Chapel Chamber and the staircase leading to the same, and another small chamber at the head of the staircase, adjoining the said Chapel Chamber; also, all the W. or S. part of the said messuage and the court before the same, from the entry going through the middle to the lane leading out of [Old] Market Street into Tarrant Street; also all the W. or S. part of the garden as the same is now staked out; with right of access to the well in the other part of the said garden; in occ. of Ann Emery, widow, Lucas Duffold and William Christopher

Assignment of property, for £80  Add Mss 20,565  20 May 1746

Contents:
From William Leeves of Tortington, esq., executor of Richard Leeves, his father, decd., who was surviving executor of his father William Leeves, who was executor of Robert Leeves as in Add Mss 20,562, decd., together with his uncle James Leeves, only surviving son and residuary legatee of the said William Leeves, decd., to Francis Eliot of Godalming, co. Surrey, gent
Property as in Add Mss 20,561

Assignment for £52 10s. from Eliot to Thomas Constable of Arundel, carpenter  Add Mss 20,566  4 November 1748

Probate copy of will, dated 30 April 1769, of Thomas Constable, described as of Arundel, timber merchant. Probate granted to his widow Catherine Constable  Add Mss 20,567  8 August 1778

Grant of Administration to George Constable [son of the decd.] of the goods etc. left unadministered on the death of the said Catherine Constable  Add Mss 20,568  6 September 1782

Mortgage, for £500  Add Mss 20,569, 20,570  7 September 1782

Contents:
From George and Thomas Constable of Arundel, carpenters, and James Constable of Storrington, mercer, sons and devisees of the said Thomas Constable, decd., to George Duke of Lyminster, yeo.; with related bond
Property as in Add Mss 20,561, with the three messuages, stable and shop erected thereon, in occ. of the said George Constable, Robert Fowler and Thomas Harriss

Abstract of the above deeds  Add Mss 20,571  7 September 1782

Conveyance (lease and release), from the said George and Thomas Constable and their wives to a trustee, with covenant to levy a fine  Add Mss 20,572, 20,573  2,3 April 1798

Contents:
1. Messuage and garden formerly called the Three House Place (½a.) in Arundel, adjoining N. Tarrant Street and S. the river, held of the Manor of Byworth and Warningcamp
2. The property in 20,569, 20,570, but now described as two messuages and gardens in Old Market Street in Arundel, formerly in occ. of Thomas Constable, decd., and of Emlyn, Jane and Mary Sefton, and now in occ. of the said Thomas Constable, Thomas Broad, Edward Field and Edward Lindfield
To settle (1) to George and (2) to Thomas Constable
Recites that (1) is mortgaged to Emlyn Sefton for £650, and (2) to George Duke as above

Assignment of mortgage, for £641, from George Duke to George Constable  Add Mss 20,574  27 April 1799

Tarrant Street  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
I. Piece of ground 23ft. by 47ft. in Tarrant Street, Arundel; also [from December 1797] the two messuages alias the messuage in two tenements erected thereon

Conveyance (lease and release), for £50, from John Winter of Arundel Park, gent., to Thomas Weller of Arundel, bricklayer, and a trustee  Add Mss 20,575, 20,576  9,10 October 1792

Contents:
Property I, adjoining E. a piece of land lately purchased from (a) by Alderton Hersee, W. a house in occ. of James Lahy, N. the yard of (a) and S. Tarrant Street
Includes schedule of deeds from 1702

Mortgage for £50 from Weller and his trustee to Charles Bowman of Arundel, carpenter  Add Mss 20,577  10 October 1792

Attested copies of the foregoing deeds  Add Mss 20,578, 20,580  1792

Attested copy. Assignment of mortgage from Bowman to Joseph Hinde of Arundel, gent., with further borrowing of £100  Add Mss 20,581  23 August 1794

Assignment of mortgage from Hinde to John Sayres [sen.] of N. Stoke, yeo., with further borrowing of £60; also attested copy  Add Mss 20,582, 20,583  4 July 1797

Contents:
Recites that in 1795 Weller had borrowed a further £40

Conveyance (lease and release), for £100, from Weller and his trustee to William Carleton of Arundel, gent.; also Royal Exchange Fire Insurance Certificate  Add Mss 20,584-20,586  15,16 December 1797

Contents:
Property I, late in occ. of Weller and Miss Byass and now of Weller and William Garratt
Carleton agrees to repay Sayres

Attested copy. Probate of will of Edward Carleton of Arundel, esq. [brother and heir of William Carleton aforesaid, now decd  Add Mss 20,587  15 April 1813

Contents:
Leaving property I, described as his messuage in Tarrant Street in occ. of Thomasine Holder and [blank] Knight, to his nephew John Sayres [jun.] of North Stoke

Abstract of title from 1758 of Edward Sayres [son of John Sayres jun., now decd.], to the property  Add Mss 20,588  1837

Assignment of term of years from the executors of John Sayres sen., decd  Add Mss 20,589  5 October 1837

Contents:
With the consent of the said Edward Sayres, late of Brighton and now of France, gent., to a trustee for the purchasers in the next deed

Conveyance (lease and release), for £350  Add Mss 20,590-20,594  6,7 October 1837

Contents:
From Edward Sayres to Lydia Hersee sen. of Arundel, widow, Alderton Hersee of W. Chiltington, yeo., and Lydia Hersee jun. of Arundel, spinster; with related bond, and also solicitor's bill and receipt
Property I, adjoining E. a messuage built on land belonging to the late Alderton Hersee, W. a house now of Messrs. Shaft, N. a yard now of Edward Wardroper, and S. Tarrant Street; let to James Mitchell and in occ. of him, John Hartwell and John Town

Additional Abstract of Title of Alderton Hersee concerning the property  Add Mss 20,595  1865

Agreement concerning the following conveyance  Add Mss 20,596  7 January 1865

Conveyance for £450 from (a) Hersee, now of Arundel, gent., to (b) William Shaft of the same, gent.; with two Royal Exchange Insurance Certificates, 1862 and 1865  Add Mss 20,597 - 20,599  19 April 1865

Contents:
Property I, adjoining E. a messuage built on land now belonging to (a), W. a house now of (b), N. a yard of the Duke of Norfolk in occ. of George Lear, and S. Tarrant Street; in occ. of William Souter and William Chatfield

Statutory declaration by Hersee regarding his title to the property  Add Mss 20,600  19 April 1865

The following deeds relate to a property in Tarrant Street called the Old Brewhouse  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (lease and release) for £158 6d. paid to (a) and £7 to (b)  Add Mss 20,601-20,603  14,15 November 1744

Contents:
From (a) William Collins of Headly co. Hants., yeo., exec. and residuary legatee of Henry Caplin late of the same, yeo., decd., and (b) Henry Tapner of Pulborough, bricklayer, and Grace his wife, who was the widow and devisee of Philip Newman late of Arundel but formerly of Farnham, maltster, decd., to (c) John Williams of Appledram, gent.; with final concord
Moiety of capital messuage, malthouse, storehouse etc., called the Old Brewhouse in Tarrant Street, Arundel
Recites that on 15,16 March 1733/4 Philip Newman and his wife had mortgaged the whole of the Old Brewhouse to Henry Caplin for £500

Conveyance (lease and release), for £80, from John Williams, now described as of Chichester, mercer, to William Guile of Arundel, merchant; with related bond  Add Mss 20,604-20,606  25,26 April 1750

Contents:
Property as above, in occ. of Richard Coote and the said William Guile

Conveyance (lease and release), for £750, from trustees under the will of William Guile, now decd, to Sir John Sheley of Michelgrove, bart  Add Mss 20,607, 20,608  28,29 September 1771

Contents:
Property as above, in occ. of Richard Coote, Sarah Guile, Richard Vincent, John Parker, Mary Allen and Jane Taylor

Conveyance (lease and release), for £45, from Sir John Shelley to Thomas Goble of Arundel, bricklayer  Add Mss 20,609, 20,610  24,25 March 1774

Contents:
Piece of ground [dimensions given] containing 22r., being part of a garden belonging to the Old Brewhouse, adjoining E. a garden of Mr. John Shaft, and W, N, and S. the Old Brewhouse; with right of access

Conveyance (lease and release), for £420, from the trustees of the marriage settlement of Sir John Shelley to Thomas Goble  Add Mss 20,611, 20,612  1,2 May 1780

Contents:
Moiety of the Old Brewhouse as above, in occ. of Richard Coote, James Armstrong, Jane Taylor, John Lee, John Pin, Edward Puttock, George and Thomas Constable and Henry Lear

Conveyance (feoffment), from the trustees under the will of William Guile, now decd., to Thomas Goble  Add Mss 20,613  8 June 1780

Contents:
Recites that one of the said trustees had failed to execute Add Mss 20,607, 20,608, and that this further deed had become necessary to protect the title of Thomas Goble

Conveyance (lease and release), for £330, from Richard Coote of Arundel, merchant, to Thomas Goble; with related bond  Add Mss 20,614-20,616  19,20 June 1780

Contents:
Moiety of capital messuage and garden in occ. of James Armstrong, John Pin, John Lee and Jane Taylor; and of a brewhouse with vaults and coal pen adjoining in occ. of Edward Puttock; and of a new-erected messuage and garden in occ. of the said Thomas Goble; and of a storehouse and coal yard in occ. of George and Thomas Constable and Thomas Coote; and of the E. part of a yard or slipe in occ. of Henry Lear, containing E. to W. 97ft. and extending from the said house and garden of Thomas Goble to the river; and of a piece of ground on the N. side of the garden of the said Thomas Goble [dimensions given]; being all parts of the Old Brewhouse

Abstract of Title of Mr. Thomas Goble to a moiety of the Old Brewhouse sold by him [sic] to Mr. Richard Coote  Add Mss 20,617  1780

Mortgage (lease and release), for £500  Add Mss 20,618, 20,619  8,9 October 1783

Contents:
From John Goble of Aldingbourne, mason and shopkeeper, only brother and heir of the said Thomas Goble, now decd., to Daniel Digance of Arundel, merchant
Reversion expectant on the death of his sister-in-law Elizabeth Goble in the following
1. Messuage and garden in the Ship Yard in Arundel, in ownership of John Hammond
2. Two messuages in the Old Brewhouse yard in Arundel, in occ. of William Briant and Abraham Cuff
3. Messuage divided into several tenements, with cellar and garden, called the Old Brewhouse, in occ. of Thomas Smith, John Palmer, Jane Taylor, Francis Burt, John Lee, Sarah Pinn, widow, and Edward Puttock
4. Storehouse, coal yard and stable on the W. side of the Ship Yard, in occ. of the said Daniel Digance
5. Two messuages near the Quay in Arundel, formerly a storehouse in occ. of Anthony Stapely and William Parlet

Conveyance (lease and release), for £150, of his equity of redemption, from John Goble and Mary his wife, to Daniel Digance  Add Mss 20,620, 20,621  7,8 April 1784

Mortgage (lease and release), for £1000  Add Mss 20,622, 20,623  27, 28 February 1786

Contents:
From (a) Daniel Digance and Susannah his wife, formerly Susannah Sparkes, spinster, to (b) John Sparkes of Wanborough, co. Surrey, yeo., and Richard Sparkes of Guildford, linen draper
1. New-built messuage, in occ. of the said Daniel Digance, in Old Market Street in Arundel, adjoining E. a new-built messuage in occ. of Henry Digance, N. Old Market Street, and W. and S. premises formerly of William Farrenden, butcher, since of Sir John Shelley, and lately purchased by John Winter, gent., from Henry Digance and Thomas Constable; lately built by Henry Digance on ground bought from Thomas Lear, Thomas Constable and Thomas Goble, and since conveyed to the said Daniel Digance
2-6. Property in Add Mss 20,618, 20,619

Mortgage by demise for 1000 years, for £300, from (a) Daniel Digance to (b) Thomas Parlett of South Stoke, yeo  Add Mss 20,624  28 March 1794

Contents:
1. Capital messuage, stable and garden in Old Market Street in Arundel, in occ. of (a) above
2. Messuage and garden near the river in Arundel, in occ. of John Evans
3. Two messuages and gardens lately erected on part of premises called the Old Brewhouse in Tarrant Street, in occ. of Abraham Cuff and John Palmer
4. Several tenements called the Old Brewhouse in Tarrant Street, in occ. of Henry Gaijer, William Briant, Thomas Robinson, and Thomas Bushby, collector of customs

Abstract of Title of Miss Louisa Digance to divers premises in Arundel  Add Mss 20,625  [n.d.]

Conveyance (lease and release, release missing)  Add Mss 20,626  28, [29] September 1798

Contents:
From Louisa Digance of Arundel, spinster, niece and devisee of Daniel Digance, now decd., together with (b) in Add Mss 20,622, 20,623, to John Smallpiece of Guildford, gent
Messuage and garden in the Ship Yard of Arundel, late in occ. of John Hammond and now in occ. of John Evans

Tarrant Street-Louise built  [no ref.]  c.1786

Contents:
The following deeds relate to a house in Tarrant Street, built c. 1786 on part of an old orchard. The orchard had belonged to a house on the S. side of Old Market Street [now Maltravers Street] and now. Add Mss 20,627-20, 636 are simply attested copies of the deeds of the Old Market Street property

Official extracts from the will and codicil of William Farrenden late of Arundel, butcher, decd., dated respectively 1752 and 1760, and proved on 15 October 1760  Add Mss 20,627  nd

Attested copy. Conveyance (lease and release), for £600  Add Mss 20,628  13,14 March 1779

Contents:
From (a) the trustees of the marriage settlement of Sir John Shelley of Michelgrove, bart., to
(b) Thomas Lear of Dover in Warningcamp, gent., Thomas Goble of Arundel, mason, and Thomas Constable of Arundel, timber merchant and carpenter; also assignment of mortgage term, for £400, from (c) John Margesson of Offington in Broadwater, esq., to (d) a trustee for (b)
Messuage, and the new-erected houses thereto adjoining, and with the stable, wash-house, cider-house, garden and orchard also adjoining, in Old Market Street in Arundel, adjoining N., E., and S. the highway, and W. the house and garden formerly of John Green, since of John Bull and now of the said Sir John Shelley; all late in occ. of Edward Elphick, James Mitchell, John Parker, Thomas Hartwell, William Street, Henry Shepherd, and William Farrenden, and now of John Nash, William Walden, Thomas Shepherd, William Street and Samuel Colebourne
Recites the original mortgage of the property on 23 December 1758 from William Farrenden of Arundel, butcher, to Henry Peckham of Amberley, clerk, and the descent of the freehold, through the widow of William Farrenden, to Sir John Shelley aforesaid; and also an assignment of the said mortgage, in 1764, to Elizabeth Simmons of East Preston, widow, and a second assignment in 1768 to (c) above

Attested copy of the will, dated 28 July 1781, of Thomas Goble of Arundel, bricklayer  Add Mss 20,629  nd

Attested copy of the will, dated 4 October 1779, and of the codicil dated 13 May 1783 of Thomas Lear of Dover in Warningcamp, gent  Add Mss 20,630  nd

Attested copies. Conveyance (lease and release), for £300, from Henry Digance of Arundel, merchant, and Elizabeth his wife, to John Winter of Arundel, gent  Add Mss 20,631, 20,632  10,11 August 1785

Contents:
Third part of the property in 20,628, adjoining N. the highway and premises of (a), John Hurst and John Bull, S. the highway, E. premises of (a) and Thomas Strudwicke, and W. premises of James Burton, Thomas Shaft and Charles Bushby; all now in occ. of John Hayling, Elizabeth Bruce, Harry Jupp, Richard Nightingale, - Sheppard, widow, John Street and Samuel Coleburne

Attested copies. Conveyance (lease and release), for £300 paid to (a) and £400 to (b)  Add Mss 20,633, 20,634  10,11 August 1785

Contents:
From (a) Thomas Constable of Arundel, merchant and carpenter, and (b) George Wyatt, late of East Preston and now of Findon, yeo., to (c) John Winter
Two third parts of property as in Add Mss 20,628, but adjoining W. the house and garden in occ. of James Lahy, and in occ. of the persons in Add Mss 20,631, 20,632
Recites mortgages of the property to (b) in June and July 1783

Attested copies. Covenant to levy a fine concerning the above property, with final concord. Also includes other parties and properties  Add Mss 20,635, 20,636  13 January 1787

Conveyance (lease and release), for £15  Add Mss 20,637, 20,638  22,23 January 1788

Contents:
From Allen Wardell of Sheffield, co. Yorks, eldest son and heir of Allen Wardell, late of Arundel, wine merchant, decd., and Anne his wife, to the said Anne Wardell, widow
Piece of land 54ft. by 102ft., being part of an orchard in Arundel, adjoining S. Tarrant Street, E. and N. other parts of the said orchard belonging to John Winter, W. part of the said orchard sold by John Winter to the Duke of Norfolk; with the messuage lately built thereon
Recites that (b) has agreed to discharge a mortgage for £200 to Edward Carleton of Arundel, gent

Conveyance (lease and release), for £100 paid to (a) and £400 to (b), from (a) Anne Wardell, now of Slindon, widow, and (b) Edward Carleton, to (c) James Lady of Arundel, gent  Add Mss 20,639, 20,640  1,2 October 1790

Contents:
Property as in Add Mss 20,637, 20,638, late in occ. of Anne Wardell and now of Michael Driscoll
Recites that (a) had borrowed a further £200 from (b) in June 1788

Abstract of Title of the property in Add Mss 20,637-20,640, November 1786 to June 1788; with draft of the same  Add Mss 20,641, 20,642  nd

Attested copy of will, dated 10 June 1815, and of codicils dated 29 July 1818 and 16 November 1820, of Peter Richard Lahy of Arundel, gent  Add Mss 20,643  nd

Copies of Stamp Office Receipts for Legacies under the will of Peter Richard Lahy, decd  Add Mss 20,644  nd

1 bdl

Conveyance (lease and release), for £600, from (a) trustees of the estate of Peter Richard Lahy, decd., to (b) George and William Shaft, both of Arundel, wine merchants  Add Mss 20,645, 20,646  3,4 October 1833

Contents:
Messuage, garden, yard, stable and coach-house in Tarrant Street in Arundel, formerly in occ. of James Lahy, decd., and now of (b), containing 54ft. by 102ft. and adjoining E. a messuage and yard in occ. of James Mitchell and William Bennett, and also premises in occ. of Edward Wardroper, esq., N. the said premises of Edward Wardroper, and also premises of Edward Richardson, baker, W. a messuage in occ. of Peter Hale, and S. Tarrant Street

Affidavit by William Holmes of Arundel, gent., concerning certain missing title deeds relating to the property in Add Mss 20,637-20,642  Add Mss 20,647  10 October 1833

Covenant by Edward Wardroper of Arundel, gent., as owner of the property in Add Mss 20,627-20,636, to supply George and William Shaft with attested copies of his deeds  Add Mss 20,648  4 October 1833

Contents:
Recites that the property in Add Mss 20,637f was formerly part of the property in Add Mss 20,627-20,636, and was split off and sold to Allen Wardell sen. in 1786

Deed of partnership between George and William Shaft, both now of Brighton and Arundel, wine and spirit merchants  Add Mss 20,649  24 March 1840

Conveyance of the property in Add Mss 20,645, 20,646, for £400, from George and William Shaft to a trustee for William Shaft alone  Add Mss 20,650  27 January 1848

Papers relating to tenancies of the property, 1881, 1887, 1905  Add Mss 20,651  1881-1905

3 docs

Attested copy. Affidavit of Henry Hall of Arundel, gent., apparently unrelated to the foregoing deeds  Add Mss 20,652  17 May 1817

Copy tithe apportionment, Arundel parish, confirmed 1842  Add Mss 20,653  n.d. [19th cent]

Registered deeds of property in Nevada, Arkansas  Add Mss 20,654  1924

Source of acquisition: Transferred from a Welfare Department Residential Homes File that was subsequently destroyed, December 1978


Conveyances from British Allied Estates Limited to Francis Cobby of Egdean, in consideration of £5  Add Mss 20,654  1924

Contents:
20 June 1924. Plot 1244 in the NE¼ of the NE¼ of section 30 of Township 11 South, Range 20 West
8 September 1924. Plot 239 in the SW¼ of the NE¼ of section 31 of Township 11 South, Range 20 West
29 September 1924. Plot 388 in the NW¼ of the NE¼ of section 31 of Township 11 South, Range 20 West

Deeds of 2 Western Road, Shoreham  Add Mss 20,655 - 20,668  1873-1901

Archival history:
The property was transferred to the District Council in accordance with the Housing (Homeless Persons) Act 1977; the earlier deeds were retained by the County Council and transferred to the West Sussex Record Office from the Modern Records Centre in December 1978
Modern Records Ref. Add Mss D 4993

Contents:
2 Western Road, Shoreham, formerly part of field called Seven Acre Fields on S. of London to Brighton Railway

Deed of covenant to surrender, in consideration of £250, from (a) Joseph Silvae Elliott of New Shoreham, tailor, to (b) William Richard Horrocks of New Shoreham, master mariner  Add Mss 20,655  5 September 1873

Deed of covenant on surrender, in consideration of £250, from (a) William Richard Horrocks, to (b) William Poland of New Shoreham, master mariner  Add Mss 20,656  7 June 1875

Copy of Court Roll of Borough and Manor of New Shoreham. Admission of William Poland on surrender of William Richard Horrocks  Add Mss 20,657  22 October 1875

Deed of covenant to surrender, in consideration of £290, from (a) William Poland, to (b) Sarah Maria Horrocks, wife of William Richard Horrocks  Add Mss 20,658  3 October 1888

Copy of Court Roll of the Borough and Manor of New Shoreham. Admission of Sarah Maria Horrocks on the surrender of William Poland  Add Mss 20,659  25 October 1888

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of New Shoreham  Add Mss 20,660  9 November 1893

Contents:
Admission of Caroline Deane of Southwick, spinster, Emily Elizabeth Deane of Southwick, spinster, Florence Anna Maria Deane of Southwick, spinster, nieces of Sarah Maria Horrocks, William Richard Ratcliff of Yateley, co. Berks, her brother, and Eliza Rogers of Brighton, her niece, on the death of Sarah Maria Horrocks

Deed of covenant on surrender, in consideration of £275  Add Mss 20,661  29 May 1894

Contents:
From (a) Anne Caroline Deane, Emily Elizabeth Deane, Florence Anna Maria Deane, William Richard Ratcliff, and Eliza Rogers, with the consent of (b) John Ratcliff of 17 Prince Albert Street, Brighton, merchant, (c) Rev. George Nelson of the Rectory, Southwick and William Poland of Brighton, retired master mariner, to (d) Mary Annie Bibby of 9 Victoria Road, Shoreham

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of New Shoreham. Admission of Mary Annie Bibby  Add Mss 20,662  15 June 1894

Abstract of title of Mary Annie Bibby, reciting from 31 October 1873 to 15 June 1894  Add Mss 20,663  1898

Supplemental Abstract of Title of Mary Annie Bibby, reciting 3 October 1864  Add Mss 20,664  1898

Deed of Covenant on surrender, in consideration of £275, from (a) Mary Annie Bibby, to (b) Elizabeth Poole of Trevose, Ravens Road, New Shoreham  Add Mss 20,665  25 November 1898

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of New Shoreham. Admission of Elizabeth Poole on the surrender of Mary Annie Bibby  Add Mss 20,666  17 December 1898

Deed of Covenant on surrender, in consideration of £300  Add Mss 20,667  23 December 1901

Contents:
From (a) Elizabeth Poole of Saint Clare, Southdown Road, New Shoreham, to (b) Walter Hatcher of New Road, New Shoreham, Trinity House pilot

Copy of Court Roll of the Manor of New Shoreham. Admission of Walter Hatcher on the surrender of Elizabeth Poole  Add Mss 20,668  30 December 1901

Deeds of 336 Brighton Road, Shoreham  Add Mss 20,669 - 20,684  1863-1896

Archival history:
The property was transferred to the District Council in accordance with the Housing (Homeless Persons) Act 1977; the earlier deeds were retained by the County Council and transferred to the West Sussex Record Office from the Modern Records Centre in December 1978
Modern Records Ref. Add Mss D 4690

Contents:
Tenement and land, part of field called West Greenfield in Kingston by Sea, abutting S. on the Brighton and Shoreham Turnpike, later described as 3 Kingston Terrace, Kingston by Sea

Conveyance, with copy, in consideration of £51  Add Mss 20,669, 20,670  2 July 1863

Contents:
From (a) William Pennington Gorringe of Kingston House, Kingston by Sea, esq., to (b) John Putland of New Shoreham, master mariner, and (c) Frederick Cooper of Brighton, gent

Abstract of Title of William Pennington Gorringe, reciting from 7 March 1863  Add Mss 20,671  1863

Will, and copy of John Putland of Sunderland, co. Durham, master Mariner, bequeathing his property to Elizabeth Jane Putland, his wife  Add Mss 20,672, 20,673  22 June 1873

Mortgage for £30 and interest of reversionary interest under the will of John Putland  Add Mss 20,674  19 January 1884

Contents:
From (a) Edward Bailey of Sunderland, co. Durham, timber merchant, and Elizabeth Jane Bailey, his wife, to (b) John Kidson of Sunderland, esq. Endorsed: 22 September 1885, with further charge of £30

Further charge of £40, parties as in Add Mss 20,674  Add Mss 20,675  19 January 1886

Further charge of £30, parties as in Add Mss 20,674  Add Mss 20,676  14 September 1886

Further charge of £30, parties as in Add Mss 20,674  Add Mss 20,677  19 March 1887

Further charge of £40, parties as in Add Mss 20,674  Add Mss 20,678  29 October 1887

Mortgage for securing £55 in addition to previous advances, parties as in Add Mss 20,674  Add Mss 20,679  15 November 1888

Transfer of mortgages and further charges  Add Mss 20,680  1 July 1889

Contents:
In consideration of £250 paid to (a) by (d) and £45 paid by (b) and (c), from (a) John Kidson, with the consent of (b) Elizabeth Jane Bailey, and (c) Edward Bailey, to (d) Henry Allport Smith of the Gables, Burgess Hill, gent

Declaration by Elizabeth Jane Bailey  Add Mss 20,681  8 July 1889

Abstract of Title of Elizabeth Jane Bailey, reciting from 2 July 1863  Add Mss 20,682  1889

Copy of will of Henry Allport Smith  Add Mss 20,683  27 September 1894

Conveyance in consideration of £120, and a weekly rent charge of 9s  Add Mss 20,684  8 October 1896

Contents:
From (a) Elizabeth Jane Bailey of Shoreham, widow, to (b) Jonathen Willett of Ship Street, Shoreham, builder, and (c) John Charles Buckwell of Brighton, solicitor

Deeds of Eastridge Farm in Cowfold, Bolney and Twineham  Add Mss 20,685 - 20,686  1759

Source of acquisition: Copied by permission of Mr. and Mrs. James Dawson, of Carlisle, by the County Archivist of Cumbria, and presented November 1978


Contents:
Tenement, farm and lands called Eastridge in Cowfold, Bolney and Twineham

Conveyance (lease and release, release missing), in consideration of 5s  Add Mss 20,685  19 July 1759

Contents:
From (a) John Wood sen., of Wapses in Twineham, to (b) John Wood of Rusper, clerk, and John Wood of Bentons in Shipley, yeo

Lease for 99 years, with no rent stated, in consideration of 5s., and natural love and affection for his sons John and Henry Wood  Add Mss 20,686  20 July 1759

Contents:
From (a) John Wood of Wapses in Twineham, to (b) John Wood of Rusper, clerk, and John Wood of Bentons in Shipley, yeo

Title deeds relating to various properties in Rudgwick and Wisborough Green, and in Cranley and Ewhurst, co. Surrey  Add Mss 20,687 - 20,767  1681-1900

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. Beaumont and Sons, 1-2 New Street, London EC2, per the British Records Association, September 1978


Cranley, co. Surrey  [no ref. or date]

Messuage, with barn, buildings, garden, orchard, gateroom, and 14a. land belonging thereto, being a moiety of certain property called Inholmes in Cranley, co. Surrey  [no ref. or date]

Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, in consideration of £240, from (a) John King of Langnaker, Cranley, co. Surrey, to (b) Richard Long of Rudgwick, yeo  Add Mss 20,687  25 March 1681

Contents:
Recites: (i) 1 March 1600. Lease for term of 2000 years from (a) Sir George More of Loselye, co. Surrey, knight, to (b) John Cowper alias Boocher of Rudgwick, yeo., and Elizabeth his wife, of land, tenements, and hereditaments called Inholmes in Cranley, co. Surrey (31a. 2r. 0p.)
(ii) 31 May 1605. Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, in consideration of £100, from (a) the said John Cowper alias Boocher and Elizabeth his wife, to (b) William Laker of Albury, co. Surrey, husbandman, and (c) John Stedman of Alfold, co. Surrey, husbandman, in equal moieties
(iii) 10 December 1606. Agreement between (a) the said William Laker and (b) the said John Stedman for (b) to have as his moiety four closes and a garden plot (14a.)
(iv) That since that time a messuage and other buildings had been erected upon the said property, and that the said four closes had been sub-divided into ten closes
(v) That John Laker of Compton, co. Surrey, yeo. had, by assignment, become possessed of the said moiety for the residue of the said term of 2000 years
(vi) 10 October 1654. Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, in consideration of £165, from (a) the said John Laker of Compton, co. Surrey, yeo., to (b) John King, father of the said John King of Langnaker, Cranley, co. Surrey, yeo
(vii) 17 June 1667. Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, from (a) the said John King, the father, to (b) the said John King, the son
Witnesses: Thomas Butcher, John Michell, and Margaret Collens

Bond to perform covenants, in the sum of £480, between (a) John King of Langnaker, Cranley, co. Surrey, yeo., and (b) Richard Long of Rudgwick, yeo  Add Mss 20,688  25 March 1681

Contents:
Witnesses: John Michell and Margaret Collens

Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, in consideration of £150  Add Mss 20,689  10 December 1709

Contents:
From (a) John Tickner of Lords Hill, Wonersh, co. Surrey, yeo., Henry Butcher of Cranley, co. Surrey, yeo., and Elizabeth his wife (formerly wife of John Graffham decd. and before that called Elizabeth Tickner), to (b) Richard Butcher the elder of Lenick, Rudgwick, yeo., Thomas Butcher, son of the said Richard Butcher, and John Butcher, son of the said Thomas Butcher
Recites: (i) As in Add Mss 20,687
(ii) That the said Richard Long had died and that his daughter Jane, then called Jane Tickner and since Jane Risbridger, had taken out letters of administration of the estate of the said Richard Long
(iii) 30 May 1694. Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years from (a) the said Jane Tickner to (b) Thomas Hyde, yeo. (since decd.) and the said John Tickner, upon trust for (a) until the solemnisation of the intended marriage between the said John Graffham and Elizabeth Tickner, daughter of (a), and thereafter upon trust for the said John Graffham and Elizabeth Tickner
(iv) That the said John Graffham had since died and that the said Elizabeth had since married the said Henry Butcher
By this deed the said property is assigned to the said Richard Butcher for his life, thereafter to the said Thomas Butcher for his life, and thereafter to the said John Butcher, his executors and assigns, for the residue of the said term of 2000 years
Witnesses: Leo Child, John Mower, and John Steare

Mortgage by Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, to secure the sum of £120, from (a) John Butcher of Rudgwick, yeo., to (b) William Bristow of Haslemere, co. Surrey, blacksmith  Add Mss 20,690  3 June 1754

Contents:
Witnesses: Joseph Sparkes, Richard Billingshurst, and John Gilbert

Assignment of Mortgage by Demise for residue of term of 2000 years, in consideration of £70  Add Mss 20,691  24 March 1757

Contents:
From (a) William Bristow of Haslemere, co. Surrey, blacksmith, to (b) Sparkes Butcher of Rudgwick, carpenter
Recites: That the sum of £124 7s. 9d. principal and interest remained due to (a) upon the mortgage described above, and that (a) had agreed to assign the said mortgage to (b) in consideration of £70 paid to him by (b) and £54 7s. 9d. by the said John Butcher of Rudgwick, yeo
Witnesses: Richard Billingshurst and John Gilbert

Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, in consideration of £200  Add Mss 20,692  29 September 1762

Contents:
From (a) John Butcher of Cranley, co. Surrey, yeo., to (b) Sparkes Butcher of Cranley, co. Surrey, carpenter
Witnesses: Joseph Sparkes and Walter Waller

Mortgage by Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, to secure the sum of £100  Add Mss 20,693  2 April 1770

Contents:
From (a) Sparkes Butcher of Alfold, co. Surrey, carpenter, to (b) John Churchman of Ewhurst, co. Surrey, yeo
Witnesses: James Braby, Elizabeth Waller, and Walter Waller

Bond to perform covenants, in the sum of £200, between (a) Sparkes Butcher of Alfold, co. Surrey, carpenter, and (b) John Churchman of Ewhurst, co. Surrey, yeo  Add Mss 20,694  2 April 1770

Contents:
Witnesses: James Braby, Elizabeth Waller, and Walter Waller

Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, in consideration of £230  Add Mss 20,695  19 February 1776

Contents:
From (a) Elizabeth Churchman and Ann Churchman of Ewhurst, co. Surrey, spinsters, daughters and executrixes of John Churchman of Ewhurst, yeo. decd., and (b) Sparkes Butcher of Alfold, co. Surrey, carpenter, to (c) George Harrison of Northchapel, yeo
By this deed the said property is assigned to (c) for the residue of the said term in consideration of £104 paid to (a), in repayment of principal and interest due upon the mortgage described above, and £126 to (b)
Witnesses: Elizabeth Waller, Walter Waller, William Johnson, and Robert Cole

Mortgage by Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, to secure the sum of £150, from (a) George Harrison of Northchapel, yeo., to (b) William Johnson of Petworth, gent  Add Mss 20,696  2 May 1778

Contents:
Witnesses: Robert Cole and James Hutchins jun

Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, in consideration of £225  Add Mss 20,697  9 May 1783

Contents:
From (a) William Johnson of Petworth, gent. and (b) George Harrison of Northchapel, yeo., to (c) Thomas Woobery of Cranley, co. Surrey, yeo
By this deed the said property is assigned to (c) for the residue of the said term in consideration of £176 6s. 0d. paid to (a), in repayment of principal and interest due upon the mortgage described above, and £48 15s. 0d. to (b)
Witnesses: Michael King and George Briggs

Assignment of lease for residue of term of 2000 years, in consideration of £520, from (a) Thomas Woobery of Cranley, co. Surrey, yeo., to (b) Maurice Ireland of Billingshurst, shopkeeper  Add Mss 20,698  10 August 1820

Messuage, outbuildings, and lands called Vachery Lands in Cranley, co. Surrey  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (lease and release, release missing)  Add Mss 20,699  1 May 1755

Contents:
From (a) Thomas Allen of Walthamstow, co. Essex, esq., brother and heir of Anthony Allen of Guildford, co. Surrey, esq., Master of the High Court of Chancery, decd., and the Rev. John Allen of Eastwick, co. Herts, clerk, to (b) John Whitbourn of Gosden Common, Shalford, co. Surrey, yeo
Recites: 22 October 1753. Will of the said Anthony Allen, by which the said property, together with certain other property, was devised unto (a) as tenants in common for the payment of funeral expenses, debts, and legacies
Witnesses: Daniel Simpson and Thomas Sibthorpe

Various properties including Baynard Manor House, Little Vachery, and Broomhall Farm in Cranley, co. Surrey  [no ref. or date]

Mortgage by Demise, to secure the sum of £2000  Add Mss 20,700  2 August 1895

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Broome of 45 Finsbury Square, London, salesman, to (b) Ernest Hill of 30 Great St. Helens, City of London, oil merchant
I Mansion called Baynard Manor House, with out-buildings, yard, and garden belonging thereto, and several closes of land (24a.0r.30p.), in Cranley, co. Surrey
II Cottage called Little Vachery, with outbuildings belonging thereto, and several closes of land (34a.3r.Op.), in Cranley, co. Surrey
III Cottage, with orchard and garden (1a.) belonging thereto, in Cranley, co. Surrey, adjoining to Hogs Pudding Lane on the E
IV Farmhouse and land (10a.3r.13p.), being the western portion of Broomhall Farm, in Cranley, co. Surrey
Plan, coloured, included
Recites: (i) 16 January 1893. Conveyance from (a) Thomas Farley to (b) the said Charles Edward Brooke of III above
(ii) 26 August 1893. Conveyance from (a) Charles Anderson Timms to (b) the said Charles Edward Brooke of IV above
(iii) 1 August 1895. Conveyance from (a) Georgiana Margaret Sumner to (b) the said Charles Edward Brooke of I and II above
Endorsed: 17 May 1898. Reconveyance and re-assignment, in consideration of the repayment of principal and interest due, from (a) the said Ernest Hill to (b) the said Charles Edward Brooke

Mortgage by Demise, to secure the sum of £1000  Add Mss 20,701  1 March 1899

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Brooke of 45 Finsbury Square, London, salesman, to (b) Jabez Binks of Strafford Street, Millwall, co. Middlesex, wire rope manufacturer
I Mansion called Baynards Manor House, with out-buildings, yard, and garden belonging thereto, and one close of land (4a.2r.12p.), in Cranley, co. Surrey
II Property described as in II in Add Mss 20,700
III Property described as in III in Add Mss 20,700
Plan, coloured, included
Endorsed: 14 June 1901. Reconveyance and re-assignment, in consideration of the repayment of principal and interest due, from (b) to (a)

Ewhurst, co. Surrey  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
I Messuage, garden, and orchard called Gingerburys, part of several parcels of land called Gingerburys, together with a smith's shop belonging thereto, in Ewhurst, co. Surrey
II Three Corner Field (2a.) and part of Six Acres (1a.), part of Leman's Farm in Ewhurst, co. Surrey

Mortgage by Demise for term of 1000 years, to secure the sum of £40, from (a) William Tidey of Ewhurst, co. Surrey, blacksmith, to (b) John Cook of Ewhurst, co. Surrey, yeo  Add Mss 20,702  15 September 1742

Contents:
Property described as in I above
Witnesses: John Michell and Jane Michell

Counterpart of Add Mss 20,702  Add Mss 20,703  15 September 1742

Contents:
Endorsed: Statement by the said John Cook to the effect that he had received the deeds of conveyance (lease and release) of the said property from Stephen Buck and Margaret his wife to the said William Tidey, and that he would return the same upon the repayment of the principal and interest due

Mortgage by Demise for term of 500 years, to secure the sum of £230  Add Mss 20,704  9 June 1849

Contents:
From (a) Mary Nash formerly of Banstead and since West Horsley, co. Surrey, spinster, to (b) Ann Chitty of Worplesdon, co. Surrey, spinster
Recites: 26 December 1846. Will of William Tidy of Brighton, gent. by which the abovesaid property was devised unto (a), his grand-daughter

Conveyance, in consideration of £400  Add Mss 20,705  31 May 1851

Contents:
From (a) Mary Nash of West Horsley, co. Surrey, spinster, (b) James Stedman of Guildford, co. Surrey, surgeon, William Ingle the younger of Stoke Cottage, Stoke Newington Road, co. Middlesex, gent., and James Goldsmith the younger of Milton, co.. Hants., gent., and (c) John Topham of Guildford, co. Surrey, gent., and Ann his wife (formerly Ann Chitty), to (d) William Oakley of Cox Green, Ewhurst, co. Surrey, carpenter
Recites: 1 September 1849. Assignment of Mortgage by Demise for residue of term of 500 years, in consideration of the intended marriage between the said John Topham and Ann Chitty, from the said Ann Chitty to (b) upon certain trusts
By this deed the said property is conveyed to (d) in consideration of £230 paid to (b), in repayment of principal and interest due upon the said mortgage and £170 to (a)

Mortgage in Fee Simple, to secure the sum of £250  Add Mss 20,706  7 June 1851

Contents:
From "(a) William Oakley of Cox Green, Ewhurst, co. Surrey, carpenter, to (b) William Tugwell of Wonersh, co. Surrey, farmer, and James Tugwell of Utworth, Cranley, co. Surrey, farmer

Conveyance, in consideration of £675  Add Mss 20,707  7 February 1879

Contents:
From (a) Amelia Oakley of Cox Green, Ewhurst, co. Surrey, widow and executrix of William Oakley, carpenter, (b) Mary Whitbourn, wife of James Whitbourn of Cranley, co. Surrey and George Sheryer of Tilsey Wonersh, co. Surrey, farmer, executrix and executor of James Tugwell of Cranley, co. Surrey, farmer, and (c) Elizabeth Hard, wife of George Hard of Washington, farmer, and Richard Tupper of Bignor, farmer, executrix and executor of William Tugwell of Wonersh, co. Surrey, farmer, to (d) Charles Punchard of Ewhurst, co. Surrey, farmer
By this deed the said property is conveyed to (d) in consideration of £250 paid to (b), in repayment of principal and interest due upon the abovesaid mortgage, and £425 to (a)

Rudgwick  [no ref. or date]

Deeds I  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Messuage, with barns, lands, and tenements belonging thereto, called Hornsil or Hornshill Farm in Rudgwick (excepting two closes called Plaistow Fields and one meadow called St. Johns Mead, formerly part of the said farm)
The leases up to 1852 are endorsed with a terrier of the farm (97a.1r.0p.)

Counterpart lease for 21 years of £5 p.a. from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) Deborah Martyr, widow and executrix of Joseph Martyr of Reading, co. Berks., gent  Add Mss 20,708  3 May 1742

Contents:
Witnesses: John Wheate and Mary Hanington

Bond to perform covenants, in sum of £20, between (a) Deborah Martyr of Reading, co. Berks., widow, and (b) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester  Add Mss 20,709  3 May 1742

Contents:
Witnesses: John Wheate and Mary Hanington

Counterpart lease for 21 years at £5 p.a., from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) Deborah Martyr of Reading, co. Berks., widow  Add Mss 20,710  2 August 1756

Contents:
Witnesses: Jemima Martyr and William Bray

Bond to perform covenants, in sum of £20, between (a) the said Deborah Martyr of Reading, co. Berks., widow, and (b) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester  Add Mss 20,711  2 August 1756

Counterpart lease for 21 years at £5 p.a. from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) John Fielder of Killinghurst, Chiddingfold, co. Surrey, gent  Add Mss 20,712  20 January 1778

Contents:
Recites: 10 October 1770. Lease for term of years from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) John Newman of the said property
Signatory: Charles Harward, Dean

Lease and Counterpart Lease for 21 years at £5 p.a. from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) John Elliot of Rudgwick, yeo  Add Mss 20,713-20,714  11 October 1784

Contents:
Signatory: Charles Harward, Dean

Lease and Counterpart Lease for 21 years at £5 p.a. from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) John Elliot of Rudgwick, yeo  Add Mss 20,715-20,716  10 October 1791

Contents:
Signatory: John Buckner, President

Extract of Add Mss 20,715  Add Mss 20,717  10 October 1791

Assignment of leasehold estate for residue of term of 21 years, in consideration of £720  Add Mss 20,718  24 January 1792

Contents:
From (a) John Elliott, formerly of Rudgwick and since of Horsham, yeo., to (b) Thomas Elliott of Rudgwick, farmer
Witnesses: Edward Luxford of Horsham, attorney; Thomas Penfold jun., clerk to Mr. William Ellis of Horsham; John Richards; and Parkhurst Elliott

Mortgage by Assignment of leasehold estate for residue of term of 21 years, to secure the sum of £600  Add Mss 20,719  24 January 1792

Contents:
From (a) Thomas Elliott of Rudgwick, farmer, to (b) George Barrett of Wintershall, Bramley, co. Surrey, gent
Witnesses: John Richards and Parkhurst Elliott

Lease and Counterpart Lease for 21 years at £5 p.a. from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) George Barrett of Bramley, co. Surrey, gent  Add Mss 20,720-20,721  21 January 1799

Contents:
By this deed the said property is leased to (b) for 21 years subject to an equitable redemption by the abovesaid [Thomas] Elliott
Signatory: J. Courtail, President

Lease and Counterpart Lease for 21 years at £5 p.a. from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) George Barrett of Bramley, co. Surrey, gent  Add Mss 20,722-20,723  1 August 1806

Contents:
By this deed the said property is leased to (b) for 21 years subject to an equitable redemption by the abovesaid [Thomas] Elliott

Lease and Counterpart Lease for 21 years at £5 p.a from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) George Barrett of Bramley, co. Surrey, gent  Add Mss 20,724-20,725  2 May 1814

Contents:
By this deed the said property is leased to (b) for 21 years subject to an equitable redemption by the abovesaid [Thomas] Elliott

Lease and Counterpart Lease for 21 years at £5 p.a. from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) George Barrett of Bramley, co. Surrey, gent  Add Mss 20,726-20,727  10 October 1822

Contents:
By this deed the said property is leased to (b) for 21 years subject to an equitable redemption by the abovesaid [Thomas] Elliott

Lease for 14 years at £70 p.a. from (a) Thomas Elliott of Rudgwick, yeo., to (b) Thomas Elliott the younger and William Elliott of Rudgwick, farmers, sons of (a)  Add Mss 20,728  4 December 1822

Contents:
Property described as messuage, barns, buildings, and lands called Hornshill Farm in Rudgwick (115a.)
Covenants: (i) Rent subject to an increase of £4 5s. od. p.a. for each £ per load should the best wheat in Guildford market sell for more than £20 per load during any one whole year of the said term, and to an abatement of £4 5s. od. p.a. for each £ per load should the best wheat sell for less than £13 per load during any one whole year
(ii) Rent subject to an increase of £20 per acre for each acre of the Meadow and the Lower Sands converted into tillage
(iii) Tenants not to take more than three crops of grain from any part of the lands without restoring the same by spreading on every acre thereof 15 loads of dung or on every 2 acres one kiln of lime
(iv) Tenants not to sow wheat after wheat nor oats after oats in any two successive years unless the seeds shall fail, but to cultivate the lands in a proper course of husbandry and according to the custom of the country
(v) Landlord to be allowed to enter premises during final year of term to prepare 14a. for wheat, and to sow seeds with the summer corn

Assignment of leasehold estate for residue of term of 21 years, in consideration of £1100  Add Mss 20,729  10 April 1827

Contents:
From (a) Thomas Elliott the elder of Rudgwick, yeo., and (b) John Seward of Loxwood, Visborough Green, gent., and William Sheet of Birtley, Bramley, co. Surrey, gent., trustees and executors of George Barrett of Bramley, co. Surrey, gent., decd., to (c) Thomas Elliott the younger and William Elliott of Rudgwick, yeo
By this deed the said property is assigned to (c) for the residue of the said term of 21 years, created by the lease described in Add Mss 20,726, freed from all power or equity of redemption, in consideration of £500 paid to (a), and £600 paid to (b) in repayment of principal due upon the mortgage described in Add Mss 20,719

Mortgage by Assignment of leasehold estate, for residue of term of 21 years, to secure the sum of £1000  Add Mss 20,730  11 April 1827

Contents:
From (a) Thomas Elliott and William Elliott of Rudgwick, yeos, to (b) Henry Balchin of Alfold, co. Surrey, gent
Endorsed: 14 December 1854. Receipt of the said Henry Balchin for the repayment of the said principal sum by the said Thomas and William Elliott, and agreement to discharge the said property from the said debt

Lease and Counterpart Lease for 21 years at £5 p.a. from (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) Thomas Elliott the younger and William Elliott of Rudgwick, yeos  Add Mss 20,731-20,732  2 August 1830

Lease and Counterpart Lease for 21 years at £5 p.a. in consideration of £100  Add Mss 20,733-20,734  10 October 1838

Contents:
From (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) Thomas Elliott the younger of Rudgwick, yeo., and William Elliott of Alfold, co. Surrey, yeo

Lease and Counterpart Lease for 21 years at £5 p.a., in consideration of £84  Add Mss 20,735-20,736  2 May 1846

Contents:
From (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester, to (b) Thomas Elliott the younger of Rudgwick, yeo., and William Elliott of Alfold, co. Surrey, eyeo

Counterpart lease for 21 years at £5 p.a., in consideration of £64 10s. 0d  Add Mss 20,737  3 May 1852

Contents:
From (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) Thomas Elliott of Rudgwick, yeo., and William Elliott of Alfold, co. Surrey, yeo

Mortgage by Assignment of leasehold estate for residue of term of 21 years, to secure the sum of £1000  Add Mss 20,738  14 December 1854

Contents:
From (a) Thomas Elliott of Rudgwick, yeo., and William Elliott of Alfold, co. Surrey, yeo., to (b) Edward Ireland of Bury, yeo

Lease and Counterpart lease for 21 years at £5 p.a., in consideration of £64 10s. 0d  Add Mss 20,739-20,740  2 May 1859

Contents:
From (a) the Dean and Chapter of Chichester to (b) Thomas Elliott of Rudgwick, yeo., and William Elliott of Alfold, co. Surrey, yeo
Property described as messuage, barns, and lands called Hornshill Farm in Rudgwick (124a.3r.30p.)
Schedule included, extracted from Rudgwick Tithe Apportionment, 1840

Conveyance and Assignment of partnership estate and effects, in consideration of £1483 8s. 11d  Add Mss 20,741  12 March 1864

Contents:
From (a) Thomas Elliott of Rudgwick and William Elliott of Alfold, co. Surrey, corn and seed merchants, farmers, and co-partners, to (b) John Scotchford Elliott of Pains Hill, Bramley, co. Surrey, timber merchant

Re-assignment of leasehold estate, on repayment of the principal sum of £1000  Add Mss 20,742  5 August 1867

Contents:
From (a) Maurice Ireland of Timberley, Bury, farmer, Hugh Ireland of Harsfold, Wisborough Green, farmer, and Henry Harwood the younger of Amberley, farmer, executors of Edward Ireland, decd., to (b) John Scotchfold Elliott of Pains Hill, Bramley, co. Surrey, timber merchant

Conveyance, in consideration of £4600, from (a) John Scotchford Elliott of Pains Hill, Bramley, co. Surrey, timber merchant, to (b) Edwin Napper of Tismans, Rudgwick, esq  Add Mss 20,743  2 October 1868

Contents:
Property described as messuage, outbuildings, and lands called Hornshill Farm in Rudgwick (127a.3r.38p.), together with yearly rent charge of £16 awarded in respect of the tithes arising out of the said farm
Plan and schedules included, extracted from Rudgwick Tithe Map and Apportionment, 1840
Recites: That the said rent charge was awarded in respect of the tithes of corn, grain, hay, hemp, flax, and other great and rectorial tithes arising out of the said farm under the Act of Parliament for the Commutation of Tithes

Deeds II  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Cottage, with ground and lands belonging, on the common or waste called Exfold Wood in Rudgwick

Assignment of lease for residue of term of 1000 years, in consideration of £50  Add Mss 20,744  29 September 1786

Contents:
From (a) John Harrison of Rudgwick, farmer, Robert Harrison of Rudgwick, farmer, and Charles Harrison of Rudgwick, husbandman, to (b) William Buck of Rudgwick, husbandman
Recites: (i) 23 May 1633. Lease for term of 1000 years from (a) Richard Threele of Drumswick, Wisborough Green, esq., to (b) Henry Studman of Wisborough Green, husbandman
(ii) 7 June 1658. Assignment of lease for residue of term of 1000 years, in consideration of £21, from (a) Henry Studman, son of the said Henry Studman of Wisborough Green, decd., to (b) John Peacock of Rudgwick, husbandman
(iii) 4 April 1681. Assignment of lease for residue of term of 1000 years from (a) the said John Peacock to (b) Thomas Burgess of Wisborough Green, husbandman
(iv) 18 April 1705. Assignment of lease for residue of term of 1000 years, in consideration of £40, from (a) Henry Sherborn of Wisborough Green, carpenter, and Jane his wife (formerly Jane Burgess, only daugher and administratrix of the said Thomas Burgess of Wisborough Green, decd.) to (b) Edward Greenfield of Rudgwick, husbandman
(v) 1 October 1723. Assignment of lease for residue of term of 1000 years, in consideration of £35, from (a) Edward Stening and Ann his wife (formerly Ann Greenfield, daughter and administrator of the said Edward Greenfield, decd.), to (b) Thomas Mose of Alfold, co. Surrey, cordwainer
(vi) c.1723. Assignment of lease for residue of term of 1000 years from (a) the said Thomas Mose to (b) John Harrison of Rudgwick, husbandman, in consideration of the marriage between (b) and Ann Mose, daughter of (a)
(vii) 28 December 1779. Will of the said John Harrison, by which the said property was devised to his said wife Ann, during her life, and thereafter to their sons, the said Joh, Robert, and Charles Harrison
Witnesses: Elizabeth Waller and Walter Waller

Assignment of lease for residue of term of 1000 years, in consideration of £70 16s. 8d  Add Mss 20,745  26 August 1822

Contents:
From (a) William Knight of Wisborough Green, weaver, George Knight of Wisborough Green, labourer, John Knight of Wisborough Green, labourer, William Steer formerly of Wisborough Green and since of Rake, co. Hants., farmer, and Aves his wife, and Michael Henry Milliner of Great Bramshill, co. Hants., innkeeper, and Elizabeth his wife (formerly Elizabeth Knight, spinster), and (b) the said George Knight and William Mann of Rudgwick, farmer, to (c) Stephen Knight of Rudgwick, labourer
Property described as messuage, garden, orchard, and premises at Tisman's Common in Rudgwick
Recites: (i) 15 June 1801. Will of William Knight formerly of Wisborough Green and since of Rudgwick, husbandman, by which the said property was devised to his wife, Aves Knight, during her life, and thereafter to their sons and daughters, the said William Knight, George Knight, Stephen Knight, Aves Steer, and Elizabeth Milliner, and by which the said George Knight and William Mann were appointed executor and trustee respectively of the estate of the testator
(ii) That the said property had been valued at £85, and that the said Stephen Knight had agreed to become purchaser at that sum
By this deed the said property is assigned to (c) for the residue of the said term, in consideration of £14 3s. 4d. paid to each of the parties in (a), the purchaser retaining the sum of £14 3s. 4d. as his share of the said purchase money

Mortgage by Assignment of lease for residue of term of 1000 years, to secure the sum of £80  Add Mss 20,746  25 March 1836

Contents:
From (a) Stephen Knight of Rudgwick, labourer, to (b) Thomas Linfield of Rudgwick, carpenter
Property described as in Add Mss 20,745

"Abstract of the Title of Mr. Stephen Knight and his Mortgagee to a Leasehold Messuage or Tenement, Garden, Orchard, and premises situate at Rudgwick in the County of Sussex"  Add Mss 20,747  1875

Mortgage, to secure the sum of £115 10s. 0d  Add Mss 20,748  2 January 1875

Contents:
From (a) William Charman of Warnham, farm bailiff, to (b) William Lintott the younger, Henry Michell, and John Thorpe of Horsham, trustees of the Horsham Permanent Benefit Building Society
I Cottage, with ground and lands belonging, on the common or waste called Exfold Wood in Rudgwick, as in Add Mss 20,744-20,746
II Narrow piece of land, formerly part of the said common or waste, and adjoining to I on the N.E., to I and III on the S.E., to the turnpike road from Tisman's Common to Rudgwick on the S.W., and to property belonging to the Dean and Chapter of Chichester on the N.W. (Allotted to Stephen Knight on the enclosure of Exfold Wood Common and Greenhurst Green in 1854 in respect of I)
III Piece of land in Rudgwick adjoining to I on the N.E., to II on the N.W., to the said turnpike road on the S.W., and to property belonging to Mr. Mackenzie on the S.E
Recites: (i) 1 January 1875. Assignment of lease of I and II for residue of term of 1000 years, in consideration of the repayment of the principal sum of £80, and conveyance in Fee Simple of III, in consideration of £40, from (a) James Linfield of 43 Marlborough Road, Old Kent Road, co. Surrey, gent., son and executor of Thomas Linfield of Rudgwick, carpenter, decd., and (b) Stephen Knight of Rudgwick, labourer, administrator of Stephen Knight of Rudgwick, labourer, decd., to (c) the said William Charman
(ii) That the said William Charman was a member of the said Building Society and had subscribed for two shares therein to continue for the term of 14 years, and was entitled to receive out of the funds thereof the sum of £115 10s. 0d
By this deed I and II were assigned to (b) for the residue of the term of 1000 years, and III was conveyed to (b) in fee simple, to secure payment by (a) of the subscriptions and other sums of money payable in respect of the said shares
Endorsed: 9 August 1889. Acknowledgement of Arthur Aldridge, Secretary to the Board of Directors of the said Building Society, of payment of all sums secured by the said mortgage

Mortgage, to secure the sum of £140, from (a) Miriam Knight of Brighton, spinster, to (b) William Charman of Warnham, wood reeve  Add Mss 20,749  7 November 1890

Contents:
Property described as in Add Mss 20,748
Purchased by (a) from (b) for £200 by conveyance dated 6 November 1890
By this deed I and II were assigned to (b) for the residue of the said term of 1000 years, and III was conveyed to (b) in fee simple, to secure the principal sum of £140 advanced to (a)
Endorsed: 11 January 1898. Receipt for repayment of the said principal sum

Mortgage, to secure the sum of £301 12s. 6d  Add Mss 20,750  7 February 1900

Contents:
From (a) Clara Ann Humphrey, wife of William John Humphrey of Tisman's Common, Rudgwick, formerly of Baynards, co. Surrey, engineer, to (b) the Horsham Permanent Benefit Building Society
Property described as in Add Mss 20,748
Purchased by (a) from Miriam Knight for £250 by conveyance dated 30 December 1899
Recites: That (a) was the owner of five shares in the said Building Society to continue for 14 yars, and was entitled to receive an aggregative advance of £301 12s. 6d. in respect of the said shares upon executing the said mortgage
By this deed I and II were assigned to (b) for the residue of the said term of 1000 years, and III was conveyed to (b) in fee simple, to secure payment by (a) of ther subscriptions and other sums of money payable to respect of the said shares
Endorsed: 29 November 1900. Acknowledgement of William Randall, Secretary to the Board of Directors of the said Building Society, of payment of all sums secured by the said mortgage

"Abstract of the Title of Mrs. Clara Ann Humphreyd and her Mortgagees to a leasehold cottage and land and adjoining freehold land situate at Rudgwick, Sussex"  Add Mss 20,751  1900

Deeds III  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Messuage, hogpound, part of a garden and orchard, and part of a curtilage and backside, called Burnells in Rudgwick

Conveyance (lease and release), in consideration of £57 15s. 0d., from (a) Henry Jarratt of Ewhurst, co. Surrey, husbandman, to (b) John Butcher of Red House, Rudgwick, yeo  Add Mss 20,752-20,753  1,2 April 1801

Contents:
Recites: n.d. Conveyance of said property from (a) Edward Napper of Rudgwick, esq., to (b) John Killick the elder of Shipley

Deeds IV  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Piece of ground (28½ rods), recently enclosed, being the N.E. corner of a field called the Two Acres, being part of certain lands and hereditaments called Howlbecks, Howlbetts, or Hulbanks in Rudgwick, and adjoining the lane from Tisman's Common to Hornshill

Conveyance (lease and release), in consideration of £8 15s. 0d  Add Mss 20,754-20,755  20,21 July 1816

Contents:
From (a) Richard Butcher of Red House, Rudgwick, yeo., and Robert Butcher of Rudgwick, yeo., devisees of the will of their father, John Butcher of Red House, Rudgwick, yeo., decd., to (b) James Lipscumb of Rudgwick, cordwainer, and Charles Longhurst of Rudgwick, husbandman, his trustee
Recites: (i) 28,29 September 1713. Conveyance (lease and release) from (a) Henry Nye of Rudgwick, yeo., to (b) John Clayton of Rudgwick, yeo
(ii) 14,15 August 1761. Conveyance (lease and release) from (a) John Clayton of Wisborough Green, yeo., to (b) Edward Harbroe of Rudgwick, surgeon and apothecary
(iii) 28,29 March 1783. Conveyance (lease and release) from (a) Edward Harbroe of Ripley, Send, co. Surrey, surgeon, eldest son and heir of the said Edward Harbroe of Rudgwick, decd., and Jane his wife, to (b) John Butcher of Rudgwick, yeo

Mortgage by Demise for term of 1000 years, to secure the sum of £60  Add Mss 20,756  20 November 1824

Contents:
From (a) James Lipscumb of Rudgwick, cordwainer, and Charles Longhurst of Rudgwick, husbandman, his trustee, to (b) James Summersell of Rudgwick, yeo
Property now includes a messuage and buildings erected by the said James Lipscumb

Further charge, to secure the additional sum of £30, from (a) James Lipscumb of Rudgwick, cornwainer, to (b) James Summersell of Rudgwick, yeo  Add Mss 20,757  29 March 1831

Contents:
Endorsed: 6 May 1857. Receipt of John Lawman for the sum of £94 18s. 10d., principal and interest due upon the said mortgage and further charge, paid by William Mitchenor on behalf of Mrs. Charlotte Lipscumb and James Lipscumb

Mortgage in Fee Simple, to secure the sum of £57 15s. 0d  Add Mss 20,758  16 March 1861

Contents:
From (a) William Mitchenor of Rudgwick, labourer, to (b) William Lintott, Henry Michell, and John Thorpe of Horsham, trustees of the Horsham Permanent Benefit Building Society
Recites: 20 May 1857. [...] Indenture between (a) Charlotte Lipscumb, (b) James Lipscumb, (c) John Lawrence, George Stanford, and Edward Garner, (d) the said William Mitchenor, and (e) Alfred Aldridge

Deed of Covenant  Add Mss 20,759  21 October 1868

Contents:
Between (a) William Mitchenor of Rudgwick, labourer, and (b) William Lintott the younger, Henry Michell, and John Thorpe of Horsham, trustees of the Horsham Permanent Benefit Building Society, regarding the extension of the payments on an advanced share in the said Society

Deeds V  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Messuage, farms, lands, and hereditaments called Tismans, Paggles or Peagles, and Denn Lands in Rudgwick and Wisborough Green

Covenant to produce deeds  Add Mss 20,760  8 January 1834

Contents:
Between (a) John Laker Napper of Lee, Pulborough, esq., and (b) William Mann of Basingstoke, co. Hants., linen draper, (trustee of William Mann of Rudgwick, yeo. decd.)
Recites: 7,8 January 1834. Conveyance (lease and release) between (a) the said William Mann, (b) Richard Knight, yeo., Daniel Knight, yeo., and John Fulleck, gent., (c) Mary Denyer, widow (administratrix of Francis Denyer, linen draper, decd.), John Leech, esq., and Thomas Mellersh, gent. (executors of John Neale, esq., decd.), (d) John Farr, sawyer, (e) the said John Laker Napper, (f) Henry Frederick Napper, esq., (g) the said Thomas Mellersh, and (h) Samuel Dendy, gent

Deeds VI  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Messuage, farm, lands, tenements, and hereditaments called Allabasters in Rudgwick (27a.)

Settlement (by lease and release)  Add Mss 20,761-20,762  13,14 January 1834

Contents:
Between (a) Richard Knight of Headley, co. Hants., yeo., Daniel Knight of Headley, co. Hants., yeo., and John Fulleck of Liphook, Bramshott, co. Hants., gent., (b) Mary Denyer of Liphook, Bramshott, co. Hants., widow, John Leech of Lea House, Witley, co. Surrey, esq., and Thomas Mellersh of Godalming, co. Surrey, gent., (c) John Farr of Milford, Witley, co. Surrey, sawyer, and (d) William Mann of Basingstoke, co. Hants., linene draper
Recites: (i) 10,11 October 1815. [Mortgage in Fee Simple], to secure the sum of £2800, from (a) William Mann of Rudgwick, yeo., (since decd.) to (b) John Fulleck, gent. (since decd.)
(ii) n.d. Will of the said John Fulleck, gent. (since decd.)
(iii) 23,24 June 1817. [Assignment of Mortgage in Fee Simple] from (a) John Fulleck, nephew, heir, and executor of the said John Fulleck, gent., decd., to (b) John Neale, esq., Francis Denyer, Richard Knight, Daniel Knight, and the said John Fulleck, the nephew
(iv) That the said Francis Denyer had died and that the said Mary Denyer was his administratrix
(v) That the said John Neale had died and that the said John Leech and Thomas Mellersh were his executors
(vi) 10,11 August 1827. [Mortgage in Fee Simple], to secure the sum of £500, from (a) the said William Mann (since decd.) to (b) the said John Farr
(vii) 28 January 1828. Will of the said William Mann (since decd.) whereby all his real and personal estate was devised to William Mann, his son, and John Allberry, upon certain trusts
(viii) 6 January 1834. Disclaimer by the said John Allberry of all claims and interests as devisee in trust under the said will
(ix) That the said principal sums of £2800 and £500 had since been repaid but no reconveyance of the said property had been executed
By this deed (a) and (c) release the said property unto (d) subject to the trusts created by the will of the said William Mann, decd

Conveyance (lease and release), in consideration of £580  Add Mss 20,763-20,764  15,16 January 1834

Contents:
From (a) William Mann of Basingstoke, co. Hants, linen draper, to (b) Thomas Mann of Horsham, druggist, and James Mann of Warnham, corn dealer, his trustee

Deeds VII  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Waste or Weyhurst Farm, and pieces of waste land at Exfold Wood, in Rudgwick

Lease for residue of term of 500 years  Add Mss 20,765  20 June 1854

Contents:
From (a) The Governors of the Free Grammar School of Queen Elizabeth, St. Olave's, Southwark, co. Surrey, to (b) the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parishes of St.-Olaves and St. John's, Southwark, co. Surrey
I Messuage, outbuildings, and lands called Waste Farm or Weyhurst Farm in Rudgwick (84a.0r.18p.)
II Piece of waste land or common called Exfold Wood, with messuage and buildings thereon, in Rudgwick (2r.5p.)
III Piece of waste land at or near Exfold Wood in Rudgwick (18p.)
Plan included
Recites: (i) 3 October 1656. Lease for term of 500 years from (a) The Governors of the said school to (b) William Whitworth, Henry Dalton, John Mann, Isaac Dunn, Agathodes Carter, and George Harvey of a piece of land and three messuages in St. John's, Southwark, upon trust for the churchwardens of St. Olaves, Southwark, to help pay parish expenses and to maintain the poor and indigent of parish
(ii) n.d. Public auction at which (a) the churchwardens and overseers of the parishes of St. Olave's and St. John's, Southwark, had agreed to purchase I from (b) William Gould for £2100 for the purpose of conveying the same to the Governors of the said school
(iii) 10 May 1854. Conveyance of I from (a) the said William Gould, at the request of (b) the churchwardens and overseers of the parishes of St. Olave's and St. John's, Southwark, to (c) the Governors of the said school, for the maintenance of the said school
(iv) 31 January 1854. Deed Poll by which III was conveyed by (a) the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales to (b) the Governors of the said school, in order to help defray the expenses of the enclosure of common and waste lands at Rudgwick
By this deed the said property is leased by (a) to (b) for 302 years, being the residue of the term of 500 years created by the said lease dated 3 October 1656, upon trust to receive the rents and profits of the same to help pay parish expenses and to maintain the poor and indigent of the parish

Deeds VIII  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Messuage, garden, and orchard in Rudgwick

Covenant to produce deeds  Add Mss 20,766  14 October 1870

Contents:
Between (a) Heathfield Young of Dorking, co. Surrey, gent., and John Young of Dorking, co. Surrey, brewer, and (b) Thomas Lyon Thurlow of Baynards Park, co. Surrey, esq
Recites: (i) 30,31 October 1838. Conveyance (lease and release) from (a) Edward Mills and Mary Ann his wife to (b) Arthur Corfe Mills
(ii) 8 March 1844. Deed between (a) the said Arthur Corfe Mills, (b) the said Edward Mills and Mary Ann his wife, and (c) Sarah Foster Young
(iii) 14 October 1870. Conveyance, in consideration of £155, from (a) the said Heathfield Young and John Young to (b) the said Thomas Lyon Thurlow

Wisborough Green  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Messuage, barn, stable, outhouses, and lands called Woodlands and Crabfold in Wisborough Green (30a.)

Lease for term of 21 years at £8 p.a. from (a) Richard Stening of Ewhurst, co. Surrey, yeo., to (b) William Knight of Wisborough Green, farmer  Add Mss 20,767  31 May 1769

Contents:
Husbandry covenants included
Witnesses: Elizabeth Waller and Walter Waller

Miscellaneous records  Add Mss 20,768 - 20,770  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. Beaumont and Sons, 1-2 New Street, London EC2, per the British Records Association, September 1978.


Covenant to produce deeds between (a) the Right Honourable Other Archer, Earl of Plymouth, and (b) Joseph Blunt of Liverpool Street, Broad Street, City of London, esq  Add Mss 20,768  12 January 1830

Contents:
I Capital messuage, barns, stalls, stables, buildings, gardens, and lands called Plawhatch in East Grinstead (120a.)
II Four pieces of land called Velvicks in East Grinstead (8a.), formerly part of I
III Messuage and lands called Munks hill in East Grinstead (29a. 3r. 10p.)
IV Lands called The Hoads, formerly part of Charl Wood, in East Grinstead (21a. 3r. 36p.)
Recites: (i) That the said property was formerly part of the manor of Imberhorne and had been conveyed from (a) to (b) subject to an agreement for enfranchisement

Mortgage, to secure the sum of £750  Add Mss 20,769  25 June 1890

Contents:
From (a) Rose Antionetta Block of North Bersted, wife of Frederick James Block of North Bersted, gent., to (b) Thomas Griffin of Melville Lodge, Bognor, surgeon
Policy of Assurance in the sum of £850, and life interest in a moiety of the annual income derived from certain trust funds created by a Marriage Settlement
Recites: (i) 11 January 1881. Settlement between (a) the said Rose Antionetta Block (then Rose Antionetta Hillhouse, wife of James Richard Hillhouse, (b) the said James Richard Hillhouse, and (c) Thomas Francis Lardelli and Francis Jackson Kent, made on the marriage between (a) and (b), by which a certain sum of Metropolitan Consolidated Stock (equal in value to £20,000) was transferred by (a), with the consent of (b), to (c), upon trust to see the same and to invest the proceeds for the benefit of (a) during her life
(ii) 6 November 1886. Decree nisi of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice for the dissolution of the marriage between the said Rose Antionetta Block and the said James Richard Hillhouse
(iii) 9 August 1887. Order of the said Court that the said Thomas Francis Lardelli and Francis Jackson Kent should stand possessed of the said funds upon trust to pay one moiety of the income therefrom to the said Rose Antionetta Block during her life and to pay the other moiety to the said James Richard Hillhouse during his life
(iv) 10 August 1887. Marriage of the said Rose Antionetta Block to the said Frederick James Block
(v) 12 May 1890. Order of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice for the said Rose Antionetta Block to raise the sum of £750 upon her life interest under the said settlement, secured by a Policy of Assurance upon her life, and to anticipate her income under the said settlement to the extent of £24 4s. 6d. p.a., being the premium on the said Policy of Assurance
(vi) 21 June 1890. Policy of Assurance by which the sum of £850 was assured to be paid to the executors etc. of the said Rose Antionetta Block within three months of her death subject to the annual premium of £24 4s. 6d

Deed of Further Charge, to secure the additional sum of £330  Add Mss 20,770  20 September 1899

Contents:
From (a) Rose Antionetta Block of Bective, Bexhill, wife of Frederick James Block of Bective, Bexhill, gent., to (b) Thomas Griffin of 26 Aubert Park, Highbury, London, physician
I Policy of Assurance and life interest in trust funds as decribed in Add Mss 20,769
II Policy of Insurance on the life of (a) in the sum of £400
Recites: (i) 3 August 1899. Order of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice for (a) to raise a sum not exceeding £330 upon her life interest under the settlement described in Add Mss 20,769, secured by a Policy of Insurance upon her life for £400, providing that she first executed a settlement of her furniture and effects in manner specified
(ii) 18 July 1899. Policy of Insurance of the Hand in Hand Life Insurance Society on the life of (a) for the sum of £400 subject to the annual premium of £11 19s. 0d

Printed records of James Longley and Co., Ltd., Building Contractors and Joinery Manufacturers of Crawley  Add Mss 20,771 - 20,774  1945-1952

Source of acquisition: Presented by James Longley and Co., Ltd., East Park, Crawley, November 1972.


'Records. J[ames] L[ongley] & Co. Ltd. 1939-1945'. A duplicated history of the work carried out during World War II  Add Mss 20,771  c. 1945

Longleys of Crawley, 1863-1963  Add Mss 20,772  1963

Longley Review  Add Mss 20,773  July 1972

Contents:
House Journal

The Development of Gatwick Airport  Add Mss 20,774  c. 1959

Contents:
James Longley and Co. were responsible for the reconstruction of Gatwick Airport Station

Ledgers and other records of King and Barnes Ltd., of Horsham, brewers, wine and spirit merchants and mineral water manufacturers  Add Mss 20,775 - 20,780  1843-1906

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. King and Barnes Ltd., 18 The Bishopric, Horsham, November 1972.


Customer's Ledger Book  Add Mss 20,775  June 1843 - December 1884

Contents:
This volume is indexed with the customers' names, and gives the value of the goods delivered and the customers' payments; no details of the goods delivered are given

General Ledger  Add Mss 20,776  January 1882 - December 1898

Contents:
Accounts are listed under headings and give details of the goods or services purchased. The volume also contains details of the bank account, wages account, rent account and profit and loss account

Copy of letter from the Inland Revenue giving permission for the production of 'aerated waters'  Add Mss 20,777  29 October 1884

Agreement  Add Mss 20,778  10 November 1899

Contents:
Between (a) King and Sons, 15 The Carfax, Horsham, brewers, and (b) Horsham Urban District Council, for (b) to erect a public urinal in the yard of the Queen's Head Hotel, Queen Street, Horsham, belonging to (a). With marginal site plan

Reproduction of price list, 1893-1906  Add Mss 20,779  1972

Duplicated one sheet history entitled, 'Our Story'  Add Mss 20,780  c. 1972

Miscellaneous probate and settlement papers  Add Mss 20,781 - 20,786  1830-1920

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. A.F. and R.W. Tweedie, 5 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2, per the British Records Association, September 1978.


Probate copy of will, dated 2 November 1829, of Henry Bastick of Holbrook Farm, Horsham, servant to Sir James Hawkins Whitshed of Holbrook, Admiral of the Red, Knight Commander of Bath  Add Mss 20,781  13 January 1830

Contents:
Proved at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Letters of Administration of the estate of Ada Beatrice Harper of the Servite Convent, South Bersted, spinster. Granted at the Principal Probate Registry  Add Mss 20,782  21 September 1908

Probate copy of will of Elizabeth Lukey Hadley of Southfields, Liverpool Gardens, Worthing, widow. Proved at the Principal Probate Registry. Extracts only  Add Mss 20,783  26 February 1920

Probate copy of will, dated 13 December 1911, of John Richard Chant of Capesthorne Villa, Sidlesham. Proved at the Principal Probate Registry  Add Mss 20,784  13 April 1920

Deed Poll of Hannah Jane Locker Lampson of Rowfant, Worth, widow  Add Mss 20,785  12 May 1902

Contents:
Made on the intended marriage of her daughter, Dorothy Jane Charlotte Locker Lampson, and John Godfrey Yule Delmar Morgan of Effingham House, Copthorne, Burstow, co. Surrey, esq., and appointing a sum of £4000, raiseable out of trust funds comprised in the will of her father, Sir Curtis Miranda Lampson, Bart., decd, to the use of her said daughter

Deed of Covenant  Add Mss 20,786  2 April 1912

Contents:
Between (a) Hannah Jane Locker Lampson of Rowfant, Worth, widow, and (b) Godfrey Lampson Tennyson Locker Lampson of Rowfant, Worth, esq., M.P., Oliver Stillingfleet Locker Lampson of Rowfant, Worth, esq., The Honourable Mark Francis Napier of Puttenden Manor, Lingfield, co. Surrey, and Maurice Albert Tweedie of 5 Lincolns Inn Fields, London, esq., being the trustees of the marriage settlement of John Godfrey Yule Delmar Morgan and Dorothy Jane Charlotte Locker Lampson, whereby (a) agrees to pay to (b) an annuity of £100 during the joint lives of herself and the said Dorothy Jane Charlotte Locker Lampson upon the trusts declared in the said marriage settlement

Probate copy of will and codicils of Sybil Hurlock of Crawley, widow  Add Mss 20,787  1881

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. Maxwell Batley and Co., 27 Chancery Lane, London WC2, per the British Records Association, September 1978.


Probate copy of will, dated 30 September 1872, and codicils, dated 1873 and 14 April 1874, of Sybil Hurlock of Charlwood House, Lovel Heath, Crawley, widow  Add Mss 20,787  2 December 1881

Contents:
Proved at the Principal Probate Registry

Probate copy of will and codicil of Cecil Frances Grace Donne of Chichester, widow  Add Mss 20,788  1931

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. Maxwell Batley and Co., 27 Chancery Lane, London WC2, per the British Records Association, September 1978.


Probate copy of will, dated 29 August 1921, and codicil, dated 20 January 1928, of Cecil Frances Grace Donne  Add Mss 20,788  28 January 1931

Contents:
Formerly of 'Thorwald', The Avenue, Summersdale, Chichester, land later of 16 St. John Street, Chichester, widow. Proved at the Principal Probate Registry

Account Books of the West Grinstead and District Ploughing and Agricultural Society  Add Mss 20,789 - 20,790  1957-1966

Source of acquisition: Deposited by the Secretary, D. Marshall Esq. of Slinfold, June 1976.



Related information: The West Sussex Record Office Library also contains a good series of printed programmes for agricultural shows and competitions organised by the Society, 1958 to date.

West Grinstead and District Ploughing and Agricultural Society: Account Book  Add Mss 20,789  August 1957 - September 1961

West Grinstead and District Ploughing and Agricultural Society: Account Book  Add Mss 20,790  September 1961 - January 1966

Miscellaneous notes, correspondence, etc., relating to Sussex Churches, from the collections of the Rt. Rev. Hugh Maudslay Hordern, Bishop of Lewes  Add Mss 20,791  1929-1946

Source of acquisition: Presented by E.G. Hordern Esq. of Chichester, March 1956.



Related information: For details of the Hodern Collection of photographs of Sussex Churches, see the Index to the West Sussex Record Office Collection of Prints, Drawings, Photographs and Photographic Negatives.

Bound volume of papers of the Rt. Rev. Hugh Maudslay Hordern, Bishop of Lewes  Add Mss 20,791  1929-1946

Contents:
Containing
(i) Miscellaneous correspondence mainly concerning Sussex church matters, 1910, 1927, 1937, 1942-1947
(ii) A list of the ancient churches of Sussex and of the features to be photographed
(iii) Lists of photographs of Sussex churches and their fittings
(iv) Notes (some printed and others unimportant) relating to Rotherfield, Milland, All Saints Lewes, Cowfold, Winchelsea, Salehurst, Uckfield, Withyham, Udimore, Seaford, Old Shoreham, Trotton, Bosham, Cuckfield, Jevington, Clymping and Westham
(v) Draft of article or lecture, entitled 'On Parish Clerks'

Glebe exchanges of land in Parham and Amberley  Add Mss 20,792 - 20,793  1848, 1899

Source of acquisition: Presented by the County Archivist of Northampton, 16 June 1978.


Copy glebe exchange between (a) the Rev. George Palmer, rector of Parham and (b) the Hon. Robert Curzon and Harriet Anne Curzon, Baroness de la Zouche  Add Mss 20,792  28 February 1848

Contents:
I Four pieces of land (9a. 2r. 4p.) numbered 22b, 22c, 41b and 59b in the parish tithe map
II Four pieces of land (13a. 33p.) numbered 61b, 62b, 63b and 64b in the parish tithe map
All in Parham
(a) conveys I to (b) in exchange for II
Plan attached

Glebe exchange between (a) the Rev. Oakley Gynn, rector of Parham and (b) Robert Nathaniel Cecil George [Curzon], Baron Zouche  Add Mss 20,793  17 August 1899

Contents:
I Four pieces of land (20a. 3r.) numbered 62a, 62b, 64a, and 64b in the tithe map, with the tithe rent charge, in Parham
II Three pieces of land (8a. 2r. 31p.) numbered 135, 151 and 152 in the tithe map, with the tithe rent charge, in Amberley
(a) conveys I to (b) in exchange for II
Plan in margin

Miscellaneous records of the war effort in Harting, 1939-1945; and records of Harting Provident Club  Add Mss 20,794 - 20,800  1901-1931

Archival history:
The records were given to Mr. Banks by Lady Meade Fetherstonhaugh in January 1968

Source of acquisition: Deposited by A.F.W. Banks Esq. of South Harting, near Petersfield, Hants, December 1978.


Womens Voluntary Service  Add Mss 20,794  nd

1 file

Contents:
Complete instructions and correspondence connected with the Second World War effort at Harting, including inter alia: billetting, petrol, evacuated children, land girls, land army etc

War-time booklets  Add Mss 20,795  nd

1 file

Contents:
Including inter alia: Basic Training in Air Raid Precautions; Battle of Britain, Air Ministry Account; Evacuation, Why and How?; Respirator Practice and Gas Masks; Air Raid First Aid; Red Cross and St. John War Organization; Your Food in Wartime; Papers regarding National Fire Service, Area No. 32

Miscellaneous papers, correspondence and leaflets relating to the Blitz in Harting  Add Mss 20,796  nd

1 file

Miscellaneous papers and leaflets relating to Harting children's Cocoa Scheme  Add Mss 20,797  nd

1 file

Harting Provident Club Account Book  Add Mss 20,798  1901-1907

1 vol.

Harting Provident Club Account Book  Add Mss 20,799  1908-1913

1 vol.

Harting Provident Club Account Book  Add Mss 20,800  1913-1931

1 vol.

Documents relating to the Borough of Midhurst  Add Mss 20,801 - 20,805  [n.d.]

Source of acquisition: Deposited by the Trustees of the Midhurst Town Trust per P.J. O'Bey Esq., Messrs. Johnson and Clarence, Market Place, Midhurst, Clerk to the Trustees, February 1979.


Borough of Midhurst. Agreement for Grant of Market Tolls and Court Leet, in consideration of 40s. p.a  Add Mss 20,801  7 April 1432


Related information: A prior agreement of 1409 is in B.M. Add Mss 39,152 (fol. 159), and is referred to in Victoria County History of Sussex (Vol. 4 p.76).

Contents:
Between (a) Sir John Bohun, lord of the manor and borough of Midhurst, Sir Hugh Halsham, John Lyndefeld, clerk, William Ryman, Water Veer, Richard Wakhurst, William Sydeney, John Lelye, and Water Urry, feoffees of the said John Bohun of his lordship and manor of Midhurst, and (b) Michel Bagle, Michel Mannser, John atte Wode, Symond White, Thomas Westland, Robard Mosehol, William Amors, and Water Lucas, burgesses of the borough of Midhurst
Market tolls of the borough of Midhurst and a court called the Law day, to be held in the said borough twice a year on the Thursday next after Hokeday (second Tuesday after Easter) and on the Thursday next after Michaelmas
Recites: (i) That there had been certain debates and strifes between (a) and (b) over the said Market Tolls and court, and that it had been agreed, upon the mediation of Sir Stephen Popham and Water Veer esq., that (a) should have the said market tolls and court for one year from the date of the said agreement, and that (b), their heirs and successors, should have the same thereafter, upon payment to (a) of 40s. per annum
(ii) That if (b) ceased to hold the said law days and take the said tolls for one year then the agreement would lapse
(iii) That if the highways and ditches within the said borough were allowed to fall into disrepair then (a) should seek redress in the borough court but that the fines should be payable by them to (b)

18th and 19th century copies of Add Mss 20,801  Add Mss 20,802, 20,803  nd

2 docs.

Copy of a Grant, dated 20 October 1551  Add Mss 20,804  20th century

Copies information: The original document is in B.M. Add Mss 5690 (fol.18 h)


Contents:
From (a) Sir Anthony Brown, lord of the manor of Cowdray and of the borough of Midhurst, to (b) Richard Coldeham, Robert Ruffyn, William Fachyn, Thomas Colbrooke, John Mosehole jun., John Colbroke, tanner, John Colbroke de Potwell, John Balle, and Osmund Baget, bailiffs of the said borough of Midhurst
Piece of land, 70ft. in length and 30ft. in width, in the Market Place at Midhurst, upon which (b) have erected a house called the Market House

Extract from a book of surveys of the Cowdray estates concerning the rights and obligations of the bailiffs and burgesses of the borough of Midhurst  Add Mss 20,805  20th century copy


Related information: No reference is given to the original document, but see W.S.R.O. Cowdray MS. 306 (ff. 28v-29) for Midhurst borough customs contained in a volume of Cowdray surveys dated c.1568-1588

Documents relating to The Hamilton family and to their estates in Stedham and Iping  Add Mss 20,806 - 20,877  1738-1948

Source of acquisition: Deposited by Messrs. A.F. and R.W. Tweedie, 5 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London W.C.2, per the British Records Association, September, 1978.


Stedham  [no ref. or date]

Copy. Mortgage by Demise for Term of 1000 Years, to secure the sum of £1500  Add Mss 20,806  15 May 1738

Contents:
From (a) Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co.Hants, esq., son and heir of Samuel Pargiter otherwise Fuller of Westminster, esq., deceased, and of Margaret, his wife, daughter and heir of Dowse Fuller of Chamberhouse, Co. Berks, esq., deceased, and of Jane Fuller his widow, deceased, to (b) Anne Bulkeley of Burnett, Co. Hants, spinster
I Capital messuage, tenement or farm called Stedham Farm, together with buildings and lands belonging (160a), part of the demesne lands of the manor of Stedham, formerly in the occupation of Francis Viscount Montague and Henry Pook
II Messuage, tenement, buildings, and 20a land in Stedham, formerly in the occupation of John Hawkins
III Messuage, tenement, and 8a land in Stedham, formerly in the occupation of John Redman otherwise Mason
IV Meadow (2r. 0p) adjoining to Stedham Bridge and formerly in the occupation of the said John Hawkins
Recites: 14.15 August 1690. Conveyance (lease and release) from (a) Thomas Grey of Woolbeding, esq., to (b) the said Jane Fuller, widow of the said Dowse Fuller of Chamberhouse Co. Berks, esq., and daughter of the said Thomas Grey
Witnesses: Samuel Bull, James Willis, and Hutton Middleton
Endorsed: 15 July 1739. Further Charge, to secure the additional sum of £155, from (a) the said Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co. Hants., esq., to (b) the said Ann Bulkeley of Burgate, Co. Hants., spinster

Copy. Mortgage by Assignment of settled estates for residue of Term of 100 Years, to secure the sum of £880  Add Mss 20,807  20 February 1739

Contents:
From (a) George Bramston of Waterhouse, Co. Essex, esq., and Ann his wife, (administrator of Ann Alcock of Trotton, widow, deceased, the executrix of Lawrence Alcock of Trotton, esq., deceased, who was executor of Laurence Alcock of Midhurst, gentleman, deceased), by the direction of (b) Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co. Hants., esq., son and heir of Samual Pargiter otherwise Fuller of Stedham, esq., deceased, and (c) Sir Richard Mill of Woolbeding, Bart., (administrator of Thomas Grey, esq., deceased, and of Sir John Mill, Bart., deceased), Philadelphia Mill of Southampton, spinster, Robert Knollys of Milbrooke, Co. Hants, esq., and Margaret his wife (formerly Margaret Mill), and Sir Thomas Hoby of Somerly, Co. Hants, Bart. (administrator of Sir Thomas Hoby, Bart, deceased, his father, of Dame Elizabeth Hoby, deceased, and of Mary Mill, spinster, deceased), to (d) James Willis of Ringwood, Co. Hants, gentleman
I Manor or Lordship of Stedham, and advowsons of the churches of Stedham and Heyshott
II Capital messuage, together with buildings and lands belonging (189a), and all coppice and wood lands belonging (60a), part of the demesne lands of the manor of Stedham, formerly in the occupation of Francis Viscount Montague and Henry Pooke
III Water cornmill called Stedham Mill, and the lands belonging thereto, in Stedham
IV Messuage, tenement, buildings and 20a. land in Stedham
V Messuage, barn, buildings, and 8a. land in Stedham
VI Meadow (2r 0p) adjoining to Stedham Bridge
VII All demesnes lands belonging to the said Manor of Stedham
VIII Messuage, farm, and tenement called Sleters, together with buildings and lands belonging (140a.), in Stedham
IX Piece of coppice or wood land called Inholmes in Stedham (35a.)
X Other part of IX in Stedham (35a.)
XI Capital messuage, tenement, and farm called Upper Court, together with buildings and lands belonging, in Heyshott
Recites: (i) 4,5 August 1684. Settlement (by lease and release) between (a) the said Thomas Grey, esq., and Jane his daughter, (b) Thomas Bettesworth, esq., and the said Lawrence Alcock of Midhurst, gentleman, and (c) Dame Elizabeth Fuller, widow of Sir Dowse Fuller, Knight, and Dowse Fuller, esq., son and heir of the said Sir Dowse Fuller, made on the intended marriage between the said Jane Grey and Dowse Fuller, and by which the said property was conveyed by the said Thomas Grey to (b) for the term of 100 years, from the time of the decease of the said Thomas Grey, upon trust by sale or mortgage thereof to raise the sum of £1990 towards payment of certain specified debts
(ii) That the said Thomas Grey had died intestate and that his personal estate became distributable according to the statute for Distribution of Intestate Estates
(iii) That a moiety of the said estate belonged to the said Sir John Mill, Richard Mill, Philadelphia Mill, Margaret Mill, and Mary Mill, children of Margaret, eldest daughter of the said Thomas Grey by the said Sir John Mill the father
(iv) That the said Richard Mill, Philadelphia Mill, Margaret Mill, and Sir Thomas Hoby and Dame Elizabeth his wife (executors of the said Mary Mill) exhibited a bill in Chancery against the said Samuel Pargiter otherwise Fuller, who married the daughter and heir of the said Dowse Fuller, and Lawrence Alcock, surviving trustee of the said settlement, for an account of the personal and real estate of the said Thomas Grey, and for the raising of the said sum of £1990
(v) That the cause was heard on 15 November 1720, and that the said Samuel Pargiter otherwise Fuller was ordered to account for the personal and real estate of the said Thomas Grey, and to raise the sum of £1990 by sale or mortgage of the said term of 100 years, which sum was to be taken as part of the personal estate of the said Thomas Grey
(vi) That the sum due to the plaintiffs in the said cause now stood at £880, and that the said James Willis had agreed to advance the same on security of an assignment of the said property for the residue of the said term of 100 years
Witnesses: William Payne, Samuel Serle, Edward Hicks, John Wells, J. Taylor, John Farrant, Israel Woollaston, W. Powell, Thomas Firth, and Hutton Middleton

Copy. Mortgage in Fee Simple (by lease and release), to secure the sum of £1500  Add Mss 20,808  2,3 August 1739

Contents:
From (a) Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co. Hants, esq., to (b) William Mitford the younger, esq., one of the Six Clerks in the Court of Chancery
Property described as in Add Mss 20,807 (excepting the advowsons of the churches of Stedham and Heyshott, and the capital messuage called Stedham Farm)
Witnesses: Joseph Goddard junior and John Willis

Copy. Assignment of settled estates for residue of Term of 100 Years in Trust to attend the Inheritance, in consideration of two sums of £898 and £602  Add Mss 20,809  3 August 1739

Contents:
From (a) James Willis of Ringwood, Co. Hants, gentleman, by the direction of (b) Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co. Hants, esq., to (c) John Mitford of Wingfield, Co. Berks, esq., upon Trust for (d) William Mitford the younger, esq., one of the Six Clerks in the Court of Chancery
Property described as in Add Mss 20,808
By this deed, in consideration of £898 paid by (d) to (a), being the principal and interest due upon the mortgage described in Add Mss 20,807, and £602 paid by (d) to (b), the said property is assigned to (c) for the residue of the term of 100 years upon trust for (d) to attend the inheritance thereof
Witnesses: Joseph Goddard junior, John Willis, and William Slann

Copy. Conveyance (lease and release) in consideration of £16.25. 19s. 0d  Add Mss 20,810  15,16 June 1741

Contents:
From (a) William Mitford the younger, esq., one of the Six Clerks in the Court of Chancery, by the direction of (b) Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co. Hants, esq., to (c) Sir John Peachey of West Dean, bart
Property described as in Add Mss 20,808
Recites: That the said sum of £1625. 19s. 0d. was owed by (b) to (a) upon the mortgage described in Add Mss 20,808
Witnesses: James Willis and Henry Gibbons

Copy. Assignment of Mortgage by Demise for residue of Term of 1000 Years in Trust to attend the Inheritance, in consideration of £1846.13s.0d  Add Mss 20,811  16 June 1741

Contents:
From (a) Ann Bulkeley of Burgatt, Co. Hants., spinster, by the direction of (b) Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co. Hants, esq., to (c) John Lightfoot, citizen and skinner of London, upon Trust for (d) Sir John Peachey of West Dean, bart
Property described as in Add Mss 20,806
Recites: That the said sum of £1846.13s.0d. was owed by (b) to (a) upon the mortgage and further charge described in Add Mss 20,806
Witnesses: James Willis and William Whitter

Copy. Assignment of settled estates for residue of Term of 100 Years in Trust to attend the Inheritance, in consideration of the above said sum of £1625.19s.0d  Add Mss 20,812  16 June 1741

Contents:
From (a) William Mitford the younger, esq., one of the Six Clerks in the Court of Chancery, and John Mitford of Winckfield, Co. Berks, esq., by the direction of (b) Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co. Hants, esq., to (c) John Lightfoot, citizen and skinner of London, upon trust for (d) Sir John Peachey of West Dean, bart
Property described as in Add Mss 20,808
Witnesses: James Willis and Henry Gibbons

Copy. Assignment of Judgement, in consideration of £543.15s.0d  Add Mss 20,813  16 June 1741

Contents:
From (a) Harry Hackman of Lymington, Co. Hants., surgeon, to (b) John Lightfoot, citizen and skinner of London, upon trust for (c) Sir John Peachey of West Dean, bart
Recites: Michaelmas Term 1739. Court of King's Bench
Judgement obtained by (a) against Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co. Hants, esq., for £1000 debt and £3.3s.0d. cost of suit
By this deed (a) assigns to (b) upon trust for (c) the said judgement and all sums of money thereby secured and owed
Witnesses: James Willis and William Whitter

Copy. Assignment and Judgement, in consideration of £470  Add Mss 20,814  16 June 1741

Contents:
From (a) John Miller of Ringwood, Co. Hants, clothier, surviving executor of Samuel Adlam of South Gorely, Ibbesly, Co. Hants, gentleman, deceased, to (b) John Lightfoot, citizen and skinner of London, upon trust for (c) Sir John Peachey of West Dean, bart
Recites: Michaelmas 1737. Court of King's Bench. Judgement obtained by the said John Miller and William Adlam of Deverell Longbridge, Co.Wilts., clothier, deceased, one other executor of the said Samual Adlam, against Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co. Hants, esq., for £800 debt and £3.3s.0d. cost of suit
By this deed (a) assigns to (b) upon trust for (c) the said judgement and all sums of money thereby secured and owed
Witnesses: James Willis and William Whitter

Copy. Conveyance (lease and release) in consideration of £10,000  Add Mss 20,815  29,30 June 1741

Contents:
From (a) Samuel Pargiter Fuller of Overton, Co. Hants, esq., to (b) Sir John Peachey of West Dean, bart
Property described as in Add Mss 20,807 (except the next advoidance and presentation to the churches of Stedham and Heyshott)
Witnesses: Joseph Trapp and Henry Gibbons

Abstract of Conveyance described in Add Mss 20,815  Add Mss 20,816  30 June 1741

Conveyance (lease and release) to make a tenant to the precipe and lead the uses of a Recovery  Add Mss 20,817, 20,818  11,12 June 1773

Contents:
From (a) Dame Elizabeth Peachey of Glynley, Co. Sussex, widow of Sir John Peachey of West Dean, bart., deceased, and (b) Sir James Peachey of West Dean, bart., younger brother of the said Sir John Peachey, and John Peachey of West Dean, esq., his only son and heir, to (c) Thomas Middleton of Lincolns Inn, Co. Middlesex, gentleman
I Capital messuage, tenement, and farm called Stoughton Farm (202a), with a sheep down belonging, in Stoughton, in occupation of Richard Caplin
II Messuage or tenement and farm called South Farm (132a) with a sheep down belonging, in Stoughton, in occupation of Ann Witcher, widow
III Messuage, tenement, and farm called New Place Farm in Pulborough (160a) in occupation of Thomas Gates
IV Capital messuage or tenement and farm called Goreing Lee Farm in Shipley, Thakeham and West Chiltington (352a) in occupation of Richard Cragg
V Messuage, tenement and farm called Patmans or Hurlands Farm in Shipley and Thakeham (125a) in occupation of Richard Grinstead
VI Messuage or tenement and farm called Hoes or Hoes Farm in Shipley (137a) in occupation of James Andrews
VII Messuage or tenement and farm called Bakers Farm in Shipley (140a) in occupation of Isaac Cragg
VIII Manor of West Dean, and messuage, tenement and Farm called Home Farm or Manor Farm in West Dean (171a) in occupation of Ann Whitter and the said Sir James Peachey
IX Barn and land called Perriers in West Dean in occupation of the said Sir James Peachey
X Messuage, tenement, and farm called Monckton Farm in West Dean (245a) in occupation of John Green
XI Piece of land called Cannon Fields in West Dean in occupation of John Woods
XII Piece of land called Puttocks Land in West Dean Formerly in occupation of Richard Beall and since of the said Sir James Peachey
XIII Messuage or tenement and garden in West Dean formerly in occupation of William Till, and John Tribe and since of the said Sir James Peachey
XIV Piece of pasture land called Cottfield in West Dean
XV Piece of land called Cooper's Park in West Dean
XVI Piece of land lately used as a kitchen garden
XVII Dovehouse, fishpond, and two pieces of land called Berry Mead and Rogers Plott, in West Dean, in occupation of the said Sir James Peachey
XVIII Messuage or tenement and farm called Preston Farm in Binderton and West Dean (160a) in occupation of Robert Dearling
XIX Messuage or tenement called Black Bushes in Binderton and West Dean in occupation of Richard Burt
XX Manors of Stoughton, Says Court, Tawkshold, and Westbourne
XXI Manor of Birdham alias Siddlesham
XXII Barn and land in the District of Manhood, part of the said Manor of Birdham alias Siddlesham, in occupation of Robert Simmonds
XXIII Woods and coppices in West Dean, Stoughton, and Didling (640a) formerly in occupation of Thomas Knight and since of the said Sir James Peachey
XXIV Manor of Shipley
XXV Rectory of the parish church of Shipley and all tithes in the said parish belonging thereto
XXVI Messuage or tenement, barns, gardens, orchards, and backsides at or near Green Street in Shipley
XXVII Seven crofts or closes of land lying nearest to XXVI (35a), being part of Gassons Farm in Shipley
XXVIII Three fields called Lootham Fields (15a), part of a farm called Bridghill, in Shipley
XXIX Messuage or tenement and farm called Bridghouse Farm in Shipley (50a)
XXX Four crofts or closes of land called Gassons Wood in Shipley (10a), adjoining to a farm belonging to Elias Blunt
XXXI Messuage, farm, and lands in Shipley (53a.0r.7p)
XXXII Farm and lands in Shipley (25a.3r.19p)
XXXIII Barn with lands, tenements, and hereditaments belonging (18a), formerly being part of Slawter Farm in Thakeham
XXVI-XXXIII being in the occupation of Edward Bristow and Henry Jupp
XXXIV Messuage or tenement, barns, buildings, and lands called Wheatlands, Crockhurst, Thomas's Croft, Climpings, and Sleates in South Water, Horsham (52a)
XXXV Three closes of land called Mill Field, Lottingsfield and Crockhurst (20a)
XXXVI Barn, and lands, tenements, and hereditaments called Little Nuthams, Weekings, and Hook Mead in South Water, Horsham (20a), in occupation of John Ettridge
XXXVII Lands called Wayer Tor and Broad in Heringham alias Hardham (20a), in occupation of William Hill
XXXVIII Meadows or marsh grounds called Brookmead, Torryes, Wiggen holt Brooks, and Northbrooks in Wiggenholt, Hardham, and Pulborough (150a) in occupation of Ann Whitter widow
XXXIX Messuage or tenement and farmhouse, with lands and woodlands belonging, called Vistey or Pishley (120a)
XL Pieces of land called Great Thirsfield (20a)
XLI Lands called Shutwell alias Sutwells and Redland in Lodsworth and Burton (20a) in occupation of John Robinson
XLII Manor or Lordship of Stedham and advowsons of the churches of Stedham and Heyshott
XLIII Capital messuage, together with buildings and lands belonging in Stedham (189a), in occupation of Richard Ayling, and all coppice and woodlands belonging (60a)
XLIV Water cornmill called Stedham Mill
XLV Messuage, tenement, buildings, and 20a. land in Stedham, in occupation of Thomas Eldridge
XLVI Messuage, barn, buildings, and 8a. land in Stedham
XLVII Meadow (2r.Op) adjoining to Stedham Bridge
XLVIII Messuage, farm, and tenement called Sleters in Stedham (140a) in occupation of John Weeks and William Newman
XLIX Piece of coppice or woodland called Innholmes in Stedham (35a)
L Other part of XLIV in Stedham (35a)
LI Messuages, lands, tenements, or hereditaments in Stedham and Heyshott in the occupation of William Chalcroft, Edward Hayward, Ogle Riggs, Ann Smith, [ ] Grist, William Hollist, William Grist, James Piggott, William Heather, John Challen, John Chandler and Joyce Lee widow
LII Messuage or tenement, farm and buildings called Heyshott Farm (166a), in occupation of John Mellersh
LIII All other manors, messuages, rectories, tithes, mills, farms, lands, tenements, and hereditaments belonging to the said Sir James Peachey and John Peachey in West Dean, Binderton, Didling, Stoughton, Says Court, Tawkshole, Westbourne, Birdham, Sidlesham, Manhood, Shipley, Thakeham, West Chiltington, Horsham, South Water, Pulborough, Herringham alias Hardham, Wiggenholt, Lodsworth, Burton, Stedham, Heyshott, or elsewhere in Sussex
Recites: (i) 12 August 1752. Settlement whereby the property described as I - VII above was appointed by the said Sir John Peachey to the use of the said Dame Elizabeth Peachey (then Elizabeth Fagge) for her life for her jointure
(ii) That the property described as I - VII above then stood settled to the said Dame Elizabeth Peachey for her life with remainder to the use of the said Sir James Peachey for his life and thereafter to the use of the said John Peachey in tail male
(iii) That the remainder of the property described above then stood settled to the use of the said Sir James Peachey for his life, thereafter to the use of Lady Georgia Carolina Peachey, his wife, for her life for her jointure, with remainder to the use of the said John Peachey intail male
By this deed the said property is conveyed to the said Thomas Middleton to the intent that he may become tenant of the freehold so that a common recovery may be suffered, and the property limited to the uses declared therein, namely to the use of the said Sir James Peachey during his life and thereafter to the use of the said John Peachey and his heirs in tail male, subject to the life interests of the said Dame Elizabeth Peachey and Lady Georgia Carolina Peachey
Witnesses: John Seagrave and Joshua James

Copy. Exemplification of a Common Recovery  Add Mss 20,819  Trinity Term 1773

Contents:
Between (a) Thomas Hall, gentleman, demandant, (b) Thomas Middleton, gentleman, tenant, and (c) Sir James Peachey, bart., and John Peachey, esq., vouchees
Manors of West Dean, Stoughton, Says Court, Tawkshole, Westbourne, Birdham, Sidlesham, Shipley and Stedham; 50 messuages, 1 mill, 60 gardens, 2500a. land, 800a. meadow, 700a. pasture, 1200a. wood, and common of pasture in West Dean, Binderton, Didling, West Wittering, Stoughton, Says Court, Tawkshole, Westbourne, Birdham, Sidlesham, Manhood, Shipley, Thakeham, West Chiltington, Horsham, Pulborough, Herringham alias Hardham, Wiggenholt, Lodsworth, Burton, Stedham, and Heyshott, and the rectory of Shipley and the advowsons of the churches of Stedham and Heyshott

Copy. Deed for Levying a Fine for extinguishing the life interest of Lady Georgia Carolina Peachey in certain lands in Sussex  Add Mss 20,820  13 January 1774

Contents:
Between (a) Sir James Peachey of West Dean, bart and the said Lady Georgia Carolina Peachey, his wife, (b) John Peachey of West Dean, esq., only son and heir of the said Sir James Peachey, and (c) Thomas Middleton of Lincolns Inn, Co. Middlesex, gentleman
I Tithes of corn, grain, hay, etc. arising from lands in Shipley
II Messuage, tenement, and farm called Southwater Farm in Horsham in occupation of John Etheridge
III Messuage, tenement, and farm called Stedham Manor Farm in Stedham in occupation of Richard Ayling
IV Messuage, tenement, and farm called Slathouse Farm in Stedham in occupation of John Weeks
V Mill called Stedham Mill, and messuage or tenement used therewith, in Stedham in occupation of James Whitter
VI Messuage, tenement, and farm called Heyshott Farm, in Heyshott in occupation of John Mellersh
VII Messuage, tenement, and farm called Preston Manor Farm Binderton and West Dean in occupation of John Dearling
VIII Messuage, tenement, and farm in Binderton in occupation of John Bayton
IX Messuage, tenement, and farm called Monkton Farm in West Dean in occupation of William Green
X Barn, with lands belonging thereto, in West Wittering in occupation of Robert Simmonds
XI Piece of land in Sidlesham in occupation of Richard Luttman
XII Messuage, tenement, and farm called Wiggenholt North Brooks in Wiggenholt in occupation of William Whitter
XIII Pieces of meadow land called Broad Torr Meadows in Hardham in occupation of William Hill
XIV Messuage, tenement, and farm called Muckhatch Farm in Thorpe, Co.Surrey in occupation of Samuel Harris
XV Messuage, or tenement, with lands belonging thereto in Thorpe, Co.Surrey, in occupation of Mary Turner
XVI Messuage, or tenement, with lands belonging, in Thorpe, Co.Surrey, in occupation of Richard Turner
XVII All other messuages, tenements, farms, and lands appointed by the said Sir James Peachey or the said Lady Georgia Carolina Peachey for her life
Recites: (i) 11 April 1771. Deed of Appointment by the said Sir James Peachey of the said property to the use of the said Lady Georgia Carolina Peachey from the time of his death for her jointure
(ii) 9,10 August 1772. Settlement (by lease and release) between (a) the said Sir James Peachey and Lady Georgia Carolina his wife, (b) the said John Peachey, esq., and (c) Richard Wardroper of Midhurst, gentleman, and Thomas Middleton of Lincolns Inn, Co.Middlesex, gentleman, whereby certain property in Sussex, Berkshire, Hertfordshire, and London was charged with the annual rent charge of £900 payable to the said Lady Georgia Carolina Peachey for her jointure
By this deed (a) agrees to levy a fine unto (c) of the said property to the intent that the life interest of the said Lady Georgia Carolina Peachey created by the said deed of appointment might be extinguished
Witnesses: Richard Wardroper and Joshua James

Attested copy. Conveyance (lease and release), in consideration of £4255  Add Mss 20,821  20,21 September 1785

Contents:
From (a) Sir James Peachey of West Dean, bart, and John Peachey of West Dean, esq., his only son and heir, to (b) James Piggott of Binderton, gentleman, upon trust for (c) Richard Newland the elder of Chichester, gentleman, and Richard Newland the younger of St.Pancras, Chichester, surgeon
I Capital messuage, together with buildings and lands belonging thereto (189a), part of the demesne lands of the manor of Stedham, formerly in the occupation of Francis Viscount Montague and Henry Pooke, since of Richard Ayling, and then of Jane Ayling, widow
II Piece of coppice or wood ground (5a) adjoining to I in the occupation of the said Sir James Peachey
III Water corn mill called Stedham Mill, and the messuage, buildings, and three small pieces of land belonging thereto, in Stedham, formerly in the occupation of Thomas Eldridge and then of Elizabeth Eldridge, widow
IV Cottage in Stedham in the occupation of John Cooper
By this deed the said property is conveyed to (b) to the use that the said Richard Newland and the elder might receive during his life the annual rent charge of £140 from the said property
Witnesses: Richard Wardroper and William Tinswood

Attested copy. Conveyance (lease and release). in consideration of £7000  Add Mss 20,822  13,14 March 1794

Contents:
From (a) Richard Newland of Chichester, gentleman, and Charles Newland of Chichester, gentleman, to (b) John Knight of Stedham, yeoman
I Capital messuage, together with buildings and lands belonging thereto (189a), part of the demesne lands of the Manor of Stedham, formerly in the occupation of Francis Viscount Montague and Henry Pooke, since of Richard Ayling, and then of Jane Ayling, widow
II Piece of coppice or wood ground (5a) adjoining to I in the occupation of the said Jane Ayling, widow
These called Stedham Manor Farm in Stedham (205a)
III Cottage in Iping Lane, Stedham, in occupation of John Cooper
IV Lands called Brooklands in Stedham (12a) in occupation of the said Richard Newland
Witnesses: Joseph Godman and John Butler

Copy. Probate copy of will, dated 11 December 1808, and codicil, dated 14 December 1808, of John Knight of Stedham, yeoman  Add Mss 20,823  10 January 1823

Contents:
Whereby his property in Stedham and Tillington was devised to his executors upon trust for his wife and children. Administration granted at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Abstract of Title  Add Mss 20,824  February 1829

Contents:
Abstract of the Title to Two Freehold Cottages, a Barn and sundry pieces of parcels of Freehold Land (part of an Estate called Stedham Manor Farm alias Great House Farm) situate in the parish of Stedham in the County of Sussex late belonging to Mr.John Knight deceased and contracted to be sold to Sir Charles Hamilton, Bart

Supplemental Abstract of the Title to Freehold Hereditaments in Stedham Sussex late the Estate of Mr.John Knight deceased and contracted to be sold to Sir Charles Hamilton, Bart  Add Mss 20,825  January 1830

Documents relating to the redemption of the tithe rent charge on properties at Stedham and Chithurst in West Sussex and at Brookland in Kent  Add Mss 20,826-20,829  1892-1911

4 docs

Draft. Conveyance, in consideration of £495  Add Mss 20,830  15 December 1908

Contents:
From (a) Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton of Iping House, Midhurst, bart., and (b) the Reverend Henry Rogers of Foxley Lodge, Worthing, clerk in holy orders, and William Robert Wynne of Laganville, Nether Street, Church End, Finchley, esq., to (c) William Alfred Wills of Rotherhill, Stedham, esq
Piece of land in Stedham (16a 2r 36p), adjoining to Rotherhill House on the E. and to Stedham Common on the S
Map, coloured, included
Recites: 12 April 1889. Will of Sir Charles John James Hamilton of Iping House, Midhurst, bart., deceased, by which his property at Iping, Chithurst, and Stedham was devised to the use of (a), and by which (a) and (b) were appointed trustees and executors of the Will for the purposes of the Settled Land Act 1882 and the Conveyancing and Law of Property Act 1881

Iping  [no ref. or date]

Conveyance (bargain and sale), in consideration of £785  Add Mss 20,831  15 August 1811

Contents:
From (a) the Reverend Robert Ferryman, Rector of Iping cum Chithurst, with the consent of (b) William Lord Auckland and Sylvester Lord Glenbervie, two of the Commissioners for regulating and approving sales made by bodies politic or corporate for the purpose of redeeming land tax, to (c) Rear Admiral Sir Charles Hamilton of Greenwich, Co. Kent
I Barn and yard (18p)
II BARN plot (2r.20p)
III Barn Field (4a.0r.24p)
IV Field called Furze Reed (3a. 1r. 16p)
V Furze Field (2a.3r.26p)
VI Piece of land called Hangar (2a. 2r. 18p)
VII Piece of land called Newbridge moor (2r. 28p)
VIII Newbridge Field (3a. 2r. 4p)
IX Diving Field (2a. 1r. 6p)
These lands being part of the glebe land of the rectory of Iping cum Chithurst and lying in the parish of Iping cum Chithurst (20a. 2r. 0p)
By this deed the said property is conveyed to (c) in consideration of £30 paid to (a), in discharge of the costs attending the redemption of his land tax, and £755 paid to the account of the Commissioners for the reduction of the National Debt

Manor of Iping  Add Mss 20,832  22 August 1811

Contents:
Copy Admission of Sir Edward Hamilton of Trebin shun, Co. Brecon, Knight, John Drummond of Charing Cross, St.Martins in the Fields, Co. Middlesex, esq., and Thomas Parker of Astle, Co. Chester, esq., on the surrender of Robert Barlow Pratt and Elizabeth his wife
Parcel of land (40 rods), with the messuage, tenement, or dwelling house erected thereon, in Iping in the occupation of Thomas Harrison
Robert Spencer, Lord of the manor
Robert Sandham, steward

Manor of Iping. Copy. Admission of Sir Charles Hamilton of Iping, bart  Add Mss 20,833  6 September 1811

Contents:
Piece of waste land (16 rods) lying in front of the dwelling house of the said Sir Charles Hamilton in Iping, and marked or fenced off by posts and chains
Entry fine 10s.0d
Robert Spencer, lord of the Manor
Robert Sandham, steward

Manor of Iping. Copy. Admission of Edwin Albery of Midhurst, gentleman, as the customary heir or devisee of John Tipper  Add Mss 20,834  31 July 1858

Contents:
I Half yardland and farthing land called Westons (14a)
II Half yardland called Robins
III Messuage and lands called Knapps
IV Piece of land (40 rods), formerly waste of the said manor, adjoining to the orchard part of the said premises called Knapps, which was enclosed by the said John Tipper and upon which he erected a cistern to supply his house with water
V Piece of land (40 rods), formerly waste of the said manor, which was enclosed and fenced by the said John Tipper from other part of the said waste called Iping Marsh, and which adjoins on the S. to the N. end of the farmyard called Knapps
Recites: 26 July 1858. Conveyance (bargain and sale) from (a) James Heath, farmer, to (b) the said Edwin Albery
Entry fines: £37.11.6d
Sir Charles John James Hamilton, bart., lord of the manor
Henry Mitford Boodle, esq., chief steward, and Thomas Johnson, gentleman, deputy steward

Manor of Iping. Attested copy. Admission of Edwin Albery as described in 1 above. Steward's copy  Add Mss 20,835  31 July 1858

Mortgage in Fee Simple, to secure the sum of £400, from (a) William Luff of Knapp, Iping, farmer, to (b) Edwin Alberry of Midhurst, gentleman  Add Mss 20,836  13 June 1882

Contents:
Messuage or tenement, barn, stables, carthouses, sheds, and farm lands (6a. 3r. 32p) called Robins in Iping

Acknowledgement of right to production of title deeds by (a) John Tilbury of 19 Welbeck Street Co. Middlesex, to (b) William Luff of Knap, Iping, farmer  Add Mss 20,837  27 July 1882

Contents:
I Property called Robins in Iping as described in Add Mss 20,836
II Property called Westons in Iping
Recites: (i) 26 July 1858. Conveyance (bargain and sale) from (a) James Heath to (b) the said Edwin Albery
(ii) 31 July 1858 Manor of Iping. Admission of the said Edwin Albery to copyhold of the said manor
(iii) 24 September 1874. Deed of Enfranchisement
(iv) 30 December 1874. Indenture between (a) the said Edwin Albery, (b) William Luff, (c) Charlotte Luff, his wife, (d) John Foard, and (e) James Lucas
(v) 31 December 1874. Indenture between (a) the said John Foard and (b) the said Edwin Albery
(vi) 9 April 1875. Indenture between (a) the said John Foard and (b) the said Edwin Albery
(vii) 18 April 1876. Memorandum of Further Charge between (a) the said John Foard and (b) the said Edwin Albery
(viii) 16 April 1877. Indenture between (a) the said John Foard and (b) the said Edwin Albery
(ix) 12 December 1878. Indenture between (a) the said John Foard and (b) the said Edwin Albery
(x) 17 April 1879. Memorandum of Further Charge between (a) the said John Foard and (b) the said Edwin Albery
(xi) 29 January 1880. Indenture between (a) the said John Foard and (b) the said Edwin Albery
(xii) 30 May 1882. Memorandum of Further Charge between (a) the said John Foard and (b) the said Edwin Albery
(xiii) 13 June 1882. Conveyance (of property called Robins) from (a) the said Edwin Albery of Midhurst, gentleman, (as mortgagee), and (b) the said John Foard of Iping, farmer, (as beneficial owner), to (c) the said William Luff of Knapp, Iping, farmer
(xiv) 27 July 1882. Conveyance (of property called Westons) from (a) the said Edwin Albery and (b) the said John Foard to (c) the said John Tilbury
By this deed the said John Tilbury acknowledges the right of the said William Luff to the production of the title deeds referred to above

Covenent to Surrender, in consideration of £200, from (a) Samuel Bridger of Iping, carpenter, to (b) William Luff of Knapp, Iping, farmer  Add Mss 20,838  19 February 1884

Contents:
Messuage, in two tenements, with gardens, out-buildings, allotment land, and hereditaments, at the foot of Stubb Hill in Iping, in the occupation of the said Samuel Bridger and Jesse Titcomb, his tenant
Plan, coloured, included
By this deed (a) agrees to surrender the said property into the hands of the lord of the manor of Iping to the use of (b)

Manor of Iping. Copy. Surrender, in consideration of £200, from (a) Samuel Bridger of Iping, carpenter, to (b) William Luff of Knap, Iping, farmer  Add Mss 20,839  19 February 1884

Contents:
Property as comprised in Add Mss 20,838 but here described as
I Messuage and piece of land (11p), part of a customary half yardland called Robins, in Iping, in the occupation of (a)
II Allotment of land made in respect of I under the Iping Enclosure Award dated 23 December 1857
Thomas Johnson, gentleman, steward

Manor of Iping. Copy. Admission of William Luff of Knapp, Iping, farmer, on the surrender of Samuel Bridger of Iping, carpenter  Add Mss 20,840  19 February 1884

Contents:
Property described as in Add Mss 20,839
Entry fine: £2
Thomas Johnson, gentleman, steward

Copy. Mortgage in Fee Simple, to secure the sum of £200, from (a) William Luff of Knapp, Iping, farmer, to (b) Edwin Albery of Midhurst, gentleman  Add Mss 20,841  19 February 1884

Contents:
Property called Robins in Iping as described in Add Mss 20,836, 20,838 and 20,839
Recites: (i) 13 June 1882. Mortgage in Fee Simple, to secure the sum of £400, from (a) the said William Luff to (b) the said Edwin Alberry, as described in 1 above
(ii) 22 December 1882. Further Charge, to secure the additional sum of £100, from (a) the said William Luff to (b) the said Edwin Alberry
(iii) 18 January 1883. Assignment of Mortgage and Further Charge from (a) the said Edwin Alberry to (b) Mary Collins
By this deed the said property was conveyed to (b) upon mortgage, to secure the said sum of £200, subject to the mortgage and further charge described above

Manor of Iping, Copy. Conditional Surrender of (a) William Luff of Knapp, Iping, farmer, to (b) Edwin Albery of Midhurst, gentleman  Add Mss 20,842  19 February 1884

Contents:
Property called Robins in Iping as described in Add Mss 20,839
By this deed the said property is surrendered to (b) subject to redemption upon the repayment by (a) of the principal and interest due upon the mortgage described in Add Mss 20,841
Thomas Johnson, steward

Memorandum of Agreement between William Luff and Sir Henry Cotton  Add Mss 20,843  August 1884

Contents:
For the lease of a house and gardens near Kingsham and of the right to the game and sporting over the farm near the house, from 14 August 1884 - 29 September 1885, at the rent of £20 per annum

Further Charge, to secure the additional sum of £80  Add Mss 20,844  3 February 1885

Contents:
From (a) William Luff of Knapp, Iping, farmer and (b) Charlotte Luff, his wife, to (c) Edwin Albery of Midhurst, gentleman
I Property called Robins in Iping as described in Add Mss 20,839
II Messuage and farm called Knapp Farm in Iping (23a.2r.28p)
Recites: (i) 31 December 1874. Mortgage of II, to secure the sum of £490, from (a) the said Charlotte Luff, and (b) the said William Luff to (c) the said Edwin Albery
(ii) 2 March 1880. Further Charge, to secure the additional sum of £60, from (a) the said Charlotte Luff and (b) the said William Luff to (c) the said Edwin Albery
(iii) 15 April 1880. Assignment of Mortgage and Further Charge from (a) the said Edwin Albery to (b) Charlotte Collins
(iv) 22 December 1882. Mortgage of II, to secure the sum of £500, from (a) the said Charlotte Luff and (b) the said William Luff to (c) the said Edwin Albery
(v) 18 January 1883. Assignment of Mortgage from (a) the said Edwin Albery to (b) Mary Collins
By this deed the said property is conveyed to (c) to secure the further sum of £80, I subject to the mortgage described in 6 above, and II subject to the mortgage and further charge described in the recitals above

Further charge, to secure the additional sum of £70  Add Mss 20,845  27 March 1888

Contents:
From (a) William Luff of Knapp, Iping, farmer, and (b) Charlotte Luff, his wife, to (c) Edwin Albery of Midhurst, gentleman
Property described as in Add Mss 20,844

Supreme Court of Judicature. Registry of Judgments  Add Mss 20,846  14 June 1889

Contents:
Certificate of Search in the matter of a sale by William and Charlotte Luff to Colonel Sir Charles John James Hamilton, bart

Manor of Iping. Copy. Surrender, in consideration of £250  Add Mss 20,847  13 July 1889

Contents:
From (a) William Luff of Knapp, Iping, farmer, to (b) Colonel Sir Charles John James Hamilton of 29 Devonshire Place, St.Marylebone, Co. Middlesex, bart
Property called Robins in Iping as referred to in Add Mss 20838, but here described as being in three tenements
William Thomas Johnson, gentleman, steward

Statutory Declaration of (a) William Luff of Iping, farmer, to (b) Sir Charles John James Hamilton of 29 Devonshire Place, St.Marylebone, Co. Middlesex, bart  Add Mss 20,848  13 July 1889

Contents:
Concerning property in Iping agreed to be sold to (b)
I Property called Robins in Iping (6a.3r.32p)
II Property called Knapp Farm in Iping (23a.2r.28p)

Copy. Warrant to Vacate, in consideration of £361.10s.0d  Add Mss 20,849  13 July 1889

Contents:
From (a) Edwin Albery of Midhurst, gentleman, to (b) Colonel Sir Charles John James Hamilton of 29 Devonshire Place, St.Marylebone, Co. Middlesex, bart
Property called Robins in Iping as described in Add Mss 20,839
By this deed (a) acknowledges receipt of the said sum of £361.10s.0d. in satisfaction of the principal and interest secured by the conditional surrender described in Add Mss 20,842, and authorises the steward of the manor of Iping to enter the record in the court rolls of The Manor

"Abstract of the Title of Mr. William Luff and his mortgagees to a Freehold messuage and land situate at Knapp in the Parish of Iping in the County of Sussex called Robins Farm"  Add Mss 20,850  1889

"Abstract of the Title of Mr. William Luff to a copyhold messuage, land and premises situate near Stubb Hill in the Parish of Iping in the County of Sussex."  Add Mss 20,851  1889

Agreement for letting Westons Farm at Milland in Iping for 3 years at £28 p.a  Add Mss 20,852  29 October 1889

Contents:
From (a) John Tilbury of 19 Welbeck Street, Co. Middlesex., to (b) Joseph Booker of Milland, Iping, and Edwin Runcieman of Henry Street, St. Johns Wood, Co. Middlesex

Notice  Add Mss 20,853  24 March 1892

Contents:
Notice of (a) Edwin Runcieman of 86 Henry Street, St. Johns Wood, Co. Middlesex, executor to Joseph Booker, deceased, to (b) the executors of John Tilbury, deceased, to quit the tenancy of Westons Farm at Milland in Iping on 29 September 1892

Receipt of Messrs. Cooke, Collis, and Sayer of 47 Essex Street, Strand, London, solicitors for the vendors in the sale of Westons Farm at Milland in Iping  Add Mss 20,854  24 August 1892

"Abstract of the Tithe of Mrs.Mary Ann Lintott to Freehold property known as Westons at Iping in the County of Hampshire."  Add Mss 20,855  1892

Settlements, mortgages etc. relating to the Hamilton estates in the counties of Brecon, Kent, Monmouth and West Sussex  [no ref. or date]

Settlement  Add Mss 20,856  17 December 1897

Contents:
Between (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping House, Midhurst, esq., (b) Olga Mary Adelaide Fitzgeorge of 12 Eaton Square, Co. Middlesex, spinster, (c) Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton of Iping House, Midhurst, bart., and (d) William Etheldred Jennings of Grosvenor Chambers, Oxford Street, London, esq., Francis Edward Newman Rogers of Ramscombe, Co. Wilts. esq., and William Hodgson of Beverley, Co. York, esq
The residuary personal estate of Sir Charles John James Hamilton (Will dated 12 April 1889)
By this settlement, made upon the intended marriage between (a) and (b), the said property was conveyed to (d) upon trust for (a) until the solemnisation of the said marriage, subject to the life interest therein of (c), and upon trust after the death of (c), to raise thereout the sum of £100,000 for the benefit of (a) and (b) and the children of the said intended marriage
Bound volume

Disentailing Deed  Add Mss 20,857  20 December 1906

Contents:
Between (a) Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton of Iping House, bart., (b) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of 13 Devonshire Place, Co. Middlesex, esq., and (c) Park Goff of 1 New Court Temple, barrister at law, and Francis Edward Newman Rogers of Ramscombe, Co. Wilts., esq., M.P
Capital investments and real estate in the counties of Kent, Monmouth and Sussex - including
I Mill called Iping Mill, cottages and lands in Iping (7a.2r.35p), purchased for £3000 from J. Allen by conveyance dated 17 May 1892
II Farm called Westons Farm in Iping (19a.2r.27p), purchased for £800 from the trustees of the will of J. Tilbury by conveyance dated 24 August 1892
Recites: (i) 27 May 1867. Settlement between (a) Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton, (b) Mary Elizabeth Gill spinster, (c) Favoretta Hamilton, (d) Sir Charles John James Hamilton, and (e) Edward Corbett, the younger, Richard Edward Jennings, William Robert Maurice Wynne, and Thomas William Gill, made upon the intended marriage between (a) and (b), whereby certain estates in Kent, Monmouth, and Sussex were limited to (e) upon trust for (a) and (b) and the children of the said marriage
(ii) That the said trustees were, by the said settlement, invested with the sum of £23,587.13s.6d., 3% Consolidated Bank Annuities, and had since sold the same, and purchased property in Monmouth and Sussex which stood limited to the trusts declared in the said settlement
(iii) That the said Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton, the first son of the said Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton and Dame Mary Elizabeth Hamilton his wife, had attained the age of 21 years, and that they were desirous of barring his estate in tail male in the said property
By this deed the said property is conveyed to (c) upon trust to such uses as (a) and (b) should appoint and in default of such appointment to the uses declared in the said Settlement of 27 May 1867

Settlement  Add Mss 20,858  14 February 1907

Contents:
Between (a) Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton of Iping House, bart., (b) Dame Mary Elizabeth Hamilton, his wife, (c) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of 13 Devonshire Place, Co. Middlesex, esq., (d) Edward Corbett of Longnor, Co. Salop, esq., Richard Edward Jennings of 15 Palmeira Mansions, Brighton, esq., and William Robert Maurice Wynne of Peniarth, Co. Merioneth, esq., and (e) Park Goff of 1 New Court Temple, barrister at law and Francis Edward Newman Rogers of Ramscombe, Co. Wilts, esq., M.P
Capital investments and real estate in the counties of Brecon, Kent, Monmouth, and Sussex (919.643a), including the property at Iping described in Add Mss 20,857
Maps included
By this deed (a) and (c), by virtue of the powers vested in them by the Disentailing Deed described in 2 above, release the said property unto (e) upon trust to the use of (a) during his life, thereafter to the use of (b) during her life, and thereafter to the use of (c), his heirs and assigns
Bound volume

Mortgage, to secure the sum of £6000  Add Mss 20,859  9 December 1907

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq., to (b) The Equity and Law Life Assurance Society of 18 Lincolns Inn Fields, London
Capital investments and real estate as described in Add Mss 20,858
By this deed the said property is conveyed to (b) to secure the said sum of £6000 with proviso for redemption upon the payment by (a) of £12,480 at the expiration of one month from the death of the survivor of the abovesaid Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton and Dame Mary Elizabeth Hamilton, his wife

Mortgage, to secure the sum of £600  Add Mss 20,860  11 September 1908

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq., to (b) Thomas Stevens, Owen Markham Powell, Benjamin William Horne, and Arthur Collin Moore of 7 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, esqs
I A moiety of certain capital investments, due to (a) under the Will dated 21 June 1867 of Joseph Gill
II Real estate and part of the capital investments described in Add Mss 20,858
Recites: (i) 1 December 1905. Mortgage in Fee Simple, to secure the sum of £2650, from (a) the said Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq., to (b) The Equity and Law Life Assurance Society, of a moiety of certain stocks, funds, and securities due to (a) under the Will dated 21 June 1867 of the said Joseph Gill
(ii) 9 December 1907. Mortgage in Fee Simple, to secure the sum of £6000, from (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq., to (b) The Equity and Law Life Assurance Society, as described in Add Mss 20,859

Mortgage, to secure the sum of £1300  Add Mss 20,861  20 August 1909

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq., to (b) Thomas Stevens, Owen Markham Powell, Benjamin William Horne, and Arthur Collin Moore of 7 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, esqs
I Real estate and part of the capital investments described in Add Mss 20,858
II Messuage, stable, and hereditaments known as 13 Devonshire Place, St. Marylebone, London, leased to (a) for a term of 40 years by Thomas Evelyn Baron Howard de Walden and Seaford by lease dated 24 November 1905
Recites: (i) 24 November 1905. Lease for Term of 40 Years of II from (a) Thomas Evelyn Baron Howard de Walden and Seaford to (b) Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton and the said Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton
(ii) 24 May 1909. Mortgage of II, to secure the sum of £1200, from (a) the said Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton to (b) the said Thomas Stevens, Owen Markham Powell, Benjamin William Horne, and Arthur Collin Moore

Further Charge, to secure the additional sum of £1300  Add Mss 20,862  27 November 1909

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq., to (b) Thomas Stevens, Owen Markham Powell, Benjamin William Horne, and Arthur Collin Moore of 7 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, esqs
Property described as in Add Mss 20,861

Further Charge, to secure the additional sum of £1400  Add Mss 20,863  23 February 1910

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq., to (b) Thomas Stevens, Owen Markham Powell, Benjamin William Horne, and Arthur Colin Moore of 7 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, esqs
Property described as in Add Mss 20,861

Reconveyance and Reassignment, in consideration of the repayment of principal sums and interest  Add Mss 20,864  13 July 1910

Contents:
From (a) Owen Markham Powell, Benjamin William Horne, and Arthur Collin Moore of 7 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, esqs., to (b) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq
Property described as in Add Mss 20,860-20,861

Further Charge, in consideration of the additional sum of £6000  Add Mss 20,865  14 July 1910

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq., to (b) The Equity and Law Life Assurance Society of 18 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London
Property described as in Add Mss 20,859
By this deed the said property is subject to a further charge for securing the additional sum of £6000 with proviso for redemption upon the payment by (a) of the further reversionary charge of £12,520 at the expiration of one calendar month from the death of the survivor of the abovesaid Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton and Dame Mary Elizabeth Hamilton, his wife

Further Charge, to secure the additional sum of £1000  Add Mss 20,866  28 October 1910

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq., to (b) The Equity and Law Life Assurance Society of 18 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London
Property described as in 4 above
By this deed the said property is subject to a further charge for securing the additional sum of £1000 with proviso for redemption upon the payment by (a) of the further reversionary charge of £2086

Mortgage and Further Charge, to secure the aggregate sum of £2000  Add Mss 20,867  3 December 1910

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping House, Midhurst, esq. to (b) Roger Harbin Manley of Rosenheim, Grange Road, Deal, Co. Kent, Captain in H.M. Army (Retired)
I Real estate and part of the capital investments described in Add Mss 20,858
II Messuage, stable, and hereditaments known as 13 Devonshire Place, St. Marylebone, London
Recites: (i) 24 May 1909. Mortgage of II, to secure the sum of £1200, from (a) the said Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton and (b) Thomas Stevens, Owen Markham Powell, Benjamin William Horne, and Arthur Collin Moore
(ii) 18 August 1909. Assignment of Mortgage of II from (a) the said Thomas Stevens, Owen Markham Powell, Benjamin William Horne, and Arthur Collin Moore to (b) the said Roger Harbin Manley
By this deed I is conveyed to (b) to secure the total sum of £2000, and II is subject to the additional charge of £800 (making £2000 in total)

Further Charge, to secure the additional sum of £2500  Add Mss 20,868  18 December 1911

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Iping, esq., and (b) Roger Harbin Manley of 9 Randolph Gardens, Salisbury Road, Dover, Co. Kent., Captain in H.M. Army (Retired) to (c) The Equity and Law Life Assurance Society of 18 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London
Property described as in Add Mss 20,859
By this deed the said property is subject to a further charge for securing the additional sum of £2500 with proviso for redemption upon the payment by (a) of the further reversionary charge of £5067

Grant of a reversionary annuity of £250, in consideration of £1675  Add Mss 20,869  19 March 1913

Contents:
From (a) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Paisley Cottage (formerly called The Gables), Selsey, esq., to (b) The Equity and Law Life Assurance Society of Lincoln's Inn Fields, London
I The Iping estate including Iping House, with the gardens, pleasure grounds, outbuildings, and cottage (10a.2r.21p); woodlands and pond (159a.0r.25p); Manor Farm (201a.1r.17p); Stubb Hill and Little Kingsham Farms (188a.0r.2p); Stubbs and part of Moorhouse Farm (122a.2r.28p); Knapp, part Moorhouse, and Robins Farm (42a.1r.15p); and other lands in Iping, Chithurst and Stedham (19a.1r.9p)
II Ring's Green Farm in Froxfield, Co. Hants. (111a.0r.0p)
III Capital investments
By this deed the said property is charged with the payment of an annuity of £250 to (b) from the death of the abovesaid Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton

Reconveyance and Reassignment, in consideration of the repayment of principal sums and interest  Add Mss 20,870  19 June 1913

Contents:
From (a) Roger Harbin Manley of 9 Randolph Gardens, Dover, Co. Kent, Captain in H.M. Army (Retired), to (b) Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Paisley Cottage, Selsey, esq
Property described as in Add Mss 20,867

Reconveyance, in consideration of the repayment of principal sums and interest  Add Mss 20,871  16 October 1916

Contents:
From (a) The Equity and Law Life Assurance Society of 18 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, to (b) Sir Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Paisley Cottage, Selsey, bart
Property described as in Add Mss 20,859 (excepting such parts as had since been sold by (b))
Recites: (i) That Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton and Dame Mary Elizabeth Hamilton his wife, mentioned in the mortgage described in Add Mss 20,859, had since died, and that (b) had become absolutely entitled in possession to all property subject to the trusts of the settlement described in Add Mss 20,858
(ii) That part of the property contained in the said mortgage had since been sold, with the approbation of (a)

Appointment of new trustees  Add Mss 20,872  28 November 1916

Contents:
Between (a) Sir Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Paisley Cottage, Selsey, bart., and (b) Park Goff of 4 Park Place, St. James's Street, London, esq., and Arthur Collin Moore of 7 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, esq
Recites: (i) 12 April 1889. Will of Sir Charles John James Hamilton of Iping House, Midhurst, bart., deceased, by which his property at Iping, Chithurst, and Stedham (773.231a) and at Froxfield in Co. Hants (111.886a) was devised to the use of Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton, and by which the said Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton, the Reverend Edward Henry Rogers, and William Robert Wynne were appointed trustees and executors of the Will for the purposes of the Settled Land Act 1882 and the Conveyancing and Law of Property Act 1881
(ii) That the said Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton, the Reverend Edward Henry Rogers, and William Robert Wynne had since died
(iii) That part of the property contained in the; said will, comprising a piece of land in Stedham (16a.2r.36p) and a piece of land in Iping (2a.0r.29p), had since been sold by the said Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton, and that part of the net proceeds of the said sales, amounting to £531.18s.8d., had been invested in the purchase of Local Loan Stock
By this deed (b) are appointed trustees of the said Will, in the place of the said Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton, the Reverend Edward Henry Rogers, and William Robert Wynne, and are vested with the real estate and personal property contained in the said Will (schedules included) and with the sums received from the sale of the abovesaid lands, to the uses declared in the said Will

Release of an annuity of £150, part of a reversionary annuity of £250, in consideration of £2103  Add Mss 20,873  17 January 1917

Contents:
From (a) The Equity and Law Life Assurance Society of 18 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, to (b) Sir Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton of Paisley Cottage, Selsey, bart
Property described as in Add Mss 20,869
Recites: (i) 19 March 1913. Grant of a reversionary annuity of £250 as described in Add Mss 20,869
(ii) That Sir Edward Archibald Hamilton had since died, and that (b) had agreed to repurchase part of the said annuity of £250, leaving the said property charged with an annuity of £100 payable to (a)

"Abstract of the title of Sir Charles Edward Archibald Watkin Hamilton, Baronet, to Freehold property known as Ring's Green Farm situate at Froxfield in the County of Southampton."  Add Mss 20,874  1919

Schedules of title deeds, relating to property belonging to the Hamilton family in Selsey and London  Add Mss 20,875  15 January 1948

3 docs.

Inland Revenue Account of the Succession to Property of Edward Sydney Hamilton of The Cottage, Lavant  Add Mss 20,876  21 August 1948

Contents:
Expectant upon the death of Sir Thomas Sydney Percival Hamilton of The Cottage, Lavant, bart., and derived from Sir Charles John James Hamilton by his Will dated 12 April 1889

Release  Add Mss 20,877  7 October 1948

Contents:
From (a) Sir Thomas Sydney Percival Hamilton of The Cottage, Lavant, bart., and (b) Edward Sydney Hamilton of The Cottage, Lavant, esq., to (c) Arthur Collin Moore of 69 Springfield Road, London, esq., of the trusts created by the Will of Sir Charles John James Hamilton, bart., dated 12 April 1889

Special Constable's Instruction Book  Add Mss 20,878  1939

Source of acquisition: Presented by Mrs. W.A. Langer of Sidlesham, 29 January 1978.


Instructions for the West Sussex Special Constabulary  Add Mss 20,878  1959

Contents:
Issued to Charles Earwicker of Redgate Farmhouse, Sidlesham

Papers relating to the Warnham Lodge Estate  Add Mss 20,879 - 20,928  1891-1943

Source of acquisition: Presented by Messrs. Collisons, 2 Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.2, per the British Records Association, July and August 1972.


Administrative history:
Sir Henry Harben, of 10 Eton Avenue, Hampstead, and also of Warnham Lodge, Warnham and of Tamworth House, Marine Parade, Brighton, was President and a former Chairman of the Prudential Assurance Company. At his death on 2 December 1911 his personal estate, not including considerable settled property, totalled almost £400,000. Most of his property, including Warnham Lodge and its surrounding farms, passed to his daughter, Mrs. Mary Wharrie, who at her death in February 1937 left £1½ millions.

Contents:
The interest of this collection derives from two quarters. First there is information about the Warnham Lodge Estate, which included several houses and cottages in Warnham village and several farms, viz. Joanland, Stone, Sands, Slades, Chaffields, Malt Mayes and Tanners Farms, in the immediate neighbourhood. Secondly, there are the papers relating to the donations which Mrs. Wharrie, widowed in 1917, was accustomed to make to friends, relatives and good causes
This was a bulky collection, and has been heavily "weeded". In the main this has entailed the removal and destruction of rough drafts, duplicates and carbon copies, and of "ephemeral" material, such as formal acknowledgments of letters received
However, material relating to the following subjects connected with Mrs. Wharrie have been deemed to have only peripheral interest and have also been disposed of
(1) Correspondence relating to sums settled on relatives by Mrs. Wharrie, 1920-1937. The settlement deeds alone have been retained. See Add Mss 20,901
(2) Papers relating to an agreement by Mrs. Wharrie to underwrite bank loans to her nephew Roy Harben and to Harben and Co., importers, London, up to £7000
(3) Income Tax papers, and papers in a disputed valuation of 10 Eton Avenue, 1930
(4) Bills and vouchers for small sums paid by Mrs. Wharrie's executors, mostly for maintaining her properties. Only vouchers relating to Warnham Lodge Farm have been preserved. See Add Mss 20,915 bundle 1
(5) Papers concerning conveyances of small plots of land at Chaffields Bridge, Northlands Crossroads and Northlands Corner, all in Warnham, to West Sussex County Council for road widening, 1935-1937
(6) Copies of the printed Final Accounts of Mrs. Wharrie's estate, individually signed and approved by her beneficiaries. One copy only has been kept as a record
See Add Mss 20,915 bundle 2
(7) Solicitor's bills of charges
In addition, a box of papers concerning Thomas Wharrie and his property in Great Portland Street, Westminster, was sent by the B.R.A. to Westminster Public Libraries (Marylebone Branch)

REAL PROPERTY  [no ref. or date]

Warnham  [no ref. or date]

Papers concerning the purchase from the Lyne Estate of Joanland and Stone Farms  Add Mss 20,879  1906-1907

1 bdl.

Papers and plans relating to the gift of an acre of Joanland Farm to Horsham R.D.C. for council housing  Add Mss 20,880  1919-1922

1 bdl.

Papers concerning the purchase of five cottages in Friday Street, Warnham  Add Mss 20,881  1915

1 bdl.

Agreements for letting various houses and cottages in Warnham  Add Mss 20,882  1894-1925

10 docs.

Brighton  [no ref. or date]

Papers concerning the purchase of Tamworth House, Marine Parade, Brighton  Add Mss 20,883  1908

1 bdl.

Papers concerning the purchase of nos. 17-23 Marine Gardens, Brighton  Add Mss 20,884  1908-1909

1 bdl.

Papers in a dispute with Charles Scrase Dickins, concerning the ownership of the property in Add Mss 20,884, 1926, and also relating to the sale of all the Brighton property in 1937  Add Mss 20,885  1926,1937

1 bdl.

London  [no ref. or date]

Papers concerning ground rents payable to Mrs. Wharrie from property in Gipsy and Romany Roads, Upper Norwood, and St. George's Road, Twickenham  Add Mss 20,886  1919-1930

1 bdl.

Draft assignment of Seaford Lodge, Fellows Road, Hampstead, from Mrs. Wharrie to her brother Henry Harben  Add Mss 20,887  1921

1 doc.

Papers concerning the sale of 10 Eton Avenue and of 21 Provost Road, Hampstead  Add Mss 20,888  1937

1 bdl.

Contents:
With a few earlier papers

SETTLEMENT AND PROBATE  [no ref. or date]

Sir Henry Harben  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Papers concerning the death of Sir Henry Harben and the administration of his estate. Note, however, that some of his bequests only took effect on the death of Mrs. Wharrie, and that further papers can therefore be found in Add Mss 20,904-20,915

Copy of the will and codicils of Sir Henry Harben; epitome of the same; printed statement as to the administration of the estate  Add Mss 20,889  nd

3 docs.

Copies of Newspapers carrying official notices about the estate of Sir Henry Harben  Add Mss 20,890  1912

Contents:
The Times, 23 Feb. 1912; Sussex Daily News, 23, 26 Feb. 1912; West Sussex County Times, 24 Feb., 2 March 1912

"Executors of late Sir Henry Harben. Correspondence Dec. 1911 to Dec. 1912" and "1913"  Add Mss 20,891, 20,892  1911-1913

2 bdls.

Miscellaneous executors' correspondence  Add Mss 20,893  Dec. 1911 - Sept. 1931

1 bdl.

"Sir Henry Harben deceased: re Appointment of new Trustees, 1923 and 1926", with related papers  Add Mss 20,894  1923,1926

1 bdl.

"Sir Henry Harben's estate: General correspondence, 1930" and "1931"  Add Mss 20,895, 20,896  1930,1931

2 bdls.

Miscellaneous papers  Add Mss 20,897, 20,898  No date

2 bdls.

Contents:
Add Mss 20,897 includes particulars of Sir Henry's Warnham property, block plans of Warnham Lodge and Warnham Home Farm, and lists of fire appliances and farm stock and tools at Warnham Lodge in Dec. 1911

Mrs. Mary Wharrie  [no ref. or date]

Copy settlements and resettlements of the Warnham Lodge Estate and of Sands Farm, Warnham, for the benefit of Mrs. Wharrie for life, 1891-1902; also copies of later trust deeds to 1926  Add Mss 20,899  1891-1926

6 docs.

Copy settlement on the marriage of Thomas Wharrie esq. to Miss Mary Harben, 10 August 1899; with related papers to 1929  Add Mss 20,900  1899-1929

13 docs.

Documents concerning the funds of the above settlement, and in particular the settling of sums on Mrs. Wharrie's relatives  Add Mss 20,901  1918-1936

34 docs.

Papers concerning £40 invested for the upkeep of the grave of Rev. Thomas Wharrie, d. 1844, in Symington churchyard, Ayrshire  Add Mss 20,902  1919-1930

3 docs.

Papers relating to a gift to the National Gallery of a portrait of Pringle Fraser by Sir Henry Raeburn R.A., to take effect at Mrs. Wharrie's death  Add Mss 20,903  1930

4 docs.

Papers relating to the death of Mrs. Wharrie and the administration of her estate  [no ref. or date]

Copies of the will and codicils of Mrs. Wharrie, with an epitome of the same, together with some related papers  Add Mss 20,904  nd

1 bdl.

Minutes of executors' meetings  Add Mss 20,905  March 1937 - November 1939

1 file

"Estate Duty Office"  Add Mss 20,906  June 1937 - August 1939

1 file

"Warnham Lodge Estate"  Add Mss 20,907  October 1937 - May 1940

1 file

General correspondence files  Add Mss 20,908-20,913  1937-1943

6 files

Contents:
February - July, July - September, October - December 1937, December 1937 - March 1938, November 1938 - March 1941, May 1941 - January 1943

Printed Final Accounts, prepared June  Add Mss 20,914  1939

2 docs.

Contents:
With typescript schedules to the same

Miscellaneous papers  Add Mss 20,915  nd

5 bdls.

CHARITABLE DONATIONS  [no ref. or date]

Copy conveyance, plans etc. concerning the church hall built by Mrs. Wharrie for St. Saviour's, Hampstead  Add Mss 20,916  1924-1928

1 bdl.

Papers concerning Warnham Village Institute, mostly 1927-1930 but including a copy of the trust deed of 1891  Add Mss 20,917  1891-1930

1 bdl.

Correspondence concerning the gift of £4000 for a Vestry Hall at St. Martin's Church, Gospel Oak, 1928-1930, and of £2100 for the restoration of the church, 1933-1935  Add Mss 20,918  1928-1935

1 bdl.

Report and Accounts for 1931 of the Rustington Convalescent Home for Working Men  Add Mss 20,919  1931

1 vol.

Papers concerning the Wharrie Coffee Stall and Cabmen's Shelter, Haverstock Hill, 1934-1936, with later papers to 1950  Add Mss 20,920  1934-1950

1 bdl.

Correspondence  Add Mss 20,921  1934-1937

1 bdl

Contents:
Concerning the donation of £12,500 towards the acquisition of St. John's Lodge, Regent's Park, as a museum for the Flinders Petrie Palestinian Collection, and the endowment of the University of London Institute of Archaeology, Includes several letters from Sir Mortimer Wheeler, Director of the Institute

Correspondence concerning a projected gift of £2000 to Webster Lodge, Hampstead, a hostel run by the Christian Alliance for Women and Girls  Add Mss 20,922  1935

1 bdl.

Gifts  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
Documents concerning various charitable gifts, 1918-1937. Recipients include the main London Hospitals, Hampstead Cricket Club, Hampstead Naval Brigade, a church in Kentish Town, associations for the blind and for orphans, Stonehenge, and the City of London Territorial Association, as well as friends and relatives in need

Correspondence, 1919-1933, 1934-1937  Add Mss 20,923, 20,924  1919-1937

2 bdls.

Miscellaneous papers  Add Mss 20,925  1918-1937

1 bdl.

MAPS  [no ref. or date]

2nd ed. 6" O.S. sheets II. SE and XIII. NE, marked to show property in Warnham purchased by Sir Henry Harben between 1888 and 1901  Add Mss 20,926, 20,927  nd

2 docs.

2nd ed. 6" O.S. sheet II. SE marked with the boundaries of Brookhouse and Joanland Farms, Warnham  Add Mss 20,928  nd

Records of Messrs. Lintott and Co., walking-stick makers of Witley, co. Surrey  Add Mss 20,929 - 21,048  1876-1968

Source of acquisition: Deposited by the Weald and Downland Museum, Singleton, 30 December 1974.



Related information: "Growing Walking Sticks", Country Life, vol. 12, p.168 (1902).
"A Walking Stick Factory", Sussex County Magazine, vol. 12, pp.638-640. J.R.P. Postlethwaite (1938).
"Serving the World with Walking Sticks", Secret Sussex, p.45 by Hardiman Scott (1949).

Administrative history:
Mr. Leonard Lintott of Downland, Petworth, originally a wood-cutter, founded his walking-stick business in 1858. He began by sending cut chestnut and ash to other manufacturers and later made walking-sticks himself, and, with the help of his sons James (Jas), Henry, Thomas and Geoffrey, the business and subsequent partnership thrived.
The Lintotts bought the cutting rights of local woods and had their own plantations, the wood from which was made not only into walking-sticks, but also shepherds' crooks, scout poles, umbrella handles, hockey sticks and army officers' sticks.
The business lasted approximately one hundred years.

ADMINISTRATION  [no ref. or date]

Price lists, 1876, 1878, 1968; also catalogue, n.d  Add Mss 20,929  1876-1968

1 bdl.

Agreement for letting and renting land and shed situate at Witley in the County of Surrey  Add Mss 20,930  24 May, 1879

1 doc.

Contents:
Between Frederick Clarke, secretary of the London and South Western Railway Co. and Leonard Lintott of Witley, co. Surrey

Fire Insurance Policies on factory and stock, 1883, 1889 (3), 1890, 1894 (2)  Add Mss 20,931  1883-1894

8 docs.

Life Insurance Policy of Mr. Leonard Lintott  Add Mss 20,932  8 December 1883

1 doc.

Lease for 21 years from Edward Turner, 5th Earl of Winterton, to Leonard Lintott of Downland, Shillinglee Park, Petworth  Add Mss 20,933  22 May 1883

1 doc.

Contents:
Land with a frontage of three chains and ninety links in Fisher Lane, Chiddingfold, co. Surrey; with factory, workshops, store room, faggot built and thatched roof, boiling houses etc
Endorsed with two memoranda increasing rent, 5th March 1884, 16th August 1888

Statement of affairs of Mr. L. Lintott, 31 December 1896, with inventory of stock at Downland, Petworth and list of book debts  Add Mss 20,934  1896

3 docs.

Agreement between the Rt. Hon. Earl Winterton and Mr. Leonard Lintott of Downland, for provision of a shed at the factory  Add Mss 20,935  9 November 1899

1 doc.

List of stock damaged by fire  Add Mss 20,936  1899

1 doc.

Agreement for Partnership  Add Mss 20,937  29 October 1901

1 doc.

Contents:
Between (a) Leonard Lintott the elder, walking stick maker and wood merchant and (b) Leonard Lintott the younger, Henry Lintott, James Lintott and Frederick Lintott, all of Chiddingfold

Statement of affairs of J.M. Barton and Co., 209 City Road, E.C., Lintott and Sons being the major creditor, 24 February 1913, 1 and 30 March 1913  Add Mss 20,938  1913

1 bdl.

Plan of premises with covering letter and details, Mellersh, Mellersh and Collier, Insurance Agents  Add Mss 20,939  June 1912

1 bdl.

Letter from Russell and Arnholz, solicitors, to Lintott and Sons, thanking them for forwarding various documents  Add Mss 20,940  29 January 1920

1 doc.

FINANCE  [no ref. or date]

Final Accounts  [no ref. or date]

Annual Balance Sheets, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1944  Add Mss 20,941-20,945  1906-1944

5 docs.

Trial Balance Sheets, 1906, 1910-1917, 1919  Add Mss 20,946-20,955  1906-1919

10 docs.

General Ledger, includes annual balance sheets  Add Mss 20,956  1906-1908

1 vol.

Second Stage Accounts: Material and Labour  [no ref. or date]

Cash books - receipt and payments  Add Mss 20,957, 20,958  1907-1914

2 vols.

Purchases Day Book  Add Mss 20,959  January 1907 - May 1913

1 vol.

Payments Book (sales and petty cash)  Add Mss 20,960  1 January 1908 - 24 December 1913

1 vol.

Gostrode Estate (underwood) accounts with agreement  Add Mss 20,961  1912-1913

1 bdl.

Workmans Expenses Ledger  Add Mss 20,962  1916-1922

1 vol.

Petty Cash book (payments)  Add Mss 20,963  May 1924 - June 1928

1 vol.

Supplies order book  Add Mss 20,964  21 May 1926 - 22 June 1931

1 vol.

Cash book (payments)  Add Mss 20,965  1 October 1931 - 31 August 1939

1 vol.

Wages accounts  Add Mss 20,966  19 February 1886 - 9 November 1888

1 vol.

Underwood Cutters account (pp. 1-208), 1895-1907; with general receipt and payment (cash) accounts (pp. 212-328), 1920-1923  Add Mss 20,967  1895-1923

1 vol.

Cutters' accounts (wages)  Add Mss 20,968-20,973  1915-1921

6 bdls.

Cutters' accounts (wages)  Add Mss 20,974  1927-1936

1 vol.

Factory wages book  Add Mss 20,975  June 1911 - November 1915

1 vol.

Insurance wages book  Add Mss 20,976  July 1912 - September 1917

1 vol.

Wages account book  Add Mss 20,977  June 1927 - December 1934

1 vol.

Wages book  Add Mss 20,978  November 1933 - November 1935

1 vol.

Wages book  Add Mss 20,979  December 1935 - December 1939

1 vol.

Wages book  Add Mss 20,980  January 1940 - January 1944

1 vol.

Stock Lists  [no ref. or date]

Plant Stock books, 1905/6, 1909-1911, 1914, 1917, 1928-1939, 1941  Add Mss 20,981-20,999  1905-1941

19 docs.

Stock and Manufacturing Stock books, 1907-1917, 1928-1941  Add Mss 21,000-21,024  1907-1941

25 docs.

Underwood Stock sheets  Add Mss 21,025-21,032  1911-1918

8 docs.

Second Stage Accounts: Sales  [no ref. or date]

Sales order book (records of actual sales and money received)  Add Mss 21,033  January 1910 - March 1914

1 vol.

Sales order book  Add Mss 21,034  October 1914 - January 1922

1 vol.

Sales order book  Add Mss 21,035  October 1930 - December 1940

1 vol.

Invoice book (records of sales accounts submitted to customer)  Add Mss 21,036  April 1906 - November 1908

1 vol.

Invoice book  Add Mss 21,037  1915-1920

1 vol.

Invoice book  Add Mss 21,038  August 1924 - April 1928

1 vol.

Invoice book  Add Mss 21,039  April 1928 - October 1929

1 vol.

Invoice book  Add Mss 21,040  August 1930 - August 1931

1 vol.

London and S.W. Railway Accounts, for carriage of products, 1907-1920, 1921-1926, 1927-1930  Add Mss 21,041-21,043  1907-1930

3 vols.

CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

Letter Book  Add Mss 21,044  1 March 1920 - 11 April 1921

1 vol.

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

Sales card, Leonard Lintott and Sons  Add Mss 21,045  After 1901

1 doc.

Photograph of workers outside factory  Add Mss 21,046  n.d

1 doc.

Photograph of workers inside factory using the "horse" to straighten the walking sticks  Add Mss 21,047  n.d

1 doc.

An Illustrated Catalogue of Red Moulded Bricks, manufactured by S. & E. Collier Ltd., Reading  Add Mss 21,048  1913

1 doc.

Records of Richard William Hulls, butcher, High Street, Arundel  Add Mss 21,049 - 21,088  1886-1900

Source of acquisition: Deposited by the Weald and Downland Museum, Singleton, 30 December 1974.


Customers Ledger  Add Mss 21,049  1893-1894

1 vol.

Customers Ledger  Add Mss 21,050  1894-1896

1 vol.

Customers Ledger  Add Mss 21,051  1896

1 vol.

Customers Ledger  Add Mss 21,052  1897-1898

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,053  October 1890 - March 1891

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,054  March 1891 - August 1891

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,055  n.d. [?1891]

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,056  January 1892 - March 1892

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,057  April 1892 - July 1892

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,058  July 1892 - October 1892

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,059  October 1892 - December 1892

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,060  December 1892 - March 1893

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,061  March 1893 - June 1893

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,062  August 1893 - October 1893

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,063  October 1893 - December 1893

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,064  December 1893 - February 1894

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,065  July 1894 - August 1894

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,066  August 1894 - October 1894

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,067  November 1894 - January 1895

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,068  January 1895 - April 1895

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,069  April 1895 - May 1895

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,070  June 1895 - October 1895

1 vol.

Sales Order Book, with miscellaneous accounts  Add Mss 21,071  October 1895 - November 1896

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,072  January 1896 - March 1896

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,073  March 1896 - July 1896

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,074  July 1896 - November 1896

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,075  March 1897 - June 1897

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,076  July 1897 - September 1897

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,077  January - May 1898

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,078  August 1899 - October 1899

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,079  October 1899 - December 1899

1 vol.

Sales Order Book  Add Mss 21,080  January 1900 - March 1900

1 vol.

Sales Order Book - with cash totals  Add Mss 21,081  January 1892 - April 1892

1 vol.

Sales Order Book - with cash totals  Add Mss 21,082  August 1892 - April 1893

1 vol.

Sales Order Book - with cash totals  Add Mss 21,083  June 1893 - December 1893

1 vol.

Sales Order Book - with cash totals  Add Mss 21,084  October 1894 - January 1896

1 vol.

Sales Order Book - with cash totals  Add Mss 21,085  January 1896 - February 1897

1 vol.

Sales Order Book - with cash totals  Add Mss 21,086  February 1897 - May 1898

1 vol.

Sales Order Book - with cash totals  Add Mss 21,087  May 1898 - April 1899

1 vol.

Report and Balance Sheet of the Arundel Co-operative Industrial and Provident Society, Ltd. for the 88th Quarter, ending March 17th, 1892 and for the 89th Quarter, ending June 16th, 1892  Add Mss 21,088  1892

2 docs.

Miscellaneous records of Framptons Nurseries Ltd  Add Mss 21,089 - 21,100  1920-1962

Source of acquisition: Deposited by D.G. Frampton Esq., Framptons Nurseries Ltd., Tarring Nursery, Littlehampton Road, Worthing, November 1972.


Expenditure Ledger  Add Mss 21,089  January 1920 - October 1941

Day Book  Add Mss 21,090  January 1920 - December 1928

Rough Cash Book  Add Mss 21,091  May 1928 - July 1935

Bank Book (Westminster Bank Ltd.)  Add Mss 21,092  December 1928 - November 1931

Seed Book  Add Mss 21,093  1945-1956

Printed details and photographs relating to Frampton Ferguson glasshouses  Add Mss 21,094  n.d

Report on Climate Measurement at Leythorne', by S.A. Searle  Add Mss 21,095  14 September 1951

Two typescript histories, '75 Years of Horticulture', and 'The First 75 Years'  Add Mss 21,096  1962

Part of OS, 1:1250 plan, TQ 1603 SE, 1953, showing Meadow Road Nursery, Worthing  Add Mss 21,097  nd

Photographs of Meadow Road Nurseries, Worthing and of the Framptons staff  Add Mss 21,098  nd

Newspaper cuttings, magazine articles relating to the business, its directors or its employees. c.1925-1960; 1937-1962  Add Mss 21,099, 21,100  c1925-1962

2 bdls.

The contents of this catalogue are the copyright of West Sussex Record Office
Rights in the Access to Archives database are the property of the Crown, © 2001-2014

The records described on this page are held by West Sussex Record Office