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'Index: K-Z', A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 1: Bramber Rape (Southern Part) (1980), pp. 294-307. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=18270 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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Kempe:
-, C. E.,
-, John, rector of Southwick and abp.of Canterbury,
-, (formerly Russell), Wm.,

Kent, Joan of, see Joan

Kent, see Blackheath; Canterbury; Cowden; Dartford; Deptford; Dover; Mottenden; Rochester; Sandwich; Woolwich

Keymer,

Kilwardby, Rob., abp. of Canterbury,

King's Barn(s), see Beeding, Lower and Upper

Kingston, see Ferring

Kingston by Sea (Kingston Bowsey Kingston Buci),
-, n,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, bdry.,
-, ch.,
-, coastguard stn.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fields, open,
-, glebe,
-, hosp.,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, Kingston Bowsey man.,
-, man.-ho., n,
-, lifeboat stn.,
-, local govt.,
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, place-name,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, port,
-, public servs.,
-, rly.,
-, rec. grounds,
-, rectors, and see Dawson; William
-, rectory ho.,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds., and n
-, schs.,
-, sport,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, and see Shoreham

Kingston near Lewes,

Kipling, R.,

Kirkland, Sir John,

Knelle manor, see Goring, Field and Knelle mans.

Knepp, see Shipley

Knight:
-, (formerly Austen), Edw.,
-, Edw. (another),
-, Sam.,
-, Thos., see Broadnax

Knights Hospitaller, and see Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem

Knights Templar,

Knoblock, Edw.,

Knowles's bakery,

Lade:
-, Sir John (d. 1740),
-, Sir John (d. 1759),
-, Sir John (fl. 1782),

Lady Bee Marina Company Ltd.,

Ladywell stream,

Lamb, Wm.,

Lambert, Revd. Edw., Methodist minister,

Lancashire, see Liverpool; Manchester

Lancing:
-, Alice of, m. - Malmeyns,
-, Bertha of, m. Niel de Brock,
-, Wm. of (d. before 1206),
-, Wm. (others, fl. 12th and 13th cents.),

Lancing,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, alms-ho.,
-, Beach Green,
-, bdry.,
-, Boundstone Lane, q.v.
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, cinemas,
-, climate,
-, clubs and societies,
-, coastguard stn.,
-, College, see Lancing, schs.
-, com. pasture,
-, convalescent homes,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Old and New Salts Farmhos.,
-, fms.,
-, Burwell's (later College) fm.,
-, ferries,
-, fields, open,
-, glebe,
-, Grants man.,
-, Hoecourt hamlet and man., and n, and n man.-ho.,
-, inc.,
-, ind. estates,
-, inns,
-, Suss. Pad,
-, 'Lancing Manor Ho.',
-, pk.,
-, Lancing Ring,
-, land reclam.,
-, libraries,
-, local govt.,
-, man.,
-, estate,
-, man.-hos. (Church Farmho. and
-, Monks Farmho.),
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, mills,
-, Monks man.,
-, nonconf.,
-, North Lancing,
-, man., see Lancing, man.
-, Pende,
-, port,
-, place-name,
-, poor-ho.,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, public servs.,
-, rly.,
-, rly. carriage wks.,
-, reading rm.,
-, rec. grounds,
-, rectory,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds. and streets,
-, New Salts Fm. Rd.,
-, Shopsdam Rd.,
-, The Terrace,
-, St. John's man.,
-, schs.,
-, gram. sch.,
-, Lancing Coll.,
-, Sea Mills bridge, q.v.
-, as seaside resort,
-, shops,
-, Shoreham airport,
-, South Lancing,
-, man., see Lancing, man.
-, sport,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Martin
-, Widewater,
-, and see Shoreham Beach

Lancing and Shoreham Times,

Lancing Building Society,

land reclamation, and see Botolphs; Bramber; Broadwater; Coombes; Lancing; Shoreham; Steyning; Worthing

Lane, E. W.,

Lanfranc, abp. of Canterbury,

Langford:
-, Chas.,
-, John,

Langridge, Thos., vicar of Lancing,

Langton, Wm. of,

Langworth:
-, Ant.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Large, Ric. le,

Largius, Wm.,

Lashmar, fam.,

Lasseter, Wm.,

Latimer (Bucks.),

Latter Day Saints, see Mormons

Leconfield, barons, see Wyndham

Lee:
-, John,
-, Ric. (fl. 1541),
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1546, ? the same),

Lee farm, see Clapham, fms.

Leeds:
-, Alice, see Wilcombe
-, Englebert,
-, John (d. 1433 × 1443),
-, John (d. c. 1457),
-, John (fl. 1470-1),
-, John (d. c. 1558),
-, John (d. 1606),
-, Sir John (d. 1656),
-, Rob.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Leeds (Yorks. W. R.),

Leeves:
-, Eliz., see Byne
-, Rob.,

Leicester, ctss. of, see Eleanor

Leicestershire, see Lodington

Leigh (Surr.),

Leofwin,

leprosy, n

Levett:
-, Eliz., see Green
-, John (d. by 1526),
-, John (d. c. 1535),
-, John (d. 1554),
-, Laur.,
-, Mary, m. Thos. Eversfield,

levies, see militia, musters, and levies

Levinge, Sam.,

Levret (fl. before 1066),

Lewes,
-, priory,
-, rape, n,
-, rds. to,

Lewes Building Society,

Lewin (fl. 1053-66, ? more than one),

Lewknor:
-, Anne, w. of Edw., m. Edm. Etchingham,
-, Anne, w. of Thos., see Bellingham
-, Ant.,
-, Cath., w. of Ric.,
-, Dorothy, w. of Edw.,
-, Edw. (d. 1522),
-, Edw. (d. 1528),
-, Edw. (attainted 1556),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1605),
-, Edw. (d. 1611),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1618),
-, Edw. (d. 1634),
-, Eleanor, see Camoys
-, Francis,
-, Hamon,
-, Jane, m. Wm. Baylie,
-, Joan,
-, Judith, w. of Thos., m. Anselm Fowler,
-, Marg., w. of Edw.,
-, Mary,
-, Ric. (d. 1506), n,
-, Ric. (fl. mid 16th cent., ? more than
-, one),
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos. (d. 1598 or 1599),
-, Thos. (fl. late 16th cent., ? the same),
-, Thos. (fl. 1650),
-, Mr.,
-, fam.,

ley farming,

libraries, see Findon; Heene; Lancing; Shoreham; Sompting; Steyning; Worthing

Lidbetter:
-, John (fl. 1635),
-, John (d. 1709),
-, Ric.,
-, Sophia, w. of Ric.,
-, Thos. (d. 1737),
-, Thos. (d. 1765),
-, Thos. (d. 1816),
-, fam.,

lifeboat stations, see Kingston by Sea; Shoreham; Shoreham Beach; Worthing

lighthouses, see Shoreham

lime-burning, and see mining and quarrying, chalk-quarrying

Lincoln, bp. of,

Lincolnshire, see Welby

Linfield, A. G., Ltd.,

Liptrott, Mary,

Little, W. G.,

Little Broadwater, see,Broadwater ,Little Broadwater

Littlehampton,

Liverpool (Lancs.),

Livesay:
-, Fanny, see Tribe
-, G. H. P.,

livestock, tellers of,

Lloyd:
-, Mrs. A. B.,
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Jas. Martin,
-, Eliz., w. of Jas., see Martin
-, Jas. (d. 1754),
-, Jas. (d. 1798),
-, Sir Jas. Martin,
-, Rebecca M.,
-, Mr.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Carr-Lloyd

Lloyds Bank,

Loader:
-, Arthur,
-, Sir Edm.,
-, Sir Rob., M.P.,
-, his widow,

Lodington (Leics.),

London,
-, as address,
-, bp. of,
-, commuting to work in,
-, as mkt., n,
-, Norf. Ho., n, n
-, rlys. to,
-, rds. to,
-, St. Paul's cath.,
-, and see Blackheath; Deptford; Woolwich

London and County Banking Company,

London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway,
-, carriage wks., see Lancing, rly. carriage wks.

Long Furlong (in Clapham and Findon), and see Patching, fields, open

Longhurst, Ric.,

Longman, Fanny,

Louis VIII, king of France,

Lovegrove, Wm.,

Low Countries, and see Belgium; Flanders; Netherlands

Loxfield hundred,

Lucas:
-, C. T.,
-, Sam.,

Lucy, Jas., and his w. Isabel,

Luxford:
-, Thos. (fl. 1731),
-, Thos. (d. before 1797, ? same as last),

Lyall:
-, Geo.,
-, fam.,

Lychpole:
-, Alan de,
-, Alice de, m. Luke de Vienne,
-, And. de (fl. mid 13th cent.-1332, at least two of this name),
-, Joan de, m. John Piper,
-, Joan, w. of Wm. de,
-, Joan, w. of And. de, see Peverel
-, John de,
-, Ralph de,
-, Steph. de,
-, Thos. de,
-, Wm. de (fl. 1279),
-, Wm. de (d. by 1299, ? another),
-, Wm. de (fl. 1328-c. 1341),
-, fam.,

Lychpole, see Sompting

Lyminster,
-, Pynham priory, q.v.

Lyons:
-, Hen. de,
-, John de,
-, John de, s. of last,
-, Lucy, m. Hen. Tutbury,
-, Ric. de,
-, fam.,

Lyons man., see Broadwater; Wiston

Mackenzie, Sir Compton,

Madehurst,

Madeira,

Mais, S. P. B.,

Makin, Bathsua, see Pell

Malling:
-, Godfrey of (fl. late 11th cent.),
-, Godfrey of (fl. 1155),
-, Wm. of,

Malling, South,

Malmeyns:
-, Alice, see Lancing
-, John,
-, Maurice,
-, Nic.,
-, Ralph,
-, Wm.,
-, -,
-, fam.,

Malta,

malting industry, and see brewing ind.

Manchester (Lancs.),

Mandeville, Phil. de,

Manna, Wm. s. of, see William

Manners, John, marquess of Granby,

Manning:
-, Edw.,
-, John,

Mansfield, J. W.,

manure:
-, chalk as,
-, seaweed as,
-, sewage as,

Mapleton, John, rector of Broadwater,

Marcall, Ric.,

Margesson:
-, Col. E. W.,
-, John,
-, Col. W. G.,
-, Capt. W. H. D.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Markes, Wm.,

market-gardening, see Bramber; Broadwater; Clapham; Durring-ton; Findon; flower-growing; fruit-growing; Heene; Kingston by Sea; Lancing; Patching; Salvington; Shoreham; Sompting; Southwick; Steyning; Tarring, West; tobacco-growing; Washington; Worthing

markets, and see Bramber; Broadwater; Findon; Shoreham; Steyning; Tarring, West; Worthing
-, clerks of mkt.,

Markwick (later Eversfield), Wm.,

Marlott (Merlot):
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1288-96), n
-, Wm. (d. c. 1378),
-, Wm. (fl. 1402),
-, Wm. (fl. 1428, s. of last),
-, fam.,

Marlpost, see Horsham

marshal, John the, see John

Marshall, Chas.,

Martin:
-, Edw., vicar of Lancing,
-, Eliz., m. Jas. Lloyd,

martyr, Marian,

Martyrs Memorial and Church of England Trust,

Maud, dau. of Hen. II,

Maudlin, see Bramber, Bidlington

Mauleverer, Rob.,

Mautravers, Wm., earl of Arundel, see FitzAlan

Mawer, Rob.,

May:
-, Sir John,
-, Mary, w. of Sir John, see Morley
-, Thos., see Broadnax
-, Wm.,

May & Thwaites, shipbuilders,

Maybank, fam.,

Medland, Thos., vicar of Steyning,

Melbourne (Australia),

Mellersh, John,

Melville, Miriam,

Meredith, Geo.,

Merle:
-, Agatha de,
-, Gillian de, see Braose
-, Herb. de,
-, Wm. de,

Merlot, see Marlott

Merrow:
-, Thos. of,
-, Wal. of,
-, Wm. of (fl. 1296),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1346, ? the same),

Merrow (Surr.),

Merton (Surr.), priory,

Methodists,

Michelborne:
-, Edw. (d. 1587),
-, Edw. (fl. 1598),

Michelgrove:
-, Eliz., m. John Shelley,
-, (or Falconer), Hen. (d. 1364),
-, Hen. (d. 1395),
-, John (d. 1393),
-, John (d. 1398),
-, John (d. before 1439),
-, John (d. 1459),
-, John (d. 1459, another),

Michelgrove, see Clapham

Michell, Rob., and his w. Agnes,

Michell's brewery,

Middlesbrough (Yorks.N.R.),

Middlesex, earl of, see Cranfield

Middlesex, see Syon abbey; Twickenham

Middleton:
-, John (d. 1636),
-, John (fl. 1641),
-, John (fl. 1695-1743),
-, Thos. (d. 1661 or 1662),
-, Thos. (d. 1694 or 1695),
-, fam.,

Midhurst,

militia, musters, and levies,

Mill:
-, Alex.,
-, Ann, m. Wm. Apsley,
-, Edm.,
-, Sir John,
-, (or Cook), John,
-, Ric.,
-, Ric. of the,
-, (or Cook), Rog.,
-, Thos. at,
-, Wm.,

Mille, Ric.,

Miller, Max,

Milles, Jeremiah, rector of West Tarring and dean of Exeter,

mills:
-, fulling-mills, see textile ind., fulling
-, horse-mill,
-, steam-mills,
-, tide mill,
-, and see under place-names

Millward, fam.,

mineral water manufacture,

mining and quarrying:
-, chalk-quarrying,
-, clay-digging,
-, flint-mining,
-, gravel-digging,
-, iron ind.,
-, sand extraction,
-, shingle extraction,
-, and see cement manufacture; lime-burning

minster church,

mints,

missions, Anglican,

Mitchell, fam.,

Molyneux, Caryll, Vct. Molyneux,

Monk, fam.,

Monke:
-, Barbara,
-, Jane, m. Thos. Broadnax,
-, John (d. before 1714),
-, John (d. 1716),
-, Susanna, see Blaker
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Monmouth, John of,

Montague, Vct., and see Browne

Montgomery:
-, John de,
-, Rog. de,

Moore:
-, Adrian, and his w. Priscilla,
-, Geo.,

More, Wm.,

Morin (fl. 1086),

Morley:
-, Anne,
-, Cath., w. of Sir Edw.,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., m. John Trevor,
-, John,
-, Marg.,
-, Mary, m. Sir John May,
-, Rob., and his w. Susanna,
-, Wm.,

Morley, barons, see Parker

Morley, see Shermanbury

Mormons (Latter Day Saints),

Morris, Wm.,

morrowspeech, court of,

motor engineering and manufacture,

motoring, see tourism and holidays

Mottenden (in Headcorn, Kent) minster,

Mounsher:
-, Eliz.,
-, John,

Mowbray:
-, Aline de, see Braose
-, Anne, m. Ric. Plantagenet, duke of York,
-, Eleanor, w. of John, duke of Norf.,
-, Eliz., w. of John, duke of Norf.,
-, Eliz., w. of Thos. de, duke of Norf., m. Sir Rob. Goosehill, Gerard Ufflete,
-, Sir John de, Ld. Mowbray (d.1322),
-, John de, Ld. Mowbray (d. 1361),
-, John de (d. 1368),
-, John de, earl of Nott. (d. 1383),
-, John, duke of Norf. (d. 1432),
-, John, duke of Norf. (d. 1461),
-, John, duke of Norf. (d. 1476),
-, Thos. de, successively earl of Nott.
-, and duke of Norf. (d. 1399),
-, Thos., earl of Norf. and Nott. (d.1405),
-, fam.,

Mozley, J. B., vicar of Old Shoreham,

'multiple estates',

Munday, Francis,

Munpincun:
-, Clemence de,
-, Hugh de,
-, Iseult, w. of Hugh de, m. - Biset,

Muntham:
-, John of,
-, Thos. of,
-, fam.,

Muntham, see Findon; Itchingfield

murage,

museums, see Arundel; Bramber;Shoreham; Tarring, West;Worthing

musters, see militia, musters, and levies

Napoleonic Wars,

Nash, Ric. at (fl. 1296-1327, ? more than one),

Nash, see Steyning

National Health Service,

National Protestant Church Union,

National Sunday League, n

National Trust,

Navarino, battle of,

Neale, J. M.,

Neligan, M. D. M.,

Nepcote, see Findon

Netherlands (Holland), and see Flushing

Neville, Sir Thos.,

New Shoreham, see Shoreham

'new towns', medieval, see Bramber, boro.; Shoreham, boro.

Newcastle upon Tyne (Northumb.),

Newhaven,

Newick,

Newington:
-, Goddard,
-, Morgan,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos.,

Newland:
-, Emily,
-, Frances,
-, Geo.,
-, Harriet,
-, Harry, and his w. Ann,
-, John (d. 1806),
-, John (d. 1848),
-, Ric.,

Newman, John, vicar of Lancing,

newspapers, see Hove Gazette; Lancing and Shoreham Times; Shoreham; Steyning; Sussex Coast Mercury; Sussex Express; Worthing

Newtimber, Saddlescombe in,

Newton, Edw., rector of Kingston by Sea,

Nicholas, bell-founder,

Nicholls:
-, Annie,
-, Edith,

Nicholson, Wm., vicar of New Shoreham, later bp. of Gloucester,

Ninfield hundred,

nonconformity, see Baptists; Christian Scientists; Congregationalists; Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion; Independents; Jehovah's Witnesses; Methodists; Mormons; Plymouth Brethren; Presbyterians; puritans; Quakers; Salvation Army; Tabernacle; Unitarians; United Reformed Church; Westminster Assembly of Divines; and see place-names

Nore:
-, Ric.,
-, Sibyl, see Green

Norfolk, dukes of,
-, n,
-, arms,
-, and see Fitzalan-Howard; Howard; Mowbray

Norfolk, earls of, see Howard, Hen.Fred., Thos.; Mowbray, Thos.

Norfolk, see Shelton; Yarmouth, Great

Norman (fl. 1066),

Norman, Wm. s. of, see William

Normandy (France),
-, duke of, see William I

Norris:
-, Cath., see Garraway
-, Edw.,
-, Ric.,

North End, see Findon

North Sea,

Northamptonshire, see Ailsworth; Weldon, Little

Northbourne stream,

Northo:
-, Wm. of (d. 1338),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1357),

Northumberland, duke of, see Percy

Northumberland, earl of, and see Percy

Northumberland, and see Newcastle upon Tyne

Norton:
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1406-23),
-, John (d. c. 1797),
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Nottingham, earl of, see Berkeley; Howard, Chas.; Mowbray, John de, Thos. de

Nourse, Wm., rector of Clapham,

Nuneaton, Wm.,

Nuneaton (Warws.), priory,

Nutham, see Horsham

Nuthurst,
-, Sedgewick (formerly in Broadwater),

Nye, Hen., rector of Clapham,

Ockenden, fam.,

officials, local, less common, see carcases, inspector of; coroners; curimannus; harvest, overseers of; livestock, tellers of; markets, clerks of mkt.; serjeant; well-wardens; woodward

Offington:
-, Thos. de, and his w. Isabel,
-, Wm. de,

Offington, see Broadwater

Ogle, Edw.,

Okehampton (Devon), n

Old Bridge (de Veteri Ponte), see Botolphs

Old Bridge (tithing in Burbeach hund.), n

Old Shoreham, see Shoreham

Oliver, rector of Washington,

Orme, Geo.,

O'Shea, Mrs.,

Osward (fl. 1066),

Overington, fam.,

Oxford,
-, Keble Coll.,
-, Magdalen Coll.,
-, n, n,

Oxfordshire, see Baldon, Marsh; Godstow

Padwick:
-, Hen. (fl. 1874),
-, Hen., ? his s. (fl. c. 1920),

Page:
-, John,
-, Nic. (d. 1632), and his w. Anne,
-, Nic. (fl. 1634),

Paine:
-, Geo.,
-, Wm.,

Paine Manwaring & Lephard Ltd.,

Pakalos, Wal. de,

Palmer:
-, John,
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1546-57),
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1605),
-, Sir Thos., s. of last,

Parham,

Paris, Matthew,

Paris (France),

Parker:
-, Hen., Ld. Morley,
-, Philippa, see Caryll
-, Reuben,
-, Thos., Ld. Morley,

Parkhurst, Rob., vicar of Washington,

parks, and see Broadwater, Offington; Clapham, Michel-grove; (all s.v. Findon) Cissbury Ho., Findon Pk., Findon Pla., Muntham; Lancing, 'Lancing Manor Ho.'; Shipley, Knepp; Shoreham; Sompting; Washington; Wiston

parliamentary representation, see Arundel; Bramber; Bramber, rape; Shoreham, boro.; Steyning; Sussex; Worthing

Parnell, C. S.,

Parson:
-, Barnard,
-, John, n
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Parsons, Thos.,

Passmore:
-, W. J.,
-, fam.,

Patcham,

Patching,
-, adv.,

Patching (cont.):
-, agric.,
-, bdry.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, com. pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Dulany Ho.,
-, fms.,
-, fields, open,
-, Longfurlong,
-, France hamlet,
-, glebe,
-, hund.,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, institute,
-, local govt.,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, Patching Hill,
-, peculiar jurisdiction,
-, place-name,
-, pond,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, pumping stn.,
-, rectors, and see Camilla; English, David; Garbrand; Tew; Wilmer, Sam.
-, rectory ho.,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, Selden,
-, sport,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, wds.,

payments, customary, and see danger silver

Paynel:
-, Marg., see Gatesden
-, Sir Wm.,

Peachey:
-, Eliz., see Fagg
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Hen. John, Ld. Selsey,
-, Jas., Ld. Selsey,
-, John, Ld. Selsey,
-, Sir John (d. 1744),
-, Sir John (d. 1765),
-, Wm.,

Pearson, John, and his w. Fanny,

Peck, Hen. (father and son),

Peckham:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, John, abp. of Canterbury,

peculiar jurisdictions, see Patching; Steyning; Tarring, West

Peke, Ric.,

Pelham:
-, Herb.,
-, Sir Nic. (fl. 1559),
-, Sir Nic. (fl. 1602, ? same as last),
-, Thos.,

Pell:
-, Bathsua, m. - Makin,
-, John, 'rector' of Southwick,
-, John, mathematician,
-, Thos.,

Pellatt:
-, Benj.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1484),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1558),

Pembrokeshire, see St. David's

Penbridge, Wm.,

Pende, see Lancing

Pende, water of, see Adur

Penfold:
-, Clara,
-, Hugh (fl. 1770, ? same as next),
-, Hugh (d. 1807),
-, Hugh (d. 1850),
-, Hugh, see Wyatt
-, Jas. (fl. 1773-1813),
-, Jas. (fl. 1840),
-, Jane,
-, John, vicar of Steyning,
-, John (d. 1738),
-, John, s. of last,
-, John (d. 1803),
-, John (d. 1821),
-, John (fl. 1840),
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Penn:
-, Gullielma Maria, see Springett
-, Springett,
-, Wm., the Quaker,
-, Wm., s. of last, and his w. Mary,
-, Wm. (fl. 1736),

Pennington:
-, Isaac,
-, Mary, see Springett

Pepys, Sam.,

Perching, Ralph of,

Percy:
-, Eleanor, see Poynings
-, Eliz., see Hautington
-, Hen., earl of Northumb. (d. 1461),
-, Hen., earl of Northumb. (d. 1489),
-, Hen., earl of Northumb. (d. 1537),
-, Hugh, duke of Northumb., and his w.,
-, John,
-, Wm., and his w. Mary,

Periam:
-, Benj.,
-, Cath., m. - Bulstrode,

Peshale:
-, Aline de, see Braose
-, Ric. de,

pest-houses, see Findon; Steyning

Peterborough, ctss. of, see Howard, Eliz.

Petworth, Ric., rector of Findon,

Petworth,
-, honor,

Pevensey, Ric. de, and his w. Isabel,

Pevensey, rape,

Peverel:
-, Alice, w. of And.,
-, And. (fl. 1242, ? same as next),
-, And. (d. 1274),
-, And. (d. 1329),
-, Sir And. (d. 1375),
-, Joan, m. And. de Lychpole,
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1306),

Phillips:
-, Albert,
-, fam.,

Phipps, Thos., rector of Bramber with Botolphs,

pianola manufacture,

Piffard, H.,

pig-keeping,

pilgrims,

pillory,

Pinchback, Eliz.,

Pinnock, Frances, m. John Crofts,

Piper:
-, Joan, see Lychpole
-, John,
-, Rob.,

piracy,

Plantagenet:
-, John, duke of Bedford,
-, Ric., duke of York,
-, his w. Anne, see Mowbray

Plumer, Caroline,

Plymouth Brethren,

Poling,
-, (or Rieberge) hund.,

Polstead, Hen.,

Poole, fam.,

Poole (Dors.),

poor-houses, see Lancing; Thakeham,united pars.; Wiston
-, and see workhouses

Portchester (Hants),

Porter, John,

ports and harbours, see Bramber; Brighton; Chichester; Cinque ports; Kingston by Sea; Lancing, Pende; Shoreham, harbour; Southwick; Steyning; Worthing, harbour and port

Portslade, Ric. of,

Portslade,

Portsmouth (Hants),

Postlethwaite:
-, John, rector of Kingston by Sea,
-, Wal.,

Potter:
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,

Potter, Bailey, and Company,

pottery industry,

poultry-farming,

Powys, John Cowper,

Poynings:
-, Eleanor, m. Hen. Percy, earl of Northumb.,
-, Sir Mic. of, Ld. Poynings,
-, Ric., Ld. Poynings, and his w. Isabel,
-, Rob., Ld. Poynings,
-, fam.,

Poyntz:
-, Eliz., see Browne
-, W. S.,
-, his daus.,

prehistoric settlement and remains,

Presbyterians,

Preston, East:
-, poor-law union,
-, rural dist.,
-, united pars.,
-, wkho.,

Pretyman:
-, Eliz., see Sedley
-, Sir Geo.,

Pride, John,

Pridgeon, Mrs.,

Priestley, J. B.,

prisons, see Bramber; Shoreham; Sompting; Steyning

professional men,

prosecuting society,

Puffer, Rob.,

Pulborough,

Pullen (later Pullen-Burry):
-, John,
-, Mr.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Burry

Pullen-Burry, H. and A. Ltd.,

punishment, see ducking stool; gallows; pillory; stocks; tumbrel

Purdon, Jas.,

puritans,

Puseyism, and see High churchmanship; Tractarians

Pye, Sir Edm.,

Pyecombe,

Pynham priory (in Lyminster), n

Quakers,

quarter sessions, see Sussex

Quecche, Hugh,

Queen Anne's Bounty,

racehorse-training,

radar station,

Radmyld:
-, Marg., see Camoys
-, Ralph,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

railways, and see London, Brighton, and South Coast Rly.; Southern Rly.; and place-names

Ralph (fl. 1086, at least two of this name),

Ralph son of Tedric,

Ramsey, S.,

Randolf, Wal.,

Rank Hovis McDougall Ltd.,

Rannulf, Wm. s. of, see William

Ranulph son of William,

rapes, and see Arundel; Bramber; Chichester; Hastings; Lewes; Pevensey

Rastrick:
-, Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, J. U.,
-, Mrs.,

Rawlinson, Sir Rob.,

Rawson, Thos.,

Raymond, fam.,

Raynes, Mr.,

Raynsford, Geo.,

reading rooms, see Broadwater; Clapham, institute; Lancing; Shore-ham; Sompting; Steyning; Tarring, West; Washington; Worthing, institutes and reading rms.

Rebecca, J. B.,

recreation grounds, see Broadwater; Durrington; Findon; Kingston by Sea; Lancing; Shoreham; Sompting; Southwick; Tarring, West; Washington; Worthing

Reformation, resistance to,

Reigate (Surr.), priory,

Reith, John, Ld. Reith,

rents, less common:
-, crossbows,
-, entertainment,
-, 'parkseycorn',
-, salt,

Repton, Humph.,

return of writs,

Ricardo's, engineering consultants,

Rich, Sir Ric.,

Richard, St., bp. of Chichester,

Richard I,

Richard, earl of Cornwall,

Richard (fl. 1086),

Richardson:
-, Frances, w. of Thos.,
-, John,
-, Mary, w. of Wm.,
-, Thos. (d. 1795 × 1797),
-, Thos. (fl. 1824),
-, Wm.,
-, Wm. Westbrook,
-, fam.,

Ridel, Geof., bp. of Ely, n

Rieberge hundred, see Poling

rifle-shooting,

Ringmer,

riots,

'ripier' (fish-carrier),

Rivaux, Peter de,

roads:
-, drove-rds.,
-, hollow-ways,
-, Rom.,
-, turnpike,
-, toll-hos.,
-, and see causeways; coaching; tourism and holidays, motoring; tramways; and place-names

Roberts:
-, Hen. (fl. 1541),
-, Hen. (another, fl. 1556),
-, Hugh,
-, John,

Roberts & Son,

Robinson, Thos., vicar of Lancing,

Robson, Jas.,

Rochester (Kent),

Rock, see Washington

Rock Brewery (of Brighton),

Rodmell,

Roffey, see Horsham

Rogate, see Durford abbey

roller-skating,

Roman Catholicism, and see Shoreham; Worthing

Romano-British settlement and remains, and see roads, Rom.

Romyn, Hen.,

Roos, Sir Hen.,

ropemaking,

Rose:
-, Judith,
-, Marg., m. Sir Jos. Sheldon,

Rothenale, John,

Rottingdean,

Rouen (Seine-Maritime, France), n

Rowdell, see Washington

rowing,

royal free chapels,

Royal National Lifeboat Institution,

Royal Navy,

Royston (Herts.),

Rusper,
-, priory,

Russell:
-, Arthur T., rector of Southwick,
-, C. F. W.,
-, Hugh,
-, L. G.,
-, Dr. Ric.,
-, Wm., see Kempe

Rutland, duke of,

Rycroft, Ric., vicar of West Tarring,

Rye,

Ryman, John, and his w. Eliz.,

Sackville, Ric., earl of Dors. (fl. 1662),

Saddlescombe, see Newtimber

St. Amand:
-, Jas.,
-, John,

St. Botolph's, see Botolphs

St. David's (Pembs.),

St. Denys:
-, Beatrice of,
-, Hugh of,

St. Florent, abbey of, see Saumur

St. Leonard's forest (in Lower Beeding),

St. Owen:
-, Gilb.,
-, John (fl. 1291),
-, John (fl. 1378),
-, Patrick,
-, Ralph (fl. c. 1150),
-, Ralph (fl. 1201-2),
-, Ralph (fl. 1242),
-, Ralph (fl. 1268, ? same as last),
-, Ralph (fl. 1304),
-, Ralph (fl. 1316),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

St. Valery:
-, Annora of, m. Rob., count of Dreux,
-, Hen. of,
-, Ric. of,
-, Thos. of,

St. Valery, honor of,

salt-making,

salt trade,

Salvation Army,

Salvin, Ant.,

Salvington (in West Tarring),
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,

Salvington, High, see Worthing

sand extraction, see mining and quarrying

Sandham:
-, Maj. C. F.,
-, C. M.,
-, Gen. Geo.,

Sandwich (Kent),

Sandys:
-, Sir Edwin,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Edwin Sandys,

Sandys (cont.):
-, Eliz., w. of Hen. Sandys, m.
-, Ralph Scrope,
-, Joan, w. of Sir John, m. Sir Thos.
-, Skelton,
-, Sir John,
-, Margery, see Bray
-, Miles,
-, Thos., Ld. Sandys,
-, Sir Wm., Ld. Sandys,
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys, his grds.,
-, fam.,

Santiago de Compostela (Spain),

Saumur (Maine-et-Loire, France),abbey of St. Florent near,

Savage:
-, Rob. le (fl. 1086),
-, Rob. le (fl. 1217-56, ? more than
-, one),
-, Wm. le, rector of Broadwater,
-, fam.,

Saxon settlement,

Saxony (Germany),

school boards,

schools:
-, dame schs.,
-, evening-schs.,
-, nursery sch.,
-, Ragged sch.,
-, and see place-names

Scotland, see Glasgow

Scott:
-, E.,
-, Sir Geo. Gilb.,

Scrase:
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah Louisa, n
-, fam.,

Scrope:
-, Eliz., see Sandys
-, Ralph,

Sea Mills bridge (in Broadwater and Lancing),

Seaford,

seals,

Seamen's Institute,

seaside resorts, and see Brighton; Heene; Lancing; Shoreham; Shoreham Beach; tourism and holidays; Worthing; Worthing, West

Seaview Estates Development Company,

seaweed, see manure; Worthing

Second World War,

Sedgewick, see Nuthurst

Sedley:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Rob. Houghton, Sir Geo. Pretyman,
-, Sir Isaac,

Seebold, C. A.,

Selden, John,

Selden, see Patching

Sele priory (in Upper Beeding), n, n,

Selsey, barons, see Peachey

Sergison, Mr.,

serjeant (manorial officer),

services, customary, and see bishops-thresh; castle-ward; clausura parci; escort service; murage

settlement, and see prehistoric settlement and remains; Romano-British settlement and remains; Saxon settlement

settlements, depopulated,

Seville (Spain),

Seymour, Thos., Ld. Seymour,

Shadwell:
-, Thos. (fl. 1729),
-, Thos., s. of last,

sheep-farming,

Sheepcombe, see Findon

Sheldon:
-, Dan.,
-, Sir Jos.,
-, Judith,
-, Marg., w. of Sir Jos., see Rose
-, Mary,

Shelley:
-, Sir Chas.,
-, Cordelia,
-, Edw.,
-, Eleanor, m. Geo. Dalbiac,
-, Eliz. (fl. early 19th cent.),
-, Eliz., w. of John, see Michelgrove
-, Geo., rector of Coombes and Wiston,
-, Hannah,
-, Hen. (fl. late 16th cent., ? same as next),
-, Hen. (d. 1623),
-, Hen. (d. 1805),
-, Hen. (d. 1811),
-, Hen., of Patcham,
-, Jane,
-, John (d. 1527),
-, John (d. 1550),
-, John (d. 1592),
-, Sir John (d. 1641), and n,
-, his w.,
-, Sir John (d. 1703),
-, Sir John (d. 1771),
-, Sir John (d. 1783),
-, Sir John (d. 1852),
-, Percy Bysshe,
-, Ric. (fl. 1515),
-, Ric. (fl. 1580),
-, Ric., of Patcham,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Timothy,
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1549),
-, Wm. (fl. 1550-96),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. early 17th cent.),
-, Mr.,
-, fam., n,
-, estates,

Shelton (Norf.),

Shermanbury,
-, Ewhurst,
-, Morley,

shingle extraction, see mining and quarrying

shipbuilding, boatbuilding, and related industries, n,

Shipley,
-, Knepp:
-, honor,
-, pk.,

Shirley:
-, Edw.,
-, Frances,
-, Francis,
-, John (d. 1527), m. Parnel Grand-ford, Margery -,
-, John (d. 1616),
-, Sir John (d. 1631),
-, John (d. 1637),
-, Margery, w. of John,
-, Mary, w. of Wm., m. Ric. Elrington,
-, Parnel, w. of John, see Grandford
-, Ralph (d. 1466),
-, Ralph (d. 1510),
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Thos. (d. 1544),
-, Thos., of Buddington (fl. 1592),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1612),
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1622),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Shoreham (New Shoreham, Old Shoreham, Shoreham-by-Sea),
-, Abberbury man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, airport, see Lancing, Shoreham airport
-, barracks,
-, boro. (New Shoreham),
-, 'new town',
-, officers, (bailiffs, mayors, 165)
-, parl. rep.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, Buckinghams,
-, Buckingham Ho., n,
-, burgages,
-, cemetery,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch., and see Woodard
-, cinemas, theatres, and halls,
-, clubs and societies,
-, com. pasture,
-, community centre,
-, as county centre,
-, cross,
-, custom-hos.,
-, decline of town,
-, dom. archit. of town,
-, Erringham hamlet and man.,
-, chap.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, New Erringham,
-, fair,
-, fms.,
-, Court Fm.,
-, ferries,
-, fields, open,
-, fire (c. 1248),
-, glebe,
-, harbour, port, and shipping, n
-, hosp.,
-, inc.,
-, inns and public hos.,
-, land reclam.,
-, libraries,
-, lifeboat stn.,
-, lighthouses,
-, local govt.:
-, boro., see Shoreham, boro.
-, local bd.,
-, manorial,
-, parochial,
-, Shoreham-by-Sea (formerly New Shoreham) urban dist.,
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, mkts.,
-, mkt.-hos.,
-, mkt.-pla.,
-, Marlipins,
-, mills,
-, museums,
-, New Shoreham man. or boro., see Shoreham, boro.
-, newspapers,
-, nonconf.,
-, Old Shoreham man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, and see Shoreham, Rusper or Old Shoreham man.
-, Old Shoreham village,
-, pks.,
-, parl. rep., see Shoreham, boro.
-, place-name,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, port, see Shoreham, harbour
-, prison,
-, public servs.,
-, rlys.,
-, reading rm.,
-, rec. ground,
-, rectories,
-, rectors,
-, religious hos.,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds. and streets,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, royal visits,
-, Rusper or Old Shoreham man.,
-, schs.,
-, gram. sch.,
-, as seaside resort,
-, Southbrook,
-, sport,
-, The Stone,
-, Swiss Gdns., n,
-, tithes,
-, town halls, and n
-, trades and ind., n,
-, vicarage hos., n,
-, vicars, and see Gray; Wheeler
-, wkhos.,
-, and see Kingston by Sea; Shoreham Beach; Southwick

Shoreham and District Electric Light and Power Company,

Shoreham and District Waterworks Company,

Shoreham Beach (formerly Bungalow Town),
-, ch.,
-, clubs, social,
-, coastguard stn.,
-, ferries,
-, footbridge,
-, fort,
-, hosp.,
-, lifeboat stn.,
-, public ho.,
-, rly.,
-, sch.,
-, as seaside resort,
-, trades and ind.,

Shoreham river, see Adur

Shortsfield, see Horsham

Shrewsbury, archdeacon of, see Swerford

Shuttleworth, John,

simony,

Simson, John, vicar of Sompting,

Singlecross hundred,

Singleton, Wm. of, and his w. Eliz.,

Sisson, Ric., vicar of Old and New Shoreham,

Sisters of Mercy,

Sisters of Notre Dame de Sion (1862),

Sisters of Our Lady of Sion (1967-77),

Skelton:
-, Joan, see Sandys
-, John,
-, Sir Thos.,

Slaugham,

Slindon,

Slinfold,

Slutter:
-, John, rector of Bramber with Botolphs,
-, John (fl. c. 1500),
-, John (fl. 1546),
-, Wm. (d. 1546),
-, Wm. (fl. 1598),
-, fam.,

Smirke:
-, Sir Rob., n
-, Sydney,

Smith:
-, Chas., rector of Coombes and vicar of Sompting,
-, Hen., alderman of London,
-, char. of,

smuggling,

Snewin, Edw.,

Solewick, see Wiston, pks.

Somerset:
-, Adelaide Harriet, see Brooke-Pechell
-, Sir Alfred,
-, fam.,

Somerset, see Bath

Sompting,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, alms-ho.,
-, bdry.,
-, Boundstone Lane, q.v.
-, char.,
-, Charmandean Lane, q.v.
-, ch.,
-, Cokeham hamlet and man.,
-, chap.,
-, estate,
-, hosp.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, com. pasture,
-, community centre,
-, Dankton,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fair,
-, fms.,
-, Lyons fm.,
-, fields, open,
-, glebe,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, lay rector,
-, libraries,
-, local govt.,
-, Lychpole,
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, pk.,
-, Park Brow,
-, place-name,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, prison,
-, public servs.,
-, rly.,
-, reading rm.,
-, rec. grounds,
-, rectory,
-, rectory ho.,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,
-, schs.,

Sompting Abbotts man. and tithing,
-, estate,
-, man.-ho.,

Sompting Peverel man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Brownsword; Hooper, T. P.
-, wds.,

Sompting brook, see Broadwater brook

Sonde, Ric., and his w. Pauline,

Sousa, J. P.,

South Downs,

South Eastern Electricity Board,

South Eastern Gas Board,

South Saxons,

South-West Metropolitan Regional Hospital Board,
-,

Southampton, earl of, see Fitzwilliam

Southampton (Hants),

Southbrook, see Shoreham; Steyning

Southdown Motor Services,

Southern Railway,

Southern Water Authority,

Southey, Rob.,

Southwell, Rob., and his w. Marg.,

Southwick,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, barracks,
-, bdry.,
-, Brambleden,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, com. pasture,
-, community centre,
-, Copperas Gap,
-, Culpepers (estate),
-, Eastbrook man.,
-, fair,
-, fields, open,
-, Fishersgate,
-, footbridge,
-, Gainsford (estate),
-, glebe,
-, Green,
-, Hazelholt,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, local govt.,
-, man.,
-, Manor Ho.,
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, mills,
-, nonconf., n,
-, place-name,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop., n,
-, port,
-, public halls,
-, public servs.,
-, rly.,
-, rec. grounds,
-, rectors, and see Gray; Pell, John
-, rectory ho.,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, sport,
-, theatre,
-, tithes,
-, town hall, n,
-, trades and ind.,
-, and see Shoreham

Sowton:
-, Geo.,
-, Thos., vicar of Sompting,

Spain, see Santiago de Compostela; Seville

Spanish Armada,

Sparkes:
-, E. M.,
-, F. E.,

Spencer, David, rector of Clapham,

sports and pastimes, see archery; athletics; bicycling; bowls; canoeing; cricket; croquet; football; fox-hunting; golf; hockey; horse-racing; rifle-shooting; roller-skating; rowing; swimming; ten-pin bowling; tennis; yachting; and place-names

Spratt's Marsh, see Steyning

Springett:
-, Gullielma Maria, m. Wm. Penn,
-, Sir Herb.,
-, Mary, m. Sir John Stapley,
-, Mary, w. of Sir Wm., m. Isaac Pennington,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Sprot:
-, Tibbald,
-, Wulfwin,

Spurgeon, C. H.,

Stanley, Wm., vicar of West Tarring,

Stanynoghe:
-, Dan.,
-, Jane, see Cowper
-, Laur.,

Stapley:
-, Ant., M.P.,
-, Ant. (fl. 1639-49, apparently another),
-, Sir John,
-, John, and his w. Mary,
-, Mary, see Springett

Stead, W.,

Stedwell:
-, Anne,
-, Eliz.,
-, Mary,

Steele, Maria,

Stephens, Jas. Francis,

Steyning,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, barracks,
-, boro.,
-, officers,
-, bdry.,
-, brotherhood,
-, burgages,
-, burgesses,
-, castelry,
-, chant., and see Cubbel
-, char.,
-, Charlton hamlet and man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, college,
-, canons,
-, com. pasture,
-, dom. archit. of town,
-, entertainment,
-, Ewelme man.,
-, fairs,
-, fms.,
-, fields, open,
-, Gatewick man.,
-, estate,
-, man.-ho.,
-, glebe,
-, Heathens' Burial Corner, q.v.
-, hund.,
-, inc.,
-, inns and alehos.,
-, institutes,
-, land reclam.,
-, libraries,
-, local govt:
-, boro., see Steyning, boro.
-, manorial,
-, parochial,
-, man.,
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, mkts.,
-, mkt.-pla.,
-, mills,
-, Nash man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, Newham Ho.,
-, newspaper,
-, nonconf.,
-, The Old Priory, see Steyning, vicarage ho.
-, parl. rep.,
-, peculiar jurisdiction,
-, pest-ho.,
-, place-name,
-, police stn.,
-, poor-law union,
-, wkho.,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, port, n,
-, prison,
-, public halls,
-, public servs.,
-, rly.,
-, reading rm.,
-, rectory,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds. and streets,
-, Round Hill,
-, rural dist.,
-, schs.,
-, Southbrook,
-, sport,
-, Spratt's Marsh, n,
-, The Stone Ho.,
-, Testers man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, tithes,
-, town halls,
-, trades and ind.,
-, guild,
-, vicarage ho. (The Old Priory),
-, vicars,
-, Wappingthorn hamlet and man.,
-, chap.,
-, estate,
-, man.-ho.,
-, wds.,
-, wkho.,
-, Wyckham hamlet and man., n,
-, man.-hos.,

Steyning and District Electric Lighting, Heat, and Power Supply Company,

Steyning and District Waterworks Company,

Steyning Breweries Ltd.,

Steyning Electric Light Company,

Steyning Gas Company,

Steyning Permanent Benefit Building Society,

Steyning West:
-, poor-law union, wkho.,
-, rural dist.,

Stockbridge (Hants), n

stocks,

Stoke, South,

Stopham,

Storrington,

Story, Thos., vicar of Findon,

Stovold's brewery,

Stow:
-, Thos.,
-, -,

Stringer:
-, Miles,
-, fam.,

Strype, John, rector of West Tarring,

Sturgeon:
-, Ric.,
-, Terry (d. 1716),
-, Terry (fl. 1720s),

Suffolk, and see Denham

Sullington, Clayton, q.v.

Surrey, earl of, see Howard, Thos.;Warenne

Surrey, and see Coulsdon; Dorking; Guildford; Leigh; Merrow; Merton; Reigate; Waverley abbey

Sussex, duke of, see Augustus Frederick

Sussex:
-, county ct.,
-, parl. rep.,
-, quarter sessions,
-, Sax. kingdom,
-, kings, see Aelle; Cissa
-, sheriff,
-, tourn,

Sussex Archaeological Society,

Sussex Archaeological Trust,

Sussex Coast Mercury,

Sussex County Building Society,

Sussex Express,

Sussex Yacht Club,

Suter, Francis, boatbuilders,

Sutton, united pars.,

Swandean, see Durrington, fields, open

Swerford, Alex. of, rector of Southwick and archdeacon of Shrewsbury,

swimming,

Swinburne, A. C.,

Syon abbey (in Isleworth, Mdx)., and n,

Tabernacle,

Talcurtis (Tarcotais):
-, Adam.,
-, Agnes, w. of Phil.,
-, Maud,
-, Phil.,
-, Wm., n

tallage,

tanning industry,

Tapsell fam.,

Tarcotais, see Talcurtis

Tarring, Sim. of, rector of West Tarring,

Tarring:
-, bailiwick,
-, deanery,
-, hund.,

Tarring Neville,

Tarring, West,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, bdry.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, com. pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fairs,
-, fms.,
-, fields, open,
-, fraternities,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, local govt.,
-, mkt.,
-, mkt.-pla.,
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, mills,
-, museum,
-, nonconf.,
-, The Old Palace,
-, Parsonage Row,
-, peculiar jurisdiction,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, public servs.,
-, rly.,
-, reading rm.,
-, rec. ground,
-, rectors, and see Camilla; Honorius
-, rectory ho.,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,
-, Salvington, q.v.
-, schs.,
-, sport,
-, Tarring (or Tarring with Marlpost, otherwise Tarring Marlpost) man.,
-, man.-ho., and see Tarring, The Old Palace
-, Tarring rectory man.,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Stanley
-, and see Worthing

Tate, fam.,

Taverner, Phil.,

Taylor, Florence Marie,

Tedric, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

temperance movement,

Temperance Permanent Building Society, see Gateway Building Society

Templars, see Knights Templar

Temple:
-, Jas., regicide,
-, Maud of the (apparently two of this name),

ten-pin bowling,

Tench:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Fisher,
-, Sir Fisher,

tennis,

Tennyson, Alfred, Ld. Tennyson,

tentures, less common, see alodial tenure; free alms; freehold, customary

Terrick, Sam.,

Testard, fam.,

Tetbert,

Teville stream, and see Worthing, Teville pond

Tew, Edm., rector of Patching,

textile industry:
-, cloth trade,
-, dyeing ind.,
-, fulling,
-, shearman,
-, weaving,
-, wool trade,

Thakeham,
-, Goringlee,
-, poor-law union,
-, rural dist.,
-, united pars.,
-, poor-ho.,

Thanet, earls of, and see Tufton

Thayer:
-, Ann, w. of Thos.,
-, Humph.,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos.,

theatres and plays, and see Shoreham, cinemas, theatres, and halls; Southwick; Worthing, entertainment

Theobald, abp. of Canterbury,

Thomas, Nic., vicar of Lancing,

Thorp, Sir Wm.,

Thorpe, John,

Throckmorton's plot,

Thynne:
-, Harriet, dowager mchnss. of Bath,
-, Ld. Hen.,
-, Col. Ulric,
-, Ulrica, w. of Ld. Hen.,
-, fam.,

Tilney, Cornelius, rector of Southwick, n

timber trades, and see woodland trades and crafts

Tipnoak hundred,

tobacco-growing,

Tonne, John,

Torquay (Devon),

Tortington priory,

Tottington, seeBeeding, Lower and Upper

tourism and holidays,
-, motoring,
-, and see seaside resorts

tourn, sheriff's, see Sussex, sheriff

Townshend, Chas., rector of Kingston by Sea,

Tractarians, and see High churchmanship; Puseyism

trade, coastal,

trades and industries:
-, ind. estates, see Broadwater; Goring; Lancing; Worthing; Worthing,West
-, and see bell-founding; brewing ind.; brickmaking; cement manufacture; chemicals ind.; clay-pipe-making; engineering; fishing; goldsmith; grain trade; gunsmiths; jam manufacture; Lancing, rly. carriage wks.; lime-burning; malting ind.; mineral water manufacture; mining and quarrying; motor engineering and manufacture; pianola manufacture; pottery ind.; 'ripier'; ropemaking; salt-making; shipbuilding, boat-building, and related inds.; tanning ind.; textile ind.; timber trades; woodland trades and crafts; and place-names

tramways,

Tranckmore, see Trenchmare

Trangmar, W. G., n

transhumance,

Travies, Hen.,

Tredcroft, Edw., rector of Wiston,

Tregoze:
-, Hen.,
-, Joan, see Coombes
-, Rob.,

Trelawny, E. J.,

Trenchmare (Tranckmore):
-, Alan,
-, fam.,
-, and see Trangmar

Trevor:
-, Eliz., w. of John, see Morley
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., Ld. Trevor, see Burrell
-, (formerly Brand), H. O.,
-, John, Vct. Hampden,
-, John (d. 1686),
-, John (d. 1743),
-, John Morley,
-, Ric., bp. of Durham,
-, Rob., successively Ld. Trevor and Vct. Hampden,
-, Thos., Vct. Hampden,
-, Thos., Ld. Trevor,

Tribe:
-, Fanny, m. G. H. P. Livesay,
-, W. F.,
-, Wm.,

Tristram:
-, Blanche, see Crofts
-, Maj. Guy,
-, S. B.,
-, fam.,
-, estate,

Trotter, Thos.,

Trower, W. J., rector of Wiston, later bp. of Glasgow and of Gibraltar,

Truefitt, Geo.,

truffle-hunting,

Trunk, Thos.,

Tubbs, Sarah,

Tufton:
-, Cecil (?d. by 1682),
-, Cecil (fl. c. 1700), and his w.Ayliffe,
-, Cecil (d. 1728, another), and his w. Eliz.,
-, Sir Chas.,
-, John, earl of Thanet (d. 1664),
-, John, earl of Thanet (d. 1680),
-, Ric., earl of Thanet,
-, Sackville, earl of Thanet,
-, Thos., earl of Thanet,
-, Thos. (d. 1743),

tumbrel,

Turner:
-, John,
-, Mary, m. 1 Hen. Worsfold, Sam. Wilson,
-, Nat.,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos.,

turnpike roads,see roads, turnpike

Tutbury:
-, Hen.,
-, Lucy, see Lyons

Twickenham (Mdx.),

Tye, Wm., vicar of West Tarring,

Tyreserth, Agnes de,

Ufflete:
-, Eliz., see Mowbray
-, Gerard,

Ulward (fl. 1066),

Uncle, Ralph le, and his w. Maud,

Unitarians,

United Building Workers Union,

United Reformed Church,

Upperton, Edw. T.,

Urlin:
-, John,
-, Mary, his w.,

Valle:
-, Beatrice de,
-, Edm. de,
-, John de,

Vallence:
-, Edm.,
-, Mr. (? same as last),

Vanleythuysen, Eliz.,

Vaughan, Thos.,

Vaux, John,

Veel:
-, Hawise, w. of Rob. le (? dau. of Wal. de la Hyde),
-, Rob. le,

Vesk, Ralph,

Victoria, Queen,

Victoria (Australia),

Vienne:
-, Alice de, see Lychpole
-, Luke de,

Vinall, Steph., vicar of Steyning,

volunteers, military,

Vyne, The (in Sherborne St. John, Hants),

Wade, Wm., rector of Broadwater,

Wady, Wm.,

Waite, R. Thorne, n

Walcote, Geof. de, and his w. Joan,

Walcote, see Durrington, Cote

Wales:
-, prince of, see Edward, prince of Wales (the Black Prince); George IV
-, princess of, see Charlotte

Wales, and see cattle-raising, Welsh cattle; St. David's

Waleys:
-, Agnes, m. John Burgh,
-, Denise, w. of Ric., m. Ralph de Arderne,
-, Godfrey (fl. 1210-37),
-, Godfrey (d. c. 1266, another),
-, John (d. 1418),
-, John, his s.,
-, Ric. (fl. late 12th cent.),
-, Ric. (fl. 1276),
-, Wm.,
-, fam., n

Walker:
-, John, and his w. Ellen,
-, Ric.,
-, Ric. Watt,
-, Susanna, m. Hugh Bosvile,
-, Sir Wal.,
-, fam.,

Walkstead, Wal.,

Wall:
-, Jane,
-, John, rector of Clapham and Coombes,

Wallingford, Wigot of,

Walter:
-, Mrs. F. M.,
-, Hubert, abp. of Canterbury,

Wappingthorn, see Steyning

War, Wm. de,

Warbleton (or Warblington):
-, John of,
-, Thos. of (? two of this name),

Warenne, Wm. de, earl of Surrey,

Warminghurst, and n,

Warne, G. H.,

Warnham,

warrens, and see free warren

wars, and see Civil War; First World War; Napoleonic Wars; Second World War

Warter, J. W., vicar of West Tarring,

Warwick, earl of, see Greville

Warwickshire, see Birmingham; Nuneaton

Washington,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, alms-hos.,
-, bdry.,
-, Chancton hamlet and man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, Chanctonbury Hill and Ring, qq.v.
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch., n,
-, Church Ho.,
-, Clayton, q.v.
-, com. pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fms.,
-, North fm.,
-, fields, open,
-, glebe,
-, Haselholt,
-, Highden hamlet and man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, local govt.,
-, man.,
-, man.-ho., see Washington, Church Ho.
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, pks.,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, reading rm.,
-, rec. ground,
-, rectors,
-, rds.,
-, Rock,
-, Rowdell,
-, Ho.,
-, schs.,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, wds.,
-, wkho.,

Washington in the Wold,

watercress beds,

Waterloo, battle of,

Watker, Francis,

Watkins, Sir David,

Watson, Fisher, vicar of Lancing,

Waubadon, Isabel de,

Wauncy, Sir Edm.,

Wauton: Alice, w. of John of, see Dammartin John of (fl. 13th cent., two of this name),

Waverley abbey (nr. Farnham, Surr.),

Waynflete, Wm., bp. of Winchester,

Weald,
-, Wealden portions of mans. and pars. elsewhere,

Weald ditch (Welldyke),

weaving, see textile ind.

Wedd, Geo.,

Welby (Lincs.),

Weldon, Little (Northants.), n

well-wardens,

Welldyke, see Weald ditch

Wells, Geo., rector of Wiston,

Wenham, John,

Werun (fl. before 1066),

Wessex, kings of and see Alfred; Athelstan; Edmund; Edred; Edward the Elder; Edwy; Ethelwulf

West:
-, Alice, see FitzHerbert
-, Eleanor, w. of Thos., Ld. de la Warr,
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., Ld. de la Warr,
-, Reynold, Ld. de la Warr,
-, Ric., Ld. de la Warr,
-, Sir Thos. (d. by 1395),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1405),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1417),
-, Thos., Ld. de la Warr (d. 1525),
-, Thos., Ld. de la Warr (d. 1554),
-, Thos., Ld. de la Warr (d. 1602),
-, Thos., Ld. de la Warr (d. 1618),
-, Wm., Ld. de la Warr,

West Sussex Area Health Authority,

West Sussex county council,
-, fire service,

West Worthing Investment Company,

West Worthing Waterworks Company,

Westham,

Westhampnett,

Westminster Assembly of Divines,

Westridge, Chas., see French

Wheatley:
-, Jane, m. Hen. Burtenshaw,
-, her sisters,

Wheeler, Wm., vicar of Old and New Shoreham,

Whistler, John, rector of Clapham,

Whitcomb, Chas.,

Whitebread, Wm., and his w. Frances,

Whitmarsh, Geo.,

Whitmore, Sir Wm.,

Whitstones, Wal., rector of Patching,

Wickham:
-, Marg., see Braose
-, Sir Thos.,

Wicks:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Wight, Isle of, and see Bembridge

Wilberforce, Wm., M.P.,

Wilcombe:
-, Alice, m. John Leeds,
-, Alice de, see Bonet
-, Nic. de (fl. 1374-90),
-, Nic. de, his s.,
-, Peter,

Wilde, Oscar,

Wilds, A. H.,

Willes:
-, John,
-, Martha, see Alderton
-, Wm. (fl. 1797-1811, two of this name),
-, Young (fl. c. 1730-48),
-, Young (fl. 1811),

William I, as duke of Normandy,

William, priest of Kingston (fl. late 12th cent.),

William, rector of Kingston (? the same),

William son of Bonard,

William son of Manna,

William son of Norman,

William son of Rannulf,

William (fl. 1086),

William:
-, John s. of, see John
-, Ranulph s. of, see Ranulph

Williams:
-, Emily,
-, Sir Wm. Peere, M.P.,

Wilmer:
-, And., rector of Clapham,
-, Isaac, rector of Coombes,
-, Sam., rector of Clapham and Patching,

Wilson:
-, Mary, see Turner
-, Sam.,
-, Miss,

Wiltshire,

Winch, Sim., vicar of Old Shoreham,

Winchelsea,

Winchester:
-, Hen. of,
-, John,

Winchester, earl of, see Despenser

Winchester (Hants),
-, bp. of, see Aelfwine; Ethelwold; Waynflete

Windlesham House school (in Washington),

Windsor, Thos., Ld. Windsor,

Windsor (Berks.),

wine trade,

Winstanley, Thos., vicar of Steyning,

Winton:
-, Caroline,
-, Francis,
-, Harry,

Wisborough Green,
-, Drungewick,

Wisden, Thos.,

Wiston:
-, Agnes, of, see Harcourt
-, Gervasia, w. of Wm. of,
-, Helewise of, m. Hugh de Berneval,
-, Hen. of,
-, John of,
-, Ralph of,
-, Wm. of (fl. 1181-1204),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1238-72),
-, Wm. of (fl. late 13th cent.),

Wiston,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, bdry.,
-, Buddington hamlet and man.,
-, man.-ho.,
-, Chanctonbury Hill and Ring, qq.v.
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, chyd.,
-, com. pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fms.,
-, fields, open,
-, glebe,
-, Hole Street,
-, inc.,
-, Jubilee fountain,
-, local govt.,
-, Lyons man.,
-, man.,
-, estate,
-, man.-ho., see Wiston, Wiston Ho.
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, pks.,
-, Solewick,
-, poor-ho.,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, rectors, and see Arnold, John; Shelley, Geo.
-, rectory ho.,
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, Wiston Ho.,
-, wds.,

witchcraft and sorcery,

Wlencing (fl. late 5th cent.),

Wood:
-, Ant., writer, n
-, Edw.,
-, Eleanor,
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1483-1524, ? more than one),
-, John (fl. 1647-59),
-, Peter, rector of Broadwater,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Woodard, Nat., curate of New Shoreham,

Woodcock, Laur., rector of Patching,

woodland, and see assarting; and place-names

woodland trades and crafts,
-, charcoal-burning,
-, coppicing,
-, hurdle-making,
-, and see timber trades

Woodman, Rog.,

Woodmancote,

Woodward,

Woodyer, Hen.,

wool trade, see textile ind.

Woolgar, fam.,

Woolwich (Kent),

Wootton, see Chiltington, East; Folkington

workhouses, see Findon; Preston, East, united pars.; Shoreham; Steyning, poor-law union and wkho.; Steyning West, poor-law union; Washington; and see poor-houses

working-class housing,

Worsfold:
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, see Turner

Worthing, frontispiece,
-, agric.,
-, alms-hos.,
-, art gallery, see Worthing, museum and art gallery
-, barracks,
-, Beach Ho.,
-, boro., see Worthing, corp., dist.
-, bdry.,
-, cemeteries,
-, chap., see Worthing, ch.
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, chap. of ease, medieval,
-, St. Paul's,
-, and see
-, Davison
-, cinemas, see Worthing, entertainment
-, climate,
-, clubs and societies,
-, coastguard stns.,
-, com. pasture,
-, convalescent and nursing homes,
-, corn exchange,
-, corp.,
-, mayors,
-, town clerk,
-, crematorium,
-, dist. (or boro.),
-, dom. archit., early-19th-cent.,
-, as dormitory town,
-, elderly residents,
-, entertainment,
-, cinemas,
-, pier,
-, theatres and halls,
-, and see Worthing, sport
-, Exhibition (1855),
-, fairs,
-, fms.,
-, fields, open,
-, further educ.,
-, glebe, and n
-, growth of town and residential devel.,
-, hamlet,
-, harbour and port,
-, hosps.,
-, inc.,
-, ind. estates,
-, inns,
-, institutes and reading rms.,
-, land reclam.,
-, law cts.,
-, libraries,
-, lifeboat stn.,
-, local bd.,
-, local govt.:
-, manorial,
-, parochial,
-, and see (all s.v. Worthing) corp.;dist. (or boro.); local bd.; town com.
-, man.,
-, Marhood man.,
-, as mkt.,
-, mkt.-gardening,
-, mayors, see Worthing, corp.
-, mills,
-, museum and art gallery,
-, newspapers,
-, nonconf.,
-, Baptists,
-, Congregationalists,
-, Independents,
-, Methodists,
-, offices,
-, parl. rep.,
-, pier, see Worthing, entertainment
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, public servs.,
-, drainage and sewerage,
-, gas,
-, paving and rds.,
-, water supply,
-, rly.,
-, Raymonds man.,
-, rec. grounds,
-, as regional admin. centre,
-, rds. and streets in,
-, rds. to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, rural dist.,
-, council,
-, Salvington, High,
-, windmill,
-, schs.,
-, as seaside resort,
-, hotels,
-, promoters,
-, seaweed,
-, shops,
-, sport,
-, Teville pond,
-, theatres, see Worthing, entertainment
-, tithes,
-, town com.,
-, town halls,
-, trades and ind.,
-, typhoid epidemic (1893),
-, Warwick Ho.,
-, and see Broadwater; Durrington; Findon Valley; Goring; Heene; Tarring, West; Worthing, West

Worthing and Broadwater Mutual Building Society,

Worthing and District Growers Association,

Worthing and Steyning bank,

Worthing and Sussex bank, see Henty's bank

Worthing Gas Light and Coke Company,

Worthing Land Improvement Company,

Worthing Permanent Building Society,

Worthing, West (in Heene),
-, ind. estate,
-, local govt.,
-, pop.,
-, public servs.,
-, rly.,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,
-, as seaside resort,
-, hotels,
-, shops,
-, sport,
-, trades and ind.,
-, and see Worthing

Wowood, see Beeding, Lower and Upper

wreck, right of,

wrecking,

Wrenby, John of,

Wright, Revd. Rob.,

Wrixon-Becher:
-, Constance, w. of Sir Eustace,
-, Sir Eustace,
-, Sir W. F.,

Wulfric,

Wulfstan,

Wyatt:
-, Edgell,
-, H. R. P.,
-, (formerly Penfold), Hugh (d. 1864),
-, Hugh (d. 1897),
-, Hon. Marg., w. of Brig. R. J. P.,
-, Brig. R. J. P.,
-, Ric., and his w. Priscilla,
-, fam.,

Wyckham, see Steyning

Wyndham:
-, Chas., Ld. Leconfield,
-, Col. G. F., later Ld. Leconfield,
-, Geo. O'Brien, earl of Egremont,
-, J. M. H. S., Ld. Egremont,
-, fam.,

Wyndham half-hundred,

yachting,

Yarmouth, Great (Norf.),

Yaxley (Hunts.),

Yeats, W. B.,

York, duke of, see Plantagenet

Yorkshire, and see Beverley; Leeds; Middlesbrough

Young:
-, Chas. M.,
-, Frances, see Jones
-, J. C., rector of Southwick,

Zouche, baron, see Bishop, Sir Cecil



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