A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 1, Bramber Rape (Southern Part)

By A P Baggs, C R J Currie, C R Elrington, S M Keeling and A M Rowland/ Edited by T P Hudson. Describes the southern part of Bramber rape, the easternmost of the three rapes of West Sussex. It tells the history of 19 parishes lying along the coastal strip and over the South Downs.

Victoria County History - Sussex. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1980.

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Table of contents

Title Page(s)
List of illustrations x-xi
List of maps and plans xii
Editorial note xiii
Classes of documents in the Public Record Office xv
Classes of documents in the Sussex Record Offices xvi
Collections in the keeping of the Sussex Archaeological Society xvi
Note on abbreviations xvii-xix
Bramber Rape 1-7
Brightford Hundred 8-9
Clapham 10-21
Findon 20-34
Lancing 34-53
Sompting 53-64
Worthing and associated parishes 65
Broadwater 66-81
Durrington 81-85
Heene 85-92
Worthing 92-97
Worthing: Growth of the town 97-103
Worthing: Communications 103-105
Worthing: Social and cultural activites 105-108
Worthing: Manors and other estates 108-109
Worthing: Economic history 109-114
Worthing: Local government and public services 114-119
Worthing: Parliamentary representation 119
Worthing: Churches 119-122
Worthing: Roman Catholicism 122
Worthing: Protestant nonconformity 122-125
Worthing: Education 125-128
Worthing: Charities for the poor 128-129
Fishersgate Half-Hundred 130-131
Kingston by Sea 132-138
Old and New Shoreham 138-149
Old and New Shoreham: Manors and other estates 149-154
Old and New Shoreham: Economic history 154-164
Old and New Shoreham: Local government and public services 164-166
Old and New Shoreham: Parliamentary representation 167
Old and New Shoreham: Churches 167-171
Old and New Shoreham: Roman Catholicism 171
Old and New Shoreham: Protestant nonconformity 171-172
Old and New Shoreham: Education 172-173
Old and New Shoreham: Charities for the poor 173
Southwick 173-183
Patching Hundred 184
Patching 185-192
Steyning Hundred 193-194
Botolphs 195-199
Bramber 200-214
Coombes 215-219
Steyning 220-226
Steyning: Manors and other estates 226-231
Steyning: Economic history 231-237
Steyning: Local government and public services 237-240
Steyning: Parliamentary representation 240-241
Steyning: Church 241-244
Steyning: Roman Catholicism 244
Steyning: Protestant nonconformity 244-245
Steyning: Education 245-246
Steyning: Charities for the poor 246
Washington 247-259
Wiston 259-268
Tarring Hundred 269
West Tarring 270-280
Tables 281-282
Index: A-J 283-294
Index: K-Z 294-307