Index : A-J

A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 2, Bramber Rape (North-Western Part) Including Horsham. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1986.

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A P Baggs, C R J Currie, C R Elrington, S M Keeling, A M Rowland, 'Index : A-J', in A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 2, Bramber Rape (North-Western Part) Including Horsham, ed. T P Hudson( London, 1986), British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/sussex/vol6/pt2/pp219-229 [accessed 13 July 2024].

A P Baggs, C R J Currie, C R Elrington, S M Keeling, A M Rowland, 'Index : A-J', in A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 2, Bramber Rape (North-Western Part) Including Horsham. Edited by T P Hudson( London, 1986), British History Online, accessed July 13, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/sussex/vol6/pt2/pp219-229.

A P Baggs, C R J Currie, C R Elrington, S M Keeling, A M Rowland. "Index : A-J". A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 2, Bramber Rape (North-Western Part) Including Horsham. Ed. T P Hudson(London, 1986), , British History Online. Web. 13 July 2024. https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/sussex/vol6/pt2/pp219-229.

NOTE. A page number in italic denotes an illustration on that page or a plate facing that page. The pages containing the substantive history of a parish are set in bold type. A page number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page. Among the abbreviations used in the index the following, sometimes with -s for the plural, may require elucidation: abp., archbishop; adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Bart., Bartholomew; bd., board; bdry., boundary; boro., borough; bp., bishop; bro., brother; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine or Catholicism; cent., century; ch., church; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; Coll., College; ct., court; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; devel., development; dist., district; dom. archit., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; fm., farm; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; govt., government; grds., grandson; Greg., Gregory; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; ho., house; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry or industrial; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; ld., lord; m., married; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; mkt., market; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; Phil., Philip; pk., park; pop., population; rd., road; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rly., railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; serv., service; Sim., Simon; sis., sister; soc., society; sr., senior; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; Vct., Viscount; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm., William; wkho., workhouse.

Abbot:
-, Anne,
-, Geo., abp. of Canterbury,
-, Ric.,

Abingworth:
-, Jas. of,
-, Rog. of (fl. 1231),
-, Rog. of (fl. 1296),
-, fam.,

Abingworth, in Thakeham, see Thakeham

Adams, John, see Humphrey

Adderley, see Broughton-Adderley

Adur, riv.,
-, bridges,
-, drainage,
-, fishing,
-, meadow,
-, navigation,
-, western arm,

Africa:
-, exports to,
-, Portuguese East,

Agate (at Gate):
-, J. & S.,
-, John,
-, Sim., n
-, Steph.,
-, Thos.,

Aggs:
-, Dan.,
-, Guli, dau. of W. H.,
-, Sylvanus Hanbury,
-, Wm. Hanbury,

Agincourt, battle of,

agricultural societies and shows,

agriculture and horticulture and their produce, see allotments; arable, conversion to; bees; cattle raising; cider; crop rotations; dairying; drainage; fields, open; flower growing; fruit growing; goats; hops; horticulture; manure; market gardens; meadow, common; pigs; poultry; sheep farming; stud farms; transhumance and seasonal pasture

aisled halls,

Albemarle, earl of, see Keppel

Albery, Wm., n

Albery's Horsham Journal,

Albourne,

aldermen,

Aldridge, Rob.,

aletasters,

Allen (Alleyn):
-, Jas.,
-, Mat., vicar of Horsham,
-, W. M.,

Allfrey's of Pulborough

Allman's nursery,

allotments,

almshouses,

Alverstoke (Hants),

Amberley,

amercements,

America:
-, emigration to,
-, and see Canada; New England; New Jersey; Pennsylvania

Ames, Rebecca, n

Anderson, Caroline Georgina, w. of Evelyn,

Andrew, Sarah,

Andrews, Mr. (fl. 1946),

angling,

Anglo-Saxon remains,

Angmering, see Barpham Wick

animals, exotic,

Annington, in Botolphs,

Ansell, fam.,

Antill, Mr. (fl. before 1682),

Applesham, see Coombes

Apsley:
-, Ann, m. Ric. Caldecott,
-, Ant.,
-, Beatrix,
-, Cordelia, m. Jas. Apsley Dalrymple,
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1610),
-, Edw. (d. 1651),
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Edw.,
-, Hen. (d. 1669),
-, Hen. (d. 1693),
-, Hen. (d. 1697),
-, John (fl. c. 1377),
-, John (fl. 1431-67, ? more than one),
-, John (d. 1507),
-, John (d. 1587),
-, John (d. 1770),
-, Marg., see Power
-, Nic.,
-, Sim. of,
-, Steph. (? more than one),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1407),
-, Wm. (d. 1527),
-, Wm. (d. 1582),
-, -, Lady Apsley (? w. of Sir Edw).,
-, fam.,

Apsley, in Thakeham and Shipley,
-, n n,
-, rds.,
-, and see Shipley: Bentons

Apsley Farm Co.,

arable, conversion to (assarts),

archery,

architects, see Batterbury and Huxley; Bell; Blomfield, A. W. and Arthur; Brierley; Denman; Gibbs; Green, W. J.; Habershon and Brock; Habershon and Fawkner; Harrison, Hen.; Hills, G. M.; Livock; Lutyens; Matthews; Miles, C. T.; Nash, John; Pearson; Ridge; Robinson, P. F.; Russell, David; Scott, Sir Gilb. and W. G.; Symonds, R. W.; Teulon, S. S. and W. M.; Webb, Sir Aston and Phil.

armada, see Spain

army:
-, barracks,
-, bombing practice,
-, camps,
-, hosp.,
-, use of building,

Arnold:
-, Geo.,
-, Grace,

Arun, riv. (Horsham riv.),
-, as bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, ford,
-, meadow,
-, navigation,
-, tributaries,
-, valley,
-, water from,

Arun Feeds (Southern) Ltd.,

Arundel, earls of, see FitzAlan;
-, Howard, Thos.

Arundel,
-, cast.,
-, coll.,
-, hosp.,
-, ho. of correction,
-, newspaper,
-, rape,
-, rds.,
-, siege,

Arundel and Bramber Agricultural Assoc.,

Ashington:
-, Ellis of,
-, John of,
-, Sir Rob. of,

Ashington,
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, bdry.,
-, Buncton, q.v.
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and socs.,
-, common pasture,
-, ct.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fair,
-, fields, open,
-, glebe,
-, inc.,
-, inns and hotel,
-, lands in,
-, local govt.,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mkt. gardening,
-, mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. enlarged,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, public servs.,
-, reading room,
-, rectors, and see Stoughton, John; Warren, Hen.
-, rectory,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,
-, settlement,
-, shops,
-, sport, frontispiece,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, village,
-, village hall,
-, Wolves, East,
-, Wolves, West,
-, woods,

Ashington Nurseries Ltd.,

Ashurst,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, Bines Bridge, see Grinstead, West
-, Bines Green,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges, and see Grinstead, West: Bines Bridge
-, Byne, q.v.

Charlton-Ashurst,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and socs.,
-, common pasture,
-, ct.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Eatons, q.v.
-, entertainment,
-, fair,
-, fields, open,
-, glebe,
-, Horsebridge common,
-, inns,
-, kennels,
-, lands in,
-, library,
-, local govt.,
-, Lock estate,
-, man.,
-, mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, Pepper's,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, public servs.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,
-, settlement,
-, shops,
-, sport,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, vicar,
-, village,
-, woods,
-, wkho.,

Asquith, Lady Cynthia,

assarts, see arable, conversion to assize of bread and of ale,

athletics,

Atkins, Francis, vicar of Horsham,

Atmill, fam.,

Aubrey-Fletcher, see Fletcher

Aucher, Ant.,

Australia, emigration to,

Avery, Wm., vicar of Warnham,

Awood:
-, Ann, m. Batty Pollington,
-, Joan, m. John Mutton,
-, John,
-, and see Wood

Aylesbury Dairy Co., formerly Southern Counties Dairy Farm Assoc.,

Ayloffe:
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Martha, see Blount

Ayrshires, see dairying

Bacchus, R. F.,

Badmering, see Cooke

badminton,

bailiffs (officers), and see Horsham: boro.

Bailing Hill, see Warnham

Baird, Malcolm,

Baker:
-, John,
-, fam.,

banking,

Banks, Hen., rector of Thakeham,

Baptists,

Bar, the, see Grinstead, West

Barber, Marg. Fairless ('Mic. Fairless'),

Barker, Edw.,

Barley, G. H.,

Barnes & Co.,

Barnett:
-, R.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Mrs. (fl. 1870),

Barnham, Steph.,

Barns, see Sullington

Barns Green, in Itchingfield,
-, clubs and socs.,
-, entertainment,
-, fm.,
-, inn,
-, mission,
-, nonconf.,
-, rds.,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, Slaughterford,
-, sport,
-, trades and ind.,
-, village green,
-, village hall,

Barpham Wick, in Angmering,

Bartlett:
-, John,
-, Thos. (fl. 1448),
-, Thos. (fl. 1550-6),
-, Wm.,
-, and see Barttelot

Barttelot:
-, Edw.,
-, Isabel, m. Thos. March,
-, Jane, m. Chris. Coles,
-, Joan, see Lewknor
-, John (d. 1453),
-, John (d. 1493),
-, John (d. 1525),
-, Ric. (fl. 1463),
-, Ric. (d. 1614),
-, Rose,
-, Thos.,
-, Wal.,
-, Wm. (d. c. 1482),
-, Wm. (d. 1601),
-, and see Bartlett

Bartwyke, Avery,

Barwell, A. H. S., vicar of Southwater,

Bashurst, see Itchingfield

Batcheler, Jane,

Bath stone,

Batterbury and Huxley,

Battle:
-, abbey,
-, ch.,

Bay Bridge, see Grinstead, West

Baybridge Canal Co.,

Bayne, see Byne

beadles,

Beard, Thos.,

Beaumont, Cath., see Burre

Beeding, Lower,
-, Bewbush,
-, Colgate,
-, Crabtree,
-, Roffey Pk.,
-, St. Leonard's Forest, q.v.
-, St. Leonard's ho.,

Beeding, Upper, n,
-, King's Barns man., n,
-, man. (Beeding),
-, rd.,
-, Sele, q.v.

Beeding manor, see Beeding, Upper

Beefsteak Club,

bees,

beggar-pooker,

Belchier, Wm.,

Bell, Ingress,

bellfounding,

Bellingham:
-, Joan, see Wiltshire
-, John,
-, Marg., m. Ric. Boys,
-, Ralph (d. 1532),
-, Ralph (d. 1552),
-, Thos. (d. 1490),
-, Thos. (d. 1558),

Belloc, Hilaire,

Belmoredean, see Grinstead, West

Bennett:
-, Susan, see Ward
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Benson's Green, see Roffey

Benton:
-, Cecily, sis. of Nic.,
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., see Grimstead
-, Nic. (fl. 1361, 1401, ? more than
-, one),
-, Nic. (d. 1422),
-, Thos.,

Bentons, see Shipley

Bergavenny, Ld., see Nevill

Berkshire, see Reading; Windsor

Bermondsey, see London

Bersted, South,

Bethune:
-, Anne, see Eversfield
-, Chas. G.,
-, Edw. Maximilian, see Eversfield
-, (later Bethune Eversfield), Isabella,fdau. of Chas. G.,
-, (later Bethune Eversfield), Sophia, dau. of Chas. G.,

Bewbush, see Beeding, Lower

Bexley (Kent),

Bidlington manor, see Bramber

Bidlington Kingsbarns, see Grinstead,West

Bigland, Hen.,

Billingshurst, Thos.,

Billingshurst, n,
-, building soc.,
-, nonconf.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, rds.,
-, sch.,

Bines Bridge, see Grinstead, West

Bines Farm House, see Byne, in Ashurst and West Grinstead

Bines Green, see Ashurst

Binnington, T. and J.,

Bishop:
-, Sir Edw.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Bishopric, see Horsham

Black Death,

Blackburn, Ernest Murray,

Blagden, T. N., rector of Ashurst, vicar of Washington,

Blaker, Edw.,

Blaker's, engineering firm,

Blenerhasset, John,

Bloet, Roland,

Blomfield:
-, A. W., n
-, Arthur,

Blonks green, see Shipley

Blount:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Duck,
-, Martha, m. Sir Geo. Ayloffe,
-, Mary, m. Sir Lewis Lewknor,
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1547),
-, Ric. (fl. 1590-1618),
-, Ric. (d. 1628),
-, and see Blund; Blunt

Blue Idol, see Thakeham: nonconf.

Blund, Rob., and see Blount; Blunt

Blunkett:
-, Edm.,
-, Eliz., m. Edm. Smith,

Blunt:
-, Elias,
-, Francis Scawen (d. 1842),
-, Francis Scawen (d. 1872),
-, Gerald,
-, Sam.,
-, Sarah, w. of Sam.,
-, Wilfrid Scawen, his w.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Blount; Blund

Bodgeant:
-, Anne, w. of Wm.,
-, Wm., rector of Sullington,

Bognor,

Boldings brook (Warnham riv.),

Boleyn:
-, Geof.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1422),
-, Thos. (fl. 1501),
-, Wm.,

Bonard, Wm. s. of, see William

Booth, Jas.,

borough English,

Bosanquet:
-, Sam.,
-, Sophia, see Broadwood

Bosham, n

Bostock:
-, J. S.,
-, N.S.,

Botnar, see Camelia Botnar Foundation

Boulton:
-, Hen.,
-, Juliana, see Raymond

Bourne, Francis Alphonsus, cardinal,

Bournemouth (Dors.),

Bowcott, Ric., vicar of Warnham, prebendary of Chichester,

Bowford, see Warminghurst

bowling alley and greens,

Bowyer, fam.,

Boxall:
-, W. P.,
-, W. P. G.,

Boxing Day,

Boy Scouts, see Scouts

Boys:
-, Eliz., m. Chas. Lamb,
-, Marg., see Bellingham
-, Ric.,
-, Sam. (d. 1627),
-, Sam. (fl. 1650-78),
-, Sam. (fl. 1706-30),
-, Sam. (d. 1772),
-, Sam. (d. 1795),
-, Wm. (fl. 1627),
-, Wm. (d. 1698),
-, fam.,

Bradburne (Bradburn):
-, Col. Sam.,
-, Trevor,
-, Mr. (fl. 1921),

Braganza, Cath. of, queen of Chas. II,

Bramber, Ric., see Brome

Bramber,
-, barony, see Bramber: lordship
-, Bidlington,
-, coll.,
-, lordship (barony, honor),
-, rape,
-, land held of or with, see Bramber:
-, lordship
-, muster, n,
-, rds.,
-, and see Arundel and Bramber Agricultural Assoc.

Brambleden, see Southwick

Braose:
-, Beatrice, w. of Thos. de,
-, (or Brewes), Geo.,
-, Giles de, bp. of Hereford,
-, John de,
-, Mary, w. of Wm. de,
-, Peter, see Brewes
-, Phil. de,
-, Reynold de,
-, Thos. de (d. 1361),
-, Thos. de (d. 1395),
-, Wm. de (d. by 1096),as benefactor,
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1192),
-, Wm. de (d. 1211),
-, Wm. de (fl. 1213), n
-, Wm. de, Ld. Braose (d. 1290),
-, Wm. de (d. 1326),
-, fam.,

Bremner, see Brome

Brethren,

Brett, John,

Brewes:
-, Geo., see Braose
-, Peter,

brewing,

brickmaking,

Bridger:
-, Hen. (d. 1657),
-, Hen. (fl. 1721),
-, John (fl. 1479),
-, John (fl. 1508),
-, John (fl. 1730-60),
-, John, s. of last,
-, Ric. (d. 1554),
-, Ric. (d. 1699),
-, Ric. (d. 1728),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Bridgers, see Warminghurst

Brierley, W. H.,

Briggs:
-, H. R.,
-, Mr. (d. by 1724),

Brightford, hund.,

Brighton,
-, rly.,
-, rd.,
-, Rock brewery,

Briscoe, S. T., rector of Thakeham,

Bristol,

British Gas Light Co.,

British Museum, see London

Britten, Col. Forester,

Brixi (fl. 1066),

Broadbridge:
-, Hen.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Tim., dau. of Hen.,
-, Wal.,

Broadbridge, in Sullington, later in Horsham,
-, agric.,
-, local govt.,
-, man., ho.,
-, mill,
-, pk.,
-, tithes,
-, wood,

Broadbridge Heath, in Sullington, later in Horsham,
-, ch.,
-, clubs,
-, common pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, hosp.,
-, inc.,
-, ind. estate,
-, inn,
-, library,
-, nonconf.,
-, public servs.,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, sport,
-, trades and ind.,
-, village hall,

Broadland Properties (firm),

Broadwater, man.,

Broadwood:
-, Capt. Evelyn H. T.,
-, Hen. F.,
-, J. H. T.,
-, J.S.,
-, Revd. John,
-, Sophia, m. Sam. Bosanquet,
-, fam.,

Brock:
-, John (fl. 1366),
-, John (fl. 1463),
-, John (fl. 1493-4),
-, Niel de (fl. 1278-9),
-, Niel de (fl. 1299),
-, Niel de (fl. 1337, ? another),
-, Niel (fl. 1389-1411),
-, Ranulph de,
-, Ric.,
-, Thurstan de,
-, and see Habershon and Brock

Brome (or Bramber or Bremner), Ric.,

Brooks:
-, G. W.,
-, J. H.,
-, Jas.,

Brooks Green, see Shipley

broom making,

Broomer's Corner, see Shipley

Broomlands, see Warnham

brotherhoods,

Broughton:
-, Mary, see Wicker
-, Sir Thos.,

Broughton-Adderley:
-, A. R.,
-, Edomé, dau. of A. R.,

Brown:
-, Lancelot ('Capability'),
-, Wm.,

Browne:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Sir Mat.,

Bryant, R. A.,

Buci (Buchi):
-, Rog. de,
-, fam.,

Buckinghamshire, see Winslow

Buckley:
-, Edw.,
-, John, curate of Shipley,

Buddington, see Wiston

building features, less common, see aisled halls; plank-and-muntin; smoke bays

Bukere, fam.,

Bulkeley (later Warren Bulkeley):
-, Eliz. Harriet, see Warren
-, Thos. Jas., Vct. Bulkeley,

Bull, fam.,

bull baiting,

Bullis:
-, Cath.,
-, John,

Buncton, in Ashington,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, benefice,
-, ch. or chap.,
-, field, open,
-, glebe,
-, man.,
-, mill,
-, rectors,
-, rds.,
-, sch., n
-, tithes,
-, Upper Buncton,
-, Wiston village,
-, woods,

Burdeville:
-, Agnes, dau. of Rob.,
-, Hen.,
-, Joan, w. of Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1327-32),
-, John (fl. 1393),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Burgess:
-, H. E.,
-, John,
-, Wal.,

Burghley, Ld., see Cecil

Burre:
-, Cath., m. - Beaumont,
-, John,

Burrell:
-, Sir Chas.,
-, Sir Chas. Raymond,
-, Etheldreda, see Loder
-, John,
-, Judith, w. of Sir Wal.,
-, Mark,
-, Sir Merrik (d. 1787),
-, Sir Merrik (d. 1957),
-, Sir Percy,
-, Sophia, see Raymond
-, Tim.,
-, Wal. (d. 1831),
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1886),
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1985),
-, Wm. (fl. 1499-1529),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1796),
-, fam.,

Burt, H. J.,

Burstow, Hen.,

Burtenshaw, Jas.,

bus services,

Butcher:
-, Annesley, see Mellersh
-, Eliz., m. Edw. Fuller,
-, Thos. (fl. 1718-43),
-, Thos. (d. by 1786),
-, Thos. (d. 1787),

Butcher's Row, see Grinstead, West

Butler:
-, Ann Jemima, m. Rog. Clough,
-, Grace, see Caldecott
-, Jas. (fl. 1652),
-, Jas. (d. 1696),
-, Jas. (d. 1741),
-, Jas. (d. 1775),
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Patty, m. Ric. Clough,
-, Prudence, w. of Jas.,
-, fam.,

Butler's chantry, see Horsham: chant.

Byne (Bayne):
-, Agnes, see Falconer
-, Frances, m. Hen. Pelham,
-, Howel of, Phil. s. of, see Howel
-, Jas. of (fl. 1271),
-, Jas. (fl. 1327),
-, Jas. (fl. 1361-71, ? more than one),
-, Joan, w. of Jas.,
-, John (fl. c. 1530),
-, John (d. 1661),
-, Mary,
-, Phil. s. of Howel of, see Howel
-, Ric.,
-, Susanna, m. Sir Geo. Walker,
-, Thos. (fl. 1498),
-, Thos. (d. 1520),
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,
-, -, widow (fl. c. 1665),
-, fam.,

Byne, in Ashurst and West Grinstead,
-, Bines Fm. Ho.,
-, Priors Byne,

CIBA,

Cade's rebellion,

Caen (Calvados, France), stone,

Caesar:
-, Eliz., see Manning
-, Rob.,

Caffyn:
-, Mat.,
-, Mat., s. of last,
-, fam.,

Calais, siege of (1346),

Caldecott:
-, Ann, see Apsley
-, Cordelia, m. Hen. Shelley,
-, Eliz., m. Apsley Newton,
-, Evelyn May, see Palmer
-, Grace, m. Jas. Butler,
-, Ric.,

Calstone, in Thakeham, later in West Chiltington,

Camberwell (Surr.),

Cambridge university,

Camelia Botnar Foundation,

Camoys:
-, Ralph de,
-, Thos., Ld. Camoys,

Campion:
-, Hen.,
-, Hen. C.,
-, W. J.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Champion

Canada:
-, exports to,
-, troops from,

Canterbury, n
-, abp.,
-, and see Abbot, Geo.; Cranmer; Laud; Rich
-, cathedral: canon, see Shuckford, Sam.
-, dean and chapter,
-, prebend,
-, priory,

Capite, the, see Grinstead, West

Carew, J. E.,

Carew-Gibson:
-, Geo. Carew,
-, fam.,

Carfax, see Horsham

Carleton, Dorothy,

Carpenter, - (fl. 1248),

carriage of wood, service of,

Carter, Edw.,

Cartwright:
-, Anne,
-, Geo.,
-, Sam.,
-, Wm., rector of Itchingfield,

Cary (Kyrry), Ric., curate of Shipley,

Caryll:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1610),
-, Edw. (fl. 1758),
-, Eliz., w. of John,
-, John (d. 1523),
-, John (d. 1566),
-, John (fl. 1544, ? another),
-, John (fl. 1578, ? same as last or next),
-, Sir John (d. 1613),
-, Sir John (d. 1652),
-, John (d. 1681),
-, John (d. 1718),
-, John (d. 1736),
-, John Baptist,
-, Marg., w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Mary, m. Ric. Molyneux, Vct. Molyneux,
-, Peter,
-, Phil. (d. 1688),
-, Phil. (fl. 1693-1713),
-, Philippa, m. Hen. Parker, Ld. Morley,
-, Ric.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam., chap.,

Castle Goring, see Goring

cattle raising,
-, Charolais,
-, Danish red,
-, Highland,
-, Red Polls,
-, Sussex,
-, Welsh,

Cave, fam.,

Cecil, Wm., Ld. Burghley,

cement making,

Chailey, see Warningore

Chaloner, fam.,

Champion:
-, Chas.,
-, Gilb.,
-, and see Campion

Champions, see Thakeham

Champions Farm, see Grinstead, West

Champneys:
-, Edw.,
-, Joan, m. - Sharpe,
-, John,
-, Ric. (fl. 1296-1341, ? more than one),
-, Steph.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Champneys, in Thakeham, see Thakeham: Champions

Chancton, see Washington

Chanctonbury:
-, group of pars.,
-, Ring,
-, rural dist.,

Chandler, Geo.,

chantries,

charcoal making,

Charles, Thos.,

Charlton, see Steyning

Charlton-Ashurst, see Ashurst

Charlwood (Surr.)

Charman, fam.,

Charmans, see Warnham

Charolais cattle, see cattle raising

Charrington:
-, Doris,
-, G. N.,

chase, right of,

Chasemore:
-, Phil. (d. by 1835),
-, Phil. (fl. c. 1847),
-, Susan, w. of Phil.,

Chatfield:
-, Edw.,
-, John (d. 1657), minister of Horsham
-, John (d. 1821),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Chawton (Hants),

Cheale, John,

Cheddar cheese see dairying

Chedsey, Wm., rector of Thakeham,

Cheshire, see Poynton

Chesswood Nurseries, see Thakeham

Chesworth, in Horsham,
-, man., ho.,
-, mill,
-, pk.,
-, schs.,
-, warren,
-, woods,

Chichester, Arthur, Ld. Templemore,

Chichester,
-, bp., and see Curtis, Ric.; Praty
-, as ordinary,
-, patronage,
-, cathedral: canons and prebendaries, see Bowcott; Holland, Thos.; Leeves, Rob.; Palmer, Hen.
-, as county town,
-, dioc. bd. of patronage,
-, M.P.,
-, mkt.,

Child, Chas.,

Childs Lands, see Thakeham

Chiltington, see Chiltington, West

Chiltington, East, see Warningore

Chiltington, West (Chiltington),
-, Calstone, q.v.
-, rector,

Chilworth (Surr.),

Chisenhale-Marsh, H.,

Chiswick (Mdx., later Lond.),

Chitty:
-, Ann,
-, Chas.,
-, Jos.,
-, Sarah Eliz.,see Jourdan
-, Wm. F.,

Chollington, in Eastbourne,

Christian Lands, see Thakeham

Christian Scientists,

Christ's Hospital, in Horsham,
-, estates,
-, moved from Lond.,
-, rly. sta.,

Chuck, fam.,

church ale,

Church Building Soc.,

church house,

Churchill, Winston,

Churchman and Sons, later Churchman, Burt & Son,

cider,

Civil War incidents,

Clandon (Surr.),

Clanricarde, marquess of, see de Burgh

Clapham,
-, Michelgrove,

Clark (Clerk):
-, John,
-, Thos., vicar of Horsham,

Clayton, in Sullington and Washington,
-, agric.,
-, fields, open,
-, local govt.,
-, rds.,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,

Clear:
-, Eliz.,
-, J. A.,

Clemsfold, see Slinfold

Clerk, see Clark

Clinton, Ld., see Fiennes

Clisby, Mr. (fl. 1927),
-, his s.,

Clitherow, Philippa,

cloth, see textiles

Clothall:
-, Adam,
-, Isabel, w. of John,
-, Isabel, m. John Wiltshire,
-, Joan, see Power
-, John (fl. 1327-61, ? more than one),
-, John (fl. 1377-8, two men),
-, John (d. c. 1409),
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Clothall (Herts.),

Clothalls, see Grinstead, West

Clough:
-, Ann Jemima, see Butler
-, Patty, see Butler
-, Ric.,
-, Rog., rector of Thakeham, incumbent of Warminghurst,
-, fam.,

Clun sheep, see sheep farming

Cobbett, Wm.,

Cobden, see Sullington

Cobham, Anne,

cockfighting,

Cokeham, see Sompting

Cokelers, see Dependents

Cokesey, Hugh,

Cole, Abdiah, rector of Ashington,

Coles:
-, Chris.,
-, Jane, see Barttelot
-, Wal.,

Colgate, see Beeding, Lower

Collier:
-, Cordelia, m. Jas. Murray,
-, John,
-, and see Collyer

Collins:
-, John (fl. 1623-36),
-, John, vicar of Horsham 1612-42(? another),

Collyer, Ric., and see Collier

Collyer's school, see Horsham: schs., grammar

Cologne (Germany),

Coltstaple, see Horsham

Commerell:
-, John Wm.,
-, Wm. Augustus,

Compton:
-, Frances Eliz., m. Chas. Scrase-Dickins,
-, Mary, marchioness of Northampton,

Compton (Surr.),

Comptons Brow, see Horsham

concrete products,

Congregationalists or Independents,

constables:
-, of hunds.,
-, of cast.,

Conway:
-, Francis Seymour, marquess of Hertford,
-, Isabella, see Ingram

Cook:
-, Capt. C. R.,
-, Ernest,

Cooke (or Badmering):
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Coolham, in Shipley,
-, Coolham green,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, mills,
-, mission room,
-, nonconf.,
-, rds.,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, shop,
-, trades and ind.,
-, village hall,

Coolhurst, see Horsham

Coombes, n
-, Applesham,

Coombes in the Wold, see Horsham,

Cooper, fam., and see Cowper

Coote's farm, see Horsham

Copithorne, fam.,

Copley:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Rog.,
-, Cath., w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Eliz.,
-, John,
-, Mary, m. John Weston,
-, Sir Rog. (fl. 1486),
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1549),
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., s. of last,
-, fam.,

Coppard, Thos.,

Cornish, Arthur,

Cornwall, Sir John, Ld. Fownhope,

Cornwall, earl of, see Richard

Coton, R. H.,

Cottenham, earl of, see Pepys

County Oak, see Ifield

Coventry:
-, Eliz., see Manning
-, Francis,

Covert:
-, Ann, m. Sir Jas. Morton,
-, Baldwin,
-, John (d. by 1350),
-, John (fl. 1361),
-, John (fl. 1393, ? another),
-, John (fl. 1417-39),
-, John (fl. 1637),
-, Sir John (fl. 1672),
-, Marg., w. of John,
-, Mary, m. Baldwin le Moigne,
-, Ric. (fl. 1233),
-, Ric. (fl. 1350),
-, Ric. (d. 1547),
-, Rog. (d. 1297),
-, Rog. (fl. 1350),
-, Thos. (d. by 1417),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1495),
-, Wal., n
-, (Sir) Wm.,
-, fam.,

Cowfold,
-, High Hurst, q.v.
-, rd.,

Cowper:
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, and see Cooper

Cox, Peter,

Crabbet Arabian stud,

Crabbet Park, in Worth,

Crabtree, see Beeding, Lower

Cradles Farm, see Warnham

Cranmer, Thos., abp. of Canterbury,

Crawley,
-, building soc.,
-, Gatwick, q.v.
-, new town,
-, newspapers,
-, rly.,
-, rector,
-, rds.,
-, schs.,
-, Shelley chap., n
-, trades and ind.,

Crawley and Horsham Hunt,

Creyke, A. R.,
-, his s.,

cricket, frontispiece,

Crockhurst, see Horsham

Croft, Ric.,

Cromwell, Oliver,

Cronin, A. J.,

crop rotations,
-, Norfolk,

Crouch, T. W.,

Croydon (Surr.),

Crystal Palace, see London

Cuckfield,

Curtis:
-, Ric., bp. of Chichester,
-, fam.,

customs, manorial, see merchet;
-, turbary

cycling,

dairying,
-, Ayrshires,
-, Cheddar cheese,
-, Friesians,
-, Guernseys,
-, Jerseys,
-, Red Polls,

Dalbiac:
-, Hen. (fl. 1864),
-, Hen. (fl. 1887),
-, Wm. W.,
-, fam.,

Dalrymple:
-, Cordelia, see Apsley
-, Jas. Apsley,
-, John Apsley,

Danhill common, see Thakeham

Danish red cattle, see cattle raising

Danny, see Hurstpierpoint

Darknoll:
-, Edw.,
-, Edw., grds. of last,

Dawbarn, Albert Yelverton,

de Burgh, Ulick John, marquess of Clanricarde,

de la Warr, Ld., see West, Thos.

Dean, West, near Chichester,

Deane:
-, Wm., patron of Thakeham (? more than one),
-, Wm., rector of Thakeham,

Dear:
-, Francis,
-, Martha,

Dedisham, see Slinfold

deer,

Delves:
-, Eliz., see Ravenscroft
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Thos. (another, ? s. of last),

Denbighshire, see Glanywern

Dendy:
-, P.,
-, W. C.,

Denis, Mgr. J.-M.,

Denman, J. L.,

Denmark:
-, Danish red cattle, see cattle raising
-, govt.,

Denne:
-, Wm. of (fl. 1247),
-, Wm. at or of (fl. 1301-47, ? more than one),
-, fam.,

Denne, in Horsham,
-, Denne Bridge,
-, Denne Hill,
-, man.,
-, ho. (Denne Pk.),
-, pk.,
-, place name,
-, sch.,
-, warren,

Denne, in Warnham,
-, ct.,
-, fm.,
-, man., n,
-, place name,
-, warren, free,
-, wood,

Dennett, Mary,

Dependents or Cokelers,

Devon, see Exeter

Dial Post, see Grinstead, West

Dickens, Chas.,

Dickins, see Scrase-Dickins

Dishenhurst, fam., n

Dishenhurst, in Itchingfield and Thakeham,

Ditchling,

Dix, Wm.,

Dominicans, from France,

Donkin, F. W.,

Doomsday Green, see Horsham

Dorchester, marquess of, see Pierrepont

Dorking (Surr.),

Dorset, earl of, see Sackville

Dorset, see Bournemouth; Purbeck marble: Wimborne

Douglas, A. G.,

dovecot, pigeon ho.,

Dover, cast.,

Dowlen, Sam.,

Downer, Jane, m. John Standen,

Doyley:
-, Humph.,
-, Joan, m. Thos. Lewknor,
-, John (d. by 1278),
-, John (d. c. 1363),
-, Margery, w. of John,
-, Rose, w. of John,
-, Thos. (d. c. 1336),
-, Thos. (d. by 1371),
-, Wm.,

Dragonetti, Mrs. (fl. 1983),

Dragons Green, see Shipley

drainage, agricultural,
-, Pearson's draining plough,

drama festival,

drove roads, see roads

Drungewick, see Wisborough Green

Dublin,

Duck:
-, Anne, see Blount
-, Wm.,

Duckering, Wm.,

Dummers, see Shipley: Withyham

Duncanson, P.,

Durant, Hugh Norcott,

Durford, in Rogate, abbey,

Durrance (Durrants), see Shipley

Durrington,

Dursley (Glos.), rector of, see Robinson, Hugh

Dutch, see Netherlands

Dyne, John,

Eartham, vicar of, see Shuckford, Sam.

Eastbourne, see Chollington

Easteds, see Horsham

Eastwood, W. S.,

Easwrith, hund.,

Easwrith, East, hund. or half-hund.,
-, ct.,

Easwrith, West, hund.,

Eatons, in Ashurst and Henfield,

Eburne, Alice,

Edburton,

Ede:
-, Jas.,
-, Jas., s. of last,
-, John (fl. 1525-48, d. 1555-6, ? more than one),
-, fam.,

Eden, Rob., rector of Thakeham,

Edsaw:
-, Rob.,
-, Rob., s. of last,

Edward the Confessor,

Edward I,

Edward II,

Edwards:
-, Evan, vicar of Warnham,
-, Jane,
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Egremont, earl of, see Wyndham, Geo. O' Brien

Eldridge, fam.,

Ellis:
-, Jas., rector of Ashurst,
-, John,
-, Sarah,
-, Thos. (d. 1805),
-, Thos. (d. by 1829),
-, Wm.,

Elms, Edw., rector of Itchingfield,

Elrington:
-, Ric.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm., rector of Thakeham,

emigration,

Ends Place, see Warnham

engineering,

entertainment, see drama festival; folklore and customs; sport; and under names of places

Epsom (Surr.),

Erskine, see St. Clair-Erskine

Essex, see Waltham

Estaniaco, Wm. de, rector of West Grinstead,

Evans, L. A.,

Eversfield:
-, Ann, m. Chas. G. Bethune,
-, Ant.,
-, Chas. (d. 1749), n
-, Sir Chas. (d. c. 1784),
-, Chas. (d. 1818),
-, Chas. (d. 1914),
-, Chas. Gilb.,
-, Edw.,
-, (formerly Bethune), Edw. Maximilian,
-, Isabella, see Bethune
-, Jas., n
-, John,
-, Phil.,
-, Sophia, see Bethune
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1616),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1654),
-, fam.,

Evershed:
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

executions,

Exeter, duke of, see Holand

Exeter,

Ezra, E. E. L.,

Fagg:
-, Christian,
-, Eliz., m. - Goring,
-, John,
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1715),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1736),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1740),
-, -, m. Gawen Harris Nash,

Fairless, Mic., see Barber

fairs,

Falconer (Faukner):
-, Agnes, m. 1 Wal. Byne, John Sone,
-, Alice,
-, John,
-, fam.,
-, falconer,

Farnfold:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., n

Farnham (Surr.),

Farthing Bridge, see Horsham

Faukner, see Falconer

Fawkner, see Habershon and Fawkner

Faygate, in Horsham and Rusper,

Fécamp (Seine Maritime, France), abbey,
-, bailiff,

'Felkham', Reynold of, see Power, Ranulf

felons' goods,

Felton, W. V.,

fencing demesne, service of,

fencing park, service of,

Fenwick:
-, Dorothy, m. Sir Thos. Williamson,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Hesilrige,
-, Geo.,
-, John,

Ferring:
-, prebend,
-, rd.,

Ferris:
-, Eliz. Dorothy, see Lamb
-, Revd. Thos.,

Field:
-, Ric. at,
-, Sim. at,

Field Place, see Warnham

field sports, see shooting

Fielding, John,

fields, open,

Fiennes, Edw., Ld. Clinton,

'fifth monarchists',

Findon,
-, as address,
-, man.,
-, Muntham, q.v.
-, trades and ind.,
-, vicar,

fishing, and see angling

fishponds,

Fittleworth,

FitzAlan:
-, Beatrice, w. of Thos., earl of Arundel,
-, Hen., earl of Arundel,
-, Ric., earl of Arundel (d. 1376),
-, Ric., earl of Arundel (d. 1379),
-, Thos., earl of Arundel,

Fitzalan-Howard:
-, Augusta, w. of Hen. Granville, duke of Norfolk,
-, Hen., duke of Norfolk,
-, Hen., Granville, duke of Norfolk,
-, fam.,

Fitzgerald, Sir W. R. Seymour,

Fladgate:
-, Sarah, w. of W. C.,
-, W. C.,

Flanders, natives of,

Flaxman, John,

Fleming, - (fl. c. 1285),

Fletcher:
-, Cath., see Lintott
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1807),
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1821),
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1851),
-, (later Aubrey-Fletcher), Sir Hen.
-, (d. 1910),
-, Sir Hen. Aubrey- (d. 1969),
-, Sir John Aubrey-,
-, Sir Lancelot Aubrey-,
-, fam.,

flower growing,

folksinger, see music

Folkestone beds (geology),

folklore and customs, see Boxing Day; funerals; Guy Fawkes Day; May Day; music, rough; St. Crispin's Day; skug hunting

Follour, see Fuller

football,
-, rugby,

Ford, Sir Wm.,

Forester, fam.,

forestry,

Forestry Commission,

Forwelde, Wm.,

Foster:
-, Constance, see Lewknor
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Foursquare Gospel Church,

Fowler, John, vicar of Warnham,

Fownhope, Ld., see Cornwall, Sir John

Fox, Geo. (Quaker),

foxhunting,

Foyce, fam.,

France:
-, exports to,
-, French pictures,
-, Frenchmen,
-, war with,
-, and see Agincourt; Caen; Calais; Dominicans; Fécamp; Paris; Saumur

franchises, see amercements; assize of
-, bread and of ale; chase; felons'
-, goods; frankpledge; pillory;
-, strays; tumbril

Francis:
-, Group-Capt. (fl. 1955),
-, Mr. (fl. c. 1933),

Franciscans,

Frank, fam.,

Frankland:
-, F. W.,
-, Wm.,

frankpledge, view of,

freebench (widow's bench),

Freeman:
-, G. S.,
-, Jas.,

Freemantle (Hants),

French:
-, Ric.,
-, - (fl. 1378, two people),
-, fam.,

Friday Street, see Warnham

friendly societies,

Friends, Soc. of, see Quakers

Friesians, see dairying

fruit growing,

Fulford, Thos.,

Fulking,

Fuller (Follour):
-, Charlotte, m. Luke Upperton,
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., see Butcher
-, Hugh,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, fam., n

fulling, see mills; textiles

funerals, nocturnal,

Furze common, see Thakeham

Fust:
-, John,
-, Ric. (fl. 1302-32),
-, Ric. (fl. 1340-1),
-, Wal.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1280-1302),

Fust (cont.)
-, Wm. (fl. 1330-1),
-, fam.,

Fusts, see Warnham: Warnham Place

Galloway, earl of, see Stewart

game birds,

game in parks,

Gascoyne, John,

Gate, Sim. at, see Agate

Gates, fam.,

Gatesden, Sir John de,

Gatford, Eliz.,

Gatley, corn millers,

Gatton (Surr.),

Gatwick airport,

Gaunt-Woefl, Miss A.,

geese, see poultry

General Land Drainage and Improvement Co.,

Germany, and see Cologne; Meissen

Gibbings, Harrison and Co.,

Gibbs, Jas.,

Gibbs Green, see Roffey: Benson's Green

Gibson:
-, Geo. Carew,
-, Geo. J.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Carew-Gibson

Gifford, J. T.,

Gilbert union,

Gilford, Wm., and see Guildford

Glanywern (Denb.),

Glassington, John,

glassworking,

Glemham:
-, Constance, see Lewknor
-, Edw.,

Glendyne, Ld., see Nivison

Gloucester, archdeacon of, see Robinson, Hugh

Gloucestershire, see Bristol
-, Dursley, rector of, see Robinson, Hugh

Glover, fam.,

Goacher, Geo.,

goats,

Godfrey, fam.,

Godman:
-, P. S.,
-, Gen. Ric. T.,

Godwin, Earl,

Goffsland, see Thakeham

Golding's Bridge, see Nuthurst

Golds:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

golf,
-, putting green,

Goodacres, Beda, rector of Ashurst,

Goose Green Brickfields Ltd.,

Goosehill:
-, Eliz., see Mowbray
-, Sir Rob.,

Gorham, Jas.,

Goring:
-, Chas. (fl. 1695-1706),
-, Chas. (d. 1829),
-, Chas. (d. 1849),
-, Chas. (fl. 1910),
-, Edw. (fl. 1594, 1621, before 1652, ? more than one),
-, Edw. (d. 1683),
-, his w.,
-, Eliz., see Fagg
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1594),
-, Hen. (d. by 1669),
-, Hen. (fl. 1684),
-, Sir. Hen. (d. 1702),
-, Revd. John (fl. 1840-90),
-, John (fl. 1984),
-, Mary,
-, fam.,

Goring,
-, Castle Goring,

Goringlee, see Shipley

Gorringe:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Gostrow, hund.,

Grace, fam.,

Grant, Thos.,

Gratwicke:
-, John (d. 1564),
-, John (d. 1621),
-, John (d. 1687),
-, John (d. 1735-6),
-, John (d. 1744),
-, Mary, dau. of John,
-, Ric.,
-, Rog.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1583),
-, Wm. (fl. 1583-1610),

Graves Jas.,

Gravesend, Thos.,

Greater London Council,

Green:
-, Thos.,
-, W. J.,

Green Street, see Shipley

Greenfield:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Greenhurst, see Thakeham

Greensand, Mary,

Gregson:
-, Chas. B.,
-, H. G.,
-, Mrs. M.,

Grigg, fam.,

Grimstead:
-, Edith, see Tablier
-, Joan, w. of Thos.,
-, John of (fl. 1296),
-, John (d. 1328),
-, Marg., m. Thos. Benton,
-, Ric. of,
-, Thos.,

Grimstead, East or West (Wilts.), n

Grinstead:
-, Sir Ric. of,
-, Wm. of,
-, fam.,

Grinstead, East,

Grinstead, hund., see Grinstead, West:
-, hund.

Grinstead, West,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, the Bar,
-, Bay Bridge,
-, Belmoredean,
-, Bidlington Kingsbarns man.,
-, Bines Bridge,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges, and see Grinstead, West: Bay Bridge and Bines Bridge
-, Butcher's Row,
-, Byne, q.v.
-, the Capite,
-, Champions Fm.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, ch. ho.,
-, Clothalls,
-, clubs and socs.,
-, common pasture,
-, convent,
-, cross,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, Dial Post,
-, dom. archit.,
-, entertainment,
-, fair,
-, fields, open,
-, glebe,
-, hund. (Grinstead hund.),
-, ct.,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, Ivorys (Ivorysgate),
-, Jolesfield, q.v.
-, lands in,
-, library,
-, Littleworth,
-, local govt.,
-, Lock estate, see Ashurst
-, man.,
-, ho. (West Grinstead Pk.),
-, mkt. gardening,
-, mkts.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, orphanage,
-, pks.,
-, Partridge Green, q.v.
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, priory,
-, public servs.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,
-, settlement,
-, shops,
-, sport,
-, Stock Pk.,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, village hall (at Dial Post),
-, warren, free,
-, West Grinstead Lodge,
-, West Grinstead Pk., see Grinstead, West: man.
-, Westlands,
-, wharves,
-, woods,
-, wkho.,

Grinstead river,

Groombridge, fam.,

Groome:
-, Chas. (fl. 1777),
-, Chas. (fl. 1861),
-, Mary, see Lamport
-, Thos.,

Grossmith, Geo.,

Grub Street, see Horsham: Oakhill

Guernseys, see dairying

Guildford, Hen. of, and see Gilford

Guildford (Surr.),
-, cathedral,
-, gaol,
-, hosp.,
-, rly.,
-, rd.,

Guy Fawkes Day,

Habershon and Brock,

Habershon and Fawkner,

Haines:
-, Greg. (fl. 1641),
-, Greg. (fl. 1685),
-, Ric.,

Hale, Edw. at,

Hall:
-, Doris,
-, Geo., n
-, Thos.,

Hall Aggregates South Coast Ltd.,

Hall & Co.,

Hallant, Jos.,

Halliday, Thos. Manfield,

Halsham:
-, Sir Hugh, n
-, Joan, m. John Lewknor,
-, John (d. 1415),
-, John (fl. 1447-53),
-, Joyce, w. of Sir Hugh,
-, Maud, w. of John,
-, Philippa, w. of John,

Hamilton, G. C. P.,

Hampshire, and see Alverstoke; Chawton; Freemantle; Portsmouth; Southampton

Hampstead (Mdx., later Lond.),
-, New Coll.,

Hampton, Rob.,

Handcross, see Slaugham

Harben:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Mary, m.- Wharrie,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Harcourt:
-, Caroline Mary, see Peachey
-, Revd. Leveson Vernon,
-, Phil. de (fl. c. 1139), dean of Lincoln,
-, Phil. de (fl. 13th cent.),
-, Ric. de,

Hardham,

Hare, Mrs. G. E. B.,

Hargrave:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Harm, John,

Harraden:
-, Edw. (d. by 1645),
-, Edw. (d. by 1682),
-, Edw. (fl. 1728),
-, John,

Harris:
-, Rebecca Jane,
-, Rob.,
-, Roland,
-, T. F.,

Harrison:
-, H. D.,
-, Hen.,
-, and see Gibbings, Harrison and Co.

Hartfield, rector of, see Prague

Harting,
-, Ladyholt,

Harvey, And., and his w.,

Harwood, Hen.,

Hascombe (Surr.),

Haslam, fam.,

Haslemere (Surr.),

Hassell, John,

Hastings,

Hawes, John,

Hawkhurst (Kent),

Hawksbourne, see Horsham

Hay, Alex., rector of Itchingfield,

Haylers, see Thakeham: Slaughter

Hayne, Ric.,

headboroughs,

Heath:
-, Geo., rector of West Grinstead, prebendary of Lincoln,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. at, n
-, fam.,

Heath common, in Sullington, Thakeham, and Warminghurst,

Hecks:
-, Albert,
-, Bernard,

Heene,

Hemery, John,

Henfield
-, Eatons, q.v.
-, lands in,
-, man.,
-, sch.,

Henrietta Maria, queen of Chas. I,

Henry III,

Henry VII,
-, his dau., see Mary, Princess

Henry VIII,
-, his w., see Howard, Cath.

Henshaw:
-, Anne, m. Bart. Tipping,
-, Jos., bp. of Peterborough,
-, Phil.,
-, Thos. (d. by 1705),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1783),

Henty & Co.,

Hereford, bp. of, see Braose, Giles de

hermitage,

Hertford, marquess of, see Conway

Hertfordshire, see Clothall

Hesilrige:
-, Eliz., see Fenwick
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1659-63),
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1678-88),

Hewells, see Horsham

Hextall:
-, H. C.,
-, P. H.,
-, - (fl. 1940),

Hickenbottom, John,

High Hurst, in Nuthurst, later in Cowfold,

Highden, see Washington

Highland, see Horsham

Highland cattle, see cattle raising

Hill:
-, John,
-, T. F.,
-, fam.,

Hillman, -, brickmaker,

Hills:
-, G. M.,
-, John,

Hills, in Horsham, see Horsham

Hobshort, fam.,

Hobson:
-, Alice, m. Thos. Roberts,
-, Anne, m. Thos. Williams,
-, Mary, dau. of Thos.,
-, Thos.,

Hodges (or Massie), John,

Hodgson, J. F., vicar of Horsham,

Hoecourt, see Lancing

hognel money,

Holand, John, duke of Exeter,

Holbein, Hans,

Holbrook, fam.,

Holbrook, in Horsham, see Horsham

Hole, John,

Holland:
-, Joan, w. of Thos.,
-, Sim.,
-, Thos., vicar of Warnham, canon of Chichester,

Holland, see Netherlands

Hollands, see Warnham

Hollington,

homes:
-, convalescent,
-, old people's,
-, orphanage,

Hoo:
-, Thos., Ld. Hoo,
-, Thos., half-bro. of last,
-, fam.,

Hookland park, see Shipley

Hooper, J.,

hops,

Horley, Steph.,

Hornbrook, see Horsham

Hornung:
-, Col. C. B. R.,
-, E. W.,
-, J. P.,
-, Lt.-Col. Sir John,
-, S. P.,
-, fam.,

horse pasture,
-, of feral stallions,

Horsebridge common, see Ashurst

Horsham,
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almshouses,
-, ambulance sta.,
-, barracks,
-, bp. (suffragan),
-, Bishopric,
-, boro.,
-, bailiffs,
-, corporation,
-, constables,
-, cts.,
-, minor officers,
-, seal,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges, see Denne: Denne Bridge; Horsham: Farthing Bridge and Tan Bridge
-, Broadbridge, q.v.
-, Broadbridge Heath, q.v.
-, brotherhoods,
-, bus servs.,
-, Carfax,
-, carriers,
-, Causeway,
-, cemeteries,
-, chants.,
-, Butler's,
-, Holy Trinity or Hills,
-, char.,
-, Chesworth, q.v.
-, Christ's Hosp., q.v.
-, ch.,
-, new chs.,
-, cinemas, theatres, and halls,
-, clubs and socs.,
-, Collyer's sch., see Horsham: schs., grammar
-, Coltstaple,
-, commercial buildings,
-, common pasture,
-, Horsham common,
-, Comptons Brow,
-, Coolhurst,
-, Coombes in the Wold,
-, Cootes fm.,
-, Corn Exchange,
-, as country centre,

Horsham (cont.)
-, cts., see Horsham: boro., law cts., and man.
-, Crockhurst,
-, curates,
-, Denne, q.v.
-, dist. (local govt.),
-, dom. archit.,
-, Doomsday Green,
-, drainage,
-, Easteds,
-, electricity supply,
-, entertainment,
-, fairs,
-, Farthing Bridge,
-, Faygate, q.v.
-, fields, open,
-, fire engines, fire stas.,
-, gaol,
-, gas supply,
-, gild, n
-, glebe,
-, Grub Street, see Horsham: Oakhill
-, Hawksbourne,
-, Hewells,
-, man. ho. (The Manor Ho.),
-, Highland,
-, Highlands fm.,
-, Hills,
-, Holbrook,
-, Hornbrook,
-, Horsham Coll., see Horsham: schs.
-, Horsham common, see Horsham: common pasture
-, Horsham Pk.,
-, Horsham Rural civil parish,
-, Horsham stone:
-, building stone,
-, geology,
-, paving,
-, roofing,
-, hosps.,
-, hos. of correction,
-, hund., n
-, hunt, see Crawley and Horsham
-, inc.,
-, ind. estates,
-, inns and hotels,
-, inspectors, bd. of,
-, institutions,
-, lands in,
-, Langhurst,
-, law cts.,
-, libraries,
-, Littlehaven,
-, local bd.,
-, local govt., and see Horsham: boro., man., and par. govt.
-, M.P.s,
-, man.,
-, cts.,
-, manorial govt.,
-, Manor Ho., see Horsham: Hewells
-, mkt. gardening and nurseries,
-, mkts.,
-, clerk,
-, mkt. place,
-, Marlpost (Tarring Marlpost),
-, medical officer,
-, military events and gatherings,
-, mills,
-, mission rooms and chaps.,
-, museum,
-, Needles,
-, new town (medieval),
-, New town (19th-cent.),
-, newspapers,
-, nonconf.,
-, Normandy,
-, North Chapel,
-, North Heath,
-, North Parade,
-, Nutham,
-, Oakhill (formerly Grub Street),
-, Old Pk.,
-, ordnance depot,
-, par. govt.,
-, wkho.,
-, par. room,
-, pks.,
-, parliamentary representation,
-, place names,
-, police, police sta.,
-, politics,
-, poor-law union,
-, wkho.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, public servs.,
-, rly. stas.,
-, rlys.,
-, reading rooms,
-, rectory,
-, residential devel.,
-, riots,
-, riv., see Arun
-, rds. and streets,
-, rds. to,
-, Roffey, q.v.
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, rural dist.,
-, rural sanitary dist.,
-, St. John's Coll., see Horsham: schs.
-, sch. bd.,
-, schs.,
-, art,
-, Christ's Hosp., q.v.
-, grammar (Collyer's),
-, Horsham Coll.,
-, St. John's Coll.,
-, settlement,
-, shops and shopping centre,
-, Shortsfield,
-, Singlecross, q.v.
-, Southwater, q.v.
-, Springfield,
-, Stammerham,
-, Star Row, see Roffey
-, stone, see Horsham: Horsham stone
-, streams,
-, Tan Bridge,
-, Tanbridge,
-, Tanbridge Ho.,
-, tithes,
-, Tower Hill,
-, town centre,
-, town clerk,
-, town crier or beadle,
-, town hall,
-, town site,
-, trades and ind.,
-, Two Mile Ash,
-, urban dist.,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars, and see Allen, Mat.; Jameson; Tredcroft, Nat.
-, warren, free,
-, Washington in the Wold,
-, water supply,
-, water transport,
-, Wimblehurst,
-, women's institute,
-, woods,
-, wkhos., see Horsham: par. govt. and poor-law union
-, worthies,
-, zoning,

Horsham Building Soc., formerly Horsham Permanent Benefit and Horsham and Crawley Building Soc.,

Horsham-Crawley rly.,

Horsham-Dorking rly.,

Horsham Gas and Coke Co.,

Horsham-Guildford rly.,

Horsham Market Co.,

Horsham Poultry Producers Assoc.,

Horsham-Pulborough (Mid Sussex) rly.,

Horsham-Shoreham rly.,

Horsham stone, see Horsham: Horsham stone

Horsham Waterworks Co.,

horticulture:
-, flower show,
-, horticultural show,
-, horticultural soc.,
-, and see flower growing; fruit growing; hops; market gardens

Hospitallers, see Knights Hospitaller

Howard:
-, Agnes, w., of Thos., duke of Norfolk,
-, Bernard Edw., duke of Norfolk,
-, Cath., queen of Hen. VIII,
-, Chas., duke of Norfolk,
-, Hen., earl of Surrey (d. 1547),
-, Hen., duke of Norfolk, earl of Norwich (d. 1684),
-, Hen. Chas., earl of Surrey,
-, John,
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk, earl of
-, Surrey (d. 1524),
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1554),
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1572),
-, Thos., earl of Arundel (d. 1646),
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1677),
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1732),
-, fam.,

Howel, Phil., s. of Howel of Byne (Phil. s. of Howel),

Hudsons Laybrook, see Ibstock Brick Hudsons

Hughes, W. F.,

Humphrey (or Adams):
-, John (d. by 1669),
-, John (fl. 1669-1701),

Hunt, John le,

hunting, and see foxhunting; stag hunt

Hurst:
-, Col. A. R.,
-, Miss D.,
-, Hen. Rob.,
-, John, rector of Thakeham,
-, John Palmer,
-, Rob. at (fl. 1313),
-, Rob. (d. 1483),
-, Rob. (d. 1843),
-, Rob. Hen. (d. 1857),
-, Rob. Hen. (d. 1905),
-, fam.,

Hurstpierpoint,
-, Danny,

Hussey:
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1557),
-, Hen. (fl. 1667),
-, John (fl. 1548),
-, John (fl. 1589),
-, Thos.,

Huxley, see Batterbury and Huxley

Hyde:
-, Ann, see Symonds
-, Rob.,
-, Wal. de la,

Hythe beds (geology),

Ibstock Brick Hudsons, formerly Laybrook Brick Co. and Hudsons Laybrook,

Ifield, John of,

Ifield,
-, County Oak,

Imworth, John de,

Independents, see Congregationalists

industrial estates,

Ingram:
-, Arthur, Vct. Irwin,
-, Chas., Vct. Irwin,
-, Frances, w. of Chas., Vct. Irwin,
-, Geo., Vct. Irwin,
-, Hen., Vct. Irwin,
-, Isabella, m. Francis Seymour Conway, marquess of Hertford,
-, Ric., Vct. Irwin,
-, fam., Vcts. Irwin,

Innes:
-, J. A.,
-, Jas.,
-, Col. (fl. 1938),
-, fam.,

Ipswich (Suff.),

Ireland:
-, John, composer,
-, T.,

Ireland, see Dublin

iron industry:
-, ironmaster,
-, ironworking,
-, mining,

Isaacs, Gerald Rufus, and his w. Eva, marquess and marchioness of Reading,

Irwin, Vcts., see Ingram

Isabella, queen of King John,

Isleworth (Mdx.), see Syon

Israel, agric. training for,

Italian pictures,

Itchingfield,
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, Barns Green, q.v.
-, Bashurst,
-, bdry.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and socs.,
-, common pasture,
-, ct.,
-, cross,
-, curates,
-, Dishenhurst, q.v.
-, dom. archit.,
-, entertainment,
-, glebe,
-, inn,
-, institute,
-, lands in,
-, local govt.,
-, man.,
-, Muntham, q.v.
-, nonconf.,
-, pks.,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, public servs.,
-, rly.,
-, reading room,
-, rectors, and see Pratt, Wm.; Scott, Thos.; Tredcroft, Edw. Wm.
-, rectory,
-, residential devel.,
-, rds.,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rye Fm.,
-, schs.,
-, settlement,
-, Sharpenhurst,
-, Shiprods,
-, Slaughterford, see Barns Green
-, sport,
-, Stammerham, see Horsham
-, Sullington-in-Itchingfield,
-, tithes,
-, trades and ind.,
-, Wellcross,
-, Welle,
-, woods,

Ivor, fam.,

Ivorys (Ivorysgate), see Grinstead, West

Jackson, Revd. Jos.,

Jackson Bros.,

Jacob sheep, see sheep farming

James, Sir Archibald, his w.,

Jameson, Wm., curate of Shipley, vicar of Horsham,

Jehovah's Witnesses,

Jenden, Edw.,

Jerseys, see dairying

Jesuits,

Jewry, mortgate in the,

Jinkes, - (fl. c. 1900),

Jinkes Farm, see Warminghurst: Slater's Copyhold

John, King,
-, his w., see Isabella

Johnson:
-, Hen.,
-, L. O.,
-, Mr. (fl. c. 1945),
-, Mrs. (d. 1943),

Jolesfield, in West Grinstead,
-, brickworks,
-, clubs,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, Jolesfield common,
-, Jolesfield Ho.,
-, mill,
-, mission room,
-, nonconf.,
-, rd.,
-, sch.,
-, sport,

Jool, fam., n

Jordan, Nic., and see Jourdan

Joseph, fam.,

Jourdan, Sarah Eliz., m. Chas. Chitty, and see Jordan

Joydewyne, Rog., see Wantley

Juxon:
-, John,
-, Col. (fl. 1652),