A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 3, Bramber Rape (North-Eastern Part) Including Crawley New Town

By A P Baggs, C R J Currie, C R Elrington, S M Keeling and A M Rowland/ Edited by T P Hudson. Gives the history of the eleven parishes that form the north-eastern part of Bramber rape, from Upper Beeding in the south to Ifield in the north, together with that of Crawley new town, founded in 1947.

Victoria County History - Sussex. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1987.

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Table of contents

Title Page(s)
List of illustrations x-xi
List of maps xii
Editorial note xiii
Classes of documents in the Public Record Office xv
Classes of documents in the Sussex Record Offices xvi
Sussex Record Society volumes xvii
Note on abbreviations xix-xxiii
Bramber Rape (North-eastern Part) 1-4
Burbeach Hundred 5-6
Lower Beeding 7-12
Lower Beeding: Forest 12-16
Lower Beeding: Manors and other estates 16-21
Lower Beeding: Economic history 21-25
Lower Beeding: Local government 25-26
Lower Beeding: Churches 26-28
Lower Beeding: Nonconformity 28
Lower Beeding: Education 28-29
Lower Beeding: Charities for the poor 29
Upper Beeding 29-34
Upper Beeding: Manors and other estates 34-37
Upper Beeding: Economic history 37-41
Upper Beeding: Local government 41-42
Upper Beeding: Church 42-44
Upper Beeding: Roman Catholicism 44
Upper Beeding: Protestant nonconformity 44-45
Upper Beeding: Education 45
Upper Beeding: Charity for the poor 45
Edburton 45-48
Edburton: Manors and other estates 48-49
Edburton: Economic history 49-50
Edburton: Local government 50-51
Edburton: Church 51-52
Edburton: Nonconformity 52
Edburton: Education 52
Edburton: Charities for the poor 52
Ifield 53-60
Ifield: Manors and other estates 60-63
Ifield: Economic history 63-67
Ifield: Local government and public services 67-68
Ifield: Churches 68-70
Ifield: Roman Catholicism 70-71
Ifield: Protestant nonconformity 71-72
Ifield: Education 72-73
Ifield: Charities for the poor 73
Crawley New Town 74-75
Crawley New Town: Growth of the new town 75-81
Crawley New Town: Communications 81
Crawley New Town: Social and cultural activities 81-83
Crawley New Town: Economic history 83-89
Crawley New Town: Local government 89
Crawley New Town: Public services 89-91
Crawley New Town: Churches 91-92
Crawley New Town: Roman Catholicism 92
Crawley New Town: Protestant nonconformity 92-93
Crawley New Town: Other religions 93
Crawley New Town: Education 93-95
Nuthurst: Singlecross Hundred (continued) 96-101
Nuthurst: Manor and other estates 101-103
Nuthurst: Economic history 103-106
Nuthurst: Local government 106
Nuthurst: Church 106-108
Nuthurst: Nonconformity 108-109
Nuthurst: Education 109
Nuthurst: Charities for the poor 109
Rusper 109-112
Rusper: Manors and other estates 112-115
Rusper: Economic history 115-117
Rusper: Local government 117
Rusper: Church 117-119
Rusper: Nonconformity 119
Rusper: Education 119
Rusper: Charities for the poor 119
Tipnoak Hundred 120-121
Albourne 122-125
Albourne: Manors and other estates 125-127
Albourne: Economic history 127-129
Albourne: Local government 129-130
Albourne: Church 130-131
Albourne: Nonconformity 131
Albourne: Education 131
Albourne: Charity for the poor 131
Henfield 132-140
Henfield: Manors and other estates 140-145
Henfield: Economic history 145-153
Henfield: Local government and public services 153-155
Henfield: Church 155-156
Henfield: Roman Catholicism 156-157
Henfield: Protestant nonconformity 157
Henfield: Education 157-158
Henfield: Charities for the poor 158
Woodmancote 157-160
Woodmancote: Manors and other estates 160-164
Woodmancote: Economic history 164-166
Woodmancote: Local government 166
Woodmancote: Church 166-167
Woodmancote: Nonconformity 167-168
Woodmancote: Education 168
Woodmancote: Charity for the poor 168
Wyndham Half-Hundred 169-170
Cowfold 171-177