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three earliest subsidies for the County of Sussex in the years 1296, 1327, 1332

three earliest subsidies for the County of Sussex in the years 1296, 1327, 1332

with some remarks on the origin of local administrationin the county through "borowes" or tithings

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Published by Hughes & Clarke in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranscribed and edited by ... William Hudson.
SeriesSussex Record Society -- volume 10
ContributionsHudson, William, 1837-1931.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14463579M

The Three Earliest Subsidies for the County of Sussex in the Years ,, (). The tower and "Renish helm"Author: Philip John Masters. Person Page - Martha Caroline Large. b. , d. April Father: Richard Large b. c Webpage Sussex Subsidy of The rape of Pevensey', The three earliest subsidies for the county of Sussex: , ,

  The Sussex Subsidy Rolls of , and are similar in their inclusion of a considerable proportion of parish clergy: e.g. Three Earliest Subsidies for the County of Sussex, 27, 38, 68, 62, 85, , , (chaplains), 54, 59, 60, 65Cited by: 1. GETTING STARTED INTRODUCTION This Bibliography is based on three University of Sussex Centre for Continuing Education Occasional Papers, no. 10, Medieval Sussex: A bibliography, by Sue Farrant (), no. 2, Sussex in the 16th and 17th Centuries; A bibliography, by Colin E. Brent, Anthony J. Fletcher and Timothy J. McCann (2nd edition by John H. Farrant, ) and no. 1, SussexFile Size: KB.

The oldest human artefact found within Birmingham is the Saltley Handaxe: a ,year-old brown quartzite hand axe about millimetres ( in) long, discovered in the gravels of the River Rea at Saltley in Other parts or Birmingham are quite similar in this way, as people seem to have lived there for millennia. This provided the first evidence of lower paleolithic human habitation. Alphabetical Index – Map of Sussex County Compiled by: Richard M. Stevens, Ph.D. This document is an alphabetical listing of all the names which occur on the Map of Sussex County in New Jersey produced by G.M. Hopkins, Jr., C.E. Each name is presumably associated with a house or other building such as a shop or mill.


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Transcribed and ed. by the Rev. William Hudson. The three earliest subsidies for the county of Sussex in the years, with some remarks on the origin of local administration in the county through "borowes" or tithings. The three earliest subsidies for the county of Sussex in the years, With some remarks on the origin of local administration in the county through "borowes" or tithings.

Transcribed and ed. by the Rev. William Hudson. by Sussex (England); Hudson, William, Pages: Vol. The Three Earliest Subsidies For the County of Sussex, Vol. 7: An Abstract of Feet of Fines For the County of Sussex: Vol. 2, Vol. 5:. The Three Earliest Subsidies for the County of Sussex in the Years, with Some Remar The Three Earliest Subsidies for the County of Sussex in the Years, with Some Remar William Hudson 'Teachers of the history of political ideas will find this book, whose origins are in the author's own teaching practice.

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Vol. The Three Earliest Subsidies For the County of Sussex, Vol. 7: An Abstract of Feet of Fines For the County of Sussex: Vol. 2, Vol. 5: West Sussex. A compendious history of Sussex: topographical, archaeological & anecdotical ; --Sussex in the great Civil War and the interregnum, Sussex manors, advowsons, etc., recorded in the Feet of fines, Henry VIII.

to William--The three earliest subsidies for the county of Sussex in the years, Sussex folk and Sussex ways. years of the Census in Sussex is a summary by the ONS of some of the main trends in Sussex revealed by the censuses The Three Earliest Subsidies For the County of Sussex, (Sussex Record Society, Vol.

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'Sussex subsidy of The rape of Lewes', in The Three Earliest Subsidies For the County of Sussex,ed. William Hudson (London, ), pp. William Hudson, ed., The three earliest subsidies for the county of Sussex in the years, () (British History Online) Sussex Record Society, volume Julian Cornwall, ed., The lay subsidy rolls for the county of Sussex () (Sussex Record Society) Sussex Record Society, volume Most have a descriptive tag, many of which might be hereditary by this time It was originally written in Latin, like two early London subsidy rolls, the three earliest subsidies for the county of Sussex,the Staffordshire lay subsidy ofYorkshire North Riding Lay Subsidy for and the Yorkshire West Riding Subsidy.

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73,95 (references to "Henr[icus] fyz le Rey" on Sussex subsidy). Essex, Kent, Sussex. Essex Borough arms and the traditional arms of Essex and the arms of Chelmsford diocese ().

Pedigree of Smijth [sic] of Hill Hall, Essex (). researches (). The Essex Collection: 35 Books. Sussex Record Society Vol X - The Earliest Subsidies for the County of Sussex in the years, () Sussex Record Society Vol XI - The episcopal Register of Robert Rede Part II () Sussex Record Society Vol XIII - The Parish Registers of Cuckfield Sussex A truly unique and wonderful collection of 48 rare and out of print books covering the history of Sussex.

A dictionary of the Sussex dialect and collection of provincialisms in use in the county of Sussex ().Sam Sloan's Big Combined Family Trees. W. Hudson, Three Earliest Subsidies for the County of Sussex in the Years(Sussex Rec.

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