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Full text of "Notes of post mortem inquisitions taken in Sussex. 1 Henry VII, to 1649 and after. Abstracted and translated by F.W.T. Attree"

C. 



SUSSEX 



RECORD SOCIETY 



FOUNDED FOE THE PUBLICATION OF RECORDS 

AND DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE 

COUNTY. 



VOLUME XIV. 



PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY. 



iLDtrtfoii : 

MITCHELL HUGHES AND CLARKE, PRINTERS. 
1912. 




DA 



1912. 



LIST OE OFFICERS. 



THE DUKE OF NORFOLK, E.M., E.G. 



THE LORD BISHOP OF CHICHESTER. 
E. H. W. DUNKIN, ESQ., F.S.A. 
H. WAGNER, ESQ., F.S.A. 



COL. F. W. T. ATTREE, F.S.A., late R.E., 53, ALBERT BRIDGE ROAD, S.W. 



MAJOR H. P. MOLINEUX, F.G.S., MORNINGTON, EASTBOURNE. 

Utterarg Htmtora: 

REV. W. HUDSON, F.S.A., 65, ASHLEY GARDENS, WESTMINSTER, S.W. 
L. F. SALZMANN, F.S.A., WROTH TYES, HARTFIELD. 



i&emfcetrs of Council : 

W. C. RENSHAW, K.C. (CHAIRMAN). 



COL. F. W. T. ATTREE, R.E., F.S.A. 

REV. W. BUDGEN. 

J. E. COUCHMAN. 

REV. PREB. C. DEEDES. 

E. H. W. DUNKIN, F.S.A. 

W. B. B. FREELAND. 



P. S. GODMAN. 

REV. W. HUDSON, F.S.A. 

E. HUTH. 

R. GARRAWAY RICE, F.S.A. 

L. F. SALZMANN, F.S.A. 

C. THOMAS STANFORD, F.S.A. 



Clerfe antf Collector: 

W. W. DAVEY, THE LIBRARY, BARBICAN HOUSE, LEWES, 

Who it authorised to receive Subscriptions, and to whom all Communications 
respecting Subscriptions and the delivery of Volumes should be addretsed. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 



1911. Allen, Edwd. Heron, F.L.S., F.R.M.S., F.Z.S., F.E.MET. soc., Large Acres, 

Selsey Bill, and 3, Northwick Terrace, N.W. 

1901. Allfrey, Miss K. E., Friston, Wray Common Road, Reigate. 
1901. Attree, Col. F. W. T., F.S.A., 53, Albert Bridge Road, Battersea, S.W. 

1901. Barbara, Sir G., Snape, Wadburst. 

1901. Bax, A. Ridley, Esq., F.S.A., 7, Cavendish Square, W. 

1908. Bennett, Rev. Prebendary F. G., 22, West Street, Chichester. 

1907. Bennett, Rev. H., Berwick Rectory, Polegate. 

1901. Bevan, R. A., Esq., Horsgate, Cuckfield. 

1912. Bodleian Library, Oxford. 

1901. Boger, J. I. C., Esq., M.A., 10, Heene Terrace, Worthing. 

1901. Borradaile, C., Esq., 3, Norfolk Terrace, Brighton. 

1911. Bowyer, P. A., Esq., 41, Chapel Road, Worthing. . 

1901. Boyson, A. P., Esq., F.Z.S., Grove Lodge, Tring. 

1901. Breach, W. Powell, Esq., " Newham," Steyning. 

1901. Brighton Public Library (Henry D. Roberts, Chief Librarian and 
Superintendent). 

1907. Budgen, Rev. W., Mountney, Milton Road, Eastbourne. 

1910. Bull, Sir Wm. J., M.P., The Meadows, 474, Uxbridge Road, W. 
1901. Burdon, Rev. Prebendary R. J., St. Peter's Vicarage, Chichester. 

1908. Chichester, The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of, The Palace, Chichester. 
1901. Clarke, C. B. O., Esq., Brook House, Hayward's Heath. 

1905. Clarke, Lieut.-Col. Stephenson R., Borde Hill, Cuckfield. 

1901. Clarke, Somers, Esq., F.S.A., 48, Albert Court, S.W. 

1901. Codrington, Rev. Prebendary R. H., D.D., 54, South Street, Chichester. 

1909. College of Arms, care of G. Woods Wollaston, Esq., Queen Victoria 

Street, E.G. 

1901. Comber, J., Esq., Ashenhurst, Albury Road, Guildford. 
1901. Cooper, Rev. T. S., F.S.A., Chiddingfold, Godalming. 

1910. Cotching, T., Horsham. 

1907. Couchman. J. E., Esq., Dene Place, Hurstpierpoint. 

1901. Cowdray, Right Hon. Baron, 47, Parliament Street, Westminster, S.W. 

1901. Davey, Rev. Chancellor H. M., M.A., F.S.A., Cawley Priory, Chichester. 

1909. Dawtrey, J., Esq., Broadway Buildings, Reading. 

1901. Deedes, Rev. Prebendary C., 32, Little London, Chichester. 



LIST OF MEMBERS. V 

1901. Dunkin, E. H. W., Esq., F.S.A., Eosewyn, 70, Herne Hill, London, S.E. 
and The Heath, Fairlight, Hastings. 

1901. Farncombe, J., Esq., Saltwood, Spencer Road, Eastbourne. 

1901. Fletcher, W. H. B., Esq., Aldwick Manor, Bognor. 

1901. Freeland, W. B. B., Esq., Chichester. 

1901. Fuller, Eev. A., M.A., The Lodge, 7, Sydenham Hill, S.E. 

1901. Godman, C. B., Esq., Woldringfold, Horsham. 

1901. Godman, P. S., Esq., Muntham, Horsham. 

1901. Greenwood, J. Anderton, Esq., Funtington House, Chichester. 

1901. Gwynne, J. E. A., Esq., F.S.A., Folkington Manor, Polegate. 

1901. Haines, C. E., Esq., F.S.A., Pulborough, Sussex. 

1901. Hall, W. Hamilton, Esq., F.S.A., F.B. HIST, s., Fordcombe, Tunbridge 

Wells. 

1909. Hannah, Ian C., Esq., Fernroyd, Forest Eow, Sussex. 
1901. Harley, J., Esq., Beedings, Pulborough. 

1908. Harvard University Libra^, Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A., care of E. G. 

Allen & Sons, 14, Grape Street, W.C. 

1909. Hawes, G. C., Esq., Lindfield Place, Hayward's Heath. 
1901. Henty, E., Esq., F.S.A., Ferring Grange, near Worthing. 
1901. Hen wood, E., Esq., Carfax, Horsham. 

1910. Hills, Wallace H., Esq., Lansdowne House, East Grinstead. 
1901. Holmes, G. P., Esq., The Chalet, Felpham. 

1901. Hove Public Library, care of J. W. Lister, Esq. 

1901. Hudson, Eev. W., F.S.A., 65, Ashley Gardens, Westminster, S.W. 

1901. Huth, E., Esq., Wykehurst Park, Bolney, Hayward's Heath. 

1901. Lewes Public Library, care of M. S. Blaker, Esq., Town Clerk. 

1902. Lincoln's Inn Library, London, per A. F. Etheridge, Esq. 
1907. Loder, G. W. E., Esq., F.S.A., Wakehurst Place, Ardingly. 

1912. Margesson, Major E. W., Kingsclere, Liverpool Gardens, Worthing. 

1911. Markwick, Col. E. E., C.B., F.E.A.S., care of Sir C. E. McGrigor & Co., 

25, Charles Street, St. James' Square, S.W. 

1901. McAndrew, J., Esq., Holly Hill, Coleman's Hatch, Tunbridge Wells. 
1907. Mitchell, Hugh Parker, Esq., Victoria and Albert Museum, South 

Kensington, S.W. 
1901. Molineux, Major H. P., F.G.S., Mornington, Buxton Eoad, Eastbourne. 

1911. Napper, Miss L. L., Oxford Lodge, Farncombe Eoad, Worthing. 
1901. Newington, Mrs. C., Oakover, Ticehurst. 

1909. New York Public Library, c/o B. F. Stevens & Brown, 4 Trafalgar 
Square, London. 

1901. Norfolk, His Grace the Duke of, K.G., E.M., Arundel Castle, Arundel. 

1907. Oke, A. W., Esq., B.A., LL.M., F.S.A., F.G.S., F.L.S., 32, Denmark Villas, 
Hove. 

1902. Oliver, E. W., Esq., New Place, Lingfield, Surrey. 



Vi LIST OF MEMBERS. 

1901. Pannett, A. B., Esq., 16, Boltro Road, Hayward's Heath. 
1911. Penfold, Eev. E. W. D., Draycott, Southey Road, Worthing. 
1909. Penfold, F. B., Esq., 30, York Street, Portman Square, W. 
1907. Public Record Office, Chancery Lane, London. 

1901. Raper, "W. A., Esq., Battle. 

1901. Renshaw, W. C., Esq., K.C., Sandrocks, Hayward's Heath. 

1901. Rice, R. Garraway, Esq., F.S.A., Carpenter's Hill, Pulborough, and 
23, C} ril Mansions, Prince of Wales Road, S.W. 

1901. Salzmann, L. F., Esq., F.S.A., Wroth Tyes, Hartfield. 

1901. Snewin, H. E., Esq., Park Road, Worthing. 

1906. Society of Antiquaries, Burlington House, London, W. 

1907. Standen, Gilbert, Esq., 34, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London. 
1901. Stenning, J. C., Esq., Bexle3 T , Saffrons Road, Eastbourne. 

1909. Stevens, F. Bentham, Esq., B.A., LL.B. Camb., 103, High Street, St. 

Annes, Lewes. 

1901. Streatfeild, R. J., Esq., The Rocks, Uckfield. 

1911. Street, E. E., F.S.A., St. Martin's House, Chichester. 
1901. Sussex Archaeological Society, Barbican House, Lewes. 

1901. Thomas-Stanford, C., Esq., M.A., F.S.A., Preston Manor, near Brighton. 

1906. Thomson, J. Maitland, D.L., LL.D., 3, Grosvenor Gardens, Edinburgh. 

1912. Tollhurst, John G., Esq., St. Alban's, Beckenham. 

1908. Tower, W. E., Esq., Old Place, Lindfield. 

1901. Tubbs, Mrs. L. C., Caple-ne-Ferne, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

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1901. Wagner, H., Esq., F.S.A., 13, Half Moon Street, London, W. 

1905. Woollan, J. H., Esq., 42, South Park Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 

1901. Wyatt, H. R. Peufold, Esq., Cissbury, Worthing. 

1909. Wyatt, J. A. P., Esq., Horsfold Manor, Wisborough Green, Billings- 

hurst. 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 



1901. Hope, William Henry St. John, Esq., Clare House, Clare, Suffolk. 
1901. Round, J. Horace, Esq., 15, Brunswick Terrace, Brighton. 



RULES. 



1. The Society shall be called " THE SUSSEX RECORD SOCIETY," 
and its object shall be to transcribe and publish documents relating 
to the County. 

2. The affairs of the Society shall be managed by a Council, 
which shall consist of a President, Vice- Presidents, the Secretary, 
the Literary Director, the Treasurer and Twelve Members, all of 
whom shall be elected at the Annual General Meeting. Three 
Members of the Council shall form a quorum. 

3. Every Candidate for Membership on being nominated by a 
Member, to whom he is personally known, shall be admitted by the 
Secretary on payment of his subscription. 

4. The Council shall have power to elect as an Honorary 
Member outside the County any person likely to promote the 
interests of the Society. 

5. The Annual Subscription shall be One Guinea, payable on 
election, and afterwards on the 1st of January in each year, entitling 
to all publications issued during the year, but no Volumes will be 
sent to Members whose Subscription is in arrear. Any Member 
intending to withdraw his name from the Society shall give notice 
in writing to the Secretary on or before the 1st of January in any 
year of his intention to do so, otherwise he shall be liable for the 
current year's subscription. The Council shall have power at its 
discretion to remove the name of any Member who is more than 
one year in arrear of his subscription. 

6. The Annual General Meeting of the Members shall be held 
at Lewes in February of every year. 



Vlll RULES. 

7. A Special General Meeting shall be summoned by the 
Secretary on the requisition in writing of Five Members or of the 
President or Two Vice-Presidents, specifying the subject to be 
brought forward for consideration at such Meeting, and that 
subject only shall be then considered. 

8. No alteration shall be made in the Rules except at the 
Annual General Meeting, and notice in writing of the proposed 
alteration shall be given to the Secretary in January. 

9. The Accounts of the Society shall be submitted annually 
to the examination of Two Auditors, who shall be elected at the 
Annual Meeting from the general body of the Members of the 
Society. 



SUSSEX RECOKD SOCIETY. 



Report presented at Annual Meeting, 14th February, 1912. 



Council are able not only to report the issue last year of 
J_ the Annual Volume in return for the contributions of their 
Members, but also to record once more the additional issue of an 
Extra Volume, provided by private generosity. 

The Annual Volume for 1911, being Volume XII. of the Series, 
contained the Chichester Marriage Licences for the Courts of the 
Dean's and Archbishop's Peculiars, edited by MR. DTJNKIN. This 
is the fourth similar Volume which ME. DUNKIN has compiled for 
the Society/ and it completes the whole of the Marriage Licences 
for Sussex down to 1730. The Society is greatly indebted to 
ME. DUNKJN for the gift of the results of many years' labour in 
getting together this great mass of useful information, and for the 
further toil of most careful editing and indexing in the course of 
publication. 

The Extra Volume issued last year, for which, as announced 
in our last Eeport, the Society has to thank ME. EENSHAW and 
ME. H. WAGNEE was the Eegisters of Cuckfield Parish from 
1598 1699, copied by Miss COOPEB, daughter of the late Canon 
Cooper, and edited by ME. EENSHAW. It is numbered Volume XIII. 
Though not intended as a memorial of our late Chairman of 
Council, it will appropriately be associated with his memory. 

Volume XIV. for 1912, containing Post Mortem Inquisitions, 
Second Series, by COL. ATTEEE, is in the press. 

The Council have also to announce that one of their number, 
ME. E. HUTH of Bolney, has kindly consented to contribute at his 
own expense an Extra Volume, containing the Bolney Eegisters, 
commencing in 1545. It is ready for the press and will be issued 
as soon as finished. This will be numbered Volume XV. 

It is proposed that Volume XVI. for 1913 shall consist of the 
proceedings in the Star Chamber relating to Sussex persons during 
the reign of Henry VII. to the end of Philip and Mary, to be 
edited by ME. PEECY D. MUNDY. 

On the resignation last year by MB. PEECY S. GTODMAN of the 
office of Hon. Secretary, COL. ATTEEE was elected in his place and 
has been acting through the year. 

The Members of the Council offer themselves for re-election. 



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NOTES 



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POST MORTEM INQUISITIONS 



TAKEN IN 



SUSSEX. 



1 HENRY VII. TO 1649 AND AFTER. 



ABSTRACTED AND TRANSLATED BY 

COL. E. W. T. ATTREE, E.S.A., 

LATE R.E. 



ISSUED TO SUBSCBIBEBS OF THE SUSSEX EECOED SOCIETY FOR 
THE YEAB 1912. 



PREFACE. 



FTlHESE notes contain short abstracts of, to the best of 
my belief, all the Inquisitions taken in Sussex between 
1488 and the date when they were abolished. They were 
compiled from the word " Sussex " in the margin of the 
Calendars. It does not, of course, follow that the 
Inquisitions on all persons holding any property in Sussex 
are here recorded, as, if they held property in other 
counties, it is possible that the Inquisition is recorded in 
one of those counties and their Sussex property included 
there. 

This work occupied some two or three years of my 
spare time at the Record Office, and the notes were taken 
from the original Inquisitions, Chancery where they existed, 
Exchequer or Wards and Liveries where they did not. 
I mention this fact, as the difficulty of compressing such 
a large amount of material into a book of this size, and 
proportioning the amount of space to the importance of 
the Inquisition during a considerable period of time, was 
such as to render the present work of somewhat uneven 
allotment in attention and detail, and it may, with some 
justice, be objected that in some cases too many, and in 



PREFACE. 

others too few, particulars have been given. In every case, 
however, the following, which is considered the most 
important information consistent with brevity, has been 
given : 

1. Name of the deceased, and reference to the 

Inquisition. 

2. Place where the Inquisition was taken, and date 

of death. 

3. Name and relationship of the heir, and age at 

the date of death. 

4. Short description of the property, and references 

to wills, grants, and marriage settlements 
affecting it. 

From the very full abstracts of Sussex Inquisitions 
from 1 to 25 Elizabeth by Mr. L. F. Salzmann, F.S.A. 
(Vol. III. Sussex Record Society), which are herein still 
further condensed by his pennission, it will be seen how 
much has been omitted, viz. : 

1. The name of the Escheator or Official before whom 

the Inquisition was taken. 

2. The names of the jurors. 

3. The acreage and value of the lands, and of what 

manors, etc., they are held. 

The last item is of very great importance to any one 
tracing the history of a family or property, but such persons 



PREFACE. XV 

are recommended to refer to the original Inquisitions, and 
for them these notes may merely be taken as indicating 
where to look. 

The Index, from the variety of ways of spelling the 
same name, should be looked at under every form of that 
name. 

My best thanks are due to my sister, Miss F. M. T. Attree, 
for much laborious work in writing out, checking, and 
arranging my original pencil notes. 

F. W. T. ATTEEE. 



SUSSEX NOTES FROM THE SECOND SERIES 
OF CHANCERY INQUISITIONES POST- 
MOBTEM. 



(a) The age of the heir is the age at the death of the subject of the 

Inquisition, unless stated otherwise. 
(&) E. G. stands for East Grinstead. 



1. 

JOHK ACHESON, clerk. Vol. 731, No. 123. 

E. G., 19 Oct. 13 Charles. Died 25 Sept. last. 

Heir, only son Thomas, aged 21 years 4 months. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., called " Havells," " Jackmans " and 
" Owldhowseland," and a garden and 4 acres, all in Pevensey " Cud- 
more " in Westham. 

2. 

NICHOLAS ACTON. Vol. 437, Nos. 84 and 87. 

E. Gr., 9 April 3 Charles. Died 10 Feb. 1 Charles. 

Heir, son Nicholas Acton, born after father's death, and aged 
11 months 20 days at Inq. 

Lands. " Staples," " Hoggecroft," and 4| acres land in Eipe. 
On 5 Sept. 13 James, in consideration of marriage between N. A. and 
Margaret, then his wife, daughter of Richard Miller, conveyed to 
trustees for jointure. 

3. 

EICHARD ADAM, son and heir of Thomas Adam, late of Fletching. 
Vol. 31, No. 66. 

Eobertsbridge, 20 March 8 Hen. VIII. Proof of age of Eichard 
Adam. The Jurors, each of age of 42 years and more, say E. A. 
was born at Fletching, baptized in church there, and of age of 21 years 
on 30 Oct. last. Each with age stated gives his respective reason 
for recollecting the fact. 

4. 

EICHABD ADAMS, gent. Vol. 41, No. 22. 

Lewes, 25 May 16 Hen. VIII. Died 17 Feb. 15 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Thomas Adams, aged 7 years at last feast of Nativity. 

Lands. On 21 Sept. 7 Hen. VIII., on marriage of Eichard 
Adams with Isabel, daughter of John Scott, Kut., lands in Fletching, 
Sussex, and Goudherst, Hawkhurst, Eomney, etc., in Kent, settled on 
Jane A., mother of E. A. for life, with remainder to E. A. Other 
trustees of Thomas Adams seized of lands and tenements in Fletchiug 
and Cliffe near Lewes to use of himself and his heirs, whereby they 
are now seized to use of E. A. and his heirs. 

TOL. XIV. B 



2 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

5. 

HENRY ADEANE alias WARREN. Vol. 340, No. 204. 

E. G., 23 March 10 James. Died 4 Sept. 37 Eliz. at Ditchling. 

Heir, daughter Agnes Warren, then aged 2 years. 

Lands. A virgate of free land in Ditchling called " Bedells," 
" Dymocks " in D., " Buttons " in D., " Facyes " in Fletching, " Mil- 
wards " and " Hempshawes " in Lindfield, 3 acres free land called 
"Grayeligh"mL. 

6. 

HENRY AGATE, yeo. Vol. 605, No. 25. 

E. G., 18 Aug. 17 Chas. Died 1 April last. 

Heir, only daughter Mary Agate, aged 7 months. 

Lands. Manor of "Wardingleed, " Faireoakland " in Shermanbury, 
" Collins " and " Kidders " in Henfield. Mary Agate the widow survives 
and claims dower. 

7. 

RALPH AGMONDESHAM. Vol. 13, No. 66. 

Horsham, 16 March 14 Hen. VII. Died (date not found). 

Heir, son John Agmondesham, aged 23 and more. 

Lands. Agnes Cranley was seized of messuage and lands in Kird- 
ford called " Baskefold," and of another messuage and lands inPetworth, 
and one other messuage and land in Kirdford, and one messuage with 
garden in Petworth, and she married R. A., and had issue John A., 
and died. 

8. 

THOMAS AGMONDESHAM, gent. Vol. 22, No. 31. 

E. G., 16 Nov. 24 Hen. VII. Died 17 Feb. last. 

Heir, daughter Barbara, aged half a year. 

Lands, etc., in Kirdford and Petworth, and by deed enfeoffed 
trustees with all his lands in Barkefold, Retherbrigge, Lekefold, and 
Amyrsain or elsewhere in the Counties of Sussex and Southampton, to 
hold to use of Agnes, then wife of T. A., for life. Agnes still survives. 

9. 

JOHN AKEHURST, gent. Vol. 233, No. 38. 

Lewes, 6 Oct. 34 Eliz. Died 29 Aug. 33 Eli/, at Hellingly. 

Heir, grandson John A., junior, son and heir of Edward A., who 
died 29 March 34 Eliz., son and heir of J. A., aged 18 years and 
6 months and not more. 

Lands." Akehurst," " Stublelands," " Redvvall," " Springham," 
in Helliagly. 

10. 

EDWARD AKHURST. Vol. 243, No. 43. 
Lewes, 22 July 37 Eliz. Died 29 March 34 Eliz. 
Heir, sou John, aged 19 years 1 month, 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 6 

Lands." Akehurst," " Stumblelands," " Springham," and " Black- 
stock " in Hellingly sold by Eobert Sydney, Knt., to John Akehurst. 
father of E. A., and John A., son of E. A. John A., senior, died 
29 Aug. 33 Eliz. at Hellingly. 

11. 

THOMAS ALCHOBNE. Vol. 124, No. 162. 

Horsham, 21 Oct. 1 Elizabeth. Died (date illegible). 

Heir, son Nicholas Alchorne, age illegible. 

Lands. " Pyllyngworth " and " Gochers " settled, by indenture 
dated .... Hen. VIII., on himself for life, then on Nicholas his eldest 
son and his heirs, with remainder to Thomas Alchorne his younger 
son ; lands called " Twytmottes," " Wodeland," " Mabdyke," " Shep- 
perdiswysshe," " Lamballes," and 3 cottages in Ditchling. 

By will left to Margaret his wife 4 a year payable by son Nicho- 
las from lands in Street. 

12. 

JOHN ALCHOBNE, yeo. Vol. 314, No. 113. 

E. Gr., last Aug. 8 James Died 1 Jan. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 18 years 7 months at inq. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., called " Hodlyes alias Millplace " at 
Crowborough Common in Buxted and " Broadfields" in Burted, lands at 
" Hamsteds " in Haylsham and Arlington. 

13. 

NICHOLAS ALDEBTON of Eotherbridge in Petworth, yeo. Vol. 366, 
No. 167. 

Petworth, 20 Sept. 14 James. Died 1 July last. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 22 years 6 months and more. 

Lands. Henry Poling of Eotherbridge in Tillington, gent., 16 May 
37 Eliz., sold 2 messuages and lands in Tillington to said N. A., who 
married his daughter Mary. Henry Poling died 1 May 6 James. 
N. A. and Mary survived him, and by fine 7 James settled on them- 
selves for lives with remainder to their sons Henry, Nicholas, and 
Thomas, and their heirs male in succession. N. A. seized of " Haseling- 
borne Crofte" in Petworth. Mary his widow survives at Petworth. 

14. 

EDWABB ALFOBD, esq. Vol. 509, No. 17. 

Shoreham, 30 March 9 Charles. Died 1 .... (indistinct). 

Heir, son John, aged 3 . . years ab his father's death. 

Lands. Manor and advowson of Hamsey, 14 messuages in All- 
hallows Steyning in City of London, settled 2 May 8 Charles on 
marriage of his son John A. with Prances, daughter of Sir Thomas 
Byshopp, Bart., to provide jointure for Judith, wife of E. A., and 
afterwards for John Alford and his heirs male. E. A. made will 
2 Feb. 1630, and gave a portion to his daughter Elizabeth. 

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4 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

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15. 

JAMES ALFBET. Vol. 114, No. 47. 
Horsham, 24 July 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. 

To enquire if James Alfrey of E. G. is a lunatic and idiot. 
Jurors say he is not. 

16. 

HENBT ALFBEY. Vol. 112, No. 149. 

E. G., 6 Nov. 4 and 5 Philip and Mary. 

Jurors say Henry Alfrey is an idiot and of weak mind, and has 
been so from his birth. Seized of " le Gullege," " Cortesfield," " H eyth- 
land," and other tenements and lands in E. G. 

William Sone alias Swane of E. G. has taken rents and profits 
since death of Edward Alfrey, gent., father of H. A., by Edward's 
demise by deed dated 4 March 26 Hen. VIII. 

Edward Alfrey is son and heir of H. A., aged 10 years and more 
at Inq. 

17. 

HENBT ALFBET, idiot. Vol. 167, No. 92. 
E. G., 19 Aug. 16 Eliz. Died 6 March 16 Eliz. 
Heir, son Edward Alfrey, aged 27. 

Lands called " Gullege," " Wardleigh," " Frenchelond," " Heath- 
lond," and "Tilkerst" in E. G. 

18. 

JOHN ALFBET. Vol. 215, No. 273, and Vol. 267, No. 28. 

Uckfield, 3 (? blotted) Sept. 29 Eliz. Died 26 May 28 Eliz. 

Heir, son John, born 5 Aug. 28 Eliz. 

Lands. " Hatheroppes mead " in Hartfield, " Berryfield " in H., 
manor of "Bassetts" in H. Made will 25 May 1586. Had wife 
Agnes and daughters Elizabeth, Joan, and Agnes Alfrey. [Widow 
Agnes remarried Edward Duffield. Son and heir John Alfrey, now 
aged 17 years and 4 months. Vol. 281, No. 36, Lewes, 14 Dec. 
1 James.] 

19. 

THOMAS ALFBET, esq. Vol. 226, No. 152. 

Lewes, 6 Oct. 32 Eliz. Died at Battle 1 Jan. 32 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas Alfrey of Battle, aged 26 and more. 

Lands. Manor of "Saperton alias Saberton alias Runtington," 
lands in Heathfield, Hartfield, E. G., and Frarnfield, "Bromeham," 
" Clements," and an iron mill in Catsfield. 

20. 

WILLIAM ALFRET, gent. Vol. 233, No. 18. 
Horsham, 12 May 34 Eliz. Died 23 March 34 Eliz. at Hartfield. 
Heir, grandson John A., son and heir of John A., son and heir of 
W. A., aged 5 years and 26 days last of August last. 
Lands. " Highland " in Westham. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 5 

21. 

EDWARD ALFREY, junior, gent. Vol. 325, No. 179. 

Horsham, 14 March 8 James I. Died 27 March last. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 12 years .... (illegible) at Inq. 

Lands. " le Gullage" in E. G., parts of which known as " Court- 
field," " Wardleigh," " Frenchlands," also " Heathlauds," " Cockmans," 
and " Telkhurst " in E. G-. Edward A., father of E. A., granted " Telk- 
hurst" to Trustees on 18 Julv 2 and 3 James for self for life, and after 
for E. A. 

22. 

ANTHONY ALFREY, gent. Vol. 436, No. 16. 

E. G., 9 April 3 Charles. Died 13 June 2 Charles at Croydon. 

Coheirs, nieces Ann Alfrey, aged 21, and Susan Alfrey, aged 17, 
daughters and coheirs of William Alfrey, deceased, eldest brother of 
A. A. 

Lands. " Leighgreen," " Hockmans alias Bauglyes," " le 
Terme," " le Broome," and " le Legge," " Moyses " formerly " Gild- 
ridge," " Wrebwaies alias Greenes," " Mondescroft," " Wellcroft," 
" Norrisland," " Baisland," " Bordeaux " late " Frayer," formerly 
" Holstocks," "Hoodlyes field," " Coppersfield alias Colliers," " le 
Gretinge," " Collyers farm alias Calcutfield," and " Sedgiemeade," 
all in Withyham, also " Wickhams " and " Wallis " in Salehurst, 
and " Mountfield," " Lotmans," and " Greenecrof t " in Withyham. 
Made will 22 July 1625. Ex'trix to sell laud in Salehurst. Lands to 
wife Alice and to her heirs, then to heirs of myself and their heirs for 
ever. He died without issue at Croydon. Alice his widow and 
ex'trix still survives at Southwark. 

28. 

EDWARD ALFREY, gent. Vol. 700, No. 137. 

E. G., 9 Aug. 18 Charles. Died 21 April last. 

Heir, son Edward Alfrey, aged 30 years and 9 months. 

Lands. Messuage called " le Guilage " in E. G., and certain 
meadows and heredits. belonging called "Courtfield," "Wardleigh," and 
" Frenchlands," also " Heathelands," "Cockmans," and "Telkehurst" 
in E. G. 

24. 

JOHN ALLEN. Vol. 379, No. 74. 

E. G., 14 June 18 James. Died 16 July 16 James at E. G. 

Heir, son Edward Allen, aged 5 years and more. 

Lands. ' Polles tenement" and lands in E. G., " Asshurst Fields" 
in E. G., " Newcertlands " at Blackhatch in E. G., and other lands now 
in occupation of Judith Allen his widow, messuages, etc., called 
" Barkley " iu E. G., and " Mayescroft." 

25. 

JOHN ALMAN, gent. Vol. 231, No. 72. 

E. G., 17 Aug. 33 Eliz. Died 9 June 33 Eliz. without issue at 
Westham. 



6 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Heir, Thomas Meere of Shadokeshurst, co. Kent, gent., the son of 
Anne Parnell, sister of Thomas Alman, gent., father of aforesaid J. A., 
has taken rents and profits, aged 42 years at Inq. 

Lands. " Glyndley " and " Sheppham " in Westham, and lands, 
late of Elizabeth Alman, widow, deceased. 

EGBERT A'MiLL. See MILL. 

26. 

THOMAS AMORE. Vol. 730, No. 100. 
Lewes, 26 April 15 Charles. Died 29 March last. 
Heir, son John Amore, aged 6 years 20 days. 

Lands. "Vynes alias Sleedes" and "le Oldehouse laudes" in 
Barcombe. 

27. 

JEREMIAH ANESTON. Vol. 314, No. 110. 
Arundel, 5 April 8 James. Died 30 Nov. 6 James. 
Heir, only son Richard, aged 3 years 5 months 6 days. 
Lands in Hoo. 

28. 

NICHOLAS APSLEY, gent. Vol. 85, No. 32. 

Steyning, 14 Nov. 1 Edw. VI. Died 3 July last. 

Heir, son John, aged 13 years 10 months. 

Lands. Manor and advowson of Pulborough, "le Moote," and 
premises in P., and on 15 March 31 Hen. VIII. enfeoffed Trustees to 
use of himself, Mary his wife, and his heirs. Property also in Findon 
and Sullington, and manor of Walderton. 

Made will. Ex'ors to take profits until that person Q-od shall 
appoint to inherit my lands shall attain 21. 

29. 

WILLIAM APSLET, gent. Vol. 200, No. 45. 

Horsham, 24 May 25 Eliz. Died 9 Feb. 25 Eliz. 

Heir, son William Apsley, aged 24. 

Lands. Manors of Storghton alias Storrington and Codeham 
alias Coteham settled by him 1 April 23 Eliz. on himself for life, with 
remainder to Edward Apsley. John Apsley, father of W. A., seized 
of manors of Thakeham and Apslee and advowson of Thakeham 23 Oct. 
13 Eliz. settled them on himself, remainder to W. A., remainder to 
John Apsley, younger son of John Apsley. On 20 Nov. 25 Eliz. 
W. A. by deed declared that the feoffees should stand seized to his use 
for life, then for Edward A. his 2nd son, then for Wm. A. his son and 
heir, then for Henry A. his 3rd son, then for Anthony A. his 4th son, 
then for John A. his brother, then for Henry A. his brother, then for 
Anthony A. his brother, then for heirs of said W. A., with remainder 
to use of John Apsley, father of W. A. 

John Apsley, father of W. A., is still living at Stamerham. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 7 

30. 

JOHN APSLET, esq. Vol. 236, No. 47. 

Horsham, 22 Oct. 35 Eliz. Died last of April last at Pulborough. 
Heir, son George Apsley, aged 30 years and more. 
Lands. Manor and advowson of Pulborough, " le Mote" in Pul- 
borough, manor of Mundham alias Muutham iu Findon. 

31. 

GEOBGE APSLET, esq. Vol. 291, No. 65. 

E. G., 15 April 4 James. Died 12 Feb. last at Southwarke. 

Heir, son William, aged 12 (?) years and more. 

Lands. Two-thirds of manor of Pulborowe and of " le Mote," etc. 

32. 

EDWAED APSLEY, knt. Vol. 313, No. 72. 

E. Gr., 7 March 7 James. Died 4 Jan. 7 James. 

Heir, son Edward Apsley, Esq., aged 5 years 6 months 14 days 
at Inq. 

Lands. Manors of Storghton alias Storrington, Cowdoon alias 
Coodhon alias Colthoon, Thakeham, Laybrooke, and Apslee, advowson 
of Thakeham, rents in Billingshurst, Pulborough, manor of Penke- 
hurst, manor of Flatten in co. Huntingdon. By will dated 20 Dec. last 
lands in co. Hunts to be sold my brother Henry Apsley, Esq., deceased 
my three daughters. To wife Dame Elizabeth Apsley all my other 
manors for 21 years from Michaelmas last. I bequeath my manor of 
Thakeham for his Ma'ties use during the nonage of my heir for his 
Ma'ties 3rd part of my manors. 

33. 

WILLIAM APSLEY of Pulborough, esq. Vol. 392, No. 125. 

Horsham, 20 Aug. 20 James. Died 25 May 19 James, s.p.m. legit. 

Coheirs, cousins Anne, wife of Edward Grouch, gent., Mary 
Apsley, and Dorothy Apsley, viz., daughters and heirs of Charles 
Apsley, gent., deceased, brother of George Apsley, Esq., deceased, 
father oi : W. A., all of full age of 14 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Pulborough and otherlands in P. In Hilary term 
17 James settled these on himself and heirs male, then on Peter Apsley, 
1st son, remainder to Allan A., 2nd son, remainder to William A., 3rd son 
of Allan A., knt., then to use of John Apsley, one of brothers of 
W. A., remainder to Edward A., another brother of W. A., remainder to 
W. A.'s right heirs. Henry Shelley of Worninghurst granted an 
annual rent of 50 from the manor of Muntham to George Apsley, 
Esq., father of W. A., 10 April 41 Eliz. 

W. A. made will 24 May 19 James and left all his manors and 
lands in Sussex and Essex or elsewhere to Sir Allan Apsley, Knt., 
Leiftenant of His Majesty's Tower of London. 

34. 

THOMAS APTOTT. Vol. 227, No. 193. 

Lewes, 18 Jan. 32 Eliz. Died Monday 25 July 28 Eliz. 

Heir, son Nicholas, aged 13 and more. 



8 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. John Aptott, father of T. A., Hilary 5 Eliz., purchased 
lands in Ripe of Jonn Thatcher, gent f , made will 6 Feb. 14 Eliz. and 
left annuity to Agnes his wife. T. A.. 2 July 17 Eliz., settled them on 
Anne his wife, daughter of Nicholas Esson of Ripe, and after bought 
other lauds in Ripe. Made will 13 July 1586. Had five daughters, 
Margaret, Anne, Elizabeth, Mary, and Alice A. Agnes and Ann 
Aptott still living. 

ABIDGE. See RIDGE. 

35. 

Lady CATHEBINE ABUNDELL. Vol. 97, No. 102. 

Chichester, 3 Jan. 6 Edw. VI. Died (date interpolated and faint, 
illegible to me). 

Heir, brother Henry, Earl of Arundel. 

Lands. House of black friars of Arundel, with the bell tower 
(campanile) and churchyard (cimiterio). 

36. 

THOMAS, EARL OF ABUNDELL. Vol. 719, No. 180. 

Lewes, 29 Aug. 1654. 

To enquire of the lunacy of the Right Honorable Thomas, Earl of 
Arundell and Surrey. Jurors say he has been a lunatic since 30 July 
1653. 

Heir, brother Henry Howard, Esq., aged 26 or thereabouts at 
this Inq. 

Lands. Castle, Honor and Lordship of Arundell, etc., worth 150 
a year. 

37. 

LAUBENCB ASHBUBNHAM, esq. Vol. 145, No. 16. 

Lewes, 13 March 9 Eliz. Died 30 Oct. 7 Eliz. 

Heir, son Adam Ashburnham, aged 10 at Inq. 

Lands. Capital messuage and lands called " Broomhain," and other 
lands in Q-uestling. 

38. 

JOHN ASHBUBNHAM of Ashburnham, esq. Vol. 264, No. 131. 

Horsham, 15 Sep. 43 Eliz. Died 14 Oct. 33 Eliz. at Ashburnham. 

Heir, sou John Ashburnham, aged 20 years 10 months and 13 days 
at father's death, and now aged 21 years and more. 

Lands. Manor of Ashburnham and of Penborne alias Hurst 
formerly Shoyswells in Warbleton, Buxted and Ashburnham and of 
" Megham alias Willsham " in Warbleton and Ashburnham. 

39. 

ROBEBT ASKE, knt. Vol. 52, No. 66. 

E. G., 21 .... (illegible) 23 Hen. VIII. Died 26 March 
22 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John Aske, aged 30 years and more. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 9 

Lands. Held no lands of King, but seized of manor of Verdley 
with appurts. in Verdley, Fernehurst, Esburn, and Ford, manor of 
Dene with appurts. in Dene, Tullyton, and Petworth, manor of Sholve- 
strod, co. Sussex, and Statideue in E. G., and " Askes Saltmarsh" in 
Pevensey. 

40. 

THOMAS AVENELL, yeo. Vol. 739, No. 44. 

Petworth, 23 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 17 May last without issue. 

Heir, brother John Avenell, aged 13 years 4 months. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Westlands " in Petworth 
and " Greenhill," " Lower Ground," " Hilliefield," " Prathells " in 
Petworth. 

41. 

BICHAED Awcocz, yeo. Vol. 409, No. 149. 

E. G., 23 Sept. 4 James. Died 21 Aug. last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 20 years 5 months 14 days. 

Lands. " Egants " and " Eypars " in Matching, " Francis " in 
F., "Budletts," "Great Collingford " and "Little Collingford " in 
Fletching, land called " Peremans Wyste " in Fletching. 

42. 

THOMAS AWCOCK. Vol. 417, No. 1. 

Horsham, 27 Sept. 1 Chas. Died 8 April 18 James. 

Heir, son John, aged 3 months 18 days. 

Lands. Three acres called " Lockscroft " in Fletching, and of 
messuage and lands called " Colegodmans," " Littlewoods," "Lod- 
yons," " Longland," and " Ropyars " in Fletching, and a cottage called 
" Brookehouse " in Fletching. 

AWOOD, ATT WOOD. See also WOOD. 

43. 

THUESTAN ATT WOOD. Vol. 71, No. 142. 
Lewes, 12 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Died 2 May 31 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, son John At Wood, aged 26 at his death and now aged 30. 
Lands. Messuage and lands and 46s. rent in Kymer and Cokefeld. 

44. 

KICHAED AWOOD of Litlington, gent. Vol. 233, No. 58. 

Lewes, 7 April 34 Eliz. Died 2 Oct. 33 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas Awood, aged about 7 months. 

Lands. Messuage and land called " Gosleze " in Hurstpierpoint, 
also " Bridgers" and " Northbarne " in Hurstpierpoint, tenement and 
lands in Horsted Keynes and West Hothlighe, " Willards aliat 
Chantlerss " in West Hothlighe. 



10 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

45. 

STEPHEN AWOOD, late of Gowfold. Vol. 295, No. 27. 

E. GK, 11 Aug. 5 James. Died last October last. 

Heir, only daughter Joan, aged 1 year and 14 days at Inq. 

Lands. Tenement called 41 Sowthaynes " in Cowfold. Made will 
26 Oct. last and left to Joan Awood his daughter and her heirs, 
remainder to Richard Awood his brother and his heirs for ever. 

46. 

WILLIAM AYLINGE, yeo. Vol. 202, No. 170. 

Midhurst, 3 Sept. 25 Eliz. Died 18 March 1583. 

Coheirs, daughters Joan, wife of Edmund Grraye, aged 42, Eliza- 
beth, wife of John Locke, aged 30, Agnes Aylinge, aged 22, Elizabeth 
A., aged 18, and Nicholas Morie, son of Margaret Morie, deceased, 
daughter of said W. A., aged 6 years 8 months, and in the keeping of 
Thomas Morie, his father. 

Lands. Manor of Wolbeding, " Baldens " in W., " Hollystes " 
in Estborae (? Eseborne), other lands, etc., in G-raffam, Heyshott, 
Arundel, also lauds in Hampshire. Made will wife Elizabeth to 
daughter Joan Gfraye manor of Wolbeding and other properties to 
other daughters son John, deceased. 

47. 

ANTON r AYLINGE. Vol. 428, No. 36. 

Petworth, 14 Aug. 2 Charles. Died 1 June last. 

Heir, son Anthony Ayling, aged 29 and more. 

Lands. " Wodcott Land" and " Tothill alias Louglands " in 
Stedham, messuage and land in Lurgasale, " Wodcroft," " Mynsted 
Meades" in Stedham. Made will 19 April last. To youngest son 
John lands in Lurgasale with remainder to his right heirs, also to him 
Wodcroft and Mynsted Meades. 

48. 

ROBERT AYLWYN. Vol. 277, No. 273. 

Chichester, 27 Aug. 33 Eliz. Died 13 March last. 

Heir, sou William Aylwyn, aged 21 years 1 month and 9 days at 
Inq., and was married to Jane Frye, now his wife, 2 years and more 
before his father died. 

Lands. Messuage, garden, 16 acres land, and 6 acres pasture in 
Stoughton. 

49. 

JOHN AYLWIN. Vol. 233, No. 4, Vol. 251, No. 141, and Vol. 254, 
No. 90. 

Chichester, 4 April 34 Eliz. Died 12 Dec. 33 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 10 and more at Inq. ; born 25th March. 

Lands. ' Tye lands " in Woolbeding. Made will 12 Aug. 32 Eliz. 
two sons Thomas and John at 21. 



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50. 

WILLIAM AYLWIN. Vol. 232, No. 39. 

Chichester, 4 Aug. 34 Eliz. Died 3 June last. 

William A., son of W. A., died 7 Nov. 27 Eliz., s.p., and John 
Aylwin, eldest son of W. A., died 26 July 30 Eliz., s.p. male. 

Heirs, granddaughters. Eleanor A. is aged 6 years 11 months, 
Katherine A. is aged 6 years 10 months 1 week at Inq., and Barbara 
was aged 4 years on 6 July last. Daughters of John, eldest son of 
W. A. 

Lands. Manor of Treaford, co. Sussex, " Sextons " in Pagham, 
and by deed 11 July 26 Eliz. settled on himself and his wife Catherine, 
with remainder to his sons John, William, and Robert Aylwin and 
their heirs male in succession. By another deed, 9 April 31 Eliz., 
settled on Eobert Aylwin his only son, with remainder to Dorothy, 
Katherine, Margery, Joan, and Elizabeth, daughters of Katherine his 
late wife. 

51. 

THOMAS AYLEWYN. Vol. 243, No. 5. 
Arundel, 26 Aug. 37 Eliz. Died 3 Aug. 36 Eliz. 
Heir, son John, aged 19 years 11 months 20 days. 
Lands. " Staple Asshe " in Westdeane and " Colmans lands " 
in Heyshott. 

52. 

JOHN AYLWIN. Vol. 409, No. 60. 

Lewes, 15 Dec. 1 James. Died 24 Aug. 1 James. 

Heir, son John, aged 4 years 6 months. 

Lands. " Staple Ash " and lands in Westdeane. 

53. 

EOBEET AYLEWYNE, gent. Vol. 295, No. 75. 
E. G-., 2 July 5 James. Died 16 June last. 
Heir, son William, aged 13 years 3 months 5 days. 
Lands. Manor of Treat'orde, etc. Jane, widow of E. A., survives 
at Treat'ord. 

54. 

WILLIAM AYLEWIN, late of Stoughton, yeo. Vol. 411, No. 153. 
E. GK, 1 June 11 James. Died 1 May 9 James. 
Heir, son Eobert Aylewyn, aged 22 years 1 month and 6 days at 
Inq. 

Lands. Curtilage and 30 acres land in Stoughton. 

55. 

JOHN AYLWIN, gent. Vol. 350, No. 35. 

Horsham, 2 Nov. 13 James. Died 1 Aug. 13 James at Buckstedd. 

Heir, son John, aged 20 years 7 months and more. 

Lands in Binderton and at Nudigate and Abiuger, co. Surrey. 



12 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

56. 

THOMAS ATNSCOMBE of Mayfield, esq. Vol. 394, No. 80, and 
Vol. 392, No. 105. 

Petworth, 23 Sept. 20 James. Died 7 Dec. 18 James. 

Heir, son Thomas A., aged 14 years 4 months. 

Lands. Thomas Aynscombe, gent., deceased, father of T. A., 
seized of " Bessells Dunstones," etc., etc., in Mayfield. By deed 
26 June 44 Eliz. settled on himself and Mary his wife, with remainder 
to T. A. and Katherine Eversn'eld, daughter of Thos. Eversfield, gent., 
Thomas A., the father, and Mary died afterwards. T. A. made will 
2 May 18 James, 1620 Katherine his wife John A. his late uncle 
Thos. A. his son and heir under 21, remainder to John A., remainder 
to Thos. A., son of John A., brother of T. A., remainder to John, 2nd 
son of said John, remainder to Stephen, brother of T. A., remainder 
to Arthur A., brother of T. A., remainder to Henry A., brother of 
T. A. Mary daughter of T. A. 

57. 

ROBEBT BACHELEB. Vol. 67, No. 95. 

Robertsbridge, 17 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. Pied 20 Feb. 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John B., aged 22 years. 

Lands in Guestling, Sedlescomb, etc. 

58. 

THOMAS BATCHELOE of Etchingham, yeo. Vol. 282, No. 9. 
E. G., 28 Aug. 2 James. Died 19 Dec. 38 Eliz. 
Heir, son Edward, aged 18 and more. 
Lands. T. B. held no lands. 

59. 

EDWAED BAGHELOB. Vol. 289, No. 44. 
E. G., 29 July 3 James. Died 2 April last. 
Heir, brother Thomas, aged 15 years and more. 
Lands. Messuage, 2 barns, 1 mill called an Apple mill, " Keching- 
ham," and " Eastnewicke " in Echingham. 

60. 

RICHABD BAXSHILL. Vol. 232, No. 6. 

Horsham, J2 May 34 Eliz. Died 21 May 33 Eliz. at Ardingly. 
Heir, son Nicholas, aged 40 at Inq. 

Lands in Ardingly called " Ballesdye," " Sharpethore " in West 
Hoathly, and " Bedelland " in Ardiugly. 

61. 

JOHN BACKSHTTLL. Vol. 422, No. 29. 

Shoreham, 3 Nov. 1 Charles. Died 20 March 1624. 

Heir, son John, aged 30 and more. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 13 

Lands. Messuage and lands in "West Grinstead called "Kellers," 
" Fosters," " Tucknames " and " Tucknames brook," "Trendle Acre," 
" Figmeade alias Figlandmeade," garden, meadow, " Tytmose Acre" 
and " Tytmosefield," " Nunscroft," messuage and 40 acres called 
" Northwood " in Isle of Hayling, co. Southampton. 

62. 

JOHN BACKSHELL. Vol. 548, No. 45. 

E. GK, 30 March 13 Charles. Died 16 Feb. 1635. 

Heir, son John, aged 15 years 7 months. 

Lands. John Backshell, father of J. B., and J. B. seized of 
" Buryland " and " Laynes " in Hurstpierpoint, and on 13 Aug. 
14 James, on marriage between J. B. and Anne daughter of John 
Roberts of Cowfold, yeo., settled to use of himself for life, then on 
J. B. and Anne his wife and their heirs, afterwards died in lifetime of 
J. B. J. B. also seized of 2 acres in Beeding. Anne survives. 

HENRY BADMERINGE alias COOKE. See COOKE. 

63. 

JOHN BAKER, sen. Vol. 110, No. 154. 

Lewes, 12 June 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. Died 15 April 2 and 3 
Philip and Mary. 

Heir, son John Baker, now tenant by virtue of feoffmeut, aged 
30 years and more at Inq. 

Lands. Manor of Isenhurst in Mayfield and "Waldron, water- 
mill and lands in Mayfield, and on 8 July 1 Edw. VI. conveyed to 
John Baker his second son (William B. his son and heir then being 
alive) the manor of Isenhurst (reserving a certain portion to 
John Howell of Mayfield, yeoman), with remainder to Robert B.. 
another son of John B. the father, remainder to his right heirs. 

64. 

JOHN BAKER, yeo. Vol. 214, No. 230. 

Uckfield, 4 April 29 Eliz. Died 12 Feb. 29 Eliz. 

Heir, son Michael B., aged 23 and more on 30 Jan. last. 

Lands. Part of manor of Isonhurst and of manor of Bunge- 
hurst in Mayfield and Heathfield, " Walwyn " in Heathfield, " Cots- 
ford " in ditto, "Thrittys" in Pevensey, and manor of "Totheyse" 
in Bucksted, land in Battle. On 11 Sept. 26 Eliz. made will at 
Battle and left premises in B. to Elizabeth his wife (now living) for 
life, remainder to Thos. B. his youngest son, also left rents of his 
manors to wife Elizabeth till Michael B. his eldest son was 23. 

65. 

MICHAEL BAKER of Battle, gent. Vol. 242, No. 69. 
Horsham, 11 June 37 Eliz. Died 26 March 37 Eliz. at Battle. 
Heir, eldest son John, aged 5 on 4 Jan. last. 



14 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. Manor of Isonhurst in Mayfield and Waldron with 
certain specified exceptions, watermill in Mayfield, and manor of 
Bunghurst in Mayfield, " Cotteford " in Heathfield. Also with 
his wife Jane seized of premises in Battle by feoff rnent of Edward 
Farmer. Premises in Battle descend and should descend by custom 
of Borough English to Thomas Baker, youngest son of Michael Baker, 
after the death of Jane. 

66. 

EGBERT BAKES. Vol. 247, No. 76, and Vol. 253, No. 91. 

E. G., 14 July 38 Eliz. Died 8 June 27 Eliz. at Withyham. 

Heir, son John, aged 14 years and 11 months. 

Lands. Manor of Ingeham alias Engehaui in Kent, "Ham- 
sell Furnace" and lands in Eotherfield, "Walhams," " Philpots," 
and " Gilderidge " in Withyham, and lands in Winchelsea. Made 
will 24 May 27 Eliz. sons John, Thomas, and Eobert. 

67. 

JOHN BAKER of Ecclesden alias Eglesden. Vol. 325, No. 182. 

Petworth, 19 July 9 James. Died 14 May last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 11 years. 

Lands. Manor of Eglesden in West Angmering, site of manor 
of Eustington, manors of Wyke in Lymister and Westpreston, 
and by deed 23 Dec. 3 James sold some to John Chapman of 
Chichester, merchant, for 300. Thomas Baker, eldest son, John 
Baker, second son, Eichard Baker, youngest son. On 1 May 9 James 
made will. Wife Elizabeth now living. 

68. 

ABRAHAM BAKER. Vol. 389, No. 90. 

Horsham, 9 Aug. 19 James. Died 16 April 18 James at Crow- 
hurst. 

Heir, son Eichard, aged 11 years and more. 

Lands. Marshlands in Pevensey, Herstmonceux and Manxi, 
" Fertlands alias Fatlands " in Catsfield, " Dimsland " in Hailsham. By 
deed 10 June 15 James settled on himself and Alice his wife for lives, 
remainder heirs male. They had issue John Baker, now living at 
Hollington. A. B. on 16 April 1620 made will, left to son John 
annuity of 10 from Marshlands. 

69. 

PHISCILLA BAKER. Vol. 567, No. 94. 

E. G., 7 Nov. 14 Charles. 

Jurors say P. B. is a lunatic. Daughter of Thomas Baker of 
Battle, gent., seized of " Whites " and " Marlings " in Battle and 
"Sevenoaks" in Bucksted, "Barretts Amners," "Weanyers" in 
Battle, etc. T. B. made will 5 Aug. last, and made nephew Thomas 
Baker ex'or to take care of daughter Prise-ilia, who is to live with 
cosin John Baker of Gildridge in Withyham, and died 28 Aug. last. 



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70. 

JOHN BAKEK, esq. Vol. 596, No. 135. 

Writ dated 26 Nov. 14 (Charles). Fragment only. Died 20 Sept. 
(14 Charles missing). 

Heir, son . . . ., aged 40 years. (William ; see Inq. of son John, 
No. 73.) 

Lands. " Gildridge " in Withyham and Eotherfield, " Grene- 
bremes," "Lowbremes," "le Hurst," " Waleham," " Harmermeades," 
" Home . . . .," a forge, " Hamsell " and " Hamsell furnace," manor of 
Erant, etc., lands in Kent, Bright ling, Sussex. Settled some of the 
lands on marriage of his 2nd son John B. with Elizabeth, one of the 
daughters of John Porter, esq. Will dated last Aug. 14 Chas. 
Wife Joan, sons Thomas B., George B., Robert B. 

71. 

THOMAS BAKER, gent. Vol. 595, No. 97. 

E. G., 27 May 16 Chas. Died 3rd of this instant May. 

Heir, only sou John, aged 9 years 10 months. 

Lands. Capital messuage of " Ecclesdon alias Eglesdon " and 
demesne lands of the manor of E., containing 200 acres in West- 
angmering, " Bellinghams piece," " Broomehurst " in Lymister, and 
manor of Wyke in Lymister. 

72. 

GILES BAKEB. Vol. 593; No. 40, and Vol. 606, No. 72. 

E. G., 27 Aug. 16 Chas. Died 18 April 1637. 

Heir, son Giles, aged 10 years 3 months 21 days. 

Lands. " Caskins " or " Cassyme " tenement in Ewhurst, " Quid- 
dleswell " in Hoo, " Launcefords alias Lamfords " and 5 acres, 
" Tannhousefield " and " Tanhouse Yard " in Nendfield, " the Thome- 
lands " in Nendfield, and on 10 April 1637 made will my said three 
daughters to Gyles my son "Caslins" in Ewhurst to Eichard my 
son " Lunceforth alias Lamfords " in Nendfield and " Tanhousefield " 
to Edward my son " Quiddleswell " in Hoo. Friends Edward Muddle, 
clerk, Thomas Sharpe, and Elizabeth my wife, overseers. 

73. 

JOHN BAKEB, esq. Vol. 775, No. 37. 

Mayfield, 25 Sept. 21 Charles. Died 18 Dec. last at Withyham. 

Heir, eldest son John, aged 13 years 11 months 9 days. 

Lands. John Baker, esq., father of J. B., was seized of " Gildridge" 
and other lands in Withyham and Botherfield, manor and farms of 
" Byrchden alias Byrchenden," " Ossnersh " and " Colbrands " in 
E. and W., " Wigsells " in E., and settled on marriage of J. B. his son 
and Elizabeth one of the daughters of John Porter, esq. Levied a fine 
Trinity 1 Charles. John Baker, sen., also left to J. B. lands in 
Eomney Marsh, and died at Withyham 20 Sept. 14 Charles. William 
Baker was then eldest son and heir and is still living. J. B. and 
Elizabeth his wife had issue John Baker, eldest son, and other sons 



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Richard, Robert, George. Thomas, and Benjamin. Elizabeth died at 
Withyham 20 Sept. 16 Charles. J. B. made' will 6 Nov. last. 

74. 

THOMAS BALLAED. Vol. 417, NOP. 36 and 38, and Vol. 418, 
No. 138. 

Petworth, 6 April 1 Charles. Died 9 Feb. 21 James at Wadhurst. 

Heir, son Thomas Ballard, aged 20 years 8 months 6 days. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Dyslies," " Shephards Wall," 
and Burwell in Wadhurst and Lamberhurst, a watermill, lands called 
" Peparmill " and "Grublands" in Lamberhurst, settled 18 Sept. 
8 James on marriage with Mary, one of the daughters of Thomas 
Leveson, esq.. deceased, as her jointure. T. B. also seized of capital 
messuage and lands in Wadhnrst called " Pell," also " Lalters," 
"Holies," "Haylocks," " Holewell," "Woodland," " Brodefield 
"Wood," "Carters," "Rownden," and other lands in W. Lands in 
Gowdhurst, Kent. Made will 14 Dec. 1622 wife Mary son 
Thomas at 24 younger sons Richard and William Ballard 2 daughters 
Martha and Elizabeth. 

75. 

THOMAS BANKS alias BENCKES of London, grocer. Vol. 233, 
No. 61. 

Horsham, 12 May 34 Eliz. Died 22 Oct. 29 Eliz. 

Heir, son Samuel, aged 4 years 10 months and 6 days at Inq. 

Lands. " Tickeridge " in West Hoathly and "Shelves alias 
Medway alias John at the Medway " in E. G. Made will giving to 
wife Hanna until son Samuel is 21, and if Samuel die then till 
daughter Unica is 21, remainder to wife Hanna for life, remainder to 
sister Phebe for life, remainder to cousin Bartholomew B., remainder 
to John Bancks, now or late of Hoadley. 

76. 

EDWARD BANNYSTER, gent. Vol. 292, No. 177. 

E. G., 7 Nov. 4 James. Died 19 Sept. last. 

Heir, son Edward Bannyster, esq., aged 16 years 9 months at Inq. 

Lands. Manors of Ids worth and Bannysters Court, co. South- 
ampton, lands in T. of W., manor of Horton Mabank aUas Horton 
Horsey and one-third part of manor of Eustington, lands in Compton, 
Stoughton, Tritton, Chithurst, messuage in Blackfriars. On 27 March 
1600 made will as of Idsworth, since of Putney and now of Black- 
friars, esq. Wife Mary, daughter Mary, son Edward. " There has 
been unkindness between me and the Bellinghatns, my nearest kins- 
men, viz., the issue of Barbara Bannyster, my father's sister." If 
children die s.p. property to Christopher Bannyster of Grayes Inn, 
remainder to Bannyster Ernley, son of Thomas Ernly , which Thos. 
was son of John Ernly of Canning, co. Wilts, remainder to my 
brother Robert Wintersale. Bannysters Court then to go to -my 
coozen Thomas Awdley, my cosen John Drurye, and Mr. Bartholomew 
Tounge. 



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77. 

JOHN BANNASTEE, yeo. Vol. 663, No. 169. 
E. G., 15 April 14 James. Died 12 Feb. 13 James. 
Heir, son J ohn Bannaster, aged 22 and more. 
Lands. " Collingodmans," " Birges," " Bastians," " Leggesland?" 
" Leggeswood," " Simnetts," and " Shipley Meade " in Fletching. 

78. 

MAEY BAEANTYNE, daughter and heir of Francis Barantyne, esq. 
Vol. 132, No. 59. 

Lewes, 12 Jan. 4 Eliz. 

The Jurors say that M. B. is an idiot of weak mind, and has been 
so from her birth, so that she cannot manage her own affairs. 

79. 

JOHN BABHAM, gent. Vol. 593, No. 16. 

Lewes, 25 July 16 Chas. Died 13 Feb. last at Wadhurst. 

Heir, son Stephen, aged 25 and more. 

Lands. Messuage called " Shoesmiths alias Ould Shoesmiths," 
2 water mills, " Great Baredge," the mill pond in Wadhurst, and 
barn and lands in "Wadhurst, late William Huggetts, and land 
bought of Edmund Shepperd, formerly Thomas Bodies, " Barnefield " 
and "Honleighs" in Wadhurst, iron mill called "Verredge," water 
mill called " Barkely mill," " Verredge down " in Frant, also " Wyses" 
and " Brooklands " in Frant, " Sewerbridle Wood alias Sewers 
Wood," " Nobles Gate " in Frant, bought of John Ellis. Made will, 
which is quoted. 

80. 

THOMAS BABNABD of Goring, yeo. Vol. 213, No. 137. 
Arundel, 27 Feb. 29 Eliz. Died last Feb. 28 Eliz. 
Heir, son John, aged 28 and more. 

Lands. " Whittes," " Clerkes," and " Stanlies," and other lands 
in Goring. 

81. 

JOHN BAENAED of Goring, yeo. Vol. 326, No. 79. 

E. G., 16 March 9 James. Died 26 Nov. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 19 years 8 months. 

Lands. Messuage and lands in Goring called " Whites," by deed 
17 Oct. 1609 granted same to John Barnard his son and Mary his 
wife and their heirs male, remainder to himself and his heirs. 
Messuage and lands called " Stanleyes " in Goring, and by deed 
17 Oct. 7 James granted to trustees to use of himself for life, then 
for use of John B., his eldest son, and his heirs male, remainder to 
himself J. B. John Barnard the son on 20 Sept. 7 James married 
the said Mary, daughter of John Seldeii, according to the ecclesiastical 
laws of this kingdom. 

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82. 

JOHN BABNABD. Vol. 403, No. 35. 
Petworth, 14 Jan. 22 Jaines. Died 1 Oct. last. 
Heir, son John B., aged 14 years 6 days. 
Lands. Messuage and 30 acres in Goring. 

83. 

JOHN BABNABD. Vol. 470, No. 32. 
Shoreham, 6 Sept. 7 Charles. Died 26 June last. 
Heir, son John, aged 21 and more. 

Lands. " Whites " in Tarring and lands in Goring. Elizabeth 
his widow survives. 

84. 

JOHN BABNABD. Vol. 622, No. 28. 

Horsham, 17 Oct. 20 Charles. Died 14 May 19 Charles. 

Heir, son John, aged 3 years. 

Lands. " "Whites," " Stanleys," and " Shreeches," and lands in 
Goring which he bought of Edward Bernard by deed 6 May 12 Charles. 
So seized by deed 27 Feb. 14 Chas., in consideration of marriage 
between himself and Avice Wessencrofte enfeoffed John Geering of 
Ashurst, yeo., and John Cooke of Blewhouse in Goring to uses. 
Avice survives. 

85. 

JOHN BABNABD, yeo. Vol. 775, No. 35. 

Petworth, 28 July 21 Charles. Died 20 Feb. 19 Chas. 

Heir, only daughter Susanna, aged on last of May last 3 years. 

Land. Messuage and land in Goring by deed 13 Aug. 13 Chas. 
between himself and George Cooke and John Cooke, only son of 
George, in consideration of marriage between himself and Mary 
Cooke, daughter of George, settled to self, longer liver, heirs, and on 
1 Sept. 13 Charles they were married. Mary survives. 

86. 

STEPHEN BABNHAM, esq. Vol. 301, No. 81. 

Horsham, 15 March 5 James. Died 1 Jan. 5 James at Southover, 
near Lewes. 

Heir, son Martin Barnham, esq., aged 22 and more. 

Lands. Site of priory of " Beigham," manor of Ochley, and 
on 8 Jan. 3 James, in consideration of marriage then had between 
Martin B., son and heir of S. B., and Jane, daughter of Walter 
Dobell, settled on them and their heirs, and 7 Feb. 1606 settled 
London property on his wife Anne for life, then on his right heirs. 
Widow Anne survives at Southover. 

87. 

MABTIN BABNHAM, esq. Vol. 390, No. 152. 
Petworth, 22 March 18 James. Died last Sept. last in St. Mil- 
dred's, London. 



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Coheirs, Ursula wife of Eobert Swift, Knt., sister of M. B., 
Elizabeth Dobell, sister of M- B., aged 29, and Juliana Mason, niece. 

Lands. Manor of Beigham alias Bayham in Frant and Lamber- 
hurst, 10 messuages in St. Mary Colechurch, St. Olave in Old Jewry, 
St. Mildred the Virgin in the Poultry. By deed 6 March 14 James 
settled on sister Elizabeth, wife of Walter Dobell, the younger, of 
Palmer, gent. Jane B. his wife, Juliana Mason his niece, daughter of 
Alice Mason, his sister, survive. 



JOHN BABBENDEN. Vol. 238, No. 50. 

E. G., 5 Nov. 36 Eliz. Died 6 Aug. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 33 years. 

Lands. " Browses " in Plompton. By deed dated 6 Sept. 25 Eliz. 
settled on himself for life and afterwards on John his son and his 
heirs male by Anne, daughter of John Grynyere, whom he intended 
to marry, remainder to his heirs. 

89. 

WILLIAM BAETLOTT, esq. Vol. 264, No. 151. 

Horsham, 15 Sept. 43 Eliz. Died 11 June last. 

Heir, grandson Richard Bartlott, son and heir of Eobert B., 
deceased, son and heir of W. B., aged 38 years 8 March last. 

Lands. Seized (1) to self and heirs, (2) to Thos. B. of Okehurst 
and heirs, (3) to Edw. B. and heirs, (4) to Thos. B. of Le Manwood, 
remainder to right heirs of W. B., of manor of Stopham. On 27 Feb. 
26 Eliz. deed of marriage between Richard B., cosen and heir of said 
W. B., and Mary Covert, sister of Walter C. of Slaugham. John B., 
brother of Richard, Henry B., another brother of Richard. 27 Feb. 
26 Eliz. Richard B. and Mary C. married at Slaugham. Anne, widow 
of W. B., survives at Stopham. 

90. 

WALTER BAETLOTT, esq. Vol. 607, No. 95. 

E. &., 23 March 16 Chas. Died 1 Jan. last. 

Coheirs, daughters Frances, aged 30, wife of John Lawrence, 
clerk, Mary, aged 29, wife of Henry Bartlett, esq., Anne B., aged 26 
and more, Jane B., aged 23 and more, Elizabeth B., aged 20 and more, 
and Barbara B., aged 18 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Warnham alias Denne- in Warnham, Ford, 
Stopham, advowson of Stopham, etc. 

91. 

JOHN BAEWICKE, gent. Vol. 313, No. 31. 
E. G., 6 Oct. 8 James. Died 1 April last. 
Heir, brother Curtis Barwicke, aged 26 and more. 
Lands. Rectory of Compton. 

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92. 

ROGER BARWICK, gent. Vol. 594, No. 42. 

Petworth, 25 Aug. 16 Charles. Died 22 June last. 

Heir, eldest son Richard, aged 20 years 2 months. 

Lands in Westmarden, Rectory of Upmarden. On 6 June 
16 Charles made John Apsley of Pulborough, esq., Curtis Barwick of 
Westmarden, gent., and Thomas Barnard of Petworth, gent., trustees 
for 99 years to raise portions for daughters. 

93. 

JOHN BAYLY. Vol. 739, No. 51. 

Lewes, 21 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 5 Feb. 12 Charles. 

Heir. (Jury do not know name or age of heir.) 

Lands. " Heggeland alias Hedgeland " in Chayly. By will dated 

7 Nov. 1636 left premises to Alice his wife for life, and after to 
Joseph Bayly his brother and his heirs. 

94. 

JOHN BEARD (BERD) of Edburton (Aberton). Vol. 75, No. 63. 
Petworth, 23 Sept. (37 ?) Hen. VIII. Died 19 Sept. 37 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, son John Beard, aged 7 years at his death, and now aged 

8 and more but not 9. 

Lands. " Berrey lands " in Hurstpierpoint, " Swaynes " in Wood- 
mancote, "Stones," "Adcocks," and "Whytebroke" in Henfield, 
which he held with remainder to his sons John B., Richard B., and 
Thomas B., remainder to his daughters Mary B., Dorothy B., and 
Margaret B. Also with Elizabeth his wife seized of " Brasyers " and 
" Gastons" in Edburton, " Winckley" in "Woreham, parish of Henfield, 
" Villands " and " Gardeners " in Henfield, with same remainders 
after their deaths. Elizabeth survives at Edburtou. 

95. 

THOMAS BEARD. Vol. 291, No. 106. 
E. G., 15 April 4 James. Died 21 Sept. 41 Eliz. 
Heir, only son Thomas, aged 10, 

Lands. Manor of Wykensand in "Woodmancoate, Alborne, and 
Edburton, lands in W. called " Capforth." 

96. 

WILLIAM, VISCOUNT BEAUMONT, Lord of Bardolff. Vol. 24, 
No. 79. 

Lewes, 5 Oct. 1 Hen. VIII. Died 19 Dec. 23 Hen. VII. 

Heirs, great-nephews Brian Stapleton, knt., son of Joan, daughter 
of Joan, late sister of said Viscount, aged 25 at Inq., and John Noires, 
esq., son of Fredeswide, another daughter of Joan the sister, aged 
19 years and more. Francis Lovell, son of Joan, the sister, was heir 
but was attainted of high treason, 



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Lands. Said Viscount on 24 April 1 Hen. VII. married at 
Westminster a certain Elizabeth Scrope, now wife of John Veer, 
Earl of Oxford, and was seized of manors of Plompton, Buskeyage, 
Pedynghoe, Barcombe, Fletching, and Byrlinge, and died without issue. 

97. 

HEJTBY BELKNAP, esq. Vol. 4, No. 23. 
Inquisition 10 Nov. 4 Hen. VII. Died 20 June 3 Hen. VII. 
Heir, son Edward B., aged 17. 

Lands. Manor of Knelle in Beckle and Pesemarsh, wife Margaret 
has it for life. 

98. 

EDWAED BELKNAPP, knt. Vol. 37, No. 133. 

Lewes, (5 ?) Oct. 13 Hen. VIII. Died 25 March 11 Hen. VIII. 

Coheirs, sisters Ann, wife of Robert Wotton, knt., Mary, wife of 
G-erard Bennett, aged 43, Alice, wife of William Shelley, aged 40 and 
more, and great-nephew Anthony Coke, esq., son of John, son of 
Elizabeth, another sister of E. B., aged 16 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Knelle. Made will wife Lady Alice B., 
brother William Shelley and my sister his wife, niece Beatrix Ranson. 
Had manors of Walston and Marston, co. Warwick. Inherited 
manor of Knelle as son and heir of Henry B., who by will left it to 
Margaret, his widow, for her life. 

99. 

WILLIAM BELLHOUSE, esq. Vol. 411, No. 162, and Vol. 338, 
Nos. 36 and 45. 

E. G., 6 Oct. 10 James. Died 30 May 1597 at West Hoathly. 

Heir, daughter Margaret, now wife of Alan Carr, Clerk, aged 18 
and more at Inq. 

Lands. " Gravety alias Moate House " in West Hoathly, 
" Leames," " Great Meadow," and other meadows, " Wheatefield," 
" le Moate Wood," " East longcrof t," " West longcroft," " Heathe- 
field," " Moate greatfield," " Watchcroft " in West Hoathly. 

100. 

THOMAS BELLIKGHAM. Vol. 6, No. 53. 

Inquisition 20 Nov. 6 Hen. VII. Died on the Feast of the 
Annunciation last. 

Heir, son Ralph B., aged 20 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Yapton, moiety of manor of Iryngeham in 
Old Shoreham, and messuage in Petworth, co. Sussex. 

101. 

RALPH BELYNGHAM, esq. Vol. 53, No. 34. 

Petworth, 9 Oct. 24 Hen. VIII. Died 2 March 23 Hen. VIII. 



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Heir, son John B., aged 30 years and more. 

Lands. Manor of Grensted, half manor of Thakeham, lands in 
Yapton and Pollyng (called " Harinare " and " Lyonsfeld "), Bargham 
and Haine, Arundel, Littlehampton, Lymester, Off ham, Warnham, 
and Rudgewick. On 26 Jan. 7 Hen. VIII. settled manor of Charleston 
and Tisteds on himself for life, then on John his son and Anne, wife 
of said John, and their heirs, remainder to his heirs. Made will 
22 April 16 Hen. VIII. Blanche my wife shall have 20 a yere 
above all charges according to feoffment made to her as Blanche 
Vaghne. Lands to John and his heirs male, remainder to William 
my son and heirs, remainder to John Belyngham, son and heir of 
Edward B., remainder to Edward B., brother of same John, remainder 
to my brother Eichard B. and his heirs for ever. 

102. 

JOHN BELLINGHAM of Lymester. Vol. 67, No. 97, and Vol. 69, 
No. 109. 

Chichester, 11 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 10 Sept. 34 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Ralph Bellingham, aged 18 years and more. 

Lands. A certain Ralph Bellingham was seized of " Charleston " 
and " Mysteds " in West Firle, and of manor of Coverts in Yapton, 
and lands in Poling, and settled 18 Oct. 21 Hen. VII. to use of himself, 
Agnes his wife, and their heirs. They had issue J. B., their son and 
heir, and died. J. B. also had lands in Laughton, Ripe, West 
Grinstead, Littlehampton, and Lymester, and half manor of Thakeham 
to himself and heirs, with remainder to Edward Bellingham, one of 
the brothers of J. B., and his heirs, remainder to Richard B., one of 
the brothers of said Ralph B., and heirs, remainder to Joan Sherley, 
wife of Ralph S. and sister of J. B., and heirs, remainder to right heirs 
of Thomas Bellingham, (? grandfather, indistinct) of said J. B. 

103. 

JOHN BELLINGHAM of Little Horsted, gent. Vol. 69, No. 134. 

Steyning, 7 Nov. 35 Hen. VIII. Died 1 Nov. 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John, aged 4 years and more. 

Lands. Jurors say Richard Shelley, Nicholas G-aynesford, and 
George Shelley were seized of manor of Irringham Walkested in Old 
Shoreham, and demised to said J. B. and a certain Joan Delve, 
daughter of John Delve, whom J. B. intended to marry, and to John 
Thatcher, Edward Banaster, John Everarde, gent., Thos. Delve of 
Uckfield, yeo., to selves and heirs, remainder to heirs of Edward B., 
father of J. B., remainder to Richard, brother of aforesaid Edward, 
remainder to John B. of Lymester, s. and h. of Ralph B., brother of 
aforesaid Richard, remainder to Joan Sherley, daughter of Thos. B., 
remainder to right heirs of Thos. B., and after John married said Joan 
and had issue John B. Joan survives. James Gage, husband of said 
Joan, and said Joan have taken rents and profits. J. B. also seized of 
" Haselholt " in Southwick. 



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104. 

JOHN BELYNGHAM, gent. Vol. 110, No. 158. 
Lewes, 12 June 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. 

To prove the age of J. B., gent., cousin and heir of Sir Edward 
Belyngham, knt. Jurors say he was 20 on last June last. 

105. 

JOHN BELLINGHAM, esq. Vol. 183, No. 81. 

Lewes, 24 April 20 Eliz. Died 6 Nov. last. 

Heir, son John Bellingham, aged 13 years 23 weeks at Inq. 

Lands. Manors of Eringham alias Eringham Walsted in Old 
Shoreham and Beeding settled on his wife Ann for life by deed of 
16 Nov. 2 Eliz. Also rnauor of Eringham Breuse in Old Shoreham 
and New Shoreham, capital messuage called " Hydeane " in Washing- 
ton. Made will 8 Peb. 18 Eliz. wife Anne John Bellingham, my 
son and heir apparent my four youngest children. Ann, his widow, 
is still living. 

106. 

RICHAED BELLINGHAM, esq. Vol. 238, No. 56. 

E. G., 5 Nov. 36 Eliz. Died 20 Dec. 85 Eliz. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 25 and more. 

Lands. Manors and advowsons of Hangleton and Newtimber, 
manor of Truleigh. Lands in Bexley, Hove, Pevensey, and Warning- 
lid, Slaugham, advowson of Blatchington. Jurors say said Richard 
and Mary his wife were seized for themselves and their heirs male, 
remainder to Edward B., father of R. B., remainder to Edward B., 
gent., brother of Edward the father, remainder to Henry B., gent., 
remainder to Richard B., gent., remainder to Thomas B., gent. 

107. 

JOHN BELLINGHAM, esq. Vol. 344, No. 68. 

Stopham, 20 Sept. 12 James. Died 1 Dec. last. 

Heir, son Richard Bellingham, aged 24 years or thereabouts. 

Lands. Manor of Erringham alias Erringham Walsted, capital 
messuage and dovecot and lands in Old Shoreham and Beeding, and 
" Walsteeds " in Old Shoreham, and manor of Erringham Brewes 
alias Breuse, and lands in Old Shoreham and New Shoreham. 

108. 

RICHAED BELLINGHAM, esq. Vol. 425, No. 79. 

Shoreham, 7 Sept. 2 Chas. Died 20 Aug. 1 Chas. 

Heir, son Thomas B., aged 13 years and more. 

Lands. Manors of Erringham alias Erringham Walsted and of 
Erringham Brewes alias E. Brewse, lands, etc. , called " Walsteds " in 
Old Shoreham, and by deed 18 March 11 James enfeoffed Edward 






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Bellingham, knt., Henry Shelley, Thomas Bowyer, and John Birch, 
esqs., as trustees for himself for life, then to use of Jane B., then 
his wife, 1st and 2nd sons heirs male, remainder over. 

109. 

EDWABD BELLINGHAM, knt. Vol. 566, No. 36. 

Arundel, 7 May 14 Charles. Died 24 Jan. 12 Charles at New 
Shoreham. 

Heir, Cecilia West, wife of Thomas West, is cousin and heir (viz., 
daughter and heir of Kichard Bellingham, deceased, brother of Edward 
B., esq., deceased, father of Sir E. B.), aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Moiety of manor of Ovingdeane and also of advowson, 
lands in E. Aldrington, Portslade, and Hangleton, one-eighth of Castle 
and Barony of Lewes and manors of Houndean, Halleigh, le Court 
Bushes, Cuckfield, and manors of Woodmancoate and Morley Lay lands 
in Bolney, lands in Henfield, Cowfold, and Shermanbury. 

110. 

EDWABD BELSON. Vol. 97, No. 118. 
Lewes, 8 June 6 Edw. VI. 
Is an idiot and of weak mind since his birth. 

Coheirs, sisters Alice, aged 35, wife of John Saunders, and Marian, 
aged 34, wife of John Horscrofte. 

Lands in Weke, Littlehampton, and Lymster. 

111. 

WILLIAM BENGE of Wadhurst, yeo. Vol. 379, No. 53. 

E. G., 11 Aug. 18 James. Died 4 Oct. 17 James at Wadhurst. 

Heir, only son Edward, aged 28 years and more. 

Lands. Two messuages and lands near Corsley Street in 
Wadhurst, and one other messuage and lands called " Tokinghurst " 
in W., and tithes of Tokinghurst, " Catts " in Eotherfield, and 
other lands in Wadhurst. 

112. 

THOMAS BENETT of Chanckton, yeo. Vol. 75, No. 66. 

Petworth, 25 Oct. 38 Hen. VIII. Died 14 Oct. (36 or 37) 
Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John Benett, aged 50. 

Lands. " Sewell" in Ashington and Washington, " Cotmede " in 
Ashington, "Palmers" in Goring, also property formerly " Michel- 
bornes " in Ashington settled on himself and Julian his wife for life, 
she survives, " Fawkners " and " Watermans " in Findon, " Oxborne " 
in Siddlesham, " Chapmans " in Ashington, and other lands settled on 
himself for life, with remainder to John Benett his son and heir, 
remainder to Thomas Benett, eldest son of John B., and Agnes his 
wife by deed of 27 Aug. 32 Hen. VIII. 



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113. 

THOMAS BENNETT. Vol. 233, No. 63, and Vol. 267, No. 82. 

Horsham, 1 July 36 Eliz. Died 30 June 33 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas B., aged 3 years. (Agnes, the widow, has 
jointure, and has remarried Robert Dendye.) 

Lands. " Gyldenhurst " in Pulborough and lands (named) in 
Wisborough Green, " Wales " in Shepley. 

114. 

THOMAS BENNETT. Vol. 289, No. 66. 

E. G., 29 July 3 James. Died 22 April last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and half an acre in Bynsted, " Diggles " in 
Billingshurst, meadow near Offam Hill in Southstoke, several 
messuages in Arundel, lands in Little Hampton and Weeke. 

115. 

THOMAS BENNETT. Vol. 304, No. 26. 

Horsham, 5 March 5 James. 

Jurors say that Thomas Bennett, son and heir of Thomas Bennett, 
deceased, was baptized at Shipley 24 July 1586, and was 21 on 24 July 
last. 

116. 

THOMAS BENNETT, gent. Vol. 314, No. 150. 
Horsham, 20 Aug. 8 James. Died 11 July last but one. 
Heir, (?) son William, age not given. 

Lands. Houses, etc., in Aruudel. Made will and left to wife 
Mary, who died 26 Sept. last, and son William. 

117. 

PHILIP BENNETT. Vol. 398, No. 100. 

Petworth, 6 June 21 James. Died 30 March last before 7 a.m. of 
that day at Wotton. 

Heir, son Philip, aged 15 years 5 months 5 days. 

Lands. Philip Bennett, sen., father of P. B., was seized of 
" Hawkensopers " in Ashurst, " Pawkners " and " Sywars " in parishes 
of Wiston, Ashurst, and Buncton, and on 11 Oct. 1616 made will and 
left premises to P. B. for 12 years, and after his death or termination 
of term to Philip Bennett, son of P. B., remainder to Henry Bennett, 
another son of P. B., remainder to P. B. and heirs for ever. He died, 
and after P. B. entered according to will, remainder to his sons. 
P. B. also seized of " Leeland," " Sands," " Buckells," " Wilsland," 
and " Tynders alias Tyndhurst " in W. Grinstead, part of manor of 
Chankton, " Great Hewenstreats alias Hewarstreats," " lesser Hewen- 
streats alias Hewarstreats," "Brewars",in Hamsey, "Sanders," 
" le Penn," " Aliens," 2 parcels of land called " Fawkhill," " Milborowe" 
and " Learns alias Lyams " in Steninge, parcel of manor of Wickham, 



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also rent of 7 from lands and tenements in Steninge. Made will 
and left to son Henry Bennett premises in W. Grinstead and Hamsey 
and to John Bennett his son premises in Steninge. 

118. 

PHILLIPP BENNETT, gent. Vol. 519, No. 91. 

Lewes, 18 March 10 Charles. Died 6 Dec. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 6 years 6 months 19 days. 

Lands. " Sanders," "lePenn," " Allyns," "Fawkehill," "Mil- 
borowe," " Leames alias Lyams " in Steaninge, a rent of 7 from 
lands in S. called " Northovers " and "le Dole ;" " Lee land " in West 
Grinstead, " Blowers " in Plumpton, 2 messuages in P., " Great 
Hewenstreats " or " Hewarstreats " and " Cookspike alias Parkfield " 
in Hamsey, 10 acres near Cooksbridge, " Brewens " and " Goteacre " 
in Hamsey, " Lesser Hewenstreats alias Hewarstreats " in H. by deed 
30 April 8 Chas. (then of Wotton, gent.) in consideration of marriage 
between himself and Ann, one of the daughters of John Middleton, 
esq., settled on self for life, then Anne, then on his heirs. Also seized 
of " Hawkensops " in Ashurst, f ' Siviars," " Fawkners " in Wiston, 
Ashurst, and Bunckton, part of manor of Wiston, " Sands," 
"Buckells," "Wilsland" and "Tynders alias Tyndhurst" in West 
Grinstead. Anne Bennett survives. 

119. 

JAMES BENOK. Vol. 148, No. 15. 
Cuckfield, 18 Aug. 10 Eliz. 

Is an idiot and has been so since 20 Oct. 1556. Has no lands, but 
some goods in hands of John Smythe. 

120. 

WILLIAM, MAEQUESS BEEKELET. Vol. 9, No. 6. 

Inq. 13 Nov. 9 Hen. VII. Died 14 Feb. 7 Hen. VII., s.p. 

Heir, brother Maurice B., aged 56 and more. 

Lands. One-fourth of manors of Brighthelmston, Clayton, Mid- 
delton, Meeching, Seford, Alyugton, one-eighth manors of Cuckfield, 
Hownden, and Kymer, one-eighth of chace of Cleryss, Forest of 
Worth, borough of Lewes, Barony of Lewes, court of Nomannesland, 
and rent of 36*. 2d. in Iford. Prem. settled on King Hen. VII. and 
heirs male, remainder to Marquess's right heirs. 

121. 

RICHAED BEST. Vol. 97, No. 90. 

Horsham, 4 Oct. 6 Edw. VI. Died 12 July. 

Heirs, sisters Elizabeth B., aged 13 years, and Alice B., aged 
10 years. 

Lands. Messuage and lands iu Westwyteryng and reversions 
after the death of Joan, widow of John Boyse, deceased, in West- 
witteriug and Selsey. 



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122. 

THOMAS BETTISWOBTH, gent. Vol. 238, No. 61. 
E. G., 7 Oct. 36 Eliz. Died 21 March last. 
Heir, son Peter, aged 29. 

Lands. Manors of Deane and Iping; " Millands," " Ripsley," 
and " Yallchast " in Trotton, manor of Rogate. 

123. 

PETER BETTESWOBTH, gent. Vol. 341, No. 17. 
Horeham (? Horsham), 5 April 12 James. Died 1 Oct. last. 
Heir, son Peter, aged 26 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Chithurst and property in Turwiche and 
Trotton, also in Hambledon, Hants. 

124. 

RTCHABD BETTESWOBTH, gent. Vol. 344, No. 58. 

Shoreham, 5 April 12 James. Died 20 Nov. last. 

Heir, son Peter B., aged 30 years and more. 

Lands. Manor of Fyning with appurts. in Rogate, Turwycke, 
Hastings, Estborne, and Wollavington, also of manor of Turwycke 
and advowson and Rectory of Rogate, messuage called " Jewnyngs " 
in Rogate, messuage and lands called " Reeds alias Tulls," 100 acres 
in Hartyng and " Common Mead " in Harting. 

125. 

ABTHUB BETTISWOBTH, gent. Vol. 380, No. 117. 

E. &., 3 Nov. 18 James. Died 10 Nov. last without issue. 

Heir, nephew Peter Bettesworth, knt., aged 40 and more. 

Lands. "Reads alias Carpenters Reads " in Harting and " Cookes 
land " in Elstead, " Mullens alias Mallens " in Rogate, " Woodstocks," 
" Wisdoms," " Northfields," " Smyths " and " Russells " in Rogate, 
half Cannon land and Upton Meadow in Harting. Made will 6 Aug. 
1615 nephew Arthur B., son of brother Richard B. nephew 
Thomas B., son of late brother Peter My father Peter B., gent. 
my brother Christopher B. On 21 Aug. 13 James settled Cannon 
lands and Upperton Meade on himself and his heirs, remainder to 
said Arthur Bettesworth, jun., named in his will, and his heirs, 
remainder to Richard Bettesworth of Fyning, gent., son of Richard B. 
of Fyning, gent., brother of A. B., and his assigns for ever. A. B. 
also 31 March 17 James settled Heathdowne on himself for life, and 
after on Peter B., named in said will, and his heirs. 

126. 

JOHN BETTESWOBTH, yeo. Vol. 566, No. 2. 
Arundel, 14 Dec. 13 Charles. Died 20 Oct. 13 Charles. 
Heir, eldest son Richard, aged 42 years or thereabouts. 
Lands. " Kembers " in Stedham, " Combehouse " in S. Elizabeth, 
widow of J. B., survives at Stedham and claims dower. 



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127. 

EICHARD BETTESWOBTH. Vol. 593, No. 32. 

Petworth, 25 Aug. 16 Chas. Died 8 July last. 

Heirs. Daughters Elizabeth B., aged 18 years 3 months 6 days, 
Jane B.. aged 14 years 4 months, Christian B., aged 12 years 3 months 
24 days, Joan B., aged 10 years 1 month 26 days, Agnes B., aged 
5 years 6 months 24 days, Mary B., aged 2 years 6 months 20 days. 

Lands in Stedham leased to Robert Palmer of Bramshott, 
Hants, yeo., by deed dated 18 June 15 Chas., in which he was 
described as R. B. of Ipinge, yeo. Elizabeth Bettesworth, widow of 
John B., deceased, late father of R. B., is living. 

128. 

PETEB BETTESWOBTH, gent. Vol. 752, No. 207. 
Petworth, 28 July 16 Chas. Died 22 Dec. decimo .... Chas. 
Heir, only son Arthur, aged 19 years 6 months. 
Lands. Manor of Chithurst in Chithurst and Iping, " Kingsham," 
" Trippetts," " Weekwood," etc., in C. and I. 

129. 

THOMAS BETTESWOBTH, esq. Vol. 752, No. 203. 
Midhurst, 3 Aug. 18 Chas. Died 23 Dec. last. 
Heir, brother Benjamin, aged 30 and more. 
Lands. No hereditary lands in Sussex. 

130. 

HENRY BICKELET of Chudham, esq. Vol. 159, No. 71. 
Chichester, 21 Aug. 13 Eliz. Died 15 Dec. 1570. 
Heir, son Henry, aged 20. 

Lands. Manors of Chudham and Thorney and advowson of 
Thorney. 

131. 

THOMAS BICKLET. Vol. 233, No. 20, and Vol. 307, No. 19. 
Chichester, 3 April 34 Eliz. Died 16 April 33 Eliz. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 3 years and 1 day. 

Lands. Manors of Chidham and Thorney and advowson of 
Churches, messuage and lands in Thorney. 

132. 

THOMAS BICKLET, esq. Vol. 607, No. 87, and Vol. 752, No. 199. 

Ohichester, 23 Sept. 16 Charles. Died 24 June last. 

Heir, Thomas Pay, gent., is cousin and heir, viz., son of Richard 
Pay, son John Pay, son of William Pay and Honor his wife, daughter 
of Henry Bickley, grandfather of T. B., aged 25 years. 

Lands. Manors of Chidham alias Chydham and Thorney in C. 
and T. and advowsons of C. and T. On 27 Sept. 1637 made will 
brother Roger Michell brother Richard Michell my sister Jeane 



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my sister Margaret my sister Mary Capt. John Bickley lands in 
Herefordshire, Hants, and Surrey to use of Brewen Bickley during 
minority of his son if he survive Cicelie his now wife, otherwise to be 
to benefit of his said son Richard B., remainder to Henry B., son of 
Anthony B., remainder to Bickley Pay, son of my kinsman Roger 
Pay of London, remainder my right heirs. 

133. 

JOHN BIBSTIE of Arundel, gent. Vol. 379, No. 102. 

Petworth, 22 May 1619. Died 24 Oct. 1614. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 17 at feast of St. Symon and St. Jude 
after his father's death. 

Lands. " Birchanstie alias Birstie " in Ardingly and property 
in Arundel, " Bedels," etc., in Ardingly. Made will 24 Oct. 1614 
half to Marie my wife, half to son Thomas. 

134. 

THOMAS BYSSHOPP. Vol. 67, No. 120. 

Robertsbridge, 17 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 4 March 33 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, brother Richard Bysshopp, aged 44 years and more. 
Lands in Ewhurst and Robertsbridge. 

135. 

THOMAS BYSSHOPP of Henfield. Vol. 127, No. 50. 

Illegible where and when taken. Died 6 Jan. 2 Elizabeth. 

Heir, son Thomas Bysshopp, aged 6 years 8 months 6 days. 

Lands. Manors of Drayton otherwise Weston and Drayton, 
Stubcrofte in East Wittering and Bracklesham, Hunston, Beding, 
and Bediug barnes. Lands in Itchenor, Pulborough, Pittleworth, 
Stopham, Henfield, etc. Will (? date) leaves manor of Hunston to 
wife Elizabeth, who survived him. 

136. 

JOHN BISHOP, yeo. Vol. 247, No. 50, and Vol. 264, No. 106. 
E. 0-., 21 June 38 Eliz. Died 4 March last at Ewhurst. 
Heir, son John, aged 16 on 4 May last. 

Lands in Whatlyngton, Sedlyscombe, Hollington, and Ewhurst. 
Mary his widow has received rents. 

137. 

THOMAS BISHOPP, knt. and bart. Vol. 453, No. 98. 

Arundel, 28 July 5 Charles. Died 20 .... 2 Charles. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 21. 

Lands. Manors of Hunston, Stubcroft, and Storkers alias 
Storkhurst in Ashurst, lands in Henfield and Beeding. By deed 
27 May 4 Eliz., in consideration of marriage between himself and 
Jane, daughter of Sir Henry Weston of Sutton, Surrey, settled to uses. 



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On 20 May 13 James, Thomas Palmer, esq., sold him manor of 
Angmering. He was also seized of manor and park of Parham. 

138. 

RICHABD BLAKE. Vol. 323, No. 103, and Vol. 379, Nos. 33 
and 51. 

E. G., 22 May 9 James. Died 13 March 1609. 

Heir, eldest son George Blake, aged 10. 

Lands. " Platters " in Rudgwick, " Scryehes alias Whitrowfeild," 
formerly parcel of a whole tenement called " Scryches " in Warnham, 
messuage, etc., in Rudgwick, "Edlencrofts alias Arleycrofts." 
Clemens Blake his widow has received rents and profits. 

139. 

RICHARD BLOUNT, esq. Vol. 550, No. 85. 

Petworth, 7 Sept. 13 Chas. Died last April 1628. 

Heir, "William Blount, son and heir apparent of R. B., living 

7 March 20 James, apparently died. Daughters and coheirs, Lady 

Mary Lewknor, widow of Sir Lewes Lewknor, knt., Elizabeth, wife 

" of Reginald Mohune, Anne, wife of William Ducke, gent., Martha, 

wife of George Ayliff, knt., all aged 21 and more. 

Lands. Wife Mary seized of manor of Dedisham. Sold Lodge 
Farm 7 July 21 James to Reginald Mohun and Elizabeth his wife. 

140. 

JOHN BOLNEY, esq. Vol. 115, No. 39. 

E. G., last August 5 and 6 Philip and Mary. Died at Bolney s.p. 
(date gone). 

Heir, John Bolney of Inner Temple, London, is " cousin and 
heir" (aged . . . . gone). 

Lands. Manors of Bolney andModese, also "Leedes" and "Broke- 
lands " in Bolney and Twineham. By indenture 21 July (? year) of 
P. and M., in consideration of marriage with Anne his wife, granted 
to John Ashburnham and John Apsley, esqrs., as trustees, lands lately 
granted to J. B. and Alice his late wife, and after levied a fine Mich. 
4 and 5 P. and M. J. B. made will (? 2) Aug. 4 and 5 P. and M. 
" Homewoods " assured to my brother Bartholomew Bolney, manor of 
Modeese otherwise Brode in Borne and Wellington, remainder if 
without issue to nephew John B. of London, remainder to brother 
Bartholomew, sister Agnes B. "Holmewoods" conveyed 2 Oct. 
36 Hen. VIII. to J. B. and Alice his wife, their heirs, with remainder 
to Bartholomew B., remainder to John's right heirs. Alice the wife 
died .... 3 and 4 P. and M. 

141. 

JOHN BOLOKHEBDE. File 1066, No. 1. Exchequer Inqs. P. M. 
Arundel (?), 2 Nov. 1 Hen. VIII. Died 18 April 23 Hen. VII. 
Heir, son Richard Bolokherd, aged 11, in custody of Thomas, Earl 
of Arundel. 

Lands in Wassyngton, Clayton, Sullyngton, Fyndon, etc. 



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142. 

RlCHAKD BOLOKEHERDE. Vol. 67, No. 107. 

Chichester, 11 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Murdered by William Lidgater, 
sen., on the last day of Feb. 31 Hen. VIII. as he was walking on the 
king's high road between Washington and his house at Hideu. 

Heir, his nephew Peter B., eldest son of his brother William B., 
aged 10 and more. 

Lands in Washington, Clayton, Sulliugton, Findon, Kingston 
Bowcy, Southwick, Rackham, Wasshyngham, Amberley, Bramber, 
Botolphs, Bidlington, and North Stoke. 

143. 

JOHN BONVYLE, esq. Vol. 10, No. 95. 

Inquisition last April 10 Hen. VII. Died 24 Aug. last. 

Heirs, Elizabeth, wife of Thos. West, knt., aged 21 and more; 
Florence, wife of Henry Fulford, knt., aged 22 and more ; John 
Copulston, son of Ralph (son of ? by) Anne, the other of his daughters 
and heirs, aged 17 and more. Katherine his widow survives. 

Lands. Manors of Halfnaked, Walberton, Wodecote, and West 
Hamptenet, co. Sussex. 

144. 

KATHERINE BONVILE. Vol. 13, No. 135. 

Bramber, 1 Oct. 14 Hen. VII. Died 5 Oct. last. 

Heirs, daughters Elizabeth, aged 24, and Florence, wife of 
Humphrey Fulford, knt., aged 25 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Halfnaked, Walberton, Wodcote, and West- 
hamptenet, and long before her death, in consideration of marriage 
between Thos. West, jun., knt., son and heir apparent of Thos. West, 
knt., Lord la Warr, and Elizabeth, daughter of K. B., enfeoffed 
trustees, to use of K. B. for life, remainder to Thos. West, jun., and 
Elizabeth and heirs of Elizabeth, remainder to heirs of John Bonvile 
and Katherine, remainder to right heirs of John Bonvile. Thos. West 
and Elizabeth married long before K. B.'s death. 

145. 

WILLIAM BONWTCKE of Eastehoathlie, yeo. Vol. 370, No. 76. 

E. Gr., 28 July 16 James. Died 24 May 15 James at East Hoathly. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 13 years 8 months. 

Lands. John Harmer of Hellinglye was seized of messuage, etc., 
in H. called " Hoppers," and by will, dated 1 Jan. 1611, left to 
Margery his wife for life and after to Dionisia his daughter, wife of 
W. B., and their heirs male, and after died, when reversion of premises 
descended to said Dionisia and Agnes Harmer as daughters of said 
John, and after said Margery entered for life and died, and after said 
Dionisia died, having issue of said W. B. a certain Thomas Bonwicke 
her son. W. B. also seized of "Stookes" in East Hoathly and 
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146. 

JOHN BOODES, yeo. Vol. 226, No. 182. 

Steyning, 1 April 32 Eliz. Died 6 Dec. 32 Eliz. 

Heir, son John B., aged 2 years on 13 Dec. last. 

Lands. J. B. was seized to self and heirs male, remainder to heirs 
male of Eichard Boodes his brother, remainder to John Boodes of 
Henfield, remainder right heirs of Richard Boodes, of land in Steyning 
and Charleton, late parcel of manor of Charleton, called " Burgys " 
and " Bartletts," " Stultfield " in Steyning and Wickham, and messuage, 
etc., in borough of Steyning. 

147. 

JOHN BOOKEE. Vol. 416, No. 40. 
Petworth, 6 June 21 James. Died 1 April last. 
Heir, brother William Booker, aged 55 and more. 
Lands. " Brookehouse " and lands in Nuthurst and a messuage 
in Southover. 

148. 

STEPHEN BOED. Vol. 148, No. 8. 

Cuckfield, 23 June 10 Eliz. Died at Lindfield 20 Aug. 1567. 

Heir, son George Bord, aged 40. 

Lands. Manors of Grauntes in Lancing and Crawlynges in 
Horsted Keynes, lands and tenements (called "Onsties") in Sompting, 
Clymping, Broadwater, Horsted Keynes, Rotherfield, Warbleton, 
Dallington, West Hoathly, Chiltingtou, Clayton, and Lindfield, settled 
9 Eliz. on his son Thomas Bord and his heirs male. On 11 May 
3 and 4 Philip and Mary, in consideration of a marriage between 
George Bord his eldest son and Thomasine Wod, widow, he settled 
" Brock smead" and " Westland" in Cuckfield on him and his heirs. 
On 5 April 1 Eliz. he settled the manors of Madhurst and Old 
Shoreham and advowson of Selham on himself for life, and afterwards 
on Thomas Bord his younger son. On 27 March 9 Eliz. he granted 
lands and tenements in Cuckfield, Ardingly, E. G., Fletching, Mares- 
field, and Hellingly (all named and specified) to his son George Bord. 
S. B., with one or other of his sons, was also seized of many other 
(specified) lands and tenements in Horsted Keynes, Fletching, 
Newick, Arlington, and Hellingly. S. B., with Thomas his son, was 
seized of the manor of Catsfield. 

149. 

GEOEGE BOEDE of Cuckfield, yeo. Vol. 192, No. 37. 

Henfield, 27 July 23 Eliz. Died at Cuckfield 8 Feb. 23 Eliz. 

Heir, son Stephen Borde, aged 18 years 9 months 13 days at 
Inq. 

Lands. Stephen Borde his father was seized of " Lullinges," 
" Graylinges," " Sugworth," and " Hardinges " in Cuckfield (?), 
"Holmewood" in Ardingly, "Woddies" in E. G., "Pilchards," 



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" Longlands," " Kidland," " Howland," " Stonerocks," and " Buddis- 
hills " in Fletching, " Kayres " in Maresfield, " Lingley," " "Wetland," 
" Thwittes," and " Netherbyn " in Hellingly, and 14 Feb. 2 Eliz. 
settled them on said G. B., remainder to Thomas Borde, remainder to 
Elizabeth and Anne his daughters. G. B. also seized of " Hethland " 
and " Bordes " in Cuckfield, and o the remainder after the heirs of 
his brother Thomas Borde of the manors of Madhurst and Old 
Shoreham. 

150. 

THOMAS BOEDE, gent. Vol. 270, No. 145. 

E. Gr., 23 March 44 Eliz. Died 25 Jan. 44 Eliz. at Horsham. 

Heir, son Ninian Boorde, gent., aged 39 and more. 

Lands. "Upper and Lower Backshells " in Lindfield, " le Sweete " 
and " Gidley " in Horsted Keynes, " Hutchyns alias Topsells " in 
H. K., " Leamelands " in H. K. Made will 8 April 42 Eliz., and left 
above to Elizabeth his wife for life and after to Anthony his son. 
T. B. seized of manors of Grauuts in North Lancing and of Cattesfield, 
"Crowlings" in H. K., lands in Sompting, Clymping, Brodewater, 
Eetherfield ("Scotts"), " Spratts " in Warbleton, "Dumbrells" and 
*' Motts " in Lindfield, " Blackfield " and " Virspygs " in L., " Diggons 
Hothfield" in Clayton, "Baces" and " Tannersfield " in "West Hoathlv, 
"Tyefield," " Tyehawe," and " Symes Croftes " in Worthe, .... in 
Coulstock, " Apsen Eye," " Mylmoore," etc., in Horsted Keynes, 
Hurstcrofte, Cowlstock (croft), parcel of " Tremans," a garden, 
" Hamesmead," " Scotts," " Philpotts," " Heathplace " in H. K., 
"Moores," "Quytlye," and " Bullefield " in Hoathly, lands in Kent 
and Surrey. 

151. 

NINIAN BOORDE. Vol. 292, No. 159. 

E. G., 7 Nov. 4 James. Died 2 Oct. last. 

Heir, son Herbert Boord, aged 4 years 1 month 17 days. 

Lands. Manors of Graunts in North Lancing, Cattesfield, and 
lands in Horsted Keynes, Warbleton, Lindfield, "West Hoathly, 
Clayton, and lands in Newdigate, Surrey, and Staplehurst, Kent, also 
lands in Horsted Keynes settled on him 20 Sept. 35 Eliz. on his 
(Ninian's) marriage with Margaret, one of the daughters of William 
Morley of Buxted, esq., by his father Thomas Boorde, gent., and also 
reversion of other lands after the death of Elizabeth his mother. 

152. 

ANTHONY BOABD, gent. Vol. 498, No. 173. 

E. G., 7 Sept. 22 James. Died 9 Nov. last. 

Heir, nephew Harbert Board, esq., viz., son and heir of Ninian 
Board, esq., deceased, eldest brother of A. B., aged 21 and more. 

Lands "le Leame land" in Horsted Keynes, "le Noblem" in 
H. K., "Highams" in Bus . . . ., Glebelands of Rectory of Linfield 
called " Upper Charnwoods," " Courtmeade," " nether Courtwoods," 
" Deanes Mill," and lands called " Naldrett " belonging to said mill in 

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Linfield, tithes on lands of a certain Harbert Board, esq., in Linfield, 
" Newlands " in Tanridge, co. Surrey. Made will 8 Nov. last, and left 
premises in Tanridge to Elizabeth his wife for life, and after to 
Humfrey Michell and his heirs male, remainder to his own right heirs. 
Elizabeth Board, the widow, and Huinfrey Michell are still living. 

153. 

STEPHEN BOORD. Vol. 456, No. 75. 

E. G., 6 Oct. 6 Charles. Died last May last. 

Heir, son John Boord, esq., aged 21 years 2 months and more. 

Lands." Lullings," " Westland," " Graylings " in Cuckfield, 
manor of Southworth alias Sugworth in C., " Hardings " in C., 
" Gossales," "Holmwood " in Ardingly, "Pylchards" and "Langlands," 
"Kydland," " Hewland," " Stonyrocks,'* and " Buddishilles " in 
Fletching, " Kayiies " in Maresfield, " Bingley," " Twytts," and 
"Nethebyn" in Hellingly, " Hothland," " Boords " in Cuckfield, 
lands in Rottingdean, " Gosses," " Brookes meadow," " Awell alias 
Fullers," " Bartletts," " Southfield," "Sheptons," " Harwardsmead," 
" Brookfields," and "Woodcocks," "Hookes" in Lindfield, " Benfields " 
in Newick, " Tryshes " in Wivelsfield, " Fludds " in Hurstpp., third 
part of manor of Uphill, co. Somerset, etc. 

154. 

EDWARD BOBOWE, knt. Vol. 80, No. 83. 

E. G., 13 Nov. 20 Hen. VIII. Died 20 Aug. 20 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, Thomas Borowe, knt., aged 34 and more, also heir of his 
mother Anne. 

Lands. Manors of Northye and Southye and land in Bexhill and 
Brightling in right of his wife Anne, daughter and heir of Thomas 
Cobham, knt., who (viz., Anne) died 23 June 18 Hen. VIII. 

155. 

JOHN BOYEB of Hartfield, yeo. Vol. 67, No. 106. 

Lewes, 5 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 29 Sept. 28 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son William Boyer, aged 15 years and more. 

Lands called " Legswode," " Collen Goodmans," and " Malls 
land " in Fletching, " Denelands " in Horsted Kynes, a fulling mill and 
lands called " Motkyns Kechyn," lands in Rotherfield and Hartfield. 
Dionysia, the widow, has taken rents and profits. 

156. 

THOMAS BOWYEB. Vol. 121, No. 160. 

Lewes, 6 April 1 Eliz. Died (date illegible). 

Heir, son Thomas Bowyer (age illegible). 

Lauds in Petworth, Kirdf ord, " Gatewik " in Eusper, " Bourne 
house " in West Wittering, " Holmestedes " and " Picknams " in 
Sidjesham, 3 tenements in Mark Lane, London, etc. WU1 , t 



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Philip and Mary house I dwell in to wife for life, remainder to son 
Richard Bowyer and his heirs, remainder to sons, remainder to 
daughter Joan Gassy, remainder to Francis Bowyer and his heirs for 
ever. 

157. 

FRANCIS BOWYER, esq., citizen and alderman of London. Vol. 193, 
No. 38. 

Chichester, 26 July 23 Eliz. Died 14 June 23 Eliz. 

Heir, son William Bowyer, citizen and grocer of London, aged 
22 years 9 months 6 days. 

Lands. Manors of Rumbaldswyke and Fishbourne, " Groves 
farm" in Oving, lands and tenements in Northmundham and 
Chichester. Made will 27 July 1580 wife Elizabeth (still living) 
sous John, Robert, and Francis. 

158. 

HENRY BOWYER of Cuckfield, esq. Vol. 225, No. 60. 

Lewes, 6 Dec. 32 Eliz. Died 8 Sept. 31 Eliz. 

Heir, son Henry Bowyer, aged .... (faint). 

Lands. One-fourth of lands called " Haldleigh alias Hanlie " and 
" Courtlands," moiety of " Heyswood " in Clayton, 5 messuages, 
2 iron mills, and land called " Tynsley " in Worth and Crawley, manor 
of Wolborough iu Worth and Crawley. 

159. 

THOMAS BOWYER of the Middle Temple, student of law. Vol. 244, 
No. 105. 

Arundel, 9 April 37 Eliz. Died 7 March 37 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 8 years 3 months 14 days. 

Lands. Manor and rectory of Northmundham and Hunston. 
Made will 4 Aug. 32 Eliz. 1590 son Thomas wife Jane, daughter of 
John Byrch, sometime one of the barons of the schequer. 

160. 

SIR HENRY BOWYER, knt. Vol. 292, No. 173. 

E. Gr., 23 Sept. 4 James. Died 23 May 4 James s.p. 

Heir, nephew Thomas Henley, knt., viz., son of Anne Henley, 
sister of H. B., aged 25 and more at Inq. 

Lands. One-fourth manor of Cuckfield, etc. On 21 May 4 James 
settled on himself for life, then on his heirs, then on William Bowyer 
of Cuckfield, gent., his cousin. Dorothy, wife of H. B., and William 
B. are Living. 

161. 

RICHARD BOYS of Hawkhurst, co. Kent, esq. Vol. 291, No. 107. 
E. G-., 17 July 4 James. Died 28 Dec. 3 James at Hawkhurst. 
Heir, son Samuel, aged 15 and more. 

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36 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. Half manor of Thackham with appurts. in T., Sullington, 
Clayton, Echingfield, Horsham, Warnham, Shepley, Washington, and 
woodlands in Salehurst called " Buckhurst," by deed last Aug. 
29 Eliz. enfeoffed trustees to use of self for life, then for Samuel 
Boys, then for Joseph Boys, brother of Samuel, remainder to John B. 
and Edward B., other brothers of Samuel, remainder to right heirs of 
Samuel. E. B. also seized of "Merrymans" land and "Bodulls" 
land in Salehurst, also to self, then Samuel ; other lands. 

162. 

SABA BBABON, widow of John Brabon of Udimer, clerk. Vol. 
436, No. 9. 

E. G., 9 April 3 Chas. Died 20 Oct. 2 Chas at Udimer. 

Coheirs, sister Agnes, now wife of William Jorden, and nephew 
John Beechinge, eldest son of Andrew B., and Clement, lately his 
wife, deceased, another sister of S. B., Agnes Jorden, aged 24 years 
and more at her death, and Jobn Beeching, aged 7 years 9 months and 
20 days. 

Lands. One-third of Rectory and Advowson of Vdymer. 

163. 

ROBEBT BBADFOLD. Vol. 775, No. 40. 

E. G., 18 April 21 Charles. Died 16 July 17 Charles. 

Coheirs, Robert Winton, son of Geoffrey Winton and Gartred his 
late wife, deceased, one of the daughters of R. B., aged 6 years 
9 months 16 days, and Elizabeth, wife of Wm. Gold, another daughter 
of R. B., aged 23 and more. Geoffrey Winton living. 

Lands. Messuage and lands in Wiston. 

164. 

ELLIS BEADSHAWE, gent. Vol. 83, No. 275. 

E. G., 5 Nov. 37 Henry VIII. Died 7 Jan. last. 

Heir, son William B., aged 9 years and more. 

Lands. A toft, a fulling mill, and land in Bradbridge in Boseham 
by service of 1 white capon when King rode through the land, manor 
of Densworth, and lands in Boseham and Stoke. 

165. 

JOHN BEATE, gent. Vol. 67, No. 89. 

Lewes, 4 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 4 Dec. 33 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Edmund Braye, aged 16 years 2 months. 

Lands. Manor and advowsoii of Westden and other lands, 
" Douses " and " Pockecks " in Pevensey and Hailsham, which latter 
descend to Edward Braye, his youngest son, as heir, aged 3 years 
3 months. Florence his widow is entitled to dower. 

166. 

JOHN BEATE, yeo. Vol. 291, No. 103. 
E. G., 21 Jan. 4 James. Died 20 Nov. 4 James at Balcombe. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 37 

Heir, son Henry, aged 6 years 6 months 23 days. 

Lands. John Braye, father of J. B., on 27 Jan. 6 Eliz. settled 
a messuage in Lewes and a messuage in Eyegate, co. Surrey, on his 
marriage with Elizabeth Burte, she now living at Balcombe. John 
Braye the father died 20 March 25 Eliz., having issue J. B. J. B. 
also seized of " Furnyngs " and other lands in Balcombe, lands in 
Hailsham and Pevensey, and of reversion after death of Margaret, 
now relict of said J. B., of laud in Balcombe, which were by deed 
20 Nov. 34 Eliz. settled on Margaret, sister of Gervase Gibbon, on 
her marriage with him, for herself, and then to J. B. 

167. 

EGBERT BRETT, gent., cit. and merchant taylor of London. Vol. 
209, No. 55. 

E. G., 18 July 28 Eliz. Died 9 April 28 Eliz. 

Heir, son John B., aged 28 and more. 

Lands. Jurors say long before death of E. B., Philip, Earl of 
Arundel, was seized of manor of Nutbourne in Westbourne or else- 
where, co. Sussex, and on 6 July 23 Eliz. sold it to E. B., Eliz. his 
wife, and heirs of E. B. E. B. on 18 March 1585 (28 Eliz.) made 
will and left to wife for life, paying my eldest son John Brett 40 
a year 2nd son William B. 3rd son Eobert B. 4th son Eichard B. 
youngest son Alexander B. remaiuder to my daughter Katherine B. 

168. 

THOMAS BRETT of Winchelsea. Vol. 242, No. 21. 

Lewes, 22 July 37 Eliz. Died 1 May 27 Eliz. 

Heir, son Leonard, aged 18 years. 

Lands. " Henfield" and "Costards" in Linfield. John Sher- 
wood and Parnell his wife, late wife of T. B., received rents and 
profits to 1 Oct. 30 Eliz., after which Leonard B. up till now. 

169. 

THOMAS BRTTT. Vol. 394, No. 46, Vol. 397, No. 30 . 

E. G., 19 June 20 James. Died 24 April 19 James. 

Heir, great-nephew Thomas Brytt, viz., son Thomas Brytt, late of 
Ashurst, deceased, son of John Brytt, deceased, brother of T. B., aged 
12 years at his great-uncle's death. 

Lands. " Blakes " and " Smythes Croft " in Ashurst, " Little 
Byne " in West Grinstead. On 16 Feb. 1617 made will to Thomas 
Brytt, sonne of Thomas Brytt, my brother's sonue, late of Ashurst, 
deceased, all my lands at 21, remainder to Mary Brytt, Anne Brytt, 
and Elizabeth Brytt, his sisters at 18. 

170. 

THOMAS BRETT. Vol. 439, Nos. 2 and 25. 

Shoreham, 29 July 4 Charles. Died 1 April last. 

Heir, cousin John Brett, son of Henry Brett, deceased, son of 



38 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Henry Brett, deceased, brother of Richard Brett, deceased, father of 
John B., deceased, father of T. B., aged 7 years 9 months. 

Lands. Water mill in Balcombe, "Axsmiths" in Eusper, etc., 
messuages called " Herses," " Moses," and " Edmunds " in Eusper. 

171. 

LEONARD BKETT, gent. Vol. 627, No. 32. 
E. G., 6 Oct. 6 Charles. Died last May last. 
Heir, son George Brett, gent., aged 25 years and more. 
Lands." Henfield " and " Costares," " Walksteeds alias Wal- 
steedes," and " Chatfield alias Scatfield," all in Lindfield. 

172. 

EICHAED BEIDGEE, yeo. Vol. 350, No. 43. 

Petworth, 5 Sept. 13 James. Died 8 May last at Warminghurst. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 29. 

Lands. Tenement and laud in Ashington, tenement and garden 
in Sompting, " Hardborowe," " Bulmans," and " Bothells " in Chil- 
tington, seized of manor of Bowles late Bynes in Pulborowe, "Potland" 
in P., aud on 10 May 11 James, in consideration of marriage between 
Henry B. his son aud heir and Jane, daughter of John Eavenscroft of 
Horshatn, gent., made a settlement. 

173. 

EDWABDES BBIGDEN. Vol. 447, No. 4. 

Shoreham, 2 June 5 Charles. Died 19 May 4 Charles. 

Heir, son William Brigden, aged 9 years and more. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., and water mill in Northiam, and"Ellyn 
brooke " in N., " Castle Churchbrook," "Claptons," " Gooselondes," 
and "le Downes," " Crouchlaud," " Lymes," " Lymewish," and 
" Lymewood," " le Lott," " Blacches," " Stamplyns" in Northiam. 

174. 

JOHN BEODBEIDGE, gent. Vol. 167, No. 87. 

Lewes, 7 Oct. 16 Eliz. Died 19 June 16 Eliz. 

Heir, brother Henry Brodbridge, aged 35. 

Lands. Half the demesne lands of the manor of Clayton and a 
quarter of the demesne lands of the manors of Keymer and Freg- 
borough, " Groveland " in Twineham, " Eyddens " and " Venters " in 
Eusper, " Cobbitts " in Horsham, " Bridgland " in Shipley. 

175. 

JOHN BEOMFIELD of Ewhurst, esq. Vol. 419, No. 47, and Vol. 422, 
No. 32. 

E. G-., 22 Jan. 22 James. Died 22 Nov. 21 James. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 13 years 4 months 26 days. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 39 

Lands. Thomas Bromfield, father of J. B., was seized of manors 
of TJdimere alias Udimer, and by deed 20 Feb. 4 James settled farm 
of " Billiiigham " in Udimer on himself for life and then on son J. B., 
and by another deed 22 Feb. 4 James Thomas B. made settlement on 
his sons, above J. B., Robert and Edward Bromfield. Thomas Brom- 
field died 14 Sept. 10 (?) James. J. B. seized of manor of Ewhurst 
alias Ewherst in parishes of Ewherst, Northiam, Beckley, Iden, 
Playden, and Peashemershe. 8 June 14 James settled part on marriage 
with Sara Bufkin, wido\v, and married her 1 July. Son Thomas is son 
of first wife Dorothy. Anthony B., William B., and Henry B., sons 
of Sara, second wife. 

176. 

JOHN BROOKE, idiot. Vol. 148, No. 10. 

Lewes, 16 Aug. 10 Eliz. Died 23 Nov. 1565. 

Heir, sister Jane, wife of Andrew Draper, gent., aged 23. 

Lands in Littlington, Arlington, Westham, and Pevensey, left by 
the will of his father William Brooke, dated 18 Sept. 1554, to his wife 
Eleanor for 20 years, then to J. B. and his heirs, with remainder to 
daughter Jane. 

177. 

THOMAS BROOKE, esq. Vol. 425, No. 28. 
E. GK, 10 Oct. 2 Chas. Died 5 March 21 Jas. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 12. 

Lands. Messuage and 2 gardens and land in Battle, and marshland 
in "Manxey" in Pevensey. 

178. 

ELIZABETH BEOTJN, widow of Sir George Broun, knt., and also 
widow of Robt. Ponynges, esq. Vol. 4, No. 62. 

Inquisition 11 Oct. 4 Hen. VII. Died 1 Feb. 3 Hen. VII. 

Heir, son Edward Ponynges, knt., aged 27 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Shopwyke Egle, Compton, West Marden, 
Chanktou, Lylelworth, co. Sussex. 

179. 

SIB ANTHONY BROWNE. Vol. 89, No. 153. 

Lewes, 4 May 3 Edw. VI. Died 22 April 2 Edw. VI. 

Heir, son Anthony Browne, knt., aged 22 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Breade, Barnhouse, Hayshot Poynings, Perch- 
ing, Preston Poynings, Ashcombe, Walderne, and Chinting Poynings, 
lands in Battle and Seddlescombe, Catsfield, Twineham, Willingdon, 
Westdene, Hollington, Bexhill, Bodiam, Northiam, Peasmarsh, Bright- 
ling, Wartling, Ninfield, and Hoo. Sir A. B. made will 22 April 1547. 
To each of my yonger sonnes "William, Henry, Fraunceys, Thomas, 
George, or Henry the yonger annuity of 40 marks younger sons 
minors wife Elizabeth. 



40 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

180. 

WILLIAM BROWNE of Petworth, clothier. Vol. 99, No. 90. 

E. G-., 30 June 7 Edw. VI. Died 20 March 6 Edw. VI. 

Heir, son Kichard Browne, living at Arundel 20 March, who at 
"Winchester, on 3 Aug. 5 Edw. VI., was outlawed for burglary and 
felony, for having taken the goods of John Alderslade at Chawton, 
Hants, on 12 Oct. 4 Edw. VI. in company with Henry Vivian Mercer 
of London and others. 

Lands. Tenement cottage, "Dihowse," and garden in Petworth, 
subject to King's prerogative. 

ANTHONY BROWNE, K.G-., Viscount Mountague. See MOUNTAOUE. 

181. 

JOHN BROWNE, gent. Vol. 236, No. 76. 

Petworth, last June 35 Eliz. Died 10 Sept. 34 Eliz. 

Heir, son John Browne, gent., aged 27 at Inq. 

Lands. Manor of Hibernowe alias Ibernowe in Kirdford and 
Petworth, manor or grange of Clapham in Lullington, manor or grange 
of Alfriston. 

182. 

JOHN BROWNE. Vol. 307, No. 24. 

E. GK, 13 April 7 James. Died 14 Sept. last at West Hoathly. 
Heir, son John, aged 14 years 4 months and 9 days. 
Lands. Rectjry of West Hoathly and part of the farm of 
Chidingly in West Hoathly. 

183. 

MART BROWNE, late wife of John Mascall. Vol. 411, No. 89. 

E. G-., 30 Oct. 10 James. Died 27 Aug. 9 James. 

Heir, son Edward Mascall, aged 37 and more at Inq. 

Lands. A certain Francis Carew, esq., after knt., now deceased, 
was seized of messuage and appurts. with land in West Hothley, and 
on 10 June 14 Eliz. by deed granted to John Mascall and said Mary, then 
his wife, and their heirs, remainder to heirs of J. M. John Mascall and 
Mary had issue said Edward Mascall. John M. died 6 Aug. 18 Eliz. 
Mary entered and held till she died. / 

184. 

ABEL BROWN. Vol. 397, No. 41. 

E. GK, 17 Nov. 21 James. Died 21 Oct. last. 

Heirs, daughters Elizabeth, aged 7 on 22 Sept. 1623, Mary, aged 
5 on 21 Sept. 1623, and Sara, aged 3 on 24 Sept. 1623. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Bunghurst," " Lyons " in 
Heathfield, and land in H. On 17 Oct. 21 James enfeoffed trustees 
to use of Mary Browne and Sarah Browne his daughters. Messuage, 
cottage, barn, and lands in Hellingly. Comfort Brown, widow, sur- 
vives, entitled to dower. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 41 

185. 

(WILLIAM GYLBERT) ABBOT or BETJTON. Vol. 81, No. 301. 

Chichester, 6 June 15 Hen. VIII. 

Jurors say the Abbey House and Church, of Bruton, Somerset, is 
vacant by death of William Gylbert, late Abbot. Had manor of 
Rongeton, dovecot, etc., co. Sussex, in right of Abbey. 

186. 

JOHN BRYAN. Vol. 233, No. 1. 
Chichester, 3 April 34 Eliz. Died 10 March 33 Eliz. 
Heir, son John, aged 28 years at Inq. 

Lands. " Bryans lands alias Myllands " in West Hoathly. Joan 
B., widow of J. B., is living and takes rents and profits. 

187. 

JOHN BBYAN. Vol. 414, No. 13. 
E. GK, 28 July 16 James. Died 16 April last. 
Heir, son Richard, aged 17 years 5 months 3 days. 
Lands. " Bryans land alias Mylland" and "Lucasland" in West 
Hoathly. Anne Bryan, widow, survives at West Hoathly. 

188. 

WILLIAM BRYAN. Vol. 370, No. 48. 

E. GK, 28 July 16 James. Died 15 May 15 James. 

Heir, eldest son William, aged 14 years 10 months and more. 

Lands. One messuage and certain barns and structures at 
Sparrow Green in Wadhurst and land and a messuage and cottage in 
Wadhurst, messuage and land in Heathfield, messuage in Lewes, and 
a messuage in E. GK 

189. 

JOHN BULMAN, gent. Vol. 270, No. 142, Vol. 281, No. 41, and 
Vol. 289, No. 21. 

E. G-., 23 March 44 Eliz. Died 5 Feb. 44 Eliz. at Hartfield. 

Heir, son John, aged 21 years and 10 months. 

Lands. " Beaches " and lands in Hartfield, " Hathersams," 
" Holtyefield," and other lands in Hartfield. 

190. 

JOHN BURDETT, yeo. Vol. 291, Nos. 29A and 29s. 

E. G., 25 Feb. 3 James. Died 4 Jan. last at Bye. 

Heir, son William, aged 1 year and 6 weeks. 

Lands. Two-thirds of Rectory of Vdymer and of reversion after 
death of Mary Knight, widow, his mother, relict of Wm. Burdett, of 
one-third of Rectory. Leaves widow Margaret Burdett. 



42 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

191. 

WILLIAM BUEDETT, son and heir of John Burdett, deceased. 
Vol. 403, No. 50. 

E. Gr.. 22 Jan. 22 James. Died 12 Oct. last, under age and ward 
of King. 

Coheirs, sisters Clemens, wife of Andrew Beeching, aged 22 and 
more, Anna Burdett, aged 20 and more, Sara, wife of John Brabon, 
clerk, aged 18 and more. 

Lands. By Inq. at E. Gr. 25 Feb. 3 James John Burdett was 
found seized of two-thirds Rectory of Vdymer and reversion after 
death of Mary Knight, widow, late wife of William B. and mother of 
J. B., of the one-third part of said rectory, and of advowaon of church 
of V. Died at Rye 4 Jan. then last past, leaving issue by Margaret 
his wife said W. B., aged 1 year .... weeks. 

192. 

JOHN BUEDEVILLE. Vol. 67, No. 132. 

Steyning, 31 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 12 March 34 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, daughter Elizabeth, aged 2 years 3 weeks and more. 

Lands. "Bennett Court" and other lands in Ashurst settled to 
use of himself and Elizabeth his wife for life, with remainder to heirs 
of John B. his father, by gift of himself and Thomas B. 

193. 

ELIZABETH BUEDEVYLE. Vol. 89, No. 128. 

Horsham, .... Peb. 3 Edw. VI. 

To enquire of Idiocy of Elizabeth Burdevyle. Jurors say she is 
an Idiot natural!* from birth. John Burdevyle of Assheherst, Sussex, 
her father, was seized of " Bennetts " in Assheherst, and died 7 March 
24 Hen. VIII. Trustees were also seized of land in A. to use of 
Elizabeth, wife of said John B., for life, and after to his heirs, with 
remainder to the heirs of John Burdevyle his father. Elizabeth 
Burdevyle died 25 Sept. 2 Edw. VI., premises came to E. B. On 
18 April 17 Hen. VIII. Rowland Burdevyle granted lands in Ashurst 
to Thomas B., with remainder to John B., brother of Thomas B. 
Thomas died 22 Sept. 32 Hen. VIIL, and E. B. succeeded as daughter 
and heir of John his brother. 

Coheirs, cousins Thomas Bryddbridge, Michael Hichecoke, John 
Warde, and Thomas Vagger. 

194. 

NTNTAN BUEEELL, esq. Vol. 350, No. 36. 

Horsham, 2 Nov. 18 James. Died 3 Sept. 12 James at Holmsted 
in Cuckfield. 

Heir, son Walter Burrell, aged 14 years and more. 

Lands. Manor of Holmsted in Cuckfield, "Thornden" and 
"Burdens" in C., "Southlands" in Hurstpierpoint, " Oatehall " in 
Balcombe, etc. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 43 

195. 

WILLIAM BUBEISHE, lunatic. Vol. 165, No. 180. 

Chichester, 2 April 15 Eliz. 

Is aged 40, and for last 20 years has been an idiot through fright 
at thieves breaking into his mother's house by night. 

Heir, brother Richard Burrishe, aged 30. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Long garden," " Longcroft," 
" Aylards croft," " Juggles," and " Leycrof t " in Sidlesham. Ann his 
mother, wife of John Pyers, died about 1 Nov. 12 Eliz. 

196. 

WILLIAM BUBBISHE. Vol. 289, No. 38. 
E. GK, 29 July 3 James. Died 1 May 2 James. 
Heir, son Richard, aged 16 and more. 
Lands. Barn and land in West Wittering. 

197. 

THOMAS BUBT. Vol. 436, No. 11. 

E. GK, 9 April 3 Chas. Died 26 Dec. last. 

Heir, son John Burt, aged 1 year 5 months and 14 days. 

Lands. " Brantridge " in Cokefeild and land called " Butlers " in 
Ifeild, and a cottage and land in Crawley, a messuage and land called 
" Washland" in Balcombe, and cottage and land in Cokefeild. 

198. 

JOHN BUBTENSHAW of Hurstpierpoint, yeo. Vol. 97, No. 96. 

Lewes, 20 Oct. 6 Edw. VI. Was hung for murder 10 June 
6 Edw. VI. 

Heir, brother John B. of Pletching, aged 50 years. 

Lands. Jurors say John B. of Albourne, father of J. B., was 
seized of messuage and lands in Hurst, and on 21 July 26 Hen. VIII. 
gave to trustees " Knolland," etc., for J. B., jun., paying his brother 
Richard B. (after death of John B., elder, and Agnes his wife) 20. 
John B., the father, made will mentioning sons John the younger, 
Thomas, George. 

199. 

THOMAS BUBTENSHAW. Vol. 278, No. 9. 
Horsham, 11 (July?) 34 Eliz. Died 20 June 23 Eliz. 
Heir, son Richard B., aged 50 at Inq. 
Lands in Cookfield called " Westbrooke." 

200. 

RTCHABD BUBTENSHAW. Vol. 278, No. 120. 
Horsham, 1 July 36 Eliz. Died 6 Feb. 35 Eliz. 
Heir, son John, aged 16 on 8 Feb. last. Alice Slater, now wife of 
John Slater, mother of aforesaid Richard, took rents and profits. 
Lands. " Westbrooks " in Cuckfield. 



44 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

201. 

ROBERT BURTON, gent. Vol. 47, No. 32. 

Catstrete, 5 Nov. 20 Hen. VIII. Died 23 Nov. last. 

Heir, son James Burton, aged 21 at feast of St. Leonards last 
before R, B.'s death. 

Lands. Manor of Medsey in Eastbourne, conveyed 26 May 
3 Hen. VIII. to trustees for himself and his heirs. John Warnett, 
gent., 5 Feb. 15 Hen. VIII., granted half the manor of Enlewyks to 
trustees for R. B. R. B. made will lands in Yalding and Headcorn, 
Kent, Southampton, Isle of Wight, and St. Nicholas Olaves, London 
sons James, Thomas, Robert, Clement, and Peter daughter Alice 
Henry Burton of Carshalton, Surrey, in ultimate remainder. 

202. 

EDWARD BURTON. Vol. 128, No. 81. 
Eastbourne, 20 June 2 Elizabeth. Died 5 March 1560. 
Heir, brother John Burton, aged .... five. 

Lands. Manor of Medsey in Eastbourne, Westham, Hailsham, 
and Warding, and one-third of the manor and Hundred of Eastbourne. 

203. 

JOHN BURTON, esq. Vol. 214, No. 243. 

E. G., 15 Dec. 29 Eliz. Died 19 August last. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 19 years and 11 months at Inq. 

Lands. Manor of Medsey and manor of Clapham alias Chambers 
Court, which he bought lately of John Chambers, gent., windmills, 
etc., in Eastbourne and Westham, etc. By deed dated 24 June 8 now 
Q., viz., 8 Eliz., conveyed to trustees to use of J. B. and Grace his wife 
for life, and after to heirs. And on 19 Jan. 29 Eliz. J. B. made will. 
Gave to Grace his wife till son Edward was 21. 

204. 

EDWARD BURTON, knt. Vol. 593, No. 7. 

Lewes, 25 July 16 Chas. Died last Nov. 14 Chas. at Eastbourne. 

Heir, son Edward Burton, S.T.D., aged 30 and more at father's 
death. 

Lands. Manors of Eastbourne aliat Eastbourne Burton, Meadsey, 
and Clapham alias Chambers. Messuage, land, wind and water mill 
in Eastbourne, aud in consideration of marriage between Edward Bur- 
ton, S.T.D., his son and heir, aud Judith Haddon, widow, and of 1000 
portion of said Judith, by deed 21 Nov. 7 Charles settled manors on 
self, son and heir, Judith, heirs male, etc. Judith is still living. 

205. 

JOHN BUSBRIDQE, gent. Vol. 356, No. 114, also Vol. 355, No. 76. 
E. G., 15 April 13 James. Died 10 Dec. last. 
Heir, son John, aged 4 years. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 45 

Lands. Manor, capital messuage, etc., called " Harmer," viz., 
" Haremere " in Etchingham and Salehurst, " Barnehurst," " Bugsell," 
and an iron mill in Etchingham and Salehurst, etc. Mary, widow of 
J. B., survives at Etchingham. 

RICHARD BUTCHEB alias COOPEB. See COOPEB. 

206. 

DBEW BYNAM. Vol. 279, No. 427. 

E. G-., 27 April 43 Eliz. Died 1 April 43 Eliz. at Horsted Keynes. 

Coheirs, daughters Margery B. and Elizabeth B., Margaret, aged 
2 years 9 months 5 days at father's death, Elizabeth, aged 15 days 
at Inq. 

Lands." Northfield," " Bromefield," " Bromeham field," and land 
in Horsted Keynes. 

207. 

WILLIAM BYNE. Pile 1066, No. 2. Exchequer Inqs. P.M. 
Petworth, 2 Nov. 1 Hen. VIII. Died 15 Oct. . . Hen. VII. 
Heir, brother Thomas Byne, aged 24 and more. 
Lands. Manor of Byne in Asshurst and West Grinstead, etc. 

208. 

THOMAS BYNE (called Abyne in writ). Vol. 35, No. 84. 

Byllyngesherst, 27 Oct. 12 Hen. VIII. Died 17 Jan. 11 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 7. 

Lands. Messuage and land in West Grenestede called " Byne 
lande," messuage and land in Assherst, and granted them to trustees 
to use of himself, T. B., Joan his wife, and their heirs, and to perform 
his last will. Made will left messuage and land to Joan for life, and 
after to heir. 

209. 

JOHN BYNE. Vol. 264, No. 108. 
Horsham, 16 Dec. 43 Eliz. Died 22 July 42 Eliz. 
Heir, son John Bynd, gent., aged 23 and more. 
Lands. Manor of Bynd and Coodham alias Storrington and lands 
in Washington. 

210. 

JOHN BYSSHE, gent. Vol. 197, No. 77. 

E. G., 4 Aug. 24 Eliz. Died 26 June 24 Eliz. 

Heir, son John, aged 28. 

Lands." Bryddes " in Worth, " Morehales " in E. G., " G-ybbes- 
aven " in Worth, etc. 31 Oct. 21 Eliz. he settled a portion on his 
eldest son John Bysshe, and .... 24 Eliz. another portion on his son 
Matthew Bysshe. 

211. 

ALAN GARB, clerk. Vol. 567, No. 74, and Vol. 618, No. 23. 
Lewes, 6 Sept. 14 Charles, Died 4 Aug. 1637. 



46 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 14 years 8 months 15 days. 

Lands. Edward Bysshe, eaq., and Robert Pickeringe, gent., 
4 Mav 9 Charles, sold " Ridghill," " Harwards," " Pryors alias le 
Pryory," " Hurts," and " Oldland " in E. G. to A. C. and Margaret 
his wife. A. C. also seized of a messuage with appurts. in St. Michael's, 
Lewes, lately bought of Robert Drewe. Margaret survives. 

212. 

NICHOLAS CAREWE of Bedington, Surrey, knt. File 1088, No. 2. 
Exchequer Inqs. P.M. 

Catestrete, 13 Oct. 31 Hen. VIII. 

N. C. on 20 Aug. 28 Hen. VIII. was seized of manors of Pluinpton, 
Bercombe, Fletching, Byrlynge, Buskegage, and Pedynghoo, and was 
attainted of High Treason 20 Aug. 28 Hen. VIII. Premises forfeited 
to King. 

213. 

JOHN CABRELL, esq. Vol. 143, No. 29. 

Horsham, 30 April 8 Eliz. Died in parish of St. Martin Outwyche, 
London, 10 March 8 Eliz. 

Heir, grandson John Carill, aged 9 years 1 month 11 days at Inq. 

Lands. Capital messuage and many (named) lands in Waruham, 
lands in Horsham, Nuthurst, Rusper, Rudgwick, Wisborough Green, 
Billingshurst, and Shipley, manors of Nuttham, Hykes, Okendene, 
Swanborough, and Shipley, rectory and advowson of Sompting, etc. 
Will, dated 9 March 1565, mentions father John Carill, serjeant-at- 
law, son Edward, and brother Richard, a mercer, of London. 

214. 

EDWARD CARILL, knt. Vol. 315, No. 179. 

Horsham, 20 Aug. 8 James. Died 12 Jan. last. 

Heir, Thomas Caryll, knt., aged 30 years (? son and heir) ; very 
indistinct, but Sir Thomas is stated as son and heir of aforesaid 
Edward. 

215. 

JOHN CARYLL, sen., knt. Vol. 346, No. 182. 

.... Dec. 11 or 12 James. Writ dated 6 Aug. 11 James. Died 
8 Aug. (?) lasb. 

Heir, son John Caryll, now knt., aged 26 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Messuage in which John Caryll, grandfather of J. C., 
lived. Sir John Caryll, the son, married Mary Dormer. 

216. 

THOMAS CARYLL, knt. Vol. 372, No. 155. 

Petworth, 16 Sept. 16 James. Died 30 Jan. 14 James at West 
Grinstead. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 47 

Coheirs, daughters Mary Molineux, who was married in the lifetime 
of her father and was aged 16 and more at his death, and Phillippa 
Caryll, aged 14 and more. 

Lands. " Taberlers Halls alias Taverners Hall" and " Bentons," 
manors of Withiham and Shipley, rectory of Shipley, " Hookland " in 
S., " Greenefield " and other property in S., "Stokepark" in "West 
Grinstead, manor of Knepp alias Knapp, etc., and on 7 Sept. 
12 James, in consideration of marriage between Eichard Molineux, 
knt., eldest son of Eichard M., knt. and hart., and Mary Caryll his 
eldest daughter, made covenant to levy a fine to use of himself for 
life, then to use of his eldest son, then to use of Eichard M. and Mary 
his wife and their issue male, remainder to Philippe Caryll, a younger 
daughter of T. C. Other property settled on Phillip, remainder to 
Mary. 

217. 

JOHN CARVEE. Yol. 639, No. 67. 

Petworth, 19 March 14 Chas. Died 9 Dec. 11 Chas. 

Heir, son John Carver, aged 20 years and 1 month or thereabouts. 

Lands. Messuage and land called " Sladelands " and " Chaunce- 
lers " in Sutton, land in Cotismeade in Cotis, tenement and land 
called " Austins " near Litleton in parish of Sutton, Sussex. 

218. 

HENRY CATLEY of G-oring, yeo. Vol. 179, No. 86. 

Tarring, 4 Sept. 19 Eliz. Died 3 March 19 Eliz. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth, aged 1 year and upwards, and Joan, 
aged 3 months 3 weeks. 

Lands called " Parlees," " Eeades," " Combers croft," " Grinders 
acres," and " Shirmanscroft " in Goring. 

219. 

JOAN, daughter of HENRY CATLEY. Vol. 242, No. 36 (1). 
Horsham, 11 June 37 Eliz. Died 22 Feb. 20 Eliz. at Goring. 
Heir, sister Elizabeth, wife of Ingram Whitfeild, aged 20 years on 
23 May last. 

Lands. " Farlees," " Eeades," and " Combers Crofte " in Goring. 

220. 

JOHN CAWLEY, gent. Vol. 394, No. 77, and Vol. 392, No. 128. 

Chichester, 15 June 20 James. Died 28 April 19 James. 

Heir, son William C., gent., aged 18 years 6 months. 

Lands. "Eopers" and ""Woolhams" in Oving, " Holtes " in 
Birdham, property in Eumballsweek and Chichester. John Standen 
of Midlavant, yeo., sold land in Birdham 25 May 7 James to John 
Cawley and William Cawley his son and heir appt. George Greene 
also sold them the manor of Sidlesham. 



48 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

221. 

THOMAS CHALCROFT. Vol. 364, No. 48. 
Petworth, 1 April 15 James. Died 10 March last. 
Heir, daughter Elizabeth Chalcroft, now wife of Thomas Aylwyn, 
aged 14 and more at her father's death. 
Lands in Stedham. 

222. 

THOMAS CHALLONEB, gent. Vol. 121, No. 160. 

Lewes, 29 Sept. 1 Eliz. Died 13 (month illegible) last. 

Heir, son Francis Chaloner, aged 29. 

Lands called " Kenwards," " Brodeland alias Newefeld," " Benkes 
"Wysshes," " the Kusshet and the Broketon," and " Haselhoppes " 
in Lindfield, which by indenture 12 March 5 Edward VI. he 
settled on himself for life, and then on his son Francis, manors of 
Southmallyng-Lynfeld, Chancellor's, S.-L., Cantor's or Precentor's, 
and S.-L. Treasurers bought 3 Aug. 4 Edward VI. and quitclaimed 

to Francis Chaloner his son 31 Jan Robert Challoner, gent., 

by deed of 37 Hen. VIII. granted " Sandeland," " Reeland," and 
" Homeland " in Ardingly to T. C. and his son Francis Chaloner. 

223. 

JOHN CHALOJTER, gent. Vol. 191, No. 109, Vol. 242, No. 104, 
and Vol. 251, No. 176. 

Cuckfield 12 April 22 Eliz. Died at Horsted Kevnes 7 May 
20 Eliz. 

Heir, son Francis Chaloner, aged 19 on 16 Dec. last. 

Lands, etc., called " Tremans," " Turners," " Clerkes," and 
" Apsons ey " in Horsted Keynes, " Brookers " in Wartling, " Selves " 
and " Estriches " in Fletching. Made will 2 May 1578 and left 
Margaret his wife annuity of 10, lands to son Francis, with remainder 
to daughter Clement Homeden, remainder to Francis Chaloner, son 
of brother Thomas Chaloner, remainder to Richard C., son of brother 
Richard C., remainder to Thomas C., son of brother Francis C. 

224. 

FEANCIS CHALONEE, esq. Vol. 232, No. 66. 

Horsham, 2 Dec. 34 Eliz. Died 30 July last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 40 and more at Inq. 

Lands. " Gawcessland" in Ardingly, also "Ryland " and " Nether- 
horneland" and " Upperhorneland," " Riversland," and " Upper East- 
field," " Longtnead," " Nether Eastfield," " the Milne lye " and " le gar- 
den" in Ardingly and Lynfield, " Buxsells " in L. and A., water mill 
called " the Upper Milne," " Kenwards land," " Haseloppsbankes," etc., 
and by deed dated 4 Feb. 13 Eliz. settled them on himself for life, 
and then on Thomas C., his son and heir, remainder to right heirs of 
Francis. F. C. seized of messuage at Goddingweeke in Lindfield, 
" Clevers," " Combers," " Grovers," etc., in Lindfield, manor of 
Walsted, etc., "Tinkers," " Mychelbornes," and " Mounsies," 



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225. 

THOMAS CHALONEE, esq. Vol. 290, No. 118. 

E. G., 10 Sept. 3 James. Died 31 March last. 

Heir, son Francis, aged 22 years 3 months. 

Lands. "Sawceland" and "Ryeland" in Arthinglye, "Kenwards," 
etc., manor of Walsted in Lindfield. Made will 16 April 2 James 
wife Anne, son Francis a minor. 

226. 

FBANCIS CHALONEE, gent. Vol. 717, No. 83. 

E. G., 21 April (? 1) Charles. Died 7 March 21 James. 

Heir, son Nicholas, aged 2 .... 

Lands. Messuage, tenement, and land in East Peckham, Hadlow 
and Tewdely, co. Kent, manors of Millplace in Ringmer and Bar- 
combe, manor of Stanton in Chayley, Chiltington, "Westmeston, 
and Plumpton. In consideration of marriage between Nicholas C. 
his son and heir, and Grace, one of the daughters of John Bulman, 
deceased, married 20 May 20 James, settled same. 

227. 

FBANCIS CHALONEE, esq. Vol. 762, No. 131. 

E. G., 2 Nov. 6 Charles. Died 1 Oct. last at Tremons. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Manor or farm of Tremons alias Tremaynes and lands in 
Horsted Keynes, " Apsons Eye," " Brookers," " Scutsteame," " Great 
Olye," " Little Olye," and " "Westfield Bide," " Newmans," and lands 
belonging, all in Horsted Keynes. On 21 May 40 Eliz., on marriage 
with Elizabeth, widow of Stephen Staple, settled all except "Newmans" 
on himself for life, then on Elizabeth Staple, then on Thomas, his 2nd 
son, remainder on Eglesfield Chaloner, 3rd son, remainder to right 
heirs of F. C., and settled " Newmans " on self for life, then for 
issue by Eliz. Staple, with remainders as above. After married Eliz. 
Staple, and Eliz. died s.p. F. C. seized of "Plomerdens" in Lind- 
field, and 1 Nov. 14 James settled on himself for life, then on Thomas 
C. his son, remainder to Thomas's heirs male by Jane Litler. F. C. 
seized of " Selves," " Estridges " and " Mustards " in Fletching. 

228. 

THOMAS CHALONEE, gent. Vol. 472, No. 87. 

Shoreham, 19 April 7 Charles. Died 15 Feb. last at Lindfield, 
s.p.m. 

Heir, nephew John Langworth, knt., viz., son and heir of .... 
Langworth, deceased sister of T. C., aged 26 years. 

Lands. Manors of Southmalling Lindfield Dean, . Chancellor, 
Treasurer, and Cantor or Precentor in Lindfield, Wivelsfield, Ardingly, 
"West Hoathly, "Worth, and Colmans Hatch and Tithes of Lindfield 
Rectory, manor of Walsted, " Saucelands," " Byeland," " Nether and 
Upper Hornland," " Biversland," " Upper Eastfield," and " Long- 

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50 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

mead," all in Ardingly, " Nether Eastfield," " Mylnley," and "le Gar- 
den " in Ardingly and Lindfield, '' Buxells " in Lindfield, watermill 
and lands called " le long slipe," '' le Snipe," ' ; Mylnemead," u le Black- 
lands," and " Pil sties croft" in Lindfield and Ardingly, messuage 
called " Colyers," lands called " Fishers," " Bradland." " Smithland," 
" Thistlehawes " in Liudfield and Ardingly, " Kennards," and " Ken- 
nardslands," etc., and lands called " Godding weeke," " Combers," 
" Grovers," and " Bynges" in L. and A., and by deed 28 Jan. 6 Chas. 
between himself, 1st part, and Thos. Chaloner of Trymons, co. Sussex, 
esq., his cousin, of other part, covenanted to stand seized to use of 
himself and heirs male, and after to use of Thomas Chaloner of 
Tremons and his heirs. 

229. 

THOMAS CHAMBEB. Vol. 67, No. 136. 

Battle, 2 Nov. 34 Hen. YIIL Died 6 Nov. 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son "William a Chamber, aged 22 and more. 

Lands in Laughton called " Stokynhams," half " Prenchpoll," 
" Bryggers," " Wyllowse," " Eussells," " greate fachelease," " little 
fachelease " in Laughton, reversion of manor of Chambers Court in 
Litlington, Estden, and Estborne after the death of Agnes C., his 
mother, who yet survives. Anna C., widow, receives rents. 

230. 

THOMAS CHAMBEBLAYNE. Vol. 242, No. 12. 

Lewes, 22 July 37 Eliz. Died 25 May 1583 at Newick. 

Heir, grandson Eichard Colman, viz., son of Anne, late wife of 
"William Collman, and daughter and heir of aforesaid Thomas C., aged 
19 on 26 July next. 

Lands in Horsted Keynes and " Eowlands meads " and " Jeffer- 
ayes meads " in Horsted Keynes. 

231. 

NICHOLAS CHABTE. Vol. 355, No. 25. 

E. G., 15 April 14 James. Died 30 Dec. last at Hollington. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 1 year 3 months. 

Lands. " Washbrooke" and " Castles " in Hollington. 

232. 

FBANCIS CHATFIELD, gent. Vol. 278, No. 121. 
E. G., 7 Oct. 36 Eliz. Died 4 May last at Eumboldswyke. 
Heir, son Eichard, aged 31 and more. 

Lands. " Chatfeelds " in Westmeston, " Hamgate " in Westmes- 
ton, and half " Mudberyes " in Asshelinge. 

233. 

JOHN CHATFIELD. Vol. 302, No. 99. 

E. G., 22 March 5 James. Died 30 Jan. 1598 at Chailey. 

Heir, eldest son John, aged 11 years 2 months and 3 weeks. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 51 

Lands. On 4 March 19 Hen. VIII. Sir George Nevil, Lord 
Bergavenny, granted " Loffeld " in Chaleghe, held by copy of Court Roll 
of his manor of Ditchling, to Thomas Chatfield, then of Chaylegh, and 
to Thomas Chatfield, his son, and the heirs of Thos. C. the father. 
Thomas C. the father died, and Thos. C. the son and heir entered and 
after died, when premises descended to J. C. as his son and heir. 
J. C. had issue John C., who has entered. J. C. also seized of 
messuage, etc., and land in Chaylegh, and on 27 Jan. 1598 made will 
and left them to Cecily his wife until John was 21. 

234. 

JOHN CHATFIELD, yeo. Vol. 566, No. 28. 
E. G., 15 Jan. 14 Charles. Died 10 Sept. last. 
Heir, son John, aged 13 years 6 months. 

Lands. One-third of a virgate called " Loffield " in Chaileigh, 
and messuage, barn, and land in Chaileigh. 

235. 

JOHN CHATFEILD, yeo. Vol. 752, No. 208. 

Shoreham, 12 Aug. 18 Chas. Died 10 May last. 

Heir, son John, aged 23 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and land in Plumpton late bought of Roger 
Homewood, messuage, barn, and land in Plumpton late bought of 
William Coppard. Made will 11 April last and left all to his daughter 
Anne Chatfeild. 

236. 

RICHAKD CHEALE. Vol. 279, No. 326. 

E. G., 18 March 40 Eliz. Died 27 July last. 

Heir, brother John, aged 40 years and more. 

Lands. Half a fourth part of 1 messuage, 1 garden, 1 orchard, 
land, meadow, etc., in Keymer alias Kidmer. 

237. 

THOMAS CHEBEIMAN. Vol. 578, No. 15. 
Petworth, 23 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 20 May last. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 26 and more. 

Lands. " Stubmeade," a messuage in Pot street, Pulborough, 
other lands in Pulborough, " le Brooke," etc. 

238. 

JOHN CHETNE, knt. Vol. 14, No. 40. 
Iden, 17 July 14 Hen. VII. 
Had no lands in Sussex. 

239. 

ROGEB CHETNE. Vol. 14, No. 38. 

Iden, 17 July 14 Hen. VII. 

Jurors do not know day or year in which Roger Cheyne died, 
or who is his heir, or whether he married after his father's death, or 
what is his age. 

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240. 

WILLIAM CHETNE, esq. Vol. 14, No. 35. 

Iden, 17 July 14 Hen. VII. Died 8 May 2 Hen. VII. 

Heir, son Francis Cheyne, aged 5 years and more at his father's 
death. 

Lands. Manor of Leygh ahas Ligh, co. Sussex, marsh, pasture, 
and wood in Iden, also reversion of marsh in " lez Brommes," called 
" Bering range," in Beckle. Premises should descend to Francis 
Cheyne, son and heir of W. C., now aged 17 years and more. Francis 
Cheyne at age of 15 married . . . ., daughter of John Brereton. John 
Cheyne, knt., has taken rents and profits since W. C.'s death. 

241. 

PELUAM CHEYNEY, gent. Vol. 128, No. 80. 

Hailsham, 30 Oct. 2 Eliz. Died 7 May 1 Eliz. 

Heir, brother Richard Cheyney, aged 15 years on 27 Nov. 1559. 

Lands. Manors of Bodhurste, Buckstepe-Cheyney, Sheldowne, 
and Crawham, capital messuage called " Crall " in Warbleton, lands 
in Heathfield, Waldron, Hurstmonceux, Wartling, Westham, Pevensey, 
Dallington, Westfield, and Beckley, one iron mill in Hurstmonceux. 

242. 

THOMAS CHETNE, esq. Vol. 148, No. 11, and Vol. 209, No. 5. 

Ditchling, 25 Oct. 10 Eliz. Died 6 Feb. 8 Eliz. at Croffham in 
Westfield. 

Heir, son John, aged 5 years 12 days at Inq. 

Lands in Eingmer, " Snaylhame " and "Westlandes" in Guest- 
ling, " Wanmere " in Hailsham, lands in Mayfield, Ifield, Bexley, and 
Warbleton. 

243. 

JOHN CHENEY, esq. Vol. 281, No. 72. 

Lewes, 15 Dec. 1 James. Died 17 Sept. last 1 James. 

Heir, daughter Elizabeth, now wife of Thomas Culpeper of Gest- 
linge, esq., aged 20 years and 3 months at Inq. 

Lands in Eingmer, and a messuage called " Snaylesham " in Gestlinge 
and Icklesham, " Wanners " and " Broumehams " in Hailsham, and by 
conveyances in law assured them to Elizabeth, then his wife, and after 
to his (J. C.'s) heirs. Elizabeth the widow survives. 

244. 

GEORGE CHESEMAN. Vol. 67, No. 141. 

Eobertsbridge, 17 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 23 April 34 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son William, aged 33 at Inq. 

Lands in Ewhurst. 

245. 

THOMAS CHURCHEB, esq. Vol. 375, No. 57. 

E. G., 8 Sept. 17 James. Died 28 Nov. 1616 at Slinfold. 



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Heirs, cousins Agnes, now wife of Nicholas Vincent, aged 27 years, 
and Mary, now wife of John Slyfield, aged 24 years, daughters and 
coheirs of Peter Churcher, clerk, deceased, brother and heir, while he 
lived, of T. C. 

Lands. Capital messuage called " Hillands " in Slynfold, "Hal- 
land," " Nowers," " Kowfold," " Wyldbarrys," " Nybletts," and other 
lands in Slinfold. On 6 Dec. 1614 made will, leaving all to nephew 
George Churcher, and on 23 Aug. 1616 by codicil confirmed it. 
Patience, widow of T. C. 

246. 

WILLIAM CLAGET of Lewes, gent. Vol. 470, No. 31. 

Pet worth, 21 June 7 Charles. Died 10 Sept. 1 Charles. 

Heir, only son William Claget, gent., aged 30 and more. 

Lands. " Borroughes," "Mores meadow," "Bromfield," part of 
demeasne lands of manor of Barcombe, laud in B., messuages called 
" Earles " and " le Bell " in Lewes. 



247. 

ANNE or CLEVES. Vol. 117, No. 37. 

Lewes, 3 Aug. 4 and 5 Philip and Mary. Died 16 July last. 

Heir, 

Lands. Henry VIII., late King of England, by letters Patent 
20 Jan. 32 of his reign granted to the noble lady Anne of Cleave, 
daughter of John, late Duke of Cleave, Gulight Gelder and Barry, 
and sister of William, Duke of Cleave, G. G. and B., etc., the manor of 
Southover and borough of 8., late of Thomas Cromwell, Earl of Essex, 
attainted of High Treason, and all lands, cottages, houses, goods, etc., 
and rights in Southover, Le\ves, and Wogharn for life if she resided 
in England. Jurors say she did not leave the Kingdom, and premises 
should revert to King and Queen. 



248. 

WILLIAM COBDEN, junior, yeoman. Vol. 132, No. 58. 

Lewes, 6 Oct. 4 Elizabeth. Died 14 Feb. 1562. 

Heir, son John Cobden, aged 8 years 7 months 3 days. 

Lands called " Archore " in West Dean (West Sussex). Will to 
wife issues of lands until John, or failing him, any one of my sons 
come to 21. 

249. 

JOHN COBDEN of Westdeane, yeoman. Vol. 289, No. 43. 

E. G., 29 July 3 James. Died 21 May last. 

Heir, son William, aged 20 years 8 months at Inq. 

Lands." Archers," " Highfields," " Blackfields," " Whitlands," 
" Haystile," " Estmede," " Scarvills garden," all in Westdeaue, 
" Eoughborough " in Midlavant. 



54 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

250. 

WILLIAM COBDEN. Vol. 291, No. 5. 
E. G-., 16 July 4 James. 

Jurors say William Cobden, son and heir of John Cobden, was 
baptized at Westdeane 24 Oct. 1583. 

251. 

THOMAS COLBEOND. Vol. 101, No. 104. 

Horsham, 11 Sept. 1 Mary. Died 2 Aug. 6 Edw. VI. 

Heir, son James Colbrond, aged 8 years and more. 

Lands in Pevensey and Mauksey, " Clays " in Borham, " Howham- 
averys" in Warding, "Champneys" in Nendfield, " le Tfeld," 
" Handys," and " Kyngiswell" in Wartling. 

252. 

JAMES COLBBAND, esq. Vol. 264, No. 110, and Vol. 291, No. 24. 

E. G., 2 April 43 Eliz. Died 21 Oct. 42 Eliz. 

Heir, son John C., aged 10 years and more. 

Lands. Jurors say J. C. was seized of lands in Pevensey and 
Manckseye, and " Clayes " in Bonam (? Borham), " Hockham " in 
Wartling, " Champneys " in Nenfield, " Sornfold " in Nenfield, 
" E/yefield " and " Hamys " in Wartling, " Kyngeswell " in Boram (?), 
and of a rent of 40s. from lands of John Eeve in Nenfield, and also of 
a capital messuage called " Blackfryers " in Chichester. 

253. 

JOHN COLBEONDE, bart. Vol. 448, No. 105. 

Shoreham, 2 June 5 Charles. Died 25 Dec. 3 Charles. 

Heir, eldest son James C., bart., aged 17 yedrs 10 months at Inq. 

Lands. " Doles " and " Skaynes " in Pevensey and Westham, 
messuage in Boreham, parish of Wartling, called " Scolfes," " Kings- 
wellfield " in Boreham, " Shornefolds " and " Champneys " in Wartling, 
and by deed 20 Dec. 3 Chas. conveyed them to trustees for 3,000 years 
to bring up James Colbrand, esq., his son and heir, Walsingham C., 
eldest daughter of Sir J. C. and Anne his late wife, deceased, and 
Thomas C., John C., Henry C., William C., Sara C., Frances C., 
Anne C., Bridget C., Martha C., and Jane C., sons and daughters of 
said Sir J. C. and Dame Sara his now wife, and child she now goeth 
with to pay daughters 150 each at 21 to John, Henry, William, 
and child enceinte 150 at 21, remainder to heirs males of said James. 
Sara survives at Lewes. 

254. 

WILLIAM COLDHAM, gent. Vol. 350, No. 4. 
Horsham, 5 April 13 James. Died 1 Dec. last. 
Heir, sou William Coldham, gent., aged 30 and more. 
Lands. Manor and advowson of Stedham and advowson of Hey- 
shott, lands in Stedham and Midhurst. 



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255. 

EICHAED COLEMAN. Vol. 415, No. 98. 

E. G-., 20 Nov. 20 James. Died 1 Oct. last at Westerham in Kent. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 26 and more. 

Lands. " Flocks " in Hartfield and other lands in occupation of 
his son Richard Coleman called " Heighfield " and " le Grove" in 
Hartfield, messuage and land at Colemans Hatch in Hartfield. 

256. 

EDWARD COLMAN of Horsted Keynes, husbandman. Vol. 277, 
No. 111. 

E. G., 15 Jan. 30 Eliz. Died 5 Nov. 18 Eliz. at H. K. 

Heir, daughter Alice Longhurst, now wife of William Longhurst, 
aged 30 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Messuage, barn, 2 gardens, and half virgate called 
" Bryans," 50 acres in H. K. 

257. 

JOHN COLYN. Vol. 67, No. 140. 

Battle, 2 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 22 March 28 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, eldest son John C., aged 40 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Manor of Sokemersshe in Bryghtlyng by deed 17 March 
27 Hen. VIII. enfeoffed trustees to his last will, and made will 
18 March 1535 bequeathed to Alexander Colyn his son. 

258. 

ALEXANDER COLLEN. Vol. 142, No. 75, and Vol. 143, No. 29. 

Lamberhurst, 22 Jan. 7 Elizabeth, and E. Gr., 29 Oct. 8 Eliz. 
Died 14 Feb. 4 Edward VI. 

Heir, John Collen, eldest son, aged 19| on 14 Feb. 4 Edward VI., 
died under age 25 (Oct. or July) 6 Edward VI. Stephen Collen, 2nd 
son, is heir to both, and was under age at his father's death, aged 
22 years 10 weeks on 29 Oct. 8 Eliz. 

Lands. Manors of Hotheleigh in Lamberhurst and Sokenesse in 
Brightling. Julia Collen, his widow, received rents and profits since 
his death to Feast of Annunciation 1 Elizabeth, after which date 
Stephen Collen has received them. Alexr. Collen made will 14 Feb. 
4 Edward VI., and left Sokeuesse to his wife Julia for life, with 
remainder to Alexander Collen his son, and manor of Hothlyghe to 
his eldest son John. 

259. 

JOHN COLLINS, clerk. Vol. 622, No. 23. 

Horsham, 29 Aug. 20 Charles. Died 3 July 18 Charles at 
Horsham. 

Heir, nephew John Anstey, viz., son and heir of Catherine Anstey, 
sister and heir of J. C. 

Lands. " Blackstroods alias Spades " and " Carpenters " in 
Horsham, " Shuttefield," " Whalsmeade," and " Perryfield " in Craw- 



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ley and Held, and on 2 April IS Charles made will and left to wife 
Elizabeth for life, and after to his nephew John Anstey, now Fellow 
of King's College, Cambridge, M.A., paying his brother Stephen 
Anstey 400. Elizabeth survives. 

260. 

JOHN OLPYS. Vol. 223, No. 69. 

E. Gr., 14 April 31 Eliz. Died 1 Peb. 22 Eliz. 

Heir, son John, aged 14 on 29 Aug. last. 

Lands. Manor of Walderton, 4 messuages with land and appurts. 
in Stoughton and Walderton, also messuage and land in Upmarden, 
Compton, and Trotton in Westborne, "Haslett" in Upmarden. 
Made will to sister Johane 10 yearly, and left all lands to son John 
and heirs, remainder to nephew Eichd. Lewknor, son of Eichd. L., 
esq., of Downly, and Agnes his wife (sister of J. C.), paying 50 
each to said sister Johane Mathew, Thomas Mathew her son 
Elizabeth Lewknor, daughter of my said brother Mathew, Eichd. 
Lewknor, John Taylor, Thos. Taylor, Mathew Taylor, Win. Boulde, 
Thomas Boulde, my nephews. 

261. 

HENBY COLTHUEST of Cuckfield, gent. Vol. 355, No. 26. 

Pet worth, last May 14 James. 

Jurors say that Henry Colthurst of Cuckfield, gent., is a lunatic 
and incapable of managing his estate, viz., a house in St. Martins 
Outwich, London, and chattels in hands of Elizabeth his wife. 

262. 

EICHABD COMBEB. Vol. 278, No. 135. 
Lewes, 13 April 36 Eliz. Died 30 Jan. 1592. 
Heir, son John, aged 30 years at Inq. 

Lands. Jurors say E. C. by will dated 29 Jan. 1592 gave to his 
son Eoger lands in Ardingly. 

263. 

WILLIAM COMBEB of Shermanbury, esq. Vol. 417, No. 31. 

New Shoreham, 3 Nov. 1 Charles. Died 10 Sept. 1 Charles at 
Shermanbury. 

Coheirs, daughters Eleanor, wife of William Heath, Elizabeth the 
wife of John Gratwick, and Mary wife of John Hosmer, all aged 
35 and more. 

Lands. Manor and mansion and Park house of Ewhurst in 
Ewhurst, Shermanbury, Chestham, Henfield, and Cowfold, by deed 
last Sept. 13 James, granted to John Covert of Woodmancoate, gent., 
and Eichard Heath of Shermanbury, gent., as trustees for himself for 
life, and after for person to whom he should leave them, and if he 
appointed no one, to use of Elizabeth G-ratwicke his daughter for 
6 years, and then to Eleanor Heath, wife of said William Heath, and 
her heirs for ever, and by another deed, 24 Oct. 14 James, he 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 57 

enfeoffed John Gratwick, gent., and Elizabeth his wife (daughter of 
W. C.) in part of premises, viz., "Spooners," etc. On 18 April 

1 Charles made will and gave manor of Ewhurst to William Heathe 
his son in law, except lauds given to son in law John Gratwick. 

264. 

JOHN COMBEB, gent. Vol. 436, No. 3. 

E. G., 9 April 3 Chas. Died 1 May last. 

Heir, son Thomas Comber, aged .... (very faint). 

Lands. Part of manor of Allington. 

265. 

ANTHONY COMYE. Vol. 193, No. 60. 

Henfield, 27 July 23 Eliz. 

Anthony Comye is and for the last 8 years has been a lunatic. 
Edmund de Vives, Innocent Comye, and Thomas Smyth, executors of 
the will of Jane Comye his mother, have certain monies of his in their 
hands. 

266. 

THOMAS COOKE, esq. Vol. 34, No. 21. 

Arundell, 20 Oct. 11 Hen. VIII. Died 13 April 11 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, granddaughter Mary Cooke, viz., daughter and heir of a 
certain Thos. Cooke, junr., son T. C., aged 3 years. 

Lands. Moiety of manor of Rustyngton, messuages and land in 
Goring and Lytilhampton, and by deed, 15 April 3 Hen. VIII., 
enfeoft'ed trustees to use of himself and his heirs, and his last will and 
after made will. Lands in Sussex, Hampshyre, Isle of Wight or 
elsewhere. Lands in Goryng to wife for life and 10 years after her 
death, and then to be sold and 100 given to my daughter Mary to 
her marriage. Wife Johnne ex'ix. 

267. 

JOHN COOKE, sen., late of London, citizen and " pelliparius." 
File 1078, No. 3. Exchequer Inqs. P.M. 

Lewes, 3 Nov. 18 Hen. VIII. Died 16 Nov. 1493 (9 Hen. VII.) at 
Cliffe. 

Heir, 

Lands. Messuage in Cliffe near Lewes in which he dwelt, and 

2 other messuages in C., and by deed, 2 JNov. 9 Hen. VII., enfeoffed 
trustees to hold to use of his last will. J. C. made last will and left 
lands, etc., to be sold. Richard Brakynshawe sold lands after his death 
to Wm. Repe, sen. 

268. 

RICHABD COOKE. Vol. 67, No. 105. 

Chichester, 2 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 16 Sept. 31 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 25 and more. 

Lands called " Felde " in Goring, etc. 






58 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

269. 

EDWARD COOKE. Vol. 152, No. 147. 

Lewes, 23 March 11 Eliz. Died 17 Sept. [ ]. 

Heir, nephew Richard Cooke, son of William Cooke his brother, 
aged 21 on 27 Oct. last (1568). 

Lands. Manors of Field and Knell, Hame farm in Goring and 
Dnrringtou, lands in Clapham, Heene, Worthing, Lancing, Sompting, 
Wiston, and Tarring. Will leaves annuity, etc., to wife Joan, and 
leaves portion of his property to Henry Cooke and remainder to above 
Richard, " my heir." 

270. 

JOHN COOKE, yeo. Vol. 159, No. 62. 

Steyning, 3 Nov. 13 Eliz. Died 21 Oct. 9 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 11. 

Lands. Two messuages and land in Goring, and reversion after 
the death of Lady Ann Matravers of 63 acres, part of the manor of 
Goring. Roger Gyttens and (blank) his wife, widow of J. C., have 
received rents and profits. 

271. 

THOMAS COOKE of Heene, yeo. Vol. 167, No. 89. 

Tarring, 12 Jan. 16 Eliz. Died 20 Feb. 15 Eliz. 

Heir, grandson William Cooke, son and heir of John Cooke, 
deceased, son and heir of T. C., aged 8 years 2 months. 

Lands. Manor of Heene and tenements in Heene, Tarring, Goring 
and Petworth, part settled 3 July 3 Eliz. on John his son and Margaret 
his wife. Made will John C. and Thomas C., my son John C.'s 
children Wm. C., now my next heir his mother Margaret Weston 
my daughters Margaret, widow of John Cooke, his son, remarried 
Thomas Weston. 

272. 

THOMAS COOKE of Bignor, gent. Vol. 209, No. 56. 

E. G., 18 July 28 Eliz. Died 28 Dec. (?) 28 Eliz. at Bignor. 

Heir, son Thotnas, aged 12 years and 2 months and not more. 

Lands. John, Lord Lumley, was seized of manor and park of 
Bignor, and on 8 May 22 Eliz. sold to Anthony Kempe of London, 
esq., aforesaid Thomas C., and John Cooke of St. Thomas Apostle, 
London, clothworker, to be T. C.'s and J. C.'s after paying A. K. 40, 
which they did. Trinity 26 Eliz. T. C. and Rebecca his wife and 
John Cooke and Cicely his wife sold Bignor Park to Richard Pellet, 
gent. John Cooke is still living at B. and seized of manor. 

273. 

JOHN COOKE, yeo. Vol. 242, No. 44. 

E. G., 25 Sept. 37 Eliz. Died 16 April 37 Eliz. at Goring. 

Heir, son John, now aged 12 years and no more. 

Lands in Worthing and Sounting. Robert Ludgater of Goring 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 59 

1 Dec. 19 Eliz. enfeoffed said John C. and Elizabeth his wife with 
lands in G-oring to themselves and their heirs male, remainder to 
Anthony L., son of said Robert L. Elizabeth survived said John C., 
and is living at Goring. 

274. 

JOHN COOKE. Vol. 254, No. 76. 

Horsham, 27 July 40 Eliz. Died 10 Nov. 38 Eliz. at Beryton, 
Hants. 

Heir, son Richard Cooke, aged 14 on 30 April last. 

Lands. Seized in reversion after death of William Cooke, late 
while he lived of Heane, co. Sussex, gent., bro. of J. C., of land, etc., 
in Goring, also tenements. William died at Horsham 18 Jan. 40 Eliz. 
After death of J. C., William C. took rents and profits till 18 Jan. 
last, since which .... (name scratched out), the relict of J. C. till now. 

275. 

WILLIAM COOKE of Beane (viz., Heene), yeo. Vol. 255, No. 165. 

Horsham, 2 (?) March 40 Eliz. Died 27 Jan. 40 Eliz. at Horsham. 

Heir, son William, aged 1 on 11 Aug. last. 

Lands. Manor of Heeiie and lands in Tarring and Goring by 
deed 7 Aug. 28 Eliz. conveyed to trustees for John Cooke, his only 
brother. 

276. 

GEOBGE COOKE, yeo. Vol. 272, No. 56. 

E. G., 19 Jan. 44 Eliz. Died 27 March 44 Eliz. at Goring. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 7 years and 20 days. 

Lands. Richard Cooke, father of Gr. C., was seized of manors of 
Field and Knells alias Knols and lands belonging, " Footsland " and 
" Lucas " in Goring, Tarring, Brodewater, and Dirington, messuage, 
etc., in Tarring, and by deed 3 April 37 Eliz. settled them on approach- 
ing marriage of his son and heir apparent G. C. with Ann Hyde, only 
daughter of William Hyde of Launcing. They were married at 
Launcing 5 May 37 Eliz. Richard Cpoke is still living at Goring. 

277. 

ALLAN COOKE, esq. Vol. 338, No. 10. 

Petworth, 8 Sept. 11 James. Died 28 April last. 

Heir, nephew John, son of Nicholas, brother of said A. C., 
aged 23 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Chapelry of Bury in Wesburton and 3 messuages and 
land there, 1 messuage and land in Bury. 

278. 

RICHAED COOKE, yeo. Vol. 453, No. 95. 
Shoreham, 29 July 5 Charles. Died 20 June last. 
Heir, son Edward Cooke, aged 6 years 4 months. 



60 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. Manors of Field and Knell alias Knoll and 2 messuages 
with land and \2d. rent with appurts. in Goring, Tarring, Broadwater, 
and Dirrington. "Field" and "Knell" lands, "Footslands" and 
" Lucas " in same parishes, 1 messuage, etc., in Tarring, lands in Goring, 
Tarring, and Broadwater, other lands in Goring, late bought of Thos. 
Cooke, sen., and Thos. Cooke, jun., "Whitehall" in Goring. Made will 
18 June last and gave all to Edward Cooke his elder son, with 
remainder to George Cooke his younger son, remainder to Robert 
Cooke, brother of R. C., remainder to his own right heirs. 

279. 

JOHN COOKE. Vol. 739, No. 49. 

E. G-., 2 Oct. 15 Charles. Died 8 July 1627. 

Heir, son John Cooke, aged 14 years 2 months 20 days. 

Lands. "Hobjohns Farm" and lands in Goring. 

280. 

HENRY COOKE alias BADMERINGE. Vol. 752, No. 201. 
Petworth, 20 Aug. 17 Chas. Died 7 March last. 
Heir, son Thomas Cooke alias Badmeringe, aged 21 and more. 
Lands. Property in West Grinstead, etc. 

281. 

JOHN COOPER, sen., gent., of Sompting. Vol. 233, No. 37. 

Arundel, 28 Oct. 34 Eiiz. Died 5 Oct. 34 Eliz. 

Heir, son John, aged 35 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Seized of manor of Lechepoole. land at Cokeham, in 
Somptiug called " Averyes," and by deed dated 14 Feb. 13 Eliz. 
enfeoffed John Cooke of Barcombe, yeo., and Thomas Cooper his 
brother, to use of John Cooper, jun., son and heir. 

282. 

THOMAS COOPEB, gent. Vol. 330, No. 23. 

E. G., 15 July 10 James. Died 12 April last. 

Heir, son John Cooper, esq., aged 33 years. 

Lands. " Blachmers " and land belonging in Slyudfold, cottages 
and lands in S. and Poling, " le Old field" and " Threeles croft" in 
West Angmering, 2 messuages, etc., and land in Limister. 

283. 

EDWARD COOPER, gent. Vol. 401, No. 98. 

Horsham, 31 July 21 James. Died 8 Aug. last s.p. 

Heir, brother Ralph Cooper, aged 50 and more. 

Lands. " Strood alias Stroodlands," " Meanelands," and " Red- 
lands," and reversion of manor of Clymesfold alias Clempesfold in 
Slinfold, " Pensfold " in Slinfold for self aud heirs male, remainder to 
Ralph Cooper his brother, remainder to Robert Cooper, another 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 61 

brother, remainder to Robert Short and his heirs, " Whitebeards" and 
" Norlands " in Warnham, " Noddings " in Chiddingfold, lands in 
Ewhurst, "Naldrett" in Ockley, "Exfelds" and " Pollingfold " in 
Abinger, " Skechers " and " Frenches " in Wootton. E. C. made will 
10 Feb. 1621 and gave to Robert Cooper his cousin "Norlands," and 
remainder to his brother Ralph C. for life, remainder to Thomas C., 
son of Ralph, remainder to Edward C., younger son of Ralph, 
remainder to aforesaid Robert C. and heirs male, remainder to Ralph 
Cooper, younger son of Robert Cooper, father of aforesaid Robert, 
with divers remainders over as by his last will appears. 

284. 

RICHAED COOPER alias BUTCHER. Vol. 750, No. 110. 

E. G., 2 Nov. 3 Charles. Died 30 Nov. 1622. 

Heir, son Richard Cooper alias Butcher, aged 16 years and 
1 month. 

Lands. Lands and tenements called "Hawkes hill" in Rudgewick, 
and a messuage and farm called " Lynwick lands" and " Padley 
meade "in Rudgewick. 

285. 

ROGER COPLEY, knt. Vol. 89, No. 124. 

Crawley, 18 Nov. 3 Edward VI. Died 10 Sept. last. 

Heir, son Thomas Copley, aged 17 years 6 months 14 days. 

Lands. Manors of Roughay, Warneham, and Hurst, 4 messuages 
and lands in Roughay, Horsham, Warnham, Rowsper, and Hechyug- 
feld, and 2 messuages and lands in West Harting and South Harting, 
and with Elizabeth his wife by deed 1 May 29 Hen. VIII. granted to 
trustees to use of selves for lives and after of Thomas Copley, then 
son and heir of R. C. and his heirs male, remainder to heirs male of 
R. C., remainder to Mary Shelley, then wife of Tho. Shelley, gent., 
Bridget Copley, and Katherine Copley, daughters of said R. C., and 
their heirs, remainder to said Thomas Copley and his heirs. 

286. 

WILLIAM COPLEY, jun., esq. Vol. 502, No. 66. 

E. G., 16 Jan. (9) Charles. Died 5 July 21 James. 

Coheirs, daughters Mary C., aged 3 years 2 . . days, and Anne C., 
aged 10 months 17 days. 

Lands. Long before death of W. C. a certain William Copley of 
Gatton, Surrey, esq., his father, was seized of manor of Roughey in 
Sussex, " Hurst Farm " in R., lands called " Giblers," manors of 
Gatton and Colley, co. Surrey, " Maze " in Borough of Southwark, 
advowson of Gatton, " Lee or Leigh Farm " in Lee, co. Surrey, etc., 
by deed 7 .... (month illegible) 13 James, in consideration of 
marriage between W. C. and Anne Denton, settled them to use of 
self and Margaret his wife, then W. C. heirs male, then to John C. 
his son heirs male, then to William C. the father, and his heirs for 
ever. Anne, the widow, survives. 



62 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

287. 

WILLIAM COPPARD. Vol. 651, No. 146. 
E. G., 27 July 14 James. Died 7 Jan. 13 James. 
Heir, son Nicholas Coppard, aged 23 aud more. 
Lands. Messuage and lands called " Tomkyns Land " in Chailie 
and " Agmonds " in Chailie. 

288. 

JOHN CORNEFORD, yeo. Vol. 238, No. 71. 

Lewes, 12 April 30 Eliz. Died 18 Nov. last at Kingmer. 

Heir, son John, aged 28 at Inq. 

Lands. "Boyles," "Busses alias Eose alias Bussis " in E. G., 
" Beneham " and other lands in Eingmer. He made will 9 Feb. 
35 Eliz. and left " Beneham " to his wife Elenor for life, remainder to 
Drew C. his junior son, remainder to John C. his son. 

289. 

EICHARD COSTERDELL of Bolney. Vol. 422, No. 24, Vol. 717, 
No. 104, and Vol. 495, No. 62. 

Petworth, 3 April 21 James. Died 6 Nov. 19 James at Bolney. 

Heir, only son Eichard Costedell, aged 3 years 10 months 20 days. 

Lands in Bolney, Twineham, Cuckfield, and Woodmancoate. 
Anne Michell, now wife of John M. and mother of E. C. the son, has 
received rents and profits. 

290. 

WILLIAM COVERT, esq. Vol. 10, No. 39. 

Inquisition, 28 Oct. 10 Hen. VII. Died 20 Sept. same year. 

Heir, son John Covert, aged 22 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Slaugham, Twynham, and Poling. 

291. 

JOHN COVERT, esq. Vol. 23, No. 261. 

Lewes, 1 Nov. 21 Hen. VII. Died 12 Aug. 18 Hen. VII., sic for 
19 Hen. VII. 

Coheirs, daughters Anne C., aged 6, Elizabeth C., aged 3, and 
Dorothy C., aged 2. 

Lands. Manors of Slaugham, Twyneham, Sokenersh, Hangleton, 
Benyndenn, and Poling, and ^ the manor of Chiltington Ferring. 
Made will 6 Aug. 19 Hen. VII. Wm. Covert my father, deceased 
Anne Covert my mother Isabel my wife cousins Eoger C. and 
Eichard C. 

292. 

EICHARD COVERTE, esq. Vol. 191, No. 70. 
Cuckfield, 12 April 22 Eliz. Died 10 Sept. 21 Eliz. 
Heir, son Walter Coverte, esq., aged 30. 

Lands. Manors of Slaugham, Twineham, Bradbridge, Ashington, 
Eustington, Hangleton, and Pawelthorne, "Dencombe" in Slaugham, 



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tenements, etc., in Washington, Bevingdean, Ifield, and Burpham, also 
of reversion after the death of Ann Covert, widow of John Covert, 
of lands called " Sheprodes " and " Blackelande." 



293. 

SIR WALTER COVERT of Slaugham, knt. Vol. 490, No. 187. 

Shoreham, 9 Aug. 8 Charles. Died . . Jan. last, s.p. 

Heir, niece Anne, late wife of Sir Walter Covert of Maidstone, 
deceased, is next heir, viz., only daughter of John C., brother of 
Sir W. C., aged . . years. 

Lands. John Shurley, knt., now deceased, was seized of manors 
of Iford and Crawley, advowson of Crawley, and made settlement on 
marriage of Jane his daughter with W. C., large properties specified 
in Sussex. Deed made 26 July .... Charles, marriage already taken 
place, settlement to self heirs male, then to Thomas Covert and John 
Covert, sons of Sir Walter C. of Maidstone, knt., deceased, then to 
William C., esq., which William was son of William C., esq., brother 
of Bichard C., esq., father of Sir W. C., Walter Covert, eldest son of 
George C., son of Humphrey C., son of George Covert, uncle to said 
Richard C., father of Sir W. C., and to Walter Covert, son of said 
Walter C., and to Thomas C., third sou of said George C. Jane, the 
widow of Sir W. C., and John, son of Sir Walter Covert of Maidstone, 
survive. 

294. 

LADY ANNE COVERT, widow of Sir Walter Covert of Maidstone, 
knt. Vol. 482, No. 55. 

East Greenwich, 7 Nov. 8 Charles. Died 22 Sept. last. 

Heir, son Thomas Covert, aged 14 years 1 month 1 week days. 

Lands. Manors of Ifield and Crawley. 

From this Inquisition the following Pedigree may be gathered : 



(John) Coverfr=p George Covert=p 



1 1 

Eichard C =p William C =f 
I 1 


Humphrey C.^ 


Sir Walter=Jane, da. of Sir John C.=p 
C. of Slang- John Shirley, 
ham, s.p. knt., mar. about 


"William C.=F George C.^ 
of Slowe. 


30 May 20 
James. 
A. C =j=Sir ^ 
C.of 
stone 




1 1 
Walter Walter C.=f= Thomas 
Maid- 3rd son 

. 


Thomas C. John C. 


1 
Walter C., eldest son. 



64 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

295. 

JOHN COWPEB. Vol. 97, No. 103. 

Steyning, 27 Sept. 6 Edw. VI. Died 20 Dec. 4 Edw. VI. 

Heir, son Anthony, of full age. 

Lands. J. C. and Margaret his wife and John Cowper, jun., 
seized of lands in Dichatn and Harting, and levied a fine Mich. 
2 Edw. VI. to use of selves and John Cowper, jun., Margaret and John 
Cowper, jun., yet living. .7. C.'s will left property to his daughters 
Joan Lytle and Anne Strellet if his son Anthony died s.p. 

296. 

RALPH COWPEB. Vol. 175,, No. 94. 

Horsham, 15 June 18 Eliz. Died at Slinfold 7 June 16 Eliz. 
Heir, son Edward Cowper, aged 9 at Inq. 

Lands. Capital messuage and lands in Slinfold called " Strode 
lands," also barn and lands called " Peomisfold " in Slinfold. 

297. 

JOHN COWPEB, gent. Vol. 214, No. 170. 

Chichester, 9 Jan. 29 Eliz. Died 12 Sept. last. 

Heir, son John C., gent., aged 30 and more. 

Lands in Sunworth, Est Chalveryche, and Beryton, co. Surrey, in 
Dycham and Harting, co. Sussex, also " Nasheland " and " Tradland " 
in Nursted, parish of Beryton, Surrey, also " Pokeland " in same 
parish, which he had by gift of Richard Dereing, esq. 

298. 

JOHN COWPEB, yeo. Vol. 238, No. 57. 

Chichester, 1 March 36 Eliz. Died 12 Jan. last at Sompting. 

Coheirs, daughters Anne C., aged 12 years and 6 months, Joan C., 
aged 11 years and 3 months, Jane C., aged 9 years and 7 months. 

Lands. Manor of Lychpoole, lands called " Averyes " in Sompting 
and Cokeham, and lands called " Rucklande," " Cabucklefield," and 
" Cheesemans," " Graynwychfield," and "Fyggs." 

299. 

RICHABD COWPEB, gent. Vol. 242, No. 25. 

Arundel, 9 April 37 Eliz. Died 1 March 34 Eliz. at Dorking. 

Heir, son Richard C., gent., aged 21 years and more at Inq. 

Lands. " Hyems " in Rusper, manor of Prestwood, land called 
" Fanneyfeld," also " Gotewicke " in Rusper, " Stonemeade alias 
Strowdemeade," lands called " Bonnetts" and " Spittens alias Churche- 
feldes." Charles Taylor, gent., in right of Jane his wife, seized of 
manor of Axsuntes in Rusper for life, with remainder to R. C. 

300. 

RICHABD COWPEB alias STENTNGE of Lurgashall, yeo. Vol. 323, 
No. 84. 

E. Gr., 1 Nov. 9 James. Died 4 July 7 James at Lurgashall. 



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Heir, brother Thomas Cowper alias Stenynge, aged 17 and more. 

Lands. "Rendhurst alias Randhurst," messuage, etc., in Lurgas- 
hall, " Grenelands," "Morelands" in L., "Joyesland" in L. and 
Petworth. 

301. 

JOHN COWPEK, gent. Vol. 361, No. 125. 

E. Gr., 6 June 14 James. Died last Nov. last at Leigh, co. 
Kent. 

Heir, grandson John (illegible, but from other sources Cowper) 
Pankherst, son of Stephen P., is cousin and heir, viz., son of Mary P., 
daughter of J. C., aged 9 years 8 months. 

Lands." Fonts " in Heathfield, " Southeye " in Bexhill, " Mar- 
lynges " and " Smythes " in Mayfield. 



302. 

JOHN COWPER, jun., of Ditcham, esq. Vol. 378, No. 126. 

Petworth, 20 July 17 James. Died 26 April 16 James, s.p. (at 
Harting). 

Heir, John, son of Henry Cowper, deceased, son of John Cowper, 
sen., is next heir and under age, viz., (illegible) years and 9 months. 

Lands. John Cowper, sen., esq., father of J. C., was seized of 
capital messuage called " Ditcham House," lands (named) in Harting, 
co. Sussex, and Buriton, co. Hants, " Ditcham Park " and " Stand- 
bridge " in Buriton, and by deed 1 Dec. 1 James covenanted with 
John Morley, knt., and Edward Morley, now knt., his brother, on 
marriage of J. C., jun., with Magdalen Morley, their sister, to pay 
her 100 a year for life, and entailed on heirs male of J. and M. C., 
remainder to Henry C., 2nd son of John C., sen., remainder to Rich- 
ard C., 3rd son of John C., sen., remainder to right heirs John C., sen. 
J. C., jun., also seized of "Houndhurst alias Hounster," " Grlidwish " 
and " Courtland " in Burwash, and by deed 2 Dec. 12 James settled 
ou self and Magdalen longer liver, heirs male, remainder to John C., 
sen., remainder to Henry, remainder to Richard. Henry Cowper died 
at Harting 7 July 15 James. John Cowper. sen., and Magdalen still 
living at Harting. 

303. 

JOHN COWPEB, gent. Vol. 378, No. 127. 

E. G-., 8 Sept. 17 James. Died 7 June last. 

Heir, only son "William Cowper, aged 5 years 3 months 4 days. 

Lands in Lymister alias Lyminster, Poleing, and Warningcamp. 
Thomas Cowper, father of J. C., was seized of " Blatchmeares " in 
Slynfold, and on 14 Aug. 4 James, for marriage between J. C. and 
Elizabeth Crush, conveyed to them and heirs after his death. J. C. 
married said Eliz. at Slinfold 20 Sept. 5 Jas. Thomas C. died at 
Slinfold 12 April 10 James. J. C. made will 20 Dec. last and left 
2 parts to wife Elizabeth for life, and then to son "William Cowper. 

YOL. XIV. F 



66 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

304. 

RICHABD COWPEB of the City of Chichester, gent. Vol. 731, 
No. 122. 

Petworth, 28 Sept. 13 Charles. Died 20 June 10 Charles. 

Heir, only son Richard, aged 8 years 2 months. 

Lands. Messuage and garden, etc., in South Street, Chichester, 
and another messuage and garden in All Saints, Chichester. 

305. 

JOHN CBABBE, gent. Vol. 465, No. 30. 

E. GK, 2 Nov. 5 Charles. Died 9 May 4 Charles at Crawley. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth Crabbe, aged 18, Lidia, aged 17, now 
wife of Wm. Blackwell, citizen and merchant tailor, and Anne Crabbe, 
aged 14. 

Lands. John Jowre, gent., and Letticia his wife, and John Wat- 
son, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, in right of their wives, were seized 
of capital messuage and land in Willie and Bentley, Hants, and levied 
a fine 1 Charles to said J. C. J. C. left will. 

306. 

RICHAED CBANE. Vol. 110, No. 155. 

Lewes, 12 June 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. Died 26 July last. 
Heir, son Peter Crane, aged 3 years and more at Inq. 
Lands in Kingston, near Lewes. John Crane (father of Richard) 
and Joan his wife. 

307. 

JOHN CBOWCHEB of North Marden. Vol. 135, No. 30. 

Arundel, 25 Feb. 5 Elizabeth. Died 21 Dec. 1562. 

Heir, son Richard Crowcher, aged 11 years 10 months 3 weeks. 

Lands. Tenement and pasture in North Marden. Will dated 
12 Dec. 1562, bequeaths two parts of lands and tenements to wife 
Agnes towards the bringing up and marriage of children until son 
Richard is 22. 

308. 

RICHABD CBOWCHEB. Vol. 143, No. 31. 

Horsham, 26 March 8 Eliz. Died 6 Jan. 8 Eliz. 

Heir, brother Thomas Crowcher, aged 3 years on 25 July last. 

Lands. Lands called " Shepepasture " in North Marden. John 
Crowcher, father of Richard, by will dated 20 Dec. 1562 left two- 
thirds of his lands to his wife Agnes until his heir attained 22. 

309. 

RICHABD CBOWCHEB, a minor. Vol. 167, No. 99. 
Chichester, 3 June 16 Eliz. Died 6 Jan. 8 Eliz. 
Heir, sister Alice, now wife of Thomas Grenefylde, daughter of 
John Crowcher, father of said R. C., by Joan his wife, and aged 25. 
Lands called " Shepepasture " in North Marden, 






SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 67 

310. 

HENRY CROWCHER, sen., yeo. Vol. 208, Nq. 210. 
Chichester, 9 Sept. 27 Eliz. Died 9 April last. 
Heir, son Henry, aged 9 years 3 months at Inq. 
Lands. Messuage and lands in Northmarden. Made will "to 
wife Katherine two parts of my land till Henrie my son is 22." 

311. 

HENBY CROWCHER. Vol. 230, No. 36. 

Petworth, 7 June 35 Eliz. Died 6 May 35 Eliz. at Lewes, s.p. 

Heir, brother Richard, aged 15 years and 11 months and not more. 

Lands in Northmarden. H. C. was son and heir of Henry 
Crowcher, sen., deceased, who died at Northmarden (Inq. 9 Sept. 
27 Eliz.), and had wife named Katherine. 

312. 

THOMAS CRTJNDEN, yeo. Vol. 519, No. 82. 

Lewes, 18 March 10 Charles. Died 26 Dec. last. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 5 years 10 months. 

Lands in Eastbourne, messuage, etc., a smith's shop or forge, 
" Sheltons," "Jesus House" in Eastbourne, "Porters mershe" in 
Willingdon, " Eightacres " and " le Ham" in Eastbourne, land in 
Hellingly and Hailsham. Alice, the widow, survives and claims 
dower. 

313. 

JOHN CULPEPEB. Vol. 141, No. 14. 

E. G., 24 Oct. 7 Eliz. Died at Wakehurst 28 March 1565. 

Heir, son Thomas Culpeper, aged 40. 

Lands. Manors of Wakehurst, Great Wickham (in Clayton, 
Keymer, Hurstpierpoint, Patcham, and Piecombe), "Little Wickham " 
in Steyning, lands called " Bevingdean " in Palmer, " Southwyke " in 
Southwick, " Stumblehole," " Christmasland," and " Lynders " in Ifield 
and Rusper, " Culpepperes land " in Kingston, near Lewes, " Tynsley " 
in Worth, " Mylland " and " Pvckerage " in Ardingly and West 
Hoathly. 

314. 

THOMAS CULPEPPEE, esq. Vol. 159, No. 46. 

Horshara, 14 Aug. 13 Eliz. Died 1 April 13 Eliz. 

Heir, son Edward Culpeper, aged 9. 

Lands. Manor of Wakehurst and lands in Ardingly, (West) 
Hoathly, E. G-., Worth, Horsted Keynes, Balcombe, and Southwick, 
also lands called " Bevingden " in Falmer, settled by deed, 8 Oct. 
7 Eliz., on his marriage with Ann Bolney of Bolney, widow, on her for 
life, and after on his heirs. T. C. also seized of manor of Great 
Wykhain in Clayton, Keymer, Hurstpierpoint, Patcham, and Piecombe, 
and lands in Ifield and Rusper. Made will 16 Feb. 13 Eliz. wife 
Ann son Edward brothers Thomas, Richard, and Nicholas Culpeper. 

F 2 



68 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

315. 

THOMAS CULPEPER, gent. Vol. 270, No. 134. 

E. G., last June 44 Eliz. Died 13 April 44 Eliz. at Balcombe. 

Heir, " cousin and next heir " Edward Culpeper, aged 20 and 
more. 

Lands." Nylands " in Balcombe. " Hillands " in B. T. C. 1 Aug. 
26 Eliz. granted to John Threle of Hurstpierpoint, esq., and Joan F., 
daughter of John Fynes of Claverham in Arlington, deceased, for use 
of himself, Joan, and their heirs, remainder to Edward Culpeper of 
Wakehurst, esq. Joan, his widow, is still living at Balcomb. 

316. 



THOMAS CULPEPER, esq. Vol. 341, No. 53, and Vol. 355, No. 70. 

E. G., 7 May 12 James. Died 18 Sept. last. 

Heir, son Slaney C., esq., aged 14 years 10 months 18 days. 

Lands. John Culpeper, esq., father of T. C., seized of manor of 
Wigsel, and on 6 May 31 Eliz. settled on self, wife Elizabeth, then on 
T. C. and wife Anne. Anne died 20 Feb. 3 James. John died 
20 Oct. 10 James. Elizabeth survives at Newenden. 

317. 

EDWARD CULPEPER, knt. Vol. 456, No. 80. 

E. G., 6 Oct. 6 Charles. Died 10 April last. 

Heir, son Sir "William C., aged 27 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Wakehurst, advowson of Ardinglye, " Titting- 
herst " in Ardingly, Strudgate, manor of Wickham, manor and farm 
of Bevenden, " Mousecombe " in Clayton, Keymer, Pyecombe, Falmer, 
Brighton, Patcham, Preston, etc. On 10 April 2 Charles, in considera- 
tion of marriage between Wm. C., son and heir apparent (now bart.), 
and Jane, daughter of Ben Pellett, knt., made settlement on "W. C., 
heirs male, remainder to Edward C. his son, remainder to his right 
heirs. E. C. seized also of manors of Burstowe, Ockley, and Eawley, 
co. Surrey. Elizabeth his widow survives. 



DACRE. See FYNES, FENYS, etc. 

318. 

CHRISTOPHER DARCTE, knt. Vol. 622, No. 29. 

Lewes, 26 April 15 Charles. Died 

Heir not given. Made will 11 Dec. 10 Chas. wife Mary son 
Charles at 21. 

Lands. Manor of Birlinge, formerly in tenure of Edward Darcye, 
esq., and now of Henry Porter, gent., Thomas Holland, yeo., and 
others. 11 Dec. 10 Charles made will as Sir C. D. of City of London, 
knt. wife Dame Mary D. my son Charles under 15 house in 
Holborn uncle William Argent of Grays Inn, esq. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 69 

319. 

EDWARD DARKENALL. Vol. 187, No. 92. 

Horsham, 23 April 21 Eliz. Died 22 March 15 Eliz. at Slinfold. 

Heir, grandson Edward Darkenall, son and heir of John D., 
deceased, son and heir of E. D., aged 18 years 2 months 11 days at Inq. 

Lands. " Syngells " and " Netherlands," " Collyers," " Mare- 
lands " and " Edes " in Hitchingfield, " Feldelonds " in Billingshurst, 
and by deed 10 Oct. 8 Eliz. granted to Edward D., one of his sons, for 
15 years at rent of 37*. 

320. 

EDWARD DARRELL, esq. Vol. 167, No. 93. 

Crawley, 25 Feb. 16 Eliz. Died at Bowley in Sussex 25 June 
15 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas Darrell, aged 19 years 10 months 15 days. 

Lands. Manor of Nytymbre, lands in Charleton, rent and profits 
of port of Witringes. Made will 19 Feb. 9 Eliz. as Edward Darrell, 
Clarke of the Caterye to the Queues highness, and left two-thirds of 
the manor to bring up children. 

321. 

JOHN DAWTRET, knt. Vol. 92, No. 97. 

Horsham, 30 March 4 Edw. VI. Died 17 Dec. 3 Edw. VI. 

Heir, son Richard D., esq., aged 31 at Inq. 

Lands. "More Place," " Morelands," and "Halland" in Pet- 
worth, and on 6 Feb. 2 Edw. VI. gave John D. his son annual rent 
of 10 out of them, and on 5 March 2 Edw. VI. settled on himself 
for life, then on William Dawtrey his son, then on John D. his son, 
then on Thomas D. his son, remainder to Edmund D. (Phis son), 
remainder to Richard D. his son, remainder to Edward D., remainder 
to Anthony D., remainder to Francis D., remainder to right heirs. 
John Dawtrey, father of J. D., seized of manor of Alleworth and 
Bromes in Alles worth and Chilgrove, parishes of Borne (viz., West- 
borne) and West Dene. Property in Tollington, Fittleworth, and 
Grraffam 16 May 16 Hen. VIII. settled on his son and heir and Joane 
Assheby, widow, daughter of Wm. Scardevile and their heirs. J. D. 
married J. A. J. D., knt., made will 13 Dec. 3 Edw. VI. Jane D. 
and Anne D. my 2 daughters Edward my son Thomas my son 
William my son Dame Joane sole ex'trix. 

322. 

JOHN DAWTRET, knt. Vol. 34, No. 10. 

Chichester, 17 June 11 Hen. VIII. Died 23 Nov. last. 

Heir, son Francis, aged 8 years. 

Lands. Manor of Hunston, lands in E. Wittering, W. Wittering, 
Northmundham, Byrdham, Teryke, Petworth, etc., and by deed 
17 Jan. 24 Hen. VII. granted to use of himself and Isabell, daughter 
of Ralph Sherley, esq., his wife and heirs male, and after had issue 
Francis Dawtrey. 






70 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

323. 

JOHN DAWTREY, knt. Vol. 69, No. 125. 

Chichester, 27 Oct. 35 Hen. VIII Died 21 Sept. 34 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, son John D. of Rotham, of full age. 

Lands. " Le More Place" and "Millonds" in Petworth, etc., 
lands in Upwaltham, Donkyngton, etc. 

324. 

RICHARD DAWTREY, esq., an idiot. Vol. 172, No. 117. 

E. GK, 24 Oct. 17 Eliz. Died at Parham 10 Feb. 1 Mary. 

Heir, 1st cousin Nicholas Dawtrey, gent., viz., son Anthony, son 
John D., knt., father of John D., knt., father of E. D., and aged 4 years 
at his death. William Dawtrey, esq., has intruded himself into all 
the possessions of R. D. and still receives the issues. 

Lands called "Mooreplace" and "Moorelands" in Petworth, 
"Hallande" and other (named) lands in Petworth, manor of All- 
worthe in Borne, lands in Tullington, Fittleworth, Gfrafham, Upwalt- 
ham, and Kirdford, manor of Torring Cameas and manor of Eivers 
in Essex. 

325. 

WILLIAM DAWTEEY. Vol. 231, No. 78, and Vol. 267, No. 40. 

Chichester, 26 Aug. 33 Eliz. Died 13 June 33 Eliz. 

Heir, grandson Henry D., son and heir of William Dawtrey, son 
and heir of W. D., who died before his father, leaving wife Dorothy, 
eldest daughter of Richard Stonley of London, esq., son Henry, and 
da. Anne (W. D. and D. S. married about 16 Eliz.). Age of Henry 
gone. 

Lands. " More Place " in Petworth, lands in Upwaltham, Pet- 
worth, Kirdford, Fittleworth, etc. 

326. 

FRANCIS DAWTREY, gent. Vol. 567, No. 83. 

Chichester, 21 June 14 Charles. Died 11 April last. 

Heir, nephew John King, eldest son, Anne, widow of Edward King, 
deceased, and only sister of F. D., aged 22 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and lands and rights belonging in Upper Fittle- 
worth called "Breads alias Fits le Roy" and the manor of River and 
Crowsole, meadow called Trippemead in Berry, and other lands in 
Berry Coates and Fittleworth. 

327. 

WILLIAM DAY. Vol. 340, No. 212. 

E. GK, 2 Nov. 11 James. Died 2 Feb. 35 Eliz. at Uckfield. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 9 months 6 days. 

Lands. " Downeland " and " Halfeyard" in Uckfield. 



DE LA WARR. See WEST. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 71 

328. 

JOHN DELVE. Vol. 97, No. 117 (1). 
Steyning, 27 Sept. 6 Edw. VI. 

J. D. is an idiot of weak mind and has been so from his birth. 
Heir, (? brother) Thomas Delve, aged 40 and more at Inq. 
Lands. None but annual rent of 4 marcs by will of his father 
Thomas Delve, deceased. 

329. 

GEORGE DENIS, gent. Vol. 360, Nos. 23 and 24. 

Petworth, 1 April 15 James. Died 13 June 13 James. 

Heir, daughter Margaret, now wife of Eobert Byrch, aged 26 and 
more. 

Lands. Capital messuage and lands in Eastbourne called "Tod- 
hams," and lands in Ichenor. Margaret and her husband have 
received rents. 

330. 

THOMAS, EARL DERBY, son of GEORGE STANLEY, knt., LORD LE 
STRANGE. Vol. 38, No. 10, and Vol. 81, No. 247. 

Crawley, 4 Oct. 14 Hen. VIII. Died 24 May 13 Hen. VIII. at 
So . . . ., co. Middlesex. 

Heir, eon Edward Stanley, aged 12 on said 24th May. 

Lands. One-eighth part of the Castle and Barony of Lewes, 
formerly belonging to Edmund Lenthall, one-eighth of manors of 
Hunden, Kemar, Cokefeld Clauditor, and Haldelegh, half manors of 
Meching, Peding . ., Cokefeld, Alyngton, and Seeford, etc. 

331. 

EICHARD DEVENTSHE. Vol. 67, No. 108. 

Bramber, 10 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 22 July 26 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Thomas Devenyshe, aged 31. 

Lands. Manors of Horselonger, Buxstepe, Dallington, Morehaull, 
Haull, Warblington, and Mavese, and land in Arlington called 
" Milton," and the reversion after the death of Faith, widow of his 
father John Devenyshe, of the manors of Peplesham in Bexhill, 
Burwash, Crowhurst, Catsfield and . . . ., co. Sussex. Faith is still 
living. 

Settlements, 1 May 16 Hen. VIII., on Alice Eatleff, then his 
wife, Thomas Devenyshe his son and heir apparent, Anne, wife of the 
said Thomas, and their heirs, with remainder to heirs of E. D. 

332. 

EICHARD DINGLEY, gent. Vol. 238, No. 81. 

E. G., 9 March 36 Eliz. Died 14 Sept. 35 Eliz. 

Heir, son John Dyngley, jun., aged 3 years and 10 months. 

Lands. John D., esq., father of E. D., on 20 Nov. 31 Eliz., as 
J. D. of Wolverton, I.W., esq., granted manors of Frognall in Chisle- 
hurst and Aldwick, Sussex, to E. D. and Anne his wife for life, with 
remainder to heirs male. Anne survives. 



72 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

333. 

THOMAS DIRKIN of E. GK Vol. 278, No. 157. 

Horsham, 22 Oct. 35 Eliz. Died 20 Oct. 1575. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 50 years and more. 

Lands in Horsted Keynes, " Brokefield," " Kitchen Croft," 
" Algates," "Alvers," " Deanemeade," "Charles," "Pet meade," etc., 
and by deed, 22 May 12 Eliz., in consideration of marriage between 
Edward D. his son, and Agnes, daughter of Christopher Killick of 
Blechinglye, co. Surrey, yeo., enfeoffed trustees to uses. 

334. 

WALTEB DOBELL, esq. Vol. 419, No. 15. 

New Shoreham, 11 Oct. 1 Charles. Died 29 Jan. last. 

Heir, only son Walter Dobell, esq., aged 41 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Westmeston alias Westmiston in Westmeston, 
Chayly, Streat, Newicke, Lyndfield, Dycheling, and Plumpton, a 
messuage, barn, garden, orchard, stable, and croft in Lewes, and half 
the manor of Middleton. 

335. 

THOMAS, EABL OF DOBSET. Vol. 311, No. 110. 

E. GK, 5 Sept. 7 James. Died 19 April 6 James at E. G-. 

Heir, Robert, Earl of Dorset, was his son and heir, now dead, and 
was aged 47 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Buckhurst, Tablehurst, Frogfirle, Alchornes, 
Imberhorne, Charknes, Claverham, Chiddingly, Withyham, Allington, 
Meeching, etc. "Will dated 11 Aug. 5 James entails property on 
Eobert Sackvill, Lord Buckhurst, eldest son, then on Thomas, youngest 
son, with remainder to John S. of Breade, esq., eldest son of Christo- 
pher S., my uncle, deceased, remainder to Andrew S. of Withyham, 
esq., 2nd son of said Christopher, remainder to Thomas S., 2nd son of 
William S. of Dorking. Cecilia, his Countess, survives, and is living 
at E. GK 

336. 

EOBEBT, EARL DOBSET. Vol. 312, No. 128. 
E. GK, 5 Sept. 7 James. Died 26 Feb. kst at E. GK 
Heir, son Richard, now Earl of Dorset, aged 19 years. 
Lands. As in 335. 

337. 

RICHABD, EARL OF DOBSET. Vol. 405, No. 153. 

E. GK, 7 Oct. 22 James (almost illegible). Died 

Heir, brother Edward, now Earl of Dorset. 

Lands. As in 335. On 26 Dec. 8 James settled on himself and 
heirs male, with remainder to Edward Sackvill, then esq., now Earl of 
Dorset, Richard S., esq., son and heir of said Edward. Will and 
several deeds quoted. 



SUSSEX INQtISltlONS. 73 

338. 

EGBERT DOWNER. Vol. 240, No. 1. 
Arundel, 10 Sept. 36 Eliz. Died 2 July 36 Eliz. 
Heir, son John, aged 14 years 3 months. 
Lands. A tenement and land in Northstooke. 

339. 

ANDREW DRAPER, gent. Vol. 252, No. 17. 

E. G-., 18 March 40 Eliz. Died 25 Jan. 1584-5 at Litlington. 

Heir, son John Draper, gent., aged 8 years 8 months 26 days, 
living at E. G. 

Lands in Litlington, late John Rodwells, now in occupation of 
Robert Brooke, gent., a tenement and land, etc., in Litlingtou, " le Hake " 
in Arlington. Made will 29 Dec. 1584, gave to his wife Jane. Jane 
entered into premises held of John Bootes, gent., deceased, and 
Stephen Rootes his son as of manor of Litlington. 

340. 

JANE DRAPER, widow. Vol. 253, No. 90. 

E. G-., 18 March 40 Eliz. Died 7 Oct. 39 Eliz. at Compton. 

Heir, cousin and heir (? grandson) Thomas A Wood, aged 6 years 
5 months 10 days, and is living at Westfield. 

Lands. Manor of Charlton in Westdeane, Litlington, Hailsham, 
Arlington, and Lullington, now in tenure of Robert A Brooke, gent., 
lands and houses in various tenures, and 5 Oct. 39 Eliz. left to John 
Draper, gent., her son, until a certain Thomas A Wood, son and heir 
of a certain Richard A Wood, deceased, sou and heir apparent while 
he lived of said Jane, should attain 21. 

341. 

JOHN DRAPER, gent. Vol. 351, No. 94. 

Petworth, 5 Sept. 13 James. Died 7 March last at Jevington. 

Heir, eldest son John, aged 14 years 3 months 26 days. 

Lands. Manor of Clopham with appurts. in Loynton alias 
Lyllington, co. Sussex, capital messuage in Lytlington, 4 other 
messuages and land in Litlington, " le Hake " in Arlington, 1 other 
messuage and garden in L., formerly in occupation of Robert 
A Brooke, lands in Hailsham, Westham, and Pevensey, 1 other messuage 
in Littlington, land in L., formerly " Maffayes," other land, formerly 
" Sayes," in L., pasture for sheep, etc., on Downs, 1 other messuage 
and land and pasture, etc., in Littlington, late hereditaments of a 
certain John Rodwell, deceased, late in occupation of said Robert 
A Brooke. John Draper, the son and heir, is living at Jevington. 

342. 

DoROTHr DREWE, widow. Vol. 247, No. 1. 

E. G., 14 July 38 Eliz. Died 28 Oct. 37 Eliz. at Fuutington. 

Heir, son Bradshawe Drewe, gent., aged 32 at Inq. 

Lands. " Bradbridge " in Bosham. 



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343. 

BRADSHAWE DREWE, esq. Vol. 341, No. 75. 
E. GK, 17 Aug. 12 James. Died 1 July last. 
Heir, son Francis, aged 6 on 2 Jan. last. 

Lands. Manor of Densworth in Funtingdon, property in Bridham, 
Bosham, and Chichester. 

344. 

EDWARD DREW. Vol. 378, No. 145. 

Petworth, 20 July 17 James. Died 1 May last at E. GK 

Heir, nephew John Drewe, sen., viz., son and heir of John Drewe, 
deceased, elder brother of E. D., aged 40 years and more at uncle's 
death. 

Lands. Manor of Brokehurst, " Fowlesmead," " Hurst et Clayes," 
" Coneyclappers " in E. Gr. Made will at Lewes 12 Jan. last and left 
to his cousin Robert Drewe and his heirs male, remainder to cousin 
John Drew, brother of Eobert, for life, remainder to Edward Drew, 
son of aforesaid John Drew, and heirs male, remainder to John, 
another son of John Drew. E. D. also seized of " Barnettsland place " 
in West Hothly, left to Edward Drewe, son of John Drewe, remainder 
John D., jun., son of John Drewe, sen. 



345. 

FRANCIS DREWE, gent. Vol. 459, No. 51. 

Shoreham, 10 March 5 Charles. Died 20 Oct. last. 

Heir, son Francis, aged 1 year. 

Lands. Manor of Densworth in Funtington and moiety of third 
part of manor of West Thorney Aglands, 1 messuage, etc., and land in 
St. Bartholomew's, near Chichester, land near Southgate and near 
Portfield, Chichester, " Holtfields " and " Lags " in Westhampnett, 
2 messuages and land in Birdham, 1 messuage, etc., in St. Pancras, 
Chichester, 1 water-mill and lands in Bosham called " Bradbridge," etc. 



346. 

FRANCIS DREWE, son and heir of Francis Drewe, gent. Vol. 488, 
No. 67. 

Shoreham, 1 Aug. 8 Charles. Died 30 Oct. 6 Charles. 

Heir, Martha Norton, wife of Q-regory Norton, bart., is aunt by 
the father's side of F. D. and aged 24 at his death. 

Lands. Francis Drewe, the father, was seized of manor of Dens- 
worth in Funtiugton and half manor of West Thorney Aglandes, 
messuage, land, etc., near Chichester, " Holtfield " and " Lags " in 
Westhampnett, messuages and land in Birdham, St. Pancras, Chichester, 
water-mill in Bosham called " Bradbridge," and died seized, and 
premises descended to F. D., but remained in King's hands by reason 
of his minority, as by Inq. at Shoreham 10 March 5 Chas. on Francis 
Drewe, the father. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 75 

347. 

EGBERT DBEWE. Vol. 764, No. 16. 

Buxted, 10 Aug. 18 Charles. Died 29 Jan. last. 

Coheirs, daughter Joan, wife of Lancelot Faulconer of Lewes, 
aged 21 and more, daughter Bridget Drew, aged 14 and more, and 
grandson Drew Sherman, son of Susan (another daughter of E. D.), 
aged 5 months and more. Susan married Edward Sherman, the 
younger, of Cuckfield. 

Lands. Lordship of Brokehurst in E. G. 

348. 

EDWARD DUDLEY, esq. File 1067, No. I. Exchequer Inqs. P.M. 

Petworth, 6 May 2 Hen. VIII. 

Jurors say Edward Dudley, esq., attainted of High Treason, was 
seized of half manor of Compton, co. Sussex, a messuage and lands in 
Compton, and by deed long before his attainder granted it to John 
Ernley at an annual rent of 13s. 4rf. Eoger Leukenor, son and heir of 
Eichard Leukenor, and grandson of Eoger Lewkenor, knt., conveyed 
manor of Sheffield and lands in Fletching, Godstone, Little Horsted, 
Grethorsted, Lyndefeld, Mayfeld, Pevensey, Bexhill, Lyngfeld, and 
Hertfeld, co. Sussex, to John Kyrton to use of John Ernley and 
Edward Dudley and their heirs. 

349. 

ARTHUR DUFFORD. Vol. 324, No. 158. 

E. G., 28 June 9 James. Died 1 May 8 James. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth, aged 8 years, and Eebecca, aged 
7 years. 

Lauds. "Brownings " and other lands in Wartling, Pevensey, and 
Hoo. Anne the widow survives at Wartling. 

350. 

JOHN DUNMOLL of Wadhurst, gent. Vol. 417, No. 35. 

New Shoreham, 3 Nov. 1 Charles. Died 8 Sept. 1 Charles at 
Wadhurst. 

Heir, son John, aged 33 and more. 

Lands. " Maplehurst," " Dores," and " Shovelshare " in "Wad- 
hurst, settled them on John Dunmoll the younger and Anne, daughter 
of Eobert Porter, clerk. J. D. seized of many other specified lands in 
Lamberhurst, Eynsford, etc., and made will 18 Jan. 22 James, and 
left to (1) John D., jun., his son, (2) Thos. D. his son, (3) James D., 
and made John D. executor. 

351. 

JOHN DUNSTALL. Vol. 341, No. 22. 
E. G., 1 Nov. 12 James. Died 9 Aug. last. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 18 years 6 months. 

Lands. John Dunstall, father of J. D., seized of lands in Cowfold, 
West Grinstead and Shermanbury, land called " Picknolls," and by 



76 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

a writing dated 26 July 8 James enfeoffed trustees to uses first of 
himself, then to J. D., then to Thomas, son of J. D., then to John, 
another son of J. D., then to William, another son of J. D., remainder 
to right heirs of John Dunstall the father, and died 20 Oct. 9 James 
at Cowfold. 

352. 

THOMAS DUNSTALL of Cowfold, yeo. Vol. 400, No. 66. 

E. G-., 3 Nov. 21 James. Died 26 Oct. 20 James. 

Heir, only son Thomas, aged 5 years 1 month. 

Lands. T. D. seized to self and heirs of Picknalls in Cowfold. 
Joan Dunstall, now wife of Roger Miehell and late wife of T. D., and 
Anne D., widow of John D., grandfather of T. D., are living. 

353. 

JOHN DUPPA. Vol. 605, No. 26. 

Petworth, 20 Aug. 16 Chas. (meant for 17 Chas.). Died 17 May 
12 Chas. 

Heir, son Thomas Duppa, gent., aged 30 and more. 

Lands. "Eriern," Mill place and pond adjoining, " Meadeplotts," 
" Belchambers," " Northcornons alias Beggarsbush," and " Catts mead " 
in Storrington. 

354. 

ABRAHAM DYKE, gent. Vol. 496, No. 115. 

E. G., 11 April 9 Charles. Died 10 Oct. last. 

Heir, brother Herbert Dyke, gent., aged 18 years 5 months. 

Lands. Manor of Laugney and Coalharbour, land in Westham 
and Willingdon, " Courthoates," " Colwood," and " Pilches," land in 
"Westham and Willingdon, " Longlands " in W. and W., manors of 
Horeham and Shelvesdowne in Waldron and Heathfield, lands in Ripe, 
Selmeston, Laughton, Chiddingly. Made will 10 Oct. last and left 
all to Thomas Dyke his 2nd brother. 



355. 

HERBERT DYKE, esq., brother and heir of Abraham Dyke, gent. 
Vol. 567, No. 82. 

Lewes, 29 March 14 Charles. Died 29 Sept. 1637. 

Heir, brother Thomas Dyke, aged 18 years 3 months 19 days. 

Lands. Inq. at E. Gr. 11 April 9 Charles, p.m. Abraham Dyke, 
gent., quoted (viz., Vol. 496, No. 115). Lands remained in hands of 
King during minority and still remain so. 1 July 12 Charles made 
will sisters Elizabeth D. and Sara D. lands to "William Dyke, 
clerk, his uncle, and Thomas Woodward, esq., his uncle, to pay debts 
and legacies, and after to his brother Thomas, remainder to John 
Dyke, son of Wm. Dyke, remainder to Robert Dyke, brother of John 
D., remainder to William Dyke, another brother of said John D., 
remainder to right heirs of Thomas Dyke, father of H. D. , 



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356. 

THOMAS DYNE, gent. Vol. 688, No. 24. 

E. G-., 21 April 1 Charles. Died 4 Sept, last. 

Heir, son Thomas D., aged 30 years and more. 

Lands. " Southins" and " Partlington alias Pattledens" in West- 
field, also " Lucas," " Collins," " Bucklands alias Partlington " in W., 
" the Oke " in W., land in W., " Gotwey alias Lucas " and " Glinewish " 
in Westfield, and by deed 24 Oct. 9 James enfeoffed Thomas Dyne 
his son and heir apparent to use of Thos. D., the son, and his heirs 
male, remainder to heirs male of T. D., the father. Edward Byne was 
seized of land, etc., in Cattesfield, " Barnefield," " Parsonage meade," 
"the five acre meadow," "the Bramblyfield," "the Bromyfield," and 
" the little three corner Brooke " in C., and by deed 21 May last 
enfeoffed T. D. on condition that if E. B., his heirs and assigns, paid 
T. D., his heirs and assigns, on 22 May 1627 at T. D.'s house in 
Battell 65 6s. Sd. it should be void. T. D. seized of " Sothington " 
in Westfield, a messuage, etc., and land called " Gabriells alias 
Greens " in E. G-., "the Hooke " in E. G. 

357. 

JOHN EDMONDES. Vol. 158, No. 36. 

Chichester, 11 April 13 Eliz. Died 30 Jan. 13 Eliz. 

Heir, son Walter Edmondes, aged 14 years 8 months 12 days. 

Lands. Manors of Berecourt, Wolbridge, Bukhara, Yapton, 
Yapton-Shulbrede, and Hesham St. John's, Rectory of Yapton, lands 
in Yapton, Barnham, Ford, Tortington, Clymping, Aldrington, Box- 
grave, and Littlehampton, and reversion after death of Lady Anne 
Maltravers, still living, of the manors of Hampton-Wickers, and 
Hampton- Wilcockes and the Rectory of Little Hampton. Made will 
15 Dec. 1570 to wife Eleanor manor and parsonage of Yapton, and 
executors to receive rents, etc., till sou and heir is 21. 

358. 

WALTER EDMONDS of Yapton, gent. Vol. 328, No. 171. 

Stopham Bridge, 19 Jan. 10 James. Died (date illegible). 

Heir, son William, aged 27. 

Lands. Manors of Berecourte and Willbridge, Yapton Bulsham, 
Yapton Coverts and Rectories, Yapton Shulbred, Ilsham St. John's, 
Little Hampton, lands in Yapton and Tortington. By deed 20 April 
9 James settled to uses of himself and Christopher, John, Thomas, 
Anthony, and Francis, 5 of his younger sons, Allen Edmonds another 
son, George E. youngest son. 20 April 10 James made will. Mar- 
garet the widow survives. 

359. 

WILLIAM EDMONDS, gent. C. 454, No. 16. 
Petworth, 3 Aug. 6 Charles. Died 12 April 6 Charles. 
Heir, eldest son William, aged 14 years 8 months. 



78 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. Manors of Bulsbam, Tapton Shulbred, Ilsham St. John's, 
Hampton "Wiohards, and Hampton Willcocks, and Bectory of Hamp- 
ton and Hampton Parva (Littlehampton), lands in Littlehampton, 
Ford, and Tortington. 

360. 

ROBERT EDSAWE, yeo. Vol. 581, No. 114, and Vol. 618, No. 19. 

Horsham, 21 March 14 Chas. Died 20 Nov. 1628. 

Heir, son Eobert, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Manor and farm of Chaucton in Washington, Findon, 
Wiston, and Bounton, and by deed 26 May 7 James conveyed "Trigolls" 
and " Campland," part of manor to trustees to use of self and after to 
son Eobert Edsawe. 

361. 

ABRAHAM EDWARDS, yeo. Vol. 355, No. 60. 

E. G., 15 April 14 James. Died 7 Aug. 13 James. 

Heir, niece Jane Stolian, viz., daughter of "William Edwards, son 
of John Edwards, father of A. E., aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Eichard Snelling, esq., and George Snelling, knt., seized 
of manors of Portslade and Atlingworth, advowson of Aldrington, etc., 
sold last Nov. 7 James to A. E. and Abraham Edwards of Brightling 
his cousin, who survives. 

362. 

THOMAS EDWARDS. Vol. 423, No. 65. 

Petworth, 26 July 2 Charles. Died 26 Oct. last. 

Heirs, daughters Susanna and Judith, both minors, ages illegible, 
except Susanna .... years 29 days. 

Lands. " Crouch alias Wenborne " in Wadhurst, " Burnas Close " 
and two acre field in Wadhurst, " Mabbfields," and " Sandfields," 
" Portcroft," "Broadfield," " Blossomfield," "Barefield," "Middle 
Field," " Walles," and " Eeed " in Wadhurst, " Lymendens " in 
Cousley wood, " Merrywethers hole," " little Hawkewell," " Old 
Beuges." Made will left to daughters Susanna and Judith and their 
heirs, and if s.p. then to John Edwards, son of his brother John 
Edwards, deceased. T. E. also seized of messuage in le Cliffe. 

363. 

JOHN EDWARDS. Vol. 511, No. 77. 

Shoreham, 27 March 10 Charles. Died 26 Nov. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 2 years 4 months. 

Lands. " Eakehill," " Ashurst Meade " in Cuckfield, messuage in 
Cliffe, near Lewes, called " Le Swan," cottage, etc., in Cliffe, " Fields " 
in Cuckfield, 3 messuages and land called " Benfields " in Portslade, 
East Aldrington and West Aldrington, bought of John Edwards, 
deceased, father of J. E., " New Mill " with land in Eolvynden, Kent. 
J. E. made will 20 Sept. last and left to his son John Edwards, with 
divers remainders as in will. Margaret, widow of J. E., survives and 
claims dower. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 79 

364. 

ABRAHAM EDWARDS. Vol. 622, No. 34. 

E. G., 10 March 19 Charles. Died 15 Sept. last. 

Heir, great-nephew John Edwards, son and heir of John Edwards, 
deceased, son and heir of John Edwards, also deceased, eldest brother 
while he liA r ed of A. E., aged 12 years 1 month 20 days. 

Lands. Manor of " Erlyes alias Erleg " in Brighthelmston, 
a messuage and appurts. in Worth, messuage and lands in E. G., 
messuage called "Bones," lands called " Westlands," "Norrises," part 
of manor of Bysshe in Home, co. Surrey. 

365. 

ABEAHAM EDWARDS, gent. Vol. 622, No. 30. 

E. G., 15 Jan. 20 Charles. Died 25 Oct. 19 Charles at Portslade. 

Heir, only son Abraham, aged 8 years 8 months. 

Lands. Manor of Porteslade and advowson of Aldrington Rectory, 
and by deed 29 July 15 Charles for 500 paid by John Porter, sen., 
esq., Thos. Aynscombe, esq., John Porter, jun., esq., and Thomas Hough- 
ton, gent., enfeoffed them in certain messuage and lands in Portslade by 
way of mortgage which is still unpaid, and A. E., by deed 14 March 
18 Charles, for 500 paid by Anne Michell, widow, mortgaged manor 
of Portslade to her. A. E. seized of manor of Atlingworth. Made 
will 16 April 1643. I make Abraham Edwards, gent., my younger 
brother, ex'or until my son Abraham E. attains 21. 

366. 

JOHN EDWARDS. Vol. 775, No. 23. 

E. G., 27 March 21 Charles. Died 11 July last, a minor and in 
ward to the King. 

Heirs, aunts (sisters of his father John E.), all aged 30 and more, 
Mary Ledbeter, widow of John Ledbeter, Jane, wife of Robert Smyth, 
Frances, wife of Walter Lucas, gent., and Elizabeth (cousin), daughter 
of Elizabeth, wife of John Chatfield, deceased, another sister of John 
Edwards, his father, aged 12 years 6 months. 

Lands. By Inquisition at Shoreham 27 March 10 Chas. p.m. John 
Edwards, father of J. E. (viz., Vol. 511, No. 77), it was found that he 
was seized of "Rakshill" and "Ashurstmead" in Cuckfield and a mes- 
suage in Cliffe called "le Swan," a cottage and lands in Cliffe, "Eeilds" 
in Cuckfield, " Benfields " and " Coopers " in Portslade and West Ald- 
rington, bought by John Edwards his grandfather, that he died 26 Nov. 
last, that J. E. was son and heir, aged 2 years 4 months, and that Mar- 
garet Edwards survived John Edwards her husband and claimed dower. 

367. 

THOMAS EGGLESDEAN. Vol. 593, No. 6. 
Lewes, 25 July 16 Chas. Died 30 July 1639. 

Heir, nephew Nicholas Maynard, i.e., son of Elizabeth Maynard, 
only sister and heir of T. E., who married Nicholas Maynard. 
Lands, Messuage and lands in Hoo and Catsfield. 



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368. 

JOHN ELLTOTT, yeo. Vol. 267, No. 109. 

Horsham, 1 June 44 Eliz. .Died 24 Nov. 34 Eliz. at Dallington. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 3 years 3 months. 

Lands. " Woodlands," " Sybbs," and "Stoneford" in Warbleton 
and Dallington, " Harberts " and " Barnetts " in Warbleton, lands in 
Wartling and Ashburnham. Widow Eleanor married Caleb Burdett, 
and they have taken rents and profits since his death. 



369. 

RICHARD ELPHICK. Vol. 242, No. 56. See Vol. 233, No. 12. 

Arundel, 9 April 37 Eliz. Died 21 Peb. 15 Eliz. at Seaforde. 

Heir, son John, aged 5. 

Lands called " Tottingworth " in Heathfield. The Jurors quote a 
previous Inquisition of 5 Aug. 34 Eliz., by which it was found that 
K. E. died 30 Oct. 28 Eliz., and that John Elphick was his son and 
heir, aged 8 years. 

370. 

JOHN ELFYCKE, lunatic. Vol. 307, No. 60. 

E. OK, 1 June 7 James. Is a lunatic and unable to manage his 
own affairs. 

Heir, son John Elfycke, aged 3 at Inq. 

Lands. " Goodyars," "Balls," and late "Strokers " in Arlington, 
" Hurts " and " Petfeilds " in Selmeston, 4 oxen, 2 cows, 3 bullocks, 
30 sheep, 10 lambs, etc. 

371. 

t 

THOMAS ELFICKE, gent. Vol. 341, No. 67. 

E. G., 16 Aug. 12 James. Died 27 Sept. last. 

Heir, only son Thomas Elficke, gent., aged 31 years. 

Lands. "Wilshams" in Ashbornham, "Palmers," " Pynnocks," 
" Ladylands," "Crouches," and "Hedgcroft" in Hoo, "Adams" and 
" Swyneham " in Crowhurst, " Stonecrofts " and " Barnetts " in Hails- 
ham, " Ballards " in Selmeston, portion of tithes on " Mousecombe " 
in Patcham, and lands late Eichard Challoner's, gent., and formerly 
" Ockendens " in Seaford, a shop late Edmund Elfick's, and other 
property in Seaford. 

372. 

THOMAS ELPHICKE. Vol. 375, No. 63. 

E. G., 21 Jan. 15 James. Died 25 March last at Chiddingly. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 30 years and more. 

Lands." Cookers," " Beards," " Keles," " Hoddingsdown," and 
"Weldowne," "Cooks," " Pickhaye meadow," all in Chiddingly, 
" Hooke " and " Alehurst " in Chiddingly and Waldron, " Bellcroft " 
in Waldron, " Amly " in Hellingly. 



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373. 

THOMAS ELFICKE, gent. Vol. 440, No. 71. 

Shoreham, 29 July 4 Charles. Died 24 June last. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas, aged 20 years 6 months and 20 days. 

Lands. Manor and farm of Sutton with appurts. in Sutton, Sea- 
ford and Chinting, " Adams " and " Swynehams " in Crowhurst, 
" Wilsham " in Ashburnham, and 3 acres in Willington. Will 
23 Sept. 2 Charles my lands in Ashbornham and Crowhurst to John E., 
Edward E., and Stephen E., 3 of my younger sons all other lands to 
son Thomas remainder to sons John, Edward, Stephen, Eobert, 
remainder to right heirs. 

374. 

JOHN ELFJCKE, Vol. 710, No. 25, and Vol. 776, No. 52. 

E. G., 9 Aug. 18 Chas. Died 2 June last. 

Heir, eldest son John, aged 9 years 7 months. 

Lands. "Turners" in Ifield, " Stumblehole" in Busper and 
Ifield, now in occupation of Elizabeth his widow, and " Christ- 
mas meade " in Eusper, in her occupation, also " Botlings hills," 
" Wickersfield " and " Scorpions " in Eusper and Ifield, and mes- 
suage and lands at Westgreen in Ifield, and a house in Worth in 
which he dwelt, and mill land in Charlewood, co. Surrey. On 
26 June 1641 made will and left " Stumblehole," " Christmas meade." 
" Botlings hills," " Wickersfield," and " Scorpions " to John Elficke his 
eldest son, " Turners " to George Elficke his 2nd son, and premises in 
Worth and Charlewood to Thomas Elficke his 3rd son. Elizabeth his 
widow survives. 

375. 

JOHN ELLES. Vol. 67, No. 129. 

Battle, 2 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 6 Oct. 30 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, son John, aged 10 years. 

Lands. " Vynales " in Nenfield, " Stakenden " in Cuckfield, and 
lands in Sedlescombe (mention of Joan, wife of said John). 

376. 

EDWARD ELETNGTON, esq. Exchequer File 1070, No. 2. 

Steyning, 17 Sept. 7 Hen. VIII. Died 7 July 7 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Edward Elrington, aged 8 years and more. 

Lands. John Apsley, esq., was seized of manor of Vdymere alias 
Odymere, co. Sussex, to use of said E. E. and his heirs, and on 15 Nov. 
20 Hen. VII. conveyed it to trustees for use of E. E. and Beatrice 
his wife and their heirs male, remainder to right heirs of E. E., now 
seized to use of Beatrice E. E. E. 4 May 7 Hen. VIII. granted to 
trustees "le Mote," "Bugsell," "Farygge," and "Hope" in Salehurst 
to use of E. E. and his heirs and for performance of his last will. By 
will he declared that Eichard Elryngton his son should have "Bugsell" 
at 22, and that Beatrice should have rents and profits meanwhile, and 
all his other lands in England to Edward E. his son and heir when of 
age, meanwhile Beatrice to have rents and profits. 

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82 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

377. 

JOHN ELSON. Yol. 436, No. 19. 
Shoreham, 9 Aug. 3 Chas. Died 16 Feb. 2 Chas. 
Heir, sou William, aged 21 and more. 

Lands in Barnham, West Angmering, Stophain, Lyminster, and 
Arundel. 

378. 

JOHN ELVEBED, gent. Vol. 407, No. 71. 

E. G., 20 Nov. 20 James. Died 6 .... 19 James. 

Heir, son John Elvered, aged 23 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Capital messuage called " Goodwins," " Palmers " and 
" Palmers brook," " Ingrams alias Oldehouse," " Glydds," " Fynch- 
crofts," " Sancottes," " Geanes marshes," and " Southey " in Pevensey 
and Bexhill settled on his son John Elvered, also " Hides " in Hoo, 
with remainder to Joane Wenham, widow, Dorothy, wife of William 
Relfe of Ashburnham, gent., and Elizabeth Petter, widow, daughters 
of J. E. (trustees, Nicholas Eversfield of Grove and John Porter of 
Lamberhurst) . 

379. 

JOHN EENELE. Vol. 35, No. 5. 

(illegible), 18 April 12 Hen. VIII. Died 22 April (? last). 

Heir, son William, aged 19 on 21 Dec. last. 

Lands. Manors of Sheffield, Bygnor, Newham, and Frogfurle, 
lands in E. Wittering, Siddlesham, E. and W. Angmering, Bepton, 
etc., and 16 Jan. 5 Hen. VIII. granted to trustees for himself, his heirs, 
and his last will. Thomas Sherman was seized of manor of Tollers 
with appurts. in Frogfirle in Alfriston, and granted to J. E., and J. E. 
by will left it to Gyles Fynes and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of 
J. E. (Very indistinct.) 

380. 

WILLIAM EENELET, esq. Vol. 75, No. 64. 

Petworth, 25 Oct. 38 Hen. VIII. Died 20 Jan. 37 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Francis, aged 18 and no more on 4 July 38 Hen. VIII. 

Lands. Long Inquisition, and rather faint. Will quoted wife 
Bridget my daughters sons Richard and John daughter Eliza- 
beth son Francis. 

381. 

FBANCIS EBNELET, a minor and in ward to the King. Vol. 92, 
No. 84. 

Horsham, last Oct. 4 Edw. VI. Died 10 Sept. 1 Edw. VI. at Bar- 
wicke, co. Northumberland, without heir. 

Heir, brother Eichard, son and now heir of William Erneley, aged 
9 years 8 months. 

Lands. William Erneley, deceased, father of F. E., was seized of 
manor of Est Wittering, messuage and lands in Birdham, Goring, 
Tangmere, Hunston,and North Mundham, late of John Erneley, father 
of William E., lands in West Wittering, Oving, Colleworth, Hesey, 



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and Compton. On 15 Aug. 30 Hen. VIII. settled same on marriage 
with Bridget Springe. Bridget survives at Cakkam, seized of lauds 
at Kirdford, Siddlesham, and Almodingtou. Made will 15 Jan. 1546 
(36 Hen. VIII.), wife Bridget ex'trix every one of my daughters. 
If Francis Erneley my eldest son die s.p. then lands to my son Rich- 
ard E., remainder to John my youngest son. William died 20 Jan. 
37 Hen. VIII. Francis Erneley was his son and heir, and on 2 Aug. 
1 Edw. VI. married in London City Eleanor Cutler, who now survives 
in London. 

382. 

JOAN EVEBARD, widow. Vol. 92, No. 104. 

Horsham, 5 Sept. 4 Edw. VI. Died 7 July last 1550. 

Heir, grandson Edward Banaster, son of Edward Banaster, son of 
J. E., aged 9 years 9 months 2 days. 

Lands. Manor of Horton Mabank alias Horton Horsey, co. 
Sussex, lands in Compton. Made will 9 May 3 Edw. VI., lands in 
Beddyng, Haberton, Horton, Henfield, and Southwyk Edward 
Banaster my sonnes sonne Mary Bellyugham my daughter Barbara 
Bellyngham my daughter Dorothe Goring my daughter. 

383. 

NICHOLAS EVERSFIELD. Vol. 97, No. 84. 

Lewes, 8 June 6 Edw. VI. Died 1 Sept. 5 Edw. VI. 

Heir, son John, aged 19 years 18 weeks and 5 days. 

Lands. Manor of Torryng Peverell in Fletching, E. G., Maresfield, 
Newick, Chailey, and Hartfield, messuages and lands, etc., in Maresfield, 
and messuage, etc., land in Kyngeston juxta Lewes, messuage and 
garden in Cliffe juxta Lewes, messuage and garden in Lewes, messuage 
and land, etc., in Retherfeld, land in Framfield called Brokefield. 

384. 

JOHN EVEBSFIELD, esq. Vol. 244. No. 103. 

Lewes, 22 July 37 Eliz. Died 13 June last. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas, aged 40 years and more. 

Lands. A cottage and lands in Newick, manor of Torryng Nevyll, 
messuage and land in Torryng and Bedingham, and manor of Dytchen- 
ing garden. J. E. was seized of manor of Poyle alias De la Poyle 
alias la Palle in co. Surrey. Thomas E. the son and a certain Edward 
Moore, esq., were seized of quarter of the manor of Highlie and moiety 
of Forest of Worth, in Mich. 25 Eliz. settled to use of J. E. and Thomas 
his son for life, remainder to heirs male of Thomas and Anne, then his 
wife, subject to jointure, remainder to heirs male of J. E., remainder to 
heirs male of Thomas E., brother of J. E., remainder to right heirs of 
J. E. J. E. died, Thomas the son and Anne his wife survived. Manor 
of Torrynge St. Cleres and advowson bought by J. E. and Thomas 
Eversfield of Uckfield his brother, with remainder to heirs of J. E. 
Eectory of Alysham alias Haylsham bought by J. E. and Thomas his 
son. " Eendhurst " in Mayfield, Wadhurst, and Rotherfield, also 
bought by them. Lands in Goring, Kingston by Lewes, Maresfield, 
and Buxted, 

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84 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

385. 

MAET EVERSFIELD, late wife of Thomas Eversfield of Holling- 
ton, esq. Vol. 303, No. 133. 

E. G., 22 March 5 James. Died 31 Jan. 5 James at Hollington. 

Heir, cousin Francis Challoner, aged 22 and more, son and heir of 
Thomas Challoner, esq., deceased, son and heir of Mary Challoner, 
deceased, daughter of John Levet, esq., deceased, father of John 
Levet, esq., deceased, father of M. E. 

Lands. Manors of Annington, Ewelme, Wephurst, Middleham, 
Clevaxe, and Telding, "Fordland" in Kirdford, messuages and lands in 
Stopham, Fittleworth, Pulborough and Wiston, Little Horsted, Pouns- 
ley mill and furnace in Framfield, " Grove " in Hollington and other 
lands in H., Bulverhyde and Bexhill, Icklesham and Catsfield. 

386. 

THOMAS EVERSFIELD, esq. Vol. 680, No. 26. 

E. G., 15 July 10 James. Died 20 Feb. last. 

Heir, son Nicholas, aged 28 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Annington, Ewelms, Wephurst, Middleham, 
Cleavax, and Yealding in Sussex, " Fordland " in Kirdford, " Capdie " 
in Wiston, " Stroodland " in Little Horsted, a furnace called " Pouns- 
ley " in Framfield, " Grovelands " and " Swans " in Hollington and 
St. Leonards. Many other lands in Hollington, Hastings, Catsfield, 
Icklesham, and Bexhill, etc. 

387. 

NICHOLAS EVEHSFIELD, esq. Vol. 448, No. 86. 

Shoreham, 2 June 5 Charles. Died 30 May last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 14 years 8 months 20 days. 

Lands in Bulverhyde, Bexhill and Southmalling, manors of 
Annington, Ewelme, Wephurst, Middleham, Cleavaxe, Yealding, and 
Gensing, co. Sussex, "Forlands" in Kirdford, "Capdye" in Wiston, 
" Strodelands " in Little Horsted, furnace and watermill called 
" Pounsley " in Framfield, " Grove " in Hollington and St. Leonards, 
windmill called " Swanes " in ditto, " Dulce," "Clerk," and " Herst " in 
H. and St. L., other lands in Hollington and Hastings. Made will 
29 Sept. last and left 2 parts in trust till Thomas E. his eldest son 
is 24, to raise portions for Nicholas E., Edward E., Anthony E., 
John E., and Richard E., his younger sons. 

388. 

EDMUND FAIREMANNER. Vol. 277, No. 177. 

Westdeane, 3 Sept. 30 Eliz. Died 14 Dec. last at Eastmarden. 

Heir, .... (? Edmund), son and heir of Edmund, senior, aged 
19 years on 25 Dec. last. 

Lands. Property in East and West Marden. He made will 
3 Sept. . . Eliz. to .... wife 4 a year for life sons Edmund and 
William. 



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389. 

WILLIAM FAIREMANNEE. Vol. 279, No. 261. 

Arundel, 26 Aug. 38 Eliz. Died 28 June 35 Eliz. 

Heir, brother Edmund F., jun., son of Edward, sen., aged 24. 

Lands. Seized of reversion of messuage, etc., then in tenure of 
Edmund F. his brother for life of a certain Alice F., widow, and lands 
in Westmarden, Eastmarden, and Upinarden, and two messuages 
in Westborne. 

390. 

EDMUND FAIEMANER of E. Harden. Vol. 488, No. 51. 
Shoreham, 1 Aug. 8 Charles. Died 30 Aug. 7 Charles. 
Heir, eldest son Edmund, aged 36. 

Lands. Manor of Upinarden, " Widley," " Kitbarne," and more 
land, etc., in East Marden, tithes on " Saffries " in East Harden. 



391. 

JOHN FAWKENOE. Vol. 226, No. 120. 

Lewes, 6 Dec. 32 Eliz. Died 29 July 31 Eliz. 

Heir, son John the elder, aged 22 years. 

Lands. Manor of Waldron alias Harringalls, lands in Waldron, 
and reversion after death of Elizabeth Scrope, Lady Powlett, of manor 
of Lampenne in Pevensey. Will dated 16 Sept. 29 Eliz., lands in 
East Hoathly, Heathfield, Pevensey, Wartling, etc., to son John 
Fawkenor the elder, with remainder to sou John Fawkenor the 
younger. 

392. 

JOHN FAWKENOB, gent. Vol. 233, No. 175. 

Arundel, 19 Hay 34 Eliz. Died 8 Harch last at Lurgashalle. 

Heir, sister, of full blood, Philippa, now wife of Robert Kiddall, 
aged 26 years. 

Lands. John F. of Waldron, father of J. F., was seized of manor 
of Waldron alias Harringalls, and made will 16 Sept. 29 Eliz. (see 
Inq. of John F., Lewes, 6 Dec. 32 Eliz.). J. F. was his son and heir, 
and made will at Lurgashalle 4 Harch 34 Eliz. uncle William F. of 
Wartling kinsman Henry F. of Wisborough Green brother-in-law 
Robert A Wood brothers and sisters, William F., Robert F., 
Thos. F., Hildred F., Joane F. 

393. 

THOMAS FAULCONEE. Vol. 338, No. 48. 

E. GK, 7 Oct. 11 James. Died 2 Feb. last. 

Heir, daughter Anne, now wife of Arthur Hiddleton, gent., aged 18 
on 1 Aug. last. 

Lands. "Hurstland alias Har eland " in Chiltington, in West- 
meston, and lands in Chailey. 



86 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

394. 

EICHAED FAWLKNEE. Vol. 350, No. 47. 

Petworth, 5 Sept. 13 James. Died 23 Dec. last at Balcombe. 

Heir, son William, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. " Siarne " in Balcombe, "Northlands" in Cuckfield, by 
deed 1 April 2 James enfeoffed John Newnam, now deceased, to 
use of John F., jun., younger son of E. F., remainder to William, 
eldest son of E. F., remainder to Katherine Nutley his daughter. 

395. 

JOHN FAULCONEB, gent. Vol. 425, No. 10. 
E. GK, 10 Oct. 2 Chas. Died 22 July 22 James. 
Heir, son Henry, aged 30 years 6 months. 

Lands. Messuage and land in Balcombe, now in occupation of 
Susan Faulconer, widow. 

396. 

EICHAED FALCONEB. Vol. 454, No. 19. 

E. GK, 14 Jan. 6 Charles. Died 20 July 1626. 

Heir, son William Falconer, aged 13 years and half a month. 

Lands. Messuage in Haylesham and a messuage near the church 
in Chalvington, " Knowles " in C., lands in Selmeston. On 8 July 
1626 made will Edward Hony my son-in-law shall receive rents of 
lands until my son William is 21. 

397. 

WILLIAM FALKONEB. Vol. 487, No. 4. 
Shoreham, 2 Aug. 8 Charles. Died 18 June last. 
Heir, son Kichard, aged 14 years. 
Lands." Northlands " in Cokefield. 

398. 

MICHAEL FAEMEE. Vol. 264, No. 138. 

E. GK, 27 April 43 Eliz. Died 8 Dec. 43 Eliz. at Wartliug. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth, aged 8 years 5 months, Mary, aged 
5 years 3 months, Susan, aged 1 year 4 months. 

Lands. M. F. and Bridget his wife seized of land in Wartling 
and of reversion after death of Thomas Farmer his father of other 
lands in Wartling and of reversion after death of Lady Elizabeth 
Pawlett, widow, of " Pounds Mersh," part of manor of Lampam in 
Manxey. On 4 Dec. 43 Eliz. M. F. made will and entailed lands first 
on daughter Elizabeth, then on Susan, then on Mary to my daughter 
Mary " Pounds Mersh " wife Brygett to receive rents and profits till 
she is 21. Thos. Farmer and Bridget, widow of Michael, living at 
Wartling, also Lady Elizabeth Pawlett is living. 

399. 

EICHAED FAENEFOLD, jun., gent. Vol. 270, No. 139. 

E. GK, 28 March 44 Eliz. Died 30 May 42 Eliz. at Chichester. 



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Heir, son William, aged 11 years 6 months. 

Lands. William Farnefold, gent., father of E. F., 17 Dec. 26 Eliz., 
settled " Wyckham," " Broadland," " Hilliefield," and " Fawkehill" in 
Steyning on E. F. his son and heir and Jane, then wife of E. F., 
and their heirs, with remainder over. Said William also settled 
" Baits," " Northbrooks," " Eyshmede," " Hadlyngmede," " Church- 
mede," " Nashewoods " in Steyning, capital mansion of " Nashe " on 
himself and Dorothy his wife for life, and after to R. F. and his heirs. 
E. F. sold to Benjamin Pellett, gent., and his heirs " Broadlands," 
suffered a recovery. E. F. 24 Feb. 42 Eliz. made will and left to Jane 
his wife lands called " Wickham " or " Weltham." Jane remarried 
John Hale, and they have received some of the rents, and William F., 
father of E. F., has received others since his death. 

400. 

WILLIAM FARNEFOULD. Vol. 307, No. 33. 

New Shoreham, 16 Jan. 7 James. 

William Farnefould, son and heir of Eichard Farnefould, gent., 
was born in Burwash 22 Nov. 1589, and bap. there 30 Nov. 1589, and 
is now aged 20 years 1 month and 25 days. 

401. 

EICHARD FARNFOLD, esq. Vol. 311, No. 115. 

Stenynge, 19 Aug. 7 James. Died 25 May last at Steyning. 

Heir, son Walter, aged 12 years 8 months 21 days. 

Lands. Manor of Eaynslye in Standen, co. Hertford, " Gate- 
weeks," water mill and land in Steyning, " Churchmead," " Jervis," a 
windmill and land in S. and Bramber, 3 messuages and "le Swann" 
in S., etc. E. F. on 25 May 7 James made will wife Dorothy to 
have " Gatwicks " for life " Eeynesley " to son Thomas at 21 
remainder to son Walter F. 

402. 

WALTER FARNFOLD, son and heir of Eichard Farnfold. Vol. 325, 
No. 196. 

(Where and when taken illegible.) Died 19 April 9 James. 

Heir, brother Thomas F., aged 12 years 2 months 20 days. 

Lands. Eichard F. seized of manor of Eeynsley in Standen, co. 
Herts, " Gatewicks " and other property in Steyning, etc. On 25 May 
7 James made will at Steyning, and died when W. F. was son and 
heir, aged 12 years . . months 21 days. 

^ 403. 

THOMAS FARNEFOLD, knt. Vol. 710, No. 40, and Vol. 774, No. 11. 

Horsham, 30 Dec. 21 Chas. Died last March 19 Chas. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 20 years 5 months 27 days. 

Lands. " Churchemeadow," " Gatewicks," a water mill and lands, 
and "Wickham Farm " in Steyning. By deed 29 March 18 Charles 
sold parts to George Norton and Eoger Almerie, lands in Bidlington 



88 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

in Bramber. On 1 June 1639 made will to daughter Dorothy 
200 to sons Thomas F., Eichard F., John F., Eaphe F., and 
Edward F., 200 apiece at 21, unless son Henry F. will pay them. 
Henry F. a minor. 

404. 

JOHN FELDWICK. Vol. 233, No. 46. 
Chichester, 3 April 34 Eliz. Died 1 Jan. 33 Eliz. 
Heir, son William, aged 30 and more at Inq. 
Lands. " Feldwicke " in West Hoathly. 

405. 

WILLIAM FELDWICKE. Vol. 581, No. 115. 

E. G-., 5 Aug. 15 Chas. Died 4 Aug. 9 Chas. at West Hoathly. 

Heir, son John, then aged 40 and more. 

Lands." Feldwickes " in Westhothly. Made will 25 July 1628 
son John F. wife grandson John F., grandson William F., grand- 
son Thomas F. my grandchild John Balcombe my daughters Anne, 
Elizabeth, Sarah, and Mary. My grandchild Thomas Hard wick. 

406. 

SIMON FENNELL of Jevington, yeo. Vol. 142, No. 92. 

E. G-., 24 Oct. 7 Eliz. Died 10 May 1565. 

Heir, son John, aged 30. 

Lands called " Ambres " in Jevington, " Bernet," " Sereland," 
"Plodis," "Cokes," and "Averys" in Hailsham, "Ingramys Wyshe," 
and 4 pieces of land in Westham. He was also seized of " Bakers," 
" Redegate," and " Dolecroft," entailed on himself for life, then 
for his son John and his heirs, with remainder to his (Simon's) 
daughters, Evelyn, wife of Robert Howell of Jevington, Joan, wife of 
Eichard Dyer of Eastbourne, Margery, wife of John Elphecke of 
Grlynde, Ann, wife of Henry G-yles, and Florence Fennell, and their 
heirs, with remainder to Simon, son of the aforesaid John. He was 
also seized of " Woddockes " in Jevington, with remainder to the heirs 
of himself and his wife Agnes. On his death the premises descended to 
Ann, wife of Henry Gyles, Margery, wife of John Elphecke, and 
Florence Fennell, who were over 20 at his death. See Ftmnell. 

407. 

JOHN FENNEE. Vol. 28, No. 143. 

Lewes, 5 Nov. 5 Hen. VIII. Died 8 June .... 

Heir, grandson John Fenner, son of Anne, aged 6 years. 

Lands and houses, etc., in Crawley, Ifield, and Worth, and 
granted to trustees of his will (5 Hen. VIII.). By his will he left to 
Anne, widow of John Fenner his son, and now wife of Thomas Cul- 
peper, " Bonewyks " and " Westlands " in Ifield, " Costadylls " in 
Bolney for life, then to John Fenner, younger son of Anne, then aged 
4 years, remainder to John, elder son and heir, then aged 6 years. 



INQUISITIONS. 8D 

408. 

JOHN FENNER of Amberley, esq. Vol. 145, No. 15. 
Steyning, 26 Sept. 9 Eliz. Died 25 Dec. 9 Eliz. 
Heir, son Dudley Fenner, aged 6 (?). 

Lands. Was seized of manors of Fishbourne, Bonewikes, and 
Kumbalswike, but sold them before his death. 

409. 

B.ICHARD FERRALL. Vol. 238, No. 6. 
E. G-., 7 Oct. 36 Eliz. Died 6 Jan. 35 Eliz. at Lindfield. 
Heir, son John, aged 26 and more. 
Lands. " Sunt alias Huntesparck " in Lindfield. 

410. 

ANNE FERRER, widow. Vol. 85, No. 62. 
Petworth, 12 Nov. 1 Edw. VI. Died 4 Feb. last. 
Heir, son Thomas Morford, aged 24 years. 
Lands. Manor of Westlavant. 

411. 

MART FITTON, widow. Vol. 110, No. 152. 

Lewes, last April 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. Died 13 Dec. 3 and 
4 Philip and Mary. 

Heir, son Edward Fitton, knt., aged 28 years at Inq. 

Lands. Manors of Hamarden, Cortesley, Moreley, and Fylsham, 
more lands, etc., and 20 marks rent. (Writ says widow of Edward 
Fitton, knt.) 

412. 

JOHN FORD, esq. Vol. 232, Nos. 27 and 76, and Vol. 226, 
No. 124 (which is defaced with ink and unintelligible). 

Horsham, 1 and 2 Sept. 34 Eliz. Died 21 Nov. 26 Eliz. 

Heir, William Forde, aged 1 2 years and not more on 15 Septem- 
ber last. 

Lands in Harting, also manor of Wenham in Eogate, etc., but not 
seized of manor of Harting alias West Hartiug, but conveyed it 
before his death to Francis Fortescue and Dorothy his wife and the 
heirs of the said Dorothy for good consideration and by good con- 
veyance in law. The manor of Tylnam in Norfolk (now in Queen's 
hands by reason of minority of Thomas Knevet, esq., the lord) is held 
in capite by military service. 

413. 

GODARD FOSTER, gent. Vol. 179, No. 73. 

Eobertsbridge, 19 July 19 Eliz. Died at Iden 13 Jan. 19 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas Foster, aged 22. 



90 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. Manor of Iden, " Thornedale alias Durndale," and other 
lands in Iden. On last Dec. 17 Eliz. settled to use of Agnes his wife 
for life, Thomas his son, remainder to Godard his son, remainder to 
Thomas Foster his brother, remainder to his daughters Marcia, Mary, 
Agnes, and Mildred Foster. 

414. 

THOMAS FOSTER of Haylsham, yeoman. Vol. 282, No. 61. 

Aruudel, 12 April 2 James. Died 2 March 44 Eliz. at Aylshain. 

Heir, Mary Pecke was his only daughter and heir, aged 21 and 
more at his death, but died 21 June 44 Eliz. 

Lands. " Mershefield " in Hailsham, and on 3 June 42 Eliz. by 
deed between himself (1), Ashburnham Pecke of Hailsham, gent., and 
Mary his wife (2), and Richard Lewknor of Hurstmonceux, gent., and 
John Eglestone of Winchelsey, gent., for money paid by Ashb. 
Pecke, granted to 3rd parties for use of John Browne of Catsfield, 
gent., for 1 year, and after to use of T. F. for life, and then for 
Ashb. Pecke and his wife and heirs. T. F. seized of more land, etc., 
in Hailsham, and by deed 3 June 40 Eliz. granted to said 3rd parties 
for A. P. and Mary his wife. A. P. still living at Hailsham. 

415. 

THOMAS FOSTER, gent. Vol. 289, No. 42. 

E. G., 21 Jan. 3 James. Died 19 Nov. last. 

Heir, eldest son John Foster, gent., aged 22 and more. 

Lands. Seized to self and heirs male of "Durndale alias Thorne- 
dale" in Ideu, and of manor of Iden also,and of other lands in Iden which 
Goddard Foster his father and Agnes his mother bought, etc. Lands 
in Echingham and lands in Wittresham, Kent, latter from his mother. 
Made will 18 Nov. last left to his son John F. if he should pay his 
debts, and if not to his brother Goddard Foster, remainder to Thomas 
F. his (T. F.'s) younger son for same purpose. 

416. 

JOHN FOSTER, gent. Vol. 489, No. 128. 

E. G., 17 Jan. 8 Charles. Died 17 July last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 19 years 6 months. 

Lands. Messuage and lands in Woodchurch and Haulden, Kent, 
and messuage and lands at Iden and Playden in Sussex, by deed 1 .... 
2 Charles granted to Thomas Traiton and Ambrose Traiton as a settle- 
ment on his wife Elizabeth, also seized of " Thorndale " in Iden and 
manor of Iden. Made will 7 May last and made Mary Foster, one of 
his daughters, ex'trix until Thomas his son and heir was 21. Elizabeth 
survives. 

417. 

JOHN FOWLE. Vol. 67, No. 110. 

Battle, 8 Nov. (34 ?) Hen. VIII. Died 12 Feb. 33 Hen. VIII. 

Coheirs, daughters Marion, wife of Edward Bacheler, aged 22 and 



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more, Alice, aged 21, Mildred, aged 17, Joan, aged 13, and Elizabeth, 
aged 8. 

Lands. Iron mill and property at Bayham Down, " Wystysden " 
in Ticehurst and Hawkhurst. Will dated 3 April 1542 quoted. 

418. 

ANTHONY FOWLE. Vol. 148, No. 14. 
Lewes, 6 Oct. 10 Eliz. Died 14 July 9 Eliz. 
Heir, son Anthony, age three-quarters of a year. 
Lands at Fordbrook in Rotherfield left by his will to his wife 
Margaret until his son Anthony is 21. 

419. 

NICHOLAS FOWLE, gent. Vol. 260, No. 121. 

E. G., 20 May 42 Eliz. Died 2 Nov. 41 Eliz. 

Heir, son William, aged 31 and more. 

Lands. Capital messuage called "Ryverhall " and lands in Wad- 
hurst, "Strodeland," " Watergates alias Ryverhall," "Arleigh," "Crow- 
herst," " Frankham alias Frankham Park," " Old Shosmiths," 
" Brokefield," "Skents" in Wadhurst, "Pellfield" at Sparrows Green, "le 
Stumblet " and "Bycketfield " in Frant, " Jacksons" in Lamberhurst. 

420. 

WILLIAM FOWLE, esq. Vol. 728, No. 18. 

Shoreham, 11 Sept. 10 Charles. Died 30 April last at " Lightlands" 
in Frant. 

Heir, son William F., aged 30 and more. 

Lands. " Riuerhali " and lands in Wadhurst, now in occupation 
of William Fowle, son and heir of W. F., " Watergates alias 
Eiuerhall," " Frankeham alias Frankeham Parke " in Wadhurst and 
Frant, "Arleigh" in W., "le Fryth " in Wadhurst and Ketherfield, 
tithes of corn and grain of Rectory of W., "Lightlands," "Stumblett," 
" Bicketfield," and " Hothyfield " in Frant. 

421. 

JOHN FOTCE. Vol. 338, No. 26. 
Petworth, 27 July 11 James. Died 24 July 9 James. 
Heir, brother James Foyce, aged 24 years and more. 
Lands in Horsham. 

422. 

ABRAHAM FRANK, clerk. Vol. 721, No. 46. 

E. G., 18 June 9 Charles. Died 18 Jan. 7 Charles. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 21 years 18 days. 

Lands. A. F. and Anne his wife were seized to selves and heirs of 
Abraham of " Wilshains " in Ashburnham, " Broadshere alias Coull- 
williams " in A. A. F. also seized of " Eastlauds " in A., and other 
property in Hastings. 



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423. 

JOHN FBAYE. Vol. 302, No. 91. 

E. Gr., 17 June 6 James. Died 10 Nov. 1592 at Ickleaham. 

Heir, grandson Fraye Lewkenor, viz., son and heir of Anne 
Lewkenor, late wife of Richard L., gent., and daughter and heir of 
J. F., aged 4 years. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Lyntehurst " in Ickleshara. 
On 8 Nov. 1592 made will, and left it to Herbert Lewkenor, 
second son of Anne L., daughter and heir of J. F., at 21. J. F. also 
seized of " Nateleys Croft " in Icklesham, and left it to John Fraye, 
son of William Fraye. 

424. 

JOHN FEEBODY, gent. Vol. 333, No. 3. 
E. Gr., 30 June 11 James. Died 12 March 10 James. 
Heir, nephew Thomas Frebody, son of Thomas F., son of John F., 
father of J. F., aged 27 years. 

Lands in Hoo and Nenfield, Sedlescombe, Ewhurst and Beckley, 

3 messuages and land in Brede and Vdymer and Rye, 1 messuage in 
Wittersham, Kent, other property. On 8 Feb. 8 James made will 
and bequeathed to John Shusmith and his heirs lands in Stone. To 
Mary Sharpe lands in Wittersham, rest to John Frebody, son of 
G-oddard Frebody his brother. 

425. 

RICHABD FEEEBODY, gent. Vol. 375, No. 54. 

E. Gr., 7 May 14 James. Died 24 March 12 James at Udymer. 

Heir, son John, aged 19 years 6 months and not more at his 
father's death. 

Lands in Udymer, Rye and Bread, land in Wylsham alias 
Wythersham, co. Kent, and one-third of messuage and land in 
Wylsham, lands in Margate, Bremsett, St. Mary's, and Fayrefield, 
Kent. 

426. 

JOHN FEEEBODIE, gent. Vol. 720, No. 10. 

New Shoreham, 27 March 10 Charles. Died 14 Oct. 9 Charles. 

Heir, eldest son John, aged 2 L years and 10' months. 

Lauds in Sedlescombe and Ewhurst, 3 messuages and land in 
Breade and Vdimer, 2 messuages and land in Rye, 1 messuage and 
land in Whitersham, Kent, land in Stone, Fairfield Buckland, Breade, 
Ebonie, Bremsett in co. Kent, and other lands in Kent. Made will 

4 Oct. 9 Charles to son John F. Thomas my son Groddard ray 
son Robert my son William my son a minor. 

427. 

STEPHEN FEENCH. Vol. 67, No. 135. 

Lewes, 4 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 1 Sept. 31 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John, aged 20 and more. 

Lands. " Stokers " in Chittingly, and other lands there. 



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428. 

STEPHEN FBENCH, yeo. Vol. 292, No. 178, and Vol. 306, No. 157. 

E. G., 21 Jan. 4 James. Died 19 Oct. last. 

Heir, son John, born 7 Sept. 1589, is 17 years 5 months 14 days 
of age. 

Lands. "Streame house" in Chiddingly, etc. Made will 24 Oct. 
last to son and heir John French, remainder to brother Thomas 
French, remainder to brother Andrew French. 

429. 

JOHN FBENCH, gent. Vol. 472, No. 98. 

Horsham, 7 June 7 Charles. Died 13 Jan. last. 

Heir, eldest son Stephen, aged 7 years 8 months. 

Lands. "Goddeshall" croft and other lands, "Estons" or 
"Threeles," "le Orchard " inFramfield, " Lugeare " and "Priestcroft" 
in Hailsham, "Churchlands," " Longfield," "the Park of Nears," 
" the Homefield," " the Beardfield " in Laughton, " Fullers," " Shoo- 
lands," and " Fishpitts " in Burwash. On 12 Sept. 18 James in 
consideration of marriage with Anne Sackvill, one of the daughters of 
John Sackvill, esq., deceased, settled on himself, wife, and heirs. 
J. F. seized of " le Streamehouse " and several named lands in Chid- 
dingly, " TJnderdownes," " Wyldings alias Wygelands," and other lands 
in Hellingly, "le Shelfe" in Heathfield, lands in Rye, Hurstmonceux, 
East Guildford, Eectory of Chiddingly. Made will 23 Dec. last and 
left all to his eldest son Stephen at 21, remainder to John F. another 
son, remainder to Thomas F. another son, remainder to Stephen 
French, son of Thomas French, who was uncle to J. F., remainder to 
John F., son of Andrew F., another uncle of J. F. 

430. 

EOBEBT FULLEB. Vol. 67, No. 138. 

Battle, 2 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 20 Oct. 29 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Robert Fuller, aged 24 years and more. 

Lands. " Spryngetts " and " Garskynes " in Salehurst, " Conyng- 
yardes," " Gombechefeld," " Golkerst," and by deed 16 Sept. 28 
Hen. VIII. enfeoffed Robert Fuller, clerk, his son, with remainder to 
Richard F., son of John F. his son, lately deceased. 

431. 

RICHA.BD FULLEB. Vol. 236, No. 45. 

Horsham, 22 Oct. 35 Eliz. Died 10 Jan. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 22 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Thomas Vale and Emma his wife were seized in right of 
Emma of lands in Horsham called " Horneckland," " Ashmeades," 
" Bowerhay," " Esse Garden," and " Reynolds Garden," and alienated 
32 Eliz. to said R. F. and John F. his son and heir. R. F. died. 
John F. survives at Horsham. R. F. seized of messuages and lands 
called " Cookeseales " and " Somers " and " Vigoroweshowse " in 
Horsham. 



94 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

432. 

JOHN FULLER, gent. Vol. 355. No. 29. 

E. G., 17 May 14 James. Died 20 May 13 James. 

Heir, eldest son Samuel, aged 23 and more. 

Lands. " Brownes " in Heathfield, messuage and lands called 
"Woodplace," "Dooles" and " Raiffords " in Waldi'on, lands called 
" Earles " in Waldron and Heathfield, " Dudsland " and " Coleshall " 
in Mayfield, lands called "Slyce " and " Windents " in Hurstmonceux. 
Made will 20 May 13 James, and left to Joseph Fuller his son and 
his heirs premises in Mayfield. 

433. 

JOHN FULLEE. Vol. 414, No. 102. 

Petworth, last Aug. 18 James. Died 7 Aug. last. 

Coheirs, sisters Elizabeth F., aged 19 on 22 April last, and Lettice 
F., aged 14 on 19 June last. 

Lands. " Hornettland," " Ashmeades," " Bowrhawes Garden," 
"Reignolds Garden," " Cockseales," and " "VVoodgates," all in Horsham. 

434. 

THOMAS FULLEE. Vol. 593, No. 13 (2), and Vol. 607, No. 78. 

E. G., 27 Aug. 16 Chas. Died 30 May 1637. 

Heir, grandson John Fuller, i.e., eldest son of Doegood Fuller, only 
son of T. F., aged 14 years and 1 month. 

Lands. "Coxes" and "Coxland," and land late waste in Heath- 
field, messuage and garden in All Saints, Hastings, and small 
tenement in St. Clement's, Hastings, messuage and 2 gardens in 
St. Clement's, "Northheath," "Little Northheath," and " Southheath " 
in Haylesham. Made will 28 April 1637 to John Fuller my grand- 
child, son of my son Doegood Fuller, lands in Heathfield called 
" Coxes " and " Coxelands " to Jonas Fuller my grandchild all lands 
and tenements in Hastings to Thos. F. my grandchild my other lands 
in Heathfield called "Highlands" and "Brewers" and "North Heath" 
and " South Heath " in Hailsham if any of my 3 grandchildren die 
before 21 his lauds equally between survivors. 

435. 

GAEEET FUNNELL. Vol. 409, No. 3. See FENNELL. 
E. G., 23 July 2 James. Died 5 Jan. last. 
Heir, son John Fennell or Funnell, aged 47 and more. 
Lands. Messuage and land in Hellingly. 

436. 

WILLIAM FTNCHE, knt. Vol. 98, No. 72. 

Battle, 15 April 7 Edw. VI. Died 10 Jan. 6 Edw. VI. 

Heir, son Thomas Fynch, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Icclesham, Netherfyld, and Iltington in 
Mountfeld (Netherfyld lands in occupation of Henry Fynche, gent., 
brother of "W". F.). Trustees seized to use of Mary Fynch, widow of 



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Laurence Fynch, for life, and after to said "W. F. and his heirs. 
W. F. by deed 6 Feb. 21 Hen. VIII. gave an annuity of 13 6s. 8d. 
from manor of Icclesham to said Mary F. for life after his death, and 
on 18 May 29 Hen. VIII. gave annuity of 20 to Eleanor Fynche, 
widow of Eichard F., deceased, out of said manor, also to her another 
annuity of 20 marks from his other lands in Icclesham after his 
death. "W. F. also in consideration of marriage between Thomas 
Fynch his son and heir apparent and Katherine, eldest daughter of 
Thomas Moyle, knt., settled certain premises on them on 20 Sept. 
3 Edw. VI. 

437. 

JOAN, late the wife of Eichard Fenys de Dacre, knt. Vol. 6, 
No. 75. 

Inq., 8 Nov. 6 Hen. VII. Died 8 March after All Hallows 
2 Hen. VII. 

Heir, cousin (? grandson) Thomas F. the younger, Lord Dacre, 
aged about 14 and more in 2 Hen. VII. 

Lands. Manors of Hurstperpoiact, "Westrneston, Nevynton alias 
Ovyngton, Smythwyk, Standon alias Stansted, and Goldbrigge. 

438. 

THOMAS FENYS, knt. Vol. 45, No. 35. 

Lewes, 3 Nov. 18 Hen. VIII. Died 8 Feb. 17 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Trustees seized to use of himself and of his last will of 
manor of Pochards, manor of Eatton Harwards in Wyllyngdon, manor 
of Claverham Harward and appurts. in Arlyngton, Chiddingly, and 
Selmeston, "Mallane" in Selmeston, " Marryells " and "Gibbys"in 
Arlington, " Wygstaple " in Selmeston, " Meynersshe " in Erlyngton, 
" Grubbys " and " Maiors " in Arlyngton and Selmeston, " Haymond 
Grove " in Est Horthlyght, " le Newepurches " in Erlyngton, " Har- 
wardes " in Selmeston, manor of Lewisham, also " Millfield " and 
"Treshcroft" in Selmeston. T. F. made will 26 Jan. 17 Hen. VIII. 
and left to Giles Fenys his son. 

439. 

GEEQOET FTNES, LOED DACEE. (Proof of age.) Vol. 126, 
No. 134. 

Hailsham, 14 Dec. 2 Elizabeth. 

Jurors say that Gregory Fynes, Lord Dacre of the South, brother 
and heir of Thomas Fynes, deceased, son and heir of Thomas Fynes, 
deceased, late Lord Dacre of the South, was 21 years of age on the 
9th June last. 

440. 

JOHN FTNES, esq. Vol. 260, No. 148. 

E. G., 20 May 42 Eliz. Died 15 Jan. 40 Eliz. at Chichester. 

Heir, 'son John, aged 2 years 15 days, living at Chichester 



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Lands. John Fynes of Claverham, esq., uncle of J. F., was seized 
of manor of Claverham Harwards and of specified lands in Arlington, 
Selmeslon, Chiddingly, Hellingly and Chalvington, "Millfield" and 
" Cherchecroft" in Selmeston. Hilary 23 Eliz. settled to use of himself 
and his heirs male, remainder to use of J. F. and heirs male, remainder 
to use of Joan F., daughter of John F. the uncle, and her heirs, 
remainder to John Threele and his heirs. John Fynes the uncle died 
at Claverham 4 Feb. 26 Eliz. leaving issue said Joan, who married Tho- 
mas Culpeper. Mich. 33 and 34 Eliz. settled to use of Agnes, mother 
of J. F. and wife of John Threele, for Hie, with remainder to J. F. and 
heirs male, remainder to John Threele, a condition being that J. F. 
should assure to Anne, daughter of George Cotton, whom he intended 
to marry, 100 marks per annum. J. F. seized of "Naland " in Sel- 
meston, after married Anne Cotton. Anne his widow, and Agnes, 
wife of John Threele, survive at Chichester. 

441. 

JOHN FYNES, gent. Vol. 452, No. 12. 

E. G., 2 Nov. 5 Charles. Died 12 May last. 

Heir, son John, aged 6 years 4 months. 

Lands. Manor of Claverham and lands called "Collvills," "Brayes 
Wood," "Brayes Meadow," " le Millfield," "le Holland," and 
" Clappers " in Arlington, and manor and farm of Pakins in Hurst- 
pierpoint, and land called " Potkins" in Hurstpierpoint. 

442. 

JOHN FYNES, son and heir of John Fynes, gent., deceased. Vol. 
488, No. 100. 

Shoreham, 1 Aug. 8 Charles. Died 17 May last. 

Heir, brother Antony Fynes, aged 7 years 4 months. 

Lands. John Fynes the father was seized of manor of Claverham, 
co. Sussex, and other lands called " Colvills," " Brayes Wood," 
" Brayes Meadowe," etc., in Arlington, and manor and farm of 
" Pakins " in Hurstpierpoint, and died so seized. Premises descended 
to J. F. as son and heir, but by reason of his minority remained in 
King's hands as by Inq. at E. G. 2 Nov. 5 Charles, and still so remain. 

443. 

ANTHONY FYNES, deceased, brother and heir of John Fynes, 
deceased, son and heir of John Fynes, also deceased. Vol. 548, 
No. 44. 

E. G., 30 March 13 Charles. Died 1 Jan. last. 

Heir, brother Francis, aged 8 years 9 months. 

Lands. John Fynes, father of A. F., died seized of manor of 
Claverham, lands in Arlington, manor of Pakyns and laud called 
" Potkins " in Hurstpierpoint, when John Fynes was found his son 
and heir. John Fynes, the son, died a minor in ward to the King and 
premises descended to A. F. his brother and heir, who was a minor 
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444. 

WILLIAM G-AGE, esq. Yol. 11, No. 18. 

Inquisition 10 June 12 Hen. VII. Died 16 Feb. last. 

Heir, son John Gage, aged 17 and more. 

Lands. On 14 June 12 Edward IV. John G-age seized of manor of 
Heighten Seyntclere, granted to said W. G-. and Agnes his wife, who 
survives, manors of Heighten Seyntclere and Torrington Seyntclere, 
land in Worth, land in E. G-. 

445. 

AGNES G-AGE, widow. Vol. 13, No. 107. 

Crawley, 7 July 16 Hen. VII. Died 5 July 16 Hen. VII. 

Heir, son John, aged 21 years and more. 

Lands. A certain John G-age was seized of manor of Heyghton 
Sentcler, and by deed 13 June 12 Edward IV. granted to William 
Gage and Agnes his wife in writ named, and said Agnes for life, and 
remainder to Wm. Gage and heirs of his body. They had issue John 
G-age; William Gage died, and Agnes survived him and afterwards 
died. Manor descends to John Gage, heir of William Gage. Wm. 
Gage also seized of land in E. G-. and land in Worth, and by deed 
5 Nov. 8 Hen. VII. enfeoffed Richard Leukenore, sen., and others to 
uses for life of A. G-. 

446. 

Jonif GAGE, K.G. Vol. 110, No. 144. 

Horsham, 29 July 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. Died 18 April last. 

Heir, son Edward Gr., knt., aged 53 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Manors of Heighten Seinctclere, Eanscombe,Plashett Park 
in Bingmer, manors of Hosyers, Compton Barwick, Excett, Fryston, 
Lamporte in Estburne, Eckington, Marisfeld, Newynham, Sholvi- 
strode, and Bestover, also manor of Alcyston, " Mydsteds " in Fyrles, 
Laughton, and Hype, lands in Fyrles, "Hohendale lands" in West 
Fyrles, " Hawkbridge, Bentley lands and hames " in East Hoathly, 
" Southcourte " and " Peverell " in Excet, " Crowlink " in Fryston. 

447." 

SIR EDWARD G-AGE, knt. Vol. 152, No. 144. 

Lewes, 23 March 11 Eliz. Died 26 Dec. 1567. 

Heir, son John Gage, aged 30. 

Lands. Manors of Heighten St. Clere, Bamscombe, Hosyers, 
Compton- Barwyke, Excete, Friston, Lamporte in Eastbourne, Eking- 
ton, Maresfield, Newenharn, Sholvestrode, and Ditchling Garden, also 
manor of Alciston entailed on him and his heirs male, with remainder 
to the Queen and her heirs, lands in West Firle, Laughton, Bipe, 
East Hoathly, Excete, " Crowlink " in Friston, Maresfield, Southover, 
Bodmell, and Alciston. On 28 May 1 Eliz. he settled the manors of 
Newenham and Sholvestrode on John his son on his (John's) mar- 
riage to Margaret Copley. Made will to eldest daughter Phylippe 
500, and to daughters Margery, Lucy, and Margaret, 500 marks at 

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marriage bequests to wife Elizabeth and sons Anthony, Thomas, 
George, Edward, John the younger, and Robert manors of Burstowe 
and Hedge Court in Surrey mention of James Gage, Robert Gage, 
and William Gage my brothers. 

448. 

JAMES GAGE of Bentley, esq. Vol. 165, No. 178. 

Lewes, 31 March 15 Eliz. Died 12 Jan. 15 Eliz. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 27. 

Lands. Manors of Boram alias Borham, Rocland alias Rockland, 
Blachington and "Watlinge alias Wertlinge, rectory of Hailsham, 
manors of Little Horsted and Telton alias Tylton, manor of Stratford 
Tonye, co. Wilts. Made will 20 Dec. 1569 wife Urthe eldest son 
Edward 2nd son John, 3rd son James, 4th son Robert brothers 
Robert and William wife Urthe or TJrith and son John living at 
Bentley. 

449. 

THOMAS GAGE, esq. Vol. 231, No. 80. 

E. G., 16 Sept. 33 Eliz. Died 1 Aug. 33 Eliz. at Alfriston. 

Heir, son John, will be 2 years old on the 28th of this instant 
month of September. 

Lands. Jurors say that said T. G. for 300 each (total 600) 
paid by John Gage of Fyrle, esq., to the marriage of his (Thomas's) 
daus. Elizabeth G. and Mary G., or to them at 18, sold to him 
" Ditchling Barne " and land, meadow, pasture, wood in Dicheling, by 
his writing dated 28 July 33 Eliz. sold to him and to a certain George 
Gage, esq., by the name of " Dicheling Barne " and lands called 
" Dicheling Garden." 

450. 

JOHN GAGE, esq., of Pirle. Vol. 257, No. 88. 

E. G., 8 Feb. 41 Eliz. Died 10 Oct. last. 

Heir, nephew John Gage, viz., son and heir of Thomas Gage his 
brother, aged 9 on 29 Sept. last. 

Lands. Edward Gage, knt., father of J. G., 30 years ago, having 
sons John, Thomas, George, Edward, had manor of Alciston. J. G. 
had various lands as eldest son and heir. Made will 2 Jan. 38 Eliz. 
quoted mentions " Sir John Gage my grandfather." 

451. 

EDWAED GAGE. Vol. 378, No. 144. 

Petworth, 5 March 16 James. Died 11 March 11 James at 
Bentley without issue male. 

Coheirs, Margaret wife of George Smyth, esq., aged 42 years and 
more. Mildred Belson, widow, age illegible, Philippa Bendloes, 
widow, aged 38 and more, are daughters of E. G. Edward Alcocke, 
gent., son and heir of Urith Alcock, deceased, another daughter of 
E. G., aged 21 and more. William Crispe, gent., son and heir of 
Mary Crispe, deceased, another daughter of E. G., aged 16 and more. 



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William Skynner, gent., son and heir of Elizabeth Skynner, deceased, 
another daughter of E. G., aged 15 and more. 

Lands. " Bentley " in Framfield, manor of Little Horsted alias le 
Moate, etc. On 28 June 8 James covenanted to stand seized for self 
and heirs male, remainder to nephew Edward Gage of Wormesley, co. 
Hereford, esq., remainder to Henry Gage, eldest son of John Gage of 
Hallinge, Surrey, esq. 

452. 

EDWAED GAGE. Vol. 443, No. 47a. 

E. G., 20 Jan. 4 Charles. Died 19 Sept. last at Bentley. 

Heir, son William, aged 12 years 10 months. 

Lands. " Bentleigh " in Framfield, " Tarbledowne " in East 
Hothly, manors of Little Horsted and le Mote, manor of Telton alias 
Tilton, co. Sussex, etc. By will left to John Gage, Bart., and Walter 
Blunt of Sullington, esq., as trustees. 

453. 

JOHN GAGE, Bart. Vol. 500, No. 35. 

E. G., 16 Jan. 9 Charles. Died 4 Oct. 9 Charles. 

Heir, son Thomas G., bart., aged 14 years 6 weeks. 

Lands. Manors of Excete and Frislon, lands called " Southcourt " 
in Excete, " Peverills " in E., " Crowlinke " in Friston, " le Chantry " 
lands in Maresfield, manors of Maresfield, Bestenover, Heighten 
St. Cleres, Hosyers, Compton Berwicke alias Compton St. Johns, 
Lamport in Eastborne, Eighiugton alias Ekington, manors of Rams- 
combe, Sholestrode alias Sholvestrood, Hedgecourt, cos. Sussex and 
Surrey, and in consideration of marriage between himself and Lady 
Penelope Trencherd, widow, one of the daughters of Thomas, Lord 
Darcy, now Earl Eyvers, settled premises, and on 1 Aug. 9 James 
married her, and on 23 June 5 Charles conveyed to Edward Guilde- 
ford, esq., son and heir of Henry G., knt., and others as trustees for 
self, Lady Penelope, Thomas his son and heir, John his 2nd son (J. G. 
then baronet). 

454. 

GILES GABTON, esq. Vol. 236, No. 102. 

Petworth, 7 June 35 Eliz. Died 1 Feb. 35 Eliz. at Woollavington. 

Heir, son Peter, aged 28 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Woollavington, Graffham, and Wonworth, with 
Peter Garton his son. Peter married 7 May 34 Eliz. Judith, dau. 
of Thos. Shurley of Isfield, esq., deceased. G. G. made will 20 Jan. 
35 Eliz., and left his son Giles lands in Billingshurst, Pulborough, and 
Wisboro Green. 

455. 

FEANCIS GAETON, gent. Vol. 282, No. 65. 

Arundel, 12 April 2 James. Died 21 Jan. last. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth, wife of Clement Drapyer, Grace, 
wife of Francis Brewster, and Jane, wife of Richard Barker, and 
grandson John Ballet, son and heir of Joan, late wife of .... Ballet, 



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deceased, another daughter of F. G., daughters all over 21. John 
Ballet on 4 Oct. last was aged 14 years. 

Lands. Manor of Bassetts Tee on 21 Feb. 35 Eliz. by deed settled 
on himself, heirs male, then on his nephew Giles G., younger son of 
his brother Giles G., citizen and ironmonger of London, deceased, 
then on Simon G., youngest son of Giles G., then on William, 2nd son 
of Giles G., then on Peter G. (now knt.), eldest son of Giles G. 

456. 

SIB PETER GABION, knt. Vol. 292, No. 165, and Vol. 307, No. 1. 

E. G., 23 Sept. 4 James. Died 21 Aug. 4 James at Wolavington. 

Heir, son Thomas Garton, esq., aged 11 years 2 months. 

Lands. Manors of Wolavington, Wonworth, and East Deaue, 
property in Billingshurst and Pulborough mention of Giles Garton, 
esq., his father, and Margaret, wife of Giles G. Judith, wife 
of P. G. sons Thomas, Giles, Henry, Peter. 

457. 

THOMAS GABION, knt. Vol. 375, No. 56. 

Petworth, 8 April 16 James. Died 22 Nov. 16 James at Cam- 
bridge, aged 22 years 6 months. 

Heir, brother Robert G., esq., second son of Sir Peter, aged 
21 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Wollavington, Wonworth, and East Deane, 
etc. Lady Judith Garton, mother of T. G., Margaret, Lady Goddard, 
late wife of Giles Garton, esq., grandfather of T. G., now wife of Otho 
Nicholson, esq., Peter Garton, knt., his father. 

458. 

ROBERT GARTON, esq. Vol. 720, No. 7. 

E. G., 2 Nov. 9 Charles. Died 4 Aug. 9 Charles s.p. 

Heir, brother Henry Garton, aged 30 years. 

Lands. R. G. and Jane, widow of Thos. Stoughton of West Stoke, 
esq., were seized of " Blackfryers " in East Street, Chichester, and on 
3 Aug. 5 Charles for love to his brother Henry Garton of Middle 
Temple, esq., settled it on him after his death. R. G. also seized of 
manor and patronage of Church of Woollavington, manors of Won- 
worth and Graffham, manor and advowson of East Deane after death 
of Lady Judith Garton of Woollavington his mother, widow of 
Sir Peter G. his father, deceased. 

459. 

WILLIAM GARTON, esq. Vol. 778, No. 152. 

Crawley, 21 Feb. 14 Charles. 

Jurors say Wm. G. is lunatic, seized of manors of Wollavington, 
Onworth alias Wonworth in Graffham and Eastdeane. Jane Hauchet, 
widow, Judith, wife of .... May, sen., and Robert Orme, gent., are 
cousins and heirs, all over 21, 



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460. 

HENRY GABION, esq. Vol. 616, No. 24. 

Petworth, 22 March 17 Charles. Died 30 Oct. last at Wollavington. 

Heir, son ....(?) William G., aged . . months 27 days. 

Lands. Manors of Woollavington and Wanworth, Graffhame and 
Eastdeane, property in Chichester, etc., and on 8 April 16 Charles in 
consideration of his marriage with Dorothy, daughter of William 
Whitmore, knt., settled estate. Dorothy survives. 

461. 

ELIZABETH GASTON. Vol. 143, No. 30. 

E. G., 22 Jan. 8 Eliz. Has been an idiot of weak mind from her 
birth. 

Heir, uncle George Gaston of Balcombe (brother of William 
Gaston, father of Elizabeth), aged 40. 

Lauds called " Woodwardes " and " Inholmes " in Balcombe. 

462. 

EICHARD GAWEN. Vol. 323, Nos. 57 and 77. 

Horsham, 15 March 8 James. Died 10 June 1609. 

Heir, son Allan, aged 7 on 17 June last. 

Lands. " Nosbeame," a messuage and land belonging in Lydsey, 
parish of Aldingborne, in tenure of Alice his widow, lands in Pagham 
and Aruudel. 

463. 

ALAN GAWEN. Vol. 487, No. 40. 
E. G., 17 Jan. 8 Charles. Died 12 Sept. last. 
Heir, son George, aged 1 year 10 months. 

Lands. " Ellesbeame " in Lydsey, parish of Aldingborn, and other 
lands in Pagham and Arundel. 

464. 

HENRY GATHER, gent. Vol. 247, No. 40. 
E. G., 14 July 38 Eliz. Died 6 April last at Eye. 
Heir, son Eobert, aged 35 and more. 

Lands. " Greenhall," etc., in Eye, " New Inn" in Eye, tenement, 
etc., in Playden, " Paynterfield " in P., " Shotes " in P. 

465. 

JOHN GEERING, yeo. Vol. 605, No. 4. 

E. G., 12 Jan. 17 Chas. Died 16 Nov. last. 

Heir, eldest sou Thomas Geering, aged 14 years 10 months 14 days. 

Lands called " Sweetes " in Ashurst settled 2 Jan. 11 Chas. on 
himself for life, and after on Thomas G. 1st, John G. 3rd, William G. 
4th, Francis G., 5th son, with remainder to right heirs. 

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102 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

466. 

THOMAS GEEARD. Vol. G7, No. 131. 

Battle, 8 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 10 Dec. 33 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, son Robert G., aged 24 years. 

Lands called " Borelands " and " Modymans," held of the manor 
of Echingham. 

ELIZABETH GEEBABD. See JEEBAED. 

467. 

THOMAS GESTE, idiot. Vol. 201, No. 67, and Vol. 126, No. 89. 
Arundel, 9 July 25 Eliz. Died 16 Feb. 12 Eliz. 1569. 
No heir. 

Lands. Tenement in Rye called "Stonehouse." T. G. was found 
an idiot by Inq. taken at Rye 8 June 2 Eliz. 

468. 

JOHN GIBB, yeo. Vol. 307, No. 56. 

E. G., 1 June 7 James. Died 29 Sept. last at West Hothly. 
Heir, son Henry Gibb, aged 40 and more. 

Lands. One messuage and land called "Hannyngden" in West 
Hothly. 

469. 

JEEVASE GIBBON, gent. Vol. 247, No. 55. 

Horsham, 26 Jan. 38 Eliz. Died 6 March 37 Eliz. at Benenden 
in Kent. 

Coheirs, daughters Frances, aged 4, Eleanor, aged 3, and Grizel, 
aged 2. 

Lands. " Dinicke Marshe alias Mydlyn Marsh," " Stonehylls," 
and "le Wyshe," " Oxenbridge alias Kitcheners," and other lands in 
Iden, messuage in Rye. 

470. 

THOMAS GILDBIDGE, gent. Vol. 192, No. 32. 

Lewes, 4 April 23 Eliz. Died at Eastbourne 29 Jan. 23 Eliz. 

Heir, son James Gildridge, aged 25. 

Lands. Manors of Passhely and Hartfeld in Eastbourne, and one- 
third of the manor of Eastbourne, now (after partition made with 
John Selwyn, esq., and John Burton and Grace his wife, owners of 
remaining two-thirds, Michas. 16 and 17 Eliz.) called the manor of 
Eastbourne Gildridge. Made will 16 Nov. 1576 and left to his son 
James after the decease of Alice his wife. Alice is still living at 
Eastbourne. 

471. 

JAMES GILDEIDGE, esq. Vol. 419, No. 49. 
E. G., 16 May 1 Charles. Died 7 April last. 
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Lands. Manor of Eastbourne Gildridge, and on 19 Feb. 45 Eliz. 
in consideration of marriage between Nicholas his son and heir and 
Mary Pope, daughter of Ealph Pope, esq., settled it on them. 
Elizabeth, then wife of J. G. Nicholas and Mary had Nicholas, only 
son. Elizabeth survives. 

472. 

CONSTANCE GLEMHAM. Vol. 517, No. 25. 

Shoreham, 22 May 11 Charles. Died 26 July last. 

Heir, son Anthony Forster, esq., aged 55. 

Lands. Manor of Wanuingore, advowson of Chailey, manor and 
advowson of Trotton, watermill in Terwicke, half the park of Dump- 
ford, and half the manor of Ludley alias Selmeston. 

473. 

THOMAS GLYDD or GLIDD. Vol. 361, No. 105. 

Petworth, 1 April 15 James. Died 5 Feb. 13 James at Hellingly. 

Heir, son Giles, aged 4 months 11 days. 

Lands. "Fukelherst," "Tomwilliams," "Tabretts " in Etchingham 
and Burwash, moiety of "Calves Croft," "Perry Croft," " Bushey 
lanes," " Cawsey Bridges," " les eleven acres," and " le tenne acres " 
in Pevensey. Margaret, late wife of T. Gr. and now wife of a certain 
John Knight, is now living at Cowden, Kent, and claims dower. 

474. 

JOHN GODLY, gent. Vol. 699, No. 119. 

Shoreham, 12 Aug. 18 Chas. Died last Dec. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 28. 

Lands. John Godly, father of J. G., on 16 Aug. 7 James settled 
" Herwards alias Harwoods " in Chaily on marriage between J. G. 
and Alice, daughter of Walter Smalham of Speldhurst, Kent. J. G. 
seized of " Hunts " and " Newlands " in Chiltington, parish Westmes- 
ton. On 6 April 8 Charles settled it on Mary G. his daughter. 
J. G. also seized of barn and lands in Westmeston called " Godlies 
Post." 

475. 

THOMAS GODMAN de Wivellsfield, gent. Vol. 340, No. 236. 

E. G., 1 June 11 James. Died 30 Aug. 10 James at Wivelsfield. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 40 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Otehale in Wivelsfield, Plompton and Hurst- 
perpoint, "Folders" in Ditchling, "Woodwards" in Wivelsfield, 
"Fulling Mills" in Keymer, " Broomfields," " Conycrof t," "Bipmead" 
and " Westlandfield " in Barcombe, " Cobwish" and 4 swathes of land 
at Holewish mead in Barcombe, parcel of Scufflands and land called 
the Bramlett part of Scufflands. 

476. 

MARY GOLDSMITH, widow of Edward G. Vol. 344, No. 60. 
E. G., 7 May 12 James. Died 8 Oct. 11 James at Eetherfield. 



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Heirs, daughters Tabitha G., aged 7 years, and Mary GK, aged 
3 years. 

Lands. Half a virgate in Upmarden. 

477. 

JOHN GOOD. Vol. 341, No. 10. 

E. G., 16 Aug. 12 James. Died 20 Dec. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 40 and more. 

Lands. " Brookehurst " and " Woodcott." Land in Stedham. 

478. 

EDWARD GOODWYN, esq. Vol. 568, No. 122. 

Petworth, 7 July 13 Charles. Died 21 Feb. last. 

Heir, son Robert G-., aged 21 and more. 

Lands. "Sexpes," messuages called "Martins," "Trendells," 
"Colliers stile," " Longcroft," "Woodyes," "Turners," and "le 
Leame," all in East Grinstead. " Upper Spartenden," " le Pulters " 
and " Knights," " Paynesfield," and many other lands in E. Grinstead. 
On 17 Feb. 1626 made will as E. G. of Home, co. Surrey, gent., and 
left to Robert G., eldest son, bequeathing 400 to Dorothy G-., eldest 
dau., at 24 or marriage, to Anna G., youngest dau., 400 at 21 or 
marriage my son Benjamin my youngest son son Robert. Sus- 
anna, the widow of E. GK, survives at Home. 

479. 

MARMADUKE GORGE, esq. Vol. 25, No. 56. 

Pulbarowe, Friday after feast of Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 
2 Hen. VIII. Died 26 May 1 Hen. VIII. 

Heirs, daughters Elizabeth Gorge, aged 14 and more, and Matilda 
Gorge, aged 1 year and more. 

Lands. Henry Roos, knt., and Matilda his wife on 24 Nov. 18 
Hen. VII. granted mill and lands in West Grinstead to M. G., 
reciting that whereas they were seized of manor and advowson of 
Horsyngton, co. Somerset, in right of Matilda, and advowson of 
Cheryton with remainder to said M. G., .he, M. G., granted to 
Henry Roos and his heirs said properties for 60 years after Matilda's 
death, and Henry granted West Grinstead property to M. G. after 
death of Henry and Matilda. 

480. 

WILLIAM GORING, knt. Vol. 104, No. 79. 

Lewes, 19 April 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. Died 2 March 1 Mary. 

Heir, son Henry Goring, esq., aged 32 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Manor of Burton, advowson of Burton, and Cotts in 
Burton. Manor of Barlavington, Fyttelworth Mill, lands in Bar- 
lavington, Dounkton, Suttou, Petworth, Bygnor, Coots, Fittleworth, 
and Egdene, settled 9 June 1 Edw. VI. on himself for life, then on 
Lady Elizabeth his wife for life, then for Henry Goring, esq., his son 



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and heir, and heirs male, remainder to George G., 2nd son, remainder 
Eobt. G., 3rd son, remainder right heirs. Sir W. G. died, then Lady 
Elizabeth entered and survives. Also seized of manor of Hardam 
alias Heryngham and advowson of Church of H., manor of Moncks in 
Northlauncing, Cookeham, Worthing, and Counting, Kectory and 
Church of Carsalton alias Karsalton, co. Surrey. Made will as Sir 
W. Gr. of Burton, knt., 6 May 7 Edw. VI., left Henry his son sole 
ex'or. Edward VI. also seized of reversion of manors of Balueth and 
Nytymber, lands called "Knolland," "Frythland," "Oldland," " Lose- 
mans," "Pigdene," and " Southlond," after death of Anne of Cleves, 
and granted to W. G. by Letters Patent. She still living at Hever, 
co. Kent. "W". G. also seized of other property in Shipley, West 
Grinstead, Warininghurst. 

481. 

HENRY GOBINGE, knt. Vol. 244, No. 101. 

Arundel, 9 April 37 Eliz. Died 16 Dec. last. 

Heir, son "William Goring, aged 50 and more. 

Lands. William Goring, knt., father of H. G., was seized of 
manors of Burton and Barlavington, etc., and on 29 June 1 Edw. VI. 
settled on himself, then on Lady Elizabeth his wife, then on Henry his 
son and heir and his heirs male, remainder to George Goring his 
2nd son heirs male, remainder to Robert G. 3rd son, remainder right 
heirs of William G., knt. William died first, then Elizabeth, then 
Henry, leaving issue William Goring, esq., his eldest sou, and Edward 
G., his younger son. H. G. also seized of manors of Balneth and 
Nytimber, Hardam alias Heringham. He made will 14 Dec. 1594 left 
to William his son and heir and heirs male, then to Edward 2nd son 
heirs male, then to cosen George Gorynge, then to right heirs to son 
Edward manor of Howicks in Kerdford and lands in Shipley, Angmer- 
ing, Restington, and Pulborough George Gorynge, 2nd son of my son 
William G. Henry, son of my sou William G. Henry G., son of 
my sou Edward G. Edward G., 2nd son of my son Edward G. 

482. 

GEOEGE GOEING, esq. Vol. 271, No. 156. 

Horsham, 1 June 44 Eliz. (1602). Died 7 Feb 44 Eliz. (1602). 

Heir, son George, aged 17 years 33 days at Inq. 

Lands in St. Michael's, Lewes, one-eighth part of manor and farm 
of Houndean, one-eighth manor of Keymer, manor of Hurstpierpoint, 
manors and farms of Street, Westmeston, Novington, and Newick, 
manor of Nytymbre, etc. 

483. 

WILLIAM GOEING, esq. Vol. 269, No. 97. 

Horsham, 1 June 44 Eliz. Died 11 March last. 

Heir, son Henry Goring, aged 27 and more. 

Lands. W. G. seized in reversion after death of Queen Elizabeth 
of manors of Balneth and Nytymber, lands called " Knolland," 
" Fryetsland," "Ouldland," "Hesemans," " Pigdene," and "South- 



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laud," and in certain other messuages, lands, and tenements in Balneth, 
Berkcombe, Newick, Chelye, Wevelsfield, Chiltington, Lyndfeld, 
Ardinglye, Nytymber, Pulboroughe, and Sutton, formerly part of 
possessions of Thomas Cromwell, knt., late Earl of Essex. W. G. also 
seized of manors of Burton, Barlavington, Hardham alias Heringham, 
" Mooncks " in South Launcing, and manors of North Launcing, Coke- 
ham, Goring, and Bignors, lands in Burton, Sutton, Cotes, Egdene, 
Byworth, Fittleworth, Kerdford, Petworth, Dunckton, Wullavington, 
and Barlavington, messuage and lauds called " Bewgens " in Petworth, 
Egdene, Fittleworth, and Burye, " Styckers " in Wullavington, 
messuage and land in Ferring, "Kyverhyll" in Fittleworth, "Smythes," 
etc., in Launcing, advowsons of Burton, Barlavington, Hardham alias 
Heringham, and Cotes, " Slanters " in Shipley, advowson of and half 
manor of Ovingdean. 

484. 

MABY GOBING, widow. Vol. 282, No. 28. 

Arundel, 12 April 2 James. Died 23 Dec. 45 Eliz. (1602) at 
Hurst. 

Heir, son Edward Bellingham, aged 50 and more, and living at 
Woodmancote. 

Lands. Half manor of Ovingdean and advowson of Ovingdean, 
and moiety of a quarter part of Castle and Barony of Lewes, and 
moiety of a quarter part of manors of Howndeaue, Keymer, Hallde 
Courte Busshes, Cuckfield, and Cuckfield Clanditor, co. Sussex, and 
with Edward Bellingham, esq., her son, by licence of Queen Eliz., 
Easter 37, levied a fine of them to George Smythe, gent., and others 
to use of said Mary Goring for life, then to said Edward B. her son 
for life, then to Cicely Clarke, daughter of Bartholomew Clerke, 
deceased, then to use of Edward Bellingham, son of aforesaid Edw. B. 
the father, and heirs male of Edw. B. and Cicely Clarke, remainder to 
heirs male of E. B. the son, remainder heirs male of E. B. the father. 

485. 

EDWAED GOEING, esq. Vol. 361, No. 103. 

Petworth, 29 Aug. 15 James. Died 20 May last. 

Heir, son Henry Goring, esq., aged 30 years and more. 

Lands. Manor of Hyden in Hyden, Fyndon, and "Washington, 
and manor of Okehurst in Billingshurst, " le Sparre," " Jefferyes," 
" Sparrewood," " Crouche house," " Cockecrofte," " Little Eaton " in 
Billiugshurst, "Eownor" in Pulborough, " Imple Torre" in Wis- 
borough, manor of Howyke in Eudgewicke, lands in Shipley, manor of 
Maryngedeue, and on 1 Jan. 7 James, on marriage between Henry 
Goring, son and heir of E. G., and Mary, daughter of Sir Thomas 
Earsfield, made settlement on self, Henry and Mary, heirs male, 
then on second son Edward G., remainder to right heirs of Edward 
the father. E. G. also seized of Rectory of Billingshurst. 

486. 

HENBY GOEING, knt. Vol. 423, No. 66. 
Petworth, 21 Sept. 2 Charles. Died 16 July last. 



INQUISITIONS. 

Heir, eldest son William Goring, Bart., aged 28 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Burton, Barlavington, Lancing alias North 
Launcyng, Monkeys alias South Launcing, Goring, Herringham alias 
Hardam alias Tringham, Nytymber, and Balneth, Burton Place 
and Burton Park, levied a fine of them Easter 14 James to Edward 
Frauncys and George Goryng, knts. By deed 15 April 14 James 
settled to use of H. G. for life, then to use of said Wm. Goring, 
remainder to George Goring of Danny, bro. of Sir H. G. On 28 June 
20 James settled some property on Henry G. and John G.. gents., his 
younger sons, Dorothy G., Mary G., Charity G., and EHz. G., his 
daughters. 

487. 

JOHN GRATEWIKE. Vol. 67, No. 111. 

Died 23 Dec. 30 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 8 years and more. 

Lands. " Wittyngwyke " in West Grinstead, etc. 

488. 

THOMAS GBATWYKE. Vol. 124, No. 161. 

Steyning, 29 April 1 Elizabeth. Died 12 January 1559. 

Heir, son Richard Gratwike, aged 7 years 7 months and 8 days. 

Lands. Manor of Balsdean, messuages and lands in St. Michael's 
and St. Mary's Westout in Lewes, windmill in Telscombe, messuages 
and lands in Seaford. Will at Seaford 4 Jan. 1558 to eldest son 
Richard manor of Balsdean at 21 to son William Telscombe mill and 
premises in Lewes. Residuary legatee and executrix wife Annys. 

489. 

ROGER GRATEWIKE. Vol. 154, No. 104. 

Steyning, 20 Sept. 12 Eliz. Died 19 Aug. 12 Eliz. 

Heir, son Roger Grattwycke, aged 19 on St. Mark's day last. 

Lands. Manors of Itford and Ham, lands in West Grinstead and 
Horsham. Made will as "of Lullington in Sussex, yeoman," on the 
10th Aug. 12 Eliz. Mentions wife Mary, sons Roger (to whom 
manor of Itford), John and Philip (to whom manor of Ham), Thomas, 
Richard, and Benjamin. His widow Mary has received profits since 
his death. 

490. 

THOMAS GHATWICK. Vol. 242, No. 51. 

Arundel, 26 Aug. 37 Eliz. Died 21 Dec. 37 Eliz. 

Heir, eldest brother Roger Gratwick. 

Lands. Roger G., father of T. G., on 10 Aug. 1570 at Sullington 
made will and left lands in West Angmering, first to Mary his wife, 
then to sons John G., T. G., Philip G., Richard G., and Benjamin G., 
and their heirs male in succession. On 1 Sept. 1570 said Roger died 
at Sullington. Mary seized as above with ultimate remainder to 
Roger G., eldest son and heir of Roger G., and after John the son 
died without issue, and after that Mary died, so property came to 
T. G. and his heirs male. 



108 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

491. 

ROGER GBATWICK. Vol. 247, No. 77. 

Arundel, 26 Aug. 38 Eliz. Died 25 July 38 Eliz. without issue. 

Heir, brother Philip, aged 38. 

Lands. Manors of Itford and Asham in Bedingham, and manor 
of Balsden in Balsden and Kotyngden, and " Butlers " in Ham. 
At death of R. G., Philip G. was seized of manor of Ham by will of 
Roger G., father of R. Gr., with remainder in default of male issue to 
said R. Gr., as .son and heir of aforesaid Roger the father. Said R. Gr. 
was seized of manor of Tortington Cheynes, and on 12 April 38 Eliz. 
settled on Roger G. and William G., sons of William G. of East 
Mailing, co. Kent. R. G. willed Itford, Asham, and Balsden to 
Philip G. and Roger G., son of said Philip. R. G. left " Woodgates " 
in Horsham to John G., son of Thomas G. of Cowfold John G. and 
Roger G., sons of William G. of Cowfold. 



492. 

PHILIP GBATWJCK, yeo. Vol. 259, No. 83. 
Arundel, 4 Aug. 42 Eliz. Died 7 May 40 Eliz. 
Coheiresses, daughters Anne, aged 10 years 6 months, Mary, aged 
4 years 4 months, Elizabeth, aged 1 year and 6 months. 
Lands. Manor of Ham and " Butlers " in Ham. 



493. 

GHATWICK. Vol. 279, No. 448. 

E. G., 28 July 44 Eliz. Died 30 May 44 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 30. 

Lands. Two-thirds of manor of Hame formerly belonging to 
Thomas Older and before that to Margaret Lewknor, widow, and 
Edward Lewknor of Kingston Bowcy, esq., deceased, also land in 
Hame and West Angmering, which lately was John Palmer's, esq. 



494. 

MABIE GBATTWICKE. Vol. 307, No. 4. 

E. G., 13 April 7 James. 

Marie Grattwicke, late living under age and in ward of the late 
Queen Elizabeth, one of the three daughters and coheirs of Philip 
Grattwick, gent., lately deceased. Philip, father of M. G., was seized 
of manor of Hame and of " Butlers" in Ham, and died 40 Eliz., leaving 
three daughters and coheirs, viz., Anne, now wife of Hugh Keate, 
geut., Mary G. and Elizabeth G., then minors, as appears by his Inq. 
42 Eliz. Queen then took them and their lands into her own hands, 
and Mary died a minor 2 Dec. 45 Eliz. Her one-third then came to 
Anne and Elizabeth, her sisters and coheirs, whose ages are given iu 
above recited Inq. She had no other lands. 



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495. 

WILLIAM GRATWICK, knt. Vol. 342, No. 115. 

E. G., 1 Jan. 11 James. Died 12 April last. 

Heir, son William, aged 23 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Tortington Chenyes, Tortington, Itford, Asham, 
Balesdon, Seaford, and Walstone. Made will to Wm. G-., eldest son, 
manors of T. C. and T., etc., heirs male, remainder my heirs male, 
remainder my heirs female to Edward G., my 2nd son, manor of 
Itford to Roger G., 3rd son, manor of Balsden to Thos. G., 4th son, 
other property to John G., 5th son, other property in Seaford. I have 
wardship of Elizabeth Gratwick. daughter of Philip G., deceased, to 
marry son Roger or one of them. 

496. 

JOHN GRATWICKE of Kirdford. Vol. 379, No. 62. 

Petworth, 22 March 17 James. Died 28 Dec. 1617 at Kirdford. 

Heir, son Roger, aged 18 years 11 months. 

Lands. " Holds," " Swares," and "Thornmeade" in Kirdford, and 
" Alfold" and "Bishops" in K., and on 19 Nov. 1613 made will, in 
which, in case he died before Roger his son attained 21, he devised 
lands to Henry Napper of Horsham, John By den of Lysse, and 
Richard Kinge of Kirdford as trustees. 

497. 

HENRY GRATWICKE. Vol. 379, No. 73. 
E. G., 11 Aug. 18 James. Died 8 Sept. 13 James. 
Heir, eldest son Jonathan, aged 25 years 11 months 14 days at Inq. 
Lands. Messuage, etc., and land called "Needs" in West Grin- 
stead, and land called " Whittingweeke " in West Griustead. 

498. 

JONATHAN GRATWICK. Vol. 394, No. 34. 

Horsham, 20 Aug. 20 James. Died 10 May last at West Grinstead. 
Heir, brother John, aged 21 on 25 Jan. last. 

Lands. " Sextens " and " Sextens Garden," also of "Whitting- 
weeke " and " Needes " in West Grinstead. 

499. 

JOHN GRATWICK, gent. Vol. 394, No. 22. 

Petworth, 26 Sept. 20 James. Died 1 Aug. 19 James. 

Heir, son John, aged 3 years and more. 

Lands. Manor and farm of Batons in Henfield, West Grinstead, 
and Ashurst, " Rimans Hill " in Heene parish, Terring. Sarah G., his 
widow, is living at Steyning. 

500. 

EDWARD GRATWICKE, esq. Vol. 425, No. 18, and Vol. 439, No. 38. 

Horsham, 14 Sept. 2 Chas. Died 28 Nov. 22 James. 

Heirs, daughters and coheiresses Frances G., aged 1 year 1 month 
and 20 days, and Margaret (or Marian) G., born 19 Dec. 22 James. 

Lands. Half the manors of Itford and Asham. 



110 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

501. 

PRANCES G-RATWICKE, one of the daughters and coheirs of Edward 
Gratwicke, esq.. deceased. Vol. 470, No. 24. 

Horsham, 7 June 7 Charles. Died 4 April last. 

Heir, sister Mary, aged 6 years 4 months 12 days. 

Lands. Edward Gratvvicke seized of manors of Itford and Asham, 
died 28 Nov. 22 James leaving issue: daughters F. G-., then aged 1 year 
1 month 21 days, and Mary, born 19 Dec. after father's death, his 
coheirs. 

502. 

THOMAS GRATWICK. Vol. 517, No. 11. 
. . . ., 22 May 11 Charles. Died 25 March last. 
Heir, son Thomas G., aged 16 years 4 months 24 days. 
Lands. Manor and farm of Ham, bought of Lady Margery 
Gratvvick of Seaford and Roger G. of Tortington, gent., her son. 



503. 

WILLIAM GRATWICK, yeo. Vol. 536, No. 20. 

E. G., 17 Jan. 12 Charles. Died 28 Oct. last. 

Heir, son William Gratwick, aged 2 years 3 months. 

Lands. " Beedmg New Park'' in Seale alias Seeding, near Forest 
of St. Leonards. Made will . . Oct. last and left to Jane his wife, 
Henry Shelley, John G. his father, Gregory Roberts, and Henry 
Lintott for 30 years to pay debts and portion to daughters. 



504. 

ROGER GRATWICKE, gent., late of Kirdford. Vol. 699, No. 106. 

Horsham, 26 Dec. 21 Chas. Died 19 Feb. 18 Chas. 

Heir, son John, aged 11 years 8 months 7 days at father's death. 

Lands. Messuage, land, etc., in Cowfold called "If eld alias 
Efolds," "Swaceland alias Swaces" in Kirdford, "Thornemead" and 
"Bishops" in K., and land, etc., called " Stroodwiches Wood" in 
Kirdford. 

505. 

THOMAS GHATWICK, gent. Vol. 775, No. 42. 

E. G., 27 March 21 Charles. Died 11 March 19 Charles. 

Heir, brother Humfrey, aged 23 years 4 months 15 days. 

Lands. " Greenfields" and " Irishes" in West Angmering, two- 
thirds of manor of Hame, late of Thomas Oulder, bought by him 
of Margaret Lewknor, widow of Edward Lewknor of Kingston 
Bowcye, esq., pasture in Hame in West Angmering, and moiety of 
manor of Hame, bought by Thomas G., father of T. G., of Dame 
Margery G. of Seaford, widow, and Roger G. of Tortiugtou, gent., 
her sou. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. Ill 

506. 

PETER GRAVNT. Exchequer File 1070, No. 4. 

Kuggewyke, 5 Nov. 7 Hen. VIII. 

Peter Graunt is and has been from birth an idiot, seized of 
Graunt's manor in Launsyng and lands in Wasshington, Durrington, 
and West Grinstead. 

507. 

JAMES GRAVES, gent. Vol. 307, No. 32. 

E. G., 13 April 7 James. Died 28 Dec. last at Clarkenwell, co. 
Middlesex. 

Heir, son John Graves, aged 30 and more. 
Lands. Manor of Heene. 

508. 

JOHN GRAVES, gent. Vol. 338, No. 14. 

Petworth, 27 July 11 James. Died 7 Jan. 9 James at Tarring. 

Heir, brother James G., aged 21 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Heene. 

509. 

JAMES GRAVES, gent. Vol. 422, No. 6. 

Shoreham, 7 Sept. 2 Charles. Died 5 Aug. last. 

Heir, son Sackville Graves, aged 7 years 10 months. 

Lands. Moiety of manor of Heene, " Northbrook " in Goring, 
" Grunders " in Goring, " Pannetts Park " in Goring. Hanna Graves 
his widow survives. 

510. 

WILLIAM GRAY. Vol. 710, No. 2, and Vol. 774, No. 13. 

Horsham, 30 Dec. 21 Chas. Died 23 Feb. last at Wolbeding. 

Heir, son Thomas Gray, aged 18 on 16 May last. 

Lands. Property in Wolbeding, Upmarden, Sidlesham, Petersfield, 
etc. Made will 10 Aug. 16 Chas. to daughter Joane 1000 at 21 or 
marriage to son William 100 at 21 to daughter Mildred 1000 at 
21 or marriage to daughter Barbaric 1000 at 21 or marriage to 
daughter Elizabeth 1000 at 21 or marriage to son Edmund 250 at 
21 to daughter Mary 1000 at 21 or marriage my 3 youngest sons 
Peter, Andrew, and John, 250 apiece at 21 to ex'ors two-thirds of 
all my manors, etc., till Thomas Grey my eldest son and heir apparent 
is 21, to provide said portions brothers-in-law Joseph Wall and 
Andrew Wall, esqs., and cousin Edmund Fachin ex'ors. 

511. 

MART GRENE, widow. Vol. 5, No. 62. 

Inquisition 10 Nov. 5 Hen. VII. Died 10 Sept. last. 

Heir, grandson Thomas Grene, knt., aged 25 and more (viz., son of 
Thomas Grene, knt., her son). 

Lands. Manor of Isfelde for life, with remainder to Nicholas 
Gryfyn, now aged 13, as son and heir of John Gryfyn. 



112 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

512. 

THOMAS GREEN. Vol. 254, No. 119. 

E. G., 1 July 39 Eliz. Died 20 April last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 12 weeks and 3 days at Inq. 

Lands in Salvington, par. Tarring, called " Walleis," messuage, etc., 
and land called " Steeres " in Derrington, lands in West Preston and 
in East Preston. 

513. 

THOMAS GREENE, gent. Vol. 295, No. 48. 
Chichester, 8 Sept. 5 James. Died 8 Aug. last. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 14 years and more. 

Lands. " Southleazes " in TJpmarden, and lands called " Brownes 
Farm " in Preston, etc., also lands in Surrey. 

514. 

BENNETT GREEN. Vol. 436, No. 32. 

E. G., 9 April 3 Charles. Died 28 Jan. last. 

Heir, son Thomas Green, aged 9 years 10 months. 

Lands. " Boochers " in West Grinstead settled 13 June 14 James 
on marriage between himself and Margaret Whitebread, one of the 
daughters of William Whitebread, to his use for life, then to Margaret 
for jointure, then for their heirs, remainder to his right heirs. They 
were married 1 July 14 James. B. G. seized of another messuage, 
etc., called " Donnetts " and " Elridges," and land called " Sopers " in 
West Grinstead, and on 24 Jan. 2 Charles made will to son John 
Greene house wherein I now dwell called " Donnetts," " Elridges," and 
" Sopers " rest of lands to son Thomas G. and his heirs. Margaret, 
the widow of B. G., still living. 

515. 

THOMAS GREENE, son and heir of Bennett Greene, deceased. 
Vol. 582, No. 152. 

E. G., 15 Jan. 14 Charles. Died 26 May last before this Inq. 

Heir, brother John Greene, aged 14 years 10 months. 

Lands. By Inq. at E. G. 9 April 3 Chas. p.m. Bennett Greene, it 
was found he was seized of " Boochers " in West Grinstead, and by 
deed 13 June 14 James in consideration of marriage between self and 
Margaret Whitebread conveyed to survivor and heirs. B. G. also 
seized of messuage called " Donnetts " and " Elridges " and " Sopers " 
in W. Grinstead. Made will 24 Jan. 2 Chas. and left to John Greene, 
his younger son and heirs, and to T. G., and died 28 Jan. last. T. G. 
was son and heir, aged 9 years 10 months at death of B. G. Margaret, 
widow of B. G. and mother of T. G., survived. 

516. 

SIR JOHN GULDEFORDE, knt. Vol. 141, No. 15. 
E. G., 24 Oct. 7 Elizabeth. Died 5 July 1565. 
Heir, son Thomas Guldeforde, esq., aged 30, 



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Lands. J. G. on 12 Dec. 5 and 6 Philip and Mary settled 
marshlands in East Guldeford on Mary his then wife ; said Mary is still 
living at Michelgrove. He was seized of " Guldeford Marsh " in 
East Guldeford, advowson and rectory of East Guldeford, lands in 
Peasmarsh, Rye, and Playden, also the lordship or manor of Higham 
otherwise Iham, and advowson of the rectory of Winchelsea, latter 
granted 17 Jan. 21 Hen. VIII. to Sir Richard Guldeford, and which 
descended to him as son and heir of George Guldeford, son and heir of 
said Sir Richard G. Will (quoted) cousins Sir John Mason and 
Warham St. Ledger son Thomas and Elizabeth his wife manor of 
Hempsted in Benenden and Cranbrook sister Anne Lyne (?) lands 
to Tnomas Guldeford eldest son, remainder to James Guldeforde, 
remainder to George G., remainder to Henry G., remainder to Richd. 
G., remainder to my heirs general. 

517. 

THOMAS GULDEPOED, knt. Vol. 172, No. 114. 

Steyning, 19 Oct. 17 Eliz. Died at Clapham 14 June 17 Eliz. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 9 years 9 months 13 days. 

Lands. John Guldeford, knt., his father, on 12 Oct. 5 and 6 Philip 
and Mary, settled marshlands in East Guldeford on himself and 
Mary his wife, with remainder to his heirs ; he died, and remainder 
passed to T. G., Mary the widow still living at Michelgrove. T. G. 
seized of garden in Salcott, Guldeford Marsh in East Guldeford, 
advowson and rectory of East Guldeford, " Denizens " in Peasmarsh, 
a windmill and lands and tenements in Rye and Playden, manor of 
Higham alias Iham, which manor was granted 7 Jan. 21 Hen. VII. to 
Richard Guldeford, knt., to whom T. G. was heir, viz., son and heir of 
John, son and heir of George, son and heir of said Richard, Said 
T. G. 15 May 13 Eliz. granted to his brothers George G. and Henry G. 
annuities of 30 each. Made will Henry G. my son and heir 
cousin Sir Thomas Sherley, knt., brothers Mr. John Shelley, Mr. Edward 
Gage, and Mr. Richard Guldeford. 

518. 

JOHN GOTJNTER, esq., late of Aulworth, Surrey. File 1068, No. 3. 
Exchequer Inqs. P.M. 

Arundel, 17 Nov. 3 Hen. VIII. Died 8 Feb. last. 

Heir, 

Lands. Manor of Racton and lands called "Sendalys" in Racton, 
also other lands in Racton, Westmarden, Hartyng, etc., settled 4 Sept. 
19 Hen. VII. on J. G. and Margaret his wife, daughter of Thomas 
Troghton and their heirs male, remainder to Hugh, son of Wm. 
Gounter of Seynt Gyleston in Brekenok in Marches of Wales and his 
heirs male, remainder to John, son of Hugh Gounter of Mereton in 
Tealgarth in said Marches and heirs male, remainder to heirs male of 
John Gounter, late of Beghlett in Breknok, remainder to heirs male of 
John Gounter, late of Istrovethes in Brechon, remainder to heirs 
male of Lewis Gounter, late of Mareton aforesaid, remainder to heirs 
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male of Philip, brother of said Lewis, remainder to heirs male of 
David, son of Thomas G., late of Mereton aforesaid, remainder to 
heirs male of John Gounter, late of Tregord or Tregors in Talgarth 
aforesaid, remainder to right heirs of John Gounter, late of Racton, 
co. Sussex, esq., for ever. J. G-. died without issue by Margaret. 
Margaret survived him and is seized for life. 



519. 

JOHN GOTJNTER, esq. Vol. 124, No. 163. 

Horsham, 1 Oct. 1 Elizabeth. Died 4 Jan. 4 and 5 Philip and 
Mary. 

Heir, son Arthur Grounter, gent., aged 21. 

Lands. Manor of Eacton and lands in Harting, East Marden and 
Walderton. 

520. 

ARTHUR GUNTER, esq. Vol. 175, No. 79, and Vol. 207, No. 135. 

Alton (Hants), 22 Sept. 18 Eliz. Died 23 June last. 

Heir, son George Gunter, aged 13 on the 16th April last. 

Lands in Freshwater and Shore well, Isle of Wight, Farlington, 
Lymington, and Warblington, Hants, manor of Racton and lands in 
Walderton, co. Sussex, also reversion of the manor of Woodmancote 
after death of Lady Matravers. Made will 20 June last sons George 
and Richard and daughters, all minors my brothers Mr. "William, 
Mr. Harry, and Mr. Jasper Gunter. 



521. 

JOHN GUNTER. Vol. 419, No. 45. 

Chichester, 29 April 1 Charles. Died 20 Sept. . . James. 

Heir, son George, aged 6 years 10 months 7 days. 

Lands. Sir George Gunter, father of J. G., seized of manor of 
Compton, I.W., and manors of Racton and Woodmancott, Sussex, 
lands in Racton and Westborne, Alsden Farm, levied a fine of them 
(date gone, but ? 7 James, between John Knight, esq., petent, and 
John Gunter and Joan his wife tenants) to use of self, then to John 
his son, remainder to George his 2nd son, remainder to Richard G., 
(? 3rd) son, remainder to James G., 4th son. George Gunter the 
father survived John the son, and died 22 Aug. last. Mary and 
Ursula are daughters and heirs feminine of John and Joan, Mary, 
aged 8 years, and Ursula, aged 4 years. Joan died before J. G. her 
husband. 

522. 

PETER HALE of Birdham. Vol. 394, No. 21. 
Chichester, 14 June 20 James. Died 19 April 1612. 
Heir, son Richard Hale, aged 22 and more. 
Lands in Birdham.. 



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523. 

ROBERT HAULE, esq. Vol. 67, No. 137. 
Battle, 2 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 30 Dec. 32 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, son William Haulle, aged 40 years and more. 
Lands. Manors of Ore, Gensing, and Guestling. 

524. 

HENRY HALLE, yeo. Vol. 302, No. 88. 

E. G., 28 May 6 James. Died 16 Oct. 5 James at Southweeke. 

Heir, son Henry Hall, jun., aged 29. 

Lands. H. H. seized of manors in heredity and of capital messuage 
in Southweeke, and of lands in Southweeke, Kingston Bousey and 
Shoreham, " Blackdendowne " in Portslade, " Sheepegates " in 
Aldrington and Portslade, and by deed 21 Oct. 44 Eliz. settled on his 
son Henry Hall in consideration of marriage between H. H., jun., and 
Mary Courthopp, daughter of John C. of Lingfield, co. Surrey. 

525. 

JOHN HALL, gent. Vol. 578, No. 2. 
Petworth, 23 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 12 Dec. last. 
Heir, only son John, aged 35 years. 

Lands. Manor of Bromes, messuage, etc., and land in Chalgrove 
alias Chitgrove, tenement and land in Sutton, and land in Petworth. 

526. 

EGBERT HALSEY, gent. Vol. 511, No. 75. 
Shoreham, 27 March 10 Charles. Died 4 Feb. last. 
Heir, brother John Halsey, aged 18 on 24 Dec. last. 
Lands. Property in Rye and Playden. 

527. 

"WYUCHARDTJS HARBOTELL. Exchequer File 1070, No. 3. 

"Waldern, Monday next after feast of All Saints 6 Hen. VIII. 
Died 7 Sept. 5 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son George Harbotell, aged 6 years. 

Lands. Wyuchardus H. long before his death was seized of 
manors of Hamerden, Fyllysham, Cotersley, and Merley in Tycehurst, 
Northiham, Beckley, Magdalen, Holynden, and Westefeld. Henry 
Wylloughby, knt., has received rents and profits since death of 
Wyuchard (Guychard). 

528. 

GEORGE HARBOTELL, son and heir of Wichard Harbotell. 
File 1080, No. 3. Exchequer Inqs. P.M. 

Robertsbridge, 29 Oct. 20 Hen. VIII. Died 20 Jan. 19 Hen. VIII. 

Coheirs, sisters Eleanor, aged 24, now wife of Thomas Percy, esq., 
Mary, aged 22, now wife of Edward Fytton. 

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Lands. Balph Harbotell, knt., father of aforesaid "Wichard, was 
seized of manors of Hamarden, Courtisley, and Fylsham, and half 
manor of Morley, and various lands, and, in consideration of marriage 
between Wichard his son and heir and Joan, daughter of Henry 
Willoughby, knt., gave reversion after death of George to Eleanor 
and Mary, daughters of Wichard. 

529. 

EICHAED HABECOTJET, knt. Vol. 2, No. 45. 

Inq., 5 Nov. 2 Hen. VII. Died Sunday after Michaelmas last. 

Heir, grandson Miles H., son of Christopher, son of E. H., aged 

17 years, is " cousin and heir." 

Lands. Manor of Jevington, lands in Lamppam and Westham, 
Brytehelmyston, Portysslade, and Masefield. 

530. 

JOHN HABMAN, esq. Vol. 471, No. 64. 

Petworth, 30 March 7 Charles. Died 9 June 5 Charles, s.p. 

Heir. Jury do not know who is heir. 

Lands. Tenement in Lewes, gardens and lands in L., a tenement, 
etc., in Southover, other land in S. By deed 4 June 5 Charles, as 
J. H. of Middleton Stoney, Oxon, esq., conveyed to trustees in trust 
after his death for Nicholas Harman of Chelsey, co. Middlesex, also 
conveyed to them manors of Middleton Stoney, co. Oxon, and 
Barleston, co. Leicester, lands and tenements in St. Giles in the Fields, 
lands in Surrey, Sussex, Salop. 

531. 

EICHAED HABMEB of Heathfield, yeo. Vol. 681, No. 59. 

E. G., 2 Nov. 11 James. Died 22 Sept. last at Heathfield. 

Heir, son Eichard H., aged 23 and more at Inq. 

Lands." Pelshurste " and " Highdowne " in H., " Bynglys " in H., 
one- seventh of Heathfielddown, " Shernchurste," "North Brasshopps," 
"Moones," "Bramblecrofts," "Colecrofts," "Gyles," "Huggetts alias 
Mannings," and " Moreylands " in H. By deed 18 May 43 Eliz. 
gave to Thomas Hepden of Burwash, yeo., and John Bannister of 
Eastborn, yeo., "Bynglys" and " Pelshurste " to use of self for life, 
then for Eichard Harmer his son and heir, and by deed of same 

18 May gave " Gyles," " Shernhurst," " Moones," and " Huggetts 
alias Mannings " to them for self for life and then for Thomas 
Harmer his son. 

532. 

THOMAS HABBISON alias HALL, gent. Vol. 179, No. 82. 

Chichester, 16 April 19 Eliz. Died 1 Nov. 4 Eliz. 

Heir, nephew John Mascoll, viz., son and heir of Elenor M., 
deceased, late wife of Thos. M., sister and heir of T. H. alias H., 
aged 31 at Inq. 



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Lands. T. H. alias H. held no lauds in capite, but was seized of 
"Tottesland" and " Stubblehurst," and " Phyllip Fletchers" in 
Kyrdford, "Leehooke" and other lands in Fittleworth, Petworth, 
Siddlesham, Itchenor, West Wittering, and Burdham. Thos. Hall 
of London, merchant, has taken profits. 

533. 

JOHN HABT of Ringmer, gent. Vol. 394, No. 32. 

E. Gr., 8 Oct. 20 James. Died 19 March last. 

Heir, son John, aged 32 and more. 

Lands. Capital messuage called " Dtmstalles," in which he dwelt, 
" le Hooke alias Horscroft " and other lands in Ringmer, " Willetts " 
and other lands in Withy ham. 

534. 

THOMAS HAETE. Vol. 518, No. 66. 

E. GK, 5 Oct. 11 Charles. Died 11 Sept. last. 

Heir, son David H., aged 18 years 3 months 10 days. 

Lands. Prebend and Rectory of Hooe and messuage in which he 
dwelt in Wartling, with land, " Brownings " in W., " Preist marshes " 
and " Northey " in Bexhill and Hooe, " the little house at the 
Marshfoote " in W., cottage, etc., in Pevensey. Made will 10 Sept. 
last, and left to ex'ors until David Hart his only son attained 26, 
towards payment of debts. 

535. 

JOHN HAVELL. Vol. 264, No. 147. 

Horsham, 16 Dec. 43 Eliz. Died 23 Sept. 42 Eliz. at Pevensey. 

Heir, grandson Havell Page, son of Joan, late wife of John Page 
and daughter of J. H., aged 13 years 11 months 20 days. 

Lauds in Pevensey, etc. Made will last June 41 Eliz. left to 
trustees for cosen and heir apparent Havell Page. 

536. 

MICHAEL HAWKINS, gent. Vol. 282, No. 70. 

E. GK, 28 Aug. 2 James. Died 10 May 2 James. 

Heir, son Michael, aged 23. 

Lands. Messuage and land called " Series," " Southfield," 
" Whalesborough," and " le Riddens " in Fletching, " Pilchers," 
" Stonemeads," " Tuckers," " Crofters," " Marlefield," and " Vynalls " 
in Maresfield, lands in Brightling and Dallington, etc. 

537. 

MICHAEL HAWKINS, gent. Vol. 289, No. 67, and Vol. 301, No. 11. 
E. Q-., 29 July 3 James. Died 15 Feb. 2 James at Hastings. 
Coheirs, sisters Anne, late wife of John Mertyn, aged 26, and 
Mary, now wife of Thomas Arglas, aged 28 years. 



118 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. " Series," " Sowthefeeld," " Whalesborough," and "le 
Eiddens " in Fletching, " Pilchers," " Stonemead," " Tuckers," 
" Crofters," " Marlefield," and " Vynalls " in Maresfield, lands in 
Brightling and Dalliugton, etc. Reversion after death of Judith, 
widow of Michael Hawkins his father, now wife of Thomas Andrewe. 
In Feb. 2 James made will and left to Mary, now wife of Thos. 
Argles, Jane Hawkyns, now wife of John Atkyn, and Joan Hawkins, 
now wife of Wm. Seres, and to a certain . . . ., then wife of John 
Marten. 

538. 

WILLIAM HATE, yeo. Vol. 67, No. 94. 

Robertsbridge, 17 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 22 Aug. 30 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, eldest son William Haye, aged 17 years 6 months and more 
at Inq. 

Lands in Salehurst settlement 18 Aug. 30 Hen. VIII. to use 
of W. H. for life, then for his son and heir William and his heirs, 
paying his mother Joan 5 marks a year, then for his son Thomas and 
his heirs on same condition, remainder to his daughters Joan, Mary, 
Agnes, Bridget, and Margaret Haye. 



539. 

JOHN HATES, gent. Vol. 289, No. 75. 

Lewes, 26 Sept. 3 James. Died 5 Sept. 3 James. 

Heir, son Herbert, aged 14 years . . months. 

Lands. Manor of Belhurst in Salehurst, Echingham, and Tise- 
hurst settled 5 Aug. 37 Eliz. to use of J. H. and Mary, then his 
wife, for life (said Mary died at Hurstmonceux in his lifetime), and 
then for Herbert Haye, son and heir apparent of said J. H., and fee 
simple to Thomas Haye, father of J. H. J. H. also seized of 
prebendary or rectory of Wartling, " Bowles " in Hellingly, " Lyme " 
in Hurstmonceux, " Chersham " in Wartling and Hurstmonceux, 
" Beles Tenement " in Munfield. On 23 Feb. 1604 made will bond 
to John Bruster, esq., and Robert Bell, merchant annuity of 100 to 
wife Anne. 

540. 

ISAAC HATE, gent. Vol. 510, No. 56. 

Shoreham, 27 March 10 Charles. Died 6 Jan. 7 Charles. 

Coheirs, nieces Elizabeth, now wife of William Whitfield, gent., 
and Dorothy, wife of Havell Page, gent., viz., daughters and heirs of 
Thomas Haye, gent., deceased, eldest brother of I. H., both aged 
20 years and more. 

Lands. Capital messuage in which he dwelt, near Netherfield- 
downe in Battell, and lands called "Beechers," "Slydens," "Normans," 
and " Walges alias Wawges " in Battle and Munfield, land bought by 
Thomas Haye, gent., his father, also "Foxrules " and " Geldings " in 
Battle, messuage in All Saints, Hastings, and Ore, " le Swann " in 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 119 

St. Clement's, Hastings, " Totty," etc. Made will 10 Dec. 1631 and 
left to Edmund Haye, gent., his brother, to pay debts and legacies, 
and to Hester Haye his wife and heirs premises in Hastings, Ore, 
and Eipe. 

541. 

JOHN HEASMAN. Vol. 295, No. 35. 

E. G., 11 Aug. 5 James. Died last May 1 Eliz. 

Heir, son William, aged 7 years and 4 months at death of his 
father. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., called " Sewells " in Barcombe, also a barn 
and lands called " Lakers " in Barcombe. Thomas Sattan took rents 
and profits till the Annunciation B.V.M. 14 Eliz., since when said 
William has had them. 

542. 

RICHABD HEATH, gent. Vol. 378, No. 138. 

E. G., 8 Sept. 17 James. Died last Feb. last, s.p. 

Heir, great-nephew Richard Heath, son of Richard Heath, deceased, 
son of Roger Heath, deceased, eldest brother of R. H., is cousin and 
heir, and aged (blank) at his death. 

Lands. " Le Mote" and lands belonging, "Reratts" and "Eyes" 
in Mayfield, marshland at Horseye in Pevensey, " Naldretts " and 
" Parkes " in Cuckfield, " Scripses Croft," " Kings," " Lower Awell," 
and "Skanons" in Ardingly. On 10 Sept. 12 James settled on himself 
and heirs for life, and after to William Heath of Shermanbury his 
nephew. R. H. also seized of "Little Lampham" in Pevensey, and on 
17 Feb. 1618 made will and left to Dorothy his wife for life, then to 
William Heath of Shermanbury until Richard Heath, son of Richard 
Heath, is 35, when to him and his heirs, remainder to said William to 
wife Dorothie 40 a year, chargeable on lands. Dorothy the widow 
survives at E. G. 

543. 

JOHN HEBDEN. Vol. 259, No. 85. 
E. G., 2 Jan. 40 Eliz. 

To enquire if John Hebden is an idiot. Jurors say he is not nor 
has been since his birth till now. 

544. 

GEBVASE HENDLEY, gent. Vol. 289, No. 47. 

E. G., 2 April 3 James. 

Gervase Hendley, gent., aged 29 and more, " est fatuus et Ideot," 
and has been so since 15 years of age. 

Heir, younger brother John Hendley, aged 27 and more. 

Lands. " Broaden " in Leeds, co. Kent, lands in Bersteed and 
Maydestone. Elizabeth Hendley, mother of Gervase, living, Walter 
Hendley, esq., father of G. H., is deceased. 



120 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

545. 

WILLIAM HENNEGE, esq. Vol. 33, No. 23. 

E. G., last July 10 Hen. VIII. Died last Feb. last. 

Heir, son William Hennege, jun., aged 28 and more. 

Lands. Long before death of W. H. a certain Thomas Hennege 
and Wm. Hennege, jun., were seized of messuage and land in Alfriston 
to use of W. H., and other feoffees were seized of manor of Middelton 
alias Milton in Erlyngton to his use and his heirs, and latter, at 
W. H.'s request, on 21 Nov. 2 Hen. VIII., by deed granted half Mil- 
ton to W. H. for life, with remainder to William Hennege, jun., son 
and heir of W. H., sen., and Constance, then wife of Wm. Hennege 
the son and heirs of Wm. and Constance, who was one of the 
daughters of Richard Sakevyle, esq. 

546. 

WILLIAM HENNAGE, esq. Vol. 98, No. 60. 

E. GK, 1 July 7 Edward VI. Died 10 June 15 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son William, aged 15 and more at his father's death, now 
aged 44. 

Lands. Messuage and land in Alfriston, and manor of Middelton 
alias Mylton in Arlington settled 21 Nov. 2 Hen. VIII. on William H. 
the father for life, remainder to W. H., his son and heir apparent, and 
Constance, then his wife, and their heirs. Wm. H. the father died 
and W. H. and Constance survived him and were seized for life, with 
remainder to William Hennage their son and heir. After death of 
W. H., Wm. H., son of W. H., 24 Oct. 27 Hen. VIII., granted, in con- 
sideration of expense Christopher More of Loseley, esq., had been at in 
meat, drinke and clothes for him, and Elinor his wife, and their 
children (and the setting up of their house by said Christopher to said 
Wm. and Elinor given) for 12 years past that the feoffees of half manor 
of Mylton, who stand seized to use of Constance, wife of Christopher 
More and mother of Wm. H. for life, shall stand seized to use of said 
Wm. H. and Elinor his wife and their heirs. Eleanor died and after- 
wards Constance died at Shalford 29 March 7 Edw. VI. 

547. 

WILLIAM HENNAGE, esq. Vol. 106, No. 57. 

Steyning, 20 Oct. 2 and 3 Philip and Mary. Died . . Jan. 1 and 2 
Philip and Mary at Cawborne, I.W. 

Heir, son Christopher, aged 22 years. 

Lands. Long before death of W. H. and of a certain William 
H. his grandfather, Thomas H. and William H. were seized of 
a messuage and land in Alfriston to use of said Wm. H. the grand- 
father and his heirs. Trustees seized of manor of Myddelton alias 
Milton in Erlyngton to use of Wm. H. the grandfather, and on 
21 Nov. 2 Hen. VIII. granted half to said Wm. H., remainder to Wm. 
H. his son and heir apparent (father of W. H.), and to Constance his 
wife and their heirs, and the other half to Wm. H. the grandfather. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Wm. H. the grandfather died, William and Constance then entered, 
and Wm. the father died and Constance survived him. W. H. 24 Oct. 
27 Hen. VIII. sold Mylton to Christopher More of Loseley, esq. 
(whose daughter Eleanor he appears to have married). 

548. 

BICHARD HENSLTE, gent. Vol. 226, No. 140. 
Horsham, 5 Nov. 32 Eliz. Died 29 Dec. 17 Eliz. 
Heir, son Francis Henslye, gent., aged 8 years. 
Lands called " Cockeys " and " Jenners " in Lindfield. 

549. 

HUMFBEY HlBEEDEN. Vol. 35, No. 51. 

Byllyngesherst, 26 Oct. 12 Hen. VIII. Died 14 Aug. 9 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John, aged 10 and more. 

Lands. " Oldebery alias Eldebery," " Sebeche alias Sewenbech " 
in Boxgrove, and messuage and land in Stretyngton, and granted to 
trustees, among whom John H. his brother. Made will. Ex'ors to 
receive rents, etc., till John H., his son and heir, is 21. 

550. 

EDWABD HYDE. Vol. 366, No. 164. 

E. G., 21 Jan. 15 James. Died 29 Nov. last. 

Heir, son Edward H., aged 17 years 1 month 4 days. 

Lands. "East Courte" in West Grinstead, "Gorelands" in W. Gr. 
and Ashurst, other lands and messuages in Launcing and Cokeham, 
Buttolphes and Aimyngton. On 18 Oct. last made will and left lands 
in Lancing, Cokeham, and W. Grinstead to Edward Hyde his son and 
his heirs male, remainder to William Hyde, another son and his heirs 
for ever, lands in Buttolphs, Annyngton and W. Grinstead, and 
Ashurst to John Hyde, another son and his heirs male, remainder to 
Edward Hyde his son and his heirs for ever, and gave 2 parts of profits 
of Edward's portion to maintain John, William, Anne, and Elizabeth, 
his sons and daughters, till 21. Mary Hyde the widow survives at 
Launcing and is entitled to one-third of premises as dower. 

551. 

EDWABD HYDE. Vol. 422, No. 3. 

Shoreham, 7 Sept. 2 Charles. Died 12 May last. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 2 years 7 months. 

Lands. " Estcourte " in West Grinstead, and messuage and tene- 
ment in Launsiug and Cokeham. Made will 28 April last one -third 
to wife for dower one-third to pay debts one-third to King. 

552. 

KOGEB HIDE. Vol. 454, No. 17. 

Shoreham, 1 Sept. 6 Charles. Died 21 May last. 

Heir, son John, aged 6 years 6 months. 



122 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. " Le Holte " in Clapham and lands called " Parhams 
Mead" in Goring, land in Ham in "West Angtnering. Made will 
18 May last left lands in Ham to Boger Hide his younger son. 

553. 

ROBERT HIDE, gent. Vol. 509, No. 25, and Vol. 579, No. 75. 
E. GK, 2 Nov. 9 Charles. Died 1 May 7 Charles. 
Heir. Heir or age unknown. 
Lands in Durrington in Tarring. 

554. 

JOHN HIDE, son and heir of Roger Hide, yeo. Vol. 582, No. 148. 

Arundel, 2 Nov. 14 Charles. Died 2 July last. 

Heir, brother Roger, aged 9 years 9 months. 

Lands. By Inq. at Shoreham, 1 Sept. 6 Charles, Roger Hide, 
deceased, father of J. H., was found seized of " le Holte " in Clapham, 
land in Goring, W. Angmering, etc. Made will 18 May 6 Charles, 
and left to Eoger Hide his younger son and heirs, and died 1 May 
following, and that John Hide was son and heir, aged 6 years 
. . months. Joyce Hide, mother of J. H., survives. 

555. 

THOMA.S HIDNEY. Vol. 67, No. 143. 

Lewes, 4 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 9 May 28 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, son William Hidney, aged 14. 

Lands. Manor of Hidney in Willingdon and Borne, lands in 
Hartfield and Withy ham. 

556. 

STEPHEN HILDEB. Vol. 292, No. 156, and Vol. 291, No. 19. 
E. Gr., 4 June 4 James. Died 19 Nov. last at Chiddingly. 
Heir, son John H., aged 15 on 10 Nov. last. 

Lands in Hellingly and Firle. 16 Nov. 41 Eliz. enfeoffed trustees 
to self, Elizabeth his wife, and John his son. 

557. 

JOHN HTLLES, late of Horsted Keynes, yeo. Vol. 277, No. 58. 
E. GK, 4 Dec. 30 Eliz. Died 25 Oct. last at Horsted Keynes. 
Heir, son Roger Hylle, aged 34 years and more. 
Lands. " Catford," "le Stonecrofts," and "Potlands" in H. K., 
and a messuage and land in Little Horsted. 

558. 

JOHN HILLS. Vol. 355, No. 4. 
E. GK, 17 May 14 James. Died 20 April 1614. 
Heir, daughter Elizabeth, aged 1 year and 4 months. 
Lands. " Holfordes" and land in Cheyley. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 123 

559. 

JOHN HIPKEN. Vol. 454, No. 6, and Vol. 488, No. 68. 
Petworth, 3 Aug. 6 Charles. Died 18 March 1623. 
Heir, nephew John Hipken, son of Walter Hipken, deceased, 
brother of J. H., aged 12 years 3 months. 

Lands. Property in Nutborne, Westborne, Westmerdeane. 

560. 

JAMES HOBSON, gent. Vol. 342, No. 112. 

E. G., 23 March 10 James. Died 5 Oct. 10 James at Farleigh. 

Coheirs, Thomas Butler, gent., aged 40 years and more, son and heir 
of Mary, sister of whole blood of J. H., and Mary, aged 30 and more, 
wife of Thomas Smith, son and heir of Winefred, another sister of 
whole blood of J. H., and Constance, aged 26 and more, wife of 
Richard Taylor, clerk, son and heir of Anne, another sister of whole 
blood of J. H., are cousins and heirs. 

Lands. " Osex," " Clyfflands," " Eastclyves," and " Selborrowes " 
in .Farleigh, " Finders," " Sageswith," etc., also property in Hastings, 
Icklesham, Westfield, Ore, and Guestling. Made will 4 Oct. 1612 
devised to fid. Relfe, gent., for 10 years, and after for James 
Hobson his nephew, and after for Thos. H., son of James H. his 
nephew, after for James H., son of James H. (nephew). 

561. 

BABNABE HODGSON, gent. Vol. 355, No. 94. 
E. G., 15 April 14 James. Died 5 Jan. last. 
Heir, son Goldsmyth Hodgson, aged 8 years 6 days. 
Lands. " Tyckeredges " in Frainfield, " Highewaste " in Buxted, 
Rectory of Hailsham, " Pepplesham " in Hailsham. 

562. 

ELIZABETH HODGSON, widow. Vol. 355, Nos. 75 and 78. 

E. G., 15 April 14 James. Died 20 Feb. last. 

Heir, son Gouldsmith Hodgson, aged 8 years 1 month 24 days. 

Lands. Manor of Buckhurst in Wadhurst, property in Fletching, 
Maresfield, etc. Barnabie H. her husband dead. Anthony Goldsmith 
her father died 24 Sept. 1611, leaving property to Gouldsmith H. 
her son. 

563. 

MILO HODGSON, clerk. Vol. 717, No. 81. 

E. G., 10 Oct. 2 Charles. Died 20 Oct. last. 

Heir, daughter Elizabeth Thomason, wife of William Thomason, 
aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Various lands in Haylesham and Westham. Made will 
17 Oct. 1625, and left part to Wm. Radford and his heirs, and part to 
Wm. Thomason and Elizabeth his wife and Milo Thomason their son 
and his heirs. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

564. 

Q-OULDSMITH HODGSON, genfc. Vol. 567, No. 89. 

E. G., 1 June 14 Charles. Died 15 May last. 

Heir, son Robert H., aged 6 years. 

Lands. Manor of Buckhurst in Wadhurst, " Newmans," " Han- 
nages alias Hamings," " Bords Croft," and manor of Byshe alias 
Worth, " Q-raylands alias Homelands," " Scurles " in Bucksted, 
" Tyckeridges " in Framfield, " Highewast " in Bucksted, " Ballerie 
alias Balherrie," " Rushcroft," " Lockes," " Sene alias Loxefielde " in 
Frainfield, Rectory of Haylesham, " Pepplesham Place " in Hailsham, 
" Grenshurst " in Bucksted, manor of Hendale in Bucksted, Uckfield, 
and Mareafield, bought of Nicholas Stone, gent., other lands in Buck- 
sted and Uckfield bought of N. S. 

565. 

ROBERT HODGSON, gent., son and heir of Goldsmith Hodgson, 
gent., deceased. Vol. 605, No. 23. 

E. G., 23 Sept. 17 Chas. Died 5 Aug. last, in ward to the King. 

Coheirs, sisters Margaret H., aged 11 years 10 months, Mary H., 
aged 6 years 7 months 4 days, and Susan H., aged 3 years 10 months 
24 days. 

Lands. By Inq. at E. G. 1 June 14 Chas. it was found that 
Goldsmith Hodgson was seized of the manor of Buckhurst in Wad- 
hurst, lands called " Newmans," " Hanages alias Hannings," " Border- 
croft," and the manor of Bysshe alias Worth in Buckstead, " Graylands 
alias Homelands," and "Scurles" in Buckstead, " Tickeredges " in 
Framfield, "Highwast" in Buckstead, "Ballerie alias Belherie," 
" Rushcrofts," " Lockfield," " Sene alias Loxfield " in Framfield, 
Rectory of Hailsham, " Peplesham Place " in H., " Greenehurst " and 
manor of Hendale in Buckstead, Uckfield, and Maresfield, and that he 
died 15 May before Inq., and that R. H. was his son and heir, aged 6 
at his death. 

566. 

JOHN HODSOLL of Shermanbury, gent. . Vol. 582, No. 161. 

E. G., 6 Oct. 5 Charles. Died 12 Nov. 4 Charles at Sherman- 
bury, s.p. 

Coheirs, Katherine, aged 34 years and more, now wife of Warnerd 
Norwood, Bennett, aged 31 years and more, now wife of Edmund 
Freeman, Christian, aged 27 years and more, now wife of William 
Freeman, all sisters of J. H., and John Scates, eldest son of William 
Scates and Elizabeth his wife, deceased, another sister of J. H., and 
John Sheffeild, eldest son and heir of Thomas S. and Anne his wife, 
deceased, another sister of J. H. Ages of John Scates and John 
Sheffeild not known. 

Lands. " Wymarks " and "Puckney" in Shermanbury, " Dur- 
stones alias Thurstones " and " Longedorosetts " in West Grinstead, 
" Northovers " in Steyning, lands in Stanstedj and Ashe near Farning- 
ham, co. Kent, also in Barkinge, co. Essex. Made will 11 June 4 Chas. 



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and left an annual rent of 10 from premises in Stansted and Ashe to 
Katherine Norwood, sister of J. H., for life, and left to Elizabeth his 
wife for increase of jointure messuage in Stansted and Ashe for life, 
and after to his heirs male, remainder to ex'ors to raise 160 and pay 
the children of his uncle Thomas Hodsoll, and after to heirs of J. H., 
remainder to John Hodsoll, son of William H., gent., remainder to 
Ockenden Gbratwicke his brother, remainder to Thomas G-ratwicke his 
brother and his heirs for ever. Mention of John Hodsoll, gent., 
deceased, father of J. H. Elizabeth, widow of J. H., survives. 

WILLIAM HOLCOMBE alias OKSTTE. See ONSTYE. 

567. 

EICHAED HOLDEN. Vol. 98, No. 61. 

E. G-., 1 July 7 Edw. VI. Died last March last. 

Coheirs, daughters Mary, aged 7 and more, Angnes, aged 5 and 
more, and Joan, aged 1 month and more. 

Lands. Manor of Pakens and also lands in Hurstpierpoint which 
came to him by attainder of a certain John Burtenshaw, who had 
committed murder and felony. Made will 1 April 1553 Anne my 
wife Mary Holden my elder daughter my sister Anne Taylor 
daughter Mary Angnes my 2nd daughter Johan my youngest 
daughter. If wife die Thomas Luxforde and Thomas Luxforde his 
son and heir apparent to have custody of lands. 

568. 

EICHAED HOLDEN. Vol. 548, No. 21. 

Petworth, 28 Sept. 13 Charles. Died 26 May last. 

Heir, John Tourner is cousin and heir, viz., son and heir of 
William Tourner, deceased, son and heir of .... Tourner and .... 
his wife, sister and heir of aforesaid E. H., aged .... (?). 

Lands. E. H. seized of " Tribwick " and " Eakes," property in 
Sidlesham, East Wittering, Birdham, etc. Made will 3 April last 
left to kinsman John Turner at 21, kinsman Eichard Turner the 
elder, son of my kinsman Wm. Tourner, deceased, kinsman William 
Tourner. son said Wm. Tourner, godson Eichard Tourner the younger, 
another son of said kinsman William Tourner, all at 21. 

569. 

WILLIAM HOLLAND, gent. Vol. 341, No. 74. 

Stopham, 20 Sept. 12 James. Died 30 June last. 

Heir, William Holland, son and heir of Wm. Holland of Steyning, 
son and heir of John Holland, eldest brother of W. H., is heir, aged 
24 and more. 

Lands. W. H. seized of property in Eudgwick, Cowfold, etc., 
by deed, in consideration of marriage between said William Holland, 
jun., his cousin, and Frances, daughter of Henry Shelley of Warming- 
hurst, eaq., settled it. 



126 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

570. 

WILLIAM HOLLAND, gent. Vol. 351, No. 119. 

Horsham, 27 Sept. 13 James. Died 20 June last. 

Heir, daughter Frances Holland, aged 3 weeks. 

Lands. William Holland, late of Chichester, gent., uncle of 
W. H., whose heir W. H. was, was seized of " Theale alias Myllfarme," 
" Coppye Croft alias Cobbes Croft," and " Maries," and of other property 
in Rudgwick, " Socothhale," " Blyfeild," " Cosens," etc., messuage 
and land near highway from R. Church to Warnford Bridge, and 
" le Shopp," near R. Churchyard, " Sowthland " in Awfold, counties 
Surrey and Sussex, lands in Hereford, messuage, etc., in St. Andrew's, 
Chichester, lands in E. Wittering, also lands in W. Wittering, 
Sydlesham, Northmundham, " le Lyon " in Portsmouth, Hants, and, 
in consideration of marriage of W. H. and Frances Shelley, one of the 
daughters of Henry Shelley of Wormynghurst, esq., settled on himself, 
the uncle, W. H., Frances his wife, and their heirs male, remainder 
William Holland's right heirs. Frances survives W. H. at Wormyng- 
hurst. W. H. seized of marsh, etc., in Sydlesham, " Weekhouse," 
property in Northmundham and Southmundham, messuage, etc., in 
St. Andrew's, manor of Testers, " Whitehouse," and many other lands 
in Chichester, Donyngton, Portsmouth, Bramber after death of 
William H. his father and Joan H., widow, his mother. Frances 
Holland is also heir of William Holland the (great) uncle of W. H., 
who was son of William Holland (by Joan his wife, who survives at 
Steyning), son of John Holland, the brother of William Holland of 
Chichester, described as " the uncle." 

571. 

RICHABD HOLLIEE. Vol. 67, No. 127. 

Battle, 8 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 20 Jan. 31 Hen. VIII. 

Coheirs, daughters Joan H., sen., aged 41 and married to Edward 
Felde, Joan H., jun., aged 8 years and more and in custody of John 
Bate, who married Elizabeth her mother. 

Lands in Bexhill, Ninfield, and Hoo. 

572. 

G-EOFFHEY HOLMAN of Horsted Keynes, yeo. Vol. 277, No. 71. 

E. G., 15 Jan. 30 Eliz. Died 6 Dec'. 12 Eliz. at Horsted Keynes. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 40 years and more. 

Lands and tenements and heredits. called " Noble " in H. K. 
Drew Barantyne enfeoffed him and his heirs, being lord of manor of 
Horsted Keynes. 

573. 

RICHARD HOLMAN. Vol. 355, No. 43. 
E. G., 16 Aug. 12 James. Died 19 May 1612. 
Heir, son Richard, aged 11 years 6 months and not more. 
Lands in Northiam. He made will 17 May 1612, and left to son 
Thomas H. 



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574. 

THOMAS HOLMAN. Vol. 413, No. 21. 

E. G-., 26 July 14 James. Died 12 Feb. last at Horsted Keynes. 
Heir, grandson Thomas Holman, son of John Holman, deceased, 
son of T. H., aged 24 years and more. 

Lands. Tenements and lands called "Noble" in Horsted Keynes. 

575. 

JOHN HOLMAN. Vol. 607, No. 77, and Vol. 752, No. 198. 

Lewes, 15 April 17 Charles. Died 8 Oct. 1640. 

Coheirs, Ann his eldest daughter, now wife of Ealph Edwards of 
Jevington, yeo., aged 40, William Parker, eldest son of Samuel Parker 
of Hurstmonceux, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, youngest daughter of 
J. H. Wm. Parker's age unknown. 

Lands. " Beerham " in Northiham, lands in Pevensey, Hailsham, 
messuage and land in Chalvington alias Chaunton, lands in Heathfield, 
Waldron, and Hurstmonceux, " Knightsbridge " in Hellingly, manor 
of Huntingdon in Heathfield, etc. On marriage between himself and 
Elizabeth, daughter of Thos. Walker of Beddingham, deceased, by 
deed 10 Aug. 8 Chas. settled messuages and lands in Northiham and 
Chaunton for self, wife and heirs. On 27 Jan. 1639 made will Anne 
Parker my grandchild, daughter of Samuel Parker grandson Samuel 
Parker grandson John Parker to my grandchild William Marke- 
wicke, the sonne of my daughter Anne, the wife of Ealfe Edwards, lands 
in Beckley and to his heirs, remainder to Wm. Parker, Samuel P., and 
John P., my grandchildren and their heirs, remainder to Thomas Snatt 
and John Snatt, sons of Thomas S. of Uckfield, remainder to my right 
heirs to said Wm. Markewicke after decease of Elizabeth my wife 
lands in Northibam, all provided I have no issue. 

576. 

RICHAKD HOLMEWOOD, yeo. Vol. 688, No. 25. 

E. G., 21 April 1 Charles. Died 21 Feb. 21 James. 

Heir, son John, aged 13 years 5 months. 

Lands." Le Deane," " Mawles " and " Blackland Croft," " Sand- 
hills " and " Dodges " in E. G-. On 19 Feb. 1623 made will lands to 
wife Susan till son John is 22 (except " Dodges," which to son John 
at 20), when to him and heirs male, remainder to heirs male of my 
second son. If both die without heirs male then to my daughters 
and son John's daughters equally. 

577. 

THOMAS Hoo, esq. Vol. 3, No. 75. 

Inquisition 28 Oct. 3 Hen. VII. Died 23 Nov. last. 

Heir, William Boleyn, knt., is cousin and heir, aged 36 and more, 
son of Anne, daughter of Thomas, late Lord De Hoo and Hastings, 
brother of T. H, 



128 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. Manors of Shopwike-Egle, Compton, "West Harden, Park 
of Lytylworth, lands arid tenements in Hastings, Winchelsea, and 
Bye, of which he unjustly disseised Elizabeth, widow of George 
Brown, knt., which Elizabeth however was seized of them at his 
death. 

578. 

ANTHONY HOTHEROPPE of Twedlie, co. Kent, yeoman. Vol. 253, 
No. 92. 

E. G., 7 Oct. 40 Eliz. Died 6 Aug. 40 Eliz. at Twedlie. 

Heir, sister Elizabeth Reeve, wife of Thos. E. of Nenfield, aged 
60 years and more. 

Lands. "Coppispett" in Hailsham, half "Newick " in Heathfield, 
"Claredge " in Hoo, "Mikkehurst" in Heathfield, lands in Wartling 
and Ewhurst, Ninfield, etc. Made will 1 Aug. 1597 and left to 
Anthony Eeeve, son of Walter E., his cousin at 21. 

579. 

JOHN HOWELL, yeo. Vol. 228, No. 72. 

Lewes, 16 Jan. 33 Eliz. Died 3 Dec. 33 Eliz. 

Heir, son John, aged 24 years and more. 

Lands. " Belsames " and *' Sindert'ord " in Hellingly, free lands 
called "Cocklow" in Hellingly, "Marble Eucke" and " Hothes " in 
Heathfield, "Herryngs " in Waldron, garden, etc., in Mayfield (West), 
and " Goodfellows " in Mayfield, " Eockenhurst " and " Eedland " in 
Mayfield and Waldron, part of manor of Isonhurst, and lands in 
Westfirles. 

580. 

JOHN HUDSON, gent. Vol. 606, No. 46. 
E. G., 4 Nov. 17 Charles. Died 10 Sept. last. 
Heir, son John Hudson, aged 40. 

Lands. Messuage and land in Stedham, and "Inholmes" in 
Stedham. 

581. 

GEOBGE HUMPHREY. Vol.310, No. 10. 
E. G., 28 July 7 James. Died 5 Jan. last. 
Heir, son George H., aged 14 and not more. 

Lands. " Maplesden " in Wadhurst and Tysherst, also messuage 
and land at Bardowne in Tysherst. 

582. 

STEPHEN HUMFREY. Vol. 511, Nos. 92 and 93. 
Shoreham, 11 Sept. 10 Chas. Died 1 Aug. 7 Chas. 
Heir, son Stephen, aged 11 years. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., called " Humfryes Tannhouse aliat 
Smythes " in le Byshopricke, Horsham. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 129 

583. 

GEORGE HUNT, yeo. Vol. 344, No. 64. 

Shoreham, 5 April 12 James. Died I Sept. 6 James. 

Heir, brother William Hunt, aged 40 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Comenwyke " in Wiston. 

584. 

HENRY HUSSEE, knt. Vol. 114, No. 24. 

E. G., 6 Nov. (? 4 and 5) Philip and Mary. Died 28 Aug. last. 

Heir, brother John, aged 37 and more. 

Lands. Capital messuage called " Brodbridge," farm called 
" Rapkins," a watermill and land, " Aylors " and " Townehouse," 
"Combeland," etc., in "Warnham and Slinfold, "Bridgemead" and land 
in Horsham, lands in Hechingfield (viz., Itchingfield). On last July 
36 Hen. VIII. on marriage between H. H. and Bridgett his wife, late 
wife of Wm. Ernley, esq., deceased (H. H. mentioned as H. H., esq., 
son and heir of Henry H., esq., and Eleanor his wife), settled on them. 
H. H. also seized after death of Elizabeth Michell, late wife of Wm. 
Patching and mother of John Patching, of half " Delfield " and 
"Stoners" in Horsham, half " Shortesfield " and "Cooks" in H., 
" Eedfelde," a shop in H., " Durrants " in Horsham and Rusper. 
She is still living at H. Made will 14 Feb. 1 and 2 Philip and Mary 
and left to his brother John H., remainder to George H. his brother, 
paying to Katherine and Alice, daughters of Bridgett his wife, 50 
each -William H. son of his cousin Anthony H. 

585. 

GEORGE HTJSSET. Vol. 350, No. 64. 

Horsham, 2 Nov. 13 James. Died 14 Jan. last. 

Heir, was son John Hussey, gent., now deceased, aged 20 years 
10 months and more. 

Lands. Manor of Redstone in Reigate, co. Surrey. "Brodbridges," 
" Rapkins Water Mill," and land in Warnham and Slinfold, " Comb- 
land " in Slinfold, messuage and land near Bradbridge Heath in 
Horsham and Slinfold. 

586. 

JOHN HTJSSET, gent. Vol. 350, No. 61. 

Horsham, 2 Nov. 13 James. Died 25 July last. 

Heir, brother George, aged 18 years 6 months and 15 days at Inq. 

Lands. As in No. 585. 

587. 

RICHARD INFIELD, gent. Vol. 324, No. 159. 

E. G., 1 Nov. 9 James. Died 15 April 1571 at West Hoathly. 

Heir, son Richard Infield alias Inningfield, gent., aged 3 years and 
not more at his father's death. 

Lands. Manor of Grauety in West Hoathly, " Gyffords alias 
Rough Gyffords," "Le Plawe" in E. G., "Cockwebbs alias Fyngfield" 
TOL. XIV. K 



130 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

in "West Hoathly, "Ban-lands" in "Walkhamsted alias Godstone, 
co. Surrey, "Le Byes" and "Hooke Crofts" in Godstone, " Longlands 
alias Blacklands " in Tandridge, co. Surrey, " Sugham " in Lingfield. 

588. 

BICHARD INFIELD, gent. Vol. 389, No. 96. 

E. G., 3 Nov. 18 James. Died 23 Sept. 17 James at Gravetye. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 20 and more. 

Lands. Manor, etc., of Gravetye in West Hoathly, and " GifBords 
alias Bough Giffords," " Plawe," " Cockwebbs alias Finchfields," and 
part of the manor of Chittinglie in "West Hoathly, " Wildgose" and 
"Little Chittinglye" in W. H., "Clarkes alias Burley Arches" 
and "Tyes" in Worth, "Birch" in E. G., " Fresh fields " 'in Horsted 
Keynes. Made will, and left all the premises to Bichard Infield his 
eldest son and his heirs, with remainder to James Infield his third son. 

589. 

BICHARD INFIELD, esq. Vol. 717, No. 82. 

E. G., 28 Sept. 1 Charles. Died 1 April last at Gravetye. 

Heir, brother John Infield, aged 22 years and more. 

Lands. Manor and farm, etc., called "Gravetye," and "Giffords 
alias Bough Giffords" in West Hoathly, "le Plawe" in E. G., 
" Cockwebbs " and " Finchfields" and land formerly part of manor of 
Chittingly in West Hoathly, etc. Made will 22 Feb. 1624" all my 
manors and lands to my brother James Infield and his heirs, remainder 
to Inningfield Falconer my nephew and godson and his heirs male, and 
remainder to my sisters Agnes Faulkconer, Bridgett Infield, and 
Cordell Infield and their heirs equally, remainder to James Infeild, son 
Bichard Infeild of Mazefeild, deceased, remainder to Bichard Infeild 
my servant, the son of Edward Infeild, remainder to Thomas Infeild, 
now servant of Sir John Compton my uncle and his heirs male, 
remainder to my right heirs. 

590. 

BICHARD IRELAND of Budgweeke, yeo. Vol. 355, No. 22. 

Petworth, 20 Sept. 14 James. Died 1 Feb. 12 James. 

Heir, son Bichard, aged 17 years 2 months. 

Lands. " Garlandes," "Hawkes," and "Bignors" in Budgweeke. 

591. 

JOHN IRELAND. Vol. 641, No. 49. 

Petworth, 9 Sept. 15 Charles. Died 27 Sept. 14 Charles at Wis- 
borough Green. 

Heir, eldest son Bichard, aged 61 and more. 

Lands. "Pigbush" in Wisborough Green, " Langhurst Meade" 
and "Langhurst Croft" in W. Green, " Glassehoyse Croft" in W, 
Green, Alf'old lands, co. Surrey. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 131 

592. 

EDWARD JACKMAN, Citizen and Alderman of London. Vol. 165, 
No. 179. 

Petworth, 6 Oct. 15 Eliz. Died 14 Sept. 11 Eliz. 

Heir, son John, aged 21 at Inq. 

Lands. Manors of "Wonworth, Easthampnett, "Woollavington, 
Binderton, Eartham, North Stoke and South Stoke, mortgaged to him 
by Sir John Lumley, knt., Lord Lumley, and not redeemed, but 
whereof Lord Lumley disseised him 1 May 10 Eliz. 

593. 

JOHN JEFFBEY, knt., Chief Baron of the Exchequer. Vol. 191, 
Nos. 77 and 106. 

Battle, 19 Jan. 22 Eliz. Died in Ward of Coleman Street, London, 
13 May 20 Eliz. 

Heir, daughter Elizabeth Jefferay, aged 15. 

Lands.- Capital messuage and park in Chiddingly, manors of 
Chetynglyghe otherwise Chuddynglee, Byrche, Meryfyeld, Hellingly, 
Mawfee, Amyse, and Lyvettes, moiety of manor of Mydelton, park of 
Hayley, co. Sussex, and Isborowe Hall and tenements in Cobham, 
Strood, Frindsbury, and Higham in Kent. Mention of John Jefferay 
his grandfather and Eichard Jefferay his father. Marriage settlement 
in 19 Eliz. on his marriage with Mary, daughter of George Goring, 
esq. His will mentions his only daughter Elizabeth, his only brother 
Richard Jefferay, his sister Agnes Mott, his nepheAv Thomas TJnder- 
downe, and his brother-in-law John Apsley, gent. Mary his widow is 
still living. 

594. 

EICHAED JEFFEEAT, esq. Vol. 264, No. 139. 

E. G., 7 March 43 Eliz. Died 13 Dec. 43 Eliz. at South Mailing. 

Heir, son Francis J., aged 29 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Enlewyks alias Enlevenwyks and lands called 
" Endlewykes," " Chappell land" in Arlington and Wilmington, and 
manor of Pastydowne, " Pykeligh " in Chiddingly, " Kippinges " in 
Pevensey, " Alehurst " in Waldron, lands in Hailsham and Lewes. 
By indenture made 11 Aug. 34 Eliz. in consideration of marriage 
between Francis J., son and heir of E. J., and Elizabeth Mayney, da. 
of Walter Mayney, late of Biddenden, esq., then deceased, made 
settlement, and on 2 Sept. 34 Eliz. F. J. and E. M. were married at 
Worninghurst. 

595. 

WILLIAM JEFFEET, gent. Vol. 680, No. 27. 

E. G., 28 April 10 James. Died 29 Oct. 9 James at Hellingly. 

Heir, son Thomas Jeffery, gent., aged 30 years and more. 

Lands. " Nashes " in Chittingleighe, " Granehurst " in C., 
" Peakes " and " Calesburys " in Chittingleighe and Hellingleigh, 
" Newland," " Sangwynes," " Mannerdowne," " Newdowne," and 
" Pight," " Beards " in C., " Perryland" and " Coknose" in Hellingly, 
manor of Megham et Gyldredge, land in Hailsham and Hurstmonceux. 

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132 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

596. 

THOMAS JENKINS, gent. Vol. 233, No. 49. 

Horsham, 25 Oct. 34 Eliz. Died 26 Feb. 1565 at Horsted Keynes. 

Will dated 6 Feb. 1565, viz., 1565-6. 

Coheirs, daughters Agnes, aged 2 years at death of father, Susanna, 
aged 26 on 20 July last, born 20 July 1566. Edward Breadon and 
Henry Fowle, husband of Bridget the widow of T. J., have taken rents 
and profits. 

Lands in Horsted Keynes and E. Gr. 

597. 

WILLIAM GENMAN (JENMAN). Vol. 187, No. 85. 

Chichester, 12 June 21 Eliz. Died 20 June 20 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas Gr., aged 26 and more. 

Lands. Manor of North Marden, messuage and land, etc., in 
N. M., late of Monastery of Mayden Bradley, Wilts, " Saffreys " in 
N. M., and Est Marden, late of Priory of Boxgrove. 

598. 

THOMAS JENMAN. Vol. 204, No. 122 (1). 

Petworth, 27 July 26 Eliz. Died 28 March last. 

Heir, brother John Jenman, aged 30. 

Lands. Manor of North Marden, messuage and land in N. M., 
formerly part of possessions of Monastery of Mayden Bradley, co. 
Wilts, " Saffreys," and lands in Est Marden and North Marden, late 
of Priory of Boxgrove. 

599. 

NICHOLAS JENMAN of East Marden, yeo. Vol. 487, No. 3. 
Shoreham, 1 Aug. 8 Charles. Died 3 Nov. 7 Charles. 
Heir, eldest son Eobert, aged 37. 

Lands. " Saffries " in East Marden, "le Deanes," " Challcroft," 
" Hardham," etc., in Ellsted. 

600. 

JOHN JENNEB. Vol. 232, No. 3. 

Horsham, 12 May 34 Eliz. Died 20 March 33 (?) Eliz. 
Heir, son John, aged 40 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and land in Cuckfield called " High Land " or 
" Lee Land." 

601. 

EDWABD JENNEB, yeo. Vol. 447, No. 33. 

E. GK, 20 April 5 Charles. Died 16 Jan. last. 

Coheirs, granddaughters Anne Jenner, aged 12 years and 4 months, 
and Mary Jenner, aged 6 years 2 montbs 20 days, daughters of 
Ambrose Jenner, deceased, son and heir while he lived of E. J. 

Lands. " Leighland alias Lee land " in Cuckfield, 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 133 

602. 

ELIZABETH, wife of THOMAS JEEBABD. Vol. 152, No. 145. 

E. GK, 22 Oct. 11 Eliz. Died 16 Aug. 11 Eliz. 

Heir, son William Jerbard, aged 14. 

Lands. Moiety of lands in "West Wittering, Selsea, and Chichester 
(see Alice Bychebell) . Thomas Jerbard her husband, who has premises 
for life, still living at Gruildford, Surrey. 

603. 

SAMUEL JEEMAN alias MITTELL. Vol. 566, No. 3. 
E. Gr., 20 April 14 Charles. Died 23 Sept. 1636 at Waldron. 
Heir, son William J. alias M., aged 1 month 9 days. 
Lands in Pevensey. 

604. 

ANHE JEBMAN, widow. Vol. 605, No. 28. 

Petworth, 20 Aug. 17 Chas. Died at Chichester 21 July last. 

Heir, son Thomas Jerman, aged 13 years 6 months. 

Lands. One-fourth of the manor of West Stoke. Made will 
23 April last son Thomas J., a minor daughter Eleanor kinsman 
Henry Dod, clerk daughter Susan. 

605. 

THOMAS JOKES, esq. Vol. 422, No. 56. 

E. G-., 10 Oct. 2 Charles. Died 1 Oct. 1 Charles. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 18 on 27 Jan. last. 

Lands. Manor of Badherst alias Bathurst and lands in Warbleton, 
and Hurstinonceux, and Wartling. Made will wife Priscilla Jones 
Hugh Dickenson, gent., my brother-in-law cozens Sir Richard Tonge, 
knt., and John Lightfoote, esq. children Thomas, Francis, Richard, 
Martha, and William. Priscilla died 25 Nov. last. 

606. 

THOMAS JFEDEN, yeo. Vol. 132, No. 57. 

Alfriston, 14 May 4 Elizabeth. Died 13 Aug. 5 and 6 Philip and 
Mary. 

Heir, son Thomas Jurden, aged 36 and upwards. 
Lands iu Arlington and " Levetts marsh " in Hailshatn. 

607. 

THOMAS JOEDEN of Milton Street in Arlington, yeo. Vol. 162, 
No. 158. 

Lewes, 28 June 14 Eliz. Died 28 Nov. 1571. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 20 years 2 months 7 days. 

Lands. " Halls Cot," 3 messuages, 4 barns, 2 stables, 4 gardens, 
2 orchards, land, meadow, etc., in Arlington, Pageham, Hailsham, 
Otham, and " Langney " in Westham. Made will 9 Nov. 13 Eliz. 



134 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

wife Lora sons William and Thomas. Thomas Jorden, sen., father 
of T. J., deceased, by deed (blank) Aug. 2 Edw. VI. granted an 
annuity of 6 13s. 4d. to said Lora for life out of his lands in 
Arlington and Pageham. 

608. 

WILLIAM JOEDAN, gent. Vol. 414, No. 135. 

E. G., 14 June 18 James. Died 1 Feb. 16 James. 

Heir, son Thomas Jorden, gent., aged 26 at Inq. 

Lands. " Hawles Court," " Freeles," " Dreeles," and " Halers 
alias Swanes," " Chepmans," " Cheyneys " in Milton in Arlington, 
"Ruffield" in Wilmington, " Martin si and " in Hoo. Made will 
20 Jan. 1618 wife Barbara sons William, Walter, and Thomas 
daughters Elizabeth and Lucy. 

609. 

ROBEET JUTTON, yeo. Vol. 114, No. 34. 

E. GK, 6 Nov. 4 and 5 Philip and Mary. Died 2 Nov. 3 and 4 
Philip and Mary. 

Heir, daughter Agnes, aged 10 years. 

Lands. " Fowntaynes alias Gorelands " in Kirdeford, " Thorne- 
lands " and " Haryshams " in K. Made will 31 Oct. 1556 wife 
Joan daughters Dorothy and Agnes father Anthony J. sister Izael. 

610. 

ANTHONY JUTTON. Vol. 289, No. 12, and Vol. 307, No. 14. 
E. GK, 2 April 3 James. Died 1 Aug. last at Greatham. 
Heir, son Anthony, aged 1 year 1 month at Inq. 
Lands. Two-thirds manor of Grreatham and land in G. Agnes 
his widow survives at Greatham. 

611. 

RICHAED KEETE. Vol. 700, No. 149. 

Lewes, 15 April 17 Chas. Died last May last. 

Heir, sister's grandson John Christopher, son of Elizabeth, wife of 
John C. of Ste\ ning and daughter of Richard Charles and his wife, 
who was the sister of Richard Keete, aged 25 years. . 

Lands in Catsfield. 

612. 

HENET KEMP, gent. Vol. 233, No. 5. 

Arundel, 28 Oct. 34 Eliz. Died 1 Sept. last. 

Heir, brother Garratt K., aged 16 years and 8 months. 

Lands. Manor of Bygnor and lands in Tangmer. 

613. 

ANTHONY KEMPE, esq. Vol. 252, No. 28. 
Horsham, 27 July 40 Eliz. Died 29 Oct. 39 Eliz. 
Heir, son Garrett K., aged 21 years and 3 months, and is now 
living at Slindon. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 135 

Lands. Jurors say Philip and Mary by letters patent under great 
seal dated 30 March 1 and 2 Philip and Mary gave manor of Slindon, 
etc., to A. K. and his heirs, part of Crown lands, also seized of manors 
of Southstoke and Madehurst. 

614. 

ABEAHAM KENCHLET. Vol. 700, No. 138. 
E. G., 28 March 19 Charles. Died 27 Dec. last. 
Heir, only son William (no age given). 

Lands. Manor of Earshams in Hailsham and lands in Pevensey 
and Westham. Elizabeth the widow survives. 

615. 

JOHN KENSLEY. Vol. 71, No. 92. 

Lewes, 12 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Died 12 June 30 Hen. VIII. 
Coheirs, daughters Katherine, then aged 5, now 11 years and more, 
Constance, then aged 2 and now 8 years and more. 
Lands. " Kensleys " and " Avellys " in "Warbylton. 

616. 

WILLIAM KENTYSLEY. Vol. 61, No. 120. 
Catstrete, 13 Oct. 31 Hen. VIII. Died 30 Sept. last. 
Heir, son John K., aged 30 years and more. 

Lands. Manor of Oteham, with appurts. in Haylesham, and 
messuage and land in Jevington. 

617. 

JOHN KYDDEB, yeo. Vol. 259, No. 95. 

E. G., 2 Jan. 42 Eliz. Died 28 June 41 Eliz. at Maresfield. 

Heir, son John, aged 36 years and more. 

Lands called " Eolfe Colvyels," formerly " Fritters," in Maresfield. 

618. 

JOHN KING. Vol. 238, No. 62. 
E. Gr., 7 Oct. 36 Eliz. Died 21 Oct. 14 Eliz. 
Heir, son John, aged 40 and more at Inq. 
Lands in Cuckfield, " Highlands " in Cuckfield. 

619. 

FBANCIS KING. Vol. 338, No. 4. 

E. Gr., 30 June 11 James. Died 1 June 9 James at Kirdford. 
Heir, son Edward, aged 14 years 10 months 8 days at Inq. 
Lands in Kirdford and Wisborough Green. 

620. 

JOHN KING of Loxwood, yeo. Vol. 392, No. 122. 
Pet worth, 27 March 20 James. Died 24 Sept. 17 James. 
Heir, son John, aged 17 years 11 months. 



136 STJSSJBX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands.: "-Newehouse alias Kingshouse," " le Rill," " Nicholls," 
"Beldam lands," ll Nappers garden," etc., in Loxwood, and lauds in 
Alfold. Wife Dorothy mentioned. 

621. 

WILLIAM KYNGTON of Petworth, gent. Vol. 350, No. 18. 

Petworth, 5 Sept. 13 James. Died 4 Nov. last. 

Heir, son William, aged 8 years 8 months and more. 

Lands. " Escombe farm " in Angmering, Burfam, and Amberly. 
By deed 19 Sept. 42 Eliz., by name of W. K. of Goring, gent., in 
consideration of marriage with Mary Hygate, after solemnized, 
enfeoffed Daniel H. and Wilfred H. of Theburton, Suffolk, gents., as 
trustees. 

622. 

WILLIAM KINGTON, gent. Vol. 557, No. 25. 

Shoreham, 5 April 12 Chas. Died 1 Oct. last. 

Coheirs, sisters Elizabeth K., aged 20 and more, and Mary K., 
aged 19 and more. 

Lands. William Kington, gent., on 9 June 8 James settled 
property called " Estcombe " in Angmering, Burpham, and Amberley 
on himself and Mary his wife, with reversion to W. K. Mary survives. 

623. 

RICHABD KNIGHT. Vol. 67, No. 102. 

Chichester, 2 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 15 April 34 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, son Richard Knight, aged 21 years 3 months and more. 
Lands in Rogate and Harting. 

624. 

RICHAED KNIGHT. Vol. 85, No. 64. 

Petworth, 26 Oct. 1 Edw. VI. Died 22 June 1 now King, viz., 
Edw. VI. 

Heir, son John, aged 3 years and more. 

Lands in Rogate, Bersted, Ovyng, and made will 18 June 
1 Edw. VI. left lands to Margaret his wife and John Bawdewyne 
alias Edmunds until his son and heir John K. should be 21. 

625. 

THOMAS KNTGHT of Forde. Vol. 135, No. 29. 
Arundel, 25 Feb. 5 Elizabeth. Died 22 July 1 Elizabeth. 
Heir, grandson Richard Knyght, son of John Knyght, late of 
Forde, son of said T. K., aged 12 years 2 months 12 days. 
Lands. " Townemanmead " in Tortington. 

626. 

THOMAS KNIGHT. Vol. 233, No. 30. 

Arundel, 28 Oct. 34 Eliz. Died 3 July 30 Eliz. at Felffam 
(Felpham). 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 28 at Inq. 



StJSSEX INQUISITIONS. 13? 

Lauds in Elansham in parish of Eelffam vel Foigham called 
" Aylmers," " le Woorne " in Elansham, and manor of Yapton. 
Made will 1 July 30 Eliz., and gave his lands to his son John and his 
heirs, but wife Catherine to receive rents until John is 21. 

627. 

THOMAS KNIGHT, yeo. Vol. 269, No. 100, and Vol. 270, 
No. 133. 

E. GK, 28 July 44 Eliz. Died 24 March 44 Eliz. at Tapton. 

Heir, son Eichard K., aged 14 years and 6 months at Inq. 

Lands. " East Towne " iu Yapton, premises in Elansham, 
Walberton, Barneham, etc., manor of Yapton. Made will 5 Eeb. 
44 Eliz. " to cusson John Cooper of Barneham and my brother 
Eichd. K. of Westergate." 

628. 

WILLIAM KNIGHT. Vol. 582, No. 146. 

Petworth, 24 April 15 Charles. Died 13 Aug. last. 

Coheirs, daughters Mary K., aged 13 years 11 months, and Jane K., 
aged 10 years 3 months. 

Lauds. W. K. on 24 April 10 Chas. was seized of messuage and 
land in Donnington, co. Sussex, and, in consideration of marriage 
between himself and Elizabeth Burrey of Pagham, widow, granted to 
John Burrey for use of longer liver, remainder to Jane K., daughter 
of W. K. He married her 20 March 10 Chas. Elizabeth survives. 
"W. K. on 24 April 10 Charles was seized of " Ollivers " in Walberton, 
and granted annual rent out of it to John Burrey for Elizabeth's 
jointure. 

629. 

JOHN KNIGHT, gent. Vol. 775, No. 30. 

E. GK, 30 May 21 Charles. Died 12 Aug. last. 

Heir, son Eichard, aged 8 years 6 months 12 days. 

Lands. " Scarletts," water-mill and lands in E. Of., other lands in 
E. Q-., " Riddens " in Hartfield, " Gallingers " in Cowden, and " Scar- 
letts furnace " in Cowden, by deed 2 Sept. 10 Charles granted to Joan, 
daughter of Eichard Tichborne of Cowden, Kent, gent., whom he was 
about to marry, an annuity of 40. Elizabeth, widow of Eichard 
Knight, deceased, father of J. K., survives, and also Joan, who has 
taken as husband Edmund Botting, gent. 

630. 

EICHABD KTBE. Vol. 388, No. 12. 

Petworth, 22 March 17 James. Died 26 Sept. last. 

Heir, son Eichard Kybe, aged 2 years and more. 

Lands in Siddlesham. A certain Eoger Michell, gent., seized of 
manor of Wantley and other lands in Henfield, by deed 20 Jan. 
16 James mortgaged it to E. K. for 645. 



138 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

631. 

JOHN KTME, esq. Vol. 211, No. 190. 

E. G., 2 Dec. 28 Eliz. Died 25 April 27 Eliz. 

Heir, niece Joan Kyme, now wife of George Pawlett, esq., daughter 
of Richard Kyme, brother of J. K., aged 28 years. 

Lands. Site of house of Grey Friars in Lewes, portions of tithes 
in Plumpton, Howndeane, Southwyke, Ashecombe, and Barcombe, 
"le Wightes" in Plumpton, Shermans Chaunterye in St. Peter's, 
Lewes, lands in Lewes, Chiltington, Arlington, and Kingston, near 
Lewes, belonging to Shermans Chaunterye, manor of Sutton in 
Seaford and Sutton, Kectory of Iford, tenements in Lewes, manor of 
St. Leonards in Hollington, manor of Deane in Petworth, advowson of 
Southees. Made will 14 Dec. 12 Eliz. (1570) to Joane Kyme my 
brother's daughter nieces Elizabeth Kyme and Joane Kyme 
overseers, Mr. Richard and Mr. Richard Humffry my brothers-in- 
law Seth Awcock my sister Jeffrey my sister Humffrye 
remainder to John Taylor her son niece Elizabeth Kyme married 
John Shurley, gent., and died at Lewes. 

632. 

JOHN LAKEE. Vol. 340, No. 229. 

E. G., 30 June 11 James. Died 1 Jan. 9 James. 

Heir, son John, aged 20 years 6 months 8 days. 

Lands." Naldretts," " Flitchfould alias Flitchings," " Eastland " 
and "Adriefield," "Lakers," " Woodhams " and " Newmeads," and 
other land in Wisborough Green, " Lakehowese " and " Lakeland" in 
Kirdford. 

633. 

WILLIAM LANE of Lewes, gent. Vol. 289, No. 2. 

E. G., 2 April 3 James. 

Jurors say he held no lands in Sussex. (Called yeoman in writ.) 

634. 

WILLIAM LANE, late of Lewes, gent. Vol. 622, No. 24. 

Horsham, 29 Aug. 20 Charles. Died 9 Dec. last at Lewes. 

Heir, only son William, aged 20 years 3 months and more. 

Lands. Messuage and parcel of land with a stable in Southover, 
and messuage and appurts. in St. Peter and St. Mary Westout, 
Lewes, and a barn and land in St. Peter and St. Mary, Lewes, land in 
Hamsey, marshland called "Gregories" and " Westcotts " in West- 
ham, and messuage and land called "Crepe" and "Jennings" in 
Penhurst, and a messuage and lands called "Hayes Farm" at High 
Halstow and Frindsbury, co. Kent. 

635. 

THOMAS LANGFOED, yeo. Vol. 226, No. 123. 
Steyning, 1 April 32 Eliz. (1590). Died 4 Dec. 32 Eliz. (1589). 
Heir, son Richard, aged 15 years on Feb. 27 last. 
Lands in Ashurst called " Langfords alias Fordeland," late part of 
manor of Charleton in Steyning. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 139 

636. 

JAMES LANGFOED. Vol. 394, No. 3. 

Petworth, 27 March 20 James. Died 12 Aug. 1612. 

Heir, daughter Mary, aged 8 years and more. 

Lands. Messuage and land called " Sharpes " in West Grinstead. 

637. 

JOHN LASTGEISH or LANGRIDGE, gent. Vol. 439, No. 16, and 
Vol. 452, No. 15. 

Shoreham, 29 July 4 Charles. Died 22 Jan. last. 

Coheirs, daughters Mary Langrish, aged 10 years, and Elizabeth L., 
aged 9 years. 

Lands. Manor of St. Cleres alias Clares in Westborne, and land 
in W., and land in Dunnington. 

638. 

AETHUB LANGWOETH, esq. Vol. 292, No. 168. 

E. G., 15 April 4 James. Died 19 Feb. last at Blackfriars, London. 

Heir, son John, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Capital messuage, etc., called "the Broyle Place" in 
Kingmei-, and lands in Laughton and Little Horsted, by deed 3 Feb. 
35 Eliz. settled on himself .for life and after on John Langworth and a 
certain Mary Challoner, whom said John intended to marry, and if 
Arthur and John should die before said Mary, then to Mary for 
jointure. 

639. 

JOHN LANGWOETH, esq. Vol. 328, No. 161. 

E. G., 30 Oct. 10 James. Died 2 Sept. last at Lindfield. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 8 years 3 months 2 . . days. 

Lands. Arthur Langworth, esq., his father, was seized of "Broyle 
Place " in JRingmer and Laughton and other lands in Laughton, and 
on 26 Jan. 35 Eliz. settled first to marriage of J. L. and Mary, 
daughter of Thos. Chaloner of Lindfield, esq., remainder to Richard, 
2nd son of said Arthur, remainder to Arthur, remainder to Adam, 
brother of said Arthur. On 6 Aug. 36 Eliz. James Thatcher, esq., 
settled manor of Goate alias Gotts in Bingmer and Glynde on J. L. 
and Mary his wife and their heirs. They had issue Thomas L., 
Johan L., and 9 other sons and daughters, and Mary died. J. L. 
remarried Barbara . . . ., and made will; mentions son John. 

640. 

JOHN LANGWOETH, S.T.P. Vol. 346, No. 179. 

E. G., (?) Aug. 12 James. Died 8 Jan. 11 James. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 2 . . years and more. 

Lands in Buxsted, Erlington, " Bedforlongs " in ....(?)," Stock- 
bridge," " le Hyes," and other lands in Itipe alias Eckington, manor 
of Sounting Peverell, manor of Owborne alias Woborne in Buxsted, 



140 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

late bought by Arthur Langworth of Buxsted, property in Suffolk, 
" Alpheton alias Aulton." By deed .... 7 James settled manor of 
Sounting Peverell on himself for life, remainder on Frances his wife 
for life, remainder to heirs, remainder to Anthony L. his 4th son, 
other property in Eipe to use of said Anthony, remainder to Francis 
his 5th son, other property in Kent to use of John L. his 3rd son, 
other property to use of Arthur L. his 2nd son, manor of Owborne 
to Francis L. his 5th son. J. L. made will 1 Nov. 1613 " Lavenham " 
in Suffolk to wife, she allowing Thomas L. my son a competent 
allowance during his life. Frances survived him and is living at 
Selling. 

641. 

EICHARD LECHE, esq. Vol. 249, No. 71. 

E. GK, 22 Aug. 39 Eliz. Died 23 Dec. last. 

Heir, brother William Leche, aged 50 and more. 

Lands. Francis Carewe, knt., sold manor and rectory of Plumpton 
to R. L. and Charity his wife seized also of manors of Barkham and 
Netherhall and lands in Fletching, etc. died s.p. lands in Cuckfield 
bought of Thos. Michell of Awnstye, gent. 

642. 

KICHABD LEE, esq. Vol. 97, No. 93, and Vol. 128, No. 79. 

Steyning, 27 Sept. 6 Edw. VI. Died 7 May last. 

Heir, son William Lee, aged 7 years and more. 

Lands. Manor of Lee, lands in Fittleworth, Stopham, Rudgwick. 
Settlement Easter 36 Hen. VIII. on marriage with Elizabeth Tirrell. 
His will left lands first to son William, then to daughter Mary, 
remainder to Barnabe Lee of Stoke in Somerset. 

643. 

JOHN LEEDES, esq. Vol. 291, No. 123. 

Horsham, 11 March 3 James. Died 17 Feb. in year aforesaid. 

Heir, son Thomas Leedes, K.B., aged 40 years. 

Lands. Manors of Wappingthorne, Brockhurst, Walehill alias 
Weild, Horcombe and Harpeting, also manors of Woowood and 
Tottington in Cowfold, Hurstpierpoint, and Twineham, land in 
Findon, " Thiselworth " in West Grrinstead, " Okeland " in Sherman- 
bury, " Watsland " in Cowfold, " Wilcome " in Hurstpp. and Keymer, 
lands and houses in E. GK and Combes. 

644. 

JOHN LEEFE. Vol. 278, No. 99. 
Midhurst, 19 April 35 Eliz. Died 19 Oct. last. 
Heir, son John Leefe, aged 5 years on 26 May last. 
Margaret his widow survives. (He was married about 5 March 
28 Eliz.) 

Lands in Upmardeu. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 141 

645. 

JOHN LEICESTER. Vol. 582, No. 155. 

Horsham, 21 March 14 Charles. Died 25 Jan. last. 

Heir, son John L., aged 17 years 8 days. 

Lands. " Lamas acre " in Ashurst, " Frenches " in Wiston, other 
property in Wiston, Steyning and Ashurst, and in Ewhurst, Surrey. 
6 Jan. last made will left to Thos. L., younger son, and Margery L. 
his daughter. Margery his widow and Thos. and Margery survive. 

646. 

JOHN LEVETT. Pile 1085, No. 2. Exchequer Inqs. P.M. 

Chichester, 30 Oct. 27 Hen. VIII. 

(Robert ?) Levett was seized of property in Icklesham, St. Mary's 
Hastings, St. Leonards, Hollington, Manors of Talding .... granted 
to trustees ("William Levett one) to use of a certain John Levett and his 
heirs, and after John Levett the father died, etc. Parts clear, but greater 
part illegible. [This seems to be the Inq. p.m. of John Levett of 
Little Horsted, gent., will dated 12 Oct. 1533 and proved in P.C.C. 
11 May 1535 (24, Hogen), who had an only son John L.] 

647. 

JOHN LEVETT. Vol. 106, No. 66, and Vol. 108, No. 105. 

Steyning, 7 Nov. 2 and 3 Philip and Mary. Died 13 Dec. last. 

Heir, son Lawrence, aged 11 years 7 months. 

Lands. Manors of Allington alias Aniugdon, Telding, Cleres, 
Ewell alias Ewelme, Steninge, Wepehurst, lands in "Wisborough alias 
W. Grene, Fittleworth, Pulborough, Kirdford, Hollington, Ikelsham 
alias Ikeysden, Eingmer, Little Horsted, Ore, Pett, Dallington, 
Bexhill, Framfield, Mildham, and " Capperedge " in Aysshurst. 

648. 

LAWRENCE LEVIT of Hollington, esq. Vol. 211, No. 192. 

E. GK, 23 Sept. 28 Eliz. Died 20 Jan. 28 Eliz. at Hollington 
without issue. 

Heir, sister Mary, aged 30 and more (and wife of Thomas Evers- 
field, gent.). 

Lands. Manors of Allington, Ewell, "Wephurst, Middleham, 
Cleaveax, and Telding, "Fordelands" in Kirdford, " Kents " in 
Goring, "Mardens" in Stopham, lands in "Wiston and Ashurst, 
" Stroodelands " in Little Horsted, "Pounsley Furnace" in Framfield, 
"Grove" and "Swans" in Hollington, lands in Bexhill and Icklesham. 
Eva Ashburnharn, mother of L. L., left lands in Fletching to L. L., 
with remainder to Adham Ashburnham, esq., remainder to Mary Levit, 
and died at Guestling. On 22 Jan. 28 Eliz. Mary Levit married 
Thomas Eversfield, gent., both now living at Uckfield. Adham 
Ashburnham entered on premises and is now living at Guestling. 

649. 

JOHN LEVETT, gent. Vol. 292, No. 171. 
E. G., 21 Aug. 4 James. Died 20 Jan. last at Robertsbridge. 
Heir, son John, aged 32 and more. 



142 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. Messuages and lands in Seddlescombe, Warbleton, and 
Robertsbridge, half manor and Castle of Bodyham, lands and messuages 
in Lighe and Maidstone. On 23 May 3 James made will to wife 
Elizabeth lands in Robertsbridge and Salehurst for life, paying my son 
Richard Levett 20 a year, with remainder to him; also to him lands 
in Maidstone to son William L. lands in "Warbleton remainder of 
Richard Levett's lands to Michael L., another of my sons, remainder 
to Joshua L., another of my sons to John Levett my eldest son lands 
in Sedlescombe. On 28 June 1 James he settled half manor and 
castle of Bodyham on himself for life and then on Thomas his 
2nd son. 

650. 

RICHABD LEWKENOR. Vol. 23, No. 253. 

E. G., 10 July 21 Hen. VII. Died 

Heir, nephew Francis Lewkenor, son of .... L., brother of R. L. 

Lands. Manors of Bargham, Beauxey, and Greatham, advowsons 
of Bargham and Wiggenholt, lands in E. G. and "Warbleton, and 
manor of Fremsham in Surrey. (Very much faded and illegible in 
places.) 

651. 

EDWARD LEWKENOR, esq. Vol. 47, No. 41. 

Lewes, 10 April 20 Hen. VIII. Died 7 July 20 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 11 years. 

Lands. Feoffees were seized of manors of Goring and Ham to 
use of E. L. and his heirs, and other feoffees were seized of other 
lands to use of E. L., Margaret, then his wife, and heirs of Margaret. 
E. L. by will left to Margaret, then his wife, manor of Ham in 
recompense of dower, and left reversion to Antony his son after 
Margaret's death. 

652. 

ROGER LEWKENOR, knt. Vol. 48, No. 159 (2), and Vol. 75, No. 48. 

Petworth, 16 May 38 Hen. VIII. Died at Trotton 17 Jan. 
34 Hen. VIII. 

Coheirs, daughters Joan Pole, widow, daughter by 1st wife and aged 
40 and more ; Katherine Lewkenor, aged 9 years 8 months and more, 
Mabell L., aged 6 years 8 months and more, and Constance L., aged 
2 years and more, daughters by 2nd wife Elizabeth. 

Lands. Manors of Bodiham, Camoyscourte, Wannyngore, 
Dalyngrig alias Dalyngrove, Iford, Dumpford, Trotton, Elsted, 
Dedling, Selmeston-Ludley, Itford, Radyngton, Bolbroke, Hames, 
Bredhurst, Horsted Keynes, " le Olde Parke " in Rowsper, Horsham, 
and Roghay advowsons of Trotton, Worth, Rowsper, Hitchingfield, 
and Chailey. On 1 Aug. 24 Hen. VIII. with Elizabeth his wife made 
a settlement on Joan his daughter and heir apparent, wife of William 
Barrantyne, knt., of Hasley, co. Oxon, and widow of Arthur Poole, knt. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 143 

653. 

EDMUND LEWKENOR. Vol. 75, No. 54. 

Petworth, 21 July 38 Hen. VIII. Died 11 March 35 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Thomas Lewkenor, aged 6 years at his father's death and 
now aged 7 and more, but not 8. 

Lands. Manor of Fyning settled to use of himself, then Joan his 
wife, and after his heirs Joan still living at Tangmer lands in 
Tangmer and Wullavington. 

654. 

THOMAS LEWKENOR (proof of age). Vol. 126, No. 135. 

Eastbourne, 6 June 2 Elizabeth. 

Jurors say that Thomas Lewkenor, son and heir of Edward 
Lewkenor, esq., was born at Tangrnere and there baptized 27 Jan. 
30 Hen. VIII., A.D. 1538, and was of age 27 January last. 



655. 

EDMUND LEWKENOR, gent. Vol. 236, No. 66. 

Petworth, 7 June 35 Eliz. Died last April 30 Eliz. at Elsted. 

Heir, son Herbert, aged 16 on 31 Aug. next. 

Lands. Eichard Lewkenor, esq., and Lady Elizabeth his wife 
were seized of half manor of Selmeston Ludley for selves and heirs. 
He died at Trotton 26 June 1572, leaving E. L. his son and heir, aged 
30 and more. Lady Elizabeth died at Trotton last May 34 Eliz. 
Henry Lewknor has taken rents since Lady Elizabeth's death. 



656. 

EICHARD LEWKNOR, knt., Chief Justice of Chester. Vol. 355, 
No. 45. 

Petworth, 20 Sept. 14 James. Died 6 April 14 James. 

Heir, grandson Eichard Lewknor, esq., son of Eichard L., esq., 
deceased, son of E. L., aged 24 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Westdeane, Birdham, Sayes Court alias Tawkes 
manor, half manor of Dallingridge with appurts. in E. Gf. and "West 
Hoathly, etc., " Baggatts Shaye alias Baggattshey " in Clun, co. Salop. 

657. 

EICHARD LEWKENOR of West Dean, esq. Vol. 521, No. 121. 

Shoreham, 19 Aug. 11 Chas. Died 27 May 11 Chas. 

Heir, son John L., aged 11 years 5 mouths 8 days. 

Lands. Manors of West Dean, Stoughton, Birdham, Sayes Court 
alias Tawkes, Munckton, and Preston, half the manor of Dallingridge 
in E. Gr. and West Hoathly, lands in Fishborne and Chichester. He 
married 1 Jan. 15 Jas. at St. Mary de Arcubus, London, Mary, 
daughter of Thomas Bennett, Alderman of London. She survives. 



144 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

658. 

JOHN LICKFOTTLD of Lurgashall, yeo. Vol. 350, No. 56. 

Horsham, 27 Sept. 13 James. Died 10 May last at Lurgashall. 

Heir, son Edward L., aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Duddlesfold, " Eivers farm " in Tillington, 
" Southwaters " in Lurgarshall, and lands in Selham. Made will 
8 May last and left the manor to Thomas L. his grandson, son of 
Edward L. his son, and " Eivers farm " to Anthony L. his grandson, 
son of Anthony L. his son. 

659. 

EDWABD LTNDSET, esq. Vol. 456, No. 67. 

E. G-., 25 May 6 Charles. Died 29 March last. 

Heir, son Eichard Lyndsey, aged 20 years 1 month. 

Lands. E. L. and Mary his wife were seized by feoffment from 
Eichard, late Earl of Dorset, and others of land in Hailsham and 
Pevensey various lands (named) in Buxsted (mention of Sarah, one 
of the daughters of John Perman of Chichester, innholder). 

660. 

JOHN LYNNE. Vol. 267, No. 100. 

E. G., 28 July 44 Eliz. Died 3 May 44 Eliz. at Tapton. 
Heir, son William L., aged 26 and more. 

Lands. " Somer Eoode," " Bounde G-asson," " "Wylmare," 
" Hobsons," " Heywards," and " Pryors " in Tapton and Barnham. 

661. 

WILLIAM LYNNE. Vol. 333, No. 9. 

E. Gr., 2 Nov. 11 James. Died 16 March 3 James at Yapton. 

Coheirs. Mary was his daughter and heir, aged 1 year at his death, 
but died 6 months after her father. Henry Standen, son and heir of 
Joan S., deceased, eldest aunt on the father's side of said Mary, is 
cousin and one of the heirs. Elizabeth, wife of Eichard Knight, and 
Susan, wife of Eichard Penfold, are aunts on the father's side and 
other heirs of said Mary. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Somer Eoode," " Bounde 
Gasson," and "Wylmare" in Tapton much other property (specified) 
in Tapton and other property in Barnham and North Bersted, and on 
11 March 1605 made will " I, William Lenne, the son of John 
Lenne of Tapton," yeo. to daughter Mary Lenne lands in North 
Bersted after decease of my wife, remainder to my godson William 
Knight, son of Eichd. Knight. 

662. 

EICHARD LTNTOT. Vol. 304, No. 23, and Vol. 305, No. 125. 
Horsham, 20 Dec. 6 James. Died 26 April last. 
Heir, son John, aged 16 years on 25 Feb. last. 
Lands." Butlers " and " Cockmans," " Smallwells Croft," 
" Terryes," " Nyters," and " Brookes," with a water mill in Horsham 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 145 

and a messuage, etc., at Stamerham in Horsham called " Lyntots 
lands," land in Sullington, "Steedcroft" in le Scarfar in Horsham. 
" Mershland " in Warnham, and " Tilgatt alias Tillatt " and 
"Spreckle" in Hitchingfield. Made will 21 April 1608 left 
"Cockmans" to Nicholas L. his son, and "Mersland" and "Tilgat" to 
Henry L. his son and their heirs. Long before his death a certain John 
Lyntot, his father, was seized of " Charrnans alias Longsland " and 
" Brookland." Also long before his death Sir Roger Covert was 
seized of manor of Sullington, of which " Lyntotts lands " and the 
crofts were held, and 14 Edw. I. granted them to a certain Robert L. 
and heirs of his body, with reversion to lord of manor. About 
38 Hen. VIII. John Lyntot was seized of above as heir of the body of 
Robert Lyntot. Aforesaid John Lyntot, father of R. L., by deed 
of 1 Jan. 33 Eliz. settled " Lyntotts lands " on R. L., his son and heir, 
and his heirs and assigns for ever, and " Charmans " on R. L. for life, 
and after for a certain Elizabeth Agate, whom R. L. afterwards 
married, and after John L. died. Elizabeth the widow of R. L. 
survives at Warnham. 

663. 

WILLIAM LISTKET. Vol. 739, No. 45. 

E. G., 1 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 15 Eeb. 12 Charles (1637). 

Coheirs, Mary Harper, wife of John Harper, one of the sisters of 
W. L., Anna Deering, wife of Richard Deering, another sister of 
W. L., and Edward Kidder, son of John Kidder, deceased, son and heir 
of Bridgett Kidder, another sister of W. L., each over 21. 

Lands. Two messuages and lands called " "Worsteds " in E. Gr., 
and by deed 12 Aug. 22 James between him and Robert Tredcraft of 
Horsham, gent., and Listney Treadcroft, his son and heir apparent, 
granted to them for his (W. L.'s) life, then to use of Anne his wife 
during widowhood, and after to Robert T. until L. T. is 24, when to 
him, his heirs and assigns. On 12 Jan. 12 Charles made will left to 
R. T. after death of Anne his wife. 

664. 

MAET LOCKIEE. Vol. 618, No. 20. 

Buckstedd, 1 Aug. 18 Charles. 

To see if Mary Lockier is a lunatic. Jurors say she dwelling at 
Rotherfield is a lunatic seized of reversion after death of Thomas L. 
and Joan L. 

Thomas Lockier is uncle and next heir. 

Eliz. Alchorne, late wife and relict of John Lockier, deceased, 
father of said M. L. M. L., now aged 40 (? 14, see No. 665) and 
more. Thomas and Joan Lockier still living at Rotherfield. 

665. 

MAET LOCKTEE. Vol. 718, No. 159. 
Cliffe, Lewes, 22 April 1658. 

The Jurors say that M. L. is an idiot and has been so since her 
birth 14 Oct. 1627 till now. Her father John L. died 14 April 1627. 
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146 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands called " Boreshead," "Rendley," and other lands in 
Rotherfield. 

Coheirs, cousins John Highland, aged 40, eldest son of Thomas H. 
and Silvester his wife, sister and coheir of John L., deceased, Thomas 
Alchorne, aged 45, only son of Thomas A. and Elizabeth his wife, 
deceased, another sister and coheir of John L., Anne, now wife of 
John Neeves, aged 35, only daughter of John Ovenden and Susan his 
wife, another sister and coheir of John L. 

666. 

THOMAS LODGER. Vol. 278, No. 119. 

Arundel, 10 Sept. 36 Eliz. Died 20 Aug. 33 Eliz. 

Heir, son William, aged 16 at Inq. 

Lands in Westmarden. Margaret his widow survives. 

667. 

THOMAS LOK. Pile 1080, No. 5. Exchequer Inqs. P.M. 
E. G., 26 Oct. 20 Hen. VIII. Died 12 Oct. 9 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 11 years. 

Lands. A certain Edward Lok was seized of .... in Pulborowe, 
and after his death premises descended to Thomas Lok his son. 

668. 

JOAN LONGE, widow. Vol. 568, No. 103. 

Lewes, 29 March 14 Charles. Died 1 Feb. 7 Charles at 
Northmarden. 

Heir, son Richard Longe, gent., aged 40 at her death. 

Lands. A certain Edward Pyke of Frome Selwood, co. Somerset, 
yeo., deceased, on 27 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. by statute staple acknowledged 
that he owed Robert Ofraunt of Bradford, Wilts, 1000, and after 
15 Sept. 37 Hen. VIII. was seized of 2 messuages and lands in North 
Merdon, co. Sussex. Robert Graunt took them 28 April . . Edw. VI. 
The right of Edw. Pyke (he died at North Marden) to reversion after 
payment of debt descended on his death to J. L., widow, as daughter 
and heir. 

669. 

THOMAS LOVELL, knt. Vol. 41, No. 32. 

Chichester, 12 Oct. 16 Hen. VIII. Died 25 May last at Endfield, 
Middlesex, s.p. 

Coheirs, nieces Ursula Husey, wife of William Husey, esq., aged 
30 and more. Margaret Gurney, wife of Anthony Gurney, esq., aged 
26 and more, Ela Bylsby, wife of John Bylsbv, esq., aged 22 and more, 
and great-nephew Thomas Fitzlewes, son of Elizabeth, late wife of 
John Fitzlewes, aged 10 years and more (Ursula, Margaret, Ela, and 
Elizabeth, daughters and heirs of Robert Lovell, knt., brother of T. L.). 

Lands. 31 2s. 7%d. rent in Chichester, and by deed T. L. granted 
to Richard, Bishop of Winchester, and several others, among whom 
Thomas Lovell, esq., to use of his last will. T. L. by last will left to 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 147 

Thomas Maners, Lord Eoos, remainder to Oliver Maners his brother, 
remainder to Richard Maners his brother, remainder right heirs of 
Thomas M ., Lord Roos. 

670. 

FRANCIS LUCAS. Vol. 731, No. 151. 
E. GK, 5 Aug. 10 Charles. Died 13 Oct. 5 Charles. 
Heir, son Francis, aged 7 years 7 months 18 days. 
Lands. Messuage and lands called "Longford" in Barcombe, and 
lands called "Blundells" and "Mathies" in West Hothly. 

671. 

CHEISTOPHEB LUCKE. Vol. 148, No. 13. 
Lewes, 6 Oct. 10 Eliz. Died 14 July 9 Eliz. 
Heir, son Edward, aged 6. 

Lands. Manor of Hawle and lands in Rotherfield and Mayfield. 
Alice, widow of Christopher and mother of Edward, receives rents. 

672. 

RICHAKD LUCK, yeo. Vol. 249, No. 65. 
.... (faded away) 18 .... 39 Eliz. Died 3 May 35 Eliz. 
Heir, son John, aged 33. 

Lands. Henry Nevill, esq., 18 Aug. 32 Eliz., lord of manor of 
Mayfield, granted " Durgatts " to Richard Luck. 

673. 

JOHN LUCKE of Mayfield, clerk. Vol. 419, No. 29. 

E. G., 21 April 1 Charles. Died 12 July 22 James at Mayfield. 

Heir, eldest son John Lucke, aged 21 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and lands of 1st virgate of "Wateryard and 
lands at Pryors Crosse, and part of lands of virgate of Knoll, near 
Knollands, and lands of 2nd virgate of Wateryard, and " Highefield " 
and " le Downe," all in Mayfield and bought of Edward Bennett, also 
" Bakehouse Croft " in Wadhurst, and lands called " Nicholas Bar- 
hams meadow" in Wadhurst. Made will 1 June 1024 and left some 
to wife Susan his ex'trix for bringing up his daughters and some to 
sons Timothy Luck and Thomas Luck left to his eldest son John 
Lucke 20 per annum out of lands during life of Susau. 

674. 

THOMAS LUCKE, yeo. Vol. 593, No. 10. 

E. G., 27 Aug. 16 Chas. Died 8 May 1639. 

Heir, nephew John Lucke, i.e., son of John Lucke, eldest brother 
of T. L., aged 30 years and more. 

Lands." Pipers," " Pipers Croft," and "Highfield" in Wadhurst, 
lands in Lamberhurst and G-oudhurst, co. Kent. Made will 8 May 
1627 brother Christopher Lucke to have use of house he dwelleth in 
(for life, and after to Stephen Apps my sister's son) in Groudhurst, 
paying brother George Apps 10 per annum John Kingwood my 

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148 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

brother-in-law shall have my land at Beddifield hill in Wadhurst for 
200 Thomas Haman of Ticehurst, my sister's son, his brother, and 
5 sisters to Thomas L., son of Bich. L. my brother, my house and 
lands in Lamberhurst. 

675. 

JOHN LUDLOWE. Vol. 3, No. 26. 
Inquisition, 25 Feb. 3 Hen. VII. Died 3 Jan. last. 
Heir, son John, aged 25 and more. 
Lands. " Eyvers " in Fittleworth and lands in Stopham. 

676. 

WILLIAM LUTMAN, gent. Vol. 578, No. 24. 

Petworth, 9 Sept. 15 Chas. Died 20 Feb. last. 

Heir, son Eobert, aged 21 and more. 

Lands. Messuage, barns, and lands in Gooteham alias Goodham 
in Storrington, 2 messuages, land, cottage with curtilage and land in 
Felpham alias Felgham alias Feltham. 

677. 

THOMAS LUXFORD. Vol. 236, No. 49. 

Horsham, 22 Oct. 35 Eliz. Died 27 July 34 Eliz. at "Westmeston. 

Heir, grandson Thomas L., son of son John L., deceased, aged 
5 years. 

Lands. " Highfields " in Hurst and lands in Wartling wife 
Joan sons George, Thomas, Francis. 

678. 

EDWARD LUXFORD, yeo. Vol. 251, No. 163. 

E. G., 2 Dec. 39 Eliz. Died 27 June 38 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 25. 

Lands. "Eandols" and "Furlong" in Hurstpierpoint, and by 
deed dated 22 Jan. 30 Eliz. conveyed to trustees for self for life and 
after to Thos. his son, who is now living at Hurstpierpoint; also seized 
of " Lambards mead " in Hurst, and by deed 25 April 37 Eliz. con- 
veyed to Edward Luxford his son, now living at Hurstpierpoint ; also 
messuage and other land in Hurst, and by deed 5 April 37 Eliz. 
gave to Eichard his son, with remainder to Edward his son. 

679. 

THOMAS LUXFORD. Vol. 355, No. 74, and Vol. 364, No. 18. 
E. G., 17 May 14 James. Died 27 Sept. 13 James. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 20 years 6 months, and married to Changed 
Collins. 

Lands. Property in Wartling and " Bomsells" in Horsmonceux. 

680. 

GEORGE LUXFORD, gent. Vol. 489, No. 140. 
E. G., 17 Jan. 8 Charles. Died 1 Sept. 7 Charles. 
Heir, son John, aged 26 and more. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 149 

Lands. " Highfields " in Hurstpierpoint, by deed dated 29 Oct. 
6 Chas. on marriage of Richard L. his 2nd son and Sarah, one of the 
daughters of Sir Stephen Boord, deceased, settled on himself and 
them, also manor of Novington in Westmeston, lands in TJckfield, 
Buxsted, and Pramfield, manor of Ockley in Keymer and Ditchling, 
and manor or capital messuage called " Grovelands " left to Richard L : , 
remainder to George L., son of Thomas L. of Watlinge also seized 
of " Tillinghurstwood " in Westmeston. 

681. 

JAMES MANDEVILE. Vol. 621, No. 5. 

Petworth, 23 Sept. 18 Chas. Died at Kirdford 13 July last. 

Heir, daughter Dousabella M., aged 5 months 1 day. 

Lands. " Rumballs alias Rumbolls " in Kerdford, " Rickhurst " 
in Duusfold and Shalford, Surrey, " Birchhooke " in Dunsfold. Joan 
his widow survives at Kirdford and is entitled to dower. 



682. 

JOHN MANNINGS, esq. Vol. 721, No. 45. 

Shoreham, 11 Sept. 10 Charles. Died 1 Nov. last. 

Coheirs, sisters Anne, wife of Thos. jLawly, esq., aged 21, and 
Elizabeth, wife of Robert Caesar, aged 18 and more. 

Lands. Messuage at Much Haddam, Herts, manor of Heling, co. 
Lincoln, manor of Badhurst, co. Sussex, Crawll or Crall in Warbleton, 
Crawll or Crall forge and mills. 

683. 

ROBERT MARCHE. Vol. 141, No. 23. 

Battle, 17 April 7 Elizabeth. Died 3 February 5 Elizabeth. 

Heir, son Simon Marche. 

Lands called " Paradyse " and " Pavysfeld " and other lands in 
Playden, messuage in Iden which descended to him from John Marche 
his father, " Spitleland " in Rye, lands in Wittersham and New- 
church, Kent, messuage and lands in Ivychurch, Kent, which descended 
to him on the death of Joan his mother, 7 mansions and 8 gardens in 
Rye, and other lands in Rye. Will 31 Dec. 5 Elizabeth wife Agnes, 
eldest son Simon, under 21. To sons Peter M., Robert M., John M., 
Thomas M., and Joseph M., and to daughter Joan Marche various 
properties sister Ellen to have 4 yearly if she outlive brother 
Henry Bisshopp. 

684. 

SIMON MARCHE, gent. Vol. 203, No. 49. 

Lewes, 7 Oct. 26 Eliz. Died 13 April last. 

Heir, son William, 4 years old on 2 Dec. next. 

Lands. " Spittle land" in Rye, land called " Parvis " in Playden, 
land called " The Paradysa " in Playden, etc. Anne March, widow of 
S. M., survives. 



150 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

685. 

WILLIAM MAECHE, yeo. Vol. 281, No. 15. 

Lewes, 15 Dec. 1 James. Died 28 July 1 James. 

Heir, cousin Thomas March, viz., son of Robert M., brother of 
Simon M., father of W. M., aged 27 and more. 

Lands in Eye called " Spittleland," "Pavys," and "le Paradise " in 
Playden, " le Q-atehowse " in Rye. 

686. 

JOHN MABKWICK, yeo. Vol. 439, No. 27. 
Shoreham, 29 July 4 Charles. Died 25 Sept. 1 Charles. 
Heir, brother William, aged 11 years 7 months 13 days. 
Lands. "Feldlaud" and "Tyecroft" in Jevington, messuage, 
barn, and land in Jevington. 

687. 

THOMAS MAELOTT, jun., gent. Vol. 242, No. 24, and Vol. 254, 

No. 85. 

E. GK, 9 May 37 Eliz. Died 15 May 1593. 

Heir, son William, aged 4 years on 17 April 1594. 

Lands. Manor of Muntham, lands in Shipley called " Booges," 
" Pratts," and " Woodshuil alias Bockesals" in Billingshurst. 

688. 

EDMUND MAEBET, gent. Vol. 282, No. 20, Vol. 291, No. 1, and 
Vol. 295, No. 1. 

E. Gr., 28 Aug. 2 James. Died 16 June 1 James at Hendly, Berks. 

Heir, son John, aged 3 years 9 months 5 days at Inq. 

Lands. Capital messuage or manor of Rusper with lands in 
Rusper, 1 other messuage and lands called " Jefferys " and " Hall 
Ryddens " in Rusper. 

689. 

THOMAS MAESHALL, yeo. Vol. 282, No. 6. 
Arundel, 12 April 2 James. Died 12 Feb. 40 Eliz. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 20 on 19 Nov. last. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., called "le Red lyon" in Horsham 
(formerly called Puffeshern), also " Northlands " in Horsham. 

690. 

ELLIS MABTIN. Vol. 557, No. 46. 

E. G., 6 June 13 Chas. Died 1 April 11 Chas. 

Heir, cousin John Preston, son and heir of John P., deceased, son 
and heir of Isabel P., only sister of George Martin, deceased, father of 
E. M., aged 29 and more. 

Lands. "Farleigh Mill " and lands in Guestling and Farley, also 
lands in Wittersham, Stone, Ebony, Shaddoxhurst, Cranbrooke, and 
Marden in Kent. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 151 

691. 

RICHABD MASCALL, gent. Vol. 191, No. 108. 

E. Gr., 21 March 22 Eliz. Died 20 March 12 Eliz. 

Heir, son Edward Mascall, then aged 6 years 5 months, but now 
aged 16 years. 

Lands. John Mascall, father of R. M., was seized of the manor of 
Plumpton and various lands in P., and 10 Dec. 12 Eliz. granted 
annuities of 40 to Mary, wife of R. M., and settled the property to 
the use of himself for life, then for R. M. and his heirs. R. M. died 
first, and John Mascall died at Plumpton 13 Feb. 13 Eliz. 

692. 

JOHN MASCALL. Vol. 226, No. 143. 

Horsham, 5 Nov. 32 Eliz. Died 6 Aug. 18 Eliz. 

Heir, sou Edward M., aged 16 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Francis Carewe, esq., now knt., on 10 June 14 Eliz. 
enfeoffed aforesaid J. M. and Mary his wife and heirs with " Yard- 
land" in West Hoathly. Mary the widow still lives. 

693. 

JOHN MASCALL, gent., of Selmeston. Vol. 226, No. 160. 

Lewes, 6 Dec. 32 Eliz. Died 14 March last. 

Heir, son Walter, aged 9 years 2 months and 8 days. 

Lands. Manor of Sherrington in Selmeston, " Ripe " and " Chid- 
dingly," which he granted 15 Sept. 14 Eliz. to Nicholas Mascall his 
father for 60 years. Nicholas M. still living. Other lands called 
" Cranes " and " Shorthams " in Selmeston. 

694. 

EDWAED MASCALL, gent. Vol. 247, No. 47. 

E. Gr., 14 July 38 Eliz. Died 9 May 38 Eliz. at South Mailing. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 9 years 1 month 12 days. 

Lands. Site of manor and manor house of manor of Plompton 
purchased by John M., gent., grandfather of E. M., of Fras. Carewe, 
esq., by deed 4 July 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. E. M. and others on 
last January 29 Eliz. settled to the use of last will of E. M. Aforesaid 
John M. and Richard M. his son, father of E. M., on 10 Dec. 12 Eliz. 
granted annuities of 40 to Mary, then wife of Richard M., for life 
after the death of Richard M. E. M. made will 24 Aug. 36 Eliz. 
entailed property on (1) Richard M. his eldest son, (2) William M. his 
2nd son, (3) Edward M., jun., his son, (4), right heirs. Mary M. 
survives. 

695. 

ELIZABETH MASSY (? widow). Vol. 19, No. 7. 

Petworth, . . May 21 Hen. VII. Died Friday before feast of 
Annunciation, B.V.M. 

Heir, great-grandson John Dyke, viz., son of Thomas, son of 
Henry, son of same E. M., aged 6 years and more. 



152 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. . . . . Lurgarsale, 40 messuages and much landed property 
in Lurgarsale, By worth, Cotes, "Warnecamp, Egdene, North Harden, 
etc. (mostly illegible . . . ., something about John Warnett and John 
Nicholl, ? trustees to uses of her last will), they at her instance con- 
veyed to John Shirley and Elizabeth Dyke 7 July 19 Hen. VII. 
2 Aug. 19 Hen. VII. E. M. made will. 

696. 

GEOBGE MATHEW of Lewes. Vol. 594, No. 51. 

Chichester, 23 Sept. 16 Charles. Died 19 March 12 Charles 
at Lewes. 

Heir, eldest son John, aged 19 years 5 months 14 days. 

Lauds. Messuage and close in St. Michael's, Lewes, formerly 
" Loves," in his own occupation, and another messuage in Lewes in 
occupation of Thomas Cowlstocke. Made will 15 March 12 Charles, 
that Thomas Mathew his brother and Thomas Alchorne his ex'ors 
should receive rents, etc., until his 2 sons John and Thomas were 21. 
Thomas Mathew and Thomas Alchorne have received the rents. 

697. 

THOMAS MAT of Tysherst, gent. Vol. 97, No. 85. 
Lewes, 8 June 6 Edw. VI. Died (date not found). 
Heir, son Thomas May, aged 25 years at his father's death. 
Lands. Manor of Pashley in Ticehurst, manor of Py cards in 
Wadherst. Made will and left latter property to son George May. 

698. 

RICHABD MATE, citizen and merchant tailor of London. Vol. 216, 
No. 92. 

E. G., 27 Feb. 30 Eliz. Died 19 Sept. last. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 21 and more. 

Lands. Mauor of Midellavant alias Rawmere alias Roughmere, 
" Stiffords Clay " in Essex, messuage in St. Thomas Apostle, London. 
President and Scholars of St. John Baptist, Oxford, were seized of 
capital messuage in St. Mary Aldermary, London, and on 25 Nov. 
27 Eliz. granted to R. M., deceased, and Mary his wife, and heirs of 
R. M., Mary still living, 2 messuages in Watling Street, parish 
St. John Evangelist, London. Made will 18 Sept. 29 Eliz. gave to 
wife Mary lauds in Sussex, etc. to son Richard lands in Stifford 
son William messuage called " Redcrosse" in Watling Street to son 
Thomas next house called " Spread Eagle " to son Humphrey house 
in St. Thomas Apostle Thomas and Humphrey at 24. 

699. 

GEORGE MATE, eaq. Vol. 236, No. 88. 
Horsham, 22 Oct. 35 Eliz. Died 15 Sept. last at Burwash. 
Heir, son Thomas M., aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Seized of " Reekely alias Racklygh" in Burwash and 
Ticehurst, etc. Made will 24 Oct. 34 Eliz. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

700. 

THOMAS MAT, esq. Vol. 324, No. 174. 
E. G-., 22 May 9 James. Died 9 July last. 
Heir, eldest son Anthony May, aged 20 years and more. 
Lands. Manor of Pashley in Ticehurst and Etcbingham, "Brorne- 
hurst " in Ticehurst and Etchingham, etc. 

701. 

THOMAS MATE, knt. Vol. 366, No. 180. 

E. G-., 21 Jan. 14 James. Died 23 Aug. last. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas May, esq., aged 20 years 6 months and 
not more at father's death. 

Lands. Manors of Mayfield and Pennybridge alias Bettersden and 
portion of tithes, and by deed 23 March 5 James mortgaged them to 
Win. Maynard and Abraham Maynard, son of Richard Maynard, 
and after mortgaged them to Richard May of Islington, co. Middlesex, 
gent., for 600. Richard May by deed . . Nov. 1615 sold to said 
T. M. for 1323, but T. M. did not pay, Rich. M. therefore possessed. 
T. M. . . 7 April 44 Eliz. leased to Thomas Aynscombe, late of Mayfield, 
gent., deceased, a parcel of land, part of Mayfield Park, for 200 years 
for use of Stephen Aynscombe his son ; also leased another part to 
Thomas A. for benefit of his son Thos. A. Thomas Aynscombe died 
and made Thos. A. his son ex'or. T. M. also by deed 12 Oct. 
12 James leased to John Fuller of Hunts in Mayfield, gent., Mayfield 
Park in M. for 7 years. 

702. 

JOHN MAT, esq. Vol. 470, No. 47. 

Shoreham, 6 Sept. 7 Charles. Died 13 Jan. last at Middlelavant. 

Heir, son Thomas May, esq., aged 27 years and more. 

Lands. Manor of Middlelavant alias Rawmeere, rectory of M., 
Goodwood Park in Westhampnett, etc. Made will 15 Jan. 1624 and 
left portion to John May his son. 

703. 

ANTHONT MAT, esq. Vol. 537, No. 73. 

Battle, 22 Sept. 12 Chas. Died at Ticehurst 14 June last. 

Heir, son Edward M., aged 10 years 3 months 19 days. 

Lands. Manor of Pashley in Ticehurst and Etchingham, Brom- 
hurst, Walredge, half the manor of Kitchingham in Etchingham, 
" Westnewicke " in E., "Streeters" in T., and reversion after death of 
Anne M., wid., his mother, of " Shewes," " Brookefarme," and 
" Blashenden " in Frittenden, Kent, other lands in Ticehurst and 
Etchingham. Made will 1 Nov. 1635 wife Joan sons Edward, 
Adrian, and Anthony. 

704. 

WILLIAM MATNARD. Vol. 378, No. 128. 

E. GK, 8 Sept. 17 James. Died 30 May 17 James. 

Heir, eldest son Richard, aged 9 years 6 months. 



154 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. "W. M. seized of manor of Pennybridge alias Battersden 
in Mayfield, tithes of corn and hay of Mayfield Eectory, windmill and 
cottage in M., capital messuage in Pevensey and Westham, " High- 
field" in Mayfield. Made will 28 May 1619, made Frances his wife 
ex'or, and left lauds to her till son William is 21 for benefit of his two 
younger children. 

705. 

EICHAED MAYNAED. Vol. 395, No. 88. 

Horsham, 20 Aug. 20 Jas. Died 12 Jan. 16 Jas. 

Heir, son John M., aged 19 years 4 months 14 days. 

Lands called "le Trench," " Hale," " Copbarowe," " Milfield," "le 
fower acres," "le Aldrett," " le Mote Mede," " Osynershe alias 
Bulfiuches," and other lands in Eotherfield, lands in Mayfield. Made 
will 6 Jan. 1618 sons John, Richard, arid William daughters 
Beatrice and Anne. 

706. 

BICHAED MAYNAED, gent. Vol. 488, No. 96. 

E. G-., 17 Jan. 8 Charles. Died 27 Oct. 7 Charles. 

Heir, son William, aged 4 months 7 days. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., near Townerow in Eotherfield, and another 
messuage, etc., in E., " Streteland " and other lands in E., late lands 
of Nicholas and Thomas Aderoll, deceased, and lands late of John 
Stapley and Nicholas Stapley, deceased, and of Eichd. Stanley, 
also " Sunt " in Mayfield, and lands in M. bought of Thos. Peckham. 
Mary, widow of E. M., survives. 

707. 

EICHAED MAYNAED. Vol. 622, No. 26. 

Busted, 10 Aug. 18 Charles. Died 13 May last at Mayfield. 

Heir, eldest son John, aged 10 years and 5 months. 

Lands. Manor of Pennybridge alias Betersden in Mayfield, and 
tithes on said demesne land and Pennybridge Common alias Penny- 
bridge wood, land in M. and messuage and marshland called 
" Seyviers " and " Nenfolds " in Pevensey, and " Mables," " Masons," 
marshland in Pevensey and Westham. Eichard Maynard is younger son, 
now living, Bridget his widow is living at Mayfield, Frances M., widow 
of Wm. M., deceased, father of E. M., is entitled to dower out of 
premises. 

708. 

THOMAS MEEEE, gent. Vol. 24, fo. 172, Wards and Liveries Series. 

E. G-., 22 Aug. 39 Eliz. Died 2 April 39 Eliz. at Westham. 

Heir, son John Meere, aged 20 years 3 months. 

Lands. Capital messuage and lands called " Grlyndley " and 
" Sheppham," other messuages and lands in Westham, etc., "Eeeders" 
at Eickney, marsh at Eickney called "Eickney" and "Eushbrooke," 
etc., one messuage and lauds called " Aderyes " in Haylesham at 
Moorebrooke, lands bought of Edmund Wade, "the Hooke" in West- 
ham, " Masons " at Haukhain in Westham. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 155 

709. 

WILLIAM MELLERSHE. Vol. 739, No. 50. 

E. Gr., 2 Oct. 15 Charles. Died 18 March 13 Charles. 

Heir, eldest son "William, aged 10 years. 

Lands. " Nappers " in Wolavington, " Obernes " in Farnehurst, 
and " Eedingham " and a cottage called " Hownley " in Farnehurst, 
and a cottage in Ambersham. 

710. 

JOHN MTCHELL of Cuckfield, gent. Vol. 85, N"o. 30. 

Steyning, 14 Nov. 1 Edw. VI. Died 15 Oct. 38 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Edmund Michell, aged 38, and married 9 Dec. 
25 Henry VIII. to Joan Hensley. 

Lands. Manor of Othale. John Michell his father made his will 
22 Dec. 16 Hen. VIII. (1524), and died 1 Feb. 16 Hen. VIII. (1525). 
Manor of Tyes and Okendenes, etc. 

711. 

ROGER MICHELL of Henfield. Vol. 275, No. 290. 

E. GK, 23 May 18 Eliz. Died 5 April 18 Bliz. at Henfield. 

Heir, son Roger, aged 16 on 18 April last. 

Lands. Manor of Wantley, and on 4 April 18 Eliz. made will at 
Hen He Id and left my brother (Thomas) Bishop pe (esq.) and my 
brother (John) Comber (gent.) executors to deal with the manor for 
benefit of his son and heir. 

712. 

THOMAS MTCHELL, late of Eudgwick, gent. Vol. 235, No. 88. 

Mydhurst, 19 April 35 Eliz. Died 21 Jan. last. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 24 and more. 

Lands. Thomas, Lord Buckhurst, on 28 April 15 Eliz. leased 
Rectory and tithes of Groring to T. M. for unexpired portion of lease to 
Anthony Ludgater, dated 2 May 5 Eliz., for 41 years. T. M. bought 
reversion and sold to Thomas Churchar of Inner Temple messuage and 
laud in Goring, late John Bennett's, " Skelshouse Croft," watermill 
called " Ho rsham Myle," "Grroveland" and other lands in Horsham. 
Henry Strudwick and Joan his wife 10 April 16 Eliz. sold " Servells 
alias Estlands " to T. M., who on 10 Oct. 24 Eliz. assigned it to his 
brother John Michell to his (T. M.'s) use. 

713. 

JOHN MICHELL, yeo. Vol. 236, No. 84. 
Petworth, 7 June 35 Eliz. Died 2 March 35 Eliz. 
Heir, son John M., aged 16 on 22 Feb. last. 
Lands. "Thetchars alias Cockes " in Warnham. 

714. 

JOHN MTCHELL (MICHELL), yeo. Vol. 291, No. 69, and Vol. 394, 
No. 35. 

Horsham, 11 March 3 James. Died 20 Dec. last. 
Heir, son John, aged 4 years and more. 



156 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. " Thetchers alias Cockes," " Thelland," " Denny mede," 
" Nashland," " Chickens," " Sladeland," " Northeland alias Brockers," 
and " Gylles," all in Warnhain, " le Upper Toate " in Hitchingfield." 
J. M. made will 20 Dec. 1605 sons John and James daughter 
Anne. Jane, widow of J. M., remarried John Warden before 26 Oct. 
20 James. 

715. 

JOHN MICHELL. Vol. 295, No. 23. 
E. Or., 3 June 5 James. Died (date not given). 
Heir, son Henry Michell, aged 27 and more at father's death. 
Lands. Messuage and land called " Holcombes" in Cuckfield, and 
land in Clayton formerly part of the possessions of John de Stuttaford. 

716. 

JOHN MICHELL of Stamerham in Horsham, esq. Vol. 325, No. 193. 

Horsham, 15 March 8 James. Died 16 Nov. last, s.p. 

Heir, cousin Eoger Michell, gent., aged 35 years and more. 

Lands. Capital messuage called " Stammerham " in Horsham and 
Hitchingfield, " Jupps alias Sexteyns," " Feists " and " Brights alias 
Stedmans" and " Heaths," "le Sparr " in Horsham, capital messuage 
in Warnham, " Cooks " in Slinfold, " Bosses " in Hitchingfield, lands 
in Sutton, co. Surrey, 3 messuages in St. Mary Spitle, London. Made 
will 16 Nov. last, quoted. 

717. 

HENRY MICHELL. Vol. 338, No. 38. 

E. GK, last June 11 James. Died 20 Nov. 38 Eliz. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 21 on 1 Aug. last. 

Lands. Messuage called " Clarkes alias Bakers," " Powkhill alias 
Powcrofts," and "Ashfolds," with appurts. in Rusper, land called 
" Bonewyks " in Rusper. 

718. 

JOHN MICHELL. Vol. 355, No. 66. 

Petworth, 10 Dec. 14 James. Died 6 July 13 James at Cowfold. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 2 months 20 days. 

Lands. Property in Portslade, Aldrington, and Cowfold. Joyce 
his widow claims dower. 

719. 

RICHARD MICHELL of Henfield, yeo. Vol. 365, No. 141. 

Petworth, 1 Aug. 15 Jas. Died 3 June last. 

Heir, son Thomas M., aged 2 years on 20 Oct. last. 

Lands called "Nymans" in Henfield, "Little Woollis" in Ashurst, 
" Estrich " in West Grinstead, " Bullock lands " and " Wistons 
Gardens " in Cowfold, other lands in Henfield, Woodmancoat, Tar- 
ring, Salvington, Thakeham, and Chiltington. Made will 20 April 
last sister Joane brother-in-law Thomas Greenfield and .... 
Constable. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 157 

720. 

THOMAS MICHELL, deceased, son and heir of John Michell, deceased. 
Vol. 447, No. 52. 

Shoreham, 2 June 5 Charles. Died 2 May last, a minor. 

Heir, cousin Thomas Michel!, son and heir of Eichard M., deceased, 
brother of aforesaid John Michell, deceased, father of T. M., aged 
14 years 6 months 4 days, in ward to King. 

Lands. T. M., while in minority and in ward to King, was seized 
of messuage, etc., in Portslade called "Testers alias Anstye," "Lamp- 
land" in Aldrington in parish of Portslade, "Wilcocks " and "Buck- 
hatch" in Cowfold, cottage, etc., in C., and "Trenchmers" in Cowfold. 

721. 

BOGEB MICHELL, gent. Vol. 456, No. 64. 

E. G., 25 May 6 Charles. Died 15 March last, 

Heir, son John Michell, aged 8 years 1 month 24 days. 

Lands. "Fieldplace" in Warnham, "Cookes" in Slinfould, and 
by deed 18 Jan. 17 James for love to Mary his wife and his issue 
granted to Walter Cole and Wm. Cole, gents., to stand seized of them for 
himself and Mary his wife during their lives, and after for their issue 
male, remainder to Elizabeth, wife of Henry Marden, eldest daughter 
of E. M., Margaret Michell, Mary M., Susanna M., and Mary M., 
daughters of E. M. E. M. also seized of " Basses alias Walfords " in 
Hitchingfield, and by deed 21 March 19 James let it to Henry Cole, 
gent., also " Stedmans " in "Warnham. 

722. 

EDWABD MICHELL, esq. Vol. 743, No. 14. 

E. G., 27 May 16 Chas. Died 5 Oct. last. 

Heir, son Theobald M., aged 30 and more. 

Lands called " Groveland," " Burlescroft," " Stedmaus," and 
"Britts" in Horsham, "Bennetts," " Sarehagers," "le Mount," 
" Westons," and " Hills " in Itchingfield. On 26 May 3 Chas. settled 
above on marriage of Theobald M. his son and Anne, eldest daughter 
of Henry Goring, esq., and also same date settled " Stamerham," 
"Cadmans," "Masters," "Sparre," "Maries" in Horsham, and other 
properties in Horsham, Itchingfield, and Shipley on himself for life, 
with remainder to (1) Theobald M. his son and heir, (2) Edward 
Michell his 2nd son, (3) John Michell his 3rd son. 

723. 

THEOBALD MICHELL, esq. Vol. 605, No. 10. 

E. G., 10 Jan. 17 Chas. Died 15 Oct. last. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 7 years 11 months. 

Lands. Edward Michell, father of T. M., on 26 May 3 Chas. on 
the marriage of T. M. his son and heir with Ann, now living, eldest 
daughter of Henry Goring, esq., settled on them and their heirs (with 
remainder to Edward M., brother of T. M.) " Groveland," " Barles- 



158 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

croft," "Stedmans," "Byrts," and other lands in Horsham, "Bennetts," 
" Sarehagers," "le Mount," "Westens," and "Hills" in Hitchingfield, 
and afterwards died. T. M. also seized of " Masters," " Sparre," 
" Maries," and other lands in Horsham, Hitchingfield, and Shipley, 
"Carpenters," " Ford," "Badfield," and "le Almeshouses" in Horsham, 
"Eiddens," " le Chauntreyfield," "Series," and "Bangers" in 
Horsham, Warnham, Hitchingfield, and Shipley, capital messuage and 
lands called " Stamerham " in Horsham, " Stydalis alias Stydolphes " 
and " Wilderness " in Scale and Sevenoaks, co. Kent, lands in Kemsing. 

724. 

THOMAS MICHELBOBNE of Winchester, esq. Vol. 200, No. 47. 

Brightelmston, 3 April 25 Eliz. Died at the manor of Otterburne 
29 Dec. 

Heir, son Laurence, aged 19 on 18 July last. 

Lands. Manor of Bonesmersh alias Popesmersh in Iden, Playden, 
Peasmarsh, and Rye, moiety of manor of Horsey, lands in Pevensey and 
Westham, " Nalderet " and " Parks " in Cuckfield, manor of Pekes in 
Brighthelmstone, " Scripses " in Ardingly, watermill in Balcombe, etc. 

723. 

EICHABD MICHELBOENE of Horsted Keynes, gent. Vol. 217, 
No. 125. 

E. G-., 3 Dec. 28 Eliz. Died at Horsted Keynes 29 April 25 Eliz. 

Heir, son Eichard Michelborne, aged 39 years and more. 

Lands and messuages in Harting, West Harting, Eogate, and 
Terwike, and tithes in Keymer settled . . Oct. 5 Eliz. on the marriage 
of his son and heir Eichard Michelborne with Agnes Turke, both now 
living at Horsted Keynes, also reversion of moiety of the manor of 
Horsted Keynes and Brodhurst after the death of Drew Barrantyne, 
esq. By his will dated 27 May 21 Eliz. he bequeathed the remainder 
of these premises to Eichard Michelborne, son of Eichard Michelborne, 
his son also seized of '"Clarkes" in Worth, E. Gr., and West Hoathly, 
which he left to Ann Beard for her life, nlso seized of " Freckbarrow," 
"Bedells," " Fetherells," " Tankersbridge," "Fyvians,' '" Agnesales," 
and " Dymokes " and other lands in Ditchling, and tithes in Ditch- 
ling, etc. 

726. 

JAKE MICHELBOENE, one of the daughters of Thomas Parson of 
Steyning. Vol. 212, No. 1. 

Lewes, 6 Sept. 29 Eliz. Died last of March 16 Eliz. at Clayton. 

Heir, son Edward Michelborne, aged 25 at Inq. 

Lands. Seized of " Bydlyngton barn " and property in Bramber, 
she married Edward Michelborne of Clayton, gent., and had divers 
sons, and died, and afterwards Edward M. died 19 May 29 Eliz. at 
Clayton. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 159 

727. 

EICHARD MYTCHELBORNE, esq. Vol. 301, No. 83. 

E. G., 22 March 5 James. Died 17 Oct. 5 Jatnes. 

Heir, son Richard M., knt., aged 36 and more. 

Lands. Capital messuage and lands called " Freekbarrowe " in 
Ditchling, other lands called " Beadells," " Fetherells," " Fivians," 
" Tankarsbridge," " Agnesales," " Dymocks," and other lands in 
Ditchling. 

728. 

EDWARD MICHELBORNE, knt. Vol. 314, No. 111. 

Arundel, 5 April 8 Jas. Died 27 April 7 Jas. 

Heir, son Edward Michelborne, esq., aged 21 and more. 

Lands. "Hammonds" in Clayton, "Higgadens" in Keymer, 
" Petlandes " in Cuckfield, manor of Peuhurst in Penhurst, moiety of 
lands in Horseye in Pevensey, lands in Wartling and Felpham. 

729. 

BICHARD MICHELBORNE, knt. Vol. 743, No. 13. 

Lewes, 21 Aug. 15 Chas. Died 6 Sept. 14 Chas. 

Heir, 1 son William Michelborne, aged 26 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Horsted-Keynes-Brodhurst, Oldens, and 
Stanmer alias Audwicke in Stanmer, hundred of Dane hill, Horsted, 
portion of tithes of Ditchling and many (named) lands in D. On 
29 July 7 Chas. on marriage of William M. his son and heir with 
Anne, only daughter of Laurence Ashburnham, esq., settled jointure 
on his wife Lady Cordell M., with remainder to them. 

730. 

ARTHUR MIDDLETON, gent. Vol. 568, No. 124. 

E. G., 15 Jan. 14 Charles. Died 10 Nov. last. 

Heir, son Francis M., aged 17 years 7 months. 

Lands. John INliddleton, esq., father of A. M., was seized of land at 
Guildford alias E. Guildeford, and levied fine Hilary 17 James to use of 
A. M. for life, then to Anne M., A. M.'s wife, then to A. M.'s heirs and 
assigns. A. M. Mich. 6 Chas. settled on himself for life, then on Anne 
his wife, then on Arthur Middleton their 2nd son, remainder to Thomas 
M. their 3rd son, remainder to Edward M. their 4th son. A. M. seized 
of messuage called "Bakers" in Hamsey and St. John's, Lewes, "Beles 
Hawe " in H., and by fine Trinity 6 Chas. conveyed as above to self and 
wife, remainder to Francis M., son and heir and heirs male, remainder 
to Arthur M., 2nd son, and heirs male, remainder to right heirs of 
Francis M. A. M. also seized of two-thirds manor of Burnigfeld 
in Dunsfold, Awfold, and Chiddingfold, co. Surrey, conveyed to 
self for life, then half to Thomas M. 3rd son, heirs male, remainder to 
Francis M., son and heir, and heirs male, remainder Arthur M., 2nd 
son, remainder Edward M., 4th son, half to Edward, remainder to 
Francis, remainder to Arthur, remainder to Thomas. Anne the widow, 
Thomas, Arthur, and Edward also survive. Francis Derehaugh sold 
manors of Gedgrave, co. Suffolk, 1 Oct. 13 James, to A. M. 



160 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

731. 

JOHN MIDDLETON, esq. Vol. 595, No. 103. 

E. G., 2 Oct. 15 Chas. Died 17 July 1636. 

Heir, son Thomas M., esq., aged 30 and more at his father's death. 

Lands. Manor of Prestwood in Ifeild, and " Prestwood Common," 
land in Ifield, " Gotweeke farm" in Eusper, "Hills" and "Delvefield" 
in Horsham, and a chapel to same messuage belonging, " Langhurst 
"Wood" and " Shortisfield" in Horsham, " Calshotts," "Mansills," and 
" Cockerells " in Horsham, Chauntry lands in Warnbam, and " Fur- 
niggs " in Warnham. 

732. 

EICHABD MIDDLETON, gent. Vol. 618, No. 17. 

Horsham, 21 April 18 Charles. Died 8 Nov. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 18 years. 

Lands. " Sherlockes " and " Waterb ridges " in Cranley, co. 
Surrey, and " Cranley Forge," and by deed 23 Sept. 18 James 
enfeoffed Eobert Eversfield and John Clowser to use of E. M., then 
to use of Elizabeth E., only daughter and heir apparent of Eobert E., 
for jointure, remainder their heirs male. R. M. married said Eliz. E. 
John Clowser and Eichd. Clowser his son and heir cdnveyed 
" Tyckfold" and "Eidgebrook" in Warnham to E. M. Eobt. Eversfield 
seized of " Lynkers" in Horsham, and on 10 Aug. 1629 made will 
left to Mary his wife for life, after to Ed. and Eliz. M. E. M. made will 
13 Feb. 15 Chas. Elizabeth the widow survives. 

733. 

JOHN MYDMOBE. Vol. 651, No. 147. 

E. G., 26 July 14 James. Died 29 March last at Chiddingly. 

Heir, son Ellis Midmore, aged 9 years and more. 

Lands. " Bannesters " and " Tutsomes " in Chiddingly; also 
"Saly," " Breachcroft," " Bromefeld," " Longread," and " Welland " 
in Chiddingly, etc. 

734. 

WILLIAM MILL. Vol. 11, No. 115. 

Proof of age. Thursday, 9 March 12 Hen. VII., William Mill, son 
and heir of Eichard Mill, was born at Pulborough on feast of 
St. George, which fell on 23 April 13 Edw. IV., and was bap. in the 
baptistry of parish church of Pulborough. 

735. 

EICHAED MILL. Vol. 23, No. 185. 

Crawley, 3 Aug. 16 Hen. VII. Died Monday in Easter week 
16 Edw. IV. 

Heir, son William Mill, an idiot, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Manor of W(alderton, see next Inq.), half manor of 
Pulborough, le Mote, etc., in P. conveyed 28 Jan. 12 Edw. IV. to 
trustees to raise 140 for Elizabeth, daughter and executrix of Maud 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 161 

Mill and wife of "William Essex, 20 for Thomas Combe, esq., and 
100 marks for the marriage of Anne Mill his daughter, now living. 
On the same day E. M. also settled the manor of Mundeham, 
" Palmers," " Combes," and " Floodes " in Findon, and " Copden " in 
Sullington on Margaret his wife for life. 

736. 

EICHARD MTLL, gent. Vol. 15, No. 94. 

Petworth, 29 Oct. 17 Hen. VII. Died 18 April 16 Edw. IV. 

Heir, son William, aged 6 at his father's death and now aged 30 
and more, an idiot and of weak mind from birth. 

Lands. Half manor of Pulborough and capital messuage and lands 
called " le Mote," etc., in P., " Cobden," also watermill in Sullyngton, 
manors of Mundeham and "Walderton, "Palmers," etc., in Fyndon, 
messuage and land in Hunston. Thos. Combes and John Apsley, 
executors of will of E. M., have received rents and profits till 19 Nov. 
13 Hen. VII. Wm. Myll expelled John Dawtrey from and has some 
lands in Oving, whether justly or unjustly jurors do not know. 

737. 

THOMAS MTLL, late of Grethara, gent. Vol. 66, No. 69. 

Chichester, 9 Sept. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 27 Aug. 32 Hen. VIII. 
at Gretham. 

Heir, son Eichard Mill, aged 7 years and more, but not 8. 

Lands. William Myll, father of T. M., was seized of " Thomas- 
land," " Willards," and " le Mylhowse " in Pulborough, " Todhurst " 
in Chyltyngton, " Lanars " in Eugewyke. and land in Storryngton, 
and by deed 12 Dec. 26 Hen. VIII. enfeoffed trustees in them to use 
of T. M. and Elizabeth Furlongar, whom T. M. intended to marry, 
longer liver, remainder to T. M.'s right heirs, and after T. M. married 
Eliz. F. at Gretham, and after T. M. died. Elizabeth survived him and 
is living at G. T. M. was seized of half manor of Gretham and lands 
called " Scotenham " in Petworth and Sutton, property in Chichester 
and Wygynholte, " le Swylde " in Pulborough, " Pelvellys " in Kird- 
ford, " Pettesfold " in Kirdford, and other lands. Made will 26 Aug. 
1540 left Elizabeth his wife his house until son was of age. 

738. 

EICHABD MILL or MTLLES, gent. Vol. 175, No. 73, and Vol. 183, 
No. 74. 

Horsham, 15 June 18 Eliz. Died 16 June 18 Eliz. 

Heir, son William Myll, aged 6 years 10 months 24 days at Inq. 

Lands. " Thomsland," " Willardes," " Milhowse " in Pulborough, 
"Todhurst" in Chiltington, "Lanars" in Eudgwick, half the manor 
of Gretham, other lands in Gretham, Pulborough, and Kirdford. 
Made will lands in default of heirs male to brother Thomas Myll 
my three daughters Anna, Mary, and Mary (sic}, minors Margaret 
my wife sole executrix. Will dated 17 Feb. 9 Eliz. 

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162 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

739. 

WILLIAM A. MTLL, sen., late of Horsted Keynes, yeo. Vol. 277, 
No. 112. 

E. G., 4 Dec. 30 Eliz. Died 24 Dec. 28 Eliz. 

Heir, son "William Myll, aged 40 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and yard land called by several names of 
"Townehowee " and "le Hame " in Horsted Keynes and common of 
pasture for all beasts at all times of the year at Chelworth Common, 
granted, to him by Drew Barentyne as of manor of Horsted Keynes. 

740. 

EGBERT A'MiLL. Vol. 292, No. 161. 

E. G., 21 Jan. 4 James. Died 24 June 1598. 

Heir, son Bobert, aged 14 or thereabouts at Inq. 

Lands in Hailsham and Wartling left to Eobert his son and heirs, 
remainder to Eichard his bro., remainder to John his bro., remainder 
to Wm. his bro. Dorothy Amyll his mother deceased. 

741. 

WILLIAM MILLS, esq. Vol. 456, No. 73. 

Shoreham, 10 March 5 Charles. Died 18 Sept. last. 

Heir, son Thomas Mill, aged 24 and more. 

Lands. " Thomas lands " in Pulborough, " Millplace " in P., 
" Knowles " in Kirdford, half manor of Greatbam and advowson of 
Wiggenholt cum Greatham, " Barnfield " in Pulborough, etc. By deed 
14 June 5 Charles in consideration of marriage between Thomas Mill 
his son and heir apparent and Dorothy, daughter of Ealph Cowper, 
esq., made settlement. Made will 10 Sept. last. 

742. 

JOAN MILLS, widow of Henry Mills. Vol. 581, No. 137. 

Petworth, 19 March 14 Chas. Died 23 NOT. 6 Chas. at Wis- 
borough Green. 

Heir, son John Mylles, aged 5 months 2 days at her death. 

Lands. Seized in her own right of one-fifth " Birchetts " and 
" Saunders " in Wisborough Green, of one-fifth " Williams " in 
W. G. 

743. 

EDWABD MILLS. Vol. 593, No. 5. 

Chichester, 23 Sept. 16 Chas. Died 28 March 16 Chas. at Loxwood. 

Heir, son John Mills, aged 23 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and land called "Bruhurst" and "Millhook" 
at Loxwood in Wisborough Green, also " Ashfold " at Loxwood, 
and half farm of " Lighe " in Pulborough. 

744. 

EDWAED MILLWABD of Pevensey, gent. Vol. 730, No. 79. 
E. G., 23 March 14 Chas. Died 2 Feb. 17 James at Pevensey. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 163 

Heir, brother John Millward, gent., aged 21 and more. 
Lands. Messuage, barn, etc., and land in Pevensey, also a cottage 
and marsh at Chilley Green in Pevensey and marsh land in ditto. 

SAMUEL MITTELL. See JEBMAN. Vol. 566, No. 3. 



745. 

JOHN MONKE, gent. Vol. 247, No. 49. 

E. G., 24 Nov. 38 Eliz. Died 6 April last at Ashington. 

Heir, son John, aged 17. 

Lands. "Glovers" in Cowtham in Storrington, "Marlis" in West 
Grinstead, " Heighf oldes " and " Tanhowse " in Ashington, and the 
reversion after death of Agnes Monke, widow, his mother, of " Stone- 
lands" in Ashington, also lands in parish of Ham, "Colmans" in 
Eustington. 

746. 

JOHN MONKE, esq. Vol. 701, No. 7. 

Petworth, 25 Aug. 16 Chas. Died last April 15 Chas. 

Coheirs, granddaughters Jane Monke, aged 17 years, and Anne, 
aged 15 years and 6 months, i.e., daughters and coheirs of John 
Monke, deceased, eldest son of J. M. 

Lands. "Stoneland," " Heighfields," and other lands in Ashington, 
" Mansels Meade " in Ashington and Washington, " Beggred " in 
Wiston, and by deed 17 Oct. 15 James leased to Henry Hobbs of 
Arundel, gent., and Jane his wife for their lives, remainder to said 
J. M., and conveyed reversion Michs. 10 Chas. to trustees for himself 
for life, then to raise 400 for board and education of Jane Monke 
and Anne Monke, daughters of John Monke, deceased, his eldest son, 
with remainder to William Monke his 4th son, remainder to Henry M. 
his 3rd son, remainder to John Monke, son Nicholas M., gent., his 2nd 
son, remainder to Nicholas M., and remainder to right heirs of J. M. 
J. M. also seized of " Shellemead " in W^igenholt, "Staffold Mead" in 
Coulham, and of and in the manor of Wigenholt, " Horsebridge " in 
Pulborough, and in Octave Purification B.V.M. 4 Chas. on marriage 
between said Nicholas Monke his 2nd son and Margaret, daughter of 
William Mill, esq., settled on them and their heirs male, remainder to 
heirs male of J. M., remainder to John M. his eldest son, remainder 
to son Henry, remainder to son William. Henry Hobbs and Jane his 
wife are living. 

747. 

ANTHONY MOOEET. Vol. 279, No. 447. 
E. G-., 28 July 44 Eliz. Died 17 May 42 Eliz. 
Heir, son John, aged 15 years. 

Lands. Tenement and land in Birdham. Made will 16 May 
42 Eliz., and gave to Anthony Moorey his second son. 

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164 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

748. 

JOHN MOOBEY. Vol. 291, No. 10. 
E. G., 15 April 4 James. Died 3 Dec. last. 
Heir, son John, aged 30 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Manor of St. Cleres alias Clares in Westborne, messuage 
and land in Chudham, and "Berks alias Hill" in "West Ashling. 

749. 

JOHN MOBEY, late of Eartham, husbandman. Vol. 409, No. 154. 
E. G., 21 Jan. 4 James. Died 18 March 17 Eliz. (? 37 Eliz.). 
Heir, son Thomas Morey, now aged 21 and more, and at his father's 
death aged 16 years on 29 June after his death. 

Lands. Messuage and 2 virgates called " Bowdens " in Eartham. 

750. 

JOHN MORE. Vol. 71, No. 104. 

Lewes, 12 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Died 16 April 34 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Walter, aged 21 and more. 

Lands. Messuage, barn, and land in Strete called " Gurds," land 
in Cuckfield called " Perkers," mess, and land in Wivelsfield called 
" the Morefields," " Peperesgarden," and "Pylstyes" in Wivelsfield. 
Made will 1 March 1540 left " Gurds " in Stret which he bought of 
Thos. Chatfield of Dechenyng to Thomas his son, but Benett his wife 
to have room there. 

751. 

EBANCIS MOBE, gent. Vol. 379, No. 93. 

E. G., 14 June 18 James. Died 10 Sept. 15 James. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 27 and more at Inq. 

Lands. "Parkers" in Cuckfield, and a capital messuage and 
land in Wivelsfield called " le Morehowse," messuage and land called 
" Stonnlyngs " in Wivelsfield, " Haywards " in W., " Haselholte alias 
Standen," messuage and land in Picombe, tithes of Wivelsfield, " Lord- 
ings " in Billingshurst, and land called " le Frith " in Pulborough. 

752. 

EGBERT MOBLET, esq. Vol. 31, No. 98. 
Lewes, 24 Sept. 8 Hen. VIII. Died 25 April last. 
Heir, grandson Thomas, son of Thomas, son of E. M., aged 2f 
years and more. 

Lands. Manors of Glynde and Beynden Magna. 

753. 

EOBEBT MOBLET, esq. Vol. 33, No. 89. 

Lewes, 8 Oct. 10 Hen. VIII. Died 1 March 6 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, Thomas Morley, son of Thomas Morley, is cousin and heir of 
E. M., esq., aged 5 years and not more, and in wardship of Godard 
Oxenbrigge, knt. 

Lands. Held no lands in capite. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 165 

754. 

THOMAS MORLET, esq. Vol. 124, No. 160. 

Lewes, 6 Oct. 1 Eliz. Died 9 Jan. 1559. 

Heir, son William Morley, aged 28. 

Lands. Manors of G-lynde, Great Bayndon, Little Bayndon, 
Hawkisdene and Moseham, " Stonehurst " in Heathfield, " Carleham," 
" "Winters " and " Chilhope " in Mayfield. Made settlement on 
26 March I Mary on himself, Elizabeth his wife, who survives, William 
his son and heir and his heirs male, with remainders to Anthony 2nd, 
John 3rd, Thomas 4th, Edward 5th and Ralph 6th sons successively, 
and remainder to the male heirs of his (T. M.'s) grandfather. 

755. 

WILLIAM MORLEY, esq. Vol. 253, No. 98. 

E. GK, 6 March 40 Eliz. Died 24 Nov. last. 

Heir, son Herbert, aged 35 years and more. 

Lands. " Bainden," " Higham," " Hawkesden," " Carleham," 
"Barnes," "Moseham," " Beddingham," "G-lyne." W. M. about 24 Sept. 
12 Eliz. married Margaret Roberts, daughter of Wm. Roberts, esq. 
Premises then settled to use of Herbert Morley, son of W. M. and his 
heirs, remainder to heirs male of Thomas Morley, then deceased, father 
of W. M. On 15 June 27 Eliz. Herbert Morley married Dorothy, 
daughter of Edmund Downinge of London, gent. W. M. also had 
besides Herbert other sons, Anthony and Eobert, and a cousin, John 
Morley of London, gent. 

756. 

HARBERT MORLET, esq. Vol. 325, No. 184. 

E. GK, 14 March 8 James. Died 15 Oct. last. 

Coheirs, daughters Margaret, aged 14 years 26 days, and Chrisogon, 
aged 12 years 1 month 7 days at father's death. 

Lands. William Morley, father of H. M., seized of manor of 
Bayenden in Mayfield, etc. On 24 Sept. 12 Eliz. enfeoffed trustees to 
use of self and Margaret Roberts for life, and after for H. M. and heirs 
male, remainder to William Morley and heirs male, remainder to heirs 
male of Thos. M., father of William. H. M. married Dorothy 
Downing, daughter of Edmund Downing, gent. Anthony M. and 
Robert M., sons of William, and William's cousin John M. of London. 
Margaret M. and Chrisogon M., daughters of H. M. H. M. made will 
11 Sept. 1606 wife Anne brothers Robert, Anthony uncle in law 
Sir Marmaduke Darrell my nephew Hayes. 

757. 

EDWARD MORLET, knt. Vol. 388, No. 76. 
Horsham, 9 Aug. 19 James. Died 13 May 18 James. 
Heir, son John Morley, esq., aged 14 and more at Inq. 
Lands. Rectory of Rottingden, tithes of Tellescombe, " Durford 
Mills " in Rogate, messuage and lands in Harting. 



166 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

758. 

JOHN MORLEY, knt. Vol. 399, No. 156. 

Petworth, 3 April 21 Jas. Died 21 Nov. last. 

Heir, son William, aged 16 years 9 months 18 days. 

Lands. Manor of East Lavant alias Lavant, lands in Tangmer, East 
Hampnett, Eartham, Selsey, Clapham, Alfriston and Boxgrave alias 
Boxgrove and Leigh farm in Pulborough. On 10 June 18 Jas. made 
settlements on William his son and heir, remainder to Elizabeth his 
daughter, wife of Sir Thomas Puckering, knt. and bart., remainder to 
John Morley, esq., son and heir of Edward M., knt., deceased, brother 
of J. M., remainder to William Morley, esq., brother of said J. M.,for 
life, remainder to John M., eldest, then to Edward M., 2nd son of 
William M. J. M. also seized of manors of West Lavant, Boxgrove, 
and Halnaker alias Half naked. Made will 10 June 18 James son-in- 
law Sir Thomas Puckering, knt. and bart. 

759. 

ANTHONY MORLEY, esq. Vol. 422, No. 27. 

New Shoreham, 11 Oct. 1 Charles. Died 16 July last at Gflynde. 

Heir, only brother Robert Morley, aged 48 years, living at G-lynde. 

Lands. Herbert Morley, esq., seized of manors of Combes and 
Beddingham alias Berringham, settled them on Anne, then his wife, 
for life, as jointure, remainder to William Morley, esq., father of 
H. M. for life, remainder to H. M. and heirs male, remainder to said 
A. M., 2nd son of William M. and heirs male, remainder to Robert 
Morley, 3rd son of Wm. M. and heirs male, remainder to right heirs 
of Wm. Morley. Wm. Morley and Herbert M. died in lifetime of 
Anne M. without heirs male, and after on 26 Sept. 22 James said Anne 
died, when A. M. entered. A. M. seized of messuage and land called 
" Bosts " and " Crekden " in Grlynde and Ringmere, etc. 

760. 

ROBERT MORLEY. esq. Vol. 488, No. 92. 

E. GK, 17 Jan. 8 Charles. Died 22 Dec. last. 

Heir, son Herbert, aged 16 years 6 months. 

Lands. Manor of Bayenden alias Great Bayeuden in Mayfield, 
other lands in Mayfield and elsewhere, manor of Grlynde, and on 
15 May 12 James in consideration of marriage between himself and 
Susanna Hodgson settled them, after settled other lands on William 
Morley his 2nd son, on 2nd April last. 

761. 

LADY ELIZABETH MOBTON. Vol. 436, No. 37. 

Petworth, 7 Aug. 3 Chas. Died 29 Dec. last. 

Heir, only brother Edward Apsley, aged 22 and more at her death. 

Lands. Watermill and land in Worminghurst. 



StfSSE INQUISITIONS. 167 

762. 

ANTHONY BROWNE, K.GK, VISCOUNT MOUNT AGUE. Vol. 235, 
No. 110. 

19 April 35 Eliz. Died 19 Oct. last. 

Heir, grandson Anthony, now viscount, viz., son and heir of Anthony, 
son and heir of A. B., aged 19 on 1 Feb. last. 

Long Inq. and long will, quoted ; brothers Wm. Browne and Henry 
Bro\vne grandchild Anthony B. and his brothers John and William B. 



763. 

WILLIAM MUSCHAMPE, gent. Vol. 67, No. 124. 

Lewes, 4 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Ralph Muscharape, aged 33 and more. 

Lands in East G-rinstead granted to him and his wife Agnes by 
Bartholomew Harman and Nicholas Egerton, with remainder to 
William Muschampe, one of his sons. 

764. 

CHRISTOPHER MYNSHALLE, clerk. Vol. 350, No. 12. 

Horsham, 5 April 13 James. Died 19 December last. 

Heir, son Christopher, aged 7 years 10 months. 

Lands. Messuage and barns, etc., meadow land, pasture, arable, 
and wood and heath in West Qrinstead called ..." Brokewood 
Hawe " . . . . land in Findon, land in Q-oring called the Sowth part 
of the great potells (?), and a tenement and land called " Sopers " in 
Pulborough. 

765. 

JOHN NALDRETT of Ruggewyke. Vol. 85, No. 41. 

Petworth, 29 Aug. 1 Edw. VI. Died 19 Oct. 38 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John Naldrett, senior, aged 44 and more. 

Lands. " Naldretts " in Ruggewyke, lands in Billinghurst, Wis- 
borough Green, Kirdeford, Petworth, Horsham. He married Eleanor, 
daughter and heiress of Henry Berkeley of Petworth, and had issue 
John N., and she died. John, her husband, survived. John N., a younger 
son of said J. N. (viz., J. N. had two sons, both named John). 



766. 

RICHARD NALDRETT. Vol. 278, No. 238, Vol. 302, No. 106, and 
Vol. 340, No. 203. 

E. GK, 3 Nov. 38 Eliz. Died 16 May last. 

Heir, son John, aged 16 on 8 June last. 

Lands. " Naldrett's house and Naldrett's lands " in Rudgwick, 
" Tylbyes " and " Corstronge " in Wisborough Green, and " Kirdford," 
" Beddelsham " and " Naldrett's Field " in Billingshurst, etc., " Egden." 



168 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

767. 

JOHN NALDEETT, yeo. Vol. 364, No. 10. 
E. Gr., 5 Nov. 15 James. Died 8 August last at Rudgwick. 
Heir, brother George, aged 11 years 1 month 25 days. 
Lands. Messuage and lands in Slinfold called "Violetts." 

768. 

WILLIAM NAPPEE. Vol. 375, No. 17. 

Petvvorth, 5 March 16 Jas. Died 1 Jan. last. 

Heir, son William, aged 4. 

Lands. Henry Napper, father of W. N., on 1 Oct. 11 Jas. on the 
marriage of W. N. with Alice, daughter of William Mose, settled an 
annuity out of the capital messuage and lands called " Dunhurst " in 
West Grinstead on them. Henry Napper his father and Alice N. his 
widow survive. 

769. 

THOMAS NAPPEE. Vol. 500, No. 28. 

E. GK, 16 Jan. 9 Chas. Died 30 Aug. last. 

Heir, son Thomas N., aged 9 years 8 months 2 weeks. 

Lands called " Blackatrodes in Southwater" in Horsham settled 
29 Dec. 5 Chas. on himself, Anne his wife (now dead) and his heirs. 
Had issue Thomas N., Henry N., Anne N., and Mary N. " Chose 
alias Choles " in Rusper. By will 16 Aug. last left " Blackstrodes " 
to son Henry. 

770. 

EDWABD NATELET, gent. Vol. 267, Nos. 93 and 98. 

E. GK, 23 March 44 Eliz. Died 29 Oct at Crowhurst. 

Heir, son Anselm, aged 12 on 6 April last before his death. 
Lands in Hollington, Crowherst, Battle, Bexhill and Wartling. 
Made will 29 Oct. last son Anselme. 

771. 

JOHN NEWMAN, late of Pagham, yeo. Vol. 234, No. 27. 
Midhurst, 20 April 35 Eliz. Died 22 March last. 
Heir, son John Newman, jun., aged 12 on 26 July last. 
Lands. Manor of Walderton, lands in Harting and Pagham and 
messuage, etc., in Tortington. 

772. 

WILLIAM NEWMAN, gent. Vol. 425, No. 58. 

E. GK, 13 April 2 Chas. Died 28 Feb. 22 Jas. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth, aged 4 years 6 months and more at 
Inq., and Timothy, born 16 Sept. last. 

Lands called " Searelands," " Cookes," " Averyes," " Wades Land " 
and "Swynes" in Hailsham, and "GKoreland" in Westham. Anne 
his widow survives. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 169 

773. 

THOMAS NEWNAM. Vol. 568, No. 111. 

Arundel, 17 May 14 Charles. Died 5 April last. 

Coheirs, daughters Sarah, aged 4 years 3 months 20 days, Joan, 
aged 1 year 10 months 3 days. 

Lands. " Little Blackhill," " Oyes," " Fardinghalls," "Great 
Blackhills," " Davy Hutchins," " Wickham," " Smiths lands " ia Lind- 
field, 2 messuages, " Sedgbrooke " and " Woodlands " in Plumpton, 
' Pett Croft," " Squire Croft " and lands in Wivelsfield, " Hogestrood " 
in Hodely, " Kaffinch Croft " in Haylsham, " Native Mersh " and " le 
Squiers Croft " in Pemsey, etc. On 21 Jan. last made will and divided 
property between Sarah Newnam eldest and Joan N. 2nd daughter, and 
made Mary his wife executrix if both daughters die Thos. Pelland, 
John P. and Margaret P. to have Sarah's share, and sister Katherine 
Jenner and her heirs to have Joan's share. 

774. 

JOHN NEWNAM. Vol. 699, No. 115. 

E. G., 2 Oct. 15 Chas. Died 13 Sept. 1633. 

Coheirs, sisters Jane Whitebread, now wife of Francis Whitebread, 
aged 40, Margaret Vynall, now wife of Eichard Falconer, aged 30 and 
more, and Mary, wife of John Dyne, now deceased. 

Linda. "Plomerden" in Lindfield. On 7 Sept. 1633 made will 
Jane Whitebread my eldest sister Edward Whitebread her eldest son 
Fraucis, Thomas and Elizabeth W. her 3 younger children 
Margaret Vynall my sister Thomas V., Mary V. and Agnes V. her 
children Mary Newnam my youngest sister to said John Vynall, 
my sister's son, all my lands after wife's decease to wife Christian 
lands called " Plomerden," paying sister Mary Newnam 20s. a year. 

775. 

WILLIAM NEWTON, gent. Vol. 595, No. 99, and Vol. 593, No. 20. 
E. G., 25 Oct. 15 Chas. Died last May 14 Chas. 
Heir, son Francis, aged 30 years and more. 
Lands in Wivelsfield. 

776. 

HENBT NICHOLAS. Vol. 326, No. 60. 

E. G., 15 July 10 James. Died 1 Jan. 38 Eliz. 

Coheirs, daughters Margaret, now wife of Kichard Holney, then 
aged 6 years, and Bridget, now wife of William Wyatt, then aged 
3 years. 

Lands." Fenns," " Burchfield " and " Fletchers," aU in Worth. 

777. 

THOMAS NICHOLAS of Worth, yeo. Vol. 681, No. 57. 
E. G., 23 March 10 James. Died 2 April 1596. 
Heir, son William N. of Worth, yeo., of full age at his death, and 
now aged 50 years. 



170 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. " Swetes alias Whitmays alias Swetmays " and lands 
belonging in Worth, " Sandhills," " Birds " and " Birds Mead," " Le 
Fight" and " Squire Croft " in Worth,. 

778. 

AGNES, DUCHESS or NORFOLK, widow. Vol. 69, No. 192. 

Steyning, 17 Aug. 35 Hen. VIII. 

Jurors say she was attainted of high treason by Parliament 26 Jan. 
33 Hen. VIII. She was seized for life of manors of Horshain, Shore- 
ham, Grrensted, Forest of St. Leonard, manor of Kingsbarne, castle 
of Bramber, manors of Chesworth, Knappe, Wassington, Bedyng, 
Beaubusshe Park, with reversion to Thomas, now Duke of Norfolk, and 
his heirs. And the king had authority by the attainder to seize these 
manors, etc., into his own hands during said Duchess's life for himself, 
his heirs and successors did so. Duchess held no other lands in 
Sussex. 

779. 

HENRY, EARL or NORTHUMBERLAND. Vol. 5, No. 99. 

Inq., 26 April 5 Hen. VII. Died 28 April 4 Hen. VII. 

Heir, son Henry, now earl, aged 12 on 14 Jan. last. 

Lands. Manors of Ponynges, Hangleton, Wyksande, Michell 
Perching, Little Perching, Pyngedene or Pengeden, Preston Ponynges, 
Waldernes, Heryngawes or Heryngawaes, Ashcombe, Petteworth, 
Heskett, Duncton and Sutton. 

780. 

JOAN DUDLEY, widow, late DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND. 
Vol. 104, No. 77. 

Lewes, 27 April 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. Died 15 Jan. 1 and 2 
Philip and Mary. 

Heir. No heir because eldest son Ambrose was attainted. 

Lands. Moiety of lands, etc., late belonging to Thomas West, 
knt., Lord La Warr, her uncle q.v. Will quoted sons Ambrose, 
Henry and Robert Dudley daughter Kateryn, Lady Hastings son, 
Sir Henry Sydney lord John Greyes wife, my coseu myne uncle 
the late (lord .... of Hallsowen) son Ambrose's wife my cosens 
Thomas Dudley, Sir John G-uldeford, James Gage brother Sir 
Francis Jobson and my sister his wife brother Sir Androwe Dudley 
daughters Mary and Kateryu. 

781. 

HENRY, late EARL OF NORTHUMBERLAND. Vol. 483, No. 87. 

Petworth, 14 Jan. 8 Charles. Died 6 Nov. last. 

Heir, son Aulgernowne, now Earl of Northumberland, aged 30 and 
more. 

Lands in Petworth, Pagam, Egsdene, Fittleworth, Tilliugton, etc., 
manors of Syon, Isleworth, etc, many counties, York, etc. , etc. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 1?1 

782. 

JOAN No WELL, late the wife of Thomas Bowyer, esq., deceased. 
Vol. 187, No. 62. 

Steyning, 3 Oct. 21 Eliz. Died 3 Aug. 21 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas Bowyer, son of Thomas Bowyer, deceased, aged 
21 years 8 months 16 days at his father's death, and at death of J. N. 
42 years 7 months 3 days. 

Lands. Manor, rectory and tithes of Rongeton otherwise Rounton 
or Rornton, manor of Northmundhani, rectories of Northmundham and 
Hunston, and tithes of Offham granted by King Henry VIII. to 
Thomas Bowyer and Joan his wife 21 April 31 Hen. VIII. and 2 L April 
35 Hen. VIII. Joan, widow of Thomas Bowyer, married Alexander 
Nowell on 29 Aug. 2 Eliz. 

783. 

BICHABD NYE. Vol. 175, No. 83. 
Lewes, 16 June 18 Eliz. Died 14 Feb. 1576. 
Heir, son Henry Nye, aged 31. 

Lands. Manors of Poling and Knepp alias Knapp and certain 
(named) lands, but parish not specified. 

784. 

THOMAS OLIVER, gent. Vol. 701, No. 1. 

Pulborough, 29 Dec. 22 Charles. Died 16 Feb. 1(545. 

Heir, son Thomas O., aged 10 months and 5 days. 

Lands. Thomas Oliver, sen., father of T. O., seized of manors 
of Amyes and Levetts and pasturage and land in Westferle, on 
20 May 18 Charles on marriage between T. O. and Mary Mattock, 
youngest daughter of Walter Mattock of Storrington, clerk, conveyed 
said premises to T. 0. for life, after to Mary for life, then to their 
heirs, remainder to right heirs of T. O., jun. The marriage was after- 
wards solemnized. T. O. also seized of manor of Preston Poynings 
and on 24 Dec. 1645 settled on John Oliver, his only brother, if he 
(T. O.) die s.p., and on 28 Jan. 1645 made last will my daughter 
Mary, my cosen Edward Tray ton of Lewes, gent. Thomas Oliver my 
son John Oliver my brother Uncle Ambrose Tray ton, gent. 

785. 

OWEN ONLYE, esq. Vol. 226, No. 121, and Vol. 238, No. 11. 

Horsham, 5 Nov. 32 Eliz. Died 10 Oct. last. 

Heir, son William Onlye, gent., aged 2 years on 17 December last. 

Lands. -Manor of Pulborough. Will of Thomas Onlye, esq., of 
Pulborough, father of 0. 0., dated 20 June 1559, left manor 
to ex'ors for 20 years, then to Thomas O., son and heir to 
Thomas O. my son, remainder to Owin O. my son, remainder to 
Henry O. my son, remainder to my cosyn .... Onlye, son and 
heir of Thomas O., esq., late of London, late one of the under- 
sheriffes to my son Owyn O. " Bowstockes " and " Tydinglye " in 



172 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Pulborough, remainder to Thos. (s. Thos.), remainder to Henry 0., 
remainder . . . . O. as above. Jurors say that Thomas, the heir and 
grandson, died at Petworth 1 Aug. 1 Eliz., after which Owen seized to 
himself and heirs male. 

786. 

WILLIAM ONLEY, gent. Vol. 324, No. 147. 

E. OK, 1 Nov. 9 James. Jurors say W. 0. is a lunatic and has 
been so 17 months 20 days. 

Heir, only sister Elizabeth Barnard, wife of Thomas B., aged 
24 years. 

Lands. Half manor of Pulborough and " Bostocks " in Pul- 
borough, and personal property ; inventory attached. 

787. 

WILLIAM ONSTYE alias HOLCOMBE. Vol. 232, No. 4. 
Horsham, 12 May 34 Eliz. Died 3 March last. 
Heir, son G-errard O. alias H., aged 40 years. 

Lands and tenements in Cuckfield called " Handlighe alias Honley " 
and " Westfeeld alias Rowsefield." 

788. 

JOHN OSBORNE of West Wittering, yeo. Vol. 324, No. 118. 

E. GK, 22 May 9 James. Died 15 Jan. 35 Eliz. 

Heir, son John, now aged 37 years 10 months and not more. 

Lands. Manor of Thurlwood Coals in West Wittering, " Paynes " 
in Birdham, and other lauds. Made will 10 Jan. 35 Eliz. left 
" Paynes " to younger son William. 

789. 

GODABD OXENBRIGGE, knt. Vol. 52, No. 116. 

Lewes, 6 Oct. 23 Hen. VIII. Died 24 May last. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas, aged 30. 

Lands. Will quoted Dame Anne my wife to have for life 
certain lands mention of " Rofet. my sonne " theym that my Doughters 
be maried ex'ors to pay William my son 20 marks yerely trustees 
seized of property to use of Godard Oxenbrigge, knt., for life and then 
to use of Thomas O., esq., son of GK 0. and Elizabeth his first wife, 
one of daughters and heirs of Thos. Echyngham, knt., deceased. William 
and Robert, each of the other sons, were over 21. 

790. 

THOMAS OXENBRIDGE, esq. Vol. 62, No. 28. 

Etchingham, 15 July 32 Hen. VIII. Died 28 March last. 

Coheirs, Elizabeth O., aged 11 and more at Inq., daughter of T. 0. 
and Elizabeth his first wife, Andrew O., aged 5 and more at Inq., son of 
T. O. and Faith his 2nd wife. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 173 

Lands. Manors of Etchingham and Salehurst settled by his father, 
Sir Godard 0., knt., on T. O.'s marriage with Elizabeth, daughter of Sir 
George Puttenham, knt., manors of Mountfield and Glotyngham and 
lands in Salehurst, Crowhurst and Bright ling settled on T. O.'s 
marriage with Faith, daughter of Richard Devenish, esq., manor of 
Gilles and lands in Burwash. Faith, his widow, survives at Hechenden, 
Bucks. 

791. 

WILLIAM PAGE. Vol. 159, No. 66. 
Steyning, 3 Nov. 13 Eliz. Died 25 Oct. 13 Eliz. 
Coheirs, daughters Agnes, aged 21 on 26 March last, Elizabeth, 
aged 6 on 4 June last, and Jane, aged 1 year 9 months 10 days at Inq. 
Lands in Ertham. 

792. 

EDMUND PAGE. Vol. 341, No. 71. 

Inquisition, 7 May 12 James. Died 1 June last at Buxted. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 14 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Property in Buxted and Mayfield. Will quoted wife 
Joane. 

793. 

NICHOLAS PAGE, gent. Vol. 518, No. 69. 

Lewes, 18 March 10 Charles. Died 20 March 7 Charles. 

Heir, son Edward P., aged 24 and more. 

Lands. Manor and capital messuage of " Raymonds " in Worthing 
in Broadwater. Made will 9 Feb. 1629, wife Anne, son Nicholas 
Anne, wife of Wm. Cooper, my daughter Edward P. my son Eleanor, 
wife of John Newman, my daughter sons Clement P. and John P. 
daughter Joane Harte, widow. 

794. 

THOMAS PAGE. Vol. 579, No. 72. 
E. G., 2 Oct. 15 Charles. Died 24 July 11 Charles. 
Heir, son Richard, aged 15 years. 10 months 10 days. 
Lands in Blachington, near Seaford. 

795. 

JOHN PAGE, gent. Vol. 752, No. 205. 

Petworth, 22 March 17 Chas. Died 17 Sept. 17 Chas. 

Heir, son Richard Page (age not known). 

Lands. " Ichenor Farme " in West Ichenor and a free fishery 
there, " Broomehills " and " Collins Croft " in Boseham, and property 
in Petworth. 

796. 

JOHN PAYNE. Vol. 191, No. 80. 

E. G., 21 March 22 Eliz. Died 19 Jan. 22 Eliz. 

Heir, brother Edward Payne, aged 40, 



174 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands called " Gaynesfords," " Conny clappers," " Lanefeld," 
settled 12 June 14 Eliz. on Mary his wife for life, " Tannershyll," 
" Palmers," " Stonefield," etc., all in East Grinstead. Made will 
12 Dec. 22 Eliz. Roger Hayte my cousin George Payne, son of rny 
brother Edward P. and made Edward son of Edward Payne his 
brother his executor. 

797. 

JOHN PAYNE of Horsted Keynes, husbandman. Vol. 279, No. 373. 
Arundel, 4 Aug. 40 Ehz. Died 7 June last. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 40 and more. 

Lands. Seized of messuage, barn, garden and lands in Horsted 
Kevnes called " Crowchehouse alias Crowerchers." 



798. 

HENRY PAYNE, yeo., of West Hothly. Vol. 311, No. 108. 

E. G., 1 June 7 James. Died 10 Sept. 1608 at Ditchling. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 19 years 1 month 14 days. 

Lands. " Ludwells," "Busses" and "Butchers " in W. Hothly, 
cottage in Ditchling. Made will 5 Sept. 6 James to wife Dorothy 
"Ludwells" for life, paying son Henry 3 a year at 21 other 
property and lands called " Parkgate" in Ditchling to be sold for 
benefit of 5 younger sons and daughter Elizabeth. 



799. 

JOHN PAINE. Vol. 338, No. 39. 

E. G., 7 Oct. 11 James. Died 21 May 1602. 

Heir, son Thomas Paine, aged 12 years 3 months 20 days at Inq. 

Lands. " Stoneland" and " Breaches " in West Hoathly. 



800. 

THOMAS PAYNE of Horsted Keynes, yeo. Vol. 355, No. 19. 
E. G., 26 July 14 James. Died 13 May last. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 6 years 9 months, not more. 
Lands. " Crouche house alias Crouchers " in Horsted Keynes. 
Eleanor his widow survives at Horsted Keynes. 

801. 

JOHN PAYNE. Vol. 413, No. 148. 

E. G., 28 July 16 James. Died 22 May 15 James at Selmeston. 

Heir, son John, aged 5 years 8 months 19 days. 

Lands. A messuage in which he dwelt and lands belonging in 
Selmeston and a field called " Lostefield " in S., late parcel of manor 
of Sherington. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 175 

802. 

JOHN PAYNE. Vol. 595, No. 98. 

E. G-., 1 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 22 May 15 James at Selmeston. 
Heir, son John, aged 5 years 8 months and 19 days. 
Lands. Messuage in which he dwelt in Selmiston and a field called 
" Lostfeld " in S., late parcel of manor of Sherington. 

803. 

EDWARD PALMEH. Vol. 33, No. 81. 

Slawgham, 4 Nov. 10 Hen. VIII. Died 25 July 8 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John, aged 21 years. 

Lands. Manor of "West Angmering and lands in East Angmering, 
Goring, Polyng granted to feoffees. Made will 23 July 8 Hen. VIII. 
feoffees to " hold to use of Alice Palmer my wife for life and after 
for myn heire." 

804. 

ROBERT PALMER, esq., cit. and mercer of London. Vol. 70, No. 46. 

Lewes, 7 Oct. 36 Hen. VIII. Died 13 May last. 

Heir, son Thos. P., aged 24 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Kynston-Wycke, Perham, Wiggenholt and 
Gretham. Made will nephew John P., esq. son-in-law John Carell, 
esq. Thos. Goodman, mercer, Francis Lambert and Ralph Foxley, 
trustees for charity for poor of Perham Bryggett my late wife. 
R. P. married Blanche Reynolds, widow, who survives. Manors in 
Preston, Cowden, and Goring settled on her for life. 

805. 

JOHN PALMEE, esq. Vol. 137, No. 50, and Vol. 140, No. 180. 

Arundel, 25 Feb. 5 Eliz. Died 7 Jan. 1563. 

Heir, son Thomas Palmer, aged 20 years 2 months 17 days at Inq. 

Lands. Manor of Eglesden in Eglesden and West Angmering, 
manors of Wiggenholt, Littlehampton, Tottington, Peppering and 
Hadfold, lands in Lyminster, Burpham, Billingshurst, Slinfold, 
Pulborough, etc. 

806. 

THOMAS PALMER, knt. Vol. 197, No. 60. 

Horsham, 7 June 24 Eliz. Died 14 April 24 Eliz. 

Heir, son William Palmer, aged 28. 

Lands. Manors of Kyngston-Wyke, Parham, Wygenholt, Gret- 
harn, Bargham alias Barffham, Preston, Donington alias Donghton, 
Bronsberyes and Maryngden, "Oversfold alias Orfolde " in Pul- 
borough, and Billingshurst and lands in Lymyster. On 24 Feb. 
23 Eliz. made will at Parham and left all to his son William and his 
heirs, wife to enjoy them for life if son Wm. died without heirs. Lady 
Catherine, the widow, is still living at Parham. 



176 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

807. 

WILLIAM PALMER, esq. Vol. 214, No. 234. 

Arundel, .... Feb. 28 (? 29) Eliz. Died 24 Dec. 1586 at Parham. 

Heir, son Thos. P., aged 12 on 24 June last. 

Lands. Manors of Kingston Weeke, Parham Weggenholt, Gret- 
ham, Bargham, Preston, Donyngton, etc., etc., and made will 23 Dec. 
1586 to Thos. P. son and heir, a minor wife Elizth. 

808. 

THOMAS PALMER, knt. Vol. 295, No. 55. 
E. G., 3 June 5 James (jque plura). See No. 806. 
Seized of free chapel of Kingston and land in Kingston, free 
chapel in Preston. 

809. 

JOHN PALMER. Vol. 595, No. 101. 

Petworth, 19 March 14 Chas. Died 28 Dec. last. 

Heir, eldest son John, aged 28. 

Lands. Messuage and pasture called " Deddes " in Stoughton, 
and made will last of Nov. last and gave to William Palmer his 
2nd son. 

810. 

THOMAS PAYNETT. Vol. 158, No. 34. 
Steyning, 3 Nov. 13 Eliz. Died 13 Oct. 13 Eliz. 
Heir, son Edward Paynett, aged 14. 
Lands in Goring. 

811. 

EDWARD PANNETT. Vol. 278, No. 197. 

Arundel, 9 April 37 Eliz. Died 13 June 36 Eliz. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 11 years. 

Lands. Messuage and land in Goring, and on 18 May 1594 made 
will at Goring 2 parts of his land to be for bringing up of Jane, his 
daughter, and Anthonie, Richard and John his sons. 

812. 

HENRY PANNETT of Goring, yeo. Vol. 355, No. 32. 

Petworth, 20 Sept. 14 James. Died 27 March 12 James. 

Heir, son John, aged 4 years 7 months 5 days. 

Lands. Messuage and lands in Goring and reversion after death 
of Alice, wife of John Whitgrove, relict of Edward Pannett, his father, 
of other property. 

813. 

JOHN PANNETT. Vol. 731, No. 127. 

Arundel, 14 Dec. 13 Charles. Died 11 Oct. last. 

Heir, only sister Elizabeth, wife of John Campion, aged 25 and more. 

Lands in Goring. 






SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 177 

814. 

JOHN PARHAM. Vol. 69, No. 226. 

Steyning, last Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 12 Dec. 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John, aged 6 years 2 months and more. 

Lands. Premises in Parham and Storrington. 

815. 

EICHARD PAEHAM of Storrington, yeo. Vol. 350, No. 50. 

Petworth, 5 Sept. 13 Jas. Died 10 April last. 

Heir, son John P., aged 8 years 6 months 6 days. 

Lands called " Parretts " in Storrington, and at High Crosse in 
Cootham in Storrington, other lands in Goring and Storrington. 
Made will 28 March last and left to Katherine his wife to bring up 
children. Katherine survives. 

816. 

JOHN PARKER, gent. Vol. 71, No. 105. 

Lewes, 11 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Died 20 Oct. 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 22. 

Lands in Eingmer and St. John's, Lewes. Made will 5 Oct. 1540 
and left to Edward P. his son and heir apparent, remainder Thomas, 
younger son of said J. P., remainder son Richard, remainder son John, 
remainder to three daughters, Anne, Mary, Katherine. 

817. 

JOHN PARKER, esq. Vol. 114, No. 25. 

Lewes, 12 July 4 and 5 Philip and Mary. Died 9 Nov. 4 and 
5 Philip and Mary. 

Heir, son Thomas Parker, senior, aged 30 years and more. 

Lands at Batton, Willingdon, etc., to Thomas Parker, gent., son 
and heir, and Eleanor his wife Nicholas and John, their sons, 
remainder to Edward, son of J. P. Thomas P , junr., another son of 
said J. P., remainder to Elizabeth Gage, daughter of J. P., remainder 
to right heirs of J. P. Jane, wife of J. P. 

818. 

NICHOLAS PARKER, knt. Vol. 380, No. 124. 

Petworth, last Aug. 18 James. Died 9 March last. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas Parker, knt.. aged 24 years 7 months and 
more at Inq. 

Lands. Manor of Jevington and advowson of Rectory, " Hidney 
Court " in Willingdon, manors of Eatton, Eatton Harwards and 
Hame in Willingdon, Jeviugton and Eastbourne and "le Knowle 
de Hidney " in Willingdon, manors of Hidney and Ponts. By 
deed 24 Nov. 16 James in consideration of marriage between 
Thos. P., his eldest son and heir, and Philadelphia Lennard, sister of 
Lord Dacre, settled to use of himself for life of T. P. and after for use 
of Philadelphia for jointure, after to self, then heirs of Thomas and 
Philadelphia, remainder to his (Nicholas) heirs. They were married at 
St. Giles without Cripplegate, 

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178 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

819. 

THOMAS PARSON, yeo. Vol. 148, No. 7. 

Cuckfield, (date omitted) 10 Eliz. Died 28 Oct. 7 Eliz. 

Coheirs, daughters Jane, wife of Edward Michelborne, aged 26 on 
the feast of SS. Simon and Jude last, and Dorothy Parson, aged 11 
on All Saints Day last. 

Lands. Farm of " Bidlington " and other lands in Bramber and 
lands at Wickham in Steyning. Will dated 8 Aug. 1565 leaves two- 
thirds to Agnes his wife for life, and certain lands called " Hurrockes " 
to John Nye his sister's son, and leaves the remainder of his lands, 
should his daughters die without heirs male, to his cousin Edward 
Parson. Agnes his widow is still living at Steyning unmarried. 

820. 

EDWABD PARSON of Billingshurst, yeo. Vol. 304, No. 21, and 
Vol. 301, No. 5. 

Horsham, 15 March 5 James. Died 2 Feb. last. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 8 on 7 Feb. last. 

Lands." Peppers," " Westhunts alias Thornefields," " Beedes " 
and " Chewetts " in Ashurst and West Grinstead. By deed 26 May 
5 James granted to Jeremy Woodman of Billingshurst for self for life, 
and after for son Edward Parson, junior. 

821. 

BARNARD PARSON. Vol. 388, No. 22. 

Petworth, last Aug. 18 James. Died 23 March 1617. 

Coheirs, daughters Margaret Parson, aged 11 years 2 months 4 days, 
and Elizabeth Parson, aged 2 years 10 months. 

Lands in Bramber, " Brooklauds " in Buttolphs, cottage and croft in 
Steyning, and by will 15 March 1617 left "Brooke" in Bramber to his 
daughter Margaret after decease of her mother house and croft in S. 
to poor of S. Catherine the widow, now wife of Thomas Watersfield, 
survives. 

822. 

JOHN PATCHE. Vol. 99, No. 91. 

Steynyng, 27 Sept. 4 Edw. VI. Died 20 Oct. 35 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son George P., aged 13 and more at Inq. 

Lands. Messuage and lands in Shipley. 

823. 

JOHN PATCHINGS. Vol. 92, No. 96. 

Horsham, 30 March 4 Edward VI. 

Elizabeth Michell, widow, mother of J. P., at his attainder 
was seized of " Delfeld," " Stoners," " Shortesfeld," " Durrants," and 
".Cokks " in Horsham, " Redfeld " in Southwater, in occupation 
of Agnes Patching, late wife of J. P., barn in Southwater, shop in 
Horsham, "Tickefeld" and "Ridgbroke" in Warnham, "Moses" 
in Rusper, " Coptehall garden " in Horsham, " Cokks " in Slinfold, 
" Brydles " in North heath, Horsham. J. P. was attainted of high 
treason 2 Dec. last ; lands in occupation of tenants. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 1?9 

824. 

EICHAHD PATCHING of Horsham, yeo. Vol. 152, No. 148. 

E. GK, 22 Oct. 11 Eliz. Died 27 April 10 Eliz. 

Coheirs, daughters Margaret, aged 8 years 11 months 30 days, 
Emma, aged 6 years and 8 months, and Margery, aged 4 years 7 months. 

Lands in Southwater and Horsham (named). Margaret Patching, 
widow, mother of E. P., was also seized of other lands in Southwater 
and Horsham for life, with remainder to E. P., and died after E. P. 
and before Inq., viz., 1st of present Oct. Will mentions brothers 
Thomas, John, "William and Harry, and wife Margery. 

825. 

THOMAS PATCHING. Vol. 324, No. 132. 

E. G., 22 May 9 James. Died 17 Dec. last. 

Heir, son Thomas, will be 9 years old on 27 May next. 

Lands. "Eysebarne," "Hantbulls," "Wellers" and " Griggs " in 
Horsham. Will 9 Dec. last left to Anne his wife until son Thomas 
is 21, remainder to daughter Lucy. 

826. 

WILLIAM PAY. Vol. 67, No. 133. 

Chichester, 2 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 26 March 30 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, son William, aged 16 years 14 days. 

Lands in Bosham, Stoke and Ashurst (mentions Joan, widow of 
William Pay, sen.). 

827. 

WILLIAM PATE, gent. Vol. 253, No. 93. 

E. G., 9 Aug. 40 Eliz. 

Jurors say W. P. seized of manor of Upmerdon, premises in West- 
merden, etc. W. P. the father, Henry P., John P. and Wm. P., the 
sons. W. P., the father, in writ named dead .... Henry P. is son 
and heir, aged 30 and more. Long remainders give Eichd. P., son and 
heir apparent of John Paye ; Wm. P., one of the other sons of said 
John Paye ; John Paye, 3rd son of said John Paye. 

828. 

ANNE PEACHTE, wid. Vol. 631, No. 39. 
New Shorehatn, 9 Aug. 3 Chas. Died 2 Jan. last. 
Heir, son Eichard Peachye, aged 18 years 8 months. 
Lands. Messuage and lands in Earthatn. 

829. 

JOHN PEACHET. Vol. 730, No. 65. 
Arundel, 17 May 14 Chas. Died 20 Sept. 12 Charles. 
Heir, eldest son William Peachey, aged 13 or thereabouts. 
Lands. A certain William Cavvley, gent., was seized of " Eopers " 
and "Woolliams" in Tangmer and Oving, and on 1 Jan. 2 Chas. 

N 2 



180 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

demised, granted and to farm let for 120 to J. P., by name of John 
Peachey of Colworth in Oving for 1000 years, paying yearly 72. 
J. P. on 5 Aug. 12 Chas. made will and left to his second son John 
Peachey. 

830. 

THOMAS PEAELT, yeo. Vol. 259, No. 80. 
Arundel, 4 Aug. 42 Eliz. Died 21 March 42 Eliz. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 30 and more. 
Laads in Madehurst and Lyminster. 

831. 

JOHN PECK, gent. Vol. 271, No. 155. 

Horsham, 1 June 44 Eliz. Died 11 March 44 Eliz. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 4 years 9 months and 21 days at Inq. 

Lands in Icklesham, and by Indenture dated 16 May 35 Eliz. 
between said J. P., Eobert Shepparde of Tenterden, Kent., gent., and 
Eliz. Tufton of Tenterden, widow, settled them in consideration of 
marriage between J. P. and E. T., which took place at Estling, co. Kent. 
John died, Eliz. survived and lives at Peasmarsh. Also seized of lands, 
etc., in "Winchelsea. By will dated 11 March 40 Eliz. left to wife 
Eliz. for life lands to son Henry, remainder to kinsman Ashburnham 
Pecke, remainder to Ashburnham, son of Ashburnham P. John P., 
2nd son Ashburnham P., next to kinsman Arthur Peck. 

832. 

GEORGE PECKHAM, yeo. Vol. 361, No. 126. 

E. G., 21 Jan. 14 James. Died 1 July 14 James. 

Heir, son William, aged 12. 

Lands. Manor of Bosneys in Saleherst, and " Eeedes alias 
Standeins " in S., land at Herst Green in S. John Burcombe was 
seized of land in Saleherst, and on 11 May 1614 enfeoffed G. P. and 
John Peckham, his son. J. P. still living. Silvester, the widow of 
G. P., and William, the son, living at Saleherst. 

833. 

HEKET PECKHAM gent. Vol. 355, No. 59. 
E. G., 21 Jan. 14 James. Died 1 Nov. last at Easthampnet. 
Heir, sou Henry, aged 22 years 7 months 26 days. 
Lands. Manor of Easthampnet. 

834. 

JOHN PECKHAM. Vol. 391, No. 90. 

Petworth, 27 March 20 Jas. Died at Framfield 10 Aug. 19 Jas. 

Heir, son John P., aged 18 years 4 months 22 days. 

Lands called " Smythes," " Barrants," "Mallands," "Webbs," the 
"Berecrofts," "Colmercrofts," "InfordaZms Weanelands," "Peckhay," 
" Brents," " Dickersfield," "The Grove," "TheEusshets " in Eipe, late 
the inheritance of Elizabeth his wife, who survives. John P., father of 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 181 

J. P., 9 Dec. 41 Eliz. settled " Peckhams " in Framfield on J. P. and 
Elizabeth his wife, with remainder to William P., 2nd son of John P., 
the father. 

835. 

LAWBENCE PEIECE. Vol. 405, No. 149. 

E. G., 22 Jan. 22 Jas. Died 7 Dec. last. 

Heir, son Thomas Peirce. aged 9 years 1 month 7 days. 

Lands called " Winstrells Wood" in Billingshurst, manors of Gotley 
in Northiam and Westfield in W., lordship called " Dekham," " Oke- 
ham," " Lording Street," "Selmiston," and manor of Knoll in Ewhurst, 
many other (named) lands in Westfield, Ore, Hastings, Northiam, 
Hollington, and lands in Tenterden and Biddenden, Kent. Made will 
22 Nov. last, and left two-thirds of lands to wife Katherine till son 
Thomas is 21 to provide portions for daughters. 

836. 

THOMAS PELHAM, esq. Vol. 31, No. 59. 

Lewes, 24 Sept. 8 Hen. VIII. Died 1 Feb. 7 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son William, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. William P., brother of T. P., seized of manors of Laughton, 
Colbons, and Burghershe, etc., and by charter gave to trustees to use 
of himself, and his last will. Manors should go to T. P. and his heirs, 
remainder to Katherine, Cicely and Joan, sisters of said William and 
Thomas, remainder to right heirs of Sir John P., father of Wm. and 
Thos. Wm. died 24 Feb. 18 Hen. VII. 

837. 

SIB NICHOLAS PELHAM, knt. Vol. 131, No. 169. 

Horsham, 10 Feb. 3 Eliz. Died 15 Sept. 2 Eliz. 

Heir, son John Pelham, esq., aged 23 years. 

Lands. Manors of Laughton, Burwash, Bevelham, Crowhurst and 
Colbrans otherwise Colbornes, Hundreds of Shiplake and Hawkes- 
borough, lands in Laughton, Ripe and Hartfield, rectory of Laughton, 
reversion of manor of Cowden after the death of Blanche Forman, 
widow, still living. Will dated 6 Feb. 1559 to wife Dame Anne 
manor of Colbornes and lands in Laughton and Ripe, annuity of 30 
and manor of Cowden and other lands to bring up Thomas Pelham, 
2nd son, and Robert Pelham, youngest son, until 18 to brother Edmund 
Pelham yearly rent of 8 marks from Laughton Rectory. Lady Anne 
Pelham is still living at Laughton. 

888. 

JOHN PELHAM, knt. Vol. 195, No. 119. 

Hailsham, 22 Nov. 23 Eliz. Died 12 Nov. 22 Eliz. 

Heir, son Oliver Pelham, aged 8 months 21 days. 

Lands. Manors of Burwash otherwise Burghersh, Laughton, 
Bevelham, Crowhurst, Colbrans alias Colbornes, Hundred of Hawkes- 
borowe, " Hallandes " in Hothly, rectory of Laughton, etc. On 1 May 



182 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

9 Eliz. portion of these settled on his marriage with Judith, daughter 
of Oliver Lord St. John of Bletshoe. Made will 28 July 22 Eliz. wife 
Judith son Oliver Pelham, brother Thomas Pelham overseers, brother- 
in law John St. John, uncle Sir Wm. Pelham, knt., cousin Herbert 
Pelham and brother Thomas Pelham. Lady Judith Pelham, his widow 
and executrix, is still living in the City of London. 

839. 

OLTTER PELHAM, esq. Vol. 206, No. 24. 

Lewes, 6 April 27 Eliz. Died Tuesday 19 Jan. last. 

Heir, uncle Thomas P., esq., viz., son of Nicholas P., knt., and 
brother of John P., knt., aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Laughton and Colbranes alias Colbournes, 
with the Hundred of Sheplake belonging to the manor of Laughton, 
" Westlulham " in Laughton and Ripe and Rectory of Laughton, also 
reversion after death of Dame Judith, widow of Sir John Pelham, 
knt., of manors of Burwash, Bevilham and Crowhurst with the 
Hundreds of Hawksborowe, Shosswell and Balslow, and of 
messuages and land, etc., in Hartfield, " Halland " in East Hoathly, 
which were settled by aforesaid Sir John Pelham, knt., 1 May 9 Eliz. 
on Judith for life Edward Pelham, esq., is seized of annual rent of 
5 6s. Sd. from Rectory of Laughton by concession of Nicholas P., knt., 
grandfather of O. P. and brother of said Edward Edmund Warde 
seized for life of annual rent of 5 from manor of Laughton by will 
of said Sir John P. dated 27 July 22 Eliz. Lady Judith P., Edward P. 
and Edmund W. still living. 

840. 

THOMAS PELHAM, bart. Vol. 417, No. 41. 

Lewes, 15 Sept. 1 Charles. Died 2 Dec. 22 James. 

Heir, son Thomas Pelham, now bart., aged 27 at his father's death. 

Lands. Manors of Laughton, Burwash, Bibleham, Crowhurst, 
Peplesham, Warlington, Dallington, Bishopston, Cowdeene, Merifield 
and Foxhunt, etc. 

841. 

THOMAS PELLOND. Vol. 87, No. 83. 

E. a., 27 Oct. 2 Edw. VI. Died 4 Jan. 37 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John P., aged 14 at his death, and now, viz., on 15 June 
last, was 17. 

Lands in Hellingly, " G-orelands " in "Westham and Willingdon, 
and lands in West Fyrles, " le Byrche " in Chiddingly, " Milwardes " in 
Rype. Made will 5 Feb. 1544, and left " Q-orelands " to his son 
Thomas, and lands in West Firle to son Edward. 

' 842. 

EDWARD PELLAND, yeo. Vol. 226, No. 158. 
Lewes, 6 Oct. 32 Eliz. Died 12 Dec. 30 Eliz. 
Heir, son Edward, aged 9 on 26 April last. 

Lands. " Plomerdeane " and " Northlands " in Lindfield and lands 
in Cuckfield and Firle. Had sons Edward and Thomas. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 183 

843. 

JOHN PELLAND. Vol. 264, No. 142. 

Horsham, 16 Dec. 43 Eliz. Died 19 Sept. 42 Eliz. 

Heir, son Edward Pellame, aged 32. 

Lands in Chiddingly, Hotheley, Eickington alias Rype, messuage 
in St. Pancras, one-third part advowson of Little Hampnet. 
Will dated 29 Aug. 1600 to Johan P., my wife, lands in Chitingley 
for life, remainder to William P., my youngest son to Thomas Pelland, 
my 2nd son, lauds in Hotheley to cosens Wm. Newton of Southover, 
gent., and John Pellande of Hamsey, yeo., remaining lands to sell to 
pay debts, and remainder to son Thomas. 

844. 

WILLIAM PELLETT, gent. Vol. 121, No. 158. 

Steyning, 29 April 1 Eliz. Died (date illegible). 

Heir, son (name missing), aged 25. 

Lands. Manor of Charleton in Steyning, advowson of S. mill, 
called West Mill, in Steyning, etc. 1 July 3 and 4 Philip and Mary 
obtained grant of reversion of the manors of Charleton and Ashurst 
and advowson of Steyning. 

845. 

RICHARD PELLETT, esq. Vol. 214, No. 222. 

Arundel, 27 Feb. 29 Eliz. Died 21 Jan. last at Steyning. 

Heir, son Benjamin P., aged 27 years. 

Lands. Seized of Manor of Charleton in Steyning alias Charleton 
Ashurst, and by deed between R. P., of one part, and Dorothy Lew- 
kener of Kingston Bowsey, widow, Edward L. of K. B., esq., and 
Thos. L. of same, gent., of other part, dated 3 Feb. 23 Eliz., in considera- 
tion of marriage between Benjamin Pellett, gent., son and heir apparent 
of R. P. and Dorothy Leukenor, one of the daughters of said Dorothy, 
conveyed manor to trustees to use of self (R. P.) for life, then to 
Benjamin for life, and after B. P. married said D. L. at K. B. 15 Feb. 
23 Eliz. 

846. 

THOMAS PELLETT, gent. Vol. 364, No. 50. 

Petworth, 1 April 15 James. Died 1 Jan. last at Bignor. 

Heir, son William Pellett, gent., aged 22 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Bignor Park " in Bignor, 
messuage called " le Blewe Lion " in Petworth, land in Maldon, co. 
Essex. 

847. 

SIB BENJAMIN PELLAT. Vol. 550, No. 90. 

E. a., 30 March 3 Chas. Died 26 Jan. last. 

Coheirs, granddaughters Anne Pellat, aged 18 and more, Rathe- 
riue, as;ed 16 arid more, and Rose, aged 13 years 4 months, daughters 
and coheirs of John Pellat, deceased, eldest son of Sir B. P. 

Lands. Manor of Trewly in Edburton, etc., and "Showlderns" 



184 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

in Edburton. On 1 Nov. 8 James by deed between himself and 
John P., esq., then his son, now deceased, and Anne, John P.'s wife, 
daughter of Thomas, Lord De la Warr, deceased, settled the property 
on them, and on 1 Nov. 1 Chas. said John Pellat died, and Anne survived 
him and remarried Christopher Swale, S.T.D., and is yet living. Anne, 
Katherine and Rose Pellat are daughters and coheirs of John P., 
deceased. B. P. also seized of manor of Bolney, and by deed 10 April 
2 Chas. between B. P. and Alice his wife and Sir Edward Culpeper, 
knt., now deceased, and William Culpeper, then esq., now bart., son 
and heir apparent of Edward C., in consideration of marriage between 
William C. and Jane Pellat, daughter of said B. P., settled it on them. 



848. 

ANTHONY PENFOLD. Vol. 379, No. 44. 
Petworth, 22 March 17 James. Died 1 May 4 James. 
Heir, son Richard, aged 7 and more at his father's death. 
Lands. Messuage and lands called " Eountaines " and messuage 
and lands called " Cratchings," both in Kirdford. 



849. 

JOHN PENFOLD, yeo. Vol. 567, No. 86. 

Petworth, 17 Jan. 14 Charles. Died last of August last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 1 .... years, under age. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Newbridge " in Pulborough, 
meadow called " Milton alias Hadfould " in Wisborough Grreen, 
cottage and lands called " Southeightou " in Billingshurst, " Bowses " 
and " Sompness " in Billingshurst and Pulborough. Margaret the 
widow survives at Petworth entitled to dower. 



850. 

THOMAS PENIALL. Vol. 289, No. 69. 

E. Gr., 10 Sept. 3 James. Died 19 May 3 Jas. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas, aged 15 years 8 months. 

Lands. Cottage and 2 gardens, " Wevers," " Little Keepland," 
and other lands in Wadhurst and Tisberst. Made will 22 Oct. 
2 James left to Eleanor, his mother, and David Peniall, his youngest 
son, certain lauds. 

851. 

JOHN COOPEE PENKEHUEST, gent. Vol. 470, No. 46. 

Shoreham, 6 Sept. 7 Charles. Died last Feb. 6 Charles at Mayfield. 

Heir, only son and heir Stephen, aged 2 years 4 days. 

Lands. " Pontes " in Heathfield, " Wrenham alias Southeye " in 
Bexhill," "Marlynes" and "Smyths" in Mayn'eld, "Shortlese" in 
Pevensey. Anna his widow survives at Mayfield. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 185 

852. 

EGBERT PERSEHAY, gent. Vol. 700, No. 146, and Vol. 581 > 
No. 136. 

Petworth, 20 Aug. 17 Chas. Died last Oct. 3 Chas. 

Heir, nephew Christopher, son and heir of Thomas P., esq., deceased, 
brother and heir of 11. P., aged 22 at death of his uncle. 

Lands in Midhurst, Warningcamp and Angmeriag. Anne, wife of 
Henry Johnson, gent., sister of R. P. Robert Johnson and Henry 
Johnson, sons of said Henry. 

853. 

JOHN PERYER. Vol. 85, No. 67. 

Petworth, 22 Sept. 1 Edw. VI. Died Passion Sunday 34 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John Peryer, aged 22. 

Lands in Wisboro Grene. 

854. 

JAMES PYCKAYES, gent. Vol. 228, No. 10. 
E. G., 6 Nov. 33 Eliz. Died 28 Jan. 32 Eliz. at Brambletye. 
Heir, son Drew Pyckayes, aged 27 and more. 
Lands. " Brambletye," " Perkers Crofte," " Jennepers " and 
" Portland " in E. G. 

855. 

RICHARD PYCOMBE of Cocking (called Richard Pickombe, gent., 
in writ). Vol. 324, No. 161. 

E. G., 22 May 9 James. Died 24 Dec. 40 Eliz. 

Heir, grandson Richard Pycouibe of Upmarden, viz., son and heir 
of Robert P., son and heir of R. P., now aged 23 years and 6 months, 
and aged 11 years 4 days at death of R. P. 

Lands. Messuages and lands in Portslade. Made will 14 Jan. 
1593 gave to Richard, George, Jone, Ann, Susan and Mary Pickham, 
sons and daughters of my son Robert Pickham, deceased my wife 
Jone Pickham Jone Pickham, my daughter-in-law, 10 a year. 
William Grey of Upmarden has received rents. 

856. 

EDWARD PYKE, gent. Vol. 341, No. 49, and Vol. 379, No. 34. 
E. G., 1 Nov. 12 James. Died 1 Dec. 4 Eliz. 
Heir, daughter Joan Long, widow, aged 8 years at father's death. 
Lands. Property in various counties. 

857. 

THOMAS PIKE. Vol. 579, No. 70. 

E. G., 1 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 16 Dec. 13 Charles at Rotherfield. 

Heir, only son Thomas P., aged 7 years 7 months. 

Lands. "Ovendens" tenement at Boreshead in Rotherfield. 
Made will 13 Dec. 13 Charles, and willed executrix, Alice his wife, to 
receive rents till son Thomas was 20. Alice survives. 



186 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 



858. 

EGBERT PYPEE. Vol. 67, No. 139. 

Battle, 8 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 8 June 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son James, aged 14 and more. 

Lands in Beekley. 

859. 

THOMAS PICKHAM, gent. Vol. 775, No. 32, and Vol. 77(5, No. 62. 

E. G., 20 May 21 Charles. Died 1 March 1639. 

Heir, Thomas Pickham, is cousin and heir, aged 12 years and 
6 months, viz., son and heir of Thomas P., deceased, son and heir of 
Thomas P., deceased, son and heir of Edward P., deceased, who was 
brother of Thomas P., father of T. P., in writ named. 

Lands. " G-rubbs " in Bolney, " Kiddens " and other lands in Cuck- 
field and Bolney. Made will 4 Feb. 1639 lands to Eichd. Harrison 
in trust for wife Susan, then for Henry West, eldest son of William 
West of Nuthurst kinsman Thomas Pickham of Nuthurst Stephen 
West, son of William West eldest son of John Pickham of Cuckfield. 
Susan, the widow, now wife of John Warden, survives. 



860. 

THOMAS PICKXOLD. Vol. 71, No. 125. 

Lewes, 12 Nov. 36 Hen. VIII. Died 16 March 35 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Eichard, aged 18 and more. 

Lands and messuage, etc., in Pyecombe called "Wylcombe," in 
Plompton called " Eyelonds," messuage and lands in Stanmer and land 
in Eottingdean. Made will 13 March 1543 left lands in Stanmer to 
son Henry, in Eottingdean to son Eobert. Ex'ors to receive rents 
till they are 21. Agnes P. is his widow and ex'trix. 



861. 

EDWAED PTERS. Vol. 67, No. 93, and Vol. 92, No. 95. 

Eobertsbridge, 17 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 12 March 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas Pyers, aged 6 years. 

Lands. Manors of Westfield and of G-otely, lands called " Okeham " 
and " Selmyston " in Ewhurst. Wife Margaret survives. Manor of 
Knoll in Ewhurst. 

862. 

THOMAS PIERS, esq. Vol. 292, No. 169. 

E. GK, 21 Aug. 4 James. Died 13 June last. 

Heir, only son Lawrence, aged 29 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Q-otley and Gralecourt in Northyham, West- 
field in Westfield, Gouldwell alias Hevenden in Biddenden and 
Tenterden, Kent, messuage called " Selmeston " in Ewhurst, lands in 
Ewhurst, Ore and Hastings. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 187 

863. 

JOHN POLHILL, gent. Vol. 333, No. 48. 

E. Gr Nov. 11 James. Died 10 Sept. last at Burwash. 

Heir, son John Polhill, aged 1 year 7 months 4 days. 

Lands. John Polhill, gent., father of J. P., was seized of manor 
and capital messuage of " Preston," co. Kent, " Northdewlands " in 
Shoreharn, co. Kent, and on 1 May 20 Eliz. married Eliz. Eowle at 
Burwash, co. Sussex, and on 29 Sept. 35 Eliz. granted an annuity of 
10 to Thomas Polhill of Shoreham aforesaid out of them for life, and 
on 24 Aug. 9 James he died at Burwash, and Eliz. his wife survived, 
and premises descended to J. P. J. P. seized of " Rackley " in 
Burwash and Ticehurst manor and capital messuage of " Frenches " in 
B., " Somersey," "Swadhurst," "Brecksmale meadow," " Knells " and 
" le Barrs " in Burwash, and 26 Nov. 2 James on his marriage with 
Eliz., daughter of Wm. Younge, gent., made a settlement. J. P. 
seized of other property in Burwash, and on 31 Aug. 11 James made 
will left Eliz. P., widow, his mother, 30 a year in lieu of dower from 
his father, and to Eliz. his wife 2 parts of his rents till John P. his son 
attained 21, when to him, with remainder to Edward P., Nicholas P., 
Henry P., Wm. P., Thos. P. and Eobert P. his (J.P.'s) brothers also 
to Amias Tillman, his uncle, annuity of 40s. Eliz. his widow entered 
on premises as dowry Eliz. P., widow of John P., the grandfather 
Eli/,., J. P.'s widow. Thomas Polhill and Amias Tillman, the uncle, 
are living at B. 

864. 

HENRY POLSTED, esq. Vol. 110, No. 139. 

Horsham, 13 Aug. 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. Died 10 Dec. 2 and 
3 Philip and Mary. 

Heir, son Richard P., aged 10 years and 7 months. 

Lands in Tapton, "Lepons" in Y., the Chantry of Pagam, water 
mill, etc., in P., Paternoster lond in Nytymber and Pagam, " Fuells 
alias Feynells" and " Chaldover," " Maldemaynes " in Alnewyk and 
Pagam, " Jenevers" and " Storyes Havyn " in P., " Brornecroft " and 
"Northwoods " inYapton and Pagam, and many other lands in Wyvelles- 
feld, Ovyngdeane, Mychyrige, Ifeld^ Itudgwyke, Wratlyng, etc. On 
1 Aug. 1555 made last will wife Alice, Kichard Polsted my son, 
nephew Anthony .... manor of Wightden-Kaylyf .... lands which 
were Elizabeth Elmes, widow my sister, daughter and heir of 
.... Packer and mother of said Anthony aforesaid Anthony Elmes. 
Alice, the widow, living at Aldebury. 

865. 

JOHN PORTER, cit. and fishmonger of London. Vol. 328, No. 166. 

E. G-., 25 Aug. 10 James. Died 23 May 10 James. 

Heir, brother William Porter, aged 70 and more. 

Lands. "Berghill" in Chittingleigh alias Cheddingly, " Eles- 
hersh alias Elserch," " le hode," "le holmes," " Pennland," 
" Dickerslands," " Bradmoor," " Little Moore " and " le Squire field," 
cottage and garden in All Saints', Stayning, London, and messuage in 



188 SUSSEX 1KQUISITIOKS. 

St. Olave's, Hart Street, London, wharf and crane at St. Dunstan's in 
the West. " Elseys," near Groddyn in Scale, and " Diggons " in Scale, 
co. Kent, etc., etc., many other lands in Sussex, Kent, London and 
Essex. On 13 July 1607 made will to brother William P. copyhold in 
Essex Nicholas Miller of Kemsing, freeholds in Kent and Essex 
Eichard Miller of Kemsing, freeholds in Sussex and copyholds in 
Chiddingly. 

866. 

JOHN POULET the elder, esq. Vol. 8, No. 71. 
Inquisition, 12 Nov. 8 Hen. VII. Died Friday after Michaelmas 
last. 

Heir, son John Poulet the younger, aged 32 and more. 
Lands. Manors of Barnham and Birdhain. 

867. 

ELIZABETH POWND, widow of John Pownd, knt. Vol. 26, No. 65. 

Arundel, 17 Oct. 3 Hen. VIII. Died 14 Aug. last. 

Heir, son William, aged 37 and more. 

Lands. John Pownd, knt., was seized of manors of Wyltyng and 
Holyngton, and by name of J. P., esq., on 20 July 12 Hen. VII. con- 
firmed to William Vuedall, John Dewnysh, knt., and others to use of 
said E. P. for life, and after for said John Pownd and his heirs, and 
after John Pownd died. Elizabeth held for life. 

868. 

WILLIAM POUNDE, esq., son and heir of John Pounde, knt. 
Vol. 43, No. 29. 

Midhurst, 29 Aug. 17 Hen. VIII. Died 5 July last. 

Heir, son Anthony P., aged 24 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Wyltyng and Holyngton surrendered 3 April 
9 Hen. VIII. to uses of his last will. By will left them to Edburga nis 
wife for life as long as unmarried, and after to William Pounde his 
younger son, with remainder to his right heirs. 

869. 

RICHARD PRYMER. Vol. 67, No. 125. 

Battle, 8 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died last Jan. 30 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, daughter Elizabeth, aged 30 and more, and married to John 
Ferrall. 

Lands called " Hoggesland," " le Werke," " Spenserswyshe " and 
" Ocbornes " in Warding. 

870. 

JOHN PUCKELL of Lewes, merchant. Vol. 292, No. 151. 
E. G., 7 Oct. 4 James. Died 23 June last. 

Heir, grandson John P., son of John P., deceased, son of said J. P., 
aged 17 years 6 months at Inq. 

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left them to John Puckell, son of my son John, remainder to 
Thomas P. my son, remainder to John P., son of my son Edmond, 
remainder to Bichard P., son of my son Edmond, remainder to 
William P., son of said Edmond, remainder to Edward P., youngest 
son of Edmond, remainder to Arthur P., son of my brother Edmond, 
remainder to right heirs. 

871. 

HAEBEBT BANDOLPH, esq. Vol. 282, No. 71. 

E. G., 28 Aug. 2 James. Died 9 April last s.p. 

Heir, sister Judith Apsley, wife of Anthony Apsley, gent., aged 26 
years. 

Lands. Manors of Hamerden, Morley, Cortesley, Filsham and a 
messuage and lands, etc., called " Chandlers," a capital messuage 
called " Wards," with land in Tiseherst and Echingham, messuage and 
land called " Bishops " and " Highlands," " Hutchens and Collet 
Hills," " Eingden," " Quodleigh," '* Berworthes," " Andrewes," "Little 
Lampham " in Pevensey, and on 1 June 1 James settled manor of Fils- 
ham on himself, Judith, eldest daughter of Anthony Sherley, esq., 
whom he was about to marry, and their heirs male, remainder to his 
heirs male, remainder to his right heirs. They were married at Preston, 
co. Sussex. Judith, the widow, survives, seized for life of manor of 
Filsham, with reversion to Judith Apsley. 

872. 

THOMAS EAPLET of Warnham, yeo. Vol. 324, No. 171. 

E. G., 1 Nov. 9 James. Died 2 Nov. last. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas, aged 23 and more. 

Lands. "Wilhawes," " Geffrayes," "Stylars," "Townes," and 
" Laykewood alias Lakeland," all in Warnham. By deed dated last 
Oct. 6 James agreed to suffer recovery to use of T. R. for 60 years, 
then to Margaret his wife, then to Thos. B.,son and heir of T. R., and 
his heirs for ever. Margaret and Thomas still living at Warnham. 

873. 

THOMAS EAPLET. Vol. 497, No. 164. 

E. G., 16 Jan. 9 Charles. Died 28 April last. 

Heir, son John E , aged 15 years 8 months 2 weeks. 

Lands. " Geffrayes " in Warnham, and 13 Sept. 18 James leased 
premises to Margaret E., his mother, for 50 years at rent of a grain 
of pepper. Margaret E. living. T. E. also seized of " Lakewood alias 
Lakeland " and " Townes " in Warnham, and 1 Dec. 8 Charles settled 
on self for life, with remainder half to Mary E. his daughter, and half to 
Thomas E. his younger son. T. E. also seized of " Wilhawell" and 
" Stylars " in Warnham. Thos. E. son, Mary E. daughter, and Eliz. E., 
widow of T. E., still alive. 

874. 

JOHN EAVENSCEOFTE, gent. Vol. 351, No. 114. 
Horsham, 2 Nov. 13 James. Died 12 Sept. last. 



190 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Heir, son Haull R., aged 15 and more. 

Lands. Rectory of Horsham, land near Newlands, " Millwards," 
" Chowes," " Huggetts," " Parratts," all in Horsham, capital messuage 
called " Bolters " and " le Gatehouse " adjoining, " Langridge Barn," 
" Culverland alias Culverhouse land " in H. On May 2 last in con- 
sideration of marriage between himself and Elizabeth Michell, settled 
same. They married at Horsham 10 May last. J. R. died without 
male issue by her. Eliz. survives at Horsham. J. R. also seized of 
manor of Hewells, co. Sussex, also water mill and lands adjoining called 
" Hewell Mill " and " Tauners Mead," also several messuages and shops 
in Horsham, " Baldwyns" and " Apsleys Garden," a tenement or shop 
called "Copped Hall," "Maynings" in Nuthurst, "Figgfield" in 
Nuthurst. 

875. 

ELIZABETH REEVE, widow. Vol. 802, No. 96. 

E. G., 28 May 6 James. Died 3 April 6 James. 

Heir, eldest sou Walter Reeve, aged 46. 

Lands. Marshland in Hoo called " Claridge," " Lolles " in Wart- 
ling, "le Werde" in Nendfield, messuage and land called "Whates " 
in Warbleton, " Gilberts" and " Colborne " in Warbleton, etc., etc. 

876. 

WALTEE REVE, gent. Vol. 428, No. 34. 

E. G., 10 Oct. 2 Charles. Died 1 Sept. last, 

Heir, son Antony R., aged 30 and more. 

Lands. " Lubbershall " in Hailsham " and " Blackstock " in Hel- 
liogly, land in Wartling, " Lolls " in W., " le Werd " in Nendfield," 
" Claradge " in Hoe, messuage and land late " Awsters " in Wartling. 
Made will 28 Aug. last and gave "Claradge" and "Awsters" to his 
daughter Mary Bell, wife of Godsblessing Bell, for life, then equally 
among her sons. Sarah Reve, widow of W. R., and Mary Bell 
survive. 

877. 

ANTONY REEVE of Bread, gent. Vol. 568, No. 105. 

E. G., 20 April 14 Charles. Died 22 March last. 

Heir, only daughter Sara, aged 12 years 11 months and 16 days. 

Lands in Haylesham and Heathfield, "Lolles" and "Hollandes" 
in Wartling, lands in Ewhurst, " le Werke " in Ninfield, " Black- 
stocks " in Hellingly, lands in Hoo, Bexhill and Burwash, marshlands 
in Pevensey, etc. Made will 6 Oct. 1634, and left all to Sara Reeve 
his only daughter and her heirs. 

878. 

WILLIAM RELFE, gent. Vol. 701, No. 8. 
Lewes .... July 16 Chas. Died 26 May 1639. 
Heir, daughter Anne, aged 9 months 23 days. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 191 

Lands. Manors of Ashbornham and Pemborne and "Wilshams 
alias Herstmegham," and by deed 10 Oct. 14 Chas. settled " Ashborn- 
ham Place " first on Dorothy his mother, then on Anne his wife, then 
on his right heirs, with remainder to Eichard E., James E. and 
Eoger E., brothers of said W. E. George Martin, son of Constance 
Martin, sister of "William Eelfe, deceased, father of "W. E. "W. E. 
made will 18 May 1639 wife Anne, daughter Anne, brother Eichard. 

879. 

ALICE, wife of WILLIAM ErcHEBELL. Vol. 152, No. 146. 

E. G., 22 Oct. 11 Eliz. Died 16 May 5 Eliz. 

Heir, son William Kychebell, aged 3 weeks at her death. 

Lands. Moiety of lands in West Wittering, Selsea and Chichester 
(see Elizabeth Jerbarcl). William Eychebell, her husband, who has 
the premises for life, still living at Bromley, Kent. 

880. 

STEPHEN EFDGE alias AEIDGE. Vol. 607, No. 80, and Vol. 605, 
No. 3. 

Lewes, 6 May 17 Charles. Died 20 April 14 Charles. 

Heir, grandson Thomas, son of Thomas, eldest son of S. E., aged 
12 years 7 months 16 days. 

Lands in Chayly. late parcel of " Woodbrooke," and portion 
of tithes on same, " Franklins alias Franklandes " in Kymer, " Dickens 
alias Digons " in Clayton. On 6 Feb. 9 Charles by deed conveyed 
to trustees for himself for life, and afterwards for Thomas Eidge, 
eldest son of Thomas E. alias A., deceased, his eldest son and his heirs 
male for ever. S. E. alias A. 7 Sept. 1 Charles settled some tithes on 
his second son Stephen. Stephen Eidge the son has received the 
rents, etc. 

881. 

G-EOBGE EITEES, gent. Vol. 557, No. 26. 

E. G-., 6 June 13 Chas. Died 10 May 8 Chas. 

Heir, son Edward E., aged 4 years 1 month 20 days. 

Lands. Annual rent of 30 from manor of Comserne, co. Sussex. 

882. 

JOHN EGBERTS. Vol. 110, No. 145. 

Horsham, 12 Sept. 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. Died 21 Jan. last. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 11 years 8 months 18 days. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " the Nasshe " in Steyning, 
" Eabbatts " and " le Farnefyld " in S., " le Wollfree alias Wosland " 
in Ashurst, " Escrigs " in West Grinsted, and by deed 28 April 
35 Hen. VIII. gave Eobert Domiscall an annuity of 4 13s. 4rf. for 
use of said J. E. and Julian his wife for her life. J. E. by last will 
gave " Eabbatts " and other property to Julian his wife. 



192 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

883. 

WALTER ROBERTS, esq. Vol. 720, No. 2. 

E. G., 8 Oct. 9 Charles. Died 30 Nov. last. 

Heir, son John Roberts, aged 25 and more. 

Lauds. Capital messuage and lands in Tyseherst called " Boresell " 
late in his tenure, "le "White horse " and lands belonging in Tyseherst, 
co. Sussex, and Gowdherst, co. Kent, " Kennett " and " Beaches," 
formerly " Newingtons," in Etchingham, " Badcockes," " Belhuist," 
" Swantwissels," "Merlings," "Swifte" and "Dinnetts" in Etchingham, 
Tyseherst and Salehurst, messuage and lands called " Peasemersb " in 
Tysehurst and Etchingham, late in his own occupation, " Coxesland 
alias Partridge land " in T. and E. 

884. 

JOHN ROBERTS, esq. Vol. 579, No. 46. 

Lewes, 28 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 13 May last at "Boresell " in 
Tisehurst. 

Heir, son Walter R., gent., aged 5 years 18 days. 

Lands. Walter Roberts, father of J. R., was seized of " Boresell " 
in Tisehurst and " Whitehorse " in Flymwell in T., and by deed 
10 April 2 James on his marriage with Audrey Duncombe, sister of 
John D., settled them on himself for life, then on Awdrey for her life 
as jointure as long as a widow, with remainder to right heirs. Awdrey 
still living. J. R. seized of messuage, etc., called " Kennetts " and 
"Beaches" formerly "Newingtons," messuage, etc., called "Peas- 
mershe " and lands in Tisehurst and Etchingham, " Coxeland alias Part- 
ridge land" in T. and E., " Primers Meade " in Flymwell in T., 
messuage called " Dalehill " and lands in T. 

885. 

WILLIAM ROBERTS, gent, (writ, esq.). Vol. 606, No. 69, and 
Vol. 700, No. 151. 

Lewes, 15 April 17 Charles. Died 4 Jan. 1640. 

Heir, nephew Thomas Roberts, son and heir of brother Herbert R., 
age not known. 

Lands. " Skings," " Trotnells " and " Shepsnoakes " in Warbleton, 
"le Freehold lands" in W., " le Wishe " in W., " Burtonswood," 
" Whelpelie " in Hailsham, " Elmhurst alias Kippings " in Brencn- 
ley, Lamberhurst and Pepingbury alias Pembury, co. Kent. On 
1 Jan. last made will and gave all lands in Sussex to Frances his wife 
and her heirs for ever, and lands in Kent to wife Frances for life, and 
after to Thomas Roberts, son and heir of my brother Herbert 
Roberts, and his heirs for ever. Frances is still living. 

886. 

THOMAS ROGERS. Vol. 3, No. 118. 

Inquisition, Monday after Holy Trinity 3 Hen. VII. Died 19 Jan, 
last. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 193 

Heir, daughter Elizabeth, wife of William Essex, aged 12 years and 
more. (William, son of Thos. Essex, married her about 1 Feb. 
2 Hen. VII.) 

Lands. Manors of Eumbaldswyke and Holyngardyn. 



887. 

JOHN EOOTES, gent. Vol. 247, No. 19. 

E. GK, 7 June 38 Eliz. Died 26 Jan. last at Maresfield. 

Heir, son Stephen, aged 12 on 1 April last. 

Lands. J. E. on 26 Sept. 25 Eliz. was seized of manor of Marshalls 
in Marsfield and Beddingham, and enfeoffed trustees to use of J. E. 
and Alice his wife for lives of longer liver, then heirs male, then heirs 
of J. E. J. E. also seized of manor of Littlington andadvowson of L., 
and on 23 Jan. last made will sons Stephen E., Nicholas E., John E., 
Thomas E., Eobert E. and Ealph E., all under 21 Alice his wife 
executrix. Alice survives at Maresfield. 



STEPHEN EOOTES, gent. Vol. 259, No. 81. 

Arundel, 4 Aug. 42 Eliz. Died last April 41 Eliz. at Maresfield, a 
minor and in ward to the Queen. 

Heir, brother Nicholas, aged 13 years 9 months and 5 days, in ward 
to the Queen, and living at Chepsted in Chevening, co. Kent. 

Lands. Jurors say he was seized of the reversion after death of 
Alice Eootes his mother, of the manor of Marshalls in Maresfield and 
Bedyngham, Chepsted in Kent, manor of Littlyngton and advowson 
of church of Litlington. Alice his mother is still living at Chepsted 
in Kent. 

889. 

NICHOLAS ROOTS, clerk. Vol. 364, No. 62. 

E. GK, 5 Nov. 15 James. Died 14 June last at Horsted Keynes. 

Heir, son Thomas Eootes, aged 22 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Ludwell," messuage, garden 
and croft called " Awghurst Crofte " in Horsted Keynes, certain lands, 
meadow and woodlands in H. K. called " Burghurst," and lands called 
" West Inhams " in Plumpton. 

890. 

WILLIAM EOSE, gent. Vol. 360, No. 68. 

Petworth, 1 April 15 James. Died 13 Feb. 12 James. 

Heir, son George, aged 2 years or thereabouts. 

Lands. " Starmyplace " in Ichenore, " Hillands " in Burdham, 
" Mirsecrofts " and " Shepwrights " in Hunston. Margaret Burch, wife 
of Eobert Burch, has taken rents and profits. She was the widow of 
Wm. Eose. 

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194 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

891. 

JOHN EOSE. Vol. 607, No. 81. 

Lewes, 6 May 17 Chas. Died 10 Feb. 3 Chas. 

Heir, son Edward Eose, aged 13 years 1 month. 

Lands. Messuage and lands in West Angmering, and a small 
messuage in East Preston, messuage and lands in East Angmering, 
messuage and lands in West Preston in parish of Bustyngton, lands in 
Midhurst and Binsted. 

892. 

JOHN EUMBRIDGER. Vol. 566, No. 29. 

Petworth, 17 Jan. 14 Charles. Died 24 Sept. 14 Charles. 

Heir, son John, aged 9 years 3 months. 

Lands in Binderton. 

893. 

WILLIAM ETSHETON alias EUSSON. Vol. 201, No. 108. 

Chichester, 2 Sept. 25 Eliz. Died 25 April 1583. 

Heir, son [blank] Eysheton alias Eusson, aged 4 years 9 months 
at Inq. 

Lands. Demesnes or farm of " Almodington alias Almoditon," 
and other lands there, lands in Eartham. 15 June 4 and 5 Philip and 
Mary, Henry, late Earl of Arundel, demised the demesnes or farm of 
" Almodington " to Eobert Tyll, father of Emma, late wife of said 
Wm. E., for 50 years. Eobert Tyll left it to Emma, who married W. E. 
She is still living. 

894. 

EGBERT EUSHTOW of Almoditon, gent. Vol. 419, No. 37, and 
Vol. 417, No. 5. 

Petworth, 10 June 1 Charles. Died 5 Jan. 21 James at Almoditon. 

Heir, eldest son William E., aged 12 years 7 months 2 days. 

Lands. Messuage and land, etc., called the demesnes of " Almo- 
diton alias Almodington," and a messuage and land called " Mallards," 
" Tomharris," " Parkers," " Carters" and Lee Park in Almoditon. A. 
messuage, etc., in Southampton town. On 13 Jan. 21 James made will 
Eichard Gounter, my brother Eichard Williams ex'ors to sell 
lands, etc. 

895. 

JOHN EUSSELL, yeo. Vol. 200, No. 2. 

Lewes, 21 Sept. 25 Eliz. Died at Berwick 3 April 19 Eliz. 

Heir, son John Eussell, aged 25. 

Lands in Arlington. Sons John and Thomas took rents and profits 
for 2 years after their father's death, then John Harris of Bishopston 
entered on premises and took rents and profits till 20 April 25 Eliz., 
when Eleanor Eussell, widow, entered on part of them. 

896. 

THOMAS, EARL OF ETJTLAND. Vol. 70, No. 33. 
E. G., 26 June 36 Hen, VIII. Died 20 Sept. 35 Hen. VIII, 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 195 

Heir, son Henry Maners, now Earl of E., aged 17 years on 23 Sept. 
35 Hen. VIII. 

Lands. Manors of Estborne, 90 messuages, 50 cottages, etc., etc., in 
Estborne, "Upperton," " IJppwyk," "ISasthall," "North beveryngton," 
" South beveryngton," " Lamport," " Medys " and " Wolryngton," 
manor of la Rype, and by deed 13 June 16 Hen. VIII. granted to 
Christopher More, knt., an annual rent of 5, and by another deed 
12 Feb. 27 Hen. VIII. granted to John Baker, gent, (now knt.), 
annuity of 40s., and by deed 16 Feb. 27 Hen. VIII. granted to Richard 
Sackvile, gent., substeward of his manor of le Mote, annuity of 40s. as 
such. 10 April 34 Hen. VIII. granted to "Walter Cromer, "artis 
medicine professoris," annuity of 4 marks. 

897. 

ELIZABETH, COUNTESS RUTLAND. Vol. 341, No. 52. 

E. G-., 30 Oct. 10 James. Died 1 Sept. 10 James. 

Heir, uncle Robert, Earl Lisle, Lord Sydney of Penshurst, viz., son 
of Henry Sydney, K.Gr., father of Philip Sydney, knt., father of 
said Elizabeth, aged 48 years and more. 

Lands. Robertsbridge Abbey and manor, property in Ewhurst, 
Whatlington, Sedlescombe, etc. 

898. 

RICHARD RYMAN, gent. Vol. 63, No. 63, and Vol. 66, No. 79. 

Chichester, 4 Nov. 33 Hen. VIII. Died 13 Oct. 32 Hen. VIII. at 
Appuldram. 

Heir, son Humfrey R., aged 16 years. 

Lands. Long before death of R. R., Thos. West, knt., Richd. 
Covert, esq., Roger Copley, esq., Edwd. Lewkenor, sen., gent., Win. 
Copley, gent., and others, co-feoffees, were seized of manors, etc., of 
John Ryman, father of R. R., to use of R. R. and his heirs by charter 
of John R., and enfeoffed trustees with lands and tenements in Burdham 
for R. R. and Joan his wife for lives, and after for heirs. R. R. alienated 
some land in Somerleigh to John Iddesworth of Erneley, yeo. At 
this Inq. comes Joan the widow and shews will of R. R. proved, which 
she says was not his will. R. R. had capital messuage, etc., in Appul- 
dram called " Impe Crosse," land and water mill in A., lands in 
Birdham, Ichenor, manor in West Ichenor, held of monastery of 
Boxgrave, " Wodhorne " in Birdham. 

899. 

ELIZABETH RYVETT, widow of Anthony R., and formerly wife of 
Richard Coldham. Vol. 251, No. 152. 

E. Gr., 2 Dec. 39 Eliz. Died at Shalden, Hants, 19 May 37 Eliz. 

Heir, son Richard Coldham, aged 12 on 25 Aug. last. 

Lands. " Cotes " and " Hill " in Woolbeding, etc., and by deed 
dated 20 Aug. 32 Eliz. enfeoffed trustees to her use for life, and after 
to use of Richard Coldham, son and heir of said Elizabeth, remainder to 
John C., another sou. 

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196 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

900. 

HUMPHREY SACKVILLE, esq. Vol. 4, No. 56. 

Inquisition, 20 Oct. 4 Hen. VII. Died Thursday after feast of 
St. Peter the Apostle 3 Hen. VII. 

Heir, son Eichard S., aged 27 and more. 

Lauds. Manors of Buckhurst, Chalvington, Claverham, Bowly, 
Horsye and Chetyngleigh. 

901. 

EICHARD SAKEVYLE, esq. Vol. 43, No. 23. 

Maresfield, 23 Oct. 17 Hen. VIII. Died 28 July 16 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John Sakevyle, esq., aged 40 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Buckhurst, Chiddingly, Chalvington, Claver- 
ham, Beowlegh, and Fyskeregge, the advowson of Chalvington and 
lands in Hailsham. Isabel his widow survives at Withyham. 



902. 

JOHN SACKVILLE, esq. Vol. 115, No. 49. 

E. G., 10 Nov. 5 and 6 Philip and Mary. Died 26 Sept. 4 and 5 
Philip and Mary. 

Heir, son Eichard, aged 50 and more. 

Lands. Eichard Wakeherst, Walter Vrey, and Henry Wellis were 
seized of manors of Buckherst, Chalvington, Claverham, Chidinglie and 
Bowlie, and advowson of Eectory of Chalvington, and by deed dated 
1 Aug. 20 Hen. VI. gave to Edward Sackville and Margaret his wife 
and their heirs. Edward Sackville died afterwards at Withyham and 
Margaret survived him with reversion to Humphrey Sackville as son 
and heir of Edward, and died afterwards, when Humphrey entered and 
afterwards died at Withyham, when premises descended to Eichard 
Sackville as son and heir of Humphrey, after whose death premises 
came to J. S. as son and heir of Eichard. J. S. also seized of manors 
of Wickensande, Collingherst and Charknes, and lands (named) in 
Withyham, Hartfield, E. G., Buckstead, Uckfield, Horsham, Waldron, 
Chiddingly, Hellingly, Hailsham, Brede, Guestling, Westfield, Sedles- 
combe, Pevensey, Westham, Hurstmonceux, and Ewhurst. J. S. made 
will 1 July 1556 as " of Chiddingly," esq. wife Anne 3 daus., 
sons, and sons-in-law son Christopher S. and John his (Christo- 
pher's) son. 

903. 

, HENRY SACKTYLE, esq. Vol. 301, No. 71. 

Uckfield, 26 July 6 James. 

Jurors say Henry Sackvyle, esq., has been from 1 June 39 Eliz. 
and still is a lunatic. Seized of manor of Cowdeu in Bexhill and of 
manors of Bexhill and Heithfeild. Eobert, Earl of Dorset, is brother 
and next heir, aged 45 and more. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 197 

904. 

JOHN SACKVILLE, esq. Vol. 381, No. 140 (1). 

E. G-., 14 June 18 James. Died 21 Dec. 17 James. 

Heir, son Thomas S., esq., aged 30 and more at Inq. 

Lands in Sedlescombe and Uddimer, and 22 July 31 Eliz. on 
marriage between J. S. and Joan Downton, one of the daughters of 
John Downton of Sedlescombe, gent., settled on himself and Joan his 
wife and their heirs male, remainder their heirs, remainder heirs of 
J. S., and 1 May 1614 settled as above. J. S. on 20 Jan. 1615 by deed 
assured premises to his son and heir Thomas S. after his death. J. S. 
seized of messuage and land in Breade called "le Feild," and on 2 Dec. 
1615 on marriage between Thomas S. his son and heir and Elizabeth 
Boys, daughter of Samuel Boys, esq., settled on them and their heirs 
male, remainder right heirs of Thomas. J. S. seized of Dibsham 

manor and farm in Westfield, and by deed 4 Jan James settled 

on John Sackville his younger son. J. S. seized of "Knell" in What- 
lington, lands in Bread and Udimore called " Stonehams alias 
Lonehams." 

905. 

THOMAS SAMPTON. Vol. 193, No. 40. 

Lewes, 4 April 23 Eliz. Died at Hurstmonceux 4 Aug. 1580. 

Heir, son Thomas Samp ton, aged 10 on 1 Jan. 1581. 

Lands in Hailsham and Pevensey, " Collins," "Dyves," "Q-ybbes" 
and " Burchettes " in Hurstmonceux. Made will 28 July 1580 
wife Christabel (still living) sons Thomas and Henry. 

906. 

THOMAS SAMPTON. Vol. 228, No. 88. 

E. Or., 15 July 33 Eliz. Died 4 Jan. 32 Eliz., under age and in 
ward. 

Heir, brother Henry Sampton, aged 19 on 9 Dec. last past. 

Lands. Same tenements as his father Thomas Sampton in 
Hailsham and Hurstmonceux. 

907. 

THOMAS SANDER, senr., of Wadhurst, gent. Vol. 397, No. 85. 

E. Gr., 24 Sept. 21 James. Died 21 Aug. 20 James at Wadhurst. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas Sander, junr., aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Thos. Sander, senr., was seized of messuage, etc., and land 
late in occupation of John Sander his father, situated in Wadhurst, 
" Wickens alias Wickherst," and a messuage, etc., at Corsley Street in 
Wadhurst, messuage, garden, etc., at Snapelane, and " G-ildridge alias 
Upper Hooke" in W., land in Corsley wood, a messuage in town of W., 
near churchyard, a garden late in occupation of Anne Sander, widow, 
other lands in Wadhurst, "Finchcocks" in Tysehurst, and "Badcocks." 
Made will 6 Feb. 19 James (1620) and gave to Nicholas Sander his 
son and heirs messuage in town of Wadhurst to son Edward other 
property, to son Eobert other property. 



198 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

908. 

REGINALD SANDES. Vol. 7, No. 60. 

Inquisition, 23 March 7 Hen. VII. (1492). Died 30 Oct. 
7 Hen. VII. (1491). 

Heir, son Robert, aged 20 and more. 

Lands in Selmeston, Arlington, Hellingly, East Dean, West Dean, 
and Alfriston. 

909. 

WILLIAM SANDYS, knt. Vol. 11, No. 109. 

Inquisition, 2 Feb. 12 Hen. VII. (1497). Died 26 Oct. 
12 Hen. VII. (1496). 

Heir, son "William Sandys the younger, knt., aged 26 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Kingston Bowcye, Shermanbury, and lands in 
Eletching. Wife of "W. S. is Margaret; wife of William S. the 
younger is Margery. 

910. 

JOHN SAXPES, late of Southover, near Lewes, gent. Vol. 314, 
No. 119. 

Arundel, 5 April 8 Jas. Died 19 Dec. 6 Jas. 

Coheirs, daughters Mary, wife of Thomas Saxpes, gent., aged 
25 years and more, and Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Towers, gent., aged 
23 and more. 

Lands. Capital messuage and mansion house in which he dwelt in 
Southover, and lands belonging, other property in Southborough, 
"Conycroft" in St. Anne's, Lewes, "lehatnme" in Kingston, 
" Hautswisle " in Ringmer. 

911. 

WILLIAM SAYER. Vol. 67, No. 126. 

Battle, 2 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 22 March 33 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, eldest son Nicholas, aged 7 at Inq. 

Lands in Ewhurst. 

912. 

PETER SCAEDEVILE. Vol. 13, No. 12. 

Crawley, 3 Nov. 14 Hen. VII. Died 3 Sept. 14 Hen. VII. 

Heir, son William S., aged 25 years and more. 

Lands. Trustees of William S., father of P. S., seized of lands in 
Bradbrigge, West Asshlyng and East Asshlyng, West Eishborn, 
Westden, East Lavant, 5s. rent in city of Chichester to use of said 
P. S. and his heirs, remainder to heirs of (?) Julian Scardevile. 

913. 

THOMAS SCABDEFEILD. Vol. 566, No. 31. 
Chichester, 5 Oct. 14 Charles. Died 16 Nov. 11 Charles. 
Heir, eldest son Thomas, aged 9 years 5 months 11 days at Inq. 
Lands in Fishborne. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 199 

914. 

JOHN SCOTT, knt. Vol. 1, No. 115. 

Inquisition, 28 Sept. 2 Henry VII. Died Feast of St. Luke 
Evangelist last. 

Heir, son William S., esq., aged 26 and more. 
Lands. Manor of La Moote in co. Sussex. 

915. 

RICHABD SCOTT, yeo. Vol. 323, Nos. 92 and 102. 

Horsham, 15 March 8 James. Died 5 April 41 Eliz. 

Heir, son John Scott, aged 8 years. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., in Wiston, late part of manor of Bidling- 
ton called " le grete Woodmans," also messuage, etc., called "le little 
Woodmans." Son John has received rents. 

916. 

JOHN SCEITEN. Vol. 413, No. 20. 

E. GK, 26 July 14 James. Died 21 June last at Lindfield. 
Heir, brother Richard Scriven, aged 40 and more. 
Lands in Horsted Keynes. 

917. 

EICHAED SCEIVEN. Vol. 488, No. 63. 

Shoreham, 18 Jan. 7 Charles. Died 1 Nov. last. 

Coheirs, Agnes Sares, aged 50 and more, widow, one of the sisters 
of R. S., and late wife of Wm. Sares, deceased ; Thomasine, aged 40 
and more, wife of Robert Page, another sister of R. S. ; Mary Wood, 
aged 20, daughter of Mary Uden, deceased, another sister of R. S., and 
now wife of Thos. Wood. 

Lands." Hamynnes," " Odens," " Holelands," " Noble Tye," and 
" Tye Croft " in Horsted Keynes, " Barnes," " Gralerames," " Cheters 
Beckworth " and " Colliers " in Lyndfield. 

918, 

WILLIAM SEALE. Vol. 350, No. 30. 

Horsham, 5 April 13 James. Died 5 Sept. 10 James. 

Heir, son John Seale, jun., aged 6 years 3 months 5 days. 

Lands. John Carrell, knt., seized of " Spelcridge " in Nuthurst, 
enfeoffed John Seale, sen., and said W. S. and heirs of W. S. for ever. 
John S. survives at Nuthurst. 

919. 

THOMAS SELWYN, gent., of Priston. Vol. 67, No. 128. 

Lewes, 4 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 22 Sept. 31 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John, aged 23 years and more. 

Lands. Manor of Suthehall in Willingdon, lands in Waldron, 
settled 4 Aug. 30 Hen. VIII. to Thomas for life and after to John his 
son and heir. 



200 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

920. 

JOHN SELWYN, esq. Vol. 242, No. 80. 

E. G-., 21 Jan. 37 Eliz. Died 7 July 36 Eliz. at Hailsham. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 47. 

Lands. Jurors say J. S. was seized of manor of Eastbourne in 
Eastbourne and Willington, and of manor of Bechington and lands in 
Bechington, Friston, and Jevington, " Duddels " and "Inlands" 
in Friston, manor of Pekeden in Friston, Eastbourne, and Willington, 
Le Wysh in Eastdean, lands in Pevensey and Hailsham, and by fine 
Mich. 17 Eliz. conveyed manor of Eastbourne to Henry Goring, George 
G-., and Wm. G-., esqrs., and heirs of Henry to use of Thomas Sellwyn, 
his son and heir apparent, and Elizth. Goring, da. of aforesaid Henry 
and their heirs male. Thos. S. married said Eliz. at Burton. J. S. by 
indenture 17 Jan. 34 Eliz. conveyed manor of Pekedene to Thos. 
Markewyke and "William Wenham to the use of himself for life, and 
after for use of Edward Sellwyn his son. 

921. 

THOMAS SELWTN, esq., of Friston. Vol. 392, No. 136. 

Petworth. 5 Sept. 13 James. Died 10 April 12 James at Friston, 
s.p.m. 

Coheirs, daughters Mary, wife of Thomas Woodward, aged 32 years 
1 month 5 days, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Parker of Eastbourne, gent., 
aged 30 years 5 months 3 days, Alice, wife of John Woodward of 
Throwley, gent., aged 27 years 1 month 3 days, Dorothy Selwyn, 
aged 23 years 5 months 16 days, Anne Selwyn, aged 20 years 8 months, 
Beatrix Selwyn, aged 19 years 6 months 15 days. 

Lands. " Beckington " and cottage in occupation of Elizth. 
Selwyn, widow, relict of T. S., and windmill in Friston, " Duddells " 
in Friston, " Tylehouse " in Hailsham, in occupation of said Elizth. S. 
Property in Willingdon, etc., lands sold to John Selwyn his father on 
1 Nov. 21 Eliz. On 23 April 6 James T. S. settled " Beckington " on 
himself and Elizabeth his wife and heirs male, remainder to Edward S., 
brother of T. S. and heirs male, remainder Mary S., Alice Woodward, 
Dorothy S., Anne S., and Beterice S., his daughters. John, brother 
of T. S. "Knockhatch" and " Lowallands " left by John Selwyn to 
Dorothy S., one of the daughters of T. S. Thomas Woodward of 
Bilsington, Kent, gent., married Mary Selwyn 10 Dec. 10 James at 
Friston. On 14 March 1614 made will " sonne Thomas " (Wood- 
ward) "I geive youe and yo r wife the Terme which I have power 
in me to dispose of in Friston, and the rest as I ever ment y l youe." 
Elizabeth survives. 

922. 

QUINTIN SEYIAB. Vol. 67, No. 130. 

Chichester, 11 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died, killed at Salehurst by 
kick from horse 30 Oct. 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Clement Seviar, aged 35 and more. 
Lands in Salehurst, Eobertsbridge, and Bodiam. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 20l 

923. 

THOMAS SEVIEE, an idiot. Vol. 201, No. 106. 

Kobertsbridge, 2 July 25 Eliz. Died at Salehurst 23 Jan. 1583. 

Coheirs, sisters Elizabeth, aged 20, and married on 20 March 1583 to 
John Crottenden, and Helen, aged 18, and married on 1 Feb. to George 
Crottenden. 

Lands, etc., called " Lowe Bourne " in Salehurst, " Elfordes," 
" Bustockes," and tenements in Bodiham called " Halton " and 
" Courthopps." 

924. 

JOSEPH SHALLATT, gent. Vol. 447, No. 41. 

Shorebam, 29 July 4 Charles. Died 28 Nov. 1624. 

Heir, son Francis, aged 14 years 18 days. 

Lands. " Kingston Farm " in Kingston, land in Portfield near 
Chichester, 2 messuages, etc., in St. Olave's, 1 messuage in St. 
Andrews, land in Westborne, Chichester, 3 messuages and land in 
Emsworth, Hants, and 1 messuage in Gilford, Surrey. Joan, the 
widow and mother of Francis, has received rents. 

925. 

JOHN SHELLEY, esq. Vol. 46, No. 14. 

Steyning, 29 June 19 Hen. VIII. Died 3 Jan. 18 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son William Shelley, the Judge, aged 48 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Applesham, advowson of and lands in Combes 
settled 26 Sept. 18 Hen. VIII. on Alice, wife of William Shelley his 
son and heir, remainder to William S. and his heirs. Moiety of manor 
and advowson of Denton in Denton and " Sakam " in Shermanbury 
also settled on said William and Alice. Manor of Hoope in Budgwick 
settled 16 Hen. VIII. on himself for life and afterwards on Richard 
Shelley and Mary his wife. Lands called " Lymeborn " in Fittleworth, 
" Wayhurst " in B-udgwick, " la Lee " in Clapham, and lands in 
Storrington, Salvington, Horsbroke, Pokkesmore, Shermanbury, North 
Mundham, Slinfold, Middleton and Bensted. 

926. 

ELIZABETH, widow of JOHN SHELLEY, esq., and daughter and heir 
of John Michelgrove, otherwise called John Fawkenor, esq. Vol. 46, 
No. 15. 

Steyning, 29 June 19 Hen. VIII. Died 30 July 5 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son William Shelley, now one of the Justices of the King's 
Bench, and aged 48 and more. 

Lands called " Michelgrove " and other lands in Clapham, " Buls- 
hams " in Yapton, lands in Barnham, manor of Benstede, lands in 
Fittleworth, Petworth, Stopham, Pulborough, Cbichester, Funtingdon, 
Bosham, Wootton near Fakington. and advowson of the chapel of 
Wootton, and lands in Patching and Heene, lands called " Wantley " 
in Sullington. So seized she married John Shelley, and they 10 July 
3 Hen. VIII. on the marriage of their son William S. with Alice, one 



202 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

of the sisters and heirs apparent of Edward Belknap, settled them to 
their use. 

927. 

JOHN SHELLEY, esq. Vol. 94, No. 53. 

Lewes, 5 Oct. (? 5) Edward VI. Died 4 Edward VI. 

Heir, son William S., aged 12. 

Lands in Shepley. J. S., son and heir of "William Shelley, knt., 
Mary, wife of J. S. and daughter of "Wm. FitzWilliams, knt. J. S. 
seized of manor of Knell, co. Sussex. Made will 8 Aug. 1550 as J. S. 
of Mychelgrove, esq. to be buried in Church of Clapham my manor 
of Stondon Hall, co. Essex, my manors of Wolston and Marston, co. 
Warwick, Mary my wife my manor of Chalfyn, co. Herts, my uncle 
Kychard Shelley's lands in Eudgwicke, my brother Thomas S. and 
Mary his wife son William under 21 my daughters and younger 
children my two sons John S. and Eichard S. my manors of Exton 
Bassett and Luces in co. Wilts to son Eichard my father S r W m 
Shelley my 4 daughters Elinor, Mary, Bryget and Margaret my 
sister Margaret ray uncle parson Shelley my uncle Edward Shelley. 

928. 

EDWAED SHELLEY. Vol. 104, No. 124. 
Is writ dated 10 Jan. 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. 
Avery Michell, gent., to be one of the Inquisitors. 
No inquisition. 

929. 

WILLIAM SHELLEY, esq. Vol. 124, No. 164. (Proof of age.) 
Clapham, 19 Sept. 1 Elizabeth. 

Jurors state that W. S., son and heir of John Shelley, esq., deceased, 
is aged 21 years and 5 days on this date. 

930. 

JOHN SHELLEY, esq. Vol. 232, No. 30. 

E. GK, 8 Nov. 34 Eliz. Died 27 Aug. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 6 years and 20 days. 

Lands. Manor of Offord Dacie alias Offord Darcie, co. Hunt., 
manor of Townland alias Towland, co. Kent, manor of Easton Basset, 
co. Wilts lands called " Bartholomews " in Storrington, reversion of 
half manor of Kyngesham alias Keynsham, advowson of Ch. of St. 
Pancras, co. Sussex, after death of Agnes Carpenter, widow, who 
still survives, and on 25 Aug. last made will " Eleanor my wief " till 
John Shelley my son and heir apparent shall accomplish 21, when to 
him and his heirs, remainder to my heirs, remainder to heirs of Henrie 
Shelley, late of Mapledurham, geat., deceased, remainder right heirs of 
said H. S. 

931. 

HENRY SHELLEY, esq. Vol. 438, No. 121. 
Horsham, 15 Jan. 22 James. Died 9 Dec. 21 James. 
Heir, son Thomas S., aged 40 and more. 



SUSSEX itfQUISItlONS. 203 

Lands. Mansion house of Sullington and .... of same manor, 
lands called " Magge . . . .," " Westcroft," "le olde Mylle garden" and 
a water mill. Trinity 7 James settled on himself for life, then on 
Thomas Shelley his son and heir apparent for life, then on Mary, wife 
of said Thomas S., for life, then on heirs of said Thomas S. for ever, 
but Ambrose Shelley and James Shelley, sons of H. S., to receive 20 
a year each for life. H. S. also seized of messuages, etc., in Warming- 
hurst, pasture in Fulling common and in "W., one dole of mead in 
Ashington, Court of Franc Pledge and Court Baron belonging to 
manor of W., a messuage and barn in W., " Patchfield," " Juppes 
Meade " and " Hyll mead " in Fulling mead, parcel of " Buttons," 
" Pricklowes " and "le Townefield " in W. Many other small parcels 
of land in W., and 19 Feb. 18 James on marriage between Henry S. of 
G-ray's Inn his 2nd son and Mary, one of the daughters and heirs 
apparent of Charles Pressey of Bishopstowne, co. Wilts, settled on 
himself for life, then on Henry his son and Mary the son's wife for 
survivor, their heirs, remainder to Henry Shelley, eldest son of afore- 
said Thomas Shelley, remainder to Thomas S., 2nd son of Thos. S., 
remainder right heirs of Henry S. the son. H. S. seized of manor of 
Sullington, manor and farm of Cobden in Findon and S., advowson of 
S., lands and tenements in Bowford, " Juppes " and "Buttons meade " in 
Warminghurst, and 1 Dec. 19 James settled on Mary his daughter after 
his death. H. S. seized of Manor of Muntham alias Mundham. 
Ambrose, James and Henry his sons, and Mary his daughter, are living 
at Horsham. 

932. 

EICHAED SHELLEY, gent. Vol. 417, No. 32. 

Horsham, 27 Sept. 1 Charles. Died 15 Dec. 1623. 

Heir, son John Shelley, gent., aged 17 years and no more at 
father's death. 

Lands. Long before death of E. S. a certain Edward Darkenall 
was seized of " Shyngells," " Hernland alias Serlond," and "Edes" in 
Etchingfield alias Hytchingfield, late parcel of manor of Sullington, 
and conveyed and assured them to R. S. and Joan his wife for lives, 
remainder to heirs of E. S. K. S. died. Joan now seized, living at 
Itchingfield. John Feest also conveyed " Forwells alias Sharpenhurst " 
to E.. S. and Joan his wife. Joan survives. 

933. 

JOHN SHELLEY, knt. and bart. Vol. 616, No. 18. 

Horsham, 21 April 18 Charles. Died 20 Nov. last. 

Heir, grandson Charles Shelley, now bart., eldest son of Sir William 
Shelley, deceased, son of Sir J. S., aged 5 years 3 months 3 days. 

Lands. Manor of Michelgrove and lands belonging settled Trinity 
4 Chas. to the use of himself, then to Lady Jane Shelley his wife, and 
afterwards to the use of William Shelley, then esq. and afterwards 
knt., and his heirs male, with remainder to John Shelley, gent., then 
2nd son of Sir J. S. He was also seized of the manors of Clapham, 
Knell, Applesham, Combes, Patching, etc., and by deed 20 March 
11 Chas. settled this estate. 



204 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

934. 

ROBEBT SHEPHEED. Vol. 175, Nos. 77 and 78. 

E. G., 23 May 18 Eliz. Died at Peaamarsh 9 Nov. 17 Eliz. 

Heir, sou Alexander Shepherd, aged 20 on 6 April last before his 
father's death. 

Lauds in Peasmarsh, Sedlescombe, Brede, Ewhurst, Rye, TJdimore, 
etc., in Sussex, Tenterden, Blackmanstone, and Margate, Kent. Made 
will last Oct. 17 Eliz. wife Agnes her father Thomas Burchett, 
deceased sons Alexander and Robert das. Elizabeth, Martha, Mary, 
and Bridget mention of John Shepherd, late of Gruestling, and his 
sons John, Robert, and Richard grants two tenements, each of two 
chambers, in Peasmarsh to his son Alexander and his heirs for the use 
of three or four poor people of Peasmarsh. 

935. 

WILLIAM SHEAPHEED, esq. Vol. 536, No. 28. 

Battell, 22 Sept. 12 Charles. Died 8 June 10 Charles at Battersey, 
co. Surrey. 

Heir, son Richard S., esq., aged 24 and more. 

Lands. Prebendal manor of Peasmarsh and lands in P., manor of 
Tillingham in P., manor of Playden in Playden, a messuage and appurts. 
in Peasmarsh, " Whitpotts " and " Elringtons " in Peasmarsh, another 
messuage, etc., in Peasmarsh, late in occupation of John Sheapherd, 
another messuage, etc., in P. in occupation of John Message, 
" Creeches " in Peasmarsh, a windmill in Rye. 

936. 

SIE RICHAED SHEELET, knt. Vol. 67, No. 91. 

Chichester, 2 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 16 Nov. 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son William Sherley, aged 42 years and more. 

Lands. Manor of Westneston (Wiston) and advowson, with 
remainder if s.p. to Thos. S., brother of said Richard, remainder to 
Sir Ralph S. and his heirs for ever by gift of Sir Ralph S., knt., father 
of said Richard, also manor of Heene and Lancing settled on Elizth., 
wife of said Sir Richard, for life. 

937. 

THOMAS SHUELET, esq. Vol. 75, No. 67. 

Writ dated 4 Feb. 37 Hen. VIII. Top illegible but 38 

Hen. VIII. Thomas Shurley of West Grinsted, esq. Died 28 April 
36 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Francis Shyrley, esq., who on 30 Jan. 36 Hen. VIII. was 
21 years old and more. 

Lands. Manor of Bodyngton, Howe Court, etc. After his death 
premises descended to Francis Shurley, esq., his son and heir. T. S. 
seized of other lands, etc. Will dated 28 April 36 Hen. VIII. Eliza- 
beth ray wife next heyre Francis to William my son all my land in 
Slafham called " Slutt" and land I bought of my cosen Belhouse when 
21, wife to have profit meanwhile. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 205 

938. 

WILLIAM SHEBLET, esq. Vol. 94, No. 76. 

Lewes, 5 Oct. 5 Edw. VI. Died 28 May last. 

Heir, son Thomas S., aged 9 years 2 weeks 5 days. 

Lands. Manor of Westmeston alias Wiston and advowson of 
church, manor of Heene, " Fawknors " in Asherst, other lands in 
Wiston, " Townhouse " in Ashehurst. Made will 18 March 1551 
(5 Edw. VI.) wife Mary Sherley Dame Elizth. Sherley, my mother- 
in-lawe Sir Richard Sherley my father my daughter Elizabeth S. 
sons Thomas and Anthony S. (2nd son), manor of Wodensill, co. 
Bucks, farms in Agmondesham and Little Mussenden my brother 
and sisters Edward S., Frances S., and Jane S. On 28 June 
17 Hen. VIII. the manors of Chiltington Slaughter alias Slenger 
and Eryngham alias Brues Barnes were settled on Elizabeth, wife of 
Richard Sherley of Wiston, esq., father of W. S., for life. Elizabeth 
survives. 

939. 

FBANCIS SHEBLET, esq. Vol. 183, No. 65. 

Lewes, 9 Sept. 20 Eliz. Died 24 March 20 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas Sherley, esq., aged 21 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Bodington in Wiston, " Courtlandes," "Paynes 
Fields," "Tucknames," "West Grinstead House," "the Park," etc., 
in West Grinstead, messuages, etc., in Horsham, Lancing, and 
Steyning, and the manor of Hatherley in Maberton, co. Somerset. 

940. 

THOMAS SHIBLET, esq., of West Grinstead. Vol. 292, No. 153. 

E. G., 31 Aug. 4 James. Died 20 May last. 

Coheirs, daughters Cecily, now wife of Sir George Snelling, 
aged 19 and more (married 12 May last), and Barbara Shirley, 
aged 18 and more. 

Lands. Manor and advowson of West Grinstead, " Courtlands " 
and " Paynes fields " and other lands in West Grinstead, messuage, 
etc., in Lancing which 6 Aug. 41 Eliz. he settled to uses of his last 
will. Made will 14 May 1606 daughters Sisley Sherley and Barbara 
Sherley. Philippa the widow survives. 

941. 

THOMAS SHEBLEY, esq. Vol. 746, No. 92. 

Lewes, 12 Sept. 15 Chas. Died last Feb. 12 Chas. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 30 and more. 

Lands." Blackbrooks," " Chatfields," " Tybalds," and " Nylands 
alias Northlands " in Westmeston, messuages and lands in Wightden 
alias Wigden and Patcham settled (with Elizabeth his wife) 2 May 
19 James on the marriage of Thomas S. his son and heir with Eliza- 
beth, only daughter of Drew Stapley of St. Saviour's, Southwark, gent, 



206 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

942. 

STEPHEN SnoETEiDa, gent. Vol. 607, No. 91. 

Chichester, 23 Sept. 16 Chas. Date of death not given. 

Name and age of heir not given. 

Lands. William Shortred, clerk, father of S. S., on 1 March 
13 Chas. settled "Freeland alias Threeles land" in Sillington, Storring- 
ton, and Thakeham, and lands in St. Pancras and Oving on himself for 
life, remainder to his das. now living, Sarah, wife of Win. Cox, clerk, 
Prebend Residentiary of Chichester, and Secunda, wife of Francis 
Hooke, gent., remainder to his heirs. 

943. 

JOHN SHEEVE or SHEEIP (SHEET), clerk and gent. Vol. 224, 
No. 42, and Vol. 231, No. 87. 

Alf riston, 17 June 32 Eliz. Died at Worth about Nov. 5 Edw. VI. 

Heir, brother Guy Shreve, aged 30 and more. 

Lands in Metching called "Sternham," lands in Lindfield, moiety of 
manors of Bramblety and Laverty, and moiety of messuage and lands 
called " Pickstones " in E. G. James Pickes and others have received 
profits of Brambletye and Lavertye. John At Ree, Anthony Morley, 
and Dionysius Bartlett have received profits of lands in Lindfield. 
John Monke and Stephen Boorde have received profits of lands in 
Fletching since his death. 

944. 

G-EOEGE SHUDD, yeo. Vol. 739, No. 48. 
E. G., 1 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 4 March 14 Charles. 
Heir, eldest son George, aged 14 years 10 months 13 days. 
Lands in W. G. called "Ushudds" and "Betfords." Will quoted. 
John Shudd, youngest son brother John Shudd. 

945. 

THOMAS SHTJELET of Isfield, esq. Vol. 191, No. 101. 

Lewes, 13 July 22 Eliz. Died at Lewes 18 Jan. 21 Eliz. 

Heir, son John Shurley, aged 10 years 8 months 28 days. 

Lands. Manor of Isfield, reversion of manor of Woorthe in Little 
Horsted, manor of Crawley, lands called " Tilgates," manor of Ifield. 
On 10 Dec. 18 Eliz. he settled a part on his marriage with Ann Wroth, 
daughter of Thomas Wroth, knt. She is still living at Enfield in 
Middlesex, s.p. George S. and Judith S., children of T. S. 

946. 

JOHN SHUELET, sergt.-at-law. Vol. 355, No. 63. 
Petworth, 10 Dec. 14 James. Died 2 Oct. 14 James at Lewes. 
Heir, son John Shurley, esq., aged 16 years 9 months 20 days. 
Lands. " Grey Friars " and the " Wishe " in Lewes, etc., property 
in Ringmer called " Hasselham," etc. On 18 March 8 James made 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 207 

deed to Whittingham Woodd of Bromley, esq., to use of his wife 
Frances. Seized of manor of Broad water. Frances survives. 

947. 

JOHN SHTJRLET, esq. Vol. 471, No. 73. 

Shoreham, 18 Jan. 7 Charles. Died 3 Oct. last at Lewes. 

Heir, only son John S., gent., aged (10 or) 11 years 3 months. 

Lands. Reversion after death of Frances (still living), widow of 
John Shurley, sergeant-at-law (father of J. S.), who died at Lewes 2 Oct. 
14 James, of "Grey Friars " in Lewes, " the Swannes nest," the " Wish," 
and a messuage near Greyfriars, " le Moore " and other lands in Lewes 
and Eingmer, " Hasselham " in R., portion of tithes of " Howndeane " 
and " Smithwike " in St. Mary Westout, Lewes, " Ashcombe " in Falmer, 
lands in St. John sub Castro, Barcombe and Plumpton settled on her 
for life 18 March 8 James. J. S. also seized of manor and advowson 
of Broadwater, and 20 July 19 James settled on himself for life and 
then on Judith his wife for life, then on their heirs male. Judith 
survives at Charing, co. Kent. J. S. also seized of broken down chapel, 
etc., in Wogham in Hamsey. 

948. 

JOHN SHUKLEY of Isfield, knt. Vol. 471, No, 70. 

Shoreham, 18 Jan. 7 Charles. Died 25 April last s.p. male. 

Coheirs, daughters Jane Covert, aged 28, wife of William Covert, 
knt. ; Elizabeth Palmer, aged 25, wife of Thos. Palmer, Bart. ; Charity 
Rivers, aged 24, wife of James Rivers, esq. ; Anne Overbury, aged 23, 
wife of Giles Overbury, knt. ; Mary Doyley, aged 22, wife of John 
Doyley, esq. ; and William Sornervile, esq., aged 2 years 4 months, son 
and heir of Cicely S., widow of Wm. S., knt., which Cicely was another 
daughter and coheir, now deceased. 

Lands. " Millmoores," " Blundens farm," " Bettings " in Isfield, 
" le Ham " in Barcombe, " le Eyes," parcel of " le Marvells " in 
Barcombe. By deed 15 Dec. 1 Chas. between himself and others, " for 
love to his heirs male," and to Robert Shurley, eldest son of George 
Shurley, knt., Lord Chief Justice in Ireland, brother of J. H., and the 
heirs male of Robert Shurley, Pelham S., Arthur S., George S., 
Thomas S. and Henry S., gents., sons of George S. aforesaid, and John 
Shurley of Lewes, esq., son and heir of John Shurley, esq., sergt. at 
law, deceased, conveyed to trustees for use of self, heirs male, remainder 
to Robert S. and his heirs male, remainder to Pelham, Arthur, 
George, Thomas, Henry, and John S., remainder to right heirs of J. S. 
Also seized of manor of Isfield and manors of Worth and Homeplace 
in Little Horsted, " Cookes " in Laughton, land in Steyning, and by 
deed 23 April last granted them to use of himself and Dorothy his 
wife, and if s.p. male then as above. 

949. 

JOHN SHUBLET, gent., son and heir of John Shurley, esq., deceased. 
Vol. 570, No. 147, 



208 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lewes, 6 Sept. 14 Charles. Died 26 Aug. 1637. 

Heir, sister Frances Shurley, aged 15 years 1 month 15 days. 

Lands. Inq. at Shoreham 18 Jan. 7 Charles on John Shurley, his 
father, quoted. Trances Shurley his grandmother and Judith Shurley 
his mother are still alive. 

950. 

EICHARD SHURLOCK of Pulborough, yeo. Vol. 172, No. 130. 
E. G., 17 Jan. 17 Eliz. Died 29 May 16 Eliz. 
Heir, son Eobert Shurlock, yeo., aged 11. 

Lands. Tenement or farm called "Lighe," with lands and appur- 
tenances in Pulborough. 

951. 

SIR PHILIP'SIDNET, only son of Sir Henry Sidney, K.Gr. Vol. 219, 
No. 53. 

E. Gr., 6 July 30 Eliz. Died 17 Oct. 28 Eliz. at Arneham, Lower 
Germany. 

Heir, daughter Elizabeth Sydney, aged 2 years 8 months 18 days 
at Inq. Eobert Sydney is brother of said Sir P. S. and next heir male, 
aged 23 and more, and inherits remainder of property manor and 
monastery of Eobertsbridge, manors of Easton and Halden. Frances 
Sydney, the widow of Sir P. S., survives. 

Lands. Sir William Sidney, grandfather of Sir P. S., and Agnes 
his wife were seized by grant 8 June 31 Hen. VIII. from the King of 
the Abbey and Monastery of Eobertsbridge, manors of Madersham, 
Possingworth, Wodroffe and Werd, Eectories of Udimore and Sale- 
hurst and lands in Hants, and also lands in counties of Lincoln, 
Northampton, Eutland and Kent which caine to him as to one-fifth as 
a coheir of Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. These descended to Sir 
Henry Sidney his son (father of Sir P. S.), who was also seized of 
manors of Penshurst and Halden and lands in Leigh, co. Kent, and of 
manor of Michelmersh, co. Hants. He 2 Aug. 23 Eliz. settled portions 
on his sons Philip, Eobert and Thomas, and 24 July 26 Eliz. made 
further settlements on the marriage of his son Sir P. S. with Frances, 
only daughter of Sir Francis Walsingham, knt. Sir Henry Sidney 
made will 8 Jan. 24 Eliz. and died 5 May 28 Eliz. Lady Mary his 
widow survived him. Sir P. S. made will at Arneham in Lower Germany 
last Sept. 28 Eliz. 1586 and died there 17 Oct. 28 Eliz. 

952. 

WILLIAM SLUTTER of Annyndon, yeo. Vol. 85, No. 43. 

Steyning, 3 Oct. 1 Edw. VI. Died 10 Nov. 38 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John Slutter, aged 27 and more. 

Lands. One-fourth part of demesne lands of manor of Annyndon 
in Annyndon, Bothelffs, co. Sussex, two messuages and land called 
" Faggs " and lls. 2d. rent, " Penlond" in West Grinstead, etc. Alice 
Hunt, daughter and heir of John Hunt of Clapham, yeo., deceased, 
seized of messuage, etc., and laud called " Hunts " in Worthing in 
Brodewater, and messuage, etc., called " Hunts " in Worthing, married 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 209 

"W. S., had issue John Slutter and died. W. S. also seized of 
" Campyons " in Stenyng, " G-orys " in West Preston, near Arundel, 
settled them on Jane Hunt of Ashurst, widow, on marriage with her. 
They were married at Buttolfs and Jane survives. W. S. also seized 
of other lands in Steyning, Thakeham, and Bramber. Made will and 
left to sons Richard and William. 



953. 

HENRY SLYFELD, esq. Vol. 263, No. 99. 
E. G., 27 April 43 Eliz. Died 15 Oct. 40 Eliz. 
Heir, son Edmund, aged 19 on 22 April last. 
Lands. " Holtlands " in Bolney. 

954. 

WILLIAM SMYTH, gent. Vol. 394, No. 14. 

Petworth, 26 Sept. 20 James. Died 18 May 18 James. 

Heir, only daughter Mary, aged 2 years on 5 March last. 

Lands. William Smyth of Binderton, gent., father of W. S., 
seized of manor of Bowly in Pagham on 7 May 17 James, settled it on 
marriage of W. S. with Mary, daughter of John May of Rauhgmer, 
gent., 1,000, being her portion. Mary survives at Rawrnere. 

955. 

WILLIAM SMYTH, gent. Vol. 407, No. 73. 

Petworth, 1 Sept. 22 James. Died 14 Feb. last. 

Heir, granddaughter Mary Smyth (viz., daughter of William, eldest 
son of W. S., deceased), aged 3 years .... 9 days. 

Lands. Manor and farm of Bowley in Pagham settled 7 May 
17 James on marriage of William Smyth of the Middle Temple, his 
eldest son, and Mary, eldest daughter of John May of Rawmere, gent., 
lease of " Charlockes " and " Mondaces," part of said manor made by 
W. S. to Richard Smyth and Anthony Smyth, sons of W. S. the elder, 
for 100 years excepted. Wm. S., junr., and Mary had issue only 
daughter Mary, and Wm. died on 18 May 18 James and Mary survived. 
Mary, only da., aged 2 months 13 days at her father's death. W. S. 
seized of manor of Binderton, and on 7 May 17 James settled on self, 
Wm. S. his eldest son, and his heirs, remainder to right heirs. 
Thomas S., 2nd son of W. S., alive, aged 23 at father's death. 

956. 

JOHN SMITH. Vol. 566, No. 21. 

Shoreham, 5 April 12 Charles. Died 20 June last. 

Heirs, Adam Racton, William Peake, and William Smith are 
cousins and heirs, all over age. 

Lands in Pagham and West Angmering. Made will 14 May last 
left to John Smith, younger son of William Smith of Stopham, and 
Henry Smith, another son of William Smith. 

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210 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

957. 

THOMAS SMITH of Wassells, gent. Vol. 607, No. 97. 

Petworth, 13 April 17 Chas. Died 10 Dec. last. 

Heir, son Francis Smith, aged 9 years 8 months 7 days. 

Lands. . . . . manor of Iburnow alias Eburnow. On .... Nov. 
15 Jas. at Kirdford with Jane his wife made settlement .... Mar- 
garet, widow of John Smith, father of T. S Joseph Smith 

living at Kirdford. 

958. 

THOMAS SNELLINGE. Vol. 126, No. 133. 

Steyning, 27 Sept. 2 Elizabeth. Died 24 Jan. 1 Elizabeth. 

Heir? 

Lands. Site of manor of Portslade, messuage and garden in P., 
late in tenure of Joan Snelling his mother, and lands in P., late belonging 
to John Siielling his brother. 

959. 

GEOBGE SNELLING, knt. Vol. 366, No. 186. 

E. G., 6 June 15 James. Died 15 April last at West Grinstead. 

Heir, son Shirley, aged 10 years. 

Lands. Gr. S. in right of Cecily his wife seized of manor and 
advowson of West Grinstead and of " Paynes fyelds," " West Grinstead 
House," " le olde Parke," " le Newe Parke," and Hilary 9 James settled 
on themselves for life and after on Sherley Snelling their sou, 
remainder to right heirs of Cecily. Gr. S. seized of premises in West 
Grinstead, and 25 Nov. 12 James settled on himself and wife for 
longer liver, then to son Sherley S. G. S. also seized of portion of 
tithes in May field, and 10 Nov. 8 James settled on Margaret his 
mother, widow of Richard Snelling, esq., his father, for life, with 
remainder to self. G. S. also seized of " Beedings New Parke " in 
Beeding alias Seale, " Aylwins alias Aliens," and " Griffins " in West 
Grinstead, left to Sherley his son, paying his daughters Margaret S. 
and Philippe S. certain sums at 21 Cecily S. Margaret, widow of 
Richard S. Margaret S. and Philippe S. survive. 

960. 

LADY CECILY SNELLING, late wife of Sir George S. of West 
Grinstead. Vol. 509, No. 24. 

Shoreham, 27 March 10 Charles. Died 14 March 3 Charles at 
West Grinstead. 

Heir, only son Shirley S., aged 20 years 11 months. 

Lands. Sir George Snelling and Cicely were seized in right f 
said Cecily of manor and advowson of West Grinstead, capital mes- 
suage, " Ould Parke" and "Newe Parke" in West Grinstead, etc., 
and by fine Hil. 9 James, and by deed 3 Feb. 9 James conveyed to 
selves for lives, and then to Shirley S. their eldest son, remainder to 
other sons. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 211 

961. 

STEPHEN SOMNER. Vol. 379, No. 80. 
E. G., 1 Dec. 18 James. Died 26 March last at Hellingly. 
Heir, son John, aged 10 years 9 months 6 days. 
Lands. Property in Hellingly and Hailsham. Made will 3 March 
last left some to his younger son Stephen. 



962. 

WILLIAM SONE of "Walderton. Vol. 275, No. 293. 

Horeham, 15 June 18 Eliz. Died 26 May 13 Eliz. 

Heir, son Walter Sone, who was 8 years old on 3 Dec. 13 Eliz. 

Lands. Manor of Upmarden, with appurts. in TJpmarden, Borne, 
Harting, North wodde and West Marden, and tenement, etc., etc., 
called " Alexanders " in Walderton. 



963. 

WALTER SOANE of Cocking, yeo. Vol. 324, No. 141. 
E. G., 22 May 9 James. Died 14 Oct. 1596. 
Heir, son Thomas, who was 2 L on 10 Oct. last. 
Lands. " Alexanders alias Cades " in Walderton. Made will and 
left to Thomas Soane his son. 

964. 

THOMAS SONE of Walderton, yeo. Vol. 496, No. 116. 

Shoreham, 14 Aug. 9 Charles. Died 1 May last. 

Heir, eldest son Wood Sone, aged 8 years 6 months 20 days. 

Lands. Manor of Walderton in Stoughton, bought of Adrian 
Stoughton, esq., and John Tompson, gent., and manor of Walderdon, 
bought of Hugh Speke, esq., and Mathew Woodward, gent. By deed 
24 April 9 Charles for 400 19*. granted to Bartholomew Sone of 
Havant at rent of 20s. Agnes the widow survives. 



965. 

WILLIAM, late EARL of SOUTHAMPTON. Vol. 70, No. 28. 

E. G., 19 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII. Died 14 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. 

Coheirs, great-nephew Godfrey Fuljambe, gent., aged 16 and more, 
son and heir of Alice, wife of James Fuljambe, knt., and one of the 
daughters and heirs of Thomas Fitzwilliams. and niece Margaret, wife 
of Godfrey Fuljambe, esq., aged 30 and more, and one of daughters and 
heirs of said Thomas Fitzwilliam, brother and heir of said Earl. 

Lands. William, late Earl of Southampton, was seized of Priory of 
Esseborne, lands in E., Midhurst, Kerford, North Chappell, Chidding- 
fold, Farnhurst, Lynch and Lodsworth, manors of Midhurst, Cowdray, 
Esseborne, Rustyndon, and 30 July 1 Hen. VIII. settled on himself 
and Lady Mabel, then his wife, and their heirs, remainder to Anthony 

p 2 



212 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Browne, knt., brother of said late Earl, aud his heirs male, remainder 
to Thomas Fitz Williams alias Fysher, bastard son of said late Earl, 
remainder to John Fitzwilliams, son and heir of William Fitzwilliams, 
late of Masborough, co. York, and heirs male, remainder right heirs. 
William, late E. of S., was also seized of manor of Hayshot, settled upon 
himself and Mabel for life, then on Thomas Fitzwilliams alias Fisher, 
then on Anthony Browne, knt., then on John Fitzwilliams, then on right 
heirs. Mabel survives. Trustees were seized of Abbeys of Begham 
alias Beigham and Calceto, and manors of Begham alias B., Calceto, 
Sulham and Bourne for Lady Lucy Browne, mother of said late Earl, 
who on 20 Aug. -1531 made will left to said late Earl and Anthony 
Browne, knt., by name of William F. and Anthony B. my sons. The 
King gave Priory of Shulbred to him, etc., lands in Offyngton, formerly 
part of possessions of Abbot of Wanteley, co. Surrey. 



966. 

JOHN SPATCHURST. Vol. 350, No. 25. 

Horsham, 27 Sept. 13 James. Died 2 Feb. 9 James at West 
Grinstead. 

Heir, son John, aged 19 years 2 months and more. 
Lands in West Grinstead. 



967. 

HABBEBT SPBINGETT, gent. Vol. 380, No. 118. 

Petworth, last Aug. 18 James. Died 7 May last. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas Springett, gent., aged 30 and more atlnq. 

Lands. H. S. 7 Oct. 13 Jas. settled " Pagescroft," "le Wish," 
" Southmead," " Parkfield " and " John Aleas " and " Chambers Wish,' T 
" Spoonefield," " Clarkeland " in Laughton, " le Moore Park " in Kingmer 
on Thomas Springett his first son for life, after on Mary, wife of said 
Thomas, as jointure, and after her death " Moore Park " to Herbert S., 
son aud heir of said Thomas aud heirs male, remainder to said Thomas 
and his heirs, remainder to Harbert Springett, younger son of H. S., 
and the remainder of premises to said Thomas and his heirs for ever. 
H. S. also seized of " Broile place " and lands called " le Slip " and 
" Holmefield " in Riugmer, and lands in Laughton. Also of reversion 
after death of Margaret Waters, now wife of Thomas Waters, gent., 
and formerly wife of Wm. Aneston, of lands, etc., called " Tilton " or 
"Great Tilton" in Cattesfield, also "Northland," " Chapmans," 
" Morespickes " and " Engrams " in Hoo. Margaret Waters is still 
alive. H. S. also seized of 2 messuages in St. Peter and St. Mary 
Westout, Lewes, one called " Shermans " and the other " Huntshall," 
also manor of Fresingham alias Frencham in Rolvenden alias Rown- 
den, co. Kent, "Martam Hill," " Potmans," " Harpe," etc., in Rolven- 
den and Wittersham. By will 30 Oct. 1617 (15 James) to son 
Thomas S. lands in Sussex and Kent, except lands and tenements in 
Lewes, which I purchased of Richard Smith, deceased. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 2l3 

968. 

HAEBEET SPBINGET of Eingmere, gent. Vol. 397, Nos. 13 
and 27. 

Petworth, 6 June 21 James. Died 17 May 1622 at Eingmer. 

Heir, son William, aged 2 and more at Inq. 

Lands. " Wickham" in Iklesham, "Highmills," "Natalies Crofts," 
" Cubitt or Keppett lands " and " Lords Wood " in Iklesham, " Black- 
lands " in I., parcel of said farm, lands in Eingmer. 

969. 

THOMAS SPBINGETT, knt. Vol. 701, No. 6. 

E. Gr., 23 July 16 Charles. Died 17 Sept. 15 Charles. 

Heir, son Herbert Springett, esq., aged 24. 

Lands. " Stokehouse " and."Leadam alias Leydham hill" in 
Grestling and a mansion house in Icklesham, half of " Gratehurst" and 
" Carters " in Pett and Farleigh, also " Tilton " in Catsfield, " Chap- 
mans " and " Moorespiches " in Hoo, and by deed 24 June 10 Chas. 
covenanted to stand seized for use of Herbert Springett his son and 
heir for life, and after for Barbara Campion, one of the daughters of 
Sir Win. C., knt., and now wife of said Herbert, remainder to their 
heirs male. Sir T. S. also seized of farm of " Southeese with Heigh- 
ten," lands and tenements in Eingmer called " Holmefield," " le Slype," 
" Moore Parke " in Eingmer, " Chambers wishe," " John Alee " and 
" le Archreede " in Laughton to self and Lady Mary S. his wife for life 
(except "Moore Parke"), also seized of Broyle place, half manor of 
Kingston Bowcy alias K. Bowsey, etc. Mary the widow survives. 

970. 

ANTHONY SPEOTT. Vol. 310, No. 17, Vol. 333, No. 6, Vol. 338, 
Nos. 2 and 9. 

New Shoreham, 16 Jan. 7 James. Died 15 April 6 James in 
London. 

Heir, son Jereniias S., aged 15 years 4 months 8 days. 

Lands. "Smalehill" in Beckley and Bread, "Hayes alias Hayes 
Yeard," " Ludleys alias Ludleys Yeard " in Beckley and Peasmarsh, 
" Fynches," near Spitlestreet in Beckley, " Seligh alias Seeleys " in 
B. and P., " Le White lambe," near Watling Street in St. Mary 
Aldermary's, London. 

971. 

JOHN STAKEE of Clymping, yeo. Vol. 326, No. 21. 

E. G-., 15 July 10 James. Died 8 April last. 

Heir, son John Staker, aged about 27. 

Lands. Messuage, barn, garden and land in Ilesham and Clymp- 
ing, late belonging to the Hospital of Holy Trinity in Arundel, now 
dissolved. 

972. 

JOHN STAKES. Vol. 536, No. 22. 

Horsham, 1 Nov. 12 Charles. Died 4 Aug. last. 



214 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Heir, son John S., aged 7 years 3 months. 

Lands. Messuage and appurts. in Ilsham and Climpinge. By deed 
1 Nov. 4 Charles he enfeoffed John Magewick and Clement Tapper to 
use of J. S. and Elizabeth his wife for life, then for heirs by Elizabeth, 
remainder to Eleanor Staker, one of daughters of J. S., remainder to 
Elizabeth S., eldest daughter of J. S., remainder to John Magewicke, 
son of John Magewick and Elizabeth Tapper, daughter of Clement 
Tupper. Elizabeth, widow of J. S., survives. 

973. 

JOHN STAKER, son and heir of John Staker, deceased. Vol. 548, 
No. 16. 

Arrondell, 14 Dec. 13 Charles. Died 29 Oct. last. 

Heir, sister Jane Staker also heir of John and Elizabeth aged 
7 years 3 months. 

Lands. John Staker, the father of J. S., was seized of messuage 
and appurtenances in Ilsham and Climpiuge, and by deed 1 Nov. 
4 Charles with John Magewick and Clement Tupper enfeoffed them 
to use of himself, Elizabeth his wife for survivor, then for heirs of John 
and Elizabeth, remainder to Eleanor Staker, one of the daughters of 
said John, remainder to Elizabeth Staker, eldest daughter of said John, 
remainder to John Magewicke, son of John Magewicke, and to Eliza- 
beth Tupper, daughter of Clement Tupper. 

974. 

JOHN STANDEN, yeo. Vol. 326, No. 42. 
E. G-., 15 July 10 James. Died last Jan. 9 James. 
Heir, son Thomas Standen, aged 8 on 24 March last. 
Lands. Capital messuage and 60 acres in Clymping. 

975. 

THOMAS STANDEN, yeo. Vol. 578, No. 19. 
Petworth, 23 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 28 May last. 
Heir, eldest son John (age not known) . 

Lands. Messuage and 60 acres land in Clympinge, 1 tenement 
and 7 acres in Tapton, 10 acres land in "Walberton. 

976. 

THOMAS STANLEY, esq. Vol. 579, No. 56. 

E. G-., 2 Oct. 15 Charles. Died 13 Aug. last. 

Heir, only son Richard S., gent., aged 4 years 6 months 19 days. 

Lands. " Lee " in Fittleworth and Stopham, and by deed 2 Feb. 
7 Charles between self (1), Richard Baughe, gent., and John Scale, 
yeo. (2), Constance Eumney, daughter of Richard Rumney of Twin- 
inge, co. OHos., gent., deceased, conveyed to 2nd parties in considera- 
tion of marriage between himself and Constance Rumney. T. S. also 
seized of messuage and land near Lymborne in Fittleworth and 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 215 

''Browns," "Bryants." and "Fishams" in Stopham, 2 messuages 
and lands in Lower Fittleworth, and by deed 20 July last conveyed 
" Browns," " Bryants," aud " Fishams " to his daughter Anne 
Stanley after his death and remainder to uses of his will. Anne S. 
then a minor. T. S. seized of " le Swann " in Millmeade in F., 
" Chambers," " Coates Meade " and " Hesworth Meade " in F., 
a neadow in Stopham, fulling mill in F., etc., and by deed 20 July 
last conveyed to trustees for payment of debts and legacies to Dorothy 
Stinley his daughter. Also seized of "Dorones" in F., "Great 
Vjnars " in Twyning, co. Glos. Constance, Ann S., and Dorothy S. 
are still living. 

977. 

JOHN STANNEY of Eston, esq. Vol. 97, No. 97. 
Lewes, 20 Oct. 6 Edw. VI. Died 20 March 6 Edw. VI.. 
Heir, son William, aged 24 and more at Inq. 

Lands at " Greeuefield " and "Menscroft" in Sidlesham, also in 
Eston, East Wittering, and Selsea. 

978. 

WILLIAM STANNYE. Vol. 148, No. 16, and Vol. 162, No. 182. 
Chichester, 27 April 10 Eliz. Died 28 Sept. 9 Eliz. 
Heir, son Richard Stannye, aged 13 years 8 months at Inq. 
Lands in Sidlesham, Eston, East and West Wittering and Birdham, 
" Goldsmythes " in Eston. 

979. 

RICHABD STANLEY, esq. Vol. 279, No. 374. 
Arundel, 4 Aug. 42 Eliz. Died 20 Feb. last. 
Heir, son Richard, aged 19 years and 8 months. 
Lands. " Goldsmithes " and " Eston " in Eston. 

980. 

JOHN STANSFIELD, gent. Vol. 438, No. 127. 

E. G., 30 Oct. 3 Charles. Died 9 March 3 Charles at Lewes. 

Heir, only daughter Eleanor, aged 28 and more. 

Lands. Messuage in Cliffe, manor and advowson of Denton, 
messuage and land in Eckington alias Ripe, Rectory of South Mai- 
ling, messuage and land called " South Mawling," manor of North- 
stock, " Poulspetch " in Shipley, messuages and land in Pemsey 
and Hoo, and on 1 Dec. 2 Charles by deed with Richard 
Evelyn of Wotton, Surrey, esq., and Eleanor his wife, daughter and 
heir apparent of J. S., and George E., John E., and Richard E., 
sons of Richard E. and Eleanor his wife, his grandchildren, 
covenanted to stand seized for them after his death. J. S. made will 
23 Jan. 2 Charles at Lewes, and left to Jane then his wife for life and 
after to Evelyns. Jane his widow, Richard Evelyn, and Eleanor his 
daughter still alive. 



216 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

981. 

RICHARD STAPLEY of Twineham, gent. Vol. 85, No. 68. 

Bramber, 8 Aug. 1 Edward VI., before John Staple, esq. Died 
28 Nov. 38 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John, aged 43 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Twineham, messuage, etc., in Buxted, and by 
deed dated 10 Oct. 37 Hen. VIII. enfeoffed John Hever and Ninian 
"Warde to re-enfeoff said R. S. and John his son and heirs of Join, 
which they did 20 Nov. 37 Hen. VIII. 

982. 

WILLIAM STAPLEY of Twineham, gent. Vol. 270, No. 131. 

E. G-., last June 44 Eliz. Died 3 April last. 

Heir, son John, aged 40 years and more. 

Lands. Seized of manor of Twineham with appurts. in T., Portslade, 
and Hurst, messuage and land called " Hickstead " to himself for life 
with remainder to son John for life, remainder to John, son of John 
and his heirs male, remainder to Thos. S., brother of John, remainder 
to Drew S., another brother of John, remainder to right heirs of 
John S., father of W. S., for ever. 

983. 

ANTHONY STAPLEY, esq. Vol. 291, No. 96. 

Lewes, 2 May 4 James. Died 13 March last. 

Heir, son Anthony, aged 15 years 6 months and more. 

Lands. Manor of Lampham in Pevensey and Mancksey, lands 
called " Blackforde " in Hurstmonceux and Watling, " Hogmans " in 
same parishes, " Beckingtons " in Heyfield, co. Sussex, " Nettlesworth " 
in H., " Milkehurst " in H., " Courthorarn alias Horam " in Hurst- 
monceux, farm of " Wyke alias Upwike " in Preston and Hove, manor 
of Brodmerston, co. Somerset. 

984. 

JOHN STAPLEY of Twineham, gent. Vol. 302, No. 93. 

E. GK, 17 June 6 James. Died 7 Dec. 4 James. 

Heir, son John Stapley, aged 17 years 9 months. 

Lands. Manor of Twineham with appurts. in T. and Hurst, 
capital messuage and lands called " Hicksted " and " Puryland " in 
Twineham. Was seized for life, with remainder to his son John 
Stapley and heirs male, remainder to J. S. and heirs male, remainder 
to Thos. S., brother of J. S., and his heirs male, remainder to Drew S., 
another brother of J. S., remainder to right heirs of William S., 
father of J. S., by charter of said William dated 15 Feb. 43 Eliz. 

985. 

DREW STAPLEY, esq. Vol. 741, No. 143. 
Lewes, 12 Sept. 15 Chas. Died 1 Dec. 13 Chas. 
Heir, only daughter Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Sherley, esq., aged 
26 and more at father's death. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Lands. Three messuages aud land in Crawiey and Ifield, three 
messuages, etc., and land in Chittingleigh, one messuage, barns, etc., 
and land called " Pephurst alias Pubhurst," part of manor of Drunge- 
wick in Wisboro Green, and the little Park of Worth, land in 
Worth, and 18 small messuages in Kent Street in St. George's, 
Southwark, and a messuage in Guildeford, co. Surrey. 

986. 

JOHN STAPLEY, esq. Vol. 581, No. 124, and Vol. 595, No. 96. 

E. G., 5 June 15 Chas. Died last Jan. last. 

Heir, son Anthony, aged 18 years 9 months. 

Lands. Manor of Twynem, " Hicksted " iu Twynem, manor of 
Leigh in Cuckfield and " Culpeppers " in Southwiek. By fine levied 
Michs. 10 James between Samuel Boys, esq., and Drew Stapley, gent., 
querents, and said J. S., deforciant, settled to use of J. S. for life, 
after to use of Mary S., then his wife, for life, remainder heirs male, 
remainder heirs female, remainder right heirs, and on 6 Aug. last 
made will wife Mary and bros.-in-law William Boys, esq., and John 
Boys, gent,, ex'ors, to receive rents till son Anthony is 21 ; manor 
of Leigh to be sold. Mary his widow survives. 

EICHAED STENYNGE alias COWPER. See COWPEB. 

987. 

GEORGE STEPHEN. Vol. 67, No. 134. 

Battle, 2 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 12 April 30 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Robert, aged 29 and more at Inq. 

Lands in Salehurst and Echingham. By deed dated 6 June 
20 Hen. VIII. enfeoffed Thos. May, John Hay, James Fuller to use 
of self and Joan his then wife and their heirs. 

988. 

JOHN STONE of Nunnery, Rusper. Vol. 437, No. 91. 

Petworth, 21 March 2 Charles. Died 10 .Feb. 1 Charles. 

Heir, niece Elizabeth Young, wife of Win. Toung, gent., daughter 
of Ralph Stone, deceased, brother of J. S., aged 20 and more. 

Lands. Late monastery of Rusper called " the Nunnery," 
" Gardiners alias Fosters " in Horsham, " Stamerham " and other 
lands in Rusper. J. S. had wife Elizabeth and brother Henry Stone 
of Capell, nephew John Stone, eldest son of Henry. 

989. 

JOHN STONE. Vol. 557, No. 9, and Vol. 549, No. 51. 

E. G., 5 Oct. 11 Chas. Died last of May last. 

Heir, son John, aged 6 years. 

Lands. Messuage and lands belonging called " the Nunnery " in 
Rusper, " Gardiners a lias Fosters" in Horsham, "Stamerham" and 
" Mansland" in Rasper. Joan his widow survives. 



218 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

990. 

WILLIAM STOEEB of Southover. Vol. 282, No. 72. 

E. G., 28 Aug. 2 James. Died 19 April 2 James. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 25 years. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., and croft in Lewes and 2 other messuages, 
etc., in Lewes, and 20 Sept. 44 Eliz. settled on himself for life, then 
on his son Thomas S. for life, and then for his issue, remainder, half 
to Joan Earle, daughter of W. S. and wife of John Earle, for life, 
remainder to Win. Earle, son of said Joan, remainder to John Earle, 
son of said Joan, half to Robert Storer, younger son of Richard S. 
and his heirs, remainder to Richard S., elder son of Richard S., 
remainder to W. S. right heirs. W. S. also seized of messuage and 

farden in Southover and cottage in Kingston near Lewes, and by will 
ated 13 Aug. 44 Eliz. left house in Southover to his daughter Joan 
Earle, and cottage in Kingston to her son William Earle. W. S. 
seized of lands in Sowtram, messuage and land in Heathfield, messuage 
and land in Fyndon, " Eastbaysborne " in Plumpton. 

991. 

BARTHOLOMEW STOBYE, yeo. Vol. 252, No. 31. 

E. G., 26 Sept. 40 Eliz. Died 17 July last. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 31 and more. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., in Chylgrove, parish of Westdean, called 
" Woodcroftes," " Chartersfelde," " Estlyes," and " Dytches." Made 
will gave to Richard S. my son and Bridget his wife and his heirs, 

remainder to Margaret Smythe my da. and her heirs. 

i 

992. 

ADEIAN STOUGHTON of West Stoke, esq. Vol. 351, No. 98. 

Horsham, 5 April 13 James. Died 25 Oct. last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 20 years 2 months 4 days. 

Lands. Manors of Stoke alias Stoke, near Chichester and Sidles- 
ham, " Reyvells " in E. Ashling, parish of Funtington alias Founteston 
alias Funtingdon, and by deed 27 March 25 Eliz. between himself 
1st part and Win. Jordan of Whitley, co. Wilts, esq. ,2nd part, assured 
said manors to himself, Mary his wife and longer liver and their heirs. 
Mary is still living at West Stoke. A. S. made will 2 June 12 James 
to wife Mary manor of Stoke, her father Mr. Will Jordan (at time 
of marriage) of Chittane, Wilts, esq., manor of Sidlesham to wife for 
12 years if unmarried, then to my brother Sir Lawrence Stoughton, near 
Guildford, Surrey, knt., to bring up youngest son Adrian S. and my two 
youngest daughters, Anne and Eleanor. 

993. 

THOMAS STOUGHTON of West Stoke, esq. Vol. 472, No. 96. 

Petworth, 30 March 7 Charles. Died 29 June 2 Charles. 

Coheirs, nephews Thomas Bowyer, esq. (son and heir of Thomas 
Bowyer, bart., and Anne his late wife, one of the sisters of T. S.), aged 
18 years 11 months, and Arthur Gunter, gent, (son of George Gunter, 



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knt., and Mary his late wife, another sister of T. S.), aged 14 years 
9 months, and sisters Sara, now wife of Wm. Styant, and Anne, 
now wife of .... German, clerk, Elizabeth Stoughton and Eleanor 
Stoughton. 

Lands. Reversion of manor of Stoke alias West Stoke, near 
Chichester, after death of Mary S. his mother, which she holds for life 
by concession of Adrian Stoughton, her late husband, whose son and 
heir he is. T. S. seized of manor of Sidlesham and " Ham Farm " in 
S., lands in Funtington, and 20 Nov. 19 James on marriage with Jane, 
one of the daughters of Lady Judith Grarton, widow, settled them. 
T. S. made will 8 May 2 Charles. 

994. 

JOHN STRADLINGE, gent. Vol. 282, No. 2. 
Arundel, 11 April 2 James. Died 16 Sept. 40 Eliz. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 18 years. 
Lands. Had no lands of King or any other person. 

995. 

THOMAS STEEAT, yeo. Vol. 775, No. 29. 

E. G-., 23 Sept. 21 Charles. Died 9 Oct. 17 Charles. 

Heir, " Nepos " William Streat, aged 2 years 3 months 2 days. 

Lands. Messuage in St. Clement's, Hastings, and All Saints, etc. 

996. 

WALTER STHEATER. Vol. 581, No. 140. 

E. G-., 23 March 14 Chas. Died 23 May 1638. 

Heir, son Nathaniel, aged then 2 years. 

Lands in Hellingly. Made will 20 May 1638 sou Nathaniel and 
his heirs brother-in-law Miller's children my two daughters Sarah 
and Anne wife Abegall. 

997. 

OLIVER STROWDE, son and heir of James Strowde. Vol. 92, 
No. 106. 

Horsham, 25 March 4 Edw. VI. Died 28 Aug. 36 Hen. VIII., a 
minor and in ward to King. 

Heir, sister Joan Strowde, aged (?) 12 or 16 at Inq. 

Lands. Half manor of Groteley and half a messuage, land, meadow, 
wood and annual rent of 53*. 4>d. in Northiam and Bexill, also other 
lands in Northiam and Bexill. 

998. 

RICHARD STRODEWTKE of Ambelhurst, yeo. Vol. 85, No. 44. 

Petworth, 26 Oct. 1 Edw. VI. Died 21 Oct. 38 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John S., aged 30 and more. 

Lands. R. S. and John S. were seized of a messuage, etc., and land 
called " Shiborne " in Wisborow green, and by names of R. S., senr., and 
J. S. his son and heir apparent, by deed 22 June 37 Hen. VIII. 



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granted to Henry Strodewyk and John Napper to grant back to E. S. 
with remainder to William S.. son of R. S. and his (Wm.'s) heirs, which 
they did on 23 June. R. S. seized of manor of Arnbelhurst in Wis- 
borowe green, and by deed 24 June 37 Hen. VIII. granted to same 
trustees for self, and then for John S. his son and heir and John's heirs. 
R. S. and J. S. seized of " Q-raffhams " in West Grinsted, and granted 
to same trustees for E. S. and after for Richard S. his son and his 
(Richard's) heirs. 

999. 

JOHN STRUDWICKE. Vol. 232, No. 5. 

Chichester, 3 April 34 Eliz. Died 20 July 32 Eliz. at Wisborough 
Green. 

Heir, son John, aged 24 and more. 

Lands. John Peryer and Wm. Peryer enfeoffed J. S. and Alice 
his wife with lands in Wisborough Green and Rudgewick to selves and 
heirs. Alice survives at Heringham. 

1000. 

WILLIAM STRUDWICK. Vol. 233, No. 72. 

Chichester, 2 Oct. 34 Eliz. Died last May 26 Eliz. 

Heir, son William, aged 10 years and 3 months. 

Lands. " Purbright alias Ivehurst" in Kerdeford gave by writing 
to Joyce his wife for life and after to right heirs. Will quoted, mother 
Margaret S. youngest son Henry S. 

1001. 

THOMAS STRUDWICKE. Vol. 340, No. 195. 

E. G., 6 Oct. 11 James. Died 29 Nov. 1599. 

Coheirs, daughters Joanna S.. aged 12 years 6 months, Susanna S., 
aged 6 years 1 month, Anna S., aged 3 years 6 months, and Mary S., 
aged 1 year 11 months 10 days. 

Lands. "Cockinge," "Lughurst" and " Hibborne " in Wis- 
borough Green. 

1002. 

THOMAS STRUDWICKE. Vol. 338, No. 16. 

Lewes, 16 April 11 James. Died 7 Jan. 8 James at Westborow 
Green. 

Heir, son William, aged 17 years 1 month 20 days at Inq. 
Lauds in Westboro Green. 

1003. 

ROBERT STRUDWYCKE. Vol. 370, No. 84. 

Petworth, 10 April 16 James. Died 28 Jan. 1616. 

Heir, son Henry, aged 13. 

Lands. " Crowcheslande "in Kerdeford, also " Nuttehurst " and 
" Burchfold " in K., " Speares " and " Rayles." Made will 16 Jan. 
1616 (14 James) and left to his sou Henry, paying William S. his 
second son 60 and John S. his fourth son 50 at 21, and appointed 



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"Wm. Strudwicke of Hills Greene and George Amye ex'ors in trust 
till son Henry was 21. Elizabeth his widow survives at Kerdeford. 

1004. 

WILLIAM STBUDWICKE. Vol. 582, No. 154. 
Petworth, 19 March 14 Charles. Died 18 June 14 Charles. 
Heir, son Henry S., aged 34 years. 

Lands. " Marshalls " in Kerdford, and " Frythfould " and other 
lands in Kerdford. 

1005. 

WILLIAM STBUDWICKE. Vol. 607, No. 94. 
Petworth, 13 April 17 Chas. Died 25 Jan. last. 
Heir, son William, aged 19 years 1 month. 

Lands called " Lowfold " in Wisborough Green. Made will 9 Jan. 
last, and left to Wm. S. his son. Katherine S., the widow, survives. 

1006. 

THOMAS STUBT. Vol. 641, No. 48. 

Petworth, 19 Jan. 16 Charles. Died 29 Oct. 16 Charles. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 25 and more. 

Lands. " Peryfeilds" and " Latchensfields," etc., in Tillington. 

1007. 

WILLIAM STYANT, gent. Vol. 578, No. 6. 

E. G., 8 Jan. 15 Charles. Died 16 Sept. last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 15 years 9 months 14 days. 

Lands. Two-fourths of manor of Stoke alias Stoke near Chichester, 
manor of Middleham and " farm of Ham " belonging outside East 
gate of Chichester, messuage in St. Pancras outside East gate of 
Chichester on the hodacre, other property in Chichester purchased by 
Wm. Styant, father of W. S. 

1008. 

THOMAS STYANT, gent., son and heir of William Styant, gent., 
deceased. Vol. 622, No. 32. 

E. G., 15 Jan. 20 Charles. Died 7 Oct. last, a minor in ward 
to King. 

Heir, Thomas Phillipps is cousin and heir, viz., son and heir of 
William Phillipps, deceased, eldest brother of Anne Styant, deceased, 
mother of aforesaid William Styant, father of T. S., aged 40 years and 
more. 

Lands. By Inq. taken at East Grinstead 18 Jan Charles 

p.m. Wm. Styant it was found that Wm. Styant seized of manor of 
Stoke alias Stoke near Chichester, " farm of Ham," parcel of said 
manor, etc., etc., died on 16 Sept. then last past, and that Thomas in 
writ named was son and heir, aged 15 years 9 months 14 days at his 
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1009. 

THOMAS TAWKE. Vol. 15, Nos. 50 and 51. 

Hamptenet, 15 June 16 Hen. VII. Died 14 July 8 Hen. VII. 

Heir, son William, aged 60 years and more. 

Lands. No lands in possession or reversion, but Eobert Tawke, 
father of T. T., whose heir he was, and William Sidney were seized of 
manor of Todeham in parish of Estborn and lands called " Cremysham" 
in Pagham, lands in Hamptenet, 3 messuages and 3s. rent in 
Chichester, and granted them to trustees to use of said Eobert and his 
heirs, and after said Robert died and feoffees seized to use of T. T. 
and his heirs. T. T. by his last will left it to feoffees to pay bis debts, 
and after to use of his heir. 

1010. 

WILLIAM TAWKE. Vol. 23, No. 265. 

Boxgrove, 1 Nov. 22 Hen. VII. Died last Dec. 21 Hen. VII. 

Coheirs, daughters Anne, aged 3 and more, and Joan, aged 
2 and more. 

Lands. Manors of West Hampnett, Pott, Tonham, and Crymsam 
settled on himself and Joan his wife, also messuages and 10s. rent 
in Chichester, and advowson of a chantry in the hospital of St. Mary 
of Chichester. 

1011. 

JOHN TAILLOB. Vol. 67, No. 112. 

Inq Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 27 April 32 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, eldest son Eichard, aged 30 at Inq. 
Lands in Pairlight. 

1012. 

THOMAS TAYLOR. Vol. 229, No. 104. 

E. G., 26 Nov. 33 Eliz. Died 13 Dec. last. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth, now wife of Drew Turner, aged 25, 
Anne, now wife of John Penyfold, aged 22, Barbara, now wife of 
John Holman, aged 20, Wenefrida Taylor, aged 18, Lettice Taylor, 
aged 16, Bennett Taylor, aged 14, and Joan Taylor, aged 11. 

Lands. "Hookeland," "Mylwards," and a messuage, etc., in occu- 
pation of John Johnsonne, " Bedels," " Gybbs " and " Newland," 
" Soontland," and other lands, all in Lindfield. Made will 11 Sept. 
32 Eliz. (1590) and left " Hookelaud " to daughter Barbara, " Soont " 
to da. Wenefryth, " Mylwards " to da. Anne to da. Joane tenement 
in occupation of John Johnsonne to das. Lettice and Bennett 
" Bedells," " Gybbs," and " Newland." Elizabeth, now wife of James 
Eerrall, and Jane her daughter shall have an annuity of 20s. a year 
out of " Bedels," etc. 

1013. 

THOMAS TAYLOR, gent. Vol. 233, No. 99. 
Arundel, 19 May 34 Eliz. Died 18 April last at Arundel. 
Heir, grandson George Taylor, son of Thomas T., junr., only son 
of aforesaid Thomas T., senr., now aged 6^ years and 2 months. 



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Lands. House, etc., in Arundel where he dwelt, lands in Arundel 
and Kirdeford. Made will 18 April last gave to grandson George T. 
lands, etc., in Arundel, and to grandson Thomas T. all other lands. 

1014. 

ISAACK TAYLOR, yeoman. Vol. 281, No. 1. 
.... 8 Sept. 1 James. 

Jurors say that Isaack Taylor, yeoman, never is or was foolish and 
an idiot. 

1015. 

THOMAS TAYLOR. Vol. 340, No. 235. 
E. G., 20 May 11 James. Died 17 Aug. 1607 at Steyning. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 20 years 2 months 26 days. 
Lands. Messuages and lands in Steyning, Pepperscombe and 
Shoreham, " Jervisfields " in Steyning, etc. 

1016. 

EICHARD TAYLOR, gent. Vol. 498, No. 187. 

Shoreham, 14 Aug. 9 Charles. Died 27 May last. 

Heir, son Richard Taylor, aged 10 years 5 months. 

Lands. Manor of Ernie, " Hoskins alias Brownstarr" in West 
Itchenor, "Tipps" and "Gunstetts" in West Itchenor, "Eedland" 
in West Wightring and West Itchenor, part of manor of Almoding- 
ton in W. W. and W. I., and other land. Made will 25 May last 
left "Eedland," "Tipps," and "Gunshotts" to John Taylor his 2nd 
son and his heirs, remainder to Thos. Taylor his 3rd son, remainder to 
George T. his 4th son, remainder to his own right heirs. Katherine 
Taylor his widow survives. 

1017. 

THOMAS THATCHER. Vol. 67, No. 121. 

Lewes, 4 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 11 Dec. 29 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son John Thatcher, aged 31 and more. 

Lands in Westham. 

1018. 

JOHN THATCHER, esq. Vol. 167, No. 81. 

Hailsham, 11 March 16 Eliz. Died 9 Feb. 16 Eliz. 

Coheirs, granddaughters Ann, aged 18 years 7 months, and Margery, 
aged 16 years 10 months, daughters of John Thatcher, jun., deceased, 
his eldest son. 

Lands. Manors of Mersham, Pett, Erches, and Gott, capital 
messuage called " Preshawes " in Westham and Pevensey, another 
capital messuage called " the Broyle place " in Eingmer, lands in 
Earley, Pett, Westham, Eingmer, Laughton, Pevensey, Hellingly, 
Warbleton, Wartling, Hurstmonceux, and Glynde, Eectory of Ardingly 
and advowson of Pett settled 2 Aug. 9 Eliz. on the marriage of James 
Thatcher, then his son and heir, with Mary, one of the daughters of 
Edward Gage of Firle, knt. 



224 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

1019. 

JAMES THETCHER of Preisthawes, esq. Vol. 333, No. 36. 

Petworth, 27 July 11 James. Died 31 Jan. last. 

Heir, eldest son John Thatcher, esq., aged 40 and more. 

Lands. Manors of Mersham foder, Mersham foder marsh, and 
Pett, advowson of Pett, " Priesthawes " in Westham and lands in W., 
" Thorne alias Dome," other lands in Farley, Pett, Icklesham, and 
Guestling, and 24 Jan. 9 James after marriage between his son 
William, and Anne, daughter of Lady Meriall Tresham, widow of 
Thos. Tresham, knt., deceased, settled on himself for life, then on his 
son William, then on sons of William and Anne, with remainder to 
Katherine Thetcher, Margaret Kyffin, wife of Maurice K., esq., 
Elizabeth Roots, widow, Philip Pudsey, wife of Thos. Pudsey, esq., 
Anne Roots, wife of James Roots, esq., Susan, wife of Barth. Promond, 
esq., Dorothy Thatcher, Mary, wife of Wm. Iston, esq., daughters of 
said J. T. and daughters of said William T. equally, remainder to heirs 
of Katherine Pelham, Philipp Culpepper, and Eliz. Morgan, deceased, 
sisters of J. T. and heirs of Anne Staple, deceased, and Margaret 
Isham, daughters of John T., brother of J. T., equally. 

1020. 

WILLIAM THOMAS, esq. Vol. 710, No. 26, and Vol. 774, No. 9. 

E. G-., 23 May 16 Charles. Died 19 Feb. last. 

Heir, son William Thomas, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Impropriate rectory of Eletching, messuage and 3 cottages 
belonging in Lewes, 3 Jan. 4 Charles on marriage with Hanna Graves, 
widow, sister of Sackville and Henry Porter, settled on himself for 
life, then on Hanna, then on their heirs male, then on right heirs of 
W. T. Said marriage took place. W. T. also seized of manor of 
Westdeane, Westdeane alias Earlscourt in Westdeane, Excet, and 
Eriston, and of messuage and lands called " High Wolland," " Cox- 
hoth," and "Heges" in Arlington, and of manor and grange of Clapham 
alias Clopham in Lullington, and of tithes of Charleston in West- 
deane, and of messuage called " Sheepeland " in Rype and messuage 
and land in Arlington called " Brichedowne" and "Turners Croft," 
"Lymarkes" in Hailsham, and 21 Dec. 7 Charles on marriage between 
William Thomas, junr., his son and heir apparent, and Katherine 
.Rose, daughter ot' Wm. Rose, gent., deceased, settled on heirs 
male of marriage after his death. Said marriage took place. W. T. 
also (seized of "Marsheland" and " Peakedean " in Willingdon, of 
manor of Middleton and of Tortington Priory, also lands in Benstead 
and Yapton, 2 messuages called " le Gonne" and " le Key" in 
St. Magnus the Martyr, London. Hanua and Katherine are still 
alive. 

1021. 

MARK THOMAS of Rye, gent. Vol. 593, No. 4. 
E. Gr., 27 Aug. 16 Chas. Died 20 April 1639. 
Heir, son Mark Thomas, aged then 23 and more. 



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Lands. Capital messuage and lands called " Fletcher " and other 
messuages in Eye, lands late of Thomas Hamond in Playden, lands in 
East Guldeford. 

1022. 

HENBY THOBNDEN. Vol. 282, No. 68. , 

Arundel, 12 April 2 James. Died 17 Feb. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 30 years and more. 

Lands. John Lumley, knt., Lord Lumley, was seized of manor of 
Pinkehurst in Slinfold, and conveyed 6 Dec. 9 Eliz. to John Apsley, 
esq., who 1 May 18 Eliz. assigned his interests to John Thornden of 
Warnham, whose son and heir was H. T. 

1023. 

JOHN THORNDEN. Vol. 350, No. 46. 
Horsham, 27 Sept. 13 James. Died on 14 Feb. last. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 12 years 9 months. 
Lands in Slinfold. 

1024. 

THOMAS THORPE, gent. Vol. 307, No. 17, and Vol. 313, No. 65, 
which gives date of death 26 Dec. 6 James. 

E. Gr., 28 July 7 James. Died 26 Sept. 6 James at Hedgecorte in 
Hoorne,. Surrey. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 14 years and more. 

Lands. " Westfield," " Northfield " and "Neecrofts" in Worth, 
messuage and land in Fennland in a place called " Talye " in Worth, 
and also seized to himself and heirs male of messuage and lands called 
" G-ibbs Avenn " in Worth. 

1025. 

EDMUND THBELE, esq. Vol. 80, No. 146. 

Petworth, 16 July 19 Hen. VIII. Died 6 Jan. 18 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Thomas Threle, aged 16 and more and in custody of 
William, Earl of Arundel. 

Lands. Manors of Foxhunt and Loxwode,and lands called "Strele" 
and " Petyrs " in Pulborough, lands in Burghani, 8toke, Eston, Tliake- 
ham, Ciiiltington and Fittleworth. By deed 4 Feb. 16 Hen. VIII. 
conveyed to feoffees for self for life, then to use of Margaret Threle for 
her life, then to use of his right heirs. Made will and left to Margaret 
his wife annuity of 4, and to William his son annuity of 4. 

1026. 

THOMAS THEEEL, gent. Vol. 205, No. 164. 

E. Gr., 27 June 26 Eliz. Died last March 8 Eliz. at Loxwood. 

Heir, grandson Richard, son of Thomas Threel, son of T. T., aged 
6 years and more at his death. 

Lands. Messuage and lands in Loxwood, in Wisborow Grene, co. 
Sussex, and messuage and lands in Wepham in Burfam, also lands in 
Pulborough, Strindeton(?), Fittleworth, Preston and Westborow Grene. 

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1027. 

EDWARD THREELE, esq. Vol. 582, No. 149. 

Petworth, 19 March 14 Charles. Died 12 Dec. 1034. 

Heir, brother "William Threele, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Lockeswood bought by Rich. Threele, father of 
E. T., manor or farm of Drungewick, bought by EichardT., other pro- 
perty in Wisborough Green. 

1028. 

THOMAS TOMPSON, gent. Vol. 378, No. 116. 

Petworth, 20 July 17 James. Died 10 Dec. last at Sunbury, co. 
Middlesex. 

Heir, brother Nicholas Tompson, aged 50 and more. 

Lands. Half manor of Byworth and a messuage and lands called 
"Eostocke" in Pulborowe, " Eutlington farm" in Eutlington, 
Duncton and Petworth, " Pellisdeane " in Singleton, lands in Filby 
and Ormesby, co. Norfolk, and in Golston, near Great Jerningham, co. 
Norfolk, called " Brickhill Marsh." Made will 8 Dec. last 1618 lands 
in Pulborowe and half manor of Byworth towards maintaining 12 aged 
poor of Petworth where I was born & my house for anhospitall unless 
Sir Henry Goring buy half manor at price he had for it to brother 
Nicholas T. greater farm in Eutlington to brother John T. lesser 
farm in E. and lands in Singleton. T. T. also seized of lands in 
Beensted, Surrey, and Stoughton, co. Sussex. 

1029. 

NICHOLAS TOMPSON, gent. Vol. 452, No. 40. 

E. G., 2 Nov. 5 Chas. Died 22 May 4 Chas. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth, wife of John Boys, aged 16 and more, 
and Katherine T., aged 13 years 10 months. 

Lands. Manor of Elmer in Middleton, " Cockmans " in M., 
" Glotting alias Glatting" in Burton, Sutton and Barlavington, 
" Littleton" and "Peeches" in Littleton, Barlavington, Woollavington, 
Waltham, Cootes, Duncton and Petworth settled 22 June 16 .lames 
on himself and his daughters Elizabeth and Katharine. 

1030. 

HENRY TORELL, esq., son and heir of Humfrey Torell, ef->q. 
Vol. 45, No. 27. 

Lewes, 3 Nov. 18 Hen. VIII. Died 7 Jan. last. 

Heir, son Humfry Torell, aged 7 and more. 

Lands. Trustees were seized of manor of Bebyngton alias Bebton, 
and by deed 13 March 11 Hen. VIII. granted to H. T. his heirs, and 
if s.p. to John Torell his brother, remainder to brother William Torell, 
remainder to brother Edward T., remainder to brother Thomas T., 
remainder to Anne Torell, the sister, remainder to heirs of Humfrey 
Torell, father of H. T. H. T. by deed of 16 Nov. 16 Hen. VIII. in con- 
sideration of marriage between Humfrey Torell his son and heir 
apparent and Alice, daughter of Thomas Leventhorpe, esq., enfeoffed 
Wm. Compton, knt., and others to uses for 20 years if H. T. should 



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take another wife than Anne, then his wife. Had also advowson of 
Bebington. Made will 5 Jan. 1525 and left to Christopher Torell, 
Koger T., Barbara T. and Anna T. his sons and daughters Anna his 
wife. 

1031. 

HUMFREY TOEEELL. Vol. 70, No. 59. 

36 Hen. VIII. Died 12 Sept. 36 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, daughter Anna, aged 2 years 41 weeks and 5 days. 

Lands. Jurors say Henry Torrell, father of H. T., was seized of 
manor of ... advowson of church of Bebyngton, and on 30 April 
10 Hen. VIII. let to Wm. Allwyn manor of Bebden, and settled on 
self, remainder to Humfrey and his heirs, remainder to Christopher 
Torrell, brother of Humfrey, remainder to male heirs of Henry, 
remainder to daughters aud heirs of Henry, and after said Henry died 
and H. T. married Alice Leveuthorpe and had issue Anne Torrell. 



1032. 

EOBEET TEEDCBAFTE. Vol. 340, No. 218. 

E. G., 23 March 10 James. Died 12 Nov. 9 James at Horsham. 

Heir, son Robert, aged 14 on 10 Dec. last. 

Lands. "Tredcraftes grounde " in Billingshurst, " le Anker " in 
south street of Horsham, " Bullsclose " in north street of the town, 
" "Wellers," "le Scarfolks," " Boormes," and said R. T., Anne his wife, 
and Robert T., junior, their son, were seized of "le Red Lyon alias 
Frenches " in Scarfolks in Horsham for life, remainder to right heirs 
of R. T. Anne T. and Robert T. survive at Horsham. 



1033. 

\ 

WILLIAM TEEDCROFT. Vol. 394, No. 74. 

Petworth, 27 March 20 James. Died 10 Oct. 35 Eliz. at Billings- 
hurst. 

Heir, daughter Anne, aged 6 and not more on 28 May 1592. 

Lands. " Gilmans " and " Bassetts Garden " in Billingshurst and 
lands in Pulborough. 10 Sept. 35 Eliz. made will wife Frances 
daughter Anne remainder to Edward Tredcroft, son of Thomas T., late 
of Faruaham, deceased, remainder to cousin Robert T., son Thos. T., 
late of .... deceased, remainder to Ralph Sherlocke, son Thomas S., 
and Charles Martin, son of Thomas Martin, my sister's children. 



1034. 

JOHN TREGOSSE. Vol. 413, No. 146. 

Petworth, 10 April 16 James. Died 1 March last. 

Heir, son William, aged 40 and more. 

Lands. " Staple Ash " in Westdeane (West Sussex). 

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228 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

1035. 

JOHN TEONNELL, senr. Vol. 208, No. 201. 
Chichester, 9 Sept. 27 Eliz. Died 28 Sept. last. 
Heir, son John Tronnell, junior, aged 40 years and more. 
Lands. Messuage and land, etc., called "Neytyes" (?) and 
" Worth " in Aldingbourne. 

1036. 

JOHN TBUNELL. Vol. 236, No. 19. 

E. G-., 24 Sept. 35 Eliz. Died 22 Feb. 35 Eliz. at Allingbourne, s.p. 

Heir, nephew Eobert T., son of Eichard T., is cousin and heir, 
aged 11 on 12 Feb. last. 

Lands. Messuage, etc., called "Neiton" and "Woorthe" in 
Allingborne. John T., father of J. T., by his will 27 June 1584 left 
to said J. T., remainder to son Eichard, remainder to Eobert T. 
Eobert still survives at Southstock. 

1037. 

EICHABD TRTJNNELL, yeo. Vol. 324, No. 125. 

Horsham, 15 March 8 James. Died 2 Nov. last at Allingborne. 

Heir, son Eichard, aged 4 years 1 month 28 days. 

Lands. " Nyfcon " and " Worthe " in Allingborne, " Jenevers " in 
Tapton. Made will 11 Sept. last to son Eichard at 21, but Nicholas 
Thurgood, my father-in-law, to have two-thirds rent meantime for his 
education. 

1038. 

NICHOLAS TUFTON, esq. Vol. 61, No. 22. 

Horsham, 27 Dec. 31 Hen. VIII. Died 30 Dec. last. 

Heir, son John T., aged 19 years 4 months and more at Inq. 

Lands. Messuages and lands in .... and Ewhurst, Bodyham, 
Monthfeld, Sedlescombe, Ore . . . ., Ferligght, Beckley .... etc., and 
of fee and lordship of "Velde" and "Burcetto" in Peasmarsh, 
messuages and land and half a windmill in Playden .... land in 
Vdymer, messuage, gardens and land, also salt marsh in Eye. On 
26 Sept. 30 Hen. VIII. enfeoffed trustees to use of himself for life 
and after for John T., son of N. T., and his heirs male, remainder to use 
of Alice Sharpe, .... Joan Barowe, Anne Meller, Agnes Denne and 
Joan Cooke, daughters of said N. T., and their heirs, with exception of 
tenement called " Nepsums " in Ferlyght, a tenement in Ore, and one 
other tenement, which to Nicholas Cryour, son of Isabel Cryour, and his 
heirs male, remainder to aforesaid Alice Sharpe, Joan Haye, Margaret 
Asshehurst, Joan Barowe, Anne Meller, Agnes Denne and Joan Cooke, 
paying Isabel (Cryour) 3 a year for life. Land and tenements in 
Northiam and Ewhurst. 

1039. 

JOHN TUENEE, yeo. Vol. 340, No. 232. 

E. Gr., 23 March 10 James. Died 12 Dec. last at Horsted Keynes. 

Heir, sou John, aged 3 years 12 days. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 229 

Lands. " Homewoods " and " Braybrookes " in H. K., " "Westlands 
alias Upper Walstead " in Lynfeild, and let them to John Turner, 
senior, his father, for life, at a rent of Id. J. T. had issue John T., 
Eichard T. and Mary T. Made will 12 Dec. last, quoted John 
Turner, senior, and Richard Scrase, gent., to receive rents. 

1040. 

SACKVILL TTTRNEB, esq. Vol. 557, No. 30. 

Horsham, 16 Jan. 13 Chas. Died 4 Dec. 12 Chas. 

Coheirs, granddaughters Martha Caldicott, aged 12 years 10 months, 
and Bennett Caldicott, aged 10 years 2 months, daughters of 
Matthew C., esq., and Anne his wife, deceased, daughter and heir 
of S. T. 

Lands." Tryndells " in E. G., which by wiU dated 20 Oct. 1636 he 
left to Thomas Turner and his heirs. 

1041. 

THOMAS TYSEHUBST. Vol. 67, No. 90. 

Battle, 2 Nov. 31 Hen. VIII. Died 2 May 31 Hen. VIII. 

Heir, son Thomas Tisehurst, aged 30 and more. 

Lands in Ashburnham and Wartling. 

1042. 

STEPHEN UNDEBDOWNE of Chittingligh. Vol. 100, No. 35, Wards 
and Liveries Series. 

E. G., 23 Sept. 17 Eliz. Died 21 March 15 Eliz. 

Heir, son Thomas Underdowne, aged 28 years. 

Lauds. Margaret Burton was seized of " Gatehouse" also "Gate- 
fields," "Tomestevenlond,"" Westomleigh,"and"Burgescrofts"inChit- 
tiugly, "Barnet" in Heliugligh, and by deed dated Chittingligh Thursday 
before the feast of St. Lawrence the Martyr 11 Edw. IV. granted to 
trustees, of whom survivors granted to Margaret, relict of Thomas 
Onstye and formerly wife of .Richard Burton, for life, remainder to 
Richard Underdowne and Margery his wife, daughter of said Mar- 
garet, and their heirs. On 8 Jan. 2 Hen. VII. Richd. U. died, and 
then Margery and premises descended to John Underdowne as their son 
and heir, after whose death premises descended to S. U. who entered 
and by indenture 20 Sept. 11 Eliz. settled " Barnet " in Hellingly on 
Rich. U. and Emline or Eniline his wife for life. S. U. by last will 
28 Sept. 13 Eliz. left " Barnet " to John Underdowne, one of his sons. 
S. U. seized of " Pikeligh," " Pikecroft," and "the acre" in Hellingly. 

1043. 

ELIZABETH UVEDALE, widow. Vol. 4, No. 25. 
Inquisition, 2 Nov. 4 Hen. VII. Died 19 June 3 Hen. VII. 
Heir, son Robert Uvedale, aged 20 and more. 
Lands. Manor of Wolborough in Crawley, Sussex, and lands in 
Kudgwick. 



230 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

1044. 

THOMAS VINALL, yeo. Vol. 454, No. 4. 

Shoreham, 1 Sept. 6 Charles. Died 10 June last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 7 years 11 months and 20 days. 

Lands. Messuage and appurts. called " Ashcombes " in St. Peter 
and St. Mary Westout, Lewes, and messuage and appurts. called 
" Lower Mousestone " in Palmer, late in tenure of John Vinall, and 
a messuage in Southover in occupation of Thomas Stronge. 

1045. 

MABOABET W AXEMAN. Vol. 278, No. 68. 

Horsham, 24 Oct. 34 Eliz. Died 9 Feb. 1585. 

Heir, brother Edward Nevill, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Nicholas Lewknor, late husband of said Margaret, was 
seized of half manor of Bredhurst Horsted Keynes, after death of 
Drew Barrentyne, esq. Anthony Sheldon and Jane his wife, sister and 
heir of said Nicholas. N. L. made will 1 June 22 Eliz., and died 
6 June 22 Eliz. ; his widow appears to have remarried about 6 Nov. 
23 Eliz. John Wakeman of the Inner Temple, gent. 

1046. 

JOAN WALL, widow. Vol. 167, No. 101. 
Steyning, 5 June 16 Eliz. Died 26 May 15 Eliz. 
Heir, nephew Richard Farnefold, gent., son and heir of Richard 
Farnefold, gent., her brother, aged 25 on 11 April last. 
Lands called " Churchmead " in Steyning. 

1047. 

WILLIAM WALLER, esq. Vol. 110, No. 138. 

Horsham, 9 July 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. Died 18 Jan. last. 

Heir, grandson Walter, son of William Waller, son of W. W., aged 
12 at Inq. 

Lands. Manors of Frant, Sonny ngleghe, and Blackhaui, lands 
in Frant, Withyham, Retherfeld, etc. By deed dated 13 May 
32 Hen. VIII. by name of William Waller of Grombridge in Spel- 
hurst, esq., made trustees for benefit of William his son on marriage 
with Elizabeth, da. and one of the heirs apparent of Walter Heudley, esq. 
William Waller the son died, Elizabeth survived him and is now 
married to George Fane, esq. William Waller left will 5 Dec. 1554 
son John. 

1048. 

THOMAS WALSHE, gent. Vol. 62, No. 18. 

Lewes, 29 May 32 Hen. VIII. Died 11 Feb. last. 

Heir, son G-odard W., aged 12 years 11 months and more at Inq. 

Lands in Rotherfield, Hellingly, Heathfield, Salehurst, and Bright- 
ling, and manor of Horeham in Waldron, also lands in Bast Hoathly 
and Waldron settled 28 Oct. 31 Hen. VIII. on T. W. and Joan his 
wife, with remainder to Godard W. and Robert W. their sons, also 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 231 

manors of Bugsell in Salehurst and Haremare in Etchingham settled 
1 April 30 Hen. VIII. on T. W. and Joan his wife, with remainder to 
Robert W. and Godard W. their sons in succession, also "Halls" 
and "Burkhams" in Etchingham and lands in Salehurst settled 
6 March 30 Hen. VIII. as manors of Bugsell and Haremare. Robert 
"Walshe, father of T. W., was seized of " Stauntons " in "Waldron and 
gave it to Agnes Onstye for life, and after Robert Walshe had issue 
T. W. his eldest son and died. Agnes yet survives. 

1049. 

JOHN WAEDE, esq. Vol. 233, No. 14. 
Aruudel, 19 May 34 Eliz. Died 2 Sept. 33 Eliz. 
Heir, son Henry, aged 10 years and one week. 
Lands in Bolney, part of manor of Bolney. 

1050. 

EDWARD WAEDE, yeo. Vol. 243, No. 38. 

Lewes, 22 July 37 Eliz. Died 20 Feb. 37 Eliz. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 48 years and more. 

Lands. Drew Barentine 15 Feb. 4 and 5 Philip and Mary seized 
of manor of Danehill Horsted, granted " Ludwells," " Augerscroft," 
" Burgherst " in Horsted Keynes to Richard Ward, yeo., with 
remainder to E. W. his son, remainder to Richard W., son of E. W., 
remainder to his other sons. Richard Ward died at Horsted Keynes 
19 Jan. 13 Eliz. 

1051. 

RICHAED WAED. Vol. 279, No. 323. 

E. GK, 7 Oct. 40 Eliz. Died 25 Sept. last at Horsted Keynes. 

Heir, son Edward, aged 17 on 5 Jan. last. 

Lands. " Luewell," " Augurscrof te," and "Burgherste" in H. K. 
On 19 Sept. 40 Eliz. made will and left 2 parts of his land to his 
wife Christian (to pay a certain sum of money to two of my yongest 
sonnes, John 9 at 15 and Thomas 9 at 15) for four years. 

1052. 

GEOEGE WAEDE, yeo. Vol. 417, No. 21. 

New Shoreham, 3 Nov. 1 Charles. Died 12 Aug. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 30 and more. 

Lauds. Manor or capital messuage called Bolnore in Cuckfield, 
" Champneys " and " Newlands " in West Grinstead, " Badseales alias 
Morefields," " tiigate alias Pepperscrof ts " in Cowfold, part of farm of 
" Otf ord alias Otworthes " in Ashurst. Enfeoffed a certain John Warde 
his son to use of self (GK W.) for life, then to said J. W. and heirs 
male, then to George Warde, son of G. W. GK W. also seized of 
"Blackmarden" and "Baconfold" in West Grinstead, and settled on 
John Warde and his heirs. 



232 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

1053. 

HENRY WARD, gent. Vol. 721, No. 30. 
E. G-., 1 Nov. 10 Charles. Died 2 March last. 
Heir, son Henry, aged 26 years. 

Lands. "Paynes" in Cuckfield, manor of Bromeham in Heath- 
field, and a messuage and land in Bolney. 

1054. 

JOHN WARNETT, gent. Vol. 191. No. 92. 

Horsham, 26 July 22 Eliz. Died 21 April 22 Eliz. 

Heir, son John Warnett, aged 16. 

Lands. Manor of Hempsted, messuage and lands in Framfield, 
watermill in Uckfield, " Estons alias Honytons " and " Grubcroft " in 
Little Horsted, a mill and lands in Buxsted. 

1055. 

KICHARD WARREN. Vol. 97, No. 119. 
Lewes, 8 June 6 Edward VI. 

Jurors say, is a wise man and no fool or idiot, and was able to 
describe all his goods and chattels. 

1056. 

ETCHARD WATERMAN. Vol. 595, No. 100, and Vol. 699, No. 114. 

E. G., 25 Oct. 15 Chas. Died 30 Nov. last. 

Heir, Dionysia Waterman alias Cradle, now wife of Thomas 
Cradle, his next heir, aged 18 and more at his death. 

Lands. " Wilkins farm " in Hauckham, parish of Westham, 
" Devenish land " in Hauckham, " Priors Croft " and " Hopp Croft " 
in Westham, and "Waterinans" in Bishopston. Made will 27 Nov. 
last, and left to Elizabeth Andrewes, daughter of Thos. Andrewes of 
Pevensey. 

1057. 

THOMAS WATERSFYLD. Vol. 159, No. 69. 

Chichester, 21 Aug. 13 Eliz. Died 4 Jan. 13 Eliz. 

Heir, son John, aged 19 years 3 months. 

Lands. Messuage and lands in Pulborough, and reversion after the 
death of Lady Ann Matravers still living of "Whites," "Clarkes" 
and " Stanlies," and lands forming part of the manor of Goring. 
Made will 25 Nov. 1570, and granted above reversion to his son 
George with remainder to his sons William and John. 

1058. 

JOHN WATERSFEELDE. Vol. 243, No. 72. 
E. G., 21 Jan. 37 Eliz. Died 29 Dec. last 37 Eliz. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 15 on 25 Jan. last. 

Lands. Manors of Eartham and Bowdens, etc., etc. Made will 
and gave manor of Eartham to son John W., remainder to William my 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 233 

son. If Thomas my son die under 21, then to Daiiiel my sou all my 
freeholds in Goring. If son Thomas claim manor, then Goring lands 
to son John. 

1059. 

GEORGE WATTELL, yeo. Vol. 292, No. 157. 

E. G., 5 June 4 James. Died 11 March last at Hastings. 

Heir, son George, aged 14 years 9 months 20 days. 

Lands in Beckley and Whatlington, Wittersham and Stone, co. 
Kent, etc. Mercy W., his widow, survives at Hastings. Made will 
10 Feb. last George "W., eldest son, Kent lands son Thomas, Sussex 
lands. 

1060.' 

JOHN WATTES. Vol. 148, No. 9. 

Lewes, 17 Nov. 10 Eliz. Died at Westmarden 9 Sept. 8 Eliz. 

Heir, Joan Wattes, only daughter of Thomas his eldest son, aged 
12 at Inq. 

Lands in Westmarden in the parish of TJpmarden. By will 
dated 12 Oct. 1565 left one yard land each to his sons Anthony and 
John, and one other yard land between his sons Eichard and Roger. 
Anthony is aged 30 and upwards, John 21 and upwards, Richard aged 
28 and Roger 26. 

1061. 

ANTHONY WATTS of Westmarden, husbandman. Vol. 279, No. 333. 

E. G., 9 Aug. 40 Eliz. Died 1 May 39 Eliz. 

Heir, son John, aged 21 and more. 

Lands. One messuage and land in Westmarden. 

1062. 

JOHN WATTS of Westmarden, husbandman. Vol. 279, No. 338. 

E. G., 9 Aug. 40 Eliz. Died last December last. 

Heir, son John, aged 14 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and laud in Westmarden, " wife Wynefryde." 

1063. 

RICHAHD WATTS. Vol. 341, No. 14. 

E. G., 30 June 11 James. Died 23 Nov James. 

Coheirs, cousins Mary Lucas, wife of Edward Gouldsmith, one 
daughter and coheir of Joan Lucas, late deceased, and Susanna Lucas, 
late wife of Thomas Harrison, another daughter and coheir of aforesaid 
Joan, and Agnes L., another daughter and coheir of aforesaid Joan, 
were cousins and heirs, viz., daughters of Joan Lucas, daughter 
of Thos. Watts, son of John Watts, father of R. W. Mary aged 23, 
Susanna aged 20, and Agnes aged 15 and more at R. W.'s death. 
Susanna died after his death without issue. 

Lands in Upmarden. 



234 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

1064. 

JOHN WATTS. Vol. 635, No. 55. 
Petworth, 4 Aug. 12 Charles. Died 20 Aug. 5 Chas. 
Heir, son John W., aged 15 years and a little more at father's 
death. 

Lands. A messuage and lands in "West Marden. 

1065. 

THOMAS WEEKS, yeo. Vol. 313, No. 59. 

Arundell, 5 June 8 James. Died 21 March last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 13 and more. 

Lands and tenements in Westfield called " Julye alias Phillipps."f 

1066. 

RICHAED WEEKES, yeo. Vol. 775, No. 28. 

E. G., 13 Sept. 21 Charles. Died 24 May 18 Charles. 

Heir, cousin Richard Weekes, aged 14 years 1 month 18 days. 

Lands. " Egmondhurst " and " Totlands " in Ashburnham, "Col- 
lins " in Cattesfield, etc. Elizabeth the widow survives and claims 
dower. 

1067. 

RICHABD WELLEE of Poynings, yeo. Vol. 340, No. 206. 

E. Gr., 20 May 11 James. Died 6 Nov. 6 James. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth, now aged 10 years 11 months, Jane, 
aged 9 years 5 months, and Mary, now aged 6 years 4 months. 

Lands. " Harwards " and " Birchetts alias Hollierfield " in 
Ninfield. 

1068. 

HUGH WELLEE. Vol. 739, No. 43. 

E. G., 25 Oct. (15 from writ) Charles. Died 21 Sept. 15 Charles. 

Heir, nephew .... Fuller, son and heir of Elizabeth Fuller, sister 
of H. W, aged 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Pipers " in Wiston, and 
" Flemings " and " Lady Meade " in Wiston and Ashington, " Cockletts " 
in Thakeham and .... in Pulborough. Made will 24 April 1638 as of 
Thakeham, yeo. " Pipers " to King for full third " Flemings " to 
Henry Fuller of Wiston, paying Edith Potter of Thakeham his sister 
.... for life Ralph P., Hugh P., John and Henry Potter, her children, 
minors niece Joane Skinner other lands my now wife Elizabeth 
Weller niece Edith Potter, wife of Ralph P. my father-in-law 
Hugh Weller the elder of Shipley, yeo. John Skinner of Lancing, yeo. 

1069. 

THOMAS WELLS, esq. Vol. 106, No. 69. 

Stenyng, 29 Oct. 2 and 3 Philip and Mary. Died 28 May last 
1 and 2 Philip and Mary. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 235 

Heir, son Robert W., aged 24 and more. 

Lauds. Manor of Buxted and three messuages and land with 
appurts. in B., manor of Plasshett, with land, etc., and O.s. annual rent 
in Plasshett and Bigmer, manor of Terryng, two messuages and lands in 
Terringe, one messuage and land in Pyddinghowe. Died so seized, 
after whose death premises descended to Robert Wells as his son and 
heir. 

1070. 

SAINTMOUNT WELLS, gent. Vol. 665, No. 74. 

E. G-., 17 May 14 James. Died 20 Feb. last. 

Heir, brother John Wells, aged 24 and more. 

Lands. A certain Thomas Wells, gent., great-grandfather of S. W., 
was seized of manor of Bucksted in B., Uckfield and Framfield and 
lands called ' Olivers " in B. Thos. Wells made will 4 April 1555 and 
left manor to Robert Wells, gent., his eldest son and heirs male, 
remainder to James Wells, gent., remainder Thomas W., remainder 
John W., remainder Austin W. his sons and their heirs male in 
succession, remainder Eleanor Wells, Margaret Wells, Joan Wells and 
Elizabeth Wells his daughters and their heirs for ever, and died, and 
afterwards said Robert Wells entered into manor and died, after whose 
death premises descended to S. W., gent., as cousin (viz., grandson) and 
heir, viz , son and heir of John Wells, gent., eldest son of aforesaid 
Robert Wells. 

1071. 

THOMAS WESSENCROFTS. Vol. 582, No. 159. 

E. G-., 26 March 14 Charles. Died 17 July last. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth, aged 30 and more, Avice, aged 27 
and more, and Mary, aged 17 and more. 

Lands. "Strongesland " in Ashurst. On 16 Feb. 10 Chas. settled 
on himself and after on Mary W. his daughter. T. W. also seized of 
two messuages called "Potters " in Wiston, messuage in Holestreet in 
W., " Davies " and " Sewells " in Goring, and 16 Feb. 10 Charles 
settled on himself for life and after on Elizth. G-eering, his eldest 
daughter and wife of John G-eering, for life, and after on Wessen- 
crofte GK, eldest son of John and Elizabeth G., remainder to 
John G., another son of John and Eliz. G-. T. W. also seized of 
" G-esses" and " Wheelers" in Wiston, and 9 Sept. 11 Chas. settled on 
himself for life and after on Elizabeth, wife of T. W., for life, and after 
for Avice Wessencroft, another daughter of T. W., and her heirs 
male. Other property in Steyning. 

1072. 

THOMAS WEST, knt., LORD LA WARR. Vol. 45, No. 100. 
Lewes, 3 Oct. 18 Hen. VIII. Died 11 Oct. 17 Hen. VIII. at 
Offington. 

Heir, son Thomas West, lord la Warr, aged 40 and more. 
Lands. Had none. 



286 -SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

1073. 

THOMAS WEST, knt., LORD LA WAKE. Vol. 104, Nos. 73 
and 74. 

Lewes, 27 April 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. Died 25 Sept. 1 and 2 
Philip and Mary, s.p. 

Coheirs, nieces Joan, late Duchess of Northumberland, aged 50, viz., 
daughter and heir of Eleanor, sister of T. W. and wife of Edward 
Guildeford, Mary, aged 38, wife of John Warnett, and Anne, aged 36, 
wife of James Gage, daughters of Dorothy, sister of T. W. and wife 
of Sir Henry Owen, knt. Also Thomas Dering, aged 24, son and heir 
of Elizabeth, wife of Nicholas Dering, another daughter of said Lady 
Dorothy Owen, sister of T. "W". Mary Warnett, Anne Gage, and 
Thos. Dering survive. 

Lands. Seized of manors of Stratford Tony, co. Wilts, Blatchington, 
Sussex, Olkhanger, Hants, Meynemartell, co. Dorset, Hempston Cante- 
low, co. Devon, Wickewar, co. Gloucester, Shepton Mallet, co. Somerset, 
Bristlington, (?) co. Somerset, Manchester, co. Lanes., Porteslade, 
Sountinge, Sountinge Welde, and Ewehurst, co. Sussex, rent of 10 
from manor of Snetterfelde, co. Warwick, manor of Swineshed, co. 
Lincoln, manors of Offington and Ripe, co. Sussex, to himself and 
heirs male, remainder to Owen West, knt., bro. of T. W., heirs male, 
remainder to George West, knt., heirs male, remainder to Leonard 
West, esq., remainder to heirs male of Thomas West, knt., Lord la 
Warr, father of T. W. Act of Parliament 4 Nov. 3 Edw. VI. to 
1 Feb. 4 Edw. VI., William West, son and heir of George West, knt., 
deceased, to be disinherited. T. W. made will 6 Sept. 1554 to be 
buried in church of Brodewater late wyfe sister West, late wife of 
Sir Owen West, knt. my sister Barbara West my neces Mary 
Warnett, Mary, wife of Richard Lewknor, Mary West, daughter of my 
brother Sir Owen West, Mary West, daughter of my brother Leonard 
West Thomas W., William W., and John W., sons of my brother 
Leonard West, William West, son and heir of my brother George 
West bro.-in-law John Guldeford, knt. my cosyn Edward Gage, 
esq. my nephie James Gage my nephie Thos. Guldeford cosen 
Sir Edward Walgrave nephew Thomas, son of brother George West. 

1074. 

THOMAS WEST, yeo. Vol. 247, No. 16. 

E. G., 3 Nov. 38 Eliz. Died 3 May 38 Eliz. 

Coheirs, sisters Mary Mauldrett, wid., aged 35, Dorothy, wife of 
John Baxhill, aged 30, Anne, wife of John Scale, aged 24, Elizabeth, 
wife of John Evershed, aged 26. 

Lands in Billingshurst. 

1075. 

JOHN WESTBOKNE. Vol. 752, No. 200. 

E. G., 4 Nov. 17 Chas. Died 5 May 1640. 

Heir, only daughter Eleanor, aged 6 years 6 months 6 days. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 237 

Lands. " Harbettinge howse," " Trendlegrove," " Wheelers alias 
Glovers," and " Saltcroft " in Hailsham, messuage and land called " le 
Deane " in Warbleton, and messuage and land called " Wrights alias 
Hodges" in W T artling, messuage and land called "Berds" in AVartling, 
"Snowes" in Hursttnonceux. On 16 March 1634 made will to John 
Westborne, my brother Robert Westborne's son, "the Deanes," 
"Hodges," "Snowes," " Harebetting," "Saltcroft," "Wheelers," etc. 
Eleanor, widow of J. W., and now wife of Henry Townsend, is still 
alive and claims dower. 

1076. 

RALPH, EARL OF WESTMORELAND. Vol. 18, No. 100. 

E. G., Tuesday after the morrow of the Ascension 20 Hen. VII. 

To enquire of manors, lands, etc., concealed from Crown. Trustees 
settled manors of Northye and Southye and wood with appurts. in 
Bexsyll, Batell, and Brygtlyng 11 Feb. 33 Hen. VI. on Ralph, Earl of 
Westmoreland, and Margaret his wife, da. and heir of Reginald 
Cobham, knt., and heirs of Margaret, remainder to Thos. Cobham, knt., 
brother of said Reginald, manors worth 20 per annum. Said Thos. 
Cobham had issue Anne, wife of Edward Borough, knt., and died 
26 April 11 Edward IV., and after said Margaret died s.p. and said 
Earl held them, with remainder to Anne, and after said Earl died, 3 Nov. 
2 Rich. III., after whose death said Edward and Anne entered and 
took rents and profits without taking premises out of hand of King. 

1077. 

BARTHOLOMEW WESTON, gent. Vol. 159, No. 70. 

Horsham, 15 Aug. 13 Eliz. Died 12 June 12 Eliz. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 7 years 5 months. 

Lands. John Weston of Ockham, deceased, by deed 18 Jan. 
1 Edw. VI. settled manor of Sutton alias Supton on B. W. and his 
heirs, with remainder to Johu Weston, sou of said J. W. 

1078. 

MICHAEL WESTON, gent. Vol. 243, No. 39. 

Horsham, 11 June 37 Eliz. Died 19 Feb. 20 Eliz. 

Heir, son Michael Weston, gent., aged 15 years 11 months 15 days. 

Lands. Walter Waller, knt., sold reversion of manor of Birchedon 
alias Birchenden and iron mill in Wytheham and Rotherfield to M. W. 
Trinity 20 Eliz. 

1079. 

NATHANIEL WESTON, gent. Vol. 471, No. 55. 

Shoreham, 18 Jan. 7 Charles. Died 30 March last at Goring. 

Heir, son Harbert W., aged 21 and more. 

Lands. " Bennetts " and " Pipers " in Goring and Rectory of 
Goring and advowson of vicarage of G. and reversion after death of 
Henry Bradbury of 3 messuages in a lane called St. Marie's Spittle in 
parish of St. Botolph without Bishoppgate, London, and reversion 



238 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

after death of Richard Barber of messuage and farm in Lentall Starkes 
alias Lenthall Starkes, co. Hereford, and reversion after death of 
Richard Griffith of another messuage in L. S., and reversion after 
death of Richard Budgett of another messuage in L. S. Made will 
28 March 7 Charles to my eldest son Harbert Weston and his heirs, 
remainder to son Nathaniel W. Dorothy the widow survives at 
Goring. 

1080. 

HARBERT WESTON, gent. Vol. 519. No. 79. 

Shoreham, 22 May 11 Charles. Died 20 April last. 

Heir, only son Nathaniel, aged 1 year 10 months and 11 days. 

Lands. " Bennetts " and " Pipers " in Goring, Rectory of Goring, 
.patronage of vicarage of Goring, and reversion after death of Henry 
Bradburye of 3 messuages in a lane called St. Maryes Spittle in parish 
of St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, and reversion after 
death of Richard Budgett of 1 messuage in Lentall Starkes alias 
Lenthall Starkes, co. Hereford, and reversion after death of Richd. 
Barber of another messuage, etc., in L. S. By will left them to 
Nathaniel Weston his son and his heirs, remainder to Theobald 
Michell, gent., and Harbert Weeton of Walton in Old Radnor, co. 
Radnor, esq., his cousins, equally. Eleanor, widow of H. W., survives 
and claims dower. 

1081. 

JOHN WHEATLEY, gent. Vol. 366, No. 166, and Vol. 360, No. 15. 

E. G., 6 June 14 James. Died 23 March 14 James. 

Heir, daughter Katherine, aged If years at Inq. 

Lands. " Horsye " in Pevensey and Westham, " Norde " in W., 
settled 21 Nov. 12 James on marriage with Elizabeth Smalpage on 
themselves and heirs male, afterwards married said Elizabeth. J. W. 
also seized of marsh called "Claridge" in Hoo, and " Spickets 
Marshes" in Pevensey, "Dawsons" in P., "Virgins" at Chilley in 
P., " le Eye " in P., " Worthlands," " le Rattle " and "Twortham " in 
Westham, and other lands in Pevensey and Westham, and 27 Nov. 
14 James settled them on his wife Elizabeth after his death in per- 
formance of will of Percival Smalpage, esq. J. W. also seized of 
garden at Chilley Green and barn and garden in Pevensey. Elizabeth 
the widow survives at Westham. 

1082. 

JOHN WHEELER. Vol. 375, Nos. 23 and 11. 

E. G., 4 Oct. 9 James. Died 20 Feb. last at Ardiugly. 

Heir, son John, aged 5 and more. 

Lands. " Lye House " and " Berryland " in Ardingly. 

1083. 

THOMAS WHEELER. Vol. 340, No. 225. 

E. G., 23 March 10 James. Died 20 Dec. 9 James at Wevilsfield. 

Heir, son John, aged 10 years 3 mouths 20 days. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 239 

Lands. " Grovelands " arid " Highbrookes " in West Hothly, 
" Malings " in Horsted Keynes, " Chaucktons " and " Hurst " in 
Ifield, " Stonegrove " and "Willings" in Ardingly. Anne W. the 
widow survives at B. Grinstead. 

1084. 

JOHN WHEELER. Vol. 622, No. 22. 

E. G., 15 Jan. 20 Charles. Died 29 April 19 Charles. 

Heir, son John W., aged 10 years 6 months. 

Lands. Manor or capital messuage of Pillingworth, part of 
tenements called "Chauktons" and "Hurst" in Ifield, a messuage 
called "Stonegrove" in Ardingly, parcel of lands called " Willings " 
in Ardingly, a messuage in Launsing formerly "Capons," a*nother in L. 
formerly " Geerings," "Huntsmans" in L., " Halewick " in Sounting, 
messuage in Horshatn. 

1085. 

NICHOLAS WHYTT, gent. Vol. 62, No. 55. 

Steyning, 4 Nov. 32 Hen. VIII. Died 8 April last. 

Heir, son Godard W., aged 5 years 1 month and more at Inq. 

Lands in Farlyght, Peasmarsh, Playden, Pett and Icklesham. 

1086. 

WILLIAM WHTTE. Vol. 148, No. 12. 
Lewes, 17 Nov. 10 Eliz. Died 8 Sept. last. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 7 last Christmas. 
Lands and messuages in Breade. 

1087. 

JOHN WHITE of Northiain, gent. Vol. 260, No. 149. 

E. G., 20 May 42 Eliz. Died 28 Oct. 41 Eliz. 

Heir, son William, aged 7 years 2 months 9 days at Inq., and living 
at Hawkhurst, Kent. 

Lands in Northiam, manor of Brownsmith and 36s. 4d. rent, West- 
minster Heath, windmill and water mill in Beckley, lands in Brede, 
Westfield and Ewhurst, by deed 22 Sept. 31 Eliz. conveyed to use of 
said J. W. for life, then for Jane, then his wife, then for 1st, etc., sons 
and heirs male. On 11 March 35 Eliz. he had issue by Jane his wife 
William White his first son. Jane died 10 April 35 Eliz. at Northiam. 
J. W. then married Mary Spencer, and on 17 Nov. 39 Eliz. granted to 
trustees an annual rent of 50 out of his lands in Breade and Westfield 
for his wife Mary. She survives at Northiam. On 22 Oct. 41 Eliz. 
J. W. made will at Northiam left rents to trustees until son William 
is 21 child wife now goeth with son John lands at Ewhurst, Sussex, 
and Wittersham, Kent, remainder to Nicholas White of Beckley and 
his heirs. 

1088. 

ADAM WHITE, gent. Vol. 340, No. 239. 

E. G., 30 June 11 James. Died 15 Oct. 9 James. 



240 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Heir, sou Francis White, gent., aged 16 and more. 

Lands." The Cunifeild," " Shyre," " Millfields," " Pewes," " Mul- 
berrycloses," " Ferymarshe " and other lands in Winchelsea and 
Plumsted, Kent, " Coulharbers " in .... ington, co. Essex. Made 
will 1 Oct. 9 James, and left to Ester his wife lands in Essex. 

1089. 

RICHARD WHFTE. Vol. 605, No. 14. 

E. Or., 23 Sept. 17 Chas. Died 20 July last. 

Heir, son Richard White, nged 15 years 7 days. 

Lauds." Bowrers," " Bullers aliat Bullords," " Fletchers," " Mill- 
shormes " and " Foxholes " in Horsham. Made will 3 Aug. 1637 son 
Richard, a minor daughters Elizabeth W., Rachel W. and Leah W. 

1090. 

WILLIAM WHITEBEEAD. Vol. 379, Nos. 37, 43 and 50. 
E. G., 5 Nov. 15 James. Died 8 June last at Ashurst. 
Heir, son William, aged 9 and more. 

Lands. Messuage and land called " Jesops " in Ashurst and 
Seale, co. Sussex, and " Perrymeade " in Ashurst. 

1091. 

WILLIAM WHITTINGTON. Vol. 566, No. 45. 

E. G., 15 Jan. 14 Charles. Died 3 Oct. last. 

Coheirs, daughters Elizabeth Whittington, aged 5 years 11 months, 
and Jane W., aged 2 years and 4 months. 

Lands. " Cookes," a spot where an old mill formerly stood, "Fur- 
mings," a messuage and tenement, etc., in Wisboro Green, " Lacyes " 
and " Bakers " in Kirdford, " Streatehouse alias Streateland " in 
W. G. By deed 4 July 7 Chas. in consideration of marriage between 
himself and Elizabeth Butler, daughter of Christopher Butler of 
W. G., clerk, enfeoffed trustees to use of W. W. and his wife for life 
of survivor, after to right heirs. Elizabeth the widow still living. 

1092. 

JOHN WHYTING, gent. Vol. 258. No. 108. 

E. G., 28 Feb. 41 Eliz. Died 3 March 34 Eliz. at Clayton. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 21 and more at his father's death. 

Lands. Advowson and patronage of church of Clayton-cuin-Keymer 
held of Queen by military service, worth nothing because John Fareley, 
clerk, the incumbent, is still living at Clayton. 

1093. 

JOHN WICKINGE. Vol. 278, No. 153. 
E. G., 24 Sept. 35 Eliz. Died 20 Dec. last at Hartfield. 
Heir, grandson John Wickinge, aged 14 years, son of Thomas W., 
son of J. W. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 241 

Lands." Pickstones," " Old Adams," " Wolvescroft." Made 
will 11 Dec. 1589, and left to grandson John W., son of Thomas W., 
remainder to William, brother of John, junior, remainder to William, 
son of said John, senior. 

1094. 

JOHN WICKING. Vol. 578, No. 26. 

E. G., 1 Aug. 15 Charles. Died 8 Sept. 14 Charles at E. G. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas, aged 30 and more. 

Lands. Messuage, barn and lands called " Pickstones " in E. G-., 

Id Adams," " Salters " and " the Great Mead " in E. G. 



Old 



1095. 



THOMAS WIDEEISHE. Vol. 67, No. 103. 
Battle, 8 Nov. 34 Hen. VIII. Died 13 Feb. 29 Hen. VIII. 
Heir, eldest son George Widerishe, aged 12 years and more at Inq. 
Lands in Pett, Farley, Guestling, Icklesham and Pevensey. 

1096. 

WILLIAM WIDNELL alias WIGNALL. Vol. 379, No. 101. 
E. G., 10 Sept, 18 James. Died 15 Feb. 44 Eliz. at Tandridge. 
Heir, .... William Widnell alias Wignall (age and relationship 
almost illegible). 

Lands. Property in Rotherfield. but most in Surrey and Lincoln. 



1097. 

THOMAS WILDGOSE, son and heir of JOHN W. Vol. 67, No. 101. 

E. G., 6 July 34 Hen. VIII. Died 1 September last. 

Heir, son John Wildgose, aged 14 on 18 March last. 

Lands in Hartfield, Crowhurst, Ardingly, Hoo, West Hoathly, 
Warnham, Withyham, Hollington, Hastings, Whatlington, and 
Westfield. 

1098. 

JOHN WILDEGOSE of Salehurst, esq. Vol. 292, No. 162. 

E. G., 21 Jan. 4 James. Died 16 Aug. last. 

Heir, son Sir John Wildegose, aged 40 and more. 

Lands." Beldowne," "Iridge," "Fonts farm," "Ockham," "Hig- 
ham," etc., in Salehurst, manor of Lowden or Kencham alias Cassing- 
ham, co. Kent, manors of Carnelloyd alias Clancarvan, Moulton alias 
Lyndmerston, and Lechecastle in co. Glamorgan. J. W. by deed 21 May 
30 Eliz. on marriage between John Wildegos his son and heir appt. 
and Grace Annesley, eldest daughter of Brian Annesley of Lewisham, 
co. Kent, esq., settled on self, then on John Wildegos and his heirs, 
remainder to Thomas Wildegos his second son and his heirs male, 
remainder to right heirs of J. W. the father. 

VOL. XIV. B 



242 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

1099. 

JOHN WILDIGOS, late of Salehurst, knt. Vol. 728, No. 23. 

Battle, 30 Aug. 13 Chas. Died 2 Dec. last. 

Heir. Premises ought to descend to Robert W., esq., only son of 
Anneslye W., knt., deceased, son and heir of J. W., knt., aged 21 and 
more. 

Lands. "Beldowue" in Salehurst, manor of Iredge and Pouts 
Farm, Upper and Nether Ockham, and Higham, all in S. 

1100. 

GEORGE WILLABD. Vol. 238, No. 19. 
E. G., 7 Oct. 36 Eliz. Died 3 April last. 

Heir, grandson George Willard, son and heir of Eichard W., 
son and heir of G. W., aged 16 years and 4 months at Inq. 

Lands." Batons," " Sandys" and "Hickmans" in "West Hoathly. 

1101. 

GEOEGE WILLAED, clerk. Vol. 410, No. 70. 

E. G., 1 June 7 James. Died 29 Sept. 4 James at West Hoathly. 

Heir, sister Anne, wife of Edmund Chapman, aged 30 years and more 

Lands in West Hoathiy. 

1102. 

ANNE WILLETT, late wife of John Willett and one of the sisters 
and coheiresses of Eichd. Tounge, deceased. Vol. 517, No. 33. 

Shoreham, 22 May 11 Charles. Died 24 Aug. 5 Charles. 

Heir, daughter Joan Willett, aged 1 month 5 days. 

Lands. By Inq. at Petworth 1 Sept. 22 James p.m. aforesaid 
Eichard Tounge, son and heir of William Tounge, it was found that 
" Birchetts " and "Saunders" in Wisborough Green came into King's 
hands by reason of minority of E. T., as also "Williams " in W. G., 
and that Joan Toung, then wife of Henry Mill, Jane Toung, then 
wife of William Whittington. Anne Toung, afterwards said A. W., 
Grace Toung, Eachell Toung, and Sara Toung, daughters of said 
Wm. Tounge, were sisters and coheirs of Eichard Tounge. Jurors 
now say Jane, wife of Wm. Whittingdon, died without issue, whereby 
her share descended to Joan M., A. W., Grace T., Eachell T., and 
Sara T., and Anne, seized of one-fifth part, married John Willett. 
By her death her one-fifth part has come to King. 

1103. 

HENET WILLOTJGHBT, esq. Vol. 23, No. 254. 
Lewes, 25 June 21 Hen. VII. Died .... 
Heir, 

Lands. Manors of Hammese alias Hames and .... (faded and 
somewhat illegible). 

1104. 

JOHN WILSON, esq. Vol. 700, No. 152. 

Petworth, 20 Aug. 17 Chas, Died I Feb. last at Sheffield, co. 
Sussex. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 243 

Heir, son John, aged 30 and more. 

Lands in Plumpton. Made indenture 26 July 6 Charles between 
himself, John W., jun., his eldest son, and William W. his second son. 
Lands in Chayley and Marsefield. Mary W. his wife. 

1105. 

HENRY WINDESOR, esq. Vol. 92, No. 109. 

Horsham, 19 Aug. 4 Edw. VI. 

To enquire of the idiocy of Henry Windesor, esq. Jurors say 
H. W. is an idiot and unable to take care of his lands, etc. 

Lands. Half manors of Brambletye and Lavertye, Nuttborne, 
100 messuages, 40 cottages and lands, and 4 rent, manors of Suthe 
Harting, Weste Harting, Este Harting, and Rogate, 100 messuages, 
60 cottages, and lands, etc., and 20 rent ; alienated the same to 
Edmund Forde, esq. Constance Ryve, now wife of Thomas Ryve, 
esq., is his sister and next heir, aged 33 years and more at Inq. 

1106. 

HENRY WYNDESORE, esq. Vol. 101, No. 103 (2). 

E. Gr., 15 Nov. (1 ?) Mary. Died 25 Sept. 1 Mary. 

Heir, Const .... is his heir and is of age of 36 and more. 

Lands. Manor of Notburne and of half mauors of Brambletye 
and Lavertye. He and Eleanor his wife sold them to Edmund Forde, 
esq., for .... (end of Hen. VIII., beginning of Edw. VI.), and after 
Edmund Forde sold Brambletye and Lavertye to Thomas G-aynesford 
and John Sherye, clerk, on 7 Feb. 3 Edw. VI. Thos. Gr. sold his part 
to John Michelborne and John M. sold to John Shery, who left it by 
will to James Pykas. They suffered a recovery of manor of Harting, 
etc., and passed it by fine Michs. 3 Edward VI. to Edmund Forde. Jurors 
quote Inq. at Horsham 19 Aug. 4 Edw. VI. when H. W. was declared 
an idiot. 

1107. 

MARMADUKE WIVELL. Vol. 470, No. 8. 

Shoreham, 18 Jan. 7 Charles. 

Proof of age of Marmaduke Wivell, gent., son and heir of Marma- 
duke Wivell, gent. 

Jurors say : Born in St. Anne's, Lewes, 21 Feb. 1609, bap. there 
25 Feb. same year. 

1108. 

NICHOLAS WOOD. Vol. 278, No. 190. 

Arundel, 26 Aug. 37 Bliz. Died 1 Sept. 35 Eliz. 

Heir, son John Wood, aged 36. 

Lands. Messuage and land called " Plomerden " in Lindfield. 

1109. 

JOHN WOOD of Lyndfeeld, yeo. Vol. 409, No. 119. 
E. Gr., 24 May 3 James. Died 20 March 45 Eliz. 



244 SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 

Heir, son Nicholas, aged 15 years 3 months 3 weeks at Iriq. 

Lands. " Plomarden " in Lyndfield. Anne Wood, relict of Nicholas 
Wood, father of J. W., holds one-third part as dower. She is now 
living at Lindfield. 

1110. 

ROBERT WOOD, yeoman. Vol. 289, No. 65. 

E. G., 29 July 3 James. Died 30 Oct. last. 

Heir, son John, aged 26 and more. 

Lands. Capital messuage, barns, orchard and land, and moiety of 
woodland, " Coppins," " Upperdowneway," " Mylkhurst," " Leckleys," 
"Funnells," "Broomfields," "Pinfolds/' " Alsherne," " Broadfelde " 
and " le Marie " in Waldron. 

1111. 

EICHAED WOOD. Vol. 355, No. 37. 

Petworth, 10 Dec. 14 James. Died last March last at Horsted 
Keynes. 

Heir, son John Wood, aged 30 years and more. 

Lands. " Odyns " and lands in Horsted Keynes, " Godmans " 
with lands belonging called " Carly croft," " Hannycroft," " Deane 
land," " Sonder " and " Gibbs " in Horsted Keynes. 

1112. 

JOSEPH WOOD. Vol. 379, No. 56, and Vol. 417, No. 11. 

E. G., 11 Aug. 18 James. Died 1 Dec. 5 James at Cowfold. 

Heir, daughter Elizabeth, born after father's death and aged 
12 years 3 months at Inq. 

Lands. " Little Kings," land in Bolney, and " Learches meade " 
in Cowfold, and reversion after death of Richard Wood, father of 
J. W., and Margaret Wood his wife, of Scaynes in West Grinstead and 
" Patches " in Cowfold. Richard Wood and Margaret his wife survived 
him, but had died on 1 Feb. last at Cowfold. 

1113. 

JOHN WOOD. Vol. 628, No. 33. 

Shoreham, 29 July 5 Charles. Died 8 Feb. last. 

Heirs, great-nieces Anne, now wife of Mathew Nibblett, and 
Elizabeth Wood, viz., daughters and heirs of John Wood, deceased, son 
and heir of Henry Wood, similarly deceased, elder brother of J. W., 
Anne N., aged 25 and more, and Elizth. W., aged 23 and more. 

Lands. " Saxtens " at or near Roughey in Horsham, " Englands " 
at or near Roughey, " Aliens alias Aylwyns," and " Little Chimneyes " 
and other lands, etc., at or near Roughey. 

1114. 

JOHN WOOD, gent. Vol. 548, No. 46. 

New Shoreham, 5 April 12 Charles. Died 15 May 6 Charles at 
Waldron. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 245 

Heir, only son John, aged 3 years 8 months. 

Lands. Capital messuage, etc., and land in Waldron, moiety of 
" Willards " in Waldron, other lands in W. 

1115. 

THOMAS WOOD, gent. Vol. 622, No. 31. 

E. G-., 15 Jan. 20 Charles. Died 10 Oct. last. 

Heir, son Thomas, aged 12 years 7 months 20 days. 

Lands. Manor of Chirletou alias Charlington, " Willards alias 
Chantlers " in Westboadly, lands called " Nutbrowues place," " Does 
Marsh" in Hooe, " Copehammeade " in Horsted Keynes, a messuage 
called " Cokehams " in H. K., " Colesfield " and " Woodsland " in 
Horsted Keynes, " Spongate " in E. G., messuages and lands called 
"Bridgers," "Easthouse" and"Brimehouse" in Hurstpierpoint. Made 
will 30 Dec. 1643 lauds to ex'or till son Thomas is 21, if s.p. then to 
son Richard, if s.p. then to my daughters equally (daughter Mary 
mentioned) brother-in-law Sir William Culpepper, bart. 



WOOD. See also AWOOD, ATT WOOD, etc. 

1116. 

PETEE WOODGATE. Vol. 209, No. 51. 

E. a., 18 July 28 Eliz. Died .... April 23 Eliz. at Hawkhurst, 
co. Kent. 

Heir, son Edmund, aged 39 aud more. 

Lands. Seized of manor of Leweus in Hailsham and of " North- 
heath " in H., " Luckas Downe " and ' Brokes Downe " in Echiugham 
and Ticehurst, etc. Katherine W. is his ex'trix. 

1117. 

THOMAS WOODGATE. Vol. 606, No. 71, and Vol. 700, No. 150. 

Lewes, 5 April 17 Charles. Died 28 Aug. last. 

Heir, eldest son Thomas, aged 30. 

Lands. " Anys Croft" and " Eedyns " in E. G., " Ewridges " and 
" Bowriggs alias Turners lands " in Hartfield," " Collens alias Collens- 
field " in E. G-., " Sherts alias Shorts " and " Whalesbarrow," " Good- 
wyns alias Annys Croft " in E. G., " Serris alias Erris " in E. G-. 

1118. 

RICHAED WOESELBY, knt. and bart. Vol. 618, No. 10. 

Horsham, 21 April 18 Charles. Died 26 June 19 James. 

Heir, son Henry Worseley, bart., aged 7 years 10 months 26 days. 

Lands. Manors of Chidham, Zackett and Middleton. By deed 
17 Dec. 14 James let them to Lady Elizabeth White and Eliz. White, 
her daughter, for their lives at rent of 13s. 4d. 



246 SUSSEX IKQUISITIOKS. 

1119. 

THOMAS WYATT of Flaunceham. Vol. 278, No. 150. 
.Horsham, 22 Oct. 35 Eliz. Died 22 Feb. 35 Eliz. 
Heir, son Thomas, aged 33 years (b. 1560). 

Lands. Property in Feltham alias Felgham, Chapel House de 
Wykem F. 

1120. 

WILLIAM YELDINGE, yeo. Vol. 295, No. 34. 
E. G., 3 June 5 James I. Died 2 April last. 
Heir, son William, aged 15 years 4 months and 19 days. 
Lauds in Hollington and Wittington, named. Joan, widow of 
W. Y., survives at Hollington. 

1121. 

ABRAHAM YEALDING. Vol. 411, No. 157. 
E. G., 2 Nov. 11 James. Died 1 Feb. 10 James. 
Heir, sou John Y., aged 8 years 20 days. 

Lands. Messuage and lands called " Coggers " in Battle. In 
hands of King by recusancy of Thomas Pounds, esq. 

1122. 

WILLIAM YOUNGE of Wisborough Green, yeo. Vol. 411, No. 170. 

Petworth, 27 July 11 James. Died 16 July 10 James at Wis- 
borough Green. 

Heir, son Richard, aged 3 years 16 days at Inq. 

Lands. " Burchetts " and " Saunders," also " Williams " in Wis- 
borough Green, " Lordings " in Billingshurst. Made will 13 July 1612 
Richard Younge my son daughters Joane Y., Jane Y., Anne Y., 
Grace Y., Rachel Y. and Sarah Y. 100 apiece at 18 or marriage to 
William Younge, son of Henry Y. of Pulborough, one sheep 
residuary legatee and executor son Richard Young friends Roger 
Whittington and John Banister and John Baker, my brethren by the 
lawe, and Richard Younge, my natural brother, ex'ors in trust for son 
till he is 21. 

1123. 

RICHABD YOUNGE. Vol. 436, No. 43. 

Petworth, 1 Sept. 22 James. Died 9 May last at Wisboro Green, 
under age, son and heir of William Younge. 

Coheirs, Joan, wife of Henry Mill, Jane, wife of William Whit- 
tington. Anne Younge, Grace Y., Rachel Y. and Sara Y. are his 
sisters, of full age. 

Lands called " Birchetts " and " Saunders " in Wisborough Green, 
and " Lordings " in Billingshurst. 

1124. 

JOHN YOUNGE, gent. Vol. 519, No. 97. 
Petworth, 3 Aug. 6 Charles. Died 13 Oct. last. 
Heir, son William, aged 30. 



SUSSEX INQUISITIONS. 247 

Lands. J. T. on 19 Jan. 11 James enfeoffed trustees for self, then 
for Bobert Younge and Henry Younge his sons, of lands in Warneham 
called " Hewells," and other trustees of other lands for William Y., 
son and heir apparent on 7 April 17 James. Ockenden Y., one of his 
sons, married Joan Dalton, daughter of Kichd. Dalton of Ewhurst, co. 
Surrey, about 28 March 2 Charles. J. Y. seized of manor of Henfold, 
co. Surrey, in Capell, Dorking, and Nudigate. William Y., son of J. Y., 
married Eliz., daughter of Ralph Stone. J. Y. made will 12 Oct. 
1629 ; had son Thomas Y. 



( 249 ) 



INDEX OF SURNAMES, 



[The larger figures refer to Inquisitions ; the smaller to persons mentioned therein.] 



A. 



Abergavenny, Lord, 233 

Abrooke. See Brooke 

Acheson, 1 

Acton, 2 

Adam, 3 

Adams, 4 

Adeane alias "Warren, 5 

Aderoll, 706 

Agate, 6, 662 

Agmondeshain, 7, 8 

Akehurst, 9, 10 

Alchorne, 11, 12, 664, 665, 696 

Alcocke, 451 

Alderslade, 180 

Alder ton, 13 

Alford, 14 

Alfrey, 15 to 23 

Allen, 24 

Allwyn, 1031 

Alman, 25 

Almerie, 403 

A Mill. See Mill 

Amore, 26 

Amye, 1003 

Andrewe, 537 

Andrewes, 1056 

Aneston, 27, 967 



Annesley, 1098 

Anstey, 259 

Apps, 674 

Apsley, 28 to 33, 92, 140, 376, 593, 

736, 761, 871, 1022 
Aptott, 34 
Argent, 318 
Argles, 537 
A Ridge. See Ridge 
Arundel, Earls of, 35, 36, 141, 167, 

893 

Ashburnham, 37, 38, 140, 648, 729 
Aske, 39 
Assheby, 321 
Asshehurst, 1038 
Atkyn, 537 
At Ree, 943 
Attwood, 43 
Averiell, 40 
Awcock, 41, 42, 631 
Awdley, 76 

A Wood, 44, 45, 340, 392. See Wood 
Ayliff, 139 
Aylinge, 46, 47 
Aylwin, 48 to 55, 221 
Aynscombe, 56, 365, 701 



B. 



Bacheler, 57, 58, 59, 417 

Backshill (Baxhill), 60, 61, 62 

Badmeringe. See Cooke 

Baker, 63 to 73, 896, 1122 

Balcoiube, 405 

Ballard, 74 

Ballet, 455 

Banaster, 103, 382. See Bannister 

Banister, 1122. See Bannister 

Banks, 75 

Bannister, 76, 77, 531 

Barantyne (Barrentyne), 78, 572, 652, 

725, 739, 1045, 1050 
Barber, 1079, 1080 
Barbara, 79 
Barker, 455 

Barnard, 80 to 85, 92, 786 
VOL. XIV. 



Barnham, 86, 87 

Barowe, 1038 

Barrenden, 88 

Bartelott, 89, 90 

Bartlett, 943 

Barwick, 91, 92 

Bate, 571 

Baughe, 976 

Bawdewyne alias Edmunds, 624 

Baxhill, 1074 

Bayly, 93 

Beard, 94, 95, 725 

Beaumont, Viscount, 96 

Beechinge, 162, 191 

Belhouse (Bellhouse), 99, 937 

Belknap, 97, 98, 926 

Bell, 539, 876 

8 



250 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



Bellingham, 76, 100 to 109, 382, 484 

Belson, HO, 451 

Bendloes, 451 

Benge, 111 

Bennett, 98, 112 to 118, 657, 673, 

712 

Benok, 119 

Berkeley, Marquis of, 120 
Berkeley, 765 
Best, 121 

Bettesworth, 122 to 129 
Bickley, 130, 131, 132 
Birch, 108 
Birstie, 133 

Bishopp, 14, 134 to 137, 683 
Blackwell, 305 
Blake, 138 
Blount, 139 
Blunt, 452 
Bodies, 79 
Boleyn, 577 
Bolney, 140, 314 
Bolokherde, 141, 142 
Bonvyle, 143, 144 
Bonwicke, 145 
Boodes, 146 
Booker, 147 

Boord, 148 to 153, 680, 943 
Borough, 1076 
Borowe, 154 
Botting, 629 
Boulde, 260 
Bowyer or Boyer, 108, 155 to 160, 782, 

993 

Boys, 161, 904, 986, 1029 
Boyse, 121 
Brabon, 162, 191 
Bradbury, 1079, 1080 
Bradford, 163 
Bradshawe, 164 
Brakynshawe, 267 



Brandon, 951 

Braye, 165, 166 

Breadon, 596 

Brereton, 240 

Brett (Britt), 167 to 171 

Brewster, 455 

Bridger, 172 

Brigden, 173 

Brodbridge (Bryddbridge), 174, 193 

Bromfield, 175 

Brooke, 176, 177, 339, 340, 341 

Broun (Brown), 178 to 184, 414, 

577, 965. See Mountague 
Bruster, 539 
Bruton, Abbot of, 185 
Bryan, 186, 187, 188 
Buckhurst, Lord, 712 
Budgett, 1079, 1080 
Bufkin, 175 
Bulman, 189, 226 
Burch, 890 
Burchett, 934 
Burcombe, 832 
Burdett, 190, 191, 368 
Burdeville, 192, 193 
Burrell, 194 
Burrey, 628 
Burrishe, 195, 196 
Burt, 197 
Burte, 166 

Burtenshawe, 198, 199, 200, 567 
Burton, 201 to 204, 470, 1042 
Busbridge, 205 

Butcher alias Cooper. See Cooper 
Butler, 560, 1091 
Byden, 496 
Bylsby, 669 
Bynam, 206 

Byne, 207, 208, 209, 356 
Byrch, 159, 329 
Bysshe, 210, 211 



c. 



Caesar, 682 

Caldicott, 1040 

Campion, 813, 969 

Carewe, 183, 212, 641, 692, 694 

Carpenter, 930 

Carr, 99, 211 

Carver, 217 

Caryll, Carell, etc., 213 to 216, 804, 

918 

Cassy, 156 
Catley, 218, 219 
Cawley, 220, 829 
Chalcroft, 221 
Chaloner, 222 to 228, 371, 385, 638, 

639 



Chamber, 203, 229 

Chamberlayne, 230 

Chapman, 67, 1101 

Charles, 611 

Charte, 231 

Chatfield, 232 to 235, 366, 750 

Cheale, 236 

Cherriman, 237 

Cheseman, 244 

Cheyney (Cheyne), 238 to 243 

Christopher, 611 

Churcher, 245, 712 

Claget, 246 

Clarke, 484 

CJeves, Anne of, 247, 48 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



251 



dowser, 732 

Cobden, 248, 249, 250 

Cobham, 154, 1076 

Coke, 98 

Colbrand, 251, 252, 253 

Coldham, 254, 899 

Cole, 721 

Coleraau (Colman), 230, 255, 256 

Collins (Colyn, Collen), 257, 258, 259, 

679 

Colpys, 260 
Colthurst, 261 
Combe, 735, 736 
Comber, 262, 263, 264 
Comptou, 589, 1030 
Corny e, 265 
Constable, 719 

Cooke, 84, 85, 266 to 279, 281, 1038 
Cooke alias Badmeringe, 280 
Cooper, 281, 282, 283, 627. See also 

Cowper 

Cooper alias Butcher, 284, 793 
Copley, 285, 286, 447, 898 
Coppard, 235, 287 
Copulstone, 143 
Corneford, 288 



Costerdell, 289 

Cotton, 440 

Courthope, 524 

Covert, 89, 263, 290 to 294, 662, 898, 

948 

Cowlestocke, 696 
Cowper, 295 to 299, 301 to 304- 741. 

See also Cooper 
Cowper alias Stenvnge, 300 
Cox, 942 
Crabbe, 305 
Cradle, 1056 
Crane, 306 
Cranley, 7 
Crispe, 451 
Cromer, 896 
Cromwell, 247, 483 
Crottenden, 923 
Crouch, 33 

Crowcher, 307 to 311 
Crunden, 312 
Crush, 303 
Cryour, 1038 
Culpeper, 243, 313 to 317, 407, 440, 

847, 1019, 1115 
Cutler, 381 



D. 



Dacre, 818. See Fenys, Fynes 

Dalton, 1124 

Darcye, 318 

Darkenall, 319, 932 

Darrell, 320, 756 

Dawtrey, 321 to 326, 736 

Day, 327 

Deering, 663. See Dereing 

De la Warr. See West 

Delve, 103, 328 

Dendye, 113 

Denis, 329 

Denne, 1038 

Denton, 286 

Derby, Earl, 330 

Derehaugh, 730 

Dereing, 297, 1073. See Deering 

Devenyshe, 331, 790 

Dewnysh, 867 

Dickinson, 605 

Dinjdey, 332 

Dirkiu, 333 

Dobell, 86, 87, 334 

Dod, 604 



Domiscall, 882 

Dormer, 215 

Dorset, Earls, 335, 336, 337, 659. See 

also Sackville 
Downer, 338 
Downinge, 755, 756 
Downton, 904 
Doyley, 948 

Draper, 176, 339, 340, 341 
Drapyer, 455 
Drewe, 211, 342 to 347 
Drurye, 76 
Duck'er, 139 
Dudley, 348 
Duffield, 18' 
Dufford, 349 
Duncombe, 884 
Dunmoll, 350 
Dunstall, 351, 352 
Duppa, 353 
Dyer, 406 
Dyke, 354, 355 
Dyne, 356, 774 



Earle, 990 

Earsfield. See Eversfield 

Edmonds, 357, 358, 359 



E. 



Edmunds alias Bawdewyne, 624 

Edsawe, 360 

Edwards, 361 to 366, 575 

s 2 



252 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



Egerton, 763 

Egglesdean, 367 

Eglestone, 414 

Elles, 375 

Ellis, 79 

Ellyott, 368 

Elmes, 864 

Elphick, 369 to 374, 406 

Elryngton, 376 

Elson, 377 



Elvered, 378 

Erneley, 76, 348, 379, 380, 381, 584 

Essex, 735, 886 

Esson, 34 

Etchingham, 789 

Evelyn, 980 

Everard, 103, 382 

Eversfield, 378, 383 to 387, 485, 648 

Evershed, 1074 



Fachin, 510 

Fairemanner, 388, 389, 390 

Falconer (Faulconer, Favvlkner), 347, 

391 to 397, 589, 774 
Fane, 1047 
Fareley, 1092 
Farmer, 65, 398 
Farnefold, 399 to 403, 1046 
Fawkenor alias Michelgrove, 926 
Feest, 932 
Felde, 571 

Feldwicke, 404, 405 
Fennell, 406- See Funnell 
Fenner, 407, 408 
Fenys. See Fynes 
Ferrall, 409, 869, 1012 
Ferrer, 410 
Fitton, 411, 528 
FitzLewes, 669 
Fitz- Williams, 927. 965 
FitzWilliams alias Fisher, 965 
Ford, 412, 1105, 1106. 



Forman, 837 

Forster, 472 

Fortescue, 412 

Foster, 413 to 416 

Fowle, 417 to 420, 596, 863 

Foxley, 804 

Foyce, 421 

Frank, 422 

Fraye, 423 

Frebody, 424 to 426 

Freeman, 566 

French, 427 to 429 

Fromond, 1019 

Frye, 48 

Fulford, 143, 144 

Fuljambe, 965 

Fuller, 430 to 434, 701, 987, 1068 

Fuimell, 435- See Fennell 

Furlonger, 737 

Fynche, 436 

Fynes or Fenys, 315, 379, 437 to 443 



G. 



Gage, 103, 444 to 453, 517, 817, 1018, 

1073 

Garton, 454 to 460, 993 
Gaston, 461 
Gawen, 462, 463 
Gaymer, 464 
Gaynesford, 103, 1106 
Geering, 84, 465, 1071 
Genman. See Jenman 
Gerard, 466 
Gerhard. See Jerbard 
German, 993 
Geste, 467 
Gibb, 468 
Gibbon, 166, 469 
Gildridge, 470, 471 
Glemham, 472 
Glidd, 473 
Goddard, 457 
Godley, 474 



Godman, 475 

Gold, 163 

Goldsmith (Gouldsmith), 476, 562, 

1063 

Good, 477 
Goodman, 804 
Goodwyn, 478 
Gorge,"479 
Goring, 382, 480 to 486, 593, 722, 

723, 920, 1028 

Gouldsmith. See Goldsmith 
Gratwick, 263, 487 to 505, 566 
Graunt, 506 

Graves, 507 to 509, 1020 
Gray, 46, 510 

Green (Grene), 220, 511 to 515 
Grenefyld (Greenfield), 309, 719 
Grey, 855 
Griffith, 1079 
Gryfyu, 511 



INDEX Otf SURNAMES. 



253 



Grynyere, 88 

Guldeford (Guildford), 453, 516, 517, 

1073 
Gunter (Gounter), 518 to 521, 894, 993 



Gurney, 6C9 
Gyles, 406 
Gyttens, 270 



H. 



Haddon, 204 

Hale (Kail, Hawle), 522 to 525 

Halsey, 526 

Hainan, 674 

Hamond, 1021 

Harbottel, 527, 528 

Hard wick, 405 

Harecourt, 529 

Harman, 530, 763 

Harmer, 145, 531 

Harper, 663 

Harris, 895 

Harrison, 859, 1063 

Harrison alias Hall, 532 

Hart (Harte), 533, 534, 793 

Hauchet, 459 

Havell, 535 

Hawkins, 536, 537 

Hay (Hayes), 538, 539, 540, 756, 987, 

1038 

Hayte, 796 
Heasman, 541 
Heath, 263, 542 
Hebden, 531, 543 
Hendley, 544, 1047 
Henley, 160 

Hennage, 545, 546, 547 
Henslye, 548 
Hepden. See Hebden 
Hever, 981 
Hiberden, 549 
Hichecoke, 193 
Hide (Hyde), 276, 550 to 554 



Hidney, 555 

Highland, 665 

Hilder, 556 

Hills (Hylles), 557, 558 

Hipken, 559 

Hobbs, 746 

Hobson, 560 

Hodgson, 561 to 565, 760 

Hodsoll, 566 

Holcombe alias Onstye. See Onstye 

Holden, 567, 568 

Holland, 318, 569, 570 

Hollier, 571 

Holman, 572 to 575, 1012 

Holmewood (Homewood), 325, 576 

Holney, 776 

Homeden, 223 

Hony, 396 

Hoo, 577 

Hooke, 942 

Horscrofte, 110 

Hosmer, 263 

Hotheroppe, 578 

Houghton, 365 

Howell, 63, 406, 579 

Hudson, 580 

Huggetts, 79 

Humphrey, 581, 582, 631 

Hunt, 583, 952 

Husee (Husey, Hussey), 584 to 586, 

669 

Hyde. See Hide 
Hygate, 621 



Iddesworth, 898 
Infield, 587 to 589 
Ireland, 590, 591 



I. 



Isham, 1019 
Iston, 1019 



Jackman, 592 

Jeffrey (Jeffray), 593 to 595 

Jenkins, 596 

Jenman (Genman), 597 to 599 

Jenner, 600, 601, 773 

Jerbard (Gerhard), 602, 879 

Jerman alias Mittell, 603 



J. 



Jerman, 604 

Johnson, 852, 1012 

Jones, 605 

Jorden, 162, 606, 607, 608, 992 

Jowre, 305 

Jutton, 609, 610 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



K. 



Keate, 494 

Keete, 611 

Kemp (Kempe), 272, 612, 613 

Kenchley, 614 

Kensley (Kentisley), 615, 616 

Kiddall, 392 

Kidder, 617, 663 

Killick, 333 

King, 326, 496, 618, 619, 620 



Kington (Kyngton), 621, 622 

Knevet, 412 

Knight, 190, 191, 473, 521, 623 to 

629, 661 
Kybe, 630 
Kyffin, 1019 
Kyme, 631 
Kyrton, 348 



L. 



Laker, 632 

Lambert, 80 i 

Lane, 633, 634 

Langford, 635, 636 

Laugrishe or Langridge, 637 

Langworth, 228, 638, 639, 640 

Lawley, 682 

Lawrence, 90 

Leche, 641 

Ledbeter, 366 

Lee, 642 

Leedes, 643 

Leefe, 644 

Leicester, 645 

Lennard, 818 

Lenthall, 330 

Leventhorpe, 1030. 1031 

Levett, 385, 646 to 649 

Lewkenor, 139, 260, 348, 414, 423, 

445, 493, 505, 650 to 657, 845, 898, 

1045, 1073 
Lickfould, 658 
Lidgater. See Ludgater 



Lightfoote, 605 

Lindsay (Lyndsey), 659 

Linn (Lynn), 660, 661 

Lintott (Lyntott), 503, 662 

Listney, 663 

Litler, 227 

Lock. See Lok 

Lockier, 664, 665 

Lodger, 666 

Lok (Lock), 46, 667 

Longe, 668, 856 

Longburst, 256 

Lovell, 96, 669 

Lucas, 366, 670, 1063 

Luck (Lucke), 671 to 674 

Ludgater (Lidgater), 142, 273, 712 

Ludlowe, 675 

Lumley, Lord, 272, 592, 1022 

Lutman, 676 

Luxford, 567, 677 to 680 

Lyne, 516 

Lytle, 295 



M. 



Magewick, 972, 973 

Maltravers, 270, 357, 520, 1057 

Mandevile, 681 

Maners, lord Roos, 669 

Manninge, 682 

Marche, 683, 684, 685 

Marden, 721 

Markwick (Markewyke). 575, 686, 920 

Marlott, 687 

Marrett, 688 

Marshall, 689 

Martin (Martyn), 537, 690, 878, 1033 

Mascall, 183, 532, 691 to 694 

Mason, 87, 516 

Massy, 695 

Mathew, 260, 696 

Mattock, 784 

Mauldrett, 1074 

May, 459, 697 to 703, 954, 955, 987 



Maynard, 367, 701, 704 to 707 

Mayney, 594 

Meere, 25, 708 

Meller, 1038 

Mellershe, 709 

Message, 935 

Michelborne (Mychelborne), 112, 724 

to 729, 819, 1106 
MicheJgrove alias Fawkenor, 926 
Michell (Mychell), 132, 152, 289, 352, 

365, 584, 630, 641, 710 to 723, 823, 

874, 928, 1080 

Middleton, 118, 393, 730, 731, 732 
Midmore (Mydmore), 733 
Mill (Myll, A Myll), 734 to 740, 746, 

1102, 1123 
Miller, 2, 865, 996 
Mills, 741, 742, 743 
Milward, 744 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



255 



Minshull. See Mynshalle 

Mittell. See Jerman 

Mohun, 139 

Monke, 745, 746, 943 

Moore, 384 

Moorey or Morey, 302, 747, 748, 749 

More, 546, 750, 751, 896 

Morgan, 1019 

Morie, 46 

Morley, 151, 752 to 760, 943 



Morton, 761 

Mose, 768 

Mott, 593 

Mountague, Viscount, 762- 

Browne 
Moyle, 436 
Muddle, 72 
Muschampe, 763 
Mynshalle, 764 



N. 



Naldrett, 765, 766, 767 
Napper, 496, 768, 769, 998 
Nateley, 770 
Neeves, 665 
Neville, 233, 672, 1045 
Newman, 771, 772, 793 
Newnam, 394, 773, 774 
Newton, 775, 843 
Nibblett, 1113 
Nicholas, 776, 777 
Nicholl, 695 



Nicholson, 457 

Noires, 96 

Norfolk, Duchess of, 778 

Northumberland, Earl of, 779, 781 

Northumberland, Duchess of, 780, 1073 

Norton, 346, 403 

Norwood, 566 

Nowell, 782 

Nutley, 394 

Nye, 783, 819 



Older (Oulder), 493, 505 

Oliver, 784 

Onlye, 785, 786 

Onstye, 1042, 1048 

Onstye alias Holcombe, 787 

Orme, 459 

Osborne, 788 



o. 



Ovenden, 665 

Overbury, 948 

Owen, 1073 

Oxenbridge (Oxenbrigge), 753, 789, 

790 
Oxford, Earl of, 96 



P. 



Packer, 864 

Page, 535, 540, 791 to 795, 917 

Paine (Payne), 796 to 802 

Palmer, 127, 137, 493, 803 to 809, 948 

Pankhurst, 301. See Penkehurst 

Panuett (Paynett), 810 to 813 

Parham, 814, 815 

Parker, 575, 816, 817, 818, 921 

Paruell, 25 

Parson, 819, 820, 821 

Patche, 822 

Patching, 584, 823, 824, 825 

Pawlett, 631 

Pay (Paye), 826, 827 

Peachey (Peachye), 828, 829 

Peake, 956 

Pearly, 830 

Peck, 414, 831 

Peckham, 706, 832, 833, 834 

Peirce, 835- See Piers (Pyers) 

Pelham, 836 to 840, 1019 



Pelland (Pellond), 773, 841, 842, 843 

Pellett, 272, 317, 399, 844 to 847 

Penfold, 661, 848, 849 

Peniall, 850 

Penkehurst, 851- See Paukhurst 

Penyfold, 1012 

Percy, 528 

Per man, 659 

Persehay, 852 

Peryer, 853, 999 

Petter, 378 

Phillipps, 1008 

Pickayes (Pyckayes), 854, 1106. See 

Pickes 

Pickering, '211 
Piokes, 943. See Pickayes 
Pickham, 859 
Picknold, 860 
Picombe (Pycombe), 855 
Piers (Pyers), 195, 861, 862. See 

Peirpe 



256 



INDEX of SURNAMES. 



Pike (Pyke), 856, 857 

Piper (Pyper), 858 

Pole or Poole, 652 

Polhill, 863 

Poling, 13 

Polsted, 864 

Ponynges or Poynings, 178 

Pope, 471 

Porter, 70, 73, 318, 350, 365, 378, 

865, 1020 
Potter, 1068 
Poulett, 391, 398, 866 



Pound (Pownd), 867, 868 
Pounds, 1121 
Pressey, 931 
Preston, 690 
Prymer, 869 
Puckell, 870 
Puckering, 758 
Pudsey, 1019 
Puttenham, 790 
Pykas. See Pickayes 
Pyke, 668 



Racton, 956 

Radford, 563 

Randolph, 871 

Ranson, 98 

Rapley, 872, 873 

Ratleff, 331 

Ravenscroft, 172, 874 

Reeve, 578, 875, 876, 877 

Relfe, 378, 560, 878 

Reynolds, 804 

Richbell (Rychebell), 602, 879 

Ridge alias A Ridge, 880 

Rivers, 881, 948 

Roberts, 62, 503, 755, 756, 882 to 885 

Rodwell, 339, 341 



Rogers, 886 

Roos, 479, 669 

Rootes (Roots), 339, 887, 888, 889, 

1019 

Rose, 890, 891, 1020 
Rumbridger, 892 
Rutnney, 976 

Rushton (Rysshetou, Russon), 893, 894 
Russell, 895 

Rutland, Earl and Countess of, 896, 897 
Ryman, 898 

Ryssheton. See Rushton 
Ryve, 1105 
Ryvett, 899 



s. 



Sackville, 429, 549, 896, 900 to 904. 

See also Dorset, Earls of 
St. John, 838 
St. Ledger, 516 
Sampson, 905, 906 
Sander, 907 

Sandes (Sandys), 908, 909 
Sares, 917 
Sattan, 541 
Saunders, 110 
Saxpes, 910 
Sayer, 911 

Scardevile, 321, 912, 913 
Scates, 566 
Scott, 4, 914, 915 
Scrase, 1039 
Scriven, 916, 917 
Scrope, 96, 391 
Scale, 918, 976, 1074 
Selden, 81 

Selwyn, 470, 919, 920, 921 
Seres, 537 
Seviar, 922, 923 
Shallatt, 924 
Sharpe, 72, 424, 1038 



Shelley, 33, 98, 103, 108, 285, 503, 517, 

569, 570, 925 to 933 
Shepherd alias Sheapherd, 79, 934, 935 
Sheppard, 831 
Sherley (Shirley), 102, 103, 322, 517, 

936 to 940, 985 
Sherlocke, 1033 
Sherman, 347, 379 
Sherwood, 168 
Shery. See Shrere 
Shoosmith, 424 
Short, 283 
Shortridg, 941 

Shreve alias Sherif (Shery), 942, 1106 
Shudd, 943 

Shurley, 293, 454, 631, 944 to 949 
Shurlock, 950 
Shusmith. See Shoosmith 
Sidney, 10, 897, 951, 1009 
Skinner (Skynner), 451, 1068 
Slater, 200 
Slutter, 952 
Slyfield, 245, 953 
Smalham, 474 
Smalpage, 1081 



INDEX OP SURNAMES. 



257 



Smith (Smyth), 119, 265, 366, 451, 

484, 560, 954 to 957, 967, 991 
Snatt, 575 

Snelling, 361, 940, 958, 959, 960 
Somervile, 948 
Somner, 961 
Sone, 962, 963, 964 
Sone alias Swane, 16 
Southampton, Earl of, 965 
Spatchurst, 966 
Speke, 964 
Spencer, 1087 
Springe, 381 

Springett, 967, 968, 969 
Sprott, 970 
Staker, 971, 972, 973 
Standen, 220, 661, 974, 975 
Stanley, 976- See Derby, Earl of 
Stanney (Stannye), 977, 978, 979 
Stansfield, 980 
Staple, 227, 981, 1019 
Stapleton, 96 
Stapley, 706, 941, 981 to 986 



Steuynge alias Cowper. See Cowper 

Stephen, 987 

Stolian, 361 

Stone, 988, 989, 1124 

Stonley, 325 

Storer, 990 

Storye, 991 

Stoughton, 458, 964, 992, 993 

Stradlinge, 994 

Streat, 995 

Streuter, 996 

Strellet, 295 

Stronge, 1044 

Strowde, 997 

Strudwicke (Strodewyke), 712, 998 to 

1005 

Slurt, 1006 
Stuttaford (de), 715 
Styant, 993, 1007, 1008 
Suffolk, Duke of, 951 
Swale, 847 
Swift, 87 
Sydney. See Sidney 



T. 



Tawke, 1009, 1010 

Taylor, 260, 299, 560, 567, 631, 1011 

to 1016 
Thatcher (Thetcher), 34, 103, 639, 

1017, 1018, 1019 
Thomas, 1020, 1021 
Thomason, 563 
Thornden, 1022, 1023 
Thorpe, 1024 
Threele (Threle), 315, 440, 1025, 1026, 

1027 

Thurgood, 1037 
Tich borne, 629 
Tillmau, 863 
Tirrell, 642 

Tompson, 964, 1028, 1029 
Torell (Torrell), 1030, 1031 



Tourner, 568 

Towers, 910 

Townsend, 1075 

Traiton (Trayton), 416, 784 

Tredcrafte (Tredcroft), 663, 1032, 1033 

Tregosse, 1034 

Trencherd, 453 

Tresham, 1019 

Troghton, 518 

Tronnell (Trunell), 1035, 1036, 1037 

Tufton, 831, 1038 

Tupper, 972, 973 

Turke, 725 

Turner, 1012, 1039, 1040 

Tyll, 893 

Tysehurst, 1041 



u. 



Uden, 917 
Underdowne, 593, 1042 



Uvedale, 1043 



Vagger, 193 
Vaghne, 101 
Vale, 431 
Veer, 96 
Vinall, 774, 1044 



V. 



Vincent, 245 
Vives (de), 265 
Vivian, 180 
Vrey, 902 
Vuedall, 867 



258 



INDEX OF SURNAMES. 



w. 



Wade, 708 

Wakeherst, 902 

"Wakeman, 1045 

Walgrave, 1073 

Walker, 575 

Wall, 510, 1046 

Waller, 1047, 1078 

Walshe, 1048 

Walsingham, 951 

Wanteley, Abbot of, 965 

Ward (Warde), 193, 981, 1049 to 1053 

Warden, 859 

Warnett, 201, 695, 1054, 1073 

Warren, 1055 

Waterman, 1056 

Waters, 967 

Watersfield, 821, 1057, 1058 

Watson, 305 

Wattell, 1059 

Wattes (Watts), 1060 to 1064 

Weeks, 1065, 1066 

Weller, 1067, 1068 

Wellis, 902 

Wells, 1069, 1070 

Wenham, 378, 920 

Wessencrofts, 84, 1071 

West, Lord La Warr, 144, 780, 847, 

898, 1072, 1073 
West, 109, 143, 144, 859, 1074 
Westborne, 1075 
Westmoreland, Earl of, 1076 
Weston, 137, 1077 to 1080 



Wheatley, 1081 

Wheeler, 1082, 1083, 1084 

White (Whytt), 1085 to 1089, 1118 

Whitebread, 514, 515, 774, 1090 

Whitfield, 219, 540 

Whitgrove, 812 

Whitmore, 460 

Whittington, 1091, 1102,1122, 1123 

Whyting, 1092 

Wickinge, 1093, 1094 

Widerishe, 1095 

VVidnell alias Wignall, 1096 

Wildgose, 1097, 1098, 1099 

Willard, 1100, 1101 

Willett, 1102 

Williams, 894 

Willoughby, 527, 528, 1103 

Wilson, H04 

Windsor (Wyndesore), 1105, 1106 

Wintersale, 76 

Winton, 103 

Wivell, 1107 

Wod, 148 

Wood ( Woodd), 917,946, 1108 to 1115. 

See also Awood, Att Wood 
Woodgate, 1116, 1117 
Woodman, 820 
Woodward, 355, 921, 964 
Worseley, 1118 
Wotton, 98 
Wroth, 945 
Wyatt.776,1119 



Y. 



Tealding (Teldinge), 1120, 1121 

Yonge (Young), 76, 605, 863, 988, 1102, H22, 1123, 1124 



( 259 ) 



INDEX TO NAMES OF PLACES, 



A. 



Aberton. See Edburton 

Abinger, 55, 283 

Adams, 371, 373 

Adcocks, 94 

Aderyes, 708 

Adriesfield, 632 

Adsden Farm, 521 

Agmondesham, 938 

Agmonds, 287 

Agnesales, 725, 727 

Akehurst. 9, 10 

Albourne, 95 

Alchornes Manor, 337 

Alciston, 447, 450 

Alciston Manor, 446, 447 

Aldingbourne, 462, 463, 1035. 1036, 

1037 

Aldrette (le), 705 
Aldrington, 109, 357, 361, 363, 365, 366, 

524, 718. 720 
Aldwick, 332 
Alehurst, 372, 594 
Alexanders or Cades, 962, 963 
Alfold, 496, 620 
Alfold lands, 591 

Alfriston, 379, 545, 546, 547, 758, 908 
Alfriscon Manor, 181 
Algates, 333 
Aliens, 117, 118 
Aliens or Aylwins, 959, 1113 
Alleworth Manor, 321, 324 
All Hallows or All Saints Steyning, 

London, 14, 865 
Allington or Alyngton Manor. 120, 264, 

330, 337 
Allington or Aningdon Manor, 647, 

648 

All Saints, Hastings, 995 
Almeshouses (le), Horsham, 723 
Almodington (Almoditon), 381, 893, 894 
Almodington Manor, 1016 
Alnewyk, 864 
Alpheton or Aulton, 640 
Alsherne, 1110 
Alvers, 333 



Alyngton. See Allington 

Ambelhurst Manor, 998 

Amberley, 142, 621, 622 

Ambersham, 8, 709 

Arnbres, 406 

Amly, 372 

Amyes or Amyse Manor, 593, 784 

Amyrsam. See Ambersham 

Andrewes, 871 

Angmering. 137. 282, 377,379,481, 490, 
493, 505, 552, 554, 621, 622. See also 
East Angmering and West Ang- 
mering 

Aningdon Manor. See Allington 

Anker (le), 1032 

Annington (Annyndon) Manor, 385, 
386, 387, 550, 952 

Anstye or Testers, 720 

Anyscroft, 1117 

Appledram (Appuldram), 898 

Applesham Manor, 925, 931 

Apsley Manor, 29, 32 

Apsleys Garden, 874 

Apsons eye, 150, 223, 227 

Archers or Archore, 248, 249 

Archreede (le), 969 

Ardingly, 133, 148, 149, 153, 222, 224, 
225, 228, 262. 313, 314, 317. 483, 542, 
724, 1018, 1082, 1083, 1084', 1097 

Arleigh, 419, 420 

Arlington, 12, 148, 176, 315, 331, 339, 
340, 341, 370, 438, 440, 441, 442, 443, 
545, 546, 547, 594. 606, 607. 608, 631, 
640. 895, 908, 1020 

Arundel, 35, 36, 46, 101, 114, 116, 133, 
377, 462, 952, 1013 

Asham Manor, 491, 495, 500, 501 

Ashburnham, 38, 368, 371, 373, 422, 
1041, 1066 

Ashburnham Manor. 38. 878 

Ashcombe Manor, 179. 779, 947 

Ashe, near Farningham, Kent, 566 

Ashecombe, 631, 1044 

Ashfolds, 717, 730 

Ashington, 112, 172, 745, 746, 931, 1068 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Ashington Manor. 292 

Ashling. 232, 912, 992 

Ashmeades, 431, 433 

Ashurst, 84, 117, 118, 137, 169.192. 193, 

207, 208, 465, 499, 550, 635, 645, 647, 

648, 719, 820, 826, 882, 938, 1052, 

1071, 1090 
Ashurstfields, 24 
Ashurst Manor, 844 
Ashurstmeade, 363, 366 
Aske's Saltmarsh, 39 
Atlingworth Manor, 361, 3G5 
Audwick in Stanmer or Oldens and 

Stanmer Manor, 729 
Augurscroft. See Awghurstcroft 
Aulton. See Alpheton 



Austins, 217 

Avellys. 615 

Averys in Hailsham, 406, 772 

Averys in Sompting, 281, 298 

Averys in Wartling. 251 

Awell or Fullers, 153 

Awfold, 570 

Awghurst Croft, 889, 1050, 1051 

Awsters, 876 

Axsmiths. 170 

Axsuntes Manor, 299 

Aylards Croft, 195 

Aylmers, 626 

Aylors, 584 

Aylwins or Aliens, 959, 1113 



B. 



Backshells, 150 

Baconfold, 1052 

Badcocks, 883 

Badhurst or Bathurst Manor, 605, 682 

Badseales or Morefields, 1052 

Baggattsshaye or Baggattshey, 656 

Baisland, 22 

Bakehousecroft. 673 

Bakers in Hailsham, 406 
.. Hamsey, 730 
Kirdford, 1091 

Bakers or Clarkes. 717 

Balcombe, 166, 170, 194, 197, 314, 315, 
394, 395. 461. 724 

Baldens, 46 

Baldwyns, 874 

Ballards, 371 

Ballerie or Balherie, 564, 565 

Ballesdye, 60 

Balls. 370 

Balneth Manor, 480, 481, 483, 486 

Balsdean Manor, 488, 491, 495 

Balslow Hundred, 839 

Baits, 399 

Bangers, 723 

Bannesters, 733 

Bannyster's Court, 76 

Barcombe, 26, 96. 226, 475, 483. 541, 
631, 670, 947, 948 

Barcombe Manor, 212, 246 

Bardowne, 581 

Barefield, 362 

Bargham, 101, 650 

Bargham or Barffham Manor, 650. 806, 
807 

Barnaul's Meadow. See Nicholas Bar- 
ham's Meadow 

Barkefold, 7, 8 

Barkely Mill, 79 

Barkham Manor, 641 

Barking (Essex), 566 

Barkley, 24 

Barlavington, 480, 1029 



Barlavington Manor, 480, 481, 483. 486 

Barlescroft or Burlescroft, 722, 723 

Barleston Manor (Leics.), 530 

Barnefield in Catsfield, 356 

Barnefield in Pulborough, 741 

Barnefield in Wadhurst, 79 

Barnehurst, 205 

Barnes. 917 

Barnet, 1042 

Barnetts in Hailsham, 371 

Barnetts in Warbleton, 368 

Barnettsland place, 344 

Barnham, 357, 377, 627, 660, 661, 926 

Barnham Manor, 866 

Barnhouse Manor, 179 

Barrants, 834 

Barretts Amners, 69 

Barrlands. 587 

Barrs (le), 863 

Bartholomews. 930 

Bartletts, 146, 153 

Basses. See Bosses 

Bassetts Garden, 1033 

Bassetts Manor, 18 

Bassetts Fee Manor, 455 

Bastians, 77 

Batons, 1100 

Battle, 19, 64, 65, 69, 177, 179, 540, 770, 

1076, 1121 

Bauglyes or Hockmans, 22 
Bayham down, 417 
Bayham Manor, 87. 965 
Bayndon (Great and Little) Manors, 

752, 754, 755, 756, 760 
Beaches in Etchingham, 883, 884 
Beaches in Hartfield, 189 
Beards, 372, 595 
Beardsfield, 429 
Beaubusshe Park, 778 
Beauxey Manor, 650 
Bebyngton or Bepton. See Bepton 
Bechington Manor, 920, 921 
Beckingtons, 983 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



261 



Beckley, 97, 175, 240, 241, 242, 527, 575, 

858, 970, 1038, 1059. 1087 
Beck worth, 917 
Beddelsham. 766 
Beddifield Hill, 674 
Beddingham, 384, 491, 755, 887, 888 
Beddingham or Berringhain Manor, 

759 

Beddyng (? Seeding), 382 
Bedelland, 60 
Bedells, 5, 133, 725, 727 
Bedels, 1012 
Bedforlongs. 640 
Bedington, Surrey, 212 
Beechers, 540 
Seeding or Seale, 62, 105, 107, 135, 137, 

503, 959 

Beeding Manor, 135, 778 
Seeding Barnes Manor, 135 
Beeding New Park, 503, 959 
Beerham, 575 

Beggarsbush or Northcomons, 353 
Beggred, 746 

Begham Manor. See Bayham 
Beigham Priory or Abbey, 86, 965 
Belchambers, 353 
Beldam lands, 620 
Beldowne. 1098, 1099 
Beles, 539 
Beles Hawe, 730 
Belhuist, 883 
Belhurst Manor, 539 
Bell (le), 246 
Bellcroft, 372 
Bellinghams Piece, 71 
Belsames, 579 
Beneham. 288 

Benenden, 516 
Benfields, 153, 363. 366 

Benkes Wysshes, 222 

Bennett Court or Bennetts, 192, 193 

Bennetts in Goring, 1079, 1080 

Bennetts in Itchiugfield, 722, 723 

Bensted. See Binsted 

Benstede Manor, 92<> 

Bentley, 448, 451, 452 

Bentley (Hants), 305 

Bentley lands, 446 

Beowlegh. See Bowly. 

Bepton or Bebyngton, 379, 1030, 1031 

Bepton or Bebyngton Manor, 1030, 1031 

Berds, 1075 

Berecourt Manor. 357, 358 

Berecrofts. 834 

Berghill, 865 

Beringrange, 240 

Berks or Hill, 748 

Bernet, 406 

Berreylands, 94 

Berry. See Bury 

Berryfield, 18 

Berryiand, 1082 

Bersted, 624 



Berworthes, 871 

Beryton (Buriton), Hants, 274, 297, 302 

Bessells, 56 

Bestover Manor. 446, 453 

Betfords, 944 

Bettersden or Penny bridge Manor, 701, 

704, 707 
Bevelham or Bibleham Manor, 837, 838, 

839. 840 

Beveryngton (North and South), 896 
Bevingdean, 292, 313, 314 
Bevingdean Manor, 291, 317 
Bewgers. 483 

Bexhill (Bexill), 154, 179, 301, 331, 348, 
378, 385, 386, 387. 534. 571, 770, 877, 
903, 997, 1076 

Bexhill Manor, 337, 647, 903 
Bexley, 106 

Bibleham. See Bevelham 
Biddenden, 835, 862 
Bidlington, 142. 403. 819, 915 
Bignor, 272, 480, 846 
Bignor Manor. 272, 379, 483, 612 
Bignor Park, 846 
Bignors, 590 
Billingham, 175 

Billingshurst. 32, 114, 213, 319, 454, 
456. 485, 687, 751. 765, 766, 805, 806, 
836, 849, 1032. 1033, 1074, 1122, 1123 
Binderton, 55, 892 
Binderton Manor, 592, 955 
Bingley, 153 

Binsted, 891, 925, 1020, 1028 
Birch, 588 

Birchanstie or Birstie, 133 

Birchedon or Birchenden Manor. 1078 

Birchetts, 742, 1102, 1122, 1123 

Birchetts or Hollierfield, 1067 

Birchhooke, 681 

Birdham, 220, 322, 343, 345, 346, 381, 
522, 532, 568, 747, 788, 890, 898, 978 

Birdham Manor, 656, 657, 866 

Birds and Birdsmead, 777 

Birges, 77 

Birling. See Byrlynge 

Birling Manor, 318 

Bishoprick, Horsham, 582 

Bishops in Kirdford, 496, 504 

Bishops in Pevensey, 871 

Bishopston, 1056 

Bishopston Manor, 840 

Blacches, 173 

Blachmers or Blatchmeares, 282, 303 

Blackbrooks, 941 

Blackdendowne, 524 

Blackeland, 292 

Blackfield. 150 

Blackfields, 249 

Blackforde, 983 

Blackfryers, 76, 252, 458 

Blackham Manor, 1047 

Blackhatch, 24 

Blackhills, Great and Little, 773 



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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Blacklands (le), 228 

Blacklands, 968 

Blacklands or Longlands, 587 

Blacklandcroft. 576 

Blackmanstone, 934 

Blackmarden. 1052 

Blackstock, 10, 876, 877 

Blackstroodes, 769 

Blackstroods or Spades, 259 

Blakes, 169 

Blashenden, 703 

Blatchington. 106 

Blatchington (East), 794 

Blatchington Manor, 448, 1073 

Blewe Lion (le), 846 

Blewhouse. 84 

Blossomfield, 362 

Blowers, 118 

Blundells, 670 

Blundens farm, 948 

Blyfield, 470 

Bockesals or Woodshuil, 687 

Bodhurst Manor, 241 

Bodiam, 179, 922, 923, 1038 

Bodiam Castle and Manor, 649, 652 

Bodington (Bodyngton) Manor, 937, 939 

Bodulls, 161 

Bolbroke Manor, 652 

Bolney, 109, 140, 289, 314, 407, 859, 

952, 1049, 1053, 1112 
Bolney Manor, 847, 1049 
Bolnore Manor, 1052 
Bolters, 874 
Bomsells, 679 
Bones, 364 

Bonesmersh or Popesmersh, 724 
Bonewyks, 407, 408, 717 
Bonnetts, 299 
Boochers, 514, 515 
Booges, 687 
Boords, 153 
Boormes, 1032 

Boram or Borham Manor, 448 
Bordeaux, 22 
Bordes, 149 
Bordescroft, 564, 565 
Boreham, 251, 252, 253 
Borelands, 466 
Boresell, 883, 884 
Boreshead. 665, 857 
Borham. See Boram 
Borne, 140, 962. See Eastbourne and 

Westbourne 
Borroughes, 246 
Bosham, 164, 342, 343, 345, 346, 765, 

826, 926 

Bosneys Manor, 832 
Bosses, 716, 721 

Bostoks or Bowstockes, 785, 786 
Bosts, 759 
Bothells, 172 
Botlmghills, 374 
Botolphs (Bothelffs), 142, 952 



Bottings, 948 

Bounde, 660, 661 

Bounton. See Buncton 

Bournehouse, 156 

Bourne Manor. 965 

Bowdens, 749, 1058 

Bowerhay or Bowerhawes garden. 431, 

433 

Bowford, 931 
Bowles Manor, 172 
Bowles, 539 
Bowley, 320 
Bowly (Bowlie, Beowlegh) Manor, 900, 

901, 902. 954, 955 
Bowrers, 1089 

Bowriggs or Turners land, 1117 
Bowses, 849 
Boxgrove, 357, 549, 758 
Boxgrove Manor, 758 
Boyles, 288 
Bracklesham, 135 
Bradbridge. 164, 342, 345 
Bradbridge Manor, 292 
Bradbrigge, 912 
Bradford (Wilts), 668 
Bradlands. 228 
Bradmoor, 865 
Bramber, 142, 401, 403, 570, 726, 819, 

821, 952 

Bramber Castle, 778 
Bramblecrofts, 531 
Brambletye or Brambletye Manor, 854, 

943, 1105, 1106 
Bramblyfield, 356 
Bramlett (le), 475 
Bramshott, 127 
Brantridge, 197 
Brasyers, 94 
Braybrookes, 1039 
Brayes wood and meadow, 441, 442 
Breachcroft, 733 
Breaches, 799 
Breade. See Brede 
Breads or Fits le Roy, 326 
Brecksmale Meadow, 863 
Brede, 424, 425, 426, 902, 904, 934, 970, 

1086, 1087 
Brede Manor, 179 
Bredhurst, Horsted Keynes Manor, 652, 

1045 

Brenchley, 885 
Brensett, Kent, 425, 426 
Brents, 834 
Breuse, 107 
Brewars, 117, 118 
Brewers, 434 
Brichedowne, 1020 
Brickhill Marsh, 1028 
Bridgemead, 584 
Bridgers, 44. 1115 
Bridgland, 174 
Bridham. See Birdham 
Brjdletts, 4J 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



263 



Brighthelmston, 317, 364, 529, 724 

Brighthelmston Manor. 120 

Brightling, 70, 154. 179, 257, 258, 361, 
536, 537, 790, 1048, 1076 

Brights or Stedmans, 716 

Brimehouse, 1115 

Bristlington (?) Manor. Somerset, 1073 

Britts or Byrts. 722, 723 

Broaden, 544 

Broadfelde, 1110 

Broadfield, 362 

Broadfields, 12 

Broadland, 399 

Broadshere or Coullwilliams, 422 

Broadwater, 148, 150, 276, 278, 793, 952 

Broadwater Manor, 946. 947 

Brockers or Northland, 714 

Brockhurst Manor, 643. See Broke- 
hurst 

Brocksmead, 148 

Brodbridge, 584, 585 

Brodefield Wood, 74 

Brodeland or Xewefeld, 222 

Brodmerston Manor, Somerset, 983 

Broile. See Broyle 

Brokefield in Framfield, 383 

Brokefield in Horsted Keynes, 333 

Brokefield in Wadhurst, 419 

Brokehurst Manor, 344, 347 

Brokesdowne, 1116 

Broketon, 222 

Brokewood, 764 

Bromecroft, 864 

Bromefield. 206, 733 

Bromeham, 19 

Bromeham Manor, 1053 

Bromehamfield, 206 

Bromehills, 795 

Bromehurst, 700, 703 

Bromes Manor, 321, 525 

Bromfield, 246 

Bromyfield, 356 

Bronsberyes Manor, 806 

Brooke, 821 

Brooke (le), 237 

Brookehouse, 42, 147 

Brooke farm, 703 

Brookes, 153, 662 

Brookfields, 153 

Brookhurst, 477 

Brooklands, 79, 140, 821 

Broome (le), 22 

Broomehurst, 71 

Broomfields in Barcombe, 475 

Broomfields in Waldron, 1110 

Broomham, 37 

Broumeham, 243 

Brownes, 432 

Brownes farm, 513 

Brownings. 349, 534 

Browns, 976 

Brownsmith Manor, 1087 

Brownstarr or Hoskins, 1016 



Browses, 88 

Broyle place, 638, 639, 967, 969, 1018 

Bruhurst, 743 

Bryans, 256 

Bryanslands or Myllands, 186. 187 

Bryants, 976 

Bryddes, 210 

Brydles, 823 

Bryggers, 229 

Buckells, 117, 118 

Buckhatch, 720 

Buckhurst, 161 

Buckhurst Manor, 337, 562, 564, 565, 

900, 901, 902 
Buckinghamshire, 938 
Buckland, 426 

Bucklands or Partlington, 356 
Buckstepe-Cheyney Manor, 241 
Buddeshills, 149, 153 
Budletts, 41 
Bugsell, 205, 376, 1048 
Bulfinches or Osynershe, 705 
Bullefield, 150 
Bullers or Bullords, 1089 
Bullock lands, 719 
Bulls-close, 1032 
Bulmans, 172 

Bulsham. See Yapton-Bulsham. 926 
Bulverhyde, 385, 387 
Buncton, 117, 360 
Bunghurst, 64, 65, 184 
Burcetto, 1038 
Burchettes, 905 
Burcbfield, 776 
Burchfold. 1003 
Burdens, 194 
Burdham. See Birdham 
Burfam. See Burpham 
Burgescrofts, 1042 
Burgham. See Burpham 
Burghersh w Burwash Manor, 836, 837, 

838, 839, 840 

Burghurst, 889, 1050, 1051 
Burgys, 146 
Burkhams, 1048 
Burlescroft. See Barlescroft 
Burley Arches or Clarkes, 588 
Burners Close, 362 
Burnigfeld Manor, 730 
Burpham, 292, 621, 622, 805, 1025, 1026 
Burstow Manor, 317, 447 
Burton, 1029 

Burton Manor, 480, 481, 483. 486 
Burtonswood, 885 
Burts. See Britts 
Burwash, 302, 331, 400, 429, 473, 699, 

790, 863, 877 
Burwell, 74 
Bury, 277, 326, 483 
Buryland, 62 
Bushes, 109 
Bushey lanes, 473 
Busses, 798 



26-t 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Busses or Rose, 288 

Bustockes, 923 

Butchers. 798 

Butlers in Ham, 491, 492, 494 

Butlers in Horsham, 662 

Butlers in Ifield, 197 

Buttolphs, 550, 821 

Buttons in Ditchling, 5 

Buttons and Buttons Meade in War- 

minghurst, 931 
Buxsells, 224, 228 
Buxted Manor, 1069, 1070 
Buxted, 12, 38, 55, 64, 69, 151. 384, 561, 

564, 565, 640, 659, 680, 792. 902, 981, 

1054, 1070 

Buxtepe Manor. 331. See Buckstepe 
Bycketfield, 419, 420 ' 



Bydlyngton Barn, 726 

Byes (le), 587 

Bynd or Byne Manor, 207, 209 

Byne (little), 169 

Byneland, 208 

Bynglys, 531 

Bynsted. 114 

Byrchden or Byrchenden, 73 

Byrche (le), 841 

Byrche Manor, 593 

Byrlynge, 96 

Byrlynge Buskegage Manor, 212 

Byshe or Worth Manor. 564, 5(55 

Bysshe Manor, 364 

Byworth. 483, 695 

By worth Manor, 1028 



0. 



Cabucklefield, 298 

Cades or Alexanders, 963 

Cadmans, 722, 723 

Cakkam, 381 

Calceto Abbey, 965 

Calceto Manor, 965 

Calcutfield or Collyers Farm, 22 

Calesburys, 595 

Calshotts. 731 

Calvescroft, 473 

Cambridge, 259 

Camoys Court Manor, 652 

Campland, 360 

Campyons, 952 

Canning, 76 

Cannon lands, 125 

Capdie, 386, 387 

Capell, Surrey, 1 124 

Capforth, 95 

Capons, 1084 

Capperedge, 647 

Carfax (le Scarfolks, Scarfax), 662, 

1032 

Carleham, 754, 755 
Carlycroft, 1111 
Carnelloyd or Clancarvan Manor 

(Glam.), 1098 
Carpenters, 259, 723 
Carshalton. 480 
Carters in Almodington, 894 
Carters in Pett, 969 
Carters in Wadhurst, 74 
Caskins or Cassyme, 72 
Gassing-ham or Kencham or Lowden 

Manor, Kent, 1098 
Castle Churchbrook, 173 
Castles, 231 
Catford, 557 
Catsfield. 19, 68, 148, 150, 151, 179, 331, 

356, 367. 385. 386, 611, 967, 969, 1066 
Catts, 111 
Cattsmead, 353 



Cawsey Bridges, 473 

Chailey, 93, 226, 233, 234, 287, 334, 383, 

393, 472. 474, 558, 652, 880, 1104 
Chalcroft, 599 
Chaldover, 864 
Chalfyn Manor, Herts, 927 
Chalgrove or Chitgrove, 525 
Chalvington, 396, 440, 575, 901, 902 
Chalvington Manor, 900, 901, 902 
Chambers, 976 
Chambers Court or Clapham Manor, 

203, 204, 229 

Chambers Wishe, 967, 969 
Champneys in Ninfield, 251, 252, 253 
Champneys in West Grinstead, 1052 
Chancktons, 1083, 1084 
Chancton, 112, 117 
Chancton Manor, 178, 360 
Chandlers, 871 
Chantlers or Willards, 44 
Chapmans in Ashington, 112 
Chapmans in Hoo, 967, 969 
Chappell land, 594 
Charknes Manor, 902. See Charters 
Charles, 333 

Charleston Manor, 101, 102 
Charleston in West Dean, 1020 
Charleton or Charlington Manor, 1115 
Charlewood, 374 
Charlockes, 955 
Charlton, 320 

Charlton Manor, 146, 340, 635, 844, 845 
Charmans or Longsland, 662 
Charnwoods, 152 
Charters or Charknes Manor. 337 
Chartersfield, 991 
Chatfields, 232, 941 
Chatfield or Scatfield, 171 
Chauncelers, 217 
Chauntreyfield, 723 
Chauntreylands, 731 
Chawton, Hants, 180 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



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Cheesmans, 298 

Chepmans, 608 

Chepsted, 888 

Cherchecroft, 440 

Chersham. 539 

Cheryton, 479 

Chestham, 261 

Chesvvorth Manor, 778 

Cheters, 917 

Chetyngleigh. See Chiddingly 

Chewetts, 820 

Cheyneys, 608 

Chichester, 67, 1 57. 220, 252, 304, 343, 346, 

458, 460, 570, 602, 657, 669, 737, 879, 

912, 924, 926, 1007, 1008, 1009, 1010 
Chickens, 714 
Chiddingfold, 283, 730, 965 
Chiddingly, 354, 372, 427, 428, 429, 438, 

440, 594, 595, 693, 733, 841, 843, 865, 

902, 985, 1042 
Chiddingly farm, 182 
Chiddingly park, 593 
Chiddingly or Chittingly Manor, 337, 

588, 589, 593, 900, 901, 902 
Chidham or Chudham, 130, 131, 132, 748 
Chidham Manor, 1118 
Chilgrove (Chylgrove), 321, 991 
Chilhope, 754 
Chilley, 1081 
Chilley green, 744, 1081 
Chiltington, 148, 172, 226, 393, 474, 483, 

631. 719, 737, 738, 1025 
Chiltington Ferring Manor, 291 
Chiltington Slaughter or Slenger 

Manor, 938 
Chinting, 373 

Chinting Poynings Manor, 179 
Chislehurst. 332 
Chitgrove. See Chalgrove 
Chithurst. 76 
Chithurst Manor, 123, 128 
Chittingleigh. See Chiddingly 
Choles or Chose, 769 
Chowes, 874 
Christmas land, 313 
Christmas meade, 374 
Churchefeldes or Spittens. 299 
Churchelands, 429 
Churchemede, 399, 401. 403, 1046 
Clancarvan or Carnelloyd Manor 

(Glam.). 1098 

Clapham. 269, 552, 554, 758, 925, 926 
Clapham Manor, 933 
Clapham or Chambers Court Manor, 

203, 204 

Clapham or Clopham Manor, 181, 1020 
Clappers, 441 
Claptons, 173 
Claredge, 578 

Clares or St. Cleres Manor, 637 
Claridge, 875, 876, 1081 
Clarkeland, 967 
Clarkes in Worth, 725 
VOL. XIV. 



Clarkes in Goring, 1057 

Clarkes or Burley Arches, 588 

Clarkes or Bakers. 717 

Claverham Manor, 315, 337. 441, 442, 

443, 900, 901. 902 

Claverham Harward Manor, 438, 440 
Clays, 251, 252 
Clayton, 142, 148, 150, 151, 158, 161, 

313. 314, 317, 715, 728, 880, 1092 
Clayton Manor, 120, 141, 174 
Clements, 19 

Clempesfold or Clymesfold Manor, 283 
Cleres Manor, 647 
Clerk, 387 

Clerkes (Goring), 80 
Clerkes (Horste^ Keynes), 223 
Clevaxe Manor, 385, 386, 387, 648 
Clevers. 224 
Cliffe, near Lewes, 4, 267, 362. 363, 366, 

383, 980 
Climping. 148, 150, 357, 971, 972, 973, 

974, 975 

Clopham (? Clapham) Manor, 341 
Clun (Salop), 656 
Clyffelands, 560 
Clymesfold. See Clempesfold 
Coalharbour, 354 

Coates (Cotis), 217, 326, 480, 483, 695 
Coates Mead, 976 
Cobbes croft or Coppye croft, 570 
Cobbitts, 174 

Cobden or Copden, 735, 736 
Cobden Manor, 931 
Cobham, 593 
Cobwish, 475 
Cockecroft, 485 
Cockerells, 731 

Cockes or Thetchers, 713, 714 
Cockeys. 548 
Cockinge, 1001 
Cockletts, 1068 
Cocklow. 579 

Cockmans? in East Grinstead, 21, 23 
Cockmans in Horsham, 662 
Cockmans in Middleton. 1029 
Cockwebbs or Finchfields, 587, 588, 589 
Codeham or Coteham Manor, 29 
Coggers, 1121 
Cokefield. See Cuckfield. 
Cokeham or Cookham, 281, 298, '480, 

483, 550, 551 
Cokehams, 1115 
Cokes. 406 
Cokks, 823 
Coknose, 595 
Colborne, 875 
Colbrands, 73 
Colbrans or Colbornes Manor, 836, 837, 

838, 839 
Colecrofts, 531 
Colegodmans (Collingodmans or Collen 

Goodmans), 42, 77. 155 
Colemans Hatch, 228, 255 

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INDEX OF PLACES. 



Colesfield, 1115 

Coleshall, 432 

Coleworth, 381 

Collens or Collensfield, 1117 

Collet Hills, 871 

Colley Manor, 286 

Colliers, 917 

Colliers or Coppersfield, 22 

Colliersstile, 478 

Collingford (Great and Little), 41 

Collingherst Manor, 902 

Collins in Catsfield, 1066 

Collins in Henfield, 6 

Collins in Hurstmonceux, 905 

Collins in Westfield, 356 

Collinscroft, 795 

Collvilles, 441, 442 

Collyers, 319 

Collyers Farm or Calcutfield, 22 

Collyns Manor, 337 

Colmans, 745 

Colmanslands. 51 

Colmercrofts, 834 

Colthoon, Cowdoon or Coodhon Manor, 

32 

Colwood, 354 
Colyers, 228 
Combehouse, 126 
Combeland, 584, 585 
Combers, 224. 228 
Comberscroft, 218, 219 
Combes, 643, 735, 925 
Combes Manor, 759, 933 
Comenwyke, 583 
Commonmead, 124 

Compton, 76, 91, 260, 340, 348, 381, 382 
Compton Manor, 178, 348, 577 
Compton Manor, I.W., 521 
Compton-Barwick Manor, 446, 447, 453 
Comserne Manor, 881 
Coneyclappers or Connyclappers, 344, 

796 

Conycroft in Barcombe, 475 
Conycroft in St. Anne's, Lewes, 910 
Conyngyardes, 430 
Coodham or Storrington Manor. 209 
Coodhon, Cowdoou or Colthoon Manor, 

32 

Cookers, 372 
Cookes in Hailsham, 772 
Cookes in Laughton, 948 
Cookes in Wisborough Green, 1091 
Cookeseales, 431, 433 
Cookesland, 125 
Cooks, 372, 716, 721 
Cooksbridge, 118 
Cookspike, 118 
Coopers, 366 
Cootes (? Coates), 1029 
Cootham, 815 
Copbarowe, 705 
Copden. See Cobden 
Copehammeade, 1115 



Copped Hall, 874 

Coppersfield or Colliers, 22 

Coppins. 1110 

Coppispett, 578 

Coppyecroft or Cobbscroft, 570 

Coptehall garden, 823 

Corsley Street, 111, 907 

Corsley Wood. 907 

Corstronge. 766 

Cortesfield or Courtfield, 16, 21, 23 

Cortesley Manor, 411, 527, 528, 871 

Cosens, 570 

Costadylls, 407 

Costards or Costares, 168, 171 

Cotes, 899 

Cotismead, 217 

Cotmede, 112 

Cotsford, 64, 65 

Coulham. 746 

Coulharbers, 1088 

Coulstock, 150 

Courthoates, 354 

Courthopps. 923 

Courthoram or Horam, 983 

Courtland, 302 

Courtlandes, 939, 940 

Courtlands, 158 

Courtmeade. 152 

Cousley wood, 362 

Coverts Manor, 102 

Cowdeane Manor, 337 

Cowden, 629, 804 

Cowden Manor, 836, 840 

Cowden in Bexhill Manor, 903 

Cowdoon, Coodhou or Colthoon Manor, 

32 

Cowdray Manor, 965 
Cowfold, 45, 62, 109, 263, 351, 352, 504, 

569, 643, 718, 719, 720, 1052, 1112 
Cowtham, 745. Sec Coodham 
Coxes and Coxland, 434 
Coxesland or Partridgeland, 883, 884 
Coxhoth, 1020 
Crall, 241 

Crall or Crawll, 682 
Cranbrook, 516. 690 
Cranes, 693 
Cranley, 732 
Cratchings, 848 
Crawham Manor, 241 
Crawley, 158, 197, 259, 305, 407, 985, 

1043 

Crawley Manor, 293, 294, 945 
Crawll or Crall, 682 
Crawlynges, 148 
Crekden, 7.V. 

Cremysham or Crymsam. 1009, 1010 
Crepe, 634 
Croffham, 242 
Crofters, 536, 537 
Croftes, 150 

Crouch or Wenborne, 362 
Crouchehouse, 485 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



267 



Crouches, 371 

Crouchland, 173 

Crowborough, 12 

Crowchehouse or Crowerchers, 797, 800 

Crowchesland. 1003 

Crowhurst. 68,331,371,373,419, 770, 

790. 1097 

Crowhurst Manor. 837, 838, 839, 840 
Crowdings. 150 
Crowlink, 446, 447, 453 
Crowsole, 326 
Croydon, 22 
Cubitt or Keppett lands, 968 



Cuckfield. 43, 109, 149, 153, 158. 194, 
197, 199, 200, 261, 289, 363. 366, 375, 
394, 397, 542, 600. 601, 618, 641, 715, 
724, 728. 750, 751. 787. 842,859, 1052, 
1053 

Cuckfield Manor, 120, 148, 153. 160, 
330, 484 

Cuckfield Clauditor Manor, 330, 484 

Cudmore, 1 

Culpeperes land, 313 

Culpepers, 986 

Culverland or Culverhouseland, 874 

Cunifeild (the), 1088 



D. 



Dalehill, 884 

Dallingridge, Dalyngrig, or Dalyn- 

grove Manor, 652, 656, 657 
Dallington, 148, 241, 368, 536, 537 
Dallington Manor, 331, 647, 840 
Danehill Horstead, 729 
Danehill Horsted Manor, 1050 
Davies, 1071 
Davy Hutchins, 773 
Dawsons, 1081 

Deane (le) in East Grinstead, 576 
Deane (le) in Warbleton, 1075 
Deaneland, 1111 
Deane Manor, 631 
Deanemead, 333 
Deanes (le), 599 
Deanes Mill, 152 
Deddes, 809 
Dedisham Manor, 139 
Dedling Manor, 652 
Dekham, 835 
Delfeld, 823 
Delfield, 584 
Delvefield, 731 
Dencombe, 292 
Dene, 39 
Denelands, 155 
Dene Manor, 39, 122 
Denizens, 517 
Denne, 90 
Dennymede. 714 

Densworth Manor, 164, 343, 345, 346 
Denton, 925, 980 
Denton Manor, 925, 980 
Derrington. See Durrington 
Devenishland, 1056 
Devonshire, 1073 
Dibsham Manor, 904 
Dickens or Digons, 880 
Dickersfield, 834 
Dickerslands, 865 
Diggles, 114 
Diggons, 150, 865 
Digons or Dickens, 880 
Dihowse, 180 
Dimsland, 68 



Dinicke Marsh or Mydlyn Marsh, 469 

Dinnetts. 883 

Ditcham (Dicham or Dycham), 295, 

297, 302 

Ditcham Park, 302 
Ditchling, 5, 11, 334, 475, 680, 725, 727, 

729, 798 

Ditchling Barn, 449 
Ditchling Garden, 449 
Ditchling Garden Manor, 337, 384 

447 

Ditchling Manor, 233 
Dodges, 576 
Does Marsh, 1115 
Dole (le). 118 
Dolecroft. 406 
Doles, 253 

Donkyngton, 323. See Duncton 
Dennetts, 514, 515 
Donnington, 570, 628 
Donnington or Donghton Manor, 806, 

807 

Dooles, 432 
Dores, 350 

Dorking, Surrey, 1124 
Dome or Thome, 10] 9 
Dorones, 976 
Dorsetshire, 1073 
Douses, 165 
Downe (le), 673 
Downes (le), 173 
Downland. 327 
Downley, 260 
Dray ton Manor, 135 
Dreeles, 608 

Drungewick Manor, 985, 1027 
Duddels, 920, 921 
Duddlesfold Manor, 658 
Dudsland, 432 
Dulce, 387 
Dumbrells, 150 
Dumpford Manor, 652 
Dumpford Park, 472 
Duncton (Downkton). 480, 483, 1028, 

1029 
Duncton Manor. 779 

T 2 



268 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Dunhurst, 768 

Dunnington, (>37 

Dunsfold, 681, 730 

Dunstalles, 532 

Dunstones, 56 

Durford Mills, 757 

Durgatts. 672 

Durndale or Thorndale. 413, 415 

Durrants, 823 



Durrington (Dirington), 269. 276. 278. 

506, 512. 553 

Durstones or Thurstones, 566 
Dychening. See Ditchling 
Dymocks. 5. 725, 727 
Dyslies. 74 
Dytches, 991 
Uyves, 905 



E. 



Earles in Lewes, 246 
Earles in Waldron, 432 
Earshams Manor. 614 
Eartham, 749, 758, 791. 828, 893 
Eartham Manor, 592, 1058 
Easebourne (Eseborne, Esburn). 39, 46, 

124, 965 

Easebourne Manor. 965 
Easebourne Priory, 965 
, Eas^ Aldrington. 109 
East Angmering, 379, 803. 891. See 

Angmering 
East Ashling. See Ashling 

Eastbaysborne. 990 

Eastbourne, 201. 202. 203, 204,229.312, 

329, 446, 470. 555. 818. 920, 1009 
Eastbourne Manor, 202, 204, 896, 920 

Eastbourne, Gildridge Manor, 470, 471 
Eastclyves, 560 

East Court, 550, 551 

East Dean, 229, 459, 908 

East Dean Manor, 456, 457, 458, 460 

Eastfield (Upper and Xether), 224, 228 

East Grinstead, 15, 16. 17, 19, 21, 23, 
24, 39, 75, 148, 149, 188.210, 211,314, 
344, 356, 364, 383, 444, 445, 478, 576, 
587, 588, 589, 596, 629, 643, 650, 656, 
657, 663, 725, 763, 902, 943, 1040, 
1115, 1117. 

East Guldeford. 429, 730, 1021 

Easthall, 896 

East Hampnett, 758, 833 

East Hampnett Manor, 592 

East Harting Manor, 1105 

East Hoathly, 145, 391, 438, 446, 447. 
452, 773, 838, 839, 843, 1048 

Easthouse, 1115 

Eastland, 632 

Eastlands, 422 

East Lavant or Lavant Manor, 758 

East Lavant, 912 

East Longcroft, 99 

East Marden, 388, 389, 390. 519, 597, 
598, 599 

Eastnewick, 59 

Easton Manor, 951 

Easton Bassett Manor, Wilts, 927, 930 

East Peckham, Kent, 226 

East Preston, 891 

East Towne, 627 



East Wittering, 135, 322, 379, 568, 

570, 977, 978. See Wittering, West 

Wittering 

East Wittering Manor, 381 
Eaton's Manor, 499 
Ebony, Kent, 426, 690 
Ecclesden or Eglesden Manor, 67, 71, 

805 

Echingfeld, 161 
Eckington. See Ripe 
Eckington Manor, 446. 447, 453 
Edburton (Aberton), 94, 95, 847 
Edes, 319, 932 

Edlencrofts ar Arleycrofts, 138 
Edmunds. 170 
Egants. 41 

Egdean, 480, 483, 695, 766, 781 
Eglesden. See Ecclesden 
Egmondhurst. 1066 
Eightacres, 312 
Eldebery or Oldebery, 549 
Eleshersh or Elserch, 865 
Elfordes, 923 
Ellesbeame, 463 
Ellynbrooke, 173 
Elmer Manor. 1029 
Elmhurst or Kippings. 885 
Elridges, 514, 515 
Elringtons. 935 
Elseys. 8(i5 
Elsted. 125, 599 
Elsted Manor, 652 
Emsworth, 924 
Endlewyks, 594 
Englands, 1113 
Engrains, 967 
Enlewyks or Enlevenwyks Manor, 201, 

.-)04 

Erches Manor, 1018 
Erlington. See Arlington 
Erlyes or Erleg Manor, 3(!4 
Ernie Manor. 1016 
Erringham or Erringham Walsted 

Manor, 105, 107, 108. See Irringham 
Erringham Breuse Manor or Brues 

Barnes, 105, 107, 108. 938 
Erris or Serris. 1117 
Esbons or Threeles. 429 
Esburn. See Easebourne 
Escombe or Estcombe Farm, C21, 622 



IKDEX OF PLACES. 



269 



Escrigs. 882 

Esseborne. Sec Easebourne 

Esse garden, 431 

Essex. 561), 698, 846, 865, 927, 1088 

Estborne. See Eastbourne 

Est Chalverych, 297 

Estlands or Sewells. 712 

Estlyes. 991 

Estmede, 249 

Eston, 977. 978. 979, 1025 

Estous or Honytons, 1054 

Estrich, 719 

Estridges, 223, 227 

Etchingham, 58, 59, 205, 415. 473, 539, 

700, 703. 871, 883. 884, 987, 1048, 

1116 



Etchingham Manor, 466, 790 

Ewell or Ewelme Manor, 385, 386, 387, 

647, 648 
Ewhurst, 72. 134. 136, 175, 244, 263. 

283. 424, 426, 578. 835, 861, 862, 877, 

897, 902. 911,934. 1038 
Ewhurst Manor, 175, 263, 1073 
Ewhurst, Surrey, 645 
Ewridges, 1117 

Excett Manor, 446, 447, 453. 1020 
Exfelds, 283 

Exton Bassett. See Easton Bassett 
Eye (le), 1081 
Eyes, 542 
Eyes (le), 948 
Eynsford. 350 



Facyes, 5 

Faggs, 952 

Faireoaklands, 6 

Fairfield, Kent, 425, 426 

Fairlight (Farleigh, Farley), 560, 690, 

969, 1011, 1018. 1019, 1038, 1085, 1095 
Fakington, 9"26 

Falmer, 87, 313, 314, 317, 947, 1044 
Fanneyfeld, 299 
Fardinghalls. 773 
Farlees, 218, 219 

Farleigh Mill. 690. See Fairlight. 
Farlington, 520 
Farnefyld (le). 882 
Farygge. 376 
Fatlands or Fertlands, 68 
Fawkehill, 117, 118, 399 
Fawkners. 112. 117, 118, 938 
Feild (le).904 
Feists, 716 
Felde, 268 
Feldeland, 686 
Feldelonds, 319 
Feldwickes, 404, 405 
Fellisdeane, 1028 
Felpham (Felffam, Folgham, Feltham, 

or Felgham), 626, 676. 728, 1119 
Fennells or Friells, 864 
Fennland, 1024 
Fenns, 776 

Fernehurst (Farnhurst), 39, 709, 965 
Ferring, 483 

Fertlands. See Fatlands 
Ferymarshe, 1088 
Fetherells, 725, 727 
Field Manor, 269, 276, 278 
Field Place. 721 
Fields, 363. 366 
Figgtield, 874 

Figmead or Figlandmead, 61 
Filby, 1028 
Filsham Manor, 871 



Finchcocks. 907 

Finchfields or Cockwebbs, 587, 588, 589 

Fiudon, 28, 30, 112. 141, 142, 360, 485, 

643, 735, 736, 764/931, 990 
Firle, 446, 447, 556, 579. See West 

Firle 

Fishams, 976 
Fishbourne, 657, 912, 913 
Fishbourne Manor, 157, 408 
Fishers, 228 
Fishpitts, 429 
Fits le Roy or Breads. 326 
Fittleworth, 135, 321, 324, 325, 326, 

385, 480, 483, 532, 642, 675, 781, 925, 

926, 976. 1025, 1026 
Fittleworth Manor. 647 
Fivians, 725, 727 
Flansham, 626, 627 
Flatten Manor, 32 
Flemings, 1068 
Fletcher, 1021 
Fletchers in Horsham, 1089 
Fletchers in Worth, 776 
Fletching, 3, 4, 5. 41, 42, 77, 96, 148, 

149, 153, 155, 223, 227, 348, 383, 536, 

537, 562, 641, 648, 909, 943, 1020 
Fletching Manor, 212 
Flitchford or Flitchings. 632 
Flocks, 255 
Floodes, 735 
Flndds, 153 
Flymwell, 884 
Folders, 475 
Footsland, 276, 278 
Ford, 39, 90, 357, 359 
Ford in Horsham, 723 
Fordbrook, 418 
Fordelands, 648 
Fordelands or Langfords, 634 
Fordland, 385, 386, 387 
Forwells or Sharpenhurst, 932 
Fosters, 61 



270 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Fosters or Gardiners, 988, 989 

Fountaines, 848 

Fowlesmead, 344 

Fowntaynes or Gorelands, 609 

Foxholes, 1089 

Foxhunt Manor, 840. 1025 

Foxrules, 540 

Framfield, 19, 383, 385, 386, 387, 429, 

451, 452, 561, 564, 565, 648, 680, 834, 

1054, 1070 

Framfield Manor, 647 
Francis. 41 

Frankham or Frankham Park, 419.420 
Franklands or Franklins, 880 
Frant, 79, 87, 419, 420, 1047 
Frant Manor, 70, 1047 
Frayer, 22 

Freckbarrow, 725, 727 
Freehold lands (le), 885 
Freeland or Threeles land, 942 
Freeles, 608 

Fregborough Manor, 174 
Freinsham Manor, Surrey, 650 
Frencham or Fresingham Manor, 967 
Frenchelond, 17, 21, 23 
Frenches in Wiston, 645 
Frenches in Wotton, 283 
Frenches Manor, 863 
Frenches or le Red Lyon, 1032 
Frenchpoll, 229 
Freshfields, 588 
Freshwater, 520 



Gabriells or Greenes, 356 

Galerames, 917 

Gallingers, 629 

Gardiners, 94 

Gardiners or Fosters, 988, 989 

Garlandes, 590 

Garskynes, 430 

Gassou, 660, 661 

Gastons, 94 

Gatecourt, 862 

Gatefields or Gatehouse, 1042 

Gatehouse (le), 874 

Gatehowse (le), 685 

Gatehurst, 969 

Gate weeks or Gatwicks, 401, 402, 403 

Gatewik in Rusper, 156 

Gatton, 286 

Gatton Manor, 286 

Gatwick. Sue Gateweeks 

Gaynesfords, 796 

Geanes Marshes, 378 

Gedgrave Manor, 730 

Geerings, 1084 

Geffrayes, 872, 873 

Geldings, 540 

Gensing Manor, 387, 523 

Greases, 1071 



Fresingham or Frencham Manor, 967 

Friells or Feynells, 864 

Friern, 353 

Frindsbury, 593, 634 

Friston, 920, 921 

Friston Manor, 44G. 447, 453, 1020 

Frith (le), 751 

Frittenden, 703 

Fritters, 617 

Frogfirle Manor, 337, 379 

Frognall Manor, 332 

Frome Selwood, Somerset, 668 

Fryth (le), 420 

Frythfould, 1004 

Frythland, 480, 483 

Fukelhurst, 473 

Fullers, 429 

Fulling Common, 931 

Fulling Mills, 475 

Funnells, 1110 

Funtington, 343, 345, 346, 926, 992, 993 

Furlong, 678 

Furmings, 1091 

Furniggs, 731 

Furnyngs, 166 

Fygges, 298 

Fylsham (Fyllysham) Manor, 411, 527, 

528 

Fynchecrofts, 378 
Fynches, 970 

Fyning Manor, 124, 125, 653 
Fyskeregge Manor, 901 



G. 



Gestling. See Guestling 

Gibbs, 1111 

Gibbs Avenn. See Gybbs Avenn 

Gibbys, 438 

Giblers, 286 

Gidley, 150 

Giffords or Rough Giffords, 587, 588, 

589 

Gilberts, 875 

Gildridge, 22, 66, 69, 70, 73, 595 
Gildridge or Upper Hooke, 907 
Gilles, 714 
Gilles Manor, 790 
Gilmans, 1033 
Glamorganshire, 1098 
Glasshoysecroft, 591 
Glatting or Glotting, 1029 
Glidwish, 302 
Glinewish, 356 
Glotting or Glatting, 1029 
Glotyngham, 790 
Gloucestershire, 976, 1073 
Glovers, 745 

Glovers or Wheelers, 1075 
Glydds, 378 
Glynde, 639, 759, 1018 
Glynde Manor, 752, 754, 755, 760 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Glyndley, 25, 708 

Goate or Gotts Manor, 639 

Gochers, 11 

Goddeshall Croft, 429 

Goddingweeke, 224, 228 

Goddyn, 865 

Godlie's post, 474 

Godmans, 1111 

Godstone or Walkhampstead, 348, 587 

Goldbrigge Manor, 437 

Goldsmiths, 978, 979 

Golkerst, 4i50 

Golston, 1028 

Gombechefeld, 430 

Gonne (le), 1020 

Goodfellows, 579 

Goodhams or Gootehams, 676 

Goodwins, 378 

Goodwyns or Annys Croft, 1117 

Goodwood Park, 702 

Goodyars, 370 

Gooselands, 173 

Goreland, 772. 841 

Gorelands, 550 

Gorelands or Fowntaynes, 609 

Goring, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84. 85, 112, 218, 
219, 266, 268, 269, 270, 271, 273, 274, 
275, 276, 278, 279, 381, 384, 509, 552, 
554, 648, 712, 764, 803, 804, 810, 811, 
812, 813, 815, 1058, 1071, 1079, 1080 

Goring Manor, 270. 483, 486, 651, 1057 

Gorys, 952 

Gosleze, 44 

Gossales, 153 

Gosses, 153 

Goteacre, 118 

Gotewick, 299 

Gotley (Goteley) Manor, 835, 861, 862. 
997 

Gott Manor, 1018 

Gotts or Goate Manor, 639 

Gotweeke Farm, 731 

Gotwey or Lucas, 356 

Goudhurst, 4, 74, 674, 883 . 

Gouldwell or Hevenden Manor, 862 

Graffham, 46, 321, 324, 459 

Graffham Manor. 454, 458, 460 

Graffhams, 998 

Granehurst, 595 

Graunts Manor, 148, 150, 151, 506 

Graveligh, 5 

Gravety, 99 

Gravetye Manor, 587, 588, 589 

Graylinges, 149, 153 

Graynwyckfield. 298 

Great Fachelease. 229 

Greatham, 738, 741 



Greatham Manor, 610, 650, 737, 738, 

741, 804, 806. 807 

Great Horsted. See Horsted Keynes 
Great Jerningham. Norf., 1028 
Great Meade (the), 1094 
Great Olye. See Olye 
Great Vynars, 976 

Great Wickham Manor, 313, 314, 317 
Great Woodmans. See Woodmans 
Greencroft, 22 
Greenefield in Shipley, 216 
Greenefield in Sidlesham, 977 
Greenes or Gabriells, 356 
Greenes or Wrebwaies, 22 
Greenfields, 505 
Greenhall, 464 
Greenhill, 40 
Gregories, 634 
Grenebremes, 70 
Grenelands, 300 
Grenshurst, 564. 565 
Grensted, 101 
Grensted Manor, 778 
Greting (le), 22 
Grey Friars, 631, 946, 947 
Greylands or Homelands, 564, 565 
Griffins, 959 
Griggs, 825 
Grindersacres, 218 
Grove (the), 834 
Grove (le), 255 
Grove or Grovelands in Hollington, 

378, 385, 386, 387, 648 
Groveland, 174, 712, 722, 723 
Grovelands Manor, 680 
Grovelands, 1083 
Grovers, 224, 228 
Groves farm, 157 
Grubbs, 859 
Grubcroft, 1054 
Grublands, 74 
Grunders, 509 
Gubbys, 438 
Guestling, 37. 57, 243, 560, 690, 902, 

969, 1019, 1095 
Guestling Manor, 523 
Guildford. Surrey, 924, 985 
Guldeford (East), 516. 517 
Guldeford Marsh, 516, 517 
Gullege (le), 16, 17, 21, 23 
Gunshotts (G-unstetts), 1016 
Gurds, 750 
Gybbes, 905 
Gybbesaven, 210, 1024 
Gybbs, 1012 
Gyldenhurst, 113 
Gyles, 531 



H. 



Haberton, 382 
Hadfold, 849 
Hadfold Manor, 805 



Hadlow, Kent, 226 

Hailsham, 12, 68, 165, 166, 202, 242, 
243, 312, 340, 341, 371, 384, 396, 406, 



272 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



414, 429, 434, 448, 561, 563, 564, 565. 

575, 578, 594. 595, 606, 607, 614, 616, 

659, 708, 740^ 772, 773. 876, 877, 901, 

902, 905, 906, 920, 921, 961, 1020, 

1075. 1116 
Haine, 101 
Hake (le). 339, 341 
Haldelegh Manor, 330 
Halden Manor, 951 
Haldleigh or Hanlie, 158 
Hale, 705 

Halers or Swanes, 608 
Halewick, 1084 
Halfeyard, 327 
Half naked or Halnaker Manor, 143, 

144. 758 

Halland, 245. 838, 839 
Halland in Petworth, 321, 324 
Hallde Court Bashes Manor, 484 
Halleigh le Court, 109 
Hall Ryddens. 688 
Halls, 1048 

Halls Cot or Hawles Court, 607, 608 
Halton, 923 
Ham, 745 

Ham (le), Barcombe, 948 
Ham (le), Eastbourne, 312 
Ham Manor, 489, 491, 492, 493, 494, 

502, 505, 552, 651 
Hambledon, 123 
Hame (le), 739 
Hame farm, 269 
Hame Manor, 818 
Hames, 446 

Hames Manor, 652, 1103 
Hamesmead, 150 
Ham farm, 993, 1007, 1008 
Hamgate, 232 
Hamme (le), 910 
Hammerden or Hamarden Manor, 411, 

527, 528, 871 

Hammese or Hames Manor, 1103 
Hammonds, 728 
Hampshire, 8, 46, 61, 266, 274, 924. 951, 

1073 

Hamptenet. See Westhampnett 
Hampton Wichards, 357, 359 
Hampton Willcocks, 357, 359 
Hamsell Furnace, 66, 70 
Hamsey, 117, 118, 634, 730, 947 
Hamsey Manor. 14 
Hamsteds, 12 
Hamynnes. 917 
Hamys or Handys. 251, 252 
Handlighe or Honley, 787 
Hangleton, 109 

Hangleton Manor, 106, 291, 292, 779 
Hannages or Hannings, 564, 565 
Hannycroft, 1111 
Hannyngden, 468 
Harberts, 368 
Harbettinge howse, 1075 
Hardborowe, 172 



Hardham, 499 

Hardham, Herringham or Iringham 

Manor, 480, 481, 483, 486 
Hardings. 149, 153 
Hareland or Hurstland. 393 
Haremere (Banner). 20.1, 1048 
Harmare, 101 
Harmermeads, 70 
Harpe, 967 

Harpeting Manor, 643 
Harringalls or Waldron Manor, 391, 

392 
Hartfield, 18, 19, 155, 189. 241, 255, 

348, 383. 555. 629, 837, 839, 902, 1097, 

1117 

Hartfield Manor, 470 
Harting, 124, 125, 295, 297, 302, 412, 

518, 519, 623, 725, 757, 771, 962 
Harting or West Harting Manor, 412, 

1105, 1106 
Harts. 370 
Harwardes, 438 

Harwards in East Grinstead, 211 
Harwards in Ninfield, 1067 
Harwardsmead, 153 
Harwoods or Herwards, 474 
Haryshams, 609 
Haselholt, 103 
Haselholt or Standen, 751 
Haselhoppes, 222 
Haselhoppesbauks, 224 
Haselingbornecroft, 13 
Haslett. 260 
Hasselham, 946, 947 
Hastings, 124, 386, 387, 422, 434, 540, 

560, 577, 646, 835, 862, 995, 1097 
Hatherley in Maberton Manor, 

Somerset, 939 
Hathersams, 189 
Hauckham, 1056 
Haulden, Kent, 416 
Haull Manor, 331 
Hautswisle, 910 
Havells, 1 
Hawe, 764 
Hawkbridge, 446 
Hawkensopers, 117, 118 
Hawkes, 590 
Hawkesborough Hundred, 837, 838, 

839 

Hawkeshill, 284 
Hawkhurst, 4, 161, 417 
Hawkisdene Manor, 754. 755 
Hawle Manor. 671 
Hawles Court. See Halls Cot 
Hayes or Hayes yeard, 970 
Hayes farm, 634 
Hayling Island, 61 
Haylocks, 74 
Haymond Grove, 438 
Hayshot Manor, 179, 965 
Haystile, 249 
Headcorn, 201 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



273 



Heathdowne, 125 

Heathfield, 64, 65, 99. 184, 188, 301, 
354, 369, 391, 429, 432, 434, 531, 575, 

578. 579, 754. 851, 877, 983, 990, 
1048, 1053 

Heathfielddown, 531 

Heathfield Manor, 337, 903 

Heathland, 16, 17, 19,21, 23, 149 

Heath place, 150 

Hechingfield. See Itchingfield 

Hedgcroft, 371 

Hedge Court Manor, 447, 453 

Hedgeland, See Heggeland 

Heding .... Manor, 330 

Heene, 269, 271. 274, 499, 926 

Heene Manor, 271, 275, 507, 508, 509, 

936, 938 
Heges, 1020 

Heggeland or Hedgeland, 93 
Heighfield, 255 
Heighfoldes, 745, 746 
Heighten St. Clere Manor, 444, 445, 

446, 447, 453 

Heithfeild. See Heathfield 
Heling Manor, 682 
Hellingly, 9, 10, 145, 148. 149, 153, 184, 

312, 372, 429, 435, 440, 539, 556, 575, 

579, 5!)5, 841, 876, 877, 902, 908, 961, 
996, 1018, 1042, 1048 

Hellingly Manor, 593 

Hempshawes, 5 

Hempsted Manor in Benenden, 516 

Hempsted Manor in Framfield, 1054 

Hempston Cantelow Manor, 1073 

Hendall Manor, 564, 565 

Henfield, 6, 94, 109, 135, 137, 146, 263, 

382, 499, 631, 719 
Henfield in Lindfield, 168, 171 
Henfold Manor, 1124 
Herefordshire, 1079, 1080 
Hernland or Serlond, 932 
Herringham. See Hardham 
Herryngs, 579 
Herses, 170 
Herst, 387 
Herst green, 832 

Herstmegham or Wllsham Manor, 878 
Hertfordshire, 401, 402, 682, 927 
Her wards or Har woods, 474 
Heryngawes or Heryngawaes Manor, 

779 

Hesemans (Losemans), 480, 483 
Hesey, 381 
Hesham St. John's. See Ilsham 

St. John's 

Hesworth Mead, 976 
Hevenden or Gouldwell Manor, 862 
Hewells, 1124 
Hewells Manor, 874 
Hewells Mill, 874 
Hewenstreats or Hewarstreats, 117, 

118 
Hewland, 153 



Heyfield. See Heathfield 

Heyshott, 46, 51, 254 

Heyswood, 158 

Heythland. See Heathland 

Heywards, 660 

Hibborne, 1001 

Hibernowe or Ibernowe Manor, 181, 

957 

Hickmans, 1100 
Hicksted, 982, 984, 986 
Hiden, 142 
Hides, 378 
Hidney Court, 818 
Hidney Manor, 555, 818 
Higate or Pepperscrofts. 1052 
Higgadens, 128 
Higham, 755 
Higham, Kent, 593 
Higham in Salehurst, 1098, 1099 
Higham or Iham Manor, 516, 517 
Highams, 152 
Highbrookes, 1083 
High Crosse, 815 
Highden. See Hyden 
Highdowne, 531 
Highfield, 673, 674, 704 
Highfields in Hurstpierpoint, 677, 680 
Highfields in Westdean, 249 
High Halstow, 634 
Highland, 20 

High Land or Lee land, 600 
Highlands, 871 
Highlands in Cuckfield, 618 
Highlands in Heathfield, 434 
Highlie Manor, 384 
Highmills, 968 
Highwaste, 561. 564, 565 
High Wolland, 1020 
Hill, 899 

Hill or Berks, 748 
Hillands in Balcombe, 315 
Hillands in Birdham, 890 
Hillands in Slinfold, 245 
Hilliefield in Petworth, 40 
Hilliefield in Steyning, 399 
Hills in Horsham. 731 
Hills in Itchingfield, 722, 723 
Hitchingfield. . See Itchingfield 
Hobjohn's farm, 279 
Hobsons, 660 
Hockham, 251, 252 
Hockmans or Bauglies, 22 
Hodacre (the), 1007 
Hoddingsdown, 372 
Hode (le), 865 
Hodges or Wrights, 1075 
Hodlyes or Millplace, 12 
Hogestrood. 773 
Hoggecroft, 2 
Hoggesland, 869 
Hogmans, 983 
Hohendale lands, 446 
Holcombes, 715 



274 



OF PLACES. 



Holelands, 917 

Holestreet, 1071 

Holewell, 74 

Holewish inead, 475 

Holfords, 558 

Holland (le), 441 

Hollandes, 877 

Holies, 74 

Hollierfield or Birchetts, 1067 

Hollington, 68, 136, 179, 231, 385, 386, 

387, 527. 646, 648, 770, 835. 1097, 

1120 
Hollington (Holyng-ton) Manor, G47, 

867, 868 
Hollystes, 46 
Holmefield, 967, 969 
Holmes (le), 865 
Holmestedes, 156 
Holmewood, 149, 153 
Holmsted Manor, 194 
Holstocks, 22 
Holte (le), 552, 554 
Holtes, 220 
Holtfields, 345, 346 
Holtlands, 952 
Holtyefield, 189 
Holynggarden Manor, 886 
Homefield. 429 

Homelands or Graylands, 564, 565 
Homeplace Manor, 948 
Homewood, 140 
Homewoods, 1039 
Honley or Handlighe, 787 
Honytons or Estons, 1054 
Hoo, 27, 72, 106, 179, 349, 367, 371,378, 

424, 534, 571, 578, 608, 875, 876, 877, 

967, 969, 980, 1081, 1097, 1115 
Hoodlyesfield, 22 
Hooke in Chiddingly, 372 
Hooke (le) or Horscroft, Ringtner, 533 
Hooke (the) in East Grinstead. 356 
Hooke (the) in Westham, 7Q8 
Hookecrofts. 587 
Hookeland, 1012 
Hookes, 153 
Hookland, 216 
Hoope Manor. 925 
Hope, 376 
Hopp croft, 1056 
Hoppers, 145 

Horam or Courthoram, 983 
Horcombe Manor, 643 
Horeham Manor, 354, 1048 
Home, 70, 364 

Horneckland or Hornettland, 431, 433 
Homeland, 222, 224, 228 
Horrockes, 819 
Horsbroke, 925 
Horecroft. See Hooke 
Horsebridge, 746 
Horselonger Manor, 331 
Horseye, 542, 728 
Horsey Manor, 724, 901, 1081 



Horsham, 150, 161. 174, 213,259,274, 
^85, 421, 431, 489. 491, 582, 584, 585, 
662, 689, 712, 716, 722, 723, 731, 732, 
765, 769, 823, 824, 825, 874, 902, 939, 
988, 989, 1032, 1084, 1089, 1113 

Horsham Manor, 652, 778 

Horsham Mill, 712 

Horsted Keynes, 44, 148, 150, 151, 152, 
155, 206, 223, 227, 230, 256, 314, 348, 
557, 572, 574, 596, 652, 739, 797, 800, 
916, 917, 1038, 1050, 1051, 1083. 1111, 
1115 

Horsted Keynes Manor, 572 

Horsted Keynes Brodhurst Manor, 725, 
729, 889 

Horsye. See Horsey 

Horsyngton Manor, Somerset, 479 

Horton, 382 

Horton Mabank or Horton Horsey 
Manor, 76. 382 

Hoskins or Brownstarr, 1016 

Hosyers Manor, 446. 447, 453 

Hotheleigh Manor, 258 

Hotheley. See East Hoathly 

Hotheroppes Mead, 18 

Hothes, 579 

Hothfield, 150 

Hothland, 153 

Hothyfield, 420 

Houndean, Hownden, or Hunden 
Manor, 109, 120, 330, 482, 484, 631 

Houndhurst or Hounster. 302 

Hove, 983 

Howe Court, 937 

Howham. See Hockham 

Howicks Manor, 481, 485 

Rowland, 149 

Howndeane, 947 

Hownley, 709 

Hudlingmede, 399 

Huggetts, 874 

Huggetts or Mannings, 531 

Humfryes, 582 

Hunden. Sen Houndean 

Hunston, 381, 736, 782, 890 

Hunston Manor, 135, 137, 159, 322 

Huntbulls, 825 

Huntesparck or Sunt, 409 

Huntingdonshire, 32, 930 

Hunts in Westmeston, 474 

Hunts in Worthing, 952 

Huntshall, 967 

Huntsmans, 1084 

Hurst. 1083, 1084 

Hurst or Penborne, 38 

Hurst (le), 70 

Hurstcrot'te, 150 

Hurst-et-Clayes, 344 

Hurstland or Hareland, 393 

Hurst Manor. 285, 286 

Hurstmonceux, 68, 241, 429, 432, 539, 
575, 595, 605, 679, 902, 905, 906, 983, 
1018, 1075 



INDE& OF PLACES. 



275 



Hurstpierpoint, 44, 62, 94, 153, 194, 11)8, 
313, 314. 315, 441, 442, 443, 475, 567, 
643, 677, 678, 680, 982, 984. 1115 

Hurstpierpoint Manor, 437, 482 

Hurts, 211 

Hutchiens, 871 

Hutchyns or Topsells, 150 



Hydeane, 105 
Hyden Manor, 485 
Hyems, 299 
Hyes (le), 640 
Hylles Manor, 213 
Hyll Meade, 931 



I. 



Ibernowe. Hibernowe, or Eburnowe 

Manor/181, 957 
Icklesham, 243, 385, 386, 423, 560, 646, 

648, 831. 968, 969, 1019, 1085, 1095 
Icklesham Manor, 436, 647 
Iden, 175, 240, 413, 415, 416, 469, 683, 

724 

Iden Manor, 413. 415, 416 
Ids worth Manor, 76 
Ifield, 197, 242, 259, 292, 313, 314, 374, 

407, 731, 864, 985, 1083, 1084 
Ifield Manor, 293, 294, 945 
Ifolds (Ifeld or Efolds). 496, 504 
Iford, 120, 631 
Iford Manor, 632 
Iham or Higham Manor, 516, 517 
llsham, 971, 972, 973 
Ilsham St. John's Manor, 357, 358, 359 
Iltington Manor, 436 
Imberhorne Manor, 337 
Impe Crosse, 898 
Imple Torre, 485 
Inford or Weanelands, 834 
Ingeham or Engeham Manor, 66 



Ingrams or Oldehouse, 378 

Ingramyswyshe, 406 

Inholmes in Balcombe, 461 

Inholmes in Stedham, 580 

Inlands, 920 

Iping, 127, 128 

Iping Manor, 122 

Iridge, 1098, 1099 

Iryngeham Manor, 100. See Eringham 

Irringham Walkested Manor, 103. See 

Eringham 
Isborowe Hall, 593 
Isenhurst Manor, 63, 64, 65, 579 
Isfield, 948 

Isfield Manor, 511, 945, 948 
Isle of Wight, 76, 201, 266, 520, 521 
Itchenor, 135, 329, 532, 890, 898 
Itchenor Farm, 795 
Itchingfield, 285, 319, 584, 652, 662, 714, 

716, 721, 722, 723, 932 
Itford Manor, 489, 491, 495, 500, 501, 

652 

Ivehurst or Purbright, 1000 
Ivychurch, 683 



J. 



Jack mans, 1 
Jacksons, 419 
Jefferaysmeads, 230 
Jefferyes, 485 
Jefferys, 688 
Jenevers, 864, 1037 
Jennepers, 854 
Jenners. 548 
Jennings, 634 
Jervis, 401 
Jervisfields, 1015 



Jesops, 1090 

Jesus House, Eastbourne, 312 

Jevington, 406. 616, 686, 818, 920 

Jevington Manor, 529, 818 

Jewnyngs, 124 

John Aleas or John Alees, 967, 969 

Joycesland, 300 

Juggles. 195 

Julye or Phillipps, 1065 

Juppes and Juppes Meade, 931 

Jupps or Sexteyns, 716 



K. 



Kaffinchcroft, 773 

Kaynes or Kayres, 149, 153 

Kechingham, 59 

Kechyn, 155 

Keles, 372 

Kellers, 61 

Kemar Manor. See Keymer 

Kembers, 126 

Kemsing, 723 



Kencham or Cassingham or Lowden 

Manor, Kent, 1098 
Kennetts, 883, 884 
Kensleys, 615 
Kent, 4, 25, 66, 201, 363, 415, 416, 426, 

566, 593, 634, 640, 674, 683, 703, 835, 

862, 863, 865, 883, 885, 888, 934, 951, 

967, 1088, 1098 
Kents, 648 



276 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Kent Street, Southwark. 985 

Ken wards or Kenwards lands, 222. 224, 

225, 228 

Keppett or Cubitt lands, 968 
Kerford. See Kirdford 
Key (le), 1020 
Keymer, 43, 236, 313, 314, 317, 475, 643, 

680, 725, 728, 880, 1092 
Keymer Manor, 120, 174, 330, 482, 484 
Keynsham or Kyngesham Manor, 930 
Kidders, 6 
Kidland, 149, 153 
Kidmer or Keymer. See Keymer 
Kings, 542 

Kingsbarne Manor, 778 
King's College, Cambridge, 259 
Kingshara, 128 
Kingshouse or Newhouse, 620 
Kingston, 808, 910, 924 
Kingston Bousey, 142, 524 
Kingston Bowcye Manor, 909, 969 
Kingston Farm, 924 
Kingston, near Lewes. 306, 313, 383, 

384, 631, 990 
Kippinges, 594 
Kippings or Elmhurst, 885 
Kirdford, 7, 8, 156, 181, 324, 325, 381, 



385, 386, 387, 481, 483, 496, 504, 532, 
570, 609, 619, 632, 648, 681, 737, 738, 
741, 765, 766. 848, 965, 1000, 1003, 
1004, 1013, 1091 

Kirdford Manor, 647 

Kitbarne, 390 

Kitchencrof t, 333 

Kitcheners or Oxenbridge, 469 

Kitchingham Manor, 703 

Knappe or Kneppe Manor, 216, 778, 783 

Knell, 904 

Knelle or Knols Manor, 97, 98. 269, 276, 
278, 927, 933 

Knells, 863 

Knights, 478 

Knightsbridge, 575 

Knockhatch, 921 

Knoll and Knollands, 673 

Knoll Manor, 835, 861 

Knolland. 198. (and ? another), 480. 483 

Knowle de Hidney (le), 818 

Knowles in Chalvingtou, 396 

Knowles in Kirdford, 741 

Kyngesham or Keynsham Manor, 930 

Kyngeswell and Kingswellfield, 251, 
252, 253 

Kyngston Wyke Manor, 804, 806, 807 



L. 



Lacyes, 1091 

Ladylands, 371 

Ladymeade, 1068 

Lago, 345, 346 

Lakehowese, 632 

Lakeland, 632 

Lakers in Barcombe, 541 

Lakers in Wisborough Green, 632 

Lakewood or Lakeland. 872. 873 

Lamas Acre, 645 

Lamballes, 11 

Lambards Mead, 678 

Lamberhurst, 74, 87, 258, 350, 378, 419, 

674, 885 

Lamfords. See Launcefords 
Lampam. Lampham, or Lampenne 

Manor, 391, 398, 529, 983 
Lampland, 720 
Lamport, 896 

Lamport Manor, 446, 447, 453 
Lanars, 737, 738 
Lancashire. 1073 
Lancing, 148, 150. 151. 269, 480, 483, 

506, 550, 551, 939, 940, 1084 
Lancing Manor, 936 
Lanefeld, 796 

Langfords or Fordeland, 635 
Langhurst Mead and Croft, 591 
Langhurst Wood, 731 
Langlands, 153 
Langney, 607 
Langney Manor, 354 



Langridge barn, 874 
Latchensfields, 1006 
Latters, 74 

Laughton. 102. 229, 354, 429, 446, 447, 
638, 639. 837'. 839, 948, 967, 969, 1018 
Laughton Manor, 836, 837,838, 839, 840 
Launcefords or Lamfords. 72 
Lavant or East Lavant Manor, 758 
Lavenharn. Suffolk. 640 
Lavertye Manor, 943. 1105, 1106 
Laylands, 109 
Laynes, 62 

Leadam or Leydham Hill. 969 
Leame (le), 478 
Leamelands, 150, 152 
Leames, 99 

Leames or Lyams, 117, 118 
Learches Mead, 1112 
Lechecastle Manor, Glam., 1098 
Lechepoole Manor, 281, 298 
Leckleys, 1110 
Lee (la), 925 
Lee or Leigh Farm, 286 
Lee Manor, 642, 976 
Lee Park, 894 
Leedes, 140 
Leeds, 544 
Leehooke, 532 
Leeland, 117, 118 
Leeland or Highland, 600, 601 
Legge (le), 22 
Leggesland and Wood, 77 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



Legswode. 155 

Leigh farm, 758 

Leigh green, 22 

Leigh Manor, Cuckfield. 986 

Leigh, co. Kent, 951. Sre Lighe 

Lekefold, 8 

Lentall or Lenthall Starkes, Herefs., 

1079, 1080 
Lepons, 864 
Leveson, 74 
Levetts Manor. 784 
Levetts Marsh, 606 
Lewens, 1116 
Lewes, 86, 109, 120, 166,188,246.247, 

253, 334, 383, 482, 488, 530, 594. 631, 

634. 696. 910. 946, 947. 967, 990, 1020, 

1044 

Lewes Castle and Barony, 330, 484 
Lewes, St. Michael's. 211 
Lewisham Manor, 438 
Leycroft, 195 

Leydham hill or Leadam, 969 
Leygh or Ligh Manor, 240 
Lighe, co. Kent, 649. See Leigh 
Lighe in Pulborough, 743, 950 
Light lands, 420 

Lincolnshire. 682. 951, 1073, 1096 
Lindfield, 5, 148, 150, 151. 152, 153, 168, 

171, 222, 224, 225. 227, 228, 334, 348. 

409, 483, 548, 773. 774, 842, 917, 942, 

1012. 1039, 1108, 1109 
Lingfield, 348, 587 
Lingley, 149 
Lintotts lands, 662 
Little By ne. 169 
Little Chimneyes. 1113 
Little Eaton, 485 
Little Hampnet, 843 
Littlehampton, 101. 102, 110, 114, 266, 

359 
Littlehampton Manor, 357. 358, 359. 

805 

Little Hawkwell, 362 
Little Horsted, 103. 348, 385, 386, 387, 

557, 638, 648, 945,' 948, 1054 
Little Horsted Manor, 448, 451, 452. 

647 

Little Keepsland. 850 
Little Kings, 1112 
Little Lampham, 542, 871 
Little Moor, 865 
Little Mussenden, 938 
Little Olye. See Olye 
Littleton, 217, 1029 
Little Wickham Manor, 313 
Little Wood. 42 
Little Woollis. 719 
Littlington, 44, 176, 229, 339, 340, 341. 

887, 888 

Littlington Manor, 339, 887, 888 
Lockes or Lockfield, 564, 565 
Lockscroft, 42 
Lodge farm, 139 



Lodsworth, 965 

Lodyons, 42 

Loffeld (Loffield), 233, 234 

Lolles, 875. 876, 877 

London, 75, 86, 87, 132, 140, 156. 157, 

167, 201, 213. 261. 272, 337, 530. 698, 

716, 865, 970, 1020 
Lonehams or Stonehams, 904 
Longcroft. 478 

Longcroft and Long garden, 195 
Longedorosetts, 566 
Longfield, 429 
Longford, 670 
Longland, 42 

Longlands in Fletching, 149 
Longlands in Westham. 354 
Longlands or Blacklands, 587 
Longlands or Tothill, 47 
Longmead, 224, 228 
Longread, 733 

Longsland or Charmans, 662 
Long Slipe (le), 228 
Lordings, 751, 1122, 1123 
Lording Street, 835 
Lords wood, 968 
Losemans. See Hesemans 
Lostefield, 801, 802 
Lotmans. 22 
Lott (le), 173 
Loves, 696 
Lowallands, 921 
Lowbremes, 70 
Lowden or Kencham or Cassingham 

Manor, Kent, 1098 
Lowe Bourne, 923 
Lower Awell, 540 
Lower Ground, 40 
Lower Mousestone, 1044 
Lowfold, 1005 
Loxefield or Sene, 564, 565 
Loxwood, 620, 743, 1026 
Loxwood Manor, 1025, 1027 
Loynton or Lyllington, 341 
Lubbershall, 876 
Lucas, 276, 278, 356 
Lucasland. 187 
Luces Manor, Wilts, 927 
Luckas downe, .1 1 16 
Ludley or Selmeston Manor, 472 
Ludleys or Ludleys yeard, 970 
Ludwell, 889, 1050, 1051 
Ludwells, 798 
Lugeare, 429 
Lughurst, 1001 
Lullinges, 149, 153 
Lullington, 181, 340, 1020 
Lurgashall, 47, 300, 658, 695 
Lychepoole. Sue Lechepoole 
Lydsey, 462, 463 
Lye House, 1082 
Lyllington. See Loynton 
Lymarkes, 1020 
Lyme, 539 



278 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Lymeborn, 925, 976 

Lymes, Lymewish, Lymewood, 173 

Lymington, 520 

Lyminster or Lymister, 67, 71, 101, 102. 

103, 110, 282, 303, 377, 805, 806, 830 
Lymondens, 362 
Lynch, 965 
Lynders, 313 
Lyndmerston or Moulton Manor, 

Glam., 1098 



Lynkers, 732 
Lyntehurst, 423 
Lynwick lands, 284 
Lyon (le), 570 
Lyons, 184 
Lyonsfeld, 101 
Lytelworth Manor, 178 
Lytylworth Park, 577 
Lyvettes Manor, 593 



M. 



Mabbfields, 362 

Mabdyke, 11 

Maberton, Somerset, 939 

Mables, 707 

Madehurst, 830 

Madehurst Manor, 148, 149. 613 

Madersham, 951 

Maffayes, 341 

Magdalen, Hastings, 527 

Magge ,931 

Maidstone, 293, 544, 649 

Maiors, 438 

Maldemaynes, 864 

Maldon, 846 

Malings, 1083 

Mallands, 834 

Mallane, 438 

Mallards, 894 

Malls land, 155 

Manchester Manor, Lanes, 1073 

Mankseye (Manxey), 68, 177, 251, 252, 

398, 983 

Mannerdowne, 595 
Mannings. See Huggetts 
Mansels Meade, 746 
Mansills, 731 
Mansland, 989 
Manwood (le), 89 
Maplehurst, 350 
Maplesden, 581 
Marble Rucke, 579 
Marden, 690 
Mardens, 648 
Marelands, 319 
Maresfield, 148, 149, 153, 383, 384, 447, 

453, 536, 537, 562, 564. 565, 617, 887, 

888, 1104 

Maresfield Manor, 446, 447, 453 
Margate, 425, 934 
Mark Lane, London, 156 
Marie (le), 1110 
Marlefield, 536, 537 
Maries in Horsham, 722, 723 
Maries in Rudgwick, 570 
Marlings, 69 
Marlis, 745 
Marlynes, 851 
Marlynges, 301 
Marryells, 438 



Marsefield. See Maresfield 

Marshalls, 1004 

Marshalls Manor, 887, 888 

Marsheland, 1020 

Marston Manor, Warwickshire, 98, 927 

Martam Hill, 967 

Martins, 478 

Martinsland, 608 

Marvells (le), 948 

Maryngden or Maryngedene Manor, 

485, 806 

Masefield (? Maresfield), 529 
Masons, 707, 708 
Masters, 722, 723 
Mathies, 670 

Mavese Manor, 331. See Mawfees 
Mawfees Manor, 593. See Mavese 
Mawles, 576 
Mayescroft, 24 
Mayfield, 56. 63, 64, 65, 242, 301, 348, 

384, 432, 542, 579, 673, 704, 705, 707, 

754, 756,760,792, 851, 959 
Mayfield Manor, 672, 701 
Maynings, 874 
Maze in Southwark, 286 
Meadeplotts, 353 
Meanelands, 283 

Medsey Manor, 201, 202, 203, 204 
Medway. 75 
Medys, 896 
Meeching, 120, 864 
Meeching Manor, 330, 337 
Megham or Willsham, 38 
Megham Manor, 595 
Menscroft, 977 

Merifield (Meryfyeld) Manor, 593, 840 
Merlings, 883 
Merrymans, 16 
Merrywethers hole, 362 
Mersham, Mersham Foder. etc., Manor, 

1018, 1019 
Mershefield, 414 
Mershland, 662 
Meynemartell Manor, 1073 
Meynersshe, 438 
Michelgrove Manor, 926, 933 
Michelmersh Manor, 951 
Middelton, 120 
Middlefield, 362 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



279 



Middleham Manor, 385, 386, 387, 1007. 

See Mildham. 
Middle Lavant or Mid Lavant, 220, 

249, 702 
Middle Lavant, Rawmere or Rough- 

mere Manor, 698, 702 
Middle Temple, 159 
Middleton. 925. 1029 
Middletou Manor, 334. 593, 1020, 1118 
Middleton Stoney Manor, Oxon, 530 
Midhurst, 254, 852, 891, 965 
Midhurst Manor, 965 
Mikkehurst, 578 
Milborowe, 117, 118 
Mildham or Middleham Manor, 647, 

648. See Middleham 
Milhouse (le), 737, 738 
Milkehurst, 983 
Millands, 122 
Mill Ashfold, 743 
Mill farm or Theale, 570 
Millfield in Rotherfield, 705 
Millfield in Selmeston (Arlington ?), 

438, 440. 441 
Millfields, 1088 
Millhook. 743 
Millmeade, 976 
Millmoores, 948 
Millonds, 323 

Millplace in Pulborough, 741 
Millplace in Storrington, 353 
Millplace or Hodlyes, 12 
Millplace Manor, 226 
Millshormes, 1089 
Milne lye, 224, 228 

Milton or Middleton Manor in Arling- 
ton, 331, 545, 546, 547, 608 
Milton or Hadfold, 849 
Mil wards in Horsham, 874 
Milwards in Lindfield, 5 
Milwards in Ripe. 841 
Mirsecrofts, 890 
Moategreatfield, 99 
Moatehouse. 99 

Moate Manor. See Little Horsted 
Moatewood (le), 99 
Modese, Modeese, or Erode Manor, 140 
Modymans, 466 
Molineux, 216 
Moncks Manor or South Lancing 

Manor, 480, 483, 486 
Mondaces, 955 
Mondescroft, 22 
Moones, 531 
Moore (le), 947 
Moorebrooke, 705 



Moore Park, 967, 969 

Moores, 150 

Moote (la) Manor, 914 

Moote (le), 28 

Morefields or Badseales, 1052 

Morefields or Morehouse, 750, 751 

Morehales, 210 

Morehall Manor, 331 

More lands and More place in Petworth, 

321, 323, 324, 325 
Morelands, 300 
Mores Meadow, 246 
Morespickes (Moorespiches), 967, 969 
Moreylands, 531 
Morley or Merley Manor, 411, 527, 528, 

871 

Morley Laylands, 109 
Moseham Manor, 754, 755 
Moses. 170, 823 
Mote (le) Manor, 896 
Mote (le), Mayfield, 542 
Mote (le), Pulborough, 30, 31, 735, 736 
Mote (le), Salehurst, 376 
Motemede (le), 705 
Motkyns, 155 
Motts, 150 
Moulton or Lyndmerston Manor, Glam., 

1098 

Mounsies. 224 
Mount (le). 722, 723 
Mountfield, Monthfeld, or Muntfield, 

22, 539, 540, 1038 
Mountfield Manor, 790 
Mousecombe, 317, 371 
Moyses, 22 
Much Haddam, 682 
Mudberyes, 232 
Mulberry closes, 1088 
Mullens or Mallens, 125 
Munckton Manor, 657 
Mundeham Manor, 735, 736 
Mundham or Muutham Manor, 30, 33, 

931 

Muntham Manor, 687 
Mustards, 227 
Mychelbornes, 224 

Mydlyn Marsh or Dinicke Marsh, 469 
Mydsteds, 446 
Mylkhurst, 1110 
Mylland, 313 

Myllands or Bryansland, 186, 187 
Mylmoore, 150 
Mylnemead. 228 
Mylwards, 1012 
Mynstedmeades, 47 
Mysteds, 102 



N. 



Naland, 440 

Nalderet or Naldrett in Cuckfield, 542. 

724 
Naldrett in Lindfield, 152 



Naldrett in Ockley, 283 
Naldretts in Rudgwick. 765, 766 
Naldretts in Wisborough Green, 632 
Naldrettsfields, 766 



280 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Nappers, 709 

Nappers garden, 620 

Nashe. 399 

Nasheland, 297 

Nashes, 595 

Nashland, 714 

Nashmede, 399 

Nasshe (the), 882 

Natalies (Nateleyes), croft, 423, 968 

Native Mersh, 773 

Nears, park of, 429 

Neecrofts, 1024 

Needs, 497. 498 

Neiton. See Nyton 

Nenfolds, 707 

Nepsums. 1038 

Netherbyn. 149, 153 

Nether Courtwoods, 152 

Nether Eastfield. See Eastfield 

Netherfield down, 540 

Netherfyld Manor, 436 

Netherhall Manor, 641 

Nether Homeland. See Homeland 

Netherlands, 319 

Nettlesworth, 983 

Nevynton or Ovyngton Manor, 437 

Newbridge, 849 * 

Newcertlands, 24 

Newchurch, 683 

Newdegate, 55, 151, 1124 

Newdowne, 595 

Newefeld or Brodeland, 222 

Newenden, 316 

Newenham or Newynham Manor, 446, 

447 

Newepurches, 438 
Newham Manor, 379 
Newhpuse or Kingshouse, 620 
Newick, 148, 153, 334, 383, 483 
Newick Manor, 482 
Newingtons, 883, 884 
New Inn, Rye, 464 
Newland in Chiddingly, 595 
Newland in Lindfield, 1012 
Newlands in Horsham, 874 
Newlands in Tandridge, 152 
Newlands in West Grinstead, 1052 
Newlands in Westmeston, 474 
Newmans, 227, 564, 565 
Newmeads, 632 
New Mill, 363 
Newtimber Manor, 106 
Neytyes (?). See Nyton 
Nicholas Barbara's Meadow, 673 
Nicholls, 620 
Ninfield, 72, 179, 251, 252,375,424, 571, 

578, 875, 876, 877, 1067 
Noble, 572, 574 
Noblem (le), 152 
Nobles gate. 79 
Noble Tye, 917 
Noddings, 283 
Nomannesland, 120 



Norde, 1081 

Norfolk, 412, 1028 

Norlands, 283 

Normans, 540 

N orrises. 364 

Norrisland, 22 

Northamptonshire, 951 

Northbarne, 44 

North Bersted, 661 

North Brasshopps, 531 

Northbrook, 509 

Northbrooks, 399 

Northchapel. 965 

Northcomoiis or Beggarsbush, 353 

Northdewlands. 863 

Northey, 534 

Northfield in Horsted Keynes. 206 

Northfield in Worth. 1024 

Northfield s, 125 

Northheath in Hailsham, 434, 1116 

Northheath in Horsham, 823 

Northiam, 173, 175, 179, 527, 573, 575. 

835, 862, 997, 1038, 1087 
North Lancing Manor, 483, 486 
Northland, 967 
Northland or Brockers, 714 
Northlands in Cuckfield, 394. 397 
Northlands in Horsham, 689 
Northlands in Lindfield, 842 
North Marden, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 

668, 695 

North Marden Manor, 597, 598 
North Mundham, 157, 159, 322, 381, 

570, 782. 925 

North Mundham Manor, 782 
Northovers, 118, 566 
Northstock Manor, 980 
North Stoke, 142, 338 
North Stoke Manor, 592 
Northwodde, 962 
North wood, 61 
Northwoods, 864 
Northye Manor. 154, 1076 
Nosbeame. 462 
Novington Manor, 482, 680 
Nowers, 245 
Nunnery (the), 988 
Nunscroft. 61 
Nursted, 297 
Nutbourne, 559 

Nutbourne Manor, 167, 1105, 1106 
Nutbrownes place, 1115 
Nuthurst, 147, 213, 918 
Nuttehurst, 1003 
Nuttham Manor, 213 
Nybletts, 245 
Ny lands, 315 

Nylands or Northlands, 941 
Nymans, 719 
Nyters. 662 
Nytimber. 864 

Nytimber Manor, 480, 481, 482,483,486 
Nyton, 1035, 1036, 1037 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



281 



O. 



Oatehall, 194 

Obernes. 709 

Ocbornes. 869 

Ockenden Manor, 710 

Ockendens in Seaford. 371 

Ockham, 1098, 1099 

Ockley Manor, 86, 680 

Ockley Manor, Surrey, 317 

Odens or Odyns, 917, 1111 

Odymere or Udymere Manor, 376 

Offam Hill, 114 

Offham. 101, 782 

Offington Manor, 1073 

Offord Dacie or Offord Darcie Manor, 

Hunts, 930 
Offyngton, 965 
Oke (the), 356 
Okeham. 835, 861 
Okehurst, 89 
Okehurst Manor, 485 
Okeland, 643 
Okendene Manor, 213 
Okendenes. See Ockenden 
Old Adams, 1093, 1094 
Old Benges. 362 
Oldebery or Eldebery, 549 
Oldehouse or Ing-rams, 378 
Oldens and Stanmer or Audwicke in 

Stanmer Manor, 729 
Oldfields (le), 282 
Oldhouseland in Barcombe, 26 
Oldhouseland in Pevensey, 1 
Oldland, 480, 483 



Oldland in East Grinstead, 211 

Old Mylle garden (le), 931 

Old Park Manor, 652 

Old Shoosmiths, 419 

Old Shorebam Manor, 148, 149 

Olivers, 1070 

Olkhanger Manor, 1073 

Ollivers, 628 

Olye, Great and Little, 227 

Onsties, 148 

Orchard (le), 429 

Ore, 540, 560, 835. 862 

Ore Manor, 523, 647 

Ormesby, Norf., 1028 

Osex, 560 

Ossnersh, 73 

Osynershe or Bulfinches, 705 

Otehall Manor, 475, 710 

Oteham Manor, 616 > 

Otford or Otworthes, 1052 

Otham, 607 

Otworthes. See Otford 

Ovendens, 857 

Oversf old or Orsfold, 806 

Oving, 157, 220, 381. 624, 736, 829, 942 

Ovingdean, 864 

Ovingdean Manor, 109, 483, 484 

Ovyngton or Nevynton Manor. 437 

Owborne or Woborne Manor, 040 

Oxbourne, 112 

Oxenbridge or Kitcheners, 469 

Oyes, 773 



P. 



Padleymeade. 284 

Pageham, 607 

Pages croft, 967 

Pagham, 50, 462. 463, 771, 781. 864. 954, 

955, 956. 1009 

Pakins Manor, 441, 442, 443, 567 
Palmers in East Grinstead, 796 
Palmers in Findon, 735, 736 
Palmers in Goring, 112 
Palmers in Hoo, 371 
Palmers and Palmersbrooks, 378 
Pannetts park, 509 
Paradyse, 683, 684, 685 
Parham, 137, 804, 814 
Parham or Perham Manor, 804, 806, 

807 

Parhams meade, 552 
Parkers in Almodington, 894 
Parkers or Perkers, Cuckfield, 750, 751 
Parkes, 542, 724 
Parkfield, 967 
Parkfield or Cookspike, 118 
Parkgate, 798 
Parks. See Parkes 
YOL, XIV, 



Parratts, 874 

Parretts, 815 

Parsonage meade, 356 

Partlington or Bucklands, 356 

Partlington or Pattledens, 356 

Partridge land or Coxes land, 883, 884 

Parvis, 684 

Pashley (Passhely) Manor, 470, 697. 

700, 703 

Pastydowne Manor. 594 
Patcham, 313, 314. 317, 371, 941 
Patches, 1112 
Patchfield, 931 
Patching, 926 
Patching Manor, 933 
Pafcernosterland, 864 
Pattledens. Sec Partlington 
Pavysfeld, 683, 685 
Pawelthorne Manor, 292 
Paynes in Birdham, 788 
Paynes in Cuckfield, 1053 
Paynesfield, 478 
Paynesfields, 939, 940, 959 
Paynterfield, 464 

F 



282 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Peakedean, 1020 

Peakes, 595 

Peasemarsh, 883, 884, 970, 1038. 1085 

Peasmarsh, 97, 175. 179, 516, 517, 724, 
934, 935 

Peasmarsh Manor, 935 

Pechards, 438 

Peckhams, 834 

Peckhay, 834 

Pedinghoo. See Piddinghoe 

Peeches, 1029 

Pekeden Manor, 920 

Pekes Manor, 724 

Pell, 174 

Pelshurste, 531 

Pelvellys, 737 

Pemborne Manor, 878 

Pembury, 885 

Pemsey. See Pevensey 

Penborne or Hurst, 38 

Pengeden ov Pyngedene Manor, 779 

Penhurst, 634, 728 

Penhurst Manor, 728 

Penkehurst Manor, 32 

Penlond, 952 

Penn(le), 117, 118 

Pennland, 865 

Pennybridge or Bettersden Manor, 701, 
704, 707 

Pensfold, 283 

Penshurst Manor, 951 

Peomisfold, 296 

Peparmill. 74 

Peperesgarden, 750 

Pephurst or Pubhurst, 985 

Peplesham Manor and Place, 331, 561, 
564, 565, 840 

Peppering Manor. 805 

Peppers, 826 

Pepperscombe, 1015 

Pepperscrofts or Higate, 1052 

Perching Manor, 179, 779 

Peremans wyste, 41 

Perkers. See Parkers 

Perkers croft, 854 

Perrycroft, 473 

Perryfield, 259 

Perryland, 595 

Perrymeade, 1090 

Peryfeilds, 1006 

Petersfield, 510 

Petfields, 370 

Petlandes, 728 

Petmead, 333 

Pett, 969, 1018, 1019, 1085, 1095 

Pett Manor, 647, 1018, 1019 

Pettcroft, 773 

Pettesfold, 737 

Petworth, 7, 8, 13, 39, 40, 100. 156, 180, 
181, 271, 300. 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 
378, 480, 483, 525, 532, 631, 737, 765, 
781, 795, 848, 926, 1028, 1029 

Petworth Manor, 779 



Petyrs, 1025 

Pevensey, 1, 39, 64, 68, 106, 165, 166, 
176, 177, 241, 251, 252, 253. 341, 348, 
349, 391, 473, 534, 535. 542, 575, 51)4, 
603, 614, 659, 704, 707, 724, 728, 744, 
773, 851, 871, 877, 902, 905, 920, 980, 
983, 1018, 1081, 1095 

Peverell, 446, 453 

Phillipps or Julye, 1065 

Philpots, 66, 150 

Phyllip Fletchers, 532 

Pickhaye Meadow, 372 

Picking h . . . . Manor, 337 

Picknams, 156 

Picknolls, 351, 352 

Pickstones, 943, 1093, 1094 

Piddinghoe, 1069 

Piddinghoe Manor, 96, 212 

Piecombe. See Pyecombe 

Pigbush, 591 

Pigdene, 480, 483 

Pight, 595 

Pight (le). 777 

Pikecroft and Pikeligh, 1042 

Pilchards, 149, 153 

Pilchers, 536, 537 

Pilches, 354 

Pillingworth Manor, 1084 

Pilshes Croft, 228 

Pinfolds, 1110 

Pinkehurst Manor, 1022 

Pipers in Goring, 1079, 1080 

Pipers and Piperscroft in Wad hurst 
674 

Pipers in Wiston, 1068 

Plashett Park, 446 

Plasshett Manor, 1069 

Platters, 138 

Plawe (le), 587, 588, 589 

Playden. 416, 464, 516, 517, 526, 683, 
684, 685, 724, 935, 1021, 1038, 1085 

Playden Manor, 935 

Plodis, 406 

Plomerden, 227, 774, 842. 1108, 1109 

Plumpton, 88, 118, 226, 235, 334,475, 
631, 691, 773, 860, 889. 947. 990, 1104 

Plumpton Manor, 212, 641, 691, 694 

Plumpton Buskeyage Manor, 96 

Plumsted, Kent. 1088 

Pockecks, 165 

Pokeland, 297 

Pokkesmore, 925 

Poling, 102, 282, 303, 803 

Poling Manor, 290, 291, 783 

Polles, 24 

Pollingfold. 283 

Polling, 101 

Pontes, 851 

Ponta, 301 

Fonts farm, 1098, 1099 

Ponts Manor, 818 

Ponynges Manor, 779. Sec Poynings 

Popesmersh or Bonesmersh, 724 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



283 



Portcroft. 362 

Portersmershe, 312 

Portfield, 924 

Portland. 854 

Portslade, 109. 363, 365, 366, 524, 529, 

718, 720, 855, 958, 982 
Portslade Manor, 361, 365, 958, 1073 
Portsmouth, 570 
Possingworth Manor, 954 
Potells, 764 

Potkins, 441, 443 
Potland, 172 
Potlands. 557 
Potmans, 967 
Potstreet, 237 
Pott Manor. 1010 
Potters, 1071 
Poulspetch, 980 
Pounds Mershe, 398 
Pounsley Mill and Furnace, 385, 386, 

387, 648 

Powcrofts or Powkhill, 717 
Poyle (De la Poyle or La Palle) Manor, 

384 

Poynings Manor, 179. See Ponynges 
Prathells, 40 
Pratts, 687 
Preistmarshes, 534 
Preshawes. See Priesthawes 
Preston, 317, 512, 513, 804, 808, 983, 

1026 

Preston Manor, 657, 806, 807 
Preston Manor, Kent, 863 



Preston Poynings Manor, 179, 779, 784 

Prestwood Manor, 299, 731 

Pricklowes, 931 

Priestcroft, 429 

Priesthawes, 1018, 1019 

Primers Mead, 884 

Priorscroft, 1056 

Pryors, 660 

Pryors or Le Priory. 211 

Pryorscross, 673 

Pubnurst or Pephurst, 985 

Puckney, 566 

Puffeshern, 689 

Pulborough, 28, 30, 32, 92, 113, 135, 172, 
321, 385, 454, 456, 481, 483, 485, 667, 
737, 738, 741, 743, 746, 751. 758, 764, 
785, 786, 805, 806. 849, 926, 950, 1025. 
1026, 1028, 1033, 1057, 1068 

Pulborough Manor, 28, 30, 31, 33. 647, 
735, 736, 785, 786 

Pulters (le), 478 

Purbright or Ivehurst, 1000 

Puryland, 984 

Putney, 76 

Pycards Manor, 697 

Pyckerage, 313 

Pyecombe, 313, 314, 317, 751, 860 

Pykeligh, 594 

Pyllyngworth, 11 

Pylstyes, 750 

Pyngedene or Pengeden Manor, 779 

Pynnocks, 371 



Quiddleswell, 72 
Quodleigh, 871 



Q. 



Quytlye, 150 



R. 



Rabbatts, 882 

Races, 150 

Rackham, 142 

Rackligh or Reekely, 699, 863 

Racton, 518, 521 

Racton Manor. 518, 519. 520, 521 

Radfield, 723 

Radyngton Manor, 652 

Raiffords, 432 

Rakehill, 363, 366 

Rakes, 568 

Ramballs or Rumbolls, 681 

Randhurst or Rendhurst, 300 

Randols, 678 , 

Ranscombe Manor, 446, 447, 453 

Rapkins, 584, 585 

Rattle (le), 1081 

Ratton Manor, 817, 818 

Ratton Harwards Manor, 438, 818 

Rawley Manor, 317 



Rawmere (Roughmere or Midellavant) 

Manor, 698, 702 
Rayles, 1003 
Raymonds Manor, 793 
Raynslye Manor, Herts, 401, 402 
Reades, 218, 219 
Reads or Carpenters Reads, 125 
Redegate, 406 
Redfeld, 584, 823 
Redingham, 709 
Redland in Mayfield, 579 
Redland in West Wittering, 1016 
Red lands. 283 
Red Lion (le), 689, 1032 
Redstone Manor, 585 
Red wall, 9 
Redyns, 1117 
Reed, 362 
Reeders, 708 
Reedes, 820 

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284 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



Reedes or Standeins, 832 

Reeds or Tulls, 124 

Reekely or Rackligh, 699 

Reeland or Ryland, 222, 224, 225, 228 

Reigate < Ryegate, 166, 585 

Rendhurst or Randhurst. 300 

Rendhurst in Mayfield. 384 

Rendley. 665 

Reratts, 542 

Retherbrigge, 8. See Rotherbridge 

Reynolds^? 1 Reighnolds garden, 431,433 

Rey veils, 992 

Rickhurst, 681 

Rickney, 708 

Riddens, 723 

Riddens (le), 536, 537 

Riddens in Cuckfield, 859 

Riddens in Hartfield, 629 

Ridgebrook, 732, 823 

Ridgehill, 211 

Rill (le), 620 

Rimans hill, 499 

Ringden, 871 

Ringmer, 226, 242, 243, 288, 446, 533, 

638, 639, 759, 816, 870. 910. 946, 947, 

967, 968, 969, 1018, 1069 
Ringmer Manor, 647 
Ripe, 2, 34, 102, 354, 446, 447, 540, 640. 

693, 834, 841, 843, 980, 1020, 1073 
Ripmead, 475 
Ripsley, 122 
River Manor, 326 
Rivers farm, 658 
Riversland, 224, 228 
Rivers Manor, Essex, 324 
Robertsbridge, 134, 649, 922 
Robertsbridge Abbey. 897, 951 
Robertsbridge Manor, 897, 951 
Rockenhurst, 579 
Rocland or Rockland Manor, 448 
Rodmell, 447 
Rogate, 122, 124, 125, 412,623,624,725, 

757 

Rogate Manor, 1105 
Roghay Manor, 652 
Rolf Colvyels. 617 
Rolvenden or Rownden, 363, 967 
Romney, 4 
Romney Marsh, 73 
Rongeton Manor, 185, 782 
Ropers, 220, 829 
Ropyars, 42 
Rose or Busses, 288 
Rostocke, 1028 
Rotham, 323 
Rotherbridge, 13. See Retherbrigge 



Rotherfield, 66. 70, 73, 111, 148, 150, 

155, 383, 384, 418, 420, 665, 671, 705, 

706, 857, 1047, 1048, 1078, 1096 
Rottingdean, 153, 491, 757, 860 
Roughborough, 249 
Roughey, 285, 1113 
Roughey Manor, 285, 286 
Roughmere (Rawmere or Midellavant) 

Manor, 698 
Rounden, 74 
Rowfold, 245 
Rowlandsmeads, 230 
Rownden. See Rolvenden 
Rownor, 485 

Rowsefleld or Westfield, 787 
Ruckland, 298 
Kudgwick, 101, 138,213,284,485,569. 

570, 590, 642, 737, 738, 765. 766, 864. 

925, 927, 999, 1043 
Ruffield, 608 
Rumboldswyke, 220 
Rumboldswyke Manor. 157, 408, 886 
Rumbolls or Ramballs, 681 
Runtington or Saberton Manor, 19, 575 
Rushbrooke, 708 
Rushcroft. 564, 565 
Rusper, 170. 174, 213, 285, 299, 313, 314, 

374, 584, 652, 688. 717, 731, 769, 823, 

988, 989 

Rusper Manor, 688 
Russells in Laughton, 229 
Russells in Rogate, 125 
Russhet (the), 222 
Russhets (the), 834 
Rustington, 481, 745, 891 
Rustington (Rustyndon) Manor, 67, 76, 

266, 292, 965 
Rutlandshire, 951 
Rutlington, 1028 
Ryddens, 174 
Rye, 425, 426. 429, 464, 467, 469, 516, 

517, 526, 597, 683, 684, 685,724, 934, 

935, 1021, 1038 
Ryefield, 252 
Ryegate. See Reigate 
Ryelonds, 860 
Ryland. See Reeland 
Rypars, 41 
Rype. See Ripe 
Rype (la), Manor, 896 
Rysebarne, 825 
Ryshmede, 399 
Ryverhall, 419, 420 
Ryverhall or Watergates, 419, 420 
Ryverhill, 483 
Ryvers, 675 



s. 



Saberton or Saperton or Runtington 

Manor, 19, 675 

Saffreys or Saffries. 390, 597, 598, 599 
St. Andrew's, Chichester, 924 



St. Anne's, Lewes, 910 

St. Botolph without Bishopsgate, 

London. 1079, 1080 
St. Bridget's, London. 337 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



285 



St. Clement's, Hastings, 995 

St. Cleres or Clares Manor, 637, 748 

St. Dunstan's in the West, London, 865 

St. George's, Southwark, 985 

St. Giles in the Fields, London, 530 

St. John Evangelist, London, 698 

St. John's, Lewes, 730, 816, 947 

St. Leonard's. 386. 387 

St. Leonard's Forest, 778 

St. Leonard's (in Hollington) Manor, 

631 

St. Magnus the Martyr. London, 1020 
St. Martin Outwich, London, 2KJ, 261 
St. Mary Aldermary, London, 698, 970 
St. Mary Colechurch, London, 87 
St. Mary Spitle, London, 716, 1079, 

1080 

St. Mary's, Kent, 425 
St. Mary Westout, 947, 967, 1044 
St. Michael's, Lewes. 696 
St. Mildred's in the Poultry, London, 87 
St. Nicholas Olave's, London, 201 
St. Olave's, Chichester, 924 
St. Olave's, Hart Strret, London, 865 
St. Olave's in Old Jewry, 87 
St. Pancras, 843, 930. 942, 1007 
St. Peter and St. Mary Westout, 947, 

967, 1044 

St. Thomas Apostle. London. 698 
Sakam, 925 
Salcott, 517 
Salehurst, 22, 161, 205, 376,430, 538, 

539, 649, 790, 832, 883, 922, 923, 951, 

987, 1048, 1098, 1099 
Salehurst Manor, 790 
Saltcroft 1075 
Salters, 1094 
Salvington, 512, 719, 925 
.Saly, 733 
Sancottes, 378 
Sandeland, 222 
Sanders, 117, 118 
Sandfields, 362 

Sandhills in East Grinstead. 576 
Sandhills in Worth, 777 
Sands, 117, 118 
Sandys, 1100 
Sangwynes, 595 
Saperton. See Saberton 
Sarehagers, 722, 723 
Saunders, 742, 1102, 1122, 1123 
Sawceland (Sawcessland), 224, 225, 

228 

Saxtens, 1113 
Sayes, 341 

Sayes Court or Tawkes Manor, 656, 657 
Scarfax (Scarfolks). See Carfax 
Scarletts, 629 
Scarletts furnace, 629 
Scarvills garden, 249 
Scatfield or Chatfield, 171 
Scaynes, 1112 
Scolfes, 253 



Scorpions. 374 

Scotenham 737 

Scotts, 150 

Scripses and Scripses croft, 542, 724 

Scryches or Whitrowfield, 138 

Scufflands, 475 

Scurles, 564, 565 

Scutsteame, 227 

Seaford, 371, 373, 488, 631, 794 

Seaford Manor. 120, 330, 495 

Scale, 723, 865,' 1090 

Scale or Seeding, 503. 959 

Searelands, 406, 772 

Sebeche or Sewenbeche, 549 

Sedgbrooke, 773 

Sedgiemead, 22 

Sedlescombe, 57, 136, 179, 375, 424, 
426, 649. 897, 902, 904, 934, 1038 

Seeleys or Seligh, 970 

Selborowes, 560 

Selham, 148, 658 

Seligh or Seeleys, 970 

Selmeston, 354, 370, 371, 396, 438, 440, 
693, 801, 802, 835, 861, 862, 908 

Selmeston or Ludley Manor, 472, 652, 
655 

Selsea, 121, 602, 758, 879, 977 

Selves, 223, 227 

Sendalys, 518 

Sene or Loxefield, 564, 565 

Sereland. See Searelands 

Series in Fletching, 536, 537 

Series in Horsham, 723 

Serlond or Hernland, 931 

Serris or Erris, 1117 

Servells or Estlands, 712 

Sevenoaks, 69, 723 

Sewell, 112 

Sewells in Barcombe, 541 

Sewells in Goring, 1071 

Sewenbeche. See Sebeche 

Sewerbridge wood or Sewers wood, 79 

Sexpes, 478 

Sextens and Sextens garden, 498 

Sexteyns or Jupps, 716 

Sextons, 50 

Seyviers. 707 

Shadoxhurst, 25, 690 

Shalford, 681 

Sharpenhurst or Forwells, 932 

Sharpes, 636 

Sharpethorpe, 60 

Sheepegates, 524 

Sheepeland, 1020 

Sheffield Manor, 348, 379 

Sheldowne Manor, 241 

Shelf e (le), 429 

Shellemead, 746 

Sheltons, 312 

Shelves, 75 

Shelresdowne, 354 

Shepepasture, 308, 309 

Shepharda Wall, 74 



286 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Shepley. See Shipley 

Shepperdiswysshe, 1 1 

Sheppham, 25, 708 

Sheprodes, 292 

Shepsnoakes. 885 

Shepton Mallet Manor, 1073 

Sheptons, 153 

Shepwrights. 890 

Sherlockes, 732 

Shermanbury. 6, 109, 263, 351, 566, 

643, 925 

Shermanbury Manor, 909 
Shermans. 9fi7 
Sherman's Chantry. 631 
Shernchurste. 531 
Sherrington Manor, 693, 801, 802 
Sherts or Shorts, 1117 
Shewes, 703 
Shiborne. 998 
Shiplake' Hundred, 837, 839 
Shipley (Shepley), 113. 115, 161, 174, 

213, 216, 480, 481, 483, 485, 687, 

722, 723. 822, 927, 980 
Shipley Manor, 213, 216 
Shipley mead, 77 
Shirmanscroft, 218 
Shoesmith, 79 

Sholvestrode Manor, 39, 446, 447, 453 
Shoolands, 429 

Shopwyke Egle Manor, 178, 577 
Shoreham. 100, 103, 105, 107, 108, 109, 

148, 524, 1015 
Shoreham, Kent, 863 
Shoreham Manor, 778 
Shorewell, 520 
Shornfold. See Sornfold 
Shorthams, 693 
Shortisfield or Shortesfield, 584, 731, 

823 

Shortlese, 851 
Shorts or Sherts, 1117 
Shosswell (Shoyswell) Hundred, 839 
Shotes, 464 
Shovelshare, 350 
Showlderns, 847 
Shoyswell, 38. See Shosswell 
Shreeches, 84 
Shropshire, 530 
Shulbred Priory. 965 
Shutbefield, 259 
Shyngells. 319, 932 
Shyre, 1088 
Siarne. 394 
Siddlesham, 112. 156, 195. 379,381,510, 

532, 568. 570, 630, 977, 978 
Siddlesham Manor, 220, 992, 993 
Sillington, 942 
Simnetts, 77 
Sinderford, 579 
Singleton, 1028 
Siviars, 118 
Skanons, 542 
Skaynes, 253 



Skechers, 283 

Skelshouse croft, 712 

Skents, 419 

Skings. 885 

Sladeland, 714 

Hladelands, 217 

Slafham (Slaugham), 89, 106, 937 

Slaugham Manor, 290, 291, 292 

Slauters, 483 

Sleedes or Vynes, 26 

Slindon Manor. 613 

Slinfold, 245, 282, 283. 296, 303, 584, 
585, 716, 721,767, 805, 925, 1022, 1023 

Slip (le). Sue Slype 

Slutt, 937 

Slyce, 432 

Slydens, 540 

Siype (le), 967, 969 

Smalehill, 970 

Smallwells croft, 662 

Smithland, 228 

Smithsland. 773 

Smithwike. See Smythwyck 

Smythes in Mayfield, 301, 851 

Smythes in Ripe, 834 

Smythes or Tannhouse, 582 

Smyth escro ft, 169 

Smyths, 125 

Smythwyck Manor, 582, 947 

Snapelane, 907 

Snaylhame, 242, 243 

Snetterfelde Manor, 1073 

Snipe (le), 228 

Snowes, 1075 

Socknersh, Sokemershe or Sokenesse 
Manor, 257, 258, 291 

Socothhall. 570 

Sokemershe or Sokenesse. See Sock- 
nersh 

Somerleigh, 898 

Somer Roode, 660, 661 

Somers, 431 

Somersetshire, 479, 668, 939, 983, 1073 

Somersey, 863 

Sompners. 849 

Sompting or Sounting, 148, 150. 172, 
213. 269, 273, 281. 298. 480, 1084 

Sonder, 1111 

Sonnyngleghe Manor, 1047 

Soontland, 1012 

Sopers in Pulborough, 764 

Sopers in West Grinstead. 514. 515 

Sornfold or Shornfold, 252, 253 

Sothington. 356 

Sounting Manor, 1073 

Sounting Peverell Manor. 640 

Sountinge Welde Manor, 1073 

Southampton, 76, 201, 894 

Southborough, 910 

Southcourte, 446, 453 

Southease. 631 

Southeese with Heighten, 969 

Southeighton, 849 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



287 



Southeye, 301, 378 

boutheye or Wrenhams, 851 

Southeys, 356 

Southfield in Fletching, 536, 537 

Southfield in Lindfield. 153 

South Harting, 285 

South Harting Manor, ] 105 

Southheath, 434 

Southilond, 480, 483 

South Lancing Manor. Sec Monckes 

Southlands, 194 

Southleazes, 513 

South Mailing, 387, 980 

South Mailing Lindfield Manor, 222, 

228 

Southmead. 967 
Southover. 86, 147, 447, 530, 634, 870, 

910, 990, 1044 
Southover Manor, 247 
South Stoke, 114 
South Stoke Manor, 592, 613 
South wark, 22. 31, 286, 985 
Southwater, 769, 823, 824 
Southwaters, 658 
Southwick, 102, 142, 313, 314, 382, 524, 

631, 986 

Southwick Manor, 313 
Southworth. Sue Sugworth 
Southye Manor, 154, 1076 
Sowthhaynes, 45 
Sowthland, 570 
Sowtram (Southeram), 990 
Spades or Blackstroods, 259 
Sparr (le), 485, 716, 722, 723 
Sparrow green, 188, 419 
Speares. 1003 
Spelcridge, 918 
Spellfield, 419 
Spenserswyshe, 869 
Spickets Marshes, 1081 
Spitleland, 683, 684, 085 
Spitlestreet, 970 
Spittens or Churchfeldes, 299 
Spongate, 1115 
Spoonefield, 967 
Spooners, 263 
Spratts, 150 
Spreckle, 662 
Springham, 9, 10 
Spryngetts, 430 
Squire croft, Wivelsfield, 773 
Squirecroft in Worth, 777 
Squirefield, 865 
Staffoldmead, 746 
Stakenden, 375 
Stamerham, 988, 989 
Stammerham. 662, 716, 722, 723 
Stamplyns, 173 
Standbridge, 302 
Standeins or Reedes, 832 
Standen or Stansted Manor, 437 
Standen or Haselholt, 751 
Standen, Herts, 401, 402 



Standene, 39 

Staniitw, 80, 81, 84, 1057 

Stanmer, 860 

Stansted or Standen Manor, 437 

Stansted, Kent, 566 

Stantons Manor, 226 

Staple Ash. 51, 52, 1034 

Staplehurst, 151 

Staples, 2 

Starmy place, 890 

Stauntons, 1048 

Stedham, 47, 127, 221, 254, 477, 580 

Stedham Manor, 254 

Stedmans or Brights, 716, 721, 722, 723 

Steedcroft, 662 

Steeres, 512 

Sternham, 943 

Steyning, 117, 118, 146, 313, 399, 401, 

402, 403, 566, 635, 645., 819, 821, 844, 

882, 939, 948, 952, 1015, 1046 
Steyning Manor, 647 
Stiffords Clay, 698 
Stockbridge, 640 
Stodham, 126 
Stoke, West Stoke or Stoke near 

Chichester Manor, 992, 993, 1007, 

1008 

Stoke, 164, 826, 1025 
Stokehouse, 969 
Stokepark, 216 
Stokers, 427 
Stokynhams, 229 
Stondon Hall Manor, Essex, 927 
Stone, 424, 426. 690, 1059 
Stonecroft, Hailsham, 371 
Stonecrof t, Horsted Keynes, 557 
Stonefield, 796 
Stoneford, 368 
Stonegrove, 1083, 1084 
Stonehams or Lonehams, 904 
Stonehouse, 467 
Stonehurst, 754 
Stonehylls. 469 
Stoneland, 799 
Stonelands, 745, 746 
Stonemead or Strowdesmead, 299 
Stoneineads, 536, 537 
Stonerocks, 149, 153 
Stoners, 584, 823 
Stones, 94 
Stonnlyngs, 751 
Stookes, 145 
Stopham, 135, 377, 385, 642, 648, 675, 

926, 976 

Stopham Manor, 89, 90 
Storghton Manor. See Storrington 

Manor 

Storkers or Storkhurst, 137 
Storrington, 353, 676, 737, 745, 814, 

815, 925, 930, 942 

Storrington or Coodham Manor, 209 
Storrington or Storghton Manor, 29, 

32 



288 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Storyes Havyn, 864 

Stoushton, 48, 54, 76, 260, 809, 904, 

1028 

Stoughton Manor, 057 
Stratford Tony Manor, 448, 1073 
Streame house, 428, 429 
Streatehouse or Streateland, 1091 
Street, 11, 334, 750 
Street Manor, 482 
Streeters. 703 
Strete, 1025 
Streteland. 706 
Stretyngton, 549 
Strindeton, 1026 
Strodeland, 419 
Strokers. 370 
Strongesland, 1071 
Strood, 593 

Strood or Stroodlands, 283, 296 
Stroodland, 386, 387. 648 
Stroodwickes wood, 504 
Strowdesmead or Stonemead, 299 
Strudgate, 317 
Stubblehurst, 523 
Stubcrofte Manor, 135, 137 
Stubleland, 9, 10 
Stubmead, 237 
Stultfield, 146 
Stumblehole, 313, 374 
Stumblet (le), 419, 420 
Styckers, 483 

Stydolls or Stydolphes, 723 
Stylars, 872, 873 
Suffolk, 640, 730 
Sugham, 587 

Sugworth or Southworth, 149, 153 
Sulham Manor, 965 
Sullington. 28, 141, 142, 161, 662, 735, 

736, 926, 931 



Sultington Manor, 662, 931, 932 

Sunt, 706 

Sunt cr Huntesparck, 409 

Sunworth, 297 

Supton or Sutton Manor, 1077 

Surrey. 286, 317, 333, 364, 374, 384, 447, 

453, 513. 530, 591, 681, 716, 730, 732, 

924, 985,' 1028, 1096, 1124 
Suthehall Manor, 919 
Sutton, 137, 217, 480, 483, 525, 716. 737, 

1029 

Sutton Manor, 373, 631, 779 
Sutton or Supton Manor, 1077 
Swaceland (Swaces or Swares), 496, 

504 

Swadhurst, 863 
Swan (le) in Cliffe, 363, 366 
Swan (le) in Steyning, 401 
Swann (le) in Fittleworth, 976 
Swanborough Manor, 213 
S wanes or Halers, 608 
Swans or Swanes in Hollington, 386, 

387, 648 

Swannes Nest (The), 947 
Swantwissels, 883 
Swaynes, 94 
Sweete (le), 150 
Sweetes, 465 

Swetes (Swetmays or Whitmays), 777 
Swifte, 883 

Swineshed Manor, 1073 
Swylde (le), 737 
Swyneham, 371, 373 
Swynes, 772 
Sybbs, 368 
Symes, 150 
Syngels, 319, 932 
Syon Manor in Isleworth, 781 
Sywars, 117 



T. 



Taberlers or Taverners Hall, 216 

Tablehurst Manor, 337 

Tabretts, 473 

Tandridge, 152, 587 

Tangmere, 381, 612, 653, 758, 829 

Tanhowse, 745 

Tankersbridge, 725, 727 

Tannersfield, 150 

Tannershyll, 796 

Tannersmead, 874 

Tannhouse or Smythes, 582 

Tannhousefield and Tannhouse Fard, 

72 

Tarbledowne, 452 
Tarring, 83, 269, 271, 275, 276,278, 384, 

499, 512, 553, 719, 1069 
Tarring Camoys Manor, 324 
Tarring Nevill Manor, 384 
Tarring Peverell Manor, 383 
Tarring St. Clere Manor, 384 



Taverners Hall or Taberlers Hall, 216 
Tawkes Manor or Sayes Court, 656, 

657 

Telscombe, 488, 757 
Telscombe Manor, 337 
Telton or Tylton Manor, 448, 452 
Tenterden, 835, 862, 934 
Terme (le), 22 
Terryes, 662 
Terryng Manor, 1069 
Terwick (Teryke), 322, 472, 725. See 

Turwicke 

Testers or Anstye, 720 
Testers Manor, 570 
Thakeham, 719, 942, 952, 1025, 1068 
Thakenham Manor, 29, 32, 101, 102, 

161 

Theale or Mill farm, 570 
Theleland, 714 
Thetchers or Cockes, 713, 714 



i OF PLACES. 



289 



Thiselworth, 643 

Thistlehawes, 228 

Thomasland or Thomsland, 737, 738, 
741 

Thorndale or Durndale, 413, 415, 416 

Thornden, 194 

Thorne or Dome, 1019 

Thornelands in Kirdford, 609 

Thoruelands in Ninfield, 72 

Thorney Manor, 130, 131, 132 

Thornfields or Wesfc Hunts, 820 

Thornmead, 496, 504 

Threeles or Estons, 429 

Threelescrof t, 282 

Threelesland or Freeland, 942 

Thrittys, 64 

Thurlwood Coals Manor, 788 

Thurstones or Durstones. 566 

Thwittes, 149 

Ticehurst, 417, 527. 539, 581, 697, 699, 
700, 703, 850, 863, 871, 883, 884, 907, 
1116 

Tickefeld or Tylkfold, 723, 823 

Tickeridge, 75 

Tilgates, 945 

Tilgatt in- Tillatt, 662 

Tiluerst, 17, 21, 23 

Tillingham Manor, 935 

Tillinghurstwood, 680 

Tillington, 13, 39, 321, 326, 658, 781, 
1006 

Tilton, 967, 969 

Tinkers, 224 

Tipps, 1016 

Tittingherst, 317 

Todeham Manor, 1009, 1010. Sue Tod- 
hams 

Todhains, 329. See Todeham Manor 

Todhurst, 737, 738 

Tokinghurst, 111 

Tollers Manor, 379 

Tollington. See Tillington 

Tomestevenlond, 1042 

Tomharris, 894 

Tornkynsland, 287 

Tomwilliams, 473 

Tonham, i.e. Todham Manor, q.v. 

Torring Cameas, Torring Nevill, Tor- 
ring Peverell, and Torring St. Clear 
Manors. See Tarring Camoys, etc. 

Torrington St. Clere Manor, 444 

Tortington, 357, 358, 359, 625, 771 

Tortington Manor, 495 

Tortington Cheynes Manor, 491, 495 

Tortington Priory, 1020 

Totheyse, 64 

Tothill or Longlands, 47 

Totlands, 1066 

Tottesland, 532 

Tottington Manor, 643, 805 

Tottingworth, 369 

Totty, 540 

Towland or Townland Manor, Kent, 930 



Townefield (le), 931 

Townehouse in Ashurst, 938 

Townehouse in Horsted Keynes, 584 

Townehouse in Warnham, 739 

Townemanmead, 625 

Townerow, 706 

Townes, 872, 873 

Townland or Towland Manor, Kent, 

930 

Tradland, 297 
Tredcraftes grounde, 1032 
Tremans or Tremaynes, 150, 223, 227, 

228 

Trench (le), 705 
Trenchmers, 720 

Trendells or Tryndells, 478, 1040 
Trendleacre, 61 
Trendlegrove, 1075 
Treshcroft, 438 

Trewly or Truleigh Manor, 106, 847 
Treyford Manor, 50, 53 
Tribwick, 568 
Trigolls, 360 

Tringham Manor. See Hardham 
Trippemead, 326 
Trippetts, 128 
Tritton, 76 
Trotnells, 885 
Trotton, 122, 123, 260, 652 
Trotton Manor, 472, 652 
Truleigh. See Trewly 
Tryndells. See Trendells 
Tryshes, 153 
Tuckers, 536, 537 
Tucknames and T. brook, 61, 939 
Tudeley, Kent, 226 

Tulliugton (Tullyton). See Tillington 
Turners in East Grinstead, 478 
Turners in Horsted Keynes, 223 
Turners in Ifield, 374 
Turners Croft, 1020 
Turners land or Bowriggs, 1117 
Turwicke, 123, 124. See Terwick 
Tutsomes, 733 

Twineham, 140, 174, 179, 289, 643, 982 
Twineham Manor, 290, 291, 292, 981, 

982, 984, 986 
Twortham, 1081 
Twyning, Glos., 976 
Twytmottes, 11 
Twytts, 153 
Tybalds, 941 

Tybnam Manor, Norfolk, 412 
Tyckeredges, 561, 564, 565 
Tyckf old. See Tickefeld 
Tydinglye, 785 

Tyecroft in Horsted Keynes, 917 
Tyecrof t in Jevington, 686 
Tyefield, 150 
Tyehawe, 150 
Tyelands, 49 
Tyes, 588 
Tyes Manor, 710 



290 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Tylbyes, 766 

Tylehouse, 921 

Tylton. See Telton 

Tynders or Tyndhurst, 117, 118 



Tynsley, 158, 313 
Tysehurst. Sec Ticehurst 
Tytmose acre and T. field, 61 



u. 



Uckfield. 103, 327, 384. 564, 565, 680, 

902. 1054. 1070 
Udimer (Udymer), 162, 190, 191, 424, 

425, 426, 904. 934. 951, 1038 
Udimer, Udimere, or Odymere Manor, 

175, 376 

Underdownes. 429 
Uphill Manor, 153 
Upuiarden, 92, 260, 389, 476, 510, 513, 

644, 962. lOliO, 1063 
Upmarden Manor, 390, 827, 962 
Upperdowneway, 1110 



Upper Eastfield. Sec Eastfield 

Upper Hooke or Gild ridge, 907 

Upper Homeland. See Homeland 

Upper Spartenden, 478 

Upper Toate (le), 714 

Upperton. 896 

Upperton Mead or Upton Meadow, 125 

Upper Walstead or Westlands. 1039 

Uppwyk. 896 

Upwaltham. 323, 324, 325 

Upwike or Wyke, 983 

Ushudds, 944 



Velde, 1038 
Venters, 174 
Verdley, 39 
Verdley Manor, 39 
Verredge and V. down, 79 
Vigoroweshowse, 431 
Villands, 94 



V. 



Violetts, 767 

Virgins, 1081 

Virspygs, 150 

Vynales, 375 

Vynalls. 536, 537 

Vyuars. See Great Vynars 

Vynes or Sleedes, 26 



w. 



Wadesland, 772 

Wadhurst, 74, 79, 111, 188, 350, 362, 

384, 419, 420, 562, 564, 565, 581, 673, 

674, 697, 850, 907 

Wakehurst Manor, 313, 314, 315, 317 
Walberton, 627, 628, 975 
Walberton Manor, 143, 144 
Walderdon Manor, 964 
Walderne Manor. 179, 779 
Walderton, 260, 519, 520, 962, 963 
Walderton Meaner, 28, 260. 735, 736, 771, 

964 
Waldron, 63, 65, 145, 241, 354. 372, 391, 

432, 575, 579, 594, 902, 919, 1048, 1 110, 

1114 
Waldron or Harringall's Manor, 391, 

392 

Walehill or Weild Manor, 643 
Wales, 113 

Walfords or Bosses, 721 
Walhams, 66, 70 

Walkhampstead or Godstone, 587 
Walleis, 512 
Walles, 362 
Wallis, 22 
Walredge, 703 

Walsted Manor, 224, 225, 228 
Walsteeds or Walksteeda, 107, 108, 171 



Walston Manor, co. Warwick, 98, 927 

Walstone Manor, 495 

Waltham, 1029 

Walwyn, 64 

Wanmere, 242 

Wanners, 243 

Wanningore Manor, 472, 652 

Wantley, 926 

Wantley Manor. 630, 711 

Wappingthorne Manor. 643 

Warbleton, 38, 148, 150. 151, 241, 242, 

368, 605, 615, 649, 650, 682, 875, 885, 

1018. 1075 
Warblington, 520 
Warblington Manor, 331 
Wardingleed Manor, 6. Sec Warninglid 
Wardleigh, 17, 21. 23 
Wards, 871 

Warlington Manor, 840 
Warminghurst or Wormmghurst. 33, 

480, 761, 931 
Warnham, 90, 101, 138, 161, 213, 283, 

285. 584, 585, 662. 713. 714, 716, 721, 

^723, 731, 732, 823, 872, 873, 1097. 1124 
Warnham Manor, 285 
Warningcamp, 303. 695, 852 
Warninglid, 106. Sec Wardingleed 
Wartling, 179, 202, 223, 241, 251, 252, 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



291 



253, 349, 368, 391, 398, 534, 539, 578, 

605, 677, 679. 728, 740, 770, 869, 875, 

876, 877, 983, 1018, 1041, 1075. See 

Wratling 

Warwickshire, 98, 927, 1073 
Washbrooke. 231 
Washington, 105, 112, 141, 142, 161, 

209, 292, 360, 485, 506, 746 
Washland, 197 
Wasshinghain, 142 
Wassington Manor, 778 
Watchcroft, 99 
Waterbridges. 732 
Watergates or Riverhall, 419, 420 
Watermans in Bishopston, 1056 
Watermans in Findon, 112 
Wateryard, 673 

Watling 01- Wertling Manor. 448 
Watling Street, 698. 970 
Watsland, 643 
Wauges or Wulges, 540 
Wayhurst, 925 
Weanelands or Infords, 834 
Weanyers, 69 
Webbs, 834 

Weeke or Weke, 110, 114, 128 
Weekhouse, 570 
Weild or Walehill Manor, 643 
Weliiowne, 372 
Welland. 733 
Wellcroft. 22 
Wellers, 825, 1032 
Weltham or Wickham, 399 
Wenborne or Crouch, 362 
Wenham Manor, Rogate, 412 
Wepham, 1026 

Wephurst Manor. 385. 386, 387,647, 648 
Werde (le). 875, 876, 877 
Werde Manor, 951 
Werke (le), 869 
West Angmering, 67, 71, 805, 852, 891, 

956 See Angmering 
West Angmering Manor, 803 
West Ashling, 748, 912. See Ashling 
Westbourne. 167, 260, 321, 324, 389, 

521. 559, 637, 748, 924 
Westbrooke. 199, 200 
Westburton, 277 
Westcotts, 634 
Westcrof t, 931 
West Dean, East Sussex. 340, 908, 

1020 

West Dean Manor, East Sussex, 1020 
West Dean or Earlscourt, 1020 
West Dean, Westden (West Sussex), 51, 

52. 179, 248, 249, 250, 321, 912, 991, 

1034 
West Dean Manor, West Sussex. 656, 

657 

Westden Manor, 165 
Westfeeld or Rowsefield, 787 
Westfield, 241, 242, 340, 356, 527, 560, 

835, 862, 902, 904, 1065, 1087, 1097 



Westfield in Worth, 1024 

Westfield Manor, 835, 861, 862 

Westfield Ride, 227 

West Firle, 102, 784, 841, 842. See Firle 

West Fishborne. See Fishborne 

\Vestgreen, 374 

West Grinstead, 61, 102, 117, 118. 169, 

207, 208, 216, 280, 351. 479, 480^ 487, 

489, 497, 498. 499. 606, 514. 515, 550, 

551. 566, 636^ 643, 719, 745J 764, 768, 

820, 882, J)39, 940. 944. 952, 959, 960, 

966, 998, 1052, 1112 
West Grinstead House and Park, 939, 

959, 960 

West Grinstead Manor, 940. 959, 960 
Westham, 1. 20, 25, 176, 202. 203, 241, 

253, 341, 364, 406, 529, 563. 607, 614, 

634, 704, 707, 708, 724. 772, 841, 902, 

1017, 1018, 1019, 1056, 1081 
Westhampnett, 143, 144, 345, 346. 702, 

1009 

Westhampnett Manor, 1010 
West Harting, 285. 725 
West Harting Manor. 1105 
West Hoathly, 44, 60, 75, 99, 148, 150, 

151, 182, 183, 186, 187, 228, 313, 314, 

344, 404, 405, 468, 587, 588. 589. 656, 

657, 670, 692, 725, 798, 799, 1083. 1097, 

1100, 1101, 1115 

West Hunts or Thornefields, 820 
West Inhams, 889 
West Itchenor, 795, 898, 1016 
Westlandfield, 475 
Westlandes in Guestling, 242 
Westlands in Cuckfield, 148, 153 
Westlands in Home, 364 
Westlands in Ifield, 407 
Westlands in Petworth, 40 
Westlands or Upper Walstead in Lind- 

field, 1039 

West Lavant Manor, 410, 758 
West Longcroft, 99 
Westlulham, 839 
West Marden. 92, 388, 389, 518, 559, 

666, 827, 962. 1060, 1061, 1062, 1064 
West Marden Manor, 178, 577 
Westmeston. 226, 232, 334, 393. 474, 

680, 941 
Westmeston or Westmiston Manor, 

334. 437, 482 
West Mill, 844 
Westminster Heath, 1087 
Westneston. See Wiston 
Westnewicke. 703 
Westomleighi 1042 
Weston, 135 

Westons or Westens, 722, 723 
West Preston, 891, 952 
West Preston Manor, 67 
West Stoke Manor, 604 
West Thorney Aglands Manor, 345, 

346 
West Wittering, West Wytering, 121, 



292 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



156, 196, 322, 381, 532, 570, 602, 788, 

879.978, 1016 
Wetland, 149 
Wevers, 850 
Whalesbarrow, 1117 
Whalesborough, 536, 537 
Whalsinead, 259 
Whates, 875 

Whatlington. 136, 897, 904. 1059, 1097 
Wheatefield, 99 
Wheelers, 1071 
Wheelers or Glovers, 1075 
Whelpelye. 885 
Whitebeards, 283 
Whitehall, 278 
White Horse (le), 883, 884 
Whitehouse, 570 
White lambe (le), 970 
Whites in Battle, 69 
Whites in Goring, 81, 83, 84, 1057 
Whitlands, 249 
Whitmays or Swetes, 777 
Whitpotts, 935 
Whittes, 80 

Whittingweeke. See Wittingwyke 
Whytebroke, 94 
Wickens or Wickherst, 907 
Wickensande Manor. See Wyksand 
Wickersfield, 374 
Wickewar Manor, 1073 
Wickham in Lindfield, 773 ; in Steyning, 

819 ; in Icklesham, 968 
Wickham or Weltham, 399, 403 
Wickham Manor, 117. See Great and 

Little Wickham 
Wickhams, 22, 146 
Wickherst or Wickens, 907 
Widley, 390 

Wiggenholt, 650, 737, 741, 746 
Wiggenholt Manor, 746, 804, 805, 806, 

807 

Wightden Kaylyf Manor, 864 
Wighten or Wigden, 941 
Wightes (le), 631 
Wigsel Manor, 316 
Wigsells, 73 
Wilcocks, 720 
Wilcome, 643 
Wilderness, 723 
Wildgose, 588 

Wilhawes or Wilhawell, 872, 873 
Wilkins farm. 1056 
Willards in Pulborough, 737, 738 
Willards in Waldron, 1114 
Willards or Chantlers, 44, 1115 
Willbridge Manor, 358 
Willetts, 533 

Williams, 742, 1102, 1122, 1123 , 
Willie, Hants. 305 
Willingdon, 140, 179, 312, 354, 438, 555, 

817, 818, 841, 919, 920, 921. 1020 
Willings, 1083, 1084 
Willshama or Megham,_28, 38 



Wilmington, 594, 608 

Wilshams, 371, 373, 422 

Wilshams or Herstmegham Manor, 878 

Wilsland, 117, 118 

Wiltshire, 448, 668, 927. 930, 1073 

Winchelsea, 66, 168, 516, 577, 831, 1088 

Winckley, 94 

Windents, 432 

Winshells wood, 835 

Winters, 754 

Wisborough Green, 113, 213, 454, 485, 

591, 619, 632, 742, 743, 765, 766, 849, 

853, 998, 999. 1001, 1002. 1005, 1025, 

1026, 1027, 1091, 1102, 1122, 1123 
Wisborough or Wisborough Green 

Manor, 647 
Wisdoms, 125 

Wishe (le) in Laughton, 967 
Wishe (le), Warbleton, 885 
Wishe (the), Lewes, 946, 947 
Wiston, 117, 118, 163, 269, 3fiO, 385, 

386, 387, 583, 645, 648, 746, 915, 938', 

939, 985, 1068, 1071 
Wiston (Westneston, Westmeston) 

Manor, 936, 938 
Wistons gardens, 719 
Withyham. 22, 66, 69, 70, 73, 533, 555, 

902, 1047. 1078, 1097 
Withyham Manor, 216, 337 
Witringes, 320 
Wittersham, Kent, 415. 424, 425, 426, 

683, 690, 967, 1059, 1087 
Wittington. 1120 
Wittingwyke or Whittingweeke, 487, 

497 498 
Wivel'sfield, 153. 228, 475, 483, 750, 751, 

773, 775, 864 

Woborne or Owborne Manor, 640 
Wodcottland, 47, 477 
Wodcroft, 47 
Woddies, 149 
Woddockes, 406 
Wodecote. 143, 144 
Wodeland, 11 

Wodensill Manor, Bucks. 938 
Wodhorne, 898 
Wodroffe Manor, 951 
Wogham, 247, 947 
Wolborough Manor, 158, 1043 
Wol bridge Manor, 357 
Wollfree (le) or Wosland, 882 
Wolryngton, 896 
Wolston Manor. See Walston 
Wolverton, 332 
Wolvescroft, 1093 
Wonworth Manor, 454, 456, 457. 458, 

459, 460, 592 
Wood, 128 
Woodbrooke, 880 
Woodchurch, Kent, 416 
Woodcocks, 153 
Woodcroftes, 991 
Woodgate, 433, 491 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



293 



Woodhams, 632 

Woodland, 74 

Woodlands. 368 

Woodmancoat. 94, 95, 109, 263, 289. 

711) 

Woodmancoat Manor, 520, 521 
Woodmans (le grete and le little), 915 
Woodplace, 482 
Woodshuil or Bockesals. 687 
Woodsland, 1115 
Woodstocks, 125 
Woodwardes, 461 
Woodwards, 475 
Woodyes, 478 

Woolbeding, 46, 49, 510. 899 
Wooibeding Manor, 46 
Woolhams, 220 
Wool Lavington. Woolladngton, or 

Wollavington, 124, 483, 683, 709, 1029 
Wool Lavington Manor, 454, 456, 457, 

458, 459, 460, 592 
Woolliams, 829 

Woorthe or Worth Manor, 945, 948 
Wootton. 283 

Wootton near Fakington, 926 
Woowood Manor, 643 
Woreham, 94 

Worniinghurst. See Warminghurst 
Worsteds. 663 
Worth, 120, 150, 158, 210, 228,313,314, 

364, 374, 407, 444, 445, 588, 652, 725, 

776. 777, 985, 1024 



Worth or Byshe Manor, 564 

Worth Forest, 384 

Worth in Aldingbourne. 1035, 1036, 

1037 

Worthing, 269, 273. 480, 793. 952 
Worthlands, 10S1 
Wosland or Wollfree. 882 
Wotton, 117. 118 
Wratling (? Wartling), 864 
AVrebwaies or Greenes, 22 
Wrenham or Southeye, 851 
Wrights or Hodges, 1075 
Wulges or Wauges, 540 
Wyckham, 399 
Wygelands or Wyldings, 429 
Wygstaple, 438 
Wyke in- Upwike, 983 
Wyke Manor, 67, 71 
Wyksand or Wykensand Manor, 95, 

779, 902 
Wylcombe, 860 
Wyldbarrys. 245 
Wyldings or Wygelands, 429 
Wyllowse, 229 
Wyhnare, 660, 661 
Wyltyng Manor, 867. 868 
Wymarks, 566 
Wyses, 79 

Wyshe (le) in East Dean, 920 
Wyshe (le) in Iden, 469 
Wystysden, 417 



Y. 



Yalding, 201 

Yalding or Yelding Manor, 385, 386, 

387, 646, 647, 648 
Yallchast, 122 
Yalye, 1024 
Yapton, 101, 102, 357, 358, 627, 660, 

661. 864, 926.975, 1020, 1037 
Yapton Manor, 100, 626, 627 



Yapton Bulsham Manor, 357, 358, 359 

Yapton Coverts Manor, 358 

Yapton Rectories Manor, 358 

Yapton Shulbred Manor, 357, 358, 359 

Yfeld (le), 251 

Yisteds, 101 

Yorkshire, 781 



z. 

Zackett Manor, 1118 



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