1 edition of descent of the family of Stanford of Preston, Sussex found in the catalog.
descent of the family of Stanford of Preston, Sussex
by Printed at the Chiswick Press for private circulation in London
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Family of Stanford of Preston|
|Statement||by Charles Thomas-Stanford.|
|LC Classifications||CS439 .S835 1907|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||99162241|
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PRESTON. Prestetone (xi cent.); Bisshopes Preston (xiii cent.). The medieval parish of Preston formed a rectangle, 2 miles long from east to west and rather less than a mile wide, lying immediately to the north of the parishes of Hove and Brighton, and sending a long tongue eastwards along the boundary of the latter to the summit of the Race Hill.
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Article in the Sussex Family Historian Volume 13 #1 Marchpgs Sussex Family History Group (SFHG) is an organisation with a world-wide membership of about 4, founded in to help those interested in researching their family history in East Sussex and West name reflects the fact that historically Sussex was a single county.
SFHG is a member of the Federation of Family History Societies (FFHS) and a supporter of the Headquarters: The Keep, Brighton. Descent (Buckenham Tofts) The Domesday Book of records two manors at this location, one held by Hugh de Montfort and the other by Roger, son of Renard.
Early holders. This lordship was held of the Montforts soon after the Conquest, by the de Bukenham family which took its name from the manor. William de Bukenham, son of Sir Ralph de Bukenham, had a charter for.
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ISBNISBN: In Sussex the family is first represented in the beginning of the 13th C, by Roger de Brom, who is witness to a confirmation charter by William de Albini, third earl of Arundel (d.
) returning from the crusade, where he had gone in ), concerning the donation of his aunt, Adeliza, countess of Eu, to Robertsbridge Abbey. - Roger de. Howard Avery 01 Apr Stanford, Connecticut - abt managed by John Clement last edited 20 Nov Thomas Avery bef New York, United States - bef 12 Jun Thomas Nash Avery 01 Jan Highland Falls, Orange, New York, United States - 20 Sep LOOKING FOR LANGHAMS FAMILY Dad was walter albert langham, Mum, nellie barton (nee:tyler) dad born east preston,think he hadbrothers,and ones remember, george,edward, sissy.
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Genealogical Chart of the Lewis Family. Available at Virginia Historical Society. GETTING STARTED INTRODUCTION This Bibliography is based on three University of Sussex Centre for Continuing Education Occasional Papers, no. 10, Medieval Sussex: A bibliography, by Sue Farrant (), no.
2, Sussex in the 16th and 17th Centuries; A bibliography, by Colin E. Brent, Anthony J. Fletcher and Timothy J. McCann (2nd edition by John H.
Farrant, File Size: KB. Forman, who wrote in the eighteenth century, says: "The greatest antiquity which the august House of Hanover itself can boast, is deduced from the Royal Stem of Ireland." The following Table carefully exhibits the "Royal Stem of Ireland," from which the present Royal Family of England derives its lineal descent.
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