Catalogue description Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue Z

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Details of AMSZ
Reference: AMSZ
Title: Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue Z
Description:

Since it opened, East Sussex Record Office has maintained a collection of 'Additional Manuscripts' for accessions which are not assigned, or are not accrued to existing collections which have, a distinctive alphabetic reference based on the collection's title. The Additional Manuscripts collection is now known as AMS

 

Some of these accessions added to AMS have been returned to A2A as free-standing catalogues. The residue are being returned as a series of catalogues, each covering a range of AMS numbers. The summary list below covers all the accessions within that range, with notes against those which are the subject of separate catalogues or which have been transferred to other collections or other repositories. The main body of the catalogue notes only the reference and the fact of the separate catalogue or the transfer

 

Summary of contents

 

AMS6401 Map of William Bishop's Tanhouse Farm [Durhamford Manor] in Sedlescombe by Thomas Colbran, 1759

 

AMS6402 Sale particulars of part of Lime Park estate (Higham, Nunningham, Chilthurst and Chilsham), Herstmonceux, July 1936

 

AMS6403 Narrative of the circumstances of the arrest of the Rev Robert Bingham, curate of Maresfield, for arson with intent to defraud; Ashdown Forest enclosures and Nutley alehouses mentioned; 7 Feb 1811

 

AMS6404 Wannock Memorial Hall: Charity Commission Scheme, 1976; trust deed (Davies Gilbert-trustees), 1887

 

AMS6405 OS maps with the Ockham Estate, Ewhurst, plotted, c1900

 

AMS6406 Deed of The Willows, Fairlight Road, Ore (Carlton-Daw-Sinnock), 1744

 

AMS6407 Records of Seaford Training College of Housecraft, 1950

 

AMS6408 Warbleton Brass and Reed Band

 

AMS6409 Particulars of the estate late William Kensett at Ditchling, Wivelsfield (including Skinner's Farm) and Burgess Hill, 1892; article on L Slater, Ditchling carrier, 1960

 

AMS6410 Women's Land Army records of Grace Cockle at Hastings, Lindfield and Harlow, Essex, 1918-1940

 

AMS6411 letter of condolence from Ann [Pelham] Lady Chichester to an un-named correspondent, 1811; letter from H N Ward, Battle, to the Atlas Insurance Office, Cheapside, with comments on agricultural distress, 1830

 

AMS6412 Letters to William Otter bishop of Chichester concerning John James West (1805-1872), rector of Winchelsea, 1839-1840, with other papers relating to West including the reminiscences of Dr Ernest Skinner of Mountsfield, Rye, concerning the history of his family, Winchelsea, smuggling and the Legg family of Rye, woolstaplers

 

AMS6413 Photographs of Alfriston: Clergy House, Cuckmere; Barcombe: footbridge over the Ouse; Ditchling: Charles Longley of Wivelsfield's carter's team on the common; c1890

 

AMS6414 Archive of Sir Bryant Godman Irvine MP (1909-1992) of Great Ote Hall, Burgess Hill; 1941-1993

 

AMS6415 National registration card of Florence B Foreman of St Leonards, tram-conductor, c1915

 

AMS6416 University of the Third Age, Lewes Branch: constitution, newsletters, oral history tapes, publications (racing and race days, second world war)

 

AMS6417 Brundrett & Co of London, solicitors: clients' papers

 

AMS6418 Deeds of Hillview, Union Street, Flimwell, Ticehurst (Underdown-Golding-Hart-Oliver-Emeney-Durrant-Crouch), [1826]-1914

 

AMS6419 Photocopy of a letter from John Frederick Sackville, duke of Dorset, to Robert Smyth, bt; death of Lord Sackville and his inheritance of East Grinstead and the furniture at Stoneland; 1 Sep 1785

 

AMS6420 Recollections of Harry Grinham of Rotherfield, carpenter - Connor Brothers of Crowborough, Royal Flying Corps, war work; c1910-1958

 

AMS6421 Recollections of Anthony John Whittington of Lewes; schoolong, second war, post office, prison service, newsagent; 1933-

 

AMS6422 Research notes of Edmund B Teesdale on the history of the Wealden Iron Industry

 

AMS6423 Cornerways, High Street, Nutley in Maresfield (Garson-Wheeler-Fenner-creditors-Barnes-Fenner; Huggett-Fenner; Turner-Ridley-Gutsell and Neals); Nutley Forge House and Garage (Turner-Wickens-Stuart-Turner-Nettlefold-Ridley-F T Ridley & Sons); 1789-1996

 

AMS6424 Hove College Magazine and Annual Record, 1936-1966

 

AMS6425 Whites Tenement in Withyham occupied by Thomas Barr (Sackville-Garraway, lease), 1629

 

AMS6426 Minutes of Groombridge and Ashurst Nursing Association, 1915-1939

 

AMS6427 Penneys and Crouch Mead (Walters by 1834), in Mayfield (Sands Young-Stone-Fisher-Tompsett-Martin-Baker), 1793-1843

 

AMS6428 Buxted parish apprenticeship indentures (Saunders Charity), witnessed from 1795 by Richard Andrew Turner of Lewes, attorney; many masters Cliffe cordwainers; 1774-1804

 

AMS6429 Accounts, notes and vouchers of Fortunatus Slater as parish clerk of Hartfield, mostly concerning fees, 1822-1830

 

AMS6430 Messuage and land called Barlycroft and Walland Farm Wadhurst (Cruttall's feoffees to Cruttall), with seal-tag reference to Smarden, 1513

 

AMS6431 Photograph album of unnamed pupil at Uplands School for Girls, Archery Road, St Leonards, 1910-1919, with photograph of Miss Murray outside The Firs, St Helens Park, Hastings, c1908

 

AMS6432 Brighton Commissioners' and BC correspondence 1825-1854 and vouchers, 1825-1831-1885

 

AMS6433 House on E side of Malling Street, Cliffe (Shoulder-Weeks-Waller-Chatfield-Sacre), 1637-1731

 

AMS6434 Clarence Mansions, 58 Marine Parade, Brighton (Harrington-Wigan), 1828-1844

 

AMS6435 Memorial booklet for Rhona Jeannie Parker née Wells of Rodmell (1909-1995)

 

AMS6436 Simmons building estate, Eastbourne (Dudley, Albion Stanley, Avondale, Western and Firle Roads): Marsh Chapel and land formerly part of Susans Farm (Crouch-Rogers-Burtenshaw-Harben-Webb-Wood-Mockett-Simmons), [1719]-1849; Eastbourne Wilson copyhold (Geering-Mandy-Simmons), 1790-1861; Simmons, 1903

 

AMS6437 Copy chancery decree in Walsh v Tyrwhitt, c1545; forges and iron-mill at Etchingham and furnace at Darwell in Mountfield (Oxenbridge)

 

AMS6438 St Michael and All Angels, Brighton - covenants for extensions (Trocke, Beanlands, Windle), [1859]-1867; Tompsett family of Mayfield, property in Heathfield: Waters Farm with a windmill (Humphrey-Horsecroft; Fox-Twells-Keys; Barber and Weston-Waters), [1613]-1726; Idens Gate Farm (Gage-Fuller-Iden-Fuller-Taylor-Waters), [1567]-1683; both estates ([Young]), 1827; covenant concerning the property of Thomas Waters, d1673; Ollives Farm (Wybarne-Ollive), 1626; Priors Farm (Store), 1681; mortgage of unspecified property, Chambers-Johnson, 1709; houses on the N side of the street in Mayfield Town, including The Black Lion (Kennard-Milward), 1749; appointment of Benjamin Dutton as trustee of the Horsebridge Turnpike, 1757; cottage and buildings at Durgates in Wadhurst (Usher-Tooth), 1847

 

AMS6439 Rodney John Bassett of Wadhurst (1908-1992), farrier and blacksmith: J Bassett of Sparrows Green and Durgates, Wadhurst, coachbuilders, wheelwrights and blacksmiths

 

Separately catalogued for A2A

 

AMS6440 Ockman Cottage, Ockmans Lane, Rye (Bindlos-Ascough, Bindlos-Rollinson, Curteis-Hartshorne; Willimott-Waters, Ruck-Waters, Rye Corporation-Waters; Waters-Bishop-Jeakens-Amos-Miller-Miller and Dyson-Meryon-Taverner-Wellsted-Freeland-Killick-Batt-Procter-Worth), [1680]-1970

 

AMS6441 Plashet estate labour-book

 

AMS6442 Diaries of cycle-tours undertaken from Eastbourne by Herbert Burrell and Arthur Winton, 1906-c1939

 

AMS6443 Papers and photographs of the Uckfield Fire Brigade, the Bexhill Fire Brigade and the National Fire Service in East Sussex, c1905-c1944

 

AMS6444 Programmes for theatrical performances at The Dome, Brighton, 1913-1914

 

AMS6445 Printed poll-book for the election of Thomas William Wheeler as coroner for the eastern division, 12-14 Oct 1809, with biographies of Wheeler and Christopher Kell

 

AMS6446 Copy memorial presented to Thomas Smith Kell, formerly of Cooksbridge Farm Hamsey, on his departure from Willunga, South Australia, 1871

 

AMS6447 The Moorings, Marle Green, Horeham (in Hellingly and Heathfield): Huggetts Farm (Gorringe-Martin), 1847; house and warehouse at Hellingly with a pew in the church (Lade-Martin), 1848; Marle Green Farm (Oxenden-Overy-Martin), 1801-1872; the whole (Martin-Schroeter-Angelinetta-Simmins), 1860-1892; The Moorings (Simmins-Wells-Croasdaile-Edmonson-Davies-Jenner), 1895-1954

 

AMS6448 Tyler family of Buxted, Framfield and Horney Common in Maresfield

 

Separately catalogued for A2A

 

AMS6449 Gorringe family of Fairwarp, including family photographs (including Fairwarp School cricket, football and stoolball teams), gardening diary, Oldlands; Fairwarp Band (formerly Ashdown Forest Temperance Band), including Eckstein trust deed; Fairwarp Cricket Club; 1905-1972

 

AMS6450 19 Keere Street, Lewes (Verrall-Boore-Hobden-Page-Pilbeam-Henwood-Appleby-Rogers-Jenner-Jankowski-Cox-Thompsett); includes title to other properties in Keere Street; [1799]-1997

Date: 1629-1997
Held by: East Sussex Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Creator:

East Sussex Record Office, Lewes

Physical description: 48 Sub-fonds
Access conditions:

Records are open for consultation unless otherwise indicated

Subjects:
  • East Sussex
  • Land tenure

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