Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue CC

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Details of Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue CC
Title: Additional Manuscripts, Catalogue CC
Reference: AMS1

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


AMS6501 Tender of Thomas Gibson for a new landing-stage at Eastbourne Pier, 1893


AMS6502 The Red Cottage, Fletching Common, copyhold of Netherhall (Brown-Coleman-Kenward-Dalton-Wilkie-Bravery), 1805-1981


AMS6503 Phoenix Group of Artists, formerly the Sussex Women's Art Club: minutes, statements of accounts, rules, visitors' books, exhibition records, photographs, correspondence; 1927-1994


AMS6504 Papers of the Ashdown Forest Commoners' Committee, largely concerning its opposition to the Ashdown Forest Bill, 1973; 1965-1975


AMS6505 14 St Peters Place, Lewes (Nevill-Rugg-Jeffery-Payne; [Brent-Hussey]); 1867-1950


AMS6506 Valuation of the manor of Leigh and Barons Grange estate in Iden [Sackville-Craven], c1617; receipt for purchase-money of the same estate (Craven-Culpepper [?forWhitmore]), 1638


AMS6507 Stray Laughton parish papers; 1698-1814


AMS6508 Winkworths of Hove, auctioneers, estate agents, surveyors and valuers, valuation books; 1882-1971


AMS6509 Warbleton poor-rate, 1710


AMS6510 Whitby House, Hastings St Mary (Taught-Cornwall), [1759]-1763


AMS6511 William Howard Smith, butcher, Lewes: customer account book, 1895-1897; letter, 1914


AMS6512 6 The Green, Ringmer (Martin - Godden - Geering - Elphick - Haron Development Co Ltd - Buckwell), [1894]-1972


AMS6513 Brighton parish poor rate: day book, 1911-1912


AMS6514 Mrs W M Holman, Housedean Farm, Falmer: papers concerning the Pelham family; 1926-1934


AMS6515 Volume of manuscript verse by Mary Ann Gilbert, presented to Lady Ashburnham, 1823; Herstmonceux, Sheffield Park; Heathfield Park


AMS6516 Documents and photographs relating to Old Postman's Cottage, Alciston, Professor Caroline F E Spurgeon and Virginia Gildersleeve, [1750]-1970


AMS6517 Garden near Mill Field in [Malling Street], Cliffe (Adams and Slater - James); Baldy; [1666]-1676


AMS6518 Haremare estate in Etchingham and Salehurst: account-books, 1928-1930; printed particulars, 1928; partition of estate late John Mittell, d1734, 1794


AMS6519 Plan from printed sales particulars of the Hilders Court estate in Chiddingly [Richardson], 1912


AMS6520 Little East Street, Lewes, formerly part of Dobells Field (Hoper-Watts), 1793

Date: 1617-1999
Held by: East Sussex Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Extent: 20 accessions
Creator Names:
  • East Sussex Record Office
Conditions of access:

Documents are closed to public inspection for 30 years from the last date of a document, unless a longer closure period is specified for a series or file

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