Pedigrees, Household Accounts and Legal Papers (MSS. 1-72) include some early domestic accounts of 1382, a useful 15th century pedigree, settlements and a will, 1305-1414, together with a group of papers giving a vivid account of the law-suit over the Waleys estate in the mid-fifteenth century for which records do not survive among the Chancery Proceedings in the Public Record Office. See Introduction p. xii above.
Personal Papers (MSS. 73-78). DisappointinGLY/few records of this class survive and practically nothing of Col. Harbert Morley (1616-1667) except two documents relating to his pardon in 1660.
Personal Accounts (MSS. 79-82) being vouchers only.
Public and Semi-Public Offices (MSS. 83-89). Mainly official documents connected with the shrievalties of Harbert Morley in 1607 and Robert Morley in 1631, but include also a scot levied by the Commissioners of Sewers for the Ouse Levels in 1537 for the cutting of a haven at Newhaven.
Settlements (MSS. 100-183), a comprehensive series from 1554.
Wills and Testamentary Papers (MSS. 184-208) include wills of all the Morley owners of Glynde from Thomas (1559) to William (1679) with documents concerning litigation on the latter's will.
EARLY TREVOR FAMILY
Pedigrees and Personal Papers (MSS. 209-216), a small group among which the dates of birth and godparents of John Trevor III's children are the most informative records.
Parliamentary Papers (MSS. 217-222). Stray documents from Sir John Trevor II's papers dealing with the Civil War and the Sequestration Committees in Wales, which did not come to Glynde.
Places of Profit. There are no records of Sir John Trevor I as Surveyor of the Navy or as Surveyor of Windsor Castle and Park (see Introduction).
The Keepership of Oatlands Park (MSS. 223-386) represents the successive keeperships of John Trevor I and his son and concerns the maintenance of the palace and park, 1603-1656, and the royal wardrobe at Oatlands, 1556-1628, including detailed inventories of the hangings, carpets, furniture and pictures, 1608-1619.
The Coal Farm (MSS. 387-543) is an important group of papers kept by Sir John Trevor I and II, successive partners in the valuable farm of the coal duties (see Introduction to this section, p.xxii).
Correspondence (MSS. 544-568) comprises 239 letters of which those of [Sir] Richard Trevor to his brother [Sir] John Trevor I, mainly 1591-1595, and those of Sir John Trevor II, his cousin Magdalen Bagenall, his sister and brother-in-law Sir Edward and Lady Fitton are of particular interest for the affairs of the family.
Financial Papers (MSS. 569-628). These vouchers and bonds do not give a complete picture of the Trevor finances. MSS. 569-578 relate to ventures in various ships, 1590-1605; MSS. 579-581 concern receipts from the Virginia Company stock; MSS. 582-589 are incomplete accounts of income from the Coal Farm.
Legal Papers (MSS. 629-652) contains some law-suits of local Welsh interest but by no means covers all the litigation in which the Trevors engaged in the late 16th and 17th centuries.
Settlements and Personal Estate Papers (MSS. 653-737). An incomplete series, most noteworthy for the documents preceding the marriage of Sir John Trevor Ii and Anne Hampden in 1619. The Fitton settlements (MSS. 694-737) should be studied with reference to the Fitton letters (see above Correspondence). They disclose the indebtedness of Sir Edward Fitton to his brother-in-law Sir John Trevor II.
Testamentary Records (MSS. 738-747). No earlier original wills than those of John Trevor III and Richard Trevor (both of 1589) survive, but the group also includes that of Edmund Hampden, 1605.
Miscellaneous (MSS. 748-759) includes a letter from Henry Earl of Arundel (1589) of parliamentary interest, papers concerning a church in Anglesey (1639), tapestry (1645-53) and the affairs of Sir Vincent Corbett's trustees.
LATER TREVOR AND BRAND FAMILIES
Pedigrees (MSS. 760-762) include a printed work showing the ownership of Glynde Place with a note on the portraits.
Personal Papers (MSS. 763-771). Apart from two midshipmen's logbooks kept by Thomas Seymour Brand and Humphrey Ranulph Brand, little falls into this class.
Parliamentary Elections (MSS. 772-793) consist of vouchers and some correspondence for the Lewes elections of 1741, 1768 and 1774 when Trevors stood as candidates.
Correspondence: Hampden family (MSS. 794-796). A group of papers whose unexpected appearance among the Glynde MSS. may be explained by the relationship of Sir John Trevor III, through his mother and his wife, to that family (see pedigree p.xxvi) and by the subsequent inheritance of the Buckinghamshire estates of the Hampdens by Robert 4th Lord Trevor in 1754. They include unsigned letters of Algernon Sidney, written during his captivity in the Tower and his trial for treason in 1683, probably to his fellow prisoner John Hampden; three interesting letters of Thomas, afterwards 1st Marquis of Wharton, to Richard Hampden on Buckinghamshire elections, 1704-1714; and a letter of Richard Hampden perhaps to the Duchess of Kendal about his speculation in the South Sea Company, 1720.
Settlements and Testamentary Records (MSS. 797-844). This is an incomplete series, but includes exemplifications of proceedings in Chancery on the wills of John Trevor IV, 1689, and John Trevor V, 1744. There are no original or probate copies of Brand wills.
Building, Maintenance and Furnishing (MSS. 845-884). Considerable alterations and repairs to the Tudor mansion were carried out when Bishop Richard Trevor was owner, 1743-1771, and it is for this period alone that any records on this subject survive. They include two designs for the new stables, some sketches and notes on building materials and work one by glaziers, painters, carpenters and bricklayers. Reference should also be made to the household vouchers and estate accounts of the period.
Household Accounts (MSS. 885-907). Detailed vouchers survive for 1753-1769 only.
Hawksden, late 13th century, are followed by leases, 1394-1727 (MSS. 1223-1234). The exception to this rule are the leases of the Glynde bourne farms by the Trevors and Brands. These farms being made up of several properties purchased at different times have been grouped on their (MSS. 1898-1919).
Waleys family properties (MSS. 1142-1346)
Glynde: Various, pre 1290-1410 (MSS. 1142-1198).
Chambers, 1472-1555 (MSS. 1199, 1200).
Heathfield: Stonhurst, pre 1264-1305 (MSS. 1201-1204).
Stoneres, 1406 (MS. 1205).
Bicstrode, 1356 (MSS. 1206, 1207).
House and garden, 1384 (MS. 1208).
Lewes: Land near Wyseke c. 1202-7 (MS. 1209).
Mayfield: Various properties, c. 1235-1340 (MSS. 1210-1219)
Carleham, 1260, 1362 (MSS. 1220, 1221).
Hawkesden, pre 1290-1727 (MSS. 1223-1234).
Baynden manor and farm 1409/10-1801 (MSS. 1235-1248).
Patching and Slinfold: Various, 1288-1398 (MSS. 1249-1252).
Ringmer: Various, 13th cent.-1406 (MSS. 1253-1256).
Millynk, 1386-1570 (MSS. 1257-1260).
Steyning: Annual rent, c. 1296 (MS. 1261).
Wadhurst: Moseham, 1370-1475 (MSS. 1262-1265).
West Firle: Various properties, 13th cent., 1367 (MSS. 1266, 1267).
Aldenham: Various properties, 1309, 1328 (MSS. 1268, 1269).
Ardeley and La More manor, 1303-1374 (MSS. 1270-1280).
Aspenden and Wakeley manors, 12th cent.-1553 (MSS. 1281-1313).
Buntingford, 1415 (MS. 1314).
Cottered, 1282, 1343 (MSS. 1315, 1316).
Elstree, 1353 (MS. 1317).
Great Munden, 1344-1427 (MSS. 1321-1325).
Hitchin, 1322-1414 (MSS. 1318-1320).
Ippallitts, Maydecroft manor, 1361 (MS. 1326).
St. Albans, 1296-1309 (MSS. 1327, 1328).
Stanstead, 1352 (MS. 1329).
Bramblehanger in Luton, 1342, 1353 (MSS. 1330, 1331).
Great Orwell, 1344-1347 (MSS. 1332-1336).
Stifford and Wennington, 1336 (MS. 1337).
Dover, 1326 (MS. 1338).
Newenden, 1302 (MS. 1339).
Thanington, 1370, 1403 (MSS. 1340, 1341).
Shop in unamed parish, 1329 (MS. 1342).
Shop in St. Andrew, Cornhill, 1338, 1370 (MSS. 1343, 1344).
Shop in All Saints, 1408 (MS. 1345).
MIDDLESEX AND BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
Colham and Denton, 1329 (MS. 1346).
Inventories (MSS. 908-916). A small group, of which a catalogue of fruit trees sent to Glynde Place, 1754, a list of ten family portraits, 1760, and an inventory of the goods of John, [3rd] Viscount Hampden are the only items of importance.
Correspondence (MSS. 917-920) being 4 letters on the pictures at Glynde.
Papers concerning the rebuilding (MSS. 922-953) carried out by Bishop Trevor 1763-5, include sketches and measurements by John Morris of Lewes, the contractor, but no designs by the architect, Sir Thomas Robinson. Reference should also be made to the household and estate accounts for the period.
(MSS. 954-1138). These are prefaced by an important group dealing with the relations of the lords of Glynde with their overlords, the Archbishops of Canterbury, and also with the tenure of Buxted manor. The late 12th century list of knights of the archbishop (MS. 954) is of outstanding importance. Other items include a rental of South Malling manor in 1305/6, a custumal of that manor, papers concerning disputes with the overlord of Glynde in 1465 and 1669-70, and between the lords of Glynde and Buxted in 1613. The records of only seven of the Sussex manors which formed part of the estate have survived among the archives. Of these Glynde and Baynden were Waleys manors, Beddingham, Combe and Preston Beckhelwyn were bought by the Morleys while Horsted Keynes and Bivelham were added by the Trevors and Brands respectively. No records survive in the archives for the Waleys manor of Patching or the sub-manor of Hawkesden in Mayfield, or of Thanington in Kent. The manor of Beddingham has the best run of court rolls, 1331-1901, with some gaps, together with nine compotus rolls, 1307-1391. For Glynde a broken series of court rolls, 1336-1901, survive but with detailed rentals of which the earliest are c. 1290, 1298-9 and 1353. Also in this class are a few records of the manors of Moor Hall in Ardeley, Dynesle Temple and Farnyvale in Preston, and the manor of Bussheton in Pirton, Hertfordshire, all believed to be Waleys manors. Some stray West Country manorial records, having no known connection with these archives, have been placed in the Miscellanea (MSS.3471, 3472).
TITLE DEEDS AND LEASES
The Waleys Cartulary (MSS. 1139-1141). For a detailed introduction to this private register of Waleys title deeds referring to Hertfordshire, Hampshire and Sussex, 13th century-1419, see the catalogue. MSS. 1140 and 1141 are paper rolls of copies of medieval deeds, c. 1290-1344.
The individual deeds have been arranged under the families which acquired them and this follows the existing arrangement on deposit. It also allows the student to see the growth of the estate around the medieval nucleus. Within each group the deeds are arranged alphabetically by parish and within the parish group the various properties are placed in chronological order of the earliest title deed, which does not necessarily follow the order of acquisition by the lords of Glynde. Following immediately each group of title deeds have been placed later leases giving a full account of each property in the estate. Thus the title deeds of
Morley family properties (MSS. 1347-1691)
Arundel, 1651 (MS. 1347).
Beddingham: manors of Combe and Beddingham, 1563-1612 (MSS. 1348-1357).
Leases of farms in same, 1625-1867 (MSS. 1358-1365).
Copy admissions: manor of Beddingham, 1570-1648 (MSS. 1366-1370).
Copy admissions: manor of Combe, 1621-1634 (MSS. 1371-1373).
Manor of Preston Beckhelwyn, 1451-1655 (MSS. 1374-1401).
Leases of the manor, 1548-1627 (MSS. 1402-1437).
Leases of part of the manor, 1550-1586 (MSS. 1438-1440).
Leases of farms, 1712-1872 (MSS. 1441-1445).
Messuage in Sound, 1608 (MSS. 1446, 1447).
Glynde: Bosts alias Bosses, 1362-1484 (MSS. 461-1466).
Bosts alias Bosses manor, 1577-1586 (MSS. 1467-1482).
Brigdens, 1317-1547 (MSS. 1483-1498).
House and land, 1334, 1424 (MSS. 1499, 1500).
Bynethebadnore, 1346-1454 (MSS. 1501-1503).
Preston lands, 1440 (MS. 1504)
Johnsons, 1536-1600 (MSS. 1505-1508)
Hencock lands, 1556-1612 (MSS. 1509-1516).
Batnore, 1623 (MS. 1517).
Leases, 1604, 1609 (MSS. 1518, 1519).
Testimonial re Sheepdown, 1552 (MS. 1520).
Agreement for decoy pond, 1666 (MSS. 1521, 1522).
Hellingly: Bowlys and Leyland, 1557-1652 (MSS. 1523-1544).
Leases, 1671-1725 (MSS. 1545-1551).
Kingston Bowsey: Various, 1652-1671 (MSS. 1552-1566).
Bond for lease, 1709 (MS. 1567).
Mayfield: Barnes, 1399-1515 (MSS. 1568-1587).
Leases, 1618-1727 (MSS. 1588-1592).
Winters, late 13th cent.-1490 (MSS. 1593-1619).
Dosyes, 1440 (MS. 1620).
Croft between Chilhope and Carleham, 1478 (MSS. 1621, 1622).
Gilhope alias Chilhope, 1539-1668 (MSS. 1623-1629).
Tithes, 1614 (MSS. 1630-1633).
Kenwards lands, 1641-1659? (MSS. 1635-1637).
Seaford: Various properties, 1317-1487 (MSS. 1638-1661).
South Malling, 1598 (MS. 1662).
Waldron, 1524 (MS. 1663).
Acton, co. Middsx., 1491 (MS. 1664)
Wiggenhall St. Mary, co. Norfolk, 1562 (MS. 1665).
Various properties of the Eversfield family, (Sir Thomas Eversfield of Denne in Horsham married Anne d. of William Morley. For the relationship of Sir Thomas to the Nicholas of these deeds see Comber, Sussex Genealogies: Horsham Centre, pp. 91, 93.) 1531-1626 (MSS. 1666-1678).
Unclassified deeds, 1580-1647 (MSS. 1679-1683).
Miscellaneous bonds, 1562-1666 (MSS. 1684-1691).
Trevor and Brand family acquisitions (MSS. 1692-2594)
Alciston: admission to Hampden lands, 1824 (MS. 1692).
Leases, 1792, 1816 (MSS. 1693, 1694).
Beddingham: Longborough and Smithall, 1506-1759 (MSS. 1695-1756).
Lease of moiety, 1675 (MS. 1757).
Lands in Beddingham and Buxted, 1691 (MS. 1758).
Shorts, 1705-1780 (MSS. 1759-1766).
Durham Stock Marshes, 1748-1865 (MSS. 1767-1779).
Stoneberg and Deanland, 1766 (MSS. 1780-1782).
Surrender of copyholds, 1766-1778 (MSS. 1783-1790).
Declaration by Mr. Carr, 1816 (MS. 1791).
Leases of windmill, 1808, 1839 (MSS. 1792, 1793).
'Trevor Arms' in Pickfield, 1845-1906 (MSS. 1794-1797).
Denton: see South Heighton.
Glynde: Messuage and 2a, 1682 (MSS. 1798-1801).
Freemantles Cottage, 1719-1770 (MSS. 1802-1809).
'Trevor Arms' in Glynde, 1721-1804 (MSS. 1810-1844).
Orchard and oasthouse, 1721-1815 (MSS. 1845-1860).
Barn and 18a, 1727-1774 (MSS. 1861-1873).
Cobs croft, 1757 (MSS. 1874, 1875).
Exchange with Thomas Hay, 1764 (MS. 1876).
Wisdoms copyhold, 1766, 1802 (MSS. 1877, 1878).
Messuage garden and blacksmith's shop, 1769-1788 (MSS. 1879-1883).
Messuage late Tugwells, 1825, 1835 (MSS. 1884-1886).
Ragged lands, 1832-1847 (MSS. 1887-1893).
Timber yard, 1840-1856 (MSS. 1894-1897).
Leases of Glynde estate, 1689-1899 (MSS. 1898-1919).
Heathfield: Pigstrood Farm, 1734-1840 (MSS. 1920-1944).
Bigknowle Farm, 1740-1867 (MSS. 1945-1984).
Froghole Farm, 1743-1866 (MSS. 1985-2010).
Bignowle and Froghole, 1827-1867 (MSS. 2011-2019).
Stonehurst Farm, 1752-1895 (MSS. 2020-2043).
Horsted Keynes and West Hoathly: Manor of Horsted Keynes Broadhurst and various farms, 1336-1847 (MSS. 2044-2175).
Leases, 1763-1832 (MSS. 2176-2182).
Lewes: 3 houses in All Saints, 1677-1799 (MSS. 2183-2196).
Spittle Farm, 1755-1800 (MSS. 2197-2202).
Messuage in St. Michael's, 1731 (MS. 2203).
Mayfield: Fiar Oak Farm, 1637-1839 (MSS. 2204-2241).
Leases, 1836 (MSS. 2242, 2243).
Abstract of title to Bivelham manor, 1771 (MS. 2244).
Lease of Bivelham lands, 1792 (MS. 2245).
3 cottages near Barnes, 1814-1867 (MSS. 2246-2253).
Surrenders to lord of Bivelham, 1843-1871 (MSS. 2254-2258).
Ringmer: Copyholds, 1591-1837 (MSS. 2259-2275).
Leases of Broyle Farm, 1774-1836 (MSS. 2276-2279).
Cottage in Munkin Gate, 1856-1862 (MSS. 2280-2284).
Ripe: Copyhold land held of Laughton, 1785, 1824 (MSS. 2285, 2286).
Leases of farms, 1769, 1812 (MSS. 2287, 2288).
Selmeston: Various properties, 1688-1772 (MSS. 2289-2313).
South Heighton and Denton: Chambers Farm, 1627-1824 (MSS. 2314-2333).
Chambers copyhold (Bishopstone manor) 1693-1824 (MSS. 2334-2341).
Leases, 1737-1798 (MSS. 2342-2344).
Everard's Farm, 1740-1850 (MSS. 2345-2376).
Nores, 1849-1877 (MSS. 2377-2381).
Steyning: Various properties, 1583-1761 (MSS. 2383-2396).
Bridger settlements, 1732-1761 (MSS. 2397-2403).
Huddleston Farm, 1593-1763 (MSS. 2404-2431).
Leases, 1757-1825 (MSS. 2432-2434).
Wickham Farms, 1650-1762 (MSS. 2435-2489).
Leases and agreements, 1753-1870 (MSS. 2490-2497).
Copyhold cottage, 1730-1785 (MSS. 2498-2507).
Fee farm rents, 1772 (MSS. 2508-2513).
Wickham Mead, 1730-1765 (MSS. 2514-2516).
Various properties 1735-1810 (MSS. 2517-2519).
Tarring Neville: Copyhold, late Bullens, 1599-1819 (MSS. 2520-2529).
Lands late Picknells, 1657-1827 (MSS. 2530-2552).
Upper Farm and Stockferry House, 1814-1819 (MSS. 2553-2562).
Above properties united, 1859-1875 (MSS. 2563-2572).
House and crofts, late Rangers, 1711-1862 (MSS. 2573-2594).
Durham, 1753-1755 (MSS. 2595-2597).
London, 1648-1663 (MSS. 2598-2603).
Cheshire, 1369-1655 (MSS. 2604-2607).
TREVOR WELSH ESTATES (MSS. 2608-2719).
Various evidences (MSS. 2720-2729A), a small group of documents mainly relating to legal disputes which include the petition of Thomas Morley against Sir John Gage concerning the manor of Glynde, c. 1532-44 and another petition of the same for the recovery of the muniments of Glynde in the hands of John Sakvyle, c. 1550.
ESTATE PAPERS: SUSSEX
Purchases and Sales (MSS. 2730-2748) being correspondence, surveys, valuations and sales particulars, 1723-1822.
Correspondence (MSS. 2749-2783) includes bundles of letters addressed to William Hodgson, the steward, 1760-1768, which relate among other things to the building of Glynde church.
Rentals (MSS. 2784-2799). These follow on from manorial rentals above. The series runs from 1702-1736 with other isolated items. Rentals will also be found among the accounts (MSS. 2950, 2951) and annual statements (MSS. 2800-2810) below.
Accounts (MSS. 2800-3031) include (a) Annual statements, 1710-1718, 1735-1752, 1771-1828, 1831-1833, 1853-1891. (b) Account Books. No books survive earlier than 1668 and the accounts are complete only for 1741-1768, 1793-1901. (c) Estate vouchers, for which complete series exist for 1736-1741, 1754-1779 and 1792-1829.
Farm Accounts (MSS. 3032-3034)
Labour Accounts (MS. 3035)
Draft Tenancy Agreements (MSS. 3036-3082)
Terriers, Valuations and Surveys (MSS. 3083-3106), mainly 18th century, covering most of the farms on the estate.
Maps and Plans (MSS. 3107-3162) include some fine 18th-century maps of Glynde, Beddingham and Mayfield. Some of these remain on exhibition at Glynde Place; of these photographs are available in the East Sussex Record Office.
Enclosure (MSS. 3163-3199) comprises mainly papers relating to the Broyle Park, Ringmer, including a copy of the Act of 1663, and agreement, award, etc., 1766-1772. This section also includes a copy of the enclosure award for Horsted Keynes Broadhurst, 1865.
Turnpike Act (MS. 3200)
Timber Records (MSS. 3201-3206)
Stewards' Papers (MSS. 3207-3213)
Miscellaneous Papers (MSS. 3214-3224)
ESTATE PAPERS: BEDFORDSHIRE
A Stray document referring to timber sales by the Trevors (MS. 3225).
ESTATE PAPERS: BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
Papers concerning Wendover rectory, part of the Hampden estate, 1293-1640, and sales of Hampden estates, 1825-6, are among this group (MSS. 3226-3234).
ESTATE PAPERS: WALES
Iventories (MSS. 3236, 3237) the former of Plas Teg, co. Flint, 1663.
Rentals (MSS. 3237-3270) of the Trevor estates, 1545-1674, among which those for John Trevor III, 1563-1575, are especially detailed. The series includes one of the Fitton estate at Gawsworth, co. Cheshire, c. 1632-8. Correspondence (MSS. 3271-3278). An extensive group of letters from the stewards of the Welsh estates to the Trevors in London. These include original bundles for Thomas Crewe, 1630-1638/9, Samuel Woodde, 1637/8-1648, John Peck, 1649-1654/5, Jasper Peck, 1665-1673 and Roger Kenrick, 1667-1674.
Accounts and vouchers (MSS. 3279-3314). This series does not comprise the main accounts of the Trevors but includes two accounts of Trevor coal mines, 1630 and 1631.
Surveys and valuations (MSS. 3315-3334) containing particularly full surveys of the demesnes of Plas Teg and Trevalyn, late 16th and 17th centuries.
Lordship of Bromfield and Yale (MSS. 3335-3351) being mainly papers concerning the leasing of this estate from the Crown.
Miscellaneous Papers (MSS. 3352-3369)
ECCLESIASTICAL AND PARISH RECORDS
Rectories of Glynde and Beddingham (MSS. 3370-3425). An important group containing an as yet unpublished actum of Stephen Langton, Archbishop of Canterbury, dated 1222, two other 13th-century documents of Glynde vicarage and leases of the rectories, 17th-19th centuries.
Glynde Parish Records (MSS. 3426-3460) including a description of the of Glynde, 1575-6, and papers on the construction of Glynde New Bridge, 1768-1775.
Charities (MSS. 3461-3465). Payments to the poor, 1708-1716 and 1741-1757, and Hay's Charity papers, 1838-1871.
Schools (MSS. 3466, 3467). A group concerning Horsted Keynes Charity School, 1708-1741, and a plan of Glynde School, 1899.
MSS. 3468-3480) comprising documents whose provenance and to the Glynde MSS. has not been discovered. They include a number of household and stable accounts of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, which were used as backing for the Waleys Cartulary MS. 1139); a copy of the Statute roll of 1402-3; two account rolls for the Queen's manors in Somerset, 1542-4, and accounts for St. Mary's Hospital, Chichester, 1582/3.
('Parochial History of Glynde,' Sussex Archaeoligical Collections, vol. 20, pp. 47-90 (1868). An account of Glynde Place by Arthur Oswald appeared in Country Life 14, 21 and 28 April, 1955, and an illustrated guide is available at the house.)
(A complimentary group of Trevor family settlements and other documents of the earlier period are to be found among the Trevor-Roper MSS. at the Flintshire County Record Office.)
(Glynde MS. 954.)
(There were Waleys in Hampshire, Suffolk and Northumberland in the twelfth century; the Suffolk Waleys later bore the same arms as the Waleys of Glynde; gules, a fesse ermine.)
(J.H. Round (ed.)., Calendar of Documents preserved in France 918-1206 (London, 1899), p. 505; Pipe Roll Society, vol. 7, p. 40; 'The Chartulary of the Priory of St. Pancras of Lewes', vol. I, Sussex Record Society, vol. XXXVIII, pp. 116, 161.)
(Pipe Roll Society, vol. 28, p. 37.)
(Berry, County Genealogies... Sussex, p. 173, and framed pedigree at Glynde Place.)
(V.C.H. Sussex, vol 1, p. 388.)
(Domesday Monachorum, ed. D.C.Douglas, pp. 50-1, 105; Gordon Ward, 'Godfrey of Malling', Sussex Notes and Queries, V, pp. 3-5.)
(Sussex Feet of Fines, Vol. I, no. GLY/130, Sussex Record Society, Vol. II.)
(W. Farrer, Honors and Knights' Fees, Vol III, p. 29.)
(Red Book of the Exchequer, ed. H. Hall, Vol. II, p. 556; Cal. Pat. Rolls, 1272-1281, p. 204.)
(P.R.O. Ancient Deeds, A. 4210.)
(Cal. Pat. Rolls, 1272-1281, p. 204; Cal. Fine Rolls, 1272-1307, p. 74; Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 64, pp. 144-147; 'Customals of the Sussex Manors of the Archbishop of Canterbury', Sussex Record Society, Vol. 57, pp. xxx, xxxi. For details of the tenure of Glynde and right of chase see Glynde MSS. 954, 961.)
(Book of Fees, Vol. I, p. 417.)
(Assize Roll 913, m. 14; Sussex Feet of Fines, Vol. II, no. GLY/775, Sussex Record Society, Vol. VII.)
(Registrum Epistolarum Johannis Peckham Archiepiscopi Cantuariensis, Rolls Series vol. III, p. 997.)
(Ibid, vol. I, p. 235.)
(Cal. Fine Rolls, 1272-1307, p. 342.)
('The Knights of Edward I', Harleian Society, vol. 84, p. 139.)
(Glynde MS. 24.)
(Harleian Society, vol. 84, p. 139.)
(Glynde MSS., 24-25.)
(Glynde MS. 1.)
(Glynde MS. 8.)
(Glynde MSS. 8, 16.)
(Glynde MSS. 9-11.)
(Glynde MS. 51)
(V.C.H. Herts., vol. III, pp. 21-2, 82; vol. IV, p. 197.)
(V.C.H. Herts., vol. IV, p. 81.)
(Glynde MSS. 16, 17.)
(No records of the case exist in the P.R.O. but the proceedings are in Latin, the normal form for the Common Law side of Chancery.)
(Glynde MS. 3.)
(Glynde MS. 24.)
(Ibid. This book then said to be in the keeping of the Prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, cannot be identified.)
(J.H. Round, 'The Lords Poynings and St. John', Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 62, p. 18.)
(Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 30, p. 68; vol. 31, pp. 95-6.)
(Glynde MS. 19.)
(Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 31, pp. 100, 102, 106, 108.)
('John of Gaunt's Register', Camden Society, New Series, vol. XX, p. 97; Glynde MS. 1306.)
(Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 15, p. 130.)
(Glynde MS. 8.)
(Glynde MS. 5.)
(Glynde MS. 4. The feoffees held by the deed of 23 January 1375/6, see Glynde MS. 19 (i).)
(According to MS. 19.)
(Account given in MS. 23.)
(Cal. P.R. Henry VI, 1441-6, p. 454.)
(Cal. P.R. Henry VI, 1446-1452, p. 491.)
(Early Chancery Proceedings, C./1/28/431.)
(Glynde MS. 27. See No. 3140, Sussex Feet of Fines, vol. III, (Sussex Record Society, vol. 23) for the fine levied on the manors of Hawkesden, Baynden and Patching by the co-heirs.)
(Early Chancery Proceedings, C.1/27/58, 59; C.1/28/56, 57, 431.)
(Glynde MSS. 54-58.)
(Wedgwood, History of Parliament, pp. 612-13.)
(Glynde MSS. 962-5.)
(Glynde MS. 23.)
(Wedgwood, History of Parliament, p. 613.)
(It is suggestive of the difference in social standing between the Waleys and the Morleys that Herbert Morley was the first of his family to sit for the county seat in 1659.)
(Berry, County Genealogies...Sussex, (1830), p. 175; 'The Visitations of the County of Sussex, 1530 and 1633-4', Harleian Society, 1905, p. 47; Comber, Sussex Genealogies, Lewes Centre, p. 190; will of Robert Morley P.C.C. 23 Holder.)
(The chantry was dissolved in 1547, Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 20, p. 76.)
(Comber, op. cit. p. 190.)
(Glynde MS. 2729.)
(Mentioned in a settlement of 1554 molendina mea ferrarea Glynde MS. 102; Ernest Straker, Wealden Iron, p. 116.)
(For Anthony's career in Sussex and South Wales see Sussex Notes and Queries, vol. 7, p. 100, and Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 18, pp. 13, 14.)
(V.C.H., Herts., vol. III, p. 197; vol. IV, p. 82.)
(Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. I, p. 36; vol. II, p. 59.)
(For the descent of Glyndebourne to the present owner see Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 20, pp. 65-6, and Burke, Landed Gentry under Christie.)
(Glynde MS. 186.)
(Glynde MSS. 135-151, 166-168.)
(M. F. Keeler, The Long Parliament, 1640-1641. A Biographical Study of its Members, (1954), p. 280.)
(C. Thomas-Stanford, Sussex in the Great Civil War, 1642-1660, p. 40. Other accounts of his career are to be found in W. H. Blaauw, 'Passages of the Civil War in Sussex', Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 5, pp. 29-104 and the D.N.B. article, which is largely based on it.)
(Letter of Mary Penington to Springet Penn, printed in C. Thomas-Stanford, op. cit., p. 113.)
(Blaauw, art. cit. pp. 95-6.)
(Thurloe, State Papers, (1742), Vol. V, p. 341.)
(Ibid. vol. IV, p. 161.)
(Blaauw, art. cit. p. 97 quoting Carte's Collection, ii, 246.)
(E. S. de Beer, 'Evelyn and Colonel Herbert Morley in 1659 and 1660', Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 78, p. 180.)
(Diary, May 24, 1660.)
(E. S. de Beer, art. cit. p. 143.)
(W. H. Challen, 'Sussex Entries in London Parish Registers', Sussex Notes and Queries, vol. III, p. 10.)
(W. H. Challen, 'Who was Lady Cutts?' Sussex Notes and Queries, vol. XIV, p. 246; Glynde MSS. 179-182.)
(Glynde MSS. 197, 208.)
(Glynde MS. 208.)
(W. H. Challen, art. cit. p. 246; E. S. Jones, Trevors of Trevalyn (1955), p. 77.)
(Enid Sophia Jones, Trevors of Trevalyn (1955).)
(Letters and Papers of Henry VIII, ed. J. S. Brewer, J. Gairdner and R. H. Brodie (Rolls Series) vol. 4, pt. 3, p. 2376; vol. 14, pt. I, pp. 418, 536.)
(John Trevor III married Mary Bridges, granddaughter of Sir John Bridges, whose daughter Winifred had married Sir Richard Sackville. Trevors of Trevalyn, p. 22.)
(Glynde MS. 738.)
(Cal. P.R., Eliz., vol. 1, p. 26.)
(Probably Henry Bowyer who was lessee of several Sackville iron mills, see E. Straker, 'Wealden Ironworks in 1574', Sussex Notes and Queries, vol. VII, pp. 100-1.)
(Trevors of Trevalyn, cap. I, for the history of the house; Royal Commission on Ancient Monuments: Denbighshire, under Allington.)
(Born 4 Feb. 1558/9 at Sackville Place, his godparents were Gregory Fiennes, Lord Dacre of the South, Sir Richard Sackville and Lady Buckhurst. Glynde MSS. 213, 214. See Trevors of Trevalyn, cap. III.)
(Letters to John Trevor, Glynde MS. 551.)
(A. H. Dodd, Studies in Stuart Wales, p. 80.)
(A. H. Dodd, 'North Wales in the Essex Revolt of 1601', English Historical Review, vol. 59; Neale, op. cit., pp. 113-4, 119-128.)
(This was settled by 'the greate convayance' referred to in MS. 690A. This document, dated 2 March 1606/7, has recently come to light in the Flintshire County Record Office.)
(For an account of their careers see Trevors of Trevalyn, caps. V and VI and D.N.B.)
(Trevor was one of those who bribed him, Trevors of Trevalyn, p. 46.)
(English Historical Review, vol. 59, p. 360.)
(Trevors of Trevalyn, p. 41.)
(Edmund Hampden died 1605/6, cf. Glynde MSS. 740-1 for his will and inventory. His daughters were nieces of Lady Elizabeth Winwood, wife of Sir Ralph Winwood.)
(6 Feb. 1619, Letters of John Chamberlain, ed. McClure, (1939), vol. 2, p. 210; Glynde MSS. 661-669.)
(Glynde MS. 670.)
(Trevor Correspondence, Glynde MSS. 554-558 and Fitton Papers, Glynde MSS. 694-737.)
(Keeler, op. cit.)
(A. H. Dodd, Studies in Stuart Wales, p. 126; A. N. Palmer, History of the Older Noncomformity of Wrexham, p. 9.)
(Keeler, op. cit. Brunton and Pennington, The Members of the Long Parliament, p. 67; P.R.O. S.P. Dom. 16, 427/38/vi; 16, 447/36, 37.)
(For details see Firth and Rait, Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum and D.N.B.)
(Brunton and Pennington, op. cit., p. 67.)
(Cal. S.P. Dom, 1603-10, pp. 13, 22, 52. For Sir John Trevor's papers relating to Oatland see Glynde MSS. 217-386.)
(P.R.O. State Papers Domestic, S.P. 14, 40, fol. 9.)
(Ibid. fol. 22; 'Autobiography of Phineas Pett,' Navy Records Society (1917), pp. lviii-lix; Glynde MSS. 577-578. It may have been on the 1605 embassy to Spain that Sir John received the 'Spanish chaine sett with Dyamonds' from King Philip III although he states in his will that it was 'given to me by Philipp the second'; this statement if true, would make him a secret pensioner of Spain like his Howard masters. Will of Sir John Trevor I, proved 27 April 1630, P.C.C. 35 Scroope.)
(See Glynde MSS. 387-543 for papers relating to the 'Sea-coal Farm'.)
(Glynde MS. 503.)
(Glynde MS. 582.)
(Glynde MSS. 554, 555, 560-564.)
(The D.N.B. has amalgamated the careers of Sir John Trevor I and II. For an amended version see Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, vol. 18, p. 136.)
(Firth, Last Years of the Protectorate, vol. I, p. 111.)
(Trevors of Trevalyn, cap. VIII.)
(Appointed solicitor-general, 1692; attorney-general, 1695; chief justice of the common pleas, 1701; lord privy seal, 1726-30; lord president of the council, 1730. See D.N.B.)
(His sister Arabella Trevor, married as her second husband Colonel Edward Montagu, brother of George Earl of Halifax.)
(Letters of Horace Walpole, ed. Mrs. Paget Toynbee (1903) vol. I, p. 197.)
(H.M.C. 52 Frankland-Russell-Astley MSS. p. 273.)
(H.M.C. 52 Frankland-Russell-Astley MSS., pp. 241, 250.)
(Ibid. p. 272.)
(Ibid. p. 292.)
(Glynde MS. 827. For the descent of the Welsh estates see Trevors of Trevalyn, passim.)
(Glynde MS. 828.)
(The details of his life are drawn from the D.N.B: and 'A sketch of the Life and Character of the Right Honourable and Reverend Richard Trevor Lord Bishop of Durham by the late George Allan, Esq., F.S.A.' Nicholl, Literary Anecdotes, vol. IX.)
(Letters of Horace Walpole ed. Mrs. Paget Toynbee (1903), vol. IV, p. 130.)
(Letters of Robert Trevor from the Hague form the Trevor MSS. in the archives of the Earl of Buckinghamshire, H.M.C. 14th Report, Appendix Part 9.)
(G.E.C[okayne], Complete Peerage (1910).)
(Glynde MSS. 775-793.)
(This relationship is shown in the pedigrees.)
(See under Teynham in Burke's Peerage, 96th ed. (1938), p. 2403.)
(None of his successors at Glynde followed his example for all retained the surname Brand.)
(The account of Henry Brand is based on the D.N.B. article.)