SUSSEX ENGLAND

Parish registers, Alfriston, Sussex County, England : christenings and marriages, 1538-1734, burials, 1547-1734

The first book of the parish registers of Angmering, Sussex. 1562-1687

The parish registers of Ardingly, Sussex. 1558-1812

Vol 15: The parish registers of Bolney, Sussex. 1541-1812

The first book of the parish registers of Angmering, Sussex. 1562-1687

The parish registers of Cuckfield, Sussex, 1598-1699; Vol. 13

Registers of the Parish of Street in the County of Sussex 1561-1837

The first book of the parish registers of Angmering, Sussex. 1562-1687. Edited by Edward W.D. Penfold

Notes on the churches in the counties of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey, mentioned in Domesday book, and those of more recent date

Abstracts of Star Chamber proceedings relating to the county of Sussex. Henry VII. to Philip and Mary. Transcribed and ed. by Percy D. Mundy

Parish Life In MediŠval England. With Numerous Illustrations.

Calendar of Sussex marriage licenses recorded in the Consistory Court of the Bishop of Chichester for the Archdeaconry of Chichester, June, 1575 to December, 1730. By Edwin H.W. Dunkin

Sussex

Domesday Book Sussex

The place-names of Sussex

The three earliest subsidies for the county of Sussex in the years 1296, 1327, 1332. With some remarks on the origin of local administration in the county through "borowes" or tithings

Vol 2: The Victoria history of the county of Sussex. Edited by William Page

Glimpses of our ancestors in Sussex; with sketches of Sussex characters, remarkable incidents, &c

Glimpses of our ancestors in Sussex ; and gleanings in East & West Sussex

Narrative of a voyage, with a party of emigrants, sent out from Sussex, in 1834, by the Petworth Emigration Committee, to Montreal, thence up the river Ottawa and through the Rideau Canal, to Toronto, Upper Canada, and afterwards to Hamilton [microform] : also of the journey from Hamilton to the township of Blandford, where the families were settled : and of a journey through a large portion of the London and Gore districts, with a map, shewing the route; a description of the state of the country generally, and the nature of the soil : to which is added a comparison of the route to Upper Canada by Quebec, with that by New York; and observations on the proper mode of fitting out emigrants ships

Continuation of letters from Sussex emigrants in Upper Canada

Emigration [microform] : letters from Sussex emigrants, who sailed from Portsmouth, in April, 1832, on board the ships Lord Melville and Eveline, for Upper Canada

Old cottages and farmhouses in Kent and Sussex

On a Romano-British cemetery, and a Roman camp, at Hardham, in West Sussex

Vol 1: A compendious history of Sussex : topographical, archaeological & anecdotical ; containing an index to the first twenty volumes of the "Sussex archaelogical collections"

Vol v.2: A compendious history of Sussex : topographical, archaeological & anecdotical ; containing an index to the first twenty volumes of the "Sussex archaelogical collections"

Sussex in the great Civil War and the interregnum, 1642-1660

A sketch of the history of Palestine : a lecture delivered in Sussex Hall

The Home counties magazine, devoted to the topography of London, Middlesex, Essex, Herts, Bucks, Berks, Surrey, Kent, and Sussex

The history of and antiquities of the ancient town and port of Rye, in the county of Sussex

A catalogue of the pictures at Cowdray-House, the seat of the Right Honourable Lord Viscount Montague, near Midhurst, Sussex

Sussex manors, advowsons, etc., recorded in the Feet of fines, Henry VIII. to William IV. (1509-1833); alphabetically arranged and ed. by Edwin H.W. Dunkin

Vol 2: Sussex manors, advowsons, etc., recorded in the Feet of fines, Henry VIII. to William IV. (1509-1833); alphabetically arranged and ed. by Edwin H.W. Dunkin

Calendar of charters and documents relating to the Abbey of Robertsbridge co: Sussex : reserved at Penshurst among the muniments of lord De Lisle and Dudley

Vol 10: The three earliest subsidies for the county of Sussex in the years 1296, 1327, 1332. With some remarks on the origin of local administration in the county through "borowes" or tithings. Transcribed and ed. by the Rev. William Hudson ..

The history and description of Arundel Castle, Sussex, the seat of His Grace the Duke of Norfolk : with an abstract of the lives of the Earls of Arundel from the conquest to the present time : to which is annexed topographical delineations of the Roman pavement at Bignor, Little Hampton, and Bognor Rocks

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