|Statement||translated (from the Latin) and edited by A.E. Wilson.|
|Series||Sussex Record Society -- volume 60|
|Contributions||Wilson, A. E.|
For further examples, see Custumals of the Manors of Laughton, Willingdon and Goring, ed. Wilson, 51, 52 (tenants had to collect and carry sheaves of corn but not cart them); Custumals of the Sussex Manors of the Archbishop of Canterbury, ed. Redwood and Wilson, 12 (tenants had to haymake in a meadow for two days, but after that it was up to Cited by: 3. Custumals of the manors of Laughton, Willingdon and Goring translated and edited by A.E. Wilson （Sussex Record Society (Series), v. 60） Sussex Record Society, extent of customs owed by customary tenants, with other manors (copy made ) The National Archives DL 42/, ff. Wilson, A.E. ed., Custumals of the Manors of Laughton, Willingdon and Goring, Sussex Record Society, 60 () Steer, F.W., A Catalogue of Sussex Estate and Tithe Award maps, Sussex Record Society, 61 () Steer, F.W. ed., Minute Book of the Common Council of the city of Chichester, , Sussex Record Society, 62 ().
Custumals of the Manors of Laughton, Willingdon and Goring, by A. E. Wilson Volume 60 (); no longer in print Chartulary of Boxgrove Priory, 12thth centuries by Lindsay Fleming. A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 5 Part 1, Arundel Rape: South-Western Part, Including Arundel. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, The Goring papers include correspondence (), of George Goring, 1st Earl of Norwich, mainly concerning his attempts to raise money to pay debts, including the sale of Danny. Amongst the Courthope papers, is the correspondence () of John Ray, the naturalist, with Peter Courthope his friend and patron. Wilson, A.E. (transl. & ed.), Custumals of the manors of Laughton, Willingdon and Goring. Lewes: Sussex Record Society, n.d. (Publ. as SRS vol. 60 (for ).) Familiar SRS brown boards with gilt to spine. Not uncommonly with older SRS vols the recto of the front fep and verso of the back fep are reflecting the paste of.
Custumals of the Manors of Laughton, Willingdon & Goring, SRS Vol p45 Goring 10 January , William le MODEL holds of the lord 5a 1r by scutage and by service of 14¼d, namely on St Thomas’ Day 7d, and at Midsummer 7¼d. Custumals of the Manors of Laughton, Willingdon and Goring by A. E. Wilson Custumals of the Manors of Laughton, Willingdon and Goring by A. E. Wilson (pp. ) Review by: Edward Miller. Full text of "Sussex manors, advowsons, etc., recorded in the Feet of fines, Henry VIII. to William IV.(); alphabetically arranged and ed. by Edwin H.W. Dunkin" See other formats. Founded for the Publication of Records and Documents Relating to the County. Volume Lx. Custumals of the Manors of Laughton, Willingdon and Goring Animals of the Bible Leading Strings The Royal Corps of Transport Annual Book On Keels and Wheels.