The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
Andrew Sackville
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16th century
Born
Buckhurst Terrier
 
1596
At Buckhurst House [als Stoneland Lodge]; Occupation Keeper of the Little Park of Buckhurst
Buckhurst Terrier
 
1596
Leasehold (at will)
At Cockshutt, Broome feild, Riefeild, Ryeland garden, Long Iland, Pitch brook, Bullfinch Mead and Homan Wood
Buckhurst Terrier
 
Andrew Sackville, gentleman, keeper of the little park of Buckhurst, als Stoneland park, holds at will lands called Cockshutt, 4 feilds, also Broome feild with a barne, Riefeild, Ryeland garden, Long Iland, Pitch brook, Bullfinch Mead and Homan Wood. In all 73 acres: viz., meadow 26 acres, pasture 11 acres, arable 35 acres
Rent £19

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Sackville, Sackville-West family records

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