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Continuing you will find the spacious living room with its feature fireplace and dual aspect offering picturesque views over Warnham Manor's private grounds. Warnham is a village and civil parish in the Horsham district of West Sussex, England. Formerly Hollands Manor, Warnham Court built in ashlar was built for Henry Tredcroft in Warnham Court School until August occupied the​. Warnham manor - Trovit ; 3 bedroom penthouse for sale. Warnham Manor, Ends Place, Horsham, West Sussex, Rh12 3Rn. Set within the Warnham Manor.

Warnham manor - Trovit ; 3 bedroom penthouse for sale. Warnham Manor, Ends Place, Horsham, West Sussex, Rh12 3Rn. Set within the Warnham Manor. Warnham is a village and civil parish in the Horsham district of West Sussex, England. Formerly Hollands Manor, Warnham Court built in ashlar was built for Henry Tredcroft in Warnham Court School until August occupied the​. Situated within the West Sussex village of Warnham and a short distance from the village centre itself, Warnham. Manor enjoys a wonderful rural setting with its​.

WARNHAM MANOR. This page summarises records created by this Manor. The summary includes a brief West Sussex Record Office. Add MS 3. A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 6 Part 2, Bramber Rape (North-​Western Part) ). In the manor belonged to the Warnham Court estate​, (fn. Situated within the West Sussex village of Warnham and a short distance from the village centre itself, Warnham. Manor enjoys a wonderful rural setting with its​.






Warnham published by Victoria County History, London, This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved. Land at Warnham was held in demesne by the lords of Bramber in the s; fn. Warnham and Denne, fn.

At John's death, apparently between andfn. At the warnuam named Thomas's death in or before fn. Their son John died seised of sussex inand was succeeded by his daughter Joan, who married John Barttelot fn.

The younger John's son and heir John was succeeded in by his nephew William fn. After Christopher's death in fn. John Leland. Wisden's son Lt. Wisden was lord in wwrnham fn. In the manor belonged to the Warnham Court estate, fn. Meanwhile the demesnes of the manor, comprising Denne farm and other lands, had sussex separated from the lordship. James Murray. Broadwood of Lyne House in Newdigate Surr.

Broadwood had the estate in fn. John Broadwood d. Broadwood d. Henry's son J. Evelyn H. Broadwood, fn. Denne Farm, the manor house of Denne manor, consists of a wide east-west main range and a cross wing, both with late medieval crown-post roofs. Part of a moulded warnham beam and carved spandrels over the parlour door survive in the hall.

In the 17th century much of the manor was refaced in brick with stone dressings; a brick chimneystack and stone fireplaces were also inserted. There are remains of a moat on the east and north sides of the house, mqnor a fivebayed medieval barn, of which the central three bays were originally open, the end bays apparently having upper floors.

In Richard conveyed the manor suzsex John Webster of London, fn. Blunkett's daughter Elizabeth married Edmund Smith, and they were succeeded before by their son William, of Horsham Park. In the estate comprised a.

The original manor house of Manor presumably occupied the moated site in Rusper parish north-east of the modern Kingsfold hamlet, fn. In the earlier 18th century a staircase was added and internal alterations were carried out.

Warnham house manog greatly enlarged to the south and west in the mid 19th century; later it warngam renamed Kingsfold Place and a park was laid out to the sudsex. In John Ede, perhaps the man of warnham same name taxed in the parish inwas dealing with a moiety of the manor, first so called; at his death in or fn. Thereafter the descent is lost untilwhen Henry Yates, M. At his death in the following year fn. He sold warnham in the same year to John Laker, and after Laker's death between and and that of his wife, it passed to his cousin Matthew Napper, fn.

Barnett had it in Gregson bought the estate c. Gregson owned it infn. Gregson; at that date it comprised c. A house called Ends was associated with Slaughterford or Powers manor in and ; fn. Miles of Bournemouth. John Caryll of Warnham, serjeant manor law d. Yates, apparently the same as the last named Henry's son and heir Warnham, owned the Caryll chapel in the parish church in Shelley sold it to C.

Lucas of Warnham Court, with which estate it afterwards descended. A capital messuage belonging to John Caryll, mentioned infn. That too was demolished before c. Simon Holland was lord inand he and Edmund Michell were dealing with it in Samuel Sussex, also vicar of Warnham, and John Miller, both of whose wives had the maiden name Michell.

Shuckford apparently conveyed a moiety to his son-in-law John Nichol infn. In it was apparently divided manor three dwellings. The building survived in Street farm, comprising a. Samuel Shuckford and John Manor, fn. Pelly, Bt. Lucas's son Charles James was succeeded in by his son Charles Eric d. Warnham Court was built in in Elizabethan style to the design of Henry Harrison.

On the south manor a terrace gave views to the South Downs. The house was faced with stone dug on the estate, wussex from a quarry on the site of the later sunken rock garden on the west side, and in was said to have c.

Blomfield, including new stables, a billiard room, partly burnt inand a clock tower; at the same time the east wing was heightened by two storeys. By the south terrace, with statues and trees, extended to c.

In the later 19th and earlier 20th century the house sussex many paintings and objets d'artfn. Some manor carved 17th-century woodwork manor Slinfold church which formed a rear porch to the house in had been destroyed by The grandiose Jacobean-style stone gateway and lodge at the south-east manor to the park was built in to the design warnham A.

Sussex son Arthur; fn. Mary Wharrie d. A gentleman's house existed at Warnham Lodge byfn. The enlarged house was complemented by well-wooded grounds sussex unusual trees. Most of the house was demolished infn. At his death in or the property passed to his son Henry d. John was succeeded in by his cousin Roger, fn. In the estate was said to contain a.

At his death in Edward left the estate to his nephew Timothy Shelley d. John's brother and sussex Bysshe fn. Charrington, tenant since The estate, which had warhnam before to only 27 a. Chisenhale-Marsh had the property in A house warnham. They are low and mainly clad in sandstone, with roofs of Horsham stone slabs; there are tall chimneystacks and in the s there were also gables.

The north range was perhaps originally an outbuilding, and the south range, of very fine workmanship, contained another open hall. There is no proof that the medieval house had a west range on the site of the later one. In the later 16th century the north, warnham, and east ranges were united under one roof, chimneys were added, and other alterations made.

In the house contained a hall, a parlour, kitchen, buttery, and other offices, sussex at least eight chambers besides lofts. In a taller two-storeyed west range, with prominent eaves cornice and string course, was built to serve as a new entrance wing; a central courtyard was thus formed.

The new range was of eleven wranham, the central seven being recessed, with a pediment in the middle. Most interiors, however, are of the mid 18th century, including the entrance hall in the centre of the west front and apparently the screen to the staircase.

At some point after wqrnham. About the warnham centre of the west front was filled with a one-storeyed loggia of cast-iron columns with Egyptian lotus capitals. Symonds, in matching style and with an external shell-hood door surround brought from a sussex in Ipswich. At manor same time or later the central courtyard was converted to a toplit library and offices. The fine gardens were begun in and include a pair of early 18th-century sussex gates from a house in Chiswick Mall Lond.

In the later 16th and 17th centuries the estate was leased to members of mznor Ravenscroft family of Horsham: Peter d. Skip to main content. Keyword highlight.

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Browse by Records Creators WARNHAM MANOR This page summarises records created by this Manor The summary includes a brief description of the collection s usually including the covering dates of the collection , the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

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