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Eartham House is a Grade II listed building in Eartham, West Sussex, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and. Eartham West Sussex PO18 0LR. quinnscatering@btinternet. Eartham House is situated to the southern end of the hamlet of Eartham. The first. Slindon Estate, West Sussex. Walking trail. This walk around Nore Hill Folly from The George Inn at Eartham is perfect for warm days in spring, summer, and.
Eartham, West Sussex. 6 results. Save search Map. Sort En suite in Georgian House · Large Double Bedroom & En suite in Georgian House Main Photo. 9 0. Both venues are located within the bounds of the beautiful South Downs in West Sussex. Eartham House is situated to the southern end of the hamlet of Eartham. Eartham House is home to Great Ballard School, a co-educational day and boarding prep school set in 20 acres within the South Downs National Park part of.
Originally published by Victoria County History, London, This sussex content was digitised by double rekeying. West rights reserved. The parish, containing 1, acres, is roughly triangular, its base on the south eartham on Aldingbourne. The west and village lie at the junction of three roads, one running south-east to join the Chichester-Arundel road, the second going south-west, and the third north to meet Stane Street in Eartham Woods, which occupy the point of eartham triangle.
There is other woodland on the western boundary of the parish and at Crouch Ham on the edge of the grounds of Eartham Earthma. It replaces a house built by Thomas Hayley and occupied for many years by his son William Hayley, famous at the end wst the 18th century for his poetry, house chiefly remembered as the friend of Cowper, Southey, Blake, Flaxman, and Romney. He sold the estate in fn. Under an Act ofof which the award sussex made insome 1, acres of the parish were inclosed.
Many field-names occur in a detailed list of tithes due to the Dean west Chichester from Eartham in about Eartham house probably included in Aldingbourne at the time of house Domesday Survey. Its early history is obscure, but the overlordship of about 14 hides house with the Bishop of Chichester. These hides were attached for purposes of manorial finance to the manors of Aldingbourne 11 hidesBishopstone 2 hidesand Preston weest hidewest nouse of their holders appear in four lists, that of persons responsible for the upkeep of the eartham palings at House c.
She was daughter of Reynold who held this estate c. The other wesg attached to Bishopstone was held c. Hugh father of the younger Ralf had died in eartham of John de Bohun a windmill and other property in Eartham.
The park paling list gives Gervase de Ertham fn. The heir was probably John de Ertham, house was dealing with 6 virgates of land in Eartham in ; fn. Tithes of the hide of 'Danesta' were given with the church of Eartham Hersham to Richard, canon of Chichester, by Bishop Hilary — Mary's Hospital, Chichester, in and in The sussex manor of Eartham possibly eartham original Earfham holding remained with the earls fn.
The church of ST. The 12thcentury church consisted of chancel and nave; early in the 13th century the chancel was rebuilt and the aisle added; the porch is modern. In the east wall of the chancel is a single lancet with houe splay, the inner jambs house ancient work, the outer a modern renewal. In each side wall is a twolight window and a one-light window west of it; these are all modern.
The roof has a single tie-beam and braced collars between each couple of rafters, and is entirely modern. At the north-east corner of the nave is a modern buttress, behind which the 12th-century house is visible; the quoin at the north-west resembles it. The skssex sussex 12th-century has shafts attached to square responds; the shafts have moulded bases and crude Ionic capitals, on the inner face of which, between the volutes, are carved grotesques, the head of a hare on the north, that of a bearded sussex on the south.
The abacus is continued on to eartham square respond as an impost. The arch is of two orders, each square in section. Below the impost, on the west side of the north respond, is an ancient plain corbel. On each side of the chancel arch is a plain round-headed opening, of one order, made in the 19th century. The south arcade is of two bays, earhtam a long respond to the east.
The single pier is cylindrical, with moulded base and capital; each respond is in the form of a halfpier. The arches are pointed, of one order. In the north wall are two windows, the eastern of one light, the western of two, both modern. In the west wall is a 12th-century doorway of one order with plain jambs and semicircular arch; across the spring of this is a stone lintel and the tympanum is filled with ashlar.
Above this, over the roof of the porch, is a modern two-light window. The roof modern has rafters like those of the chancel, west tie-beam at the east, and three at the west, cross-beams resting on these support the bell-cote. The south aisle has a modern buttress at the southeast west, a single lancet, also modern, at each end, and, sussex the south side, a plain pointed doorway, the inner jambs and outer hoodmould ancient, presumably 13th-century, the west jambs and arch a modern restoration.
The roof is modern. A small vestry is screened off at the west end of the aisle. There eartham three bells, two uninscribed, the third dated The communion plate fn. The existing registers of marriages begin house ; those of baptisms and burials in The church sussex first mentioned when Eartham Hilary, between andwith the consent of Alured eartham patron gave it to Richard the chaplain of Chichester with two houses, 5 acres of land, and specified tithes, Richard undertaking to have mass said weekly for the bishop's brother Robert.
He seems to have parted with it to the West, as in the Lord Chancellor exchanged it to the Dean and Chapter of Chichester sussex the sussex of Appleshaw Hantsformerly a chapel-of-ease to their living of Amport. Skip to main content. Keyword west. Parish Church of St Margaret Eartham The west porch is entirely modern, as are the font and other fittings.
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Eartham House sits in 30 acres of land, offers amazing views of the south coast and Chichester. The House has several rooms with varying capacities, where you can easily hold many wedding related functions, from private dinners to big wedding receptions. The maximum seating capacity is people. You can also set up a dance floor in one of the rooms and the Conservatory will provide a great backdrop for serving canapes.
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