Leppard, M. J. and Whittick, C. (2018). The Nelond family, Lewes Priory and East Grinstead. Sussex Archaeological Collections 156. Vol 156, pp. 137-145. https://doi.org/10.5284/1086844. Cite this via datacite

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The Nelond family, Lewes Priory and East Grinstead
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Sussex Archaeological Collections 156
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Sussex Archaeological Collections
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156
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137 - 145
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1086844
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The magnificent brass of Thomas Nelond, prior of Lewes 1414–32, in Cowfold church in Sussex is widely known (Fig. 1). This article places him in the context of his family, first encountered in 1296 at a typical Wealden farm in East Grinstead in the north of the county but rising to considerable wealth and local status through some 150 years. His work as prior is not treated, apart from one recent discovery of evidence of it in that parish. The article also cites some earlier dates for the name than given by the English Place-Name Society, interprets the road passing the eponymous farmstead as an ancient droveway from Hamsey to the Surrey border that became the highway from Lewes to East Grinstead and London, and advances an explanation of the presence of the brass at Cowfold.
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M J Leppard
Christopher Whittick
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2018
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Place: East Grinstead
District: Mid Sussex
County: West Sussex
Country: England
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POST MEDIEVAL (ENG)
MEDIEVAL (ENG)
Church (Monument Type England)
Priory (Monument Type England)
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27 Jun 2019