Birmingham University Information Services, Special Collections Department: W.H. Dawson Papers:




File - Typed letter, signed from G. M. Chittenden, publicity agent of South African High Commissioner, about articles in ”Contemporary Review”. - ref. WHD 903 - date: 3 Mar 1926.



Canterbury Cathedral Archives: Title Deeds of the Deedes Family - Title Deeds and Other Bundle B: Belgar Manor




Bundle B2: Bilsington:- File - Bond John Hart of Smethe to Thos Reder of the same & Abraham Chittenden of Horton in 100 pounds to convey land in Bilsington &c - ref. U101/11.B2/8 - date: 1631.




File - Bond Abraham Chittenden of Horton to Thos Reader of Smeeth ref. U101/11/B2/9 - date: 1633.



Centre of Kentish Studies - Kent Quarter Sessions {Q/SR - Q/SZ}




File - Sessions Roll - ref. Q/SR/2 - date 1601.   Item: Session at Canterbury, 21st July, 1601 - ref. Q/SR/2/m.9 - date: 1601 (from Scope and Content) Writ of venire facias……. To the sheriff John Smythe, esq…… returned…….defaulters’ fines assessed at 13s. 4d.   Certain of the jurors, that is (missing) Croft, gentleman, Richard Best, Robert Stretfeild, Richard Peckett, Thomas Tunbridge, Thomas Halliwell, William Gyllett, William Bogherst, Richard Stanford, John Maynard, Richard Stretfeild, Walter Kyppynge, William Denn, William Austin, John Furner, Symon Chittenden and John Langley, present.




File - Sessions Roll - ref.  Q/SR/3 - date 1602 - 03.   Item: Session at Canterbury, 12 Jan 1601/2 - ref. Q/SR/3/m.2d - date: 1601/2 (from Scope and Content) 4. Henry Page of Egerton, Sureties, Simon Chittenden of Smarden, yeoman, and Robert Spyce of Egerton, yeoman.   (from Scope and Content) 5 Robert Butcher of Smarden, tailor.  Sureties, Simon Chittenden of the same, yeoman, and James Henman of Pluckley, yeoman.




File - Sessions Roll - ref. QM/SR/5 - date: 1604 - 05.  Item:  Session at Maidstone, 25 Sep 1604 - ref. Q/SR/5/m.2 - date: 1604 (from Scope and Content) 25 The same against Edward Chittenden, late constable of the hundred of Aylesford and Rugmorhill for non payment of (blank) to Arthur Frauncys, gent, receiver, for one quarter of a year to the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist.



{QM/SRc/1606 - QM/SRc/1618} West Kent Quarter Sessions Records. Recognizance




File - Edward Clarke of Horton, yeoman, in 20 pounds, to appear and to be of good behaviour; surities, John Waddell and Robert Chittenden of the same, yeomen - ref. QM/SRc/1607/36 - date: 5 May 1607.


File - John Pope of Hawkhurst, yeoman, in 20 pounds, to appear, answer and to be of good behaviour; surities, Mathew Reede and William Chittenden of the same, clothiers. - ref. QM/SRc/1610/5 - date: 5 Jan 1609/10.


File - Thomas French of Smarden, yeoman, in 10 pounds, to keep the articles in his licence; surities, Samuel Owen of the same, carpenter and Daniel Chittenden of Headcorn, clothier - ref. QM/SRc/1612/23 - date: 6 Feb 1611/12


File - Anthony Pigott and John Tucker, clothiers, and John Shaw, wiredrawer, all of Biddenden and John Chittenden of Horsmonden, broadweaver, in 10 pounds each, to appear to prosecute and give evidence against Josias Beale - ref.  QM/SRc/1618/17 - date: 5 Mar 1617/18.



{Q/SB/8 - Q/SB/32} Court in Session - Sessions Papers:




File - Sessions Papers - ref.  Q/SB/8 - date: 1661 - 1663.   Item: Draft Indictments (Latin) - ref. Q/SB/8/85 - date: 1662.  (from Scope and Contents) Draft Indictments [Latin]: Richard Chittenden of Wormshill for allowing his hedges to overhang the road at Frinsted, leading from Ringlestone to Doddington 10 Sep 1662 g).


File - Sessions Papers - ref. Q/SB/9 - date: 1658, 1663 - 1664.   Item: Depositions - ref. Q/SB/0/23 - date: 27 May 1664 (from Scope and Content) a) Robert Chittenden of Charing, that with Thomas Headcocke, Robert Impin, and one John, all of Westwell, that they caught and carried away several fish from a certain river b) Thomas Headcocke, as above.  That the fish were taken from the Earl of Thanet’s water c) Robert Impin, as above d) William Lynck and Henry Ward of Hothfield, informants.   Item: Recognizances - ref. Q/SB/9/76 - date: n.d. (from Scope and Content) In 40 pounds for Thomas Jenkin of Stowting, and in 40 pounds for John Chittenden of Great Chart. (in note form: Latin).


File - Sessions Papers - ref. Q/SB/22 - date: 1690-92.   Item: Depositions - ref. Q/SB/22/125 - date: 1691 (from Scope and Content) (b) Of Elizabeth, wife of Mathew Chittenden of Goudhurst, carpenter, lost at the latter end of April from her husband’s house a new linen dressing and an old handkerchief.  Katherine Morris has confessed to the theft.   The handkerchief was found in Elizabeth Craddock’s house 3 Jun 1691



[QM/SRc/1606 - QM/SRc/1618] West Kent Quarter Sessions Records.  Recognizances.




File - Edward Clarke of Horton, yeoman, in 20 pounds, to appear and to be of good behaviour: sureties, John Waddell and Robert Chittenden of the same, yeomen - ref. QM/SRc/1607/36 - date: 5 May 1607.


File - John Pope of Hawkhurst, yeoman, in 20 pounds, to appear, answer and to be of good behaviour; sureties, Mathew Reede and William Chittenden of the same, clothiers. - ref. QM/SRc/1610/5 - date: 5 Jan 1609/10.


File - Thomas French of Smarden, yeoman, in 10 pounds, to keep the articles in his license; sureties, Samuel Owen of the same, carpenter and Daniel Chittenden of Headcorn, clothier, - ref. QM/SRc/1612/23 - date: 6 Feb 1611/12/


File - Anthony Pigott and John Tucker, clothiers, and John Shaw, wiredrawer, all of Biddenden and John Chittenden of Horsmonden, broadweaver, in 10 pounds each, to appear to prosecute and give evidence against Josias Beale - ref. QM/SRc/1618/17 - date: 5 Mar 1617/18.



[QM/SI - QM/Slq] West Kent Quarter Sessions Records  Indictments.




File - File for Easter Sessions 1609 - ref. QM/SI/1609/5 - date: April 1609.   Item:  since Zachary Scott, Samuel Boys and Edward Henden, esquires, three justices  of the peace, at Biddenden on 29 [omitted ? Feb.) 1608/9, issued a warrant ordering the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of Yalding to receive George Lamperne and Parnel, his wife, who were vagrants and beggars in the hundred of Marden, “to be settled” in Yalding, as George Lamperne had been born there and on 8 Apr 1609, at Yalding, was delivered to Richard Ittenbury, and Nicholas Knight, both of Yalding, Yeomen, churchwardens of Yalding and to Edward Chittenden and Richard Greensted, both of Yalding, yeomen, the aforesaid warrant, yet they refused to receive George and Parnell.   (Fines 12d. each, 17 Apr 1610.   Attachment against the churchwardens of Yalding) - ref. QM/SI/1609/5/6 - date: 8 Apr 1609.


File - File of indictments, ? Easter 1614 [all ignoramus] - ref. QM/SI/1614/17  date: ? May 1614.  Item: Stephen Weller of Cranbrook, broadweaver, stole four quarters of wool of “damesine Colour” worth 40s. belonging to William Chittenden at Hawkhurst. (Ignoramus) - ref. QM/SI/1614/17/3 - date: 24 Oct 1613.


File - (Information)  {? John Taylor} against Robert Chittenden of Hawkhurst, woollen weaver, for receiving John Potten as an apprentice, Hawkhurst not being a town corporate or market (mutilated) - ref. QM/SRm/13 - date: 29 Jul 1595


File - Clerk of the Peace Office.  Court of Insolvent Debtors - Acct Books, Promisory note, Abstract of probate of will of James Chittenden - ref.Q/CI/42 - date: 1824-29, 1827, 1812. Name: Thomas Chittenden



{QM/SRc/1588 - QM/SRc/1605} West Kent Quarter Sessions Records. Recognizances.




File - Edward Austin of [High] Halden, tailor, in 20 pounds, to appear and to be of good behaviour to Alice, wife of Geoffrey Clarke of the same, tailor: sureties, Simon Chittenden of Smarden, yeoman and Thomas Bygges of Ulcombe, tanner - ref. QM/SRc/1598/25 - date: 18 May 1598.


File - Robert Watson of Hawkhurst, clerk, in 20 pounds, to appear, answer and to keep the peace towards William Gibbons of the same, yeoman: sureties, John Woodgate and William Chittenden of the same, clothiers. - ref.  QM/SRc/1601/60 - date: 7 Dec 1601.



[QM/RLv - QM/Z] West Kent Quarter Session Records. Victuallers Recognizances. Group of original recognizance taken before William Sedley, Justinian Champneis and Edmund Cook:




File - Walter Butcher of Smarden, tailor; sureties, Simon Chittenden of the same, yeoman and James Henman of Pluckley, yeoman - ref. QM/RLv/112 - date: 3 Jan 1601/2.


File - Henry Page of Egerton, labourer; sureties, Simon Chittenden of Smarden and Robert Spice of Egerton, yeomen - ref. QM/RLv/113 - date: 4 Jan 1601/2.



[QM/Jc - QM/Sro] West Kent Quarter Sessions Records. Session Papers.




File - Information of William Chittenden, sen, of Hawkhurst, clothier, against Stephen Weller of Cranbrook, broadweaver, for stealing ‘damasine coloured wooll’, and examination of Weller - ref.  QM/SB/1098 - date:  26 Oct 1613.



Centre for Kentish Studies: Dering Manuscripts Part 2. Estate Papers. Bonds, letters of attorney, etc:




File - Bond - ref. U1.107/E21 - date: 1639 (from Scope and Content) Richard Chittenden of Pluckley, yeoman, to Sir Edward Dering regarding land in Bethersden.



Mann [Cornwallis] Manuscripts. Title Deeds. Sissinghurst Estate.  Cranbrook:




File - Single deeds for messuages and lands upon the following dens:- Omynden, Begynden, Brenden, Tylthe, Hartley, Fystinden, Hall, Carkaredge, Haseldens Wood, Chittenden, Crendley, Swattenden, Batynden and Lofield mainly purchased by Baker family - ref. U24/T288 - date: 1486 - 1631.


File - Woodland called Luckas Plot on den of Chittenden Baker family - ref. U24/T293 - date: 1558-1563. Chittenden Farm   Chittenden Farm is located south of the village of Staplehurst within the parish of Staplehurst.   Chittenden Farm was from 1715 until 1760.   The rate assessment was based on rental valuation which was shown as between 25 pounds and 31 pounds for this period.   The land tax for 1756 and 1759 show that the Hoare family,  who were bankers in London, owned the property and that Thomas leased the farm.   From the tithe records of 1840, Chittenden Farm evaluated as 114 acres and we can assume it was approximately the same size when Thomas Chittenden leased the farm.   When Thomas gave up the lease it was taken over by Thomas Simmons who fanamed after th 18th Century tenant, Thomas Chittenden.   It had previously been known as Bennetts.   Thomas is shown paying Poor Rates rmed several large farms in the same area. Jake Chapman, the minister from the non conformist church included a note in his records stating that ‘Tom Chittenden fell into the pond 17th May 1787.   He was providentially seen by Mr. Kemp who was in Mrs. Austin’s garden’.   Jake also records ‘Thomas Chittenden died in Sept 1790’.   However, there is no equivalent entry in the parish register so where he was buried is uncertain.   Jake also tells us that Thomas ‘bought the half of Mr Honis House the money paid on 20th Nov 1789’.   He goes on further in a form of shorthand.   Despite the fact that we have tracked the Chittenden family of Staplehurst from the time the records began in 1539, the Thomas Chittenden of Chittenden Farm has not been identified.   Knowing that he is also not buried in Staplehurst, leads us to believe that he cam to Staplehurst from one of the neighbouring villages.   We know that the Chittenden families tracked in Staplehurst are craftsmen: blacksmiths and carpenters.   To lease a property the size of Chittenden Farm which would have required hired farm labourers to run, would require a greater financial commitment that the resident family is likely to have been able to achieve.



City of Westminster Archive Centre: Catalogue of the Archives of the Parish of St. Anne, Soho. Ecclesiastical Records - Churchwardens’ Accounts:




File - The Account of Mr Thomas Sheldon Chittenden - ref. A2185 - date: May 1821 - Apr 1822.



East Kent Archives Centre. Liberty of Romney Marsh: Court of Quarter Sessions. Court in Session. Session Rolls or Files:




File - Sessions Roll - ref.  RM/JQ/r/23 - date: 1834 - 35.   Item:  Justices’ Licence to George Chittenden, surveyor of the highways of Burmarsh, to accept money composition in lieu of 3 days statute duty -  Ref. Rm/JQ/r/23/56 - date 4 Dec 1834.


File - Sessions Roll - ref.  Rm/JQ/r/24 - date: 1835 - 36.   Item:  Depositions by Henry Kennett, George and James Chittenden concerning the killing and attempted theft of James Chittenden’s duck, - ref. Rm/JQ/r/24/7 - date: 7 Jul 1836.   Item:  Conviction of Joseph Punnett, labourer, for stealing a tame duck from James Chittenden.  List of witnesses - ref. Rm/JQ/r/24/8 - date: 7 Jul 1836.   Item:  Recognizance for James Chittenden for his attendance at sessions to give evidence against Joseph Punnett for felony. - ref. Rm/JQ/r/24/11 -  date: ? 7 Jul 1836.   Item:  Recognizance for George Chittenden and Henry Kennett for their attendance at sessions to give evidence against Joseph Punnett for felony - ref. Rm/JQ/r/24/12 - date: 7 Jul 1836.   Item:  Information of James Chittenden grazier of Romney Marsh, concerning the theft of his duck. - ref. Rm/JQ/r/24/13 - date: 6 Jul 1836.



Cobb of Margate family and business concerns {EK-U1453/B1 - EK-U1453/B2} Business Papers:




File - [Margate Brewery correspondence]   J. S. Chittenden, Ramsgate - ref. 120. Date: 1827-1841.


"Fragments of History Pertaining to the Vill, or Wille, or Liberty of Ramsgate" collected and edited by Christr: Thomas Richardson, printed 1885:  Councillors: East Cliff Ward.   Name - Chittenden John F.  M.D.  Residence:  1 Grosvenor Villas, Grange Road.   Period of Office - 1887.



East Sussex Record Office: Archives of the Frewen Family of Brickwall in Northiam [FRE/1 - FRE/1126]




File - Family papers and memoranda collected by Thomas Frewen in the course of his genealogical research - ref. FRE/835 - date [1673]-1832  Includes a copy (from the original in  possession of Philadelphia Frewen of Northiam, of James 11’s commission to Sir Edward Frewen appointing him Major of the 1st Regiment of the Cinque Ports and Captain of Trained Band Soldiers at Tenterden, Kent, notes on Richard Frewen, Commissioner of the Customs, and on Benjamin Simpkin, father of Esther Simpkins, (John Frewen Turner’s mother), extracts from various title deeds relating to the Scitt family of Conghurst, Kent, copy certificate that the Rev. Thomas Frewen of Northiam had received communion according to the rites of the Church of England in Jun 1673, memoranda of the families of Springett, Chittenden and Harvey of Northiam, copy obituaries of Thomas (11) Frewen taken from The London Evening Post and Gentleman’s Magazine, 1738, plan of projected additions to Brickwall House.



The Danny Archives. Estate Archives. Title Deeds: Kent. Hawkhurst: Hartnop:-




File - Deeds of the following premises. - ref. DAN/1537-1549 [n.d.] [from Scope & Content] III Messuage called Hartenope with buildings, 2 gardens, I piece of water-land adjoining the gardens called the Stewe, 1 lane leading from the messuage to hook, 7 pieces of land (24a.) called Cheasemans garden, Smythes Towne, Hawle Croft, Kytchen Crofte, Barne Croft, Pale field, and Barnsses Crofte all in Hawkhurst and in the dens of Harteope and Basden, i.e. the messuage, 2 gardens lane and first 5 pieces of land are in the den of Hartenop abutting to a lane leading to the old fulling mill on the E., to the lands of Richard Wells and of Alexander Dence on the N., to the lands of Richard Atkyne N., and W., to the common river to the S., and the other 2 pieces of land are in the den of Baseden, i.e. to a certain pond N., to the lands of Andrew Pyper E., to a certain lane there leading to Pypsden S., and to lands of Robert Danyell and Thomas Gyrdler to the S. and W., all in occ. Of Thomas Chittenden and Thomas Atkyne.



Frewen Family of Brickwall in Northiam [FRE/6895 - FRE/8197]. Estate. Title Deeds Sussex and Kent. Additions to the estate: properties purchased by Thomas (1V) Frewen - messuage and tanyard called Morley, Northiam:




File - Copy will of Elizabeth Cooper of Lewes, widow (sister of Robert Chester of Lewes, brewer, deceased), 1 Apr 1796 - ref. FRE/7144 - date: nd [wmk 1810]   {from Scope and Content} Bequesths Wellhouse Farm in Northiam, messuage called Brabans in Ewhurst and other premises in Ewhurst to son Robert Chester Cooper; messuage called Cold Hodges or Frosts in Warbleton to granddaughter Sally Cooper); land late Chittenden’s at Swale’s Green in Sedlescombe and Whatlington to son William Cooper.



Davies-Gilbert of Eastbourne, East Sussex and Trelissick, Cornwall.  Title Deeds:




File - Stream House in Eastbourne, leased and then purchased by Thomas Gilbert from James Moore - ref. GIL/1/3 - date: 1679.   (from Scope and Content) In 1804 a freehold messuage and 5a land called Stream House, late Penny, before Osborne, Grisbrook, Chittenden and Crunden, held of the manor of St John Ocklynge,was enfranchised to Charles Gilbert (see GIL/1/31).   That transaction however seems likely to relate to the freehold messuage and 5a purchased by Nicholas Gilbert IV from Bartholomew Penny in 1781 (see GIL/1/11).



East Sussex Record Office:  Archives of the Webster family of Battle Abbey [BAT/1 - BAT/1438].   Title Deeds - Ewhurst  Estate - Court Lodge Farm and properties in Ewhurst and Bodiam:




File - Copy Bargain and Sale dated 23 Jul 1723 - ref. BAT/979 - date: c 1816.   (from Scope and Content) Manor of Ewhurst als Ewherst and advowson of the Church of Ewhurst; capital messuage or manor house called the Court Lodge in Ewhurst with all barns, gardens etc, demesne lands, farms and lands called Court Lodge Farm (420a.) in Ewhurst; messuage, barn, buildings and pieces of land called Hall (40a.) in Ewhurst; messuage, barn, buildings and pieces of land in Ewhurst purchased of John Muddle, gent,; castle and manor of Bodiam and pieces of land called Castle Land, the Barn Field, the seven Acres, the Castle Marshes and the East Land Marshes (180a.) in Bodiam; messuage called Praules and land (170a.) in Ewhurst and Bodiam; pieces of marsh land called the Bushy Marsh, the Four Acres, the Six Acres, and Chittenden Marsh (28a.) in Bodiam, piece of marsh (3a.) in Bodiam, and all other lands of (a) in Ewhurst, Bodiam, Salchurst, Battle, Catsfield, Ashburnham, Northiam, Gelscombe (sic ?Sedlescombe), Guestling, Pett, Whatlington, Brede, Playden, Beckley, Westfield, Penhurst, Mountfield, Etchingham, Ticehurst, Icklesham, Newenden and Hawkhurst.



Hampshire Record Office: Carnavon of Highclere papers [75M91/A1 - 75M91K1].   Third Earl of  Carnarvon (1800 - 1849)  Family correspondence.   Letters from his children:




File - Letters concerning Lady Grace Herbert, who lived for only a few hours - ref.  75M91/E18/3-4  date: Dec 1848.   (from Scope and Content) Invoice of Chittenden & Arnold (undertaker) for coffin, with covering letter from John Sayer, parish clerk of Dulverton.    General correspondence:


File - Letters from J. R. Gowen (Secretary and confidant to 1st,2nd and 3rd Earls). ref. 75M91/E26 - date: 1826-48.   Item:  letter - ref. 75M91/E26/97 - date: 15 Nov 1847. (from Scope and Content) Business matters of one, Chittenden, who is in debt.



House of Lords Record Office: [HL/PO/PB/1/1861/24&25V1n17 - HL/PO/PB/1/1865/28&29V1n504]  Records of Parliament Office, House of Lords. Private Bill OfficeOriginal/Private Act 27 & 28 Victoria 1.




File - Private Act. (not Printed), 27 & 28 Victoria 1, c. 15 - ref.HL/PO/PB/1/1864/27&28Vin361 - date: 1864  [from Scope and  Content] An Act to enable John Chittenden, Clerk , to exercise his Office of a Priest, and to hold any Benefice or Preferment in the United Church of England and Ireland.



London Metropolitan Archives: Holy Trinity, Brompton Road: Brompton Road, Kensington and Chelsea:




File - [Benefice  Sequestration]  Appointment of T. Hillier Chittenden and Frederick Barr, churchwardens, as sequestrators - ref. P84/tri2/50 - date: 30 Sept 1899.



Natural History Museum: Joseph Banks Research Project [UYSL - BMNH.BL DTC 5.207]




File - to Banks from Edmund Chittenden - ref. Hill Coll. 2.28 - date: 14/11/1788.



Oxford University,   Bodleian Library,  Special Collection and Western Manuscripts: Catalogue of   the papers and correspondence of Cyril Dean Darlington, FRS (1903 - 1981)  John Innes Horticultural Institution: (from 1960:  John Innes Institution)




File - Darlington’s Career at John Innes - ref. CSAC106.3.85/B.3 - date:  1927.  [from Scope and Content]  Miscellaneous correspondence.  Includes letter from E. S. Salmon re possible postat Wye (photocopy), and letter byDarlington on affairs of John Innes, to R. J. Chittenden, an early colleague.  Included here is a letter, 1942,from Chittenden’s mother, when her son was missing after the fall of  Singapore.



Royal Geographical Society: The Everest Expedition Collection [The 1920’s Expeditions: EE/13/5 - EE/43]  Mount Everest Committee: The 1920’s: Expeditions - - 1921, 1922 & 1924:




File - (no title) - ref. EE/16/2 - date: 1922-23.  Item: (no title) - ref. EE/16/2/4 [n.d.] (from Scope and  Content)  Typed letter from F. J. Chittenden, Director of Royal Horticultural Society, to Council, RGS of 4  Jan, 1922, offering a contribution to Expedition funds and making suggestions about seeds and plants for collection. 3 pps.



Royal Institution of Great Britian: The Papers of Sir Lawrence Bragg 1890 - 1971 [W.L. Bragg/77A/1 -  W.l. Bragg/77K/154]




File - Research Correspondemce - ref. W.L. Bragg/77K - date: 1937.   Item: Royal Horticultural Society (F.J. Chittenden) to William Bragg - ref. W. L. Bragg/77K.77 - date: 6 May 1937.   Item: (W.L. Bragg) to (F.J. Chittenden), Royal Horticultural Society - ref. W.L. Bragg/77K/79 - date: 7 May 1937 [from Scope and Content] Thanks Chittenden for letter.



Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Records Office; Slatter Son and More, Solicitors, of Stratford-upon-Avon; Bundle of draft  mortgages, assignments of mortgages, further charges, etc.  Miscellaneous:




File - Miscellaneous - ref. DR 149/157/126 - date: 24 May 1893. (from Scope and Content) From Thomas   Penney, Chittenden, of……., commercial traveller, to George Frederick Kendall of  Stratford-upon-Avon chemical  manufacturer; life assurance policy.



F. Kendall and Son, Brewers’ Chemist of Stratford-upon-Avon: Kendall & Son - Correspondence:




File - Papers - ref. DR 197/143 - date: 1886 - 1908.  [from Scope and Content] letters concerning Tom Chittenden, mostly written by him and addressed to G. F. Kendall, 1886/90/93-1895/98, 1900/03/05/08.


Somerset Lytes Cary Manor: Sir Walter Jenner originally laid out the garden in its present form between 1907 and 1910.   It is could loosely be described as in the ‘Garden room’ Style.   The garden underwent an extensive re-design between 1964 and 1968 although the bones of the garden were largely left alone but for one or two minor changes.   Sir Graham Stuart Thomas designed the borders in 1964 and the Orchard was designed by the Late Jeremy Chittenden (the tenant at the time).   In 1995 the main border was again re-designed by the present tenant Mrs Biddy Chittenden.   In New for thr 1999 was the opening of a 1.7-mile river walk through fields of wheat and the replanting of the white borders.   Coming up in 2000 are two new projects we are planting 10.000 early to late spring flowering bulbs to complement our already impressive array.   We are also creating four symmetrical borders in the seat garden.   These will be edged in Box and filled with a sea of tall blue lavenders set around the structural Strawberry trees.   Lytes Cary Manor, Charlton Mackrell, Somerton, Somerset.



Surrey History Centre: Surrey Quarter Sessions [QS2/6/1775/Eph - QS2/6/1783/Mid] Sessions Bundles:




File - Michaelmas Sessions 1781 - ref. QS2/6/1781/Mic/ 1 date: 1781.   Item:  Petition of Dionysius Bosten of Tooting, taylor, and John Boston, his son, that John may be discharged from his apprenticehip to John Chittenden of Tooting, surgeon and apothecary on the grounds of ill treatment (Details given) - ref.  QS2/6/1781/Mic/8 - date: 1781.



Surrey History Centre: Surrey Quarter Sessions {QS2/6/1757/Misc[1] - QS2/6/1765/Mic} S. Bundles.




File - Epiphany Sessions 1764 - ref. QS2/6/1764/Eph/ - date: 1764.   Item:  Removal Order: Sarah Chittenden (wife of Thomas Chittenden gone away) and child, St Mary Magadalen, Bermondsey, to Portsmouth, Co, Southampton - ref. QS2/6/1764/Eph/10 - date: 1764.   Item:  Information:  Notice by the churchwardens and overseers of Portsmouth, Co, Southampton, to the churchwardens and overseers of St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, of their intention to prosecute an appeal over the removal of Sarah Chittenden and her child to their parish - ref. QS2/6/1764/Eph/44 - date: 1764.



Surrey History Centre: The Clayton Family of Marden Park, Bletchingley, Godstone and Tandridge. Title Deeds relating to named properties  - Tandridge and Caterham.




File - Part of Tillingdown Farm; Counterpart lease for 14 years at 100 pounds p.a. for the first two years and of 150 pounds p.a. thereafter - ref. K61/16/228 - date: 16 Mar 1897.   (from Scope and Content) 2. Robert Mulholland Arnold of Chittenden, Edenbridge, Kent, farmer.



Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine:  Holmes, Edward Morell (1843 - 1940)




File - (no title) - ref. MS.2885 - date: c. 1905 - 1927 [from Scope and Content]        There is a letter and a post-card addressed to the  compiler by (Albert Davidson) Michael (1836 - 1927) and (Frederick James) Chittenden (1873 - 1950).



Worcestershire Record Office; Vizard Oldham and Co.  B.R.A. No. 2039.




File - (no title) - ref. 705:35/8851/22/iv/1-40 - date: 1906-28 (from Scope and Content) Sale Contracts and agreements with plans, fire insurance policies and particulars and conditions of sale relating to land adjoining Albion House, Lyttelton Road, St. George’s Square, land adjoining Wesleyan Chapel, Falsam Pitts Sling, Tagwell Lane, Seven House stables in Corbett Avenue, Hartlebury Field, St. Andrew’s Street, land fronting Droitwich Canal, land in St. Nicholas, all in Droitwich,  Field View, Shaw Lane, both in Stoke Prior, land at Astwood, at Rashwood, Bowling Green Inn, Stoke Works, Brinepits Farm, Impney and elsewhere, all in Dodderhill, and two substations in Stoke Prior and Dodderhill.  Campbell, Price, Male, Calder, Chittenden, Jones, Gittus, Lewis, Mooney, Ward, Hayward, Harrison, Blake, Kempson and Talbot families, Droitwich St, Andrew P.C.C., Shropshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire Electric Power Co., Trustees of the Charity of Dame Mary Yates and Kay and Co.