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  Arundel: A Picture of the Past, James Cartland, published by Phillimore 1978 St Philip’s Primary School, Arundel -1899/1999 A History of Sussexby J.R. Armstrong, Published by Phillimore West Sussex Inns, Brigid Chapman. Countryside Books, Newbury, Berkshire 1988 Arundel Priory by Mark Turnham Elvins, published by Phillimore, 1981 Encyclopaedia Britannia From Parsons to Pastors by Alison Prescott, 1987 Arundel, A Guide by Harold Evans, 1995. Published by Evans and Sons, London Portrait of Arundel, Rena Gardiner, 1993. Published by Arun District Council The Cathedral Church of Our Lady and Saint Philip, Francis W. Steer, 1973, published by the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton Take a Leaf out of the Conqueror’s Book, Larry Elliot. The Guardian, April 24, 2000 A History of Arundel by Tim Hudson, 2000. Published by the West Sussex County Council Arundel Baptist Church Handbook, 1996 Arundel: Borough and Castle by G.W. … Read entire article »

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A.1.2 Recent History

The formation of the two administrative counties of East and West Sussex dates from 1889. It was really only the official regularisation of a situation of fact dating from Saxon times when there already were two archdeaconries of Lewes and Chichester. The area of the Sussex County (East and West Sussex) in 1878 was 1466 square miles (934,000 acres; East Sussex, 530,570; West Sussex, 401839). In 1961 it was recorded as being 1457 square miles (it is not known if the difference is due to an improved accuracy of the measurement or to a loss of 11 square miles). The population has increased over time as follow: Notes: 1871: (199,532 males; 217,924 females) / 1911: (299,188 males; 364,190 females) / 1961: (East Sussex, 665,904; West Sussex, 411,224) Population in 1911: The population of Brighton and … Read entire article »

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