Angmering Village History Centre


Rose Cottage, High Street

Welcome to the Angmering Village History Centre on this website which contains a considerable number of articles and documentary source information that will interest local and family history researchers and those who wish to find out more about Angmering's past. Some of the articles represent established village history while others are in the early stages of research and therefore provide only initial thoughts. There are currently some 200 pages of articles and other information, and these are being added to constantly, so do return periodically to check what's new. Please feel free to contact us if you require any information on Angmering local or family history (no charge).

Click on links to access sub-indexes or use the search engine below for a specific enquiry.

Category Index

What's New on these history Pages Useful Genealogy Links
Angmering History, General
General histories of the village and its development, Domesday, road names, schools, charities, wartime, and much more.
  Archaeology
Below ground investigations of sites including the roman villa, St Nicholas & Barpham churches, Harrow Hill fort & flint mines.
Buildings and Structures
Specific buildings incl. St. Margaret's Church, Ham & Ecclesden Manors, Older's School, railway station, buildings on 1839 Tithe Map, windmills etc.
  Other Local History
What's New, Angmering books and history related articles, and notices which do not necessarily relate to Angmering but may cover neighbouring villages.

People, General Resources
This section contains significant documentary resources including some BMDs, Census transcriptions, emigrants, incumbants, marriage licences, land tax records, probate inventories, wills, subsidy rolls, business directories, churchyard inscriptions, and much more.

  Topography
Maps, tithes, and articles on general areas and locations which may cover numerous properties in general terms.

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People, Specific
Research results on named Angmering families and individuals. These may include family trees and other data.
A History of Angmering (Virtual Book)
Incomplete
This Virtual History is centred on the houses and other buildings and places that form the core of any village, and not least Angmering. It attempts to draw together that large and disparate collection of historical notes by the authors that have accumulated over several years of research. The History is divided into the following parts:

1. The Village, 2 The Parish, 3. The Manors & Manor Houses, 4. Village Houses,
5. Society, Education & Commerce

Note: Angmering Village Life cannot accept any responsibility for any error, omission, or inaccuracy in these pages. Always check original documents.

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History pages last updated: 22 June 2015

© Neil Rogers-Davis, 2005 - 2014