Highways and Byways in Sussex - online book

An illustrated appreciation, of the most interesting districts in Sussex.

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of Halnaker House, a Tudor mansion, once the home of the De la Warrs, little may now be seen ; but Boxgrove is still very beautiful, as Mr. Griggs' drawings prove. The Priory dates from the reign of Henry I., when it was founded very
Boxgroz'e Priory Church.
modestly for three Benedictine monks, a number which steadily grew. Seven Henries later came its downfall, and now nothing remains but some exquisite Norman arches and a few less per­fect fragments. Boxgrove church is an object of pilgrimage for antiquaries and architects, the vaulting being peculiarly
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