This is the first published
Electronic Newspaper for
29 October 2000 : Volume 2 Issue 39
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marginal and mud dwelling Celery-leaved Buttercup, Ranunculus
sceleratus, is poisonous to touch and is capable of producing blistering
sores to the skin. A single plant is on the edge of the Paddocks' pond.
the Sites of Special Scientific Interest using this link:
Words of the Week
chirm | tm | n. Also (now the usual form in sense 2) charm | tm | . [OE cearm, cierm = OS karm: cf. next.] 1 Noise, din; esp. (a)the blended singing of many birds; (b)the noise of many children etc. chattering. Now dial. OE. 2 A flock (of finches etc.). LME.
| tm | v.i. Now dial. Also charm | tm | , sharm | m |
. [OE cirman = MDu. kermen, carmen mourn, lament (Du. kermen), MHG karmen.]
Cry out; spec. (of a bird, or a person likened to a bird) warble, chirp.
The upsurge of EFora
on all subjects (a
few have been recommended before in these bulletins) are an important way
in which the Internet
will change the world.
See the Profusion Search method below.
Poem of the Week
Oh, Shenandoah, I long to hear you
(de Braose family)
Click on the seal to visit this excellent web site.
by Lynda Denyer
ADUR VALLEY EFORUM PAGE
The Adur Valley eForum covering all aspects of life in the Adur Valley commences. You can join by spending a few minutes on the following site, and then you can post messages on almost anything about life in Shoreham-by-sea and the Adur Valley, including, Lancing, Sompting, Southwick, Steyning and the smaller villages in the valley.
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William de Braose sailed to England with William the Conqueror in 1066 (2.1) His home was Briouze in Normandy, near Falaise where the Conqueror was born. The de Braose family origins are unknown, except for the name of William's mother Gunnor.
William de Braose became lord of the rape of Bramber and held over two hundred manors elsewhere. His rape was carved out of the lands of his two Norman neighbours, William de Warenne and Roger de Montgomery. The de Braose rape straddled the river Adur, rectifying the Conqueror's early defensive error in creating a boundary at a vulnerable river estuary.
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