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Sussex weekly Advertiser, Monday, September 18th, 1809 

Game Duty.
An Alphabetical List of Persons who have obtained General Certificates 
for killing of Game in the County of Sussex, for the present Year, 
which List is made up to the 9th inst.
Published by Order of his Majesty's Commissioners for the Affairs of Taxes.
Matthew Winter, Sec.Sept 16, 1809.
:- Rev. John Rideout Woodmancote

Frances Rideout nee Dring nee Goring 
 daughter of Sir Harry Goring 6th baronet Of Highden Sussex
JACKSONS JOURNAL, 10th July 1810
The Rev. John Rideout, rector of Woodmancote, Sussex, to
Mrs. Dring, widow of Rev. J. Dring, and youngest daughter of
Sir Henry Goring , Bart.

At his house in Chapel Street, Portland Place,
in his 60th year,
Sir Harry Goring, Bart. of Highden, Sussex.

                                                            Sir Harry Goring 6th Baronet
                                                            b.1739       of Highden Sussex
                                                            |              |
                                                            John anna      Elizabeth
                                                            Forster        Fisher
  John  ( curate 1792 Rector of Woodmancote  1793-1838 )    Frances
  Rideout                                                   Goring
  b.1768                                                        c.10may1774 St ANNS, Westminster
  d.1838 woodmancote?                                       d.08oct1868
  |                                                         |
  m1.05jun1794 Henfield ................ m2.05jul1810.......m1.03jul1799 Hove   
  |                                      |  Holborn         |             
  Ann                                    Frances            John
  Wood                                   Dring              Dring           
  b.1766 Henfield,sussex                 |                  d.1804
  d.1808                                 |                  ***********
  |                                      |
  Frances      Henry wood   George       Ann              Goring         John
  |            b.11dec1797  b.26feb1804  maria            |              |
  c.03apr1795  c.17dec1797  c.18may1804  c.17jan1814      c.04oct1815    c.14oct1817
               d.1876       d.1889       d.1854+          d.~feb1846     d.01may1818
               |                         |                |
               m.                        m.23jun1831**    m.14jan1840
               |                         |                |  Hove              
               Frances letitia           Richard redmond  Maria caroline
               Waring                    Caton            laura Dickenson     
                                                          m2.30dec1851? Brussles
                                                          Joseph phillip

Richard redmond Caton divorced Anna maria 1854, see info 3b
JACKSON'S JOURNAL, 25th June 1831
At Woodmancote,Sussex
R.Redmond Caton Esq., Grenadier Guards, to
Anna Maria, only daughter of the
Rev. John Rideout, Rector of Woodmancote,
and grandaughter of the late Sir Harry Goring, Bart.

JACKSON'S JOURNAL, 2nd January 1852
On 30th ult., at Brussels, The Rev. Joseph phillip Knight,
late curate at the Scilly Isles, and adapter of music
to several popular ballards, to
Caroline laura, widow of the late Goring Rideout Esq.
formerly of the 86th regiment.

East Sussex Record Office
   Farrer & Co, Solicitors: Clients' Papers
Marriage settlement  ACC7755/103  1840
Of Goring Rideout, Brunswick Square, Brighton, 
Lieutenant in 86th Regiment of Foot, and 
Maria Caroline Laura Dickenson, Brighton, 13 Jan 1840

East Sussex Record Office
Archive of Fitzhugh Gates of Brighton, solicitors
Executors' papers for estate of Goring Rideout of Brunswick Square, Brighton  
SAS-ACC5054/34  1844-1869

1841 census
source             HO107 piece 1112 /14 Folio 9 Page 9
Place              Hove, District 8  Sussex
Dwelling           Brunswick Square 

Goring Rideout     25  ind                 Y
Laura  Rideout     23

Henry wood Rideout owns farm in Chestham,
Duplicate Notice SAS-EG/194 18 Mar 1865
By Messrs Hill & Fitzhugh as solicitors for Henry Wood Rideout, esq.,
to George Herrington to quit Nymans Farm at Christmas then next

Similar Notice SAS-EG/195 18 Mar 1865
To Thomas Bowler of Henfield to quit the cottage and garden held of the
said Mr. Rideout in Henfield

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