|• 1829: Metropolitan Police founded||• 1832: Morse invents Electric Telegraph||• 1837: Queen Victoria crowned||• 1838: National Gallery founded||• 1840: Queen Victora & Prince Albert marry||• 1841: Glynde School built||• 1842: Irish "Potato Famine" starts||• 1847: British Museum founded||• 1848: Marx & Engels write Communist Manifesto||• 1851: Great Exhibition opens in Hyde Park||• 1854: Start of Crimean War||• 1859: Darwin's Origin of Species published||• 1861: American Civil War begins||• 1865: Salvation Army founded||• 1869: Suez Canal opened||• 1871: Trades Unions legalised||• 1872: Secret ballots introduced for elections||• 1873: Dr Livingstone dies||• 1876: Bell invents telephone||• 1878: Electric light bulb invented||• 1881: Pasteur invents innoculation||• 1884: Fabian Society founded||• 1884: Speaker Brand retires||• 1885: Glynde & Beddingham Cricket Club founded||• 1887: Queen Victoria's Jubilee||• 1894: Manchester Ship Canal opened||• 1899: Boer War starts||• 1901: Queen Victoria dies||• 1903: 1st aeroplane flight by Wright Bros.||• 1905: Ragged Lands established||• 1909: Introduction of Old Age Pension||• 1912: Sinking of the Titanic||• 1914: Start of 1st World War||• 1916: Battle of the Somme||• 1918: End of 1st World War||• 1919: 1st trans-atlantic flight||• 1920: League of Nations founded||• 1922: Irish Free State founded||• 1924: Lenin dies||• 1926: General Strike||• 1928: Women get the vote||• 1934: Hitler assumes power in Germany||• 1936: Regular BBC TV broadcasts begin||• 1939: Start of 2nd World War||• 1940: Dunkirk evacuation||• 1941: Japanese attack Pearl Harbour||• 1944: "D-Day" landings in France||• 1945: End of 2nd World War||• 1946: USA tests atom bomb at Bikini Island||• 1947: Sound Barrier broken||• 1948: NHS founded||• 1950: Korean War starts||• 1951: Suez "Crisis"||• 1953: Queen Elizabeth II crowned||• 1954: Bannister runs 1st 4 minute mile||• 1955: Glynde Place opened to the public||• 1955: ITV starts broadcasting||• 1957: 1st dog in space||• 1958: Gatwick Airport opened||• 1959: M1, the 1st motoway, opened||• 1961: 1st man in space||• 1963: US President Kennedy assassinated||• 1965: Post Office Tower opened||• 1966: England win World Cup||• 1967: 1st heart transplant||• 1968: Martin Luther King assassinated||• 1969: 1st men on the moon||• 1970: North Sea Oil discovered||• 1971: Decimal coins introduced||• 1972: "Bloody Sunday", 13 killed in Derry||• 1974: US President Nixon resigned||• 1976: Harold Wilson resigned as PM||• 1978: 1st "Test Tube" baby born||• 1979: Margaret Thatcher elected, UK's 1st woman PM||• 1981: Prince Charles married Lady Di||• 1982: Falklands War||• 1984: Miners' Strike starts||• 1985: Live Aid concert||• 1987: Hurricane lashes South Coast||• 1987: "Black Monday" Stock Market crash|
|1838||George Payne & Richard Weller||1851|
|1861||Henry Ward & Thomas Gorringe||1861|
|1871||Charles Tuppen & Tom Gorringe||1871|
|1901||Charles Tuppen & Philip Baker||1901|
|1950||Elsie, Irene & Joyce Rapley||1955|
Laceys is an old place name in Glynde. In 1617 Robert Morley mortgaged part of his lands in Glynde including ‘Lacies’ and an Agnes Lacey had been buried in Glynde in 1559.The Glynde estate account books show that the estate paid [Richard] Wisdom, carpenter’s bill of £12 3s 2d for the new cottage at Laceys in June 1827. They also paid William Weller, bricklayer, £26 7s 9d and labour of £3 17s 10d for ‘removing earth and levelling bank at the back of the cottage’. The cottage was probably intended as the residence of the shepherd on the Great Farm/Home Farm at Glynde. It had been divided into two by 1837 and, for most of the nineteenth century, one of the cottages was occupied by the shepherd on the Home Farm. On the 1881 census Charles Tuppen the 54 year old head shepherd on the Home Farm was living there with his wife Harriett and seven of their children, including George Tuppen who would later succeed his father as shepherd on the Home Farm and also be one of the founders of the current Glynde and Beddingham Cricket Club. In 1845 there was a huge fire at Laceys Farm which destroyed a barn and a couple of 'hovels' but seems to have left the cottage undamaged. The smoke was visible from Lewes and there were detailed reports in both the Sussex Express and the Sussex Advertiser. By the time of World War II Laceys had been converted back to a single cottage when Joyce Rapley, land girl, occupied the cottage with her two sisters. Des and Pam Byrne and their son Christopher lived there after they left the Trevor Arms.
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