Woollavington is a parish 4 miles south-west of Petworth, and 4 ½ south-east from Midhurst, in Rotherbridge hundred, Arundel rape, and Easebourne union, with 2,370 acres, and a population of 418 in 1841. The Income Tax assessment £2,100; the living is a rectory united with Graffham, in the patronage of the Bishop of Oxford, value £164 per annum. Woollavington House, situate in a large well-wooded park, is a handsome mansion, occupied by Mrs Byles.
Letters received through Petworth.
Byles Mrs. Woollavington House
Mauning Archdeacon, Rectory
Luff Thomas, farmer, Westerland
O’Connor Cornelius, farm bailiff
Welch John, farmer
Transcribed by Stacey Gardner