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- Bosham /ˈbɒzəm/ (listen) is a coastal village and civil parish in the Chichester District of West Sus****, England, centred about 2 miles (3.2 km) west...
- The Debate concerning the remains found in Bosham Church Archived 3 February 2009 at the Wayback Machine Bosham Online Magazine 25 November 2003 Updated...
- Bosham Sailing Club is the oldest sailing club in Chichester Harbour and was founded in 1907 It is located in the historic village of Bosham in West Sus****...
- Bosham Hoe is a hamlet and private estate on the s**** of Chichester Harbour in the English county of West Sus****. It is some two kilometres south of the...
- Herbert of Bosham was a twelfth-century English biographer of Thomas Becket who held a foremost place among the scholars in Thomas's household. His dates...
- Bosham Head is part of the largest Roman statue found in Britain, a large, 375-pound (170 kg) sculpted piece of stone that was discovered in Bosham,...
- Bosham railway station serves the small village of Bosham in West Sus****, England. It is located on the West Coastway Line that runs between Brighton...
- Bosham F.C. are a football club based in Bosham, near Chichester, West Sus****, England. The club are currently members of the Southern Combination Division...
- Trinity Church is a Grade I listed Anglican church, a parish church in Bosham, West Sus****. There was a church on this site in Saxon times, and the oldest...
- Emsworth (spouse; deceased) George Threepwood, Lord Bosham (son) Cecily Threepwood, Lady Bosham (daughter-in-law) James Threepwood (grandson) George...
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