Sussex Notes and Queries, vol II, p93 – St. James´ Cross, Chichester. Calendar Patent Rolls, 10 May, 1547.- Anthony Drewatt, of Petworth, wever and John Lane of Fysheborne, Sussex, Muller are indicted of having 3 March I Edward VI about 11 p.m., forcibly in search of treasure dug up and overthrown a Stone Cross to the honour of our Lord Jesus Christ and in the likeness of the Holy Cross in the public highway at Seynt James next Chichester called St. Jamys Cross.
Pardon to the said parties for the said felony without fine or fee.
Sussex Notes and Queries, vol III, p200 – Wills of Sussex Clergy (contributed by Rev. A.C. Crookshank)
Administration in the Consistory Court at Chichester, 1555 – 1800
Taylor John (clerk) Rector of Fishborne 1589
Sussex Notes and Queries, vol III, p207 – Sussex entries in London parish registers (by W.H. Challen)
1722 – Apr. 12. James Lance of Fishbourne in Sussex & Jane Trustin of this parish, by Mr. Riddle. (lic.)
Sussex Notes and Queries, vol IX, p68 – Wills of Sussex Clergy (A.C. Crookshank)
Consistory Court 1482 – 1800
Peion John parson Fyshborne 1531