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Sussex is a historic county in South East England, taking its name from the Kingdom of Sussex in early Anglo-Saxon England. It is now divided into the ceremonial counties of East Sussex and West Sussex.
- History of Sussex, general history of Sussex, England
- University of Sussex, an English campus university situated in East Sussex
- Sussex County Cricket Club, an English first-class county cricket club
- Sussex, New Jersey
- Sussex, Wisconsin
- Sussex County, Delaware
- Sussex County, New Jersey
- Sussex County, Virginia
- Sussex, New Brunswick
- Sussex Drive a major street in Ottawa, Ontario; also home to the residence of the Prime Minister (24 Sussex Drive)
People and titles
- Earl of Sussex, a formal title created several times in the Peerages of England, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom
- Duke of Sussex, a peerage title conferred in 1801 but currently extinct
- Roland Sussex, Australian linguist
- Sussex chicken, a dual purpose breed created in England
- Sussex Spaniel, a breed of dog developed in England
- Sussex Cattle, a red breed from the Sussex Weald in England
- Sussex, a breed of rabbit
- HMS Sussex, the name of various English warships and the Royal Naval Reserve unit based in Portslade until 1994
- SS Sussex, a passenger ferry built for the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway in 1896. Sold to France in 1914, sold to Greece in 1920 and renamed.
- Sussex pledge, a pledge given by Germany in 1916 prompted by the torpedoing of the passenger ferry Sussex
- MV Sussex, built in 1936 for the Federal Steam Navigation Company. Sold in 1946 and renamed
- Sussex Records, a former record label in Hollywood
- Sussex Stakes, Group 1 flat horse race in the United Kingdom
- Sussex Publishers, a magazine publisher based in New York City that produces Psychology Today
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