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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Oxted

    in 1905 . At Hurst Green is the mission church of St. Agatha. A site has been given and money is being collected for building a much needed church of larger size near Hurst Green . ADVOWSON A church on

    Creech St. Michael Creech St. Michael 1839 Creech St. Michael village c. 1755

    road running west to Husk or Hurst Green . 52 In the 20th century new houses have been built along the village streets. From the north-west end of the village and from Hurst Green two roads ran north to converge:

    Townships Mawdesley

    the surface rising to 160 ft. above the ordnance datum on the south-east border. The principal hamlet is at Hurst Green , near the centre; another, called the Nook , lies to the north-east. Black Moor is in the south-west.

    Blackburn hundred Mitton

    to the southeast, in the corner formed by the confluence of Hodder and Ribble, and Woodfields to the north-east. Hurst Green , the principal hamlet, is about a mile southwest of Stonyhurst. Chilsey Green is to the north, under the

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 4th November 1834

    dear Tunbridge Wells , where I have passed so many very happy and delightful days. We changed horses at Hurst Green at about ½ past 11. Before we reached Battle , we were met by all Lady Webster 's tenants

    Tuesday 4th November 1834

    dear Tunbridge Wells , where I have passed so many very happy and delightful days. We changed horses at Hurst Green at about ½ pasat 11. Before we reached Battle , we were met by all Lady Webster 's tenants

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kind manner addressed the men, telling them that they (the magistrates) would continue to sit at Battle, Pobertsbridge, and Hurst Green, till the peasantry were perfectly satisfied. All these places are in a convulsed state. RYE.-The agriculturists in this neighbourhood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    saved frqm a watery grave.-Mernint Paper. - A MAN POISONED BY HIS WIFE.-An inquest was held last week, at Hurst Green, near Blackburn, on the body of Roger Holden, a labourer, who was poisoned by his wife. The parties lived Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    guilty of the murder, by poison, of her husband, Roger Holden, on the 26th of Fe ruary last, at Hurst Green. The particulars were related in the account ofthe inquest in the Examisner of last week. The only extraordinary feature Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or other- wise increasing the accommodation in the churches of St. Matthew, Birminghamn; Brinklow, near Coventry; Wal- dlu-on, near Hurst Green, Sussex; and Upton Bishop, near Ross. Tle district of Biddulph Mloor is an outlying elevated plateau, four miles bytwo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following three candidates for the final selection of the Court :--Th Rev. John C. Scott Darby, curate of Warbleton, Hurst Green, Sussex; Rev. S. C. Haines, chaplain, Northampton Lunatic Asylum ; and the Rev. John Richardson, temporary chaplain at the Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Andredesweald Lodge

    (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Royal George Hotel, Hurst Green, Sussex, England 1922 Masonic Hall, Battle, Sussex, England 1949 Masonic Hall, North Trade Road, Battle, Sussex, England 1954

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