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East Hoathly
East Hoathly is a parish and a village in the East Grinstead division of Sussex, in the hundred of Shiplake, rape of Pevensey, rural deanery of Uckfield, archdeaconry of Lewes and diocese of Chichester. East Hoathly includes the hamlet of Halland (also known as The Nursery)
The population of East Hoathly in 1811 was 468; in 1851 was 607; in 1861 was 615; in 1871 was 730; in 1891 was 882; in 1901 was 808; in 1911 was 740; in 1921 was 756; and in 1931 was 696
Hoathly is derived from the family surname De Hodlegh who possessed lands in the area in 1296.
East Hoathly historical notes has been derived from the same sources to highlight East Hoathly's key events in chronological order

Parish & other records Before
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After
2000

1306Births2652371104172399346178
430Christenings268236355701146722
216Marriages416261612302412262810102
117Deaths331351016272010631
95Burials33659102221763
 
Books and other documents
Published Title, author and references
1835The History, Antiquities and Topography of the County of Sussex by Thomas Walker Horsfield, F.S.A.p. 357
1851The Post Office Directory of Sussex by E. R. Kelly, M.A., F.S.S. ⇒ entry
1859Diary of a Sussex Tradesman [Thomas Turner], a Hundred Years Ago by R. W. Blencowe, Esq., M.A. and M. A. Lower, M.A., F.S.A.p. 183
1867The Post Office Directory of Sussex by E. R. Kelly, M.A., F.S.S. ⇒ entry
1870A Compendious History of Sussex - Volume I. by Mark Antony Lower, M.A.p. 160
1874The Post Office Directory of Sussex by E. R. Kelly, M.A., F.S.S. ⇒ entry
1882Kelly's Directory of Sussex by E. R. Kelly, M.A., F.S.S. ⇒ entry
1904Highways and Byways in Sussex by E.V. Lucas ⇒ p. 312
1935Turner Trove - A Link with a Famous Sussex Diarist by L.B. Smith and E.A. Hadley ⇒ p. 546

People of note
Turner, Thomas
(1729 - 1793)
Shopkeeper
       

Picturesmore pictures 

Halland West Front - 1783

South east front, Halland - 1783

Halland Great Court - 1783

The South Court, Halland - 1783

Halland - 1783

Laughton Place - c 1785

The Village - 1902
 

New Whyly - 1905

East Hoathly - 1905

Wesleyan Church - 1905

High Street - c 1905

Marching Band - c 1905

The Parris Bakery - c 1905

The Parris Pony and Trap - c 1905
 

East Hoathly Maps

c 1724

c 1795

c 1825

c 1899
 

Sussex Maps

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1763

1st Sept 1787

1808
 

1837

1840

1864
 

Places and properties in East Hoathly - a directory of homes, farms, churches, schools, inns, and other places of interest that existed prior to 1900 has been compiled from Post Office directories, Kelly's directories, Trade directories, Census data, Ordnance survey maps and books of the period
Churches, Inns,
Schools, Shops
and other places of interest
Blacksmiths Arms, Halland
East Hoathly Bakery, East Hoathly Village
East Hoathly Baptist Chapel, East Hoathly Village
East Hoathly Independent Chapel, East Hoathly Village
East Hoathly National School, East Hoathly Village
East Hoathly Parish Church, East Hoathly Village
East Hoathly Rectory, East Hoathly Village
Kings Head Inn, East Hoathly Village
Prospect Place
Thomas Turners House, East Hoathly Village
 
Roads and Streets
East Hoathly Village
Halland
Hawkhurst Common
 
Homes and Farms
A-L
Barham House
Bellmont
Bonnys Farm, Hawkhurst Common
Chapel, Halland
Chapel House, East Hoathly Village
Cinder Barn
Cold Harbour
Crouchs Farm, Hawkhurst Common
Davis's Town
East Hoathly Post Office, East Hoathly Village
East Hoathly Smithy, East Hoathly Village
Fir Grove
Gate House, East Hoathly Village
Godfreys
Greenfields
Grey Wood
Halland Farm [als Halland House]
Halland Post Office, Halland
Halland Smithy, Halland
Hawkhurst Common Farm, Hawkhurst Common
Heasmonds, East Hoathly Village
Hopes Farm, Hawkhurst Common
Ivy House, East Hoathly Village
Lydfords, East Hoathly Village
 
Homes and Farms
M-Z
Mill Lane, East Hoathly Village
Mission Room, Halland
Moat Farm, Hawkhurst Common
Park Corner
Park Lodge, East Hoathly Village
Pipers Farm, Hawkhurst Common
Poplar Cottage, East Hoathly Village
Pratts Cottage
Price's Farm
Providence House, Halland
Pump House, Halland
Rectory Villa, East Hoathly Village
Spring Lodge
Surmount Cottages, Halland
Tarble [als Terrible] Down
The Nursery, Halland
The Woodlands, East Hoathly Village
Whily [als Whyly & Whiligh]
White Smith
Yew Tree
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