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2269Births538748451714588145072363
570Christenings1263827561241521176761
238Marriages21488121246624216142
130Deaths131121624372314422
127Burials1311115243822161211
 
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. 355
1849Historical and Architectural Notices of the Iron Works of the County of Sussex by Mark Antony Lowerp. 208
1862A Parochial History of Chiddingly by Mark Antony Lower, M.A., F.S.A.p. 207
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. 314

Pictures 

View of the Rocks in Chiddingly Woods - 1780

The Stone called Great upon Little in Chiddingly Wood - 1780

View of Great upon Little with the adjacent Sand Rocks in Chiddingly Wood - 1780

Chiddingly Place, North Front - 1783

Chiddingly Hall - 1783

Chiddingly Church - 1923
 

Places and properties in Chiddingly - 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
Bat and Ball Inn, Holmes Hill
Broad Oak Chapel
Bull's Bridge, Hale Green
Chiddingly Parish Church
Chiddingly Park
Chiddingly Place
Dicker Chapel
Golden Cross Inn, Golden Cross
Gun Inn, Gun Hill
Preaching Room
Six Bells, Chiddingly Street
 
Roads and Streets
Chiddingly Street
Dern Lane
Golden Cross
Gun Hill
Hale Green
Highland's Lane
Holmes Hill
Muddles Green
Nash Street
Peak's Road
Pick Hill
Stalker's Lane
Stonehill
The Dicker, The Dicker
The Dicker
Thunder's Hill
Whitesmith
 
Homes and Farms
A-L
Beard's Farm, Stonehill
Beeneys, Gun Hill
Birch Lane, Muddles Green
Birches, Whitesmith
Bird in Hand, Whitesmith
Broad Oak Farm, Holmes Hill
Burghill, Muddles Green
Chapel House, Holmes Hill
Charity Farm, Stonehill
Chatfields, Whitesmith
Clarklye, Stalker's Lane
Clocksmith's, The Dicker
Dean land, Holmes Hill
Easterfields, Pick Hill
Farley's Farm, Muddles Green
Finches, Pick Hill
Friths Farm, Highland's Lane
Gatehouse, Gun Hill
Gildridge, Whitesmith
Golden Cross Cottage, Golden Cross
Goosenest, Nash Street
Hale Farm, Hale Green
Hamly Road, Thunder's Hill
Highdown, Pick Hill
Highlands, Highland's Lane
Hilders Lodge
Holden's Court, Stalker's Lane
Horeham Flat, Pick Hill
Jenners, Gun Hill
Latchetts, Highland's Lane
 
Homes and Farms
M-Z
Marigolds, Nash Street
Mill Cottage, Holmes Hill
Mount Pleasant, Muddles Green
Nash Street Farm, Nash Street
Old Poor House, Nash Street
Parish Houses, Whitesmith
Parsonage
Peak's Farm, Peak's Road
Pick Hill Farm
Prices Farm, Gun Hill
School House, Muddles Green
Scrapers Hill, Muddles Green
Stonehill Farm, Stonehill
Stream Farm, Dern Lane
Strood Farm, Stonehill
Swansbrook, Gun Hill
Vicarage, Chiddingly Street
Whitesmith Green, Whitesmith
Whitesmith House, Whitesmith
Willetts, Muddles Green
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