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Framfield
Framfield is a large parish and village a mile and a half east of Uckfield. Framfield is in the East Grinstead division of Sussex, in the hundred of Loxfield Dorset, rape of Pevensey, rural deanery of Uckfield, archdeaconry of Lewes and diocese of Chichester. Within Framfield is the hamlet of Blackboys. Framfield is 44 miles south of London
The population of Framfield in 1811 was 1,074; in 1841 was 1,484; in 1861 was 1,355; in 1871 was 1,521; in 1881 was 1,527; in 1891 was 1,663; in 1901 was 1,616; in 1911 was 1,596; in 1921 was 1,641; and in 1831 was 1,667
Framfield is recorded in the Domesday book as Framelle
Framfield historical notes has been derived from the same sources to highlight Framfield's key events in chronological order

Parish & other records Before
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1500
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1550
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1700
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1725
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After
2000

3647Births187670598714033768897078141731
1135Christenings1874615272941602371781345041
674Marriages2205474585062961448020122
171Deaths1285411222234411632
133Burials28626121626381412
 
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. 362
1849Historical and Architectural Notices of the Iron Works of the County of Sussex by Mark Antony Lowerp. 209
1851The Post Office Directory of Sussex by E. R. Kelly, M.A., F.S.S. ⇒ entry
1851Church of St. Thomas a Becket, Framfield by The Rev. Henry Rosehurst Hoare ⇒ p. 291
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. 187
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
1888Brooker's Guide and Directory for Uckfield and District ⇒ p. 79
1904Highways and Byways in Sussex by E.V. Lucas ⇒ p. 293
1931Wealden Iron by Ernest Straker ⇒ p. 393

People of note
Ayloffe, Sir Joseph
(1708 - 1781)
Antiquarian
Realf, Richard
(1832 - 1878)
Sussex poet and Abolitionist
Thornton, Major R. Lawrence
(c1860 - )
Barrister and Freemason
     

Pictures 

South Front of Mrs Dalrymples House at Gatehouse - 1784

Hempstead House - 1785

The Hemsleys at Gun Inn - c 1895

The Hemsleys at Gun Inn - c 1895

The Hemsleys at Gun Inn - c 1895

Framfield Church - 1904

The Church and Vicarage - 1905
 

Interior, Framfield Church - 1907

Framfield Church - 1908

The Church - 1918

Framfield Church - c 1920

Bentley Farm - 1936

The Street - c 1950

The Street - c 1950
 

Framfield Maps

c 1724

c 1795

c 1825

c 1899
 

Sussex Maps

1610

1645

1695

1763

1st Sept 1787

1837

1840
 

Places and properties in Framfield - 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
Baptist Chapel, Scaine Hill
Barley Mow Inn
Blackboys Inn, Blackboys
Blackboys Lane, Blackboys
Blackboys School, Blackboys
Crown Inn, Blackboys
Framfield National School, Framfield Village
Framfield Place
Framfield Vicarage, Framfield Village
Gun Inn, Blackboys
Hare & Hounds Inn, Framfield Street
Hitching Wood
Hope Chapel, Barnet Wood
Liptons Mill
Perrin's Wood, Blackboys
Pounsley Corn Mill, Pounsley
Rose & Crown, Easons Green
Scantlings Common
St. Thomas à Becket's Church, Framfield Village
Tickerage Mill
Upton Mill
White Lion Hill, Halland
White Lion Inn, Halland
Workhouse, Framfield Village
 
Roads and Streets
Barnet Wood
Blackboys
Cackle Street
Easons Green
Easons Green, Easons Green
Framfield Street
Framfield Village
Mount Ephraim
Palehouse Common
Pounsley
Scaine Hill
Tealings (als Teelings) Common
 
Homes and Farms
A-L
Arches Farm, Easons Green
Barnard's Wood
Bellevue Cottage, Blackboys
Bentley Farm
Berrys Hill Farm
Bird Nye
Blackboys Cottage, Blackboys
Blackboys Gate, Blackboys
Blackboys Mill, Blackboys
Blackboys Post Office, Blackboys
Blackboys Smithy, Blackboys
Boothhouse Farm, Mount Ephraim
Bopeep
Bretts Cottages
Brick House, Blackboys
Bridgelands Farm
Brook House, Easons Green
Brookhurst, Blackboys
Browning's Grove
Bunses [als Bunces], Blackboys
Burnthouse, Blackboys
Burtons Cottage
Cider [als Cyder] House Farm, Blackboys
Cobb Court House, Framfield Village
Coopers Hatch
Crockstead [als Cocksted] Green
Crockstead Green Farm
Crown Cottages, Blackboys
Croxted [als Crockstead]
Croxted Road
Cysley's Farm, Mount Ephraim
Diamond Villa, Easons Green
Dike's Farm, Barnet Wood
Donovan's Cottage, Mount Ephraim
Durrant's Farm, Barnet Wood
Easonsgreen Farm, Easons Green
Firelocks
Framfield Grange [als Church Stile, Church Style], Framfield Village
Framfield Lodge, Framfield Village
Framfield Post Office, Framfield Village
Framfield smithy, Framfield Village
Gatehouse Farm
Goldsmith's Farm, Hawkhurst Common
Great Streele
Hailwell
Hall Bank, Waldron Down
Hammonds Green [als Down House]
Harwell [als Arwell]
Hawthorn Cottage, Framfield Street
Hempstead
Hider's Farm, Easons Green
High Cross, Palehouse Common
High-hoad
Highlands [als Hylands]
Hill's Place Farm, Barnet Wood
Honey's Green, Easons Green
Hundred House
Iron Gate Cottage
Lankhurst [als Langhurst] Oak, Blackboys
Lantern Cottage
Lapphamsdown Cottages, Pounsley
Lemnel Cottages, Blackboys
Little Bentley Farm, Halland
Little Streele
Lower Sandhill, Easons Green
Lowlands, Blackboys
 
Homes and Farms
M-Z
Mawls Gate, Barnet Wood
Mill [als Windmill] House, Mount Ephraim
Mount Ephraim Farm, Mount Ephraim
Mount Pleasant, Blackboys
Muddles Lane, Blackboys
Nether House
Newlands Farm
Newplace Farm, Blackboys
Nursery
Old Stonebridge, Blackboys
Orchard Farm, Barnet Wood
Packham Farm
Palehouse Common Post Office, Palehouse Common
Payns Place, Blackboys
Peckham [als Terrible Down] Farm, Halland
Pelham's Place, Palehouse Common
Pellings Place
Penny's Farm
Poletrow [als Polltrough], Blackboys
Pond Farm, Blackboys
Pound
Pound Farm, Blackboys
Pound House
Pounsly Farm
Primrose Ghyll [als Hobbs] Farm
Pump Lane, Easons Green
Rose Cottage, Blackboys
Salem Cottage
Sand Hill, Easons Green
Scaine Farm, Scaine Hill
Sharelands [als Sharlands, Shearlands]
Shawford Farm, Pounsley
Sheepwash Farm, Mount Ephraim
Short Gate Road
Siggs Farm, Barnet Wood
Slapreed [als Shipreed], Mount Ephraim
Spring Cottages, Blackboys
Squire's Farm, Barnet Wood
Starrs Farm, Blackboys
Stevensons Farm, Mount Ephraim
Stone Cottage, Pounsley
Stonebridge, Blackboys
Sunnyside
The Cottage
The Vineries
Tile Barn
Toll Gate, Mount Ephraim
Toll House, Blackboys
Tophill, Blackboys
Town of Littleworth
Tuett's Farm, Easons Green
Twyford, Easons Green
Upper Brook House, Easons Green
Upper Palehouse Farm, Palehouse Common
Vines Farm, Halland
Weavers Pitt [als Hill], Halland
Wellers Cottages, Mount Ephraim
Whartons
Whitelocks
Wisden [als Wisdom] Farm, Easons Green
Woodfield, Halland
Yew Tree Cottage, Easons Green
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