The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
Census and other directory records Selected town/village/location
1295 - Mayfield landowners tax records
1296 - Retherfeld Suthborgh Subsidy/tax list
1296 - Retherfeld Northborgh Subsidy/tax list
1296 - Frenthe [Frant] Subsidy/tax list
1327 - Retherfeld Suthborgh Subsidy/tax list
1327 - Retherfeld Northborgh Subsidy/tax list
1327 - Frenthe [Frant] Subsidy/tax list
1328 - Mayfield and Wadhurst landowners tax records
1332 - Mayfield and Wadhurst landowners tax records
1332 - Retherfeld Suthborgh Subsidy/tax list
1332 - Retherfeld Northborgh Subsidy/tax list
1332 - Frenthe [Frant} Subsidy/tax list
1340 - Retherfeld Tenant list
1528 - Mayfield inhabitants tax records
1597 - The Buckhurst Terrier Manors
1803 - Militia lists
1828 - Pigot's Trade Directory for Uckfield, Buxted, Fletching, Maresfield and Nutley
1833 - Pigot's Trade Directory for Uckfield, Buxted, Fletching, Maresfield and Nutley
1838 - Withyham, Crowbrorough Town, Groombridge & Blackham Census
1839 - Pigot's Trade Directory for Kent, Surrey and Sussex
1841 Census - Burwash, Sussex
1841 Census - Buxted, Sussex
1841 Census - East Grinstead and Forest Row, Sussex
1841 Census - East Hoathly, Framfield and Waldron, Sussex
1841 Census - Fletching, Sussex
1841 Census - Frant, Sussex and part of Tunbridge Wells
1841 Census - Hartfield and Withyham, Sussex
1841 Census - Isfield, Little Horsted and Uckfield, Sussex
1841 Census - Maresfield, Sussex
1841 Census - Mayfield, Sussex
1841 Census - Rotherfield and Crowborough, Sussex
1841 Census - Ticehurst and Stonegate, Sussex
1841 Census - Warehorne, Kent
1851 Census - Arlington, Sussex
1851 Census - Burwash, Sussex
1851 Census - Buxted, Sussex
1851 Census - Chiddingly, Sussex
1851 Census - East Grinstead, Sussex
1851 Census - East Hoathly, Sussex
1851 Census - Fletching, Sussex
1851 Census - Framfield, Sussex
1851 Census - Frant, Sussex
1851 Census - Hailsham, Sussex
1851 Census - Hartfield, Sussex
1851 Census - Heathfield, Sussex
1851 Census - Hellingly, Sussex
1851 Census - Herstmonceux, Sussex
1851 Census - Horsted Keynes, Sussex
1851 Census - Isfield, Sussex
1851 Census - Lamberhurst, Kent & Sussex
1851 Census - Laughton, Sussex
1851 Census - Little Horsted, Sussex
1851 Census - Maresfield, Sussex
1851 Census - Mayfield, Sussex
1851 Census - Rotherfield and Crowborough, Sussex
1851 Census - Ticehurst and Stonegate, Sussex
1851 Census - Uckfield, Sussex
1851 Census - Wadhurst, Sussex
1851 Census - Waldron, Sussex
1851 Census - Warbleton, Sussex
1851 Census - Wartling, Sussex
1851 Census - Withyham, Sussex
1851 Census - Worth, Crawley and West Hoathly, Sussex
1861 Census - Frant, Sussex and part of Tunbridge Wells
1861 Census - Mayfield, Sussex
1861 Census - Rotherfield and Crowborough, Sussex
1871 Census - Frant, Sussex and part of Tunbridge Wells
1871 Census - Mayfield, Sussex
1871 Census - Rotherfield and Crowborough, Sussex
1881 Census - Arlington, Sussex
1881 Census - Ashurst, Kent
1881 Census - Bidborough, Kent
1881 Census - Brasted, Kent
1881 Census - Burwash, Sussex
1881 Census - Buxted, Sussex
1881 Census - Capel, Kent
1881 Census - Chevening and Chipstead, Kent
1881 Census - Chiddingly, Sussex
1881 Census - Chiddingstone, Kent
1881 Census - Cowden, Kent
1881 Census - Cranbrook, Kent
1881 Census - East Grinstead, Sussex
1881 Census - East Hoathly, Sussex
1881 Census - Edenbridge, Kent
1881 Census - Fletching, Sussex
1881 Census - Framfield, Sussex
1881 Census - Frant, Sussex and part of Tunbridge Wells
1881 Census - Goudhurst, Kent
1881 Census - Hadlow, Kent
1881 Census - Hailsham, Sussex
1881 Census - Halstead, Kent
1881 Census - Hartfield, Sussex
1881 Census - Hawkhurst, Sussex
1881 Census - Heathfield, Sussex
1881 Census - Hellingly, Sussex
1881 Census - Herstmonceux, Sussex
1881 Census - Hever, Kent
1881 Census - Hooe, Sussex
1881 Census - Horsted Keynes, Sussex
1881 Census - Isfield, Sussex
1881 Census - Lamberhurst, Kent & Sussex
1881 Census - Laughton, Sussex
1881 Census - Leigh, Kent
1881 Census - Little Horsted, Sussex
1881 Census - Maresfield, Sussex
1881 Census - Mayfield, Sussex
1881 Census - Ninfield, Sussex
1881 Census - Otford, Kent
1881 Census - Penshurst, Kent
1881 Census - Rotherfield and Crowborough, Sussex
1881 Census - Sevenoaks, Kent
1881 Census - Shoreham, Kent
1881 Census - Southborough, Kent
1881 Census - Speldhurst, Kent
1881 Census - Sundridge, Kent
1881 Census - Ticehurst and Stonegate, Sussex
1881 Census - Tonbridge and Hildenborough, Kent
1881 Census - Tudeley, Kent
1881 Census - Tunbridge Wells, Kent
1881 Census - Uckfield, Sussex
1881 Census - Wadhurst, Sussex
1881 Census - Waldron, Sussex
1881 Census - Warbleton, Sussex
1881 Census - Wartling, Sussex
1881 Census - Westerham, Kent
1881 Census - Withyham, Sussex
1891 Census - Burwash, Sussex
1891 Census - Buxted, Sussex
1891 Census - Cowden, Kent
1891 Census - East Grinstead, Sussex
1891 Census - Edenbridge, Kent
1891 Census - Hartfield, Sussex
1891 Census - Hever, Kent
1891 Census - Mayfield, Sussex
1891 Census - Rotherfield and Crowborough, Sussex
1891 Census - Ticehurst and Stonegate, Sussex
1891 Census - Tonbridge and Hildenborough, Kent
1891 Census - Westerham, Kent
1891 Census - Withyham, Sussex
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/681: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 1; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: Lewis Gear

Boundary Being that part of the Town bounded on the East by a line drawn from the Lower Bridge High Street to the Mission Room at Cage Green
Contents All the Houses on the western side of High Street including New Wharf and houses on the London Road, all the houses in Dry Hill Park, Soho Cottages, Charltons and Hawden Farm and Cottages, also Grammar School and House.
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/681: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 2; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: Henry Cogger

Boundary Being that part of town bounded on the West by a line drawn from the Lower Bridge High Street to the Pot Kiln Houses on the London Road
Contents All the houses on the Western Side of High Street commencing at Castle Street near the Old Town Hall including all Castle Street, Castle Square, The Castle, Bank Street, The Slade, Houselands and Pot Kiln Houses near the London Road
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/681: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 3; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: James Francis Reynolds

Boundary Being that part of the Town bounded on the West by a line drawn from the Lower Bridge to Frog's Bridge on the Shipbourne Road
Contents All the houses on the Eastern side between the Lower Bridge and Frog's Bridge on the Shipbourne Road including High Street, Botany Bay, The Wharf, Gas House and East Street to Charlton Terrace, The Mill, Tanyard, Hadlow Road, Garden Terrace, Meadow Cottages, Pig Lane Cottages, Church Street, Church Yard, Bordyke, Dry Hill, The Elms, Cottages on Monk's Farm, Yardley, Cage Farm and Cottages thereon.
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/681: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 4; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: Thomas Henry Day

Boundary Being that part of the Town bounded on the East by a line drawn from the Lower Bridge to Brook Street Lane
Contents All the houses between the Lower Bridge and Brook Street Lane including Lambert's Yard, Cottages in Barden and Danver's Roads right and left, including Barden House, Barden Lodge and Cottages. All the houses in Albert Road, Priory Terrace, Salford Terrace, Prospect Row, Waterloo Road right and left, Meadow Lawn to Brook Street Lane including Brook House and Batchelors Cottages, and also Snelling and Goodhart's Row and Wingate's Yard.
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/681: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 5; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: Albert Edward Relf

Boundary Being that part of the Town bounded on the West by a line drawn from the Lower Bridge to the lamp on St Stephen's Green, opposite the Vicarage
Contents All the houses between the Lower Bridge and St. Stephen's Green including Station Cottages, Merry Vale, Bourner Cottages, Station Square, all Vale Road and Orphan Place to Brook Cottages, Salubrions and houses opposite, Strawberry Vale, Rose Street and Pembury Grove.
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/681: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 6; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: George Payne

Boundary Being that part of the Town bounded on the East by a line drawn from the Black Railway Arch at the foot of Lavender Hill to the Quarry Hill Road
Contents All the Houses from the Black Arch on the West, including Lavender Hill, Part of Pembury Grove, Priory Street, Priory Grove, Priory Walk, Priory Road including Police Station and Alms Houses in Pembury Road
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/681: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 7; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: Walter Taylor

Boundary Being all that part of the Town and Parish bounded on the East by St. Stephens Street, to Hastings Road, crossing Quarry Hill Road to the corner of Brook Street Lane and following the West side of Quarry Hill Road to Mabledon House
Contents All the houses in St. Stephens Street, and Alexandra Road including Bickley Cottages and Cottages at back of Eastern side of St. Stephens Street, also all that part of the Parish of Tonbridge that lies between the Tonbridge Wells Road on the West side (commencing at Brook Street Lane) and the River Medway including Lower Haysden, Mabledon House and the Lower Lodges, Quarry Hill House and Lodge.
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/682: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 8; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: Edward Warner

Boundary Being that part bounded on the West by the Tunbridge Wells Road in a line from the Lamp on St Stephens Green to the Gate opposite the Upper Lodge at Mabledon
Contents All that part of the parish of Tonbridge that lies on the East side of the Tunbridge Wells Road, commencing at the Lamp on St Stephens Green ennumerating all the Houses at Quarry Hill including Woodlands to the Gate opposite the Upper Lodge at Mabledon, thence to Mabledon Farm by the Road to Vauxhall Lane to the Road leading to Pembury, the Cottage at High Bank, HighBank, all Primrose Hill, Bloodshots, and all on that side of the Road to Nevas Punnetts, including Punnetts Cottage on the Bank, and the Tilehouse Cottages, Walter and Hectorage Farms, Cottage at the Junction, Sewage Cottage, and all on the left of Lodge Oak Lane to the Tudely Brook, including Priory Mill, The Postern, Rats Castle and all on that side of the River Medway including Farm House near Tudely Hale
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/682: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 9; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: Albert S. Copper

Boundary Being that part bounded on the South by the Pembury Road and on the North by Lodge Oak lane as far as Woodsgate House
Contents All that part of the parish of Tonbridge that lies on the Right of Lodge Oak Lane and the left of Pembury Road, including Somerhill Lodges, Fish Lodge, Somerhill House, Knowles Bank and all the Houses on the left to Woodsgate House inclusive, leaving out the Tunbridge Union Workhouse - including the Cottages in Pembury Forest and Park Farm Somerhill
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/682: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 10; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: John Francis

Boundary Being that part of the Parish of Tonbridge on the South Side of the London Road by a line drawn from Mr. Greenwoods to Nizells
Contents All that part of the Parish commencing at the Cottage opposte Mr. Greenwoods, thence to House lately occupied by Mr. Woodhams, to Stringers and Baileys Cottages, Selbeys farm, Selbeys Cottages, Little Hawden, four Cottages at Powder Mills, Cottages near the entrance to Meopham park, Meopham House, Stocks Green Lane and Cottages therein, Stocks Green Farm, Cottages in Lower Street Lane, Lower Street, Tips Cross, Eggpie Lane, Old House, Philpots, Noble Tree Cross, Bourne Farm, Nizells, and all that part of the Parish on the South side of the London Road, between Mr Greenwoods and the Upper and Lower Cocks.
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/682: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 11; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: Joseph Latham

Boundary Being that part of the Parish of Tonbridge on the North Side of the London Road by a line drawn from Mr Greenwoods to Nizels
Contents All that part of the Parish commencing at Mr. Greenwoods, thence to two Cottages at the back thereof to Trench Farm, Cold Harbour, Cold Harbour Lane, Hollanden House, Belle Vue, Tinley Lodge, Childrens Bank Farm and all that part of the parish that lies on the North Side of the London Road and the first and last Houses named, including the Houses near Hildenborough Church, Shipbourne Road, Mount Pleasant, Half Moon, Oak Hill and Flying Horse
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/682: Tonbridge Enumeration District No 11; Sub-District: Tonbridge; Enumerator: Manasseh Stonestreet

Boundary Being that part of the Parish of Tonbridge on the North Side of the London Road, and the West Side of the Shipbourne Road, commencing at the Cemetery Gate.
Contents The Cemetery Gate Cottage, the Cottages at Cage Green, Pinnacles, Little Trench, Horns Lodge and Cottages, Cottages near the Twenty Acres Field, to Cottages at Lambert's Farm, Hilden House and Cottages, to the Cottages at the Foot of Hilden Hill.
The whole in the South Western (or Tonbridge) Parliamentary Division of Kent
1891 Tonbridge Census
Reference RG12/682: Workhouse

Tunbridge Union Workhouse at Sandhill near Pembury in the parish of Tunbridge

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