The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
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3328Christenings236815517220935654070664943614
1342Marriages4064724670158194298262118182
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Books and other documents
PublishedTitle, author and references
1852Notes on the churches in the counties of Kent, Sussex and Surrey by The Rev. Arthur Hussey, M.A. ⇒ p. 234
1870A Compendious History of Sussex - Volume I. by Mark Antony Lower, M.A.p. 212
1902Historical Notes of Withyham, Hartfield and Ashdown Forest by C. N. Suttonp. 324

Historical records

1263 to 1288Occupation Rector of HartfieldWalterSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1288Occupation Rector of HartfieldRobert de BromSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1319 to 1325Occupation Rector of HartfieldRobert de BromSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1325 to 1336Occupation Rector of HartfieldWilliam de HikelyngSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1336 to 1337Occupation Rector of HartfieldMaster WalterSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1337Occupation Rector of HartfieldThomas de GaumullSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1337 to 1340Occupation Rector of HartfieldStephen LupardSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1340 to 1341Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn de MaltonSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1341 to 1344Occupation Rector of HartfieldWilliam PigotSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1344 to 1349Occupation Rector of HartfieldWilliam Mugge, M.D.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1349 to 1353Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn de SaxtonSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1353 to 1358Occupation Rector of HartfieldRichard de RavensereSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1358 to 1369Occupation Rector of HartfieldRichard de BokelbySt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1369Occupation Rector of HartfieldWalbertus de PragoSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1369 to 1395Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn SpicerSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1395 to 1406Occupation Rector of HartfieldThomas WysbecheSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1406 to 1414Occupation Rector of HartfieldRichard AlkryngtonSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1414 to 1438Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn WykeSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1438 to 1442Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn NeeleSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1442 to 1443Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn FarleySt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1443 to 1480Occupation Rector of HartfieldWilliam LeechSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1480Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn PlentySt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1480 to 1483Occupation Rector of HartfieldRichard PayneSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1483 to 1509Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn BurnettSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1509Occupation Rector of HartfieldGerard BurrellSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1509 to 1513Occupation Rector of HartfieldAdam FaceteSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1513 to 1516Occupation Rector of HartfieldWilliam GibsonSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1516Occupation Rector of HartfieldRobert ChappellSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1516 to 1520Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn AslabySt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1520Occupation Rector of HartfieldWilliam FleshmongerSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

c 1530Occupation Rector of HartfieldJames TurbervyleSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1555 to 1572Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn BuckeSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1572 to 1574Occupation Rector of HartfieldDavid LewisSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1574Occupation Rector of HartfieldThomas CookeSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1597Occupation Vicar of HartfieldWilliam MaudsleySt. Mary's ChurchBuckhurst Terrier

1609 to 1610Occupation Rector of HartfieldEdward Topsell, A.M.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1610 to 1622Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn Bowman, S.T.B.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1622 to 1640Occupation Rector of HartfieldRichard Randes, S.T.B.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1640 to 1641Occupation Rector of HartfieldRichard Steward, D.D.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1641Occupation Rector of HartfieldGeorge Morley, A.M.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

c 1650Occupation Rector of HartfieldCrayfordSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1660 to 1672Occupation Rector of HartfieldThomas BarlowSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1672 to 1675Occupation Rector of HartfieldMeinhard ShawSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1675 to 1697Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn Fielding, M.A.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1697Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn GrandorgeSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1729 to 1735Occupation Rector of HartfieldThomas Smith, A.M.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1735 to 1774Occupation Rector of HartfieldDaniel la Pla, LL.B.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1774 to 1781Occupation Rector of HartfieldHenry Pont, M.A.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1781 to 1807Occupation Rector of HartfieldEdward junior Wilson, B.D.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

c 1790Occupation Rector of HartfieldBarnabas KnellSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

16th Jan 1790DeathNicholas StreatfieldSt. Mary's ChurchHartfield Burial Registers

1807Occupation Rector of HartfieldWaller HutchisonSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

8th Jan 1807DeathMartha Streatfield [Garrett]St. Mary's ChurchHartfield Burial Registers

c 1810Occupation Rector of HartfieldLord Aston, M.A.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1815 to 1830Occupation Rector of HartfieldSamuel Slade, D.D.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1st May 1816DeathPhilly StreatfieldSt. Mary's ChurchHartfield Burial Registers

18th Jun 1828DeathRichard StreatfieldSt. Mary's ChurchHartfield Burial Registers

1830 to 1859Occupation Rector of HartfieldJohn JowettSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1859 to 1891Occupation Rector of HartfieldEdward Thomas William Polehampton, M.A.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1867Directory entrySt. Mary's ChurchPost Office Directory
The church of St. Mary is a neat stone structure with square tower and 6 hells, and high shingled spire: It has nave and south aisle, and front gallery : there are tablets to the Maitland, Swiney, Henniker and Jowett families, and a handsome memorial tablet, placed by the rector in memory of his brother, the Rev. Henry Polehampton, chaplain to the garrison of Lucknow, and killed during the siege of that place in 1857: the church has been reseated with open sittings, accommodating 300 people, one hundred sittings being free and unappropriated, and generally restored, at the cost of £1,000. A handsome organ of the value of £200. has also been presented hy C. Liddell, Esq., of Sandhurst. The register dates from 1697. The living is a rectory and vicarage, with the chapelry of St. Peter's annexed, yearly value,.£636 in the gift of the Earl De La Warr, and held hy the Rev. Edward Polehampton, M.A., of Pembroke College, Oxford.

1874Directory entrySt. Mary's ChurchPost Office Directory
The church of St. Mary has a square tower and 6 bells, and high shingled spire, chancel, nave and south aisle: there are tablets to the Maitland, Swiney, Henniker, and Jowett families, and a handsome tablet, placed by the rector in memory of his brother, the Rev. Henry Polehampton, chaplain to the garrison of Lucknow, who was killed during the siege of that place in 1857: the church has been reseated with open sittings, and restored : a handsome organ, of the value of £200, was presented by C. Liddell, esq., of Landhurst. The register dates from the year 1697. The living is a rectory and vicarage, with the parochial chapelry of St. Peter's annexed joint yearly value £636, in the gift of the Earl De La Warr, and held by the Rev. Edward Polehampton, M.A., late Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford.

c 1875Buckhurst, Balls Green, St Mary's & St Michael's, Hartfield & Withyham - c 1875Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1875 by Ordnance SurveySt Marys Church

1882Directory entrySt. Mary's ChurchKelly's Directory
The church of St. Mary is an edifice in the Early English and Decorated styles, consisting of chancel, nave, south aisle and a tower, with shingled broach spire, containing 6 bells: there are tablets to the Maitland, Swiney, Henniker and Jowett families and a memorial placed by the rector in memory of his brother, the Rev. Henry Polehampton, chaplain to the garrison of Lucknow, who was killed during the siege of that place in 1857, to whom also a western memorial window has been erected by his schoolfellows ; the stained east window was inserted by Colonel Maitland, in memory of General Maitland: the church has been re-seated with open sittings and restored: the organ was presented by C. Liddell esq. of Landhurst. The register dates from the year 1697. The living is a rectory and vicarage, yearly value £902, with residence, in the gift of the Earl De la Warr, and held since 1859 by the Rev. Edward Thomas William Polehampton M.A. late fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford and chaplain to the patron.

1891Occupation Rector of HartfieldRichard Formby, M.A.St. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes

1902Hartfield ChurchSt. Mary's ChurchSutton's Historical Notes
This Parish Church (dedicated to St Mary the Virgin) is beautifully situated on rising ground, and can be seen from a distance of many miles owing to the lofty tower and steeple, which give it the appearance of a miniature cathedral

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