The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
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1615Christenings15811512664931212073182951397341
760Marriages2630622826849816219244224
348Burials42112111030243576744722
 

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. 296
1925Ticehurst: The Story of a Sussex Village by Leonard J. Hodson, LL.B. (Lond.) and Julia A. Odell ⇒ p. 42

Historical records

1785Ticehurst ChurchTicehurst Church, Ticehurst by Samuel Grimm and James Lambert (The Burrell Collection)The Burrell Collection
Samuel Hieronymous Grimm (1733-1794), artist, was born in Switzerland, studied in Berne and Paris before moving to Covent Garden, London in 1768. Besides his work as a commercial engraver and watercolour painter he is best known for some 2,500 commissioned watercolurs of antiquities, historic buildings and landscapes in the British Library (MSS 15537-48). Throughout the 1780s he toured Sussex, sketching churches, monuments, castles, abbeys and houses of the gentry
James Lambert, senior, (1725-1788) and his nephew James Lambert, junior, (1744-1799) were both landscape painters living in Lewes, Sussex. Between them they produced over 600 items, ranging from pencil sketches to large oils.
William Burrell (1732-96), antiquary, was born in Leadenhall Street, London, educated at Westminster School and Cambridge University. He became Chancellor of Worcester and Rochester Dioceses, M.P. for Haslemere and a Commissioner of Excise. From 1780 he employed Samuel Grimm and the Lamberts to make drawings of all the notable antiquities and important houses in Sussex, which he bequeathed to the British Museum in his will.
for more information refer to Sussex Views by Walter H. Godfrey and L.F. Salzman and Sussex Depicted by John Farrant, both published by the Sussex Record Society.

c 1879Ticehurst ChurchTicehurst Church, TicehurstHodson's Ticehurst

1903Ticehurst ChurchTicehurst Church, Ticehurst photographed by Francis FrithPrivate collection

1906Ticehurst ChurchTicehurst Church photographed by Francis FrithPrivate collection

1907Ticehurst Parish ChurchTicehurst Parish Church, TicehurstPrivate collection

c 1910Ticehurst ChurchTicehurst Church, TicehurstHodson's Ticehurst

1920Church StreetChurch Street, Ticehurst photographed by H.H. Camburn, Tunbridge Wells for P.H. Barton, Post Office, TicehurstPrivate collection

1923Church LaneChurch Lane, Ticehurst photographed by H.H. Camburn, Tunbridge Wells for P.H. Barton, Post Office, TicehurstPrivate collection

c 1930The ChurchThe Church, TicehurstJim Smith's records

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