The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
Hawkenbury      Tunbridge Wells  

Books and other documents
PublishedTitle, author and references
1883Pelton's Illustrated Guide to Tunbridge Wells by J. Radford Thomson, M.A. ⇒ p. 138

Places in Hawkenbury
Barnetts Cottages
Blacklands Cottages
Blunts Cottages
Brickyard Cottages
Brookers Shop
Brotherhood Cottage
Burtons Cottage
Camdens Cottages
Camdens Grocers Shop
Chapple Cottage
Chapple Lane
Hawkenbury House
Hawkenbury National School
Joslins Cuttages
Laurel Cottage
Low Cottage
Paiges Row
Palmers Farm
Polards Row
Spratts Row
Spread Eagle Inn
Spring Row
Strawberry Gardens
Tea Chest Row
Tunnell Cottage
Tuttys Common
Tuttys Farm
Tuttys Village
Webbs [a.k.a. Rainers Brook] Farm
Whortleberry Farm
Whybournes Gate
Whybourns Farm
Windmill Farm
Wood House
Historical records

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation BRICKLAYERJames SkinnerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeSarah Skinner
Daughter; occupation SERVANTHarriot Skinner
Daughter; occupation SERVANTSarah Skinner
Son; occupation BRICKLAYERAlfred Skinner
Son; occupation LABOURERGeorge Skinner
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARMary Skinner

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; widowed; occupation: sempstressLouisa Maynard, sempstressHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: general dealerWilliam Harmer, cordwinder and bird dealerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Wife; occupation: general dealerSarah Harmer [Ware]
Son; occupation: scholarWilliam Harmer
Daughter; occupation: scholarSarah Harmer
Son; occupation: scholarEdwin Harmer, tailor
Daughter; occupation: scholarMatilda Harmer
Son; occupation: scholarJohn Harmer

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation BRICKLAYERWilliam SkinnerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Wife; occupation ServantKate Skinner
Son; occupation SCHOLARStevenson Skinner
SonJohn Skinner

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation LABOURERWilliam YoungHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Wife; occupation LABOURERMercy Young [Wood]

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: brick makerJohn Brooker, brick makerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeSarah Brooker
SonEliza Annie Brooker
SonSarah Brooker
SonAnnslow Baker Brooker
SonJohn Brooker

30th Mar 1851CensusHead, occupation: brick makerRichard Batchelor, brick makerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeSarah Batchelor
Daughter, occupation: scholarElizabeth Batchelor
Daughter, occupation: scholarSarah Batchelor
Daughter, occupation: scholarEliza Batchelor

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation Farm labourerJames TomsettHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeMatilda Tomsett [Smith]
Son; handicap: cripple; unemployedDavid Smith
Son; occupation Farm labourerJames Tomsett
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARMary Tomsett
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARSarah Tomsett
Son; occupation SCHOLARWilliam Tomsett
Father-in-law; widowed; occupation NO OCCUPATIONSamuel Smith

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation CARPENTERRichard PollardHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Niece, occupation: housekeeperSarah Blunt
Son, occupation: scholarJerry Blunt
Son, occupation: scholarHenry Blunt
DaughterMary Ann Blunt

30th Mar 1851CensusHead, occupation: farm labourerGeorge Chantler, farm labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeAmelia Chantler
Daughter, occupation: scholarMary Chantler
Son, occupation: scholarJames Chantler
Son, occupation: scholarGeorge Chantler
SonJohn Chantler
Lodger; occupation: farm labourerWilliam Mepham
Lodger's daughter; occupation: scholarEliza Manktelow [Mepham]

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: road labourerRichard Baker, labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeEliza Baker [Couchman]
Son; occupation: labourerGeorge Baker
Son; occupation: scholarWilliam Couchman
Son; occupation: scholarJohn Couchman
Son; occupation: scholarHenry Baker
Son; occupation: scholarThomas Baker, labourer
SonAmos Albert Baker

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: farm labourerRichard Turner, farm labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeMary Ann Turner
Lodger; occupation: farm labourerSamuel Eaton

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: farm labourerEdward Knight, farm labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeMary Knight

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation DEALER in MARINE STORESObediah SkinnerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeHarriot Skinner
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARCaroline Skinner
Son; occupation SCHOLARThomas Skinner
Daughter; occupation SCHOLAREmily G. Skinner

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation Farm labourerThomas SeamerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeEllen Seamer
DaughterHannah West
DaughterEned West
Son; occupation ScholarWilliam Seamer
Lodger; widowed; occupation: no occupationSamuel Hoad

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation GROCER MASTERSamuel Wickens, master grocerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeJemima Wickens
DaughterCecilia Louisa Wickens
SonAlbert Wickens
SonWalter Wickens, painter and paper hanger
SonHarry Wickens, plumber
DaughterElizabeth Wickens
SonSamuel Douglas Wickens, tailor

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation FARM LABOURERJohn Nash, farm labourerFrant1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Wife; occupation School mistressMary Nash [Huggett]

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; handicap: deaf; occupation BAKERWilliam Jarrett, bakerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeMary Ann Jarrett

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; widowed; occupation Farm labourerSusannah RussellHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
DaughterMary Russell
SonHenry Russell
DaughterElizabeth Russell
Lodger; occupation Farm labourerGeorge Whittle

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; widowed; occupation: hawkerSarah BarnsHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Son; occupation: railway labourerHugo Barns
Daughter; occupation: servantSarah Barns
Daughter; occupation: scholarEllen Barns
Son; occupation: scholarAlexander Barns
Grand-daughter; occupation: scholarSarah Ann Barns

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: farm labourerThomas MoonHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeAnn Sophia Moon [Knight]
Son; occupation: labourerBenjamin Moon
Son; occupation: labourerWilliam Moon, labourer
Daughter; occupation: scholarCharlotte Fanny Moon
Daughter; occupation: scholarAnn Moon
Daughter; occupation: scholarFanny Hickmott [Moon]

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation GROCERStephen WilliamsHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeElizabeth Williams
SonWalter Williams

30th Mar 1851CensusHead, occupation: farm labourerThomas Crundwell, farm labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeMary Crundwell

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: farm labourerJoseph Card, farm labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Wife; occupation: servantEliza Card [Sargent]
Daughter; occupation: scholarAdelaide Elizabeth Allchin [Card]
Son; occupation: scholarJohn Card, gardener
Daughter; occupation: scholarFrances Card
Daughter; occupation: scholarHarriot Card

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: farm labourerWilliam King, farm labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeCaroline King
Son; occupation: scholarJohn King
Son; occupation: scholarJames King
Son; occupation: scholarStephen King
Son; occupation: scholarHenry King
Daughter; occupation: scholarAnna King
Daughter; occupation: scholarMary Ann King
SonFrederick King
LodgerCatherine Huggett

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation CARPENTERZebulon TindellHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeHannah Tindell
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARMary Ann Tindell
Son; occupation SCHOLARThomas Tindell
Daughter; occupation SCHOLAREliza Tindell
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARIsabella Tindell
Son; occupation SCHOLARHenry Tindell
SonWilliam Tindell

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: brick makerWilliam Brooker, brick makerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeSarah Brooker [Paige]
Daughter; occupation: scholarHarriet Walter [Brooker]
Daughter; occupation: scholarCharlotte P. Brooker
DaughterSarah Ann Brooker
SonWilliam Albert Brooker, carman
Lodger; occupation Farm labourerEdward Roach
Lodger's wifeHarriot Roach
Lodger's daughterHarriot Roach

30th Mar 1851CensusHead, widowed, occupation: needle womanPhiladelphia BonesHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Son, occupation: scholarWilliam Bones
Son, occupation: scholarIden Bones
Son, occupation: scholarJohn Bones

30th Mar 1851CensusHead, occupation: sawyerJohn Barnett, sawyerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Servant; occupation: housekeeperJane Harmer
Son; occupation: scholarJohn Barnett Harmer
Son; occupation: scholarWilliam Barnett Harmer
SonJoseph Barnett Harmer

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: farm labourerGeorge Divall, farm labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeMary Ann Divall [Rogers]
Daughter; occupation: scholarSophia Elizabeth Divall
Daughter; occupation: scholarMary Ann Divall [Divall]
Son; occupation: scholarGeorge Divall
Daughter; occupation: scholarLois Newman [Divall]
DaughterSarah Hallet Stephens [Divall]

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: farm labourerGeorge Miles, farm labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeCharlotte Miles
Daughter; occupation: scholarAnn Miles
Son; occupation: scholarHenry Miles, beer house keeper
DaughterMary Jane Miles

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: farm labourerObed Dann, farm labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeFrances Dann [Brooker]
Son; occupation: farm labourerHenry Brooker
DaughterPhoebe Hillman [Dann]
Son; occupation: scholarJoshua Dann
Daughter; occupation: scholarSusannah Dann
Daughter; occupation: scholarEmily Dann
DaughterCaroline Skinner [Dann]
SonAlbert Dann, gardener

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: sawyerEdward Lowell, sawyerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeMartha Lowell
Son; occupation: farm labourerRaymond Lowell
SonJacob Lowell
SonJames Lowell
SonJohn Lowell

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation Farm labourerCharles PankhurstHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeMartha Pankhurst
Son; occupation SCHOLARAlfred Pankhurst
Son; occupation SCHOLARCharles Pankhurst
DaughterCharlotte Pankhurst
DaughterAnn Pankhurst

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation Farm labourerSamuel WeddellHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeEliza Weddell [Russell]
Son; occupation Farm labourerJesse Weddell
DaughterEliza Weddell
Son; occupation Farm labourerThomas Weddell
Son; occupation SCHOLARJoseph Weddell
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARSusan Weddell
Son; occupation SCHOLARSamuel Weddell
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARHannah Weddell
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARElizabeth Weddell
SonFrederick Weddell

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation WHEELWRIGHTJoseph SmithHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeJane Smith
SonHenry Smith
Grand-father; widowed; occupation LABOURERRichard Smith

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation MARKET GARDENERPhilip PaigeHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeMary Paige
Son; occupation LABOURERWilliam Paige
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARMary Paige
Son; occupation SCHOLARFrederick Paige
Daughter; occupation SCHOLAREmma Paige
Son; occupation SCHOLARHenry Paige

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation: farm labourerJames Shoebridge, farm labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeAnn Shoebridge [Huggett]
Son; occupation: scholarIsaac Shoebridge, gardener's labourer

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation Farm labourerJames SmithHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeElizabeth Smith
DaughterSusan Smith
SonJames Smith
DaughterJane Smith
Lodger; occupation: farm labourerAlfred Hayward, farm labourer
Lodger's wifeAnn Hayward
Lodger's daughterSarah Ann Hayward

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation Farm labourerJames YoungHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeCaroline Young
Son; occupation SCHOLARWilliam Young
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARMatilda Young
DaughterEsther Young
SonGeorge Young

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation Farm labourerHenry WiseHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeHarriet Wise
Son; occupation LABOURERHenry Walter Wise
Servant; occupation: house servantMary Ann Johnson

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation BRICKLAYERJames SkinnerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Wife; occupation ServantHarriet Skinner
DaughterEmily Skinner
DaughterElizabeth Skinner
Son-in-law; occupation: scholarHenry Field

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation Brick makerJohn WilesHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeCharlotte Wiles

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation Shoe makerThomas WinderHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeHarriet Winder
Son; occupation FARM LABOURERSamuel Winder
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARHannah Winder

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; occupation Needle womanAbigail VenneHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARCaroline Venne
Son; occupation SCHOLARGeorge Venne
Daughter; occupation SCHOLARHarriot Venne
Lodger; widowedElizabeth Weddle
Lodger; occupation LABOURERJoseph Weddle
LodgerHarriet Weddle
Lodger's sonRobert Weddle

30th Mar 1851CensusHead, occupation: farmer and droverJohn Brotherwood, labourerHawkenbury1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeJane Brotherwood
Son, occupation: farm labourerJohn Brotherwood
Son, occupation: scholarWilliam Brotherwood
Son, occupation: scholarThomas Brotherwood
Daughter, occupation: scholarMary Ann Brotherwood

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; widowed; employs 1 person; occupation FARMERThomas WatermanForest Garden1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
Sister-in-law; widowed; occupation HOUSEKEEPERSarah Stevens
Son; occupation LABOURERThomas Waterman
Servant; occupation: servantGeorge Dann, gardener
VisitorSarah Waterman

30th Mar 1851CensusHead, occupation: farmerJohn Crundwell, farmerForest Pan1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeMary Crundwell

30th Mar 1851CensusHead; employs 2 people; occupation: farmerWilliam Streeter, farmerWindmill Cottage1851 Census
Frant, Sussex
WifeAnn Streeter [Norman]
Grand-son; occupation: labourerThomas Streeter

1874Directory entryHawkenburyPost Office Directory
At Hawkenbury, a hamlet in the Kentish portion, is a School Church, where divine service is performed on Sunday. The charities are £23 per annum, arising from bequests made by Thomas Weller in 1667, and by Henry Smith in 1628.

c 1875Bells Yew Green North and Hawkenbury, Sussex - c 1875Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1875 by Ordnance SurveyHawkenbury

3rd Apr 1881CensusJames Mepham, M, Head, age 28, born Frant; occupation: farm labourerJames Mepham, farm labourerJoslins Cottages1881 Census
Frant, Sussex
Ellen Mepham, F, Wife, age 28, born Mark crossEllen Mepham [Manktelow]
Ernest Mepham, M, Son, age 4, born Frant; occupation: scholarErnest Mepham
Bessie Mepham, F, Daughter, age 5, born Frant; occupation: scholarBessie Maude Mepham
Amos Mepham, M, Son, age 2, born FrantAmos Mepham
Alfred Mepham, M, Lodger, single, age 20, born Pembury; occupation: farm labourerAlfred Mepham

1882Directory entryBrooker William, farmer & brick maker, HawkenburyHawkenburyKelly's Directory

1882Directory entryHawes Julia (Mrs.), farmer, HawkenburyHawkenburyKelly's Directory

1882Directory entryWilliams Stephen, shopkeeper, HawkenburyHawkenburyKelly's Directory

1882Directory entryHawkenburyKelly's Directory
At HAWKENBURY, a hamlet in the Kentish portion, is a School Church, where divine service is performed on Sunday. An undenominational chapel was erected in 1874. The charities are £26 6s. 7d. arising from a bequest of £5 yearly, by Thomas Weller in 1667 which is distributed in bread, and one of £21 6s. 7d. left by Henry Smith, of Wandsworth, and Alderman of London, in 1628.

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