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Dallington is a quiet, pretty place, off the main road and located in an idyllic spot in rural Sussex.
In 1864 the original church of St Giles was dismantled and rebuilt with only the crenulated tower and the spire surviving into the new building. The spire is a rarity in Sussex, as it is tiled in stone.
On the west face of the tower are the carved shield and buckle symbol of the Pelham family. Sir John Pelham fought in the battle of Poiters in 1356.
Church details, together with baptism, marriage, monumental inscription & burial records can be accessed by clicking on the church name.
612 individuals in the OPC Database for the 1841 census.
19 individuals in the OPC Database for the 1851 census.
27 individuals in the OPC Database for the 1861 census.
6 individuals in the OPC Database for the 1871 census.
7 individuals in the OPC Database for the 1881 census.
11 individuals in the OPC Database for the 1891 census.
10 individuals in the OPC Database for the 1901 census.
Great War Churches have photos of Dallington
The OPC database contains 78 poll register entries for people entitled to vote in this parish.
There are no protestation returns for this parish in the OPC database.
The OPC database contains 3 entries for people associated with this parish mentioned in Gazettes.
There are 30 images depicting this parish in the OPC database.
The OPC database contains no postal directory entries for this parish.
1867 Kelly's Directory for Dallington is available on the GENUKI site
There are no books about this parish in the Sussex OPC Bibliography.
There are 2 articles about this parish in the OPC Sussex Archeaological Collections Index.
There is 1 person from this parish in the OPC Sussex Archeaological Society Members Index.
The OPC database contains 1 will of someone who lived in this parish.
The OPC database contains 4 wills which mention this parish.
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