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Directory: 1845 Pike's Directory.

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Name: Jevington.

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JEVINGTON is a parish in the Union of Eastbourne, Hundred of Willingdon, and Rape of Pevensey 5 miles south-west from Hailsham, and 10 miles south-east from Lewes: the village is small: it consists of a few scattered houses and situated under the range of south down about half a mile west of the road from Lewes to Eastbourne. The church, dedicated to St Andrew is a small ancient structure. The area is 1,790 acres, and the population is 329 assessed at £1,807. The benefice a rectory, valued at £300 per annum, in the patronage of the Earl of Burlington. Letters received from Lewes.

For Coaches &c. see Willingdon:.

Coaches to Brighton every tues, thurs,& sat at 10am. To Eastbourne every mon, wed, & fri at ½ past 2pm. To London every mon, wed, & fri at ½ past 8am return the following day at ½ past 6pm.


Rev. Thomas E Dorville of Rectory.


John Filder, Farmer.

Wm Peerless, Blacksmith & Wheelwright.

John Reed, Farmer.

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