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TicehurstBodiam, Burwash, Etchingham, Frant, Lamberhurst (1837-95), Salehurst, Ticehurst, Wadhurst.Frant, Salehurst, Ticehurst, Wadhurst.Magnifying glass image
UckfieldBuxted, Crowborough, Danehill, East Hoathly, Fletching, Framfield, Hadlow Down, Isfield, Little Horsted, Maresfield, Mayfield, Rotherfield, Uckfield, Waldron.Framfield; Isfield; Maresfield; RotherfieldMagnifying glass image
ChaileyBarcombe, Chailey, Ditchling, East Chitlington, Hamsey, Newick, Plumpton, Ringmer, Streat, Westmeston, Wivelsfield. Chailey;Ditchling.Magnifying glass image
BattleAshburnham, Battle, Bexhill, Brightling, Catsfield, Crowhurst, Dallington, Ewhurst, Hollington, Mountfield, Penhurst, Sedlescombe, Westfield, Whatlington.Battle, Bexhill, Ewhurst.Magnifying glass image
BrightonBrighton. East Brighton; Kemptown; Palace; St. Peter; West Brighton. Magnifying glass image
ChichesterBarlavington (1837-69), Bignor (1837-69), Bognor (1837-69), Burton (1837-69), Bury (1837-69), Chichester Coates (1837-69), Duncton (1837-69), Egdean (1837-69), Fittleworth (1837-69), Greatham (1837-69), Heyshott (1837-69), Portfield (from 1896), Rumboldswyke (from 1896), South Bersted (1837-69), Sutton (1837-69). Chichester; South Bersted; Sutton. Magnifying glass image
CranbrookHawkhurst (1837-86).Cranbrook; Hawkhurst.Magnifying glass image
CuckfieldAlbourne, Ardingly, Balcombe, Bolney, Clayton, Cowfold (1837-97), Cuckfield, Haywards Heath, Horsted Keynes, Hurstpierpoint, Keymer, Lindfield, Newtimber, Pyecombe, Slaugham, TwinehamCuckfield; Lindfield; HurstpierpointMagnifying glass image
EastbourneAlciston (from 1898), Alfriston, Berwick (from 1898), Eastbourne, East Dean, Folkington, Friston, Hampden Park, Jevington, Litlington, Lullington, Norway, Pevensey, Seaford, Selmeston (from 1898), West Dean, Westham, Willingdon, Wilmington.Eastbourne; Seaford; Westham.Magnifying glass image
East GrinsteadCrawley (1837-80), Forest Row, East Grinstead, Hartfield, West Hoathly, Withyham, Worth.East Grinstead; Withyham; Worth.Magnifying glass image
East PrestonAngmering, Arundel, Broadwater, Burpham, Clapham, Climping, Durrington, East Preston, Ferring, Ford, Goring by Sea, Heene, Houghton, Kingston, Littlehampton, Lyminster, Patching, Poling, Rustington, South Stoke, Tortington, Warningcamp, West Tarring, Wick, Worthing.Arundel; Littlehampton; Worthing.Magnifying glass image
HailshamArlington, Chalvington (from 1898), Chiddingly, Hailsham, Heathfield, Hellingly, Herstmonceux, Hooe, Laughton, Ninfield, Ripe (from 1898), Warbleton, Wartling.Hailsham; Hellingly.Magnifying glass image
HambledonAlfold (1837-84). Cranleigh; Hambledon.Magnifying glass image
HastingsBlacklands, Fairlight, Guestling, Hastings, Ore, Pett. All Saints; Ore; St. Mary in the Castle; St. Mary Magdalene.Magnifying glass image
HorshamBillingshurst (from 1870), Cowfold (from 1897), Crawley (from 1880), Horsham, Ifield, Itchingfield, Lower Beeding, Nuthurst, Rudgwick (from 1870), Rusper, Shipley, Stinfold, Warnham, West Grinstead.North Horsham; South Horsham; West Horsham.Magnifying glass image
LewesAlciston (1838-98), Barcombe (from 1838), Beddingham (from 1838), Berwick (1838-98), Bishopstone (1837-98), Chailey (from 1838), Chalvington (1838-98), Denton (1837-98), Ditchling (from 1838), East Blatchington (1837-98), East Chitlington (from 1838), Falmer (1837-98), Glynde (from 1838), Hamsey (from 1838), Iford (1837-98), Kingston by Sea (1837-98), Lewes, Newhaven (1837-98), Newick (from 1838), Ovingdean (1837-98), Peacehaven (1837-98), Piddinghoe (1837-98), Plumpton (from 1838), Ripe (1838-98), Ringmer (from 1838), Rodmell (1837-98), Rottingdean (1837-98), Selmeston (1838-98), Southease (1837-98), South Heighton (1837-98), South Malling, Southover Without, Stanmer (1837-98), Streat (from 1838), Tarring Neville (1837-98), Telscombe (1837-98), West Firle (from 1838), Westmeston (from 1838), Wivelsfield (from 1838). Chailey; Ditchling; Lewes; Newhaven; Rottingdean; West Firle.Magnifying glass image

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