The Diary of Thomas Turner 1754 - 1765
An eighteenth-century shopkeeper's unique chronicle of village life. Eleven colourful years of work, life and boisterous parties for Thomas Turner - shopkeeper, schoolmaster, undertaker, tax-gatherer, churchwarden and much besides.
8 Country Walks In The Steps of Thomas Turner 18th Century Sussex Diarist
"As Clean a Lot of Children as He Had Ever Seen"
The story of East Hoathly Schools from 1865
Whilst Thomas Turner kept school for a year from April 1775 and negotiated the "hire of Mr. Virgoe's house to teach school in" - now The King's Head - the official Logs Books weren't started until the opening of a newly built school in 1865. At that time The Log Books document the scathing comments made by the East Hoathly headmasters about the local Dame Schools in the area.
In Loving Memory
Grave Inscriptions and Memorials in East Hoathly Churchyard
A project to plot and map the grave stones and memorials in the church yard making it easier for people to trace their sometimes lost relatives.
Remember Them Well
'Lest We Forget' - East Hoathly and Halland
This book is a follow on from "In Loving Memory" and was started as a Millennium project to research the names on the East Hoathly war Memorial. After a long delay the project was taken up again and the research expanded to a wider area.
East Hoathly with Halland 2000 Church Kneelers Millennium Project
Available from: Clara's Books
The Wealden Parish Map Project was devised by Wealden District Council to mark the Millennium and record the various societies and activities of the Wealden parishes.
It was decided to create a series of church kneelers to represent each society, organisation and some of the businesses within the parish. This book shows the result of hundreds of hours work by some dedicated skilful people.