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Bibliographical Sources in which the Name CORNWELL and CORNWALL is Mentioned

Anon, 'History of Antiquities of Horsham

Belloc, Hillaire, 'The County of Sussex', 'The Four Men'.

Cobbett, William, 'Rural Rides'.

Day, A. C., 'Glimpses of Rural Life in Sussex During the past 100 years'.

Edgerton, John Coker, 'Sussex Folk and Sussex Ways'.

Ellam, William Boys, 'Recollections of a Sussex Parson'.

Ellis, W. S., 'Parks and Forests of Sussex'.

Erredge, John Ackerson, 'A History of Brighthelmstone'.

Eustace, G. W., 'Arundel, Borough and Castle'.

Geering, Thomas, 'Our Sussex Parish'.

Grant, L., 'A Chronicle of Rye'.

Hay, Alexander, 'A History of Chichester'.

Horsfield, T. W., 'History and Antiquities of Lewes'.

Inderwick, F. A., 'The Story of King Edward and New Winchelsea'.

Lee, William, 'Ancient and Modern History of Lewes'.

Lower, Mark, Anthony, 'The Worthies of Sussex' A compendius History of Sussex.

Lucas, E. V., 'Highways and Byeways in Sussex'.

Margary, I. D., 'Roman Ways in the Weald'.

Mawer and Stenton, 'The Place Names of Sussex'.

Maynell, Esther, 'Sussex'.

Parry, J. D., 'An Historical and Discriptive Account of the Coast of Sussex'.

Stenton, F., 'Horsted Keynes'.

Straker, W., 'Wealden Iron'.

Winbolt, S. E., 'Wealden Glass'.

Wyndham, Richard, 'South Eastern Survey'.

Victoria County History: 'Sussex', 'The Sussex Archeological Collections'.

Sussex Notes and Queries.

The Sussex County Magazine.

TOMESTONE AT WALDRON

On this side be the remains of Robert Cornwell late of Mayfield, Yeoman, who died January . 1824 aged 73 years, and Mary his wife who died April 3rd. 1830, aged 70.

On the west side hereof are the remains of Robert son of Robert and Mary Cornwell.

On the south side of this pedestal lie the remains of Francis Susannah daughter of Robert and Mary Cornwell of Mayfield, spinster who died July 2nd. 1820 aged 28 years.

Beneath this pedestal are deposited the remains of Sarah (Cornwell) wife of John Smith of this parish, Yeoman, who died November 28th. Aged years. Also of John Smith who died December 26th. 1784 aged 58 years.

HEADSTONE AT WALDRON

In memory of Mary Francis daughter of Thomas and Mary Cornwell of Rotherfield who died January 23rd. 1833 aged 73 years, also of Corbett Smith Cornwell son of John Smith Cornwell and Mary his wife of Mayfield who died December 30th., 1833 aged 1 year 11 months.

MEMORIAL OUTSIDE 'STAR INN' WALDRON

Harry Cornwell - Middlesex Regiment. ************************************************

1776 - Thomas Cornwell (widower) of Waldron, Yeoman, marries Elizabeth Piper (widow). ************************************************


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