Hertfordshire Genealogy

Guide to Old Hertfordshire

 

Boxmoor

A parish created in Victorian times from part of the parish of Hemel Hempstead

 

Places

Boxmoor

Hemel Hempstead


St John's Church, Boxmoor
Posted 1906 - Valentines Series 54043

(also known in colour)

 

Roughdown and Shothanger Commons

 

Box Lane Independent Chapel

 

boxmoor-canal-needham

Grand Junction (Union) Canal

 
 

Boxmoor Baptist Church

Published by E. Needham & Co, Hemel Hempstead,

 "The Art Series" circa 1910

 

 The Boxmoor Baptist church owes its origin to the efforts of Mrs. Ann Hobson and Miss Mary Carey, sister of Carey the missionary. In 1822 they opened a room at Two Waters, and a Sunday school was begun there. In 1825 a chapel was erected and a church formed in the following year. A new chapel upon the same site was opened in 1864, From: 'Victoria County History, Hertfordshire: volume 2 (1908)

 

The Church has now been demolished


 

See Roughdown Villas. Boxmoor, Hemel Hempstead, 19th century

 

Railways of Hertfordshire)

 
 
 

Marchant Warrell, a paper worker who ran Bryan Donkin's improved Fourdrinier machine at Two Waters Mill (from The Book of Boxmoor)

 

Title Deed relating to Catlin Street

Books

The Book of Boxmoor

Boxmoor in Camera, by Roger and Joan Hands, 1993.

Royalty to Commoners: Four Hundred Years of the Box Moor Trust

 

School Photograph of Boxmoor School, circa 1910, showing the girls in class one.

Boxmoor School Pupils

     
Extra postcard images.
click on thumbnail picture

Canal at Boxmoor

Fishery Inn, Boxmoor

Moor & Canal

R. C. Church

St John's, Boxmoor

London Road, Boxmoor

London Road, Boxmoor

Northridge House

See also Hemel Hempstead, Dacorum and Vital Records

If you know of other books, websites, etc, relating to this place, please tell me.

August 2010   Added post card of R C Church
October 2010   Added PC of Baptist Church
November 2011   Added link to Catlin Street Deeds