Cheshunt

Update in Progress

 

See also Flamstead End, Goff's Oak, Waltham Cross and Theobalds Park

 

The Manors of Cheshunt: the manor paramount, belonging to Sir George Rendlesham Prescott, bart.; Theobalds, belonging to the devisees of the late Thomas A Russell, esq.; Andrews and La Motte, to W. H. Mayo, esq.; the Rectory to the representatives of the late James Bentley, esq., D.L.; and Beaumont and Perriers, to Theodore John Fisher, esq.  [Kelly's Hertfordshire Directory, 1882]

Paterson Strip Map from 1785 showing the main road north out of London

Book: Cheshunt's Past in Pictures - an attractive collection of old photographs

Book: Waltham Cross Past

Book: Cheshunt in Hertfordshire

Book: Harold's Town and its Vicinity 1905 Homeland Guide to Waltham Abbey - including information on Waltham Cross and Cheshunt

Book: Historic Cheshunt - see extract on early non-conformity.

Book: Cheshunt College, the early years

Book: The Accounts of Thomas Green, 1742-1790

Census: 1851: Parts of area included in Middlesex on Ancestry

Web Site: Our Broxbourne (associated with Hertfordshire Memories)

Web: Lee Valley Online includes historical information on the principal towns and villages on the River including Ware.

   
 

Flamstead End

Goff's Oak

Theobalds Park

Waltham Cross

 
   
 

Selected Answers

Hope House, Cheshunt, 1914

 

If you have a relevant question why not Ask Chris

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

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Adjacent Parishes:  Hatfield, Holy Cross (Essex), Nazing (Essex), Northaw, Wormley

Cheshunt is in the Hertford Hundred and the Edmonton (Middlesex) Union.

Cheshunt Parish Church circa 1902
Dear Sabina. I have been through this church which also is very ancient. The Church faces the College. This church is locked up through the day. Inside are very ancient figures. The district about here is very pretty. W. Wright jr.

 

Victoria County History

GENUKI Logo

Cheshunt Church

Printed by M. & L. , Ltd., Glasgow and London for F.G.C., R.

Back suggest date circa 1904

 

Cheshunt Church - posted in 1911 
KROMO Series (Blum & Degen)

 

 

Book: Cheshunt's Past in Pictures - an attractive collection of old photographs

Book: Waltham Cross Past

Book: Cheshunt in Hertfordshire

Book: Harold's Town and its Vicinity 1905 Homeland Guide to Waltham Abbey - including information on Waltham Cross and Cheshunt

Book: Historic Cheshunt - see extract on early non-conformity.

Book: Cheshunt College, the early years

Book: The Accounts of Thomas Green, 1742-1790

Census: 1851: Parts of area included in Middlesex on Ancestry

Web Site: Our Broxbourne (associated with Hertfordshire Memories)

Web: Lee Valley Online includes historical information on the principal towns and villages on the River including Ware.

Links to extra postcard images.
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Cheshunt Great House

Cheshunt High Street

Old Houses, Cheshunt

Wesleyan Church

Cheshunt High Street
 
See Lowewood Museum

Crossbrook Street

High Street

 


High Street, Cheshunt - Posted 1906


Turners Hill, Cheshunt - circa 1920s

Bishops College Cheshunt
Cheshunt College was a non-conformist theological college from 1792 to 1905. Between 1909-1968 it was the Church of England's Bishops College. It is now council offices.

 

Dewhurst School

Cheshunt House from Hughson's Description of London, published circa 1810

Waltham Cross, Cheshunt. Waltham Abbey, Enfield Wash Hospital Carnival Committee 1920

Can you identify anyone?

   
     
February 2010   Engraving of Cheshunt House
June 2010   Link to hospital committee picture
July 2010   Additional P C of church, and reformat
June 2011   Our Broxbourne
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