Adjacent Parishes: Benington, Great Munden, Sacombe, Standon, Watton-at-Stone
It is in the Broadwater Hundred and the Ware Union
GREAT and LITTLE MUNDEN are agricultural parishes in Broadwater Hundred and Ware Union, about 6 miles north of Ware. There is a National School in each. The beneficies are rectories: Great Munden, valued P.R. 1834 at £785 per annum, in the patronage of the Crown; the present incumbent is the Rev. Henry Dawson, M.A. Little Munden, valued at £523 per annum, in the patronage of Charles Jollands, Esq., and the incumbancy of the Rev. Charles Jollands, M.A. Charities, £15 per annum to the poor.
The hamlets are DANE END, or MUNDEN FREWELL, near Little Munden, with a population of 175; HAULTWICK, or ARTIC, between Great and Little Munden, with a population of 202; NASTY, or MUNDEN FURNIVAL, with a population of 137; and GREEN END, population 113. BROCKHOLTS is to the east.
Post Office Directory for Herts, 1851
Book: The Protected Valley: A History of Little Munden
|The Rectory, Little Munden||Dane End House||Dane End Village|
|Greetings From||Little Munden Church||Dane End|
|Post Office, Dane End||White House||Dane End Village|
Web Site: The Mundens and Sacombe - a good village web site with pictures, history and genealogical items,
For information on Libury Hall see Libury Hall, Little Munden, early 20th century - also for farm and manor in 18th & 19th Century (with map).
See also Vital Records
Page updated November 2009