Created for Ticehurst and Flimwell Churches
Family History Research Most of the St Mary’s Church, Ticehurst, historical records have been passed to the The County Records Office at The Keep, Woollards Way, Brighton. List of Memorials and Identified Graves This register is maintained at Ticehurst and has some 3,000 names.  It lists all the memorials in the church on gravestones and ashes memorial plates.   Many of the older gravestones have become illegible through weather.  Details can be requested through the contacts. World War Memorials Two memorials in St Mary’s list a total of 82 men who died in the two wars, about most of whom we hold further personal information.   There are also Roll of Honour Boards in the church porch which list some 540 men and women who served in the two world wars.   Information on these records can be obtained from Bruce Mackenzie on 01580 201591 or via email.    He also has similar details of those named on the war memorials in St Augustine’s, Flimwell and in St Peter’s, Stonegate, as well as the memorial on what was Cooper’s Store in Ticehurst, all of which are in the area of the local branch of the Royal British Legion. 
St. Augustine’s Flimwell
St. Mary’s Ticehurst
Created for Ticehurst and Flimwell Churches
Family History Research Most of the St Mary’s Church, Ticehurst, historical records have been passed to the The County Records Office at The Keep, Woollards Way, Brighton. List of Memorials and Identified Graves This register is maintained at Ticehurst and has some 3,000 names.  It lists all the memorials in the church on gravestones and ashes memorial plates.   Many of the older gravestones have become illegible through weather.  Details can be requested through the contacts. World War Memorials Two memorials in St Mary’s list a total of 82 men who died in the two wars, about most of whom we hold further personal information.   There are also Roll of Honour Boards in the church porch which list some 540 men and women who served in the two world wars.   Information on these records can be obtained from Bruce Mackenzie on 01580 201591 or via email.    He also has similar details of those named on the war memorials in St Augustine’s, Flimwell and in St Peter’s, Stonegate, as well as the memorial on what was Cooper’s Store in Ticehurst, all of which are in the area of the local branch of the Royal British Legion. 
St Mary’s Ticehurst
 St Augustine’s Flimwell