THE LATH OF SUTTON AT HONE
North-west view of Rokesley Church
CONTAINING THE HUNDREDS OF
LITTLE and LESNES.
DARTFORD and WILMINGTON.
WESTERHAM and EATONBRIDGE.
THE HUNDRED OF
ROKESLEY, OTHERWISE RUXLEY,
LIES next north-eastward from that of Bromley
and Beckenham. In the general survey of Domesday it is called the hundred of Helmestrei, which name
it had lost before the reign of king Edward I. in the
7th year of which it was called by its present name,
the king and the archbishop of Canterbury being then
lords of it.
IT CONTAINS THE PARISHES OF
1. CHESILHURST, in part.
3. WEST WICKHAM.
11. ST. MARY CRAY.
12. PAUL'S CRAY.
13. FOOT'S CRAY.
14. NORTH CRAY with RUXLEY, and
And the churches of these parishes.
And also part of the parishes of Hever and Chidingstone, viz. so much as is within the borough of
Linckhill, the churches of which parishes are in another hundred. It is divided into the two half hundreds of Upper and Lower Ruxley, under the jurifdiction of two constables.