Ticehurst (surname)

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Ticehurst is an English surname. It is not known whether this surname refers to the village of Ticehurst, England or to a similarly named sub-manor of nearby Burwash which has since fallen into disuse. The surname was used as long ago as 1264, [1] and has been used continuously since at least 1432 by a family living in Ashburnham. [2]

In 1881 the surname was found almost entirely on the south coast of England, with the highest concentration of Ticehursts being located in Sussex [3] but the name has since spread further afield in the UK and also abroad.

Notable people with the surname include:

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References

  1. "Grant and quitclaim from (a) Robert de Myddletone, vicar of Heathfield, to (b) the church and canons of Holy Trinity, Hastings. Consideration: 40 marks. [15th cent. copy on paper]". The National Archives. 18 December 2008. Retrieved 18 January 2021.
  2. "Grant". The National Archives. 18 December 2008. Retrieved 18 January 2021.
  3. Ticehurst Surname at Forebears