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Crowhurst is a civil parish in the Tandridge borough of Surrey. It has a population of 349. The parish church is dedicated to St George. Crowhurst Place, a Grade 1 Listed Building, is a moated manor house dating back to circa 1450. The place-name 'Crowhurst', first evidenced in 1189, means 'crow wood'. The parish lay within the Anglo-Saxon administrative division of Tandridge hundred. Crowhurst should not be confused with Crowhurst in East Sussex.
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Crowhurst, Surrey in John Bartholomew's "Gazetteer of the British Isles" (1887)
Crowhurst.-- par. and vil., E. Surrey, 9½ miles SE. of Reigate, 2119 ac., pop. 426; 1 m. S. of vil. is C. Place.
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