- [S103] 1861 Census Returns of England and Wales, General Register Office, (7 April 1861;), RG 9., RG 9/473 f.? p.18 (Reliability: 3).
Turnpike House, Meopham
Samuel Hilder, Head, Un, 50, Toll Collector Umbrella Repairer [last two words crossed through] & Jobbing Tin Smith, Sussex Salehurst
Hannah Hilder, Mother, W, 75, Sussex Beckly
- [S102] 1851 Census Returns of England and Wales, Home Office, (30 March 1851;), HO 107/1615 f.352 p.2 sched.6 (Reliability: 3).
Upper Green in the Village, Pembury
Hannah Hilder, Head, W, 64, School Mistress, Sussex Beckley
Thomas Hilder, Son, U, 34, Excavator, Sussex Salehurst
Elrudy? Hilder, Daur, U, 32, Family Teacher, Sussex Hooe
Peter Hibard? Hilder, Son, U, 30, Farm Labourer, Sussex Crowhurst
Edwin Hilder, Son, U, 28, Bricklayer lab, Sussex Mountfield
Mary Jones? Hilder, Daur, U, 25, Teacher, Sussex Mountfield
Hannah Hilder, Daur, U, 23, Teacher, Sussex Mountfield
Harold Hilder, Son, U, 19, Ag lab, Sussex Mountfield
Julia Lansdell, Gd Daur, 9, Scholar, Kent Pembury
John Lansdell, Gd Son, 7, Scholar, Kent Pembury
- [S248] Information from Ian Hilder, email dated 13 March 2000, citing baptism "1787 April 29th Beckley, illegit. dau. of Sarah HILDER" (Reliability: 2).
- [S257] Information from John Crossman, email dated 6 April 2005 citing information from parish registers at East Sussex Record Office (Reliability: 2).
- [S386] Vol. XXV, Calendar of Sussex Marriage Licences recorded in the Consistory Court of the Bishop of Chichester for the Archdeaconry of Lewes, and in the Peculiar Court of the Archbishop of Canterbury for the Deanery of South Malling, 1772-1837, A-L, Sussex Record Society, (1917;), HILDER, Thomas, of Salehurst, yeoman, bachelor, aged 27 and upds., & Hannah HILDER of same, spinster, aged 21 and upds.: bondsmen, said T.H. and John Cruttenden of Brightling, butcher. 20 Nov. 1804 [Lewes] (Reliability: 3).
- [S393] Salehurst, Sussex - Transcript of Parish Register, C W Field (transcription) & C V Appleton (index), marriage of Thomas Hilder & Hannah Hilder, by licence, 29 Nov 1804, witnessed by James Ades and John Heathfield (Reliability: 3).