"0-1-23, Public House: On the right is a small public house, the Hare and Hounds, by Moorey. [Now Amato P.H. , Chalk Lane]
0-1-34, W. Northey, Esq: On the same side at an angle formed by a road, is a small brick house the property, and in possession of William Northey, Esq. [Now Maidstone House]
Cross-roads: Road on the left to the church, and on the right to Durdans. This part of the village is called Crockingham.
0-1-38 Mrs. Garland proprietor, Mr. Horsley, occupier: On the left at the angle formed by the road, is a large and elegant house, with good gardens and spacious tract of pleasure ground, consisting of a pleasant lawn, most delightfully situated and adorned with groves, shrubberies, and other plantations agreeable diversified, the property of Mrs. Garland, at present in the occupation of Mr. Horsley. [Mount Diston, or Garlands, now Woodcote Grove]
0-1-38, Mr. Pate, Opposite is situated, at the other angle formed by the roads, a genteel house, in the possessbrion of Mr. Pate. [Woodcote End, now Chalk Lane Hotel]
DURDANS, Mrs. Kenworthey..."
"avec une Anglaise de 40 ans (Miss Pate) dont la fortune suffit pour le rendre independent avec ou sans ce qu'il possede. Il se retire des affaires et du tourbillon du grand monde, va demeurer au village d' Epsom, comté de Surrey, 15 mille de Londres, y passera 3 mois de l'annee et 3 en ville". Certainly the bride was an heiress but aged over 50 and the bridegroom 60.
"With a 40-year-old Englishwoman (Miss Pate) whose fortune is sufficient to make her independent with or without what he possesses. He retired from business and the whirlwind of the great world, went to live in the village of Epsom, Surrey County, 15 miles from London, where he spent three months of the year and three in the city "
'Louis Robert, Baron de Roll, de Emmenholz in the Canton of Soleure, Count of the Holy Roman Empire, Knight of the Military Order of St. Louis, Adjutant General to his Royal Highness Monsieur Count D'Artois, Major General and Colonel of De Roll's Swiss Regiment, in his Britannic Majesty's service, died at Great Bounds, in this parish, Aug. 27th, 1813, aged 64'.
'In Memory of Edmund Shallet Lomax, esq., of Netley, eldest son of Caleb Lomax, esq., of Childwick Bury in Herts. He was born Nov. 9th, 1754, and died February 17th, 1839; affectionately regretted by his family and friends, to whom his society was rendered delightful by his amiable temper, lively wit, and cultivated mind. Whilst a student at St. John's College, Oxford, he inherited the Estates of his grandfather, Edmund Shallet, esq., of Sutton Place, in this parish.
Sacred also to the memory of his Widow, Catherine Frances, (eldest daughter of William Pate, of Epsom, esq.), who, humbly relying on the merits of her Saviour, departed this life July 24th, 1841, in her 84th year'