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The parish of King’s Walden is largely rural, with no large villages. It contains the communities of Breachwood Green, its largest settlement, Darleyhall, King’s Walden, Ley Green, Lye Wood, The Heath and Wandon End.

St Mary’s Church

History links

Kings Walden Parish Council website has links to local groups and businesses. The parish name can be spelt with or without an apostrophe.

Domesday Book

King’s Walden’s entry in Domesday Book.

Family history links

The Uk and Ireland Genealogy website explains where to find parish registers.
The Family Search website links to free and subscription resources.

Further reading

Grant, A 1983 King’s Walden Place Names with a Note on Inclosures. Hertfordshire’s Past 14, 12-18
Went, D A and Burleigh, G R 1990 A Pre-construction Archaeological Survey of the route of the Humberside to Buncefield Pipeline, King’s Walden, Hertfordshire. Letchworth: North Hertfordshire District Council
Went, D A and Burleigh, G R 1990 An Archaeological Assessment on the route of the Humberside to Buncefield Pipeline, King’s Walden, Hertfordshire. Letchworth: North Hertfordshire District Council