Ruxley

Ruxley is a small settlement mostly within the London Borough of Bromley with parts inside of the London Borough of Bexley, in South East London. It lies next to the A20 on Maidstone Road between Swanley and Sidcup, near the south eastern boundary of Greater London with Kent. Its name is shared with the ancient Ruxley hundred of that county.

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Hundred Of Ruxley - Parishes
... that were recorded as being wholly within the Ruxley hundred were Chelsfield, Cudham, Downe, Farnborough, Foots Cray, Hayes, Keston, Knockholt, North Cray, Orpington, St ... Chislehurst, Chiddingstone, Hever, and Ruxley ... Some records show that Ruxley, at least for a time had an exclave to the south containing parts of two parishes, Hever and Chiddingstone, which are in the geographical area of ...
Henry Foley, 5th Baron Foley
... At the core of this was Ruxley Lodge, "...a delightful family mansion moderate in size, but replete with comfort and convenience..." Lord Foley added the west wing, with its octagonal tower ... The castellated building was renamed Ruxley Towers ... They had no children and when he died at Ruxley Lodge aged 55, he was succeeded by his brother ...
Hundred Of Ruxley - Boundaries and Neighbours
... Ruxley occupied a central northeast area within the Sutton-at-Hone lathe, its position gave it borders with all but perhaps one of the other hundreds in the lathe ... Ruxley was bordered by the hundreds of Little and Lesnes to the north, Dartford and Wilmington to the northeast, Axstane to the east and northeast (sometimes the hundred of ... that would have not shared a common border with Ruxley was Somerden, the southern most hundred of the lathe ...