Frimley – Hassell Images

The images below are part of a collection of Hassell watercolours held at the Surrey History Centre. High quality copies of these and other images from the collection are available for purchase from Surrey History Centre.

Find out more details on the Surrey History Centre website.

Click on one of the small pictures below to see larger versions of the images. Click on the right or left margin of the larger image to go to the next or previous one. Click on the title below an image to find out more about the watercolour and visit the collection catalogue records.

Click here for more information on John and Edward Hassell and to see a list of the other galleries available on this site.

Click here to see the catalogue of the St Peter’s, Frimley Parish Records (1590 -1961) held at the Surrey History Centre. Many of these records are now available to search and browse on-line through Ancestry.

Many historic buildings and archaeological features in the local area are included in the county’s Historic Environment Record, click here to see more information, including a location map.

Read more about Frimley.

2 thoughts on “Frimley – Hassell Images”

  1. Lesley Wickham says:

    I am trying to assertion the whereabouts of a building called Frimley Court,Surrey
    Built approximately 1904

  2. Sheila Mason says:

    Frimley Church I was wondering if the Church was originally called the Ash Church & is now called St. Peter’s Church My Ancestors went to this Church My Great Grandmother was Mary Ann Fuller Hopefully this is the right church Thank You

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