Shadoxhurst shown within Kent
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Shadoxhurst is civil parish and a village on the Kent Weald, near Ashford in Kent, England located between the North Downs and Romney Marsh in wooded countryside and farmland. The parish covers approximately 2,000 acres (8.1 km2), with the Whitewater Dyke (a tributary of the River Stour) rising in the area.
It is located on the Woodchurch to Ashford road and has a 13th-century church with lancet windows dedicated to St Peter and St Paul. A comprehensive historical note by Edward Hasted (circa 1798) gives further information about the church and the village.
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