HOVE and CLIFTONVILLE, on the west, is a distinct parish, delightfully and pleasantly situated, and which was but a few years ago a small village, consisting of a few scattered houses; it is now considered the most fashionable part of Brighton, and several new streets and villas are now (1866) in course of erection: it has a distinct municipal government. It is in Preston hundred, Lewes rape, and Steyning union and contained in 1851 a population of 4,104, and in 1861 of 9,624; the acreage is 872. [Kelly's Post Office Directory of Essex, Herts, Middlesex, Kent, Surrey and Sussex, 1867.]
|Central United Reformed Church, Hove, United Reformed Church|
|Hove Borough Cemetery, Aldrington,|
|Goldstone Villas Methodist Church, Hove, Methodist|
|Hove Methodist Church, Hove, Methodist|
|United Methodist Church, Hove, Methodist|
|St Cuthbert, Hove, United Reformed Church (Presbyterian)|
|The Sacred Heart, Hove, Roman Catholic|
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