Dockenfield is a linear settlement and rural civil parish in the borough of Waverley in Surrey, England. The parish is undulating, has a number of sources of the River Wey and borders the Alice Holt Forest. Until 1894 it had an unusual county, as a tything in Hampshire that was part of the parish of Frensham – Frensham's lands were part of Farnham at the Norman Conquest and supported the Bishops of Winchester who lived at Farnham Castle after one arranged its construction in 1138 – in 1239 Frensham gained its own parish, its ecclesiastical parish as used by the Church of England.
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