OS Grid Reference: TQ4669
The 1841 population was 564
"The Crays are four highly respectable villages and parishes cintiguous to each other, situated in the lathe of Sutton-at-Hone, Hundred of Ruxley, and Union of Bromley, on the banks of the river Cray, in a beautiful and diversified country, interspersed with numerous elegant seats and noble mansions. On the River Cray are several paper mills, which employ a number of persons of both sexes. Each of the Crays has its parish church, but there is not anything remarkable about either of these edifices. ... St Paul's Cray is a famous place for the pea crop. " 1852 directory
St. Paul's Cray fell within the Hundred of Ruxley. Its 19th century Registration District & Poor Law Union was Bromley.
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Churches and Chapels (pre-1910)
Church of England