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STANSFIELD in 1844, is a pleasant village, near a small rivulet, 5 1/2 miles
N. by E. of Clare, has in its parish 510 souls, and 1850 acres of freehold land,
including the hamlet of Assington Green, and many scattered houses. The lordship
is in the Crown, but the soils belongs to G. W. Poley, Esq., J. and W. Sworde,
Esqrs., S. Ware, Esq., Dr. Probart, Rev. N. Colvile, and the Cooper, Pratt,
Everard, Pigott, Rutter, Taber, Bridgman, and other families. The Kedingtons
were formerly seated here. The Church (All Saints) is a neat structure, with a
tower and five bells, and the benefice is a rectory, valued in K.B. at £10. 9s.
4d., and in 1835 at £395. The patronage is in the Crown, and the Rev. John Maddy,
D.D., of Somerton, is the incumbent. The glebe is 76a., and the tithes were
commuted in 1838 for a yearly modus of £500. Here is a neat Independent Chapel,
with a house for the minister, erected in 1833 at the cost of £850. The chapel
was built by subscription, and the house at the cost of the minister, the Rev.
John Rutter. Day and Sunday Schools are attached to the church and the chapel.
The Church Land, about 2a., is let for £8 a year. The poor parishioners have the
following yearly doles, viz., 20s. out of Cordell Hall, given by Robert
Kedington and others; 13s. 4d. from Anthony Sparrow's Charity, (see Wickhambrook;)
6s. 8d. given by an unknown donor out of Cook's Farm; and about £2. 12s. from a
double cottage, given by the Rev. R. Shaw for the use of poor widows.
Carter Henry, watch maker
Claydon John, shopkeeper
Cornell John, wheelwright & beerhouse keeper
Frost Thomas, beer seller
Golding William, shoemaker
Gridley Daniel, shopkeeper and carrier to Bury, Wed.
Maddy Rev Joseph, M.A. curate, Rectory
Powles Mary, schoolmistress
Rannow John, grocer and draper
Ransom William, blacksmith
Rotter Rev. John, (Independent)
Sargeant Mary, schoolmistress
Spurling John, wheelwright
Webb Edward Hy. victualler & shoemaker
Webb Thomas, blacksmith
Balls John, Assington Green
Bridgman James, (owner)
Everard William, (& miller) Church cot.
Granger William, Hole farm
Pratt John, (owner,) Purton Hall
Prewer John, Assingfon Green l
Foreman John, (bailiff,) Gatesbury
Rutter John, Raymond's farm
Sargeant Joseph, Arlington Green
Slater Martin, Cordell Hal
Spencer Eobert, Stansfietd Hall