Stockton on Teme church
Stockton-on-Teme shown within Worcestershire
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Stockton-on-Teme is a village and civil parish in the Malvern Hills District in the county of Worcestershire, England. It is close to the River Teme and is noted for its 12th century Norman church with an unusual circular graveyard.(photo).
The current house on Pensax Road called Stockton Lodge was changed from Wharf Cottage (2006) which was previously 2 workers cottages called 96 pensax road which were made into a single dwelling called Wharf Cottage.
The Rev. Thomas Pearson was Rector of Stockton-on-Teme from 1808 to 1828. He then moved to become the Rector at Great Witley where from 1843 to 1846 he was also the chaplain to Queen Adelaide who at that time was living at Witley Court.
- Morgan, Vanessa Worcestershire Family History Guidebook, 2011, The History Press, Stroud, Gloucestershire. p20
- Wardle, Terry Heroes & Villains of Worcestershire 2010 The History Press Stroud, Gloucestershire p108
- Wardle, Terry Heroes & Villains of Worcestershire 2010 The History Press Stroud, Gloucestershire p9
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