Stalisfield is a village and civil parish, often referred to as Stalisfield Green, in the Faversham district, Kent; 6½ miles SSW of Faversham. It adjoins the parish of Easling south-eastward.
In ancient times, it was known as Starchfield and before then, at the time of Domesday, was called Stanefelle, which is the same as Stonefield, a name well adapted to the flinty soil of it. The church of Stalisfield belonged to the priory of St. Gregory, in Canterbury, perhaps part of its original endowment by Archbishop Lanfranc, in the reign of William the Conqueror, and it was confirmed to it, among the rest of its possessions, by archbishop Hubert, about the reign of Richard I. The church was restored in 1904 and is designated a grade II listed building by English Heritage.
GPS Coordinates: 51.23714, 0.81698
- Added: 9 May 2012
- Find A Grave Cemetery: #2448596
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