|Henry VII, Lord of the Manor, Gedding c. 1494|
- Rev Thomas Anderson
- Sir John Tilley
- It is really two fonts: the base of the octagonal font was the top part of another older mid-14th century font.
- Mrs Cole who kept excellent
red and white cows Suffolk
- Red Polls
- Mr W H Ince
- The Live and Let Live
- The 1880s
- It was a small window through which villagers suffering from leprosy might watch services at a safe distance from other worshippers.
- Mrs Anderson
- In the Reading Room by the Rectory
- “The Coker”
- In 1268, Felsham was granted the right to hold an annual fair and a weekly market?
- Maidenhall farm
VIIafter the execution for treason of the previous Lord of the Manor - Sir Robert Chamberlyn
- In 1836, William and Mary Gill with
their nine children were sent to work for a notorious
Lancashiremill owner called William Hulton.
- 10 shillings (the equivalent of a week’s wages for a Felsham farm labourer)