Images of Stanton Drew Somerset, England
St Mary the Virgin Stanton Drew Parish Church, Somerset England.
Stanton Drew was named for Roger De Stanton who held the manor at Domesday and a later member of the family named Drogo or Drew.
Photos taken 5 Sep 2006.
Above: Views of the interior and below Jennifer Burrell at Stanton Drew Church in 1998
Druids Arms Hotel next to the church at Stanton Drew.
At right: Standing stones known as 'The Cove' at the back of the Druids Arms.
To the east are three ancient stone circles dating from 1400-2000 BC.
The Roundhouse marks the entrance to Stanton Drew Village at the turnoff from the road from Pensford and Bristol.
An information sheet about historical places in the village inside the church says that the hexagonal building was a toll house of the West Harptree Turnpike Trust from 1793 to 1876.
At right: Calves at Church Farm from Stanton Drew churchyard.
George SMITH m 1823 Mary FLOWER
William Nelson ANDREWS m 1822 Martha PRICE
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