St Peter, Stutton
(Grid Ref: TM 162 345)

Most of the church is 500 years old, a Norman window being the only survival of the earlier church. The early 15th century tower is built of flints and Bath stone dressings. The nave has some fine old pine pews with carved poppyheads and heraldic shields, and two 17th century monuments with figures of three generations of the Jermy family.

Ref: Mee, A. 1947. The King's England - Suffolk.


Rectors:

23 June 1558 - at Norwich, Dom. John Smeth, Presbyter, Rector of Withersdale, on death of James Bancroft, by John Jermye, mil.
18 March 1570 - John Dawes, clerk, on death of John Smyth, by John Jermy, gent.
25 June 1602 - Abraham Daws, M.A., on death of John Dawes, by Isaac Daws, citizen and ironmonger of London.
26 July 1615 - Henry Herdson, S.T.B., on death of last incumbent, by Isaac Jermy, mil.
21 August 1637 - John Duncon, S.T.B., on death of Henry Herdson, by the King, pro hâc vice (racone simonaicæ.)
24 April 1638 - John Welby, A.M., on death of Henry Herdson, by John Jermy, arm.
22 September 1662 - John Goldson, clerk. on death of John Welby, by John Jermy.
10 January 1666 - Alexander Scott - clerk, M.A., on death of John Goldson, by William Jermy, arm.
1 February 1683 - Richard Enocke, clerk, M.A., on death of Alexander Scott, by Anna Jermy, widow & John Jermy.


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