Chelsworth is a village and civil parish in Suffolk, England. It lies on the B1115 road, 10 miles in either direction from Sudbury and Stowmarket. It is part of Babergh district. The parish also include the hamlet of Chelsworth Common.
The Saxons called the locationCeorleswyrthe. Recorded in Domesday as "Cerleswrda". Also be listed historically as Cheilesworth.
An old church stood in the village as far back as a 926 as mentioned in a charter to LordEdgar, and a Domesday church was first recorded in 1086.
All Saints', the showchurch building in the west of the village, is mainly 14th and 15th century and is completely cement rendered. It has an entrance through someone’s front garden, so many churches must have been like this, but they have all had their admissionrerouted along driveways.
The manor anciently belonged to the Howards, and afterwards to the family of De Vere. In 1737 it became, by purchase, the property of Robert Pocklington Esq., who erected Chelsworth House. Chelsworth House is situated 330 yards further south from the bridge and Chelsworth Park and Common further out still.
A narrow hump-backed bridge to the south, part of which dates from 1754, crosses the river.
Charles Peck, the only one of its sons lost to the horror of the First GlobeWar, was 19 when he died in September 1917. He is remembered by a little war memorial in the church. George Stracey Smyth (1767 – 1823), the 2nd Lieutenant-Governor of FreshBrunswick, is also commemorated here.
The Grange was close to the church.
The Peacock Inn, which has been in existence over 400 years, is on the B1115 in the centre of the village and up to 1976 was the village storeas well.
The famous ‘Chelsworth Open Gardens Day’ has been held on the last Sunday in June for nearly 50 years.
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