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English: Kettlebaston, is a tiny hamlet with just over 30 inhabitants, in the heart of rural Suffolk, located around east of Lavenham. It derives its name from Kitelbeornastuna, (Kitelbjorn's farmstead - O.Scand. pers. name + O.E. Tun), later evolving to Kettlebarston, (which is how the name is still pronounced), and finally to the current spelling. Its existence was first recorded in 1086 in the Domesday Book.
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- ► St Mary the Virgin, Kettlebaston (1 C, 4 F)
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