St. Eustace's Well
A well at Withersden, Kent, that took its name from a certain Eustachius, abbot of Flai (c. 1200). He was said to have been a monk of great learning and sanctity, and to have come and preached at Wye, and to have blessed a fountain there, so that afterwards its waters were endowed by such miraculous power, that by it all diseases were cured.
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- Hasted, Edward. The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent, folio, ed. iii, 176.
- Hazlitt, W. Carew. (1905). Faith and Folklore. 2 vols. London: Reeves and Turner, p. 2:663.