|CORFE-MULLEN, a chapelry in the
parish of STURMINSTER-MARSHALL, hundred of COGDEAN, Shaston (East)
division of the county of DORSET, 3 miles (S. W. by W.) from Wimborne-Minster,
containing 544 inhabitants.
The chapel is dedicated to St. Nicholas. The river Stour is navigable on the north of this chapelry. There is an annuity of £27 for the support of a parish school, to which Richard Lockyer, in 1706, bequeathed £17 for teaching poor children.
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