Hunt Painter Jane
Two persons: From £90 per night (£75 single)This room along with the Hunt Painter – William room, is housed in the oldest part of the house with exposed honey coloured beams and glorious views over the garden and Church. It has been decorated to reflect the “country living” profile of the Guest House.
This room has a double bed and Private Bathroom opposite, with bath and Shower (in bath).
Jane Hunt Painter – The Rector’s wife 1894-1909
Jane Stamps of Birmingham was the wife of William Hunt Painter whom she married at Kings Norton in 1871.
After the death of Jane’s father, her mother Louisa Stamps came to live with the couple and was energetic in Sunday School activities. A tablet in the church commemorates her life 1814-1897.
She was laid to rest with her husband and alongside her mother in the churchyard close to the Rectory wall.
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