Transcript of the description for Chetnole from Hunt & Co.'s Directory of Dorsetshire, Hampshire, & Wiltshire 1851

CHETNOLE, a village 7 miles S.W. from Sherborne. The church is dedicated to St. Peter, and the living is a curacy united to the vicarage of Yetminster. The parish comprises 1340 acres, and had in 1841, 222 inhabitants.

Chadwick Major James
Guppy Mr. Robert
Perkins Charles, esq.
Andrews Elisha, farmer
Banger William, shoemaker
Bird William, farmer
Bullock Elias, draper & grocer
Bullock Levi, beer retailer & farmer
Childs James, blacksmith
Forse Henry, dairyman
Godwin Mr. John, registrar of births & deaths
Hodges John, farmer
Jeans James, shoemaker & parish clerk
Jenner Charles, mason
Jeffry John, farmer
Lilly Ann & Catherine, farmers
Loveless Jane, grocery, &c. dealer
Loveless William, farmer
Neal John, carpenter & farmer
Patch Thomas, miller
Pearce George, dairyman
Pike Caleb, dairyman
Pitman James, 'New Inn'
Smith Josias, farmer
Studley Benjamin, dairyman
Young Joseph, tailor