Here are two lists of the Rectors of St. Mary Virgin church in Gt Snoring.
One Gt. Snoring Curate's story is given on THIS PAGE. He is Alfred Leedes Hunt, born in Ipswich, a former scholar of St John's College Cambridge, and worked in Islington and Spitalfields before he came to Great Snoring.
For four years he was Rector of New Maldon, and then from 1897 of East Mersea, where he succeeded Sabine Baring Gould (who while there had used the local landscape in Mehalah: A Story of the Salt Marshes). It was said that the 'islanders' preferred Hunt to Gould because he was more low church and accessible.
From 1903-19 he was Rector of Great Snoring in Norfolk, and Rural Dean of Walsingham for his last six years there. His final incumbency was of Moreton in Essex, from where he retired to Cambridge in 1923, having permission to officiate in Chelmsford and Ely dioceses. He died in 1936, aged 83.