Thanet Well, Greystoke
In Greystoke, about a mile away on the borders of this parish, there seemed to be a most interesting memorial of St. Kentigern in a well much visited by strangers and farmers called “Thanet Well.” His mother’s name was “Thenew” Fordun called her “Thanes,” and Camerarius “Themets” or “Thennet,” so the change from this last name to “Thanet ” was not by any means so violent as that which had converted her church in Glasgow into St. Enoch’s! The connection of the Earls of Thanet with this country was of far too recent a date for this name to have been attached to an ancient well, and one too far away from their possessions. [The Legendary Lore of the Holy Wells of England by Robert Charles Hope (1893)]
Note: I do not know the exact location of the well at the moment. The map is in the general area of locations named after the well.