|Location||Eastfarthing, bordering the Marish|
The Stock-brook was a brook of the Shire's Eastfarthing, and a minor tributary of the River Brandywine. It rose in the forested hills above Woody End, and from there flowed north-eastwards out into the fields of the Marish. It passed through the southern end of the village of Stock, from which it took its name, before emptying into the Brandywine a few miles north of Bucklebury Ferry.
As it gets its name from the village of Stock, its meaning is "the brook running through Stock".