Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk

Suffolk is in East England.

624 King Raedwald's Burial at Sutton Hoo

654 Battle of Bulcamp

1287 Great Storm

1362 St Marcellus' Flood

1666 Four Days' Battle

1666 St James' Day Battle

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Aldeburgh [Map]

Pepy's Diary. 14 Feb 1665. St. Valentine. This morning comes betimes Dicke Pen, to be my wife's Valentine, and come to our bedside. By the same token, I had him brought to my side, thinking to have made him kiss me; but he perceived me, and would not; so went to his Valentine: a notable, stout, witty boy. I up about business, and, opening the door, there was Bagwell's wife, with whom I talked afterwards, and she had the confidence to say she came with a hope to be time enough to be my Valentine, and so indeed she did, but my oath preserved me from loosing any time with her, and so I and my boy abroad by coach to Westminster, where did two or three businesses, and then home to the 'Change [Map], and did much business there. My Lord Sandwich (age 39) is, it seems, with his fleete at Alborough Bay [Map].

Pepy's Diary. 03 Jun 1666. A letter is also come this afternoon, from Harman (age 41) in the Henery; which is she [that] was taken by Elliott for the Rupert; that being fallen into the body of the Dutch fleete, he made his way through them, was set on by three fire-ships one after another, got two of them off, and disabled the third; was set on fire himself; upon which many of his men leapt into the sea and perished; among others, the parson first. Have lost above 100 men, and a good many women (God knows what is become of Balty (age 26)), and at last quenched his own fire and got to Aldbrough [Map]; being, as all say, the greatest hazard that ever any ship escaped, and as bravely managed by him. The mast of the third fire-ship fell into their ship on fire, and hurt Harman's (age 41) leg, which makes him lame now, but not dangerous.

Pepy's Diary. 03 Jun 1666. Lord's-day; Whit-sunday. Up, and by water to White Hall, and there met with Mr. Coventry (age 38), who tells me the only news from the fleete is brought by Captain Elliott, of The Portland, which, by being run on board by The Guernsey, was disabled from staying abroad; so is come in to Aldbrough [Map]. That he saw one of the Dutch great ships blown up, and three on fire. That they begun to fight on Friday; and at his coming into port, he could make another ship of the King's coming in, which he judged to be the Rupert: that he knows of no other hurt to our ships. With this good newes I home by water again, and to church in the sermon-time, and with great joy told it my fellows in the pew.

Calendars. 30 Jul 1666. Great Yarmouth, Norfolk [Map]. 80. Rich. Bower to Williamson. The Zealanders were engaged with the Blue squadron Wednesday and most of Thursday, but at length the Zealanders ran; the Dutch fleet escaped to the Weelings and Goree; only hears of six ships lost by them; 32 wounded men from the Victory and Vanguard have come to Southwold, Suffolk [Map]. The Victory being threatened by a fire-ship, the captain sent his lieutenant in a ketch to put the fire-ship by; the ketch followed the fire-ship too near the Dutch fleet, and being herself taken for a fire-ship, every one near let fly at ber, so the ketch was sadly shattered and the lieuten- ant killed. Capt. Talbot of the Elizabeth came into Aldborough [Map], with his vessel in good condition, walking the deck in his silk morning gown and powdered hair. The East India London also came into Aldborough [Map]; the captain was killed, and the surgeon's arm broken; the men declared they would not fight without a surgeon; other arrivals at Yarmouth [Map]. Sir Thomas Allin (age 54) has taken and fired Banckart's flag ship, Banckart escaping in a boat. The Royal Charles is sent in; the generals remain on board the Royal James. The Hull fleet has sailed from Yarmouth [Map] for London without convoy. Begs the Gazettes regularly; 22 wounded men are brought ashore.

The River Alde rises around Baddingham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Bruisyard, Suffolk [Map], Rendham, Suffolk [Map], Farnham, Suffolk [Map], Snape Bridge, Suffolk [Map], Iken, Suffolk [Map] to Aldeburgh, Suffolk [Map] where it heads south inside of Orford Ness joining the North Sea seve kilometeres south of Orford, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Arwarton

Around 1698 Philip Parker 2nd Baronet (age 48) died at Arwarton, Suffolk. His son Philip Parker 3rd Baronet (age 16) succeeded 3rd Baronet Parker of Arwarton in Suffolk.

Diary of Viscount Egmont afterwards Earl Egmont 1741. 20 Jan 1741. Tuesday. This morning died my brother-in-law, Sir Philip Parker (age 59), at 3 o'clock, choked by one of those fits he has for 12 weeks past had at sundry times. He was last night as well or rather better than at any time before. I spent a great part of the day with Lady Parker and my nieces. At night, the will and codicil were opened in presence of Mrs. East, Lady Parker's mother, Mr. Gilbert East, Lady Parker's brother, my 2 nieces, Mrs. Gosset and myself, wherein Lady Parker and my niece Martha (age 25), the eldest, are left executors, and myself, Mr. Gilbert East and Mr. Kirk, the counsellor, who drew the will, are made trustees. The estate is divided between my nieces; the Wiltshire and what lies in some other places to my niece Martha (age 25): and the Suffolk estate to my niece Elizabeth (age 24). He left divers legacies and,among the others, 50Z. to my wife (age 51), 20 guineas to my son (age 29), 100?. to each of the Trustees, 101. to my cousin Fortrey and 500Z. to my niece Bering. He ordered to be buried at Arwarton, Suffolk. The will we judged very ill and confusedly drawn, but happily the persons concerned are only my Lady Parker and her two daughters. In case of my nieces' death without children, their estates go to the heirs general, which are my wife and niece Bering. It is surprising that he mentioned not the places in the Funds where his money lies, but only bequeathed his personal estate in general terms, and that he kept no book of receipts and disbursements whereby might be known where his ready money lies, which I have to reason to suppose is more than 30,000l, but Mr. Gosset believes it nearer 50,000?.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Baddingham [Map]

The River Alde rises around Baddingham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Bruisyard, Suffolk [Map], Rendham, Suffolk [Map], Farnham, Suffolk [Map], Snape Bridge, Suffolk [Map], Iken, Suffolk [Map] to Aldeburgh, Suffolk [Map] where it heads south inside of Orford Ness joining the North Sea seve kilometeres south of Orford, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Badley

Around 1539 Susannah Crofts was born to John Poley (age 28) and Anne Wentworth (age 19) at Badley, Suffolk.

In 1542 Margaret Poley Lady Palmer was born to John Poley (age 31) and Anne Wentworth (age 22) at Badley, Suffolk.

On 28 Aug 1575 Anne Wentworth (age 55) died at Badley, Suffolk.

On 20 Oct 1589 John Poley (age 78) died at Badley, Suffolk. He was buried at Badley, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Barham [Map]

The Little rises near Rickenhall, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Cracken Corner, Suffolk [Map]. It also appears to rises near and Redgrave And Lopham Fen [Map]; it isn't clear which is the source of the Little. Thereafter it flows past Blo' Norton, Norfolk [Map], Knettishall, Suffolk [Map], Rushford, Norfolk [Map], Barham, Suffolk [Map], Thetford, Norfolk [Map], where it is joined by the River Thet.

After Thetford the Little Ouse flows past Santon Downham, Suffolk [Map], through Brandon, Suffolk [Map], past Hockwold cum Wilton, Norfolk [Map] to Brandon Creek, Norfolk [Map] where it joins the River Great Ouse.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Barrow

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, The Rectory Barrow

Before 26 Mar 1633 Mary Beale aka Cradock was born to John Cradock at The Rectory Barrow, Suffolk. She was baptised by her father at All Saints Church.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Barton Mills [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Bawdsey Manor [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Baylham [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Baylham, Combretovium [Map]

From Combretovium [Map] aka Baylham the Pye Road continues along what is now the A140 through Yaxley, Suffolk [Map] where it makes a slight change in direction, through Dickleburgh, Norfolk [Map], Long Stratton, Norfolk [Map] to Norwich, Norfolk [Map] from where it continues east to Venta Icenorium [Map] aka Caistor St Edmund.

Combretovium [Map]. The site is a 60 hectare open settlement, with occupation from the late Iron Age and Claudian periods through to the mid 4th century. Traces of a Roman road running to a ford on the river at Sharnford were identified.

The Great Road leaves Colchester along the A12 passing Langham [Map] to Stratford St Mary, Suffolk [Map] where it crosses the Suffolk River Stour and make a change in direction before passing Capel St Mary, Suffolk [Map]. After Capl St Mary the road turns north following a direct parh past Sproughton, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map] to Combretovium [Map] aka Baylham.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Blaxhall [Map]

The River Ore rises near Dennington, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Framlingham, Suffolk [Map], Parham, Suffolk [Map], Marlesford, Suffolk [Map] to Blaxhall, Suffolk [Map] where it joins the River Alde.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Blythburgh

On 12 Aug 1944 Joseph Patrick Kennedy (age 29) was killed at Blythburgh, Suffolk when his plane exploded over the English Channel during a top-secret mission.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Blythburgh Priory [Map]

Blythburgh Priory [Map] was an Augustinian Priory founded around 1125. It was among the first Augustinian houses in England and began as a cell of St Osyth's Priory [Map] in Essex.

Jurmin Wuffingas was buried at Blythburgh Priory [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Blythburgh, Bulcamp

In 654 King Penda of Mercia defeated the East Anglian army at the Battle of Bulcamp at Bulcamp, Blythburgh. King Anna of East Anglia and his son Jurmin Wuffingas were killed. Anna's son His uncle King Æthelhere of East Anglia succeeded King East Anglia.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Botesdale [Map]

Around 1538 Nicholas Bacon Lord Keeper (age 27) was given the manors of Redgrave, Suffolk [Map], Botesdale, Suffolk [Map] and Gislingham, Suffolk [Map] in Suffolk by Henry VIII (age 46).

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Bramfield

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Bramfield, St Andrew's Church [Map]

On 14 Nov 1627 Elizabeth Waldegrave died. On 06 Dec 1629 Arthur Coke (age 42) died in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk [Map]. Jacobean Hooded Monument sculpted by Nicholas Stone (age 40) in St Andrew's Church, Bramfield [Map]. White and black marble; reclining effigy of Elizabeth with Arthur kneeling in prayer above within an arched Recess; Arms over the arch and surrounding it are seven Cartouche's.

Elizabeth Waldegrave: she was born to George Waldegrave. On 08 Feb 1608 Arthur Coke and she were married at Hitcham, Norfolk as recorded in the papers of the Winthrop Family Folio 36: "The viijth of Feb. beinge Shrovetuesday the L Cokes seconde soonne maryed the daughter and heire of Sir George Waldegrave at Hiccham". The Hitcham Register gives 09 Feb as the date of the marriage. He a great x 5 grandson of King Edward III of England.

Arthur Coke: In 1587 he was born to Edward Coke and Bridget Paston.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Bramford [Map]

The Great Road leaves Colchester along the A12 passing Langham [Map] to Stratford St Mary, Suffolk [Map] where it crosses the Suffolk River Stour and make a change in direction before passing Capel St Mary, Suffolk [Map]. After Capl St Mary the road turns north following a direct parh past Sproughton, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map] to Combretovium [Map] aka Baylham.

The River Gipping rises near Mendlesham Green, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows through Stowmarket, Suffolk [Map], past Needham Market, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map] to Ipswich, Suffolk [Map] where its name changes to become the River Orwell. At Ipswich it widens significantly before it is joined by the Suffolk River Stour at Harwich [Map] before joining the North Sea.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Brandeston [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Brandon [Map]

The Little rises near Rickenhall, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Cracken Corner, Suffolk [Map]. It also appears to rises near and Redgrave And Lopham Fen [Map]; it isn't clear which is the source of the Little. Thereafter it flows past Blo' Norton, Norfolk [Map], Knettishall, Suffolk [Map], Rushford, Norfolk [Map], Barham, Suffolk [Map], Thetford, Norfolk [Map], where it is joined by the River Thet.

After Thetford the Little Ouse flows past Santon Downham, Suffolk [Map], through Brandon, Suffolk [Map], past Hockwold cum Wilton, Norfolk [Map] to Brandon Creek, Norfolk [Map] where it joins the River Great Ouse.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Brent Eleigh

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Brent Eleigh, St Mary's Church [Map]

St Mary's Church, Brent Eleigh [Map]. On the north wall is the splendid memorial to Edward Coleman of Brent Eleigh Hall, d1740..

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Brome

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Brome Hall

On 11 Jul 1886 Edward Kerrison 2nd Baronet (age 65) died at Brome Hall. Baronet Kerrison of Wyke-House in Sussex extinct.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Bromeswell [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Bruisyard [Map]

The River Alde rises around Baddingham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Bruisyard, Suffolk [Map], Rendham, Suffolk [Map], Farnham, Suffolk [Map], Snape Bridge, Suffolk [Map], Iken, Suffolk [Map] to Aldeburgh, Suffolk [Map] where it heads south inside of Orford Ness joining the North Sea seve kilometeres south of Orford, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Bruisyard Abbey [Map]

On 05 May 1377 Maud Plantagenet Countess Ulster (age 67) died at Bruisyard Abbey, Suffolk [Map]. She was buried at Bruisyard Abbey, Suffolk [Map].

Catherine Pole was appointed Nun at Bruisyard Abbey, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Bungay

Before 30 Jan 1352 Alice Plantagenet (age 28) died at Bungay, Suffolk. She had been assaulted by her husband Edward Montagu 1st Baron Montagu for which he was indicted.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Bungay, Hoxne Hall

On 30 Jul 1776 Edward Kerrison 1st Baronet was born to Matthias Kerrison (age 34) and Mary Barnes at his parents home Hoxne Hall.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Mettingham Bungay

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Mettingham Bungay, All Saints Church [Map]

On 25 Jul 1452 Robert Willoughby 6th Baron Willoughby (age 67) died. He was buried at All Saints Church, Mettingham Bungay [Map]. His daughter Joan Willoughby 7th Baroness Willoughby of Eresby (age 27) succeeded 7th Baroness Willoughby de Eresby. Richard Welles 7th Baron Welles, Baron Willoughby (age 24) by marriage Baron Willoughby de Eresby.

On 19 Oct 1526 William Willoughby 11th Baron Willoughby (age 44) died at Parham, Suffolk [Map]. He was buried at All Saints Church, Mettingham Bungay [Map]. His daughter Catherine Willoughby Duchess Suffolk (age 7) succeeded 12th Baroness Willoughby de Eresby. Catherine Willoughby Duchess Suffolk (age 7) became a ward of Henry VIII (age 35).

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Bures [Map]

Around 1437 Thomas Waldegrave was born to William Waldegrave (age 34) at Bures, Suffolk [Map].

On 28 Apr 1472 Thomas Waldegrave (age 35) died at Bures, Suffolk [Map].

On 08 Jul 1528 George Waldegrave (age 45) died at Bures, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Campsey

On 13 Jul 1499 Christopher Willoughby 10th Baron Willoughby (age 46) died at Campsey, Suffolk. He was buried at Campsey Nunnery, Campsey. His son William Willoughby 11th Baron Willoughby (age 17) succeeded 11th Baron Willoughby de Eresby.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Campsey Nunnery

On 30 May 1465 Robert Willoughby (age 55) died at Willoughby-on-the-Wolds, Nottinghamshire [Map]. He was buried at Campsey Nunnery, Campsey.

On 13 Jul 1499 Christopher Willoughby 10th Baron Willoughby (age 46) died at Campsey, Suffolk. He was buried at Campsey Nunnery, Campsey. His son William Willoughby 11th Baron Willoughby (age 17) succeeded 11th Baron Willoughby de Eresby.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Capel St Mary [Map]

The Great Road leaves Colchester along the A12 passing Langham [Map] to Stratford St Mary, Suffolk [Map] where it crosses the Suffolk River Stour and make a change in direction before passing Capel St Mary, Suffolk [Map]. After Capl St Mary the road turns north following a direct parh past Sproughton, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map] to Combretovium [Map] aka Baylham.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Chedburh Suffolk

On 09 Mar 1838 Walter Rowlands Ingram was born to Reverend George Ingram at Chedburh Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Chilton

On 10 Jun 1630 Susan Crane was born to Robert Crane 1st Baronet (age 44) and Susan Alinton in Chilton, Suffolk.

In 1631 Anne Crane was born to Robert Crane 1st Baronet (age 45) and Susan Alinton in Chilton, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Clopton [Map]

In 1145 Gilbert Peche was born at Clopton, Suffolk [Map].

Around 1327 William Clopton was born to Walter Clopton (age 29) at Clopton, Suffolk [Map]. Some sources describe his date of bith as 1366 but since his father died in 1327, and dates of death are usually more accurate than those of birth, William's date of birth has been adjusted to 1327.

In 1350 John Clopton was born to William Clopton (age 23) and Anne Morehall at Clopton, Suffolk [Map].

In 1372 Ivetta Grey (age 32) died at Clopton, Suffolk [Map].

In 1374 Richard Dudley was born to Richard Dudley at Clopton, Suffolk [Map].

In 1377 William Clopton (age 50) died at Clopton, Suffolk [Map].

Around 1382 William Clopton was born to John Clopton (age 32) at Clopton, Suffolk [Map].

Around 1404 Thomas Clopton was born to William Clopton (age 22) at Clopton, Suffolk [Map].

The Woodbridge River Lark rises around Otley, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Clopton, Suffolk [Map], Grundisburgh, Suffolk [Map], and Great Bealings, Suffolk [Map] before joining the River Fynn before Martlesham, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Cosford

In 1284 Robert Lisle (age 38) died at Cosford, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Nedging Cosford

In 1262 Robert Lisle (age 50) died at Nedging Cosford, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Cotton

On 27 Nov 1420 Hugh Burnell 2nd Baron Burnell (age 73) died at Cotton, Suffolk. He was buried at Halesowen Abbey, Shropshire [Map]. Baron Burnell 2C extinct.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Cracken Corner [Map]

The Little rises near Rickenhall, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Cracken Corner, Suffolk [Map]. It also appears to rises near and Redgrave And Lopham Fen [Map]; it isn't clear which is the source of the Little. Thereafter it flows past Blo' Norton, Norfolk [Map], Knettishall, Suffolk [Map], Rushford, Norfolk [Map], Barham, Suffolk [Map], Thetford, Norfolk [Map], where it is joined by the River Thet.

After Thetford the Little Ouse flows past Santon Downham, Suffolk [Map], through Brandon, Suffolk [Map], past Hockwold cum Wilton, Norfolk [Map] to Brandon Creek, Norfolk [Map] where it joins the River Great Ouse.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Cretingham [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Culford [Map]

On 22 Nov 1624 Nicholas Bacon 1st Baronet (age 84) died in Culford, Suffolk [Map]. He was buried at St Mary's Church, Redgrave. At the east end of the north aisle is a chest tomb in black and white marble with the effigies of Sir Nicholas Bacon his wife Anne Butts made in 1616 by Nicholas Stone (age 37). His son Edmund Bacon 2nd Baronet (age 54) succeeded 2nd Baronet Bacon of Redgrave in Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Culford, St Mary's Church [Map]

St Mary's Church, Culford [Map]. The most remarkable and memorable feature of the interior is the memorial in the chancel. It is to Lady Jane Bacon, the wife of the artist Nathaniel Bacon, whose own striking memorial is under the tower now. She sits in a central position with an infant seated on her lap, in what surely must be a conscious echo of the Blessed Virgin and Christchild. This is remarkable, because it dates from the later years of the Puritan Commonwealth, in 1656. She is flanked by her grandchildren who look unnervingly like a set of chess pieces. Sir Nicholas Bacon, their father, her son, died two years after her and lies uncomfortably at her feet. Pevsner thought it sincere, not at all aristocratic.

It is not the largest memorial here. That accolade is reserved for the large, elegant memorial to the Countess of Cadogan, who died in 1907. The north aisle was constructed to accommodate it. Railed in, beneath a dramatic arch with figures of Faith, Hope and Charity, it has echoes of the memorial at Holkham to the Countess of Leicester. The sculptor was Countess Feodora Gleichen..

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Darsham

In 1674 William Grey (age 21) and Elizabeth Bedingfield (age 24) were married at Darsham, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Debenham [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Dedham [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Dunwich

On 14 Dec 1287 a great storm caused a significant number of deaths on both sides of the English Channel. In the Low Countries around 50,000 people are believed to have died. In England hundreds were killed. The port of New Romney was so changed as to be replaced by Rye [Map] through which the course of the River Rother now ran. The port of Dunwich, Suffolk never recovered from the storm and thereafter declined.

Around 16 Jan 1362 St Marcellus' Flood was an intense extratropical cyclone, coinciding with a new moon, which swept across the British Isles, the Netherlands, northern Germany, and Denmark causing at least 25,000 deaths. In England the town of Dunwich, Suffolk was destroyed.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Easton [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Edwardstone

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Edwardstone, Boxstone

On 27 Mar 1817 William Ward 1st Earl of Dudley was born to William Humble Ward 10th Baron Ward (age 36) at Boxstone, Edwardstone.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Eriswell

On 10 May 1401 Thomas Tuddenham was born to Robert Tuddenham (age 35) and Margaret Harling (age 21) at Eriswell, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Ewarton

Around 1580 Calthorp Parker was born to Philip Parker (age 31) at Ewarton, Suffolk.

In 1618 Calthorp Parker (age 38) died at Ewarton, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Eye

On 15 May 1846 Spencer Rodney 5th Baron Rodney (age 61) died at Harley Street Marylebone. He was buried at Eye, Suffolk. His nephew Robert Dennett Rodney 6th Baron Rodney (age 25) succeeded 6th Baron Rodney of Rodney Stoke in Somerset.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Fakenham Magna

On 19 Dec 1637 Henry Felton 2nd Baronet (age 18) and Susanna Tollemache Lady Felton were married at Fakenham Magna, Suffolk. She by marriage Lady Felton of Playford in Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Farnham [Map]

The River Alde rises around Baddingham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Bruisyard, Suffolk [Map], Rendham, Suffolk [Map], Farnham, Suffolk [Map], Snape Bridge, Suffolk [Map], Iken, Suffolk [Map] to Aldeburgh, Suffolk [Map] where it heads south inside of Orford Ness joining the North Sea seve kilometeres south of Orford, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Flatford [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Flempton [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Flixton [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Flixton, St Mary's Church [Map]

St Mary's Church, Flixton [Map]. The figure of Lady Waveney is a major work by John Bell from the end of the 19th C, set in its own little chapel..

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Fornham All Saints [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Fornham St Genevieve

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Fornham St Genevieve, Fornham Hall

In 1731 Samuel Kent (age 48) acquired Fornham Hall, Suffolk.

On 08 Oct 1759 Samuel Kent (age 76) died. His estates, including Fornham Hall, Suffolk, passed to his son Thomas Kent, then, in 1762, to his daughter's (age 51) son Charles Egleton aka Kent 1st Baronet (age 16) who changed his surname from Egleton to Kent.

Around 1775 Charles Egleton aka Kent 1st Baronet (age 31) employed the architect James Wyatt to design and build Fornham Hall, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Fornham St Martin

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Fornham St Martin, St Martin's Church

On 26 Nov 1801 Major-General Godfrey Basil Mundy (age 25) and Sarah Rodney (age 21) were married at St Martin's Church, Fornham St Martin.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Fressingfield

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Fressingfield, Ufford Hall

On 30 Jan 1617 Archbishop William Sancroft was born in Ufford Hall, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Gedding

Around 1438 Robert Chamberlayne was born to Roger Chambelayne (age 49) in Gedding, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Gipping

Thomas Tyrrell lived at Gipping, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Gislingham [Map]

Around 1538 Nicholas Bacon Lord Keeper (age 27) was given the manors of Redgrave, Suffolk [Map], Botesdale, Suffolk [Map] and Gislingham, Suffolk [Map] in Suffolk by Henry VIII (age 46).

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Great Barton

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Great Barton, Holy Innocents Church

On 30 Nov 1852 Henry William St Pierre Bunbury (age 40) and Cecila Caroline Napier (age 33) were married at Holy Innocents Church, Great Barton. They were second cousin once removed. He a great x 4 grandson of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Great Bealings [Map]

The Woodbridge River Lark rises around Otley, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Clopton, Suffolk [Map], Grundisburgh, Suffolk [Map], and Great Bealings, Suffolk [Map] before joining the River Fynn before Martlesham, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Great Blakenham [Map]

The Great Road leaves Colchester along the A12 passing Langham [Map] to Stratford St Mary, Suffolk [Map] where it crosses the Suffolk River Stour and make a change in direction before passing Capel St Mary, Suffolk [Map]. After Capl St Mary the road turns north following a direct parh past Sproughton, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map] to Combretovium [Map] aka Baylham.

The River Gipping rises near Mendlesham Green, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows through Stowmarket, Suffolk [Map], past Needham Market, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map] to Ipswich, Suffolk [Map] where its name changes to become the River Orwell. At Ipswich it widens significantly before it is joined by the Suffolk River Stour at Harwich [Map] before joining the North Sea.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Great Bradley [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Great Thurlow [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Grundisburgh [Map]

The Woodbridge River Lark rises around Otley, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Clopton, Suffolk [Map], Grundisburgh, Suffolk [Map], and Great Bealings, Suffolk [Map] before joining the River Fynn before Martlesham, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Hadleigh

Around 890 Guthrum Viking died. He was, according to the 12th Century Annals of St Neots, buried in Hadleigh, Suffolk.

On 17 Dec 1825 Thomas Woolner was born in Hadleigh, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Hartismere

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Denham Hartismere

On 24 Sep 1277 William Marshal 1st Baron Marshal was born to John Marshal (age 20) and Hawise Unknown at Denham Hartismere, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Haughley

On 03 Dec 1769 Thomas Rawlinson of Stowlangtoft died at his house in Fenchurch Street [Map]. He was buried at Haughley, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Hawstead

In 1454 Robert Drury was born to Roger Drury of Hawstead in Suffolk (age 24) at Hawstead, Suffolk.

On 02 Oct 1527 William Drury was born to Robert Drury (age 24) at Hawstead, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Helmingham

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Helmingham, Church of St Mary [Map]

Church of St Mary, Helmingham [Map]. Four Tollemaches all called Lionel. The monument is so big that the church roof had to have a dormer window installed so it would fit inside. Three Lionels have swords, the fourth does not because he was a judge.

On 15 Aug 1591 Lionel Tollemache 2nd Baronet was baptised at Church of St Mary, Helmingham [Map].

On 06 Sep 1640 Lionel Tollemache 2nd Baronet (age 49) died at Tilbury [Map]. He was buried at Church of St Mary, Helmingham [Map]. On 06 Sep 1640 His son Lionel Tollemache 3rd Baronet (age 16) succeeded 3rd Baronet Talmash of Helmingham in Suffolk. Elizabeth Murray Duchess Lauderdale (age 13) by marriage Lady Talmash of Helmingham in Suffolk.

On 13 Jan 1955 Bentley Tollemache 3rd Baron Tollemache (age 71) died. He was buried at the Church of St Mary, Helmingham [Map]. His second cousin John Tollemache 4th Baron Tollemache (age 44) succeeded 4th Baron Tollemache of Helmingham in Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Henny Street [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Herringerhall

In 1724 John Gore was born to William Gore (age 32) in Herringerhall, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Hesset

In 1535 Isabel or Eleanor Cage (age 57) died in Hesset, Suffolk.

On 02 Nov 1548 Robert Bacon (age 69) died in Hesset, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Higham [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Icklingham [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Iken [Map]

The River Alde rises around Baddingham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Bruisyard, Suffolk [Map], Rendham, Suffolk [Map], Farnham, Suffolk [Map], Snape Bridge, Suffolk [Map], Iken, Suffolk [Map] to Aldeburgh, Suffolk [Map] where it heads south inside of Orford Ness joining the North Sea seve kilometeres south of Orford, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Ixworth

In 1197 Robert Blount was born at Ixworth, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Keddington [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Kettleburgh [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Ketton

On 11 Jan 1709 Samuel Barnardiston 2nd Baronet (deceased) was buried in Ketton, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Knettishall [Map]

The Little rises near Rickenhall, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Cracken Corner, Suffolk [Map]. It also appears to rises near and Redgrave And Lopham Fen [Map]; it isn't clear which is the source of the Little. Thereafter it flows past Blo' Norton, Norfolk [Map], Knettishall, Suffolk [Map], Rushford, Norfolk [Map], Barham, Suffolk [Map], Thetford, Norfolk [Map], where it is joined by the River Thet.

After Thetford the Little Ouse flows past Santon Downham, Suffolk [Map], through Brandon, Suffolk [Map], past Hockwold cum Wilton, Norfolk [Map] to Brandon Creek, Norfolk [Map] where it joins the River Great Ouse.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Knotishall

Around 1453 Christopher Willoughby 10th Baron Willoughby was born to Robert Willoughby (age 43) and Cecily Welles (age 23) at Knotishall, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Lamarsh [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Lavenham

In 1404 Lewis Clifford (age 40) died at Lavenham, Suffolk.

Around 1420 Thomas Cockfield was born in Lavenham, Suffolk.

Autobiography Simon D'Ewes. 06 Jul 1621. Upon Friday the 6th day of July, about eleven of the clock in the forenoon, I departed, with my father and the residue of his family, towards Chelmsford in Essex; where lodging this night, and at Lavenham, Suffolk the next day ensuing, we came to Stow Hall, my father's chief mansion in Suffolk, about eight of the clock in the morning, July the 8th, before divine service began, and so were partakers of two sermons this day in our parochial church. The rest of this month was chiefly spent in recreations, visitations, discourses, and such like: about the latter end whereof George Abbot (age 58), Doctor of Divinity and Archbishop of Canterbury, shooting at a deer in Alton Park1, near London, being the Lord Zouche's, struck one of the keepers into the arm, through the thwart glancing of the arrow, with which diyers of his sinews being cut, he soon alter died.

Note 1. Bramzil Park, according to Rushworth, i. p. 61. The Bishop of Lincoln, in giving judgment on thia matter, said: - "To add affliction to the afflicted will be against his Majesty's nature; yet to leave a man of blood primate and patriarch of all his churches, is a thing that aounda very harsh in the old councils and canons, and the Papiats will not spare to censure it."

On 20 Nov 1649 Henry Willoughby 1st Baronet (age 70) died at Lavenham, Suffolk. He was buried at Wilne [Map]. Baronet Willoughby of Risley in Derbyshire extinct.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Lavenham, Preston

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Lavenham, Preston, Roman Site [Map]

Time Team Series 3 Episode 6: Treasures of the Roman Field was filmed between 28 Apr 1995 and 09 Apr 1995. It was originally shown on 04 Feb 1996.

Location: Roman Site, Lavenham [Map] near Lavenham, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Lavenham, Stow Hall

Autobiography Simon D'Ewes. 06 Jul 1621. Upon Friday the 6th day of July, about eleven of the clock in the forenoon, I departed, with my father and the residue of his family, towards Chelmsford in Essex; where lodging this night, and at Lavenham, Suffolk the next day ensuing, we came to Stow Hall, my father's chief mansion in Suffolk, about eight of the clock in the morning, July the 8th, before divine service began, and so were partakers of two sermons this day in our parochial church. The rest of this month was chiefly spent in recreations, visitations, discourses, and such like: about the latter end whereof George Abbot (age 58), Doctor of Divinity and Archbishop of Canterbury, shooting at a deer in Alton Park1, near London, being the Lord Zouche's, struck one of the keepers into the arm, through the thwart glancing of the arrow, with which diyers of his sinews being cut, he soon alter died.

Note 1. Bramzil Park, according to Rushworth, i. p. 61. The Bishop of Lincoln, in giving judgment on thia matter, said: - "To add affliction to the afflicted will be against his Majesty's nature; yet to leave a man of blood primate and patriarch of all his churches, is a thing that aounda very harsh in the old councils and canons, and the Papiats will not spare to censure it."

Autobiography Simon D'Ewes. 06 Jun 1622. I had made some reasonable good progress in the study of the common law this month, both by my private reading and my conference with others, bad not some indisposition of health and the visitation of friends hindered me; and therefore, on Thursday, the 6th day June, I departed from the Middle Temple to my brother Elliot's into Surrey, to take the fresh air again, as I had done but a little before, and returned not to London till Taesday, the 25th day of the same month: from whence I took a second journey on Saturday following to Cambridge, to the commencement, my own tutor, Mr. Richard Houldsworth, now commencing Bachelor of Divinity; from whence I returned to London the ensuing Wednesday, the 3rd day of July, and afterwards settled reasonably well to my study, staying in town all this vacation, after my father's departure thence on Thursday the 25th day of the same month towards Stow Hall, with his family.

Autobiography Simon D'Ewes. 10 Jul 1623. On Thursday, the 10th day of July, after our supper in the Middle Temple Hall ended, with another utter barrister, I argued a moot at the bench to the good satisfaction of such as heard me. Two gentlemen under the bar arguing it first in Law-French, bareheaded, as I did myself before I was called to the bar at the cupboard. This was the first legal exercise I performed after I was called to the bar, after which many others followed. My father, the Lady Denton, and the rest of his family, with my brother and sister Elliot, departed from London towards Stow Hall, in Suffolk, on Tuesday, the 15th of the same month. About half an hour after six that evening, so terrible a tempest of thunder and lightning began, and continued with little intermission till nine of the clock, as I never remembered the like.

Autobiography Simon D'Ewes. 30 Jul 1623. On Wednesday, the 30th day of tiie same month, happened a foolish difference amongst our utter barristers of the Middle Temple, which occasioned me much trouble, and was a seasonable humiliation after my late call to the bar and increase of stipend. There were now divers sargeants-at-law to be made, who were to receive their full investitures next Michaelmas Term. Our late Lent reader, Sergeant Brampton, was the puisne of the three chosen of our Middle Temple, and on Monday, the fourth day of August, he read or argued a case in our Middle Temple Hall in the morning, at which I could not attend long, being in the afternoon to go out mih our reader of New Inn, and to argue his case; which I did accordingly. On Wednesday, August the 6th, Sergeant Brampton read the second time, and so ended his task. On the Friday ensuing, being the 8th day of the same month, began Mr. Davers, our other reader, (whose course it was to read this summer,) and ended it on the next Friday, being the 15th day of August. The residue of this long vacation I spent for the most part in the study of the law and in profitable conference, by which I gained every day more knowledge and found more content in my time studiously spent than in idleness. On Wednesday, the 13th day of August, in the morning about three of the dock, was my sister Elliot bronght to bed of a daughter, at Stow Hall; she was baptized Cecilia. It afterwards died on Thursday, the 4th day of October, in the year 1627, being then near upon four years and two months old.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Little Bealings [Map]

The River Fynn rises near Witnesham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Tuddenham, Suffolk [Map], Playford, Suffolk [Map], Little Bealings, Suffolk [Map] after which it is joined by the Woodbridge River Lark. Thereafter it flows past Martlesham, Suffolk [Map] before forming Martlesham Creek, Suffolk [Map] which flows into the River Debden.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Little Bradley [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Little Glemham

In Dec 1683 Walter Devereux (age 62) died at Little Glemham, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Little Malden

After 22 Sep 1545 Elizabeth Wentworth Countess Bath (age 75) died at Little Malden, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Little Saxham

In 1618 Henry Bennet 1st Earl Arlington was baptised at Little Saxham, Suffolk.

In Mar 1667 Henry Crofts (age 76) died. He was buried on Little Saxham, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Little Saxham Hall Little Saxham

In 1667 William Crofts 1st Baron Crofts (age 56) inherited Little Saxham Hall Little Saxham, Suffolk following the death of his father.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Little Thurlow

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Little Thurlow, St Peter's Church

On 23 May 1619 Stephen Soame (age 76) died. He was buried at St Peter's Church, Little Thurlow where he has an elaborate monument.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Long Melford [Map]

In Jan 1562 Richard Alington (age 27) died of smallpox in Long Melford, Suffolk [Map].

Before 09 Sep 1690 John Cordell 2nd Baronet (age 44) died. He was buried on 09 Sep 1690 at Long Melford, Suffolk [Map]. His son John Cordell 3rd Baronet (age 12) succeeded 3rd Baronet Cordell of Long Melford.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Long Melford, Kentwell Hall

On or before 02 Mar 1612 Anne Clopton was born to William Clopton of Kentwell Hall (age 20) in Kentwell Hall, Long Melford. She was baptised 02 Mar 1612.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Lowestoft

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Somerleyton Lowestoft

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Somerleyton Lowestoft, Somerleyton Hall

In 1678 Thomas Allin 1st Baronet (age 66) retired from public life settling at his country seat Somerleyton Hall, Lowestoft.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Marlesford [Map]

The River Ore rises near Dennington, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Framlingham, Suffolk [Map], Parham, Suffolk [Map], Marlesford, Suffolk [Map] to Blaxhall, Suffolk [Map] where it joins the River Alde.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Martlesham [Map]

The River Fynn rises near Witnesham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Tuddenham, Suffolk [Map], Playford, Suffolk [Map], Little Bealings, Suffolk [Map] after which it is joined by the Woodbridge River Lark. Thereafter it flows past Martlesham, Suffolk [Map] before forming Martlesham Creek, Suffolk [Map] which flows into the River Debden.

The Woodbridge River Lark rises around Otley, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Clopton, Suffolk [Map], Grundisburgh, Suffolk [Map], and Great Bealings, Suffolk [Map] before joining the River Fynn before Martlesham, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Martlesham Creek [Map]

The River Fynn rises near Witnesham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Tuddenham, Suffolk [Map], Playford, Suffolk [Map], Little Bealings, Suffolk [Map] after which it is joined by the Woodbridge River Lark. Thereafter it flows past Martlesham, Suffolk [Map] before forming Martlesham Creek, Suffolk [Map] which flows into the River Debden.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Mendlesham Green [Map]

The River Gipping rises near Mendlesham Green, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows through Stowmarket, Suffolk [Map], past Needham Market, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map] to Ipswich, Suffolk [Map] where its name changes to become the River Orwell. At Ipswich it widens significantly before it is joined by the Suffolk River Stour at Harwich [Map] before joining the North Sea.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Milden

On 18 Dec 1602 Simonds D'Ewes 1st Baronet was born to Paul d'Ewes (age 35) and Cecilia Simonds (age 23) at Milden, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Mildenhall [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Nacton

On 30 Oct 1757 Admiral Edward Vernon (age 72) died in Nacton, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Nayland [Map]

On 09 Oct 1609 Thomas Weston 4th Earl of Portland was born to Richard Weston 1st Earl of Portland (age 32) at Nayland, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Needham Market [Map]

The River Gipping rises near Mendlesham Green, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows through Stowmarket, Suffolk [Map], past Needham Market, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map] to Ipswich, Suffolk [Map] where its name changes to become the River Orwell. At Ipswich it widens significantly before it is joined by the Suffolk River Stour at Harwich [Map] before joining the North Sea.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Nettlestead

On 22 May 1298 Robert Tiptoft (age 51) died at Nettlestead, Suffolk.

On 30 Aug 1300 Eva Chaworth (age 48) died at Nettlestead, Suffolk.

On 02 Apr 1380 Margaret Deincourt Baroness Tibetot (age 36) died at Nettlestead, Suffolk.

Around 1424 Philip Wentworth was born to Roger Wentworth (age 29) and Margery Despencer 3rd Baroness Despencer, Baroness Ros (age 27) at Nettlestead, Suffolk.

On 24 Oct 1462 Roger Wentworth (age 67) died at Nettlestead, Suffolk.

Around 1470 Elizabeth Wentworth Countess Bath was born to Henry Wentworth 4th Baron Despencer (age 22) and Anne Saye Baroness Despencer (age 17) at Nettlestead, Suffolk.

In 1520 Anne Wentworth was born to Thomas Wentworth 1st Baron Wentworth (age 19) and Margaret Fortescue Baroness Wentworth (age 18) at Nettlestead, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, New England [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Oakley

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Oakley, Church of St Nicholas

In 1748 Dean Edward Townshend (age 28) became Rector of Church of St Nicholas, Oakley.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Otley [Map]

The Woodbridge River Lark rises around Otley, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Clopton, Suffolk [Map], Grundisburgh, Suffolk [Map], and Great Bealings, Suffolk [Map] before joining the River Fynn before Martlesham, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Pakenham

In 1460 John Cage was born in Pakenham, Suffolk.

Around 1479 Robert Strange of Elsing was born to Henry Strange of Hunstanton (age 47) at Pakenham, Suffolk.

On 18 Mar 1511 Robert Strange of Elsing (age 32) died at Pakenham, Suffolk.

On 07 Aug 1660 Hamon le Strange (age 55) died. He was buried at Pakenham, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Pakenham, St Mary's Church

In 1792 Captain Thomas Symonds (age 60) died. He was buried at St Mary's Church, Pakenham.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Parham [Map]

Around 1410 Robert Willoughby was born to Thomas Willoughby of Parham (age 23) and Joan Fitzalan (age 3) at Parham, Suffolk [Map]. Date adjusted to from 1420 to 1410 to be consistent with birth of daughter Dorothy in 1425.

On 19 Oct 1526 William Willoughby 11th Baron Willoughby (age 44) died at Parham, Suffolk [Map]. He was buried at All Saints Church, Mettingham Bungay [Map]. His daughter Catherine Willoughby Duchess Suffolk (age 7) succeeded 12th Baroness Willoughby de Eresby. Catherine Willoughby Duchess Suffolk (age 7) became a ward of Henry VIII (age 35).

The River Ore rises near Dennington, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Framlingham, Suffolk [Map], Parham, Suffolk [Map], Marlesford, Suffolk [Map] to Blaxhall, Suffolk [Map] where it joins the River Alde.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Parham Old Hall [Map]

On 22 Mar 1519 Catherine Willoughby Duchess Suffolk was born to William Willoughby 11th Baron Willoughby (age 37) and Maria de Salinas Baroness Willoughby (age 29) at Parham Old Hall, Suffolk [Map].

On 26 Mar 1519 Catherine Willoughby Duchess Suffolk was christened at Parham Old Hall, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Pelham

In 1546 Elizabeth Tailboys (age 56) died at Pelham, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Pinford End [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Playford [Map]

The River Fynn rises near Witnesham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Tuddenham, Suffolk [Map], Playford, Suffolk [Map], Little Bealings, Suffolk [Map] after which it is joined by the Woodbridge River Lark. Thereafter it flows past Martlesham, Suffolk [Map] before forming Martlesham Creek, Suffolk [Map] which flows into the River Debden.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Redgrave [Map]

Around 1538 Nicholas Bacon Lord Keeper (age 27) was given the manors of Redgrave, Suffolk [Map], Botesdale, Suffolk [Map] and Gislingham, Suffolk [Map] in Suffolk by Henry VIII (age 46).

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Redgrave And Lopham Fen [Map]

The Little rises near Rickenhall, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Cracken Corner, Suffolk [Map]. It also appears to rises near and Redgrave And Lopham Fen [Map]; it isn't clear which is the source of the Little. Thereafter it flows past Blo' Norton, Norfolk [Map], Knettishall, Suffolk [Map], Rushford, Norfolk [Map], Barham, Suffolk [Map], Thetford, Norfolk [Map], where it is joined by the River Thet.

After Thetford the Little Ouse flows past Santon Downham, Suffolk [Map], through Brandon, Suffolk [Map], past Hockwold cum Wilton, Norfolk [Map] to Brandon Creek, Norfolk [Map] where it joins the River Great Ouse.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Redgrave Manor

In 1702 John Holt (age 59) purchased Redgrave Manor from Robert Bacon 5th Baronet (age 50) whose debts had forced him to sell.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Redgrave, St Mary's Church

On 22 Nov 1624 Nicholas Bacon 1st Baronet (age 84) died in Culford, Suffolk [Map]. He was buried at St Mary's Church, Redgrave. At the east end of the north aisle is a chest tomb in black and white marble with the effigies of Sir Nicholas Bacon his wife Anne Butts made in 1616 by Nicholas Stone (age 37). His son Edmund Bacon 2nd Baronet (age 54) succeeded 2nd Baronet Bacon of Redgrave in Suffolk.

On 25 Aug 1652 Robert Bacon died. He was buried at St Mary's Church, Redgrave.

On 05 Mar 1710 John Holt (age 67) died. He was buried at St Mary's Church, Redgrave. His grey and white marble monument, with some gilt, and was made by Thomas Green of Camberwell (age 51). In the centre of the monument is the seated effigy of a judge, flanked by statues representing personifications of Justice and Vigilance, all contained in an elaborately carved aedicule.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Rendham [Map]

The River Alde rises around Baddingham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Bruisyard, Suffolk [Map], Rendham, Suffolk [Map], Farnham, Suffolk [Map], Snape Bridge, Suffolk [Map], Iken, Suffolk [Map] to Aldeburgh, Suffolk [Map] where it heads south inside of Orford Ness joining the North Sea seve kilometeres south of Orford, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Rickenhall [Map]

The Little rises near Rickenhall, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Cracken Corner, Suffolk [Map]. It also appears to rises near and Redgrave And Lopham Fen [Map]; it isn't clear which is the source of the Little. Thereafter it flows past Blo' Norton, Norfolk [Map], Knettishall, Suffolk [Map], Rushford, Norfolk [Map], Barham, Suffolk [Map], Thetford, Norfolk [Map], where it is joined by the River Thet.

After Thetford the Little Ouse flows past Santon Downham, Suffolk [Map], through Brandon, Suffolk [Map], past Hockwold cum Wilton, Norfolk [Map] to Brandon Creek, Norfolk [Map] where it joins the River Great Ouse.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Ridgewell [Map]

The River Colne rises near Ridgewell, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Great Yeldham [Map], Sible Hedingham [Map], Halstead [Map], Earls Colne [Map], Wakes Colne [Map], Aldham [Map], Fordham Heath [Map] to Colchester [Map] then past Wivenhoe [Map] where it widens before joining the North Sea at Brightlingsea [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Rushbrooke

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Rushbrooke, St Nicholas' Church

On 04 Jun 1806 Charles Davers 6th Baronet (age 69) died without legitimate issue. Baronet Davers of Rougham in Suffolk extinct. He was buried in St Nicholas' Church, Rushbrooke.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Santon Downham [Map]

The Little rises near Rickenhall, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Cracken Corner, Suffolk [Map]. It also appears to rises near and Redgrave And Lopham Fen [Map]; it isn't clear which is the source of the Little. Thereafter it flows past Blo' Norton, Norfolk [Map], Knettishall, Suffolk [Map], Rushford, Norfolk [Map], Barham, Suffolk [Map], Thetford, Norfolk [Map], where it is joined by the River Thet.

After Thetford the Little Ouse flows past Santon Downham, Suffolk [Map], through Brandon, Suffolk [Map], past Hockwold cum Wilton, Norfolk [Map] to Brandon Creek, Norfolk [Map] where it joins the River Great Ouse.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Saxham

In 1425 Elizabeth Crofts was born to Thomas Crofts (age 40) in Saxham, Suffolk.

Oct 1668. In this part of the "Diary" no entry occurs for thirteen days, though there are several pages left blank. During the interval Pepys went into the country, as he subsequently mentions his having been at Saxham, in Suffolk, during the King's visit to Lord Crofts (age 57), which took place at this time (see October 23rd, post). He might also probably have gone to Impington to fetch his wife. The pages left blank were never filled up. B.

Pepy's Diary. 23 Oct 1668. So home, and there all alone to dinner, my wife and W. Hewer (age 26) being gone to Deptford, Kent [Map] to see her mother, and so I to the office all the afternoon. In the afternoon comes my cozen, Sidney Pickering (age 18), to bring my wife and me his sister's Favour for her wedding, which is kindly done, and he gone, I to business again, and in the evening home, made my wife read till supper time, and so to bed. This day Pierce do tell me, among other news, the late frolick and debauchery of Sir Charles Sidly (age 29) and Buckhurst (age 25), running up and down all the night with their arses bare, through the streets; and at last fighting, and being beat by the watch and clapped up all night; and how the King (age 38) takes their parts; and my Lord Chief Justice Keeling (age 61) hath laid the constable by the heels to answer it next Sessions: which is a horrid shame. How the King (age 38) and these gentlemen did make the fiddlers of Thetford, this last progress, to sing them all the bawdy songs they could think of. How Sir W. Coventry (age 40) was brought the other day to the Duchesse of York (age 31) by the Duke (age 35), to kiss her hand; who did acknowledge his unhappiness to occasion her so much sorrow, declaring his intentions in it, and praying her pardon; which she did give him upon his promise to make good his pretences of innocence to her family, by his faithfulness to his master, the Duke of York (age 35). That the Duke of Buckingham (age 40) is now all in all, and will ruin Coventry (age 40), if he can: and that W. Coventry (age 40) do now rest wholly upon the Duke of York (age 35) for his standing, which is a great turn. He tells me that my Baroness Castlemayne (age 27), however, is a mortal enemy to the Duke of Buckingham (age 40), which I understand not; but, it seems, she is disgusted with his greatness, and his ill usage of her. That the King (age 38) was drunk at Saxam with Sidly (age 29), Buckhurst (age 25), &c., the night that my Lord Arlington (age 50) come thither, and would not give him audience, or could not which is true, for it was the night that I was there, and saw the King (age 38) go up to his chamber, and was told that the King (age 38) had been drinking. He tells me, too, that the Duke of York (age 35) did the next day chide Bab. May (age 40) for his occasioning the King's giving himself up to these gentlemen, to the neglecting of my Lord Arlington (age 50): to which he answered merrily, that, by God, there was no man in England that had heads to lose, durst do what they do, every day, with the King (age 38), and asked the Duke of York's (age 35) pardon: which is a sign of a mad world. God bless us out of it!

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Saxmundham

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Saxmundham, Stratford St Andrew

Around 1112 Ranulf Glanville was born at Stratford St Andrew, Saxmundham.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Sicklesmere [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Snape [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Snape Bridge [Map]

The River Alde rises around Baddingham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Bruisyard, Suffolk [Map], Rendham, Suffolk [Map], Farnham, Suffolk [Map], Snape Bridge, Suffolk [Map], Iken, Suffolk [Map] to Aldeburgh, Suffolk [Map] where it heads south inside of Orford Ness joining the North Sea seve kilometeres south of Orford, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Sotterley

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Sotterley, St Margaret's Church

On or after 16 Jul 1615 William Playters 2nd Baronet (age 21) and Frances Le Grys (age 20) were married at St Margaret's Church, Sotterley.

On 18 May 1638 Thomas Playters 1st Baronet (age 72) died. He was buried at St Margaret's Church, Sotterley where he has a monument with the inscription "Here is buried the body of the most distinguished man Thomas Playter knight and baronet, a man of integrity of life, pleasantness of manner, charity of soul, most reverent in probity, the patron of this church, most meritorious to be made immortal in the eternal memory of men, who when he had lived for 73 years, fell peacefully asleep in Christ on the 18th day of May in the year of Our Lord 1638. He had two wives, the first was Anne, eldest daughter of William Swan of Southfleet in the county of Kent, knight, who bore him two sons and two daughters and departed this life on the 14th day of October in the year of the eternal king 1594. The second was Anne (age 74) only daughter of Anthony Browne of Elsing in the county of Norfolk, knight, who bore him eight sons and ten daughters (she survives him and is active in life among mortals). She rests here at one with her husband in the sure hope of future resurrection to life eternal." His son William Playters 2nd Baronet (age 44) succeeded 2nd Baronet Playters of Sotterley in Suffolk albeit he died a few weeks later.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Southwold [Map]

Calendars. 29 May 1655. Royal Charles. 76. Sir William Coventry (age 27) to Lord Arlington (age 37). Capt. Langhorne has arrived with seven ships, and reports the taking of the Hamburg fleet, with the man-of-war their convoy; mistaking the Dutch fleet for the English, they fell into it. Will sail to-morrow for Southwold [Map] Bay, and there finish taking in victuals.

Calendars. 30 Jul 1666. Great Yarmouth, Norfolk [Map]. 80. Rich. Bower to Williamson. The Zealanders were engaged with the Blue squadron Wednesday and most of Thursday, but at length the Zealanders ran; the Dutch fleet escaped to the Weelings and Goree; only hears of six ships lost by them; 32 wounded men from the Victory and Vanguard have come to Southwold, Suffolk [Map]. The Victory being threatened by a fire-ship, the captain sent his lieutenant in a ketch to put the fire-ship by; the ketch followed the fire-ship too near the Dutch fleet, and being herself taken for a fire-ship, every one near let fly at ber, so the ketch was sadly shattered and the lieuten- ant killed. Capt. Talbot of the Elizabeth came into Aldborough [Map], with his vessel in good condition, walking the deck in his silk morning gown and powdered hair. The East India London also came into Aldborough [Map]; the captain was killed, and the surgeon's arm broken; the men declared they would not fight without a surgeon; other arrivals at Yarmouth [Map]. Sir Thomas Allin (age 54) has taken and fired Banckart's flag ship, Banckart escaping in a boat. The Royal Charles is sent in; the generals remain on board the Royal James. The Hull fleet has sailed from Yarmouth [Map] for London without convoy. Begs the Gazettes regularly; 22 wounded men are brought ashore.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Sproughton [Map]

The Great Road leaves Colchester along the A12 passing Langham [Map] to Stratford St Mary, Suffolk [Map] where it crosses the Suffolk River Stour and make a change in direction before passing Capel St Mary, Suffolk [Map]. After Capl St Mary the road turns north following a direct parh past Sproughton, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map] to Combretovium [Map] aka Baylham.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Stoke-by-Nayland

In 1385 Robert Howard was born to John Howard (age 19) and Alice Tendring (age 20) at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk.

On 01 Apr 1437 Robert Howard (age 52) died at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk.

In 1443 Thomas Howard 2nd Duke of Norfolk was born to John Howard 1st Duke of Norfolk (age 18) and Katherine Moleyns (age 19) at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk.

On 18 Oct 1459 Margaret Mowbray Baroness Grey Ruthyn (age 71) died at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk.

In 1472 William Tendering was born to William Tendering (age 20) at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk. Often quoted as around 1472; adjusted to be consistent with daughter's birth.

In 1476 Thomasine Sidney was born to William IV Sidney (age 59) at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk.

Around 1485 Dorothy Tendering was born to William Tendering (age 13) and Thomasine Sidney (age 9) at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk.

On 02 Sep 1512 Francis Southwell (age 36) died at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Stoke-by-Nayland, St Mary's Church

On 21 Feb 1997 Joshua Francis Rowley 7th Baronet (age 76) died. He was buried at St Mary's Church, Stoke-by-Nayland. His fourth cousin Charles Robert Rowley 8th and 7th Baronet (age 70) succeeded 8th Baronet Rowley of Tendring Hall in Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Stonecross Green [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Stow

In 1203 Robert Cheney (age 40) died at Stow, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Stowmarket [Map]

The River Gipping rises near Mendlesham Green, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows through Stowmarket, Suffolk [Map], past Needham Market, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map] to Ipswich, Suffolk [Map] where its name changes to become the River Orwell. At Ipswich it widens significantly before it is joined by the Suffolk River Stour at Harwich [Map] before joining the North Sea.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Stradbroke

Around 1168 Bishop Robert Grosseteste was born at Stradbroke, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Stratford St Mary [Map]

The Great Road leaves Colchester along the A12 passing Langham [Map] to Stratford St Mary, Suffolk [Map] where it crosses the Suffolk River Stour and make a change in direction before passing Capel St Mary, Suffolk [Map]. After Capl St Mary the road turns north following a direct parh past Sproughton, Suffolk [Map], Bramford, Suffolk [Map], Great Blakenham, Suffolk [Map] to Combretovium [Map] aka Baylham.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Sudbourne

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Sudbourne Hall

On 14 Jun 1794 Francis Seymour-Conway 1st Marquess Hertford (age 75) died. His son Francis Ingram Seymour-Conway 2nd Marquess Hertford (age 51) succeeded 2nd Marquess Hertford, 2nd Earl Hertford, 2nd Earl of Yarmouth, 2nd Viscount Beauchamp, 3rd Baron Conway of Ragley in Warwickshire, 3rd Baron Conway of Killultagh in Antrim. Isabella Anne Ingram Marchioness Hertford (age 35) by marriage Marchioness Hertford. The estate was worth £70000 a year, and included Ragley Hall Alcester, Sudbourne Hall, Sudbourne and estates in Ireland.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Sudbury [Map]

Around 1316 Archbishop Simon Sudbury was born at Sudbury, Suffolk [Map].

Around 1562 Cordelia Alington was born to Richard Alington (age 27) in Sudbury, Suffolk [Map].

On 09 Feb 1709 George Venables-Vernon 1st Baron Vernon was born to Henry Vernon (age 22) and Anne Pigot at Sudbury, Suffolk [Map].

On or before 14 May 1727, the date he was baptised, Thomas Gainsborough was born to John Gainsborough and Mary Burroughs in Sudbury, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Sudbury, Assington

On 21 Sep 1623 John Gurdon (age 87) died. He was buried on 25 Sep 1623 at Assington, Suffolk.

Amy Brampton was born to William Brampton of Letton at Assington, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Sudbury, Assington Hall

In 1536 John Gurdon was born to Robert Gurdon of Assington and Rose Sexton at Assington Hall, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Sudbury, St Gregory's Church [Map]

After 14 Jun 1381 Archbishop Simon Sudbury (age 65)'s head was kept at St Gregory's Church, Sudbury [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Thorington Street [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Thorpe

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Harbord Morden Thorpe

On 26 Jan 1734 Harbord Morden aka Harbord 1st Baron Suffield was born to William Morden aka Harbord 1st Baronet (age 38) and Elizabeth Britiffe Lady Harbord at Harbord Morden Thorpe, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Thurston

Around 1302 Ralph Ufford was born to Robert Ufford 1st Baron Ufford (age 22) and Cecily Valoignes Baroness Ufford (age 18) at Thurston, Suffolk.

Around 1305 Eve Clavering was born to John Clavering (age 39) and Hawise Tiptoft (age 35) at Thurston, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Tuddenham [Map]

The River Fynn rises near Witnesham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Tuddenham, Suffolk [Map], Playford, Suffolk [Map], Little Bealings, Suffolk [Map] after which it is joined by the Woodbridge River Lark. Thereafter it flows past Martlesham, Suffolk [Map] before forming Martlesham Creek, Suffolk [Map] which flows into the River Debden.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Ubbeston

Before 25 Jun 1667 Robert Kemp 3rd Baronet was born to Robert Kemp 2nd Baronet (age 39) and Mary Sone Lady Kemp at Ubbeston, Suffolk. He was baptised at St Peter's Church, Ubbeston on 25 Jun 1667.

On 29 Jul 1705 Mary Sone Lady Kemp died at Ubbeston, Suffolk. She was buried at St Mary's Church, Gissing.

On 27 Nov 1712 Edmund Bacon 6th Baronet (age 32) and Mary Kemp Lady Bacon (age 19) were married at Ubbeston, Suffolk. She by marriage Lady Bacon of Redgrave in Suffolk. They had five daughters.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Ubbeston, St Peter's Church

Before 25 Jun 1667 Robert Kemp 3rd Baronet was born to Robert Kemp 2nd Baronet (age 39) and Mary Sone Lady Kemp at Ubbeston, Suffolk. He was baptised at St Peter's Church, Ubbeston on 25 Jun 1667.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Ufford

In 1345 Maud Ufford Countess of Oxford was born to Ralph Ufford (age 43) and Maud Plantagenet Countess Ulster (age 35) at Ufford, Suffolk. She a great x 2 granddaughter of King Henry III of England.

On 25 May 1671 Henry Wood 1st Baronet (age 73) died without male issue. Baronet Wood extinct. On 31 May 1671 he was buried at Ufford, Suffolk. His daughter Mary Wood Duchess Southampton (age 8) was his heir. In view of the great wealth she was to inherit she was betrothed to Charles Fitzroy 1st Duke Southampton 2nd Duke Cleveland (age 8), an illegitmate son of King Charles II of England Scotland and Ireland (age 40) and Barbara Villiers 1st Duchess of Cleveland (age 30). On her father's death she went to live with Barbara Villiers 1st Duchess of Cleveland (age 30). They, Mary Wood Duchess Southampton (age 8) and Charles Fitzroy 1st Duke Southampton 2nd Duke Cleveland (age 8) married 1679 but she died a year later from smallpox.

On 18 Dec 1734 Robert Kemp 3rd Baronet (age 67) died at Ufford, Suffolk. His son Robert Kemp 4th Baronet (age 35) succeeded 4th Baronet Kemp of Gissing in Norfolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Wangford Brandon

Around 1425 William Brandon was born to Robert Brandon (age 15) and Ada Calthorpe at Wangford Brandon, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Wangford cum Henham Suffolk

Europe, British Isles, East England, Church of St Peter and St Paul Wangford cum Henham Suffolk

Church of St Peter and St Paul Wangford cum Henham Suffolk. John Rous Baronet. This monument is signed by Robert Page of Norwich. I had been told this but I did not spot the signature itself until my third visit. John Earl of Stradbrooke.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Westhorpe [Map]

On 06 Jul 1489 George Hopton (age 28) died in Westhorpe, Suffolk [Map].

Wriothesley's Chronicle 1530-1539. 23 Jun 1533. This yeare, on Midsommer eaven, died the French Queene (age 37),a sister to the Kinge (age 41), and wife to the Duke of Suffolke (age 49), and was buried at Sainct Edmondesburie in Suffolke.

Note a. Mary (age 37), sister to Henry VIII (age 41) and Queen Dowager of France, died at the manor of Westhorpe [Map], in Suffolk, on the 23rd June, and was buried (July 22) at the monastery of St. Edmondsbury, where her corpse was found in a perfect state on September 6th, 1784, being 251 years after her interment.

On 23 Jun 1533, or 25 Jun 1533 for which the source is unclear, Mary Tudor Queen Consort France (age 37) died at Westhorpe, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Wetherden

Around 1540 Thomas Tyrrell was born to Henry Tyrrell at Wetherden, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Wickham Market [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Willisham

Around 1373 Robert Ferrers was born to Robert Ferrers Baron Wem and Oversley (age 32) and Elizabeth Boteler Baroness Ferrers Wem (age 28) at Willisham, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Wingfield

Around 1328 Thomas Wingfield was born to John Wingfield at Wingfield, Suffolk.

Around 1460 John Pole was born to John Pole (age 21) at Wingfield, Suffolk.

Around 1468 Elizabeth Pole Baroness Marshal and Morley was born to John de la Pole 2nd Duke of Suffolk (age 25) and Elizabeth York Duchess Suffolk (age 23) in Wingfield, Suffolk. She a great x 3 granddaughter of King Edward III of England.

Before 27 Oct 1492 John de la Pole 2nd Duke of Suffolk (age 50) died. He was buried at Wingfield, Suffolk. Before 27 Oct 1492 His son Edmund Pole 3rd Duke of Suffolk (age 21) succeeded 3rd Duke Suffolk, 3rd Marquess Suffolk 1C, 6th Earl Suffolk.

After Jan 1503 Elizabeth York Duchess Suffolk (age 58) died at Wingfield, Suffolk.

On 26 Jul 1538 George Talbot 4th Earl of Shrewsbury (age 70) died at Wingfield, Suffolk. He was buried at Sheffield Cathedral [Map]. His son Francis Talbot 5th Earl of Shrewsbury (age 38) succeeded 5th Earl of Shrewsbury, 5th Earl Waterford, 10th Baron Furnivall, 14th Baron Strange Blackmere, 11th Baron Talbot.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Wissington [Map]

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Witnesham [Map]

The River Fynn rises near Witnesham, Suffolk [Map] from where it flows past Tuddenham, Suffolk [Map], Playford, Suffolk [Map], Little Bealings, Suffolk [Map] after which it is joined by the Woodbridge River Lark. Thereafter it flows past Martlesham, Suffolk [Map] before forming Martlesham Creek, Suffolk [Map] which flows into the River Debden.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Woodbridge [Map]

On 28 Jun 1292 Richard de de Braose (age 60) died at Woodbridge, Suffolk [Map].

On 19 Apr 1798 Elizabeth Spencer Lady Dashwood (age 82) died at Grosvenor Square, Belgravia. She was buried at Woodbridge, Suffolk [Map].

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Woodbridge, Great Bealings

Before 09 Jul 1212 Gilbert Peche (age 67) died at Great Bealings, Woodbridge.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Woodbridge, Sutton Hoo

Around 624 Raedwald King East Anglia (age 54) died. He was probably buried at Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge. His son Eorpwald King East Anglia succeeded King East Anglia.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Woodbridge, Westerfield

On 07 Nov 1361 Ida Fitzwalter Baroness Neville Essex (age 69) died at Westerfield, Woodbridge.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Worlingham

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Worlingham, All Saints Church [Map]

All Saints Church, Worlingham [Map]. Chantrey monument.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Worlingham Hall

On 02 Aug 1841 Archibald Brabazon Sparrow Acheson 4th Earl Gosford was born to Archibald Acheson 3rd Earl Gosford (age 34) and Theodosia Brabazon Countess Gosford (age 30) at Worlingham Hall, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Wrentham

In Sep 1231 Luke Poynings was born to Thomas Poynings (age 29) in Wrentham, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Yaxley [Map]

From Combretovium [Map] aka Baylham the Pye Road continues along what is now the A140 through Yaxley, Suffolk [Map] where it makes a slight change in direction, through Dickleburgh, Norfolk [Map], Long Stratton, Norfolk [Map] to Norwich, Norfolk [Map] from where it continues east to Venta Icenorium [Map] aka Caistor St Edmund.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Yoxford

In 1570 Thomasine Sidney (age 94) died at Yoxford, Suffolk.

Europe, British Isles, East England, Suffolk, Yoxford, Cockfield Hall

On 26 Jan 1568 Catherine Grey Countess Hertford (age 27) died at Cockfield Hall, Suffolk.