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List of A roads in zone 1 in Great Britain beginning north of the Thames, east of the A1 (roads beginning with 1).
The A1120 is an 'A' road in the English county of Suffolk.
Ann Candler (1740–1814) was a poet, known as 'The Suffolk Cottager', whose works appeared in the Ipswich Journal and a volume published toward the end of her life.
B roads are numbered routes in Great Britain of lesser importance than A roads.
The Blois family are major landowners in Suffolk.
Blyth Rural District was a rural district in East Suffolk, England, between 1934 and 1974.
Blything was a hundred of eastern Suffolk, and with an area of was the largest of Suffolk's 21 hundreds.
Blything Rural District was a rural district within the administrative county of East Suffolk between 1894 and 1934.
The Bury St Edmunds witch trials were a series of trials conducted intermittently between the years 1599 and 1694 in the town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, England.
Cockfield Hall in Yoxford in Suffolk is a Grade I listed private house standing in of historic parkland, dating from the 16th century.
Darsham railway station is on the East Suffolk Line in the east of England, serving the villages of Darsham and Yoxford, Suffolk, lying midway between the two communities.
David Elisha Davy (1769–1851) was an English antiquary and collector from Suffolk.
The Day Joyce Sheet is one of the most remarkable artefacts to have emerged from the prison camps of the Second World War.
Dennington is a village and civil parish in the English county of Suffolk.
Captain Egerton Bagot Byrd Levett-Scrivener (1857-1954) was a Royal Navy Flag Lieutenant and aide to Vice Admiral George Willes in the Far East.
Elizabeth Brooke (January 1601 – 22 July 1683) was an English religious writer.
The Glamorgan Yeomanry was a Yeomanry regiment of the British Army originally raised in the late eighteenth century as a result of concern over the threat of invasion by the French.
There are 60 Grade I listed buildings in Suffolk Coastal, a non-metropolitan district in the county of Suffolk in England.
There are over 20,000 Grade II* listed buildings in England.
The Grand Henham Steam Rally is held annually at the end of September at Henham Park, near Southwold, in the English county of Suffolk.
The Hambling Baronetcy, of Yoxford in the County of Suffolk, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom.
Lieutenant General Sir Herbert Scott Gould Miles, (31 July 1850 – 6 May 1926) was a senior British Army officer.
This is a list of Sheriffs and High Sheriffs of Suffolk.
The Ipswich Martyrs were nine people burnt at the stake for their Lollard or Protestant beliefs around 1515-1558.
James Allen Ransome (July 1806 – 29 August 1875), known as Allen Ransome, was a British agricultural-implement maker and agricultural writer, known from his 1843 publication of "The Implements of Agriculture." He was considered as "one of the leaders in a movement which, by bringing the science of the engineer to bear on the manufacture of implements for tilling the ground, has wrought, during the present century, an almost complete revolution in the practice of agriculture.".
James Fitzgerald Gregg was Dean of Limerick from 1899 to 1905.
John Eachard (1636? – 7 July 1697) was an English divine and satirist, noted for his humorous descriptions of the contemporary clergy.
John Fairfax (1623–1700) was an English ejected minister.
John Fisher (1748, Hampton – 8 May 1825, Seymour Street, London), DD was a 19th-century Church of England bishop, serving as Bishop of Exeter, then Bishop of Salisbury.
John Hopton (about 1405-1478) was an English landowner and administrator with estates in Suffolk and Yorkshire who was active in local government during the reigns of King Henry VI and King Edward IV.
Katherine Seymour, Countess of Hertford (25 August 1540 – 26 January 1568), born Lady Katherine Grey, was the younger sister of Lady Jane Grey.
Lady Mary Grey (c. 1545 – 20 April 1578) was the youngest daughter of Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and Frances Brandon, and through her mother had a claim on the crown of England.
Levett is an Anglo-Norman territorial surname deriving from the village of Livet-en-Ouche, now Jonquerets-de-Livet, in Eure, Normandy.
This is a list of civil parishes in the ceremonial county of Suffolk, England.
These monasteries were dissolved by King Henry VIII of England in the Dissolution of the Monasteries.
This is a list of cities, towns and villages in the ceremonial county of Suffolk, England.
Protestants were executed under heresy laws during persecutions against Protestant religious reformers for their religious denomination during the reigns of Henry VIII (1509–1547) and Mary I of England (1553–1558).
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A list of all windmills and windmill sites which lie in the current ceremonial county of Suffolk.
Middleton is a village in the east of the English county of Suffolk.
Milford Hall is a privately owned 18th-century country mansion house at Milford, near Stafford.
Minsmere River is a river in the English county of Suffolk which flows into the North Sea at Minsmere.
Sir Owen Hopton (c.1519-1595) was an English administrator and politician.
The Pembroke Yeomanry was a regiment of the British Army formed in 1794.
Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies Limited was a major British agricultural machinery maker also producing a wide range of general engineering products in Ipswich, Suffolk including traction engines, trolleybuses, ploughs, lawn mowers, combine harvesters and other tilling equipment.
The River Yox is a river in the English county of Suffolk.
Sir Robert Brooke (c. 1572 – 10 July 1646) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1624 and 1629.
The Royal North Devon Yeomanry was a Yeomanry regiment of the British Army.
Samuel Fairclough (1594–1677) was an English nonconformist divine.
Lieutenant General Samuel Holt Lomax (August 1855 – 10 April 1915) was a British Army officer who commanded the 1st Division during the early battles of the First World War.
Saxtead is a small village in the Suffolk Coastal District, in the county of Suffolk.
Sibton Abbey, an early Cistercian abbey located near Yoxford, Suffolk, was founded about 1150 by William de Chesney, High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk.
Suffolk Coastal is a local government district in Suffolk, England.
The Survey of English Dialects was undertaken between 1950 and 1961 under the direction of Professor Harold Orton of the English department of the University of Leeds.
Thomas Thurlow (1813 – 1899) was a renowned English sculptor who created memorials in churches in the Saxmundham, Suffolk area, including a bust of the poet George Crabbe in St Peter and St Paul's Church, Aldeburgh.
The Welsh Horse Yeomanry was a yeomanry regiment of the British Army that served in the First World War.
William Brydges, 4th Baron Chandos (ca. 1552 – 1602), was an English peer and politician.
William Manning (1630?–1711) was an English ejected minister and Unitarian writer.
William Robert Symonds (1851 – November 7, 1934) was an English painter.
William Worth (c.1646-1721) was an Irish judge of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries.
The 357th Fighter Group was an air combat unit of the United States Army Air Forces during the Second World War.