1838 to 1900 MARRIAGES

1838   There appears to be no marriages recorded for this year       1839   Richard WHITMAN full age bac (miller) of Rushmere son of Lemon (lab) & Mary DAMANT full age sp of Waldringfield dau of James (lab)                                         wits: Thomas FRYATT                                              Hannah DAMANT 30 Apr 1839     1840   Samuel GOODALL … Read more 1838 to 1900 MARRIAGES

Guide to All Saints by Rev. Roy Tricker Jan 2019

Welcome to All Saints, in its lovely rural setting, about ½ mile south of the main centre of population, with delightful views eastwards from its tree-shaded churchyard, where a Saxon burial-urn was discovered in 1841 (now in the Purnell Collection at the British Museum). Early Christians probably took over the pagan burial-site and built their … Read more Guide to All Saints by Rev. Roy Tricker Jan 2019

1890 The church bells of Suffolk by Raven

The church bells of Suffolk; a chronicle in nine chapters, with a complete list of the inscriptions on the bells, and historical notes by Raven, John James, 1833-1906 Available here on archive.org  can be viewed or downloaded as a pdf Relevant text: 498. WALDRINGFiELD ^// &/V;/i-. i Bell. Bell. Stephen Brame Churchwarden T. G. 17 14. … Read more 1890 The church bells of Suffolk by Raven

Waldringfield’s ring of Churches

W.G.Arnott 1)Place Names of the Deben Valley by W.G.Arnott suggested in Place Names of the Deben Valley that the locations of local Churches relate to pre seawall access by water and the transport of stone fonts from Norfolk. Furthermore, a 1999 River Deben Association magazine contains an article by David Aldred describing a circular arrangement … Read more Waldringfield’s ring of Churches

Analysis of circular arrangement of Churches

Based on 1999 circle of Churches around Waldringfield in RDA In 1999 David Aldred wrote an article in the RDA Deben magazine which described a surprising circular arrangement of other Churches around Waldringfield at a radius of two old Suffolk miles.  Also W.G.Arnott mentions the transport of stone fonts from Norfolk by water and accessibility … Read more Analysis of circular arrangement of Churches

1035 and 1044 gift of land Leofgifu

From “Earls, ceorls, thegns and lords: English society on the eve of the Conquest (UEA)” – author not specified. between 1035 and 1044, the East Anglian lady Leofgifu 1)Leofgifu comes from the words for Love and Gift, a pretty name  gave Godric her reeve the land at Waldringfield, Suffolk, which she had previously loaned to … Read more 1035 and 1044 gift of land Leofgifu