pages to check iix, iixxxix, 117, 124. Also see extract from The-Concise-Oxford-Dictionary-Of-English-Place-Names-Elkwall
Mainly for Jane’s interest.
We thought that this picture was on Garden Field (I think). It look slike it may have been in Ipswich.
Of local interest. 1851 A Season at Harwich by W H Lindsey
History of the County of Suffolk by AugusinePage 1847
Jottings from Stinson and Jones
1934 agreement with Waller, Stollery and Waldringfield Sailing Club
Best viewed full screen by clicking square in middle of top bar.
Audio – you have to figure out where to advance the slides as the video was no good.
Sound quality is poor but audible. Slides are below. Script:
Needs transcript some time.
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 more1890 The church bells of Suffolk by Raven
A topographical and genealogical history of the County of Suffolk by Page, Augustine Available from archive.org
The place-names of Suffolk by Skeat, Walter W. (Walter William), 1835-1912 Available from archive.org
Available here from archive.org See Extract on Deben from Breviary of Suffolk in the 17th C 1618 by Reyce Possible connection Thomas Appleton of Waldringfield Gent
Various versions available from archive.org This is all the mention Waldringfield merits in 1764
Volume 3 Pages 113 & 114 Available to download for free from archive.org page 113 WALDRINGFIELD There was one manor here in Saxon times. It belonged to Ranalf, brother of Ilger, and consisted of 1 carucate of land, a border, 2 ploughteams, reduced to 1 at the time of the survey, and a mill. In … Read more1905 Copingers Manors of Suffolk
The Deben Gives us much pleasure, Boats sail their measure, Against ebb and flow, Against winds high and low, Just walking the shore. Knowing there is more, Each day a different hue. Each day a changing view, Sands enjoyed by tots, All spades, buckets and pots, Birds that stay and feed. Dabbling in the weed, … Read moreThe Deben by Kit Clark
Early morning, early summer, the sun rises over the village on a perfect Englishday. Bobby opens up the garage while up the road Miss Bloomfield in the Post Office drinks her first tea of the day, dusts the shelves in the tiny lean-to shop, polishes the jars of jelly babies and dolly mixtures, farthing a … Read moreA Suffolk Village by Stella James
This and others accessible from the Suffolk Libraries site Web archives
Ipswich Journal – Sat 14th Oct 1893 Death of Mr George Mason At Ipswich Another link in the chain of busy, shrewd, far-seeing men who in their day played a prominent part in making Ipswich the prosperous commercial centre it is to-day, has been suddenly snapped, and that so suddenly that the inhabitants of the … Read more1893 George Mason newspaper obituary
Film from the 1900s others available
2007 saxon manual Onomasticon – where AS names appear A_Dictionary_of_the_Anglo_Saxon_Language.pdf A Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language
Holinshed’s Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland was a complete description of everything about Elizabethan Britain. There were 1577 and 1587 editions. The Description of England was complied by William Harrison. Of local interest: Volume 4 on Scotland is dedicated to Thomas Seckford. To the Right worshipfull Maister Thomas Secford Esquire and Maister of the … Read more1587 Holinsheds Chronicles
1888 Jumbo, Brooks to London 1879 Invincible, Fiddaman out to Waldringfield from London There were two Invincibles both built 1879 Blackfriars or Gravesend