1551 1623 Camden’s Britannia newly translated into English

Mentions Deben, Woodbridge, Landguard.   But when the Normans had pos∣sess’d themselves of England, they built here a Castle; which Hugh Bigod held for some time against Stephen the usurping King of England; but at last surren∣der’d it. Now ’tis so entirely gone to decay, that there is not so much as the rubbish left. … Read more1551 1623 Camden’s Britannia newly translated into English

1898 Feb 23rd Evening Star SB Augusta Seaman drowned in the Deben

IPSWICH SEAMAN DROWNED IN THE DEBEN. On Tuesday Walter Brook Eng. Coroner for the Liberty of St. Etheldreda, held an inquest on George Juby, of Ipswich, mariger, aged 31 years, who was drowned at Waldringfield on Thursday last. George Brooks, of Tomline Road, St. Clement’s, skipper of the barge Augusta, stated he had known the … Read more1898 Feb 23rd Evening Star SB Augusta Seaman drowned in the Deben

Waldringfield’s ring of Churches

W.G.Arnott ((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 moreWaldringfield’s ring of Churches