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

1874 to 2013 Deben Floods Diary Extracts T H Waller Diary

East Coast and river Deben Flooding etc. 1874 to 2013. Extraeîs from Revd. Thomas Henry Wa1ìer’s Perennial DiaryìäSZ ¿920. ¿y i C? lffa, 26.31874 Very high tides water over the Walls. 30.1.87? High tide, marshes Hooded. High ‘tide With gaie, Water nearly up read below Deben Viña, and gfeat ñooding all along the coast. 29.i … Read more1874 to 2013 Deben Floods Diary Extracts T H Waller Diary

1894 Stollery drowning newspaper transcript

Stollery drowning -East Anglian Daily Times Tuesday May 11th 1894.doc East Anglian Daily Times Tuesday May 11th 1894 TERRIBLE BOATING ACCIDENT ON THE DEBEN Six of a family drowned   The pleasure making attendant on Whit Monday which was so much enjoyed throughout East Anglia had an awful termination in the case of one family … Read more1894 Stollery drowning newspaper transcript

Extracts from Suffolk Estuary by George Arnott

Excellent book by W.G.Arnott, published 1951. Joe tells me he was an estate agent in Woodbridge. Best local History book I’ve seen. Lots of mentions of Waldringfield and Wallers. Here are some bits that might be of interest:- p19 The Rock at the Rocks (and also around Landguard & Harwich) is Sepataria {en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concretion#septarian_concretions} which is … Read moreExtracts from Suffolk Estuary by George Arnott

Extracts from The Perrenial Diary of the Rev. Thomas Henry Waller

Extract from The Perrenial Diary of the Rev. Thomas Henry Waller 1832-1920. Born at White Hall Waldringfield 16. May 1832 died at Rivers Hall. Rector of Waldringfield 1862 to 1905. 22November 1903 High tide with NW. wind breaching the river walls and flowing to Shottisham Ford as 29th. November 1897. HW. about 1.45 a.m 29. … Read moreExtracts from The Perrenial Diary of the Rev. Thomas Henry Waller