Source/Archive record SSF7028 - A Survey of Suffolk Parish History: W Suffolk,

Title A Survey of Suffolk Parish History: W Suffolk,
Date/Year 1990




Referenced Monuments (82)

  • `Kiln Field' (1838) (PMed) (Monument)
  • `The Herst', Gallows Hill; Gallows Field (1839) (Monument)
  • Abbot's Mill (Monument)
  • Abbots Mill; Fornham Park (Med) (Monument)
  • Abbots Mill; Fornham Park (PMed) (Monument)
  • Assington Park (Monument)
  • Beck Hall (Med) (Monument)
  • Bek Manor; Beck Hall (Med) (Monument)
  • Blunt's Hall (PMed) (Monument)
  • Brandon Park; Brandon Park House (Monument)
  • Brick Kiln Field (1839 tithe) (Monument)
  • Brick Kiln Yard (Monument)
  • Bricklehole; Brick Kiln Pasture/Brick Kiln Field (field names) (Monument)
  • Bridge Chapel of our Lady (Monument)
  • Broxley (Broxstead/Broxtie) Park; Broxley Lodge; Broxstead Lodge (Monument)
  • Burial place of the Anglo-Saxon Danish chieftain Guthrum (Monument)
  • Cavenham Park; Cavenham Hall (PMed) (Monument)
  • Chapel of the Good Rood of Rest (Monument)
  • Chippenham Road (Med) (Monument)
  • Church of St Andrew (Monument)
  • Church of St Gregory (Building)
  • Church of St John the Divine (Monument)
  • Church of St Peter (Monument)
  • Church of St Petronilla (Monument)
  • Churchyard of St Gregory's Church (Monument)
  • Doveden Hall (Monument)
  • Drinkstone Park; The Canal (Monument)
  • Edwardstone Hall (Monument)
  • Eriswell Hall Mill (Monument)
  • Estry (or Easty or Estey) Park (Monument)
  • Felsham Castle (Monument)
  • Freckenham Hall (Monument)
  • Groton Poor House (Monument)
  • Hadleigh (Monument)
  • Hargrave (Monument)
  • Haverhill Castle (Monument)
  • Holbrook Hall (original) (Monument)
  • Home Farm; Drinkstone Park (Monument)
  • Humble Green (Monument)
  • Hundon Great Lodge; Great Park (Monument)
  • Kiln Field (1839 tithe) (Monument)
  • Kiln Field; Kiln Bottom (1842 field names) (Monument)
  • Knettishall Brick Works (Monument)
  • Large area of earthworks of unknown date. (Monument)
  • Little & Great Mill Brook Fields (tithe, 1838) (Monument)
  • Little Haugh Manor and Hall (Building)
  • Maiden Hall (Monument)
  • Manston Hall (Monument)
  • Medieval cloth manufacturing industry (Monument)
  • Medieval mill, probably a windmill. (Med) (Monument)
  • medieval moat, Aldham Hall (Monument)
  • Medieval watermill (Monument)
  • Medieval watermill and garden. (Monument)
  • Medieval windmills and watermill (Monument)
  • Mill (Monument)
  • Mill (Monument)
  • Mill (Monument)
  • Mill Field (Tithe, 1837) (Monument)
  • Mill Meadow & Mill Field (1839 tithe) (Monument)
  • Moat. (Monument)
  • Newmarket Union Workhouse (till earlier 1900s); White Lodge (Poor Law Institution)(1920s); Newmarket Hospital (Monument)
  • Pepper's Hall (Monument)
  • Polstead Hall (Building)
  • Possible location of a mill (Monument)
  • Possible location of a mill (Monument)
  • Possible location of a mill (Monument)
  • Possible mill (Monument)
  • Possible mill (Monument)
  • Possible mill site (Monument)
  • Post Medieval brickworks and kiln. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval lime kiln. (Monument)
  • Post Medieval watermill. (Monument)
  • Post-medieval mill (Monument)
  • Sexton's Hall, Westley; Hepworth Avenue (Monument)
  • Site of a Post Medieval great house. (Monument)
  • Site of former post-medieval cider mill (Monument)
  • Stone Cross, Church Green (Monument)
  • Three Medieval mills recorded in the Domesday Survey (Monument)
  • Timworth (Monument)
  • Tithe map and apportionment state `brick kiln' for plot 264 (1842/3)(S1). (Monument)
  • Truckett's Hall (Monument)
  • Unknown artefact scatter of flints, pottery and coins (Monument)

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Record last edited

Apr 8 2019 10:46AM

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