Suffolk Parishes a historical survey

The ‘Survey of Suffolk Parish History’ summarises the history of each parish in the county. It touches upon every part of local history including administration, landscape, social, religious and economic characteristics, and covers a time span from the earliest archaeology to modern times. The survey was researched by Wendy Goult in the late 1980s and was first published in 1990.

Use the index below to explore the survey.

Preface

Introduction

Bibliography

Abbreviations

Please note: There are no parishes in the survey beginning with J, Q, V, X or Z.

Parishes prefixed with Great, Little, East and West are listed under their actual parish names, i.e. Great Barton is listed under B as Barton, Great.

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Map of Suffolk Parishes

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Introduction

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Bibliography

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