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Debenham

K681/1/129/8 · c1900 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Church and churchyard from SE (see also K681/1/129/18)

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Debenham

K681/1/129/18 · c1900 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Church and churchyard from SE

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Aldham

K681/1/5/33 · c1905 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Mowing the churchyard using scythe and shears

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General

FC36/A · 1892-1982 · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch
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Copy of an Act to amend the laws re the burial of dead in England, beyond the limits of the Metropolis and to amend the Act re the burial of the dead in the Metropolis

168/D/8/1 · 3 Feb 1866 · Suffolk Record Office Lowestoft Branch

also concerning an order relating to the discontinuation of the burials in the Wrentham churchyard [printed]

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Case as to the liability of the churchyard to be assessed to the poor rates

124/G/9/76 · 1840 · Suffolk Record Office Lowestoft Branch
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Hoxne

K681/1/250/21 · late 19th century · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Churchyard of St Peter and St Paul, two views of Moore and Wright (?) family stones. Mounted on card showing view of the Council House, Birmingham on reverse

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Halesworth

K681/1/209/116 · c1900s · Suffolk Record Office Ipswich Branch

Postcard of view from church tower, south east over churchyard and houses, addressee Miss B B Woods of Ipswich

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Letter from John Barber Scott in his role as town reeve to Richard Mann, churchwarden of Bungay St Mary

89/2/2/10 · 28 Oct 1842 · Suffolk Record Office Lowestoft Branch

Re alterations to St Marys churchyard.

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Letter from John Barber Scott in his role as town reeve to Richard Mann, churchwarden of Bungay St Mary

89/2/2/11 · 1842-1843 · Suffolk Record Office Lowestoft Branch

Re alterations to St Marys churchyard.

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