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Windy Nook Cottage, New Street

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Windy Nook Cottage, New Street - Now demolished. The cottage was the home of Annie Mayhew and her three children from c1911 to 1931. Annie was the village midwife.

Doggett's Farmhouse

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Doggett's Farmhouse - Wooden screen having Apotropaic marks.

Doggett's Farmhouse

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Fireplace at Doggett's Farmhouse

Doggett's farmhouse

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The mantle at Doggett's farmhouse

Doggett's farmhouse

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Doggett's farmhouse mantle

Doggett's Farmhouse

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The bread oven at Doggett's farmhouse.

Doggetts Farmhouse

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Outside view of the Barn and Caravan at Doggett's Farmhouse

Doggett's Farmhouse

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Outside view of Doggett's Farmhouse

Doggett's Farmhouse

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Outside image of Doggett's Farmhouse

The History of Doggetts part 1

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The history of Doggetts was researched by Olive and Rufus de Pinto and Olive put it together as a booklet after Rufus’s death.

The Coach House rebuild at The Priory

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The rebuilding of The Coach House at The Priory. The building was saved by Vivien Davies and was added to The Priory listing during the eighties.

Laying the Foundation Stone for the Swimming Pool

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Laying the Foundation Stone for the Swimming Pool

Wilby Road, Holly Cottage

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Wilby Road, Holly Cottage

Ivy Cottage

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Ivy Cottage

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The Old White Hart cottage

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The old White Hart cottage which no longer stands.

The building of the Health Centre

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The building of the Health Centre

The Vicarage looking east

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The Vicarage looking east

The garden of the Old Doctors House

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The garden of the Old Doctors House

The rear of the vicarage c1910

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The rear of the vicarage c1910

Notes on the Hoxne Union Workhouse

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Notes on the Hoxne Union Workhouse

The entrance to the Hoxne Union Workhouse

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The entrance to the Hoxne Union Workhouse

Transcript of newspaper advert inviting Tenders for the supply of goods to the Workhouse - 1836

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Transcript of newspaper advert inviting Tenders for the supply of goods to the Workhouse - 1836

Transcription of News article naming the successful Tender for the building of the Hoxne Union Workhouse dd 1836.

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Transcription of News article naming the successful Tender for the building of the Hoxne Union Workhouse dd 1836.

Transcription of News Article dd 1836 in which the Guardians of the Hoxne Union invite Tenders to build the workhouse

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Transcription of News Article dd 1836 in which the Guardians of the Hoxne Union invite Tenders to build the workhouse

The Ivy House

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The Ivy House

Ivy Cottage

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Ivy Cottage. The Donor remembers,
"Lily Goshawk (nee Blinker) lived in Ivy Cottage (far end) after her husband Ronnie Goshawk died and she moved back to Stradbroke from East Dereham."

Fred Coppings House in Church Street.

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Fred Coppings House in Church Street. The old barn contained a special saw pit. MSDC gave permission for the barn to be replaced and the pit to be built over during early 2000s. Until that time the outside of the barn was used as a notice board for…

The Ward Shop 1910

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The Ward Shop 1910

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Priory Cottage

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Priory Cottage - Wilby Road

Transcription of advert - Ipswich Journal dd 29th January 1884

Transcription of advert from British Newspaper Archives - iPSWICH jOURNAL.pdf
Transcription of advert - Ipswich Journal dd 29th January 1884