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Hoxne Union Workhouse tenders 1836

Hoxne Union Workhouse tenders 1836 - transcript

James Chambers - Itinerent Poet

Biography of James Chambers - Itinerent Poet. 1748 - 1827. Buried in grave 62 in All Saints Church graveyard.

Benajah Bryant, notice of Bankrupcy

transcription - news Notice

Article in Terminus Magazine about Stradbroke transport

Article in Terminus Magazine about Stradbroke transport

The Grenlings/Greenlings/Girlings research

The Grenlings/Greenlings/Girlings research.
(CARE : Please check content. Produced for basic research. Link to SRO below)

Receipt for repairing a fractured upper denture dd 13th May 1947 to Mr Percy Mason.

Receipt for repairing a fractured upper denture dd 13th May 1947 to Mr Percy Mason.
The top of the receipt is headed RSPCA , Corbyn Ltd., Drugs, Patent Medicines, Agricultural and Vetinary Requirements.

Navy Day

Navy Day. The picture shows the stage which was erected outside the Queens Head Public House on Navy Day.
Navy Day began during the 1990s by several customers of the pub when the navy ended the rum ration.
The group matched through the village with a bottle of rum as a demonstration.
Within 10 years the whole village joined in the…

All Saints Church 1906

Postcard of All Saints Church 1906

Advert for the Stock Fair dd 1847

Advert for the Stock Fair dd 1847 to be held at the Queens Head public house by Abraham Girling.

Notes on the Hoxne Union Workhouse

Notes on the Hoxne Union Workhouse

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

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.

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

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

Transcription of announcement on the dissolvement of a partnership between John Footman and Jos. Davey dd 1833

Transcription of announcement on the dissolvement of a partnership between John Footman and Jos. Davey dd 1833

Transcription of a report concerning the murder of a child in 1851

Transcription of a report concerning the murder of a child in 1851

Transcription of letters requesting funding for emigration to Quebec 1830 and 1832

Transcription of letters requesting funding for emigration to Quebec 1830 and 1832. The orignal letters are held by Suffolk Records Office ref:FC83-1-1

Transcription of advert - Ipswich Journal dd 29th January 1884

Transcription of advert - Ipswich Journal dd 29th January 1884

Transcription of advert from British Newspaper
Archives dd 1749 regarding Petty Sessions

Transcription of advert from British Newspaper
Archives dd 1749 regarding Petty Sessions

Transcription of a Letter from Revd Henry Owen regarding the Poor Law Administration.

Transcription of a Letter from Revd Owen regarding the Poor Law Administration.

Doggetts 1999

Doggetts 1999. The house was in a bad condition but has since been renovated as one private house. It was for many years home to the Boast and Aldous families.

Commissioners Certificate of First Assessment and the Assessors certificate of Assessments dated 1879

Commissioners Certificate of First Assessment and the Assessors certificate of Assessments dated 1879 signed by John Foulsham and Benjamin Webb.

Transcription from The Times Newspaper dd 1860

Transcription from the Times dated 1860
"STRADBROKE
A large and influential meeting was held in the corn exchange on Monday, for the purpose of raising a rifle corps for the hundred of Hoxne, in conjunction with the hundreds of Harleston and Thredling. The Rev. A. Cooper presided.
Sir E.C. Kerrison M.P., in moving a series of resolutions to…

Where did the name 'Stradbroke' come from?

Where did the name 'Stradbroke' come from? Taken from Mike Readman's private notes.

Ellis Butchers and Ward Shop

Sale of business details for Ellis Butchers and Ward Shop dated 12th February 1912 at the White Lion Hotel

The Queens Head card dated 1878

The Queens Head card dated 1878

Receipt from Wllm Clullen of a document concerning the Village Pump

Reads"Received of Mr Wllm Clullen a Document dated 4 July 1818 for the Grant and D------- of the Right of supplying the town pump with water from a Pond in the orchard of the Premises formerly Catchpoles at Stradbroke between John Fanow and Thurston and others in trust for the Inhabitants of Stradbroke which Deed has this day been placed in the…

The Cell Book 1886 - 1894

The Cell Book 1886 - 1894. The book was found in a loft and is now held at the Suffolk Record Office- Ref: EN3613

John Thirkettle 1824 - 1875

John Thirkettle 1824 - 1875
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Video of Remembrance Day Service in Stradbroke

A video of the Last Post being played at the Stradbroke Remembrance Day Service, 2007

Remembrance Day in Stradbroke

Remembrance Day, 11am in Stradbroke when the village come together at the War Memorial and observes a minutes silence.