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Tableau- The Fortune Seller

Tableau ' The Fortune Seller' - amusement at the Vicarage.

Letter headed Stradbroke Church dd 25th April 1878 and signed by Foreman Thos, Patterson

Letter headed Stradbroke Church dd 25th April 1878 and signed by Foreman Thos, Patterson. This letter details the cost and people involved with the church and the school at that time.

Rev. JC Ryle and his family

Rev. JC Ryle and his family

Obituary of Henrietta Ryle

The transcription of a news report in the Cheshire Observer (Chester, England), Saturday, April 13, 1889; pg. 3; Issue 1914. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

“Death of Mrs Ryle – It is with sincere regret that we have to announce the death of Mrs Henrietta Amelia Ryle, wife of the Bishop of Liverpool. She was a daughter of…

Queen Street

Queen Street

Church Street

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JC Ryle in Church Street

JC Ryle in Church Street

The Chantry

The Chantry - Ryle

Charles Pulham dd 1877

Charles Pulham dd 1877

Children sitting on the verge of the Diss Road -Ryle or Girling photograph

Children sitting on the verge of the Diss Road - Girling photograph - original now at Suffolk Records Office ref. EN3613

Mr Richmond - Endowed School Report

Mr Richmond - Endowed School Report

Letter from schoolmaster G H Frampton sent to J C Ryle arranging an interview

Letter from GH Frampton sent to J C Ryle arranging an interview for both himself and his wife for the new post of school master and school mistress at the new school.

Programme for the Centenary Celebrations at Stradbroke Primary School

Programme in celebration of 100 years since the opening of the primary school by J C Ryle in 1864.

JC Ryle Bishop of Liverpool

JC Ryle Bishop of Liverpool

JC Ryle

The Rev. JC Ryle - an early image on a postcard.

Thirkettles, Queen Street

Thirkettles in Queen Street during 19th Century.

Outside All Saints Church 1864

Ryle Photograph: 1864 A group outside All Saints Church, Stradbroke