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This article describes the history of Suffolk, the English county

This article describes the history of Suffolk, the English county. The county of Suffolk (Sudfole, Suthfolc, meaning 'southern folk') was formed from the south part of the kingdom of East Anglia which had been settled by the Angles in the latter half of the 5th century. The most important Anglo-Saxon settlements appear to have been made at Sudbury and Ipswich. Before the end of the Norman dynasty, strongholds had arisen at Eye, Clare, Walton and Framlingham.

Norfolk, administrative and historic county of eastern England. Long barrows (mounds) and Bronze Age round barrows are also found

Norfolk, administrative and historic county of eastern England. It is bounded by Suffolk (south), Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire (west), and the North Sea (north and east). The administrative county comprises seven districts. Long barrows (mounds) and Bronze Age round barrows are also found. In the 3rd century bce the early British Iceni people, of whom later the famous Boudicca (Boadicea) was a queen, entered the area from the European continent. During the Roman period there were two towns in Norfolk, Caister St. Edmund and Caister next Yarmouth. After the ensuing Anglo-Saxon invasions, Norfolk became part of the kingdom of East Anglia.

Humphrey Gilbert has written: 'A discourse of a discovery for a new passage to Cataia, 1576' - subject(s): Early maps 'Plan for instituting a London academy, proposed to Queen Elizabeth'.

Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. Humphrey Gilbert has written: 'A discourse of a discovery for a new passage to Cataia, 1576' - subject(s): Early maps 'Plan for instituting a London academy, proposed to Queen Elizabeth'. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. What has the author Humphrey Johnson written? Humphrey Johnson has written: 'The papacy and the Kingdom of Italy'. What has the author H E Humphrey written?

Probably the establishment of Suffolk as a separate shire was scarcely completed before the Conquest, and although it was reckoned as distinct from Norfolk in the Domesday Survey of 1086, the fiscal administration of Norfolk and Suffolk remained under a single sheriff until 1575. The boundary of the county has undergone very little change, though its area has been considerably affected by coast erosion.

To find published family histories on The British Library catalogue, select . Monographs, periodicals and printed ephemera on modern British history.

A list of titles is then displayed. This approach is useful mainly for works published after 1975. W. B. Musgrave, Obituary prior to 1800 as far as relates to England, Scotland and Ireland. London, Harleian Society Publications, vol. 44-49, 1899-1901. The Times is an important source both for obituaries and for general biographical reference.


Periodicals and Sets Relating to British History in Norfolk and Suffolk Libraries: A Finding List download epub
Author: Elizabeth Humphrey
ISBN: 0902876023
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: University of East Anglia (July 1971)
Pages: 143 pages