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Suffolk churches: Gallery 1

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Check the list of churches featured so far on our alphabetical listings. See the link below....

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Mary Peterson
My father is buried in the grounds of Wyverstone Church. Frank.C. Keller. I used to live at Mill Farm in the 1960s, he came to visit and died there. I am now 83 and live in California. USA

Richard C. Lamb
The first Lambe was a church warden at All Saints Parish Church in Barnardiston, Suffolk, England before he came to the Colonies in 1630.

Heather Inwood
So pleased to see Chillesford Church, which I hope to visit in a couple of weeks, which was attended by my grandfather John Lyons as a small boy.

Noreen Bridge
A first look; sheer bliss. Intend to keep a weekend (or more) free to view them all!

some old and very fine churchs.Great Architecture

It would be good if you could tell us who built these chruches,and when they were built.

It would be nice if your site included the period that each church was built. I recognize what is obviously Gothic, but some seem to be transitional, having a mixture of characteristics from more than one period. Thanks Zenobia

Tim Williams
Bramford church is good but they havn't got it up here.

great pictures

Graham Allen
Great to see these pictures. I was born in Friston, as was my dad and my mother in Westleton. They had a daughter before my brother and I were born who died at three months, she is buried in the churchyard. My parents ashes are buried in the grave also. My dad is listed on a wartime certificate to the left of the church door. Ahh memories...

john marney
I had not realised how many churches in suffolk have round towers it would be interesting to know if there is anyother counties with as many.

Michael Canham
Wonderful photographs of very distinctive Suffolk Churches. Even more thrilled when I came across the church of my ancestors at Little Cornard.

Carol Millicent Lane
Could you be able to tell me how many churches were in Stoke by Nayland in the 1700.sand what were there names kind regards carol lane

I am interested in the churches in Suffolk.

I have been trying to complete a collection of postcards of every Suffolk church for a number of years so far. This is a really useful aid in my quest. Thank you

Great listing of Churches, I am now in the USA, and it's nice to see images of the ol' mother country. Thanks

You have some interested viewers, so come give them what they want. Joking apart mate i have looked at them all and can only agree with the comments stated

Mrs Josh Fynn
I am always out and about inmy car and see lots of different chrches and has arouse my interest in different chrches so it was real pleasure to view your gallery of Suffolk Churches.

Juanita Prahl USA
I was looking for the church at Monks Eligh. We visited in 1999 and 2000. It is on every photo of that area. Would love to see it.

John Cooper
I have been to all the medieval churches in Suffolk, it took me two years to complete the project. Photos are here

T Rose
The pictures of Lavenham and Long Melford churches show the mystery and beauty of these ancient buildings.

W Leggitt
Surely 6 & 7 are of said fantastic ruins, or are there others?

I'm suprised the fantastic ruins of Covehithe church have'nt been featured in this collection!

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