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|The Goodrich Brothers: John & William|
Bury St. Mary's
|Possibly Peter / William Hallock, Rev John Youngs, Martha Youngs, Thomas Moore|
|Richard Betts ?|
Lee Ann's Suffolk County Page - lots of material here.
Bury St. Edmunds is a medieval market town situated in West Suffolk,
England with a population of around 33,000 and is 15 miles from the horse
racing town of Newmarket and 27 miles from the University City of Cambridge.
Bury St. Edmunds derives its name from the fact that Edmund, King of the
East Angles, was killed in battle in 869 A.D. is buried there. Bury St.
Edmunds was the home of Abbey Gate and Gardens, the ruins of which are
now a tourist attraction.
The Moyse's Hall Museum Page focuses on local history. Other interesting pages on features of Bury St. Edmunds are shown as links here
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Southwold lies in the centre of the Suffolk Heritage Coast in southeast
England. This region consists of
long stretches of sand bordering on salt marshes with large areas of woodland sweeping down to the shore.
Page - Including a Southwold Forum!
A visit to Wrentham, Suffolk Co, England by a Bigelow descendant
See the Home Page for Wrentham, in Norfolk Co, Massachusetts, USA
Copyright 1998, 1999 Norris Taylor