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Debenham One-Place Study

Suffolk

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Debenham

I am probably one of the few one-placers who have absolutely no family ties with their study-place. I live about 3 miles outside the village and have been collecting information and photos about Debenham since I moved here in 1998.

Debenham is mentioned in the Little Domesday Book (Folio 305V, 376V, 377, 378V, 384 and 417V). The land is heavy clay, and is mainly used for agriculture. Although Debenham was one of the earliest wool towns, the clay makes it unsuitable for grazing sheep and the wool was imported.



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The Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene stands at the centre of the village, and there is also a United Reformed Church for Non-Conformists.

Over the years there have been many "drinking establishments" in Debenham with only 2 Pubs open at the current time - The Angel and The Woolpack.

Further information can be found on the website.



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Transcriptions are held for all Baptism, Marriage & Burial records. These are held offline and are being uploaded to the website on a per-surname basis. Requests are encouraged.

Other resources:

Soldiers died (or enlisted) in WW1 & 2, Home Guard WW2, Briefs/Banns 1676-1921, Non-Conformist Baptisms, Farm Survey 1941 (MAF 32/883/123), Sir Robert Hitcham Charities