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Parham One-Place Study

Suffolk

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Parham

Parham is a village and parish just over two miles from Framlingham on the River Ore. Old Parham Hall was the seat of the first Earl of Ufford and passed to the Willoughbys and the Corrances.  

The parish church, dedicated to St. Mary, dates from the late 14th century and contains a 15th century Rood screen. The church, constructed of flint, and described as ‘tolerable’ in the early 1870’s, was restored in 1886.  

Parham was served by a branch line of the East Suffolk Railway and its successor, the Great Eastern Railway, before closing as part of the Beeching cuts.

The Parham Airfield Museum nearby comprises the 390th Bombardment Group (U.S. 8th Air Force) Memorial Air Museum and the Museum of the British Resistance Organisation.





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Simon Last

Study contact Simon Last’s grandparents and great-grandparents were connected with Parham. Simon is an enthusiastic genealogy researcher also interested in WW1 and WW2 history who has written books about War Memorials in Framlingham and Aldeburgh in Suffolk.

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