Journal Indexes

SUBJECT

VOLUME

PAGE

        AUTHOR

“Looking Back”

14

14

“Thursday Morning”

14

13

1850s Stutton     –  Part 1

1

28

Ida Fryer

1850s Stutton     –  Part 2

2

29

Ida Fryer

1930s and 1940s Stutton life

3

19

Ronald W. Cobb

19th Century Poor Law – the Workhouse

4

1

Nick Wilson

19th Century Stutton – in search of a community

1

3

Nick Wilson

50th Anniversary of V.E. and V.J. Days

13

16

A Victorian Death Bed  – Written in 1870

4

20

Robert Cowles 1870

Almshouses    –  1863  -1991

9

4

Victor Scott

Alton Mill  –  ex-residents  1782 ? – John Denison

10

1

Ida Fryer

Alton Water Mill

13

14

Antiques Raid in Suffolk

13

13

Artist – C18th Suffolk Artist

14

8

B. G  –  a local man  (Gladwell??)

9

18

Lawrence Easterbrook

Banns of Marriage

13

21

Bay Tree Farm  –  The Cowles Family

2

9

Miss Josie Cowles

Boundary Walks

1

1

Bryan Apperley

Brantham Memories

20

2

Catherine Appleley

Catt –  report of Mr. Joseph’s Funeral   10.12.1886

15

22

Philip W Willis

Census – mini 1986 and 1881  –  with charts

5

23

A. J. Coker

Census of 1851   –  sources of information

2

11

Nick Wilson

Cherry Grounds   –  where was it

12

3

Childhood Games and Pastimes  –  pre 1930

20

15

Jean Saunders

Childhood Memories

14

9

Childhood memories  –  more from Mrs Baxter  – up to 1947

11

1

Margaret Baxter (nee Allen)

Childhood Memories – born and bred in Stutton

10

12

Margaret Baxter (nee Allen)

Childhood Place

12

5

Church  –  Kneelers

15

14

Ida Fryer

Church –  a gallery

12

1

Church  – other Embroideries

15

16

Ida Fryer

Church – changes over the years

7

20

Ida Fryer

Church – names on War memorial

19

25

Victor Scott

Church Choir

13

12

Church Monuments  1 – Rev. Thomas Hill Jones  1894 – 1909

10

23

Ida Fryer

Churchyard Survey 1981 – 85  by W.I.

5

12

Ida Fryer

Coal Mine in Stutton!

14

17

Colquhorn  – Lady

12

12

Commemorative Trees

1

9

Community Council Beginnings – Fund-raising for the Community Hall   1973

1

26

Catherine Apperley

Coster Fete

13

2

Crepping Hall   –  account of 1902 wedding

18

3

Mrs. Elizabeth Waller

Crepping Hall  –  Holder of the Manor

14

15

Crepping Hall  –  memories of working 1928 – 1931

17

13

Doris E. Davey (nee Jessupp)

Crepping Hall  –  spring cleaning in early 1900s

19

17

Mrs. Elizabeth Waller

Crepping Hall  – the 1887 Golden Jubilee

20

20

John G. Tidmarsh

Crow Hall –  George Reade

12

6

Crow Hall –  George Reade to Mr & Mrs  Stephen Clarke

17

6

Violet Richer

Crow Hall Farmhouse

12

15

Crow Hall Snippets

12

27

Crowe Hall   –   visit in 1983/4

2

14

Ida Fryer

Crowe Hall Cottages  –  Stutton Children’s Home

2

6

Ida Fryer

D Day –  50th anniversary

12

17

Day War Broke Out

7

1

Deeds  –  more Village Deeds

14

2

Deeds – land to the west of Church Road

9

15

Ida Fryer

Directory – White’s 1th Century Suffolk – page on Stutton

1

6

Do You Remember?

13

25

Dodnash Priory  – and its links with Stutton

17

14

Ida Fryer

Dogs of the Village in early 1930s

15

25

Anon

Dunningham  Kenneth Frank   – 1911 – 44  Obit

18

8

Victor Dunningham

Essex Connection through history

20

26

Sylvia Laverton

Families  –  The Lewis family and the Evans family  1816 – 1994

17

27

Philip Evans

Families in Stutton 1920 – 1945  –  Part 2

11

19

Victor Scott

Families in Stutton 1920 – 45

10

8

Victor Scott

Family – short history of a Stutton Family

14

1

Family History of Mrs Potter – 1837 – 1920s

6

5

Mrs Potter

Fields –  names

15

6

Sylvia Laverton

Findley Baker – Stutton at the turn of the 20th Century – press cuttings

2

17

Ida Fryer

Finedons Thomas – Indenture dated 1873

18

27

Victor Scott

Finley Baker’s School Book  1907 – 1916

8

15

Ida Fryer

Fish trap – landing stage ? River Stour

15

26

Philip W Willis

Flower Show History  1872 – 1939

4

8

Pat Cozens

Fossils from Stutton

12

4

Victor Scott

Freehold Land Society

3

24

Ida Fryer

Freehold Land Society – extra

12

21

Freehold Land Society – update

5

6

Ida Fryer

Garage Sale Particulars    – “village  shop” in  1935

1

19

Garage/ Service Station in Stutton     1935 – 1978   Part 1

1

22

Ronald W. Cobb

Garage/ Service Station in Stutton     1935 – 1978   Part 2

2

20

Ronald W. Cobb

Gardenfield Cottages

12

9

Gladwell Wm  –  Kings Head memories 1926

7

16

Mrs Pooley

Graveyards in general

9

13

Ron Cobb

Group Open Day

13

4

Philip W Willis

Group photos –  2000

18

2

Grove  –   the history of The;   “This Old House”   Part 1

1

8

Ida Fryer

Grove  –  the history of The  ;   “This Old House”  Part 2

2

4

Ida Fryer

Grove – History update

6

1

Nick Wiloson

Hidden History – demolished cottages on Post Office corner

4

29

Victor Scott

Hiring Arrangements

12

18

Holbrook Brook

1

10

Philip W Willis

Horticultural Society 1951 – 1973

5

27

Pat Cozens

Horticultural Society 1973 – 1987

6

19

Hunting  –  wartime experience

19

11

Jean Butler

Ida’s  story – Ida Wingate

19

27

Mrs Margaret Holman

Index of journals  1 – 10     (1983 – 1992)

11

30

Victor Scott

King’s Head –  – History to 1990  –  uncertain future

8

6

Ida Fryer

Kings Head  –  Suckline family  1913 – 1920s

18

15

P. Last

Life in Stutton 1909 –      F. D. Gladwell  –  living in The Kings Head Inn

1

12

F. C. Gladwell

Little Wenham Hall

13

18

Manningtree Road  -another part of waste land – Alde Cottage

7

9

Manningtree Road – Cottages – “Piece of Waste Land”  1684 onwards

6

28

Map :  Tithe map 1844 between Manor Lane & Crepping Hall Drive

9

23

Philip W Willis

Map of 19th Century Stutton   – Eastern Area

8

5

Philip W Willis

Map of 19th Century Stutton  – Western Area

7

23

Philip W Willis

Map of Fields  1887

15

12

Map of Fields  1970 – 80

15

13

P. Hosking

Map of fields 1844

15

11

Map of Stutton including Alton Reservoir  1990

10

0

Philip W Willis

Map of Tattingstone Park Estate 1893

10

7

Philip W Willis

Medieval Spur from Tattingstone – found by Philip Willis

16

19

Victor Scott

Meelflege  –  mystery  –  and Beaver-tailed “S”

16

4

Sylvia Laverton

Memories of Stutton by Mr. Frank Lister – contemporary of Phillip Willis

11

25

Frank Lister

Memories of Stutton House and village in 1930s

5

1

Mrs J Smith  nee Branch

Methodist Chapel

2

1

Philip W Willis

Methodist Chapel   –  Women’s Fellowship

9

25

Mrs E Kemp

Methodist Chapel  1840 – 1990

9

21

Philip W Willis

Methodist Chapel – elders

4

27

Philip W Willis

Methodist Chapel – indentures

5

10

Philip W Willis

Methodist Chapel (Cont’d)

3

16

Philip W Willis

Methodist Church   1840

6

23

Philip W Willis

Methodist Church  1841 –  present building erected

7

8

Philip W Willis

Millenium  – the first 1000 years

18

17

Ida Fryer

Millenium in Stutton

18

10

Ida Fryer

Mills Family   notes

14

18

Mission Room Sale   1980

15

27

Philip W Willis

Monuments in Church – The Jermy monuments – Mills manuscript

16

1

Ida Fryer

My Home

12

8

Nature Notes  –  Winter 1988

20

11

Peter Hosking

Nicknames

2

16

Ron Cobb

Occupations in 1988 – 1881

7

27

Other memories of 1930s

5

2

Ronald Ling

Parish Council 1894 – 1977

3

10

Catherine Apperley

Parish Registers   1901 – 1945

8

27

Ida Fryer

Parish Registers  1645 – 1700

5

18

Ida Fryer

Parish Registers  1700 – 1800

6

14

Ida Fryer

Parish Registers 1645 – 1700 correction about Wm. Fairfax

6

1

Nick Wilson

Parish Registers -1800 – 1900

7

11

     Ida Fryer

Peasants’ Revolt

11

14

Ida Fryer

Peninsula and the Past

13

23

Pin Mill and living on the houseboat Reliance   1965 -1971

18

32

Jean Butler

Plain Wooden Cross

13

24

Poem  –  1910  The Mother’s Treat

19

9

Anon

Poem  –  Felixstowe in May

18

14

D. Church

Poem  –  The Flower Show  1910

18

11

Anon

Poem –  Summer Ninety Six

15

16

D. Church

Poem :  Remembrance Day

6

27

P. Rush

Poll for Knights of Suffolk

13

20

Pond Cottages

13

6

Pond Hall Farm –  1720 – 1953  –  including maps of fields

16

20

Hilary Cobb

Post Office  –  deeds

16

15

Ida Fryer

Post Office – The Wiseman Family

5

15

Cyril Wiseman

Post Office Farm –  Mr. Robert Cowles

16

14

Ida Fryer

Post Office postscript

5

17

James Brudenell

Pottery through the ages

12

29

Pre – 1066

18

12

Sylvia Laverton

Quarhams  –  strange markings

9

28

Ida Fryer

Quarhams and the Corboulds

15

1

Victor Scott

Recipe for Plum Orange and Walnut Jam

19

16

D. Church

Rectories – Village with 4

1

2

Religious Survey  1983

4

10

Louise Fryer

Remincenses – Mrs Potter’s schooldays – and life around Stutton Mill

9

7

Mrs Potter

Reminiscences – working in service in early 20th Century  Part 1

19

19

Violet Bloice (nee Pepper)

Reminiscences by Violet Bloice  Part II  – life story

20

32

Violet Bloice (nee Pepper)

Reminscences – childhood cont’d  –

10

17

Mrs Potter

Reminscences from Australia

15

4

Judith

Reminscences of farming @ turn of 20th Century – based at Stutton Mill

7

24

Mrs Potter

Reminscences of living at Stutton Mill  cont’d – First World War

8

1

Mrs Potter

Royal Arms of George IV

18

29

Paul Simmons

Royal British Legion  1922 -1988

6

25

Victor Scott

School Barn Conversion

5

4

Charles Whitehead

School in 1985

4

19

Laurie Rousham

School in the 1930s

4

17

Miss Ruth Steward

School reminiscences –  Gladwell family

6

13

Mrs Greta Gladwell

School reminiscences – 1890 onwards

6

11

Frederick A Powell

Schooling in the 1830s

3

1

Terry Stendall

School’s 150th Anniversary  1985  – School Day 1880s

4

15

Scouting in Stutton  –  1910 – 1983

2

23

S. Mordey

Scouts – The beginning

15

28

Ship Money Returns

13

10

St Mary’s Hospital, Tattingstone  –   1765 – 1992  (with plan)

10

4

Philip W Willis

St Mary’s Hospital, Tattingstone  –   Prelude: the workhouse  1700 –

6

9

Philip W Willis

Stone Age Boat Builder at Woolverstone?

15

24

Victor Scott

Stutton

13

18

Stutton from Afar –  C19 extracts from various sources

10

21

Ida Fryer

Stutton Hall   –  visit in 1983

2

15

Ida Fryer

Stutton Hall  –  letter to John Constable 1836

19

16

Dr. Pantelis

Stutton Hall and Stutton  –  memories and reflections

14

19

Stutton House – History up to the destructive fire in 1984

2

31

Ida Fryer

Stutton in the 1850s (cont’d)

3

4

Ida Fryer

Stutton Manor  –  Deeds  from 1798 – 1988

8

20

Ida Fryer

Surface Finds in Stutton

3

6

Victor Scott

Swiss Cottage  – memories

19

2

Joyce Davis – nee Morris

Tattingstone Hall Farm

14

7

The Workhouse – Poem

4

7

P. Rush

Thomas Mills, Founder of Stutton School

3

28

Ida Fryer

Tithe Apportionment

13

26

Tobias Rustat  –  Links with Gainsborough  –  Mills Manuscript

9

1

Ida Fryer

Trentham at War  –  advertisement for book

17

8

Turner  –  E.R. and F  1837 – 1937  Milling engineers

17

1

Peter Hosking

Unsuspected Aspects of Stutton

12

25

Utopia – History of a House 1380 -1988

7

3

Louise Lock

Victory Hall   – warning in 1973

16

13

Local Paper

Victory Hall – beginnings  1919

16

8

P. Hosking

Village School

1

16

Terry Stendall

Walk round Stutton in 1850s

4

24

Ida Fryer

Walk round Stutton in 1850s  cont’d

5

8

Ida Fryer

Walk round Stutton in 1850s cont’d – along the river

6

2

Ida Fryer

Wartime in Holbrook –  Maps of A.A. site 1942 and 1944

10

26

M Barnard

Wartime in Holbrook  1942

8

10

M. Barnard

Wartime in Holbrook – Location map of A.A. site  ref. Journal No. 8 p.10

10

25

M Barnard

White’s Directory 1874 – Stutton entry

19

24

Women’s Institute   1920 –  1990 –  further details

8

25

Violet Richer

Women’s Institute  1920   – 1990

8

23

Ida Fryer

Woolverston Park during World War II

19

7

Victor Scott

Woolverstone Hall School –  1967 – 76

16

6

Jean Butler

Workhouse  –  1766 – 1863- characters and families

17

19

Hilary Cobb

Workhouse  –  Born into the workhouse

17

23

World War I  –  poem  “Just a Common Soldier”  –  Anon

20

31

G. Solomon

World War II   –  one woman’s War

18

20

Betty Wilson

World War II  –  Being in the WAAF

17

7

Jean Butler

World War II  –  Orwell Park

20

6

G. Solomon

World War II –  A Desert Hospital  1944

17

9

Jean Butler

World War II – a schoolboy’s war

15

17

Victor Scott

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