The Blythburgh Society History Notes
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Blythburgh Society History Notes

The Blythburgh History Society have written 30 articles on different aspects of local history, they are reproduced below, generally organised by subject (rather than when they where written). Click on the titles to view each page of locally researched history.
There is a link to this index at the bottom of each page.

Blythburgh History Notes
A Brief History of Blythburgh - By Alan Mackley

Bulcamp House of Industry to Blythburgh Hospital
Blythburgh in 1792
Selling a Wife in Blythburgh
Isokon and Blythburgh
Railways to Southwold
William Morris and Blythburgh Church
Blythburgh Shops in the Twenties
Crime around the Blyth
The Question of a Mint at Blythburgh
A Nineteenth-Century Bazaar
Blythburgh’s Poaching Priors
How Rich was Blythburgh?
Building a New Bridge for Blythburgh
The Lambeth Life, St Walstan, and "Blyborow" Town

Writing about Blythburgh History. A Select Bibliography
Historical Notes on the Wider Area
Local Things of Interest
Building a Bridge in 1794 on the Heveningham–Ubbeston Road
The Old Rectory Ubbeston
Saint Felix School (Historical notes 1897 to 1999)
The Huntingfield Oak
Henham Hall – A Lost House
Historical Local People
Humphrey Jennings – a genius of the British cinema
Witness to the First Kennedy Tragedy
Joe Kennedy Jnr’s Last Mission
Ale, Sail and School – The Pattman Family
The Walberswick Enigma. Artists Inspired by the Blyth Estuary
Ernest Read Cooper & the Transformation of Southwold Harbour, 1891-1914
Wenhaston History
Bad Behaviour in Wenhaston
The Wenhaston Millions
The Wenhaston Smuggler
All Change in Wenhaston
Blythweb Bramfield Halesworth Southwold Walberswick Wangford Wenhaston