Places to visit

1000 Years in 500days
is an innovative site where you just type in a year and it will tell you what was going on and the events that shaped the age. Visit 

Kew Public Record Office
Many local records are held by the Public Record Office in Kew. They have a really useful website.The address is

Lakenheath 2000
An excellent and informative site about Lakenheath today, including an events calendar, shops & services and organisations and clubs. The address is 

Moyse's Hall Museum
Local History in West Suffolk? Looking for pictures of objects to illustrate your village history? Then visit Moyse's Hall Museum on the Cornhill, Bury St. Edmunds. Our varied collections, dating from the Stone Age onwards, cover many aspects of West Suffolk life. We have artefacts from most parishes in the 22 Villages area, though some are more strongly represented than others. Ring 01284 757488 to see if we can help. You can now visit our web site at 

The Millennium Festival website
A year of celebrations throughout the UK, throughout 2000 and made possible by the National Lottery 

Registration Districts of Suffolk in 1836
This work covers the County of Suffolk at a time when the area was first divided into Poor Law Unions and subsequently into registration districts, measures taken for the purpose of conducting the first name gathering census and for the civil registration of births, marriages and deaths Donovan J. Murrells

Suffolk Record Office 
The Suffolk Record Office has two primary objectives. Firstly it aims to identify the raw materials of the history of the county, bring them into one of the three Record Office branches and preserve them in optimum storage conditions. Secondly it aims to catalogue and index this raw material so that the general public can use it for research purposes. The Suffolk Record Office is the most heavily used Local authority archive service in the UK with over 40.000 visitors a year.
There are tree brand, record offices - for the east, north-east and west of the county - open free of charge to everyone, six days a week You will need a readers ticket, which, we can issue on your first visit, if you bring proof of your name and address.
You can find out more information from our web page at

The Suffolk Surname List
made up of submissions from genealogists with an interest in researching surnames in the county of Suffolk, England