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DRAFT HORSE
MID-SUFFOLK LIGHT RAILWAY
RURAL SUFFOLK
BURY ST EDMUNDS
OLDEST DRAFT BREEDS
HALESWORTH
SUFFOLK HORSES
BURY ST
SOUTHWOLD
SUFFOLK COAST
RACING
DOING
DAUGHTER
AREA
OLDEST
NOVEMBER
EYE
MUSEUM
SEASON
STARTING
JUNE
BELGIAN
WORKING
FARM
WILLIAM
MARY
SMALL VILLAGE
LOCATION
DIFFERENT LOCATIONS
DUCHESS
ELDEST DAUGHTER
HENRY
SOMERSET
BRITISH ROYAL NAVY
FATHER
RECTOR
NAME
HISTORIC COUNTY
LONG ISLAND
WEST
NEWMARKET
EUROPE
RAF MILDENHALL
SNAPE MALTINGS
ALDEBURGH FESTIVAL
WOODBRIDGE
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Definitions

  1. Suffolk was allocated to Bisco on 25 March 1948 and was scrapped at J Cashmore's (Newport, Wales) where she arrived on 24 June 1948.
  2. Suffolk was out of action from April 1940 until February 1941 where she was repaired at Clyde.
  3. The Suffolk is the oldest draft breeds, with records that date back to 1880.
  4. West Suffolk was created along with East Suffolk in 1888 as an administrative county of England in its own right.
  5. The Suffolk is the only draft horse breed developed and selected exclusively for farm work.

Draft Horse

  1. The Suffolk Punch is a very rare breed of draft horse.

Mid-Suffolk Light Railway

  1. The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway is a reconstruction of a rural railway station at Brockford, Suffolk.

Rural Suffolk

  1. Holly Tree Farm Barns are situated in an idyllic spot just outside the village of Cratfield in rural Suffolk.

Bury St Edmunds

  1. The attack on the privileged monastery at Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, was instigated on receipt of written instructions from the men of Kent.

Oldest Draft Breeds

  1. The Suffolk Punch is one of the oldest draft breeds, possibly dating back to 1506.

Halesworth

  1. Settling at Halesworth, Suffolk, he devoted himself to the formation of his herbarium, which became of world-wide renown among botanists.

Suffolk Horses

  1. A major display of Suffolk Horses can be seen at the Suffolk Punch Spectacular.

Bury St

  1. John Lydgate, 'Chaucer's' most prolific admirer, was born in Suffolk in 1370 in the village of Lydgate near the abbey of Bury St. Edmund's.

Southwold

  1. The Southwold Railway was a narrow gauge railway line between Halesworth and Southwold in the English county of Suffolk.

Suffolk Coast

  1. Southwold Railway 1879 1929 8¾ miles (14 km) Southwold, England Steam-hauled line connecting Southwold with Halesworth along the Suffolk coast.

Racing

  1. April 19, 1969: Bill Veeck, promoter and president of Suffolk Downs, staged a $10,000 race featuring all female jockeys, then a novelty in racing.

Doing

  1. In 1909 the Home Office found that ten yacht clubs that called themselves Royal, were doing so without authorisation; one was the Norfolk and Suffolk.

Daughter

  1. The Duke of Suffolk once again proclaimed that his daughter, Lady Jane Grey, was queen.

Area

  1. Much of this area was occupied during the Bronze Age, but areas of boulder clay across Suffolk and Essex only saw settlement later in the period.

Oldest

  1. Of all the draft breeds, the Suffolk is one of the oldest in existence with records dating back to 1880.
  2. The Suffolk Punch is the oldest and now rarest breed of heavy horse.

November

  1. Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy took his second oath of office on Sunday after winning a second term hands down in November.

Eye

  1. A glass-fibre pillar box of the type frequently seen in British supermarkets, made by Broadwater Mouldings of Eye, Suffolk.

Museum

  1. During the war Basil Brown performed a few archaeological tasks for the Museum, but was principally engaged in other forms of War work in Suffolk.
  2. Museums Throughout the Suffolk Coast, many towns and villages have a museum.

Season

  1. LaShawn Merritt (Suffolk, Va.) ended the 2007 ranked #2 in the world and this season he's making a case for being ranked even higher at year's end.

Starting

  1. Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy is starting his second term on a high note.

June

  1. In June, both horses were entered in the Massachusetts Handicap, and 70,000 fans packed into Suffolk Downs to see it.

Belgian

  1. The Suffolk had strongholds in the Midwest, New England, and Ontario, though it was never as popular as the Percheron, Belgian, or Clydesdale.
  2. Other popular draft horses are the Belgian, the Shire and the Suffolk Punch horses.

Working

  1. Phil Zoio is an independent software developer and consultant based in Suffolk, UK. He enjoys working with open source frameworks.
  2. After graduating high school, McCarron continued working with horses at Suffolk Downs and rode in his first race when he was 18 years old.

Farm

  1. After 34 years at West Ham and five at Ipswich, he bought a farm in Suffolk.
  2. SOUTHERN ONTARIO DRAFT HORSE WORKSHOPS – Learn the skills of the teamster driving our Suffolk Punch horses over our farm and through the woods.

William

  1. The 1450 impeachment of William de la Pole, 1st Duke of Suffolk, a descendant of Michael's, was next to allege charges under this title.

Mary

  1. Mary retreated to Framlingham in Suffolk and claimed the throne.

Small Village

  1. Honington is a small village in the county of Suffolk in England, located near the Suffolk - Norfolk border.
  2. Westerfield railway station is a railway station in Suffolk, England, serving the small village of Westerfield and the Northern suburbs of nearby Ipswich.

Location

  1. Built starting in the late 1960s, Cobra Mist used an enormous 10 MW transmitter and could detect aircraft over the western USSR from its location in Suffolk.

Different Locations

  1. December 19 - 2006 Ipswich murder investigation: The bodies of 5 murdered prostitutes are discovered at different locations near Ipswich in Suffolk, England.

Duchess

  1. Mary and Elizabeth were excluded because they were officially illegitimate; the Duchess of Suffolk agreed to renounce her own claims.
  2. With the accession of George II. the Countesses of Yarmouth and Suffolk took possession of the apartments of the Duchess of Kendal.

Eldest Daughter

  1. Jane, the eldest daughter of Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and his wife, Lady Frances Brandon, was born at Bradgate Park in Leicestershire.

Henry

  1. Henry was also influenced by Henry Beaufort, and later William de la Pole, 1st Duke of Suffolk.

Somerset

  1. Although Margaret of Anjou had now taken the place formerly held by Suffolk or Somerset, her position, at least at first, was not as dominant.

British Royal Navy

  1. Five ships of the British Royal Navy have been named HMS Suffolk, after the county of Suffolk.

Father

  1. He was born in Blunderstone, Suffolk, three months after the death of his father, who also called David Copperfield.

Rector

  1. On April 16, 1544 he was presented to the living of Hadleigh, Suffolk, thus becoming their spiritual leader and Rector.

Name

  1. Terance James Bond is the name of an ornithological and wildlife artist born in 1946 in Suffolk, Great Britain.
  2. Terance James Bond is the name of an ornithological and wildlife artist born in 1946 in Suffolk, Britain.
  3. Black Shuck is the name given to a large black dog which is said to roam the Norfolk and Suffolk coastline.

Historic County

  1. Newmarket town, Forest Heath district, administrative and historic county of Suffolk, England.

Long Island

  1. In 1683, the English established the three original counties on Long Island: Kings, Queens, and Suffolk.

West

  1. In the 1920s and 30s Jewish immigrants from East Boston and Chelsea, as well as the West and North Ends of Boston, began to migrate to Suffolk Square.

Newmarket

  1. Like many other jockeys and trainers Lester lives near the Home of Racing at Newmarket in Suffolk.

Europe

  1. We have little evidence of man in Suffolk at this time, apart from possible hunting parties crossing the land-bridge from Europe.

Raf Mildenhall

  1. MATS also used Burtonwood as a cargo and passenger transport facility until 1958, when its operations were moved to RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk.

Snape Maltings

  1. It takes place each June in the Aldeburgh area of Suffolk, centred on the main concert hall at Snape Maltings.

Aldeburgh Festival

  1. The first performance was on June 18, 1958 in Orford Church, Suffolk, as part of the Aldeburgh Festival, with Owen Brannigan as Noye.
  2. The Aldeburgh Festival retains a unique character, mostly due to its location in rural Suffolk.

Woodbridge

  1. Thomas Wade (1805 - September 19, 1875), English poet and dramatist, was born at Woodbridge, Suffolk, in 1805.

Categories

  1. United Kingdom > England > Suffolk > Ipswich
  2. Countries > United Kingdom > England > Norfolk
  3. World > Countries > United Kingdom > England
  4. Society > Politics > Government > County
  5. Peerage

Subcategories

Ipswich (2)
Bungay Castle
Framlingham Castle
Lakenheath
Lowestoft
Orford Castle
Raf Mildenhall

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