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St. Mary's Church in Hadleigh, where Dr. Taylor ministered.

Rowland Taylor was burnt at the stake by Queen Bloody Mary in February The location was the public square at Aldham Commons. This monument was erected to his honor. Mary's Church in Hadleigh, England where Taylor ministered.

The Church of Our Lady Immaculate and St Edmund King and Martyr. Withermarsh Green in Suffolk. Set in a beautiful Idyllic location.

The Church of Our Lady Immaculate

Our Lady Immaculate and St Edmund is a beautifully remote Suffolk Catholic church and is available to hire for weddings, christenings and funerals.

The south porch, Church of St Mary, Kersey, Suffolk, England | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The south porch, Church of St Mary, Kersey, Suffolk, England ghost!

Flatford Mill Cottage

Flatford Mill Cottage

Flatford Mill is a Grade I listed watermill built in 1733 in Flatford, East Bergholt, Suffolk, England.

Flatford Mill is a Grade I listed watermill built in 1733 in Flatford, East Bergholt, Suffolk, England by Richard Ainsworth

St_Swithun's_Church,_East_Grinstead_(from_Liturgical_SE).JPG (2400×1800)

St_Swithun's_Church,_East_Grinstead_(from_Liturgical_SE).JPG (2400×1800)

St Mary the Virgin, Payhembury, Devon, England.

St Mary the Virgin, Payhembury, Devon, England.

St Mary the Virgin, Uffculme, Devon, England

The Monuments in the churches at Uffculme and Cullompton

The Church of Saint Mary, Stoke by Nayland, County Suffolk, is located about 6 miles southwest of Hadleigh.  It is next to the timber framed guildhall and is considered one of the loveliest and most ornate churches in Suffolk.  The north chapel is the earliest, dating from the early 14th century.  Brass funeral effigies in the south chapel include those of Dame Katherine Mylde, the widow of Sir Thomas Clopton, and the second wife of Sir William de Tendring, whose brass is near by.  Also in…

The Church of Saint Mary, Stoke by Nayland, County Suffolk, is located about 6 miles southwest of Hadleigh. It is next to the timber framed guildhall and is considered one of the loveliest and most ornate churches in Suffolk. The north chapel is the earliest, dating from the early 14th century. Brass funeral effigies in the south chapel include those of Dame Katherine Mylde, the widow of Sir Thomas Clopton, and the second wife of Sir William de Tendring, whose brass is near by. Also in…

Holy Trinity, Stowupland, Suffolk, England || Mary Ann Brame (Barrell)

Holy Trinity, Stowupland, Suffolk, England || Mary Ann Brame (Barrell)

Bridge Cottage Flatford Mill Suffolk

Another view of Bridge Cottage, Flatford Mill, Suffolk.

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