SUFFOLK, 1900Who lived where,
and what did they do?
An absolute goldmine for the Family and Local Historian, This genealogical CD of over 600 pages giving a general
account of the County, with the Hundreds and Poor Law Unions, lists of Magistrates, a sketch of the geological
features of the County, and the places in the County, alphabetically arranged, with their inhabitants, both private
residents and thos engaged in Commerce and Trade. Under each Parish, the Division of the County, the Hundred, Union
and County Court District, the Dioces, Archdeaconry and Rural Deanery are given, as also the College and University
of every Beneficed Clergy as far as can be ascertained, and the names of the Parish Clerks and Farm Bailiffs of
Gentlemen farming their own land.
The County Council is included, with the names and addresses of the