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Kettleburgh belongs to the family of Anglican churches covering the villages of
Brandeston, Campsea Ashe, Easton, Hacheston, Kettleburgh, Marlesford, & Parham.
A church has stood in Kettleburgh since at least Saxon times. Domesday book tells us that in King Edward's time Edric Grim held the manor of Kettleburgh as one manor, for four carucates of land, half under the patronage of St Etheldreda's (Ely Abbey), and half under that of Edric of Laxfield. In 1086 it was held by Count Alan. The present church dates mainly from the 14th century, but the structure incorporates earlier work, for during repairs carried out in 1952 remains of a small window, thought to be Saxon, were uncovered. There is also a 13th century coffin slab in the chancel, and a stone coffin built into the south east wall of the nave - presumably pre-dating the construction of the wall.
Find out more at http://www.suffolkchurches.co.uk/kettleburgh.html - the website of Simon Knott
To link to the Kettleburgh village website, visit: http://kettleburgh.onesuffolk.net/community/st-andrew-s-church/
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In order to consult archived record materials please contact
Suffolk Record Office, Gatacre Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 2LQ
Telephone number: 01473 263909 or 01473 263910
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