Links

Some Suffolk villages have history websites.  Here is a selection:

 

Debenham  Part of the Debenham Village website, the Yesteryear photogallery is particularly well organised
Drinkstone  Part of the Village website, the Search facility is an interesting feature which gains access to photographs according to location, etc.
Rattlesden  A new website which now has its History link under "Our Village".  Visually very good with interesting Farming History section.
Finborough  Just a snippet on history - the Race of the Boggmen is nice piece of village folklore. 
Semer  Rather basic design but there is excellent material hidden away here.  See the Census Returns including those for the Cosford Union Workhouse.  Brilliant work by somebody!
Hitcham  Very nice "Places in Hitcham" section - map with pop-ups for different houses, etc.
Lawshall  This group has focussed on archiving village material.  There is a superb catalogue of history resources.
South Elmham  The Diary of Events of this history group looks interesting.
Blackbourne  Another fascinating site with many on-going Projects.  See "A Blitz evacuee's story"
Wickham Market  This site illustrates another way or making historical records available.  The village has an archive store which can be accessed on certain days.  There is a comprehensive list of archives on-line under headings like Family Details and Property Details.
Woolpit The history section is part of the Village website.  There is a link to the Woolpit Museum.
Walsham le Willows  This site is incredibly professional and comprehensive!  The amount of material put on-line and thus made available to everyone is very impressive.  From 1997 to 2006 the history group produced a series of Quarterly Reviews which covered a wide range of topics.  This is a website well-worth exploring.
Foxearth  This site has a sample of stories from the Bury and Norwich Post during the 18th and 19th centuries
Onehouse  Contains a miscellany of historical items.  The most interesting perhaps is the information about the Paupers' Graves.