Suffolk GENUKI Service Providers

A very big "thank you" to all contributors - without you so much great information would not be available!

The following people have all contributed information, or given permission for previously published information to be used on the GENUKI Suffolk website. Contact details are provided for acknowledging contributions, and for establishing mutual interest only - please do NOT ask them for help with your research. If you are looking for help, and haven't found your answer amongst the material already available, a much better place to ask is one of the Suffolk-oriented Mailing Lists, where you will find friendly, helpful people who are more than willing to provide assistance.

If there is no contact address provided, it may be that the person concerned prefers to remain anonymous.

Information Provider Contribution
David McFarlaneCreated original set of Suffolk pages, based on Colin Hinson's 2003 transcription of the The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland (1868).
Mike BristowSFK Church Database.
David KolleSurname Index to Pigot & Co Directory for Suffolk (1823-1824).
Terry LevettChillesford Census Transcripts.
Mel LockieTranscriptions of Stephen Whatley's "Gazetteer of England" (1750).
Donovan J. Murrels and Tim HoddyParish lists and Registration District maps.
Janelle PenneyTranscriptions of Beccles and Bungay News.
David Weston and Peter DavidsonTranscripts of Wickham Skeith PR baptisms, marriages, and burials for 1813-1900.
Kevan WildingSuffolk Pubs.

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If you are not already a contributor and have information you'd like to offer, then please see GENUKI Help Wanted page. If you've contributed, but no longer want your email to be listed, please also let me know.

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