Poorly Located Monument record BUN 161 - St Thomas of Canterbury Church

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St Thomas of Canterbury church, probably one of the 5 churches (also see BUN 006 & 020 & Misc) recorded in the Domesday Survey (S1), location unknown. Formerly recorded as BUN MISC


Grid reference Centred TM 33 89 (10000m by 10000m) (Approximate)
Map sheet TM38NW


Type and Period (2)

Full Description

Probably one of five churches (also see BUN 006 & 020, ISA 005, ISJ 004, ISL 004) recorded in the Domesday Survey (S1) (S3).
Probably includes Church of St Thomas of Canterbury which was appropriated by Convent of God & Holy Cross. Still in use in 1500.
Mentioned in White's directory of Suffolk, 1844, 428.
Site is unknown - possibly destroyed in fire of 1699 (S2).

Formerly recorded as BUN MISC

Sources/Archives (3)

  • <S1> (No record type): Darby H C, The Domesday Geography of Eastern England, 1971, 191.
  • <S2> (No record type): Goult W, A Survey of Suffolk Parish History: East Suffolk A-H, 1990.
  • <S3> Bibliographic reference: Dymond D and Martin E. 1999. An Historical Atlas of Suffolk (revised edition). Scarfe N, Domesday Churches.

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Record last edited

May 21 2020 8:36AM

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