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TG2308 :: St Andrews Hill - Suckling House

Taken 4 years ago by Evelyn Simak near Norwich, Norfolk, England

St Andrews Hill - Suckling House by Evelyn Simak
St Andrews Hill - Suckling House

For a closer view of the commemorative stone at the gable end of this house see > Link. The house is named after Robert Suckling, a 16th century merchant who had twice served as Mayor of Norwich and also represented the city in Parliament. His son Edward became Dean of Norwich and John, his younger son, served as Secretary of State to James I and Charles I. Several centuries later, the by then rather derelict building was purchased by the Norfolk News Company in 1916, and in 1923 Helen and Ethel Colman bought the house and had it restored, and in 1925 gifted it to the city.
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Subject Grid Square TG2308
Subject Lat/Long 52.630429,1.295686 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Norwich, Norfolk, England
Photographer Evelyn Simak
Taken 20180731 201807 2018 (about 4 years ago)
Submitted 2018-08-01
Context Historic sites and artefacts · Housing, Dwellings · City, Town centre ·

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