Place:Stratford St Mary, Suffolk, England

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NameStratford St Mary
Alt namesStratford-St. Marysource: Family History Library Catalog
TypeVillage
Located inSuffolk, England
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Stratford St. Mary is a village in Suffolk, England in the heart of 'Constable Country'. John Constable painted a number of paintings in and around Stratford.

Stratford (the ford of the Roman Via Strata) with its attached hamlet of Higham sits on the Suffolk/Essex border on the River Stour, Suffolk. It is from London just off the A12 between Colchester and Ipswich. The village has a fifteenth-century flint faced church which is clearly visible from the A12. It is also served by a primary school, post office and village store, and three pubs.

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