Place:Thingoe Rural, Suffolk, England

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NameThingoe Rural
TypeRural district
Coordinates52.22°N 0.63°E
Located inSuffolk, England     (1894 - 1974)
Also located inWest Suffolk, England     (1894 - 1974)
See alsoSt. Edmundsbury District, Suffolk, Englanddistict municipality covering the area since 1974
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Thingoe Rural District was a rural district in the administrative county of West Suffolk, England and in the historic county of Suffolk. It was created in 1894. On 1 April 1935 the parish of Depden was transferred to the Clare Rural District. On the same date the district was enlarged by the transfer of parishes from the disbanded Brandon Rural District.

It was named after the ancient Hundred of Thingoe ("thing-hoe" - "assembly-mound" in Anglo Saxon) and administered from Bury St. Edmunds, the town it surrounded.

Since 1 April 1974 it has formed part of the District or Borough of St. Edmundsbury. On the same date the administrative county of West Suffolk was abolished.

Parishes

The following parishes made up the Thingoe Rural District:

Parish Description Existence Preceeding Administration
Ampton ancient parish, civil parish
Bardwell ancient parish, civil parish
Barnham ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Barningham ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Barrow ancient parish, civil parish
Bradfield Combust ancient parish, civil parish
Bradfield St. Clare ancient parish, civil parish
Bradfield St. George ancient parish, civil parish
Brockley ancient parish, civil parish
Chedburgh ancient parish, civil parish
Chevington ancient parish, civil parish
Chimney Mills extra-parochial area/civil parish
Coney Weston ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Culford ancient parish, civil parish
Denham ancient parish, civil parish
Depden ancient parish, civil parish 1894-1935 Clare Rural District (see note above)
Euston ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Fakenham Magna ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Flempton ancient parish, civil parish
Fornham All Saints ancient parish, civil parish
Fornham St. Genevieve ancient parish, civil parish
Fornham St. Martin ancient parish, civil parish
Great Barton ancient parish, civil parish
Great Livermere ancient parish, civil parish
Great Saxham ancient parish, civil parish
Great Welnetham ancient parish, civil parish
Hardwick extra-parochial area/civil parish
Hargrave ancient parish, civil parish
Hawstead ancient parish, civil parish
Hengrave ancient parish, civil parish
Hepworth ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Honington ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Hopton ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Horringer ancient parish, civil parish
Ickworth ancient parish, civil parish
Ingham ancient parish, civil parish
Ixworth ancient parish, civil parish
Ixworth Thorpe ancient parish, civil parish
Knettishall ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Lackford ancient parish, civil parish
Little Livermere ancient parish, civil parish
Little Saxham ancient parish, civil parish
Little Welnetham ancient parish, civil parish
Market Weston ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Nowton ancient parish, civil parish
Pakenham ancient parish, civil parish
Rede ancient parish, civil parish
Risby ancient parish, civil parish
Rougham ancient parish, civil parish
Rushbrooke ancient parish, civil parish
Sapiston ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Stanningfield ancient parish, civil parish
Stanton ancient parish, civil parish
Thelnetham ancient parish, civil parish 1935-1974 Brandon Rural District
Timworth ancient parish, civil parish
Troston ancient parish, civil parish
West Stow ancient parish, civil parish
Westley ancient parish, civil parish
Whepstead ancient parish, civil parish
Wordwell ancient parish, civil parish

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