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Boxford Suffolk 1911

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Is anyone able to look up please, who was at the Farm on School Hill, Boxford, Suffolk in 1911?
For some years it had been owned by William Joslin, but he died on 16th March 1911. I am trying to find out who then stayed at the farm?
His wife, Elizabeth Joslin nee Baker had already died in 1904.

The large farm building was known as "The Tudor House" and I have photos of this. (Though in fact I am told it is later than Tudor) The house has now gone, some of it being used to build a cottage in Sussex.

Photo of The Tudor House below:

 

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