|- 1911||549,241 acres (2,222.699 km2)|
|- 1961||547,397 acres (2,215.237 km2)|
|- Succeeded by||Suffolk, with a small part transferred to Norfolk|
East Suffolk, along with West Suffolk, was created in 1888 as an administrative county of England. The administrative county was based on the eastern quarter sessions division of Suffolk. East Suffolk County Council's headquarters were at East Suffolk County Hall in Ipswich, which was a county borough in its own right.
East Suffolk was abolished in 1974 when most of the county was merged with West Suffolk and the county borough of Ipswich to form the non-metropolitan county of Suffolk. A small part of East Suffolk was included into Norfolk in 1974.
- Boroughs: Aldeburgh, Beccles, Eye, Lowestoft, Southwold
- Urban districts: Bungay (created 1910), Felixstowe and Walton, (renamed Felixstowe 1914), Halesworth (created 1900), Leiston-cum-Sizewell (created 1895), Oulton Broad (created 1904, abolished 1919), Saxmundham (created 1900), Stowmarket
- Rural districts created in 1894: Blything, Bosmere and Claydon, East Stow, Hartismere, Hoxne, Mutford and Lothingland, Plomesgate, Samford, Wangford, Woodbridge
The rural districts were further subdivided into civil parishes.
- Vision of Britain: East Suffolk 
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