Huntingfield, Church of St Mary
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Huntingfield is a village near the B1117 road, in the Suffolk Coastal district, in the county of Suffolk, England close to the source of the river Blyth. Nearby settlements include the town of Halesworth and the villages of Walpole, Heveningham and Cookley.
The church of St Mary is a fine example of East Anglian late Medieval work. The nave and chancel roofs were painted by Mildred Holland, the wife of the Rector, in the style of the 15th century, over a period of seven years starting in 1859. Other furnishings were either painted by her, or are memorials to her.
- Estimates of Total Population of Areas in Suffolk Suffolk County Council
- Philip's Street Atlas Suffolk, 2007 edition. p. 41
- Huntingfield village
- St Mary's church
- Suffolk churches
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