Stoke, Suffolk

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Not to be confused with Stoke-by-Nayland or Stoke Ash or Stoke-by-Clare also in Suffolk

Saint Mary at Stoke from the front entrance

Stoke is a suburb of Ipswich and a civil parish, in the Ipswich District, in the English county of Suffolk. Stoke was placed in the hundred of Ipswich in 1086 in the Domesday book[1] as one of 470 places under the control of the Abbey of Ely St Etheldreda.

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Stoke has a primary school and a post office, a co-op, Stoke High School, a library and 3 places of worship (one of which is a Grade I listed Anglican church called Saint Mary at Stoke).

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Philip's Street Atlas Suffolk (page 139)

Coordinates: 52°02′54″N 1°09′16″E / 52.04840°N 1.15451°E / 52.04840; 1.15451