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John Cooper wrote:

This is the site where the King of Essex, Swidhelm was baptised by the East Anglian King Aethelwald c600-700 AD. Rendlesham is also thought to have been the home of Anglo Saxon King Redwald where his Palace was supposed to have been built although no trace of this has ever been recorded [on the site of Naunton Hall perhaps?]. It is also said that when he died his body was taken from here along the River Deben to Sutton Hoo where the whole ship, Redwald and his worldly possessions were buried. The churchtower battlements of St Gregory has a lovely chequerboard finish, an arch braced roof adorns the nave was only discovered in the 1930's when the former plaster was removed. In a recess in the north wall of the chancel is a tomb said to contain the remains of a previous rector, John Chaperon who died in 1349, a list of rectors dates from 1304, such is our rich history of Suffolk


 http://www.ipswichstar.co.uk/news/conference_to_hear_of_rendlesham_village_of_the_kings_discoveries_1_4706200



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The UFO Incident at Rendlesham 

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