Ipswich woman Sylvia, 93, was born 'over Stoke' and later lived on Maidenhall and Chantry
He cheated death twice during the war, when his ships were sunk in enemy attacks
Tony Whatling, who has died at 94, opened in 1951. He'd even be there on Christmas Day, in case folk had forgotten anything vital
Gladys had a lucky escape in 1958 when US jet fighter crashed near Ipswich
Jean worked as a maid, and then the head teacher's cook, at a boarding school near Ipswich. A 'very special' lady
Young cinema projectionist sketched the guns he saw, and later became an acclaimed Suffolk gunsmith. He's died at 87
'She was a very courageous, dignified, loving, cheerful and inspiring woman, and we will all miss her dearly'
Tributes to devoted Suffolk hospital nurse once called the 'hardest-working woman in the UK' and 'one of life's angels'
Obituary: Eighty-year-old was part of the 'Windrush generation' who came to England. He'd help many young adults get a good start in life
School gardener, who has died at 89, was awarded the MBE for his tireless work for the village and service to horticulture
Stylist asked wife-to-be for a date the first time they met − when she came to get her hair cut. They were married for 57 years
They were in their 90s and were married for 68 years. 'It's so sad for us, but at the same time we should be happy that they're together,' says family
Smitten country boy Paul Stewart would walk 32 miles to enjoy a precious few moments with Ipswich sweetheart Cheryl
Pat went on to make history with Young Farmers' Clubs and was a cornerstone of her Suffolk village. She's died at 88
Young plumber Jim became a rear gunner with RAF Bomber Command. Later, he made Bury St Edmunds and then Woodbridge his home
Dudley had run The Crown and other Adnams hotels, and helped start Southwold Literature Festival
Rosie and husband Michael launched Open Christmas, to help people alone on December 25. It's still going strong
Known as 'Granny Seaside', she had an amazing life: An ill-fated married life in Africa, a battle with the BBC, and two holes-in-one… in the same round of golf
Ex-nanny, who didn't see herself as 'a permanent Mary Poppins', became a teacher at two Suffolk schools
Joyce lived at Henley for nearly 50 years. She worked at Ipswich Hospital and loved the WI, New Wolsey Theatre and Eastern Angles
Man who led The Abbey school, Woodbridge, for 18 years was 'driven by values of kindness, compassion, patience and integrity'
You may be familiar with the Foulger Transport fleet. Linda, wife of Richard, tells us more about the man behind the vans
When he couldn't get the accessories he needed this businessman made is own and started an empire in Suffolk.
Tributes to Julie Welham - 'the sister I never had' - who ran Julie's Afro Hair Supplies in Norwich Road
Obituary: Former Suffolk nurse helped create a new sign language for children and adults frustrated by not being able to communicate
Suffolk Second World War veteran honoured by France and Russia for helping secure their freedom
Obituary: Bungay Grammar School boy Ray Woodhouse became a 'brilliant' teacher and an Ofsted inspector. He believed young people deserved the best education
Born above a Norfolk fish shop, Jim was a Formula Three star, nurtured F1 champion Emerson Fittipaldi and ran a horse stud in Suffolk. He 'will be remembered as a legend'
The wife of passionate cyclist and member of the Wolsey Road Club, Cliff Matthews, has described him as "the most interesting human being I've ever been fortunate enough to have in my life" following his death from cancer.
Margaret Thick was a Woodbridge district nurse and also worked at Ipswich Hospital. Her funeral is on April 1