Timeline

This is a timeline giving details of Hoxne events.


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Date Local Events Details
400000 BCLower Paleolithic periodHoxne handaxe found from this period - see further details
47Roman Hoard buried in Hoxne - Discovered in 1992Follow this link for more details of the Hoxne Hoard
1086Domesday Book entry for Hoxne
1549Norfolk Rebellion startedA dispute over hedges in Attleborough - Rebels captured Norwich
18011801 Census972 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 451 males 521 females
18111811 Census948 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 457 males 491 females
18211821 Census1066 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 507 males 559 females
1822East Anglian Agrarian Riots
18311831 Census1243 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 624 males 619 females
1835New Hoxne Union Workhouse built Located at Barley Green, near Stradbroke
Apr18411841 Census in Hoxne1333 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 678 males 655 females
Apr1851 1851 Census in Hoxne1262 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 648 males 614 females
Apr18611861 Census in Hoxne1218 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 603 males 615 females
Apr18711871 Census in Hoxne1090 people were recorded as living in Hoxne
1871Hoxne Union Workhouse was closed.It had been empty for many years
Apr18811881 Census in Hoxne1000 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 505 males 495 females
Apr18911891 Census in Hoxne934 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 470 males 464 females
Apr19011901 Census in Hoxne838 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 432 males 406 females
Apr19111911 Census in Hoxne877 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 442 males 435 females
19211921 Census769 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 378 males 391 females
19311931 Census744 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 384 males 360 females
19511951 Census742 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 366 males 376 females
19611961 Census676 people were recorded as living in Hoxne - 330 males 346 females
May1964Red Lion Inn partially burnt downOccupied by the Jolly family. The building was demolished
16Nov1992Roman Hoard discovered by Eric Lawes