On 11 January 1917, Emma Fleming died in Badingham at the age of 96. Her death was reported in the Framlingham Weekly News on the following Saturday, 13 January.
Emma, nee Foster, appears on the 1911 census as an 88-year-old widow with her son Thomas, a brick maker, and daughter Harriet on Low Street (address given by the enumerator – their schedule states Church Street). (1911 Census; Badingham, Suffolk; ED1; SN 23)
Emma was born in Badingham but spent much of her married life in Dennington with her husband Robert and their children.
The village’s brick works is clearly visible on contemporary Ordnance Survey mapping. Try the collection digitised by the National Library of Scotland: http://maps.nls.uk/view/114499852
Note: as with spelling in many historical records, Fleming is variously recorded as Fleming or Flemming.