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Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Monday, 30 December 2013

In Memoriam: E N Mason; A P Wire: Transactions n.s. Volume 13 Part 4

Notice of the passing of Ernest N Mason of Colchester, who died 30 April 1914, and Alfred P Wire of Leytonstone, late of Colchester, who died 12 June 1914.  Published in the Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society in 1914.

Sunday, 29 December 2013

Saturday, 28 December 2013

On the Opening of a Mound at Chadwell St Mary: Transactions n.s. Volume 13 Part 3

Reported one hundred years ago: the work of the spade club called the 'Morant Club' on the opening of a mound at Chadwell St Mary, by Miller Christy and Francis W Reader.







Friday, 27 December 2013

Archaeological Notes: Transactions n.s. Volume 10 Part 2

Archaeological Notes, published in the Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society in 1907, include the following
- Scott, of Wolston Hall
- Pleshingo
- Blackmore Priory
- Leighs Priory
- Abbots of Stratford


Thursday, 26 December 2013

Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Saturday 6th October 1906: Transactions n.s. Volume 10 Part 2

An extract from the Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society, published in 1907: report of a visit to Doddinghurst, Stondon Massey, High Ongar, Ongar and Greensted.







ESAH Online Bookshop Winter Sale

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Storeroom Clearance News

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Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Christmas: Essex Archaeological News, Spring 1973

Essex Archaeological News, Spring 1973 (No 42)

CHRISTMAS

Christmastime led to some research into drinking habits, and in particular I met a retired grocer who talked at length on mulled ale. Apparently not so long ago it was the habit to mull ale oneself over the tap room fire, with the aid of a metal object like a long funnel with a sealed end.

The customer would call for his required spice from the publican, who would be expected to supply over the bar such spices as, cloves, ground ginger, cinnamon, peppercorn and others, on demand.

The customer then put spice and ale in the metal cone, and placed it in the fire to heat, removing and pouring out the mixture when it was judged to be hot enough.

Only last week I saw in a member's house an ale 'mullet.' and recognised it in spite of its gleaming copper appearance. This utensil had been black with use when brought home. I also learned of a boot shaped ‘muller' which would pass between the fire bars of a grate and achieve the same purpose.


Perhaps some of the old magic has gone out of life with the central heating hot-house. How welcome the hot, spiced drink must have been to those who felt the winter's cold, and clustered round the fire at the inn.

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Essex Archaeology and History News: Index Nos 119-128 (1994-1998)

Essex Archaeology and History News, Autumn / Winter 1999

ESSEX ARCHAEOLOGY & HISTORY NEWS, INDEX. VOLS 119-128 (1994-98)

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Air photography (1998) 128, 1
Airfields, Essex (1997) 125, 12 (1998) 127, 13
Anglo-Saxon landscape (1998) 127, 1
Architects, Essex (1995) 122, 5
Ashdon, History of (1998) 128, 6
Aveley - paleolithic, iron age (1995) 122, 14 (1997) 125, 16 (1997) 126, 14
Ballard, Bruce (1998) 128, 6
Barling Magna - prehistoric (1994) 120, 11
Barnard, William (1994) 119, 1
Bartlow Hills (1998) 128, 6
Bartonhall Creek, River Roach (1994) 121, 8
Bassett, Philip (1998) 127, 1
Beaumont Quay- harbour, limekiln (1997) 125, 13 (1997) 126, 12
Belchamp St Paul – bronze age (1997) 126, 14
Benham, Hervey (1997) 125, 7
Benham, Sir Gurney (1997) 125, 8
Bentley, Little - windmill (1997) 126, 15
Blackwater estuary (1996) 124, 9 (1998) 128, 1
Bohun, Humphrey (1997) 126, 6
Boorman, Michael de (1998) 127, 4
Boreham (1994) 121, 10 (1995) 123, 15 (1997) 125, 9
Bouchier, Sir John (1996) 124, 1
Boudicca (1998) 127, 1
Boulton, Jim, "Great Pestilence" (1997) 126, 1
Boundary Marker survey (1996) 124, 11
Boxted (1997) 126, 5
Braintree – Roman (1996) 124, 13 (1997) 126, 14
Brentwood (1995) 122, 1
Brentwood, Origins of (1998) 27, 11
Brightlingsea - neolithic (1995) 123, 14
Brown, Susan J (1998) 127, 3
Budds, Don (1998) 127,4
Buckley,Dave,County Archaeologist (1997) 126,3
Bulls Lodge, Boreham - airfield (1994) 121,14
Burnham on Crouch - red hill (1995) 122,12
Centenary of Society (1998) 127,5 (1998) 128,9
Chesterford, Great - Roman (1995) 122,16 (1997) 126,15
Chipping Ongar (1998) 127,2
Churches, Essex (1997) 125,8
Churches, redundant (1998) 127,11
Clacton (1994) 119,14
Clavering, History of (1997) 125,8
Clotworthy, Sir John, of Maldon (1997) 126,9
Coastal survey (1994) 121,9
Colchester (1998) 127,1
Colchester History Fair (1998) 127,16
Colne, Earls & Wakes (1997) 126,5
Copford church (1997) 126,5
Cressing (1994) 120,12 (1994) 121,6 (1998) 127,16
Crummy, Philip (1998) 127,1
Cutts, Sir John of Horham Hall (1995) 122,1 (1995) 123,5
Danbury, icehouse (1998) 128,14
de Bryene, Alice of Acton Hall (1994) 121,1
de Ferrers (1994) 119,10
Doncaster, Anthony (1995) 123,1
Downhouse farm – Roman (1994) 121,13
Elsenham - iron age, Roman (1994) 120,11
Essex Heritage Trust (1997) 126,2
Essex Place Names Project (1996) 124,3 (1997) 126,2 (1998) 127,1
Essex University Courses, (1998) 127,8
Fawcett Library, London (1994) 121,5
Field School (1995) 122,6 (1998) 127,6
Film Archive, East Anglian (1998) 127,2
Fish weirs (1998) 127,13
Fordham, Colchester (1998) 127,4
Frating Green (1994) 119,16
Freemasons (1995) 122,5
Gelling, Dr Margaret (1997) 126,4
Gill, Eric (1995) 122,5
Gilman, Paul (1998) 128,4
Goldhanger - red hills (1995) 123,15
Grays (1994) 119,15
Gt Horkesley, deformed childe (1997) 125,5
Gt Sampford (1997) 126,15
Gt Wakering (1998) 128,14
Gt Halts farm, Boreham (1994) 121,13 (1995) 122,15
Gunby, Norman (1998) 127,4
Hadstock church (1997) 125,15
Hall, Ken, County Archivist (1998) 128,4
Harlow, Church Langley - iron age (1994) 120,9
Harwich – Stanier line  (1996) 124,9
Hatfield Peverel - Roman (1994) 120,9 (1996) 124,1
Heron Hall (1997) 125,7
Herschel, William and John (1994) 119,8
Heybridge, Maldon (1994) 119,14 (1994) 120,11 (1997) 126,15
Hickeringill, Edmund of Boxted (1997) 126,5
Hill Hall, Theydon Mount (1994) 119,1
Horham Hall (1995) 122,1
Horndon on the Hill - medieval (1996) 124,13
Hunter, John (1998) 127,1
Huntingdon, Countess of (1998) 127,4
Hyland, Nora (1995) 123,5
Hyland, Stanley, obituary (1997) 125,2
Hylands House, Writtle (1997) 126,16
Ilford, A potted History (1998) 127,4
Iron age/Roman sites (1998) 127,15
Iron Foundries, Essex (1998) 127,13
Jessop, William, of Leez Priory (1997) 126,9
Kelvedon - Roman, Saxon, medieval (1997) 125,15
Kelvedon Hall (1998) 128,10
Kemble, James (1997) 126,1
Kirby, Richard, carpenter (1994) 119,1
Lamb, Elizabeth (1998) 127,3
Landscape, Essex (1998) 128,7
Langenhoe School (1997) 125,9
Langford - neolithic (1995) 123,14
Lardner, Dioysius (1994) 118,9
Leach, Michael (1998) 127,6
Leez Priory (1997) 126,8
Leigh Marsh - fishponds (1995) 123,11
Leighs, Great - bronze age (1994) 121,14
Lewis, Pat (1998) 127,4
Lime kilns, Essex (1997) 126,12 (1998) 127,13
Little Bentley (1997) 126,15
Lockwood, Rt Hon Mark (1995) 122,5
Longinus, Colchester (1997) 125,1
Lucas, Sir Charles (1995) 123,5
Maldon & Heybridge (photographs) (1997) 126,9
Malthouses (1995) 122,12 (1997) 126,15 (1998) 127,13
Monuments at Risk Survey (1994) 121,8
More, Sir Thomas (1997) 125,7
Moulsham Hall, Chelmsford (1997) 26,14
Mucking - place name (1997) 126,4
Neolithic/Bronze age (1998) 127,15
Newport – post medieval (1994) 120,11
Newport-Tank ditch (1995) 122,13
Norton Mandeville (1998) 127,3
Onley, Rev Charles (1998) 127,4
Osea Island - pillbox (1997) 125,13
Oyster pits (1995) 122,12
Parsons, Dr David (1998) 128,4
Purfleet, paleolithic (1998) 127,14
Rebridge, bronze age (1998) 128,14
Red hills (1994) 120,10 (1994) 121,14 (1995) 122,12
Rich, Robert (1997) 126,8
Rochford hospital (1995) 123,15 (1996) 124,12
Rodings, The (1998) 127,1
Rowhedge port (1994) 121,2
Saffron Walden (1994) 119,14 (1995) 123,15 (1997) 126,16
Sampford, Gt- mesolithic; Roman (1995) 123,12 (1997) 126,15
Schellinks Travels, 1661-3 (1995) 123,1
Staley, Paul (1998) 127,1
Sellers, John Ezra (1994) 120,2
Shelley, rectors of/fieldnames (1998) 128,9
Shenfield - Roman (1994) 119,16 .
Shoebury, North (1995) 123,16
Sible Hedingharn (1994) 120,8
Sites & Monuments Record (1998) 127,11
Smythe, Sir Thomas of Hill Hall (1994) 119,1
Soane, Sir John (1997) 125,4
 Southend - bronze age (1996) 124,13
St Aylott (1997) 126,6
St Ethelred and Ethelbert (1998) 127,9
Stanstead Hall (1996) 124,1
Stebbing (1994) 119,9
Stisted Hall (1998) 128,6
Stow Maries - airfield (1997) 125,12
Strachan, David (1998) 128,1
Tendring - field systems (1997) 126,16
Thaxted - medieval (1997) 126,16
Theydon Mount (1994) 119,1
Thompson, Christopher (1998) 127,9
Timber-Framed Building (1998) 127,3
Tollesbury - red hill, saltems (1994) 120,10 (1995) 123,14
Twining, Rev Thomas (1998) 127,4
Ulvescroft Priory, Leics (1994) 119,10
Victoria County History of Essex (1994) 119,5 (1994) 120,4 (1998) 128,4
Wakering (1994) 120,10 (1994) 121,13
Wakering, ?monastery at (1998) 127,10
Waltham Abbey - powder factory (1994) 119,15 (1996) 124,11
Walton on Naze - pillboxes (1995) 123,12
Weeley, History of (1997) 123,9
Wilkinson, Dr Tom (1998) 128,7
Wimbish, Tiptofts Farm - moated (1995) 123,15
Witham - medieval (1994) 119,15
Wix Priory (1998) 127,4
Womens Studies (1994) 121,5
World War II defences (1994) 119,13 (1994) 120,7 (1995) 122,13 (1998) 127,12 (1998) 128,12
Writtle -iron age (1994) 119,16


James Kemble

Monday, 23 December 2013

Essex Archaeology and History News: Index Nos 96-118 (1986-1993)

Essex Archaeology and History News, December 1994

ESSEX ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY NEWS, INDEX TO NUMBERS 96- 118 (1986-1993)

The last index to this letter was published some time ago and a successor is long overdue. The Society is therefore grateful to James Kemble for taking on the onerous task of producing an index for the years 1986 - 1993. This should be a valuable aid for present and future researchers. [Contact us via the blog for more information]

Addison, William (1992) 116, 2
Aerial photography (1987) 98, 7
Alresford (1987) 98, 14
Appleby, John (1990) 109, 2
Army (1987) 98, 14
Asheldham (1987) 98, 14
Audley End (1987) 101, 9
Bardfield (1987) 99, 5
Baring-Gould, Rev. S., (1990) 110, 2
Barking (1987) 98, 14
Barling (1987) 101, 0
Basildon (1987) 101, 1
Bathside Bay (1993) 117, 5
Belchamp St Paul (1988) 104, 10
Benton, Rev GM (1990) 110, 2
Bergholt (1987) 100, 8
Birchanger (1992) 115, 13
Bicknacre (1987) 99, 7
Billericay (1987) 100, 18; (1993) 118, 0
Bishops Stortford (1993) 118, 7
Blackwater (1993) 118,11
Bohun, de (1986) 96,9; (1987) 98, 18
Boreham (1987) 98, 14; (1992) 114, 8. (1993) 118, 7, 12, 13, 15
Bradbury, Joan (1987) 98, 18
Bradwell (1986) 97, 10; (1991) 112, 12; (1992) 116, 11; (1992) 17, 14; (1993) 117, 14
Braintree (1987) 98, 14; (1987) 100, 19; (1993) 118, 14
Brentwood Co High Schl (1993) 118,4
Brightlingsea (1990) 110, 12
Broomfield (1991) 113, 13
Bryan, Kate (1993) 118,4
Bowes, Richard (1992) 117,2
Buck, Jo-Anne (1993) 117, 7
Bulmer (1988) 104, 9
Burstead (1989) 105, 14
Canterbury (1987) 98, 14
Chappel (1988) 104, 0, 7
Chelmsford (1987) 98, 5, 15; (1987) 99, 5, (1987) 100, 17; (1988) 102, 13; (1989) 107, 9; (1990) 110, 13; (1991) 111, 13; (1991) 113, 11; (1993) 118,16
Chigborough (1988) 103,8; (1989) 106, 8, 11
Chignall (1989) 106, 11
Christchurch (1987) 101,6
Church Langley (1993) 118, 13
Coggeshall (1987) 98, 15, (1993) 118, 16
Colchester (1987) 98, 15; (1987) 99, 0; (1988) 102, 3, 17, (1988) 103, 3; (1990) 109, 7; (1991) 113, 15
Copford (1987) 100, 11
County Archaeological Section (1986) 96, 4; (1987) 98, 4
Cressing (1987) 100, 22; (1988) 102, 15, (1989) 107, 11; (1990) 109, 9; (1991) 112, 12; (1992) 115, 10; (1993) 118,9
Crondon Park (1992) 114, 8
Crossman, Rev H (1993) 117,2
Crouch, river (1993) 118,8
Cudmore Grove (1993) 118,11
Cunobelinus (1987) 100, 0
Cutts, Edward (1990) 108, 1
Danbury Park (1990) 110, 5
Debden (1987) 98, 18
Dedham (1987) 98, 16
Defoe, Daniel (1987) 98, 19
Dovecote (1988) 104, 9
Downhouse Farm (1993) 118, 15
Dunmow (1987) 98, 16
Duxford (1987) 98, 18
Dynes Hall (1993) 118, 1
Elmdon (1993) 118, 11
Elmstead (1992) 117,8; (1993) 117,8
Erith, Felix (1991) 112, 2; (1991) 113, 2
Essex Heritage Trust (1990) 109,2
Essex Record Office (1988) 103, 13
Faulkbourne (1986) 96, 2
Fishponds (1993) 118, 11
Frinton (1986) 94, 3
Gestingthorpe (1986) 96, 7
Gosbecks (1993) 118,7
Gray, Vic (1992) 116,4
Grays Thurrock (1987) 98, 16
Great Braxted (1987) 101, 11
Great Chesterford (1987) 101, 2; (1989) 107, 12; (1990) 109,0; (1992) 117, 13
Great Dunmow (1992) 116, 12; (1993) 118, 7, 11,13
Great Easton (1993) 118, 11
Great Garnet (1988) 104,9
Great Maplestead (1993) 118, 1
Great Sampford (1993) 118, 11
Great Totham (1990) 109, 11, (1993) 118,0
Great Yeldham (1989) 105, 11
Hadleigh (1987) 99, 6
Halstead (1990) 111, 13
Hanningfield (1987) 98, 16
Hardy, Thomas (1990) 110,4
Harlow (1987) 98, 16, (1989) 107, 9; (1991) 111, 14; (1992) 115, 12; (1993) 118, 16
Harwich (1986) 94, 11; (1987) 98, 16; (1990) 108,0; (1990) 109, 14, (1990) 110, 12; (1991) 112, 13; (1992) 117, 15, (1993) 118, 16
Hatfield (1987) 100, 5; (1989) 105, 7
Hatfield Broad Oak (1989) 106, 4,
Haverhill (1987) 98, 14
Helions Bumpstead (1992) 115, 14
Henham (1989) 105, 14; (1993) 118, 11
Heybridge (1991) 112, 13; (1993) 118, 7, 14
Ilford (1987) 98, 16
Ingrave (1993) 118, 10
Ironstone (1987) 97, 12
Ivy Chimneys (1987) 98, 16
Kelvedon (1987) 99, 5
Langdon (1987) 98, 16
Langford (1993) 118, 10
Latrobe, Benjamin (1993) 118,2
Lee (1987) 101, 1
Little Holland (1988) 103, 11
Little Tey (1989) 106, 5
Mabbitt, Ken (1989) 107, 2
Maldon (1987) 99, 3; (1989) 106, 9; (1990) 110, 13;(1991) 112, 14, (1993) 118,7
Manningtree (1991) 112, 15
Manuden (1993) 118,11
Maplestead (1987) 98, 16
Margaretting (1987) 99, 5
Marter Manor (1986) 97,2
Maynard (1987) 100, 8
Medusa (1986) 94, 0
Mee, Arthur (1992) 114,3
Mersea (1987) 98, 16
Moats (1993) 118, 11
Morant (1987) 99, 1, (1988) 102, 3; (1988) 103, 3, (1991) 112, 6, 10; (1993) 118,2
Mucking (1987) 98, 17
Nesfield, William (1988) 104, 6
North End (1986) 97, 2
North Weald (1986) 94, 4; (1993) 118, 9
Odo (1987) 98, 14
O'Grady. Miss (1993) 117,4
Ongar (1987) 98, 17; (1991) 112,15
Orsett (1987) 98, 17; (1987) 100, 13
Othona (1993) 117, 14
Phyfe, Duncan (1987) 100, 5
Plague (1986) 94, 4
Pleshey (1987) 100, 15; (1993) 118, 16
Plume (1988) 102, 11
PPG16 (1991) 111, 12
Poland (1989) 107,3
Poulter, Horace (1993) 117,4
Powell, WR (1987) 100, 1
Publications Development Fund (1993) 117, 2
Purleigh (1990) 108, 13
Radwinter (1988) 104, 6
Railway (1990) 108,4
Rayleigh (1987) 98, 17; (1993) 118, 7, 9
Rettendon (1993) 118, 5
Rich, Richard (1989) 105, 6
Rivenhall (1987) 98, 17; (1990) 108, 14
Rochford (1986) 96, 6; (1987) 98, 17; (1987) 100, 8, (1993) 118, 14
Roman (1987) 98, 14
Romford (1987) 98, 17
Round, John (1988) 102,2; (1990) 110, 5
Round, Horace (1988) 102, 1, 2; (1989) 106, 1
Roxwell (1989) 106, 10
Ruggles-Brise, John (1993) 117, 1
Sites Monmnts Record (1987) 98, 7; (1993) 118, 10, 17
Slough House Farm (1988) 104, 12; (1989) 106, 9, (1990) 109, 12
Smallpox (1987) 100, 8
Smither, Philip (1990) 108, 2
Southend (1987) 98, 19
Saffron Walden (1986) 96, 9; (1987) 98, 17; (1990) 109, 12; (1992) 114, 8; (1993) 118, 15
Salter, Dr (1988) 102, 19
Sandon (1993) 118, 15, 16
South Ockendon (1986) 96, 5
South Weald (1991) 111, 16
Spalding (1986) 94, 2
Springfield (1986) 94, 11; (1987) 98, 5, 19; (1987) 100, 13; (1989) 106,0; (1991) 111, 16
St Osyth (1987 98, 17; (1987) 100, 10
Stanford-le-Hope (1987) 98, 17
Stansted (1986) 94, 11; (1986) 96, 7; (1987) 98, 6; (1987) 100, 14; (1988) 103, 9; (1988) 104, 12; (1989) 106, 11
Stansted Mountfichet (1986) 96, 11; (1986) 97, 6, 8; (1987) 98, 11; (1987) 99, 8
Stanway (1992) 116,9
Stebbing (1988) 104, 13; (1993) 118, 0, 10
Stebbingford (1993) 118, 13
Stifford (1987) 101, 2
Stondon Massey (1992) 115, 10
Stow, John (1987) 98, 14
Studley Green (1987) 99, 8
Takeley (1993) 117, 3
Terling (1987) 98, 19
Thaxted (1991) 113, 10; (1992) 115, 12; (1993) 118,6
Theydon Mount (1987) 98, 19
Thorndon Park (1992) 114,4
Tilbury (1987) 98, 19, (1988) 102,0
Timber frame (1987) 98, 14
Tolleshunt (1987) 98, 19; (1988) 102, 19
Tufnell, John (1990) 110, 3
Uphall (1987) 101, 12
Victoria County History (1987) 100, 22; (1991) 112,2; (1992) 115,4; (1993) 117,7
Vaughan Williams, (1993) 118, 3
Wadhams, Mike (1991) 111,3
Walash Hall (1993) 117, 3
Wall paintings (1989) 105, 14; (1989) 106, 5; (1993) 117,8
Waltham Abbey (1986) 97, 0, 4; (1987) 98, 19, (1990) 110, 13; (1992) 117,8; (1993) 118, 7, 9, 16
Walton-on-the-Naze (1986) 97, 2, 3; (1987) 98, 10; (1989) 105, 8
Wanstead (1987) 98, 19
War, Great (1986) 94, 6
Weeley (1993) 118, 14, 15
Wendons Ambo (1993) 117,13
White Colne (1990) 110,0
Wickhen Bonhunt (1993) 117, 13; (1993) 118, 14
Widdington (1989) 105, 15
Witham (1987) 98, 19; (1987) 100, 8; (1991) 111, 4; (1993), 118, 15
Woodford (1987) 99, 5
Woodham Walter (1987) 100, 13
Woodside, Bishops Stortford (1993) 118, 7
Womens Institute (1987) 100, 8
World War II, (1993) 118, 8


James Kemble

Sunday, 22 December 2013

Mosaic Pavements in Colchester: Transactions n.s. Volume 10 Part 2

Colchestrian, Henry Laver wrote an article for the Essex Archaeological Society which listed the mosaic finds in Colchester down to 1907.