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Friday, 18 December 2015

Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 1-20. Index (Tho - Wal)

Published here online for the first time, this is the Index of the Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History (until 1985, the Essex Archaeological Society).  Contact us for more information.

THORRINGTON, ?Neolithic long barrow 16: 92
THRESHING FLOORS, possible, Saxon?, Linford, Mucking  1:73
THUNDERSLEY
medieval cloth trades 20: 58
see also DAWES HEATH
THUNRESLAU  (HALF HUNDRED: DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see BALLINGDON; BELCHAMP    ALTER;BINSLEY
THURLOE, SECRETARY OF STATE 1: 198-9, 200, 203,
204
THURROCK
Al3/M25 road schemes 12: 48; 13: 54
archaeological sites 5: 7
Baker Street, mise. pottery finds 16: 119 Palmers School see under Grays
Turok (Domesday placename, part of manor) 16: 46
see also CHADWELL ST MARY; HORNDON-ON- THE-HILL;   ORSETT;  RAINBO      OOD; STANFORD-LE-HOPE;   STIFFORD; TILBURY DOCKS APPROACH ROAD; TILBURY, WEST
THURROCK, LITTLE
11th cent. landholding 4: 131
1801 agricultural survey 5: 198
palaeobotany 7: 12
Thurruca/Turocha (poss. Domesday placename) 16: 46
see also KILNS, pottery  (Roman); ROOKERY  HILL
THURROCK, WEST
11th cent. landholding 4: 132
medieval clergy 1: 252
Mitchells (Turocha (poss. Domesday placename)) 16: 46
palaeobotany  7: 12
St Clement's Church 2: 42; 12: 49; 20: 169
see also PURFLEET
THURROCK HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Chadwell St Mary 1:136,139
THURROCK MUSEUM
J. G. Coates Collection 5: 123
Mucking landscape fmds 5: 9
Tilbury Docks Approach Road finds 5: 113 Tilbury,  est, Gun Hill excavation 5: 50
THURRUCA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
THURROCK,   LITTLE TIBERIUS, EMPEROR, coins 4: 5, 16; 11: 43-4, 49
TICKENHAM  (SOMERSET), bronze chisel18: 10 TIERNEY, GEORGE, Colchester radical19: 226 TILBURY DOCKS APPROACH ROAD 5: 113-18, 114
see also GRAYS, PALMERS  GRAMMAR  SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS; ROOKERY HILL, LITTLE THURROCK
TILBURY, EAST
Coalhouse Fort 16: 127; 17: 160, 165; 19: 157,264
Ferris Aggregates Pit 8: 152-5, 154
medieval hospital  (later blockhouse)  19: 154-7, 156
Priestwick chantry 19: 155
St Catherine's Church (pre-Reformation) 2: 39
Stonehouse chantry 19: 155, 157
Tileberia (poss. Domesday placename) 16: 46
TILBURY, WEST 5: 70
Candovers, Romano-British pottery kiln 17: 163
Church of StJames 2: 41
Gravesend/Gravesanda as (Domesday placename) 16: 42;
19: 157


TILES


Tilbury Fort 13: 54-5, 59; 20: 159, 169
origins (medieval hospital and chapel) 19: 157-8
Tileberia (poss. Domesday placename) 16:46
see also GUN HILL, WEST TILBURY; KILNS, pottery
(Roman)
TILBURY-BY-CLARE    (TILBURY-JUXTA-CLARE),
medieval clergy 1: 252 TILEBERIA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
TILBURY
TILEKILN FARM, HADHAM 14: 55, 56 TILES
box-flue see flue
flat (bonding) Roman
Braintree
Bradford's Farm Estate 8: 103
Hatches Farm 8: 104
Mill Lane (north of) 8: 84
Rayne Road 8: 59
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 54
Corringham Hall 5: 121
Heybridge 17:21,57,59
lngatestone, Mill Green 2: 335, 336
Mile End pottery kilns 7: 52
Rawreth 9: 42
altham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 168
flat/brick, Roman, Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 19, 20 floor
Roman
Coggeshall
East Street 19: 80
St Peter's School19: 64, 65, 68,86
medieval
Bardfield Saling 8: 244
church 8: 78, 275
Blackmore 10: 235 Braintree
Bank Street 8: 76,78
St Michael's Church 8: 96
Brightlingsea Church 8: 266, 275, 276
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 46, 48-9(Pl. 1), 50,
69, 70-4, 74,80n
Coggeshall, East Street 19: 73, 81
Downham, StMargaret's Church 15: 151 lngrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 57 Latchingdon
St Michael's Church 11: 17, 24, 27,30
plain (Flemish) 11: 24, 27
Pleshey Castle 8: 78; 10: 152
Pyrgo Park, Havering-atte-Bower, Perm type and
Flemish 18: 51
Rochford 16: 20
Springfield, All Saints' Church 12: 74
altham Abbey monastic grange 4: 109
althamAbbey monastic site 2:257-61, 258; 10:
247,255;19: 133,140
Penn tiles 10: 151, 153
plain (prob. Flemish) 10: 152
' est Essex' Group 10: 152, 153
estminsterTiler Group 10: 152, 153
rittle, All Saints' Church 8: 169, 173 medieval/post -medieval
altham Abbey relief tiles,  altham Abbey monastic site 10: 153, 154-6
est Horndon Hall (Flemish) 13: 40




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TILES, floor (cont.)
post-medieval
Holland, Little, church 20: 79
Leighs, Great, St Mary's Church 12: 69 Theydon Mount, Hill Hall (Dutch) 16: 135 Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 109 Waltham Abbey monastic site (Dutch) 10: 156
not precisely dated, Newport, St Leonard's Hospital20: 88
flue  (box-flue/tubuli)
Roman 14: 44-5
Bradwell-on-Sea 8: 155 Braintree
Bradford's Farm Estate 8: 103
Hatches Farm 8: 104
Rayne Road 8: 60
Skitt's Hill 8: 110, 111
Broomfield Plantation Quarry 17: 78, 80, 81
Chelmsford 8: 125
Chignal St}ames 8: 158 Coggeshall
East Street 19: 80
Farm Hi1119: 87
St Peter's School19: 56, 64, 68, 86 Colchester
Lewis's Gardens 1: 12, 15
Queen Street 3: 87
Heybridge 17: 21, 64
Layer de la Haye 14: 123
Maldon, Southern Relief Road 20: 164
Mile End pottery kilns 7: 52
Moulsham, Chelmsford 1: 165
Mucking villa 5: 13-14
Nazeingbury 10: 41, 45, 108
Oakley,Little 8: 155
Rawreth 9: 42
Rayne/Braintree bypass 19: 266; 20: 8, 19,20-1,27
St Osyth Priory Park 1: 261
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 168
Waltham, Little, Shopfield 2: 53
Writtle, Sturgeon's Farm 8: 244 hypocaust
Roman 14:44
Bradwell-juxta-C ggeshall 8: 244 Braintree    ·
Bradford's Farm Estate 8: 103
Letch's Yard 16: 125
Henham, Great Hall Field 13: 37
Wanstead Park 16: 132
Wickford 2: 96
pilae
Colchester
Lewis's Gardens 1: 9, 15
Queen Street 3: 88, 89
relief patterned, Roman, Colchester, Lewis's Gardens 1: 15
roof
Roman
general usage 14: 43-4
Chelmsford mansio 4: 13
Chignal St}ames 9: 79
Coggeshall
East Street 19: 79, 80
St Peter's School19: 53, 56, 67, 68 Colchester
North Hill 3: 45


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S side ofTemple precinct (and antefixes) 3: 118, 119,127
Victoria Inn 3: 92
Nazeingbury  10: 41, 44,45
Rawreth 2: 340
St Osyth, Welwick Farm 17: 144 Waltham Abbey
bloomery forge 5: 168
Market Place 19: 211
Waltham, Little, Shopfield 2: 53
Wickford 2: 96
imbrices
Benfleet, South 8: 259 Braintree
Hatches Farm 8: 104
Rayne Road 8: 59
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 54
Chignal St}ames 8: 158
Coggeshall19: 84
St Peter's School19: 53, 64, 65
Heybridge 17: 21
lngatestone, Mill Green 2: 335
Layer de la Haye 14: 123
Mucking villa 5: 13-14
Nazeingbury 10: 108
Rawreth 9: 42
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 19-20
Sewardstone, Northfield Nurseries 10: 177, 182
Waltham Abbey, Market Place 19: 206, 211
tegulae
distribution and usage 14: 44
Benfleet, South 8: 259
Boreham, Great Holts Pit 8: 161
Bradwell juxta Coggeshall 8: 244
Bradwell-on-Sea 8: 155 Braintree
Bovingdon and Fennes Estate 8: 161
Bradford's Farm Estate 8: 103
Fairview Estate 8: 162
Hatches Farm 8: 104
Mount House 16: 39
Rayne Road 8: 59, 85
Sandpit Road 17: 93
Skitt's HillS: 110, 111
Broomfield Plantation Quarry (poss.) 17: 74, 78,
80,81
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 53
Chelmsford temple site 4: 23
Chignal St}ames 8: 158
Coggeshall19: 84
St Peter's School19: 53, 64, 65
Danbury Camp 10: 17
Henham, Great Hall Field 13: 37
Heybridge 17:21,59,64
Bouchernes Farm 17:60
Crescent Road 17: 57, 59
lngatestone, Mill Green 2: 335-6, 336; 12: 72
Ingrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 56-7, 58
Layer de la Haye 14: 123
Mile End pottery kilns 7: 52 Mucking
Roman kilns 5: 17
villa 5: 13-14
Nazeingbury 10: 108
Oakley, Little 8: 155




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TILES, roof, Roman, tegulae (cont.)
Rawreth 9: 42
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 19, 20
St Osyth,Wellwick Farm 12: 47
St Osyth Priory Park 1: 259
Sewardstone, Northfield Nurseries 10: 177, 182,
184
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 168
Church Street 19: 270
Market Place 19: 206,211
Writtle, Sturgeon's Farm 8: 244
antefixes, Roman, Wickford, Beachamps Farm 12: 66, 67
medieval
general
Canfield, Little 15: 144
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6:68-70, 69
Coggeshall, Grange Barn 16: 152
Downham, St Margaret's Church 15: 151
Ingrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 57, 58 Waltham Abbey
bloomery forge 5: 168
Market Place 19: 212
monastic grange 4: 59
monastic site 19: 143 hip
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 70
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 48, 115
lug, Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 69, 70
pantiles, Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 70 peg tiles
Barking, Abbey Road 20: 159
Blackmore 10: 234, 235 Braintree
Bank Street 8: 69, 77
Rayne Road 8: 60
Chelmsford  Dominican  Priory 6:46,48,68-70,  79 Dunmow, Great, Stagg's Farm 11:34
Old Copped Hall17: 100, 105
Orsett Cock 18: 23, 31
Rayleigh Castle 18:41,44 ridge
Blackmore 10: 235
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 70 Ingrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 57 Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 48, 115
post-medieval
peg tiles
Coggeshall, East Street 19: 79
Fryerning, Stoneymore Wood 13: 51
Heybridge 17: 17
Holland, Little, church 20: 79
Ingrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 57 Mile End pottery kilns 7: 53
Pyrgo Park, Havering-atte-Bower 18: 51
Widford 11: 61
not precisely dated
peg tiles
Asheldham, St Lawrence's Church 20: 150
Purleigh 17:112
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 112, 113, 117 tubuli see flue
wall, post-medieval, delftware, Braintree, Bank Street 8: 78 well-lining, Roman, Colchester Castle 5: 237-8


TIMBER, STRUCTURAL


general and unspecified
Hocking, Straits Mill, ?Roman 13: 39
Ingrav , St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 54, 55 Roman
Arkesden, Chardwell Farm 8: 156
Asheldham, St Lawrence's Church 20: 150
Barking,AbbeyRoad  17: 156;20: 159 Braintree
Albert Road 8: 112
Blyth's Meadow 15:40
Toft's Garage 17:82,83,91
Canvey Island 2: 19
Coggeshall, East Street 19: 72, 79
Colchester Castle 10: 242
Cressing, All Saints' Church 6: 83, 84, 85, 88
Dagenham, Rose Gate 20: 162
Holland, Little, church 20: 79
Kelvedon, Doucecroft 19: 35
Maldon, Southern Relief Road 20: 164
Orsett Cock 18: 31
Pebmarsh 1: 171
Purleigh 20: 151
Shenfield 13: 38 medieval
Danbury Camp 10: 17
Rochford 16: 19-20 post-medieval
Danbury Camp 10: 17
Holland, Little, church 20: 79
Rochford  16: 19-20
Woodham Waiter, Ashmans 20: 128
not precisely  dated
Leighs, Great, St Mary's Church 15: 144 Rayleigh, Dutch Cottage, Delft 15: 167
see also drains; kilns, tile; tesserae TTI.LINGHAM
church, Great Rood 2: 35
Ciltedic (Domesday placename) (Childerditch) 16: 41
medieval cloth trades 20: 56
Reddings farm (Redwens) 2: 149
TTI.LINGHAM HALL 19: 232
TTI.LOTSON, WILLIAM, CURATE, and de Vere tombs 16: 55
TILTY ABBEY, 12th cent. charters 2: 289,291-2
TIMBER seeTIMBER, STRUCTURAL; WOOD
REMAINS
TIMBER FRAMING see under ARCHITECTURE TIMBER NAILS see NAILS
TIMBER, STRUCTURAL
early (undated), Mersea Island 17: 161
early-to-middle Iron Age, Tilbury, West, Gun Hill 5: 53-4 Roman
Braintree
Bradford's Farm Estate 8: 103
The Fountain 15: 163
Chelmsford 4: 16-21,24,27
Godfrey's Yard 19: 263 Colchester
Balkeme Gardens 3:52,53
Butt Road 12: 40
Culver Street 3: 98
Gosbecks Theatre, stage 3: 95
Lewis's Gardens 1:9
Middleborough 11: 102
Sainsbury's site 3: 121





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TIMBER, STRUCTURAL, Roman, Colchester (cont.)
St Mary's Rectory 3:65
Telephone Exchange site 3: 10-12
Temple precinct 3: 117, 121-2
drain 3: 120
Ockendon, South, ?latrine 2: 85, 95
Pebmarsh 1: 171, 172, 173
Priory Park building 1: 259
Stebbing Green 20: 168 Waltham, Little
bridge piles 2: 47
Shopfield 2: 50-1 Anglo-Saxon
ligneis tabulis construction 10: 72-3
planning and examples of 10: 64-5,68-74
?Maldon, No. 42 London Road 17:60-1
Mersea Island, The Strood, causeway timbers 14: 77-85,
78-9, 81, 82, 84
Nazeingbury, churches 10: 64-76, 67 medieval
Braintree, Bank Street 8: 66, 69, 79
Chelmsford, Grays Brewery 15: 165
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 77 Colchester
the Red Lion Hotel 18: 102, 103
Rose and Crown Hotel18: 101 Cressing Temple 18: 61
Maldon, High Street, 'Wealden' houses 20: 104-6
Tollesbury Hall18: 54, 55-9, 60-2
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 46 post-medieval
Backing Church Street 19: 218
Holland, Little, hall 20: 80, 81
Stratford, Romford Road (No. 30) 18: 111
WoodhamWalter,Ashmans  20:  120, 122-4,123-6,130
bridges, Southchurch Hall9: 104; 11: 108; 12: 47; 15: 168;
18:36,37
churches
oak screens 5: 214-15
St Michael's, Latchingdon 11: 6, 10, 22, 23, 25,27
towers and belfries 5: 207-9; 11: 6, 10, 22, 23, 25,27
?cill for building, Old Copped Hall17: 100 fireplaces 20: 100, 101
smoke hoods/bays 20: 92, 93
waterfronts
medieval, Shelford, Little, Foulness, wooden structure (? embankment) 9: 101; 10: 245-6; 11: 105; 13:
69-71, 69, 70
Barking 19: 262
Mistley quay 9: 91
Waltham Abbey monastic grange, dock and wharf 4: 81- 3,84-8,89
well-linings Roman
Braintree, Sandpit Road 20: 160
Chelmsford 4: 19, 20
Harlow, Holbrooks 14: 140
Heybridge 17: 15
Nazeingbury 10: 43, 44, 44, 45
Totham, Great, Slough House Farm 20: 163 medieval
Chelmsford, Moulsham Street 13: 50
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 180-3, 181
not precisely  dated
Kelvedon 11: 104


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Walden, Little, Cloptons 20: 152
windows, 17th cent. 1: 231
not precisely dated, Ardwall Isle (Kirkcudbright) 10: 73
see also TIMBER FRAMING (under ARCHITECTURE); WATTLE AND DAUB
TINDAL, NICHOLAS (d 1774), History of Essex 20: 144,
145, 146
TINDAL, SIR NICHOLAS  (d 1846) 20: 146
TIPPEDENE (NOW DEBDEN) 10: 190 TIPTREE
Pan-in-the-Wood 11: 87
prehistoric find 8: 145, 146
TIPTREE PRIORY 1: 242, 244
TIPTREE WOOD, GREAT BRAXTED see under KILNS, POTTERY/KILNS, TILE  (ROMAN)
TITHE MAPS 5: 234                                         .
Chingford field names 2: 164, 165-6
Purleigh 17: 108, 115, 117
TITTLER, ROBERT, 'Incorporation and Politics in Sixteenth-CenturyThaxted' 8: 224-33
TOBACCO TAMPERS
17th cent., Newport, St Leonard's Hospital20: 88
see also PIPES, CLAY TOFT SITES,Takeley 11: 70
TOFT'S GARAGE, BRAINTREE (NOW SAINSBURYS SUPERMARKET)
excavations17:82,83,84-6,87,88-90,91 prehistoric contexts 17: 82, 91
Romano-British contexts 17: 82-3, 91
medieval contexts 17: 83-4
post-medieval contexts 17:84-7 TOFTS, WEST, Old Hall manor 8: 210 TOKENS
post-medieval
Backing Church Street 19: 220,221
Stock (lead) 12: 75, 77
17th cent.
of apothecaries 17: 177-8
of barber-surgeons 17: 177, 178
Norweb Collection  (book review) 20: 185
Waltham Abbey 10: 157
Witham hoard of George Robinson 20: 133-42, 138
WoodhamWalter,Ashmans  20: 123-4, 130
18th cent., Canfield, Great 8: 165
not precisely  dated, Nuremberg, Prittlewell Priory 12: 46
see also COINS; JETTONS
TOLESBERIA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
TOLLESHUNT   D'ARCY TOLESHUNTA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
TOLLESHUNT D'ARCY;TOLLESHUNT KNIGHTS
TOLLENSUM{fOLESHUNTA    (DOMESDAY
PLACENAME)   seeTOLLESHUNT KNIGHTS
TOLLER PORCORUM (DORSET), medieval pottery 8:
187,188
TOLLESBURY
?Neolithic long barrow 16: 91, 92
Bronze Age flat axe 16: 91, 93, 94
Decoy Farm 8: 179
Parish Church of St Mary 18: 53 red hill site 10: 247; 11: 108
Shinglehead Point 8: 182
TOLLESBURY HALL, 13th-cent. manor house 18: 53- 6(inc. illustr.)




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TOLLESHUNT D'ARCY
Hill Farm
gravel pit 11: 36, 37,39
prehistoric to Saxon features 16: 135, 138
Hyde Farm (prob. Tolesberia in Domesday) 16: 43 medieval clergy 1: 252
medieval manors of 1: 239, 240, 241-6
TOLLESHUNT KNIGHTS 17: 62
medieval manors of 1: 239, 240, 241-6
Toleshunta{rollensum (Domesday) 16: 43
TOLLESHUNT MAJOR, medieval manors of 1: 239, 240,
241-6
TOLLESHUNTS(rOLLESHUNTA
manors of 1: 239-46, 240
medieval knight's fee and 'Anstey case' 15: 70, 79 TOMBS(rOMBSTONES
Barking, Abbey Road, Saxon/medieval 17: 156 Bentley, Great, St Mary's Church 18: 99-100 Gloucester Cathedral, Edward II, King 16: 57, 58,59 lngrave Old Church, post-medieval 9: 50, 59n3
St Osyth, Wellwick Farm, Roman 12: 47
Vere family tombs  6: 90-8(inc. illustr.);  16: 53-64(inc. illustr.)
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 230
Westminster Abbey  16: 58, 62
Writtle, All Saints' Church 8: 169, 170-1, 173 TOOLS
bronze see CHISELS; GOUGES
iron see CHISELS; KNIVES; PUNCHES; SHEARS; SPOON BITS
TOPOGRAPHY
Clacton, Rush Green 15: 121
Coggeshall19: 81, 83
Heybridge 17: 7, 8-9, 61
Ingrave, site of St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 48 Latchingdon 11: 6
Nazeing and Nazeingbury  10:30-1 NW Essex 17:128
Old Copped Hall area 17:96-7 Portingbury Hills (Rings) 10: 224
Purleigh 17:108,112
Rochford 16: 7
WalthamAbbey 19:201-3
monastic precinct 10: 128 TOPPESFIELD
prehistoric/Roman enclosures and ring ditches 19: 255-6,
256
La Hose (poss. Hoosenga in Domesday) 16: 45 TOTHAM, 11th cent. landholding 4: 131 TOTHAM,  GREAT
Roman tile kiln (poss.) 11: 51
Blatchams (Blacham in Domesday) 16: 41
medieval clergy 1: 252
see also LOFTS FARM; SLOUGH HOUSE FARM TOTHAM, LITTLE see CHIGBOROUGH  FARM; ROOK
HALL
TOVI (TOFIG), lord ofWaltham 2: 216,240, 245; 4: 32; 5:
127, 129, 148, 151-2; 18: 111; 19: 118, 123,
135-6
TOWERS, church
early modern 20: 93,94
Asheldham, St Lawrence's Church 20: 150 Bardfield, Great, St Katherine's Church 16: 115 Bergholt, West 11: 109
Blackmore 5:208-9


TRIER (GERMANY)


Elmstead Market, Church of St Anne and St Lawrence 14: 138
Hadstock, St Botolph's 9: 100
Latchingdon, St Michael's 11: 29
Layer Marney 17: 172-3, 173-6
Leighs, Great, St Mary's 9: 87; 12: 68, 69, 83
Margaretting 5: 209
Shenfield, St Mary's Church 5: 209
Stock, All Saints Church 10: 73
Waltham Abbey monastic church 9: 105-6
'tower' buttresses 19: 121, 123, 124-6, 127 TOWERS, THE  (HEYBRIDGE)
late Iron Age/early Roman fmds 17: 62 inhumation cemetery 17: 55, 57, 64-5
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING, local government planning papers as sources 19: 231-9; 20:
175-6
TOWNSHEND, CHARLES, 2ND VISCOUNT 7: 65
TOWNSHEND, EDWARD, Rector ofPeldon 7: 65
TOYNBEE HALL, LONDON  18: 75, 77
TOYNTON  (LINCS), medieval  pottery  kiln  1: 45 TRACKWAYS
prehistoric, Lofts Farm 17: 62
late Bronze Age/early Iron Age, Stansted Airport Social Club 19: 270; 20: 157, 165, 167
Middle Iron Age, Tilbury, West, Gun Hill, 'droveway' 5: 48,
49, 50, 50,56-7, 59, 71, 98
Roman
Braintree 16: 28, 30, 36
Rayne 20: 3-5, 15
Rochford, East Street 12:46; 16: 13, 15, 20
St Osyth, Wellwick Farm 15: 168
not precisely  dated
Ardleigh 15: 5
Braintree, Mount House 16: 32, 33-5, 36
Broomfield Plantation Quarry 17: 71, 79
Epping Forest 10: 200-1
see also CAUSEWAYS TRADE
Bronze Age peoples 7: 16
late Iron Age Camulodunum 14: 12
Heybridge 17:61-2
and Roman world 14: 12
Roman period, Heybridge 17: 65
medieval period
Dutch pottery 8: 184-8, 190, 191
Spanish pottery 1: 41
post-medieval, Heybridge 17: 53 TRADES AND  CRAFTS
Colchester, 16th cent. 15: 85
Elizabethan manorial courts 13: 6-7
Rochford, 19th cent. 16: 7
Romford Market, tannery 16: 132
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane, cutlery manufacturing 20: 110-19(inc. illustr.)
see also INDUSTRIES AND TRADING SITES; IRON FOUNDRIES; KILNS; METALWORK; METALWORKING;  SMITHS AND SMITHING; TANNERIES;  TEXTILE­ WORKING
TRAJAN, EMPEROR, coins 3: 106; 8: 15, 114
TRAPRAIN LAW (E LOTH) 18: 114
TREGOZ FAMILY 1: 40
TRIER  (GERMANY), pottery kilns 14:35-6,40, 150, 151




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TRINOVANTES


TRINOVANTES 10: 25, 27; 13: 37; 14: 4, 8
cantonal capital of 4: 8n and Gosbecks 14: 10, 11
pottery and tile distribution in territory of 14: 15-76 (inc. illustr.)
'small towns'
Braintree 8: 1, 124, 125
Heybridge  17: 7, 62,64
TRIPONTIUM (WARWICKS), Roman buckle 18: 116, 117,
119
TRONDHEIM (NORWAY)
Museum: aquamanile 15:54,56,57,60
timber building techniques 10: 70, 72 TRUMBELL, WILLIAM  (ENGLISH AGENT,
BRUSSELS)  15:97, 102
TRUMP, D. H., 'Blunt's Hall, Witham' 1: 37-40
TRURO (CORNWALL), Hambly, Nicholas, 17th cent. clay­ pipe maker 15: 109, 111
TRUSLER, MR A. G., Gun Hill, West Tilbury excavation 5: 50
TUFNELL, SAMUEL (MASTER MASON) 1: 120
TUKE, SIR BRIAN, and Pyrgo Park 18: 45, 48, 51
TUMULI, Roman, Shelford, Little, Foulness 9: 100; 10:
227
TUNSTALL (YORKS) 1: 181, 184
TURNER, RALPH, ofThaxted 8: 226, 227, 228-9
TURNPIKE LANE, near Gun Hill, West Tilbury 5: 69-71 TURNPIKE TRUSTS
Rawreth 9: 31, 33,45
Rochford 9:31,33
TUROCHA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)   see
THURROCK, LITTLE;THURROCK, WEST (MITCHELLS)
TUROK (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) seeTHURROCK
TWEEZERS, COPPER ALLOY
Colchester, Lexden Road 16: 145, 148
Heybridge 17: 23
Nazeingbury 10: 103, 103
TWILLOE, BISHOP HENRY 8:216,217
TWINING, REV. THOMAS, St Mary at Wall, Colchester 19: 224,227
TYLE HALL, LATCHINGDON 11: 10, 27, 28-9(Pl. II),
29;12:74
TYLER, SUSAN, 'The Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Prittlewell, Essex: an analysis of grave-goods' 19: 91-116
TYLER HILL KILN (KENT) see KILNS, tile (medieval)
TYNEMOUTH,JOHN OF, Life of St Osyth 2: 300, 307 TYRINGTON, WILLIAM, OF ASPLEY GUISE (BEDS)
2:276
TYSON, REV. M., de Vere tombs 16: 55

UDECHESHALE  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME), poss. nr
Great Canfield 16: 46
UFFORD, MAUD (COUNTESS OF 8TH EARL OF OXFORD) 16: 61, 62, 63
UFFORD FAMILY (EARLS OF SUFFOLK) 16: 62 UGLEY
Bollington/Brent Hall (?Bertuna in Domesday) 16: 44
Mll excavations: Roman structures 11: 104 UJSCIE (POLAND), early building technique 10: 72 ULEHAM FARM, LATCHINGDON 11: 9, 10 ULINGEHALA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
WILLINGALE SPAIN (SPAINS HALL)
ULSTER, PLANTATION OF, and Hercules Francis Cooke 9: 140, 141


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ULTING
Ashleys, Ulting Road 15: 160
church, bell turret 5: 208
ULWINESCHERHAM  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME),
poss. in Steeple 16: 46
UNEMPLOYED WORKMEN ACT (1906) 18: 75, 76
UNGOT,JOHN,Rector ofPeldon 7:62
UPCHURCH (KENT), salt production 16: 140
UPHALL CAMP,ILFORD 16: 128,138
hillfort 10: 21, 23, 24, 22D-1, 258; 15: 51-2
Iron Age features 20: 164
mise. structures excavated 19: 265; 20: 164
poss. 'oppidum' 15: 51
Roman structures 20: 158, 164
signal station/watch tower (poss.) 19: 260, 265 UPfiAM (DOMESDAY PLACENAME), unidentified 16:
46
UPMINSTER
Beredens Farm, M25 motorway construction 9: 104 brass-rubbing 11: 122
Manor Farm, late Iron Age/Roman settlement 16: 136 Sunnings, Great, late Iron Age/Roman settlement 16: 135-
6
Whitehall Wood, prehistoric ditch systems 15: 169, 170; 16:
136
UPMUNSTRA   (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)   see
UPMINSTER UPSHIRE 10: 190
Wadies Park, poss. post-medieval pottery kiln 9: 105
UPTON,JOSEPH 19: 199,200
URSULA, SAINT 2: 45
USBORNE, EDWARD T. 5: 223-4
UTTLESFORD, MEDIEVAL HUNDRED OF 1: 179; 20:
46

VALENCE,AYMER DE (d 1324), tomb 16:58
VALENCIA (SPAIN), Manises pottery kilns 1:41 VALENTINIAN, HOUSE OF see COINS VALENTINIAN II, coins 3: 120
VANCOUVER,  CHARLES, Genera/View of the Agriculture  of
Essex... 5: 187, 189, 192, 193
VANGE HILL, prehistoric features 2: 341 VAUGHAN, SIR THOMAS (d 1362), manor ofWest
Tilbury 19: 157
VAUX ESTATES, ofWitham 10: 121
VEDAST, SAINT 10: 72 VEGETABLE CROPS
19th cent. 5: 194
1801 agricultural survey 5: 192
VEGETATIONAL  HISTORY  see  ORGANIC  REMAINS;
PLANT REMAINS
VELLUM MANUFACTURE, MEDIEVAL, Waltham Abbey (poss.) 19: 123, 133, 136, 150
VEND,JOHN 17:138-9
VENICE (ITALY),fa{:on de Tknise glass 19: 275, 276, 277
VERE FAMILY (EARLS OF OXFORD)
medieval fees of 1: 179, 180, 181, 183, 184, 185-6, 187,
188-9;16: 153
tombs of 6: 9Q-8(inc. illustr.); 16: 53-64(inc. illustr.) Aubrey de (d 1141) 6: 90, 97; 8: 130; 16: 54
Essex lands held by 1: 179, 180, 181, 184, 185, 186, 187
Aubrey de (1st earl d 1194) 1: 181, 185; 2: 324; 16: 57, 62
Aubrey de (lOth earl d 1400) 2: 267, 268; 6: 93
Hugh de (4th earl d 1263) 6: 91, 98; 13: 15
John de (7th earl d 1360) 6: 93, 94; 16: 57




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VERE FAMILY (EARLS OF OXFORD) (cont.)
John de (12th earl executed 1462) 6: 97; 16: 53
John de (13th earl d 1513) 6: 94, 96; 16: 53, 54
John de (14th earl d 1526) 16: 61,62
John de (15th earl d 1539) 6: 94-5, 97; 16: 53, 60
John de (16th earl d 1562) 16: 53-4
John de (17th earl) 16: 54
Richard de (11th earl d 1417) 2: 267, 294; 6: 93, 94, 97;
16:60,61,63-4,63
Robert de (3rd earl d 1221) 6: 91, 97-8; 16: 53, 54, 59
Robert de (5th earl d 1296) 6: 90, 91, 92, 97; 16: 55-9, 56,
58,60
Robert de (6th earl d 1329) 6: 91; 16: 57
Robert, Duke oflreland (9th earl d 1392) 6: 93; 8: 212-13,
218;16:53,61
Thomas de (8th earl d 1371) 6: 93-4, 97; 16: 60-3, 60, 62
VERE, WILLIAM DE (CANON OF ST OSYTH, LATER
BISHOP OF HEREFORD) 2: 300, 302, 304,
306,307
VERULAMIUM
'Belgic' mint 14: 11
Prae Wood, 'Belgic' ovens 14: 22, 23, 24, 25-6
Roman pottery kilns 14: 33
Roman structures 1: 9
Romano-British pottery 14: 52
Colchester products 14: 50, 51, 52
forms 2: 86, 91, 94; 5: 20, 22, 24, 35; 8:45
see also ST ALBANS  (HERTS)
VESEY FAMILY, Wix Hall, Manor of 1: 106 VESPASIAN, EMPEROR  see  COINS VESSEL  GLASS
Roman
Braintree
Albert Road 8: 112
Black Notley 8: 113
Rayne Road 8: 37-8, 37, 125
Sandpit Road 17: 93
Canvey Island 2: 27
Chelmsford Dominican Priory (poss.) 6: 62, 63 Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 58
Colchester
Lewis's Gardens 1: 27-8
Lexden Road 16: 145
Telephone Exchange site 3: 33, 34
Temple precinct, S side 3: 125, 127
Mersea, East 8: 144
Nazeingbury 10: 104, 105
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 18-19,19
Stansted, Duckend Farm 20: 166, 167
Stebbing 10: 247
late Roman/Saxon, Heybridge 17: 26, 2 7, 28 Saxon
Linford, Mucking 1: 102 Mucking
Kempston type cone beaker 5: 11
Rhenish claw beakers 5: 11 medieval
Braintree, Bank Street 8: 71,72
Waltham Abbey monastic site 19: 143
Widford 11: 60, 61 16th-17th cent.
Coggeshall,fa on de nise 19: 275-7
Harlow, Mark Hall,fa on de nise 19: 276-7, 2 76
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 260-1,260
17th cent., Braintree, New Street 11: 72, 73


VOTIVE OFFERINGS


18th cent.
Aldersbrook Manor 8: 206, 208
Maldon Court School11: 67
18th/19th cent., Newport, St Leonard's Hospital20: 88
not precisely  dated
Braintree, Cressing Road 15: 47, 50 Ingrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 56 Old Copped Hall17: 104, 105
Sewardstone, Northfield Nurseries 10: 177
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 134, 166, 167 VESSELS
albarelli, ceramic, post-medieval, Chelmsford Dominican
Priory 6: 68, 69
bronze
Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 19, 20
Stansted, Duckend Farm 20: 166
Bodleian Bowl, Colchester 16: 49
lead, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 20
wood, Bronze Age, Lofts Farm, Heybridge 13: 53, 58
see also AQUAMANILES; EWERS; PATERA; WINE BOTTLES
VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORIES SERIES
of the County of Essex 17:7 Domesday topography  16: 40,41
and}. H. Round 12: 11, 15, 16, 18,19
Vol Ill:review 1: 217
and J. H. Round 12: 15, 25-38
VICTORIA, QUEEN, coins 4: 125
VIEVAR,ALEXANDER,RectorofPeldon 7:65 VIKINGS
artefacts see PIN-HEADS; PLATES
see also DANISH INVASIONS VILLAS,  Roman
Alresford, Creek Lodge 17: 80
Boreham (poss.) 8: 264
BoxtedWood 20: 154, 168 Braintree
Bradford's Farm Estate (poss.) 8: 103
Hatches Farm (poss.) 8: 104
Brightlingsea  (poss.) 8: 275
Coggeshall (poss.) 19: 84, 87, 88
Finchingfield  1: 173
Halstead 1: 173, 175
Mucking 5: 11, 13-15; 9: 101
Oakley, Little 9: 100; 11: 105
Rayne (poss.) 19: 266; 20: 1, 4, 8, 20,27
Rivenhall (poss.) 19: 82, 87
Shakenoak (Oxon) 8: 104
Thundersley, Dawes Heath (prob.) 13: 66-8, 67
Wanstead Park (poss.) 17: 164
WendensAmbo 17: 124
see also CHIGNAL ST JAMBS
VILLIERS see BUCKINGHAM, 1ST DUKE OF VINCE'S FARM, ARDLEIGH
Bronze Age barrows 7:15,17,18, 19, 20; 13:49
Iron Age site 1: 261-2, 262; 15:4, 5
triangular clay loomweights 14: 120, 121
Roman pottery kilns 11: 50, 51
VOLUNTEERS AND MILITIA, Napoleonic Essex 15:
113-18;19:227
VOTIVE OFFERINGS
poss.
late Bronze Age/early Iron Age, Burnham-on-Crouch, bowl 9: 75, 76




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VOTIVE OFFERINGS, poss. (cont.)
Iron Age vessels, Broom Wood, Stock 9: 77 Belgic/early Roman, Harlow Temple  18: 107
Celtic coins, HarlowTemple 20: 158, 164
Roman pipeclay statuettes 10: 232
not precisely  dated
Chelmsford, Orchard Street 10: 241
New Grange (Co. Meath, Ireland), poss. 9: 147 Tolleshunt d'Arcy, Hill Farm gravel pit, poss. 11: 36,39 Witham, Ivy Chimneys 16: 137

WADMORE, J. R (WADMORE AND BAKER), and Adam
Church at Mistley 1: 255, 257
WAKE FAMILY (LATER JONES), and Waltham Abbey 2: 218-19;4:34;10: 131, 138,167;19: 120
WAKEFIELD, HENRY R. (VICAR, ST MARY'S,
BRYANSTON SQUARE, LONDON) 18: 76 WAKERING, GREAT
Bronze Age features 16: 129
early Iron Age features 16: 129
Iron Age ceramic loomweight  14: 120, 121
Roman features 16: 129
pottery kilns see KILNS, POTTERY  (ROMAN) Anglo-Saxon  bone combs  17: 170, 171, 172
1801 agricultural survey 5: 189, 191, 196
'Brick Fields' 17: 170, 172
Crouchman's Farm 17: 160; 18: 106; 20: 163 WAKERING,  LITTLE
?medieval boundary embankment 13: 71
1801 agricultural survey 5: 191, 198
Little Wakering Hall, renovation 16: 131
WAKESCOLNE
aerial reconnaissance 18: 111
Bronze Age palstave 9: 74-5, 76; 16: 102
Colun? in Domesday 16: 44
Crepping Hall 16: 44
Lane Farmhouse, medieval house 15: 160 WALCFARA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
BOREHAM   (WALKFARES) WALDA/WALLA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)  see
HARLOW  (WELDES); NORTHWEALD
BASSETT   MANOR WALDE see BRADWELL-ON-SEA
WALDEGRAVE, SIR EDWARD, and Thaxted 8: 225
WALDEGRAVE FAMILY, and Church of St Mary, Little Ilford 16: 131
WALDEN
medieval manor of 1: 153
Elizabethan manor court, leet jurisdiction  13:4,9-14 WALDEN, LITTLE, Cloptons, poss. moated site 20: 152 WALDEN (PARISH) 11: 93, 97
WALDEN ABBEY
and Audley End house 12: 46; 19: 261, 268
medieval period 1: 150, 152, 153; 17: 162
16th cent. lands of 11: 90
WALE, JOHN, and Earls Colne Priory 16:54,55
WALFORD, Timothy, Colchester cabinet maker 2: 128 WALHAM, ALEXANDER DE 2: 9-13
WALHAM  (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)  see EPPING; NAZEING; WALTHAM  HOLY  CROSS
WALKER, HELEN et al., 'Maidens Tye: a moated site at High Easter' 19: 176-95
WALKER, JOHN
Chelmsford map (1591) 15: 165; 19: 42
Dominican Priory 6: 51


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Old Thorndon Hall, West Horndon map (1598) 8: 180,
181, 182
Petre estates survey (1596) 9: 48, 48-9(P1. 1), 50, 58
WALKER, KENNETH, 'Little Holland Church' 5: 234-5 WALKER, SAMUEL, map of Good Easter 11: 62-3(P1. 1),
63,64
WALKFARES  (LATER WALTER HALL) see BOREHAM WALL (STAFFS), mansio 20: 181
WALLA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see HARLOW WALLBURY CAMP (FORT), GREAT HALLINGBURY
10:23,24,26
as poss. Belgic 'oppidum' 15: 51, 52
WALLER,J. G. AND L. A. B., Monumental Brasses 6: 99, 101 WALLIS, CHARLES (SON OF JOSEPH) 14: 104, 107
WALLIS, JOSEPH, Colchester iron foundry (18th-19th cent.)  14: 102, 103-4, 105, 106, 106-7(P1.
Ill), 107, 108
WALLIS, STEVEN, 'On the outskirts of Roman
Chelmsford: excavations at Lasts Garage,
1987' 19: 40--6
WALLIS CHARITY, lngrave 9: 50, 59n1
WALLOP, SIR HENRY 2: 144
'WALLWOOD'   ('WALLYWOOD')   see  LEYTONSTONE WALLWOOD  (WALWOOD) HOUSE see
LEYTONSTONE
WALPOLE, SIR ROBERT, and Colchester politics 18: 66, 67,68;19:226
WALSINGHAM  (NORFOLK), pilgrim route to 2: 40
WALSINGHAM, THOMAS, monk of St Albans 2: 268, 270,
275-7
WALTER THE DEAN (DECANUS) 2: 104-5, 112, 113,
117,119
WALTHAM, Baron see OLMIUS
WALTHAM ABBEY: AUGUSTINIAN PRIORY (LATER ABBEY) 2: 37; 5: 127, 129, 151
historical survey 19: 118-23
Middle Saxon cemetery 19: 117, 123, 124-5, 134-5,
150-2,206
late Viking phase  19: 123, 135
Saxo-Norman/early medieval phase 19: 123, 132, 198
monastic period 19: 123, 155, 198
dissolution 2: 216, 217,223, 234, 263; 10: 132, 142, 155;
19:120,123,198,199
Inventory 2: 242,246-7, 264; 4: 30,32-3,61, 79,90-
1,92,93;5: 129;10: 130,141
post-dissolution 19: 123, 132
main excavations
monastic site and prehistoric evidence (1953--67) 2:
216-66(inc. illustr.)
prehistoric flints 2: 222,222, 223-8, 225-8; 19: 135, 204
monastic precinct (1972) 10: 127-73(inc. illustr.)
Sun Street north side: Saxon burials (1974-75) 19: 117- 53(inc. illustr.)
see also MONASTIC GRANGE below
abbey buildings demolished 10: 131, 132
abbey church 2: 216, 217,219-20, 221,230, 232-3, 237-
40,241-2;4:32;9: 105-6;16: 136,139;17:
164; 18: 111, 113; 19: 198
architectural comparisons 2: 237-41
crypt 16: 136
'tower' buttresses 19:121,123,124-6,127
Abbey Mead 10: 128, 129, 130, 136, 140, 141; 11: 108-9;
18: 111; 19: 123
Bldg 110: 131, 133, 134,254,256
Bldg 2 10: 131, 132,133, 134,256




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WALTHAM ABBEY: AUGUSTINIAN PRIORY, Abbey
Mead (cont.)
Bldg 3 (large timber-framed aisled: infirmary/guest­ house?)  10: 131, 132, 133, 134,135, 141,254,
256
Bldg 4 10: 131, 132, 133, 134
Bldg 5 10: 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 141, 150, 151,254,
256
Bldg  6 10: 131, 132,133,135
Bldg 7 (prob. aisled) 10: 134, 135
Bldg 8 (infirmary?) 10: 134, 137, 138, 141, 255
Bldg 9 (Abbey House) 10: 131, 134, 138, 139, 155, 167,
168,169,255,257
see also Denny mansion site (below)
Bldg 10 10: 138, 139
pipe trench laying 10: 168-9, 168
Abbey precinct wall10: 130, 140, 141, 169, 170, 255; 19:
123
almonry? 10: 130
bakehouse 4: 32, 91; 10: 130
brewhouse 4: 32, 91; 10: 130, 141
Chapter House 10: 152, 154, 168, 247; 19: 120, 127-8
cloister site 2: 217,218, 219-21, 221, 230-43, 231,233
prehistoric features 2: 222, 222, 223-8, 225-8, 228-9(Pl.
1), 229-30, 229, 235
Denny  mansion  site 2: 217-18,219,221,232,234,235,
241,242;10: 132;19: 120
guest-house? 10: 130, 141
infirmary? 10: 130, 141
kitchen 2: 246-7
Mill site 2: 221, 221
Monastic Grange 4: 30-127 (inc. illustr.); 5: 127-84 (inc.
illustr.)
Abbey Farm 10: 140, 141
Abbey farmhouse 10: 128; 17:164
Bldg I (2-bay aisled hall) 4: 35, 36, 37-49, 38, 44, 45, 91,
126-7(Pl. Il)
feature list/finds 4: 37-43
Bldgs II-N 4: 35, 36, 49
Bldgs V-VI 4: 35, 36
BldgVII  (dovecote)  4: 35, 36,49-51,91
BldgVIII 4:35,36,51-2,52,91
Bldg IX (dovecote) 4: 35, 36, 49-51, 91
Bldg X (12-bay aisled barn) 4: 34, 35, 36, 53-61, 57, 58,
60, 81, 88, 90, 91, 92, 94, 126-7(Pls 1-II)
Bldg XI (poss. plowhouse)  4: 35, 36, 61-4, 62, 90, 91, 92,
93
Bldg XII (?stables) 4: 35, 36,63-73, 69-70,90,91,92,
93, 126-7(Pl.lll)
oven 4: 70-2, 71,73
solar end 4: 64, 68&n, 90
Bldgs XIII-XIV & XVI (prob.lodges) 4: 35, 36, 73-7,
75, 91,92
Bldg XV 4: 35, 36, 77-8, 92
Bldg XVII (poss. stables, ?Royal) 4: 34, 35, 36, 78, 90,
91, 92, 126-7(Pl. I)
Bldg XVIII (poss. haybarn) 4: 35, 36,78-9,90, 91, 92,
93, 126-7(Pl. I)
Bldg XIX 4: 35, 36, 78, 126-7(Pl. I)
Bldg XX (medieval bloomery forge) 4: 33, 35, 36, 37,
79-80, 91; 5: 127-42,128, 130-1(Pls 1-II),
132,136, 151-84(passim); 10: 130
Bldg XXI (storage building or animal byre) 4: 35, 36,
80, 90, 91, 93
dock and wharf 4: 81-8, 85, 87, 89, 126-7(Pl.ITI)


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drain trench and subway cutting 4: 81 Farm entrance 4: 73, 75, 76
Grange Yard 12: 48
Redholm 4: 32,81
Veresmead (outer monastic close) 4: 30, 31, 32, 35, 36,
81, 90, 91, 92
Newtons Pool 2: 223
and Old Copped Hall17: 96, 105
plant remains and medication 13: 55; 18: 121-4
Skillett Farm 2: 223
Vicarage garden 2: 221-2, 221,223,245-6,254-5
see also BRICKS; COPPER ALLOY OBJECTS; IRON OBJECTS; LEAD AND LEAD WORKING; MORTAR; PLASTER; PLOUGH REMAINS; POTTERY;  STONE;TILES; WINDOW GLASS
WALTHAM ABBEY 5: 152; 10: 53, 54
general
Romano-British period 19: 204-6
Anglo-Saxon period 19: 197-8, 206 medieval period
11th cent. landholding 4: 130, 132
Peasants' Revolt 2:271
see also Moot Hall below
Church Street 19: 202, 203, 206
medieval to post-medieval features 9: 105
No. 6, Romano-British evidence 19: 204 Church Street/Leverton Way
prehistoric to medieval occupation 19:270 poss. medieval wharf 19: 261-2,270
Cobbins Brook 12:48
East Street (now Sun Street) 19: 120, 198
Fountain Place 19: 202-3, 205 Green Dragon Lane 19:202 Lawns Hotel12: 48
Market House 19: 197, 199-201,200,203,208-9
Market Place 9: 105; 19: 196-214(inc. illustr.)
prehistoric evidence 19: 204, 205
Romano-British evidence 14: 143, 144; 19: 197, 204-6,
209
Eldeworth ('old enclosure') 19: 135, 197, 198, 202-3,
209;20: 168
post-medieval markets 19: 199-201
pottery from 19: 209-12
see also MARKET HOUSE; MOOT HALL
Moot Hall14: 143, 144; 19: 135, 197-9, 197,203,206-8,
208,209
Quakers Lane 19: 202
Saxo-Norman manorial enclosure see MANORIAL ENCLOSURES
Sewardstone Street 11: 109; 19: 201-2,205,209-10
Essex House 11: 109; 19: 205, 210,211
Pentecostal Church, Romano-British to medieval pottery 19: 205, 210, 211
Silver Street 19: 202
Sun Street 19: 198, 202, 208
car park construction 10:247 No.   119:205
No. 3 19:205
No. 619: 133
No. 7, Romano-British sherds 19: 206,210
No. 8, garden 2:221, 221,222,223, 264
No. 9, Romano-British sherds 19: 206,210
No. 22 19: 134
No. 24 19: 134





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