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

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.

WALTHAM ABBEY, Sun Street (cont.)
No. 26 19: 128, 134
Nos 37-39 15: 169-70
No.41 13:55;19:271
No. 46, medieval plant remains and medication 13: 55;
18: 121-4
No. 56, leather remains 13: 55
north side excavations see AUGUSTINIAN  PRIORY (LATER ABBEY) ABOVE
town centre, medieval features 10: 247-8
Town Mead Road 19: 205, 210
WALTHAM ABBEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2: 220; 4:
30;10:168,170;18:121
WALTHAM ABBEY VOLUNTEER INFANTRY 15: 113 WALTHAM GRANGE
post-dissolution 2: 217
see also WALTHAM ABBEY (above): Monastic Grange WALTHAM,   GREAT
16th cent. witchcraft (book review) 20: 184-5 brass7rubbing 11: 122, 122-3(Fig. 2)
Broads Green
Bronze Age features 18: 106-7
late Bronze Age settlement 19: 7-14(inc. illustr.) flintwork and pottery 20: 147, 148
Dickeymoors (No. 11), Saxon pottery 13: 52
Fitzjohn's Farmhouse, medieval house 12: 89 Howe Street
Lohou (Domesday placename) 16: 42
Mesolithic? axe/adze 15: 119, 120
Lawn Hall (?Laghenberia in Domesday) 16: 45
see also BORDER WOOD  (BROOMFIELD/GREAT WALTHAM);  FORD  END
WALTHAM, LITTLE
Pratt's Farm
Neolithic/Bronze Age pottery 13: 33-4, 35,46
Iron Age pottery 13: 34, 35, 46; 14: 10
Iron Age 4: 4; 9: 43, 44; 13: 58; 14: 6; 15: 48; 17: 61, 62, 63;
20: 149-50
ceramic loomweights 14: 120, 121
two-post structures 5: 56
Roman farm, The Limes 9: 44
Roman Road (No. 2), Roman pottery 16: 143, 144
Romano-British archaeology 1: 166,214 medieval period
Longs Farm, 14th cent. barn 9: 150 textile trades 20: 56
church 5:211
medieval inventory 1: 111-13
porch restoration 5: 213
Shuttleworth, Wheelers Hill, medieval hall and cross-wing house  12:90
Stonage Farm 11: 84
Thorleys (formerlyThorleys Farmhouse) 16: 120
see  also  SHOPFIELD
WALTHAM, MANOR OF 2: 217, 264; 17: 96; 19: 118, 120,
198-9
WALTHAM HOLY CROSS 4:30,33,91, 92; 19: 197-8
Black Cottage,Aimes Green 9: 105
medieval market 13: 16, 19; 19: 198, 199
Walham, manor of (Domesday placename) 16: 43 Warlies Park, 18th-cent. rotunda 15: 152
see  also AMBRESBURY   BANKS;  SEWARDSTONE
(NORTHFIELD  NURSERIES) WALTHAMSTOW
?Iron Age votive offerings 9: 77


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11th cent. landholding 4: 132
medieval clergy 1: 252
1801 agricultural survey 5: 190, 199
Walthamstow Central17: 164 WALTHAMSTOWTONY (WILCUMESTOU IN
DOMESDAY?) 16: 43 WALTON
old church: altars 2: 35
parish 4: 146, 147
WALTON (WAUTON) FAMILY, Ashdon 1: 187-8
WALTON-LE-SOKEN  2: 309; 4: 146-7 WALTON-ON- THE-NAZE
Neolithic features 16: 130
poss. Late-glacial findspot 10: 233-4, 233
and 19th cent. development 16: 66, 76, 77
WANDLEBURY CAMP 10: 24
WANFRIED-AN-DER-WERRA  (GERMANY), pottery
manufacture 1:45
WANGEY MANOR/WANGEY HOUSE SITE,
DAGENHAM 20: 162 WANSTEAD
Cann Hall (Leintuna Domesday manor) 16: 41,42
Elizabethan manor court, leet jurisdiction  13: 4, 5-6 Merchant Seaman's HospitalS: 210
Wanstead Park, ?Roman villa  17: 164
WANSTEAD FLATS 8: 200
WANSTEAD LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY, Bradwell
Lodge excavations 1: 212
WANSTEAD PARK, Roman finds and features 16: 132; 19:
271;20: 169
WAPPING  (TOWER HAMLETS), LONDON 20: 133 WAR MEMORIALS see MEMORIALS
WARD, GLADYS A., 'Essex Farming in 1801' 5: 185-201
WARD,JENNIFER C., 'The Reformation in Colchester, 1528-1558'15:84-95
WARE, ROGER DE LA (OF GOOD EASTER)  11: 64
WAREHOUSES, poss. Roman, Balkerne Gardens,
Colchester 3: 52
WARENNE, WILLIAM DE, 13th cent. 6: 91; 13: 15
WARLEY, LITTLE, Englands (Geddestuna in Domesday poss.) 16: 44
WARREN FARM, ROMFORD, prehistoric to medieval features 20: 157, 164-5
WARREN, S. HAZZLEDINE, flint collection 10: 206, 249
WARREN, SIR RALPH, and Leyton estate 1: 115 WARS see CIVIL WAR, ENGLISH; FRENCH WARS
WARWICK, St Mary's Church 16: 61 WARWICK, ROBERT RICH, SECOND EARL
and Civil War 2: 68, 75
Col Long affair 2: 210
Essex alarum of 1625 15: 96-105
opposes Charles I 2: 60, 62-3, 65, 143-6
and payment of Ship-money 1: 160-3; 2: 143
Providence Island Company 2: 62, 143, 144
and Puritanism 2: 143; 9: 142
and theWitham affray (1628) 10: 119-25 WARWICKS, LITTLE  (FARMHOUSE), GREAT AND
LITTLE LEIGHS, medieval pottery 13: 39,
40-1
WARWICKSHIRE see MANCETTER-HARTSHILL WASCOYL FAMILY 6: 99, 100
WASKETTS, GREAT, Late Bronze Age axes 17: 141-2,
142
WATER SUPPLY
Iron Age/Roman pottery-making 14: 16




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WATER SUPPLY (cont.)
Roman
Colchester 3: 3
Witham, Ivy Chimneys 16: 137
19th cent. brick, Kelvedon, St Mary's vicarage 9: 85
not precisely dated, Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 40, 49,
50, 51, 53, 79
see also CULVERTS; DRAINS; WATER-PIPES; WATERCOURSES;   WELLS
WATER-MILLS
Anglo-Saxon 8: 292, 292-3(Pl. I)
Tamworth (Staffs) 8: 292; 10: 72 medieval
Knights Templar preceptory, SouthWitham (Lines) 9: 45 Rawreth (poss.) 9: 29, 31,45
WATER-PIPES
Coggeshall, Bridge Street 12: 75-6 earthenware
Chelmsford  8: 278-9,279
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 76,78
WATERCOURSES, Rochford, East Street 16: 12, 13, 15, 20,
21
WATERFRONTS
medieval
(or embankment?) Little Shelford wooden structure, Foulness 9: 101; 10: 245-6; 11: 105; 13: 69-
71, 69, 70
Waltham Abbey, Church Street/Leverton Way, poss. wharf 19: 261-2, 270
post-medieval, Barking 19: 262
Blackwater estuary 19: 265
Clacton-on-Sea pier 16: 65, 67, 73,75
Mistley quay 9: 91
Waltham Abbey monastic grange excavations, dock and wharf 4: 81-8,85,87, 89, 126-7(Pl. Ill)
WATKIN, BRENDA, and Andrews, David, 'A timber­ framed building at Backing (nos. 178-196 Church Street) 19: 215-22
WATTLE AND DAUB
Iron Age, Camulodunum 10: 46
Roman
Braintree
Rayne Road 8: 6
Sandpit Road 17: 93 Chelmsford
Godfrey's Yard 19: 263
mansio 4:6
Colchester 3: 3-4
Balkerne Gardens 3: 51
Lewis's Gardens 1: 9, 17
North Hill3: 45
St Mary's Rectory 3: 65, 67, 68
Telephone Exchange site 3: 7, 12, 13
Heybridge 17: 13,21-2,64
Nazeingbury 10: 43, 107
Pebmarsh 1: 173
Sewardstone, Northfield Nurseries 10: 177, 185 Anglo-Saxon
Barking,AbbeyRoad 17:156
Nazeingbury 10: 65, 69, 74 Saxo-Norman
(poss.) Saffron Walden Battle Ditches 1: 153, 155
Waltham Abbey manorial enclosure 5: 166 medieval
Maldon, High Street, 'Wealden' houses 20: 104


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Rawreth 9: 31
Tollesbury Hall18: 61
16th cent., Backing Church Street 19: 8
17th cent. (prob.), Warwick, Brook Furlong Farm 1: 235
not precisely  dated
Danbury Camp 10: 17-18
Petches, Finchingfield 12: 88
see also DAUB
WATTON'S GREEN see NAVESTOCK
WAYNE,JOHN,  RECTOR, STJAMES, COLCHESTER 15:85-6
WEALD COUNTY PARK, Belvedere Mount 20: 152 WEALD PARK CAMP (SOUTHWEALD  CAMP), Iron
Age hillfort 10: 23, 24, 26
WEALD, SOUTH
brass-rubbing 11: 122
'Lincolns': 15th cent. house 17: 152, 153 'WEALDEN' HOUSES see under ARCHITECTURE
(DOMESTIC, medieval)
WEALDEN SANDSTONE, Raman-British 'small towns' 17:64
WEAPONS see ARTILLERY; DAGGERS; SCABBARDS;
SEAXES; SHIELDS; SPEARHEADS; SWORDS
WEAVERS seeTEXTILE-WORKING (Essex occupations)
WEBB, SIR ASTON 5: 228
WEELEY, 1801 agricultural survey 5: 192, 199 WEEVER,JOHN, and deVere tombs 16:55 WEIGHTS
fired clay
Gun Hill, WestTilbury  5: 87, 88, 89
see    also   LOOMWEIGHTS;THATCHWEIGHTS
WELLA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see BURSTEAD, GREAT (WELL FARM)
WELLS
Bronze Age
Goldhanger, Chigborough Farm 20: 162
Totham, Great, Slough House Farm 20: 163 Bronze Age/early Iron Age
Goldhanger, Rook Hall16: 94-9
Heybridge, Blackwater Sailing Club 19: 245, 246, 248
Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 16: 128 Roman
Braintree
College House 19: 262
Sandpit Road 20: 160
Chelmsford 4: 19, 20
Coggeshall, St Peter's School (poss.) 19: 68
Harlow
Holbrooks 14: 140, 144
River Way 13:52
Heybridge 17: 15, 23,26
Mucking 5: 9, 38
Nazeingbury 10: 34, 39, 41,43-5, 44, 101, 108, 109,
110, 114
Rayne 20: 3, 14-15, 18
Slough House Farm 20: 163
Stanford-le-Hope Bypass 5: 122
Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Hill Farm 11: 36, 37, 39; 16: 135
Anglo-Saxon, Odell (Beds) 14: 83 medieval
Chelmsford, Moulsham Street, timber-framed well-shaft 13:50
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 127, 130, 137, 138,
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WELLS (cont.)
late medieval, Braintree 8: 2 post-medieval
Barking, Waterfront 19: 262
Braintree, Bank Street 8: 82, 99
17th/18th cent., Saffron Walden, Emson Close 9: 91-2
19th cent., St Osyth, Mill Street 9: 91
not precisely  dated
Chelmsford, Orchard Street 10: 241
Colchester Castle 5: 237-9, 238-9(Pl. I)
Faulkbourne, St Germain's well2: 41 Kelvedon 11: 104
Maldon, Beeleigh Road 13: 53; 14: 141, 144
Thaxted, Millend 12: 75
WELLS CATHEDRAL  (SOMERSET), structural
timberwork 18: 62
WELLWICK (WELL WYCK/WELWICK) see ST OSYTH
WELWYN GARDEN CITY (HERTS), 'Belgic' features 14: 23,24
WELWYN- TYPE BURIALS see CEMETERIES (LATE
IRON AGE)
WENDEN LOFTS, St Dunstan's Church 2: 44
WENDENS, and Sir J, Griffin Griffm 11: 97 WENDENSAMBO
laterlronAge features 17: 122, 129
Roman villa 17: 124
WENESWIC/WESUUNIC  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME),
poss. Stow Maries  (Wellinditch Farm)  16: 46
WENHAM, GREAT/LITTLE  (SUFFOLK), medieval
manor and 'Anstey case' 15: 68,78 WENINCHOU (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
FINCHINGFIELD  (HOWE HALL) WENNINGTON
medieval clergy 1: 252
1801 agricultural survey 5: 190, 199
WEOLEY CASTLE, BIRMINGHAM, timber building techniques 10: 72-3
WESTCLIFF-ON-SEA, church dedicated to St Erkenwald 2:36
WESTERFIELD  (SUFFOLK), medieval landholding 2: 113
WESTLAND GREEN CAMP (HERTS) 10: 24 WESTMINSTER  ABBEY, tombs  16:58,61,62 WESTMORLAND, EARL OF see NEVll..L WESTNANETUNA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME),
unidentified 16: 46 WESTON, SIR RICHARD
as chancellor of the Exchequer 10: 120, 121, 123, 125
ofPrested Hall1: 245
WESTON, SIR THOMAS DE, 14th cent. chantry chapel at
Elmstead Market 14: 138 WESTPHALIA (GERMANY), Iron Age coinage 14: 7 WESTUNA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)  16: 43
see also FOXEARTH
WESUUNIC (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
WENESWIC WETHERSFIELD
medieval period
clergy 1: 252
manorS: 211
pottery 15: 142, 143
Tudor period
cloth industry 13: 6
Elizabethan manor court, leet jurisdiction 13: 4, 6-9
Brook Farm 11:87
Danes Vale Farm 11: 88


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The Gables 11:88
Rotten End 15: 142, 143
The Priests' House, chimney stack 20: 98, 101 WHARRAM PERCY (YORKS), early timber church 10: 73
WHATFIELD (SUFFOLK) 20: 143 WHEAT CULTIVATION
14th cent. at Finchingfield 9: 107, 108, 110
18th-19th cent. 5: 185-6, 189-90, 191, 193-4
WHEATHAMPSTEAD (HERTS) 8:123
Belgic 'oppidum' 10: 46; 15: 36, 45
WHEELEY,JOHN 5: 237, 238
WHETCOMBE, PETER, WRITTLE LANDOWNER 1:
211
WHETSTONES
Canvey Island 2: 26, 27
Linford, Mucking 1: 68, 98
Oakley, Little 8: 156
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 114
Waltham, Little, Shopfield 2: 53
WHITE, EDMUND, Rector ofPeldon 7: 62
WHITE, SIR THOMAS, Leyton estate 1: 115 WHITE HART LANE see SPRINGFIELD WHITE NOTLEY see NOTLEY, WHITE WHITEHALL MANOR see DUNTON (LITTLE
BURSTEAD)
WHITWELL FAMILY 9: 113, 114, 115, 121; 11: 90 WICKEN BONHUNT
St Helen's Chapel2: 39
Saxon and medieval settlement 8: 166-7, 168; 10: 54; 12:
83;17: 126;18:95
Saxon pottery 8: 236; 10: 53 undated human bone fmds 10:248
WICKENDEN,  N. P.
'Prehistoric Settlement and the Romano-British 'Small
Town' at Heybridge' 17: 7-68
and Rodwell, W. J,, and Drury, P. ]., 'Finds from the Probable Site of a Roman Villa at Dawes Heath, Thundersley'  13: 66-8, 67
WICKFORD
prehistoric sites 2: 95
Bronze Age flintwork 8: 248, 272
late Bronze Age metalwork  17: 142
late Iron Age features 13: 55
Roman features 2: 95-6
cremation cemetery 17: 63
pottery forms 5: 31,39
road 2:96
Beauchamps Junior School, Roman/Belgic  pottery 2: 159 Memorial Park, late Bronze Age metalwork  19: 242-3
see also BEAUCHAMPS  FARM; DOWNHAM;
RAMSDEN BELLHOUSE
WICKFORD ARCHAEOLOGICAL  SOCIETY 2: 159; 9:
20;16: 105
Canvey 'Red Hills' 2: 15 WICKHAM BISHOPS
prehistoric metalwork hoard 18: 11
Iron Age settlement 8: 162-3, 163
Roman road to Heybridge 11:53
14th cent. documents (Morant MSS) 2: 292-924
St Peter's Church 9: 89; 12: 75, 77
WICKHAM ST PAUL'S, St Paul's Cathedral as medieval
landowner 2: 37
WICKHAM, WEST (CAMBS), 15th cent. church of 2: 295-
6
WICKHAMBROOK (SUFFOLK), medieval manor 8: 210




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WIDDINGTON
barn 9: 150
Priors Hall (formerly Stone Hall), poss. Anglo-Saxon church 20: 158, 169-70, 170
WIDFORD
school playground 9: 106
Widford Road, medieval and post-medieval finds 11: 59,
60, 61; 12: 83
WIGBOROUGH, medieval clergy 1: 252 WIGBOROUGH, LITTLE, New Hall Farm, red hills 20:
172,173
WIGGHEPET (now Rockwells Farm), ARKESDEN 17: 125
WIGINGAMERE, Newport (poss.) 20: 84
WJ]STER  (HOLLAND), posthole building 10:68 WIT..BURTON  (CAMBS)
late Bronze Age metalwork phase Fingringhoe 18: 7, 10, 11
Hatfield Broad Oak 19: 242
WIT..CUMESTOU (DOMESDAY PLACENAME),
Walthamstow Tony (?High Hall) 16: 43 WIT..DERNESS, THE, TAKELEY see STANSTED
AIRPORT
WIT..LELMUS, Rector of Peldon 7: 62
WIT..LIAM FITZ ROBERT 2: 108, 120
WIT..LIAM I, KING (THE CONQUEROR)  1: 190, 191,
195;6:82
and Count Alan Rufus 1: 179
see also DOMESDAY SURVEY WIT..LIAM  Ill,KING
and Mary II,Queen, Colchester Borough Charter 18: 66, 72
coins 4: 125
and 'Wallwood', Leytonstone 1: 119
WIT..LIAM OF MALMESBURY 2: 302, 306 WIT..LIAM OF SPALDWICK, ABBOT OF
COLCHESTER 16: 50, 51
WIT..LIAMS, C. L. SINCLAIR see SINCLAIR WILLIAMS
WIT..LIAMS, FRANCIS, 'Excavations at Pleshey Castle' (book review) 9: 158-9
WILLIAMS, J. D.
'A Pattern of Land Accumulation: The Audley End Experience,  1762-97' 11: 9Q-100
'The Finances of an Eighteenth-century Essex Nobleman' 9: 113-28
'Vertical Friendship: An 18th-century Case Study' 13: 22- 31
WIT..LIAMS, PETER, Parson ofLatchingdon 11:29
WIT..LIAMS, ROBERT, and Wallwood House, Leyton 1: 122 WIT..LIAMSON, TOM, 'The Development of Settlement in
NW Essex' 17: 120-32
WIT..LINGALE, two churches in churchyard 2: 36 WIT..LINGALE  DOE
as medieval fee 1: 183
Plesingho (Domesday placename) 16: 43
Willingehala (poss. Domesday placename) 16: 46 WILLINGALE  SPAIN
as  medieval   fee   1:179,181,182,183,185,188 Spains Hall (Ulingehala in Domesday) 1: 181; 16:43
Willingehala (poss. Domesday placename) 16: 46 WILLINGEHALA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME), poss.
Willingale Doe or Spain 16: 46
WIT..LOW REMAINS, Romano-British, South Ockendon 2: 95
WIT..SON, JOHN ROBERT, Rector of Peldon 7: 68


WITHAM


WIMBISH
11th cent. landholding 4: 132
brass-rubbing 11: 122, 122-3(Fig. 3)
Tiptofts, medieval house 11: 88-9
WINCHESTER  CATHEDRAL 2: 239
WINDMILL MOUND, LITTLE CANFIELD 15: 144, 145,
146
WINDMILLS
Rawreth (poss.) 9: 45
Warren Farm, Romford 20: 164 WINDOW GLASS
Roman
Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 58, 67, 68
Heybridge 17: 15,28
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 18, 19 medieval
Ingrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 56 Latchingdon, St Michael's Church 11: 26 Waltham Abbey
bloomery forge 5: 179
monastic grange 4: 46, 116
monastic site 10: 168; 19: 143, 144
post-medieval
Braintree, Bank Street 8: 72 Old Copped Hall17: 105
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 117
Waltham Abbey monastic site 19: 143, 144 not precisely dated
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 59, 62
lngrave, St Nicholas' Old Church (stained) 9: 53 Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 261-2,261 Wickham Bishops, St Peter's Church 12: 75
see also CAMES, LEAD
WINDSOR, St Edward's Chapel (changed to St George) 2: 40
WINDSOR CASTLE, seizure (1400) 2: 267
WINDSORFAMILY2: 106-7,108-9,111,115-16,117,
118
WINDSOR, OLD (BERKS), Saxon timbers 14: 83 WINE BOTTLES
Braintree, Cressing Road 15: 47,50
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 63
Clacton, Rush Green 8: 179, 180
Old Copped Hall17: 104, 105
see also VESSEL GLASS
WINSLEY, ARTHUR, MAYOR OF COLCHESTER (18TH CENT.) 18: 67
WINTERTON, lighthouses 9: 119; 11: 96 WINTHELLE (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
RAMSDEN CRAYS
WISEMAN,A. E. 5:214-15,220
WISEMAN, SIR THOMAS, OF RIVENHALL 2: 211; 10:
121, 123, 124
WISEMAN, WIT..LIAM, OFWITHAM (SON OF SIR THOMAS)  10: 124
WISSINGTON (SUFFOLK), Roman tile kiln 14: 17, 44, 73
WITCHCRAFT, Waltham, Great (book review) 20: 184-5 WITELBROC  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME), unidentified
16:46
WITESWORDA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
MOUNT BURES (WITHERS FARM) WITHAM
prehistoric (general), flint 16: 82, 87
medieval period
11th cent. landholding 4: 129, 132





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WITHAM, medieval period (cont.)
12th/13th cent. textile occupations 20: 41, 43, 49, 57, 58 14th cent. documents in Morant MSS 2: 292-4
14th cent. fulling mill20: 49
Blunt's Hall, earthwork 1: 36, 37-40, 38-9; 7: 57
Hundred of S: 130; 20: 41
manors 4: 129; 6: 82, 83
Benton Hall/Bennington Hall ('Bredingho') and 'Anstey case' 15: 68, 76
royal manor, Terling 1: 190, 195
17th cent.
1628 gentry factions and affray 10: 118-26
English Civil War 2: 68
token hoard of George Robinson 20: 133-42, 138
Deal Cullen Seed Works 13: 55 High Street see Newland Street Ivy Chimneys
Iron Age features 12: 49; 13: 55-7,56
Iron Age/Romano-British religious complex 16: 137
Roman pottery kiln 11: 51
Roman temple (poss.) 11: 109-10; 12: 49; 13: 57, 58 Newland Street
Highway Cottage 12: 92
No. 7 (now Red Lion Inn) 20: 135, 136, 138
Nos  102-11817: 151,164
properties of George Robinson (token issuer) 20: 135-9,
135
Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley 11: 89
see also CHIPPING HILL; COLEMAN'S
FARM/APPLEFORD  FARM; CRESSING WITHAMCAMP
Iron Age ceramic loomweights 14: 120, 121
Iron Age hillfort(?) 14: 6
WITHAM (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see PURLEIGH (WHITMANS,  GREAT)
WITHAM LODGE, Iron Age earthwork 15: 51 WITHAM, SOUTH (LINCS)
Knights Templar preceptory, water mill 9: 45
medieval Knights Templar farm 4: 92 WITHERS FARM see MOUNT BURES
WITNESHAM  (SUFFOLK), medieval manor 2: 113 WITTAL'S FIELD see ABRIDGE
WITTENHAM, LONG (BERKS)
Iron Age pottery 1: 85
Iron Age/Roman enclosure 9: 45 WIVENHOE
Iron Age ceramic loomweights 14: 120, 121
Keelar's Farm, enclosure (undated) 12: 58, 59; 15: 128
medieval manor 19: 161
WIX
Benedictine Priory 1: 106, 107,242, 243
and Hastings family 2: 3-5, 8, 9-13, 102, 103, 104, 108,
116, 119, 120
Church of St Mary 1: 105, 106, 108; 2: 11
Hempstall's Farm 20: 48
medieval clergy 1:252
medieval manor and and Hastings family 2: 1, 7-13, 101,
112, 115
WIX ABBEY (formerly Wix Hall), medieval stone coffin 1: 105-10,107-     263-4
WIXOE, Roman road to Radwinter 11: 53 WOCHENDUNA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
OCKENDON, NORTH
WOLSEY, CARDINAL THOMAS, suppression of the monasteries 1: 106


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WOOD
from 'Wallwood' forest, Leyton (17th cent.) 1: 118, 119 as fuel
Romano-British pottery kilns 14: 16
Mucking 5: 15, 17
Elizabethan shortages for poor 13: 6, 7, 8
see also CHARCOAL; OAK; OAK REMAINS; TIMBER; WOOD   REMAINS
WOOD, E. A., 'Three Georgian Houses' 2: 123-36
WOOD REMAINS
prehistoric (general), Sewardstone dug-out boat 10: 176 Neolithic, Braintree, Skitt's HillS: 110
Bronze Age, Totham, Great, Lofts Farm, vessel13: 53, 58 Iron Age?, figurines 9: 77
Roman
Braintree
College House 19: 262
Rayne RoadS: 10, 11, 14, 125
Coggeshall19: 86 Colchester
Balkerne Gardens 3: 52,53
Gosbecks Theatre 3: 95
St Mary's Rectory 3: 65
Telephone Exchange site 3: 9
Temple precinct, S side 3: 121-2
Eastwood, Marshall's Farm 12: 42; 14: 138
Ockendon, South 2: 95
Pebmarsh, carbonised 1: 171, 173
Wickford 2: 332 Anglo-Saxon period
Broomfield Plantation Quarry 17: 76, 78
London, Thdor Street 14: 83
Mersea Island causeway see under timber, structural medieval
Blackwater river, nr Coggeshall9: 71
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 179-80
post-medieval, Barking, Waterfront 19: 262
wooden objects see BOATS; BUCKETS; COFFINS; FIGURINES;  KNIFE HANDLES; PLOUGH REMAINS; VESSELS
not precisely  dated
Braintree
Hatches Farm S: 104 Skitt's HillS: 110-11
Goldhanger, Rook Hall16: 93, 96, 97, 99
Heybridge, Blackwater Sailing Club 19: 247,249
Latchingdon, wooden platform 16: 130
Nazeingbury, waterlogged 10: 114
Southchurch Hall12: 47; 16: 133; 1S: 37 Tilbury, East, Ferris Aggregates PitS: 153, 155 Tolleshunt d'Arcy, Hill Farm gravel pit 11: 36 Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 13: 53
Walden, Little, Cloptons 20: 152 Writtle, All Saints' Church S: 169, 173
see  also ARCHITECTURE   (TIMBER  FRAMING);
TIMBER, STRUCTURAL
WOOD-WORKING, medieval20: 37 WOODBRIDGE (SUFFOLK)
brass-rubbing  11: 122, 122-3(Fig. 4)
tidal basin al;ld boat access 4: 88
WOODBURY, LITTLE (WILTS), Iron Age farm 10: 45,47
WOODFORD, 1801 agricultural survey 5: 190, 199 WOODHAM  FERRERS
11th cent. landholding 4: 132
Quilters Farm building survey 12: 92-3




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Index for volumes 1-20


WOODHAM FERRERS (cont.)
Studly Wood (Estoleia/Estolleia (Domesday placename)) 16:42
WOODHAM FERRERS, SOUTH
Edwins Hall, moated enclosure 12: 76
Fenn Creek, late Bronze Age salt-evaporation hearth site 16: 130
Hambert's Farm, late medieval pottery kiln 11: 67-8, 68-9;
12:83
new town development 19: 232
WOODHAM MORTIMER, post-medieval pottery 14: 129 WOODHAM WALTER
Iron Age ceramic loomweights  14: 120, 121
Iron Age/Roman enclosures 9: 106; 20: 172, 174
Excavations of a Cropmark Enclosure (book review)  19: 279
medieval manor of 20: 129
post-medieval period 20: 122
farm holdings 20: 129, 130-1
Warren Golf Course, Roman pottery 17: 143-4, 143
mise. finds 8: 241,243, 261,266, 272
see also ASHMANS (POST-MEDIEVAL HOUSE); CURLINGTYE   GREEN
WOODHAM WALTER HALL 20: 170
WOODLAND AND FOREST
prehistoric, NW Essex 17: 123
Iron Age/Roman, fuel for pottery-making 14: 16 Saxon/medieval
NW Essex 17: 125-6, 127, 128
Tolleshunts 1: 242, 243 medieval
Gosfield
Bovingdon Wood 8: 177
Park Hall Wood 8: 177
Purleigh 17: 112
medieval/post-medieval,  Saffron Walden, Grimsditch Wood 20: 165
post-medieval, Horndon, West, Old Thorndon HallS: 182 Epping Forest, Ambresbury Banks 10: 189, 190
NW Essex clearance 17: 123, 125, 128
'Wallwood', Leytonstone 1: 114, 118
see also EPPING FOREST; PARKLAND WOODSTOCK  see THOMAS  OFWOODSTOCK WOOL TRADE
medieval 9: 110
12th/13th cent. Essex 20: 34, 37, 38-9,46-7,48, 58
Coggeshall19: 87, 88; 20: 38,43
see   also TEXTILE-WORKING
WOOLWICH STEAM PACKET CO., and Clacton-on-Sea 16:66-7,68,69,70,77
WORCESTER  CATHEDRAL 2: 239
WORLINGTON OLD HALL, WORLINGTON
(SUFFOLK), chimney stack 20: 99
WORMINGFORD
Roman pottery 14: 49
Churchyard, cruciform flint object 11: 74-5, 74
medieval clergy 1: 252
medieval landholding 2: 116, 117
WORMINGFORD MERE, prehistoric flintwork 14: 114,
115, 130
WORTHING (SUSSEX), metalwork hoard 18: 11
WORTHINGTON, SIR WILLIAM 17: 115
WRABNESS, medieval clergy 1:252


YOXALL (STAFFS)


WRAY,J. A. H. (BUILDER) 5: 205
WRIGHT, JAMES, Waltham Abbey Volunteer Infantry 15: 113
WRIGHT, WILLIAM, poss. first Protestant minister, Colchester 15: 89, 90
WRINGEHALA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME),
unidentified 16: 46
WRIOTHESLEY, THOMAS (LORD CHANCELLOR) 1: 115
WRITTLE
Roman brooch 19: 252, 253
medieval period 7: 57, 58; 20: 43
ceramic bottle find 16: 118
cloth trades 20: 54, 58, 59
market 13: 16, 19
Royal manor of 12: 21; 13: 1, 3
medieval/post-medieval  bricks 4: 113
All Saints' Church 8: 169-73, 170-1, 172; 12: 83
chancel screen 5: 223
brass-rubbing 11: 122
Cornell's Garage, medieval pottery 14: 125, 128, 130
John Lloyd, Vicar of (d 1603) 1: 210-11 King John's Palace 1:41
Sturgeon's Farm, mise. finds 8: 244
WYATT, JOHN, Rector of Peldon 7: 65 WYKEHAM  CHANCELLOR  (ARCHITECT)  see
CHANCELLOR, WYKEHAM
WYMER,JOHN, 'The Palaeolithic Sites of East Anglia' 17: 180-1
WYSEMAN, WILLIAM, Colchester shearman 15:91 WYTHAM (BERKS, NOW OXON) 20: 133

X-RADIOGRAPH ANALYSIS, Prittlewell Anglo-Saxon grave-goods 19: 94, 97, 101, 105, 110, 115

YARMOUTH, GREAT  (NORFOLK)
medieval pottery 8: 186, 192
Ransome's iron foundry 14: 105, 106, 107
YEHIEL FAMILY, JEWS OF COLCHESTER 16: 48, 49, 50 YELDHAM, GREAT
church survey sketch 5: 211
Domesday survey 1: 179
Geldham (poss. placename)  16: 44-5
High  Street  (1-2), medieval/post-medieval   structures  20:
163
medieval manors 8: 210
Grapnels 8:210
Oldhall8: 210
Spaynes Hall (Gerham in Domesday prob.) 1: 181, 184;
16:42
Old Rectory, late medieval burials 20: 150
YELDHAM, LITTLE, StJohn the Baptist Church 13:42,46 YEOMEN
medieval 'Wealden' houses 20: 103, 108
17th cent. housing 1: 232 YORK
and John Ball's identity 8: 287, 288
and Saint Helen 2: 39
YOUNG, ARTHUR, General View of the Agriculture  of the County of Essex  5: 187-8, 189, 190, 192, 193;
14: 104, 105
YOUNG FAMILY, Purleigh 17: 115
YOXALL (STAFFS), 17th-cent. tokens 20: 133



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