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Saturday, 2 January 2016

Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 21-30. Index (Sun -Wak )


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.

sunken-featured buildings (grubenhiiuser) (cont.)
Mucking 21: 125; 29: 48, 57
Orsett, Barrington's Farm 26: 38
Orsett 'Cock' 30: 274,275
Southend, Fox Hall (poss.) 25: 19; 26: 27-8, 31, 34, 38
Stow,West (Suffolk) 29: 57
Witham, Maltings Lane 28: 214
surgical instruments, late Iron Age/Roman, Stanway, Stanway Hall Farm 28: 221
Surrey, earls of see Warenne
Surridge, J. & S., Coggeshall auctioneers and surveyors 25: 224
Sussex, earls of see Radcliffe (Ratcliffe) family Sutherland, Graham 27:  190
Sutton
All Saints' Church 24: 192
WW2 anti-aircraft site 30: 20 7
Sutton, Sir John de, and Lionel de Bradenham 22: 68, 72, 73-4
Sutton, Sir Richard de (brother of Sir John) 22: 68, 73
Swallows Cross, Rayplace Farm, late Bronze Age hammer
28: 277-81, 278, 279
Swayn, John, Colchester bailiff (16th cent.) 21: 103 Swincy, John, oil mill, Tottenham Mills 23: 59-60 swords
Bronze Age
general, Sturmer barrow  (Haverhill bypass) 29: 296 Carp's Tongue  phase
Baddow, Little 28: 182
Fingringhoe 22: 4, 5-7
Vange 29: 9, 12
Ewart Park type 22: 5
Harlow, Old, Gilden Way (poss.) 21: 119
Springfield Lyons 25: 10; 30: 19
Vange 29: 7, 9-12, 9
Wilburton type, Ugley 28: 275 iron
Anglo-Saxon
Braxted, Little 23: 126, 128, 130, 131
Chesterford area 29: 270,272,273
see also chapes; scabbards Symmonds,  Richard  30:  188

Tabor family
Bovingdon Hall, Backing 24: 114, 117; 27: 227
estate 26: 143
Tacitus, Annals 21: 143
tailors, and army uniforms 27: 226, 228, 229 Takeley
late Iron Age/Roman pottery 21: 137
Roman, stone object (poss. scabbard) 22: 139-40, 140
Holy Trinity Church 27: 301
Roman features near 23: 99
Railway Station 28: 199,305-11,306-7
ring ditch 21: 123
Vicarage 26: 216
Tasciovanus, coins 29: 206
Tatham, T. J., surveyor 25: 220, 223
Taunton Bronze Age phase of metalwork 22: 3; 28: 272,
273
Taverner family, and Newland Hall25: 160, 171 taxation
and Edward I's Scottish wars 24: 122 medieval assessments 29: 117-18


tessellated surfaces


Taylor, Capt. John, Harwich port  Commissioner  (17th cent.) 25: 175, 176
Taylor, Capt. Silas, of Harwich (1624-78) 25: 174-84
and the Dutch wars 25: 175-80; 26: 194
on history of Harwich 25: 181-2; 26: 192-5, 193
as intelligence-gatherer 25: 175-81, 182; 26: 194
King Edgar's charter 25: 176-7
last years in Harwich 25: 180-2
press-gang work 25: 178
as sequestrator of Royalist estates 25: 174
The History of Gavelkind 25: 175; 26: 192
Taylor, Edmund, Witham nonconformist parson 27: 286 Taylor, Sylvanus (father ofSilas) 25: 174
Taylor, Sylvanus ('Sill'), Silas' younger brother 25: 177 Tayspill see Gilbert and Tayspill
tea
dealers in,Yeldham, Great 26: 174, 188
drinking 28: 304
Temple, Earl see Grenville, Richard
Temple Mills, Leyton, industrial history 22: 115-21, 116;
23:61
temples
Bentley, poss. Druid site 24: 188-9
Roman, Wanborough (Surrey), Green Lane 24: 20; 26:
265,266,267
Romano-Celtic
Chesterford, Great 21: 125 Colchester
Balkeme Lane 23: 37
Gosbecks 21: 125; 26: 261, 262; 28: 205,220-1,
227
Heybridge, Elms Farm 26: 250
Langford 25: 236, 237
see also Chelmsford  (Roman period); Colchester  (Roman
period)
Tempsford (Beds), and the Vikings 27: 97 Tendring
Essex Mapping Project 28: 190; 29: 187
Hill Farm, prehistoric to Roman features 29: 203; 30: 221
medieval hundred of 29: 115, 118, 119
Methodism in 28: 317
St Edmund's Church 27: 301-2
Tendring Hall, mansion of the Howard family 25: 154 Tendring, SirWilliam de, and Lionel de Bradenham 22:
69,73
Ter, River, at Leez Priory 25: 116; 26: 234 TerHng
Church, Rochester family brasses 27: 302-3 French wars
poor relief in 27: 234
women's farm work in 27: 228
poss. post-medieval  windmill enclosure 25: 236,237
Terling Hall Farm, cartlodge 29: 242-5, 242, 243
Tudor House, Church Green 28: 240,241
Terry, Quinlan (architect) 28:318 tessellated surfaces
Roman
Alresford Lodge 29: 246
Chadwell St Mary, County Primary School 29: 48
Colchester
Balkeme Passage/Gate, Mercury Theatre 28: 209; 29:
197
East Stockwell Street 23: 30
Osbome Street 21: 129; 25: 47,48
Red Lion 25: 155





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tesserae
Alphamstone 23:91
Brightlingsea, Moverons Farm 27: 317
Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm 27: 32 Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 100, 102 Colchester
Balkerne Passage, Mercury Theatre 28: 209
East Stockwell Street 23: 33
Earls Colne, Nightingale Hall Farm (poss.) 30: 196 Henham, Reservoir 21: 144
Teulon, Samuel Sanders (architect) 28: 263
textile-working
late Bronze Age loomweights 23: 117-19 late Bronze Age/early Iron Age
loomweights 26: 71 Southend, Fox Hall26: 37-8
Roman, and woollen trade 26: 76-7; 28:86 medieval
Colchester 24: 131
Saffron Walden 29: 134
Sible Hedingham 29: 120
Stebbingford 27: 174
Sturmer 29: 120
Waltham Abbey, bone implement find 27: 249 post-medieval
14th-16th cent., Essex (book review) 23: 166 16th cent. Colchester 21: 154; 30: 277
17th cent.
dyeing industry, Stratford 22: 118-19
linen starching/washing, Temple Mills, Stratford 22:
117
silk manufacturing, Temple Mills, Stratford 22: 119 18th cent.
Spitalfields, weavers in 29: 253
Walthamstow, St Mary's Church, coffm coverings 28: 262
18th/19th cent., French wars 27: 226, 227, 228-9, 232,
235
in Hocking 30: 236
Lille (France) 21: 154
Springfield, imported French seal21: 154
see also combs; silk industry; tailors; woollen industry; worsted  industry
Tey, see also Marks Tey
Tey, Great
ploughed out barrow (poss.) 23: 95, 96 poor relief during French wars 27: 233 East Gores, 'Dutch' cottage 22: 124
High Street, Cob Cottage, wheelwright's shop 29: 185 St Barnabas Church 22: 141; 30: 251-2
Teybrook Farm 30: 225
ring ditch 29: 206; 30: 220
Roman road 22: 154; 28: 220; 29: 205; 30: 220
Trumpingtons Farm, Bronze Age Collared Urn 22: 8-9, 9
Warren's Farm
geophysical survey 28: 227; 29: 213
poss. Roman villa site 28: 227; 29: 213
Roman road 28: 220
Tey,Little
Church of St James the Less 29: 97
medieval wall paintings 29: 136-44 (inc. illustr.) Teye, Dame Margaret, Colchester will (1519) 22: 97 Teye, Robert de, 14th cent. Essex manors of 22: 68, 73
Teye, William, Colchester town clerk (16th cent.) 24: 129
Thames, River, stone shafthole adzes 21: 141


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Thames Estuary
middle Iron Age pottery 22: 165, 166
WW2 GHQ Line 27: 274
see also Vange
Thames Water sewer pipe, Two Brewers, Ongar to Stanford Rivers Sewage Works 23: 131-7,
132-6
Thaxted
Iron Age & Roman enclosures 22: 145,146
Roman period
brooch 23: 123, 125, 126
lamp 23: 123-6, 124, 125
pebble head 23: 125 medieval period
manor 27: 331; 29: 118
parkland 29: 118-19
settlement 29: 117
spindle whorl23: 123, 125, 126
medieval/post-medieval, cutlery industry 27: 335, 336; 29:
286-93 (inc. illustr.)
20th cent. wartime Q site mock airfield 23: 125 Church of St}ohn the Baptist 21: 137
early Roman cremation burial23: 124-5 Goddards Farm
'ArmitageYard and Barne' 24:201
mise. prehistoric to medieval features 24: 20 1 HorhamHall
crown post roof 25: 130
moated site 30: 193
Star,The, public house 24: 121 Town Street
No. 23 (rear)
medieval features 27: 329-32, 331-6, 334
post-medieval features 24: 207
Malthouse 27: 329,331,335-6
No. 34 (rear), late medieval cutlery industry 29: 286-93 (inc. illustr.)
Weaverhead Lane
medieval and post-medieval cutlery industry 29: 286-93
passim
post-medieval features 25: 252
see also Claypits Farm
Theobald IV, Count ofBlois 26: 163; 28: 142, 144
Thetford (Norfolk)
The Ancient House, cambered timbered ceiling 25: 141 Saxon town defences 23: 22
Theydon Bois, 19th cent. tithe map 25: 223
Theydon Garnon, cropmarks 30: 202
Thirlby, Thomas, Bishop ofEly (d 1559) 25: 155, 156
Thoby priory, Mountnessing 24: 157 Thomas, H., ass. to F. Chancellor 26: 206 Thomas of Canterbury, Saint 24: 157
Thomas ofMaldon (d 1404) 30:44, 138
Thomas ofWoodstock see Buckingham, Thomas, Earl of
Thompson, John, Baptist Chapel deacon, Waltham Abbey 24:73
Thompson, Roger, Mobility and Migration- East Anglian
founders  of New England, 1629-1640 (book review) 26: 29Q-1
Thorn, Henry, Colchester silversmith and landowner 27: 24Q-1,243-4
Thorndon Country Park see Brentwood
Thorne, Margaret, Colchester will of 22: 90
Thorne, Thomas, brewer, 17th cent.Waltham Abbey 24: 71
Thornwood, moated site 30: 202





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Index for Volumes 21-30


Thorogood, John, Chelmsford religious dissenter 26: 292
Thorpe Hall, Southchurch 21:49
Thorpe Hall, Thorpe-le-Soken, Walton-on-the-Naze
27:207
Thorpe-le-Soken
Church font 29: 66
Landemere (Landermere) 27:209
New Decoy Pond, duck decoy pond 28: 193; 29: 186
Peter's Point, duck decoy pond 28: 193; 29: 186
see also Sokens, The (Adulfesness  (Aeldulvesnasa))
Thorrington, Elmstead Market to Clacton water main, metalworking evidence 23: 93
Thundersley
Mesolithic flints 23: 4
Pound Wood, Rayleigh Hills 27: 322-4, 322
earthworks 27: 323, 324
Thurrock
early planned landscapes 22:49, 51, 52, 53-5, 57, 58 Grey Goose Farm, cropmark complex 26: 227,234 Stone Ness, WW2 pillbox 26: 256,257
see also Grays Thurrock
Thurrock, West
Power Station 28: 199
see also Purfleet
Thurstable, medieval hundred 29: 118, 119
Thurstan, 11th cent. will of 25: 245
Thurston, Alderman Richard, Colchester will (1581) 22:
97
tide mills 30: 273
St Osyth 30: 273
Tllbury A Power Station 28: 199
Tilbury, East
Bowater's Farm, Buckland, AA battery 26: 255-6 Coalhouse Fort 21: 127, 131; 23: 105
East Lee Chapel21: 52
St Catharine's Church 23: 105
Tllbury, West
Church Street,WW2 Spigot Mortar Pit 26: 256 Gun Hill27: 11; 28: 90; 29: 48, 57
landscape evolution 22: 49
St James Church, WW2 Spigot Mortar Pit 26: 256 Tilbury Fort 21: 138;22: 160; 23: 109-10
Tilbury Riverside 21: 138 West Lee Chapel21: 52 WestTilbury Hall27: 272
Tllbury-juxta-Clare
enclosure 27: 252
Tilbury Hall, early medieval hall with cross-wings 24: 119,
120, 121
Tllbury Docks, WW2 Mulberry harbour caissons and PLUTO 26: 256
Tllbury Fire Station site (proposed) see Orsett
tiles
flat (bonding), Roman, Billericay, School21: 22, 42, 43
floor
medieval
Bardfield, Great, St Mary's Church 25: 269,270
Bardfield Saling, Church of St Peter and St Paul 25: 230,231;26:225-6;30:60
Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Holy Trinity Church 29: 65-6,85,99,103,110-13,111
Colchester, Magdalen Street 29: 209
Fordham, Church of All Saints 29: 254
Maldon, Carmelite Friary 30: 60, 91-2, 91
Pitsea, St Michael's Church 28: 216


tiles


Sampford, Great, St Michael's Church 24: 189, 190
Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 25: 251; 28: 117,125-     127-9,130,131
Waltham Abbey, Sun Street 26: 118 medieval/post -medieval
Colchester, Osborne Street, Flemish 25: 58-9
CressingTemple, Granary 25: 104
llford, Beehive Lane, Beehive public house, Flemish 26:244
Sampford, Great, St Michael's Church, Flemish (poss.)  25:  271,276,277,278
post-medieval (pammets), Saffron Walden, Nos 33-35 High Street 29: 133
flue  (box-flue/tubuli) Roman
Billericay, School21: 42, 43
Boreham, Hull's Lodge Farm 24: 6, 11, 12, 19 Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Holy Trinity Church 29:
74
Braintree, George Yard 24: 50, 51,52
Brightlingsea
Moverons Farm 27:317,319
Springmead, Ladysmith Avenue 26: 242 Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm 27: 34 Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 82, 99, 100, 102 Colchester
Ashley Gardens 30: 223
East Stockwell Street 23: 33
Kirkee McMunn barracks 29: 266
Long Wyre Street 23: 120-2, 121
Turner Rise 30: 224
Felsted, Sugar Beet Factory 27: 264
Harlow, Old, Market Street 22: 107
Harwich 21: 89
Heybridge, Langford Road 28: 38
Maldon, Southern Relief Road 21: 134 Roxwell quarry, Chignall23: 48
Sampford, Great, Shillingstone Field 29: 33, 36, 46,
47
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 94
Witham, Ivy Chimneys 24: 11
mise. (fireplace surround), Rayleigh, Dutch Cottage, Delft­ ware 22: 122, 125, 127, 130
peg-tiles
medieval/post -medieval Bicknacre Priory 29: 218,220 Colchester
Angel Yard 27: 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 51, 56, 59
Kirkee McMunn barracks 29: 268
Osborne Street 25: 49, 50, 52, 53
Maldon, Carmelite Friary 30: 61
Rochford, Market Place 24: 80
Saffron Walden, Nos 33-35 High Street 29: 133 Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 25: 251; 28:
11 120,122,128,129
Thaxted, Town Street (No. 23) 27: 335 Waltham Abbey
Cornmill stream 23: 146
Sun Street 26: 118
Wethersfield, Great Codham Hall 30: 248 Yeldham, Great, Old Post Office Cottages 26: 180,
189
post-medieval, Harwich, Bathside Battery 25: 213-14
not precisely  dated
Colchester, East Stockwell Street 23: 32





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tiles, peg-tiles, not precisely dated (cont.)
Horndon-on-the-Hill, High Road, Mayfield Cottage
25:231
Manningtree, 47 High Street 23: 111 roof
Roman
Ashdon, Money Field 23: 91
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Quarry 22: 151, 152; 24: 1, 3,
6, 9-13, 10, 12, 18
Colchester
Kirkee McMunn barracks 29: 262
Osborne Street 25: 58
Sampford, Great, Shillingstone Field 29: 33, 36, 46,
47
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 106, 107
Woodham Waiter 30: 186
imbrices
Billericay, School21: 22, 42, 43
Boreham,  Bull's Lodge Farm  24:  10-11,10 Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall,   Holy Trinity Church
29:74
Braintree, George Yard 24: 50, 52
Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 99, 100
Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 81
Hatfield Peverel, Sandford Quarry 27: 15
Heybridge, Langford Road 28: 38 Roxwell quarry, Chignall23: 48
tegulae
Billericay, School21: 22, 42, 43
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 10, 11, 16 Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Holy Trinity Church
29:74
Braintree
George Yard 24: 50, 51, 52
Marlborough Road 30: 196
Brightlingsea, Moverons Farm 27: 317 Castle Hedingham
Crouch Green 23: 92 Maiden Ley Farm 27:31,32
Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 99, 100, 102
Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 37, 81
Felsted, Church of the Holy Cross 29: 253 Fordham, Fossett's Lane 30: 224
Hatfield Peverel, Sandford Quarry 27: 15
Heybridge, Langford Road 28: 38 Roxwell quarry, Chignall23: 48
Sampford, Great, Shillingstone Field 29: 46
Stanway, Church Lane 24: 218
Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 28: 129 Weald, South, St Peter's Church 28: 263 Woodham Waiter 30: 187
medieval
Harwich, ridge 21: 89 Maldon
Carmelite Friary 30: 92
High Street, Moot Hall (to north) 28: 138-9 SaffronWalden, Church Street (No. 31) 29:202 Waltham Abbey
Cornmill stream, nibbed 23: 146
Sun Street 26: 117, 118
Woodham Waiter 30: 186
medieval/post-medieval, Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 81,83
post-medieval, ridge, Colchester, East Stockwell Street
23:33


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not precisely dated, tile wall, Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 80
tegulae mammatae 23: 121
general and unspecified
Roman
Asheldham, St Lawrence's Church 21: 148
Boreham, Bull's Lodge 25: 19,21
Bradwell-on-Sea, Othona Community site 25: 68-9 Brightlingsea, Springmead, Ladysmith Avenue 26:
242
Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm 27: 22 Colchester
Angel Yard 27:81
Bourne Watermill 25: 248
East Stockwell Street 23: 31
Kirkee McMunn barracks 29: 262
Turner Rise 30: 224
Colchester Zoo (Stanway) 28: 222
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 25: 19; 28: 50, 88
Grays Thurrock, William Edwards School 29: 19, 30
Harlow, Old, Market Street 22: 101, 107
Heybridge, Holloway Road 25: 242
Maylandsea 25:227
Roxwell quarry, Chignall23: 42 Southend, Fox Hall 26: 36
Stanway, Abbotstone Phase 1 29: 203
Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 28: 120 Stebbingford 27: 156
Waltham Abbey, Sun Street 26: 115
Writtle, Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 8, 10, 11
post-Roman, Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 81-2
medieval, Stebbingford 27: 156
see also kilns, tile; tesserae
Tillam, Thomas (Baptist) 25: 178 Tillingham
duck decoy ponds 29: 186
Round Barn 28: 193
Marshhouse, duck decoy pond 28: 193
medieval manor 27:93
poor relief in French wars 27: 234 tithe mapping 25: 224
Tillingham Hall, cottages (for Dean and Chapter of St
Paul's) 26: 208 Tilty
spigot mortar base 27: 275
WW2 defences 27: 274
Tilty Abbey 23: 152-7, 153-7; 29: 103; 30: 148, 151, 152
aerial reconnaissance 21: 123; 23: 153, 156, 157; 28: 188,
189
rlEnber,s ctural
Anglo-Saxon
Blackwater estuary 29: 274-82  (inc. illustr.)
Collins Creek 24: 193, 196, 209; 29: 275-6, 275, 281
Stour estuary, Holbrook Bay 29: 280 medieval
Asheldham, St Lawrence's Church 21: 149
Belchamp St Paul, Turners 28: 228, 229, 231 Benfleet, North, Church of All Saints belfry 27: 296 Blackmore, St Lawrence's Church 29: 285, 286 Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Holy Trinity Church 29:
285
Brentwood, High Street, Nos 60, 62,64 24: 119, 120-1 Horndon-on-the- Hill
Oxley House 29: 238, 239, 240
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timber, structural, medieval (cont.)
Maldon
All Saints' Church, spire 24: 136-48 (inc. illustr.); 29:
286,287
High Street, King' Head 27: 216
Nayland (Suffolk),Alston Court 24: 118,119, 120
Pitsea, Great Chalvedon Hall24: 119, 121
Roxwell quarry structure 23: 42
Sandon, StAndrew's Church, doorway 25:281-4,
282-3
Shalfo+rd, Redfants Manor 24: 119, 121
Stebbingford 27: 116
Stock, Church of All Saints 29: 285,286,287
Tilbury Juxta Clare, Tilbury Hall 24: 119, 120, 121
Wakes Colne, Normans Farm 24: 119, 120, 121
Waltham Abbey, Longpool 30: 221-2
Weald, South, St Peter's Church 28: 265-6, 265
Wethersfield, Great Codham Hall 30: 248
White Notley, church spire 29: 286,287
Wimbish, Tiptofts 24: 118-20, 119, 121 Writtle, King John's Hunting Lodge 24: 226
medieval/post -medieval Littley Park
Crowgate Cottage 25: 127-8, 128-9
Littleypark farmhouse 25: 129-31 Waltham Abbey, Longpool29: 207 Weald, South, St Peter's Church 28: 265
Witham, Chipping Hill Nos 26-28 27: 286
post-medieval (general)
Hocking, Bradford Street Mill30: 233-7,234-5 Colchester, St Peters House, St Peters Street 30: 213 Leez Priory, barns 25: 125, 128
15th/16th cent.
Colchester, The Red Lion Hotel25: 134-59 (inc. illustr.)
Roxwell, Newland Hall, lodging range 25: 160-73 (inc. illustr.)
16th/17th cent.
Boxted, Boxted Cross Public House 22: 144-5 Canewdon, Gardners Farm 23: 112
Cressing, Hungry Hall28: 162-3
17th cent., CressingTemple, Granary 25: 79, 81, 82, 85,
86, 87,89-92, 91, 102-3, 104
17th/18th cent., Cressing, New House Farm 28: 156, 158-9 18th cent.
Rayleigh, 'Dutch' cottage 22: 127
Terling Hall Farm, cartlodge 29: 242, 243, 244-5
18th/19th cent., Coggeshall, West Street 23: 159, 160, 161 19th cent.
Black Notley, SS Peter and Paul Church 30: 250 Takeley Railway Station 28: 307, 308, 309
Wickham Bishops, timber trestle railway viaduct 28: 186
not precisely  dated
Barking, West Bank/Highbridge Road, Formula 1 Hotel 27:263
Blackwater estuary 24: 193-4; 26: 228,229
Chipping Ongar, church spire 29: 286, 287
Colchester, Bourne Watermill25: 248
Horndon-on-the-Hill, High Road, Mayfield Cottage 25: 231
Maldon, High Street (Post Office) 23: 149, 150, 151
Navestock, church spire 29: 286,287
Upminster, church spire 29: 286,287
see also dendrochronology; oak timberwork; wood remains;
woodworking and carpentry


tombs/tombstones


timber-framing see under architecture Tindal, Nicholas (historian) 24: 157 Tiptofts, Seward's End
medieval features carpentry 25: 150
hall with cross-wings 24: 118-20,119,121
moated farmhouse and manor 27: 270; 28: 206, 223 Tiptree, early Bronze Age axe find 28: 273
Tiptree Heath, GtTotham/Gt  Braxted French wars 27: 233
landscape history 22: 58; 26: 138, 139, 140, 143-4
Tite, William  (architect) 30: 252
tithe commutation maps 25: 219-25 tithe maps
general29: 297
Chipping Ongar 1841 30: 176
Coggeshall, Houchins Farm, 1841 28: 292 Cressing
1840 26: 133, 136, 138; 28: 152, 157
1842 28: 151
Epping 30: 264
Foulness Island 30: 230
Sturmer 29: 296 tokens
16th cent., unspecified, Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm27:  27
16th/17th cent.
Hans Krauwinckel27: 52
Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 86
17th cent., French, Louis XIII, Colchester, Osborne Street 25:57
19th cent., Great Exhibition (1851),Waltham Abbey
Gardens 22: 160
not precisely  dated
Chelmsford and Essex Museum 24: 221,222
Nuremburg, Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 74, 83, 84,
86, 123
see also trade tokens
toll houses, poss., 'Dutch' cottage, Rayleigh 22: 130
Tollesbury
Bourchier's Hall26: 145, 148, 154; 28: 231
Left Decoy Pond, duck decoy pond 28: 193
Old Hall Marshes
duck decoy pond 28: 192, 193
mise. pottery fmds 27: 249
Pennyhole Fleet, duck decoy pond 27: 250,251
Rolls Farm
duck decoy pond 28: 193
Neolithic Old Land Surface (OLS) 30: 200 Thistly Road, duck decoy pond 28: 193 Tollesbury Creek, Iron Age 'red hill' 26: 238, 246
Wick Marsh 27: 255, 265-6, 273-4
see also Nass, The
Tolleshunt, and the Bourchier family 26: 145
Tolleshunt  D'Arcy D'Arcy Cottage 30: 216
Lauriston Farm, duck decoy pond 28: 193
Skinnerswick Farm during French wars 27: 228 Wycke Farm, duck decoy pond 28: 193
Tolleshunt Major,Joyce's Farm, duck decoy pond 28: 193
tombs/tombstones
Bardfield, Great, St Mary's Church 25: 269
Bicknacre Priory Church, Wiliam Harmingfield 26: 168 Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Holy Trinity Church 29: 66,
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tombs/tombstones  (cont.)
Broomfield, St Mary's Church 30: 250-1 Colchester, Lexden, Beverley Road, tombstone of
Longinus 28: 217; 29: 205; 30: 217
Dagenham
St Peter and St Paul Church 26: 200 Pilon vault 29: 253
Earls Colne, St Andrew's Church 28: 165, 168, 170, 172-6,
173
Elmstead, Church of St Anne and St Lawrence 28: 249
Felsted, Church of the Holy Cross, churchyard 23: 93 Halstead, St Andrew's Parish Church, Bourchier tomb 26:
152-3,154
Hanningfield, West, Church of St Mary and St Edward,
Kemble vault 29: 259
Hatfield Peverel, St Andrew's Church 26: 279 Hempstead, Church of St Andrew, Harvey vault 26: 226 Leigh-on-Sea, Church of St Clement 27: 296
Ongar, High, Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin 25: 229
Spitalfields, Christ Church 29: 253
Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 25: 251; 28: 119,
120, 121, 122, 129, 130-1
Steeple Bumpstead, St Mary's Church 28: 256 Stisted, Church of All Saints, 18th/19th cent. 23: 95
Walthamstow,  St Mary's  Church 28: 256, 257, 258, 259-63 Willingale, Church of StAndrew and All Saints 21: 122 Woodham Waiter, medieval grave cover 22: 170-3, 171; 30:
186
see also Chancellor, Frederic, Ancient  Sepulchral Monuments of Essex
topography
general26: 231
early planned landscapes in SE Essex 22: 48, 49
Harlow 22: 101
Heybridge, Langford Road 28: 12, 16
Littley Park 25: 119
Rainham, Football Ground (former) 28: 93
Sokens, The (formerly Adulfesness) 27: 203-6, 204-5
Springfield,A12 Interchange 24:211
Weald, South, Camp 26: 53
Writtle, Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 1, 5, 6
Toppesfield, The Cottage, 59 The Causeway 30:245-7,246 torcs
?Roman, Chigwell27: 308, 309
gold, Bronze Age, Woodham Waiter, Oak Farm 23: 99, 113; 25:   1-2,1
Tote/le Clerk family, Colchester office-bearers (14th cent.) 24: 128, 130, 131
Totham,  Great Howells Farm
and Lower Blackwater valley (book review) 29: 298 prehistoric features and structures 22: 148, 154
medieval silver fmger ring 27: 325, 326
see also Lofts Farm; Slough House Farm; Tiptree Heath Totham, Little see Rook Hall
Tothe family see Tote Tottenham Ferry 23: 62, 63
see also Abrahams Ferry
Tottenham Mills, River Lea 23: 57-61, 62
Tovi (Tofig), lord ofWaltham 21: 137 towers
church
and the work ofE Chancellor 26: 218 Asheldham, St Lawrence's Church 21: 151
Bardfield, Great 25: 265,267,269


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Bardfield Sating, Church of St Peter and St Paul 26: 224 Blackmore, Church of St Lawrence 26: 218
Bradfield, St Lawrence's Church 22: 174 Chesterford, Great, Church of All Saints 24: 189 Dovercourt, Church of All Saints 23:93
Maldon
All Saints' Church, spire 24: 136-49 (inc. illustr.)
St Mary's Church 30: 254
Mersea,West, Church of SS Peter and Paul28: 255-6, 255
Pitsea, St Michael's Church 28: 216
Walthamstow, St Mary's  Church 28: 258, 259 Weald, South, St Peter's Church 28: 263 Writtle, Parish Church of All Saints 26: 227
town clerks, of Colchester see Colchester (medieval period)
trackways
prehistoric (general) 26: 250
Bronze Age, Rainham, Bridge Road 22: 148, 156
late Bronze Age/early Iron Age, Stansted, Airport Social Club 21: 135, 136; 25: 44
Iron Age, Stanway, Church Lane, ditched trackway 23: 108 late Iron Age, Stansted Airport, Social Club 22: 159
late Iron Age/early Roman Colchester, Gosbecks 26: 262
Heybridge, Langford Road 28: 21, 23, 24,27 Roman
Boreham, Great Holts Farm 26: 247
Kelvedon, High Street, Star and Fleece 29: 200 Tendring, Hill Farm 29: 203
medieval, CressingTemple (poss.) 28: 218 post-medieval
Colchester, Gosbecks 26: 261,262, 263,264
Prating Green Business Park 26: 243 Walthamstow, Salisbury Hall Playing Field 25: 246
not precisely  dated
Hatfield Peverel24: 193
Shalford 24: 193
Stanway, Church Lane 23: 108; 24: 214-18,216-17
Sturmer 29: 293, 294, 295
Writtle, Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 9 trade
prehistoric 26: 38
Iron Age, in salt 26: 68, 75 Roman period
in agricultural produce 28: 29
in metalwork 30: 198
woollen trade 26: 76-7
early Anglo-Saxon 26: 271; 29: 184 medieval period
in agricultural produce 27: 174
expansion in markets 29: 117
in pottery 26: 242; 27: 174
in stone 26: 227
late medieval/post-medieval, Harwich, in pottery 21: 86, 90 post-medieval
Baltic timber trade 28: 186
and brown rat introduction 28: 297
and Chipping Ongar 29: 145
from Beaumont Quay 28: 206, 223
in livestock and butchery 30: 264, 266 trade   tokens
17th cent.
Belchamp St Paul23: 137
Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 52
18th cent.,Wethersfield, Great Codham Hall30: 249





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trades see armaments manufacture; bone-working; breweries; cutlery industry; employment; gelatine/isinglass;  gunpowder  manufacture; ironworking; kilns; metalworking; quarrying; salt industry; shoemaking; straw plaiting; textile-working; wheelwrights; woodworking and carpentry
Tradescant, John, landscape designer 25: 119; 30: 193
Trafford, John, Temple Mills lease 22: 117, 118 Trafford, Richard, Temple Mills lease 22: 117
Trafford family vault, Walthamstow, St Mary's Church 28:259
Trajan, Emperor see coins (Roman)
Trayherne family, 17th/18th cent. Waltham Abbey 24: 72 tree ring dating see dendrochronology
Trier (Germany)
Constantinian Aula Palatina (Roman hall) 24: 19; 26: 264
Roman mint 26: 70, 269
Trinovantes 21: 143; 22: 3; 27: 339; 28: 29
and Caesar's second invasion 21: 8-9
Tritton, Purcell Miller (architect) 30: 254
Tucker, Samuel (spy in Holland) 25: 180 Tu£nell,J.J.26:205
farm and lodge, Langleys, GreatWaltham 26: 208,213 Tuke, Sir Brian (d 1545)
East Lee manor 21: 54
granted South Weald manor 22: 81
Tuke family 21: 54
Turenne, Marshal25: 181
Turner, Edward, oil mill, Tottenham Mills 23: 59-60 Turner, Revd Eric, Diocesan Advisory  Committee  22:
132
Turner, William, butcher to Audley End 23: 68 Turrell, Henry Stein (schoolmaster)  29: 149, 150
Tutbury (Staffs), medieval barony 30: 146, 148, 151, 152 Twining, Revd Thomas (1734-1804), curate at Fordham
(book review) 24: 241-3 Tyers,  Ian
et al.
'New House Farm and Hungry Hall, Cressing. The disintegration of the Cressing Temple estate or the Great Rebuilding?' 28: 156-64
'The Granary at CressingTemple' 25:79-106
Tyler, S., and Wickenden, N. P., 'A late Roman and Saxon
settlement at GreatWaltham' 27: 84-91 Tylerset Farm, medieval settlement, Rayleigh Hills 27: 324 Tylney, Lord, ofWanstead House 25: 221
Tyrell, Sir John Tyssen, MP 29: 147
Tyrell family, Bardfield Saling Church, heraldic tiles 25:
230,231;26:225-6
Tyssen, Frances John, and Jeremy's Ferry, River Lea 23: 64 Tyssen, Francis, and Jeremy's Ferry, River Lea 23: 63

Ugley
Bronze Age hoard 28: 275
placename evidence 24: 153-5
Ugley Green, Oak Cottage, Roman ceramic vessel28: 281
Ulting, Church of St Mary 26: 218 Ulvescroft (Leics) 28: 131
Umfraville family, and Stebbing manors 30: 149-50 United Land Co. Ltd. of Chelmsford 25: 199 Unstan (Orkney), late Neolithic wares 22: 8
Uphall Camp, Ilford
hillfort 21: 126, 133; 22: 25
Iron Age features 21: 126, 133; 26:61


Verefamily


Roman structures 21: 133
Uphill family, of Dagenham 26: 200 Upminster
church spire 29: 286, 287
Corbets Tey/Harwood Hall Lane, late Roman farmstead 28: 101
Horndon/Barking gas pipeline 24: 199
Hunts Hill Farm 29: 208
early Bronze Age features 29: 207
middle Bronze Age features 26: 251
late Bronze Age 23: 108; 24: 195, 207; 25: 252; 28: 101;
29:194,207
Plain Ware phase 28:205, 221; 29: 207
Iron Age features 22: 159; 23: 108; 24: 207; 25: 252; 26:
251-2;27:262,269-70;28:   101;29: 194,207
Roman features 22: 159; 25: 252; 26: 252; 27: 269, 270;
28: 101,221;29:207
Anglo-Saxon features 26: 252; 29: 207
early medieval features 25: 252
Joslin's farm 18th-19th cent. French wars 27:227 St Mary's Lane, poss. flood meander 30: 210, 216
Sunnings Lane 28: 101
Whitehall Wood, prehistoric features 25: 252; 28: 101 Upton, Ham House Estate, West Ham 24: 244
Upton (Northants), Saxon features 29: 57
Upton Park, West Ham, Klondyke Avenue  (Churston Avenue), Palaeolithic flintwork 28: 267, 269,
270
Urswick, SirThomas (d 1479), ofDagenham 26: 200
Uttlesford
medieval hundred 25: 277; 27: 340; 29: 115, 116, 118, 119,
120
north-west, Roman jewellery and fmds 29: 183, 184
see also Farnham

Vagrancy Acts (1744) 27: 232
see also employment
Valentian, House of see coins (Roman) Valognes, Gunnore de 28: 298
Valognes, Peter de, as sheriff of Essex 25: 75
Vange
late Saxon to post-medieval metalwork 29: 283, 284
'cold war' anti-aircraft site 30: 207
Phenge, manor of (alias Fobbing) 21: 50, 51,52
Swan Mead School, Late Bronze Age hoard 29: 1-18 (inc. illustr.)
Varndell, G. L. and Meeks, N. D., 'Three Bronze Age tore fragments from Woodham Waiter' 25: 1-2
Varty, Robert, Essex Radical23: 87,88 vaults see tombs/tombstones
Velletri (Italy), Museo Capitolare 29: 142
Venions, Ranulf de 28: 142
Venn, Tim, architect 30: 250 Vere family (earls of Oxford)
Aubrey de (1st Earl d 1194) 21: 48
Aubrey de (2nd Earl d 1214) 26: 129, 130
John de (12th Earl executed 1462) 21: 106
John de (13thEarld 1513) 21: 106;28: 170
John de (15th Earl d 1539) 28: 170
Montchensi, Dionysia de (d 1313, wife ofHugh de Vere) 27: 300; 28: 131
Richard de (11th Earl d 1417) 28: 175
Robert de (5th Earl d 1296) 28: 175
Robert de, Duke oflreland (9th Earl d 1392) 26: 150, 152
Segeaux, Alice (wife of Richard, 11th Earl d 1451) 28: 175




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Vere famlly (earls of Oxford) (cont.)
Thomas de (8th Earl d 1371) 28: 175
and Earls Colne 28: 167, 170, 172, 173, 174-5, 176
and St Lawrence's Church, Ridgewell, lost chapel27: 299-300
Great Maplestead manors 29: 233 Verlander,Jacob   (Colchester  landowner)  27:241 Vermuyden, Cornelius, Canvey Island 22: 129
Vertue, John, MP for Colchester (late 15th cent.) 21: 106 Verulam Hills Field, Verulamium  (Herts), Roman
building 26: 266,267 Verulamium
dyke system 21: 142, 143
King Harry Lane cemetery 21: 14, 17;22: 41; 26: 270
Vervoz  (Belgium), Roman structure 26: 265, 266
Vespasian, Emperor  see coins  (Roman) vessel  glass
late Iron Age, Stanway Hall Farm 24: 206, 207
late Iron Age/Roman, Kelvedon, High Street, Lawson Villas 28:211
Roman
Billericay, School21: 38
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 16, 17-18 Colchester
Angel Yard 27: 73
Kirkee McMunn barracks, tettine 29: 266, 268
Osborne Street 25: 58
medieval/post-medieval, Maldon Carmelite Friary (Fa on deVenise)   30:123,124,138
post-medieval
Chipping Ongar, Pleasance car park 30: 174 Colchester
Angel Yard 27: 73
Westway/Sheepen Place 29: 199
Helions Bumpstead, Boblow, 'Black' glass wine bottle
24: 191
Leytonstone, Thorne Close Avenue Estate 28: 301,302,
304
Maldon, Carmelite Friary 30: 84, 123, 124 Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 28: 122 Stebbingford 27: 126, 156
Waltham Abbey, Sun Street 26: 123
not precisely  dated
Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm 27: 33 Chesterford, Great, Ickleton Road 21: 17
vessels
ceramic
chafmg dishes Chelmsford 30: 63-4
Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 63-4, 77
chamber pots 28: 301,303 flower pots
Chipping Ongar, Pleasance car park 30: 168 Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 63, 65, 66, 98, 111
spouted beakers, Roman 28: 281-2, 281
teawares, Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 88, 111
see also pottery
copper alloy, Laver, High, miniature tripod 30: 197 pewter, Pleshey, Back Lane, Hill House (chalice) 28: 185 stone (poss.), Stebbingford 27: 154
Victoria County History 24: 243; 26: 202
Colchester (review) 26: 289-90
Dagenham 26: 203
]. H. Round and 24: 240; 29: 155, 158, 170; 30: 144
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Victoria Cross, Essex holders (book reviews) 24: 244; 28:
316-17
Victoria Land and Settlement Company, Leytonstone
28:298
Vieuxpont, Robert de, and 13th cent. royal forest 26: 129, 130
Vikings 24: 157; 26: 288; 27: 202
in Essex, 871-917 27: 92-101; 28: 183,311
Arkesden 28: 183
Benfleet, South, High Street, poss. camp 23: 101 Maldon 23: 20, 22; 26: 288
Shoeburyness camp 22: 55; 29: 202
villas
Roman
Boreham, Great Holts Farm (poss.) 23: 99, 100 Brightlingsea
Moverons Farm, 'Noah's Ark' 27: 311, 319
nr Springmead, Ladysmith Avenue 26: 242 Chadwell St Mary, County Primary School 29: 48 Chignall Hall23: 39, 49; 30: 275-6
Coggeshall
Coggeshall House/Brooklands (poss.) 21: 129
'The Lawns' (poss.) 26: 100, 101
Colchester, Kirkee McMunn barracks (poss.) 29: 268 Cromwell (Notts) 25: 237
Dunmow, Great
Bigods Hall (poss.) 21: 125 Church End (poss.) 28:47 Merks Hill Farm (poss.) 28: 47
Estrees-sur-Noye (France) 26: 265
Felsted, Sugar Beet Factory (probable) 27: 262, 264 Hallingbury, Little, South House Farm 22: 155 Halstead 22: 145
Harlow 29: 199
Langford 25: 236, 237
Neerharen-Rekem (Germany) 26: 264, 265
Star (Somerset) 27: 33
Tey, Great,Warren's Farm 28: 227; 29:213
Wendens Ambo 25: 239, 243-5, 244
Writtle, near Mill Green (poss.) 27: 3 Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham 25: 119
Vindonissa (Switzerland), legionary fortress, mansio 23:
122, 123
vineyards, in Essex 21: 48
Vitruvius 29: 266 votive offerings
Belgic,Asheldham Camp (poss.) 22: 14
Belgic/early Roman, HarlowTemple 21: 126, 133 Roman
Angel Yard 27: 37, 70,71
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm (poss.) 24: 16, 17
Harlow 26: 266
Wanborough (Surrey) 26: 266
Witham, Ivy Chimneys 26: 267; 27: 20

Wadham, Sir Nicholas, and foundation ofWadham College, Oxford 26: 274
Wakelin famlly vault, Walthamstow, St Mary's Church 28: 260
Wakering, Domesday manors of 22: 53
Wakering, Great 26: 24; 28: 1-11 (inc. illustr.)
general, early planned landscape 22: 55
Pleistocene (Ice Age) deposits 28: 1, 3
prehistoric features (generaf) 28: 1, 3-5, 7,8, 9
Neolithic features 28: 1, 9





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