Thursday, 29 November 2012

Transactions Transcriptions: 'New Series' Volume 3

Thaxted: Morris Dancing weekend 2011

Transactions transcriptions – Part 3

To increase our online presence, one of the goals of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History is to provide more information on the many thousands of pages of articles which have been produced over its 160 year history.  Online contents lists and indexes do not exist at the present time but other external sites have downloaded text.  Although digitisation is not prefect it is better than no thing!.  So to plagiarise back our own work – now out of copyright – the following is available.

Transactions. n.s. (Series 2) Volume 3.

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Volume III, Part I

I.               Colchester Castle. By F. M. Nichols ... 1 (view online: Part 1 http://esah160.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/colchester-castle-1-transactions-ns.html  Part 2 http://esah160.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/colchester-castle-2-transactions-ns.html )
II.              Inventories of Church Goods, 6th Edw, VI {Concluded from Vol, II, p. 250, N.S.) [Havering Liberty: Romford, Hornchurch, Havering. Hundred of Lexden: Aldham, Great Horkesley, Messing, Feering, Dedham, Colne Engaine, Pontisbright (Chappel), Pattiswick, Great Bentley, Wivenhoe, Great Tey. Hundred of Tendring: Dovercourt, Mistley.  Chelmsford Hundred: Sandon, Saffron Walden.] By H. W. King ... 36 
III.           The Ancient Church Bells of Halstead and its Neighbourhood,  By the Rev. Cecil Deedes, M.A. ... 64 
IV.          The Will of Miles Gray [1649], of Colchester, Bell Founder, By J. C.L. Stahlschmidt …  74 
V.            On an Ancient Mazer at Holy Trinity Church, Colchester, By Henry Laver. ... 76  (view online: http://www.esah160.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/on-ancient-mazer-at-holy-trinity-church.html )
VI.          On the Antiquity of some Footpaths, By Henry Laver ... 76
Annual General Meeting at Colchester, 1st and 2nd August, 1882 [includes a note on the Harsnett Library in Colchester Museum].  ... 81 
Excursion [Chappel, Colne Priory, Great Tey church, Little Tey church, Coggeshall church and abbey, Marks Tey, Copford, Stanway], 2nd of August, 1882 … 85
Annual General Meeting at Nasing [Nazeing] and Waltham Abbey, 9th of August, 1883 ... 96 
Annual General Meeting at Halstead, 29th of July, 1884 [includes an account of the bells in some of the parishes in the northern part of the County of Essex: Ashden, Debden, Elsenham, Henham, Hadstock, Hempstead, Radwinter, Newport, Widdington, Stanstead Montfitchet, Thaxted, Wimbish, Saffron Walden; Visit to Little Maplestead and Great Maplestead churches, Hedingham Castle]… 98
Report Read and adopted at the Annual General Meeting at Colchester, 11th August, 1885  ... 114 
Summary of Proceedings at Council Meetings … 116
Archaeological Intelligence … 118
Distemper paintings at Fingringhoe
The Church Bells of Essex
Donations to the Society … 121
Volume III, Part II

VII.        Roman Roads near to and those radiating from Colchester, By Henry Laver ... 123 
VIII.      On a Roman Villa at Arlesford Lodge, Excavated, June, 1885. By Henry Laver … 136 
IX.           Roman Tesselated Pavement, found on the east side of Head Street, Colchester.  By Henry Laver … 140 
X.             Note on a Statement in page 280, Vol, II, No, 8, of the Transactions [Altar of Sulerve by J E Price], By C. Roach Smith ... 141 
XI.           Some Documents Relating to Colchester Castle, By J. Horace Round... 143 
XII.         An Inventory of the household Goods of Sir Thomas Barrington, Bart., at Hatfield Priory , in 1629. By G. Alan Lowndes, Esq., M.A., President ... 155 
Meeting of the Members of the Essex and Chelmsford Museum, and the Essex Archaeological Society at Chelmsford on Thursday, November 27th 1884 ... 177 
Annual General Meeting at Colchester, 11th August, 1885 ... 179 
Special Meeting at Colchester Castle with Excursion to Fingringhoe and Wivenhoe, on Wednesday 14th October, 1885 ... 180 
Reviews of Books: 
Retrospections, Social and Archaeological. By Charles Roach Smith, F.S.A., &c., &c. Vol, II, London, George Bell & Sons, York Street, Covent Garden ... 183 
The Manuscripts of the Custos Rotulorum and Justices of the Peace of the County of Essex, at the Shire Hall, Chelmsford, Co. Essex  ... 185 
Report Read and Adopted at the Annual Meeting at Ingatestone, 1886 ... 191 
Summary of Proceedings at Council Meetings ... 192 
Donations to the Society … 194 
Volume III, Part III

XIII.       Common Seal of the Borough of Colchester, By Henry Laver  ... 197 
XIV.      On Pargeting, By the Rev. E. S. Corrie, M.A. ... 201 
XV.        Roman Tessellated Pavement found in [Culver Street, near Head Street] Colchester, By Henry Laver ... 207 
XVI.      Wentworth, of Gosfield, Co, Essex, By Wm. Loftie Rutton ... 209 
XVII.    Pedigree of Wentworth, of Gosfield, Co, Essex. By Wm. Loftie Rutton ... 221 
XVIII.  Pedigree of Wentworth, of Bocking, Co, Essex, By Wm. Loftie Rutton ... 222
XIX.       Notes to the Pedigree of Wentworth of Gosfield ... 223 
XX.         Manors of Wentworth, of Gosfield  ... 228 
XXI.       Excerpts from Ancient Wills, No. 4. [William Creake, Vicar of Barling, proved 1393; Ralph Perchehay, Rector of Stifford, dated 1377; and his successor, John Colyn, proved 1392] By H. W. King. … 230 
XXII.     Robert Burford [d. 1418], of London, Bellfounder. By J. C. L. Stahlschmidt ... 238 
Report Read at the Annual General Meeting at Great Dunmow, August 12th, 1887 ... 241 
Donations to the Society ... 242 
Volume III, Part IV

XXIII.   Who was Alice [de Vere] of Essex?   By J. Horace Round, M. A. … 243
XXIV.  Tilty Parish and Abbey, By the Rev. G. E. Symonds, M.A. ... 252 
XXV.    Thaxted and its Cutlers' Guild. By the Rev. G. E. Symonds, M.A. ... 255 
XXVI.  Thaxted Church. By the Rev. G, E. Symonds, M.A. ... 262
XXVII.The Origin of St. Botolph's Priory, Colchester. By J. H. Round ... 267
XXVIII.    Roman Leaden Coffins Discovered at [Creffield Road] Colchester. By Henry Laver, F.S.A., F.L.S. ... 273
XXIX.   Wentworth of Gosfield, Co. Essex. Addenda.  By W. L. Rutton ... 278 
XXX.     A Short Chapter in the History of the Descent of the Manor of Horham. By H. W. King ... 281 
XXXI.   Guild of the Holy Trinity, Saffron Walden ... 285
XXXII. Excerpts from Ancient Wills. No. 5 [Richard Hagis, Rector of Laindon, dated 1494; James Beeton, Rector of Bulphan and Chantry Priest of Laindon, proved 1518]. By H. W. King … 287 
Annual General Meeting at Ingatestone, 12th August, 1886 … 304 
Annual General Meeting at Dunmow, 12th August, 1887... 305 
Meeting at Barking, 21st October, 1887 ... 307 
Meeting at the Town Hall, Maldon, 30th May, 1888 ... 308 
Annual General Meeting at the Museum, Chelmsford, 9th August, 1888  ... 309 
Meeting at Coggeshall, 19th October, 1888 ... 310 
Report Read at the Annual General Meeting, at Chelmsford, 9th August, 1888  ... 312 
Summary of Proceedings at Council Meetings ... 313 
Donations to the Society ... 314 

New Series Volumes 4 and 5 do not appear to have been digitised elsewhere.

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