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Transactions transcriptions – Part 6
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Transactions. n.s. (Series 2) Volume 8
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ContentsVolume VIII, Part II. Two Essex Incised Slabs [Middleton. Effigy of Sire James Samson, Rector of the Parish, date 1349; Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall: Effigy of a priest, date 1349]. By Miller Christy and E. Bertram Smith … 1II. Ship-Money in Essex, 1634- 1649. By William Chapman Waller, M.A., F.S.A. … 8III. Some Interesting Essex Brasses. By Miller Christy and W. W. Porteous … 15IV. The Milbournes of Great Dunmow, Co. Essex, By Thomas Milbourn ... 55V. Essex Field Names. Part VI. The Hundred of Hinckford. Collected and arranged by William Chapman Waller, M.A., F.S.A. ... 76Archaeological Notes ... 104Fyfield Church. By J H RoundThe Chapel at Havering-atte-Bower. W.C.W.Warr-lands – Customary Junior-right. By G F BeaumontGeneral Meeting at Colchester on Thursday April 19th 1900 ... 107 (view online: http://cat.essex.ac.uk/reports/EAS-report-0054.pdf )Report for 1899 ... 112Donations to the Society ... 114Balance Sheet ... 116Volume VIII, Part IICopy available from our Online BookshopVI . Mediaeval Colchester - Town Castle and Abbey - from MSS, in the British Museum. By the Rev. H. J. Dukinfield Astley, M.A. … 117VII. Wallbury Camp, Great Hallingbury, By I. Chalkley Gould … 139 (view online: http://www.esah160.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/wallbury-camp-great-hallingbury.html )VIII. The Castle of Stansted Montfitchet, By Henry Laver … 141IX. An Extinct County Family: Wroth of Loughton Hall, I. By William Chapman Waller, M.A., F.S.A. ... 145X. The Order of the Hospital in Essex [Little Maplestead]. By J. H. Round, M.A. 182XI. Helion of Helion's Bumpstead, By J. H. Round, M.A. ... 187XII. The Manor of Colne Engaine. By J. H. Round, M.A. ... 192XIII. Essex Field Names. Part VI. (ii). - The Hundred of Hinckford. Collected and arranged by William Chapman Waller, M.A., F.S.A. ... 199XIV. Colchester Bays, Says and Perpetuanas. By Eliot Howard … 223 (view online: http://cat.essex.ac.uk/reports/EAS-report-0030.pdf )Archaeological Notes … 226Essex Deeds. By J H RoundCreffeild family [Colchester]. By J H RoundAn early Essex Will (AD998) [Leofwine son of Wulfstan in favour of Westminster Abbey. Kelvedon Hatch reference]. By J H RoundThe Churches of High Ongar, Stanford Rivers, Langenhoe, and Little Laver. By J H RoundRayleigh Mount. By J H RoundThe Wardstaff. By J H RoundWorked Flint found at Loughton Hall. By William Chapman WallerDiscovery of Roman Coins at Little Waltham. By Miller ChristyRoydon Whipping-Posts and Stocks. By W B GerishQuarterly Meeting and Excursion, Saturday, 9th June, 1900 [Nevenden, South Benfleet, and Thundersley]... 231Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Wednesday, 22nd August, 1900 [Harlow, Great Hallingbury, Stansted Mountfitchet, and Bishops Stortford] … 239Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Tuesday, 25th September, 1900 [Sturmer, Steeple Bumpstead, Birdbrook, Stambourne, and Great Yeldham] ... 242Annual General Meeting, of the Essex Archaeological Society held at Colchester Castle on Thursday 18th April, 1901 … 243Report for 1900 ... 244Donations to the Society ... 246Balance Sheet ... 240Volume VIII, Part IIIXV. Some Interesting Essex Brasses. By Miller Christy and W. W. Porteous ... 249XVI. Lawford Church. By the Rev. E. K. Green, M.A. ... 286XVII. The Churches of Great and Little Bromley. By the Rev. H. H. Minchin, M.A. … 292XVIII. Essex Field Names. Part VII. - The Hundreds of Uttlesford and Clavering. Collected and arranged by William Chapman Waller, M.A., F.S.A. ... 295XIX. Great Easton Mount. By I. Chalkley Gould … 324XX. Stukeley’s “Temple" at Navestock. By I. Chalkley Gould … 327Archaeological Notes ... 329A Charter of Alice of Essex. By J H RoundTregoz of Tolleshunt Tregoz [now Tolleshunt D’Arcy]. By J H RoundWethersfield, Pleshey and ‘Plesingho’. By J H RoundTiptree Priory and the Coronation. By R. F.South Weald. By W.C.W.Woodham Ferrers and Archbishop Sandys. By W.C.W.Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Thursday, 23rd May, 1901 [Dedham, Lawford, and Great and Little Bromley]... 336Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Tuesday, 30th July, 1901 [Dunmow, Great Easton, Tilty, Broxted and Chickney]... 337Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Saturday, 5th October, 1901 [Brentwood, Navestock and South Weald]... 338Volume VIII, Part IVCopy available from our Online BookshopXXI. An Extinct Essex Family: Wroth of Loughton Hall. II. By William Chapman Waller, M.A., F.S.A. ... 345XXII. Records of Tiltey [Tilty] Abbey: An Account of some preserved at Easton Lodge. Part I. By William Chapman Waller, M.A., F.S.A. … 353XXIII. Some Essex Brasses Recently Refixed. By Miller Christy and W. W. Porteous … 363XXIV. Oliver’s Thicks Rampart: An Earthwork near Colchester. By Henry Laver, F.S.A., F.L.S. … 369Archaeological Notes … 373The Descent of Thorrington. By J H RoundThe Church and Glebe at Willingale Doe. By J H RoundBeeleigh Abbey. By R.F.The Siege of Colchester. By I C GouldNether Hall in Roydon: Notes from the Inquisitions. By W.C.W.Barking. By W.C.W.General Meeting of the Essex Archaeological Society held at Colchester Castle on Thursday, 17th April, 1902 … 380Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Saturday, 31st May, 1902 [Ryehouse, Roydon, and Waltham Abbey] … 382Report for 1901 … 384Donations to the Society … 387Balance Sheet …. 389
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