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Monday, 14 January 2013

Transactions Contents: 'New Series' Volume 20


Transactions ‘New Series’. Volume 20

Contents
Volume XX, Part I

I.                    Dynes Hall, Great Maplestead.  By C F D Sperling, M.A., F.S.A.
II.                  The Testament and Last Will of Elizabeth, widow of John de Vere, Thirteenth Earl of Oxford.  By H W Lewer, F.S.A.
III.                Old Instruments of Music portrayed in the Ecclesiastical Art of Essex.  By the Rev Canon F W Galpin, M.A., F.L.S.
IV.                The Ruined Parish Church of Little Henny.  By F H Fairweather, O.B.E., M.D., F.S.A.
V.                  The Thurrocks.  By the late J H Round, M.A., L.L.D.
VI.                A Roman Military Diploma discovered in Colchester.  By M R Hull, M.A.
VII.              Fingringhoe Wills, A.D.1400 to A.D.1550.  By the Rev G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.
VIII.            The Ancient Stained Glass at Lindsell Church.  By Bernard Rackham, M.A., F.S.A.
IX.                A Collection of Essex Deeds at Queen’s College, Cambridge.  By the Rev J F Williams, M.A., F.S.A.
X.                  Wall-paintings in Essex Churches. III. Wall-paintings in Walter Belchamp Church.  By the Rev G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.

Archaeological Notes:
Lesteneston or Harberts in Rayleigh.  By Percy H Reaney, M.A.
Ecclesiastical Embroidery associated with Elizabeth, countess of Oxford: early XVIth century.  By the Rev. G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.
Early Essex Windmills.  By Percy H Reaney, M.A.
West Alpine and Hallstatt Site at Southchurch.  By A G Francis, O.B.E., B.A., F.S.A.
Honywand.  By Percy H Reaney, M.A.
Fingringhoe: (1) Tidal-mill; (2) Ballast Quay.  By the Rev. G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.
Notes on the Pedigree of Lucy of Ongar

In Memoriam: Christopher William Parker, M.A., D.L., J.P.

Publications:
The Battle and Song of Maldon.  By H J Rowles, B.A.
History of Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex.  By Herbert Brown
Little Baddow Congregational Church: a Brief History.  By E Eldred Marks
Essex Survivals, with special attention to Essex Smugglers.  By Fred Roe, R.I.
Transactions of the Southend-on-Sea Antiquarian and Historical Society.
The Story of Messing.  By William Goldsborough Whittam
Palaeography, Genealogy and Topography.  Selections from the Collection of H R Moulton
Audley Pedigrees.  Compiled for George Audley by Aleyn Lyell Reade
General Index to the Essex Review.  Edited by W Gurney Benham, F.S.A.
The Essex Militia.  By J W Burrows, F.S.A.
Ancient Church Chests and Chairs.  By Fred Roe, R.I.
The Township of Hatfield Peverel.  By T M Hope
Monumental Inscriptions, Walthamstow: Section A
Manorial Documents of New College, Oxford.  Compiled by T F Hobson, F.S.A., M.A.
A History of Writtle Church.  By John Henry Upton, B.A., M.M.

Winter Meetings at Braintree, Chelmsford and Colchester
Annual General Meeting of the Essex Archaeological Society, at the Town Hall, Colchester, on Thursday, 1 May, 1930
Report for 1929
Balance Sheet for 1929
Special Meeting and Excursion, Saturday, 28 June, 1930
Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Thursday, 17 July, 1930
Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Thursday, 18 September, 1930
New Members
Donations to the Society

Volume XX, Part II

XI.                The De Tanys of Stapleford Tawney.  By L R Buttle, B.A.
XII.              The Extent of Lawling, A.D.1310.  By John F Nichols, M.A., Ph.D., F.S.A.
XIII.            Admissions to Essex Livings by the ‘Triers’.  By the Rev Harold Smith, D.D.
XIV.            Further Finds from the Roman Pottery Shop in Colchester.  By M R Hull, M.A.
XV.              Visitations held in the Archdeaconry of Essex in 1684.  By the Rev W J Pressey, M.A., F.S.A.
XVI.            Wall-paintings in Essex Churches. IV: Wall-paintings formerly in the Churches of Dovercourt and Hazeleigh.  By the Rev G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.
XVII.          Two Roman Sites at Finchingfield.  By J G Covernton, M.A., C.I.E.
XVIII.        The Mantels Of Little Maldon.  By the late J H Round, M.A., L.L.D.
XIX.            Fingringhoe Bridge.  By the Rev G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.
XX.              Camulodunum: Excavations at Colchester, 1930-31.  By Christopher Hawkes, B.A., F.S.A.

Archaeological Notes:
“On the sorete syde of the howse”.  By Alfred Hills, M.A.
Fowtheho
Pedigree of Lucy of Ongar
Essex Quarter Sessions Records
Dedication of Copford Church.  By the Rev. G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.
Monumental Brasses at South Weald and Leyton.  By Walter E Gawthorp, F.S.A.Scot.
Duvy Falls in Hornchurch.  By Percy H Reaney, M.A., Ph.D.
Pass, dated 30 November, 1590, for John Smith of Bocking.  By the Rev. G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.
Early Essex Windmills.  By Percy H Reaney, M.A., Ph.D.
Carved wooden ‘Agnus Dei’ in Saffron Walden Museum.  By the Rev. G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.
Essex Chapels.  By Percy H Reaney, M.A., Ph.D.
Inhumation Burials of the Roman period discovered at Colchester.  By E J Rudsdale
Great Birch Old Church.  By the Rev. G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.
Essex Deeds in Edinburgh.  By Percy H Reaney, M.A., Ph.D.
Painted Doors at Great Bromley Church.  By the Rev. G Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.
The East Hanningfield Wall Paintings
Court Rolls of Nazing and Waltham Holy Cross
A Painted Font in Great Maplestead Church.  By Philip Mainwaring Johnston, F.S.A., F.R.I.B.A.

In Memoriam: William Goodwin Wiles

Publications:
The Place-Names of Walthamstow.  By P H Reaney, M.A.
Walthamstow Marriages (1650-1837).  By George Edward Roebuck
Pigeon Cotes and Dove Houses of Essex.  By Donald Smith
Thomas Tusser: His Good Points of Husbandry.  Edited by Dorothy Hartley
The Essex Regiment (1st Battalion).  By John William Burrows, F.S.A.
Prints, Paintings and Drawings of the Rochford Hundred.  By Robert W Higgs, F.L.A.
Pamphlets etc.

Winter Meetings at Chelmsford and Colchester
Annual General Meeting of the Essex Archaeological Society, at the Town Hall, Colchester, on Wednesday, 6 May, 1931
Report for 1930
Balance Sheet for 1930
Special Meeting and Excursion, Saturday, 27 June, 1931
Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Wednesday, 22 July, 1931
Quarterly Meeting and Excursion, Thursday 10 September, 1931
New Members
Donations to the Society


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