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Tuesday, 22 January 2013

Transactions Contents: 'New Series' Volume 25

Transactions ‘New Series’. Volume 25

Volume XXV, Part I
I.                    Centenary Service at All Saints’ Church, Colchester, 14 December 1952
II.                  Some Notes on Roman Art at Colchester.  By Prof. J M C Toynbee, M.A., D.Phil., F.B.A., F.S.A.
III.                The South Wing of the Roman ‘Forum’ at Colchester: Recent Discoveries.  By M R Hull, M.A., F.S.A.
IV.                The Saxon Burials at Gerpins Farm, Rainham.  By John G O’Leary
V.                  Part of the Kalendar of a Thirteenth-Century Service Book once in the Church of Writtle.  By the late Francis C Eeles, O.B.E., D.Litt., L.L.D., F.S.A. Scot.
VI.                The Bouchier Shield in Halstead Church.  By the Rev T D S Bayley, M.A., F.S.A.
VII.              Wall-paintings in Essex Churches. IX: A Wall-painting recently discovered in Lambourne Church.  By E Clive Rouse, M.B.E., F.S.A..   Essex Wall-paintings of St Christopher.  By the Rev G M Benton, M.A., F.S.A.

Archaeological Notes:
An additional note on the brass at Saffron Walden.  By Rev G M Benton
British stater found ta Shoebury.  By W A Voss
A Saxon land-owner of Essex birth.  By P H Reaney
John Ball in Essex.  By A C Wood
Dangewell Hall in Great Oakley.  By P H Reaney
Wall-paintings in Writtle Church.  By Rev G M Benton
Copto Family of High Easter.  By P H Reaney
The New History of Felsted School.  By F G Emmison
The Geldart Collection of Drawings.  By Rev G M Benton
The Font Cloth in Essex.  By Rev G M Benton

In Memoriam:
William Kahled Stuart King
Sidney Charles Ratcliff, I.S.O., M.A.
Henry William Lewer, F.S.A.

Excursions, 1950-52
Lectures, 1950-52
Annual Meeting, at Town Hall, Colchester, 22 June 1950
Report for 1949
Balance Sheet for 1949
Annual Meeting, at Town Hall, Colchester, 28 December 1951
Report for 1950
Finance Report, 1950
Annual Meeting, at Town Hall, Colchester, 5 June 1952
Report for 1951
Balance Sheet for 1951
New Members

Volume XXV, Part II

VIII.            The Statues of Saffron Walden Almshouses.  By Francis W Steer, F.S.A.
IX.                Books connected with the De Vere Family and Barking Abbey.  By A J Doyle, M.A., Ph.D.
X.                  The Rebuilding of Coggeshall Church after Damage by Bombing.  By Rev F Norman Brown, M.A.
XI.                The Rookery: A Ringwork in Berden.  By Group-Captain G M Knocker

Archaeological Notes:
Ministry of Works: Chief Correspondent for Essex Seal found at Netteswell.  By Rev Canon J L Fisher
Discoveries at Gosfield Church.  By G J Bragg
The Brasses at St James’ Church, Colchester
Eastwood Church: Discovery of acoustic jar.  By Rev G M Benton
Additions to the Barrington archives.  By Nancy Briggs
Easton Lodge Library Catalogue.  By Francis W Steer
Excavation of a supposed Roman barrow at South Ockendon.  By M W Thompson
Palimpsest brass at Wivenhoe, II.  By Rev G M Benton

Medieval Feast held in the Moot Hall, Colchester, 2 May 1953
Annual General Meeting, at Town Hall, Colchester, 2 May 1953
Report for 1952
Annual General Meeting, at Town Hall, Colchester, 3 June 1954
Report for 1953
Balance Sheet for 1953
Annual General Meeting, at Town Hall, Colchester, 9 June 1955
Report for 1954
New Members

Volume XXV, Part III

XII.              The St Nicholas Church Site, Colchester.  By M R Hull, M.A., F.S.A.
XIII.            Epping Place.  By J H Holmes, M.A.
XIV.            Excavation of a Bronze Age Barrow at Dedham.  By Bryan F Blake
XV.              Seventeenth-Century Pottery Sites at Harlow.  By E F Newton, M.Sc., & Mrs E Bibbings

In Memoriam: 
Duncan W Clark, F.R.I.B.A., F.S.A.
Gerald Montagu Benton, M.A., F.S.A.

Archaeological Notes:
Richard E Barnes, Harwich Diarist and Writer. By John S Appleby
Recent discoveries in the Thurrock Area.  By D A Wickham
Victoria History of Essex.  By W R Powell
Mammoth remains in Bocking.  By C E Catley
Prittlewell Museum, Southend-on-Sea: Finds, accessions, and fieldwork, 1955-59.  By L Helliwell


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