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Thursday, 15 January 2015
ESAH Archives: S/LIB/9/35
Essex Society for Archaeology and History
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“Montagu Benton’s papers. Donated by British Museum on behalf of Mr Percy Thompson whose [brass] rubbings they are’.
Handwritten on the reverse of a computer printout dated 31.12.1974.
Comprises a list of brasses in Essex, Bedfordshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
“M.B.1 Laindon. Centre floor of nave at foot chancel steps. Rubbed small priest (1907) of centre of Chancel floor (1907) Large Priest
M.B.2 Dagenham. Brass on Purbeck altar-tomb at N end of Chancel. Date 1479. Sir Thos Urswick, recorder of London, chief baron of Exchequer & his wife with 4 sons (missing) & 9 daughters (eldest a nun) two shields (1899).”
Notes of other brasses at Rainham, South Ockendon, Latton, Leigh (2), Latton, Thaxted, Harlow, Stanford Rivers, Roydon, Chigwell, North Weald, Stanford Rivers, Margaretting, Aveley & Harlow.
Suffolk: Ipswich (St Mary le Tower (2), Walton, Ipswich (St Mary Quay).
Norfolk: Metton, Aldborough, Upper Sheringham, Holme-next-the Sea, Great Ringshead.
Oxfordshire: Stanton Harcourt, Thame, Chinnor.
Bedfordshire: Bromham, Stevington, Elstow