John Disney, collector of classical antiquity, lived at The Hyde, Ingatestone in the mid nineteenth century, The property was burnt down in 1965.
|A print of the Entrance Hall and Staircase of The Hyde|
|The Hyde, Ingatestone - early twentieth century|
|The Hyde, from an old postcard|
|The Hyde, viewed from the driveway|
|Inside The Hyde, Ingatestone|
|The Staircase, The Hyde|
|The Hyde, during the years it was a school|
The Essex Society for Archaeology and History's Morant Lecture will be held on Friday 20 March 2015 at Ingatestone Parish Church.