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Thursday, 31 December 2015

Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 21-30. Index (Pow - She)


Published here online for the first time, this is the Index of the Transactions of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History (until 1985, the Essex Archaeological Society).  Contact us for more information.

Powell, W. R. (cont.)
'Silas Taylor of Harwich  (1624-78): Naval Affairs,
Espionage, and Local History' 25: 174-84 'The Counts of St Pol in Essex and Kent' by the late J. H.
Round (revised) 27: 193-201
'What use are "Manorial Descents"? The case of Stebbing, 1066-1545.' 30: 144-53
PPG 15/16 see Environment, Dept. of
Pratt, Charles, lease ofTottenharn Mills 23: 60
Prayers, Margaret (wife of Sir Robert Bourchier) see
Bourchier family
Preceptors, College of29: 149-51, 152, 153
Prestney, John, Colchester will (1540) 22: 93
Preston, John, vicar of Messing (c. 1642) 24: 153 Preston famlly, 18th/19th cent. Waltharn Abbey 24: 72-3,
76
Pridden, RevdJohn, and Bicknacre Priory 29: 216, 217,
219
Priestley (Prieshey/Prisley) family,Waltham Abbey,
16th/17th cent. 24: 71, 73
principia  see Boreharn; Combe Down  (Avon); Stonea (Carnbs)
Prittlewell
prehistoric camp 30: 230
late medieval windmill mound  30: 230
middle Iron Age pottery 22: 165
Anglo-Saxon cemetery and features 23: 131; 29: 57
Priory 21: 134
late 18th cent. attempt to extend (study review) 23: 173 museum 28: 199
Victoria Avenue (No. 255- former bakery) 30: 229 prostitution see employment
Protestantism  see religious nonconformity
Provins, Waiter de (bailiff of Count Theobald) 28: 142 Pugh,J. et al.,A village in time. The history of Newport, Essex
(book review) 27: 340
Pullyn,John, Colchester will (1592) 22:96
Punt, Samuel, of Cressing 30: 239-40
Punt, Sarah, of Cressing 30: 239-40 Purbeck  marble
Asheldham, St Lawrence's Church 21: 149
Bardfield Saling, Church of St Peter and St Paul 26: 225 Colchester
Angel Yard 27: 75, 77-8, 77
East Stockwell Street 23: 33
Mersea, West, Church of SS Peter and Paul (poss.) 28: 255
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 82, 84
Walthamstow, St Mary's Church 28: 260 Purtleet,   WestThurrock
Armour Road/North Road, Palaeolithic site 29: 194, 200-1
Stonehouse Lane, Pleistocene/Palaeolithic features 25: 246
Vyneyard (medieval estate) 21: 48 Purleigh
post-medieval pottery kiln 21: 127, 134
Rectory 26: 217
The Street, The Old Bakery 30: 229
Purtepet, Roger, Colchester town clerk (15th cent.) 24:
129, 130, 131
pyxis see boxes  (Roman)

Quakers 25: 178
Chelmsford, Broomfield House, Quaker Lodge and Meeting House 26: 207, 208
Colchester, St Helen's Lane, former burial ground 30: 224


Radcliffe/Ratcliffe


quarrying
post-medieval
Ardleigh, Elm Park 26: 223
Asheldham Camp, gravel22: 14
Benfleet, South, Hoy and Helmet public house 26: 246 Chesterford, Great 28219
Hatfield Peverel, Sandford Quarry 26: 244
Langdon Hills, Camp 26:49-51 Leytonstone 28: 298
Maplestead, Great, Church Street (poss.) 28: 220 Weald, South, Camp 26: 44, 45-6, 53
see also Fairlop
Quendon, Quendon Court 27: 265
Quendon Park, Scheduled mound 22: 156
Quendon/Rickling, flintwork find 24: 185, 186
querns
prehistoric  (general)
Broomfield, Windmill Field 26: 6, 20, 21,22-3
Southend, Fox Hall 26: 36, 38
late Iron Age, Barling Magna, Barling Marsh 26: 222 late Iron Age/Roman
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28:86-7,87
Springfield/Boreharn A12 Interchange 30: 18, 19 Roman
Billericay, School21: 42
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 16, 17
Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Holy Trinity Church 29: 66,
96
Bradwell-on-Sea, Othona Community site 25: 68
Braintree, George Yard 24: 50
Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 99, 100
Fairlop Quarry 30: 221
Hatfield Peverel, Sandford Quarry 27: 15
Horkesley, Great, Slough Grove 23: 93
Sarnpford, Great, Shillingstone Field 29: 46
medieval
Asheldham, St Lawrence's Church 21: 148
Horndon-on-the-Hill, High Road/Mill Lane 28: 211
Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 119
Pleshey, 'The Gardens' 28: 285, 289
Romford, White Hart Lane, Collier Row 30: 215 Waltham Abbey, Sun Street 26: 123
Yeldham, Great, Old Post Office Cottages 26: 184, 185,
187
post-medieval, Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 119
not precisely  dated
Castle Hedingharn, Maiden Ley Farm 27: 33 Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 99
Grays Thurrock, Williarn Edwards School 29: 21, 30-1
Saffron Walden, Nos 33-35 High Street 29: 133
Springfield/Boreham A12 Interchange 30: 38
Stebbingford 27: 154
Quintrell, B.W. (ed.), The Maynard lieutenancy Book
1608-1639 (book review) 25:290

rabbit farming
Cressing 28: 154, 163-4
Hatfield Broad Oak, Hatfield Forest, 'The Warren' 25: 254, 255;28: 164
Woodham Waiter 30: 182
Rackham, Dr Oliver, CressingTemple 25:79,89 Radcliffe (Ratcliffe) famlly 30: 178-80, 188, 190, 193
Henry, 2nd Earl of Sussex 30: 178-9 John (steward to HenryVII) 30: 178
Sir Edward 30: 180, 181, 182, 193




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Radcliffe (Ratcliffe) family (cont.)
Sir Robert, (1st Earl of Sussex (1542)) 30: 178, 181, 182,
191
Thomas, 3rd Earl of Sussex (d 1583) 22: 172; 30: 179,
181,186,187,191,193
see also FitzWalter (Fitzwalter) family radiocarbon     dating
early Flandrian, Enfield Lock 22: 162 Bronze Age
Brightlingsea, Moverons Pit 21: 128
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 92, 94
Iron Age, Asheldham Camp 22: 24, 36 Anglo-Saxon
Blackwater estuary 29: 274,275
Collins Creek 24: 196, 209; 29: 275-6
Nass, The 29: 275, 276
Sales Point 29: 275, 280
medieval, Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 92, 94, 111 Radwinter
SW of Church, fishponds 30: 212, 230
The Old Vicarage 27: 278,279 railways
Wickham Bishops
timber trestle railway viaduct 28: 186 Tottenham and Forest Gate line 28: 269
see also Eastern Counties Railway Company (ECR); Great Eastern Railway (GER); London and North Eastern Railway (LNER);Takeley, Railway Station
Rainham
Bridge Road, landscape history 22: 148, 156
Britton's School 26: 234, 235
Brookway Allotments, prehistoric to Roman features 24: 205
Church 29: 97
Dovers Corner, medieval moated manor of Dovers 26: 254 Football Ground (former) 28: 93-102 (inc. illustr.)
prehistoric features 28: 93, 96-9, 101
Iron Age/Roman  features 28:93,96,98-9,  101
mise. post-hole structures 28: 96-7, 97, 98,99
see also pottery Gerpins Lane 28:  101
Great Arnolds Field, poss. henge monument 28: 10 1
Moor Hall Farm 27: 270 Iron Age
farmstead 28: 101
loomweights 26: 71
late Iron Age fort 26: 234, 235
late Iron Age/Roman features 26: 78 South Hall Farm
Mesolithic/Neolithic features 28: 205,212-13
Bronze Age features 28: 213
medieval and post-medieval pottery 28: 213
'Common Sewer' 28:213
Tesco site, late Iron Age/Roman features 21: 134 Viking Way, Neolithic/Bronze Age pottery 28: 213
Rainham Marshes, gas pipeline route 24: 199; 26: 285, 286,
287
Ramsbury (Wilts), school at 29: 147 Ramsden  Crays
Ramesdana in Domesday 21: 49
19th cent., tithe commutation 25: 222
Church of St Mary 26: 218; 30: 255-6, 255 Ramsden family, and East Lee 21: 52 Ramsey, St Michael's Church 30: 256-7, 256


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Ramsey Abbey (Hunts) 26: 164-5
Ranulfbrother ofDger (Domesday Baron) 21: 49 Ranulf de Venions see Venions, Ranulf de
Ratcliffe  see Radcliffe
rats, introduction of brown rat 28: 297 Rawreth
A130 By-pass
prehistoric site 26: 240
Saxon and medieval sites 26: 240
church, well 26: 226
landscape evolution 22: 48, 52, 58 Rayleigh
Mesolithic flints 23: 4
medieval manor, and vineyard 21:48
19th cent. tithe commutation maps 25: 222
Bellingham Lane (No. 23), Rayleigh Castle outer bailey ditch 28: 290-2, 291-2
'Dutch' cottage, Crown Hill22: 122, 124-7, 130-1
High Road (No. 77), poss.late medieval pottery kiln 21: 92-102, 93, 98, 100
High Street (No. 91), medieval/post-medieval dwelling 21:
134
Holy Trinity Church 25: 254; 26: 254
Mill Hall site, Rayleigh Castle outer bailey 29: 195, 201 Rayleigh   Hills
landscape history 22: 48, 52, 53, 55, 58
Pound Wood 27: 322-4, 322
earthworks 27: 323, 324
Raymond de Burgh see De Burgh, Raymond Rayner, Abraham  (architect  ofHalstead)  28:  178
Reaney, P. H., Early Essex Clergy (1947) 24: 161
Rebow, Sir Isaac, early 18th cent. owner, Colchester Castle 24:235
red hills
general
and aerial photography 28: 188, 190, 192
The archaeology of the Essex Coast vol1: the Hullbridge survey  (book review)  27: 337
and late Bronze Age/early Roman period 26: 38 prehistoric and Roman salt industry 26:65-81 (inc.
illustr.)
Barling Magna, Barling Marsh 25:241 Blackwater estuary 26: 76,228
Brightlingsea Rising Main (No. 49) 26: 223 Canvey Island
Leigh Beck Marshes 25: 247-8; 26: 76,77
Russell Head 26: 255
Dengie 27: 255
ESA monitoring 27: 249
Fobbing Marsh (poss.) 23: 99, 111
Foulness Island 27: 255
(poss.) 23: 112
Delph Ditch 23: 112
Great Burwood 30: 229-30
Havengore Is. 21: 131
New England Is. 21: 131
Rushley Is. 22: 153
Goldhanger 26: 77
Mill Beach to Goldhanger tidal defences 27: 271 No. 176 26: 76
Hullbridge, Lower Road, Willow Pond Farm 30: 225
Langenhoe
No. 70 26:77
No. 78 26: 71-7 (inc. illustr.)
Peldon, Colchester 27: 252, 253; 28: 192




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red hills (cont.)
Tollesbury Creek 26: 238, 246
Wakering, Great, (poss.), Oxenham Farm 22: 153 White House (No. 225) 26:68
Wigborough, Great (No. 147) 26: 65, 69-71, 70,76 Redbridge see Fairlop; Fairlop Quarry
Redfants Manor see Shalford
Redstone, Lilian J., on local history 26: 195 Reform Act (1832) 29: 147
Reformation  see  under religion  and ritual Reidy, K., 'Middle Bronze Age occupation at Great
Wakering' 28: 1-11 Reigate  stone
Alresford, St Peter's Church 29: 248, 251
Bicknacre Priory 29: 218
Boreham, St Andrew's Church 29: 252
Epping, Copped Hall 29: 226
Hawkwell, St Mary's Church 29: 258
Lambourne, Church of St Mary and All Saints 28: 250, 252
Maldon, Carmelite Friary 30: 61,89
Ramsey, St Michael's Church 30: 256
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 76, 78, 82, 84, 87 religion  and ritual
Neolithic, Chadwell St Mary, causewayed enclosures 27: 305
Bronze Age
axe deposition 22: 3
Ellesborough  (Bucks) 28: 277
Shoebury, North 27: 339
Vange 29: 16
late Bronze Age, Springfield, A12 Interchange 25: 25, 252;
30: 1, 5-6, 10-11,21,22
Iron Age
Burnham-on-Crouch, loomweights as deposits? 26: 71
Shoebury, North 27: 339
Wigborough, Great, loomweights as deposits? 26: 71 late Iron Age
Billericay, School21: 25
Birchanger, Woodside Industrial Park 24: 202; 25: 44
CressingTemple, Dovehouse Field 30: 218
late Iron Age/early Roman HarlowTemple 21: 133
Stratford 23: 109; 24: 202 Roman period
Colchester 28: 316
Wanborough (Surrey), Green Lane 26: 265, 266, 267
Weald, South, Camp 26: 45
Witham, Ivy Chimneys 26: 267
Anglo-Saxon, Wicken Bonhunt, Christian burial rites 25: 245
medieval
Coggeshale family advowsons of parish churches 22: 61, 65
see also Crusades
16th/17th cent.
Reformation
at Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 28: 122, 131
and church furniture 24: 230, 231
in Colchester 22: 88-99; 30: 277-8
and Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 137-9
religious houses, dissolution of 22: 96; 25: 113, 219; 26:
252,277;29:209,216;30:   138
see also Carmelite Friary, Maldon


ridge-and-furrow


wills and religious mentality in Colchester 22: 87-100 17th cent., Rayne, costrel (poss. deposit) 28: 185
18th cent., Colchester religious groups (study reviewed) 23:170,172-3
16th-18th cent., Dutch Reformed Churches 22: 122, 123
19th cent.
Cambridge Camden Society  (later Ecclesiological Society) 28: 165
J. H. Round and Church Disestablishment 23: 85-6 Methodism 28: 317
Oxford Movement 28: 165
20th cent., Othona Community (Bradwell-on-Sea) 25: 60
see also Church of England; churches/chapels; Druids; funerary rites/practices; religious nonconformity; religious orders; Roman Catholicism; temples; votive offerings
religious art see animal representations; wall paintings religious     nonconformity
Baptist chapels, Waltham Abbey, Church Street 22: 160; 24:69,73-4,87,93
Baptists 25: 178
Chelmsford 17th to 19th cent. (book review) 26: 292 Colchester 22: 88-99; 23: 170, 172-3; 30: 277-8
Dutch Reformed Churches 22: 122, 123,128
Methodism 28: 317
Methodist Church, Braintree, George Yard 24: 22, 31
Mount Bures scandal24: 161
and North American links 26: 290,291
Quakers 25: 178; 26: 207, 208; 30: 224
Witham, Edmund Taylor, parson 27: 286
see also Reformation (under religion and ritual)
religious orders see Augustinian Order; Benedictine Order; Carmelite Friary, Maldon; Carmelite Order; Cistercian Order; Cluniac Order; Dominican Order; Knights Hospitaller; Knights Templar; Leicester (Austin Friars); Savigniac Order
Rettendon A130 road
Lacey's Farm, Roman road and features 23: 100 prehistoric/Saxon features 25: 241
All Saints' Church 26: 218
Hall Farm, Romano-British pottery kilns 27: 269; 28: 220
Reyne, William, Colchester bailiff 24: 127
Rich, Richard  (later Lord Chancellor, d 1566) Chelmer valley parks 25: 113, 114, 116, 118, 119, 120,
125, 131;26:215
family tree 25: 132
manor of South Weald (1548) 22: 81
Richard I, King 30: 147
charter to Beeleigh Abbey, Maldon 26: 162
charter to borough of Colchester 21: 103; 25: 73; 26: 293 and Count of St Pol27: 195
and Waltham Abbey 29: 116
Richard II, King, and John, second lord Bourchier 26: 149, 150, 151, 152
Richard III, King 30: 149
Richmond, Barn Elms  (London), Bronze Age metalwork  28: 280
Riclding see Quendon
ridge-and-furrow
Adulfesness  (now The Sokens) 27: 206
Bicknacre Priory 29: 217
Canvey Island, Russell Head 26: 255 Chingford, Ainslie Wood Sports Field 27: 264 Epping Green/Enfield gas pipeline 29: 210





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ridge-and-furrow (cont.)
Pentlow Hall 22: 180
Roxwell quarry, Chignall 23: 41, 42,45
Tey, Great, Warren's Farm 28: 227
Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm 26: 252; 27: 270 Walthamstow, Salisbury Hall Playing Field 25: 246
Ridgewell
enclosures and linear features 21: 125; 24: 193 Gypsy Site, ?Roman road (below A604) 27: 265 medieval manor 27: 300
St Lawrence's Church, lost chapel27: 298, 299-300; 28: 131
Rigbe, Thomas, 16th cent. Colchester will-writer 22: 87
ring ditches 29: 187-8,200
Alresford, Broomfield Plantation 29: 188
Baddow, Little 25: 237
Bardfield, Little 21: 123
Belchamp St Paul21: 123, 124; 29: 188
Bentley, Great 28: 196
Bentley, Little, Hall Farm 26: 238, 245 Boreham
Bulls Lodge Quarry 27: 263
Great Holts Farm 25: 247; 26: 247 Brightlingsea
Moverons Farm 28: 207
Moverons Pit 21: 126, 128; 22: 148, 152; 26: 238, 242;
27:266
Bromley, Great, Badley Hall 29: 188
Chelmer Valley 30: 6
Chesterford, Great (poss.) 29: 213
Clacton, Little, Dead Lane 25: 248
Dedham 29: 187
Fairlop Quarry 30: 210, 221
Grays Thurrock, Stifford Clay Road 29: 19 Hatfield Peverel (poss.) 24: 193
Heybridge, Langford Road (poss.) 28: 27
llford, Kinfauns Road 23: 106
Kelvedon 21: 123; 28: 195
Langford, Langford Hall Farm 27: 268-9, 268
Lawford 29: 187
Leighs, Great 25: 235, 237
Leyton, Oliver Close Estate 25: 251
Mersea, East, Fen Farm 25: 242
Mount Bures 29: 187
Rainham, South Hall Farm 28: 213
Ridgewell (poss.) 24: 193
Rivenhall 28: 196
Springfield 25: 236, 237
Stour valley 30: 200-1
Takeley 21: 123
Tey, Great, Teybrook Farm 29: 206; 30: 220
Uttlesford, Farnham Church 27: 252
Witham 21: 123
Ring HillHillfort, Littlebury 21: 8; 27: 262, 272-3
rings, finger
copper alloy Roman
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 13, 14
Chesterford, Great 27: 308,309
Wakes Colne, Lane Farm 28: 182
Anglo-Saxon, Chesterford area 29: 270, 2 71,273
medieval, Stebbingford 27: 118, 151, 152
gold
medieval
Billericay, Crays Hill27: 325, 326
Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 84, 117, 118, 136-7


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iron, Roman, Heybridge, Langford Road 28: 26, 37,38
silver, medieval, Totham, Great 27: 325, 326
Rippon, Stephen, 'Early Planned Landscapes in South-East Essex' 22: 46-60
Rivenhall
Coleman's Farm, Middle Palaeolithic hand-axe 24: 185
?Neolithic long barrow 21: 125
cropmarks 26: 231, 232; 29: 188
long mortuary enclosure and linear features 26: 231, 232;
28: 196
Roman pottery  (comparison)  27:317-19
Church, architecture of29: 60, 88, 94, 95, 96, 99, 104
Durwards, architecture 26: 215
Knights Templar demesne farm 28: 151
landscape history 22: 51; 26: 133-7 (inc. illustr.), 138
shafthole implements, stone 23: 114-15
Woodhouse Farm, brewhouse 29: 226
Rivenhall Airfield
prehistoric flintwork 25: 15, 16, 17 late Iron Age site (poss.) 23: 101
Roach, River 26: 228
and identity ofWallfleet 26: 169
oyster-pit sites 27: 253-5, 254
roads
Roman
and early planned landscapes 22: 51, 54, 57
Billericay, School/School Road 21: 45
Boreham, London to Colchester 25: 246
Braintree 21: 120, 126, 128; 24: 22, 31, 61, 63-6, 64-5
Stane Street 21: 126, 128; 24: 25, 28, 31, 63
Brentwood, Brook Street (London to Colchester) 22: 81 Chelmsford (Caesaromagus) 30: 213
Chesterford, Great 22: 44; 24: 198; 28: 219
Chigwell/Dunmow 24: 200; 25: 245; 26: 247
Colchester 30: 217, 224
StJohns Street 22: 153
Easthorpe (poss.) 24: 209
Heybridge 21: 123
Ingatestone, London to Colchester road 25: 263 Leighs, Great 25: 241
Ongar Park (Radio Site) 25: 245
Rettendon, Lacey's Farm 23: 100 Ridgewell (oldA604 poss.) 27:265
Romford (London to Colchester road) 27: 272
Stane Street (now A120) 22: 148, 149; 23: 99-100; 25:
28; 29: 116, 117
Braintree 21: 126, 128; 24: 25, 28, 31, 63
Coggeshall 24: 192; 26: 82, 100, 102
Dunmow, Great 28: 47, 88
Stebbingford 25: 249; 27: 102, 106, 108, 112, 150,
151, 169, 171, 173
Tey,Great
Teybrook Farm 22: 154; 28: 220; 29: 205; 30: 220
Warren's Farm 28: 220
Thaxted 23: 124
Waltham, Great 27: 90
Writtle, Mapletree Lane (poss.) 27: 3 modern
A12  Interchange,  Springfield/Boreham   see  Springfield
A12 M11 Link Road, Ruckholts Manor, Leyton and R.
Lea 26:240 A13
Aveley 26: 240
Purtleet Road 28: 205, 215-16; 29: 204
Ship Lane 26: 240; 27: 263





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roads, modern, A13 (cont.)
Dagenham to Wennington 24: 197
Orsett 'Cock' 30: 274
Pitsea 28: 216
Wennington to Mar Dyke 27: 262
prehistoric to Roman features 23: 100; 24: 197; 26:
240
A120Trunk Road 23: 99-100; 24: 192; 25:28
Braintree by-pass 25: 241
Braintree to M11 22: 148, 149
Dunmow, Great 24: 198; 28: 47, 88, 90
Stebbingford 25: 249; 27: 102, 103-5, 106
A127 Southend Road,WW2 defence line 29: 191,193 A130
Benfleet, North, Wickford, Rawreth 26: 240-1
Downhouse Farm 25: 17, 26
Rettendon to Benfleet, prehistoric and Saxon features 25:241
Sandon to Rettendon, Roman features 23: 100 A131 Great Leighs by-pass 25: 241; 26: 241
A133 Clacton, Little and Weeley Heath by-pass 22: 152; 25:248
A604 Haverhill Bypass 27: 265, 269; 29: 294, 297 A604 (old) Ridgewell (?Roman road) 27: 265 Colchester
Eastern Approaches Road 25: 242
Northern Approaches Road (ultimately A12) 29:
198-9,213
Heybridge, Northern Relief Road 28: 210 M11 motorway
proposed widening scheme, Birchanger to Great Chesterford 25: 243-5,244
see alsoA12 above
Maldon, Southern by-pass 21: 134; 22: 156
Robert Bruce (King of Scotland 1306), Essex origins 26: 170-1
Roberts,J8Dles (Mackenzie?), architects 24: 168, 180 Robey, Tim, et al., 'The Granary at CressingTemple' 25:
79-106
Robin Hood Ferry, River Lea 23: 64, 65
Rochester famlly, brasses in Terling Church 27: 302-3 Rochester, John (d 1444),Terling Church 27: 303 Rochester (Kent), and the Vikings 27: 94
Rochford
medieval and later hundred 24: 240; 26: 198, 199;29: 118,
119
19th cent., Poor Law and tithe maps 25: 222 World War One airfield 29: 300
Corn Exchange 26:213-14
Market Place,  15th/16th cent. ovens 24: 80 Millview Meadows 28: 186
North Street (No. 6), medieval market 29: 195, 201
Rochford Bank 26: 214
South Street (No. 35), 19th cent. artefacts 28: 186
to Southend pipeline 29: 210
Westbarrow Hall Farm, prehistoric to medieval features 28: 213; 29:201
see also Southend Airport; Stambridge, Great Rochford  Hospital  (formerly  Southend  Municipal
Hospital) 26: 236; 28: 199, 202
Daly's House and assoc. buildings 27: 273
Rochford, Pain of, and the 13th cent. royal forest 26: 129 Rockholt (Ruckholt) Mills/Estate see Leyton
Rocques, John
1745 survey, River Lea 23: 63, 64, 65


Round, J8D1es


1754 survey, River Lea 23: 61, 63, 64, 65
Roding, Abbess, Longbarns, post-medieval farm buildings 29:195,211
Roding, Berners, 19th cent. tithe commutation 25: 223
Roding, Leaden, 19th cent. tithe commutation 25: 220 Roding,Margaret
Anglo-Saxon metalwork 27: 320, 321
manor of Marks 27: 194 Roding,  River
Roman road line, south of 26: 247
Thames Water sewer pipe replacement 23: 131, 134 Roding  river  valley
cropmarks 30: 202
and the pottery trade 26: 242
Roding, White Cammas Hall
cross-wing 24: 120, 121
extended intruded cross-passage 22: 180, 181
Mark (or Merk) family 27: 193
Mascallsbury Farm 27: 199
Mascallsbury manor, and Counts of St Pol27: 193, 194, 195,196,197,198-9
Roding parishes, tithe maps of 25: 224 Rodwell, W. J.
'Roman Planned Landscape in Southern Essex' 22: 51-8
'The Battle of Assandun and its memorial Church (Reapprrusal)'26:288
et al., 'Holy Trinity  Church, Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall:  A Survey of the Fabric and Appraisal of the Norman  Brickwork'  29: 59-114
Rogers, Nehemiah (d 1660), vicar of Messing 24: 152, 153
Rokell, Geoffrey, lord of manor ofFrinton 21: 104 Rolph, G., Billericay auctioneer 25: 224
Rom, River 30: 215 Roman Catholicism
Emancipation 28: 317
and Reformation in Colchester 22: 88-99 Roman roads see roads, Roman
Romford
medieval period 21: 48
19th cent. Poor Law and tithe maps 25: 222, 225 Church of Edward the Confessor 30: 225
Crow Lane, Romford Gasworks 24: 200
Dagnams, demolished  c. 1948 25: 289
Gidea Hall, pulled down 1930 25: 289
London Road, Motorpoint Showroom 30: 215 Market Place
and Golden Lion junction 30: 225-6
The Bull (presumed site of Roman road) 27: 272 Marks Warren Farm, early Iron Age hillfort 25: 252 South Street, former Brooks Timber Yard 30: 215 White Hart Lane (land west of), Collier Row, medieval
settlement 29: 195, 201; 30: 212,215 roof slate see slate, roof
roof tiles see tiles, roof
Rook Hall, Little Toth8Dl
late Bronze Age loomweights 23: 117, 118, 119 early Iron Age Darmsden-Linton pottery 25: 12
Roper, Henry, of Brook Street, Brentwood 22:81,86
Ross, Walter, ass. toR Chancellor 24: 180-1; 26: 207
Rotterd8Dl (Holland) 25: 180
Rouge, John, Colchester bailiff (15th cent.) 21: 104 Rougham (Norfolk) 28: 297
Roughground Farm (Glos) see under Lechlade Round, J8D1es, MP (d 1916) 23: 79-80, 83-9





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Round, John Horace
and Albert School of Art 23: 83
on Anglo-Norman history 29: 155, 156-7
on Church Disestablishment 23: 85-6
on Colchester Castle 23: 81-3
on Counts of St Pol in Essex and Kent 27: 193-201 Domesday studies 23: 81; 24: 240; 29: 155, 156-7, 158,
170; 30: 146
and Essex Archaeological Society 23: 89; 29: 158
'Essex history from church plate' 24: 150-6, 154
on genealogy 26: 162-73; 29: 155, 156, 157
on Geoffrey de Mandeville 29: 156, 165
on Irish history 29: 156, 158
on land reform 23: 86, 88
'Liberties of the Borough of Colchester' 25: 72-8 on local history 29: 155, 157-8
on manorial descents 30: 144
on the peerage 29: 155-7
on place-names 29: 158
on politics 23: 83-8
on Protection 23: 88
on Radicalism 23: 84,87
Revised Bibliography of publications 29: 155-82
on royalty 29: 156
on St Helen's Chapel, Colchester 23: 82-3; 29: 158 'Short Studies in Topography and Family History' 26:
162-73
on siege of Colchester (1350) 22: 67, 70
on siege of Colchester (1648) 23: 80, 83
and the Victoria County History 24: 240; 29: 155, 158,
170
on Victorian Colchester 23: 79-90
and West Bergholt 23: 86-8; 25: 72, 76, 77; 29: 158
Round family 23: 79-80; 24: 243--4
round houses see structures, excavated (prehistoric (genera{):
Bronze Age/Iron Age) Roundwood see Stansted Airport Roxwell
Newland Hall25: 131
extended intruded cross-passage 22: 181, 182
lodging range 25: 160-73 (inc. illustr.)
brick nogging 25: 169-71, 170
east end 25: 171, 172
roof25: 165, 169
Thatchers Farm 27: 278
see also Writtle
Roxwell quarry, Chignall23: 39-50( inc. illustr.) prehistoric features 23: 39, 45-6, 49
Raman-British features 23: 39, 49
medieval features 23: 39,41-5,49-50
finds (mise.) 23: 48-9
pottery 23:46-8,47
structure 23: 42-5, 43, 49-50; 27: 175, 177
Royal Ordnance Works (Royal Gunpowder Factory) see Enfield Lock;Waltham Abbey{Waltham Holy Cross
Royal Society 25: 174, 175
Roydon
medieval estate 21: 49
19th cent. tithe commutation 25: 221, 222
Nether Hall, moated site, gatehouse 22: 156; 30: 193 Roydon Hall, medieval vineyard (later Vinegar Hills) 21: 48 Roydon Hall Decoy (duck decoy pond) 29: 186
rubbish-pits
medieval, Stebbingford 27: 116, 118, 123


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post-medieval, Leytonstone, Thorne Close 28: 301-2,
303--4
see also cess-pits
Rudling, David R., 'Late Iron Age and Roman Billericay: excavations 1987'21: 19--47
Ruffell, William, surveyor and map-maker 25: 224 Ruffie family, Earls Colne 28: 176
Ruggles-Brise, A. W., Rivenhall 26: 215
Ruggles-Brise, Sir John, Essays presented to (book review) 28:316-17
Ruoke, Richard, Colchester will (1510) 22:93
Rupert, Prince, and Temple Mills  armaments/gunpowder manufacture 22: 118
Rush, Alfred, map-maker 25: 222, 224
Rush, Hayward, map-maker 25: 222 Rushley  Island,  Foulness
and the identity ofWallfleet 26: 169, 170
red hill (poss.) 22: 153
Rutherfoord, Jane, Little Tey Church wall paintings 29: 136, 137
Ruyter, Admiral de 25: 180, 181 Ryan,P. M.
'Woodham Waiter Hall- its site and setting' 30: 178-95
et al.
'New House Farm and Hungry Hall, Cressing. The disintegration of the Cressing Temple estate or the Great Rebuilding?' 28: 156-64
'The Granary at CressingTemple' 25: 79-106
Ryder, Edward, Temple Mills lease 22: 115, 117
Rye (Sussex), medieval pottery 21: 101
Rye, Waiter, antiquary 23: 89
Rye House (Herts) 25: 103
Rypere, Thomas, Colchester clerk (15th cent.) 24: 129, 130,
131, 132

Sackville family of Mount Bures 27:339 Saffron Walden
general
cropmarks 28: 188
placename evidence 28: 311
prehistoric settlement 29: 122
medieval period 27: 340; 28: 139, 140; 30: 212, 226
'Battle Ditches' ('Magnum Fossatum') 22: 183-7,
184- 24:208-9;26:245;27:269;29: 122,
125,202
Church, building measurements 25: 111-12
landscape around 27: 174
Repel (Repell) ditches see 'Battle Ditches' above
and woodland 29: 116 post-medieval
16th cent., saffron crocus crop 28: 316; 29: 134
17th cent., vineyard 21: 48
19th cent. surveyors of 25: 224
Abbey Lane/Gibson Close area, Roman fort (poss.)/later Anglo-Saxon cemetery 29: 133
Audley End Road, County High School, mise. post- medieval deposits 29: 202
Castle, geophysical survey 29: 214
Castle Street 29: 125; 30: 226
Church Street 29: 125
No. 31, post-medieval evidence 29:201-2 Churchyard, Vergers Cottage and Parish Room 27: 278 Elm Grove Car Park (Fairycroft Road) 29: 202 Fairycroft House, ?medieval defences 22: 183-7, 184-7
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Saffron Walden (cont.)
Friends School, early Iron Age occupation 25: 259-63,
260-2
Gibson Close
No. 15, boundary ditch 27: 269
see also Abbey Lane above
High Street No. 19
extended intruded cross-passage 22: 180, 182
rear, timber-framed structure 22: 142, 143, 144
No. 33-No. 35: medieval to post-medieval structures 29: 122-35 (inc. illustr.)
No. 53 25: 232
No. 67 21: 123
Raynharn's Garage (former High Street Maltings) 30: 212,229
Little Walden Road, Golf Driving Range 27: 265 Market Hill21: 123
Museum 24: 124; 28:281
Museum Street 21: 123
Myddleton Place 29: 134
Myddleton House 25: 232
Park Lane 29: 128, 131, 133
No. 11 26: 245
StAylotts 27: 288
Swan Meadow, medieval defences 24: 208-9
Union Workhouse, Radwinter Road 30: 203, 212, 229
see also Audley End
Sage, EdwardJ., solicitor and antiquarian 25: 222-3; 26:
196,199
Sainte-Mere Eglise, William de, Bishop of London 26:
129
St Albans, Duke of (Royal Falconer), and Woodharn Waiter 30: 180, 193
St Albans (Herts)
late Iron Age features 25: 44
Dissolution of the monasteries 30: 138
St Germans (Cornwall) 25: 186 Saint Helier Gersey), gold tore 25: 2
St Lawrence ('villa sancti Lauencii')/Newland?, medieval manor 21:49
St Lawrence Bay, Blackwater estuary
duck decoy pond 28: 193
timber strl.lctures 26: 228, 229
St Martin-le-Grand,    London Domesday holdings 26: 163; 28: 142
and St Mary's, Maldon 26: 163; 28: 142-50 (inc. illustr.)
St Mawes (Cornwall) 25: 186, 187
St Mawes Castle (Cornwall) 25: 187
St Omer (France) 27: 197 StOsyth
19th cent. tithe map 25: 223
Clay Lane, Cemetery extension 28: 222
Norwood Lodge 25: 248
St Osyth Lodge Farm, Middle Iron Age features 30: 210, 215
tide mill 30: 273
WW2 defences 28: 201 St  Osyth's  Priory
12th cent. 29: 211
planting of town ofBrentwood 22: 81, 82; 28: 111 St Paul's   Cathedral
'Domesday of St Pauls' 27: 206, 208; 29: 233
as ecclesiastical landowner 21: 52; 27: 93, 210; 29:
116


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manor of Adulfesness  (now The Sokens) 27: 202, 203,
206-7
St Pol, Counts of27: 193-201
Anselm Camdeveine (d 1174) 27: 194-5
Gautier (d 1219) 27: 195-6
Guyll (d 1226) 27:196
Guy Ill (d 1289) 27: 197
Hugh IV (d 1205) 27: 195
Hugh V (d 1248) 27: 196, 197
St Pol, Elizabeth, Countess of27: 196 St Pol (France) 27: 194
StValery-sur-Somme,  abbey of (France)  21: 49 Salcott, Rectory, work of F. Chancellor 26: 217 Sales  Point,  Bradwell-on-Sea
fish-traps (kiddles) 24: 194; 29: 278, 279-80
fishing weir 27: 255; 28: 193, 194, 195, 196; 29: 275,
279-80,281,282
Salines, Stephen de (d 1262), and Farnham medieval manor 27: 198
Salisbury, earldom of see Longespee ('Longsword')
Salisbury   Cathedral geometric design of 25: 112
spire 29: 285
Salisbury Hall Playing Field see Walthamstow Salmon, Nathanael  (historian) 24:  157
Salough, John, Colchester will (1511) 22: 92 salt industry
prehistoric and Roman, and red hills 26: 65-81 (inc. illustr.)
Canvey Island, Leigh Beck Marshes 25: 247-8 Tollesbury Wick Marsh 27: 266, 274
see also briquetage; Burnham-on-Crouch  (Maple Lodge); red hills
saltpetre manufacture,  Stratford 22: 118
Salyng family, and Littlebury 26: 279, 280 Sampford,   Great
Mesolithic flint axe 27: 247-8,247
Free Roberts Farm, geophysical survey 28: 226 St Michael's Church 25: 270-9 (inc. illustr.)
Anglo-Saxon poss. minster 25: 273, 277, 278
medieval structure 24: 189, 190; 25: 270,271,273-7,
277-8
post-medieval structure 25: 273, 277
Shillingstone Field 29: 34,37-40,46-7
prehistoric features 29: 36
late Iron Age features 29: 36
Roman features 29: 33, 36, 40
pottery from 29:40-6,45,47
magnetometer survey 30: 230
resistivity survey 29: 33-6, 35
Samyne, John
Temple Mills, Stratford 22: 118
Waltharnstow Mills 23: 61
Samyne, Peter (son of John), gunpowder manufacturing
23:61
Sanderson, John (architect) 23: 173
Sandes/Sandis family ofWoodham Ferrers 24: 151-2
Sandon, St Andrew's Church, medieval doorway 25: 279-85 (inc. illustr.)
Sandtoft (S Humberside), Dutch Church 22: 122,123
Sandys,Archbishop Edwin (d 1588) 24: 151
Santon (Norfolk), harness mounts 22: 1
Saunderson, Robert, Colchester will (1540) 22: 95 Savage, Dr William, Temple Mills owner 22: 119 Savigniac Order, Coggeshall Abbey 29: 100, 103, 104





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Savill and Son, Sible Hedingham surveyors 25: 224 Sawbridgeworth (Herts), Neolithic causewayed enclosure
29:199
Saxe,William, Colchester bailiff (15th cent.) 21: 106 Say, Geoffrey de, and the royal forests 26: 129
Sayer, George, Colchester will (1595) 22: 95
Saynes Mill, Stratford 22: 116, 117
scabbards (poss.), Roman (poss.), Takeley 22: 139-40, 140 Scarborough (NYorks), medieval pottery kilns 23: 53 Schleswig-Holstein (Germany), brickwork 29: 104 Scollan, Maureen, Sworn to Serve: Police in Essex 184D-
1990 (book review) 25:290-1
Scotland, wars with see wars
Scott, George Gilbert (later Sir) (architect) 26: 212, 219;30:227
sculpture and incised stone
Roman, Lexden, Colchester, Beverley Road, Longinus' tombstone 28: 217; 29: 205
Roman (poss.), Takeley 22: 139-40, 140
medieval
Coggeshall, Kings Acre 26: 253
Felsted, Church of the Holy Cross 29: 253, 254
Halstead, St Andrew's Church 26: 152-4
Maldon, Carmelite Friary 30: 45
Newport, White House, High Street 22: 141-2, 141 Sandon, StAndrew's Church, doorway 25:284,285 Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 25: 251; 28:
117,123,124,126,131
Woodham Waiter, grave cover 22: 170-3, 171; 30: 186
see also architectural stonework
seal box base, copper alloy, Roman, Laver, High 30: 197 seal matrix, copper alloy, medieval, Vange 29: 283, 284 Sealey, P. R.
'New light on the salt industry and Red Hills of prehistoric and Roman Essex' 26: 65-81
'Some fmds of the Bronze and Iron Ages in Essex' 22: 1-12
seals
ceramic, Blanc de Chine, Chinese Porcelain miniature 28:
301,304
leaden
cloth, Colchester, Gosbecks 26: 262
French textile seal, Springfield 21: 154
Segeaux, Alice (wife of Richard, 11th Earl of Oxford d
1451) 28: 175
Selby, Robert, Colchester bailiff  (15th cent.) 21: 104 Self, John, Ingatestone constable (1834) 28: 294 Septimius Severus, Emperor see coins (Roman)
Sergeant, Revd E.W. 30: 176 settlement  patterns
general
medieval planned settlement 28: 111
peasants in Essex c. 13th-14th cent. 29: 115-21 Cressing 26: 133-41 (inc. illustr), 143-4
Felsted 26: 133, 142, 143; 27: 174
Little Wendens deserted medieval village 25: 243 Pentlow 30: 201
Sokens, The  (formerly Adulfesness)  27: 203-6
Tabor estate, Hocking 26: 143
Writtle 26: 133, 140-1, 140, 144
see also Stebbingford (medieval farm and landscape)
SewardsEnd
Shortgroves (nrThaxted), Romano-Egyptian pottery lamp
23: 125
see also Tiptofts


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Sewardstone, Waltham Holy Cross, 19th cent. tithe commutation 25: 221
Sewardstone Mills, Lea valley 22: 117; 23: 61
Shadrack,Thomas 29: 148,149, 151 shafthole implements, stone
Bishop's Stortford (Herts) 21: 141
Blackmore 21: 140-2, 141
Paglesham 23: 114-15
Rivenhall23: 114-15
Stanway 21: 141 shale  objects
late Bronze Age/early Iron Age (poss.), Southend, Fox Hall 26:36,38
Roman, Braintree, George Yard 24: 49
not precisely dated, Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm
27:31,33
shale/jet, not precisely dated, Bradwell-on-Sea, Othona
Community site 25: 68 Shalford
Church End, enclosure 27: 252
prehistoric and Roman linear features and fmds 24: 193 rectangular enclosures 21: 123
Redfants Manor, 14th cent. hall with cross-wings 24: 119,
121
see also Sheering Hall
Sharpe, Pamela, "'Temporal blessings" Poor women's employment in Essex during the French wars 1793-1815'27:226-36
Shaw and son, London printers 25: 224
Shawcross, J. P., A History of Dagenham 26: 199-203, 202
Shearplace Hill (Dorset), prehistoric bone 'weaving comb' 23: 117
sheep farming
late Bronze Age/Iron Age, and loomweights 26: 71 late Iron Age/Roman
and the Essex marshes 26: 76-7
and salt-licks 26: 68-9
Roman, Braintree, George Yard 24: 61 medieval
14th cent. Langenhoe 22: 67
Canvey Island, Leigh Beck Marshes (poss.) 25: 247-8
Sokens, The (Adulfesness)  27: 203,206,207
post-medieval26: 77
Cressing 28: 163 sheep/goat  bones
Iron Age, Birchanger, Woodside Industrial Park 25: 42, 43
Roman, Braintree, George Yard 24: 53-4,55,57,60 medieval, Canvey Island, Leigh Beck Marshes 25: 247-8 post-medieval, Saffron Walden, 33-35 High Street 29: 134
Sheepen see under Colchester Sheering
middle/late Bronze Age chisel/knife 23: 115-16, 116; 28:
181
late Bronze Age settlement 23: 116-17, 116
nr Sheering Church, prehistoric to medieval features 21:
119; 23: 117
Sheering Hall, Shalford, medieval estate of Coggeshale
family 22: 61,65
Shelford, Little, Romano-British  site 23: 112
Shelford Creek (Barnfleet) 26: 169, 170 shells
Boreham, Hull's Lodge Farm 24: 18
Roxwell quarry, Chignall 23: 42, 48-9
WalthamAbbey, Cornrnill stream 23: 146
see also oysters/oyster remains