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Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 1-20. Index (Epp - Gen)

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EPPING STREET (SETTLEMENT) 10: 200 EPPING UPLAND see COPPED HALL
ERITH, MR E,Ardleigh excavation 7: 14
ERKENWALD  (EARCONWALD), SAINT 2: 36, 39; 10:
53,71
ERPINGHAM, SIR THOMAS 8: 219 ESHER (SURREY) see SANDOWN PARK ESPAGNE FAMIT...Y
Essex fees 1: 179, 181-5, 187, 188-9
Hervey d'Espagne, Essex fees 1: 179, 181, 184, 185
John d'Espagne, Essex fees 1: 183, 184
Richard d'Espagne, Essex fees 1: 183, 184
William d'Espagne, Essex fees 1: 181, 182, 183, 184, 188 ESSEX
general
Archaeology in Essex toA.D. 1500 ed. by Buckley (book review) 13: 75-7
Archaeology and Planning 15: 153
Baxter Marriage Index 12: 115 excavations
1977 10: 240-8
1978 11: 101-10, 106
1979 12: 39-50, 45
1980 13: 48-62, 48
198114: 133-45, 134
1982 15: 163-72, 164
1983-4 16: 123-39, 124
198517: 156-65,157
1986 18: 104-13, 105
198719:260-71,261
1988 20: 157-71, 158
Historic  Buildings  see ARCHITECTURE industrial archaeology 9: 156
parish church dedications in 2: 34-46
middle Bronze Age sites 12: 82
Iron Age sites 10: 46
Roman settlement patterns in 4: 8; 12: 82
Romano-British 'small towns' 8: 1, 121-7; 9: 20, 21, 43; 12:
82
medieval period
11th cent. population changes 4: 128-33
clergy listed 1: 249-52
fees of the honour of Richmond 1: 179-89, 180
'Hundreds' 19: 197-8
indurated conglomerate in churches 18: 120
markets before 1350' 13: 15-21
and Peasants' Revolt 2: 271; 8: 212, 287-8
Richard IIand late 14th cent. crisis 2: 267-79; 8: 215 textile industry in late 12th and 13th centuries:
occupational names 20: 34-73
see also DOMESDAY SURVEY; INQUISIT/0 EUENSIS;   MANORS
17th cent.
1640 elections for Knights of the Shire 2: 143-6
Col Long, Parliament, Lord Gen. and county 2: 210-15 militia and alarum of 1625 15: 96-105
payment of Ship-money 1: 160-3; 2: 143
'Trained Bands' (during Charles I's reign) 2: 62-3, 65,
66,68-77
18th cent.
nobleman's fmances see GRIFFIN Turnpike Trusts  9:31,33
19th cent., agriculture in 1801 5: 185-201
NW: development of settlement 17: 120-32
prehistoric 17: 121-4, 122, 123, 129-30


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Romano-British period 17: 121, 122, 123, 124-5, 126,
127, 128, 130, 131
Anglo-Saxon period 17:121,122,123,126-7,128,131
Saxo-Norman 17: 122,123, 125-6, 128, 131
medieval17:  127-8, 131
NW: moated sites 16: 131-2
see also FRENCH WARS;  VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORIES; YOUNG, ARTHUR  and
individual places by name
ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL
Archaeology Section
1974-76 8: 144-83
1977 9: 60-94
197811:32-77
1979 12:51-85
1980 13:32-47
198114:111-32
1982 15: 119-55
1983-8416:82-122
1985 17: 141-55
198618:88-103
1987 19: 240-59
1988 20: 147-56
Local Government Planning Papers as sources 19: 231-9
ESSEX, EARL OF
appointed Captain-General by Charles I 2: 67
and  English   Civil War  2:67,69,70-1,72,76,213,214
see also BOuRCHIER; FITZPETER; MANDEVILLE ESSEX FEET  OF FINES  1: 111;20: 35-73 passim
ESSEX FIELD CLUB 10: 191
ESSEX RECORD OFFICE, The Chancellor Collection of Architectural Drawings 5: 202-24
ESSEX STANDARD (LATER ESSEX COUNTY
STANDARD), and]. H. Round's articles and letters 12: 4, 6, 7, 9-10
ESSEX, WEST, ARCHAEOLOGICAL  GROUP 10: 206,
221,224
ESSEXYEOMANRY15: 113,117
ESTANES (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see EASTON, LITTLE
ESTOLEIA/ESTOLLEIA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see WOODHAM FERRERS (STUDLY WOOD)
ESTRA (GOOD EASTER) see GOOD EASTER
ESTWOOD, MATTHEW, Colchester 'heretic' 15: 90 ETHELBERT (ALBRIGHT), SAINT (KING OF EAST
ANGLIA), church/chapel dedications 2: 38,
40;19:258
ETHELBURGA, SAINT, abbess of Barking 2: 39; 10: 53
EUDES FITZHERBERT, and Rettendon 1: 191, 195
EUSTACE OF BOULOGNE, COUNT 1: 40; 4: 132; 6: 83
Holland 20: 75
Langenhoe 14:91
Latchingdon 11: 9
Tolleshunta medieval manors 1: 242, 243,244
EVANS, THOMAS (RECTOR) 5: 234
EVERARD, SIR RICHARD 2: 63, 65, 71, 213
EVESHAM ABBEY MANOR (WORCS), medieval
dovecote 4: 51n
EVREUX CHARTER (1136) 6: 83
EWART PARK late Bronze Age metalwork phase
Fingringhoe 18: 7, 10, 11, 12, 13
Mersea, West 16: 104
Wickford Memorial Park 19: 242, 243
EWELL,JOHN, ROYAL ESCHEATOR 8: 212





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EWERS, BRONZE, The Towers, Heybridge  17:55,56,62 EXTON, BERNARD, Rector ofPeldon 7:62 EYNESWORTH, 11th cent. landholding 4: 130

FAIRS see MARKETS AND FAIRS FAIRSTEAD, Troys Farm 20: 96
FALEY,JOHN, COLCHESTER PARISH CLERK, ST PETER'S, COLCHESTER 15: 86
FAMBRIDGE, land reclamation by unemployed 18: 75-87, 76,  78-9,81-2, 84
FAMBRIDGE,  NORTH 1897 storm 18: 75, 76
Elizabethan manor court: leet jurisdiction 13: 4-5 Ferry Boat inn 18: 80
FAMBRIDGE, SOUTH
and Ely Abbey 1: 190, 195
medieval manor 8: 211
Wimshurst, Hollick & Co. (factory) 18: 77,80 FAMILY HISTORY see GENEALOGY
FANSHAWE, SIR RICHARD, AMBASSADOR UNDER CHARLES II1: 166
FANSHAWE, SIR THOMAS
as Exchequer official (1620s) 10: 120, 122, 123
Remembrancer of the Exchequer (1518-1601) 1: 166
FANSHAWE MANUSCRIPTS 1: 166
FARMER,]., on Old Copped Ha1117: 96, 98, 100, 105 FARMER, P. G. & N. C. & CUNNINGHAM, C. M., 'A
Horse and Rider Aquamanile from Harwich and the Significance of Scarborough Ware in Essex' 15: 54-67
FARMING  see AGRICULTURAL   BUILDINGS; AGRICULTURE
FARR, CAPT. HENRY 2: 69,214
FARRER, THOMAS, ofWallwood House, Leyton 1: 120, 121 FASTED, HENRY, and 16th cent. Colchester 15: 85-6 FAULKBOURNE, Church of St Germain (now St
Germanus' Church) 2:41
FAULKBOURNE HALL 20: 92
FAUSTINA THE ELDER (dAD 141), coin 12: 65,67
FAWKES, ROBERT, Rector of Peldon 7: 62 FEDERSENWERDE, NR CUXHAFEN  (GERMANY)  1:
99
PEERING
prehistoric features 15: 152
ring ditches 15: 152
?Neolithic long barrow  16: 92
All Saints Parish Church 20: 101
medieval period 8: 245,273
pottery 15: 65
Prested Hall Cottage: Roman pottery 8: 250 sewage disposal scheme 9: 61, 71; 11: 34,67
World's End Lane 11: 67
PEERING HILL, Sun Inn 11: 67
FEET OF FINES see ESSEX FEET OF FINES FELS,JOSEPH (PHILANTHROPIST) 18:77,83 FELSTED
late Iron Age/?early Roman querns 19: 249, 251
17th cent. token issuer 17: 177
church oak screen 5: 215
Peachey's Farmhouse, Willows Green 15: 157
Potash Farmhouse, frreplace 20: 96 FENCES AND PALISADES
Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8:8, 10, 11, 63
Rawreth 9: 26


FIGURINES


Saxon, Linford, Mucking 1: 64
Saxo-Norman enclosure, Waltham Abbey 5: 149
medieval, Braintree, Bank Street 8: 69
FENN CREEK seeWOODHAM  FERRERS, SOUTH FERRULES
copper alloy
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 56, 58
Saxon, Little Braxted 9: 84, 86
iron, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 30, 31 FESTINGES (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
BUTTSBURY   (FRISTLING/FRIZLAND HALL)
FEUARDENT, M. see ROLLIN & FEUARDENT
FIBULAE see BROOCHES
FIELD, MICHAEL (STOCKBROKER), and Pyrgo Park 18:48
FIELD NAMES see PLACENAME EVIDENCE FIELD SYSTEMS
Bronze Age, Chitts Hill, Colchester 9: 14, 15
Late Bronze Age/early Iron Age, Tilbury, West, Gun HillS:
95;17:62
'Celtic'
Mucking 9: 101; 10: 246
Orsett Cock 6: 17, 33, 36 Iron Age
Kelvedon, The Chase 12: 44
Springfield Cursus 15: 138
late Iron Age, Waltham, Little 17: 62, 63 late Iron Age/Roman
Braintree 8: 121-3(Fig. 49), 126
Chigborough Farm 20: 162
Chignal StJames 12:40
Romford, Warren Farm 20: 164-5
Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 17: 61, 62
Belgic, Colchester, Dugard Avenue 9: 97
Roman 17: 120, 127
Chignal StJames 13: 50
Dengie Peninsula 12: 109
Grays, Palmer's School 15: 20, 35
Mucking 5: 11, 14; 11: 107
Orsett 6: 35, 36
St Osyth, Wellwick Farm 15: 168, 171; 16: 134
Springfield Cursus 15: 138
Upminster, Manor Farm 16: 136
Anglo-Saxon, NW Essex 17: 127 medieval
Colchester and area 19: 159-65
Orsett Cock 18: 23, 25
not precisely dated
Dengie Hundred 20: 158, 164
Rochford 16: 20
see also BOUNDARIES  (FIELD); OPEN FIELD
SYSTEM
FIELD WALKING, NW Essex 17:120,121,124,125,126,127
FIGURINES
bronze
Braintree, Sandpit Road 20: 160
Thundersley, Dawes Heath (prob. Roman) 13: 66 chalk, Kelvedon 11: 104
pipeclay
Gaulish, Rawreth 9: 23
Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 23, 24
pre-Reformation(?), Buckhurst Hill, Chigwell16: 119
wooden, ?Iron Age, Dagenham 9: 77
see  also  STATUETTES




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FINCHALE PRIORY  (DURHAM)


FINCHALE PRIORY (DURHAM) 2: 240, 241 FINCHINGFIELD
Roman villa 1: 173 medieval period
11th cent. landholding 4: 129, 130
fulling mill20: 49
Jekylls (Phincingefelda in Domesday)  16: 42
medieval fee 1: 179, 181, 183, 184, 186-7
Norton ('Nortuna') (now Cornish Hall End) 1: 186; 16:42;20:47
textile trades 20: 47
Howe Hall (poss.Weninchou in Domesday) 16: 43 Petches, historic buildings survey 12: 88
Spains Hall1: 181, 184
(undated) brass-rubbing 11: 121  FINCHINGFIELD PARK,Justicehall manor accounts
1341-42 9: 107-12
FINGER RINGS see RINGS, FINGER FINGRINGHOE
Frog Hall Farm 18: 8, 11, 12
medieval manor of 2: 290, 291; 15: 173
Mersea Charter of Edward the Confessor 12: 95, 96; 14:
89, 90,91
Plane Hall Farm, late Bronze Age hoard 18: 7-15(inc. illustr.)
FINN, R.WELLDON
and Domesday Survey 12: 18-19, 21
population of Essex 1066-86 4: 128-33
'The Essex Entries in the Inquisitio Eliensis' 1: 190-5 FIRE EPISODES
Roman
Braintree 8: 127
Chelmsford 4: 6, 29; 8: 127; 17: 64; 20: 160
Colchester 2: 137-40; 3: 3-4, 7-8, 9, 12, 52, 65-6, 103,
121, 122, 123
medieval
Thurrock, Little, Rookery Hill 5: 118
WalthamAbbey manorial enclosufe 5: 148-9 FIREBARS, Romano-British pottery kilns, Mucking 5: 15,
18-19'     .
FIRED CLAY see CLAY
FIREPLACES, and chimney stacks 20: 92, 95, 96, 97, 98,99-
102
FISH BONES, Waltham·A bey monastic grange 4: 126 FISHERIES, 14th cent. Burnham manor 2: 147-8 FISHING INDUSTRY, Romano-British, Heybridge 17: 64
PITCH COLLECTION,LangfordJunction  17:57-9
FITZWALTER, ROBERT 2: 104-8, 112,120
FITZGEOFFREY,JOHN, EastTilbury hospital19: 154-5 FITZGILBERT (FITZ GILBERT), RICHARD, fief 4: 128,
132
FITZJOHN'S FARMHOUSE seeWALTHAM, GREAT
FITZPETER, GEOFFREY (LATER EARL OF ESSEX, d
1213), EastTilbury Hospital19: 154-5 FITZRALPH, MAUD (WIFE OF SIR WILLIAM) 6: 99,
100
FITZRALPH, SIR WILLIAM: BRASS AT PEBMARSH
CHURCH 6: 99-101
FITZWALTER, ALICE 6: 93
FITZWALTER  FAMILY 2:267, 268; 8:211,212
and 14th cent. Lexden manor 19: 164 FITZWILLIAM FAMILY, and Richard Coke 9: 132-3 FLAMBARD,RANULF   1:191
FLAMVILLE FAMILY 2: 5-7
FLANDERS  see  FLEMINGS


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FLAX CULTIVATION, medieval period 20: 37,47-8 FLAX REMAINS, Ashmans, Woodham Waiter 20: 128 FLEETWOOD, GEN. CHARLES, Civil War and
Protectorate 1: 197, 200, 201, 203, 204, 205,
206,207,208
FLEMINGS/FLEMISH
12th/13th cent. cloth trades 20: 46
architectural influences 20: 96, 102
in Colchester 15: 89
FLEMMING,ROBERT  17:107,108 FLINT, AS BUILDING MATERIAL
Braintree, Bank Street 8: 69
Cressing, All Saints' Church 6: 83, 84, 85
FLINTS AND FLINT-WORKING
prehistoric (general)
Althorne/Burnham-on-Crouch, Cliff Reach 12: 51, 53,
54
Ambresbury Banks 10: 193, 203, 204
Asheldham 14: 117, 130
Barking,AbbeyRoad 17:156
Birdbrook 13: 32, 33, 46
Boreham 8: 264, 272
Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall8: 249, 272
Braintree, Toft's Garage 17: 82, 87,91
Broads Green 19: 12
Broomfield Borrow Pit 17: 144, 146
Broomfield Plantation Quarry 17:73,74,78,80-1,80
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 53
Chignal StJames 11: 101
Clacton, Rush Green 8: 149; 15: 123, 126, 126
Coggeshall 9: 65, 71
Queen Street 17: 148, 150
St Peter's School19: 52, 58, 66
Colchester, eastern by-pass 13: 50
Crouch estuary 15: 167
Dovercourt 16: 83
Dunmow, Great, Stagg's Farm 11: 35, 36
Essex, NW  17:121-2
Hadleigh, Chapel Lane 18: 90
Heybridge 17: 11,29-31,30,61
Hill Wood, High Beach (Beech), Epping Forest 2: 224, 228
Kelvedon
Doucecroft 19: 33, 34, 35
The Chase 14: 140
Mersea, East 8: 144, 145
Mucking 5: 10
Orsett Cock 18: 31
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 17, 22, 25
Romford, Warren Farm 20: 165
Stanford le Hope Bypass 5: 119, 120
Stour valley 14: 114, 130
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 114, 118
Tilbury, West, Gun Hill 5: 90, 91,95
Tiptree 8: 145, 146
Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 16: 85, 86
WalthamAbbey monastic site 19: 147-8, 147
Walton-on-the-Naze  10: 233-4, 233
Witham 16: 82
Palaeolithic
Barling Hall 9: 60, 62, 65, 68, 69
HarlowTemple 20: 164
Purfleet, North Road 7:4-7, 8, 9, 10, 12
Romford 11: 32, 33
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FLINTS AND FLINT-WORKING, Palaeolithic (cont.)
Stanford le Hope Bypass 5: 119, 120
Walton on Naze 10: 233-4, 233
Acheulian industry 7: 12; 9: 60, 62, 65, 68, 69; 12: 51,
52
'Azilian points', poss. Walton-on-the-Naze 10: 233-4,
233
Clactonian industry 7: 4, 5-7, 8, 10, 12
'proto-Levallois' 7: 7, 9, 10, 12 Mesolithic
Althorne/Burnham-on-Crouch,  Cliff Reach 12: 51,53
Ardleigh 17: 141
Barking 17: 164
Barling Hall 9: 60
Bocking 17: 141
Braintree, Skitt's HillS: 110
Broxbourne Maglemosean mesolithic site 2: 224, 227-8
Burstead, Great 13: 32, 33, 46
Chesterford, Great, Plumb's Yard 16: 143
Colchester, Chitts Hill9: 12, 13
Downham, Wickford 2: 95
Epping Forest, Hill Wood, High Beach (Beech) 10: 206- 19(inc. illustr.)
HarlowTemple 20: 164
Kelvedon, The Chase 14: 140
Nazeingbury 10: 107
Netteswellbury 1S: 108
Purfleet, North Road 7:4, 5 Waltham Abbey
monastic site 2: 222, 222, 223-8, 225-8, 229-30, 233;
19:204
Saxo-Norman enclosure 5: 183
Waltham, Great, Howe Street (poss.) 15: 119, 120
Walton-on-the-Naze 10: 233, 234
Witham, Colemans Farm/Appleford Farm (poss.) 14: 111,112
Mesolithic/N eolithic Clacton, Little 16: 82, 83
Kelvedon 11:34,35
Neolithic
Althorne/Burnham-on-Crouch, Cliff Reach 12: 51, 53,
54;14: 113,114,130
Barling Hall 9: 60, 65
Colchester, Chitts Hill9: 12, 13
Harlow Temple 20: 164
Heybridge, Blackwater Sailing Club 19: 247
Kelvedon, Sawyer's Yard 16: 114, 115
Mount Bures 16: 132
Navestock 15: 119,120
Nazeing Mead 12: 52, 55
Orsett 11: 34, 35, 37
Springfield Cursus 13: 54
Springfield Lyons 19: 268
Stock (prob.) 12: 55, 56
Thurrock, Little, Rookery Hill 5: 115
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 222, 223
Walton-on-the-Naze 10: 233
Neolithic (?late Neolithic), Elmdon, Duddenhoe End 11: 34,35
Neolithic/Bronze Age
Coggeshall, East Street 19: 69, 75, 80
Kelvedon, Doucecroft 19: 33, 34, 35
Stanford-le-Hope Bypass 5: 119
Beaker/Bronze Age (prob.), Stanford-le-Hope Bypass 5:
120, 121


FOOD SUPPLIES AND AGRICULTURE


Bronze Age
Althorne/Burnham-on-Crouch, Cliff Reach 14: 113, 114
Colchester 16: 87
Danbury Camp (prob.) 10: 5, 18, 19
WalthamAbbey  19: 135,147,148 Waltham, Great, Broads Green 1S: 107 Wickford S: 248,272
Woodham Waiter (prob.) S: 243, 272
Early Bronze Age, Witham, Colemans Farm/Appleford Farm 14: 111, 112
Early to Middle Bronze Age,Witham 16: 87
late Bronze Age Braintree 17: 91
Broads Green 20: 147
Iron Age, Linford, Mucking 1: 102
Saxon, Linford, Mucking 1: 104
medieval, poss. pot boilers, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 179
unorthodox (poss. Neolithic/Bronze Age), Stanford-le­
Hope 5: 123-5, 124
not precisely  dated
Braintree
Blyths Meadow 15: 47
Mount House 16: 39 Rayne Road S: 26
Brightlingsea, Moverons Pit 12: 56, 57 Canewdon, Butts HillS: 152
Henham, Great Hall Field 13: 38
Kelvedon 16: 82 Oakley, Little S: 156 Rochford 16: 16
Saffron Walden Battle Ditches 1: 150 Thurrock, Rainbow Wood 6:7,8-11 Wicken Bonhunt S: 166
Wormingford Churchyard: cruciform 11: 74-5, 74
see also ARROWHEADS; AXES; BLADE CORES; BLADES;  KNIVES;  MICROBURINS; SCRAPERS
FLIXTON (SUFFOLK), medieval tiles 10: 155-6
FLOODING EPISODES
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 51 and St Nicholas as patron saint 2: 43 Skitt's Hill, Braintree S: 110, 111
see  also  FAMBRIDGE
FLOOR TILES  see TILES FLOORS
clay
Roman, Colchester 3: 7, 13, 45, 51-2
medieval, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 137, 138,
165-6
not precisely dated, Eastwood, Marshall's Farm 12: 42
see  also  COBBLED  FLOORS;  OPUS SIGN/NUM;
TESSELATED  SURFACES; TESSERAE
FOBBING, medieval period, landholding 4: 129
FOLET, MILO, Rector ofPeldon 7: 61
FOLET, ROBERT, Rector ofPeldon 7: 61
FOOD AND DRINK, Assize of Bread and Ale 13: 4, 5, 6 FOOD AND FOOD PREPARATION
Bronze Age, Braintree, Marlborough Road 9: 74 Roman, Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 24-5
Saxon, Nazeingbury burials, bone analysis 10: 56, 57
Saxo-Norman, Waltham Abbey manorial enclosure 5: 151 FOOD  SUPPLIES AND AGRICULTURE
1801 inEssex5: 185-6,190-2
Waltham Abbey Grange 4: 89, 90, 94





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FORD CASTLE (NORTHUMB)


FORD CASTLE (NORTHUMB), medieval pottery 8: 185,
186-7,193
FORD END, NR GREATWALTHAM: NEW CHURCH 5: 210, 218
FORDEHAM/FORHAM  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)
see  FORDHAM,  LITTLE
FORDHAM, Bradefelda? in (Domesday placename) 16: 44 FORDHAM, LITTLE, Fordeham  (Domesday placename),
later Bourchiers Hall, Aldham 16: 42
FORDHAM (CAMBS), tokens 20: 133
FORDYCE, ALEXANDRA (BANKER) 18: 70, 72 FOREST HALL (LATER NORTON) see ONGAR, HIGH FOREST see WOODLAND AND FOREST
FORGE, DR, of Rochford 18: 80
FORSTER, REV. NATHANIEL 19: 224 FORTS
Roman
Bradwell-on-Sea  (Othona) 8: 234-8, 235; 9: 77; 10: 71;
12:60-1
Chelmsford 4: 4-7
Chesterford, Great 10: 244; 12:42-3
Manchester  8: 64-5
Tudor, Mersea, East, Cudmore  Grove  15: 145-9, 147-8 see also COALHOUSE  FORT; HILLFORTS;  ORSETT
COCK; TILBURY, WEST  (TILBURY FORT)
FOSSETT'S FARM CAMP see PRITTLEWELL  CAMP
FOUCHERS, EAST HORNDON see HORNDON, EAST FOULNESS
18th cent. brick structures 14: 139
Courtsend, late 18th-cent. signal house 15: 166
Ridge Marsh Farm, farm-house survey 12: 42; 15: 166
sea gutters 17: 160
see also HAVENGORE  ISLAND; SHELFORD, LITTLE
FOULSHURST, SIR ROBERT, tomb at Barthomley (Cheshire) 16: 60, 61
FOUNDRIES, IRON, Colchester  14: 102-10(inc. illustr.) FOUNTAINS ABBEY (YORKS) 10: 141
FOWE'S FARM, BELCHAMP OTTON see BELCHAMP
OTTON
FOX, JOHN, clay-pipe maker, Spalding 15: 109, 110 FOXEARTH
medieval clergy 1: 250
medieval cloth trades 20: 56
Westend Hall (Westuna in Domesday) 16: 43 FOXLEY, ROBERT, Rector ofPeldon 7: 63
FRAMSDEN HALL (SUFFOLK) 20: 102
FRANCIS, SAINT, and church dedications 2:41 FRANKLIN, BRIG. M. E. W., Great Horkesley kiln site 7:
54
FREEMAN, E. A. (HISTORIAN) 12: 5
FRENCHWARS  5: 185
agricultural depression following 14: 106
business expansion 14: 103, 104
Chelmsford defences 20: 161
and Colchester politics 19: 226-7
fire beacons, Volunteers and local militia 1803-1811 15: 113-18
Foulness, Courtsend signal house 15: 166
and parish church maintenance 5: 203
FRESHWELL, MEDIEVAL HUNDRED OF 1: 179; 20:
44
FRIDAY WOOD, COLCHESTER see under
COLCHESTER
FRINTON, as seaside resort 16: 77


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FRINTON MANOR, 11th cent. landholding 4: 131 FRISTLING/FRIZLAND  HALL see BUTTSBURY
FROST, GEORGE, Thorpe plumber/painter  2: 127, 128
FROST, SIMON, Thorpe painter/plumber  2: 127-8 FRYERNING
church 2: 335; 5: 211
Howelett's Hallll: 80
Inga (prob. Domesday manor) 16: 45
Stoneymore Wood, post-medieval tile-kiln 13: 51 FULLER, ROBERT (LAST ABBOT OFWALTHAM)  19:
198
FULLERS see TEXTILE-WORKING (Essex occupations) FULLERY/WASHING AREA, medieval, Barking, Abbey
Road 17: 156
PULLING MILLS, and medieval cloth industry 20: 48-9, 54,71n
FUNERARY MONUMENTS see BRASSES; CROSSES;
MEMORIALS;  TOMBS/TOMBSTONES FYFIELD
11th cent. landholding 4: 132
17th cent. Ship-money payment 1: 162, 163 FYFIELD HALL, 2-bay aisled hall 4: 48&n FYTCHE FAMILY, ofWoodham Waiter 20: 131

GALBRAITH, PROE VIVIAN HUNTER (HISTORIAN) 12: 12-13, 15,33
GALE, THOMAS, ST MARY MAGDALEN, HOSPITAL, COLCHESTER  15:88,91
GALLEYWOOD,  13th cent. hunting-lodge  9: 150 GALLIENUS  see COINS, Roman
GAMING PIECES
bone, Roman, Braintree, Letch's Yard 16: 125 ceramic, Waltham Abbey monastic site 19: 143, 147
glass, poss., Roman, Colchester, Lewis's Gardens 1: 12
see  also  COUNTERS
GANT, L. H., et al., 'Medieval and Later Pottery from
Stockwell Street, Colchester' 1:41-51 GARDENS AND GARDENING
Audley End 17: 162; 19: 266-8, 267
Chipping Ongar, The Pleasance, mise. horticultural structures 19: 253
Copped Hall, Old, rock garden 17:96-7, 100, 101, 105
Pleshey Castle (poss.) 19: 175
Pyrgo Park 18: 48
Thorndon Hall, Old, West Horndon 8: 180, 181
Woodham Waiter Hall 20: 170
see also MARKET  GARDENING; PARKLAND GARDEROBES,  Southchurch  Hall9:  104; 11: 108; 12: 47;
14: 142;15: 168;16: 133;18:37
GARFORD (HEREFORD), medieval dovecote 4: 51n GASCOIGNE, SIR WILLIAM  (CHIEF JUSTICE)  6: 93 GATEHOUSES
Chickney, Sibley's farm (later dovecote) 15: 157
Ockendon Hall, South 18: 97-8,99
Southchurch Hall15: 168; 16: 133; 18: 37 GEDDESTUNA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME),
CHAFFORD HUNDRED 16: 44
see also WARLEY, LITTLE GEFFREY,JOHN   2: 271
GELDHAM  (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)  see
YELDHAM,  GREAT
GENEALOGY 9: 154-5; 11: 118-19; 12: 115-16; 13: 74-5;
14: 159-60
and J. H. Round 12: 32
GENOA, ITALY, Baroque style 5: 227, 228






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