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Friday, 11 December 2015

Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 1-20. Index (Geo - Ilf)

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.

GEOFFREY DE MANDEVILLE see MANDEVILLE, GEOFFREYDE
GEOFFREY  OF MONMOUTH  2: 39 GEOLOGY
and pottery-making in Trinovantian area 14: 15-16
AmbresburyBanks 10:191,193
Barling Hall 9: 62
Braintree 9: 71; 15: 38
Chelmsford 19: 40
Chignal St}ames 9: 77
Clacton, Rush Green 8: 147
Coggeshall19: 81, 83
Danbury Camp 10: 3
Dengie Peninsula 12: 108, 109
Fingringhoe 18: 7
Good Easter 11: 62
Harwich, George Street 16: 23
High Easter, Maidens Tye 19: 176
Ingrave, site of St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 48 Latchingdon 11: 6
Ockendon, South, Romano-British site 2: 83-4
Orsett Cock 18: 17
Rayleigh 18: 39
Rochford 16: 7
Wickford, Beauchamps Farm 12: 63 GEOMORPHOLOGY
Braintree 15: 38
Danbury Camp 10:3
GEORGE II,KING 4: 125; 18: 71 GEORGE ill, KING
accession 19: 225
and Borough Charter of Colchester 18: 72
coins 4: 125; 5: 238
insanity of 19: 226
GEORGE, SAINT, church dedications 2: 40
GERHAM (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see YELDHAM,
GREAT (Spaynes Hall) GERMAIN, SAINT, and church dedications 2:41 GERNON, ROBERT 4: 132
GERNUN FAMILY, 'ANSTEY CASE' AND MEDIEVAL INHERITANCE  15: 68-83
GERRARD, SIR GILBERT 2: 70
GERRILD CHURCH, JUTLAND (DENMARK), medieval
plough representation 4: 116-17
GERVERS, MICHAEL, 'The textile industry in Essex in the late 12th and 13th centuries: a study based on occupational names in charter sources' 20:
34-73
GESTINGTHORPE
Bronze Age axe 18: 88
Roman period
settlement 1: 173, 175
stud find 14: 147, 148
medieval cloth trades 20: 45, 59
1801 agricultural survey 5: 188, 196
Moat Farm 15: 157-8
see also POTTERY (ROMAN) GETA, EMPEROR 8: 8
GIBSON FAMILY, Saffron Walden 1: 155
GIDEA HALL, ROMFORD see COOKE (COKE)
FAMILY
GIFFARD FAMILY, and Finchingfield Park 9: 107
GIFFARD,JOAN 9: 107, 109-10
GIFFARD,THOMAS 9:107, llOn
GIFFORD, WILLIAM, bricklayer 2: 127


GOING,C.J.


GIFFORDS HALL, STOKE-BY-NAYLAND  (SUFFOLK) 17: 173;20: 101
GIKEL (GYKEL) FAMILY, Essex fee of 1: 185, 186-7
GILBERD,]EROME, COLCHESTER LAWYER  15: 91 GILBERD SCHOOL see COLCHESTER
GILBERT FOLIOT, BISHOP OF LONDON 2: 304, 323-4
GILES,ALFRED A., Rector ofPeldon 7:67
GILES, SAINT, and parish church dedications  2: 39, 43 GILMAN, P. J.
and Bennett,A. (eds) 'The Work of the Essex County
Council Archaeology Section, 1988' 20: 147-
56
'Excavations in Essex 1988' (ed.) 20: 157-71
et al., 'Ashmans, Woodham Waiter: a post-medieval house and its setting' 20: 120-32
GILPIN,WILLIAM 17:162
GING-RALF/GINGES RAUF (INGRAVE) 9: 48
see also INGRAVE
GINGA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see HORNDON,
EAST  (FOUCHERS) GLASS OBJECTS
Roman
Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 55, 58, 67,68
Colchester
Lewis's Gardens 1: 7, 12, 15, 27-8
Telephone Exchange site 3: 33, 34
Nazeingbury 10: 104, 105
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 18-19, 19
Springfield Cursus (prob.) 15: 139
Waltham, Little, Shopfield 2: 53
Anglo-Saxon, Prittlewell19: 108, 112, 113 medieval, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 179 post-medieval
Braintree, Mount House 16: 39
Canfield, Great 12: 63
not precisely  dated
Barling Hall 9: 68
Dawes Heath, prob. Roman villa 13: 66 Rochford 16: 16
Southchurch Hall18: 37
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 166, 167
see also BEADS; GAMING PIECES; VESSEL  GLASS; WINDOW   GLASS
GLASTONBURY (SOMERSET), early timber chapels 10:
73
GLEMSFORD (SUFFOLK), medieval cloth trades 20: 45
GLENDOWER, rebellion of8: 219 GLOUCESTER, DUKES OF
Humphrey Duke of 2: 268; 8: 212, 221
see also THOMAS OFWOODSTOCK
GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL, tomb ofEdward II,King 16: 57, 58, 59
GOAT BONES see SHEEP/GOAT BONES GODCHESTER  (GOOD EASTER) see GOOD EASTER GODICESTRE  (GOOD EASTER) see GOOD EASTER GODMANCHESTER   (HUNTS)  8: 125
Colchester pottery 14: 52
'lamp chimney' 8: 23
mansio 20: 181
GODMANSTON (DORSET), medieval manor of 2: 1, 2 GOD'S EASTER (GOOD EASTER) see GOOD EASTER GODWINSON, HAROLD see HAROLD, EARL
GOING, C. J., 'The Mansio and other sites in the south- eastern sector of Caesaromagus: the Roman
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GOLD OBJECTS


GOLD OBJECTS
Anglo-Saxon,Prittlewell19:  105,108,111,113,114
see also COINS; PENDANTS; RINGS, FINGER GOLDHANGER
'hoax' Roman hoard  8:251-2 medieval clergy 1: 250
'red hill' 14: 19,20-5, 21,22
see also CHIGBOROUGH FARM; KILNS, pottery ('Belgic');  ROOK  HALL
GOLTHO (LINCS), smithy 5: 141 GOOD  EASTER
church 5: 207
belfry 5: 208 medieval period
11th cent. landholding 4: 131
textile trades 20: 49, 54, 59
moated sites 11: 61-4, 62, 62-3(Pl. I)
Armours 11: 62, 63
Bowers (prebendal manor) 11: 62, 63
Elbows 11: 62, 63
Falconers (Fawkeners) (prebendal manor) 11: 62, 63, 64
Fouchers 11: 62, 63
Great Newarks (formerly Newlands Fee) 11: 62, 63,64 Imbers (Embers/lnberds/Embirds)  (prebendal manor)
11:62,63
Paslowes (prebendal manor) 11: 62, 63,64
The Vicarage 11: 62, 63, 64
Wares 11: 62, 63, 64
GOODMAN, ANTHONY, 'The Countess and the Rebels: Essex and a Crisis in English Society' 2: 267- 79
GOODMAYES, St Paul's Church: restoration 5: 214, 214-
15(Pl. Ill), 218
GORDON,JOHN, Mesolithic industry at High Beach, Epping 10: 206,207, 249
GORHAMBURY (RANTS), early Roman villa 19: 38 GOSBECKS see COLCHESTER
GOSFIELD
Bovingdon Wood 8: 177
Kemp's Wood 8: 177-8; 12: 83
Morells medieval manor 8: 210
Park Hall medieval manor 8: 210, 211
Park Hall Wood 8: 177
GOUGES, SOCKETED, late Bronze Age, Fingringhoe 18: 9, 10, 12
GOUGH,ANTHONYW., 'The Rectors ofPeldon' 7:61-70 GOUGH, RICHARD
Anecdotes of British Topography 20: 143, 144, 145, 146
and Philip Morant 20: 143-6 GRAFFITI
Roman
on pottery
Colchester 3: 71, 79
Heybridge 17: 45, 46
Ockendon, South 2: 88, 89
VERUS (potter's name) 5:24
on tiles, Crescent Road, Heybridge 17: 57, 59
not precisely dated, Little Oakley, wall plaster 9: 100 GRAIN see PLANT  REMAINS
GRANARIES
late Bronze Age/early Iron Age, Coggeshall (poss.) 19: 66 Iron Age
poss. raised: Rainbow Wood, Thurrock 6: 4-5
and 'round houses' 14: 7 Roman


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Chignal StJames 11: 101
Colchester, stone 17: 159 post-medieval
17th cent., Bluegate Hall Farm, Great Bardfield 11:.81 18th cent., (poss.) Margaretting, Canterburys 11: 84 Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 33
Wethersfield, Danes Vale Farm 11: 88
see also BARNS
GRANTHAM, R. F. (CANVEY ISLAND
COMMISSIONERS FOR SEWERS)  18: 75
GRAVEL METALLING, Heybridge 17: 13, 15, 17
GRAVEL QUARRYING, Gun Hill, WestTilbury 5: 50 GRAVES see CEMETERIES; CREMATION BURIALS;
INHUMATIONS; TOMBS/TOMBSTONES
GRAVESANDA, BARSTABLE (DOMESDAY
PLACENAME)  see GRAVESEND  (WEST? TILBURY)
GRAVESEND, WEST? TILBURY (GRAVESANDA IN DOMESDAY) 16: 42
GRAVESTONES      see  TOMBS/TOMBSTONES
GRAY, CHARLES
and Colchester Castle wellS: 237
MP for Colchester (18th cent.) 18: 63, 66, 68, 70-1, 72;
19:224,225
GRAY OFWERKE, LORD 2: 69-70,71
GRAYS, Palmers Grammar School for Girls (now Palmer's Sixth Form College), Romano-British pottery kiln 5: 113, 118; 11: 51; 15: 11-35 (inc. illustr.)
GRAYSTHURROCK
prehistoric metalwork hoard 18: 11
1801 agricultural survey 5: 192, 196
GRAYS THURROCK MUSEUM, 1977 activities 9: 157 GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY (G.E.R.), and Clacton
development 16: 75, 76
GREEN, ERIC KENNETH, Rector ofPeldon 7: 68 GREEN, RALPH:TOMB AT LOWICK (NORTHANTS)
6: 93, 9Cr7(Pl. VII)
GREENSAND STONE
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 79 Old Copped Hall17: 105
GREENSTEAD
medieval period 20: 43
14th cent. tenements 19: 159-60, 162, 163 GREENSTEAD HALL see HALSTEAD
GREENSTED, Saxon church 5: 210, 211; 10: 69, 72, 73, 74
GREGORY Ill,POPE 2: 35
GRENE,JOHN,JUSTICE  2: 280,283
GREY, LORD JOHN, and Pyrgo (16th cent.) 18: 48 GREY FAMILY OFWILTON 11: 9
GREY  GOOSE FARM  see  ORSETT
GRIFFIN FAMILY 9: 114, 115
2nd Baron Braybrooke (Lord Lieut. of Essex c. 1803), for­ merly RichardAldworth-Neville  15: 114,115
Sir John (later 4th Lord Howard de Walden and 1st Baron Braybrooke) 9: 113-28; 11: 90-100
military and professional career 13: 22-31
GRIGGS OF HILL HOUSE, NR KELVEDON, General
View of Agriculture ... 5: 187 GRIMSDITCHWOOD,        SAFFRONWALDEN
earthworks
medieval/post-medieval woodland management 20: 157-
8, 165
putative Iron Age hillfort/oppidum 10: 22; 15: 51.; 17:
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GRIMSTON (NORFOLK), meqieval pottery 15: 59 GRIMSTON, MR HARBOTTLE (SON OF SIR
HARBOTTLE) (d 1683) 2: 63, 65, 67, 68,
70,76,212
GRIMSTON, SIR HARBOTTLE (d 1647) 2:62,63, 144,
145,146;10:123;15:98
GRIMWOOD,JOHN, Recorder of Colchester 19: 225, 226 GROVE FIELD CAMP see PRITTLEWELL CAMP GROVE HALL, TOLLESHUNTS  1: 245, 246 GRUBENH.A"USER see SUNKEN-FEATURED
BUILDINGS
GRUENFELDER, JOHN, 'The Election for Knights of the Shire for Essex, Spring 1640' 2: 143-6
GRYME'S DYKE 9: 1, 15, 17, 18, 19; 10: 242; 11: 115
GUN HILL, WEST TILBURY
excavations 5: 48-112(inc. illustr.) prehistoric features (general) 5: 51, 95
Iron Age features 5:51-9,59, 95-9; 17:62
ceramic loomweights 14: 120, 121
Belgic features 10: 46
Romano-British  features 5: 59-64,99-100
later Roman features 5: 64
Anglo-Saxon period 5: 50,66-8, 69, 100
medieval and later features 5: 69-70 undated features: 5: 7Q-1
features and assoc. fmds (list) 5: 102-8
see also KILNS, pottery  (Roman); POTTERY GURNEY, DAVID, 'Red Hills of the Dengie Peninsula' 12:
107-9
GYFORD, JANET, and Thompson, R. H., 'The Witham hoard of 17th-century tokens and George Robinson the issuer' 20: 133-42
GYPESHO  (NIPSELL'S  RAYMENTS)  see MAYLAND

HACFLET  (HACKFLEET)  (DOMESDAY
PLACENAME) see BRADWELL-ON-SEA HADHAM  (MUCH AND LITTLE)  (HERTS)
pottery kilns see KILNS, pottery
see also BRICK KILN FARM; BROMLEY HALL FARM; TILEKILN   FARM
HADLEIGH
Chapel Lane
early Iron Age enclosure ditch 18: 88, 89, 90
pottery from 18: 90, 91
placename (poss. Lea in Domesday) 16: 45 rural colony system 18: 75
HADLEIGH CASTLE
de Vere as constable 2: 267-8
medieval, pot quern 15: 175-6, 176
HADRIAN, EMPEROR, coins 8: 245
HADRIAN'S WALL, Hull's work on 14: 1 HAD STOCK
Saxon occupation 17: 126
Cadenhou (Domesday placename)  16:41 and Ely Abbey 1: 190, 194
'Maddings' 20: 100
medieval market granted 13: 15, 17
medieval pottery 1: 147
St Botolph's Church 2: 38; 9: 100
HAILES ABBEY  (GLOS)  10: 138 HAINAULT  NURSERY  see NAZEINGBURY
HAINCTUNA  (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)  see
ASHELDHAM
HAITHABU, NR SCHLESWIG (GERMANY), timber
building 10: 69


HALLSTATT PERIOD


HALES FARM, MUNDON/PURLEIGH, Halesduna  (poss.
Domesday placename) 16:45
HALESDUNA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME), poss. Hales
Farm, Mundon/Purleigh  16: 45 HALINGHEBERIA/HALLINGEBERIA  (DOMESDAY
PLACENAME)  see HALLINGBURY
HALL, CARTER, Rector ofPeldon 7: 67 HALL,JAMESWATSON, 'Lieut. of Division', early 19th
cent. 15: 113, 114
HALLAM, THOMAS, of East Bergholt 18: 64 HALLINGBURY, Halingheberia/Hallingeberia (Domesday
placename) 16: 45
HALLINGBURY, GREAT seeWALLBURY CAMP HALLS
medieval
2-bay aisled 4: 48
see alsoTOLLESBURY  HALL (below);WALTHAM
ABBEY MONASTIC GRANGE (Bldg I)
hearths and smoke hoods/bays 20: 92, 93
Canewdon, Lambourne Hall 12: 87
Canfield, Great, Marsh Farm 11: 81
Canfield, Little, Stone Hall 16: 120 Crepping Hall, Chappel9:  150
Earls Colne, Oxford House 16: 153, 153, 154 Hatfield Broad Oak, Forest Cottage 16: 120 Heybridge Hall 12: 89-90
Margaretting, Canterburys 11: 84
Plesheybury 11: 8
Sampford, Great, Store House  11:82-3 Stanway
Beaconend Farm 11: 85
Catchbells, London Road 11: 85
White Hart Farm 11: 85-6
Thaxted, Proud's Farmhouse  11:86-7 Tollesbury Hall 18: 53-62(inc. illustr.) Waltham, Little
Shuttleworth, Wheelers Hill12: 90
Thorleys (formerlyThorleys Farmhouse)  16: 120 Wethersfield, Brook Farm11: 87
Wimbish, Tiptofts 11: 88
Witham
Chipping Hill (Nos 51, 53 and 55) 12: 92
Newland Street, Highway Cottage 12: 92 medieval/post -medieval
and brick chimney stacks 20: 94, 95, 96
Cressing, Horsehoes 11: 79-80
Kelvedon, 'Chanteclair' (High Street): cross-wing with open hall9: 89-91
Stebbing, Priors Hall 12: 91
Wethersfield, The Gables 11: 88 post-medieval
Holland, Little 20: 74-5,8Q-1, 80
Waltham Holy Cross, Black Cottage, Aimes Green 9: 105
WoodhamWalter,Ashmans   20:  120,122-4,123-4 17th cent.
Brook House Farm, Chigwell, poss. late medieval to 17th cent. transition  1: 236-8
Chigwell, Brook House Farm 1: 224, 225-6&n
not precisely dated, Nazeing: Nazeingbury 9: 102 HALLSTATT    PERIOD
Hallstatt 'C' 18: 7
Iron Age 14: 9
Danbury Camp 10:3
Harling, West (Norfolk) 1: 81





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HALLSTATT  PERIOD


HALLSTATT PERIOD, Iron Age (cont.)
Linford, Mucking 1: 57, 83-4(&n), 85
Wickford 2: 330 HALSTEAD
Roman villa 1: 173, 175
11th cent. landholding 4: 130
12th/13th cent. textile trades 20: 34-62 passim
fulling mill20: 48
13th cent. market licensed 13: 16, 17, 18
1801 agricultural survey 5: 191, 197
Chapel Hill, Old Rectory, carved stonework 20: 151
Greenstead Hall, Roman pottery kiln 11: 50; 14: 64
Holy Trinity Church 20: 151
StAndrews parish church: tombs 6: 95, 96; 16: 61
see also KILNS, pottery  (Roman)
HAM, EAST, Hammarsh (Domesday placename) 16: 42
HAM, WEST 8: 245
12th/13th cent. cloth trades 20: 54, 59
13th cent. market licensed 13: 17
1801 agricultural survey 5: 190, 199
All Saints' Church 16: 136-7
see also STRATFORD; STRATFORD BROADWAY; STRATFORD   LANGTHORNE
HAMBERT'S FARM see WOODHAM FERRERS, SOUTH
HAMBLY, NICHOLAS, 17th cent. clay-pipe maker, Truro 15: 109, 111
HAME (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see HAM, EAST
(Hammarsh)
HAMMER SCALE, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 135, 142, 153-4
HAMMOND, HUBERT (FAMBRIDGE BREACHES SCHEME) 18: 83, 85
HAMPDEN,JOHN 2: 61, 63, 65, 71, 143, 144, 210
HAMWIH (SOUTHAMPTON), Saxon bone comb 17: 172
HANBOROUGH (OXON), 'Belgic' kilns 14: 19, 24, 25
HAND BIER, Blackmore Church 5:215-16 HAND-AXES see AXES
HANGLETON  (SUSSEX), medieval pottery 1: 45 HANIES/HENI (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
HENNY, GREAT
HANKEY, HARRY, Rector ofPeldon 7: 66 HANNINGFIELD,  EAST
Lough Hill House, The Tye 12: 87 new church 5: 209-10,218
HANNINGFIELD, SOUTH
and Ely Abbey 1: 190, 191, 195
new church belfry 5: 208 HANNINGFIELD,  WEST
Cob Cottage, post-medieval house 12: 91-2
'Galleyview', medieval pottery 17: 148
Kents Farmhouse 15: 161
HANSEATIC LEAGUE 20: 101
HANSON,JOHN, 'Lieut. of Division', early 19th cent.15: 113
HARBOURS  see WATERFRONTS
HARDWICKE, LORD 19: 224 HARE BONES
Canvey Island 2: 19
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 24, 25
HARE, H. T. (ARCHITECT) 5: 230, 232-3(Pl. V)
HAREWOOD (YORKS) 6: 93
HARFORD, JAMES, 17th cent. clay-pipe maker, Boston 15: 109, 110
HARLACKENDEN,JOHN   (DEVERE'S STEWARD)  16: 54


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HARLAND, DANIEL, Thorpe bricklayer 2: 123  HARLING, WEST (NORFOLK), Hallstatt settlement 1: 81,
85
HARLOW
Bronze Age pottery vessels 16: 99-100, 99
Roman road to Chigwellll: 53 medieval period
clergy 1: 250
medieval Hundred of 1: 179; 10: 31; 20: 46
Domesday placenames
Brendhall (Herlaua in Domesday) 16:42
Kitchen Hall (Walla? in Domesday) 16: 43 Moor Hall16: 42
Walda (medieval manor), laterWeldes (alias Sewaldes)
16:43
17th cent. pottery products? 8: 173
1801 agricultural survey 5: 188, 189, 197
brass-rubbing  11: 122, 122-3(Fig. 5)
Harlowbury Chapel16: 129; 17: 160, 165
Harlowbury House 16: 129
Museum, 1977 activities 9: 157
'Old House' 20: 100
River Way, Roman well13: 52
St Mary and St Hugh, parish church of 2: 35 Stafford House, Roman features 12: 43; 13: 52 see also HOLBROOKS; MARK HALL
HARLOWTEMPLE 13: 58; 17:161
prehistoric features/finds 20: 164
Iron Age/Roman features 18: 107; 19: 265; 20: 164
late Roman buckle 18: 115-20, 115, 116
and regional Christianity 18: 118, 119 HARMAN,JAMES, and Clacton-on-Sea development 16:
70,71,72,75,77,78,79
HAROLD, EARL (later King) 6: 82
and manor ofWaltham 4: 32; 5: 127, 129, 151-2
and Waltham Abbey 2: 216, 220; 10: 128; 18: 111; 19: 118,
120
HARRISON, CHRISTOPHER R., Rector ofPeldon 7: 67 HARRISON, WILLIAM (RECTOR) 5: 239
HARRISON FAMILY, and William Mayhew 18: 65 HARSNETT, ARCHBISHOP  SAMUEL
library bequeathed to Colchester 12: 5-6
surname and its origin 1: 259
HART, CYRIL, 'The Mersea Charter of Edward the Confessor' 12: 94-102
HARTSHILL-MANCETTER   see MANCETTER-
HARTSHILL (WARWICKS)
HARVEY, ALDERMAN J. B., OF COLCHESTER 12: 4
HARVEY, RICHARD, Rector ofPeldon 7: 66
HARWICH
medieval period knight jug 15: 64
market established 20: 43
medieval aquamanile 15: 54-60, 55-7,66
occupation evidence 16: 23, 24, 26 17th cent.
and alarum of 1625 15: 97,98-103
Myddleton as M.P. for 8: 284-5
token issuer 17: 177
Beacon Hill10: 25
Church Street, Methodist chapel (nr Mayflower Ho.) 18: 107
George Street
cellarage survey 11: 55
Nos 10-1217: 161
White Hart Hotel, cellars 12: 43; 16: 23-7( inc. illustr.)




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HARWICH (cont.)
King's Head Street (formerly East Street) 16: 23, 26
medieval occupation 11: 104; 14: 139
mise. ceramics 13: 52, 59; 14: 139
StAustin's Lane, No. 14, early 15th cent. timber-frame 15: 167
HARWOOD, THOMAS 17: 114
HASINGHAM  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME): LEXDEN HUNDRED  16: 45
HASSENBROOK   HALL  see  STANFORD-LE-HOPE
HASSINGBROKE, 11th cent. landholding 4: 129
HASTINGS FAMILY OF LITTLE EASTON 2: 1-13, 101-
22
Ralph de, ofWix 2: 7-13, 101, 102, 104, 105, 106, 108,
112, 121
Richard de 2: 101, 102-3
Robert de 2: 1-6, 7, 10, 12, 117-18, 121
HATCHES FARM, BRAINTREE see under BRAINTREE HATFIELD BROAD OAK
Bronze Age spearhead 19: 242
11th cent. landholding 4: 132; 15: 174
Benedictine Order at 20: 46
de Vere buried (3rd Earl of Oxford) 16: 53, 54, 59
medieval clergy 1: 250
medieval cloth trades 20: 46, 54, 56, 71n
medieval market 13: 15, 19 17th cent.
and Barrington family 1: 161; 2: 61, 144
Ship-money 1: 161, 163
1801 agricultural survey 5: 190, 197
Forest Cottage, Wood Row 16: 120
priory 1: 181
priory church, de Vere effigy 6: 97; 16: 54
see also PORTINGBURY  HILLS  (RINGS) HATFIELD   PEVEREL
Benedictine Order at 20: 46
11th cent. landholding 4: 129
12th/13th cent. textile occupations 20: 41
14th cent. documents (Morant MSS) 2: 292-924
Peverel Gardens 9: 87, 88, 89; 12: 83 HATTERS seeTEXTILE-WORKING (Essex
occupations)
HAVENGORE ISLAND, poss. Roman salt-working 18: 107, 112
HAVERHILL (SUFFOLK), 12th/13th cent. textile trades 20: 36,45,47,51,54,55,56,58
HAVERING, LIBERTY OF 9: 129, 130
see also COOKE  (COKE) FAMILY, OF GIDEA HALL, ROMFORD
HAVERING-ATTE-BOWER
Church of StJohn the Evangelist 2:46 churches and New Coli., Oxford 9: 134 Edward the Confessor's palace 2: 40
medieval cloth trades 20: 55, 58
medieval manor 16: 42; 18:45, 51
royal palace 9: 141; 18: 48
and Sir Brian Tuke 18: 45
see also PYRGO PARK
.HAWKES, CHRISTOPHER, 'Colchester Before the Romans or Who Were Our Belgae?' 14: 3-14
HAWKWOOD, SIR JOHN 2: 271 HAWTHORN  CHARCOAL
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 77
Linford, Mucking 1: 10 1
Nazeingbury 10: 114


HEMPSTEAD


HAY,JAMES, 2ND EARL OF CARLISLE, Waltham Abbey lands 2: 218; 4:34, 77; 10: 130, 131; 19: 199
HAYLEYS (MEDIEVAL MANOR) see EPPING HAYNES, HEZEKIAH (MAJ.-GEN., EASTERN
COUNTIES): CAREER  1: 196-209 HAZEL CHARCOAL
Bronze Age, Colchester, Chitts Hil19: 14 Iron Age, Linford, Mucking 1: 101
Iron Age/Roman pottery kilns 14: 16
HEARTH TAX 4: 144, 145; 15: 106; 20: 131 HEARTHS
prehistoric, and pottery firing 5: 13
late Bronze Age salt evaporation, South Woodham Ferrers 16: 130
Iron Age
and salt production 14: 19
early-to-middle, Tilbury, West, Gun Hill 5: 54 late, Sutton,Temple Farm 20: 168
Linford, Mucking  1: 60-1, 65,78
Belgic, Kelvedon, Doucecroft 19: 21,37 Roman
Braintree
Letch's Yard 16: 125
Rayne Road 8: 8, 63, 64
Chelmsford, Godfrey's Yard 20: 160 Colchester
North Hill3: 44
Telephone Exchange site 3: 13, 14
Rainham, Moor Hall Farm 12: 46 Anglo-Saxon
Linford, Mucking 1:67,68, 71
Nazeingbury 10: 66
Tilbury, West, Gun HillS: 68 medieval
in open halls 20: 92
Canvey Island 2: 17, 19, 21
Dagenham, Church Street 9: 99
Easton, Great 2: 97
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 46, 47, 48, 126-
l(Pl. I)
post-medieval, Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 132, 134;
19: 132
not precisely  dated
Eastwood, Marshall's Farm 12: 42
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 9: 105
see also FIREPLACES; OVENS HEARTHS,    INDUSTRIAL
Romano-British, Heybridge 17: 26
Saxo-Norman, Waltham Abbey manorial enclosure 5: 130,
135,137,138,139,141,142
HEATH FARM DYKE, COLCHESTER 14: 10
HEATHERY BURN CAVE (DURHAM) 18: 7
HEBDITCH,MAX, 'Excavations on the South Side ofthe
Temple Precinct at Colchester, 1964' 3: 115-30 HELEN, SAINT, and parish church dedications 2: 38-9 HELION  BUMPSTEAD
12th/13th cent. cloth trades 20:44-66 passim 15th cent. document in Morant MSS 2: 294 Horsham Hall, moated site 16: 132
HEMLOCK AND BLACK HENBANE REMAINS, WALTHAM ABBEY 13: 55; 18: 121-4
HEMP CULTIVATION, medieval period 20: 37,47-8
HEMPSTEAD
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HENEAGE, SIR THOMAS, Copped Hall16: 127; 17: 96,
102, 105
HENGIFORM MONUMENTS 6: 33; 7: 14
Bromley, Little 6: 38n; 15: 153, 155
Earls Colne (poss.) 18: 111
HENGISTBURY HEAD (HANTS), Iron Age pottery 1: 83, 85
HENHAM
Great Hall Field
Roman coins 13: 37-8
Roman pottery and tile 13: 37,46
Lovecotes (Lovecott) Farm, Neolithic? shafthole implement  12: 103-7, 104, 105
Mll excavations, Roman features 10: 243; 11: 104
Pledgdon ('Plokendun') medieval manor and 'Anstey case' 15:68,77
St Mary the Virgin Church medieval pottery 11: 53, 54, 55
reredos 20: 152
HENHAM, RALPH PYNSTHORP DE, Rector ofPeldon 7: 62
HENI (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see HENNY, GREAT; HENNY, LITTLE
HENIG, MARTIN, 'Two Gold Rings from Colchester' 14: 153-5
HENLEY (SUFFOLK), medieval landholding 2: 113 HENNY, GREAT, Hanies/Heni (poss. Domesday
placename) 16: 45
HENNY, LITTLE, Heni (poss. Domesday placename) 16: 45 HENRY I, KING  1:40
St Osyth's Abbey foundation 2: 299, 302, 304, 305, 310,
315-16,318
Wix Abbey 1: 106
HENRY Il,KING 2: 45, 304, 323-4
Hubert St Clair and siege of Bridgnorth 20: 30, 32 St Osyth's Abbey foundation 2: 304,323-7
WalthamAbbey 2:216, 220; 10: 128; 19: 118, 120, 155
Wix Abbey 1: 106 HENRY ill, KING
and Leyton, forest in 1: 114
see also COINS
HENRY OF HUNTING DON 2: 39
HENRY OF LANCASTER (later King Henry IV) 2: 267, 268,269,270,273,275,276;8:209,210,
214,215,216,217,218-21
HENRYV, KING  8:210,220, 221; 14:87 HENRY VI, KING see COINS
HENRY VIII, KING 10: 156; 17: 139
and church dedications 2: 44
Colchester, Reformation in 15: 85, 88,89
dissolution of medieval hospitals 19: 154, 158
and EastTilbury fort 19: 155
and Pyrgo 18: 45, 48, 51
and Stratford religious house dissolved 1: 114, 115
and Thaxted grant 8: 225
and Vere family 16: 53
andWalthamAbbey  10: 130; 19: 120,198
Wix Hall, Manor of 1: 106
HEREFORD, COUNTESS OF see BOHUN,JOAN DE HERLAUA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see HARLOW
(Brendhall); HARLOW (Moor Hall) HERRING, SAMUEL, Rector of Peldon 7: 66 HERTFORDSHIRE
development of settlement 17: 120, 121
see also individual places by name


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HERVY,JOHN 17: 139 HEYBRIDGE
general, Gazetteer  17: 9, 53-61,54,56-8
prehistoric settlement 17: 61
late Bronze Age features 17: 11
IronAgefeatures 17:10,11,61-3
ceramic loomweights 14: 120, 121; 17: 11, 28, 29
Belgic cremation cemetery 17: 53, 55
Roman road 11: 53; 17: 63
to Wickham Bishops 11: 53
Romano-British 'small town' 17: 7-68 (inc. illustr.)
Saxon features 17: 7, 17, 65
post-Saxon to modern features 17: 17, 21
medieval clergy 1: 250
Bentall's iron foundry 14: 105, 106, 107, 108 Blackwater Sailing Club, prehistoric to post-medieval
features 19: 243-9(inc. illustr.)
Crescent Road
early Roman cremations 17: 63
Roman fmds 17: 59-60,61,63,64
Heybridge Marina, prehistoric features 17: 161
Maypole Road 17: 63
Old Laundry 20: 149
St Andrews Church 17: 60
see also BOUCHERNE(S) FARM; KILNS, pottery; LANGFORD  JUNCTION;  LANGFORD PLACE; LOFTS FARM; SALTCOTES HALL; TOWERS, THE
HEYBRIDGE HALL
house survey 12: 89-90
Roman brass 17:60
HEYDON, and Ely Abbey 1: 190, 195
HEYRON, RALPH DE, and High Easter 19: 192 HEYWARD,JOHN  (COLCHESTER TOWN CLERI<,
15TH CENT.)  17: 137
HICKS, SIR BAPTIST, and Leyton Manor 1: 116 HICKS, SIR MICHAEL, OF RUCKHOLTS  1: 116 HIGH BEECH  (BEACH), HILL WOOD, EPPING
FOREST see EPPING FOREST HIGHAM FERRERS  (NORTHANTS), collegiate
foundation 8: 217; 14:87 HILL FARM, TOLLESHUNT D'ARCY see
TOLLESHUNT D'ARCY HILLHALL,THEYDON  MOUNT  15:169, 171; 16:134-
5, 138; 17:96, 163
HILL WOOD see EPPING FOREST
HILLAM, JENNIFER, with Crummy, Philip and Crossan, Carl, 'Mersea Island: the Anglo-Saxon Causeway' 14: 77-86
HILLFORTS
genera/10: 13, 14, 21-7,25, 26; 12: 82; 17: 62, 63, 123
Ambresbury Banks 10: 22, 24, 26, 189-205, 250; 19: 204
Asheldham Camp 10: 14, 22, 24, 25, 26; 12: 59, 60, 82; 14:
117; 17: 156,164
Clare Camp (Norfolk) 10: 24, 27
Grimsditch Wood, Saffron Walden  (putative)  10: 22; 15:
51;17: 123-4;20: 165
Langdon Hills(?) 8: 149, 152; 10: 22, 24; 16: 108
Loughton Camp 10:22,24,26, 190,206
Maldon 17: 62
Mucking 10: 246; 15: 51
Pitchbury Ramparts, Great Horkesley 10: 21, 23, 24, 26
Prittlewell Camp (Grove Field Camp/Fossett's Farm Camp) 10: 22, 25, 26; 20: 164
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HILLFORTS (cont.)
Shoebury Camp 10: 23, 25 Tasburgh Camp (Norfolk) 10:24
Wallbury Camp, Great Hallingbury 10: 23, 24, 26; 1S: 51,
52
Wandlebury Camp 10: 24
Weald Park Camp (South Weald Camp) 10: 23, 24, 26
Westland Green Camp 10: 24
Witham 14: 6, 121; 1S: 51
Chipping Hill10: 14, 23, 24, 26; 1S: 51; 20: 170
see also DANBURY CAMP; FORTS; MUCKING; UPHALLCAMP
HILLS FAMILY, ofColne Park, and manor of Holland 20:75 'HILVERSUM' PEOPLE 7: 16, 18
HINCKFORD, medieval Hundred of 1: 179; 8: 130; 20: 35,
41, 44, 49,51
HIPPOSANDALS, IRON, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 27,28
HISTORIC BUILDING SURVEYS see ARCHITECTURE HOBNAILS, IRON
Iron Age/Roman, Chadwell St Mary 1: 128, 136 Roman
Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 56 Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 13-14
HOCKLEY, LITTLE 8: 212
HODDESDON (HERTS), riot at 9: 132-3 HOLBROOKS, HARLOW
Bronze Age miniature axe 19: 241-2, 241
Roman well and pit 14: 140, 144
mise. structures 11: 104
HOLE FARM, SIBLE HEDINGHAM, pottery kilns 7: 52, 57,58;14:64
HOLLAND, GREAT S: 234-5 HOLLAND, LITTLE
church S: 234-5; 20: 74-83(inc. illustr.)
HallS: 234; 20: 74-5, 76, 80-1, 80
village and economic decline 20: 75, 76,81-2
HOLLAND, HENRY RICH, 1ST EARL OF 10: 120, 123;
1S: 98, 102
HOLLAND, JOHN, EARL OF HUNTINGDON 2: 267, 268-70,273,274,276
HOLLAND, THOMAS, EARL OF KENT 2: 267, 270, 276 HOLLAND, REV. WILLIAM S: 212
HOLLINGTON, A. J., and Fambridge breaches 18: 75 HOLLINGWORTH, MR D., Orsett Cock site 6: 13, 22
HOLMAN,WILLIAM,ANTIQUARY (1670-1730) 16:55
HOLMES, CLIVE, 'The Affair of Colonel Long; relations between Parliament, Lord General and the County of Essex' 2: 210-15
HOLT, ADAM, map 8: 200
HOLT, SIR JOHN, JUSTICE 8: 213 HOLTS, GREAT see BOREHAM HONES
Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 24, 25
Anglo-Saxon, Tilbury, West, Gun  HillS: 88, 90 medieval, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge S: 178, 179 post-medieval,  Chelmsford  Dominican Priory 6: 69, 75 not precisely dated, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 101
HONYWOOD, SIR THOMAS 1: 199, 204; 2:67,69,72,75
HOOKS, IRON, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge S: 172, 173 HOOSENGA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME), poss. La
Hose, Toppesfield 16: 45 HOPE, JOHN  H.
'Drainage Trenches at All Saints' Church, Cressing' 6: 82-9 'The Cross Shaft at Castle Hedingham' 11: 1-5


HORSESHOES, IRON


HORKESLEY, GREAT
medieval period
and 'Cesterwald' 11: 111
pottery kilns 7: 33, 54-9 (inc. illustr.)
The Laurels site 7: 55, 57
The Rookery site 7: 54, 55, 56
see also PITCHBURY RAMPARTS
HORMEAD, LITTLE (HERTS), medieval manor and 'Anstey case' 1S: 71, 72
HORN CORES, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 62 HORNBEAM CHARCOAL, MEDIEVAL, Chelmsford
Dominican Priory 6: 77
HORNCHURCH
medieval period, church 2: 40
1801 agricultural surveyS: 191, 192, 193, 197
brass-rubbing 11: 121, 122-3(Fig. 1)
Hospice of St Nicholas and St Bernard 20: 46
see also HAVERING  (DOMESDAY MANOR)
HORNDON, EAST, Fouchers (Ginga in Domesday)  16: 42 HORNDON,  WEST
Hall, Flemish floor tiles 13: 40
Old Thorndon HallS: 18Q-2, 181
St Nicholas' Church 8: 180, 181, 182
Flemish floor tiles and medieval building debris 13: 40 HORNDON-ON- THE-HILL
poss. Saxon enclosure 12: 71, 73
medieval market 13: 15, 19
medieval and post-medieval pottery 12: 71, 73
17th cent. 10: 121
Old Red Lion, cropmark circular enclosure 20: 154, 155-6
South Hill Road (No. 1), timber-framed house 20: 163
HORNDON,JOHN     17:137,138 HORNER'S CORNER see ROCHFORD HORSE BONES/REMAINS
Belgic, Nazeingbury 10: 109-10, 112
Roman
Braintree 8: 126
Chelmsford, Moulsham/Queen Street 19: 40, 42, 43, 45
Coggeshall19: 80, 85
Nazeingbury 10: 110, 111, 112, 114
Rayne/Braintree bypass 19: 266; 20: 22, 23, 25, 27
Anglo-Saxon, Nazeingbury 10: 51, 104, 105, 109 medieval
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 77 Waltham Abbey bloomery forge S: 179
not precisely  dated
Chelmsford, Orchard Street 10: 241
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 114
Tolleshunt d'Arcy, Hill Farm gravel pit 11: 36, 39 HORSE  EQUIPMENT
copper alloy, Springfield 19: 251, 252
iron
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 12-13
Waltham Abbey bloomery forgeS: 171, 172
see also HORSESHOE  NAILS; HORSESHOES; SPURS; TERRET   RINGS
HORSESHOE NAILS, Waltham Abbey bloomery forgeS: 137,  173-5,174
HORSESHOES,  IRON
Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8:26-7,28, 126
medieval, Braintree, Skitt's Hill 8: 110 medieval/post -medieval
Waltham Abbey bloomery forgeS: 171, 172
Waltham Abbey monastic site 4: 121-4, 122; 10: 158,
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HORSESHOES, IRON, medieval/post-medieval (cont.)
Widford 11: 60,61
post-medieval,Arnbresbury  Banks 10:201,204
not precisely dated, Henham, Great Hall Field 13: 38 HORSHAM  HALL  see  HELlON  BUMP STEAD HORSTEDAFORT   (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)   see
STEBBING  (STEBBINGFORD) HORTICULTURE see GARDENS AND GARDENING HOSPITAL  OF ST JOHN, KNIGHTS  OF see KNIGHTS
OF THE HOSPITAL  OF ST JOHN  OF JERUSALEM
HOUSHAM  (OVESHAM IN DOMESDAY)  see
MATCHING
HOW, THOMAS, Rector ofPeldon 7: 66
HOWARD DE WALDEN, LORD see GRIFFIN
HOWARD FAMILY, Elizabethan lords of manor ofWalden 13: 10
HOWARD, THOMAS, 1ST EARL OF SUFFOLK 15: 101,
102
HOWE HALL see FINCHINGFIELD HOWEGREENFARM,PURLEIGH       17:107,108,112-17,
113-14, 118
amalgamation of farms 17: 115-16
Gales Farm  17: 107,112,113,114-15,114,116,117-18
Hellmans Farm 17: 112, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118
SeagersFarm   17:113,114,115,116,117,118
Toppis and Morris' Farm 17:112,113,114,116,117 Whites Farm 17: 112, 113,114,115-16,117-18
HOWLETT, REV. JOHN, agricultural survey 5: 189, 193 HOXNE  (SUFFOLK)
Priory 2: 109-10, 120
St Edmund's Church 2: 109-10, 111, 119 HUGGINS, P. J.
'Excavation ofBelgic and Romano-British Farm with
Middle Saxon Cemetery and Churches at Nazeingbury, Essex, 1975-6' 10: 29-117
'Excavation of Monastic Forge and Saxo-Norman Enclosure, Waltham Abbey, Essex, 1972-73' 5: 127-84
'Excavations in the Market Place, Waltham Abbey, Essex, 1981:The Moot Hall and Romano-British occupation'19:  196-214
'Excavations on the north side of Sun Street,Waltham Abbey, Essex 1974-75: Saxon burials, precinct wall and south-east transept' 19: 117-53
'Monastic Grange and Outer Close Excavations, Waltham Abbey  1970-1972' 4:30-127
'Waltham Abbey Monastic site and prehistoric evidence 1953-1967'2:216-66
et al., 'A Mesolithic Industry from Hill Wood, High Beach, Epping Forest' 10: 206-19
HUGGINS, R. M.
'Excavation of a Late Roman Site at Sewardstone Hamlet, Waltham Holy Cross, Essex 1968-75' 10:
174-88
'Excavation of Monastic Forge and Saxo-Norman Enclosure, Waltham Abbey, Essex, 1972-73'
5: 127-84
Waltham Abbey, pottery and floor tiles 2: 244-60; 10: 141-
50
HUGH, SAINT, parish church dedications 2: 35
HUGO, MASTER, OF BURY ST EDMUNDS 11: 3 HULL,MARKR.14: 3
17th-cent. Robinson tokens 20: 134


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Colchester samian kiln 14: 149-52, 152
Curator of Colchester and Essex Museum 1: 213 obit. 14: 1-2
HULLBRIDGE, Kingsmans Farm Road 8: 172, 178-9
HULLBRIDGE SURVEY/COASTAL PROJECT 15: 167;
16: 129-30,138;17: 161, 164;18: 107, 112;
19:260,265;20: 163
HULTON, REV. H. E. 5: 212
HUNDON  (SUFFOLK), 'Thatchers Hall', brick chimney
stack 20: 96, 97, 102
HUNDREDS, MEDIEVAL AND LATER 19:197-8
Barstable hundred 16: 45
Clavering Hundred 20: 46
Dunmow Hundred 1: 179, 190; 20: 41,46
Freshwell Hundred 1: 179;20: 44
Hinckford Hundred 1: 179; 8: 130; 20: 35, 41, 44, 49, 51
Lexden Hundred 2: 290, 291; 16: 45; 20:41
Ongar Hundred 1: 179
Tendring Hundred 1: 179;2: 291; 4: 133; 12: 19; 20: 41
Eastern 4: 147
Thunreslau (Half Hundred: Domesday placename) see BALLINGDON;  BELCHAMPWALTER; BINSLEY
Uttlesford Hundred 1: 179; 20: 46
Witham Hundred 8: 130; 20: 41 HUNSRUCK-EIFEL  (GERMANY)
culture of 1: 86, 87
pottery styles 14: 7
HUNTINGDON (CAMBS), and English Civil War 2: 74 HUNTINGDON, EARL OF see HOLLAND, JOHN HUNTON,JOHN  GOSEPH), QUAKER, executed for
forgery (1828) 1: 164
HURST,J. G., et al., 'Medieval and Later Pottery from Stockwell Street, Colchester' 1: 41-51
HUTCHINSON, RICHARD, COLCHESTER
SILVERSMITH 1: 165
HUTTON,JOHN, ofThaxted 8: 226, 227
HYLANDS MILL, CHELMSFORD 8: 292, 292-3(Pl. I) HYPOCAUSTS
Braintree
Bradford's Farm Estate 8: 103
Little London 12: 40; 13: 50
Coggeshall19: 86
Colchester 3: 110n
Castle Park 16: 127
Lewis's Gardens 1: 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 34
Queen Street 3: 88
Pebmarsh 1: 171
Wanstead Park (poss.) 16: 132
Wickford 2: 96
Beauchamps Farm 12: 49

ICENI 10:25
ICKNIELDWAY 7: 16
ICKWORTH (SUFFOLK) 11:97 ILFORD
Berchingae (Domesday manor) 16:41 1801 agricultural survey 5: 193
leper hospital dedicated to St Thomas of Canterbury 2:
45
Richmond Road, No. 7, animal bones: bos/mammoth 16:
130
St George's Vicarage 16: 130
see also UPHALL CAMP
ILFORD, GREAT, brass-rubbing 11: 121



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