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Saturday, 12 December 2015

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


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.

ILFORD, LITTLE, Church of St Mary the Virgin 16: 131 IMPHEY HALL see BUTTSBURY
INDUSTRIES AND TRADING SITES
Roman
Caesaromagos 4: 10-12
Holbrooks, Harlow 11: 104
medieval, Dagenham, Church Street 9: 99
not precisely dated, Kelvedon 11: 104
see also IRON FOUNDRIES; KILNS; METALWORK; METALWORKING;     TEXTILE­ WORKING;  TRADES  AND   CRAFTS
INGA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)
manor in Barstable hundred 16: 45
prob. manor in Fryerning 16: 45 INGATESTONE
Bell Public House 20: 97
church dedicated to St Edmund and St Mary 2: 38 medieval clergy 1: 251
Tudor period
Elizabethan leet jurisdiction 13: 4, 6-9, 10, 11, 12
market and fair 13: 6
see also MILL GREEN
INGOLDMELLS (LINCS), 'Belgic' ?saltern kilns 14: 19-20,
20,22
INGRAVE
medieval manor 9: 48
Old Hall 9: 48
St Nicholas Grove, Tudor brick walling 12: 76, 83 St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 48-59(inc. illustr.)
INHOUSE,JOHN see ENNOWS INHUMATIONS
Roman 8: 126; 17: 63-4
Ardleigh 12: 39
Chelmsford 17:64
Chignal StJames 13: 50; 14: 135, 144
Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 55, 64, 65, 67
Colchester, Butt Road 9: 97; 10: 241-2; 11: 102; 12: 40; 19:26Q-1,264
Dunmow, Great 20: 179
Kelvedon 10: 245; 20: 178
Towers, The (Heybridge)  17: 55, 57, 64-5 Saxon
Braintree, Hunnable's gravel pit 8: 92
Mucking S: 10
Nazeingbury 9: 102; 10: 31, 33, 35, 41,47-64,50,52,
55,66,68,74-5,106;19:  123
Prittlewell19: 91-7, 92
Springfield Lyons 15: 168; 19: 261, 268
WalthamAbbey 19: 117,123,124-5
post-medieval, Maldon, St Mary's Church 20: 151
not precisely  dated
Chignal StJames 13: 50
Cressing churchyard 9: 99
Danbury Camp, Church Green 13: 34
Walden Abbey 19: 268
INNOCENT Ill,POPE 2: 35, 36
INQUISITIO COMITATUS CANTABRIGIENSIS (I.C.C.),
and Domesday 12: 11-15, 23
INQUISITIO EllENSIS (ABBEY OF ELY) 1: 19Q-5; 12: 11-12,13-14,18
INSCRIPTIONS
bronze brooch, Wickford 13: 55
in stonework, Latchingdon, St Michael's Church 11: 11, 28-9(Pl. IV)
see   also   BRASS-RUBBINGS


IRON OBJECTS


INSECT REMAINS, Nazeingbury  10: 114 INTAGLIOS, ROMAN
Braintree
4 London Road 16: 125
Letch's Yard 16: 125
Colchester, Telephone Exchange site 3: 32-3, 34
INWORTH
Roman pottery kiln see KILNS, pottery  (Roman)
Stubber's Farm, Roman pottery kiln see KILNS, pottery (Roman)
IPSWICH (SUFFOLK)
Carr Street pottery kiln 7: 56; 8: 109
Domesday Survey and textile occupations 20: 34, 47
Ransome's iron manufacturing 14: 104, 105
IPSWICH JOURNAL, 18th cent. Colchester Borough Charter 18: 69
IRELAND, Ulster, plantation of, and Hercules Francis Cooke
9: 140, 141
IRON AGE see CEMETERIES; HALLSTATT PERIOD; LA TENE PERIOD; POTTERY and under
individual places
IRON FOUNDRIES, Colchester 14: 102-lO(inc. illustr.) IRON OBJECTS
late Bronze Age 18: 13
Iron Age
Chadwell St Mary 1: 128, 136
Orsett Cock 18: 31, 32
Saffron Walden Museum 18: 114
Iron Age/Roman
Danbury Camp 10: 18,19
Kelvedon, Doucecroft 19: 18, 27,33 Roman
Braintree
Rayne Road 8: 14, 26-34, 28, 30, 32-3, 126
Sandpit Road 17: 93
Chadwell St Mary 1: 128, 136 Coggeshall
East Street 19: 72, 75
St Peter's School19: 55, 56, 57-8 Colchester
Balkerne Gardens 3: 60, 80
Denmark Street 3: 79,81,82
Lewis's Gardens 1: 15, 26, 27
North Hill3: 49, 80
St Mary's Rectory 3: 64, 70, 71, 79
Telephone Exchange site 3: 11, 28, 29, 31,32
Heybridge  17: 15, 23, 25, 26,27
Laver, Little 8: 239, 273
Nazeingbury  10: 101-2, 102
Pebmarsh 1: 173, 175, 176, 178
Rawreth 9: 33
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 12-14, 12-13, 27
Stansted, Duckend Farm 20: 166, 167
Waltham, Little, Shopfield 2: 49, 50, 53, 58
Wickford 2: 96, 331; 11:44,45
Anglo-Saxon
Braintree?, Hunnable's gravel pit 8: 92, 120, 127
Braxted, Little 9: 84, 86
Linford, Mucking 1: 100
Nazeingbury 10: 53, 102
Prittlwell Anglo-Saxon cemetery 19: 91-llO(inc. illustr.), 113, 114, 115
Saxo-Norman, Waltham Abbey bloomery forgeS: 168 medieval
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IRON OBJECTS


IRON OBJECTS, medieval (cont.)
Braintree 8: 119, 120
Bank Street 8: 72
Skitt's HillS: 110
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 50
Chesterford, Great, Paddock Wood 11: 56, 57
Naylinghurst 8: 271, 273
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 117, 118
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 49
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 157-8, 159-60; 19:
146, 147
medieval/post -medieval Danbury Camp 10: 18
Waltham Abbey bloomery forgeS: 168-75, 169, 172,
174
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 120-5, 120, 122
post-medieval
Ambresbury Banks 10: 200,201,204
Braintree, Toft's Garage 17: 84, 87
Colchester, 19th cent. 'Coleman' ironwork 14: 103, 104,
106-7(Pls II,IV, V)
Hornchurch, South 20: 174, 175
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 262; 10: 157-61, 159-
61
not precisely  dated
Barling, Glebe Farm 1S: 141, 142
Barling Hall 9: 68
Canvey Island 2: 19
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 59, 60
Henham, Great Hall Field 13: 38
High Easter, Maidens Tye 19: 191
Hullbridge, Kingsmans Farm Road 8: 178, 179 lngrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 56
Mile End pottery kilns 7: 52, 53
Nazeingbury 10:44
Rochford  16: 15-16
Sampford, Great, Monks Cottage 12: 70, 72
Sewardstone 10: 187
Southchurch Hall18: 37 Springfield Cursus 1S: 139 Tilbury, West, Gun HillS: 91,92
Wickford, Beauchamps Farm 12: 67
Widford 11: 60, 61
see also ARROWHEADS; AUGERS; AWLS; BAR IRON; BLADES;  BUCKET  FITTINGS; BUCKLES;  CANDLESTICKS;  CHISELS; DISCS; DOOR LATCHES; FERRULES; HIPPOSANDALS;  HOOKS; HORSE EQUIPMENT; HORSESHOE  NAILS; HORSESHOES; KNIVES; LADLES; LAMPS; LOCKS AND KEYS; NAILS; OX SHOES; PUNCHES; PURSE BARS; RINGS; SHEARS; SPOON BITS; SPUDS; SPURS; STRUCTURAL   FITTINGS; SWORDS
IRON SLAG
Roman
Braintree
Bank Street (poss.) 8: 77
Rayne Road 8: 14, 26, 34-6,64
Colchester, Balkerne Gardens 3: 51
Heybridge  17: 15, 26,64
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 5, 21
early medieval, Saffron Walden Battle Ditches 1: 150 medieval, Dagenham, Church Street 9: 99


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not precisely  dated
St Osyth,Wellwick Farm 14: 142 Tilbury, West, Gun HillS: 92
WalthamAbbey bloomery forgeS: 139, 140, 141 IRON WORKING
Roman
Braintree 17: 158
High Street 16: 125
Letch'sYard 16: 125
Rayne Road 8: 14, 26,34-6,64, 126
Chelmsford, Godfrey's Yard 19: 263
medieval, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 4: 79; S: 127,
130,136,139-42,152-4
not precisely  dated
St Osyth,Wellwick Farm 14: 141-2, 144
Witham, Ivy Chimneys 16: 137
see also IRON FOUNDRIES
IVY CHIMNEYS, WITHAM see WITHAM IXWORTH  (SUFFOLK)
The Cyder House 20: 97
Dover House, fireplace 20: 96

JACKSON,JOHN R., 'Excavations at Southchurch Hall. An Interim Report' 18: 34-8
JACKSON, WILLIAM PARRY, and Clacton-on-Sea
development 16: 66, 67, 68, 72, 75, 77, 78, 79
JACOBI, R. M. et al., 'A Mesolithic Industry from Hill Wood, High Beach, Epping Forest' 10: 206-19
JAMES I, KING 1: 117; 9: 139, 140
coins 4: 125
entertained at Leyton 1: 115
JAMES II,KING 8: 284, 285
JAMES THE GREATER, SAINT, and church dedications 2: 40-1
JAYWICK, Beaker pottery 16: 130
JEDBURGH ABBEY (ROX) 18: 123 JEKYLL see GIKEL
JET BEADS, ROMAN, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 22, 23 JETTONS
medieval
English, Edward II,Waltham Abbey 19: 144
Flemish (imitation of French), Chelmsford Dominican Priory  6:55
French
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 54 Downham, St Margaret's Church 1S: 149 WalthamAbbey 10: 132, 157
French? (poss. Sedan), Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6:55
Nuremberg  (Germany)
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 55 Downham, St Margaret's Church 1S: 149 WalthamAbbey 10: 141, 157
medieval/post-medieval, Nuremberg (Germany), Braintree 8:71
post-medieval
Nuremberg  (Germany) Castle Hedingham 20: 152
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 55
WalthamAbbey  10: 132, 138, 157
see also TOKENS JEWELLERY
Roman
Braintree, Albert Road 8: 112
Chelmsford 4: 19




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JEWELLERY, Roman (cont.)
Colchester
Lewis's Gardens 1: 11, 26, 27
Lexden Road 16: 145, 148
Stansted, Duckend Farm 20: 167
Saxon, Mucking 5: 11
see also AMULETS; BANGLES; BEADS; BRACELETS; BROOCHES; INTAGLIOS; NECKLACES; PENDANTS;   RINGS,   FINGER
JEWS, in medieval Colchester 16: 48-52
JOASS,J.J. 5:232,232,233 JOHN, KING
medieval wall enclosure of Southampton 1: 155
St Leonard's Hospital, Newport 20: 84, 85
JOHN OF GAUNT 2: 271
JOHN OF SALISBURY 2: 304; 15: 68
JOHN THE BAPTIST, SAINT, and church dedications 2: 45-6
JOHN THE EVANGELIST, SAINT, and church dedications 2:45-6
JOHNSON, DAVID L., Rector ofPeldon 7: 67
}ONES, M. U.
'An Ancient Landscape Palimpsest at Mucking' 5: 6-12 'The Romano-British Pottery Kilns at Mucking' 5: 13-19
}ONES FAMILY (FORMERLY WAKE), and Waltham Abbey 2: 218-19; 4: 34; 10: 131, 138, 167; 19:
120,199
JOSLIN COLLECTION, Colchester and Essex Museum 17: 143
JOSSELIN, RALPH (PASTOR)
and Colchester plague 4: 136, 137, 138
and Hezekiah Haynes 1: 196, 209 JUSTICEHALL MANOR, FINCHINGFIELD  see
FINCHINGFIELD  PARK
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, ELIZABETHAN PERIOD 13:4

KALEDUNA/KELVENDUNA  (DOMESDAY
PLACENAME)  see KELVEDON  HATCH KEELAR'S  FARM  see WIVENHOE
KELVEDON
general
domestic/industrial features 11: 104
flintwork (not precisely dated) 16: 82
map 9:85
sewage disposal scheme 9: 61, 71; 11: 34
prehistoric features (genera[) 19: 81, 84
Mesolithic/Neolithic flintwork 11: 34, 35
Neolithic features 10: 245
late Iron Age features 10: 245
late Iron Age/Roman settlement (book review) 20: 178-9 Roman features 8: 239; 9: 84
Canonium (town) 14: 44; 16: 113; 18: 107; 19: 37, 85;
20: 148
cemetery 10: 245; 20: 6
mansio 10: 245; 20: 178-9
pottery 16: 113; 20: 148
kilns see KILNS, pottery  (Roman); KILNS, tile (Roman)
Black Barn 10: 245
Chambers Meadow 11:50 The Chase
Mesolithic evidence 14: 140, 143
Iron Age field systems 12: 44
late Iron Age/Roman features/structures 14: 140


KETILE, B. M. & BARRITT, E. E.


Chase House 11:74
Church Street, ?Saxon and medieval village 11: 105 Doucecroft
Neolithic/early Bronze Age features 19: 17, 33, 36
Iron Age/Belgic occupation 17: 161; 18: 107; 19: 16-17,
17, 18-21, 22, 26, 28-30
middle Iron Age 19: 15, 18, 19,20,36-7
late Iron Age/early Roman 19: 15, 17, 18, 21-7, 23,
37,38
early Roman features 19: 15, 25, 27-33, 37-8
post-Roman features 19: 33
Ewell Hall, cropmark enclosures 20: 153, 154
Peering Hill, Bacons 20: 99 High Street
Nos 1 and 2, fireplaces 20: 99-100
No. 102, Roman features 20: 147-9, 149
'Chanteclair': cross-wing/open hall structure 9: 89-91
Roman town defences 9: 84
Prested Hall Chase, 'Saracen's Head' 6: 95, 96, 96-7(Pl.
VII)
St Mary's Church and vicarage 9: 82, 85 St Mary's Road, Roman pottery 9: 84 Sawyer's Yard 16: 113-15, 114; 19: 16
see  also  POTTERY
KELVEDON HATCH
Kaleduna (poss. Domesday placename) 16: 45 medieval manors
'Calwedun', and 'Anstey case' 15: 68,76
Kelvedon Hall (Kelvenduna) 16: 42
St Germain 2:41 KELVENDUNA/KALEDUNA  (DOMESDAY
PLACENAME)  see KELVEDON  HATCH
KEMESKFAMILY,EastTilburymanor        19:154,155,157 KEMP'S WOOD see GOSFIELD
KENNINGTONS
11th cent. landholding 4: 131
medieval manor-house 12: 67, 68
KENT
churches in 5: 235-6
see also individual places by name
KENT, CHRISTOPHER, ofThaxted 8: 227, 228 KENT, EARL OF see HOLLAND, THOMAS KENTISH  RAGSTONE
Roman
Bradwell-on-Sea fort 8: 234 Colchester
Denmark Street 3: 78
Gosbecks Theatre 3: 95
St Osyth, Wellwick Farm 12: 47
Romano-British 'small towns' 17: 64 medieval
Waltham Abbey 19: 128, 133
bloomery forge 5: 179
Tudor, Pyrgo Park 18: 51
not precisely  dated
Eastwood, Marshall's Farm (prob.) 13: 51
Latchingdon, St Michael's Church 11:6, 11, 17, 19,27
Southchurch Hall11: 108; 18: 37
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 230, 234, 263; 4: 114 KENWORTHY  COLLECTION  8: 86-120(inc. illustr.)
KESTON, Caesar's Camp 1: 131
KETTERING (NORTHANTS), Roman pottery 14: 45 KETTLE, B. M. & BARRITT, E. E., 'Notes on Romano-
British Archaeology of Chelmsford and District'  1: 165-6





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KEY, WILLIAM


KEY, WILLIAM, ofThaxted 8: 227, 228 KEYS see LOCKS AND KEYS
KILLEANY  (CO. ARMAGH), early church building 10: 7Q-1
KILNS
brick
Roman 14:42
medieval, Coggeshall (Tilkey) 19: 87,88 post-medieval
Danbury, Eves Corner (prob.) 13: 36, 42-3, 45
Horkesley, Great 7: 34, 59
18th cent., Blackmore 9: 92; 12: 83
not precisely dated, Stanway, Olivers 17: 163, 165 brick/tile
Roman, Dagenham, Rose Gate (poss.) 20: 162
medieval, Radwinter, Martins Farm 12: 46 post-medieval
Bergholt, West 10: 248
Danbury Palace 13:43-5,44
Oakley, Great, Kiln House 16: 129
Stanway, Olivers 16: 134; 17: 163, 165
Stock, Bowling Club 12: 76, 83 corn-drying
Roman, Eastwood, Marshall's Farm 10: 243; 11: 103; 13:
51;14: 138
not precisely dated, Cressing 9: 99 lime
Saffron Walden Castle (poss.) 11: 70,72
Stifford, Chafford Hundred 20: 168
Stratford Langthorne Abbey (poss.) 16: 137
Waltham Abbey (poss.) 10: 247; 19: 123, 132-3, 136
malt, Woodham Waiter 8: 243, 266
pottery
'Belgic' (Belgo-Roman) 14: 20-6, 26
origins of enclosed kiln 14: 18
Goldhanger  14: 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,25
Hanborough  (Oxon) 14: 19, 24, 25
Mucking 5: 9, 18, 19; 14: 20, 23, 24, 25, 26
NeneValley 14: 19, 24, 26, 27,37
Longthorpe (Cambs) 14: 18, 40
Rushden (Northants) 14: 18
Roman 11: 52; 14: 42
kiln furniture 5: 15-19, 64, 88, 89-90; 6: 32; 17: 17
siting of 14: 16
Alice Holt Forest 8: 77
Ardleigh 14: 17, 26, 27, 28, 30, 63-4
Vince's Farm 11: 50, 51
Audley End 11: 50
Belchamp Otton, Fowe's Farm (poss.) 11: 51 Billericay    14:17,18,29,31,67
Buckenham's (Buckenhams) Field 10: 240; 11: 50;
14:67
Mill Hill (poss.) 11: 51
NorseyWood 11: 50; 14:67 School19:262
Union workhouse 11:50
Braintree, Fairview Estate 11: 50
Braxted, Great 14: 17, 28, 30, 65
Kelvedon Hall Lane 11: 50
Tiptree Wood 11: 50
Brockley Hill 14: 33
Bromley, Great, Boudge Hall Wood, poss. 13: 50 Chadwell St Mary 14: 17,29, 31, 70
Chelmsford 14: 17, 26, 29, 30, 32, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41,
65-6
Elm Road (poss.) 11: 51


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Godfrey's Yard 19: 263
Goldlay Road (poss.) 11: 51
Melbourne estate (poss.) 11: 51
SiteS  11:50 Colchester
mise. sites 11: 50; 14: 16, 17,26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 41,
58-63
kiln structures 14: 26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 34-5, 36-
7, 38, 39,40
samian kiln  (revised dating)  14: 149-53, 152 see also Sheepen (below)
Grays, Palmer's School (College) 5: 113, 118; 11: 51;
15: 11-35 (inc. illustr.)
Hadham, Much and Little (Herts) 5: 125; 8: 44-5,
242, 274; 9: 104; 10: 185; 14: 15, 25, 29, 31,
66-7; 19: 210
kiln structure 14: 32
location 14: 17,55, 56
Halstead 14: 17,28, 30, 64
Greenstead Hall11: 50; 14: 64
Heybridge 17: 15,46-50,64
poss. site 11: 51
Inworth 14: 16, 17, 26, 28, 30, 37, 38, 65
Stubber's Farm 11: 50
Kelvedon 11: 50; 14: 17,29, 31, 41, 66
kiln structures 14: 24, 25, 26, 27, 37, 40,41
Lexden 14: 50
Mucking 5:9, 13-47, 14, 16, 38-9(P1. I); 8:45,261,
262; 14: 16, 17, 29, 31, 41, 68-9; 15:34-5
kiln structures 14: 26, 27, 32, 38, 39, 40
Orsett 6: 25-32,35, 38; 14: 17, 18, 23, 29, 31, 32,68
Cock Inn 11: 51
Orsett Cock 9: 102; 14: 68
Rettendon 2: 330; 6: 53; 8: 45, 52; 9: 40, 43; 14: 16,
17, 29, 31, 41,67-8
kiln structure 14: 26, 37, 38, 40,41
Rettendon Hall11: 50
Rheinzabern (Germany) 14: 35
SaffronWalden  14:17,29,31,71
Sandon 14: 17,29, 31, 71
Lavender's Pit 11: 50
Sheepen, Colchester 14: 45, 50
Shoebury, South 14: 17,29, 31, 7Q-1
Suttons 11: 50
Shoeburyness firing station (north of) 11: 50 Sible Hedingham 14: 17,28, 30
Baker's Farm 11: 50; 14: 64
Stibbington (Cambs) 14: 35, 40
Thurrock, Little 14: 17, 25, 26, 29, 31, 32, 38, 40, 69
Tilbury, West 14: 17,25, 26, 27, 29, 31,70
Candovers 17: 163
Gun Hill 5: 62-4, 63, 79, 89-90; 11: 51; 14: 23
Tolleshunt D'Arcy 16: 135, 138
Trier (Germany) 14: 35-6, 40 Verulamium (StAlbans (Herts)) 14:33 Wakering, Great 14: 17,29, 31, 70
(poss.) 11: 51
Witham, Ivy Chimneys 11: 51 medieval
Chelmsford Dominican Priory, kiln furniture 6: 73-4
Gosfield, Kemp's Wood 8: 177-8; 12: 83
Horkesley, Great 7: 33, 54-9 (inc. illustr.)
Ipswich (Suffolk), Carr Street 7: 56; 8: 109
Mile End 7: 33-54, 56-9 (inc. illustr.)
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KILNS, pottery, medieval  (cont.)
Mill Green, lngatestone 2: 337-8; 7: 52, 57; 8: 173;
12:71,72,83;19: 182
Sible Hedingham
Hole Farm 7: 52, 57, 58; 14: 64
Starling's Hill 8: 268
Valencia, Manises kilns (Spain) 1:41
Witham, Blunt's Hall, poss. clamp kiln, 1: 36,37-40, 39
Woodham Ferrers, South
Hambert's Farm 11: 67-8, 68-9; 12: 83
kiln furniture 11: 67-8, 68
post-medieval
Colchester, clay-pipe making 15: 107, 111
Upshire, Warlies Park (poss.) 9: 105
saltern, 'Belgic', lngoldmells  (Lines) 14: 19-20,20,22
tile
Roman 11: 52; 14: 42-4
Alphamstone 11: 51; 14: 17, 43, 44, 72-3
Ashdon 11: 51; 14: 17, 44,73
Braintree 14: 17, 44
Bradford's Farm, Coggeshall Road 8: 60, 103, 125;
11: 51; 14: 73
Braxted, Great 14: 17, 44
TiptreeWood 11: 51; 14:73
Colchester, mise. sites 11: 51; 14: 16, 17,44
Hadham, Much and Little (Herts) 14: 15, 17, 44,73
Bromley Hall Farm 14: 55, 56
Kelvedon 11: 51
Lexden, Colchester 14: 43, 44, 50
Moat Farm 14: 71-2
Mount Bures 11: 51; 14: 17, 43, 44,72
Stebbing, Porter's Hall11: 51
Theydon Garnon 11: 51; 14: 17, 44, 73
Totham, Great (poss.) 11: 51
Wissington 14: 17, 44, 73 medieval
Bawsey (Norfolk) 10: 155
Blackmore 10: 234-5
Coggeshall 9: 71
Danbury 6: 46, 48, 49, 72-3, 74; 7: 57, 58, 59; 11: 24
Penn (Bucks) 10: 151
Stebbing 12: 74
Tyler Hill, Canterbury (Kent) 6: 70, 71, 72, 79; 8: 173
post-medieval, Fryerning, Stoneymore Wood 13: 51
not precisely dated
Rochford, Cherry Orchard Lane brickfield 9: 103 Whitehall Manor, Dunton/Little Burstead 9: 99; 10:
243
KING, DANIEL, de Vere tombs: drawings 6: 90, 91, 92, 94,
95, 96-7(Pls Ill;VI); 16: 55, 58, 59, 60, 61,
62,63
KING FAMILY, Bocking Church Street 19:221
KING'S LANGLEY (HERTS), Iron Age linchpin 18: 114 KING'S LYNN (NORFOLK)
medieval aquamanile 15: 56, 59, 66
medieval pottery 8: 186, 192
KIRBY-LE-SOKEN 4: 146, 147
vicarage, 19th cent. rebuilding 2: 123, 135-6 KITCHENS
medieval
Easton, Great 2: 97
Thurrock, Little, Rookery Hill 5: 118
Weald, South, 'Lincolns' 17: 152, 153
Yeldham, Great (poss.) 20: 163


LA TENE PERIOD AND CULTURE


medieval/post-medieval, Theydon Mount, Hill Hall15: 169 15th/16th cent., Chickney, Sibley's farmhouse 15: 156
16th cent., Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 246-7
and 'halls', 16th/17th cent. 1: 235-8 KNARESBOROUGH  CASTLE (YORKS), medieval
pottery 8: 185, 186, 193, 197 KNIFE  HANDLES
bone
Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 21, 22
Colchester 3: 32,34
medieval, Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 110, 115, 116,
118
not precisely dated,Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 166,
167
horn, post-medieval, Hornchurch, South 20: 174, 175
wood 20: 118
KNIGHTLEY, RICHARD, Puritan leader 2: 143 KNIGHTS OF THE HOSPITAL OF ST JOHN OF
JERUSALEM, cartulary 20: 35-73 passim
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, 11: 103; 13: 51; 20:46 KNIVES
antler, Waltham Abbey monastic site 19: 132, 148
flint
prehistoric (general), Braintree, Skitt's HillS: 110 Palaeolithic, Springfield, Chelmsford 9: 65, 69 Early to Middle Bronze Age, Witham 16: 87
Iron Age, Broomfield Plantation Quarry 17: 80-1, 80
unorthodox (poss. prehistoric), Stanford-le-Hope 5:
123,124
iron
Iron Age/Roman, Chadwell St Mary 1: 128, 136 Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 27, 28
Heybridge 17: 25, 26
Stansted, Duckend Farm 20: 166 Anglo-Saxon
?Braintree, Hunnable's gravel pit 8: 92, 120, 127
Prittlewell19: 93, 94, 95, 100, 101, 105, 106, 114
medieval
Chesterford, Great, Paddock Wood  11:56,57 Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 117
medieval/post -medieval Danbury Camp 10: 18
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 169, 170
WalthamAbbey monastic site 10: 158, 159
post-medieval
Hornchurch, South 20: 174-5, 175
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 262 not precisely dated
Colchester, St Mary's Rectory 3: 71, 79
Mile End pottery kilns 7: 52, 53
Widford 11: 60, 61
see also KNIFE HANDLES
KRAUWINCKEL, HANS, Nuremberg jettons 20: 152 KYMBOLDS  (LATER CAMBOLDS, STEBBING):
CHENEBOLTUNA(DOMESDAY PLACENAME?)  16: 44
KYNASTON, THOMAS, 'Lieut. of Division', early 19th cent. 15: 113
KYRKHAM, THOMAS, RECTOR, ST MARY-AT-THE­ WALLS, COLCHESTER 15: 87

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LA TENE PERIOD AND CULTURE (cont.)
Danbury Camp 10: 3
Marnian culture 1: 83, 84(&n), 85, 86, 87
pottery, Colchester, Lexden Road 16: 145, 147
querns 15: 175
LACE ENDS, copper alloy
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 56
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 162, 163
LACOCKABBEY 10:155
LADLES, IRON, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 27,
28
LADYSHOT/MARK   HALL WOODS  see  LATTON LAGAFARA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)  see LAVER,
HIGH
LAGHEFARA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see LAVER, LITTLE; MAGDALEN LAVER
LAGHENBERIA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME), poss.
Lawn Hall (GreatWaltham/High Easter) 16: 45
LAINDON, St Nicholas Church: timber belfry 5: 208
LAKE, SIR THOMAS, and Leyton manor 1: 116-17
LAKE, SIR THOMAS (THE YOUNGER), and Leyton
manor 1:117
LAKE FAMILY 1:117
LAMARSH, manor of 6: 99, 100
LAMBE, HENRY, 17th cent. token issuer 17: 177 LAMBETH BIBLE 11: 3, 4
LAMBOURNE
medieval cloth trades 20: 59, 60
Robert Barfoot brass 1: 215,216
LAMBOURNE   HALL,  CANEWDON   see  CANEWDON LAMBOURNE  HALL  PIT, EAST, CANEWDON  see
CANEWDON
'LAMP CHIMNEYS', ceramic, Roman Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 23-4, 24
Godmanchester (Hunts) 8: 23
LAMPS AND LAMP MOULDS, Roman, Colchester 3: 33,
34,35
LAMPS, IRON, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 26, 28
LANCASTER, Ashton Memorial 5: 232-J(Pl. XII), 233 LANDERMERE,   BEAUMONT-CUM-MOZE/THORPE-
LE-SOKEN 8: 163,165
LANDGUARD POINT (SUFFOLK), new fort at (1620s) 10: 120,123;15: 101,102
LANDHOLDING
Roman, latifundia 17: 65
Easter, High, medieval to modern times 19: 192-3 11th cent. in Essex 4: 128-33; 12: 18, 19-23
bordars 4: 129, 130-3
freemen and sokemen 4: 128-30, 132, 133; 12: 20-3
slaves 4: 130-3
thegns 12: 21, 22
villeins 4: 129, 130-3
13th/14th cent. Colchester 19: 159-65
common rights and hunting 19: 162-5 16th-17th cent.
Purleigh 17: 107, 112-18, 114
View ofFrankpledge and Tudor manorial courts 13: 9, 11, 13nn
LANDS FARM see BRADWELL-ON-SEA LANDSCAPE HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
Braintree, Iron Age/Roman 8: 121-3
Heybridge, Lofts Farm, Iron Age/Roman 17: 62-3 Holland, Little, coastal erosion 20: 75, 76, 81-2
Horndon, West, Thorndon Hall, Old 8: 180, 181, 182


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Mucking crop-mark sites 5: 6-12
Tilbury, West, Gun HillS: 95-101, 96; 17: 62
Tolleshunts 1: 241-2
LANDUNA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME), poss.
Eastlands (alias Lands Farm, Bradwell-on­ Sea)  16:45
LANFRANC, ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY 11: 9
LANG, COSMO GORDON, BISHOP OF STEPNEY 18: 75
LANGDON HALL, medieval manor 8: 212
LANGDON HILLS
late Bronze Age pottery 16: 105-8, 105, 106
Iron Age hillfort(?) 8: 149, 152; 10: 22, 24; 16: 108 LANGENHOE
medieval period
boundary 14: 91
clergy 1: 251
1801 agricultural survey 5: 190, 197
Red Hills 1: 131 LANGFORD
prehistoric features 17: 152
Iron Age/Roman enclosures 12: 80, 81
LANGFORD ]UNCTION, HEYBRIDGE
Fitch Collection 17: 57-9
Roman features 17: 57-9,61, 63, 64
LANGFORD PLACE, HEYBRIDGE  17: 61
LANGLEY, RICHARD, parson ofLatchingdon  11: 29 LANSBURY, GEORGE, Fambridge colony system 18: 77,
80,85
LANVALEI, WILLIAM DE, and St Clair family 20: 30, 32 LAON (FRANCE), and medieval monastic studies 2: 306 LASCENDON  see LATCHINGDON
LATCHINGDON
?prehistoric wooden platform 16: 130
medieval manors 11: 6, 8, 9-10, 31
'Lascendon' and 'Anstey case' 15: 68, 78
Rectory 11: 28
St Michael's Church 9: 100; 11: 6-31(inc. illustr.)
see also PEVERELLS  MANOR; TYLE HALL LATRINE   PITS
Roman
Nazeingbury 10: 41, 43, 107
Ockendon, South 2: 83, 85, 86, 95
Waltham Abbey, Saxo-Norman manorial enclosure 5: 150-1
LATRINE-HOUSES, Braintree, Bank Street 8: 69 LATTON
Ladyshot/Mark Hall Woods 15: 167
Latton Hall/Latton Tany (Lattuna in Domesday) 16: 42 Mark Hall (Lattuna in Domesday) 16: 42
medieval clergy 1: 251
see also HARLOWTEMPLE;  MARK HALL,
HARLOW/LATTON
LATTUNA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see LATTON (LATTON   HALL/LATTONTANY/MARK HALL)
LAUD,ARCHBISHOPWILLIAM   2: 143, 144 LAUNDERS MANOR see RAINHAM
LAVENDER MOUND, NR UPHALL CAMP, ILFORD 10:
220-1
LAVENDER'S PIT, EAST LAMBOURNE HALL, CANEWDON see CANEWDON
LAVENDER'S PIT, SANDON see SANDON
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LAYER, HIGH
Lagafara (Domesday placename) 16:42
,Otes 16:42 LAYER, LITTLE
'Belgic' and Roman finds 8: 239-42, 241, 273
Laghefara (Domesday placename) 16: 42
LAYER, MAGDALEN, church of St Mary Magdalene 2: 37 LAYERS
11th cent. landholding 4: 132
churches in 2: 37 LAWFORD
?Neolithic long barrow 16: 92
medieval period
11th cent. royal manor 4: 128
fulling mill20: 48
medieval charter (Morant MSS) 2: 292
1801 agricultural survey 5: 190, 197
LAWLING, medieval manors 11: 8, 9, 31; 12: 97 LAWN HALL, GreatWaltham/High Easter 16:45 LAWNS HOTEL, WALTHAM ABBEY 12: 48
LAWRENCE, SAINT, churches/religious houses dedicated to 2: 37, 44,45
LAY, SARGENT, and Clacton development 16: 65--6
LAYER BRETON
Legra (pass. Domesday placename) 16: 45
medieval clergy 1: 251 LAYER MARNEY
Church and Tower 17: 172-3, 173-6; 20: 101
Lega manor in (pass.) (Domesday placename) 16: 42 Wick Farmhouse 11: 83
LAYER-DE-LA-HAYE
Fields Farm
Neolithic bowl14: 114, 116, 128-9 (PI. I), 130
Belgic and Roman pottery 14: 119, 123
Legra (pass. Domesday placename) 16: 45
Malting Barn, Belgic and early Roman pottery 15: 129-34,
13D-2
LEA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME), pass. Hadleigh 16: 45 LEA (LEE), RIVER 4: 30; 5: 127; 10: 24; 20: 54
and Cornmill stream 4: 88; 19: 270
Nazeing: Nazeingbury 9: 102
Sewardstone 9: 104; 10: 185
LEA NAVIGATION 2: 217
LEAD AND LEAD WORKING
general, in bronze 18: 7, 10
Bronze Age, Ardleigh 7: 27 Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 20, 21
Canvey Island 2: 19
Heybridge 17: 15, 26, 27,65
Rayne/Braintree  bypass 20: 13 Anglo-Saxon
Linford, Mucking 1: 67, 68, 73, 76, 100
Orsett Cock 18: 31
Saxo-Norman, Waltham Abbey 5: 177, 178, 179 medieval
Waltham Abbey 4: 79; 5: 130, 130, 137, 177
for water-pipes 12: 75--6
post-medieval, Waltham Abbey monastic site 4: 119-20, 119;19:   132,144,145
not precisely  dated
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 59, 61 Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 57 Rochford 16: 15
Southchurch Hall 18: 37


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Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 232, 262, 263-4; 10: 165
see also CAMES; COFFINS; TOKENS
LEAKE,JOHN MARTIN, ofThorpe Hall2: 123, 125, 127 LEATHER REMAINS see SHOES
LEATHER-WORKING,  medieval20: 37
LECHE, ROBERT, BAILIFF, COLCHESTER 15: 88 LEE VALLEY REGIONAL PARK AUTHORITY 5: 152;
10:128,131,168,170
LEEZ PRIORY 15: 157
restoration 5: 216-17
LEFFINWELLS FAMILY, and Oxford House, Earls Colne 16: 153
LEGA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)  see LAYER
MARNEY; LEIGHS, GREAT LEGH see LEIGHS, LITTLE
LEGRA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see BIRCH, GREAT; LAYER BRETON; LAYER-DE­ LA-HAYE
LEICESTER, Westminster Bank 5: 233 LEIGH-ON-SEA
Roman pipeclay statuettes 10: 230-2, 259
and St Clement 2: 42 LEIGHS, GREAT
brass-rubbing 11: 121
Lega (pass. Domesday placename) 16:45
St Mary's Church replastering 15: 144
tower 9: 87; 12: 68, 69, 83
sub-rectangular enclosures 18: 101, 102
see also MOULSHAM  HALL;WARWICKS,  LITTLE
(FARMHOUSE) LEIGHS, LITTLE
medieval manor ('Legh') and 'Anstey case' 15: 68, 77-8
church restoration 5: 212
see also WARWICKS, LITTLE  (FARMHOUSE) LEINTUNA   (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)   see
RUCKHOLT  (LEYTON); WANSTEAD (CANNHALL)
LELAND, JOHN, notes from William de Vere 2: 300, 302, 304,306
LENTHALL, SPEAKER 2: 72
LEONARD, SAINT, and parish church dedications 2: 43-4 LEPERS 20: 84, 85, 86
see also NEWPORT (HOSPITAL OF ST MARY AND STLEONARD)
L'EPINETTE, LOIRE ATLANTIQUE  (FRANCE), salt
production 16: 140 LEPPINGWELLS  see MAPLESTEAD, LITTLE
LES MARTRES-DE-YEYRE  (FRANCE), samian pottery 10:79,80
LETCH, WALTER E. (BUILDER) 5: 208, 210
LETHIEULLIER FAMILY, and Aldersbrook manor 8: 200, 202
LEWIS, ELIZABETH  see LOWYS, ELIZABETH
LEWIS, THOMAS, THORPE BUILDER 2: 125, 127 LEWIS'S GARDENS, COLCHESTER see COLCHESTER LEXDEN
Gallo-Belgian? cemetery? 13: 63, 65; 14: 11, 12
?Roman tile kilns 14: 43, 44, 50
Moat Farm 14:71-2
medieval period 20: 43
Cesterwald location 11: 112
charters (Morant MSS) 2: 290, 291, 292
Hundred of2: 290, 291; 20:41
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LEXDEN, medieval period  (cont.)
Lexden Park riots (1343) 19: 164
manor 8: 221; 19: 159, 161, 163, 164
Oaks Drive, Roman pottery 17: 142-3, 143
LEXDEN DYKE 14: 10; 19:260,264
LEYBURN, WILLIAM DE 8: 188
LEYTON
Church Road, Roman and post-Roman features 11: 105 Lea Hall, Capworth Street 1: 164
Manor of 1: 115-17, 121
medieval textile trades 20: 56, 59
see also RUCKHOLT LEYTONSTONE
Church of St}ohn the Baptist 1: 122 Philbroke estate ('Fillebrook') 1: 123-4, 125
'Wallwood' ('Wallywood') history 1: 114-26
Wallwood (Walwood) House 1: 12Q-2, 124, 125-6
see also RUCKHOLT  (manor)
LEZOUX (FRANCE), samian pottery 10: 79, 80; 13: 66; 14:
150;15:31;19:43,44;20: 16
LICHFIELD CATHEDRAL 2: 239 LIDGATE  (SUFFOLK)
Street Farm 20: 100
villa and enclosure 9: 83-4
LIFFILDEWELLA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see MAPLESTEAD,  LITTLE (LEPPINGWELLS)
LIGHTHOUSES  9: 119 LIGULAE, COPPER ALLOY
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 18, 19
Heybridge 17: 23, 24
LIME KILNS see KILNS (lime) LIMESTONE
Bembridge limestone mortar, Great Easton, Great 2: 160 medieval stone coffin, Wix Abbey 1: 106-7
see also BARNACK  STONE
LIMPWELLA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
BUTTSBURY (IMPHEY HALL)
LINCHPINS, LATE IRON AGE, Saffron Walden Museum 18: 114
LINCOLNSHIRE  see individual places  by name
LINDISFARNE  (NORTHUMBRIA), early church building
10:71
LINEN
medieval Essex 20: 37, 38,47-8
post-medieval, Ashmans, Woodham Waiter 20: 128 LINFORD,  MUCKING
general
mise. finds 1: 100-4 quarry site 5: 6(&n) site dating 1: 99-100
HofordWood Road site 1:67
Iron Age features 1: 57-61, 58-9, 63, 65, 10Q-1, 102; 14: 7;
17: 11
ceramic loomweights 1: 61, 79,80, 81, 82, 83, 85, 86; 14:
7, 120, 121
pottery 1: 77-87, 79-80,82
medieval features 1: 77
pottery 1: 89, 98
Romano-British features 1: 61
pottery 1: 68, 87, 88, 89,99
Saxon features 1: 58, 61-76, 63, 66, 69-72, 74--6, 101, 103,
104
pottery 1: 90, 91-4,95-7
see also under Mucking  (North Ring)


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LINGFIELD (SURREY), Pollard House/Pollard Cottage, fireplace 20: 10 1
LINLITHGOW PALACE (W LOTH), 16th-cent. tiles 10: 155
LINTON (CAMBS), Bronze Age pottery 8: 110  LIPMAN, DR V. D., on Jewry in medieval Norwich 16: 48-
52
LISTON, Parish Church 19: 253
'LITHIC STUDIES GROUP' 10: 207
LITTLEBURY
early Iron Age pits 10: 245
Ring Hill Camp, Iron Age hillfort 10: 23, 24, 26; 17: 123
medieval manor 1: 190, 193&n, 194
brass-rubbing 11: 121
settlement patterns 17: 122, 123, 124, 126, 127, 128, 129-
31
and Sir John Griffin Griffin 11: 91,94-5,97 LITTLEBURY, SIR HUMPHREY (d 1346?), tomb 16: 58
LIVERPOOL, Insurance building 5: 228
LLOYD,JOHN, VICAR OFWRITTLE (D 1603) 1: 21Q-11
LLYN FAWR (GLAM), prehistoric metalworking phase 18: 7, 10, 12, 13
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD, and Fambridge breaches 18: 75-6, 80, 83, 85, 86
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PLANNING PAPERS AS SOURCES  19: 231-9;20:  175-6
LOCHETUNNLOCHINTUNA(DOMESDAY
PLACENAME: LOUGHTON, Monk Wood) 16:42
LOCKS AND KEYS
copper alloy
Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 19, 20
medieval, Wickham Bishops, St Peter's Church 12: 75,
77
not precisely dated, Colchester, Lewis's Gardens 1: 15
iron
Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 29, 30
Heybridge 17: 25, 26
Nazeingbury 10: 101, 102
medieval
Naylinghurst 8: 271, 273
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 120
medieval/post -medieval
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 169, 170-1
WalthamAbbey monastic site 10: 157, 159
LODSWORTH (SUSSEX), and St Osyth Abbey foundation 2:303,316,318,319
LOFT HALL, gully-circle (poss. hengiform monument) 6: 38n
LOFTS  FARM,  HEYBRIDGE/GREATTOTHAM
prehistoric features (general) 16: 85-6; 17:61,62
Neolithic features 12: 43; 16: 85, 86
Bronze Age 16: 128, 129, 138
pottery 12: 43; 17: 31
ring ditches 12: 43; 13: 53, 58; 14: 139; 16: 128
Iron Age
early Iron Age barrow burial16: 129
early Iron Age Darmsden-Linton pottery 16: 128; 17: 31
hut-circle 12: 43
Roman features 16: 128; 17:61,62
bronze sword chapes and coin 15: 166 moated site 11: 104; 16: 85
LOHOU (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see WALTHAM,
GREAT (HOWE STREET)



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