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Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 1-20. Index (Lol - Nee)

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LOLLARDS 8: 209, 214, 220-1
in Colchester 15: 84-5, 86, 90 LONDON
general
Fambridge land reclamation by unemployed 18: 75-87 food market, 18th-19th cent. 5: 190, 192
Greater London planning 19: 234,237 Camberwell New Road, church 5:226
Canning Town, church dedicated to St Cedd 2:36
Cheapside 8: 199
City of London Cemetery 8:200,201
City of, Electra House 5: 233
Clerkenwell, St Mary's Priory 1: 183(&n) Colchester Roman pottery products 14: 50, 51,54
Coleman Street 8: 196
Custom House site
Roman pottery 8: 23,24
medieval pottery 8: 191
Docklands, planning 19: 234, 237; 20: 175-6 Foster Lane, Church to StVedast 10: 72 Guildhall Museum 1:213
Hatton Garden 8: 196
Holy Trinity Aldgate, and St Osyth foundation 2: 304-5 Holy Trinity medieval Priory, and 'Anstey case' 15: 71,72 Mincing Lane 8: 196
Moorgate, Chartered Accountants building 5: 227-8, 229,
230,231, 232-3(Pl. 11)
Old Bailey 5: 233
Queen Victoria Street 8: 185, 192
Royal London Insurance, Finsbury Square 5: 233 St Bartholomew's Smithfield, Priory of 2: 306
St Ethelburga's Church, Bishopsgate 2: 39
St Martin-le-Grand Collegiate Church 11: 62
St Peter's Monastery, Westminster 11: 62
Sir John Soane Museum 1:255
Southwark 8: 192
Toynbee Hall18: 75, 77
Tudor Street, Anglo-Saxon timbers 14: 83
Victoria and Albert Museum 5: 228
Wapping (Tower Hamlets), tokens 20: 133 Westminster  Abbey,  tombs   16:58,61,62 see also ST PAUL'S  CATHEDRAL
LONDON, BISHOPS OF
and Braintree 8: 83, 109, 130, 131, 132, 134, 135, 136
see also GILBERT FOLIOT; MAURICE; RICHARD OF
BELMEIS I; RICHARD OF BELMEIS 11; ROBERT 'DE SIGILLO'; STOKESLEY
LONDON, DIOCESE OF AND ESSEX 2: 36 LONDON, LITTLE see  CHIGWELL
LONDON UNEMPLOYED FUND (1904-5) 18: 75-6
LONDON CLAY 14: 15; 17: 100, 105,108
Braintree 9: 71
Dengie peninsula 11: 6; 12: 108, 109
Rawreth 9: 20, 43
LONG, COL WALTER, Parliament, Lord Gen. and Essex county 2: 71,210-15
LONG, WALTER  (PRESIDENT, LOCAL
GOVERNMENT BOARD) 18: 75, 76, 85
LONG MELFORD HALL (SUFFOLK) 17: 173
LONGTHORPE (CAMBS), 'Belgic' pottery kilns 14: 18, 40 LOOMWEIGHTS
ceramic
Bronze Age
Barling Hall 9: 66
Braintree, Marlborough Road 9: 70, 74


LOUVERS


Mucking 9: 101
Orsett Cock (poss.) 6: 32; 14: 119
Bronze Age/Iron Age, Hadleigh, Chapel Lane 18: 90, 91
Iron Age 14: 7
distribution 14: 117-22, 120, 130
Ardleigh, Vince's Farm 14: 120, 121; 15: 4
Braintree, Rayne Road 18: 106
Brightlingsea 14: 120, 121
Burnham-on-Crouch  14: 119, 120, 121
Colchester, Stanway 14: 120, 121
Danbury, Twitty Fee 14: 120, 121
Heybridge  14: 120, 121; 17: 11, 28,29
Layer-de-la-Haye, Malting Barn 15: 134
Linford, Mucking 1: 61, 79,80, 81, 82, 83, 85, 86; 14:
7, 120, 121
Mucking 14: 120, 121
Nazeingbury 14: 120, 121
Orsett (causewayed enclosure) 14: 120, 121
Orsett Cock 14: 120, 121; 16: 135; 18: 19, 31,32
Sheepen (Colchester) 14: 120, 121
Shoebury, North 14: 120, 121
Stifford Clays 14: 120, 121
Tilbury, West, Gun Hill14: 120, 121
Wakering, Great 14: 120, 121
Waltham, Little 14: 120, 121
Wickford, Beauchamps Farm 14: 120, 121
Witham Camp 14: 120, 121
Wivenhoe 14: 120, 121
Woodham Waiter 14: 120, 121 Belgic
Kelvedon, Doucecroft 19: 21,37
Mucking 5: 10
Nazeingbury 10: 98.10.99, 100
Roman, Nazeingbury 10: 99, 100-1 Anglo-Saxon
Chigborough Farm 17: 147-8, 147
Danbury Camp (inc. annular) 10: 10, 13, 14, 18, 19,
21
Linford, Mucking 1: 73, 93, 97, 100
Mucking(?) 5: 11
Nazeingbury 10: 51, 75, 99, 101
Orsett Cock 18: 22
Prittlewell19: 91
Tilbury, West, Gun HillS: 68, 87, 88, 89
Saxo-Norman, Waltham Abbey manorial enclosure 5:
178
not precisely  dated
Burnham-on-Crouch 9: 75, 76
Stanford-le-Hope 20: 165
Anglo-Saxon
Blackmore 10: 234-5, 235
Cressing churchyard 10:243
lead, Anglo-Saxon, Linford, Mucking 1: 67, 68, 73, 76, 100 LOST/DESERTED SETTLEMENTS see SETTLEMENT
PATTERNS
LOUGH HILL HOUSE, THE TYE see HANNINGFIELD, EAST
LOUGHTON
Broadshood Lodge 12: 44
Monk Wood (Lochetuna/Lochintuna in Domesday) 16:42 LOUGHTON  CAMP, Iron Age hillfort  10:22,24,26, 190,
206
LOUVAINE FAMILY, MEDIEVAL BARONY, EASTON,
LITTLE 2: 1, 3-4, 7, 8, 106, 117
LOUVERS, Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 132, 150, 151




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LOVECOTES  (LOVECOTT) FARM


LOVECOTES (LOVECOTT) FARM, HENHAM see
HENHAM
LOWICK (NORTHANTS), tomb ofRalph Green 6:93, 96-7(Pl. VII)
LOWYS (LEWIS), ELIZABETH, hanged for witchcraft (book review) 20: 184-5
LUBECK (GERMANY), architectural influences 20: 101
LUCAS, SHERIFF JOHN 1: 163
LUCAS, SIR JOHN 2: 67
LUDLOW (SALOP), 17th cent. features, Reader's House 1:231 LUKE, SAINT, church dedications to 2: 46
LUMLEY, SIR W 2: 69
LYNCHETS
Braintree, Cressing Road 15: 43
Homdon-on-the-Hill12: 71
Springfield 14: 122
LYTTON, SIR WILLIAM 2: 144

M11 MOTORWAY
Chesterford, Great 5: 4-5; 8: 156, 158, 159; 9: 85
Henham 10: 243
Henham/Ugley 11: 104
Littlebury 10: 245 M25 MOTORWAY
construction 9: 104
Theydon Garnon watching-brief 14: 142
Thurrock 12: 48; 18: 16
McCANN,JOHN  and SCOTT, DOUGLAS, 'Tollesbury Hall, a thirteenth-century manor house' 18: 53-62
MACEHEADS, pebble, prob. prehistoric 8: 145, 146 MACES see ADZES; SHAFTHOLES, IMPLEMENTS
WITH MciNTOSH, MARJORIE K.
'Sir Hercules Francis Cooke: Stuart Postscript to a Tudor House' 9: 139-45
'Some New Gentry in Early Tudor Essex: The Cookes of Gidea Hall, 1480-1550' 9: 129-38
and the late K. C. Newton, 'Leet}urisdiction in Essex
Manor Courts during the Elizabethan Period' 13:3-14
McLEOD, REV. R. F. (RECTOR OF NORTH
FAMBRIDGE) 18: 75, 80
MAES, NICHOLAS  (PAINTER)  1: 48 MAGDALEN LAVER
church of St Mary Magdalene 2: 37 Laghefara (Domesday placename) 16: 42
MAGLEMOSEAN  SITES 2: 224, 227-8 MAIDENS TYE, HIGH EASTER
medieval and later occupation 2: 98 moated site 19: 176-95(inc. illustr.)
history 19: 192-3
pottery from 19: 180-91, 183-90, 192
MAJENDIE, LEWIS A., Robinson tokens 20: 134-5, 138,
139-40
MALDON
Roman features, St Mary's Church 17: 58, 60; 20: 151 Saxon period
burh 10: 14; 13: 59; 14: 140-1, 144; 17: 61, 62, 63, 162;
19:261,266;20:  108
churches 5: 206
Danish victory at (991) 12: 96
earthwork 10: 21
medieval period 20: 43
11th cent. landholding 12: 20-1


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12th/13th cent. textile trades 20: 34, 41, 45, 47, 49, 54,
56
ceramic Knight Jug 15: 64, 66
clergy 1: 251
market 13: 15, 19
Premonstratensian canons 20: 46
settlement 17:61
16th cent., incorporation 8: 225 17th cent.
Civil War Trained Bands 2: 75
Mildmay elected as MP (1640) 2: 145-6
occupation 1620s 10: 121, 123, 124-5
payment of Ship-money 1: 160
1801 agricultural survey 5: 188, 198
All Saints Church 16: 131; 17: 161
Beeleigh Road, late Saxon pottery 13: 53; 14: 140
Boots chemists (rear of) 11: 66
Carmelite Friary 11: 65-6, 66; 19: 266
Chequers, The 19: 266; 20: 108
Cherry Garden Lane 20: 130
Elmcroft, early Iron Age settlement 19: 266 High Street
Saxon and medieval buildings 11: 107
'Wealden' houses 20: 103-9, 103-7
Hythe, the 20: 108
London Road (No. 42), late Roman/Anglo-Saxon features 17:60-1
Maldon Court School11: 58,66-7, 66
New Street/Fambridge Road 16: 131
Osea Road (Red Hill) 17: 52, 62, 64
Rural District Council, and Fambridge breaches 18: 75, 76,
86
St Giles' Leper Hospital 16: 131
Roman finds 17: 60
StMary's Church 16: 131;20: 108
alterations and additions 5: 206-7; 17: 161
churchyard 20: 151
Roman features 17:58, 60; 20: 151
St Mary's Mundon 17: 161
St Peter's Church, graveyard 16: 131
Silver Street 11: 66, 67
Southern Relief Road, Dengie field system 20: 158, 164
Spital Road: ?burh traces 17: 162
topography 17: 8
tumulus 8: 246
MALDON, LITTLE, medieval estate 8: 214 MALDON ARCHAEOLOGICAL  GROUP
Bouchemes Farm 17: 60, 62
Bovill's Marsh, Southminster 9: 84
Lofts Farm, GreatTotham 16: 85; 17:61
MALDON DISTRICT COUNCIL, local planning 19: 238- 9
MALMESBURY, WILLIAM OF see WILLIAM OF
MALMESBURY
MALT HOUSE, BRAN END, STEBBING  see  STEBBING MALT KILNS see KILNS
MAMMOTH BONES, Ilford, Richmond Road 16: 130 MANCETTER-HARTSHILL   (WARWICKS), Roman
pottery industry 5: 14; 14: 52
MANCHESTER, Roman fort 8: 64-5
MANCHESTER, EARLS OF 2: 73, 74, 75, 76, 77; 10: 130
MANDEVILLE, GEOFFREY DE (d 1216) 19: 154 MANDEVILLE, GEOFFREY DE, EARL OF ESSEX (d
1144) 1:40, 195; 2: 217; 16: 44
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MANDEVILLE, WILLIAM DE (d 1227) 19: 154 MANDEVILLE, WILLIAM DE, EARL OF ESSEX
(d 1189) 19: 154
and Pleshey Castle 19: 166, 175
MANDEVll...LE FAMILY 2: 245
MANDUBRACIUS, Trinovantian prince 14: 11 MANESTUNA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
MANSTON  (BRADFIELD)
MANHALL (SAFFRONWALDEN), medieval fee of 1: 179, 184
MANNING, W H. 'Excavation of an Iron Age and Roman
Site at Chadwell St Mary' 1: 127-40 MANNINGTREE
Aardenburgware   8:  184,185,186,188 Church of St Michael and All Saints 8: 276-8 medieval fulling mill 20: 49
medieval market established 20: 43 MANORIAL  ENCLOSURES
Chingford St Pauls 5: 129n, 150 Saxo-Norman
WalthamAbbey 5: 127, 129, 13D-1(P1s I-ll), 136, 142-
52,143,147,176,178
see also POTTERY and individual ft·nds
MANORS
medieval period
13th/14th cent. colchester area 19: 159-65
in Essex 4: 128-33; 12: 16-17; 13: 1-2
see also 'ANSTEY CASE'
Tudor period, leet jurisdiction in Essex manor courts, Elizabethan period 13: 3-14
Aldersbrook 8: 200-8(inc. illustr.)
and endowment of churches 2: 36, 38
ofTolleshunta  1: 239-46,240
see also individual manors by name
MANSION HOUSE FUND (1903), and rural colony system 18: 75, 77
A1A1VS/01VES8:125
Godmanchester (Hunts) 20: 181
Wall (Staffs) 20: 181
see also CHELMSFORD; COGGESHALL (ST PETER'S SCHOOL); KELVEDON
MANSTON  (LATERJACQUES  HALL), BRADFIELD (MANESTUNA IN DOMESDAY)  16: 42
MAPLE CHARCOAL, Iron Age/Roman pottery kilns 14: 16
MAPLESTEAD, medieval landholding 2: 117; 4: 130
MAPLESTEAD, GREAT, Hopwells Farmhouse 11: 82 MAPLESTEAD,  LITTLE
lmpnells (Hempenhille) 20: 48
Leppingwells (prob. Lifflldewella in Domesday) 16: 42 Napsted (Nepsteda in Domesday) 16: 42
MAR DYKE 20: 177
MARCHAM  (BERKS), 'The Priory' 1: 237, 238
MARE, JOHN DE LA 8: 212
MARGARET, SAINT 2: 112
parish church dedications 2: 38, 39,41 MARGARETTING
Canterburys 11: 84 church
oak screen 5: 215
tower 5:209
medieval clergy 1: 251
MARHAM (NORFOLK), Old HallS: 210 MARIANUS SCOTUS MS COMPOTUS 11: 113-14 MARK FAMILY OF MARK'STEY 1:40


MAYLAND


MARK HALL, HARLOW/LATTON
Lattuna in Domesday 16: 42
post-medievalfa on  deUmise glass 19:276-7,276
MARK HALL WOODS, HARLOW/LATTON  15: 167
MARK, SAINT, church dedications to 2: 46 MARKET  GARDENING
19th cent. 5: 194
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 219, 220, 235
see also VEGETABLE  CROPS MARKETS  AND  FAIRS
general, saints and dedications 2: 45 medieval period
Coggeshall, 13th cent. market licensed 13: 16, 17, 20
addendum; 19:87
Essex before 1350 13: 15-21
Tudor period, Ingatestone 13: 6
MARKS HALL see RODING, MARGARET MARLES (MEDIEVAL MANOR) see EPPING
MARSH FARM PIT, ALRESFORD, late Iron Age/early Roman pottery 12: 56, 57
MARSHALL'S FARM see EASTWOOD
MARSTON MOOR  (YORKS), BATTLE OF 2: 77 MARTIN, ALDERMAN MATTHEW, of Colchester 18:67,
68
MARTIN, SAINT, parish church dedications 2: 38, 43
MARTINGELL, H. E. et al., 'A Mesolithic Industry from Hill Wood, High Beach, Epping Forest' 10: 206-19
MARTINS FARM, RADWINTER see RADWINTER
MARTLESHAM (SUFFOLK), prehistoric rusticated beaker
7: 16
MARTON (E YORKS), medieval church 2: 5-7
MARY I, QUEEN
EastTilbury blockhouse 19: 157
Reformation period in Colchester 15: 89, 90, 91, 92 MARY II,QUEEN see WILLIAM III,KING AND MARY
II,QUEEN
MARY MAGDALENE, SAINT, church/religious house dedications 2: 37
MARYTHEVIRGIN, SAINT, church/religious house dedications 2: 35, 37, 38, 39, 42, 44,45
MASCLE (MADLE) FAMILY, EPPING 1: 187, 188
MASHAM, SIR WILLIAM 1: 161; 2: 60, 63, 65, 66, 69, 144
MASHBURY (PARISH) 11: 62, 63
MATCHING, Housham (Ovesham in Domesday) 16: 42 MATCHING HALL, MATCHING, Matcinga/Matcinge
(Domesday placename) 16: 42
MATCHING/SHEERING, ring ditches 15: 152 MATCINGNMATCINGE   (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)
see MATCHING HALL, MATCHING MATILDA, QUEEN 4: 32
MATTHEW, SAINT, chur h dedications to 2: 46 MATTHEW, THOMAS, COLCHESTER  15: 85 MAURICE, BISHOP OF LONDON, and Saint Osyth 2:
301-2
MAXEY (NORTHANTS), Saxon building 10: 68
MAXEY, SIR WILLIAM, OF BRADWELL 10: 123, 124 MAYEN QUARRIES, EIFEL HILLS (GERMANY) 15: 175
MAYHEW, THOMAS, attorney (uncle ofWilliam) 18: 64, 65
MAYHEW, WILLIAM, and Colchester Charter (1763) 18: 63-74,63
MAYLAND
Church of St Barnabas 2: 46
Nipsell's Rayments ('Gypesho'), medieval knight's fee and 'Anstey case' 15: 70,79-80
St Osyth's Abbey foundation 2: 304, 324





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MAYLANDSEA, Mesolithic and Romano-British sites 16: 130
MAYNARD, HENRY R., and Mansion House Fund 18: 75
MAYNARD, SIR JOHN, and Myddleton family 8: 283 MAYNARD, LORD, 'Lieut. of Division', early 19th cent. 15:
114
MAYNARD, ROBERT, COLCHESTER CLOTHIER 15:
90,91
MAYNARD, WILLIAM LORD, deputy Iieut. of Essex (1620s) 10: 120; 15: 97, 98
MEADOWS, WILLIAM S. H. B., Rector ofPeldon 7: 66 MEDICINE see PLANT REMAINS, medieval (in
medication)
MEESDEN  (HERTS), church
medieval mosaic pavement 6: 72
porch 20: 101
MELESHAM (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
MOULSHAM HALL, GREAT LEIGHS
MELFORD, LONG (SUFFOLK), medieval cloth trades 20: 45
MEMORIALS
Aldersbrook church, war memorial 5: 217
Ashton Memorial, Lancaster 5: 232-3(Pl. XII), 233 Castle Hedingham, St Nicholas Church churchyard cross
shaft (war memorial) 5: 216; 11: 1 Dunmow, Great, St Mary's Church, John Campbell Dick
memorial 5: 215
see also BRASSES; CROSSES
MENDIP HILLS 17: 33
MENGUI FAMILY (also MENGI/MINGY/MYNGY)  1: 183
MENGUI, ROBERT, SON OF 1: 181, 183, 184, 188
MERE (WILTS), 'knight on horseback' vessel15: 56, 59 MERSEA ISLAND
early (undated) structures 17: 161 Anglo-Saxon period
causeway, the Strood 14: 77-86 (inc. illustr.) pre-1046 manorial history 15: 173-4
medieval period 8: 213
11th cent. boundaries 14: 87-93, 90
Deramy's Stone (?Mersea boundary)  14: 87-9, 92
Mersea Charter ofEdward the Confessor 2: 289-90; 12:
94-102;14:87-93,90
Mersea Priory, and John Doreward 8: 209,216,217,
219
17th cent. defences 15: 100
Mersea, East
Church of St Edmund, king and martyr 2: 38 Cudmore Grove
fmds 8: 144, 145
Tudor Blockhouse 15: 145-9, 147-8
Maydays Farm, red hills 14: 138, 144
medieval clergy 1: 251
'Old Battery Bushes' 15: 149 Mersea, West
late Bronze Age sword 16: 104
'Belgic' cremation burial13: 63-5, 64
Hall Farm 18: 92
medieval manor 15: 173, 174
St Peter's Church 12: 96; 14: 86
MESSENT, THE REV. CLAUDE J. W, A Thousand Years of Norfolk Carstone (book reviewed) 2: 341
MESSING
church damaged by 1884 earthquake 5: 213
poss. Roman masonry building 8: 246


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METALWORK
early Bronze Age Gestingthorpe 18: 88
Tollesbury 16: 91, 93, 94
middle/late Bronze Age, Ardleigh 7: 27 late Bronze Age
Basildon, Wasketts, Great 17: 141-2, 142 Fingringhoe, Plane Hall Farm 18: 7-15(inc. illustr.) Rook Hall18: 108
Wickford 17: 142
see also ARRETON DOWN; EWART PARK (PHASE); LLYN FAWR (PHASE); WILBURTON (PHASE)
La Tene swords 14: 8 Romano-British
Christian symbolism on 18: 115, 116, 117-19
Saffron Walden Battle Ditches 1: 153
late Saxon, Saffron Walden Battle Ditches 1: 153
not precisely dated, Barling Hall 9: 67-8, 76
see also AQUAMANILES; COINS; COPPER ALLOY OBJECTS; IRON OBJECTS; IRON SLAG; TOKENS
METALWORKING
Roman
Chelmsford 2: 334
Gestingthorpe 1: 175
Halstead 1: 175
Saxon, Goldhanger, Rook Ha1117: 160, 165
Saxo-Norman, Waltham Abbey, Abbey Meads 11: 109
not precisely  dated, Springfield Lyons 15: 168, 170
see also BRONZE WORKING; IRON WORKING; LEAD AND LEAD WORKING; SMITHS AND SMITHING
METCALFE, THOMAS, Rector of Peldon 7: 62
MICHAEL, SAINT, parish church dedications 2: 35, 43, 46 MICHELHAM PRIORY (SUSSEX), medieval pottery 8:
186,193
MICROBURINS
prehistoric (general), Broomfield Plantation Quarry 17: 73, 80
Mesolithic
Hill Wood, High Beach, Epping Forest 10: 211,215
Purfleet, North Road 7: 5
MICROLITHS, MESOLITIDC  2: 230
Epping Forest, Hill Wood, High Beach 10: 207, 209-10,
211,214,215
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 224, 226, 228
Walton-on-the-Naze 10: 233  MIDDLEBOROUGH,  COLCHESTER, Roman  and
medieval structures 11: 102 MIDDLESEX, EARL OF see CRANFIELD MIDDLETON
cropmark enclosure 19: 255, 256
medieval textile trades 20: 56 MIDDLETON, ROBERT, CHAMBERLAIN,
COLCHESTER 15: 88
MIDEBROC (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) 16: 45
MIDLAND RAILWAY, and development of Clacton 16: 65 MILDEN (SUFFOLK), medieval manor 2: 113
MILDENHALL (SUFFOLK), No. 11 Mill Street, fireplace 20: 98
MILDMAY, CAROLINE ST JOHN 5: 212
MILDMAY, SHERIFF SIR HUMPHREY 1: 161, 162, 163;
2: 146
MILDMAY, SIR HENRY, OF GRACES IN LITTLE
BADDOW 10: 122, 124; 15: 98




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MILDMAY, SIR HENRY, OF MOULSHAM 10: 122, 124;
15:98
MILDMAY, SIR HENRY, OFWANSTEAD 2: 63, 69, 145-
6; 10: 122
MILDMAY FAMILY OF CHELMSFORD (book review) 20: 183
MILE END, nr COLCHESTER
medieval period 20: 43
pottery kilns 7: 33-54, 56-9 (inc. illustr.)
post-medieval period, 16th-17th cent. plague 4: 141, 142,
144
MILITARY  EQUIPMENT
Roman
Braintree 8: 127 Colchester
Lexden Road 16: 145, 148
St Mary's Rectory 3: 64-5, 69, 70
Telephone Exchange site 3: 11, 25-32 passim
Eastwood, Marshall's Farm 15: 166
Wickford 11: 49-50
see also ARTILLERY; DAGGERS; SCABBARDS; SEAXES; SHIELDS; SPEARHEADS; SllJ])S;SWORDS
MILITARY UNITS see CIVIL WAR, ENGLISH; ESSEX YEOMANRY; ROMAN ARMY UNITS; VOLUNTEERS  AND MILITIA
MILL GREEN, INGATESTONE 1: 166
medieval pottery kilns 2: 337-8; 7: 52, 57; 8: 173; 12: 71,
72,83;19: 182
Romano-British site 2: 335-6
MILLET, CAPT. GEORGE, and Wallwood House, Leyton 1: 122
MILLS
corn/flour, Waltham Abbey 2: 221, 221
fulling mills, and medieval cloth industry 20: 48-9, 54, 71n 'pugging', Stifford 20: 168
Stebbing (poss.) 20: 158, 168
see  also WATER-MILLS; WINDMILLS MILLSTONES
Cressing Temple 20: 162
Rawreth 9: 20 MILTON, BRIAN H.
'Excavations at Barrington's Farm, Orsett Cock, Thurrock' 18: 16-33
'Excavations at Bellingham Lane, Rayleigh' 18: 39-44 'Excavations at the White Hart Hotel, George Street,
Harwich' 16: 23-7
'Excavations in Braintree 1980 and 1984' 17: 82-95 MILTON HALL BRICKFIELD, NORTH  SHOEBURY
middle Bronze Age site 9: 66
Iron Age features 9: 102
MINSTER, CLEMENT, EastTilbury  church  19: 154, 155 MINTS, late Saxon, Horndon-on-the-Hi1112: 71 MIRRORS, Roman, Stansted, Duckend Farm 20: 167 MISTLEY
11th cent. landholding 4: 130
Cliva (Domesday survey, later Cliff Farm) 16: 41 Domesday manors
Scilcheham/Sciddeham (see also below) 16: 43 Sheddon/Sharing Hall (Sciddinchou in Domesday) 16:
43
medieval clergy 1: 251
18th cent. Adam Church at 1: 253-8, 254, 255, 256
19th cent. quay 9: 91
MITCHELLS seeTHURROCK, WEST


MONTFORT, HUGH DE


MOATED SITES
NW Essex 16: 131-2, 138
west Essex 19: 193
Aveley Manor 8: 167; 12: 83
Bulmer 16: 116,118
Chesterford, Great, Paddock Wood 9: 99; 11: 57
CressingTemple (poss.) 20: 162
Dunton/Little Burstead 9: 99
Good Easter 11: 61-4, 62, 62-3(Pl. I)
Hatfield Peverel, Peverel Gardens 9: 87, 88, 89; 12: 83
Helion Bumpstead, Horsham Hall 16: 132
High Easter, Maidens Tye 2: 98; 19: 176-95, 177, 178, 180
Latchingdon, Peverells Manor 12: 74
Southchurch Hall9: 104; 13: 59; 14: 142; 15: 168; 16: 133,
138;18:34-8
Stansted Airport
Bassingbourn Hall (poss.) 19: 270
Cooper's Cottage, Little 19: 270
Molehill Green 18: 109
Steeple Bumpstead, Moyns Park 16: 132 Takeley
Colchester Hall18: 108-9, 112
Coopers, Great 18: 109, 112
Tilbury Fort, WestTilbury 20: 169
Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 11: 104; 16:85
Walden, Little, Cloptons (poss.) 20: 152
MOHUN, BARONESS JOAN DE, OF DUNSTER 8: 211, 213
MOISENIVILLAGE  (BULGARIA), timber building
techniques 10: 72
MOLEHILL  GREEN  see  STANSTED  AIRPORT MOLESHAM  (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)  see
MOULSHAM HALL, GREAT LEIGHS MOLLUSCS
Palaeolithic, Purfleet North Road 7: 3, 4, 10-11, 13
Roman
Coggeshall
East Street 19: 80
St Peter's School19: 52, 54, 56, 66, 68, 85
medieval, Coggeshall, East Street 19: 80
not precisely dated
Baddow, Great 8: 177
Barling Hall 9: 69
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 62
Easter, High, Maidens Tye 19: 179
Latchingdon, St Michael's Church 11: 17
see also OYSTER  SHELLS/REMAINS;  SHELLS MONACUTE   (SOMERSET)   19: 118 MONASTERIES  AND  MONASTIC   SITES  see
BARKING; BOSTON; CHELMSFORD DOMINICAN  PRIORY; CLERKENWELL PRIORY; COGGESHALL; EARLS COLNE; ELY; LEEZ PRIORY; PRITTLEWELL; ROUEN; ST OSYTH ABBEY; STRATFORD; TILTY ABBEY; TIPTREE PRIORY; WALDEN ABBEY; WALTHAM ABBEY; WIX
MONCK, GEN. GEORGE 1: 206, 207, 208; 8: 284
MONK WOOD, LOUGHTON 16: 42
MONKS COTTAGE, GREAT SAMPFORD see
SAMPFORD, GREAT
MONTFORD, SIMON DE, rebellion (1263-5) 11: 10 MONTFORT, HUGH DE
manor of Rayne Hall 8: 130 manor ofTyle Hall11: 10





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MOOR HALL FARM


MOOR  HALL FARM see RAINHAM
MOOR HALL, SHEERING/HARLOW, Domesday
placename (inc. Herlaua in Domesday) 16: 42
MORANT, REV. PHILIP
History of Colchester 4: 134, 136, 137, 138; 18: 69; 20: 143
History of Essex 20: 143-4, 145, 146
'Morant MSS', documents in 2: 289-98; 12: 94; 14: 87-9,
92
and Richard Gough 20: 143-6
MORE, WILLIAM  (STEWARD TO THOMAS AUDLEY) 15:87
MORETON,  1801 agricultural survey 5: 190-1, 198 MORETON HALL, LITTLE (CHESHIRE), fireplace 20:
101
MORLEY, JOHN, 'The Rise and Fall of the Adam Church at Mistley' 1: 253-8
MORRIS, S., and Buckley, D. G., 'Excavations at Danbury Camp, Essex, 1974 & 1977' 10: 1-28
MORTAR (BUILDING MATERIAL)
Roman
Arkesden, Chardwell Farm 8: 156
Chelmsford 8: 125
Chignal St James 8: 158
Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 53, 56, 65, 67, 68,86
Colchester
Balkerne Gardens 3: 54
Denmark Street 3: 78
East Stockwell Street 3: 39
Lewis's Gardens 1: 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17
North Hill (No. 44) 3: 45
Queen Street 3: 87, 88, 89
Sainsbury's site, Culver Street 3: 98
St Mary's Rectory 3: 65, 66, 67, 68
Telephone Exchange site 3: 13, 14
Temple precinct,  S side 3: 118,119,120,122,123,
128
Victoria Inn 3: 93
Heybridge 17: 21
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 21
St Osyth Priory Park building 1: 259
medieval
Braintree, Bank Street 8: 69
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 50
Maldon Court School11: 58, 67
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 168 Writtle, All Saints' Church 8: l69, 173
post-medieval, Coggeshall, East Street 19: 79,81
not precise/J! dated
lngrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 53, 54
OldCoppedHall17: 100,101
Purleigh 17: 111
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 116 MORTARS  (GRINDERS),  STONE
Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 24, 25
medieval
Great Easton medieval building 2: 160
Little Chesterford, Bassingbourne Wood, Purbeck marble 11: 58, 59
Writtle, All Saints' Church, Purbeck stone 8: 169, 172
not precise/J! dated
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 53, 76, 78
Pleshey 14: 128, 129
MORTUARY  ENCLOSURES  see BARROWS  (Neolithic
long barrows)


Essex Society for Archaeology and History


MORYS, NICHOLAS, ABBOT OFWALTHAM 2: 272 MOSAICS
?Roman, Colchester, Lion Walk 9: 98 Roman
Colchester
Balkerne Gardens 3: 50
Castle well 5: 238
Lewis's Gardens 1: 7, 9, 11, 15, 18
Queen Street 3: 88-9
Victoria Inn 3: 92
Middleborough, Colchester 11: 102
medieval, Meesden church (Herts) 6: 72 MOULSHAM see CHELMSFORD MOULSHAM HALL, GREAT LEIGHS
(MELESHAM/MOLESHAM  IN DOMESDAY) 16: 42
MOUNTBURES
Neolithic flint axe 16: 132 Belgic/Welwyn burial
Fen Farm 13: 53
Hall Farm 14: 141
Church of StJohn the Evangelist 2: 46
Withers Farm (Witesworda in Domesday?) 16: 44
see also KILNS, tile (Roman)
MOUNT HOUSE, BRAINTREE see BRAINTREE MOUNT  ORGUEIL  CASTLE  (JERSEY)  8:187,194
MOUNTAIN,JEHOSHAPHAT,  Rector ofPeldon 7: 66
MOUNTFORD, EDWARD (ARCHITECT) 5: 230, 232,
232-3(Pl. IV), 233 MOUNTNESSING
Roman pottery 2: 330
medieval clergy 1: 251 MOUNTS
bone, medieval, Waltham Abbey 19: 270
bronze
harness, Braintree, Hatches Farm 8: 104
Roman, Colchester 3: 25, 26, 31, 32, 79,82
iron
bucket handle, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 27, 29,
30
medieval, Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 158, 160
purse, ?medieval, Rawreth, Chichester Hall 8: 178, 180
Roman, legionary apron, Heybridge 17: 11
see also SCABBARD MOUNTS MOUSTIERES,LISOIS  DE 1: 195 MOVERONS PIT see BRIGHTLINGSEA
MOWBRAY,JOHN (d 1322), married Aline de Briouze 6: 91;16:57
MOYNS PARK see STEEPLE BUMPSTEAD MUCKING
general
crop-marks and archaeological landscape 2: 160-1; 5: 6-
12,8
North Ring, late Bronze Age/early Iron Age 10: 21; 11: 107;16:  140
radiocarbon dating 16:94
ring ditches (general) 10: 246
South Rings, late Bronze Age ?Iron Age 'mini-hillfort'
5: 9, 10, 11; 10: 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 246; 15:
51
middle Bronze Age settlement 9: 101
late Bronze Age 17: 33
pottery 16: 97, 107; 17: 33
Beaker features 5: 9, 10
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MUCKING (cont.)
Iron Age
ceramic loomweights 14: 120, 121
landscape features 2: 160; 5: 8, 9, 10
Belgic/Belgo-Roman features 5:9, 10, 18, 19; 10:46
pottery 'ovens'/kilns 5: 9, 18, 19; 14: 20, 23, 24, 25, 26
Romano-British period 5: 8, 9-11
cemeteries 5: 9, 10
corn dryer 5: 9; 11: 107
cremation cemetery 11: 107
field ditches 11: 107
pottery kilns see under kilns, pottery (Roman) villa 5: 11, 13-15; 9: 101
Saxon period 2: 160-1; 5: 8, 9, 10, 11-12; 8: 127; 9: 67,
101;12:83
cemeteries 5: 10
Grubenhiiuser9: 101; 10: 246; 11: 107; 18:24
'halls' 5: 9; 9: 101
not precisely  dated
bronze-working 10: 246
salt-making 10: 246
see also FIELD SYSTEMS; LINFORD; VILLAS MUCKING EXCAVATION COMMITTEE 2: 161
Tilbury, West, Gun Hill excavation 5: 50
MUNCHENSY, SIR WILLIAM DE 1: 183, 184
MUNDEN, 11th cent. landholding 4: 129 MUNDON
Neolithic pottery 16: 130
see also HALES FARM
MUSCHET FAMILY, medieval fees in Essex 1: 184 MUSSELS see MOLLUSCS
MUSSETT, ALEXANDER, Thorpe blacksmith 2: 128
MUSTY, A. E. S. et al., 'Exploratory Excavation within the Monastic Precinct, Waltham Abbey, 1972' 10:
127-73
MYDDLETON FAMILY OF STANSTED
MOUNTFITCHET  8: 282-7

NAILS
copper alloy, Dawes Heath, prob. Roman villa 13: 66, 67
iron
Iron Age/Roman, Danbury Camp 10: 18, 19
Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 26, 31, 32
Canvey Island 2: 19 Coggeshall
East Street 19: 75
St Peter's School19: 55, 57,58
Heybridge 17: 15,23
Nazeingbury  10: 101-2, 102
Rawreth 9: 33
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 13-14
Waltham, Little, Shopfield 2: 49, 53 medieval
Belchamp Otten, church 20: 150
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 117
medieval/post-medieval
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 50
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 125
post-medieval, Ambresbury Banks 10: 200
not precisely dated                             '
Chadwell St Mary 1: 136
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 59, 60
Mile End pottery kilns 7: 52, 53
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 137-8, 174, 175


NEEDLES/BODKINS, BONE


Wickford, Beauchamps Farm 12:67 Widford 11: 61
see also COFFIN NAILS; HOBNAILS; HORSESHOE NAILS
NAPOLEONIC WARS  see FRENCH WARS
NAPSTED  see MAPLESTEAD, LITTLE NASH HALL (ANGRA: POSS. DOMESDAY
PLACENAME)  16: 41
NASINGA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME), Roydon
(Netherhall) 16: 41, 42
NASSAU, THE HON. RICHARD SAVAGE 18: 69, 70 NAVESTOCK
Neolithic axe-head 15: 119, 120
late Bronze Age axe-head 16: 103
and Sir Brian Tuke 18: 45
Watton's Green, poss. Roman road 14: 125 NAYLINGHURST,  BRAINTREE
Anglo-Saxon settlement 8: 130
manor, mid-13th cent. pottery 8: 267-71, 268, 269, 270
medieval ironwork 8: 271, 273
NAYLOR,JOHN (QUAKER) 1: 204-5
NAZE, THE, Eadulf's Naze (Eadwulfesness) 2: 299, 309; 4:
146-7
NAZEING
Belgic, Roman and Saxon features 9: 102 medieval period
landholding 4: 130; 10: 31, 33
Walham, manor of (Domesday placename) 16: 43 map  10:32
topography 10: 3Q-1
NAZEING MEAD, Neolithic flint tools 12: 52, 55 NAZEINGBURY
Iron Age ceramic loomweight (poss. thatchweight) 14: 120,
121
Belgic features 9: 102; 10: 48
Belgic and Romano-British farms 10: 33-47, 34, 36, 39,
44;19:209
Saxon features
churches 10:47,49,51,53,54,63,64-76,6 251-2
inhumation cemetery 9: 102; 10: 31, 33, 35, 41,47-64,
50,52,55,66,68,74-5,  106,251-3;19: 123
medieval period 10: 33
Lapwoods Nursery (later Hainault Nursery) 10: 33 animal bones 10: 108-14, 111
bronze objects 10: 102-3, 103
building material10: 107-8
clay objects 10: 98-101, 99
environmental10:  114
iron objects 10: 101-2, 102
map 10:32
mise. finds 10: 104, 105, 106-7
pottery 10: 76-97(inc. illustr.), 104, 105
topography 10: 31
NECKLACES, late Saxon/early Norman, Saffron Walden Battle Ditches 1: 153
NECTON, ROBERT (16TH CENT. COLCHESTER PROTESTANT) 15: 85
NEEDLES
antler, ?netting needle, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 21,22
copper alloy
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 55,57
WalthamAbbey monastic site 10: 162, 163
NEEDLES/BODKINS,  BONE, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 21, 22



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