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Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 1-20. Index (Pow - Sco)

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

POWELL,J. ENOCH
'The Riddles of Bures' 6: 9Q-8
see also PROBERT, GEOFFREY
POWELL, REV. DAVID, de Vere family tombs 16: 55, 56, 58,
62,64
POWELL,WR.
'Antiquaries in conflict: Philip Morant versus Richard
Gough' 20: 143-6
'Essex Domesday Topography since 1903' 16: 4Q-7 'J. Horace Round, the County Historian' 12: 25-38
'The Essex Fees of the Honour of Richmond' 1: 179-89 'The medieval hospitals at East Tilbury and West Tilbury
and HenryVIII's forts' 19: 154-8 PRAE WOOD, VERULAMillM see VERULAMIUM PRAYERS FAMILY 6: 95, 96
PREMONSTRATENSIAN  CANONS, at Maldon 20: 46
PRESBYTERIANS, and Myddleton family 8: 283
PRIDDY, DEBORAH
et al., 'Pleshey Castle- the northern bailey: excavations at the village hall site, 1987' 19: 166-75
Excavations in Essex 1981 (ed.) 14: 133-45
1982 (ed.) 15: 163-72
1983-4 (ed.) 16: 123-39
1985 (ed.) 17: 156-65
1986 (ed.) 18: 104-13
1987 (ed.) 19: 26Q-71
Work of the Essex County Council Archaeology  Section 1980 (ed.)  13: 32-47
1981 (ed.) 14: 111-32
1982 (ed.) 15: 119-55
1983-84 (ed.) 16: 82-122
1985 (ed.) 17: 141-55
1986 (ed.) 18:88-103
1987 (ed.) 19: 240-59
PRIORS HALL (FORMERLY STONE HALL) see
WIDDINGTON
PRIORS  HALL,  STEBBING  see  STEBBING
PRITCHETT, G. E. 5: 218,221 PRITTLEWELL
middle Iron Age pottery 15: 128-9, 129
Roman coins 8: 246
Anglo-Saxon cemetery, grave-goods 19: 91-116(inc. illustr.)
11th cent. landholding 4: 129 14th cent.
English crisis 2: 268
Peasants' Revolt (1381) 2: 271
East Street, chimney stack (now demolished) 20: 99, 100
Priory 19: 91
Cluniac Priory of St Mary (St Clement added) 2: 42; 19:91
post-monastic buildings 12: 46
St Mary's Church 5: 218, 221; 19: 91
Sewage Works 19: 91
Sutton Road, Romano-British cremations 9: 103
West Street, Reynolds House, brick chimney stack 20: 95,
96, 10D-1, 102
see also TEMPLE FARM PRITTLEWELL  CAMP (GROVE FIELD
CAMP/FOSSETT'S FARM CAMP) 10: 22,
25, 26; 20: 164
PRITTLEWELL,JOHN  2: 268, 276
PRIVY COUNCIL, and Ship-money payment in 17th cent.
Essex 1: 16Q-3


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PROBERT, CHARLES KENTISH, brass-rubbing collection 11: 119, 121, 122
PROBERT, GEOFFREY, 'The Riddles ofBures Unravelled'
16:53-64
PROBERT, COL. WILLIAM CAWARDINE, de Vere tombs
16:54
PROVIDENCE ISLAND COMPANY 2: 62, 143, 144
PULLEY, RICHARD, Barnstable Hundred 1: 160 PUNCHES
iron
Romano-British, Heybridge 17: 25, 26
medieval/post-medieval, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5:  169,170
poss., copper alloy, Pebmarsh 1: 176, 178 PURBECK MARBLE
Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 24, 25,62-3, 125
Colchester
East Stockwell Street (poss.) 3: 39
Temple precinct 3: 123 medieval
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 46, 49, 75, 76, 78, 79 Chesterford, Little, Bassingbourne Wood, mortars 11:
58,59
Writtle, All Saints' Church, mortars 8: 169
Bures, de Vere tomb 16: 58
Easton, Great, mortar 2: 160
Gloucester Cathedral, Edward II's tomb 16: 59 Pyrgo Park, Thdor 18: 51
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 263; 4: 72, 114; 19: 140 PURFLEET, WESTTHURROCK
North Road Palaeolithic site 7: 1-13 (inc. illustr.) Mesolithic features 7: 3, 4, 5
Neolithic features 7: 3, 4, 5
Bluelands Quarry 7: 1, 2, 5-7, 6, 8-9, 11, 12
Greenlands Quarry 7: 1, 2-5, 2, 8, 11, 12, 13 PURLEIGH
11th cent. landholding 4: 129
1801 agricultural survey 5: 192, 198
deserted settlement earthworks 17: 107-19 (inc. illustr.)
see also CARTERS PASTURE; HOWEGREEN FARM Mount 14: 125, 126-7, 130; 20: 151
medieval pottery 20: 151
Whitmans, Great (Witham in Domesday) 16: 44 PURLEIGH HALL 17: 108
manor of 17: 112, 115
PURLEY (near Northey Island), medieval manors of 2: 108- 11,113,119
PURSE BARS, IRON, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5:
172, 173
PURTEPET, ROGER 17: 137, 139
PUTSEY, 11th cent. landholding 4: 129
PUTTO, THOMAS, tanner of Colchester and 'heretic' 15:
91
PYEFLEET, MERSEA ISLAND 14: 89, 90, 91
PYKAS,JOHN, BAKER IN COLCHESTER 15: 85
PYM,JOHN 2: 3, 62, 63,64-5, 71, 73, 74, 76, 143, 144, 211,
212
PYRGO PARK, HAVERING-ATTE-BOWER  18: 45-52,
46-7
history 18: 45, 48
pottery from 18: 49-51, 50

QUAIFE, ]ILL, 'Reeve's Account of the Manor of Burnham 14-15 Richard II,A.D. 1390-1391' 2: 147-58




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QUAKERS
John Ennous, clay-pipe maker 15: 106
John Hunton 1: 164
John Naylor 1: 204-5
and Walton-on-the-Naze 16: 66 QUAYS see WATERFRONTS QUENCY FAMILY 6: 91, 92
QUENDON, medieval knight's fee and 'Anstey case' 15: 70, 78


RAMESDANA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)


Waltham, Little, bee hive quem 1: 214 Wicken Bonhunt, Rhenish lava 8: 166
QUILTERS FARM, WOODHAM FERRERS see
WOODHAM FERRERS QUINTRELL, B.W.
'Gentry Factions and the Witham Mfray, 1628' 10: 118-
26
'Towards a "Perfect Militia", Warwick, Buckingham and the Essex Alarum of 1625' 15:96-105


QUERNS
Belgic, Nazeingbury 10: 106
late Iron Age/?early Roman, Felsted 19: 249, 251
Iron Age/Roman, Orsett Cock 18:21,31 Roman
general
millstone Grit 14: 123
puddingstone, distribution of 1: 247-9; 2: 96n; 14:
123
Barling Hall 9: 60 Braintree
Bank Street, Rhenish lava 8: 77 RayneRoad
millstone grit 8: 25
Rhenish lava 8: 25
Toft's Garage 17:87 Coggeshall
East Street 19: 76
St Peter's School19: 58
Heybridge
millstone grit 17: 28, 29
Rhenish lava 17: 15, 28,29
Layer-de-la-Haye, puddingstone 14: 123
Linford, Mucking 1: 102
Nazeingbury  10: 106-7
millstone grit 10: 107
Pleshey, Street, The 20: 151
Rainham, Moor Hall Farm 12: 46
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 22
Sampford, Great, Monks Cottage (poss.) 12: 71 Springfield, White Hart Lane 16: 109, 110
Springfield Cursus 15: 139
Stanford-le-Hope Bypass, Rhenish lava (prob.) 5: 121 Takeley Church 18: 114-15, 115
Tilbury, West, Gun Hill, Rhenish lava 5: 64, 88, 90
Wickham Bishops (prob.) 8: 163 Saxon
Coggeshall19: 251
Linford, Mucking, Rhenish lava 1: 102
Nazeingbury 10: 107
medieval, Hadleigh Castle, pot-quem 15: 175-6, 176
post-medieval, Coggeshall19: 47, 58, 75, 76,251
not precisely  dated
Blunt's Hall, Witham 1: 37
Braintree 8: 89
Mount Road 8: 113, 123
Chelmsford, Hall Street 14: 119, 123
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 75
Easter, High, Maidens Tye 19: 191
Heybridge, Blackwater Sailing Club 19: 247
Maldon, Rhenish lava 11: 67
Mile End pottery kilns, Rhenish lava (prob.) 7: 52 Rawreth
Millstone Grit 9: 42
Rhenish lava 9: 42
Sewardstone, Northfield Nurseries 10: 177



RADCLIFFE, ROBERT see SUSSEX, EARLS OF (5TH
EARL)
RADIOCARBON  DATING
general
Hullbridge Coastal Project, Crouch estuary 15: 167; 16:
130
Springfield, Bames Farm 16: 134
Mesolithic, Kelvedon, The Chase 14: 140, 143 Bronze Age
Ardleigh 7: 27
Barling Hall 13: 46; 16: 94
Barling Magna 13: 46
Braintree, Marlborough Road 13: 46
Clacton, Rush Green 15: 121, 123, 127, 128, 170
Mucking 16: 94
Rook Hall16: 96, 97n
Springfield Lyons, enclosure 16: 134, 138
Woodham Ferrers, South 16: 130, 138
Bronze Age/early Iron Age, Stansted, Airport Social Club
20: 165
middle Iron Age, Heybridge 17: 11, 61 Anglo-Saxon period
Mersea Island, the Strood, causeway 14: 80, 82-3, 82
Waltham Abbey 19: 123, 124-5, 151, 206 medieval
Coggeshall Grange Barn 16: 150
CressingTemple 18: 61
Shelford, Little, Foulness 13: 70 RADWINTER
Grange 20: 100
Martins Farm, medieval tile kiln 12: 46 Rectory garden, seal fmd 5: 239
('Reddewinter') medieval knight's fee and 'Anstey case' 15:
70,78
Roman road to Wixoe 11: 53
Romano-British finds 2: 339 RAILWAYS
and Clacton-on-Sea development 16: 65, 66, 75-6
and Colchester development 19: 235
RAINBOW WOOD, THURROCK, Iron Age site 6: 1-12
(inc. illustr.)
RAINEHAM (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
RAINHAM RAINHAM
Roman pottery finds 1: 166
Berwick (Renaham in Domesday) 16: 43
Launders manor (Domesday) 16: 43
Moor Hall Farm, late Iron Age/Roman features 10: 246; 12:46;13:53,58
parish church of St Helen and St Giles 2: 39 RAINHAM HALL, RAINHAM  (REINEHAM IN
DOMESDAY) 16: 43
RAM, RICHARD, Rector ofPeldon 7: 64
RAMESDANA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
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RAMESDUNA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
DOWNHAM; RAMSDEN BELLHOUSE RAMSDEN BELLHOUSE
Iron Age hut circles 2: 95
Ramesduna (poss. Domesday placename) 16: 46
Stanmer (Stantmere in Domesday) 16: 43
RAMSDEN CRAYS (RAMESDANA IN DOMESDAY) 16: 43,45
Ateleia? in (Domesday placename) 16: 44, 45 Crays Hill (Winthelle in Domesday?) 16: 43
RAMSEY, St Michael's Church 2: 43
RAMSEY ABBEY, Life of Saint Osyth 2: 300, 301, 308 RANSOME,JAMES, Great Yarmouth iron foundry 14: 105,
106,107
RANSOME, ROBERT, Ipswich iron foundry 14: 104, 105
RAPIN, PAUL DE, History of England 20: 144
RATCLIFF FAMILY, and Ashmans, Woodham Waiter 20: 131 RAVEN FAMILY, and Ashmans, Woodham Waiter 20: 129,
13Q-1
RAVETZ, ALISON & SPENCER, GILLIAN, 'Excavation of
the Battle Ditches, Saffron Walden, 1959' 1: 141-59
RAWRETH
genera/2: 96, 339-40; 9: 2Q-3, 21,27-8,30,43-5
Bronze Age features 9: 23, 44
Iron Age features 9: 22, 23, 44
Romano-British farm 9: 24-5,26-9,44
Anglo-Saxon features 9: 29
medieval features 9: 29, 31
timber structure (poss. water mill) 9: 29, 31,45
medieval manor 8: 210,212
1801 agricultural survey 5: 189, 198
'Dollarmans' (Dollymans) Farm 9: 23
mise. finds 9: 33, 42-3
pottery 9: 33-42(inc. illustr.), 44; 10: 185
Raymonds Farm 9: 23
see also CHICHESTER  HALL
RAWRETH  SHOT BRIDGE 9: 20, 21, 31, 32, 33, 43,45 RAYLEIGH
Roman pottery 8: 246
medieval market 13: 16, 19
Dutch Cottage 15: 167-8, 171
Holly Cottage, 18th cent. timber-framed building 17: 142 London Hill (Nos 3-5) 18: 95
post-medieval pot 8: 246, 266
RAYLEIGH CASTLE
medieval pottery 1:40, 147; 18: 41, 42, 43
outer bailey (Bellingham Lane) 16: 132, 138; 17: 162; 18: 39-44(inc. illustr.)
Tudor earthworks 18: 41 RAYLEIGH, LORD see STRUTT,J. W.
RAYMENT,JOHN L., Genealogy 14: 159-60 RAYNE
middle Bronze Age hoard 18: 13
Anglo-Saxon period 8: 129-30
early medieval village 8: 128, 129, 130
Cauldron Restaurant, The, post-medieval pottery 17: 151
churchyard, post-medieval pottery and finds 12: 74 Old School House 15: 159
Rayne/Braintree  bypass
Roman rural site 19: 266; 20: 1-29(inc. illustr.)
animal and human bone 20: 22-5, 24
glass from 20: 18-20-19, 19
lithics from 20: 17, 22
metalworkfrom20:  12-13,14


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mortar from 20: 21
poss. villa 19: 266; 20: 1, 4, 8, 20, 27
pottery from 20: 8, 14-18, 16-17
slag from 20: 21
tiles from 19: 266; 20: 19-21
worked bone from 20: 17,21
RAYNE, GREAT, StJohn the Baptist, free chapel of 8: 135
RAYNE, LITTLE, church at 8: 134
RAYNE HALL 20: 97
manor of 8: 130, 134
RAYNER, ERNEST EDWARD, and Wallwood estate, Leyton 1: 125
RAYNHAM, EDMUND, Colchester Town Clerk (c. 1721) 18:67
RAYNOR, THOMAS, ofThaxted 8: 227, 228
READING (BERKS), Civil War siege of2: 7Q-1 REANEY, P. H., In Memoriam 2: 162 REBENSTORF  (GERMANY)  1: 90
REBOW, ISAAC MARTIN (d 1781) 18: 70, 71, 72; 19: 224,
225
REBOW, SIR ISAAC (d 1726), Colchester Whig MP 18: 66, 67
REBOW FAMILY, Colchester 19: 224
RED HILLS 14: 19; 16: 140; 17:52
Barling, Gravel Quarry 18: 104
Benfleet, South 8: 259, 260
Bradwell-on-Sea, power station 19: 265
Burnham-on-Crouch, Redward Farm 8: 163
Canvey Island 1: 265; 2: 14-33(inc. illustr.); 5: 118; 11: 110
Dengie Peninsula 12: 107-9, 108; 20: 172
Goldhanger 14: 19
Langenhoe 1: 131
Maldon, Osea Road 17: 52, 62, 64
Mersea, East, Maydays Farm 14: 138, 144
Peldon 9: 103; 15: 134
Tollesbury 10: 247; 11: 108
Decoy Farm 8: 179
Wigborough, Little, New Hall Farm 20: 172, 173 REDBRIDGE seeWANSTEAD PARK REDDEWINTER see RADWINTER
REDWARD FARM see BURNHAM-ON-CROUCH REFORMATION
in Colchester 15: 84-95
saints and church dedications 2: 44-6
Waltham Abbey 19: 123, 132
see  also  NONCONFORMITY
. REGINALD DE MAIDENHETH, ABBOT OF
WALTHAM 10: 128, 130
REIGATE (SURREY) 2: 323
castle of 2: 269, 270 REIGATE  STONE
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 75, 79
Colchester Castle well (poss.) 5: 238
Rochford  16: 12, 16,20 Waltham Abbey
bloomery forge 5: 179
Market Square 19: 206
monastic site 4: 68, 114-15; 10: 169; 19: 125, 127, 140,
141
REINEHAM (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
RAINHAM HALL, RAINHAM RELIGION AND RITUAL
Bronze Age
Clacton, Rush Green, ring ditches 15: 128 Harlow, Bronze Age vessels 16: 99-100





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RELIGION AND RITUAL (cont.)
Iron Age/Roman, Tolleshunt d'Arcy poss. horse and head cults 11: 36, 39
late Iron Age, Woodham Waiter, ritual deposition (poss.) 20: 172, 174
Celtic/Roman animal burial ritualS: 97; 19: 45 Roman
Christian symbolism on metalwork 18: 115, 116, 117-19
Christianity in eastern Britain 18: 118, 119
Rayne, Rayne/Braintree bypass (poss.) 19: 266; 20: 8,
25,26
Stansted Airport Catering site, poss. shrine 19: 269
Anglo-Saxon Christian burials, Waltham Abbey 19: 117, 124-5
medieval
church wall paintings Burstead, Great 20: 150
Henham, St Mary the Virgin Church 20: 152 Essex churches, indurated conglomerate in 18: 120 Waltham Abbey, Madonna statue 19: 123, 130, 132,
136, 142, 143
post-medieval, Presbyterians, and Myddleton family 8: 283
see  also  CHURCHES/CHAPELS;    CURSUS
MONUMENTS; MONASTERIES AND MONASTIC SITES; NONCONFORMITY; QUAKERS; REFORMATION;
RELIGIOUS HOUSES; VOTIVE OFFERINGS; WITHAM (IVY CHIMNEYS)
RELIGIOUS HOUSES
14th-15th cent. 'alien priories' 8: 209, 216-17, 219, 221
and medieval cloth trades 20: 46
see also  CHANTRIES;  CHURCHES/CHAPELS; MONASTERIES   AND   MONASTIC SITES;TEMPLES
RENAHAM   (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)   see RAINHAM
(BERWICK)
RENTON, DOUGLAS et al., 'Deserted Settlement
Earthworks at Purleigh' 17: 107-19 REPTON, HUMPHREY, andWallwood House, Leyton 1:
122
REREDOS, HENHAM, ST MARYTHE VIRGIN CHURCH 20: 152
RETTENDON
All Saint's Church: restoration 5: 204-6, 214-15(Pl. I) and Ely Abbey 1: 190, 191, 193, 194
see also KILNS, pottery   (Roman)
RETTENDON HALL, Roman pottery kiln 11: 50 RETTENDONWOODS, and Peasants' Revolt 2: 271 REYNOLDE,JOHN, VICAR OF ST LEONARD'S,
COLCHESTER 15: 85
REYNOLDS FAMILY, and Pyrgo ('Portgore') 18: 48 REYNOR,JOHN, bailiff ofRochford Hundred 1: 160
RHEINZABERN  (GERMANY), pottery kilns 14:35, 151,
152
RHENISH LAVA
Widford 11: 61
see  also  QUERNS
RHUDDLAN (FLINTS), Blackmores Head, fireplace 20: 101
RICH, HENRY see HOLLAND (1ST EARL OF)
RICH, ROBERT see WARWICK  (2ND EARL OF)
RICH, SIR NATHANIEL, Essex alarum of 1625 15:97,98 RICHARD I, KING, Assize of Cloth 20: 34, 38, 57


RINGS, FINGER


RICHARD II,KING 2: 267,268, 269, 270, 271-4, 275,
276-7;8:209,211,212,213,214,215-16
coins 18: 106
RICHARD Ill,KING 14: 136
RICHARD OF BELMEIS I (THE RED BISHOP), Bishop of London 1109-1127 2: 302-4, 306, 308-10,
316-19,327-8
RICHARD OF BELMEIS II,Bishop of London 1152-1162 2:304
RICHARD OF NEWPORT 20: 84, 85
RICHARDSON, K. M., 'Excavations in Lewis's Gardens, Colchester, 1955 and 1958' 1:7-32
RICHBOROUGH (KENT)
Roman stud 14: 147, 148 Romano-British pottery
Colchester products 14: 50, 54
forms 2: 86, 88, 91, 92, 94
RICHE, ROBERT, LORD, lord of manor of Braintree (17th cent.) 8: 133
RICHMOND (YORKS), Essex fees of the honour of 1: 179- 89
RICKWORD, GERALD OWEN: IN MEMORIAM 2: 342
RIDGE  MARSH  FARM, FOULNESS  see  FOULNESS
RIDGEWELL, ?socketed axe find 18: 14
RIDGEWELL NORTON (NORTUNA IN DOMESDAY) 16:42
RIEVAULX ABBEY (YORKS), pot-quern 15: 175
RIGBY, RICHARD, Adam Church at Misley 1: 253, 254,
255,257
RIKHIL, WILLIAM, ROYAL JUSTICE 2: 280, 281 RING  DITCHES
and round barrows in Essex 12: 79
Abridge, Wittal's Field 15: 163, 171; 18: 104
Ardleigh 12: 39; 15: 4, 7; 18: 24
Asheldham 16:87
Bromley, Great, Bromley Thicks 9: 99
Clacton, Rush Green 8: 147, 148, 149; 15: 121-8 (inc.
illustr.), 165, 170
Colchester, Chitts Hill9: 1, 4-6, 4-6, 7, 14, 17, 19
Dunmow, Great 12: 77, 78
Peering 15: 152
Kelvedon, Doucecroft 19: 18, 37
Orsett Cock, Bronze Age 18: 17-19, 19,24, 25-7
Sheering/Matching 15: 152
Springfield, Barnes Farm 14: 142
Stour valley (Wormingford/Bures) 14: 114, 115
Sturmer, Popesmill Farm 16: 134
Toppesfield 19: 255, 256
Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 12: 43; 13: 53, 58; 14: 139; 16:
128
Waltham Abbey, Saxo-Norman enclosure 5: 149
see also BROOMFIELD  PLANTATION  QUARRY; MUCKING
RING HILL CAMP, LITTLEBURY, Iron Age hillfort 10: 23, 24, 26; 17: 123
RINGS
copper alloy
Fingringhoe 18: 9, 10
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 162, 164
iron
Iron Age/Roman,  Chadwell StMary 1:128,136 medieval, Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 158, 160
see alsoTERRET  RINGS
RINGS, FINGER
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RINGS, FINGER (cont.)
copper alloy Heybridge 17: 23 Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 18, 19
Colchester, Lexden Road 16: 145, 148
medieval, Great Canfield, Old Fitzjohns 8: 157, 165
glass, Roman, Colchester 3: 33, 34
gold, Roman, Colchester 14: 153-5
RINGWOULD  (KENT), biconical urn 7: 17 RISEBERGH  (BUCKS), 15th cent. manor of2: 294-5 RISEBRIDGE, MANOR OF (IN HAVERING) 9: 134 RITUAL see RELIGION AND RITUAL RIVENHALL
?Neolithic long barrow 16: 92
early timber church 10: 73, 74 Roman period
buckle 18:116,117
poss. villa site 19: 82, 87 medieval period
clergy 1: 251
pottery 15: 66
'Rivenhall: investigations of a villa, church and village
195o-1977 (Rodwell,W.J,andK.A.)  17:180
St Mary's and All Saints' Church 20: 152
see also COLEMAN'S  FARM/APPLEFORD  FARM,
WITHAM
RIVERS, 4TH EARL see SAVAGE, RICHARD ROACH, RIVER 16: 7; 17: 160
ROACH ESTUARY
Hullbridge Project 18: 107
salt production 16: 7 ROADS
Roman 11:52
A134 origins (nr Colchester) 7: 54
Braintree 8: 121-2, 123; 16: 28, 30,36
Coggeshall Road earthworks 8: 104, 107, 108; 15: 36,
37, 38, 43, 44, 45, 50
London Road 1.9,: 262
Sandpit Road 17: 91
Chelmsford
Baddow Road 11: 101
to Braintree at Little Waltham 2: 47 Chigwell to Harlow li: 53
Colchester, East Stockwell Street 3: 38-9 Colchester to Cambridge, Via Devana 1: 175
Colchester to Clacton, at St Osyth (Wellwick Farm) 12: 47
Dengie Peninsula 12: 109
Easthorpe, Gol Grove 13: 51
Heybridge 17: 63
Heybridge to Wickham Bishops 11: 53
Kelvedon 10:245
Lofts Farm 17:61
Navestock, Watton's Green (poss.) 14: 125
Pebmarsh (poss.) 1: 173, 175
Radwinter to Wixoe 11: 53
Romford, Warren Farm 20: 164
Sewardstone, Northfield nursery (poss.) 9: 104; 10: 176
Stane Street 8: 104, 107, 108, 112, 128; 11: 115; 17: 82
at Braintree 20: 159
at Coggeshall17: 159; 19:47,80,82,83, 84,86
at Dunmow, Great 20: 179
and medieval markets 13: 18, 19
near Rayne 19: 266; 20: 1


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Tilbury, West, Gun Hill (poss.) 5: 7o-1 Wickford 2: 96
medieval
Chelmsford 2: 333
and growth of markets 13: 18-19 post-medieval
A12 Chelmsford by-pass 16: 120
A13/M25 schemes, Thurrock 12: 48; 13: 54; 18: 16, 17
A120 (near Rayne) (Stebbing Ford) 20: 1 A129 diversion, Chichester Hall 9: 20, 21, 31
Braintree, Toft's Garage 17: 84
Coggeshall, by-pass route 15: 151 Colchester
eastern by-pass, prehistoric features 13: 50, 57, 58
northern by-pass 7: 33
Maldon, Southern Relief Road 20: 164
Turnpike Trusts 9: 31, 33,45
see also CAUSEWAYS; 'DROVEWAY'; M11 MOTORWAY; M25 MOTORWAY; RAYNE (RAYNE/BRAINTREE BYPASS); STANFORD LE HOPE BYPASS; TILBURY DOCKS APPROACH ROAD; TRACKWAYS
ROBERT 'DE SIGILLO', BISHOP OF LONDON 2: 304
ROBERTS, FREDERICK, 'The Surviving Facade of Crompton's Original Works, Anchor Street, Chelmsford' 12: 116-17
ROBERTSON, I.G. 17: 7
ROBINSON, DORCAS (WIFE OF GEORGE) 20: 133, 136, 137
ROBINSON, GEORGE, 17th-cent.Witham token hoard 20:
133-42,138
ROBINSON FAMILY, ofWitham 20: 133, 135-40
ROCHELL, WILLIAM DE LA, Ockendon manor 18: 99 ROCHESTER (KENT)
Castle 2: 42-3
Cathedral19: 127 ROCHFORD
general
medieval period  16: 7-22 (inc. illustr.)
?medieval boundary embankment 13: 71
manor 16:7
medieval clergy 1: 252
17th cent. Ship-money 1: 160, 162
1801 agricultural survey 5: 191,198
pottery from 16: 12, 16-19, 17, 19
Cherry Orchard Lane brickfield: prehistoric evidence 9: 103 East Street 16: 7, 10, 12-15, 13-14
post-medieval cottages 16: 7, 15
Roman gravel pathway 12: 46; 16: 13, 15,20
watercourses  16: 12, 13, 15, 20,21
Golf Course, Tudor brick structure 11: 108; 13: 38 Horner's Corner, medieval and post-medieval structures
18: 108
industrial estate, Roman evidence 9: 103
Market Square 16: 10-11, 12
medieval and post-medieval structures 11: 107-8; 16: 7,
12,20-1
Rochford Hall, 16th cent. 17: 162, 165, 173; 18: 108 South Street
No. 17
medieval hall house
brick chimney stack 20: 96
restoration 16: 132
Turnpike Trust 9: 31,33





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ROCKLAND ALL SAINTS/ROCKLAND ST ANDREWS
(NORFOLK), 'Rokelund' medieval knight's fee and 'Anstey case' 15: 70, 80
ROCQUE,JOHN, map (1741-6), Stratford Broadway 15: 170 RODING
1801 agricultural survey 5: 189-90
and Ely Abbey 1: 190, 193, 194
parish church dedications 2: 37-8 RODING, ABBESS
1801 agricultural survey 5: 189, 195
Berwick Berners (Roinges in Domesday) 16: 43 St Edmund's Church 2: 38
RODING, AYTHORPE
and Ely Abbey 1: 190
St Mary's Church 2: 38; 18: 100 RODING, BEAUCHAMP
Saxo-Norman settlement 13: 42,46
deserted medieval village 13: 42,46
medieval fee 1: 179, 185, 186
medieval pottery 13: 39,42
St Botolph's Church 2: 38
RODING, BERNERS, parish church dedication 2: 38 RODING,  HIGH
All Saints Church 2: 38
and Ely Abbey 1: 190
RODING, LEADEN 2: 38
Roman coin 8: 243
and Ely Abbey 1: 190, 192
medieval manor 8: 210,214-15,222 RODING,  MARGARET
Marks Hall16: 41,43
Rodinges/Roinges (poss. Domesday placename) 16:41,43, 46
St Margaret's Church 2: 38
RODING MOREL, and Ely Abbey 1: 190 RODING, RIVER 10: 25; 20: 54 RODING, WHITE
Cammas Hall 20: 92
Rodinges (poss. Domesday placename) 16: 46
St Martin's Church 2: 38
RODING VALLEY TRUNK SEWER 8: 200, 201, 202 RODINGES (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see RODING,
MARGARET  (Marks Hall); RODING, WHITE
RODWELL, K.A.
'Prehistoric, Roman and Saxon finds from Stanford le Hope' 5: 123-6
'The Excavation of a Romano-British Pottery Kiln at Palmer's School, Grays, Essex' 15: 11-35
see also book reviewed  (below)
RODWELL, W. J.
'Excavation of a "Red Hill" on Canvey Island' 2: 14-33 'Excavations at Gun Hill, WestTilbury' 5: 48-112 'Orsett "Cock" Cropmark Site' 6: 13-39
'Prehistoric, Roman and Saxon finds from Stanford le
Hope' 5: 123-6
Romano-British pottery kilns, products of 5: 19-47
'The Production and Distribution of Pottery and Tiles in
the Territory oftheTrinovantes'  14: 15-76 and Drury, P. J., and Wickenden, N. P., 'Finds from the
Probable Site of a Roman Villa at Dawes Heath, Thundersley'  13: 66-8, 67
and Rodwell, K. A., 'Rivenhall: investigations of a villa,
church and village 1950-1977' (book reviewed) 17: 180


ROUND, JOHN HORACE


ROINGES (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see RODING, ABBESS (BERWICK BERNERS); RODING,  MARGARET
ROKEL,JOHN, ROYAL JUSTICE 2: 280,281 ROKELUND see ROCKLAND ALL
SAINTS/ROCKLANDSTANDREWS (NORFOLK)
ROLLIN & FEUARDENT, PARIS COIN DEALERS 20: 134
ROMAN ARMY UNITS
Legio XIV Gemina 11: 44
Legio XXValeria  11: 44; 14:33
ROMAN ESSEX SOCIETY 8: 234-48
Chelmsford excavation 4: 3
ROMAN ROADS see ROADS  (Roman)
ROMAN/ROMANO-BRITISH    PERIOD  see  POTTERY
and under individual places by name
ROMFORD
Palaeolithic hand-axes 11: 32, 33
medieval period
12th/13th cent. textile occupations 20: 39,45
market 13: 17
see also HAVERING  (MEDIEVAL MANOR)
and English Civil War 2: 73, 74
Gidea Park 8: 246
market excavations, tannery evidence 16: 132
St Edward the Confessor, Church of 2: 38, 40
see also COOKE  (COKE) FAMILY, OF GIDEA HALL; WARREN  FARM
ROOFING MATERIALS see LOUVERS; SLATE;TILES
ROOK HALL, GOLDHANGER
general
prehistoric features 18: 107-8; 19: 265-6
Chappel Farm site 16: 131
salvage excavation 16: 131; 17: 160, 165 Bronze Age
cremation 18: 108
poss. well (Feature 49) 16: 94-6, 97-9
pottery 15: 167; 16: 131
smith's hoard 18: 108
early Iron Age
poss. well (Feature 661) 16: 94, 96,97-9
pottery 16:94-7, 95, 131
early Saxon metallurgy evidence 19: 261,266
ROOKERY HILL, LITTLE THURROCK 5: 114, 116
prehistoric features 5: 115
medieval  features  5:113,115,117,118
ROSKELL,J. S., 'John Doreward ofBocking, Speaker in 1399 and 1413' 8: 209-23
ROTHEND,ASHDON,medievalfee   1:179,185,188
ROTHERLY (WILTS), Iron Age post settings, poss. raised granary  6:4
ROUEN (FRANCE)
abbey of St Ouen 2: 289-91; 8: 216-17; 12: 94, 95, 97, 99;
15:173,174
Mersea Charter 2: 289-90; 12: 94-102; 14: 87-93, 90
ROULAND,JOHN  (CLERK) 2: 275
ROUND, GEORGE (1803-57) 1: 17
ROUND, GEORGE (BANKER) (c. 1795) 14: 103 ROUND, JOHN HORACE
Domesday Book studies 12: 11-24, 28-30, 32, 33, 37; 16:
40,41
shaping of a historian 12: 1-lO(inc. illustr.)
and Vi"ctoria County Histories 12: 11, 15, 16, 18, 19, 25-
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ROUND FAMILY, COLCHESTER


ROUND FAMILY, COLCHESTER 1: 17
ROUND HOUSES see STRUCTURES, EXCAVATED
(Iron Age)
ROUSE, ROBERT, Colchester mercer 15: 86
ROWE, MISS V. A., 'Robert, Second Earl ofWarwick and the Payment of Ship-Money in Essex' 1: 16Q-3
ROWE,  SIR WILLIAM  2:69,74,75 ROXBURGH CASTLE (ROX) 8: 213
ROYDON, Netherhall (Nasinga in Domesday) 16: 41,42 RUBBISH PITS
Roman
Colchester
Balkerne Gardens 3: 50
St Mary's Rectory 3: 67 Shelford, Little, Foulness 9: 1OQ-1 Waltham, Little, Shopfield 2: 50,51
Saxo-Norman manorial enclosure, Waltham Abbey 5: 149- 50
RUCKHOLT,  LEYTON
Leintuna Domesday manor 16: 42
Elizabethan manor court: leet jurisdiction 13: 4, 5-6, 13n
18th cent. manor 1: 121
RUDGE, E. A., 'Interim Report on the Distribution of the Puddingstone  Quern'  1:247-9
RUDSTON (YORK.S), mosaic 18: 117, 119 RUNNYMEDE BRIDGE (SURREY)
late Bronze Age 18: 12
pottery  16: 107; 17:31
RUNSELL GREEN, DANBURY, medieval sword/dagger pommel11:  65
RUNWALD, SAINT, parish church dedications 2: 38 RUNWELL, medieval clergy 1: 252
RUSH GREEN, CLACTON
prehistoric features 8: 147, 147-9, 148; 12: 82
Bronze Age ring ditches 8: 147, 148, 149; 15: 121-8 (inc.
illustr.), 165,170
'Deverel-Rimbury' culture 15: 127
post-medieval pottery 8: 179-80, 180
RUSHDEN (NORTHANTS), 'Belgic' pottery kilns 14: 18 RUSHEY PLATT, NR SWINDON (WILTS), medieval
aquamanile15:56,59,60,62 RYAN, PATRICIA M. et al.
'Ashmans, Woodham Waiter: a post-medieval house and its setting' 20: 120-32
'Deserted Settlement Earthworks at Purleigh' 17: 107-19 'Fieldwork and Excavation at Pyrgo Park 1971 and 1972'
18:45-52
'John Ennows: A Previously Unknown Clay-Pipe Maker of All Saints, Colchester' 15: 106-12
'Maidens Tye: a moated site at High Easter' 19: 176--95 RYDER,EDWARD,andManorofLeyton    1:115,116,117
RYDER, SIR WILLIAM 1: 115-16, 117,119
RYDER, SKINNER, and 'Wallwood' forest 1: 118-19 RYE HOUSE (HERTS) 20: 92
RYE (SUSSEX), Baptist Chapel 5: 236
RYLEY, EDWARD, Rector ofPeldon 7: 63
RYPERE, THOMAS, Colchester town clerk (15th cent.) 14: 99, 101n
RYS, THOMAS 1: 183

SAALE VALLEY (GERMANY), salt production 16: 140 SACKVILLE FAMILY, 'Anstey case' and medieval
inheritance  15: 68-83
SACOMBE (HERTS), medieval manor 8: 213


Essex Society for Archaeology and History


SAFFRONWALDEN 8: 166
general
brass-rubbing 11: 122
development of settlement 17: 120, 127
late Iron Age features 17: 63, 123-4
Roman pottery kiln see KILNS, pottery  (Roman) medieval period 20: 45, 46, 56
'Battle Ditches' 1: 141-59 (inc. illustr.); 9: 104; 11: 57
expansion 1: 155
Manhall, medieval fee of 1: 179, 184
market 2: 45; 13: 16, 17; 16: 133
'Wealden' houses 20: 108 16th cent.
HolyTrinity, Guild of2: 45
incorporation 8: 225
post-medieval, structure excavated (later Bell Inn) 16: 118
Abbey Lane, Saxo-Norman features 9: 104
Castle 8: 165-6; 11: 70-2, 71, 108
Castle Grounds, medieval structure 18: 96 Emson Close, 17th/18th cent. well9: 91-2 Gibson Estate 1: 143, 153, 155
King Street, No. 35, post-medieval cellar 19: 253 Market Row/Hill Street, medieval market place 16: 133 Museum Street 16: 133
Old Rectory 19: 253
Pig Market 16: 133
St Mary's Parish Church 2: 45
and Sir J. Griffin Griffin of Audley End 11: 92-3, 97, 98
Slade,The (stream) 16: 133
see  also AUDLEY  END; GRIMSDITCHWOOD; WALDEN,  LITTLE; WALDEN    (MANOR)
SAFFRONWALDEN  MUSEUM
1977 activities 9: 157
Iron Age linchpin 18: 114
ST ALBANS  (HERTS)
Abbey and late 14th cent. crisis 2: 273, 275
see   also VERULAMIUM
ST CLAIR, HAMON DE (FATHER OF HUBERT) 20: 31, 32
ST CLAIR, HUBERT DE, Constable of Colchester (1155)
20:30-3
ST CLAIR FAMILY 20: 3Q-2
ST CLERES  HALL see  ST OSYTH
ST EDMUNDSBURY ABBEY see BURY ST EDMUNDS (SUFFOLK)
ST HELEN, GUILD OF 2: 39
ST HELIER QERSEY) 8: 187, 194
ST JOHN, OLIVER (LATER CHIEF JUSTICE) 2: 61, 63,
64
ST JOSEPH, DR}. K. S.
'Air Reconnaissance: Recent Results' 5: 6(&n) Orsett Cock site 6: 13
Thurrock survey 5: 48
ST LAWRENCE ('VILLA SANCTI LAUENCII')/
NEWLAND?, medieval knight's fee and 'Anstey case' 15: 70, 78
ST MARTIN LE GRAND, cartulary 20: 84 ST OSYTH 12: 82
Belgic/Roman pottery 8: 149
medieval market 13: 16, 19
medieval wool trade 20: 38
Mill Street, 19th cent. well 9: 91
Priory Park, Roman building excavated 1: 259, 260,261
St Cleres Hall 20: 32




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ST OSYTH (cont.)
Wellwick (WellWyck/Welwick) 2:301 Farm
Roman features 12: 47; 15: 168; 16: 134; 17: 144
not precisely dated, ironworking furnaces 14: 141-2
see  also  CHICH/CHICHE
ST OSYTH ABBEY 5: 234; 20: 32
foundation
and 'black canons' 2: 299, 304-5, 306,308,310
charters 2: 315-28, 32D-1(Pl. 11)
Lives of Saint Osyth 2: 299-328 Holland, manor of20: 75,81
ST OUEN, ABBEY OF (ROUEN) see ROUEN ST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL
as ecclesiastical landowner 2: 37; 15: 141
and foundation of St Osyth's 2: 302,303,304,316,318 ST PETER'S SCHOOL, COGGESHALL see
COGGESHALL
SAINTS, and parish church dedications in Essex 2: 34-46 SALISBURY, JOHN OF see JOHN OF SALISBURY SALISBURY CATHEDRAL (WILTS)
architectural stonework 20: 101
structural timberwork 18: 62
SALLOWS, ROBERT, Thorpe Hall farm 2: 127
SALMON, NATHANIEL, History of Essex (unfinished) 20: 144, 145
SALT INDUSTRY
prehistoric (general), Mucking 9: 101 late Bronze Age
Corringham, Hall Farm (poss.) 16: 140
Mucking 16: 140
Woodham Ferrers, South 16: 130 Belgic
lngoldmells  (Lines) 14: 19-20, 20,22
Tollesbury 11: 108
Iron Age/Roman period 5: 92-3; 14: 20, 22, 38; 17: 52
Canvey Island 2: 14, 17, 21; 11: 110; 12: 40; 15: 34, 165,
171
Wigborough, Little, New Hall Farm 20: 172, 173
Roman, Havengore Island, poss. site 18: 107
not precisely  dated
Crouch estuary 16: 7
Hullbridge Survey 15: 167; 16: 130
Grays, Palmer's School (College) 15: 33-4,35
Maldon, Osea Road 'Red Hill' 17: 52, 64
Roach estuary 16: 7
Southminster, Bovill's Marsh 9: 84
see also BRIQUETAGE; RED HILLS
SALTCOTES HALL, HEYBRIDGE, Roman and post­
Roman finds 17: 60
SALTONSTALL MONUMENT, SOUTH OCKENDON CHURCH  5:213-14,217
SALVIN, ANTHONY  (VICTORIAN ARCHITECT), and
Pyrgo 18:48
SAMANTUNA  (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)   see
PELDON  (SAMPSON'S FARM) SAMPFORD, GREAT
Monks Cottage 12: 70-1, 72,83
Old Manor House 12: 88-9
Parsonage Farm, post-medieval house and barn 12: 88 Store House 11: 82-3
The White House 12: 89
SAMPFORD, LITTLE, Rectory 11: 83
SAMPSON'S FARM (SAMANTUNA IN DOMESDAY)
seePELDON


SCOTLAND, WILLIAM WILKIE


SANDALS see SHOES
SANDFORD, ALICE (5TH EARL OF OXFORD'S
COUNTESS) 6: 91, 92, 97; 16: 57 SANDON
Romano-British period
pottery 8: 251,253-8, 254, 256,274
see also KILNS, pottery  (Roman) Bensted  Green  (Bedenestede/Bedenesteda)
Domesday placename 16: 41
medieval knight's fee and 'Anstey case' 15: 70,79
church, pillar piscina 5: 216
and Ely Abbey 1: 190, 195
Lavender's gravel pit 8: 253; 11: 50
medieval clergy 1: 252
SANDOWN PARK, ESHER (SURREY), Iron Age pottery
1:78,84,85
SANSOM, CHARLES, and Wallwood, Leyton 1: 123, 124
SANSOM, PHILIP, and Wallwood, Leyton 1: 123 SANSOM FAMILY, and Wallwood, Leyton 1: 123 'SARACEN'S HEAD'
and de Vere tombs 16: 61-2
Prested Hall Chase, Kelvedon 6: 95, 96, 96-7(Pl. VII)
SARGEANT,JAMES (PAINTER) 8:135
SAUNDERS, E. S.,Vicar ofThorpe 2: 125
SAUNDERS,JONATHAN, Rector ofPeldon 7: 65 SAVAGE, RICHARD, LORD COLCHESTER (LATER
4TH EARL RIVERS), c. 16881: 119-20 SAVAGE, SIR THOMAS 10:121
SAVIGNAC FOUNDATION, COGGESHALL ABBEY 16: 150
SAVILL, SAMUEL, Colchester Tory 18:68
SAVORY, L., and Couchman, C., 'The Cropmark Complex and a Group ofDeverel-Rimbury Burials at Ardleigh, Essex' 15: 1-10
SAWEN FAMILY, Little Waltham  1: 112
SAXON  PERIOD  see  POTTERY;  SUNKEN-FEATURED BUILDINGS  (GRUBENHA'USER';  and
under individual places by name
SAXY,JOHN, Rector ofPeldon 7: 62
SAYE AND SELE, LORD 2: 143
SCABBARD MOUNTS, COPPER ALLOY, Anglo-Saxon,
Prittlewell19: 101, 103, 110
SCABBARDS 20: 118
bronze
Iron Age/La Tene period 14: 8
Roman, Colchester 3: 28, 29, 30 SCANDINAVIA
bronze axes 8: 280
early copper alloy brooch types 16: 149
Gerrild Church, Jutland (Denmark), medieval plough representation 4: 116-17
timber building techniques 10: 72, 73-4
see also DANISH INVASIONS
SCHLESWIG (GERMANY), dendrochronology  14: 83 SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN  (GERMANY), Saxon pottery
influences 1: 90
SCIDDINCHOU (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
MISTLEY  (SHEDDON/SHARING  HALL) SCILCHEHAM/SCIDDEHAM  (DOMESDAY
PLACENAME)  see MISTLEY
SCILLY ISLES, Nornour 14: 146, 148
SCOLE (NORFOLK), Roman pottery 14: 49 SCOTLAND, WILLIAM WILKIE  (FAMBRIDGE
BREACHES  SCHEME)  18:77, 78,80, 83,
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