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Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 21-30. Index (Cha -Col )


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.

Chapman and Andre's map (cont.)
Stebbingford 27: 108
Terling 25: 237
Tiptree Heath 26: 138, 139, 140
and tithe maps 25: 222, 224, 225
Wakering, Great 28: 10
West Lee and Lee Chapel21: 51
Wethersfield, Great Codham Hall 30: 248
WoodhamWalter30:  182,186,187,190,192,193
Chapman and Webb, land surveyors 25: 221 Chappel
Old Stores, timber-framed kitchen 26: 188, 189
Swan public house, 16th cent. kitchen 28: 116 Chappel Viaduct, defensive fortifications 29: 191 charcoal
Iron Age
Asheldham Camp 22: 14, 20, 24, 34-5, 34
Fox Hall, Southend 26: 25, 28
Anglo-Saxon, Chadwell St Mary, County Primary School 28:208;29:56
not precisely  dated
Billericay, School21: 44
Writtle, Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 8, 9, 11 Charles I, King see coins (post-medieval)
Charles II,King
and Harwich 25: 176-7, 182;26: 194-5
Restoration period 25: 174-5
see also coins (post-medieval) Charles V, King of France 26: 148 Charlesworth, Prof. M. P. 28: 267
Chartres (France), building units of measurement 25:
111
Chelmer, River 27: 102; 28: 12, 90, 182,213, 214; 29: 233
at Chelmsford 23: 103
WW2 pill-boxes on 26: 256
Chelmer valley 26: 231
prehistoric (general) 29: 203
Bronze Age features 25: 237; 28: 182; 30: 1, 6, 19, 20, 22
late Bronze Age settlement 25: 3, 9-12, 11; 26: 1, 22; 30:
6-7
medieval and Tudor parks see Leighs, Little (Hall); Littley
Park; Pleshey; Pond Park
Chelmer Village East, prehistoric to Roman features 28: 213-14
Chelmer-Blackwater canal26: 292 Chelmsford
general
National Mapping Project 25: 235, 237
The Sleepers and the Shadows. Chelmsford: a town, its people and its past  (H. Grieve) (book review) 26:291-3
by period
Roman
Caesaromagus 21: 8; 24: 18; 26: 100; 30: 213, 276
temple and other sites (book review) 24: 239
?defensive ditch line 28: 208
bath complex 26: 205
temple site 24: 239; 26: 69
textile-working 26: 77
see also mansio (Grove Road) below
medieval
court buildings 22: 82
Dominican friary 22: 73; 30: 77, 149, 151
early settlement plots 27: 223
hundred of26: 127, 164; 29: 119


Chelmsford


planned settlement 28: 111
sgraffito ware 23: 51, 53
17th to 19th cent. religious dissent (book review) 26: 292
18th/19th cent.
architects as civic dignitaries 24: 168
and the French Wars 26: 292; 28: 315
House of Correction 27: 233
Shire Hall26: 291, 293
and work ofJohnJohnson (architect) (book review) 23: 170
19th/20th cent.
Chelmer-Blackwater canal26: 292
Corn Exchange 26: 205, 213
and statue ofChiefJusticeTindal26: 213
Union Workhouse (now StJohn's Hospital) 26: 212
see also Chancellor, Frederic 20th  cent.
GHQ Line 27: 274
WW2 sites 25: 237; 30: 208
see also individual locations below
Baddow Road, medieval timber structures  (poss. cross­ winged hall-house)  22: 152; 23: 103
Broomfield House, Quaker Lodge and Meeting House 26: 207,208
Byron Road, Mesolithic flint axe/adze 27: 305
Cathedral (former Parish Church of St Mary) 26: 292; 27: 264;30:223
Central Park, wartime artillery site 30: 208
Church Street, Chelmsford National Schools for Boys (former) 26: 210, 211
County Place, rear of Health Centre 30: 212-13
Duke Street, 66-68 (Essex Provident Society) 26: 213, 214
Grove Road
Nos 17-18,Romanmansio29: 197
No. 21, Roman mansio 24: 197
High School for Girls 26: 210
High Street
Nos 44-45 23: 103
Shire Hall 26: 291 King's Head Meadow
Roman features & poss. waterfront 22: 149, 152
mise. medieval features 23: 102-3
Laurel Grove, poss. Roman cremations 26: 242
Library, Museum and Art School (now Anglia Polytechnic University) 26: 210
Moulsham, StJohn's Church 29: 258-9
Moulsham Hall30: 191
medieval, Tudor and Georgian features 28: 206, 208
Mildmay family 26: 291,292, 293; 28: 317; 29: 216
Moulsham Lodge, mise. medieval and post-medieval features 29: 197
Moulsham Street 21: 8, 101; 26: 293; 30: 213
medieval and later structures 21: 128
StJohn's National Schools 26: 210
15th/16th cent. ovens 24: 80
Wig and Mirkin, Roman to post-medieval features 30: 223
New London Road
Bellefield (R Chancellor's house) 26: 205, 212
CarewTerrace 26:292
Farleigh (formerly Spergula) 26: 215
Independent Chapel 26: 292
Infirmary and Dispensary (now Chelmsford and Essex Hospital) 26: 212





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Chelmsford


Chelmsford (cont.)
New Street
Corry's Garage 21: 129
Saxon pottery finds and medieval structures 21: 126,
127,128,129
Oaklands Museum 24: 122
Parkway (Nos 2-6), ?defensive ditches of Roman town 28:
208
Princes Road see Moulsham Hall above
Rectory Lane 26: 208
United Land Co. Ltd. 25: 199
Victoria Road, Drill Hall (former TA Centre) 26: 206,207
see  also  Chancellor, Frederic  (architect)
Chelmsford  Chronicle 25: 220, 224; 26: 292, 293; 29:
145-6
Chelmsford and Essex Museum, fmds 1988-92 24:
219-24,221,223
Chesterford area, early Saxon metalwork 29: 269-74 (Inc. illustr.)
Chesterford, Great
general
cropmarks 27: 255
Enclosure Acts 25: 219; 26: 138 Iron Age/Roman features
Ickleton Road 21: 11-18 (inc. illustr.)
cremation cemetery 21: 11, 13, 16-17
pottery 21: 11, 13-16,14-15,17
Roman features 22: 38, 39; 25: 231; 27:248
geophysical survey 28: 226
described by Camden 24: 158
fort 22: 38, 39, 44; 30: 210,214
Roman and medieval metalwork fmds 27: 308-10, 309-10
Romano-CelticTemple 21: 125
textile-working evidence 26: 77
wall21: 131-2; 22: 42, 44; 28: 219
Saxon features, cemetery 22: 38; 29: 273; 30: 197
medieval features, metalwork finds 27: 308-10, 309-10
WW2 GHQ Line 27: 274
WW2 spigot mortar bases 26: 256
Bramble Shot, pre-Roman Iron Age 21: 11
Carmel Street Close, poss. Roman features 26: 253-4 Carmen Street
Flint Cottage 22: 42, 43
The Old Bakery 25: 231
Weavers Cottage, Roman skeleton 27: 248 Church of All Saints
tower and walls 24: 189
well26: 226
Church Street, Chesterford Hall28: 219 churchyard, Romano-British artefacts 28: 219 Crown Inn, Roman ceramic vessel28: 281
Ickleton  Road  see above  (Iron Age/Roman  features)
London Road 24: 198
Swayne, Adeney and Briggs site 22: 44 M11 widening scheme 25: 243-5 Newmarket Road
Roman walled defences 21: 131-2; 22: 44; 28:219 Vintners site, prehistoric to post-medieval features 28:
219
Rose Lane
Park Cottages
Roman pottery 22: 41, 44; 23: 105
structure 23: 105
School Street, Marigold Cottage (extended intruded cross­ passage) 22: 180, 181


Essex Society for Archaeology and History


South Street 22: 38-42, 40
Roman features 21: 132; 22: 38,41
Saxo-Norman and medieval features 22: 38,41-2,41
village hall site 29: 213; 30: 214 Vintners
late Iron Age and Roman features 23: 105-6; 24: 198
Roman road, line of 24: 198 Chesterford,   Little
Church of St Mary the Virgin 26: 226-7
well26: 227
Enclosure Acts 25: 219; 26: 138
chests (poss.), iron/bronze, Stanway Hall Farm 23: 108 Chevele, Thomas, clerk ofLynn (15th cent.) 24: 129 Chevre, Michael see Capra
Chibborne family, of Messing 24: 152-3
Chichester (Sussex), dyke system 21: 142
Chigborough Farm, Goldhanger 28: 195
and Lower Blackwater valley (book review) 29: 298 Neolithic features 21: 126, 131
late Iron Age and Roman features 21: 131; 26: 77, 78
Chignall StJames 28: 110; 30:275 Chignall Hall
Roman villa 23: 39, 49
book review 30: 275-6
see also Roxwell quarry Chignall    Smealey
Beaumond Moates 27:251,252
Church font 29: 66 Chigwell
?Roman tore 27: 308, 309
Epping Forest Country Club 25: 230 London, Little see Abridge
manor of Barringtons 26: 126
WW2 anti-aircraft battery 30: 202 chimney     stacks/chimneys
late medieval, Brentwood, The Golden Fleece Inn, Brook Street 22: 81
Tudor, Heybridge Hall29: 237
17th cent., Belchamp St Paul, Turners 28: 231, 232
18th cent., Rayleigh, 'Dutch' cottage 22: 125, 127 19th/20th cent., work of F. Chancellor 26: 215
not precise dated, Stebbingford (poss.) 27: 154 Chingford
medieval settlement 29: 116
Ainslie Wood Sports Field, medieval/post-medieval  field system 27: 264
Drysdale Avenue, post-medieval pottery 23: 100 Heathcote Lodge (London Borough ofWaltham Forest)
26:247
Hospital, late Saxon/medieval  occupation 25: 242 Lea Valley Road, 3A (Site A), mise. features LIA to
medieval 29: 197
Lower Street (now Sewardstone Road), early 18th cent. settlement 23: 100
Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge 22: 81-2; 26: 247; 29:
220
St Pauls (Chingford Hall), manorial enclosure 21: 126,
127,129
Chippenham (Wilts), and Viking wars 27: 93, 94
Chipping Hill, Witham
Infants School, medieval pottery 29: 195, 204
landscape history 26: 138
late Bronze Age hillfort 22: 25; 23: 22; 26: 61; 29: 204
Saxon settlement 22: 26; 28: 317, 318
Nos 26-28 27: 283-5, 286, 287




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Chipping Ongar
medieval matte-and-bailey castle 30: 154, 155
12th cent. town enclosure ditches 28: 139, 140 18th/19th cent.
Ongar Academy and Richard Stokes 29: 145-54 trades in 29: 145
Vestry, and Poor Law administration 29: 151-2 Bansons Lane, former school site, medieval town
settlement26:242-3 Castle House 25: 176
Children's Cottage Home 30: 204
Church 29: 105
spire 29: 286,287
High Street 30: 154, 155, 162, 164, 175, 176
Cock Tavern (Cock Inn) 30: 161, 176 19th cent. (poss.) well shaft 22: 143
Pleasance Car Park 26: 242; 27: 266-7; 30: 154-77, 155
Saxon features 27: 267; 30: 155-7, 164
medieval features 27: 267; 30: 154, 156, 157-61, 158-61,
175
post-medieval features 27: 267; 30: 154, 159, 16D-1,
162-4,163-5,176
pottery from 26: 242; 27: 267; 30: 155, 157, 159, 161-2,
164-73, 173, 175
small fmds 27: 267; 30: 173-4, 173
Sewage Scheme construction, Phase 2A watching brief 24: 189
see also Ongar
chiselsReatherworking  knives, middle  Bronze Age, Sheering 23: 115-16, 116
Cholsey (Berks), Great Barn 27: 187
Chrishall
medieval growth 29: 116
Chiswick Hall, moated site 30: 213
Enclosure Acts 25: 219; 26: 138
Northern Link Main, late Iron Age/Roman settlement 30: 217 placename evidence 28: 311
Christchurch (Hants), and Saxon kings 27: 96 Christian, Ewan, and F. Chancellor 26: 217
Christie, the late P. and Crossan, Carl, 'A detached kitchen at Great Yeldham: excavation and building study at Old Post Office Cottages, 1988-89'26: 174-91
Christmas,John21: 110,113,114
Christmas, Thomas, Colchester will (1520) 21: 112, 113,
114, 115; 22: 97
Christmas, Thomas (d 1500), bailiff and MP for Colchester 21: 106
Christmas family, in 16th cent. Colchester 21: 110 Christy, Miller (historian) 24: 157
Church of England and tithes 25:219
William Palin's defence of 26: 198
Church, John, Maldon freeman 30: 244-5 Church, Joseph, and Walthamstow Mills 23: 61 Church, Mrs Mary, Earls Colne 28: 175 churches/chapels
apse/apse-and-ambulatory  styles 21: 137; 24: 229, 230-1
bellframes survey 27: 289-91, 290; 30: 232 church furniture
fonts 29:97
see also Benfleet, North; Birdbrook; Bradwell-juxta­ Coggeshall; Earls Colne; Stondon Massey
Church miscellany 27: 289-303; 28: 249-66; 29: 246-59;
30:250-7


Clarke,R.


church plate, and Essex history 24: 150-6
Essex Churches and Chapels: a Select Guide (Fitch) (book review) 28: 318
Incorporated Church Building Society (ICBS) 28: 165, 170,176,178
lost, ruined and redundant 30: 205-6
monumental brasses, Terling Church 27: 302-3 monuments and seating arrangements see Earls Colne (St
Andrew's Church)
spires 24:  136-49 (inc. illustr.)
changing joints in 29: 284-6, 285, 287
see also belfries; Chancellor, Frederic; porches; religious nonconformity; towers, church; wall paintings and individual churches under placenames
Cistercian Order
Coggeshall Abbey 23: 159; 29: 76, 100-4; 30: 135
Stratford Langthorne Abbey 26: 252; 29: 103, 104
Tilty Abbey 23: 152; 28: 188, 189; 29: 103
cisterns
CressingTemple, Granary 25: 98, 99, 100, 103
Harwich, Church Street (poss.) 21: 69 Civil War,  English
Capt. Silas Taylor of Harwich 25: 174, 182
Fort Suffolk 30: 212, 217
The Maynard Lieutenancy Book 1608-1639 (B.W.
Quintrell, ed.) (book review) 25: 290
and Nevill family 25: 291
Nevill, Henry 25: 79
and Temple Mills gunpowder manufacture 22: 117 and Tottenham Mills gunpowder manufacture 23: 57
and Walthamstow Mills gunpowder manufacture 23: 57 Clacton
Cann Hall, Constable Avenue 29: 211
see also Clacton, Little; Gutteridge Hall; Weeley Heath Clacton,   Little
bypass and Roman/medieval sites recorded 22: 152; 25:
248
Dead Lane, prehistoric features 25: 248
Montana Nursery, late Iron Age/Roman features 25: 248 Clacton-on-Sea
Jaywick, duck decoy pond 28: 193
parchmarks 28: 188
Clapton Hall, Great Dunmow see Southall (manor) Clare, George, ass. to F. Chancellor 24: 172; 26: 207
Clare, honour of (Domesday) 21: 49; 24: 158 Clare, Lady of see De Burgh, Elizabeth
Clare, Richard de, Earl of Hertford, and the 13th cent. royal forests 26: 129
Clare family 21: 49; 22: 68
Clark, Ann and Hamerow, Helena, Excavations at Mucking (2 vols reviewed) 25: 292-4
Clark, G.T., and}. H. Round 23: 82
Clark, SirTalbot, 17th cent. dyeing patent 22: 118-19 Clarke, C. P.
et al., 'Excavations at Church Street, Waltham Abbey
1976-87: urban development and prehistoric evidence' 24: 69-113
Excavations south ofChignall Roman villa, Essex 1977-81
(book review) 30: 275-6
Clarke, Joseph (architect) (d 1888) 24: 168 Clarke, R.
et al.
'Late medieval building remains in Saffron Walden: excavations to the rear of 33-35 High Street' 29: 122-35




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Clarke, R., et al. (cont.)
'Medieval timber buildings in Chipping Ongar: excavation at the south side of the Pleasance
car park, 1995' 30: 154-77 Clarke, Sir Robert, and Pleshey parks 25: 116 Claudius I, Emperor  21: 8
see also coins Clavering
late Bronze Age (poss.) chisel/leatherworking knife 28:
181-2,181
hall of the 'Bury' 24: 122; 27: 288
as Hundred 24: 153, 240; 29: 115, 119
Moat Farm (also Coldhams Double-Moated site) 24:
197-8;25:253
see also Starling's Green clay
frred/baked/burnt
prehistoric (general),Wakering, Great 28: 10
mid/late Bronze Age, Springfield/BorehamA12 Interchange 30: 18, 19
late Bronze Age, Broomfield, Windmill Field 26: 20 Iron Age
Bentley, Little, Hall Farm 26: 251 Birchanger, Woodside Industrial Park 25:43
late Iron Age
Maldon landfill site (poss.) 22: 170
Writtle, Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 6, 10, 11
late Iron Age/Roman 24: 16, 17
Braintree, George Yard 24: 50
Grays Thurrock, William Edwards School29: 30 Rainham, Football Ground (former) 28: 101
'Belgic Bricks'
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28: 88
Grays Thurrock, William Edwards School29: 30, 31
medieval
Pleshey 30: 271
Stebbingford 27: 116
not precisely  dated
Bradwell-on-Sea, Othona Community site 25: 68
Brightlingsea Rising Main 26: 223
Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm 27: 32 Fox Hall, Southend 26: 36-7
Hatfield Peverel, Sandford Quarry 27: 15, 19
Stebbingford 27: 154-5, 155
Weald, South, Camp 26: 63
see also loomweights; pipeclay clay bats, in dovecotes 28: 296
clay extraction (poss.), Plaistow, Cumberland School23: 102
clay fragments (unidentified), late Bronze Age,
Springfield/Boreham A 12 Interchange 30: 12 clay pipes see pipes, clay
Claypits Farm, Thaxted, poss. tile kiln 23: 124
Clayton, Henry, surveyor of lngatestone 25: 220, 222, 224 Clere,John
clothier in Colchester 21: 110, 112, 114, 115
Colchester bailiff 21: 103
will of 1538 21: 114, 115; 22: 93, 95,97
Clere, Nicholas, Colchester will (1500) 22: 90
Clere, Thomas (d 1520) 21: 112, 113, 115
Clere family, 16th cent. Colchester 21: 110, 112 Clerks Holme, Walthamstow, gunpowder mill23: 61 Clisson, Olivier, sire de 26: 149-50
Cluniac Order, Newton Longville (Bucks) 27: 193 Cnut, King 21: 157


Essex Society for Archaeology and History


coal remains
Harwich, Church Street 21: 86
Thaxted, Town Street 29: 291
coal supplies,Audley End housekeeping accounts, late 18th
cent. 23:68
Coalhouse Fort, EastTilbury 21: 127, 131; 23: 105
Coates, Henry, map-maker of Portland Place, London 25: 224
Cobbett, William, Cottage Economy (1822) 27: 231
Cobbold, Christine E. (historian) 24: 157
Cobham, Sir Thomas, ofLexden manor (15th cent.) 21: 106
Coddenham (Suffolk) 26: 290
Codham Hall, Great see Wethersfield coffin   furniture
Walthamstow, St Mary's Church 28: 259, 260-1, 262-3
Weald, South, St Peter's Church 28: 265 coffins
brick, not precisely dated, Birdbrook, Church of St Augustine of Canterbury, churchyard 24: 189
lead
18th cent.
Hatfield Peverel, St Andrew's Church 26: 279
Walthamstow,  St Mary's  Church 28: 256, 259, 260-3 18th/19th cent., Weald, South, St Peter's  Church 28: 265
lead-lined, Leigh-on-Sea, Church of St Clement 27: 296
stone
medieval
Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Holy Trinity Church 29: 66
Ridgewell, St Lawrence's Church 27: 298, 299
Woodham Waiter 22: 170, 172
post-medieval, Dagenham, St Peter and St Paul Church 29:253
wood
poss. Roman, Heybridge, Langford Road 28: 27 medieval/post-medieval, Stebbing, Church of St Mary
the Virgin 28: 121, 122
post-medieval, Walthamstow, St Mary's Church 28: 260 Coggeshale, Henry de (Sir John's son and heir)  22:65 Coggeshale,John  de (d 1319) 22:61,62
Coggeshale, Ralph de (d 1305) 22: 61, 62; 30: 248
Coggeshale, Sir John de (d 1361), Essex knight 22: 61-6; 28:245;30:248
Coggeshall
Abbey 26: 102, 253; 29: 98
Abbey Farm 28: 208
aerial reconnaissance 21: 123; 23: 95
bricks from 29: 59,76-8,94, 100-5, 101, 102
Cistercian Order 23: 159; 29: 76, 100-4; 30: 135 Saint Nicholas Chapel (later St Nicholas Parish
Church), brickwork 27: 292-5, 292-4; 29: 84,
97, 102, 104
Savigniac Order 29: 100, 103, 104
water meadows 26: 234
Roman Stane Street 24: 192; 26: 82, 83, 100-1, 102
19th cent.
cloth-working 27: 229
prostitution 27: 232
straw plaiting 27: 230
Bridge Street, Gardner's Brewery 28: 206, 223-5
Church Street 21: 129; 26: 82, 101, 102
see also 'The Lawns' (below)
East Street (part of Roman Stane Street) 26: 82, 83, 100-1,
102
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Coggeshall (cont.)
Grange Barn 26:272, 275; 27: 186-7,288
Houchins Farm, moat 28: 292-3
J. & S. Surridge, auctioneers and surveyors 25: 224
Kings Acre
medieval carved panel 26: 253
Kings' warehouses 26: 253
The Mill House 29: 185 'The Lawns'
Mesolithic features 26: 82
Neolithic/Bronze Age features 26: 82, 92, 93, 100
late Bronze Age/early Iron Age features 26: 82, 92, 93,
100
Roman features 26: 82-104  (inc. illustr.)
Anglo-Saxon features 26: 82, 86, 89, 90,96-7, 97, 102
medieval features 26: 82, 88, 90, 97-9, 103
post-medieval features 26:82,86, 87, 89, 9Q-1, 90, 92,
98-9,103
Paycockes House, ornamental carving 25: 150, 154 Queen Street, No. 31, Barnetts Yard, prehistoric to post-
medieval features 29: 197
St Peter-ad-Vincula Church 26: 82, 102
St Peter's Road 26: 83
St Peter's School26: 83, 90, 100, 101, 102, 103
West Street 23: 159-61, 160
Isinglass Factory 29: 191, 195, 211
King's Mill Development 24: 192
Robins Brook culvert 23: 159, 160, 161 Woolpack public house, early cross-wing 24: 120
Coggeshall House
poss. prehistoric and Roman features 25: 248 Brooklands (new development), Roman to medieval
features 21: 129
Coggeshall, Little
Coggeshall Hall (14th cent. estate of Coggeshale family) 22:61
Saint Nicholas Chapel (later St Nicholas Parish Church)
see Coggeshall  (Abbey) above
coins
Iron Age
by ruler
Addedomarus 24: 61
Cunobelinus 21: 19, 44; 24: 61; 26: 71, 73,75; 29:
206
Dubnovellaunus 26: 75
Tasciovanus 29: 206
by site
Billericay 21: 19, 44
Braintree 24: 61
Colchester, Gosbecks 29: 206
Harlow temple 21: 133; 26: 73
Langenhoe, red hill 26: 71, 73,75
Stapleford Tawney/Stanford Rivers 26: 269 Sturmer (Haverhill Bypass (A604)), gold stater 27:
269;29:295,297
Wakering, Great 26: 75 Roman
by ruler
Antoninus Pius, Langenhoe, red hill26: 75 Carausius, Thaxted 23: 124
Claudius I
Chesterford, Great 21: 13, 17
Colchester, Gryme's dyke 21: 143
Constans (337-350), Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28: 65, 82


coins


Constantine, House of Chesterford, Great 22: 42 Langenhoe, red hill26: 75
Stansted Airport, Hotel site 21: 137 Constantine I ('The Great')  (AD 307-337)
Billericay 21: 22, 38
Langenhoe, red hill26: 75
Stapleford Tawney/Stanford Rivers 26: 269 Constantius   II(337-361)
Braintree, George Yard 24: 31
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28: 65, 82 Langenhoe, red hill26: 75
Diocletian, Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28: 65, 82
Galerius
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28: 65, 82 Wigborough, Great, red hill26: 69,70-1
Gratian
Braintree, George Yard 24: 29
Chelmsford and Essex Museum 24: 220 Langenhoe, red hill26: 75
Hadrian, Billericay 21: 27, 38 Honorius, Billericay, School21: 45 Marcus Aurelius
Braintree, George Yard 24: 31 London, Little (nr Chigwell) 26:247
Septimius Severus 24: 9
Trajan, Colchester, East Stockwell Street 23: 32
Valentian, House of, Billericay, School21: 39, 45 Vespasian
Birchanger, Woodside Industrial Park 25: 28
Chesterford, Great, Church Street 28: 219
by site
Ardleigh, Elm Park 30: 212
Billericay, School21: 22, 26, 27, 38-9,45
Birchanger, Woodside Industrial Park 25: 28
Boreham, Hull's Lodge Farm 24: 9
Bradwell-on-Sea, Othona Community site 25: 68
Braintree, George Yard 24: 29, 31
Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm 27: 33, 34 Chadwell St Mary, County Primary School 28: 208;
29:48,54
Chesterford, Great
Carmen Street, Flint Cottage 22: 42
Ickleton Road 21: 13, 17 Colchester
Angel Yard 27:38,64-71
East Stockwell Street 23: 32
Gryme's dyke 21: 143
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28: 64, 65, 82
Elsenham 23: 112
Tye Green 27:271
Grays Thurrock, William Edwards School 29: 31 Langenhoe, red hill26: 75
Laver, High 30: 197
Rainham, Football Ground (former) 28:96,98, 101
Sampford, Great, Shillingstone Field 29: 33
Stansted Airport, Hotel site 21: 137
Stapleford Tawney/Stanford Rivers 26: 269
Thaxted 23: 124
Waltham Holy Cross/Waltham Abbey 23: 109; 27:
248
Wigborough,  Great, red hill26: 69,70-1,76 Anglo-Saxon
by ruler, lBthelred 11, Castle Hedingham 22: 174, 175





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coins


coins, Anglo-Saxon (cont.)
by site
Ashdon, Viking hoard 27: 94
Leigh-on-Sea 27: 94
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 76, 94, 106 medieval
English
Edward the Confessor, Vange 29: 284 Edward I, Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 44
Henry I, Springfield/Boreham A 12 Interchange 30:
26,38
Henry II, Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Castle, silver penny 27: 27,33
not precisely dated, Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 54,
123
post-medieval
Belgian, Harwich, Bathside Battery 25: 199, 200 British
Edward VII, King, Harlow, Old 22: 105
James I, Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 52 Victoria, Queen, Harlow, Old 22: 105, 111 William IV, Great Codham Hall 30: 249
English
Charles I
Billericay, School21: 39, 46 Colchester, Angel Yard 27:51,52 Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 74, 123
Sampford, Great, St Michael's Church 25:277, 278
Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 25: 251 Charles II, Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin
28:123
Commonwealth, Harwich 21: 88 Elizabeth I
Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 52
Harwich 21: 88
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 76, 106 Henry VIII, Colchester, Osbome Street 25: 57
see also tokens
Cokayne, G. E. (Adams, G. E.), on local history 26: 196 Colbrande, Richard, Colchester will (1540) 22: 97 Colchester
see also  Camulodunum; Gryme's Dyke; Berechurch;
Donyland, East
general
Liberties of the Borough 25: 72-8
Oath Book 21: 103
Victoria County History Vol IX (review) 26: 289-90
by period
Iron Age, Shrub End Dyke 26: 262 late Iron Age 28: 315
Roman 21: 143; 26: 253; 28: 205, 209, 217; 30: 210, 213,
223-4,230
Boudiccan Revolt 23: 122; 27: 38; 28: 217, 315; 29:
197,198,205,209
burials and grave goods 28: 281,282
City of Victory: the story of Colchester- Britain's first Roman town (Crummy) (book review) 28: 315-16
pre-Boudican bath-building 23: 120-3, 121
Temple of Claudius temple podium 23: 99, 103; 24:
234-6
see also individual locations below
Anglo-Saxon
attacked by Edward the Elder 27: 97


Essex Society for Archaeology  and History


minting 26: 288
port of Old Hythe (Old Heath) 26: 290; 27: 237 medieval
11th cent.
Domesday Book
Donyland estate (later Old Heath/Battleswick) 27:237
origin of the 'Liberties' 25: 74-6
12th to 13th cent.
Richard I's charter to borough (1189) 21: 103; 26:
293
origin of the 'Liberties' 25: 73,74 14th cent.
and Black Death 22: 70
New Constitutions (1372) 24: 127
Peasants' Revolt (1381) 24: 127, 128
siege of (1350) and Lionel de Bradenham 22: 67-75
15th to 16th cent.
bailiffs and burgesses in 21: 103-9
Crosed Friars re-established 22: 97
Greyfriars monastery 29: 209
immigrants 21: 111
bailiffs 24: 126-7, 129, 131
Battleswick and West Donyland, manors of 27: 237 cloth industry 24: 131
and Colne, River 28: 190
field names 28: 311
Gild of St Helen 21: 103-4
Hundred of 25: 75, 76
King's Wood 25: 75
Moot Hall21: 103
reeves 24: 125
town clerks 24: 125-35
and consular tables 24: 130
duties 24: 125-6
fees 24: 130-1
as parliamentary burgesses 24: 126, 127, 128
recruitment 24: 130
town sergeants 24: 126 16th to 17th cent.
Dissolution in 22: 96; 29: 209
parish church gilds 22: 92
Reformation in 22: 88-99; 30: 277-8
textile industry 21: 154
wealth and family in early 16th cent. 21: 110-17 wills and religious mentality in Tudor period 22:
87-100
17th cent.
Col Fothergill's fort 29: 210
execution ofLucas and Lisle (1648) 24: 161; 26: 289
siege of (1648) 21: 129; 23: 80, 83; 25: 46, 57, 178;
26:289,290;29:210
18th cent.
religious groups in (study reviewed) 23: 170, 172-3 social life (Thomas Twining's life: book review) 24:
241-2
18th-19th cent.
French wars
cloth industry 27: 229, 232
military barracks 27: 226, 232, 233, 235
military uniforms for 27: 228
shoemaking 27: 229 19th cent.
1884 earthquake 26: 217





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