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Friday, 25 December 2015

Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 21-30. Index (Eas -Ger )


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.

Easter, High (cont.)
medieval settlement 29: 117, 118
Oldeparke 29: 119
and Pleshey Great Park 25: 114, 115
see also Good Easter
Easterford bridge, over the Blackwater 26: 168 Eastern Counties Railway Company (later Great
Eastern  Railway) at Colchester 26: 290
at Harwich 25: 198
surveying for 25: 224,225
Takeley Railway Station 28: 305,309,310 Easthorpe
Church 29: 94, 97, 98, 143
Little Birch Holt Farm, Middle Bronze Age palstave 22: 2,
3
poss. Roman road at 24: 209
Easthorpe Green, Flispes, 16th cent. kitchen 28: 116 Eastlake, Sir Charles 26: 219
Easton, Great Hall27: 187
manorial site 24: 124
railway crossing keeper's lodge 28: 309
Easton, Little, Lady Warwick and the 'Dunmow
Progressives' 24: 244
Eastwood, 19th cent. tithe commutation maps 25: 222 Ecclestone,  J.
'Early Iron Age settlement at Southend: excavations at Fox
Hall Farm, 1993' 26: 24-39
and Havis, Richard, 'Late Iron Age and Roman occupation at Hatfield Peverel: excavations at Sandford Quarry  1994' 27: 13-21
Ecgberht, King (d 839) 27: 95
Eddy, M. R., "'Dutch" Cottages in Essex' 22: 122-31 Edgar, King, charter of 25: 176-7
Edmund, Saint, king and martyr 24: 157
Edward the Confessor, King and Saint (d 1066) 21: 48; 29:284
Edward the Elder, King (899-924) 24: 158, 160; 27: 96,
97;28:317
attacks Colchester 27: 97
Maldon burh 23: 18, 20, 22; 27: 97; 28: 139, 140
Maldon campaign (912) 24: 157
Edward I, King 24: 122, 123, 124, 125; 27: 198
on Crusade 30: 44
and Littley Park 25: 119
and Pleshey Park 25: 114
see also coins Edward   11, King
and Coggeshale family 22: 62, 63, 64
deposed 1327 22: 63 Edward Ill, King
and the Bruce family 26: 170
and John Bourchier 26: 146, 148, 149
and Lionel de Bradenham 22: 68, 72 Queen Philippa as consort 21:48
Scottish and French wars 22: 63, 64, 65; 26: 146
Edward IV, King 21: 106; 26: 145; 30: 146, 149, 150, 152
Edward VI, King, and Pleshey 25: 113, 114
Edwards, Jane (d 1851), Broomfield, St Mary's Church 30: 251
Edwards, Richard, Manningtree tenement (c. 1633) 24: 237
Eight Ash Green, Abbotts Hall, medieval kitchen 28: 116 Eldred family, St Andrew's, Earls Colne monuments 28:
168,173,174,175,176


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Elizabeth I, Queen 22: 172; 30: 179, 193
and Colchester Reformation 22: 96, 97, 98; 30: 278
visits Harwich 26: 194
see also coins
Ellesborough  (Bucks), Bronze Age hoard 28: 275, 277
Elliot, Edward (d 1595), ofNewland Hall, Roxwell25: 160, 171
Ellis, Rev. Henry (d 1802), curate in Rochford Hundred
26:198
Elliston family, St Andrew's, Earls Colne monuments 28:
168,174,175
elm timberwork
Bocking, Church Lane, Hill Malting 29: 220, 222, 223
Wethersfield, Great Codham Hall 30: 248
elm wood remains, Waltham Abbey, Longpool 29: 207 elm woodland
Dutch Elm Disease 25: 119; 30: 181
Cressing 25: 94, 96; 28: 154
Littley Park 25: 119, 124
Wimpole (Cambs) 25: 119
Woodham Waiter 30: 181 Elmdon
medieval growth 29: 116
1824 EnclosureAct25: 219 Elmstead
Parish Church of St Anne and St Lawrence 28: 249-50,
249
parish of 25: 73
Elsenham
Roman grave group 23: 99, 112
box, bronze (pyxis) 23: 99, 112
medieval manor 29: 116
Tye Green, Romano-British features 27: 271 Elstowe (Beds), long-wall jetty house 24: 120 Ely, Bishops of see Thirlby, Thomas
Ely (Cambs)
Abbey, inquest into privileges of 24: 157-8 Cathedral, architecture 27: 189-90
emmer remains, Asheldham Camp 22: 25, 31
Emmison, F. G., Elizabethan Life: Home, WOrk & Land (book review) 23: 168-9
employment
and Irish immigration in 18th/19th cent. 28: 298, 301 female during the French wars 27: 226-36
agriculture 27: 226-8, 233
domestic service 27:231-2
prostitution and vagrancy 27: 232-3
straw plaiting 27: 230-1, 233, 235
textiles and clothing 27: 228-9, 235
on the railways 28: 305
see also Audley End
Enclosure Acts, Parliamentary see Parliament (Acts of
Enclosure) enclosures
Neolithic
Alphamstone 21: 124,125
Chadwell St Mary, Rose Cottage (north of), poss.long
mortuary enclosure 27: 305, 306
late Neolithic/Bronze Age  (poss.) 'hengiform', Helions
Bumpstead 22: 145, 146
Bronze Age, Lofts Farm 28: 195 mid to late Bronze Age
Brightlingsea, Moverons Farm 28: 207
Springfield/Boreham,A12 Interchange 25: 25; 30:5-12
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enclosures (cont.)
late Bronze Age Baddow, Great 30: 7
Manor Farm 22: 148, 153--4; 25: 3-12 (inc. illustr.)
Boreham 23: 95, 97; 24: 195
Broomfield, Windmill Field 23: 102; 25: 10; 26: 1-23
(inc. illustr.); 30: 7
Hallingbury, Little 23: 116, 117
Springfield Lyons 25: 3, 9-12, 11; 26: 14, 20,22
Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm 29: 207 late Bronze Age/early Iron Age
Rochford, Westbarrow Farm 29: 201
Uphall Camp (poss.) 21: 133 Iron Age
Braintree, College House 24: 61
Hadleigh 26: 25
Maldon, Tenterfield Road 28: 212
Stanway 22: 159; 26: 231, 233
Thaxted 22: 145, 146
Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm 26: 251-2 mid to late Iron Age
Ashdon 23: 95, 96
Bardfield, Great 23: 95, 96
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28: 52, 54
Stebbing Green 23: 95, 96
Tendring, Hill Farm 29: 203 late Iron Age
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 1-3,4
Danbury, Twitty Fee 27: 11
Fairlop Quarry 30: 220
Heybridge Hall23: 100, 101
Hornchurch (poss.) 26: 234
Mucking 27: 11
Stansted Airport, Bury Lodge Lane 21: 136
Stanway Hall Farm 23: 108; 24: 205-7, 206; 28: 205,
221,315;29:207,214
Writtle, Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 1-12 (inc. illustr.)
late Iron Age/Roman
Chigborough Farm, Goldhanger 21: 131
Chignall 23: 39
Cressing Temple, Dovehouse Field 30: 218
Danbury 22: 145, 146
Dunmow, Great 21: 124, 125
Halstead 22: 145, 146
Heybridge Hall 30: 220
Leighs, Great (sub-square) 21: 123, 124
Stansted Airport Social Club 21: 135, 136
Thaxted 22: 145, 146
Roman
Alphamstone, ?Romano-Celtic 21: 124, 125
Alresford 21: 125
Brightlingsea, Moverons Farm 28: 207
Bull's Lodge Quarry, Boreham 22: 151; 24: 3-5, 5, 7, 8,
18
Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 82, 100-1
Hatfield Peverel, Sandford Quarry 26: 238, 244; 27:
13-21 (inc. illustr.)
Langham 29: 188
Wendens Ambo 27: 20
medieval
Boreham, Buxted Chicken Factory, early medieval tofts 25:246;28:      103,105,106-8,109-11
see also Writtle  (King John's Hunting Lodge)
post-medieval, Terling, poss. windmill site 25: 236, 237


Erith


not precisely  dated
Ashen, mortuary enclosure 30: 200-1
Birch 26: 231, 233
Birdbrook 24: 193
Canfield, Little 23: 95, 97
Cressing, rectilinear 26: 231
Farnham Church 27: 252
Horkesley, Great, Martins 27: 252
Lamarsh, poss. mortuary enclosure 29: 188
Lawford 29: 188
Leighs, Great 26: 231
Mount Bures, Long Gardens, (poss.) long mortuary enclosure 29: 188, 189
Ridgewell21: 125; 24: 193
Rivenhall26: 231, 232; 28: 196
Shalford 21: 123; 27: 252
Shoebury, North 22: 55; 26: 123; 27: 338
Southchurch, Wick Farm 29: 202
Stanway, Church Lane, sub-rectangular 24: 214-18,
216-17
Stebbingford 27: 106
Tilbury Juxta Clare 27: 252
TollesburyWickMarsh 27:274
Wakes Colne, Bretts Farm 27: 252
Waltham Abbey/Waltham Holy Cross, Eldeworth 22: 160;24:93,94,  111;26: 105,123
Witham 26:231
Maltings Lane, Pondholton Farm Enclosure 28: 214 Yeldham, Great, Butler's Grove 27: 252
see also deer enclosures; Loft Hall; moated sites; stock enclosures
enclosures, causewayed see causewayed enclosures; Orsett Enfield Lock
Royal Ordnance Factory 30: 198
early Flandrian peat 22: 162, 163
Enfield to Epping Green Gas Pipeline 29: 210 Englefield (Berks), Battle of27: 92 Environment, Dept. of
Planning and Policy Guidance Note 15 (PPG 15) 26:
235
Planning and Policy Guidance Note 16 (PPG 16) 22:
148;23:98-9;25: 14,60;26:235
Eohric, King ofthe East Angles 27:96
Eorcenwald, Saint (Bishop of London), founds Barking minster (Abbey) 24: 157; 27: 93
Epping
medieval period 29: 116; 30: 262-6
planned town 25: 228; 30: 262-3 Church of StJohn the Baptist 30: 263 High Street Nos 237-255 (rear)
medieval features 29: 199
pit group 30: 262-6, 262-5
St Margaret's Hospital (former workhouse) 30: 212,228 Station Road (No. 4) 25: 228
see also Copped Hall
Epping Forest
Essex Mapping Project 30: 199, 202
history (book article) 24: 244
Longbarns 28: 199
WW2 defence ring 26: 256
see also Chigwell (Epping Forest Country Club) Epping Green to Enfield Gas Pipeline 29: 210 Epping Heath, and Waltham Abbey 29: 117; 30: 262
Eppingbury, medieval estate 30: 262
Erith (Kent), Beaker pottery 28: 101





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Essex
general
Archaeology in Essex 1991  23:98-113
1992 24: 195-210
1993 25: 239-57
1994 26: 238-58
1995 27:261-76
1996 28: 205-27
1997 29: 194-215
1998 30: 21Q-31
in Domesday Book (reviewed) 24: 240-1
early policing 25: 290-1; 28: 316
early postal service 28: 318
Essex Churches and Chapels: a Select Guide (Fitch) (book review)  28: 318
Essex Heritage: essays presented to Sir WilliamAddis on
(book review) 24: 243-4 excavations
1989 21: 126-39, 127
1990 22: 148-61,149
fieldwalking in (1985-1993) 25: 14-27
mansions and estates lost but archives saves 25: 288-9 mapping, 18th cent. map-makers (book review) 22: 188 and the medieval royal forest 26: 126--32
peasants in Essex c. 13th-14th cent. 29: 115-21
Sworn to Serve: Police in Essex 1840-1990 by M. Scollan (book review)  25: 290-1
The Archaeology  of Essex Proceedings  of the Writtle
Conference (Owen Bedwin ed.) (book review) 28:314-15
Tithe commutation maps 25:219-25
Victoria Cross holders (book reviews) 24: 244; 28:
316--17
vineyards 21: 48
see also National  Mapping Project
Essex Coast, The archaeology of the Essex Coast vol 1: the Hullbridge  Survey  (Wilkinson  and Murphy) (book  review)   27: 337-8
Essex Coast Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA)
monitoring 27: 249-50
Essex County Council Archaeology Section
1989 21: 118-25
1990 22: 138-47
1991 23:91-7
1992 24: 185-94
1993 25: 226--38
1994 26: 222-37
1995 27:247-60
1996 28: 181-204
1997 29: 183-93
1998 30: 196-209
Essex Cropmarks Enclosure Project 28: 195
Essex Gardens Trust 28: 190
Essex Mapping Project see National Mapping Project
Essex placenames project see placename evidence
Essex Redoubt, Ongar 24: 200; 25: 245
Essex Tree-ring Dating Project see dendrochronology
Essex Yeomanry, Waltham Abbey 24: 74
Essex, Earls of see Bohun; Fitz Peter; Mandeville, Geoffrey de
Estrees-sur-Noye  (France), Roman villa 26: 265
Ettricke, Edward, Temple Mills lease 22: 119
Eustace ofBoulogne, Count, Domesday estates 24: 240;
25:75,76;26: 163;28: 103,142


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Evans, Kathleen  and McMaster,  lda, Mount  Bures-  its lands and its people.A brief history from prehistoric to Victorian times (book review) 27: 339-40
Ewart Park Bronze Age metalwork phase
Blackmore, Fithlers Hall Farm, Highwood 28: 280 Blackwater valley 30: 260-1,261
Boreham (poss.) 22: 139
Fingringoe 22: 5, 8
Harlow, Old, Gilden Way 21: 119
Layer Marney 28: 275, 277
Nottingham 28: 272
Oakley, Little 22: 11
Springfield Lyons 25: 10; 30: 19
Stumps Cross 26: 259
Swallows Cross, Rayplace Farm 28: 280
Vange 29: 1, 7, 9-12, 9, 15
Exeter (Devon), Roman baths 23: 121

Fairclough, K. R.
'Mills and ferries along the lower Lea' 23: 57-66
'Temple Mills as an Industrial Site in the 17th Century' 22: 115-21
Fairfax, SirThomas, and Earls Colne 28: 167
Fairlop
medieval moated site (prob.) 30: 202
WW2 airfield 30: 202
Fairlop Quarry, Hainault Road, Bronze Age to Roman features 26: 251; 30: 210, 22Q-1
fairs see markets and fairs
Faith, Rosamond, 'The topography and social structure of
a small soke in the middle ages: The Sokens, Essex' 27: 202-13
Fambridge, North, tithe mapping 25: 224
Farnham
Church, sub-rectangular enclosure 27: 252 medieval manors
Farnham, Little 27: 194, 195, 196, 198
see also Hertisham  (later Hassobury)
Walkefares 27: 194
fasteners, Anglo-Saxon, Waltham Abbey, Abbey Gardens House 25: 246
Faulkbourne, Church 29: 97
Fawkon, Robert, Colchester will (1554) 22: 97
Feet of Fines 22: 62; 29: 59; 30: 144
Felsted
general, landscape history 26: 142, 143
medieval manor 25: 113; 27: 106, 174
18th cent. estate 25: 221
19th cent. mapping of 25: 224
almshouses 26: 212
Church of the Holy Cross churchyard 23: 93
north aisle reconstruction 29: 253-4, 254
Grammar School 26: 208, 210
Sugar Beet Factory
late Iron Age features 27: 264
probable Roman villa 27: 262, 264
see also Littley  Park; Stebbing  Green; Stebbingford
Felton, Edward, ofPentlow Hall29: 233
Fenerde, Henry, of Copford 22: 69
Fenn, John, Colchester estate agent 25: 224
Fenton, James, of Chelmsford 26: 292, 293
Fermer, John le, and Lionel de Bradenham  (14th cent.) 22:
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Ferrers, Edward Grey, Lord (d 1457) 30: 149
Ferrers ofGroby (Leics) 28: 130; 30: 146, 148, 149 Ferrers, Henry de (d 1343), and Stebbing Church 28:
130-1;30: 148
Ferrers, Henry de (d c. 1093-1101), Domesday manor of Stebbing Hall30: 146, 148, 151, 152
Ferrers, Henry de, Lord 30: 148, 149
Ferrers, Margaret, Lady (d 1375) 30: 148-9, 151 Ferrers, Robert de (2nd Earl of Derby) 30: 148
foundsTilty Abbey 23: 152; 30: 148, 151
Ferrers, Robert de (6th Earl of Derby d 1279), and King Henry 0128: 130; 30: 150
Ferrers, Robert de (Earl of Derby, d 1139), Stebbing manor 30: 148
Ferrers, SirWilliam. de (d 1287) 30: 148
Ferrers, William de (3rd Earl of Derby d 1190), grant to Knights Hospitallers 28: 131; 30: 146, 150,
152
Ferrers, William de (5th Earl of Derby d 1254) 30: 146, 148
Ferrers, William de, Lord (d 1370171), and Stebbing Church 28: 131; 30: 148
Ferrers, William de, Lord (d 1445) 30: 149
Ferrers family, ofStebbing 28: 130-1; 30: 146, 147, 148-9,
151
ferricrete (dark stone), Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Holy Trinity Church 29: 76, 77,96
ferries see Lea, River
fibulae see brooches
field boundaries see boundaries field  systems
general
'coaxial' 22: 46, 51
Cressing 26: 133
open fields 22: 46, 57, 58; 28: 151 middle Bronze Age
Shoebury, North 28: 1, 10
Wakering, Great 28: 1, 10
late Bronze Age/early Iron Age, Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm 23: 108
Iron Age
Stansted Airport, Social Club 25: 44 Totham, Great, Slough House Farm 21: 132
late Iron Age/Roman
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 25: 249; 28: 52-62, 56,
58,88-90,89
Heybridge Hall 30: 220
Shoebury, North 22: 49, 55; 27: 338
Sturmer, barrow 29: 295
Tendring, Hill Farm 29: 203; 30: 221 Roman
Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm 27: 27, 33, 34
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 25: 249-50; 28: 60, 63,
88-90,89
Fairlop Quarry 30: 220-1
Heybridge, Elms Farm 25: 250
Sampford, Great, Shillingstone Field 29: 33, 46
Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm 29: 207
Roman/Saxon, Hornchurch, South, Rainham Road 30: 215 medieval
Barling Magna, Barling Marsh 26: 222
Boreham, Bulls Lodge Quarry 27: 263
CressingTemple (poss.) 28: 218
Grays Thurrock, Stifford County Primary School 28: 218


fishing weirs


Rawreth 26: 240
Springfield/Boreham A12 Interchange 30: 5, 7, 29, 38
Stebbingford27:   110-12,111,121,126,169,171,173
Wakering, Great 28: 1, 10
not precisely  dated
Bromley, Great, Badley Hall 29: 188
Horndon-on-the-Hill22: 53-4
Leyton, Buckingham Road, Football Club 28: 212 Orsett Cock 22: 49, 52, 54-5
Pleshey Great Park 25: 115-16, 115
Stratford Market Depot (North) 24: 202
see also landscape history; ridge-and-furrow
fieldwalking (1985-1993) 25: 14-27, 243; 30: 1-3, 3-5
figurines
copper alloy, Roman, Braintree, Sandpit Road, 'horse and rider' 24: 22, 29, 44-6, 46
pipeclay, Roman, Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 74,75 late medieval, Colchester, The Red Lion 25: 150
Finchingfield
19th cent. tithe commutation maps 25: 222 The Round House, 'Dutch' cottage 22: 124 Spains Hall 28: 316, 317
Springmede, The Causeway 30: 247
finger-rings see rings, finger Fingringhoe
Plane Hall Farm
late Bronze Age hoard 22: 2, 3-7, 4, 6
Iron Age bridle-bit 22: 6, 7-8
South Green, Bronze Age metalwork 22: 6, 8 fire pits see hearths/ovens
fired clay see clay
fireplaces
Rayleigh, Dutch Cottage 22: 122, 125, 127, 130
Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 28: 119, 123, 131,
132
Steeple Bumpstead, Little Waltons Farmhouse, painted
fireplace 29: 240, 241
Firman family, of Hatfield Peverel26: 279
Firmin, Benjamin (Old Heath, Colchester farmer) 27: 244
fish bone deposits
Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 135
Sales Point, Blackwater  estuary 29: 279-80
fish-ponds 29:281
Chelmsford, Moulsham Lodge 29: 197
Coggeshall Abbey 23: 95
Pound Wood, Rayleigh Hills earthwork 27: 323, 324
Radwinter, SW of Church 30: 212, 230
Sewards End,Tiptofts 28: 206, 223
Waltham Abbey monastic site 30: 202
Woodham Waiter 30: 182-6, 183-5, 189, 190, 193
fish-traps (kiddles)
Blackwater estuary 24: 193-4, 209; 25: 233, 234; 27: 251;
28: 196; 29: 185,274-82 (inc. illustr.)
Stour estuary 27: 251; 28: 196; 29: 281
see also Collins Creek; Holbrook Bay; Mersea Island; Nass, The; Pewet Island; Sales Point
Fishbourne (Sussex), Roman palace 23: 121; 26:264 Fisher, J. L., A medievalfarming glossary (book review) 30:
276-7
fishing weirs
Blackwater  estuary 27: 255; 28: 193,194,195, 196; 29:
185, 274-82 (inc. illustr.)
Colne estuary 28: 193
Harwich 29: 281




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fishing weirs (cont.)
Lea, River 23: 63
Stour estuary 29: 281
see also Collins Creek; Holbrook Bay, Stour estuary; Mersea  Island; Nass, The
Fisin, James, Colchester musician, late 18th cent. 24:
241-2
Fitch, Canon John (ed.), Essex  Churches and Chapels: a Select Guide (book review) 28: 318
Fitch, E. A. (archaeologist and historian) 24: 151, 157;
30:178,189
Fithlers Hall Farm, Highwood see Blackmore
Fitz Gerold, Warin, and the royal forests 26: 129
Fitz Peter, Geoffrey (later Earl of Essex), and royal
forests 26: 126, 127, 129, 130
Fitz Roger, Robert, and the royal forests 26: 129 FitzAudelin, William, as attendant to Henry 11 26: 164 FitzGeoffrey (Fitz Geoffrey), Maurice
founds Bicknacre Priory 29: 216
foundsTilty Abbey 23: 152; 30: 148, 151
FitzGeoffrey (Fitz Geoffrey) family 30: 148
FitzGilbert, Richard (lord of Clare), Domesday manors of21:49;24: 158
FitzLewis family, of Stebbing 30: 146, 150, 151
FitzWalter (Fitzwalter), John, Lord (d 1361)
and Coggeshale family 22: 64
and Lionel de Bradenham 22: 67, 69, 70,72
FitzWalter (Fitzwalter), Robert (d 1235), and Magna
Carta 26: 164
FitzWalter (Fitzwalter), Robert, Lord, and manor of
Lexden (14th cent.) 25: 76
FitzWalter (Fitzwalter) family
and Hanningfield family 26: 164, 166, 168
of Little Dunmow (13th cent.) 21: 49; 22: 68
Woodham Waiter manor 22: 172; 30: 178-80, 181, 187,
188,190
see also Radcliffe  (Ratcliffe) family
Flanders
and the Flemings, and Peasant's Revolt 22: 122
and the military career of John Bourchier 26: 151-2
Fleam Dyke (Cambs) 27:96
fleur-de-lys, lead, Dagenham, Crown Street, Ferry House 24: 198
flint (as building material)
Bardfield, Great, St Mary's Church 25: 265, 267
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 5-6, 18
Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall,  Holy Trinity Church 29: 74 Dunmow, Little, Church of All Saints 23: 94
Maldon
All Saints' Church 24: 136
Carmelite Friary 30: 75
Ridgewell, St Lawrence's Church, wall oflost chapel27:
298,299
Saffron Walden, Nos 33-35 High Street 29: 128
flints and flint-working
prehistoric (general)
and fieldwalking 25: 17
Aveley, Ship Lane 26: 240
Baddow, Great, Manor Farm 25: 8
Barling Magna, Barling Marsh 26: 222
Black Notley, Great Notley Garden Village 25: 241 Bradwell-on-Sea, Othona Community site 25: 63, 69 Brentwood, Halfway House to Herongate Pipeline 23:
92
Brightlingsea 22: 152


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Chesterford, Great,Vintners 24: 198
Chignall, Roxwell quarry 23: 39,45-6,49
Clacton, Little, Dead Lane 25: 248
Colchester, Gosbecks 26: 261
Dunmow, Great, Church End 26: 243
Fox Hall, Southend-on-Sea 24: 200
Harlow, Gilden Way 22: 155
Harlow, Old 22: 101, 106
HarlowTemple 21: 133
Heybridge, Northern Relief Road 28:210 Kelvedon, High Street 30: 220
Kirby-le-Soken, Kirby Quay 29: 183 Leyton
George Mitchell School 24: 199
Oliver Close Estate 24: 199 Maldon
High Street, Moot Hall (to north) 28: 139 landfill site 22: 169-70
Pleshey, Moat Cottage 30: 272
Rochford, Westbarrow Hall Farm 28: 213
Shoebury, North 21: 134
Springfield,A12 Interchange 25: 25; 30:3-4,37
Stebbingford 27: 106, 108, 156
Wakering, Great 28: 4, 5, 9
Poynters Lane (north of) 27: 248
Waltham Abbey, Commill stream 23: 146 Witham
Maltings Lane 27: 266
The Avenue 22: 138-9, 139
Writtle, Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 10
Late Glacial-Early Holocene, Bures Hamlet, poss. long blade industry 25: 253
Palaeolithic
and fieldwalking 25: 17
Aveley 29: 260
Bentley, Little, Hall Farm 26: 245
Bocking 26: 222-3
Chadwell St Mary, County Primary School 29: 48 HarlowTemple 21: 126, 133
Leyton 28:267
Prothero's Nursery  28: 267, 268,269,270
Leytonstone 'floor' 28: 267,268, 269
Plaistow, West Ham 28: 267,269
Balaam St Pit (Plaistow Park Pit?)28.267 28: 268,
270
Purfleet 25: 246
Rivenhall, Coleman's Farm 24: 185
Upton Park, West Ham 28: 267, 269
Klondyke Avenue (Churston Avenue) 28: 267, 269,
270
Mesolithic
and fieldwalking 25: 17
Ashdon 23: 95
Benfleet, South, Badger Hall21: 126, 135; 23: 1-9,
3-9
Billericay, School (poss.) 21: 27-8, 44
Canewdon, Upper Raypits Farm 21: 128
Chelmsford, Byron Road 27: 305
Chesterford, Great, Newmarket Road 28: 219
Chignall, Roxwell quarry 23: 39,45-6,49
Dunmow, Great, Junior School 25: 226
Grays Thurrock, William Edwards School 29: 23, 29,
31
Harlow, Brenthall Park 21: 126, 132
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flints and flint-working, Mesolithic (cont.)
Heybridge, Lanford Road 28: 16, 30-1, 31
Ingatestone, Stock Road 27: 304
Ongar sewerage scheme pipe replacement 23: 131, 134,
136
Orsett Causewayed Enclosure 25: 226, 227
Rainham, Brookway Allotments 24: 205
Rayleigh 23: 4
Sampford, Great 27: 247-8, 247
Springfield (poss.) 29: 203
Stebbingford 27: 108, 156
Thundersley 23: 4
Waltham Abbey 27: 248
Church Street 24: 92 Mesolithic/Neolithic
Rainham, South Hall Farm 28: 212-13
Wrabness, Stone Point 27: 248
Mesolithic/Neolithic transition, Chelmsford and Essex Museum   24:220,221
Neolithic
Asheldham Camp 22:23,27
Boxted, Parsonage Hill 24: 208
Burstead, Little, Broomhills Chase 22: 138
Chigborough Farm, Goldhanger 21: 131
Donyland Hall, East 21: 118
Gilston, Harlow 22: 162, 164
Grays Thurrock, William Edwards School 29: 23, 29-30,
29,31
Harlow, Potter Street, Old House 23: 106
Harlow, Old, Stjohn's Church/Market Street 21: 126, 132
Helions Bumpstead 24: 185
Henham 24: 185
Heybridge, Langford Road 25: 242; 28: 16, 26, 30-1, 31
Hornchurch, Maybank Avenue 24: 205
Ongar sewerage scheme pipe replacement 23: 131, 134,
136
Orsett Causewayed Enclosure 25: 226,227
Rivenhall21: 125
Sampford, Great, Shillingstone Field 29: 46
Southend-on-Sea/Southchurch 21: 140
Springfield/Boreham A12 Interchange 30: 16-17, 17
Stanway (Colchester Zoo) 28: 222
Neolithic/Bronze Age (general)
Chadwell St Mary 30: 258-9
Earls Colne, Nightingale Hall Farm 30: 196
Maplestead, Great, St Giles' C. of E. Primary School 28: 209
Springfield, White Hart Lane 28: 214; 29: 194, 203
Stanway,Abbotstone 29: 203; 30:210,216 late Neolithic/EBA
Boxted, Parsonage Hill 24: 208
Broomfield, Windmill Field 23: 102; 26: 1, 6, 14-20,
18-19,22
Langford, Old Waterworks site 24: 199
Mersea, East, Fen Farm 25: 242
Orsett Causewayed Enclosure 25: 226,227
Stebbingford 25: 249; 27: 108, 156
Weald, South, Camp 26: 60, 63-4
Writtle, Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 10
late Neolithic/mid-Bronze Age, Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 92, 93, 100
early Bronze Age
Rainham, Football Ground (former) 28: 98, 101
Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm 29: 207


Fordham


middle Bronze Age, Wakering, Great 28: 9 Bronze Age
Grays Thurrock, William Edwards School 29: 22-3, 26,
29,30
Harlow, Potter Street, Old House 23: 106
Heybridge, Langford Road 28: 16, 17, 19
Leyton, Oliver Close Estate 25: 251
Rainham, South Hall Farm 28: 213
Springfield/Boreham A 12 Interchange 30: 10, 16-17, 17,
22
Woodham Waiter, Oak Farm (poss.) 23: 113
mid-Bronze Age/Iron Age, Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 92,
93, 100
late Bronze Age, Asheldham 22: 2 7
late Bronze Age/early Iron Age
Fox Hall, Southend-on-Sea 25: 19, 22; 26: 24, 25, 26,
35--6,37
Grays Thurrock, William Edwards School 29: 30 Saffron Walden, Friends School25: 259, 262
Iron Age
Asheldham Camp 22: 24
Birchanger, Woodside Industrial Park 25: 43-4
Waltham Abbey 27: 248
not precisely  dated
Canvey Island, Leigh Beck Marshes 25: 248 Harwich, Church Street 21: 86
Maldon, Beacon Green 23: 18
Quendon/Rickling 24: 185, 186
Witham, Maltings Lane, Wood End Farm 28: 215
flooding episodes
Bradwell-on-Sea, Othona Community site (poss.) 25: 70 Dagenham Breach 26: 200
Upminster, St Mary's Lane 30: 210, 216
floors see mosaic floors; tessellated surfaces; tiles, floor Fobbing
Fobbing Marsh
red hill site (poss.) 23: 99, 111
Roman pottery 23: 111
medieval period 21: 52
Domesday manor ofVange (Phenge) 21: 50
vineyard 21: 48
not precisely dated, fishponds 26: 234 Folly Farm see Dunmow, Great foodstuffs
Anglo-Saxon, fish in early Christian diet 29: 280
medieval
Horndon-on-the-Hill, High Road/Mill Lane 28: 211
Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 135--6
18th cent. Audley End consumption 23: 68,69-71 and agricultural improvements 26: 136-8
Stebbingford, cheese-making 27: 173-4
see also ale; beer
Ford, John, Colchester bailiff (15th cent.) 21: 106 Ford, William
and 19th cent. Essex charities 26: 200 Colchester bailiff (15th cent.) 21: 106
Ford End
parsonage, work of R Chancellor 26: 216
Stjohn the Evangelist, Church of26: 218
Fordham, John, 14th cent. Colchester bailiff 22: 69 Fordham,  nr   Colchester
All Saints, Church of, floor tiles 29: 254
Fossett's Lane, Roman to medieval features 30: 224 Rev. Thomas Twining (d 1804), as curate (book review)
24:241,242




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Foreman, Stuart


Foreman, Stuart, 'Medieval Boreham: excavations at the former Buxted Chicken Factory, Boreham, 1992-93'28:   103-12
forests and woodlands
general
Colchester, West House Wood 25: 76, 77
Cressing 26: 133, 138
elm woodland and Dutch Elm Disease 25: 119; 30: 181
and the Essex landscape 24: 244; 26: 144
Hainault Forest 24: 243; 26: 201 Langdon Hills
Camp26:46
Coombe Wood 26: 46, 49 Loughton
Broadfield Shaw 27: 249
Long Shaw 27: 249
Pound Wood, Rayleigh Hills 27: 322-4,322-3
Woodham Waiter Hall site 30: 181, 187, 189-90
Writtle 26: 140-1, 144; 27: 1-12 (inc. illustr.)
early Flandrian, Enfield Lock 22: 162 prehistoric (general)
Stebbingford 27: 108, 159
Thames river by East Ham, yew forest 26: 249 prehistoric to Roman clearance 22: 52
Roman, Roxwell quarry, Chignall 23: 49
late Roman/Saxon 22: 52, 58 medieval period
and assarting 29: 116-17, 118
and the forest laws 25: 74; 29: 116
Domesday Survey 22: 50, 52-3; 24: 240-1; 29: 115 administration and justice in the royal forest 1198-1207
26: 126-32
CressingTemple 25:94-6
Langdon Hills, Camp 26: 49
Maldon 26: 164
Weald, South, Camp 26: 44, 45 post-medieval
general
Leez Priory 26: 234
Weald, South, Camp 26:40-2,61
17th cent., Hatfield Broad Oak, Hatfield Forest, 'The Warren' 25: 254, 255; 28: 164
19th cent., and French wars 26: 138
see also elm woodland; hedgerows; hornbeam woodland; lime woodland; oak woodland; parks; wildlife
Forrest, GeorgeTopham  (architect) 24:168,169,175 Forster Education Act (1870) 26: 208
Forster,John, Colchester will  (1516)  22:87
Forsyth, W. A. (architect) 24: 169
forts
late Iron Age, Rainham, Moor Hall Farm 26: 234, 235
Roman
Brancaster (Norfolk) (Saxon Shore fort) 25: 66 Chesterford, Great 22: 38, 39, 44; 29: 213; 30: 210,214
Hod Hill (Dorset) 22: 8
Saffron Walden, Abbey Lane/Gibson Close area (poss.) 29: 133
see also Bradwell-on-Sea  (Othona, Saxon Shore fort)
post-Roman(?), Shoebury 22: 55 17th cent.
Colchester
Col Fothergall's fort 29: 210
Fort Suffolk (poss.) 30: 212, 217
Landguard (Suffolk) 25: 175, 176, 178, 179, 193-4,
196,211;26: 194,195


Essex Society for Archaeology and History


Tilbury Fort 21: 138; 22: 160; 23: 109-10
post-medieval
EastTilbury, Coalhouse Fort 21: 127, 131; 23: 105 Harwich, Beacon Hill29:  195,211-12
North Weald, Pickett-Hamilton fort 25: 257
see also hillforts; Martello towers
Forz family, and the manor ofDartford 27: 199 Fothergill, Col, Colchester fort during 1648 siege 29: 210 Fothergill, Dr John, 18th cent. botanist 24: 244
Foulness Island 27:250
Great Burwood Farm, Roman mound  (red hill?)  30: 229-30 and the identity ofWallfleet 26: 169, 170
Priestwood
Eastwick Farm, granary 28: 225
Tree Farm, granary 28: 225
red hills 23: 112; 27: 255
see also Havengore Island; New England Island; Rushley Island;Wakering,  Great
Fox Hall, Southend-on-Sea 24: 200; 25: 15, 16, 19, 22,25
prehistoric features (general) 25: 19; 26: 24-5, 37
late Bronze Age features 26: 24-5, 35-6, 37; 30: 3
Early Iron Age settlement 26: 24-39 (inc. illustr.); 29: 202
Roman features 26: 25, 27,36
Saxon features 25: 26; 26: 25, 27-8, 30, 34-5, 35
poss. sunken-floored building 25: 19; 26: 27-8, 31, 34,
38
medieval features 25: 19
Foxe, John, Book of Martyrs 26: 198
Foxholes Farm (Herts), Iron Age features 25: 44 Framlingham (Suffolk), medieval honour of 21: 50 Francis, William  (attorney)  27:241
Franklin, Robert, tithe commutation valuer 25: 220, 223 Frating, Colchester Road, post-medieval features 25: 242 Frating Green Business Park, mise. features and post- medieval trackway 26: 243
Frating Hall25: 220
Fraunces,John, Colchester will (1514) 22:97
Freeman, Edward Augustus, historian 23: 80-2
Fremnells, Downham, old manor house 25: 288  Freshwell, medieval hundred 25: 277; 29: 115, 118, 119, 120 Fressingfield (Suffolk), Church Farm, cross-wing roof24:
120
Frinton, WW2 defences 27:275
Frost, James, Norwich contractor, Harwich guns 25: 198, 212
Fry, Katharine, on local history 26: 196, 199
Fryerning, medieval aisled barn 26: 273-6,274-5
Fulham (Middx), Viking army at 27: 94
Fuller, Thomas, History ojWalthamAbbey (1665) 26: 192 fulling mill (poss.), Hocking, Bradford Street Mill30:
233-7,233-6
Fulwell Cross (Greater London), WW2 anti-aircraft battery 30: 202
funerary monuments see barrows; memorials; tombs/tombstones
funerary rites/practices
late Iron Age mortuary chambers, Stanway Hall Farm 23:
108
Anglo-Saxon, Wicken Bonhunt 25: 245
Furbank, Arthur, Chelmsford solicitor 26: 291
Furber, Dr Elizabeth Chapin, on Lionel de Bradenham 22:67,69
Furners, Thomas, Maldon freeman 30: 245
Fyfield
Academy 29: 148




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Index for Volumes 21-30


Fyfield (cont.)
aisled hall27: 329
Church 29: 104
Elmbridge School30: 212,228
Fyncheden, Willi8D1 de, and 14th cent. Colchester special
commission 22: 70
Fytche family, and Woodham Waiter manor 30: 180, 182,
188, 191

Galerius, Emperor see coins (Roman)
Galpin, Canon FrancisW. (d 1945) 24: 150
g&Dling board, late Iron Age/Roman, Stanway, Stanway Hall Farm  28:205,221
g&Dling counters see counters gardens  and  gardening
Audley End House 26: 255; 27: 273 Brentwood
London Road, St Faith's Hospital 29: 196 Thorndon Country Park 23: 203; 24: 203-4
Chelmsford, Moulsham Hall 28: 208
Chesterford, Great, Flint Cottage, Carmen Street 22: 42
CressingTemple 21: 127, 130-1, 130; 22: 153; 23: 103; 24:
204
Down Hall 29: 200
Epping, Copped Hall 29: 226
Essex Gardens Trust 28: 190
Leytonstone  28: 298,300,301
Maldon, Carmelite Friary 30: 44, 45, 64, 65, 66, 84, 86, 88,
117, 139
Orsett, High Road (Nos 25-31) 28: 185
Plaistow, Greengate Street 26: 252
Saffron Walden, Fairycroft 22: 185
Sewards End,Tiptofts 28: 223
Stebbingford 27: 118, 119, 121, 123-6, 124, 160, 171, 173
Takeley Railway Station 28: 308, 309
Thaxted, Town Street (No. 23) 24: 207; 27: 331-2
Weald Hall, South Weald 27: 272
Woodham Waiter Hall30: 189, 191-5 Writtle
Hylands House 28: 215; 30: 226
Lordship Road, K.itts Croft 30: 217
parks see Absol Park; deer parks; Leighs, Little (Hall); Littley Park; Pleshey Great Park; Pleshey Little Park; Pond Park
garderobes
medieval, Barking, Amberley House 22: 150
late medieval, Saffron Walden, Nos 33-35 High Street 29: 128, 134
Gardiner, Mark F., et al., 'Excavations at Church Street, WalthamAbbey 1976-87: urban development and prehistoric evidence' 24: 69-113
Garnet, Sir Henry, 14th cent. manors of22: 68
Garrod, Simon, and Benfield, Stephen, 'Two recently­ discovered Roman buildings in Colchester' 23:25-38
Garter, Order of the 25: 154
Garwood, A., et al., 'A Late Iron Age and Roman site at Shillingstone Field, Great Sampford' 29: 33-47
Gate, Sir John, and Pleshey Parks 25: 113, 114, 116
gate-houses, Writtle, King John's Hunting Lodge 24: 124
Gedge family, ofNewland Hall, Roxwell25: 160, 171 gelatine/isinglass industry, Coggeshall, Isinglass Factory
29: 195,211
Geldart, Ernest (architect) (d 1929) 24: 168




Gent family, of Steeple Bumpstead 28: 256 Geographic Information  System (GIS) 28: 196-7 geology
general26: 231; 27: 253; 28: 190
early planned landscapes in SE Essex 22: 48, 52 settlement and farming on the mid-Essex boulder clay
26: 133-44 (inc. illustr.)
Bradwell-on-Sea 25: 60
Brentwood 30: 202
Chelmer Valley 25: 113
Chipping Ongar 30: 154
Cressing 26: 140; 30: 218
Epping Forest 30: 202
Grays Thurrock 29: 19
Hatfield Peverel, Sandford Quarry 27: 13
Maldon, Carmelite Friary 30: 45 Rainham
Bridge Road 22: 156
Football Ground (former) 28: 93
Saffron Walden 29: 122
Sampford, Great 29: 33, 36
Southend-on-Sea, Fox Hall 26: 24
Springfield/Boreham A12 Interchange 30: 1, 4
Stebbingford 27: 102, 105
Stifford 26: 195, 196
Sturmer 29: 294-5
Wakering, Great 28: 1, 5
Weald, South, Camp 26: 53
Woodham Waiter 30: 178
Writtle 24: 124; 26: 141
Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 1, 5, 6, 11
Yeldham, Great 26: 174 geophysical  survey
Birch, NE of Palmer's Farm 30: 212
Brentwood, Thorndon Park 29: 213
Chesterford, Great 28: 226
village hall site 29: 213
Colchester
Castle Park 30: 230
Gosbecks 26: 261, 263; 29: 214; 30: 216
Northern Approaches Road 29:213 St Mary's Hospital 29: 213
Stanway, Stanway Hall Farm 29:214 CressingTemple 25: 80, 103
Harlow, Gilden Way 29: 199
Heybridge, Elms Farm 30: 230 Newport, Grammar  School29: 213-14
Pleshey, Back Lane, Hill House (medieval church) 28: 206,
227
Rivenhall Airfield 23: 101 Saffron Walden, Castle 29:214 Sampford, Great
Free Roberts Farm 28: 226
Shillingstone Field 29: 33-6, 35,47
Southend-on-Sea, Prince Avenue/Rochford Road 28: 213
Tey, Great, Warren's Farm 28: 227; 29:213
Tollesbury Creek 26: 246
Waltham Abbey/Waltham Holy Cross, Veresmead 29: 214 Wendens Ambo 25: 243, 245
Wicken Bonhunt 25: 243, 245
George Ill, King 25: 188, 189
Gerard,John,Herball  (1597) 30: 191
Germany, Mark and Medlycott, Maria, 'Archaeological fieldwalking in Essex, 1985-1993: interim results' 25: 14-27






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