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Sunday, 27 December 2015

Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 21-30. Index (Iro - Man)


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.

ironworking Roman
Braintree 24: 66
Hatfield Peverel, Sandford Quarry 26: 244
Anglo-Saxon, Ongar sewerage scheme pipeline 23: 136 19th cent. 29: 189-90
Earls Colne,Atlas Ironworks 26: 235; 29: 189, 190
Goldhanger, Iron Foundry 29: 189
see also slag
Isle ofHarty (Kent), Bronze Age hoard 28: 280 Isle ofWight 29: 281
Isserlin, Raphael M. J.
'Analytical field survey at two Essex 'hillforts': South Weald Camp and Langdon Hills' 26: 40-52
and Connell, Patrick, 'A previously unknown medieval earthwork in Maldon; excavation behind the Moot Hall, 39 High Street, Maldon 1991' 28:
133-41
et al.
'Roman Coggeshall 11; excavations at 'The Lawns', 1989-93'26:82-104
'The Carmelite Friary at Maldon: excavations 1990-1' 30:44-143
Itford Hill (Sussex), Bronze Age features 30: 21 ivory  objects
HarlowTemple 21: 133
Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 137 Ivy  Chimneys, Witham
Roman period
'apsidal ditch' feature (poss. temple) 27: 20
site of religion and ritual 26: 267; 27: 20
tiles 24: 11

Jacques Hall (duck decoy pond), Stour estuary 29: 186 James, Duke ofYork (later King James D)
and Harwich 25: 175, 176
and 'Popish Plot' 25: 181 James  I, King
lawsuit against Havering manor tenants 21: 48-9
see also coins
Jaywick, World War defences 28: 201
Jean IV ofBrittany 26: 147, 148, 149, 150
Jekyll, Thomas (historian) 24: 157, 160
Jennings, Richard, and Jeremiah's Booth Oeremy's Ferry) 23:63
Jephson family, Great Yeldham grocers 26: 174, 188 Jeremiah's  Booth  Geremy's ferry), River  Lea 23: 63-4 Jersey see Saint Helier
jet see shale/jet
jet-like object, Roman, Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 17 jettons
medieval, French, Thaxted, Town Street 29: 290 post-medieval
Nuremberg
Billericay, School21: 39, 46
Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 28: 122 jewellery
post-medieval, Harlow, Roman coin (copy) 26: 228
see also bangles; beads; bracelets; brooches; fasteners; rings, fmger; torcs
Johannot, Israel, and Tottenham Mills 23: 59 John, King 26: 163; 30: 147
administration and justice in the royal forest 26: 126-32 and Count of St Pol27: 195
Essex visits 26: 127-8


kilns


loss of Normandy 27: 194, 196
see also Writtle  (King John's Hunting Lodge/Palace)
John, Sir Lewis 30: 146, 152
see also FitzLewis family
John, Thomas, 17th cent. gunpowder manufacturing 23: 57 Johnson, Bennet and Johnson, Temple Mills 22: 119 Johnson, Isaac, map-maker (d 1835) 25: 222-3
Johnson, John (1732-1814), architect and County Surveyor (book review) 23: 169-70
Jolland de Durham see Durham,Jolland de
Jones, Michael, 'The fortunes of war: the military career of John, second lord Bourchier (d 1400)' 26: 145-61
Jopson, Thomas, bailiff  of Colchester  (15th cent.) 21: 105
Josselin, Rev. Ralph (vicar of St Andrew's, Earls
Colne) 28: 165, 167, 170, 173, 174, 175

Katherine of Aragon, Queen 22: 81, 86
K.elly's Directory 24: 155, 168; 25: 72; 26: 136; 28: 270
Kelvedon
general
late Iron Age settlement 28: 211
late Iron Age/Roman town 30: 210, 220
medieval manor 29: 59
ring ditch 21: 123
Church Hill Farm barn 26: 275 Church Street
Lances, prehistoric to medieval features 30: 214 The Gardens Bungalow, medieval deposits 29: 200
Durwards Hall, adjacent prehistoric features 30: 214 High Street
Lawson Villas, LIA/Roman features 28: 205,211 Star and Fleece
late Iron Age to medieval deposits 29: 200 late Iron Age/Roman town 30: 210, 220
Knights Templar Terrace 30: 247
Orchard Road, Lawn House, Roman and Saxon features 28:211
Kelvedon Hatch
19th cent. tithe map 25: 223
church plate 24: 152
Cold War Regional Government HQ 29: 212 Kelvedon Lodge, Kelvedon, barrows 28:  195
Kemble, Edward, Hanningfield, West, vault in Church of St Mary and St Edward 29: 259
Kemps Mill, River Lea 23:61
see also Walthamstow  Mills
Kempthorne, Sampson, workhouse model plans 30: 203, 229 Kennet, West (Wilts), late Neolithic pottery 22: 8
Kentish ragstone
Alresford, St Peter's Church 29: 246
Hawkwell, St Mary's Church 27: 271; 29:255
Maldon, Carmelite Friary 30: 68, 89, 130
Mersea, West, Church of SS Peter and Paul, tower 28: 255 Ramsden Crays, St Mary's Church 30: 256
Waltham Abbey
Church Street 24: 78 Longpool30:222
keys see locks and keys kiddles  see  fish-traps
Kilnhurst Bronze Age hoard (Yorks) 28: 280
kilns
brick
medieval, Coggeshall Abbey 29: 76-8, 100-4, 101





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kilns, brick (cont.)
19th cent.,Walthamstow, former Sidney Chaplin School 24:201
not precisely dated, Littlebury Hall26: 279
corn-drying, Roman, Billericay, School21: 45
glass, Anglo-Saxon, Barking, Amberley House 22: 150 lime
Beaumont Quay 28: 223
Grays Thurrock, Stifford County Primary School28: 218
Stratford Langthorne Abbey 26: 252
survey of 26: 235 malt
CressingTemple, Granary 25: 83, 97, 100, 102, 103-4,
104
Dunmow, Great, Boyes Croft 27: 256
Heybridge, Saltcote Maltings 28: 199, 201; 29: 206 Laver, High, Bush Hall Farm 30: 205
Mistley, Maltings No. 127: 257
Ongar, High, Spurriers Farm Malthouse 27: 257, 258
Stisted, Gowers Farm Malthouse 27: 256
Thaxted, Town Street (No. 23) 27: 331, 335-6
Upper Yeldham Hall Malthouse 29: 190 pottery
Roman
Billericay, Buckenham's (Buckenhams) Field 21: 19,
45,46
Colchester 28: 282
Heybridge, Elms Farm 25: 250; 26: 250
Rettendon, Hall Farm 27: 269; 28: 220 medieval
poss. kiln furniture 27: 154-5
Grimston (Norfolk) 23: 53
Harlow 23: 53, 54, 55
Hole Farm 22: 109
Horkesley, Great 28: 137
Mile End 28: 137
Mill Green, lngatestone 23: 51-5, 55; 26: 63; 27: 3
Noak Hill, Paternoster Row 28: 206, 212; 29: 195,
206;30:212,220
Rayleigh, High Road (poss.) 21: 92-102, 93
Scarborough (NYorks) 23: 53
Sible Hedingham 26: 184
Stock 23: 53, 54, 55
White Gates, Mill Green 27: 3
Woolwich, London 23: 53, 54, 55 post-medieval
Gestingthorpe 28: 185
Harlow 28: 185
Brenthall Park (Church Langley) 21: 127, 132; 23:
106;24: 198;26:250
Purleigh 21: 127, 134
Stock 21: 153; 24: 201; 28: 185
White Gates, Mill Green 27:3
not precisely dated, Babshole Farm (north of Sudbury),
'Potters Field' 23: 92
tile
Roman, Bull's Lodge Quarry (Farm), Boreham 22: 152;
24:6
medieval
Claypits Farm, Thaxted (poss.) 23: 124
Danbury 29: 206; 30: 92, 186
post-medieval, Stoneymore wood, Mill Green 27: 3
unspecified, Roman, Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm 22: 159
King, Daniel (Earls Colne sketch) 28: 167, 172, 175


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King, HenryW.
Ecclesiae Essexiensis 27: 297
on Essex churches 26: 195; 29: 258; 30: 255
King, John & son, Saffron Walden surveyors 25: 224
King's Lynn (Norfolk)
medieval clerks of24: 125, 129
medieval pottery 23: 53
18th cent. coal supplies to Audley End 23: 69
Kirby-le-Soken
Kirby Quay, prehistoric flintwork and medieval pottery 29: 183
Norton's Farm Barn 25:231-2
see also Sokens, The (Adulfesness (Aeldulvesnasa))
kitchens
medieval28:   113-16,114-15 Bergholt, West"
High Trees, Lexden Road 28: 113, 114
Virginia Cottages, Lexden Road 28: 113, 114
Broomfield, Chopyns 28: 115, 116
Dunmow, Great, North Street, Brook House 28: 115,
116
Eight Ash Green, Abbotts Hall 28: 116
Glottenham (E Sussex), moated site, poss. detached kitchen 26: 189
Messing
The Street (No. 1) 28: 113, 114, 116
YewTree Farmhouse 28: 115, 116
Moreton, Hancocks 28: 115, 116
Springfield/Boreham A12 Interchange 30: 39
Stebbing, Parsonage Farmhouse, Church End 28: 113,
114
Weald, South, Lincolns, Lincolns Lane 26: 188, 189; 28:
113, 114
Writtle, King John's Hunting Lodge 24: 124 16th cent.
Chappel, Swan public house 28: 116
Easthorpe Green, Flispes 28: 116
surveys 26: 189
18th cent., Leytonstone, Thorn Close 28: 300,302 not precisely dated, Chappel, Old Stores 26: 188, 189 see also Braxted Hall; Littlebury Hall; Yeldham, Great
Knight, Anne see Nugent, Anne
Knight, Henry, Temple Mills miller (16th cent.) 22: 115
Knight, John (d 1733), buys Gosfield Hall25: 185, 186, 187
Knights Hospitaller
The cartulary of the Knights of St John of Jerusalem  (book reviews) 29: 299
Boblow 28: 238, 240
CressingTemple 25: 79, 94, 104, 291-2; 29: 104,299
Fryerning 26: 273
Maplestead Hall site 25: 253
and the royal forests 26: 129
Stebbing manor 28: 131; 30: 146, 150-1, 152
Woodham Waiter 30: 190
Knights Tem.plar
Cressing demesne farm 28: 151, 153, 154-5, 156; 29: 299
CressingTemple 24: 124; 25: 79, 94, 291-2; 26: 133, 136,
138,141, 143;28:312;29: 104,299
and the royal forests 26: 128, 129
Temple Mills, Leyton 22: 115
and Witham 27: 223, 286; 28: 111, 317; 29: 299
knives
copper alloy
middle/late Bronze Age, Sheering 23: 115-16, 116; 28: 181
late Bronze Age, Vange 29: 9, 12




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knives, copper alloy (cont.)
late Bronze Age (poss.), Clavering 28: 181-2, 181
flint
late Neolithic/EBA
Broomfield, Windmill Field 23: 102; 26: 1, 17, 19
Orsett Causewayed Enclosure 25: 226, 227
iron
Iron Age, Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28: 84, 85 late Iron Age/Roman, Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm
28:84,85-6
Roman, Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 14 Anglo-Saxon, Chesterford area 29: 270,272, 273 medieval
Harwich, George Street 21: 87
Springfield/Boreham A12 Interchange 30: 37
Stebbingford 27: 151, 152
Thaxted, Town Street 29: 286, 290,291
post-medieval
Chipping Ongar, Pleasance car park 30: 173, 174
Maldon Carmelite Friary  30: 119, 120 not precisely dated
Asheldham Camp 22: 14
Chipping Ongar, Pleasance car park 30: 173 Kramer, Joseph, terracotta  panels,  12-13 Poultry, London
26:213
Krauwinckel, Hans, Nuremberg trade token/jetton 28: 122 K¥nochtown, 19th cent. explosives factory 26: 234

Laindon 21: 52, 54 Laindon Hills
landscape history 22: 48, 52, 53
and medieval woodland 22: 53 lakes see ponds and lakes Lamarsh
Church of the Holy Innocents 27: 296 poss. mortuary enclosure 29: 188
Lambourne
Church ofStMary and All Saints 28: 25Q-5, 250,251,253
medieval phase 28: 250, 252
Georgian work 28: 252-4, 255
19th/20th cent. work 28: 254
Lockwood family 28: 252, 254-5
Bishops Hall (demolished 1936) 25: 289
Dews Hall (demolished 1840) 28: 255
Lambourne Hall estate 23: 112
lamp-fillers, ceramic (poss.), Roman 28: 281-2,281
lamps
(poss.) Roman, ceramic, Chesterford, Great, Crown Inn
28:281
Roman
(?)three-nozzled, Crouch Green, Castle Hedingham 23: 92, 93; 25: 228
ceramic Romano-Egyptian, Thaxted 23: 123-6, 124, 125
iron, Elsenham 23: 112 Lancaster, Duchy  of28: 284
Lancaster,Joseph   (educational pioneer)  29:  146 Lancaster, Thomas Earl of, rebel ofEdward IT 22: 62 Lancasters see Hatfield Broad Oak
Land Surveyors Club (formed 1834) 25: 220
Landguard Fort (Suffolk) 25: 175, 176, 178, 179, 193-4,
196,211;26:194,  195
Landgilard Point (Suffolk) 25: 193, 194; 29: 186 landscape   history
general
and aerial photography 26: 234


Langton, Brona


early medieval dust veil catastrophe 24: 94
early planned landscapes in SE Essex 22: 46-60 evolution   22:46-51,47-8
methodolology 22: 46
Rodwell's Roman planned landscape 22: 50, 51-8,51,
56,57
Essex Coast Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) monitoring 27: 249-50
peasants  in Essex c. 13th-14th cent. 29:  115-21 Blackwater valley, Archaeology and the Lo.ndscape in the
Lower Blackwater valley (Wallis and
Waughman) (book review) 29: 298
Brentwood, Thorndon Country Park 27: 272
Canvey Island Landscape Survey 29: 212
Cressing 26: 133-41 (inc. illustr), 143-4
Felsted 26: 133, 142, 143
Langdon Hills, Camp 26:46-51 (inc. illustr.) Rainham, Bridge Road 22: 156
Saffron Walden 27: 174
Sokens, The (formerly Adulfesness) 27: 203-7, 203-5
Tabor estate, Bocking 26: 143
Weald, South, Camp 26: 42-6 (inc. illustr.)
Writtle 26: 133, 14Q-1, 140, 144
see also field boundaries; field systems; forests and woodlands; hedgerows; Hullbridge Survey Project; Littley Park; London Clay; National Mapping Project; Stebbingford (medieval farm and landscape); topography; wildlife; Woodham Waiter (Hall)
Lane, John, vicar ofRoydon 25:221
Langdon Bay (Kent), Bronze Age metalwork 28: 280 Langdon  Hills
Camp
analytical survey 26: 40, 46-51 (inc. illustr.)
Bronze Age features 26: 40, 46-9
Anglo-Saxon/medieval period, woodland 26: 49
post-medieval, quarrying 26: 49-51
merger with West Lee parish 21: 50, 51, 52, 54 Langenhoe
Bradenham's  14th cent. manor 22: 67, 68, 69, 70, 73,
74
Fingringhoe Road 24: 199 Red Hill
No. 70 26:77
No. 78, and the LBA/EIA salt industry 26: 71-7 (inc. illustr.)
Langford                               .
cropmark site 26: 230; 27: 252
Langford Hall Farm, prehistoric ring ditches and cremation   27:268-9,268
Old Waterworks site, prehistoric features 24: 199 Roman features
poss. Romano-Celtic temple 25: 236, 237
poss. villa estate 25: 236, 237
school (1870), now private house 26: 210
stone vessel25: 232-3, 233
Langham
St Mary's Church 30: 253-4, 253
Stour valley, poss. Romano-British farmstead 29: 188 Langhorne, John (d 1779), poet and scholar 26: 200
Langley, Capt. Thomas, Harwich seaman 25: 178, 180 Langton, Brona and Holbrook, Neil et aL, 'A prehistoric
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Lanvalei, William de, and the royal forest 26: 127 Latelaes, John, and Woodham Waiter 30: 181, 182, 193-5 latrines
medieval, Stebbingford 27: 123, 166
see also cess-pits Latton
Harlow Round House, 'Dutch' cottage 22: 124
Mark Hall, fire damage 1947 and pulled down 1960 25: 289
Latton Priory Farm, earthwork 27: 253
Launde family, and medieval Maldon 26: 163 Lavender, N. J.
'A 'principia' at Boreham, near Chelmsford, Essex:
excavations 1990' 24: 1-21
'A Roman site at the New Source Works, Castle Hedingham: excavations 1992' 27: 22-34
and Brown, N. et al., 'Later Bronze Age sites at Great Baddow and settlement in the Chelmer valley,
Essex, 1500 to 500 BC' 25: 3-13
et al.
'A Saxon building at Chadwell St Mary: excavations at Chadwell St Mary County Primary School 1996'29:48-58
'Bronze Age and Medieval Sites at Springfield, Chelmsford: excavations near the A12 Boreham Interchange, 1993' 30: 1-43
'Middle Iron Age and Romano-British settlement at Great Dunmow: excavations at Buildings Farm  1993' 28:47-92
'Prehistoric and Romano-British Activity at the William Edwards School, Stifford Clay Road, Grays; excavations  1997'29: 19-32
Lavenham  (Suffolk) Guild Hall25: 153, 154
Parish Church of SS Peter and Paul, Parclose of chapel25:
155
Laver,High
bridge 26: 166, 168
Bush Hall Farm, malthouse 29: 190; 30: 205
Mashams 29:216
mise. Roman to post-medieval metalwork 30: 197
see also Magdalen Laver
Lawford prehistoric
'henge' monument (poss.) 22: 145
long barrow/mortuary enclosure 29: 188
ring ditches 29: 187
Lawford Park, round barrow 29: 187
Lawling, medieval assarting 29: 116
Lawrence, Alderman Thomas, Colchester will (1594) 22: 98
Lawshall (Suffolk), medieval manor 26: 164
Layer Marney, Pods Wood, late Bronze Age hoard 28: 272-7,  274,276
Layer MarneyTowers 26:215
le Clerk/Tote family see Tote/le Clerk family
Le Feburs, Mrs, and Walthamstow Mills 23: 61
Lea (Domesday placename), poss. Hadleigh 21: 52
Lea, River
prehistoric settlement 28: 181, 269
floodplain 26: 240
atWalthamAbbey 22: 159
ferries
Abrahams Ferry 23:60,62-3
Crosby's Ferry 23: 64


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High Hill Ferry 23: 65
Jeremiah's Booth Geremy's ferry) 23: 63-4
Lockbridge Ferry 23: 63, 64-5
Morriss's Ferry 23: 65
Robin Hood Ferry 23: 64, 65
Smith's Ferry 23: 64
Taylors Ferry 23: 65
Holwell's survey of 23: 57-66, 58
Lock Bridge 23: 62, 65
Stratford mills 22: 115, 116, 117
Tottenham Mills 23: 57-61, 62
Walthamstow Mills 23: 61-2
WW2 anti-aircraft defences 25: 257 Lea Valley
19th cent. mineral extraction and building 26: 240
see also Enfield Lock lead  alloy
(?pewter)
Chesterford, Great, pilgrim badges 27: 308, 310
Maldon Carmelite Friary, button 30: 117, 118
Vange, Victorian toys 29: 284 lead and lead working
Roman
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 16, 17
Braintree, George Yard 24: 48, 49
Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm 27: 32 Anglo-Saxon, Chesterford area 29: 270, 272 medieval
Chelmsford and Essex Museum 24: 221,222
Colchester, Gosbecks (prob.) 26: 262 Dagenham, Crown Street, Ferry House 24: 198
Maldon, Carmelite Friary 30:60,93, 117,118, 119,
120
Stratford Langthorne Abbey 26: 252
Vange 29: 284
post-medieval
general, Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 93, 121, 122
17th cent., Temple Mills 22: 119 18th cent.
Hatfield Peverel, St Andrew's Church 26: 279 Walthamstow, St Mary's Church, coffin furniture 28:
260,262
Springfield, French textile seal21: 154 not precisely dated
Billericay, School21: 42
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28: 85
Harwich
Bathside Battery 25: 217
George Street 21: 86-7, 86
Kings Quay Street 30: 225
Stebbing, Church of St Mary the Virgin 28: 123 Waltham Abbey, Sun Street 26: 122
see also cames; coffms
Leaden Roding see Roding, Leaden
leather  remains Roman
Colchester, Osborne Street 25: 59
Heybridge, Elms Farm 26: 250
medieval, Colchester, Osborne Street 25: 48, 59
post-medieval
general, Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 76,77 19th cent., Rochford, South Street 28: 186
not precisely  dated, Maldon, High Street (Post Office) 23:
149,150
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leather-working middle/late Bronze Age
Clavering 28: 181-2, 181
Sheering 23: 115-16, 116; 28: 181
17th cent., Tottenham Mills 23: 57
18th cent., Walthamstow Mills 23: 61
post-dissolution period, Ham, West 21: 138 Lechlade  (Glos), Roughground  Farm, Roman apsed
building 24: 20; 26: 264-5, 266
Lee, John, and Hackney Ferry 23: 63
Lee, Sir John de, 14th cent. Essex manors of22: 73 Lee, East (later Lee Chapel) 21: 50, 51, 52, 53, 54
Lee,West (later merged with Langdon Hills) 21:50,51, 52,54
Lee-over-Sands, World War defences 28: 201
Leez Priory 25: 113, 116, 119; 26: 215
barns 25: 125, 126, 128
and Littley Park 25: 119-20, 131
water management and River Ter 26: 234 Leez Priory Farm 28: 222
Lefevre, Peter,Walthamstow Mills 23: 61 Leicester
Roman baths 23: 120
Austin Friars 30: 134
Leigh, 19th cent. tithe commutation maps 25: 222 Leigh-on-Sea
late 9th cent. coin hoard 27: 94
Church of St Clement, tomb exposed 27: 296 Crow Stone (boundary) 28: 199
fishponds 26: 234
Fleming Avenue, Bronze Age metalwork 28: 280 Leighs,   Great
19th cent., as part ofNottidge's estate 25:225 A131 by-pass
prehistoric activity (poss.) 26: 241; 30: 3 Iron Age/Roman features 25:241 Roman road 25:241
Church 29: 104
Main Road, land west of 29: 199
not precisely  dated
ploughed-out barrows/ring ditches 25: 235, 237
rectilinear enclosure 26: 231
sub-rectangular enclosures 21: 123, 124
Leighs, Little
Hall25: 114,116, 118
Park25: 114,116,118
see also Leez Priory; Leez Priory Farm Leighs  Parks  25:  113,114
see also Littley Park; Pond Park
Lemon, George, Audley End gamekeeper 23: 72 Lennard family of Aveley 26: 195, 196
lepers, Brentwood, Brook Street (medieval hospital site) 21:
151
Leslie, J. H., 'History ofLandguard Fort' 26: 195
Leverton, Lancelot, Waltham Abbey 24: 72
Leverton, Thomas, architect, Waltham Abbey (d 1824) 24: 69,72
Leveson, John, Colchester will (1492) 22: 90, 92
Lewer, HenryW. (d 1949), and church plate 24: 150 Lewes (Sussex), Dissolution of the monasteries 30: 138 Lewis, Joan, Colchester will (1570) 22: 95
Lexden
general, and 'Liberties' of Colchester 25: 72-7 Gallo-Belgian? cemetery? 21: 143
medieval period


Liston Hall Farm


hundred 25: 75, 76; 29: 119 manor22:67,68,69,72,73;25:76
Beverley Road
Roman inhumations and cremations 29: 205, 208-9
tombstone ofLonginus 28: 217; 29: 205; 30: 217
Sheepen Road, Roman features 28: 208 Straight Road, former Brights P.H. 28: 221
Lexden Heath, Gryme's Dyke 26: 262
LexdenTumulus 23: 108; 28:315 Leyton
Buckingham Road, Leyton Orient Football Club 28: 211- 12
Cathall Road Estate 24: 199
George Mitchell School, prehistoric features 24: 199 Langthorne Hospital27: 264-5; 28: 212
Leyton Green Road, Livingstone College Tower, structural
remains 26: 244-5
Old Leyton Baths, High Road, late medieval to 18th cent. structures 25: 25Q-1
Oliver Close Estate
prehistoric features (general) 24: 199
Middle Bronze Age settlement 25: 251
Roman fmds 25:251
Prothero's Nursery ('American Nursery'), Palaeolithic
flintwork 28: 267, 268, 269-70
Rockholt (Ruckholt) Estate 28: 212
Rockholt (Ruckholt) Mills 22: 115, 119
Rockholts (Ruckholts) Manor 28: 298
A12 M11 Link Road and medieval remains 26: 240 Sedgewick Road (1-3) 28: 211
see also Leytonstone; Temple Mills Leytonstone
'Palaeolithic floor' flintwork 28: 267, 268, 269
post-medieval horticulture 28: 298, 300
Hartley Road Vicarage, work of F. Chancellor 26: 217 Holloway Down Nursery 28: 298
Hollywell (later Holloway) Down 28: 298, 302
see also Thorne Close below
Thorne Close (also Blind Lane/lrish Lane) medieval vill (poss.) 25: 251; 28: 298
post-medieval housing 25: 251; 28: 298,301  Thorne Close Avenue Estate 28: 298-305 (inc. illustr.)
medieval period 28: 298, 302-3
18th cent. 28: 30Q-1, 302
19th cent. 28:301-2,302
see also Leyton
Liber Eliensis, as source for early Essex history 24: 157-8, 163
libraries
Audley End 23:75-6
Harsnett Library, Colchester 23: 80; 28: 317
Maldon, Thomas Plume's Library (founded 1704) 28: 316,
317
Public Libraries Acts (1891) 23: 83 Lille  (France), textile seal21: 154 lime kilns see kilns, lime
lime   woodland Cressing 28: 151
Littley Park 25: 124
Lincoln, Bishop of see Badelesmere, Henry de Lincoln  Cathedral, spire 29: 284
Linford, late Bronze Age loomweights 23: 118, 119
Linlithgow (Loth), Carmelite Friary 30: 131, 133, 135
Lisle, Robert de, Psalter 29: 137, 144
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Littlebury
Enclosure Acts 25: 219; 26: 138 HowesWood
late Bronze Age hoard 25: 243
Iron Age features 25: 243
Ring Hill Hillfort 21: 8; 27: 262, 272-3 Littlebury Hall/Mill see Stanford Rivers
Littleton, Col Sir Charles (Landguard Fort) 26: 194
Littley Park, Great Waltham 25: 113, 114, 116, 119-24
topography and soils 25: 119
elm woodland and Dutch Elm Disease 25: 119, 124
medieval park 25: 119, 120
Tudor park 25: 119, 121
post-medieval period 25: 119-24, 121-4
Appletree Cottage 25: 120
buildings of 25: 125-33 (inc. illustr.)
chapel25: 120
Crowgate Cottage 25: 125, 127-8, 128-9, 132
Littleypark farmhouse 25: 129-31, 132
crown post roof 25: 130, 131 see also Leez Priory
livestock management see animal husbandry; pastoral farming; sheep farming
Livingstone College Tower, Leyton see Leyton
Llantwit Major  (Glam), Ewart Park phase Bronze Age metalwork 22: 5
Lock Bridge, River Lea 23: 62, 65
Lockbridge Ferry, River Lea 23: 63, 64-5
Lockhart,James  (Cressing landowner)  26: 136; 28: 151,
153
locks and keys copper alloy
Roman, Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 13
late Saxon/medieval, Vange 29: 283, 284
medieval, Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 105, 106 iron
Roman, Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 15 medieval
Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 75, 119, 120
Stebbingford 27: 116, 152, 153
medieval/post-medieval, Harwich, George Street 21: 87
post-medieval
Colne Engaine 23: 142
Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 119, 120
Lockwood famlly, of Lambourne 28: 252, 254-5
Loft Hall enclosures, Orsett, early field systems 22: 49, 54 Lofts Farm, Great Totham 28: 101
early Neolithic pottery 26: 66
Bronze Age enclosure 28: 195
late Bronze Age features 25: 10; 26: 14, 20, 22; 30: 7, 21
early Iron Age pottery, (Darmsden-Linton) 23: 18; 25: 12
Lollards 23: 167; 30: 277 London
as Roman trading centre 23: 123
Alfred seizes from the Vikings (886) 27: 93, 94
medieval city clerks 24: 125
medieval food market 29: 117 post-medieval period
flight from plague (1666) 23: 65
18th/19th cent.
market for farm produce 29: 145
migration 27: 231,232
19th cent. public housing in 26: 211
All Hallows-by-the-Tower, Church of 27: 93 Carmelite Friary 30: 134


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Carrington Mews, Mayfair 26: 211
Chelsea, Gatliff Buildings 26: 211 diocesan history see Newcourt, Richard Dutch Church 22: 123
East London Waterworks Company 22: 119; 23: 60, 62,
63
Farringdon Road, Clerkenwell 26: 211
Foundling Hospital 26: 202
Frederic Chancellor's office 26: 206
Guys Hospital29:  186
and Beaumont Quay 28: 223
and Chelmer valley parks 25: 113, 116, 119-20 Harmondworth  (W London), Great Barn 27: 186 Highgate, Southwood Lawn Estate, villas 26: 208, 209 Holbom, and the Knights Templar 29: 104
map-makers of 25: 224
Mile End New Town, Howard Buildings 26: 211 Museum of 28: 267
Outer London Defence Ring 26: 256
Poultry, 12-13 (Mappin and Webb terrace) 26: 213 St Martin-le-Grand
Domesday holdings 26: 163; 28: 142
and St Mary's, Maldon 26: 163; 28: 142-50 (inc. illustr.) St Mary without Bishopgate, hospital of 29: 216 Shoreditch, London & County Bank, architecture 26: 213 Spitalfields
Christ Church 28: 262, 263, 265
Peck vault 29: 253
Spicer Street 26: 211
see also Blackheath; Ham, East; Ham, West; Leyton; Leytonstone; Richmond;  St Paul's  Cathedral; Westminster Abbey; Woolwich
London & County Bank (later National Westminster),
F. Chancellor as architect 26: 213 London,  Bishops  of21:  52
see also Gibson, Edmund; Sainte-Mere Eglise, William de London Clay 29: 1, 16, 115, 116, 118
and early planned landscapes 22: 52, 53, 54, 55, 57 London, Little see Abridge
London and North Eastern Railway (LNER),Takeley
Railway Station 28: 305 long barrows see barrows
Long, Catherine (daughter of Sir JamesTylney Long)
25:221
Longespee ('Longsword') famlly 26: 129, 163
and earldom of Salisbury 26: 129, 163 1oomweights
general
late Bronze Age Essex distribution 23: 117-20, 118
late Bronze Age{Iron Age and sheep-farming 26: 71 ceramic
Bronze Age
Broomfield, Windmill Field 26: 22
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 94, 106, 107
Iron Age
Bentley, Little, Hall Farm 26: 251
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28: 86, 88
Heybridge, Langford Road 28: 17, 37, 38
Maiden Castle (Dorset) 26: 71
Rainham, Moor Hall Farm 26: 71
Wickham Bishops, Sparkey Cottage, Mope Lane 29: 210
Wigborough, Great, red hill26: 65,69-71, 70
Writtle, Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 6, 10, 11 late Iron Age/Roman, Braintree, George Yard 24: 50




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loomweights, ceramic  (cont.)
Anglo-Saxon, Chadwell St Mary, County Primary School28:208;29:48,50,54,57
not precisely  dated
Bradwell-on-Sea,  Othona  Community site 25: 68 Chingford, 3A Lea Valley Road 29: 197
Fox Hall, Southend 26: 36, 37
Stanway Hall Farm 29: 207
Totham, Great, Howells Farm 22: 154 Loughton
history 26: 199
WW2 defence ring 26: 256
Broadfield Shaw 27: 249
Long Shaw 27: 249
see also Debden (W. Essex) Loughton  Camp 26: 61
Louis VIII, King 27: 196
Louis IX, King (Saint Louis) 27: 196, 197
Louis XIII, King, coin, Colchester, Osborne Street 25: 57 Louis XVIII, King, at Gosfield Hall25: 185, 189
Low, James, ass. to F. Chancellor 24: 178;26: 207
Lowen, Henry, Abrahams Ferry 23: 63
Lowen, James, Abrahams Ferry 23: 63
Lowthe, Katherine, Colchester will (1545) 22: 93
Lo:xford, Buttsbury Estate, prehistoric to Roman features 24: 199-200
Luckyn family ofLittleWaltham  24: 153
Lucy, Geoffrey de (son of Richard), and the royal forests 26: 129, 130, 131
Lucy, Richard de, Henry II's justiciar 26: 129, 171 Ludlam, George, Temple Mills lease 22: 119 Ludlow, Edmund (regicide) 25: 180
Ludlow (Salop), Carmelite Friary 30: 133, 134 Luffness (E Loth), Carmelite Friary 30: 134
Luther, Richard, Kelvedon Hatch church plate donor 24: 152
Luttrell Psalter (c. 1340) 24: 124
Lyttleton, Sir Charles, governor ofLandguard fort 25: 178, 179, 181

Mll motorway see roads
Mabbitt, Christine, 'Modern Woodwork by H. & K.
Mabbitt in Birdbrook Church' 22: 132-7 McCarthy, John, Beirut hostage: Boxted Church windows
28:318
Mace family, 16th cent. Colchester 21: 110, 111, 112, 115
macehead, stone, Rivenhall 23: 114, 115
Mclntosh, M. K., A Community Transformed. The Manor and Liberty of Havering, 150Q-1620 (book review) 23: 167-8
MacKinnon, Ann Dolina, 'The arrangement of
monuments and seating at St Andrew's
church, Earl's Colne, during the 17th and early 18th centuries' 28: 165-80
McMaster,  lda  and Evans, Kathleen, Mount  Bures-  its lands and its people.A brief history from prehistoric to Victorian times (book review) 27: 339-40
macrofossils see plant remains
Magdalen Laver
Bushes 25: 173
church, work of F. Chancellor 26: 218 Roman brooch fmd 30: 198
Wynter's Armourie, cross-wing house 24: 120
Magna Carta 26: 164


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Maiden Castle (Dorset), Iron Age loomweights 26: 71 MaidensTye, High Easter 21: 101
medieval sgraffito ware 23: 51
Maitland, Prof. F.W. 25: 72, 73
Maldon
general
by period
Saxon burh 24: 185-6, 196, 200; 27: 96, 97, lOOn,
223;28:134,139-40, 184;30:245
and see other locations below Saxon minting 26: 288-9; 28: 140 medieval period
and Domesday 26: 162-3, 164; 28: 142
early settlement plots 27: 223
later town enclosure 28: 140
manors 26: 163; 27: 224
notes by J. H. Round 26: 162-4 parish of All Saints 25: 75
royal charter (1171) 25: 75; 26: 164; 28: 140 medieval/post -medieval period
St Martin-le-Grand
prebendal estate (Ketons and Coopes) 28: 144,
147-9
and St Mary, Maldon 26: 163; 28: 142-4, 145,
146-8
see also Carmelite Friary, Maldon
19th cent., Chelmer-Blackwater canal26: 292
All Saints' Church 28: 139, 140; 30: 241, 245
spire 24: 136-49 (inc. illustr.); 29: 286, 287
All Saints' Vicarage 24: 121; 27: 278 Beacon Green
early Iron Age settlement and Anglo-Saxon 'burh' 23:
10-24 (inc. illustr.); 25: 262
18th cent. 'earthwork' 23: 20-3,20
'Elmcroft' (former site) 23: 10
post-medieval features 23: 23
pottery 23: 15-18, 16-17, 19, 21
Beeleigh Road, poss. Saxon burh evidence 23: 21, 22; 28:
139
Brick House (Brickhouse) Farm prehistoric/Roman features 24: 205
as prebendal estate 28: 143, 144
Carmelite Friary see Carmelite Friary, Maldon
cellar survey 28: 225
Chequers Lane 30: 138
see also Carmelite Friary, Maldon Edwards Walk 23: 111
Friary East/West see Carmelite Friary, Maldon
Gate Street, EEV site, line of Saxon burh (poss.) and mise. features 24: 200
Harris'Tudor mansion see Carmelite Friary, Maldon High Street 30: 241, 245
D'Arcy tower
No. 39 'Moot Hall' ('D'ArcyTower' complex) 27: 223,288
medieval earthwork to north 23: 107; 28: 133-41 (inc. illustr.)
King's Head, Wealden buildings 27: 214-25 (inc. illustr.); 30: 247
late medieval features 27: 216-18
17th century outbuilding (poss. maltings) 27: 218,
220,221
17th/18th century features 27: 216, 218, 22Q-2
cellar 27: 218
No. 40 30: 130




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Maldon, High Street (cont.)
Nos 43-47 (Post Office) 23: 147-52, 147-8, 150-2; 28:
139
Old Gasworks site, medieval features 25: 254
Saxon features 23: 21, 23
Swan public house (now Swan Hotel) 22: 181, 182; 30:
243
Hythe, the 25: 254; 28: 140
landfill site 22: 167-70, 167-9
early Bronze Age biconical urn 22: 167, 169
early Iron Age pottery 22: 167, 168-9
late Iron Age/Roman pottery 22: 168, 169
Saxon and medieval pottery 22: 168
Market Hill28: 139
Parsonage Marshes, as prebendal estate 28: 143, 144
St Mary's Church 24: 208; 26: 218; 30: 254-5, 254
combined with Mundon 28: 142
and patronage of St Martin-le-Grand/Westrninster Abbey 26: 163; 28: 142-50 (inc. illustr.)
St Peter's Hospital (formerly Union House) 26: 212 Silver Street, Blue Boar Hotel30: 241-5,241-2,244 Southern Relief Road
late Bronze Age/early Iron Age occupation 21: 134 late Iron Age/Roman activity 21: 134; 22: 156
Spital Road
No. 2, Saxon burh defences(?) 24: 185-6, 187; 28: 139
No. 20, early Iron Age features 23: 11, 18, 21,22 Tenterfield Road, prehistoric to medieval features 28: 212 Thomas  Plume's  Library  (founded  1704) 28: 316,317 Victoria Road, late Saxon/medieval spindle whorl 28:
183-4,184
White Horse Lane 23: 106-7,107
see also Carmelite Friary, Maldon
Youth Hostel site, early Iron Age features 23: 11, 18
see also Beeleigh Abbey; Rook Hall
Maldon, Battle of (991 AD) 22: 167; 24: 157, 158; 27: 97
The Battle of Maldon: Fiction and Fact Qanet Cooper) (book review) 26: 288-9
Maldon Hall Farm, late Iron Age cremation cemetery 21:
125, 126, 133
malthouses 26: 235; 27: 255-60, 256-8; 29: 190
Hocking, Church Lane (Polly's Hill), Hill Malting (Resting Seat House) 29: 220-4, 220-2
CressingTemple  25: 79-81,83,  97,99-102,  101, 103-4,
104
Dunmow, Great, Boyes Croft 25: 100, 104; 27: 256
Heybridge, Saltcote Maltings 28: 199, 201; 29: 191, 195,
206
Kelvedon, High Street (poss.) 30: 220
Laver, High, Bush Hall Farm 29: 190; 30: 205
Maldon High Street, King's Head (poss.) 27: 218,220,221 Manningtree, The Walls Maltings 27: 257,260
Mistley 27:256-7, 257; 29: 190, 212; 30:212,229
Ongar, High, Spurriers Farm Malthouse 27: 257, 258
Saffron Walden
High Street 29: 134
Raynham's Garage (former High Street Maltings) 30: 212,229
Stisted, Gowers Farm Malthouse 27: 256
Thaxted, Town Street (No. 23) 27: 329,331,335-6
Yeldham, Upper Yeldham Hall Malthouse 29: 190 Malthus, Rev. Thomas 23: 76; 27: 226, 234 malting kilns see kilns
maltings, designed by R Chancellor 26: 214 mammoth  bones,Aveley  27: 263; 28:215


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Man, William, Colchester will (1501) 22: 92  Manchester, Earls of, and Leez Priory estate 25: 119 Mandeville, Geoffrey de (d 1100) 24: 160; 27: 194, 195,
198
Mandeville, Geoffrey de, Earl of Essex (1st creation
1140) (d 1144) 24: 157, 158
J. H. Round on 29: 156, 165
and Maldon 26: 163; 28: 142
and Pleshey 25: 113; 28: 284; 30: 266
see also Waltham, Great (manor)
Mandeville, William de, 3rd Earl of Essex (d 1189) 26:
129, 164
Mandubracius, Trinovantian prince 21: 8, 9
Mann, HenryWilliam (architect, d 1918) 24: 178; 26:
206
Manning, Fred (Herbert's son) 23: 161
Manning, Herbert, BarlingWindmill23: 161 Manningtree
medieval foundation 24: 238 High Street
No. 47, mise. archaeological finds 23: 111
(north of), burial ground 24: 236-8, 237
The Walls Maltings 27:257,260 manors
Adulfesness (Aeldulvesnasa) (nowThe Sokens) 27: 202-13
Alfriston (later Bigods) 27: 194-5, 196, 197-8
Alresford 29: 246
Baddow 26: 164
Bardfield, Great 29: 118
Battleswick (Colchester) 27: 237-46
Berechurch 25: 288
Bergholt, West 23: 86-8; 25: 72; 27: 339
Boblow, Helions Bumpstead 28: 238-40
Hocking Hall24: 114, 117 Boreham
Old Hall28: 103
Walkfares (Waiter Hall) (Wizlcfara) 28: 103
Bovingdon Hall24: 114
Bradwell 29: 59, 91
see also Kelvedon Buttsbury  30: 149
Chigwell, Barringtons 26: 126
Dagenham 26: 200
Dartford (Kent) 27: 195, 196, 197, 199
Debden 30: 146
Donyland, West (Colchester) 27: 237, 238, 239, 241, 246
Easter, High 29: 118
Easton, Great 24: 124
Elsenham 29: 116
Farnham, Walkefares 27: 194
Farnham, Little 27: 194, 195, 196, 198
Felsted 25: 113
Fennes 24: 114
Fryerning 26: 273-4
Hallingbury, Great 30: 149
Hanningfield (Claydons) 26: 164, 165, 166, 168
Hatfield Broad Oak 26: 171; 29: 118
Havering 21: 48-9; 23: 167-8; 29: 116, 119
Hertisham (later Hassobury) 27: 194
Heybridge 29: 233
Kelvedon (Bradwell) 29: 59
Langley (Acton Burnell (Salop)) 30: 147, 152
Lawshall (Suffolk) 26: 164
Lexden 22: 67, 68, 69, 72, 73; 25: 76
Leyton, Ruckholts 26: 240; 28: 298



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