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Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 21-30. Index (Pla - Pots)


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.

plant remains, not precisely dated (cont.) Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 82 Southend
Fox Hall26: 37
cereals 26: 37, 38
see also cereal crops; pollen analysis
plaque, carved bone, Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24:
109, 110
plaster
moulded stucco (poss. plaster of Paris), Maldon Carmelite
Friary 30: 89
painted-wall Roman
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 12, 13
Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 82
wall, Colchester, East Stockwell Street 23: 33
wall (with stucco), Lambourne, Church of St Mary and All
Saints 28: 254
see also wall paintings
plate, church, and Essex history 24: 15Q-6 Pleistocene  (Ice Age)  deposits
Aveley 27: 262-3; 28: 205, 215-16; 29: 204
Purfleet, WestThurrock 25: 246
Wakering, Great 28: 1, 3 Pleshey
Anglo-Saxon metalwork 27: 320,321
medievalperiod25: 113,116, 119;28: 140
manor and parish 25: 113
town enclosure 28: 284
see also Pleshey Castle
Back Lane (formerly Bret Street) 28: 284; 30: 266
Eastwyn, early medieval pottery 25: 254
Hill House, former St Mary's Church and churchyard 28:184-5,206,227
Folly Farm, 17th cent. barn 21: 123 The Street
Moat Cottage 30: 266-72 (inc. illustr.) 'The  Gardens'
medieval remains 28: 282-90, 283-4; 30: 266 finds28:286-9,287-9
Vicarage Road (medieval New Street) 28: 284 White Horse public house 27: 272
Pleshey Castle 25: 113, 116, 119; 28: 140, 286; 30: 267
motte and bailey 26: 205; 28: 284; 30: 266
Pleshey Castle Bridge 30: 225
Pleshey Great Park25: 113,114-16,114, 115; 30: 190
Coppice Lane 25: 114, 115
Lawn Hall25: 114, 115
Pleshey Little Park 25: 114, 116; 30: 190
ploughshare, iron, late Iron Age/Roman?, Billericay School 21: 22, 41, 42,45
Plumbergh family lands (14th cent.) 22: 61
Plume, DrThomas, Maldon Library (founded 1704) 28: 316,317
Pocklington (Yorks), school29: 146
Poitiers, Battle of (1356) 26: 146
Polden Hill (Somerset), late Iron Age bronze horse brooch 22: 1, 3, 8
Pole, William Wellesley see Wellesley, Long pollen   analysis
Asheldham Camp 22: 25, 35-6, 36
Aveley, Pleistocene deposits 29: 204
Chadwell St Mary County Primary School 29: 56-7
Enfield Lock 22: 162, 163
Stanway Hall Farm 29: 207


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Stebbingford 27: 108, 116, 118, 156, 157, 159, 160, 166
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 81 Polstead, Henry, and Bicknacre Priory 29: 216 Polstead (Suffolk), Church 29:94, 105
Pompeii (Italy), hypocausts 23: 121
Pond Hall Decoy (duck decoy pond), Stour estuary 29:
186
PondPark25: 113,114,116,117,119
Boots Wood 25: 116 ponds  and lakes
Boreham, Great Holts Farm 26: 247
Castle Hedingham, Maiden Ley Farm (poss.) 27: 29
Coggeshall Abbey 23: 95
Fobbing 26: 234
Goldhanger, Blackwater estuary 27: 254, 255
Leez Priory 26: 234
Tollesbury, Pennyhole Fleet 27: 250,251 Woodford  Green, Four Trees Pond 22: 160 see also duck decoy ponds; fish-ponds
Pontvallain (France) 26: 147 poor relief
19th cent. developments 30: 202-4
administrative jobs in 29: 146
and Chipping OngarVestry 29: 151-2
in Colchester 30: 278
in Leytonstone 28: 298, 301
Poor Law Amendment Act (1834) 26: 211; 30:202-3 Poor Law Commission, and tithe commutation maps 25:
219,222-3,224,225
Society for Bettering the Condition of the Poor 27: 227, 230
Speenhamland judgement (1795) 27: 233-4
Vagrancy Acts (1744) 27: 232
see also almshouses; employment (female); workhouses Poos, L. R., A Rural Society after the Black Death (book
reviewed)  23: 166-7
Pope, William, Audley End postilion 24: 165 population   trends
12th and 13th cent. growth 29: 115-17
bad weather and famine (1315-22) 27: 176, 177
and the Black Death (1348-9) 27: 171, 173, 177
Chipping Ongar post-medieval period 30: 176 Essex 14th-16th cent. (book review) 23: 166
Havering, manor and Liberty of (book review) 23: 168 Irish immigration 18th/19th cent. in Leyton/Leytonstone
28:298,301
Mobility and Migration -East Anglian founders of New
England, 1629-1640 (Thompson)  (book review) 26: 29Q-1
poor women's employment during French wars 27: 226-36 porches,   church
Bardfield Sating, Church of St Peter and St Paul 26: 224-5,
225
Bradwell-juxta-Coggeshall, Holy Trinity Church 29: 59, 65,
90, 92, 93, 100
Dovercourt, Church of All Saints 23: 93 Maldon, St Mary's Church 30: 255
Wakering, Great, Church of St Nicholas 30: 252
Porter, Elizabeth (d 1822), Broomfield, St Mary's Church
30:251
Porter, Joseph Holmes (d 1807), Broomfield, St Mary's
Church 30: 251
Porter family, ofStebbing 30: 146, 148, 149-50, 151
Portland stone 28: 308, 309
Potsgrove (Beds), Rectory, work ofF. Chancellor 26: 217





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