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Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 1-20. Index (Ba - Bu)


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.

BACON, RICHARD, Colchester Town Clerk (early 18th cent.) 18: 64, 67
BACON, STUART R. 'Colchester Castle Well' 5: 237-9,
238
BACONS IN DENGIE, Elizabethan manor court: leet jurisdiction 13: 4-5
BACTON (SUFFOLK), medieval manor 2: 113-14, 119
BADDOW, 11th cent. landholding 4: 131
BADDOW, GREAT 8: 177
church and Peasants' Revolt 2: 271
medieval bronze (brass) pack-horse bell12: 69, 77
medieval clergy 1: 249 BADDOW, LITTLE
prehistoric finds 8: 146-7, 146
11th cent. landholding 4: 129
BADLESMERE, MAUD 6: 93
BAGLEY, WILLIAM, ofThorpe 2: 128
BAINARD, RALF 4: 128, 129 BAKEHOUSES
Plesheybury 11: 85
Waltham Abbey monastic site 4: 32, 91; 10: 130 BAKER'S FARM, SIBLE HEDINGHAM, pottery kiln see
KILNS, pottery  (Roman) BALL, JOHN, and Peasants' Revolt 8: 287-8
BALLINGDON, Thunreslau  (Half Hundred: Domesday placename) 16: 43
BAMBER'S GREEN, LOWER seeTAKELEY
BANGLES, SHALE, Roman, Colchester, Lewis's Gardens 1: 11, 26,27
BANGOR (CO. DOWN), early Christian church 10: 70 BANK HOLIDAY ACT (1871) 16: 65
BAR IRON, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 169, 170
BARBER-SURGEONS, 17th cent. tokens of 17: 177, 178
BARDFIELD, GREAT 20: 44
Bluegate Hall Farm 11: 80-1
Cottage Museum 1: 167
BARDFIELD, LITTLE, St Katherine's Church 2: 39; 16:
115
BARDFIELD SALING
Romano-British and medieval pottery 8: 244 Church of St Peter and St Paul19: 253
medieval floor tiles 8: 78, 275; 11: 24
restoration/repair 8: 275; 17: 148
BARFOOT, ROBERT, brass at Lambourne 1: 215, 216
BARGEROOSTERVELD,  DRENTHE  (NETHERLANDS),
prehistoric structure 19: 13
BARKHAM,JOHN, DEAN OF BOCKING 16: 54 BARKING
Mesolithic material 17: 164
Roman fmds 8: 244
Berchingae (Domesday manor) 16: 41
11th cent. landholding 4: 132
medieval cloth trades 20: 54, 59, 60
medieval market 13: 15, 19
1801 agricultural survey 5: 188, 190, 192, 193
Abbey 2: 37, 38, 39, 45; 10: 53, 71; 16: 123, 124; 19: 262
Benedictine nuns at 20: 46
Industrial Estate, Saxon structures 18: 104; 20: 159
and Tollesbury Hall18: 53, 61
Abbey Road 17: 156; 19:262
Saxon and medieval structures (poss.) 20: 158, 159
Alfred's Way 17: 158
Gascoigne Estate, medieval features and pottery 18: 104 St Margaret's Church 17: 158; 18: 104
Tanner Street 20: 159


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Waterfront, post-medieval structures and features 19: 262 BARLEY (HERTS)
middle Iron Age structures 17: 11
later Iron Age features 17: 122
BARLEY CULTNATION, 14th cent. at Finchingfield 9: 107 BARLING
Glebe Farm: 17th-cent. stone farmhouse 15: 141, 163, 164;
18:104
Gravel Quarry, red hill18: 104
Late Bronze Age/Iron Age features 14: 133, 143
Romano-British pottery 8: 244 BARLING MAGNA
Barling Gravel Pit, Bronze Age pits 16: 123, 124
Barling Hall 9: 60-9(inc. illustr.); 12: 82, 83; 13: 49
Bronze Age radiocarbon dating 13: 46 BARNABAS, SAINT, churches dedicated to 2: 46 BARNABE,JOHN   17:139
BARNACK  QUARRIES  (NORTHANTS), monumental
carving 1: 263 BARNACKSTONE
Belchamp Otten Church, coffm 20: 150
Coggeshall, Little 20: 174
Priors Hall, Widdington 20: 169
WalthamAbbey monastic site 2:232, 263; 19: 125, 127
BARNARD FAMILY, Purleigh 17: 115, 116, 117 BARNES FARM COUNTY JUNIOR  SCHOOL,
SPRINGFIELD   see  SPRINGFIELD
BARNETT, REVD. SAMUEL, and Toynbee Hall18: 75 BARNS
Roman (poss.), Colchester, Balkerne Gardens 3: 52 medieval
Coggeshall, Grange Barn 16: 150-3, 151
Gestingthorpe, Moat Farm 15: 158-9
Waltham, Little, Stonage Farm 11: 84 medieval and later
Historic Building status 9: 150
Margaretting, Canterburys 11: 84
15th cent., (approx.), Sampford, Great, Parsonage Farm 12:88
16th cent., Chickney, Sibley's Farm 15: 157
17th cent.
Bardfield, Great, Bluegate Hall Farm 11: 81 Stanway, White Hart Farm 11: 86
see also GRANARIES
BARNSTON, medieval manor 8: 213
BARNSTON, THOMAS, rector, Little Waltham Church 1:
111
BARRELS, in well-lining, Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 127,130,137,180-3,181
BARRINGTON, SIR FRANCIS (FATHER OF SIR THOMAS) 2: 60-1, 144; 10: 123
BARRINGTON, SIR JOHN (ELDEST SON OF SIR THOMAS) 2: 65
BARRINGTON, ROBERT (SECOND SON OF SIR
THOMAS) 2: 66 BARRINGTON, SIR THOMAS
and Col Long affair 2: 210,211,212,214
Hatfield Broad Oak 1: 161; 2: 61, 144
and Hercules Francis Cooke 9: 143
and the Puritan Revolution 2: 60-82, 144, 145, 146 BARRINGTON'S  FARM, ORSETT COCK see ORSETT
COCK
BARRITT, E. E., & KETTLE, B. M., 'Notes on Romano­
British Archaeology of Chelmsford and District'  1: 165-6




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BARROWS
prehistoric (general)
Mucking 9: 101
Stour valley 14: 114
?Neolithic long barrows Ashen 16: 92
Birch 16: 91, 92
Braxted, Great 16: 92
Feering 16: 92
Lawford 16: 92
Rivenhall 16: 92
Coleman's Farm (poss.) 18: 108
Springfield 16: 92
Thorrington 16: 92
Tollesbury 16: 91, 92
Bronze Age
Ardleigh 7: 14-29, 15; 12: 39; 13: 49; 15:4
Birdbrook, Chadwell's Farm (poss.) 16: 123
Bromley, Little 15: 153
Clacton, Rush Green 15: 121
Colchester, Chitts Hill9: 4, 14-15, 19
Rainham, Moor Hall Farm 13: 53, 58
Shelley 14:117,118
Canfield,Little  (poss.)  15: 144,145,146
Dunmow, Great (poss.) 12: 77, 78
BARRY, E. M., and Pyrgo 18: 48
BARSHAM, EAST, manor (Norfolk) 20: 101
BARSTABLE HUNDRED (DOMESDAY) 16: 45
BARTHOMLEY  (CHESHIRE), Foulshurst, Sir Robert: tomb 16: 60, 61
BARTLETT,W. G. (ARCHITECT) 5:218,221
BARTLOW,ASHDON, Domesday survey 1: 185 BARTLOW HILLS, rich Roman burial 9: 83 BARTON, K. J.
Orsett 'Cock' site 6: 13
'Settlements of the Iron Age and Pagan Saxon Periods at Linford.' 1: 57-104
BASCOMBE, K. N.
architectural features, Waltham Abbey 2: 237-41
documentary evidence, Waltham Abbey 2: 216-20; 5: 127-
30
BASILDON
medieval cloth trades 20: 55
see also WASKETTS, GREAT
BASING HOUSE (HANTS), post-medieval tiles 10: 156 BASSETT, S. R. 17: 7
BASSINGBOURN  HALL see under STANSTED
AIRPORT
BASSINGBOURNE WOOD see CHESTERFORD, LITTLE
BATH HOUSES, ROMAN, Chigwell, Little London 13: 50;
14: 135, 144
BATH STONE, Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 75 BATT FAMILY, ofLittlebury 11: 94-5, 97, 98
BATTLE ABBEY 2: 239
BAWSEY (NORFOLK), medieval tile kiln 10: 155 BAXTER MARRIAGE INDEX 12: 115
BAYNARD, RICHARD, OF MESSING 2: 267-8
BAYTHORNE, 11th cent. landholding 4: 131
BAZETT, R. & CHAPMAN, S., 'Roman Occupation at Shopfield, Little Waltham' 2: 47-59
BEACON HILL, HARWICH 10: 25
BEADLE SON & CHANCELLOR (ARCHITECTS) 5: 202
see  also  CHANCELLOR


BELCHAMP OTTON


BEADS
amber,Anglo-Saxon,Prittlewell19: 108,112,113
bronze, Dawes Heath, prob. Roman villa 13: 66, 67 glass
Roman
Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 55, 58
Heybridge 17: 27, 28
Nazeingbury 10: 104, 105
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 19
Springfield Cursus 15: 139
Anglo-Saxon, Prittlewell19: 108, 112
not precisely dated, Barling Hall 9: 68
jet, Roman, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 22, 23
BEAUCHAMP, THOMAS (d 1370), tomb 16: 61
BEAUCHAMPS FARM, WICKFORD  12: 63-7, 64
late Bronze Age features 2: 332
Belgic pottery 2: 96; 14: 143
Iron Age ceramic loomweights  14: 120, 121
Iron Age/Roman features 2: 33Q-2 Roman period
ovens 12: 49, 63-5
pottery and artefacts 2: 96; 11: 37,41-50,42, 45-9; 12:
65-7, 66; 14: 143
'small town' 9: 20, 21, 43; 12:82 puddingstone quern 2: 96n watching brief 11: 109
BEAUCHAMPS JUNIOR SCHOOL,WICKFORD see
WICKFORD
BEAUFORT  OFWINCHESTER, BISHOP 8: 221
BEAUMONT, MARGARET  (DAUGHTER OF 7TH EARL OF OXFORD)  16: 53
BEAUMONT-CUM-MOZE
medieval period
11th cent. landholding 4: 130
ceramics 15: 65
clergy 1: 249
manorS: 213
see  also  LANDERMERE
BECHE, THOMAS, ALIAS MARSHALL (ABBOT OF ST JOHN'S, COLCHESTER) 15: 86
BECKET, MARY (SISTER OFTHOMAS) 2: 45 BECKET, THOMAS see THOMAS (BECKET) OF
CANTERBURY, SAINT
BECKET, WILLIAM, Colchester clothmaker 15:90
BECKNEY
'Bacheneia' in Domesday 16:41
11th cent. landholding 4: 131
BEDE, THE VENERABLE (SAINT)  10: 53, 63, 64, 70, 71 BEDENESTEDE/BEDENESTEDA (MEDIEVAL PLACE­
NAME)  see SANDON  (BENSTED  GREEN)
BEDFORD, JOHN DUKE OF 2: 268 BEDWIN, OWEN
'Excavation ofThree Ring Ditches at Broomfield Plantation  Quarry'  17:69-81
'Excavations at Mount House, Braintree 1984' 16: 28-39
BEETLE REMAINS, Nazeingbury 10: 114
BELCHAM (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
BELCHAMPSTETHELBERT
BELCHAMP
medieval clergy 1: 249
medieval cloth trades 20: 56 BELCHAMP  OTTON
Fowe's Farm, Roman pottery kiln (poss.) 11: 51 St Ethelbert and All Saints' Church 2: 38
stone coffm 20: 150





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BELCHAMP ST ETHELBERT
?medieval chapel foundations 19: 256,258
Belcham? (in Domesday) 16: 44
BELCHAMP ST PAUL, St Paul's Cathedral as medieval landowner 2: 37
BELCHAMPWALTER, Thunreslau (Half Hundred: Domesday placename) 16: 43
BELCHER,JOHN (ARCHITECT) 5: 225-33
Ashton Memorial, Lancaster 5: 232-3(Pl. Xll) Colchester Town HallS: 225, 228-9, 230-3, 232-3(Pls I;
III;Vll-XI)
BELFRIES, church 5: 207-9
Good Easter 5: 208
Hanningfield, South 5: 208
Laindon, St Nicholas' Church 5: 208
Latchingdon, St Michael's Church, timber bell-frame 11: 6, 10, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 30
Ulting 5: 208 BELGAE
Colchester and pre-Roman period 14:3-14
see also CEMETERIES;  COINS; POTTERY BELGIUM  AND  LOW  COUNTRIES
architectural influences 20: 102
see   also  FLEMINGS/FLEMISH
BELHUS FARM, LITTLE, SOUTH OCKENDON see
OCKENDON, SOUTH BELHUS PARK,AVELEY
late Iron Age enclosures 12: 48
18th cent. ice-house structure 12: 39
BELL-CAGE, wooden, West Bergholt  Church  11: 109 BELLHOUSE QUARRY see STANWAY
BELLS
brass/bronze pack-horse Baddow, Great 12: 69, 77
Canfield, Great 8: 157, 165
see also BELFRIES
BELMEIS see RICHARD OF BELMEIS BELT  FITTINGS
Roman, Braintree 8; 127
see also BUCKLES
BELT PLATES, bronze, Roman, Colchester 3:27,28
BELT SETS, ROMAN  BJ .ONZE/SILVER, Mucking  Saxon
cemetery$: 12
BELVEDERE MOUNT s WEALD COUNTY PARK
BEMBRIDGE LIMESTONE, mortar, Easton, Great 2: 160 BENEDICTINE  ORDER
general
and church architecture 2: 237,238,239
English and Continental links 12: 97
manuscript design work 11: 3
Barking Abbey 20: 46
Bury St Edmunds Abbey 8: 214
Colchester, StJohn's Abbey 8: 215; 15: 84
Hatfield Broad Oak 20: 46
Hatfield Peverel 20: 46
Walden Abbey 19: 268
Wix, Nunnery at 1: 106, 107
BENETLEA  (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)  see
BENTLEY, GREAT
BENFLEET, 11th cent. landholding 4: 129
BENFLEET, SOUTH
early Iron Age pottery 8: 241, 247
Roman and medieval fmds 2: 328; 8: 259-63, 261, 266,
273,274
BENNET, MARY (nee HALLAM) 18: 64


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BENNET, PHILIP, OFWIDCOMBE MANOR, BATH 18: 64
BENNET, PHILIP (SON OF PHILIP below) 18: 64, 65
BENNETT,A., and Gilman, P.J. (ed.) 'The Work of the Essex County Council Archaeology Section, 1988'20: 147-56
BENNETT,JOHN, obit. 16: 6
BENSTED GREEN  ('BEDENESTEDE')  see SANDON
BENSUSAN-BUTT,JOHN, 'A Friend to his Country: William Mayhew & the Recovery of the Colchester Charter 1763' 18: 63-74
BENTALL, WILLIAM, Heybridge iron foundry of 14: 105, 106, 107, 108
BENTHALL CHURCH (SALOP), medieval floor tiles 2: 257
BENTLEY, GREAT
rectangular enclosure 18: 101
?Benetlea in Domesday 16: 44
?medieval fee 1: 179, 185
1801 agricultural survey 5: 192, 196
St Mary's Church 18: 99-100
BENTLEY, LITTLE, 1801 agricultural survey 5: 192 BENTON HALL/BENNINGTON HALL
('BREDINGHO'), MEDIEVAL MANOR see
underWITHAM
BERCHINGAE (DOMESDAY MANOR) (inc. BARKING, ILFORD AND DAGENHAM)  16: 41
BERDEN 20: 46
BERDEN HALL PRIORY FARM, ?medieval earthwork 13:
38
BEREWIC  MANOR  (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)  see
EASTER, HIGH (BARRICKS)
BERGHOLT SACKVILLE, medieval chantry 8: 215 BERGHOLT, WEST
Belgic bowl14: 117, 119; 18: 120
medieval cloth trades 20: 54
Bourne Road, post-medieval brick and tile kiln 10: 248 Bradefelda? in (Domesday placename) 16: 44
'Flexmede' 20: 48
St Mary's Church 11: 109
indurated conglomerate in 18: 120 BERKESDON, MEDIEVAL KNIGHT'S FEE see
ASPENDEN
BERNARD OF CLAIRVAUX, SAINT, life of St Malachy
10:70
BERNERS, SIR JAMES 8: 213
BERNI RES, HUGH DE 1: 193, 195
BERTUNA  (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)  see STANWAY
(BYRTON); UGLEY
BERWICK BERNERS (ROINGES IN DOMESDAY) see
RODING, ABBESS BERWICK HALL see COLNE, WHITE
BERWICK (RENAHAM IN DOMESDAY) see RAINHAM
BESTE FAMILY, IN 16TH CENT. COLCHESTER 15: 85, 90
BETHELL, DENIS, 'Richard of Belmeis and the Foundation
of St Osyth's' 2: 299-328 BETTON  (SALOP), medieval manor 2:321-2
BEVERIDGE, WILLIAM, and Fambridge colony scheme 18: 75, 77, 80, 85
BEXLEY HEATH (KENT), metalwork hoard 18: 11
BIGG, HENRY, 17th cent. token issuer 17: 177
BIGGIN (HAMLET): FORMERLY BEGGING (NEAR GUN HILL, WESTTILBURY) 5:70, 100-1
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BIGOT, ROGER, SHERIFF OF SUFFOLK AND
NORFOLK 1: 194, 195
BILDESTON (SUFFOLK), medieval man r of 2: 1, 4-5,
112-13,115,120;8:211
BILLERICAY
general
history and development 19: 233
and planning 19: 233-4 Buckenham's (Buckenhams) Field
Roman cemetery 9: 96
Roman pottery kiln 10: 240; 11: 50
medieval market 13: 16, 18, 19; 19: 233
NorseyWood  9: 93; 10: 21; 19:233
'oppidum'10:21;15:51
School, late Iron Age/Roman features 19: 261, 262
see also KILNS, pottery  (Roman)
BINESLEA  (DOMESDAY  PLACENAME)  see BINSLEY
BINGLEY, MR RANDAL, Gun Hill, WestTilbury:
excavation 5: 50, 66, 68, 100
BINSLEY, BULMER (BINESLEA IN DOMESDAY) 16: 41
Thunreslau (Half Hundred: Domesday placename)  16:43 BIRCH, ?Neolithic long barrow 16: 91, 92
BIRCH, GREAT
11th cent. landholding 4: 129
Legra manor (in Domesday) 16: 42
BIRCH, LT. COL. THOMAS, early 19th cent. local defence 15:115-16,117
BIRCH CHARCOAL
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 77
Danbury Camp 10: 20
BIRCH REMAINS, Romano-British, South Ockendon 2: 95 BIRCHANGER
medieval cloth trades 20: 54
Pantile Farm see STANSTED AIRPORT
see also DUCKEND FARM BIRD  BONES
Roman
Nazeingbury 10: 113
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 24
Anglo-Saxon, Nazeingbury 10: 113 medieval
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 77
Rookery Hill, Little Thurrock 5: 117 medievaVpost-medieval
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 126
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 264-6
not precisely dated, Peverel Gardens, Hatfield Peverel 9: 89 BIRD    REPRESENTATIONS
Roman brooch, Springfield 19: 252
Roman intaglios, Colchester 3: 32-3, 34
Romano-British metalwork 18: 115, 116, 117-20 BIRDBROOK
prehistoric flintwork 13: 32, 33, 46
?socketed axe find 18: 14
Chadwell's Farm, ?ploughed-out Bronze Age barrow 16: 123, 124
St Augustine's Church 2: 45
BIRKHEAD, LT.-COL. EDWARD 2: 73, 74, 75
BISHOP'S STORTFORD (HERTS) 20: 45
BISHOPSTONE  (SUSSEX), Roman wares 14: 57 BLACHAM (DOMESDAY PLACENAME)  seeTOTHAM,
GREAT (BLATCHAMS) 'BLACK CANONS' 2: 299, 304-5, 306, 308, 310
BLACK DEATH 20: 86


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BLACK HENBANE AND HEMLOCK REMAINS, WALTHAMABBEY 13: 55;-18: 121-4
BLACK NOTLEY see NOTLEY, BLACK BLACKLANDS,  GREAT  10: 31,33 BLACKMORE
Saxon loomweight 10: 234-5, 235
medieval tile kiln  10: 234-5
18th cent. brick kiln 9: 92; 12: 83 church
hand bier 5: 215-16
tower 5: 208-9
BLACKMORES HEAD, RHUDDLAN (FLINTS),
fireplace 20: 101
BLACKWATER, RIVER 1:240, 241;8: 182; 17:7,17,63,
64;19:37,83;20:44
Roman period 19:86-7
oak timbers 19: 86
medieval oak fmd 9: 71
see also CHELMER BLACKWATER     ESTUARY
Bradwell-on-Sea 8: 155
and early settlement 17: 61, 161, 164
Hullbridge Coastal Project 16: 130; 19: 265
Neolithic features 18: 107, 112; 19: 265
Stumble, the 19: 265; 20: 163
BLACKWATER  SAILING CLUB, HEYBRIDGE see under
HEYBRIDGE
BLADE CORES, flint Mesolithic
Bocking 17: 141
Hill Wood, High Beach, Epping Forest 10: 216 BLADES, iron, Roman, Colchester, Lewis's Gardens 1: 26, 27 BLAKE, BRYAN P.
Archaeological Notes: St Osyth and Ardleigh 1: 259-62
Orsett 'Cock' site 6: 13, 20, 22
'Stone Coffm found atWix Abbey' 1: 105-10
et al., 'Medieval and Later Pottery from Stockwell Street, Colchester' 1: 41-51
BLAKESLEY, nrTOWCESTER (NORTHANTS),
medieval chimney-pot 7: 51
BLATCH,JOHN, Colchester Mayor (early 18th cent.) 18:67 BLAXILL (KENT), Roman site 3: 120, 121, 122, 123, 126
BLOMFIELD, ARTHUR W. (ARCHITECT)  5: 218, 220,
221
BLOOMERY FORGE seeWALTHAM ABBEY
BLOWERS, JOHN, Thorpe sadler 2: 128, 131 BLUEGATES FARM QUARRY see ALRESFORD BLUNT'S HALL, WITHAM see WITHAM
BLYTHBURGH (SUFFOLK), priory (dependent of St Osyth)  2: 300,303,315-16,322,323
BOARD, BERYL A., 'The Fambridge Colony: an experiment in land reclamation by unemployed Londoners,   1906-7' 18:75-87
BOATS
dug-out, prehistoric?, Sewardstone 10: 176
strakes from, Southchurch Hall12: 47; 16: 133; 18: 37 BOBBINGWORTH
Church of St Germain 2: 41
medieval cloth trades 20: 54, 59 BOCKING
Early Mesolithic blade core 17: 141
medieval fulling mill 20: 48
Bocking Church Street 8: 157, 161; 9: 72,74
16th cent. timber-framed building 19: 215-22(inc. illustr.)




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BOCKING  (cont.)
Bocking Hall, historic buildings survey 12: 86 Bradford Street
Roman/medieval finds S: 103 medieval structures 9: 150; 19: 220
Doreward's medieval chantry S: 214-15 Fennes Farm S: 178
St Peter's Church: church furniture 5: 215 Straits Mill
?Roman tile 13: 39
medieval pottery 13: 39
see also DOREWARD FAMILY
BOCKING END, the Institute: antiquities 1: 167 BOCKING HAlL, EAST MERSEA 12: 96, 97; 15: 173
BOGAS FAMILY, IN 16TH CENT. COLCHESTER 15: 85 BOHUN FAMILY 2: 268, 273; 6: 92; S: 211,214
and Pleshey Castle 19: 166
BOHUN, HUMPHREY DE, Saffron Walden 1: 155 BOHUN,JOAN DE, COUNTESS OF HEREFORD (D
1419) 2: 268-71, 274, 275, 276; S: 211
BOLEBEC, ISABEL 6: 91
BOLTON, A. T., on Adam Church at Mistley 1: 258 BONE OBJECTS
Roman
Braintree
Letch's Yard 16: 125 London Road S: 89
Rayne RoadS: 21, 22, 62, 101
Coggeshall, East Street 19: 79, 80 Colchester
Balkerne Gardens 3: 60
Lewis's Gardens 1: 11, 26,27
St Mary's Rectory 3: 70,71
Telephone Exchange site 3: 32, 34
Heybridge 17: 15, 26, 27
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 17, 21
?Shopfield, Little Waltham 2: 53 Anglo-Saxon
Danbury Camp 10: 14, 19,21
Nazeingbury 10: 51, 104, 105
Prittlewell19: 95, 97, 108, 113, 114
Wakering, Great 17: 170, 171, 172
Saxo-Norman, Waltham Abbey manorial enclosure 5: 149, 177-8,178
medieval
Peering (poss.) S: 245, 273
Southchurch Hall12: 47
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 110, 112, 115, 116, 118 Waltham Abbey
bloomery forge 5: 179
Church Street 19: 270
monastic grange 4: 117, 118
post-medieval
Newport, St Leonard's Hospital20: 88
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 262
not precisely  dated
Braintree S: 120
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 166, 167; 19: 135, 148
see also COMBS; PINS
BONE-WORKING  INDUSTRY
Kelvedon 11: 104
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 110, 112, 118 BONES, ANIMAL
Palaeolithic, Barling Hall 9: 60
Bronze Age, late, Broads Green 19: 13


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Bronze Age, late/early Iron Age, Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 52, 66
Iron Age, Linford 1: 101
Iron Age/Roman, Tilbury, West, Gun Hill 5: 54, 92, 97
Belgic, Nazeingbury 10: 108-14, 111
Belgic/early Roman, Kelvedon, Doucecroft 19: 21, 27,36 pre-Roman, Braintree, Skitt's HillS: 110
Roman
Braintree
Rayne RoadS: 21, 22, 60-2, 126
Sandpit Road 17: 91, 93-4
Chelmsford, Moulsham/Queen Street 19: 40, 42, 43, 45 Coggeshall
East Street 19: 72, 79, 80
St Peter's School19: 52, 53, 54, 55-6, 67, 68, 85
Colchester
Balkerne Gardens 3: 59
Denmark Street 3: 81
St Mary's Rectory 3: 66, 77
Telephone Exchange site 3: 36-7
Nazeingbury 10: 108-14, 111
Ockendon, South 2: 86
Pebmarsh 1: 173
Rawreth 9: 43
Rayne/Braintree bypass 19: 266; 20: 22-5, 24, 27
Waltham Abbey, Market Place 19: 212 Anglo-Saxon
Broomfield Borrow Pit 17: 147
Linford 1: 101-2
Nazeingbury 10: 51, 53, 104, 105, 109, 110
Saxo-Norman, WalthamAbbey manorial enclosure 5: 180 early medieval, Saffron Walden Battle Ditches 1: 150 medieval
Braintree, Rayne Road S: 62 Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 77
Coggeshall, East Street 19: 73,79
Pleshey Castle 19: 174
WalthamAbbey  19: 133, 136,212
bloomery forge 5: 179, 180 medieval/post-medieval
Rayleigh Castle 1S: 44
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 114, 115-16
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 264-6; 4: 125-6; 19:
148-50,149
post-medieval
Braintree, Toft's Garage 17: 88, 91 Waltham Abbey
Market Place 19: 212
monastic site 19: 132
not precisely dated Baddow, Great S: 177 Barling Hall 9: 69
Braintree, Skitt's HillS: 110 Canvey Island 2: 17, 19
Chelmsford, Orchard Street 10: 241
Chesterford, Great 10: 244
Chignal St James 9: 83
Coggeshall, old St Peter's School19: 273 Danbury Camp 10: 18,21
Heybridge, Blackwater Sailing Club 19: 247
High Easter, Maidens Tye 19: 191
Ilford, 7 Richmond Road 16: 130 Ingrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 56 Mersea, West 13: 65
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BONES, ANIMAL not precisely dated (cont.) Sewardstone, Northfield Nurseries 10: 177, 182 Tolleshunt d'Arcy, Hill Farm gravel pit 11: 36,39 Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 166, 167
Widford 11: 61
see also BIRD BONES; CATTLE BONES/REMAINS; FISH  BONES;  HORSE  BONES;  INSECT REMAINS;  MAMMOTH   BONES;  OX BONES;  OYSTER   SHELLS/REMAINS; PIG  BONES;  SHEEP  BONES/REMAINS; SHEEP/GOAT   BONES;  SHELLS
BONES, HUMAN
Bronze Age
Broads Green 19:7
Clacton, Rush Green 15: 123, 126 Colchester, Chitts Hill9: 14
Roman
Braintree, Mill Cottages 8: 109
Coggeshall, St Peter's School19: 55, 65
Colchester 3: 8
Eastwood, Marshall's Farm 14: 138
Rayne/Braintree bypass 19: 266; 20: 6, 24, 25,26
St Osyth,Wellwick Farm 12: 47
Stansted, Duckend Farm 20: 166 Anglo-Saxon
Braxted, Little 9: 84
Mucking 8: 127
Nazeingbury inhumation cemetery 10: 33, 47, 49,252-3
analysis  10: 54-63, 55, 64, 75
Waltham Abbey  19: 141, 15D-2, 206,212 medieval
Belchamp Otten church 20: 150
Braintree, Chapel Hill area 8: 109
WixAbbey 1: 105, 107, 110
medieval/post-medieval, Newport, St Leonard's Hospital 20:87
not precisely dated
Alphamstone, parish church 20: 150
Ardleigh 15: 8-9
Braintree, Skitt's Hill 8: 110
Burstead, Little 16: 130
Butts Hill, Canewdon 8: 152
Chesterford, Great 9: 85
Mill House 18: 106
Downham, St Margaret's Church 15: 149
Holland, Little, Church 20: 76
Kelvedon 9: 71
Mersea, West 13: 65
Saffron Walden Battle Ditches 1: 153
Wicken Bonhunt 10: 248
Writtle, All Saints' Church 8: 169
see   also  PATHOLOGY
BONNER,JOHN 17:114,116,117
BOOTLE-IN-CUMBERLAND,  Roman pipeclay statuette 10:232
BORDEAUX FARM, LITTLE CHESTERFORD see
CHESTERFORD,LITTLE
BORDER WOOD, BROOMFIELD/GREATWALTHAM,
Iron Age/Roman fmds 11: 38, 39, 40, 41; 12:
82
BORDESLEY ABBEY (WORCS), medieval floor tiles 11: 24 BOREHAM
mise. flintwork 8: 264, 272
?Late Bronze Age penannular enclosure 17: 153 Roman remains and poss. villa 8: 263-5


HOYDEN, PETER B.


medieval clergy 1: 250
medieval cloth trades 20: 55
19th cent. brick 8: 264, 266
Great Holts Pit 8: 16Q-1
London Road, Clough's Cottage 12: 87
Main Road, The Chestnuts, post-medieval house 11: 78 Plantation Road, Bronze Age artefacts 16: 123, 124 Walkfares Oater Waiter Hall) (Walcfara in Domesday) 16:
43
BOSTON (LINCS)
Dominican Friary 8: 191
Harford,James, 17th cent. clay-pipe maker 15: 109, 110
medieval pottery 8: 186, 191
BOTANY PIT, NR PURFLEET 7: 1, 12
BOTOLPH, SAINT, parish church dedications 2: 38 BOTTLE GLASS see VESSEL GLASS BOUCHERNE(S)  FARM, HEYBRIDGE
?Late Iron Age Welwyn-type burial 17: 62 cremation cemetery 17: 55, 60, 62
Farmhouse Orchard 16: 129
watching briefs 17: 60, 62
BOUDGE HALL WOOD see BROMLEY, GREAT BOUDICCAN  REVOLT
Chelmsford evidence 1: 165;2: 333
destruction of Colchester 1: 18; 2: 137-8, 138, 140, 141; 3:
1,3-4,7-8, 12, 13, 18-23,47,66,73, 121-2,
123, 129
and road building 17: 63 BOUNDARIES
field boundaries
Bronze Age, Tilbury, West, Gun Hill 5: 51 Roman
Braintree, Sandpit Lane Car Park (prob.) 16: 125 Chelmsford 4: 11
post-medieval, Tilbury, West, Gun Hill 5: 70
not precisely dated, Purleigh 17: 110
Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 8, 10, 11, 14, 15
Rawreth 9: 25, 26, 29
medieval, Springfield, White Hart Lane (poss.) 16: 110
see also MERSEA ISLAND BOURCHIER  FAMILY  6: 95--6; 16: 61, 62
BOURCHIER,HUMPHREY(D  1471) 16:62
BOURCHIER, SIR WILLIAM (LATER COUNT OF EU) 8:211
BOURCHIER, WILLIAM HENRY, 2ND EARL OF
ESSEX (D 1539) 11: 10 BOURCHIER'S HALL seeTOLLESBURY  HALL BOVILL'S MARSH see SOUTHMINSTER
BOWERS GIFFORD, medieval landholding 2: 113; 4: 131 BOWRING, EDGAR G., Rector of Peldon 7: 67 BOWTELL,THOMAS  17:114,116
BOX, K. DIXON, 'The Chancellor Collection of
Architectural Drawings' 5: 202-24 BOXTED
Bronze Age palstave  16: 102
St Peter's Church: alterations 5: 218, 220, 222
BOXTED WOOD, Roman villa 20: 154, 168 BOYDEN, PETER B.
'Fire Beacons, Volunteers, and Local Militia in Napoleonic Essex-  1803-1811' 15: 113-18
'J. H. Round and the Beginnings  of the Modem Study of
Domesday Book: Essex and Beyond' 12: 11- 24
'Mersea before 1046:A Reconsideration' 15: 173-4





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BOYS,JAMES, Colchester Mayor (early 18th cent.) 18: 67 BRACELETS
Bronze Age, Ardleigh 7: 14-15, 27, 28
Roman
Chelmsford 4: 19 copper alloy
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 17, 18
Colchester, Lexden Road 16: 145, 148
Moulsham/Queen Street 19: 43, 44
Saffron Walden Battle Ditches 1: 153
shale, Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 22, 23
not precisely  dated
bronze
Braintree, High Street 8: 97
Rawreth 9: 33
shale, Rawreth 9: 33
BRACLEE see BROCKLEY  (SUFFOLK) BRACSTEDE  see BRAX.TED, GREAT BRADEFELDA    ('BRADFIELD')    (DOMESDAY
PLACENAME)   see BERGHOLT, WEST;
FORDHAM BRADFIELD
11th cent. landholding 4: 129
see also MANSTON BRADFIELD  HALL 20:  101
BRADFORD'S FARM, BRAINTREE see BRAINTREE (COGGESHALL  ROAD)
BRADSHAW, THOMAS, 17th cent. token issuer 17: 177 BRADWELL LODGE EXCAVATIONS 1: 212 BRADWELL-]UXTA-COGGESHALL
mise. brick and tile 8: 244
prehistoric features and poss. earthwork 8: 249-50,272 BRADWELL-JUXTA-MARE see BRADWELL-ON-SEA BRADWELL-ON-SEA
Church of StThomas the Apostle 2: 45 Eastlands (alias Lands Farm) (poss. Landuna in
Domesday) 16: 45
Neolithic features 16: 130
power station, red hill and mise. prehistoric features 19: 265 Roman pottery 12: 60, 83
Roman Saxon Shore fort (Othona) 8: 234-8, 235; 9: 77;
10:71;12:6Q-1
Roman/post-Roman building materials 8: 155 St Peter Ad Muram Anglo-Saxon church 8: 236 Anglo-Saxon brooch(?) 16: 149
Saxon and medieval pottery 8: 236,237,266 medieval period
Acleta (prob. Hacflet in Domesday below) 16:41
Hacflet (Hackfleet), later Bradwell Quay 16: 41,42 'Walde', medieval knight's fee and 'Anstey case' 15: 70,
79
BRAGG, GEORGE (ARCHITECT) 5: 214,215,217-18
BRAIN, RIVERS: 110, 121, 128
BRAIN RIVER VALLEY, Romano-British settlementS: 121, 122, 126, 127, 135
BRAINTREE
general
earthworks S: 104-8, 108-9(Pl. I), 122, 123; 15: 36-
53(inc. illustr.); 16: 28-39(inc. illustr.); 17: 91 excavations and research S: 1-143(inc. illustr.); 16: 138 GazetteerS: 86-114, 138-9nn
Kenworthy CollectionS: 86-120(inc. illustr.)
by period
Bronze Age 9: 71-4; 17: 91
Nordic socketed axeS: 279-81, 280


Essex Society for Archaeology and History


Belgic 'oppidum' 9: 96; 10: 21; 15: 36, 37, 38, 45, 50, 51,
52;16:28,36
pre-Roman Iron Age and Romano-British 'small town' S: 121-7, 133, 136, 138-9(map); 15: 50; 20: 1
Roman features S: 1, 138-9(map); 9: 96; 10: 240; 17:64,
91,158;20:158,159-60
Bradford's Farm tile kiln see KILNS, tile (Roman) cremation cemetery 17: 63
temple/shrine site? 8: 125, 136
see also KILNS, pottery  (Roman); KILNS, tile (Roman); ROADS   (Roman)
Anglo-Saxon periodS: 128-30
medieval periodS: 138-9(map), 178; 20: 43,46
ecclesiastical  sites S: 134-5, 136
land held by Bishops of London 8: 109; 15: 38 manor of Great Rayne S: 109
market charter 1200 S: 1, 129, 130, 131 medieval town and origins S: 128-35
17th cent., Michaelmas quarter sessions held at 15: 100
see also POTTERY and individual locations below Albert Road, rich late Roman burialS:  112, 123 Albion works area S: 109  ·
Bank StreetS: 99, 132, 133, 134; 17: 91 No. 3 (Site B) S: 2, 138nn
building works at rearS: 80, 81,82
No. 8 (Lloyds Bank) S: 99
Nos 13-17 (Site C) S: 2, 65-80(inc. illustr.), 131-2, 133,
137, 138nn finds8:69-72,77-8
medieval features S: 66-9, 79
pottery S: 72-7, 128
Blyths Meadow (formerly Cherry Orchard) 15: 36, 37, 38,
39-40, 39, 42; 16: 36
coin fmds 15: 45
flintwork 15: 47
geology and geomorphology 15: 38
poss. gateway to 'oppidum' 9: 96
pottery 9: 96; 15: 40,47-9, 47
Boar's Head InnS: 134; 17: 158
late Iron Age, early Roman fmds 1S: 106 Bovingdon and Fennes EstateS: 161-2 Bradford Street Public Gardens S: 114
Brands, Roman and post-Roman structures (& poss.
blacksmith's shop) 16: 124, 125
Cattle Market, former (nowTesco's supermarket) (Site G) S:84,131
The Causeway, Nos 5-7, ?Roman pottery S: 99 Chapel HillS: 121, 131, 136; 9: 96; 15:45
Lake and Elliott's Foundry S: 102, 108, 109
site of medieval chapelS: 109, 134-5
Clare Road, Roman pottery S: 90, 91-2, 120
Coggeshall RoadS: 113, 131; 16: 31; 17:91
Bradford's Farm Estate, tile kilnS: 60, 103, 125; 11: 51
earthworks S: 104-8, 108-9(Pl.l), 122, 123; 15: 36, 37,
38,43,44,45,50;16:28
College House 17: 158
late Iron Age/early Roman features 1S: 106; 19: 262 College Road Cemetery, Belgic and Roman pottery S: 96,
98
Corn Exchange, rear of (Site F) S: 84
Cressing Road 9: 96; 15: 36, 37, 38, 4Q-3, 41, 42, 45, 50;
16:28,30
geology and geomorphology 15: 38
glassware  15: 47, 50
pottery  15: 38, 43, 47, 49-50





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BRAINTREE (cont.)
Drury Lane, Roman and medieval features 13: 49 Fairfield Road 8: 123
Fairview Estate
Bronze Age features 17: 91
Roman pottery kiln 11: 50
'Roman puddle' 8: 162
Roman settlement 9: 71
Flock Inn, Roman/Saxon structures 14: 133
The Fountain, late Iron Age/Roman structures and coins 15:  163,164;16:36
GeorgeYard17: 158-9;20: 159
Great Bradfords Estate 10: 240
Grenville Road 8: 95
Hatches Farm 8: 104,105
Romano-British brooch 9: 146-7, 146
Hay Lane, earthwork 15: 45
High Street 8: 128, 133, 134; 17: 91
No. 47, Roman and medieval evidence 16: 125
No. 117, Roman occupation evidence 16: 125
Old Post Office site, Roman pottery 8: 97, 98
St Michael's Lane 8: 96
see  also LETCH'S YARD;  ST MICHAEL'S  CHURCH
Horn Hotel17: 82, 83, 95
Hunnable's gravel pit, mise. Roman and Saxon fmds 8: 90,
91,92-5, 94, 98, 120, 124
Letch's Yard, High Street, Roman occupation evidence 16: 125;17: 158
London Road
early settlement 8: 128; 19: 262
Belgic pottery 8: 126
Roman burial (to east) 8: 114
Roman features (general) 19: 262
Roman pottery  (to west) 8: 87,88-9
New Cottage Hospital, Romano-British pottery 8: 86,
87
No. 2, Roman occupation evidence 16: 125
Nos 3-5 17: 158
Roman pottery 8: 87,88
No. 4, Roman structures 16: 125
No. 34, Roman pottery 8: 89, 90,91
Maizes, The 8: 113
Market Street 8: 131, 133
Marlborough Road 9: 70,71-4, 72-3; 10: 240; 12: 82
Middle Bronze Age pottery 13: 46
Mill Cottages
Belgic cemetery 16: 36
Roman pottery 8: 102, 109-10
Mill Lane, north of (SiteD, Bishop of London's palace, site of? 8:83-4
Mount House 8: 131; 10:21
earthwork 9: 96; 15: 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 45, 46, 52; 16:
28-39(inc. illustr.); 17: 91
Mount Road 8: 113, 126
New Street 8: 133
post-medieval fmds 11: 72, 73
Panfield Lane 8: 114
Parsonage Farm see Cressing Road Primary School, new (Site H) 8: 84
Railway Bridge (near), Romano-British pottery 8: 86,87 Railway  Street  15: 36, 37, 38,43-5,44,45
geology and geomorphology 15: 38
Rayne Road 8:2, 122, 124, 128, 132, 136; 16: 125; 17:91,
158
Ennis's Cottages, Roman pottery 8: 100-1


BRAXTED, GREAT


Methodist Church 8: 100
Mrs. Tabor's garden, Roman coin hoard and grave 8: 99-100
Nos 51-57 (Site E) 8: 3-65(inc. illustr.), 124-6, 137- 8nn
animal remains 8: 60-2
Bldg A 8: 6, 7,8, 9, lQ-11, 63, 64, 65, 125
Bldg B 8: 11, 12-13, 14-15,64,65
metalwork 8: 15, 17-21, 18, 20,26-36,28,30,32-3,
64
pottery 8: 23-5,24, 37,38-59,65
Roman coins 8: 8, 10-11, 14-15, 15-17
small finds 8: 21-6,22,24,37-8,37
tiles 8: 59-60
No. 65, Roman occupation 18: 104, 106
No. 69, Roman occupation 18: 106
Nos 112-130 (Site K), demolition oflaundry and cottages 8: 85-6
see also RAYNE
Revell, Mr., house of 8: 114 Rosemary Avenue
Roman burials 8: 101; 11: 41
Roman pottery 8: 101, 102
StMichael's Church 8:96,98, 127, 134, 135, 136
StMichael's HospitalS: 101
Salvation Army Citadel, Roman find 8: 100 Sampson's Hyde see Cressing Road
Sandpit Lane Car Park, Roman ditches 16: 125 Sandpit Lane/High Street, West's Warehouse, Roman
pottery 8: 96, 98
Sandpit Leet 8: 128, 129, 132
Sandpit Road 8: 128
Roman features 8: 100; 15: 163; 17: 82, 83,91-4, 92, 94;
18: 106;19:262-3;20: 159-60
medieval ditch 19: 263
Skitt'sHill8: 102, llQ-11, 112,121
Bronze Age features 8: 110; 9: 72,74; 17: 91
Trotter's Farm 15: 36
see also BOCKING; NAYLINGHURST; NOTLEY, BLACK;TOFT'S   GARAGE
BRAINTREE, LORD 2: 41
BRAMPTON  (NORFOLK), Colchester Roman pottery  14: 49
BRAND, P.A., 'New Light on the Anstey Case' 15: 68-83
BRANHAM, HUGO, Rector ofPeldon 7: 64
BRASS-RUBBINGS 11: 119-23, 122-3(Figs 1-5) BRASSES
Roman, Braintree 8: 100 medieval
Latchingdon, St Michael's Church 11: 26 West Ham, All Saints Church 16: 136
medieval lettering, Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 56,
58
FitzRalph Brass at Pebmarsh 6: 99-10 1
Robert Barfoot at Lambourne 1: 215, 216
Thurrock, West, St Clement's Church 20: 169 BRAUGHING  (HERTS)
Roman town 14: 55, 56, 57
medieval manor and 'Anstey case' 15: 71,72 BRAXTED,GREAT
?Neolithic long barrow 16: 92
medieval manor ('Bracstede') and Anstey case 15: 68, 76
brass-rubbing 11: 121
pottery kilns see KILNS, pottery and tile (Roman) Tiptree Wood see KILNS, pottery and tile (Roman)





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BRAXTED, LITTLE


BRAXTED, LITTLE
iron artefacts: poss. pagan Saxon cemetery 9: 84, 86; 12: 83
St Nicholas' Church, blocked squint 15: 149, 150
BRAY,JOSEPH  (RAILWAY  CONTRACTOR),  and Pyrgo
18:48
BRAYBROOKE,  1ST BARON see GRIFF1N FAMll..Y BRAYBROOKE,  2ND BARON  (LORD LIEUT.  OF
ESSEX c. 1803) see GRIFF1N FAMll..Y
BRAYBROOKE, SIR GERARD 2: 269, 276
BREAD AND ALE, ASSIZE OF 13: 4, 5, 6 BREDINGHO (BENTON HALL/BENNINGTON
HALL), MEDIEVAL MANOR see under
WITHAM BRENDHALL/BRENTHALL see HARLOW
BRENTFORD (MIDDX), Essex militia assembled early
1640s 2:66 BRENTWOOD
chapel of StThomas of Canterbury 2:40 The Golden Fleece 19: 263
see also HORNDON, WEST BRETT,JAMES  17: 115,117 BREWHOUSES
WalthamAbbey, Church Street (poss.) 9: 105
Waltham Abbey monastic site 4: 32, 91; 10: 130
BRICK KILN FARM, HADHAM 14: 55, 56
BRICKEARTH 14: 15
Braintree, Toft's Garage 17: 82
Chelmsford 4: 11, 22
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 48, 49
Heybridge 17: 7
Mucking area 5: 15
Purfleet North Road Palaeolithic site 7: 12 BRICKS
'Belgic', fired clay, Orsett 6: 32, 38
Roman 14: 42-3, 44
Beauchamps Farm, Wickford 12: 67
Boreham 8: 264
Bradwell-Juxta-Coggeshall  8: 244
Dagenham, Rose Gate 20: 162
Holland, Little, Church 20: 78
Ingrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 56, 57 Leighs, Great, St Mary's Church 9: 87 Maldon
St Giles' Leper Hospital17: 60 Southern Relief Road 20: 164
Nazeingbury 10: 41, 43, 44, 45, 108
Pebmarsh 1: 171
Shenfield 13: 38 Waltham Abbey
Market Place 19: 211
monastic site 19: 140
Wickham Bishops, St Peter's Church 9: 89 Writtle,All Saints' Church 8: 169
medieval
Asheldham, St Lawrence's Church 20: 150
Bardfield Saling Church 8: 275
Blackmore 10: 235
Bradwell-Juxta-Coggeshall  8: 244
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 74-5, 74
Flemish-type 6: 50,74-5,79
Danbury Camp 10: 17
Downham, St Margaret's Church 15: 149, 151
Flemish-type 6: 50, 74-5, 79; 10: 132, 235
Maldon, High Street, 'Wealden' houses 20: 106-7 Pleshey Castle 8: 176; 10: 235


Essex Society for Archaeology and History


Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 138, 167-8
Waltham Abbey monastic site 4: 47, 60, 79, 111-14,
113;10: 132, 134,151;19: 143
Flemish-type 10: 132
Wethersfield, Brook Farm 11: 87
medieval/post-medieval20: 92-4, 94
Braintree, Bank Street 8: 77-8
Rochford 16: 19-20 post-medieval
general
Ashmans, Woodham Waiter 20: 123, 128, 130
Braintree, Bank Street 8: 69
Heybridge 17: 17
Ingrave, St Nicholas' Old Church 9: 57 Leighs, Great, St Mary's Church 12: 69 Mile End 7: 53
Purleigh 17: 110-12, 117
Pyrgo Park 18: 51
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 138, 139, 167-8
Tudor
Bentley, Great, St Mary's Church 18: 99 Coggeshall, Bridge Street 12: 75
Copped Hall, Old (poss.) 17: 100, 101, 102
Holland, Little, Church 20: 79
Ingrave, St Nicholas Grove 12: 76
Layer Marney Church and Tower 17: 172-3, 174-5
Leez Priory 5: 217
Waltham Abbey monastic grange 4: 72, 111, 113, 114
Waltham Abbey monastic site 2: 263 Woodham Ferrers, South, Edwins Hall12: 76
15th-17th cent., Pleshey, Street, The 20: 151 16th/17th cent.
Colchester, Trinity Street, English bond 10: 242
Thaxted, Weaverhead Lane 20: 113 17th cent.
Chigwell, Brook House Farm, English bond 1: 223 Colchester, Trinity Street, Flemish bond 10: 243 Latchingdon, St Michael's Church 11: 17
18th cent. and after
Leighs, Great, St Mary's Church 12: 69
Widford 11:61
18th cent. Canfield, Great, Turnberry Cottage, English
bond 11:81
18th/19th cent., Latchingdon, St Michael's Church 11: 10,11
19th cent.
Boreham 8: 264, 266
Danbury Palace kiln site: Richardson bricks 13: 43, 45
Latchingdon, St Michael's Church 11: 17
Rawreth Shot Bridge 9: 31,33
Writtle,All Saints' Church 8: 169
see also CHIMNEY STACKS; KILNS (brick & brick/tile) BRICKWORK
late medieval/early modern 20: 92-4, 101-2
see also CHIMNEY STACKS
BRIDGES
Blackwater River (nr Coggeshall) 9: 71
Peering Hill11: 67
Ockendon Hall, South (moat) 18: 97, 98, 99
Rawreth Shot Bridge 9: 20, 21, 31, 32, 33, 43,45
Southchurch Hall9: 104; 12: 47; 15: 168; 16: 133, 138; 18:
36,37
Stony bridge, Cornmill Stream,Waltham Abbey 4: 31, 81,
88
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BRIDGNORTH (SALOP), siege (1155) 20: 30, 31,32 BRIGHTLINGSEA
Iron Age ceramic loomweight 14: 120, 121
Church 8: 266, 275-6
Moverons Pit, mise. flint 12: 56, 57
BRIGIT, SAINT, life of 10: 70 BRINSON, MAJ. J. G. S.
Chelmsford excavation 4: 3, 13
collection of 14: 146
Hatches Farm, Braintree 8: 104
President's Address (1961) 1:3-5
Roman Essex Society 8: 234
Roman pipeclay statuettes 10: 230, 231
obit. 5:3-5
BRIOUZE FAMll..Y 6: 91; 16: 57 BRIQUETAGE
Corringham, Hall Farm (late Bronze Age?) 16: 140
early-to-middle Iron Age
Gun Hill, WestTilbury 5: 72,74, 92-3, 95
Heybridge 17: 11,61
late Iron Age 5: 93
Elm Park House,Ardleigh  17: 169-70,169
late Iron Age/Roman, Kelvedon, Doucecroft 19: 36 Roman5:93
Bouchernes Farm 17:60
Canvey Island 1: 265; 2: 14, 17, 19, 23, 26, 27-8; 11: 110
Heybridge 17: 15, 52,64
not precisely dated
Benfleet, South 8: 259
Canvey Island 12: 61
Chesterford, Great 8: 239
Layer-de-la-Haye, Malting Barn 15: 134
Tollesbury 10: 247
Decoy Farm 8: 179 BRISTOL
Ham Green 8: 187
medieval town extension 1: 155
post-medieval coinage 20: 139
BRISTOL, EARLS OF 11: 90,91-2,96, 98, 99; 13: 26, 27,
28
BRITANNY, COUNTS OF 1: 179, 185, 186, 187, 188-9
see also ALAN RUFUS BRITNEil..,   R.  H.
'Colchester Courts and Court Records 1310-1525' 17: 133-40
'Essex Markets before 1350' 13: 15-21
'Finchingfield Park under the Plough, 1341-42' 9: 107-12
'Growth and Decline in Colchester 1300-1525' 17: 181 'The Fields and Pastures of Colchester, 1280-1350' 19:
159-65
'The Oath Book of Colchester and the Borough Constitution  1372-1404' 14: 94-101
BRITTON, ARTHUR J., 'Some Chingford Field Names' 2:
164-209
BRITTON, ROBERT, andWestTilbury 19: 157-8 BROADS GREEN seeWALTHAM, GREAT BROADSHOOD LODGE, LOUGHTON 12: 44
BROCKLEY (SUFFOLK), 'Braclee' Medieval Knight's Fee and 'Anstey case' 15: 70, 79
BROCKLEY HILL (MIDDX), Roman pottery 10: 80, 88;
14:33,52
BROKE, JOHN, ofThaxted 8: 225, 227 BROMLEY, GREAT
Boudge Hall Wood
?Bronze Age occupation 13: 50


BROOCHES


early Roman enclosure ditch and poss. kiln 13: 50 BromleyThicks, ring-ditches 9: 99
Church of St George 2: 40
tripartite rectangular enclosure 18: 100, 101
see also NEWHOUSE FARM BROMLEY,   LITTLE
hengiform monument 6: 38n; 15: 153, 155
Derleigh (Derleia/Dereleia (Domesday placename)) 16: 41
medieval manor of2: 1, 112, 115
BROMLEY HALL FARM, HADHAM 14: 55, 56, 57; 19:
210
BRONZE AGE see ARRETON DOWN; EWART PARK; LLYN FAWR; POTTERY; WILBURTON
and under individual places by name
BRONZE OBJECTS see COPPER ALLOY OBJECTS BRONZE WORKING
late Saxon/medieval, Wicken Bonhunt 8: 167 medieval
Chesterford, Great, Paddock Wood South 9: 99
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 4: 79; 5: 137 BROOCHES
Celtic-style, Braintree, The Boar's Head 18: 106 Roman
general14: 146,148
Chelmsford 4: 19
LangfordJunction 17:59
Springfield 19: 252
Writtle 19: 252, 253
copper alloy
Barling Hall 9: 68, 76
Benfleet, South 8: 259,273
Braintree
Hatches Farm 9: 146-7, 146
Rayne Road 8: 17,18
Canfield, Great 8: 156, 157 Chelmsford, Baddow Road 19:272 Chignal StJames 9: 76,81, 83 Colchester
Denmark Street 3: 80, 81,82
Lewis's Gardens, Colchester/Dolphin 'transitional' 1:7-9, 26, 27
Lexden Road 16: 145, 148
Telephone Exchange site 3: 30, 31
Heybridge 17: 11, 23, 24
Nazeingbury 10: 103, 103
Rayne 20: 3, 8, 12,26
Waltham, Shopfield 2: 52, 58, 59
Wickford, Beauchamps Farm 11:44,45, 46, 47, 48,
49
iron
Heybridge 17: 11, 23, 24
Rayne/Braintree bypass 20: 12
late Roman?, copper alloy, Sewardstone 10: 187
Anglo-Saxon
Colchester Castle Gardens 11: 103 copper alloy
Colchester, cruciform 16: 149-50, 149
Prittlewell, copper alloy 19: 108, 111, 113 Springfield, Storm's Farm, cruciform (Aberg's
Group) 18: 94
medieval
Chelmsford, Moulsham Street 18: 96
copper alloy, Chesterford, Great, Paddock Wood 11: 56, 57




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BROOCHES


BROOCHES (cont.)
not precisely dated
copper alloy
Braintree 8: 115, 120
Wickford 13:55
BROOK FURLONG FARM (WARWICKS), poss. 17th
cent. farmhouse 1: 233-5, 234, 236, 237,
238
BROOK HOUSE FARM, CHIGWELL: 17TH CENT.
FARMHOUSE   1:221-38,222,224,227
cellar 1: 224, 225
hall1: 224, 225-6&n, 236--8
panelling and mouldings 1: 226, 227,228, 231&n
as poss. yeoman's house 1: 232
roof structure 1: 229, 231
room function: poss. late medieval to 17th cent. transition 1:235-8
wall structure 1:223,230,231
BROOKE, MANOR OF 11: 93, 94
BROOKE, ROBERT, LORD 2: 143
BROOKS, HOWARD, and Andrews, David, 'An Essex Dunwich: the Lost Church at Little Holland Hall' 20: 74-83
BROOKS, R. T. see CHAPLIN, R. E. and BROOKS, R. T.
BROOKS, WILLIAM, Adam Church at Mistley 1: 257 BROOM WOOD, STOCK see STOCK BROOMFIELD
medieval cloth trades 20: 55,59 St Mary's Church
legend of the dragon 1: 264
Norman structure with re-used Roman building materials 1: 264
restoration 5: 206,207, 214-15(PI. IT)
SaxonWay  17: 144,159
see also BORDER WOOD  (BROOMFIELD/GREAT WALTHAM)
BROOMFIELD BORROW PIT, Saxon burial17: 144-7,
145,146
BROOMFIELD PLANTATION QUARRY, ALRESFORD
prehistoric features 17: 80
Iron Age features 17: 79-80
?Saxon ring ditch site 16: 123, 124; 17:69-81 (inc. illustr.)
Later Saxon/medieval features 17: 80
BROWN, ARTHUR HENRY, brass-rubbings 11: 119, 120,
121, 122, 122-3(Figs)
BROWN,LANCELOT,AudleyEnd  17:162
BROWN, NIGEL, 'A Late Bronze Age settlement on the boulder clay plateau: excavations at Broads Green  1986' 19: 7-14
BROWNE, MAJOR-GENERAL RICHARD 2: 76, 77
BROXBOURNE (HERTS), Mesolithic site 2: 224, 227-8;
10:107,216--17
BROXTED
Brick End, medieval pits 8: 165
manor of, and Ely Abbey 1: 190, 194, 195
BRUFF, FONTAINE GOLDING (SON OF PETER) 16: 66
BRUFF, PETER SCHLUYER, and Clacton-on-Sea
development 16: 66--9, 71, 72, 75, 77, 79
'BRUNTUNA' (SUFFOLK), medieval manor 2: 113
BRYAN,JOHN, Rector ofPeldon 7: 62 BUC, SIR GEORGE, on Richard lli 16: 54
BUCKENHAM'S (BUCKENHAMS) FIELD,
BILLERICAY  see  BILLERICAY


Essex Society for Archaeology and History


BUCKET FITTINGS, iron
Nazeingbury 10: 44, 101, 102
WalthamAbbey bloomery forge 5: 172, 173 BUCKETS, wooden, Roman, Braintree, College House 19:
262
BUCKHURST HILL, CHIGWELL, ceramic figurine 16:
119
BUCKINGHAM, 1ST DUKE OF 2: 60, 61; 10: 118, 120,
122
and Essex alarum of 1625 15: 96-105 BUCKLES
copper alloy
Roman
Braintree, Rayne Road 8: 15, 19, 20, 127 Colchester
Lexden Road 16: 145, 148
St Mary's Rectory 3: 69, 70
Telephone Exchange site 3: 27,30
HarlowTemple 18: 115-20,115,116
Springfield 19: 252
Wickford 11: 46, 48, 50
medieval, Chesterford, Great, Paddock Wood 11:56,57
not precisely  dated
Chelmsford Dominican Priory 6: 55, 57
Waltham Abbey monastic site 10: 161-2, 163
iron
Anglo-Saxon, Prittlewell19: 94, 95, 101, 103, 113 medieval/post -medieval
Waltham Abbey bloomery forge 5: 172, 173
Widford  11: 60,61
post-medieval, Ambresbury Banks 10: 200 BUCKLEY, D. G.
Archaeology in Essex (ed.), book review 13: 75-7
and Morris, S., 'Excavations at Danbury Camp, Essex, 1974 & 1977' 10: 1-28
BUILDING  MATERIALS  see BRICKS; COB; DAUB;
FLINT, AS BUILDING MATERIAL;
LEAD AND LEAD WORKING; MORTAR; OPUS SIGNINUM; PLASTER; SLATE; STONE, building; TESSERAE; TILES; WATTLE AND DAUB
BULL COLLECTION, COLCHESTER MUSEUM 10: 20
BULL, THOMAS, 17th cent. token issuer 17: 178
BULLEY FAMILY, and Ashmans, Woodham Waiter 20: 129- 30
BULMER
Bineslea (Domesday placename, later Binsley) 16: 41 Thunreslau (Half Hundred)  16: 43
Langley Cottage, The Street 11: 79
medieval clergy 1: 250
medieval cloth trades 20: 59
moated mound 16: 116,118
BULPHAN, medieval clergy 1: 250
BULTELL,JOHN,   ofThaxted   8:227,228 BUMESTEDA (DOMESDAY PLACENAME) see
STEEPLE    BUMPSTEAD   BUMPSTEAD,  MANOR  OF see AVELEY BUMPSTEAD,   STEEPLE  see  STEEPLE  BUMPSTEAD BUNGAY  CASTLE  (SUFFOLK)  7: 57
BURELLERS seeTEXTILE-WORKING  (Essex
occupations)
BURES HALL (SUFFOLK), prehistoric crop-marks 14:
114,115
BURES HAMLET, late Bronze Age axe-head 11: 35, 36

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