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Essex Archaeology and History. Third Series. Vols. 21-30. Index (She - Sun)

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Shenfield see Brentwood
Sherrin, George Campbell (architect, d 1909) 24: 169,
181,182;26:206,218
shield  fittings Anglo-Saxon
Braxted, Little 23: 126, 128, 129
Chesterford area 29: 270, 271-2, 273
Shimmin,D.
and Carter, G., 'Excavations at Angel Yard, High Street,
Colchester, 1986 and 1989' 27:35-83 'Excavations at Osborne Street, Colchester' 25:46-59
shipwrecks 28: 188, 190, 191 shoe  remains
leather
? medieval, Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 76,
107-9,109
medieval, Colchester, Osborne Street 25: 59 Shoebury
general, early planned landscape 22: 55,57
Domesday manors of 22: 53 Shoebury,  North
general, Excavations at North Shoebury: settlement and economy in south-east Essex 1500 BC to AD 1500 (book review)  27: 338-9
early Bronze Age axes 21: 134; 23: 115
middle Bronze Age field system 28: 1, 10
late Bronze Age 26: 24; 28: 1
loomweights 23: 118, 119
early Iron Age 28: 1
pottery 22: 164, 165; 26: 30, 33
late Iron Age/Roman field system 22: 49, 55; 27: 338
early Saxon cemetery 22: 164-5; 27: 339
medieval pottery 21: 101
Middle Pastures, prehistoric and later settlement 23: 111 North Shoebury Hall27: 339
St Mary's Church 27: 298
Vicarage, work of F. Chancellor 26: 217
not precisely dated, early manorial enclosure 26: 123 Shoebury,    South
19th cent. tithe commutation maps 25: 222 StAndrew's  Church  27:300-1,300
Shoeburyness Barracks 30: 229
Danish camp 22: 55; 29: 202
Old Ranges 29: 202
Royal Artillery station 29: 202
WW2 sites 27: 255 shoemaking
Colchester
French wars 27: 229
poss. workshop 25: 46, 48, 59
Shopland, Butler's Farm, 'Dutch' cottage 22: 124, 131
Shortgrove, manor of (near Newport)  27: 340 Shortgroves, Sewards End (nrThaxted) see Sewards
End
Shodey (Suffolk), HMS Ganges 29: 186 Shropham  (Norfolk)
Bradcar manor 22: 61,62
and Coggeshale family 22: 61, 62,65
Shuttleworth, Derek, and Mashams, High Laver 29: 216
Sible Hedingham
medieval crafts and trades 29: 120
medieval pottery production 26: 184; 27: 174
19th cent. paupers in 27:231


Smyth, Sir Robert


Messrs Savill and Son, surveyors 25: 224
Southey Green, Broak's Wood, medieval pottery 23: 94;
27: 145
water meadows 26: 233, 234
see also Castle Hedingham sickles
bronze
Bronze Age
Fingringhoe 22: 4, 5
Vange 29: 7,8
Sigered (Sigeric?), Saxon King 27: 92
Silchester (Hants), Roman church 26: 265, 266
silk industry
17th cent., Temple Mills, Stratford 22: 119 18th cent., move from Spitalfields 27: 229 18th/19th cent., Colchester 27: 229
19th cent., Coggeshall27: 229
silver objects
Chelmsford and Essex Museum 24:221,222
church plate and Essex history 24: 150-6 Laver, High 30: 197
Maldon Hall Farm 21: 133
Totham, Great 27: 325, 326
see also coins
silver-gilt objects, Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 76,
105, 106
silversmiths, and church plate 24: 150, 151, 152
Sinclair, Robert (surveyor) 28: 309
Sites and Monuments Record (SMR) 28:312-13,315
see also National Mapping Project Siward  ofMaldon  30:  146
Skeleton Green (Herts), box burials 28: 27 Skynner, T., 18th cent. map-maker 25: 223 slag
Broomfield, Windmill Field 26: 20-1
Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 99, 100 Colchester
Angel Yard 27: 38
Gosbecks 26: 262
Kirkee McMunn barracks 29: 262
Thaxted, Town Street 29: 291, 293
slate, roof, Maldon Carmelite Friary 30: 92 Sleath, Gabriel, 18th cent. silversmith 24: 152 Slough  House  Farm,  GreatTotham
general, and Lower Blackwater valley (book review) 29: 298 prehistoric enclosures and features 21: 126, 132; 28: 195
late Iron Age/Roman settlement 21: 132
Saxon features 21: 126-7, 132
Smith, Harold, on Essex ecclesiastical history 24: 161-2 Smith, J. R., The origins and failure  of New South-End  (book
review) 23: 170, 173
Smith, Laurie, 'The geometrical designer at Cressing
Temple' 27: 188-92 (inc. illustr.)
Smith's Ferry, River Lea 23: 64
smiths and smithing see bronze-working; copper
manufacture; iron slag; ironworking; metalworking
Smithy Marsh, Walthamstow, gunpowder mill23: 61 Smoothy, Martyn D., et al., 'Salvage Recording of Iron Age
and Roman remains at lckleton Road, Great Chesterford' 21: 11-18
Smyth, John, Colchester will (1545) 22: 97
Smyth, Sir John, acquires CressingTemple 25: 79, 291; 28:
156
Smyth, Sir Robert, and Berechurch manor house 25: 288




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Smyth,Thomas (son of Sir John ofCressingTemple) 28: 156
Smyth,William (d 1630), ofCressingTemple 25: 103; 28:
164
Smyth family ofCressingTemple (later Nevill) 25: 79, 291;28: 156,164
Smythies, Frank, Colchester Town Clerk (late 18th cent.) 24:242
Soane, Sir John 25: 190
Society for Bettering the Condition of the Poor 27: 227, 230
soil micromorphology, Bradwell-on-Sea, Othona
Community site 25: 69
soil profiles, Asheldham  Camp 22: 35
soilmarks, and aerial photography 28: 188, 190 Sokens,The  (formerly manor of Adulfesness)  27:
202-13,203
landscape history and settlement 27: 203-7,203-5
manorial structure 27: 202-3, 206-11
social structure 27: 202-3, 211-12
Horlocks, the (vills) 27: 202, 207-12
Kirby (vill) 27: 202-3,207-12
'Strode, the' 27: 206, 213n
Thorpe (vill) 27: 202,207-12
Walton Hall 27: 206, 207
Walton (vill) ('The Town') 27: 202,203-12
West Rock 27: 203, 204, 206
Sotheby, Charles, and Sewardstone tithe commutation 25: 221
Southall manor (later Clapton Hall), Great Dunmow
27:193-4,195,196,197,198
Southchurch
general, early planned landscape 22: 55, 57
Neolithic axe 21: 140
medieval stone bridge 22: 156
Thorpe Ha1121: 49
Wick Farm, mise. prehistoric to medieval deposits 29: 202-3
see also Fox Hall, Southend-on-Sea  Southchurch  Hall24:  122; 27: 288; 29: 216,234
Southend Airport, Bronze Age features 28: 213; 30: 210,
214
Southend area, early planned landscapes 22: 52,55-7,56 Southend Municipal Hospital see Rochford Hospital Southend-on-Sea
late 18th cent. scheme to develop Prittlewell  (study reviewed)  23: 173
architects in 24: 168, 169n
Kursaal, The,Victorian/art-deco building 28: 199, 207,
225,226
Museum, Neolithic axe 21: 140
pipeline to Rochford 29: 210
Prince Avenue/Rochford Road, geophysical survey 28: 213 St Erkenwald's Church 29: 246
Sewage Treatment Works 28:200
Thorpe Bay Junior and Infants School, 20th cent. structures 28: 186
see also Fox Hall; Leigh-on-Sea; Prittlewell; Shoeburyness;
Southchurch
Southey Green, Broak's Wood see Sible Hedingham
Southminster, Sewerage Scheme 26: 255
SouthminsterWaterworks,Asheldham  Camp 22: 14
Southwold Bay, Battle of (1672) 25: 178, 179; 26: 200
spearheads
late Bronze Age


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Boreham 22: 139; 25: 12;30: 19
Vange 29: 1, 7,8-9, 15-16
Iron Age, Orsett 'Cock' 30: 274 Anglo-Saxon
Braxted, Little 23: 126-8, 127, 128
Chesterford area 29: 270,272,273
not precisely dated, Broomfield, St Mary's Church 30: 250, 251
Speenhamlandjudgement(1795)27:233-4 Spencer, Richard, Temple Mills lease 22: 117 Sperling, Charles F. D. (historian) 24: 157 Spilmans Mill, Stratford 22: 116, 117 spindle whorls
ceramic
poss. late Iron Age
Broomfield, Windmill Field 26: 20, 22
Grays Thurrock, William Edwards School 29: 30, 31
Roman
Burstead, Little 22: 150
Sampford, Great, Shillingstone Field 29: 36
Anglo-Saxon, Chadwell St Mary, County Primary School28:208;29:48,50,54,57
medieval, Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 106, 107 not precisely dated, Bradwell-on-Sea, Othona Community
site 25:68 chalk
medieval
Maldon, Victoria Road 28: 183-4, 184
Stebbingford 27: 116, 153, 154
Waltham Abbey, Church Street 24: 106, 107
stone, medieval, Thaxted 23: 123, 125, 126 Spitaltields see  under  London Springfield
early Saxon? supporting-arm brooch 21: 144, 146; 29: 184
medieval ditches 23: 45
post-medieval, French leaden textile seal21: 154
A 12 Interchange, Boreham/Springfield 24: 211, 212-13;
25: 11, 24, 25, 251-2; 30: 1-43 (inc. illustr.)
fieldwalking survey 30: 1-3,3-5
prehistoric flintwork from 30: 16-17, 17, 37
prehistoric pottery from 30: 5-6, 10, 12-16, 13, 15,21
Bronze Age features 24: 211, 214; 30: 1, 3, 5-12 (inc.
illustr.), 19-22, 20, 29
poss. shrine 30: 1, 5-6, 1Q-11, 21
Saxon features 25: 17, 26
medieval features 24: 211, 215; 27: 175, 176, 177; 28:
109-10; 30: 3, 5, 7, 22-41 (inc. illustr.)
medieval pottery 28: 11Q-11; 30: 3, 5, 27,29-37 (inc.
illustr.), 41
mise. finds 30: 18, 19,37-8,37
All Saints' Church 26: 218
Chelmer Village East, prehistoric to Roman features 28:
213-14
Ind 1
prehistoric to medieval features 29: 203
post-medieval features 30: 212,215
Sheepcotes Cottages
Roman-British features 29: 203
medieval farming poss. evidence 29: 195, 203
farmhouse, late medieval features 30: 7, 41
medieval features 30: 23 White Hart Lane
Beaulieu Park, prehistoric features 29: 203
(east of), prehistoric features 28: 214; 29: 194, 203




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Springfield (cont.)
White Hart public house, Beaker burial 30: 6
not precisely dated, ring ditch 25: 236, 237
Springfield Cursus 30: 1 Springfield Lyons
Neolithic causewayed enclosure 22: 148, 157; 23: 108; 25:
226;27:305;30: 1,6
late Bronze Age 26: 33; 30: 7, 19, 22
circular enclosure 25: 3, 9-12, 11; 26: 14, 20, 22
Saxon cemetery 21: 146; 25: 264; 29: 273; 30: 23
late Saxon/early medieval hall complex 28: 109, 110
medieval period 26: 63
structures 23: 42, 45
Sproughton (Suffolk), early prehistoric long blade industry 25:253
Spurgin, Elizabeth (d 1896), Broomfield, St Mary's Church 30: 251
Spurgin, George Cannons (d 1928), Broomfield, St Mary's Church 30: 251
stake-and-wattle construction, Colchester,  Osborne Street 25: 48, 57
Stambridge, early planned landscape 22: 55, 57 Stambridge,   Great
19th cent. tithe commutation maps 25: 222 Pipe Line, mise. post-medieval features 25: 252
Stampe, Henry, master, Gild ofSt Helen, Colchester (15th cent.) 21: 104
Stampe, Thomas, Colchester clerk (15th cent.) 24: 129, 130, 131
stamps on pottery
Roman
Brightlingsea, Moverons Farm 27: 316
on mortaria, Braintree, George Yard, Bank Site 24: 39,
41
on sarnian
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm 24: 8
Braintree, Sandpit Road/Braintree Youth Club 24:
36-9,40
Coggeshall, 'The Lawns' 26: 93
Heybridge, Langford Road 28: 26, 34-5 medieval
Colchester, Angel Yard 27: 72,73
Maldon, Carmelite Friary 30: 55
Rayleigh High Road ware 21: 95-6, 101 Stane Street see roads  (Roman)
Stanford Rivers
Littlebury Hall26: 279-85, 281-3
medieval kitchen 28: 115, 116
Littlebury Mill, Ongar sewerage scheme pipeline 23: 132, 133
manor 26: 279
Sewage Works 23: 131,132
see also Ongar; Stapleford Tawney Stanford-le-Hope
Hassenbrook Hall21: 50
Henry Wye of (Protestant martyr) 26: 198
Severn Trent Water (STW) Water Pipeline 26: 255 Stanstead Abbots (Herts), medieval manor 21: 49 StanstedAirport  21:  135-7,135, 136; 24:202
Bury Lodge Lane 21: 136-7, 136
Car Park 'I', Bronze and Iron Age site 22: 148,158, 159; 25:44
Duckend Farm 25: 44; 27: 175, 176, 177; 30: 41
fieldwalking survey 25: 14, 15, 16, 18, 19
Hotel Site 21: 137


Stebbing


Lee Valley sites 21: 137
Pantile Farm 25: 19, 26
Roundwood 21: 137; 25: 18, 19, 20; 30:39-41,40
medieval pottery and buildings 25: 19, 20; 27: 175, 176,
177; 28: 110
Social Club 21: 135-7, 136; 22: 159; 25:44
see also Molehill Green Stansted  Hall,  Halstead
Abchilds Lodge 30: 190
agriculture during French wars 27: 228
Bourchier manor 26: 145-6, 150, 151, 154
moated site 30: 190, 193 Stansted-le-Hope
Butts Lane 24: 209
St Clere's Hall, watching brief 24: 209
Stanstede, John (d 1383), Colchester town clerk 24: 127-8 Stanway
prehistoric stone shafthole adze 21: 141 Iron Age
enclosures 22: 159; 26: 231,233
oppidum 21: 135 medieval period
in Domesday 25: 75, 76
royal manor 22: 68; 24: 127
Abbotstone, prehistoric and Roman features 29: 203; 30:
210,215-16
Anglian Water pipeline to Messing 24: 209 Church Lane
Iron Age features 23: 108; 24: 218
droveway/trackway  23:  108; 24: 214-18, 216-17
sub-rectangular  enclosure 24: 214-18,216-17 Colchester Zoo, Neolithic and Roman finds 28: 222 Maldon Road 24: 209
New Farm Road 30: 226
parish of 25: 73 Stanway Hall Farm
late Iron Age/Roman
enclosures and mortuary chambers 23: 108; 24: 195;
28:205,221,315;29:207,214
'warrior burial' 24: 205-7, 206; 26: 231,233
see also Colchester (Gosbecks)
Stanway, Little, St Albright's Church 30: 20 1
Stapleford, WW2 airfield 30: 202
StaplefordAbbotts  29:  147
manor house of and body of St Edmund 24: 157 Middle Bronze Age palstave 27: 305-7,308
Stapleford Tawney/Stanford Rivers, Roman metalwork 26:269-70,269
Staplehurst (Kent), Kent Cottage, jetties 24: 121 Star (Somerset), Roman villa 27:33
Starling's Green, Clavering, moat 22: 143
statues, metal, Roman, Thaxted 23: 124
Statute of Labourers, and Lionel de Bradenham 22: 67, 68 Staunton, Anfrid de, Alresford manor 29: 246
Stebbing
medieval manors
manorial descents 30: 144-53
Coulonces Fee 30: 146, 147, 152
Hatfield Peverel, honour of 30: 146, 147, 148
Hawk Serjeancy 30: 147, 152
Parmenter Fee 30: 148
Porters Hall28: 131; 30: 146, 148, 149-50, 151, 152
Priors (Friars Hall), the Rectory manor 28: 131; 30: 146,
150-1, 152
Stebbing Fee 30: 147-8, 151





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Stebbing, medieval manors (cont.)
Stebbing Hall (later Stebbing Park) 28: 130; 30: 146,
148-9,151,152
Church of St Mary the Virgin 25: 251
vestry into chapel28: 117-32 (inc. illustr.) Mount30: 146
Parsonage Farmhouse, Church End, medieval kitchen 28: 113, 114
Stebbing Brook 27: 102, 106, 108, 173
Stebbing family 30: 146, 147-8
Stebbing Green, middle/late Iron Age enclosure 23: 95,
96
Stebbing Hall (later Stebbing Park) 28: 130; 30: 146,
148-9
Stebbingford
medieval farm and landscape 23: 99-100; 25: 249; 27:
102-81 (inc. illustr.); 28: 110, 111; 29: 115;
30:41
prehistoric features 27: 108, 109, 110, 112, 126, 156, 167,
169
Mesolithic 27: 102, 108, 159, 160
late Neolithic/early Bronze Age 25: 249; 27: 108
palaeochannel27: 108, 109, 156-60, 157, 161
Roman features 25: 249; 27: 106, 109, 110, 112, 126-7,
169
medieval features
Building A 27: 110, 112, 114, 121, 169, 171, 177
Building B 27: 112, 115, 116, 121, 123, 171, 177
Building C 27: 116, 117, 118, 121, 171, 173, 177
Building D 27: 112, 121, 122-3, 171, 173, 177
poss. cellar beneath 27: 121, 171
cartographic/documentary sources 27: 106, 108
Domesday settlement (Horstedafort) 25: 249; 27: 106,
151,174-6
field-system 27: 110-12, 111, 121, 126, 169, 171, 173
horticultural area 27: 118, 119, 121, 123-6, 124, 160,
171,173
post-medieval features 27: 106, 110, 125, 126, 130, 142,
148-9, 168, 173
see also cess-pits; plant remains; pottery; rubbish-pits Steeple see Mayland; Mayland Creek
Steeple   Bumpstead medieval manors 29: 240
Little Waltons Farmhouse (Upper House) 29: 240, 241
Moyns Park 28: 256
St Mary's Church 28: 256 Stenning, D. F.
'Early domestic cross-wings' 24: 118-21
'Medieval kitchens in Essex' 28: 113-16
'The Red Lion, Colchester' 25: 134-59
et al.
'More Maldon Wealdens. The Origins and Development of the King's Head, Maldon High Street' 27: 214-25
'New House Farm and Hungry Hall, Cressing. The
disintegration of the Cressing Temple estate or
the Great Rebuilding?' 28: 156-64
Stephen, King 22: 25, 101; 25: 113; 27: 1;28: 142, 144; 29:
156, 165; 30:266
as Stephen ofBlois 28: 142
Stevens, Bishop Thomas (d 1920) 24: 150
Stevens, Henry, visit to Colchester 23: 80 Stifford, William Palin's histories 26: 195-9, 197
Stifford Clays 28: 101
early planned landscape 22: 54


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Stifford County Primary School, Parker Road see Grays Thurrock
stirrups, copper alloy, late Saxon,Vange 29: 283, 284
Stisted
Church of All Saints, 18th/19th cent. tombs 23: 94-5 Gowers Farm Malthouse 27: 256
landscape history 26: 133-7 (inc. illustr.)
Reservoir 29: 191,212
Stisted Hall estate, 'model' village 29: 212 Stock
Roman artefacts 26: 223-4
moulded copper alloy lion head 26: 224 Church of All Saints, belfry 29: 98, 285, 286, 287 Crondon Park
fieldwalking survey 25: 15, 16, 18
late Iron Age/Roman features 24: 200-1
post-medieval features 24: 201
Pottery House, 19th cent. well and kiln 24: 192-3
see also kilns, pottery stock   enclosures
late Bronze Age, Broomfield, Windmill Field (poss.) 26: 22-3
Roman period, Stansted Airport, Bury Lodge Lane (poss.) 21: 137
?poss. (not precisely dated)
Harwich, George Street 21: 63
Stanway, Church Lane 24: 218
stock management  see animal husbandry
Stokes, Elizabeth  (nee Shadrack) 29: 148, 152, 153 Stokes, Richard, and Ongar Academy 29: 145-54 Stokes family 29: 145, 147-8, 152-3
Stokesay Castle (Salop) 24: 124 Stondon Massey
Church of SS Peter and Paul24: 228-31, 229, 230; 27: 289
apse 24: 229,230-1
aumbry 24: 228, 229, 230, 231
belfry 28: 252
stone altar 24: 228, 229, 230, 231
Hallsford Bridge Industrial Estate, prehistoric artefacts 23: 102
stone, building see architectural stonework; Caen stone;
ferricrete; Kentish ragstone; Portland stone;
Purbeck marble; Reigate stone stone, burnt, burnt stone mounds 25: 17 Stone family of Great Bromley 26: 290 stone  objects
Palaeolithic, Purfleet,Armour Road/North Road 29: 201 late Iron Age/Roman, Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 28:
87-8
Roman
Braintree, George Yard 24: 50, 51
Takeley (poss. Roman or later) 22: 139-40, 140
Thaxted (nr Bardfield, Little) 23: 125
medieval, Newport, White House, High Street 22: 141-2,
141
post-medieval Benfleet, North
Church of All Saints font bowl 27: 297
ledger stones 27: 297
Langford, vessel 25: 232-3, 233 not precisely dated
Grays Thurrock, William Edwards School 29: 30-1, 31
Harwich, Bathside Battery 25: 217
Southend, Fox Hall 26: 36




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stone objects, not precisely dated (cont.)
Stebbingford 27: 153, 154
Terling Church, stone ledger 27: 302-3
see also architectural stonework; coffins, stone; millstones; mortars (grinders); querns; sculpture and incised stone; shafthole implements; spindle whorls; tombs/tombstones; whetstones
Stonea (Cambs), Roman building (principia?) 22: 152; 24:
20;26:264
Stort, River 22: 154-5; 27: 253, 257; 28: 181; 30: 225
Stort Navigation 26: 236; 27: 257
Stort valley 22: 162
Stour, Great, River 21:6,7
Stour, River 25: 228; 28: 188; 29: 186
Alfred's victory over the Vikings 27: 94 at Harwich 25: 196, 198
Stour estuary 27: 250-1; 28: 190
duck decoy ponds 29: 186
fish-traps  (kiddles)/weirs 27: 251; 29: 281
see also Holbrook Bay
Stour valley
funerary monuments 29: 187, 188
prehistoric ring ditches 30: 200-1
Stow,West (Suffolk), Saxon sunken-featured buildings 29: 57 Stow   Maries
WWl aerodrome 29: 190, 300
Flambirds Farm 29: 213
Stowe (Bucks), Grenville family seat 25: 187, 189 Strangford Lough, Co. Down 29:281
Stratford
High Street, Nos 14-18, post-medieval factory construction 26: 246
mills at 22: 115, 116, 117, 118, 119
Salway Road Cinema site 28: 214
West Ham Lane (No. 128)/Arthington Road, medieval features 28: 214
Stratford Langthorne, Abbey 21: 138; 23: 109; 26: 252,
255;29: 103,104
Stratford Market
Bronze Age to Iron Age features 24: 202 Iron Age/Roman burial 23: 109; 24: 202
Roman features 26: 252
Saxon and medieval features 26: 252
later cemetery 26: 252
18th cent. dwelling 26: 255
see also Stratford Langthorne Abbey
straw plaiting, and the French wars 27: 230-1, 233, 235
Street, G. E. 27: 297
Strethall
Church font 29: 97
medieval growth 29: 116 Strood, the see Mersea Island structures,   excavated
prehistoric (general)
Heybridge, Langford Road 26: 250; 28: 16, 17, 18,21
Rainham, Brookway Allotments 24: 205
Writtle, Birch Spring, Highwood 27: 11
Neolithic, Chigborough Farm, Goldhanger 21: 131 Bronze Age
Bargeroosterveld (Netherlands) 30: 11, 21 Boreham, Great Holts Farm, round house 25: 247 Broads Green 30: 11, 21
Broomfield, Windmill Field, round house etc 23: 102; 25: 10; 26: 3, 6-8, 7, 22
Fairlop Quarry (poss.) 30: 221


structures, excavated


Leyton, Oliver Close Estate 25: 251
Shoebury, North 27: 338
Springfield/Boreham, A12 Interchange 25: 252; 30: 1,
5--6, 9-12, 9, 11,21-2
Stansted Airport, Bury Lodge Lane (poss.) 21: 137
Totham, Great, Howells Farm 22: 154
late Bronze Age, Totham, Great, Lofts Farm 30: 21 late Bronze Age/early Iron Age
Stansted Airport Social Club 21: 135
Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm, round houses 22: 159; 24:207;25:252;26:251;27:270;28:    101,
221;29:207
early Iron Age, Southend, Fox Hall 26: 25-7, 29-31, 38
Iron Age
Asheldham Camp, poss. granary 22: 13, 24, 25, 34 Birchanger, Woodside Industrial Park, round houses 24:
202;25:28
Braintree
Boar's Head, round house gullies 24: 61
Fountain, the, round house gullies 24: 61
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm 25: 249; 28:47,50-2,
53,54
Heybridge, Langford Road 25: 242; 28: 16, 17, 19,21 Hornchurch, Maybank Avenue, round house 24: 205;
25:250;28: 101
Orsett 'Cock' 30: 274-5
Rainham, Moor Hall Farm 28: 101
Rivenhall Airfield, round houses 23: 101
Shoebury, North, round house (prob.) 27: 338; 28: 1 Stansted Airport
Car Park '1', structures with round house 22: 148,
158,159;25:44
Round Wood, round houses 21: 137
Stanway Hall Farm, mortuary chambers 23: 108 Totham, Great
Howells Farm, round house 22: 148, 154
Slough House Farm, round houses 21: 126, 132
Uphall Camp, round houses 21: 126, 133; 26: 61
Waltham, Little 28: 17, 50, 52, 54
late Iron Age/Roman
Aveley, Ship Lane, round houses 27: 263 Birchanger, Woodside Industrial Park 25: 34
Colchester, Kirkee McMunn barracks 26: 253; 29:
260-9 (inc. illustr.)
Dunmow, Great, Buildings Farm, round houses 25: 19 Harlow, Potter Street, Old House 23: 106
Orsett 'Cock' 30: 274-5 Roman
Alresford Lodge, corridor building 29: 246
Baldock (Herts) 28: 62,63
Birch, NE of Palmer's Farm 30: 212 Boreham
Airfield 25: 241
Bull's Lodge Quarry 22: 149, 151-2, 151; 24: 1-21,
2-7; 25: 19, 21; 26: 264-9,266
Great Holts Farm 25: 241, 247; 26: 247, 248
Braintree 24: 22, 25, 66
College Road (poss.) 28: 207
Grenville Road, No. 7: poss. aisled building 29: 196
Rayne Road 24: 63
Cars (France), rural sanctuary site 26: 265, 266
Chelmsford, Grove Road, mansio 24: 197; 29: 197 Chesterford, Great
Carmel Street Close 26: 253-4
Newmarket Road 28:219




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structures, excavated, Roman (cont.)
Coggeshall
'The Lawns' 26: 82, 84, 100
timber building 26: 82, 84, 101 Colchester
Angel Yard 27: 35, 37-42, 39
Balkerne Gardens, Freda Gunton Lodge 26: 243 Balkerne Hill St Mary's Hospital 29: 197, 198
Balkerne Lane 23: 37
Balkerne Passage/Gate, Mercury Theatre 28: 209; 29:
197
East  Stockwell  Street 22:  152; 23: 25-33,25-31
Gosbecks 30: 216
Romano-Celtic temple 21: 125; 26: 261, 262; 28:
205, 220-1, 227
Kirkee and McMunn Barracks 26: 253
Lexden 30: 217 Long Wyre Street
pre-Boudiccan bath-building 23: 120-3, 121
Boudiccan and Roman structures 29: 198; 30: 218
residual Saxon material30: 210, 218 North Hill
No. 21 26: 243
Sixth Form College 29: 209
North Station Road 30: 213,224
Northgate Street 26: 253; 29: 209
Osborne Street 25: 46-8, 47-8
Queen Street Bus Station 22: 152-3
St Botolph's Priory Church, late Roman building 23: 103
StJohn's Street 22: 153; 23: 25
St Peters House, St Peters Street, waterfront 30: 213 Victoria Chase area 30: 213
Colchester Castle, Temple of Claudius podium 23: 99, 103
Combe Down (Avon), poss. Roman principia 24: 20; 26:
265,267
Cressing Temple, Dovehouse Field 30: 218
Dunmow, Great 28: 62-3, 89, 90 Elsenham, Tye Green 27:271 Fairlop Quarry 30: 221
Fishbourne (Sussex), Roman palace 23: 121; 26: 264
Grand (France), Roman structure 26: 265, 266 Hallingbury, Little, South House Farm 22: 155 Harlow
Gilden Way 22: 154-5
Old House 26: 249
Hatfield Peverel, Sandford Quarry 26: 244; 27: 13-21 (inc. illustr.)
Hemel Hempstead  (Herts),Wood Lane End, rural sanctuary 26: 266
Henham, Reservoir 21: 144
Herculaneum (Italy), early hall26: 264 Heybridge
Elms Farm 26: 250
Langford Road 26: 250; 28: 16, 21, 23, 24, 27,29
Ivy Chimneys, poss. temple site 26: 267; 27: 20
Kelvedon 28: 62
Orchard Road, Lawn House 28: 211
Langford 25: 236, 237
Lechlade (Glos), Roughground Farm, apsed building 24:20;26:264-5,266
Mucking 27: 20
Nettleton (Wilts), shrine site 26: 266,267
Sampford, Great, Shillingstone Field 29: 33, 36, 40,47


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Sible Hedingham 24: 195, 205
Silchester (Hants), church 26: 265, 266
Stansted Airport, Bury Lodge Lane (poss.) 21: 137 Stanway, Abbotstone 30: 216
Stonea (Cambs) 22: 152; 24: 20; 26: 264
Trier (Germany), Constantinian Aula Palatina (hall) 24: 19;26:264
Uphall Camp, llford 21: 133
Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm 22: 159
Verulam Hills Field, Verularnium  (Herts) 26: 266, 267
Vervoz (Belgium) 26: 265, 266
Wanborough (Surrey), Green Lane 24: 20; 26: 265, 266,
267
Wendens Ambo 27: 20
Witham, Maltings Lane (poss.) 28: 214
Writtle (poss.) 27: 3
see also bath-houses; hypocausts; mansiones; villas Anglo-Saxon
Asheldham, St Lawrence's Church 21: 146, 149
Barking,Amberley House 22: 150
Bradwell-on-Sea, Othona Community Site 23: 99, 100
Chingford, Hospital 25: 242
HarlowTemple 21: 133
Heybridge, Crescent Road 28: 12,29
Shoebury, North, Middle Pastures (poss.) 23: 111 Springfield Lyons 28: 109, 110
Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm 26: 252
see also fishing weirs/fish-traps; sunken-featured buildings; Waltham Abbey
early medieval, Boreham, Buxted Chicken Factory (poss.) 28:106,108,109-10
medieval
Barking, Amberley House 22: 150
Barking Abbey 23: 110; 24: 208; 26: 241 Boreham
Airfield 27: 271; 28: 206, 216; 30: 222
Great Holts 27: 175, 176, 177
see also Springfield/Boreham A12 Interchange  below
Brentwood, Brook Street (medieval hospital) 21: 151-4,
152-3
Chelmsford
Baddow Road 22: 152; 23: 103
Moulsham Street 21: 128
New Street 21: 128
Chignall St James 28: 110
see also Roxwell quarry below Chingford,  Hospital25:  242 Chipping  Ongar
Bansons Lane 26: 242
Pleasance car park 30: 157-61, 175 Colchester
Angel Yard 27: 42, 44-8, 59-62, 60
High Street (No. 147,Jacklins) 29: 205
Hythe Hill (Eastern Approaches Road) 25: 242 Osborne Street Car Park 21: 129; 25: 46,48-9, 49-50
CressingTemple 24: 204-5, 204; 27: 268
Chapel28: 206, 217, 218
Dunmow, Great, Church End 26: 243 Harlow, Old
Market Street
poss. shop/residence (13th/14th cent.) 22: 103-4,
112-13
poss. stall (13th cent.) 22: 101, 103, 112
Hatfield Priory 26: 254
Heybridge Hall30: 212,220





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structures, excavated, medieval (cont.)
Horndon-on-the-Hill, High Road corner/Mill Lane 28: 206,210-11,220
Leyton, Old Leyton Baths 25: 250-1 Maldon
High Street, No. 39, ?'Moot Hall'/'D'ArcyTower' complex 23: 107
see also Carmelite Friary, Maldon Pentlow Hall22: 176-80, 176-7 Pleshey
Back Lane, Hill House (former St Mary's Church) 28:184-5,227
'The Gardens' 28: 286
Pleshey Castle 30: 266 Rainham
Brookway Allotments 24: 205
Dovers Corner 26: 254
Romford, Collier Row 30: 212,215
Roxwell quarry, Chignall23: 42-5, 43, 49-50; 27: 175,
177
Saffron Walden, Nos 33-35 High Street 29: 127
Southchurch Hall, stone bridge 22: 156
Springfield Lyons 23: 42, 45
Springfield/Boreham A 12 Interchange site 24: 211, 215;
25:25,252;27:175,176,  177;28: 109-10;30:
5,23-7,26,38-41,40
Stansted Airport
Duckend Farm 27: 175, 176, 177
Molehill Green 27: 175, 176, 177; 28: 110
Roundwood 25: 19, 20; 27: 175, 176, 177; 28: 110
Stebbingford see Stebbingford Sturmer barrow 29: 296
Thaxted, Town Street, No. 23 27: 329-32,331-6,334
Upminster, Hunts Hill Farm 26: 252 Waltham Abbey/Waltham  Holy Cross
Cornmill 30: 221
Vicarage Garden 26: 252
Weeley, Gutteridge Hall 25: 248
WickenBonhunt27: 175,177
Woodford Green, Harts Hospital23: 110 Writtle
King John's Hunting Lodge 23: 110; 24: 122-4, 123,
224-8,225,227-8
Parish Church of All Saints 26: 227
Yeldham, Great, Old Post Office Cottages, detached kitchen 26: 174-91 (inc. illustr.)
medieval/post-medieval
Barking, West Bank/Highbridge Road, Formula 1 Hotel 27:263
Chipping Ongar, Pleasance Car Park 27: 267; 30: 161-2,
176
Colchester
Hythe Hill26: 249; 27: 267
Osborne Street 25: 46,49-52, 51-5
St Botolph Street 29: 209
CressingTemple 23: 103 Harwich
Church Street 21: 57-9, 58, 64, 64-6, 67, 68, 69, 89,
90
King's Head Street/Market Street 21: 71-2
Hatfield Peverel, Priory 21: 132
Maldon see Carmelite Friary, Maldon
Saffron Walden, Nos 33-35 High Street 29: 122, 125,
127-9, 127, 130, 134
Stratford Langthorne Abbey 26: 252


structures, excavated


Tilty Abbey 23: 152-7, 153-7
Waltham Abbey, Longpool 29: 207
Woodford Green, Broomhill Road 23: 111-12
see also Waltham Abbey; Woodham Waiter (Hall) post-medieval  (general)
Barking, Eastbury Square, Eastbury House 26: 253 Billericay, Western Road 26: 253
Chipping Ongar, Pleasance car park 30: 154, 162-4, 176 Coggeshall
King's Acre, The Mill House 29: 185 King's Mill, West Street 24: 192
'The Lawns' 26: 86, 87, 89
Colchester
Angel Yard 27: 46, 49-59, 61, 62, 63
Hythe Hill (Nos 117-9 & 124-5) 29: 198
North Station Road 30: 213
Osborne Street 25: 52-7, 56-7, 58
CressingTemple 28: 218
Foulness Island, Great Burwood 30: 230
Harwich, Kings Quay Street 30: 225
Hatfield Broad Oak, Buryfields, Cage End 28: 210 llford, Aldborough Hatch Chapel 30: 225 Kelvedon, Durwards Hall30: 214
Maldon see Carmelite Friary, Maldon
Newport, Paragon Cafe 26:254
Pleshey, Moat Cottage, poss. bakehouse 30: 268, 272
Stratford, High Street 26: 246
Tilbury Fort 21: 138
Tolleshunt D'Arcy 30: 216
Waltham Abbey/Waltham Holy Cross, Royal Ordnance Works 26: 246
Tudor
Boreham, Bull's Lodge Farm, causeway/dam 22: 144 Chelmsford, Moulsham Hall28: 206, 208
Colchester, North Hill29: 209
Hatfield Broad Oak, Cock Public House 26: 254 Weeley, Gutteridge Hall (poss.) 25: 248
16th-17th cent.
Boxted, Boxted  Cross Public House 22: 144-5 Coggeshall, West Street 23: 159-61, 160
Colchester, Osborne Street 21: 129; 25: 46
Stratford Market 26: 252 17th cent.
Audley End, brewhouse yard 26: 228
Colchester, Brinkley Grove, Highwoods (poss. fort) 30: 212,217
Harlow, Old, Market Street 22: 105-6, 113
Harlowbury, water mill22: 149, 155
Hempstead, Church of St Andrew, Harvey vault 26: 226
Woodford Green, Harts Hospital, country house 23: 110 17th/18th cent.
Brentwood, Thorndon Country Park 27: 263
CressingTemple 27: 267
'Greate House' 29: 205
and chapel 22: 153 18th cent.
Audley End House 26: 255
BarlingWindmill23: 161-5,162-4
Chelmsford, Moulsham Hall 28: 208
Ham, West, Three Mills, Miller's House 24: 207-8 Leyton
Leyton Green Road, Livingstone College Tower 26: 244-5
Old Leyton Baths 25: 250





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structures, excavated, 18th cent. (cont.)
Plaistow, Greengate Street, house and market garden 26: 252-3
Stratford Market 26: 255
see also Copped Hall
18th/19th cent.
Coggeshall, West Street 23: 160, 161
Leyton, Thorne Close 25: 251; 28: 300-1, 302,304
Saffron Walden, Nos 33-35 High Street 29: 122,
129-31,129
Weald, South,Weald Hall27: 272 Witham, Mill Lane 26: 246
19th cent. Braintree
George Yard 24: 25, 28, 29
Rayne Road, cellar 24: 25
Sandpit Road, cellar 24: 29
Brentwood, London Road, brick silt trap(?) 23: 94 Chipping Ongar, ?outside toilet 24: 189
Colchester, Osborne Street 25: 51-2
CressingTemple 25:249
Halstead, Rosemary Lane, Co-op Yard 28: 210 Harwich
Bathside Battery 22: 153; 23: 104-5, 104; 25: 193-218
(inc. illustr.) 'Battery Cottage' 25: 193
Beacon Hill29: 195, 211-12
George Street 21: 59
Ongar Park, Cold Harbour 25:245 19th/20th cent.
Boreham, Buxted Chicken Factory, poss. barn 25: 246 Copped Hall 30: 216
Leyton, Langthorne Hospital27: 265; 28: 212
Rainham, Dovers Corner 26: 254
Writtle, Hyland House, the walled kitchen garden 28: 215 20th cent.
Audley End, WW2 anti-tank blocks 26:256,257 Colchester, Osborne Street 25: 52
Hornchurch, Maybank Avenue, pillbox 24: 205
Mersea, East, artillery site 25: 256
Mersea Island, decoy bunker 25: 256
Tilbury, East, Bowater's Farm, Buckland, WW2 AA battery 26: 255-6
Tilbury, West, spigot mortar pits 26: 256
Waltham Abbey/Waltham  Holy Cross, Royal Ordnance Works defences 25: 256-7
Walthamstow, barrage balloon shed (recorded) 24: 201
not precisely  dated
Barking, St Margaret's Church 22: 150 Benfleet, North, North Benfleet Hall27: 296 Blackwater estuary
Collins Creek 27: 255
Mayland Creek 26: 228, 229
off Bradwell-on-Sea and Mersea Island, timber structures (kiddles) 24: 193-4
St Lawrence Bay, timber structures 26: 228, 229
Boreham, Buxted Chicken Factory 25: 246 Chesterford, Great
Ickleton Road 21: 13
Rose Lane, Park Cottages 23: 105 Chrishall
Chiswick Hall30: 213
Northern Link Main 30: 217
Clavering, Moat Farm (Coldhams Double-Moated site)
25:253


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Dagenham, Wood Lane, Merry Fiddlers 24: 198 Harwich
Church Street, No. 4 26: 226
George Street 21: 59, 61,63
Heybridge, Elms Farm 25: 250
Leyton, Buckingham Road 28: 212
Maldon, High Street, Moot Hall (rear) 28: 135 Ongar Radio site 25: 245-6
Rainham, Football Ground (former) 28: 96-7, 97, 98,
99
Roydon, Nether Hall, gatehouse 22: 156
SaffronWalden,No. 19 (rear) 22:142,143,144
Sheering 21: 119
Stanway Hall Farm 29: 207
Stratford Market Place, ?Abbey 23: 109 Tilbury, West, WestTilbury Hall27: 272 Waltham Abbey, Veresmead 29: 214
see also bath-houses; causeways; cess-pits; culverts; defensive works; dovecotes; fish-traps; fishing weirs; forts; garderobes; gate-houses; granaries; ice-houses; kitchens; malthouses; mills; ovens; sunken-featured buildings; Waltham Abbey; wells
Strutt, Benjamin, Colchester  commissioner  of Enclosure Act 27: 241, 242, 243
Strutt, Joseph, and Maldon 'earthwork' 23: 20, 21; 28: 139
Strutt, The Hon. Charles 23: 88
Strype, John (d 1737), historian and vicar ofLeyton 24: 161, 163
Stubbing family, Boblow House 28: 240
Stubbs, Bishop William (historian) 26: 199-200; 29: 157
Studd, Pamela, historian 26: 199 Stukeley, William (d 1765)
Audley End 27: 273
Bentley, poss. Druid site 24: 188-9
Stumps Cross, late Bronze Age hoard 26: 259, 260
Sturmer
cropmark enclosure 22: 145
Bronze Age barrow 29: 294, 295, 296
Iron Age features 27: 269; 29: 293, 295, 297
late Iron Age/Roman features 27: 265; 29: 295, 296
medieval features 27: 269; 29: 293-7
medieval trades and crafts 29: 119-20
A604 Haverhill Bypass 27: 265, 269; 29: 294
see also Wixoe (Suffolk) Stutton  (Suffolk)  22: 61
Suckling, Alfred, Memorials of Essex (1845) 26: 196 
Sudbury, J., jun.  ofHalstead  (builder)  24: 177 
Sudbury  (Suffolk)
14th cent. Dominican friars of22: 72,73 Friars Street
'Priors Gate' 25: 150
Richardsons shop, architectural features 24: 120
Knight,}. as MP (1722-33) 25: 186
Suffolk, dukes of see Brandon, Charles Suffolk, earls of see Howard, Thomas
Sulyard, John, Colchester town clerk (15th cent.) 24: 130 sunken-featured  buildings   (grubenhiiuser)
Braintree (poss.) 24: 63
Chadwell St Mary, County Primary School 28: 207-8; 29:
48-58 (inc. illustr.)
Dunmow, Great (poss.) 21: 124, 125
Heybridge
Crescent Road 28: 12,29
Elms Farm 25: 250; 26: 250





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