Monday, 23 October 2017

Essex Journal. Vol. 52. No. 2. (Autumn 2017)

The Essex Journal is issued twice a year to subscribers.  Contents in the latest edition, just issued, include:
- Editorial
- Orchards East
- News from the Essex Record Office
- Friends of Historic Essex
- Tuesday 29th October 1940 further explored
- The 800th Anniversary of the Charter of the Forest, 1217, and its Relevance to the Forest of Essex: Richard Morris
- Rev. Dr. Foote Gower, a forgotten Essex antiquary and field archaeologist: Michael Leach
- 'You have gone too far and an apology is needed': the saga of enlarging St Martin's, Chipping Ongar, 1880-84:  James Bettley
- The Red Cross in Essex 1914-1918: Hospitals, Fundraising, and the Contribution of Middle and Upper Class Women:  Caroline Wallace
- Book Reviews
- EJ 20 Questions? Dorothy Lockwood

The Essex Society for Archaeology and History owns the title Essex Journal and was pleased to provide a photograph of Chipping Ongar Church from the north-east, taken between 1861-1883, from a collection of Victorian photographs (SLIB94911A).

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