An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 3, North East. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1922.
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21. EAST DONYLAND. (D.d.)
Fittings—Brasses: On wall—(1) of Nicholas Marshall, 1621, figure of man in ruff, puffed breeches and cloak, erected by Alice (Brooke), his second wife; (2) of Mary, wife of Nicholas Marshall, and after of William Graye, 1627, figure of woman in ruff, full gown, etc. Monuments: On W. wall— (1) of Elizabeth Marshall, 1613, marble monument with seated figure of woman in niche flanked by obelisks, entablature, figures of three children, two dead, two shields and achievement of arms In churchyard of old church—(2) to Susanna, wife of Ralph Turpin, 1706, headstone.
(2). East Donyland Hall, house and moat, 750 yards S.S.W. of the modern church. The House is of two storeys, with attics; the walls are of brick and plastered timber-framing; the roofs are tiled. It was built early in the 17th century, but reconstructed c. 1700 and refronted c. 1800. Inside the building the main staircase has turned and twisted balusters and moulded rails of c. 1700.