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'List of illustrations', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 4: South East (1923), pp. II-IX. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=123297 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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LIST OF PLANS AND ILLUSTRATIONS, WITH TITLES AND PRINCIPAL DATES.

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1. ALTHORNE.
(1) The Church, late 14th-century and later: Plan1
    "   "    Font, c. 1400xlii–iii
2. ASHELDHAM.
(1) The Church, early 14th-century: Plan2
(2) Plateau Camp: Plan2
3. ASHINGDON.
(1) The Church, early 14th-century and later: Plan3
    "   "   "   "   "    From the N.E.xxxii
4. AVELEY.
(1) The Church, early 12th-century and later: dated Plan5
    "   "    Interior showing S. arcade, c. 1160, N. arcade, c. 1220, etc.8
    "   "    Brass of Ralph de Knevynton, c. 1370160
    "   "   Chair, c. 1620xlii
(6) Belhus, early 16th-century and later: dated Plan7
    "   "   "   "    N. and S. Fronts9
    "   "   "   "    Doorway in E. Front, 16th-century, re-set64
    "   "   "   "    Fireplace on ground floor, c. 160065
    "   "   "   "    Stable S.E. of house, late 16th-century56–7
5. BARLING.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan10
    "   "    From the N.W., showing W. Tower, early 15th-century, and N. Aisle, c. 150012
    "   "    Small alabaster figures, early 15th-century25
6. BASILDON.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan12
    "   "   "   "    From the S.xxxii
    "   "    Spandrel of truss in Roof of Porch, with bear and ragged staff, mid 15th-century84
7. BOWERS GIFFORD.
(1) The Church, 16th-century or earlier: Plan13
    "   "   "   "    From the S.E.xxxii
    "   "    Brass of man in armour, c. 134056
8. BRADWELL-JUXTA-MARE.
(1) Roman Station or Fort: Plan14
    "   "   "    Fragment of Roman wall13
(2) The Parish Church of St. Thomas, early 14th-century and later: Plan15
    "   "   "   "   "    Font, 14th-centuryxlii–iii
(3) Chapel of St. Peter-on-the-Wall, c. 654: dated Plan16
    "   "   "   "   "    From the N.W.16
    "   "   "   "   "    Plan and Sections before the restoration17
9. BULPHAN.
(1) The Church, late 15th-century and later: Plan16
    "   "    S. Porch, c. 1500xxxix
    "   "    E. side of Chancel-screen, 15th-century20
    "   "    Part of W. side of screen, 15th-century4–5
(5) Appleton's Farm, 15th-century and laterxxxv
10. BURNHAM.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: dated Plan18
    "   "   "   "    From the S.xxxii
11. BUTTSBURY.
(2) The Church, possibly 14th-century and later: Plan20
    "   "    Iron-work on N. door of Nave, early 13th-century and later4–5
12. CANEWDON.
(2) The Church, 14th-century and later: dated Plan21
    "   "    Interior showing N. arcade, 14th-century, altered in the 15th century, etc.24
    "   "    West Tower, early 15th-century21
    "   "    Doorway, niches and panels in the W. Tower, early 15th-century84
13. CANVEY ISLAND.
(1) Dutch cottage, dated 1621xl–i
14. CHADWELL.
(1) Roman Oven, 700 yards S.E. of Parish Churchxxxvi
(2) The Church, early 12th-century and later: Plan24
    "   "    N. doorway, early 15th-century: Doorhead above, 12th-century84
    "   "    Chair, late 17th-centuryxlii
17. CORRINGHAM.
(1) The Church, 11th-century and later: dated Plan26
    "   "    W. Tower from S.W., late 11th-century28
    "   "    Glass: Dragon in W. window of N. aisle, possibly 14th-centuryxliv–v
    "   "    Screen to N. Chapel, early 14th-century4–5
(2) Bull Inn, 15th-century: main block, 17th-centuryxxxiv–v
19. CREEKSEA.
(2) Creeksea Place, c. 1569 and modern: dated Plan28
    "   "   "    S. side of N.W. extension56–7
    "   "   "    N. range from the S.W.56–7
(4) Grove Cottage, 16th or early 17th-centuryxxxiv
20. DANBURY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan30
    "   "   "   "    From the S.W.xxxii
    "   "    Doorway and niches in W. Tower, mid 14th-century84
    "   "    Interior showing N. arcade, c. 1300, N. Aisle, etc.24
    "   "    Three oak effigies of Knights, late 13th-century and c. 130029
    "   "    Piscina in chancel, late 13th-centuryxlv
    "   "    Seats in Nave, 15th-century5
(2) Frettons, early and late 16th-century: From the S.E.56–7
(8) Slough House, late 15th or early 16th-century, altered in the 17th century32
(10) Danbury Camp: Plan32
21. DENGIE.
(1) The Church, 14th-century or earlier: Plan33
22. DOWNHAM.
(1) The Church: W. Tower, late 15th or early 16th-centuryxxxviii
(2) Barn Hall: Part of Moatxxxvii
(3) Fremnells, c. 1670: From the S.W.56–7
    "   "    Gate-posts, dated 167664
24. EAST HANNINGFIELD.
(1) The Church, 13th-century or earlier: Plan35
    "   "   "   "    From the S.E.33
    "   "   "   "   "   xxxiii
    "   "   "   "    Interior of ruined Nave33
    "   "    Remains of painting on S. wall of Nave, late 13th or early 14th-century104
(3) Willis Farm, 16th-century57
(4) Rails Farm, 16th-century and laterxxxiv–v
25. EAST HORNDON.
(1) The Church, 15th-century and later: dated Plan37
    "   "   "   "    From the S.E.36
    "   "   "   "    Interior37
    "   "    W. Tower, c. 1500 and 17th-centuryxxxviii
    "   "    Font: bowl, c. 1200xlii–iii
    "   "   "    Gallery front, N. side of Nave, early 17th-century5
    "   "    Glass in E. window of S. Chapel, 15th-centuryxliv–v
    "   "    Incised slab to Alice (Cogesale), wife of Sir John Tyrell, 142240
(4) Boar's Head Inn, late 17th-centuryxl
26. EAST TILBURY.
(1) Romano-British Hut-circles: Plan39
(1) Romano-British Hut-circles. Views of Oven in Hut IIxxxvi
(2) The Church, early 12th-century and later: dated Plan40
    "   "    S. wall of chancel: doorways and windows, 13th-century and later84
    "   "    Interior41
    "   "    Pulpit, early 17th-century4
27. EASTWOOD.
(1) The Church, early 12th-century and later: dated Plan42
    "   "   "   "   "    From the S.E.xxxviii–ix
    "   "   "   "   "    Interior44
    "   "    Iron-work on disused N. door, late 12th or early 13th-century4–5
    "   "    S. door, with 13th-century iron-work45
    "   "    Font, late 12th-centuryxlii–iii
(6) Blatches, 16th-century and laterxxxiv–v
28. FOBBING.
(1) The Church, 11th-century and later: dated Plan45
    "   "    W. Tower, c. 1500xxxii–iii
    "   "    S. Porch, late 15th-century96
    "   "    Stone figures of the Virgin and Child, 15th-century25
    "   "    Tablet in chancel to Thomas de Crawedene, c. 134048
(3) Wheelers House, late 15th-century and laterxl–i
(4) House, 500 yards N.N.W. of church, 15th-centuryxl–i
(7) House 90 yards N.W. of church, 16th-century and later56–7
29. FOULNESS.
(2) The Church: Plate: cup, 1612, cup and cover-paten, 1712xliv
30. GRAYS THURROCK.
(1) The Church, early 13th-century and later: Plan48
    "   "    Chairs, possibly late 17th-centuryxlii
    "   "    Font, 15th or early 16th-centuryxlii–iii
31. GREAT BADDOW.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: dated Plan50
    "   "   "   "    From the S.E.49
    "   "   "    S. Porch, 17th-centuryxxxviii
    "   "    Pulpit with sounding-board, dated 16394
    "   "    Corbel and capital, N. Arcade, 13th-century176
(3) Great Sir Hughes, early 17th-century, N. side52
(6) House and Shop, 50 yards W. of Church, 15th-century and laterxl
(9) House, N. side of road, 350 yards N.N.W. of church, 16th-century57
32. GREAT BURSTEAD.
(4) The Parish Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan54
    "   "   "    W. Tower, late 14th-centuryxxxii–iii
    "   "   "    Spandrels of N. doorway, with the Annunication, late 15th or early 16th century84
    "   "   "    Chest, 12th or 13th-centuryxliii
    "   "   "    Communion rails and Reredos, late 17th-century53
    "   "   "    Glass, in S.W. window, S. aisle: Arms of Grey of Wilton, 14th-centuryxliv–v
    "   "   "    Seats in S. aisle, 15th-century5
(5) St. Mary Magdalen's Church, Billericay: W. Tower, late 15th-centuryxxxviii
(10) Highbury, late 16th or early 17th-centuryxxxiv
(12) Chantry House, early 16th-century, W. side of High Street, Billericayxl
(21) Chantry Barn, Billericay, probably mediaevalxli
Billericay: High Street, E. side, showing Church (5), etc.xl
Billericay: Plan of town, showing positions of monuments57
33. GREAT STAMBRIDGE.
(1) The Church, Pre-Conquest and later: dated Plan58
    "   "    Font, late 15th-centuryxlii–iii
34. GREAT WAKERING.
(2) The Church, c. 1100 and later: dated Plan60
    "   "   "   "    From the S.W.60
36. HADLEIGH.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan63
    "   "   "   "    From the N.E.61
    "   "    Squint, S. of Chancel-arch, 15th-century104
(2) Hadleigh Castle, 14th-century: Plan64
    "   "   "    General views and details64–5
    "   "   "   "   "   "   64–5
38. HAWKWELL.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan66
39. HAZELEIGH.
(1) The Church, 16th-century and later, now destroyed: Plan67
    "   "   "   "   "    From the S.W.xxxiii
40. HOCKLEY.
(1) The Church, possibly 12th-century and later: Plan67
    "   "    W. Tower, 14th-century, top probably laterxxxii–iii
    "   "    Font, early 13th-centuryxlii–iii
(9) Plumberow Mountxxxvii
41. HORNCHURCH.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: dated Plan69
    "   "   "   "    From the N.W.70
Plate: cup with cover-paten, 1563, flagon, 1699, others laterxliv
(3) Nelmes. Main Staircase, late 17th-century. Upper flight71
    "   "   "   "   "   "   75
    "   "   "   "    Lower flight75
42. HORNDON-ON-THE-HILL.
(1) The Church, early 13th-century and later: dated Plan75
    "   "   "   "    Interior74
    "   "    W. end with bell-turretxxxviii–ix
    "   "    Timber-framing of Belfry, 15th-centuryxxxviii–ix
    "   "    Font, 14th-centuryxlii–iii
    "   "    Plate: cup, 1567, flagon, 1700, pewter plates, 17th-centuryxliv
(2) Bell Inn, 15th-centuryxxxiv
(3) Gates at house, 70 yards E. of church, late 17th or early 18th-century64
Main street, E. side showing monument (2) in distancexl
    "   "    W. side showing monuments (6), (7) and (8)xl
(8) Old Market Hall: timber-construction, 16th-century65
(12) Linsteads Farm: Barn, 17th-centuryxli
(16) Arden Hall: Dovecot, 17th-century56–7
(17) The Gables, 17th-century57
43. HUTTON
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later, largely re-built 1873: Plan77
44. INGRAVE.
(1) The Church: Brass [of Margaret Wake, 1466]78
    "   "   "    [of Sir Richard FitzLewes, 1528, and his four wives]78
45. LAINDON.
(1) The Church, possibly 12th-century and later: dated Plan79
    "   "    From the S.W., showing W. annexe, 17th-century or earlierxxxviii–ix
    "   "    Chancel-roof, late 15th-century, etc.48
    "   "    Timber-framing of Belfry, 15th-centuryxxxviii–ix
    "   "    Font: bowl, early 13th-centuryxlii–iii
46. LAINDON HILLS.
(1) The Church, 16th-century or earlier: Plan80
    "   "    From the E.xxxiii
    "   "    Interior showing painted Royal Arms, 166079
47. LATCHINGDON.
(1) The Church, possibly 14th-century and later: Plan81
    "   "   "   "   "    From the S.W.xxxiii
49. LEIGH.
(1) The Church, late 15th or early 16th-century and later: Plan82
(8) House, S. side of High Street, late 16th-centuryxxxiv–v
50. LITTLE BURSTEAD.
(1) The Church, early 13th-century and later: Plan84
(2) Stockwell Hall: Overmantel in Dining-room, c. 160065
(4) Hatches Farm, second half of 16th-centuryxxxv
    "   "    Internal door, early 16th-century65
(7) St. Margaret's Farm, 16th-century or earlierxl–i
52. LITTLE THURROCK.
(1) The Church, late 12th-century and later: Plan86
    "   "    Piscina and Sedilia in chancel, 14th-centuryxlv
(2) Denehole: Section and Plan87
53. LITTLE WAKERING.
(1) The Church, early 12th-century and later: Plan88
    "   "    W. Tower, c. 142570
    "   "    Panel in W. Tower with arms of John Wakering, Bishop of Norwich, 1416–2584
54. LITTLE WARLEY.
(1) The Church, 15th-century or earlier: Plan89
    "   "    Monument of Sir Denner Strutt, Bart., and Dorothye his wife, 164185
    "   "    Monument of Mary Strutt, daughter of Thomas Chapman, 1658105
(2) Little Warley Hall, early 16th-century. N. Front90
    "   "   "    Detail of Staircase, c. 160075
56. MOUNTNESSING.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan92
    "   "    Interior, showing N. Arcade, 13th-century, and framing of Belfry, 15th-century91
    "   "    Carved capital, N. Arcade, mid 13th-century161
    "   "    Timber-framing of Belfry, 15th-centuryxxxviii–ix
(6) Thoby Priory, 14th-century and later: Plan93
    "   "   "   "    Ruins of church from the N.E.96
(9) Wardroper's Farm, 16th-centuryxxxiv–v
57. MUCKING.
(1) The Church, 13th-century or earlier: Plan94
    "   "    Capital, S. arcade, early 13th-century161
58. MUNDON.
(1) The Church, 14th-century or earlier: Plan95
    "   "    North Porch, early 16th-centuryxxxix
59. NEVENDON.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan96
(4) Great Bromfords, 15th-century and laterxxxiv–v
(5) Little Bromfords, late 16th-centuryxxxiv–v
60. NORTH BENFLEET.
(1) The Church, early 13th-century and later: Plan97
    "   "    Timber-framing of Belfry, 16th-centuryxxxviii–ix
(6) Great Fanton Hall, early 17th-century57
62. NORTH OCKENDON.
(1) The Church, c. 1170 and later: dated Plan99
    "   "    W. Tower, late 15th-centuryxxxii–iii
    "   "    Brasses of Thomasyn Badby 15[32], William Poyntz, and Elizabeth his wife, 150225
    "   "    Glass in E. window of N. chape], 13th and 14th-century and modern104
    "   "    Glass: Figure in E. window of N. chapel, late 13th-centuryxliv–v
    "   "    Glass: Roundels with shields in W. window of Tower, 14th-centuryxliv–v
    "   "    Glass: Oval roundel with shield, in W. window of Tower, 1603xliv–v
    "   "    Monuments of Sir Gabriel Poyntz, 1607, and Audrey his wife, 1594, and of Sir Thomas Poyntz, 1709100
    "   "    Effigies of Sir Gabriel Poyntz and Audrey his wife101
    "   "    Monuments in the N. Chapel to the Poyntz family, 17th-century110
    "   "    Plate: paten and cup, 1646, cup and cover-paten, 1561xliv
    "   "    Pulpit, mid 17th-century4
63. NORTH SHOEBURY.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan101
    "   "   "   "    From the S.W.xxxii
    "   "    Glass in N.W. window of Nave, 14th-centuryxliv–v
    "   "    Fragment of carved slab, late 12th or early 13th-century25
64. ORSETT.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan103
    "   "    Interior showing N. arcade of Nave, 13th and 14th-century, and N. arcade of chancel, 15th or early 16th-century37
    "   "    S. doorway, part of E. jamb and head, c. 1160161
    "   "    Chest, late 16th or early 17th-century, lid 13th-centuryxliii
    "   "    Font, c. 1500xlii–iii
    "   "    Monument in N. Chapel to Sir John Hart, 1658105
    "   "    Pulpit, and panelling dated 16304
(2) " Bishop Bonner's Palace "—earthwork: Plan106
(3) Orsett Hall: Fireplace and ceiling in S.E. room, mid 17th-century97
(4) Birch Terrace, 16th and 17th-centuryxl–i
(17) Mill House, 17th-centuryxl–i
(20) Hall Farm, early 16th-century: E. wingxxxiv
65. PAGLESHAM.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan107
    "   "    W. Tower, early 16th-centuryxxxii–iii
    "   "    Chair, late 17th-centuryxlii
66. PITSEA.
(1) The Church: W. Tower, early 16th-centuryxxxii–iii
67. PRITTLEWELL.
(1) The Church, early 12th-century and later: dated Plan109
    "   "    W. Tower, 15th-century97
    "   "    Interior from S. aisle, showing S. arcade of Nave, 13th and 16th-century110
    "   "    Door in S. doorway, early 16th-century4–5
    "   "    Glass: Part of E. window of S. chapel: The Temptation, 16th-century; foreignxliv–v
(2) Prittlewell Priory, 12th-century and later: Plan112
    "   "    Doorway in N. wall of Frater, late 12th-century121
    "   "    Roof of upper room in W. range, 15th-century111
(3) Porters: N. and S. Fronts, early 16th-century and later114
    "    Interior of Hall, showing panelling, early 16th-century, etc.111
    "    Fireplace in Hall, late 16th-century65
(4) House, W. side of North Street, early 16th-centuryxl
(6) Deeds Cottages, 16th-centuryxl–i
(13) Prittlewell Camp: Plan114
68. PURLEIGH.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: dated Plan115
    "   "    Glass: leopard's head in E. window of S. aisle, 14th-centuryxliv–v
69. RAINHAM.
(1) The Church, c. 1170 and later: dated Plan117
    "   "   "   "    Interior115
    "   "    N. doorway of chancel, late 12th-century120
    "   "    Chest in N. Aisle, 16th-centuryxliii
(2) Daymns Hall, 17th-century56–7
70. RAMSDEN BELLHOUSE.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: From the S.W.xxxviii–ix
72. RAWRETH.
(1) The Church, mid 15th-century and modern: Plan120
73. RAYLEIGH.
(1) The Church, early 12th-century and later: Plan121
    "   "    W. Tower, 15th-centuryxxxii–iii
    "   "    S. Porch, early 16th-centuryxxxviii
    "   "    Monument in S. chapel, early 16th-century105
    "   "    Screen in W. arch of N. chapel, c. 15004–5
(2) The Castle, mount and bailey, end of the 11th century: Plan123, Views xxxvii
74. RETTENDON.
(1) The Church, c. 1200 or earlier: dated Plan125
    "   "    Slab in N. aisle, late 12th-century, with later brasses of c. 153525
    "   "    Piscina and Sedilia in chancelxlv
    "   "    Communion Plate: cup, 1562, paten, 1641xliv
    "   "    Carved popey heads to bench-ends in chancel, late 15th-century5
(2) Rettendon Place: Barn, 16th-centuryxli
75. ROCHFORD.
(1) The Church, 14th-century or earlier: Plan126
    "   "    From the S.W., showing W. Tower, early 16th-century, etc.126
(2) Rochford Hall, c. 1540–50: Plan128
    "   "   "    From the N.E.127
    "   "   "    Turret, etc., N.E. angle of N.E. courtyard56–7
    "   "   "    S.W. angle of middle block56–7
(3) Almshouses, N. side of Church Street, early 17th-century56–7
(5) Shops and tenements, E. side of South Street, probably 16th-centuryxl
(6) House, 40 yards N. of (5), E. side of South Street, 15th-century and laterxxxv
(8) House, opposite N. end of North Street, 17th-centuryxxxiv–v
76. RUNWELL.
(1) The Church, c. 1200 and later: Plan130
    "   "    W. Tower, 15th-centuryxxxii–iii
    "   "    N. Porch, late 15th-centuryxxxix
    "   "    S. Porch, late 15th-centuryxxxix
    "   "    Communion Plate: cup and cover-paten, 1562xliv
    "   "    Poor-box131
(2) Fleming's Farm, late 16th or early 17th-century: N.W. front132
(3) Gifford's Farm, 16th-centuryxxxiv–v
(4) Church End, 17th-centuryxl–i
78. SANDON.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan133
    "   "   "   "    From the S.E.133
    "   "    S. Porch, early 16th-centuryxxxviii
    "   "    Glass: three shields in S.E. window of chancelxliv–v
    "   "    Pillar-piscina in chancel, 12th-centuryxlv
    "   "    Pulpit, late 15th-century79
(3) Cottage, E. of church, 16th-century57
79. SHOPLAND.
(1) The Church, early 12th-century and later: Plan135
    "   "    S. Porch, early 15th-century137
    "   "    Font, early 13th-centuryxlii–iii
(4) Beauchamps: E. front, with pargeting, dated 1688136
    "    Details of pargeting and ceiling152
80. SOUTH BENFLEET.
(1) The Church, mid 12th-century and later: dated Plan137
    "   "    S. Porch, late 15th-century137
    "   "    S. Porch, interior, late 15th-century, and S. doorway, mid 15th-century140
82. SOUTH HANNINGFIELD.
(1) The Church, early 12th-century and later: Plan139
    "   "   "   "   "    From the S.xxxviii–ix
    "   "    S. door with iron-work, late 14th or early 15th-century4–5
83. SOUTH OCKENDON.
(1) The Church, early 12th-century and later: dated Plan140
    "   "    N. doorway, late 12th-century, re-set in the 15th century120
    "   "    W. Tower, c. 1230–40xxxii–iii
    "   "    Brass [of Sir Ingram Bruyn, 1400]56
    "   "    Chest in N. chapel, 14th-century or earlierxliii
    "   "    Monument in N. chapel of Sir Richard Saltonstall, 1601141
(3) South Ockendon Hall: Interior of Barn, late 15th or early 16th-centuryxli
South Ockendon Hall: Plan of moat and ponds141
84. SOUTH SHOEBURY.
(3) The Church, mid 12th-century and later: Plan144
    "   "    Recesses in S.E. angle of nave, early 13th-century104
85. SOUTHCHURCH.
(1) The Church, mid 12th-century and later: Plan145
(4) Bournesgreen Farm, 16th-century and laterxxxv
86. SOUTHMINSTER.
(1) The Church, early 12th-century and later: Plan146
    "   "    Stone vault of North Porch, 15th-century146
87. STANFORD-LE-HOPE.
(1) The Church, c. 1180 and later: dated Plan148
    "   "    Interior showing N. arcade, 13th-century, S.E. arch, late 12th-century, etc.147
    "   "    Recess in N. wall of chancel, 14th-century, and altar-tomb, c. 1500105
    "   "    Screen in W. archway of S. chapel, late 14th or early 15th-century4–5
(4) Hassenbrook Hall: S.E. wall and doorway in garden, early 17th-century64
(5) House N. of Hassenbrook Hall, 16th-century57
(10) Manor Farm (formerly Cabborns), 15th-century and laterxxxiv–v
88. STEEPLE.
(2) Stanesgate Priory, early 12th-century and later: Plan152
    "   "   "   "   "    Ruined Churchxxxiii
(4) Stanesgate Abbey Farm, 16th-century and later57
89. STIFFORD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan153
    "   "    E. end of S. chapel, showing mid 13th-century windows, etc.53
    "   "    Corbel and capital, E. respond, S. arcade, 1260–70161
    "   "    N. door, 16th-century, with re-set iron-work, early 13th-century4–5
    "   "    Brass of Ralph Perchehay, c. 1380160
(2) Ford Place: Gables from the S.E., with initials and date, 1655127
    "   "    From the N.E.56–7
    "   "    Ceiling of S.E. room, c. 1655153
    "   "   "   "   "    Detail152
    "   "    Ceiling of S.W. room, late 17th-century153
    "   "   "   "    Panel in N.W. angle152
(7) Cottage 90 yards W. of Church, 17th-centuryxl–i
(8) Cottage 70 yards W.N.W. of Church, 17th-centuryxl–i
(10) Cottage 120 yards W. of Church, 17th-centuryxl–i
90. STOCK.
(1) The Church, 14th-century or earlier: Plan155
    "   "    From the S.W., showing the 15th-century Belfry156
    "   "    W. doorway and window of Belfry, 15th-century157
(2) Almshouses founded by Richard Twedye, 16th-century56–7
91. STOW MARIES.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan156
    "   "    From the N.W.xxxviii–ix
(2) Stow Hall, early 17th-century57
92. SUTTON.
(1) The Church, early 12th-century and later: Plan157
    "   "   "   "   "    From the S.E.xxxii
    "   "    S. doorway, early 13th-century121
93. THUNDERSLEY.
(1) The Church, c. 1200 or earlier: Plan158
    "   "    Capitals of N. and S. arcades, early 13th-century161
94. TILLINGHAM.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan159
    "   "   "   "    From the S.xxxii
(3) West Hyde, 17th-centuryxl–i
(4) Reddings, early 16th-centuryxxxv
(6) Bridgemans, 17th-centuryxl–i
95. UPMINSTER.
(1) The Church, c. 1200 and later: Plan160
    "   "    West Tower, c. 1200; bell-chamber, laterxxxii–iii
(3) Upminster Hall, late 16th-century: W. frontxxxiv–v
(4) Great Tomkyns, 15th-century: S. frontxxxiv
    "   "   "    W. end of S. frontxxxiv
    "   "   "    Interior of Hall65
    "   "    Interior of Barn, 17th-centuryxli
96. VANGE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century or earlier: Plan162
    "   "    Font, 12th-centuryxlii–iii
(3) Merricks: Barn, late 16th or early 17th-centuryxli
97. WENNINGTON.
(1) The Church, early 13th-century and later: Plan163
    "   "    Chest, 13th-century: part of lid, laterxliii
    "   "    Font-cover, early 17th-century104
    "   "    Hour-glass stand, 17th-century104
    "   "    Pulpit, 17th-century4
98. WEST HANNINGFIELD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan165
    "   "    Belfry, from the S.xxxviii–ix
    "   "    Timber-construction in belfry, 15th-centuryxxxviii–ix
    "   "    Chest, dug-out, 13th or 14th-centuryxliii
    "   "    Font, 14th-centuryxlii–iii
(2) The Meeting House, 16th-century. From the S.W.32
    "   "   "    Paintings in attics, W. wing, c. 1615166
(9) Elm's Farm, 16th and 17th-centuryxxxiv–v
100. WEST THURROCK.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan168
    "   "   "   "    From the N.W.167
    "   "   "   "    Interior147
    "   "    Effigies [of Sir Christopher Holford, 1608, and his wife]172
    "   "    Piscina in chancel, 13th-centuryxlv
101. WEST TILBURY.
(2) The Church, late 11th or early 12th-century: Plan170
(3) Tilbury Fort: Gatehouse, c. 1682: S. frontFrontispiece
    "   "   "   "    N. side64
(5) Marshall's Farm, 16th-centuryxxxv
102. WICKFORD.
(6) Shot Farm, late 16th-centuryxl–i
    "   "    Barn, late 16th-centuryxli
103. WOODHAM FERRERS.
(1) The Church, late 12th-century and later: dated Plan173
    "   "    Monument of Cecilie, wife of Edwin Sandys, Archbishop of York, 1610; erected 1619105
    "   "    Double piscina in chancel, mid 13th-centuryxlv
(2) Bicknacre Priory, c. 1250: Plan174
    "   "    Remains from the S.E.173
(7) House E. of churchyard, 16th-centuryxxxiv–v
(11) Quilters Farm, 17th-century57
104. WOODHAM MORTIMER.
(4) Nursery Farm: chimney-stack, late 16th or early 17th-century57
(5) Tyndales: chimney-stack: 16th-century57
Addenda to Volumes II and III.
LITTLE BADDOW (Vol. II).
Church: Wall-painting of St. Christopher, 15th-century184
WOODHAM WALTER (Vol. II).
The Church: Glass in middle window of N. aisle, 15th-centuryxliv–v
COLCHESTER (Vol. III).
Roman pavement in garden S. of East Hill (in situ)185
Essex generally:
Stone Mouldings in Essex183–4
Masons' Marks in Essex181
Carved Stones of Pre-Conquest Datexxxi
Types of Mediaeval Housesxxxv