Classes of documents in the Essex Record Office used

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Victoria County History

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W. R. Powell (Editor)

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1956

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'Classes of documents in the Essex Record Office used', A History of the County of Essex: Volume 4: Ongar Hundred (1956), pp. XVIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=15525 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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LIST OF CLASSES OF DOCUMENTS IN THE ESSEX RECORD OFFICE USED IN THIS VOLUME, WITH THEIR CLASS NUMBERS

Court of Quarter Sessions
Q/SR Sessions Rolls
Q/SB Sessions Bundles
Q/SO Sessions Order Books
Q/AB County Bridges
Q/AC Committees
Q/RDc Inclosure Awards
Q/RRp Returns of Papists' Estates
Q/RRw Returns of Nonconformists' and Roman Catholics' places of worship
Q/RTh Hearth Tax Assessments
Q/RPl Land Tax Assessments
Q/RPr Registers of Parliamentary Electors
Q/RUm Public Undertakings: plans of schemes
Q/RSg Deputations to Gamekeepers
Q/RSw Workhouse Agreements
Q/RLv Recognizances of Licensed Victuallers and Alehouse-keepers
Q/CP Clerk of the Peace: Precedents
Q/CR Clerk of the Peace: Parliamentary Returns
County Council Transferred Records
G/EM Poor Law Guardians, Epping Union: Minute Books
G/OnM Poor Law Guardians, Ongar Union: Minute Books
Deposited Records
D/D Estate and Family Archives (many subclasses)
D/AE Archdeaconry of Essex Records
D/CT Diocesan Records: Tithe Apportionments and Maps
D/P Parish Records
D/Q Charity Records
D/T Turnpike Records
Transcripts
T/ (Document or collection indicated by addition of another letter)

Some of the foregoing classes contain sub-classes which are denoted by additional letters, not shown here but fully cited in footnotes in this volume. The group called 'Transcripts' includes all forms of copies or catalogues of documents of which the originals are elsewhere. The wills proved in the court of the Archdeacon of Essex (D/AE), cited in this volume as 'Archd. Essex', were transferred from Somerset House, London, to the Essex Record Office while this volume was being printed.