Appendix

An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 1, North West. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1916.

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APPENDIX.

PART I. (fn. n1)

Alabaster Figures and Monuments in Churches.

(By Centuries.)

Alien Houses, see under Religious Houses.

Almshouses.

(By Centuries.)

Altar Slabs.

Altars.

Altar tombs, see under Monuments, funeral.

Apses.

Arabesque Work.

Armour.

(See also) Brasses and Indents, military; and Effigies, military.

Funeral Helms.

Helmets.

Swords, etc.

Aumbries, see under Lockers.

Austin Canons, see under Religious Houses.

Baberies.

Baptist Chapels, see under Nonconformist Chapels.

Barge Boards.

Barns.

(By Centuries.)

Barrows (see Tumuli under Earthworks).

Baths, Roman, see under Roman Remains.

Bay windows.

Bell-cots and bell-turrets.

Bellfounders.

(Names.)

Bellframes.

(By Centuries.)

Bells.

Ecclesiastical:

Pre-Reformation (before 1547).

Post-Reformation (after 1547).

Bench ends, see under Seating.

Benedictines, see Religious Houses.

Bibles, see under Books.

Bible box.

Biers.

Bone-holes or charnels.

Books and Libraries.

Boundary Banks and Mounds, see under Earthworks.

Brackets; Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Brasses and Indents.

Civil:

Men.

(By Centuries.)

Women.

(By Centuries.)

Ecclesiastical:

Men.

(By Centuries.)

Women.

(By Centuries.)

Military.

(By Centuries.)

Palimpsest inscriptions without figures, etc.

Bridges.

Building Material.

Busts.

Camps, see under Earthworks.

Candelabra and candlesticks.

Carthusians (see Religious Houses).

Castles (with Masonry Remains).

See also under Earthworks.

Ceilings: Barrel vault.

(By Centuries.)

Coved.

(By Centuries.)

Painted.

(By Centuries.)

Panelled.

(By Centuries.)

Plaster.

(By Centuries.)

Timber.

(By Centuries.)

Vaulted, see under Vaulting.

Cellars.

Chairs, see under Furniture.

Chapels; see also Nonconformist Chapels.

Attached to Churches.

(By Centuries.)

Standing detached.

(By Centuries.)

Attached to Houses.

(By Centuries.)

Charnel, see Bone-hole.

Chests, see under Furniture.

Chimneys.

(By Centuries.)

Cistercians, see under Religious Houses.

Clocks.

Cluniacs, see under Religious Houses.

Coffin lids and slabs, see under Monuments, funeral.

Coins.

Colleges (Gross reference to names).

Communion Tables.

(By Centuries.)

Communion Rails.

Congregational Chapels, see under Nonconformist Chapels.

Consecration Crosses, see under Crosses.

Contour Camps, see under Earthworks.

Corbel Tables.

Cottages, see under Domestic Architecture.

Crests, see Badges and Crests, under Heraldry.

Crosses.

Churchyard.

(By Centuries.)

On Coffin Lids in Churches.

(By Centuries.)

Consecration.

Gable.

Incised.

(By Centuries.)

Market and Boundary.

Village.

Crypts.

Cupboards, see under Furniture.

Cupolas or Lanterns.

Dedication of Churches.

Domestic Architecture.

(By Centuries.)

Doors.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

(By Centuries.)

Roodloft, see under Roodloft.

Doorways.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

(By Centuries.)

Dovecotes.

(By Centuries.)

Earthworks.

Boundary Banks and Mounds, see also Lines of Entrenchment below.

Contour Camps.

Enclosures.

Fishponds.

Homestead Moats.

Linces, Linchets and Lynchets, see under "Linchets."

Lines of Entrenchment, see also Boundary Banks above.

Moated Mounds.

Moated Sites.

Mount and Bailey, Castles (without Masonry).

Pit Dwellings (see Pit Dwellings).

Plateau Camp.

Ring Work.

Roman, see under Roman.

Tumuli.

Village Sites and Enclosures.

Easter Sepulchre.

(By Centuries.)

Effigies in Churches (see also Alabasters).

Civil.

Men.

(By Centuries.)

Women.

(By Centuries.)

Ecclesiastical.

Men.

(By Centuries.)

Women.

(By Centuries.)

Military.

Men.

(By Centuries.)

Women.

(By Centuries.)

Enclosures, see under Earthworks.

Entrenchments, see under Earthworks.

Farmhouses, see Domestic Architecture.

Figures, see under Images.

Firebacks.

Fireplaces, Mantel-pieces, and Chimney-pieces Brick.

(By Centuries.)

Marble.

(By Centuries.)

Stone.

(By Centuries.)

Wood.

(By Centuries.)

Fish Ponds, see under Earthworks.

Flemish Glass (see also Glass (Foreign)).

Flintwork faced, see under Building Material.

Floor Slabs, see under Monuments, funeral.

Fonts.

(By Centuries.)

Font Covers.

(By Centuries.)

Friends Meeting Houses, see under Nonconformist Chapels.

Friars, see under Religious Houses.

Friezes.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

(By Centuries.)

Funeral Helms, see under Armour.

Furniture.

Chairs.

In Churches.

(By Centuries.)

In Houses.

(By Centuries.)

Chests.

In Churches.

(By Centuries.)

In Houses.

(By Centuries.)

Cupboards.

Tables, see also Communion Tables.

Galleries.

Ecclesiastical.

Secular.

Gargoyles.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

(By Centuries.)

Gatehouses.

(By Centuries.)

Gateposts.

(By Centuries.)

Gateways.

(By Centuries.)

Gauntlets, see under Armour.

Gilbertines, see under Religious Houses.

Glass.

English.

(By Centuries.)

Foreign. (See also Flemish Glass.)

(By Centuries.)

Heraldic, see under Heraldry.

Gravestones, see under Monuments, funeral.

Heart-burials.

Helmets, see under Armour.

Heraldry. (See also Royal Arms.)

(1) Arms, Coats of, under the sub-heading:—

(a) Blazoned and identified.

(b) Blazoned but not identified.

Badges and Crests.

(Names.)

Funeral Hatchments.

Heraldic Glass—(run on numbers).

Heraldic Plasterwork.

Homestead Moats, see under Earthworks.

Hospitallers, see under Military Orders.

Hour Glass stands.

Hundreds. (See Map.)

Images, Statues and Figures.

On Brasses, see Brasses and Indents.

Ecclesiastical.

Secular.

See also Effigies.

Incised Figures in Churches.

Inns, see under Domestic Architecture.

Inns, names of

Inscriptions.

On Altar Crosses.

On Beams.

On Coffin lids.

Commemorating erection of or repairs to buildings.

On Communion Tables.

On Doorways.

On Glass.

Incised Stones.

Miscellaneous.

On Plate.

On Sundials.

On Tiles.

Ironwork.

Firebraks.

Hinges and other Fittings.

(By Centuries.)

Railings, etc.

Lanterns, see also Cupolas.

Lecterns.

(By Centuries.)

Leper Houses.

Libraries, see under Books.

Linchets.

Lockers or Aumbries.

Ecclesiastical.

Secular.

Low-side Windows.

(By Centuries.)

Lychgates.

Mason's Marks.

Malthouses.

Mantelpieces, see under Fireplaces, Mantelpieces, Chimneypieces.

Merchant's Marks.

Military Orders.

Hospitallers,

Templars.

Mills.

Misericordes, see also Baberies.

Moated Mounds, see under Earthworks.

Monasteries, see under Religions Houses.

Monuments, funeral. (See also Alabasters.)

(By Centuries.)

Altar Tombs.

(By Centuries.)

Brasses and Indents, see that title.

Coffin lids and slabs.

(By Centuries.)

Coffins.

Effigies, see that title.

Floor Slabs.

(By Centuries.)

Mural.

(By Centuries.)

Recesses.

(By Centuries.)

Sarcophagi.

(By Centuries.)

Slabs, see also Mural, above,

(By Centuries.)

Tablets, see Mural, above.

Tombs in Churchyards.

Mount and Bailey Castles, see under Earthworks.

Niches.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

(By Centuries.)

Nonconformist Chapels:—

Baptist.

Congregationalist.

Friends.

Oriel Windows.

(By Centuries.)

Oriels (in Halls).

Outbuildings, see also Barns.

(By Centuries.)

Ovens.

Overmantels, see also Fireplaces, Mantelpieces and Chimney pieces.

Plaster.

(By Centuries.)

Stone.

(By Centuries.)

Wood.

(By Centuries.)

Paintings.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Mural.

On Panels.

On Canvas.

Secular. Mural.

(By Centuries.)

Panelling.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

(By Centuries.)

Pavements, see also Roman Remains.

(By Centuries.)

Pews, see under Seating.

Pigeon Houses, see under Dovecotes.

Piscinae.

(By Centuries.)

Pit Dwellings.

Plaster work.

Plateau Camps, see under Earthworks.

Plate, Church.

before 1547.

after 1547.

Alms dishes.

before 1547.

after 1547.

Cups.

before 1547.

after 1547.

Poor-boxes.

Porches.

Shell.

Timber.

(By Centuries.)

Two-storeyed.

(By Centuries.)

Three-storeyed.

(By Centuries.)

Porch-Chambers.

Pre-Conquest work.

Premonstratensions, see under Religious Houses.

Pulpits.

(By Centuries.)

Quaker Chapels, see under Nonconformist Chapels

Rainwater Heads and Pipes.

(By Centuries.)

Recesses, see also under Monuments, funeral.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

(By Centuries.)

Religious Houses, see also Military Orders under these orders.

Alien Houses.

Austin (Black) Canons.

Benedictines (Black) Monks.

Nuns.

Cluniacs.

Carthusian Monks.

Cistercians (White) Monks.

Nuns.

Friars:—

Austin.

Carmelite (White).

Dominican (Black or Preachers).

Franciscan (Grey or Minor).

Other Orders.

Gilbertine Canons.

Premonstratensian (White) Canons.

Reredoses.

(By Centuries.)

Ring work, see under Earthworks.

Roman remains:—

Baths.

Burials (with structural features).

Mosaics, etc.

Roads.

Settlements.

Structural fragments in later buildings.

Temples.

Rood-lofts.

Doors and Doorways.

Stairs and stair turrets.

Rood screen, see Screens.

Roofs.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

(By Centuries.)

Vaulted.

(By Centuries.)

Royal Arms.

Saints, see under individual names and under Dedications.

Schools.

(By Centuries.)

Screens.

Ecclesiastical.

Stone.

(By Centuries.)

Wooden.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

Stone.

(By Centuries.)

Wooden.

(By Centuries.)

Seating.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

(By Centuries.)

Stone seats.

Sedilia.

(By Centuries.)

Shields, see under Heraldry.

Shutters.

(By Centuries.)

Slabs, see under Monuments, funeral.

Sounding Boards.

Spires.

Squints.

Staircases.

In Churches. Roodloft Turret Wooden All by Centuries.

In Houses. Stone Wooden By Centuries.

Stalls, see also Seating.

Statues, see Images.

Stocks.

Stoups.

(By Centuries.)

Summerhouses.

Sundials.

Mural.

Pedestal.

Tables, see under Furniture and Communion Tables.

Tapestries.

Templars, see under Military Orders.

Tiles, paving.

(By Centuries.)

Roman, see under Roman Remains (structural fragments).

Tombs, see under Monuments, funeral.

Tombstones, see under Monuments, funeral.

Towers.

Ecclesiastical.

(By Centuries.)

Secular.

(By Centuries.)

Round Towers.

Transepts.

Tumuli, see under Earthworks.

Turf-cuttings.

Turrets.

Bell, see that title.

Stair.

Ecclesiastical.

Secular.

Roodloft, see under Rood-lofts.

Vaulting.

(By Centuries.)

Village Crosses, see under Crosses.

Village sites and enclosures, see under Earthworks.

Walls, garden and boundary

(By Centuries.)

Weather vanes.

Wells.

Whipping posts.

Windmills.

Footnotes

  • n1. Appendix II is intended only as a guide to the Official Indexer, and is therefore not printed with the report.