List of Illustrations

An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 2, Central and South west. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1921.

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' List of Illustrations', in An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 2, Central and South west, (London, 1921) pp. ii-x. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/rchme/essex/vol2/ii-x [accessed 12 April 2024]

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

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1. ABBESS RODING.
(1) The Church, re-built in the 14th-century: Plan 1
     "     " Glass, figure of Bishop, 15th-century xxxiv
     "     " Chancel-screen, late 15th-century 2
(4) Rookwood Hall: Barn, Interior of Roof, early 16th-century 114
2. AYTHORPE RODING.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 3
3. BARKING.
(2) The Church, 13th-century and later: dated Plan 5
     "     " Font Bowl (now at Creeksmouth) and stem, early 17th-century xxxii
     "     " Slab to Martin, Vicar of Barking [1328] 103
     "     " Recess in N.E. pier of tower, 15th-century 85
(3) The Abbey, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 8
     "     " The Fire-bell Gate: Exterior, 15th-century 7
     "     "     "     "     "     " Stone Rood, late 12th or early 13th-century 7
(4) Eastbury House, 16th-century: Plan 9
     "     "     "     " Exterior from N.W. and S.E. 11
     "     "     "     " Wall-paintings 10
4. BARNSTON.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 11
     "     " South doorway, 12th-century xxxi
     "     " Piscina, c. 1200 6
5. BEAUCHAMP RODING.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 13
6. BERNERS RODING.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 14
     "     " East window, 16th-century 271
7. BLACKMORE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 16
     "     " W. doorway, 12th-century and Interior of Tower, 15th-century 17
8. BLACK NOTLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 18
(6) Stanton's Farm, mid 14th-century: Plans, sections and details 20
     "     " Parts of Roof-trusses 114
(8) Black Notley Lodge, late 17th or early 18th-century 270
(16) Cottage, Baker's Lane, 15th-century: Chimney, c. 1600 128
10. BOREHAM.
(1) The Church, 11th or 12th-century and later: dated Plan 23
     "     " Interior showing Tower arch, 14th-century, and the 11th or 12th-century arches 16
     "     " Font, early 14th-century xxxii
     "     " Monument to Earls of Sussex, 15[4]2, 1556/7 and 1583 23
     "     " Recess, E. wall of Nave, early 12th-century, and Piscina, c. 1340 xxx
(4) New Hall, early 16th-century and later: Plans 24, 25
     "     " South Front, late 16th-century 22
     "     " Achievement of Arms of Henry VIII 85
(6) Bird's Farm, 16th-century 110
11. BRAINTREE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 27
(2) Blandford House: Elizabethan Royal Arms in terra-cotta xxxvi
(47) House in Little Square, late 16th-century 96
Plan of town showing positions of monuments 31
12. BRENTWOOD.
(1) Chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr, 14th-century: Plan 35
(2) The White Hart Inn: N.W. wing in Courtyard, late 15th-century 49
13. BROOMFIELD.
(1) The Church, 11th-century and later: dated Plan 38
     "     " from the South, showing the West Tower, early 12th-century 43
(3) Priors: The staircase, c. 1600 39
15. CHELMSFORD.
(2) The Cathedral, 15th-century and later: dated Plan 41
     "     "     "     "     " from the South-east 42
     "     " Archway N. side of Chancel, early 15th-century xxx
(28) The Friary, Moulsham Street, late 15th or early 16th-century 45
Plan of town showing positions of monuments 43
16. CHIGNALL.
(1) The Church of St. James, 13th or 14th-century and later: Plan 44
(2) The Church of St. Nicholas, Chignall Smealey, early 16th-century: Plan 45
     "     "     "     "     "     " Communion cup, 1617 xxxix
(7) Gray's Farm, 15th-century and later 110
17. CHIGWELL.
(2) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 47
     "     " Communion Plate, 16th, 17th and 18th-century xxxix
(8) The King's Head Inn, early 17th-century: West front. 49
     "     "     "     " Fireplace and overmantel, 17th-century 247
(12) Turnour's Hall: Fireplace and overmantel, 17th-century 247
18. CHINGFORD.
(1) The Old Parish Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 49
     "     "     "     " Three internal views 53
(5) Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge, early 16th-century: Plan and Sketch 51
19. CHIPPING ONGAR.
(2) The Church, 11th-century and later: Plan 52
     "     " from the North-west 52
(3) Ongar Castle (Mount and bailey), 12th-century: Plan 54
(10) House in High Street, early 17th-century 129
20. DAGENHAM.
(1) The Church: 13th-century and later: Plan 55
     "     " Communion Cup: 1587 56
21. DODDINGHURST.
(1) The Church, South Porch, late 15th or early 16th-century 186
(16) The Stocks, probably early 18th-century 258
22. EAST HAM.
(2) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 59
     "     " from the South-east 61
     "     " Interior showing Chancel and Apse 60
     "     " Font, dated 1639 xxxii
(3) Boleyn Castle, 16th-century: Plan 61
23. EPPING.
(2) Coopersale House: Fireplaces and overmantels, 17th-century 247
24. EPPING UPLAND.
(1) Ambresbury Banks (Plateau Camp), prehistoric: Plan 64
(2) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 63
25. FAIRSTED.
(1) The Church, 11th-century and later: Plan 66
26. FAULKBOURNE.
(2) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan. 68
     "     " Brick window in Nave, 16th-century 271
     "     " Glass, shield of arms, 14th-century xxxvi
(3) Faulkbourne Hall, 15th-century and later: Plan 70
     "     " from the North-east 71
     "     " North Front 75
     "     " Main staircase, c. 1640 70
     "     " Stair turret in N.E. Tower, 15th-century 70
     "     " Vaulted bay window in N. Front, 15th-century 70
     "     " Glass, quarry with belt and cords, 16th-century 71
(7) (8) (9) Cottages in village, 17th-century 97
27. FELSTEAD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 73
     "     " Easter Sepulchre, 14th-century 85
     "     " Monument to Richard, Lord Rich, 1566 74
(9) Gatehouse Farm, late 14th-century: Plan, section and details 77
     "     " Part of roof truss 114
Village showing monuments (13), (14), etc. 81
     "     "     " (15) Boote's House, c. 1596, etc. 45
(13) Old School House: Windows in lych-gate, 16th-century 80
(15) Boote's House, c. 1596: Carved bracket 80
(68) Brook Cottages, 17th-century 97
(71) House, N. of Brook Farm, late 16th-century 128
(98) Hatley's Farm, 16th-century 97
(111) Mill basins at Leighs Priory: Plan 84
28. FYFIELD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 85
     "     " Interior of Chancel, c. 1330–40 84
29. GOOD EASTER.
(1) The Church, c. 1200 and later: dated Plan 88
     "     " Coffin-lid, 13th-century, and Chair, 17th-century 103
(15) Gatehouse, 17th-century 128
30. GREAT CANFIELD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 90
     "     " Interior showing chancel-arch, etc., early 12th-century 93
     "     " North doorway, 12th-century xxxi
     "     " South doorway, 12th-century 92
     "     " Chest, 17th-century xxxiii
     "     " Paintings in Chancel, late 12th or early 13th-century 92
(2) Canfield Castle: Plan 92
31. GREAT HALLINGBURY.
(1) Wallbury Camp, Pre-historic: Plan 94
(2) The Church, 11th-century and later: Plan 95
     "     " Chancel-arch, late 11th-century, and high Piscina xxx
(20) Cottage near Latchmore Common, 17th-century 97
32. GREAT ILFORD.
(2) Ilford Hospital, Chapel, 14th-century and later: Plan 97
     "     " Glass quarries with badge of Sir John Gresham, 16th-century 97
     "     " Glass panels with arms and mark of Sir John Gresham, 16th-century xxxvii
     "     " Glass, The Virgin and St. Elizabeth and Shields, 1559 and 1569 xxxvii
     "     " Monument (part of), said to be to John Smythe, 1475 251
(4) Gaysham Hall: Fireplace, early 17th-century 247
(7) Uphall Camp: Plan 98
33. GREAT LEIGHS.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 99
     "     " East window, c. 1330 xxx
     "     " Tomb-recess in N. Wall of Chancel, early 14th-century 103
     "     " Piscina and sedilia in Chancel, c. 1330 101
(14) Bream's Farm, late 15th-century 110
34. GREAT PARNDON.
(1) The Church, 15th-century and later: Plan 103
35. GREAT WALTHAM.
(1) The Church, c. 1100 and later: Plan 104
     "     " Glass, two shields of arms, late 14th-century xxxvi
     "     " Monument to Sir Anthony and Lady Everard, 1614 and 1609 102
     "     " Communion Plate including paten of 1521 xxxix
(2) Black Chapel, late 15th-century: Plan 106
     "     " Interior, looking east 186
(6) Hyde Hall, c. 1600 111
(8) Langleys: Interior of upper room in N. wing, early 17th-century 107
     "     " Interior of lower room in N. wing, early 17th-century 106
(10) House, E. of Church, late 16th-century 129
(11) (12) Houses towards Churchyard, 15th-century and later 110
(14) House in Barrack Lane, early 16th-century 44
     "     "     " Roof Truss, early 16th-century 114
(21) Ashcote Farm, 15th-century 96
(25) Fitzjohn's Farm, 15th and 16th-century 111
(45) Brook Farm, 15th-century: Chimney Stack, 16th-century 129
(70) House at How Street, 15th-century 97
(73) House at How Street 15th and 17th-century 110
36. GREENSTED.
(1) The Church, Pre-Conquest and later: dated Plan 112
     "     " from the South 112
     "     " N. wall of Nave 113
     "     " Glass, crowned head of man, c. 1500 xxxv
37. HARLOW.
(2) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 113
     "     " Chest, early 17th-century xxxiii
     "     " Glass, figure of the Virgin and Child, 14th-century xxxiv
(3) Chapel at Harlowbury, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 114
     "     "     " External views and interior of roof 115
(12) Almshouse, Churchgate Street, 1630 44
(15) The Chantry, late 16th-century 111
     "     "     " Porch and doorway 80
38. HATFIELD BROAD OAK.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 117
     "     " from the South-east 119
     "     " Communion-rails and panelling in chancel, early 18th-century 118
     "     " Effigy of Robert, third Earl of Oxford, late 13th-century 122
(28) Cottage W. of Greenhill, 17th-century 97
(31) Farmhouse, Manwood Green, c. 1600 111
Cage End, showing monuments (15), (23) and (24) 45
39. HATFIELD PEVEREL.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 123
     "     " Chest, 16th-century xxxiii
     "     " Bench-ends, late 14th-century xxxviii
     "     " Glass, arms of Evesham Abbey, 16th-century xxxvi
(3) Toppinghoe Hall, 16th-century and later 256
(20) Redrobin Farm, 15th-century and later 96
(23) House, S.W. corner of parish, late 16th-century 96
40. HAVERING-ATTE-BOWER.
(2) Stocks and whipping-post, late 17th or early 18th-century 258
41. HIGH EASTER.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 127
     "     " Interior showing Nave Roof, early 16th-century 123
     "     " Font, 14th-century xxxii
     "     " Screen in N. aisle, late 14th or early 15th-century 3
(6) Hayrons, late 15th-century 110
(7) Stagden Cross, late 16th-century 111
(26) Houseground, 17th-century 128
(29) Does, 16th-century 96
Village, by the Church, showing monuments (13) and (14) 81
42. HIGH LAVER.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 130
43. HIGH ONGAR.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 131
     "     " South doorway, 12th-century xxxi
     "     " Glass, arms of Queen Jane Seymour, c. 1536 xxxvii
44. HIGH RODING.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 133
     "     " Pulpit, 15th or early 16th-century xxxviii
(6) New Hall, early 16th-century 145
     "     " Barn, early 16th-century 145
Main street, looking south, showing monument (14), etc. 45
     "     " looking north, showing monuments (17), (16), etc. 45
45. INGATESTONE AND FRYERNING.
(1) The Church, Ingatestone, 11th-century and later: dated Plan 137
     "     "     " from the South 135
     "     "     " Monument to John Lord Petre, 1613, and Mary, his wife 138
     "     "     " Monument to Sir William Petre, 1571, and Anne, his wife 139
(2) The Church, Fryerning, 11th-century and later: Plan 138
     "     "     " from the South-east 134
     "     "     " Font, c. 1200 xxxii
(3) Ingatestone Hall, 16th-century and later: Plan 140
     "     " from the South 144
     "     " Fireplace, early 17th-century 247
     "     " Glass, arms of Petre, late 16th-century xxxvii
     "     " The Barn, late 16th-century 144
46. KELVEDON HATCH.
(4) House East of the modern Church, late 16th-century 129
47. LAMBOURNE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 143
48. LANGFORD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 145
49. LATTON.
(2) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 146
     "     " Monument to Sir Peter Arderne, 1467 103
(3) Latton Priory, early 14th-century: Plan 148
     "     " Exterior from N.W. and from N.E. 146
     "     " Interior 147
50. LEADEN RODING.
(1) The Church, 11th-century and later: Plan 149
     "     " Pulpit, early 16th-century xxxviii
51. LITTLE BADDOW.
(1) The Church, 11th-century and later: dated Plan 151
     "     " Recesses in Nave, with effigies, c. 1330 155
     "     " Effigies (oak) of man and woman, c. 1330 154
     "     " Monument to Sir Henry Mildmay, 1639 151
(6) Old Riffhams, mid 16th-century: Porch-wing 39
52. LITTLE CANFIELD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 153
     "     " Chest, 13th-century xxxiii
53. LITTLE HALLINGBURY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 155
     "     " South Porch, late 14th-century 186
(13) Cottage, at Smithy, 16th-century 97
54. LITTLE ILFORD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 156
     "     " Monument to William Waldegrave, 1610 251
55. LITTLE LAVER.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and modern: Plan 157
     "     " Font, c. 1200 xxxii
     "     " Plate, 16th and 17th-century xxxix
56. LITTLE LEIGHS.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 157
     "     " Recess, with oak effigy of priest, 14th-century 173
(2) Little Leighs Priory, 13th and 16th-century: Plan 159
     "     "     " The inner gatehouse, 16th-century 159
     "     "     " The outer gatehouse, 16th-century 158
     "     "     " Doors to gatehouse, 16th-century 160
     "     "     " Outer courtyard, 16th-century 161
     "     "     " Chimneys of inner gatehouse 160
     "     "     " Conduit head, 16th-century 160
     "     "     " Foundations of church, 13th-century 161
     "     "     " Remains of S.W. pier of central crossing, 13th-century 161
(4) House opposite Church, early 16th-century 97
58. LITTLE WALTHAM.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 162
     "     " Chest, 13th or 14th-century xxxiii
     "     " Plate, Communion Cup, 1619 xxxix
(5) Belstead's Farm, late 15th-century: Chimney, 1678 128
(25) House near Winchford Bridge, 15th-century 96
59. LOUGHTON.
(1) Loughton Camp, Pre-historic: Plan 165
(5) North Farm, c. 1600 128
60. LOW LEYTON.
(2) The Church: Monument to Sir Michael Hicks, 1612 150
(4) Walnut Tree House: Fireplace, late 16th-century 247
61 MAGDALEN LAVER.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 169
     "     " North Wall of Nave, early 12th-century 52
     "     " Chancel-screen, 14th-century 3
62. MALDON ALL SAINTS.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: dated Plan 171
     "     " Arcading, etc., in South aisle, c. 1330 172
(4) The Vicarage, 15th-century and later: Exterior 44
     "     " Wall-paintings, c. 1500 246
(5) Moot Hall, 15th-century and later 177
High Street, showing monuments (10), (11), etc. 45
(17) House, Silver Street: Fireplace now in Beeleigh Abbey, late 16th-century 247
63. MALDON ST. MARY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 175
High Street, Maldon, showing monuments (2), (3), (9), (10), etc. 228
64. MALDON ST. PETER.
(1) St. Giles Hospital, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 177
     "     " W. Wall of N. transept 176
     "     " from the North 176
(2) Plume Library with the W. Tower of the former church, 15th and early 18th-century: Plan 178
     "     " Interior of the Library, early 18th-century 176
     "     "     "     " the West Tower, late 15th-century 176
(3) Beeleigh Abbey, 13th-century and later: dated Plan 179
     "     " Exterior showing part of Frater Range, etc. 183
     "     "     " showing East Front 176
     "     " Interior of Chapter House 179
     "     "     "     " Subvault to Dorter 178
     "     "     "     " Dorter 182
     "     " Fireplace, see Maldon All Saints, monument (17) 247
     "     " Glass, four figures of Saints, early 15th-century xxxv
     "     "     " The Trinity, late 15th-century xxxv
Maldon: Plan of town showing positions of monuments in the three parishes 180
65. MARGARET RODING.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 182
     "     " South doorway, 12th-century xxxi
     "     " Chest, 13th-century xxxiii
66. MARGARETTING.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 184
     "     " North Porch, early 15th-century 187
     "     " Interior of timber belfry, 15th-century 186
     "     " Glass, panel from the Jesse window, late 15th-century xxxvi
     "     " Plate, Communion Cup, 1563 xxxix
(2) Killigrews: Brick turret by the moat, early 16th-century 270
67. MASHBURY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 186
(3) Baileys, early 16th-century with later additions 111
68. MATCHING.
(1) The Church, c. 1220 and later: Plan 187
     "     " Font, 15th-century xxxii
(13) The "Marriage Feast Room," 15th-century 48
69. MORETON.
(1) The Church, c. 1220 and later: Plan 189
(7) Upper Hall, 17th-century 111
70. NAVESTOCK.
(1) The Church, 11th-century and later: dated Plan 191
71. NAZEING.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 194
     "     " from the South-east 196
     "     " Chest, possibly 14th-century xxxiii
(14) Greenleaves, early 16th-century and later 110
72. NETTESWELL.
(1) The Church, early 13th-century and later: Plan 195
     "     " Glass, figures of SS. Mary Cleophas and Mary Salome, 15th-century xxxv
73. NOAK HILL.
(1) The Church: Glass, Badge of Queen Jane Seymour, 16th-century xxxvii
74. NORTH WEALD BASSETT.
(1) The Church, c. 1330 and later: Plan 197
     "     " From the South-east 197
     "     " Chancel-screen, early 16th-century 3
(17) Marshall's Farm, 17th-century 128
75. NORTON MANDEVILLE.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 199
76. PLESHEY.
(2) The Church, c. 1400 and modern: Plan 200
(3) Pleshey Castle, 12th-century: Plan 202
     "     " The Bridge, 15th-century 202
78. ROMFORD URBAN.
(1) The Church, Monument to Sir Anthony Cooke, 1576 203
     "     "     "     " Sir George Hervy, 1605 251
     "     "     "     " Anne Carew, 1605 102
Market Place showing the Church House, (2) 15th-century and later 45
(9) Bell House, late 16th-century 128
79. ROXWELL.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and modern: Plan 205
(17) Dukes: Chimney-stack, 16th-century 129
(22) Cottages in village, 16th-century 45
(25) Skreens: Fireplace, 17th-century 247
80. ROYDON.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 207
     "     " Font: late 13th-century 6
     "     " Screen, 14th-century 3
(2) Nether Hall, 15th-century: Plan 208
     "     " From the South 208
     "     "     "     " North 209
(10) Cottage at Eastend, early 16th-century 44
81. SHEERING.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 210
     "     " Door, N. of chancel, late 14th-century 85
     "     " Glass, Coronation of the Virgin, late 14th-century xxxiv
(6) Aylmers, early 17th-century 44
84. SHENFIELD.
(1) The Church, 15th-century and later: Plan 213
     "     " North arcade of Nave, late 15th-century 113
     "     " North doorway, late 15th or early 16th-century 271
(10) Brick House Farm, early 17th-century 270
85. SOUTH WEALD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 215
(2) Weald Hall, 16th-century and later, From the North-east 215
     "     " Door, 16th-century 246
     "     " Mural painting, 16th-century 246
     "     " The Lodge ("Princess Mary's Chapel"), 16th-century 270
(5) The Golden Fleece Inn, 15th-century 110
(6) Brook House, c. 1700 270
(10) The Tower Arms Inn, 1704 48
86. SPRINGFIELD.
(1) The Church, c. 1100 and later: Plan 218
     "     " N.W. window of chancel, c. 1330 xxx
     "     " Font, late 12th-century xxxii
     "     " Glass, quarry with the Vere cranket 219
87. STANFORD RIVERS.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 220
(8) Does, late 16th-century 129
88. STAPLEFORD ABBOTS.
(2) Albyns, late 16th-century and later: Plan 223
     " From the South-west 214
     " Drawing Room, overmantel and ceiling, early 17th-century 223
     " Study, fireplace, overmantel and ceiling, late 16th-century 225
     " Long Gallery, fireplace and overmantel, early 17th-century 222
     " S.W. room (ground floor), fireplace late 16th-century, and overmantel early 17th-century 222
     " Main staircase, early 17th-century 224
     " Garden gateposts, late 17th-century 158
(6) Cottage at Martin's Hern, 17th-century 44
89. STAPLEFORD TAWNEY.
(1) The Church, c. 1220 and later: Plan 225
90. STONDON MASSEY.
(1) The Church, c. 1100 and later: Plan 226
91. TERLING.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 228
     "     " South Porch, 15th-century 38
(5) The Manor House, 15th-century and later, from the South-west 229
(6) Ringer's Farm: Front door, late 14th or early 15th-century 80
(22) Eyarts Farm, 17th-century 129
     "     " Carved angle bracket, 17th-century 80
(27) Sparrow's Farm, 17th-century 129
(30) Terling Hall, 15th-century and later 96
Village, showing monuments (9) (10) and (12) 228
93. THEYDON GARNON.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: dated Plan 232
     "     " Interior showing oak arcade, c. 1644 231
94. THEYDON MOUNT.
(1) The Church, late 16th-century: Plan 233
     "     " Tower and Porch from the South 271
     "     " Monument to Sir Thomas Smith, 1577 235
     "     "     "     " Sir William Smyth, 1626 234
     "     "     "     " Sir William Smith, 1631 230
(2) Hill Hall, late 16th-century and later: Plan 235
     "     " South Front 236
     "     " Courtyard from South-east 237
95. ULTING.
(1) The Church, 13th century; Plan 236
(6) Tanhouse Farm, late 16th-century 128
96. WALTHAM HOLY CROSS.
(1) Waltham Abbey Church, late 11th-century and later: Plan 238
     "     "     " From the South-east Frontispiece.
     "     "     " North arcade towards the East, 12th-century 239
     "     "     " South arcade towards the East, 12th-century 238
     "     "     " West bays of N. arcade, 12th-century altered in the 14th-century 241
     "     "     " West bays of S. arcade, 12th-century altered in the 14th-century 240
     "     "     " West Wall of South transept, late 11th-century 243
     "     "     " South doorway, 12th-century 243
     "     "     " West doorway of Nave, 14th-century 243
     "     "     " West doorway of Tower, 14th-century re-set 243
     "     "     " Screen in N. aisle, mid 14th-century and c. 1400 3
     "     "     " Sculpture, E. end of S. aisle, early 14th-century 85
     "     " Monastic buildings: Plan 240
     "     "     "Potato Cellar," part of cloister-range, late 12th-century 242
     "     " Gatehouse, late 14th-century 243
     "     " Bridge, 14th-century 243
(5) House in Market Square: Carved angle bracket, 17th-century 80
Pillory now in the Church, 17th-century 258
Stocks and whipping-post, now in the church, 1598 258
97. WALTHAMSTOW.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 246
     "     " Font, 1714 xxxii
     "     " Monument to Sir Thomas Merry, 1632 251
(3) Essex Hall: Fireplace, 17th-century 247
(4) "Monox" Almshouses, c. 1527 and later 270
(8) No. 317 Hoe Street: Front door. c. 1700 80
(12) Glass in chapel of Forest School, late 13th or early 14th-century xxxvii
98. WANSTEAD.
(2) The Church: Monument to Sir Josiah Child, Bart., 1699 250
(3) Manor House: Front door, early 18th-century 80
(5) Stone Hall: Ceiling, early 17th-century 246
     "     " Fireplace, early 17th-century 247
(6) Elm House: Staircase 246
99. WEST HAM.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 251
100. WHITE NOTLEY.
(1) The Church, 11th-century and later: dated Plan 253
     "     " S.W. window of Chancel, c. 1330 xxx
     "     " South Porch, 14th-century 186
     "     " Glass, figure of King, 13th-century xxxiv
     "     " Niche, with painting of early 16th-century 85
(2) White Notley Hall, 16th-century and later: Plan 255
     "     "     " North side 256
101. WHITE RODING.
(2) The Church, 11th or 12th-century and later: Plan 256
     "     " South Porch, early 17th-century 186
(13) Colville Hall: Gateway in field, c. 1500 270
     "     " Outbuilding, c. 1500 44
102. WICKHAM BISHOPS.
(1) The Old Parish Church, 11th-century and later: Plan 258
     "     "     " From the South, and from South-west 259
     "     "     " Interior of Nave 259
     "     "     " Font, 15th-century 259
(2) Wickham Hall: Glass Quarries 259
104. WILLINGALE DOE.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 260
     "     " Exterior (with Willingale Spain Church) 196
     "     " Monument to Robert Wiseman, 1641, and others 102
105. WILLINGALE SPAIN.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 262
     "     " From the South-west 196
106. WITHAM.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: dated Plan 263
     "     " South doorway, 12th-century re-setin the 14th-century 38
     "     " Funeral helms, 15th-17th-century 85
     "     " Monument to Mary Harve, 1592 251
(2) Earthworks: Plan 266
(4) Cottages, Chipping Hill, 1714 96
(41) House, Bridge Street, early 16th-century 44
(45) Benton Hall, 17th-century 111
(49) Powers Hall: Barn, Interior, 15th-century 114
Chipping Hill to eastwards showing monuments (10), (13), (14) etc. 257
     "     " westwards showing monuments (11), (12), (15) etc. 257
Plan of the town showing positions of monuments 268
108. WOODHAM WALTER.
(1) The Church, 1563: Plan 270
     "     " From the North-east 271
(4) The Bell Inn, 16th-century 96
109. WRITTLE.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: dated Plan 272
     "     " Doorway, 14th-century, and monuments in chancel 273
     "     " Bench-end, late 15th-century xxxviii
     "     " Bench-end, early 16th-century xxxviii
The Green, shewing (1) the Church, (12) Aubyns and (13) Mundays 272