Plate 25: House With Exposed Timber-Framing

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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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Houses with Exposed Timber-Framing.

Sheering. (6) Aylmers; early 17th-century.

Witham. (41) House in Bridge Street; early 16th-century.

Harlow. (12) Almshouse, Churchyard Gate, Churchgate Street; 1630.

White Roding. (13) Outbuilding at Colville Hall; c. 1500.

Great Waltham. (14) House in Barrack Lane; early 16th-century.

Maldon All Saints. (4) The Vicarage; 15th-century and later.

Roydon. (10) Cottage at Eastend; early 16th-century.

Stapleford Abbots. (6) Cottage at Martin's H/?/rn; 17th-century.