List of illustrations

An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 3, North East. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1922.

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LIST OF PLANS AND ILLUSTRATIONS. With Titles and Principal Dates.

1. ABBERTON. PAGE
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 1
2. ALDHAM.
(1) The Church, S. Porch, 14th-century xxxvi
     " "     Door and ironwork, S. of Tower, c. 1300 132
3. ALPHAMSTONE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 3
     " "     Font, late 12th-century xxxiv
(4) Clees Hall, Barn, 16th-century xxxvii
4. ALRESFORD.
(2) The Church, mostly rebuilt in the 14th century: Plan 5
5. ARDLEIGH.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 6
     " "     W. Tower, late 15th-century 221
     " "     S. Porch, late 15th-century xxix
     " "     S. door, late 15th-century 132
     " "     Screen between Chancel and Nave, late 15th-century 181
6. BEAUMONT-CUM-MOZE.
(3) Beaumont Hall, late 17th-century, S.E. side 234
     " "     from the W. 234
7. BIRCH.
(1) Church of St. Mary, Little Birch, 12th-century and later: Plan 8
     " "      " " "     from the S.E. 6
8. BOXTED.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 9
     " "     from the S.E. xxviii
9. BRADFIELD.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 11
     " "     Font, late 12th or early 13th-century xxxiv
(2) Bradfield Hall, S. front, c. 1520 10
(4) Cottage, early 17th-century 189
10. BRADWELL (juxta COGGESHALL).
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 12
     " "     from the S.E. xxviii
     " "     Interior, showing Nave-roof, 14th-century; screen, 15th-century, etc. 34
     " "     S. Porch, c. 1340 7
     " "     Font: bowl, 12th-century; stem, early 16th-century xxxiv
     " "     Monument to Anthony Maxey [1592], and Dorothy, his wife [1602] 97
(6) Cottage, early 16th-century 188
11. BRIGHTLINGSEA.
(3) The Church, 13th-century and later: dated Plan 15
     " "     N. Chapel and Aisle, 1520–40, and W. Tower, c. 1500 11
(4) Jacobes Hall, early 16th-century; brick turret 176
13. CHAPEL.
(1) The Church, 1352 and later: Plan 19
14. COLCHESTER.
(1) Plan showing Roman sites within the walls 28
Roman wall, Balkerne Gate: Plan and elevations 22
Roman buildings, etc., in the Park: Plan 26
Roman wall by the Balkerne Gate 22
Roman wall, S. and S.E. bastions 23
Roman vault under Colchester Castle : Plan 24
     " "      " " "     Internal view 22
Plan of town showing positions of monuments 30–31
(2) All Saints Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 33
(3) Holy Trinity Church, pre-Conquest and later: dated Plan 34
     " " "     W. Tower from the N.W., pre-Conquest 34
(3) Holy Trinity Church, W. doorway, pre-Conquest 142
     " " "     Label-stop, S. arcade, 14th-century 238
     " " "     Mazer-bowl, 15th-century xxxv
(4) St. James' Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 36
(5) St. Martin's Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 38
     " " "     from the S.W. 38
     " " "     Interior, showing arched truss in Chancel, early 14th-century 39
     " " "     Font, 15th-century xxxiv
(6) St. Mary-at-the-Walls Church, Communion Cup, 1633 xxxv
(7) St. Nicholas' Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 40
(8) St. Peter's Church, early 15th-century and later: Plan 41
     " " "     S. door, showing ironwork of c. 1300 42
(9) St. Giles' Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 43
(10) St. Leonard's Church, Hythe, 14th-century and later: Plan 44
     " " "     Interior, looking E. 35
     " " "     Communion Plate, 16th-century xxxv
(11) St. Michael's Church, Berechurch, c. 1500: Plan 46
     " " "     Monument to Sir Henry Audley, and Anne, his wife, 1648 97
(12) St. Andrew's Church, Greenstead, 12th-century and later: Plan 47
(15) Abbey of St. John the Baptist, Gatehouse, 15th-century: Plan 47
     " " "     Gatehouse, N. side 43
(16) Priory Church of St. Botolph, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 49
     " " "     W. front, 12th-century 46
     " " "     W. doorway, 12th-century 50
     " " "     Interior, looking N.W., 12th-century 47
(18) The Castle, late 11th-century and later: Plan showing earthworks 50
     " "     dated Plans of Keep 52–54
     " "     S. Front 51
     " "     from the N.E. 55
     " "     from the N.W. 55
     " "     E. Apse 54
     " "     S. doorway 50
     " "     N. entrances 59
     " "     Courtyards from top of wall, S.W. angle 58
     " "     W. courtyard from the S.E. 58
     " "     E. courtyard from the S. 62
     " "     Staircase in S.W. turret 59
(30) Red Lion Hotel, c. 1400 and later: dated Plan 56
     " "     N. front 63
High Street, N. side, showing (39) Gate House, late 16th-century 122
(47) George Hotel, king-post of roof, 15th-century xxxvii
(69) Marquis of Granby Inn, doorway in S. front, early 16th-century 100
     " " "     Ceiling-beam in the E. wing, early 16th-century xxxvii
(86) House, No. 3 West Stockwell Street, late 15th-century and later 63
(96) Houses, Nos. 29–32 West Stockwell Street, c. 1600 65
(99–101) Houses, Nos. 53–56 West Stockwell Street, 15th-century and later 123
(148–151) Schere Gate, Houses, 16th and 17th-century 64
(160) Winnock's Almshouses, main doorways, dated 1678 176
(172 & 178) Hythe Hill, 15th and 17th-century 123
(191) Houses, Nos. 5–7 Priory Street, 17th-century 65
(192) House, now Convent School, Priory Street, 17th-century 101
(194, etc.) East Hill, S. side, 16th-century and later 65
(194) House, No. 17 East Hill, 16th-century xxx
(214–6) Houses, Nos. 24–26 East Street, 15th and 17th-century 65
(217) Houses, Nos. 29–33 East Street, early 16th-century: front dated 1692 65
(228–230) Houses, Nos. 60–65 East Street, 15th and 17th-century 65
(231) Siege House, etc., East Street, late 15th-century and later 64
(263) Bourne Mill, c. 1591 68
     " "     Doorway 100
(265) Earthworks at Lexden, W. and S.W. of the town: Plan 72
Gryme's Dyke, Stanway Green: Plan 73
15. COLNE ENGAINE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 75
     " "     S. porch, early 16th-century xxix
16. COPFORD.
(1) The Church, c. 1100 and later: dated Plan 77
     " "     from the N.E. 140
     " "     from the S. 69
     " "     Interior 76
     " "     Wall-paintings in the Apse 77
17. CRESSING.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 78
     " "     from the S. xxviii
     " "     Communion Table, 1633 xxxii
     " "     Monument in Chancel to Henry and Anne Smjth, 1607 97
18. DEDHAM.
The town: Plan showing positions of monuments 84
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: dated Plan 81
     " "     W. Tower, from the S.E., c. 1519 80
     " "     Interior, looking E., late 15th-century 81
     " "     N. doorway and doors, c. 1500 42
     " "     Detail of soffit of ground stage of Tower, c. 1519 213
     " "     Detail of plinth of Tower, and figure from parapet, c. 1519 133
(2) Southfields, late 15th or early 16th-century: Plan 83
" from the S.W. 84
" Courtyard, showing W. range 85
" Courtyard, looking N.E. xxx
" Bay-window at S.W. angle 100
High Street, looking W., showing monuments 10 to 15 122
(10) Sun Hotel, external staircase, early 17th-century 100
(15) House and Shop in High Street, c. 1600 123
(22) Boxhouse Farm: ceiling, late 17th-century 235
(26) House at Lamb Corner, 16th-century 189
19. DOVERCOURT.
(2) The Church, 12th century and later: Plan 86
     " "     Font, mid 14th-century xxxiv
     " "     Poor-box, dated 1589 xxxii
20. EARLS COLNE.
Plan of village showing positions of monuments 89
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 87
     " "     W. Tower, c. 1460, partly rebuilt 1539 221
     " "     Communion Paten, early 16th-century, and Cup, late 16th-century xxxv
(2) The Priory, Tomb of Robert de Vere, 5th Earl of Oxford, c. 1340 86
     " "     Tomb of Thomas de Vere, 8th Earl of Oxford, 1371 87
     " "     Effigy of Thomas de Vere, 8th Earl of Oxford, 1371 91
     " "     Tomb of Richard de Vere, K.G., 11th Earl of Oxford, 1417 90
     " "     Effigy of Richard de Vere, K.G., 11th Earl of Oxford, 1417 91
     " "     Tomb of Alice, wife of the 11th Earl of Oxford 86
     " "     Effigy of Alice, wife of the 11th Earl of Oxford 91
High Street, looking E., showing Church and monuments 7, 6, 5, etc. 123
(9) House, N. side of High Street, ceiling-beam, early 16th-century xxxvii
(13) House, S. side of High Street, c. 1500 188
(16) Cottage in Back Lane, 17th-century 177
(23) Colneford House: details of pargeting on N.W. front, 1685 235
(25) Cottage near Colneford Bridge, dated 1640 189
22. EASTHORPE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 92
     " "     Interior, looking E. 92
(5) House opposite Church, late 15th-century 188
23. EAST MERSEA.
(1) The Church, 12th or 13th-century and later: Plan 93
     " "     Font, 15th-century xxxiv
     " "     Pulpit, early 17th-century 181
24. ELMSTEAD.
(1) The Church, 14th-century or earlier: dated Plan 95
     " "     Interior, showing S. Arcade and Chapel, mid 14th-century 93
     " "     Oak effigy of Knight, c. 1310 170
25. FEERING.
(1) The Church, 12th or 13th-century and later: dated Plan 97
     " "     from the S., showing W. Tower, early 15th-century, and Porch, etc., early 16th-century 96
     " "     Window in N. Aisle, 14th-century 143
     " "     Vaulting to S. porch, early 16th-century 133
(2) Houchin's Farm, c. 1600 188
(4) Feeringbury, chimney-stack, early 17th-century 177
(30) Sun Inn, c. 1525 123
26. FINGRINGHOE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 100
     " "     from the S.E. xxviii
     " "     S. porch, late 14th and late 15th-century xxix
     " "     Archway to S. porch, late 15th or early 16th-century 142
     " "     Chest, mediaeval with later date 1684, and Bier, 17th-century xxxii
     " "     Door in S. doorway, late 14th-century 132
     " "     Font-cover, 15th-century 181
27. FORDHAM.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 102
28. FRATING.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 104
29. FRINTON. Page
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 105
     " "     Glass, shields of arms of Warenne and Elderbeke, 14th-century 192
30. GOLDHANGER.
(2) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 106
31. GREAT BENTLEY.
(1) The Church, c. 1130 and later: dated Plan 108
     " "     S. wall of Nave 108
32. GREAT BRAXTED.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 109
     " "     from the S.E. 109
(2) Tiptree Priory, c. 1570, S. front 234
33. GREAT BROMLEY.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: dated Plan 112
     " "     from the S. 112
     " "     Interior, showing S. Arcade, early 14th-century, and clearstorey and Nave-roof, c. 1500 113
     " "     Carved capital in S. Arcade, early 14th-century 213
     " "     Windows in clearstorey, c. 1500 143
     " "     Chest, early 17th-century xxxii
     " "     Doors in W. doorway, 15th-century 132
34. GREAT CLACTON.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 114
     " "     from the S.E. 114
     " "     N. doorway, mid 12th-century 115
     " "     Font, 15th-century xxxiv
35. GREAT COGGESHALL.
Plan of town showing positions of monuments 119
(2) The Church, early 15th-century: dated Plan 116
(3) Paycock's House, c. 1500 and later: Plan 118
     " "     N. front 118
     " "     Gateway in N. front 119
     " "     Ceilings, fireplaces, etc. 119
(5) Woolpack Inn, Church Street, roof-truss, 15th-century xxxvii
(8) House, Church Street, brackets to head of doorway, early 17th-century 100
(19) House and shop, Church Street, mid 16th-century 188
(36) House, Back Lane, overmantel, late 17th-century xxxiii
Stoneham Street, looking N. from Market Hill 122
(38–40) Houses, Stoneham Street, 17th-century 123
(42–44)      " "      " " " 123
(69) House, East Street, carved bressumer, dated 1585 100
(73) House, East Street, 16th-century 100
(80) House, East Street, c. 1700 231
(94) Stockstreet Farm, chimney-stack, late 16th-century 177
36. GREAT HENNY.
(1) The Church, c. 1100 and later: Plan 123
(4) Cottage, Henny Street, 17th-century 189
38. GREAT HORKESLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 126
     " "     Interior, showing N. Arcade, early 15th-century 126
(2) Cottage, formerly Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, late 15th-century 127
(4) Barrack Yard, 15th-century 189
(11) Whitehouse Farm, early 16th-century xxxi
(13) Baytree Farm, 15th-century xxx
(20) Pitchbury Ramparts: Plan 128
39. GREAT OAKLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 128
     " "     Doorway in N. wall of Chancel, c. 1500 142
40. GREAT TEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 130
     " "     from the N.E. 130
     " "     Doorway, S. wall of Chancel, early 14th-century 142
(30) Cottage, 800 yards N.N.W. of the Church, late 16th-century 177
41. GREAT TOTHAM.
(1) The Church, possibly 13th-century and later: Plan 132
42. GREAT WIGBOROUGH.
(1) The Church, late 14th-century and later: Plan 133
43. HARWICH.
Plan of town showing positions of monuments 135
(3) The Three Cups Hotel, plaster ceiling, first floor, late 16th-century 235
44. HEYBRIDGE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 137
     " "     W. Tower from N.W., 12th-century 131
     " "     S. doorway and door, 12th-century 132
     " "     Glass: figure in N.W. window of Chancel, 14th-century 192
45. INWORTH.
(1) The Church, mid 11th-century and later; dated Plan 139
     " "     Chancel from N.E. 140
     " "     S. window of Chancel 142
     " "     Back of bench in Nave, c. 1500 181
46. KELVEDON.
Plan of town showing positions of monuments 143
(2) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 141
     " "     Interior, showing Nave arcades, 13th-century, etc. 141
     " "     Capital in N. Arcade, c. 1230 213
     " "     Carved shield in S. Arcade, 15th-century 213
(6) Cottages, Church Street, 17th-century 123
(23) House, High Street, 15th-century and later xxxi
High Street, looking N.E., showing monuments 15, 16, 38, etc. 122
47. KIRBY-LE-SOKEN.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 146
48. LAMARSH.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 147
     " "     from the S.E. xxviii
50. LANGHAM.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 149
     " "     Interior, looking E. 148
     " "     Bench-ends, early 16th-century 181
(3) Valley House, early 16th-century and later: from the S. 101
     " "     from the W. 176
     " "     Porch, early 17th-century, detail of 101
     " "     Main staircase, early 17th-century, lower flight 101
     " "      " "     early 17th-century, upper flight 7
(5) Broomhouse, early 16th-century xxxi
51. LAWFORD.
(1) The Church, 14th-century: dated Plan 151
     " "     from the S.E. 149
     " "     Woodwork in S. Porch, mid 14th-century 133
     " "     Interior, showing N. wall of Chancel 151
     " "     Sedilia, etc., S. side of Chancel 150
     " "     Carved figures in rear-arch, N.E. window of Chancel, 14th-century 152
(2) Lawford Hall, Glass: figure of St. Quirinus, 16th-century 192
53. LAYER DE LA HAYE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 154
54. LAYER MARNEY.
(1) The Church, early 16th-century: Plan 155
     " "     Tower and South Porch from the S. 155
     " "     S. porch of Chancel, early 16th-century xxix
     " "     Interior, showing roofs, painting and 15th-century screen 156
     " "     Glass: arms of Marney with Garter, early 16th-century 192
     " "     Glass: quartered arms of Marney, etc., with supporters, early 16th-century 192
     " "     Monument in N. Chapel of Sir William Marney, c. 1360 158
     " "     Effigy of Sir William Marney, c. 1360 159
     " "     Monument of Henry, Lord Marney, K.G., 1523 157
     " "     Effigy of Henry, Lord Marney, K.G., 1523 159
     " "     Wall-painting, N. wall of Nave, early 16th-century 155
The Church and Hall from the S. 154
(2) Layer Marney Hall, early 16th-century: Plan 159
     " " "     Gatehouse from the S.W. Frontispiece
     " " "     Gatehouse from the N.E. 160
     " " "     Chimneys and N. turret 176
     " " "     W. wing, N. elevation 176
     " " "     Interior of Long Gallery 161
     " " "     Fireplace in passage, W. wing, early 17th-century xxxiii
     " " "     Fireplace in modern N.W. wing, early 16th-century xxxiii
55. LITTLE BENTLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 160
     " "     N. wall of N. aisle, showing 15th and 16th-century windows, etc. 143
     " "     W. Tower, mid 15th-century 221
     " "     Roof of Nave, early 16th-century xxxvi
     " "     Chest, 14th or 15th-century xxxii
     " "     Communion Plate, with cases, 1623 xxxv
56. LITTLE BRAXTED.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 162
57. LITTLE BROMLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 163
     " "     Font, early 16th-century xxxiv
58. LITTLE CLACTON.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 164
59. LITTLE COGGESHALL.
(1) The Chapel and Abbey, 13th-century and later: dated Plan 166
The Chapel, c. 1220, from the S.W. 127
(2) Coggeshall Abbey: details, mainly external 167
     " "      " "     internal 166
(3) Coggeshall Hall: W. front, late 16th-century 177
(4) Curd Hall: N. front and chimney, 17th-century 177
62. LITTLE HORKESLEY.
(1) The Church, possibly 12th-century and later: dated Plan 170
     " "     Brass effigies of Sir Robert, 1391, and Sir Thomas Swynborne, 1412 171
     " "     Oak effigies of knights, 13th-century 170
     " "     Oak effigy of woman, late 13th-century 170
(3) Josselyns, late 15th or early 16th-century and later, from the S. xxx
" N. side of main block, late 15th or early 16th-century xxx
(5) Lower Dairy Farm, c. 1601, from the S.W. xxx
     " " "     Gable at S. end of W. front xxx
(6) Cottage, S.S.E. of church, c. 1600 188
63. LITTLE OAKLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 172
     " "     E. window, mid 14th-century 143
     " "     Porch and window, S. of Chancel, mid 14th-century xxix
     " "     W. doorway and window, late 15th-century 143
64. LITTLE TEY.
(1) The Church, c. 1130 and later: dated Plan 173
     " "     from the S.E. xxviii
     " "     S. doorway, c. 1130 142
65. LITTLE TOTHAM.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 174
     " "     S. doorway, c. 1160 115
     " "     Bell, by John Sturdy, 15th-century 133
     " "     Door in N. doorway, late 12th-century 132
     " "     Font, 15th-century xxxiv
     " "     Monument to Sir John Samms, and Isabell, his wife, mid 17th-century 97
66. LITTLE WIGBOROUGH.
(1) The Church, late 15th-century: Plan 175
67. MANNINGTREE.
Plan of the town, showing positions of monuments 177
(1) The Church, c. 1616: Plan 176
     " "     Detail of oak arcade and Nave-roof, c. 1616 xxxvi
(2) House, W. of church: chimney-stack, late 16th-century 177
68. MARKSHALL.
(2) The Hall: screen in Great Hall, early 17th-century 180
     " "     the "Prayer Room"; fireplace and panelling, early 17th-century 180
(4) Cradle House, late 16th-century 177
69. MARKS TEY.
(1) The Church, c. 1100 and later: Plan 179
     " "     Font (oak), 15th-century; cover, early 17th-century xxxiv
70. MESSING.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 180
     " "     Chest, 13th or 14th-century xxxii
     " "     Stalls in Chancel, c. 1640 181
     " "     Carved Royal Arms, 1634 181
71. MIDDLETON.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 182
     " "     S. doorway, 12th-century 142
     " "     Floor-slab with effigy of James Samson, mid 14th-century 183
72. MISTLEY.
(1) The Church (ruined), c. 1500 or earlier: Plan 184
     " "     Detail of plinth to S. porch, c. 1500 133
73. MOUNT BURES.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 184
(2) Fortified Mount: Plan 185
(3) Cottage N. of the Church, 16th-century 188
(9) Norton's Farm, early 17th-century 189
74. PATTISWICK.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 186
     " "     Nave-roof, 14th or early 15th-century xxxvi
(11) House at Blackwater Bridge, late 16th-century 188
75. PEBMARSH.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 188
     " "     from the S xxviii
     " "     S. porch, early 16th-century xxix
     " "     Brass effigy of Sir William Fitzralph, c. 1323 171
(8) Cottage, S.W. of the Church, 17th-century 189
(9) Oak Farm, early 17th-century 189
76. PELDON.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 190
77. RAMSEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 192
(2) Roydon Hall, mid 16th-century: W. end of main block 176
(6) Mill Farm, late 16th-century, from the N. 234
78. RIVENHALL.
(2) The Church, Monument in Chancel to Ralph Wyseman, 1608, and Elizabeth, his wife, 1594 197
     " "     Glass in E. window, Virgin and Child, late 12th-century 193
     " "     Glass in E. window, Robert Lemaire, 13th-century 193
     " "     Helmet and Crest from the Wyseman monument, c. 1608 133
(13) Rivenhall Hall, early 16th-century xxxi
79. ST. OSYTH.
Plan showing position of Church, Abbey buildings, etc. 199
(2) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 196
     " "     Interior, looking N.E. 196
     " "     Monument to John, second Lord Darcy, 1580–81, and Frances, his wife 197
(4) St. Osyth's Priory or Abbey, 12th-century and later: Plan of Abbey buildings 200
     " "      " "     Plan of gatehouse, etc. 203
     " "      " "     Abbey buildings from the S.W. 198
     " "      " "     Remains of Frater and Dorter Ranges from the N.W. 202
     " "      " "     Passage (now Chapel) " Abbot's Tower," etc., from the W. 202
     " "      " "     Interior of Passage (now Chapel) in Frater Range, c. 1230–40 203
     " "      " " "     Bishop's Lodging " and W. Range; N. half early 16th-century; S. half mid 16th-century 199
     " "      " "     Gatehouse, etc., late 15th-century, from the S.E. 198
     " "      " "     Gatehouse, late 15th-century, S. entrance 204
     " "      " "      " "     N. entrance 205
     " "      " "      " "     Details of vaulting 205
     " "      " "     Archway in wall S.W. of Gatehouse, mid 14th-century 205
     " "      " "     Panelling in " Bishop's Lodging," c. 1527 180
(7) St. Clair's Hall, 14th-century and later: Plan 205
     " " "     from the N.W. xxxi
(8) Priory Cottage, 15th-century and later xxxi
(14) Park Farm: doorway in screen, and painting, 15th-century 101
80. SALCOTT.
(2) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 206
81. STANWAY.
(2) Church of St. Albright, 12th-century and later: Plan 207
(3) Church of All Saints (ruins), 14th-century and later: dated Plan 208
     " "      " "     from the N. 6
(4) Stanway Hall: fireplace, early 17th-century xxxiii
(14) Abbot's Farm, 15th or early 16th-century xxxi
82. STISTED.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan 210
     " "     Interior, looking E. 212
     " "     Exterior, showing E. windows, early 13th-century xxviii
     " "     Capitals of N. Arcade, late 12th-century 213
     " "     Window, N. wall of Chancel, 14th-century 143
83. TENDRING.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan 213
     " "     N. Porch, mid 14th-century xxxvi
     " "     Timber arch supporting roof-truss, 14th-century xxxvi
85. THORRINGTON.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 214
     " "     W. Tower, c. 1480 220
86. TOLLESBURY.
(2) The Church, late 11th-century and later: dated Plan 217
     " "     S. doorway, late 11th-century 142
(3) Bourchiers Hall: overmantel now at Guisnes Court, early 17th-century xxxiii
(18) Black Cottages: ceiling-beam, c. 1520 xxxvii
(20) House, S. side of main street, late 15th or early 16th-century xxxi
87. TOLLESHUNT D'ARCY.
(1) The Church, 14th century and later: Plan 219
     " "     Monument to Thomas Darcy, 1593, and Camylla, his wife 97
(2) The Hall: entrance doorway to N.E. wing, c. 1500 100
     " "     Panelling in middle room, early 16th-century 180
     " "     Dovecote, late 16th-century, exterior 231
     " " "     interior 231
     " "     Bridge over moat, c. 1585 231
88. TOLLESHUNT KNIGHTS.
(2) The Church, probably 12th-century and later: Plan 222
89. TOLLESHUNT MAJOR.
(1) The Church, probably 12th-century and later: Plan 222
     " "     from the S.W., showing Tower, early 16th-century 220
(3) Beckingham Hall: gatehouse, etc., c. 1546 230
90. TWINSTEAD.
(4) Smith's Farm, 17th-century 177
91. VIRLEY.
(1) The Church, early 13th-century: Plan 225
92. WAKES COLNE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 225
94. WEELEY.
(1) The Church, W. Tower, early 16th-century 221
95. WEST BERGHOLT.
(1) The Church, 14th-century or earlier: Plan 228
96. WEST MERSEA.
(1) Mersea Mount (Romano-British): Section 229
(2) Round Building (Roman): Plan 230
(4) The Church, 11th-century and later: Plan 230
97. WHITE COLNE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 232
     " "     Pulpit, early 17th-century 181
98. WIVENHOE.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan 233
(2) Wivenhoe Hall, N. block, W. end, c. 1530 234
     " " "     E. end, c. 1530 234
(6) House, S.S.W. of Church: pargeting, mid 17th-century 235
99. WIX.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 234
(2) Wix Abbey, late 16th-century; W. front 231
100. WORMINGFORD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 235
     " "     Glass: shields of arms in S.W. window of Chancel, made up of 14th-century material 192
101. WRABNESS.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan 237