Plate 58: Brick Chimney-Stacks

An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 4, South east. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1923.

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Brick Chimney-Stacks.

Woodham Mortimer. (4). Nursery Farm; late 16th or early 17th-century.

Woodham Mortimer. (5). Tyndales; 16th-century.

Sandon. (3). Cottage, E. of church; 16th-century.

Stow Maries. (2). Stow Hall; early 17th-century.

North Benfleet. (6). Great Fanton Hall; early 17th-century.

Great Baddow. (9). House, 350 yards N.N.W. of church; 16th-century.

Woodham Ferrers. (11). Quilter's Farm; 17th-century.

East Hanningfield. (3). Willis Farm; 16th-century.

Horndon-on-the-Hill. (17). The Gables; 17th-century.

Stanford-Le-Hope. (5). House, N. of Hassenbrook Hall; 16th-century.

Steeple. (4). Stanesgate Abbey Farm; 16th-century and later.