Note on abbreviations

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A History of the County of Essex: Volume 4, Ongar Hundred. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1956.

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Among the abbreviations and short titles used the following may require elucidation:

E.A.S. Essex Archaeological Society
E.R.O. Essex Record Office
P.M.G. Postmaster-General
Ch. Bells Essex C. Deedes and H. B. Walters, The Church Bells of Essex (1909)
Ch. Plate Essex G. M. Benton, F. W. Galpin, and W. J. Pressey, The Church Plate of Essex (1926)
E.A.T. The Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society
E.R. The Essex Review
Essex Par. Recs. Essex Parish Records, ed. E. J. Erith (1950)
Feet of F. Essex Feet of Fines for Essex (E.A.S., issued in parts: Vol. i, 1899-1910; Vol. ii, 1913-28; Vol. iii, 1929-49; Vol. iv, pt. 1, 1947)
Hist. Essex by Gent. A New and Complete History of Essex by a Gentleman (6 vols. 1769-72)
Hist. Mon. Com. Essex Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England): An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex (4 vols. 1916-23)
Morant, Essex P. Morant, The History and Antiquities of Essex (2 vols. 1768)
Newcourt, Report. R. Newcourt, Repertorium Ecclesiasticum Parochiale Londinense (2 vols. 1710)
P.N. Essex (E.P.N.S.) P. H. Reaney, The Place Names of Essex (English Place Name Society, xii, 1935)