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' List of illustrations', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 3: North East (1922), pp. II-IX. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=122844 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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

1. ABBERTON.PAGE
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan1
2. ALDHAM.
(1) The Church, S. Porch, 14th-centuryxxxvi
     " "     Door and ironwork, S. of Tower, c. 1300132
3. ALPHAMSTONE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan3
     " "     Font, late 12th-centuryxxxiv
(4) Clees Hall, Barn, 16th-centuryxxxvii
4. ALRESFORD.
(2) The Church, mostly rebuilt in the 14th century: Plan5
5. ARDLEIGH.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan6
     " "     W. Tower, late 15th-century221
     " "     S. Porch, late 15th-centuryxxix
     " "     S. door, late 15th-century132
     " "     Screen between Chancel and Nave, late 15th-century181
6. BEAUMONT-CUM-MOZE.
(3) Beaumont Hall, late 17th-century, S.E. side234
     " "     from the W.234
7. BIRCH.
(1) Church of St. Mary, Little Birch, 12th-century and later: Plan8
     " "      " " "     from the S.E.6
8. BOXTED.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan9
     " "     from the S.E.xxviii
9. BRADFIELD.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan11
     " "     Font, late 12th or early 13th-centuryxxxiv
(2) Bradfield Hall, S. front, c. 152010
(4) Cottage, early 17th-century189
10. BRADWELL (juxta COGGESHALL).
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan12
     " "     from the S.E.xxviii
     " "     Interior, showing Nave-roof, 14th-century; screen, 15th-century, etc.34
     " "     S. Porch, c. 13407
     " "     Font: bowl, 12th-century; stem, early 16th-centuryxxxiv
     " "     Monument to Anthony Maxey [1592], and Dorothy, his wife [1602] 97
(6) Cottage, early 16th-century188
11. BRIGHTLINGSEA.
(3) The Church, 13th-century and later: dated Plan15
     " "     N. Chapel and Aisle, 1520–40, and W. Tower, c. 150011
(4) Jacobes Hall, early 16th-century; brick turret176
13. CHAPEL.
(1) The Church, 1352 and later: Plan19
14. COLCHESTER.
(1) Plan showing Roman sites within the walls28
Roman wall, Balkerne Gate: Plan and elevations22
Roman buildings, etc., in the Park: Plan26
Roman wall by the Balkerne Gate22
Roman wall, S. and S.E. bastions23
Roman vault under Colchester Castle : Plan24
     " "      " " "     Internal view22
Plan of town showing positions of monuments30–31
(2) All Saints Church, 12th-century and later: Plan33
(3) Holy Trinity Church, pre-Conquest and later: dated Plan34
     " " "     W. Tower from the N.W., pre-Conquest34
(3) Holy Trinity Church, W. doorway, pre-Conquest142
     " " "     Label-stop, S. arcade, 14th-century238
     " " "     Mazer-bowl, 15th-centuryxxxv
(4) St. James' Church, 12th-century and later: Plan36
(5) St. Martin's Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan38
     " " "     from the S.W.38
     " " "     Interior, showing arched truss in Chancel, early 14th-century39
     " " "     Font, 15th-centuryxxxiv
(6) St. Mary-at-the-Walls Church, Communion Cup, 1633xxxv
(7) St. Nicholas' Church, 14th-century and later: Plan40
(8) St. Peter's Church, early 15th-century and later: Plan41
     " " "     S. door, showing ironwork of c. 130042
(9) St. Giles' Church, 12th-century and later: Plan43
(10) St. Leonard's Church, Hythe, 14th-century and later: Plan44
     " " "     Interior, looking E.35
     " " "     Communion Plate, 16th-centuryxxxv
(11) St. Michael's Church, Berechurch, c. 1500: Plan46
     " " "     Monument to Sir Henry Audley, and Anne, his wife, 164897
(12) St. Andrew's Church, Greenstead, 12th-century and later: Plan47
(15) Abbey of St. John the Baptist, Gatehouse, 15th-century: Plan47
     " " "     Gatehouse, N. side43
(16) Priory Church of St. Botolph, 12th-century and later: dated Plan49
     " " "     W. front, 12th-century46
     " " "     W. doorway, 12th-century50
     " " "     Interior, looking N.W., 12th-century47
(18) The Castle, late 11th-century and later: Plan showing earthworks50
     " "     dated Plans of Keep52–54
     " "     S. Front51
     " "     from the N.E.55
     " "     from the N.W.55
     " "     E. Apse54
     " "     S. doorway50
     " "     N. entrances59
     " "     Courtyards from top of wall, S.W. angle58
     " "     W. courtyard from the S.E.58
     " "     E. courtyard from the S.62
     " "     Staircase in S.W. turret59
(30) Red Lion Hotel, c. 1400 and later: dated Plan56
     " "     N. front63
High Street, N. side, showing (39) Gate House, late 16th-century122
(47) George Hotel, king-post of roof, 15th-centuryxxxvii
(69) Marquis of Granby Inn, doorway in S. front, early 16th-century100
     " " "     Ceiling-beam in the E. wing, early 16th-centuryxxxvii
(86) House, No. 3 West Stockwell Street, late 15th-century and later63
(96) Houses, Nos. 29–32 West Stockwell Street, c. 160065
(99–101) Houses, Nos. 53–56 West Stockwell Street, 15th-century and later123
(148–151) Schere Gate, Houses, 16th and 17th-century64
(160) Winnock's Almshouses, main doorways, dated 1678176
(172 & 178) Hythe Hill, 15th and 17th-century123
(191) Houses, Nos. 5–7 Priory Street, 17th-century65
(192) House, now Convent School, Priory Street, 17th-century101
(194, etc.) East Hill, S. side, 16th-century and later65
(194) House, No. 17 East Hill, 16th-centuryxxx
(214–6) Houses, Nos. 24–26 East Street, 15th and 17th-century65
(217) Houses, Nos. 29–33 East Street, early 16th-century: front dated 169265
(228–230) Houses, Nos. 60–65 East Street, 15th and 17th-century65
(231) Siege House, etc., East Street, late 15th-century and later64
(263) Bourne Mill, c. 159168
     " "     Doorway100
(265) Earthworks at Lexden, W. and S.W. of the town: Plan72
Gryme's Dyke, Stanway Green: Plan73
15. COLNE ENGAINE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan75
     " "     S. porch, early 16th-centuryxxix
16. COPFORD.
(1) The Church, c. 1100 and later: dated Plan77
     " "     from the N.E.140
     " "     from the S.69
     " "     Interior76
     " "     Wall-paintings in the Apse77
17. CRESSING.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan78
     " "     from the S.xxviii
     " "     Communion Table, 1633xxxii
     " "     Monument in Chancel to Henry and Anne Smjth, 160797
18. DEDHAM.
The town: Plan showing positions of monuments84
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: dated Plan81
     " "     W. Tower, from the S.E., c. 151980
     " "     Interior, looking E., late 15th-century81
     " "     N. doorway and doors, c. 150042
     " "     Detail of soffit of ground stage of Tower, c. 1519213
     " "     Detail of plinth of Tower, and figure from parapet, c. 1519133
(2) Southfields, late 15th or early 16th-century: Plan83
" from the S.W.84
" Courtyard, showing W. range85
" Courtyard, looking N.E.xxx
" Bay-window at S.W. angle100
High Street, looking W., showing monuments 10 to 15122
(10) Sun Hotel, external staircase, early 17th-century100
(15) House and Shop in High Street, c. 1600123
(22) Boxhouse Farm: ceiling, late 17th-century235
(26) House at Lamb Corner, 16th-century189
19. DOVERCOURT.
(2) The Church, 12th century and later: Plan86
     " "     Font, mid 14th-centuryxxxiv
     " "     Poor-box, dated 1589xxxii
20. EARLS COLNE.
Plan of village showing positions of monuments89
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan87
     " "     W. Tower, c. 1460, partly rebuilt 1539221
     " "     Communion Paten, early 16th-century, and Cup, late 16th-centuryxxxv
(2) The Priory, Tomb of Robert de Vere, 5th Earl of Oxford, c. 134086
     " "     Tomb of Thomas de Vere, 8th Earl of Oxford, 137187
     " "     Effigy of Thomas de Vere, 8th Earl of Oxford, 137191
     " "     Tomb of Richard de Vere, K.G., 11th Earl of Oxford, 141790
     " "     Effigy of Richard de Vere, K.G., 11th Earl of Oxford, 141791
     " "     Tomb of Alice, wife of the 11th Earl of Oxford86
     " "     Effigy of Alice, wife of the 11th Earl of Oxford91
High Street, looking E., showing Church and monuments 7, 6, 5, etc.123
(9) House, N. side of High Street, ceiling-beam, early 16th-centuryxxxvii
(13) House, S. side of High Street, c. 1500188
(16) Cottage in Back Lane, 17th-century177
(23) Colneford House: details of pargeting on N.W. front, 1685235
(25) Cottage near Colneford Bridge, dated 1640189
22. EASTHORPE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan92
     " "     Interior, looking E.92
(5) House opposite Church, late 15th-century188
23. EAST MERSEA.
(1) The Church, 12th or 13th-century and later: Plan93
     " "     Font, 15th-centuryxxxiv
     " "     Pulpit, early 17th-century181
24. ELMSTEAD.
(1) The Church, 14th-century or earlier: dated Plan95
     " "     Interior, showing S. Arcade and Chapel, mid 14th-century93
     " "     Oak effigy of Knight, c. 1310170
25. FEERING.
(1) The Church, 12th or 13th-century and later: dated Plan97
     " "     from the S., showing W. Tower, early 15th-century, and Porch, etc., early 16th-century96
     " "     Window in N. Aisle, 14th-century143
     " "     Vaulting to S. porch, early 16th-century133
(2) Houchin's Farm, c. 1600188
(4) Feeringbury, chimney-stack, early 17th-century177
(30) Sun Inn, c. 1525123
26. FINGRINGHOE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan100
     " "     from the S.E.xxviii
     " "     S. porch, late 14th and late 15th-centuryxxix
     " "     Archway to S. porch, late 15th or early 16th-century142
     " "     Chest, mediaeval with later date 1684, and Bier, 17th-centuryxxxii
     " "     Door in S. doorway, late 14th-century132
     " "     Font-cover, 15th-century181
27. FORDHAM.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan102
28. FRATING.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan104
29. FRINTON.Page
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan105
     " "     Glass, shields of arms of Warenne and Elderbeke, 14th-century192
30. GOLDHANGER.
(2) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan106
31. GREAT BENTLEY.
(1) The Church, c. 1130 and later: dated Plan108
     " "     S. wall of Nave108
32. GREAT BRAXTED.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan109
     " "     from the S.E.109
(2) Tiptree Priory, c. 1570, S. front234
33. GREAT BROMLEY.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: dated Plan112
     " "     from the S.112
     " "     Interior, showing S. Arcade, early 14th-century, and clearstorey and Nave-roof, c. 1500113
     " "     Carved capital in S. Arcade, early 14th-century213
     " "     Windows in clearstorey, c. 1500143
     " "     Chest, early 17th-centuryxxxii
     " "     Doors in W. doorway, 15th-century132
34. GREAT CLACTON.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan114
     " "     from the S.E.114
     " "     N. doorway, mid 12th-century115
     " "     Font, 15th-centuryxxxiv
35. GREAT COGGESHALL.
Plan of town showing positions of monuments119
(2) The Church, early 15th-century: dated Plan116
(3) Paycock's House, c. 1500 and later: Plan118
     " "     N. front118
     " "     Gateway in N. front119
     " "     Ceilings, fireplaces, etc.119
(5) Woolpack Inn, Church Street, roof-truss, 15th-centuryxxxvii
(8) House, Church Street, brackets to head of doorway, early 17th-century100
(19) House and shop, Church Street, mid 16th-century188
(36) House, Back Lane, overmantel, late 17th-centuryxxxiii
Stoneham Street, looking N. from Market Hill122
(38–40) Houses, Stoneham Street, 17th-century123
(42–44)      " "      " " " 123
(69) House, East Street, carved bressumer, dated 1585100
(73) House, East Street, 16th-century100
(80) House, East Street, c. 1700231
(94) Stockstreet Farm, chimney-stack, late 16th-century177
36. GREAT HENNY.
(1) The Church, c. 1100 and later: Plan123
(4) Cottage, Henny Street, 17th-century189
38. GREAT HORKESLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan126
     " "     Interior, showing N. Arcade, early 15th-century126
(2) Cottage, formerly Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, late 15th-century127
(4) Barrack Yard, 15th-century189
(11) Whitehouse Farm, early 16th-centuryxxxi
(13) Baytree Farm, 15th-centuryxxx
(20) Pitchbury Ramparts: Plan128
39. GREAT OAKLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan128
     " "     Doorway in N. wall of Chancel, c. 1500142
40. GREAT TEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan130
     " "     from the N.E.130
     " "     Doorway, S. wall of Chancel, early 14th-century142
(30) Cottage, 800 yards N.N.W. of the Church, late 16th-century177
41. GREAT TOTHAM.
(1) The Church, possibly 13th-century and later: Plan132
42. GREAT WIGBOROUGH.
(1) The Church, late 14th-century and later: Plan133
43. HARWICH.
Plan of town showing positions of monuments135
(3) The Three Cups Hotel, plaster ceiling, first floor, late 16th-century235
44. HEYBRIDGE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan137
     " "     W. Tower from N.W., 12th-century131
     " "     S. doorway and door, 12th-century132
     " "     Glass: figure in N.W. window of Chancel, 14th-century192
45. INWORTH.
(1) The Church, mid 11th-century and later; dated Plan139
     " "     Chancel from N.E.140
     " "     S. window of Chancel142
     " "     Back of bench in Nave, c. 1500181
46. KELVEDON.
Plan of town showing positions of monuments143
(2) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan141
     " "     Interior, showing Nave arcades, 13th-century, etc.141
     " "     Capital in N. Arcade, c. 1230213
     " "     Carved shield in S. Arcade, 15th-century213
(6) Cottages, Church Street, 17th-century123
(23) House, High Street, 15th-century and laterxxxi
High Street, looking N.E., showing monuments 15, 16, 38, etc.122
47. KIRBY-LE-SOKEN.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan146
48. LAMARSH.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan147
     " "     from the S.E.xxviii
50. LANGHAM.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan149
     " "     Interior, looking E.148
     " "     Bench-ends, early 16th-century181
(3) Valley House, early 16th-century and later: from the S.101
     " "     from the W.176
     " "     Porch, early 17th-century, detail of101
     " "     Main staircase, early 17th-century, lower flight101
     " "      " "     early 17th-century, upper flight7
(5) Broomhouse, early 16th-centuryxxxi
51. LAWFORD.
(1) The Church, 14th-century: dated Plan151
     " "     from the S.E.149
     " "     Woodwork in S. Porch, mid 14th-century133
     " "     Interior, showing N. wall of Chancel151
     " "     Sedilia, etc., S. side of Chancel150
     " "     Carved figures in rear-arch, N.E. window of Chancel, 14th-century152
(2) Lawford Hall, Glass: figure of St. Quirinus, 16th-century192
53. LAYER DE LA HAYE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan154
54. LAYER MARNEY.
(1) The Church, early 16th-century: Plan155
     " "     Tower and South Porch from the S.155
     " "     S. porch of Chancel, early 16th-centuryxxix
     " "     Interior, showing roofs, painting and 15th-century screen156
     " "     Glass: arms of Marney with Garter, early 16th-century192
     " "     Glass: quartered arms of Marney, etc., with supporters, early 16th-century192
     " "     Monument in N. Chapel of Sir William Marney, c. 1360158
     " "     Effigy of Sir William Marney, c. 1360159
     " "     Monument of Henry, Lord Marney, K.G., 1523157
     " "     Effigy of Henry, Lord Marney, K.G., 1523159
     " "     Wall-painting, N. wall of Nave, early 16th-century155
The Church and Hall from the S.154
(2) Layer Marney Hall, early 16th-century: Plan159
     " " "     Gatehouse from the S.W.Frontispiece
     " " "     Gatehouse from the N.E.160
     " " "     Chimneys and N. turret176
     " " "     W. wing, N. elevation176
     " " "     Interior of Long Gallery161
     " " "     Fireplace in passage, W. wing, early 17th-centuryxxxiii
     " " "     Fireplace in modern N.W. wing, early 16th-centuryxxxiii
55. LITTLE BENTLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan160
     " "     N. wall of N. aisle, showing 15th and 16th-century windows, etc.143
     " "     W. Tower, mid 15th-century221
     " "     Roof of Nave, early 16th-centuryxxxvi
     " "     Chest, 14th or 15th-centuryxxxii
     " "     Communion Plate, with cases, 1623xxxv
56. LITTLE BRAXTED.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan162
57. LITTLE BROMLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan163
     " "     Font, early 16th-centuryxxxiv
58. LITTLE CLACTON.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan164
59. LITTLE COGGESHALL.
(1) The Chapel and Abbey, 13th-century and later: dated Plan166
The Chapel, c. 1220, from the S.W.127
(2) Coggeshall Abbey: details, mainly external167
     " "      " "     internal166
(3) Coggeshall Hall: W. front, late 16th-century177
(4) Curd Hall: N. front and chimney, 17th-century177
62. LITTLE HORKESLEY.
(1) The Church, possibly 12th-century and later: dated Plan170
     " "     Brass effigies of Sir Robert, 1391, and Sir Thomas Swynborne, 1412171
     " "     Oak effigies of knights, 13th-century170
     " "     Oak effigy of woman, late 13th-century170
(3) Josselyns, late 15th or early 16th-century and later, from the S.xxx
" N. side of main block, late 15th or early 16th-centuryxxx
(5) Lower Dairy Farm, c. 1601, from the S.W.xxx
     " " "     Gable at S. end of W. frontxxx
(6) Cottage, S.S.E. of church, c. 1600188
63. LITTLE OAKLEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan172
     " "     E. window, mid 14th-century143
     " "     Porch and window, S. of Chancel, mid 14th-centuryxxix
     " "     W. doorway and window, late 15th-century143
64. LITTLE TEY.
(1) The Church, c. 1130 and later: dated Plan173
     " "     from the S.E.xxviii
     " "     S. doorway, c. 1130142
65. LITTLE TOTHAM.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan174
     " "     S. doorway, c. 1160115
     " "     Bell, by John Sturdy, 15th-century133
     " "     Door in N. doorway, late 12th-century132
     " "     Font, 15th-centuryxxxiv
     " "     Monument to Sir John Samms, and Isabell, his wife, mid 17th-century97
66. LITTLE WIGBOROUGH.
(1) The Church, late 15th-century: Plan175
67. MANNINGTREE.
Plan of the town, showing positions of monuments177
(1) The Church, c. 1616: Plan176
     " "     Detail of oak arcade and Nave-roof, c. 1616xxxvi
(2) House, W. of church: chimney-stack, late 16th-century177
68. MARKSHALL.
(2) The Hall: screen in Great Hall, early 17th-century180
     " "     the "Prayer Room"; fireplace and panelling, early 17th-century180
(4) Cradle House, late 16th-century177
69. MARKS TEY.
(1) The Church, c. 1100 and later: Plan179
     " "     Font (oak), 15th-century; cover, early 17th-centuryxxxiv
70. MESSING.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan180
     " "     Chest, 13th or 14th-centuryxxxii
     " "     Stalls in Chancel, c. 1640181
     " "     Carved Royal Arms, 1634181
71. MIDDLETON.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan182
     " "     S. doorway, 12th-century142
     " "     Floor-slab with effigy of James Samson, mid 14th-century183
72. MISTLEY.
(1) The Church (ruined), c. 1500 or earlier: Plan184
     " "     Detail of plinth to S. porch, c. 1500133
73. MOUNT BURES.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan184
(2) Fortified Mount: Plan185
(3) Cottage N. of the Church, 16th-century188
(9) Norton's Farm, early 17th-century189
74. PATTISWICK.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan186
     " "     Nave-roof, 14th or early 15th-centuryxxxvi
(11) House at Blackwater Bridge, late 16th-century188
75. PEBMARSH.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan188
     " "     from the Sxxviii
     " "     S. porch, early 16th-centuryxxix
     " "     Brass effigy of Sir William Fitzralph, c. 1323171
(8) Cottage, S.W. of the Church, 17th-century189
(9) Oak Farm, early 17th-century189
76. PELDON.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan190
77. RAMSEY.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan192
(2) Roydon Hall, mid 16th-century: W. end of main block176
(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, 1594197
     " "     Glass in E. window, Virgin and Child, late 12th-century193
     " "     Glass in E. window, Robert Lemaire, 13th-century193
     " "     Helmet and Crest from the Wyseman monument, c. 1608133
(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 Plan196
     " "     Interior, looking N.E.196
     " "     Monument to John, second Lord Darcy, 1580–81, and Frances, his wife197
(4) St. Osyth's Priory or Abbey, 12th-century and later: Plan of Abbey buildings200
     " "      " "     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. 1230–40203
     " "      " " "     Bishop's Lodging " and W. Range; N. half early 16th-century; S. half mid 16th-century199
     " "      " "     Gatehouse, etc., late 15th-century, from the S.E.198
     " "      " "     Gatehouse, late 15th-century, S. entrance204
     " "      " "      " "     N. entrance205
     " "      " "      " "     Details of vaulting205
     " "      " "     Archway in wall S.W. of Gatehouse, mid 14th-century205
     " "      " "     Panelling in " Bishop's Lodging," c. 1527180
(7) St. Clair's Hall, 14th-century and later: Plan205
     " " "     from the N.W.xxxi
(8) Priory Cottage, 15th-century and laterxxxi
(14) Park Farm: doorway in screen, and painting, 15th-century101
80. SALCOTT.
(2) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan206
81. STANWAY.
(2) Church of St. Albright, 12th-century and later: Plan207
(3) Church of All Saints (ruins), 14th-century and later: dated Plan208
     " "      " "     from the N.6
(4) Stanway Hall: fireplace, early 17th-centuryxxxiii
(14) Abbot's Farm, 15th or early 16th-centuryxxxi
82. STISTED.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: dated Plan210
     " "     Interior, looking E.212
     " "     Exterior, showing E. windows, early 13th-centuryxxviii
     " "     Capitals of N. Arcade, late 12th-century213
     " "     Window, N. wall of Chancel, 14th-century143
83. TENDRING.
(1) The Church, 13th-century and later: Plan213
     " "     N. Porch, mid 14th-centuryxxxvi
     " "     Timber arch supporting roof-truss, 14th-centuryxxxvi
85. THORRINGTON.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan214
     " "     W. Tower, c. 1480220
86. TOLLESBURY.
(2) The Church, late 11th-century and later: dated Plan217
     " "     S. doorway, late 11th-century142
(3) Bourchiers Hall: overmantel now at Guisnes Court, early 17th-centuryxxxiii
(18) Black Cottages: ceiling-beam, c. 1520xxxvii
(20) House, S. side of main street, late 15th or early 16th-centuryxxxi
87. TOLLESHUNT D'ARCY.
(1) The Church, 14th century and later: Plan219
     " "     Monument to Thomas Darcy, 1593, and Camylla, his wife97
(2) The Hall: entrance doorway to N.E. wing, c. 1500100
     " "     Panelling in middle room, early 16th-century180
     " "     Dovecote, late 16th-century, exterior231
     " " "     interior231
     " "     Bridge over moat, c. 1585231
88. TOLLESHUNT KNIGHTS.
(2) The Church, probably 12th-century and later: Plan222
89. TOLLESHUNT MAJOR.
(1) The Church, probably 12th-century and later: Plan222
     " "     from the S.W., showing Tower, early 16th-century220
(3) Beckingham Hall: gatehouse, etc., c. 1546230
90. TWINSTEAD.
(4) Smith's Farm, 17th-century177
91. VIRLEY.
(1) The Church, early 13th-century: Plan225
92. WAKES COLNE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan225
94. WEELEY.
(1) The Church, W. Tower, early 16th-century221
95. WEST BERGHOLT.
(1) The Church, 14th-century or earlier: Plan228
96. WEST MERSEA.
(1) Mersea Mount (Romano-British): Section229
(2) Round Building (Roman): Plan230
(4) The Church, 11th-century and later: Plan230
97. WHITE COLNE.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan232
     " "     Pulpit, early 17th-century181
98. WIVENHOE.
(1) The Church, 14th-century and later: Plan233
(2) Wivenhoe Hall, N. block, W. end, c. 1530234
     " " "     E. end, c. 1530234
(6) House, S.S.W. of Church: pargeting, mid 17th-century235
99. WIX.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan234
(2) Wix Abbey, late 16th-century; W. front231
100. WORMINGFORD.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan235
     " "     Glass: shields of arms in S.W. window of Chancel, made up of 14th-century material192
101. WRABNESS.
(1) The Church, 12th-century and later: Plan237