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23 -, Wightman, William 155, 167, 210 -, Wightman, Philip 215 -, Wodeward, William 155 Bell-frames: -, 17th-century: Great Waltham Church 105 -, Undated: Felstead Church 74 Bells: -, Sectional Preface xxxiii -, Ecclesiastical: -,-, Pre-Reformation (before 1547): 14th-century: East Ham; Fairsted; Great Waltham; Little Hallingbury; Low Leyton; Magdalen Laver; Margaretting; Willingale Spain. 1400: Faulkbourne; Little Baddow; Netteswell; Pleshey. 15th-century: Abbess Roding; Great Waltham; High Easter; Kelvedon Hatch; Little Baddow; Little Hallingbury; Margaretting; Navestock; Stondon Massey; Theydon Bois; Woodham Walter. -,-, Secular: 17th-century: Romford Urban (9) 204 Bell's Farm, Stapleford Tawney (5) 226 Belstead Hall, Broomfield (2) 38 Belstead's Farm, Little Waltham (5) 163 Benches Bertie. 1013, to commemorate the passing through Ongar of the body of 112 -, Painting of 112 Edward the Confessor, glass 222 Edward the Elder: -, Maldon Burg, built by 173 -, Supposed site of burg built by, Witham (2) 265 Edwards, Jane, Sectional Preface xxxiii, xxxvi -, Civil: -,-, Men: 13th-century: Hatfield Peverel. 16th-century: Chelmsford; Chigwell; Felstead; Little Ilford; Walthamstow; Witham; Woodford. early 18th-century: Low Leyton; Walthamstow; West Ham. 16th-century: Blackmore; Chelmsford; Chigwell; Ingatestone and Fryerning (St. Edmund); Romford Urban; Waltham Holy Cross; Witham; Woodford; Writtle . 17th-century: Abbess Roding; Barking; Chelmsford; Chingford; Dagenham; East Ham; Good Easter; Great Waltham; Harlow; Ingatestone and Fryerning (St. Edmund); Latton; Little Baddow; Little Ilford; Low Leyton; Maldon All Saints; Navestock; Romford Urban; Shelley; Shenfield; Theydon Mount; Waltham Holy Cross; Walthamstow; West Ham; Willingale Doe.
16th-century: Aythorpe Roding; Doddinghurst; Great Hallingbury; Great Waltham; Leaden Roding; Margaretting. -, Eustace, indent of figure and inscription-plate probably for, early 16th-century 137 Berners: -, Constans, brass of, 1524 274 -, Leonard, 1563, and Mary (Gedge), his wife, brass of 139 Berners Hall, Berners Roding (2) 14 Berners Roding 14, 15 Bertie, arms 6, 7 Bertie: -, Alice (Bernard), wife of the Hon. early 18th-century: Low Leyton; Walthamstow; West Ham.
Chapel, Witham Church 265 Arms, Coats of, Effigies, Military. Arnold's Farm, Lambourne (5) 144 Arrowsmith, arms 198 Arrowsmith, Thomas, rector of North Weald Bassett, 1705/6, and Margaret his wife, 1702, floor-slab to 198 Asfeldens, Berners Roding (3) 14 Ash Ground, Good Easter 90 Ashcote Farm (formerly), Great Waltham (21) 108 Ashfield, Great Canfield (10) 93 Ashlings, Magdalen Laver (3) 169 Ashlyns, site of, High Ongar (2) 132 Ashman's Farm, Woodham Walter (5) 271 Assers, Good Easter (12) 89 Atkyns, arms 243 Atkyns, Francis, floor-slab to, 1640 243 Attridge's, High Roding (10) 135 Aubyns, Writtle (12) 276 Augustine, St., glass 180 Austen, Henry, servant of the Earl of Carlisle, brass to, 1638 243 Austin, arms 138 Austin, Frances, wife of James, 1698, and James, 1699, floor-slab to 138 Austin Canons Religious Houses.
1570 124 Bois Hall, Navestock (6) 193 Bolding Hatch, Roxwell (3) 205 Boleyn Castle, East Ham (3) 60, 61 Bone-holes, or Charnels: -, Fyfield Church 85 -, Maldon All Saints Church 172 Bonham, Thomas, 1676, and Anne, his wife (? Peter (2) 178 Shenfield (5) 214 Stapleford Abbots (2) 224 Theydon Bois (4) 231 Walthamstow (3) 247 Writtle (9) 276 -,-, Earthworks. Mary the Virgin); Waltham Holy Cross (Purbeck-marble). -, Early 18th-Century: -,-, Walthamstow (marble); West Ham. -, Cupboards: -,-, in Churches: 14th-century: projecting cupboard, Abbess Roding 1 15th-century: Chelmsford 40 16th-century: Loughton 166 17th-century: Barking 7 -,-, in Houses: 16th-century: High Easter (17) 129 Magdalen Laver (5) 170 16th or 17th-century: Great Waltham (25) 107 17th-century: Chipping Ongar (10) 55 Felstead (65) 82 Great Waltham (7) 107 .
), 1678, floor-slab to 56 Bonnell, arms 247 Bonnell: -, Capt. Fithler's Farm, Writtle (4) 276 Fitzjohn's Farm, Great Waltham (25) 108 Fitzwalter, arms 17, 160 Fitzwalters, Shenfield (3) 214 Fitzwilliam Almshouses, Theydon Garnon (5) 233 Fitzwilliam, arms 232 Fitzwilliam, Lady Anne (Sidney), widow of Sir William, tablet to, 1602 232 Fitzwilliams, Anne, Sectional Preface xxxv -, 12th-Century: -,-, Abbess Roding (bowl bound with iron); Broomfield (Barnack-stone); Chingford (Purbeck-marble); Fyfield (Purbeck-marble); Havering-atte Bower (Purbeck-marble); Moreton (Purbeck-marble); Norton Mandeville (Barnack-stone); Sheering; Springfield; White Roding (Purbeck-marble); Writtle (Barnack-stone) -,-, 12th or 13th-Century: Little Laver. -,-, 13th-Century: Navestock; Netteswell; Roydon (Purbeck-marble); Stanford Rivers (Barnack-stone); Terling (Purbeck-marble); Ulting (Purbeck-marble). -,-, 17th-Century: Barking; East Ham (marble); Theydon Mount (marble). -, Bowl of 15th-century font, Great Waltham (8) 107 Font-covers in Churches: -, 17th-Century: -,-, Barking; Leaden Roding. 1600: Chigwell (4) 48 -, Tables: -,-, in Churches: 17th-century: Barking; Epping Upland (possibly communion table); Little Parndon; Maldon All Saints.
John, sarcophagus to 247 Bons Farm, Stapleford Abbots (5) 225 Bookcases, Sectional Preface xxxvi -, Books: -,-, Bible, formerly in library of Charles I, Broomfield Church 37 -,-, Bible of 1611, Shenfield Church 214 -,-, Reprint of Elizabethian Book of Homilies, 1683, Gt. Fryerning Hall, Ingatestone and Fryerning (4) 141 Fryer's Farm, Black Notley (15) 21 Fuller, arms 6, 261 Fuller: -, Francis, tablet of, 1636 -, Thomas, rector of Willingale Doe, 1701, and Thomas, James, and John, his sons; also Clopton Havers, M. 1500: White Roding (13) 258 -, Two re-set arches of the 16th century, New Hall, Boreham (4) 25 -, 17th-Century: -,-, Great Parndon (3) 103 -,-, Stapleford Abbots (2) 225 Gatewood Farm, Felstead (80) 82 Gayre, arms 224 Gaysham Hall, Great Ilford (4) 99 Gedge, Jane, Turnour.
Waltham Church 105 -, Libraries: -,-, Small library composed mostly of theological works, Chelmsford Church 42 -,-, Library of about 300 books, including the Aldine Aristotle, 1498, Paraphrases of Erasmus, 1551, etc., collected and given to Hatfield Broad Oak Church, . D., 1702, and his children, Elizabeth, 1692, Thomas, 1695, Fuller, 1695, Henrietta, 1700, Mary, 1702, and Clopton, 1705, floor-slab to 261 Funeral Achievements and Helms, Sectional Preface xxxiv -,-, in Churches: -, 17th-century: -,-, Aythorpe Roding; Berners Roding; Black Notley (partly modern); Doddinghurst; East Ham; Epping Upland; Good Easter; Great Waltham; Hatfield Peverel; High Easter; Little Baddow; Little Laver; Little Leighs; Maldon All Saints; North Weald Bassett; Roydon; Stapleford Abbots; Waltham Holy Cross; White Notley; White Roding. 16th-century: Boreham; Great Leighs; Hatfield Peverel; Little Baddow; North Weald Bassett; Willingale Doe; Witham. Gernon, arms 160, 231 Gibbons, Grinling, Reredos, Hatfield Peverel Church, supposed to be the work of Woodward, pupil of 119 Gibbs, arms 221 Gibbs, Dr.