1st Series, Volume 2 (1863)


  1. The architecture and early church at Waltham Abbey Church, by Edward A. Freeman … 1
  2. Notes upon some Plans and Drawings Illustrative of the Antiquities of the Abbey and Town of Waltham Abbey, by Edmund Littler … 41
  3. Roman Antiquities, in Bronze and Silver, found at Colchester and Marks Tey, now preserved in the Collection of Joseph Mayer, Esq., F.S.A., &c. &c. at Liverpool, by H W King … 56
  4. Note on the Date of Dedication of Waltham Abbey Church, by W Stubbs, M.A. … 59
  5. Ancient and Medieval Finger Rings discovered in the County of Essex, by Lord Braybrooke, P.E.A.S., F.S.A. … 61
  6. Notes on the Roman Remains found at Billericay, and of a Stone Coffin (supposed to be Roman) found at Rettenden [Rettendon], by Edmund Roberts … 69
  7. The Danish Camps at Bemfleet [Benfleet] and Shoebury, and the Battle of Ashingdon, by the Rev. W E Heygate, M.A. … 75
  8. Hadleigh Castle, by H W King … 82
  9. The Early History of Stratford and the Surrounding Villages, by a Member of the Society … 93
  10. East Ham Church: an Architectural Description; with Notices of the Principal Sepulchral Monuments, by H W King … 102
  11. Some Account of the Abbey of West Ham, otherwise Stratford Langthorne, by R Hawley Clutterbuck … 112
  12. Notes on the Registers of the Parish of Barking, by H W King … 122
  13. Eastbury Hall, by Edward L Cutts, B.A. … 134
  14. James Strangman, Esq., of Hadleigh, an eminent Essex Antiquary of the time of Queen Elizabeth and James I, by H W King … 139
  15. The Morant and Astle MSS, and other Historical and Topographical Collections relating to Essex, by H W King … 147
  16. Additional Note on the Mural Paintings discovered at Hadleigh Church, by H W King … 155
  17. On the Churches of North West Essex, by the Rev. J H Sperling … 157
  18. Note on the Name of the Town of Saffron Walden, by Joseph Clarke … 164
  19. Notice of a Wooden Effigy of a Priest in the Church at Little Leighs, by the Rev. F Spurrell … 167
  20. The East Saxon Dialect, by the Rev. John Mountney Jephson … 173
  21. Original Documents … 189
  22. Architecture of Chelmsford Church, by F Chancellor … 195
  23. Extracts from an Old Chelmsford Parish Account Book, extending from 1557, the last year of Queen Mary, down to 1668, by Archdeacon Mildmay … 211
  24. The Dunmow Parish Accounts [from the year 1526], by Lewis A Majendie … 229
  25. Discovery of British and Roman Remains at North Ockenden [Ockendon] at White Notley … 238


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