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Essex 13 (LEY - )

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Essex 13 (LEY - )
undated; compiled c. 1860-1912
Level of description
Extent and format
1 volume
Scope and content
Folder containing various types of media relating to the following locations: Leyton, Leytonstone, Lindsell, Liston, Little Baddow, Little Bentley, Little Braxted, Little Bromley, Little Burstead, Littlebury, Little Clacton, Little Coggleshead, Little Dunmore, Little Easton, Little Hollingbury, Little Henny, Little Horkesley, Little Ilford, Little Leighs, Little Maplestead, Little Oakley, Little Parndon, Little Saling, Little Stambridge, Little Thurrock, Little Totham, Little Wakering, Little Warley, Loughton, Maldon, Manningtree, Great Maplestead, Little Maplestead, Margaret Roding, Margaretting, Markshall, Marks Tey, East Mersea, West Mersea, Messing and Middleton. The collection includes engravings, portraiture, articles, maps, newspaper clippings, drawings, photographs, prints and sketches. They detail notable locals, landscapes, architectural details, churches and historic buildings, stained glass patterns and memorial monuments. Also, a partial article relating to a 'greenman' at a pageant in Leystone and information on Edward Bright, purported to be the largest man to have lived in the UK in 1750. All items are mounted on sheets of cardstock.
Earle, Joseph Sim (1839-1912), yachtsman and antiquary