Photos of Witham, P (Photo) series, 1986 to 2006

Not generally on the website.  A few of them may be on my web site as illustrations (www.janetgyford.com)

They are in the form of prints in brown cardboard photo boxes in Janet Gyford’s collection.

Numbered P1/–1A  to P233/18.
Taken by Janet Gyford.

The first number is the film number. The second number, after the /, 
is the frame number.

See also the main page of photos, and the other tables of info: Slides of Witham (W series) and Slides of Witham (X series).

FilmFrameAByDate if knownYearDescriptionTypeCol/bw
P1 -1AJG31 August 19861986Benton Hall, in distance.35 mmbw
P1 0AJG31 August 19861986Benton Hall, middle distance.35 mmbw
P1 1AJG31 August 19861986Benton Hall, close-up.35 mmbw
P1 2AJG31 August 19861986118 Newland Street, Highway Cottage.35 mmbw
P1 3AJG31 August 19861986124 Newland Street (chemist) (part) 126 Newland Street (Allison and Partners, Insurance services, on sign at side), 128 Newland Street (E.G.Coates and son), the Crotchet, 130 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P1 4AJG31 August 19861986Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, from east.35 mmbw
P1 5AJG31 August 19861986Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, from west, and 8 Guithavon Valley (end).35 mmbw
P1 6AJG02 September 1986198635 Chipping Hill, Barnardiston House.35 mmbw
P1 7AJG02 September 1986198649 Chipping Hill (part), 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill.35 mmbw
P1 8AJG02 September 1986198643 Chipping Hill, 45 Chipping Hill, 49 Chipping Hill (part), 51 Chipping Hill (part).35 mmbw
P1 9AJG02 September 19861986Powershall End, old wall of Witham Place, general view from east.35 mmbw
P1 10AJG02 September 19861986Powershall End, old wall of Witham Place, close-up.35 mmbw
P1 11AJG02 September 19861986Barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End.35 mmbw
P1 12AJG02 September 19861986Chipping Hill Bridge from east (old wall of Witham Place behind but small), 6 Powershall End.35 mmbw
P1 13AJG05 September 1986198626 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 30 Chipping Hill, and St.Nicolas church, from south-west.35 mmbw
P1 14AJG05 September 1986198626 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 30 Chipping Hill, and St.Nicolas church, from south.35 mmbw
P1 15AJG05 September 19861986Church Street, front wall of old Quaker burial ground, next to 11 Church Street.35 mmbw
P1 16AJG05 September 19861986Barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End.35 mmbw
P1 17AJG05 September 1986198622 Church Street (part), 24 Church Street, 26 Church Street.35 mmbw
P1 18AJG05 September 19861986Lockram Lane, from south, 38 Newland Street (Lisa Marie) (part), 40 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity (part).35 mmbw
P1 19AJG05 September 19861986Lockram Lane, from south, 38 Newland Street (Lisa Marie) (part), 40 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity (part).35 mmbw
P2 0AJG21 September 19861986White Horse, 2 Church Street, 4 Church Street (part), 6 Church Street (part), 16 Church Street (E.and J.Tackle) (part).35 mmbw
P2 1AJG21 September 19861986White Horse, 2 Church Street.35 mmbw
P2 2AJG21 September 19861986Broad Mead (next to by-pass), with Cressing Temple 'for sale' notice from Savill's re. Cressing Temple estate. Reads ‘FOR SALE / 28 ACRES / CRESSING TEMPLE ESTATE / 364 ACRES – 8 LOTS AVAILABLE / SAVILL’S /0245 269311'.35 mmbw
P2 3AJG21 September 19861986Broad Mead (next to by-pass), general view from south-west looking north-east.35 mmbw
P2 4AJG21 September 1986198611 Bridge Street (part), 23 Bridge Street, 25 Bridge Street, 27 Bridge Street, 27a Bridge Street (Jeans florists) (part).35 mmbw
P2 5AJG21 September 1986198611 Bridge Street (part), 23 Bridge Street, 25 Bridge Street, 27 Bridge Street, 27a Bridge Street (Jeans florists) (part), 10 Bridge Street, 12 Bridge Street (part).35 mmbw
P2 6AJG21 September 1986198659 Newland Street, 61 Newland Street (Town and Country Building Society), 63 Newland Street (Mondy), 65 Newland Street, 67 Newland Street (Cheshunt Building Society (part).35 mmbw
P2 7AJG21 September 1986198659 Newland Street (part), 61 Newland (Town and Country Building Society) Street, 63 Newland Street (Mondy).35 mmbw
P2 8AJG21 September 19861986'Market place', Newland street, 64 Newland Street (DER), 39 Newland Street (distant), 41 Newland Street (distant), 43 Newland Street (distant), 45 Newland Street (distant), Spread Eagle (47 Newland Street, 49 Newland Street) (distant), 51 Newland Street (distant), 53 Newland Street (distant). In front of no 64, a new telephone box, the KX 100 type introduced in 1985.35 mmbw
P2 9AJG21 September 19861986Red Lion (7 Newland Street), 9 Newland Street (Woolwich Building Society).35 mmbw
P2 10AJG21 September 198619863 Newland Street (Freebornes) (Kempco), Freebornes Court (under construction).35 mmbw
P2 11AJG21 September 198619863 Newland Street (Freebornes) (Kempco).35 mmbw
P2 12AJG21 September 19861986Wall in front of Grove House (1 Newland Street) (Sedgwick) (part).35 mmbw
P2 13AJG21 September 19861986Wall in front of Grove House (1 Newland Street) (Sedgwick) (part).35 mmbw
P2 14AJG21 September 198619864 Newland Street (Avenue House), end wall.35 mmbw
P2 15AJG21 September 19861986Wall in front of Grove, Newland Street.35 mmbw
P2 16AJG21 September 19861986Grove Cottages, Newland Street, and north end of Chess Lane.35 mmbw
P2 17AJG21 September 19861986Forge,18 Chipping Hill, shutters.35 mmbw
P2 18AJG21 September 19861986Forge, 18 Chipping Hill (with 'for sale' sign).35 mmbw
P2 19AJG21 September 19861986Forge,18 Chipping Hill, shutters.35 mmbw
P2 20AJG21 September 19861986Forge,18 Chipping Hill, shutters.35 mmbw
P3 -1AJG24 February 19871987Barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End, from behind no. 3.35 mmbw
P3 0AJG24 February 19871987Barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End, from behind no. 3.35 mmbw
P3 1AJG24 February 19871987Barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End, from behind no. 3.35 mmbw
P3 2AJG24 February 19871987Barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End, from behind no. 3.35 mmbw
P3 3AJG24 February 19871987St.Nicolas church, from the south-east.35 mmbw
P3 4AJG24 February 19871987St.Nicolas church, from the south-east, with porch.35 mmbw
P3 5AJG24 February 19871987St.Nicolas church, from the south-east.35 mmbw
P3 6AJG24 February 1987198724 Chipping Hill from Church Street, with St.Nicolas church behind.35 mmbw
P3 7AJG14 March 1987198742 Church Street (part), 44 Church Street, 46 Church Street, 48 Church Street, 50 Church Street (distant).35 mmbw
P3 8AJG14 March 1987198722 Chipping Hill, 24 Chipping Hill, from Chipping Hill.35 mmbw
P3 9AJG14 March 19871987Chipping Hill, with St. Nicolas church, church hall, vicarage, Chipping Hill bridge, and meadow on river walk, from Tithe Close.35 mmbw
P3 10AJG14 March 19871987Chipping Hill, with St. Nicolas church, church hall, vicarage, Chipping Hill bridge, and meadow on river walk, from Tithe Close.35 mmbw
P3 11AJG14 March 19871987Chipping Hill, with St. Nicolas church, church hall, vicarage, Chipping Hill bridge, and meadow on river walk, from Tithe Close.35 mmbw
P3 12AJG14 March 1987198724 Chipping Hill from St.Nicolas churchyard, with tombstones in front of Matthew Nicholls or Nichols and Priscilla Hawes, wife of John Hawes, the oldest surviving tombstones in the churchyard. Inscriptions read: ‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 28 1700 / Aged 41 years’. ‘Here lieth the body of Priscilla the wife of John [ ]w[ ] who departed this life December ye 1[ ] 1731 aged 60 years’ (burial register has ‘PRISCILLA wife of JOHN Hawes, buried 1731 Dec.15).35 mmbw
P3 13AJG19 March 1987198729 Newland Street, close up of laths in broken piece of wall.35 mmbw
P3 14AJG19 March 19871987Chess Lane from south, with back of Grove Cottages, Newland Street, and garage corner of Avenue Road.35 mmbw
P3 15AJG20 March 19871987Powershall farm and barn.35 mmbw
P3 16AJG20 March 19871987Barn at Powershall farm.35 mmbw
P3 17AJG20 March 19871987Distant view of fields towards Wheelers farm from the road from Blunts Hall towards Terling.35 mmbw
P3 18AJG20 March 19871987Distant view of fields towards Wheelers farm from the road from Blunts Hall towards Terling.35 mmbw
P3 19AJG20 March 19871987Wheelers farm.35 mmbw
P3 20AJG20 March 19871987Earthwork at Blunts Hall from track on west side (in garden of 1 and 2 Blunts Hall farm cottages).35 mmbw
P4 -2AJG18 April 19871987The Gables (125 Newland Street, 127 Newland Street) and 129 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P4 -1AJG18 April 19871987The Gables (125 Newland Street, 127 Newland Street), 129 Newland Street, 137 Newland Street (part).35 mmbw
P4 0AJG18 April 19871987The Gables (125 Newland Street, 127 Newland Street), 129 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P4 1AJG18 April 19871987119 Newland Street (part), 121 Newland Street, The Gables (125 Newland Street, 127 Newland Street), 129 Newland Street (part).35 mmbw
P4 2AJG18 April 19871987Howbridge Hall, front, through trees.35 mmbw
P4 3AJG18 April 19871987Howbridge Hall, front, open.35 mmbw
P4 4AJG18 April 19871987Broad mead, next to by-pass.35 mmbw
P4 5AJG19 April 1987198724 Chipping Hill and St.Nicolas churchyard.35 mmbw
P4 6AJG19 April 1987198724 Chipping Hill from St.Nicolas churchyard, with tombstones in front of Matthew Nicholls or Nichols and Priscilla Hawes, wife of John Hawes, the oldest surviving tombstones in the churchyard. Inscriptions read: ‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 28 1700 / Aged 41 years’. ‘Here lieth the body of Priscilla the wife of John [ ]w[ ] who departed this life December ye 1[ ] 1731 aged 60 years’ (burial register has ‘PRISCILLA wife of JOHN Hawes, buried 1731 Dec.15)..35 mmbw
P4 7AJG19 April 1987198726 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 30 Chipping Hill, from St. Nicolas churchyard.35 mmbw
P4 8AJG19 April 19871987Maltings, Collins Lane, end wall facing Maldon Road and White Hart car park (south end), close up of red and black chequered brickwork (building later became no. 12 Grove shopping centre).35 mmbw
P4 9AJG09 May 19871987Forge,18 Chipping Hill, shutters to left of large doors.35 mmbw
P4 10AJG09 May 19871987Forge,18 Chipping Hill, shutters to left of large doors.35 mmbw
P4 11AJG09 May 19871987Forge,18 Chipping Hill, shutters to left of large doors.35 mmbw
P4 12AJG09 May 19871987Chantry wood, distant view across field.35 mmbw
P4 13AJG09 May 19871987Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).35 mmbw
P4 14AJG09 May 19871987Chantry wood, general view.35 mmbw
P4 15AJG09 May 19871987Chantry wood, view down road (Blue mills hill).35 mmbw
P4 16AJG09 May 19871987Junction of river Blackwater (on left) and river Brain (on right) with boat.35 mmbw
P4 17AJG09 May 19871987Maltings, Collins Lane, end wall facing Maldon Road and White Hart car park (south end), close up of red and black chequered brickwork (building later became no. 12 Grove shopping centre).35 mmbw
P4 18AJG09 May 19871987Maltings, Collins Lane, from Collins Lane, showing red and black chequered brickwork (building later became no. 12 Grove shopping centre).35 mmbw
P4 19AJG09 May 19871987Spread Eagle (47 Newland Street, 49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street (Kemsley, Whiteley and Ferris).35 mmbw
P4 20AJG09 May 19871987Spread Eagle (47 Newland Street, 49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street (Kemsley, Whiteley and Ferris).35 mmbw
P5 0AJG20 June 19871987Barnardiston House (35 Chipping Hill), White Horse (2 Church Street) (part).35 mmbw
P5 1AJG20 June 19871987Lockram Lane from north (Brownes on right), small part of 33 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P5 2AJG20 June 19871987Lockram Lane from north (Brownes on right).35 mmbw
P5 3AJG20 June 19871987Lockram Lane from north (Brownes on right, French Brand on left) , small part of 33 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P5 4AJG20 June 19871987Lockram Lane from north (Brownes on right, French Brand on left) , small part of 33 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P5 5AJG20 June 19871987Lockram Lane from north (Brownes on right) , small part of 33 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P5 6AJG20 June 19871987Lockram Lane from north (Brownes on right, French Brand on left) , small part of 33 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P5 7AJG20 June 19871987Lockram Lane from north (Brownes on right) , small part of 33 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P5 8AJG20 June 19871987Forge,18 Chipping Hill, shutters.35 mmbw
P5 9AJG20 June 19871987Forge,18 Chipping Hill, shutters.35 mmbw
P5 10AJG20 June 19871987Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, from west, and 8 Guithavon Valley (end).35 mmbw
P5 11AJG20 June 19871987Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, from west, and 8 Guithavon Valley (end).35 mmbw
P5 12AJG15 August 19871987Moat farm bridge(part) from south.35 mmbw
P5 13AJG15 August 19871987St.Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nicholls or Nichols, the oldest surviving tombstone in the churchyard. Inscription reads: ‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 28 1700 / Aged 41 years’.35 mmbw
P5 14AJG27 September 19871987151 Newland Street, end wall from south, showing laths, close-up.35 mmbw
P5 15AJG27 September 19871987151 Newland Street, end wall from south, showing laths.35 mmbw
P5 16AJG27 September 19871987Maltings, Collins Lane, with tiles off, during reconstruction to form no. 12 Grove shopping centre.35 mmbw
P5 17AJG27 September 19871987Maltings, Collins Lane, with tiles off, during reconstruction to form no. 12 Grove shopping centre.35 mmbw
P5 18AJG27 September 19871987Maltings, Collins Lane, with tiles off, during reconstruction to form no. 12 Grove shopping centre.35 mmbw
P5 19AJG27 September 19871987Maltings, Collins Lane, with tiles off, during reconstruction to form no. 12 Grove shopping centre.35 mmbw
P6 5JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott and Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).disccol
P6 6JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies, showing Judge John Southcott only.disccol
P6 7JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies, showing Elizabeth Southwell only (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).disccol
P6 8JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Kenwelmarsh hatchment, 1616, on north wall. Also refers to Dennics (Denise) Kenwelmarsh, nee Dennics (Denise) Barnard.disccol
P6 9JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Kenwelmarsh hatchment, 1616, on north wall. Also refers to Dennics (Denise) Kenwelmarsh, nee Dennics (Denise) Barnard.disccol
P6 10JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, monument on south wall to George Lisle (minister) and Ann Lisle.disccol
P6 11JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Nevill monument in chancel, north wall (text not legible in photo). Shows Sir Francis Harvey, Mary Harvey (formerly Mary Smith, nee Mary Nevill). Also refers to Sir Thomas Nevill, Dame Clara Nevill, Thomas Smith, Sir John Smith, John Harvey.disccol
P6 12JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Nevill monument in chancel, north wall (text not legible in photo). Shows Sir Francis Harvey, Mary Harvey (formerly Mary Smith, nee Mary Nevill). Also refers to Sir Thomas Nevill, Dame Clara Nevill, Thomas Smith, Sir John Smith, John Harvey.disccol
P6 13JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Nevill monument in chancel, north wall (text not legible in photo). Photo showing Sir Francis Harvey only. Also refers to Mary Harvey (formerly Mary Smith, nee Mary Nevill), Sir Thomas Nevill, Dame Clara Nevill, Thomas Smith, Sir John Smith, John Harvey.disccol
P6 14JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Barwell monument on pillar, north-west corner of chancel (text very small in photo). To Robert Barwell (younger), whose parents were Robert Barwell (elder) and Martha Barwell (elder), and whose wife was Sarah Barwell (formerly Sarah Newman. Put up by Newman Barwell,, Robert Barwell (youngest), Sarah Barwell, Martha Barwell (younger).disccol
P6 15JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Barwell monument on pillar, north-west corner of chancel (text very small in photo). To Robert Barwell (younger), whose parents were Robert Barwell (elder) and Martha Barwell (elder), and whose wife was Sarah Barwell (formerly Sarah Newman. Put up by Newman Barwell,, Robert Barwell (youngest), Sarah Barwell, Martha Barwell (younger).disccol
P7 1JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott and Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).110bw
P7 2JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies, showing Judge John Southcott only.110bw
P7 3JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies, showing Elizabeth Southwell only (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).110bw
P7 4JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Kenwelmarsh hatchment, 1616, on north wall. Also refers to Dennics (Denise) Kenwelmarsh, nee Dennics (Denise) Barnard.110bw
P7 5JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, monument on south wall to George Lisle (minister) and Ann Lisle.110bw
P7 6JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Harvey monument, ahowing Sir Francis Harvey, Mary Harvey.110bw
P7 7JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Harvey monument, ahowing Sir Francis Harvey, Mary Harvey.110bw
P7 8JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Barwell monument on pillar, north-west corner of chancel (text very small in photo). To Robert Barwell (younger), whose parents were Robert Barwell (elder) and Martha Barwell (elder), and whose wife was Sarah Barwell (formerly Sarah Newman. Put up by Newman Barwell,, Robert Barwell (youngest), Sarah Barwell, Martha Barwell (younger).110bw
P7 9JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Barwell monument on pillar, north-west corner of chancel (text very small in photo). To Robert Barwell (younger), whose parents were Robert Barwell (elder) and Martha Barwell (elder), and whose wife was Sarah Barwell (formerly Sarah Newman. Put up by Newman Barwell,, Robert Barwell (youngest), Sarah Barwell, Martha Barwell (younger).110bw
P7 10JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott and Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).110bw
P7 11JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, Pattisson monuments in south-west corner of chancel. One to Jacob Pattisson, his wife Sarah Pattisson, their two sons Jacob Pattisson the younger and William Henry Ebenezer Pattisson ('commonly called William Henry Pattisson'). Put up by Jacob Howell Pattisson. The other to Hannah Pattisson, wife of William Henry Pattisson, their son William Henry Pattisson and his wife Sarah Frances Pattisson (drowned on honeymoon).110bw
P7 12JG27 August 19871987St.Nicolas church, interior, too dark.110bw
P8 1JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston.disccol
P8 2JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston.disccol
P8 3JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston.disccol
P8 4JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston.disccol
P8 5JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Sir Thomas Barnardiston.disccol
P8 6JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Sir Thomas Barnardiston.disccol
P8 7JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Sir Thomas Barnardiston.disccol
P8 8JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Sir Thomas Barnardiston.disccol
P8 9JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Sir Thomas Barnardiston.disccol
P8 10JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument, showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Sir Thomas Barnardiston, Mary Barnardiston.disccol
P8 11JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument, showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Sir Thomas Barnardiston, Mary Barnardiston.disccol
P8 12JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston.disccol
P8 13JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument, inscription (not very clear), re. Kedington church, Suffolk, Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Sir Thomas Barnardiston, Mary Barnardiston.disccol
P8 14JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Mary Barnardiston.disccol
P8 15JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Sir Thomas Barnardiston.disccol
P9 1JG20 November 19871987St.Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nicholls or Nichols (too dark), the oldest surviving tombstone in the churchyard. Inscription reads: ‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 28 1700 / Aged 41 years’.110bw
P9 2JG20 November 19871987St.Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nicholls or Nichols, the oldest surviving tombstone in the churchyard. Inscription reads: ‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 28 1700 / Aged 41 years’.110bw
P9 3JG20 November 19871987St.Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nicholls or Nichols, the oldest surviving tombstone in the churchyard. Inscription reads: ‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 28 1700 / Aged 41 years’.110bw
P9 4JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston.110bw
P9 5JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston.110bw
P9 6JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Mary Barnardiston.110bw
P9 7JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Sir Thomas Barnardiston.110bw
P9 8JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Sir Thomas Barnardiston.110bw
P9 9JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Sir Thomas Barnardiston.110bw
P9 10JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Sir Thomas Barnardiston.110bw
P9 11JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument, showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Sir Thomas Barnardiston, Mary Barnardiston.110bw
P9 12JG20 November 19871987Kedington church, Suffolk, Barnardiston monument (part), showing Dame Katherine Barnardiston, Sir Thomas Barnardiston.110bw
P10 1JG11 January 19881988Little Elms public house, Dorothy Sayers Drive (formerly Elm farm).110bw
P10 2JG11 January 19881988Little Elms public house, Dorothy Sayers Drive (formerly Elm farm).110bw
P10 3JG11 January 19881988Houses on site of former Elm Hall farm, off Cressing Road and Conrad Road.110bw
P10 4JG11 January 19881988Houses on site of former Elm Hall farm, off Cressing Road and Conrad Road.110bw
P10 5JG11 January 19881988Houses on site of former Elm Hall farm, off Cressing Road and Conrad Road.110bw
P10 6JG11 January 19881988Cherry Tree public house, from back, from footbridge over Braintree railway line.110bw
P10 7JG24 January 19881988Moat farm bridge (similar to Bamford painting).110bw
P10 8JG24 January 19881988Moat farm bridge (similar to Bamford painting).110bw
P10 9JG24 January 19881988Moat farm bridge (similar to Bamford painting).110bw
P10 10JG24 January 19881988Chipping Hill bridge, 1 Powershall End (Mill House) and back of 6 Powershall End (similar to Mrs Bramston drawing in E.R.O. D/Dlu 17/4).110bw
P10 11JG24 January 198819881 Powershall End (Mill House).110bw
P10 12JG24 January 198819881 Powershall End (Mill House), with arch from mill.110bw
P11 1JG24 January 198819881 Powershall End (Mill House), with pond, and barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End, behind.110bw
P11 2JG24 January 198819881 Powershall End (Mill House), with pond, and barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End, behind, and Witham Place wall in distance.110bw
P11 3JG24 January 198819881 Powershall End (Mill House), with arch from mill, and barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End, behind.110bw
P11 4JG24 January 198819881 Powershall End (Mill House), with arch from mill, and barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End, behind.110bw
P11 5JG24 January 19881988Garden of 1 Powershall End (Mill House), with barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End, behind.110bw
P11 6JG24 January 19881988Garden of 1 Powershall End (Mill House), with barn at Spring Lodge, 3 Powershall End, behind.110bw
P11 7JG31 January 19881988Barn at Powershall farm.110bw
P11 8JG31 January 19881988Powershall farm with barn and pond.110bw
P11 9JG31 January 19881988Powershall farm with barn and pond.110bw
P11 10JG31 January 19881988St.Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nicholls or Nichols, the oldest surviving tombstones in the churchyard. Inscription reads: ‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 28 1700 / Aged 41 years’.110bw
P11 11JG31 January 19881988St.Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nicholls or Nichols, the oldest surviving tombstones in the churchyard. Inscription reads: ‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 28 1700 / Aged 41 years’. 22 Church Street and 24 Church Street behind.110bw
P11 12JG31 January 19881988St.Nicolas churchyard, tombstone of Matthew Nicholls or Nichols, the oldest surviving tombstones in the churchyard. Inscription reads: ‘Here lyeth the body of / Mat[ ] NICHOLS / w[ ]arted / th[ ]e / No[ ]ber the 28 1700 / Aged 41 years’. 22 Church Street, 24 Church Street, 26 Church Street, 28 Church Street, 30 Church Street, 32 Church Street, 34 Church Street, 36 Church Street, behind.110bw
P12 1JG04 March 19881988Blunts Hall from south, with site of earthwork on left (in garden of 1 and 2 Blunts Hall farm cottages).110bw
P12 2JG04 March 19881988Blunts Hall from south, with site of earthwork on left (in garden of 1 and 2 Blunts Hall farm cottages).110bw
P12 3JG04 March 19881988Blunts Hall from south.110bw
P12 4JG04 March 19881988Blunts Hall from south.110bw
P12 5JG04 March 19881988Blunts Hall from south.110bw
P12 6JG04 March 19881988Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east.110bw
P12 7JG04 March 19881988Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east.110bw
P12 8JG04 March 19881988View across field, from south looking north towards 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, and stream at back (south side) of them, former site of Battels tannery.110bw
P12 9JG04 March 19881988Earthwork at Blunts Hall from south-west (in garden of 1 and 2 Blunts Hall farm cottages)..110bw
P12 10JG04 March 19881988Earthwork at Blunts Hall from south-west (in garden of 1 and 2 Blunts Hall farm cottages).110bw
P12 11JG04 March 19881988Jobs Wood from south, across railway, with Termitts farm on left.110bw
P12 12JG04 March 19881988Jobs Wood from north, with new trees.110bw
P13 1JG04 March 19881988Jobs Wood from west showing mound (probably spoil from digging the railway cutting).110bw
P13 2JG04 March 19881988Drawing of Witham in 1680 by Charles Bannister (unclear).110bw
P13 3JG04 March 19881988Drawing of Witham in 1680 by Charles Bannister (unclear).110bw
P13 4JG04 March 19881988Ordnance Survey First edition of Witham (uncleara0.110bw
P13 5JG04 March 19881988Chapman and Andre map (unclear).110bw
P13 6JG25 March 19881988St.Nicolas church, Kenwelmarsh hatchment, 1616, on north wall. Also refers to Dennics (Denise) Kenwelmarsh, nee Dennics (Denise) Barnard.110bw
P13 7JG25 March 19881988St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott, Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).110bw
P13 8JG25 March 19881988St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies, showing Judge John Southcott only.110bw
P13 9JG25 March 19881988St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott, Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).110bw
P13 10JG25 March 19881988St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott, Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).110bw
P13 11JG25 March 19881988St.Nicolas church, Harvey monument, ahowing Sir Francis Harvey only.110bw
P13 12JG25 March 19881988St.Nicolas church, monument on south wall to George Lisle (minister) and Ann Lisle.110bw
P14 -1JG26 July 1988198849 Chipping Hill (part), 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill (part).35 mmbw
P14 0JG26 July 1988198849 Chipping Hill (part), 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill, 55a Chipping Hill (part).35 mmbw
P14 1JG26 July 1988198849 Chipping Hill (part), 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill.35 mmbw
P14 2JG26 July 1988198849 Chipping Hill (part), 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill (part).35 mmbw
P14 3JG26 July 1988198849 Chipping Hill, 51 Chipping Hill, 53 Chipping Hill, 55 Chipping Hill (part).35 mmbw
P14 4JG29 July 198819884 Guithavon Street (part is Witham Saddlery), 6 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain) (Alliance Building Society), 8 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain), 68 Newland Street (end) (Keith Prowse), 57 Newland street (Midland Bank) (part).35 mmbw
P14 5JG29 July 198819884 Guithavon Street (part is Witham Saddlery), 6 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain), (Alliance Building Society) 8 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain) (Jonathans), 68 Newland Street (end) (Keith Prowse), 57 Newland street (part) (Midland Bank).35 mmbw
P14 6JG15 August 1988198826 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 30 Chipping Hill, St. Nicolas church (part).35 mmbw
P14 7JG15 August 19881988Gates at empty site of 1 Chipping Hill (former glove factory, recently demolished), with pavilion in Spa Road in distance between them (to show visibility from earthworks towards Blunts Hall etc.).35 mmbw
P14 8JG15 August 19881988View west across empty site of 71 Collingwood Road, from south-west corner of railway bridge, across railway, showing empty site of 1 Chipping Hill, house at 7 Chipping Hill, 10 Chipping Hill, 12 Chipping Hill, tower of St.Nicolas church.35 mmbw
P14 9JG15 August 198819884 Guithavon Street (part is Witham Saddlery), 6 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain), (Alliance Building Society) 8 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain) (Jonathans), 68 Newland Street (end) (Keith Prowse).35 mmbw
P14 10JG15 August 198819884 Guithavon Street (part is Witham Saddlery), 6 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain), (Alliance Building Society) 8 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain) (Jonathans), 66 Newland Street (part) (Jonathans), 68 Newland Street (end) (Keith Prowse).35 mmbw
P14 11JG15 August 198819884 Guithavon Street (part is Witham Saddlery), 6 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain), (Alliance Building Society) 8 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain) (Jonathans), 68 Newland Street (end) (Keith Prowse).35 mmbw
P14 12JG15 August 198819884 Guithavon Street (part is Witham Saddlery), 6 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain), (Alliance Building Society) 8 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain) (Jonathans), 66 Newland Street (part) (Jonathans), 68 Newland Street (end) (Keith Prowse), 70 Newland Street (part) (Martins).35 mmbw
P14 13JG15 August 198819884 Guithavon Street (part is Witham Saddlery), 6 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain), (Alliance Building Society) 8 Guithavon Street (new, number not certain) (Jonathans), 66 Newland Street (part) (Jonathans), 68 Newland Street (end) (Keith Prowse), 70 Newland Street (part) (Martins).35 mmbw
P14 14JG15 August 19881988Benton Hall from south.35 mmbw
P14 15JG15 August 19881988Benton Hall from south.35 mmbw
P14 16JG15 August 19881988Blue Mills from bridge, with mill stream.35 mmbw
P14 17JG15 August 19881988Blue Mills bridge from south.35 mmbw
P14 18JG15 August 19881988Blue Mills bridge from south.35 mmbw
P14 19JG15 August 19881988Blue Mills bridge from south.35 mmbw
P14 20JG15 August 19881988Blue Mills bridge from south.35 mmbw
P14 21JG15 August 19881988Blue Mills from bridge, with mill stream.35 mmbw
P15 0JG15 August 1988198816 Newland Street (Roslyn House) from rear.35 mmbw
P15 1JG15 August 1988198816 Newland Street (Roslyn House) from rear.35 mmbw
P15 2JG15 August 1988198816 Newland Street (Roslyn House) from rear.35 mmbw
P15 3JG15 August 1988198816 Newland Street (Roslyn House) from rear.35 mmbw
P15 4JG15 August 1988198816 Newland Street (Roslyn House) from rear.35 mmbw
P15 5JG15 August 1988198816 Newland Street (Roslyn House) from rear.35 mmbw
P15 6JG15 August 1988198816 Newland Street (Roslyn House) from rear.35 mmbw
P15 7JG15 August 19881988Spread Eagle (49 Newland Street) (part) showing arch, 51 Newland Street (part).35 mmbw
P15 8JG15 August 1988198867 Newland Street (part), 83 Newland Street (E.T.Gilbert), 85 Newland Street (part).35 mmbw
P15 9JG18 September 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault).35 mmbw
P15 10JG18 September 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault).35 mmbw
P15 11JG18 September 1988198883 Newland Street (E.T.Gilbert), 85 Newland Street (part).35 mmbw
P15 12JG18 September 1988198867 Newland Street (part) (Prudential Property Services), 83 Newland Street (E.T.Gilbert), 85 Newland Street (part).35 mmbw
P15 13JG18 September 1988198867 Newland Street (part) (Prudential Property Services), 83 Newland Street (E.T.Gilbert), 85 Newland Street (part).35 mmbw
P15 14JG18 September 19881988118 Newland Street (Highway Bookshop, 124 Newland Street (chemist).35 mmbw
P15 15JG18 September 19881988118 Newland Street (Highway Bookshop, 124 Newland Street (chemist).35 mmbw
P15 16JG18 September 19881988118 Newland Street (Highway Bookshop).35 mmbw
P15 17JG18 September 19881988131 Newland Street (behind 137, facing side of 129).35 mmbw
P15 18JG18 September 19881988Old waterworks building, behind the Swan (153 Newland Street).35 mmbw
P15 19JG18 September 19881988Old waterworks building, behind the Swan (153 Newland Street).35 mmbw
P16 1JG07 May 1986198672 Newland Street, side wall showing laths. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidebw
P17 8JG15 August 19881988Gates at empty site of 1 Chipping Hill (former glove factory, recently demolished), with Witham Rugby Club posts and Witham Football club pavilion in Spa Road in distance between them (to show visibility from earthworks towards Blunts Hall etc.).110col
P17 9JG15 August 19881988View west across empty site of 71 Collingwood Road, from south-west corner of railway bridge, across railway, showing empty site of 1 Chipping Hill, house at 7 Chipping Hill, 10 Chipping Hill, 12 Chipping Hill, tower of St.Nicolas church.110col
P17 10JG15 August 19881988View west across empty site of 71 Collingwood Road, from south-west corner of railway bridge, across railway, showing empty site of 1 Chipping Hill, house at 7 Chipping Hill, 10 Chipping Hill, 12 Chipping Hill, tower of St.Nicolas church.110col
P17 11JG15 August 19881988View west from earthwork at edge of car park of Labour Hall, Collingwood Road, along railway and river walk.110col
P17 12JG15 August 19881988Benton Hall from south.110col
P17 13JG15 August 19881988Benton Hall from south.110col
P17 14JG15 August 19881988Benton Hall from south.110col
P18 14JG18 September 19881988Phone box, Collingwood Road, and Public Hall (part) (12 Collingwood Road).110col
P18 15JG18 September 19881988Phone box, Collingwood Road, and Public Hall (part) (12 Collingwood Road), and advert for Ria restaurant at 16 Newlands shopping centre.110col
P18 16JG18 September 19881988Phone box, Collingwood Road (opposite Public Hall).110col
P18 17JG18 September 19881988Phone box next to 27 Newlands Shopping Precinct.110col
P18 18JG18 September 19881988Inside of old waterworks building, behind the Swan (153 Newland Street).110col
P18 19JG18 September 19881988Inside of old waterworks building, behind the Swan (153 Newland Street).110col
P18 20JG18 September 19881988Old waterworks building, behind the Swan (153 Newland Street).110col
P18 21JG18 September 19881988Circus, with pony, on green at corner of Guithavon Road and Mill Lane, including 72 Mill Lane, 74 Mill Lane, and Bramston View, Mill Lane (part).110col
P18 22JG18 September 19881988Circus, with ponies and clown, on green at corner of Guithavon Road and Mill Lane.110col
P19 8JG30 September 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P19 9JG02 October 1988198861 Newland Street from rear.110col
P19 10JG02 October 19881988Fountain in park and recreation ground, Maldon Road, on north wall. Commemorating donation for park to vicar (Canon David Ingles) by friend (Tom Motion). Inscription on fountain reads: ‘THIS FOUNTAIN IS TO COMMEMORATE / THE GIFT OF THIS RECREATION GROUND / TO THE PARISH OF WITHAM /IN THE YEAR 1901 / BY ONE WHO WISHED TO BE KNOWN / AS THE "VICAR’S FRIEND"'. The fountain was unveiled in October 1913. The park had actually been opened in 1900 (not 1901), to the accompaniment of a procession, speeches, children's sports and refreshments, a promenade concert, dancing, a show of lantern slides by Mr Blood, and fireworks (Chelmsford Chronicle, 22 June 1900; see links for full report). The anonymous donation of £1,000 from the vicar’s friend was later revealed to have come from Tom Motion, whose brother Andrew Motion lived at Faulkbourne Hall (see volume now E.R.O. Accession 10510, page 62 (left). The vicar was Canon David Ingles.110col
P19 11JG02 October 19881988Fountain in park and recreation ground, Maldon Road, on north wall. Commemorating donation for park to vicar (Canon David Ingles) by friend (Tom Motion). Inscription on fountain reads: ‘THIS FOUNTAIN IS TO COMMEMORATE / THE GIFT OF THIS RECREATION GROUND / TO THE PARISH OF WITHAM /IN THE YEAR 1901 / BY ONE WHO WISHED TO BE KNOWN / AS THE "VICAR’S FRIEND"'. The fountain was unveiled in October 1913. The park had actually been opened in 1900 (not 1901), to the accompaniment of a procession, speeches, children's sports and refreshments, a promenade concert, dancing, a show of lantern slides by Mr Blood, and fireworks (Chelmsford Chronicle, 22 June 1900; see links for full report). The anonymous donation of £1,000 from the vicar’s friend was later revealed to have come from Tom Motion, whose brother Andrew Motion lived at Faulkbourne Hall (see volume now E.R.O. Accession 10510, page 62 (left). The vicar was Canon David Ingles.110col
P19 12JG02 October 1988198883 Newland Street from rear showing gateway, 67 Newland Street from rear (part).110col
P19 13JG02 October 19881988Inscription on wall between 59 Newland Street and 61 Newland Street, 'This wall belongs to Mills Bawtree and Co.'. Mills Bawtree and Co. were the bankers at 61 Newland Street after Sparrows, who were there 1826 and then failed.110col
P19 14JG02 October 19881988Inscription on wall between 59 Newland Street and 61 Newland Street, 'This wall belongs to Mills Bawtree and Co.', close-up. Mills Bawtree and Co. were the bankers at 61 Newland Street after Sparrows, who were there 1826 and then failed.110col
P19 15JG02 October 1988198860 Avenue Road, 62 Avenue Road, 64 Avenue Road, gate-post of Avenue Lodge, Collingwood Road bridge, St. Nicolas church (far distance).110col
P19 16JG02 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.110col
P19 17JG02 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear.110col
P19 18JG02 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear.110col
P19 19JG02 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.110col
P19 20JG02 October 19881988Garden of 61 Newland Street and 59 Newland Street (poor quality).110col
P19 21JG02 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.110col
P19 22JG02 October 19881988Garden of 61 Newland Street and 59 Newland Street (poor quality).110col
P20 1JG18 September 19881988131 Newland Street (behind 137 Newland Street) from behind 141, i.e. from south.35 mmbw
P20 2JG18 September 19881988131 Newland Street (behind 137 Newland Street) from behind 141, i.e. from south.35 mmbw
P20 3JG30 September 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P20 4JG30 September 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P20 5JG30 September 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P20 8JG01 October 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault).35 mmbw
P20 9JG01 October 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault).35 mmbw
P20 10JG01 October 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault), side of 121 Newland Street (part), side of 125 Newland Street (small part).35 mmbw
P20 11JG01 October 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault), 121 Newland Street (part), 125 Newland Street (small part).35 mmbw
P20 12JG01 October 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault).35 mmbw
P20 13JG01 October 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault), side of 121 Newland Street (part), side of 125 Newland Street (small part).35 mmbw
P20 14JG01 October 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault), side of 121 Newland Street (part), side of 125 Newland Street (small part).35 mmbw
P20 15JG02 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P20 16JG02 October 19881988Fountain in park and recreation ground, Maldon Road, on north wall. Commemorating donation for park to vicar (Canon David Ingles) by friend (Tom Motion). Inscription on fountain reads: ‘THIS FOUNTAIN IS TO COMMEMORATE / THE GIFT OF THIS RECREATION GROUND / TO THE PARISH OF WITHAM /IN THE YEAR 1901 / BY ONE WHO WISHED TO BE KNOWN / AS THE "VICAR’S FRIEND"'. The fountain was unveiled in October 1913. The park had actually been opened in 1900 (not 1901), to the accompaniment of a procession, speeches, children's sports and refreshments, a promenade concert, dancing, a show of lantern slides by Mr Blood, and fireworks (Chelmsford Chronicle, 22 June 1900; see links for full report). The anonymous donation of £1,000 from the vicar’s friend was later revealed to have come from Tom Motion, whose brother Andrew Motion lived at Faulkbourne Hall (see volume now E.R.O. Accession 10510, page 62 (left). The vicar was Canon David Ingles.35 mmbw
P20 17JG02 October 19881988Fountain in park and recreation ground, Maldon Road, on north wall. Commemorating donation for park to vicar (Canon David Ingles) by friend (Tom Motion). Inscription on fountain reads: ‘THIS FOUNTAIN IS TO COMMEMORATE / THE GIFT OF THIS RECREATION GROUND / TO THE PARISH OF WITHAM /IN THE YEAR 1901 / BY ONE WHO WISHED TO BE KNOWN / AS THE "VICAR’S FRIEND"'. The fountain was unveiled in October 1913. The park had actually been opened in 1900 (not 1901), to the accompaniment of a procession, speeches, children's sports and refreshments, a promenade concert, dancing, a show of lantern slides by Mr Blood, and fireworks (Chelmsford Chronicle, 22 June 1900; see links for full report). The anonymous donation of £1,000 from the vicar’s friend was later revealed to have come from Tom Motion, whose brother Andrew Motion lived at Faulkbourne Hall (see volume now E.R.O. Accession 10510, page 62 (left). The vicar was Canon David Ingles.35 mmbw
P20 18JG02 October 1988198883 Newland Street from rear showing gateway, 67 Newland Street from rear (part).35 mmbw
P20 19JG02 October 1988198883 Newland Street from rear showing gateway, 67 Newland Street from rear (part).35 mmbw
P20 20JG02 October 19881988Inscription on wall between 59 Newland Street and 61 Newland Street, 'This wall belongs to Mills Bawtree and Co.' . Mills Bawtree and Co. were the bankers at 61 Newland Street after Sparrows, who were there 1826 and then failed.35 mmbw
P20 21JG02 October 19881988Cut Throat Lane.35 mmbw
P20 22JG02 October 19881988Cut Throat Lane.35 mmbw
P20 23JG02 October 19881988Path from opening from Holly Walk, est towards pond, on way to Rivenhall and Hoo Hall (pond is where trees are).35 mmbw
P20 24JG02 October 19881988Rectory Lane.35 mmbw
P20 25JG02 October 19881988Rectory Lane.35 mmbw
P20 26JG02 October 19881988Rectory Lane.35 mmbw
P20 27JG12 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P20 28JG12 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P20 29JG12 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P20 30JG12 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear.35 mmbw
P20 31JG12 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear.35 mmbw
P20 32JG12 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear.35 mmbw
P20 33JG12 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P20 34JG12 October 1988198861 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 70 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P20 35JG29 October 19881988Wheelers farm.35 mmbw
P20 36JG29 October 19881988Wheelers farm.35 mmbw
P20 -1JG18 September 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault).35 mmbw
P20 0JG18 September 19881988123 Newland Street (former cider vault).35 mmbw
P21 1JG29 October 19881988Wheelers farm.110col
P21 2JG29 October 19881988Wheelers farm.110col
P21 3JG29 October 19881988Wheelers farm.110col
P21 4JG29 October 19881988View of Witham from near Wheelers farm, to show earthworks area between church and maltings.110col
P21 5JG29 October 19881988View of Witham from near Wheelers farm, to show earthworks area between church and maltings.110col
P21 6JG29 October 19881988Powershall farm in distance from south across field.110col
P21 7JG30 October 19881988Garden Centre, Maldon Road (opposite Sauls Avenue) (Cramphorn).110col
P21 8JG30 October 19881988Garden Centre, Maldon Road (opposite Sauls Avenue) (Cramphorn).110col
P21 9JG30 October 19881988Garden Centre, Maldon Road (opposite Sauls Avenue) (Cramphorn).110col
P21 10JG30 October 19881988Garden Centre, Maldon Road (opposite Sauls Avenue) (Cramphorn).110col
P21 11JG30 October 19881988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, from south.110col
P22 1JG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P22 2JG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P22 3JG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P22 4JG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P22 5JG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P22 6JG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P22 7JG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P22 8JG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P22 9JG27 November 19881988Tarecroft wood from west.110col
P22 10JG27 December 19881988Footbridge over river Brain, Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley.110col
P22 11JG27 December 19881988Footbridge over river Brain, Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley.110col
P22 12JG27 December 19881988Footbridge over river Brain, Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley.110col
P22 13JG22 January 19891989The James Matthews plaque on the wall on the south side of Newlands Drive, near Guithavon Street ('road to car park' on the linked plan). The inscription reads: ‘THIS WALL FIFTY / YARDS LONG PROVIDED / BY JAMES MATTHEWS / JULY 1817’. The plaque was moved to here from its original site on a wall in Lockram Lane (see E.R.O. T/P 198/5). The wall in the photo has since been demolished also, and the plaque moved again to a separate structure nearby in Guithavon Street.110col
P22 14JG22 January 19891989The James Matthews plaque on the wall on the south side of Newlands Drive, near Guithavon Street ('road to car park' on the linked plan). The inscription reads: ‘THIS WALL FIFTY / YARDS LONG PROVIDED / BY JAMES MATTHEWS / JULY 1817’. The plaque was moved to here from its original site on a wall in Lockram Lane (see E.R.O. T/P 198/5). The wall in the photo has since been demolished also, and the plaque moved again to a separate structure nearby in Guithavon Street.110col
P22 15JG22 January 19891989The James Matthews plaque and the 1881 plaque, on the wall on the south side of Newlands Drive, near Guithavon Street ('road to car park' on the linked plan). All Saints church behind. The Matthews inscription reads: ‘THIS WALL FIFTY / YARDS LONG PROVIDED / BY JAMES MATTHEWS / JULY 1817’. The plaque was moved to here from its original site on a wall in Lockram Lane (see E.R.O. T/P 198/5). The 1881 plaque reads 'AD / 1881'. It was moved here from its original site on front of 46 Newland Street (demolished c.1967). The wall in the photo has since been demolished also, and the plaques moved again to a separate structure nearby in Guithavon Street.110col
P22 16JG22 January 19891989The James Matthews plaque and the 1881 plaque, on the wall on the south side of Newlands Drive, near Guithavon Street ('road to car park' on the linked plan). All Saints church behind. The Matthews inscription reads: ‘THIS WALL FIFTY / YARDS LONG PROVIDED / BY JAMES MATTHEWS / JULY 1817’. The plaque was moved to here from its original site on a wall in Lockram Lane (see E.R.O. T/P 198/5). The 1881 plaque reads 'AD / 1881'. It was moved here from its original site on front of 46 Newland Street (demolished c.1967). The wall in the photo has since been demolished also, and the plaques moved again to a separate structure nearby in Guithavon Street.110col
P22 17JG22 January 19891989The 1881 plaque, on the wall on the south side of Newlands Drive, near Guithavon Street ('road to car park' on the linked plan). It reads 'AD / 1881'. It was moved here from its original site on front of 46 Newland Street (demolished c.1967). The wall in the photo has since been demolished also, and the plaque moved again to a separate structure nearby in Guithavon Street.110col
P22 18JG22 January 19891989General view from Guithavon Street, showing corner of 8 Guithavon Street (Jonathans), building site (later Penhaligon Court). Also the wall on which the James Matthews plaque formerly in Lockram Lane, and the 1881 plaque formerly on 46 Newland Street, are situated (see linked plans, and P22/13-17).110col
P22 19JG22 January 19891989General view from Guithavon Street, showing corner of 8 Guithavon Street (Jonathans), building site (later Penhaligon Court). Also the wall on which the James Matthews plaque formerly in Lockram Lane, and the 1881 plaque formerly on 46 Newland Street, are situated (see linked plan, and P22/13-17).110col
P22 20JG22 January 19891989View looking west across site later Penhaligon Court, with 3-19 Guithavon Street in background, also showing the wall on which the James Matthews plaque formerly in Lockram Lane, and the 1881 plaque formerly on 46 Newland Street, are situated (see linked plan, and P22/13-17). The James Matthews plaque is behind the right hand leg of the red girders, and the 1881 plaque is to the left of the red girders, over the pile of earth.110col
P22 21JG22 January 19891989View looking west across site later Penhaligon Court, with 3-17 Guithavon Street in background, also showing the wall on which the James Matthews plaque formerly in Lockram Lane, and the 1881 plaque formerly on 46 Newland Street, are situated (see linked plan, and P22/13-17). Also shows part of All Saints Church.110col
P22 22JG22 January 19891989Top of Newland Street, looking south, 4 Newland Street (Avenue House) in foreground. Similar to Virtue print of c.1836.110col
P22 23JG22 January 19891989Top of Newland Street, looking south, 4 Newland Street (Avenue House) in foreground. Similar to etching of c.1836.110col
P22 24JG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic school behind old Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road (school demolished soon afterwards).110col
P23 1JG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic school behind old Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road (school demolished soon afterwards).110col
P23 2JG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic school behind old Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road (school demolished soon afterwards).110col
P23 3JG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic school behind old Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road (school demolished soon afterwards).110col
P23 4JG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic presbytery next to old Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road.110col
P23 5JG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road, with former Roman Catholic school behind (school demolished soon afterwards).110col
P23 6JG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road, with former Roman Catholic school behind (school demolished soon afterwards).110col
P23 7JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Samuel Thomas Davies, erected by the Guithavon Lodge of the Independent Order of Foresters (not legible in photo). Inscription reads ‘Sacred to the memory of SAMUEL THOMAS DAVIES who died 6th Nov 1898 aged 66 years. This stone is erected by the Members of the Guithavon Lodge of I O O F MU And other friends in Recognition of 40 years devoted work as secretary of this Lodge and for the welfare of this Town’. I O O F is the Independent Order of Foresters. If entering the churchyard from Lockram Lane, and walking up the central path towards the church, it is the seventh on the right.110col
P23 8JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of A.W.Randall. Inscription reads ‘M/29694 SERJEANT / A. W. RANDALL MSM. / ARMY SERVICE CORPS / 15TH MARCH 1918 AGE 25’ with badge over and cross below.110col
P23 9JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Sarah Elizabeth Speakman, Francis Speakman, and Mary Ann Speakman. Inscription reads ‘Loving Memory / SARAH ELIZABETH / WIFE OF / FRANCIS SPEAKMAN / WHO DIED FEBRUARY 3 1899 / FOR EVER WITH THE LORD / AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF / FRANCIS SPEAKMAN / BORN APRIL 11TH 1829 / DIED MARCH 29TH 1917 / HIS END WAS PEACE / AND OF / MARY ANN SPEAKMAN / BORN AUGUST 9TH 1853 / DIED SEPT. 21ST 1917 / AT REST'.110col
P23 10JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, grave of the Round family. Section re. Harold Cecil Round on east side, reading ‘HAROLD CECIL ROUND D.S.O. M.C. CAPT. RIFLE BRIGADE KILLED IN ACTION IN THE MENIN ROAD AUG. 24 1917 AGED 21’ (from Essex Family History Society survey). The grave is next to Lockram Lane, a few graves to the right of the entrance. See description of P23/19 for full inscription.110col
P23 11JG22 January 19891989Robin in tree in Lockram Lane near All Saints churchyard.110col
P23 12JG22 January 19891989River Brain, near the site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, from the east.110col
P23 13JG22 January 19891989View from Armond Road of the bank next to Earlsmead, part of earthworks (later built on for four new houses in Earlsmead).110col
P23 14JG22 January 19891989The James Matthews plaque on the wall on the south side of Newlands Drive, near Guithavon Street ('road to car park' on the linked plan). The inscription reads: ‘THIS WALL FIFTY / YARDS LONG PROVIDED / BY JAMES MATTHEWS / JULY 1817’. The plaque was moved to here from its original site on a wall in Lockram Lane (see E.R.O. T/P 198/5). The wall in the photo has since been demolished also, and the plaque moved again to a separate structure nearby in Guithavon Street.110col
P23 15JG22 January 19891989The James Matthews plaque on the wall on the south side of Newlands Drive, near Guithavon Street ('road to car park' on the linked plan). The inscription reads: ‘THIS WALL FIFTY / YARDS LONG PROVIDED / BY JAMES MATTHEWS / JULY 1817’. The plaque was moved to here from its original site on a wall in Lockram Lane (see E.R.O. T/P 198/5). The wall in the photo has since been demolished also, and the plaque moved again to a separate structure nearby in Guithavon Street.110col
P23 16JG22 January 19891989General view of All Saints churchyard.110col
P23 17JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, grave of the Round family. Section re. Harold Cecil Round on east side, reading ‘HAROLD CECIL ROUND D.S.O. M.C. CAPT. RIFLE BRIGADE KILLED IN ACTION IN THE MENIN ROAD AUG. 24 1917 AGED 21’ (from Essex Family History Society survey). The grave is next to Lockram Lane, a few graves to the right of the entrance. See description of P23/19 for full inscription.110col
P23 18JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, grave of the Round family. Section re. Harold Cecil Round on east side, reading ‘HAROLD CECIL ROUND D.S.O. M.C. CAPT. RIFLE BRIGADE KILLED IN ACTION IN THE MENIN ROAD AUG. 24 1917 AGED 21’ (from Essex Family History Society survey). The grave is next to Lockram Lane, a few graves to the right of the entrance. See description of P23/19 for full inscription.110col
P23 19JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, grave of Round family, general view, including Francis Richard Round, Harold Cecil Round, James Murray Round, Frances Emily Round, Auriol F. Round, some killed during First World War The details according to the Essex Family History Society survey are: DOUBLE GRAVE. CENTRAL CROSS (BROKEN OFF). PLAIN KERB SOUTH END ‘FRANCIS RICHARD ROUND C.M.O. ENTERED INTO REST NOVEMBER 24 1920 AGED 75’ EAST SIDE ‘HAROLD CECIL ROUND D.S.O. M.C. CAPT. RIFLE BRIGADE KILLED IN ACTION IN THE MENIN ROAD AUG. 24 1917 AGED 21’ NORTH SIDE ‘JAMES MURRAY ROUND M.C. CAPT ESSEX REGT. KILLED IN ACTION BEAUMONT HAMEL NOV. 13 1916 AGED 22’ WEST SIDE ‘FRANCES EMILY ROUND ENTERED INTO REST APRIL 21 1929 AGED 72’ CROSS BASE ‘IN MEMORIAM AURIOL F. ROUND / LIEUTENANT 2 ESSEX REGIMENT / WOUNDED NEAR CAL(T)EAU / DIED 5 SEPTEMBER 1914 AGED 22 / The happy warrior’. Auriol Round was one of the first Witham soldiers killed in the First World War and his funeral was reported in detail; see links for a copy. Also see photos M158, M159 and M160 in JG's 'M' photo collection. The grave is next to Lockram Lane, a few graves to the right of the entrance.110col
P23 20JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of James Church and Mary Church. Inscription reads as follows. The end was not visible by the time of the photo and has been taken from the Essex Family History Society survey. ‘TO / THE MEMORY OF / MR JAMES CHURCH / formerly of Rochester / AND 22 YEARS MANAGER OF THE / GAS WORKS IN THIS TOWN / WHO DIED MARCH 3 1858 / AGED 67 YEARS / Mark the perfect man and behold {???] upright: for the end of that man is peace’ / ALSO OF / MARY / RELICT OF THE ABOVE / WHO DIED AT CHICHESTER[?] FEBRUARY 1870[?]’.110col
P23 21JG22 January 19891989River Brain, near the site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, from the west.110col
P23 22JG22 January 19891989River Brain, near the site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, from the west.110col
P23 23JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P23 24JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P24 -1AJG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field (dark).35 mmbw
P24 0AJG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field (dark).35 mmbw
P24 1AJG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P24 2AJG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field (dark).35 mmbw
P24 5AJG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P24 6AJG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field (dark).35 mmbw
P24 7AJG27 November 19881988Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field (dark).35 mmbw
P24 8AJG27 December 19881988Footbridge over river Brain, Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, also Evangelical church, Guithavon Valley.35 mmbw
P24 9AJG27 December 19881988Footbridge over river Brain, Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, also Evangelical church, Guithavon Valley.35 mmbw
P24 10AJG27 December 19881988Footbridge over river Brain, Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, also Evangelical church, Guithavon Valley.35 mmbw
P24 11AJG27 December 19881988Footbridge over river Brain, Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, also Evangelical church, Guithavon Valley.35 mmbw
P24 12AJG27 December 19881988Footbridge over river Brain, Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, also Evangelical church, Guithavon Valley.35 mmbw
P24 13AJG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic school behind old Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road (school demolished soon afterwards).35 mmbw
P24 14AJG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic school behind old Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road (school demolished soon afterwards).35 mmbw
P24 15AJG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road, with former Roman Catholic school behind (school demolished soon afterwards).35 mmbw
P24 16AJG22 January 19891989Former Roman Catholic church in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road, with former Roman Catholic school behind (school demolished soon afterwards).35 mmbw
P24 17AJG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of A.W.Randall. Inscription reads ‘M/29694 SERJEANT / A. W. RANDALL MSM. / ARMY SERVICE CORPS / 15TH MARCH 1918 AGE 25’ with badge over and cross below.35 mmbw
P24 18AJG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, grave of the Round family. Base of central cross relating to Auriol F.Round, reading ‘IN MEMORIAM AURIOL F. ROUND / LIEUTENANT 2 ESSEX REGIMENT / WOUNDED NEAR CAL(T)EAU / DIED 5 SEPTEMBER 1914 AGED 22 / The happy warrior’ (from Essex Family History Society survey). Auriol Round was one of the first Witham soldiers killed in the First World War and his funeral was reported in detail; see the links for a copy. Also see photos M158, M159 and M160 in JG's 'M' photo collection. The grave is next to Lockram Lane, a few graves to the right of the entrance. See description of P23/19 for full inscription.35 mmbw
P25 -1JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, grave of the Round family. Section re. Harold Cecil Round on east side, reading ‘HAROLD CECIL ROUND D.S.O. M.C. CAPT. RIFLE BRIGADE KILLED IN ACTION IN THE MENIN ROAD AUG. 24 1917 AGED 21’ (from Essex Family History Society survey). The grave is next to Lockram Lane, a few graves to the right of the entrance. See description of P23/19 for full inscription.35 mmbw
P25 0JG22 January 19891989The James Matthews plaque on the wall on the south side of Newlands Drive, near Guithavon Street ('road to car park' on the linked plan). The inscription reads: ‘THIS WALL FIFTY / YARDS LONG PROVIDED / BY JAMES MATTHEWS / JULY 1817’. The plaque was moved to here from its original site on a wall in Lockram Lane (see E.R.O. T/P 198/5). The wall in the photo has since been demolished also, and the plaque moved again to a separate structure nearby in Guithavon Street.35 mmbw
P25 1JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard from south end, looking north.35 mmbw
P25 2JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, grave of the Round family. Section re. Harold Cecil Round on east side, reading ‘HAROLD CECIL ROUND D.S.O. M.C. CAPT. RIFLE BRIGADE KILLED IN ACTION IN THE MENIN ROAD AUG. 24 1917 AGED 21’ (from Essex Family History Society survey). The grave is next to Lockram Lane, a few graves to the right of the entrance. See description of P23/19 for full inscription.35 mmbw
P25 3JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, grave of the Round family. Section re. Harold Cecil Round on east side, reading ‘HAROLD CECIL ROUND D.S.O. M.C. CAPT. RIFLE BRIGADE KILLED IN ACTION IN THE MENIN ROAD AUG. 24 1917 AGED 21’ (from Essex Family History Society survey). The grave is next to Lockram Lane, a few graves to the right of the entrance. See description of P23/19 for full inscription.35 mmbw
P25 4JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, grave of Round family, general view, including Francis Richard Round, Harold Cecil Round, James Murray Round, Frances Emily Round, Auriol F. Round, some killed during First World War The details according to the Essex Family History Society survey are: DOUBLE GRAVE. CENTRAL CROSS (BROKEN OFF). PLAIN KERB SOUTH END ‘FRANCIS RICHARD ROUND C.M.O. ENTERED INTO REST NOVEMBER 24 1920 AGED 75’ EAST SIDE ‘HAROLD CECIL ROUND D.S.O. M.C. CAPT. RIFLE BRIGADE KILLED IN ACTION IN THE MENIN ROAD AUG. 24 1917 AGED 21’ NORTH SIDE ‘JAMES MURRAY ROUND M.C. CAPT ESSEX REGT. KILLED IN ACTION BEAUMONT HAMEL NOV. 13 1916 AGED 22’ WEST SIDE ‘FRANCES EMILY ROUND ENTERED INTO REST APRIL 21 1929 AGED 72’ CROSS BASE ‘IN MEMORIAM AURIOL F. ROUND / LIEUTENANT 2 ESSEX REGIMENT / WOUNDED NEAR CAL(T)EAU / DIED 5 SEPTEMBER 1914 AGED 22 / The happy warrior’. Auriol Round was one of the first Witham soldiers killed in the First World War and his funeral was reported in detail; see links. Also see photos M158, M159 and M160 in JG's 'M' photo collection. The grave is next to Lockram Lane, a few graves to the right of the entrance.35 mmbw
P25 5JG22 January 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of James Church and Mary Church. Inscription reads as follows. The end was not visible by the time of the photo and has been taken from the Essex Family History Society survey. ‘TO / THE MEMORY OF / MR JAMES CHURCH / formerly of Rochester / AND 22 YEARS MANAGER OF THE / GAS WORKS IN THIS TOWN / WHO DIED MARCH 3 1858 / AGED 67 YEARS / Mark the perfect man and behold [???] upright: for the end of that man is peace’ / ALSO OF / MARY / RELICT OF THE ABOVE / WHO DIED AT CHICHESTER[?] FEBRUARY 1870[?]’.35 mmbw
P25 6JG22 January 19891989River Brain, near the site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, from the east.35 mmbw
P25 7JG22 January 19891989River Brain, near the site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, from the east.35 mmbw
P25 8JG22 January 19891989River Brain, near the site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, from the east.35 mmbw
P25 9JG22 January 19891989River Brain, near the site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, from the east.35 mmbw
P25 10JG22 January 19891989River Brain, near the site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, from the east.35 mmbw
P25 11JG22 January 19891989River Brain, near the site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, from the east.35 mmbw
P25 12JG22 January 19891989River Brain, near the site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, opposite 3-5 Guithavon Valley, from the east.35 mmbw
P25 13JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P25 14JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P25 15JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P25 16JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P25 17JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P25 18JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P25 19JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P25 20JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.35 mmbw
P26 -1AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).35 mmbw
P26 0AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).35 mmbw
P26 1AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).35 mmbw
P26 2AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).35 mmbw
P26 3AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).35 mmbw
P26 4AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).35 mmbw
P26 5AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill), with another bank further away.35 mmbw
P26 6AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill), showing section through bank.35 mmbw
P26 7AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west).35 mmbw
P26 8AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west).35 mmbw
P26 9AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west).35 mmbw
P26 10AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west).35 mmbw
P26 11AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west).35 mmbw
P26 12AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west).35 mmbw
P26 13AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west).35 mmbw
P26 14AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking uphill (north-east).35 mmbw
P26 15AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, near south-west corner, with firewood.35 mmbw
P26 16AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, near south-west corner, with firewood.35 mmbw
P26 17AJG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, near south-west corner, with firewood.35 mmbw
P26 18AJG25 March 19891989Blue Mills.35 mmbw
P26 19AJG25 March 19891989Blue Mills bridge, south side from west.35 mmbw
P26 20AJG25 March 19891989Blue Mills bridge, south side from west.35 mmbw
P27 -1AJG31 March 19891989Lockram Lane (including Brownes) from south, 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity), 40 Newland Street (Lisa Marie).35 mmbw
P27 0AJG31 March 19891989Lockram Lane (including Brownes) from south, 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity), 40 Newland Street (Lisa Marie).35 mmbw
P27 1AJG31 March 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Samuel Thomas Davies, erected by the Guithavon Lodge of the Independent Order of Foresters (not legible in photo). Inscription reads ‘Sacred to the memory of SAMUEL THOMAS DAVIES who died 6th Nov 1898 aged 66 years. This stone is erected by the Members of the Guithavon Lodge of I O O F MU And other friends in Recognition of 40 years devoted work as secretary of this Lodge and for the welfare of this Town’. I O O F is the Independent Order of Foresters. If entering the churchyard from Lockram Lane, and walking up the central path towards the church, it is the seventh on the right.35 mmbw
P27 2AJG31 March 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Samuel Thomas Davies, erected by the Guithavon Lodge of the Independent Order of Foresters (not legible in photo). Inscription reads ‘Sacred to the memory of SAMUEL THOMAS DAVIES who died 6th Nov 1898 aged 66 years. This stone is erected by the Members of the Guithavon Lodge of I O O F MU And other friends in Recognition of 40 years devoted work as secretary of this Lodge and for the welfare of this Town’. I O O F is the Independent Order of Foresters. If entering the churchyard from Lockram Lane, and walking up the central path towards the church, it is the seventh on the right.35 mmbw
P27 3AJG31 March 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Samuel Thomas Davies, erected by the Guithavon Lodge of the Independent Order of Foresters (not legible in photo). Inscription reads ‘Sacred to the memory of SAMUEL THOMAS DAVIES who died 6th Nov 1898 aged 66 years. This stone is erected by the Members of the Guithavon Lodge of I O O F MU And other friends in Recognition of 40 years devoted work as secretary of this Lodge and for the welfare of this Town’. I O O F is the Independent Order of Foresters. If entering the churchyard from Lockram Lane, and walking up the central path towards the church, it is the seventh on the right.35 mmbw
P27 4AJG31 March 19891989Collingwood House, 15 Collingwood Road.35 mmbw
P27 5AJG31 March 19891989Former Roman Catholic churchyard in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road, tombstone of J.O'Connell. Inscription reads: ‘3088 PRIVATE J. O’CONNELL / ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGT. / 17TH APRIL 1915’.35 mmbw
P27 6AJG31 March 19891989Former Roman Catholic churchyard in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road, tombstone of J.O'Connell. Inscription reads: ‘3088 PRIVATE J. O’CONNELL / ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGT. / 17TH APRIL 1915’.35 mmbw
P27 7AJG31 March 19891989Chess Lane from south, with line of old Maldon railway line in front.35 mmbw
P27 8AJG31 March 19891989Chess Lane from south, with line of old Maldon railway line in front.35 mmbw
P27 9AJG31 March 19891989Chess Lane from south, with line of old Maldon railway line in front.35 mmbw
P27 10AJG31 March 19891989Line of old Maldon railway line, looking south from Chess Lane.35 mmbw
P27 11AJG31 March 19891989Chess Lane from south, from line of old Maldon railway line.35 mmbw
P27 12AJG31 March 19891989Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, from south, with may blossom.35 mmbw
P27 13AJG31 March 19891989Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, from south, with may blossom, and train passing.35 mmbw
P27 14AJG31 March 19891989Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, from south, with may blossom.35 mmbw
P27 15AJG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery.35 mmbw
P27 16AJG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery.35 mmbw
P27 17AJG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery.35 mmbw
P27 18AJG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery.35 mmbw
P27 19AJG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery.35 mmbw
P28 1JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P28 2JG06 February 19891989Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P28 3JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).110col
P28 4JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).110col
P28 5JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).110col
P28 6JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).110col
P28 7JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).110col
P28 8JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill).110col
P28 9JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, close-up of bank on west side of road (Blue mills hill), showing section through bank.110col
P28 10JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west).110col
P28 11JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west).110col
P28 12JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west), close-up.110col
P28 13JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking downhill (north-west).110col
P28 14JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, general view across road (Blue mills hill), looking uphill (north-east).110col
P28 15JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, near south-west corner, with firewood.110col
P28 16JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, near south-west corner, with firewood.110col
P28 17JG25 March 19891989Chantry wood, near south-west corner, with firewood.110col
P28 18JG25 March 19891989Blue Mills from south-east.110col
P28 19JG25 March 19891989Blue Mills bridge, south side from west end.110col
P28 20JG25 March 19891989Blue Mills bridge, south side from west end.110col
P28 21JG25 March 19891989Blue Mills bridge, south side from west end.110col
P28 22JG25 March 19891989Blue Mills from south-west.110col
P28 23JG25 March 19891989Blue Mills from south-east.110col
P28 24JG25 March 19891989Blue Mills from bridge.110col
P29 1JG31 March 19891989South end of Lockram Lane from the south (with sign for Brownes), part of 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity), part of 40 Newland Street (Lisa Marie).110col
P29 2JG31 March 19891989South end of Lockram Lane from the south (with sign for Brownes), part of 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity), part of 40 Newland Street (Lisa Marie).110col
P29 3JG31 March 19891989South end of Lockram Lane from the south (with sign for Brownes), part of 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity), part of 40 Newland Street (Lisa Marie).110col
P29 4JG31 March 19891989South end of Lockram Lane from the south (with sign for Brownes), part of 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity), part of 40 Newland Street (Lisa Marie).110col
P29 14JG31 March 19891989Chess Lane from south, from line of old Maldon railway line.110col
P29 15JG31 March 19891989Chess Lane from south, with line of old Maldon railway line in front.110col
P29 16JG31 March 19891989Chess Lane from south, with line of old Maldon railway line in front.110col
P29 17JG31 March 19891989Line of old Maldon railway line, looking south from Chess Lane.110col
P29 18JG31 March 19891989Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of ‘The Watering’ in the 16th century, from south, with may blossom.110col
P29 19JG31 March 19891989Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of ‘The Watering’ in the 16th century, from south, with may blossom, and train passing.110col
P29 20JG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery.110col
P29 21JG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery.110col
P29 22JG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery, with train.110col
P29 23JG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, by former site of Battels tannery.110col
P29 24JG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, by former site of Battels tannery.110col
P30 1JG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery, with train.110col
P30 2JG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery, with train.110col
P30 3JG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery, with train.110col
P30 4JG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery, with train.110col
P30 6JG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.110col
P30 7JG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.110col
P30 8JG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.110col
P30 9JG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.110col
P30 10JG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.110col
P30 14JG02 May 19891989131 Newland Street (behind 137, facing side of 129).110col
P30 15JG02 May 19891989131 Newland Street (behind 137, facing side of 129).110col
P30 16JG02 May 19891989131 Newland Street (behind 137, facing side of 129).110col
P30 17JG02 May 19891989121 Newland Street and 123 Newland Street from the rear.110col
P30 18JG02 May 19891989121 Newland Street, 123 Newland Street, 125 Newland Street, from the rear.110col
P30 19JG02 May 19891989Broken pole from porch of 125 Newland Street (resting at side of house).110col
P30 20JG02 May 19891989Broken pole from porch of 125 Newland Street (resting at side of house), close-up.110col
P30 22JG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east.110col
P30 23JG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east.110col
P30 24JG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east.110col
P29 5JG31 March 19891989Lockram Lane, old blue and white street name sign.110col
P29 6JG31 March 19891989South end of Lockram Lane from the north (with Brownes sign), small part of 33 Newland Street.110col
P29 7JG31 March 19891989South end of Lockram Lane from the north (with Brownes sign), small part of 33 Newland Street.110col
P29 8JG31 March 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Samuel Thomas Davies, erected by the Guithavon Lodge of the Independent Order of Foresters (not legible in photo). Inscription reads ‘Sacred to the memory of SAMUEL THOMAS DAVIES who died 6th Nov 1898 aged 66 years. This stone is erected by the Members of the Guithavon Lodge of I O O F MU And other friends in Recognition of 40 years devoted work as secretary of this Lodge and for the welfare of this Town’. I O O F is the Independent Order of Foresters. If entering the churchyard from Lockram Lane, and walking up the central path towards the church, it is the seventh on the right.110col
P29 9JG31 March 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Samuel Thomas Davies, erected by the Guithavon Lodge of the Independent Order of Foresters (not legible in photo). Inscription reads ‘Sacred to the memory of SAMUEL THOMAS DAVIES who died 6th Nov 1898 aged 66 years. This stone is erected by the Members of the Guithavon Lodge of I O O F MU And other friends in Recognition of 40 years devoted work as secretary of this Lodge and for the welfare of this Town’. I O O F is the Independent Order of Foresters. If entering the churchyard from Lockram Lane, and walking up the central path towards the church, it is the seventh on the right.110col
P29 10JG31 March 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Samuel Thomas Davies, erected by the Guithavon Lodge of the Independent Order of Foresters (not legible in photo). Inscription reads ‘Sacred to the memory of SAMUEL THOMAS DAVIES who died 6th Nov 1898 aged 66 years. This stone is erected by the Members of the Guithavon Lodge of I O O F MU And other friends in Recognition of 40 years devoted work as secretary of this Lodge and for the welfare of this Town’. I O O F is the Independent Order of Foresters. If entering the churchyard from Lockram Lane, and walking up the central path towards the church, it is the seventh on the right.110col
P29 11JG31 March 19891989Collingwood House, 15 Collingwood Road.110col
P29 12JG31 March 19891989Former Roman Catholic churchyard in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road, tombstone of J.O'Connell. Inscription reads: ‘3088 PRIVATE J. O’CONNELL / ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGT. / 17TH APRIL 1915’.110col
P29 13JG31 March 19891989Former Roman Catholic churchyard in Newland Street, corner of Avenue Road, tombstone of J.O'Connell. Inscription reads: ‘3088 PRIVATE J. O’CONNELL / ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGT. / 17TH APRIL 1915’.110col
P30 11JG02 May 1989198957 Newland Street from the rear.110col
P30 12JG02 May 19891989117 Newland Street, 119 Newland Street, 121 Newland Street (part) from the rear.110col
P30 13JG02 May 19891989Window at 126 Newland Street, close-up.110col
P30 21JG02 May 19891989Windows at 57 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, with plaque 'IC 1827' (John Crump).110col
P31 -1AJG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery.35 mmbw
P31 0AJG31 March 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 13 Stevens Road, looking north, across to former site of Battels tannery.35 mmbw
P31 1AJG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P31 2AJG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P31 3AJG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P31 4AJG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P31 5AJG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P31 6AJG02 May 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P31 7AJG02 May 1989198957 Newland Street from the rear.35 mmbw
P31 8AJG02 May 19891989117 Newland Street, 119 Newland Street, 121 Newland Street (part) from the rear.35 mmbw
P31 9AJG02 May 19891989131 Newland Street (behind 137, facing side of 129).35 mmbw
P31 10AJG02 May 19891989119 Newland Street, 121 Newland Street, 123 Newland Street ,from the rear.35 mmbw
P31 11AJG02 May 19891989121 Newland Street, 123 Newland Street, 125 Newland Street, from the rear.35 mmbw
P31 12AJG02 May 19891989Broken pole from porch of 125 Newland Street (resting at side of house).35 mmbw
P31 13AJG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east.35 mmbw
P31 14AJG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east, from behind house of owner of the horse (63 Blunts Hall Road).35 mmbw
P31 15AJG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east, from behind house of owner of the horse (63 Blunts Hall Road).35 mmbw
P31 16AJG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from south looking north, to house of owner of the horse (63 Blunts Hall Road).35 mmbw
P31 17AJG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from south looking north, to house of owner of the horse (63 Blunts Hall Road), with field and horse.35 mmbw
P31 18AJG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from south looking north, to house of owner of the horse (63 Blunts Hall Road), with field and horse.35 mmbw
P31 19AJG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from south looking north, to house of owner of the horse (63 Blunts Hall Road), with field and horse.35 mmbw
P31 20AJG07 May 19891989Spread Eagle (part) (49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street (Sue Ryder) (part).35 mmbw
P31 21AJG07 May 19891989Spread Eagle (47 Newland Street, 49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street (Sue Ryder) (part).35 mmbw
P32 1JG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east.110col
P32 2JG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from south looking north, to house of owner of the horse (63 Blunts Hall Road).110col
P32 3JG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from south looking north, to house of owner of the horse (63 Blunts Hall Road), with field and horse.110col
P32 4JG07 May 19891989Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from south looking north, to house of owner of the horse (63 Blunts Hall Road), with field and horse.110col
P32 5JG07 May 19891989113 Newland Street, showing pelican emblem of Pattisson family.110col
P32 8JG27 May 19891989Old maltings, Maltings Lane (building on left abutting the road), beams inside.110col
P32 9JG27 May 19891989Old maltings, Maltings Lane (building on left abutting the road), beams inside.110col
P32 13JG04 June 19891989Faulkbourne church, brass of Henry Fortescue esquire, 1576.110col
P32 18JG04 June 19891989Faulkbourne Hall from Faulkbourne churchyard.110col
P32 19JG04 June 19891989Faulkbourne church.110col
P32 20JG04 June 19891989Faulkbourne Hall.110col
P32 21JG04 June 19891989Faulkbourne church.110col
P33 0AJG07 May 19891989Spread Eagle (47 Newland Street, 49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street (Sue Ryder) (part).35 mmbw
P33 1AJG07 May 19891989119 Newland Street, 121 Newland Street, The Gables (125 Newland Street, 127 Newland Street), 129 Newland Street (part).35 mmbw
P33 2AJG07 May 19891989119 Newland Street, 121 Newland Street, The Gables (125 Newland Street, 127 Newland Street), 129 Newland Street (part).35 mmbw
P33 3AJG07 May 19891989The Gables (125 Newland Street, 127 Newland Street).35 mmbw
P33 4AJG04 June 19891989Tombstones in Faulkbourne churchyard, Abraham Barnard, Elizabeth Barnard (forbears of Michael Smith of Sidney, Australia, who is also descended from Edward Smith of Witham).35 mmbw
P33 5AJG04 June 19891989Tombstone in Faulkbourne churchyard, Mary Barnard (forbear of Michael Smith of Sidney, Australia, who is also descended from Edward Smith of Witham).35 mmbw
P33 6AJG04 June 19891989Tombstones in Faulkbourne churchyard, Margaret Barnard, John Barnard, Mary Barnard (forbear of Michael Smith of Sidney, Australia, who is also descended from Edward Smith of Witham).35 mmbw
P33 7AJG18 June 19891989A box from Spurge’s shop, formerly at 42 Newland Street. This was given to me by Miss Maura Benham of Goldhanger in 1986. She was one of the Benham newspaper family. She has since died. The box measures about eight x four x four inches, and took a purchase, or perhaps an item on approval, to Terling, on Mr Thurgood's carriers' cart. The Thurgood family were shopkeepers and carriers in Terling from the 1870s till the 1920s. For more about the legendary shop of Spurge’s, see pages 56 and 57 of 'Images of Witham'. Photographed at Blanfred, Chalks Road. The box is now in Braintree District museum.35 mmbw
P33 8AJG18 June 19891989Public Hall (12 Collingwood Road).35 mmbw
P33 9AJG18 June 19891989Public Hall (12 Collingwood Road).35 mmbw
P33 10AJG18 June 1989198931 Newland Street, 33 Newland Street, being rebuilt, and 35 Newland Street (Woolworth) (small part).35 mmbw
P33 11AJG18 June 1989198931 Newland Street, 33 Newland Street, being rebuilt.35 mmbw
P33 12AJG18 June 1989198929 Newland Street, 31 Newland Street, 33 Newland Street, being rebuilt, 35 Newland Street (Woolworth) (part).35 mmbw
P33 13AJG18 June 1989198933 Newland Street, timbers during rebuilding.35 mmbw
P33 14AJG18 June 1989198931 Newland Street, 33 Newland Street, being rebuilt, and 35 Newland Street (Woolworth) (small part) (from the north, in front of 35).35 mmbw
P33 15AJG18 June 19891989Newland bridge, 149 Newland Street and 151 Newland Street (Motormania), The Swan (153 Newland Street), 155 Newland Street, 157 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P33 16AJG18 June 19891989Newland bridge, 147 Newland Street (small part), 149 Newland Street and 151 Newland Street (Motormania), The Swan (153 Newland Street), 155 Newland Street, 157 Newland Street, general view of bottom of Newland Street.35 mmbw
P33 17AJG18 June 19891989Alfred Cottages, Bridge Street (part) (i.e. 5 Bridge Street, 7 Bridge Street), with name and date plaque (ALFRED / 1891 / COTTAGES) (named after Alfred Sayer).35 mmbw
P33 18AJG18 June 19891989Faragon Terrace, Bridge Street (59 Bridge Street, 61 Bridge Street, 63 Bridge Street, 65 Bridge Street, 67 Bridge Street), showing name, date and initials in bricks (FARAGON TERRACE / GMT 1869) (standing for George Thomasin and Mary Thomasin).35 mmbw
P33 19AJG18 June 19891989The Swan (153 Newland Street), side with remains of sign 'Home Brewed Beer' painted on the bricks.35 mmbw
P33 20AJG18 June 19891989Old water hydrant? in front of 149 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P34 10JG17 June 19891989Empty site behind 70 Newland Street (later built on as Guithavon House, Guithavon Street) from Guithavon Street, including United Reformed Church from the side.110col
P34 11JG17 June 19891989Empty site behind 70 Newland Street (later built on as Guithavon House, Guithavon Street) from Guithavon Street, including backs of 70 Newland Street, 72 Newland Street, 74 Newland Street.110col
P34 12JG17 June 19891989Empty site behind 70 Newland Street (later built on as Guithavon House, Guithavon Street) from Guithavon Street, including backs of 80 Newland Street, 82 Newland Street, 84 Newland Street.110col
P34 15JG18 June 19891989A box from Spurge’s shop, formerly at 42 Newland Street. Photographed at Blanfred before being given to A box from Spurge’s shop, formerly at 42 Newland Street. Measures 8x4x4 inches. This was given to me by Miss Maura Benham of Goldhanger in 1986. She was one of the Benham newspaper family. She has since died. The box measures about eight x four x four inches, and took a purchase, or perhaps an item on approval, to Terling, on Mr Thurgood's carriers' cart. The Thurgood family were shopkeepers and carriers in Terling from the 1870s till the 1920s. For more about the legendary shop of Spurge’s, see pages 56 and 57 of 'Images of Witham'. Photographed at Blanfred, Chalks Road. The box is now in Braintree District museum (photo blurred).110col
P34 16JG18 June 19891989Public Hall (12 Collingwood Road).110col
P34 17JG18 June 19891989Public Hall (12 Collingwood Road).110col
P34 18JG18 June 1989198931 Newland Street, 33 Newland Street, being rebuilt, and 35 Newland Street (Woolworth) (small part).110col
P34 19JG18 June 1989198933 Newland Street, being rebuilt.110col
P34 20JG18 June 1989198933 Newland Street, being rebuilt.110col
P34 21JG18 June 1989198933 Newland Street, timbers during rebuilding.110col
P34 22JG18 June 1989198931 Newland Street, 33 Newland Street, being rebuilt, and 35 Newland Street (Woolworth) (small part) (from the north, in front of 35).110col
P34 23JG18 June 1989198931 Newland Street, 33 Newland Street, being rebuilt, and 35 Newland Street (Woolworth) (small part) (from the north, in front of 35) (close-up).110col
P34 24JG18 June 19891989Newland bridge, 147 Newland Street (small part), 149 Newland Street and 151 Newland Street (Motormania), The Swan (153 Newland Street), 155 Newland Street, 157 Newland Street, general view of bottom of Newland Street.110col
P35 1JG18 June 19891989Green at corner of Guithavon Valley, Guithavon Road, and Mill Lane with llama from visiting circus. Bramston View, Mill Lane, in background.110col
P35 3JG18 June 19891989Green at corner of Guithavon Valley, Guithavon Road, and Mill Lane with llama from visiting circus. River Brain in front, 72 Mill Lane, 74 Mill Lane, behind.110col
P35 4JG18 June 19891989Green at corner of Guithavon Valley, Guithavon Road, and Mill Lane with llama from visiting circus. River Brain in front, 72 Mill Lane, 74 Mill Lane, behind.110col
P35 5JG18 June 19891989Green at corner of Guithavon Valley, Guithavon Road, and Mill Lane with llama from visiting circus. River Brain in front, 72 Mill Lane, 74 Mill Lane, behind.110col
P35 6JG18 June 19891989Green at corner of Guithavon Valley, Guithavon Road, and Mill Lane with llama from visiting circus. River Brain in front, 72 Mill Lane, 74 Mill Lane, behind.110col
P35 8JG18 June 1989198957 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, 61 Collingwood Road, all from rear, from river walk next to Armond Road and railway viaduct, showing site about to be rebuilt (as Croxall Court).110col
P35 9JG18 June 1989198957 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, all from rear, from river walk next to Armond Road, through railway viaduct, showing site about to be rebuilt (as Croxall Court).110col
P35 10JG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street.110col
P35 11JG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 59 Newland Street (part), 72 Newland Street (small part).110col
P35 12JG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 59 Newland Street (part), 72 Newland Street (small part).110col
P35 13JG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 59 Newland Street (part), 70 Newland Street (small part).110col
P35 14JG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 59 Newland Street (part), 70 Newland Street (small part).110col
P35 15JG25 June 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Samuel Thomas Davies, erected by the Guithavon Lodge of the Independent Order of Foresters. Inscription reads ‘Sacred to the memory of SAMUEL THOMAS DAVIES who died 6th Nov 1898 aged 66 years. This stone is erected by the Members of the Guithavon Lodge of I O O F MU And other friends in Recognition of 40 years devoted work as secretary of this Lodge and for the welfare of this Town’. I O O F is the Independent Order of Foresters. If entering the churchyard from Lockram Lane, and walking up the central path towards the church, it is the seventh on the right.110col
P35 16JG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 63 Newland Street (part), from back of 63, showing laths in side wall of 61.110col
P35 17JG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, from back of 63 Newland Street, showing laths in wall.110col
P35 18JG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 63 Newland Street (part), from back of 63, showing laths in side wall of 61.110col
P35 19JG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 63 Newland Street (part), from back of 63, showing laths in side wall of 61.110col
P35 20JG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 63 Newland Street, from back of 63.110col
P35 21JG25 June 1989198964 Newland Street (DER), 66 Newland Street (Baker), 68 Newland Street (Jonathan), 70 Newland Street (Martin), 72 Newland Street (John Hilary), site of old market. In front of no. 64, a telephone box, the KX 100 type introduced in 1985 and put here soon afterwards.110col
P35 22JG25 June 1989198964 Newland Street (DER), 66 Newland Street (Baker), 68 Newland Street (Jonathan), 70 Newland Street (Martin), 72 Newland Street (John Hilary), site of old market. In front of no. 64, a telephone box, the KX 100 type introduced in 1985 and put here soon afterwards.110col
P35 23JG25 June 19891989Clock at 61 Newland Street.110col
P35 24JG25 June 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, milking cow.110col
P36 -1AJG18 June 19891989Green at corner of Guithavon Valley, Guithavon Road, and Mill Lane with llama from visiting circus. River Brain in front, 72 Mill Lane, 74 Mill Lane, behind.35 mmbw
P36 0AJG18 June 1989198957 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, from rear, from river walk next to Armond Road and railway viaduct, showing site about to be rebuilt (as Croxall Court).35 mmbw
P36 1AJG18 June 1989198957 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, all from rear, from river walk next to Armond Road, through railway viaduct, showing site about to be rebuilt (as Croxall Court).35 mmbw
P36 2AJG25 June 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P36 3AJG25 June 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear.35 mmbw
P36 4AJG25 June 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear.35 mmbw
P36 5AJG25 June 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P36 6AJG25 June 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P36 7AJG25 June 1989198961 Newland Street from the rear, small part of 72 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P36 8AJG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 59 Newland Street (part), 70 Newland Street (small part).35 mmbw
P36 9AJG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 59 Newland Street (part), 70 Newland Street (small part) (blurred).35 mmbw
P36 10AJG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 59 Newland Street (part), 70 Newland Street (small part).35 mmbw
P36 11AJG25 June 19891989All Saints churchyard, tombstone of Samuel Thomas Davies, erected by the Guithavon Lodge of the Independent Order of Foresters. Inscription reads ‘Sacred to the memory of SAMUEL THOMAS DAVIES who died 6th Nov 1898 aged 66 years. This stone is erected by the Members of the Guithavon Lodge of I O O F MU And other friends in Recognition of 40 years devoted work as secretary of this Lodge and for the welfare of this Town’. I O O F is the Independent Order of Foresters. If entering the churchyard from Lockram Lane, and walking up the central path towards the church, it is the seventh on the right.35 mmbw
P36 12AJG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, from back of 63 Newland Street, showing laths in wall.35 mmbw
P36 13AJG25 June 19891989Rear of 61 Newland Street, rear of 63 Newland Street (part), from back of 63, showing laths in side wall of 61.35 mmbw
P36 14AJG25 June 1989198964 Newland Street (DER), 66 Newland Street (Baker), 68 Newland Street (Jonathan), 70 Newland Street (Martin), 72 Newland Street (John Hilary), site of old market. In front of no 64, a telephone box, the KX 100 type introduced in 1985 and put here soon afterwards.35 mmbw
P36 15AJG25 June 1989198964 Newland Street (DER), 66 Newland Street (Baker), 68 Newland Street (Jonathan), 70 Newland Street (Martin), 72 Newland Street (John Hilary), site of old market. In front of no 64, a telephone box, the KX 100 type introduced in 1985 and put here soon afterwards.35 mmbw
P36 16AJG25 June 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.35 mmbw
P36 17AJG25 June 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.35 mmbw
P36 18AJG25 June 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.35 mmbw
P36 19AJG25 June 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.35 mmbw
P36 20AJG25 June 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers, 5 Newland Street (in distance).35 mmbw
P37 1JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, milking cow.110col
P37 2JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, room with copper and fire.110col
P37 3JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, room with copper and fire.110col
P37 4JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, room with copper and fire.110col
P37 5JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, building.110col
P37 6JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, cart horses.110col
P37 7JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, fletcher.110col
P37 8JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, kitchen.110col
P37 9JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, oven in kitchen.110col
P37 10JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, oven in kitchen.110col
P37 11JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, spinning with distaff.110col
P37 12JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, carding.110col
P37 13JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, loom.110col
P37 14JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, embroidering, outdoors.110col
P37 15JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, loom for braid and ribbon.110col
P37 16JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, reaping.110col
P37 17JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, meal, middle table.110col
P37 18JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, dairy.110col
P37 19JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, weaving on loom for braid and ribbon, and peacock above.110col
P37 20JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, weaving on loom for braid and ribbon.110col
P37 21JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, meal, servants' table.110col
P37 22JG02 July 19891989Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, children asleep.110col
P37 23JG02 July 19891989Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, from back (possibly Witham Place, Powershall End, looked like this).110col
P37 24JG02 July 19891989Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, from front (possibly Witham Place, Powershall End, looked like this).110col
P38 1JG02 July 19891989United Reformed Church (formerly Congregational), Long Melford, Suffolk, from front. It was built as the Independent chapel in 1712. It is square with hipped roof and is one of the few original ‘meeting house’ type of buildings still in use. Probably the first United Reformed Church (formerly Congregational), Newland Street, in Witham, looked something like this.110col
P38 2JG02 July 19891989United Reformed Church (formerly Congregational), Long Melford, Suffolk, from front. It was built as the Independent chapel in 1712. It is square with hipped roof and is one of the few original ‘meeting house’ type of buildings still in use. Probably the first United Reformed Church (formerly Congregational), Newland Street, in Witham, looked something like this.110col
P38 3JG02 July 19891989Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, from front. Probably Witham Place, Powershall End, in Witham, originally looked something like this.110col
P38 4JG02 July 19891989Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, from front. Probably Witham Place, Powershall End, in Witham, originally looked something like this.110col
P38 5JG02 July 19891989Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, from front. Probably Witham Place, Powershall End, in Witham, originally looked something like this.110col
P38 6JG02 July 19891989Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, from front. Probably Witham Place, Powershall End, in Witham, originally looked something like this.110col
P38 7JG02 July 19891989Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, from front. Probably Witham Place, Powershall End, in Witham, originally looked something like this.110col
P38 8JG02 July 19891989Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk, from front. Probably Witham Place, Powershall End, in Witham, originally looked something like this.110col
P38 15JG18 July 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.110col
P38 16JG18 July 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.110col
P38 17JG18 July 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.110col
P38 18JG18 July 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.110col
P38 19JG18 July 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.110col
P38 20JG18 July 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.110col
P38 21JG18 July 198919893 Newland Street (Freebornes) being repaired, showing timbers.110col
P38 22JG18 July 1989198958 Newland Street, 60 Newland Street, with parapet of no. 60 being rebuilt.110col
P38 23JG18 July 1989198958 Newland Street (Kingston), 60 Newland Street, 62 Newland Street (Emmelle), with parapet of no. 60 being rebuilt.110col
P38 24JG18 July 19891989Building next to railway bridge in Collingwood Road under construction (later Sherbourne House, 71 Collingwood Road).110col
P39 4JG23 August 19891989Wingfield College, Wingfield, Suffolk, old printing press.110col
P39 5JG23 August 19891989Wingfield College, Wingfield, Suffolk, old printing press.110col
P39 6JG23 August 19891989Wingfield College, Wingfield, Suffolk, room in which old printing press stands, with plates etc.110col
P39 7JG23 August 19891989Wingfield College, Wingfield, Suffolk, room in which old printing press stands, with plates etc.110col
P39 13JG23 August 19891989In church of Long Melford, Suffolk, window with pictures of Mountgomery (Montgomery), and Darcy families, including those of Maldon and Faulkbourne, i.e. Thomas Mountgomery (Thomas Montgomery), Elizabeth Darcy, Margaret Darcy, Anne Darcy, Ann Mountgomery (Ann Montgomery), John Mountgomery (John Montgomery). Window in church of Long Melford, Suffolk. A typescript headed ‘LONG MELFORD - DONORS’, available at church, gives the following under ‘Window 7, top’: ‘1. Elizabeth [recte] Margaret], dau. of Robert Darcy of Maldon; m. Sir William Tyrell of Gipping (exec. 1463). nb the context suggests that Margaret is meant, particularly as John Clopton was one of her feoffees, but compare the Eleanor Darcy who m. William Tyrrel of Heron. 2. Sir Thomas Mountgomery, brother & heir of John (below). Servant of Henry VI, Edward IV, Richard III & Henry VII; d. 1495. 3. Anne, dau. of Robert Darcy of Maldon; m. John Mountgomery of Faulkbourn (Essex). John exec. in 1463 for involvement in the earl of Oxford’s conspiracy’.110col
P39 14JG23 August 19891989In church of Long Melford, Suffolk, window with pictures of Mountgomery (Montgomery), and Darcy families, including those of Maldon and Faulkbourne, i.e. Thomas Mountgomery (Thomas Montgomery), Elizabeth Darcy, Margaret Darcy, Anne Darcy, Ann Mountgomery (Ann Montgomery), John Mountgomery (John Montgomery). Window in church of Long Melford, Suffolk. A typescript headed ‘LONG MELFORD – DONORS’, available at church, gives the following under ‘Window 7, top’: ‘1. Elizabeth [recte] Margaret], dau. of Robert Darcy of Maldon; m. Sir William Tyrell of Gipping (exec. 1463). nb the context suggests that Margaret is meant, particularly as John Clopton was one of her feoffees, but compare the Eleanor Darcy who m. William Tyrrel of Heron. 2. Sir Thomas Mountgomery, brother & heir of John (below). Servant of Henry VI, Edward IV, Richard III & Henry VII; d. 1495. 3. Anne, dau. of Robert Darcy of Maldon; m. John Mountgomery of Faulkbourn (Essex). John exec. in 1463 for involvement in the earl of Oxford’s conspiracy’.110col
P39 15JG23 August 19891989In church of Long Melford, Suffolk, window with pictures of Mountgomery (Montgomery), and Darcy families, including those of Maldon and Faulkbourne, i.e. Thomas Mountgomery (Thomas Montgomery), Elizabeth Darcy, Margaret Darcy, Anne Darcy, Ann Mountgomery (Ann Montgomery), John Mountgomery (John Montgomery). Window in church of Long Melford, Suffolk. A typescript headed ‘LONG MELFORD – DONORS’, available at church, gives the following under ‘Window 7, top’: ‘1. Elizabeth [recte] Margaret], dau. of Robert Darcy of Maldon; m. Sir William Tyrell of Gipping (exec. 1463). nb the context suggests that Margaret is meant, particularly as John Clopton was one of her feoffees, but compare the Eleanor Darcy who m. William Tyrrel of Heron. 2. Sir Thomas Mountgomery, brother & heir of John (below). Servant of Henry VI, Edward IV, Richard III & Henry VII; d. 1495. 3. Anne, dau. of Robert Darcy of Maldon; m. John Mountgomery of Faulkbourn (Essex). John exec. in 1463 for involvement in the earl of Oxford’s conspiracy’.110col
P39 16JG23 August 19891989Long Melford, Suffolk, view across green to Melford Hall (possibly Witham Place, Powershall End, looked like this).110col
P40 9JG12 November 19891989Science Museum, London, hand pumps etc. for fire fighting. (1) Bucket on left is leather. (2) Brass Squirt (at bottom on left) is c.1750. 3 men used it, one at the back and two at the sides, as in picture at top (P40/11 is picture on its own). Filled from bucket. (3) Other red one used as in picture (P40/10 is picture on its own). Manufactured by Shand, Mason and Co. before 1844.110col
P40 10JG12 November 19891989Science Museum, London, using Shand Mason pumps etc. for fire fighting. See P40/9 item 3 for example of individual pump, manufactured by Shand, Mason and Co. before 1844.110col
P40 11JG12 November 19891989Science Museum, London, three men using brass squirt hand pump etc. for fire fighting (blurred). P40/11 shows individual example in item 2, c.1750. 3 men used it, one at the back and two at the sides. Filled from bucket.110col
P40 12JG12 November 19891989Science Museum, London, steam horse-drawn fire engine. Made by Shand Mason. Introduced 1889, this one 1894. Was standard type of horse-drawn engine until petrol motor. Has furnace door.110col
P40 13JG12 November 19891989Science Museum, London, box fire engine in use (blurred).110col
P40 14JG12 November 19891989Science Museum, London, manual horse-drawn fire engine. Early 19th century. Development of horse-drawn manual machines slow until beginning of 19th century. This brown one by W.J.Tilley, 1820-1851. Immediate predecessors of Shand Mason. Suction hose to back. Water into trough at back.110col
P40 15JG12 November 19891989Science Museum, London, manual horse-drawn fire engine. Early 19th century. Development of horse-drawn manual machines slow until beginning of 19th century. This brown one by W.J.Tilley, 1820-1851. Immediate predecessors of Shand Mason. Suction hose to back. Water into trough at back.110col
P40 16JG12 November 19891989Science Museum, London, manual horse-drawn fire engine. London Brigade type, c.1881. Copper air vessel so uniform discharge.110col
P40 17JG12 November 19891989Science Museum, London, manual horse-drawn fire engine, with driver. Merryweather, dated 1866. Welbeck Abbey.110col
P41 4JG18 November 19891989Roslyn House (16 Newland Street) with parapet being rebuilt.110col
P41 5JG18 November 19891989Roslyn House (16 Newland Street) with parapet being rebuilt.110col
P41 6JG18 November 19891989Roslyn House (16 Newland Street) with parapet being rebuilt.110col
P41 7JG18 November 19891989Roslyn House (16 Newland Street) with parapet being rebuilt.110col
P42 1JG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south.110col
P42 2JG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south.110col
P42 3JG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south.110col
P42 4JG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south.110col
P42 5JG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south, and site of earthworks on the left (in garden of 1 and 2 Blunts Hall farm cottages).110col
P42 6JG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south, and site of earthworks on the left (in garden of 1 and 2 Blunts Hall farm cottages).110col
P42 7JG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south, and site of earthworks on the left (in garden of 1 and 2 Blunts Hall farm cottages).110col
P42 8JG16 February 1990199061 Blunts Hall Road and nearby houses, former site of Battels tannery, from south across stream.110col
P42 9JG16 February 1990199061 Blunts Hall Road and nearby houses, former site of Battels tannery, from south across stream.110col
P42 10JG16 February 19901990Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from east looking west.110col
P42 11JG16 February 19901990Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from east looking west.110col
P42 12JG16 February 19901990Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east?110col
P43 6JG03 May 1990199013 Newland Street being rebuilt.110col
P43 7JG03 May 1990199013 Newland Street being rebuilt.110col
P43 8JG03 May 1990199013 Newland Street being rebuilt, from the rear, 29 Newland Street (small part).110col
P43 9JG03 May 1990199013 Newland Street being rebuilt, from the rear.110col
P43 10JG03 May 1990199013 Newland Street being rebuilt, from the rear.110col
P43 11JG03 May 19901990Post Office, Newland Street, High House, Newland Street, 5a Newland Street, 5b Newland Street (all part of 5 Newland Street). Similar to Virtue print of c.1836.110col
P44 1AJG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south.35 mmbw
P44 2AJG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south.35 mmbw
P44 3AJG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south.35 mmbw
P44 4AJG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south, and site of earthworks on the left (in garden of 1 and 2 Blunts Hall farm cottages).35 mmbw
P44 5AJG16 February 19901990Blunts Hall farmhouse from south, and site of earthworks on the left (in garden of 1 and 2 Blunts Hall farm cottages).35 mmbw
P44 7AJG16 February 19901990Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from east looking west.35 mmbw
P44 8AJG16 February 19901990Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from east looking west.35 mmbw
P44 9AJG16 February 19901990Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from west looking east?35 mmbw
P44 10AJG16 February 19901990Stream at back (south side) of 51-69 Blunts Hall Road, former site of Battels tannery, from east looking west.35 mmbw
P44 11AJG16 February 1990199061 Blunts Hall Road and nearby houses, former site of Battels tannery, from south across stream, with horse.35 mmbw
P44 12AJG16 February 1990199061 Blunts Hall Road and nearby houses, former site of Battels tannery, from south across stream, with horse.35 mmbw
P44 13AJG16 February 1990199061 Blunts Hall Road and nearby houses, former site of Battels tannery, from south across stream, with horse.35 mmbw
P44 14AJG16 February 1990199061 Blunts Hall Road and nearby houses, former site of Battels tannery, from south across stream, with horse.35 mmbw
P44 15AJG03 May 1990199013 Newland Street being rebuilt.35 mmbw
P44 16AJG03 May 1990199013 Newland Street being rebuilt.35 mmbw
P44 17AJG03 May 1990199013 Newland Street being rebuilt, from the rear, 29 Newland Street (small part).35 mmbw
P44 18AJG03 May 1990199013 Newland Street being rebuilt.35 mmbw
P44 19AJG03 May 1990199013 Newland Street being rebuilt.35 mmbw
P45 13JG22 May 1990199066 Newland Street (Baker) (back), 64 Newland Street (side), looking out from Coach House Way to middle of Newland Street, i.e. site of old market.110col
P45 14JG22 May 1990199064 Newland Street (side), 66 Newland Street (Baker), 68 Newland Street (Jonathan), Coach House Way, i.e. view from site of old market.110col
P45 15JG22 May 19901990Notice board outside Police Station, Newland Street, about Petty Sessions. Reads: 'COUNTY OF ESSEX / WITHAM PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION / MAGISTRATES COURTS / ACT 1952 / Notice is hereby given that Petty / Sessions Courts trying indictable / offences are heard, tried, / determined and judged under / the above Act and held in this Building / every Tuesday throughout the year / at 10.30 a.m. / The Justices will also sit when necessary / at the Court on any other week day / for the purpose of the said Act. / [???]'.110col
P45 16JG22 May 19901990Notice board outside Police Station, Newland Street, about Petty Sessions. Reads: 'COUNTY OF ESSEX / WITHAM PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION / MAGISTRATES COURTS / ACT 1952 / Notice is hereby given that Petty / Sessions Courts trying indictable / offences are heard, tried, / determined and judged under / the above Act and held in this Building / every Tuesday throughout the year / at 10.30 a.m. / The Justices will also sit when necessary / at the Court on any other week day / for the purpose of the said Act. / [???]'.110col
P45 17JG22 May 19901990Notice board outside Police Station, Newland Street, about Petty Sessions. Reads: 'COUNTY OF ESSEX / WITHAM PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION / MAGISTRATES COURTS / ACT 1952 / Notice is hereby given that Petty / Sessions Courts trying indictable / offences are heard, tried, / determined and judged under / the above Act and held in this Building / every Tuesday throughout the year / at 10.30 a.m. / The Justices will also sit when necessary / at the Court on any other week day / for the purpose of the said Act. / [???]'.110col
P45 22JG04 June 1990199043 Chipping Hill, 45 Chipping Hill, 51 Chipping Hill (small part).110col
P45 23JG04 June 1990199037 Chipping Hill (Oaklands).110col
P45 24JG04 June 1990199037 Chipping Hill (Oaklands), close up showing date (1880).110col
P46 22JG02 September 1990199063 Newland Street (Mondy), 65 Newland Street (part).110col
P46 23JG02 September 19901990Stone plaque in wall at back of 6-8 Church Street. Reads ‘THIS END BELONGS TO J.C. 1845’, with finger pointing to the right. Probably John Coote, auctioneer and farmer. The wall is parallel to and accessible from White Horse Lane (but not the wall adjoining the lane, the next one). The inscription faces away from the lane.110col
P46 24JG02 September 19901990Stone plaque in wall at back of 6-8 Church Street (close-up). Reads ‘THIS END BELONGS TO J.C. 1845’, with finger pointing to the right. Probably John Coote, auctioneer and farmer. The wall is parallel to and accessible from White Horse Lane (but not the wall adjoining the lane, the next one). The inscription faces away from the lane.110col
P47 0JG22 May 1990199066 Newland Street (Baker) (back), 64 Newland Street (side), looking out from Coach House Way to middle of Newland Street, i.e. site of old market.35 mmbw
P47 1JG22 May 1990199064 Newland Street (side), 66 Newland Street (Baker), 68 Newland Street (Jonathan), Coach House Way, i.e. view from site of old market.35 mmbw
P47 2JG04 June 19901990Notice board outside Police Station, Newland Street, about Petty Sessions. Reads: 'COUNTY OF ESSEX / WITHAM PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION / MAGISTRATES COURTS / ACT 1952 / Notice is hereby given that Petty / Sessions Courts trying indictable / offences are heard, tried, / determined and judged under / the above Act and held in this Building / every Tuesday throughout the year / at 10.30 a.m. / The Justices will also sit when necessary / at the Court on any other week day / for the purpose of the said Act. / [???]'.35 mmbw
P47 3JG04 June 1990199043 Chipping Hill, 45 Chipping Hill, 51 Chipping Hill (small part).35 mmbw
P47 4JG04 June 1990199043 Chipping Hill, 45 Chipping Hill, 51 Chipping Hill (small part).35 mmbw
P47 5JG02 September 1990199066 Newland Street (Baker) (back), 64 Newland Street (side), looking out from Coach House Way to middle of Newland Street, i.e. site of old market.35 mmbw
P47 6JG02 September 1990199066 Newland Street (Baker) (back), 64 Newland Street (side), looking out from Coach House Way to middle of Newland Street, i.e. site of old market.35 mmbw
P47 7JG02 September 19901990The George (36 Newland Street), 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity), 29 Newland Street (Altar Image), 31 Newland Street (Healthy Living), 33 Newland Street (Woolwich).35 mmbw
P47 8JG02 September 1990199013 Newland Street (Michelle), 29 Newland Street (Altar Image), 31 Newland Street (Healthy Living), 33 Newland Street (Woolwich), 35 Newland Street (Woolworth).35 mmbw
P47 9JG02 September 19901990The George (36 Newland Street), 38 Newland Street (Eastern Electricity), 29 Newland Street (Altar Image), 31 Newland Street (Healthy Living), 33 Newland Street (Woolwich).35 mmbw
P47 10JG02 September 1990199061 Newland Street (small part), 63 Newland Street (Mondy), 65 Newland Street.35 mmbw
P47 11JG02 September 19901990Stone plaque in wall at back of 6-8 Church Street (close-up). Reads ‘THIS END BELONGS TO J.C. 1845’, with finger pointing to the right. Probably John Coote, auctioneer and farmer. The wall is parallel to and accessible from White Horse Lane (but not the wall adjoining the lane, the next one). The inscription faces away from the lane.35 mmbw
P47 12JG02 September 19901990Stone plaque in wall at back of 6-8 Church Street. Reads ‘THIS END BELONGS TO J.C. 1845’, with finger pointing to the right. Probably John Coote, auctioneer and farmer. The wall is parallel to and accessible from White Horse Lane (but not the wall adjoining the lane, the next one). The inscription faces away from the lane.35 mmbw
P47 13JG02 September 19901990Stone plaque in wall at back of 6-8 Church Street (close-up). Reads ‘THIS END BELONGS TO J.C. 1845’, with finger pointing to the right. Probably John Coote, auctioneer and farmer. The wall is parallel to and accessible from White Horse Lane (but not the wall adjoining the lane, the next one). The inscription faces away from the lane.35 mmbw
P47 14JG28 September 1990199057 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, 61 Collingwood Road, and Jubilee Oak.35 mmbw
P47 15JG28 September 1990199057 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road.35 mmbw
P47 16JG28 September 1990199061 Collingwood Road, 63 Collingwood Road, 65 Collingwood Road, 67 Collingwood Road.35 mmbw
P47 17JG28 September 1990199057 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, 61 Collingwood Road, 63 Collingwood Road, 65 Collingwood Road (small part).35 mmbw
P47 18JG28 September 19901990Old Maltings, Maltings Lane, Denholm Court.35 mmbw
P47 19JG28 September 19901990Old Maltings, Maltings Lane, Denholm Court.35 mmbw
P47 20JG28 September 19901990Old Maltings, Maltings Lane, Denholm Court.35 mmbw
P48 10JG28 September 1990199057 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, 61 Collingwood Road, and Jubilee Oak.110col
P48 11JG28 September 1990199057 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, plaque (IC / 1827) (probably John Crump).110col
P48 12JG28 September 1990199061 Collingwood Road, 63 Collingwood Road, plaque (I851).110col
P48 13JG28 September 1990199065 Collingwood Road, 67 Collingwood Road, plaque (I851).110col
P48 14JG28 September 19901990Old Maltings, Maltings Lane, Denholm Court.110col
P48 15JG28 September 19901990Old Maltings, Maltings Lane, Denholm Court, from field opposite.110col
P48 16JG28 September 19901990Old Maltings, Maltings Lane, Denholm Court.110col
P48 17JG01 October 199019905 Albert Road, 6 Albert Road, 7 Albert Road, 8 Albert Road, close-up of plaque (FERN / COTTAGES / 1887).110col
P48 18JG01 October 1990199010 Albert Road, 11 Albert Road, close-up of plaque (MEZERON / 1883).110col
P48 19JG01 October 1990199012 Braintree Road, 14 Braintree Road, 16 Braintree Road, 18 Braintree Road, close-up of plaque (HORACE / TERRACE / 1883).110col
P48 20JG01 October 199019906 Braintree Road, 8 Braintree Road, close-up of plaque (HARWIN / COTTAGES / 1888).110col
P48 21JG04 October 1990199033 Church Street, 35 Church Street, 37 Church Street, close-up of plaque (W H / 1860) (probably William Hutley).110col
P48 22JG04 October 1990199047 Braintree Road, close-up of plaque (TEMPLE'S / TERRACE / 1888).110col
P48 23JG04 October 1990199031 Braintree Road, 33 Braintree Road, close-up of plaque (JESSAMINE / COTTAGES / 1887).110col
P48 24JG04 October 1990199027 Braintree Road, 29 Braintree Road, close-up of plaque (LAUREL / COTTAGES / 1883).110col
P49 -1JG01 October 199019905 Albert Road, 6 Albert Road, 7 Albert Road, 8 Albert Road (Fern Cottages).35 mmcol
P49 0JG01 October 1990199010 Albert Road, 11 Albert Road (Mezeron).35 mmcol
P49 1JG07 October 19901990Stefre, White Horse Lane.35 mmcol
P49 2JG07 October 19901990Stefre, White Horse Lane.35 mmcol
P49 3JG07 October 1990199033 Braintree Road (part), 35 Braintree Road, 37 Braintree Road, 39 Braintree Road, 41 Braintree Road, 43 Braintree Road, 45 Braintree Road, 47 Braintree Road (Temple's Terrace), and view up Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P49 4JG07 October 1990199025 Braintree Road (part), 27 Braintree Road, 29 Braintree Road (Laurel Cottages), 31 Braintree Road, 33 Braintree Road, (Jessamine Cottages), with 35-47 in background and view up west side of Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P49 5JG07 October 1990199025 Braintree Road (part), 27 Braintree Road, 29 Braintree Road (Laurel Cottages), 31 Braintree Road, 33 Braintree Road, (Jessamine Cottages), with 35-47 in background and view up west side of Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P49 6JG07 October 1990199029 Braintree Road (part) (Laurel Cottages), 31 Braintree Road, 33 Braintree Road, (Jessamine Cottages), with 35-47 in background.35 mmcol
P49 7JG07 October 1990199041 Braintree Road, 43 Braintree Road, 45 Braintree Road, 47 Braintree Road (Temple's Terrace).35 mmcol
P49 8JG07 October 1990199031 Braintree Road, 33 Braintree Road, (Jessamine Cottages).35 mmcol
P49 9JG24 October 1990199029 Church Street (part), 31 Church Street, 33 Church Street, 35 Church Street, 37 Church Street, 39 Church Street, 41 Church Street, 41a Church Street.35 mmcol
P49 10JG24 October 1990199033 Church Street, 35 Church Street, 37 Church Street, 39 Church Street, 41 Church Street, 41a Church Street.35 mmcol
P49 11JG01 November 1990199016 Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P49 12JG01 November 1990199016 Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P49 13JG01 November 1990199045 Avenue Road (first Crittall windows in Witham).35 mmcol
P49 14JG01 November 1990199045 Avenue Road (first Crittall windows in Witham) (close-up).35 mmcol
P49 15JG01 November 19901990Railway viaduct over Armond Road and river walk, with 'POLL TAX SAY NO' graffiti (painted by Brian Boshell and Bill McCulloch, 1990).35 mmcol
P49 16JG01 November 19901990Railway viaduct over Armond Road and river walk, with ''POLL TAX SAY NO' graffiti (close-up) (painted by Brian Boshell and Bill McCulloch, 1990).35 mmcol
P49 17JG01 November 199019904 Braintree Road, 6 Braintree Road, 8 Braintree Road (Harwin Cottages), 10 Braintree Road (part).35 mmcol
P49 18JG01 November 1990199012 Braintree Road, 14 Braintree Road, 16 Braintree Road, 18 Braintree Road (Horace Terrace).35 mmcol
P49 19JG01 November 1990199012 Braintree Road, 14 Braintree Road, 16 Braintree Road, 18 Braintree Road (Horace Terrace).35 mmcol
P49 20JG01 November 1990199010 Braintree Road (part), 12 Braintree Road, 14 Braintree Road, 16 Braintree Road, 18 Braintree Road (Horace Terrace), 20 Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P49 21JG01 November 19901990Chipping Hill Infants School, Church Street.35 mmcol
P49 22JG01 November 19901990Chipping Hill Infants School, Church Street.35 mmcol
P49 23JG02 November 1990199017 Church Street (part), 25 Church Street, 27 Church Street, 29 Church Street, 31 Church Street, 33 Church Street, 35 Church Street, 37 Church Street (last three distant).35 mmcol
P49 24JG02 November 1990199017 Church Street (part), 25 Church Street, 27 Church Street, 29 Church Street, 31 Church Street, 33 Church Street, 35 Church Street (last two distant).35 mmcol
P49 25JG02 November 1990199033 Church Street, 35 Church Street, 37 Church Street, 39 Church Street, 41 Church Street, 41a Church Street.35 mmcol
P49 26JG02 November 1990199031 Church Street, 33 Church Street, 35 Church Street, 37 Church Street, 39 Church Street, 41 Church Street, 41a Church Street.35 mmcol
P49 27JG02 November 1990199033 Braintree Road (part), 35 Braintree Road, 37 Braintree Road, 39 Braintree Road, 41 Braintree Road, 43 Braintree Road, 45 Braintree Road, 47 Braintree Road (Temple's Terrace), and view up Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P49 28JG02 November 1990199035 Braintree Road, 37 Braintree Road, 39 Braintree Road, 41 Braintree Road, 43 Braintree Road, 45 Braintree Road, 47 Braintree Road (Temple's Terrace).35 mmcol
P49 29JG02 November 1990199025 Braintree Road (part), 27 Braintree Road, 29 Braintree Road (Laurel Cottages), 31 Braintree Road, 33 Braintree Road, (Jessamine Cottages), with 35-47 in background.35 mmcol
P49 30JG02 November 1990199025 Braintree Road (part), 27 Braintree Road, 29 Braintree Road (Laurel Cottages), 31 Braintree Road, 33 Braintree Road, (Jessamine Cottages).35 mmcol
P49 31JG02 November 1990199027 Braintree Road, 29 Braintree Road (Laurel Cottages), 31 Braintree Road, 33 Braintree Road, (Jessamine Cottages), with 35-47 in background.35 mmcol
P49 32JG02 November 1990199029 Braintree Road (part), 31 Braintree Road, 33 Braintree Road, (Jessamine Cottages), with 35-47 in background.35 mmcol
P49 33JG02 November 199019904 Albert Road, (part), 5 Albert Road, 6 Albert Road, 7 Albert Road, 8 Albert Road, (Fern Cottages) 9 Albert Road, (part).35 mmcol
P49 34JG02 November 199019909 Albert Road, (small part), 10 Albert Road, 11 Albert Road (Mezeron), 12 Albert Road.35 mmcol
P49 35JG02 November 1990199057 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P49 36JG02 November 1990199061 Collingwood Road, 63 Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P49 37JG02 November 1990199065 Collingwood Road, 67 Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P50 1JG07 October 19901990Stefre, White Horse Lane, close-up of plaque ('STEFRE / 1928).110col
P50 2JG24 October 1990199033 Church Street, 35 Church Street, 37 Church Street, close-up of plaque (W H / 1860) (probably William Hutley).110col
P50 8JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, Shand Mason fire engine, 1887. Information from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (letter 7 November 1990) says it is ‘a manual machine made by Shand Mason of London with iron tyred wheels, single shaft, dated 1887 (smaller than the Hopwood and Tilley described in P50/23, P50/24).110col
P50 9JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, Shand Mason fire engine, 1887, badge (blurred). Information from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (letter 7 November 1990) says it is ‘a manual machine made by Shand Mason of London with iron tyred wheels, single shaft, dated 1887 (smaller than the Hopwood and Tilley described in P50/23, P50/24).110col
P50 10JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, Shand Mason fire engine, 1887, with name. Information from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (letter 7 November 1990) says it is ‘a manual machine made by Shand Mason of London with iron tyred wheels, single shaft, dated 1887 (smaller than the Hopwood and Tilley described in P50/23, P50/24).110col
P50 11JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, Shand Mason fire engine, 1887, part. Information from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (letter 7 November 1990) says it is ‘a manual machine made by Shand Mason of London with iron tyred wheels, single shaft, dated 1887 (smaller than the Hopwood and Tilley described in P50/23, P50/24).110col
P50 12JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, Shand Mason fire engine, 1887. Information from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (letter 7 November 1990) says it is ‘a manual machine made by Shand Mason of London with iron tyred wheels, single shaft, dated 1887 (smaller than the Hopwood and Tilley described in P50/23, P50/24).110col
P50 14JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, pack saddle.110col
P50 16JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, barrels at the cooper's.110col
P50 17JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, wheelwright etc.110col
P50 18JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, wheelwright etc.110col
P50 22JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, part of horse mill.110col
P50 23JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, Hopwood and Tilley fire engine c.1887. Information from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (letter 7 November 1990) says it is ‘a manual engine by Hopwood and Tilley of London, also with iron tyred wheels and single shaft, made about the same date’ (i.e. 1887) (larger than the Hopwood and Tilley described in P50/8 etc.).110col
P50 24JG26 October 19901990Mary Arden's House, Stratford on Avon, Hopwood and Tilley fire engine c.1887, with Janet Gyford.. Information from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (letter 7 November 1990) says it is ‘a manual engine by Hopwood and Tilley of London, also with iron tyred wheels and single shaft, made about the same date’ (i.e. 1887) (larger than the Hopwood and Tilley described in P50/8 etc.).110col
P51 1JG01 November 19901990Grove Shopping Centre, entrance, plaque and brass plate about twinning with Waldbrohl (poor quality). Plaque reads: ‘WITHAM WALBROL / Officially / TWINNED / on 17th May 1986 / On the basis of reciprocal links of friendship between the / people of Europe and with the goal of ensuring that / men and women may live together in peace and / freedom, the representatives of the citizens of / Witham and Waldbrohl affirm their deter / mination to strengthen the links between / the town of Witham and the town of / Waldbrohl and to develop them / through an official / twinning’. Brass plate reads: ‘Unveiled by / Councillor Alf Slowman / Town Mayor / 9th July 1980’.110col
P51 2JG01 November 1990199056 Newland Street, plaque with date (AD: 18 / 86), close-up.110col
P51 3JG01 November 1990199080 Newland Street, plaque with name and date (MEDINA / VILLAS / 1883).110col
P51 4JG01 November 19901990United Reformed Church, Newland Street, plaque with date (REBUILT A.D.1840), close-up.110col
P51 5JG01 November 19901990Constitutional Club (14 Collingwood Road), plaque with date (1910), close-up.110col
P51 6JG01 November 1990199016 Collingwood Road, plaque with date (1904).110col
P51 7JG01 November 1990199016 Collingwood Road, plaque with date (1904), close-up.110col
P51 8JG01 November 1990199045 Avenue Road (first Crittall windows in Witham).110col
P51 9JG01 November 1990199045 Avenue Road (first Crittall windows in Witham).110col
P51 10JG01 November 199019906 Braintree Road, 8 Braintree Road, close-up of plaque (HARWIN / COTTAGES / 1888).110col
P51 11JG01 November 1990199012 Braintree Road, 14 Braintree Road, 16 Braintree Road, 18 Braintree Road, close-up of plaque (HORACE / TERRACE / 1883).110col
P51 12JG01 November 1990199010 Braintree Road, decoration, close-up.110col
P51 13JG01 November 19901990Chipping Hill Infants School, Church Street, plaque with date (A.D. / 1902), close-up.110col
P51 14JG02 November 1990199025 Church Street, 27 Church Street, 29 Church Street, 31 Church Street, remains of plaque (used to say CROMWELL COTTAGES 1895).110col
P51 15JG02 November 1990199065 Collingwood Road, 67 Collingwood Road, plaque (I851).110col
P51 16JG02 November 1990199061 Collingwood Road, 63 Collingwood Road, plaque with date (I851).110col
P51 17JG02 November 1990199061 Collingwood Road, 63 Collingwood Road, plaque with name (MILL-FIELD / TERRACE).110col
P51 18JG02 November 1990199059 Collingwood Road, plaque with name (FIR COTTAGE).110col
P51 19JG02 November 1990199057 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, plaque (IC / 1827) (probably John Crump).110col
P51 20JG02 November 1990199012 Collingwood Road (old Witham Urban District Council office), plaque (WITHAM U.D.C. / 1934).110col
P51 21JG02 November 19901990Tiptree Villa (20 Newland Street), plaque with date (1876).110col
P51 22JG02 November 19901990Tiptree Villa (20 Newland Street), plaque with initials (EAC / H) (probably Edward Harvey and Amelia Charlotte Harvey).110col
P51 23JG02 November 19901990Tiptree Villa (20 Newland Street), plaque with name (TIPTREE / VILLA).110col
P51 24JG02 November 19901990Parkside Centre, Maldon Road (former Board School or Council School), plaque relating to extension (BOARD / SCHOOLS / 18AD95).110col
P52 -1JG02 November 1990199057 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road, 61 Collingwood Road, 63 Collingwood Road, 65 Collingwood Road, 67 Collingwood Road, and Jubilee Oak.35 mmcol
P52 0JG02 November 1990199061 Collingwood Road, 63 Collingwood Road, 65 Collingwood Road, 67 Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P52 1JG02 November 1990199065 Collingwood Road, 67 Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P52 2JG02 November 1990199057 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road (part).35 mmcol
P52 3JG02 November 1990199057 Collingwood Road, 59 Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P52 4JG02 November 1990199012 Collingwood Road (old Witham Urban District Council office).35 mmcol
P52 5JG02 November 19901990Tiptree Villa (20 Newland Street).35 mmcol
P52 6JG02 November 19901990Tiptree Villa (20 Newland Street), Whitehall (16 Newland Street) (part).35 mmcol
P52 7JG02 November 19901990Parkside Centre, Maldon Road (former Board School or Council School).35 mmcol
P52 8JG02 November 19901990Parkside Centre, Maldon Road (former Board School or Council School).35 mmcol
P52 9JG02 November 19901990Parkside Centre, Maldon Road (former Board School or Council School).35 mmcol
P52 10JG02 November 19901990Newlands Shopping Centre, entrance, 52 Newland Street, 56 Newland Street (Olivers Shoes), 58 Newland Street (Bairstow Eves) (part).35 mmcol
P52 11JG02 November 19901990Wall between 59 Newland Street and 61 Newland Street at the back, showing plaque.35 mmcol
P52 12JG02 November 1990199080 Newland Street (Mellons), 82 Newland Street and 84 Newland Street (Coopers) (with Medina Villas behind).35 mmcol
P52 13JG02 November 1990199080 Newland Street (Mellons), 82 Newland Street and 84 Newland Street (Coopers) (with Medina Villas behind).35 mmcol
P52 14JG02 November 19901990United Reformed Church, Newland Street (formerly Congregational).35 mmcol
P52 15JG02 November 19901990United Reformed Church, Newland Street (formerly Congregational), 88 Newland Street (part).35 mmcol
P52 16JG02 November 1990199092 Newland Street (Byfords), 94 Newland Street (Silhouette du Barry) (car in front).35 mmcol
P52 17JG02 November 1990199092 Newland Street (Byfords), 94 Newland Street (Silhouette du Barry).35 mmcol
P52 18JG02 November 19901990Newland Court (102-116 Newland Street).35 mmcol
P52 19JG02 November 19901990Newland Court (102-116 Newland Street).35 mmcol
P52 20JG02 November 19901990155 Newland Street, 157 Newland Street, being rebuilt.35 mmcol
P52 21JG02 November 19901990155 Newland Street, 157 Newland Street, being rebuilt, ground behind.35 mmcol
P52 22JG02 November 19901990155 Newland Street, 157 Newland Street, being rebuilt, from back.35 mmcol
P52 23JG02 November 19901990155 Newland Street, 157 Newland Street, being rebuilt, from back.35 mmcol
P52 24JG02 November 19901990155 Newland Street, 157 Newland Street, being rebuilt, from back.35 mmcol
P52 25JG02 November 19901990Waterworks Cottages (behind 149-153 Newland Street).35 mmcol
P52 26JG02 November 19901990Newland bridge, Newland Street.35 mmcol
P52 27JG02 November 19901990Newland bridge, Newland Street.35 mmcol
P52 28JG02 November 19901990Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street.35 mmcol
P52 29JG02 November 19901990Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street.35 mmcol
P52 30JG02 November 19901990Back wall of Newlands car park (backing onto All Saints churchyard), graffiti (FIGHT THE POLL TAX) (painted by Brian Boshell and Bill McCulloch, 1990).35 mmcol
P52 31JG02 November 19901990Back wall of Newlands car park (backing onto All Saints churchyard), graffiti (FIGHT THE POLL TAX) (painted by Brian Boshell and Bill McCulloch, 1990).35 mmcol
P52 32JG02 November 19901990Back wall of Newlands car park (backing onto All Saints churchyard), graffiti (POLL TAX / THE RICH GAIN / THE POOR LOOSE) (painted by Brian Boshell and Bill McCulloch, 1990).35 mmcol
P52 33JG02 November 19901990Plaque formerly on 46 Newland Street, then on wall next to Newlands car park, and then here, on seat at corner of Guithavon Street and Newlands Drive (AD / 1881). Telephone exchange in background.35 mmcol
P52 34JG02 November 199019904 Collingwood Road, 6 Collingwood Road, 8 Collingwood Road, 10 Collingwood Road, Health Authority building, stone outside with name (probably outdated by this time) (ESSEX AREA HEALTH AUTHORITY / AREA HEADQUARTERS).35 mmcol
P53 1JG02 November 19901990Wall between 59 Newland Street and 61 Newland Street at the back, showing plaque close-up (THIS WALL BELONGS TO / MILLS BAWTREE & Co.'110col
P53 2JG02 November 19901990Newland Court (102-116 Newland Street), sundial and plaque (1987, Anglia Secure Homes).110col
P53 3JG02 November 19901990Newland bridge, Newland Street, plaque (ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL / 1900).110col
P53 4JG02 November 19901990Plaque inside Bramston Sports Centre re. opening. Text reads ‘BRAMSTON SPORTS CENTRE / This Plaque Commemorates the / Official Opening of this Centre / on Saturday 23rd March 1974 / By / HENRY COOPER Esq., / O.B.E., Sportsman’.110col
P53 5JG02 November 19901990Rex Mott Court, Guithavon Street, plaque inside re. opening (unclear).110col
P53 6JG02 November 19901990Podsbrook House, Guithavon Street, plaque inside (part unclear). For full text see better photo at P69/22.110col
P53 7JG02 November 19901990Podsbrook House, Guithavon Street, plaque inside (part unclear). For full text see better photo at P69/22.110col
P53 8JG02 November 19901990Plaque formerly on 46 Newland Street, then on wall next to Newlands car park, and then here, on seat at corner of Guithavon Street and Newlands Drive (AD / 1881).110col
P53 9JG02 November 19901990Wall letter box (post box) at corner of Braintree Road and Albert Road. 71 Collingwood Road, Sherbourne House, in background.110col
P54 -1JG25 November 19901990Olivers Cottages, Maldon Road.35 mmcol
P54 0JG25 November 19901990Olivers Cottages, Maldon Road.35 mmcol
P54 1JG25 November 19901990Olivers Cottages, Maldon Road.35 mmcol
P54 2JG25 November 19901990Olivers Cottages, Maldon Road.35 mmcol
P54 3JG25 November 19901990Olivers Cottages, Maldon Roaod, close-up of gate.35 mmcol
P54 4JG25 November 199019902 Newland Street, 4 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P54 5JG25 November 199019904 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P54 6JG25 November 199019904 Newland Street from the side.35 mmcol
P54 7JG25 November 19901990Podsbrook House, Guithavon Street.35 mmcol
P54 8JG25 November 19901990Back wall of Newlands car park (backing onto All Saints churchyard), graffiti (FIGHT THE POLL TAX, POLL TAX / THE RICH GAIN / THE POOR LOOSE) (painted by Brian Boshell and Bill McCulloch, 1990).35 mmcol
P54 9JG27 December 19901990Stefre, White Horse Lane.35 mmcol
P54 10JG27 December 19901990Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, south side, seen from Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P54 11JG27 December 19901990Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, south side, including lodge, seen from Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P54 12JG27 December 19901990Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, south side, including lodge, and 42 Braintree Road, seen from car park on other side of Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P54 13JG27 December 19901990Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, west frontage (of social club), 36 Braintree Road, 38 Braintree Road, 40 Braintree Road, 42 Braintree Road, and general view of Braintree Road, seen from corner of White Horse Lane.35 mmcol
P54 14JG27 December 19901990Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, west frontage (of social club), 36 Braintree Road, 38 Braintree Road, 40 Braintree Road, 42 Braintree Road, and general view of Braintree Road, seen from corner of White Horse Lane.35 mmcol
P54 15JG27 December 1990199026 Church Street, 28 Church Street, 30 Church Street, 32 Church Street, 34 Church Street, 36 Church Street, 38 Church Street, 40 Church Street.35 mmcol
P54 16JG09 February 19911991View west from Blanfred, Chalks Road, in snow.35 mmcol
P54 17JG09 February 19911991View west from Blanfred, Chalks Road, in snow.35 mmcol
P54 18JG09 February 19911991View west from upstairs front at Blanfred, Chalks Road, including general view of Chalks Road, in snow.35 mmcol
P54 19JG09 February 19911991View west from upstairs back at Blanfred, Chalks Road, including general view of Braintree Road, in snow.35 mmcol
P54 20JG09 February 199119916 Church Street (part, from side), White Horse (2 Church Street) (part, from side), forge (18 Chipping Hill) (small part, from side), 24 Chipping Hill (back wall), 35 Chipping Hill, in snow.35 mmcol
P54 21JG09 February 1991199135 Chipping Hill (porch only), forge (18 Chipping Hill), 30 Chipping Hill (in distance), White Horse (2 Church Street) (small part), St.Nicolas church (tower in distance), Chipping Hill green, in snow.35 mmcol
P54 22JG09 February 1991199126 Chipping Hill, 28 Chipping Hill, 30 Chipping Hill, St. Nicolas church, Chipping Hill green, in snow.35 mmcol
P54 23JG09 February 19911991River walk in snow.35 mmcol
P55 1JG25 November 19901990Olivers Cottages, Maldon Road, plaque (Olivers / Cottages / A.C.M. / 1919 (Arthur Charles Mens).110col
P55 2JG25 November 199019904 Newland Street, initials on head of rainwater pipe, 'W W M / 1757' (William Wright and Mary Wright).110col
P55 3JG25 November 1990199094 Newland Street, plaque (JW 1865), James Wright.110col
P55 4JG25 November 19901990Evangelical church, Guithavon Valley, plaque (GUITHAVON VALLEY / 1932 / EVANGELICAL CHURCH).110col
P55 9JG25 November 1990199028 Church Street, 30 Church Street, 32 Church Street, 34 Church Street, 36 Church Street, 38 Church Street, 40 Church Street, plaque (T W. S N / 1714 / F R. W S), probably Thomas Woodgate, Samuel Newton, Francis Raven, William Skinner.110col
P56 -1JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty) (and old British Oxygen factory on left). From Braintree Road (opposite Chalks Road), into north gate.35 mmcol
P56 0JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From railway bridge on Braintree Road, looking south-east along railway (in snow) with factory behind.35 mmcol
P56 1JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty) (and old British Oxygen factory). From near Birch Close, south across the railway.35 mmcol
P56 2JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty) (and/or old British Oxygen factory) From near Birch Close, south-west across the railway. 44 Braintree Road, 46 Braintree Road, 48 Braintree Road, 50 Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P56 3JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of north-east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 1 (also includes old British Oxygen factory).35 mmcol
P56 4JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of north-east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 2.35 mmcol
P56 5JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of north-east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 3.35 mmcol
P56 6JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of north-east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 4.35 mmcol
P56 7JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of north-east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 5.35 mmcol
P56 8JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of north-east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 6.35 mmcol
P56 9JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of north-east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 7. Also includes Baird's station maltings.35 mmcol
P56 10JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of north-east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 8. Also includes Baird's station maltings.35 mmcol
P56 11JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of north-east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 9 (vertical, goes with part 6).35 mmcol
P56 12JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 4.35 mmcol
P56 13JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 5.35 mmcol
P56 14JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 6.35 mmcol
P56 15JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 7. Also includes Baird's station maltings.35 mmcol
P56 16JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 8. Also includes Baird's station maltings.35 mmcol
P56 17JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 3.35 mmcol
P56 18JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 2.35 mmcol
P56 19JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of east side of factory, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, panning right to left. Part 1.35 mmcol
P56 20JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). General view of main east block, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane.35 mmcol
P56 21JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South-eastern corner, across railway, from north of electricity sub-station on Cut Throat Lane, including Cut Throat Lane level crossing over railway, and Baird's station maltings.35 mmcol
P56 22JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South-eastern corner, with close-up of Cut Throat Lane level crossing over railway, and Albert Road in distance.35 mmcol
P56 23JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Main eastern block from south-east, from Cut Throat Lane.35 mmcol
P56 24JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Main eastern block from south-east, from Cut Throat Lane.35 mmcol
P56 25JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of south side of factory, from car park in Albert Road, panning right to left. Part 1.35 mmcol
P56 26JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of south side of factory, from car park in Albert Road, panning right to left. Part 2.35 mmcol
P56 27JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of south side of factory, from car park in Albert Road, panning right to left. Part 3.35 mmcol
P56 28JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of south side of factory, from car park in Albert Road, panning right to left. Part 4.35 mmcol
P56 29JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of south side of factory, from car park in Albert Road, panning right to left. Part 5.35 mmcol
P56 30JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of south side of factory, from car park in Albert Road, panning right to left. Part 6. Also includes houses in Albert Road.35 mmcol
P56 31JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of south side of factory, from car park in Albert Road, panning right to left. Part 7. Also includes houses in Albert Road.35 mmcol
P56 32JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of south side of factory, from car park in Albert Road, panning right to left. Part 8. Also includes houses in Albert Road.35 mmcol
P56 33JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama of south side of factory, from car park in Albert Road, panning right to left. Part 9. Also includes Baird's station maltings, and main railway line.35 mmcol
P56 34JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Office block (shop 8), from east, and south-eastern ends of shops 1 and 10.35 mmcol
P56 35JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South end shop 10.35 mmcol
P56 36JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Part of office block (shop 8, on right), shops 6 and 26, from east.35 mmcol
P56 37JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South-west corner of shop 6, south side of shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), from south-east.35 mmcol
P57 0JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From near main Braintree Road entrance, looking ENE towards west end of south wall.35 mmcol
P57 1JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Part of eastern wall looking north, showing cross-section of shops 12 (ground floor) and 11/2 (first floor) (i.e. of what's left of old east wing).35 mmcol
P57 2JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Surgery (shop 9), west end, looking east.35 mmcol
P57 3JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Surgery (shop 9), west end, looking east, close-up of door.35 mmcol
P57 4JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Part of east side of office (shop 8), and east side of main shop (shop 1), looking north.35 mmcol
P57 5JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South east side of main shop (shop 1), and south side of shops 10 and 11, looking south, with level crossing over railway in Cut Throat Lane in background.35 mmcol
P57 6JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South east side of main shop (shop 1), and south side of shops 10 and 11, and part of surgery (shop 9), looking south, with level crossing over railway in Cut Throat Lane in background.35 mmcol
P57 7JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South east side of main shop (shop 1), and south side of shops 10 and 11, and part of surgery (shop 9), and part of shop 26, looking south, with level crossing over railway in Cut Throat Lane in background.35 mmcol
P57 8JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking west from under roof of shop 26 to east wall of shop 6 and south walls of shops 7 and 8.35 mmcol
P57 9JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Close-up of brickwork in south wall of shop 10 from south.35 mmcol
P57 10JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking west to south-east corner of office block (shop 8), east wall of shop 6, and railway lines into factory, and some houses in Albert Road.35 mmcol
P57 11JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Surgery (shop 9), west end, looking east, showing railway tracks from factory.35 mmcol
P57 12JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From under roof of shop 26, to east wasll of shop 6 and south walls of shops 7 and of office block (shop 8).35 mmcol
P57 13JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From under roof of shop 26, north-west to south wall of shop 6, facing further to south than P57/14, and some houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P57 14JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From under roof of shop 26, north-west to part of south wall of shop 6, facing further to north than P 57/13.35 mmcol
P57 15JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking south-west towards shop 25, showroom on left (part of shop 26), and lean-to next to shop 6 on right. House in Albert Road also.35 mmcol
P57 16JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking north-west showing south-west corner of shop 6 and south wall of shop 5 (old aircraft hangar).35 mmcol
P57 17JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking north-west showing south-west corner of shop 6 and south wall of shop 5 (old aircraft hangar).35 mmcol
P57 18JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking north. East wall of shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), south-west corner of shop 6, part of south wall of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P57 19JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking west along south wall of shop 5 (old aircraft hangar). Some houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P57 20JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking west. South wall of main shop (shop 1), north wall of shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), facing slightly further north than P57/21.35 mmcol
P57 21JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking west. South wall of main shop (shop 1), north wall of shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), facing slightly further south than P57/20.35 mmcol
P57 22JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) from south-west looking north-west, with abandoned chair.35 mmcol
P57 23JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) from south-west looking north.35 mmcol
P57 24JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) from south-looking north-east.35 mmcol
P57 25JG19 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 18 from south.35 mmcol
P58 1JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Date on east side of office block (shop 8) .110col
P58 2JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Brickwork on south end of shop 10.110col
P58 3JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Brickwork on south end of shop 10, and part of shop 11.110col
P58 4JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), roof.110col
P58 5JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), roof.110col
P58 6JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), roof, pipe work (very poor quality).110col
P58 7JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), roof, pipe work (very poor quality).110col
P58 9JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), roof, pipe work and fan (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P58 10JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), roof, pipe work and fan (not on plan).110col
P58 11JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), roof, overhead rails (very poor quality).110col
P58 12JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), roof, overhead rails (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P58 13JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), racks (very poor quality).110col
P58 14JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), overhead rail, looking into shops 17 and shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?) (very poor quality).110col
P58 15JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 18 from south (very poor quality).110col
P58 16JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 18 from south (very poor quality).110col
P58 17JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Warning notice, east end of shop 18.110col
P58 18JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Notice with days of week (possibly shop 11).110col
P58 19JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). South end of shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?) from east (poor quality).110col
P58 20JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). North end of shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?) from east (poor quality).110col
P58 21JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Ladder on south wall of shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?).110col
P58 22JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). East end of shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?) looking east (very poor quality).110col
P58 23JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Part of main shop (shop 1), north-east side with 'cage'.110col
P58 24JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Way between main shop (shop 1) and shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?) with football scores written up.110col
P59 1JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 11, east side, notices 'FIRE EXIT' and 'SOUND HORN'.110col
P59 3JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Edge of kerb in main shop (shop 1) (very poor quality).110col
P59 4JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), roof, with sign 'DANGER LIVE RAIL' (not on plan).110col
P59 5JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1), roof (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P59 6JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Small office in north-esst corner of main shop (shop 1) (poor quality).110col
P59 7JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Small office in north-esst corner of main shop (shop 1) (poor quality).110col
P59 8JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). North side of shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?) from east.110col
P59 9JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Switch box on north side of shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?) from east.110col
P59 10JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?), north side (poor quality).110col
P59 11JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?), north side, pipes.110col
P59 12JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?), north side (poor quality).110col
P59 13JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). East end of galvanising area (shop 20) (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P59 14JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). East end of galvanising area (shop 20) (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P59 15JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Floor of shop 18 (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P59 16JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 18 from the east (very poor quality).110col
P59 17JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). North side of galvanising area (shop 20) from the east (poor quality).110col
P59 18JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Inside tank in galvanising area (shop 20) (not on plan).110col
P59 19JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Inside tank in galvanising area (shop 20) (not on plan).110col
P59 20JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Pipes in galvanising area (shop 20) (not on plan).110col
P59 21JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). West end of galvanising area (shop 20) (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P59 22JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Pipes in galvanising area (shop 20) (not on plan).110col
P59 23JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Ladder down into floor at south-east end of galvanising area (shop 20).110col
P59 24JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Galvanising area (shop 20) (not on plan) (very poor quality).110col
P60 1JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Cylinder at south end of shop 18/1.110col
P60 2JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 18/1(?) (not on plan) (very poor quality).110col
P60 3JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 18/1(?), tanks (not on plan) .110col
P60 4JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Cylinder at south end of shop 18/1.110col
P60 5JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Cylinder at south end of shop 18/1, close-up showing handwritten sigh 'BLOW DOWN 3 TIMES PER 8 HOUR'.110col
P60 6JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking north out of window of shop 21 along north wall of shop 1/1 (poor quality).110col
P60 7JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Window at north end of shop 21.110col
P60 8JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). North-west corner of site from factory (very poor quality).110col
P60 9JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Gantries over tanks at north-west end of galvanising area (shop 20).110col
P60 10JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Pipework over galvanising area(?) (shop 20) (very poor quality).110col
P60 11JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). South side of old British Oxygen factory (shop 24) seen from main factory (very poor quality).110col
P60 12JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Galvanising area (shop 20), east end (not on plan) (very poor quality).110col
P60 13JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Galvanising area (shop 20), metal wall down middle (very poor quality).110col
P60 14JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Galvanising area (shop 20), inside of tank in north-east corner.110col
P60 15JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Switch room on mezzanine floor over south end of galvanising area (shop 20).110col
P60 16JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Looking down stairs from mezzanine floor over south end of galvanising area (shop 20).110col
P60 17JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Looking along walkway at eege of mezzanine floor over south end of galvanising area (shop 20).110col
P60 18JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Storage boxes on floor of shop 1/1.110col
P60 19JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Wooden carts containing pieces of metal, in shop 1/1.110col
P60 20JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Long pieces of metal stacked in shop 1/1.110col
P60 24JG20 February 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). North-east corner of shop 11/1.110col
P61 3PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) from south-east end, looking west.35 mmcol
P61 4PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) from south-east end, looking north-west.35 mmcol
P61 5PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) from south-east end, looking north-west.35 mmcol
P61 6PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Fire procedure plan on south wall, south-east corner of main shop (shop 1) (not on plan).35 mmcol
P61 7PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Room at north-west corner of shop 11/1, looking towards north side, with pipes over.35 mmcol
P61 8PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Room at north-west corner of shop 11/1, looking towards north side, with pipes over (poorer quality than P61/8).35 mmcol
P61 9PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Room at north-west corner of shop 11/1, looking south towards two machines.35 mmcol
P61 10PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 11/1 looking west from south-west corner towards electricity substation.35 mmcol
P61 11PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Sliding door from main shop (shop 1) into shop 11/1, seen through broken glass.35 mmcol
P61 12PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). South wall of main shop (shop 1) from east, showing platform and ramp.35 mmcol
P61 13PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). North-east corner of main shop (shop 1). Rails going out of the orange sliding or rolling door, looking north. Corner of platform bottom left.35 mmcol
P61 14PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) from north-east corner, looking west. Ramp in foreground.35 mmcol
P61 15PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?) from east; south side.35 mmcol
P61 16PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?) from north side.35 mmcol
P61 17PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Looking south into main shop (shop 1) from east end of shop 19, with overhead rails.35 mmcol
P61 18PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 18 from east.35 mmcol
P61 19PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Galvanising area (shop 20) from south-west corner, looking west into west side of shop 20. Stairs to mezzanine on left, metal partition on right.35 mmcol
P61 20PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Galvanising area (shop 20) from stairs at south-west corner, looking west (into west side of shop 20).35 mmcol
P61 21PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Galvanising area (shop 20) from stairs at south-west corner, looking north to tank with silvered interior at north-east corner of 20.35 mmcol
P61 22PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Close-up on mezzanine at south end of galvanising area (shop 20).35 mmcol
P61 23PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). General view of mezzanine at south end of galvanising area (shop 20).35 mmcol
P61 24PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Inside of tank with silvered interior at north-east corner of galvanising area (shop 20).35 mmcol
P61 25PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Bucket adjoining tank at north-east corner of galvanising area (shop 20).35 mmcol
P61 26PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Galvanising area (shop 20), from north-east corner looking west (into north side of shop 20).35 mmcol
P61 27PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Cartoon on wall of office on north side of galvanising area (shop 20).35 mmcol
P61 28PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Message on south wall of galvanising area (shop 20) 'Tom owes me 5 £ 5/5/90. Paid'.35 mmcol
P61 29PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). North-east corner of galvanising area (shop 20) looking north-east - junk.35 mmcol
P61 30PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Gantries over tank in north-west end of galvanising area (shop 20) (not on plan).35 mmcol
P61 31PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Bell, probably in galvanising area (shop 20) (out of focus) (not on plan).35 mmcol
P61 32PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Galvanising area (shop 20) from north-west corner looking est, into north side of shop 20.35 mmcol
P61 33PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Galvanising area (shop 20) from south-west corner looking est, into south side of shop 20, with notice reading 'CAUSTIC SOLUTION / PROTECTIVE CLOTHING / TO BE WORN'.35 mmcol
P61 34PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Box marked 'EYE WASH', in south-west corner of galvanising area (shop 20), on south wall.35 mmcol
P61 35PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office in shop 21.35 mmcol
P61 36PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office and table and mugs, south side of shop 18/1.35 mmcol
P61 37PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Grey horizontal cylinder, west end of shop 18/1, seen from south.35 mmcol
P62 2SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Pipe work and dials, probably main shop (shop 1) (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P62 3SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Pipe work and dials, probably main shop (shop 1) (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P62 4SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Pipe work and dials, probably main shop (shop 1) (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P62 5SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) (very poor quality).110col
P62 6SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). View from south end of shop 11/2 (first floor) southwards, showing outside of surgery (shop 9) in foreground, Baird's maltings behind.110col
P62 7SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). View from south end of shop 11/2 (first floor) southwards, showing outside of surgery (shop 9) in foreground, Baird's maltings behind.110col
P62 8SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Stairs. (very poor quality).110col
P62 9SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 11/2 (first floor) from stairs.110col
P62 10SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 11/2 (first floor) from south end.110col
P62 11SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From shop 11/2 (first floor) through window into main shop (shop 1).110col
P62 13SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). Looking south out of window from eastward extension of shop 11/2 (first floor).110col
P62 14SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). Looking south-east out of window of shop 11/2 (first floor) across to main railway line with train. Cut Throat Lane crossing, on Braintree line, on right.110col
P62 15SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 11/2 (first floor), notice about protecting your eyes (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P62 16SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Switches in shop 11/2 (first floor) (very poor quality) (not on plan).110col
P62 17SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Stairs down from shop 11/3 (second floor) (east side of 11/3) with notices, 'BEWARE CARRIERS' and 'NO SMOKING' (poor quality).110col
P62 18SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Stairs down from shop 11/3 (second floor) (east side of 11/3) with notices, 'BEWARE CARRIERS' and 'NO SMOKING' (poor quality).110col
P62 19SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Stairs down from shop 11/3 (second floor) (east side of 11/3) with notices, 'BEWARE CARRIERS' and 'NO SMOKING' (poor quality).110col
P62 20SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Stairs down from shop 11/3 (second floor) (east side of 11/3) with notices, 'BEWARE CARRIERS' and 'NO SMOKING' (poor quality).110col
P62 21SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Clock, on floor at top of stairs, east side of shop 11/3 (second floor).110col
P62 22SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Window frame or pattern on floor at west side of shop 11/3 (second floor), near lift.110col
P62 23SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Window frame or pattern on floor at west side of shop 11/3 (second floor), near lift.110col
P63 1SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking north along wall of shop 11/3 (second floor).110col
P63 2SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking south to end wall of yellow brick.110col
P63 3SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking south to end wall of yellow brick.110col
P63 4SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking north along wall of shop 11/3 (second floor) and roof of shop 10.110col
P63 5SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking north along wall of shop 11/3 (second floor) and roof of shop 10.110col
P63 6SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking north along wall of shop 11/3 (second floor) and roof of shop 10, from further out than P63/4 and P63/5.110col
P63 7SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking north along wall of shop 11/3 (second floor) and roof of shop 10, from further out than P63/4 and P63/5.110col
P63 8SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking north along wall of shop 11/3 (second floor) and roof of shop 10, from further out than P63/4 and P63/5.110col
P63 9SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking north along wall of shop 11/3 (second floor) and roof of shop 10, from further out than P63/4 and P63/5.110col
P63 10SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking south to end wall.110col
P63 11SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking south to end wall.110col
P63 12SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking south to Baird's maltings.110col
P63 13SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking south to surgery (shop 9).110col
P63 14SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking south to ground.110col
P63 15SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors, panning left to right. Part 3. East to industrial estate, Baird's maltings on right.110col
P63 16SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors, panning left to right. Part 1. South-east to industrial estate. South-west corner of shop 11/3 (second floor), on left.110col
P63 17SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors, panning left to right. Part 2. East to industrial estate.110col
P63 18SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors, panning left to right. Part 4. North-east to Baird's maltings.110col
P63 19SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors, panning left to right. Part 4. North-north-east to Baird's maltings.110col
P63 20SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking north to west wall of shop 11/3 (second floor).110col
P63 21SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking north to west wall of shop 11/3 (second floor).110col
P63 22SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking south-east to industrial estate; south-west corner of shop 11/3 (second floor) on left.110col
P63 23SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking east to Baird's maltings.110col
P63 24SG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View outside, from roof outside mezzanine floor at south-west end of, and below, shop 11/3, i.e. between first and second floors. Looking east to Baird's maltings.110col
P64 5PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Vertical cylinder at east end of shop 18/1.35 mmcol
P64 8PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 1/2 from south-east corner looking north-west.35 mmcol
P64 9PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 1/2 from south-east corner looking north-west, closer than P64/9.35 mmcol
P64 10PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 1/1, toilets and washroom from east looking west.35 mmcol
P64 11PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 1/1, toilets and washroom from south-west looking north-east.35 mmcol
P64 12PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From main shop (shop 1), eastern side, one third of the way along from north to south. Looking south-east to shop 11. Platform across front (with yellow edge). Stairs far centre, lift right of centre.35 mmcol
P64 13PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From main shop (shop 1), eastern side, one third of the way along from north to south. Looking south-east to shop 11. Platform across front (with yellow edge). Stairs far centre, lift right of centre.35 mmcol
P64 14PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 11/2 (first floor) looking north from a bit north of south-east corner.35 mmcol
P64 15PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). In shop 11/2 (first floor), notice about cutting aluminium, 'WHEN CUTTING ALUMINIUM PRESS FOOTPEDAL DURING CUT'.35 mmcol
P64 16PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From landing at extreme south-west of shop 11/2 (first floor), looking north to door giving access to overhead crane in main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P64 17PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From mezzanine at south end of, and between, shop 11/2 (first floor) and shop 11/3 (second floor), looking south out of window to south wall and over roof of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P64 18PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Window frame or pattern against west wall of shop 11/3 (second floor), in centre.35 mmcol
P64 19PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Base of chimney or flue, in room at far end of shop 11/3 (second floor), looking east.35 mmcol
P64 20PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From roof outside door at south end of shop 11/3 (second floor), looking north.35 mmcol
P64 21PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). From roof outside door at south end of shop 11/3 (second floor), looking east down to octagonal bases.35 mmcol
P64 22PG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). From roof outside door at south end of shop 11/3 (second floor), looking south to north wall of 11/3 and roof of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P65 1JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (interior) (empty). Shop 11/3 (second floor); stairs in centre of east wall, looking down, with notices 'BEWARE OF CARRIERS' and 'NO SMOKING'.35 mmcol
P65 2JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (interior) (empty). Shop 11/3 (second floor); clock face on floor next to stairs in centre of east wall.35 mmcol
P65 3JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 1. Shows houses in Braintree Road and Albert Road.35 mmcol
P65 4JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 2. Shows houses in Braintree Road and Albert Road.35 mmcol
P65 5JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 3. Shows houses in Braintree Road and Albert Road, and Cullens mill, 49 Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 6JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 4. Shows Cullens mill, 49 Braintree Road and St. Nicolas church.35 mmcol
P65 7JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 5. Shows St. Nicolas church and houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 8JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 6. Shows houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 9JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 7. Shows houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 10JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 8. Shows houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 11JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 9. Shows houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 12JG26 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 10. Shows houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 13JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South wall of factory, at west end, looking west towards Braintree Road, with Chipping Hill School, Church Street, and the Woolpack, 7 Church Street, beyond. From a bit further north west than P65/13.35 mmcol
P65 14JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South wall of factory, at west end, looking west towards Braintree Road, with Chipping Hill School, Church Street, and the Woolpack, 7 Church Street, beyond. From a bit further north-east than P65/14.35 mmcol
P65 15JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 1. Shows houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 16JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 2. Shows houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 17JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 3. Shows houses in Braintree Road and Cullens mill, 49 Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 18JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 4. Shows houses in Braintree Road and St. Nicolas church.35 mmcol
P65 19JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 6. Shows houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 20JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 7. Shows houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 21JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 8. Shows houses in Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P65 22JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Panorama from roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Pans south to north. Part 5 (vertical). Shows houses in Braintree Road and St Nicolas church.35 mmcol
P65 23JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. Looking north, showing door at top of ladder from which photos P65/15-22 were taken.35 mmcol
P65 24JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). View of shop 11/3 (second floor) from top of ladder to roof, next to lift.35 mmcol
P65 25JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). North-east area of site, looking north to Braintree railway line, with train.35 mmcol
P65 26JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). North-east area of site, looking north to Braintree railway line, with train, and rails which were formerly Crittall's railway siding.35 mmcol
P65 27JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). North wall of galvanising area (shop 20), with corner of old British Oxygen factory (shop 24) on right.35 mmcol
P65 28JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South wall of old British Oxygen factory (shop 24) looking west. After British Oxygen left, Crittall's made Venetian blinds here. Alfrose, Chalks Road, in background.35 mmcol
P65 29JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Main building of old British Oxygen factory (shop 24) (i.e. at south-west corner of it), south face, looking north-west. After British Oxygen left, Crittall's made Venetian blinds here.35 mmcol
P65 30JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (interior) (empty). Main part of old British Oxygen factory (shop 24) looking north. After British Oxygen left, Crittall's made Venetian blinds here.35 mmcol
P65 31JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). North end of site, looking up ramp to east end of old British Oxygen factory (shop 24).35 mmcol
P65 32JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). At north-east area of site, looking north to Braintree railway, with rails which were formerly Crittall's railway siding.35 mmcol
P65 33JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). At north-east area of site, looking west to east walls of shop 16 and shop 17. South wall of old British Oxygen factory (shop 24) on right.35 mmcol
P65 34JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). North-east area of site from near 'octagons' on ground, which are on left, to north-east part of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P65 35JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Metal and glass structure at extreme north-east of main shop (shop 1), seen from east. Concrete blocks in front have the 'octagons' in them.35 mmcol
P65 36JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). East wall of shop 11/1 from outside.35 mmcol
P65 37JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Semi-circular template at south end of shop 11/3.35 mmcol
P65 38JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Semi-circular templates at south end of shop 11/3.35 mmcol
P66 -1JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). Metal fire escape on outside wall of south-east end of shop 11/1.35 mmcol
P66 0JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). South wall of shop 12 (on right) and east wall of south part of shop 11.35 mmcol
P66 1JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). Signs on sliding doors on esst wall of shop 11/1, at north end, from outside.35 mmcol
P66 2JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). 'Octagons' and wall at extreme north-east end of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P66 3JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). General view of north-east corner of site, looking north with old railway siding.35 mmcol
P66 4JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). North-east corner of site, looking north with old railway siding leading to Braintree line, with train on Braintree line.35 mmcol
P66 5JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). General view of east frontage.35 mmcol
P66 6JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). Surgery (shop 9) and gate from north-east.35 mmcol
P66 7JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). East frontage from south-east.35 mmcol
P66 8JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). Door on north wall of surgery (shop 9) with signs saying 'SURGERY', and 'SISTER - FIRST AIDER', and reflection of rest of factory.35 mmcol
P66 9JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). South end of site, looking out to Albert Road entrance. Shop 25 on right, shop 26 (partly showroom) on left.35 mmcol
P66 10JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). South end of site, from Albert Road entrance, looking north. Shop 26 (partly showroom) on right. Shop 6 and lean-to, on left.35 mmcol
P66 11JG27 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). Lodge at south-west corner of site, on Braintree Road, looking north-west.35 mmcol
P66 12JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) from south-west corner, looking north-east, with (left to right) Phil Gyford, Sue Gyford, Ben Stevens (of Gaza, Chalks Road), in foreground.35 mmcol
P66 13JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) from south-west corner, looking north-east, with (left to right) Phil Gyford, Sue Gyford, Ben Stevens (of Gaza, Chalks Road), in background.35 mmcol
P66 14JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). From roof outside south-west corner of first floor of office block (shop 8), looking north., with Sue Gyford taking photo.35 mmcol
P66 15JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. From point south of ladder, looking south-west to office block (shop 8). Houses in Albert Road in background.35 mmcol
P66 16JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. From north-end, looking north-east, showing part of electricity sub-station in Cut Throat Lane.35 mmcol
P66 17JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back.. From north-end of platform, looking north, showing Braintree railway.35 mmcol
P66 18JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. From north end of platform, looking north north-east.35 mmcol
P66 19JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. From north end of platform, looking north north-east, with train (only just).35 mmcol
P66 20JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. From north end of platform, looking north, with train on Braintree railway.35 mmcol
P66 21JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back. From near top of ladder, looking west to St. Nicolas church.35 mmcol
P66 22JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From top of ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), looking north into roof space of shop 11/3 (second floor).35 mmcol
P66 23JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). From roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back.. From top of ladder, looking south, with houses in Albert Road, and Ben Stevens (of Gaza, Chalks Road).35 mmcol
P66 24JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty). From roof (accessed by ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), i.e. on platform next to top windows of latter which are set back.. From top of ladder, looking north, with Sue Gyford.35 mmcol
P66 25JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From top of ladder next to lift in shop 11/3 (second floor)), looking down into shop 11/3 (second floor), with Phil Gyford taking photo.35 mmcol
P67 3PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Room at south-west of main shop (shop 1), seen from south. Paper shreddings.35 mmcol
P67 4PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Stickers from door in south wall of main shop (shop 1) in middle, saying 'VOTE GYFORD LABOUR' (i.e. John Gyford, dating from 1979 general election) and '35 HOURS - IT'S TIME'.35 mmcol
P67 5PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office block (shop 8), ground floor, looking into south-east corner.35 mmcol
P67 6PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office block (shop 8), ground floor at north-west end.35 mmcol
P67 7PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office block (shop 8), ground floor, office in north-east corner.35 mmcol
P67 8PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office block (shop 8), ground floor, looking north to swing doors into main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P67 9PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office block (shop 8), board displaying window attachment samples, in upstairs officers (not on plan).35 mmcol
P67 10PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office block (shop 8), safe, in office in extreme south-east of upstairs.35 mmcol
P67 11PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office block (shop 8), general view of upstairs office, from south looking north.35 mmcol
P67 12PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office block (shop 8), view north from outside door from office on first floor at south-west corner.35 mmcol
P67 13PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office block (shop 8), view east from outside door from office on first floor at south-west corner.35 mmcol
P67 14PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Looking south into electricity substation near south-east corner of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P67 15PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Looking up metal stairs at south-east corner of main shop (shop 1), looking south.35 mmcol
P67 16PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 11/3 (second floor), toilets at south end, from north.35 mmcol
P67 17PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 11/3 (second floor), looking down stairs at centre of east wall.35 mmcol
P67 18PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 5 (old aircraft hangar) from south-east corner looking north-west.35 mmcol
P67 19PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office in shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), in south-west corner.35 mmcol
P67 20PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), looking into north-east corner.35 mmcol
P67 21PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 25, west end from east.35 mmcol
P67 22PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Notices on floor of shop 11/3 (second floor) near lift 'FIRST AIDER E.MALYON 127/132 - 146/169', 'MR R DOWMAN', and 'NOTICE TO TELEPHONE OPERATORS - WHEN FIRE IS REPORTED ...'35 mmcol
P67 23PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 11/3 (second floor) looking up ladder near lift-shaft. Sue Gyford, and Ben Stevens (of Gaza, Chalks Road) on roof.35 mmcol
P67 24PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Lift shaft on shop 11/3 (second floor).35 mmcol
P67 25PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Lift on shop 11.35 mmcol
P67 26PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). North-east area of main shop (shop 1), netting partition from south.35 mmcol
P67 27PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). North-east area of main shop (shop 1), netting partition from south, with overhead tracks on left.35 mmcol
P67 28PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Overhead tracks at north-east end of shop main shop (shop 1), going through into shop 19 (spraying or drying area ?) and shop 17.35 mmcol
P67 29PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Truck in galvanising area (shop 20) at south-east corner.35 mmcol
P67 30PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Ladder down into floor at south-east corner of galvanising area (shop 20).35 mmcol
P67 31PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From north-east corner of galvanising area (shop 20) looking west with Sue Gyford, and Ben Stevens of Gaza, Chalks Road.35 mmcol
P67 32PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From north-west corner of galvanising area (shop 20) looking east with Sue Gyford, and Ben Stevens of Gaza Chalks Road.35 mmcol
P67 33PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Looking into shop 22 from west, further right thatn P67/34.35 mmcol
P67 34PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Looking into shop 22 from west, further left than P67/33, along west wall.35 mmcol
P67 35PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). West end of galvanising area (shop 20) and shop 22, from north-west.35 mmcol
P67 36PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Details of shop 5 (old aircraft hangar).35 mmcol
P67 37PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Loading bay (shop 2) from south-east corner looking north-west.35 mmcol
P68 4JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From shop 11/1 looking up north-west to base of chimney or flue which is at north end of shop 11/2 (first floor).35 mmcol
P68 5JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Graffiti on window (shop 11/1?).35 mmcol
P68 6JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). From shop 11/1 (north-west corner) looking north into green metal and glass building at extreme north of 11/1.35 mmcol
P68 7JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Dials on pipes etc. Not on plan.35 mmcol
P68 8JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Dials on pipes etc. Not on plan.35 mmcol
P68 9JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Sign on south end of main shop (shop 1) 'DANGER, LIVE WIRES'.35 mmcol
P68 10JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). West side of old British Oxygen factory (shop 24), outside, from south. After British Oxygen left, Crittall's made Venetian blinds here.35 mmcol
P68 11JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South side of old British Oxygen factory (shop 24) from the west. After British Oxygen left, Crittall's made Venetian blinds here.35 mmcol
P68 12JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). West side of shop 22 from north-west, part of shop 1/1 and shop 1/2 on left.35 mmcol
P68 13JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). West side of shop 22 (on right) with west end of galvanising area (shop 20) on left.35 mmcol
P68 14JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Tanks on west side of shop 1/1, from north.35 mmcol
P68 15JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Tanks on west side of shop 1/1, from north, including north end of loading bay (shop 2) and shop 3.35 mmcol
P68 16JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Looking west into gap between shop 1/2 and shop 22/2, with door into shop 21 on right.35 mmcol
P68 17JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). West wall of shop 22 from south-west.35 mmcol
P68 18JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Tanks west of shop 1/1 from north-west.35 mmcol
P68 19JG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Tanks west of shop 1/1 from north-west, and north wall of loading bay (shop 2) and shop 3, and part of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P68 20JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Lodge and west wall of loading bay (shop 2), from south.35 mmcol
P68 21JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 1/2, truck with pieces of window.35 mmcol
P68 22JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 1/2, racks with pieces of window.35 mmcol
P68 23JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). East end of shop 18, 'Caustic / PROTECTIVE CLOTHING / MUST BE WORN WHEN / ADDING CAUSTIC SODA / I.E. VISOR / RUBBER GLOVES / RUBBER BOOTS / PLASTIC APRON / ADD CAUSTIC SODA / VERY SLOWLY TO TANK'.35 mmcol
P68 24JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Notice displaying days of week, on west side of cage at north end of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P68 25JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Drinking fountain, north end of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P68 26JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Graffiti on windows of south side of shop 18, high up.35 mmcol
P68 27JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Notices on door on north wall into 'cage' at north-east corner of main shop (shop 1), 'DANGER Noise' and 'No smoking beyond this point'.35 mmcol
P68 29JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office with stretcher and protective headgear notice, on north-wall of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P68 30JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Boxes of fittings on floor at north end of main shop (shop 1).35 mmcol
P68 31JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Main shop (shop 1) from stairs at south-east corner of shop 1 looking north-west, including 'DANGER LIVE RAIL' sign.35 mmcol
P68 32JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Notice about use of saw, south-east corner of main shop (shop 1) 'READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING / THIS SAW / NO UNAUTHORISD PERSON TO USE SAW / WOOD SAW ONLY / GUARD MUST BE SET JUST TO CLEAR WOOD / ALWAYS STOP SAW / FOR ADJUSTMENT / IF IN DOUBT ASK YOUR / FOREMAN'.35 mmcol
P68 33JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Shop 12 from north-west (not printed).35 mmcol
P68 34JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). South corner of site looking onto Albert Road with showroom (part of shop 26) on left and shop 25 on right.35 mmcol
P68 35JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). From boundary wall (north-east of surgery (shop 9), looking west to office block (shop 8) (on left) and south-west corner of shop 11, shop 11/2 (first floor) and shop 11/3 (second floor).35 mmcol
P68 36JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). Close-up of date (1924) on office block (shop 8), east wall.35 mmcol
P68 37JG01 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty). East wall of office block (shop 8).35 mmcol
P69 3PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Machine on extreme south-east of loading bay (shop 2).35 mmcol
P69 4PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Loading bay (shop 2) from south-west corner looking north-east.35 mmcol
P69 6PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Machines on south side of loading bay (shop 2), towards west end.35 mmcol
P69 7PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Machines on south side of loading bay (shop 2), towards west end.35 mmcol
P69 8PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Roof of loading bay (shop 2) from inside, middle of north part.35 mmcol
P69 9PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Loading bay (shop 2) from north end looking south.35 mmcol
P69 10PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Blackboard inside office at north-west corner of loading bay (shop 2).35 mmcol
P69 11PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Printing ink on floor in middle of north part of loading bay (shop 2).35 mmcol
P69 12PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Loading bay on west side of loading bay (shop 2), from north end looking south.35 mmcol
P69 13PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). In loading bay on west side of loading bay (shop 2), ink drums, near north end, on east wall.35 mmcol
P69 14PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). In loading bay on west side of loading bay (shop 2), northern stairwell on west wall, seen from east.35 mmcol
P69 15PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). In loading bay on west side of loading bay (shop 2), looking north from near south end, with Sue Gyford, and Ben Stevens of Gaza, Chalks Road.35 mmcol
P69 16PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Inside office on west wall of main part of loading bay (shop 2), near south end, fridge etc. with milk.35 mmcol
P69 18PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Close-up of floor in main shop (shop 1) with 110 film for scale.35 mmcol
P69 19PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Office block (shop 8), panel of window sections (not on plan).35 mmcol
P69 20PG29 March 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Calendar with 'D' day (i.e. closing day) marked.35 mmcol
P69 21PG29 March 19911991Plaque inside Rex Mott Court, Guithavon Street. Reads ‘REX MOTT COURT / Opened by / Councillor Mrs.J.M.LYON / 20th July 1975’.35 mmcol
P69 22PG29 March 19911991Plaque inside Podsbrook House, Guithavon Street. Reads ‘Podsbrook House Witham 1973 This project was conceived and built by the Witham Housing Association, a voluntary organisation for helping the elderly in co-operation with Witham U.D. Council Patron Col.Sir John Ruggles-Brise Bart C.B. C.B.E. T.D. J.P. The Lord Lt. of Essex Management Committee Major Roy Berry, R.E., F.R.I.C.S., F.I.P.H.E., F.R.S.H., F.R.G.S., Chairman John Watson, L.I.M.A., L.I.O.B., Secretary/Treasurer Molly Clarke, M.A. Tenants Secretary Pamela Berry Social Secretary Angela Clay, B.A. Dr Barbara Ogden, M.B., B.S. Brian Grafton Architects Roff Marsh and Partners Project Architect Roy Belsham R.I.B.A. Quantity Surveyors Fleetwood Buss and Anns Contractors T.J.Evers Ltd.35 mmcol
P69 23PG29 March 19911991Certificate about Benjamin Sainty and rail crash of the Cromer Express in 1905, general view. Belonging to Edgar Sainty of 58 Maldon Road, his grandson. Original size about 15 inches by 18 inches. In pencil on the back, ‘F.Hase Hayden, Norwich. (Fecit) per J. & J.King’. Reads: 'GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY [round the badge] To Benjamin Sainty Signalman at Witham Junction Whereas on the morning of September 1st 1905 the London to Cromer Express in pass- ing through Witham Station left the rails and became a total wreck, the debris blocking both “Up” and “Down” lines, The Cromer to London “Up” Express, running to time, at the rate of 50 miles per hour, being due to pass over the scene of the accident one min- ute after it occurred, was, partly by your prompt attention to du- ty stopped in time to avert a still greater disaster. We the undersigned, representing passengers in both trains, as well as some thousand of the travelling public in the Eastern Counties, desire to place upon record our heartfelt thanks for the prompt service which you rendered, and our sincere appreciati- on of your attention to duty on that occasion. As some slight recognition we ask your acceptance of this address and the accompanying purse of gold. Presented on behalf of the subscribers by [???] Barclay, High Sheriff of Norfolk; T.Boardman, Mayor of Norwich. Nov. 25 1905'.35 mmcol
P69 24PG29 March 19911991Certificate about Benjamin Sainty and rail crash of the Cromer Express in 1905, general view. Belonging to Edgar Sainty of 58 Maldon Road, his grandson. Original size about 15 inches by 18 inches. In pencil on the back, ‘F.Hase Hayden, Norwich. (Fecit) per J. & J.King’. Reads: 'GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY [round the badge] To Benjamin Sainty Signalman at Witham Junction Whereas on the morning of September 1st 1905 the London to Cromer Express in pass- ing through Witham Station left the rails and became a total wreck, the debris blocking both “Up” and “Down” lines, The Cromer to London “Up” Express, running to time, at the rate of 50 miles per hour, being due to pass over the scene of the accident one min- ute after it occurred, was, partly by your prompt attention to du- ty stopped in time to avert a still greater disaster. We the undersigned, representing passengers in both trains, as well as some thousand of the travelling public in the Eastern Counties, desire to place upon record our heartfelt thanks for the prompt service which you rendered, and our sincere appreciati- on of your attention to duty on that occasion. As some slight recognition we ask your acceptance of this address and the accompanying purse of gold. Presented on behalf of the subscribers by [???] Barclay, High Sheriff of Norfolk; T.Boardman, Mayor of Norwich. Nov. 25 1905'.35 mmcol
P69 25PG29 March 19911991Certificate about Benjamin Sainty and rail crash of the Cromer Express in 1905, top left-hand corner, close-up. Belonging to Edgar Sainty of 58 Maldon Road, his grandson. Original size about 15 inches by 18 inches. In pencil on the back, ‘F.Hase Hayden, Norwich. (Fecit) per J. & J.King’. Reads: 'GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY [round the badge] To Benjamin Sainty Signalman at Witham Junction Whereas on the morning of September 1st 1905 the London to Cromer Express in pass- ing through Witham Station left the rails and became a total wreck, the debris blocking both “Up” and “Down” lines, The Cromer to London “Up” Express, running to time, at the rate of 50 miles per hour, being due to pass over the scene of the accident one min- ute after it occurred, was, partly by your prompt attention to du- ty stopped in time to avert a still greater disaster. We the undersigned, representing passengers in both trains, as well as some thousand of the travelling public in the Eastern Counties, desire to place upon record our heartfelt thanks for the prompt service which you rendered, and our sincere appreciati- on of your attention to duty on that occasion. As some slight recognition we ask your acceptance of this address and the accompanying purse of gold. Presented on behalf of the subscribers by [???] Barclay, High Sheriff of Norfolk; T.Boardman, Mayor of Norwich. Nov. 25 1905'.35 mmcol
P70 1JG08 April 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, interior (empty). Truck at south-east corner of main shop (shop 1).110col
P71 3PG08 April 19911991Certificate about Benjamin Sainty and rail crash of the Cromer Express in 1905, close-up. Belonging to Edgar Sainty of 58 Maldon Road, his grandson. Original size about 15 inches by 18 inches. In pencil on the back, ‘F.Hase Hayden, Norwich. (Fecit) per J. & J.King’. Reads: 'GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY [round the badge] To Benjamin Sainty Signalman at Witham Junction Whereas on the morning of September 1st 1905 the London to Cromer Express in pass- ing through Witham Station left the rails and became a total wreck, the debris blocking both “Up” and “Down” lines, The Cromer to London “Up” Express, running to time, at the rate of 50 miles per hour, being due to pass over the scene of the accident one min- ute after it occurred, was, partly by your prompt attention to du- ty stopped in time to avert a still greater disaster. We the undersigned, representing passengers in both trains, as well as some thousand of the travelling public in the Eastern Counties, desire to place upon record our heartfelt thanks for the prompt service which you rendered, and our sincere appreciati- on of your attention to duty on that occasion. As some slight recognition we ask your acceptance of this address and the accompanying purse of gold. Presented on behalf of the subscribers by [???] Barclay, High Sheriff of Norfolk; T.Boardman, Mayor of Norwich. Nov. 25 1905'.35 mmcol
P71 4PG08 April 19911991Certificate about Benjamin Sainty and rail crash of the Cromer Express in 1905, close-up. Belonging to Edgar Sainty of 58 Maldon Road, his grandson. Original size about 15 inches by 18 inches. In pencil on the back, ‘F.Hase Hayden, Norwich. (Fecit) per J. & J.King’. Reads: 'GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY [round the badge] To Benjamin Sainty Signalman at Witham Junction Whereas on the morning of September 1st 1905 the London to Cromer Express in pass- ing through Witham Station left the rails and became a total wreck, the debris blocking both “Up” and “Down” lines, The Cromer to London “Up” Express, running to time, at the rate of 50 miles per hour, being due to pass over the scene of the accident one min- ute after it occurred, was, partly by your prompt attention to du- ty stopped in time to avert a still greater disaster. We the undersigned, representing passengers in both trains, as well as some thousand of the travelling public in the Eastern Counties, desire to place upon record our heartfelt thanks for the prompt service which you rendered, and our sincere appreciati- on of your attention to duty on that occasion. As some slight recognition we ask your acceptance of this address and the accompanying purse of gold. Presented on behalf of the subscribers by [???] Barclay, High Sheriff of Norfolk; T.Boardman, Mayor of Norwich. Nov. 25 1905'.35 mmcol
P71 5PG08 April 19911991Certificate about Benjamin Sainty and rail crash of the Cromer Express in 1905, close-up. Belonging to Edgar Sainty of 58 Maldon Road, his grandson. Original size about 15 inches by 18 inches. In pencil on the back, ‘F.Hase Hayden, Norwich. (Fecit) per J. & J.King’. Reads: 'GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY [round the badge] To Benjamin Sainty Signalman at Witham Junction Whereas on the morning of September 1st 1905 the London to Cromer Express in pass- ing through Witham Station left the rails and became a total wreck, the debris blocking both “Up” and “Down” lines, The Cromer to London “Up” Express, running to time, at the rate of 50 miles per hour, being due to pass over the scene of the accident one min- ute after it occurred, was, partly by your prompt attention to du- ty stopped in time to avert a still greater disaster. We the undersigned, representing passengers in both trains, as well as some thousand of the travelling public in the Eastern Counties, desire to place upon record our heartfelt thanks for the prompt service which you rendered, and our sincere appreciati- on of your attention to duty on that occasion. As some slight recognition we ask your acceptance of this address and the accompanying purse of gold. Presented on behalf of the subscribers by [???] Barclay, High Sheriff of Norfolk; T.Boardman, Mayor of Norwich. Nov. 25 1905'.35 mmcol
P71 6PG08 April 19911991Certificate about Benjamin Sainty and rail crash of the Cromer Express in 1905, close-up. Belonging to Edgar Sainty of 58 Maldon Road, his grandson. Original size about 15 inches by 18 inches. In pencil on the back, ‘F.Hase Hayden, Norwich. (Fecit) per J. & J.King’. Reads: 'GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY [round the badge] To Benjamin Sainty Signalman at Witham Junction Whereas on the morning of September 1st 1905 the London to Cromer Express in pass- ing through Witham Station left the rails and became a total wreck, the debris blocking both “Up” and “Down” lines, The Cromer to London “Up” Express, running to time, at the rate of 50 miles per hour, being due to pass over the scene of the accident one min- ute after it occurred, was, partly by your prompt attention to du- ty stopped in time to avert a still greater disaster. We the undersigned, representing passengers in both trains, as well as some thousand of the travelling public in the Eastern Counties, desire to place upon record our heartfelt thanks for the prompt service which you rendered, and our sincere appreciati- on of your attention to duty on that occasion. As some slight recognition we ask your acceptance of this address and the accompanying purse of gold. Presented on behalf of the subscribers by [???] Barclay, High Sheriff of Norfolk; T.Boardman, Mayor of Norwich. Nov. 25 1905'.35 mmcol
P71 7PG08 April 19911991Certificate about Benjamin Sainty and rail crash of the Cromer Express in 1905, close-up. Belonging to Edgar Sainty of 58 Maldon Road, his grandson. Original size about 15 inches by 18 inches. In pencil on the back, ‘F.Hase Hayden, Norwich. (Fecit) per J. & J.King’. Reads: 'GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY [round the badge] To Benjamin Sainty Signalman at Witham Junction Whereas on the morning of September 1st 1905 the London to Cromer Express in pass- ing through Witham Station left the rails and became a total wreck, the debris blocking both “Up” and “Down” lines, The Cromer to London “Up” Express, running to time, at the rate of 50 miles per hour, being due to pass over the scene of the accident one min- ute after it occurred, was, partly by your prompt attention to du- ty stopped in time to avert a still greater disaster. We the undersigned, representing passengers in both trains, as well as some thousand of the travelling public in the Eastern Counties, desire to place upon record our heartfelt thanks for the prompt service which you rendered, and our sincere appreciati- on of your attention to duty on that occasion. As some slight recognition we ask your acceptance of this address and the accompanying purse of gold. Presented on behalf of the subscribers by [???] Barclay, High Sheriff of Norfolk; T.Boardman, Mayor of Norwich. Nov. 25 1905'.35 mmcol
P71 8PG08 April 19911991Photo of photo of Benjamin Sainty and wife Susannah Maria Sainty (for actual copy see JG's photo M301).35 mmcol
P71 9PG08 April 19911991Photo of photo of Benjamin Sainty and wife Susannah Maria Sainty (for actual copy see JG's photo M301).35 mmcol
P71 10PG08 April 19911991Foundation stone at offices of Sedgwick’s, the Grove, 1 Newland Street. Reads: ‘WITHAM OFFICE CENTRE / THIS STONE WAS LAID BY COUNCILLOR S.E.SMITH J.P. / CHAIRMAN OFFICE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE / AND / COUNCILLOR W.A.MARSH CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNCIL / ON 18TH JANUARY 1973 / ARCHITECTS: SCOTT BROWNRIGG AND TURNER / CONTRACTORS: GEORGE WIMPEY & CO LIMITED / A CAPITAL AND COUNTIES DEVELOPMENT / IN ASSOCIATION WITH / THE WITHAM URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL’.35 mmcol
P71 11PG11 April 19911991Certificate about Benjamin Sainty and rail crash of the Cromer Express in 1905, general view. Belonging to Edgar Sainty of 58 Maldon Road, his grandson. Original size about 15 inches by 18 inches. In pencil on the back, ‘F.Hase Hayden, Norwich. (Fecit) per J. & J.King’. Reads: 'GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY [round the badge] To Benjamin Sainty Signalman at Witham Junction Whereas on the morning of September 1st 1905 the London to Cromer Express in pass- ing through Witham Station left the rails and became a total wreck, the debris blocking both “Up” and “Down” lines, The Cromer to London “Up” Express, running to time, at the rate of 50 miles per hour, being due to pass over the scene of the accident one min- ute after it occurred, was, partly by your prompt attention to du- ty stopped in time to avert a still greater disaster. We the undersigned, representing passengers in both trains, as well as some thousand of the travelling public in the Eastern Counties, desire to place upon record our heartfelt thanks for the prompt service which you rendered, and our sincere appreciati- on of your attention to duty on that occasion. As some slight recognition we ask your acceptance of this address and the accompanying purse of gold. Presented on behalf of the subscribers by [???] Barclay, High Sheriff of Norfolk; T.Boardman, Mayor of Norwich. Nov. 25 1905'.35 mmcol
P71 12PG11 April 19911991Certificate about Benjamin Sainty and rail crash of the Cromer Express in 1905, general view. Belonging to Edgar Sainty of 58 Maldon Road, his grandson. Original size about 15 inches by 18 inches. In pencil on the back, ‘F.Hase Hayden, Norwich. (Fecit) per J. & J.King’. Reads: 'GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY [round the badge] To Benjamin Sainty Signalman at Witham Junction Whereas on the morning of September 1st 1905 the London to Cromer Express in pass- ing through Witham Station left the rails and became a total wreck, the debris blocking both “Up” and “Down” lines, The Cromer to London “Up” Express, running to time, at the rate of 50 miles per hour, being due to pass over the scene of the accident one min- ute after it occurred, was, partly by your prompt attention to du- ty stopped in time to avert a still greater disaster. We the undersigned, representing passengers in both trains, as well as some thousand of the travelling public in the Eastern Counties, desire to place upon record our heartfelt thanks for the prompt service which you rendered, and our sincere appreciati- on of your attention to duty on that occasion. As some slight recognition we ask your acceptance of this address and the accompanying purse of gold. Presented on behalf of the subscribers by [???] Barclay, High Sheriff of Norfolk; T.Boardman, Mayor of Norwich. Nov. 25 1905'.35 mmcol
P71 13PG11 April 19911991Photo of photo of Benjamin Sainty and wife Susannah Maria Sainty (for actual copy see JG's photo M301).35 mmcol
P71 14PG11 April 19911991Photo of photo of Benjamin Sainty and wife Susannah Maria Sainty (for actual copy see JG's photo M301.35 mmcol
P71 15PG11 April 19911991Plaque with date (AD 1898), from Park Cottages, 77-83 Maldon Road, now demolished, removed to front wall of Burmah filling station now on the site.35 mmcol
P71 16PG11 April 19911991Plaque with name (P--- / COT ---), from Park Cottages, 77-83 Maldon Road, now demolished, removed to front wall of Burmah filling station now on the site.35 mmcol
P71 17PG11 April 19911991View of Burmah filling station at 77-83 Maldon Road, showing name and date plaques in front wall, which were removed from Park Cottages, 77-83 Maldon Road, now demolished (P--- / COT --- on left and AD 1898 on right).35 mmcol
P71 18PG11 April 19911991Bridge over river Brain in Guithavon Road, inscribed 'WUDC 1914', i.e. Witham Urban District Council, close-up.35 mmcol
P71 19PG11 April 19911991Bridge over river Brain in Guithavon Road, inscribed 'WUDC 1914', i.e. Witham Urban District Council, general view.35 mmcol
P72 16JG21 April 19911991Lockram Villas (7 Collingwood Road and 9 Collingwood Road), plaque with date (AD 1887).110col
P72 17JG21 April 19911991Lockram Villas (7 Collingwood Road and 9 Collingwood Road), plaque with name.110col
P72 18JG21 April 199119912 Maldon Road, plaque with date (AD 1889).110col
P72 19JG21 April 1991199190 Maldon Road, plaque with date (AD 1904).110col
P72 20JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, building immediately behind it, interior (this building had 143 on the door; see P73/18 etc.). See link for plan.110col
P72 21JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, building immediately behind it, interior (this building had 143 on the door; see P73/18 etc.). See link for plan.110col
P72 22JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, building immediately behind it, initials carved on wall (J.S.1911) (this building had 143 on the door; see P73/18 etc.). See link for plan.110col
P72 23JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, building immediately behind it, interior (this building had 143 on the door; see P73/18 etc.). See link for plan.110col
P72 24JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, building immediately behind it, interior (this building had 143 on the door; see P73/18 etc.). See link for plan.110col
P73 4JG21 April 199119913a Collingwood Road (part) (Connells estate agents), 5 Collingwood Road (Tudor Employment Agency), Lockram Villas (7 Collingwood Road and 9 Collingwood Road).35 mmcol
P73 5JG21 April 199119912 Maldon Road (Daymes, ladies' clothes), and part of 2a Maldon Road (Kashmir restaurant).35 mmcol
P73 6JG21 April 1991199188 Maldon Road, 90 Maldon Road.35 mmcol
P73 7JG21 April 19911991Fountain in park and recreation ground, Maldon Road, on north wall. Close-up of inscription. Commemorating donation for park to vicar (Canon David Ingles) by friend (Tom Motion). Inscription on fountain reads: ‘THIS FOUNTAIN IS TO COMMEMORATE / THE GIFT OF THIS RECREATION GROUND / TO THE PARISH OF WITHAM /IN THE YEAR 1901 / BY ONE WHO WISHED TO BE KNOWN / AS THE "VICAR’S FRIEND"'. The fountain was unveiled in October 1913. The park had actually been opened in 1900 (not 1901), to the accompaniment of a procession, speeches, children's sports and refreshments, a promenade concert, dancing, a show of lantern slides by Mr Blood, and fireworks (Chelmsford Chronicle, 22 June 1900). The anonymous donation of £1,000 from the vicar’s friend was later revealed to have come from Tom Motion, whose brother Andrew Motion lived at Faulkbourne Hall (see volume now E.R.O. Accession 10510, page 62 (left). The vicar was Canon David Ingles.35 mmcol
P73 8JG21 April 19911991Fountain in park and recreation ground, Maldon Road, on north wall. Close-up of inscription. Commemorating donation for park to vicar (Canon David Ingles) by friend (Tom Motion). Inscription on fountain reads: ‘THIS FOUNTAIN IS TO COMMEMORATE / THE GIFT OF THIS RECREATION GROUND / TO THE PARISH OF WITHAM /IN THE YEAR 1901 / BY ONE WHO WISHED TO BE KNOWN / AS THE "VICAR’S FRIEND"'. The fountain was unveiled in October 1913. The park had actually been opened in 1900 (not 1901), to the accompaniment of a procession, speeches, children's sports and refreshments, a promenade concert, dancing, a show of lantern slides by Mr Blood, and fireworks (Chelmsford Chronicle, 22 June 1900). The anonymous donation of £1,000 from the vicar’s friend was later revealed to have come from Tom Motion, whose brother Andrew Motion lived at Faulkbourne Hall (see volume now E.R.O. Accession 10510, page 62 (left). The vicar was Canon David Ingles.35 mmcol
P73 9JG21 April 19911991General view of park and recreation ground showing fountain on north wall. Commemorating donation for park to vicar (Canon David Ingles) by friend (Tom Motion). Inscription on fountain reads: ‘THIS FOUNTAIN IS TO COMMEMORATE / THE GIFT OF THIS RECREATION GROUND / TO THE PARISH OF WITHAM /IN THE YEAR 1901 / BY ONE WHO WISHED TO BE KNOWN / AS THE "VICAR’S FRIEND"'. The fountain was unveiled in October 1913. The park had actually been opened in 1900 (not 1901), to the accompaniment of a procession, speeches, children's sports and refreshments, a promenade concert, dancing, a show of lantern slides by Mr Blood, and fireworks (Chelmsford Chronicle, 22 June 1900). The anonymous donation of £1,000 from the vicar’s friend was later revealed to have come from Tom Motion, whose brother Andrew Motion lived at Faulkbourne Hall (see volume now E.R.O. Accession 10510, page 62 (left). The vicar was Canon David Ingles.35 mmcol
P73 10JG21 April 19911991Evangelical church, Guithavon Valley, Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley.35 mmcol
P73 11JG21 April 19911991Evangelical church, Guithavon Valley, Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley (part).35 mmcol
P73 12JG21 April 19911991Evangelical church, Guithavon Valley.35 mmcol
P73 13JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, yard and buildings behind, location as on plan, for which see link.35 mmcol
P73 14JG21 April 19911991From 143 Newland Street, yard and buildings behind 149 Newland Street and 151 Newland Street, location as on plan, for which see link.35 mmcol
P73 15JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, yard and buildings behind, location as on plan, for which see link.35 mmcol
P73 16JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, yard and buildings behind, location as on plan, for which see link.35 mmcol
P73 17JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, yard and buildings behind, location as on plan, for which see link.35 mmcol
P73 18JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, yard and buildings behind, location as on plan, for which see link.35 mmcol
P73 19JG21 April 19911991143 Newland Street, yard and buildings behind, location as on plan, for which see link.35 mmcol
P73 20JG21 April 19911991Foundation stone outside main door of Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street. Laid by Bill Marsh. Reads: ‘THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / COUNCILLOR W.A.MARSH / CHAIRMAN OF WITHAM / URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL / ON 11TH DECEMBER 1971’.35 mmcol
P73 21JG21 April 199119911-3 Spinks Lane.35 mmcol
P73 22JG21 April 199119917 Mill Lane (part), Avon Terrace ( 9-21 Mill Lane).35 mmcol
P73 23JG21 April 199119918 Collingwood Road, wall at rear of Area Health Office, showing location of date plaque on south wall.35 mmcol
P73 24JG21 April 19911991Wall behind car park at the Newlands (north wall), with location of plaque of E.C.Smith (standing for Edward Charles Smith), and poll tax graffiti (painted by Brian Boshell and Bill McCulloch, 1990). All Saints church in background.35 mmcol
P74 1JG21 April 19911991Inside building behind 143 Newland Street (this building had 143 on the door; see P73/18 etc.). See plan in link.110col
P74 2JG21 April 19911991Inside building behind 143 Newland Street (this building had 143 on the door; see P73/18 etc.). See plan in link.110col
P74 3JG21 April 19911991Foundation stone outside main door of Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street. Laid by Bill Marsh. Reads: ‘THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / COUNCILLOR W.A.MARSH / CHAIRMAN OF WITHAM / URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL / ON 11TH DECEMBER 1971’.110col
P74 4JG21 April 199119911-3 Spinks Lane, date plaque (19 RECI 24), for Royal Eastern Counties Institution).110col
P74 5JG21 April 19911991Avon Terrace ( 9-21 Mill Lane), plaque with name (AVON TERRACE).110col
P74 6JG21 April 19911991Avon Terrace ( 9-21 Mill Lane), plaque with part of date (AD).110col
P74 7JG21 April 19911991Avon Terrace ( 9-21 Mill Lane), plaque with part of date (1883).110col
P74 8JG21 April 19911991Avon Terrace ( 9-21 Mill Lane), plaque with part of date (1883).110col
P74 9JG21 April 199119918 Collingwood Road, wall at rear of Area Health Office, showing plaque on south wall (A.C.M. / 1923) (standing for Arthur Charles Mens) (inscription not clear on photo).110col
P74 10JG21 April 19911991Wall behind car park at the Newlands (north wall), plaque of E.C.Smith (standing for Edward Charles Smith).110col
P74 16JG25 May 19911991Ivinghoe, Bucks, hook for firemen to remove burning thatch.110col
P74 18JG04 June 1991199137 Chipping Hill (Oaklands), plaque with date (AD 18 / 80).110col
P74 19JG04 June 19911991Chauntry Villas (47 Chipping Hill and 49 Chipping Hill), plaque with name and date (CHAUNTRY / VILLAS / 1897).110col
P74 20JG04 June 19911991Sauls Bridge, Maldon Road, inscription with place and date (IPSWICH 1814).110col
P74 21JG04 June 19911991Sauls Bridge, Maldon Road, inscription with place and date and maker (RANSOME AND SON - IPSWICH 1814) (not very clear).110col
P74 22JG04 June 1991199171 Collingwood Road, name board (ESSEX NORTH & SOUTH VALUATION AND COMMUNITY CHARGE TRIBUNALS), i.e. tax office.110col
P74 23JG04 June 19911991Diamond Terrace (11-14 Chalks Road), plaque with initials (JW) (standing for John Wadley).110col
P74 24JG04 June 19911991Diamond Terrace (11-14 Chalks Road), plaque with name (DIAMOND TERRACE).110col
P75 -1JG09 May 199119911-4 Chalks Road.35 mmcol
P75 0JG09 May 19911991Court 2 (between Bronte Road and Hemingway Road, Templars estate.35 mmcol
P75 1JG17 May 19911991143 Newland Street, south side, from back, also including front of 132 Newland Street on left. See link for plan.35 mmcol
P75 2JG17 May 19911991143 Newland Street, south side, from back, also including front of 132 Newland Street on left. See link for plan.35 mmcol
P75 3JG17 May 19911991143 Newland Street, south side, from back, also including front of 132 Newland Street (part) on left. See link for plan.35 mmcol
P75 4JG17 May 19911991143 Newland Street, south side, from back. See link for plan.35 mmcol
P75 5JG17 May 19911991143 Newland Street, south side, from back, also including front of 132 Newland Street (part) on left. See link for plan.35 mmcol
P75 6JG17 May 19911991143 Newland Street, from back. See link for plan.35 mmcol
P75 7JG17 May 19911991143 Newland Street, yard behind, looking south-east from Newland Street end. See link for plan.35 mmcol
P75 8JG04 June 1991199137 Chipping Hill (Oaklands).35 mmcol
P75 9JG04 June 1991199145 Chipping Hill, 47 Chipping Hill, 49 Chipping Hill, 51 Chipping Hill.35 mmcol
P75 10JG04 June 1991199145 Chipping Hill (part), 47 Chipping Hill, 49 Chipping Hill, 51 Chipping Hill.35 mmcol
P75 11JG04 June 19911991Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street.35 mmcol
P75 12JG04 June 19911991Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street, foundation stone outside main door, laid by Councillor W.A.Marsh (Bill Marsh).35 mmcol
P75 13JG04 June 19911991Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street, front entrance including foundation stone outside main door, laid by Councillor W.A.Marsh (Bill Marsh).35 mmcol
P75 14JG04 June 19911991Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street.35 mmcol
P75 15JG04 June 19911991Sauls Bridge, Maldon Road.35 mmcol
P75 16JG04 June 19911991Sauls Bridge, Maldon Road, looking up Maldon Road.35 mmcol
P75 17JG04 June 19911991Sauls Bridge, Maldon Road.35 mmcol
P75 18JG04 June 19911991West of Sauls Bridge, Maldon Road, river Brain wearing down bank on river walk.35 mmcol
P75 19JG04 June 19911991West of Sauls Bridge, Maldon Road, river Brain wearing down bank on river walk.35 mmcol
P75 20JG04 June 1991199171 Collingwood Road, office of Community Charge Tribunal, i.e. poll tax office.35 mmcol
P75 21JG04 June 1991199171 Collingwood Road, office of Community Charge Tribunal, i.e. poll tax office, graffiti on fence to north of it (PEASANTS REVOLT 1.4.1990 - DON'T PAY) (painted by Brian Boshell and Bill McCulloch, 1990).35 mmcol
P75 22JG04 June 1991199171 Collingwood Road, office of Community Charge Tribunal, i.e. poll tax office, graffiti on fence to north of it (PEASANTS REVOLT 1.4.1990) (painted by Brian Boshell and Bill McCulloch, 1990).35 mmcol
P75 23JG12 June 199119911-3 Albert Road; site of new houses just about to be built on the left.35 mmcol
P75 24JG12 June 1991199110 Chalks Road, and Diamond Terrace (11-14 Chalks Road).35 mmcol
P75 27JG12 June 19911991Moat Farm Chase, house now called Moat Farm (former outbuildings of Moat Farm), wall being built alongside).35 mmcol
P75 28JG12 June 19911991Moat Farm Chase, house now called Moat Farm (former outbuildings of Moat Farm), wall being built alongside).35 mmcol
P75 29JG29 June 19911991Manor Road (built 1924, architect C.H.B.Quennell), from east.35 mmcol
P75 30JG29 June 19911991Manor Road (built 1924, architect C.H.B.Quennell) from north, from Rickstones Road Recreation ground.35 mmcol
P75 31JG29 June 19911991Manor Road (built 1924, architect C.H.B.Quennell) from north.35 mmcol
P75 32JG29 June 19911991Part of Manor Road (built 1924, architect C.H.B.Quennell) from north.35 mmcol
P75 33JG29 June 19911991Part of Manor Road (built 1924, architect C.H.B.Quennell) from north.35 mmcol
P76 -1JG14 July 19911991R.A.F.A. Club, corner of Bridge Street and Howbridge Road.35 mmcol
P76 0JG14 July 19911991Faragon Terrace, Bridge Street (59 Bridge Street, 61 Bridge Street, 63 Bridge Street, 65 Bridge Street, 67 Bridge Street), showing name, date and initials in bricks (FARAGON TERRACE / GMT 1869) (standing for George Thomasin and Mary Thomasin).35 mmcol
P76 1JG14 July 19911991Faragon Terrace, Bridge Street (part) (65 Bridge Street, 67 Bridge Street), showing part of name, and date in bricks (TERRACE / 1869).35 mmcol
P76 2JG14 July 19911991Faragon Terrace, Bridge Street (part) (61 Bridge Street, 63 Bridge Street), showing part of name, and initials in bricks (FARAGON / GMT) (standing for George Thomasin and Mary Thomasin).35 mmcol
P76 3JG14 July 19911991Alfred Cottages, Bridge Street (i.e. 3 Bridge Street, 5 Bridge Street, 7 Bridge Street, 9 Bridge Street), with name and date plaque (ALFRED / 1891 / COTTAGES) (named after Alfred Sayer).35 mmcol
P76 4JG14 July 19911991Alfred Cottages, Bridge Street (i.e. 3 Bridge Street, 5 Bridge Street, 7 Bridge Street, 9 Bridge Street), with name and date plaque (ALFRED / 1891 / COTTAGES) named after Alfred Sayer), also 1 Bridge Street.35 mmcol
P76 5JG14 July 19911991113 Newland Street, 115 Newland Street, part of Co-op, with Pelican insignia of Pattisson family at top.35 mmcol
P76 6JG14 July 1991199151 Newland Street, 53 Newland Street, 55 Newland Street, 57 Newland Street (Midland Bank), 59 Newland Street (Barclays Bank), 61 Newland Street (Town and Country Building Society), 63 Newland Street (Mondy).35 mmcol
P76 7JG14 July 1991199155 Newland Street (part), 57 Newland Street (Midland Bank), 59 Newland Street (Barclays Bank) (part).35 mmcol
P76 8JG14 July 1991199157 Newland Street (Midland Bank), 68 Newland Street (Keith Prowse), 70 Newland Street (part of side), 4 Guithavon Street (part is Brandons).35 mmcol
P76 9JG14 July 19911991Spread Eagle (47 Newland Street, 49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street (Sue Ryder), 53 Newland Street (part).35 mmcol
P76 10JG14 July 1991199155 Newland Street (Trustee Savings Bank), 57 Newland Street (Midland Bank).35 mmcol
P76 11JG14 July 199119915a Newland Street, 5b Newland Street (Tudor Employment Agency) (both part of 5 Newland Street), Red Lion (7 Newland Street) (part).35 mmcol
P76 12JG14 July 19911991Post Office, Newland Street, High House Newland Street (Lian) (both part of 5 Newland Street).35 mmcol
P76 13JG14 July 19911991Grove House (1 Newland Street) (Sedgwick) (part), 9 Freebornes Court (part).35 mmcol
P76 14JG14 July 19911991Grove House (1 Newland Street) (Sedgwick) (part).35 mmcol
P76 15JG14 July 19911991Central Buildings (39 Newland Street, 41 Newland Street) (Gallants), 43 Newland Street (Coral), 45 Newland Street (Fads).35 mmcol
P76 16JG14 July 19911991Plaque formerly on 46 Newland Street, then on wall next to Newlands car park, and then here, on seat at corner of Guithavon Street and Newlands Drive (AD / 1881).35 mmcol
P76 17JG14 July 19911991Plaque formerly on 46 Newland Street, then on wall next to Newlands car park, and then here, on seat at corner of Guithavon Street and Newlands Drive (AD / 1881). Telephone exchange in background.35 mmcol
P76 18JG14 July 19911991Podsbrook House, Guithavon Street.35 mmcol
P76 19JG14 July 19911991Rex Mott Court, Guithavon Street.35 mmcol
P76 20JG14 July 19911991Telephone Exchange, The Newlands.35 mmcol
P76 21JG14 July 1991199116 Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P76 22JG14 July 19911991Constitutional Club (14 Collingwood Road).35 mmcol
P76 23JG14 July 199119918 Collingwood Road, wall at rear of Area Health Office, showing plaque on south wall (A.C.M. / 1923) (standing for Arthur Charles Mens).35 mmcol
P76 24JG14 July 199119914 Collingwood Road, 6 Collingwood Road, 8 Collingwood Road, 10 Collingwood Road, Health Authority building, stone outside with name (outdated by this time and turned round to face backwards) (ESSEX AREA HEALTH AUTHORITY / AREA HEADQUARTERS). Part of car park and Newlands precinct in background.35 mmcol
P76 25JG14 July 1991199129 Newland Street (Altar Image), 31 Newland Street, (Health Foods) 33 Newland Street (Woolwich Building Society), 35 Newland Street (Woolworths) (part), 38 Newland Street (part).35 mmcol
P76 26JG14 July 19911991Grove Shopping Centre, general view in centre.35 mmcol
P76 27JG14 July 19911991Notice board outside Police Station, Newland Street, about Petty Sessions. Reads: 'COUNTY OF ESSEX / WITHAM PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION / MAGISTRATES COURTS / ACT 1952 / Notice is hereby given that Petty / Sessions Courts trying indictable / offences are heard, tried, / determined and judged under / the above Act and held in this Building / every Tuesday throughout the year / at 10.30 a.m. / The Justices will also sit when necessary / at the Court on any other week day / for the purpose of the said Act. / [???]'.35 mmcol
P76 28JG14 July 19911991Police Station, Newland Street.35 mmcol
P76 29JG14 July 19911991The Avenue from the north.35 mmcol
P76 30JG14 July 19911991Church House, Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P76 31JG14 July 19911991Easton Road, from railway station car park.35 mmcol
P76 32JG14 July 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty) from west, showing loading bay (shop 2) with social club over. Centre part of panorama in three parts (with P76/33 and 76/34).35 mmcol
P76 33JG14 July 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty) from west, showing loading bay (shop 2) with social club over. Right hand end of panorama in three parts (with P76/32 and 76/34).35 mmcol
P76 34JG14 July 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, (empty) from west, showing loading bay (shop 2) with social club over. Left hand end of panorama in three parts (with P76/32 and 76/33).35 mmcol
P76 35JG14 July 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, northern end, (empty) and 44 Braintree Road, from west, from opposite the end of Chalks Road. Left hand end of panorama in three parts (with P76/36 and 76/37).35 mmcol
P76 36JG14 July 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, northern end, (empty) and 44 Braintree Road, from west, from opposite the end of Chalks Road. Left hand end of panorama in three parts (with P76/35 and 76/37).35 mmcol
P76 37JG14 July 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, northern end, (empty) and 44 Braintree Road, from west, from opposite the end of Chalks Road. Left hand end of panorama in three parts (with P76/35 and 76/36).35 mmcol
P77 2JG14 July 19911991Alfred Cottages, Bridge Street (i.e. 3 Bridge Street, 5 Bridge Street, 7 Bridge Street, 9 Bridge Street), name and date plaque (ALFRED / 1891 / COTTAGES) (named after Alfred Sayer).110col
P77 3JG14 July 19911991113 Newland Street, part of Co-op, with Pelican insignia of Pattisson family at top.110col
P77 4JG14 July 19911991115 Newland Street, part of Co-op, with plaque (CWS) of Witham Co-operative Society.110col
P77 5JG14 July 19911991Spread Eagle (49 Newland Street), plaque with alleged date (wrong) (AD / 1300).110col
P77 6JG14 July 19911991Post Office (part of 5 Newland Street), plaque with date (GR / 1939).110col
P77 7JG14 July 199119915a Newland Street, 5b Newland Street (both part of 5 Newland Street), plaque with date (1934).110col
P77 8JG14 July 19911991Central Buildings (39 Newland Street), plaque with name and date (CENTRAL / BUILDINGS / 1927) (further away than P77/7).110col
P77 9JG14 July 19911991Central Buildings (39 Newland Street), plaque with name and date (CENTRAL / BUILDINGS / 1927) (closer up than P77/8).110col
P77 10JG14 July 19911991Church House, Collingwood Road, plaque with name and date (CHURCH / HOUSE / 1909).110col
P78 0APG12 July 19911991Factory in Stepfield, Fison factory (formerly Radiol Chemicals, later, in 1995, Roche, who bought Fisons), foundation stone laid 1966 by Sir John Ruggles Brise. Reads ‘RADIOL CHEMICALS LIMITED ? THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / COLONEL SIR JOHN RUGGLES-BRISE BT. CB OBE TD JP / LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF ESSEX ON 6TH DECEMBER 1966 / KELSEY HUNTER & PARTNERS ARCHITECTS ? CONTRACTORS W & C FRENCH LTD.' See links for plan.35 mmcol
P78 1APG12 July 19911991Factory in Stepfield, Fison factory (formerly Radiol Chemicals, later, in 1995, Roche, who bought Fisons), foundation stone laid 1966 by Sir John Ruggles Brise. Reads ‘RADIOL CHEMICALS LIMITED ? THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / COLONEL SIR JOHN RUGGLES-BRISE BT. CB OBE TD JP / LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF ESSEX ON 6TH DECEMBER 1966 / KELSEY HUNTER & PARTNERS ARCHITECTS ? CONTRACTORS W & C FRENCH LTD.' See links for plan.35 mmcol
P78 2APG12 July 19911991Factory in Stepfield, Fison factory (formerly Radiol Chemicals, later, in 1995, Roche, who bought Fisons), foundation stone laid 1966 by Sir John Ruggles Brise. Reads ‘RADIOL CHEMICALS LIMITED ? THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / COLONEL SIR JOHN RUGGLES-BRISE BT. CB OBE TD JP / LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF ESSEX ON 6TH DECEMBER 1966 / KELSEY HUNTER & PARTNERS ARCHITECTS ? CONTRACTORS W & C FRENCH LTD.' See links for plan.35 mmcol
P78 3APG12 July 19911991Factory in Stepfield, Fison factory (formerly Radiol Chemicals, later, in 1995, Roche, who bought Fisons), foundation stone laid 1966 by Sir John Ruggles Brise. Reads ‘RADIOL CHEMICALS LIMITED ? THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / COLONEL SIR JOHN RUGGLES-BRISE BT. CB OBE TD JP / LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF ESSEX ON 6TH DECEMBER 1966 / KELSEY HUNTER & PARTNERS ARCHITECTS ? CONTRACTORS W & C FRENCH LTD.' See links for plan.35 mmcol
P78 4APG12 July 19911991Factory in Stepfield, Fison factory (formerly Radiol Chemicals, later, in 1995, Roche, who bought Fisons), view of front. See links for plan.35 mmcol
P78 5APG12 July 19911991Factory in Stepfield, Fison factory (formerly Radiol Chemicals, later, in 1995, Roche, who bought Fisons), view of back. See links for plan.35 mmcol
P78 6APG12 July 19911991Factory in Stepfield, Fison factory (formerly Radiol Chemicals, later, in 1995, Roche, who bought Fisons), view of back. See links for plan.35 mmcol
P78 7APG12 July 19911991Factory in Stepfield, Fison factory (formerly Radiol Chemicals, later, in 1995, Roche, who bought Fisons), view of side. See links for plan.35 mmcol
P78 8APG12 July 19911991Factory in Stepfield, Fison factory (formerly Radiol Chemicals, later, in 1995, Roche, who bought Fisons), view of side. See links for plan.35 mmcol
P78 9APG12 July 19911991Avenue House (4 Newland Street), initials on head of rainwater pipe (W W M / 1757) (stands for William Wright and Mary Wright).35 mmcol
P78 10APG12 July 19911991Photo of air photo of Newland Street, 1988 (Airpic JE9). Original, purchased from door-to door salesman, kept with extra large photos.35 mmcol
P78 11APG12 July 19911991Photo of air photo of Newland Street, 1988 (Airpic JE9). Original, purchased from door-to door salesman, kept with extra large photos.35 mmcol
P78 12APG12 July 19911991Photo of air photo of Chipping Hill, 1988 (Airpic JE3). Original, purchased from door-to door salesman, kept with extra large photos.35 mmcol
P79 -1AJG26 August 19911991Stone plaque in wall at back of 6-8 Church Street (close-up). Reads ‘THIS END BELONGS TO J.C. 1845’, with finger pointing to the right. Probably John Coote, auctioneer and farmer. The wall is parallel to and accessible from White Horse Lane (but not the wall adjoining the lane, the next one). The inscription faces away from the lane.35 mmcol
P79 0AJG26 August 19911991Stone plaque in wall at back of 6-8 Church Street (close-up). Reads ‘THIS END BELONGS TO J.C. 1845’, with finger pointing to the right. Probably John Coote, auctioneer and farmer. The wall is parallel to and accessible from White Horse Lane (but not the wall adjoining the lane, the next one). The inscription faces away from the lane. General view of location, also showing side of Recess (14 Chipping Hill), rear of Bramstons (16 Chipping Hill) and Saddle Lodge, White Horse Lane (part).35 mmcol
P79 1AJG26 August 199119916 Braintree Road, 8 Braintree Road (Harwin Cottages).35 mmcol
P79 2AJG26 August 19911991Church House, Collingwood Road.35 mmcol
P79 3AJG26 August 1991199146 Collingwood Road (previously Nurses’ Bungalow). Plaque to right of door (hidden by foliage). Reads ‘THIS HOME / FOR THE / WITHAM PARISH NURSES / WAS ERECTED IN 1920 / BY VOLUNTARY SUBSCRIPTION / AS A THANK OFFERING / FOR / VICTORY IN THE GREAT WAR’.35 mmcol
P79 4AJG26 August 1991199146 Collingwood Road (previously Nurses’ Bungalow), close-up of plaque to right of door (hidden by foliage). Reads ‘THIS HOME / FOR THE / WITHAM PARISH NURSES / WAS ERECTED IN 1920 / BY VOLUNTARY SUBSCRIPTION / AS A THANK OFFERING / FOR / VICTORY IN THE GREAT WAR’.35 mmcol
P79 5AJG26 August 19911991The James Matthews plaque, formerly in Lockram Lane, then on wall next to Newlands car park, and then moved to here, at corner of Guithavon Street and Newlands Drive. The inscription reads: ‘THIS WALL FIFTY / YARDS LONG PROVIDED / BY JAMES MATTHEWS / JULY 1817’.35 mmcol
P79 6AJG26 August 19911991The James Matthews plaque, formerly in Lockram Lane. The inscription reads: ‘THIS WALL FIFTY / YARDS LONG PROVIDED / BY JAMES MATTHEWS / JULY 1817’. Also the 1881 plaque formerly on 46 Newland Street (AD / 1881). Both now moved to here, at the corner of Guithavon Street and Newlands Drive. Also shows part of Penhaligon Court.35 mmcol
P79 7AJG26 August 19911991Rex Mott Court, Guithavon Street.35 mmcol
P79 8AJG26 August 19911991Spread Eagle (47 Newland Street, 49 Newland Street), 51 Newland Street (Sue Ryder), 53 Newland Street (part).35 mmcol
P79 9AJG26 August 19911991Faragon Terrace, Bridge Street (59 Bridge Street, 61 Bridge Street, 63 Bridge Street, 65 Bridge Street, 67 Bridge Street), showing name, date and initials in bricks (FARAGON TERRACE / GMT 1869) (standing for George Thomasin and Mary Thomasin).35 mmcol
P79 10AJG26 August 19911991R.A.F.A. Club, corner of Bridge Street and Howbridge Road.35 mmcol
P79 11AJG26 August 19911991R.A.F.A. Club, corner of Bridge Street and Howbridge Road, and 6 Howbridge Road.35 mmcol
P79 12AJG26 August 19911991Faragon Terrace, Bridge Street (59 Bridge Street, 61 Bridge Street, 63 Bridge Street, 65 Bridge Street, 67 Bridge Street), showing name, date and initials in bricks (FARAGON TERRACE / GMT 1869) (standing for George Thomasin and Mary Thomasin).35 mmcol
P79 13AJG26 August 19911991Grove Shopping centre, side of 35 Newland Street (Woolworths).35 mmcol
P79 14AJG26 August 1991199129 Newland Street (Altar Image), 31 Newland Street, (Health Foods) 33 Newland Street (Woolwich Building Society), The George (36 Newland Street), 38 Newland Street (part).35 mmcol
P79 15AJG30 August 19911991Spring Lodge Community Centre, behind 3 Powershall End, from the north-west.35 mmcol
P79 16AJG30 August 19911991Spring Lodge Community Centre, behind 3 Powershall End, from the west.35 mmcol
P79 17AJG31 August 19911991Foundation stone of headquarters of Third Witham Scouts and Guides, behind Spring Lodge Community centre, behind 3 Powershall End. Reads ‘3rd WITHAM (ST.NICOLAS) SCOUT AND GUIDE GROUP H.Q. / THIS FOUNDATION STONE WAS LAID BY / DAVID W.E.EVANS D.L. COUNTY COMMISSIONER / ESSEX SCOUTS, ON 30-6-83 / ARCHITECT. ROY BELSHAM R.I.B.A., F.F.B. / C.ENG. C.D.PATTISON. M.I.STRUCT.E. / CONTRACTORS T.W.B. LTD. AND ESSEX YOUTH TRAINING SCHEME’.35 mmcol
P79 18AJG31 August 19911991Headquarters of 3rd Witham (St. Nicolas) Scouts and Guides, behind Spring Lodge Community Centre, behind 3 Powershall End. Foundation stone reads ‘3rd WITHAM (ST.NICOLAS) SCOUT AND GUIDE GROUP H.Q. / THIS FOUNDATION STONE WAS LAID BY / DAVID W.E.EVANS D.L. COUNTY COMMISSIONER / ESSEX SCOUTS, ON 30-6-83 / ARCHITECT. ROY BELSHAM R.I.B.A., F.F.B. / C.ENG. C.D.PATTISON. M.I.STRUCT.E. / CONTRACTORS T.W.B. LTD. AND ESSEX YOUTH TRAINING SCHEME’.35 mmcol
P79 19AJG31 August 19911991Headquarters of 3rd Witham (St. Nicolas) Scouts and Guides, behind Spring Lodge Community Centre, behind 3 Powershall End.35 mmcol
P79 20AJG01 September 19911991Methodist church, Guithavon Street, Methodist church hall, Guithavon Street, Mill Vale Lodge, Guithavon Street (part).35 mmcol
P80 28PG30 August 19911991Spring Lodge Community Centre, behind 3 Powershall End, foundation stone inside entrance hall. Reads ‘WITHAM URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL / SPRING LODGE CENTRE / THIS STONE WAS LAID BY COUNCILLOR S.E.SMITH J.P. / CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNCIL ON 29 NOVEMBER 1973 / ARCHITECTS STANLEY BRAGG & ASSOCIATES / CONTRACTORS R.G.CARTER (KINGS LYNN) LTD’.35 mmcol
P80 29PG30 August 19911991Spring Lodge Community Centre, behind 3 Powershall End, foundation stone inside entrance hall. Reads ‘WITHAM URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL / SPRING LODGE CENTRE / THIS STONE WAS LAID BY COUNCILLOR S.E.SMITH J.P. / CHAIRMAN OF THE COUNCIL ON 29 NOVEMBER 1973 / ARCHITECTS STANLEY BRAGG & ASSOCIATES / CONTRACTORS R.G.CARTER (KINGS LYNN) LTD’.35 mmcol
P80 30PG30 August 19911991Methodist church, Guithavon Street, replica of foundation stone (original is hidden by the organ). Reads ‘TO THE GLORY OF GOD / THIS STONE WAS LAID ON THE / 7TH JUNE 1961 / BY THE / REV.J.G.BEARD / AND / MRS. A.G.CORLEY / ON BEHALF OF / THE MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH’.35 mmcol
P80 31PG30 August 19911991Methodist church, Guithavon Street, replica of foundation stone (original is hidden by the organ). Reads ‘TO THE GLORY OF GOD / THIS STONE WAS LAID ON THE / 7TH JUNE 1961 / BY THE / REV.J.G.BEARD / AND / MRS. A.G.CORLEY / ON BEHALF OF / THE MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH’.35 mmcol
P80 32PG30 August 19911991Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street, plaque on stairs commemorating the opening, general view. Reads ‘BRAMSTON SPORTS CENTRE / This Plaque Commemorates the / Official Opening of this Centre / on Saturday. 23rd March. 1974 / By / HENRY COOPER. Esq.. / O.B.E.. Sportsman’. Henry Cooper was a previous heavyweight boxing champion.35 mmcol
P80 33PG30 August 19911991Bramston Sports Centre, Bridge Street, plaque on stairs commemorating the opening, close-up. Reads ‘BRAMSTON SPORTS CENTRE / This Plaque Commemorates the / Official Opening of this Centre / on Saturday. 23rd March. 1974 / By / HENRY COOPER. Esq.. / O.B.E.. Sportsman’. Henry Cooper was a previous heavyweight boxing champion.35 mmcol
P80 34PG30 August 19911991R.A.F.A. Club, corner of Bridge Street and Howbridge Road. Interior. Notice about formation of the branch, 27 March 1945.35 mmcol
P80 35PG30 August 19911991R.A.F.A. Club, corner of Bridge Street and Howbridge Road. Interior. Notice with text of R.A.F.A. official dedication.35 mmcol
P80 36PG30 August 19911991R.A.F.A. Club, corner of Bridge Street and Howbridge Road. Interior. Plaque about War Savings Campaign, 1945.35 mmcol
P81 2JG06 January 19771977Chipping Hill Infants School, Church Street, crane waiting for arrival of new dining hall. Children in playground, including Phil Gyford (back row, just to left of date plaque, fair hair). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 3JG06 January 19771977Chipping Hill Infants School, Church Street. Section of new dining hall arriving on lorry. St.Nicolas church behind. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 4JG06 January 19771977Chipping Hill Infants School, Church Street. Section of new dining hall being put in place. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 5JG21 May 19881988Former glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill (empty), from car park of the Albert public house. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 6JG21 May 19881988Former glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill (empty), northern part dated 1948. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 7JG21 May 19881988Former glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill (empty), southern part dated 1912. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 8JG21 May 19881988Former glove factory, 1 Chipping Hill (empty), southern part dated 1912, from aouth, across main railway line, with train. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 9JG19 June 19881988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side from east. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 10JG19 June 19881988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side from east, with part of inscription (RANSOME & SON). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 11JG19 June 19881988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side from east, with part of inscription (IPSWICH 1814). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 12JG19 June 19881988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, east side from east. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 13JG19 June 19881988Sauls bridge, Maldon Road, parapet from north. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 14JG03 February 19831983Post Office, Newland Street (part of 5 Newland Street. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 15JG25 July 198019804 Church Street, 6 Church Street, White Horse (2 Church Street) (part). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 16JG09 July 198819881-10 Chalks Road, Diamond Terrace (11-14 Chalks Road). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 17JG09 September 1988198828-40 Church Street, being renovated, showing timbers on upper floor, normally plastered. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 18JG07 May 198619864 Albert Road (premises of first Pinkham's glove factory), 3 Albert Road (part). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 19JG07 May 1986198613 Albert Road (second Pinkham's glove factory), 14 Albert Road (former home of Pinkham family). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 20JG10 May 19831983Old fire station, corner of Guithavon Street and Mill Lane. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 21JG20 August 19801980Seed warehouse, Avenue Road, built for Cooper Taber, now Hurst Gunson Cooper Taber, seen from railway station. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P81 22JG01 July 19821982Old Quaker Meeting House, Maldon Road (now Mason's lodge), being renovated. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidecol
P82 15JG05 September 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty), main entrance from Braintree Road, with fire engine, after fire in club room.35 mmcol
P82 16JG05 September 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty), Braintree Road frontage, i.e. loading bay (shop 2), with club room over, after fire in the club room.35 mmcol
P82 17JG05 September 19911991Crittall's factory, Braintree Road (empty), main entrance from Braintree Road, with fire engine, after fire in club room. Behind gate in blue is Richard Ismay of Chelmer Road, temporary security man.35 mmcol
P82 18JG06 September 19911991All Saints church, Guithavon Street, from back, showing part which has dated brick (1860).35 mmcol
P82 19JG06 September 19911991All Saints church, Guithavon Street, from back, showing part which has dated brick (1860).35 mmcol
P82 20JG06 September 1991199120 Highfields Road.35 mmcol
P82 21JG07 September 19911991All Saints church, Guithavon Street, view from front.35 mmcol
P82 22JG08 September 19911991Church House, Collingwood Road, view from north side.35 mmcol
P82 23JG08 September 19911991Area Health Authority Office (8 Collingwood Road).35 mmcol
P83 -1JG13 September 19911991Temple Mead Flats, on site of 1 Chipping Hill, from Labour Hall car park, looking north across railway.35 mmcol
P83 0JG13 September 19911991Temple Mead Flats, on site of 1 Chipping Hill, from Labour Hall car park, looking north across railway, with train.35 mmcol
P83 1JG13 September 19911991In Witham Library (18 Newland Street), chairman’s chain from Witham Urban District Council, on display in the foyer. Label reads ‘PRESENTED TO / THE WITHAM URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL / BY THE DIRECTORS OF / W. PINKHAM AND SON LIMITED / IN MEMORY OF THEIR FOUNDER / WILLIAM PINKHAM ESQ. / MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL 1912-1932 / CHAIRMAN 1930-1931 & 1932-1932’.35 mmcol
P83 2JG13 September 19911991In Witham Library (18 Newland Street), poster about the opening in 1928 of the Whitehall cinema (at 18 Newland Street), on display in the foyer. Reads ‘WHITEHALL / WITHAM. / “THE CINEMA SUPREME” / Telephone: WITHAM 142 / GRAND OPENING PERFORMANCE / Commencing at 7.30 MONDAY DECEMBER 17th 1928 / W. PINKHAM. Esq. / Vice-Chairman Witham Urban District Council / HAS KINDLY CONSENTED TO OPEN THE HALL / JANET GAYNOR & CHARLES FARRELL / 7TH HEAVEN / THE YOUNG VISITOR / IN HOLLYWOOD / COMEDY: KNIGHT AS DAZE / Latest News. Empire News Bulletin. / Prices of Admission 6d. 9d. 1/3 1/6 2/4 / 1/3 & 1/6 Seats may now be Booked. 6d. & 9d. Not Reserved’.35 mmcol
P83 4JG13 September 19911991Bottom of Newland Street, with 118 Newland Street, 124 Newland Street and 129 Newland Street in foreground, and looking towards Mill Lane car park, former site of 134 Newland Street, gas manager's house.35 mmcol
P83 5JG13 September 19911991Bottom of Newland Street, with 118 Newland Street, 124 Newland Street and 129 Newland Street in foreground, and looking towards Mill Lane car park, former site of 134 Newland Street, gas manager's house.35 mmcol
P83 6JG13 September 19911991Bottom of Newland Street, with 118 Newland Street, 124 Newland Street and 129 Newland Street in foreground, and looking towards Mill Lane car park, former site of 134 Newland Street, gas manager's house.35 mmcol
P83 7JG13 September 19911991United Reformed Church, Newland Street, obelisk at rear (formerly in front), commemorating George Thomasin and Mary Ann Thomasin. One side reads ‘SACRED / TO THE MEMORY OF / GEORGE THOMASIN / OF WITHAM / BORN 31ST OCTR. 1809 / DIED 30TH SEPR 1868 / “THE LORD IS MY LIGHT AND MY / SALVATION WHOM SHALL I FEAR” / PSALM XXVII.1’. The other side reads ‘ALSO OF MARY ELIZABETH / HIS WIFE / BORN 9TH MARCH 1818, / DIED 20TH NOVR 1898’. Another side commemorates their only daughter Mary Elizabeth, born 1 July 1851, died 18 March 1869.35 mmcol
P83 8JG13 September 19911991United Reformed Church, Newland Street, obelisk at rear (formerly in front), commemorating George Thomasin and Mary Ann Thomasin. Close-up. One side reads ‘SACRED / TO THE MEMORY OF / GEORGE THOMASIN / OF WITHAM / BORN 31ST OCTR. 1809 / DIED 30TH SEPR 1868 / “THE LORD IS MY LIGHT AND MY / SALVATION WHOM SHALL I FEAR” / PSALM XXVII.1’. The other side reads ‘ALSO OF MARY ELIZABETH / HIS WIFE / BORN 9TH MARCH 1818, / DIED 20TH NOVR 1898’. Another side commemorates their only daughter Mary Elizabeth, born 1 July 1851, died 18 March 1869.35 mmcol
P83 9JG13 September 19911991United Reformed Church, Newland Street, tombstone in east wall, for Jacob Pattisson and Elizabeth Pattisson. Reads ‘AT THE FOOT OF THIS STONE / LIETH THE BODY OF / JACOB PATTISSON. GENT. / LATE OF THIS TOWN: / WHO DIED FEBY. 22ND 1751. / AGED 57 / AS ALSO OF / ELIZABETH. HIS WIFE / WHO DIED AUGST 13TH 1750. / AGED 46’.35 mmcol
P83 10JG13 September 19911991Wall behind car park at the Newlands (north wall), plaque of E.C.Smith (standing for Edward Charles Smith).35 mmcol
P83 11JG19 September 19911991Plaque inside new part of telephone exchange in the Newlands, about the opening in 1975 by Councillor Dolph Claydon. Reads ‘POST OFFICE TELECOMMUNICATIONS / WITHAM AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE EXCHANGE / MILLFIELD HOUSE / THIS PLAQUE WAS UNVEILED BY COUNCILLOR / DOLPH CLAYDON, VICE-CHAIRMAN OF BRAINTREE / DISTRICT COUNCIL, ON THE OCCASION OF / THE OPENING OF THE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE / AND THE PROVISION OF SUBSCRIBER TRUNK / DIALLING IN WITHAM / 7TH MAY 1975’.35 mmcol
P83 12JG19 September 19911991Plaque inside new part of telephone exchange in the Newlands, about the opening in 1975 by Councillor Dolph Claydon. Reads ‘POST OFFICE TELECOMMUNICATIONS / WITHAM AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE EXCHANGE / MILLFIELD HOUSE / THIS PLAQUE WAS UNVEILED BY COUNCILLOR / DOLPH CLAYDON, VICE-CHAIRMAN OF BRAINTREE / DISTRICT COUNCIL, ON THE OCCASION OF / THE OPENING OF THE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE / AND THE PROVISION OF SUBSCRIBER TRUNK / DIALLING IN WITHAM / 7TH MAY 1975’.35 mmcol
P83 13JG19 September 19911991Plaque on east wall of old part of telephone exchange in Collingwood Road, at the corner of the Newlands, dated 1939.35 mmcol
P83 14JG19 September 19911991Old part of telephone exchange in Collingwood Road, at the corner of the Newlands.35 mmcol
P83 15JG19 September 19911991Old part of telephone exchange in Collingwood Road, at the corner of the Newlands.35 mmcol
P83 16JG19 September 19911991New part of telephone exchange in the Newlands, and old part of telephone exchange in Collingwood Road, at the corner of the Newlands.35 mmcol
P83 17JG19 September 19911991Old part of telephone exchange in Collingwood Road, at the corner of the Newlands.35 mmcol
P83 18JG19 September 19911991Old part of telephone exchange in Collingwood Road, at the corner of the Newlands.35 mmcol
P83 19JG20 September 199119913 Collingwood Road (Chase Racing), 3a Collingwood Road (empty), 5 Collingwood Road (Tudor Employment Agency), 9 Collingwood Road (Lockram Villas, part), 15 Collingwood Road (Collingwood Noel Pelly House).35 mmcol
P83 20JG20 September 19911991Middle of Newland Street. 56 Newland Street (Olivers), 58a Newland Street (Bairstow Eves), 58b Newland Street (Pt and Garden Centre) (both part of 58 Newland Street), 60 Newland Street (name hidden), 62 Newland Street (Emmelle). Effects of recent fire in 58 Newland Street and 60 Newland Street. Lorry unloading paving for refurbishment of pavement etc.35 mmcol
P83 21JG20 September 19911991Middle of Newland Street. 56 Newland Street (Olivers), 58a Newland Street (Bairstow Eves), 58b Newland Street (Pt and Garden Centre) (both part of 58 Newland Street), 60 Newland Street (name hidden), 62 Newland Street (Emmelle). Effects of recent fire in 58 Newland Street and 60 Newland Street. Lorry unloading paving for refurbishment of pavement etc.35 mmcol
P83 22JG04 October 19911991Whitehall Court, behind 18 Newland Street, plaque about opening by Councillor Connie Edwards. Reads ‘WHITEHALL COURT / OFFICIALLY OPENED BY / THE MAYOR OF WITHAM / COUNCILLOR / CONNIE EDWARDS / 27TH NOVEMBER 1986’.35 mmcol
P83 23JG04 October 19911991Whitehall Court, behind 18 Newland Street, view including site of plaque about opening by Councillor Connie Edwards (on left behind car).Plaque reads ‘WHITEHALL COURT / OFFICIALLY OPENED BY / THE MAYOR OF WITHAM / COUNCILLOR / CONNIE EDWARDS / 27TH NOVEMBER 1986’.35 mmcol
P83 24JG20 September 19911991Middle of Newland Street. 56 Newland Street (Olivers), 58a Newland Street (Bairstow Eves), Spread Eagle (47 Newland Street, 49 Newland Street). Effects of recent fire in 58 Newland Street and 60 Newland Street. Refurbishment of pavement etc. in progress.35 mmcol
P83 25JG20 September 19911991Bottom of Newland Street. 70 Newland Street (Martin), 72 Newland Street (John Hilary), 74-76 Newland Street (74 Newland Street, 76 Newland Street), Rumbelow. Refurbishment of pavement in progress.35 mmcol
P84 5JG01 September 19911991All Saints church, Guithavon Street, dated brick at back (1860).110col
P84 6JG01 September 19911991All Saints church, Guithavon Street, dated brick at back (1860).110col
P84 12JG06 September 19911991Chipping Hill Infants School, Church Street, plaque with name ('BOARD SCHOOL').110col
P84 13JG06 September 1991199120 Highfields Road, plaque with initials and date (AWW 1946) (not legible).110col
P84 14JG04 October 19911991Avenue House (4 Newland Street), initials on head of rainwater pipe (W W M / 1757) (stands for William Wright and Mary Wright) (poor quality).110col
P84 15JG04 October 19911991Avenue House (4 Newland Street), initials on head of rainwater pipe (W W M / 1757) (stands for William Wright and Mary Wright) (poor quality).110col
P84 16JG04 October 19911991Plaque on east wall of old part of telephone exchange in Collingwood Road, at the corner of the Newlands, dated 1939.110col
P84 17JG04 October 19911991Bungalow behind 20 Highfields Road, from Millbridge Road.110col
P84 19JG05 October 19911991Avenue House (4 Newland Street), initials on head of rainwater pipe (W W M / 1757) (stands for William Wright and Mary Wright) (poor quality).110col
P84 20JG05 October 19911991Avenue House (4 Newland Street), initials on head of rainwater pipe (W W M / 1757) (stands for William Wright and Mary Wright) (poor quality).110col
P84 21JG05 October 19911991Avenue House (4 Newland Street), initials on head of rainwater pipe (W W M / 1757) (stands for William Wright and Mary Wright) (poor quality).110col
P84 22JG05 October 199119918 Collingwood Road, wall at rear of Area Health Office, showing plaque on south wall (A.C.M. / 1923) (standing for Arthur Charles Mens) (inscription not clear on photo) (poor quality).110col
P84 23JG05 October 199119918 Collingwood Road, wall at rear of Area Health Office, showing plaque on south wall (A.C.M. / 1923) (standing for Arthur Charles Mens) (inscription not clear on photo) (poor quality).110col
P84 24JG05 October 19911991White Horse (2 Church Street) (part), 4 Church Street, 6 Church Street.110col
P85 1JG13 October 19911991United Reformed Church, Newland Street, plaque in boundary wall on south side. Reads ‘THIS WALL WAS BUILT / BY MR. JAMES BEADEL / AND THE TRUSTEES OF / THE INDEPENDENT / CHAPEL[?] 1854’.110col
P85 3JG13 October 19911991United Reformed Church, Newland Street, boundary wall on south side, with plaque reading ‘THIS WALL WAS BUILT / BY MR. JAMES BEADEL / AND THE TRUSTEES OF / THE INDEPENDENT / CHAPEL[?] 1854’.110col
P86 16JG07 November 19911991St. Nicolas church, inscription over south door, 'SAMUEL / CARDEL / CHURCH / WARDEN / 1700'.110col
P86 17JG07 November 19911991St. Nicolas church, inscription over south door, 'SAMUEL / CARDEL / CHURCH / WARDEN / 1700'.110col
P86 18JG07 November 19911991St. Nicolas church, two helmets on south side of south-east chapel (see also photo M 318).110col
P86 19JG07 November 19911991St. Nicolas church, one helmets on north side of south-east chapel (see also photo M 318).110col
P86 20JG07 November 19911991St. Nicolas church, right hand helmet of the ones on the south side of the south-east chapel (see also photo M 318).110col
P86 21JG07 November 19911991St. Nicolas church, left hand helmet of the ones on the south side of the south-east chapel.110col
P87 10JG03 November 199119911 The Bungalows, Mill Lane, plaque at rear, about wall belonging to F.Mann (probably Frederick Mann). Reads ‘FOUR FEET FROM THIS WALL / ON THE RIGHT OF THIS STONE / TO END OF WALL BELONGS / TO F.MANN. / 1889’.35 mmcol
P87 11JG03 November 199119911 The Bungalows, Mill Lane, plaque at rear, about wall belonging to F.Mann (probably Frederick Mann). Reads ‘FOUR FEET FROM THIS WALL / ON THE RIGHT OF THIS STONE / TO END OF WALL BELONGS / TO F.MANN. / 1889’.35 mmcol
P87 12JG03 November 199119911 The Bungalows, Mill Lane, plaque at rear, about wall belonging to F.Mann (probably Frederick Mann). Reads ‘FOUR FEET FROM THIS WALL / ON THE RIGHT OF THIS STONE / TO END OF WALL BELONGS / TO F.MANN. / 1889’.35 mmcol
P87 13JG15 November 19911991Fire Station, Hatfield Road.35 mmcol
P87 14JG15 November 19911991Fire Station, Hatfield Road.35 mmcol
P87 15JG15 November 19911991Fire Station, Hatfield Road, plaque inside about opening by Alderman G.E.Rose, 1966. Reads ‘COUNTY COUNCIL OF ESSEX / FIRE STATION WITHAM / OPENED BY / ALDERMAN G.E.ROSE J.P. / CHAIRMAN OF FIRE BRIGADE COMMITTEE / 24TH SEPTEMBER 1966’.35 mmcol
P87 16JG15 November 19911991Fire Station, Hatfield Road, plaque inside about opening by Alderman G.E.Rose, 1966. Reads ‘COUNTY COUNCIL OF ESSEX / FIRE STATION WITHAM / OPENED BY / ALDERMAN G.E.ROSE J.P. / CHAIRMAN OF FIRE BRIGADE COMMITTEE / 24TH SEPTEMBER 1966’.35 mmcol
P87 17JG15 November 19911991Fire Station, Hatfield Road, plaque inside about opening by Alderman G.E.Rose, 1966. Reads ‘COUNTY COUNCIL OF ESSEX / FIRE STATION WITHAM / OPENED BY / ALDERMAN G.E.ROSE J.P. / CHAIRMAN OF FIRE BRIGADE COMMITTEE / 24TH SEPTEMBER 1966’. Including also some old brass fire-fighting equipment.35 mmcol
P87 18JG15 November 19911991Ambulance Station, Hatfield Road.35 mmcol
P87 19JG15 November 199119911 The Bungalows, Mill Lane, plaque at rear, about wall belonging to F.Mann (probably Frederick Mann). Reads ‘FOUR FEET FROM THIS WALL / ON THE RIGHT OF THIS STONE / TO END OF WALL BELONGS / TO F.MANN. / 1889’.35 mmcol
P87 20JG15 November 199119911 The Bungalows, Mill Lane, plaque at rear, about wall belonging to F.Mann (probably Frederick Mann). From distance. Reads ‘FOUR FEET FROM THIS WALL / ON THE RIGHT OF THIS STONE / TO END OF WALL BELONGS / TO F.MANN. / 1889’.35 mmcol
P87 21JG15 November 19911991The Bungalows, Mill Lane, from the front.35 mmcol
P87 22JG15 November 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), plaque inside, about award in 1969. Reads ‘THE INCORPORATED ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS AND SURVEYORS / INDUSTRIAL / ARCHITECTURE / AWARD / 1969’.35 mmcol
P87 23JG15 November 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), plaque inside, about award in 1969. Reads ‘THE INCORPORATED ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS AND SURVEYORS / INDUSTRIAL / ARCHITECTURE / AWARD / 1969’.35 mmcol
P87 24JG15 November 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), plaque inside, about award in 1969. Reads ‘THE INCORPORATED ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS AND SURVEYORS / INDUSTRIAL / ARCHITECTURE / AWARD / 1969’.35 mmcol
P87 25JG15 November 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), plaque inside, about award in 1969. Reads ‘THE INCORPORATED ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS AND SURVEYORS / INDUSTRIAL / ARCHITECTURE / AWARD / 1969’.35 mmcol
P88 6JG12 December 19911991Avenue House (4 Newland Street), initials on head of rainwater pipe (W W M / 1757) (stands for William Wright and Mary Wright).110col
P88 8JG17 January 1992199248 Church Street, inside, during reconstruction, showing laths in wall.110col
P88 9JG17 January 1992199248 Church Street, inside, during reconstruction, showing fireplace.110col
P89 -1JG12 December 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), foundation stone, laid by Frank Cousins, M.P., 1966. Reads ‘THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / THE RT. HON. FRANK COUSINS M.P. / MINISTER OF TECHNOLOGY / ON THE 29TH JUNE 1966’.35 mmcol
P89 0JG12 December 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), foundation stone, laid by Frank Cousins, M.P., 1966. Reads ‘THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / THE RT. HON. FRANK COUSINS M.P. / MINISTER OF TECHNOLOGY / ON THE 29TH JUNE 1966’.35 mmcol
P89 1JG12 December 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), foundation stone, laid by Frank Cousins, M.P., 1966. Reads ‘THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / THE RT. HON. FRANK COUSINS M.P. / MINISTER OF TECHNOLOGY / ON THE 29TH JUNE 1966’.35 mmcol
P89 2JG12 December 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), foundation stone, laid by Frank Cousins, M.P., 1966. Reads ‘THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / THE RT. HON. FRANK COUSINS M.P. / MINISTER OF TECHNOLOGY / ON THE 29TH JUNE 1966’.35 mmcol
P89 3JG12 December 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), foundation stone, laid by Frank Cousins, M.P., 1966. Reads ‘THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / THE RT. HON. FRANK COUSINS M.P. / MINISTER OF TECHNOLOGY / ON THE 29TH JUNE 1966’.35 mmcol
P89 4JG12 December 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), foundation stone, laid by Frank Cousins, M.P., 1966. Reads ‘THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / THE RT. HON. FRANK COUSINS M.P. / MINISTER OF TECHNOLOGY / ON THE 29TH JUNE 1966’.35 mmcol
P89 5JG12 December 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), foundation stone, laid by Frank Cousins, M.P., 1966. Reads ‘THIS STONE WAS LAID BY / THE RT. HON. FRANK COUSINS M.P. / MINISTER OF TECHNOLOGY / ON THE 29TH JUNE 1966’.35 mmcol
P89 6JG12 December 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), from Freebornes Road (i.e. from north-west).35 mmcol
P89 7JG12 December 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), from Freebornes Road (i.e. from north-west).35 mmcol
P89 8JG12 December 19911991EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), from Freebornes Road (i.e. from north-west).35 mmcol
P89 9JG10 January 19921992EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), from Colchester Road (i.e. from south-east).35 mmcol
P89 10JG10 January 19921992EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), from Colchester Road (i.e. from south-east).35 mmcol
P89 11JG10 January 19921992EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), from Colchester Road (i.e. from south-east).35 mmcol
P89 12JG10 January 19921992EEV factory (formerly Marconi), Freebornes Road (corner of Colchester Road), from Colchester Road (i.e. from south-east).35 mmcol
P89 13JG17 January 1992199248 Church Street during reconstruction. Front from north-west.35 mmcol
P89 14JG17 January 1992199248 Church Street during reconstruction. Front from north-west.35 mmcol
P89 15JG17 January 1992199248 Church Street during reconstruction. South wall from inside.35 mmcol
P89 16JG17 January 1992199248 Church Street during reconstruction. North-east corner from inside.35 mmcol
P89 17JG17 January 1992199248 Church Street during reconstruction. North-east corner from outside front, from south-west.35 mmcol
P89 18JG17 January 1992199248 Church Street during reconstruction. Fireplace from north-west.35 mmcol
P89 19JG17 January 1992199248 Church Street during reconstruction. Front and fireplace from south-west.35 mmcol
P89 20JG20 January 1992199248 Church Street during reconstruction. Back view, front garden, i.e. from east.35 mmcol
P89 21JG20 January 1992199248 Church Street during reconstruction. Back view, front garden, i.e. from east. Also includes 44 Church Street and 46 Church Street, and top of St. Nicolas church.35 mmcol
P89 22JG02 April 19921992United Reformed Church, Newland Street, plaque in boundary wall on south side, built by James Beadel and trustees of Independent Chapel[?].35 mmcol
P89 23JG02 April 19921992United Reformed Church, Newland Street, boundary wall on south side, built by James Beadel and trustees of Independent Chapel[?], showing plaque.35 mmcol
P89 24JG09 April 19911992Mill Lane, south end, with river Brain in foreground, looking south, from river walk. 149 Newland Street, 151 Newland Street, in distance.35 mmcol
P90 1APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott and Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).35 mmcol
P90 2APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott and Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).35 mmcol
P90 3APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott and Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).35 mmcol
P90 6APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, stone cross, north aisle.35 mmcol
P90 7APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Kenwelmarsh hatchment, 1616, on north wall. Also refers to Dennics (Denise) Kenwelmarsh, nee Dennics (Denise) Barnard.35 mmcol
P90 8APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Kenwelmarsh hatchment, 1616, on north wall. Also refers to Dennics (Denise) Kenwelmarsh, nee Dennics (Denise) Barnard.35 mmcol
P90 10APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Barwell monument on pillar, north-west corner of chancel (text not legible in photo). For text (in Latin) see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 19. Relates to Robert Barwell, gentleman, son of Robert and Martha Barwell, both over eighty years old, died 27 July 1697 at the age of 44. His wife was Sarah, daughter of Joseph Newman, gentleman, of Colchester, and his children Newman, Robert, Sarah and Martha.35 mmcol
P90 11APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, ‘Nevill’ monument in chancel, north wall (text not legible in photo). For text see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 18. Relates to Mary Nevill, (daughter and sole heir of Sir Thomas Nevill of Holt, Leicestershire, and Dame Clara Nevill his wife; more Nevill ancestry also given). Mary first married Thomas Smith esq. (died 1584), second son of Sir John Smith), becoming Mary Smith. Then she married Francis Harvey esquire (son of John Harvey if Ickworth, Suffolk), becoming Mary Harvey. Francis and Mary were at Cressing Temple for 27 years. She died 23 January 1592 and Francis made this tomb. He also appears on it.35 mmcol
P90 12APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, ‘Nevill’ monument in chancel, north wall (text not legible in photo). For text see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 18. Relates to Mary Nevill, (daughter and sole heir of Sir Thomas Nevill of Holt, Leicestershire, and Dame Clara Nevill his wife; more Nevill ancestry also given). Mary first married Thomas Smith esq. (died 1584), second son of Sir John Smith), becoming Mary Smith. Then she married Francis Harvey esquire (son of John Harvey if Ickworth, Suffolk), becoming Mary Harvey. Francis and Mary were at Cressing Temple for 27 years. She died 23 January 1592 and Francis made this tomb. He also appears on it.35 mmcol
P90 13APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, East monument in chancel, north wall (text very small in photo). For text (in Latin) see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 20. Relates to William East of the Middle Temple, esquire. His wife and children described. He died 1726 aged 73 [I believe that he and/or his descendants leased the tithes of Witham; they did not live here].35 mmcol
P90 14APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Pattisson monuments in south-west corner of chancel (text very small in photo). For text see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 24. The lower one relates to Jacob Pattisson (1733-1805), his wife Sarah Pattisson (1735-1775), their eldest son Jacob Pattisson the younger (died 1782 aged 23 at University of Edinburgh), and their second son William Henry Ebenezer Pattisson (‘commonly called William Henry Pattisson’) (1775-1848). Tablet erected by the latter’s son Jacob Howell Pattisson. The upper monument relates to Hannah Pattisson, wife of William Henry Pattisson (died 1828 aged 48), William Henry Pattisson their eldest son (aged 31) and his wife Sarah Frances Pattisson (aged 26), the latter two married 1832 and drowned in the Pyrenees on their honeymoon.35 mmcol
P90 15APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Pattisson monuments in south-west corner of chancel (text very small in photo). For text see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 24. The lower one relates to Jacob Pattisson (1733-1805), his wife Sarah Pattisson (1735-1775), their eldest son Jacob Pattisson the younger (died 1782 aged 23 at University of Edinburgh), and their second son William Henry Ebenezer Pattisson (‘commonly called William Henry Pattisson’) (1775-1848). Tablet erected by the latter’s son Jacob Howell Pattisson. The upper monument relates to Hannah Pattisson, wife of William Henry Pattisson (died 1828 aged 48), William Henry Pattisson their eldest son (aged 31) and his wife Sarah Frances Pattisson (aged 26), the latter two married 1832 and drowned in the Pyrenees on their honeymoon.35 mmcol
P90 17APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, door with '1632 GEORGE ARMOND' carved in it. Now located at first floor level in tower, (previously door of Lady Chapel), close-up of inscription.35 mmcol
P90 18APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, west window, put up by George Gilbert Scott, architect, in memory of Henry Green Mortimer, Witham builder, died 1849.35 mmcol
P90 19APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, door with '1632 GEORGE ARMOND' carved in it. Now located at first floor level in tower, (previously door of Lady Chapel), close-up of inscription.35 mmcol
P90 20APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, door with '1632 GEORGE ARMOND' carved in it. Now located at first floor level in tower, (previously door of Lady Chapel).35 mmcol
P90 21APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott and Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott) (with flash).35 mmcol
P90 24APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Kenwelmarsh hatchment, 1616, on north wall. Also refers to Dennics (Denise) Kenwelmarsh, nee Dennics (Denise) Barnard (with flash).35 mmcol
P91 3APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies, showing close-up of face of Judge John Southcott only.35 mmbw
P91 4APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott and Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).35 mmbw
P91 5APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, door with '1632 GEORGE ARMOND' carved in it. Now located at first floor level in tower, (previously door of Lady Chapel), close-up of inscription.35 mmbw
P91 6APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, door with '1632 GEORGE ARMOND' carved in it. Now located at first floor level in tower, (previously door of Lady Chapel).35 mmbw
P91 7APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, door with '1632 GEORGE ARMOND' carved in it. Now located at first floor level in tower, (previously door of Lady Chapel).35 mmbw
P91 8APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, stone cross, north aisle.35 mmbw
P91 9APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Kenwelmarsh hatchment, 1616, on north wall. Also refers to Dennics (Denise) Kenwelmarsh, nee Dennics (Denise) Barnard.35 mmbw
P91 10APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Church chest.35 mmbw
P91 11APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Barwell monument on pillar, north-west corner of chancel (text not legible in photo). For text (in Latin) see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 19. Relates to Robert Barwell, gentleman, son of Robert and Martha Barwell, both over eighty years old, died 27 July 1697 at the age of 44. His wife was Sarah, daughter of Joseph Newman, gentleman, of Colchester, and his children Newman, Robert, Sarah and Martha.35 mmbw
P91 12APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, ‘Nevill’ monument in chancel, north wall (text not legible in photo). For text see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 18. Relates to Mary Nevill, (daughter and sole heir of Sir Thomas Nevill of Holt, Leicestershire, and Dame Clara Nevill his wife; more Nevill ancestry also given). Mary first married Thomas Smith esq. (died 1584), second son of Sir John Smith), becoming Mary Smith. Then she married Francis Harvey esquire (son of John Harvey if Ickworth, Suffolk), becoming Mary Harvey. Francis and Mary were at Cressing Temple for 27 years. She died 23 January 1592 and Francis made this tomb. He also appears on it.35 mmbw
P91 13APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, ‘Nevill’ monument in chancel, north wall (text not legible in photo). For text see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 18. Relates to Mary Nevill, (daughter and sole heir of Sir Thomas Nevill of Holt, Leicestershire, and Dame Clara Nevill his wife; more Nevill ancestry also given). Mary first married Thomas Smith esq. (died 1584), second son of Sir John Smith), becoming Mary Smith. Then she married Francis Harvey esquire (son of John Harvey if Ickworth, Suffolk), becoming Mary Harvey. Francis and Mary were at Cressing Temple for 27 years. She died 23 January 1592 and Francis made this tomb. He also appears on it.35 mmbw
P91 14APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, East monument in chancel, north wall (text very small in photo). For text (in Latin) see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 20. Relates to William East of the Middle Temple, esquire. His wife and children described. He died 1726 aged 73 [I believe that he and/or his descendants leased the tithes of Witham; they did not live here].35 mmbw
P91 15APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Pattisson monuments in south-west corner of chancel (text very small in photo). For text see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 24. The lower one relates to Jacob Pattisson (1733-1805), his wife Sarah Pattisson (1735-1775), their eldest son Jacob Pattisson the younger (died 1782 aged 23 at University of Edinburgh), and their second son William Henry Ebenezer Pattisson (‘commonly called William Henry Pattisson’) (1775-1848). Tablet erected by the latter’s son Jacob Howell Pattisson. The upper monument relates to Hannah Pattisson, wife of William Henry Pattisson (died 1828 aged 48), William Henry Pattisson their eldest son (aged 31) and his wife Sarah Frances Pattisson (aged 26), the latter two married 1832 and drowned in the Pyrenees on their honeymoon.35 mmbw
P91 16APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Pattisson monuments in south-west corner of chancel (text very small in photo). For text see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 24. The lower one relates to Jacob Pattisson (1733-1805), his wife Sarah Pattisson (1735-1775), their eldest son Jacob Pattisson the younger (died 1782 aged 23 at University of Edinburgh), and their second son William Henry Ebenezer Pattisson (‘commonly called William Henry Pattisson’) (1775-1848). Tablet erected by the latter’s son Jacob Howell Pattisson. The upper monument relates to Hannah Pattisson, wife of William Henry Pattisson (died 1828 aged 48), William Henry Pattisson their eldest son (aged 31) and his wife Sarah Frances Pattisson (aged 26), the latter two married 1832 and drowned in the Pyrenees on their honeymoon.35 mmbw
P91 17APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, monument on south wall to George Lisle (minister) and Ann Lisle (text unclear in photo).35 mmbw
P91 19APG02 April 19921992St. Nicolas church, inscription over south door, 'SAMUEL / CARDEL / CHURCH / WARDEN / 1700'.35 mmbw
P91 20APG02 April 19921992St. Nicolas church, inscription over south door, 'SAMUEL / CARDEL / CHURCH / WARDEN / 1700'.35 mmbw
P92 -1AJG17 May 1992199250 Church Street, 52 Church Street (Green's almshouses).35 mmbw
P92 0AJG17 May 1992199250 Church Street, 52 Church Street (Green's almshouses).35 mmbw
P92 1AJG17 May 1992199250 Church Street, 52 Church Street (Green's almshouses).35 mmbw
P92 2AJG17 May 19921992Mill Lane, south end, with river Brain in foreground, looking south, from river walk. 149 Newland Street, 151 Newland Street, in distance.35 mmbw
P92 3AJG17 May 19921992Mill Lane, south end, with river Brain in foreground, looking south, from river walk. 149 Newland Street, 151 Newland Street, in distance.35 mmbw
P92 4AJG17 May 19921992Mill Lane, south end, with river Brain in foreground, looking south, from river walk. 149 Newland Street, 151 Newland Street, in distance.35 mmbw
P92 5AJG18 October 1992199266 Newland Street (part), 68 Newland Street (empty), 4 Guithavon Street (part).35 mmbw
P92 6AJG18 October 1992199266 Newland Street (part), 68 Newland Street (empty), 4 Guithavon Street (part).35 mmbw
P92 7AJG18 October 1992199212 Grove Shopping Centre (Superdrug), formerly maltings in Collins Lane.35 mmbw
P92 8AJG18 October 1992199212 Grove Shopping Centre (Superdrug), formerly maltings in Collins Lane.35 mmbw
P92 9AJG18 October 1992199212 Grove Shopping Centre (Superdrug), formerly maltings in Collins Lane.35 mmbw
P92 10AJG18 October 19921992Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, from west, and 8 Guithavon Valley (end).35 mmbw
P92 11AJG18 October 19921992Guithavon Valley, opposite 3/5, near River Brain, site of 'The Watering' in the 16th century, from west, and 8 Guithavon Valley (end).35 mmbw
P92 12AJG18 October 19921992Moat farm bridge, with two boys, Gary York (94 Conrad Road) and Jamie Chalk (29 Court 19).35 mmbw
P92 13AJG18 October 19921992Moat farm bridge, with two boys, Gary York (94 Conrad Road) and Jamie Chalk (29 Court 19).35 mmbw
P92 14AJG09 January 1993199322-24 Newlands precinct, Budgen's supermarket about to close.35 mmbw
P92 15AJG09 January 1993199322-24 Newlands precinct, Budgen's supermarket about to close.35 mmbw
P92 16AJG09 January 1993199322-24 Newlands precinct, Budgen's supermarket about to close.35 mmbw
P93 1JG31 January 19721972Powershall End, old wall of Witham Place, general view from east, with Phil Gyford (aged 1) in pram. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidebw
P93 2JG27 November 19831983Powershall farm, barn and pond, with Sue Gyford, then aged nine. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from slide later.from slidebw
P89 25JG09 April 19921992Mill Lane, south end, with river Brain in foreground, looking south, from river walk. 149 Newland Street, 151 Newland Street, in distance.35 mmcol
P90 4APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies, showing close-up of face of Judge John Southcott only.35 mmcol
P90 5APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies, showing close-up of face of Elizabeth Southwell only (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).35 mmcol
P90 9APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument on north wall behind organ. For text (in Latin) see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, pages 18-19. Relates to John Southcott, judge for 23 years, who died 18 April 1585 aged approximately 74, and his wife Elizabeth Southcott, nee Elizabeth Robins of the City of London. Three surviving children were John Southcott their son, Martha Stonour, wife of Francis Stonour, esquire, and Ann Curson, wife Francis Curson esquire. See also P225/6A.35 mmcol
P90 16APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Lisle monument on south wall (text unclear in photo). For text see R.C.Fowler’s The Church of St. Nicholas, Witham, 1911, page 21. It relates to George Lisle (late Rector of Rivenhall) [also, not mentioned, nonconformist minister in Witham), died in 1687 in his 75th year, and his wife Ann Lisle, died in 1696/7 [1697] in her 70th year.35 mmcol
P90 22APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies, showing close-up of face of Judge John Southcott only (with flash).35 mmcol
P90 23APG02 April 19921992St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies, showing close-up of face of Elizabeth Southwell only (formerly Elizabeth Southcott) (with flash).35 mmcol
P94 24PG28 December 19911991Invoice from Witham Co-operative Society sent to Mrs Queenie Kellock (later of 20 Homefield Road, interviewed 1991; see oral history files) and her husband Len Kellock, for first furnishing their house, 16 June 1939.35 mmcol
P94 25PG28 December 19911991Invoice from Witham Co-operative Society sent to Mrs Queenie Kellock (later of 20 Homefield Road, interviewed 1991; see oral history files) and her husband Len Kellock, for first furnishing their house, 16 June 1939.35 mmcol
P94 26PG28 December 19911991Invoice from Witham Co-operative Society sent to Mrs Queenie Kellock (later of 20 Homefield Road, interviewed 1991; see oral history files) and her husband Len Kellock, for first furnishing their house, 16 June 1939.35 mmcol
P94 27PG28 December 19911991Invoice from Henry Joscelyne (Braintree) sent to Mr Barber (probably Len Barber) of Maldon Road (son and daughter interviewed 1991; see oral history files) for first furnishing his house, 17 April 1920.35 mmcol
P94 28PG28 December 19911991Invoice from Henry Joscelyne (Braintree) sent to Mr Barber (probably Len Barber) of Maldon Road (son and daughter interviewed 1991; see oral history files) for first furnishing his house, 17 April 1920.35 mmcol
P94 29PG28 December 19911991Invoice from Henry Joscelyne (Braintree) sent to Mr Barber (probably Len Barber) of Maldon Road (son and daughter interviewed 1991; see oral history files) for first furnishing his house, 17 April 1920.35 mmcol
P94 30PG28 December 19911991Invoice from Henry Joscelyne (Braintree) sent to Mr Barber (probably Len Barber) of Maldon Road (son and daughter interviewed 1991; see oral history files) for first furnishing his house, 17 April 1920.35 mmcol
P94 31028 December 19911991Invoice from Henry Joscelyne (Braintree) sent to Mr Barber (probably Len Barber) of Maldon Road (son and daughter interviewed 1991; see oral history files) for first furnishing his house, 17 April 1920.35 mmcol
P95 1JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from the back, i.e. from the east.35 mmcol
P95 2JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from the back, i.e. from the east.35 mmcol
P95 3JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from the back, i.e. from the east.35 mmcol
P95 4JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from the back, i.e. from the east.35 mmcol
P95 5JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from the back, i.e. from the east.35 mmcol
P95 6JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from the back, i.e. from the east.35 mmcol
P95 7JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from the back, i.e. from the east.35 mmcol
P95 8JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from Cut Throat Lane, the south-east, through gates. Surgery (shop 9) on left.35 mmcol
P95 9JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from south. Showroom on right (part of shop 26).35 mmcol
P95 10JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from south. Shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), on left.35 mmcol
P95 11JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from south. from under roof of shop 26.35 mmcol
P95 12JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from south. from under roof of shop 26. Shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), on left.35 mmcol
P95 13JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from south. Shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), on left.35 mmcol
P95 14JG16 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from south. Shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), on left.35 mmcol
P95 15JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from front, i.e. from west. From wall along Braintree Road, looking south-east to loading bay (shop 2).35 mmcol
P95 16JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from front, i.e. from west. Close-up of wall and window.35 mmcol
P95 17JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from front, i.e. from west. View from south-west corner looking east to south end of main shop (shop 1). Shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), on right.35 mmcol
P95 18JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from ?? (probably from somewhere near front).35 mmcol
P95 19JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from south, close-up of part of main shop (shop 1) (see P95/17 for general view).35 mmcol
P95 20JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. Inside loading bay (shop 2).35 mmcol
P95 21JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. Orange 'C' from name formerly on front. Removed by JG and now in Braintree District Museum.35 mmcol
P95 22JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished, from front, i.e. from west. View from south-west corner looking east to south end of main shop (shop 1). Shop 5 (old aircraft hangar), on right.35 mmcol
P95 23JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. View through broken window to stairs.35 mmcol
P95 24JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. General view from ?? (probably south).35 mmcol
P95 25JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. General view from ?? (probably south), with surgery (shop 9) on left.35 mmcol
P95 26JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. General view from ?? (probably east).35 mmcol
P95 27JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. General view from ?? (probably east).35 mmcol
P95 28JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. View from east across railway, with train.35 mmcol
P95 29JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. View from east end of Chalks Road.35 mmcol
P95 30JG17 September 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. View from east end of Chalks Road.35 mmcol
P95 31JG05 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. Galvaniser (shop 20).35 mmcol
P95 32JG05 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. Galvaniser (shop 20).35 mmcol
P96 3JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), Braintree Road entrance, looking north-east.110col
P96 4JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), Braintree Road entrance, looking north-east.110col
P96 5JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), Braintree Road entrance, looking north-east.110col
P96 6JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), Braintree Road entrance, looking north.110col
P96 7JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), Braintree Road entrance, looking north.110col
P96 8JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), from car park across road, looking east.110col
P96 9JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), from car park across road, looking east.110col
P96 10JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (north-west), looking south-east.110col
P96 11JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (north-west), looking east.110col
P96 12JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), looking east.110col
P96 13JG14 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), looking south-east.110col
P96 14JG19 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), Braintree Road entrance, looking north.110col
P96 15JG19 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), Braintree Road entrance, looking north.110col
P96 16JG19 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), Braintree Road entrance, looking north.110col
P96 20JG22 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), Braintree Road entrance, looking north.110col
P96 21JG22 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. From front (west), Braintree Road entrance, looking north.110col
P96 22JG22 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. Front (west), looking west across Braintree Road.110col
P96 23JG22 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. Front (west), looking west across Braintree Road.110col
P96 24JG22 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. Front (west), with remains of flagpole.110col
P97 1JG22 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. Front (west), from Braintree Road, looking east.110col
P97 2JG22 October 19921992Crittall's factory, Braintree Road, being demolished. Front (west), from Braintree Road, looking north-east.110col
P98 19JG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down.35 mmcol
P98 20JG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down. Also showing 21 Newlands Precinct (Witham Cycles) and 19-20 Newlands Precinct (Bakers Oven).35 mmcol
P98 21JG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down. Also showing 21 Newlands Precinct (Witham Cycles) and 19-20 Newlands Precinct (Bakers Oven).35 mmcol
P98 22JG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down. Also showing 19-20 Newlands Precinct (Bakers Oven).35 mmcol
P98 23JG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down.35 mmcol
P98 24JG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down. Also showing 21 Newlands Precinct (Witham Cycles) and 19-20 Newlands Precinct (Bakers Oven).35 mmcol
P99 1SG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down. Also showing 21 Newlands Precinct (Witham Cycles) and 19-20 Newlands Precinct (Bakers Oven).35 mmcol
P99 2SG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down.35 mmcol
P99 3SG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down, interior, with staff.35 mmcol
P99 4SG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down, notice on window.35 mmcol
P99 5SG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down.35 mmcol
P99 6SG08 January 19931993Budgen's supermarket, 22-24 Newlands Precinct, about to close down.35 mmcol
P100 0JG01 May 19931993Dedication of Witham Town Council's James Cooke wood, Maldon Road. Left to right, Tom Hewitt, ???, ???, James O'Hare (Mayor of Witham). See links for programme and newspaper reports.35 mmcol
P100 1JG01 May 19931993Dedication of Witham Town Council's James Cooke wood, Maldon Road. Left to right, Connie Edwards, Reg Edwards, Phil Barlow, Mrs Ann Sherlock, John Gyford, Reverend Desmond Sherlock (rector of Witham), Joy Reekie, ???, Audrey Harrington (town clerk), Tom Hewitt. See links for programme and newspaper reports.35 mmcol
P100 2JG01 May 19931993Dedication of James Cooke wood, Maldon Road. Left to right, Connie Edwards, Reg Edwards, Phil Barlow, Mrs Ann Sherlock, John Gyford, Reverend Desmond Sherlock (rector of Witham), Joy Reekie, ???, Audrey Harrington (town clerk), Tom Hewitt. See links for programme and newspaper reports.35 mmcol
P100 3JG01 May 19931993Dedication of Witham Town Council's James Cooke wood, Maldon Road. Left to right, Connie Edwards, Reg Edwards, Tom Hewitt, Reverend Desmond Sherlock (rector of Witham), Mrs Ann Sherlock, Joy Reekie, James O'Hare (Mayor of Witham), ??? Audrey Harrington (town clerk). See links for programme and newspaper reports.35 mmcol
P100 4JG01 May 19931993Dedication of Witham Town Council's James Cooke wood, Maldon Road. Left to right, Connie Edwards, Reverend Desmond Sherlock (rector of Witham), Tom Hewitt, Reg Edwards, Joy Reekie, Mrs Ann Sherlock, James O'Hare (Mayor of Witham). See links for programme and newspaper reports.35 mmcol
P100 5JG01 May 19931993Dedication of Witham Town Council's James Cooke wood, Maldon Road. Left to right, press photographer, James O'Hare (Mayor of Witham), Reverend Desmond Sherlock (rector of Witham). See links for programme and newspaper reports.35 mmcol
P100 6JG01 May 19931993Dedication of Witham Town Council's James Cooke wood, Maldon Road. Left to right, James O'Hare (Mayor of Witham), Reverend Desmond Sherlock (rector of Witham). See links for programme and newspaper reports.35 mmcol
P100 7JG01 May 19931993Dedication of Witham Town Council's James Cooke wood, Maldon Road. Left to right, Reverend Desmond Sherlock (rector of Witham), James O'Hare (Mayor of Witham). See links for programme and newspaper reports.35 mmcol
P100 8JG01 May 19931993Dedication of Witham Town Council's James Cooke wood, Maldon Road. Left to right, Phil Barlow, Tom Hewitt, John Gyford, Connie Edwards, Reg Edwards, Joy Reekie, James O'Hare (Mayor of Witham). See links for programme and newspaper reports.35 mmcol
P101 1PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon net, lace cuff, round thumb.35 mmcol
P101 2PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Dimplex, hand-sewn, 'Boulton' thumb.35 mmcol
P101 3PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Rayon Simplex, hand-sewn, 'Boulton' thumb.35 mmcol
P101 4PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Cotton Simplex, 'Brosser', machine-sewn, 'Boulton' thumb.35 mmcol
P101 5PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon, frilled cuff, round thumb.35 mmcol
P101 6PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Satin Simplex, semi-Mousquetaire, round thumb.35 mmcol
P101 7PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon, round thumb.35 mmcol
P101 8PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon Simplex, ruched cuff, round thumb.35 mmcol
P101 9PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory (and or National Glove company). From display by Pat Vojak. Form, for making round thumb.35 mmcol
P101 10PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory (and or National Glove company). From display by Pat Vojak. Form, for making Boulton thumb.35 mmcol
P101 11PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory (and or National Glove company). From display by Pat Vojak. Form, for making round thumb.35 mmcol
P101 12PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory (and or National Glove company). From display by Pat Vojak. Form, for making Boulton thumb.35 mmcol
P101 13PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon net, lace cuff, round thumb, worn by Sue Gyford.35 mmcol
P101 14PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon net, lace cuff, round thumb, worn by Sue Gyford.35 mmcol
P101 15PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon Simplex, ruched cuff, round thumb, worn by Sue Gyford.35 mmcol
P101 16PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Rayon Simplex, hand-sewn, 'Boulton' thumb, worn by Sue Gyford.35 mmcol
P101 17PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon, frilled cuff, round thumb, worn by Sue Gyford.35 mmcol
P101 18PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon, round thumb, worn by Sue Gyford.35 mmcol
P101 19PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Satin Simplex, semi-Mousquetaire, round thumb, worn by Sue Gyford.35 mmcol
P101 20PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Cotton Simplex, 'Brosser', machine-sewn, 'Boulton' thumb, worn by Sue Gyford.35 mmcol
P101 21PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Dimplex, hand-sewn, 'Boulton' thumb, worn by Sue Gyford.35 mmcol
P101 22PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon net, lace cuff, round thumb.35 mmcol
P101 23PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon net, lace cuff, round thumb.35 mmcol
P101 24PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Dimplex, hand-sewn, 'Boulton' thumb.35 mmcol
P101 25PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Rayon Simplex, hand-sewn, 'Boulton' thumb.35 mmcol
P102 1PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Rayon Simplex, hand-sewn, 'Boulton' thumb.35 mmcol
P102 2PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Cotton Simplex, 'Brosser', machine-sewn, 'Boulton' thumb.35 mmcol
P102 3PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon, frilled cuff, round thumb.35 mmcol
P102 4PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Satin Simplex, semi-Mousquetaire, round thumb.35 mmcol
P102 5PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon, round thumb.35 mmcol
P102 6PG1993Gloves made by Pinkham's glove factory. From display by Pat Vojak. Nylon Simplex, ruched cuff, round thumb.35 mmcol
P103 18JG06 October 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From east end of Chalks Road, looking east.110col
P103 19JG06 October 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From south-west corner, looking north-east.110col
P103 20JG06 October 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From south-west corner, looking north-east.110col
P103 21JG06 October 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From across road in south-west corner, looking north-east.110col
P103 22JG06 October 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From across road in south-west corner, looking north-east.110col
P103 23JG06 October 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From south-west corner, looking north-east.110col
P103 24JG06 October 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From south-west corner, looking east.110col
P104 1JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Mayor, Joy Reekie, on right. Rector, Desmond Sherlock, to left of her.110col
P104 2JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Dr.Bill Foster and Councillor Joan Lyon.110col
P104 3JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Mayor, Joy Reekie, presenting Witham in Bloom prizes.110col
P104 4JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Mayor, Joy Reekie, presenting Witham in Bloom prize to P.C. David Jepson.110col
P104 5JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Mayor, Joy Reekie, cutting ribbon.110col
P104 6JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Terri Stevens (left), Jackie Martin (right).110col
P104 7JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Left to right, Reg Edwards, Connie Edwards, Lesley Boylan.110col
P104 8JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Left to right, Terri Stevens, Brian Stevens, Tony Bennett, Mike Hall (Chairman, Braintree District Council).110col
P104 9JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Left to right, Joan Lyon, Eve Sweeting (Braintree and Witham Times).110col
P104 10JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Left to right, Helen Pitchforth, [???] Vera Foster, Eve Sweeting (Braintree and Witham Times).110col
P104 11JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Fireplace.110col
P104 12JG01 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Archway.110col
P104 13JG03 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Clock mechanism.110col
P104 14JG03 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. Clock mechanism.110col
P104 15JG03 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. View across Newland Street.110col
P104 16JG03 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. View across Newland Street.110col
P104 17JG03 November 19941994Town Hall, 61 Newland Street, opening ceremony by Witham Town Council. View across Newland Street.110col
P104 18JG06 November 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From east end of Chalks Road, looking east.110col
P104 19JG06 November 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From east end of Chalks Road, looking south-east.110col
P104 20JG06 November 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From Braintree Road looking east.110col
P104 21JG06 November 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From south-west corner looking north-east.110col
P104 22JG06 November 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From south-west corner looking north.110col
P104 23JG06 November 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From east side looking west.110col
P104 24JG06 November 19941994Safeway's, Braintree Road, under construction on former site of Crittall's. From east side looking west.110col
P105 1JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, Mike Hall (Chairman, Braintree District Council), Joy Reekie, Ray Gateson (back to camera, manager).110col
P105 2JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, [???], Terri Stevens, Margaret Coltart, Brian Stevens.110col
P105 3JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Rector, Desmond Sherlock.110col
P105 4JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, Terri Stevens, Lorna Rea, Margaret Coltart.110col
P105 5JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, Mike Hall (Chairman, Braintree District Council, [???], Joy Reekie, Ray Gateson (manager).110col
P105 6JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, Keiron Boylan, Terri Stevens, Lesley Boylan.110col
P105 7JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, Ray Gateson (manager), Mike Hall (Chairman, Braintree District Council), Joy Reekie, [???].110col
P105 8JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, [???], Kate Smith, Elwyn Bishop, Agnes Bishop, Rector Desmond Sherlock.110col
P105 9JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Terri Stevens.110col
P105 10JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, [???], Albert Poulter.110col
P105 11JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Dry cleaning room.110col
P105 12JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Dry cleaning room with Margaret Coltart and Brian Stevens.110col
P105 13JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, Terri Stevens, Lorna Rea, Margaret Coltart.110col
P105 14JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, Sue Barlow, Ray Gateson (manager), Terri Stevens.110col
P105 15JG20 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, preview, the day before opening. Left to right, Lorna Rea, Margaret Coltart, Brian Stevens.110col
P105 16JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. New sign being moved.110col
P105 17JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. New sign being moved.110col
P105 18JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. New sign being moved.110col
P105 19JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Queue before doors opened.110col
P105 20JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Band from Rickstones School. Hans Montanana on left.110col
P105 21JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Queue before doors opened.110col
P105 22JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Queue before doors opened.110col
P105 23JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P105 24JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Queue before opening, and band from Rickstones School. Hans Montanana on right of band.110col
P106 1JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Queue before opening.110col
P106 2JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Queue before opening.110col
P106 3JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Just before opening. Eve Sweeting (Braintree and Witham Times) on left.110col
P106 4JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Mike Hall (Chairman, Braintree District Council), and girl cutting ribbon.110col
P106 5JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Security camera.110col
P106 6JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Mike Hall (Chairman, Braintree District Council).110col
P106 7JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Band from Rickstones School. Hans Montanana on left.110col
P106 8JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Band from Rickstones School. Hans Montanana on left.110col
P106 9JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Band from Rickstones School. Hans Montanana in middle.110col
P106 10JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Joy Reekie (left of centre), Mike Hall (Chairman, Braintree District Council) right of centre.110col
P106 11JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P106 12JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P106 13JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Blowing up balloons.110col
P106 14JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Blowing up balloons.110col
P106 15JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Blowing up balloons.110col
P106 16JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P106 17JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P106 18JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P106 19JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P106 20JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P106 21JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day. Ray Gateson (manager) on left, with staff.110col
P106 22JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P106 23JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P106 24JG21 February 19951995Safeway's, Braintree Road, opening day.110col
P107 7JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Left to right, John Gyford, Sheila Bates (proprietor), Joy Reekie.110col
P107 8JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Left to right, Sheila Bates (proprietor), Albert Poulter.110col
P107 9JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Left to right, Malcolm Mead, Joy Reekie, Albert Poulter, Sheila Bates (proprietor).110col
P107 10JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Left to right, John Gyford, Eve Sweeting (Braintree and Witham Times), Martin Sweeting.110col
P107 11JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Left to right, John Gyford, Eve Sweeting (Braintree and Witham Times), Martin Sweeting, Sheila Bates (proprietor).110col
P107 12JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Brick structure.110col
P107 13JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Joy Reekie performs opening, with Sheila Bates to the right of her.110col
P107 14JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Joy Reekie performs opening.110col
P107 15JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Joy Reekie performs opening.110col
P107 16JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Group.110col
P107 17JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Group with Sheila Bates (proprietor) in centre.110col
P107 18JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Left to right, Albert Poulter, Malcolm Mead.110col
P107 19JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. General view.110col
P107 20JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. General view.110col
P107 21JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Left to right, John Gyford, Albert Poulter, Malcolm Mead.110col
P107 22JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Greenhouse, with Sheila Bates (proprietor).110col
P107 23JG21 May 19951995Old Mill House, Guithavon Valley, opening day as garden nursery. Greenhouse, with Sheila Bates (proprietor).110col
P107 24JG22 May 19951995Causeway House, Braintree. First meeting of Braintree District Council with Joan Lyon as chairman. On left standing, Annie Ralph. To right, sitting, Elwyn Bishop (Vice-chairman).110col
P108 7JG25 May 19951995Town Hall, 61 Newland Street. Opening of Heritage Centre by Witham Town Council. Left to right, Joan Lyon, Holly Barlow, Sue Barlow, Phil Barlow (mayor).110col
P108 8JG25 May 19951995Town Hall, 61 Newland Street. Opening of Heritage Centre by Witham Town Council. Left to right, Joan Lyon, Holly Barlow, Sue Barlow, Phil Barlow (mayor).110col
P108 9JG25 May 19951995Town Hall, 61 Newland Street. Opening of Heritage Centre by Witham Town Council. Phil Barlow (mayor).110col
P108 10JG25 May 19951995Town Hall, 61 Newland Street. Opening of Heritage Centre by Witham Town Council. Jean Grice and Lesley Killin of Braintree District Museum.110col
P109 17JG25 December 19951995Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P109 19JG25 December 19951995Rivenhall Place.110col
P109 20JG25 December 19951995Rivenhall Place.110col
P109 21JG25 December 19951995Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P109 22JG25 December 19951995Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P109 23JG25 December 19951995Green lane opposite Rickstones farmhouse, by Rickstones school playing field.110col
P110 1JG25 January 19961996123 Newland Street. Inside old cider vault in basement. Pat Ryan examining bricks.110col
P110 2JG25 January 19961996123 Newland Street. Inside old cider vault in basement. Pat Ryan examining bricks.110col
P110 3JG25 January 19961996123 Newland Street. Inside old cider vault in basement.110col
P110 4JG25 January 19961996123 Newland Street. Inside old cider vault in basement. Barbara Woollings, Geoff[?] proprietor of Paragraph Graphics), Shirley Bayliss.110col
P111 21JG12 May 19961996Near Hanningfield Reservoir. Coppicing.110col
P111 22JG12 May 19961996Near Hanningfield Reservoir. Coppicing.110col
P112 1JG19 May 19961996Walk along parish boundary. North of Ebenezer Close, route of old road.110col
P112 2JG19 May 19961996Walk along parish boundary. North of Ebenezer Close, route of old road.110col
P112 3JG19 May 19961996Walk along parish boundary. North of Ebenezer Close, route of old road.110col
P112 4JG19 May 19961996Walk along parish boundary. North of Ebenezer Close, route of old road.110col
P112 5JG19 May 19961996Walk along parish boundary. North of Ebenezer Close, route of old road.110col
P112 6JG19 May 19961996Walk along parish boundary. Faulkbourne Hall.110col
P112 7JG19 May 19961996Walk along parish boundary. Faulkbourne Hall.110col
P112 8JG19 May 19961996Walk along parish boundary. North of Ebenezer Close, route of old road.110col
P112 9JG19 May 19961996Walk along parish boundary. Faulkbourne Hall.110col
P112 10JG19 May 19961996Walk along parish boundary. North of Ebenezer Close, route of old road.110col
P113 20JG23 January 19971997St. Nicolas Church. South chapel (formerly St. Mary's chantry), now the Lady chapel.110col
P113 21JG23 January 19971997St. Nicolas Church. North chapel, (formerly St. John's chantry), and vestry.110col
P113 22JG23 January 1997199724 Chipping Hill from St. Nicolas churchyard.110col
P113 23JG23 January 19971997St. Nicolas church. Church chest.110col
P113 24JG23 January 19971997St. Nicolas church. Church chest.110col
P114 0AJG05 February 19971997Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining 11 Church Street.35 mmcol
P114 1AJG05 February 19971997Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining 11 Church Street.35 mmcol
P114 2AJG05 February 19971997Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining 11 Church Street.35 mmcol
P114 3AJG05 February 19971997Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining 11 Church Street. St. Nicolas church behind.35 mmcol
P114 4AJG05 February 19971997Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining 11 Church Street. Tombstones.35 mmcol
P114 5AJG05 February 19971997Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining 11 Church Street. Tombstone of William Knight.35 mmcol
P114 6AJG05 February 19971997Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining 11 Church Street. View towards Church Street.35 mmcol
P114 7AJG05 February 19971997Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining 11 Church Street. St. Nicolas church behind.35 mmcol
P114 8AJG05 February 19971997Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining 11 Church Street. Tombstone.35 mmcol
P114 9AJG05 February 1997199711 Church Street from Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining it.35 mmcol
P114 10AJG05 February 1997199711 Church Street from Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining it.35 mmcol
P114 11AJG05 February 19971997Old Quaker burial ground, adjoining 11 Church Street.35 mmcol
P114 12AJG05 February 19971997Former Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road, now the Freemason's lodge.35 mmcol
P114 13AJG05 February 19971997Former Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road, now the Freemason's lodge.35 mmcol
P114 14AJG05 February 19971997Former Quaker meeting house, Maldon Road, now the Freemason's lodge.35 mmcol
P114 15AJG05 February 19971997Top of Newland Street, from west.35 mmcol
P114 16AJG05 February 19971997Interior of Freebornes, 3 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P114 17AJG05 February 19971997Interior of Freebornes, 3 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P114 18AJG05 February 19971997Interior of Freebornes, 3 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P114 19AJG05 February 19971997Interior of Freebornes, 3 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P114 20AJG05 February 19971997Interior of Freebornes, 3 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P114 22AJG27 February 19971997St. Nicolas church, niche to left of altar.35 mmcol
P114 23AJG27 February 19971997St. Nicolas church, niche in south chapel.35 mmcol
P115 0JG28 February 19971997Spring Lodge community centre, Powershall End. Interior of the barn. Pat Ryan examining bricks.35 mmcol
P115 1JG28 February 19971997Spring Lodge community centre, Powershall End. Interior of the barn.35 mmcol
P115 2JG28 February 19971997Spring Lodge community centre, Powershall End. Interior of the barn. Close-up of niche.35 mmcol
P115 3JG28 February 19971997Spring Lodge community centre, Powershall End. Exterior of the barn showing crow-stepped brickwork.35 mmcol
P115 4JG28 February 19971997Spring Lodge community centre, Powershall End. Exterior of the barn.35 mmcol
P115 5JG28 February 19971997Interior of Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Staircase.35 mmcol
P115 6JG28 February 19971997Interior of Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Carpenters' marks.35 mmcol
P115 7JG28 February 19971997Interior of Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Carpenters' marks.35 mmcol
P115 8JG28 February 19971997Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Behind the parapet.35 mmcol
P115 9JG28 February 19971997Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Behind the parapet.35 mmcol
P115 10JG28 February 19971997Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Behind the parapet, initials carved on brick. W.C. and C.V.D.[?], 1868.35 mmcol
P115 11JG28 February 19971997Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Behind the parapet, initials carved on brick. J.E. May 1834.35 mmcol
P115 12JG28 February 19971997Interior of Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Attic.35 mmcol
P115 13JG28 February 19971997Interior of Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Roof.35 mmcol
P115 14JG28 February 19971997Interior of Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Arched vault.35 mmcol
P115 15JG28 February 19971997Interior of Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Arched vault.35 mmcol
P115 16JG28 February 19971997Interior of Batsford Court, 100 Newland Street. Arched vault.35 mmcol
P115 17JG28 February 19971997Old Methodist church, Guithavon Street. Plaques with names on the wall of the former schoolroom at rear. This part opened 30 May 1934 (from notes by Leslie D Kinsey). See also photo M2396 from 'Braintree and Witham Times' of 8 August 1935 of 'previously unpublished photos of public events in Witham', including one which looks like the laying of the first of these plaques, probably by Rev Lewis.35 mmcol
P115 18JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Bishop's commissary. D/ABA 3 (1625-28).35 mmcol
P115 19JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Bishop's commissary. D/ABA 3 (1625-28).35 mmcol
P115 20JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Colchester archdeaconry. D/ACA 45 (1625-27).35 mmcol
P115 21JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Colchester archdeaconry. D/ACA 45 (1625-27).35 mmcol
P115 22JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Bishop's commissary. D/ABA 1 (1616-21).35 mmcol
P115 23JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Bishop's commissary. D/ABA 1 (1616-21).35 mmcol
P116 0JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Bishop's commissary. D/ABA 3 (1625-28).35 mmcol
P116 1JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Bishop's commissary. D/ABA 3 (1625-28) (on left), and Act book of Colchester archdeaconry. D/ACA 45 (1625-27) (on right).35 mmcol
P116 2JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Bishop's commissary. D/ABA 3 (1625-28).35 mmcol
P116 3JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Bishop's commissary. D/ABA 3 (1625-28) (on left), and Act book of Colchester archdeaconry. D/ACA 45 (1625-27) (on right).35 mmcol
P116 4JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Bishop's commissary. D/ABA 3 (1625-28).35 mmcol
P116 5JG04 March 19971997Essex Record Office. Act book of Colchester archdeaconry. D/ACA 45 (1625-27).35 mmcol
P116 10JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Chalks Road, from Blanfred.35 mmcol
P116 11JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Chalks Road.35 mmcol
P116 12JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. 55 Braintree Road, 65 Braintree Road, 67 Braintree Road, 69 Braintree Road.35 mmcol
P116 13JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Braintree Road, west side, just north of Chalks Road.35 mmcol
P116 14JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road, exterior.35 mmcol
P116 15JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road, exterior.35 mmcol
P116 16JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Left to right, Peter Long (Labour agent), Tony Coltart.35 mmcol
P116 17JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Richard Tincknell.35 mmcol
P116 18JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Flags etc.35 mmcol
P116 19JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Rosettes.35 mmcol
P116 20JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road, exterior, and car with streamers.35 mmcol
P116 21JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road, car with flags.35 mmcol
P116 22JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Left to right, Alan Hurst (Labour candidate), Bob Evans.35 mmcol
P116 23JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Left to right, Marion Williams, Alan Hurst (Labour candidate).35 mmcol
P116 24JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Alan Hurst (Labour candidate).35 mmcol
P117 0JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Janet Gyford.35 mmcol
P117 1JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Left to right, Tony Bennett, Alan Hughes.35 mmcol
P117 2JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Left to right, Joan Lyon, Tony Coltart, Peter Long (Labour agent).35 mmcol
P117 3JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Left to right, Richard Hearn, Fred Hearn, --- Bennett[?], Tony Bennett, --- Kotz, Linda Durrant.35 mmcol
P117 4JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Left to right, Sue Barlow, Kathie Carpenter, Alan Hughes, Brian Stevens, Richard Tincknell, Steve Goodfellow.35 mmcol
P117 5JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. Inside Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Paul Heath.35 mmcol
P117 6JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Terri Stevens (fair hair).35 mmcol
P117 7JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Left to right, Peter Long (Labour agent), Dennis Franklin.35 mmcol
P117 8JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Left to right, John Peachie (Essex News Service, of Witham), Tony Newton, (previous M.P. and Conservative candidate).35 mmcol
P117 9JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Includes Tony Newton, (previous M.P. and Conservative candidate, left of Fire Exit).35 mmcol
P117 10JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Left to right [???], Buster Nolan (New Way candidate), [???], Tony Newton, (previous M.P. and Conservative candidate).35 mmcol
P117 11JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Includes (with Labour rosettes, left of centre), Sheila Hughes, Phil Barlow, and to the right of them, Tony Newton, (previous M.P. and Conservative candidate).35 mmcol
P117 12JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Seated, left to right, [???]. Dennis Franklin, John Gyford, Eileen Davies.35 mmcol
P117 13JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Smoking break. Alan Hurst (Labour candidate).35 mmcol
P117 14JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Left to right, Dennis Franklin, Alan Hurst (Labour candidate).35 mmcol
P117 15JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree.35 mmcol
P117 16JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. In centre, Michael Lager.35 mmcol
P117 17JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Left to right, Jim Fyfe, Alan Hurst (Labour candidate).35 mmcol
P117 18JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. On phone, Alan Hurst (Labour candidate).35 mmcol
P117 19JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. In centre, Alan Hurst (Labour candidate).35 mmcol
P117 20JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. The Labour votes. Left to right, Peter Long (Labour agent), Alan Hurst (Labour candidate).35 mmcol
P117 21JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. Awaiting the declaration. Left to right, Alan Hurst (Labour candidate), Tony Newton, (previous M.P. and Conservative candidate), Nicholas Westcott (Referendum candidate), James Abbott (Green candidate), Trevor Ellis (Liberal Democrat candidate), Buster Nolan (New Way candidate), Annie Ralph (Deputy Returning Officer).35 mmcol
P117 22JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. The declaration. Left to right, Annie Ralph (Deputy Returning Officer), Alan Hurst (Labour candidate), Tony Newton, (previous M.P. and Conservative candidate), Nicholas Westcott (Referendum candidate).35 mmcol
P117 23JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Left to right, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P., making victory speech), Annie Ralph (Deputy Returning Officer), Tony Newton, (previous M.P. and Conservative candidate), Nicholas Westcott (Referendum candidate).35 mmcol
P117 24JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Left to right, Tony Newton, (previous M.P. and Conservative candidate, speaking), Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P., making victory speech), Annie Ralph (Deputy Returning Officer), , Nicholas Westcott (Referendum candidate), James Abbott (Green candidate), Trevor Ellis (Liberal Democrat candidate).35 mmcol
P118 0JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), being interviewed.35 mmcol
P118 1JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), being interviewed.35 mmcol
P118 2JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Tony Newton, (previous M.P. and Conservative candidate) being interviewed.35 mmcol
P118 3JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Tony Newton, (previous M.P. and Conservative candidate) being interviewed.35 mmcol
P118 4JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), being interviewed.35 mmcol
P118 5JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Left to right, Peter Long (Labour agent), [???]. John Gyford, [???].35 mmcol
P118 6JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Photographer from Braintree and Witham Times photographing Labour supporters.35 mmcol
P118 7JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), being interviewed.35 mmcol
P118 8JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), being interviewed.35 mmcol
P118 9JG01 May 19971997General Election Day, 1-2 May 1997. The count at Causeway House, Braintree. After the declaration. Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), being interviewed. On left, John Gyford, Jim Fyfe, Teresa Fyfe.35 mmcol
P118 10JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road, awaiting return of new M.P. Left to right, Lynn Green, Richard Tinknell, Jim Fyfe, [???], Marion Williams, Richard Hearn.35 mmcol
P118 11JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), Richard Tinknell, Jeremy White, Jim Fyfe.35 mmcol
P118 12JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, Greta Tew, Steve Goodfellow, Tony Tearle, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), Edelweiss James, [???], Phil Barlow.35 mmcol
P118 13JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, Basil Tate, Greta Tew, [???], Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), Michael Jones, [???], Jim Fyfe.35 mmcol
P118 14JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, front row, Mrs Hurst, Edelweiss James, Bob Evans, Michael Jones, Jim Fyfe, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.). Far right, Peter Long (Labour agent).35 mmcol
P118 15JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, front row, Basil Tate, Mrs Hurst, Greta Tew, Edelweiss James, Bob Evans, Michael Jones, Jim Fyfe, Teresa Fyfe. Back to camera, speaking, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.).35 mmcol
P118 16JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, front row, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.)., Greta Tew, Edelweiss James, Bob Evans, Michael Jones, Jim Fyfe, Teresa Fyfe.35 mmcol
P118 17JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, front row, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.)., Greta Tew, Edelweiss James, Bob Evans, Michael Jones, Jim Fyfe, Teresa Fyfe.35 mmcol
P118 18JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, Peter Long (Labour agent), Jeremy White.35 mmcol
P118 19JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, facing camera, Tony Tearle, Edelweiss James, Michael Jones, [???], Jim Fyfe, Phil Barlow [???], Teresa Fyfe, [???], Richard Tincknell, Back to camera, speaking, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.).35 mmcol
P118 20JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, Marion Williams, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.)35 mmcol
P118 21JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, Peter Long (Labour agent), John Gyford.35 mmcol
P118 22JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, Brian Stevens, Steve Goodfellow.35 mmcol
P118 23JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), Peter Long (Labour agent).35 mmcol
P118 24JG02 May 19971997Morning after General Election Day. Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. The new M.P. returns. Left to right, facing camera, Alan Hurst (new Labour M.P.), Peter Long (Labour agent).35 mmcol
P119 0JG02 May 19971997County Council election. Declaration for South Witham, at Dengie Close Community Centre. Left to right, [???] John Gyford (Labour candidate), Michael Lager (Conservative candidate), Nigel Abbott (Polling officer), [???], Audrey Harrington (town clerk).35 mmcol
P119 1JG02 May 19971997County Council election. Declaration for South Witham, at Dengie Close Community Centre. Nigel Abbott (Polling officer) making declaration. Front row, on left, John Gyford (Labour candidate), on right, Michael Lager (Conservative candidate).35 mmcol
P119 2JG02 May 19971997County Council election. Declaration for South Witham, at Dengie Close Community Centre. Nigel Abbott (Polling officer) making declaration. Left hand row, at back, John Gyford (Labour candidate), in front, Michael Lager (Conservative candidate).35 mmcol
P119 3JG02 May 19971997County Council election. After the declaration for South Witham, at Dengie Close Community Centre. John Gyford (re-elected Labour councillor), making acceptance speech. Front left, Michael Lager (defeated Conservative candidate).35 mmcol
P119 4JG02 May 19971997County Council election. After the declaration for South Witham, at Dengie Close Community Centre. Michael Lager (defeated Conservative candidate) speaking. John Gyford (re-elected Labour councillor), to left of him.35 mmcol
P119 5JG02 May 19971997County Council election. After tbe declaration for South Witham, at Dengie Close Community Centre. Michael Lager (defeated Conservative candidate) standing, John Gyford (re-elected Labour councillor), sitting.35 mmcol
P119 6JG02 May 19971997County Council election. After the declaration for South Witham, at Dengie Close Community Centre. John Gyford (re-elected Labour councillor), on right, Ian Pointon (his agent), back to camera.35 mmcol
P119 7JG02 May 19971997County Council election. After the declaration for South Witham, at Dengie Close Community Centre. Left to right, Michael Lager (defeated Conservative candidate), John Gyford (re-elected Labour councillor), Ian Pointon (his agent).35 mmcol
P119 8JG02 May 19971997County Council election. After the declaration for South Witham, at Dengie Close Community Centre. The votes.35 mmcol
P119 9JG02 May 19971997County Council election. After the declaration for South Witham, at Dengie Close Community Centre. The votes.35 mmcol
P119 10JG02 May 19971997County Council election. After the declaration for South Witham. John Gyford (re-elected Labour councillor), with mobile phone at Labour Hall.35 mmcol
P119 11JG02 May 19971997County Council election. Declaration for North Witham, at the Public Hall. Left to right Dennis Willetts (Conservative candidate), Joan Lyon (Labour candidate), James Abbott, [???].35 mmcol
P119 12JG02 May 19971997County Council election. After the declaration for North Witham, at the Public Hall. Joan Lyon (re-elected Labour councillor), shaking hands with Dennis Willetts (defeated Conservative candidate).35 mmcol
P119 13JG02 May 19971997County Council election. After the declaration for North Witham, at the Public Hall. Left to right, Basil Tate, Joan Lyon (re-elected Labour councillor), David Smith.35 mmcol
P119 14JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Jackie Martin (mayor), [???]. Behind, 57 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P119 15JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Chris Edwards (blue shorts), Barbara Woollings (red dress) at Janet Gyford's bookstall. 78 Newland Street and 80 Newland Street behind.35 mmcol
P119 16JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Chris Edwards (blue shorts), Barbara Woollings (red dress) at Janet Gyford's bookstall. Bottom of Newland Street behind.35 mmcol
P119 17JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Chris Edwards (blue shorts), Barbara Woollings (red dress) at Janet Gyford's bookstall. 70 Newland Street, 72 Newland Street, 74 Newland Street, 76 Newland Street, behind.35 mmcol
P119 18JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Jackie Martin (mayor) declaring it open. On the right of her, Roy Belsham. 61 Newland Street (Town Hall) behind.35 mmcol
P119 19JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Bottom of Newland Street.35 mmcol
P119 20JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Connie Edwards and Reg Edwards. Bottom of Newland Street behind.35 mmcol
P119 21JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Bottom of Newland Street.35 mmcol
P119 22JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Left to right, Albert Poulter, of 15 Homefield Road), Arthur Bones, of 47 Blunts Hall Road (ex-cowman, son of Charlie who also lived there). 78 Newland Street behind.35 mmcol
P119 23JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Handbell ringers. Behind, 55 Newland Street, 57 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P119 24JG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Handbell ringers. Behind, bottom of Newland Street.35 mmcol
P120 0AJG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Bottom of Newland Street.35 mmcol
P120 1AJG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Handbell ringers. Bottom of Newland Street behind.35 mmcol
P120 2AJG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Janet Gyford at her bookstall. Behind, 78 Newland Street, 80 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P120 3AJG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Bottom of Newland Street.35 mmcol
P120 4AJG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Bottom of Newland Street.35 mmcol
P120 5AJG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Bottom of Newland Street.35 mmcol
P120 6AJG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Painting. 88 Newland Street and bottom of Newland Street behind.35 mmcol
P120 7AJG03 May 199719971997. Chipping Hill school dancers. Bottom of Newland Street behind. See links for names.35 mmcol
P120 8AJG03 May 19971997Mayfest 1997. Chipping Hill school dancers. Bottom of Newland Street behind. See links for names.35 mmcol
P120 9AJG04 May 19971997Rogation day walk. Group at end of green lane opposite Rickstones farm.35 mmcol
P120 10AJG04 May 19971997Rogation day walk. In green lane opposite Rickstones farm. On right, Helen Pitchforth.35 mmcol
P120 11AJG04 May 19971997Rogation day walk. Tree near green lane opposite Rickstones farm.35 mmcol
P120 12AJG04 May 19971997Rogation day walk. Group in green lane opposite Rickstones farm.35 mmcol
P120 13AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Left to right, Trina Allen[?], Alex Wood, David Appleby as foot soldiers.35 mmcol
P120 14AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. David Appleby as foot soldier.35 mmcol
P120 15AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Alex Wood as foot soldier.35 mmcol
P120 16AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Officer.35 mmcol
P120 17AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Stall.35 mmcol
P120 18AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. 'Office'.35 mmcol
P120 19AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Woman.35 mmcol
P120 20AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Stall.35 mmcol
P121 21AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. [???].35 mmcol
P121 22AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Clergyman in centre.35 mmcol
P121 23AJG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Clergyman in centre.35 mmcol
P121 0JG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Clergyman on right.35 mmcol
P121 1JG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Captain.35 mmcol
P121 2JG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Foot soldier.35 mmcol
P121 3JG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Captain.35 mmcol
P121 4JG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Captain.35 mmcol
P121 5JG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Officer.35 mmcol
P121 6JG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Officer.35 mmcol
P121 7JG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Scribe.35 mmcol
P121 8JG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Dancing in walled garden.35 mmcol
P121 9JG05 May 19971997Essex Militia at Cressing Temple. Dancing in walled garden.35 mmcol
P121 10JG07 May 19971997123 Newland Street, inside old cider vault.35 mmcol
P121 11JG07 May 19971997123 Newland Street, inside old cider vault.35 mmcol
P121 12JG07 May 19971997123 Newland Street, inside old cider vault.35 mmcol
P121 13JG07 May 19971997123 Newland Street, inside old cider vault.35 mmcol
P122 3JG01 June 199719971 Powershall End, Mill House. Mill pond.35 mmcol
P123 18JG28 August 19971997St.Nicolas church, Barwell monument on pillar, north-west corner of chancel (text very small in photo). To Robert Barwell (younger), whose parents were Robert Barwell (elder) and Martha Barwell (elder), and whose wife was Sarah Barwell (formerly Sarah Newman. Put up by Newman Barwell,, Robert Barwell (youngest), Sarah Barwell, Martha Barwell (younger).35 mmcol
P123 19JG28 August 19971997St.Nicolas church, Barwell monument on pillar, north-west corner of chancel (text very small in photo). To Robert Barwell (younger), whose parents were Robert Barwell (elder) and Martha Barwell (elder), and whose wife was Sarah Barwell (formerly Sarah Newman. Put up by Newman Barwell,, Robert Barwell (youngest), Sarah Barwell, Martha Barwell (younger).35 mmcol
P123 20JG28 August 19971997St. Nicolas church. Church chest.35 mmcol
P123 22JG28 August 19971997St. Nicolas church. Hatchment for Richard Kenwelmarsh.35 mmcol
P123 23JG28 August 19971997St.Nicolas church, Kenwelmarsh hatchment, 1616, on north wall. Also refers to Dennics (Denise) Kenwelmarsh, nee Dennics (Denise) Barnard.35 mmcol
P123 24JG28 August 19971997St.Nicolas church, Southcott monument with effigies of Judge John Southcott and Elizabeth Southwell (formerly Elizabeth Southcott).35 mmcol
P123 25JG28 August 19971997St.Nicolas church. Cross said to be market cross.35 mmcol
P124 0JG31 August 19971997Copy of old panoramic photo of top of Newland Street and middle of Newland Street (belonging to Lesley Boylan).35 mmcol
P124 1JG31 August 19971997Copy of old panoramic photo of top of Newland Street and middle of Newland Street (belonging to Leslie Boylan).35 mmcol
P124 2JG31 August 19971997Copy of old panoramic photo of top of Newland Street and middle of Newland Street (belonging to Leslie Boylan).35 mmcol
P124 9JG28 October 19971997London. St.Paul's choir school. Parish markers for St.Vedast and St. Michael le Quern (parish of Dame Katherine Barnardiston).35 mmcol
P124 10JG28 October 19971997London. St.Paul's choir school. Parish markers for St.Vedast and St. Michael le Quern (parish of Dame Katherine Barnardiston).35 mmcol
P124 11JG28 October 19971997London. St.Paul's choir school. Parish markers for St.Vedast and St. Michael le Quern (parish of Dame Katherine Barnardiston).35 mmcol
P124 12JG28 October 19971997London. St.Paul's choir school. Parish markers for St.Vedast and St. Michael le Quern (parish of Dame Katherine Barnardiston).35 mmcol
P124 13JG28 October 19971997London. St.Paul's choir school.35 mmcol
P124 14JG28 October 19971997London. 5 Cheapside. Site of church of St. Michael le Quern, where Dame Katherine Barnardiston was buried.35 mmcol
P124 15JG28 October 19971997London. 5 Cheapside. Site of church of St. Michael le Quern, where Dame Katherine Barnardiston was buried. St. Paul's cathedral on left.35 mmcol
P124 16JG28 October 19971997London. St.Paul's choir school. Parish markers for St.Vedast and St. Michael le Quern (parish of Dame Katherine Barnardiston).35 mmcol
P124 17JG28 October 19971997London. St.Paul's choir school. Parish markers for St.Vedast and St. Michael le Quern (parish of Dame Katherine Barnardiston).35 mmcol
P124 22JG30 October 19971997St. Nicolas church. Bottom of tower, and entrance to belfry.35 mmcol
P124 23JG30 October 1997199790 Newland Street, 92 Newland Street, 94 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P125 0JG29 May 19981998118 Newland Street. Sylvia Saunders, founder and proprietor of Highway Bookshop, in last week before retirement.35 mmcol
P125 1JG29 May 19981998118 Newland Street. Sylvia Saunders, founder and proprietor of Highway Bookshop, in last week before retirement.35 mmcol
P125 2JG29 May 19981998118 Newland Street. Sylvia Saunders, founder and proprietor of Highway Bookshop, in last week before retirement.35 mmcol
P125 3JG29 May 19981998118 Newland Street. Sylvia Saunders, founder and proprietor of Highway Bookshop, in last week before retirement.35 mmcol
P125 4JG29 May 19981998118 Newland Street. Sylvia Saunders, founder and proprietor of Highway Bookshop, in last week before retirement.35 mmcol
P125 5JG29 May 19981998118 Newland Street. Shop window of Highway Bookshop, in last week before retirement of Sylvia Saunders, founder and proprietor.35 mmcol
P125 6JG29 May 19981998118 Newland Street. Outside of Highway Bookshop, in last week before retirement of Sylvia Saunders, founder and proprietor.35 mmcol
P125 7JG29 May 19981998118 Newland Street. Outside of Highway Bookshop, in last week before retirement of Sylvia Saunders, founder and proprietor. Also part of Newland Court.35 mmcol
P126 0JG16 July 1998199837 Guithavon Street. Left to right, Liz Edwards, Trevor Naylor (new proprietors of Highway Bookshop, 118 Newland Street, and Robbie), Sylvia Saunders (founder and previous proprietor of Highway Bookshop), Tim Saunders.35 mmcol
P126 1JG16 July 1998199837 Guithavon Street. Left to right, Liz Edwards, Trevor Naylor (new proprietors of Highway Bookshop, 118 Newland Street, and Robbie), Sylvia Saunders (founder and previous proprietor of Highway Bookshop), Tim Saunders.35 mmcol
P126 2JG16 July 1998199837 Guithavon Street. Left to right, Liz Edwards, Trevor Naylor (new proprietors of Highway Bookshop, 118 Newland Street, and Robbie), Sylvia Saunders (founder and previous proprietor of Highway Bookshop), Tim Saunders.35 mmcol
P127 2JG16 October 19981998Corner of Pattisson Close and Laurence Avenue, with Pattissons and residents, after installation of new sign with correct spelling. Left to right, Braintree and Witham Times photographer, Valerie Papworth (Delamere), Trevor Bowden (from Braintree District Council), John Pattisson, David Pattisson, Horace Brooks (9), George Day (2), Grace Rushen (7). See also photos M1207-M1210, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 3JG16 October 19981998Pattisson Close, with Pattissons and residents, after installation of new sign with correct spelling. Left to right, Valerie Papworth (Delamere), Trevor Bowden (from Braintree District Council), John Pattisson, David Pattisson, Horace Brooks (9), George Day (2), Grace Rushen (7). See also photos M1207-M1210, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 4JG16 October 19981998Pattisson Close, with Pattissons and residents, after installation of new sign with correct spelling. Left to right, Braintree and Witham Times photographer, John Pattisson, David Pattisson, Horace Brooks (9), Valerie Papworth (Delamere), George Day (2), Trevor Bowden (behind, from Braintree District Council), Grace Rushen (7). See also photos M1207-M1210, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 5JG16 October 19981998Pattisson Close, with Pattissons and residents, after installation of new sign with correct spelling. Left to right, Braintree and Witham Times photographer, John Pattisson, David Pattisson, Horace Brooks (9), George Day (2), Valerie Papworth (nearly hidden, Delamere), Grace Rushen (7), Trevor Bowden (behind, from Braintree District Council). See also photos M1207-M1210, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 6JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, interior, upstairs. Front windows. See also photos M1211-M1212, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 7JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, interior, upstairs. See also photos M1211-M1212, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 8JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, interior, upstairs. See also photos M1211-M1212, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 9JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, interior, upstairs. Broken plaque. See also photos M1211-M1212, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 10JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, interior, upstairs. Broken plaque. See also photos M1211-M1212, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 11JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, view from upstairs, along Guithavon Street, with 68 Newland Street being rebuilt.35 mmcol
P127 12JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, view from upstairs, into Newland Street, showing 72 Newland Street, 74 Newland Street, 76 Newland Street, 78 Newland Street, 80 Newland Street, 82 Newland Street, 84 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P127 13JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, view from upstairs, into Newland Street, showing 64 Newland Street, 66 Newland Street, and 68 Newland Street being rebuilt. In the foreground, a telephone box, the KX 100 type introduced in 1985 and put here soon afterwards.35 mmcol
P127 14JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, interior, upstairs. Left to right, David Pattisson, John Pattisson. See also photos M1211-M1212, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 15JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, interior, view into roof. See also photos M1211-M1212, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 16JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, interior, view into roof. See also photos M1211-M1212, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 17JG16 October 1998199857 Newland Street, back. See also photos M1211-M1212, taken by John Pattisson.35 mmcol
P127 18JG16 October 19981998113 Newland Street, 115 Newland Street, part of Co-op, with Pelican insignia of Pattisson family at top.35 mmcol
P127 19JG16 October 19981998The Park.35 mmcol
P128 0JG04 November 1998199868 Newland Street, being rebuilt, from side.35 mmcol
P128 1JG04 November 1998199868 Newland Street, being rebuilt, from side. Also 66 Newland Street and 4 Guithavon Street.35 mmcol
P128 2JG04 November 1998199868 Newland Street, being rebuilt, from side. Also 66 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P128 3JG04 November 1998199868 Newland Street, being rebuilt.35 mmcol
P128 4JG04 November 19981998United Reformed Church, Newland Street. Tombstone of Jacob Pattisson and Elizabeth Pattisson, in side wall. Reads: ‘AT THE FOOT OF THIS STONE / LIETH THE BODY OF / JACOB PATTISSON GENT. / LATE OF THIS TOWN / WHO DIED FEBY 22 1751 / AGED 57 / AS ALSO OF / ELIZABETH HIS WIFE / WHO DIED AUG 13TH 1750 / AGED 48’.35 mmcol
P128 5JG04 November 19981998Barnardiston House, 35 Chipping Hill, from back, before side boundary wall rebuilt. Also top of Moat Farm Chase.35 mmcol
P128 6JG04 November 19981998Barnardiston House, 35 Chipping Hill, from back, before side boundary wall rebuilt.35 mmcol
P128 8JG01 December 1998199857 Newland Street, view from upstairs, along Guithavon Street, with 68 Newland Street being rebuilt. Also part of 66 Newland Street and 70 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P128 9JG01 December 1998199857 Newland Street, view from upstairs, along Guithavon Street, with 68 Newland Street being rebuilt. Also part of 66 Newland Street and 70 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P128 10JG01 December 1998199857 Newland Street, view from upstairs, along Guithavon Street, with 68 Newland Street being rebuilt. Also 70 Newland Street, 72 Newland Street, 74 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P128 11JG01 December 1998199857 Newland Street, view from upstairs, into medieval garden at back of Town Hall, 61 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P128 12JG01 December 1998199857 Newland Street, view from upstairs, into back garden.35 mmcol
P128 13JG01 December 1998199857 Newland Street, view from upstairs, along Guithavon Street, with 68 Newland Street being rebuilt. Also part of 66 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P128 20JG07 December 1998199868 Newland Street being rebuilt.35 mmcol
P128 21JG07 December 1998199868 Newland Street being rebuilt.35 mmcol
P128 22JG07 December 1998199868 Newland Street being rebuilt. Also part of 64 Newland Street and 66 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P128 23JG07 December 1998199868 Newland Street being rebuilt. Also part of 64 Newland Street and 66 Newland Street. On the right, a telephone box, the KX 100 type introduced in 1985 and put here soon afterwards.35 mmcol
P128 24JG07 December 1998199868 Newland Street being rebuilt. Also part of 64 Newland Street and 66 Newland Street and 70 Newland Street. On the right, a telephone box, the KX 100 type introduced in 1985 and put here soon afterwards.35 mmcol
P129 15JG13 February 19991999Red Lion, 7 Newland Street, laths in side wall exposed.35 mmcol
P129 16JG13 February 19991999River walk, near duck pond.35 mmcol
P129 17JG13 February 19991999River walk, duck pond.35 mmcol
P129 18JG13 February 19991999River walk, duck pond.35 mmcol
P129 19JG13 February 19991999River walk, duck pond.35 mmcol
P129 20JG13 February 19991999Moat farm bridge.35 mmcol
P129 21JG13 February 19991999Moat farm bridge.35 mmcol
P129 22JG13 February 19991999Moat farm bridge.35 mmcol
P129 23JG09 March 19991999Miss Elfreda Griggs, music teacher, at Beverley, Chalks Road, with her dog Bonny.35 mmcol
P129 24JG09 March 19991999Miss Elfreda Griggs, music teacher, at Beverley, Chalks Road, with her corgi dog Bonny.35 mmcol
P129 25JG09 March 19991999Miss Elfreda Griggs, music teacher, at Beverley, Chalks Road.35 mmcol
P130 5JG28 April 1999199922 Chipping Hill, back, from Church Street, with door in wall which probably gave access to the privy for emptying it.35 mmcol
P130 6JG28 April 1999199922 Chipping Hill, back, from Church Street, with door in wall which probably gave access to the privy for emptying it.35 mmcol
P130 7JG28 April 1999199922 Chipping Hill, back, from Church Street, with door in wall which probably gave access to the privy for emptying it.35 mmcol
P130 8JG28 April 19991999St. Nicolas church from south-east.35 mmcol
P130 9JG28 April 19991999Spring Lodge Community centre, end wall of barn, formerly part of Witham Place.35 mmcol
P131 7JG05 July 19991999Faulkbourne church. 'Pianola' organ. Left to right, Val Giles, John Newman, Sheila Wilson.35 mmcol
P131 8JG05 July 19991999Faulkbourne church. 'Pianola' organ. Janet Gyford.35 mmcol
P131 9JG05 July 19991999Faulkbourne church. Brass of Henry Fortescue, and family, of Faulkbourne Hall, 1576.35 mmcol
P131 10JG05 July 19991999Faulkbourne church. Brass of Henry Fortescue, and family, of Faulkbourne Hall, 1576.35 mmcol
P131 11JG05 July 19991999Faulkbourne church. Brass of Dame Mary Darrell, widow of Sir Edward Darrell, 1598.35 mmcol
P131 12JG06 July 1999199968 Newland Street about to be rebuilt, from front. Also 4 Guithavon Street, part of 66 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P131 13JG06 July 1999199968 Newland Street about to be rebuilt, from front. Also 4 Guithavon Street, part of 66 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P131 14JG06 July 1999199968 Newland Street about to be rebuilt, from front. Also 4 Guithavon Street, part of 66 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P131 15JG06 July 199919994 Guithavon Street being rebuilt, from north-east side, i.e. from Coach House Way.35 mmcol
P131 16JG06 July 199919994 Guithavon Street being rebuilt, from north-east side, i.e. from Coach House Way.35 mmcol
P131 17JG06 July 199919994 Guithavon Street being rebuilt, from north-east side, i.e. from Coach House Way.35 mmcol
P131 18JG06 July 199919994 Guithavon Street being rebuilt, from north-east side, i.e. from Coach House Way.35 mmcol
P131 19JG06 July 1999199968 Newland Street about to be rebuilt, from front. Also 4 Guithavon Street.35 mmcol
P131 20JG06 July 1999199968 Newland Street about to be rebuilt, from front. Also 4 Guithavon Street, 66 Newland Street, part of 70 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P131 21JG06 July 19991999Bottom of Newland Street, north side.35 mmcol
P131 22JG06 July 19991999Bottom of Newland Street, north side.35 mmcol
P131 23JG06 July 19991999Ceiling of archway at 83 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P131 24JG06 July 19991999Maldon Road Recreation ground (Park).35 mmcol
P131 25JG06 July 19991999Maldon Road Recreation ground (Park).35 mmcol
P132 17AJG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, and the crossing, from west, with goods train.35 mmcol
P132 18AJG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, and the crossing, from west, with goods train.35 mmcol
P132 19AJG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, from south-west.35 mmcol
P132 20AJG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, close-up, from west.35 mmcol
P132 21AJG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, gardens.35 mmcol
P132 22AJG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, and the crossing, from south-east, across railway, with train.35 mmcol
P132 23AJG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, and the crossing, from south-east, across railway.35 mmcol
P132 24AJG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, and the crossing, from south-east, across railway.35 mmcol
P133 0JG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, in distance, along railway from south-west.35 mmcol
P133 1JG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, in distance, along railway from south-west, with train.35 mmcol
P133 2JG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, in distance, along railway from south-west.35 mmcol
P133 3JG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, and the crossing, from across railway from south-west.35 mmcol
P133 4JG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, and the crossing, from across railway from south-west.35 mmcol
P133 5JG26 August 19991999Houses at Motts Lane crossing awaiting demolition, and the crossing, from across railway from south-west.35 mmcol
P134 0AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 1AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 2AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 3AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 4AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 5AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 6AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 7AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 8AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 9AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 10AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 11AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 12AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 13AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 14AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 15AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 16AJG09 November 19991999Farmers' market, newly started in the Grove Centre.35 mmcol
P134 17AJG10 December 19991999Cockney night, Newland Street. Town crier and jazz band.35 mmcol
P134 18AJG10 December 19991999Cockney night, Newland Street. Chris Edwards and Janet Gyford, with bookstall.35 mmcol
P134 19AJG10 December 19991999Cockney night, Newland Street. Christmas tree, jazz band, girls dancing.35 mmcol
P134 20AJG10 December 19991999Cockney night, Newland Street. Christmas tree, jazz band, girls dancing.35 mmcol
P134 21AJG10 December 19991999Cockney night, Newland Street.35 mmcol
P134 22AJG10 December 19991999Cockney night, Newland Street.35 mmcol
P134 23AJG10 December 19991999Cockney night, Newland Street. Chris Edwards, with bookstall.35 mmcol
P134 24AJG10 December 19991999Cockney night, Newland Street. Chestnut stall.35 mmcol
P135 2AJG01 January 20002000Chipping Hill bridge from east, with willow trees at Mill House (1 Powershall End).35 mmcol
P135 3AJG01 January 20002000Chipping Hill bridge from east, with willow trees at Mill House (1 Powershall End).35 mmcol
P135 4AJG01 January 20002000Door at Red Lion, 7 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P135 5AJG01 January 20002000Outside 61 Newland Street, Town Hall, with Tom Hewitt (mayor), at new Millennium open day. Also 63 Newland Street.35 mmcol
P135 6AJG01 January 20002000Inside 61 Newland Street, Town Hall, with Steve Goodfellow, Michael Jones, John Gyford, Richard Tincknell, Tom Hewitt (mayor), and baby Goodfellow, at new Millennium open day.35 mmcol
P135 7AJG01 January 20002000Flour bag from 'E.M.Blyth and Sons Ltd., National Flour, Roller Flour Mills, Witham Essex' (probably war time) (formerly belonging to Helen Lepper, now given to Braintree District Museum).35 mmcol
P135 8AJG01 January 20002000Flour bag from 'E.M.Blyth and Sons Ltd., National Flour, Roller Flour Mills, Witham Essex' (probably war time) (formerly belonging to Helen Lepper, now given to Braintree District Museum).35 mmcol
P135 9AJG01 January 20002000Flour bag from 'E.M.Blyth and Sons Ltd., National Flour, Roller Flour Mills, Witham Essex' (probably war time) (formerly belonging to Helen Lepper, now given to Braintree District Museum).35 mmcol
P140 22JG27 March 19891989Sue Gyford, Phil Gyford, John Gyford, in dining room at Blanfred, Chalks Road, preparing Labour Party canvass cards with scissors and glue for the election campaign (probably for county council). Out of date order because printed from family negatives later.110col
P35 7JG18 June 19891989Llamas on green at corner of Guithavon Valley, Guithavon Road, and Mill Lane, from visiting circus.110col
P84 8JG01 September 19911991Witham Local Labour Party barbecue at Gaza, Chalks Road. Includes in front Peter Long (agent) in turquoise shirt, Phil Barlow in white. At table behind Phil, left to right, Brian Stevens, John Gyford, Phil Gyford, Sue Gyford. Other photos of this event are in the family collection.110col
P85 16JG27 October 19911991Rehearsal during visit of Witham Choral Society to Weinheim, Germany. Witham conductor Bryan Barnes seated on left, Weinheim conductor Martin Lehr conducting. Other photos of this event are in the family collection.110col
P88 7JG18 December 19911991Three legged race from Witham Sixth Form Centre. Karen Ballentyne (left) and Sue Gyford (right) at east end of Chalks Road, with (left to right) 50 Braintree Road, 48 Braintree Road, 46 Braintree Road and part of Crittall's factory behind.110col
P97 8JG25 October 19921992Members of Braintree Constituency Labour Party on the Embankment in London at the march in support of striking miners trying to save coal mines in the north. In centre, left to right, Sue Gyford (leaning on placard), John Gyford (with hood), Phil Gyford (white trainers). Other photos of this event are in the family collection.110col
P141 14JG25 May 19931993Presentation at Witham Town Hall to Dennis and May Sabin, former Witham mayor (Dennis) and councillors (both), on leaving Witham. Left to right, Dennis Sabin, James O'Hare (mayor), May Sabin. Other photos of this event are in the family collection. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P142 3JG08 January 19941994Witham Ramblers' tenth birthday party at the Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Birthday cake made by Robin Norton. Other photos of this event are in the family collection. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P142 19JG08 January 19941994Witham Ramblers' tenth birthday party at the Labour Hall, Collingwood Road. Albert Poulter (left) draws the raffle at the invitation of Chris Edwards (right). Other photos of this event are in the family collection. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P143 13JG04 July 19951995Witham Choral Society party at Crix, Hatfield Peverel. Farewell presentation to conductor, Bryan Barnes. Left to right, Sarah Burch (nee Strutt, later White), Jane Middleton (later Barnes), Bryan Barnes. Other photos of this event are in the family collection. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P144 14JG14 December 19961996Presentation to Connie Edwards (former mayor) (left) and Reg Edwards (former town councillor) (right), on retirement from service at Labour Hall. Other photos of this event are in the family collection. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P136 19JG04 June 19881988Visit of Essex Archaeological Society to Witham; tour of Chipping Hill before A.G.M. In White Horse Lane with Crittall's factory behind. Includes Jennifer Ward (left of centre), Ray Powell, editor of Victoria County History for Essex (centre, under flagpole), Tom Henderson of Witham (right of centre, partly hidden by hat). Other photos of this event are in the family collection. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P136 21JG04 June 19881988Tombstone in old Quaker burial ground next to 11 Church Street. Reads 'WILLIAM SANDERS / KNIGHT / SON OF W & K KNIGHT / DIED / -----' (last part hidden).110col
P136 22JG04 June 19881988Visit of Essex Archaeological Society to Witham; tour of Chipping Hill before A.G.M. In back garden of 11 Church Street, showing house. Other photos of this event are in the family collection. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P136 23JG04 June 19881988Visit of Essex Archaeological Society to Witham; tour of Chipping Hill before A.G.M. In back garden of 11 Church Street, showing house. Other photos of this event are in the family collection. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 13JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Barbecue, with (left to right) Phil Bell (teacher), ???, Hywel Evans (teacher). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 14JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Band. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 15JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicle of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Walking towards camera, Boris Mirecki (teacher). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 16JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicles of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 17JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicles of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 18JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicles of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 19JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicles of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 20JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicles of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base. Terry Canty (teacher, became headteacher in 2001), helping young visitor. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 21JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicle of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 22JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicle of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 23JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicle of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P137 24JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicle of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 1JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicle of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with small visitor. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 2JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicle of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with small visitor. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 3JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicle of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with small visitor. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 4JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicle of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 5JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Vehicle of visiting United States Air Force from Wethersfield base, with visitors. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 6JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Band. In audience, all in white, Guy Turner. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 7JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Stalls. Mr Adkins (teacher) in turquoise jacket on right. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 8JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Throwing the sponge, with Kevin Champion (teacher) as target. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 9JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Throwing the sponge, with Kevin Champion (teacher) as target. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 10JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Parents Jean Dear (left) and Chris Othen (right) with clothes stall. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 11JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Tending the barbecue. John Gyford (parent and governor) (left), Hywel Evans (teacher) (right). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 12JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Serving refreshments. Parents Linda Cason (left), Gill Hardy (right). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 13JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Serving refreshments. Parents Steve and Gill Hardy (at the back), Elaine Hardy (pupil) (in white in front of Gill). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 14JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Bill Cornell (parent, and treasurer of Friends of Rickstones) (left) counting the money in the office. Ned Shah (teacher) (on right). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 15JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Bill Cornell (parent, and treasurer of Friends of Rickstones) (left) counting the money in the office. Cliff Turner (teacher, and husband of head, Norma Turner) (right). Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
P138 16JG02 July 19881988Rickstones School fair. Pupils Dawn (left) and Michaela (right), cleaning cars. Not in main date sequence of P photos, because printed from family negatives later.110col
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