Speaking of the periodic table: Please GAF about manterrupting! They are each an ADJECTIVE NOUN that means very fast: BREAKNECKSPEED and BLISTERINGPACE go together idiomatically.

1 Abberton Hall, Abberton 3 (2) Abbess Roding 2 pp. 186 Abbess Roding Hall, Abbess Roding 2 (6) Abbey Farm and Almshouses, Saffron Walden 1 (4) ( Penington 2 -, Thomas, 1684, tablet to: Kelvedon 3 (2) -, Sir Thomas, Bart., 1685, and Mary (Corselis), his wife, 1645, Abigail, his daughter, wife of Sir Marke Guyon, 1679, and William, son of Sir Thomas, 1682, monument to: Kelvedon 3 (2) -, William, 1682, floor-slab to: Kelvedon 3 (2) Abdy Chapel, Stapleford Abbots 2 (1) Abel, Sacrifice of, painting: East Hanningfield 4 (1) ( 4 p.

104) Abraham, glass: South Weald 2 (1) (Sacrifice of); Thaxted 1 (2) Abraham's Farm, Felsted 2 (88) " " Great Tey 3 (23) Abridge, see Lambourne 2 Absolpark Farm, Great Waltham 2 (7) Ackworth, Johan, Waldegrave 3 Adam and Eve: -, Carvings: Ardleigh 3 (1); Great Bromley 3 (1) -, Figures of (on alms-dish): Danbury 4 (1) -, Glass: Stisted 3 (1); Thaxted 1 (2) (representing history of the Fall) -, Mural Paintings: East Hanningfield 4 (1) ( 4 p.

Mary 2 (9); Manuden 1 (10); Mashbury 2 (1); Nazeing 2 (1); Ridgewell 1 (4); Saffron Walden 1 (128); Stapleford Abbots 2 (5); Stebbing 1 (9); Steeple Bumpstead 1 (6) (7) (18) (30); Theydon Garnon 2 (8); Upminster 4 (3); Weeley 3 (6); Wimbish 1 (15); Woodham Walter 2 (4); Writtle 2 (8) -, 16th or 17th-century: -,-, Colchester 3 (29); Finchingfield 1 (4) (6) (51); Hatfield Broad Oak 2 (14) (18); Radwinter 1 (11) -, 1600: -,-, Ashdon 1 (34); Bocking 1 (5); Finchingfield 1 (17) -, 17th-century: -,-, Aldham 3 (2); Bocking 1 (27); Broxted 1 (3) (10); Chigwell 2 (16); Cressing 3 (3) (13); Dedham 3 (11); Elmdon 1 (7); Farnham 1 (2); Felsted 2 (65); Finchingfield 1 (3) (11) (25); Gestingthorpe 1 (4) (pigeon-house); Great Baddow 4 (3); Great Yeldham 1 (3) (18); Hatfield Broad Oak 2 (18); Langley 1 (2); Little Bardfield 1 (5); Little Horkesley 3 (5); Radwinter 1 (39); Saffron Walden 1 (87) (92); Shellow Bowells 2 (5); Sible Hedingham 1 (14); South Hanningfield 4 (1); Stansted Mountfitchet 1 (9); West Hanningfield 4 (7); Wethersfield 1 (18); White Roding 2 (2); Wivenhoe 3 (8) -, Undated: Castle Hedingham 1 (6) Barker, arms: South Ockendon 4 (1) Barker: -, Anne, daughter of Robert, 1647, floor-slab to: St.

Michaels, Berechurch, Colchester 3 (11) -, Margaret, 1602, brass of: South Ockendon 4 (1) Barking 2 pp.

144); Ingrave 4 (2); Kelvedon 3 (5) (50); Little Coggeshall 3 (3); Little Dunmow 1 (4); Little Hallingbury 2 (10); Little Leighs 2 (2); Little Waltham 2 (6); Netteswell 2 (3); North Ockendon 4 (4); Pebmarsh 3 (12) (16); Rayne 1 (4); Rettendon 4 (2) ( 4 p. Osyth 3 (4); Shalford 1 (4); South Benfleet 4 (9); South Weald 2 (5); Stebbing 1 (5) (8); Thaxted 1 (33); Toppesfield 1 (6) (7) (ref.

*) ; Ugley 1 (2); West Tilbury 4 (4); White Roding 2 (12); Wickford 4 (6) ( 1600: -,-, Farnham 1 (3); Feering 3 (2); Littlebury 1 (23) -, 17th-century: -,-, Abbess Roding 2 (6); Arkesden 1 (23); Ashdon 1 (26); Bardfield Saling 1 (10); Barking 2 (6); Belchamp St.

*) -, William, 1693, inscription to, on glass: Clavering 1 (1) Barling 4 pp.

1012 Barn Hall, Downham 4 (2) " ", (formerly Barne Walden), Tolleshunt Knights 3 (1) Barnard: -, Dennics, Kendlemarsh 2 -, "Petir Barnard Marget hys wyf," inscription on wall-plate: Gestingthorpe 1 (1) -, Robert, 1720, and Anne, his wife, 1681, floor-slab to: Thaxted 1 (2) Barnard's Farm, Debden 1 (38) " ", Fordham 3 (7) Barnardiston, arms: Witham 2 (1) (alms-dish) Barnardiston, Anne, Sectional Preface 2 p.

The recommendations of this Committee were considered and adopted by the Commission. This Index is a combined one covering the four volumes on Essex.

The volume in which each individual parish is scheduled is indicated by the figure in bold type which directly follows the name of the parish.

1 = Essex North-West (1916); 2 = Essex Central and South-West (1921); 3 = Essex North-East (1922); 4 = Essex South-East (1923).