March 16th, 2018

A geocaching day with Charlie.
Bulmer, Wickham St Paul, Castle Hedingham, Sible Hedingham, Wethersfield, Finchingfield, Great Bardfield, Little Bardfield, Thaxted,
Debban
, Newport, Wicken Bonhunt, Clavering, Arkesden, Wedens Ambo, Saffron Walden and Radwinter.

Octagonal font c.1500. Angels and shields on the bowl and woodwoses on the stem.
St Andrew's Church, Bulmer.
Tiles on three levels leading to the altar.
St Andrew's Church, Bulmer.
Queen Victoria Royal Coat of Arms.
St Andrew's Church, Bulmer.
1. Commemorative window to Albert Mintey, 1955.
2.
The Ascension.
3.
Commemorative window to Peggy Redfern, nee Minter, 1968.
St Andrew's Church, Bulmer.
Black marble altar tomb, c 1539 to John DeVere, Fifteenth Earl of Oxford and his Wife Elizabeth (Trussell).
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham
C15th, 6 bay Chancel Screen with trefoiled sub-cusped head, crocketed with finials and tracery.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham

Embroidered screen depicting the styles and periods of architecture in Castle Hedingham. There are 39 buildings portrayed on the four screens. Panel one has the deVere coat of arms with Hedingham Castle at the top. At the top of panel two is the Old Vicarage. This was built for the Unwin family in the 18th century.Panel three shows the United reformed church at the top and panel four is headed by St Nicholas' Church. It is a Norman church built around 1170 on the site of an earlier Saxon church.

St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham.
Model of St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham by Percy D. Brown, 1938.
Scale : 1/2" to 12".
Monument to the First World War.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham.
Misericord.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham.
Cross stitch kneeler.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham.
1. Stained glass by Percy Bacon, 1909.
2. Dorcas, St Nicholas and St Luke.
3.
10 saints.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham.
Pulpit with large tester.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham.
Painted pipe organ.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham.
Black marble altar tomb, c 1539 to John DeVere, Fifteenth Earl of Oxford and his Wife Elizabeth (Trussell).
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham
Baptismal font is a memorial to memorial to the Rev. Henry Lewis Majendie, 1863.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham
Chancel arch.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham
Carved faces on the chancel screen,
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham.
Rose window.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham
Carved faces on the chancel screen,
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham.
South aisle side chapel with altar and C19th tessellated mosaic.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham
Royal Coat of Arms,
1816-1837.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham.

C19th Romanesque-style sedilia and piscina.
St Nicholas Church, Castle Hedingham

Model constructed from 200,000 matchsticks by Mr E. l. Rainer. Presented to the church in 1971.
St Peter's Church, Sible Hedingham.
Altar and reredos.
St Peter's Church, Sible Hedingham.
Edward III Royal Coat of Arms.
St Peter's Church, Sible Hedingham.
South wall tomb recess said to be the cenotaph of the Condottiere Sir John Hawkwood, 1394.
St Peter's Church, Sible Hedingham.
Stained glass window, 1892.
St Peter's Church, Sible Hedingham.
VS, Wethersfield.
C15th, 11 bay rood screen.
St Mary Magdalene, Wethersfield.
1. 1907.
2. Commemorative window to Everard S. Marsh, killed at the Battle of Kandahar, Afganistan, 1880.
3. Kempe and Tower, 1908.
4. Ward and Hughes, 1890.
5. Commemorative window to the Bower family, 1876.
St Mary Magdalene, Wethersfield.
Altar tomb with alabaster effigies of Henry Wentworth of Codham Hall, 1482;
and Elizabeth (Howard), his first wife. He was the son of Sir Roger Wentworth and Margaret Despencer.
St Mary Magdalene, Wethersfield.
St Mary Magdalene, Wethersfield
viewed from a distance.
Charles II Royal Coat of Arms, 1660.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
Octagonal font with carved angels. Quatrefoil panels with shields on the bowl.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
Detail of carved heads on the C14th
oak chancel screen
.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.

The Berners Tomb.
Purbeck Marble tomb of Elizabeth Berners d.1523, daughter of Simon Wiseman of Brantham.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.

Memorial brass to John and Elizabeth Berners.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
Wall monument to Thomas Marriot, 1766.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
Wall plaque to Rev. Matthew Vaughan,1889.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
Norman archway.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
Hatchment of Samuel Ruggles, who married Sarah English of Bocking and died 15 February 1828.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
Hatchment of John Ruggles-Brise, of Spains Hall who married 1824, Catherine, daughter of John Haynes Harrison, of Copford Hall, and died 24 September 1852.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
Hatchment of Thomas Ruggles, of Spains Hall, deputy-lieutenant of Suffolk and Essex, d.1813.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
Mosaic tile reredos.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
South Nave window, 1899.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
A.T. Miller, Cambridge 1896. Angel with trumpet carved by Bacon of London, 1900.
St John the Baptist, Finchingfield.
Late C14th chancel arch combined with a stone
rood-screen. The screen was commissioned in 1377 by Edmund Mortimer, the grandson of Edward III.
St Mary the Virgin, Great Bardfield.

Painted pipe organ by A.T. Miller. Cambridge, 1878. Organ case c.1840, designed by Pugin.
St Mary the Virgin, Great Bardfield

Altar frontal and reredos.
St Mary the Virgin, Great Bardfield
St Margaret, St Agnes and St Cecilia, 1873.
St Mary the Virgin, Great Bardfield
S Augustine St Gregory and King Ethelbert, 1921.
St Mary the Virgin, Great Bardfield
The Three Mary's, 1876
St Mary the Virgin, Great Bardfield
Brass wall monument to William Bendlowes, 1584.
St Mary the Virgin, Great Bardfield
The Incarnation.
Stained glass window
St Mary the Virgin, Great Bardfield.
Drum shaped nonagonal Victorian oak pulpit with tester.
St Mary the Virgin, Great Bardfield
Organ by Miller, Cambridge 1864. Ornate C17th case with outer towers.
St. Katherine's church, Little Bardfield
First World War wall memorial.
St. Katherine's church, Little Bardfield
The Crucifixion , the Blessed Virgin and St. John the Evangelist, designed
and presented by Mr. R. Creed, 1909.
St. Katherine's church, Little Bardfield.
Thaxted, Essex
Church of St John the Baptist, Thaxted
1. Edward IV, Prior of Stoke by Clare, Vicar of Thaxted, Gilbert de Clare.
2.
St Ambrose and St Augustine by C. E. Kempe
3.
Stained glass window by C. E. Kempe.
Church of St John the Baptist, Thaxted
C15th carved font case
and cover.
Church of St John the Baptist, Thaxted
1680 pulpit with
large tester.
Church of St John the Baptist, Thaxted.
Henry Lincoln, London, 1821. Dark mahogany casework, with carved detail and gold leafed display pipes.
Church of St John the Baptist, Thaxted
Nave door c.1400.
Church of St John the Baptist, Thaxted

March 16th, 2018 continued

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