March 26th, 2018

A geocaching day out with Ruth and Charlie.
Little Cornard, Bures-St-Mary, Assington, Leavenheath, Wiston, Nayland, Stoke-by-Nayland,
Polstead, Higham, East Bergholt , Raydon, Great Wenham, Little Wenham, Capel St Mary, Sproughton, Bramford, Baylham, Barking and Milden.

Candle holder.
All Saints Church, Little Cornard.
Stained glass windows 1.1874 2. 1891 3.1922
All Saints Church, Little Cornard.
Ledger stone of
Herbert Petham, 1746
St Mary's Church, Bures-St-Mary
Tomb of Richard de Waldegrave, 1410.
St Mary's Church, Bures-St-Mary.
Wooden effigy of an unknown knight,
early 11th century.
St Mary's Church, Bures-St-Mary.
Painted Altar.
St Mary's Church, Bures-St-Mary
Tomb of William Waldegrave d. C17th.
St Mary's Church, Bures-St-Mary.

The chapel is dated 1218 and sits on the site where St Edmund was crowned in 855 AD.
St Stephen's Chapel, Bures-St-Mary

Church Micro 2564

Medieval font.
St Stephen's Chapel, Bures-St-Mary
Tomb of Thomas de Vere, 8th Earl of Oxford, d.1371.
St Stephen's Chapel, Bures-St-Mary.
Tomb of Thomas de Vere, 8th Earl of Oxford, d.1371.
St Stephen's Chapel,
Bures-St-Mary.
Tomb of Robert de Vere, 5th Earl of Oxford, d.1296.
St Stephen's Chapel,
Bures-St-Mary
Richard de Vere, 11th Earl of Oxford d.1417 and his wife
Alice (Sergaux).
St Stephen's Chapel,
Bures-St-Mary
Medieval stained glass.
St Stephen's Chapel, Bures-St-Mary.
The Old Bures Dragon. Viewed from
St Stephen's Chapel, Bures
.
Towers of the old wing of Assington Hall as viewed from St Edmund's Church, Assington. Assington Hall was burned down in 1957.
St Edmund's Church, Assington
Church Micro 1257
St. Matthew's Church, Leavenheath.
Church Micro 10182 DNF

Cross stitch kneelers.
St. Matthew's Church, Leavenheath.
VS, Leavenheath
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
Church Micro 1885 DNF
Stained glass.
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
Hatchment to the Burman family of Smallbridge Hall.
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
George III. Royal Coat of arms.
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
Hatchment to Whitmore of Wiston.
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
North wall C15th wall painting of a dragon, painted over earlier work.
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
Colourful tiled floor.
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
C15th wall painting.
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
Decalogue.
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
Charlie says a few words.
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
Headstone of
Dr Jane Walker
.
St Mary the Virgin, Wissington.
Painted pipe organ originally from Canterbury Cathedral in 1777. Rebuilt by Henry Jones, 1865.
St James Church, Nayland
Church Micro 8011

William IV Royal Coat of Arms,
overpainted on George II.
St James Church, Nayland.

Painting in the reredos is 'Christ Blessing the Bread and Wine' by John Constable.
St James Church, Nayland.
Royal Coat of Arms. Shows the Arms of the Sovereign from 1816 to 1837. Casting made by Joseph Wallis of Colchester.
St James Church, Nayland.
Remains of the C15th rood screen panels.
St James Church, Nayland
Stained glass windows.
1. 1908 by
C.E.Kempe 1837-1907 2. 1930, by James Clark 1858-1943 3. c1900 by Berlison and Grylls.
St James Church, Nayland

Tomb of Lady Anne Windsor d.1615. Married Henry Windsor, 5th Baron Windsor.
St Mary's Church, Stoke-by-Nayland

Tomb of Lady Anne Windsor d.1615. Married Henry Windsor, 5th Baron Windsor.
St Mary's Church, Stoke-by-Nayland
Stained glass windows.
1. Clayton and Bell 1881 2. Clayton and Bell 1878 3. Clayton and Bell 1922 4. Clayton and Bell 1910
St Mary's Church, Stoke-by-Nayland
Stained glass windows.
1. J.B.Capronnier 1868 2. Clayton and Bell 1875 3. Clayton and Bell 1878 4. Clayton and Bell 1888
St Mary's Church, Stoke-by-Nayland
1. Tomb of Sir Frances Mannock 1st Baronet, d.1634. Alabaster monument by Nicholas Stone.
2. Hanoverian Royal Coat of Arms overwritten to VR for Queen Victoria.
3. Stained glass window by O'Connor and Taylor, 1876.
St Mary's Church, Stoke-by-Nayland.
1. Monumental brass to Sir William de Tendring c.1420.
2. Lady Catherine Howard, d.1465. Daughter of Sir William Molyns, and great-grandmother to Queen Catherine Howard.
3. Dame Dorothy Mannock, daughter of William Sanders, and wife of Sir Francis Mannock, d.1632.
St Mary's Church, Stoke-by-Nayland.
Choir stall,
St Mary's Church, Stoke-by-Nayland
Carved poppyhead.
St Mary's Church, Stoke-by-Nayland.
C15th octagonal font with symbols of the four Evangelists. At the base, the Rose and Sun emblem of Edward IV.
St Mary's Church, Stoke-by-Nayland

March 26th, 2018 continued

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