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December 31, 2004 12:19 AM   Subscribe

Earls Colne, Essex: Records of an English Village 1375-1854 ; and Domesday Witham, an Essex town. Pieces of Essex history.
posted by plep (4 comments total)

 
(actually the Earls Colne site is here).
posted by plep at 12:24 AM on December 31, 2004


Excellent

Cheers
posted by ZippityBuddha at 2:39 AM on December 31, 2004


So very interesting! I just started looking and found Henry Morley, who shows up for adultery, then slander, and then for steps taken against his for excommunication. He gets absolved, looks like he defaults a number of times, is part of a party of men arrayed and weaponed with swords bills staves corselets headpieces and other weapons that comes to drive the mill operator out over a dispute concerning who has the rights to the mill, and dies at 52.

Thanks, plep. I could spend days and days here.
posted by lobakgo at 9:04 AM on December 31, 2004


Thanks for this, I really enjoyed it. Well, I would, wouldn't I?
posted by essexjan at 10:17 AM on December 31, 2004


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