Ancestors lost in the crowd?
New to family history research?
Perhaps these articles on our website may help:
Census 1841 - 1911
Birth, Death and Marriage Registration
The London Gazette
Places to visit in Essex
|Royal Gunpowder Mills. Explore the explosive history of the Royal Gunpowder Mills.|
|St Peter's Chapel. Chapel built in 654 by St Cedd from Roman bricks. Situated under the large skies and beautiful expanse of the Essex Marshes.|
|Hedingham Castle. Norman keep built c.1140. With a magnificent Banqueting Hall and beautiful grounds.|
|Easton Lodge Gardens. A beautiful, romantic and magical 23-acre garden.|
|Colchester Castle and Musuem. Step into 2000 years of history.|
|Mistley Towers. Two imposing towers which are the remains of a Robert Adams' church.|
|Hadleigh Castle. Ruined castle with fine views of the Thames estuary.|
|Tilbury Fort. Vast artillery fort protecting the River Thames approach to London.|
|Audley End. Grand house once owned by Charles II.|
|Prior's Hall Barn. Impressive medieval barn.|
|Grange Barn. 13th-century monastic barn.|
|Cressing Temple. Historic site including two fine Templar barns.|
|Paycocke's House. c.1500 merchant's house.|
|St. Botolph's Priory. Remains of Augustinian priory.|
|Marks Hall. Gardens and Arboretum.|
|Bourne Mill. Picturesque water mill owned by the National Trust.