Title:
Monumental inscriptions at St Mary the Virgin, Little Baddow
Level: Category
Miscellaneous
Level: Fonds
MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS RECORDED BY ESSEX SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HISTORY
Scope and Content:
Monumental inscriptions in the church and churchyard, recorded 1996.
Includes indexes of persons, occupations, places outside Essex and places in Essex, with plans of church and churchyard.
Monuments in churchyard include those of Joseph Lambert (died 1841) and Frances Ward (died 1848), servants of Major General Strutt of Tofts, Little Baddow; Kenneth Mervyn Baskerville Cross, President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (died 1968); William Lindsell, church clerk for 59 years (died 1911); Flight Sub-Lieutenant Mosley Gordon Woodhouse of R.N.A.S. [Royal Naval Air Service], killed in Flanders 1917, and his brother Captain Lionel Mostyn Woodhouse of Royal Air Force, killed 1918 (also commemorated inside church); James Edward Tweed (died 1888, aged 10), erected by headmaster and scholars of Chelmsford Grammar School.
Monuments in church include those of Revd Charles Phillips (died 1801) and his wife Martha (died 1830), buried at Terling; William Brice Ady, archdeacon of Colchester (died 1882); Henry Mildmay esquire of Graces (died 1692); Mary Mildmay widow (died 1715); Elizabeth Waterson née Mildmay (died 1746); Sir Henry Mildmay of Graces (died 1639), recording that he was knighted in the field during Irish wars; John Strutt Johnson, midshipman, killed in action on HMS L'Aimable, 1804, and his brother Arthur Johnson, Lieutenant of 85th Regiment, killed 1813, sons of vicar; war memorial for First and Second World Wars; board listing rectors and vicars; framed rules of bell ringers [not transcribed] 1926.
Dates of Creation:
1996
Extent:
1 volume

Key terms

TypeKey termsDescription
Subjects Archdeacons Monumental inscription for archdeacon of Colchester, 1882
Subjects Architects Monumental inscription to Kenneth Cross, President of Royal Institute of British Architects, 1968
Subjects Aviation Monumental inscriptions to two brothers, in R.N.A.S. and R.A.F., killed 1917 and 1918
Subjects Bells Reference to bell ringers' rules, Little Baddow, 1926
Subjects Clergy Board listing rectors and vicars of Little Baddow, transcribed 1996
Subjects First World War War memorial, Little Baddow, recorded 1996
Subjects First World War War memorial, Little Baddow, recorded 1996
Subjects Military forces Monumental inscriptions to soldiers, sailor and airmen, Little Baddow, 1639-1918
Subjects Napoleonic Wars Monumental inscription for sailor and soldier, sons of vicar of Little Baddow, 1804 and 1813
Subjects Naval forces Monumental inscriptions to midshipman, 1804, and naval aviator, 1918
Subjects Parish clerks Monumental inscription to church clerk of Little Baddow, 1911
Subjects Schools King Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford; monumental inscription for [pupil?], 1888
Subjects Second World War War memorial, Little Baddow, recorded 1996
Subjects Servants Monumental inscription to two servants, Little Baddow, c.1848
Subjects Ships HMS L'Aimable; monumental inscription to midshipman, 1804
Subjects War memorials Little Baddow, First and Second World Wars, recorded 1996
Personal Names Elizabeth
Mildmay
later Waterson; Little Baddow, 1746
Personal Names Elizabeth
Waterson
née Mildmay; Little Baddow, 1746
Personal Names Frances
Ward
servant, Little Baddow, 1848
Personal Names Henry
Mildmay
Little Baddow 1692
Personal Names James Edward
Tweed
Little Baddow, 1888
Personal Names John Strutt
Johnson
midshipman, Little Baddow, 1804
Personal Names Joseph
Lambert
servant, Little Baddow, 1841
Personal Names Kenneth Mervyn Baskerville
Cross
architect, Little Baddow, 1968
Personal Names Martha
Phillips
Terling, 1830
Personal Names Mary
Mildmay
widow, Little Baddow, 1715
Personal Names William
Lindsell
church clerk, Little Baddow, 1911
Personal Names Captain
Lionel Mostyn
Woodhouse
Little Baddow, 1918
Personal Names Flight Sub-Lieutenant
Mosley Gordon
Woodhouse
Little Baddow, 1917
Personal Names Lieutenant
Arthur
Johnson
Little Baddow, 1813
Personal Names Major General
-
Strutt
Little Baddow, c.1848
Personal Names Revd.
Charles
Phillips
Terling, 1801
Personal Names Sir
Henry
Mildmay
Little Baddow, 1639
Personal Names Venerable
William Brice
Ady
archdeacon of Colchester, died 1882
Place Names Europe, Ireland Henry Mildmay of Little Baddow (died 1639) knighted during Irish wars
Place Names Terling Monumental inscription for Revd. Charles Phillips (vicar, died 1801) at Little Baddow
Place Names Church of St Mary the Virgin
Little Baddow
Monumental inscriptions in church and churchyard, recorded 1996
Place Names Graces
Little Baddow
Monumental inscriptions for Mildmay family, recorded 1996
Place Names King Edward VI Grammar School
Chelmsford
Monumental inscription for [pupil?], 1888
Place Names Tofts
Little Baddow
Monumental inscription to two servants, c.1848
Document Types Monumental inscriptions Little Baddow, church and churchyard of St. Mary the Virgin, recorded 1996
Institutions Church of England Monumental inscriptions at St. Mary the Virgin, Little Baddow, recorded 1996
Institutions Essex Society for Family History Monumental inscriptions at St. Mary the Virgin, Little Baddow, recorded by, 1996
Institutions Great Britain and Ireland, Army, 85th Regiment Monumental inscription for lieutenant killed 1813
Institutions Great Britain and Ireland, Navy Monumental inscription for midshipman killed on HMS L'Aimable, 1804
Institutions Great Britain and Ireland, Navy, Royal Naval Air Service Monumental inscription for Flight Sub-Lieutenant killed in Flanders, 1917
Institutions Great Britain and Ireland, Royal Air Force Monumental inscription for officer killed 1918
Institutions HMS L'Aimable Monumental inscription for midshipman, killed 1804
Institutions King Edward VI Grammar School Chelmsford; monumental inscription for [pupil?], 1888
Institutions Royal Institute of British Architects Monumental inscription for Kenneth Cross, President, 1968