Report on the East Anglian Earthquake of 22 April 1884

Essex Field Club Special Memoirs Vol I.
Pages relating to Mersea and surrounding villages have been scanned.
Mersea Museum does not have a copy of this report. The complete book is available in the Local Studies section of Colchester Library E551 22. and is now available online at archive.org/details/reportsoneastan00fegoog.
Author: Raphael Meldola and William White.

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 Essex Field Club Special Memoirs Vol. I
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake of April 22nd 1884, by
 Raphael Meldola and William White.
 Published MacMillan & Co., and The Essex Field Club, 1885.  MAW_C007MAW_C007
Essex Field Club Special Memoirs Vol. I
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake of April 22nd 1884, by
Raphael Meldola and William White.
Published MacMillan & Co., and The Essex Field Club, 1885.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, page 44.
 Population, buildings repaired etc., by Parish.  MAW_P044MAW_P044
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, page 44.
Population, buildings repaired etc., by Parish.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, page 59.
 Abberton. Lion Inn.  MAW_P059MAW_P059
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, page 59.
Abberton. Lion Inn.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 60 and 61.
 Abberton contd.  MAW_P060MAW_P060
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 60 and 61.
Abberton contd.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 62 and 63.
 Abberton contd.
 Layer de la Haye
 Layer Breton
 Layer Marney  MAW_P062MAW_P062
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 62 and 63.
Abberton contd.
Layer de la Haye
Layer Breton
Layer Marney
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 64 and 65.
 Langenhoe.  MAW_P064MAW_P064
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 64 and 65.
Langenhoe.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 66 and 67.
 Langenhoe contd.
 Peldon  MAW_P066MAW_P066
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 66 and 67.
Langenhoe contd.
Peldon
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 68 and 69.
 Peldon. The Rose Inn, Peldon Mill.
 Peet Tye Hall (Langenhoe) and Moor Farm.  MAW_P068MAW_P068
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 68 and 69.
Peldon. The Rose Inn, Peldon Mill.
Peet Tye Hall (Langenhoe) and Moor Farm.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 70 and 71.
 Peldon contd. Twisted Chimney at the Rose Inn, Peldon.
 Strood Villa, residence of Mr Hugh Green. [Strood Villa was later renamed Pyefleet House].
 School and Schoolmaster's house near Strood Villa.  MAW_P070MAW_P070
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 70 and 71.
Peldon contd. Twisted Chimney at the Rose Inn, Peldon.
Strood Villa, residence of Mr Hugh Green. [Strood Villa was later renamed Pyefleet House].
School and Schoolmaster's house near Strood Villa.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 72 and 73.
 Great Wigborough - Rev. F. Watson. Damage at farm-houses Moulsham', Seaborough, Brick House. Houses belonging to Mr Blythe, Mr C. Harvey, Mrs Cause. Kings Head Inn.
 Little Wigborough
 Rev. Edward Musselwhite wrote about Virley Church.  MAW_P072MAW_P072
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 72 and 73.
Great Wigborough - Rev. F. Watson. Damage at farm-houses Moulsham', Seaborough, Brick House. Houses belonging to Mr Blythe, Mr C. Harvey, Mrs Cause. Kings Head Inn.
Little Wigborough
Rev. Edward Musselwhite wrote about Virley Church.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 74 and 75.
 West Mersea. The guide was Mr Larman, the chief officer of the coastguard station. Rev. T.R. Musselwhite. Orleans Cottage, The Hall, Brick House, White Hart Inn. National School and schoolmaster Mr Thorpe.  MAW_P074MAW_P074
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 74 and 75.
West Mersea. The guide was Mr Larman, the chief officer of the coastguard station. Rev. T.R. Musselwhite. Orleans Cottage, The Hall, Brick House, White Hart Inn. National School and schoolmaster Mr Thorpe.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 76 and 77.
 West Mersea contd. St Peter's Well. Cross Farm.  MAW_P076MAW_P076
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 76 and 77.
West Mersea contd. St Peter's Well. Cross Farm.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 78 and 79.
 West Mersea - Barrow Farm.
 East Mersea - Mr George Round.
 Bradwell  MAW_P078MAW_P078
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, pages 78 and 79.
West Mersea - Barrow Farm.
East Mersea - Mr George Round.
Bradwell
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, page 227, Plate IV.
 Map showing Surface Geology of the Area of Damage. Supericial geology is taken from W.H. Dalton's Survey map 48 SW. Drawing by William White.  MAW_P227MAW_P227
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, page 227, Plate IV.
Map showing Surface Geology of the Area of Damage. Supericial geology is taken from W.H. Dalton's Survey map 48 SW. Drawing by William White.
1885
 Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, page 231, Plate II.
 Sites of structural damage by earthquake of 22 April 1884. Reprinted from Symon's Meteorological Magazine for May 1884.  MAW_P231MAW_P231
Report on the East Anglian Earthquake by Meldola and White, page 231, Plate II.
Sites of structural damage by earthquake of 22 April 1884. Reprinted from Symon's Meteorological Magazine for May 1884.
1885
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