1. 1884 Essex Earthquake. Pages 34 and 35 of a report - source not known but some paragraphs are identical to quotations from the Essex Telegraph used in The Great ...
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2. 1884 Essex Earthquake report, pages 36 and 37.
Covers Langenhoe, the Rose Inn, Peldon windmill (residence and business place of Mrs S. Went) and the ...
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3. 1884 Earthquake report pages 38 and 39.
The Residence of Mr Hugh Green continued. The house is on the Peldon side of the Strood. In The Great English ...
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4. 1884 Essex Earthquake Report, pages 40 and 41.
West Mersea continued. Great Wigborough.
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5. 1884 Essex Earthquake report.
Summary of parishes, population, buildings repaired, financial contributions.
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6. A ghost of a church. Daily Mail article on Langenhoe church, speculating that it was demolished because of alleged paranormal happenings in the 1940.
Date: 13 July 2007
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