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  ESSEX, England, UK. @UK - England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Complete UK holiday guide to help plan your ...
A county of eastern England, to the north of the Thames Estuary.
Essex has no mountains or hills but the chalk uplands of the north-west make up for the lack of more rugged beauty.
Finchingfield is supposedly the prettiest village in Essex, with fl and white timbered houses around a village pond.
www.atuk.co.uk /england/essex.htm   (301 words)

 Real Essex - Real Essex   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Essex boasts a strong maritime heritage; coastal towns such as Burnham-on-Crouch (the Cowes of the East), Wivenhoe and Brightlingsea all come to life in the summer with yachts, fishing and watersports.
Southend has established a reputation for an exciting calendar of events throughout the year whilst in Clacton the emphasis is on traditional family entertainment, both resorts are famous for their parks and gardens and offer stunning displays in the summer.
Essex has something for everyone, so whether you are footloose and fancy free or looking for a relaxing family retreat, look no further than Essex.
www.realessex.co.uk   (325 words)

 Camelot Village: Britain's Heritage and History
Essex covers nearly 1,500 square miles and features the former royal hunting ground of Epping Forest (since 1882 controlled by the City of London), the marshy coastal headland of the Naze and the site of London's third airport of Stansted.
Essex enjoys a strategically brilliant position in that it is not very far from the city of London yet far enough to allow for a peaceful existence.
Essexís local government: The County of Essex has two-tier local government for a large part of its territory, with Essex County Council and 12 District Councils providing the local services: they are Basildon, Braintree, Brentwood, Castle Point, Chelmsford, Colchester, Epping Forest, Harlow, Maldon, Rochford, Tendring and Uttlesford.
www.camelotintl.com /heritage/counties/england/essex.html   (999 words)

 SocietyGuardian.co.uk | Society | Essex: England's frontier territory
It is easy to dismiss Essex as a blank sheet on which governments and planners can write their housing fantasies anew, and indeed it is widely thought that to build in Essex is not to intrude upon any countryside, because Essex has none.
Essex's coast constitutes one of the great natural and wildlife habitats in Europe, but there is certainly room for more housing in Essex, particularly in the Thames Gateway area.
Yet despite its proximity to London, Essex is rarely regarded as one of the home counties, with all the respectable domesticity the phrase implies.
society.guardian.co.uk /housingdemand/story/0,14488,1347078,00.html   (696 words)

 AllRefer.com - Essex, county, England (British And Irish Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Essex, county, England, British And Irish Political Geography
The chief crops of Essex are wheat, barley, sugar beets, potatoes, fruits, and vegetables.
Essex was once part of the kingdom of the East Saxons; Roman and Saxon remains are at Colchester and Maldon.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/E/EssexEng.html   (235 words)

 Essex County Council
Getting Essex Moving explains how the council is battling congestion caused by the huge increase in the number of cars in the county while supporting public transport improvements.
The council´s work in ensuring that as many Essex people as possible are able to live within supportive communities and reach their full potential is explored in Independence and Opportunity.
Supporting Essex Families and Children covers the work of the County Council as a children support agency, helping children and families through difficult times and ensuring the best possible education for pupils in the county´s 575 schools.
www.essexcc.gov.uk   (152 words)

 MSN Encarta - Essex (England)
Essex (England), county, southeastern England; Chelmsford is the administrative center.
Essex comprises a lowland area of gently rolling terrain.
conquest of Essex by Egbert, king of Wessex
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761570076/Essex_(England).html   (81 words)

 The Probert Encyclopaedia - Places of the World (Eg-Ez)
Essex County is a county in the State of Massachusetts, USA
Essex Fells is a township in Essex County New Jersey, USA
Essex Junction is a village in Chittenden County Vermont, USA
www.galgani.it /free_encyclopedia/G9A.HTM   (10137 words)

 Essex, Vermont, New England, USA
Essex can be a bit confusing in the same way as the town of Chittenden and Washington: neither is in the county of the same name.
The name could derive from any of a number of sources, back to Essex, England; Benning Wentworth's specific intent is not known.
The Earl of Essex at the time was William Anne Holles Capel, Lord of the Bedchamber and Master of the Royal Staghounds, not exactly highly placed in the peerage.
www.virtualvermont.com /towns/essex.html   (328 words)

 Essex's Past from ArcUser magazine
In Essex, England, the County Council's Archaeology Section has often led the way in the use of computing.
GIS is now an essential tool for understanding Essex's past and is making an increasingly important contribution to the conservation of that past for the future.
Paul Gilman holds a bachelor of arts degree in archaeology from the University of Durham, England, and a certificate in archaeology from the University of Oxford, England.
www.esri.com /news/arcuser/1099/essex.html   (2119 words)

 CAMP Family History of Littlebury Essex England - cfpg03 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Walter George STARLING-5 was born in 1883 in Catmere End Littlebury Essex England.
She was buried on 29 Sep 1971 in Littlebury Cemetry, Saffron Walden, Essex, England.
Thomas John AMEY-30 was born in 1862 in Buriton Southampton Hampshre England.
www.campgenealogy.com /files/cfpg03.htm   (144 words)

 Richardsons from Hounslow Heath - Smith Family of Chelmsford
They returned to England sometime after 1877 and eventually ended up on a farm which they were said to have owned at a place known as "Cheltenham" in Chelmsford.
Sarah was born in 1847 in Woodham Ferris, Essex, England.
Annie SMITH was born in 1873 in Offley, Hertford, England.
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 Essex, Iowa
Essex is located in Southwest Iowa in Page County near the Nishnabotna River.
Essex is served by Farmers Telephone Company as their local exchange carrier.
Essex is known for the Labor Day celebration which is help the first weekend in September.
www.netins.net /ricweb/community/essex/essex.htm   (664 words)

 Essex   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Essex is a county located northeast of London, part of the East of England region.
Because of its proximity to London and the economic magnetism which that city exerts, many of Essex's settlements function as dormitory towns or villages where London workers raise their families.
The pattern of settlement in the county is diverse.
www.yotor.com /wiki/en/es/Essex.htm   (602 words)

 CHELMSFORD - Online Information article about CHELMSFORD
BOROUGH (A.S. nominative burh, dative byrig, which produces some of the place-names ending in bury, a sheltered or fortified place, the camp of refuge of a tribe, the stronghold of a chieftain; cf.
England, in the Chelmsford parlia- mentary See also:
In 1225 Chelmsford was made the centre for the collection of fifteenths from the county of Essex, and in 1227 it became the See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /CHA_CHR/CHELMSFORD.html   (629 words)

The Essex Municipal Landfill property is located at Dump Road off Route 154 in Essex, Middlesex County, Connecticut.
Between 1982 and 1988, Essex was cited several times by CT DEP for regulatory violations in the practice of bulky waste disposal at the property.
In 1985, CT DEP issued Essex a permit which allowed the disposal of only municipal solid waste in a designated area on the property but prohibited the burning of such waste.
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 John Kitchen (ca. 1610-1676) - England & Salem, Essex co., MA
Elizabeth was born in 1643 in Salem, Essex co., MA and baptized as "Kitchin, Eliza[beth]" in Salem, Essex co., MA on 12d:1m:1643
Robert was born in 1655 in Salem, Essex co., MA and died in Salem, Essex co., MA on 28 October 1712; he was 57.
Benjamin was born on 28d:6m:1660 in Salem, Essex co., MA and died as "Kitchin, Benjamin" on 15d:7m:1660 in Salem, Essex co., MA iv.
xenia.media.mit.edu /~kristin/fambly/Kitchen/JohnKitchen.html   (1027 words)

 Shermans of Yaxley, Essex, England
SHERMAN was born 1396 in Yaxley, Suffolk County, England, and died 1487 in Yaxley, Suffolk, England.
1470 in Yaxley, Suffolk County, England, and died 1528 in Yaxley, Suffolk County, England.
She was born 1495 in Wartham, Suffolk, England, (dau.
members.aol.com /thanesherm/shermanyaxley02.htm   (2974 words)

 Sergeant John Emery, Jr. (1628/9-1693) - Romsey, Hampshire, England & Newbury, Essex co., MA
Judith was born on 5 February 1672 in Newbury, Essex co., MA xi.
Lidia was born on 19 February 1674 in Newbury, Essex co., MA On 23 May 1696 when Lidia was 22, she an intention of marriage was filed for a marriage to Joseph BROWNE, in Newbury, Essex co., MA xii.
The Essex Antiquarian, (13 vols.)(n.p., 1897-1909), [EssexAnt], 1:140,1147; 4:114.
alumni.media.mit.edu /~kristin/fambly/Emery/JohnEmery4.html   (1210 words)

 birding facts Birding Resources by the Fat Birder
Essex is heavily populated; this means that a lot of public areas are intensively used by the public, which means early mornings are quite commonplace on Essex birders days in the field.
Essex Bird Reports and the excellent magazine Essex Birding are produced by the Essex Birdwatching Society (EBWS) and are obtainable from the Membership Secretary.
East Tilbury, on the Essex shore of the Thames, may not have the atmosphere of Cley or Titchwell but on a good day - and there are many, even in an average year - it can deliver just as good a buzz.
www.fatbirder.com /links_geo/europe/england_essex.html   (1874 words)

 CPREssex - the Essex branch of CPRE>   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Two very important decisions were taken at the AGM of CPREssex held at Widdington, to the south of Saffron Walden, on Saturday 2 October held under the chairmanship of Lord Petre, the President of CPREssex and Lord Lieutenant of Essex.
The Campaign to Protect Rural Essex, CPREssex, is the county branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England.
CPREssex, registered charity no.1094178, is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England, no 4536412, which exists to promote the beauty, tranquillity and diversity of rural Essex by encouranging the sustainable use of land and other natural resources in town and country.
www.cpressex.freeuk.com   (816 words)

 Prentices of the Colnes, Essex County, England
The Prentices of the Colnes, Essex County, England
It should be noted that available research in New England research has not yet disclosed the emigrant Henry's wife's maiden surname name, or her date or place of birth or marriage.
Morant, in his History and Antiquities of Essex (1768) states that West Hall was one of the four manors of Paglesham and that it derived its name from its situation a mile west of the church.
www.prenticenet.com /news/99/prentices_colnes_england.htm   (6746 words)

 Birth Records, Marriage Records, Death Records. Parish & Proabate Record Databases. Vital Records & Certificates.
England and Wales, Civil Registration Index: 1837-1900 A collection of indexes to Birth, Marriage, and Death records for England and Wales, between 1837 and 1900.
Essex County, Massachusetts Marriages to 1850: Newburyport An extraction of the marriage records for Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850: Newburyport.
Essex, England: Parish and Probate Records A collection of parish and probate records in England and Wales, from the 1500s to the 1800s.
www.genealogy.org /category.asp?cat=bmd   (5914 words)

 Europe - England - U. Essex
Essex University is located in Colchester which used to be the capital of England is the oldest recorded town.
Students at Essex can choose from a wide variety of second and third year courses.
An alternative is to take 4 classes at Essex (earning 3 DPU credits) after participating in the Pre-Session Progromme at the University of Lancaster.
www.depauw.edu /univ/international/offcampus/dpuengess.asp   (451 words)

 Find New England Sites - ESSEX LANDFILL
The Essex Landfill property is located off Route 2A in Essex, Chittenden County, Vermont.
The Essex Landfill property was purchased in three separate acquisitions between 1966 and 1967 and is currently owned by the Town of Essex.
A Report on Subsurface Hydrologic Conditions at Essex Landfill was prepared by Civil Engineering Associates, Inc. In 1986, Lamoureux Consulting Engineer and Land Surveyor prepared a report titled Engineering Report for the Essex Sanitary Landfill.
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 BBC NEWS | England | Essex | DVD pirate's pitch ends in arrest
Staff said they were very interested indeed in what he had to sell, but when he realised where he was he ran off, leaving his wares and £210 in cash.
He was questioned by the same officers who had earlier been offered the illegal titles before he was released on bail.
Peter Martin, Essex County Council's cabinet member in charge of Trading Standards, said: "It would be great if all pushers of counterfeit goods would come to our offices to try and sell their wares.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/england/essex/3874417.stm   (215 words)

 Maldon Archaeology, Maldon, Essex, England, UK
Prompted by the millennium of the Battle of Maldon (AD 991) this book sets the historic battle in the context both of chronological history and of events outside the narrow confines of Maldon and Essex.
The Battle of Maldon and the story of Essex earldorman Bryhtnoth's heroic last stand has been immortalised by an Old English Poem - one of the most important fragments of Anglo-Saxon literature to have survived to our day.
Pat was often assisted by his son Kelvin on archaeological projects and it is Kelvin who now presents some of Pat's outstanding work on the Internet.
www.maldonsx.freeserve.co.uk   (720 words)

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