Index to the Stacey Albums at Saffron WaldenTown Library

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Callin, Nathaniel 1.1 87
Cambridge House School 5.1 21
Carnival (1961) 1.2 147
  • Do.
2.2 91
Cannon Billy 2.2 88
Carmelite convent 5.2 89
CarnivalSee also under “Hospital” (many refs.)
Carol, Old May Day 3.2 197
Castle 1.1 2
  • Do.
1.2 177-8
  • Do.
2.1 19
  • Do.
3.2 148-9
  • Do.
3.2 189
  • Do.
4.1 62
  • Do.
4.1 68
  • Do.
4.1 74
  • Do.
4.2 83
  • Do.
4.2 113
  • Do.
5.1 47-8
  • Do.
5.2 72
  • Do.
5.2 88
Castle Hedingham potter (C.Bingham) 5.1 48
Castle Hill House 1.2 117
  • Do.
1.2 128
Castle Street
  • Five Bells (c.1920)
5.1 26
  • General
2.3 163-4
  • Do.
2.3 192
  • Do.
3.1 18-21
  • Do.
3.2 147
  • Do.
4.1 63
  • Do.
4.2 120
  • Nos. 19-23
5.1 3
  • Nos. 20-2
5.1 4
  • Nos. 20-2
5.1 17
  • Nos. 59-63
5.1 10
  • No. 91
4.2 114
  • Nos. 93-5-7
1.2 156-7
  • ?
4.2 98
  • Methodist Chapel
1.1 46
  • Reeds
5.1 4
  • Residents in 1904
1.1 96-7
  • Tyers Yard
5.2 62
Cates Corner 1.1 32
  • Do.
5.1 19
Catons Lane 2.1 29
Cattle market 1.1 21
  • Do.
1.1 23
  • Do.
4.1 71
  • Do
4.2 86
  • Do.
5.3 157
Cemetery
  • Consecration (1954)
2.2 121-4
  • General
2.1 30
  • W. Parish
3.2 167
“Chained” book at Trinity Hall library 5.3 132
Charities

See also under “Dreys” (4.1/58)
2.3 197-8
Charity School boy (c 1870) 4.2 91
Charles, Prince (at prep. school) 5.3 188
Charters
  • Edward VI (1549)
1.1 13
  • Do.
4.1 73
  • Elizabeth I (1559)
1.1 13
  • Grant of market 1514
1.1 13
  • Guild of Holy Trinity
1.1 10-1
  • James II
1.1 15
  • Mary 1st seal on 1553
1.1 89

Chater, Wm. (Hollyhock autumn

1858 catalogue)
5.3 159-60
Cheffins sale yard 5.3 157-8
  • Do.
5.3 161
Chesterford, Little(fire) 5.2 89
Chesterford Park
  • General (before World War 1)
5.3 191
  • Ordnance map
5.3 186
Chesterton Cycle Club (Len Dix) 5.2 119
Chestnut Avenue 2.1 52
  • Do.
5.2 113
Christian Brethren (Gold Street) 4.2 154
Church
  • Before 1831
1.1 26-7
  • Choir
2.3 204
  • Churchyard
2.1 19
  • Do.
2.3 163
  • Coloured
2.3 183
  • Dibdin, T.C.
5.2 80
  • Football team (1911-2)
5.2 96
  • General
1.1 2
  • Do.
1.1 14
  • Do.
1.1 26
  • Do.
1.1 28-9
  • Do.
1.1 46
  • Do.
1.2 139
  • Do.
2.1 14
  • Do.
2.1 55-6
  • Do
2.1 65
  • Do.
3.1 24-33
  • Do. (from deer park)
3.2 117
  • Do.
3.2 158-63
  • Do
4.1 1
  • Do.
4.1 63
  • Do.
4.1 68
  • Do.
4.2 98
  • Do.
4.2 102
  • Do.
5.1 2
  • Do.
5.2 62-3
  • Do.
5.2 66
  • Do.
5.2 88
  • Do.
5.3 142
  • History
2.1 57
  • Lecture (aerial picture)
4.2 87-8
  • Magazine (history)
3.2 159
  • Nave
  • Boss on roof
5.2 65
  • General
1.1 29
  • Do.
2.1 20
  • Organ
2.1 57
  • Do.
5.2 65
  • Print
2.3 205
  • Robinson
1.1 27
  • “Songs of Praise”
5.2 71-2
  • Spire, work on (1975)
5.2 77
  • Statues
1.1 33
  • Tombstones, removal of
3.1 31-2
  • Weather cock
5.2 64
Church path conversion (1958) 3.1 32-3
  • Do.()
3.2 160
  • Do.
3.2 190
  • Do.
4.2 128
  • Do.
4.2 133
Church Street
  • General
1.2 129
  • Do.
1.2 160
  • Do.
2.1 60
  • Do.
2.2 77
  • Do.
3.1 33-5
  • Do.
3.1 62-6
  • Do.
3.1 85
  • Do.
3.2 143
  • Do.
3.2 148
  • Do.
5.1 58
  • King’s Arms
1.2 154-5
  • Long House
4.1 64
  • No. 24 (Player connection)
4.1 64
  • Nos. 3-11
5.1 146
  • No. 34
5.2 295
  • Reynolds
1.2 154-5
  • Vincents
5.3 131-2
Churchwardens’ accounts (1478) 4.2 158
Clarke, Joshua 3.2 118
Clarke, Kathleen (Adams Lane) 2.2 73
Claypits 2.2 72
  • Do.
3.1 58
Cleales (King Street)
  • (former Post Office)
1.1 92-3
Clealls (sic)
  • 1920
4.2 118
  • New showrooms on Station Road
5.2 68
Cloptons Farm 5.3
  • Sale particulars 1808
143
  • Meaning of “copy hold”
5.3 144
Close, The (High Street)
  • Chapel
3.2 167
  • Do.
4.1 7-8
  • Demolition
1.1 81-3
  • General
1.1 76
  • Do.
1.1 79
  • Do.
3.1 39
  • Do.
3.1 43
  • Do.
3 .1 57
  • Do.
5.2 83
  • Moore fireplace
1.1 80-1
  • West Grinstead
1.1 80
  • West Grinstead sale particulars
1.1 80
  • c.1854
1.1 78
  • Do.
1.1 80
Close Garden
  • General
1.1 77
  • Do.
3.2 157
  • Well head
5.2 87
Cloth Hall (King Street) 1.1 89
Coal and clothing clubs 3.2 191
Cobham’s Air Flights (1933) 4.1 53-4
Cockpit 2.1 30
Cole End 2.2 105
Collar, H. See under “Dunn”(2.1/20)
Collar, Mr. & Mrs. 3.1 70
College of St. Mark See under “Almshouses” (1.2/102 et al)
Collin (sic) Turner(solicitor) 2.3 162
Do. (Nats Club) 4.2 104
Common
  • Bridge over Slade
4.1 6
  • Convent
5.2 89
  • Fair on Common
  • Abolition
5.1 38
  • Aerial
4.2 143
  • Tolls
5.1 35-7
  • Common Hill
3.1 22-3
  • Gemmett’s coloured picture)
5.2 103
  • General
1.1 58-9
  • Do.
1.2 128
  • Do.
1.2 139
  • Do.
1.2 167
  • Do.
2.1 14
  • Do.
3 123-3
  • Maze
1.2 128
  • Pre 1887
4.2 87
  • Repository horse sale
2.1 14
  • Thanksgiving Service 1945
5.2 107
  • Toboggan
3.2 132
  • Do.
4.2 148
  • 1887 Jubilee tree-planting
5.2 103
  • Do.
4.1 64
Common Hill Priory 1.1 60-1
  • Do.
3.1 22
  • Do.
3.1 24
  • Do.
3.1 31
  • Do.
3.2 131
  • Do.
4.1 64
  • Do.
5.1 55
Comrades’ Club (opening c. 1929-30) 3.1 15

Congregational Church

  • 1694 Building
1.1 41
  • General
1.1 40
  • Do.
3.1 79
  • Do.
3.2 154-5
  • Do. (…)
3.2 157
  • Do.
4.1 63
  • Do.
5.2 82
  • New hall (chant to commemorate
  • opening 5/5/73)
3.2 154
  • Do.
5.1 59
Convent, Carmelite (aerial view before demolition 1982)
5.2 89
  • Do.
5.2 82
  • Soldiers billeted in vestry (WW1)
5.1 15
Co-operative Society (50 years’ history) 4.1 39-42
Copping, A.C. (wedding) 3.1 89
  • Do.
5.1 25

Copt Hall (Buildings field, mill, terrace, farm, later Ashdon
Road & 1881 occupiers)

1.1 57
Cork Club 1.2 138

Corn Exchange
  • Back view of
1.1 23
  • Building replaced by Maynards
1.1 17
  • General
1.1 15
  • Do.
1.1 19
  • Do.
1.1 25
  • Do.
4.1 62
  • Do.
3.1 44
  • Do.
3.2 136
  • Do.
4.2 120
  • Do.
5.1 2
  • Do. (21/9/75)
5.2 76
Coronation
  • Undated
1.1 96-7
  • Do.
2.1 16
  • Do.
2.1 68
  • Do.
2.3 203
  • Do.
4.1 76
  • Do.
4.2 206
  • Do.
4.2 155
  • Do.
5.1 11
  • 1838
5.1 30-2
  • 1901
2.1 19
  • 1902
3.2 106-7
  • 1911
3.1 88
  • Do.
3.2 106-7
  • Do.
3.2 119
  • Do.
3.2 143
  • Do.
4.1 3
  • Do.
5.1 11
  • Do.
5.3 135
Coughton, T.W. (died abt April 2 1965) 4.1 34
Council
  • Coronation (1937)(news cutting)
4.2 140
  • Officers’ duties (18/1/1912)
5.3 185
  • Old & new robes
3.2 180-1
  • Undated
3.1 6
  • Do.
5.2 80
  • 1879
3.2 165
  • 1911-2
5 …
  • 1953
3.1 2
  • 1958
3.1 3
  • 1958
4.1 25
  • 1963
4.1 46
  • 1968
4.2 132
  • 1973
5.1 20
Council accounts (1883) 5.3 184

Council chamber  See also inside cover of Volume 3

2.1 25
Council (in procession)
  • Allen
3.1  1
  • Bell (1906)
3.2 124
  • Coronation (1911)
5.1 11
  • General
1.2 129
  • Do.
1.2 158
  • Do.
2.1 22
  • Do.
2.1 68
  • Hart, W.E.
5.1  7
  • SBW 1942
1.2  14
  • 1912
2.3 166
  • 1953, 1940
 3.1 4-7
  • 1954
 2.2 71-2
Country Dance Club (at Clacton) 5.2 82

County High School

  • Aerial
4.2 141
  • General
4.2 147-8
Coursing 4.1 81
Courts, Consolidation of Boro’ 5.3 184
Crawtes
  • General
4.2 95
  • Museum Street infants
4.1 26
Crawtes, Jack, Don, & Bernard 1905 4.2 95

Crawley Agrimotor

3.2 179
Cricket
  • Comrades
3.2 168
  • General
3.1 23
  • Do.
3.2 187
  • Do.
4.1 6
  • Do.
4.1 31
  • Do.
4.1 47-9
  • Do.
4.1 60
  • Old scores
5.2 120
  • Rules 1882
4.1 48
  • 1921
1.2 166
  • 1921; 1900
1.2 168-9
  • 1960
2.2 103-4
Crickmore, Len, B.E.M. (retirement) 4.2 145-6
Crocus sativus 5.2 67
Cross Keys 1.1 75
  • Do. (after timbers exposed)
1.1 88
  • Do. (before timbers exposed)
2.1 30
  • Do.
3.1 38-9
  • Do.
3.2 102
  • Do.
4.2 103
  • Do.
5.1 51
  • Do.
5.2 120
Cross Street
  • General
3.1 48-50
  • H.E.Hayward
4.1 43
  • Millers
5.3 163
Cuckingstool End Street 1.1 43
  • Do.
1.1 71
  • Do.
1.1 73
  • Do.
2.1 8
  • Do.
2.1 14-8
Cullin, Nathaniel 1.1 87
Custerson, Jas. 2.1 24
Custerson (Mayor’s Dinner – Nov. 1933) 5.2 88
Custerson, Mrs. C. 1.2 142
Cycling Club
General 5.1 47-8
  • Ipswich
4.2 116
  • 1888 (some of cyclists visit)
5.1 27-8
  • 1894
4.1 74
  • 1895
4.1 29
  • 1898
2.3 179
  • 1903
2.1 39
  • 1903
3.2 164
  • 1911
4.1 25