Index to the Stacey Albums at Saffron WaldenTown Library

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M.11 – Chestnut Avenue 5.2 113
Maces 1.2 119
  • Do.
3.1 3
MacPherson, Sandy (visit to High Street Baptist Chapel) 2.3 180
Madgate Slade (Reconstruction 1967) 2.2 70

Mafeking, Relief of

2.1 31
Magistrates 2.2 92

Mahon, Dr.H.

4.1 11
Male voice choir 2.1 37-8
Mallinson, Sir Stuart 5.2 99
Mandeville Road 3.2 126

Manoeuvres 1912

3.1 73
Mansell, H. & Son (Photographers – 6 Gold St.) 5.2 94
Maps
  • Essex
1.1 4
  • Do.
4.2 160
  • Do.
5.1 40
  • Freshwell Hundred
2.2 84
  • High Street area (1877 ordnance)
5.3 137
  • Market Place
1.1 24
  • Mount Pleasant Road
5.3 138
  • Town centre
1.1 3
  • Do.
1.1 84
  • Do.
3.2 101
Marcusson, Knud Horby (A Scout friend) 5.1 17
Margaret Way 3.2 142
Mark, College of St. (almshouses) 1.2 102 et al
Market
  • Closure of Borough market
5.3 157-8
  • General See under “Charters”
1.1 13
  • Do. Also see under “Cattle market”
1.1 21 et al
Geoffrey de Mandeville 4.2 152
Market Hill
  • East end of Swan Inn
3.1 51
  • General
1.1 23
  • Do.
3.1 50
  • Do.
3.1 52
  • Do.
3.1 60
  • Do.
3.1 71
  • Do.
3.1 85
  • Do.
4.1 3
  • Do
4.1 64
  • Do.
4.1 68
  • Do.
4.2 83
  • Do.
4.2 95
  • Do.
5.1 29
  • Passage behind Tanners
2.1 30
Market Passage 3.1 49
Market Place
  • Barclay’s
4.2 135
  • Boots (1973)
5.1 53
  • Corn Exchange
1.1 19
  • Coronation (1901)
2.1 19
  • Dr. Soarby’s House
1.1 20
  • Do.
3.2 137
  • Gayhomes
4.2 103
  • General
1.1 18
  • Do.
1.1 28
  • Do.
1.1 31
  • Do.
1.2 115
  • Do.
1.2 120
  • Do.
1.2 128
  • Do.
3.1 44
  • Do.
3.2 136-9
  • Do.
4.1 4
  • Do.
5.1 24
  • Do.
5.1 54
  • Do.
5.2 70
  • Horse Fair
2.1 19
  • Map 1758
1.1 24
  • “Rose and Crown”
3.1 47
  • Do.
3.1 50
  • Do.
4.1 71
  • Stocks (Market Square)
2.1 9
  • Do.
3.1 44
  • Do.
3.2 149
  • West Bank
4.1 80
  • Youngman photos (1854-5)
4.1 5
  • Do.
4.1 9-10
  • c.1820
1.1 16
  • ?
1.1 85
Market Row
  • General
1.2 120-1
  • Do.
3.1 49
  • Do.
3.2 176
  • Do.
5.3 168
  • Goulds
5.3 161
  • Hayward
4.1 43
Market Street
  • Decorated plaster work
3.2 142
  • General
4.1 54
  • No. 1 (Woodward & Priday, late Dr. Henry Streer – Closure of Cheffin’s sale yard)
5.3 157-8
  • Site of Town Hall
3.1 89
  • Watson’s
4.1 43
Marking, Frank (cricket) See also under “Marking, Isaac”

5.2

115
3.2 102
Marking, Henry (& Concorde) 5.2 91-2
Marking, Isaac
  • Cricket
5.2 115
  • Daughters (3)
3.1 70
  • Frank
3.2 102
  • General
3.1 51
  • Isaac Junior
4 …
  • Shop & Player connection
4.1 64
Marsh, A.C. (Sgt. at mace)
  • General
2.1 24
  • Do.
3.1 1
  • Top of Castle Street bakery
3.2 186
Martin, Alfred
(Miss Gibson’s coachman)
3.2 129
Mary (Queen) (Seal on first charter) 1.1 89
Masonic Ladies’ Night 5.2 126
  • Do. (Dinner Len P’s guests)
5.2 126
Matilda, Empress (Great seal of) 4.2 152
May Day
  • Old Carol
3.2 197
  • “Scramble” outside Owen Baker’s shop in Debden Road
5.1 12
  • Do.
5.2 78
  • Do.
5.3 136
  • Mayor’s chain (Crown, Scallop shell)
4.1 35
  • Do. (Badge with Crown)
    ** missing from volume
5.1  i  **
Maynard, Guy
  • Death
  • “History of Walden” to
4.1 11
  • visiting cyclists 1888
5.1 47-8
Mayoress’ chain 5.1 20
Maze on Common
  • General
3.1 24
  • Do.
3.2 131
  • History
1.2 128
Mazer Bowl

3.2

103
  • Do.
4.1 58
Mechanics’ and Working Men’s Institute
  • (Hill St.) (Rules 1867)
1.1 23
Meeting House, Friends’ 1.1 43 et al
Memorial Playing Fields
  • Apse
5.1 57
  • Children’s playground
2.3 188-90
  • Dedication of additional names (30/5/76)
5.2 97-8
  • Do.
5.2 109-12
  • Stacey notes: “Flt.Lt E. Gordon Brellell murdered by shooting in the back on Hitler’s personal order. (See“The Great Escape”)
  • General
1.2 126-8
  • Do.
1.2 167
  • Do.
3.1 68-9
  • New pavilion
4.1 44
  • Official opening (13/8/55)
2.2 136-7
  • Do.
2.3 138-61
  • Plaque explained
5.3 170
  • Tree-planting
2.3 181-3
Mercers’ Row 1.1 21
  • Do.
3.1 49
  • Do.
5.1 28
Methodist Chapel (Castle Street) 1.1 46
Middle Square 3.1 21
Midgley, Mrs. M.D. (née Cox) 3.1 90
  • Do.
5.1 23
Milkmen, Saffron Walden (by S.S. Wilson) 5.3 177-8
Mill House (Littlebury) 2.1 47
  • Do.
3.2 182-5
Miller, David 3.1 1
  • Do.
4.1 37
Stacey notes: “With Mrs. Miller when Mayor Rorke presented the Jubilee gardento the townspeople by way of celebration.”
Millers (Cross Street) 3.1 48 et al

Mission Church (Little Walden)

1.1 82
Mitchell, Sir William Foot 4.1 19
Mitchell’s Farm 5.2 72
Moat Farm (Clavering) murder 2.2 86
  • Do.
3.1 88
  • Do. (loose newspaper report)
4.2 85
Morris, Geo. 2.1 5
Mount Pleasant Road
  • “Elmeduna”
4.2 100
  • Map (1877 Ordnance Survey)
5.3 137-8
  • Mill
2.1 11-2
  • Do.
2.3 178
  • Do.
2.3 194
  • Do.
3.1 54
  • Do.
4.1 69
  • ?
3.1 54
  • Do. (Debden Road corner)
3.2 127
  • Do.
3.2 155
Muniments, Exhibition of (20/7/51) in Town Hall 1.2 119
Museum
  • Collier’s History
2.1 32
  • General
1.2 148
  • Do.
3.1 67
  • Do.
3.2 148-9
  • H. Lam
2.1 20
Museum Court 3.1 21
Museum Street
  • Buntings House
1.1 35
  • Dibdin (1841)
1.1 33
  • Dunn, H.
2.1 20
  • General
2.1 19
  • Infants’ school
1.1 65
  • Do.
4.1 26
  • L. Jenkins picture
5.2 100
  • 4, 10, 9, 15
4.1 65
  • 11 – 15
3.1 52-3
  • 11 – 17
2.3 195
  • 1894
4.2 151
Music Club concert 5.2 125
Musical Society 2.1 37
Myddylton Place
  • General
1.1 3
  • Do.
1.1 32
  • Do.
1.2 128
  • Do.
2.1 68
  • Do.
2.2 78
  • Do.
2.3 193
  • Do.
3.1 5-7
  • Do.
3.2 119-20
  • Do.
4.1 63
  • Do.
4.1 68
  • Do.
4.2 120
  • Mantel Piece
5.2 86
  • Residents
5.2 66
Myhill and Sons, Ltd. (Gold Street) 4.1 65
  • Do.
5.3 163
Myhill, Bernard (cricket) 5.2 115
Myhill, Henry 4.1 73