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Steve Bulman

Barking, St. Margaret. A rather heavily processed old postcard, Bulman Collection. Link.
Benfleet, Holy Family Church (R.C.). Mark Summers. Link.
Borley, dedication unknown. Mark Turbott.
Bowers Gifford, St. Margaret. Link. The Church at Gun Hill. Link. Both Mark Summers.
Bulphan, St. Mary the Virgin. 177 TQ 636 858. Link1. Link2. Zion Hall Interdenominational Chapel. 177 TQ 639 859. Both Dave Westrap.

Canvey Island.
Chipping Ongar, St. Martin. Another view. Both Bill McKenzie.
Corringham, St. Mary the Virgin. Mark Summers. Link.

Dedham, St. Mary the Virgin. The former Methodist Church?, now a craft centre. Both Steve Bulman. Another view of St. Mary. Judith Anderson.

East Horndon, All Saints, is now in the care of the Churches Conservation Trust, but still holds occasional services. The graveyard is still in use. Photo Brian Thompson. Additional information kindly supplied by Linda Golding.

Fobbing, St. Michael. Mark Summers. Link.

Great Hallingbury, dedicated to St. Giles. Robert Mather. 167 TL 512 196.
Greensted, St. Andrew. Dating from 1060, it's the only surviving Saxon church, and supposedly the oldest wooden building anywhere. Bill McKenzie. Another view. From an old postcard (franked 1906), Bulman Collection.

Horndon-on-the-Hill, St. Peter. Brian Thompson.
Hutton, All Saints. Bill McKenzie.

Laindon, St. Nicholas. St. Mary the Virgin & All Saints in Langdon Hills. Both Brian Thompson.
Leigh-on-Sea, St. Clement. From an old postcard, Bulman Collection.

Mount Bures, St. John the Baptist. Roger Heap.

Navestock, St. Thomas the Apostle. Peter Hobday.
Noak Hill, St. Thomas. TQ 541 940. Peter Hobday.
North Ockenon, St. Mary Magdalene. TQ 587 848. Peter Hobday.
North Stifford, St. Mary. Mark Summers. Link.

Orsett, St. Giles & All Saints. Brian Thompson.

Pitsea, the remains of St. Michael. Mark Summers.
Prittlewell, St. Mary the Virgin, has some fragments from as early as the 11th century, but is mostly 15th century. Brian Thompson. Another view from an old postcard, Bulman Collection.

Radwinter, St. Mary the Virgin. From an old postcard, Bulman Collection. The postcard was badly faded, and has hence been heavily processed to recover as good an image as possible.
Rawreth, St. Nicholas, a re-build of 1882. Brian Thompson.

Saffron Walden, St. Mary the Virgin. From an old postcard (franked 1904), Bulman Collection. Link.
St. Osyth, the gatehouse of the Priory, now a private residence. From an old postcard, Bulman Collection. Link.
South Benfleet.
South Ockendon, St. Nicholas. TQ 594 829. Neil Davies. Link1. Link2 (towards bottom of the page).
Southchurch, Holy Trinity. According to its web-site, the church was extended in the early years of the 20th century. The picture on this web-site would appear to date to before the modern works began. It's postmarked 1905. From an old postcard, Bulman Collection.
Stanford-le-Hope, St. Margaret of Antioch, of Norman foundation, restored in Victorian times, it still retains much earlier stonework, and some fine carvings. Tombs and monuments of the Fetherston and Scratton families. Brian Thompson.
Stebbing, from an old postcard Bulman Collection.


Vange, All Saints. Mark Summers. Link.

Wennington, St. Mary & St. Peter. TQ 539 809. Peter Hobday. Link.
West Bergholt, St. Mary Old Church. Roger Heap.
Westcliff on Sea, U.R.C. Brian Thomson.


22 October 2006

Steve Bulman