Thames Tributary River Roding
The Roding flows southwards and is joined by a tributary from the west
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Countryside area with scattered farms and houses
Post to the north - Abbess Roding 58 11
Post to the west Beauchamp Roding 58 10
Post to the south Birds Green - 58 09
Post to the east Berners Roding
Hornets Farm. This was formerly Horners manor and dates at least to the 17th. The farm-house is 18th, and timber-framed. A window in an outhouse commemorates the Local Government Act, 1929, to de-rate farm land and I said to have come from a chapel in Notting Hill.
Private burial ground near the drive gate of Hornets where the former farm owner, Isaac Mead and his wife, Susan, are buried
Gubbiss Farm. This has been demolished but stood near Hornets and Butt Hatch. The house was 16th
The Old Rectory. 17th House. 2 storey timber framed and plastered.
Three Hurdles. 17th House timber framed and plastered old pub.
Three Hurdles Lane
British Listed Buildings. Web site
Essex County Council. Web site
Pevsner and Cherry. Essex
Victoria County History of Essex