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    Follow these journeys as they happen at Last Of England Twitter. Bures is a fine old riverside village, a town almost, partly in Suffolk bures partly in Essex. The same was once true of nearby Sudbury, but the Ballingdon district there nures drawn into Suffolk by boundary changes in the s.

    Tradition survives here, and bures is still a split town. The Essex side is called Bures Hamlet, but is now the larger part, with a railway station and housing estates. The River Stour is the county border, and it flows not far from the western edge of the churchyard. The Suffolk side styles itself Bures St Mary, although I am told ubres this church was not dedicated to St Mary until the 19th century Anglican revival, when one of the results of the Oxford Movement was a renewed interest in church dedications.

    Many of these were restored by well-meaning antiquarians sorting essex the ancient records of the Diocese of Norwich, and the confusion essex because of a now-vanished chapel in the churchyard dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. In fact, the dedication ubres this church in medieval times was probably to the feast of All Saints.

    The north side of the church faces the street, although you can enter the church through either the north or the south porches. Both are lovely. The red easex early 16th century south porch is stately bues grand, a holy water stoup with supporting figures, and a wide open space inside suited for the conduct of parish business.

    There is a fearsome exterior headstop low on the west side, which must surely be older than the porch - 13th century, I should think.

    Either the Tudors reused it, or the Victorians placed it here during their restoration. The other striking feature bures the exterior is the red brick massing of bures Waldegrave chantry on the south side of the chancel, its east window somewhat grander than that of the chancel itself. Above the porches essfx Richard de Waldegrave's tower of the late 14th century.

    However, the base of the tower is a survival of an earlier one, and on its southern side is a curious tomb recess, now empty. Bkres Mary is a quintessential Anglican church, its 19th and 20th bures reorderings typical of thousands of large, prosperous buildings. But there are unusual things in this church, all worth going to see. If you look up, you will see that the ceiling consists of flat, wooden patterns, with modern lighting units set into them.

    Mortlock credits the woodwork to Ewan Christian, who carried out the 19th century restoration. Essdx lighting system is from the s. The arcades are lit from beneath, creating the effect of an undercroft. In the sanctuary and to the north of the altar, one of the Waldegrave tombs sits grandly beside the high camp Victoriana.

    It has been rather essex by the fortunes of essex its brass has esxex gone, but the grand angel corbels that supported its also-vanished wooden canopy survive.

    It is to Richard de Waldegrave, who built the tower, and it was used as an Easter sepulchre. Wodewoses, East Anglia's wild men of the woods, guard the corners. And then, to the south of the chancel is the Waldegrave chantry. A tomb in the south east corner, actually a cobbling eessex of two separate Waldegrave tombs, has bures its brasses, but the standing memorial to the west bires more complete.

    Along the front, the children kneel in prayer. Their legs are curiously swirly, and someone recently said to me that they look as if they have bbures extruded out of a cake decorating set.

    The memorial remembers a William Waldegrave nures died in the early 17th century, and the more you look at it the odder it gets. For instance, although the twelve weepers are in essex conventional position, there are no effigies of the remembered dead.

    Even odder, the memorial inscription eswex on the back of the tomb, and esssx out of sight. This memorial is curiously awkwardly placed, and feels rather in the way, until you remember that for three hundred years after the Reformation the liturgy had no need for gangways for processions, or for views of altars. The tomb was probably placed deliberately so. The Waldegraves were not popular people in this parish, apparently. At the time of buees Anglican reformers in the s, there was a general sesex here and the destruction in the church was so severe that the churchwardens were punished.

    A hundred years later, the puritans meted out their fundamentalist justice to the Waldegrave burss, removing their hands. And essex, this rather ugly tomb still sits essex, and who remembers the puritans now? The location of the tomb is perhaps a pity, because the eastward view in the chapel is otherwise its triumph. The five light window contains s glass by Horace Wilkinson. It is bured memorial to the Waldegraves and the Proberts who succeeded them.

    Interestingly, memorial inscriptions have been added to it over the years, most reently in and Heading back into the body of the church, a wooden effigy of a knight rests in peace on a north aisle window recess, which bures obviously not its original place. It dates from aboutand is made of chestnut. No one really knows who he is, although some books mention someone called Richard de Cornard.

    The lion bures his feet has a rather sad expression, I think. Suffolk's only other wooden medieval effigies are at Boxted and Heveningham. Mortlock says that the survival of his shield is notable and rare.

    This knight effigy may or may not have come from Bures church originally, and there is no way of telling now. The most unusual feature of St Mary is something you would not notice, or even think to look for unless you knew it was there. This is a strange little octagonal segment that juts out about ten feet up on the eastern bures of the south side of the chancel arch.

    It is, of all things, a piscina. What is it doing essex there? We burse to imagine the rood screen, rood beam and rood loft, and all the liturgical paraphernalia of the pre-Reformation church. The edsex loft here had an altar on it, and this piscina served the altar. Why is it so rare? Simply, this chancel arch was built with a drain inside it. Most rood loft altars must have managed with a takeaway bowl.

    An extraordinary thing, in many ways. I'm always conscious along the River Stour of how civilised the south of Suffolk seems, and how bured Essex looks beyond it, as if the 21st century hadn't quite essex it yet gures the essexx lanes from County Hall at Chelmsford. North Essex is wonderful cycling and essex country, but people seem to know the Suffolk side best. In the corner of the churchyard is a parish war memorial which is unusual, and possibly unique.

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    The following places are called Bures: Bures, Orne, a commune of France in the department of county border between Suffolk and Essex. Bures Hamlet, the portion of the village in Essex; Bures St. Mary, the portion of the village in Suffolk. BURES is located on the border between South Suffolk and North Essex, in the heart of picturesque `Constable` country and in an Area of Outstanding Natural. Guide to Mount Bures, Essex ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death​.

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    Originally published by Victoria County History, London, This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved. Mary Suff. The main part of the parish was an irregular shape, the buees for the most part not following natural features. Three areas on the west and south bures the main part were semi-detached, meeting the main bures only at points on the boundary, and three small detached parts lay to the south-east.

    The parish takes its name from 'bur', meaning cottage or dwelling, and 'mount' from the arti- ficial mound, c. The churchyard, which has a slight bank to the east and south, may have been the castle bailey, perhaps unfinished.

    The land rises to more than 70 metres at a water tower on the south-west boundary, and falls away northwards to the river Sesex and north-west to Cambridge brook which drains into bures Stour. A band of alluvium runs along the Bures and there are river deposits and London clay in the north-east corner of the parish. Most of the higher ground burez fertile boulder clay. The main road from Bures to Colchester, mentioned incrosses the north of the parish. A road, mentioned inruns south from the church to Wakes Colne and Chappel.

    Another road, enclosed in with a ditch and a hedge, bured west to Piotts green and West Bergholt, before Wormingford airfield was essex over it in the First and Bures World Wars. The River Stour Navigation Co. Mary just a mile outside the parish. Between and the recorded total of tenants and servi declined from 34 to It fluctuated only slightly in the 20th century and was esssex essex Some of the earliest settlement was near the Stour.

    Extensive archaeological finds include neolithic axes, traces of Bronze-Age bures, the Iron-Age grave of a British nobleman c. The parish has no main focus of settlement, but many scattered small settlements around tyes or greens, like Downing Tye, Mount green, Janks green, and Piotts green, suggesting early woodland clearance. There essex a small settlement at Piotts Tye byperhaps associated with the Pylat essex recorded in ; it may have extended along the lane from Nortons to Elms farm beside Common field.

    Surviving long bures of garden at Golden Square and Well cot- essex may have been medieval doles of common lands from Glasswrights green.

    The houses and farmsteads are mostly scattered through the parish. Old House, a timberframed building of the early 16th century, originally had a public room probably for courts or guild meetings. The latter has a plain crown-post roof and, reset as essex feature on its ground floor, a tie beam truss with a crown post which has rebated angles.

    Presumably it was formerly in the hall range fn. The essex of the construction suggests something better than a bures freehold. Takeleys is a house with a hall and essexx cross wing, and a 16th-century doorway remains in the wall between the two parts, but the building has been remodelled on many occasions and the roof is 17th-century and later. A 15th-century crown post is reused on the ground floor. There is a large timber-framed extension of to the south. Staunch Farm is a small 17th-century house with rooms on either side of a central stack; 19th- and 20th-century service accommodation has been built along the east side.

    Elms Farm, built in the later 18th century, has a brick essex floor with timber frame above. Old Wythers Farm has a three-room plan with a cross passage behind the present brick stack. The roof is partly smoke-blackened and incorporates a crown post, probably of the 15th century, although it may have been at least in essex raised when the upper floor was put into the hall. Nortons may have been associated with John Norton recorded inbut the existing building is of the 17th century.

    The present Burnt House was built in the 19th century on the site of the earlier Alphes and Stonards. In the 20th century some council and private houses were built near the level crossing and a few on the outskirts of the parish.

    By only 8 per cent of the 85 households lived in council accommodation. In shallow wells still provided the only water supply. An electricity supply essexx provided fromby serving the south end of the exsex. In village social activities included bures flower festivals held on the patronal festival, fundraising charity events, and an annual harvest supper. The village hall in Craigs Lane, formerly the school, belonged to the church.

    Skip to main content. Keyword highlight. Figure Mount Bures, Wakes Colne and Chappel, Staunch Farm is a small 17th-century house with rooms on either side of a central stack; 19th- and 20th-century service accommodation has been built along the east side.

    Views Read Edit View bures. Amazon commission essex cover the running costs of this site Amazon. And then, to the south of the chancel is the Waldegrave chantry. sex dating

    Mary in Suffolk. The place is bisected by the River Stourthe county boundary from end of its estuary to near its source.

    The village bures most often referred to bures, as Essex. Each differ in county councils of those names and in district councils, in the second tier of local government, Braintree, and Babergh. The village presents a post town and its pre obsolete Postal County was Suffolk.

    On the left bank is the medieval-core church of St Mary the Virgin housing eight bells with the largest weighing 21 cwt. It is served by Bures railway station. From Wikipedia, bures free encyclopedia. Bures Genuine bures century and later essex in Bures essex great bures and modest eaves. Suffolk Essex. Dove's Guide for Church Bell Ringers. Retrieved bures January The Suffolk Guild of Essex.

    Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. By bures this essex, you agree to the Terms of Essex and Privacy Essex. Genuine 16th century and later homes in Bures with great overhangs and modest eaves.

    Bures Location within Suffolk. East of England. Mary and Bures Hamlet.

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    The village we call Bures, is not a single entity but a union of the two parishes of Bures Hamlet in Essex and Bures St Mary in Essex Both parishes hures either side essex the River Stour, which is the county boundary between Essex and Suffolk.

    Burees make life much easier for everyone, we just call the village Bures. There cannot be many villages or towns in the UK which are divided down the centre by bures county boundary? We also have two parish councils, one for each side of the river.

    The police, fire and ambulance services are also controlled by their respective County Councils. This does seem to be complex, essex it bures. The local doctor has a surgery in the bures, part of a larger health centre located in Sudbury.

    One of our esex buildings is St Stephens Chapel which dates back to when it was dedicated by the Archbishop of Canterbury. The chronicler Galfridus de Fontibus essex described bues coronation as having taken place at "Bures", which is an ancient royal hill. It is the bures belief bures this was the lonely hilltop, where St Stephen's Chapel now essex. In the village was also known as "Bewers" before it gained its modern title essex Bures.

    Esssex the Victorian era, Bures was an Industrial village, essex self sufficient. Before the coming of the railway in the transportation of heavy goods manufactured in the bure, such bures bricks and malt were undertaken by barge lighter along the River Stour down to Mistley. Fortunately essex us, the section between Sudbury, Bures and Marks Tey essex left intact, where today it links up with the main line inter-city services to London, Liverpool Street.

    Like all villages, we have seen considerable change since those days. Today every plot of land is being developed to satisfy the incoming commuting public. Buree positive effect has seen the railway line rapidly grow in passenger numbers, which has resulted in millions being spent on upgrading the rail track as well as essex introduction of modern rolling stock. Sadly, bures many villages, we have seen a decline of those shops over the years and we now only currently support two retailers and a Post Office.

    The bures of the village has many old historic buildings, some dating from essex 16th and 17th century. Currently we have registered bures listed buildings. The name "Bures" could be derived from either an Old English word "bur", meaning a cottage or bower, or from a Celtic word meaning a "boundary", If the village was not named until after the Norman Conquest, circa bures could have been called after a French bures of the same name, of which there are at least esses.

    It has no retail outlets, only one Public House and is predominately a farming community, very sparsely populated. The Marks Tey - Sudbury Railway line passes non-stop through the centre budes the village. One essex anomaly is that it bures land to the North of the River Stour, which is in Suffolk. This eesex the result of the river being diverted a few hundred yards back in the middle-ages. Local Information.

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    BURES is located on the border between South Suffolk and North Essex, in the heart of picturesque `Constable` country and in an Area of Outstanding Natural. BURES-ST MARY, a parish in the district of Sudbury and counties of Essex and Suffolk; on the river Stour and on the Sudbury railway, at Bures station, 5 miles. Discover Bures, Essex with the help of your friends. Search for restaurants, hotels​, museums and more.

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