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Joseph Prentice of Woodham Ferrers: Revised

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Joseph Prentice of Woodham Ferrers, Essex Co., England: Revised
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Winter 2004 and Revised 4 Jul 2016

INTRODUCTION

We are helping Pamela Wainman and Maria Prentice, with the able aid of Kerry Prentice, in tracing their Prentice roots. Here is what we have so far:

We had 2 earlier articles about a Joseph Prentice of Essex County, England:

  1. Joseph Prentice of Good Easter , and
  2. Joseph Prentice of Rawreth

Based on very strong circumstantial evidence, there is good reason to believe that both Joseph Prentices are the same person. We have, therefore, combined the information in those 2 earlier articles into a single new article showing a single Joseph Prentice. We have also added new information gleaned from census records. If further investigation should show that they are different persons, we will delete this article and assign the new census information to the appropriate earlier article. Until then, we proceed on the working hypothesis that they are the same person.


A. Richard Prentice may have been b. c. 1734-1744 and d. 17 Mar 1784 in Good Easter which lies about 10 miles NW of Chelmsford.

That LDS IGI entry also indicates that at the time of this marriage to Mary Wilson, Richard Prentice was a resident of Beauchamp Roding which I note lies a very short distance SW of Good Easter. I see also that Beauchamp Roding is a short distance SSW of Margaret Roding. For the "Rodings," see Appendix A ..

He m. Mary Wilson on 8 Dec 1764, Good Easter (per John Prentice, email, 26 Jun 2016, citing the marriage entry in the Parish records at the Essex Records Office in Chelmsford). Their known children were (per Maria Prentice,email, 8 May 2005):

  1. Richard Prentice, born 16 Dec 1770, Good Easter
  2. Sarah Prentice, born 1773, Good Easter
  3. Richard Prentice, born 1776, Good Easter
  4. Samuel Prentice, born 1778, Good Easter
  5. Joseph Prentice, born 1780, Good Easter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [1]

Five years after Richard died in 1784, Mary m., as her 2nd husband, James Sayer on the 2 Aug 1789. later died in Good Easter and was buried there 22 Feb 1797 (per Maria Prentice,email, 8 May 2005).

1. Joseph Prentice, b. 1780, Good Easter. Joseph Prentice m. Elizabeth Halls on 27 Dec 1802 in Woodham Ferrers. She was the dau of Mark and Ann Hall. Children:

  1. Joseph Prentice, b. c. 1800 and chr. 16 Feb 1806, Woodham Ferris. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [2]
  2. Thomas Prentice, bap. 21 Aug 1803, Foodham Ferrers (per Maria Prentice, email, 28 Nov 2004, citing Woodham Ferrers burial record. There is also a note saying thomas was buried on 20 Aug 1803 the day before he was baptised).
  3. William Prentice, b. c. 1809, perhaps Woodham Ferrers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [3]
  4. Richard Prentice, b. 1811, Woodham Ferrers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [4]
  5. Elizabeth Prentice. Although additional investigation is needed for confirmation, she might be the Elizabeth Prentice, b. c. 1826, who Rawreth Burial Records show as bur 9 Aug 1846, age 20, Rawreth.
  6. Hannah Prentice.
  7. Marianne Prentice. Although additional investigation is needed for confirmation, she might be the Mary Ann Prentice shown in Rawreth Burial Records as b. c. 1826 and bur. 18 Mar 1865, age 39 years.

    Note: The Chelmsford Records Office has a Woodham Ferrers Burial record for a James Prentice, March 1807. It is unclear whether he is another child of Joseph and Elizabeth or an adult related to Joseph.

2. Joseph Prentice, b. c. 1811, Woodham Ferris (per 1841 Good Easter census), bap. 16 Feb 1806 and d. in the June quarter of 1874 in the Chelmsford area (per Ian Prentice, email, 30 Jul 2002). Pamela Wainman's email of 14 Feb 2003 indicated Joseph d. in the Workhouse at Good Easter. Joseph appears as a Lodger and a Widower in Maldon, St. Peters Parish, in the 1861 census; no children are shown living with him.

Joseph m. Eliza Gibson and his marriage was registered in the September quarter of 1844 in the Braintree area (per Ian Prentice, above). She was b. c. 1816 in Essex (per 1841 census). In 1844 they lived in Good Easter and appear in the 1851 Good Easter census. Known children:

  1. (perhaps) Mary Prentice, b. c. 1831, Essex (per 1841 census; relationships are not given in that census).
  2. Jane Prentice, b. 1835, Good Easter. At home in the 1841 & 1851 census. The IGI does not show a marriage for her.
  3. Elizabeth Prentice, b. 18 Jun 1838, Essex. At home in 1841 census. She is not at home in the 1851 census and may then be deceased. There seems good reason to believe that she is the same person as the Elizabeth Prentice discussed in our Winter 2007 article entitled Elizabeth Prentice of Good Easter,Essex, England .
  4. Charles Prentice, b. 1841, Good Easter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [5]
  5. Henry Prentice, b. 8 Jul 1842, Good Easter. At home in the 1851 census. He does not appear in the 1881 or 1901 census.
  6. Emma Prentice, b. 12 Apr 1844, Good Easter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [6]
  7. Eliza Prentice, b. c. 1851, Chelmsford. At home in the 1851 census.

3. William Prentice, b. c. 1809, perhaps Woodham Ferris and d. in Rawreth in 1874 at the age of 65 years, and was bur. there on 22 Jul 1874. He may be the same person as the William Prentice who m., as his 1st wife, Hannah, and in 1838 lived in Rawreth, Essex. William and Hannah appear in the 1841 census South Fambridge, Essex, in 1841 census.Rawreth Burial Records indicate that Hannah d. 12 Nov 1843 in Rawreth, perhaps in childbirth of her son, William. Known childen:

  1. Ellen Prentice, b. c. 1834. At home in South Fambridge, Essex, in 1841 census. Rawreth Burial Records show she was bur 23 Oct 1856,age 22 years.
  2. Hannah Prentice, b. 31 Aug 1838, Rawreth and bap. there 18 Sep 1842, Rawreth Parish Church, Essex. At home in South Fambridge, Essex, in 1841 census. She is probably the Hannah Prentice shown in Rawreth Burial Reocrds as bur. 20 Sep 1846, aged 8 years.
  3. Eliza Prentice, b. 18 Apr 1841, Rawreth, and bap. 18 Sep 1842, Rawreth Parish Church, Essex. At home in South Fambridge, Essex, in 1841 census.
  4. William Prentice, b. 7 Nov 1843, Rawreth, and bap. 5 Dec 1843, Rawreth Parish Church, Essex. Rawreth Burial Records show his bur. 12 Dec 1843, Rawreth.

Neither they, nor any other Prentices, are shown in Rawreth in the IGI for that time frame, nor are any of the family members shown in the 1881 census.

William m. 2nd Elizabeth Adams on 30 Jun 1844 in Rawreth Parish Church, Essex. Elizabeth was the daughter of Thomas Adams. Elizabeth d. before 1852. They had at least 1 son:

  1. William Prentice, b. 4 Sep 1844, Rawreth and bap there 29 Sep 1844. Not in 1881 or 1901 census.
  2. Thomas Prentice, b. c. 1850 and living at home in 1871 census. Not in 1891 census.

William m. 3rd Mary Ann, a minor, c. 1852. Witnesses were John Welch & Charlotte Garwood. Children of William and Mary Ann:

  1. Emma Prentice, b. 7 Mar 1853, Rawreth and bap. there 14 Jan 1855
  2. Caroline Prentice, b. 20 Sep 1854. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [7]
  3. Charles Prentice, b. c. 1861 and living at home in 1871 census. Not in 1891 census.
  4. Arthur Prentice, b. 1862, Rawreth (per Maria Prentice, email, 5 Dec 2004). Arthur appears in the 1901 Rochford Barling census, age 39, Horseman on Farm, who was b. 1862 in Rawreth. Also shown there was his wife, Emily, b. 1863, Thundersley, Essex, and children:
    1. Agnes Prentice, b. 1889, Thundersley, Essex.
    2. Albert Prentice, b. 1893, Thundersley, Essex.
    3. Emily Prentice, b. 1896, Barling, Essex.
    4. Dorothy Prentice, 7 months, b. 1900, Gt. Wakering, Essex.

4. Richard Prentice was b. c. 1811 in Woodham Ferrers , and bur. 22 Jun 1870, age 61 (per Rawreth Burial Records).

    Note: Other sources, such as the IGI and early census records , say "Woodham Ferris". By email of 23 Nov 2004, Maria Prentice has obtained confirmation from the Records Office in Chelmsford that Woodham Ferris and Woodham Ferrers are the same place, just different definitions of spelling.

Woodham Ferrers lies perhaps 10 miles SE of Chelmsford. Richard d. in 1870 and was buried in Rawreth, Essex in the Rawreth Parish Church on 22 Jun 1870 aged 61 years. He was a Labourer. Rawreth lies perhaps 5 miles SSW of Woodham Ferrers.

Richard m. 1st Elizabeth Cornell on 3 Jun 1833, Rawreth Parish Church. Witnesses were William and Mary Prentice. It is unclear whether they had any children:

  1. (perhaps) Ellen Prentice, b. c. 1834. Rawreth Burial Records show she was bur 23 Oct 1856,age 22 years. It also might be that she is, instead, the daughter of William and Hannah Prentice, #3 below.

Richard Prentice m. 2nd Elizabeth Sarah Bright on 15 Dec 1845 in Rawreth Parish Church, Essex. Witnesses were James Ketcher and Mary Potter. She was b. c. 1822 in Rettendon, Essex and d. 1912 in Rochford. Elizabeth was the daughter of William Bright. She appears in the census records from and after 1861. In 1881 they were living on Wash Road, Rawreth. Children of Richard and Elizabeth

  1. Alfred Prentice, b. 27 Aug 1860, Rawreth. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .[8]
  2. Rosanna Prentice, b. 30 May 1863, Rawreth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [9]
  3. Emma Prentice, b. 18 Jul 1854, Rawreth and bap. there 25 Jul 1854. At home in the 1881 census. She m. William Alexander Clark in Southend. Their parents witnessed the wedding. Not in 1901 census.
  4. Annie Maria Prentice, b. 6 Jun 1866, Rawreth and bap. there 29 Jul 1866. She may, or may not, be the Hannah Maria Prentice shown in Rawreth Burial Records as b. c. 1866 and bur. 16 Jan 1870, age 4 years.
  5. Esther Ann Prentice, b. b. 1868, Rawreth. She m. Alfred John Rollingson on 24 Jan 1887, Rawreth Parish Church, Essex. Witnesses were Sarah Prentice and Elizabeth Jane Death. He was a Labourer, b. 1865. They appear in the 1901 census in Rayleigh, Essex with their sons:
    1. Edward Ernest Rollingson, b. c. 1890.
    2. Walter John Rollingson, b. c. 1896.

After Richard's death in 1870, she m., as her 2nd husband, Charles Turner on 13 Jul 1872 in Rawreth. She died in the Union Infirmary in Rochford on 1 Feb 1912 at the age of 84. In the 1871 census she is living at 7 Battlesbridge Lane as Sarah Prentice along with her son Alfred and two daughters Rosanna and Emma/Emily Prentice. In the 1881 census she is living in Wash Road Rawreth as Sarah Turner, Widow, with her two daughters Rosanna Prentice and Esther Prentice along with Rosanna's son, Seymour. In the 1891 census she is still living in Wash Road on her own and again in the 1901 Census she is living alone in the Chelmsford Road, Rawreth.

5. Charles Prentice, b. 1841, Good Easter, Essex. He appears in the 1881 census living on Great Waltham Rd., Mashbury, Essex, with his wife, Sarah, b. c. 1850, Mashbury, and children:

  1. Elizabeth Prentice, b. c. 1868, Good Easter.
  2. Henry Prentice, b. c. 1871, Good Easter. Not in 1901 census.
  3. David Prentice, b. c. 1874, Marshbury, Essex. In 1901 census in Dist. 12, Limehouse, London, with his wife, Sarah, b. c. 1869
  4. Jane Prentice, b. c. 1877, Marshbury, Essex.
  5. Frederick Prentice, b. c. 1881, Marshbury, Essex. 1901 census living with his mother and step father.
  6. Joseph Prentice, b. c. 1886. 1901 census living with his mother and step father. He is almost certainly the J. Prentice shown ion WW I military death records as J. Prentice, Serjeant, Essex Regiment, 2nd Bn., who d. at age 31 on 29 May 1915 and identified as the son of Charles and Sarah Prentice, of Springfield, Chelmsford and husband of Alice Prentice of Well Lane, Galleywood, Chelmsford, Essex. His memorial is at II. A. 4, Etaples Military Cemetery.

      Etaples is a town about 27 kilometres south of Boulogne. The Military Cemetery is to the north of the town, on the west side of the road to Boulogne.

      During the First World War, the area around Etaples was the scene of immense concentrations of Commonwealth reinforcement camps and hospitals. It was remote from attack, except from aircraft, and accessible by railway from both the northern or the southern battlefields. In 1917, 100,000 troops were camped among the sand dunes and the hospitals, which included eleven general, one stationary, four Red Cross hospitals and a convalescent depot, could deal with 22,000 wounded or sick. In September 1919, ten months after the Armistice, three hospitals and the Q.M.A.A.C. convalescent depot remained. The cemetery contains 10,769 Commonwealth burials of the First World War, the earliest dating from May 1915

  7. John Prentice, b. c. 1890. 1901 census living with his mother and step father.
  8. Nellie Prentice, b. c. 1892

Charles may have d. at some date between 1892 and 1901 as his wife, Sarah, appers in the 1901 census in Dist. 4, Writtle, Essex, as the wife of George Everitt.

6. Emma Prentice, b. 12 Apr 1844, Good Easter and d. 29 Jan 1897 in Willingale Spain (Bobbingworth district of Ongar). Although only 14 at marriage, she gave her age as 17, but said she was 37 on the 1881 census which would confirmed her 1844 birth date.

She m. John Chipperfield on 25 Dec 1858. He was b. c. 1838, High Easter, Essex. Emma and John had at least 20 children, most of whom lived to adulthood, and is Pamela Wainman's great-grandmother. In 1901 living with the family of his daughter, Elizabeth. Known children:

  1. Henry Chipperfield, b. c. 1859, Good Easter.
  2. Simon Chipperfield, b. c. 1861, Good Easter.
  3. Susan Chipperfield, b. c. 1862, Good Easter,
  4. William Chipperfield, b. c. 1865, Good Easter.
  5. Albert Chipperfield, b. c. 1867, Good Easter.
  6. Elizabeth/Betsey Chipperfield, b. c. 1868, Good Easter. She m. William Rush, b. c. 1861, Southwark, London. In 1901 census they lived in St. Mary Stratford Bow, London, with their daugher, May, b. c. 1892.
  7. John Chipperfield, b. c. 1870, Good Easter. He appears in the 1891 census in Poplar London, with his wife, May, and daughter, Dorothy Mary Chipperfield, b. c. 1890.
  8. James J. Chipperfield, b. c. 1873, Good Easter. He appears in the 1901 census in Bromley, London, with his wife, Catherine, and children: Catherine L., Henry I. and James A. Chipperfield.
  9. Charles Chipperfield, b. c. 1876, Good Easter.
  10. Jonah Chipperfield, b. c. 1878, Good Easter. He appears in the 1901 census in West Ham, Essex, with his wife, Clara, and son: Harold Chipperfield, b. c. 1901.
  11. Frank Chipperfield, b. c. 1879, Good Easter.
  12. Michael/Micah Chipperfield, b. c. 1880, Good Easter. In 1901 census living with his sister, Elizabeth, and her family. He m. Elsie Emma Skinner. They had 7 children, including a son who had 1 or more children, including:
    1. Brian Chipperfield per his email of 31 Jan 2010.
  13. Edward Chipperfield, b. c. 1884, Good Easter.
  14. Ernest Chipperfield, b. c. 1886, Good Easter.

    Note: By email of 23 and 24 Oct 2006, Colin Smith (colin@grangelandss69an.fsnet.co.uk) advised that he is a descendant of Emma and John, but did not provide his line of descent.

7. Caroline Prentice, b. 20 Sep 1854, Rawreth, Essex and was bap. there 14 Jan 1855. She m. George Dean on 7 Oct 1876, Rawreth. She m. George Dean on 7 Oct 1876, Rawreth Parish Church, Essex. He was b. 1853, Runwell, Essex, the son of William Dean. In 1881 they lived on Beechers Comman, Rawreth, Essex. In 1901 census in Rayleigh, Hockley, Essex. Children:

  1. William G. Dean, b. c. 1878, Rawreth. Not home in 1901.
  2. Thomas Dean, b. c. 1880, Rawreth. Not home in 1901.
  3. Charles Henry Dean, b. c. 1884. At home in 1901.
  4. John Dean, b. c. 1889. At home in 1901.
  5. Albert Dean, b. c. 1893. At home in 1901.
  6. Lily Dean, b. c. 1896. At home in 1901.
  7. Elsie May Dean, b. c. 1900. At home in 1901.

8. Alfred Prentice, b. 27 Aug 1860, Rawreth and bap. there 19 Jul 1863. At home in the 1881 census. Alfred was an Agricultural Labourer in 1881 and lived on Wickford Rd, Rawreth, Essex. In the 1891 census he lived at 65 Cage House, West Thurrock, Orsett, Essex. The 1901 census shows him at 1 Manor Cottages, Barking, Essex. He is Maria Prentice's great grandfather.

Alfred m. Edith Mary Ann Colyer on 9 Apr 1880 in Wickford Parish Church. She was b. 1861, Sudbury, Essex, dau. of William Colyer (per Maria Prentice,email, 5 May 2005). Children:

  1. Ernest A. Prentice, b. 19 Oct 1880, Rawreth and bap. there 19 Dec 1880. At home in 1901.
  2. Welcome Richard Prentice, bap. Jun 1882, Rawreth Parish Church, Essex. He m. Rose in 1908.
  3. Charles Prentice, b. 1885, Wickford, Essex. At home in 1901.
  4. Thomas St. Peter Prentice, b. 1887, Pitsea. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [10]
  5. George Prentice, b. 1900, Barking, Essex. At home in 1901.

9. Rosanna Prentice, b. 30 May 1860 (1863?), Rawreth, Essex, bap. there 19 Jul 1863, and d. 1948. In 1881 she lived on Wash Road, Rawreth, with her mother. She had a son born out of wedlock:

  1. Seymour William Prentice, b. 1880, Rawreth, bap there 2 Jan 1881, and d. when hit by a bus in Southend on Sea, Essex Co., England. He is shown with mother in 1881 census. Living with his mother and her 2nd husband in the 1901 census in Southend on Sea, Essex. Seymore married Lucy Ann Tate and they had a son:
    1. William Prentice, b. 1909 and was killed in action at Dunkirk, France in 1940. He m. Rose Beatrice Abbott, b. c. 1917 and they had 3 children:
      1. Jean Prentice, b. 1936
      2. John Prentice, b. 1937
      3. Ann Prentice, b. 1939 and d. 1939

Rosanna then married Joseph William King in June quarter of 1884 in Rochford. He was b. c. 1846. They appear in the 1901 census in Southend on Sea, Essex, England. Children (per Maria Prentice, email, 26 Mar 2005 amd 1901 census):

  1. Francis W. King, b. c. 1883. At home in 1901.
  2. Beatrice King, b. c 1885. At home in 1901.
  3. Annie S King, b. c. 1887. At home in 1901.
  4. Arthur King, b. c. 1888. At home in 1901.
  5. Walter King, b. c. 1894. At home in 1901.
  6. Ethel King, b. c. 1899. At home in 1901.

10. Thomas St. Peter Prentice (Maria Prentice's grandfather) was b. 1887, Pitsea and d. Sep 1971, Orsett, Essex. He m. Sarah Eldred in 1911 in Romford, Essex. Sarah was b. 1889 in Aveley, Essex and d. Nov 1950. Children:

  1. Gladys Prentice, b. 1913 and living in 2004. She m. Frederick Nye, now deceased. Son:
    1. John Nye, b. 1948.
  2. Catherine Prentice, b. 1915, Aveley, Essex and living in 2004. She m. Albert Wood, now deceased. Twin daughters:
    1. Peggy Wood, b. 1939.
    2. Pam Wood, b. 1939
  3. Alfred William Prentice, b. 24 Mar 1917 in Aveley, Essex. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [11]
  4. May Prentice, b. c. 1921, Aveley, Essex, and living in 2004. She m. Albert Witham, now deceased. Children:
    1. Anthony Witham, b. c. 1945.
    2. Carol Witham, b. 25 Dec 1948.

11. Alfred William Prentice (Maria Prentice's father) was b. 24 Mar 1917 in Aveley, Essex and in 2004 lives in Romford, Essex. He m. May Emily Nye on 6 May 1942 in the Old Davenham Parish Church, Dagenham, Essex. She was b. 31 Mar 1920 and d. 29 Sep 1987. Children:

  1. Shirley Prentice, b. 23 Nov 1945, Dagenham.
  2. Maria Prentice, b. 26 Apr 1950, Dagenham.
  3. Robin Alfred Prentice, b. 14 Nov 1952, Dagenham.
  4. Rita Prentice, b. 6 May 1956, Dagenham.

Who are Richard Prentice's Parents?

An LDS IGI search, citing "Essex Parish Registers," indicates that Richard Prentice married Mary Wilson on 11 Nov 1764 at "Roothing-Margaret, Essex." That date is a month earlier than what we show in #1, above. "Roothing-Margaret, Essex" Is the same place as "Margaret Roding, Essex."

That LDS IGI entry also indicates that at the time of the marriage, Richard Prentice was a resident of Beauchamp Roding which I note lies a very short distance SW of Good Easter. I see also that Beauchamp Roding is a short distance SSW of Margaret Roding.

Perhaps one of our viewers live in that general area and might be able to find out the names of Richard's parents.

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Appendix A: The Rodings: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Rodings (or Roothings) are a group of villages in Essex, England, the largest group in the country to bear a common name.[1] They are believed to be the remnants of a single Anglo-Saxon community known as the Hroðingas, led by Hroða, who sailed up the River Thames and along a tributary in the sixth century and settled in the area.[1] This was one of the tribal areas that were absorbed into the Kingdom of Essex.[2] The River Roding and the villages derived their name from Hroða.[1] The typical pronunciation of the name is "Roadings". The Rodings formed a single land unit that was investigated by Stephen Basset.[3]

The villages are recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Rodinges in the Hundred of Dunmow.[4] In the time of Edward the Confessor, it was held by the Abbey of St Æthelthryth of Ely; however, after the Norman Conquest, part was taken by William de Warenne.[4] Part was also held by the de Veres and de Mandevilles families, who became the Earls of Oxford and Earls of Essex.[1] By the 14th century, the boundaries and names of the villages had become fairly established.[1] Abbess Beauchamp and Berners Roding now form a single parish in the district of Epping Forest.

An electoral ward in the same name exists. The population of this ward at the 2011 Census was 1,853.[5] Buildings

The area is typified by medieval thatched cottages, timber-framed manor houses and farmhouses. There is a mid-18th century post mill windmill in Aythorpe Roding, the only surviving windmill in the area. There are a number of churches dating from the Norman period; the oldest is St Margaret of Antioch in Margaret Roding, which has a Norman doorway and the tomb of a crusader.[1] Roding names

The Rodings do not lie within a single district in the county; they are arranged around the tripoint of the administrative areas of Chelmsford, Uttlesford and Epping Forest.

    Abbess Roding
    Aythorpe Roding
    Beauchamp Roding (pronounced Beecham Roding)
    Berners Roding
    High Roding
    Leaden Roding
    Margaret Roding
    White Roding
    Morell Roding

Ecclesiastical organisation: In the Church of England Diocese of Chelmsford, Leaden, Abbess, White and Beauchamp Roding have formed the South Rodings parish since 2004.[6] High and Aythorpe Roding are beneficed to Great Canfield and Margaret Roding to Good and High Easter, those 6 parishes are served by one priest-in-charge. Berners Roding is now part of the Parish of Willingale, the Parish Church of unknown dedication (but thought to be All Saints) is redundant and is privately owned.[7] See also

References

Rollason, Pam (June 2008). "Around the Rodings". Essex Life (Archant). p. 92. Retrieved 2009-02-03. (Registration required.)
Andrew Reynolds, Later Anglo-Saxon England (Tempus, 2002, page 67) drawing on S Bassett (ed) The Origin of Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms (Leicester, 1989)
Basset, Stephen (1997). "Continuity and fission in the Anglo-Saxon landscape: the origins of the Rodings (Essex)". Landscape History 19: 25–42.
Dr Ann Williams; Professor G H Martin, ed. (2003). Domesday Book: A Complete Translation. London: Penguin Books. pp. 982, 996, 1393. ISBN 978-0-14-143994-5.
"Ward population 2011". Retrieved 28 September 2015.
South Rodings parish history
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