Thursday, 24 March 2011

Thames Tributary Ingrebourne - Emerson Park

Thames Tributary Ingrebourne
The Ingrebourne continues to flow south towards the Thames


Suburban area on the edge of Upminster

Post to the north Page's Wood
Post to the south Upminster
Post to the east Pot Kilns


Hubbard’s Chase
Named for Hubbard’s Farm which stood here into the 20th
Elliot playground, grassy children’s play area
Grasslands
Hubbards Chase Piggery

Hubbards Close
The Old Forge, asphalt contractors.
Fortune Farm, Animal by products

Wingletye Lane
This was once called Hay Lane after Hay Green which was near Lillyputs
272 Lillyputs Equestrian Centre. Lilliputs, is a 17th timber-framed house. The name was first noted in 1777 but the site was part of Drywoods in the Lane, dating from 1345.
Drywoods, stood south of Lilliputs and was demolished early 20th.
Pond with embankment near the house probably an early-18th canal.

Wych Elm Road
Names for Wych Elm Farm, which itself was named for a particularly large tree.

Sources
British Listed Buildings. Web site
Pevsner and Cherry. Essex
Victoria History of Essex

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