Pleshey: The village of Pleshey lies in Essex, England, just to the northwest of Chelmsford.
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An Oxford Archaeological Guide to Sites from Earliest Times to Ad 1600 by Timothy C. Darvill, Paul Stamper, Jane R. Timby
Pleshey is a classic Norman mottet and baileyt castle, the conical motte being connected by a brick bridge of about 1400 to the kidney-shaped bailey which wraps around a third of its circumference. The bailey is embanked, and a broad, ...
by David Rothwell
Labourers' Rest Pleshey, near Chelmsford. This was formerly a cottage-cum-pub run by a farm labourer called Jack Staines. There was at one time a Labourers' Union in Burton-on-Trent. Labouring Man Coldwaltham, W Ssx. On one side of ...
With Historical and Statistical Descriptions by Samuel Lewis
PLESHEY (HolyTrinity) a parish, in the hundred of Dunmow, county of Essex, 65 miles (N. N. W.) from Chelmsford, containing 320 inhabitants. This place, though now an obscure village, was once of considerable importance, having been the ...
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