The study area is the Dengie peninsular contained within the black lines below:
Resources online are extensive and include:
Voters List of Dengie men able to vote at: Chelmsford (1702, 1710,1715,1722), Colchester (1786, 1806), Maldon (1826), Voters List to elect a Knight to represent Essex (1810), Marriage Licences issued by Bishop of London (1507-1610), Deaths of prominent Quakers (1844-1886), List of Vicars, Rectors and Churchwardens for each Parish, Appointment of 15 new tax collectors (1838), Bradwell Subsidy Roll (1545), Freeholders (1734), Land purchase records (1230-1262), Land Tax Commissioners (1838), Lay Subsidy (1332), Oath book of Colchester (1402-1697), St Lawrence Subsidy Rolls (1520-1640), War Memorials and listings of those killed or serving, much information on the Essex Regiment (originally the 44th Foot), plus much more besides.
The study area is the Hundred of Dengie as outlined in the Domesday Book and includes the following parishes (in blue) and places:
Click on the appropriate link above to see the study index page for that place (the date in brackets shows from when the parish registers date)