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A View of Epping Forest
By Nicholas Hagger
A View of Epping Forest By Nicholas Hagger
Transcript of mentions of the Willingale family 
 
2
Blower's Architect's, Surveyor's, Engineer's & Builder's Directory 1860
Blower's Architect's, Surveyor's, Engineer's & Builder's Directory 1860
Joseph Willingale, Wantz Road, Maldon. Carpenter - page 29  
 
3
Commons Forests & Footpaths by Lord Eversley (This is a BIG file)
Commons Forests & Footpaths by Lord Eversley (This is a BIG file)
Mention of Thomas 
 
4
Customs in Common
Customs in Common
Thomas Willingale mentioned on page 142 
 
5
Enclosure of Epping Forest
Enclosure of Epping Forest
From advert after page 76, 1865 edition 
 
6
English commons and forests; the story of the battle during the last thirty years for public rights over the commons and forests of England and Wales (1894)
English commons and forests; the story of the battle during the last thirty years for public rights over the commons and forests of England and Wales (1894)
Full scan of publication 
 
7
Epping Forest through the ages
Epping Forest through the ages
Thomas Willingale mentioned on page 45/46 
 
8
Epping Forest with maps by Edward North Buxton (This is a BIG file)
Epping Forest with maps by Edward North Buxton (This is a BIG file)
mention of Thomas & the lopping saga 
 
9
Extract from the Orchid Growers Manual
Extract from the Orchid Growers Manual
We are not 100% sure this relates to Henry Willingale, but he seems to be the most likely candidate - he was a gardener all his life and lives to close to Woodford... 
 
10
Favourite Trees
Favourite Trees
Mention of the Thomas Willingale Oak 
 
11
Keepers, Cockneys and Kitchen Maids
Memories of Epping Forest 1900-1925
Keepers, Cockneys and Kitchen Maids Memories of Epping Forest 1900-1925
Page 24 mention of Cyril & Harry Willingale  
 
12
Lays and Legend of the Forest of Essex
Lays and Legend of the Forest of Essex
From page 45 mention of Loughton and the 'Kings Head' saga and Lopping in general. Book is incorrect in that it states Thomas Snr sent to jail 
 
13
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
14
Old Hardy
Old Hardy
A play based on Thomas Willingale and the Lopping Saga 
 
15
Rights of Common and other prescriptive rights
Rights of Common and other prescriptive rights
Extract of 3 pages concerning the Willingale v Maitland case 
 
16
The Cornhill magazine, Vol IX, Jan-June 1864
The Cornhill magazine, Vol IX, Jan-June 1864
Article on the enclosure of Epping Forest, including mention of the 'Drunk & Supper' 
 
17
The Loppers of Loughton, by Barbara Pratt
The Loppers of Loughton, by Barbara Pratt
Partial transcription of book, original held at ERO 
 
18
The Victoria history of the county of Essex : Volume IV Ongar Hundred
The Victoria history of the county of Essex : Volume IV Ongar Hundred
Mention of Thomas and the Lopping saga, plus Willingale Village 
 
19
Thomas Willingale, Lopping Rights and the saving of Epping Forest
Thomas Willingale, Lopping Rights and the saving of Epping Forest
In this research, I not only give a background of the forestís history and details of the early forest court rolls, outline Thomasís involvement up to his death, but go on to detail later events, including the Epping Forest Commissioners, the Epping Forest Acts of 1878 & 1880, the Corporation of London's eventual conservation of the forest, the Arbitratorís findings and the construction of Lopping Hall, which was built to compensate the inhabitants of Loughton for the loss of their lopping rights. I also detail some of the later reporting of these events and the folklore surrounding Thomas, right up to the present day.