Dodie Smith 1896-1990 playwright and author. The Barretts her home 1943-1990

Upper Howe Street, Finchingfield, United Kingdom

Edward Bawden 1903-1989 artist his childhood home

11 Woodfield Road, Braintree, United Kingdom

John Ray 1627-1705 'The father of natural history' born in the adjacent cottage

Bakers Lane, Black Notley, United Kingdom

Benjamin Allen 1663-1738 physician, naturalist and friend of John Ray lived here

Constitutional Club, Great Square, Braintree, United Kingdom

Samuel Dale 1659-1739 doctor, botanist and friend of John Ray lived here

Holmes & Hills offices, Bocking End, Braintree, United Kingdom

William Pygot Protestant martyr publicly burnt to death near this spot 28 March 1555

Fairfield Road, Braintree, United Kingdom

Gifts to the town of Braintree & Bocking from members of the Courtauld Family. Corner House Restaurant, Cottage Hospital, Courtauld Road, High Garrett School later Unitarian Chapel, High School Land & Gymnasium, Literary & Mechanics Institute, Manor Street School, Market Place Drinking Fountain, Nurses Home, Public Gardens, Recreation Ground & Pavilion, Roman Catholic Church & Presbytery, 'The Fountain', Town Hall, Village Hall Bocking, William Julien Courtauld Hospital

Braintree District Museum, Manor Street, Braintree, United Kingdom

Braintree Cage. Built as an overnight lock-up for the restraint of the drunk and disorderly. In use c.1840-1875

New Street, Braintree, United Kingdom

Former site of Godlings farmhouse, home during the 17th century to Martin Kellogg whose descendents, by 1898, perfected the Cornflake recipe in Michigan, USA

52 Notley Road, Braintree, United Kingdom