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From: "Diane Sowden" <>
Subject: Re: Earthquakes - formerly St Elmo's Fire in Essex?
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 11:10:41 +0100
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PLEASE tell us what church, it is always interesting to know things like
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From: "Adrian Gray" <>
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 10:43 AM
Subject: Earthquakes - formerly St Elmo's Fire in Essex?
> The Colchester earthquake of 1884 is quite well known, as was it's
centennial tremor in
> 1984 (I kid you not!). But does anyone know of an earth tremor in Essex in
> Under one of the arches in the chancel arcade in a church I know of there
is a note in
> pencil to the point that there was an earthquake in Essex, felt at 1 in
the morning, with a
> date (which I cannot remember!). So what was someone doing recording it
with a pencil
> at 1am, and what were they doing in the church to feel it? Especially as
> initialled it - and by their initials it can only have been the vicar!
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