St James’s, Greenstead Green, Halstead
The church was built by Sir George Gilbert Scott between 1844-5 in a Decorated style, the exterior in coursed flint with stone dressings, with a brick octagonal tower with a spire. The interior is fitted with open seats, the stone pulpit with small figures of Christ and the four Evangelists in niches on the sides. The patron was Mrs. Gee, of Earl’s Colne. The benefice was a perpetual curacy, endowed by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.
White’s Directory of Essex, 1848, see http://www.historyhouse.co.uk/placeH/essexh03a.html
St James’s Vicarage, Halstead