Description of the plates and illustrations

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Walter H. Godfrey

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1933

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'Description of the plates and illustrations', Survey of London Monograph 13: Swakeleys, Ickenham (1933), pp. VII-X. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117766 Date accessed: 23 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Plate 1. (Frontispiece) An Engraving from Lysons' Parishes in Middlesex.
2. The Family of Sir Robert Viner, 1673. From the picture at Studley Royal. Photograph by Country Life
3. Block plan Measured and drawn by A. F. Lodge
4. Ground plan Measured and drawn by T. O. Thirtle
5. First-floor plan Measured and drawn by T. O. Thirtle
6. Second-floor plan Measured and drawn by T. O. Thirtle
7. Elevation to the West Measured and drawn by T. O. Thirtle
8. Detail of Entrance Front Measured and drawn by A. F. Lodge and E. F. Harvey
9. Elevation to the South Measured and drawn by T. O. Thirtle
10. Elevation to the East Measured and drawn by T. O. Thirtle
11. Elevation to the North Measured and drawn by A. F. Lodge
12. North-west front Photograph by Edward Yates
13. Entrance porch Photograph by Edward Yates
14. (a) Niche above entrance porchphotograph by J Edmunds
(b) Cartouche over main entrance Photograph by W. Plomer Young
15. (a) View from the South Photograph by H. W. Fincham
(b) South-west front Photograph by Edward Yates
16. (a) South-east front from the East Photograph by Edward Yates
(b) South-east front from the South Photograph by Edward Yates
17. The garden entrance Photograph by H. W. Fincham
18. The garden door Photograph by Francis R. Taylor
19. North-east front Photograph by George Trotman
20. Second view of North-east front Photograph by George Trotman.
21. (a) Rain-water head Photograph by George Trotman.
(b) Gables on North-east front Photograph by George Trotman.
22. Section through Entrance Hall and staircase Measured and drawn by A. F. Lodge.
23. The Screen Measured and drawn by A. H. Down and E. F. Harvey.
24. The Screen Photograph by Edward Pady.
25. The Screen from the Entrance passage Photograph by Edward Yates.
26. (a) The Screen : Cartouche of Arms Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
(b) The Screen : Cartouche of Arms Photograph by Edward Yates.
27. Fireplace in Hall Photograph by Edward Yates.
28. Fireplace in Hall Photograph by Edward Pady.
29. East Wall of Hall Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney.
30. South Wall of Hall Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney.
31. Details of Hall panelling Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney.
32. The Dining-room Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
33. The Dining-room Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney.
34. Vista from South-west room Photograph by Edward Yates.
35. Fireplace in South-west room Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
36. Details of South-west room Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney.
37. Details of North-west room Measured and drawn by Francis R. Taylor.
38. Overmantels—North-west room Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
39. Detail of Shutters—North-west room Measured and drawn by A. E. Gurney.
40. Detail of Staircase Measured and drawn by A. F. Lodge and G. G. Godfrey
41. Staircase—first flight Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
42. Door from Staircase to Dining-room Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
43. (a) Jacobean Newel Photograph by Edward Yates.
(b) Staircase—upper flight Photograph by J. J. Edmunds.
44. Details of Newel post Measured and drawn by A. H. Down.
45. Stairs to the Attic floor Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
46. Stairs to the Attic floor Measured and drawn by A. H. Down.
47. The Great Chamber Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
48. Ceiling to Great Chamber Photograph by Edward Pady.
49. Key-plan to Ceiling to Great Chamber Measured and drawn by A. H. Down.
50. Centre panel—Ceiling to Great Chamber Measured and drawn by A. H. Down.
Plates 51, 52, 53. Panels to Ceiling to Great Chamber Measured and drawn by A. H. Down.
Plate 54. (a) and (b) Panelled room on first floor Photographs by J. J. Edmunds.
55. Panelled room on first floor Measured and drawn by A. H. Down
56. Details—Panelled room on first floor Measured and drawn by A. H. Down.
57. Frieze in room on first floor Measured and drawn by Francis R. Taylor.
58. (a) and (b) Painted dados in attics Photographs by Francis R. Taylor.
59. Firebacks (a)Photograph by J. J. Edmunds.
(b) Photograph by Edward Yates.
60. (a) Grille on first floorMeasured and drawn by A. E. Gurney.
(b) Detail of West entrance
61. Dovecot and Ice-house Measured and drawn by A. F. Lodge.
62. (a) Dovecot Photograph by Edward Yates
(b) Screen Wall Photograph by Edward Yates.
63. Dovecot. Entrance to Ice-house Photograph by Edward Yates
64. Ickenham Church — Mortuary Chapel Photograph by Thos. F. Ford
65. Ickenham Church—Bust of Earl of Essex in Mortuary Chapel Photograph by Thos. F. Ford
66. Ickenham Church—Bust of Earl of Essex Photograph by Edward Yates
Plates 67, 68, and 69. Inscriptions in Ickenham Church Measured drawings by Thos. F. Ford
Plate 70. Receipts for quit-rents, Swakeleys Manor Photographed by Edward Yates
71. (a) Wright's Almshouses, NantwichPhotograph by Geoffrey D.Hartan
(b) Detail of Arms Photograph by Geoffrey D.Hartan

Illustrations in the text.

Sketches of rain-water heads. A. F. Lodge and E. F. Harvey

Heraldic illustrations.

1. Charlton—Or a lion gules. (p. I).
2. Fraunceys—Party bend-sinisterwise or and sable a lion counter-coloured. (p. 2).
3. Pexall of Beaurepaire—Argent a cross engrailed sable flowered at the ends between four birds azure with collars or and a scallop or upon the cross. (p. 3).
4. Brocas of Beaurepaire—Sable a leopard rampant or. (p. 4).
5. Shirley—Paly or and azure a quarter ermine. (p. 5).
6. Bingley—Argent two bars sable and a quarter sable with a pheon argent therein. (p. 6).
7. Wright—Azure two bars argent with three leopard's heads or in the chief. (p. 7).
8. Harrington—Sable fretty argent. (p. 10).
9. Viner—Azure a bend or and a chief argent with a saltire engrailed gules between two Cornish choughs therein. (p. 13).
10. Clarke-Thornhill—Gules two gimel bars and a chief argent with a quarter gules. (p. 20).