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'Index', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in London, Volume 1: Westminster Abbey (1924), pp. 118-142. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=119468 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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FOR MONUMENTS AND FLOOR-SLABS AFTER 1714 SEE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE SAME, pp. 101–110.

Note.—Reference to the exact half of the page is given by means of the letters "a" and "b," which signify respectively the first and second columns.

INDEX.

Abbey Church of St. Peter, consecrated Dec. 28th 1065, p. 3; Abbey dissolved 1540, p. 17b; Historical development, pp. 3 et seq., 17, 18; Description of plan, p. 18 et seq. (Historical Ground Plan, end of volume. Exterior views of structure, Plates 1–4. For interior views see individual sections in List of Illustrations, pp. ii—vii).

Abbot's Hall (now the College Hall), p. 86b (Plate 170).

" Lodging (now the Deanery and the College Hall), pp. 86b, 12, 76b (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan; Plate 172).

" Pew, Nave (S. aisle), p. 56b.

'Abdias,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Abrahall, Elizabeth, 1710–11, wife of Gilbart, tablet to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78a.

Abraham, subjects from the life of (tapestry): St. Faith's Chapel, p. 79a; Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.

Agarde, Arthur, 1615, and Margaret his wife, 1611, tablet to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78a.

Agatha, St., figure of, in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a.

Aisles, see Transepts and Nave.

Aiton, Sir Robert, 1637–8, monument with bust of (by F. Fanelli): Ambulatory, p. 34b (Plate 66).

Alban, St., Shrine of, p. 20a.

Albemarle:
-, Arms, see Forz under Heraldry.
-, Monk, Duke of, see Monk.

Alexander III of Scotland, shield-of-arms of, formerly in Nave (S. aisle), p. 55b.

Almighty, The. Carving on boss: S. Transept (W. aisle), p. 51b; Paintings: Chapter House, pp. 80, 81.

Alston, Sarah, see Seymour.

Altars:
-, See also Introduction, p. 14.
-, Mediaeval:
-,-, N. Transept, E. aisle (St. Michael's Chapel), p. 47b.
-,-, Henry V's Chantry, p. 73a; Pyx Chapel, p. 81b. 16th-century: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 61b (Plate 8).

Altar-tombs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Ambrose, St., figure of: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 64b.

Ambulatory, p. 31 (Plan, p. 23; Plates, list of, p. iii).

Amiens Cathedral, likeness to Westminster, pp. 4, 19a.

Amos, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Amundisham, William, monk, 1420, indent of former brass, said to be of; N. Ambulatory, p. 34a.

'Anamias,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Andrew, St., name on scroll, p. 59b; figures of: in niche on tomb of Mary, Queen of Scots, p. 68b; Henry VII's Chapel.

", St., Chapel of, see N. Transept (E. aisle), p. 47a.

Anglo-Saxon work, pp. 3, 18, 81a.

Anne of Bohemia, see Richard II.

" of Cleves, fourth wife of Henry VIII, 1557, monument to: Presbytery, p. 25a (Plates, 8, 25).

" of Denmark (wife of James I) funeral effigy of: Undercroft, p. 82a.

Anne, Neville, see Richard III.

" Queen, buried in the Abbey, p. 2.

" St., figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 64a; (plaque on Henry VII's tomb), p. 65b (Plate 124).

Annunciation, The; Paintings on Sedilia: Presbytery, p. 27a (Plate 40). Statues of in niches: Henry V's Chantry, p. 73b; Chapter House, p. 79b.

Anstruther, Sir Robert, P. C., 1644–5, gentleman of the bedchamber of James I, floor-slab to: S. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Anthony, St., figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niches), p. 65a; (plaque on Henry VII's tomb), p. 65b (Plate 124).

Apocalypse, The, paintings of verses and scenes from: Chapter House, p. 80a.

Apollonia, St., figure of, in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 63b (Plate 209).

Apse of Confessor's Chapel, p. 18b.

Apseley or Apsley:
-, Allen, Sir, 1683, floor-slab to: S. Ambulatory, p. 35a.
-, Allen, 1691, floor-slab to: S. Ambulatory, p. 35a.
-, Anne, 1681, wife of Sir Peter, floor-slab to: S. Ambulatory, p. 35a.
-, Frances, 1698, floor-slab to: S. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Aragon, Katherine of, see Katherine of Aragon.

Architects and Master-masons, mediaeval and later, pp. 4, 6.

Architectural Details, pp. 20, 94, etc. (Figs. pp. 22, 95, 96; Plates 143, etc.).

Armagilus (Armel, Arthmael) of Ploermel, St. (Saint to whom Henry VII considered himself in debt for preservation from shipwreck), p. 7; figures of in niches: Henry VII's Chapel, pp. 63b, 65a (Plate 211).

Arms and Armour: see also Brasses, Military and Effigies, Military.
-, Funeral-helms:
-,-, 15th-century: Henry V's Chantry, p. 73b (Plate 28); Undercroft, p. 82a.
-,-, 17th-century: Undercroft, p. 82a.
-, Shields:
-,-, Mediaeval: Confessor's Chapel, p. 31b (Plate 28); Henry V's Chantry, p. 73b.
-, Sword:
-,-, 14th-century: Confessor's Chapel, p. 31b (Plate 28).
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, Complete suit of 17th-century armour, except helmet: Islip's Chapel, p. 75b.

Ascension, The, glass: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b (Plate 19).

Ashburnham House (formerly Prior's Lodging), pp. 85a, 12, 76b (Plan, p. 86; Plates, list of, p. vi).

Aspall, arms, see under Heraldry.

Assemblies of note held in the Jerusalem Chamber, pp. 12, 13.

Assumption, The, carving on boss: Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew, p. 74a.

Atterbury, Dean, building by: Abbot's Lodging, p. 86b.

Augustine the Doctor, St., figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 64b.

'Azarias,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Babylon (fallen), painting: Chapter House, p. 80b.

Bagenall, Nicholas, infant son of Nicholas, 1687–8, monument to: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 40a.

Bake and Brew Houses, p. 93b.

Balaam and the Ass, carving possibly of (on misericord): Henry VII's Chapel, p. 70a.

Balliol, John, arms, see under Heraldry.

Banester, John, 1679, tablet to: Cloister (W. walk), p. 78a.

Barbara, St., figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 64b; (plaque on Henry VII's tomb), p. 65b (Plate 124); Henry V's Chantry (niche), p. 71a.

'Barnabes', name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior) p. 59b.

Barrow, Isaac, S.T.P., 1677, monument with bust of: S. Transept, p. 50b.

Bartholomew, St., name on scroll ('Bartylmew'): Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b; figures of, in niches, etc., Henry VII's Chapel, pp. 64b, 66b (Plate 123); Henry V's Chantry, p. 71a.

Battle Abbey, p. 19b.

Bayliff's Hospice, p. 89a (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan).

Beauchamp (of Bletso), arms, see under Heraldry.

Beaufoy, Mary, daughter of Sir Henry, 1705, monument with effigy of: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Beaufort:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Margaret, wife of Edmund Tudor, Earl of Richmond, see Richmond.

Beaulieu Abbey, p. 19b.

Beaumont:
-, Anne, daughter of Christophe, Comte de, see Harlay.
-, Mary, see Villiers.

Beautiful Gate of Jerusalem, Apostles at the (tapestry): Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.

Beauvais Cathedral, p. 19a.

Behn, Mrs. Aphra, 1689, floor-slab to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78b.

Belfry (former), pp. 5, 93b.

Bellasyse, Mary, daughter of Sir Henry, 1695–6, and Bridget, wife of Sir William, 1735, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 37b.

Bellfounders:
-, Mot, Robert, p. 58b.
-, Wymbish, Richard; p. 58b.

Bells: see also Introduction, pp. 12, 14.
-, Pre-Reformation.
-,-, 14th-century: N.W. Tower, p. 58b.
-,-, Mediaeval: Undercroft, p. 82a (Plate 28).
-, Post-Reformation:
-,-, 16th-century: N.W. Tower, p. 58b.

Bell-tower, former, pp. 5, 93b.

Benches, see under Seating.

Benedict, St., Chapel of, p. 44a (Plan, p. 44; Plates, list of, p. iv).

Bernay Abbey, p. 18a.

Berners, arms: see under Heraldry.

Beverley, Robert of, master-mason, p. 6.

Bigod, Roger, Earl of Norfolk, arms, see under Heraldry.

Bill, William, Dean of Westminster, 1561, monument with brass effigy of: St. Benedict's Chapel, p. 44b (Plate 183).

Bilson or Bylson:
-, "John Bylson of Hull" graffito (probably 15th-century) on tomb of Henry III: Confessor's Chapel, p. 29b.
-, Thomas, Bishop of Winchester, 1616, brass to: S. Ambulatory, p. 34a.

Bingham, Sir Richard, 1598, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57b.

Birch:
-, Martha (Vyner) wife successively to Frances Millington and Peter Birch, 1703, tablet to: S. Transept (E. aisle), p. 51a.
-, Dr. Peter, 1710, prebendary of Westminster, floor-slab to: S. Transept (E. aisle), p. 51a.

Bird, F., tablet by (of Sidney, Lord Godolphin): Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Black Death, The. Slab said to cover the bodies of 26 monks who died in the 14th century of the Black Death: Cloister (S. walk), p. 78b.

Black Prince, see Edward, Prince of Wales, son of Edward III.

Blackstole Tower, p. 89a (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan).

Blanche of the Tower and William of Windsor, 1340, children of Edward III, monument with effigies of: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 42b (Plates 73, 74, 75).

Blind man, The healing of the, painting on retable: S. Ambulatory, p. 35b (Plate 9).

Blow, John, Doctor of Music, 1708, tablet and floor-slab to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 54b (Plate 101).

Bodeham, Ann, see Kirton.

Bohemia:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Anne, of, see Richard II.

Bohun:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Eleanor de, Duchess of Gloucester, see Woodstock.
-, Hugh and Mary, children of Humphrey de 1304–5, monument (c. 1260–70 in character) ascribed to: St. John's Chapel, p. 38b (Plate 67).

Bolton:
-, Dr. Samuel, 1668–9, prebendary of Westminster and Chaplain of Charles II, floor-slab to: S. Transept, p. 50b.
-, William, Prior of Bartholomew's, Smithfield, p. 6.

Boscherville, S. Georges de, abbey at, p. 18a.

Bourbon, Amand and Charlotte de, see Duras.

Bourchier or Bourgchier:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Humphrey, 1471, monument to: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 43a (Plate 182).
-, Lewis Robessart, Lord Bourchier, K.G., 1431, and Elizabeth his wife, altar-tomb, etc., to: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 37a (Plates 26, 62, 65).

Brandon, Francis, wife of Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk and afterwards wife of Adrian Stock, 1559, see Grey.

Brasses, Monumental:
-, See also Introduction, p. 14, and Plates 57, 182 to 184.
-, Civil (principal figures accompanied or not by inscriptions, heraldry, etc.):
-, Women:
-,-, 14th-century: of:—Woodstock, Eleanor (de Bohun) widow of Thomas of, Duke of Gloucester, 1399, p. 42b (Plate 184).
-,-, Undated: palimpsest (on back of shield dated 1560) part of figure, p. 32b.
-, Ecclesiastical (principal figures accompanied or not by inscriptions, heraldry, etc.);
-,-, 14th-century: of:—Waldeby, Robert, Archbishop of York, 1397, p. 42a (Plate 184); Waltham, John of, Bishop of Salisbury, 1395, p. 27b (Plate 182).
-,-, 15th-century: of:—Estney, Abbot John, 1498, p. 34a (Plate 183).
-,-, 16th-century: of:—Bill, William, Dean of Westminster, 1561, p. 44b (Plate 183).
-,-, Undated: palimpsest (on back of shield of 1560) part of figure, p. 32b.
-, Military (principal figures accompanied or not by inscriptions, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, 15th-century: of:—Harpeden, Sir John, 1457, p. 34a (Plate 182); Vaughan, Sir Thomas, 1483, p. 38b (Plate 183):
-,-, 16th-century: Stanley, Sir Humphrey, 1505, p. 39b.
-, Inscriptions (accompanied or not by heraldry, etc.):
-,-, 13th-century: to:—Valence de (1) John, son of William, 1277 (Fig., p. 27; Plate 57); (2) Margaret, daughter of William, c. 1270, p. 27b; in border of Presbytery pavement, p. 25a.
-,-, 14th-century: to:—Golofre, Sir John, 1396, p. 34a; Langham, Cardinal Simon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1376, p. 44b.
-,-, 15th-century: to:—Bourgchier, Humphrey, 1471, p. 43a (Plate 182); Brocas, Sir Bernard, 1400, p. 43a; Wyndsore, John, 1414, p. 34a.
-,-, 16th-century: palimpsest (on backs of shields dated 1560), remains of inscription (a) to Elsmere, Robert, 1512, Vicar of Walton, Herts, (b) recording benefactions, p. 34a.
-,-, 17th-century: to:—Bilson, Thomas, Bishop of Winchester, 1616, p. 34a; Ferne, Henry, Bishop of Chester, 1661–2, p. 41b; Killigrew, Henry, 1699, p. 61b.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, Canopied (Plates 182, 183, 184): see brass (3), p. 28a; brass (4) and monument (1), p. 34a; monuments (1) and (2), p. 42a;
-,-, Palimpsest: see brass (1), p. 32b.
-,-, Shields only: remains of brass to—Sir Thomas Parry, 1560, p. 32b.
-, Indents of former brasses:
-,-, Identified: 14th-century: of:—Haule, Robert, 1378, p. 50a; Woodstock, Thomas of, Duke of Gloucester, 1397, p. 28a. 15th-century: of:—Amundisham, William, monk, 1420, p. 34a; Dudley or Sutton, William, Dean of Windsor and Bishop of Durham, 1483, p. 40b; Harowden, Abbot Richard, 1440, p. 34a; Kirton, Abbot Edmund, 1466, p. 47b; Neville, Anne (queen of Richard III, 1485), p. 50a. 16th-century: of:—Brown, Thomas and Roberts, Humphrey, monks, p. 34a.
-, Unidentified and Miscellaneous: pp. 29a, 34a, 38a, 44a, 45b, 47b.

Brew-Houses (former), p. 93b.

Bridge, stone (remains of), p. 93b.

", over Ambulatory: Henry V's Chantry, p. 71 (Plates 131, 134 to 139).

Bridges or Brydges.
-, Frances, see Cecil.
-, Winifred, see Pawlet.

Brigham, N., tomb to Geoffrey Chaucer (died 1400), erected by, 1556: S. Transept (E. aisle) p. 51a.

Bringfield, Col. James, 1706, tablet to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Brittany:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Mary, Duchess of Brittany, daughter of Edward III, figure of ('weeper') on her father's tomb: Confessor's Chapel, p. 30b (Plate 55).

Brocas, Sir Bernard, 1400, monument with effigy of: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 43a (Plate 188).

Bromley, Sir Thomas, P.C., 1587, Lord Chancellor, monument with effigy of: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 36b (Plate 192).

Bronze, see under Metal-work.

Brooke, Elizabeth, see Cecil.

Broughton, James, 1710–11, and Rebecca his wife, 1699, tablet to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78a.

Brown:
-, Thomas, monk, indent of former early 16th-century brass said to be of: N. Ambulatory, p. 34a.
-, Thomas, 1704, floor-slab to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78b.

Brydges, see Bridges above.

Buckingham, Duke, etc., of, see Villiers.

Building materials, p. 17a.

Buildings, destroyed, pp. 5, 93b.

Burgh, de, arms, see under Heraldry.

Burghersh, arms, see under Heraldry.

Burghley or Burleigh, Lord and Lady, see Cecil-I.

Burial places of Sovereigns of England, pp. 1, 2.

Burnaby, William, 1706, floor-slab to: S. Transept, p. 50b.

Bury St. Edmunds, Abbey Church of, pp. 18a, 20b.

Busby, Dr. Richard, 1695, master of Westminster School, monument with effigy of: S. Transept (E. aisle), p. 50b (Plate 97). Pavement given by, p. 53a.

", Library, p. 83b (Plate 164).

Bush, Ann, Isaac and Frances, see Gawen.

Busts, see under Effigies.

Bylson, see Bilson above.

Byrcheston, Abbot (1344–49) restorations and other work by, p. 76b.

Caen:
-, Abbeys of La Trinité, S. Etienne, and parish church of St. Nicholas at, p. 18a.
-, William the Conqueror buried at, p. 1.

Cambridge, King's College at, see King's College, Cambridge.

", University, arms (carved): School Hall, p. 83a.

Camden, William, 1623, Clarencieux King of Arms, antiquary, monument with bust of: S. Transept, p. 50a.

Campbell, Elizabeth (Lort). wife of Sir Alexander, 1714, floor-slab to: N. Transept, p. 47a; also apron added to tablet to Sir Gilbert Lort: N. Transept, (E. aisle), p. 48b.

Camville, arms, see under Heraldry.

Canons' Houses (formerly Infirmary and Cellarer's Buildings), p. 76b.

Canopies, see Brasses and Monuments, Funeral.

Canterbury Cathedral, Henry IV buried at, p. 2; remains of mosaic work at, pp. 8, 20b; likeness to Westminster, p. 18a.

", St. Austin's Abbey at, p. 18a.

", See of, arms, see under Heraldry.

Caree, see Carey below.

Carew, Nicholas, Lord, and Margaret his wife, both 1470, monument said to be of: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 40a.

Carey, Cary or Caree:
-, Ann (Hyde) wife of Sir Ross, 1660, floor-slab to: Nave, p. 53a.
-, Henry, K.G., Lord Hunsdon, 1596, and Anne (Morgan) his wife, monument of: St. John's Chapel, p. 38b.
-, Katharin, see Knollys.
-, Thomas, 1634, tablet to: St. John's Chapel, p. 38b (Plate 67).

Carleton, Dudley, Viscount Dorchester, 1631–2, ambassador for James I and Charles I, monument with effigy of: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 36b.

Carr, Henry, 1690, floor-slab to: S. Transept, p. 50b.

Carteret:
-, Edward, 1677, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 54b.
-, Philip, 1710–11, monument with bust of (by Sir Claude David): Nave (N. aisle), p. 54b.

Carvings, wall, Illustrations of, Plates 6, 7, 88, 89.

Cary see Carey above.

Casaubon, Dr. Isaac, 1614, monument to, by Nicholas Stone (erected 1634): S. Transept, p. 50a.

Castile, Eleanor of, see Eleanor of Castile.

", Pedro of (betrothed husband of Joan de la Tour, daughter of Edward III), p. 30b.

" and Leon, arms, see under Heraldry.

Cavendish, William, K.G., first Duke of Newcastle, 1676, and Margaret (Lucas) his wife, 1673, monument with effigies of: N. Transept, p. 46a (Plates 97, 197).

Cecil,-I:
-, Elizabeth (Brooke) wife of Sir Robert, 1591, altar-tomb of: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41a (Plate 71).
-, Elizabeth (Manners) wife of William, 2nd Earl of Exeter, 1591, effigy and remains of altar-tomb to: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41a.
-, Mildred (Coke) wife of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, 1589, and Anne their daughter, wife of Edward Veere, Earl of Oxford, 1588, monument with effigies (also effigies of Lord Burghley, his son Lord Robert, and his three granddaughters, Elizabeth, Bridget and Susan, daughters of Lady Oxford): St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 40b. (Plates 128, 194).
-, Thomas, K.G., Earl of Exeter and Lord Burleigh, 1622–3 and Dorothy (Nevill) and Frances (Bridges) his wives, altar-tomb with effigies of the two firstnamed: St. John's Chapel, p. 38a (Plates 27, 198).

Ceilings:
-, 17th-century: Prior's Lodging (Ashburnham House), p. 85b (Plates 165, 166, 167); Busby Library, p. 83b (Plate 164); Cellarer's Building, p. 89b; Lodgings S. side of Little Cloister, p. 91b (Plate 178).

Cellarer's Building, pp. 89a, 76a (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan: Plates 174, 175).

Cérisy Abbey, p. 18a.

Chairs, see Coronation Chairs.

Chamberlain's Store (now the Music Room), p. 90b.

Chantry-Chapels, see Chapels.

Chapels (For former chapels and altars of:—Holy Trinity (Confessor's Chapel); St. Blaise (S. Transept); Holy Cross (Nave); Old St. Mary (?) (N. aisle, Nave); Holy Trinity (S. aisle, Nave); Henry VI (?) (Henry VII's Chapel); St. Lawrence and St. Edward, King and Martyr (Infirmary Chapel) see Historical Plan, end of volume).
-, Henry V's Chantry (dedication—Annunciation and All Saints), p. 71 (Plan, p. 72; Plates, list of, p. v).
-, Henry VII (Lady Chapel), p. 59a (Plans, pp. 62, 64; Plates, list of, p. v).
-, Islip's Chantry (the Jesus Chapel), p. 74a (Plan, p. 74; Plates, list of p. vi).
-, Our Lady of the Pew, p. 73b (Plans: see Historical Ground Plan, and Plan, p. 38; Plates, list of, p. vi).
-, Pyx, pp. 11, 81b (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan; Plate 159).
-, St. Andrew, p. 47a (Plan, p. 47).
-, St. Benedict, p. 44a (Plan, p. 44; Plates, list of, p. iv).
-, St. Denis, p. 59a.
-, St. Dunstan, pp. 83a, 76b (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan).
-, St. Edmund and St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 41b (Plan, p. 42; Plates, list of, pp. iii-iv).
-, St. Edward the Confessor, pp. 21, 27b–31b. (Plan, p. 23; Plates, list of, p. ii).
-, St. Erasmus, former chapel of, p. 17b.
-, St. Faith, pp. 78b, 76a (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan; Plates, list of, p. vi).
-, St. Giles, p. 59a.
-, St. John the Baptist, p. 38a (Plan, p. 38; Plates, list of, p. iii).
-, St. John the Evangelist, p. 47a (Plan, p. 47).
-, St. Katherine (Infirmary Chapel), pp. 12, 91b (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan; Plates 161, 176).
-, St. Michael, Martin and All Saints, p. 47a (Plan, p. 47).
-, St. Nicholas, p. 39b (Plan, p. 40; Plates, list of, p. iii).
-, St. Paul, p. 35b (Plan, p. 36; Plates, list of, p. iii).
-, St. Ursula, p. 59a.

Chapman:
-, Christopher, 1681, Melior his wife, 1707, and Elizabeth their daughter, 1680–1, tablet to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78a.
-, Richard, 1672–3, Christopher, 1675, and Peter, 1672, sons of Christopher, monument to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78a.

Chapter House, pp. 79b, 12, 76a (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan, end of volume) (Plates, list of, p. vi).

", House Vestibule, pp. 79a, 76a. (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan) (Plates, list of, p. vi).

", Library, pp. 82b, 12 (Plates, list of, p. vi).

Charles I (buried at Windsor), p. 2.

" II (buried in the Abbey), p. 2; wax effigy of: Islip (Upper) Chapel, p. 76a.

Chartres Cathedral, p. 19a.

Chaucer:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Geoffrey, 1400, monument to, erected by N. Brigham, 1556: S. Transept (E. aisle), p. 51a (Plate 95).

Chevet, p. 19a.

Cherbury, Edward, Lord Herbert of, see Herbert.

Chertsey Abbey, tiles similar to those in the Chapter House at, p. 8.

Chests, see under Furniture.

Chiffinch, Thomas, 1666, page to Charles II, floor-slab to: S. Transept, p. 50b.

Cholmondeley, Robert, 1678–9, Richard, 1680, sons of Robert, Viscount Cholmondeley, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 54b.

Christ: see also Ascension, The; Blind Man, healing of; Christopher, St., with the Christ Child; Five thousand, feeding of; Holy Ghost, descent of; Jairus' daughter, raising of; Majesty, The; Resurrection, The; Virgin and Child.
-, Carvings: Presbytery (Apparition of, to King Edward the Confessor—on stone screen), p. 25b (Plate 42); N. Transept, E. aisle (spandrel), p. 47a (Plate 89); Islip Chapel, p. 75a (Plate 7); Henry VII's Chapel (figure in niche), p. 63b; Cellarer's Building (head), p. 89b.
-, Paintings: Confessor's Chapel (Richard II's tomb), p. 31b; Ambulatory (retable), p. 35b (Plate 11); Chapter House (a) (head, (b) enthroned), p. 80.

Christ Church, Oxford, arms (carved): School Hall, p. 83a.

Christopher, St., with the Christ Child, Figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 63b (Plate 209); (plaque on Henry VII's tomb), p. 65b (Plate 124).

Church Council of 1176, held in St. Katherine's Chapel, p. 12.

Churchill, George, son of the Duke of Marlborough, 1710, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57b.

Cistern, filtering, remains of 14th-century, p. 84b.

Clairvaulx Abbey, p. 19b.

Clare:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Earl of, see Holles.

Clarence, Duke of, son of Edward III, see Lionel of Antwerp.

Clarke, Philip, 1707, floor-slab to: Cloister (S. walk), p. 78b.

Claudius of Besançon, St., figure probably of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 65a.

Clement IV, Pope (died 1271), tomb of, p. 20b.

Cleves:
-, Arms, under Heraldry.
-, Anne of, see Anne of Cleves.

Clifford:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Jane (Seymour), wife of Charles, Lord Clifford, 1679, monument to: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41b.

Cloister, The, pp. 11, 76b (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan; Plates, list of, p. vi).

", Dark, pp. 83b, 90b (Plates 147, 173).

", Little, pp. 90a, 12 (Plates 173, 180).

Coal, part of duty on, devoted by Parliament in 1698 to remedy mischief done to the Abbey buildings by coal-smoke, p. 4.

Cobham (of Cobham), arms, see under Heraldry.

" (of Sterborough), arms, see under Heraldry.

Coffins and Coffin-lids (Plate 181).
-, Coffin:
-,-, Mediaeval: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 36a.
-, Coffins with Lids:
-,-, 4th-century, probably: Roman coffin and lid: Inner Vestibule of Chapter House, p. 81a.
-,-, 13th-century, probably: S. Ambulatory (see Monument to King Sebert), p. 34b.
-,-, 13th or 14th-century: St. John's Chapel, p. 38a.
-, Lids only:
-,-, 13th-century: N. Transept, p. 46a; (E. aisle), p. 47b; Undercroft, p. 82a.
-,-, 13th or 14th-century: N. Transept (E. aisle), p. 47b.

Coke, Mildred, see Cecil.

Colchester, William of, see William of Colchester.

Coleman, John, 1709, monument to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78a.

College Hall (formerly Abbot's Hall), p. 86b.

Collins, John, 1681, tablet: Cloister (S. walk), p. 78a.

Confessor's Chapel, pp. 21, 27b–31b, p. (Plan, p. 23; Plates, list of, p. ii).

Consecration Crosses, see Crosses.

Copper, see under Metal-work.

Cornwall, Richard, Earl of, arms, see under Heraldry.

Coronation Chairs: (1) (made by Walter, 'King's painter' in 1300): Confessor's Chapel, p. 28a (Plates 5, 22, 23); (2) (made for Mary II): Henry VII's Chapel, p. 61b. See also Introduction, p. 9.

Coronet, gilt (perhaps for the Earl of Essex): St. John's Chapel, p. 39b.

Cosmati family and School of Mosaic Workers: pp. 8, 9, 20b.
-, Pavements executed c. 1268 by Oderic, a Roman of the Cosmati school: (a) Presbytery, p. 25a (Fig.: p. 26; Plates 38, 39); (b) Confessor's Chapel, p. 316 (Figs.: pp. 32–3; Plate 57).
-, Shrine of Edward the Confessor (completed 1268), and Tomb of Henry III, 1272, the work of Peter a Roman of the Cosmati School: Confessor's Chapel, pp. 28b, 29b (Frontispiece and Plates 44 to 49).
-, Tomb of Katherine, daughter of Henry III, c. 1270: S. Ambulatory, p. 34b (Plate 5).

Cottington, Francis, Lord, 1652, Chancellor of the Exchequer, etc., and Anne (Meredith) his wife, 1633–4, monument (ascribed to F. Fanelli), with effigy of the former and bust of the latter: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 37a (Plates 27, 65, 66).

Cottrell, Clement, 1672, killed in the battle off Suffolk, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Cottgrave, Eleanor, see Pecksall.

Couci, William de, arms, see under Heraldry.

Couley, Abraham, 1667, poet, monument and floor-slab to (monument erected by George, Duke of Buckingham): S. Transept (E. aisle), p. 51a.

Coxe, Sir Richard, 1623, tablet to (by Nicholas Stone): S. Transept, p. 50b.

Cranfeild or Cranfield:
-, Anne, 1669–70, floor-slab to: S. Ambulatory, p. 35a.
-, Lionel, first Earl of Middlesex, 1645, and Anne (Bret) his second wife, monument with effigies of (by Nicholas Stone): St. Benedict's Chapel, p. 44b (Plate 197).
-, Lyonel, 1674, floor-slab to: S. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Creed, Major Richard, 1704, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57b.

Crewe:
-, Jane (Pultney) wife of Sir Clippesby Crewe, 1639, and Frances their daughter, monument to: N. Ambulatory, p. 34b.
-, John, son of Sir Clippesby, 1683–4, floor-slab to: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a.
-, Juliana, daughter of Sir Ralph, 1621, tablet to: N. Ambulatory, p. 34b.

Crosses, Consecration, pp. 14, 62a.

Crossing, The, p. 45a (Plate 31).

Crouchback, see Lancaster.

Crucifixion, The, painting: St. Faith's Chapel, p. 78b.

Crundale, Richard, tomb of Eleanor of Castile executed by: Confessor's Chapel, p. 29b.

Crypt below Chapter House, pp. 81a, 12 (Plate 159).

Cupboards, see under Furniture.

Cuthbert, St., figures of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a.

Daniel, name on scroll; Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Dark Cloister, pp. 83b, 90b (Plates 147, 173).

Darnley, Henry, Lord, figure of at side of tomb of Margaret, Countess of Richmond (Plate 128).

Daubeney:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Sir Gyles, K.G., 1507, Lieutenant of Calais, etc., and Elizabeth his wife, 1500, modern altar-tomb with original effigies of: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 36a (Plates 64, 188).

Davenant, Sir William, 1668, floor-slab to: S. Transept, p. 50b.

David, Carvings: N. Transept, W. aisle (boss), p. 49a; Nave, N. aisle (label-stop), p. 53a; Henry VII's Chapel (misericords), p. 70a; Name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

David, Sir Claude, monument by (of Philip Carteret): Nave (N. aisle), p. 54.

de Bohun, see Bohun.

de Bourbon, see Bourbon.

de Duras, see Duras.

de Forz, see Forz.

de Gouvernet, see Gouvernet.

de Humez, see Humez.

d'Orbais, see Orbais.

de St. Denis, see St. Denis.

de Valence, see Valence.

Deanery, The, p. 88b (Plates 153, 172).

Dean's House, formerly the Abbot's Lodging, pp. 76b, 86b.

Dedications. Abbey Church dedicated to St. Peter, p. 3; for dedications of Chapels and former Chapels and Altars, see Chapels.

Denis, St. (or Denys), Chapel of, p. 59a; Figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 63b (Plate 210); Henry V's Chantry (remains of reredos), p. 73b.

Denmark, Shipwreck of the King of, carving on frieze: Confessor's Chapel, p. 25b (Plate 42).

Derby, see also Ferrers and Derby.
-, Thomas, Earl of, arms of, see Stanley under Heraldry.

Destroyed buildings, pp. 5, 93b.

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex, 1646, floor-slab to: St. John's Chapel, p. 39b.

Domitian, St. John before, painting: Chapter House, p. 80a.

Doors:
-, 13th-century, probably: N. Transept, (E. aisle), p. 47b.
-, 13th or 14th-century: Pyx Chapel, p. 82a.
-, 14th-century, probably: Deanery (S. Range), p. 89a.
-, 15th-century: Chapels of—St. Paul, p. 36a; St. Nicholas, p. 39b (Plate 70); St. Edmund (see screen), p. 44a (Plate 81); Henry V's Chantry, p. 73a.
-, Mediaeval: Chapter House Vestibule, p. 79b.
-, 16th-century: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 62 (Plates 108, 117); Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew, p. 74a (Plate 141); Islip's Chapel, p. 75b (Plates 144, 145); Abbot's Hall, p. 87a; Jericho Parlour, p. 88.
-, 17th-century: Jerusalem Chamber (basement below), p. 87b; Cellarer's Building, p. 90a; Music Room, p. 90b; Farmery Lodgings, p. 91a.
-, 17th or early 18th-century: Undercroft, p. 82a.

Dorchester, Dudley Carleton, Viscount, see Carleton.

Dormer, Catherine, see St. John.

Dorothy, St., Figures of, in niches: Henry VII's chapel, pp. 63b, 64b (Plate 209); Henry V's Chantry, 71a.

Dorter, pp. 82b, 76a.

", Rere, pp. 83b, 76a (Plate 176).

", Sub-vault, p. 81a (Plates 21, 28, 160).

Doughty, John, S.T.P., 1672, prebendary, floor-slab to: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Douglas, Margaret, see Stuart.

Draiton, Michaell, 1631, poet laureate, tablet with bust of: S. Transept (E. aisle), p. 51a.

Dreux: Arms, see under Heraldry.

Ducheman, Thomas, screen which encloses Henry VII's tomb by, p. 8.

Dudley or Sutton, William, Dean of Windsor and Bishop of Durham, 1483, altar-tomb with indent of former brass effigy of: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 40b (Plate 69).

Dunstan, St., figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a.

", St., Chapel of, pp. 83a, 76b (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan).

Duppa:
-, Brian, S.T.P., 1662, Bishop of Winchester, floor-slab to: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a; tablet to: N. Transept, E. aisle (St. John's Chapel), p. 48b.
-, Sir Thomas, 1694, tablet to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Duras, Louis de, Earl of Feversham, 1709, Amand de Bourbon and Charlotte de Bourbon, floor-slab to (transferred from the French Church in the Savoy): N. Transept, p. 47a.

Durham, See of, arms, see under Heraldry.

", Walter of, see Walter of Durham.

Eastern Arm (Presbytery and Confessor's Chapel), pp. 21–31. (Plan, p. 23; Plates, list of, p. ii).

Edmund Crouchback see Lancaster.

" of Langley, Duke of York, son of Edward III, figure probably of ('weeper') on tomb of Edward III: Confessor's Chapel, p. 30b (Plate 55).

" St., King and Martyr, figures of: Henry V's Chantry (reredos, etc.), pp. 72b, 73b.; Henry VII's Chapel (niches), p. 63b (Plate 205).

" St., Archbishop of Canterbury, absolution of the King and barons by, 1236, in St. Katherine's Chapel, p. 12.

" and Thomas the Martyr, SS., Chapel of, p. 41b (Plan, p. 42; Plates, list of, pp. iii–iv).

Edward, St., King and Confessor (died Jan. 5th, 1066). Arms, see under Heraldry; Carved scenes from the legend of: Presbytery (screen), p. 25b (Plates 42, 43) (selection and treatment of subject akin to pictures in a manuscript at Trinity College, Cambridge, p. 6); Church built by, pp. 1, 3, 17a, 18a, 21b; Figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niches and plaque), pp. 63b, 65a and b (Plates 123, 124, 205); Henry V's Chantry (reredos, etc.), pp. 72b, 73b; Glass: Presbytery, p. 22a; Painting: Presbytery (sedilia), p. 26b (Plate 40); Shrine (finished 1268), p. 28b (Plates 44, 45, 46, 47); parts of shafts from: Undercroft, p. 82a; Tile (St. Edward and the Pilgrim): Chapter House, p. 81a (Plate 16).

", St., Chapel of, pp. 21, 27b–31b. (Plan, p. 23; Plates, list of, p. ii).

", I., 1307, Altar-tomb to: Confessor's Chapel, p. 29a (Plate 48); Painting of (sedilia): Presbytery, p. 26a (Plate 40); Work possibly of (Nave), p. 52a.

", II. (buried at Gloucester), p. 2.

" III., 1377, Altar-tomb and effigy of: Confessor's Chapel, p. 30b (Plates 26, 54, 55, 56, 187, 199); Funeral effigy of: Undercroft, p. 82a.

", IV. (buried at Windsor), p. 2.

", V. (p. 1) and Richard, Duke of York, his brother, murdered 1483, monument to, erected 1678: Henry VII's Chapel (N. aisle), p. 67b.

" VI., buried in the Abbey, p. 2.

Edward VII. (buried at Windsor), p. 2.

" Prince of Wales, son of Edward III: Arms, see under Heraldry; Figure of ('weeper') on tomb of Edward III: Confessor's Chapel, p. 30b (Plate 55).

Effigies, Funeral, Islip (Upper) Chapel, (wax), p. 76a; Undercroft (oak), p. 82a.

Effigies, Monumental: See also Introduction, pp. 7, 14, 15, Brasses, Monumental, and Plates 182 to 203.
-, Civil:
-,-, Men. 13th-century: Henry III, 1272, p. 29a (Plate 185). 14th-century: Edward III, 1377, p. 30b (Plates 187, 199); Richard II, 1399, p. 31a (Plates 187, 201); William of Windsor, 1340, p. 42b (Plate 75). 15th-century: Henry V, 1431, p. 73a. 16th-century: Bromley, Sir Thomas, 1587, p. 36b (Plate 192); Henry VII, 1509, p. 66a (Plates 189, 200); Owen, Thomas, 1598, p. 57a; Puckering, Sir John, 1596, p. 36a (Plate 192); Russell, John, Lord, 1584, p. 43a. 17th-century: Carleton, Dudley, Viscount Dorchester, 1631–2, p. 36b; Cottington, Francis, Lord, 1652, p. 37a (Plate 66); Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Newcastle, 1676, p. 46b (Plate 197); Cecill, Thomas, Earl of Exeter, 1622–3, p. 38b (Plate 198); Cranfield, Lionel, Earl of Middlesex, 1645, p. 44b (Plate 197); Heskett, Sir Thomas, 1605, p. 55a; Thynn, Thomas, 1681–2, p. 57a; Vere, Sir Francis, 1609, p. 48a (Plate 92).
-,-, Women: 13th-century: Eleanor of Castile, 1290, p. 29b (Plates 186, 199); Lancaster, Aveline, Countess of, 1273, p. 24b (Plate 185). 14th-century: Anne of Bohemia, 1394, p. 31a (Plate 187); Blanche of the Tower, 1340, p. 42b (Plate 75); Philippa of Hainault, 1369, p. 30a (Plates 187, 199). 15th-century: York, Philippa, Duchess of, 1431, p. 41a (Plate 189). 16th-century: Beaufort, Margaret, see Richmond, Countess of; Brandon, Francis, wife of Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk, and afterwards of Adrian Stock, 1559, p. 42b (Plate 191); Cecil, Elizabeth, wife of William, 2nd Earl of Exeter, 1591, p. 41a; Cecil, Mildred, wife of William, Lord Burghley, 1589, p. 40b (Plate 194); Elizabeth of York, 1502–3, p. 66a (Plates 189, 200); Daubeney, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Gyles, 1500, p. 36a (Plate 188); Pawlet, Winifred, wife of William, Marquis of Winchester, 1586, p. 41a (Plate 190); Pecksall, Eleanor (Pawlet-t) and Eleanor (Cottgrave) wives of Sir Richard, p. 43a; Puckering,—, wife of Sir John, p. 36a (Plate 192); Radclif, Frances, wife of Thomas, Earl of Sussex, 1589, p. 37a (Plate 193); Richmond, Margaret (Beaufort), Countess of, 1509, p. 68a (Plates 190, 200); Seymour, Anne, wife of Edward, Duke of Somerset and Lord Protector, 1587, p. 39b (Plate 191); Seymour, Francis, wife of Edward, Earl of Hertford, 1598, p. 44a (Plate 193); Stuart, Margaret, wife of Mathew, Earl of Lennox, 1577–8, p. 68b (Plate 191); Veere, Anne, wife of Edward, Earl of Oxford, 1588, p. 40b (Plate 194). 17th-century: Cavendish, Margaret, wife of William, 1st Duke of Newcastle, 1673, p. 46a (Plate 197); Cecill, Dorothy, wife of Thomas, Earl of Exeter, p. 38b (Plate 198); Cranfield, Anne, wife of Lionel, Earl of Middlesex, p. 44b (Plate 197); Elizabeth, Queen, 1603, p. 68a (Plates 193, 201); Fane, Elizabeth, wife of Sir George, p. 40a; Fullerton, — wife of Sir James, p. 36b (Plate 196); Gethin, Grace, wife of Sir Richard, 1697, p. 57a; Hatton, Alice, wife of Sir Christopher, 1623, p. 75b; Hill, Jane, wife of Othowell, 1631, p. 55a; Mary, Queen of Scots, 1586–7 (monument erected 1612), p. 68b (Plates 190, 201); Mary, daughter of James I, 1607, p. 67b; Norris, Margaret, wife of Henry, Lord, 1601, p. 48a (Plate 194); Popham, Anne, wife of Col. Edward, p. 38b; Russell, Elizabeth, daughter of John, Lord Russell, 1601, p. 43a; Seymour, Sarah, wife of John, 4th Duke of Somerset, 1692, p. 48a (Plate 91); Sophia, daughter of James I, 1606, p. 67b; St. John, Catherine, wife of John, Lord, 1614–15, p. 48a; Stuart, Frances, wife of Lewis, Duke of Lenox and Richmond, 1639, p. 67b; Talbot, Jane, wife of Edward, 8th Earl of Shrewsbury, p. 43b (Plate 195); Villiers, Catherine, wife of George, Duke of Buckingham, 1634, p. 67a (Plate 196); Villiers, Mary, wife of Sir George, p. 41b (Plate 195). Early 18th-century (before 1715); Beaufoy, Mary, daughter of Sir Henry, 1705, p. 55a; Kendall, Mary, 1709–10, p. 39b.
-,-, Ecclesiastical and Academical. 12th-century: Gilbert, Abbot, 1121, p. 78a (Plate 202); Laurence, Abbot, 1176, p. 78a (Plate 202). 13th-century: Humez, William de, Abbot, 1222, p. 78a (Plate 202). 14th-century: Langham, Cardinal Simon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1376, p. 44b (Plate 203). 15th-century: Colchester, Abbot William of, 1420, p. 39a (Plate 203). 16th-century: Ruthall, Thomas, Bishop of Durham, 1523, p. 39a (Plate 203). 17th-century: Busby, Richard, 1695, p. 50b (Plate 97); Goodman, Gabriel, Dean of Westminster, 1601, p. 44b (Plate 82). Early 18th-century (before 1715): Grabe, John Ernest, 1711, p. 50a.
-,-, Military: 13th-century: Edmund Crouchback, Earl of Lancaster, 1296, p. 23a (Plate 185); Valence, William de, 1296, p. 43b (Plates 79, 186). 14th-century: John of Eltham, 1337, p. 42b (Plate 188); Valence, Aymer de, Earl of Pembroke, 1324, p. 24b (Plate 186). 15th-century: Brocas, Sir Bernard, 1400, p. 43a (Plate 188). 16th-century: Daubeney, Sir Gyles, 1507, p. 36a (Plates 64, 188); Pecksall, Sir Richard, 1571, p. 43b; Thynne, William, 1584, p. 57a. 17th-century: Fane, Sir George, 1618, p. 40a; Fullerton, Sir James, 1630–1, p. 36b (Plate 196); Hatton, Sir Christopher, 1619, p. 75b; Norris, Henry, Lord, 1601, p. 48a (Plate 194); Popham, Col. Edward, 1651, p. 38b; Stuart, Lewis, Duke of Lenox and Richmond, 1623–4, p. 67b; Talbot, Edward, 8th Earl of Shrewsbury, 1617–8, p. 43b (Plate 195); Villiers, Sir George, 1605, p. 41b (Plate 195); Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham, 1628, p. 67a (Plate 196).
-,-, Miscellaneous (effigies in Roman Military Costume): 17th-century: Holles, Francis, son of John, Earl of Clare, 1622, p. 42b; Holles, Sir George, 1626, p. 48a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Shovell, Sir Cloudesley, 1707, p. 57a (Plate 101).
-, Busts:
-,-, Men: 16th-century (medallion): Lovel, Sir Thomas, 1524, p. 68b (Plate 28). 17th-century: Aiton, Sir Robert, 1638–9, p. 34b (Plate 66); Barrow, Isaac, 1677, p. 50b; Camden, William, 1623, p. 50a; Draiton, Michael, 1631, p. 51a; Richardson, Sir Thomas, 1634–5, p. 57a; Sanderson, Sir William, 1676, p. 49a; Savile, Sir George, Marquis of Halifax, 1695, p. 68a; Shadwell, Thomas, 1692, p. 51a; Tufton, Sir Richard, 1631, p. 34b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Carteret, Philip, 1710–11, p. 54b; Godolphin, Sidney, Lord, 1712, p. 58a; St. Denis, Charles de, Sieur de St. Evremond, 1703, p. 51a; Stepney, George, 1707, p. 57a.
-,-, Woman: 17th-century: Cottington, Anne, wife of Francis, Lord, 1633–4, p. 37a.
-,-, 'Weepers' and Subsidiary figures (excluding angels) on mediaeval monuments. 13th-century: on tombs of:—Edmund Crouchback, p. 22b (Plate 36); Aveline, wife of Edmund Crouchback, p. 24b. 14th-century: on tombs of:—Aylmer de Valence, p. 24a (Plate 36); Philippa of Hainault, p. 30a (Plate 75); Edward III, p. 30b (Plate 55); John of Eltham, p. 42b (Plates 75, 76). 16th-century: on tombs of:—Sir Gyles Daubeney (bedesmen), p. 36a; Henry VII (saints), p. 65b. (Illustrations of allegorical 'weepers' on 17th-century monuments, see Plate 120.)

Egerton:
-, James, 1687, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.
-, Penelope (Needham) wife of Randolph, 1669–70, floor-slab to: N.W. Tower, p. 58.

Eland, Esther de la Tour de Gouvernet, wife of Lord Eland, see Gouvernet.

Eleanor of Castile, first wife of Edward I, 1290, altar-tomb with effigy of: Confessor's Chapel, p. 29b (Plates 26, 50, 51, 52, 53, 186, 199).

Elijah, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Elisha, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Elizabeth, infant daughter of Henry VII, 1495, altar-tomb to: Confessor's Chapel, p. 30a.

", of York, see York.

", Queen, Arms, School Hall, p. 83a; Monument with effigy of, 1603: Henry VII's Chapel (N. aisle), p. 67b (Plates 193, 201).

", Woodville, queen of Edward IV, see Woodville.

'Elizeas' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Ellis, Jane (Stotevill), widow of Edward, see Hill.

Eloy, St., figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a.

Elsmer, Robert, 1512, Vicar of Watton, Herts, part of former inscription to (on back of brass to Sir Thomas Parry, 1560): N. Ambulatory, p. 34a.

Eltham, John of, see John of Eltham.

Ely Abbey, p. 18a.

", See of, arms, see under Heraldry.

Empire, The (for Emperor Frederick II) arms, see under Heraldry.

Enamel-work, Limoges Champlevé (on tomb of William de Valence, 1296), pp. 8, 43b (Plate 79).

England, arms, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Ephesus, The Seven Sleepers of, King Edward the Confessor's vision of, carving on screen: Presbytery, p. 25b (Plate 43).

Erasmus, St., Chapel (former) of, p. 17b; Figure: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 65a; "Sanctus Erasmus," etc., inscriptions above doorway to Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew, p. 35a (Plate 141).

'Esay,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

'Esdreas,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Essex, Earl of, see Devereux.

Estney, Abbot John, 1498, Monument with brass of: N. Ambulatory, p. 34a (Plate 183); Building completed under (1474–98), p. 17b.

Evremond, St., see St. Denis.

Exeter, Earl of, see Cecil.

'Ezechial,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Faith, St., painting of, p. 78b (Plate 154).

", St., Chapel of, pp. 78b, 76a (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan; Plates 25, 154).

Fairborne, Sir Palmes, 1680, governor of 'Tanger,' tablet to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Fane, Elizabeth (Spenser) wife of Sir George, 1618, monument with effigies of herself and husband: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 40a.

Fanelli, F. (sculptor), monuments ascribed to (of Sir Robert Aiton and Francis, Lord Cottington), pp. 34, 37a.

Fanshaw, Alise, see Hatton.

Farmery or Infirmary, pp. 90a, 12, 76a and b (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan).

", Chapel, p. 91b (Plates 161, 176).

", Lodgings, pp. 90b, 91a.

Farmerer's Hall, p. 92b.

Fascet:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Abbot George, 1500, altar-tomb to: St. John's Chapel, p. 39a (Plates 26, 68).

Faversham, King Stephen buried at, p. 1.

Feckenham, Abbot, 1556–60. Shrine of Edward the Confessor restored, re-set and added to by, p. 28b.

Ferne, Henry, S.T.D., Bishop of Chester, 1661–2, brass of: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 41b.

Ferrers and Derby, William, Earl of, arms, see under Heraldry.

Feversham, Earl of, see Duras.

Figure-sculpture, see Sculpture, Figure.

Filding, Anne, see Morland.

Fire of 1298, pp. 11, 76b.

Fireplaces and Overmantels:
-, 15th-century, possibly: Abbot's Kitchen, p. 87a.
-, 16th-century: S.W. Tower (remains), p. 58b; Dark Cloister (room over), p. 84a; Jericho Parlour, p. 88a and b; Farmery Lodging, p. 90b; Infirmary Chapel, p. 92b.
-, 17th-century: Prior's Lodging, p. 85b; Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b (Plate 169); Farmery Lodgings, pp. 90b, 91a; House S.E. of Infirmary Chapel, p. 93b (Plate 178).
-, c. 1700: House S.E. of Infirmary Chapel, p. 93a.
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Room above St. Dunstan's Chapel, p. 83a.

Fisher, Ambrose, 1617, floor-slab to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78b.

Fitzalan, arms, see under Heraldry.

Fitzharding:
-, Barbarah (Villiers), Lady Fitzharding, 1708, floor-slab to: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a.
-, John, Viscount, 1712, floor-slab to: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Fitzwalter, arms, see under Heraldry.

Fitzwarren, " " " "

Five Thousand, feeding of, painting on retable: Ambulatory, p. 35b (Plate 9).

Flanders, arms, see under Heraldry.

Floor-slabs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Folliott, Rebecca, daughter of Lord, 1697, floor-slab to: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Fontevrault, Henry I and Richard I, buried at, p. 1.

Forz de (Earl of Albemarle):
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Aveline, Countess of Albemarle, see Lancaster.

Fox:
-, James, 1677 and William, 1680, monument to: Cloister, (N. walk), p. 78a.
-, John, 1691, floor-slab to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78b.
-, Thomas, 1691, floor-slab to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78b.

France, arms, see under Heraldry.

", and England, arms, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

", Isle de, buildings of, p. 19a.

Frater, pp. 84a, 12, 76a and b (Plates 152, 153, 161).

Frederick II, Emperor, arms, p. 53a.

French influence, pp. 4, 19a.

Frost, John, 1696, floor-slab to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78b.

Fullerton, Sir James, 1630–1, first gentleman of the bedchamber to Charles I, altar-tomb with effigies of: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 36b (Plates 63, 196).

Funeral effigies, see Effigies, Funeral.

" helms, see under Armour.

Furniture:
-, Book-cases:
-,-, 17th-century: Chapter Library, p. 82b (Plate 168); Bus by Library, p. 83b (Plate 164).
-,-, Chairs: see Coronation Chairs.
-,-, Chests. See also Introduction, p. 14.
-,-, 12th-century: Muniment Room, p. 51b (Plate 21).
-,-, 13th-century: Muniment Room, p. 51b; Triforium, p. 45a; Pyx Chapel, p. 81b.
-,-, 14th-century: Muniment Room, p. 51b; Undercroft, p. 82a (Plate 21).
-,-, 15th-century: Triforium, p. 45a (cope chest); Muniment Room, p. 51b (Plate 21); Undercroft, p. 82a.
-,-, 15th or 16th-century: Islip Chapel, p. 75b; Pyx Chapel, p. 81b.
-,-, 16th-century: Triforium, p. 45a.
-,-, 17th-century, probably: Jericho Parlour, p. 88a.
-, Cupboards:
-,-, 14th-century, probably: Muniment Room, p. 51b (Plate 96).
-,-, 16th, 17th and 18th-century: Islip (upper) Chapel, p. 75b.
-,-, Tables: 17th-century: Muniment Room, p. 51b; Islip Chapel, p. 76a; Busby Library, p. 83b (Plate 164); Abbot's Hall, p. 87a.

Gabriel, St., figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 63b, see also Annunciation, The.

Galilee Porch (former) pp. 5, 17a, 93b (see Historical Ground Plan).

Galleries:
-, 16th-century: Nave (S. aisle), p. 56b.
-, 17th-century: Prior's Lodging (Ashburnham House), p. 85b (Plate 166); Abbot's Hall, p. 87a (Plate 170); Chapter Library, p. 82b (Plates 162, 168).

Galofre, see Golofre.

Gatehouse, Great and Inner (former), p. 93b.

Gates, see under Metal-work.

Gawen, Ann (Bush) wife of William, 1659, five children and her parents Isaac and Frances Bush, monument to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78a.

George I, buried at Hanover, p. 2.

" II, " in the Abbey, pp. 1, 2.

" III, " at Windsor, p. 2.

" IV, " " " p. 2.

" St.: Figures of; Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 65a; (plaque on Henry's tomb), p. 65b (Plate 124); (Chantry), p. 67a (Plate 123); Henry V's Chantry, pp. 72a, 73b.

Germain of Auxerre, St. (?) figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a.

Gesso-work:
-, 13th-century: (retable), p. 35; (tombs of Edmund Crouchback, 1296, and Aveline his wife, 1273), pp. 23a, 24a and b.
-, c. 1300: (Coronation chair) p. 28a.
-, 14th-century: (sedilia) p. 25b; (tomb of Richard II, 1399 ('tester')), p. 31b.

Gethin, Grace (Norton) wife of Sir Richard, 1697, monument with effigy of: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a.

Gibbons, Grinling, monument by (of Mary Beaufoy): Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Gilbert, Abbot, 1121, slab with effigy in relief of: Cloister (S. walk), p. 78a (Plate 202); building under, p. 76a.

Giles, St., Chapel of, p. 59a; Figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a.

Glass, painted:
-, See also Introduction, p. 9.
-, 13th-century: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b (Plates 17, 18, 19); N. Transept, (W. aisle), p. 49a; Presbytery, pp. 21–22; Muniment Room, p. 51b.
-, 14th-century: Presbytery, pp. 21–22; Muniment Room, p. 51b.
-, 15th-century: Presbytery, pp. 21–22; S.W. Tower p. 58b.
-, 16th-century: Presbytery, pp. 21–22; Henry VII's Chapel, p. 63 (Plates 118, 119); Jericho Parlour, p. 88a.
-, 17th-century: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b; Jericho Parlour, p. 88a;
-, Made up of fragments of various dates: N.W. Tower, p. 58b; S. W. Tower, p. 58b.

Gloucester Abbey, Edward II buried at, p. 2; likeness to Westminster, p. 18a.

" Duke of, see Woodstock.

" Earl of, see Clare.

" John of, master-mason, p. 6.

" Miles of, arms, see under Heraldry.

God, see Almighty, The.

Godfrey, Edward, 1640, and Sir Edmund Berry, 1678, monument to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78a.

Godolphin, Sidney, Lord, 1712, Lord High Treasurer, etc., monument with bust of: Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Goliath, carvings of: Henry VII's Chapel (misericords), p. 70a.

Golofre or Galofre:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Sir John, 1396, remains of former brass to: Ambulatory, p. 34a.

Goodman, Dr. Gabriel, Dean of Westminster, 1601, monument and effigy of: St. Benedict's Chapel, p. 44b (Plate 82).

Gouland, Richard, 1659, monument to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78a.

Gouvernet, Esther de la Tour de, wife of Lord Eland, 1694, floor-slab to: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a; monument with effigy in relief of: Undercroft, p. 82a.

Grabe, John Ernest, S.T.P., 1711 (buried in St. Pancras' Church), monument with effigy of: S. Transept, p. 50a.

Graffiti, probably 15th-century: Confessor's Chapel (Henry III's tomb), p. 29a and b.

Grammar School of 1461, p. 89a.

Granary, Great, p. 93b.

Grates, see under Metal-work.

Gregory, St., niche formerly containing figure possibly of: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 64b.

Grey, Francis (Brandon) wife of Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk and afterwards of Adrian Stock, 1559, monument to (dated 1563): St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 42b (Plates 27, 73, 77, 81, 191).

(H) 'Abacuc', name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Hagar and Ishmael, expulsion of, tapestry: St. Faith's Chapel, p. 79a. (Plate 25).

(H) 'Aggeus' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Hainault:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Philippa of, see Philippa of Hainault.

Hales Owen Abbey, tiles similar to those in the Chapter House at, p. 8.

Halifax, Marquis of, see Savile.

Hanover, George I, buried at, p. 2.

Harbord, Sir Charles, 1672, killed in the battle off Suffolk, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Harlay, Anne Sophia, daughter of Christophe, Comte de Beaumont, French Ambassador, 1605, monument of: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41a (Plate 69).

Harold, King, crowned in the Confessor's Church, p. 1; his quire at Waltham, p. 18b; quarrel with Tostig (carving on Presbytery screen) p. 25b (Plate 43).

Harowden, Abbot Richard, 1440, indent of former brass said to be of: S. Ambulatory, p. 34a.

Harpeden:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Sir John, 1457, monument with brass of: N. Ambulatory, p. 34a (Plates 33, 182).

Harsnett, Carola, see Morland.

Hastings:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Margaret of England, wife of John Hastings, Earl of Pembroke, see Margaret of England.

Hatfield, William of, see William of Hatfield.

Hatton, Sir Christopher, 1619, and Alise (Fanshaw), his wife, 1623, monument with effigies of: Islip Chapel, p. 75b.

Haule, Robert, 1378, indent of former brass said to be of: S. Transept, p. 50a.

Hawkin (Hennequin) of Liège, tomb of Philippa of Hainault, wife of Edward III, made by (1367): Confessor's Chapel, pp. 7, 30a.

Hayles Abbey, likeness to Westminster, pp. 4, 19b.

Helen, St., figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a.

Hennequin of Liège see Hawkin.

Henry I (buried at Reading), p. 1.

" II (" " Fontevrault), p. 1.

" III, pp. 1, 2, 3, 12, 18b, 19a, 20b, 52b, 76a. Altar-tomb with effigy of, 1272: Confessor's Chapel, p. 29a (Frontispiece and Plates 48, 49, 185); Figure probably of: Henry V's Chantry, p. 72b.

" IV (buried at Canterbury), pp. 2, 3, 12; painting of: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.

" V, p. 3; altar-tomb with effigy of, 1422: Henry V's Chantry, p. 73a (Plate 129).

" V's Chantry Chapel, p. 71a (Plan, p. 72; Plates, list of, p. v).

" VI (buried at Windsor), pp. 2, 3; initials probably for on pedestal of empty niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 63b.

" VII, 1509, and his queen, Elizabeth of York, 1502–3, Chantry Chapel and tomb with effigies of: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a (Plates 51, 121 to 124, 189, 200); funeral effigy of: Undercroft, p. 82a.

" VII's Chapel (begun Jan. 1502–3, finished c. 1519), p. 59a (Plans, pp. 62, 64; Plates, list of, p. v.).

" VIII (buried at Windsor), p. 2.

" Prince of Wales (eldest son of James I) wooden funeral effigy of: Undercroft, p. 82a.

" "of Reyns," master-mason, pp. 4, 6, 19a.

Heraldry (Plates 26, 27, 102, 103, 117–120):
-, Arms, Shields-of-(before 1550):
-,-, Blazoned and identified: (Note—for the blazons of these arms see pp. 99, 100). Albemarle: see Forz below. Aspall: St. Edmund's Chapel (Bourgchier tomb), p. 43a. Balliol (John): Nave, N. aisle (spandrel), p. 55b. Beauchamp (of Bletso): Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle (tomb of Margaret, (daughter of Sir John Beaufort), Countess of Richmond), p. 68a. Beaufort: Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle (tomb), p. 68a. Berners: St. Edmund's Chapel (Bourgchier tomb), p. 43a. Bigod, Roger, Earl of Norfolk: Nave, N. aisle, p. 53a (Plate 102). Bohemia: Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Richard II. and Anne of Bohemia), p. 31b; St. Benedict's Chapel (Langham tomb), p. 44b. Bohun: St. Edmund's Chapel (tomb of Eleanor (de Bohun), widow of Thomas of Woodstock), p. 42a; formerly in Nave, N. aisle (for Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford), p. 53a. Bouchier or Bourgchier: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 37a and b (Plate 26); St. Edmund's Chapel (tomb), p. 43a. Brittany, see also Dreux below: Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Edward III), p. 30b. Burgh, de: Ambulatory (Harpeden brass), p. 34a, Henry VII's Chapel: (a) glass, (b) Henry VII's tomb (Plate 122), (c) tomb of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond, pp. 63a, 65b, 68a. Burghersh: St. Nicholas' Chapel (tomb of Philippa Mohun, wife of Edward, Duke of York), p. 41a. Camville: St. Nicholas' Chapel (Stanley brass), p. 39b. Canterbury, See of: St. Benedict's Chapel (Langham tomb), p. 44b. Castile and Leon: Presbytery (tomb of Edmund Crouchback), p. 22b, 23a; Confessor's Chapel (tombs of (a) Eleanor of Castile, first wife of Edward I; (b) Edward III), pp. 29b. 30b. Chaucer (Geoffrey): S. Transept, E. aisle (tomb), p. 51a. Clare, de: Muniment Room (tiles), p. 52a; Nave, N. aisle (for Richard de Clare, Earl of Gloucester), p. 53a (Plate 102); St. Faith's Chapel (tile), p. 79a. Clarence, Lionel, Duke of: Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Edward III.), p. 30b. Cleves: Presbytery (tomb of Anne of Cleves), p. 25a. Clifford: Presbytery (traces of on tomb of Edmund Crouchback), p. 23a; formerly in spandrel, Nave, S. aisle (for Roger de Clifford), p. 58a. Cobham (of Cobham): Ambulatory (Harpeden brass), p. 34a. Cobham (of Sterborough): Ambulatory (Harpeden brass), p. 34a. Cornwall (Richard, Earl of): Presbytery (glass and tomb of Edmund Crouchback), pp. 22a and b, 23a; Nave, S. aisle, p. 56a (Plate 103). Couci (William de): Presbytery (tomb of Aymer de Valence), p. 24a. Crouchback, see Lancaster. Daubeney: St. Paul's Chapel (Daubeney effigy), p. 36a. Derby, see Ferrers and Derby and also Stanley below. Dreux: Presbytery (tombs of Edmund Crouchback and Aymer de Valence), pp. 23a, 24a; Nave, N. aisle (spandrel) (for John de Dreux, Duke of Brittany and Earl of Richmond), p. 55b. Durham, See of: St. John's Chapel (Ruthall tomb), p. 39a. Edward the Confessor: Presbytery (glass), p. 22a; Confessor's Chapel (Richard II's tomb), p. 31b; St. John's Chapel (Fascet tomb), p. 39a; St. Edmund's Chapel (Waldeby brass), p. 42a; St. Benedict's Chapel (Langham tomb), p. 44b; Nave (boss), p. 52b; Nave, S. aisle, p. 55b (Plate 103); S.W. Tower (glass), p. 58b; Henry VII's Chapel (glass), p. 63a; Chapel of our Lady of the Pew, p. 73b (Plate 26); Rere-dorter, p. 83b; Abbot's Hall (corbel), p. 87a; Jericho Parlour (glass), p. 88a; House, S. E. of the Infirmary Chapel (tile), p. 93a. On church plate, p. 76a. Edward, Prince of Wales, see Wales below. Eltham, John of: St. Edmund's Chapel (tomb), p. 42b. Ely, See of: St. Benedict's Chapel (Langham tomb), p. 44b. Empire, The: Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Richard II), p. 31b; Nave, N. aisle (for Emperor Frederick II), p. 53a (Plate 102). England, see Royal Arms below. Fascet: St. John's Chapel (tomb), p. 39a (Plate 26). Ferrers and Derby, William, Earl of: Nave, S. aisle (spandrel), p. 58a. Fitzalan: St. Edmund's Chapel (tomb of Eleanor (de Bohun), widow of Thomas of Woodstock), p. 42a. Fitzwalter: St. Nicholas' Chapel (tomb of Philippa (Mohun) wife of Edward Duke of York), p. 41a; Nave, N. aisle (spandrel) (for Robert Fitzwalter), p. 55b. Fitz Warren (Fulc): Nave, S. aisle (spandrel), p. 58a. Flanders: Presbytery (tombs of Edmund Crouchback and Aymer de Valence, pp. 23a, 24a; Confessor's Chapel: (tomb of Philippa of Hainault), p. 30a (Plate 26). Forz, Earl of Albemarle: Presbytery (traces of on tomb of Edmund Crouchback), p. 23a; Nave, N. aisle (for William de Forz), p. 53a (Plate 102). France, Ancient (see also Royal Arms below): Presbytery (tombs of Edmund Crouchback and Aymer de Valence), pp. 22b, 23a, 24a; Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Philippa of Hainault), p. 30a; St. Edmund's Chapel (tomb of William de Valence), p. 43b; Chapel of St. Benedict (Langham tomb), 44b; Nave, N. aisle (for Louis IX), p. 53a (Plate 102). France, Modern, (see also Royal Arms below): Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle (tomb of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond), p. 68a. Galofre: St. Nicholas' Chapel (tomb of Philippa (Mohun), wife of Edward, Duke of York), p. 41a. Gloucester, Earl of, see Clare above. " Miles of, see Miles below. Hainault: Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Philippa, p. 30a (Plate 26); St. Benedict's Chapel (Langham tomb), p. 44b. Harpeden: Ambulatory (brass), p. 34a. Hastings: Presbytery (tomb of Aymer de Valence) (for John de Hastings), p. 24a; Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Philippa of Hainault) (John de Hastings, Earl of Pembroke), p. 30a (Plate 26); Nave, N. aisle (spandrel) (for Henry de), p. 55b. Hereford, Earl of, see Bohun above. Hillary: St. Edmund's Chapel (Bourgchier tomb), p. 43a. Holland, County of: Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Philippa of Hainault), p. 30a (Plate 26). Holland (Margaret, daughter of Thomas, Earl of Kent): Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle (tomb of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond), p. 68a. Hospital, The: Presbytery (traces of on tomb of Edmund Crouchback), p. 23a. Islip: Islip Chapel, p. 74b. John of Eltham, see Eltham above. Kent, Earl of, see Holland above. Lacy (Henry de, Earl of Lincoln): Nave, S. aisle, p. 56a (Plate 103). Lancaster, Earldom of; Presbytery (tomb of Edmund Crouchback), p. 22b. Lathom: St. Nicholas' Chapel (Stanley brass), p. 39b; Henry VII's Chapel (tomb of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond), p. 68a. Leicester, Earl of, see Montfort below. Leon, see Castile and Leon above. Lincoln, Earl of, see Lacy above. Lionel, Duke of Clarence, see Clarence above. Litlington (Abbot Nicholas): Prior's Lodging, p. 86a; Abbot's Hall (corbel), p. 87a; Litlington's Tower, p. 90b. Longespee (William Earl of Salisbury): Nave, S. aisle, p. 58a. Louvain or Lovayne: St. Paul's Chapel (Bourchier tomb), p. 37b; St. Edmund's Chapel (Bourgchier tomb), p. 43a. Man, Isle of: Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle (tomb of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond), p. 68a. Mauny: St. Paul's Chapel (Bourchier tomb), p. 37b. Miles of Gloucester: St. Edmund's Chapel (tomb of Eleanor (de Bohun) widow of Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester), p. 42a. Mohun: St. Nicholas' Chapel (tomb of Philippa (Mohun) wife of Edward, Duke of York), p. 41a. Montalt: Nave, S. aisle (spandrel) (for Roger de Montalt), p. 58a; Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle (tomb of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond), p. 68a. Montfort, Simon de (Earl of Leicester): Nave, N. aisle, p. 53a (Plate 102). Mortimer: Ambulatory (Harpeden brass), p. 34a; Henry VII's Chapel (a) glass, (b) Henry VII's tomb (Plate 122), (c) tomb of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond), p. 63a, 65b, 68a; formerly in spandrel, Nave, S. aisle (for Roger de Mortimer), p. 58a. Mowbrai (Roger de): Nave, N. aisle (spandrel), p. 55b. Munchensy: Presbytery (tomb of Aymer de Valence), p. 24a. Neville: Presbytery (traces of on tomb of Edmund Crouchback), p. 23a. Newell: St. Edmund's Chapel (Bourgchier tomb), p. 43a. Norfolk, Earl of, see Bigod above. Oxford, Earl of, see Vere below. Pembroke, Earl of, see Hastings above, also Valence, below. Ponthieu: Presbytery (tomb of Edmund Crouchback), pp. 22b, 23a; Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Eleanor of Castile), p. 29b. Provence: Presbytery (glass and tombs of Edmund Crouchback and Aymer de Valence), pp. 22a and b, 23a, 24a; Nave, S. aisle (for Raymond, Count of Provence, father of Queen Eleanor), p. 56a (Plate 103). Pype: St. Nicholas Chapel (Stanley brass), p. 39b. Quincy (Roger de, Earl of Winchester): Nave, S. aisle, p. 56a (Plate 103). Richmond (Edmund Tudor, Earl of): Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle (tomb of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond), p. 68a, see also Dreux, Duke of Brittany and Earl of Richmond above. Robessart: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 37a and b (Plate 26). Roelt: St. Paul's Chapel (Bourchier tomb), p. 37b. Roos (Robert de): Nave, N. aisle (spandrel), p. 55b. Ross (Richard, Earl of): Nave, S. aisle, p. 56a (Plate 103). Ruthall: St. John's Chapel (tomb), p. 39a. St. Pol: Presbytery (tomb of Aymer de Valence), p. 24a. Salisbury, Earl of, see Longespee above. Somerset, John, Duke of, see Beaufort above. Stafford (of Stafford): St. Nicholas' Chapel (Stanley brass), p. 39b. Stafford, Robert de: Nave, N. aisle (spandrel), p. 55b. Stanley: St. Nicholas' Chapel (Stanley brass), p. 39b; Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle (tomb of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond), p. 68a. Talbot (Gilbert): Nave, N. aisle (spandrel), p. 55b. Thorpe: St. Edmund's Chapel (Bourgchier tomb), p. 43a. Thwenge (Robert de): Nave, S. aisle (spandrel), p. 58a. Tilney: St. Edmund's Chapel (Bourgchier tomb), p. 43a. Tudor, Edmund, see Richmond, Earl of, above. Valence: Presbytery (tombs of Edmund Crouchback and Aymer de Valence), pp. 22b, 23a, 24a; Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Philippa of Hainault), p. 30a (Plate 26); St. Edmund's Chapel (tomb of William de Valence), p. 43b; formerly in Nave, S. aisle (spandrel) (for William de Valence, Earl of Pembroke), p. 58a. Valois: Presbytery (tomb of Aymer de Valence) (for Charles de Valois), p. 24a; Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle (tomb of Margaret Beaufort) (for Katherine de Valois), p. 68a. Venables (Roger de): Nave, S. aisle (spandrel), p. 58a. Vere, Hugh de, Earl of Oxford,: Nave, N. aisle (spandrel), p. 55b. Wales, Edward Prince of: Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Edward III), p. 30b. Warenne: St. Edmund's Chapel (tomb of Eleanor (de Bohun) widow of Thomas of Woodstock), p. 42a; Nave, N. aisle (for John, Earl of Warenne), p. 53a (Plate 102). Westminster Abbey: St. John's Chapel (Fascet tomb), p. 39a (Plate 26); St. Benedict's Chapel (Langham tomb), p. 44b; Nave (boss), p. 52b; Nave, S. aisle (boss), p. 56a; N.W. Tower (boss), p. 58b; Abbot's Hall (corbel), p. 87a. Winchester, Earl of, see Quincy above. York, Elizabeth of, see under Royal Arms below.
-,-, Royal Arms. England c. 1198–1340 (gules three leopards or): Presbytery: (glass and tombs of Edmund Crouchback and Aymer de Valence), pp. 22a and b, 23a, 24a; Confessor's Chapel: (tomb of Eleanor of Castile), p. 29b (Plate 26); St. Edmund's Chapel: (tombs of John of Eltham and William de Valence), pp. 42b, 43b; St. Benedict's Chapel (tiles), p. 44b; Muniment Room (tiles), p. 52a; Nave, S. aisle (spandrel), p. 55b (Plate 103); St. Faith's Chapel (tiles), p. 79a; Chapter House (tiles), p. 81a (Plate 16); House S.E. of Infirmary Chapel, p. 93a. England and France 1340–c. 1405 (azure powdered with fleurs-de-lis or for France Ancient and England quarterly): Confessor's Chapel (tombs of Philippa of Hainault, Edward III, and Richard II), pp. 30a and b, 31b (Plate 26); St. Edmund's Chapel (tomb of Eleanor (de Bohun) widow of Thomas of Woodstock, and Waldeby brass), p. 42a; St. Benedict's Chapel (Langham tomb), p. 44b; S.W. Tower (glass), p. 58b; Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew, p. 73b (Plate, p. 26). England and France c. 1405–1603 (azure three fleurs-de-lis or for France Modern and England quarterly: Presbytery (glass), p. 22a; St. Nicholas' Chapel, (tomb of Philippa (Mohun) wife of Edward, Duke of York), p. 41a; Henry VII's Chapel, (chancel), p. 59b; (vestibule), p. 61b; (glass), p. 63a; (misericord), p. 70a; tombs of Henry VII, pp. 65b, 66a (Plate 122); and Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond, p. 68a; Henry V's Chantry, pp. 71a, 72a, 73a; Jericho Parlour (glass), p. 88a; Blackstole Tower, p. 89a; Cellarer's Range, p. 89b. York, Elizabeth of, (1 France modern and England quarterly 2 and 3 de Burgh and 4 Mortimer), Henry VII's Chapel: (tomb), p. 65b (tomb of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond), p. 68a. Arms Blazoned but not identified: Presbytery (tombs of Edmund Crouchback and Aymer de Valence), pp. 22b, 24a; St. Paul's Chapel (Bourchier tomb), p. 37b; St. John's Chapel (Vaughan tomb), p. 38b; St. Nicholas' Chapel (screen), p. 41b; St. Edmund's Chapel (Bourgchier tomb and tomb of William de Valence), pp. 43a and b; St. Benedict's Chapel (Langham tomb and tiles), p. 44b; N. Transept, E. aisle (tiles), p. 48b; Muniment Room, p. 51b; House S.E. of Infirmary Chapel, p. 93a.
-,-, Heraldic Glass: 13th-century: Presbytery, p. 22a. 15th-century: S.W. Tower, p. 58b. 16th-century: Presbytery, p. 22a; Henry VII's Chapel, p. 63 (Plates 118, 119); Jericho Parlour, p. 88a. 17th-century: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b; Jericho Parlour, p. 88a.
-,-, Heraldic Paintings (before 1550): On tombs: 13th-century: on tombs of:—Edmund Crouchback, 1296, pp. 22–24; Aveline, wife of Edmund Crouchback, 1273, p. 24b. 14th-century: on tombs of:—Aymer de Valence, 1324, p. 24a; Richard II, 1399, p. 31b; Lewis Robessart, Lord Bourchier, 1431, p. 37; Philippa, wife of Edward, Duke of York, 1431, p. 41a. 16th-century: on tombs of:—Sir Giles Daubeney, 1507, p. 36a; Abbot George Fascet, 1500, p. 39. Miscellaneous: 13th-century: Muniment Room, p. 51b. 14th-century: Muniment Room, p. 51b; Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew, p. 74a; Abbot's Hall, p. 87a. 14th or 15th-century: Nave (N. aisle), pp. 53a, 55b (Plate 102); (S. aisle), pp. 55b, 58a (Plate 103). 15th-century: Henry V's Chantry, p. 73a. 16th-century: Ambulatory (niche), p. 35a; Islip Chapel, p. 74b.
-,-, Heraldic Tiles. 13th-century: Chapter House, p. 81a (Plate 16). 14th-century: Muniment Room, p. 52a. 14th or 15th-century: St. Benedict's Chapel, p. 44b; Pyx Chapel, p. 82a; House S.E. of Infirmary Chapel, p. 93a. Mediaeval: N. Transept (E. aisle), p. 48b; St. Faith's Chapel, p. 79a.

Herbert of Cherbury, Edward, Lord, 1678, floor-slab to: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 44a.

Hereford, Earl of, arms, see Bohun under Heraldry.

Hermann and Osmund's Cathedral at Old Sarum, p. 18a.

Heskett, Sir Thomas, 1605, monument with effigy of: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Hertford, Francis, Countess of, see Seymour.

Heylyn, Dr. Peter, 1662, Sub-dean of Westminster, tablet and floor-slab to: Nave (N. aisle), pp. 54a, 55b.

Hill, Jane (Stotevill) wife successively of Edward Ellis and Othowell Hill, LL.D., 1631, monument with effigy of: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Hillary, arms, see under Heraldry.

Historians of the Abbey, pp. 5, 13.

Historical Development, of Abbey Church, pp. 3, et seq., 17–20; of Monastic Buildings, p. 76.

Historical Ground Plan, end of volume.

Holland:
-, (County of) arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Margaret, daughter of Thomas, Earl of Kent, arms, see under Heraldry.

Holles:
-, Francis, son of John, Earl of Clare, 1622, monument and effigy of (by Nicholas Stone): St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 42b.
-, Sir George, 1626, monument and effigy of (by Nicholas Stone): N. Transept, E. aisle (St. John's Chapel), p. 48a.
-, John, Duke of Newcastle, 1711, floor-slab to: N. Transept, p. 46b.

Holy Ghost, descent of, glass: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b (Plate 19).

Horneck, Antony, S.T.P., 1696–7, tablet and floor-slab to: S. Transept, p. 50a and b.

Hosea, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Hospital, The, arms, see under Heraldry.

House of Commons, assembly of, in the Chapter House, from the 13th century until the removal to St. Stephen's Chapel in 1547, p. 12.

Howard,
-, Frances, see Seymour.
-, Frances, see Stuart.

Hugh of Lincoln, St., figure in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a.

Hughes, Sarah, name on altar candlestick of 1691, p. 76a.

Humez, Abbot William de, 1222, effigy of: Cloister (S. walk), p. 78a (Plate 202).

Hunsdon, Lord, see Carey.

Hyde, Anne see Carey.

Images, see Introduction, pp. 6, 7, Plates 131 to 140, 204 to 215, etc.; and Plan, p. 64.

Indents, see under Brasses.

Infirmary see Farmery.

Ingram, Sir Thomas, P.C., 1671, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and Mary his daughter, 1651, monument to: S. Ambulatory, p. 34b.

Innocents, Massacre of the, glass: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b (Plate 17).

Iron-work see under Metal-work.

Irving, Washington, description of the Chapter-house Library written by, p. 12.

Isaac, birth and circumcision of (tapestry): Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.

Ishmael and Hagar, expulsion of (tapestry): St. Faith's Chapel, p. 79a (Plate 25).

Isle de France, buildings of, p. 19a.

Islip, Abbot John (1500–32), Arms, see under Heraldry: Remains of monument to, 1532, p. 75b (Plate 8); Name and badges, on niche above doorway of Our Lady of the Pew, p. 35a (Plate 7); badge in stained glass: Jericho Parlour, p. 88a; Building, etc., by, pp. 3, 4, 17b. Jericho Parlour added to the Abbot's Lodging by, early in the 16th century, pp. 76b; 86b.

", Chapel, p. 74a. (Plan, p. 74; Plates, list of, p. vi).

Italian work, pp. 8, 20b.

Jairus' daughter, raising of, painting on retable: Ambulatory, p. 35b (Plate 9).

James, Mary, daughter of Sir Robert Killigrew and wife of Sir John James, 1677, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a; floor-slab to: N. Transept, p. 46b.

James I, buried in the Abbey, p. 2; funeral effigy: Undercroft, p. 82a.

" II, buried at Paris, p. 2.

" the Less, St., Figure of, Henry VII's Chapel, (niche), p. 64a; Name on scroll ('James L'), Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

" the Great, St., Figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche and Chantry Chapel), pp. 64a, 66b (Plate 123); Henry V's Chantry, p. 72b; Name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Jehu, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Jenins, Robert, master-mason, p. 6.

'Jeremy,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Jericho Parlour, pp, 88a, 76b. (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan; Plate 177).

Jerome, St., figures of, in niches: Henry VII's Chapel, pp. 63b, 64b (Plate 207).

'Jeromias Pp,' name and figure (glass): Henry VII's Chapel, p. 63a.

Jerusalem Chamber, pp. 87a, 12, 76b. (Plan, see Historical Ground Plan; Plates, list of, p. vi).

Jesse, Stem of, carving on wall-arch said to represent: Entrance to Chapter House, p. 77a.

Jesus Chapel, The, see Islip's Chapel.

Joan de la Tour, daughter of Edward III and betrothed wife of Pedro of Castile, figure of ('weeper') on tomb of Edward III: Confessor's Chapel, p. 30b (Plate 55).

Joel, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

John, King (buried at Worcester), p. 2.

", of Eltham, 1337, son of Edward II, Arms, see under Heraldry; Altar-tomb and effigy of: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 42a (Plates 73 to 76, 188).

", of Gloucester, master-mason, p. 6.

", of Northampton, monk, p. 9.

", of Reading, master-mason, p. 6.

", St. (the Baptist), Figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 65a; (plaque), p. 65b (Plate 124); Henry V's Chantry, p. 72b; Glass: Jerusalem Chamber (beheading of), p. 87b (Plate 18); Name on scroll ('John B'): Henry VII's Chapel (exterior) p. 59b.

", St., The Baptist, Chapel of, p. 38a (Plan, p. 38; Plates, list of, p. iii).

John, St. (the Evangelist): Carvings on screen: Presbytery, p. 25b (Plate 43); Figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niches), pp. 64a, 65a; (plaque), p. 65b (Plate 124); (Chantry Chapel), p. 67a (Plate 123); Henry V's Chantry (reredos, etc.), pp. 72b, 73b; Glass: Presbytery, p. 22a; Paintings: Ambulatory (retable), p. 35b (Plate 11); Chapter House (incidents in the life and legendary history of), p. 80a; Tapestry: Jerusalem Chamber (St. John and St. Peter at the beautiful gate of the temple, after Raphael), p. 87b; Tile (St. Edward and the Pilgrim): Chapter House, p. 81a (Plate 16).

John, St., the Evangelist), Chapel of, former, see N. Transept, (E. aisle), p. 47a.

Johnson or Jonson, Ben, "O rare Ben Johnson," inscription on stone: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

'Jonas,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Jude, St., Figure of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 64b; Name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Julius, William, 1698, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57b.

Jumièges Abbey, likeness to Confessor's Church, pp. 3, 4, 18.

Katherine, daughter of Henry III, tomb of, c. 1270, removed from the Confessor's Chapel to present position in S. Ambulatory, c. 1394, p. 34b (Plate 5).

", of Aragon, stained glass portrait of, said to have been brought from St. Margaret's Church, Westminster: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 63b.

", of Valois, see Valois.

", St., figures of in niches: Henry VII's Chapel, pp. 63b, 64a (Plate 211); Henry V's Chantry (trampling on the Emperor), p. 72b (Plate 133).

" St., Chapel of (Infirmary Chapel), p. 91b (Plan see Historical Ground Plan).

Kendall:
-, James, M.P., 1708, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a.
-, Mary, daughter of Thomas, 1709–10, monument with effigy of: St. John's Chapel, p. 39b.

Kenelm, St. (?) figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a (Plate 211).

Kent, Margaret, daughter of Thomas Holland, Earl of, arms, see Holland under Heraldry.

Ker, Chrystian (Scott), wife of William, 1694, tablet to: N. Triforium, p. 45a; floor-slab to: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Killigreu or Killigrew:
-, Henry, S.T.P., brass commemorating gift of pavement, 1699: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 61b.
-, Mary, daughter of Sir Robert, see James.
-, Robert, 1707, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Kings and Queens of England, see under individual names.

King's College Chapel, Cambridge, contract of 1526 for windows of, referring to those in Henry VII's Chapel, Westminster, as the model to be followed, p. 10; vaulting at, p. 20b.

Kirton:
-, Anne (Bodenham), wife of James, 1603, monument to: N. Transept, E. aisle (St. Andrew's Chapel), p. 48a.
-, Edmund, 1466, Abbot of Westminster, indent of former brass of: N. Transept (E. aisle), p. 47b.

Knipe, Thomas, S.T.P., 1711, prebendary of Westminster, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a.

Knollys, Katherin (Caree), wife of Sir Thomas, 1568, monument to: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 42b.

Lacy, Henry de, Earl of Lincoln, arms, see under Heraldry.

Lady Chapel or Henry VII's Chapel, pp. 20b, 59a.

" " former, pp. 3, 10, 17a and b, 18b.

Lamb, Marriage of the, painting: Chapter House, p. 81a.

Lancaster:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Aveline (de Forz) wife of Edmund (Crouchback), Earl of Lancaster, 1273, altar-tomb with effigy of: Presbytery, p. 24b (Plates 34, 37, 185).
-, Edmund, Earl of Lancaster, 1296, altar-tomb with effigy of: Presbytery, p. 22a (Plates 33, 35, 36, 185).
-, Henry (created! Earl of Lancaster 1324), arms for: Presbytery, p. 22b.

Lanfranc's Cathedral at Canterbury, p. 18a.

Langford, Humphrey, M.P. 1685, monument to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78a.

Langham, Cardinal Simon, Abbot of Westminster (1349–62), and Archbishop of Canterbury, 1376, monument and effigy of: St. Benedict's Chapel, p. 44b. Restorations, etc., by, pp 3, 76b.

Lathom, arms, see under Heraldry.

Lawrence or Laurence:
-, Abbot, 1176, slab with defaced effigy of: Cloister (S. walk), p. 78a (Plate 202).
-, John, 1684–5, tablet to: Cloister (W. walk), p. 78a.
-, William, 1621, monument to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78a.

Lawrence, St., figures of in niches: Henry VII's Chapel, pp. 63b, 65a (Plate 211); Henry V's Chantry, p. 72b.

Le Neve, see Neve.

Lebons, John, master-mason, p. 6.

Leicester, Richard III buried at, p. 2.

", Earl of, arms, see Montfort under Heraldry.

Leighton Buzzard, Thomas of, pp. 8, 29b (ironwork by: Plates 51, 52).

Lennox or Lenox, Dukes of Lenox and Richmond, see Stuart.

Leon, arms, see Castile and Leon.

Lessay Abbey, p. 18a.

Limoges Enamel-work, pp. 8, 43b (Plate 79).

Lincoln Cathedral, Chapter House like that at Westminster, p. 12; pp. 18a, 19b.

", Earl of, see Lacy.

Lincoln, See of, arms, carving: Jerusalem Chamber (overmantel), p. 87b.

Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence, son of Edward III, arms, see under Heraldry; Figure of ('weeper') on tomb of Edward III: Confessor's Chapel, p. 30b (Plate 55).

Lister, Jane, 1688 'dear childe' and Michael her brother, 1676, buried at St. Helen's York, monument to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78a.

Litlington, Abbot Nicholas (1362–86); Arms, see under Heraldry. Building by: Outer Parlour, Prior's Lodging, p. 86a; Abbot's Lodging reconstructed by, p. 86b; long range on E. side of Dean's Yard built by, p. 89a; restorations, etc., by, pp. 11, 13, 76b.

Litlington's Tower, p. 90b.

Little Cloister, pp. 90a, 12 (Plates 173, 180).

Livingston, Sir Thomas, Viscount Teviot, 1710–11, tablet to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 54b.

Lockers:
-, 13th-century: Chapels of—St. John, p. 38a (Plate 67); St. Nicholas, p. 39b; St. Faith, p. 78b; Chapter House Vestibule, p. 79b; Crypt, p. 81a.
-, 15th-century: Henry V's Chantry, p. 73a (Plate 132). Mediaeval: St. Andrew's Chapel, p. 47b.

Lodging, Abbot's, pp. 13, 86b (Plate 172; Plan see Historical Ground Plan).

", S. of passage, p. 90b.

", N. side of the Little Cloister, p. 91 a (Plate 179).

", S. side of the Little Cloister, p. 91a (Plate 178).

", S.E., of Infirmary Chapel, p. 93a (Plate 179).

Longespee, William, Earl of Salisbury, arms, see under Heraldry.

Longueville, Katherine, see Peyton.

Lort:
-, Elizabeth, see Campbell.
-, Sir Gilbert, Bart., 1698, tablet to: N. Transept (E. aisle) (St. John's Chapel), p. 48b; floor-slab to: N. Transept, p. 47a.

Louis IX, arms, see France, Ancient, under Heraldry.

Louvain or Lovayne, arms, see under Heraldry.

Lovel, Sir Thomas, 1524, bronze medallion with head of (by Pietro Torrigiani): Henry VII's Chapel (S. aisle), p. 68b (Plate 28).

Lucas, Margaret, see Cavendish.

Ludlow, Philip, 1650, floor-slab to; S. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Luke, St., Figure of in niche, p. 65a; Name on scroll, Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Majesty, The, paintings of: Chapter House, p. 80a and b.

'Malachy,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Malmesbury, William of, p. 18b.

Malpas, William de, arms, formerly painted in spandrel: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55b.

Malvern Priory, tiles at, p. 93a.

Man, Isle of, arms, see under Heraldry.

Manners:
-, Catherine, see Villiers.
-, Elizabeth, see Cecil.

Mansell:
-, Edward, 1681, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 54b.
-, Elizabeth, see West.
-, Thomas, 1684, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Marcellus (see Roman coffin: Vestibule of Chapter House), p. 81a.

Margaret of England (daughter of Edward III), wife of John Hastings, Earl of Pembroke, arms of on tomb of Philippa of Hainault, p. 30a.

" of York, daughter of Edward IV, 1472, altar-tomb to: Confessor's Chapel, p. 31a (Plate 56).

" St., figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niches), pp. 63b, 64a (Plate 211); N. Transept, E. aisle (spandrel), p. 47a (Plate 6).

Mark, St., Name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b; Figure of (niche): Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a.

Marlborough, Duke of, see Churchill.

Master-masons, p. 6.

Mars, allegorical 'weeper' on tomb of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, 1634, p. 67a (Plate 120).

Martha, St., figure possibly of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 64b.

Martin, St., figure of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 65a.

Mary I, 1557, monument of: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 67b.

" II, buried in the Abbey, p. 2; wax effigy of: Islip (upper) Chapel, p. 76a.

" Queen of Scots, executed 1587, monument with effigy of, erected c. 1612 (Plates 115, 190, 201): Henry VII's Chapel, p. 68b; grate from monument of: Undercroft, p. 82a.

" Daughter of James I, 1607, monument with effigy of: Henry VII's Chapel (N. aisle), p. 67b.

" Duchess of Brittany, see Brittany.

" Magdalene, St., figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 64b; (plaque on Henry VII's tomb), p. 65b (Plate 124).

" Salome, St., figure possibly of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 63b (Plate 208).

" the mother of James, St., figure possibly of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 63b (Plate 208).

" the Virgin, St., see Virgin, The, and Virgin and Child.

Massacre of the Innocents, see Innocents, Massacre of the.

Matthew, St., Figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niches), pp. 64a, 65a; Name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Matthias, St., Figure of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 64b; Name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Mauleverer, Grace, see Scot.

Mauny, arms, see under Heraldry.

Mellitus (first Bishop of London, a.d. 616), p. 3.

Meredith, Anne, see Cottington.

Metal-work:
-, Bronze: (Plates 54–6, 185–7, etc.).
-,-, Effigies and Monuments: 13th-century: Confessor's Chapel:—Henry III, p. 29a; Eleanor of Castile, p. 29b. 14th-century: Confessor's Chapel:—Edward III, p. 30b; Richard II and Anne of Bohemia, p. 31a. 16th-century: Henry VII's Chapel:—Margaret (Beaufort) Countess of Richmond, p. 68a; Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, p. 66a (Plates 51, 121, 123, 124). Islip's Chapel:— Islip monument (columns), p. 75b (Plate 8). 17th-century: Henry VII's Chapel (S. and N. apsidal chapels):—Lewis Stuart, Duke of Lennox and Richmond and Frances, his wife, p. 67b; George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, and Catherine, his wife, p. 67a.
-,-, Busts: 16th-century (medallion): Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle:—Sir Thomas Lovel, p. 68b. 17th-century: Ambulatory:—Sir Robert Aiton, p. 34b; Nave, S. aisle:—Sir Thomas Richardson, p. 57a.
-,-, Gates: 16th-century: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 62a (Plates 108, 117).
-,-, Grate: 16th-century: Henry VII's tomb, p. 66a (Plates 51, 121).
-, Copper:
-,-, 13th-century: St. Edmund's Chapel (plates, etc., of effigy of William de Valence), p. 43b.
-, Iron:
-,-, Gates: 15th or 16th-century: Henry V's Chantry, p. 73a (Plate 129); c. 1700: N. Transept, p. 46a (Plate 51); S. Transept, p. 50a; Nave, p. 53a; Early 18th-century (before 1715): N. and S. Ambulatory, p. 34a.
-,-, Grates: 13th-century: Confessor's Chapel (tomb of Eleanor of Castile), p. 29b (Plates 51, 52). 14th-century: St. Benedict's Chapel (tomb of Cardinal Langham), p. 44b; Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew, p. 74a (Plate 141). 15th-century: Triforium (remains probably from tomb of Henry V), p. 45a. 16th-century: St. Paul's Chapel (Daubeney tomb), p. 36b; St. John's Chapel (Fascet tomb), p. 39b; Henry VII's Chapel, S. aisle (tomb of Margaret (Beaufort), Countess of Richmond), p. 68b; Henry V's Chantry (said to be temp. Henry VII), p. 73a. 17th-century: Undercroft (from tomb of Mary, Queen of Scots), p. 82a.
-,-, Hinges and other Fittings, refer to Chests under Furniture, also Doors and Lockers.
-,-, Miscellaneous: Confessor's Chapel (mediaeval upright with spikes), p. 29b; Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew (15th-century lamp-bracket), p. 74; Deanery (18th-century lamp-bracket), p. 89a. Lead: see Rainwater-heads.
-, Silver:
-,-, 15th-century: Henry V's Chantry (Henry V's
-,-, effigy, etc., remains of fixing), p. 73a.

Michael, St., Carving possibly of (spandrel): N. Transept (W. aisle), p. 48b; Plaque with figure of: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65b (Plate 124).

" , St., Chapel of, see N. Transept (E. aisle), p. 47a.

'Micheah' and 'Michias,' names on scrolls: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Micklethwaite, J. T., architect, p. 4.

Middlesex, Earl of, see Cranfield.

Miles of Gloucester, arms, see under Heraldry.

Millington, Martha (Vyner), widow of Francis, see Birch.

'Misall,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Misericord, The, pp. 85a, 12.

Misericords, see under Seating.

Mohun:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Philippa, see York, Duchess of.

Monastic and Collegiate buildings, pp. 10 et seq, 76a et seq.; historical development, p. 76. (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan; Plates, list of, pp. vi, vii).

Monk, Duke of Albemarle, oak dummy arrayed in 17th-century armour said to have been that used at the funeral of: Islip (upper) Chapel, p. 75b.

Monks of Westminster, floor-slab said to be to twenty-six monks: Cloister (S. walk), p. 78b.

Montalt, arms, see under Heraldry.

Montfort, arms, see under Heraldry.

Monuments, Funeral; (Note.—For monuments and floor-slabs after 1714 see alphabetical list of the same, pp. 101–110).
-, See also Introduction, pp. 8, 14, and Brasses, Monumental.
-,-, Altar-tombs, see also Altar-tombs, with canopy or superstructure (standing free) below. (For combined altar-tombs and wall-monuments, see Wall-monuments, etc., below). 13th-century: Bohun, Hugh and Mary, children of Humphrey de, 1304–5 (monument c. 1260–70 in character) ascribed to, p. 38b; Eleanor of Castile, 1290, p. 29b (Plates 50, 53); Henry III, 1272, p. 29a (Frontispiece and Plates 48, 49); Katherine and other children of Henry III and Edward I, c. 1270, p. 34b (Plate 5). 14th-century: Blanche of the Tower and William of Windsor, 1340, p. 42b; Edward I, 1307, p. 29a (Plate 48); Edward III, 1377, p. 30b (Plates 54, 56); Eltham, John of, 1337, p. 42a; Langham, Cardinal Simon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1376, p. 44b (Plate 83); Philippa of Hainault, 1369, p. 30a (Plate 58); Richard II, 1399, and Anne of Bohemia, 1394, p. 31a (Plates, 56, 59); Waldeby, Robert, Archbishop of York, 1397, p. 42a; Woodstock, Eleanor (de Bohun), wife of Thomas, of, 1399, p. 42a. 15th-century: Brocas, Sir Bernard, 1400, p. 43a; Bourchier, Humphrey, 1471, p. 43a; Carew, Nicholas, Lord, 1470, p. 40a; Colchester, Abbot William of, 1420, p. 39a; Dudley, or Sutton, William, Dean of Windsor and Bishop of Durham, 1483, p. 40b; Elizabeth, daughter of Henry VII, 1495, p. 30a; Estney, Abbot John, 1498, p. 34a; Harpeden, Sir John, 1457, p. 34a (Plate 33); Henry V, 1422, monument c. 1431, p. 73a (Plate 129); Margaret, daughter of Edward IV, 1472, p. 31a (Plate 56); Vaughan, Sir Thomas, 1483, p. 38b; York, Philippa, Duchess of, 1431, p. 41a. 16th-century: Anne of Cleves, 1557, p. 25a (Plates 8, 25); Beaufort, Margaret, see Richmond, Countess of; Bill, William, Dean of Westminster, 1561, p. 44b; Brandon, Francis, wife of Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk and afterwards of Adrian Stock, 1559, monument dated 1563, p. 42b; Cecil, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Robert, 1591, p. 41a; Henry VII, 1509, and Elizabeth of York, 1502–3, p. 65a (Plate 122); Richmond, Margaret, Countess of, 1509, p. 68a (Plate 27); Ruthall, Thomas, Bishop of Durham 1523, p. 39a; Stuart, Margaret, wife of Mathew, Earl of Lennox, 1577–8, p. 68b; Thynne, William, 1584, p. 57a. 17th-century: Cecill, Thomas, Earl of Exeter, 1622–3, p. 38a (Plate 198); Cranfield, Lionel, 1st Earl of Middlesex, 1645, p. 44b; Mary daughter of James I, 1607, p. 67b; Stafford, Mary, wife of William, Viscount, 1693–4, p. 42a; Villiers, Sir George, 1605, p. 41b.
-,-, Altar-tombs, with canopy or superstructure (standing free). 13th-century: Aveline, Countess of Lancaster, 1273, p. 24b (Plates 34, 37); Edmund Crouchback, Earl of Lancaster, 1296, p. 22a (Plates 33, 35); 14th-century: Valence, Aymer de, Earl of Pembroke, 1324, p. 24a (Plates 33, 34). 15th-century: Robessart, Lewis, Lord Bourchier, 1431, p. 37a. 16th-century: Fascet, Abbot George, 1500, p. 39a.
-,-, Floor-slabs: 14th-century: (?) Sudbury, Abbot Richard, 1315, p. 51a; (?) Westminster monks, p. 78b. 17th-century: Anstruther, Sir Robert, 1644–5, p. 35a; Apseley, Allen, 1691, p. 35a; Apseley, Ann, wife of Sir Peter, 1681, p. 35a; Apsley, Sir Allen, 1683, p. 35a; Apsley, Frances, 1698, p. 35a; Behn, Aphra, 1689, p. 78b; Bellasyse, Mary, daughter of Sir Henry, 1695–6, and Bridget, wife of Sir William, pp. 37b, 38a; Bolton, Samuel, Dr., 1668–9, p. 50b; Carey, Anne, wife of Sir Ross, 1660, p. 53a; Carr, Henry, 1690, p. 50b; Chiffinch, Thomas, 1666, p. 50b; Couley, Abraham, 1667, p. 51a; Cranfeild, Anne, 1669–10, p. 35a; Cranfeild, Lyonel, 1674, p. 35a; Crewe, John, 1683–4, p. 35a; Davenant, Sir William, 1668, p. 50b; Devereux. Robert, Earl of Essex, 1646, p. 39b; Doughty, John, 1672, p. 35a; Duppa, Brian, Bishop of Winchester, 1662, p. 35a; Egerton, Penelope, wife of Randolph, 1669–70, p. 58b; Eland, Esther, wife of Lord, 1694, p. 35a; Fisher, Ambrose, 1617, p. 78b; Folliott, Rebecca, 1697, p. 35a; Fox, John and Thomas, 1691, p. 78b; Frost, John, 1696, p. 78b; Herbert, Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherbury, 1678, p. 44a; Heylyn, Peter, 1662, p. 55b; Horneck, Antony, 1696–7, p. 50b; James, Mary, 1677, p. 46b; Ker, Chrystian, 1694, p. 35a; Lort, Sir Gilbert, 1698, p. 47a; Ludlow, Philip, 1650, p. 35a; Mortimore, Walter, 1684, p. 55b; Nurse, Thomas, 1667, p. 78b; Osbaldston, John, 1666, p. 50b; Outram, William, 1679, p. 50b; Parr, Thomas, 1635, p. 50b; Peyton, Sir Thomas, 1683–4, p. 35a; Sanderson, Sir William, 1676, p. 46b; Saunders, Clement, 1695, p. 46b; Spelman, Sir Henry, 1641, p. 35a; Thorndick, Herbert, 1672, p. 78b; Willis, Thomas, 1675, p. 47a; Wylde, George, 1649–50, p. 35a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Birch, Peter, 1710, p. 51a; Blow, John, 1708, p. 55b; Bourbon, Amand de, and Charlotte, p. 47a; Brown, Thomas, 1704, p. 78b; Burnaby, William, 1706, p. 50b; Campbell, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Alexander, 1741, p. 47a; Clark, Philip, 1707, p. 78b; Duras, Louis de, Earl of Feversham, 1709, p.47a; Fitzharding, Barbarah, wife of John, Viscount, 1708, p. 35a; Fitzharding, John, Viscount, 1712, p. 35a; Holles, John, Duke of Newcastle, 1711, p. 46b; Nevill, Sarah, wife of Sir Thomas, 1710, p. 47a; Nevill, Sir Thomas, 1711–12, p. 47a; Richbell, John, 1714, p. 47a; Sprat, Thomas, Bishop of Rochester and Dean of Westminster, p. 41b; Tompion, Thomas, 1713, p. 53a; Wetenhall, Edward, Bishop of Ardagh, 1713, p. 50b.
-,-, Wall-monuments and tablets (including combined altar-tombs and wall-monuments). 16th-century: Bingham, Sir Richard, 1598, p. 57b; Bromley, Sir Thomas, 1587, p. 36b; Carey, Henry, Lord Hunsdon, 1596, p. 38b; Cecil, Elizabeth, wife of William, 2nd Earl of Exeter, 1591, p. 41a; Cecil, Mildred, wife of William, Lord Burghley, 1589, p. 40b; Knollys, Katherin, wife of Sir Thomas, 1568, p. 42b; Owen, Thomas, 1598, p. 57a; Pawlet, Winifred, wife of William, Marquis of Winchester, 1586, p. 41a; Pecksall, Sir Richard, 1571, p. 43a; Puckering Sir John, 1596, p. 36a; Radclif, Francis, wife of Thomas, Earl of Sussex, 1589, p. 37a; Russell John, Lord, 1584, p. 43a; Seymour, Anne, wife of Edward, Duke of Somerset and Lord Protector, 1587, p. 39b; Seymour, Francis, wife of Edward, Earl of Hertford, 1598, p. 44a (Plate 84); Seymour, Jane, daughter of Edward, Duke of Somerset, 1560, p. 42b; Spencer, Edmond, 1598, p. 51a. 17th-century: Agarde, Arthur, 1615, p. 78a; Aiton, Sir Robert, 1637–8, p. 34b (Plate 66); Banester, John, 1679, p. 78a; Barrow, Isaac, 1677, p. 50b; Busby, Dr. Richard, 1695, p. 50b (Plate 97); Camden, William, 1623, p. 50a; Carleton, Dudley, Viscount Dorchester, 1631–2, p. 36b; Carteret, Edward, 1677, p. 54b; Cary, Thomas, 1634, p. 38b; Casaubon, Dr. Isaac, 1614, p. 50a; Cavendish, William, 1st Duke of Newcastle, 1676, p. 46a (Plate 97); Chapman, Christopher, 1681, p. 78a; Chapman, Richard, 1672–3, Christopher, 1675, and Peter, 1672, p. 78a; Cholmondeley, Robert, 1678–9, Richard, 1680, p. 54b; Collins, John, 1681, p. 78a; Cottington, Francis, Lord, 1652, p. 37a; Cottrell, Clement, 1672, p. 58a; Couley, Abraham, 1667, p. 51a; Coxe, Sir Richard, 1623, p. 50b; Crewe, Jane, wife of Sir Clippesby, 1639, and Frances their daughter, p. 34b; Crewe, Juliana, daughter of Sir Ralph, 1621, p. 34b; Draiton, Michaell, 1631, p. 51a; Duppa, Brian, Bishop of Winchester, 1662, p. 48b; Duppa, Sir Thomas, 1694, p. 55a; Egerton, James, 1687, p. 55a; Fairborne, Sir Palmes, 1680, p. 58a; Fane, Elizabeth, wife of Sir George, 1618, p. 40a; Fox, James, 1677, and William, 1680, p. 78a; Fullerton, Sir James, 1630–1, p. 36b; Gawen, Ann, wife of William, 1659, also her parents, Isaac and Frances Bush, etc., p. 78a; Gethin, Grace, wife of Sir Richard, 1697, p. 57a; Godfrey, Sir Edmund Berry, 1678, p. 78a; Godfrey, Edward, 1640, p. 78a; Goodman, Gabriel, Dean of Westminster, 1601, p. 44b (Plate 82); Gouland, Richard, 1659, p. 78a; Harbord, Sir Charles, 1672, p. 58a; Hatton, Sir Christopher, 1619, p. 75b; Heskett, Sir Thomas, 1605, p. 55a; Heylyn, Peter, 1662, p. 54b; Hill, Jane, wife of Othowell, 1631, p. 55a; Holles, Sir George, 1626, p. 48a; Horneck, Antony, 1696–7, p. 50a; Ingram, Sir Thomas, 1671, p. 34b; James, Mary, wife of Sir John, 1677, p. 55a; Julius, Capt. William, 1698, p. 57b; Ker, Chrystian, 1694, p. 45a; Kirton, Anne, wife of James, 1603, p. 48a; Langford, Humphrey, 1685, p. 78a; Laurence, John, 1684–5, p. 78a; Laurence, William, 1621, p. 78a; Lister, Jane, 1688, and Michael, 1676, p. 78a; Lort, Sir Gilbert, 1698, p. 48b; Mansell, Edward, 1681, p. 54b; Mansell, Thomas, 1684, p. 55a; Morgan, William, 1683–4, p. 55a; Morland, Ann, wife of Sir Samuel, 1679–80, p. 58a; Morland, Carola, wife of Sir Samuel, 1674, p. 58a; Neve, Richard le, 1673, p. 54b (Plate 100); Newman, Francis, 1649, p. 78a; Outram, William, 1679, p. 50b; Palmer, Catherine, wife of Andrew, 1676–7, p. 78a; Peters, Mary, 1688, p. 78a; Popham, Col. Edward, 1651, p. 38b; Price, Martha, wife of Gervas, 1678, p. 55a; Purcell, Henry, 1695, p. 55a; Radley, Bridget, wife of Charles, 1679, p. 58a; Richardson, Sir Thomas, 1634–5, p. 57a; Robinson, Sir Lumley, 1684, p. 45a; Sanderson, Sir William, 1676, p. 49a; Saunders, Clement, 1695, p. 48b; Savile, Sir George, Marquis of Halifax, 1695, p. 68a; Scot, Grace, wife of Col. Thomas, 1645–6, p. 48b; Seymour, Sarah, wife of John, 4th Duke of Somerset, 1692, p. 48a (Plate 91); Shadwell, Thomas, 1692, p. 51a; Smith, Thomas, 1663–4, p. 91a; Sprat, George, 1683, p. 44b (Plate 82); Talbot, Edward, 8th Earl of Shrewsbury, 1617–8, p. 43b; Thornburgh, Gilbert, 1677, p. 54b; Thynn, Thomas, 1681–2, p. 57a; Triplett, Thomas, 1670, p. 50b; Tufton, Sir Richard, 1631, p. 34b; Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham, 1628, p. 67a (Plate 109); Wemyss, Anne, daughter of Sir Lodowick, 1698, p. 57a; Wharton, Henry, 1694–5, p. 58a; Whicher, George, 1680–1, p. 78a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Abrahall, Elizabeth, wife of Gilbart, 1710–11, p. 78a; Beaufoy, Mary, daughter of Sir Henry, 1705, p. 55a; Birch, Martha, wife of Rev. Peter, 1703, p. 51a; Blow, John, 1708, p. 54b (Plate 101); Bringfeild, Col. James, 1706, p. 55a; Broughton, James, 1710–11, and Rebecca, his wife, 1699, p. 78a; Campell, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Alexander, 1714, p. 48b; Carteret, Philip, 1710–11, p. 54b; Churchill, George, 1710, p. 57b; Coleman, John, 1709, p. 78a; Creed, Major Richard, 1704, p. 57b; Godolphin, Sidney, Lord, 1712, p. 58a; Grabe, John Ernest, 1711, p. 50a; Kendall, James, 1708, p. 57a; Kendall, Mary, 1709–10, p. 39b; Killigrew, Robert, 1707, p. 55a; Knipe, Thomas, 1711, p. 57a; Livingston, Sir Thomas, Viscount Teviot, 1710–11, p. 54b; Philips, John, 1708, p. 51a; Priestman, Henry, 1712, p. 54b; St. Denis, Charles de, Sieur de St. Evremond, 1703, p. 51a; Shovell, Sir Cloudesley, 1707, p. 57a (Plate 101); Stepney, George, 1707, p. 57a; Twysden, Heneage, 1709, John, 1707, and Josiah, 1708, p. 55a; West, Elizabeth, wife of Charles, 1710, p. 78a.
-,-, Recessed Monuments: 14th-century: Sebert, King of the East Saxons, 616 (recess erected 1308), p. 34b (Plate 40). 15th-century: Brocas, Sir Bernard, 1400, p. 43a; Dudley, or Sutton, William, Dean of Windsor, and Bishop of Durham, 1483, p. 40b (Plate 69); Vaughan, Sir Thomas, 1483, p. 38b. 16th-century: Chaucer, Geoffrey, 1400 (monument erected 1556), p. 51a (Plate 95). 17th-century: Edward V, and Richard, Duke of York, 1483 (monument erected 1678), p. 67b.
-,-, Shrine: St. Edward the Confessor, 1065 (shrine erected c. 1268), p. 28b.
-,-, Miscellaneous: 16th-century: Islip, Abbot John, 1532 (remains), p. 75b (Plate 8); Lovel, Sir Thomas, 1524 (bronze medallion, by Torrigiani), p. 68b (Plate 28). 17th-century: Bagenall, Nicholas, 1687–8, p. 40a; Clifford, Jane, wife of Charles, Lord, 1679, p. 41b; Harlay, Anne, daughter of Christophe, 1605, p. 41a (Plate 69); Holles, Francis, son of John, Earl of Clare, 1622, p. 42b; Russell, Elizabeth, daughter of John, Lord Russell, 1601, p. 43a; Sophia, daughter of James I, 1606, p. 67b; Stuart, Esmè, Duke of Lennox and Richmond, 1660, p. 67b; Vere, Sir Francis, 1609, p. 48a (Plate 92). With canopy or superstructure (standing free). Queen Elizabeth, 1603, p. 67b (Plate 114); Mary, Queen of Scots, 1586–7 (monument erected c. 1612), p. 68b (Plate 115); Norris, Henry, Lord, 1601, p. 47b (Plate 90); Stuart, Lewis, Duke of Lenox and Richmond, 1623–4, p. 67b (Plate 107).

Morgan:
-, Anne, see Carey.
-, William, 1683–4, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Morland:
-, Anne (Filding), wife of Sir Samuel, Bart., 1679–80, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.
-, Carola (Harsnett) wife of Sir Samuel, 1674, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Mortimer, arms, see under Heraldry.

Mortimore, Walter, 1684, floor-slab to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55b.

Mosaic Work:
-, See also Introduction, p. 8.
-, 13th-century: Presbytery:—pavement, p. 25a (Fig., p. 26; Plates 38, 39); Confessor's Chapel:—brass to John, son of William de Valence, 1277, p. 27b (Fig., p. 27); shrine of Edward the Confessor, p. 28b; pavement, p. 31b (Figs., pp. 32–3; Plate 57); Henry III's tomb, p. 29a: S. Ambulatory:—tomb of Katherine, daughter of Henry III, p. 34b (Plate 5).

Mot, Robert, bellfounder, p. 58b

Mouldings, Illustrations of, pp. 94–96.

Mowbrai, Roger de, arms, see under Heraldry.

Munchensy, arms, see under Heraldry.

Muniment Room, pp. 51a, 5 (Plates 21, 96, 143).

Mural Monuments, see Wall-monuments under Monuments.

Music Room (formerly the Chamberlain's Store), p. 90b.

Nahum, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Nathan, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Nave, p. 52a (Plates, list of, p. iv); N. aisle of, p. 53a (Plans, pp. 53–4; Plates, list of, p. iv); S. aisle of, p. 55b (Plans, pp. 56–7; Plates, list of, pp. iv–v).

Needham, Penelope, see Egerton.

Nehemiah, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Neile, Dean, small addition E. of the Jericho Parlour and upper storey of Deanery built by, p. 86b.

Neptune, allegorical 'weeper' on monument of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, 1634, p. 67a (Plate 120).

Neve, Richard le, 1673, monument of: Nave (N. aisle), p. 54b (Plate 100).

Nevill, -e:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Anne, see Richard III.
-, Dorothy, see Cecill.
-, Sarah, wife of Sir Thomas, Bart, 1710, floor-slab to: N. Transept, p. 47a.
-, Sir Thomas, Bart., 1711–12, floor-slab to: N. Transept, p. 47a.

Newcastle, Dukes of, see Cavendish and Holles.

Newell, arms, see under Heraldry.

Newman, Francis, 1649, monument to: Cloister (N. walk), p. 78a.

Niches, see Introduction, p. 15 and Plates 20, 133 to 140, 204 to 215.

Nicholas, St., Figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niches), pp. 63b, 65a (Plate 204); Glass, Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b (Plate 17).

", St., Chapel of, p. 39b (Plates, list of, p. iii).

'Nine-men's Morris,' cup-marking on bench in Cloister said to be for playing, p. 78b.

Norfolk, Earl of, arms, see Bigod under Heraldry.

Normandy, 11th-century churches and church-planning in, p. 18a.

Norris, Henry, Lord, 1601, and Margaret his wife, monument with effigies of: N. Transept, E. aisle (Chapel of St. Andrew), p. 47b (Plates 90, 194).

North-West Tower, p. 58a (Plates 3, 104).

Northampton, John of, monk, 14th-century wall-paintings in the Chapter House paid for by, p. 9.

Norton, Grace, see Gethin.

Notre Dame at Paris, Cathedral of, p. 19b.

Nurse, Thomas, 1667, floor-slab with traces of former brass to: Cloister (E. Walk), p. 78b.

Obelisks, c. 1700, two, formerly flanking entrance to quire, now in Triforium, p. 45a.

Oderic the Roman, see Cosmati School of Mosaic workers.

Ogle, Jane, daughter of Cuthbert, Lord, see Talbot.

Old Sarum Cathedral, pp. 18a, 20b.

Orbais, Jean d', architect of Reims Cathedral, p. 19a.

Organ-case, c. 1700: fragments of, now in Triforium, p. 45a.

Orley, Bernard Van, tapestry designed by: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.

Osbaldston, John, 1666–7, page to Charles II, floor-slab to: S. Transept, p. 50b.

Osmund and Hermann's Cathedral at Old Sarum, p. 18a.

Oswald, St., figure of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 65a.

Our Lady of the Pew, Chapel of, p. 73b (Plans: see Historical Ground Plan end of volume, and Plan, p. 38; Plates 141, 142, 143).

Outram, William, S.T.P., 1679, Canon of Westminster, monument and floor-slab to: S. Transept, p. 50b.

Overmantels, see Fireplaces.

Oxford, Anne, Countess of, see Vere.

Oxford University, arms (carved): School Hall, p. 83a.

Owen, Thomas, 1598, Justice of the Common Pleas, monument with effigy of: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a.

Paintings and Painted Decoration: see also Introduction, p. 9.
-, On niche:
-,-, 15th-century: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a.
-, On tombs and 'testers':
-,-, 13th-century: on tombs, etc., of:—Edmund Crouchback, 1296, pp. 23a, 24a; Aveline, wife of Edmund Crouchback, 1273, pp. 24b, 25a; Eleanor of Castile, first wife of Edward I., 1290, p. 29b; William of Valence (Limoges champlevé enamel), 1296, p. 43b.
-,-, 14th-century: on tombs, etc., of:—Aymer de Valence, 1324, p. 24; King Sebert, 616 (recess of tomb erected 1308), p. 34b; Katherine, daughter of Henry III and others (recess), p. 34b.
-,-, 14th or 15th-century: on 'tester' of Richard II, 1399, p. 31b; on 'tester' now in Triforium, p. 45a; on 'tester' in Pyx Chapel, p. 82a.
-,-, 15th-century: on 'tester' of tomb of Eleanor of Castile, 1290, p. 30a.
-,-, 16th-century: on Edward the Confessor's Shrine (restorations by Abbot Feckenham, 1556–60), p. 28b.
-, On wood (excluding 'testers' for which see under tombs above).
-,-, 13th-century: retable, p. 35; Muniment Room, p. 51b.
-,-, c. 1300: sedilia, pp. 26–27 (Plate 40).
-,-, 14th-century: Coronation Chair, pp. 9, 28a; portrait of Richard II, p. 25a (Plate 12); Muniment Room, p. 51b.
-,-, 15th-century: portrait of Henry IV: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.
-,-, 17th-century: 'Lodgings' N. of the Little Cloister, p. 91a.
-, On walls, vaulting, etc.:
-,-, 12th-century: Undercroft, p. 82a.
-,-, 13th-century: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41b; St. Faith's Chapel, p. 78b (Plate, p. 154).
-,-, 14th-century: Muniment Room, p. 51b; Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew, pp. 73b, 74a; Chapter House, pp. 79b–81a (Plates 13, 14, 15); Abbot's Hall, p. 87a.
-,-, 14th or 15th-century: Nave (N. aisle), pp. 53a, 55b; (S. aisle), pp. 55b, 58a.
-,-, 15th-century: Henry V's Chantry, p. 73a.
-,-, 16th-century: S. Ambulatory, p. 35a; Henry VII's Chapel (consecration crosses), p. 62a; Islip (Upper) Chapel, p. 75b; Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b; Cellarer's Buildings, p. 89b (Plate 175).
-,-, 17th-century: Eastern arm, p. 21b; N. and S. Transepts, p. 45b; Nave, p. 52b; Muniment Room, p. 51b.

Palmer, Catherine (Partridge), wife of Andrew, 1676–7 tablet to: Cloister (W. walk), p. 78a.

Panelling (Plate 177):
-, 16th-century: Jericho Parlour, p. 88a; House, S.E. of Infirmarer's Hall, p. 93a.
-, 17th-century: S.W. Tower, S. wall, p. 58b; House, S.E. of Infirmarer's Hall, p. 93a; Prior's Lodging (Ashburnham House), p. 85a; Jericho Parlour, p. 88b.
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Lodgings, N. side of Little Cloister, p. 91a.

Paris, James II buried at, p. 2; Notre Dame Cathedral at, p. 19b.

Parlour, Jericho, see Jericho Parlour.

", Outer or Entry, p. 86a (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan).

Parr, Thomas, 1635, aged 152 years, floor-slab to: S. Transept, p. 50b.

Parry, Sir Thomas, 1560, remains of former brass of: N. Ambulatory, p. 32b.

Partridge, Catherine, see Palmer.

Passage, from Dark Cloister to Little Cloister, p. 90b (Plate 173).

Paul, St.: figures of: Henry V's Chantry (reredos), p. 73b; Henry VII's Chapel (niches), pp. 63b, 64a (Plate 210); name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

", St. Chapel of, p. 35b (Plan, p. 36; Plates, list of, p. iii).

Paul's, St., Old, Cathedral, p. 20b.

Pavements, see also Tiles (slip) and Introduction, p. 8:
-, 13th-century: Presbytery, p. 25a (Fig. p. 26; Plates 38, 39); Confessor's Chapel, p. 31b (Figs. pp. 32–3; Plate 57); Chapter House, p. 81a.
-, Mediaeval: Ambulatory, p. 35a; Chapels of—St. Paul, p. 38a; St. John, p. 39b; St. Edmund, p. 44a; St. Benedict, p. 44b; N. Transept, p. 47a; (E. aisle), p. 48b.
-, 15th-century: Henry V's Chantry, p. 73a.
-, 16th-century: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 69a; Islip's Chapel, p. 75b.
-, 17th-century: Nave, p. 53a; Henry VII's Chapel, p. 68b; Prior's Lodging (Ashburnham House), p. 85b.
-, c. 1700: N.W. Tower, p. 58b.

Pawlet-t:
-, Eleanor, see Pecksall.
-, Winifred (Brydges), second wife of William Pawlet, Marquis of Winchester, 1586, monument with effigy of: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41a (Plate 190).

Pearson, J. L., architect, p. 4.

Pecksall, Sir Richard, 1571, monument with effigy of himself and his two wives, Eleanor (Pawlet-t) and Eleanor (Cottgrave): St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 43a (Plate 80).

Pembroke, Earl of, see Valence.

Pennemaker, W., tapestries by, pp. 16, 87b.

Percy, William, shield-of-arms of, formerly in spandrel: Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Peter the Roman, see Cosmati family.

Peter, St., legendary consecration of Abbey Church by, p. 3; Frieze depicting same, Confessor's Chapel, p. 25b; Figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niches), p. 63b (Plate 205); Name on scroll (' Petre'): Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b; Painting: S. Ambulatory (retable), p. 35b (Plate 10).

Peterborough Abbey, p. 18a.

Peters, Mary, 1688, monument to: Cloister (S. walk), p. 78a.

Peyton, Sir Thomas, Bart., 1683–4 and Katherine Longueville, his daughter, 1715, floor-slab to: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Philip, St., figure of: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 64a; Name on scroll (' Philyp'): Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Philippa of Hainault, wife of Edward III, 1369, altar-tomb and effigy of: Confessor's Chapel, p. 30a (Plates 26, 58, 75, 187, 199).

Philips, John, 1708, poet, tablet with medallion of: S. Transept (E. aisle), p. 51a.

Philosophers, figures probably of in niches: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a (Plates 214, 215).

Piscinae:
-, 13th-century: St. Benedict's Chapel, probable remains of (see monument (4)), p. 44b; St. Faith's Chapel, p. 79a; St. Dunstan's Chapel, p. 83a; Pyx Chapel, p. 82a; Chapter House Crypt, p. 81a.

Plaster-work, see Ceilings.

Plate, Church, p. 76a (Plate 24.) See also Introduction, p. 15.
-, 16th-century: Cup and Cover-paten (of 1571).
-, 17th-century: Alms-dishes (three—two of 1684, the other probably of 1691); Altar-candlesticks (two of 1691); Cups with Cover-Patens (two without date-marks); Flagons (two of 1684); Patens (two probably of 1691); Stand-patens (two without date-marks).
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Strainer-spoon (perhaps of 1703): p. 76a.

Ponthieu, arms, see under Heraldry.

Popham, Col. Edward, 1651, and Anne, his wife, monument with effigies of: St. John's Chapel, p. 38b.

Precinct Wall, p. 93b.

Presbytery, pp. 21–27b (Plan: p. 23, Plates, list of, p. ii).

Price, Martha, wife of Gervas, 1678, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Priestman, Henry, 1712, monument with medallion of: Nave (N. aisle), p. 54b.

Prior's Lodging (now Ashburnham House), pp. 85a, 12, 76b (Plan, p. 86; Plates, list of, p. vi).

Prophets, etc., figures of, formerly occupying niches: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Provence, arms, see under Heraldry.

Puckering, Sir John, P.C., 1596, Keeper of the Great Seal, etc., altar-tomb with effigy of: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 36a (Plates 63, 192).

Pulpits and Sounding-boards (Plate 22). See also Introduction, p. 15.
-, 16th-century: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 69a.
-, 17th-century: Nave, p. 53a.

Pultney, Jane, see Crewe.

Purcell, Henry, 1695, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Pype, arms, see under Heraldry.

Pyx, Chapel of the, pp. 11, 81b (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan; Plate 159).

Queens of England, see under Individual Names.

Quire, pp. 5, 52a (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan).

Quincy, Roger de, Earl of Winchester, arms, see under Heraldry.

Radclif, Frances (Sidney), wife of Thomas Radclif, Earl of Sussex, 1589, altar-tomb with effigy of: St. Paul's Chapel, p. 37a (Plate 193).

Radley, Bridget, wife of Charles, 1679, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Rainwater-heads on church (dated 1700 and earlier), p. 17b; Jericho Parlour, S. wall (dated 1704), p. 88b.

Raphael, tapestry after (Apostles at the Beautiful Gate of the Temple): Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.

Reading, Henry I buried at, p. 1.

", John of, master-mason, p. 6.

Rebekah giving drink at the well (tapestry): Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.

Recessed Monuments, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Redman, Thomas and Henry, master-masons, p. 6.

Refectory or Frater, pp. 12, 76a and b, 84a.

Renaissance work, Illustrations of details (Plate 8).

Rere-dorter, pp. 83b, 76a (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan; Plate 176).

Reredoses:
-, 15th-century: N. transept, E. aisle (St. Michael's Chapel), p. 48b (Plate 91); Henry V's Chantry, p. 73a (Plate 132).

Resurrection, The, glass: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.

Retable:
-, 13th-century, Ambulatory, pp. 20a., 35a (Plates 9, 10, 11), see also Introduction, p. 9.

Revelation, paintings of scenes and texts from: Chapter House, pp. 80, 81.

Reyns, Henry of, master-mason, pp. 4, 6, 19a.

Rheims or Reims Cathedral (Coronation church of the Kings of, France), likeness of to Westminster, pp. 4, 19a.

Richard I (buried at Fontevrault), p. 1.

" II, p. 3, altar-tomb, with effigies of the king (d. 1399) and his queen (Anne of Bohemia) (d. 1394); Confessor's Chapel, p. 31a (Plates 56, 59, 187, 201); Badges of: Muniment Room, p. 51b; Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew, p. 74a; Painting of: Presbytery, p. 25a (Plate 12).

" III (buried at Leicester), p. 2; indent of former brass said to be of his queen (Anne Neville), 1485: S. transept, p. 50a.

" Duke of York, see York.

" Earl of Cornwall, see Cornwall.

Richardson, Sir Thomas, 1634–5, monument with bust of (by Hubert le Sueur): Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a.

Richbell, John, 1714, floor-slab to: N. transept, p. 47a.

Richmond:
-, Edmund Tudor, Earl of, arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Frances Theresa, Duchess of, 1702, wax effigy of: Islip (upper) Chapel, p. 76a.
-, Margaret (Beaufort) wife of Edmund Tudor, Earl of Richmond, 1509, monument with effigy of: Henry VII's Chapel (S. aisle), p. 68a (Plates 190, 200); Chests which belonged to: Muniment Room, p. 51b (Plate 21).

Richmond and Lennox, Dukes of, see Stuart.

Rievauix, Abbey of, p. 19b.

Robert of Beverley, master-mason, p. 6.

Roberts, Humphrey, indent of former brass said to be of: N. Ambulatory, p. 34a.

Robessart:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Lewis, Lord Bourchier, see Bourchier.

Robinson, Sir Lumley, Bart., 1684, tablet to: Triforium, p. 45a.

Roche, St., figures of, in niches: Henry VII's Chapel, pp. 63b, 65a (Plate 208).

Roelt, arms, see under Heraldry.

Roofs:
-, Hammer-beam type: 15th-century and later: School Hall, p. 83a (Plate 163). 16th-century: Chapter Library, p. 82b (Plate 162).
-, King-post type: 14th-century: Abbot's Hall, p. 87a; Infirmarer's Hall, p. 93a.
-, Miscellaneous: 14th-century: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b; Cellarer's Building, p. 89b. 16th-century: Room above St. Dunstan's Chapel, p. 83a.

Roos, arms, see under Heraldry.

Ross, Richard, Earl of, arms, see under Heraldry.

Royal arms, see under Heraldry.

Russell:
-, Elizabeth, 1601, monument with effigy of: St Edmund's Chapel, p. 43a.
-, Lord John, 1584, monument with effigy of: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 43a.

Ruthall:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Thomas, 1523, Bishop of Durham, altar-tomb with effigy of: St. John's Chapel, p. 39a (Plates 68, 203).

Sacristy, former, pp. 5, 93b. (Plan: see Historical Ground Plan)

Saddle, Henry V's Chantry, p. 73b.

St. Alban's Abbey, p. 18a.

St. Denis, Charles de, Sieur de St. Evremond, 1703, monument with bust to: S. Transept (E. aisle), p. 51a.

St. Germer (Oise), Abbey of, p. 19a.

St. John, Catherine (Dormer) widow of John, Lord St. John, 1614–15, effigy of: N. Transept, E. aisle (St. Michael's Chapel), p. 48a.

St. Ouen Abbey, p. 19a.

St. Pol, arms, see under Heraldry.

Sainte Chapelle, Paris, influence of, p. 4.

Saints, see under Individual Names and Dedications of Chapels, etc.

", Imagery of, see Introduction, pp. 6, 7 (Plates 133 to 140, 204 to 213, etc., and Plan, p. 64).

Salisbury Cathedral, Chapter House, like that at Westminster, p. 12.

Salisbury, Earl of, see Longespee.

Samson and the lion, carvings: N. Transept (spandrel), p. 45b; Henry VII's Chapel (misericords), p. 70b.

Samuel, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Sanchez, Diego, 1557, indent of former brass said to be of: N. Transept, p. 45b.

Sanderson, Sir William, P.C., 1676, monument with bust of: N. Transept (W. aisle), p. 49a; also floor-slab to, and to Bridget, his wife: N. Transept, p. 46b.

Sarah, return of, from the Egyptians (tapestry): Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.

Sarum, Old, see Old Sarum.

Saunders, Clement, 1695, tablet to: N. Transept, E. aisle (St. John's Chapel), p. 48b.; also floor-slab, N. Transept, p. 46b.

Savile, Sir George, Marquis of Halifax, 1695, monument with medallion of: Henry VII's Chapel (N. aisle), p. 68a.

Saxon-work, see Anglo-Saxon work.

School Hall, Westminster (part of former dorter), pp. 82b, 76a (Plate 163).

Scone, Stone of, see Stone of Scone.

Scot,-t:
-, Chrystian, see Kerr.
-, Sir Gilbert, architect, p. 4.
-, Grace (Mauleverer), wife of Col. Thomas, 1645–6, tablet to: N. Transept, E. aisle (St. John's Chapel), p. 48b.

Scotland, royal arms: Henry VII's Chapel (S. aisle) (tomb of Mary, Queen of Scots), p. 68b.

Scratchings, see Graffiti.

Screens:
-, See also Introduction, p. 15.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, Of Stone: 15th-century: Presbytery and Confessor's Chapel, p. 25b (Plates 41, 42, 43); St. Paul's Chapel, p. 37a (Plate 65); St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41b (Plates 70, 71); N. Transept, E. aisle (St. John's Chapel), p. 48b. 15th or 16th-century: S.W. Tower, p. 58b. 16th-century: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 69a (Plate 109).
-,-, Of Wood: 15th-century: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 44a (Plates 61, 81).
-, Domestic:
-,-, 17th-century: Abbot's Hall, p. 87a (Plate 170).

Sculpture, Figure (architectural), résumé of work in the Abbey, p. 6 (Plates 6, 7, 42, 43, 89, 93).

" " (sepulchral), p. 7, see also Effigies.

Seating: see also Sedilia.
-, Benches, stone: 15th-century, Henry V's Chantry, p. 73b.
-, Misericords:
-,-, 13th-century: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 70b (Plate 220); Undercroft, p. 82a.
-,-, 16th-century: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 70 (Plates 216 to 220).
-,-, Stalls: 16th-century: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 69 (Plates 125, 126, 127).

Sebastian, St., figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niches), pp. 63b, 65a (Plate 206).

Sebert, King of the East Saxons, 616, Coffin and recess to (recess erected 1308): S. Ambulatory, p. 34b (Plate 40); Figure probably of in niche: Henry V's Chantry, p. 72b (Plate 133); Painting on sedilia: Presbytery, p. 26a (Plate 40).

Sedilia: c. 1300: Presbytery, p. 25b (Plate 40). See also Introduction, p. 9.

Seven sleepers of Ephesus, see Ephesus, seven sleepers of.

Seymour:
-, Anne (Stanhope), wife of Edward, Duke of Somerset and Lord Protector, 1587, monument with effigy of: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 39b (Plate 191).
-, Francis (Howard) wife of Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford, 1598, monument with effigy of: St. Benedict's Chapel, p. 44a (Plates 84, 193).
-, Jane, daughter of Edward, Duke of Somerset, 1560, monument to: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 42b.
-, Jane, see Clifford.
-, Sarah (Alston), wife of John Seymour, 4th Duke of Somerset, 1692, monument with effigy of: N. Transept, E. aisle (St. Michael's Chapel), p. 48a (Plate 91).

Shadwell, Thomas, 1692, poet laureate, tablet with bust to: S. transept (E. aisle), p. 51a.

'Shemaiah,' name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Shields, see under Armour.

Shields-of-Arms, see under Heraldry.

Shovell, Sir Cloudesley, 1707, Admiral, monument with effigy of: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a (Plate 101).

Shrewsbury, Earl of, see Talbot.

Shrine of Edward the Confessor (finished 1268): Confessor's Chapel, p. 28b (Plates 44, 45, 46, 47); shaft from same: Undercroft, p. 82a.

Sidney, Francis, see Radclif.

Silver, see Plate, Church and also under Metal-work.

Simon, St., name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b; figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 64b.

Skin, remains, said to be human, on door: Chapter House Vestibule, p. 79b.

Smith:
-, John, master-mason, p. 6.
-, Thomas, 1663–4, tablet to: Little Cloister, N. walk (the Lodgings), p. 91a.

Spandrels, illustrations of (Plate 6).

Sprat, Dean, building by: Abbot's Lodging, p. 86b.

Solomon: Judgement of: carvings on misericord; Henry VII's Chapel, p. 70 a; also on 12th-century capital (loose): Undercroft, p. 82a; Name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b; Scenes possibly from life of: N. transept (W. aisle), p. 49a.

Somerset:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Anne, wife of Edward, Duke of Somerset and Lord Protector, and Jane their daughter, see Seymour.
-, John, Duke of, arms, see Beaufort, under Heraldry.
-, Sarah, Duchess of, see Seymour.

Somery, Roger de, shield-of-arms of, formerly in spandrel: Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Sophia, daughter of James I, 1606, monument with effigy of: Henry VII's Chapel (N. aisle), p. 67b.

South-west Tower, p. 58b (Plates 3, 105, 177).

Southwell Cathedral, Chapter House like that at Westminster, p. 12.

Sovereigns of England, burial-place of, pp. 1, 2.

Spelman, Sir Henry, 1641, antiquary, floor-slab to: S. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Spencer:
-, Edmond, 1598, poet, remains of 17th-century monument (by Nicholas Stone) (restored 1778): S. transept (E. aisle), p. 51a.
-, Elizabeth, see Fane.

Sprat:
-, George, son of George Sprat, Dean of Westminster, 1683, monument to: St. Benedict's Chapel, p. 44b (Plate 82).
-, Thomas, Bishop of Rochester and Dean of Westminster, 1713, and Thomas, Archdeacon of Rochester, 1720, floor-slab to: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41b.

Stafford:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Mary (Stafford), Countess of Stafford and wife of William Viscount Stafford, 1693–4, monument to: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 42a.

Staircases:
-, 13th-century: remains of 'night-stairs' to Dorter, p. 50a; 'daystairs' to Dorter, pp. 77a, 81b, 82b.
-, 14th-century: Frater, p. 84b.
-, 15th-century: Henry V's Chantry, p. 72.
-, 16th-century: Islip Chapel, p. 75a.
-, 17th-century: Prior's Lodging (Ashburnham House), p. 85b (Plate 168); Deanery, p. 88b; Cellarer's Building, p. 90a; Lodging, N. side of Little Cloister, p. 91a (Plate 179); House S.E. of Infirmary Chapel, p. 93 (Plate 179).

Stalls, see under Seating.

Stanhope, Anne, wife of Edward, Duke of Somerset, see Seymour.

Stanley:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Sir Humphrey, 1505, brass of: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 39b.

Stephen, King (buried at Faversham), p. 1.

", St., figures of: Henry V's Chantry, p. 72b; Henry VII's Chapel (niches), pp. 63b, 65a (Plate 207); glass: Jerusalem Chamber (stoning of), p. 87b (Plate 18).

Stepney, George, 1707, monument with bust of: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a.

Stock, Frances (Brandon), wife of Adrian, see Gray.

Stone, Nicholas: monuments by: Sir Richard Coxe, p. 50b; Sir George Holles, p. 48a; Francis Holles, p. 42b; Sir George Villiers, p. 41b (Plates 72, 195); Dudley Carleton, p. 36b; Edmond Spenser, p. 51a; Isaac Casaubon, p. 50a; Lionel Cranfield, p. 44b (Plate 197).

Stone of Scone (brought to the Abbey 1296): Confessor's Chapel, pp. 2, 28a (Plate 5)

Stotevill, Jane, see Hill.

Stowell, Robert, master-mason, p. 6.

Stuart:
-, Royal arms: Henry VII's Chapel (tombs of Sophia and Mary, daughters of James I), p. 67b.
-, Esmé, Duke of Lennox and Richmond, 1660, monument to: Henry VII's (S.) Chapel, p. 67b.
-, Lewis, Duke of Lenox and Richmond, 1623–4 and Frances (Howard) 1639, his wife, monument with effigy of: Henry VII's (S.) Chapel, p. 67b.
-, Margaret (Douglas), wife of Mathew Stuart, Earl of Lennox, 1577–8, also to Charles, Earl of Lennox, her son, monument with effigy of former: Henry VII's Chapel (S. aisle), p. 68b. (Note:—One of the kneeling figures at side of tomb, i.e., Henry (Lord Darnley) (Plate 128) has remains of the fixing of a crown above his head.)

Sudbury:
-, John, Prebendary and Dean of Durham, church-plate given by in 1671, p. 76a.
-, Abbot, Richard, 1315, floor-slab said to be that of: S. transept (E. aisle), p. 51a.

Sueur, Hubert le, monument by (of Sir Thomas Richardson): Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a.

Suffolk, Francis (Brandon) widow of Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk, see Grey.

Sulcardus, monk and historian, p. 18b.

Sussex, Frances, Countess of, see Radclif.

Sutton, William Sutton or Dudley, Bishop of Durham, etc., see Dudley.

Swithun, St., shrine of, p. 20b.

Sword, see under Armour.

Tables, see under Furniture.

Tablets, see Wall-monuments under Monuments.

Talbot:
-, Edward, 8th Earl of Shrewsbury, 1617–8, monument of, with effigies of himself and his wife Jane, daughter of Cuthbert, Lord Ogle: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 43b (Plates 80, 128, 196).

Tapestries:
-, See also Introduction, p. 16.
-, 16th-century: Presbytery, p. 27a (Plate 25): St. Faith's Chapel, p. 79a (Plate 25); Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b; Deanery, p. 88b.
-, 17th-century: Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b.

Teviot, Viscount, see Livingston.

Tewkesbury Abbey, likeness to Westminster, pp. 4, 19.

Thirsk, John, master-mason, p. 6.

Thomas, Bishop Thomas' Room, p. 85b.

", of Leighton (Buzzard), pp. 8, 29b.

", St., the Apostle, figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 64a; name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

", St., Acon, Cheapside, brasses from, now in N. aisle, p. 34a.

", St., of Canterbury, Chapel of (dedication—SS. Edmund and Thomas the Martyr), p. 41b; figures of: Henry VII's Chapel (niches), pp. 63b, 65a (Plate 204).

Thornburgh, Gilbert, 1677, tablet to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 54b.

Thorndick, Herbert, 1672, Canon, floor-slab to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78b.

Thornhill, Sir James, cartoons drawn by, for N. rose window, p. 10.

Thorpe, arms, see under Heraldry.

Thwenge, arms, see under Heraldry.

Thynn:
-, Thomas, 1681–2, monument with effigy of: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a.
-, William, 1584, monument with effigy of: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a (Plate 192).

Tiles (Slip):
-, See also Introduction, p. 8.
-, 13th-century: St. Faith's Chapel, p. 79a; Chapter House, p. 81a (Plate 16).
-, 14th-century: Muniment Room, 52a.
-, 14th or 15th-century: St. Benedict's Chapel, p. 44b; Pyx Chapel, p. 82a; House, S.E. of Infirmary Chapel, p. 93a.
-, Mediaeval: N. Transept (E. aisle), p. 48b; St. Faith's Chapel, p. 79a.

Tilney, arms, see under Heraldry.

Tompion, Thomas, 1713, floor-slab to: Nave, p. 53a.

Torel, William, effigies of Henry III and Eleanor of Castile, made by: Confessor's Chapel, pp. 7, 29b.

Torrigiani, Pietro, p. 8; Work of: tomb of Henry VII, p. 65b (Plate 122); length of frieze from original altar, p. 61b (Plate 8); fragments of terra-cotta angels and figure of dead Christ, probably from altar, p. 45a; monument and effigy of Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond, p. 68a (Plates 190, 200); bronze plaque of Sir Thomas Lovel, p. 68b (Plate 28).

Tostig and Harold, quarrel between, (carving on screen): Presbytery, p. 25b (Plate 43).

Tower, North-west, p. 58a (Plates, 3, 104).

", South-west, p. 58b (Plates, 3, 4, 105, 177).

Transept (Plates 86, 87).

", North, p. 45a (Plan, p. 46; Plates, list of, p. iv); E. aisle of, p. 47a (Plan, p. 47; Plates, list of, p. iv); W. aisle of, p. 48b (Plan, p. 46; Plate 6).

", South, p. 49a (Plan, p. 49; Plate 93); E. aisle of, p. 50b (Plan, p. 49; Plates, 94, 95, 97).

Triforium, p. 45a.

Trinity College, Cambridge, arms (carved): School Hall, p. 83a.

Triplett, Dr. Thomas, 1670, prebendary of Westminster; monument to: S. Transept, p. 50b.

Tudor:
-, Royal Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Edmund, arms, see Richmond under Heraldry.
-, Margaret (Beaufort), wife of Edmund Tudor, Earl of Richmond, 1509, see Richmond.

Tufton, Sir Richard, 1631, monument with bust of: S. Ambulatory, p. 34b.

Twysden, Heneage, 1709, John, 1707, and Josiah, 1708, sons of Sir William, monument to: Nave (N. aisle), p. 55a.

Undercroft, pp. 76a, 81b (Plates 21, 28, 160).

Ursula, St., Chapel of, p. 59a.

Valence, de:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Aymer, Earl of Pembroke, 1324, altar-tomb with effigy of: Presbytery, p. 24a (Plates 33, 34, 36, 186).
-, John, son of William, 1277, remains of brass to: Confessor's Chapel, p. 27b (Fig., p. 27; Plate 57).
-, Margaret, daughter of William, c. 1270, remains of brass to: Confessor's Chapel, p. 27b.
-, William, 1296, tomb and effigy of: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 43b (Plates 78, 79, 186).

Valerius, Amandinus and Valerius (Superventor) see Roman coffin in vestibule of Chapter House, p. 81a.

Valois:
-, Charles and Katherine of, arms, see under Heraldry. Katherine of, funeral effigy of: Undercroft, p. 82a.

Van Orley, see Orley.

Vasari, biographer of Torrigiani, p. 8.

Vaughan, Sir Thomas, 1483, treasurer to Edward IV, monument with brass effigy of: St. John's Chapel, p. 38b (Plate 183).

Vault system, p. 19b.

Vaulting:
-, Brick:
-,-, Barrel-vaulting: 16th-century: see Jericho Parlour, p. 88a.
-, Stone.
-,-, Barrel-vaulting: 11th-century: Dorter sub-vault, p. 82a; Rere-dorter, p. 83b; Dark Cloister, p. 83b. 13th-century: St. Faith's Chapel, p. 78b. Early 16th-century (panelled): Henry VII's Chapel, p. 61b.
-,-, Groined-vaulting: 11th-century: Dorter sub-vault, p. 81b (Plates 159.160).
-,-, Ribbed-vaulting: 13th-century: Eastern Arm, p. 21b: Ambulatory, p. 31b; Chapels, p. 35b, etc.; N. Transept, p. 45b; (E. aisle of), p. 47b; (W. aisle of), p. 48b; S. Transept, p. 49b; Muniment Room, p. 51b (Plate 143); Nave, p. 52b; (N. aisle of), p. 54b; (S. aisle of), p. 56a; Cloister, pp. 76b, 77a; St. Faith's Chapel, p. 78b; Chapter House Vestibule, p. 79a (Plate 156); Crypt, p. 81a (Plate 159). 14th-century: Nave (N. aisle of), p. 54b; (S. aisle of), p. 56a; Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew, pp. 73b, 74a (Plate 143); Cloister, pp. 76b, 77a and b (Plates 148 to 151); Outer Parlour, p. 86a; Cellarer's Building, p. 89b (Plate 174). 15th and early 16th-century: Nave, p. 52b; N.W. and S.W. Towers, p. 58b; Henry V's Chantry, p. 73a; Deanery, p. 88b.
-,-, Lierne-vaulting: 15th-century: Henry V's Chantry, p. 71b (Plates 129, 143); Abbot Islip's Chapel, p. 75a (Plates 145, 146).
-,-, Fan-vaulting: Early 16th-century: Henry VII's Chapel, pp. 59b, 60a, 61a (Plates 110, 111).

Venables, Roger de, arms, see under Heraldry.

Verdon, John de, arms, of, formerly in spandrel: Nave, (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Vere:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Anne, wife of Edward Veere and Elizabeth, Bridget and Susan, their daughters, monument and effigies of (see Cecil monument): St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 40b (Plates 128, 194).
-, Sir Francis, 1609, monument and effigy of: N. aisle (St. John's Chapel), p. 48a (Plate 92).

Vernon, Warin de, arms, formerly painted on spandrel: Nave, (N. aisle), p. 55b.

Vertue, Robert, master-mason, p. 6.

Victoria, Queen, buried at Windsor, p. 2.

Villiers:
-, Barbarah, see Fitzharding.
-, Sir George, 1605, and Mary (Beaumont) Countess of Buckingham, his second wife, monument with effigies of: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41b (Plates 27, 72, 195).
-, George, 1628, Duke of Buckingham and Catherine (Manners), 1634, his wife, monument with effigies of: Henry VII's (N.) Chapel, p. 67a (Plates 109, 120, 128, 196).
-, George, Duke of Buckingham, monument to Abraham Couley, poet, 1667, erected by: S. Transept (E. aisle), p. 51a.

Vincent, St.: figures of (niches and plaque): Henry VII's Chapel, pp. 63b, 65a and b (Plates 124, 207); Henry V's Chantry, p. 72b.

Virgin, The: see also Annunciation, The, and Virgin and Child.
-, Brass: Confessor's Chapel, p. 28a; Carvings: Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew (reredos), p. 73b; (The Assumption, boss), p. 74a; Blackstole Tower (marble head), p. 89b; Figures: Henry VII's Chapel (niche), p. 64a; Painting: Confessor's Chapel (coronation of, on Richard II's 'tester,') p. 31b; Ambulatory (retable), p. 35b (Plate 11).

Virgin and Child, The:
-, Carvings: Henry V's Chantry (reredos), p. 73b; Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew (reredos), p. 73b; Image: Chapel of Our Lady of the Pew (above doorway), p. 34a; Plaque with figure of: Henry VII's tomb, p. 65b (Plate 124).

Virtues, allegorical 'weepers' on monument of Lewis Stuart, Duke of Richmond and Lennox, 1623, p. 67b (Plate 120); names, apparently of: painting in E. bay of Chapter House, p. 80a.

Viterbo, Church of S. Francesco at, 20b.

Vyner, Martha, see Birch.

Waldeby, Robert, Archbishop of York, 1397, altar-tomb with brass effigy of: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 42a (Plates 80, 81, 184).

Wales, Edward, Prince of, see Edward, Prince of Wales.

Walter of Durham, remains of painted figure-subject by, on tomb of Eleanor of Castile: Confessor's Chapel, p. 29b.

Waltham Abbey, p. 18b.

", John of, Bishop of Salisbury, 1395, brass of: Confessor's Chapel, p. 27b (Plate, p. 182).

Ware, Abbot. Pavement executed c. 1269 for Abbot Ware by Oderic, a Roman of the Cosmati school of mosaic workers; also supposed site of grave, 1283: Presbytery, p. 25a (Plates 38, 39).

Warenne, arms, see under Heraldry.

Wax effigies, p. 76a.

'Weepers' and subsidiary figures (on mediaeval monuments), see under Effigies.

Wells Cathedral, Chapter House like that at Westminster, p. 12.

Wemyss, Anne, daughter of Dr. Lodowick, 1698, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 57a.

Wenlock, Abbot, supposed site of grave of, 1307: Presbytery p. 25a (Plate 38)

West, Elizabeth (Mansell) wife of Charles, 1710, monument to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78a.

Westminster Abbey, arms, see under Heraldry.

", College, arms, Jerusalem Chamber, p. 87b; School Hall, p. 83a.

", School, pp. 76b, 82b, 83b.

Wetenhall, Edward, 1713, Bishop of Ardagh, floor-slab to: S. Transept, p. 50b.

Wharton, Henry, A.M., 1694–5, monument to: Nave (S. aisle), p. 58a.

Whicher, George, 1680–1, monument to: Cloister (E. walk), p. 78a.

Wilgefort, St., legend of, p. 7; figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 64b.

William the Conqueror, buried at Caen, p. 1; churches of, p. 18a.

" II, buried at Winchester, p. 1.

" III, buried in the Abbey, p. 2; wax effigy of: Islip (upper) Chapel, p. 76a.

" IV, buried at Windsor, p. 2.

" of Colchester, Abbot, 1420, altar-tomb with effigy of: St. John's Chapel, p. 39a (Plates 68, 203); initials, probably for, on screen: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41b.

William of Colchester, master-mason, p. 6.

" of Hatfield, son of Edward III, figure of ('weeper') tomb of Edward III: Confessor's Chapel, p. 30b (Plate 55).

" of Malmesbury, p. 18b.

" of Windsor, and Blanche of the Tower, 1340. children of Edward III, altar-tomb with effigies of: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 42b (Plates 73, 74, 75).

Williams, Dean (1620–44). Arms: Jerusalem Chamber, (overmantel and glass), p. 87b; Building, etc., by, p. 86b.

Willis, Thomas, 1675, floor-slab to: N. Transept, p. 47a.

Wilton, near Salisbury, church at, now possessing parts of a shrine of Comatesque work, p. 8.

Winchester:
-, Earl of, see Quincy.
-, Winifred, Marchioness of, see Pawlet.

" Cathedral, William II buried at, p. 1.

Windsor: Henry VI, Edward IV, Henry VIII, Charles I, George III, George IV, William IV, Victoria, Edward VII, buried at, p. 2.

", William of, see William of Windsor.

Winifred, St., figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 64a.

Wood-carving, see Introduction, p. 7, and Illustrations of details (Plate 168).

Woodstock:
-, Eleanor (de Bohun), widow of Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester, 1399, altar-tomb with brass effigy of: St. Edmund's Chapel, p. 42a (Plates 73, 80, 81, 184).
-, Thomas of, Duke of Gloucester, 1397, indent of former brass to: Confessor's Chapel, p. 28a.

Woodville, Elizabeth, queen of Edward IV, Chapel of St. Erasmus added by, p. 17b.

Worcester Cathedral, King John buried at, p. 2; Chapter House like that at Westminster, p. 12.

Wren, Sir Christopher (appointed surveyor to Westminster Abbey, 1697), pp. 4, 17b.

Wyatt, James, architect, p. 4.

Wylde, George, M.P., 1649–50, floor-slab to: N. Ambulatory, p. 35a.

Wymbish, Richard, bell-founder, p. 58b.

Wyndsore, John, 1414, brass to: N. Ambulatory, p. 34a.

Yevele, Henry, master-mason, p. 6.

York:
-, Edmund, Duke of, see Edmund of Langley.
-, Elizabeth of, queen of Henry VII, Arms, see Royal Arms, under Heraldry; tomb and effigy of: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65b (Plates 51, 121 to 124, 189, 200); funeral effigy of: Undercroft, p. 82a.
-, Philippa (Mohun) wife of Edward, Duke of York, 1431. monument with effigy of: St. Nicholas' Chapel, p. 41a (Plates 70, 189).
-, Margaret of, see Margaret of York.
-, Richard, Duke of York, brother of Edward V, murdered 1483, monument to, erected 1678: Henry VII's Chapel (N. aisle), p. 67b.

York Cathedral, Chapter House like that at Westminster, p. 12.

", St. Mary's Abbey at, p. 18a.

Zakarias, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior), p. 59b.

Zephaniah, name on scroll: Henry VII's Chapel (exterior). p. 59b.

Zita, St., figure of in niche: Henry VII's Chapel, p. 65a.