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'Index', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in London, Volume 2: West London (1925), pp. 159-194. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=119713 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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INDEX.

Aaron, figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Abbey Road, Kilburn, Hampstead, p. 39b.

Abbot, Archbishop, arms: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b; Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b.

Abergavenny or Bergavenny, Lord, see Nevill,-e.

'Achas,' figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Acres, Mary, daughter of Richard, 1714, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Adam and Eve, representations of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 104a (alms-dish); St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111a (font).

Adams, Elizabeth, 1714, head-stone to: Bunhill Fields, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.

Addington, Communion rails said to have been brought from: Lambeth Palace Chapel, Lambeth (2), p. 82a.

Addison, death-place of: Holland House, Kensington, p. 67a.

Admiralty, The, Whitehall, Westminster (85), p. 148a.

Aegeria, medallion-bust of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.

Aesop's fables, representation of, on carved capital: Westminster Hall, Westminster (24), p. 123a.

Agar:
-, Laurence, arms, 1700 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Thomas, see Aoze.

Air-raids of 1914–8, damage done by: Holborn (5), pp. 49b, 51a; (6), p. 55a.

Alabaster Monuments and Effigies:
-, 14th-century: Wandsworth (3), p. 95b.
-, 15th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 88b.
-, 16th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10a and b; Finsbury (2), p. 19a; Fulham (1), p. 32b; Westminster (20), p. 118a.
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10a; Finsbury (5), p. 27b; Fulham (1), p. 32a and b; Wandsworth (2), p. 94a and b; (3), p. 95a; (5), p. 96a and b; Westminster (8), p. 103a; (20), p. 117b.

Alabaster 'Tables':
-, 14th or 15th-century: Holborn (5), p. 50a (fragment).

Albemarle, Duke of, see Monk.

" Street, Westminster (77–8), p. 146b.

Alcestis, Hercules wrestling with Death for the body of, painting: Norfolk House, Westminster (33), p. 135b.

Alcobaca (Portugal), Abbey of, cup from: Lambeth Palace Chapel, Lambeth (2), p. 82a.

Alcove, Kensington Gardens: Westminster (82), p. 147b (Plate 125).

Aldersgate, portions of parishes of St. Sepulchre and St. Botolph, see Borough of Finsbury, p. 16a.

Alexander the Great, medallion-busts of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.

Alington, Richard, 1561, and his wife, monument and effigies of: Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 118a (Plate 171).

All Hallows, see under Churches.

All Saints, " "

Almighty, The, carving: St. Stephen's Cloister, Westminster (24), p. 124b.

Alms-dishes, see Plate, Church.

Alsop, John, 1611, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.

Altar-frontal, c. 1530: Finsbury (2), p. 19a (Plate 170).

Altars:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 3.
-, Mediaeval: St. Pancras (1), p. 87b; Westminster (10), p. 108a.

Altar-tombs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Amcotts, Susannah, daughter of Sir Richard, see Hobbes.

Amos, figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a (Plate 232).

Andrew, St.:
-, Churches dedicated to, see under Churches.
-, Figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a (Plate 233).

Andrews, John, 1714, slab to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Anne Boleyn, see Boleyn.

" of Cleves, see Cleves under Heraldry.

" Queen, arms, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; Statue of: (Queen Anne's Gate), Westminster (39), p. 140a (Plate 226); Monogram of (Alcove, Kensington Gardens): Westminster (82), p. 147b.

" St., Church dedicated to, see under Churches.

Annunciation, The, Representations of: St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), (altar-frontal of, c. 1530), p. 19a; Charterhouse, Finsbury (5) (fire-place surround), p. 26a; St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 104a (alms-dish); St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11) (alms-dish), p. 112a.

Antwerp, Actual painting of ceiling in Banqueting House, Whitehall, executed by Rubens in Antwerp: Westminster (26), p. 125b; painted view, probably of Antwerp: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134b (Plate 216).

Aoze [Agar], Thomas, 1687, Surveyor-General of all the woods on the S. side of the Trent, tablet to: St. Anne's, Soho, Westminster (9), p. 105b.

Apostles, The, figures of: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 26a (overmantel); St. Thomas', Westminster (18), p. 117a (vestment); see also under individual names.

Apothecaries Society, former Botanic garden of: Chelsea (5), p. 13b.

Apses and destroyed apses:
-, 12th-century: Finsbury (2), p. 17a.
-, 16th-century: Westminster (24), p. 124b.
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 11b (Plate 26); Westminster (9), pp. 104b, 105a; (10), pp. 106b, 107a and b.
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (8), p. 101a; (13), p. 113a.

Aragon, Katherine of, see Katherine of Aragon.

Archer:
-, John, arms, 1663 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Thomas, Roehampton House built from designs of, c. 1710–12: Wandsworth (7), p. 97a.

Architecture:
-, Ecclesiastical: see also Sectional Preface, p. 2, and Churches.
-,-, Dating from the 12th century: St. John, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 16b (Plans, pp. 16, 17).
-,-, Dating from the 13th century: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 7 (Plan, p. 8); Lambeth Palace Chapel, Lambeth (2), p. 79b (Plans, pp. 80, 81); St. Pancras (1) (old church), p. 87 (Plan, p. 87); St. Mary's Chapel, Palace of Westminster (24), p. 123a (Plan, p. 120).
-,-, Dating from c. 1300: St. Etheldreda, Holborn (4), p. 44 (Plans, p. 45).
-,-, Dating from the 14th century: Chapel of the Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), pp. 21b, 26b (Plan, p. 23); All Saints', Fulham (1) (tower), p. 31.
-,-, Dating from the 15th century: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 78b; St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 93b; St. Margaret's, Westminster, p. 100b (Plan, p. 100).
-,-, Dating from the 15th or 16th century: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 94b.
-,-, Dating from the 16th century: Gray's Inn Chapel, Holborn (6), pp. 52b, 55a (Plan, p. 53); St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 91a (Plan, p. 91); Westminster (21), p. 118a (Plan, p. 118); (24), p. 124b; (29) p. 131a (Plan, p. 129).
-,-, Dating from the 17th century: Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), pp. 45b, 48b (Plan, p. 46); All Saints', Wandsworth (5), p. 96a (tower); Westminster (9), St. Anne's, Soho, p. 104a (Plan, p. 104); (10) St. Clement Danes, p. 106a (Plan, p. 106); (11) St. James', Piccadilly, p. 109b (Plan, p. 109); (22) Marlborough Chapel, p. 118b (Plan, p. 119).
-,-, Dating from the early 18th century (before 1715): St. George the Martyr, Holborn (2), p. 43b (Plan, p. 43); Presbyterian Meeting House, Stoke Newington (2), p. 92a; Westminster (13), St. Mary le Strand, p. 113a (Plan, p. 113); (18), St. Thomas, p. 116a (Plan, p. 116).
-, Secular (Mediaeval): See also Sectional Preface, p. 3. 11th-century: Westminster Hall, Westminster (24), p. 121a (Plans, pp. 120, 122).
-,-, 13th-century: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 79b (Plans, pp. 80–1).
-,-, c. 1300: Ely Place, Holborn (4), p. 44a.
-,-, 14th-century: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 86a (roof); Westminster Hall, Westminster (24), p. 121a; Jewel House, Westminster (25), p. 124b (Plan, p. 125).
-,-, 15th-century: Crosby Hall, Chelsea (10), p. 14a; Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 45a (Plan, p. 46); Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 79b.
-,-, Early 16th-century: St. John's Gate, Finsbury (4), p. 19b (Plan, p. 20); Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), pp. 21b, 28b (Plans, pp. 23, 29).
-,-, Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 34a (Plan, p. 34); Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 45a; Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 79b; Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 64a (Plan, p. 65); Malmesbury House, Westminster (27), p. 127b (Plan, p. 127); Treasury, Westminster (28), p. 128a; St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 128a (Plans, pp. 129–30).

Ark floating on the Waters, The, carving (font): St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111a.

Arlington House, site of house formerly owned by the Earl of Arlington: Westminster (31), p. 134b.

Armour:
-, See also Brasses, Military, and Effigies, Military.
-, Funeral-achievements: 17th-century: Wandsworth (4), p. 95b (helm and sword).
-, Funeral-helms: 16th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9b.

Arms, Shields-of-, before 1550, see Heraldry.

Arnold, Mary, floor-slab to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Arnwaye, Thomas, 1603, tablet with effigy of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Arthur, Prince (eldest son of Henry VII), glass, said to represent: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a.

Artillery Company, Headquarters of Hon.: Finsbury (8), p. 31a.

Ash, Martha, see Ducket.

Ashmole, Elias, 1692, donor of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.

Astry, Luke, arms, 1680 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Atkins or Atkyns:
-, Sir Edward, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.
-, Henry, 1677, Annabella, 1670, and Rebecka, 1661, children of Sir Richard, effigies of, also table-tomb to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93a (Plate 144).
-, Rebecca, see Dixie.
-, Sir Richard, Bart., 1689, and Rebecca (Wright alias Bunckley), 1711, his wife, monument with effigies of, also table-tomb to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93a (Plate 144).
-, Sir Robert, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Holborn (5), p. 51a.
-, Robert and Elizabeth, children of Richard, see Kinsey.

Augustus, medallion-bust of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.

Aunger, Richard, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Avalon, Viscount Mordant of, see Mordaunt.

Avarice, allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

'Aya' (? Asa), figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Aylmer, arms: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.

Ayloffe, William, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Babington, Abraham, 1681, and Elizabeth, his wife, 1689, floor-slab to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93b.

Bacchus, figures of (ceiling): Holborn (10), p. 60b (Plate 103); Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Bacon:
-, Catherine (Wingfield), wife of Francis, 1660, tablet to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.
-, Francis, Lord Verulam, arms, 1620 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.
-, Sir Nicholas, Keeper of the Great Seal, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Bagehot, Charles, arms (glass): Staple Inn, Holborn (7), p. 59a.

Bagley, Matthew, see under Bellfounders.

Baldock, Robert, arms, 1677 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Baldry, arms: Holland House, Kensington (3), p. 77a.

Baldwin, Archbishop, acquirer of the site of Lambeth Palace, 1189–90, for a college of secular canons: Lambeth (2), p. 79b.

Ball, Francis, see Smith.

Balustrades, iron, see under Metal-work.

Banbrigge, Elizabeth, see Hawford.

Bancroft, Richard, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms, 1603: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b; floor-slab to, 1610: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.

Bank House, Old, Hampstead (14), p. 41b.

Banners Yard, Lower Mall, Hammersmith (12), p. 39a.

Banning, Mary, see Gorges.

Banqueting House, Whitehall (now the Museum of the Royal United Service Institution): Westminster (26), p. 125b (Plan, p. 126; Plates 194–6).

Baptist's Head, see under Inns.

Barclay,—, wife of William Rumbold, see Rumbold.

Barker, Edward, church-plate given by, to the parish church of the Savoy, now at St. Mary le Strand, Westminster (13), p. 115a.

Barn, 17th-century: Fulham (6), p. 36a.

Barnet, Mrs. Joane, daughter of Michael Simnell, 1674, tablet recording bequests of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a.

Barrett, Sir Paul, arms, 1683 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Barrow:
-, Dorothy (Hyliard), widow of Samuel, see Clarke.
-, Samuel, M.D., 1682, monument and floor-slab to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Barry, Sir Charles, restoration of Westminster Hall by: Westminster (24), p. 121a; building by (1846–7): Treasury, Westminster (28), p. 128a.

Bartholomew, St., figures of (glass): All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a; Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b (Plate 232).

Bartlet-, t, James and Thomas, see under Bellfounders.

Barton, Ralph, arms, 1559 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 55a.

Bateman, Esther (Searle), wife of Sir James (Lord Mayor of London), 1709, monument to: St. Nicholas, Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth (4), p. 95b.

Bath, Plunge-bath, possibly Roman, Strand Lane, Westminster (2), p. 99b.

Bath and Wells, See of, arms: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.

" Earl of, arms, 1671 (painted canvas): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Batilly, Lord Barron of, see Bey.

Battersea, Borough of, pp. 6–7.

Baylie or Bayley:
-, Elias, Yeoman of the Guard, and Elizabeth, 1712–3, floor-slab to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.
-, Elizabeth, wife of John, 1629, tablet to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.

Beadles' Staffs, see under Plate, Church.

Bea(l?)e, Christopher, 1675, floor-slab to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Beauchamp, Margaret, figure of (glass): St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 9).

Beaufort Street, Chelsea, p. 15b.

Beaumont, Francis, M.A., Master, 1624, tablet with effigy of: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28a (Plate 51).

Becker, Frederic, 1663, tablet to: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a.

Bedford:
-, Earl of, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.
-, Francis, 2nd Earl of Bedford, K.G., arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6) p. 54a.
-, Francis, Earl of Bedford, "who dedicated this church to God, Sept. 26th, 1646," portrait of: St. Paul's, Covent Garden, Westminster (14), p. 115a.

Bedingfield:
-, Sir Henry, arms, 1686 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.
-, Sir Thomas, arms, 1660 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Bell, John, Bishop of Worcester, 1556, brass of: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16a.

Bellfounders:
-, Bagley, Matthew: St. Nicholas, Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth (4), p. 95b.
-, Bartlet-t, James: St. Etheldreda, Fulham (4), p. 33b; Gray's Inn Chapel, Holborn (6), p. 55a; St. Anne's, Soho, Westminster (9), p. 105b.
-, Bartlet-t, Thomas: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 27b; St. Andrew's, Fulham (2), p. 33b.
-, Clifton, John: Christchurch, Victoria Street, Westminster (17), p. 116a.
-, Mot, Robert: St. Clement Danes, Westminster (10), p. 108a.
-, Owen, Samuell: St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 128b.
-, Wightman, Philip and William: Kensington Palace, Kensington (2), p. 70b; St. Clement Danes, Westminster (10), p. 108a; St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111a.

Bells:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 3.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, 14th-century: Westminster (20), p. 117b (Plate 170).
-,-, 16th-century: Westminster (10), p. 108a.
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9a; Finsbury (5), p. 27b; Fulham (2), (4), p. 33b; Hammersmith (2), p. 37b; Holborn (6), p. 55a; Westminster (9), p. 105b; (10), p. 108a; (11), p. 111a; (17), p. 116a.
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Wandsworth (4), p. 95b; Westminster (18), p. 116b.
-, Secular:
-,-, c. 1600: Westminster (29), p. 128b.
-,-, 17th-century: Kensington (2), p. 70b; Lambeth (2), p. 83b.
-,-, Date uncertain: Holborn (7), p. 59a.

Belt, Daniel, son of Sir Thomas, 1697, tablet to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a (Plate 10).

Benches and Bench-ends, see under Seating.

Benedictine Nuns, see under Religious Houses.

Benet, St., Church dedicated to, see under Churches.

Bennet, John, arms, 1705 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Benskin, Elizabeth, see Brown.

Beresford, Mary (Glover), wife of John, 1588, brass to: St. Pancras (Old) Church, St. Pancras (1), p. 87b.

Bergavenny or Abergavenny, see Nevill,-e.

Berkehead, Margaret (Faldo), widow of John, see Knight.

Berkeley, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Maurice, 1585, effigy said to be of: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16b.

Bernard (van Ling), R., glass by: Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b.

Bernini, Paolo, monument by (to Charles Cheyne, Viscount Newhaven and his wife, etc.), 1672: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b (Plate 20).

Bertie, Hon. Robert, 1677, tablet recording benefactions of: St. Giles in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43a.

Bettesworth, Edith, see Bilson.

Bey, Anne, daughter of the "Rt. Hon. Anthony de Bey, Lord Barron of Batilly," etc., see Douglas.

Bible, see under Books.

Bignold, —, widow of James, c. 1700, floor-slab to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Bilingsley, Martha (Earsby), wife of Edward, 1698, floorslab to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Billing, Sir Thomas, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Bilson:
-, Edith (Bettesworth), wife of Thomas, 1651, tablet to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.
-, Thomas, 1652, monument to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Binge, Henry, arms, 1623 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Bird in the Hand, The, see under Inns.

Blackfriars Convent, near Ludgate, column, etc., from, now in St. Dominic's Church, Southampton Road, St. Pancras (3), p. 89b.

Blaise, St., carved figure of: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a.

Blanchard, Robert, 1681, floor-slab to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Blenheim, Battle of, paintings: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134a (Plates 213–5).

Bloomsbury, see Holborn, Borough of, p. 43a.

Blore, Edward, architect, building under: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 26b.

Bluck, Richard van, paintings by: Greycoat Hospital, Westminster (37), p. 137b.

Bluecoat School (founded 1688, built 1709): Westminster (38), p. 137b (Plan, p. 137b; Plate 235).

Blunt, Francis, pulpit partly made by: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28a.

Boadicea's Grave, mound known as, in Parliament Fields: St. Pancras (12), p. 90b.

Bohun Badge: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2) (Holand Tomb), p. 88b.

Boleyn, Anne, part of badge of (glass): All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a; arms, see under Heraldry.

Bolingbroke House, Battersea (2), p. 6b.

Bolton, Prior William (1509–32), house built by, p. 64a, and rebus of, pp. 66b, 67a, Islington (2).

Bond,-e:
-, Thomas, 1600, tablet to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a (Plate 62).
-, Thomas, 1616, Eilen, his wife, 1628, Thomas, their son, 1627, and Eilen Butts, their daughter, 1625, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a.

Bond Street, Old, Roman remains found in: Westminster (3), p. 100a.

Boniface, Archbishop (1240–70), rebuilding perhaps by: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 79b.

Bonner, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Bononi (?), Mary, 1711, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Books:
-, In Churches and Chapels:
-,-, Fox's Book of Martyrs, 1684; Homilies of 1683; 'Vinegar' Bible of 1717 and Prayer-book of 1723: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 9a.
-,-, Prayer-book of 1687, presented by James II to the Royal Hospital: Chelsea (2), p. 11b.

Booth, William, son of Lord de la Mere, 1661, tablet to: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16a.

Boroughs, List of, p. xxiv.

Botanic Garden (former), of the Apothecaries Company: Chelsea (5), p. 13b.

Botyll, Robert, Prior of St. John of Jerusalem, arms, see under Heraldry; Inscription on glass, "Robertus Botyll Pryor Elect. a.d. 1439 Resign 1469"; St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 19a.

Boundary-stones, 17th-century: Holborn (5), p. 51b.

Bounty, Royal, allegorical representation of (ceiling): Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Box, Simon, 1692 (the first to be buried in the graveyard of the Royal Hospital), table-tomb to: Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Bracken, Francis, arms, c. 1600 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Bradmore House, former front, etc., from, now incorporated in garage, Queen Street; also niche of c. 1700, formerly in garden of Bradmore House, now in Geffreye's Garden, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch: Hammersmith (4), p. 38a and b.

Braganza, Catherine of, see Catherine of Braganza under Katherine.

Brandon, Charles, 1st Duke of Suffolk, arms: Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 53a.

Brantingham, Ellis, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Brasses, Monumental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 3.
-, Civil (principal figures accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, inscription, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, Men: 16th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 89a; Wandsworth (4), p. 95b; Westminster (8), p. 101b.
-,-, Women: 16th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10a; Fulham (1), p. 31b; Islington (1), pp. 63b, 64a; Lambeth (1), p. 78b; St. Pancras (2), p. 89a; Wandsworth (4), p. 95b; Westminster (8), p. 101b. c. 1600: Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9a.
-, Ecclesiastical (principal figures with or without accompanying inscriptions, etc.):
-,-, Men: 14th-century: Islington (1), p. 64a. 16th-century: Finsbury (1), p. 16a; Islington (1), p. 64a; Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.
-,-, Women: 15th-century: Hampstead (2), p. 39b (head).
-, Military (principal figures accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, inscriptions, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, 15th-century: Wandsworth (2), p. 94a; (5), p. 96a.
-,-, 16th-century: Islington (1), pp. 63b, 64a; Lambeth (1), p. 78b.
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9a.
-, Inscriptions (accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, 15th-century: Wandsworth (1), (2), pp. 93a, 94a.
-,-, 16th-century: St. Pancras (1), p. 87b; Wandsworth (3), p. 95a; Westminster (21), p. 118b.
-,-, 17th-century: Lambeth (1), p. 78b; (2), p. 82a (see Monument); Wandsworth (1), p. 93a; (2), p. 94a; (5), p. 96a; Westminster (8), p. 103a.
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (10), p. 108a.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, Canopied: 15th-century: Islington (1), p. 63b.
-,-, Flemish: 16th-century: Fulham (1), p. 31b.
-,-, French: 15th-century: Islington (1), p. 63b.
-,-, Shields only: 16th-century: Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.
-,-, Shroud: 16th-century: Fulham (1), p. 31b.
-, Palimpsest:
-,-, 14th-century: Islington (1), p. 64a.
-,-, 15th-century: Islington (1), p. 63b; Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.
-,-, 16th-century: Islington (1), p. 64a.
-, Indents: Chelsea (1), p. 9a; Lambeth (1), p. 78b; St. Pancras (1), p. 87b; Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b; Wandsworth (2), p. 94a; Westminster (8), p. 102a.

Bray:
-, Edmond, first Lord, 1539, and John, Lord Bray, 1557, his son, altar-tomb to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 9b.
-, Sir Reynold, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

'Bread Albany' (Breadalbane), and Holland, Colin Campbell, 3rd son of John, 1st Earl of, see Campbell.

Brewhouse Lane, Putney, Wandsworth (13), p. 98b.

Bridge Road West, Battersea, p. 7a.

" Street, Hammersmith, p. 39a.

Bridges, Edmund, 1706, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Bridgewater, Earl of, see Egerton.

Briscoe, John, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Brisset, see Fitzralph, Jordain.

Bristol, See of, arms: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.

Britland, Reynold, 1692, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Broadway, The, Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth (18), p. 98b.

Brocas, Mrs. Mary, 1654, tablet with bust of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a (Plate 151).

Brograve, Sir John, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Brokus, Nicholas, arms (glass): Staple Inn, Holborn (7), p. 59a.

Bromfeild, Sir Laurence, 1668, and his grandchildren, Charles Corbett, 1660, and Thomas Corbett, 1667, floor-slab to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93b.

Bronze Age, p. 91a.

Bronze work, see under Metal-work.

Brooke:
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.
-, Christopher, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Brotherton, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Broughton, Katherine, see Howard; arms, see under Heraldry.

Brown:
-, —? 1700, floor-slab to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.
-, Ann and Isabell, 1680, daughters of Sir Valentine, floor-slab to: St. Pancras (Old) Church, St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.
-, Elizabeth (Benskin), wife of Thomas, 1705, brass to: St. Clement Danes, Westminster (10), p. 108a.
-, Sir Samuel, arms, 1673 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Bruce, Edward, Lord, 1610, altar-tomb with effigy of: Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b (Plate 167).

Brussels, painted view probably of: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134b (Plate 216).

Buck, James, 1680, and Elizabeth (Rogers), his wife, 1674, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.

Buckett, Rowland, "limner", work of: Charterhouse Finsbury (5), p. 26a.

Buckingham, George, 1st Duke of, York, gate built for, 1626: Westminster (36), p. 136b.

" Palace (built by the Duke of Buckingham on the site of Arlington House, c. 1703): Westminster (31), p. 134b.

" Street, Westminster (36), p. 136b; (48), p. 142b (Plate 7).

Building Material, see Sectional Preface, p. 1.

Bull:
-, Elizabeth, wife of Richard, 1702, head-stone to: St. John's, Hampstead (1), p. 39b.
-, James, 1713, tablet to: St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 10).
-, John, 1715, and Marlborough Tatton, 1714, his grandson, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Bunckley, Rebecca Wright, alias Bunckley, see Atkins.

Bunhill Fields, Nonconformist burial-ground, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.

Burdet, Leicester, 1691, tablet to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.

Burgh House, New End Square, Hampstead (11), p. 41a.

Burial Mound, see Earthworks.

Burleigh, Lord, Elizabeth, wife of, see Cecil.

Burlington House, Piccadilly (built c. 1665, for Sir John Denham, refronted by Lord Burlington, c. 1716): Westminster (34), p. 136a.

Bury, Sir Thomas, arms, 1700 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Busts, see under Effigies.

Butcher, John, 1696, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.

Butler:
-, Anne, wife of Gregory, and Thomas, her eldest son, 1668, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a.
-, Earl of Ormond, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.
-, Sir James, arms, 1703 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, Sir John, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Butterwick, Baron, see Sheffield.

Butts:
-, Eilen, see Bond.
-, Sir William, 1545, physician to Henry VIII, tablet to (restored by Leonard Butts in 1627): All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b.

Byde, Edward, arms, 1693 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a; inscription-tablet concerning (Plate 83).

Byllesby, arms (glass): All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a.

Byrd, Clement, John Skyper, 1519, and Agnes their wife, brass to: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 64a.

Cabinet, see under Furniture.

Caesar:
-, Joanna, see Rampayne.
-, Julius, medallion-bust of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.
-, Sir Julius, pulpit given by, in the first half of the 17th century: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a.

Caithness, Mary (Campbell), Countess Dowager of Caithness, see Campbell.

Caley, Mary, widow of Sir Samuel Marow, Bart., see Fisher.

Campbell, Colin, 3rd son of John, 1st Earl of 'Bread Albany' (Breadalbane), and Holland, and Mary (Campbell), Countess Dowager of Caithness, his second wife, 1708, tablet to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Candlesticks, see under Plate, Church.

Canonbury House, Canonbury Place, Islington (2), p. 64a (Plan p. 65; Plates 101–3).

Canterbury, Michael of, see Michael of Canterbury.

" See of, arms: Gray's Inn Chapel, Holborn (6), p. 55a; Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), pp. 80–6.

" St. Thomas of, niche formerly containing image of: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 83a.

Capitals, illustrated (Plates 15, 177).

Carbery, John, Earl of, Gough House built for, probably c. 1707: Chelsea (4), p. 13b.

Cardinal, William, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Carey Street, archway opening into: Holborn (5), p. 51b (Plate 82).

Carleon, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Carlisle, Earl of, see Hay.

" House, Carlisle Street, Soho Square: Westminster (69), p. 145b.

Carlos, Thomas, 1665, floor-slab to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Carnaby, Anthony, 1678, and Mary, daughter of Anthony, 1705, tablet to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Carr, Sir Robert, Bart., arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Carthusian Priory of the Salutation, now part of the Charterhouse: Finsbury (5), p. 21b.

Castle, see under Inns.

Catherine, see Katherine.

Caumont, Elizabeth (Mayerne) wife of Pierre de Caumont, Marquis of Cugnac, 1653, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 9b.

Cave, William, S.T.P., 1713, Vicar of the parish and Canon of Windsor, and Ann (Stonehouse) his wife, 1691, tablet to: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 64a.

Cavendish:
-, Lord George, Burlington House altered by, 1817–80; Westminster (34), p. 136a.
-, Jane, see Cheyne.

Caxton Street, Westminster (38), p. 137b.

Cecil or Cesill:
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.
-, Elizabeth (Drury) widow of William Cecil, K.G., Lord Burleigh and Earl of Exeter, 1653–4, inscription-panel to: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16a.
-, Robert, Earl of Salisbury, arms (glass) (formerly in Rolls Chapel of St. Thomas): Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b.
-, Theophilus, 1695, slab to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.
-, Thomas, 1st Earl of Exeter, K.G., arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Ceilings, ornamental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 4.
-, In Churches:
-,-, 16th-century: Westminster (29), p. 131a (Plate 205).
-,-, 17th-century: Westminster (9), p. 105a; (10), p. 107b; (11), p. 110b.
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (13), p. 114a; (22), p. 119a.
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 25b (Plate 46); Islington (2), p. 66b (Plate 103).
-,-, 17th-century: Battersea (2), p. 6b; Chelsea (2), pp. 11b, 12a (Plate 9) and b; Finsbury (7), pp. 30b (Plate 59), 31a; Kensington (3), p. 76a (Plate 118); Lambeth (2), p. 83b (wood); Westminster (26), p. 127a (painted) (Plate 195); (33), p. 135b (painted).
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (10), p. 60b (painted) (Plate 103); Wandsworth (7) p. 97b (painted); Westminster (69), p. 145b; (79), p. 147a.

Ceres, allegorical figure of (tapestry): St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 132a.

Chadwell Springs, p. 1.

Chairs, see under Furniture.

Chalice, see Plate, Church.

Chamberlayne:
-, Ann, see Spragg.
-, Edward, 1698, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.
-, Edward, 1703, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.
-, Peregrine Clifford, 1691, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.
-, Susannah (Clifford) wife of Dr. Edward, 1703, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.

Chambers:
-, Deborah (Messenden) wife of Richard, 1680, tablet to: St. Mary's, St. Marylebone (1), p. 87a.
-, Dr. John, St. Stephen's Cloister, built by c. 1526–29; Westminster (24), p. 123b.
-, William, 1714, slab to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93b.

Champion, Richard (Principal of Staple Inn) Hall built by, 1581, p. 57b; arms, p. 59a; Holborn (7).

Chancery Lane, Holborn (5), p. 45a.

Chapel Court (formerly): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), pp. 52b, 55a.

" " Regent Street, Westminster (18), p. 116a.

" Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118a; (building used as, 1724–1890) Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 125b; St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 131a.

Chapels, see Churches and Chapels.

Chapman, George, 1634, monument to, erected by Inigo Jones: St. Giles in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43a.

Charing Cross, Westminster (83), p. 147b (Plate 195).

" " Road, Westminster (19), p. 117a.

Charity, see Virtues, The.

Charles I., bronze bust of, on cenotaph of Sir Nicholas Crisp, St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b; ceiling painted by Rubens, under a commission from (with allegorical representations of his birth and crowning): Whitehall, Westminster (26), pp. 125b, 127a; medallion-head of: Holland House, Kensington (3), p. 77a; statue of (by Hubert le Sueur), Trafalgar Square: Westminster (83), p. 147b (Plate 195).

Charles II., arms, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; Royal Hospital, Chelsea, founded by (foundation stone laid 1682; building completed 1690), p. 11a; painting of, by Andrew Verrio, also bronze statue of, said to be by Grinling Gibbons; Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 12a and b (Plate 227).

Charterhouse, The, Finsbury (5), p. 21b (Plans pp. 23, 29; Plates, list of, p. vi).

" Square, Finsbury (5), p. 21b.

Chelsea, Borough of, pp. 7–15; Parish of, partly in Borough of Paddington, p. 86b.

" Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 11a (Plates, list of, p. v).

" Hospital Infirmary (formerly Walpole House), Chelsea (3), p. 13a.

Cheshire Cheese, Old, Westminster (47), p. 142a.

Chests, see under Furniture.

Chetham, Henry, arms, 1710 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn, (6), p. 54b.

Cheyne, Charles, Viscount Newhaven, 1698, Jane (Cavendish), his first wife, 1669, and Catherine their daughter, monument to (by Paolo Bernini, 1672) with effigy of Jane: All Saints', Chelsea (1). p. 10b (Plate 20).

Cheyne Hospital, Chelsea (8), p. 14a.

" Row, Chelsea (12), p. 15a (Plate 31).

" Walk, Chelsea, p. 13b.

Chiborne, —, Margarite, widow of, and Catherine their daughter, see Hobbes.

Chich, Lord Darcy of, see Darcy.

Chicheley, Archbishop, arms, p. 83a; Water or Lollard's Tower, Lambeth Palace, built by, p. 79b; head possibly of (glass), Great Hall, Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b.

Child, Sir Francis, 1713, Alderman and Lord Mayor of London, table-tomb to, Fulham (1) p. 33a (Plate 62).

Chimneypieces, see Fireplaces.

Christ: see also Nativity, The; Presentation in the Temple; Gethsemane; Last Supper, The; Cross, Bearing of the; Crucifixion, The; Resurrection, The:
-, Figure of (on Processional Cross): St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 19b (Plate 36); Baptism of (carving on font): St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111a; Head of (on tomb of Dr. John Yong), Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b; Incidents in His Life, etc., Chapel Royal (church-plate), Westminster (29), p. 131b.

Christchurch, see under Churches.

Christ's Hospital, source of water-supply to: Finsbury (7), p. 31a.

Church Lane, stone inscribed "This is Church Lane, Ine ye—Yeare of Charles the Seconds reigne M— 1668": Chelsea (15), p. 15b.

" " Great, Hammersmith (18), p. 39b.

" Road, Battersea, p. 7a.

" Row, Chelsea (8), p. 14a; Hampstead (25–9) p. 42b; Stoke Newington (3), p. 92a.

" Street, Chelsea, pp. 7, 15; Stoke Newington (1), p. 91a; (3) p. 92a and b.

Churches and Chapels: See also Sectional Preface, p. 2 and Architecture, Ecclesiastical:
-, All Hallows the Great, Upper Thames Street, pulpit from; St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 38a.
-, All Saints: Chelsea (1), p. 7 (Plan p. 8; Plates, list of, p. v.); Fulham (1), p. 31b (Plates, list of, p. vi.); Wandsworth (5), p. 96a (Plate 11); (All Saints', Maidstone, communion rails said to have come from, now in St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 78b.
-, St. Andrew: Fulham (2), p. 33b; (St. George the Martyr, built as a Chapel-of-ease to St. Andrew, Holborn, p. 43b).
-, St. Anne, Soho: Westminster (9), p. 104a (Plan, p. 104).
-, St. Benet, Doctors' Commons, flagons given to, now at St. Mary le Strand: Westminster (13), p. 115a.
-, St. Catherine, see also St. Katherine.
-, " " Coleman in the City, fittings from: now at St. Katherine's, Hammersmith (3), p. 38a.
-, Christchurch, Victoria Street, Westminster (17), p. 116a.
-, St. Clement Danes, Strand, Westminster (10), p. 106a (Plan, p. 106; Plates 5, 154–6).
-, St. Dionis, Parson's Green, fittings from St. Dionis, Backchurch, Fenchurch Street, now at: Fulham (3), p. 33b (Plates 2, 4).
-, St. Dominic: Southampton Road, St. Pancras (3), p. 89b.
-, St. Dunstan, Fleet Street, clock from: St. Marylebone (2), p. 87a.
-, St. Etheldreda, Fulham Palace Road, Fulham (4), p. 33b; Ely Place, Holborn (4), p. 44a (Plan, p. 45; Plates 67–8).
-, St. George, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b (Plates 163–166).
-, " " the Martyr, Queen's Square, Bloomsbury, Holborn (2), p. 43b (Plan, p. 43).
-, St. Giles in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43a.
-, Holy Trinity, Clapham, fittings from old church of. See also Trinity below.
-, St. James, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16a; Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 109b (Plan, p. 09; Plates 157–9, 2).
-, St. John, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 16b (Plans, pp. 16, 17; Plates, list of, p. v.); Hampstead (1), p. 39b (Plates 36, 100).
-, " " the Baptist, Savoy, Hospital Chapel of (founded by Henry VII): Westminster (21), p. 118a
-, " " the Evangelist, Smith Square, Westminster (16), p. 115b.
-, St. Katherine (see also St. Catherine), Wormwood Scrubbs, Hammersmith (3), p. 38a.
-, St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 88a (Plates, list of, p. viii).
-, St. Leonard, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 94b.
-, St. Luke's, Chelsea, plate now at (formerly at All Saints'), Chelsea (1), p. 11a.
-, St. Margaret, Westminster (8), p. 100b (Plan, p. 100; Plates, list of, p. ix).
-, St. Mark, Hammersmith, pulpit from St. Paul's, now at: Hammersmith (2), p. 38a.
-, St. Martin in the Fields, Trafalgar Square, Westminster (12), p. 112a (Plate 160); Roman Remains found on site of; Westminster (5), p. 100a.
-, " " Outwich, bell from, now at St. Andrew's, Fulham (2), p. 33b.
-, St. Mary, Battersea (1), p. 6 (Plates 9–11); Abbey Road, Kilburn, Hampstead (2), p. 39b; Islington (1), p. 63b; Lambeth (1), p. 78b (Plates, list of, p. viii); Paddington (1), p. 86b; Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 93b (Plates 10, 146–7); St. Marylebone (1) (old parish church), p. 86b; Stoke Newington (1), p. 91a (Plan, p. 91a); Charing Cross Road, Westminster (19), p. 117a (Plate 170); Westminster (24) (formerly SS. Mary the Virgin and Stephen), p. 123a.
-, St. Mary Abbots, Kensington (1), p. 67b (Plate 104).
-, " " le Strand, Westminster (13), p. 113a (Plan, p. 113; Plates 161–2, 2, 104).
-, St. Michael Bassihaw in the City, bell formerly at, now at St. Etheldreda's, Fulham (4), p. 33b.
-, St. Mildred, Bread Street, floor-slab from: Hammersmith (2), p. 37b.
-, St. Nicholas, Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth (4), p. 95b.
-, St. Pancras, St. Pancras (1) (old church of), p. 87b (Plan, p. 87b; Plate 10).
-, St. Paul, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b; Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93a (Plate 144); Covent Garden, Westminster (14), p. 115a (Plate 4).
-, St. Peter, former Chapel of, Queen Anne's Gate, part of reredos from: Westminster (39), p. 139a (Plate 100).
-, St. Stephen, Chapel formerly dedicated to St. Mary and St. Stephen, Westminster (24), p. 123a.
-, St. Thomas, Regent Street, Westminster (18), p. 116a (Plan, p. 116a). See also Rolls Chapel below.
-, Trinity Chapel, church-plate originally given to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b. See also Holy Trinity above.
-, Miscellaneous: Chapel Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118a (Plan, p. 118a).
-, " " building used as, 1724 to 1890: Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 125b.
-, " " St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 131a (Plates 205–7).
-, Charterhouse Chapel, Finsbury (5), p. 26b (Plan, p. 23; Plates 35, 43, 48–52, 56, 100).
-, Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 48b (Plan, p. 46; Plates 72–6, 1, 8).
-, Marlborough Chapel, Westminster (22), p. 118b (Plan, p. 119; Plates 172–3, 201, 8, 91).
-, Presbyterian Meeting House, Stoke Newington (2), p. 92a.
-, Rolls Chapel of St. Thomas, fittings, etc., from former, now in Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b (Plates 167–71).
-, Savoy, Parish Church of, church-plate originally given to: St. Mary le Strand, Westminster (13), p. 115a.
-, West Street Chapel, Holborn (3), p. 43b.
-, French Protestant Huguenot Church, Westminster (23), p. 121a.

Chute, Margaret, 1638, brass to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 78b.

Cipriani, Ruben's ceiling at Whitehall restored by, 1785, Westminster (26), p. 125b.

Cisterns, lead, see under Metal-work.

City Road, Finsbury, pp. 19b, 31a.

City of London, arms: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 38a.

Clapham, John, tablet to Edmund Kedermister, 1607, erected by, 1608: Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 118a.

Clapham, Parish of, see Borough of Wandsworth, pp. 93a, 98a.

" Common, Wandsworth (8), p. 98a; (25), p. 99a.

Clare, Susanna, daughter of John, Earl of, see Lort.

Clare, St., figure of, on altar-frontal of c. 1530: St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 19a.

Clarke or Clerke:
-, Bartholomew, 1589, and Elenor, his wife, monument to, with effigy of the former: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93a.
-, Daniell, 1626, master-cook to Queen Elizabeth and James I, and Catherine, his wife, 1613, tablet to: St. Pancras (Old) Church (1), p. 88a.
-, Dorothy (Hyliard), 1695, wife of William Clarke, and to her first husband, Samuel Barrow, 1682, monument to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b (Plate 62).
-, Isabell, see Nicolls.

Clarkson, William, 1712, also Theodosia, 1704, Abrahall, 1708, and Gilbert, 1710, his children, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.

Clayton, Robert, 1676, tablet to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Clein, Francis, decoration attributed to: Holland House, Kensington (3), p. 77a.

Clement, St., church dedicated to, see under Churches; emblem of: Westminster (10), pp. 106b, 107b.

Clement's Inn Passage, Westminster (54), p. 143a.

Clere, Thomas, 1545, brass of: St. Mary's Lambeth (1), p. 78b; arms, see under Heraldry.

Clerke, see Clarke above.

Clerkenwell, Parishes of St. James and St. John, see Borough of Finsbury, pp. 15–31.

Clerks' Well, Farringdon Road, Finsbury (9), p. 31a.

Cleves, Anne of, arms, see under Heraldry.

Clifford, Susannah, see Chamberlayne.

Clifton, John, see under Bellfounders.

Clock House, The, now called Fenton House, Hampstead (6), p. 40a (Plates 6, 65–6).

Clocks:
-, 17th-century: clock and figures, St. Marylebone (2), p. 87a (Plate 101).
-, Early 18th-century: (Tompian floor-clock): St. Paul's, Covent Garden, Westminster (14), p. 115a.

Cockerell, C. R., building by, 1823: St. Thomas', Westminster (18), p. 116a.

Coffin-lid and slab:
-, 15th-century: Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Coffin-plates:
-, 17th-century: Battersea (1), p. 6a.

Cole, Thomas, 1597, brass with effigies of himself and wife, etc.: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 101b.

Colleges, see under Religious Houses.

Collegiate Buildings, see Sectional Preface, p. 2.

Collinge, Benjamin, 1700, and Catherine (Ollivers), his wife, 1719, tablet to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Colte, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Colvile, Sara (Laurence), wife of Richard, 1631, monument, with effigy in shroud, of: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10a (Plate 60).

Combes, John, 1711, and Damaris, his wife, 1707, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.

Commandments, The Ten, see Decalogue, The.

Communion Plate, see Plate, Church.

Communion Tables:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 3.
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9b; Finsbury (5), p. 27b (Plate 43); Westminster (11), p. 111a (Plate 158).
-, 17th or early 18th-century: Westminster (22), p. 119b.
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (13), p. 114b.

Communion Rails:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 3.
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9b; (2), p. 11b (Plate 1); Fulham (1), p. 31b; Holborn (5), p. 48b (Plate 1); Lambeth (1), p. 78b (Plate 1); (2), p. 82a (Plate 1); Westminster (9), p. 105b; (11), p. 111a (Plate 158).
-, 17th or early 18th-century: Westminster (22), p. 119b.
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (13), p. 114b.

Compton:
-, Henry, Bishop of London, 1713, table-tomb to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a; arms: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.
-, Sir Henry, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b.

Conduit-head, 14th-century: Finsbury (7), p. 31a.

Conduit House, Westminster (81), p. 147b.

Coney Court (formerly): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), pp. 52b, 55a.

Confessor, Edward the, see Edward the Confessor under Heraldry.

Cony, Sir William, 1672, tablet recording benefaction of: St. Giles' in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43b.

Cooke:
-, Isaac, 1697, floor-slab to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.
-, William, 1589, effigy probably of: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Cooper, Samuel, 1672, miniature-painter, and Christina, his wife, 1693, tablet to: St. Pancras (Old) Church, St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Cope, Sir Walter, arms, p. 77a and b; house built for early in the 17th century: Holland House, Kensington pp. 67a, 75a.

Copt Hall, Essex, glass at one time in: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a.

Corbet, -t:
-, Charles and Thomas, see Bromfield.
-, Sir Richard, 1683, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Correggio, painting attributed to: St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 19a.

Cotton, Sarah, see Smith.

Courtens, William, 1702 (?), tablet to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Covent Garden, Westminster (14), p. 115a; (55), p. 143b.

Cover-patens, see Plate, Church.

Coward, William, arms, 1689 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Cox, -e:
-, Charles, arms, 1711 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, Thomas, inscription concerning: St. Clement Danes, Westminster (10), p. 107b.

Craig's Court, Westminster (35), p. 136a.

Cranmer, Archbishop (1533–56), arms and motto of: p. 85b (Plate 3); buildings perhaps by: p. 79b; Cranmer's Tower, Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 82b (Plate 129).

Cratford, Christopher, 1702, table-tomb to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.

Crawford, Patrick, arms, 1707 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Crawley, Francis, arms, 1632 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Cremer, Thomas, 1705, and Anne, his sister, 1737, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Cressie, Hugh, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Crew, -e:
-, Bishop of Durham, arms (glass): Gray's Inn Chapel, Holborn (6), p. 55a.
-, Sir Randal, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Crisp, -e:
-, Sir Nicholas, Bart., 1665, cenotaph of (with bust of Charles I ascribed to F. Fanelli), floor-slab to (removed from St. Mildred, Bread Street), and bells given by: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b.

Crispina, Augusta, medallion-bust of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.

Crompton, Anne, see Livesay.

Cromwell, Hannah (Hewlings), widow of Henry (grandson of the Protector) and William and Anne, their children, table-tomb to: Bunhill Fields, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.

Crosbie or Crosby:
-, John, 1699, tablet to: St. Mary's. St. Marylebone (1), p. 87a.
-, Sir John, boss carved with helm and crest of: Crosby Hall, Chelsea (10), p. 14a.

Crosby Hall (stonework, etc., from Crosby Place, Bishopsgate incorporated in): Chelsea (10), p. 14a.

Cross, The Bearing of the, glass representing: St. John the Evangelist's, Westminster (16), p. 116a.

Cross St., Holborn (24), p. 63b.

Crosse, Thomas, "J.P. to Her Majesty," early 18th-century monument, with bust of himself and wife: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16b.

Crosses:
-, Consecration: St. Pancras (1), p. 87b.
-, Processional: 15th or 16th-century: Finsbury (2), p. 19b (Plate 36).

Crucifixion, The: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8) (glass), p. 102a (Plate 153); St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11) (alms-dish), p. 112a.

Crypts and Undercrofts:
-, 12th-century: Finsbury (2), p. 18a (Plan, p. 17; Plates 32, 34).
-, 13th-century: Lambeth (2), pp. 79b, 80a (Plate 127). c. 1300: Holborn (4), p. 44b (Plate, p. 45).
-, 14th-century: Westminster (24), p. 123a.
-, 16th-century: Westminster (27), p. 127b (Plate 197).
-, Early 18th-century: Westminster (13), p. 114b.

Cugnac, Elizabeth, wife of Pierre de Caumont, Marquis de, see Caumont.

Cupid, allegorical representations of: Holborn (10) (painting on ceiling), p. 60b (Plate 103); St. James' Palace, Westminster (29) (tapestry), p. 132a.

Cupolas, see Lanterns and Cupolas.

Cups, see Plate, Church.

Cuttinge, William, 1599, tablet with effigy of (on copper-gilt plate): St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a.

Dacre:
-, Crest on funeral-helm, c. 1530: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 9b.
-, Gregory, Lord, 1594, and Anne (Sackville), his wife, 1595, monument with effigies of: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b (Plates 18, 19).

Danish Army, possible site of camp of 870: Fulham (6), p. 36a.

Danvers Street. Street tablet inscribed "This is Danvers Street begun in ye year 1696 by Benjamin Staltwood": Chelsea (9), p. 14a.

Darcie or Darcy:
-, John, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), pp. 49a, 50a.
-, John, 2nd Lord Darcy of Chich, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

D'Aubusson, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

David, figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Davis, Alexander, 1665, and Mary (Dukeson), his wife, 1717, table-tomb to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Dawes, Sir Thomas, 1655, and Judith, his wife, 1657, monument to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.

Dawgs, Capt. Thomas, 1701, and Ann, his third wife, slab to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Dawson, Henry, M.P., Alderman and twice Mayor of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1653, tablet to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

de Bey, see Bey.

" Caumont, see Caumont.

" Cugnac, Marquis, see Caumont de.

" la Mere, see Mere.

" St. Delis, see St. Delis.

Dean Street, Westminster (9), p. 104a; (63), p. 144b.

Decalogue, The, painted on early 18th-century reredos: St. George the Martyr, Holborn (2), p. 43b; inscribed on panels: Bluecoat School, Westminster (38), p. 138b.

Declvys, F. P., 1527, inscription on processional-cross: St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 19b.

Dedications of Ecclesiastical Structures, see Churches.

Deed-box, 17th-century: Westminster (10), p. 109b.

Deman, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Denham, Sir John, house (Burlington House) built by, 1665: Westminster (34), p. 136a.

Denmark Street, Holborn (12), p. 60b.

Derby, Earl of, see Stanley.

Dering, Nicholas, 1688–9, and his daughter, Jane, wife of James Tooth, 1691, tablet to: St. Margaret's Westminster (8), p. 103a.

Des Vanders, arms, see Vanders, des, under Heraldry.

Despenser, Le, arms (glass) (for Lady Mary Le Despenser, wife of St. Thomas Fane): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b.

Dethick, Sir William, arms, 1587 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Devereux Court, Westminster (45–6), p. 142a.

" Dining-Rooms (one time known as the Grecian Coffee House): Westminster (45), p. 142a.

Devil's Conduit, Finsbury (7), p. 31a.

Devonshire House, Battersea (6), p. 7b.

" Street, Holborn (15), p. 61b.

Dewhurst, Robert, church-plate given by: Gray's Inn Chapel, Holborn (6), p. 55a.

Dickens or Dickins:
-, John. Flagon inscribed "This Flagon was bought in ye year of Our Lord, 1685—John Dickens, William Munden, Church-wardens": St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 68a.
-, John, 1694, and Catherine, his widow, 1702, tablet to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Digges or Diggs:
-, Sir Dudley, arms, 1631 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Margaret, see Palmer.
-, Richard, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Dionis, St., Churches dedicated to, see under Churches.

Dishes, see Plate, Church.

Dixie, Rebecca (daughter of Sir Richard Atkins), 1714, table-tomb to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93a.

Dixwell, Henry, arms, 1622, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Dobyns, William, arms, 1696 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Docwra, Prior Thomas (1501–27), arms, see under Heraldry; badge, pp. 18a, 19b; buildings by, pp. 17a, 18a; remains, probably of monument of, p. 19b; Finsbury (2) (4).

Dominic, St., building dedicated to, see under Churches.

Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, tapestry representing scenes from the history of: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134a.

Dongworth, Rachael, widow of Peter Smith, see Smith.

Doors, mediaeval:
-, In churches:
-,-, 13th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 82a.
-,-, 15th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 82a.
-,-, 16th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 27b; Lambeth (1), p. 79a; Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.
-, In houses:
-,-, 15th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 22a.
-,-, 16th-century: Fulham (6), p. 34b; Hammersmith (5), p. 38b; Holborn (5), p. 47a; (7), p. 57b; Westminster (29), p. 128b.

Doorways, doorheads, etc., illustrated:
-, 13th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 80b (Plate 128). c. 1300: Holborn (4), p. 44b (Plate 67).
-, 15th-century: Finsbury (5), pp. 25b, 27a (Plates 39, 57).
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), pp. 11b, 12b (Plates 89, 99); Holborn (6), pp. 55a, 57a (Plates 89, 99); Kensington (2), pp. 70a, 71a (Plates 99, 100); (3), p. 76a (Plates 118, 119); Lambeth (2), p. 85a (Plate 134).
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (17), p. 62a (Plate 99); Westminster (39), p. 139b (Plate 89).

Dorchester, Marquis of: Grace, daughter of Henry Pierrepont, Marquis of Dorchester, see Pierrepont.

Dorchester House, site of: St. Pancras, p. 90b.

Dormer:
-, Fleetwood, arms, 1710 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, Robert, arms, 1701 and 1705 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 49a, 51a.

Dort (Netherlands), glass said to have been given by Magistrates of, to Henry VII: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a (Plate 153).

Doubigin, John, 1712, floor-slab to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Doughtie or Doughty:
-, Thomas, 1706, and Mary his wife, 1705; floor-slab to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.
-, Thomas, 1694, tablet to: St. Pancras (old) Church, St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Douglas or Dowglas:
-, Anne, daughter of the "Right Hon. Anthony de Bey, Lord Barron of Batilly, Major-general to Louis 13th and 14th, Kings of France", and wife of Major-general Sir William Douglas, 1709, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.
-, Gavan, Bishop of Dunkeld, 1522, and Thomas Halsey, Bishop of Leighlin, brass of: Chapel Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118b.
-, Nicola (Moray), wife of Sir Robert, 1612, effigy of: Chapel Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118b.

Dover Street, Westminster (76), p. 146b.

Dowce, Sir Edward, 1644, cup-bearer to Queen Anne (wife of James II), and Queen Henrietta Maria, tablet to: St. Mary's, St. Marylebone (1), p. 86b.

D'Oyley, Laud, eldest son of Robert, 1709, tablet to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Drapers' Company, arms (glass): St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b.

Draycot, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Drew, " " " "

Drury, Elizabeth, see Cecil.

Ducket, -t:
-, Lionel, only son of William, 1693 (he married Martha Ash), tablet to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.
-, Nicholas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Dudley:
-, Catherine, see Hastings.
-, Elizabeth, wife successively of John Dudley and Thomas Sutton, 1602, monument with effigies of man and woman (date on frieze, 1580, probably that of the death of John Dudley): St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a.
-, Frances, see Kniveton.
-, Jane (Guyldeford), wife of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, 1555, monument with brass effigy of: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10a (Plate 15).
-, Marie (Howard), widow of Edward Sutton, Lord Dudley, see Montpesson.

Dudson:
-, Eleanor, 1703, and John, floor-slab to: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a.
-, Susanna, wife of Emmanuel, 1690, floor-slab to: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a.

" Duke of Albemarle," see under Inns.

Dukeson:
-, Mary, see Davis.
-, Richard, D.D., 1678, and Ann (Hickman), his wife. 1670, tablet to: St. Clement Danes', Westminster (10), p. 108b.

Dummer family, floor-slab to, probably of early 18th-century date: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89b.

Dunkeld, Bishop of, see Douglas.

Dunstan, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches.

Durham, Bishop of, see Crew.

Dyer, Mrs., 1666, slab to: St. John's, Hampstead (1), p. 39b.

Dyott Street, Holborn (21), p. 63a.

Earsby:
-, Martha, see Bilingsley.
-, William, 1664, tablet to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b.

Earthworks:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 1.
-, Burial-Mound: St. Pancras (12), p. 90b; Moat: Fulham (6), p. 36a (Plan, p. 34); Mound: Wandsworth (25), p. 99a; Pile-dwelling: Hammersmith (1), p. 37b.

Ecclesiastical Buildings, see Churches and Chapels, also Sectional Preface, p. 2.

Edward the Confessor, arms, see under Heraldry.

" III, arms, see Royal Arms, under Heraldry; land (upon which the Jewel House was built), conveyed to, by the Convent of Westminster, 1377: Westminster (25), p. 124b.

Edward Street, "Edward Street, 1686," inscription on street-tablet: Westminster (70), p. 145b.

Effigies, Monumental:
-, See also Brasses, Monumental and Sectional Preface, p. 4.
-, Civil: see also Busts, below.
-,-, Men: 15th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 88b (Plates 136–7). 16th-century: Chelsea (1), pp. 9b, 10a (Plate 60); Finsbury (1), p. 16a; Wandsworth (1), p. 93a; Westminster (20), pp. 117b (Plates 168, 169), 118a (Plate 171). c. 1600: Westminster (12), p. 112b. 17th-century: Finsbury (5), pp. 27b, 28a (Plates 35, 51); Fulham (1), p. 32b (Plate 61); Wandsworth (3), p. 95a; (5), p. 96a (Plate 11); Westminster (8), p. 102b; (20), p. 117b (Plate 167).
-,-, Women: see also Busts, below. 15th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 88b (Plate 137). 16th-century: Chelsea (1), pp. 9b, 10a and b (Plate 19); Finsbury (1), p. 16b; Westminster (8), p. 102b; (20), 118a (Plate 171); (21), p. 118b. 16th or 17th-century: Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a. 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10a and b (Plates 20, 60); Fulham (1), p. 32a and b (Plate 60); Holborn (1), p. 43a; St. Pancras (1), p. 88a; Wandsworth (3), p. 95a; (5), p. 96a; Westminster (8), p. 102b (Plate 151); 103a (Plates 150–2); (20), p. 118a (Plate 167); (21), p. 118b. 17th or early 18th-century: Wandsworth (1), p. 93a (Plate 144). Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (9), p. 105b.
-,-, Military: 14th-century: Wandsworth (3), p. 95b. 16th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10b (Plate 19); Finsbury (2), p. 19a (Plate 35); Westminster (8), p. 102b, 103a; (20), p. 118a (Plate 171). 16th or 17th-century: Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a. 17th-century: Westminster (8), p. 102b (Plate 151); 103a (Plates 151–2); (20), p. 117b (Plate 167). 17th or early 18th-century: Wandsworth (1), p. 93a (Plate 144).
-, Busts:
-,-, Men: 16th-century: Westminster (8), p. 102b (Plate 151). 17th-century: Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 11); Chelsea (1), p. 10a; Finsbury (5), p. 27b; Hammersmith (2), p. 37b (Plate 11); Lambeth (1), p. 79a; St. Pancras (1), p. 88a; Wandsworth (3), p. 95a; Westminster (8), p. 102b (Plate 151); (12), p. 112b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Finsbury (1), p. 16b; Westminster (8), p. 102b.
-,-, Women: 17th-century: Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 11); Westminster (8), p. 103a (Plate 151); (9), p. 105b; (12) p. 112b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Finsbury (1), p. 16b.

Egerton:
-, John, 1st Earl of Bridgewater, arms, 1623 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, Sir Thomas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a; (originally in Rolls Chapel of St. Thomas), Public Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b.

Egioke, Sir Francis, 1622, monument with effigy of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b (Plate 151).

Elders, Mary, see Smith.

Eldred, John, 1685, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Elizabeth, Queen, figure of (glass): St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 9).

Elkin, Alice (Wilkes), widow of William, see Owen.

Ellys, Sir William, arms, 1672 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Elm Lodge, Elm Grove, Hampstead (9), p. 41a.

Ely, part of former town house of Bishops of: Ely Place, Holborn (4), p. 44a.

" See of, arms, see under Heraldry.

Emmett, Thomas, 1694, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Engham, Vincent (principal of Staple Inn), rebuilding done by, 1586: Holborn (7), p. 57b.

England, arms, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Englefield House, Highgate, St. Pancras (5), p. 90a (Plate 6).

English, Edmund, and Margaret (Tirell), his wife, widow of Robert Peter, early 17th-century tablet with effigies of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Envy, allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Ernle, Sir John, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Esaias, figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Essex Street, Westminster (44), p. 141b.

" " Little, Westminster (47), p. 142a.

Etheldreda, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches.

Eugene, Prince, Painting of battle-scene (Blenheim), with figure probably intended for: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134a.

Eure, Ralph, 3rd Lord, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Europe, map of N.W. Europe by Robert Norden dated 1694: Kensington (2), p. 71a; late 17th or early 18th-century painted map of Western Europe (overmantel): Admiralty, Whitehall, Westminster (86), p. 148b.

Evangelists, Figures of: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 26a; Symbols of: St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2) (processional cross), p. 19b.

Evans, Thomas, 1612, monument and bust of: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112a.

Eve, see Adam and Eve.

Exeter, Duke of, see Holland.

" Earl of, see Cecil.

Eyre:
-, Sir Giles, arms, 1694 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.
-, (Sir) Robert, arms, 1709, 1710 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 49a, 50a, 51a.
-, Sir Samuel, arms, 1687 and 1694 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 49a, 51a.

Ezekiel, figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a (Plate 232).

Faith, see Virtues, The.

Faldo, Margaret, widow of John Berkehead, see Knight.

Fane:
-, Francis, 1st Earl of Westmorland, arms, 1626 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b.
-, Sir Thomas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b.
-, Thomas, arms, 1554 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Fanelli, F., bust of Charles I, on tomb of Sir Nicholas Crisp, ascribed to: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b.

Farley, —, incised name: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 84a.

Farrell, Diana, daughter of Charles, 1686, tablet with bust of, also floor-slab to: St. Anne's, Soho, Westminster (9), p. 106a.

Fenowillet, Pierre, church-plate given by, "MDCIIIC," now at Wesleyan Kingsway Hall: Holborn (3), p. 44a.

Fenton House, formerly known as the Clock House: Hampstead (6), p. 40a (Plates 6, 65–6).

Feversham, Lewis, Earl of, church-plate given by: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a.

Ffenn, Mary, wife of John, 1648, tablet to: St. Paul's, Covent Garden, Westminster (14), p. 115a.

Field Court, Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 56b (Plate 89).

Finch:
-, Sir Heneage, afterwards first Earl of Nottingham, Kensington House rebuilt by, c. 1661 (purchased in 1689 by William III): Kensington (2), p. 68a.
-, Sir John, Keeper of the Great Seal, arms, 1634 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Fineux, Sir John, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Finsbury, Borough of, pp. 15b–31b.

Fire-backs, see Ironwork under Metal-work.

Fireplaces, Chimneypieces, Overmantels and Mantelpieces, with Ornamental Features:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 4.
-, 15th-century: Lambeth (2), pp. 83b, 86a.
-, 16th-century: Finsbury (5), pp. 26a and b, 27b; Islington (2), p. 66a (Plates 102); Westminster (29), p. 132a.
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12b (Plate 29); (11), p. 14b; Finsbury (4), p. 20b (Plate 33); (5), pp. 22b, 24a and b, 25a, 26a (Plates 40, 45, 47); (7), p. 30b (Plate 58); Fulham (6), p. 35b; Hammersmith (5), p. 38b; Hampstead (6), p. 40b; Holborn (5), p. 48a; (6), pp. 55b, 56a and b, 57a; (9), p. 60a; (10), p. 60b; Islington (2), p. 67a; Kensington (2), p. 71a (Plates 111, 112) and b; (3), pp. 76a (Plate 120) and b, 77a and b; Lambeth (2), pp. 83b, 84a and b, 86a; Wandsworth (15), p. 98b; (20), p. 99a.
-, 17th or early 18th-century: Chelsea (6), p. 13b; Finsbury (5), p. 22b; Hampstead (9), p. 41a; Westminster (22), p. 119a; (48), p. 142b; (85), p. 148a.
-, c. 1700: Battersea (2), p. 6b.
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Finsbury (5), pp. 22b, 26b; Fulham (7), p. 36a; (8), (9), p. 36b; Hammersmith (10), (11), p. 39a; Holborn (8), p. 60a; (18), p. 62b; Islington (2), p. 67a; Lambeth (2), p. 84a; Stoke Newington (5), p. 93a; Wandsworth (7), p. 97b; Westminster (35), p. 136b; (37), p. 137b; (39), p. 141a; (78), p. 146b; (80), p. 147a.

Fisher, Mary (Caley), 1714, wife successively to Sir Samuel Marow, Bart., and Francis Fisher, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.

Fitzgerald, Richard, 1702, tablet to: St. Pancras (old) church, St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Fitzherbert, William, arms, 1674 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn, (6), p. 54b.

Fitzjames, Richard, Bishop of London (1506–22), quadrangle at Fulham Palace built by: Fulham (6), p. 34a; arms, see under Heraldry.

Fitzralph, or Brisset, Jordain, and Muriel his wife, founders of the Priory of St. John, Clerkenwell, as the English headquarters of St. John of Jerusalem, temp. King Stephen: Finsbury (2), pp. 16b, 17a.

Fitswilliam, Elizabeth, 1582, and her husband William, 1597, tablet with brasses of: St. Nicholas', Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth (4), p. 95b.

Flagons, see Plate, Church.

Fleet, Sir John, 1712, Lord Mayor of London, tablet to: St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 10).

Fleetwood:
-, Lieut.-Gen. Charles, 1692, table-tomb to: Bunhill Fields, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.
-, Sir Gerrard Dutton, 1699, and Mary (Holt) his wife, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.

Fletcher:
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.
-, Elizabeth (Hodson), 1698, wife of Colonel Benjamin, "late Captain-general and Governour-in-cheife of His Majesties' Province of New Yorke," tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.

Flitcroft, Henry, Church of St. Giles in the Fields built from designs of, 1731–33: Holborn (1), p. 43a.

Floor-clock, see Clocks.

Floor-slabs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Florence, The Baptistry at, altar-frontal of, c. 1530, said to have come from: St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 19a.

Flowerdew, Thomas, 1637, and William, 1641, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a.

Flynt–e:
-, Robert, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Thomas, 1669, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Folwell, Mary, 1711, head-stone to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.

Font-covers:
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9b; Westminster (10), p. 108a; (11) p. 112a.
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): St. Pancras (1), p. 87b.

Fonts:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 4.
-, 15th-century: Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.
-, 16th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 88b.
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9b (Plate 15); Fulham (1), p. 32a (Plate 2); Fulham (3), p. 33b (Plate 2); Hammersmith (2), p. 37b; Westminster (8), p. 102a; (9), p. 105b; (10), p. 108a; (11), p. 111a (Plate 2); (12), p. 112a.
-, 17th or early 18th-century: Westminster (8), p. 102a.
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (10), p. 108a; (13), p. 114b (Plate 2).

Forcett or Forset:
-, Edward, burial-vault of: St. Marylebone (1), p. 87a.
-, Francis, see Howland.

Ford, -e:
-, Edward, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, James, 1698, slab to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Forset, see Forcett, above.

Forster, arms, on fireplace: Finsbury (4), p. 20b.

Fortescue, Sir John, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Foster, arms, on fireplace, Finsbury (4), p. 20b.

Foubert's Place, Westminster (86), p. 148b.

Fowler:
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.
-, Margaret, see Savill.
-, Robert, and Alice his wife, 1540, brass of: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 63b.

France, arms, see under Heraldry, including Royal Arms, (France and England).

Franklin, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas, 1698, floorslab to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.

French, Elizabeth, 1714, head-stone to: Bunhill Fields, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.

French Protestant Huguenot Church: Soho Square, Westminster (23), p. 121a.

" " Refugees, chapel built for, 1700: Holborn (3), p. 43b.

Friars, Black, see under Religious Houses.

Friend, Elizabeth, see Guilford.

Frith Street, Westminster (67–8), p. 145.

Frogmore Road, Wandsworth (21), p. 99a.

Frognal, Hampstead, p. 40a.

Frohock, Henry, A.M., 1692, tablet to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Fulham, Borough of, pp. 31–37.

" Palace, Fulham (6), p. 34a (Plan, p. 34; Plates 4, 63–4).

Fulham Palace Road, Fulham (4), p. 33b.

Fuller, Lucy, see Gaunt.

Funeral Achievements, see under Armour.

Furniture:
-, In Churches and Chapels:
-,-, Cabinet: early 18th-century (before 1715): Chelsea (1), p. 11a (used as prayer-desk).
-,-, Chairs: 17th-century: Hammersmith (2), p. 37b; St. Pancras (2), p. 88a (Plate 68); Westminster (13), p. 114b. 17th or early 18th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 11b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (9), p. 105b.
-,-, Chests: 16th-century: Holborn (1), p. 43a (foreign); Westminster (10), p. 108a. 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9b; Westminster (11), p. 111a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (13), p. 114b.
-,-, Tables: Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (1), p. 43a.

Fysche, John, incised name: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 84a.

Gale, Robert, 1659, tablet to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.

Galleries:
-, In Churches:
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12a; Lambeth (2), p. 82a; Westminster (9), p. 105b; (10), p. 108a; (11), p. 111a and b (organ gallery); (22), p. 119b (Plate 201).
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (3), p. 44a; Westminster (18), p. 116b.
-,-, Incorporating 17th or early 18th-century material: St. Pancras (1), p. 87b; (2), p. 88b (organ-gallery).
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Holborn (7), p. 59a (Plate 95).
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12a; Finsbury (5), p. 25a (Plate 43); Holborn (5), p. 50b.
-,-, 18th-century: Holborn (16), p. 61b; Westminster (38), p. 138b.

Garden-houses, 16th-century: Islington (2), p. 67a.

Garnier:
-, Daniel, 1699, slab to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.
-, Isaac, 1711, table-tomb to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Gascoigne, Sir William, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Gatehouse (part of No. 8, Gray's Inn Place): Holborn (6), p. 57a.

Gatehouses and Gateways:
-, 15th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 22a; Lambeth (2), p. 85b (Plate 63).
-, 16th-century: Finsbury (4), p. 19b (Plan p. 20, Plate 16); (5), p. 22b; Holborn (5), p. 47a (Plates 69, 70); (6), pp. 52b, 57a; (7), p. 57b (Plate 96); Westminster (29), p. 128b (Plate 200).
-, 17th-century: Holborn (6), pp. 53a, 55a; Kensington (2), p. 70a (Plate 106); Westminster (36), p. 136b (Plate 229); (44), p. 141b.

Gatepiers, illustrated:
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 13a (Plate 30); Holborn (9) p. 60a (Plate 98); Kensington (3), p. 77b (Plate 125).

Gates, iron, see Iron-work, under Metal-work.

Gaudy, Francis, see Troutbeck.

Gaunt, Lucy (Fuller), 1710, wife of Edward, also Edward, 1716, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.

Geffrye's Garden, Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, niche of c. 1700 from Bradmore House, re-erected at: Hammersmith (4), p. 38b.

George, see under Inns.

" I, Royal Arms: Westminster (13), p. 114b; (29), p. 131b.

" St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches; figure of (glass): St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a.

" Street, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Gerrard:
-, Sir Gilbert, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Margaret, see Legh.
-, Rebecca, see Lynne.

Gerrard Street, Westminster (62), p. 144a.

Gervoise, Richard, 1563, remains of monument to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10a.

Gery, Robert, 1707, vicar of the parish, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 64a.

Gethsemane, Christ in (glass): St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b.

Gibbons, Grinling, bronze statue of Charles II said to be by: Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 12b; overmantel by: Kensington Palace, Kensington (2), p. 71a; carvings by (font, organ and reredos): St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 110a; pedestal of statue of Charles I said to have been designed by: Westminster (83), p. 147b; figure of James II designed by: St. James' Park, Westminster (84), p. 148a.

Gibbs, James, Spire of St. Clement Danes, designed by, 1719: Westminster (10), p. 106a; St. Martin's in the Fields rebuilt from designs of, 1721–26: Westminster (12), p. 112a; St. Mary le Strand built from designs of, 1714–7: Westminster (13), p. 113a.

Giles, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches.

Giraudeau, Moses, gent., 1712, born at Fontenay, floorslab to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Glanvill, William, 1647, brass to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93a.

Glass:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 4.
-, In Churches and Chapels:
-,-, English: (excluding Heraldic Glass, for which see below). 14th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9b; Westminster (19), p. 117a (fragments). 15th-century: Fulham (1), p. 32a (Plate 3); Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b; Westminster (19), p. 117a (fragments). 16th-century: Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b; Westminster (19), p. 117a (fragments). 17th-century: Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 9); Holborn (5), p. 49a and b (Plates 231–235); Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b; Westminster (19), p. 117a (fragments). c. 1700: Lambeth (1), p. 79a.
-,-, Foreign: 16th-century: Westminster (8), p. 102a (Plate 153); (15), p. 115b (Plates 163–6); (16), p. 115b. 17th-century: Fulham (1), p. 32a.
-, In Houses: (excluding Heraldic Glass, for which, see below).
-,-, English: 16th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 85b. 16th or 17th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 85b. 17th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 84b (Plate 3).
-,-, Foreign: 16th-century: Kensington (3), p. 77b.
-,-, Heraldic Glass: English: 15th-century: Finsbury (2), p. 19a (Plate 3); Islington (1), p. 64a. 16th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 24b; Fulham (1), p. 32a; (6), p. 35b; Holborn (6), p. 54a and b; (7), p. 59a; Kensington (3), p. 77b; Lambeth (2), p. 85b (Plate 3); Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b. 17th-century: Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 9); Finsbury (5), pp. 22b, 24b; Fulham (1), p. 32a; (6), p. 35b; Holborn (5), p. 48b–51a (Plates 76, 231–235); (6), pp. 54a (Plate 3) and b, 55a; (7), p. 59a (Frontispiece); Islington (1), p. 64a; Lambeth (2), p. 85b; Westminster (20), p. 117b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Fulham (6), p. 35b; Holborn (5), pp. 48b–51a; (6) p. 54b. Foreign: 17th-century: Fulham (1), p. 32a.

Glasshouse Yard, Liberty of, Borough of Finsbury, p. 15b.

Gloucester, Deanery of, arms: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.

" Street, Old, Holborn (14), p. 61a.

Glover, Mary, see Beresford.

Gobelin Tapestry: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134a.

Goddard, arms (glass): All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a.

Gods on Olympus, see Olympians, The

Golden Square, Westminster (72), p. 146a.

Gooding, Thomas, arms, 1692 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Goodwin:
-, Cecilia, see Lee.
-, Rev. Thomas, D.D., 1679, table-tomb to: Bunhill Fields, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.

Gorges:
-, Sir Arthur, 1625, brass of: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 9a.
-, Arthur, 1668, and Mary (Banning), his wife, remains of former altar-tomb to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10a.

Goring, Lord, residence built for, in the reign of James I: Westminster (31), p. 134b.

Gosnold, John, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Gough House (now Victoria Hospital for Children): Chelsea (4), p. 13a.

Government, allegorical representation of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Graffiti, Lambeth (2), pp. 83a, 86a.

Grafton, "Jhon Grafton" name scratched on window of room called "The Prison": Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 86a.

Grandison, Sir Oliver St. John, Viscount Grandison, see St. John.

Grates and Grilles, see Iron-work under Metal-work.

Gray:
-, See also Grey below.
-, Mark, 1710, floor-slab to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.
-, Susanna, daughter of Henry, 1654, tablet with brass inscription to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a.

Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 52a (Plans, pp. 52, 53; Plates, list of, p. vii); Arms, p. 55a.

" " Place, Holborn (6), pp. 53a, 57a (Plate 99).

" " Road, Holborn (6), p. 52a.

" " Square, Holborn (6), p. 55a (Plate 99), 57b.

Great Church Lane, Hammersmith, p. 39b.

" Marlborough Street, Westminster (73–4), p. 146a; (86), p. 148b.

" Newport Street, Westminster (60), p. 144a.

" Ormond Street, Holborn (17), p. 61b (No. 41, Plate 99; Nos. 40–44, Plates 66, 109).

" Peter Street, Westminster (86), p. 148b.

" Queen Street, Holborn (8), p. 59b.

" Russell Street, Holborn (10), (11), p. 60 (Plate 103).

Grecian Coffee House (former): Westminster (45), p. 142a.

Greek Church, St. Mary the Virgin, Charing Cross Road, built on site of former: Westminster (19), p. 117a; Greek inscription, 1677 (Plate 170).

" Street, Westminster (64), p. 144b.

Green, -e:
-, Arms: Finsbury (7), p. 30b.
-, John, arms, 1692 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, Mary (Trussell), wife of John, 1657, remains of monument to: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b.
-, Thomas, 1715, and Elizabeth, his wife, 1698, head-stone to: St. Pancras (Old) Church, St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Gregorie or Gregory:
-, John, 1675, floor-slab to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.
-, Sir William, arms, 1679 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Gregory, St., figure of (glass): Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b.

Gresham, Edmund, 1593, tablet to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b.

Grey:
-, See also Gray above.
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.
-, Arthur, Lord Grey of Wilton, K.G., arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Henry, 6th Earl of Kent, arms: Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Greycoat Hospital, Greycoat Place, Westminster (37), p. 137a.

Greyhound Lane, Streatham, Wandsworth (17), p. 98b.

" Road, Fulham (2), p. 33b.

Grice, C., arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Griffin, Edwin, 1698, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Grilles, see Iron-work under Metal-work.

Grimston, Sir Harbottle, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a; (formerly in Rolls Chapel of St. Thomas) Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b.

Grindall, Archbishop, arms: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b; Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b.

Grosvenor Road, Westminster (80), p. 147a (Plate 6).

Grove House, Old, The Grove, Hampstead (7), p. 40b.

" The, Highgate, St. Pancras (8–11), p. 90b.

Guidott, William, arms, 1682 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Guildhall Museum, Prehistoric remains now in: Hammersmith (1), p. 37b.

Guilford or Guyldeford:
-, Jane, see Dudley.
-, Richford, 1680, and Abigail (Wood) and Elizabeth (Friend), his wives, tablet to, erected 1709: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.

Gulston, John, church-plate given by: Gray's Inn Chapel, Holborn (6), p. 55a.

Guynn, Edward, 1644, tablet to: St. Mary's, St. Marylebone (1), p. 87a.

Hackwell, William, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Hadd, Edward, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Haddon, Walter, arms, 1559 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Haines, John, 1691, and Mary, his widow, 1719, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.

Hale, Sir Matthew, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Hales, Charles, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Halifax, Marquis of, arms, 1685 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Hall, The Old, St. Pancras (6), p. 90a.

Halsey, Thomas, Bishop of Leighlin, and Gavan Dowglas, Bishop of Dunkeld, 1522, brass of: Chapel Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118b.

Halstead House, Stoke Newington (4), p. 92b.

Hamey, Baldwin, M.D., 1676, tablet and floor-slab to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10a and b.

Hammers, box-wood, 16th-century, Westminster (10), p. 108b.

Hammersmith, Borough of, pp. 37–9.

" Road, Hammersmith, p. 39b.

Hampstead, Borough and Parish of, pp. 39–43.

" Square, Hampstead, p. 41a.

Hanbury, Thomas, A.M., 1685, cartouche to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Hand Court, Holborn (22), p. 63a.

Hanover, House of, residence of the Princes of: Kensington Palace, Kensington, p. 67a.

Happiness, allegorical representation of (ceiling): Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Harding, Thomas, 1700, table-tomb to: St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6b.

Hardres, Thomas, arms, 1669 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Hardwick, Thomas, St. Paul's, Covent Garden, rebuilt by: Westminster (14), p. 115a.

Hardy, Nathaniel, S.T.D., 1670, monument to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Harley, Rt. Hon. Robert, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Harmony, allegorical representation of (ceiling): Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Harrington House, Craig's Court, Westminster (35), p. 136a.

Harris, Renatus, organs by: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (c. 1701), p. 79a; St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11) (1678), p. 112a.

Harrow Road, Paddington, p. 86b.

Harrys:
-, Sir Thomas (of Tong), Bart., arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, Thomas, clock said to have been the work of: St. Marylebone (2), p. 87a.

Hart, Katherine (Powell), 1605, wife of John, tablet with effigy of: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a (Plate 62).

Hartstonge, Isabella, wife of John Hartstonge, Bishop of Ossory, 1713, floor-slab to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Harvy, John, Inscription on fire-back, "Made in Sussex by John Harvy": St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 132b.

Hascard, "Dr. Gregory Hascard, Rector, Thomas Cox and William Thompson churchwardens Ao. Dom. MDCLXXXI", inscribed tablet: St. Clement Danes', Westminster (10), p. 107b.

Hastings:
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry: Badge, Westminster (24), p. 124b.
-, Catherine (Dudley), wife of Henry Hastings, Earl of Huntington, 1620, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10a.
-, George, Earl of Huntingdon, 1704, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111a.
-, Henry, 5th Earl of Huntington, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Hatton Garden, Holborn (23–5), p. 63.

Haughton, Hugh, 1616, and Elizabeth his daughter, 1615, monuments with effigies of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a (Plate 151).

Hawford, John, 1712, Elizabeth (Banbrigge) his wife, 1714, also John, 1713, and William, 1715, their sons: St. Giles' in the Field, Holborn (1), p. 43a.

Hawles, (Sir) John, arms (glass), and inscription concerning etc.: Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 47a and b, 49a.

Hay, James, Earl of Carlisle, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Hayward, Susanna, see Powel.

Head-stones, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Heath Street, Hampstead, pp. 40a, 41b.

Hebert, Matthew, 1703, table-tomb to: Huguenot Burial Ground, Wandsworth (6), p. 96b.

Hebdon, Sir John, 1670, tablet and slab to: St. Nicholas', Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth (4), pp. 95b, 96a.

Henchman, Humphry, Bishop of London, arms (glass), also floor-slab to, 1675: All Saints', Fulham (1), pp. 32a, 33a (Plate 62).

Henry VII, figure of (glass): St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 9); glass said to have been given to (by the magistrates of Dort, Netherlands): St. Margaret's, Westminster (8); p. 102a; Hospital of St. John the Baptist, Savoy, founded by: Westminster (21), p. 118a.

" VIII, arms, see Royal Arms under Heraldry: glass given by, to Waltham Abbey: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a; remains of building possibly by: Westminster (28), p. 128a; St. James' Palace built by: Westminster (29), p. 128a.

" Prince of Wales, arms, 1611 (glass) (originally in Rolls Chapel of St. Thomas): Record Office Museum Westminster (20), p. 117b.

Henshaw, Thomas, 1700, gentleman-in-ordinary of the Privy Chamber to Charles II and James II, etc. and Anne (Kipping) his wife, 1671, tablet to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Heraclius, Patriarch of Jerusalem, building consecrated by, 1185: Finsbury (2), p. 17a.

Heraldry:
-, Arms, Shields-of- (before 1550):
-,-, Blazoned and Identified: (Note—for the blazons of these arms see p. 149).
-,-, Boleyn, Anne: Chapel Royal, St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 131a.
-,-, Bonner: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6) (glass), p. 35b.
-,-, Botyll: St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2) (glass), p. 19a (Plate 3); St. Mary's, Islington (1) (glass), p. 64a.
-,-, Brooke: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2) (brass), p. 94a.
-,-, Brotherton: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (Howard brass), p. 78b.
-,-, Broughton: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (Howard brass), p. 78b.
-,-, Carleon: All Saints', Fulham (1), (glass), p. 32a.
-,-, Cecil: All Saints', Fulham (1) (glass), p. 32a.
-,-, Clere: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (brass), p. 78b.
-,-, Cleves, Anne of: Chapel Royal, St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 131a.
-,-, Colte: All Saints', Chelsea (1) (More Monument), p. 10a.
-,-, D'Aubusson: St. John's Gate, Finsbury (4), p. 20b.
-,-, Deman: All Saints' Fulham (1) (Hornebolt brass), p. 31b.
-,-, Des Vanders, see Vanders, des below.
-,-, Docwra: St. John's Gate, Finsbury (4), pp. 20b, 21a.
-,-, Draycot: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6) (glass), p. 35b.
-,-, Drew: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (Mompesson tomb), p. 79a.
-,-, Edward the Confessor: Gray's Inn, Holborn (6) (glass), p. 54a; Westminster Hall, Westminster (24), pp. 121b, 124a.
-,-, Ely, See of: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), pp. 93b, 94b.
-,-, Fitzjames: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6) (glass, etc.), pp. 35b, 36a.
-,-, Fletcher: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6) (glass), p. 35b.
-,-, Fowler: St. Mary's, Islington (1) (Fowler and Savill brasses), pp. 63b, 64a.
-,-, France: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a; see also France and England under Royal Arms below.
-,-, Grey: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2) (brass), p. 94a.
-,-, Hastings: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2) (brass), p. 94a.
-,-, Holand: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 88b.
-,-, Hornebolt: All Saints', Fulham (1) (brass), p. 31b.
-,-, Howard: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (brass), p. 78b. " , Katherine: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.
-,-, John of Jerusalem, Order of St.: St. John's Gate, Finsbury (4), pp. 20b, 21a.
-,-, Kemp: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6) (glass), p. 35b.
-,-, Lacy: Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 47a, 51b.
-,-, London, See of: Fulham (1), p. 32a; (6), pp. 35a and b, 36a; Lambeth (2), p. 85b.
-,-, Lovell: Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 47a.
-,-, Manny: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28b.
-,-, Mompesson: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.
-,-, Montagu: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2) (tomb of Holand, Earl of Exeter), p. 88b.
-,-, Monthermer: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), (tomb of Holand, Earl of Exeter), p. 88b.
-,-, More, Sir Thomas: All Saints', Chelsea (1), pp. 8a, 9b.
-,-, Mowbray: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (Howard brass), p. 78b.
-,-, Muswell: Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 47a.
-,-, Parker: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2) (brass), p. 94a.
-,-, Pever: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (Howard brass), p. 78b.
-,-, Peyntwyn: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.
-,-, Savage: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6) (glass), p. 35b.
-,-, Savill: St. Mary's, Islington (1) (brass), p. 64a.
-,-, Stafford: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2) (tomb of Holand, Earl of Exeter), p. 88b; Westminster (76), p. 146b.
-,-, Tunstall: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6) (glass), p. 35b.
-,-, Uvedale: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (Clere brass), p. 78b.
-,-, Valence: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2) (brass), p. 94a.
-,-, Vanders, des: All Saints', Fulham (1) (Hornebolt brass), p. 31b.
-,-, Warenne: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (Howard brass), p. 78b.
-,-, West: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), pp. 93b, 94b.
-,-, Whorwood: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2) (brass), p. 94a.
-,-, Wolsey: Westminster (24), p. 124a; (27), p. 127b.
-,-, Wyatt: St. Mary's, Islington (1) (Savill brass), p. 64a.
-,-, Yong: Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b.
-,-, York, See of: Westminster (27), p. 127b.
-, Royal Arms:
-,-, England c. 1198–1340 (gules three leopards or):
-,-, Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 48b; St. Stephen's Cloister, Westminster (24), p. 124a.
-,-, England and France, 1340–c. 1405 (azure powdered with fleurs-de-lis for France Ancient and England quarterly):
-,-, Edward III: Westminster (24), p. 124a and b.
-,-, Richard II: Westminster Hall, Westminster (24), pp. 121b, 123a.
-,-, England and France, c. 1405–1603 (azure three fleurs-de-lis or for France Modern and England quarterly);
-,-, Sovereign not identified: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6) (glass), p. 35b; St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2) (tomb of Holand, Earl of Exeter), p. 89a.
-,-, Tudor: Fulham Church, Fulham (1), p. 32a; Fulham Palace, Fulham (6) (glass), p. 35b; Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 47a; Staple Inn, Holborn (7) (glass), p. 59a; Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b; St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1) (glass), p. 91b.
-,-, Henry VIII: Fulham (6), p. 35b; St. Stephen's Cloister, Westminster (24), p. 124a; Chapel Royal, Westminster (29), pp. 131a, 132a.
-,-, England, Scotland, France and Ireland, 1603–May 1st, 1707 (quarterly: 1 and 4 France Modern quartering England; 2, or a lion within a double tressure flowered and counter-flowered gules for Scotland; 3, azure a harp or stringed argent for Ireland:
-,-, Stuart: Sovereign not identified: St. Mary's, Battersea (1) (glass), p. 6a; Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), pp. 25a, 26a, 28a; St. Etheldreda's, Holborn (4), p. 44b (Plate 68); Staple Inn, Holborn (7) (glass), p. 59a; St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 104a; St. Clement Danes, Westminster (10) (ceiling), p. 107b; French Protestant Huguenot Church, Soho Square, Westminster (23), p. 121a; Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a; Chapel Royal, Westminster (29), p. 131b; Trafalgar Square, Westminster (83) (Charles I's Statue), p. 148a. Charles II: Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 12a; Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a; Marlborough Chapel, Westminster (22), p. 118b; Admiralty, Westminster (86), p. 148b. James II: Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 12a and b. William III: (Stuart Royal Arms with a scutcheon of Nassau) Finsbury (7), p. 30b (Plate 58); Kensington (2), p. 70b; Westminster (29), pp. 131b, 132a and b. William III and Mary II: Chelsea (2), p. 12b; Holborn (5) (glass), p. 49b; Westminster (29), p. 131a and b. Great Britain, France and Ireland, May 1st, 1707–1714 (quarterly: 1 and 4, England impaling Scotland; 2, France Modern; 3, Ireland). Anne: Greycoat Hospital, Westminster (37), p. 137a; Admiralty, Westminster (85), p. 148b. Heraldic Glass, see under Glass.

Herbert:
-, Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, K.G., arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.
-, William Herbert, K.G., 3rd Earl of Pembroke, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a (Plate 76).

Hercules, allegorical representations of: Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a; Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134b; Norfolk House, Westminster (33), p. 135b.

Herring, Thomas, pulpit partly made by: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28a.

Hesketh, Sir Thomas, Attorney-General, arms: Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Heucourt, Marquis de, see St. Delis.

Hevenden, Anthony, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Hewlings, Hannah, see Cromwell.

Hickes, Robert, 1669, floor-slab to; All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Hickman, Ann, see Dukeson.

Hickox, John, 1706, floor-slab to: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a.

High Street, Fulham, p. 36b.

" " Hampstead, p. 41b.

" " Highgate, St. Pancras, p. 90a.

" " Lambeth (3) (4), p. 86b.

" " Putney, Wandsworth, p. 98a.

" " Streatham, Wandsworth, p. 98b.

" " Wandsworth, pp. 96a, 99a.

Highgate, see Borough of St. Pancras, p. 90a.

", Chapel, monument formerly in: St. Pancras (Old) Church, St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Hill or Hyll:
-, Emery, 1677, monument to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.
-, Thomas. "This fount was erected at the charge of Tho Hyll churchwarden 1622," inscription on font: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a.
-, Thomas, 1713, and Hester, his wife, 1699, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b (Plate 15).

Hilsby, Mark, 1693, tablet to: Lincoln's Inn Chapel: Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Hinges and other fittings, refer to Chests and Doors.

History, allegorical figure of (painting): Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134b.

Hobart, Sir Henry, Bart., arms, 1613 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Hobbes:
-, Susannah (daughter of Sir Richard Amcotts), 1st wife of Thomas Hobbes, 1623, and Amye and Hannah, her infant children; also Margarite (daughter of Sir George Younge), wife successively of . . . Chiborne and Thomas Hobbes, 1628, and her children, Catherine (Chiborne) and Samuel (Hobbes), monument to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.
-, Thomas, monument with bust of, c. 1630–40: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.

Hodges, Dr. Thomas, 1672, and Margaret, his wife, 1696, floor-slab to: St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Hodson, Elizabeth, see Fletcher.

Holbein, ceiling said to have been painted by: Westminster (29), p. 131a.

Holborn Bars, Holborn (7), p. 57b.

" Borough of, pp. 43–63.

" Court (formerly): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 52b.

Holder, Elizabeth, see Partridge.

Holferd, Richard, 1658, tablet recording benefaction of: St. Giles' in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43b.

Holford, Sir Richard, arms, 1695 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Holland or Holand:
-, Colin Campbell, 3rd son of John, 1st Earl of Bread Albany (Breadalbane) and Holland, see Campbell.
-, Earls of Warwick and Holland, see Rich.
-, John, K.G., Duke of Exeter, etc., 1447, and Anne (Stafford) and Anne (Montagu), his first and third wives, monument with effigies of: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 88b (Plates 136, 137).

Holland House, Fulham (7), p. 36a.

" " Kensington (3), p. 75a (Plan, p. 74; Plates, list of, p. viii).

" Street, Kensington (5), p. 78a.

Holt:
-, Sir John, arms, 1686 and c. 1700 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Mary, see Fleetwood.
-, Thomas, arms, 1677 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Thomas, A.M., 1710, rector of the parish, floor-slab to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95b.

Holy Trinity, buildings dedicated to, see under Churches.

Honour, allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Hooke, John, arms, 1700 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Hope, see Virtues, The.

Hopkins, Frances, wife of William, 1702, and her son, Gamaliel, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Hornebolt:
-, Arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Margaret (Saunders), wife of Gerard, c. 1529, brass of: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 31b.

Hornsey, part of parish of, see Borough of Stoke Newington, p. 91a.

Hospitals, see under Religious Houses.

Houghton, Prior John (1531–1535), initials said to be of: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 29a.

Houses of Parliament, Westminster (24) p. 121a.

Howard:
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry; arms, after 1550: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 25b.
-, Charles, 1st Earl of Nottingham, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.
-, Lord Henry, arms, 1671 (painted canvas): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.
-, Katherine, arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Katherine (Broughton) first wife of Lord William, 7th son of Thomas, 2nd Duke of Norfolk, 1535, brass of: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 78b.
-, Marie, see Montpesson.
-, Thomas, fourth Duke of Norfolk, mansion (now part of the Charterhouse) acquired by, 1565: Finsbury (5), p. 21b.
-, Thomas, 1st Earl of Suffolk, Howard House (now part of the Charterhouse) sold by, to Thomas Sutton, for £13,000, in 1611: Finsbury (5), p. 22a.

Howard House (now part of the Charterhouse): Finsbury (5), p. 21b.

" Street, Strand, Roman remains found in: Westminster (4), p. 100a.

Howland:
-, Alice, daughter of Sir Giles, 1609, floor-slab to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95b.
-, Frances (Forcett) wife of Matthew, 1668, and their daughter Elizabeth, wife successively of Thomas Roberts and Humphrey Scott, 1658, tablet to: St. Mary's, St. Marylebone (1), p. 87a.
-, John, 1686, and Jeffery, his father, monument to: St. Leonard's, Putney, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.
-, Sir Matthew, mid 17th-century tablet to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.
-, Walter Howland alias Roberts, 1692, and John his son, 1674, tablet to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.

Howley, Archbishop, building, etc., by, c. 1829–33: Lambeth (2), p. 79b.

Hubbard, John, 1665, aged 111, Elizabeth his wife, 1666, Richard their son, and Ann, wife of Richard, 169–, slab to: St. Mary's, Paddington (1), p. 86b.

Hudd, Edward, head-stone to, probably early 18th-century: St. Mary's, St. Marylebone (1), p. 87a.

Hudnett, John, portrait inscribed "John Hudnett, Beadle and Sexton of the Parish of Fulham, Middlesex, 1690": All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Huguenot Burial Ground, Wandsworth (6), p. 96b.

" French Protestant Church, Soho Square, Westminster (23), p. 121a.

Hungerford or Hungerfoord:
-, Badge: Westminster (24), p. 124b.
-, John, 1713, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel: Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, Mary, wife successively of William Platt and Edward Tucker, see Platt.
-, Thomas, 1581, and Ursula (Sands) his wife, monument with effigies of: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 9b.

Hunt, Thomas, 1629, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Huntingdon or Huntington, Earls, etc., of, see Hastings.

Hurlingham Road, Fulham, p. 36b.

Huse, William, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Hutcheson, Mary (Smith) wife of Archibald, 1698, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.

Hutchins, Sir George, arms, c. 1700 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Hutton, Sir Richard, arms, 1618 (glass): Staple Inn, Holborn (7), p. 59a.

Hyde Park, Westminster (81), p. 147b; Roman remains formerly in: Westminster (7), p. 100b.

Hyliard, Dorothy, wife first of Samuel Barrow and secondly of William Clarke, see Clarke.

Hyll, see Hill above.

"Iechonias," see Jechonias.

Ilchester, Earls of, Holland House owned by: Kensington (3), p. 67a.

Image, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9b.

Indents, see under Brasses.

Innocence?, figure of, on tomb of Thomas Sutton, (d. 1614): Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 27b.

Inns:
-, Baptist's Head, fireplace from: Finsbury (4), p. 20b (Plate 33).
-, Bird in the Hand: Longacre, Westminster (56), p. 143b.
-, Castle: Putney, Wandsworth (13), p. 98b.
-, Devereux Dining-Rooms: Westminster (45), p. 142a.
-, Duke of Albemarle: Westminster (76), p. 146b.
-, George: Hampstead (24), p. 42b.
-, Grecian Coffee House (now the Devereux Diningrooms): Westminster (45), p. 142a.
-, King of Bohemia: Hampstead (15), p. 41b.
-, Mitre: Mitre Court, Holborn (25), p. 63b.
-, Old Cheshire Cheese: Westminster (47), p. 142a.
-, Old Ship: Hammersmith (14), p. 39a.
-, Raven: Battersea (3), p. 7a.
-, Rose and Crown: Wandsworth (20), p. 99a.
-, Swan: Wandsworth (19), p. 98b.
-, White Bear: Hampstead (10), p. 41a.

Inscription-tablets, illustrated (Plates 83).

" Ioram," see Joram.

Irby, Anthony, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Iron Age, p. 37b.

Iron-work: see under Metal-work.

"Isechias," (? Hezekiah), figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Islington, Borough of, pp. 63–67; see also p. 92b.

Islip, John, Abbot of Westminster, building by, 1518, p. 100b; rebus of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 104a.

Jackson, Jane, 1670, tablet to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

"Jalosie," tapestry representing: St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 132a.

James:
-, Elinor, church-plate given to St. Benet, Doctors' Commons, now at St. Mary le Strand: Westminster (13), p. 115a.
-, John, St. George's, Hanover Square, built from designs of, 1712–25: Westminster (15), p. 115b.

James I, medallion-head of: Holland House, Kensington (3), p. 77a; apotheosis of, etc.: representations of, on ceiling painted by Rubens: Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a (Plate 195); Hospital of King James' founded by Thomas Sutton, 1611: Finsbury (3), p. 22a.

" II, arms, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; Prayer-book presented by, 1687: Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 11b; organ built for, by Renatus Harris, 1678 (intended for the King's Chapel in Whitehall) given by Queen Mary II to St. James', Piccadilly, 1691: Westminster (11), p. 112a; Statue of, by Grinling Gibbons: St. James' Park, Westminster (84), p. 148a (Plate 227).

" st., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches; Figure of (on beadle's staff): St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16b; Emblem of: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 110b.

" the Great, St., Head of (on chalice): St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 19b; figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a (Plate 233).

" the Less, St., figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b (Plates 233, 234).

" James Street, 1673," inscription on street-name tablet: Westminster (86), p. 148b.

Jansen, Bernard, tomb of Thomas Sutton (d. 1611) by: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 27b.

Jay (?), Henry, 1684, head-stone to: Bunhill Fields, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.

"Jechonias," figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Jenkyn, Rev. William, M.A., 1684, table-tomb to: Bunhill Fields, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.

Jeremiah, figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a (Plate 232).

Jermyn, Henry, Earl of St. Albans, arms: Westminster (11), p. 110b.

Jerome, St., figure of (glass): Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b.

Jerusalem, Church of the Holy Sepulchre at, p. 2.

" Heraclius, Patriarch of, building consecrated by, 1185: Finsbury (2), p. 17a.

" see also Order of St. John of, under St. John of Jerusalem.

Jesse Tree (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b (Plates 164–6).

Jesus, see Christ.

Jewel House, Westminster (25), p. 124b (Plan, p. 125a; Plates 192–3).

John the Baptist, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches; figures of: St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2) (on altar-frontal of c. 1530, also painting on canvas), p. 19a; St. Thomas', Westminster (18) (painting), p. 117a; Chapel Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21) (painting), p. 118b.

" the Evangelist, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches; figures of: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16b; St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2) (on altar-frontal), p. 19a; Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a (Plate 233); St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a (glass); St. John the Evangelist's, Westminster (16) (glass), p. 116a; St. Mary's Chapel, Westminster (24) (boss), p. 123b.

" of Jerusalem, Order of St., see St. John of Jerusalem.

Johnson:
-, Arthur, 1703, and Martha his widow, 1721, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.
-, Gerrard, overmantel by, executed 1689–91: Kensington Palace, Kensington (2), p. 71b.

Jolly, Elizabeth, see Macdowall.

Jones:
-, Frances, daughter of Arthur Jones, Viscount Ranelagh, 1672, monument to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.
-, Inigo, Buildings, etc., designed by: Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 45b; Lindsey House, Holborn (9), p. 60a; Kensington (3), p. 77b (Plate 125) (gate-piers); first church of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, Westminster (14), p. 115a; Marlborough Chapel, Westminster (22), p. 118b; New Palace of Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 125b; York Gate, Westminster (36), p. 136b; The Piazza, Covent Garden, Westminster (55), p. 143b; Monument erected to George Chapman, 1634, by: St. Giles in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43a.
-, Owen, 1634, Auditor to the Treasury, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.
-, (Sir) Thomas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 49a, 51a.
-, Sir William, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a; Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Joram, figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Jordaens, Rubens said to have been assisted by, when painting ceiling commissioned by Charles I for Banqueting House: Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 125b.

"Josaphat" and "Josyas," figures of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Jovinianus, medallion-bust of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.

Jude, St., figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b (Plates 233, 235).

Julius Caesar, medallion-bust of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.

Jupiter, painting of: Norfolk House, Westminster (33), p. 135b.

Justice, see Virtues, The.

Juxon:
-, Arms (glass): Gray's Inn Chapel, Holborn (6), p. 55a.
-, Archbishop (1660–63) arms: Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b; Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 82a, 85a and b; rebuilding by: Lambeth (2), p. 79b.

Katherine or Catherine:

" of Aragon, part of glass shield-of-arms of: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 24b; glass said to represent: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a.

" of Braganza, Chapel said to have been completed for, also arms for: Westminster (22), p. 118b.

" St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches; Figures of: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a; St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a; St. Mary's Chapel, Westminster (24) (boss), p. 123b.

Kedermister, Edmund, 1607, one of the six clerks in Chancery, tablet to, erected by John Clapham in 1608: Record Office Museum, Westminster, (20), p. 118a.

Kemp, arms, see under Heraldry.

Kensington, Borough of, pp 67–78.

" Palace, Kensington (2), p. 68a (Plans, pp. 69, 73; Plates, list of, pp. vii–viii); alcove from garden of, now in Kensington Gardens, Westminster (82), p. 147b (Plate 125).

" Square, Kensington (4), p. 78a.

Kent:
-, Earl of, see Grey.
-, George, Thomas and William, sons of George, 1692, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.
-, William, building by, Kensington Palace, Kensington (2), p. 70a and b; restoration of Westminster Hall by: Westminster (24), p. 121a; Ruben's ceiling restored by: Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 125b; building by, 1733. Treasury, Westminster (28), p. 128a.

Kifford, Mrs. Judeth, c. 1700, remains of floor-slab to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Kilburn Priory, site of: Abbey Road, Hampstead, p. 39b.

King, Theodora, wife of Richard, 1693, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111a.

King of Bohemia, see under Inns.

" Street, Kensington (6), p. 78a.

Kingly Street, Westminster, (18), p. 116a.

King's Road, Chelsea, p. 15b.

Kings of England, see under individual names.

Kingsmill, Katherine, daughter of Sir William, see Palmer.

Kingsway Hall (Wesleyan), plate at: Holborn (3), p. 44a.

Kinsey, Sir Thomas, 1696, alderman, also his grandchildren, Robert and Elizabeth, by his only child, Mary, wife of Richard Atkyns, tablet to All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b.

Kipping, Anne, see Henshaw.

Knaresborough, Robert, 1611, brass to: All Saints', Wandsworth (5), p. 96a.

Kneller, Sir Godfrey, particulars of painted ceiling at Whitehall given by: Westminster (26), p. 125b.

Knight:
-, Margaret (Faldo), 1677, wife successively of John Berkehead and Stephen Knight, monument to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.
-, Thomas and Mary, his wife, 1697, monument to: St. Katherine's, Hammersmith (3), p. 38a.

Knightley, arms; also inscription "The gift of Eliz. Knightley to Kensington Church April 98" on church-plate of 1697: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 68a.

Knights Hospitallers and Knights Templars, see under Religious Houses.

Kniveton, Frances (Dudley), wife of Sir Gilbert, Bart., 1669, altar-tomb with effigy of: St. Giles in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43a.

Knyvett, Mary (Scott), wife successively of Richard Lusher and Thomas Knyvett, 1623, tablet to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.

Label-stops, illustrated (Plate 177).

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

Laguerre, Louis, paintings by: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134a.

Lambeth, Borough and parish of, pp. 78–86.

" Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 79b (Plans, pp. 80, 81; Plates, list of, p. viii).

Lamp, 15th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 88b (Plate 160).

Lamp-standards, 17th or 18th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 13a (Plate 109).

Langford, Samuel, 1691, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Langton, Stephen, Archbishop (1207–29), building by: Lambeth (2), p. 79b.

Langwith, Ann, wife of John, 1691, also John, 1692, floor-slab to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Lannoy, Elizabeth, 1700–1, remains of monument to: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b.

Lanterns and Cupolas, illustrated: 17th-century (Plates 48, 129).

Last Supper, The, representations of: painting: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 26a; on cup and almsdishes: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b; St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 112a; Chapel Royal, Westminster (29), p. 131b.

Laud, Archbishop, Arms: Fulham (6), p. 35b; Lambeth Palace Chapel and Great Hall, pp. 80b, 82b, 84a, 85b; Tower built by, c. 1635: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 79b, 84a.

Lauderdale House, Highgate, St. Pancras (4), p. 90a (Plates 6, 100, 170).

Laurence or Lawrence:
-, Frances, daughter of Sir John, 1685, floor-slab to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b–11a.
-, Grisel, widow of Sir John, 1675, floor-slab to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.
-, Henry, 1661, floor-slab to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.
-, Sir John, Bart., 1638, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10a.
-, Sara, see Colvile.
-, Thomas, 1593, monument with effigies of himself and family: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10a (Plate 60).
-, Sir Thomas, houses built by, c. 1687: Chelsea (8), p. 14a.

Laurence, St., carved boss: St. Mary's Chapel, Westminster (24), p. 123b.

Law, John, 1614, executor to Thomas Sutton, tablet with bust of (by Nicholas Stone): Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 27b.

Law Courts, Temple Bar, Roman remains found on site of, 1871: Westminster (6), p. 100a.

Le Despenser, see Despenser, Le.

Le Sueur, see Sueur, le.

Lea Valley, p. 1.

Leche, Sir Edward, 1652, tablet to: St. Clement Danes, Westminster (10), p. 108b.

Lee:
-, See also Legh and Leigh below.
-, Cecilia (Goodwin), wife of George, 1664, tablet and floor-slab to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a and b.
-, Eld. Lanc. arms, 1700 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, Francis, infant son of Edward Henry Lee, Earl of Litchfield, 1686, coffin-plate to: St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6a.

Leek, Thomas, arms, 1642 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Lefort, —, 1694, slab to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Legh:
-, See also Lee and Leigh.
-, Margaret (Gerrard), wife of Sir Peter, 1605, monument with effigy of: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a (Plate 60).

Leicester, Earl of, see Sidney.

Leigh:
-, See also Lee and Legh.
-, John, 1652, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a.

Leighlin, Bishop of, see Halsey.

Leonard, St., building dedicated to, see under Churches.

Lepine, Rev. John de, " born at Amiens in Picardy, France, 1641, died 1714," portrait of: French Protestant Huguenot Church, Soho Square, Westminster (23), p. 121a.

L'Estrange, Sir Roger, 1704, tablet to: St. Giles in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43a.

Leving, Sir Creswell, arms, 1680 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Lewis, William, 1706, head-stone to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Ley, Sir James, Bart., arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Limbery, Mary, wife of William, 1713, head-stone to: Bunhill Fields, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.

Limpany:
-, Edward, 1662, and Margery, his wife, 1675, tablet to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b.
-, Elizabeth, daughter of Robert, 1694, tablet to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b.

Lincoln, Earl of, see Lacy.

Lincoln's Inn, Chancery Lane, Holborn (5), p. 45a (Plan, p. 46; Plates, list of, p. vii); arms, 1703 (glass), p. 49a.

" " Fields: W. side:—Holborn (8), p. 59b; (9), p. 60a (Plates 98); S. side:—Westminster (50–2), p. 143a.

Linden House, Fulham (8), p. 36b.

Lindsey House (built by the 3rd Earl of Lindsey, c. 1674); Chelsea (11), p. 14b (Plate 31).

Lindsey House, Holborn (9), p. 60a (Plate 98).

Ling, R. Bernard van, see Bernard.

Lisle, Richard, 1665, tablet to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Lister:
-, Hannah, 1695, tablet to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93a.
-, Dr. Martin, 1711, tablet to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93a.

Litchfield, Earl of, see Lee.

Little Essex Street, Westminster (47), p. 142a.

" Pulteney Street, Westminster (71), p. 145b.

" St. Andrew Street, Holborn (13), p. 61a.

Littleton, Adam, S.T.P., 1694, Rector of Chelsea and Canon of Westminster, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 9b.

Livesay,-e:
-, Ann (Crompton), wife of Gabriell, 1598, brass to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.
-, Robert, 1608, and Amye, his wife, 1617, monument to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.

Lodington, Nathaniel, 1707, and Jane his wife, 1732, table-tomb to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.

Lollard's or Water Tower, Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 79b, 83a (Plate 128).

London, Bishops of, see Abbot; Aylmer; Bancroft; Bonner; Compton; Fitzjames; Fletcher; Grindall; Henchman; Howley; Juxon; Kemp; Laud; Montaigne; Savage; Tunstall.

London, City of, arms: Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b.

" See of, arms, see under Heraldry.

Long:
-, Henry, arms, 1690 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn, (5), p. 49a.
-, Sir Robert, Bart., Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Long Acre, Westminster (56), p. 143b.

" Chapel, church-plate from: Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Lort, Susanna, daughter of John, Earl of Clare, and widow of Sir John Lort, 1710, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.

Louth, Bishop William of (1290–98) building perhaps by: Holborn (4), p. 44a.

Lovell:
-, Salathiel, arms, 1708 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Sir Thomas, K.G., arms (before 1550): see under Heraldry.

Lower Mall, Hammersmith, p. 38b.

Lucrece, medallion of, Canonbury House: Islington (2), p. 66b.

Lucy, Luke, 1663, and Anne, his mother, 1653, monument to: St. Katherine's, Hammersmith (3), p. 38a.

Lud and his two sons, figures of, originally in niche on outer face of Ludgate: St. Marylebone (2), p. 87a (Plates 101, 170).

Luke, St., building dedicated to, see under Churches. Oak figure of, from sounding-board of pulpit: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 9b.

Lusher or Lussher:
-, Mary (Scott) widow of Richard, see Knyvett.
-, Richard, 1615, tablet to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b (Plate 147).

Lust, allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127b.

Lutwyche, Sir Edward, arms, 1683 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Lynne, Rebecca (Gerrard) wife of William, 1653, tablet to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95b.

Macdowall, Elizabeth (Jolly), wife of Andrew, 1670, monument to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Mackintosh, Katherine and Laughland, 1714, children of Laughland, head-stone to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Maddsworth, Grace, wife of Hender, Governor of Jamaica, 1687, tablet with bust of: St. Anne's, Soho, Westminster (9), p. 105b.

Madonna, see Virgin, The.

Makculloch, John, 1622, chief physician to James I, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a.

Maiden Lane, Westminster (57), p. 143b.

Maidstone. Communion-rails said to have come from All Saints, Maidstone, now in St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 78b.

Malegoe, John, see Torin.

Mall, Lower and Upper, Hammersmith, pp. 38b, 39a.

Malines, glass brought from a convent at: St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b (Plates 163–6).

Malmesbury House (remains of York or Whitehall Palace): Westminster (27), p. 127b (Plan, p. 127; Plate 197).

Malplaquet, Battle of, paintings said to represent: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134b (Plate 221–223).

Manasse, figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Manchester, Earl of, arms, 1671 (painted canvas): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Mann, Nicolaus, Master, inscription to: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 27a.

Manners, arms (glass): (for Lady Frances Manners first wife of Henry Neville, 6th Lord Abergavenny) Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b; York Gate, Westminster (36), p. 137a.

Manny, Sir Walter, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry. Carthusian Priory of the Salutation founded by, 1370, now part of the Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 21b.

Manor Hall, Hammersmith (18), p. 39b.

"Mansel" ? name (glass): Staple Inn, Holborn (7), p. 59a.

Mansion, Old, Hampstead (3), p. 40a.

Mantelpieces, see Fireplaces.

Maps of Europe, see Europe.

Margaret, St., building dedicated to, see under Churches; Figures of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b (on lid of cup); St. Mary's Chapel, Westminster (24), p. 123b (boss); Chapel Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118b (painting).

Mark, St., building dedicated to, see under Churches.

Markham, Sir John, Chief Justice, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Marlborough, arms: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134b.

" Chapel, Marlborough Road, Westminster (22), p. 118b (Plan, p. 119; Plates, 172–3, 201, 8, 91); Church-plate used at: Westminster (29), p. 131b.

" Duchess of, foundation-stone of Marlborough House laid by, 1709: Westminster (30), p. 134b.

" Duke of, arms, p. 134b; paintings representing scenes in the military life of: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134a and b (Plates 214–5, 217–9, 221–4).

" House (designed by Sir Christopher Wren for the first Duke of Marlborough): Westminster (30), p. 132b (Plan, p. 133; Plates 109, 209–225).

" Street, Westminster (73–4), p. 146a; (86), p. 148b.

Marow, Mary (Caley), widow of Sir Samuel, Bart., see Fisher.

Mars, figure of (tapestry): St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 132a; (painting), Westminster (30), p. 134b.

Marshall, Joshua, pedestal of Charles I's statue, Trafalgar Square, carved by, from the design of Grinling Gibbons: Westminster (83), p. 147b.

Marsham Street, Westminster (86), p. 148b.

Martin or Martyn:
-, Edward, 1655, tablet to (by John Stone): St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.
-, James, 1651, tablet to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.
-, Nicholas, arms, 1691 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel: Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Martin, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches.

Mary II, Queen, organ given by: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 112a; see also William III.

" St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches; see also Virgin, The, and Virgin and Child.

Marylebone, St., Borough of, pp. 86–7.

Mason:
-, John, 1710–11, floor-slab to: St. Clement Danes', Westminster (10), p. 108b.
-, Lady, church-plate given by, to Trinity Chapel: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.
-, Thomas, arms, 1632 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Massingberd, John, 1653, and Cecilia, his wife, monument with effigies of: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.

Mathew, Frances (?), daughter (?) of Thomas, 1696, headstone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Matthew, St., figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b (Plate 232).

Matthias, St., figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b (Plates 233, 235).

Maudyt, Nicholas, serjeant-at-arms to Henry V, 1420, brass of: All Saints', Wandsworth (5), p. 96a.

Mayer, Andrew, 1691–2, head-stone to: Huguenot Burial Ground: Wandsworth (6), p. 96b.

Mayerne:
-, Elizabeth, see Caumont.
-, Sir Theodore, 1655, monument to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Maynards, Sir John, K.B., 1658, and his son, Sir John, 1664, slab to: St. Nicholas', Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth (4), p. 96a.

Mead, Daniel, 16—, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Meeting House, Stoke Newington (2), p. 92a.

Memel Place, Putney, Wandsworth (14), p. 98b.

Merchant Taylors' School, part built on site of former Great Cloister of Carthusian Priory: Finsbury (5), p. 30a.

Mercury, allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Mere, de la, William Booth, son of Lord de la Mere, see Booth.

Meredith, Richard, 1705, and George, his son, 1714, floorslab to: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 64a.

Messenden, Deborah, see Chambers.

Metal-work: See also Brasses and Plate, Church.
-, Bronze:
-,-, Communion Rails: Westminster (11), p. 111a.
-,-, Lamp: 15th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 88b (Plate 160).
-,-, Statues: 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12b (Plate 227); Hammersmith (2), p. 37b; Westminster (83), p. 147b (Plate 195); (84), p. 148a (Plate 227).
-, Iron:
-,-, Balustrades, see Railings and Balustrades below.
-,-, Fire-backs: 16th-century: Westminster (29), p. 132a. 17th-century: Chelsea (14), p. 15a; Westminster (85), p. 148b.
-,-, Gates: 17th-century: Hampstead (6), p. 40b (Plate 66). 17th or early 18th-century: Hampstead (26) (27), p. 42b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Battersea (6), p. 7b; Fulham (11), p. 37a; St. Pancras (4), p. 90a.
-,-, Grates and Grilles: 17th-century: Hampstead (6), p. 40b (Plate 66); Lambeth (2), p. 84b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Chelsea (7), p. 14a. Undated: Finsbury (4), p. 21a; Lambeth (2), p. 80a.
-,-, Hinges and other fittings, refer to Chests under Furniture; also Doors.
-,-, Lamp-standards: 17th or early 18th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 13a (Plate 109).
-,-, Railings and Balustrades: 16th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10b (Plates 18, 109). 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10b (Plate 109); Finsbury (5), p. 28a; Kensington (2), p. 71b (Plates 109, 113); Wandsworth (1), p. 93a. c. 1700: Hammersmith (4), p. 38a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Battersea (6), p. 7b; Chelsea (12), p. 15a; Fulham (1), p. 33a (Plate 62); Holborn (17), p. 62a (Plate 109); Wandsworth (7), p. 97a; Westminster (30), p. 134a and b (Plates 109).
-,-, Weather-vanes: 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 11b; Finsbury (5), p. 28b; Kensington (2), p. 71a; Lambeth (2), p. 85a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Chelsea (1), p. 11a; Holborn (7), p. 59a; Westminster (13), p. 114a; (18), p. 116b; (26), p. 126a.
-,-, Miscellaneous: 17th-century: Finsbury (8), p. 31a (plate of 'rover-stone'); Fulham (1), p. 33a (arch); Westminster (10), p. 109b (panels to pews).
-, Lead:
-,-, Cisterns: 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12b; (5), p. 13b; Holborn (5), p. 51a (Plate 91); (17), p. 62a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Chelsea (2), p. 12b (Plate 91); Holborn (6), p. 57b (Plate 91); (17), p. 62a; Westminster (22), p. 119b (Plate 91).
-,-, Pump-heads: 17th-century: Hampstead (6), p. 40a and b.
-,-, Rainwater-heads and Pipes: 15th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 86a. 17th-century: Holborn (7), p. 58b; (24), p. 63b; Kensington (2), pp. 68b, 70a, 72b; (3), p. 76a; Lambeth (2), p. 84a; Westminster (29), p. 128b; (32), p. 135a and b; (65), p. 144b; (68), p. 145b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Fulham (11), p. 37a; Holborn (17), p. 61b; Westminster (18), p. 117a; (29), p. 130b; (30), p. 134a; (38), p. 138b; (39), p. 139a and b.

Methold, Joanna, see Mico.

Metropolitan Water Board, offices and reservoirs of: Finsbury (7), p. 30b (Plates 58, 59).

Michael of Canterbury, master-mason of the " King's new chapel," c. 1292: Westminster (24), p. 123a.

" St., building dedicated to, see under Churches.

Mico, Aaron, merchant, 1658 (he married Joanna Methold) tablet to: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 67b.

Middleton, Sir Hugh, founder of the New River Company, arms of: Finsbury (7), p. 30b; see also Sectional Preface, p. 1.

Migges, Anne, see Saris.

Mildmay, arms (glass) (for Mary (Mildmay) wife of Francis Fane, 1st Earl of Westmorland): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b.

Mildred, St., building dedicated to, see under Churches.

Milford Lane, Westminster (47), p. 142a.

Miller, Joanna, see Powlet.

Milman, Sir William, 1713, tablet and floor-slab to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b, 11a.

Milman's Street, Chelsea, p. 15b.

Minerva, head of, glass: St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b; allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a and b.

Misericords, see under Seating.

Mitre Public House, Mitre Court, Holborn (25), p. 63b.

Moat, see Earthworks.

Molineux: J. and W., arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a and b.

Mompesson (see also Montpesson below):
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.
-, John, 1524, monument to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.

Monastic Buildings, see Religious Houses.

Monger, Simon, 1699, and his sisters, Triphena, 1700, and Elizabeth, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.

Monk, George, Duke of Albemarle, arms, 1663 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Mons, view perhaps of (painting): Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134b.

Monson:
-, Frances (Tirwhitt) wife of Anthony, 1658, floor-slab to: St. Pancras (old church), St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.
-, Mary Frances, see Tasburgh.

Montagu, e:
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry; after 1550, St. Katherine's Hospital, St. Pancras (2), p. 89b.
-, Anne, see Holland.
-, Hon. George, 1681, Master of the Hospital, monument and floor-slab to: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a (Plate 11).
-, Sir James, Solicitor-General, arms, 1708 and 1714 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 49a, 51a.

Montaigne, arms (glass): Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.

Monthermer, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Montpesson (see also Mompesson above):
-, Marie (Howard) 1600, wife successively of Edward Sutton, Lord Dudley and Richard Montpesson, monument with effigy of herself and second husband: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a (Plate 150).

Monuments, Funeral: see also Brasses, Monumental; Effigies, Monumental, and Sectional Preface, p. 4.
-, Altar-tombs: see also Table-tombs in Churchyards below (for combined altar-tombs and wall-monuments see Wall-monuments below).
-,-, 15th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 88b (with canopy). (Plates 136–7).
-,-, 16th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9b; Lambeth (1), p. 79a (Plate 126) (recessed); (2), p. 82a.
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10a (remains); Holborn (1), p. 43a; Wandsworth (1), p. 93a.
-, Floor-slabs:
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10b; Finsbury (5), p. 28a; Fulham (1), p. 33a (Plate 62); Hammersmith (2), p. 37b; (3), p. 38a; Hampstead (1), p. 39b; Holborn (5) p. 50a; Islington (1), p. 64a; Kensington (1), p. 67b; Lambeth (1), p. 79a; St. Pancras (1), p. 88a; (2), p. 89a; Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a; Wandsworth (1), p. 93b; (2), p. 94b; (3), p. 95b; Westminster (8), p. 103b; (9), p. 106a.
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Chelsea (1), p. 11a; Finsbury (5), p. 28a; Fulham (1), p. 33a; Hammersmith (2), p. 37b; Islington (1), p. 64a; Kensington (1), p. 67b; St. Pancras (1), p. 88a; (2), p. 89a; Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a; Wandsworth (2), p. 94b; (3), p. 95b; (5), p. 96b; Westminster (8), p. 103b; (9), p. 106a; (10), p. 108b; (17), p. 116a.
-, Head-stones:
-,-, 17th-century: Finsbury (3), p. 19b; Fulham (1), p. 33a; Hammersmith (3), p. 38a; Wandsworth (2), p. 94b; (6), p. 96b; Westminster (12), p. 112b.
-,-, Early 18th-century (before (1715): Battersea (1), p. 6a; Chelsea (2), p. 13a; Finsbury (3), p. 19b; Fulham (1), p. 33a; Hampstead (1), p. 39b; Paddington (1), p. 86b; St. Marylebone (1), p. 87a; St. Pancras (1), p. 88a; Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.
-, Mural tablets, see Wall-monuments below.
-, Recessed Monuments:
-,-, 14th-century: Wandsworth (3), p. 95b.
-,-, c. 1500: Westminster (8), p. 102b.
-,-, 16th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10a (Plate 15); Lambeth (1), p. 79a (Plate 126); St. Pancras (1), p. 88a; Westminster (20), p. 117b.
-, Slabs:
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 13a; Hampstead (1), p. 39b; Paddington (1), p. 86b; Wandsworth (4), p. 96a.
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Chelsea (2), p. 13a; Wandsworth (1), p. 93b; (4), pp. 95b, 96a; (6), p. 96b.
-, Table-tombs in Churchyards:
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 13a; Finsbury (3), p. 19b; Holborn (1), p. 43a.
-,-, 17th or early 18th-century: Westminster (8), p. 103b.
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Battersea (1), p. 6b; Chelsea (1), p. 10b; (2), p. 13a; Finsbury (3), p. 19b; Fulham (1), p. 33a (Plate 62); Wandsworth (1), p. 93a; (2), p. 94b; (6), p. 96b.
-, Wall-monuments and Tablets:
-,-, 16th-century: Chelsea (1), pp. 9b, 10a, 10b (Plates 18, 60); Fulham (1), p. 32a and b; St. Pancras (2), p. 89a; Wandsworth (4), p. 95b; Westminster (8), p. 102b (Plate 151); (20), p. 118a (Plate 171).
-,-, 17th-century: Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 11); Chelsea (1), pp. 9b, 10a and b (Plates 20, 60); Finsbury (1), p. 16a and b; (5), pp. 27b (Plate 50), 28a; Fulham (1), pp. 32a and b (Plates 62), 33a; Hammersmith (2), p. 37b (Plate 11); (3), p. 38a; Holborn (5), p. 50a; Islington (1), p. 64a; Kensington (1), p. 67b; Lambeth (1), p. 79a (Plate 10); St. Marylebone (1), p. 87a; St. Pancras (1), pp. 87b (Plate 10), 88a; (2), p. 89a (Plate 11); Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a; Wandsworth (1), p. 93a; (2), p. 94a and b (Plates 10, 147); (3), p. 95a and b; (4), p. 95b; (5), p. 96a (Plate 11) and b; Westminster (8), pp. 102b (Plates 151), 103a (Plates 150–1) and b (Plate 11); (9), p. 105b; (10), p. 108b; (11), p. 111a and b; (12), p. 112a and b; (14), p. 115a; (20), pp. 117b (Plate 167) 118a.
-,-, c. 1700: Finsbury (5), p. 28a.
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plates 10); Chelsea (1), p. 10b (Plate 15); Finsbury (1), p. 16b; Fulham (1), p. 32b (Plate 62); Hammersmith (1), p. 37b; Holborn (1), p. 43a; Islington (1), p. 64a; Kensington (1), p. 67b; Lambeth (1), p. 79a; St. Pancras (1), p. 88a; (2), p. 89a; Wandsworth (1), p. 93a and b; (2), p. 94b; (4), p. 95b; Westminster (8), pp. 102b, 103a and b; (9), p. 105b; (11), p. 111a and b; (12), p. 112b; (14), p. 115a.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, 16th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10a; Wandsworth (1), p. 93a; Westminster (20), p. 117b.
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 10b; Fulham (1), p. 32b; Holborn (1), p. 43a; Islington (1), p. 64a.

Moore, see also More below:
-, Elizabeth, see Offley.
-, John, 1710, also Sarah, wife of Thomas, 1725, and Cowsey and Richard, 1716, head-stone to: St. Mary's, Paddington (1), p. 86b.
-, Roger, arms, 1692 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Moravian Burial Ground, Chelsea (17), p. 15b.

Moray, Nichola, see Douglas.

Mordant or Mordaunt, John Mordaunt, Viscount Mordant of Avalon, 1675, monument with effigy of: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b (Plate 61).

More, see also Moore above:
-, Sir Thomas (executed 1535), arms, see under Heraldry; altar-tomb (erected 1532): All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 9b.
-, Sir Thomas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Morley, Bishop of Winchester, arms (glass): Gray's Inn Chapel, Holborn (6), p. 55a.

Mortlake Tapestry: St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 132a.

Morton, Cardinal, Entrance Gateway known as Morton's Tower, built by, 1490: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), pp. 79b, 85b.

Moseley, Thomas, 1681, and his son-in-law, William Taton, tablet to: All Saints', Wandsworth (5), p. 96b.

Mot, Robert, see under Bellfounders.

Mounds, see Earthworks.

Mount, The, Hampstead (5), p. 40a.

" Nod, Clapham Common, Wandsworth (25), p. 99a.

Mowbray, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Mowfurth, William, 1513, Rector of Streatham and Mykleham, brass of: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.

Mugeadg, Mary, wife of Joseph. 1712, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Mulgrave, Earl of, see Sheffield.

Mulys, John, 1615, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Munden, William. Flagon inscribed " This Flaggon was bought in ye year of Our Lord, 1685—John Dickens, William Munden, Churchwardens": St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 68a.

Mural Monuments, see Wall-monuments under Monuments, Funeral.

Muswell, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Mutton, Sir Peter, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Nativity, The, representation of, on alms-dish: St. James, Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 112a.

Nave, round, remains of: St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 19a.

Neptune, allegorical representations of: Finsbury (7), p. 30b; St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 132a.

Nevill,-e or Nevyl:
-, Arms: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 86a.
-, Alexander " 1575, May 17 Alexander Nevyl Secrtr" graffiti: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 86a.
-, Sir Edward, arms, 1691 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Sir Edward, 2nd Justice of the Common Pleas, 1705, and Frances, his wife, 1714, tablet to: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b.
-, George, 5th Lord Abergavenny, arms, 1623 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b.
-, Henry, 6th Lord Abergavenny, arms, 1623 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b (Plate 76); Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

New End and New End Square, Hampstead, p. 41a.

" Hall, Essex, glass at one time in: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a.

" Square, originally known as Serle Court, Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 45b, 51a and b (Plates 81, 82).

" Street, Westminster (58), p. 143b.

" River, Islington (3), p. 67a; see also Sectional Preface, p. 1.

" River Head (fittings originally in the Water House (built 1693) of the New River Company now in modern office), Finsbury (7), p. 30b (Plates 58, 59); see also Sectional Preface, p. 1.

Newcastle or Powis House, Great Queen Street, Holborn (8), p. 59b (Plate 98).

Newdigate, Richard, arms, 1660 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Newhaven, Viscount, see Cheyne.

Newington Green, Stoke Newington and Islington, p. 92a and b.

Newport Court, Westminster (61), p. 144a.

" Lord, arms (painted canvas): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

" Street, Great: Westminster (60), p. 144a.

Newton, Peter, 1660, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, etc., cartouche to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a.

Niches in Churches (most worthy of mention):
-, 14th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 11a; Finsbury (5), p. 28b.

Nicholas, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches.

Nicolls, Richard, 1612, and Isabell (Clarke), 1652, floorslab to: St. Pancras (Old Church), St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Nightingale, Geffery, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Noone, Francis, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Nordon, Robert, map of N.W. Europe by, 1694: Kensington Palace, Kensington (2), p. 71a.

Norfolk, Duke of, see Howard.

" House, St. James Square, Westminster (33), p. 135b.

Normand Road, Fulham (2), p. 33b.

Normandy, p. 1.

North, Sir Edward, afterwards Lord, Carthusian Priory, transformed into a mansion by, c. 1545: Finsbury (5), p. 21b.

North End Road, Fulham, p. 37a.

" Street, Westminster (79), p. 147a.

Northamptonshire, p. 1.

Northumberland, Duchess of, Jane, wife of John Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, see Dudley.

Nottingham, Earls of, see Howard, also Finch.

Nours, Anthony, and Katherine, his wife, both 1704, tablet to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b (Plate 62).

Nowers, Beaupré, A.M., 1690, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Noye, William, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Offley:
-, John, 1667, Elizabeth (Moore) his wife, 1678, and Robert, 1678, Thomas, 1667, Edward, 1668, Stephen, 1673, and Anne, 1669, their children, monument to: St. Pancras (old church), St. Pancras (1), p. 87b (Plate 10).

Offley, Spencer of, see Spencer.

Ogle, Sir Thomas, 1702, table-tomb to (erected 1749): Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Oglethorpe, Sir Theophilus, 1701, and Lewis, his son, 1704, tablet to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.

Old Bank House, Hampstead (14), p. 41b.

" Bond Street, Roman-remains found in: Westminster (3), p. 100a.

" Cheshire Cheese, see under Inns.

" Curiosity Shop, Westminster (53), p. 143a.

" Gloucester Street, Holborn (14), p. 61a.

" Grove House, Hampstead (7), p. 40b.

" Hall, The: Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 45a, 50a.

" " Highgate, St. Pancras (6), p. 90a.

" Mansion, The, Frognal, Hampstead (3), p. 40a.

" Paradise Street, Lambeth (5), p. 86b.

" Ship, see under Inns.

" Square, Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 45b, 47a and b.

" Street, Parish of St. Luke, see Borough of Finsbury, p. 15b.

" Town, Clapham, Wandsworth (9–11), p. 98a.

" War Office (Schomberg House): Westminster (32), p. 135a.

Ollivers, Catherine, see Collinge.

Olympians, The, paintings: Wandsworth (7), p. 97b; Westminster (33), p. 135b.

Onley, Isabel, see Seymour.

Orange Street, Westminster (86), p. 148b.

Orangery, Kensington Palace, Kensington (2), p. 72b (Plan, p. 73; Plates 114–5).

Order of St. John of Jerusalem, see St. John of Jerusalem, Order of.

Organs and Organ-cases:
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12a (Plate 68); Fulham (1), p. 33a; Holborn (1), p. 43a; Westminster (10), p. 108b (Plate 155); (11), p. 111b (Plate 157).
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Lambeth (1), p. 79a (Plate 68).
-, Organ-case incorporating early 18th-century material: Westminster (13), p. 115a.

Ormond, Earl of, see Butler.

Ormond Street, Great, Holborn (17), p. 61b (No. 41, Plate 99; Nos. 40–44, Plates 66, 109).

" Yard, Holborn (16), p. 61b.

Oseney Abbey, glass depicting ruins of: Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b (Plate 235).

"Osias," figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Ossory, Bishop of, see Hartstonge.

Ossulton Stone, formerly in Hyde Park: Westminster (7), p. 100b.

Our Lord, see Christ.

Oven, 15th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 83b.

Overkirk, Marshall, figure probably of (painting): Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134b.

Overmantels, see Fireplaces.

Owen:
-, Alice (Wilkes) wife successively of Henry Robinson, William Elkin and Thomas Owen, 1613, monument to: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 64a.
-, Rev. John, D.D., 1683, table-tomb to: Bunhill Fields, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.
-, Samuell, bell by, 1600,: St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 128b.

Oxford, See of, arms (glass): Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.

Paddington, Borough of, p. 86.

Paintings:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 4.
-, In Churches:
-,-, On Canvas or Wood: 14th-century: Westminster (21), p. 118b (gesso). 16th-century: Finsbury (2), p. 19a; Westminster (18), p. 117a. 17th-century: Fulham (1), p. 33a; Westminster (14), p. 115a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (23), p. 121a.
-,-, On Stone: 14th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 28b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Chelsea (2), p. 12a.
-, In Houses:
-,-, On Canvas, Wood, etc.: 17th-century: Finsbury (5), pp. 24a, 26a (Plate 47); Holborn (6), p. 55b; Kensington (3), p. 77a (Plate 122) and b; Lambeth (2) p. 86a; Wandsworth (20), p. 99a.
-,-, On Plaster (ceilings, walls, etc.): 16th-century: Westminster (29), p. 131a. 17th-century: Finsbury (7), p. 30b (Plate 59); Westminster (26), p. 127a (Plate 195); (33), p. 135b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (10), p. 60b (Plate 103); Wandsworth (7), p. 97b; Westminster (30), p. 134a (Plates 213–224).

Palaces, Royal: see also Sectional Preface, p. 3; Buckingham Palace, p. 134b; Kensington, p. 68a (Plans, pp. 69, 73); St. James', p. 128a (Plans, pp. 129, 130; Plates 198–208); Westminster, p. 121a (Plans, pp. 120, 122; Plates, list of, p. x), Whitehall (site of former Banqueting House of); pp. 125b–128a (Plans, pp. 126, 127; Plates 194–6).

" Episcopal: Fulham, p. 34a (Plan, p. 34; Plates 4, 63–4); Holborn (4), p. 44a; Lambeth, p. 79b (Plans, pp. 80, 81).

Pall Mall, Westminster (32), p. 135a.

Pallingswick Manor House (now Public Library), Hammersmith (5), p. 38b.

Palmer:
-, Lady Katherine (daughter of Sir William Kingsmill), wife of Sir Anthony Palmer, 1613, brass and tablet to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a and b (Plate 147).
-, James, B.D., 1659–60, tablet with bust of: St. Margaret's Westminster (8), p. 102b (Plate 151).
-, Margaret (Diggs) second wife of Sir Antonie, 1619, and Philadelpha, daughter of Sir Antonie and his first wife Katherine, 1621, monument to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.
-, Ralph, 1715, and Alice his wife, 1708, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10a.

Pan, allegorical head of (tapestry): St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 132a.

Pancras, Borough of St., p. 87–90.

" Road, St. Pancras, p. 87b.

" St., building dedicated to, see under Churches.

Panelling, Carved and linen-fold:
-, In Churches and Chapels:
-,-, Carved: 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12a; Finsbury (5), p. 28a (Plate 100); Westminster (10), p. 108b. 17th or early 18th-century: Westminster (22), p. 119b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (13), p. 115a.
-, In Houses:
-,-, Carved: 16th-century: Islington (2), p. 66a (Plates 102). 17th-century: Battersea (2), p. 6b; Chelsea (2), p. 12a and b; (6), p. 13b; Finsbury (5), p. 22b; (7), p. 31a (Plate 58); Holborn (6), p. 57a (Plate 89); Kensington (2), pp. 71a and b, 72a, 73a; (3), pp. 76b (Plate 121); 77a (Plate 122). c. 1700: Fulham (6), p. 35b; Hammersmith (4), p. 38a; Westminster (69), p. 145b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Hampstead (11), p. 41a.
-,-, Linen-fold: 16th-century: Fulham (6), p. 35a; Lambeth (2), p. 86a (Plate 129).

Panza, Sancho, and Don Quixote, tapestry representing scenes from the history of: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134a.

Papillion, David and Anna Mary his wife, 1675, floor-slab to: St. Katherine's, Hammersmith (3), p. 38a.

Paradise Street, Old, Lambeth (5), p. 86b.

Parker:
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.
-, Archbishop Matthew, arms (1559), Great Hall, Lambeth Palace, p. 85b; Monument to, 1575: Lambeth Palace Chapel, Lambeth (2), p. 82a.

Parliament Fields, mound in: St. Pancras (12), p. 90b.

" Houses of, Westminster (24) p. 121a.

Parrye, Blanche, 1589–90, chief gentlewoman of the Privy Chamber, etc., monument with effigy of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Parsons Green, Fulham (3), p. 33b; (10), p. 36b.

Partridge, Elizabeth (Holder) wife of Henry, 1702, monument with bust of: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16b.

Patens, see Plate, Church.

Patrick, John, D.D., Preacher, 1695, floor-slab to: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28a.

Paul, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches.
-, Representations of: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 112a (on flagon); St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b (glass); St. John the Evangelist, Westminster (16), p. 116a (glass); Chapel Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118b (painting).

Payne:
-, Thomas, 1698, tablet to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a (Plate 10).
-, William, 1626, and Jane his wife, 1610, monument with effigies of: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b (Plate 62).

Payton, Richard, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Peace, allegorical figures of: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28a; Holland House, Kensington (3), pp. 76b, 77a; Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a; Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134b.

Pearse, William and George, both 1687, head-stone to: Huguenot Burial Ground, Wandsworth (6), p. 96b.

Pearson:
-, John, 1707, tablet recording benefactions of: St. Giles in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43b.
-, J. L., restoration of Westminster Hall by: Westminster (24), p. 121a.

Peers, Hon. John, 1688, floor-slab to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95b.

Peirson, Samuel, cup given by: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Pembroke, Earl of, see Herbert.

Pendrell, Richard, Preserver of Charles II, 1671, table-tomb to: St. Giles in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43a.

Pennant, John, 1709, tablet and stone slab to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.

Pentecost, The, representation of (on church-plate): Chapel Royal, Westminster (29), p. 131b.

Penton:
-, Henry, arms, 1699 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, Henry, 1714, tablet to: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16b.

Peter, Robert, see English, Edmund.

Peter, St., building dedicated to, see under Churches:
-, Figures of: glass: Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a (Plate 233); St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b; painting: Chapel Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118b.

Peter Street, Great, Westminster (86), p. 148b.

Petkyn, —, 1687, head-stone to: Bunhill Fields, Finsbury (3), p. 19b.

Petyt School. Early 18th-century tablet rebuilt in wall recording erection of original school in 1705 at the expense and endowment of William Petyt: Chelsea (13), p. 15a.

Pever, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Pews, see under Seating.

Peyntwyn, Hugh, LL.D., 1504, monument to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a (Plate 126); Arms, see under Heraldry.

Phelips, Sir Edward, Sergeant-at-law, arms (glass) (originally in Rolls Chapel of St. Thomas): Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b.

Philip II of Spain, arms: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b (Plate 3).

" St., carving on font (Baptism of the eunuch of Candace by): St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111a; glass figures of: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a (Plate 3); Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b (Plate 232).

Physic Garden, The, formerly the Botanic Garden of the Apothecaries Company (land leased to the Society of Apothecaries in 1673): Chelsea (5), p. 13b.

Piazza, The, Covent Garden, Westminster (55), p. 143b.

Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 109b; (34), p. 136a.

Pickering Place, Westminster (75), p. 146b.

Pictures, see Paintings.

Pierrepont, Grace, daughter of Henry Pierrepont, Marquis of Dorchester, 1703, monument with effigy of: St. Anne's, Soho, Westminster (9), p. 105b.

Pile-dwellings, see Earthworks.

Piscinae:
-, 13th-century: St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.
-, 14th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 28a.
-, 15th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 11a.
-, 16th-century: Westminster (18), p. 118b.

Plaster-work, ornamental, see Ceilings.

Plate, Church (Plates 4, 27, 36, 104, 138, 160, 206, 207):
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 5.
-, Pre-Reformation (before 1547):
-,-, Chalice: 16th-century: Finsbury (2), p. 19a (foreign) (Plate 36).
-,-, Cross, Processional: 15th or 16th-century: Finsbury (2), p. 19b (foreign) (Plate 36).
-,-, Dish (secular): 16th-century: Kensington (1), p. 68a.
-, Post-Reformation (after 1547):
-,-, Alms-dishes: 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12a; Fulham (6), p. 36a; Lambeth (2), p. 82a; Wandsworth (4), p. 96a; Westminster (8), pp. 103b, 104a; (11), p. 112a; (12), p. 112b; (13), p. 115a; (29), pp. 131b, 132a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (6), p. 55a: Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a.
-,-, Candlesticks: 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12a; Lambeth (2), p. 82a; Westminster (29), p. 131b.
-,-, Chalice: 17th-century: Westminster (10), p. 108b.
-,-, Cover-patens: See also Patens below. 16th-century: Holborn (6), p. 55a. 17th-century: Battersea (1), p. 6b; Hammersmith (2), p. 38a; Holborn (6), p. 55a; Lambeth (2), p. 82a; Wandsworth (4), p. 96a; (5), p. 96b; Westminster (8), p. 103b; (11), p. 112a; (12), p. 112b; (29), 131b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Wandsworth (5) p. 96b; Westminster (13), p. 115a.
-,-, Cups: 16th-century: Holborn (6), p. 55a; Kensington (1), p. 68a; Westminster (8), p. 103b. 17th-century: Battersea (1), p. 6b; Chelsea (2), p. 12a; Finsbury (5), p. 28a; Fulham (3), p. 33b; (6), p. 36a (with cover); Hammersmith (2), p. 38a; Hampstead (1), p. 39b (with cover); Holborn (3), p. 44a; (6), p. 55a; Kensington (1), pp. 67b, 68a; Lambeth (1), p. 79b (with covers); (2), p. 82a; St. Pancras (2), p. 89a; Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a; Wandsworth (4), p. 96a; Westminster (8), p. 103b; (10), p. 108b; (11), p. 112a; (12), p. 112b; (14), p. 115a; (29), p. 131a and b (one with cover). Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (2), p. 43b; (5), p. 50a; Wandsworth (5), p. 96b; Westminster (8), p. 103b (loving-cup); (13), p. 115a.
-,-, Dishes: 17th-century: Battersea (1), p. 6b; Fulham (3), p. 33b; Westminster (14), p. 115a.
-,-, Flagons: 16th-century: Westminster (8), p. 103b. 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 11a; (12), p. 12a; Fulham (3), p. 33b; (6), p. 36a; Holborn (6), p. 55a; Islington (1), p. 64a; Kensington (1), pp. 67b, 68a; Lambeth (1), p. 79b; (2), p. 82a; Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a; Wandsworth (5), p. 96b; Westminster (8), p. 103b; (10), p. 108b; (11), p. 112a; (12), p. 112b; (14), p. 115a; (29), p. 131b. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (2), p. 43b; (5), p. 50a; Hammersmith (2), p. 38a; Westminster (12), p. 112b; (13), p. 115a.
-,-, Patens and Stand-patens: See also Cover-patens above. 16th-century: Westminster (8), p. 103b. 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 11a; (2), p. 12a; Fulham (3), p. 33b; (6), p. 36a; Hampstead (1), p. 39b; Islington (1), p. 64a; Kensington (1), p. 68a; Lambeth (1), p. 79b; (2), p. 82a; Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a; Westminster (8), p. 103b; (10), p. 108b; (11), p. 112a; (12), p. 112b; (14), p. 115a; (29), pp. 131a and b, 132a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (2), p. 43b; (5), p. 50a; St. Pancras (2), p. 89a; Wandsworth (5), p. 96b; Westminster (13), p. 115a; (20), p. 118a; (29), p. 131b.
-,-, Plates and Salvers: 17th-century: Hampstead (1), p. 39b; Holborn (6), p. 55a; Kensington (1), p. 68a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (2), p. 43b; St. Pancras (2), p. 89a; Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a.
-,-, Spoons: 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 11a; Fulham (3), p. 33b; Kensington (1), p. 67b; Westminster (10), p. 108b. c. 1700: Chelsea (2) p. 12a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (2), p. 43b; Westminster (8), p. 103b; (11), p. 112a.
-,-, Stand-patens, see Patens above.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, Beadles' Staffs: 17th-century: Finsbury (1), p. 16b; (2), p. 19a. Early 18th-century (before 1715): Hammersmith (2), p. 38a; Westminster (29), p. 131b.
-,-, Box-wood Hammers, silver-mounted, late 16th-century: Westminster (10), p. 108b.
-,-, Tobacco-box, 17th-century: Westminster (10), p. 108b.

Plates, see Plate, Church above.

Platt, William, 1637, and Mary (Hungerfoord) his widow, afterwards wife of Edmund Tucker, 1687, monument to: St. Pancras (old) Church, St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Plenty, allegorical figures of: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28a; Holland House, Kensington (3), p. 76b; Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a; St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 132a.

Plumbe, William, 1593, and Elizabeth his wife, monument to: All Saints' Fulham (1), p. 32b.

Plume, Elizabeth, 1703, floor-slab to: All Saints', Wandsworth (5), p. 96b.

Pole, Cardinal (1556–58), building perhaps by: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 79b.

Poley, Henry, 1705, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Pond, Sir Henry, 1683, and Jane his wife, 1682–3, floorslab to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Poope, Edward, 1664, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Pope, arms (glass): Staple Inn, Holborn (7), p. 59a.

Porteus Library, Fulham Palace: Fulham (6), p. 35b.

Porter, James, 1693, Ann his wife, 1693, and George their son, 1678, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a.

Portland, p. 1.

Portsmouth Street, Westminster (53), p. 143a.

Portugal, arms: Marlborough Chapel, Westminster (22) (for Catherine of Braganza), p. 118b.

Postan, John, first Chapel Clerk, two cups of 1630 given by: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28a.

Poulton, William, 1705, and John, 1709, slab to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Powel, -I or Powle:
-, H., arms, 1691 (glass) (formerly in Rolls Chapel of St. Thomas): Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b.
-, Henry, arms, 1692 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.
-, John, 1611, brass and tablet to: All Saints', Wandsworth (5), p. 96a and b.
-, Sir John, arms, 1686 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Katherine, see Hart.
-, Susanna (Hayward) wife of John, 1630, monument with effigy of: All Saints', Wandsworth (5), p. 96a.
-, Thomas, arms, 1683 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Powis or Newcastle House, Great Queen Street, Holborn (8), p. 59b (Plate 98).

Powlet, Joanna (Miller), wife of Lord Henry, 1673, tablet to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Powys:
-, Sir Littleton, arms, 1695 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.
-, Sir Thomas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 49a, 51a.

Prehistoric Remains: Pile-dwelling: Hammersmith (1), p. 37b; Burial-Mound: St. Pancras (12), p. 90b.

Presbyterian Meeting House, Stoke Newington (2), p. 92a.

Prescot, arms: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 38a.

Presentation in the Temple, The, glass possibly representing: St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b.

Price, Robert, arms, 1702 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Prince Arthur Road, Hampstead, p. 42a.

Prince of Wales, see Henry.

" " Feathers (glass, etc.): Staple Inn, Holborn (7), p. 59a (Frontispiece); Westminster (29), pp. 131a, 132a.

Priory of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, Manor of Canonbury formerly in possession of: Islington (2), p. 64a.

Priories, see Religious Houses.

Priscus, Tarquinius, medallion-bust of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.

Prospect Place, terrace formerly called: Chelsea (8), p. 14a.

Public Library, Ravenscourt Park (formerly Pallingswick Manor House), Hammersmith (5), p. 38b.

Public Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b.

Puckering, Sir John, arms, 1593 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Pulpits:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 5.
-, 17th-Century: Chelsea (1), p. 11a (Plate 5); (2), p. 12a; Finsbury (5), p. 28a (Plate 52); Fulham (3), p. 33b; Hammersmith (2), p. 38a (Plate 68); Holborn (6), p. 55a (Plate 5); Kensington (1), p. 68a; St. Pancras (2), 89a (Plate 5); Wandsworth (3), p. 95b; Westminster (10), p. 109a (Plate 5).
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (5), p. 50a; Westminster (9), p. 106a; (13), p. 115a; (18), p. 117a.

Pulteney Street, Little, Westminster (71), p. 145b.

Pump-heads, lead, see under Metal-work.

Purefoy, Humphrey, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Putney, Parish of, see Wandsworth, pp. 93, 98.

" Bridge Road, Wandsworth (13), p. 98b; (24), p. 99a.

Pyncomb, Elizabeth, daughter of John, 1706, floor-slab to: St. Anne's, Soho, Westminster (9), p. 106a.

Pyne, Hugh, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster (39), p. 138b (Plates list of, p. x).

Queen Street, Hammersmith (2) (4) (6) (7) (8), pp. 37b, 38a and b.

" " Great, Holborn (8), p. 59b.

Queen's Square, Bloomsbury, Holborn (2), p. 43b; Conduit-head from: Finsbury (7), p. 31a.

Queen's Square (formerly) (now Queen Anne's Gate), Westminster (39), p. 139b.

Queens of England, see under individual names.

Quixote, Don, and Sancho Panza, tapestry representing scenes from the history of: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134a.

Railings, iron, see under Metal-work.

Rainwater-heads and Pipes, see ironwork, under Metalwork.

Ralegh, Judith, wife of Capt. George, 1701, tablet to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.

Ramillies, Battle of, paintings said to represent: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134a (Plates 217–9).

Rampayne, Joanna (Caesar), wife of John, 1694, tablet to: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a.

Ramsey, John, 1696, slab to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Ranelagh, Viscount, Frances, daughter of Arthur Jones, Viscount Ranelagh, see Jones.

Ratcliffe, Thomas, 3rd Earl of Sussex, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Raven Inn, see under Inns.

Ravenscourt Park Public Library, Hammersmith (5), p. 38b.

Ravenscroft, William, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Rawlinson, Sir William, arms, c. 1700 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Raymond:
-, Sir Robert, Solicitor-General, arms, 1712 (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, (Sir) Thomas, arms (1680–1681) (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Raynsford, Sir Richard, arms, 1673 (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Rebellion, allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Record Office Museum, fittings from Rolls Chapel of St. Thomas now in: Westminster (20), p. 117a (Plates 167–71).

Rectory (former), Dean Street, Westminster (63), p. 144b.

Red Lion Passage, Holborn (19) (20), p. 62b.

" " Square, Holborn (18), p. 62b.

Regent's Park (St. Dunstan's), St. Marylebone (2), p. 87a; (St. Katherine's Hospital), St. Pancras (2), p. 88a.

" Street, Westminster (18), p. 116a.

Religion, allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Religious Houses, remains, etc., of:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 2.
-, Benedictine Nuns: St. Mary's, Kilburn, p. 2; St. Mary's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16a; (9), p. 31b.
-, Carthusian Monks: Finsbury (5), p. 21b.
-, Friars, Black: St. Pancras (3), p. 89b.
-, Knights Hospitallers (Order of St. John of Jerusalem): Finsbury (2), p. 16b; (4), p. 19b.
-, Knights Templars: Holborn, p. 2.
-, Colleges: St. Stephen's, Westminster, p. 2; Lambeth (2), p. 79b.
-, Hospitals: St. Giles in the Fields, Holborn, p. 2; St. Katherine's, St. Pancras (2), p. 88a; St. John the Baptist, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118a; St. James, Westminster (29), pp. 128a, 130a; St. Mary Rousevall, Westminster, p. 2.

Reredoses:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 5.
-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12a; Westminster (10), p. 109a; (11), p. 112a (Plate 158).
-, 17th or early 18th-century: Westminster (22), p. 119b.
-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Holborn (2), p. 43b; Westminster (13), p. 115a; (18), p. 117a; (39), p. 139a (Plate 100).

Reservoirs, 17th-century: Finsbury (7), p. 31a.

Resurrection, The, early 18th-century wall-painting of, by Sebastiano Ricci: Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 12a; representation of, on alms-dish: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 112a.

Resurrection of the Dead, representation of, (carving): Holborn (1), p. 43b.

Return of the Spies, The, representation of, on alms-dish: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 104a.

Reynolds, Edward, 1623, Clerk of the Privy Seal, etc., and Owen, his brother, 1610, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b (Plate 11).

Ricci, Sebastiano, early 18th-century wall-painting by: Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 12a.

Rich:
-, Earls of Warwick and Holland, Holland House in possession of: Kensington (3), p. 67a; arms, 77a and b.
-, Henry, K.G., 1st Earl of Holland, work done for: Kensington (3), p. 75a.
-, Sir Peter, 1692, Alderman of London, tablet to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a (Plate 10).
-, Robert, 2nd Lord, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Richard II, reconstruction of Westminster Hall begun by, 1394: Westminster (24), p. 121a.

Richardson:
-, Sir Thomas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.
-, Sir William, arms, 1679 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Richter, Christian, arms, 1670 (glass): Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 24b.

Rixton, John, 1658, and Margaret, his wife, 1687, floorslab to; also tablet recording charitable bequests of: St. John's, Hampstead (1), p. 39b.

Robert, -s:
-, Anne, wife of Robert, 1665, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.
-, Elizabeth (Howland), widow of Thomas, see Howland.
-, Howland, alias Roberts, see Howland.
-, Infant children of John Roberts, Lord Truro, floorslab to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 11a.

Robinson, Alice (Wilkes), widow of Henry, see Owen.

"Roboam," (Rehoboam?), figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b (Plate 166).

Roehampton House, Putney, Wandsworth (7), p. 96b (Plan, p. 96; Plates 7, 145, 148).

Rogers:
-, Elizabeth, see Buck.
-, Mary, late 17th-century head-stone to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.
-, William, 1714, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Rolls Chapel of St. Thomas: Westminster (20), p. 117b.

" Liberty of the, Borough of Westminster, p. 99b.

Roman remains: Westminster (1–7), pp. 99–100; see also Sectional Preface, p. 1.

Romney, Earl of, see Sidney.

Rosamund Cottage, Parsons Green, Fulham (10), p. 36b.

Rose and Crown, see under Inns.

Rosebery Avenue: Finsbury (7), p. 30b.

Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead, p. 42b (Plate 6).

Roofs:
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, King-post: 15th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 80b.
-,-, Miscellaneous: 16th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9a. 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 9a.
-, Secular:
-,-, Hammerbeam: c. 1400: Westminster (24), p. 121b (Plates 163, 174–6, 178, 180). 16th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 24a; Holborn (6), p. 53b (Plates 85, 86); (7), p. 59a (Plates 94, 95). 17th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 85a (Plates 133–4).
-,-, Miscellaneous: 14th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 86a (Plate 135). 15th-century: Chelsea (10), p. 14a (carved). 16th-century: Islington (2), p. 66b.

Rotherham, Nicholas, arms, 1654 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Rouen, 16th-century glass said to have come from: St. John the Evangelist's, Westminster (16), p. 116a.

Rover-stone: Finsbury (8), p. 31a.

Royal Arms, see under Heraldry.

Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 11a (Plates, list of, p. v);

" " Road, Chelsea, p. 13a.

" United Service Institute, Westminster (26), p. 125b.

Rubens, painted ceiling by: Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 125b (Plate 195).

Rumbold, William, 1667, and his wife (daughter of — Barclay, Esq.) floor-slab to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Rupert of the Rhine, Prince, arms (painted canvas): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Rush, Samuel, 1710, Elizabeth his daughter, 1703, and four children of Samuel Rush, junr., 1713, tablet to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93b.

Russell, see Bedford, Earl of.

Russell House, Streatham (15), p. 98b (Plate 7).

" Street, Great, Holborn (10) (11), p. 60 (Plate 103).

Ruyz, see Vergara.

Ryder, John, seating made by, 1613: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28b.

Sabina, Hersilia, medallion-bust of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.

Sackville, Anne, see Dacre.

Saffron Hill, Liberty of, Holborn, p. 43a.

Saints, see under individual names; for buildings dedicated to, see Churches.

St. Albans, Earl of, see Jermyn.

St. Andrew Street, Little, Holborn (13), p. 61a.

St. Andrew's Schools, Holborn (24), p. 63b.

St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, Priory of, land formerly in possession of: Islington (2), p. 64a.

St. Clement Danes, boundary stone of parish of, dated 1693: Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51b.

St. Davids, Bishop of, see Womack.

St. Davids, See of, arms (glass): Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.

St. Delis, Louis de, Marquis of Heucourt, 1703, floor-slab to: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b.

St. Dunstan's, Regent's Park, clock and figures at: St. Marylebone (2), p. 87a (Plates 101, 170).

St. George's College, Red Lion Square, Holborn (18), p. 62b.

St. James' Palace (built by Henry VIII on site of the Hospital of St. James) Westminster (29), p. 128a (Plans, pp. 129, 130; Plates 198–208).

" " Park, pp. 1, 134b, 148a (Plate 227).

" " Square, Westminster (33), p. 135b.

" " Street, Westminster (75), p. 146b.

St. John:
-, Arms, etc. (glass): St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6a.
-, Sir Oliver St. John, Viscount Grandison, etc., 1630, Lord, Deputy of Ireland, coffin-plate to, also wall-monument with busts of himself and wife: St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6a (Plate 11).

St. John of Jerusalem. English Headquarters of Order of: Finsbury (2), p. 17a; arms, see under Heraldry; Priory of: Finsbury (4), p. 19b; (6) p. 30b; Prior of, see Botyll.

St. John's Gate, Finsbury (4), p. 19b (Plan, p. 20; Plates 16, 33).

" " Lane, Finsbury (4), p. 19b.

" " Square, Finsbury (2), p. 16b; (6), p. 30b.

St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 88a.

St. Margaret, Westminster, portion of parish of, see Borough of Kensington, p. 67a.

St. Mark's College (formerly Stanley House), Chelsea (16), p. 15b.

St. Marylebone, Borough of, pp. 86–7.

St. Pancras, Borough of, pp. 87–90.

St. Stephen's Cloister, Westminster (24), pp. 121a, 123b.

" " Palace, Westminster (24), p. 121a.

Saints, see under individual names; for buildings dedicated to, see Churches.

Salisbury, Earl of, see Cecil.

" See of, arms: All Saints', Fulham (1) (glass), p. 32a.

" Salomon," see Solomon.

Salvers, see Plate, Church.

Salwyn, Jasper, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Sancho Panza, see Panza, Sancho.

Sancroft, Archbishop, arms: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b; monument of Archbishop Matthew Parker, 1575, replaced by: Lambeth Palace Chapel, Lambeth (2), p. 82a.

Sandford Manor House, Fulham (5), p. 33b.

Sands, Ursula, see Hungerford.

Sarcophagus, Roman, Westminster (1), p. 99b; (4), p. 100a.

Sare, Catherine, wife of Richard, 1706, floor-slab to: St. Pancras (old) Church, St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Saris, John, 1643, and Anne (Migges) 1622(?) his wife, floor-slab to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Saunders, Margaret, see Hornebolt.

Saunderson or Sanderson, Thomas, arms of: Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 48a, 50a.

Savage, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Savill:
-, Arms (before 1550), see under Heraldry.
-, Henry and Margaret (Fowler) his wife, 1546, brass of: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 64a.

Savoy Chapel (between Savoy Street and Savoy Steps): Westminster (21), p. 118a.

" Liberty of the, Borough of Westminster, p. 99b.

Schmidt, Bernard, organs built by: (1671), St. Giles in the Fields, Holborn (1), p. 43a; (1690), St. Clement Danes', Westminster (10), p. 108b.

Schomberg House (the old War Office), built c. 1698 by the 3rd Duke of Schomberg: Westminster (32), p. 135a (Plate 159).

Scott:
-, Elizabeth (Howland), wife of Humphrey, see Howland.
-, Margaret, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.
-, Mary, wife successively of Richard Lusher and Thomas Knyvett, see Knyvett.
-, Robert, Quartermaster-General to the King of Sweden etc., 1631, bust of: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.

Screens, Wooden:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 5.
-, In Churches and Chapels:
-, 17th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 28a (Plate 52); Lambeth (2), p. 82a (Plates 8, 130–1); Westminster (10), p. 109b.
-, In Houses:
-, 16th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 24b (Plate 42); Holborn (6), p. 54a (Plates 86, 87); (7), p. 59a (Plates 95, 96); Lambeth (2), p. 82b.
-, 17th-century: Holborn (5), p. 50b (Plates 78, 79).
-, c. 1700: Fulham (6), p. 35b.

Scriven, Sept. . . ., 1707, slab to: St. Nicholas, Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth (4), p. 96a.

Scroggs, Sir William, Chief Justice, arms, 1678 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Searle, Esther, see Bateman.

Seating:
-, In Churches:
-,-, See also Sedilia and Sectional Preface, p. 5.
-,-, Chairs, see under Furniture.
-,-, Misericords: 14th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 89b (Plates 142–3).
-,-, Stalls, Benches, Bench-ends, Pews, etc. 14th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 89a (Plates 139–41). 15th-century: Westminster (8), p. 104a. 16th-century: St. Pancras (2), p. 89b (Plate 139). 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 11a; (2), p. 12a; Finsbury (5), p. 28a (Plate 100) and b; Holborn (5), p. 50a (Plates 8); Lambeth (2), p. 82b (Plates 8); Westminster (9), p. 106a; (10), p. 109b; (22), p. 119b (Plate 8). Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (10), p. 109b (wrought-iron work); (18), p. 117a.

Sebastian, St., figure of, on alms-dish: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 104a.

Secular Buildings, see Sectional Preface, p. 3, and Architecture, Domestic.

Sedilia:
-, c. 1300: Holborn (4), p. 44b.
-, 15th-century: St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Sees, English, arms (glass), Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b; see also Canterbury, See of; London, See of, etc.

Seintlo, Sir William, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Serle, arms: Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51b.

" Court, now known as New Square, Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 45b.

Seymour:
-, Arms (glass): Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 24b.
-, Thomas, 1600, and Esabel (Onley), 1619, his wife, monument with effigies of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a (Plate 152).

Shafto, Sir Robert, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Sheffield, Rt. Hon. Edmond, Lord Sheffield, Earl of Mulgrave, Baron Butterwick, K.G., 1646, tablet to: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b.

Sheldon:
-, Arms (glass): Gray's Inn Chapel, Holborn (6), p. 55a.
-, Archbishop, arms, 1663: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b.
-, William, 1700, Elizabeth, his wife, 1708, and William Chambers, 1714, slab to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93b.

Shields-of-arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Shirley (?), arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Shrewsbury House, remains of: Chelsea, (6), p. 13b.

Sidgrave, James, 1707, " 21 years housekeeper of this Hospital," floor-slab to: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28a.

Sidney:
-, Henry, Earl of Romney, 1704, monument to: St. James', Piccadilly, Westminster (11), p. 111b.
-, Robert, 1st Earl of Leicester, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Simnell, Jane, daughter of Michael, see Barnet.

Simon, St., figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b (Plates 233, 234).

Skyper, John, 1519, Clement Byrd and Agnes, their wife, brass to: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 64a.

Slabs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Sloane, Sir Hans, Roman remains in possession of: Westminster (5), p. 100a.

Smirke, Sir Robert, buildings restored under supervision of: Westminster Hall, Westminster (24), p. 121a; Banqueting House, Whitehall: Westminster (26), p. 125b.

Smith:
-, Arms on church-plate of 1656: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 38a.
-, Henry, 1627, Alderman of London, brass to and monument with effigy of: All Saints', Wandsworth (5), p. 96a (Plate 11).
-, James, Alderman of London, 1667, and Sarah (Cotton), his second wife, 1680–1, monument with bust of man and figures of women: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b (Plate 11).
-, Sir John, arms, 1702 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Mary, see Hutcheson.
-, Peter, 1700, Mary Elders, 1701, Francis Ball, 1705, and Rachel Dongworth, 1735, widow of Peter Smith, tablet to: St. Anne's, Soho, Westminster (9), p. 105b.
-, Thomas, 1609, monument to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a (Plate 62).
-, Thomas, 1707, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Smith Square, Westminster (16), p. 115b.

Soane, Sir John, Chelsea Hospital Infirmary built from designs of, Chelsea (3), p. 13a; restoration of Westminster Hall by: Westminster (24), p. 121a; restoration by (c. 1829–37): Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 125b; building by (1824–8): Treasury, Westminster (28), p. 128a.

Soane Museum, 17th-century plan of Holland House now in: Kensington (3), p. 75a.

Soho, St. Anne's Church, Westminster (9), p. 104a.

" Square, Westminster (23), p. 121a; (65–6) (69), pp. 144b, 145a and b (Plate 6).

Solomon ('Salomon'), figure of (glass): St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b.

Somerset:
-, Protector, buildings destroyed by: Finsbury (2), p. 17a.
-, Sarah, Duchess Dowager of, church-plate given by: Westminster (8), p. 103b.

Sopps, Edward, 1714, also his children, Charles, 1699, Margaret, 1705, and Mary, 1706, head-stone to: Royal Hospital Graveyard, Chelsea (2), p. 13a.

Sounding-boards:
-, 17th-century column, etc., formerly supporting sounding-board: St. Pancras (2), p. 89a (Plate 139) and b.
-, Early 18th-century: Holborn (5) p. 50a.

South Kensington Museum (Victoria and Albert), church-plate belonging to St. Mary Abbots', Kensington, lent to: Kensington (1), p. 68a; 12th-century carved capitals from Westminster Hall now in: Westminster (24), p. 123a; doorway and head of 21, Queen Anne's Gate, now in: Westminster (39), p. 140a.

South Square, Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 56b (Plate 89).

Southampton, Earl of, see Wriothesley.

" Road, St. Pancras (3), p. 89b.

Southwell?, John, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Sovereigns of England, 17th-century list of (painted): Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66a.

Sowtherne, William, 1704, head-stone to: St. Mary's, St. Marylebone (1), p. 87a.

Spelman, Sir Henry, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Spencer or Spenser:
-, Sir John, c. 1600, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.
-, Sir John (1570–1609), owner and rebuilder of Canonbury House, p. 64b; arms, p. 66a: Islington (2).
-, John Spencer of Offly, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b.
-, Robert, 1st Lord Spencer of Wormleighton, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b.
-, Thomas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.
-, Thomas Spencer of Claredon, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b.

Spooner, Elizabeth, wife of Abraham, 1690, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 64a.

Spoons, see Plate, Church.

Spragg, Ann (Chamberlayne), wife of John, 1691, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.

Stables, Elizabeth, 1714, slab to: Huguenot Burial Ground: Wandsworth (6), p. 96b.

Stafford:
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.
-, Arms, 1623 (glass) (for Lady Mary Stafford, 3rd wife of George Nevill, 5th Lord Abergavenny): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b; 1686, Westminster (76), p. 146b.
-, Anne, see Holland.
-, Dorothy (Stafford), widow of Sir William, 1604, tablet with effigy of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b (Plate 151).

Stafford Street, Westminster (76), p. 146b.

Stained Glass, see Glass.

Staircases (most worthy of mention):
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. 5.
-, In Churches:
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (1), p. 11a.
-,-, 17th or 18th-century: Westminster (22), p. 121a.
-, In Houses:
-,-, 15th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 83a.
-,-, 16th-century: Finsbury (5), pp. 25b (Plates 43, 53), 30a; Holborn (5), p. 48a; Islington (2), p. 64b; Lambeth (2), p. 83a (Plate 129); Westminster (29) p. 131a.
-,-, 17th-century: Battersea (5), p. 7b; Chelsea (2), p. 12b (Plate 89); Finsbury (4), p. 21a (Plate 33); Fulham (5), p. 34a; (9), p. 36b; Hammersmith (13), p. 39a; Hampstead (6), p. 40b (Plate 6); (14), p. 41b; Holborn (5), p. 52a; (6), pp. 55b, 56a and b; 57a and b; (10), p. 60b; (12), p. 61a; (19), p. 62b; (23), p. 63a and b; Islington (2), pp. 66b, 67a; Kensington (2), pp. 71a and b, 72a (Plates 7, 109, 113); (3), p. 77b (Plate 124); Lambeth (2), p. 84b (Plates 129); St. Pancras (4) (5) (7) (8) (9), p. 90a and b (Plate 6); Stoke Newington (3) (4), p. 92b; (5), p. 93a; Wandsworth (11), p. 98a; (15), p. 98b (Plate 7); Westminster (44–6), p. 142a; (58), p. 144a; (59) (60), p. 144a; (65–7), p. 145a (Plate 6).
-,-, c. 1700: Battersea (2), p. 6b; Holborn (15), p. 61b; Westminster (37), p. 137b.
-,-, 17th or early 18th-century: Hampstead (5), p. 40a; (9), p. 41a; (13), p. 41b; (16), p. 41b; (21–2), p. 42a; Westminster (48), p. 142b (Plate 7).
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Battersea (6), p. 7b; Chelsea (12), p. 15a; Fulham (11), p. 37a; Hammersmith (10), p. 39a; (18), p. 39b; Hampstead (14), p. 41b; (19), p. 42a; (23), p. 42b (Plate 6); (25), p. 42b; Holborn (14) (15), p. 61b; (17), p. 62a; (18), p. 62b; Kensington (2), p. 72a; (4) (5), p. 78a; Stoke Newington (5), p. 93a; Wandsworth (7), p. 97b (Plate 7); (9), p. 98a; Westminster (30), p. 134a and b (Plates 109); (35), p. 136a; (39), pp. 139a and b (Plate 230), 140a and b, 141a; (49), p. 142b; (50), p. 143a; (57), p. 143b; (62–4), p. 144b; (69), p. 145b; (72–4), p. 146a; (75) (77–8), p. 146b; (80), p. 147a (Plate 6).

Stalls, see under Seating.

Staltwood, Benjamin, Danvers Street, Chelsea, begun by 1696: Chelsea (9), p. 14a.

Stand-patens, see Plate, Church.

Stanfield House, Hampstead (22), p. 42a.

Stanley:
-, Earl of Derby, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.
-, Edward, 3rd Earl of Derby, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Sir Robert, K.B., 1632, monument with busts of himself and his two children, Fardinand and Henrite Maria: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10a.

Stanley House (now St. Mark's College): Chelsea (16), p. 15b.

Staple Inn (an Inn of Chancery early in the 15th century): Holborn (7), p. 57b (Plan, p. 58; Plates, list of, p. vii).

Stapney, arms (glass): All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32a.

Starling, Sir Samuel, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 55a.

Statues: Queen Anne: Westminster (39), p. 140a (Plate 226); Charles I: Trafalgar Square, Westminster (83), p. 147b (Plate 195); Charles II: Chelsea (2), p. 12b (Plate 227); James II: St. James' Park, Westminster (84), p. 148a (Plate 227).

Stephen, St., Martyrdom of, etc., carved bosses: St. Mary's Chapel, Westminster (24), pp. 123a, 124b; building dedicated to, see under Churches.

", Cloister of, Westminster (24), p. 123b.

Sterlinge, George, arms, 1654 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Stevenage, Lieut. William, 1709, his son William, 1709, and his wife Lucy, 1713, floor-slab to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Steward:
-, Alice, daughter of Simon, 1578, effigy of: Chapel Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118b.
-, John, 1633, monument to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Stewart, Robert, 1714, monument with medallion of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Stoke Newington, Borough of, pp. 91–93.

Stone:
-, John, monument by (to Edward Martin, 1655): St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.
-, Nicholas: Arcade designed by, p. 26b; monument of John Law, 1614, and also effigy of Thomas Sutton by: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 27b; gate piers by, from designs of Inigo Jones: Kensington (3), p. 77b; font by, St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a; York Gate executed by, from the designs of Inigo Jones, in 1626: Westminster (36), p. 136b.

Stonehouse, Ann, see Cave.

Strafford, Earl of, see Wentworth.

Strand, Westminster (10), p. 106a; (13), p. 113a; (40–43), p. 141a.

" Lane, plunge-bath in (probably Roman): Westminster (2), p. 99b.

Stratton, Richard, 1712, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Streatham, parish of, see Borough of Wandsworth, pp. 94b, 98b.

" Street, Holborn (21), p. 63a.

Streeter, Robert and Gerard Johnson, overmantels by, erected 1689–91: Kensington Palace, Kensington (2), p. 71b.

Street-name tablets, Westminster (70). p. 145b; (76), p. 146b; (86), p. 148b.

Stringer, Sir Thomas, arms, 1677 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Stuart, arms, see Royal Arms, under Heraldry.

Sueur, Hubert le, Statue of Charles I, cast by, in 1633 (erected 1674): Trafalgar Square, Westminster (83), p. 147b.

Suffolk, Earls of, see Brandon also Howard.

Sundials:
-, 17th-century: Battersea (5), p. 7a; Chelsea (1), p. 11a; Hampstead (6), p. 40b; Westminster (10), p. 107b.
-, 17th or 18th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 24b.
-, Early 18th-century: Fulham (11), p. 37a; Holborn (6), p. 55a.

Surrey, County of, p. 1.

Sussex, Earl of, (see also Ratcliffe), arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Sutton:
-, Elizabeth, wife successively of John Dudley and Thomas Sutton, see Dudley.
-, Marie (Howard), wife of Edward Sutton, Lord Dudley, see Montpesson.
-, Thomas (d. 1611), founder of the "Hospital of King James" (now the Charterhouse) in 1611: Finsbury (5), p. 22a; Painting of, p. 24a; Monument of, with sculpture by Nicholas Stone and tomb by Bernard Jansen, p. 27b (Plates 35, 50, 51).

Sutton's Hospital: Finsbury (5), p. 21b.

Swan, see under Inns.

Swan Lane, Chelsea (5), p. 13b.

Swinglehurst, Anne, see Winter.

Tabernacle, The, Chapel known as (founded in the 17th century by Archbishop Tenison): Westminster (18), p. 116a.

Tableer, William, 1401, brass to: St. Paul's, Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93a.

Tables, see under Furniture and also Communion Tables.

Table-tombs in churchyards, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Tablets, Mural, see Wall-monuments under Monuments, Funeral.

Talbot, William, 1660, floor-slab to: St. Pancras (Old) Church: St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Tallard, Marshall, painting depicting surrender of: Marlborough House, Westminster (30), p. 134a (Plates 214).

Tapestries:
-, 17th-century:
-, Finsbury (5), p. 26a; Westminster (29), p. 132a (Plate 208).
-, Undated: Westminster (30), p. 134a.

Tarquin, medallion of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.

Tasburgh, Mary Frances (Monson), wife of Henry, 1706, floor-slab to: St. Pancras (Old) Church, St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Tatham, Samuel, 1691, tablet to: St. Clement Danes', Westminster (10), p. 108a.

Taton or Tatton:
-, William, see Moseley.
-, Marlborough, see Bull.

Taverner, John, Rector, 1638, tablet to: St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a.

Tavistock Hotel, Westminster (55), p. 143b.

Tayler or Taylor:
-, Elizabeth, wife of Henry, 1680, cartouche to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a.
-, Judith, wife of John, 1713, James, their son, 1713, and John Taylor, 1729, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 92a.
-, Richard, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Temple Bar, Roman remains found on site of new Law Courts in 1871: Westminster (6), p. 100a.

Tenison, Archbishop, arms, 1694: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b; chapel known as the Tabernacle founded by, late in the 17th century: Westminster (18), p. 116a.

Terrace House (now part of St. John's College): Battersea (5), p. 7a.

Thanet House (formerly), Great Russell St., Holborn (11), p. 60b; carved stone, etc., possibly from: Holborn (17), p. 62a.

Thomas, St., figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b (Plate 232); buildings dedicated to, see under Churches.

" of Canterbury, St., niche formerly containing image of: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 83a.

Thompson or Tompson:
-, John, 1665, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Clapham, Wandsworth (1), p. 93b.
-, Robert, LL.D., 1683–4, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1), p. 79a.
-, William, inscription concerning: St. Clement Danes', Westminster (10), p. 107b.
-, Utrecia, 1684, and Frances, 1686, daughters of John, head-stone to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.
-, Utrecia, 1691, and her husband, John, 1700, tablet to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p.112b.

Thornhill, Sir James, paintings by: Roehampton House, Wandsworth (7), p. 97b; Norfolk House, St. James' Square, Westminster (33), p. 135b.

Thornton, Thomas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Thorold, Sir Anthony, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Thorp,-e:
-, John, and Isabella, his wife, parents of Sir William Thorp, formerly " Master of this College" (St. Lawrence, Pountney), 15th-century brass to (palimpsest on back of brass to John Welbek, 1476): St. Mary's, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.
-, John, house perfected by: Kensington (3), p. 75a.

Throckmorton, John, 1664, fragment of monument to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Thurloe, John, Secretary of State to the Protector Oliver, 1667, floor-slab to: Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Thurston, John, 1713, floor-slab to: Christchurch, Victoria Street, Westminster (17), p. 116a.

Tijou, Jean, iron-work by, p. 5.

Tillotson, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms: (glass) Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a; Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), pp. 85b, 86a.

Time, figure of, on Sutton's tomb: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 27b.

Tipping, Elizabeth, 1686, floor-slab to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Tirell, Margaret, widow of Robert Peter, see English.

Tirwhitt, Frances, see Monson.

Tite Street, Chelsea, p. 13a.

Tobacco-box, 17th-century: Westminster (10), p. 108b.

Tomb-stones, see Head-stones under Monuments, Funeral.

Tomkyns, Alexander, 1615, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Tompion floor-clock, early 18th-century: St. Paul's, Covent Garden, Westminster (14), p. 115a.

Tompson, see Thompson above.

Tooke, Andrew, tablet to, c. 1700: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28a.

Tooker, Giles, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Tooth, Jane, wife of James, see Dering.

Tooting Graveney, parish of, see Borough of Wandsworth, pp. 95b, 98b.

Torin, Daniel, 1700, and John Malegoe, table-tomb to: Huguenot Burial Ground, Wandsworth (6), p. 96b.

Torrigiani, Pietro, monument of Dr. Yong, 1516, by: Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b (Plate 169).

Towers, see Sectional Preface, p. 2.

Toxophilite Society, tablet to Sir William Wood, 1691, restored by, 1791: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16b.

Tracy (?), arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Trafalgar Square, Westminster (12), p. 112a; (83), p. 147.

Trayle, Thomas, arms (glass): Staple Inn, Holborn (7), p. 59a.

Treasury, The, Whitehall, Westminster (28), p. 128a.

Trinity, The: St. Mary's, Lambeth (1) (Pentwyn brass), p. 79a; buildings dedicated to, see under Churches.

Troutbeck, John, 1684, and Frances (Gaudy), his wife, 1683, monument to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Truro, Lord, see Roberts.

Trussell, Mary, see Greene.

Tucker, Mary (Hungerford), widow of William Platt and afterwards wife of Edward Tucker, see Platt.

Tudor, arms, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Tunstall, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Turner:
-, James, 1709, slab to: St. Nicholas', Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth (4), p. 95b.
-, Timothy, 1669, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, William, 1714, slab to: St. Nicholas', Tooting Graveney, Wandsworth (4), p. 95b.

Turton, Sir John, 1696, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Tyldesley, Sir Thomas, arms, 1606 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Tyler, Wat, buildings destroyed by, 1381: Finsbury (2), p. 17a.

Tyllney, Edmund, 1610, Master of the Revels to Queen Elizabeth and James I, and his parents, Phillip and Malin, tablet to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95a.

Undercrofts, see Crypts.

United Service Institute, Royal, Westminster (26), p. 125b.

Universities, English, arms (glass): Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.

Upper Mall, Hammersmith, p. 39a.

" Street, Islington (1), p. 63b.

Uvedal, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Valence, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Valladolid Cathedral (Spain), monument from: St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 19a (Plate 35).

Van Bluck, see Bluck, van.

Vandan, Cornelius, 1577, tablet with bust of: St. Margaret's, Westminster (2), p. 102b (Plate 151).

Vanders, des, arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Vaulting:
-, Barrel Vaults:
-,-, 11th-century: Westminster (24), p. 121b.
-,-, 15th-century: Holborn (5), p. 51a.
-,-, Mediaeval: Finsbury (2), p. 18b.
-,-, 16th-century: Finsbury (5), p. 30a (Plate 57).
-,-, 17th-century: Westminster (29), p. 132b.
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (13), p. 114b.
-, Fan Vaults:
-,-, 16th-century: Wandsworth (2), p. 93b (Plate 146); Westminster (24), p. 124a (Plates 179, 184–191).
-, Groined Vaults:
-,-, 17th-century: Chelsea (2), p. 12b; Westminster (26), pp. 125b, 126a; (29), p. 132b.
-,-, Early 18th-century (before 1715): Westminster (31), p. 135a.
-, Lierne Vaults:
-,-, 14th-century: Westminster (24), p. 123a (Plate 181–3).
-,-, 15th-century: Chelsea (10), p. 14a.
-,-, 17th-century: Holborn (5), p. 48b (Plate 74).
-, Ribbed Vaults:
-,-, 12th-century: Finsbury (2), p. 18a and b (Plate 32).
-,-, 13th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 80a.
-,-, 14th-century: Westminster (25), p. 125a (Plates 192–193).
-,-, 15th-century: Lambeth (2), p. 86a.
-,-, 16th-century: Finsbury (4), p. 20b; (5), p. 27a (Plate 56); Westminster (27), p. 127b (Plate 197).
-, Destroyed Vaults, etc.:
-,-, 12th-century: Finsbury (2), pp. 17b–18a.
-,-, 16th-century: Holborn (5), p. 47b.

Venus, painted figure (ceiling): Holborn (10), p. 60b (Plate 103); tapestry representing: St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 132a.

Vergara, Juan Ruyz de, Proctor of the Langue of Castile from 1575, monument with effigy of (formerly in Valladolid Cathedral): St. John's, Clerkenwell, Finsbury (2), p. 19a (Plate 35).

Verger's Staff, see Beadles' Staffs, under Plate, Church.

Verney. Crest, also name 'Christiana Verney' inscribed on communion-cup of 1697: St. Mary Abbots', Kensington (1), p. 68a.

Verrio, Andrew, painting of Charles II by: Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 12a.

Verulam, Lord, see Bacon.

Vespasianus, Titus, medallion-bust of: Canonbury House, Islington (2), p. 66b.

Vestment, 16th-century: Westminster (18), p. 117a.

Vicarage Road, Battersea, p. 7b.

Victoria and Albert Museum, see South Kensington Museum.

" Hospital for Children (formerly Gough House): Chelsea (4), p. 13a.

" Queen, birth-place of: Kensington Palace, Kensington (2), p. 67a.

" Street, Westminster (17), p. 116a.

Victory, allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Villiers, arms: York Gate, Westminster (36), p. 137a.

" Street, Westminster (49), p. 142b.

Vincent, Lady Elizabeth, 1685, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Vine House, Hampstead Square, Hampstead (8), p. 41a.

Vineyard, The, Fulham (9), p. 36b.

Virgin, The, figures of: St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 91b; St. Margaret's, Westminster (8) (glass), p. 102a; St. Thomas', Regent Street, Westminster (18), (Coronation of—embroidered on vestment), p. 117a.

Virgin and Child, figures of: St. Mary's, Stoke Newington (1), p. 91a (glass); St. George's, Hanover Square, Westminster (15), p. 115b (glass) (Plate 165); St. Thomas', Westminster (18), p. 117a (painting); Chapel Royal, Savoy, Westminster (21), p. 118b; St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster (24), p. 124b (carving).

Virtues, The, allegorical representations of: Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 12b; Charterhouse, Finsbury (3), pp. 24a, 26a, 27b (Plate 47); New River Head, Finsbury (7), p. 30b (Plate 59); Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49b; Holland House, Kensington (3), p. 77a; St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89b; Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a; Greycoat Hospital, Westminster (37), p. 137b.

Vulcan, representations of (tapestry): St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 132a.

Wade, Sarah, wife of Bryan, 1710, floor-slab to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 11a.

Wailes, —, glass restored by, in 1847; Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.

Wales, Prince of, see Henry, Prince of Wales.

Wall (?), Jacob, early 18th-century head-stone to: St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6a.

Waller, Thomas, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Wall-monuments, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Walmesley, Sir Thomas, arms (glass): Staple Inn, Holborn (7), p. 59a.

Walpole House (formerly in possession of Sir Robert Walpole), now Chelsea Hospital Infirmary: Chelsea (3), p. 13a.

Walter:
-, John, grocer, 1713, floor-slab to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103b.
-, Hubert, buildings erected by: Lambeth (2), p. 79b.

Waltham Abbey, glass given by Henry VIII to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102a.

Wandesford, Roland (arms) (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Wandsworth, Borough of, pp. 93–99; parish of, pp. 96a– 98b.

" Plain, Wandsworth (22), p. 99a.

War Office (old) (now Schomberg House), Westminster (32), p. 135a.

Warburton or Warbuton, Sir Peter, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), pp. 49a, 51a; Staple Inn, Holborn (7), p. 59a.

Wardour Street, Westminster (70), p. 145b.

Warenne, arms before 1550, see under Heraldry.

Warwick, Earls of (Holland and Warwick), see Rich.

" House, Gray's Inn Place, Holborn (6), p. 57a.

Wash House Court, Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28b (Plates 54–56).

Watch-house, perhaps 17th-century: Islington (3), p. 67a.

Water or Lollards' Tower, Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 79b, 83a.

Water House of New River Company, fittings from former: Finsbury (7), p. 30b.

Water-pipes, oak and stone:
-, 17th-century: Finsbury (7), p. 31a.

Water Supply, London's, p. 1.

Waterson, William, 1710, and Edmund his son, 1713, tablet to: St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park, St. Pancras (2), p. 89a.

Watton, Thomas, arms (glass), 1559; Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Weather-vanes, see Iron-work under Metal-work.

Webb, John, 1701, and Margaratt, 1719, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Weddell, John, arms, 1702 (glass),: Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Welbek, John, 1476, and Agnes, his wife, 1478, brass of: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a.

Welch, Andrew, 1704, cartouche to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.

Weld, arms on paten: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 64a.

Well, The Clerk's (of very ancient origin): Finsbury (9), p. 31a.

Wells, See of, see Bath and Wells.

Wentworth:
-, Thomas, Lord, property granted to, in 1556: Islington (2), p. 64b.
-, Thomas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.
-, Thomas, Lord, Earl of Strafford, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a (Plate 3).

Wesleyan Kingsway Hall, church-plate at: Holborn (3), p. 44a.

West, arms before 1550, see under Heraldry.

" Bishop West's Chapel: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 93b.

" Lodge, Lower Mall, Hammersmith (11), p. 39a.

" Street Chapel, Holborn (3), p. 43b.

Western Terrace, Hammersmith, p. 39a.

Westminster, Borough of, pp. 99–148; portion of parish of St. Margaret, see Borough of Kensington, p. 67a.

" Abbey, see London, Vol. I.

" Abbey Precincts, Roman remains found in: Westminster (1), p. 99b.

" Abbot of, see Islip.

" City of, arms: Westminster (8), p. 103b.

" Convent of. Land upon which the Jewel House is built conveyed to Edward III by: Westminster (25), p. 124b.

" Hall, Westminster (24), p. 121a (Plans, pp. 120, 122); see also Sectional Preface, p. 3.

" Palace, remains of: Westminster (24), p. 121a (Plans, pp. 120, 122, Plates, list of, p. x).

Westmorland, Earl of, see Fane.

Weston:
-, Richard, 1677, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.
-, Sir William, Prior of St. John of Jerusalem, 1540, monument with effigy of: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16a.

Whitcomb Street, Westminster (59), p. 144a.

White, Margaret, wife of Joseph, 1687, tablet to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

White Bear, see under Inns.

Whitehall, Palace of, Westminster (26), p. 125b (Banqueting House); (27), p. 127b; (28), p. 128a.

" Gardens, Statue of James II set up in, 1686: Westminster (84), p. 148a.

Whitgift, Archbishop, arms: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 85b.

Whorwood, William, 1545, Attorney-General to Henry VIII, remains of brass shields from tomb of: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94a; arms, see under Heraldry.

Widdington, Sir Thomas, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Wightman, Philip and William, see under Bellfounders.

Wilkes, Alice, wife successively of Henry Robinson, William Elkin and Thomas Owen, see Owen.

William II, Westminster Hall built under: Westminster (24), p. 121a.

" III, arms, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; portrait-bust of: Finsbury. (7), p. 30b (Plate 59); Nottingham House purchased by, 1689, and Kensington Palace built on site of same: Kensington (2), pp. 67a, 68a.

" Bishop of Louth (1290–8), building perhaps by: Holborn (4), p. 44a.

William and Mary Yard, Westminster (71), p. 145b.

Williams, William, Solicitor-General, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Willimott, Nicholas, arms, 1669 (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54b.

Willis, Richard, 1640, and Elizabeth (Gibson), wife of Richard, junior, 1629, and others, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a.

Wilson, William Richard, 1708, and Martha, his sister, tablet to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 103a.

Wilton, Lord Grey of, see Grey.

Wiltshire, William and Joan, 1706, monument to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Winchester, Bishop of, see Morley.

Wincle, Jeremy, pulpit partly made by: Charterhouse, Finsbury (5), p. 28a.

Wind-dials:
-, 17th-century: Kensington (2) p. 71a (Plate 111).
-, 17th or 18th-century: Westminster (85), p. 148b.

Winde, Captain William, Powis or Newcastle House built from designs of: Holborn (8), p. 59b.

Wingfield or Wingfeild:
-, Catherine, see Bacon.
-, Sir Humphrey, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 55a.
-, (Sir) Richard, arms (glass): Gray's Inn, Holborn (6), p. 54a.

Winter or Wynter:
-, Edward, 1685–6, tablet with bust of: St. Mary's, Battersea (1), p. 6a.
-, Thomas, 1681, and Anne (Swinglehurst), his wife, 1689, monument to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 32b.

Wisdom, allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Wiseman, Elizabeth, wife of Mark, 1643, floor-slab to: St. Leonard's, Streatham, Wandsworth (3), p. 95b.

Wittewrong, James, 1697, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Wix's Lane, Clapham Common, Wandsworth (25), p. 99a.

Wollaston, Philadelphia, wife of Thomas, early 17th-century monument with effigy of: St. Pancras (Old) Church, St. Pancras (1), p. 88a.

Wolley, Francis, 1659, tablet to: St. Paul's, Hammersmith (2), p. 37b.

Wolsey, Cardinal, arms, see under Heraldry; remains of building probably erected by: Westminster (28), p. 128a.

Womack, Laurence, 1685, Bishop of St. Davids, and Anne, his only daughter, monument to: St. Margaret's, Westminster (8), p. 102b.

Wood:
-, Abigail, see Guilford.
-, Sir William, 1691, tablet to: St. James', Clerkenwell, Finsbury (1), p. 16b.

Woodcock:
-, Robert, 1710, tablet to: All Saints', Chelsea (1), p. 10b.
-, Sir Thomas, 1679, Barbara, his wife, 1673, and three sons, Charles, 1673, Edward, 1699, and John, 1703, tablet to: St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster (12), p. 112b.

Woodrofe, Mary, wife of David, 1705, tablet to: St. Mary's, Islington (1), p. 64a.

Woodward:
-, Godfrey, 1701, floor-slab to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.
-, Thomas, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Woodwork, details of, illustrated (Plates 1, 8, 68, 100, 129, 139–143).

Worcester, John Bell, Bishop of, see Bell.

" See of, arms (glass): Fulham Palace, Fulham (6), p. 35b.

Wormleighton, Spencer of, see Spencer.

Worth, Jhon, incised name: Lambeth Palace, Lambeth (2), p. 84a.

Wounds, The Five, shield charged with: St. Stephen's Cloister, Westminster (24), p. 124a.

Wray, Sir Christopher, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Wren, Sir Christopher: architect of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea (2), p. 11a; alterations to Fulham Palace by: Fulham (6), p. 34a; Powis or Newcastle House, Great Queen Street, completed by, 1694: Holborn (8), p. 59b; building by, Kensington Palace: Kensington (2), p. 68a; St. Clement Danes rebuilt from designs of: Westminster (10), p. 106a; St. James', Piccadilly designed by: Westminster (11), p. 109b; Marlborough House designed by, for the 1st Duke of Marlborough: Westminster (30), p. 132b.

Wright:
-, Rebecca Wright alias Bunckley, see Atkins.
-, Sir Robert, 1688, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Wriothesley, Henry, K.G., Earl of Southampton, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 49a.

Wyatt:
-, Arms, before 1550, see under Heraldry.
-, James, building by, c. 1798: Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 125b.

Wyche, Benjamin, 1686, head-stone to: All Saints', Fulham (1), p. 33a.

Wymondesolde, Sir Robert, 1687, and his infant sons, Thomas, William and Robert, tablet to: St. Mary's, Putney, Wandsworth (2), p. 94b.

Wyndham, Sir Wadham, arms (glass): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

Wynne, —enus, sergeant-at-law, 16.., floor-slab to: Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 50a.

Wynter, see Winter above.

Yarwell, John, 1712, tablet to: St. Paul's, Covent Garden, Westminster (14), p. 115a.

York, James, Duke of, arms (painted canvas): Lincoln's Inn, Holborn (5), p. 51a.

" Gate, formerly water-gate of York House: Westminster (36), p. 136b (Plan, p. 136b; Plate 229).

" House, St. James' Palace, Westminster (29), p. 130a.

" Palace (or Whitehall Palace), remains of: Westminster (27), p. 127b.

York, See of, arms, see under Heraldry.

Younge, or Yong:
-, Dr. John, Master of the Rolls, 1516, monument with effigy of: Record Office Museum, Westminster (20), p. 117b (Plates 168, 169); arms, see under Heraldry.
-, Margarite, daughter of Sir George, see Hobbes.

Zachariah, figure of (glass): Lincoln's Inn Chapel, Holborn (5), p. 49a (Plate 232).

Zeal, allegorical figure of (ceiling): Banqueting House, Whitehall, Westminster (26), p. 127a.

Zinzendorf, Count, Lindsey House altered by, 1752: Chelsea (11), p. 14b.



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