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'Index', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in London, Volume 4: The City (1929), pp. 212-258. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=120273 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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INDEX.

Aaron, figure of (stone): from All Hallows the Great now in St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 189a; paintings of: on Reredoses in St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 27a; St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 30a; from St. Christopher le Stocks now in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; St. Stephen, Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85b; St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99b; St. Edmund Lombard Street, Langbourn (2), p. 170a; All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 180a.

Abbot, Catherine, daughter of Robert Abbott, see Lightfoot.

Abdy, Anthony, [1640] and Abigail, his wife, monument to: in St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.

Abergavenny or Bergavenny, Lord, see Neville.

Acton, arms of, see under Heraldry.

Adam and Eve, representation of: on Flemish 17th-century alms-dish in St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b.

Adam, Anne, silver-gilt dish given in memory of: to St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62b.

Adam's Brewery, Halstead, Essex, Fittings from All Hallows the Great now in Chapel of: Dowgate (1), p. 100b.

Adelmare, Julius Caesar, 1636, Judge of the Court of Admiralty, altar-tomb to: in St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a (Plate 127).

Admiralty, anchor, emblem of the: in St. Benet's Church, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a.

Agar, Thomas, 1673, tablet to: in Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a.

Agmondisham, John, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Agnes, St., see St. Anne and St. Agnes under Churches.

Agnus Dei, representations of: carved on Pulpit in St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b; embroidered on funeral pall in Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 37a; carved on tympanum of entrance doorway to Lamb Building, Farringdon Without (10), p. 151a; on rainwater head of Plowden Buildings, Farringdon Without (10), p. 155b; on keystone of archway to Middle Temple Gatehouse, Farringdon Without (10), p. 156b; on Communion Table in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167a.

Agrippa, St. Paul before, representation of: on portico of St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45b.

Aisry, Lucas, name inscribed on bracket: Coopers' Hall, Bassishaw (3), p. 14a.

Alabaster effigies:
-, 14th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a (Plate 17).
-, 15th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b (Plates 70–72).
-, 16th-century: Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a (Plate 21).
-, Undated: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b.

Alban, St.:
-, Churches dedicated to: see under Churches.
-, Figure possibly of: on beadle's staff-head in St. Alban, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b.
-, Church of: Westcliff, Font from St. Mary le Bow now in, p. 80b.

Albion Buildings, Nos. 15, 16 and 17: Farringdon Without (51), p. 165b.

Aldermanbury, No. 69: Cripplegate Within (8), p. 95b.

", No. 70: Cripplegate Within (9), p. 95b.

Aldersaye, Thomas, 1570, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Aldersgate Ward (Within and Without), pp. 1–4.

" parishes in: p. 1.

Aldgate Ward, pp. 4–13.

", parishes in: p. 4.

Alfrey, Joan, 1525, altar-tomb to: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a.

Allen, Thomas, 1698, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Alleyne, Densie, 1712–3, floor-slab to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 185a.

All Hallows, buildings dedicated to: see under Churches.

", Gospel Oak, fittings from All Hallows the Great now in: Dowgate (1), p. 100b.

All Souls, buildings dedicated to: see under Churches and Chapels.

Alms-dishes, see under Plate, Church.

Alphege, St.: buildings dedicated to: see under Churches.

Altar-frontal, 17th-century: Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90a.

Altar-tombs, see under Monuments.

Altars:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, Mediaeval:
-, Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Broad Street (2), p. 33b.

Ambrooke, . . ., late 17th-century floor-slab to: in St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.

Amen Corner, Nos. 3 and 4: Farringdon Within (14), p. 119a.

" Court: Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Canons' Houses, Farringdon Within (13), p. 118b.

" " brick piers to Gates; Farringdon Within (13), p. 119a.

" House, No. 12 Warwick Square: Farringdon Within (15), p. 119a.

Ameredith, Edward, 1574, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Amphitrite, carved figure possibly of: Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a.

Amsterdam, Candelabra and candlesticks from: in Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Aldgate (3), p. 11b.

Amy, Henry, 1687, and Richard his son, floor-slab to: in St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 29b.

Anchor, emblem of the Admiralty, representation of: in St. Benet's Church, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a.

Andrew, St.:
-, Churches dedicated to, see under Churches.
-, Cross of: St. Andrew Undershaft (glass), Aldgate (1), p. 7a; on cup and cover-paten in St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b.
-, Figure representing: St. Andrew Undershaft (glass), Aldgate (1), p. 7a; on pulpit candlesticks in St. Andrew Undershaft (brass), Aldgate (1), p. 8b; on head of beadle's staff in St. Andrew Undershaft (silver), Aldgate, (1) p. 8a; on St. Andrew's Court-house fireplace, Farringdon Without (15), p. 160a.
-, Painting representing: in St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without, (1) p. 122b.

Andrews, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Anne of Denmark, bust of Gideon de Laune, apothecary to: in Apothecaries' Hall, Farringdon Within (7), p. 115a.

" Queen, early 18th-century painting possibly representing apotheosis of: Queenhithe (4), p. 175b; arms, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; Cypher of: on sword-rest in St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 30b (Plate 44); on Reredos of St, Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 43b; on sword-rest in St. Swithin, Walbrook (2), p. 198b; Medallion probably representing head of: Parish Clerks' Hall (glass), Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b; Inscription recording rebuilding of Gatehouse of St. Bartholomew's Hospital during the reign of: Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b.

" St., churches dedicated to: see under Churches; name of: inscribed on bell in St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b.

Annunciation, The, representation of: carved on stone boss in St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.

Antholin, St., churches dedicated to: see under Churches.

Anthony, Francis 1623, physician, and John his son, 1655, also physician, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.

Antiquaries, Society of, plan of undercroft preserved in Library of: Cordwainer (6), p. 84a.

Antrobus, shield-of-arms of: St. Andrew Undershaft (glass), Aldgate (1), p. 7a.

Apostles, The, figures of: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45a; St. Edmund Lombard Street, Langbourn (2), p. 169b.

Apothecaries' Company, see under City Companies.

Appleton, Francis, see Goldsmith.

Apsley, William, flagon of 1640 given by: to St. Faith under St. Paul's, later in St. Augustine's and now in Victoria and Albert Museum, Farringdon Within (2), p. 108b.

Archer, Sir John, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Architecture:
-, Allegorical figure representing: The Monument, Bridge Street Within (2), p. 31a.
-, Ecclesiastical: see also Sectional Preface, p. xxiv, and Churches.
-,-, Dating from the 11th century: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 76b (Plan, p. 77).
-,-, Dating from the 12th century: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 123a (Plan, p. 124); Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 137a (Plan, p. 138); Tower (4), p. 185a.
-,-, Dating from the 13th century: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 19 (Plan, p. 20); All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 176a (Plan, p. 176); St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 180b (Plan, p. 181).
-,-, Dating from the 14th century: Tower of St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b; Tower of St. Anne and St. Agnes, Aldersgate (1), p. 1a (Plan, p. 2); Dutch Church or Jesus Temple formerly Austin Friars, Broad Street (2), p. 32b (Plan, p. 32); St. Paul's Cloister, etc., Castle Baynard (1), p. 52b (Plan, p. 44).
-,-, Dating from the 15th century: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 4b (Plan, p. 5); St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 8b (Plan, p. 8); St. Ethelburga, Bishopsgate (1), p. 18b (Plan, p. 19); St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 81a (Plan, p. 82); St. Mary Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 90b (Plan, p. 91); St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 134a (Plan, p. 135); St Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 120b (Plan, p. 120); St. Bartholomew the Less, Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a; All Hallows Staining, Langbourn (4), p. 170b.
-,-, Dating from the 16th century: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 96b (Plan, p. 97).
-,-, Dating from the 17th century: St. Anne and St. Agnes, Aldersgate (1), p. 1a (Plan, p. 2); St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 14b (Plan, p. 15); St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 16b (Plan, p. 17); St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 25b (Plan, p. 25); St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 27a (Plan, p. 28); St. Clement Eastcheap, Candlewick (1), p. 38a (Plan, p. 39); St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 40b (Plan, p. 41); St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 44b (Plans, pp. 44, 49); St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, Castle Baynard (2), p. 53a (Plan, p. 54); St. Benet Paul's Wharf, Castle Baynard (3), p. 54b (Plan, p. 55); St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 59b (Plan, p. 60); St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 71b (Plan, p. 72); St. Stephen, Coleman Street (2), p. 74b (Plan, p. 74); St. Olave Old Jewry, Coleman Street (3), p. 75b; St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 84a (Plan, p. 84); St. Peter, Cornhill (2), p. 85b (Plan, p. 86); St. Alban, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 89a (Plan, p. 89); Christ Church Newgate Street, Farringdon Within (1), p. 104a (Plan, p. 105); St. Augustine Old Change, Farringdon Within (2), p. 107b (Plan, p. 107); St. Martin Ludgate, Farringdon Within (3), p. 109a (Plan, p. 109); St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 111b (Plan, p. 112); St. Bride, Farringdon Without (4), p. 129b (Plan, p. 130); All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 166a (Plan, p. 166); St. Edmund King and Martyr, Langbourn (2), p. 168a (Plan, p. 169); St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, Queenhithe (1), p. 173a (Plan, p. 173); St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 186b (Plan, p. 187); St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 189b (Plan, p. 190); St. Stephen, Walbrook (1), p. 193b (Plan, p. 194); St. Swithin London Stone, Walbrook (2), p. 196b (Plan, p. 197).
-,-, Dating from the 18th century: Synagogue, Bevis Marks, Aldgate (3), p. 10b (Plan, p. 11).
-, Secular (Mediaeval): See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvii.
-,-, Dating from the 14th century: Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 34b (Plan, p. 35); Undercroft, Cordwainer (6), p. 83b; Inner Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (9), p. 143b (Plan, p. 144); Clifford's Inn, Farringdon Without (11), p. 156b (Plan, p. 157); Barnard's Inn, Farringdon Without (14), p. 159a.
-,-, Dating from the 15th century: The Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 63b (Plan, p. 64).

Armer, William, 1560, brass to: in All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178b.

Armour:
-, See also Brasses, Military, and Effigies, Military.
-, Funeral-achievements:
-, 16th-century: (cartouche-of-arms, funeral-helm, gauntlets, spurs, and wooden sword), Langbourn (3), p. 170b.
-, Funeral-helms:
-, 16th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a; see also above.
-, 17th-century: Bread Street (1), p. 26b.

Armourers' Hall, see under City Companies.

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

", see College of.

Arris, Edward, 1676, and Mary his wife, 1674, busts of: in St. Sepulchre's, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.

Arts, The, figures representing: in painting of Pegasus in Inner Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a.

Arundel, Thomas, 1707, and Priscilla his wife, 1712, floor-slab to: in St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

Asce, see Axe.

Ashefield, John, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Ashton, Elizabeth (Kaye), 1662, widow of Ralph Ashton, tablet to: in St. Botolph's, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.

Astry, shield-of-arms of: see under Heraldry.

Atkins, Edward, shield-of-arms of: Serjeants' Inn (glass), Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Atkinson, William, 1673, tablet to: in St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.

Atwood, Walter, 1683, floor-slab to: in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Audley:
-, George, Lord, see Touchet.
-, Sara, see Harvie.

Augsburg, cup of c. 1600 with plate marks of: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 63a.

Augustine, St. buildings dedicated to, see Churches.

Augustinian Priories:
-, St. Bartholomew the Great formerly the church of an: Farringdon Without (2), p. 123a.
-, Elsing Spital, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b.

Austin Friars, Priory of: founded by Humphrey Bohun, 1253, Broad Street (2), p. 32b; now Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 32b.

Austin Friars, No. 10, 14th century arch discovered under: Broad Street (2), p. 33b.

Austin Friars Square, remains of cloister preserved in: Broad Street (2), p. 33b.

Avenon, William, gift of archway to churchyard of St. Katharine Cree, 1631, by: Aldgate (2), p. 9a.

Awson, Henry, 1684, floor-slab to: in St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Axe (? Asce), Henry, 1699, tablet to: in St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b.

Ayliffe, Elizabeth, 1714–5, wife of Robert Ayliffe, floor-slab to: in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, Queenhithe (1), p. 174a.

Aylof, William, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Aylwin, Hannah, 1679, wife of Herbert Aylwin, floor-slab to: in St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a.

Babington, Jacob, 1708, and Margaret his wife, 1710, floor-slab to: in St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 29b.

Babthorp, Sir William, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Backwell, Mary, second wife of Edward Backwell, 1670, floor-slab to: in St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Bacon:
-, Sir Francis, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, John, 1437, and Joan his wife, brass to: in All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.
-, Sir Nicholas, 1579, mutilated effigy of: in crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 111).

Bagnall, Richard, 1702, Mary his wife, 1710, and Richard his son, 1704, floor-slab to: in St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Bail:
-, Anne, see Young.
-, Richard, 1617, floor-slab to: in St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 185a.

Bainton, Colonel Charles, 1712, floor-slab to: in St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; and with Elizabeth his wife, monument to: in St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Bakers' Company, see City Companies.

Baldachino:
-, Models in St. Paul's Cathedral for the: Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a.
-, Woodwork from a: formerly in Eton College Chapel and now in room over Dean's Vestry, St. Paul's Cathedral, c. 1700, Castle Baynard (1), p. 52b.

Baldwyn, Sir Samuel, 1683, tablet to: in Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.

Ball:
-, Richard, S. T. P., 1684, Chaplain to Charles II, floor-slab to: now in Churchyard of Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.
-, Thomas, 1679, Frances his wife, 1680, and Frances their daughter, wife of Benjamin Williams, 1685, monument to: St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 26b (Plate 26).

Balthorpe, Robert, 1591, monument to: St. Bartholomew the Less, Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a.

Balustrades, see Railings under Metalwork.

Banali, Jerome, 1585, monument to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179a.

Bancker, John, 1630, Flagon given by: St. Michael Bassishaw, now in St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 63a.

Banco, see under Furniture.

Banks, John, Church plate given to St. Vedast by: Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b.

Baptism of Candace's Eunuch, The, carved representation of: on font in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73a.

Barantine, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Barbers' Company, see under City Companies.

Barbon, Nicholas, M.D., Nos. 2 and 3 Essex Court built by: Farringdon Without (10), p. 154a; New Court built by: Farringdon Without (10), p. 155a: Nos. 3 and 6 Plowden Buildings built by: Farringdon Without (10), p. 155b.

Barcroft, Robert, 1679, and Mary (Hollingsworth) his wife, afterwards wife of Richard Husband, 1706, tablet to: St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b.

Barington, Sir Thomas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Barkely or Berkeley:
-, Edward, 1669, floor-slab to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.
-, Sir Maurice, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Sir Robert, 1632, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Barker:
-, Henry, glass given to Barbers' Hall by: Farringdon Within (8), p. 116b.
-, Samuel: name inscribed over door in Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Barnard:
-, Edward, 1660, floor-slab to: Churchyard of Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.
-, Lionel, property now known as Barnard's Inn Hall leased by Dean and Chapter of Lincoln to: Farringdon Without (14), p. 159a.

Barnard's Inn, see Inns of Court and Chancery.

Baron, Arthur, 1702, and Alexander his nephew, 1703, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Bartholomew, St.:
-, Churches dedicated to, see Churches.
-, Name inscribed on bell in St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b.

Bartlett:
-, Anthony, see under Bellfounders.
-, James, see under Bellfounders.
-, Thomas, see under Bellfounders.

Bartlett Buildings, Farringdon Without (40), p. 164b.

Basinghall Street, No. 22, on site of Weavers' Hall, Bassishaw (2), p. 14a.

Baskervile, Sir Simon, 1641, tablet to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 112).

Bassano, Margaret, 1620, wife of Arthur Bassano and Camela their daughter, 1622, wife of Henry Whitton, brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178b.

Bassishaw Ward, pp. 13–14; parish of St. Michael in: p. 13a.

Bate, John, Joan his wife, and Walter Hertford, monk of Christ Church, Canterbury, names and date 1466 on tapestry in Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4), p. 193a.

Bayninge, Andrew, 1610, and Paul, 1616, effigies of: in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b.

Bazin, Abraham, 1693, his father Germain, 1636, and others, slab to: from St. Benet Sherehog now in St. Stephen's Churchyard, Walbrook (1), p. 196a.

Beach:
-, Mary, see Hack.
-, Sir Richard, Commissioner of the Navy, flagon given by: to St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183b.

Beachcroft, Frances (Pooley), 1711, Joseph, her husband, 17 .., and Mary (Fuller), 17 .., his second wife, floor-slab to: in St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.

Beadles' Staves, see under Plate, Church.

Beake, Abraham, 1710, floor-slab to: St. Dunstan in the East, Tower (3), p. 185a.

Beare, John, 1696, and Dousabell his wife, 1688, floor-slab to: in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Beck, Richard, 1714, floor-slab to: in St. Peter, Cornhill (2), p. 87b.

Becket, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, see St. Thomas of Canterbury.

Beckford, Thomas, churchwarden, date 1672 and name of: on screen at St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a.

Beetle, see Death-watch beetle.

Bell:
-, Arms of family of: Girdlers' Hall, Bassishaw (1), p. 14a.
-, Robert: Master of Girdlers' Hall in 1634, carpet from Lahore presented by: Bassishaw (1), p. 14a.

Belle Sauvage Yard, sculptured sign in: Farringdon Without (53), p. 166a.

Bellfounders:
-, Bartlett, Anthony: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 6a; St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 26a; St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 42a; St. Stephen, Coleman Street (2), p. 75a; St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a; St. Edmund Lombard Street, Langbourn (2), p. 169b; St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a.
-, Bartlett, James: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 61a; St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73a; St. Stephen, Coleman Street (2), p. 75a; Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 140b; St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a; St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191a; St. Swithin, Walbrook (2), p. 197b.
-, Bartlett, Thomas: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 15b.
-, Bullisdon, Thomas: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b.
-, Crouch, Robert: St. Bartholomew the Less, Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a.
-, Darbie, John: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 112b.
-, Eldridge, Brian: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 6a.
-, Eldridge, William: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a; St. Mary Woolnoth, Langbourn (3), p. 170a.
-, Hodson, John: St. Martin Orgar, Candlewick (4), p. 44a; All Hallows the Great, Dowgate (1), p. 100a; St. Martin Ludgate, Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a.
-, Langhorne, John: St. Bartholomew the Less, Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a.
-, Mot, Robert: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 6a; St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 121b; St. Stephen, Walbrook (1), p. 195b.
-, Phelps, Richard: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 48b; St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 29a.
-, Rudhall, Abraham: St. Bride, Farringdon Without (4), p. 131b; St. Dunstan in the East, Tower (3), p. 184a.
-, Wightman, Philip: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 48b; St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191a.
-, Wightman, William: St. Martin Ludgate, Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a; St. Benet, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a.

Bells:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, English: 15th-century: Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a. 16th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 6a; Farringdon Without (1), p. 121b; Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b. 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 6a; Billingsgate (1), p. 15b; Bread Street (1), p. 26a; Candlewick, (2) p. 42a; Candlewick (4), p. 44a; Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a; Cheap (1), p. 61a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73a; Coleman Street (2), p. 75a; Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a; Dowgate (1), p. 100a; Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a; Farringdon Within (4), p. 112b; Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a; Farringdon Without (7), p. 140b; Langbourn (2), p. 169a; Langbourn (3), p. 170a; Queenhithe (3), p. 175a; Tower (2), p. 182a; Vintry (2), p. 191a; Walbrook (1), p. 195b; Walbrook (2), p. 197b. 18th-century (before 1714): Bridge Within (1), p. 29a; Castle Baynard (1), p. 48b; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90a; Farringdon Without (4), p. 131b; Tower (3), p. 184a; Vintry (2), p. 191a.
-,-, Flemish: 15th-century: Cheap (5), p. 71a; Langbourn (4), p. 170b.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, In St. Sepulchre: used in connection with Newgate executions, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.

Bence, Joan (Cotton), wife of John Bence, 1684, and widow of John Wood, monument to: in All Hallows, Broad Street (1), p. 32a.

Benedictine Nunnery, see Parish Church of St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 19a.

Benefactors, Tables of:
-, Ecclesiastical: St. Anne and St. Agnes, Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 27a; St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 30b (Plate 45); St. Clement Eastcheap, Candlewick (1), p. 38b; St. Martin Orgar, now in St. Clement Eastcheap, Candlewick (1), p. 38b; St. Benet, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56b; St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 63a; St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 81a; St. Martin Lugdate, Farringdon Within (3), p. 111b; St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 114a; All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 168a; St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, Queenhithe (1), p. 174a; St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 188a.
-, Secular: Coachmakers' Hall, Aldersgate (7), p. 4a; Cordwainers' Hall, Bread Street (2), p. 27a; Grocers' Hall, Cheap (5), p. 70b; Haberdashers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93b; Barbers' Hall, Farringdon Within (8), p. 116a.

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

Bennet, Thomas, 1706, monument to: in St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b; floor-slab to: in St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Bennett:
-, Isaac, Churchwarden of St. Giles, 1660, name of: inscribed on remains of gateway in churchyard, Cripplegate Without, p. 100a.
-, John, Inner Temple Gateway re-built 1610–11 by: Farringdon Without (20), p. 161a.

Benolt, Anne, see Radcliffe.

Berghe, William van den, 1704, floor-slab to: in Dutch Church, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Beri, Thomas, 1586, brass to: formerly in St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, now in St. Martin Ludgate, Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a.

Berkeley, see Barkely.

Bernard Monument, Moorish ornament found under the: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b.

Berners, Anne, see Blount.

Bestney, Katherine, 1609, daughter of Nicholas Bestney, brass to: formerly in Lambe's Chapel Monkwell Street, now in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a.

Betton, Ann, 1713, wife of Timothy Betton, floor-slab to: St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a.

Betts, William, Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1704, shield-of-arms of: (glass), Farringdon Without (14), p. 160a.

Bewley, Mary (Ford), 1658–9, wife of Thomas Bewley, tablet to: formerly in All Hallows Staining, now in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a (Plate 27).

Biddle, Benjamin, 1690, floor-slab to: in St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 29b.

Biggs, John, slab to: in churchyard of St. Michael, Queenhithe (3), p. 175a.

Billingsgate Ward, pp. 14–18; parishes in: p. 14b.

Billingsley, Elizabeth, wife of Henry Billingsley, 1577, tablet to: formerly in St. Katherine Coleman, now in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Bird:
-, Francis, carvings by: on St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45b; monument to Jane Wren by: in St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 112).
-, John, mazer-bowl made by: in St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99a.
-, William, see Mary Browning.

Bishopsgate Street Within, No. 74, Bishopsgate (4), p. 24b.

" " Without, No. 282, Bishopsgate (9), p. 25a.

" Ward (Within and Without), pp. 18–25; parishes in, p. 18b.

Bisshop, Roger, 1587, tablet with brass plate to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a.

Blackerby, Elizabeth, wife of Samuel Blackerby, 1691, Samuel Blackerby, 1714, Barnardiston, 1689 and Jane their daughters, and Lettice their granddaughter, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Blackfriars Priory or Dominican Convent, Apothecaries' Hall on the site of: Farringdon Within (7), p. 114a; remains of: Farringdon Within (5), p. 114a; (6), p. 114a.

Blagge, Mary, see Colclough.

Blaney, Cap. Bi., arms of: Cutlers' Hall (glass), Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.

Blount:
-, Anne (Berners), 1686–7, wife of Charles Blount, tablet to: St. Bride's, Farrington Without (4), p. 132a.
-, Charles, Earl of Devon, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Blyth, Francis, see Coston.

Boddington, James, achievement-of-arms of: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Bodley:
-, Anne, wife of Sir Thomas Bodley, founder of the Bodleian Library, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Less, Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a.
-, Denys, see Leveson.

Bohun, Humphrey, Earl of Hereford and Essex, Priory of Austin Friars, 1253, founded by: Broad Street (2), p. 32b.

Bolton, William, Prior of St. Bartholomew's, 1506, building by: Farringdon Without (2), p. 123b; 'bolt in tun' rebus of: Farringdon Without (2), p. 125a.

Bond:
-, Martin, 1643, monument to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a.
-, William, 1576, alderman, monumental effigy of: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a.

Bonde:
-, Agnes, 1552, widow of William Bonde, brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.
-, Anne, see Thynne.

Book-Cases, see under Furniture.

Books:
-, In Churches:
-,-, Bible of 1613: All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167a.
-,-, " 168–: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10a.
-,-, Comber, Thomas: "A Companion to the Temple," 1686, Queenhithe (1), p. 174a.
-,-, Correspondence, 26 Volumes of: with letters from William the Silent, Albrecht Dürer, Hoefnagel, etc., Broad Street (2), p. 34a.
-,-, Erasmus' Paraphrase of 1584–9; formerly in St. Benet Gracechurch, now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167a.
-,-, " " of 1555; St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b.
-,-, " " St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 6a.
-,-, Foxe's Acts and Monuments: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 6a.
-,-, St. Jerome's Vulgate, c. 1270, formerly belonging to the Trinity Chantry, now in St. Peter Cornhill (2), p. 87a.
-,-, Jewel's Apology, 1609: St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b.
-,-, Prayer book of 1633: St. Edmund Lombard Street, Langbourn (2), p. 169b.
-,-, " " 1662: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b.
-,-, Raleigh's History of the World: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 6a.
-,-, Theological works, mainly 18th-century: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73a.

Boothe, Charles Henry, 1713, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Bosquet, Judith, wife of Nicholas Bosquet, 1714–15, floor slab: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

Bosses, carved stone: Cheap (3), pp. 64a, b, 65b; Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b; Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a; Farringdon Without (18), p. 161a.

Botolph, St., buildings dedicated to: see under Churches.

Bouchier, Susan, 1690, and Margaret, daughters of Walter Bouchier, tablet to: St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122a.

Boughton, Henry, Sculptor, monument to Anthony Abdy by: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.

Boulter, Edward, alms-dish of 1709 given by: to St. Leonard Eastcheap, now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 168a.

Boundary Marks: Cheap (3), p. 65a; Cheap (9), p. 71b; Vintry (3), p. 192a.

Bow Churchyard, No. 8: Cordwainer (3), p. 83b.

Bowes:
-, Sir Martin, d. 1566, funeral-achievements of: St. Mary Woolnoth, Langbourn (3), p. 170b.
-, Tabard and pennons of the arms of: St. Mary Woolnoth, Langbourn (3), p. 170b.

Bradbarne, Edward, flagon of 1641 given to St. Vedast by: Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b.

Bradford, Thomas, 1677, arms of: Cutlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.

Bramston, Sir John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Brasiers' Hall, see Armourers' Hall under City Companies.

Brass Plates, see under Plates, brass.

Brasses, Monumental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, Civil (principal figures accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, inscription, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, Men: 15th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a; Tower (1), p. 178a, b. 16th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 6a; Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b (Plate 19); Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a; Farringdon Without (5), p. 132b; (7), p. 142a; Tower (1), p. 178a, b; (2), p. 182a.
-,-, Women: 15th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a; Tower (1), p. 178a. 16th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 6a; Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a; Farringdon Without (5), p. 132b; Tower (1), p. 178a, b; (2), p. 182a.
-, Ecclesiastical (principal figures with or without accompanying inscriptions, etc.):
-,-, 15th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Tower (1), p. 178a.
-,-, 16th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Tower (1), p. 178b.
-, Military (principal figures accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, inscriptions, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, 16th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Tower (1), p. 178b.
-, Inscriptions (accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, 14th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Tower (1), p. 178b.
-,-, 15th-century: Tower (1), p. 178a.
-,-, 16th-century: Tower (2), p. 182a.
-,-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (2), p. 3a; Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Broad Street (2), p. 33b; Farringdon Within (4), p. 112b; Farringdon Without (7), p. 140b; Tower (1), p. 178a, b; (2), p. 182a.
-,-, 18th-century: Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, Flemish: 16th-century: Tower (1), p. 178a.
-,-, Palimpsest: 16th-century: Tower (1), p. 178b.
-,-, Shields only: 16th-century: Tower (1), p. 178a.
-,-, Resurrection, The: 16th-century: Tower (1), p. 179b.
-, Indents:
-,-, Aldgate (1), p. 6a; Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b; Broad Street (2), p. 33b; Cheap (4), p. 70b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a; Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b; (5), p. 133b; (6), p. 136a; (7), p. 140b; Tower (1), p. 178b; (2), p. 182a.

Braye, Reynold, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Bread-shelves: see under Furniture; see also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.

Bread Street Ward: pp. 25–27; parishes in: p. 25b.

Breams Buildings, St. Dunstan's Churchyard on North side of: Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b.

Breedon, John, name of: carved in Hall of Brewers' Company, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Brewer, Samuel, 1684, floor-slab to: St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a.

Brewers' Hall, see City Companies.

Brice, Stephen, 1688, monuments: St. Benet, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a.

Brick Court: Farringdon Without (10), p. 153a (Plate 201).

Bride, St., Church dedicated to: see Churches.

Bridewell:
-, Hospital: Farringdon Without (17), p. 160b.
-, Plate from former Chapel of: now on loan at Victoria and Albert Museum, Farringdon Without (17), p. 160b.
-, Precincts of: Farringdon Ward Without, p. 120a.

Bridge Ward Within, pp. 27–31; parishes in: p. 27a.

Briggs, George, 1663–4, floor-slab to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Britton's Court, Cellar under: formerly part of Whitefriars' Convent, Farringdon Without (18), p. 160b.

Broad Street Ward, pp. 31–37; parishes in: p. 31b.

Bromfield, Alice, see Spencer.

Bromley:
-, Thomas, 1681, Catherine his wife, 1688–9, Thomas 1668 and Hannah, 1661, his children, three infant children and an infant grandchild, headstone to: All Hallows the Great Churchyard, Dowgate (1), p. 100a.
-, Sir Thomas, 1680, name of: in glass panel in Inner Temple Library, Farringdon Without (9), p. 145b.

Brook's Yard, house in: Queenhithe (5), p. 175b.

Brooke:
-, George, 6th Lord Cobham, Apothecaries' Hall on site of house of: Farringdon Within (7), p. 114b.
-, Humphrey, M.D., 1693, and John his son, 1687, monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b; and with Elizabeth his widow, 1711, and John his son, 1687, floor-slab to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 8a.

Broomer, Joseph, see Murdocke.

Brown, Sarah, 1669, Thomas her husband, 1703–4 and Elizabeth his second wife, 1728, floor-slab to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Browne:
-, Sir Anthony, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Anthony, Viscount Montague, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Sir Christopher, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Jane, 1711, and her children William, 1683, John, 1707, John and Faith, floor-slab to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.
-, Hannah, wife of Daniel Browne, 1695, Dixey Kent and Jane (Browne) his wife, both 1696, David Browne, 1698, and his son John, 1706, tablet to: St. Stephen, Walbrook (1), p. 196a.
-, Sir Humphrey, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Mary, 1699–1700, floor-slab to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Browning, Mary, daughter of John Browning, 1697, monument to: with later inscription to William Bird, 1698, Cheap (1), p. 61b.

Brownrigg:
-, Marie, see Burnell.
-, Mary, see Knapp.

Buckenham, Edmund, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Buck, James, 1685–6, cartouche to: St. Peter, Cornhill (2), p. 87b.

Buckingham, George, Duke of: see Villiers.

Buckley, Mary, 1707, wife of George Buckley, and George Buckley 1711, cartouche to: St. Botolph, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.

Bucknall, Sir William, name of: carved in Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Building Materials, see Sectional Preface, p. xxiv.

Buke, Agnes, see Rawson.

Bull, the Rev. George, 1707, Rector of Tavistock, monument to: St. Swithin, Walbrook (2), p. 198a.

Bullisdon, Thomas, see Bellfounders.

Bulwer, Peryer, 1675, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Burdon, . . ., Communion Table given to All Hallows Barking in 1685 by: Tower (1), p. 178b.

Burgess, Anthony, cup given to St. Bartholomew the Great in 1690 by: Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.

Burgh, de, arms of: Aldgate (1), p. 6b.

Burkin, James, 1677, and Jane (Lethieullier) his wife, 1675, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184b.

Burnell, Marie (Brownrigg), 1612, wife of John Burnell, brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.

Burnet, Anne, see Woods.

Burton:
-, Alice, see Bynge.
-, Simon, 1593, tablet to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.

Busbie, Thomas, [1575], cooper, painted figure of: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 98a.

Busby:
-, John, flagon given by: St. Alban, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b.
-, . . ., slab to: St. Alban's Churchyard, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b.

Bushnell, John, monument with bust of Elizabeth Pepys attributed to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b.

Busts, see under Statues.

", Funeral, see under Effigies.

Bustyn, Henry, 1714, and Adriaen van Helsdingen, 1701, floor-slab to: Dutch Church, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Byerley, Hutton, 1695, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.

Byfield, arms of: see under Heraldry.

Bynge, Alice (Burton), wife successively of Richard Waterson, Francis Coldocke and Isaac Bynge, 1616, monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.

Cage, Robert, 1625, tablet to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 98b.

Calais, Staple of: see under Heraldry.

Calthorpe, Sir Henry, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Campbell, Mary, see Clitherow.

Campion, Giles, 1697, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.

Candelabra, see under Metal-work.

Candlesticks, brass, see under Metal-work.

", wooden, see under Furniture.

Candlewick Ward: pp. 37–44; parishes in: p. 37b.

Canons' Houses, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Amen Court, Farringdon Within (13), p. 118b.

Canterbury, See of, arms of: St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 81b; St. Benet, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a (Plate 17).

Capper, Thomas, Master of Painter Stainers' Company, 1621, arms of: (glass), Queenhithe (4), p. 175b.

Cappone:
-, Peter, 1582, monument to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a. Floor-slab with arms of: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Carew:
-, Sir Nicholas, K.G., executed 1539, see under Darcy.
-, Richard, of Athoy, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Sir William [1618], tablet to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.

Carey, George, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Carlisle, Bishop of, see Everdon.

Carpenters' Hall, see under City Companies.

Carpet from Lahore, 17th-century: Girdlers' Hall, Bassishaw (1), p. 14a.

Cart, James, 1706, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Carter Lane, No. 81, Farringdon Within (18), p. 119b.

Cartwright, Thomas, monument to Sir John Witham, Bart., 1689, in Temple Church by: Farringdon Without (7), p. 141b.

Carus, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Cassell and Co., Messrs., Sign on premises of: Farringdon Without (53), p. 166a.

Castle Baynard Ward: pp. 44–59; parishes in: p. 44a.

Castle Hedingham, Essex, monument to Dominic van Heila, 1608, formerly in All Hallows, Broad Street (1), now in Church of: p. 32a.

Cater, Mary (Wessell), 1694–5, wife of John Cater, John his son and Ann his daughter, 1714, tablet to: St. Clement, Eastcheap, Candlewick (1), p. 39b.

Catherine, St., buildings dedicated to: see St. Katharine under Churches; figures of: Haberdashers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93b; in plaster ceiling in Old Pewterers' Hall, Langbourn (6), p. 171b (Plate 210).

Catlyn, Sir Robert, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Catterall, Robert, 1714, and Mary his wife, tablet probably to: St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b.

Cave, John, 1601, monument to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b.

Cecilia, St., medallion of: Cripplegate Within (7) (glass), p. 95b.

Cecly, William, 1662, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.

Ceilings, ornamental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii, under Plasterwork.
-, In Churches:
-,-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 1b; Aldgate (2), p. 9b (Plate 56); Bread Street (1), p 26a (Plate 80); Cheap (1), p. 61a (Plates 127, 211); Cordwainer (1), p. 78b; Cornhill (1), p. 85a; Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a; (2), p. 108b; (3), p. 110a; (4), p. 112b; Farringdon Without (1), p. 121b; (4), p. 131b; Langbourn (1), p. 167a; (2), p. 169a; Queenhithe (1), p. 174a; Tower (2), p. 183b; (3), p. 184a; Vintry (1), p. 188a; Walbrook (1), p. 195a; (2), p. 197b.
-, In City Halls:
-,-, 17th-century: Cheap (3), p. 68a (Plate 131); Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93a; Dowgate (4), p. 102a, b; (6), p. 103b (Plate 160); Farringdon Within (8), p. 116b; Langbourn (6), p. 171b (Plate 210).
-, In Houses:
-,-, 17th-century: Farringdon Within (14), p. 119a; (15), p. 119a (Plate 211); Farringdon Without (20), p. 161b (Plate 209); (33), p. 163b (Plate 211), p. 164a.

Cellars:
-, Britton's Court: formerly part of Whitefriars' Convent, Farringdon Without (18), p. 160b.
-, Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4), p. 193a.
-, Wood Street, No. 9, Cripplegate Within (13), p. 96a.

Cely, additions to St. Olave Hart Street by member of family of: Tower (2), p. 180b.

Cemetery, City of London, Manor Park, floor-slabs from St. Alphege now in: Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a.

Chairs, see under Furniture.

Chamberlain, Seagrave, 1675, tablet to: St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191a.

Chamberlane, Sir Robert, 1615, monument to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a (Plate 23).

Chamberlin, Thomas, 16–4, floor-slab to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Chambrelan, Rachel (Laurence), wife of Charles Chambrelan, 1687, tablet to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a (Plate 25).

Champneys, Hannah, see Ingram.

Chandler, Richard, 1691, and John his brother, 1686, busts of: St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a (Plate 24); No. 70, Aldermanbury built by either Richard or John: Cripplegate Within (9), p. 95b.

Chapel Place, No. 2, Farringdon Without (36), p. 164a.

Chapels, see Churches and Chapels.

Chaplin:
-, Ann, 1690–1, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.
-, Sir Francis, 1668, shield-of-arms of: Clothworkers' Hall (glass), Tower (5), p. 185b; sword rest, Tower (5), p. 185a (Plate 44).

Chapman, Henry, 1700, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Chapter House of St. Paul's: Farringdon Within (12), p. 118.

" of Old St. Paul's, remains of: Castle Baynard (1), pp. 52b, 53a.

Charity, representations of:
-, Carvings: St. Benet, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a; Langbourn (1), p. 167b (Plate 11); Vintry (1), p. 188b (Plate 47); St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 111b.
-, Paintings: St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 30b (Plate 45); St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 43a; St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Charles I, arms, see Royal Arms, under Heraldry; figure of: Clothworkers' Hall, Tower (5), p. 185a (Plate 46); figure of: (glass) St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7a; carved sign representing giant porter and dwarf of: Farringdon Within (20), p. 120a.

Charles II, arms, see Royal Arms, under Heraldry; figure of: The Monument, Bridge Within (2), p. 31a (Plate 81); figure of William III erroneously named: (glass) St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7a.

Charlton, Emm., wife of Robert Charlton, 1622, tablet to: formerly in All Hallows Staining, now in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a (Plate 25).

Chase, Richard, 1708. floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Chauncey, Henry, initials of: and date 1686 on Sundial in Pump Court, Farringdon Without (10), p. 152b.

Chaves, Aaron de, painting by: Aldgate (3), p. 12a.

Cheap Ward: pp. 59–71; parishes in: p. 59b.

Cheapside:
-, Nos. 64 and 65: Cheap (6), p. 71a (Plate 41).
-, No. 73: Cheap (7), p. 71a (Plate 39).
-, Nos. 123 to 126: Farringdon Within (17), p. 119b.

Cheney, Alice, see Ellnor.

Cheshire Cheese, The, Wine Office Court, Farringdon Without (24), p. 162a.

Chests, see under Furniture.

Chester, Bishop of, 1661, see Walton.

Chimney pieces, see Fireplaces.

Chiswell:
-, Mary, see Roystone.
-, Richard, 1711, floor-slab to: St. Botolph, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a; with his father John, his mother Margaret, his wife Sarah and his children, cartouche to: erected by his son Richard in St. Botolph, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.

Christ:
-, Incidents in the Life of: paintings in St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), said to be: p. 8a; Baptism of: embroidered on funeral palls in Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 37a; carved representation of: on font in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73a; In the Carpenter's Shop: Painting in Carpenters' Hall, Broad Street (5), p. 37b; Painting of The Dead Christ: by Romanelli, Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a; The Holy Family: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 81a; St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b; All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b; The Last Supper: Painting said to be by Constantine Francks, St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a; carved panel representing: Farringdon Within (1), p. 107b; The Resurrection: Tower (1) (brass), p. 179b; Teaching in the Synagogue: Painting in Carpenters' Hall, Broad Street (5), p. 37b; In the Wilderness: Painting in St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

Christ's Hospital, monuments from: now in Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Christ Church, see under Churches.

Christopher, St., buildings dedicated to: see under Churches.

Church Court, No. 1: Coleman Street (5), p. 76a.

Churches and Chapels:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxiv, and Architecture, Ecclesiastic.
-, All Hallows the Great (church destroyed): Dowgate (1), p. 100a; fittings from: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), pp. 73a, b, 74a; fittings from: St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), pp. 188a, b, 189a, b; parish of: Dowgate Ward, p. 100a.
-, All Hallows the Less (church destroyed): Dowgate (2), p. 100b; parish of: Dowgate Ward, p. 100a; Churchyard of: Dowgate (2), p. 100b.
-, All Hallows Barking: Tower (1), p. 176a (Plan, p. 176; Plates, see list of, p. xii); parish of: Tower Ward, p. 176a.
-, All Hallows Bread Street Parish (church destroyed): Bread Street Ward, p. 25b; Cordwainer Ward, p. 76b.
-, All Hallows Honey Lane Parish (church destroyed): Cheap Ward, p. 59b; Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b; Plate from: now in St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), pp. 80b, 81a.
-, All Hallows Lombard Street: Langbourn (1), p. 166a (Plan, p. 166; Plates see list of, p. xi); parts of parish of: Bishopsgate Ward, p. 18b; Bridge Ward Within, p. 27a; Langbourn Ward, p. 166a.
-, All Hallows London Wall: Broad Street (1), p. 31b (Plate 9); parts of parish of: Aldgate Ward, p. 4b; Broad Street Ward, p. 31b.
-, All Hallows Staining (church destroyed): Langbourn (4), p. 170b; parts of parish of: Aldgate Ward, p. 4b; Langbourn Ward, p. 166a; Tower Ward, p. 176a; bell from: now in Grocers' Hall, Cheap (5), p. 71a; Lambe's Chapel Crypt now under churchyard of: Tower (4), p. 185a; fittings, etc. from: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), pp. 182b, 183a, b.
-, All Souls, Chapel of: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 48a.
-, Austin Friars, see Dutch Church or Jesus Temple.
-, Christ Church: Farringdon Within (1), p. 104a (Plan, p. 105; Plates, see list of p. ix); parish of: Farringdon Ward Within, p. 104a.
-, Dutch Church or Jesus Temple: Broad Street (2), p. 32b (Plan, p. 32; Plates 27, 32, 51, 217); inscriptions in 16th-century glass: Broad Street (2), p. 34a.
-, Holy Ghost, Chapel of: St. Helen's Church, Bishopsgate (2), p. 19b.
-, Holy Trinity the Less Parish (church destroyed): Queenhithe Ward, p. 173a.
-, Holy Trinity Minories (church destroyed, parish now in Stepney Borough): plate and mummified human head said to be that of Henry Grey, Duke of Suffolk, from: now in St. Botolph, Portsoken (1), p. 172b.
-, Jesus Temple: see Dutch Church above.
-, Lambe's Chapel (chapel destroyed): Tower (2), p. 2a; (184), p. 185a.
-, St. Alban Wood Street: Cripplegate Within (1), p. 89a (Plan, p. 89; Plates 27, 34); parish of: Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b.
-, St. Alphege London Wall (church destroyed): Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b (Plate 22); parish of: Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b.
-, St. Alphege, Old (church destroyed): Cripplegate Within (4), p. 93a; portion of Roman town-wall in churchyard of: Cripplegate Within, p. 88b; remains of church in churchyard of: Cripplegate Within (4), p. 93a.
-, St. Andrew Holborn: Farringdon Without (1), p. 120b (Plan, p. 120; Plates 10, 34, 160, 166, 167); parish of: Farringdon Without, p. 120a.
-, St. Andrew Hubbard Parish (church destroyed): Billingsgate, p. 14b.
-, St. Andrew Undershaft: Aldgate (1), p. 4 (Plan, p. 5: Plates, see list of, p. v); parts of parish of: Aldgate Ward, p. 4b; Lime Street Ward, p. 172a.
-, St. Andrew by the Wardrobe: Castle Baynard (2), p. 53a (Plan, p. 54; Plates 122, 124); parish of: Castle Baynard Ward, p. 44a.
-, St. Anne Blackfriars Parish (church destroyed): Farringdon Within, p. 104a; plate from: now in St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a, b.
-, St. Anne, Chapel of: Farringdon Without (7), pp. 137b, 140a.
-, St. Anne and St. Agnes: Aldersgate (1), p. 1a (Plan, p. 2; Plates, 10, 36, 49); parish of: Aldersgate Ward, p. 1a.
-, St. Antholin, Budge Row, Parish (church destroyed): Cordwainer Ward, p. 76b; doors and plate from: now in St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.
-, St. Augustine, Old Change: Farringdon Within (2), p. 107b (Plan, p. 107; Plates 2, 9, 35, 161); part of parish of: Bread Street Ward, p. 25b; Farringdon Ward Within, p. 104a.
-, St. Bartholomew the Great: Farringdon Without (2), p. 123a (Plan, p. 124; Plates, see list of, p. x); parish of: Farringdon Ward Without, p. 120a; 13th-century doorway incorporated in No. 57 West Smithfield, Farringdon Without (42), p. 165a; organ from St. Stephen Walbrook now in: Walbrook (1), p. 196a.
-, St. Bartholomew the Less: Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a; parish of: Farringdon Ward Without, p. 120a.
-, St. Bartholomew Exchange Parish (church destroyed): Broad Street Ward, p. 31b; Cornhill Ward, p. 84a; church plate from: now in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; fittings, etc., from: now in St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, pp. 98a, 99b, 100a.
-, St. Bartholomew Moor Lane Parish (church destroyed): Cripplegate Ward Without, p. 96b.
-, St. Benet Fink Parish (church destroyed): Broad Street Ward, p. 31b.
-, St. Benet Gracechurch Parish (church destroyed): Bridge Ward Within, p. 27a; copy of Erasmus' Paraphrase and flagons from: now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), pp. 167 a, 168a; pulpit from: now in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183b.
-, St. Benet Paul's Wharf: Castle Baynard (3), p. 54b (Plan, p. 55; Plates, see list of, pp. vii, viii); parish of: Castle Baynard Ward, p. 44a.
-, St. Benet Sherehog Parish (church destroyed): Cheap Ward, p. 59b; Cordwainer Ward, p. 76b; slab from: now in St. Stephen's Churchyard, Walbrook (1), p. 196a.
-, St. Botolph Aldersgate: Aldersgate (2), p. 3a; parish of: Aldersgate Ward, p. la; Roman wall in churchyard of: p. la.
-, St. Botolph Aldgate: Portsoken (1), p. 172a (Plates 17, 29, 31); parish of: Portsoken Ward, p. 172a.
-, St. Botolph Billingsgate Parish (church destroyed): Billingsgate Ward, p. 14b.
-, St. Botolph, Bishopsgate Street Without: Bishopsgate (3), p. 24b; parish of: in Bishopsgate Ward, p. 18b.
-, St. Bride: Farringdon Without (4), p. 129b (Plan, p. 130; Plates 1, 9, 33, 175); parish of: Farringdon Ward Without, p. 120a.
-, St. Christopher le Stocks Parish (church destroyed): Broad Street Ward, p. 31b; Cornhill Ward, p. 84a; monuments and paintings from: now in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.
-, St. Clement Eastcheap: Candlewick (1), p. 38a (Plan, p. 39; Plates 5, 13, 78, 83); parts of parish of: Candlewick Ward, p. 37b; Langbourn Ward, p. 166a.
-, St. Dionis Backchurch (church destroyed): Langbourn (5), p. 170b; parts of parish of: Langbourn Ward, p. 166a; Lime Street Ward, p. 172a; monuments formerly in: now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167b.
-, St. Dunstan in the East: Tower (3), p. 183b (Plates 20, 25, 146); parish of: Tower Ward, p. 176a.
-, St. Dunstan in the West: Farringdon Without (5), p. 132b (Plates 21, 26, 66); parish of: Farringdon Without, p. 120a.
-, St. Dunstan, Chapel of: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), pp. 48a, 51a, b.
-, St. Edmund King and Martyr: Langbourn (2), p. 168a (Plan, p. 169; Plates, see list of, p. xi); parts of parish of: Cornhill Ward, p. 84a; Langbourn Ward, p. 166a.
-, St. Ethelburga: Bishopsgate (1), p. 18b (Plan, p. 19; Plates 14, 15, 63, Frontispiece); parish of: Bishopsgate Ward, p. 18b.
-, St. Faith under St. Paul's Parish (church destroyed): Castle Baynard, p. 44a; Farringdon Within, p. 104a; chapel in crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral: Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a, b (Plan, p. 49; Plates 92, 105–7, 110–2
-, St. Gabriel Fenchurch Parish (church destroyed): Langbourn Ward, p. 166a
-, St. George Botolph Lane Parish (church destroyed): Billingsgate Ward, p. 14b; chairs from: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 15b; monument and Royal Arms from: St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a.
-, St. George, Chapel of: see St. Michael and St. George.
-, St. Giles: Cripplegate Without, p. 96b (Plan, p. 97; Plates 24, 27, 50, 137, 152); parish of: Cripplegate Ward Without, p. 96b.
-, St. Gregory by St. Paul's Parish (church destroyed): Castle Baynard, p. 44a.
-, St. Helen: Bishopsgate (2), p. 19a (Plan, p. 20; Plates, see list of, p. vi); parish of: Bishopsgate Ward, p. 18b.
-, St. James Duke's Place Parish (church destroyed): Aldgate Ward, p. 4b; glass from: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10a.
-, St. James Garlickhithe: Vintry (2), p. 189b (Plan, p. 190; Plates 10, 16, 18, 162, 221); parish of: Vintry Ward, p. 186b; fittings from St. Michael Queenhithe transferred to: Queenhithe (3), p. 175a.
-, St. James on the Wall, Hermitage of: Tower (4), p. 185a.
-, St. John the Baptist upon Walbrook Parish (church destroyed): Cordwainer Ward, p. 76b; Vintry Ward, p. 186b; Walbrook Ward, p. 193b; plate from: St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.
-, St. John the Evangelist Parish (church destroyed): Bread Street Ward, p. 25b.
-, St. John Zachary Parish (church destroyed): Aldersgate Ward, p. la; Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b; plate and tablet from: St. Anne and St. Agnes, Aldersgate (1), p. 2b.
-, St. Katharine Coleman Parish (church destroyed): Aldgate Ward, p. 4b; monuments from: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.
-, St. Katharine Cree: Aldgate (2), p. 8b (Plan, p. 8; Plates, see list of, p. v); parish of: Aldgate Ward, p. 4b.
-, St. Lawrence Jewry: Cheap (1), p. 59b (Plan, p. 60; Plates, see list of, p. viii); parts of parish of: Cheap Ward, p. 59b; Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b.
-, St. Lawrence Pountney (church destroyed): Candlewick (3), p. 43b; parts of parish of: Candlewick Ward, p. 37b; Dowgate Ward, p. 100a; Walbrook Ward, p. 193b.
-, St. Leonard Eastcheap Parish (church destroyed): Billingsgate Ward, p. 14b; Bridge Ward Within, p. 27a; Candlewick Ward, p. 37b; alms-dishes from: All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 168a.
-, St. Leonard Foster Lane Parish (church destroyed): Aldersgate Ward, p. la; plate from: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a.
-, St. Magnus the Martyr: Bridge Within (1), p. 27a (Plan, p. 28; Plates, see list of, p. vi); parish of: Bridge Ward Within, p. 27a.
-, St. Margaret Lothbury: Coleman Street (1), p. 71a (Plan, p. 72; Plates, see list of, p. viii); parts of parish of: Broad Street Ward, p. 31b; Coleman Street Ward, p. 71a; fittings from All Hallows the Great now in: Dowgate (1), p. 100b; vicarage of: incorporating part of church of St. Olave Old Jewry, Coleman Street (3), p. 76a.
-, St. Margaret Moses Parish (church destroyed): Bread Street Ward, p. 25b; chest from: St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 26a.
-, St. Margaret New Fish Street Parish (church destroyed): Bridge Ward Within, p. 27a; plate from: St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 30a.
-, St. Margaret Pattens: Billingsgate (1), p. 14b (Plan, p. 15; Plates, see list of, p. v); parts of parish of: Billingsgate Ward p. 14b; Tower Ward, p. 176a.
-, St. Martin le Grand (collegiate church now destroyed), p. xxvi.
-, St. Martin Ludgate: Farringdon Within (3), p. 109a (Plan, p. 109; Plates, see list of, p. ix); part of parish of: Farringdon Ward Within, p. 104a; courtyard of Stationers' Hall used as churchyard of: Farringdon Within (9), p. 117a.
-, St. Martin Orgar (church destroyed): Candlewick (4), p. 44a; parish of: Candlewick Ward, p. 37b; Table of Benefactors from: St. Clement Eastcheap, Candlewick (1), p. 38b.
-, St. Martin Outwich Parish (church destroyed): Bishopsgate Ward, p. 18b; Broad Street Ward, p. 31b; Cornhill Ward, p. 84a; brasses, Communion table and monuments from: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), pp. 22b, 23b, 24a; Nicholas Wotton, formerly rector of: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b.
-, St. Martin Pomeroy Parish (church destroyed): Cheap Ward, p. 59b; plate from: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.
-, St. Martin Vintry Parish (church destroyed): Vintry Ward, p. 186b.
-, St. Mary Abchurch: Candlewick (2), p. 40b (Plan, p. 41; Plates, see list of, p. vii); parts of parish of: Candlewick Ward, p. 37b; Walbrook Ward, p. 193b.
-, St. Mary Aldermary: Cordwainer (2), p. 81a (Plan, p. 82; Plates 9, 34, 44, 145–6); parish of: Cordwainer Ward, p. 76b.
-, St. Mary Bothaw Parish (church destroyed): Dowgate Ward, p. 100a; Walbrook Ward, p. 193b; chest and plate from: St. Swithin, Walbrook (2), pp. 197b, 198a.
-, St. Mary le Bow: Cordwainer (1), p. 76b (Plan, p. 77; Plates 1, 141); crypt of: p. 79b (Plan, p. 79; Plates 142–3–4); parts of parish of: Cheap Ward, p. 59b; Cordwainer Ward, p. 76b.
-, St. Mary, Chapel of: St. Helen's Church, Bishopsgate (2), p. 19b.
-, St. Mary Colechurch Parish (church destroyed): Cheap Ward, p. 59b.
-, St. Mary-within-Cripplegate, Priory and Hospital of: founded by William de Elsing, 1329, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b.
-, St. Mary at Hill: Billingsgate (2), p. 16b (Plan, p. 17; Plates 16, 25–6); parish of: Billingsgate Ward, p. 14b.
-, St. Mary Magdalene Milk Street Parish (church destroyed); Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b; Queenhithe Ward, p. 173a; plate from: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62b; ragstone from: incorporated in rebuilding of St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 91a.
-, St. Mary Magdalene Old Fish Street Parish (church destroyed): Billingsgate Ward, p. 14b; Castle Baynard Ward, p. 44a; brass from: St. Martin Ludgate, Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a; plate from: on loan at London Museum, Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a.
-, St. Mary Mounthaw Parish (church destroyed): Queenhithe Ward, p. 173a.
-, St. Mary Somerset (church destroyed): Queenhithe (2), p. 174b (Plate 147); parish of: Queenhithe Ward, p. 173a; Communion table said to be from: St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, Queenhithe (1), p. 174a.
-, St. Mary Staining (church destroyed): Aldersgate (3), p. 3a; parts of parish of: Aldersgate Ward, p. la; Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b.
-, St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury: Cripplegate Within (2), p. 90b (Plan, p. 91; Plates 5, 24, 45, 77); parish of: Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b.
-, St. Mary the Virgin, see also the Temple Church.
-, St. Mary Woolchurch Parish (church destroyed): Cornhill Ward, p. 84a; Walbrook Ward, p. 193b.
-, St. Mary Woolnoth: Langbourn (3), p. 170a (Plate 32); parts of parish of: Cornhill Ward, p. 84a; Langbourn Ward, p. 166a; Walbrook Ward, p. 193b.
-, St. Matthew Friday Street Parish (church destroyed): Bread Street Ward, p. 25b; Farringdon Ward Within, p. 104a; carvings from: St. Leonard Foster Lane Schoolhouse, Aldersgate (8), p. 4a; Communion table, monument and tablet from: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), pp. 113a, 114a.
-, St. Michael Bassishaw Parish (church destroyed): Bassishaw Ward, p. 13a; fittings from: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), pp. 62a, 63a.
-, St. Michael Cornhill: Cornhill (1), p. 84a (Plan, p. 84; Plates 47, 83); tablet to William Daie in St. Giles Cripplegate, but body buried at: Cripplegate Without, p. 99a; parish of: Cornhill Ward, p. 84a.
-, St. Michael Crooked Lane Parish (church destroyed): Bridge Ward Within, p. 27a; Candlewick Ward, p. 37b; benefactors' tablet, floor-slab and plate from: St, Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Ward Within (1), pp. 29b, 30a, b.
-, St. Michael Paternoster Royal: Vintry (1), p. 186b (Plan, p. 187; Plates, see list of p. xii); parts of parish of: Dowgate Ward, p. 100a; Vintry Ward, p. 186b; fittings from All Hallows the Great now in: Dowgate (1), p. 100b.
-, St. Michael Queenhithe (church destroyed): Queenhithe (3), p. 175a; parish of: Queenhithe Ward, p. 173a; fittings from: St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 101a, b.
-, St. Michael le Querne Parish (church destroyed): Farringdon Ward Within, p. 104a.
-, St. Michael Wood Street Parish (church destroyed): Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b; Communion table and monuments from: St. Alban, CrippleGate Within (1), p. 90a, b.
-, St. Michael and St. George, Chapel of: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), pp. 48a, 49b, 51b, 52b.
-, St. Mildred: Bread Street (1), p. 25b (Plan, p. 25; Plates, see list of, p. vi); parts of parish of: Bread Street Ward, p. 25b; Queenhithe Ward, p. 173a.
-, St. Mildred Poultry Parish (church destroyed): Cheap Ward, p. 59b; chest from: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73a.
-, St. Nicholas Acons Parish (church destroyed): Langbourn Ward, p. 166a.
-, St. Nicholas Cole Abbey: Queenhithe (1), p. 173a (Plan, p. 173; Plates 3, 7, 13, 214); parts of parish of: Bread Street Ward, p. 25b; Queenhithe Ward, p. 173a.
-, St. Nicholas Olave Parish (church destroyed): Queenhithe Ward, p. 173a.
-, St. Olave Hart Street: Tower (2), p. 180b (Plan, p. 181; Plates, see list of p. xii); parts of parish of: Aldgate Ward, p. 4b; Tower Ward p. 176a; gateway: Tower (2), p. 183b.
-, St. Olave Old Jewry (church destroyed): Coleman Street (3), p. 75b; parish of: Coleman Street Ward, p. 71b; fittings and monuments from: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), pp. 73a, b, 74 a.
-, St. Olave Silver Street (church destroyed): Aldersgate (4), p. 3b; parts of parish of: Aldersgate Ward, p. la; Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b; Farringdon Ward Within, p. 104a.
-, St. Pancras Soper Lane Parish (church destroyed): Cheap Ward, p. 59b; Cordwainer, p. 76b.
-, St. Paul's Cathedral: Castle Baynard (1), p. 44b (Plans pp. 44, 49; Plates, see list of, p. vii); font said to have come from: All Hallows, Broad Street (1), p. 32a; models in library of: p. 50a; early 18th-century view of: p. 51a.
-, St. Peter: Cornhill (2), p. 85b (Plan, p. 86; Plates 63, 139); parts of parish of: Bishopsgate Ward, p. 18b; Cornhill Ward, p. 84a; Lime Street Ward, p. 172a.
-, St. Peter Paul's Wharf Parish (church destroyed): Castle Baynard Ward, p. 44a; Queenhithe Ward, p. 173a.
-, St. Peter le Poor Parish (church destroyed): Broad Street Ward, p. 31b.
-, St. Peter Westcheap Parish (church destroyed): Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b; Farringdon Ward Within, p. 104a.
-, St. Sepulchre: Farringdon Without (6), p. 134a (Plan, p. 135; Plates 13, 176–7); parish of: Farringdon Ward Without, p. 120a.
-, St. Stephen: Coleman Street (2), p. 74b (Plan, p. 74; Plates 9, 38, 43, 140); parish of: Coleman Street Ward, p. 71b.
-, St. Stephen, Chapel of: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), pp. 134a, 135a.
-, St. Stephen: Walbrook (1), p. 193b (Plan, p. 194; Plates, 11, 43, 222, 226–7); parts of parish of: Cheap Ward, p. 59b; Walbrook Ward, p. 193b.
-, St. Swithin London Stone: Walbrook (2), p. 196b (Plan, p. 197; Plates 12, 35, 44, 62); parish of: Walbrook Ward, p. 193b.
-, St. Thomas of Acon (church destroyed): Mercers' Hall on site of: Cheap (4), p. 68b.
-, St. Thomas Apostle (church destroyed): Vintry (3), p. 192a; churchyard of: Vintry (3), p. 192a; parts of parish of: Cordwainer Ward, p. 76b; Vintry Ward, p. 186b.
-, St. Vedast: Farringdon Within (4), p. 111b (Plan, p. 112; Plates 2, 43, 79, 162); parts of parish of: Cripplegate Ward Within, p. 88b; Farringdon Ward Within, p. 104a.
-, Temple Church of St. Mary the Virgin: Farringdon Without (7), p. 137a (Plan, p. 138; Plates, see list of pp. x, xi); common use of: by Societies of Inner and Middle Temple: Farrington Without (9), p. 143b; organ built for: by Renatus Harris, now in St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b; pulpit in Christ Church probably from: Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a.

Churchill, John, 1709, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.

Cibber, Caius Gabriel: carvings on The Monument by: Bridge Within (2), p. 31a (Plate 81); monument to Sir William Russell, 1705, in St. Dunstan's by: Tower (3), p. 184b (Plate 20); monument to Mary Browning in St. Lawrence Jewry by: Cheap (1); p. 61b.

Cisterns, see under Leadwork; see also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.

City Companies:
-, See also Sectional Preface under Secular Buildings, p. xxvii.
-, (Note: For blazons of arms, see p. 203.)
-, Apothecaries: Arms of: Farringdon Within (7), pp. 114b, 115a; Hall: Farringdon Within (7), p. 114a (Plates 46, 48).
-, Armourers and Brasiers: Arms of: (wood-carving) Coleman Street (4), p. 76a; Hall: Coleman Street (4), p. 76a.
-, Bakers: Ancient Arms of: see Heraldry.
-, Barbers: Arms of: Farringdon Within (8), p. 116a, b; Hall: Farringdon Within (8), p. 115b (Plan, p. 115; Plates 17, 150, 164–5).
-, Brewers: Arms of: before 1550, see Heraldry; after 1550, St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; glass, carvings, cistern, etc., Cripplegate Within (6), pp. 93, 94, 95; on Harvist and Langlie monuments, Cripplegate Without, p. 98b; Crest of: Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a; Hall: Cripplegate Within (6), p. 93b (Plan, p. 94; Plates, see list of p. ix).
-, Carpenters: Arms of: after 1550, Broad Street (5), p. 37b; Hall: Broad Street (5), p. 37a (Plates 8, 17); Masters and Wardens from 1656 to 1684 on glass panels in Committee Room, p. 37b; 16th-century paintings in Hall, p. 37b (Plate 85).
-, Clothworkers: Arms of: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), pp. 9b, 10a; Tower (5), p. 185a; Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4), p. 192b; Hall: Tower (5), p. 185a (Plates 44, 46, 224); Ram from barge. Tower (5), p. 185a (Plate 47).
-, Coachmakers: Arms of: Aldersgate (7), p. 4a; Hall: Aldersgate (7), p. 3b (Plate 52).
-, Coopers: Arms of: Bassishaw (3), p. 14a; Hall: Bassishaw (3), p. 14a.
-, Cordwainers: Arms of: St. Katharine Cree (glass), Aldgate (2), p. 10a; Hall: Bread Street (2), p. 27a.
-, Cutlers: Arms of: Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a; Hall: Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.
-, Drapers: Arms of: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b.
-, Dyers: Arms of: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; Dowgate (5), p. 103a; Hall: Dowgate (5), p. 103a.
-, Fishmongers: Arms of: before 1550 see under Heraldry; after 1550, St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; Hall: Bridge Within (3), p. 31b.
-, Girdlers: Arms of: Bassishaw (1), pp. 13b, 14a; Hall: Bassishaw (1), p. 13b (Plates, see list of, p. v).
-, Goldsmiths: Arms of: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; Hall: Aldersgate (5), p. 3b (Plates 8, 46).
-, Grocers: Arms of: before 1550, see under Heraldry; after 1550, St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (1), p. 9b; Harvie monument, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; St. Stephen, Walbrook (1), p. 196a; Hall: Cheap (5), p. 70b; 15th-century bell from St. Mary Woolnoth preserved in: Langbourn (4), p. 170b.
-, Haberdashers: Arms of: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93b; Hall: Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93a (Plate 17).
-, Innholders: Arms of: Dowgate (6), p. 103a, b); Hall: Dowgate (6), p. 103a (Plates 158, 160).
-, Ironmongers: Arms of: before 1550, see under Heraldry; after 1550, St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; Hall: Aldersgate (6), p. 3b.
-, Joiners: Hall, modern building on site of: Vintry (5), p. 193a.
-, Leathersellers: Arms of: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a; Hall: Bishopsgate (5), p. 25a.
-, Mercers: Arms of: before 1550, see under Heraldry; after 1550, St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; Cheap (4), p. 70a, b; Barnard's Inn bought by: Farringdon Without (14), p. 159a; Hall: Cheap (4), p. 68b (Plan, p. 69; Plates 64, 133–6); Chapel of: Cheap (4), p. 68b; stone sign of: Bishopsgate (7), p. 25a.
-, Merchant Taylors: Arms of: before 1550, see under Heraldry; after 1550, St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85b; Hall: Broad Street (4), p. 34b (Plan, p. 35; Plates 84, 86, 165); probable position of Chapel of: Broad Street (4), p. 34b.
-, Merchant Venturers: Arms of: before 1550, see under Heraldry.
-, Painter-Stainers: Arms of: Queenhithe (4), p. 175b; Hall: Queenhithe (3), p. 175a (Plates 46, 215).
-, Parish Clerks: Arms of: Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b; Hall: Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95a.
-, Pewterers: Arms of: Langbourn (6), p. 171a, b; Crest of: Langbourn (6), p. 171b; Old Hall of: Langbourn (6), p. 171a (Plate 210).
-, Saddlers: Arms of: before 1550, see under Heraldry; after 1550, Farringdon Within (10), p. 117b; Hall: Farringdon Within (10), p. 117b.
-, Salters: Arms of: before 1550, see under Heraldry; after 1550, St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; St. Swithin, Walbrook (2), p. 198b; Hall: Walbrook (3), p. 198b.
-, Skinners: Arms of: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; Crest of: Cordwainer (7), p. 84a; Hall: Dowgate (3), p. 100b (Plates 153–5).
-, Stationers: Arms of: Farringdon Within (9), p. 117b; Crest of: Farringdon Within (9), p. 117b; Hall: Farringdon Within (9), p. 116b (Plates 8, 168).
-, Tallow Chandlers: Arms of: Dowgate (4), pp. 101b, 102, 103a; Hall: Dowgate (4), p. 101a (Plan, p. 102; Plates 156–7).
-, Vintners: Arms of: before 1550, see under Heraldry; after 1550, St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9b; Vintry (4), pp. 192b, 193a; Hall: Vintry (4), p. 192a (Plates 225, 228).
-, Watermen: Hall: Billingsgate (3), p. 18a.
-, Weavers: Hall: fittings from, at 22 Basinghall Street, Bassishaw (2), p. 14a.
-, Woodmongers: Arms of: on alms-dish, St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a.

Clarendon:
-, Edward, Earl of, see Hide.
-, Henry, Earl of, see Hide.

Clark:
-, Sir Edward, 1703, Lord Mayor, tablet to: from St. Matthew Friday Street, now in St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.
-, P. P., 1695, inscription in Tower of St. Dunstan in the East: Tower (3), p. 184a.

Clarke:
-, Edward, wainscoting in Great Parlour of Merchant Taylors' Hall presented by, 1683: Broad Street (4), p. 36b.
-, Henry, shield-of-arms of (glass), from Serjeants' Inn: Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Iaan, Churchwarden of St. Giles, 1660, name inscribed on remains of gateway in churchyard: Cripplegate Without, p. 100a.
-, John, Master of Parish Clerks' Company, 1675, portrait of (glass): Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b (Plate 14).
-, Robert, Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1698, shield-of-arms of (glass): Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.
-, Sir Thomas, 1660, and Mary his wife, 1672, floor-slab to: now in churchyard of Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.
-, William, cup of 1624 given to All Hallows Lombard Street by: Langbourn (1), p. 167b.

Clement, St., buildings dedicated to: see under Churches.

Cleveland, Elizabeth, see Cox.

Clifford:
-, George, Earl of Cumberland, 1605, shield-of-arms of (glass), from Serjeants' Inn: Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Thomas, Lord, of Chudleigh: achievement-of-arms of, in Middle Temple Hall (glass); Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Clifford's Inn, see Inns of Court and Chancery.

Clifton, Sir John, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Clinch, William and Elizabeth his wife, 1711, floor-slab to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Clitheroe, monument, fragment from the: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b.

Clitherow:
-, Bridget, daughter of Sir Christopher Clitherow, 1681, monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.
-, Sir Christopher, 1642, Lord Mayor, and Katherine (Rowland) and Mary (Campbell) his wives, also Mary (Gregory) wife of James Clitherow, 1662, and her daughter, tablet to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.

Clocks and clock-cases:
-, In Churches:
-,-, 17th-century: Billingsgate (2), p. 17b; Bread Street (1), p. 26b; Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 29a; Candlewick (1), p. 39a; Castle Baynard (1), p. 48b; Vintry (2), p. 191a; Walbrook (2), p. 197b.
-,-, 18th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 6a; Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 29a; Cripplegate Without, p. 98a; Farringdon Without (1), p. 121a.
-, In City Halls:
-,-, 18th-century: Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93a.
-, In St. Bartholomew's Hospital:
-,-, 18th-century: Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b.

Cloisters, remains of:
-, Austin Friars: Broad Street (2), p. 33b.
-, St. Bartholomew's: Farringdon Without (2), pp. 123b, 127a, 128b.
-, Blackfriars: Farringdon Within (5), p. 114a; (7), p. 114b.
-, St. Helen's: Bishopsgate (2), pp. 21a, 22a.
-, Old St. Paul's: Castle Baynard (1), p. 52b.

Cloth Fair, Nos. 41 and 42: Farringdon Without (44), p. 165a (Plate 203).

Clothworkers' Hall, see City Companies.

Cobham, Lord, see Brooke.

Coby, Martha (Shelley), 1707, wife of Robert Coby, tablet to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a.

Cock, carved wooden, late 17th-century, in Cock Tavern: Farringdon Without (22), p. 162a.

Cock, George, see Cockrill.

" Tavern, Farringdon Without (22), p. 162a.

" Theodore, 1697, and John Cock, 1706, floor-slab to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Cockrill, John, and George Cock, Churchwardens of St. Thomas Apostle, names and date 1714, inscribed on stone in churchyard: Vintry (3), p. 192a.

Coffins and coffin-lids:
-, 13th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Cheap (3), p. 67a; Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b; (7), p. 140b.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Cheap (3), p. 67a.
-, Undated: Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b.

Cokain, Sir William, 1626, mutilated marble effigy of: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 111).

Coke:
-, Clement, 1629–30, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a (Plate 189).
-, Sir Edward, name in glass panel in Inner Temple Library: Farringdon Without (9), p. 145b.

Colclough, Mary (Blagge), wife of Adam Colclough, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.

Coldoche, Alice (Burton), wife successively of Richard Waterson, Francis Coldoche and Isaac Bynge, see Bynge.

Coleman Street Ward, pp. 71–76; parishes in, p. 71b.

Coles, George, 1683, floor-slab to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b.

College of Arms, The, Castle Baynard (5), p. 57a; plan of, p. 58 (Plates 40, 48, 125); arms of, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56b; (Plate 17); (5), p. 58a. (Note: For blazon, see p. 203.)

" Hill, Nos. 21, 22 and 22a, Vintry (6), p. 193a (Plates 39, 159).

" Street, Nos. 24 and 26, Vintry (7), p. 193b.

Collegiate Buildings, see Sectional Preface, p. xxvi, and see also Inns of Court and Chancery.

Colleton, Lady Anne, Communion Rails given to All Hallows Barking by: Tower (1), p. 178b.

Collett, Thomas, 1703, and Sarah (Howland) his wife, 1714, monument to: St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 29b.

Collier, Rebecca and Hannah, infants, and Mary, 1709, daughters of Joseph Collier, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Collins, Anthony, Treasurer of Middle Temple, stone panel inscribed with initials of, and date, 1667: Farringdon Without (10), p. 154b.

Commandments, the Ten: on reredoses, Bread Street (1), p. 27a; Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 30a; Candlewick (1), p. 40b, (2), p. 43 b; Castle Baynard (3), p. 56b; Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a, (3), p. 111a; Farringdon Without (6), p. 137a; Langbourn (2), p. 170a; Queenhithe (1), p. 174b; Vintry (1), p. 189a; Walbrook (2), p. 198b; on echal, Aldgate (3), p. 12a; on panels, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Cripplegate Without, p. 100a.

Communion Rails:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, 17th-century: Billingsgate (1), p. 15b, (2), p. 17b; Bread Street (1), p. 26a; Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 29a (Plate 38); Candlewick (1), p. 39a; Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a, (3), p. 56a; Cheap (1), p. 61b, (4), p. 70a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73a (Plate 38); (2), p. 75a (Plate 38); Cordwainer (1), p. 80a, (2) (now enclosing font), p. 83a; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a, (3), p. 110a, (4), p. 112b; Farringdon Without (1), p. 121b; Langbourn (2), p. 169b; Queenhithe (1), p. 174a; Tower (2), p. 182a; Vintry (1), p. 188a; Walbrook (1), p. 195b, (2), p. 197b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Vintry (2), p. 191a.
-, Early 18th-century: Cornhill (2), p. 87a: Cripplegate Without p. 98a; Tower (1), p. 178b.

Communion Tables:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (2), p. 3a; Billingsgate (2), p. 17b; Bread Street (1), p. 26a; Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 29a; Candlewick (1), p. 39a, (2), p. 42a (Plate 43); Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a, (3), p. 56a (Plate 43); Cheap (1), p. 61a, (4), p. 70a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73a, (2), p. 75a (Plate (43); Cordwainer (1), p. 80a, (2), p. 83a; Cornhill (1), p. 85a; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90a; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a, (2), p. 108b, (3), p. 110a, (4), p. 112b (Plate 43); Langbourn (1), p. 167a, (2), p. 169b; Portsoken (1), p. 172a; Queenhithe (1), p. 174a; Tower (1), p. 178b (Plate 43); Vintry (1), p. 188a; Walbrook (1), p. 195b (Plate 43), (2), p. 197b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 48b; Vintry (2), p. 191a.
-, Early 18th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b; Cornhill (2), p. 87a.

Compton, Henry, Bishop of London, portrait of, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a; arms of, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), pp. 45a, 51b, 52a.

Concord, allegorical figure representing, in painting by Sir James Thornhill in Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 68a.

Conny, Thomas, Churchwarden of St. Giles, 1660, name inscribed on remains of gateway in churchyard, Cripplegate Without, p. 100a.

Cooke:
-, Edward, 1652, monument to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.
-, Thomas, 1692, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Cooper, Martha, see Huitson.

Coopers' Hall, see City Companies.

Copping, Laurence, see Holbrook.

Coppuldike, George, Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1594, shield-of-arms of (glass): Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.

Corbet:
-, Andrew, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Edward, church plate given to St. Martin Ludgate by, now on loan at London Museum: Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a.
-, Samuel, 1701, Sarah his wife, 1713, and another later, floor-slab to: now in churchyard of Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.

Corbet Court, Gracechurch Street, No. 4, stone sign on: Bishopsgate (7), p. 25a.

Cordoueiro, Commandments painted by, in Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Aldgate (3), p. 12a.

Cordwainer Ward, pp. 76–84; parishes in, p. 76b.

Cordwainers' Hall, see City Companies.

Cornhill Ward, pp. 84–88; parishes in, p. 84a.

Cornwall, Margaret Laurencia (Huyssen) wife of Col. Henry Cornwall, 1692, tablet to: Dutch Church, Broad Street (2), p. 34a (Plate 27).

Coston, John, 1614, Frances (Blyth) his wife, 1637, and Anne his daughter, 1621, tablet to: St. Botolph's, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.

Cotesbrook, Robert, 1393, brass to: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b.

Cottle, Mark and Alice, tablet to: St. Benet's, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a.

Cotton, Joan, see Bence.

Coulson, Thomas, 1713, monument to: St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 188b.

Court-house, parts of organ-case from St. Andrew Holborn, preserved in: Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b, (15), p. 160a.

Covell, Francis, 1621, and Margery his wife, monument to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Cowper:
-, Sir Edward, 1685, wall-monument to: St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85b.
-, Sir William, Bart., 1664, and Martha (Master) his wife, 1676, wall-monument to, erected by their son Spenser: St. Michael Cornhill (1), p. 85b.

Cox, Edmund, 1722, Elizabeth (Cleveland) his wife, 1712, and Gerrad their son, 1702, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

Coxon, Sarah, wife of John Coxon, 1683, monument to: St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 26b.

Crane Court, No. 4, Farringdon Without (32), p. 163a (Plate 207).

" " Nos. 5 and 6, Farringdon Without (33), p. 163b (Plates 207, 211).

Creed, The, on reredoses: Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; Bread Street (1), p. 27a; Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 30b; Candlewick (1), p. 40b; Castle Baynard (3), p. 56b; Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; Cornhill (2), p. 88a; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a (3), p. 111a; Farringdon Without (6), p. 137a; Langbourn (2), p. 170a; Tower (1), p. 180a; Vintry (1), p. 189a; Walbrook (2), p. 198b.

Cresheld, Richard, shield-of-arms of, in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Cripplegate, head of beadle's staff in form of: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99b; representation of, on plaque in St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99b.

" Ward Within, pp. 88–96; parishes, p. 88b.

" Ward Without, pp. 96–100; parishes in, p. 96b.

Crisp:
-, Arms of, on weather-vane at St. Mildred's, Bread Street (1), p. 27a.
-, Sir Nicholas, flagons given by: St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 26b; funeral helmet of: St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 26b.
-, Sir Thomas, 1714, son of Sir Nicholas, monument to: St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 26b.

Croke:
-, George, cup given to Temple Church by: Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.
-, John, 1477, alderman, and Margaret his wife, altar-tomb to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179a (Plate 19).

Crompton, Mary, see Pery.

Crooked Lane, Nos. 6, 7 and 8, Candlewick (7), p. 44a.

Crosby:
-, Arms of, see under Heraldry.
-, Sir John, 1476, and Agnes his first wife, monumental effigy of: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b (Plates 70–2); arcade built by St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 19b.
-, Merchant's Mark of, St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2) (glass), p. 23a (Plate 15).

Cross, from steeple, gilt, in nave of St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16b.

Crouch, Robert, see Bellfounders.

Crutched Friars, No. 25, Aldgate (8), p. 13a.

" " No. 39, Aldgate (7), p. 13a.

" " No. 42, Aldgate (6), p. 13a.

Crypts and Undercrofts:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxv.
-, 11th-century: Cordwainer (1), p. 79b (Plan, p. 79).
-, 12th-century: Tower (4), p. 185a.
-, 13th-century: Tower (2), p. 181a (Plate 218).
-, 14th-century: Broad Street (4), p. 36b (Plate 84); Cordwainer (6), p. 83b (Plate 144); plan of, preserved in Society of Antiquaries' Library, Cordwainer (6), p. 84a; Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a; Tower (1), p. 177b (Plate 218).
-, 15th-century: Cheap (3), p. 65b, 67 (Plate 132).
-, Late 17th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 48a (Plan, p. 49; Plates 92, 106, 107).

Cumberland, George, Earl of, see Clifford.

Cupboards, see under Furniture.

Cups, see under Plate, Church.

Cutler, Sir John, benefactions of: Grocers' Company, Cheap (5), p. 70b.

Cutlers' Company, see City Companies.

Dacres, Henry, 1530, alderman, and Elizabeth his wife, brass to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 132b.

Daie, William, 1603, Vintner, buried at St. Michael Cornhill and tablet to in St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99a.

Dance, George, alterations to Guildhall made by, Cheap (3), p. 63b.

Darbie, John, see Bellfounders.

Darby, Michael, 1672, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Darcy:
-, Sir Edward, 1612, tablet to: St. Botolph, Portsoken (1), p. 172a.
-, John, Lord, shield-of-arms, in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Thomas, Lord Darcy of the North, K.G., executed 1537, Sir Nicholas Carew, K.G., executed 1539, and to other members of the same families, monument to: St. Botolph, Portsoken (1), p. 172a.

Dashwood:
-, George, name carved in Hall of Brewers' Company Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.
-, William, name carved in Hall of Brewers' Company: Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Davenport:
-, John, 1683, and Katherine (Miles) his wife, 1679, tablet to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.
-, Mary (Hacket), 1672, wife of John Davenport, Junr., tablet to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.

David: figure of: on carved panel on organ of Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b (Plate 28); medallion of: (glass), Parish Clerks' Hall, Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b.

Davidson, Michael, 1670, table tomb to: churchyard of St. Benet Sherehog, Cheap (2), p. 63b.

Davies, Sir Thomas, 1679, tablet to: St. Sepulchre's, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.

Davis:
-, John, 1681, Henry his brother, 1691, and Christian his sister, 1699, floor-slab to: St Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.
-, T., sculptor, monument, to Humphrey Levins in St. Mary le Bow, by: Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Davison, Michail, 1669, shield-of-arms of: in Clothworkers' Hall (glass), Tower (5), p. 185.

Davy, Henry, 1672, floor-slab to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Dawson, Thomas, 1682, floor-slab to: St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a.

de Burgh, arms of, see. Burgh.

" Chaves, see Chaves.

" Elsing, see Elsing.

" Jambe, see Jambe.

" la Fontaine, see Fontaine.

" Laune, see Laune.

" Oteswich, see Oteswich.

Deane, Sir James, 1608, monument to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a (Plate 22).

Deanery of St. Paul's: Castle Baynard (4), p. 56b (Plates 39, 41), arms of: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 44b; (on doors), p. 48b; (on rainwater-heads), p. 51b; Chapter House (staircase and rainwater-heads), Farringdon Within (12), p. 118a.

Death, Anthony, 1679, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

" figure representing: carved on door-case in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167a; small figures of: on Burkin monument in St. Dunstan's, Tower (3), p. 184b; figures of: on funeral pall of c. 1520 in Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4), p. 193a.

Death-watch beetle, ravages of: St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 40b.

Debousy, Joane, wife of Frederick, 1649, floor-slab to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Decalogue, see Commandments.

Decker, Catherine (Paus) wife of Dirck Decker, 1708, floor-slab to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Dedications of Ecclesiastical Structures, see Churches.

Della Robbia Plaque: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

Delme, Deborah, 1706, and John, 1711, floor-slab to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Dene, see van Dene under Maes-acker.

Denham, William, and Elizabeth his wife, 1540, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Denne, John, 1648, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.

Dennys or Denys 7
-, Sir George, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Philip, 1556, brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.

Denton:
-, Adam, cup given by: in 1628: St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 43a.
-, Thomas, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Denys, see Dennys.

Derby House: given by Queen Mary I to the College of Arms in 1555 and burnt in the Great Fire, 1666, Castle Baynard (5), p. 57b.

" Earl of, see Stanley.

Desks, see under Furniture.

Dewe, Richard, 1687, tablet to: St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b.

Dickins, Robert, 1705–6, monument to: St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 29b (Plate 26).

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

" Church, Fulham, fittings from St. Dionis Backchurch now in: Langbourn (5), p. 171a.

Disbrow, William, Master of Parish Clerks' Company, 1672, Arms of: (glass), Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b.

Dive, Mary, 1711, daughter of George, Lord Jeffreys, brass to: St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a.

Dobson, Edward, Churchwarden of St. Giles, 1660, name inscribed on remains of gateway in churchyard: Cripplegate Without, p. 100a.

Dodson, George, Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1683, shield-of-arms of: (glass), Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.

Doeringk, David, 1636, tablet to: formerly in St. Katherine Coleman now in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Dominican Church, Haverstock Hill, portions of Undercroft from Dominican Convent now in: Farringdon Within (5), p. 114a.

Dominicans, Convent of: see Blackfriars.

Donalson, James, 1684–5, and John his son, 1681, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

Donne, Dr. John, Dean of St. Paul's, 1631, monument, by Nicholas Stone to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 110).

Doors and Doorcases:
-, See Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-, In Churches (Illustrated):
-,-, 17th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b (Plate 67); Candlewick (2), p. 42a (Plate 16); Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a (Plate 7); Cheap (1), p. 61b (Plate 126); Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a (Plate 7).
-, In Inner Temple (Illustrated): Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a (Plate 194).

Doorways:
-, In Churches (Illustrated):
-,-, 12th-century: Farringdon Without (7), p. 140a (Plate 181).
-,-, 17th-century: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 21b (Plate 66); Langbourn (1), p. 167b (Plate 7); Queenhithe (1), p. 174b (Plate 7).
-, In City Halls (Illustrated):
-,-, 15th-century: Cheap (3), 65a (Plate 174).
-,-, 17th-century: Cheap (4), p. 70a (Plate 133); Cripplegate Within (6), p. 93b (Plate 150); Dowgate (3), p. 100b (Plate 153), (6), p. 103a (Plate 158); Farringdon Within (8), p. 116a (Plate 150).
-, In Houses (Illustrated):
-,-, 17th-century: Farringdon Without (9), p. 146a (Plate 192).
-,-, Early 18th-century: Dowgate (7), p. 103b (Plate 159); Tower (8), p. 186a (Plate 158).

Door Knocker, see Iron under Metal-work.

Dovall, Thomas, and Anna (Potts) his wife, 1700, monument to: St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a (Plate 25).

Dove, Thomasine, 1687, wife of Henry Dove, D.D., vicar, tablet to: St. Bride's, Farringdon Without (4), p. 132a.

" carving of: on pulpit of St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 43b; carving of: on Reredos in St. Edmund Lombard Street, Langbourn (2), p. 170a; painting of: on Reredos in St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 30b.

Dow, Robert, 1612, monument with bust to: St. Botolph, Portsoken (1), p. 172a.

Dowgate Ward, pp. 100–104; parishes in: p. 100a.

Dowriche, Walter, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Drake, shield-of-arms of: on Arris monument in error, St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.

" Thomas, 1675, tablet to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Draper:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, William, flagons of 1631 given by: to St. Faith under St. Paul's, later in St. Augustine's and now in Victoria and Albert Museum, Farringdon Within (2), p. 108b.

Drax:
-, Plates recording benefactions of family of: St. Anne and St. Agnes, Aldersgate (1), p. 3a.
-, Sir James, 1661–2, and Henry, tablet to: St. Anne and St. Agnes, Aldersgate (1), p. 2b.
-, William, 1669, floor-slab to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Dressers, see under Furniture.

Dudley:
-, Robert, Earl of Leicester, arms wrongly rendered but probably of: carving in Haberdashers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93b (Plate 17).
-, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Dugdale, Jane, 1692, wife of Thomas Dugdale, floor-slab to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.

Dunn, Anne, 1611, widow of Robert, see Stoney.

Duncombe, Sir Charles, clock given by: St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 29a.

Dunstan, St.:
-, Churches dedicated to: see Churches.
-, Representations of: on 15th-century tapestry in Vintners' Hall Vintry (4), p. 193a; figure of: Goldsmiths' Hall, Aldersgate (5), p. 3b (Plate 46).

Dunt, George Ludwich, 1706, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Dürer, Albrecht, correspondence with: in Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Dutch Church, see under Churches.

Dyer, Sir James, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Dyers' Company see under City Companies.

Earthworks, see Sectional Preface, p. xxiv.

East Acton Manor House, panelling from: now at Goldsmiths' Hall: Aldersgate (5), p. 3b.

East Passage, Nos. 5 and 6: Farringdon Without (49), p. 165b.

Easter Sepulchre: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), pp. 21a, 22b (Plate 69).

Eaton, Edward, 1687, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.

Ebsworth, John, 1699, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

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

Echal, in Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews: Aldgate (3), p. 11b (Plate 59).

Edmonds, Sir Thomas, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Edmondson, John, see White.

Edmund, St., King and Martyr, Lombard Street, see Churches.

Edward the Confessor, arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Edward VI, figure of: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), (glass) p. 7a; figure representing: when Prince of Wales, in Hall of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b.

Edwards:
-, . . ., and Jane his wife, floor-slab to: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.
-, Achievement-of-arms of: All Hallows Barking (glass): Tower (1), p. 179a.
-, John, pike-maker, 1646, and Katherine his wife, 1698, and Bridget Shorter, 1709, tablet to: St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b.

Effigies, Monumental:
-, See also Brasses, Monumental, and Sectional Preface under Monuments, p. xxx.
-, Civil:
-,-, Men: 14th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a (Plate 71). 16th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 7a (Plate 23); Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a, b (Plate 22); Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 111); Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b (Plate 22); Cripplegate Without, p. 98a; Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a; (5), p. 133a (Plate 21); (7), p. 141b (Plate 188); Tower (1), p. 179a. 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 7a (Plate 55); Bishopsgate (2), p. 22a, b (Plate 22); Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 110); Cheap (4), p. 70b (Plate 64); Cripplegate Without, pp. 98b, 99a; Farringdon Without (2) (recessed), p. 128b; (7), p. 141b (Plate 188); Tower (1), p. 179b; (2), pp. 182 b, 183a (Plate 22); Walbrook (1), p. 196a. Early 18th-century: Tower (3), p. 184b (Plate 20).
-,-, Women: 14th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a (Plate 71). 15th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b (Plates 70– 72). 16th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 7a (Plate 23); Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a, b (Plate 22); Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 111); Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b (Plate 22); Tower (2), p. 182b (Plate 21). 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 7b (Plate 23); Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b, 24a (Plates 22, 73, 75); Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 110); Cheap (1), p. 61b; Cripplegate Without, pp. 98b (Plate 24), 99a; Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b (Plate 23); (5), p. 133b (Plate 21); Tower (1), p. 179b; (2), p. 183a (Plate 22); Walbrook (1), p. 196a.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, 13th-century: Farringdon Without (7), p. 140b (Plate 184).
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Farringdon Without (2) (with canopy), p. 127b (Plates 70, 173).
-, Military:
-,-, 13th-century: Farringdon Without (7), pp. 140b, 141a (Plates 182–7).
-,-, c. 1300: Farringdon Without (7), p. 141a (Plates 184–5).
-,-, 15th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b (Plates 70– 72).
-,-, 16th-century: Aldgate (2), p. 10a (Plate 20); Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b (Plates 72–74); Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 111); Tower (2), p. 182b (Plate 20), 183a.
-,-, 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 7b (Plate 23); Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a (Plates 73, 75); Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 111); Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a (Plate 23).
-, Busts:
-,-, Men: 16th-century: Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a (Plate 24). 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; Cornhill (1), p. 85a; Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a (Plate 24); Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a, b (Plate 21); (6), p. 136a; Portsoken (1), p. 172a; Tower (2), p. 183b; Walbrook (1), p. 196a. Early 18th-century: Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.
-,-, Women: 16th-century: Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a (Plate 24). 17th-century: Aldersgate (2), p. 3a; Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a; Tower (2), pp. 182b, 183a. Early 18th-century: Cordwainer (1), p. 80b. Military: 17th-century: Coleman Street (1), p. 73b (Plate 46).

Eldridge:
-, Brian, see under Bellfounders.
-, William, see under Bellfounders.

Elephant carrying howdah or castle, sculptured panel in oak representing: in Cutlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a; sculptured sign representing: in Belle Sauvage Yard, Farringdon Without (53), p. 166a.

Elizabeth, Queen of England, figure of: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), glass, p. 7a; statue of: from Ludgate and now over doorway of St. Dunstan's Fleet Street: Farringdon Without (5), p. 134a (Plate 66).

" Saint, figure representing: in painting on reredos of All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

" of Hungary, Saint, plaque of German glass date 1674 representing: in Painter-Stainers' Hall, Queenhithe (4), p. 175b.

Ellnor, Bartholomew, 1636, and Alice (Cheney) his wife, monument to: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10a (Plate 25).

Ellsworth, Anna, wife of John Ellsworth, see Shapelinck.

Ellys, John, second son of Sir Thomas Ellys, 1686, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 141b.

Elm Court: Farringdon Without (10). p. 153a.

Elsenhaimer, Christopher James, 1618, tablet to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b.

Elsing, William de, Chapel of Priory and Hospital of St. Mary-within-Cripplegate, founded in 1329 by: Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b.

Emery vault, 1673, inscription giving date of erection of: Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a.

Emmott, Morris, College of Arms designed by: Castle Baynard (5), p. 57b.

Envy, figure of: formerly in All Hallows the Great now in St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 188b; allegorical figure probably representing: carved in relief on the Monument: Bridge Within (2), p. 31a.

Erasmus, Desiderius, Paraphrase of, see under Books.

Escudero, Jacob, Scroll of the Law given by: Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Aldgate (3), p. 12b.

Essex Court: Farringdon Without (10), p. 154a (Plate 200).

Ethelburga, St., buildings dedicated to: see Churches.

Etty, William, figures of Moses and Aaron painted on reredos in St. Edmund by: Langbourn (2), p. 170a.

Evangelists, figures of: carved on cover of font: St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 42b; on Towers of St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 46a; on processional cross in St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a; carved on churchwarden's pew in All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 180a; medallions of: on gates of screen in St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 51b; symbols of: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 7a; All Hallows Barking, Tower (1) (on Evyngar brass), p. 178a; (on Thynne brass), p. 178b. See also individual names.

Evans:
-, Mary, 1710, floor-slab to: St. Dunstan's, Tower (3), p. 185a.
-, Thomas, 1687, bust of: Painter-Stainers' Hall, Queenhithe (4), p. 175b (Plate 46).
-, Thomas, 1687–8, floor-slab to: St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a.

Eve, see Adam.

Evens, Matthew, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Everdon, Sylvester de, 1255, Bishop of Carlisle, effigy probably of: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 140b (Plate 184).

Eynes, Thomas, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Evyngar, Andrew, 1533, and Ellyn his wife, brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.

Faber, Albrecht Otto, 1684, monument to: St. Dunstan's, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.

Fabyan, "Chronicles" of (1411), commencement of building of Guildhall mentioned in: Cheap (3), p. 63b.

Fairborn, Frances, 1677, floor-slab to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Faith, St., Chapel of, in crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, see Churches and Chapels.

Faith, allegorical representation of, painting on dome of St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 43a; painting representing St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Falstaff Cup: St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 30a (Plate 29).

Fanshew, Thomas, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple, Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Farewell, Alice (Walter), 1655, wife of Philipes Farewell, tablet to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Farringdon Ward Within, pp. 104–120; parishes in, p. 104a.

Farringdon Ward Without, pp. 120–166; parishes in, p. 120a.

Felix, or Festus, representation of Paul before: carved on portico of St. Paul's Cathedral: Castle Baynard (1), p. 45b.

Fellowes, William, of Lincoln's Inn and John Fellowes, 1712, floor-slab to: St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 188b.

Felsted, Thomas, 1711, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Fenner, Edward, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Fermer, Thomas, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Ferne, Thomas, 1706, tablet to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Ferrers, Richard, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple, Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Ferres, Henry, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Festus, see Felix.

Fetherstone, Cuthbert, 1615, bust of: St. Dunstan's, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b (Plate 21).

Fetter Lane, Nos. 39 to 42: Farringdon Without (38), p. 164b.

Fig Tree Court: Farringdon Without (9), p. 147a (Plate 199).

Finch:
-, George, 1710, floor-slab to: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.
-, Nathaniel, shield-of-arms of, in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, William [1672], floor-slab to: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.
-, William, 1672, and Esther Finch, 1673, tablet to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a.

Firebacks, see Ironwork under Metal-work.

Fireplaces, Chimney-pieces, Overmantels and Mantelpieces, with Ornamental Features:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-, 15th-century: Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.
-, 16th-century: Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a.
-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (5), p. 3b (Plate 8); Bassishaw (1), p. 13b (Plate 8); (2), p. 14a; (3), p. 14a; Bishopsgate (8), p. 25a (Plate 76); Broad Street (4), p. 36b; Broad Street (5), p. 37a; Candlewick (1), p. 40a (Plate 83); Castle Baynard (1), p. 48b; (4), p. 57a; (5), p. 58a; (6), p. 59a; Cheap (1), p. 62b; (3), p. 68a; (4), p. 70b (Plate 136); (5), p. 70b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80a; Dowgate (3), p. 101a (Plate 155); (4), p. 102b, 103a; (6), p. 103b; (7), p. 104a; Farringdon Within (7), p. 115a; (8), p. 116a, b; (9), p. 117b (Plate 8); (13), pp. 118b, 119a; Farringdon Without (9), pp. 145b, 146b, 147a, b; (10), pp. 151b, 152a, b, 153a, 154a, b (Plate 200) 155a, 156a; (11), p. 158a, b; (15), p. 160a (Plate 76); (17), p. 160b; (22), p. 162a; (32), p. 163b; (33), p. 164a; (44), p. 165a; Queenhithe (1), p. 174b; Tower (6), p. 185b; Vintry (4), p. 192b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Cornhill (1), p. 85b (Plate 83).
-, Early 18th-century: Aldersgate (7), p. 4a; Farringdon Within (12), p. 118a, b; (14), p. 119a; Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a (Plate 195); (10), p. 152b; (20), p. 161b; Tower (8), p. 186b.

Firmin, Thomas, 1697, Governor of Christ's Hospital, tablet to: now in Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Fishborne, Richard, 1625, monument to: in Ambulatory of Mercers' Hall, Cheap (4), p. 70b (Plate 64).

Fishmongers' Hall, see City Companies.

Fish Street Hill, Nos. 18 and 19: Bridge Within (4), p. 31b (Plate 41).

Fitz-James, John, 1669, floor-slab to: now in churchyard of Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.

Flagons, see under Plate, Church.

Fleet Street, No. 17: Farringdon Without (20), p. 161a (Plates 202, 209).

" " No. 22: Farringdon Without (22), p. 162a.

" " Nos. 44 and 45: Farringdon Without (21), p. 162a.

" " Nos. 145, 146 and 147: Farringdon Without (23), p. 162a.

Fleetwood, William, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Flemish School of Painting: "Adoration of the Trinity" in St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62b.

Flers, Sarah, 1698, widow of Theodore Flers, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Floor-slabs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Flower, Christopher, 1698, slab to: in churchyard of St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Folkingham:
-, Edward, 1683, arms of: in glass in Cutlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.
-, Edward, 1698, and Elizabeth his wife, 1708, slab to, in churchyard of St. Michael: Cornhill (1), p. 85b.

Fontaine, John de la, 1708, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Fonts and Covers:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-, 15th-century: Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b.
-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2a (Plate 10); Aldgate (1), p. 6a (Plate 11); (2), p. 10a (Plate 11); Billingsgate (1), p. 15b (Plate 9); (2), p. 17b; Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a (Plate 11); Bread Street (1), p. 26b (Plate 12); Bridge Within (1), p. 29b; Broad Street (1), p. 32a (Plate 9); Candlewick (1), p. 39b (Plate 13); (2), p. 42b (Plate 13); Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a; (3), p. 56a (Plate 10); Cheap (1), p. 61b (Plate 10); Coleman Street (1), p. 73a (Plate 12); (2), p. 75a (Plate 9); Cordwainer (1) (from St. Mary le Bow now in St. Alban, Westcliffe), p. 80b; (2), p. 83a (Plate 9); Cornhill (1), p. 85a; (2), p. 87b; Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a (Plate 12); (2), p. 108b (Plate 9); (3), p. 110b (Plate 10); Farringdon Without (1), p. 122a (Plate 10); (4), p. 131b (Plate 9); (6), p. 136a (Plate 13); Langbourn (1), p. 167b (Plate 11); (2), p. 169b (Plate 11); Queenhithe (1), p. 174a (Plate 13); Tower (1), p. 178b (Plates 13, 220); (2), p. 182b; Vintry (1), p. 188b; Walbrook (1), p. 195b (Plate 11); (2), p. 198a (Plate 12).
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Vintry (2), p. 191a (Plate 10).
-, Early 18th-century: Cripplegate Without, p. 98a.

Foorthe:
-, Alderman Dannel: name carved in Hall of Brewers' Company, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.
-, Alderman John: name carved in Hall of Brewers' Company, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Forbes, Sir Francis, clock given by: to Haberdashers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93a.

Ford, Mary, see Bewley.

Forre, Paul, cup given by: St. Mary Woolnoth, Langbourn (3), p. 170b.

Forster, John, 1708, and William Forster, 1709, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Fortescewe or Fortiscue:
-, Lewis, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Fortitude, allegorical figure of: carved in relief on the Monument, Bridge Within (2), p. 31a.

Foster, John, Master of Merchant Taylors' Company, 1672–3: Bread Street (4), p. 36b.

Foster Lane, Nos. 5 and 6: Aldersgate (9), p. 4a.

Fountain: in Fountain Court, Farringdon Without (10), p. 156b (Plate 198).

Fowler, Richard, 1691, and his grand-nephews, Robert, 1691, and Thomas, 1695, floor-slab to: St. Peter, Cornhill (2), p. 87b.

Fownes, Edward, alms-dish of 1683 given by: All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 168a.

Fox's Acts and Monuments, see under Books.

Foxe, John: buried in St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 96b.

Francks, Constantine, painting of "The Last Supper" said to be by: St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a.

Freeman or Freman:
-, John, 170(5), slab to: in churchyard of St. Stephen, Coleman Street (2), p. 75b.
-, Richard, 1691, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.
-, William, monument erected 1701 to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a (Plate 189).

Freshwater, Elizabeth (Orme), 1617, wife of Thomas Freshwater and her parents Mary, 1616, and John Orme, 1618, monument to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b (Plate 23).

Frevill, George, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Frithe, William, 1648, tablet to: formerly in All Hallows Staining, now in St. Olave Hart Street: Tower (2), p. 183a.

Frobisher, Martin, buried in St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 96b.

Fuller:
-, Mary, see Beachcroft.
-, William, D.D., 1659, vicar of St. Giles, tablet to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.
-, the younger, painting of "the Apotheosis of St. Lawrence," 1678, by: on ceiling of vestry, St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62b.

Funeral-Achievements, see under Armour.

Funeral-helms, see under Armour.

Funeral-palls, see under Palls.

Furniture:
-, Banco:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Aldgate (3), p. 11a.
-, Book-cases:
-,-, 17th-century: Farringdon Without (10), p. 153a.
-, Bread-shelves: see also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, 17th-century: Candlewick (1), p. 38b; Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a; Cheap (1), p. 63a; Cornhill (2), p. 87a; Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a (Plate 45); (4), p. 114a; Langbourn (1), p. 167a (Plate 45); Vintry (1), p. 188a.
-, Candlesticks (wooden):
-,-, 17th-century: Cordwainer (1), p. 81a.
-, Chairs:
-,-, 17th-century: Aldgate (2), p. 10a; Billingsgate (1), p. 15b; (2), p. 17a; Candlewick (1), p. 38b (Plate 5); Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a (Plate 5); Dowgate (4), p. 103a; Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a (Plate 5); Queenhithe (1), p. 174a; Tower (1), p. 178b; (2), p. 182a; Vintry (1), p. 188a (Plate 5); Walbrook (1), p. 195b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Aldgate (3), p. 11b; Castle Baynard (1), p. 48b.
-, Chests:
-,-, 17th-century: Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a; Bread Street (1), p. 26a; Bridge Within (1), p. 29a; Broad Street (1), p. 32a; (2), p. 33b; Cheap (1), p. 61a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73a; Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a (Plate 45); Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a; Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b, (4), p. 131b; Langbourn (2), p. 169b; Queenhithe (1), p. 174a; Walbrook (1), p. 195b; (2), p. 197b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Bridge Within (1), p. 29a; Cordwainer (1), p. 80a.
-, Cupboards:
-,-, 17th-century: Billingsgate (1), p. 15b; Farringdon Within (2), p. 108b; (3), p. 110a; Vintry (1), p. 188a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 48b.
-, Desks:
-,-, 17th-century: Farringdon Without (1), p. 122a.
-,-, Undated: Farringdon Within (1), p. 107b (Plate 45).
-, Dresser:
-,-, 17th-century: Farringdon Within (9), p. 117b.
-, Poor-boxes:
-,-, 17th-century: Bread Street (1), p. 26b; Candlewick (2), p. 43a; Cheap (1), p. 63a; Cordwainer (1), p. 81a; (2), p. 83a; Cornhill (2), p. 88a; Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b; Queenhithe (1), p. 174b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Aldgate (3), p. 12a; Cripplegate Without, p. 99b.
-, Tables:
-,-, 16th-century: Dowgate (4), p. 103a.
-,-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; Castle Baynard (3), p. 56b; Cheap (1), p. 63a; Coleman Street (1), p. 74a; Cordwainer (1), p. 81a; Cornhill (2), p. 88b; Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 114a; Langbourn (5), p. 171a; Queenhithe (1), p. 174b; Vintry (1), p. 189b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 52b.

Furnival's Inn: in Farringdon Ward Without, p. 120a.

Gabriel, St., Fragment of mediæval MSS. from registers of: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16b; Churches dedicated to, see Churches.

Galleries:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, In Churches:
-, 17th-century: Billingsgate (1), p. 15b; (2) (organ), p. 17b; Bread Street (1), p. 26b; Candlewick (2), p. 42b; Castle Baynard (1) (internal), pp. 47a, 48b; (external), p. 46a; (2), p. 54a; (3), p. 56a; (organ) Cheap, (1) p. 62a; (4), p. 70a; Coleman Street (1) (organ), p. 73a; Cornhill (2), p. 87b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a; (2), p. 109a; (3), p. 110b; (4), p. 113a; Farringdon Without (1), p. 122a; (4), p. 132a; Langbourn (2), p. 169b; Queenhithe (1), p. 174a; Tower (1), p. 179a; (2), p. 182b; Walbrook (2), p. 198a.
-, Early 18th-century: Aldgate (3), p. 12a; Bridge Within (1), p. 29b; Vintry (2), p. 191a.

Gardner, John, 1690, and Mary his wife, 1713: floor-slab to: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

Garett, John, 1683, doctor of medicine, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184b.

Garter, Star of the Order of: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 7a.

Gascoigne, George, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Gatehouses and Gateways: see also Gates, under Metal-work.
-, 17th-century: Aldgate (2), p. 9a; Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; Farringdon Within (13), p. 119a; Farringdon Without (10), p. 156b (Plate 202); (20), p. 161a; Langbourn (1), p. 167b; Tower (2), p. 183b; Vintry (6), p. 193b.
-, Early 18th-century: Farringdon Without (16), p. 160a.

Gatford, Lionel, Rector of St. Dionis, 1715, Anne, 1705, and Mary (Halford), 1710, his wives, tablet to: formerly in St. Dionis and now in All Hallows, Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167b.

Gaudy, Mary, 1671, Bassingborne and William her brothers and Framlingham Gaudy her cousin, all 1660–1, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.

Gawden, Sir Dennis, Kt., Lord Mayor, shield-of-arms of: in Clothworkers' Hall (glass), Tower (5), p. 185b.

Gayer, Sir John, arms of: on font, St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10a.

Geffrye Museum, Kingsland Road, E., staircase and gallery from St. Augustine's now on loan at: Farringdon Within (2), p. 109a.

Gembels, Francis, tapestry by: Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 37a.

General Post Office, remains of Roman Wall and anglebastion preserved in: Farringdon Within, p. 104a.

Gent, Thomas, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall: Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

George, Christopher, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

" St., buildings dedicated to: see under Churches and Chapels; shield-of-arms of: (glass), Tower (1), p. 179a; wood-carving of arms of: Armourers and Brasiers Hall, Coleman Street (4), p. 76a; cross of, St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 7a.

Gibbon, William, 1679, treasurer of Christ's Hospital, tablet to: now in Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Gibbons, Grinling, carvings by: St. Paul's Cathedral (Exterior), Castle Baynard (1), p. 45a; St. Paul's Cathedral (Interior), Castle Baynard (1) (stalls), p. 51b; (organ-case), p. 51a; font by, St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73a.

Gilbert:
-, Elizabeth, see North.
-, Elizabeth, 1687, floor-slab to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.
-, Thomas, 1483, and Agnes, 1489, widow of John Saunders, brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.

Gilbourne, Percival, 1694, tablet to: St. Stephen, Walbrook (1), p. 196a.

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

Girdlers' Hall, see City Companies.

Glanvill, John, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeant's Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Glascocke, Charles, flagons given by: St. Mary Woolnoth, Langbourn (3), p. 170b.

Glass:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, English: (excluding Heraldic Glass, for which, see below). 15th-century: (fragments) Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a. 16th-century: (fragments) Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a; Broad Street (2), p. 34a. 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 7a (Plate 53); (2), p. 10a.
-,-, Foreign: 14th-century: Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a.
-, Secular:
-,-, English: 17th-century: Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b (Plate 14); Dowgate (5), p. 103a; Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b; Langbourn (6), p. 171b; Vintry (4), p. 193a. c. 1700: Bassishaw (1), p. 14a; (2), 14a.
-,-, Foreign: Late 16th or early 17th-century: Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a. 17th-century: Farringdon Within (8), p. 116b; Queenhithe (4), p. 175b.
-, Heraldic:
-,-, English: 15th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a (Plate 15). 16th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 6b (Plate 15); Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a, b; (14), p. 159b; Tower (1), p. 179a. 17th-century: Aldgate (2), p. 10a; Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a. (Plates 14, 15), (2), p. 23a; Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a; (7), p. 95b; Dowgate (6), p. 103b; Farringdon Within (7), p. 114b; (8), p. 116b; (10), p. 117b; (11), p. 118a; Farringdon Without (9), p. 145b; (10), p. 150a, b (Plate 196); (12), p. 158b; (14), p. 159b (Plate 205); Queenhithe (4), p. 175b; Tower (1), p. 179a; (5), p. 185b (Plate 224); Vintry (4), p. 193a. Early 18th-century: Farringdon Without (1), p. 122a (Plate 167); Langbourn (2), p. 169b (Plate 208).

Glover:
-, John, Master of Apothecaries Company, 1691, name inscribed on cartouche over fireplace in Apothecaries' Hall: Farringdon Within (7), p. 115a.
-, Robert, 1588, Somerset Herald, monument to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 98b.
-, Thomas, 1677, tablet to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.

Gluttony; carved wooden figure of boy commemorating Fire of London "occasioned by the Sin of Gluttony, 1666": Farringdon Without (52), p. 165b.

Godbold, John, Shield-of-arms of, in glass from Serjeants' Inn: Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Godfrey:
-, Cornelius, stand-paten given to Dutch Church, 1635, by: Broad Street (2), p. 34a.
-, Jane, see Harrison.
-, Michael, 1689, Elizabeth his daughter, 1691, and Hester his daughter and wife of Hugh Smithson, 1698, monument to: St. Swithin, Walbrook (2), p. 198a.
-, Michael, 1695, first Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, tablet to: St. Swithin, Walbrook (2), p. 198a.

Godliman Street, No. 16: Castle Baynard (7), p. 59a.

Godschalck, Joas, sen., flagon given to Dutch Church, 1635, by: Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Goefrey le Troumpeur, name of: inscribed on coffin-lid in Crypt of Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 67a.

"Gog" and "Magog", figures of: carved by Richard Saunders, 1707–8 in Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 65a.

Golden Gallery, The: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 46a.

Goldsmith:
-, Francis (Appleton) 1618, wife of Francis Goldsmith, tablet to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179a.
-, Oliver, chambers of: in Brick Court, Farringdon Without (10), p. 153b.
-, William son of William the: founded Benedictine Nunnery of St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 19b.

Goldsmiths' Hall, see City Companies.

Goldwell, arms of, see Heraldry.

Goodfellow, Christopher, 1690, Dorothy his wife, 1711, and John his son, 1700, tablet to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.

Gordon, Hannah, 1710, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Gore:
-, Alice, see Payne.
-, Elizabeth, 1698, daughter of Sir William Gore, monument with bust of: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b.

Gough:
-, Jeremy, 1692, and Mary his wife, 1705, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.
-, Thomas, 1705, floor-slab to: St. Anne and St. Agnes, Aldersgate (1), p. 2b.

Gough Square, No. 1: Farringdon Without (29), p. 162b.

" No. 17, known as Johnson's House: Farringdon Without (30), p. 163a.

Gould, Sir Henry, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Gourney, Susanna, wife of Edward Gourney, 1675–6, Edward Gourney, 1703, Ann Rickards, 1714, and Susanna their daughters, and three grandchildren, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184a.

Gracechurch Street, No. 19: Bishopsgate (6), p. 25a.

Grant, Mary, 1707, and Thomas, 17.., floor-slab to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b.

Gray's Inn, Barnard's Inn an Inn of Chancery attached to: Farringdon Without (14), p. 159a.

Grates and Grilles, see under Metal-work.

Great Fire, Churches damaged or destroyed by: see Appendix No. 2, p. 200; inscription recording glazing of All Hallows Barking after: (glass), Tower (1), p. 179a; Monument to commemorate: Bridge Ward Within (2), p. 30b; sign with figure of boy to Commemorate; Farringdon Without (52), p. 165b.

Great Tower Street, No. 34: Tower (6), p. 185b (Plates 40, 151).

Green, -e:
-, Edward, 1793, floor-slab to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b;
-, Katherine, first wife, 1690, and Susanna second wife, 1700, of John, monument to: from St. Christopher le Stocks now in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.
-, William, name of: carved in Hall of Brewers' Company, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Greenberg, Edward, 1694, and Ellinar his wife, 1681, tablet to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.

Gregory, St., Churches dedicated to: see under Churches.

Gregory:
-, Mary, see Clitherow.
-, Sir William, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Grenfeilde, George, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Gresham:
-, Sir Richard, stained glass window with figure representing, in Hall of St. Bartholomew's Hospital: Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b.
-, Sir Thomas, 1579, altar-tomb to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a (Plate 19); pavement from original building by, now in present Royal Exchange: Broad Street, (3), p. 34b.

Gresham Street, No. 52: Cheap (10), p. 71b.

" " No. 69: Cripplegate Within (10), p. 96a.

Greswold, Dorothy, see Offley.

Grew, Mary (Huetson), 1685, wife of Nehemiah Grew, M.D., tablet to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Grey Friars, see Sectional Preface under Monastic Buildings, p. xxvi; Christchurch Newgate Street on site of conventual church of: Farringdon Within (1), p. 104b.

Grey, Henry, Duke of Suffolk, executed, 1554, mummified human head formerly in Holy Trinity Minories and now in St. Botolph said to be that of: Portsoken (1), p. 172b.

Grice, John, 1689, floor-slab to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Grocers' Company, see under City Companies.

" Hall Court, Nos. 12 and 12a: Cheap (9), p. 71b.

Grundy, Nicholas, see Orme.

Gryme:
-, Dorothy (Reade) wife of Robert Gryme, 1681, Robert their son, 1684, tablet to: St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b.
-, Robert, arms of: (glass) in Cutlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.

Guildford, Lord, see North.

Guildhall, The: Cheap (3), p. 63b; (Plans, pp. 64, 66; Plates 130, 131, 132, 174); carved bosses in E. crypt of: p. 65b; carved bosses in S. Porch of: p. 65b.

Gwilt, George, restorations at St. Mary le Bow, 1818–20, carried out by: Cordwainer (1), p. 76b.

Gybbon, Edmund, 1677, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.

Gyua, John and Elizabeth his wife, funeral pall given by; Ironmongers' Hall, Aldersgate (6), p. 3b.

Haberdashers' Hall, see City Companies.

Hack, Mary (Beach), 1704, wife of . . . Hack, monument to: St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a.

Hacket, Mary, see Davenport.

Hackluyt, Richard, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Haddon:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry.
-, Anthony, 1688, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.
-, Sir Richard, 1516, Lord Mayor, brass to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a.

Hale, Richard, 1620, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184b.

Halford, Mary, see Gatford.

Haliday, William, Alderman, 1623, and Susanna (Row) his widow (afterwards wife of Robert, Earl of Warwick), 1645, Anne, wife of Sir Henry Mildmay, their daughter, 1656, and Diana Maria, daughter of the last named, 1643, monument to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a (Plate 21).

Hall:
-, Ann, 1678, and Elizabeth, 1680, daughters of Thomas Hall, brass to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 112b.
-, Martin, Warden of Painter-Stainers' Company, 1628, arms of: (glass), Queenhithe (4), p. 175b.
-, William, 1680, tablet to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a; cup and cover-paten given to St. Vedast by: Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b.

Hallett, Sir James, spoon of 1708 given to St. Vedast by: Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b.

Halsey, Rev. James, 1640, floor-slab to: formerly in St. Alphege, now in City of London Cemetery, Manor Park, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a.

Hamersley, Sir Hugh, 1636, Lord Mayor, and wife, wall-monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b (Plate 23).

Hamey, Baldwin, 1640, physician to the Czar, tablet to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179a.

Hammond or Hamond:
-, Edmund, 1642, monument to: All Hallows, Broad Street (1), p. 32a.
-, Leonard, cup of, 1638, given to St. James Garlickhithe by: Vintry (2), p. 191b.
-, Thomas, 1698, Thomas, 1699, Martha and Margaretta, 1706, all infant children of Thomas and Elizabeth Hammond, and Charles Hammond, M.A., their uncle, 1700–1, floor-slab to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 185a.

Hamms, Stephen, 1690, and Thomasine, 1696, floor-slab to: St. Anne and St. Agnes, Aldersgate (1), p. 2b.

Hamond, see Hammond.

Hanmer, Sir Thomas, 1687–8, monument to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b (Plate 26).

Hanson, Elizabeth, see Jordan.

Hare Court: Farringdon Without (10), pp. 152a, b, 153a.

Harper, Thomas, master, 1579, name and mark of: carved on panel in Carpenters' Hall, Broad Street (5), p. 37a.

Harris, Renatus, see also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi. Organs built by: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 8a; St. Clement Eastcheap, Candlewick (1), p. 40a; St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62b; St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85b; St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99a; Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b; St. Bride, Farringdon Without (4), p. 132a; St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b; All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167b; St. Botolph, Portsoken (1), p. 172a; All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Harrison, or Harryson,
-, Edmund, 1666, embroiderer to King James I, Charles I and Charles II, and Jane (Godfrey) his wife, tablet to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 98b (Plate 27).
-, Gilbert, patens given to All Hallows Honey Lane by: now in St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Hart Street, No. 8: formerly Rectory of St. Olave's Church, Tower (7), p. 185b.

Harvey, Harvie, Harvy or Hervey:
-, Benjamin, 1684, tablet to: St. Alban, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90a.
-, Sir Francis, 1626, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, John, 1700, monument to: St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 17b (Plate 26).
-, William, 1677, alderman and sheriff, 1663, son of Robert, and Hugh his second son, 1679, tablet to: St. Alban, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b.
-, William, 1597, and his first two wives, Maudlin, 1581, and Margarett, 1593, and Robert his eldest son, 1608, and Robert's wife Sara (Audley), 1638, tablet to: St. Alban, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90a.
-, William, Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1545, shield-of-arms of (glass): Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.

Harvist, Edward, 1610–11, brewer, "one of His Majesties Gunners," and Ann his wife, 1610, monument to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 98b.

Hastings, George, Earl of Huntingdon, shield-of-arms of: within garter surmounted by coronet, in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Hat-pegs and Stands, see under Metal-work.

Hatsell, Sir Henry, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Hatton:
-, Roger, 1666, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.
-, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Havard, Nicholas, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Hawes Nathaniel, 1700, treasurer of Christ's Hospital, tablet to: now in Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Hawksmoor, Nicholas, St. Mary Woolnoth designed by: Langbourn (3), p. 170a.

Hayward, Sir Rowland, Kt., 1593, and his two wives Johan (Tilsworth) and Katherin (Smith) and children, monument to: St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b (Plate 22).

Head-Stones, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Heath, arms probably of: in glass panel in Inner Temple Library, Farringdon Without (9), p. 145b.

Heila, Dominic van, 1608, monument to: now in Church of Castle Hedingham, Essex, formerly in All Hallows, Broad Street (1), p. 32a.

Helen, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches; Benedictine Nunnery of: see parish church of St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 19a.

Helicon, Mount, see Pegasus.

Helmets, see Armour.

Helsdingen, see van Helsdingen under Bustyn.

Heneage, Sir Thomas, 1594, and Anne his wife, 1592, mutilated marble effigies of: in crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 111).

Henry II, Temple Church built in reign of: Farringdon Without (7), p. 137a.

Henry VIII, arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; inscription recording 'refoundation' of St. Bartholomew's Hospital in 1546 by: Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b; statue of: on Gatehouse of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Farringdon Without (16) p. 160b; stained glass window with figure representing: in Hall of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b; wooden figure of: Haberdashers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93b.

" Prince of Wales, eldest son of James I, died 1612, see "Prince Henry's Room."

Henshawe, Benjamin, 1687–8, and Martha his wife, 1697, floor-slab to: St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 29b.

Heraclius, Patriarch of Jerusalem, Temple Church consecrated in 1185 by: Farringdon Without (7), p. 137a.

Heraldry:
-, Arms, Shields-of- (before 1550):
-,-, Blazoned and Identified: (Note—for the blazons of these arms, see p. 203). Acton: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), (glass), p. 6b. Astry: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2) (glass), p. 23a. Bakers' Company: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 6b. Bodley: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (Leveson brass), p. 6a. Brewers' Company: Cripplegate Within (6) (funeral pall), p. 95a. Byfield: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2) (Haddon brass), p. 182a. Calais, staple of: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass) pp. 6b, 7a; St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2) (tomb of Sir John Crosby), p. 23b; St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2) (Haddon brass), p. 182a. Croke: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179a. Crosby: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2) (glass), p. 23a; (tomb of Sir John Crosby), p. 23b. Draper: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 7a. Fishmongers' Company: Bridge Street Within (3) (embroidered on Funeral Pall), p. 31b. Goldwell: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 6b. Grocers' Company: Bishopsgate (2) (tomb of Sir John Crosby), p. 23b; (glass), p. 23a. Haddon: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2) (brass), p. 182a. Ironmongers' Company: Aldersgate (6) (funeral pall), p. 3b. Jambe: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a. Jennings: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), pp. 6b, 7a (Plate 15). Kirton: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), see Jennings (glass), p. 6b. Leveson: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (brass), p. 6a; (glass), p. 6b. London, City of: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), pp. 6b, 7a; St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2) (glass), p. 23a; Guildhall, Cheap (3) (in Hall), p. 64a, b; (on boss, E. crypt), p. 65b; St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2) (Rahere tomb), p. 127b. London, See of: Guildhall, Cheap (3) (on boss, E. crypt), p. 65b. Masterson: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 6b. Mercers' Company: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 6b; St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2) (Haddon brass), p. 182a. Merchant Taylors' Company: ancient arms, St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), pp. 6b (Plate 15), 7a; St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b; Broad Street (4) (funeral pall), p. 37a. Merchant Venturers' Company: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 6b; All Hallows Barking, Tower (1) (Evyngar brass), p. 178a. Morland: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2) (Haddon brass), p. 182a. Nicholls: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 6b. Pemberton: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2) (brass on altar-table), p. 23b. Prestwood: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (Leveson brass), p. 6a; (glass), p. 6b. Roos: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7) (on shield of effigy), p. 141a. Saddlers' Company: Saddlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (10), (funeral pall) p. 117b. St. Bartholomew's Priory, Smithfield: Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b. St. George: Guildhall, Cheap (3) (on boss, E. crypt), p. 65b. St. Thomas of Canterbury: Brewers' Hall, Farringdon Within (6), p. 95a. Salters' Company: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1) (Evyngar brass), p. 178a. Tonge: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1) (brass), p. 178b. Vintners' Company: Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4) (funeral-pall), p. 193a. Watton: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), see Goldwell (glass), p. 6b.
-, Royal Arms: See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-,-, Edward the Confessor (azure a cross paty between five martlets or): Guildhall, Cheap (3) (in hall), p. 64a; (in S. porch), p. 65b; (on boss, E. crypt), p. 65b; St. Bartholomew the Less, Farringdon Without (3), p. 129b.
-,-, England and France, 1340–c. 1405 (azure powdered with fleurs-de-lis for France Ancient and England quarterly): 14th-century: St. Botolph, Portsoken (1), p. 172b.
-,-, England and France, c. 1405–1603 (azure three fleurs-de-lis or for France Modern and England quarterly): Sovereign not identified: 15th-century; Guildhall, Cheap (3) (S. Porch), p. 65b; (Hall), p. 64a; St. Bartholomew the Less, Farringdon Without (3), p. 129b; late 15th or early 16th-century; St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2) (Rahere tomb), p. 127b; 16th-century; St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 7a; Middle Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b. Henry VIII: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 6b; St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Farringdon Without (16) (glass), p. 160b.
-,-, Stuart, 1603–1707 (quarterly 1 and 4 France Modern quartering England; 2, or a lion within a double tressure flowered and countered-flowered gules for Scotland; 3, azure a harp or stringed argent for Ireland): Sovereign not identified: early 17th-century; St. Andrew's Court House, Farringdon Without (15) (fireplace), p. 160a; late 17th-century; St. Anne and St. Agnes, Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; from St. Matthew Friday Street in Schoolhouse of St. Leonard Foster Lane, Aldersgate (8), p. 4a; St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7a; St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10b (Plate 16); Girdlers' Hall, Bassishaw (1), p. 14a; Coopers' Hall, Bassishaw (3), p. 14a; St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a (Plate 16); St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a (Plate 16); Waterman's Hall, Billingsgate (3), p. 18a; St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 26a; St. Clement Eastcheap, Candlewick (1), p. 40b; St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 43b; St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 51b; St. Benet, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a (Plate 16); St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 63a; Mercers' Hall, Cheap (4), p. 70a; St. Margaret, Coleman Street (1), p. 74a; St. Stephen, Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 81a; St. Peter Cornhill, Cornhill (2) (on screen), p. 88b; St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92b; Tallow Chandlers' Hall, Dowgate (4), p. 102a, b; Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; St. Martin Ludgate, Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a; Apothecaries' Hall, Farringdon Within (7), p. 115a; Barbers' Hall, Farringdon Within (8), p. 116a; Cutlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a; Middle Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (10) (glass), p. 150b; All Hallows, Langbourn (1), p. 168a (Plate 16); St. Dionis, Langbourn (5), p. 171a; St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, Queenhithe (1), p. 174b; All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 180a; St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191b; Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4), p. 192b; St. Stephen, Walbrook (1), p. 196b.
-,-, Charles I: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2) (alms-dish), p. 10b; St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2) (door), p. 22b.
-,-, Charles II: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b; St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 27a; Monument, Bridge Within (2), p. 31a; St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2) (sword-rest), p. 83b; St. Peter, Cornhill (2) (dish), p. 88a; Haberdashers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93b; Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b; (glass), p. 95a; Parish Clerks' Hall, Cripplegate Within (7) (glass), p. 95b; Innholders' Hall, Dowgate (6), p. 103b; Saddlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (10), p. 117b; (glass), p. 117b; Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12) (glass), p. 158b; Painter-Stainers' Hall, Queenhithe (4) (glass), p. 175b; St. Olave, Tower (2) (dish), p. 183b; Clothworkers' Hall, Tower (5) (sword-rest), p. 185a. James II: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6) (mace), p. 137a. Anne: Goldsmiths' Hall: Aldersgate (5), p. 3b; Coachmakers' Hall, Aldersgate (7), p. 4a; St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 51b; St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1) (glass), p. 122a (Plate 167); St. Bride, Farringdon Without (4) (mace), p. 132b; St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b; Painter-Stainers' Hall, Queenhithe (4) (painting), p. 175b.
-,-, William III and Mary II: (Stuart Royal Arms with a scutcheon of Nassau). St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 7a; St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1) carved cartouche), p. 51b; (organ), p. 51a; St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b; Stationers' Hall, Farringdon Within (9) (screen), p. 117b; St. Olave, Tower (2), p. 183b; St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 189a; Salters' Hall, Walbrook (3), p. 198b.
-,-, Anne, after the Union with Scotland, 1707–1714: (quarterly: 1 and 4, England impaling Scotland; 2, France Modern; 3, Ireland). College of Arms, Castle Baynard (5), p. 58a; St. Edmund, Langbourn (3) (glass), p. 169b (Plate 208).
-, Heraldic Glass: see under Glass.

Hercules, carved figures of: on screen in Middle Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (10), p. 148b (Plate 194).

Hermitage of St. James on the Wall, crypt said to have formed part of: now under churchyard of All Hallows Staining, Tower (4), p. 185a.

Herne, Sir Nathaniel, 1679, tablet to: from St. Olave Old Jewry now in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Herring, Sarah, see Strode.

Hertford, Walter, monk of Christ Church, Canterbury, see Bate.

Hervey, see Harvey.

Hewit, -t:
-, Ann, 1713, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.
-, William, 1599, mutilated marble effigy of: in crypt St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 111).

Heydon, Sir Christopher, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Heythuysen, Johan van, 1673–4, and Gerard van, 1692–3, Anna his widow, 1704, John their son, 1697, and Delme van, 1701, floor-slab to: Dutch Church, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Hickford, Henry, cup given to St. Mary le Bow by: Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Hicks, arms probably of: in glass panel in Inner Temple Library, Farringdon Without (9), p. 145b.

Hickson, James, 1689, tablet to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b; name of: carved in Hall of Brewers' Company, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Hide or Hyde:
-, Bernard, 1630, Anna (Walcot) his wife, 1640, also to Bernard, 1655, and Hester (Trott) his wife, 1649, and Bernard their son, 1674, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184a.
-, Edward, 1st Earl of Clarendon, achievement-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Gilbert, Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1558, shield-of-arms of: (glass), Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.
-, Henry, 2nd Earl of Clarendon, achievement-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Laurence, 1st Earl of Rochester, 1685, achievement-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Sir Nicholas, 1626, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Sir Robert, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Robert, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Robert, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Higham:
-, Mary, wife of Sir Richard Higham, 1634, monument to: formerly in St. Katharine Coleman, now in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.
-, Robert, 1616, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Hill:
-, George, 1693, floor-slab to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.
-, W., clerk of St. Anne Blackfriars, spoon given by: now in St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, Castle Baynard (2), p. 54b.

Hind Court, No. 5: Farringdon Without (28), p. 162b.

Hinton, Anthony, 1678, tablet to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.

Hippocrene, Fountain of, see Pegasus.

Hobson, Elizabeth, see Sir Patience Ward.

Hoby, Sir Edward, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Hodges, Dr. Nathanael, 1688, tablet to: St. Stephen, Walbrook (1), p. 196a.

Hodgson, Thomas of Bramwill, name and arms of: in window of St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122a.

Hodson, John, see under Bellfounders.

Hodye, Edward, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Hoefnagel, Joris, correspondence with: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a; tapestry by Francis Gambels after the manner of: Merchant Taylors' Hall: Broad Street (4), p. 37a.

Holbrook, Ralph, husband of Elizabeth Holbrook, niece of Laurence Copping, gateway erected in 1687 by: Old Church of St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (4), p. 93a.

Holden:
-, Bridget, wife of John Holden, 16—, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.
-, N., 1657, stone entrance in St. Bride's to vault of: Farringdon Without (4), p. 132a.

Holder, William, S.T.P., 1697, and Susanna (Wren) his wife, 1688, monument to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Holdsworth, Richard, S.T.D., 1649, slab to: St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85b.

Holland, glass medallion representing naval action, 1631, between Spain and: Barbers' Hall, Farringdon Within (8), p. 116b.

" William, rector of All Hallows Staining, and Elizabeth his wife, see Tancred.

Hollier, Thomas, 1690, Lucy his wife, 1677, and Thomas, 1672, and James, 1686, their sons, floor-slab to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Hollingworth, John, flagon of 1630 given by: to St. Augustine Old Change, now in Victoria and Albert Museum, Farringdon Within (2), p. 108b.

Hollingsworth, Mary, see Barcroft.

Holt:
-, Sir John, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Sir John, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, shield-of-arms of: (glass), erected by Silvester Petyt in Barnard's Inn, 1705, Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.

Holy Family, The, see under Christ.

" Trinity the Less, buildings dedicated: see under Churches.

Homer Boards: in Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Aldgate (3), p. 12b.

Hone, William and Joyce his wife, late 16th-century tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Less, Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a.

Hooker, Thomas, 1677, arms of: glass in Cutlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.

Hoop and Grapes, Aldgate High Street: Portsoken (2), p. 172b.

Hope, figure of: carved on monument to Sir Patience Ward, St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 42b (Plate 55); painting of, St. Mary Abchurch (on dome), Candlewick (2), p. 43a; painting of: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Hopegood, Edward, 1679, Jane his wife, 1677, and Lettice, 1709, Elizabeth, 1658, and Elizabeth, 1665, his daughters, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Hopper, T., name and date Novr. 22, 1696, inscribed on bench: St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 123a.

Hornbuckle, William, Master of Parish Clerks' Company, 1679, arms of: (glass), Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b.

Horsey, Edward, shield-of-arms in Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Horsnell, William, principal of Thavie's Inn, 1655–6, tablet to: St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (I), p. 122b.

Hosier Lane, Nos. 1 and 2: Farringdon Without (41), p. 165a.

Hoster, Jane, see Humberstone.

Hoste, Jane, wife of Peter Vandeput, see Vandeput, Giles.

Hothersall, Henry, font given to St. Bride's in 1615: Farringdon Without (4), p. 132a.

Houghton, Robert, 1623, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (4), p. 133b.

Hour-glass case and stand, see Bronze under Metal-work.

Howard:
-, Duke of Norfolk, arms of, as Earl Marshal: College of Arms, Castle Baynard (5), p. 57b.
-, Hannah, 1699, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.
-, John, initials of: carved in Vestibule of Coopers' Hall, Bassishaw (3), p. 14a.
-, Matthew, 1675, Samuel his son, 1698, and Sarah his wife, 1700, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.
-, Sarah, 1703, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.
-, William, 1687, Churchwarden of St. Peter Westcheap, name inscribed on stone tablet in Cheapside, Farringdon Within (17), p. 119b.

Howell:
-, James, 1666, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 141b.
-, Joane, 1689, wife of Richard Howell, and Mary his sister, 1690, headstone to: St. Michael, Queenhithe (3), p. 175a.
-, John, 1708, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Howland, Sarah, see Collett.

Huckell, Robert, 1694, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Hudles, Nicholas, Master of Parish Clerks' Company, 1674, and 1682, arms of: (glass), Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b.

Huetson, Mary, see Grew.

Hugford, John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Huitson, John, 1689, and Martha (Cooper) his wife, 1681, tablet to: St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85b.

Humberstone, Jane (Hoster) 1694, and her husband Mathew Humberstone, 1709, tablet to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b.

Hunt, Robert, 1676, floor-slab to: now in churchyard, Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.

Hunter:
-, Elizabeth (Lannoy), 1712, and her husband John Hunter, 1714, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.
-, Henry, 1669, and Henry his son, 16—, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Huntingdon, George, Earl of, see Hastings.

Husband, Richard, see Barcroft.

Hutton:
-, Richard, 1625, shield-of-arms, in glass from Serjeants' Inn: Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Sir Richard, 1638, monument to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b.

Huyde, John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Huyssen, Margaret Laurencia, see Cornwall.

Hyde: see Hide.

Incorporated Law Society, glass from Serjeants' Inn (Chancery Lane), now in Hall of: Farringdon Without (12), p. 158b.

Indents, see under Brasses.

Ingepene, Richard, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Ingle, Mary, 1684, daughter of John Ingle, floor-slab to: St. Peter, Cornhill (2), p. 87b.

Ingram, Sir Arthur, 1681, Hannah Champneys, 1693, his daughter, Ann his wife, 1702, and others later, tablet to: formerly in St. Dionis, now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167b.

Inner Temple, see under Inns of Court and Chancery.

Innholders' Company, see under City Companies.

Inns of Court and Chancery:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvii.
-, For blazon of arms, see p. 203.
-, Barnard's Inn: In Farringdon Ward Without, p. 120; Hall (now Mercers' School): Farringdon Without (14), p. 159a (Plates 203–5).
-, Clifford's Inn: Farringdon Without (11), p. 156b; Hall, p. 157a (Plan, p. 157); Chambers, Nos. 14–17, p. 157a (Plate 207); Chambers Nos. 10–12, p. 158a.
-, Inner Temple: Farringdon Without (9), p. 143a (Site plan, p. 144; Plates, see list of, p. xi); Hall, p. 145a; acquisition of present site by Society of: p. 143b; reconstruction of Gateway of: p. 143b; Gateway of: Farringdon Without (20), p. 161a (Plates 202, 209); facilities for rebuilding Gateway granted by Society of the, p. 161a.
-, Middle Temple: Farringdon Without (10), p. 147b (Site plan, p. 144, Plates, see list of, p. xi); Arms of: in Hall (glass), p. 150b; Cloisters, p. 151b (Plate 191); Gatehouse, p. 156b (Plate 202); Hall, p. 148a (Plan, p. 149); Plates, see list of, p. xi); Little Gate, p. 156b; acquisition of present site by Society of: Farringdon Without (9), p. 143b.
-, Serjeants' Inn (Chancery Lane): Farringdon Without (12), p. 158b.
-, " " (Fleet Street): Farringdon Without (13), p. 159a; shield-of-arms of: on painted stone tablet of No. 9, p. 159a; shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Chancery Lane, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Thavie's Inn, achievement-of-arms of: St. Andrew Holborn (glass), Farringdon Without (1), p. 122a (Plate 167).

Inscriptions and Scratchings: recording re-opening, etc., of St. Mary Aldermary, 1682: Cordwainer (2), p. 83b; on lintel of doorway at St. Mary le Bow, IC 22 IVNE 1677: Cordwainer (1), p. 79a; in St. Paul's Cathedral: Castle Baynard (1), p. 49a.

Ironmongers' Hall, see City Companies.

Isaac, Engraving on cup and paten of 1635 depicting sacrifice of: St. Botolph, Portsoken (1), p. 172b.

Ivy Lane, Nos. 26 and 27: Farringdon Within (16), p. 119b.

Jackson, Philip, 1686, tablet to: formerly in St. Dionis and now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167b.

Jacobs, John, 1683, and Rachel his wife, 1691, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Jacobsen or Jacobson:
-, Jacob, late 17th-century floor-slab to: formerly in All Hallows the Great, now in churchyard, Dowgate (1), p. 100a; tablet to: formerly in All Hallows the Great now in St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 188b.
-, Theodore, screen given to All Hallows the Great by: now in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 74a.

Jambe, [Bernard] de, arms of: see under Heraldry; indent of brass to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a.

James I wooden figure of: Clothworkers' Hall, Tower (5), p. 185a (Plate 46); figure of: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 7a.

" II, figure of, when Duke of York: The Monument, Bridge Ward Within (2), p. 31a.

" St., churches dedicated to: see under Churches. Statue by Francis Bird probably of: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45b; part of figure of: St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191a; figure of: on churchwarden's pew, St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191b.

James:
-, Eleanor, dishes given by: St. Benet, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56b.
-, Sir John, name of: carved in Hall of Brewers' Company, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.
-, Roger, 1591, brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.

Jeffreys:
-, Geoffrey, 1709, monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.
-, John, 1688, monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.
-, Mary Dive daughter of George, Lord Jeffreys, brass to: St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a.

Jemitt, Phillip, name of: carved in Hall of Brewers' Company, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Jennings, arms of, see under Heraldry.

Jeremy, Francis, 1668, floor-slab to: now in churchyard of Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.

Jermyn, -e:
-, Philip, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Robert, 1574, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Jerome, St., Vulgate of: c. 1270, formerly belonging to Trinity Chantry, now in St. Peter Cornhill (2), p. 87a.

Jesus Temple, see Dutch Church under Churches.

Jewel's Apology, 1609, see under Books.

Jewkes, Roland, 1665, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.

Jewry Street, No. 7: Aldgate (4), p. 12b.

" " No. 13: Aldgate (5), p. 12b.

John, St., buildings dedicated to: see under Churches. See also Evangelists. Carved panel with figure of: from pulpit of Christ Church, now incorporated in modern stalls, Farringdon Within (1), p. 107b; roundel with symbol of: on Gilbert brass, All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.

" the Baptist, buildings dedicated to: see under Churches; figures of: in painting on reredos of All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b; St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45a; incidents from life and death of: embroidered on funeral-pall in Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 37a; name inscribed on bell in St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b.

" of Jerusalem, see Knights of:

" Zachary, see under Churches.

Johnson:
-, Gerard, sculptor, monument by: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7a.
-, Sir John, 1698, alderman, tablet to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.
-, John, 1701–2, floor-slab to: St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a.
-, Nicholas, sculptor, tomb of Sir John Spencer, 1609, by: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a (Plates 73, 75); monument to John Stow by: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.
-, Richard, 1640, alms-dish given by: St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a.
-, Dr. Samuel, see No. 17, Gough Square.

Joiners' Hall, see under City Companies.

" " Buildings, No. 3: Vintry (5), p. 193a.

Jolly, Hannah, see Jones.

Jollyffe, Thomas, 1671, and William, 1680–1, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 141b.

Jones:
-, Hannah, paten given by: St. Botolph, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.
-, Henry, 1695, and Hannah (Jolly) his wife, 1708, wall monument to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b.
-, Sir Horace, alterations to Guildhall made by: in 1865, Cheap (3), p. 63b.
-, Inigo, church of St. Alban re-built by: Cripplegate Within (1), p. 89a; building designed by: Barbers' Hall, Farringdon Within (8), p. 115b; design of St. Katharine Cree attributed to: Aldgate (2), p. 9a.
-, Peter, 1694, tablet to: St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191a.
-, " 1694, floor-slab to: St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191a.

Jordan:
-, Abraham, organ built by: St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Ward Within (1), p. 29b.
-, Elizabeth (Hanson), 1690, wife of Edward Jordan, tablet to: St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.

Jourdain, John, 1706 (?), floor-slab to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Josiah, King, commanding money to be given to carpenters for repair of temple, representation of: painting in Carpenters' Hall, Broad Street (5), p. 37b.

Joye, Elizabeth, wife of Peter Joye, 1681, Peter their son, 1680, and Peter Joye, 1720, floor-slab to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 185a.

Judd, Sir Andrew, 1558, founder of Tonbridge School, tablet to: St. Helen Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a.

Judgment, The Last, carved stone panel representing: formerly over gateway in Shoe Lane and now in St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 123a; carving in wood of: in vestry of St. Stephen, Coleman Street (2), p. 75b (Plate 140).

Julian, St., carved figure of: Innholders' Hall, Dowgate (6), p. 103b.

Juno, carved figure of: Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a.

Jupiter, carved figure of: Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a.

Justice, figures of: Merchant Taylors' Hall (carved on screen), Broad Street (4), p. 36b; carved in relief on The Monument, Bridge Ward Within (2), p. 31a; in painting by Sir James Thornhill in Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 68a.

Katharine, St., buildings dedicated to: see Churches.

" name inscribed on bell: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b.

Kaye, Elizabeth, see Ashton.

Kebyll, Sir Henry, Lord Mayor, 1511–18, Church of St. Mary Aldermary built by: Cordwainer (2), p. 81a.

Kellond, John, 1685, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.

Kellum:
-, Maj. Gen. George, floor-slab to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.
-, George, 1672, floor-slab to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Kempthorne, Joanna, 169–, widow of Admiral Sir John Kempthorne, and Captain Rupert their youngest son, 1692, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Kent, Dixey, and Jane his wife, see Browne.

Kerby, Jeffery, 1632, and Susan his daughter, 1634, tablet to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b.

Kesteren:
-, Janettie van, 1711, wife of Otto van Kesteren, floor-slab to: Dutch Church, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.
-, Peter, 1686, floor-slab to: Dutch Church, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Kettle, Henry, brewer, 1671, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre's, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Kettlewell, the Rev. John, M.A., 1695, tablet to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179a.

Key-hole scutcheon, 17th-century: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 48b (Plate 18).

King:
-, Gregory, Rouge Dragon, 1712, wall-monument to: St. Benet, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a (Plate 26).
-, Sir John, K.C., 1677, Solicitor-general to James Duke of York, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.; floor-slab to: now in Churchyard of Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.
-, John, 1704, floor-slab to: St. Mary-le-Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

King Street, No. 11: Cheap (8), p. 71a.

King's Bench Walk, Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a (Plate 192).

Kint, William, flagon given to Dutch Church, 1613, by: Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Kirton, arms of: see Jennings under Heraldry.

Kirwin, William, 1594, and Magdalen his wife, 1597, altar-tomb to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b.

Knapp, John, 1708, and Mary (Brownrigg) his wife, 1711, floor-slab to: St. Mary-at-Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a.

Knight:
-, David, citizen and brewer, 1679, and Elizabeth his daughter, tablet to: St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b.
-, Henry, name of: carved in Hall of Brewers' Company, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, Knights Templars succeeded by: Farringdon Without (9), p. 143b.

" Templars, old precinct of: now held by Societies of Inner and Middle Temple, Farringdon Without (9), p. 143b; Temple Church built by: Farringdon Without (7), p. 137a.

Knott, John, arms of, 1670 (glass): Dowgate (6), p. 103b.

Knowles, Thomas, grocer, Mayor, 1400, building of Guildhall commenced by: Cheap (3), p. 63b.

Lahore, 17th-century carpet from: in Girdlers' Hall, Bassishaw (1), p. 14a.

Lake, Thomas, 1711, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.

Lamb, see also Agnus Dei.

" Paschal, carved on bosses in St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 5b.

Lamb Building, Farringdon Without (10), p. 151a (Plate 190).

Lambe's Chapel, Monkwell Street, brasses from: now in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a; crypt formerly under: now under churchyard of All Hallows Staining, Tower (4), p. 185a.

Langbourn Ward: pp. 166–172; parishes in: p. 166a.

Langham:
-, Samuell, paten probably of 1630 given to St. Augustine Old Change by: now in Victoria and Albert Museum, Farringdon Within (2), p. 108b.
-, Thomas, 1700, tablet to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Langhorne, John, see Bellfounders.

Langlie, Charles, 1602, ale-brewer, monument to: St. Giles Cripplegate Without, p. 98b (Plate 27).

Langston, William, 1655, floor-slab to: now in churchyard of Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.

Lannoy, Elizabeth, see Hunter.

Lantern, mediæval, Barnard's Inn, Farringdon Without (14), p. 159a, b.

Laud, William, Archbishop of Canterbury, alterations in church fittings made by: see Laudian; brass to George Snayth, auditor to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.

Laudian altar-frontal: St. Alban, Cripplegate Within (1), pp. 89a, 90a.

" fittings, example of: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 8b.

Laune, Gideon de, apothecary to Anne of Denmark, marble bust of: in Apothecaries' Hall, Farringdon Within (7), p. 115a (Plate 46).

Laurence, see Lawrence.

Lawrence, St., buildings dedicated to: see under Churches.

" Pountney Hill Nos. 1 and 2, Dowgate (7), p. 103b (Plates 40, 159).

" " " No. 7a, Dowgate (8), p. 104a.

Lawrence or Laurence:
-, Abigail, 1682, wife of Sir John Lawrence, altar-tomb to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.
-, Rachel, see Chambrelan.
-, Robert, 1673, name of: inscribed in Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Laxday, William and John, 1670, sons of William Laxday, slab to: in churchyard of St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.

Layton, Alexander, 1679, swordsman, tablet to: St. Dunstan's, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.

Leadbetter, Samuel, 1710, floor-slab to: St, Mary-at-Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a.

Leadenhall Street, No. 72: Aldgate (9), p. 13a.

Leadwork:
-, Cisterns:
-,-, 17th-century: Bassishaw (1), p. 14a (Plate 6); Bishopsgate (5), p. 25a; Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94a (Plate 6); Dowgate (6), p. 103b; Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b (Plate 6).
-,-, Early 18th-century: Tower (1), p. 178b.
-,-, 18th-century: Vintry (4), p. 193a.
-, Rainwater-heads and Pipes:
-,-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; Aldgate (2), p. 10b; Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b: Candlewick (2), p. 43b; (5), p. 44a; Castle Baynard (6), p. 59a; Cheap (1), p. 63a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; (6), p. 94a; Dowgate (3), p. 100b; (4), p. 101b; (6), p. 103a; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (9), p. 117a; Farringdon Without (1), p. 123a; (10), pp. 155a, b; (34), p. 164a; (44), p. 165a; Portsoken (2), p. 172b; Tower (2), pp. 180b, 183b; Vintry (1), p. 189a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 51b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Farringdon Within (12), p. 118a.
-, Tablets, inscribed:
-,-, c. 1700: Cheap (7), p. 71a.

Lechmere, Sir Nicholas, 1689, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Lee, John, Warden of Painter-Stainers' Company 16–, arms of: (glass), Queenhithe (4), p. 175b.

Leeds, Duke of, see Tancred.

Legh, Gerard, 1563, monument to: St. Dunstan's, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.

Leicester, Earl of, see Dudley.

le Maire, see Maire.

Lem, Joseph, 1686, altar-tomb to: St. Helen's churchyard, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Leonard, St., churches dedicated to: see under Churches.

Lethieullier, Jane, see Burkin.

Letten, Nathaniel, 1668, tablet to: formerly in St. Dionis', now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167b.

Leventhorp, John, 1510, brass to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b.

Leveson:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Nycolas, sheriff, 1539, and Denys (Bodley) his wife, 1560, brass to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 6a.

Levins, Humphrey, 1682, and Humphrey his son, 1677, tablet to: St. Mary-le-Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Lewis, Thomas, 1714, and George Lewis, 1722, tablet to: All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167b.

Lewkner, Richard, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Liberty, allegorical figure representing: in painting by Sir James Thornhill in Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 68a; carved in relief on the Monument, Bridge Within (2), p. 31a.

Library: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), pp 48, 49; (Plate 108).

Lightfoot, Catherine, 1673, daughter of Robert Abbot, tablet to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.

Lilburne, John, 1678, monument to: St. Stephen, Walbrook (1), p. 196a.

Lime Street Ward, parishes in: p. 172a.

Linckebeck, John Cornelius, 1655, monument to: St. Ethelburga, Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a.

Lion and Unicorn: 17th-century glass, St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7a; carvings of: from St. Matthew Friday Street, in Schoolhouse of St. Leonard Foster Lane, Aldersgate (8), p. 4a; St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 27a; St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 43b; St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, Castle Baynard (2), p. 54b; All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 168a; from St. Dionis Church, now in St. Dionis Hall, Langbourn (5), p. 171a; St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry, (2) p. 191b (Plate 16).

Lincoln, John Mackworth, Dean of: see Mackworth.

Litler, Richard, 1674, and Phebe his wife, 1695, monument to: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

Little Britain, Nos. 13 and 14; Aldersgate (10), p. 4a.

" " Nos. 55 and 56; Farringdon Without (43), p. 165a.

Littleton:
-, Ann (Littleton) wife of Edward Littleton, 1623–4, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 141b.
-, Edward, 1664, brass to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 140b.

Loades, Henry, churchwarden, name of: and date 1672 on screen, St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a.

Loe, Laurence, pavement given to Barbers' Hall, in 1646 by: Farringdon Within (8), p. 116b.

London, City of:
-, Arms before 1550 and identified, see under Heraldry; after 1550: St. Katharine Cree (glass), Aldgate (2), p. 10a; Girdlers' Hall (glass), Bassishaw (1), p. 13b; The Monument, Bridge Within (2), p. 31a; Mercers' Hall, Cheap (4), p. 70a, b; St. Mary Aldermary (on sword-rest), Cordwainer (2), p. 83b; Brewers' Hall (glass), Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a; St. Giles Cripplegate (Langlie monument), Cripplegate Without, p. 98b; Tallow Chandlers' Hall, Dowgate (4), pp. 101b, 102a, b; Innholders' Hall (ceiling), Dowgate (6), p. 103b; Christ Church (organ-case) Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; Apothecaries Hall (glass), Farringdon Within (7), p. 114b; Saddlers' Hall (glass), Farringdon Within (10), p. 117b; Cutlers' Hall (glass), Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a; St. Andrew's Courthouse (fireplace), Farringdon Without (15), p. 160a; St. Bartholomew's Hospital (on Gatehouse), Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b; early 18th-century, Painter-Stainers' Hall (painting) Queenhithe (4), p. 175b; Shield-of-arms of St. George (? City of London), All Hallows Barking (glass), Tower (1), p. 179a; Clothworkers' Hall (swordrest) Tower (5), p. 185a; St. Michael Paternoster Royal (on vestry cornice) Vintry (1), p. 188a; Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4), p. 192b.
-, Figure representing: The Monument (carving) Bridge Within (2), p. 31a (Plate 81); Guildhall, Aldermen's Court Room (painting), Cheap (3), p. 68a.

London, See of: arms of: St. Andrew Undershaft (glass) Aldgate (1), p. 7a; St. Paul's Cathedral (on screens), Castle Baynard (1), p. 51b.

" Museum, The, church plate from St. Martin Ludgate and St. Mary Magdalene, Old Fish Street, now on loan at: Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a.

" Stone: Walbrook (2), p. 198b.

Long, Colonel Nathaniel, 1714, and Sarah (Lytcott) his wife, see Lytcott.

Long Lane, No. 56, Farringdon Without (45), p. 165b.

" No. 73, Farringdon Without (46), p. 165b.

" Nos. 74, 75 and 76, Farringdon Without (47), p. 165b.

" Nos. 80 to 83, Farringdon Without (48), p. 165b.

Löning, Albert, 1709, floor-slab to: Dutch Church of Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Lord Mayor's Vestry, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 48a (Plate 109).

Lord's Prayer: on reredoses at St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; St. Mildred's, Bread Street (1), p. 27a; St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 30b; St. Clement, Eastcheap, Candlewick (1), p. 40b; St. Benet, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56b; St. Stephen, Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; St. Peter, Cornhill (2), p. 88a; Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; St. Martin Ludgate, Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a; St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 137a; St. Edmund Lombard Street, Langbourn (2), p. 170a; All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 180a; St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 189a; St. Swithin Walbrook (2), p. 198b.

Lordell, Elizabeth, see Sherwood.

Lorimar, Lorrymar or Lorymer.
-, John, 1689, and Gilbert, 1688, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.
-, John, Warden of Painter-Stainers' Company, 1630, arms of: (glass) Queenhithe (4), p. 175b.
-, John, arms of: (glass) Apothecaries Hall, Farringdon Within (7), p. 114b.
-, Thomas, name of: inscribed on cup and cover-paten, St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a.

Love Lane, carving of Resurrection formerly in: now in St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 17b.

Low or Lowe:
-, Anthony, 1685, tablet, to: St. Dunstan's, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.
-, Anthony, 1641, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.

Low Countries, refugees from: see Protestant refugees.

Loyalty, allegorical figure representing: in painting by Sir James Thornhill in Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 68a.

Lucius Tablet: St. Peter, Cornhill (2), p. 88b.

Lucy, Margaret, 1634, tablet to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99a.

Luke, Nicholas, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

" St., carved panel with figure of: from pulpit of Christ Church now incorporated in modern stalls, Farringdon Within (1), p. 107b; roundel with symbol of: on Gilbert brass, All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a; see also Evangelists.

Lumley:
-, Arms of, on pair of flagons in St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b.
-, Sir Martin, 1634, floor-slab to: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Lund, Anne, 1687, daughter of Richard Lund, and to Elizabeth, 1688, and Thomas, 1690, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Lytcott, Giles, 1696, and Sarah his wife, 1713, Colonel Nathaniel Long, 1714, and Sarah (Lytcott), his wife, 1731–2, monument to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179a.

Mackworth, John, Dean of Lincoln, property now known as Barnard's Inn Hall, bequeathed to Dean and Chapter of Lincoln by: Farringdon Without (14), p. 159a.

Maddox:
-, Arms of: on beadle's staff, St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99b.
-, James, Master of Parish Clerks' Company, 1684, arms of: (glass), Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b.

Maes-acker, Anna Rees, 1706–7, wife of Gerard Maesacker, and her daughter Gertrude van Dene, 1699, floor-slab to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Magnus the Martyr, St., buildings dedicated to: see under Churches.

" Magog," see "Gog."

Maidstone, 17th-century glass in Vintners' Hall brought from farmhouse near: Vintry (4), p. 193a.

Maine, Jonathan, brackets and screens carved by: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), pp. 49b, 51b.

Mainstone, William, Indian silver dish given to Christ Church, 1675, by: Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a.

Maire, Sir Peter le, 1631, bronze bust in armour of: from St. Christopher le Stocks, now in St. Margaret Lothbury: Coleman Street (1), p. 73b (Plate 46).

Malet or Mallet, Sir Thomas, 1641, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b; shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Man, arms of: carved on panel, College of Arms, Castle Baynard (5), p. 57b.

Manlove, William, Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1710, shield-of-arms of: (glass), Farringdon Without (14), p. 160a.

Manning, Francis, flagon of 1660 given to St. Vedast in memory of: Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b.

Manor Park, see Cemetery at.

Mantles: in Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Aldgate (3), p. 12a (Plate 60).

Maratti, Carlo, 1625–1713, painting attributed to: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

March, Francis, 1697, floor-slab to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184b.

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

" of France, 2nd wife of Edward I, paving laid by: c. 1310, Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a.

Mark, St., carved panel with figure of: from pulpit of Christ Church now incorporated in modern stalls, Farringdon Within (1), p. 107b; see also Evangelists.

" Lane, No. 33: Tower (8), p. 186b (Plate 158).

Markeby, William, 1439, and Alice his wife, brass to: St. Bartholomew the Less, Farringdon Without (3), p. 129a.

Marriott, the Rev. Robert, 1689, monument to: St. Stephen, Walbrook (1), p. 196a.

Marshall:
-, Edward, 1675, master-mason of England, Ann his wife and Joshua his son, 1675, monument to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.
-, Mrs. Julian, 1701–2, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.
-, Samewell, second son of Edward Marshall and Ann his wife, 1631, Anne their daughter and Nicholas their third son, 1635, head-stone to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b.
-, Samuel, organist, monument to: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10a.

Martin, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches. Representation of: on funeral-pall of c. 1520, Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4), p. 193a; on 15th-century tapestry, Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4), p. 193a.

Martin or Martyn:
-, Edward, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Gyles, flagons given by: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62b.
-, James, 1702, and Ann (Oxenden) his mother, 1705, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.
-, John, 1680, and wife, monument to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 110).
-, John, 1680, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.
-, Richard, 1615, monument to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 141b (Plate 188).

Martin's Lane, No. 7: Candlewick (5), p. 44a.

" " No. 9: Candlewick (6), p. 44a.

Martyn, see Martin.

Mary, St., buildings, dedicated to see under Churches. See also The Virgin: also The Holy Family under Christ.

" I, Queen of England, Derby House given to College of Arms, 1555, by: Castle Baynard (5), p. 57b.

Mason:
-, Roger, 1603, vintner, Jane his wife and their children, tablet to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 98a.
-, Stephen, initials S and M in glass for: Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4), p. 193a.
-, Thomas, 1668, and Susan his wife, 1679, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Mason's Marks: St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122a; St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 49a.

Massy, Robert, church plate given by: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62b.

Master:
-, James, 1702, and his mother Ann (Oxenden), 1705, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.
-, Martha, see Cowper.

Masters, Mary, cup and stand-paten given by: All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), pp. 167b, 168a.

Masterson, arms of: see under Heraldry.

Mathew, Nathaniel, 1680–1, tablet to: St. Stephen, Coleman Street (2), p. 75b.

Matthew, St., buildings dedicated to: see under Churches; carved panel with figure of: from pulpit of Christ Church now incorporated in modern stalls, Farringdon Within (1), p. 107b; see also Evangelists.

Meade, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Memorial Stones:
-, 17th-century: St. Mary Staining, Aldersgate (3), p. 3a; St. Olave, Silver Street, Aldersgate (4), p. 3b.

Mendicant Orders, Dutch Church or Jesus Temple largest example of Preaching Nave of: Broad Street (2), p. 33a.

Mennes, Sir John, 1670–1, tablet to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b.

Mercers' Company, see City Companies.

" School, see Barnard's Inn Hall under Inns of Court and Chancery.

Merchants' Marks: Crosby, St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2) (glass), p. 23a (Plate 15); on Evyngar brass, All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a; 15th-century, on shields in roof of St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a; 16th-century, on Orgone brass, St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a; shipping mark, Vintners' Hall (glass), Vintry (4), p. 193a.

Merchant Taylors' Company, see City Companies.

" Venturers' Company, see City Companies.

Mercury, figures representing: St. Dunstan (Legh monument), Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a; Inner Temple Hall (painting of Pegasus), Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a.

Mercy, figure representing: Guildhall (painting by Sir James Thornhill), Cheap (3), p. 68a.

Meredith, Elizabeth, see Roystone.

Meriton, Thomas, 1704, floor-slab to: St. Nicholas Cole Abbey, Queenhithe (1), p. 174a.

Mervin, Edmund, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Metal-work: see also Brasses and Leadwork.
-, Brass:
-,-, Candelabra: 17th-century: Bread Street (1), p. 26a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73a (Plate 4); Langbourn (1), p. 167a; Queenhithe (1), p. 174a; Vintry (1), p. 188a. Late 17th or early 18th-century: Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a. Early 18th-century: Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a; (Dutch), Aldgate (3), p. 11b (Plate 4).
-,-, Candlesticks 16th-century: (Italian Renaissance), Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a. 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 8b. Early 18th-century: Langbourn (2), p. 170a; (Dutch), Aldgate (3), p. 11b (Plate 4).
-, Bronze:
-,-, Hour-glass case and stand: 17th-century: Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90a.
-, Iron:
-,-, Firebacks: 17th-century: Broad Street (4), p. 36b; Farrington Within (8), p. 116a (Plate 17); (9), p. 117b; oak matrix for casting: Farringdon Within (8), p. 116a.
-,-, Gates: Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), pp. 49b, 51b. Early 18th-century: Cordwainer (4), p. 83b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107b.
-,-, Grates and Grilles: 15th-century: Cheap (3), p. 67a. 17th-century: Langbourn (1), p. 167b (Plate 7). Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 49a, b.
-,-, Hat-pegs and stands: 17th-century: Langbourn (1), p. 168a; Tower (2), p. 182b; Vintry (1), p. 189b. Late 17th or early 18th-century: Vintry (2), p. 191b (Plate 18).
-,-, Hinges and other fittings, refer to Chests under Furniture; also Doors.
-,-, Panels: 17th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 49b (Plate 18). Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 52a (Plate 18).
-,-, Railings and Balustrades: 16th-century: Bishopsgate (2) (to altar-tomb), p. 23b. 17th-century: Bridge Within (1) (Communion rails), p. 29a (Plate 38); Cheap (4), p. 70a, b; Farringdon Without (9), p. 146b; (10), p. 151a; (cresting with Scroll-work) Vintry (1), p. 189b. Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 49b. Early 18th-century: Cordwainer (4), p. 83b; Farringdon Within (12), p. 118a; Farringdon Without (9), p. 147b.
-,-, Screens: Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 51b (Plates 116, 120).
-,-, Weather-vanes (most worthy of mention): 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 1b; Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a; Bread Street (1), p. 27a; Cheap (1), p. 60b; Cordwainer (1), p. 78a; Cornhill (2), p. 86b; Queenhithe (3), p. 175a.
-,-, Miscellaneous: 17th-century: Tower (2) (lion's head doorknocker), p. 182b; Farringdon Within (13) (torch extinguishers), p. 118b.

Meynell:
-, Richard, 1683, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184b.
-, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

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

" Camden Town, font from St. Michael Queenhithe transferred to: Queenhithe (3), p. 175a.

" Figure of: on alms-dish of 1524, St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 30a.

Micklethwaite, John, 1682, cartouche to: St. Botolph, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.

Mico, Sir Samuel, 1666, and Jane his wife, 1670, tablet to: Ambulatory of Mercers' Hall, Cheap (4), p. 70b.

Middle Street, No 10: Farringdon Without, (49) p. 165b.

" Temple, see Inns of Court and Chancery.

" " Lane, No. 2: Farringdon Without (10), p. 156a (Plate 199).

" " " No. 3: Farringdon Without (10), p. 156a.

Mildmay:
-, Anne, wife of Sir Henry Mildmay, and Diana Maria their daughter: see Haliday.
-, Sir Walter, 1589, and Mary his wife, 1576, founder of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Chancellor and Sub-Treasurer of the Exchequer, etc., altar-tomb to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.

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

Miles, Katherine, see Davenport.

Millett, Captain John, 1660, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.

Mills, the Rev. Daniel, 1683, floor-slab to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Milner, Isaac, 1713, monument to: St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a.

Milton, John: buried in St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 96b.

Minerva, figure representing: painting on ceiling in Alderman's Court Room at Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 68a.

Mitford, . . ., late 17th or early 18th-century altar-tomb to: All Hallows the Less Churchyard, Dowgate (2), p. 100b.

Mitre, (gilt): probably from organ case, in vestry of St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 81a.

Moat Mount, Mill Hill, glass from Serjeants' Inn (Chancery Lane) removed to: now in Hall of Incorporated Law Society, Farringdon Without (12), p. 158b.

Moldworth, Richard, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Molins, James, 1686–7, physician to Charles II and James II, tablet to: St. Bride, Farringdon Without (4), p. 132a.

Monastic and Collegiate Buildings, remains, etc. of:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvi.
-, Austin or Augustinian Canons:
-,-, St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 123a; St. Mary Cripplegate or Elsing Spital, later St. Alphege Parish Church, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 92b.
-, Austin Friars:
-,-, Priory of, now Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 32b.
-, Benedictine Nuns:
-, Bishopsgate (2), p. 19a.
-, Blackfriars or Dominicans:
-, Farringdon Within (5), (6), p. 114a; (7), p. 114b.
-, Greyfriars or Franciscans:
-, Farringdon Within (1), p. 104b.
-, Knights Templars:
-, Farringdon Without (7), p. 137a; (9), p. 143b.
-, Whitefriars or Carmelites:
-, Farringdon Without (18), p. 161a.
-, College of Secular Canons: St. Paul's, Chapter House and Cloister of: Castle Baynard (1), p. 52b.
-, Hospital: St. Thomas of Acon, Cheap (4), p. 68b.

Monilace, Stephen, 1687, monument to: All Hallows, Broad Street (1), p. 32a.

Montagu, Montague or Mountague:
-, Sir Edward, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Sir Henry, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Viscount, see Anthony Browne.
-, William, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Monument, The: Bridge Within (2), p. 30b (Plate 81); Latin inscriptions on, giving particulars of the Great Fire and subsequent rebuilding of the City of London and erection of the Monument, Bridge Street Within (2), p. 31a.

Monuments, Funeral: see also Brasses, Monumental; Effigies Monumental, and Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, Altar-tombs: (for combined altar-tombs and wall-monuments, see Wall-monuments below).
-,-, 15th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b (Plate 15) (Crosby, 1476): Tower (1) (canopied), p. 179a (Plate 19).
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Farringdon Without (2) (canopied), p. 127b (Plate 173).
-,-, 16th-century: Aldersgate (2) (canopied), p. 3a; Bishopsgate (2), pp. 22b, 23a, b (Plates 19,22,74); Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a; (3) (canopied), p. 129b; (7) (canopied), p. 141b; Tower (1) (canopied), p. 179a.
-,-, 17th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a, 24a (Plate 127).
-,-, Date uncertain: Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b.
-,-, Coped slab:
-,-, 13th-century: Farringdon Without (7), p. 141a (Plate 184).
-, Floor-slabs:
-,-, 16th-century: Tower (1), p. 179b.
-,-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; Aldgate (1), p. 8a; Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a; Bridge Within (1), p. 29b; Broad Street (2), p. 34a; Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b; Cheap (1), p. 62a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; Cornhill (1), p. 85b; (2), p. 87b; Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a; Cripplegate Without, p. 99a; Dowgate (1), p. 100a; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b; (4), p. 113a, b; Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b; (6), p. 136b; (7), p. 143a; Tower (1), p. 179b; (2), p. 183a; (3), p. 184b, 185a; Vintry (1), p. 188b; (2), p. 191a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; (2), p. 3a; Aldgate (1), p. 8a; Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; (2). p. 18a; Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a; Bridge Within (1), p. 29b; Broad Street (1), p. 32a; (2), p. 34a; Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b; Cheap (1), p. 62a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; Cornhill (2), p. 87b; Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a; (3), p. 93a; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b; (4), p. 113a, b; Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b; (7), p. 143a; Queenhithe (1), p. 174a; Tower (1), p. 179b; (2), p. 183a; (3), p. 185a; Vintry (1), p. 188b; (2), p. 191a.
-, Head-stones:
-,-, 17th-century: Dowgate (1), p. 100a; Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b; Queenhithe (3), p. 175a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Dowgate (2), p. 100b.
-, Slabs:
-,-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (2), p. 3a; Candlewick (3), p. 44a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; (2), p. 75b; Cordwainer (2), p. 83a; Cornhill (1), p. 85b; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Cripplegate Without, p. 99a; Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a; Langbourn (5), p. 171a; Queenhithe (3), p. 175a; Walbrook (1), p. 196a.
-,-, 18th-century: Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; Cordwainer (2), p. 83a; Langbourn (5), p. 171a.
-, Table-Tombs in Churchyards:
-,-, 17th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a; Cheap (2), p. 63b; Dowgate (2), p. 100b.
-, Tomb-recesses:
-,-, Probably 15th-century: Tower (1), p. 180a.
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Farringdon Without (6), p. 137a.
-, Wall-monuments and Tablets:
-,-, 16th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 7b; Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a, b; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90a (Plate 27); Cripplegate Without, p. 98b; Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b; (3), p. 129a; (5), p. 133a; (7), p. 142a; Portsoken (1), p. 172a; Tower (2), p. 183a.
-,-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; (2), p. 3a; Aldgate (1), p. 7b (Plate 55); (2), p. 10a (Plates 25, 27); Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; (2), pp. 17b, 18a; Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a; (2), pp. 23a, b, 24a (Plate 22); (3), p. 24b; Bread Street (1), p. 26b (Plate 75); Broad Street (1), p. 32a; (2), p. 34a (Plate 27); Candlewick (2), p. 42b (Plate 55); Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a, b (Plates 110, 112); (3), p. 56a, b; Cheap (1), pp. 61b, 62a (Plates 21, 24); (4), p. 70b; Coleman Street (1), p. 73a, b; (2), p. 75b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; (2), p. 83a; Cornhill (1), p. 85a, b; (2), p. 87b; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90a, b; (3), p. 92b; Cripplegate Without, pp. 98a, b, 99a (Plate 27); Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b; (4), p. 113a (Plate 25); Farringdon Without (1), p. 122a, b; (2), p. 128a, b (Plate 26); (3) p. 129a; (4), p. 132a; (5), p. 133a, b; (6), p. 136a, b; (7), pp. 140b–143a (Plate 189); Langbourn (1), p. 167b; Portsoken (1), p. 172a; Tower (1), p. 179a, b; (2), p. 182b, 183a (Plates 27, 25); (3), p. 184a, b; Vintry (1), p. 188b; (2), p. 191a; Walbrook (1), p. 196a; (2), p. 198a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Aldersgate (2), p. 3a; Aldgate (1), p. 7b; (2), p. 10a; Billingsgate (2), pp. 17b, 18a (Plates 25, 26); Bishopsgate (2), pp. 23a, 24a; (3), p. 24b; Bread Street (1), p. 26b; Bridge Within (1), p. 29b (Plate 26); Candlewick (1), p. 39b; (2), p. 42b; Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a, b (Plate 112); (3), p. 56a (Plate 26); Cheap (1), 62a; Cordwainer (2), p. 83a; Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b; (4), p. 113a; Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b; (2), p. 128a, b; (5), p. 133a (Plate 26); (6), p. 136a; (7), pp. 142a, b, 143a (Plates 189, 26); Langbourn (1), p. 167b; Portsoken (1), p. 172a; Tower (1), p. 179b; (2), p. 183a; Tower (3), p. 184a, b (Plate 25); Vintry (1), p. 188b; Walbrook (2), p. 198a.
-, Wall-monuments and Tablets (Incised):
-,-, 16th-century: Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.
-,-, 17th-century: Cripplegate Without, p. 98a, b; Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, 16th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.
-,-, 17th-century: Farringdon Without (7) (Hanmer Monument), p. 142b.

Moore:
-, Elizabeth, 1668, wife of George Moore, monument to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b.
-, Sir John, former Lord Mayor, 1702, monument to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184b (Plate 25); benefactions of: to Grocers' Company, Cheap (5), p. 70b.
-, Mary, wife of Sir John Moore, 1690, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184b.

Moorish ornament 15th-century, piece of: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b.

Mordant, Lewis, Lord, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Morecroft, William, 1657, monument to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.

Morgan:
-, Francis, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Morland, arms of: before 1550, see Heraldry.

Morley:
-, Thomas, 1566, brass to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a.
-, Thomas, font given in 1673 by: St. Martin Ludgate, Farringdon Within (3), p. 110b.

Mortimer, arms of, Aldgate (1), p. 6b.

Mortoft. Valentine, 1641, tablet to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a.

Morton:
-, Ann (Smith), 1668–9, wife of Sir William Morton, slab to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a.
-, John, 1668, eldest son of Sir William Morton, and Ann his wife, slab to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a.
-, Richard, 1698, Honor his daughter, 1704, and Sarah his wife (171 (1?), floor-slab to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.
-, Sir William, 1672, Colonel of horse and foot under Charles I, slab to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a.

Mosaic, Venetian, panel in reredos in St. Nicholas Cole Abbey of: Queenhithe (1), p. 174b.

Moseley, Humphrey, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Moses: paintings of: on reredoses in St. Mildred, Bread Street (1), p. 27a; St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 30a; from St. Christopher le Stocks, now in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; St. Stephen, Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85b; St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99b; St. Edmund Lombard Street, Langbourn (2), p. 170a; All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 180a; stone figure of: from All Hallows the Great, now in St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 189a.

Mosse, Francis, 1657, and Henry his son, 1676, tablet to: St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85b.

Mot, Robert, see under Bellfounders.

Mountague, Sir Henry, see under Montagu.

Mumford:
-, Ann, 1701, floor-slab to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.
-, Augustine, 1666, floor-slab to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.

Murdocke, John, 1684, and Barbara his wife, 1698, and Joseph Broomer, their son-in-law, 1705, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Musard:
-, Mary, see under Wren.
-, Philip, 1713, and Constance his wife, 1729, see under Mary Wren.

Music Room, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 48a (Plate 109).

Mychell, Tristram, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Napper, Sir Robert, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Nash, Thomas, 1648, brass plate to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 140b.

Nedham, Jasper, 1679, tablet to: St. Bride's, Farringdon Without (4), p. 132a.

Nelson, Horatio Lord, 1805, sarcophagus prepared for tomb of Cardinal Wolsey incorporated in monument to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Neptune, carved figure of: Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a.

Neville:
-, Shield-of-arms of: 17th-century, in Barnard's Inn (glass), Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.
-, Lord Abergavenny, part of house of: incorporated in Stationers' Hall, Farringdon Within (9), p. 117a.

Neville's Court, No. 5, Farringdon Without (37), p. 164b.

" " No. 10, Farringdon Without (34), p. 164a.

" " Nos. 11 and 12, Farringdon Without (35), p. 164a.

New Court, Farringdon Without (10), p. 155a (Plate 199).

Newbury Street, Nos. 14 and 15, Farringdon Without (50), p. 165b.

Newcourt, John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Newgate, bell in St. Sepulchre's used in connection with executions at: Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.

" Street, No. 9, carved sign on, Farringdon Within (19), p. 119b.

" " No. 78, carved sign on, Farringdon Within (20), p. 119b.

Newton, John 1697, and Martha his wife, 171–, floor-slab to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Niches in Churches:
-, 14th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.
-, 15th-century: Farringdon Without (3), p. 129b; (6), p. 136b.
-, 16th-century: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99a.
-, 17th-century: from Ludgate and now at St. Dunstan's, Farringdon Without (5), p. 134a; Tower (7), p. 185b.

Nicholas, St., Churches dedicated to: see under Churches.

" Newcastle, tower of St. Dunstan in the East modelled on that of: Tower (3), p. 184a.

Nicholls, or Nichols:
-, Sir Augustus, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, George, 1559, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Nicoll:
-, John: Treasurer of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1702, during rebuilding of Gatehouse, Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b.
-, Martha, wife of Richard Nicoll, 1684, and Richard Nicoll, 1718, floor-slab to: St. Dunstan's, Tower (3), p. 185a.

Nixon, Thomas, 1712, floor-slab, to: St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191a.

Noah's Ark, carved representation of: on font in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73a.

Noble Street, No. 11, Aldersgate (11), p. 4b.

Noortwych, Daniel, 1704–5, Jean Noortwych, 1707, and Elizabeth Noortwych, 1714, floor-slab to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Norfolk, Duke of, see Howard.

North:
-, Elizabeth (Gilbert), 1612, wife of Roger, monument to: St. Dunstan's, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b (Plate 21).
-, Francis, Lord Guildford, achievement-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeant's Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 158b; in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Norwich Street, Nos. 2 and 4, Farringdon Without (39), p. 164b.

Nourse, Luke, 1673, Hugh Wells, 1673, and Edward Nourse, 1689, who married Mary, daughter of Hugh Wells, tablet to: St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85b.

Offiey or Ofley:
-, Dorothy (Greswold), wife successively to John Weld and Hugh Offley, 1610, wall-monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.
-, Sir Thomas, 1582, Lord Mayor, and Joan his wife, 1578, monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7a (Plate 23).

Olave, St., buildings dedicated to: see Churches.

Old Pewterers' Hall, see Pewterers under City Companies.

" Post House, see No. 2, Middle Temple Lane, Farringdon Without (10), p. 156a.

Oldham, Mary, wife of Samuel Oldham, 1714, floor-slab to: St. Dunstan's, Tower (3), p. 185a.

Oliver, John, paten of 1680 given to St. James Garlickhithe by: Vintry (2), p. 191b.

Organs and Organ-cases:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 8a (Plates 28, 54); (2), p. 10b; Candlewick (1), p. 39b; Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b (Plates 18, 113–5); Cheap (1), p. 62a, b; Cornhill (1), p. 85b; (2), p. 87b; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b (Plate 28); Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b; (4), p. 132a; (6), p. 136b; (7), p. 143a; Langbourn (2), p. 169b; (3), p. 170a; Portsoken (1), p. 172a (Plate 17); Tower (1), p. 179b (Plate 54); Vintry (2), p. 191a; Walbrook (1), p. 196a.
-, Early 18th-century: Bridge Within (1), p. 29b (Plates 28, 82); Cripplegate Without, p. 99a; Langbourn (1), p. 167b (Plates 28, 82).
-, Swell-organ: earliest at St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 29b (Plates 28, 82).

Orgone, John, 1584, and Ellyne his wife, 1591, brass to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a.

Orme:
-, Elizabeth, also her parents Mary and John, see Freshwater.
-, Nicholaus, 1628, Nicholas Grundy, 1675, floor-slab to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.

Osborne:
-, Edward, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, John, and children, flagon of 1637 given to St. Augustine Old Change by: now in Victoria and Albert Museum, Farringdon Within (2), p. 108b.

Oteswich, John de and wife, monument said to be to: St. Helen's Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a (Plate 71).

Otgher, Katherina, 1676, and Elizabeth Otgher, 1686, also to Elizabeth, 1701, Alice, 1704–5, Justus, 1711, and Abraham Otgher, 1714, floor-slab to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Oven, brick, 17th-century: Farringdon Without (31), p. 163a.

Overburye, Nicholaus, cup given to Temple Church by: Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.

Owen, Griffith, name of: carved in Hall of Brewers' Company, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Oxenden, Ann, see Martin.

Packington, Anne, 1563, widow of Sir John Packington, monument to: St. Botolph, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.

Paggen, William, 1689–90, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184b.

Painter-Stainers' Company, see City Companies.

Paintings:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, In Churches:
-,-, On Canvas or Wood: 17th-century: Aldgate (3), p. 12a; Bread Street (1), p. 27a; Bridge Within (1), p. 30a, b; Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a; Cheap (1), p. 62b; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; (2), p. 75b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; Cornhill (1), p. 85b; Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92a; Cripplegate Without, p. 99b; Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b; Tower (1), p. 179b; (2), p. 183a. Late 17th or early 18th-century: Billingsgate (1), p. 16a. Early 18th-century: Aldgate (2), p. 10b; (3), p. 12a; Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a; Langbourn (2), p. 170a.
-,-, On Plaster: 17th-century: Cheap (1), p. 62b. Early 18th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 8a; Candlewick (2), p. 43a; Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a.
-, In City Halls:
-,-, On Canvas or Wood: Early 18th-century: Bassishaw (1), p. 14a; Cheap (3), p. 68a; Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a; Queenhithe (4), p. 175b (Plate 215).
-,-, On Plaster (ceilings, walls, etc.): 16th-century: Broad Street (5), p. 37b (Plate 85). Early 18th-century: Cheap (3), p. 68a.

Palfryman, John, 1692, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Pallmer, see Palmer.

Palls, Funeral:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-, 16th-century: Ironmongers' Hall, Aldersgate (6), p. 3b; Fishmongers' Hall, Bridge Within (3), p. 31b; Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 37a; Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a; Parish Clerks' Company (now in Victoria and Albert Museum), Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b; Saddlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (10), p. 117b; Vintners' Hall, Vintry (4), p. 193a.

Palmer or Pallmer:
-, Alice, flagons given to St. Olave Hart Street in 1630 by: now in St. Alban, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b.
-, Sir Geoffrey, Bart., shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Matthew, 1605, Anne his wife, 1630, and Thomas his eldest son, 1631, monument to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99a.
-, Susanna, see Russell.

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

Panelling, Carved and linen-fold:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, Carved: 15th-century: Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a. 17th-century: Farringdon Within (1) (from former pulpit), p. 107b (Plate 42). Late 17th or early 18th-century: Cornhill (1), p. 85b (Plate 83); Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b (Plate 28).
-, Secular:
-,-, Carved: 16th-century: Broad Street (5), p. 37a (Plate 17); Cripplegate Within (5) (from Pitley Manor House, Essex), p. 93b. Late 16th or early 17th-century: Farringdon Without (11), p. 158a. 17th-century: Aldersgate (5) (from East Acton Manor House), p. 3b; Cheap (4), p. 70b (Plates 134, 135, 136); Farringdon Without (10), p. 151b; (20), p. 161b; (42), p. 165a; Vintry (4), p. 192b.
-,-, Linen-fold: 16th-century: Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b (Plate 204).

Panton, Harry, 1680, arms of: in glass in Cutlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.

Panyer Alley, carved sign on building in: Farringdon Within (21), p. 120a.

Parish Clerks' Company, see City Companies.

Parker, Richard, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Parravicin, Sir Peter, 1696–7, and his daughter Mary, 1725, tablet and floor-slab to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), pp. 184b, 185a.

Paschal Lamb, see Lamb.

Patens, see under Plate, Church.

Patten, Peter, 1673, tablet to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.

Paul, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches. Crossed swords of: In balustrade of Whispering Gallery, on key-stones, and on screens and gates, in St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), pp. 49b, 47a, 51b; figures of: on screens, on key-stones and on exterior, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), pp. 51b, 47a, 45b (Plate 95); paintings of: St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b; St. Mary le Bow (ascribed to Salvator Rosa), Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; incidents from the life of: carved on portico and on W. Front and painted on dome of St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), pp. 45b (Plate 95), 51a.

" Hammersmith, fittings from All Hallows the Great now in: Dowgate (1), p. 100b.

Paul's Bakehouse Court, Nos. 1, 3 and 4: Castle Baynard (6), p. 58b (Plate 41).

Paus, Catherine, see Decker.

Pawlet, Sir Hugh, shield-of-arms of: in Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Payne, Alice (Gore), 1704, wife of John Payne, slab to: Churchyard adjoining St. Dionis Hall, Langbourn (5), p. 171a.

Paynel, Margery, see Sykes.

Peace, allegorical figures of: Aldermen's Court Room, Guildhall (painted on ceiling), Cheap (3), p. 68a; The Monument (carving) Bridge Within (2), p. 31a.

Peake, Sir William, Kt., sheriff, 1659, shield-of-arms of: Clothworkers' Hall (glass), Tower (5), p. 185b.

Pegasus, carving representing: Inner Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (9), p. 145b (Plate 197); painting representing: leaping from summit of Mount Helicon with Fountain of Hippocrene rising from beneath his hoof, Inner Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a.

Peirce or Pierce:
-, Edward, junior, carvings by: The Monument, Bridge Within (2), p. 31a.
-, Joshua, and Ann his wife (c. 1680), tablet to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.

Pekoc, Stephen, and Margaret his wife, monstrance of 1507 bequeathed to St. Martin Ludgate, 1535, by: Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a.

'Pelican in her Piety,' representations of: St. Magnus the Martyr (reredos), Bridge Within (1), p. 30a; St. Mary Abchurch (reredos and metal figure), Candlewick (2), pp. 43b, 42a; St. Paul's Cathedral (processional cross), Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a; St. Michael (wooden figure), Cornhill (1), p. 85b (Plate 47); St. Giles (reredos), Cripplegate Without, p. 99b; St. Martin Ludgate (white marble), Farringdon Within (3), p. 111b; St. Vedast (reredos), Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b; St. Bartholomew the Great (stone boss), Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b; All Hallows Lombard Street (reredos), Langbourn (1), p. 168a; crest of the Chandler family: Cripplegate Within (9), p. 96a.

Pemberton:
-, Arms of, see under Heraldry.
-, Hugh, 1500, altar-tomb to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a (Plate 19).

Pemberton Row, Nos. 1 and 2: Farringdon Without (31), p. 163a.

" " carriage-way through No. 1 Gough Square to: Farringdon Without (29), p. 163a.

Penckhurst, Stephen, Master of Parish Clerks' Company, 1685, portrait of: (glass) Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b.

Penington, Thomas, 1684, arms of: (glass) Cutlers' Hall, Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.

Pennar, Richard, arms of: 1678 (glass), Dowgate (6), p. 103b.

Pepys:
-, Shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Faringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Elizabeth, 1669, wife of Samuel Pepys, monument with bust of: attributed to John Bushnell, St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b.
-, Samuel, 1677, shield-of-arms of: Clothworkers' Hall (glass), Tower (5), p. 185b.

Percy, Henry, Earl of Northumberland, K.G., shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Pereira, P.M. and R., candlesticks inscribed: Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Aldgate (3), p. 11b.

Periam or Perriam,
-, Sir William, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Sir William, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Perkins, Anne, 1697, daughter of Charles Perkins, tablet to: St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.

Pery, Mary (Crompton), 1676–7, wife of Captain John Pery, tablet to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 98b.

Peryer, George, 1678, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Peter, John Lord, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Peter, St., churches dedicated to, see Churches. Figures of: Fishmongers' Hall (embroidered on Funeral Pall), Bridge Within (3), p. 31b; St. Paul's Cathedral (statue by Francis Bird, and on gates of screens), Castle Baynard (1), pp. 45b (Plate 95), 51b; St. Andrew's Court-house (fireplace), Farringdon Without (15), p. 160a; name inscribed on bell: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b.

Petyt:
-, Silvester, shield-of-arms of Sir John Holt, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, erected by: Barnard's Inn, 1705, Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b; Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1701, shield-of-arms of: Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.
-, William, 1707, Treasurer of Inner Temple and Keeper of Records in Tower, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a; floor-slab to: now in churchyard of Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.

Pews, see Seating.

Pewterers' Company, see under City Companies.

Phelips, Sir Edward, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Phelps, Richard, see under Bellfounders.

Philippi, the conversion of the jailor of: representation of, carved on portico of St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45b.

Phoenix, carving of: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45a.

Phrip, Dorothy, 1705, daughter of Richard Phrip, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Pickering:
-, Peter, clock-bell of St. Vedast given by: Farringdon Within (4), p. 112b.
-, Sir William, 1542, and Sir William Pickering his son, 1574, tablet to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b.
-, Sir William, 1574, monument to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b (Plates 72, 73, 74).

Pienon, Richard, see Rodoway.

Pierce, see Peirce.

Pieren, Jan van, cups given in 1670 by: Dutch Church, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Pindar, Sir Paul, 1650, tablet to: St. Botolph, Bishopsgate (3), p. 24b.

Pinfold, Thomas, Dr. at Laws, 1685, name and date inscribed on bell: St. Benet, Upper Thames Street, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56a.

Piscinae:
-, 13th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.
-, 14th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.
-, 15th-century: Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a; Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b; Tower (1), p. 180a.

Pitley Manor House, Essex, panelling from: now in Haberdashers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93b.

Pitts, William, 1676, Alice his daughter, 1686, and Stephen his brother, 1688, floor-slab to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 185a.

Plaster-work:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, See also Ceilings.
-, 17th-century: on E. wall Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 105b (Plate 80).

Plate, Church (Plates 29–33).
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, Pre-Reformation:
-,-, Alms-dish: 16th-century: Bridge Within (1), p. 30a.
-,-, Dish: 16th-century: Langbourn (3), p. 170b.
-,-, Paten: 16th-century: Bridge Within (1), p. 30a.
-,-, Miscellaneous: Stems attached to later cups: Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a; Portsoken (1), p. 172b.
-, Post-Reformation:
-,-, Alms-dishes: 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 8a; (2), p. 10b; Broad Street (2), p. 34a; Cordwainer (2), p. 83a; Cornhill (1), p. 85b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without (1) (Flemish), p. 122b; Langbourn (1), p. 168a; Tower (1), p. 180a; (3), p. 185a; Vintry (1), p. 189a. Early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a; Farringdon Within (4) (Pewter), p. 113b; Langbourn (1), p. 168a; Vintry (1), p. 189a.
-,-, Beakers: 16th-century: Cripplegate Without, p. 99a. 17th-century: Cripplegate Without, p. 99b; Vintry (1), p. 188b.
-,-, Bowl: 17th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b.
-,-, Bread-dishes: 17th-century: Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b; Tower (1), p. 180a.
-,-, Cover-patens: 16th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; Billingsgate (2), p. 18a; Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a; (2), p. 24b; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (2), p. 108b; (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b; Vintry (2), p. 191b; Walbrook (1), p. 196a. 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b; Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; (2), p. 83a; Cornhill (1), p. 85b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b; (3), p. 129b; (4), p. 132b; (5), p. 133b; (7), p. 143a; Tower (1), p. 180a; Vintry (1), p. 189a; (2), p. 191b. Early 18th-century: Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without (3), p. 129b; Vintry (2), p. 191b; Walbrook (2), p. 198a.
-,-, Cups: 16th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; (2), p. 18a; Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a; (2), p. 24b; Bread Street (1), p. 26b; Bridge Within (1), p. 30a; Candlewick (2), p. 43a; Cheap (1), p. 62b; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; Cornhill (1), p. 85b; (2), p. 88a; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Cripplegate Without, p. 99b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (2), p. 108b; (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b; Portsoken (1), p. 172b; Vintry (1), p. 189a; (2), p. 191b; Walbrook (1), p. 196a. 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; Aldgate (1), p. 8a; (2), p. 10b; Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b; Broad Street (2), p. 34a; Candlewick (2), p. 43a; Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a; Cheap (1), pp. 62b, 63a; Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; (2), p. 83a; Cornhill (1), p. 85b; (2), p. 88a; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Cripplegate Without, p. 99b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (2), pp. 108b, 109a; (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without, (1), p. 122b; (2), p. 128b; (3), p. 129b; (4), p. 132b; (5), p. 133b; (6), p. 137a; (7), p. 143a; (17), p. 160b; Langbourn (1), p. 167b; (3), p. 170b; Portsoken (1), p. 172b; Tower (1), p. 180a; Vintry (2), p. 191b; Walbrook (1), p. 196a. Early 18th-century: Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a; Farringdon Without (3), p. 129b; Queenhithe (1), p. 174b; Tower (2), p. 183b; Vintry (1), p. 188b; Walbrook (2), p. 198a.
-,-, Dishes: 17th-century: Billingsgate (2), p. 18a; Bread Street (1), p. 26b; Candlewick (2), p. 43a; Cheap (1), p. 62b; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; (2), p. 75b; Cordwainer (1), p. 81a; Cornhill (2), p. 88a; Farringdon Within (1) (Indian), p. 107a; Farringdon Without (3), p. 129b; (4), p. 132b; Langbourn (3), p. 170b; Tower (2), p. 198a; Vintry (1), p. 189a; Walbrook (1), p. 196a; (2), p. 198a. Early 18th-century: Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; Castle Baynard (3), p. 56b; Vintry (1), p. 188b.
-,-, Ewer: 17th-century: Portsoken (1), p. 172b.
-,-, Flagons: 16th-century: Langbourn (3), p. 170b. 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; Aldgate (1), p. 8a; (2), p. 10b; Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a; (2), p. 24b; Bread Street (1), p. 26b; Bridge Within (1), p. 30a; Broad Street (2), p. 34a; Candlewick (1), p. 40a; (2), p. 43a; Castle Baynard (2), p. 54a; Cheap (1), pp. 62b, 63a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; (2), p. 75b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; (2), p. 83a; Cornhill (2), p. 88a; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (2), p. 108b; (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b; (6), p. 137a; (7), p. 143a; (17), p. 160b; Langbourn (1), pp. 167b, 168a; (2), p. 170a; (3), p. 170b; Portsoken (1), p. 172b; Tower (1), p. 180a; (2), p. 183b; (3), p. 185a; Vintry (1), pp. 188b, 189a; (2), p. 191b; Walbrook (1), p. 196a; (2), p. 198a. 18th-century: Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.
-,-, Mazer-bowl: 16th-century: Cripplegate Without, p. 99a.
-,-, Patens (see also Stand-patens and Tazza-patens below): 16th-century: Bread Street (1), p. 26b; Candlewick (2), p. 43a; Cheap (1), p. 62b; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; Farringdon Within (2), p. 108b; Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b; Langbourn (1), p. 168a; Vintry (2), p. 191b. 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 8a; (2), p. 10b; Billingsgate (2), p. 18a; Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a; (2), p. 24b; Bread Street (1), p. 26b; Bridge Within (1), p. 30a; Candlewick (2), p. 43a; Castle Baynard (2), p. 54b; Cheap (1), p. 62b; Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; Cordwainer (1), p. 80b; (2), p. 83a; Cornhill (1), p. 85b; (2). p. 88a; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (2), pp. 108b, 109a; (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b; (3), p. 129b; (5), p. 133b; (6), p. 137a; Langbourn (1), p. 168a; (2), p. 170a; (3), p. 170b; Portsoken (1), p. 172b; Tower (2), p. 183b; Vintry (2), p. 191b. Early 18th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b; (2), p. 3a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; (2), p. 75b; Cordwainer (2), p. 83a; Vintry (1), p. 188b.
-,-, Plates: 17th-century: Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b. Early 18th-century: Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b.
-,-, Spoons: 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 8a; (2), p. 10b; Billingsgate (2), p. 18a; Candlewick (2), p. 43a; Castle Baynard (2), p. 54b; Cheap (1), p. 62b; Cornhill (2), p. 88a; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b; (5), p. 133b; Langbourn (3), p. 170b; Portsoken (1), p. 172b; Tower (1), p. 180a; Vintry (2), p. 191b; Walbrook (2), p. 198a. Late 17th or early 18th-century: Cordwainer (2), p. 83a. 18th-century: Aldersgate (2), p. 3a; Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a; Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b; (6), p. 137a. Undated: Aldergate (1), p. 2b.
-,-, Stand-patens (see also Patens and Tazza-patens): 16th-century: Walbrook (1), p. 196a. 17th-century: Broad Street (2), p. 34a; Cheap (1), pp. 62b, 63a; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (2), p. 108b; (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 113b; Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a; (17), p. 160b; Langbourn (1), p. 168a; Portsoken (1), p. 172b; Vintry (1), p. 189a. 18th-century: Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; Tower (1), p. 180a; Walbrook (2), p. 198a.
-,-, Tazza-patens (see also Patens and Stand-patens): 16th-century: Cripplegate Without, p. 99a; Portsoken (1), p. 172b.
-,-, Tankards: 17th-century: Billingsgate (2), p. 18a; Cornhill (1), p. 85b; Farringdon Without (3), p. 129b.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, Altar-cross: 16th-century: Farringdon Within (3) (Italian), p. 111a.
-,-, Badges or Plaques: 17th-century: Cripplegate Without, p. 99b.
-,-, Beadles' Staves: 17th-century: Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Farringdon Without (6), p. 137a. Early 18th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 8a; Cripplegate Without, p. 99b.
-,-, Churchwarden's Staff: 17th-century: Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b.
-,-, Maces: 17th-century: Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b; (6), p. 137a. Early 18th-century: Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b.
-,-, Processional Cross: Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a.
-,-, Stem attached to later cup: 16th-century: Tower, (2), p. 183b.

Plates, brass: 17th-century, Aldersgate (1), p. 2b.

Platton, John, 1699, name of: on shield-of-arms in Coopers' Hall, Bassishaw (3), p. 14b.

Plenty, allegorical figures representing: painted on ceiling in Aldermen's Court Room at Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 68a; carved in relief on The Monument, Bridge Within (2), p. 31a.

Plowden Buildings: Farringdon Without (10), p. 155b.

Plowden, Edmund, 1584–5, Treasurer of Middle Temple, monument to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 141b; shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Polehampton, Captain, 1713, Portrait of: Painter-Stainers' Hall, Queenhithe (4), p. 175b.

Poole, Anthony, 1679, monument to: in churchyard of St. Botolph, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.

Pooley, Frances, see Beachcroft.

Poor-boxes, see Furniture.

Popham:
-, Sir John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a; South Chapel formerly Popham's Chapel added to St. Sepulchre by: Farringdon Without (6), p. 134a, b.
-, John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Porter, Richard, 1669, and Barbara his wife, 1714, floor-slab to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.

Portsoken Ward: p. 172; parish of St. Botolph, Aldgate, in: p. 172a.

Portuguese Jews, Synagogue of: Aldgate (3), p. 10b.

Potts, Anna, see Dovall.

Pouldon, William, 1678–9, John, 1682, Charles, 1684, sons of William Pouldon, and Katherine Pouldon his daughter, 1687, tablet to: St. Botolph, Portsoken (1), p. 172a.

Powell:
-, Richard, Treasurer of Inner Temple, inscription recording rebuilding of King's Bench Walk by: Farringdon Without (9), p. 146a.
-, Thomas, 1674, arms of: Cutlers' Hall (glass), Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.

Powle, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Pratt, Thomas, 1712, and Anne his wife, headstone to: All Hallows the Less Churchyard, Dowgate (2), p. 100b.

Prestwood, arms of: see under Heraldry.

Prichard or Pritchard:
-, Sir William, Master of Merchant Taylors' Company, 1673–4, arms and name of: carved in Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 36b.
-, Sir William, Knight and Alderman, President of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1702, during rebuilding of Gatehouse: Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b.

Prince of Wales' Feathers: St. Katharine Cree (Alms-dish), Aldgate (2), p. 10b; Parish Clerks' Hall (glass), Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b; Prince Henry's Room (Plaster ceiling), Farringdon Without (20), p. 161b; Inner Temple Gateway (oak panel), Farringdon Without (20), p. 161b.

Prince Henry's Room: Inner Temple Gateway, Farringdon Without (20), p. 161a (Plates 202, 209).

Printing House Square, remains of Dominican Convent found under buildings in: Farringdon Within (6), p. 114a.

Proctor, Francis, 1691, William his brother, 1713, and Margaret Proctor, 1723–4, floor-slab to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Protestant Refugees from the Low Countries, portion of building belonging to Austin Friars granted to: Broad Street (2), p. 32b.

Puckering, Sir John, 1593, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Puleston, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Pulpits:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, 17th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 8a (Plate 35); Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b (Plate 79); Bread Street (1), p. 26b (Plate 78); Bridge Within (1), p. 30a (Plate 78); Candlewick (1), p. 40a (Plate 78); (2), p. 43a (Plate 79); Castle Baynard (2), p. 54b; (3), p. 56b (Plate 35); Cheap (1), p. 63a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b; (2), p. 75b; Cordwainer (1), p. 81a; (2), p. 83a (Plate 34); Cornhill (2), p. 88a; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b (Plate 34); Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (2), p. 109a (Plate 35); (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 113b (Plate 79); Farringdon Without (1), p. 122b (Plate 34); (4), p. 132b; Langbourn (1), p. 168a (Plate 212); (2), p. 170a (Plate 34); Queenhithe (1), p. 174b; Tower (1), p. 180a (Plate 221); Tower (2), p. 183b; Vintry (1), p. 189a; Walbrook (1), p. 196a; Walbrook (2), p. 198a (Plate 35).
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Vintry (2), p. 191b (Plate 221).
-, Early 18th-century: Aldgate (2), p. 10b; Cripplegate Without, p. 99b.

Pump Court: Farringdon Without (10), p. 152a (Plate 198).

Purchas, Samuel, font given to St. Peter's by: Cornhill (2), p. 87b.

Putte, Pieter van den, shield-of-arms of: Barnard's Inn (glass), Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.

Pye, Sir Walter, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Pym, John, 1712, Elizabeth his wife, 1700, and their children, Ann, 1682, Anna, 168–, William, 1686, Humphrey, 1689, William, 1696, Robert, 169–, Francis, 1696, and Mary, 1696, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Quatreman, Ralph, 1621, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 141b.

Queenhithe Ward, Inquest, names of: on cup, St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191b.

Queenhithe Ward, pp. 173–175; parishes in, p. 173a.

Racquet Court, Nos. 1, 2 and 3: Farringdon Without (26), p. 162b.

" " No. 5: Farringdon Without (27), p. 162b.

Radcliffe or Ratcliff:
-, Anne (Benolt), 1585, wife of Sir John Radcliffe, monument to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b (Plate 21).
-, Sir John, 1568, son of Robert Earl of Sussex, monument to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b (Plate 20).
-, John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Rahere, founder in 1123 of Augustinian Priory, now the Church of St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 123a; monument to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 127b (Plates 70, 173); inscription recording foundation of St. Bartholomew's Hospital by: Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b.

Railings and Balustrades, see under Metal-work.

Rainwater-heads and Pipes, see under Leadwork.

Raleigh or Rawleighe, Sir Walter, History of the World, by: see under Books; shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Ram, couched: in glass medallion, St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10a; figure of: from barge of Clothworkers' Company, Tower (5), p. 185a (Plate 47).

Ramsey:
-, Mary, 1596, brass to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106a.
-, William, master-mason on Chapter House and Cloister of Old St. Paul's: Castle Baynard (1), p. 52b.

Raper, Henry, 1674–5, floor-slab to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Ratcliff, see Radcliffe.

Rawleighe, see Raleigh.

Rawlinson, Sir Thomas, Lord Mayor, 1687 and 1696, arms of: Vintners' Hall (on sword-rest), Vintry (4), p. 192b.

Rawson, Christopher, 1518, and Margaret and Agnes (Buke) his wives, brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178b.

Rawstorn, Elizabeth, 1675, wife of Sir William Rawstorn, tablet to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.

Rayhere, see Rahere.

Rayner, Christopher, 1692, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Raynsford, Sir Richard, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Raynton, arms possibly of: St. Helen (glass), Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a.

Raynye, John, flagons given to St. Benet Gracechurch by: now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 168a.

Reading, James, Warden of Brewers' Company, 1673, name of: inscribed over door in Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 94b.

Reade, Dorothy, see Gryme.

Rede, William, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Reeve or Reve:
-, Sir Edmund, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Richard, 1702, tablet to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.
-, Roger, 1691, tablet to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.
-, Roger, 1690–1, also Elizabeth, 1713–4, Roger, 1692, and Deborah, 1712, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Religion, figures representing: Guildhall (painting by Sir James Thornhill), Cheap (3), p. 68a; St. Vedast (carved in door-head), Farringdon Within (4), p. 111b.

Religious Houses, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Reredoses:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, See also Echal.
-, 17th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2b (Plate 36); Billingsgate (1), p. 16a; (2), p. 18a; Bread Street (1), p. 26b (Plate 36); Bridge Within (1), p. 30a; Candlewick (1), p. 40a; (2), p. 43b (Plate 87); Castle Baynard (2), p. 54b; (3), p. 56b; Cheap (4), p. 70a; Coleman Street (1), p. 73b (Plate 137); (2), p. 75b (Plate 140); Cornhill (2), p. 88a; Cripplegate Without, p. 99b (Plate 137); Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; (2), p. 109a (Plate 161); (3), p. 111a; (4), p. 113b (Plate 162); Farringdon Without (1), p. 123a; (4), p. 132b; (6), p. 137a; Langbourn (1), p. 168a (Plates 36, 213); (2), p. 170a (Plate 36); Queenhithe (1), p. 174b; Tower (1), p. 180a (Plate 220); Vintry (1), p. 189a; Walbrook (1), p. 196b (Plate 227); (2), p. 198b.
-, Early 18th-century: Cordwainer (1), p. 81a; Cripplegate Without, p. 99b.

Reresby, Gervash, 1704, tablet to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Resurrection, The, carved bas-relief in stone of: St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 17b.

Reve, see Reeve.

Ribera, Giuseppe, known as Lo Spagnoletto, painting of "The Martyrdom of St. Lawrence" attributed to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62b.

Riccard, Sir Andrew, 1672, monument and brass to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a, b.

Richardson:
-, Elizabeth, 1639, wife of Sir Thomas Richardson, tablet to: St. Botolph, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.
-, James, 1706, tablet to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.
-, Col. Nicholas, 1702, and Nicholas his son, 1703, tablet to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.
-, Sir Thomas, 1631, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Rickards, Ann, see Gourney.

Rivers, James, 1641, monument to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.

Robinson:
-, Elizabeth, wife of John Robinson, 1600, brass to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b.
-, John, 1599, alderman, monument to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b (Plate 22).
-, Sir John, Lord Mayor, 1663, shield-of-arms of: Clothworkers' Hall (glass), Tower (5), p. 185b.
-, Sir Thomas, Bart., 1683, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 141b.
-, Thomas, smith, wrought-iron balusters in St. Paul's Chapter House made by: Farringdon Within (12), p. 118a.

Rochester:
-, Lawrence, Earl of, 1685, see Hide.
-, Robert, 1514, brass to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b.

Rodoway, William, 1626, and Richard Pienon, tower of St. Mary Aldermary completed by: Cordwainer (2), p. 81a.

Rogers:
-, Henry, arms of: St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 81b; bequest of: for rebuilding St. Mary Aldermary, cordwainer (2), p. 81b.
-, W. Gibbs, wood-carver, additions to woodwork in church of St. Mary at Hill in 1848–9 by: Billingsgate (2), p. 17a.

Rolls, Michael, wainscoting in Great Parlour of Merchant Taylors' Hall presented in 1683 by: Broad Street (4), p. 36b.

Roman, Paul converting a, representation of: on portico of St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45b.

" bricks: in crypt of St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80a.

Romanelli, Giovanni Francesco, painting of The Dead Christ by: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a.

Roofs:
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, Tie-beam: 15th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 22a; Tower (2), p. 182a.
-,-, Miscellaneous: 16th-century: Aldgate (1), p. 5b.
-, Secular:
-,-, Hammer-beam: 16th-century: Farringdon Without (10), p. 148b (Plate 195).
-,-, King-post: 15th-century: Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.
-,-, Queen-post: 17th-century: Langbourn (6), p. 171b.

Roos:
-, Arms of, see under Heraldry.
-, Monument to member of family of: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 141a (Plates 184, 185).

Rooyen, John van, 1686–7, brass to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 33b.

Rosa, Salvator, painting of St. Paul in St. Mary le Bow attributed to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Roth, Edward, 1696, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Row, Susanna, see Haliday.

Rowland:
-, Katherine, see Clitherow.
-, Robert, 1690, floor-slab to: St. Peter, Cornhill (2), p. 87b.

Royal Arms, see under Heraldry.

" Exchange, The: Broad Street (3), p. 34b.

Roycroft, Thomas, 1677, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.

Roystone, Richard, 1686, Elizabeth (Meredith) his granddaughter, 1689, and Mary (Chiswell) his daughter, 1698, floor-slab to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Rudhall, Abraham, see Bellfounders.

Rusche, John, 1498, brass to: All Hallows Barking Tower (1), p. 178b.

Russell:
-, Robert, 1662, Lady Elizabeth his wife, afterwards wife of Sir Richard Waterman, 1675, and Kenrick their son, 1670, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184b.
-, Sir William, 1705, and Susanna (Palmer) his first wife, 1683, monument to: by Caius Cibber, St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 184b (Plate 20).

Russia Court, house in: Cripplegate Within (11), p. 96a.

Ryder, Martin, Treasurer of Middle Temple, inscription recording restoration of No. 2 Brick Court by: Farringdon Without (10), p. 153b.

Saddlers' Company, see City Companies.

Saints, see under individual names; for churches dedicated to: see individual names under Churches.

St. Alban, Westcliff, font from St. Mary le Bow now in: Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

St. Alban's Cathedral, organ by Bernard Schmidt formerly in St. Dunstau's now in: Tower (3), p. 185a.

St. Andrew's Court-house, Farringdon Without (15), p. 160a (Plate 76).

" Hill, No. 39: Castle Baynard (8), p. 59a.

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Farringdon Without (16), p. 160a; arms of: on Gatehouse, Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b; (17th-century glass), Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b; Gatehouse, Farringdon Without (16), p. 160a (Plate 206).

St. Leonard Foster Lane, Schoolhouse of: Aldersgate (8), p. 4a.

St. Paul's Chapter House, Farringdon Within (12), p. 118a.

" The Deanery of, Castle Baynard (4), p. 56b.

Salters' Company, see City Companies.

Sancroft, William, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of: St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 81b; Deanery built by: Castle Baynard (4), p. 56b.

Sanders, Sir Edward, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a (Plate 96).

Sandes, Miles, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Sansom, . . ., 1705, and Ann his wife, 1719, floor-slab to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Satyrs, figures of: carved on screen in Middle Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (10), p. 149b.

Saunders:
-, Agnes, widow of John Saunders, see Gilbert.
-, Sir Edmund, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass) Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b; shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeant's Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Francis, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Richard, figures of "Gog" and "Magog" carved by: 1707–8, in Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 65a.

Savadge or Savage:
-, James, Temple Church restored by: Farringdon Without (7), p. 137b.
-, Thomas, cup given in 1607 to St. Alban, Wood Street by: Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b.

Savell or Savill:
-, John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Lady Margaret, cup given by: in 1626, to St. Alban, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b.

Sawtel, Ann, 1694, wife of Edmund Sawtel, and their children, slab to: in churchyard of St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.

Sawyer, Thomas, 1672, Martha his wife, 1693, and Thomas his son, 1695, tablet to: St. Sepulchre's, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a.

Schmidt, Bernard, known as Father Schmidt or Smith. See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi. Organs built by: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10b; St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b; St. Peter Cornhill (2), p. 87b; Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a; St. Mary Woolnoth, Langbourn (3), p. 170a; formerly in St. Dunstan's now in St. Alban's Cathedral, Tower (3), p. 185a; St. James Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191a.

Schoolhouse of St. Leonard Foster Lane: Aldersgate (8), p. 4a.

Science, allegorical figure of, carved in relief on the Monument, Bridge Within (2), p. 31a.

Sciences, figures representing, in painting of Pegasus in Inner Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a.

Scotland, Bank of, chimney-piece in: Bishopsgate (8), p. 25a (Plate 76).

Scott, Sir George Gilbert, St. Michael Cornhill restored in 1860 by: Cornhill (1), p. 84b.

Scratchings, see under Inscriptions and Scratchings.

Screens:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, See also Ironwork under Metal-work.
-, In Churches and Chapels:
-,-, 17th-century: Billingsgate (1), p. 16b; (2), p. 18a; Bridge Within (1), p. 30b; Candlewick (1), p. 40b; Cheap (4), p. 70a; Coleman Street (1), p. 74a (Plate 138); Cornhill (2), p. 88a (Plate 139); Farringdon Within (3), p. 110a (Plate 7); (4), p. 114a; Langbourn (2), p. 170a (Plate 42); Vintry (1), p. 189a; Walbrook (1), p. 196b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 51b (Plates 118, 119); Vintry (2), p. 191b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Farringdon Within (1), p. 107a; Tower (1), p. 180a.
-, In Halls of Societies and City Companies:
-,-, 16th-century: Farringdon Without (10), p. 148b (Plates 47, 194).
-,-, 17th-century: Bassishaw (1), p. 13b (Plates 61, 64); Broad Street (4), p. 36a (Plate 86); Cripplegate Within (5), p. 93a (6), p. 95a (Plate 149); Dowgate (4), p. 102a; Farringdon Within (9), p. 117b (Plate 168); Langbourn (6), p. 171b; Vintry (4), p. 192b.
-,-, 18th-century: Aldersgate (7), p. 4a (Plate 52).

Scrimshire, William, 1684, Katherine his wife, 1677–8, William his son, 1711, Hannah, wife of the latter, 1691, Hugh, son of the last pair, 1684, and Prudence his wife, 170–, also Hugh, another grandson of the first William, 1702–3; also to Mathew, son of William Scrimshire, 1713, and Elizabeth his wife, 1733, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Scroll of the Law, in Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Aldgate (3), p. 12b.

Scudamore, Elizabeth, 1593, wife of Philip Scudamore, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.

Seal, Richard, Master of Parish Clerks' Company, 1681, arms of: (glass), Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b.

Seale, John, 1714, wall-monument to: St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a; slab to, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.

Seaman, Dutton, 1682, font in St. Mary Aldermary given by: Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.

Seating:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv, and Chairs under Furniture.
-, In Churches:
-,-, Bishop's Throne: Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), p. 52a (Plate 5).
-,-, Beadle's Seat: Early 18th-century: Aldgate (3), p. 11b.
-,-, Churchwardens' pews: 17th-century: Billingsgate (1), p. 16b (Plate 68); (2), p. 18a; Bread Street (1), p. 27a; Candlewick (1), p. 40b; Castle Baynard (2), p. 54b; Cheap (1), p. 63a; Coleman Street (2), p. 75b; Cornhill (2), p. 88b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107b, (2), p. 108b, (4), p. 114a; Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b; Langbourn (1), p. 168a, (2), p. 170a; Tower (1), p. 180a (Plates 37, 68); Vintry (1), p. 189a. Late 17th or early 18th-century: Vintry (2), p. 191b.
-,-, Clerk's pew: 17th-century: Bread Street (1), p. 27a.
-,-, Corporation pew: 17th-century: Cheap (1), p. 63a.
-,-, Stalls, Benches, Bench-ends, Pews, etc.: 15th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b (Plate 42). 17th-century: Aldgate (3), p. 12b; Billingsgate (1), p. 16b; Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b; Bread Street (1), p. 27a; Bridge Within (1), p. 30b; Candlewick (1), p. 40b, (2), p. 43b (Plate 37); Castle Baynard (2), p. 54b; Cheap (4), p. 70a; Cordwainer (1), p. 81a; Cornhill (2), p. 88b; Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90b; Farringdon Within (1), p. 107b, (3), p. 111a; Farringdon Without (1), p. 123a, (4), p. 132b; Langbourn (1), p. 168a; Vintry (1), p. 189a. Late 17th or early 18th-century: Castle Baynard (1), pp. 51b, 52a (Plate 121); Tower (1), p. 180a. Early 18th-century: Aldgate (3), p. 12b.
-,-, Stools: 17th-century: Langbourn (5), p. 171a.

Secular Buildings, see Sectional Preface, p. xxvii, and under Architecture.

Segner, Hannah, 16–5, daughter of George Segner, floor-slab to: Christ Church, Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Seldon, John, 1654, marble slab to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 140b.

Sell, Henry, Warden of Brewers' Company, 1673, name of: inscribed over door in Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate, Within (6), p. 94b.

Sepulchre, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches.

Sepulchre, see Easter Sepulchre.

Serjeants' Inn (Chancery Lane), see Inns of Court and Chancery.

" " (Fleet Street), see Inns of Court and Chancery.

Shapelinck, Josyna, 1689–90 and Anna (Shapelinck) wife of John Ellsworth, 1700, floor-slab to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Shaw, Sir John, 1683, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Shears, Tailors': embroidered on funeral-pall in Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 37a.

Sheldon:
-, Arms of: Tallow Chandlers' Hall, Dowgate (4), p. 102b.
-, Sir Joseph, panelling in Reception Room of Tallow Chandlers' Hall given by, 1675: Dowgate (4), p. 102b.
-, Ralph, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Shelley, Martha, see Coby.

Sheppard, John, 1679, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Sherlock, William, D.D., Dean of St. Paul's, arms of: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45a.

Sherring, Edmund, 1690, Vicar of Christ Church, monument and floor-slab to: Farringdon Within (1), p. 106b.

Sherwood, Edward, 1690–1, John, 1703, and Richard, 1703–4, his sons, Elizabeth Lordell his daughter, and John, 1703, and Sarah, 1700, children of John, monument to: St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 42b.

Shipman, William, 1681, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Shoe Lane, carving from gateway to former workhouse burying-ground in: now in St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 123a.

Shorter, Bridget, see Edwards.

Shrader, George, of Brunswick, brasses to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a.

Shrewsbury, Earl of, see Talbot.

Sibery, William, early 18th-century floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Signs:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv.
-, Billingsgate (4), p. 18a; Bishopsgate (7), p. 25a; Cordwainer (7), p. 84a; Cripplegate Within (9), p. 96a, (12), p. 96a; Farringdon Within (19), p. 119b, (20), p. 119b, (21), p. 120a; Farringdon Without (52), p. 165b, (53), p. 165b.

Silk, Captain Robert, 1701–2, and Martha his wife, 1689, tablet to: St. Botolph, Portsoken (1), p. 172a.

Sivedall, Henry, cup and cover-paten of 1610 given to St. Martin Ludgate by: now on loan at London Museum, Farringdon Within (3), p. 111a.

Skeleton, carving of: in tympanum of archway at St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 9a.

Skinner, Ephraim, 1678, tablet to: from St. Olave Old Jewry now in St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73a.

Skinners' Company, see under City Companies.

Slany, Richard, 1678, Mary his wife, 1684, John and another son (?) John added later, slab to: in churchyard adjoining St. Dionis Hall, Langbourn (5), p. 171a.

Slip-tiles, 13th and 14th-century: Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a; Cripplegate Without, p. 100a; Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.

Sloane, James, 1704, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b (Plate 26).

Smallpace, Percival, 1558, and Agnes his wife, 1588, monument to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.

Smallwood, William, figure in plaster ceiling in Old Pewterers' Hall said to represent: Langbourn (6), p. 171b.

Smirke:
-, Robert, Temple church restored by: Farringdon Without (7), p. 137b.
-, Sir Sidney, Temple Church restored by, Farringdon Without (7), p. 137b.

Smith:
-, Ann, see Morton.
-, John, 1630, arms of: (glass), Painter-Stainers' Hall, Queenhithe (4), p. 175b.
-, Sir John, 1673, slab to: in churchyard of St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.
-, Judith, 1698, tablet to: in churchyard of St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.
-, Katherin, see Hayward.
-, Mary, widow of Anthony Smith, dish given to All Hallows Honey Lane, 1635, by: now in St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 81a.
-, Matthew, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Richard, 1675, Elizabeth his wife, 1664, and John, 1655, and Richard, 1653, his sons, tablet to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99a.
-, ..., floor-slab to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.

Smithfield, see West Smithfield.

Smithson, Hester, wife of Hugh Smithson, see Godfrey.

Snayth, George, 1651, auditor to William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.

Snigg, George, 1602, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Somaster, Henry, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Somerset, William, Earl of Worcester, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a (Plate 196).

Sommers, or Somers of Eversham, John, Lord, 1698, shield-of-arms of: (glass), Middle Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

South, Robert, 1624, Elizabeth his wife, 1663, and Lewis and Anne, 1649, their children, tablet to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.

Southcote, John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Spagnoletto, Lo, see Ribera.

Spain, glass medallion representing naval action, 1631, between Holland and: Barbers' Hall, Farringdon Within (8), p. 116b.

Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Synagogue of: Aldgate (3), p. 10b.

Sparke, Edward, 1693, slab to: from St. Olave Old Jewry now in churchyard of St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Speed, John, 1629, Merchant Tailor, historian and mapmaker, and Susanna his wife, 1628, monument to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99a.

Spencer or Spenser:
-, Sir John, 1609, and his wife Alice (Bromfield), monument to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a (Plates 73, 75).
-, John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Richard, 1667, monument to: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10a (Plate 27).

Sperling, George, cup given to Bridewell Chapel by: Farringdon Without (17), p. 160b.

Squints, Bishopsgate (2), pp. 21a, 22b, 23a.

Stafford, Edward, Lord, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Staircases (most worthy of mention):
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv.
-, In Churches:
-,-, 14th-century: Aldersgate (1), p. 2a.
-,-, 17th-century: Farringdon Within (2), p. 109a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 52a, b (Plate 104).
-, In City Halls:
-,-, 17th-century: Broad Street (4), p. 37a (Plate 165); Cripplegate Within (6), pp. 94b, 95a (Plate 40); Dowgate (3), p. 100b (Plate 154); Farringdon Within (8), p. 116b (Plate 165); Vintry (4), p. 192b (Plate 228).
-, In Houses:
-,-, 17th-century: Aldgate (7), p. 13a (Plate 40); Bridge Within (4), p. 31b (Plate 41); Castle Baynard (4), p. 57a (Plates 39, 41); (5), p. 58b (Plate 40); (6), p. 59a (Plate 41); Cheap (6), p. 71a (Plate 41), (7), p. 71a (Plate 39); Farringdon Within (13), p. 118b; Farringdon Without (8), p. 143b (Plate 201); Farringdon Without (34), p. 164a (Plate 41); Vintry (6), p. 193b (Plate 39).
-,-, Early 18th-century: Dowgate (7), p. 104a (Plate 40); Farringdon Within (12), p. 118a; Farringdon Without (8), p. 143b; Tower (6), p. 185b (Plate 40), (8), p. 186b.

Stamier, James, 1663, floor-slab to: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Stampe, Edward, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Stanley:
-, Earl of Derby, arms of: as King of Man, Castle Baynard (5), p. 57b.
-, Ferdinand, Lord Strange of Knokyn, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Stanton:
-, Edward, sculptor, monument to Edward Tyson, M.D., by: formerly in St. Dionis' now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167b.
-, William, sculptor, monument in Temple Church to Edmund Gybbon by: Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b.

Staper, Richard, 1608, alderman, monument to: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23b (Plate 22).

Staple, William, 1650, tablet to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without p. 99a.

" of Calais, see under Heraldry.

Starling:
-, Achievement-of-arms of: All Hallows Barking (glass), Tower (1), p. 179a; Brewers' Hall, Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a;
-, Sir Samuel, Lord Mayor, 1670, parlour of Brewers' Hall, wainscoted by: Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a.

Stationers' Company, see City Companies.

Statues:
-, Figures: Aaron: St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 189a; The Apostles (eight): St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45a; Boy and girl: Farringdon Without (19), p. 161a; Queen Elizabeth: Farringdon Without (5), p. 134a (Plate 66); King Henry VIII: Farringdon Without (16), p. 160b; King James I and Charles I: Clothworkers' Hall, Tower (5), p. 185a (Plate 46); St. Dunstan: Goldsmiths' Hall, Aldersgate (5), p. 3b (Plate 46); St. James (?): by Francis Bird, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45b (Plate 95); St. James' Garlickhithe, Vintry (2), p. 191a; St. John the Baptist: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45a; St. Julian: Innholders' Hall, Dowgate (6), p. 103b; Moses: St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 189a; St. Paul: by Francis Bird, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45b (Plate 95); St. Peter: by Francis Bird, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45b (Plate 95); St. Stephen: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45a.
-, Busts: King Charles II: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 81a; Thomas Evans: PainterStainers' Hall, Queenhithe (4), p. 175b (Plate 46); Gideon de Laune: Farringdon Within (7), p. 115a (Plate 46)

Stephen, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches; carved stone figure of St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45a; representations of the martyrdom of: carved on portico of St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 45b; carved wood panel in St. Alphege, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a.

Stint, John, 1709, floor-slab to: from St. Michael's Crooked Lane, now in St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 29b.

Stone Gallery, The: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 46a.

Stone:
-, John, sculptor, monument to Sir John Williams in Temple Church by: Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a.
-, Nicholas, sculptor, font by: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 6a (Plate 11); monument to Julius Caesar Adelmare by: St. Helen's, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a (Plate 127); monument to Dr. John Donne by: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 110); monument to Sir Richard Hutton by: St. Dunstan's, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b.

Stoner, Adam, 1678, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Stoney, Anne, 1611, wife successively of Robert Dun and Richard Stoney, brass to: St. Botolph's, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.

Story, Edward, Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1670, shield-of-arms of: Barnard's Inn (glass), Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.

Stoup, 14th-century: Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Stow, John, 1605, antiquary, monument to: St. Andrew. Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7a (Plate 55); commencement of building of Guildhall mentioned by, Cheap (3), p. 63b; crypt of St. Mary le Bow mentioned by, Cordwainer (1). p. 76b.

Strange, Ferdinand. Lord, see Stanley.

Strode, Henry, Sen., 1683, Eliza, his wife, 1686, Henry Strode, Jun., 1704, and Sarah Herring his sister, 1731, monument to: St. Lawrence Pountney Churchyard, Candlewick (3), p. 44a.

Stuart, Lewis, Duke of Richmond, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Sturt, Joseph, 1699, floor-slab to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.

Sun-dials:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxv.
-, 17th-century: Broad Street (2), p. 34a; Farringdon Without (6), p. 137a; (10), pp. 152b, 154a; Langbourn (6), (glass), p. 171b.
-, 18th-century: Aldgate (2), p. 10b; Bassishaw (1) (glass), p. 14a; (2) (glass), p. 14a.

Sutton:
-, Abraham, 1675, floor-slab to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 8a.
-, Margery, wife successively of Isaack Sutton and Humfry Turner, 1607, tablet to: also to Isaack Sutton, 1589, St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.

St. Swithin London Stone, see Churches.

Sword-rests:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxv.
-, In Churches:
-, 17th-century: Bishopsgate (2), p. 24b (Plate 44); Cheap (1), p. 63a (Plate 44); Cordwainer (2), p. 83b (Plate 44).
-, 18th-century: Bridge Within (1), p. 30b (Plate 44); Walbrook (2), p. 198b (Plate 44).
-, In City Halls:
-, 17th-century: Tower (5), p. 185a (Plate 44); Vintry (4), p. 192b.

Sydenham, George, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass): Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Sykes, Henry, 1710, and Margery (Paynel) his wife, 1694, monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.

Sympson, Sir John, 1681, serjeant-at-law, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7); p. 142b.

Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Aldgate (3), p. 10b (Plan, p. 11; Plates, see list of, p. v).

Table-tombs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Tables, see under Furniture and also Communion Tables.

Tablet, inscribed stone, in Cheapside: Farringdon Within (17), p. 119b.

Tailor or Tayler:
-, Richard, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Robert, of Silverdale, 1577, tablet to: St. Botolph, Portsoken (1), p. 172a.

Talbot:
-, George, Earl of Shrewsbury, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Margaret [Windsor], 1620, wife of John Talbot, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a.

Tallow Chandlers, see under City Companies.

Tamworth, Christopher, 1624, and Frances his wife, 1637, tablet to: St. Botoloph, Aldersgate (2), p. 3a.

Tancred, Jordan, 1702, chaplain to the Duke of Leeds, also William Holland, Rector of All Hallows Staining and Elizabeth his wife, 1699, tablet to: formerly in All Hallows Staining, now in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Tanner, ..., floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Tapestry:
-, 15th-century: Vintry (4), p. 193a.
-, 16th-century: Broad Street (4) (foreign), p. 37a.

Taverner, Jeremiah, 1687, Churchwarden of St. Peter West Cheap, name inscribed on stone tablet in Cheapside: Farringdon Within (17), p. 119b.

Tayler, see Tailor.

Tebah: in Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Aldgate (3), p. 12b (Plate 92).

Templars, see Knights Templars.

Temple Church, see under Churches.

" The, see also Middle Temple and Inner Temple under Inns of Court and Chancery and The Temple Church under Churches; plan of: p. 144; the liberty of the: in Farringdon Ward Without, p. 120a; house of the Master of the: Farringdon Without (8), p. 143a (Plates 190, 201).

Temptation in Eden, carved representation of the: on font, St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1). p. 73a.

Tenison, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury (1695–1715), carved arms of: in vestry, St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 185a.

Thacham, John, 1685, floor-slab to: now in churchyard of Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.

Thavie, John, name of: inscribed in window of St. Andrew Holborn, Farringdon Without (1), p. 122a.

Thavie's Inn, see Inns of Court and Chancery.

Thistle, Jewel of the Order of the: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 7a.

Thomas, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches.

" " of Canterbury, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; 17th-century, Brewers' Hall (glass), Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a; figure of: Brewers' Hall (embroidered on funeral-pall), Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a.

Thomas, Elizabeth, 1709, daughter of William Thomas, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Lothbury, Coleman Street (1), p. 73b.

Thornhill:
-, Charles, late 17th-century, floor-slab to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.
-, Sir James, paintings by: subjects from life of St. Paul on soffit of dome, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a; ceiling in Aldermen's Court Room at Guildhall, in 1727, Cheap (3), p. 68a; allegorical picture in Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 68a; of Pegasus for Inner Temple, Farringdon Without (9), p. 145a.

Thorold, Charles, 1691, and Anna his wife, 1702, floor-slab to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 8a; also Charles, 1691, and Sir Charles Thorold his son, 1709, monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.

Throgmorton or Throkmorton:
-, Sir John, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, Sir Nicholas, 1570, monument to: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10a (Plate 20).

Thynne, William, 1546, and Anne (Bond) his wife, brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178a.

Tijou, Jean, wrought-iron screens and gates in St. Paul's Cathedral by: late 17th or early 18th-century, Castle Baynard (1), p. 51b.

Tiles, see Slip-tiles.

Tillison . . ., 1685, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Tillotson, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1694, monument to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 61b (Plate 24).

Tilsworth, Johan, see Hayward.

Time, figures of: carved in relief on The Monument, Bridge Within (2), p. 31a; on clock in St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 98a; carved on door-case in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167a.

"Times," Offices of The, Printing House Square, portions of outlying buildings of Convent of Dominicans found under: Farringdon Within (6), p. 114a.

Tolderney, Christopher, flagon of 1613, given to All Hallows Lombard Street by: Langbourn (1), p. 167b.

Tompkins, James, 1680, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Tonbridge School, tablet to Sir Andrew Judd, founder of: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a.

Tonge, William, 1389, shield-of-arms of: see Heraldry; brass to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 178b.

Torch-extinguishers, see Iron under Metal-work.

Touchet, George, Lord Audley, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Tovey, Dr. John, early 17th-century monument to: St. Katharine Cree, Aldgate (2), p. 10a.

Tower Ward, pp. 176–186; parishes in: p. 176a.

Tracy, Robert, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Treby, Sir George, 1700, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b; tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 143a.

Tredway, Walter, 1710, and Samuel Tredway, 1712, floor-slab to: St. Peter, Cornhill (2), p. 87b.

Tresham, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Trinity Chantry, St. Jerome's Vulgate, c. 1270, formerly belonging to: now in St. Peter Cornhill, (2), p. 87a.

" Symbol of: carved on boss in porch, St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136a; on Haddon brass, St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a.

Trott, Hester, see Hide.

Trough: found in kitchen of Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 36b.

Troumpeur, see Goefrey le Troumpeur.

Trump Street, No. 10: Cheap (11), p. 71b.

Truth, allegorical figure representing: in painting by Sir James Thornhill in Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 68a.

Tryon, Sarah, 1686, floor-slab to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Tuckney, Anthony, D.D., 1650, alms-dishes given to St. Vedast by: Farringdon Within (4), p. 113b.

Tufnell, John, late 17th-century floor-slab to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Tulse:
-, Henry, 1689, slab to: in churchyard adjoining St. Dionis Hall, Langbourn (5), p. 171a.
-, Henry, 1705, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.

Tunstall, Ralph, stand-paten given to St. Augustine's Church in 1631 by: now in Victoria and Albert Museum, Farringdon Within (2), p. 108b.

Turgis, Thomas, 16–0, and Mary, 1639, also a son William, 16–3, slab to: in churchyard adjoining St. Dionis Hall, Langbourn (5), p. 171a.

Turkish Hone Stone, pavement of: from original building by Sir Thomas Gresham now relaid in present Royal Exchange, Broad Street (3), p. 34b.

Turner or Turnor:
-, Arthur, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Christopher, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Damaris (Worthington), 1703, wife of Nathaniel, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133a (Plate 26).
-, Edward, 1623, and Arthur his second son, 1651, slab to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a (Plate 189).
-, Sir Edward, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Margery, wife successively to Isaack Sutton and Humfry Turner, 1607, tablet to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b (Plate 27).
-, Peter, M.D., 1614, monument to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.
-, Richard, 1707, and Catherine his wife, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.
-, Mr. Sergeant, inscription on poor-box of gift by: St. Bride, Farringdon Without (4), p. 132b.
-, William, M.D., 1568, tablet to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 183a.

Tutchin, John, 1658, tablet to: St. Botolph, Bishopsgate (3), p. 24b.

Tyson, Edward, M.D., monument by Edward Stanton to: formerly in St. Dionis now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167b.

Undercrofts: See also Crypts.
-, 13th-century remains of: from Dominican Convent Blackfriars, now at Dominican church Haverstock Hill, Farringdon Within (5), p. 114a.

Urns, two wooden, probably from Reredos: in Vestry, St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 81a.

Valence, Thomas, 1601, tablet to: St. Dunstan, Farringdon Without (5), p. 133b.

Vandeput, Giles, 1646, Sara his wife, 1656, Peter his son, 1668, and Jane (Hoste) wife of Peter, monument to: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

Vanes, see Iron under Metal-work.

Vand de Berghe, see Berghe.

Van den Putte, see Putte.

Van Dene, Gertrude, see Maes-acker.

Van Heila, see Heila.

Van Helsdingen, Adriaen, see Bustyn.

Van Heythuysen, see Heythuysen.

Van Kesteren, see Kesteren.

Van Pieren, see Pieren.

Van Rooyen, see Rooyen.

Vansittart, Peter, 1705, tablet and floor-slab to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 8a.

Van Vryberge, see Vryberge.

Vaughan, Sir John, 1674, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a.

Vavasor, Peter, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Vedast, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches.

Ventris, Sir Peyton, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Vere, shield-of-arms of: 17th-century, in Barnard's Inn (glass), Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.

Vernon:
-, Sir George, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Henry, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Henry, 1694, son of Sir Thomas, monument to: St. Stephen, Coleman Street, (2), p. 75b.
-, John, [1615], monument to: St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85a.
-, John, 1617, tankards given by: St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85b.

Veronica, St., figure of: on processional cross in St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a.

Vickars, Charles, 1712–13, monument to: St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a.

Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington: church plate now on loan at: from St. Augustine, Farringdon Within (2), p. 108b; St. Faith under St. Paul's, Farringdon Within (2), p. 108b; former chapel of Bridewell, Farringdon Without (17), p. 160b; entrance doorway from No. 33 Mark Lane, now in: Tower (8), p. 186b.

Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.

Vinck, Isaac, 1702, floor-slab to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Vintners' Hall, see City Companies.

Vintry Ward, pp. 186–193; parishes in: p. 186b.

Virgin, St. Mary the, see also The Holy Family under Christ; figures of: Ironmongers' Hall (funeral pall), Aldersgate (6), p. 3b; St. Andrew Undershaft (glass), Aldgate (1), p. 7a; on No. 4, Corbet Court (for Mercers' Company), Bishopsgate (7), p. 25a; St. Paul's Cathedral (processional cross), Castle Baynard (1), p. 51a; Brewers' Hall (funeral pall), Cripplegate Within (6), p. 95a; All Hallows Barking (Evyngar brass), Tower (1), p. 178a; (and Child) St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, Cripplegate Within (2), p. 92b; Vintners' Hall (Pieta on funeral pall of c. 1520), Vintry (4), p. 193a.

Virly, Thomas, 1454, vicar of All Hallows Barking, brass to: Tower (1), p. 178a.

Viroot, Thomas, 1704, and John Westhuys, 1710, floor-slab to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Virtues, allegorical representations of: painting on dome of St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 43a.

Von Werder, see Werder.

Vryberge, Marinus van, 1711, floor-slab to: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Wakefield, Mary, 1715, and William Wakefield, 1663, her father, tablet to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.

Walbrook Ward, pp. 193–198; parishes in: p. 193b.

Walcot:
-, Anna, see Hyde.
-, Thomas, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Walker, Thomas, name of: inscribed on carved panel in Benchers Reading Room, Inner Temple Hall, Farringdon Without (9), p. 145b.

Wall, Town: Roman and Mediaeval, see also Sectional Preface, pp. xxiv, xxvii; remains and bastions of: incorporated in walls of All Hallows, Broad Street, p. 31b; St. Alphege's Churchyard, Cripplegate Within, pp. 88b, 93a; St. Botolph's Churchyard, Aldersgate, p. 1a; preserved in yard of G.P.O., Farringdon Within, p. 104a; in Nos. 18–20, Jewry Street, Aldgate, p. 4b; Warwick Square, Farringdon Within, p. 104a.

Walrond:
-, Elizabeth, wife of Francis Walrond, 171—, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.
-, Maurice, dish given to All Hallows Honey Lane, 1660, by: now in St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 81a

Walsall, Francis, Warden of Painter-Stainers' Company, 1628, arms of: (glass), Queenhithe (4), p. 175b.

Walter, Alice, see Farewell.

Walters, William, 1712, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Walton, Brian, Bishop of Chester, 1661, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Wane, James, 1672, and Elizabeth his wife, floor-slab to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.

Ward:
-, John, 1714, floor-slab to: St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 29b.
-, Sir Patience, Lord Mayor, 1681, died 1696, and Elizabeth (Hobson) his wife, 1685, monument to: St. Mary Abchurch, Candlewick (2), p. 42b (Plate 55).
-, Rowley, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Wardrobe Court, Nos. 3, 4 and 5: Castle Baynard (9), p. 59a.

Warner, Edward, 1628, wall-monument to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 7b.

Warwick:
-, Guy, Earl of, stone sign on No. 9, Newgate Street with shield of Newburgh and figure representing: Farringdon Within (19), p. 119b.
-, Susanna, Countess of, wife of Robert, Earl of Warwick, and formerly wife of William Haliday, see Haliday.

Warwick Square, fragment of Roman wall preserved in: Farringdon Within, p. 104a.

" " No. 12, see Amen House.

Waterman, Lady Elizabeth, wife of Sir Richard Waterman, see Russell.

Watermen's Hall, see City Companies.

Waterson, Alice (Burton), wife successively of Richard Waterson, Francis Coldocke and Isaac Bynge, 1616, see Bynge.

Watling Street No. 29: Cordwainer (5), p. 83b.

Watton, arms of, see under Heraldry.

Watts:
-, Edward, "Edwardus Watts Merc. Lond.," inscription on Communion table: St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.
-, John, 1705, son of Thomas Watts, tablet to: St. Mary Aldermary, Cordwainer (2), p. 83a.

Weather-vanes, see Iron under Metal-work.

Weaver, Simon, 1678, arms of: in glass in Cutlers' Hall Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.

Weavers' Hall, see City Companies.

Webb:
-, Ann, 1710, and Robert her son, 1710, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.
-, John, 1702, floor-slab to: in crypt. All Hallows, Broad Street (1), p. 32a.
-, Sara, 171–, and her daughter, 1708, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Weldon, Henry, 1595, son of Raphe and Elizabeth Weldon, brass to: formerly in Lambe's Chapel Monkwell Street, now in St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182a.

Well: in kitchen of Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 36b.

Wells, Hugh, 1673, father of Mary Wells, see Nourse.

Welsh Church, St. Benet's church, Upper Thames Street used by the: Castle Baynard (3), p. 55a.

Werder, Ludolph von, 1628, tablet to: St. Olave Hart Street, Tower (2), p. 182b (Plate 27).

Wessell, Mary, see Cater.

West Smithfield, Nos. 55, 56 and 57: Farringdon Without (42), p. 165a; doorway, etc. formerly part of St. Bartholomew the Great, incorporated in No. 57, p. 127a.

Westhuys, John, see Viroot.

Weston:
-, Richard, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Sir William, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Wharton, Thomas, M.D., 1673, monument to: from St. Michael Bassishaw now in St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 62a.

Wheatley, William, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.

Wheeler, James Lowe, arms of: Apothecaries' Hall (glass), Farringdon Within (7), p. 114b.

Whichcote:
-, Benjamin, 1683, tablet to: St. Lawrence Jewry, Cheap (1), p. 61b.
-, Jeremy, 1710, slab to: in churchyard of St. Stephen, Walbrook (1), p. 196a.

Whispering Gallery, The: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), pp. 47a, 49b.

White or Wight:
-, Elizabeth, 1681, floor-slab to: St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 188b.
-, Henry, 1702–3, tablet to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 23a.
-, Sir Thomas, arms of: carved on screen, Merchant Taylors' Hall, Broad Street (4), p. 36a.
-, Thomas, 1633, brass to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b.
-, William, 1682, plaisterer, and John Edmondson, 1715–6, floor-slab to: St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 188b.
-, William, 1672, and four children, floor-slab to: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1), p. 8a.

Whitefriars' Convent, cellar under Britton's Court formerly part of: Farringdon Without (18), p. 160b.

" the precinct of: Farringdon Without, p. 120a.

Whitelock or Whitlock:
-, Sir James, 1624, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150b.
-, William, Treasurer of Middle Temple, inscription recording rebuilding of Middle Temple Cloisters, 1681, by: Farringdon Without (10), p. 151b.

Whiting:
-, John, 1681, and Margaret his wife, 1680, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.
-, John, cup given to St. Bartholomew the Great in 1690 by: Farringdon Without (2), p. 128b.
-, John, 1704, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.
-, Thomas, cartouche-of-arms with inscription stating organ in St. Botolph given by: Portsoken (1), p. 172b (Plate 17).

Whitlock, see Whitelock.

Whitney, Constance, 1628, daughter of Sir Robert Whitney, monument to: St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 98b (Plate 24).

Whitton, Camela, wife of Henry Whitton, see Bassano.

Wicksteed, John, Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1621, shield-of-arms of: (glass), Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.

Wigfall, Daniel, 1698–9, monument to: St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 18a.

Wight, see White.

Wightman:
-, Philip, see under Bellfounders.
-, William, see Bellfounders.

Wilcox or Willcocks:
-, John, 1695, arms of: Cutlers' Hall (glass), Farringdon Within (11), p. 118a.
-, Thomas, Principal of Barnard's Inn, 1574, shield-of-arms of: (glass), Farringdon Without (14), p. 159b.

Wild-e or Wylde:
-, Dorothy (Greswold), wife successively to John Wild and Hugh Offley, 1610, see Offley.
-, George, 1679, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b (Plate 189).
-, John, 1640, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Willaw, Andrew, 1700, tablet to: St. Botolph, Bishopsgate (3), p. 24b.

Willcocks, see Wilcox.

Willes, Thomas, cup given by: St. Mary Woolnoth, Langbourn (3), p. 170b.

William the Conqueror, crypt at St. Mary le Bow built in reign of: mentioned by Stow, Cordwainer (1), p. 76b.

" III, figure of: St. Andrew Undershaft, Aldgate (1) (glass), p. 7a.

" " and Mary, arms of: see Royal Arms under Heraldry; cypher of: on vestry cornice, St. Michael Paternoster Royal, Vintry (1), p. 188a.

" son of William the Goldsmith, founded Benedictine Nunnery of St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 19b.

" the Silent, Prince of Orange, correspondence with: Dutch Church or Jesus Temple, Broad Street (2), p. 34a.

Williams or Wylliams:
-, Sir David, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a.
-, Frances, wife of Benjamin Williams, see Ball.
-, Sir John, 1668–69, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a (Plate 189).
-, Oliver, 1693, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.
-, Thomas, 1495, and Margaret his wife, brass to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b.
-, Thomas, 1645, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142a.
-, Thomas, Master of Parish Clerks' Company, 1680, arms of: (glass), Cripplegate Within (7), p. 95b.

Williamson:
-, Dame Dyonis, tablet recording gift of £2,000 in 1666 by: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 81a.
-, Sir Joseph, Kt., 1676, shield-of-arms of: Clothworkers' Hall (glass), Tower (5), p. 185b.

Williamson's Hotel, New Court, Bow Lane, Cordwainer (4), p. 83b.

Wilson:
-, Jone, 1624, wife of Dr. John Wilson, slab to: Churchyard of St. Giles, Cripplegate Without, p. 99a.
-, Richard, painting by: Girdlers' Hall, Bassishaw (1), p. 14a.

Winder, John, 1699, his brother Jonathan, 1717, and Samuel Winder, monument to: All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.

Windsor:
-, Edward, Lord, shield-of-arms of: Middle Temple Hall (glass), Farringdon Without (10), p. 150a (Plate 196).
-, Margaret, see Talbot.

Wine Office Court, No. 9: Farringdon Without (25), p. 162a; see also The Cheshire Cheese.

Wiseman or Wyseman:
-, Edmund, 1704, and Eliza his wife, 1694, tablet to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 112).
-, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Edward Wiseman, 1694, floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.
-, Robert, 1684, wall-monument to: St. Benet, Castle Baynard (3), p. 56b.

Witham, Sir John, Bart., 1689, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 141b.

Withers or Wythers:
-, Francis, Falstaff cup given by: St. Magnus the Martyr, Bridge Within (1), p. 30a.
-, William, 1700, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Wittenhall, Gabriel, clothmaker, c. 1690, floor-slab to: St. Sepulchre, Farringdon Without (6), p. 136b.

Wolley, Sir John, 1595, and wife, mutilated effigies of: in crypt, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a.

Wolsey, Cardinal, sarcophagus and base prepared for tomb of: incorporated in monument to Lord Nelson, 1805, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.

Wood, Joan (Cotton), widow of John Wood and wife of John Bence, 1684, see Bence.

" Street, No. 9: 17th-century cellar below, Cripplegate Within (13), p. 96a.

Woodmongers' Company, see under City Companies.

Woods:
-, Elizabeth, 1690, and James Woods, 1700, tablet to: formerly in St. Dionis, now in All Hallows Lombard Street, Langbourn (1), p. 167b.
-, John, 1658, Anne (Burnet) his first wife, 1645, and John his son, 1670, monument to: St. Mary at Hill, Billingsgate (2), p. 17b.

Woolfe, Regina and Lucie, daughters of John Woolfe, 1691–2, floor-slab to: St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 24a.

Woolnough, Mary, 1673, floor-slab to: St. Mary le Bow, Cordwainer (1), p. 80b.

Worcester, William, Earl of, see Somerset.

Worthington, Damaris, see Turner.

Wotton, Nicholas, 1482, rector of St. Martin Outwich, brass to: formerly in St. Martin Outwich, now in St. Helen, Bishopsgate (2), p. 22b.

Wren:
-, Sir Christopher: see also Sectional Preface, pp. xxv, xxvii, xxviii. Churches designed or repaired by: See Appendix No. 2, p. 201; secular buildings designed or repaired by: the Deanery of St. Paul's, Castle Baynard (4), p. 56b; the Guildhall, Cheap (3), p. 63b; Gatehouse and Cloisters to Middle Temple, Farringdon Without (10), pp. 148a, 151b, 156b; floor-slab to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50b.
-, Jane, daughter of Sir Christopher, 1702, tablet to: by Francis Bird, St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 112).
-, Mary (Musard), wife of Sir Christopher, 1712, Philip Musard, her father, 1713, and Constance her mother, 1729, tablet to: St. Paul's Cathedral, Castle Baynard (1), p. 50a (Plate 112).
-, Susanna, see Holder.

Wright:
-, Sir Robert, 1616, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.
-, Thomas, 1700, floor-slab to: formerly in St. Alphege, now in City of London Cemetery Manor Park, Cripplegate Within (3), p. 93a.
-, Thomas, 1712, floor-slab to: St. Margaret Pattens, Billingsgate (1), p. 16a.

Wylde, George, see Wild.

Wylliams, Thomas, see Williams.

Wyndham, Francis, shield-of-arms of: in glass from Serjeants' Inn, Farringdon Without (12), p. 159a.

Wynn-e:
-, Henry, 1671, tablet to: Temple Church, Farringdon Without (7), p. 142b (Plate 189).
-, Richard, 1688, and Joyce his wife, monument to: St. Alban, Cripplegate Within (1), p. 90a.

Wyseman, Robert, see Wiseman.

Wythers, Frances, see Withers.

Yates, Grace, 1673, wife of Joseph, floor-slab to: St. Vedast, Farringdon Within (4), p. 113a.

York, Duke of, see James II.

Young or Yonge:
-, Ellis, 1659, tablet to: St. Bartholomew the Great, Farringdon Without (2), p. 128a.
-, James, 1638, Anne (Bail) his wife, 1666, and his eldest son James, 1710, floor-slab to: St. Dunstan, Tower (3), p. 185a.
-, John, 1670, tablet to: St. Michael, Cornhill (1), p. 85a.

Ypres Cathedral, fragments of glass from: St. Ethelburga, Bishopsgate (1), p. 19a.

Zacharias, figure representing: painting on reredos, All Hallows Barking, Tower (1), p. 179b.



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