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'Index', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 3: North West (1934), pp. 236-264. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=124678 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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INDEX

Abbey Dore, Roman road at, p. li; Church, p. lxv; woodwork made by John Abel for, p. lxvi; Addenda, p. 227.

Abel, John, architect, died 1674, p. lxvi; monument, Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b; buildings credited to, p. lxvi; Lady Hawkins' Grammar School designed by, Kington (3), p. 91a; Leominster Market Hall, built by, Leominster (5), p. 115b.

Aconbury, Addenda, p. 227.

", Camp, p. xlvi.

Adam and Eve, representation of, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (1), p. 175b; figures represented on alms-dish, Leominster (1), p. 114a.

Adforton, pp. 1–4.

Adonis, figure possibly of, represented in plaster ceiling, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (3), p. 60a.

Aelfgar, Earl of Mercia, alliance with Gruffydd ap Llewelyn, p. lx.

Aethelberht, St., see Ethelbert.

Agnus Dei, representations of: Aston (1) (tympanum), p. 8b; Byton (1) (tympanum), p. 32b; Shobdon, p. 180a.

Agrippina, coins of, Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.

Ailey, house at, Kinnersley (13), p. 100a.

" Farm, Kinnersley (15), p. 100a.

Alabaster Effigies:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvi.
-, Civil:
-,-, Men: 17th-century: Kinnersley (1), p. 98a.
-,-, Women: 15th-century: Kington (1), p. 90b; Weobley (1), p. 195b. 16th-century: Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a. 17th-century: Kinnersley (1), p. 98a.
-, Military:
-,-, 15th-century: Kington (1), p. 90b; Weobley (1), p. 195b.
-,-, 16th-century: Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a–b.
-, Incised:
-,-, Civil: Women: 16th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b. Military: 16th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b.

Alfred of Marlborough, Ewyas Harold held by, pp. lx n., lxii.

Alkmund, St., see St. John the Baptist and under Dedications.

All Saints, bells dedicated to, Aconbury (Addenda), p. 227; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Almeley, pp. 4–8.

", Castle, Almeley (3), p. 6a.

Alms-boxes:
-, 17th-century: Burrington (1), p. 29a; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a.

Alms-dishes, see under Plate, Church.

Almshouses:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, 17th-century: Pembridge (6), p 163a; (7), p. 163b.

Altars:
-, Mediæval: Kinsham (1), p. 100b; Wigmore (1), p. 205a; Winforton (1), p. 213a.

Altar, Rood-, 14th-century remains of, Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b.

Amberley Court, Marden, p. lxvi.

Amberstone, Brilley (16), p. 24b.

Anchor Inn, see under Inns.

Andrew, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Angel Cottage, Kingsland (18), p. 84a.

" House, Kingsland (19), p. 84a.

" Inn, see under Inns.

Annunciation, The, see under Mary the Virgin, St.

Anthony, St., figures representing, Croft (1) (altar-tomb), p. 34b.

Antonine Itinerary, course of Iter XII, p. li; course of Iter XIII, p. li.

Apostles, figures probably representing, Orleton (1) (font), p. 156b; see also under individual names and Evangelists.

", Farm, Kington (10), p. 95b.

Apperly, William, Churchwarden, name inscribed on stone, Leominster (1), p. 112b.

Arbour, The, Kingsland (71), p. 86a.

", Farm, Kingsland (55), p. 85b.

", House, Kingsland (56), p. 85b.

Archangels, panels representing, Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82.

Archer, Elizabeth, see Croft, Sir Herbert.

Archer's Ford, Lynchets near, Lingen (14), p. 137a.

Architecture, see Sectional Preface, pp. xxxii–xxxiv; Architectural Survey of the County, pp. lxiv–lxvi; and under Castles, Churches, Dovecotes, Houses, etc.

Ariconium (Weston-under-Penyard), British coins found at, p. xlvi; possible settlement of Dobuni, p. xlvi; Roman finds at, p. lii; Roman roads near, p. li.

Arkenefeld, or Irchenefeld, Cyfeiliog, Bishop of Llandaff captured in, p. lviii; Welsh occupation of, p. lix; submission to Norman lords, p. lxi.

Armour:
-, See also Sectional Preface under Miscellanea, p. xxxviii.
-, Helms:
-,-, 15th-century: Eardisley (1), p. 52a.
-,-, 16th-century: Eardisley (1), p. 52a.

Arrow Lawn, Eardisland (10), p. 48b.

" Mill, Kingsland (40), p. 85a.

Arundel Psalter, wall-painting of "Wheel of Life" in Leominster Church similar to that in, p. 113b.

Ashley, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (12), p. 177a.

", Cottage, Middleton on the Hill (11), p. 149b.

", Moor Farm, Orleton (32), p. 159a.

Ashton, see Eye, Moreton and Ashton.

Ashwood Park Farm, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (23), p. 61a.

Asser, Bp., mention of Offa's Dyke in Life of King Alfred by, p. lvii.

Aston, pp. 8–9.

Athelstan, King, River Wye appointed as boundary between Welsh and English by, p. lviii.

Augustus, coins of, Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.

Aulden, Leominster Out (43), p. 131a.

Auretone, Richard's Castle referred to as, in Domesday Survey, pp. lxii, 172b.

Austin Canons, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

" Nuns, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Avenbury, Addenda, p. 228.

Aymestrey, pp. 9–15.

Bacchus, represented in plaster ceiling, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (3), p. 60a.

Bach Camp, Kimbolton (22), p. 79b.

Back Lane, Weobley (55–7), p. 203a.

Badham:
-, John, 1687, floor-slab, Pembridge (1), p. 162a; name inscribed on gate, Pembridge (1), p. 161b.
-, Mary, wife of William Badham, 1690, monument, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.
-, Walter, 1687–8, and Elinor, 1702, floor-slab, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.
-, William, 168(3 ?), floor-slab, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.

Bailey Merdy, barn, Brilley (26), p. 25a.

Baker:
-, Godwin, see under Bellfounders.
-, John, see under Bellfounders.

Baker's Arms, see Inns.

Baldsgate Common, cottage on, Aymestrey (26), p. 14a.

Ball-flower ornament, p. lxv.

Balustrades, see under Ironwork.

Bank, The, Kingsland (67), p. 86a.

", Cottage, Pembridge (25), p. 165b; Stapleton (8), p. 183a.

", Farm, Kington Rural (5), p. 95a.

", of Pleasure, Brilley (25), p. 25a.

Banner, Dorothy (Case), mother of Thomas Trafford, 1691, floor-slab, Pembridge (1), p. 162a.

Baptist Chapel, Pitch Farm formerly used as, Dilwyn (24), p. 42a; house formerly used as, Leominster (140), p. 125a.

Barclay's Bank, Leominster (61), p. 120b.

Bargates, Leominster (158–64), p. 126a.

Barn, The Old, Mansell Gamage (8), p. 145b.

Barnabas, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Barneby, Joyce, see Hibbyns.

Barns, The, cottage at, Eyton (7), p. 62b.

", Outbuildings, Stables, etc:
-, Dating from the 13th century: Eardisley (30), p. 55a.
-, Dating from the 14th century: Kington Rural (2), p. 94b.
-, Dating from the 15th century: Huntington (8), p. 75b.
-, Of Mediæval origin but undated: Brilley (3), p. 24a; Kingsland (4), p. 83a; King's Pyon (3), p. 88a; (13), p. 88b; Kington Rural (10), p. 95b; Leominster Out (17), p. 130a; (21), p. 130b; Pembridge (72), p. 168a; Weobley (22), p. 199b; (33), p. 200b; Yarpole (2), p. 216a.

Barrel Inn, see under Inns.

Bartholomew, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Baskerville or Baskervile, arms of, before 1550, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Sir Humphrey, 1617, brass, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.

Batch, The, Cottage on, Almeley (7), p. 7a.

", Twt, Almeley (4), p. 6b.

Bateman:
-, Sir James, Lord Mayor of London, Shobdon Court built by, Shobdon (2), p. 180a.
-, William, 2nd Lord, Shobdon Court remodelled by, in 1861, Shobdon (2), p. 180a.

Baughe, Mary, wife of Edward Baughe, see under Haughton, George.

Bayly:
-, James, 1705, headstone, Yazor (1), p. 218a.
-, Katherine, wife of John Bayly, 1695, headstone, Yazor (1), p. 218a.

Beauchamp, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Becknell, Kingsland (69), p. 86a.

Bedford, William, 1689, Margaret his wife, 1689, and Margaret their daughter, wife of Thomas Bedford, 1690, monument, Monkland (1), p. 150b.

Bell Square, Weobley (20–21), p. 199a.

Bellfounders:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv.
-, Baker, Godwin (of Worcester): Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a.
-, " John: Edvin Ralph (Addenda), p. 228.
-, Bristol Foundry: Putley (Addenda), p. 228.
-, W.B.: Eyton (1), p. 61b.
-, Clibury, H.: Thruxton (Addenda), p. 228.
-, " T.: Kinnersley (1), p. 97b; Shobdon (1), p. 179b.
-, " William: Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b.
-, " Foundry: Grafton, Upper Bullingham (Addenda), p. 227; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a; Pudleston (1), p. 170a; Stretton Sugwas (Addenda), p. 228.
-, Coxburgh, John of: Harewood (Addenda), p. 227.
-, Dankes, Richard (of Worcester): Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a.
-, Farmer, H. (of Gloucester): Kinnersley (1), p. 97b.
-, Finch, John (of Hereford): Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22a; Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; Orleton (1), p. 156b; Pudleston (1), p. 170a; Putley (Addenda), p. 228.
-, I.G.: Huntington (1), p. 75a.
-, Green or Greene, John (of Worcester): Edvin Ralph (Addenda), p. 228; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Holmer (Addenda), p. 228; Kinnersley (1), p. 97b; Yarpole (1), p. 215b.
-, Hadley, Isaac (of Leominster): Docklow (1), p. 43b; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Huntington (1), p. 75a; Rowlstone (Addenda), p. 228; Weobley (1), p. 195a.
-, Hendley or Hendly, Robert (of Gloucester): Letton (1), p. 134b; Marstow (Addenda), p. 228; Pipe and Lyde (Addenda), p. 228; Yarpole (1), p. 215b.
-, Huntbach, W. (of Worcester): Mordiford (Addenda), p. 228.
-, Martin, John (of Worcester): Aston (1), p. 9a; Brimfield (1); p. 25b; Croft (1), p. 34a; Donnington (Addenda), p. 228; Grendon Bishop (Addenda), p. 228; Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; King's Pyon (1), p. 87b; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b; Orleton (1), p. 156b; Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Pixley (Addenda), p. 228; Stanford Bishop (Addenda), p. 228; Stoke Prior (2), p. 187b; Weobley (1), p. 195a; Yarpole (1), p, 215b.
-, Oldfield, Robert: King's Pyon (1), p. 87b; Weobley (1), p. 195a.
-, Palmer, John (of Gloucester): (?) Byford (1), p. 31a; Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b.
-, Rudhall, Abraham (of Gloucester): Docklow (1), p. 43b; Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Kinsham (1), p. 100b.
-, Williams, H. (of Brecon): Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b.
-, Worcester Foundry: Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; Laysters (1), p. 103b; Letton (1), p. 134b; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Pudleston (1), p. 170a; Stoke Prior (2), p. 187b.

Bell-frames, 17th-century, Aymestrey (1), p. 10a.

Bells:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv.
-, 13th-century: Hatfield (1), p. 64b; Moccas (Addenda), p. 228; (?) Wormsley (1), p. 214b;
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Brockhampton by Ross (Addenda), p. 228; Elton (1), p. 57a; Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a.
-, 14th-century: Aconbury (Addenda), p. 227; Dewsall (Addenda), p. 227; Grendon Bishop (Addenda), p. 228; Kenchester (Addenda), p. 228; Kilpeck (Addenda), p. 228; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Sarnesfield (1) (perhaps foreign), p. 178b.
-, Late 14th or early 15th-century: Harewood (Addenda), p. 227; Letton (1), p. 134b; Putley (Addenda), p. 228.
-, 15th-century: Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; Laysters (1), p. 103b; Letton (1), p. 134b; Marstow (Addenda), p. 228; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Pudleston (1), p. 170a; Sapey, Upper (Addenda), p. 228; Stoke Prior (2), p. 187b; Yarpole (1), p. 215b; Yazor (1), p. 217b.
-, 16th-century: Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Edvin Ralph (Addenda), p. 228; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a.
-, Mediæval but undated: Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Brobury (1), p. 27a; Byford (1), p. 31a; Grafton, Upper Bullingham (Addenda), p. 227; Moccas (Addenda), p. 228; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a; Whitchurch (Addenda), p. 228.
-, 17th-century: Aston (1), p. 9a; Aymestrey (2), p. 11a; Birley (1), p. 16a; Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22a; Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Byford (1), p. 31a; Collington (Addenda,) p. 228; Croft (1), p. 34a; Donnington (Addenda), p. 228; Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a; Edvin Ralph (Addenda), p. 228; Eyton (1), p. 61b; Grafton, Upper Bullingham (Addenda), p. 227; Grendon Bishop (Addenda), p. 228; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Holmer (Addenda), p. 228; Huntington (1), p. 75a; Kenchester (Addenda), p. 228; Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; Kingsland (1), p. 81b; King's Pyon (1), p. 87b; Kinnersley (1), p. 97b; Knill (1), p. 102a; Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b; Monkland (1), p. 150b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a; Orleton (1), p. 156b; Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Pixley (Addenda), p. 228; Pudleston (1), p. 170a; Putley (Addenda), p. 228; Shobdon (1), p. 179b; Stanford Bishop (Addenda), p. 228; Stoke Prior (2), p. 187b; Stretton Sugwas (Addenda), p. 228; Thruxton (Addenda), p. 228; Weobley (1), p. 195a; Whitchurch (Addenda), p. 228; Yarpole (1), p. 215b.
-, Early 18th-century: Docklow (1), p. 43b; Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Huntington (1), p. 75a; Kingsland (4), p. 83a; Kinsham (1), p. 100b; Moccas (Addenda), p. 228; Weobley (1), p. 195a.
-, Undated: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a; Eardisley (2), p. 52b; Elton (1), p. 57a; Lucton (1), p. 137b; (2), p. 138a; Stretford (1), p. 190a; Willersley (1), p. 211b.
-, Sanctus:
-,-, 15th-century: Leominster (1), p. 113b.
-,-, Mediæval: Shobdon (1), p. 179b.
-,-, Undated: Lingen (1), p. 136a.

Bell-towers, detached, p. lxv.

Benett, Elizabeth, see Flacket.

Bengough, Thomas, Churchwarden, name inscribed on gate, Pembridge (1), p. 161b.

Beornwulf, King of the Mercians, p. lviii.

Berinton, John, 1613–14, and Joyce (Ketilby), his wife, monument with effigies of, Bishopstone (2), p. 18a.

Berry's Wood, Offa's Dyke, in, p. xxx.

Betun or Bethune, Robert de, Bishop of Hereford (1131–48), Shobdon church dedicated by, pp. Ixiv, 179a.

Bidney Farm, Dilwyn (60), p. 43a.

Biers, 17th-century: Birley (1), p. 16a; Pudleston (1), p. 170a.

Bilbury, Richard's Castle (16), p. 174b.

Birch, Col. John, 1691, monument with effigy of, Weobley (1), p. 195a.

Bircher Common, cottages at, Yarpole (15–17), p. 216b.

Birches, The: Kington Rural (14) (stables), p. 95b; Weobley (6), p. 196b.

Birley, pp. 15–6.

Bishon Farm, Bishopstone (4), p. 18b.

Bishopstone, pp. 16–9; Offa's Dyke in parish of, p. xxx; Roman Villa at, pp. xxxi, liv, 17a.

", Court, Bishopstone (3), p. 18b.

Bishop's Wood, Walford-on-Wye, Roman finds in, p. liv.

B(i)ssop, Hugh, 13th-century coffin-lid of, Weobley (1), p. 195a.

Black Hall: Kingsland (3), p. 83a; King's Pyon (3), p. 88a.

Blackpole, cottage at, Luston (24), p. 140a.

Blackwardine, Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b; Roman finds at, pp. xxxi, liv; Roman road at, p. lii.

Bleathwood Common, cottage near, Hereford, Little (5), p. 67a.

Bliss Hall Farm, Staunton-on-Wye (13), p. 187a.

Blount, Blounte, Blunte or Blunt:
-, Anne, widow of Thomas Blount, 1697–8, floor-slab to, Orleton (1), p. 157a.
-, Elenor (?), wife of . . . Blunte, 17th-century monument, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a.
-, John, 1629, and Elizabeth his wife, hatchment, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a.
-, Miles, 1663, brass, Orleton (1), p. 156b.
-, Thomas, 1679, brass, Orleton (1), p. 156b.
-, Winefred, see Fletcher, Thomas.

Bohun, Huntington Castle in possession of family of, Huntington (2), p. 75a.

Bollingham Chapel, Eardisley (2), p. 52b.

" Farm, Eardisley (67), p. 56b.

Bolton, Pembridge (89), p. 169a.

Bond's Green, Pembridge (87), p. 169a.

Bone House, Almeley (12), p. 7b.

" Mill, Kingsland (64), p. 85b.

Book, Common Prayer, 1707, Wigmore (1), p. 205a.

Boots Inn, see under Inns.

Bower, The, Kington Rural (25), p. 96a.

" Cottage, Eardisley (31), p. 55a.

Bowmore Wood, Offa's Dyke at, p. xxx.

Brace, A . . ., daughter of Francis Brace, see Prosser, John.

Brackets:
-, 12th-century: Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b.
-, 13th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b.
-, 14th-century: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a; Byford (1), p. 31a; Dilwyn (1), p. 38a; Kingsland (1), p. 81b; Kington (1), p. 90b; Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Weobley (1), p. 195a; Wormsley (1), p. 214b; Yarpole (1), p. 215b.
-, Late 14th or early 15th-century: Yazor (1), p. 218a.
-, 15th-century: Humber (1), p. 72b; Yarpole (1), p. 215b.
-, Mediæval but undated; Aston (1), p. 9a; Eardisland (1), p. 46b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a; Huntington (1), p. 75a; Kington (1), p. 90b; Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a.

Brampton:
-, Bryan de, Castle of, p. 20a.
-, Margaret de, see Harley, Robert.

Brampton Bryan, pp. 19–21.

" " Castle, Brampton Bryan (2), p. 19b; p. lxiii; besieged by the Royalists, p. 20a; church largely destroyed during siege of, p. 19a.

" Little, parish, see Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton.

" Little, house, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (9), p. 176b.

Brandon Camp, Adforton (14), p. 3b.

Braose, Huntington Castle in possession of family of, Huntington (2), p. 75a.

Brasses, Monumental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxv.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, 15th-century: Kinnersley (1), p. 97b.
-, Inscriptions only (with or without heraldry):
-,-, 17th-century: Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Letton (1), p. 134b; Orleton (1), p. 156b; Pembridge (1), p. 161b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Knill(1),p. 102a; Letton (1),p. 134b; Pembridge (1), p. 161b.
-, Indents: Shobdon (1), p. 179b.

Bravinium, Leintwardine (1), p. 105b; see also under Leintwardine.

Breidden, The, p. xlvi.

Breton, Jane (Sherborne), wife of Robert Breton, 1656, monument, Pembridge (1), p. 162b.

Brewster, John, 1684, floor-slab, Eardisland (1), p. 47a.

Brick Corner, Orleton (3), p. 157b.

" House, outbuilding at, Almeley (17), p. 7b; Kingsland (34), p. 85a; Wigmore (6), p. 210a.

Brickhouse Farm, outbuilding, Leominster Out (33), p. 131a.

Bridge Cottage, Pembridge (47), p. 166b.

" Farm, Bridge Sollers (4), p. 22b.

" House, Leintwardine (17), p. 109b; Whitney (3), p. 203b.

" Sollers, pp. 21–2; Offa's Dyke at, pp. xxvii, xxx, lvii.

" Street, Kington (31–8), pp. 92b–94a; Leominster (7–38), pp. 117–9; Pembridge (44–8), pp. 166–7.

Bridgend Farm, Staunton-on-Wye (19), p. 187a.

Bridges or Bridgis:
-, James, initials of, carved over doorway, Weobley (8), p. 197a.
-, Simon, 1707–8, floor-slab, Weobley (1), p. 195b.

Bridges:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv.
-, Mediæval: Stoke Prior (3), p. 188a.
-, Dating from the 16th century: Leominster Out (3), p. 127a.
-, Dating from the 17th century: Ford (2), p. 63a; Kimbolton (2) (footbridge), p. 78a; Leominster Out (5), p. 129a; Stapleton (2), p. 182b.

Brierley Court, barn, Leominster Out (35), p. 131a.

Brightall Common, cottage on, Richard's Castle (14), p. 174b.

Brilley, pp. 23–5.

" Court Farm, Brilley (20), p. 24b.

" Green, outbuilding at, Brilley (18), p. 24b.

Brimfield, pp. 25–6.

" Common, cottage on, Brimfield (7), p. 26b.

Brinsop, carving similar to that at Leominster Church, p. 112b; diaper of doves as at Shobdon, p. lxiv; tympanum, p. lxiv; well, possible Roman, at, p. liv.

Bristol, pulpit said to have come from, Letton (1), p. 135a. Foundry, see under Bells.

Broadfields, Hereford, Little (13), p. 67b.

Broad Street, Leominster (42–61), pp. 119–20; Weobley (22–35), pp. 199–200.

Broadward Hall, pigeon-house, Leominster Out (26), p. 131a.

" Lodge, Leominster Out (27), p. 131a.

Brobury, p. 26–7.

Brockaly, Weobley (5), p. 196a.

Brockhampton by Ross, Addenda, p. 228.

Bromyard, Saxon monastery at, p. lv.

Brook Cottage, Kingsland (62), p. 85b.

" Farm, Kimbolton (8), p. 78b; Lyonshall (11), p. 144a.

" House, dove-cote at, King's Pyon (6), p. 88b; Stapleton (9), p. 183a; Wigmore (15), p. 210b; Yarpole (25), p. 216b.

Broom Farm, Eardisland (37), p. 50a.

Broomwell Farm, Hope-under-Dinmore (19), p. 71b.

Broughton:
-, Elizabeth, see Yeamans, William.
-, Mary, Communion plate given to Kington church by, Kington (1), p. 91a.
-, Michael, 1678, monument, Kington (1), p. 90b.

Browne, Samuel, 1710, monument, Orleton (1), p. 157a.

Browns, The, Dilwyn (29), p. 42a.

Brownsland Farm, Hope-under-Dinmore (35), p. 72a.

Bruce or Breys of Brecon, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Bruton, Pembridge (90), p. 169a.

Bubb:
-, Henry, 1709, and Henry his son, floor-slab, Kingsland (1), p. 82a.
-, William, son of Henry Bubb, bell dedicated to, Kingsland (1), p. 81b.

Buck, Samuel and Nathaniel, engraving of Brampton Bryan Castle by, p. 20a; view of Wigmore Castle by, 1732, p. 205b.

Buck Inn, see under Inns.

Buckton and Coxall, pp. 27–9.

" Farm, cottage near, Buckton and Coxall (1), p. 27a; mounds near, Buckton and Coxall (2), p. 27b; (4), p. 29a.

Building Materials, see Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.

Bull Farm, Letton (3), p. 135b.

Bullingham, Upper, see Grafton under Addenda, p. 227.

Bunn's Lane, cottage at, Yazor (4), p. 218b.

Burgess Gardens, Leominster, (74), p. 121a.

" Street, Leominster (70–77), p. 121.

Burgh:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Elizabeth, see Lingen, Sir John.

Burnt Hengoed, outbuilding at, Huntington (8), p. 75b.

" House, Titley (8), p. 191b.

Burrington, p. 29; paten from Downton on the Rock at, p. 45a.

Burton (?), Alicia, wife of . . ., incised slab with inscription to, Eardisland (1), p. 46b.

" Court, Eardisland (3), p. 47a.

Bury, Richard's Castle (17), p. 174b.

" Farm, Luston (23), p. 140a.

Butthouse, King's Pyon (2), p. 87b.

Butts, The, Staunton-on-Arrow (6), p. 184b.

Byford, pp. 30–2; Offa's Dyke in parish of, p. xxx.

" Common, cottage at, Byford (9), p. 32b.

" Court, Byford (2), p. 31b.

" House, outbuilding, Byford (3), p. 32a.

Byletts, Pembridge (62), p. 167b.

Bythe . . ., Richard, floor-slab, Leintwardine (2), p. 107b.

Bytheway, Thomas, 1708, floor-slab, Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b.

Byton, pp. 32–3.

Cad well, Kinsham (9), p. 101b.

Caerleon, Roman legionary fortress, p. xlix; castle probably founded by William fitz Osbern, p. lxi; Lodge Farm Camp, p. xliii.

Calver Hill House, barn, Norton Canon (15), p. 155a.

Camden, William, Britannia (Gough's edition), cited, Brandon Camp, Adforton, p. 3b; Uphampton Camp, Docklow, p. 44a.

Camp, The, Eardisley (69), p. 56b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (24), p. 61a.

" Wood, mound in, Aymestrey (32), p. 15a.

Campbell, Colin, alterations to Hampton Court by, p. 68b.

Camps, see under Earthworks.

Canon Pyon, Roman road in neighbourhood of, p. li.

Capell, arms of, see under Tomkins, Uvedall.

Cardiff (Glamorgan) rectangular earthwork at, pp. xlix, lxiii.

Careles, Joseph, 1696, headstone, Kingsland (1), p. 82a.

Carisbrooke (Isle of Wight), rectangular earthwork at, pp. xlix, lxiii.

Carpenter, arms of, King's Pyon (8), p. 88b.

Carter's Croft, Stapleton (3), p. 182b.

Carved Stones, Capitals, etc., not in situ:
-, 12th-century: Adforton (1) (Wigmore Abbey), p. 2b; Aston (1), p. 9a; Orleton (1), p. 157a; Walford, Letton and Newton (1), p. 192a; (3), p. 192a.
-, 13th-century; Walford, Letton and Newton (1), p. 192a; (3), p. 192a; Wormsley (5), p. 215a.
-, Mediæval; Downton on the Rock (3), p. 45b; Sarncsfield (1), p. 178b; Yarpole (26), p. 217a.

Carver, see Karver.

Carwardine, Walter, 1706, monument, Pembridge (1), p. 162a.

Case, Dorothy, see Banner.

Castle Acre (Norfolk), rectangular earthwork at, p. lxiii.

" Cottage, Stapleton (7), p. 183a.

" Farm, Eardisley (21), p. 54b.

" Frome, relation of church and castle, p. lxiii; font, p. lxiv; font at Eardisley by same carver, p. 52a.

" Frome, Almeley (42), p. 8a.

" Ground Farm, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (2), p. 61a.

" Moat, Leominster (4), p. 115b.

" Tump, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (2), p. 59b.

" Twts, Kington Rural (1), p. 94b.

Castles:
-, See also Pre-Conquest Hereford, pp. lix–lxi; Early Castles in Herefordshire, pp. lxii–lxiii; Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv; and under Earthworks.
-, Dating from the 13th century: Lyonshall (2), p. 142a; Wigmore (2), p. 205b.
-, Dating from the 14th century: Brampton Bryan (2), p. 19b.
-, Dating from the 15th century: Croft (2), p. 35a; Hope-under-Dinmore (2) (semi-fortified house), p. 68a.
-, Mediæval but undated: Huntington (2), p. 75a; Richard's Castle (2), p. 172b.
-, Late 16th-century: Kinnersley (2), p. 98b.

Caswall, Ann, see Jay.

Ceilings:
-, See also Sectional Preface under Plasterwork, p. xxxvii.
-, Plaster:
-,-, 16th-century: Byford (2), p. 31b; Hope-under-Dinmore (3), p. 70b; Kinnersley (2), pp. 98b, 99a; Leominster (6), p. 116b; Monnington-on-Wye (2), p. 153a.
-,-, 17th-century: Brimfield (2), p. 26a; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (3), p. 60a; Hereford, Little (4), p. 67a; Leintwardine (3), p. 108b; Leominster (49), p. 120a; (50), p. 120a; (73),p. 121a; Pembridge(38),p. 166b; Richard's Castle (20), p. 174b; Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (1), p. 175b; (6), p. 176b; Staunton-on-Arrow (9), p. 185a; Titley (4), p. 191a; Wigmore (22), p. 210b.
-, Timbered:
-,-, Early 16th-century: Eyton (2), p. 62a.

Cenwulf, King of the Mercians, p. lv.

Chadnor Court, Dilwyn (28), p. 42a.

Chairs, see under Furniture.

Chamber Walk, Wcobley (51–4), p. 202b.

Chamberlain:
-, Edward, 1712, brass, Letton (1), p. 134b.
-, Joane (Parker), wife first of Thomas Dowsing and second of Edward Chamberlain, 1697–8, brass, Letton (1), p. 134b.

Chapel Farm, Wigmore (3), p. 208b.

Chaplin, Ann (Tomkins), wife of Robert Chaplin, 1684, Mary, daughter of John Peers, 1696, moved from St. Swithin's, London, 1697, and Robert Chaplin, 1704, monument, Shobdon (1), p. 179b.

Chepstow:
-, Castle, founded by William fitz Osbern, p. lxi.
-, Priory, system of roofing, p. lxv.

Chequers, see under Inns.

Chester, Roman legionary fortress, p. xlix; St. John's Church, eastern apse, p. lxv.

Chests, see under Furniture.

Chickward, house at, Kington Rural (9), p. 95b.

Child, Elizabeth, see Walsham.

Chipp's House, Leominster Out (11), p. 129b.

Cholstrey Court, Leominster Out (21), p. 130b.

" Lodge, Leominster Out (25), p. 130b.

Christ:
-, See also Mary the Virgin, St., and Child; Bell dedicated to: Sarnesfield (1), pp. 178b, xxxv; Figures of: Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a; Richard's Castle (1) (glass), head only), p. 172a; Shobdon (1) (carving, in Majesty), p. 180a; Scenes from the Life and Passion of: With St. John the Baptist: Bishopstone (2) (glass), p. 18a; The Crucifixion: Bishopstone (2) (glass), p. 18a; Ford (1) (glass), p. 63a; Kinnersley (1) (reredos), p. 98a; Leintwardine (2) (misericorde), p. 108a; Winforton (1) (gablecross), p. 212b; Resurrection: Leintwardine (2) (misericorde), p. 108a; Represented in Harrowing of Hell: Shobdon (1), p. 180a.

Christopher, St., figure representing, Pembridge (1) (glass), p. 161b.

Church Croft, Orleton (10), p. 158a.

" House, Richard's Castle (12), p. 174b; Yarpole (7), p. 216a.

" House Farm, Orleton (11), p. 158a; Staunton-onWye (2), p. 186b.

" Street, Kington (6–9), pp. 91b–92a; Leintwardine (14), p. 109b; Leominster (83–4), p. 121b.

Churches and Chapels:
-, See also Architectural Survey of the County, pp. lxiv–lxv; and Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, Dating from late in the 11th century: Hatfield (1), p. 64a; Wigmore (1), p. 204a.
-, Dating from late 11th or early 12th century: King's Pyon (1), p. 86b; Letton (1), p. 133b.
-, Dating from the 12th century: Adforton (1) (ruined church of Wigmore Abbey), p. 1a; Aston (1), p. 8b; Aymestrey (1), p. 9b; (2), p. 11a; Birley (1), p. 15b; Bishopstone (2), p. 17a; Bridge Sollers (1), p. 21b; Byford (1), p. 30a; Docklow (1), p. 43a; Downton on the Rock (1), p. 44b; Elton (1), p. 56b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 58a; Eyton (1) (?), p. 61b; Hereford, Little (1), p. 65b; Kimbolton (1), p. 77a; Kinnersley (1), p. 96b; Knill (1), p. 101b; Laysters (1), p. 103a; Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 104b; Leintwardine (2), p. 106b; Leominster (1), pp. ma, lxiv, lxv; Lyonshall (1), p. 140b; Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144a; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 145b; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 147b; Orleton (1), p. 155b; Richard's Castle (1), p. 170b; Sarnesfield (1), p. 177b; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 185b; Stretford (1), p. 189a; Weobley (1), p. 192b; Willersley (1), p. 211a; Wormsley (1), p. 214a.
-, Dating from late 12th or early 13th century: Almeley (1), p. 4b; Dilwyn (1), p. 36a; Eardisland (1), p. 45b; Eardisley (1), p. 50b; Humber (1), p. 72a; Kington (1), p. 89a; Pudleston (1), p. 169b.
-, Dating from the 13th century: Brimfield (1) (tower), p. 25b; Kingsland (1), p. 80a; Leominster (3), p. 115a; Monkland (1) (tower), p. 150a; Norton Canon (1) (tower only), p. 153b; Pembridge (1), p. 159b; Yarpole (1) (tower), p. 215a.
-, Dating from late 13th or early 14th century: Brilley (1), p. 23a; Brobury (1), p. 26b; Huntington (1), p. 74b; Kinsham (1), p. 100b; Shobdon (1) (tower only), p. 179a; Yazor (1), p. 217a.
-, Dating from the 14th century: Croft (1), p. 33b; Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 67b.
-, Dating from the 15th century: Hope-under-Dinmore (2) (Hampton Court Chapel), pp. 68b, 70a; Monnington-onWye (1) (tower), p. 151b.
-, Mediæval origin, but undated: Burrington (1), p. 29a; Winforton (1), p. 212b.
-, Dating from late 16th or early 17th century: Lingen (1) (tower), p. 136a.
-, Dating from the 17th century: Almeley (2), p. 6a; Brampton Bryan (1) (incorporating a little earlier work), p. 19a; Monnington-on-Wye (1) (tower earlier), p. 151b.
-, Dating prom early in the 18th century: Norton Canon (1) (tower earlier), p. 153b.
-, Uncertain date: Eardisley (2), p. 52b.
-, Rebuilt, but incorporating old material: Byton (1), p. 32b; Ford (1), p. 63a; Lucton (1), p. 137b; Stoke Prior (2), p. 187b; Whitney (1), p. 203a.

Churchyard, The, earthwork known as, Lingen (13), p. 137a.

Cicutio, problematical situation of, p. liv.

Cider House, Pembridge (93), p. 169a.

Cider-mills, see Mills.

Cinders, Laysters (2), p. 103b.

Cisterns, see under Leadwork.

Clare, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Clarke, John, William and Susan, children of John Clarke, see under Smalman, Francis.

Clarks Field, Almeley (26), p. 7b.

Claypits, Offa's Dyke at, p. xxx.

Clear Brook, Pembridge (52), p. 167a.

Clibury, see under Bellfounders.

Clifford Castle, founded by William fitz Osbern, p. lx; held by Ralph de Todeni, p. lxii; earlier castles in neighbourhood, p. lxii; oval keep, p. lxiii.

Clocks:
-, 17th-century: Fownhope (Addenda), p. 228.
-, Early 18th-century: Lucton (2), p. 138a; Wigmore (1), p. 205a.

Clodock, see Addenda under Longtown, p. 228.

Clogie, Alexander, 1698, floor-slab, Wigmore (1), p. 205a.

Clungunford (Salop), Roman road near, p. li.

Cluns, The, Kington Rural (27), p. 96a.

Cobnash, cottage at, Kingsland (33), p. 85 a.

Cock Gate, cottage at, Yarpole (14), p. 216b.

Cocks, Anns, see Sherborne.

Codling Hall, Hope-under-Dinmore (34), p. 71b.

Coffins:
-, 14th-century: Kingsland (1), p. 81b.
-, Undated: Leominster (1), p. 113b.

Coffin-lids:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxv.
-, 12th or 13th-century: Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b.
-, 13th-century: Almeley (1), pp. 5b–6a; Byford (1), p. 31a; Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Eardisland (1), p. 46b; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Kington (1), p. 90b; Letton (1), p. 134b; Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b; Norton Canon (1), p. 154a; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a; Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186a; Stretford (1), p. 190a; Weobley (1), p. 195a.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Brobury (1), p. 27a.
-, 14th-century: Aston (1), p. 9a; Brobury (1), p. 27a; Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b.
-, 15th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b.
-, Mediæval, but undated: Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Leominster (1), p. 113b; (5), p. 116a; Pembridge (1) (fragment), p. 161b.

Coke, George, Bishop of Hereford, 1636–46, arms of Eardisley (2), p. 52b; brass, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.

Collecting-boxes, see Alms-boxes.

Colles:
-, John, 1641, and Frances (Lucy) his wife, 1638, monument, Hatfield (1), p. 64b.
-, Sara, see Geers.
-, Timothy, 1669, monument, Hatfield (1), p. 64b.

Collier, Phillip, 1711, table-tomb, Kington (1), p. 90b.

Collier's Farm, Pembridge (98), p. 169a.

Collington, Addenda, p. 228.

Combe, p. 33.

", Farm, Combe (1), p. 33a.

Comberton, cottage at, Orleton (25), p. 159a.

" Farm, Orleton (27), p. 159a.

Commandments, wall paintings representing the breaking of the, Hereford (53) (Addenda), p. 227.

Commercial Street, Hereford, house in (Addenda), p. 228.

Common Farm, Dilwyn (17), p. 41b.

Communion Rails:
-, 17th-century: Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a; Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a; Staunton-onWye, p. 186a; Willersley (1), p. 211b; Winforton (1), p. 213a.
-, Early 18th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b; Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a; Kinsham (1), p. 100b; Laysters (1) (now incorporated in fittings of chancel), p. 103b; Norton Canon (1), p. 154a.
-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Kinnersley (1), p. 97b.

Communion Tables:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxv.
-, 16th-century: Kinnersley (1), p. 97b; Letton (1), p. 134b.
-, 17th-century: Birley (1), p. 16b; Brobury (1), p. 27a; Croft (1), p. 34a; Docklow (1), p. 43b; Elton (1), p. 57a; Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Lucton (1), p. 137b; Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a; Norton Canon (1), p. 154a; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186a; Wigmore (1), p. 205a; Willersley (1), p. 211b; Winforton (1), p. 213a.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Aston (1), p. 9a.
-, Early 18th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Kinsham (1) (top modern), p. 100b; Leominster (1), p. 113b; Weobley (1), p. 195a.
-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a; Knill (1), p. 102a; Orleton (1), p. 156b.

Conches (Normandy), cell at Monkland of the Benedictine Abbey of, Monkland (1), p. 150a.

Coningsby, Coningesby, Conyngeby or Conyngsbye:
-, Achievement-of-arms of, Pembridge (1), p. 162b; arms of, impaling Fitzwilliam, Hope-under-Dinmore (2) (glass), p. 70a; impaling Jones, Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 68b; painted shields, showing alliances of family of, Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 70a; 18th-century monument to family of, ascribed to Roubiliac, Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a.
-, Cecilia, see Watson.
-, Francis, second wife of Thomas Conyngeby, floor-slab, Docklow (1), p. 43b.
-, Humfry, 15(08), and his wife, incised slab with effigies of, Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a.
-, Sidney, daughter of Thomas Conyngesbye, 1627, brass, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.
-, Thomas, 1607–8, floor-slab, Docklow (r), p. 43b.
-, Thomas, Earl (1692–1729), and Frances (Jones) his second wife, arms of, Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 68b; range of Leominster Priory buildings fitted as gaol by, Leominster (2), p. 114b; alterations to Hampton Court by, p. 68b.

Conservative Club, Leominster (111), p. 123a.

Constans, coins of, Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.

Constantine the Great, coin of, found at Bravinium, Leintwardine (1), p. 106a; Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.

" III (?), coins of, Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.

" Cæsar, coins of, Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.

Corn Square, Leominster (111–5), p. 123.

" Street, Leominster (116–21), pp. 123–4.

Corners Inn, see under Inns.

Cornewall:
-, Arms, before 1550, see Heraldry for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Stapleton Castle in possession of family of, Stapleton (1), p. 182b.
-, Eleanor, see Croft, Sir Richard.
-, Sir Richard, c. 1540, and Jane (Melborne) his wife, effigies ascribed to, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a.
-, Sir Rowland, effigy ascribed to, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a.

Cornhill, Kingsland (51), p. 85a.

", Cop, Leominster Out (16), p. 130a.

Cosmas, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Cothi, Lewis Glyn, Welsh bard, Hergest Court described by, Kington (2), p. 94b.

Cotmore Farm, Pembridge (86), p. 168b.

Cottages, The, Leominster Out (34), p. 131a.

Court Barn, Winforton (10), p. 214a.

" Farm, Aymestrey (7), p. 12a; Pembridge (94), p. 169a.

" House, Byton (2), p. 32b; Eardisland (6), p. 48b; Richard's Castle (5), p. 173b; Yarpole (28), p. 217a.

" House Barn, Wigmore (10), p. 210a.

" " Farm, Lingen (9), p. 136b; Pembridge (5), p. 163a; Wormsley (3), p. 214b.

" of Noke, Pembridge (4), p. 162b; cottages near, Pembridge (54, 55), p. 167b.

Covenhope Farm, Aymestrey (23), p. 12b.

Coverland, Leintwardine (42), p. 110a.

Cover-patens, see under Plate, Church.

Coxall Parish, see Buckton and Coxall.

" Eyton (15), p. 63a.

" Knoll Camp, Buckton and Coxall (3), p. 27b.

Coxburgh, John of, see under Bellfounders.

Coygon Camp, Carmarthenshire, p. xlv.

Cranes Lane, Leominster (79–82), p. 121b.

Crispus Cæsar, coins of, Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.

Croase Farm, Luston (29), p. 140b.

" House, Kingsland (12), p. 83b.

Croft:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Sir Herbert, 1720, and Elizabeth (Archer) his wife, 1709, floor-slab, Croft (1), p. 34b.
-, Herbert, 1700–1, floor-slab, Croft (1), p. 34b.
-, Sir Richard, 1509, and Eleanor (Cornewall) his wife, altar-tomb with effigies of, Croft (1), p. 34b.
-, Sir William, 1645, floor-slab, Croft (1), p. 34b.

Croft, pp. 33–6.

Croft Ambrey Camp, Aymestrey (30), p. 14a; defences similar to those at Ivington Camp, Leominster Out (52), p. 133b.

" Castle, Croft (2), p. 35a.

" Gate Cottage, Stoke Prior (10), p. 188b.

Croftmead, Kingsland (11), p. 83b.

Crophull, Weobley Castle in possession of family of, Weobley (2), p. 196a.

Cross Farm, Kington Rural (1), p. 95b; barns, Norton Canon (6), p. 154b; Winforton (5), p. 213b.

Cross House, Leominster Out (42), p. 131a.

" Inn, see under Inns.

Crosses:
-, Churchyard, Standing, Wayside, etc. (mostly portions only):
-,-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxv.
-,-, 14th-century: Kingsland (1), p. 81b; Knill (1), p. 102a; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b; Orleton (1), p. 156b; Weobley (1), p. 195a; Wigmore (1), p. 205a.
-,-, Late 14th or early 15th-century: Brilley (1), p. 23b; Fownhope (Addenda), p. 228; Kington (1), p. 90b.
-,-, 15th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10a; Eardisley (1), p. 52a.
-,-, Mediæval: Almeley (1), p. 5b; Docklow (1), p. 43b; King's Pyon (2), p. 87b; Pembridge (8) (base only), p. 163b; Wormsley (1), p. 214b.
-,-, Undated: Ganarew (Addenda), p. 227; Winforton (2), p. 213a.
-, Consecration:
-,-, Brampton Bryan (1), p. 19b; Kinsham (1) (altar), p. 100b; Leominster (1), p. 113b; Wigmore (1) (altar), p. 205a.
-, Gable:
-,-, 14th-century: Sarnesfield (1) (?), p. 178b; Winforton (1), p. 212b.
-,-, 15th-century: Winforton (1), p. 212b.
-,-, 16th-century: Whitney (1), p. 203b.
-,-, Mediæval: Kinnersley (1), p. 97a; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b.
-,-, 17th-century oak terminal to mediæval cross: Almeley (1), p. 5b.

Crossway Farm, Brilley (14), p. 24b.

Crossways Cottage, Hope-under-Dinmore (5), p. 71a.

Crowards Mill, Eyton (16), p. 63a.

Crown Inn, see under Inns.

Crucifixes, stone mould for casting, Leominster (5), p. 116a.

Crucifixion, The, see under Christ.

Crump:
-, Jenkin, 1705, and Elizabeth his wife, 1707, floor-slab, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.
-, Richard, 1701, headstone, Orleton (1), p. 157a.

Crumps Oak, Pembridge (88), p. 169a.

Cups, see under Plate, Church.

Curl Brook, Offa's Dyke in neighbourhood of, pp. xxvii, xxx.

Cusop, Addenda, p. 227.

Cuthbert, Bishop of Hereford, p. lvi n.

Cuthwulf, Bishop of Hereford, p. lv.

Cutler:
-, Thomas, 170., floor-slab, Kingsland (1), p. 82a.
-, Thomas, 1713, monument to, erected by Frances (Pierrepont), his widow, Kingsland (1), p. 82a.

Cwmma Farm, Brilley (3), p. 23b; tump at, Brilley (2), p. 23b.

Cyfeiliog, Bishop of Llandaff, captured by Danes, p. lviii; ransomed by King Edward the Elder, p. lviii.

Damian, St., buildings dedicated to, see St. Cosmas and, under Dedications.

Dankes, Richard, of Worcester, see under Bellfounders.

Dansey, Roger, 1658, floor-slab, Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b.

Davenant, Alice, see Sherborne.

Davis:
-, John, 1708–9, James, 1708–9, and Ann, 1715, children of James Davis, monument, Byford (1), p. 31a.
-, John (?), 1709, floor-slab, Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b.

Day House Farm, Kingsland (66), p. 86a.

Dedications of Churches and Chapels:
-, All Saints: Eyton (1), p. 61b; Kinsham (1), p. 100b; Monkland (1), p. 150a.
-, St. Alkmund, see St. John the Baptist and, below.
-, St. Andrew: Aymestrey (2), p. 11a; Bridge Sellers (1), p. 21b; Laysters (1), p. 103a.
-, St. Barnabas: Brampton Bryan (1), p. 19a.
-, St. Bartholomew: Docklow (1), p. 43a; Richard's Castle (1), p. 170b.
-, St. Cosmas and St. Damian: Stretford (1), p. 189a.
-, St. George: Burrington (1), p. 29a; Orleton (1), p. 155b.
-, St. Giles: Aston (1), p. 8b; Downton on the Rock (1), p. 44b; Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144a.
-, St. James: Adforton (1) (Wigmore Abbey Church), p. 1a; Kimbolton (1), p. 77a; Kinnersley (1), p. 96b; Wigmore (1), p. 204a.
-, St. John the Baptist: Byford (1), p. 30a; Letton (1), p. 133b; Yazor (1), p. 217a.
-, St. John the Baptist and St. Alkmund: Aymestrey (1), p. 9b.
-, St. John the Evangelist: Shobdon (1), p. 179a.
-, St. Julian, early church at Shobdon, pp. lxiii, 179a.
-, St. Lawrence: Bishopstone (2), p. 17a.
-, St. Leonard: Hatfield (1), p. 64a; Yarpole (1), p. 215a.
-, St. Luke: Stoke Prior (2), p. 187b.
-, St. Mary: Almeley (1), p. 4b; Brilley (1), p. 23a; Byton (1), p. 32b; Dilwyn (1), p. 36a; Eardisland (1), p. 45b; Elton (1), p. 56b; Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 67b; Humber (1), p. 72a; King's Pyon (1), p. 86b; Kington (1), p. 89a; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 147b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 151b; Pembridge (1), p. 159b; Sarnesfield (1), p. 177b; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 185b; Wormsley (1), p. 214a; Yazor (new church), p. 217b.
-, St. Mary Magdalene: Brobury (1), p. 26b; Eardisley (1), p. 50b; Hereford, Little, p. 65b; Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 104b; Leintwardine (2), p. 106b; Willersley (1), p. 211a.
-, St. Michael: Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Croft (1), p. 33b; Kingsland (1), p. 80a; Knill (1), p. 101b; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 145b; Winforton (1), p. 212b.
-, St. Michael and All Angels: Lyonshall (1), p. 140b.
-, St. Nicholas: Norton Canon (1), p. 153b.
-, St. Peter: Birley (1), p. 15b; Lucton (1), p. 137b; Pudleston (1), p. 169b; Stretford (1), p. 189a; Titley (1), p. 190b.
-, SS. Peter and Paul: Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 58a; Leominster (1), p. 111a; Weobley (1), p. 192b; Whitney (1), p. 203a.
-, St. Thomas of Canterbury: Huntington (1), p. 74b; Leominster (3) (Forbury Chapel), p. 115a.
-, Unknown: Eardisley (2), p. 52b; Ford (1), p. 63a.

Deerfold Forest, chapel in, p. 209a.

Delabere:
-, Arms, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Sir John, c. 1340–50, and Agnes (Turberville) his wife, effigies possibly of, Stretford (1), p. 190a.
-, Robert, c. 1320–30, and Margaret (Gamage) his wife, effigies possibly of, Stretford (1), p. 190a.

Delamere, earthworks surrounding site of house of family of, Hereford, Little (2), p. 66b.

Desks, see under Furniture.

Deverell, William, 1704, and Margaret, daughter of Thomas Holland, 1714–5, floor-slab, Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b.

Devereux:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Lyonshall Castle in possession of family of, p. 142a; Weobley Castle in possession of family of (2), p. 196a.
-, Sir William, 1402, effigy, ascribed to, Weobley (1), p. 195a.

Devizes (Wilts), Norman village plan, p. lxiii.

Devon Cottage, Stoke Prior (7), p. 188b.

Dewsall, Addenda, p. 227.

Dilwyn, pp. 36–43.

Dingle Cottage, Kington Rural (18), p. 95b.

Dishley Court, barns at, Leominster Out (15), p. 130a.

" Street, Leominster (165), p. 126a.

Dives and Lazarus, panel with figures of, Leominster (1), p. 113b.

Dobuni, occupation of Herefordshire by, p. xlvi.

Docklow, pp. 43–4.

Dog, The, Kingsland (45), p. 85a.

Dogkennel, Hereford, Little (14), p. 67b.

Donnington, Addenda, p. 228; possible Roman kiln at, p. liv.

Doors:
-, In Churches:
-,-, Late 12th or early 13th-century: Letton (1), p. 134b.
-,-, 14th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Leinthall Starkes (1) (head only), p. 105a; Pembridge (1), p. 161b.
-,-, Mediæval: Eardisland (1), p. 46b; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Kington (1), p. 90b; Yarpole (1), p. 215b.
-,-, 17th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Kingsland (1), p. 81b; Kinnersley (1), p. 97b; Kinsham (1), p. 101a; Letton (1), p. 134b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a; Norton Canon (1), p. 154a; Orleton (1), p. 156b; Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Weobley (1), p. 195a; Wigmore (1), p. 205a; Willersley (1), p. 211b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Leominster (1), p. 113b; Weobley (1), p. 195a.

Dormington, Ethelbert's Camp, p. xliii.

Dorstone Castle, p. lxiii.

Dove-cotes and Pigeon-houses:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv.
-, Mediæval: Kimbolton (3), p. 78a; Richard's Castle (5), p. 174a.
-, 17th-century: Byford (2), p. 32a; Dilwyn (4), p. 40a; (45), p. 42b; (60), p. 43a; Eardisland (3), p. 47a; Leominster Out (26), p. 131a; Middleton on the Hill (2), p. 149a; Stoke Prior (14), p. 188b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Eardisland (5), p. 48a; Kimbolton (18), p. 79a; Yazor (2), p. 218a.
-, Early 18th-century: Eardisley (4), p. 53a; King's Pyon (6), p. 88b; Shobdon (2), p. 180b.

Doves, carving of, at Brinsop and at Shobdon, pp. lxiv, 179b.

Downway, Eardisland (46), p. 50a.

Downes, John, 1687, monument, Lingen (1), p. 136a.

Downton on the Rock, pp. 44–5.

" Camp, Downton on the Rock (4), p. 45b.

Downwood, cottage at, Shobdon (10), p. 181b.

Dowsing, Joane (Parker), wife of Thomas Dowsing, see Chamberlain.

Drapers' Lane, Leominster (104–10), p. 123a.

Drybridge House, Kingland (65), p. 86a.

Ducking-stool, 17th-century, Leominster (1), p. 114a.

Duke's Arms, see under Inns.

Duke Street, Kington, (27–30), p. 92b.

Dukes, The, Eardisley (35), p. 55b.

Dunfield, Harpton, Lower, (1), p. 63b; Kington Rural (31), p. 96b.

Dunsaete, occupation of land near river Wye by, p. lviii.

Dunwood Farm, Dilwyn (31), p. 42a.

Duppa:
-, Anne, widow of Thomas (?) Duppa (?), 1710, floor-slab, Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b.
-, Bryan, Bishop of Winchester, almshouses augmented by, Pembridge (7), p. 163b.
-, Jeffrey, almshouses founded by, Pembridge (7), p. 163b.
-, John, senior, 17th-century floor-slab, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.
-, John, junior, 17th-century floor-slab, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.

Duppa's Almshouses, Pembridge (7), p. 163b.

Durhampton Farm, Hatfield (3), p. 65a.

Dutton House, Leominster (168), p. 126b.

Dymock (Gloucestershire), Roman road from Stretton Grandison to, p. lii.

Eadric, caldorman of the Mercians, p. lv.

Ealhstan, land at Staunton-on-Arrow given by King Edgar to, p. lv.

Eardisland, pp. 45–50.

Eardisley, pp. 50–6.

", Castle, Eardisley (3), p. 52b; 'domus defensabilis' referred to in Domesday, pp. lxiii, 52b; sallet said to have been found at, p. 52a.

", Park, Eardisley (4), p. 53a.

", Wootton, Eardisley (30), p. 55a.

Earthworks:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvii; The Hill Forts of Herefordshire, pp. xliii–xlvii; and Early Castles in Herefordshire, pp. lxii–lxiii.
-, Camps or Forts: Adforton (14), p. 3b; Aymcstrey (30), p. 14a; (31), p. 15a; Brilley (30), p. 25a; Buckton and Coxall (3), p. 27b; Docklow (6), p. 44a; Downton on the Rock (4), p. 45b; Humber (8), p. 74a; Kimbolton (22), p. 79b; Leominster Out (52), p. 131b; Staunton-on-Arrow (12), p. 185a.
-, Castle: Brampton Bryan (2), p. 21a; Hereford, Little (2), p. 66b; Kington (2), p. 91a; Lyonshall (2), p. 142a; Richard's Castle (2), p. 172b; Stapleton (1), p. 182b; Wcobley (2), p. 196a; Wigmore (2), pp. 205b, 208b.
-, Castle Moats: Aston (2), p. 9a; Dilwyn (2), p. 39a; Eardisland (2), p. 47a; Eardisley (3), p. 53a; Kinnersley (2), p. 99b; Leominster (4), p. 115b.
-, Disc-barrow (?): Titley (9), p. 191b.
-, Ditches and Dykes: Offa's Dyke, pp. xxvii–xxxi; Rowe Ditch, Pembridgc (100), p. 169b; Scutch Ditch, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (13), p. 177b.
-, Fishponds: Adforton (1) (Wigmore Abbey), p. 2b; Almeley (3), p. 6b; Kimbolton (3), p. 78a; Kingsland (2), p. 82b; Middleton on the Hill (2), p. 149a; Wormslcy (2), p. 214b.
-, Homestead Moats: Bishopstone (3), p. 18b; Dilwyn (3), p. 39a; Kington Rural (2), p. 95a; Kinsham (2), p. 101a; Leominster Out (1), p. 127a; (2), p. 127a; (4), p. 128b; (6), p. 129b; Mansell Lacy (2), p. 147a; Middleton on the Hill (2), p. 149a; Pembridgc (3), p. 162b; (4), p. 163a; (5), p. 163a; Richard's Castle (3), p. 172b; Sarnesfield (2), p. 178b; Shobdon (17), p. 182a; Weobley (3), p. 196a; (4), p. 196a.
-, Lynchets: Aston (5), p. 9a; Aymcstrey (33), p. 15a; Docklow (6), p. 44a; Leintwardine (52), p. 110b; (53), p. 110b; (54), p. 110b; Lingen (14), p. 137a; Stoke Prior (24), p. 189a.
-, Motte or Mount and Bailey: Almeley (3), p. 6a; (4), p. 6b; Eardisley (3), p. 52b; Huntington (2), p. 75a; (3), p. 75b; Kingsland (2), p. 82a; Kington Rural (1), p. 94b; Lingen (2), p. 136a; Richard's Castle (2), p. 172b; Stapleton (1), p. 182b.
-, Mounds: Aston (2), p. 9a; (4), p. 9a; Aymcstrey (32), p. 15a; Brampton Bryan (6), p. 21a; (7), p. 21b; Buckton and Coxall (2), p. 27b; (4), p. 29a; Combe (3), p. 33b; Downton on the Rock (5), p. 45b; Eardisland (2), p. 47a; (53), p. 50b; Huntington (15), p. 77a; (16), p. 77a; King's Pyon (14), p. 88b; Kington Rural (32), p. 96b; Kingsham (11), p. 101b; (12), p. 101b; Laysters (7), p. 104a; Lingen (13), p. 137a; Shobdon (24), p. 182a; (25), p. 182a; Staunton-on-Arrow (1), p. 183b; Walford, Letton and Newton (5), p. 192a; (6), p. 192a.
-, Park-pales: Aymcstrey (3), p. 12a; Richard's Castle (4), p. 173a.
-, Pillow-mounds: Aymestrey (30), p. 15a; Staunton-on-Arrow (12), p. 185b.
-, Ring-work: Titley (9), p. 191b.
-, Roman: Bravinium, Leintwardine (1), pp. xxxi, xlix, liii, 105b; church on part of, p. 106b.
-, Tumps: Brilley (2), p. 23b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (2), p. 59b; Pembridge (2), p. 162b.
-, Unclassified: Aymcstrey (34), p. 15b; Eardisley (69), p. 56b; (70), p. 56b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (24), p. 61a.

East Street, Pembridgc (10–24), pp. 164–5.

" ", (Watling Street), p. li.

Easter Sepulchre, 14th-century, (?) Almeley (1), p. 6a.

Eaton, barn at, Leominster Out (45), p. 131b.

", Bridge, Leominster Out (3), p. 127a.

", Hall, Leominster Out (5), p. 128b.

Ebnall, Leominster Out (20), p. 130b.

Eccles Green, cottage at, Norton Canon (25), p. 155b.

Edgar, King, p. lv.

Edvin Ralph, Addenda, p. 228.

Edward the Confessor, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Edward the Elder, King, Bishop Cyfeiliog ransomed by, p. lviii.

" IV, Wigmore Castle held by, p. 205b.

Edwards, Marabel, see Waldron.

Effigies, Monumental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvi.
-, Civil:
-,-, Men: 14th-century: Pembridge (1), pp. 161b–162a. 17th-century: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a.
-,-, Women: 14th-century: Brampton Bryan (1), p. 19b; King's Pyon (1), p. 87b; Leominster (5) (part only), p. 116a; Pembridge (1), pp. 161b–162a; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b; Stretford (1), p. 190a. 15th-century: Kington (1), p. 90b; Weobley (1), p. 195b. 16th-century: Croft (1), p. 34b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a. 17th-century: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a.
-, Military:
-,-, 13th-century: Lyonshall (1), p. 142a.
-,-, 14th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; King's Pyon (1), p. 87b; Stretford (1), p. 190a.
-,-, 15th-century: Kington (1), p. 90b; Weobley (1), p. 195a–b.
-,-, 16th-century: Croft (1), p. 34b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a–b.
-,-, 17th-century: Weobley (1), p. 195a.
-, Busts:
-,-, Civil: Men: 17th-century: Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.
-, Incised:
-,-, Civil: Women: 14th-century: Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a. 16th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b; Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a.
-,-, Military: 16th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b; Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a.
-, Inlaid:
-,-, Civil: 15th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b.
-,-, Ecclesiastical: 15th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b.

Elizabeth, Queen, arms of, see Royal Arms, under Heraldry.

Elms, The, Kingsland (32), p. 85a.

", Green, Leominster Out (28), p. 131a.

Elsdon, Lyonshall (17), p. 144a.

Elton, pp. 56–7.

", Farm, Elton (3), p. 57b.

", Hall, Elton (2), p. 57b.

Empton Farm, Kington Rural (8), p. 95a.

Enmore Field, cottage at, Yarpole (12), p. 216b.

Eormenbeorg, wife of Merewalh, p. lvi; sister of St. Ethelred, p. lxi n.

Erskin, Rachell, paten given to Burrington Church by, p. 29b.

Esdras, figure representing, Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a.

Ethelbert (or Æthelberht), King of the East Angles, beheaded by King Offa, p. lvi; burial at Hereford, pp. lvii, lxi n.

Ethelred of Kent, St., burial places of, p. lxi n.

" of Leominster, St., possible identity with St. Ethelred of Kent, p. lxi n.

Etnam Street, Leominster (126–44), pp. 124–5.

Eton College (Bucks), organ brought from, Bishopstone (2), p. 18a.

Evangelists, names of, on slip-tiles, Croft (1), p. 34b; figures probably representing, Hope-under-Dinmore (1) (font), p. 68a; see also under individual names.

Eve, see Adam.

Ewer, Sir Samson, Gatley Park probably built by, Aymestrey (3), p. nb; arms of, on lead cistern, Aymestrey (3), p. 12a; initials on fire-back, Aymestrey (3), p. 11b.

Ewyas or Ewias Harold Castle, castle of motte and bailey without ditch, p. lxii; referred to in Domesday, p. lx; refortified by William fitz Osbern, p. lx; probably built by Osbern Pentecost, p. lx; held by Alfred of Marlborough, pp. lx n., lxii.

" Lacy Castle, held by Roger de Lacy, p. lxii.

Eye, Community of Austin Canons of St. Victor of Paris at, pp. 1a, 179; Eyton Church, formerly a chapel of, p. 61b.

", Moreton and Ashton, pp. 57–61.

", Court Farm, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (4), p. 60b.

", Manor, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (3), p. 59b.

Eyton, pp. 61–3.

", Court, Eyton (2), p. 62a.

", House, Eyton (4), p. 62b.

Eywood, Titley (3), p. 190b.

", Valley, Offa's Dyke in, p. xxx.

Fairfield, Adforton (11), p. 3a.

Fallsbrook Farm, Byford (5), p. 32a.

Farm, The, Aston (3), p. 9a; Burrington (5), p. 29b.

Farmer, H., see under Bellfounders.

Fenhampton, Weobley (9), p. 197a.

Fernhall, Brilley (4), p. 24a.

Field, cottage at, Eardisley (49), p. 56a.

", The, Weobley (11), p. 197b.

Field's Place, barn near, Dilwyn (33), p. 42a; now Staunton Court, Staunton-on-Arrow (5), p. 184b.

Figsbury Rings, Wiltshire, p. xlv.

Finch, John, see under Bellfounders.

Firebacks, see under Ironwork.

Fireplaces and Overmantels:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.
-, 14th-century: Brampton Bryan (2), p. 20b.
-, c. 1500: Kington Rural (2), p. 94b; Pudleston (2), p. 170b.
-, 16th-century: Brampton Bryan (2), p. 21a; Byford (2), p. 31b; Kinnersley (2), p. 99a–b; Orleton (2), p. 157b.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Titley (4), p. 191a.
-, 17th-century: Aymestrey (3), pp. 11b, 12a; Dilwyn (60), p. 43a; Eardisland (3), p. 47a; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (3), p. 60a; Kinnersley (2), p. 99a; Knill (2), p. 102b; Leintwardine (3), p. 108b; Leominster Out (4), p. 128a; Monkland (2), p. 150b; Richard's Castle (5), p. 174a; Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (1), p. 175b; (6), p. 176b; Titley (4), p. 191a; Wigmore (6), p. 210a; Willersley (2), p. 211b.
-, c. 1700: Croft (2), p. 36a.
-, 18th-century: Aymestrey (3), p. 11b; Eardisley (4), p. 53a; Kington (Rural) (15), p. 95b; Pembridge (4), p. 163a.
-, Overmantels converted into Reredos, Kinnersley (1), p. 98; Whitney (1), p. 203b.

Fishponds, see under Earthworks.

Fitzjo[hn ?] see Fyzjohn.

FitzOsbern, of Breteuil, William, created Earl of Hereford, pp. lx, lxii; death of, p. lx; castles built and refortified by, pp. lx, lxii; castle at Wigmore built by, pp. lx, 205b; Ewyas Harold passed to Alfred of Marlborough by, p. lx n.; government of Herefordshire by, pp. lx–lxi.

FitzRichard, Osbern, Richard's Castle held by, p. 172b.

Fitzwalter, Walter, 5 th Lord, Lyonshall Castle fortified by, p. 142a.

Fitzwilliam, arms of, see under Coningsby.

Five Ashes, cottage at, Middleton on the Hill (7), p. 149b.

Flacket, Elizabeth (Benett), 1676–7, floor-slab, Ford (1), p. 63a.

Flagons, see under Plate, Church.

Fletcher, Thomas, 1665, brass erected by Winefred (Blount) his wife, Orleton (1), p. 156b.

Floor-slabs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Florence of Worcester, cited, p. lvi.

Fold, The, Combe (2), p. 33b.

Foliott, Robert, Bishop of Hereford (1174–86), Wigmore Abbey Church consecrated by, p. 1a.

Folly, The, Eardisley (53), p. 56a; Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (4), p. 176a.

Fonts:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvi.
-, Late 11th-century: Hatfield (1), p. 64b.
-, 12th-century: Birley (1), p. 16b; Brilley (1), p. 23b; Brobury (1), p. 27a; Byton (1), p. 32b; Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Eardisley (1), pp. xxxii, lxiv, 52a; Elton (1), p. 57a; Humber (1), p. 72b; Kington (1), p. 90b; Laysters (1), p. 103b; Leominster (5), p. 116a; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Orleton (1), p. 156b; Shobdon (1), pp. xxxii, lxiv, 179b; Stretford (1), p. 190a.
-, Late 12th or early 13th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Knill (1), p. 102a; Monkland (1), p. 150b; Whitney (1), p. 203b; Wormsley (1), p. 214b.
-, 13th-century: Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a; King's Pyon (1), p. 87b; Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a; Leominster (5), p. 116a; Letton (1), p. 134b; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a; Norton Canon (1), p. 154a; Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186a; Winforton (1), p. 213a; Yarpole (1), p. 215b.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a.
-, 14th-century: Burrington (1), p. 29a; Huntington (1), p. 75a; Kingsland (1), p. 81b; Leintwardine (2), p. 107b; Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b; Stoke Prior (2), p. 188a; Weobley (1), p. 195a.
-, Late 14th or early 15th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b.
-, 15th-century: Kinsham (1), p. 101a; Yazor (1), p. 218a.
-, Mediæval, but undated: Croft (1), p. 34a; Docklow (1), p. 43b; Downton on the Rock (1) (base only), p. 45a; Eyton (1), p. 61b; Wigmore (1), p. 205a.
-, 17th-century: Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22a; Byford (1), p. 31a; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a.
-, Font-covers:
-,-, 17th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a; Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Winforton, (1) p. 213a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Weobley (1), p. 195a.

Forbury Chapel, Leominster (3), p. 115a.

Ford, p. 63.

", The, Middleton on the Hill (6), p. 149b.

", Abbey, Pudleston (2), p. 170a.

", Bridge, Ford (2), p. 63a.

", Cottage, Staplcton (6), p. 183a.

Forge, The, Eardisley (14), p. 54a.

Fownhope, tympanum, p. lxiv; Addenda, p. 228.

Fox, Dr. Cyril, cited, p. xlv; and Mr. D. W. Phillips, Reports on Offa's Dyke, cited p. xxvii.

Foxley, dovecote at, Yazor (2), p. 218a.

Foy, ditch in parish of, p. xxvii.

Friends' Meeting House, Almeley (2), pp. 6a, xxxiii.

Frisel, William, 1695–6, table-tomb, Kington (1), p. 90b.

Furniture:
-, See also Sectional Preface under Chairs, p. xxxv.
-, Boxes:
-,-, 17th-century: Kinsham (1), p. 101a.
-, Chairs:
-,-, 17th-century: Aston (1), p. 9b; Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Eardisland (1), p. 46b; Elton (1), p. 57a; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Kington (1), p. 90b; Kinnersley (1), p. 97b; Letton (1), p. 134b; Lucton (1), p. 137b.
-,-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Leominster (1), p. 113b; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186a.
-, Chests:
-,-, 13th-century: Orleton (1), p. 156b.
-,-, Mediæval: Pudleston (1), p. 170a.
-,-, 16th-century: Burrington (1), p. 29a; Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Weobley (1), p. 195a.
-,-, 17th-century: Docklow (1), p. 43b; Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Kingsland (1), p. 81b; Leintwardine (2), p. 107b; Lucton (1), p. 137b; Monnington-on-Wye, (1) p. 152a; Shobdon (1), p. 179b; Stretford (1), p. 190a; Yarpole (1), p. 215b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Stoke Prior (2), p. 187b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a; Leominster (1), p. 113b; Norton Canon (1), p. 154a.
-, Cupboards:
-,-, 17th-century: Almeley (6), p. 7a; Wigmore (1), p. 205a.
-, Desks:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Kinsham (1), p. 101a.
-,-, Modern, but incorporating 17th-century material: Elton (1), p.; Pembridge (1), p. 161b.
-, Foot-stools:
-,-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Kinnersley (1), p. 98a.
-, Tables:
-,-, 17th-century: Brilley (1), p. 23b; Byford (1), p. 31b; Humber (1), p. 72b; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Leintwardine (2), p. 108a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b.

Fyzjo[hn ?], Emund, late 13th or early 14th-century floor-slab, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.

Gabriel, St., bells dedicated to, p. xxxv; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Stoke Prior (2), p. 187b; representation of, Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a.

Gaer Fawr, Usk, p. xliii.

Galleries (in Churches and Chapels):
-, 17th-century: Almeley (2), p. 6a.
-, Early 18th-century: Croft (1), p. 34a; Kinsham (1), 101a.

Gamage, Margaret, see Delabere, Robert.

Ganarew, Addenda, p. 227; Little Doward Camp, p. xlvi.

Garnons Hill, Offa's Dyke on, p. xxx.

Gate Farm, Kinnersley (11), p. 100a.

" House, Yarpole (26), p. 216b.

Gatehouse, Humber (6), p. 74a.

Gatehouses and Gateways:
-, 14th-century: Adforton (1) (Wigmore Abbey), pp. 1a, 2a; Brampton Bryan (2), p. 20b; Wigmore (2), p. 208a.
-, 15th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 68b.
-, Mediæval: Leominster Out (13), p. 130a; Yarpole (2), p. 216a.
-, 16th-century: Bishopstone (3), p. 18b.
-, 17th-century: King's Pyon (2), p. 87b.
-, Early 18th-century: Dilwyn (6), p. 40b.

Gate Lane, Leominster (176), p. 126b.

Gate-posts, Walford, Letton and Newton (3), p. 192a.

Gates:
-, See also Ironwork.
-, Wood:
-,-, 17th-century: Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a; Pembridge (1), p. 161b.

Gatley Park, Aymestrey (3), p. 11a.

Geers:
-, Elizabeth, wife of Francis Geers, 1700, floor-slab, Mansell Gamage (1), p. 145a.
-, John, 1698–9, floor-slab, Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b.
-, Sara (Colles), wife of Thomas Geers, 1672–3, monument, Hatfield (1), p. 64b.
-, Thomas, 1675, and Sarah his wife, 1693, floor-slab, Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b.
-, Thomas, sergeant-at-law, 1700, floor-slab, Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b.
-, Thomas, 1701, floor-slab, Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b.

George St., bells dedicated to, Marstow (Addenda), p. 228; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

George Inn, see under Inns.

Gethin, Ellen, see Vaughan, Thomas.

Gibbons, Bridget, wife of Richard Gibbons, 1694, floor-slab, Byford (1), p. 31a.

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

Gillmore, Robert, 1707–8, table-tomb, Kington (1), p. 90b.

Glass:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvi.
-, Figure-Subjects:
-,-, 13th-century: Ford (1), p. 63a.
-,-, 14th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Monkland (1), p. 150b; Pembridge (1) (largely modern), p. 161b; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a; Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b.
-,-, 15th-century: Weobley (1), p. 195a.
-, Foreign:
-,-, 16th-century: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a.
-,-, 17th-century: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a.
-,-, 18th-century: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a.
-, Heraldic:
-,-, 14th-century: Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b.
-,-, 15th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 70a.
-,-, 17th-century: Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, 13th-century: Norton Canon (1), p. 154b.
-,-, Late 13th or 14th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a.
-,-, 14th-century: Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Kinnersley (1), p. 97b; Monkland (1), p. 150b; Orleton (1), p. 156b; Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a.
-,-, Mediæval, but undated: Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 70a.
-, Fragments:
-,-, 14th-century: Byford (1), p. 31a; Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Eardisland (1), p. 46b; Kinsham (1), p. 101a; Leintwardine (2), p. 107b; Orleton (1), p. 156b; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a; Weobley (1), p. 195a; Wigmore (1), p. 205a.
-,-, 15th-century: Byford (1), p. 31a; Eardisland (1), p. 46b; Harpton, Lower (1), p. 63b; Leintwardine (2), p. 107b; Monkland (1), p. 150b; Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b; Weobley (1), p. 195a.
-,-, Mediæval: Leominster (171), p. 126b.
-,-, Undated: Birley (1), p. 16b.

Glastonbury, Lake Village culture, p. xlv.

Glenarrow Mill, Eardisland (26), p. 49b.

Glendower, Owen, monumental slab attributed to, Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.

God the Father, panel with carved figure representing, Leominster (1), p. 113b.

Goddic, Kinsham (8), p. 101b.

Golden Cross, see under Inns.

Gomond:
-, Arms of, Byford (2) (doorway), p. 31b.
-, John, 1684, floor-slab, Byford (1), p. 31a.
-, Mary, wife of John Gomond, 1682, floor-slab, Byford (1), p. 31a.

Good . . ., Joseph, 16. ., floor-slab, Kinnersley (1), p. 98a.

Goodere:
-, Anne, wife of Thomas Goodere, 1695, floor-slab, Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a,
-, Thomas, 1692–3, floor-slab, Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a.

Goodrich, Roman finds at, p. liii; Queen's Stone (Addenda), p. 227.

", Castle, p. lxiii.

Gorges:
-, Ferdinando, arms of, Eye Manor, p. 60a; Eye Manor built for, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (3), p. 59b.
-, Meliora (Hilliard), arms and crest of, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (3), p. 60a.

Gorsty Common, Pembridge (79), p. 168b.

" Hall, Almeley (26), p. 7b.

Gosford, cottage at, Brimfield (4), p. 26a.

Gott's Gardens, Leominster Out (38), p. 131a.

Gough, Richard, edition of Camden's Britannia cited, Brandon Camp, Adforton, p. 3b; Uphampton Camp, Docklow, p. 44a.

Grafton, Addenda, p. 227.

", House, Leominster (76), p. 121b.

Grange, house incorporating remains of Wigmore Abbey, Adforton (1), p. 1a.

", Court, Leominster (5), p. 115b.

Great Heath, Laysters (4), p. 104a.

" House, Dilwyn (6), p. 40b; Stoke Prior (14), p. 188b.

" Penlan, Huntington (10), p. 76b.

" Quebb, Eardisley (33), p. 55a.

Green or Greene, John, see under Bellfounders.

Green, The Richard's Castle (10), p. 174a.

", Farm, Brilley (12), p. 24b; Norton Canon (22), p. 155b.

", House, Almeley (9), p. 7a.

", Lane Cottage, Dilwyn (47), p. 42b.

", Park Farm, Kingsland (58), p. 85b.

Greenway, Joan, daughter of Charles Greenway, monument, Kingsland (1), p. 82a.

Grendon Bishop, Addenda, p. 228.

Greyhound Inn, see under Inns.

Griffin:
-, Anne, daughter of Richard Griffin, 1713–4, floor-slab, Orleton (1), p. 157a.
-, Richard, 1701–2, floor-slab, Orleton (1), p. 157a.

Grismond, Elizabeth, daughter of Giles Grismond, 1691–2, and Susannah his wife, floor-slab, Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b.

Grosmont Castle (Monmouthshire), oval keep, p. lxiii.

Groubb, John, 1667, headstone, Leominster (1), p. 113b.

Grove, The, Whitney (2), p. 203b.

", Farm, Kimbolton (12), p. 78b; Pembridge (57), p. 167b.

Grub Court, Pembridge (92), p. 169a.

Gruffydd ap Llewellyn, defeat and death of, p. lx; Welsh border of Herefordshire attacked by, p. lix; victory of, near Hereford, p. lx; near Leominster, p. lx.

Guest:
-, Anna, 1699, floor-slab, Winforton (1), p. 213a.
-, Benjamin, floor-slab, Winforton (1), p. 213a.

Gwent, occupied by William fitz Osbern, p. lxi.

Gwillim:
-, Edith, widow of John Gwillim, 1675, floor-slab, Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b.
-, Margaret, widow of Tamberline Gwillim, 1675, Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b.

Hackford Farm, Staunton-on-Wye (12), p. 187a.

Hackluyt, Eaton Hall in possession of family of, Leominster Out (5), p. 128b.
-, William, house at Leominster built by, p. 128b.

Hackmoor Hall, Letton (5), p. 135b.

Hadley, Isaac, see under Bellfounders.

Halfway House, Hereford, Little (7), p. 67a.

Hall's Mill, Huntington (7), p. 75b.

Hallaston Farm, Sarnesfield (5), p. 179a.

Hammond, Thomas, (?), 1683, Vicar of Dilwyn, floor-slab, Dilwyn (1), p. 38b.

Hampton, New, p. 63.

", Court, Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 68a.

", Richard, now Hampton Court, Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 68b.

", Wafer, p. 63.

Handford, John, 1678, monument, Shobdon (1), p. 178b.

Hardwick House, Eardisland (40), p. 50a.

Hare:
-, Guilbert, 1669–70, and Margaret his daughter, 1669–70, floor-slab, Brilley (1), p. 23b.
-, Jane, 1678, floor-slab, Burrington (1), p. 29b.
-, Maria, 1674, floor-slab, Burrington (1), p. 29b.

Harley:
-, Stapleton Castle in possession of family of, Stapleton (1), p. 182b.
-, Wigmore Castle bought by the family of, p. 205 b.
-, Edward, 5th Earl of Oxford, Eywood enlarged and repaired by, Titley (3), p. 190b.
-, Edward, Eywood built by, Titley (3), p. 190b.
-, Robert, Brampton Bryan Castle becomes property of, through marriage with Margaret de Brampton, p. 20a.
-, Sir Robert, Brampton Bryan Church re-built by, in 1656, p. 19a.

Harold, Earl, defeat of Welsh by, p. lx.

Harp Inn, see under Inns.

" Yard, Nos. 2 and 3, Kington (24), p. 92b.

Harper:
-, Alice, wife of Thomas Harper, 1680, monument, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.
-, Henry, 1608 (? 1687), and Elizabeth his daughter, 1708, floor-slab, Eardisley (1), p. 52a
-, Henry, 1687, brass, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.
-, Sarah (Higgins), wife of Henry Harper, 1711, floor-slab, Eardisley (2), p. 52b.

Harpton, Lower, p. 63; Offa's Dyke in parish of, p. xxx.

Harrison, Thomas, 1675, floor-slab, Almeley (1), p. 6a.

Harrowing of Hell, carving representing: Eardisley (1) (font), p. 52a; Shobdon (1) (tympanum), p. 180a.

Hatchments:
-, 17th-century: Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a.

Hatfield, pp. 63–5.

", Court, panelling and lead from Hatfield Court Farm preserved at, p. 64b.

", Court Farm, Hatfield (2), p. 64b.

Haughton, George, 1694, monument, Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a; and Jane his wife and Mary his widow, afterwards wife of Edward Baughe, 1698, floor-slab, Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a.

Haven, The, Dilwyn (35), p. 42a.

Hawk's Nest, Wormsley (5), p. 215a.

Hawkins, Margaret (Vaughan), widow of Sir John Hawkins, Grammar School founded by, Kington (3), p. 91a.

Haye Deer Park, Park Pale formerly enclosing, Richard's Castle (4), p. 173a.

" Park Farm, Richard's Castle (20), p. 174b.

" " Wood, enclosure probably Homestead Moat in, Richard's Castle (3), p. 172b.

Headbrook, Kington (41), p. 94a.

Headstones, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Heath House, Leintwardine (3), p. 108a.

" Lodge, Leintwardine (4), p. 108b.

Hector's Alley, Almeley (32), p. 8a.

Held, Kington Rural (17), p. 95b.

Helena, St., head possibly of, Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a.

Hell Moat, Sarnesfield (2), p. 178b.

" Wood, earthworks in, Huntington (3), p. 75b.

Helms, see under Armour.

Hendley, Robert, see under Bellfounders.

Hennor, Leominster Out (50), p. 131b.

Henry I, manor of Leominster granted to Reading Abbey by, Leominster (1), p. 111a.

Heraldry:
-, Arms, Shields-of- (before 1550; for blazons, see Armorial, p. 220).
-,-, Baskerville: Stretford (1) (roof), p. 190a.
-,-, Beauchamp: Croft (1) (slip-tile), p. 34b; Dilwyn (1) (slip-tiles), p. 39a; Monkland (1) (slip-tile), p. 150b.
-,-, Bruce or Breys of Brecon: Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a.
-,-, Burgh: Mansell Lacy (1) (glass), p. 146b.
-,-, Clare: Brampton Bryan (1) (slip-tile), p. 19b; Croft (1) (slip-tile), p. 34b.
-,-, Cornewall: Croft (1) (altar-tomb), p. 34b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1) (altar-tomb), p. 59a.
-,-, Croft: Aymestrey (1) (incised slab), p. 10b; Croft (1) (altar-tomb), p. 34b.
-,-, Delabere: Dilwyn (1) (coffin-lid), p. 38b; Dilwyn (1) (slip-tiles), p. 39a; Stretford (1) (effigies), p. 190a; (roof), p. 190a.
-,-, Devereux: Stretford (1) (roof), p. 190a.
-,-, France, Old: Leominster (1) (slip-tile), p. 114a.
-,-, Hereford, See of: Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a.
-,-, Lenthall: Hope-under-Dinmore (2) (glass), p. 70a.
-,-, Lingen: Aymestrey (1) (incised slab), p. 10b.
-,-, Mortimer: King's Pyon (1) (effigy), p. 87b.
-,-, Newburgh, Earl of Warwick: Croft (1) (slip-tile), p. 34b.
-,-, Paynes: Brampton Bryan (1) (slip-tile), p. 19b.
-,-, Russell: Aymestrey (1) (incised slab), p. 10b.
-,-, Talbot: Dilwyn (1) (monument), p. 38b.
-,-, Vaughan of Wigmore: Lucton (2), p. 138a.
-,-, Vere: (?) Croft (1) (slip-tile), p. 34b.
-, Royal Arms:
-,-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.
-,-, Edward the Confessor (azure a cross paty between five martlets or): Croft (1) (slip-tile), p. 34b.
-,-, England and France, c. 1405–1603 (azure three fleurs-de-lis or for France quartering gules three leopards or for England): Sovereign not identified: Croft (1) (slip-tile), p. 34b.
-,-, Elizabeth: Elton (1), p. 57a; Staunton-on-Wye (1) (painting not now visible), p. 186b.
-,-, Stuart, 1603–1707 (quarterly: 1 and 4, France quartering England; 2, or a lion within a double-tressure flowered and counter-flowered gules for Scotland; 3, azure a harp or stringed argent for Ireland):
-,-, Sovereign not identified: Leominster (5), p. 116a.
-,-, Charles II: Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.

Hercules and the Hydra, represented in plaster ceiling, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (3), p. 60a.

Hereford, coins minted at, p. lix; pre-Conquest fortification of, p. lx; refortification by Earl Harold of, p. lx; victory of Gruflydd ap Llewellyn near, p. lx.
-, All Saints' Church, wall-painting, Addenda, p. 227.
-, Bishop's Palace, chapel, p. lxiv; hall, p. lxvi.
-, Black Lion Inn, wall-paintings, Addenda, p. 227.
-, Castle, probably built by Earl Ralf, under Edward the Confessor, p. lx.
-, Cathedral, architecture of, p. lxiv.
-, Commercial Street, house in, Addenda, p. 228.
-, Monastery of St. Guthlac, estate of, p. lxi.
-, Museum, Communion Cup from Avenbury in, Addenda, p. 228.
-, Row Ditches, p. xxvii.
-, See of, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial. Early history of, p. lv; estate of bishops and canons, p. lxi.
-, Town Hall (destroyed), p. lxvi.

Hereford, Little, pp. 65–7.

", Street, Weobley (46–50), p. 202.

", William, Earl of, see FitzOsbern.

Herefordshire Beacon, p. xliii; pottery from, pp. xlvi, xlvii.

Hergest Court, Kington Rural (2), p. 94b.

Herrock Hill, Offa's Dyke at, p. xxx.

Hibbyns, Joyce (Barneby), wife of JohnHibbyns, 1614, monument, Kimbolton (1), p. 78a.

Higgins or Higins:
-, Andrew, 1704–5, floor-slab, Willersley (1), p. 211b.
-, Dorothy, daughter of John Higins, 16.., floor-slab, Pembridge (1), p. 162a.
-, Elinar, daughter of Roger Higgins, 1703, floor-slab, Willersley (1), p. 211b.
-, Elizabeth, wife of Richard Higgins, 1705–6, floor-slab, Willersley (1), p. 211b.
-, Sarah, see Harper.
-, Simon, 1708, monument, Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b.
-, Thomas, pulpit given to Winforton Church by, Winforton (1), p. 213a.

High Street, Kington (10–23), p. 92a–b; Leintwardine (8–13), p. 109b; Leominster (85–103), pp. 121–3; Weobley (38–43), PP. 201–2.

Highland, Staunton-on-Arrow (2), p. 183b.

Hill, Edward, churchwarden, name inscribed on Orleton Church, p. 156a.

Hill, The, King's Pyon (8), p. 88b; outbuilding at, Eyton (6), p. 62b.

", Forts of Herefordshire, pp. xliii–xlvii.

", Gate, Brilley (15), p. 24b.

", Top, outbuildings at, Dilwyn (34), p. 42a.

Hillhampton Farm, Shobdon (9), p. 181b.

Hilliard:
-, Arms of, Eye Manor, p. 60a.
-, Meliora, see Gorges.

Hills, The, Middleton on the Hill (12), p. 149b.

Hindwell Brook, mound near, Combe (3), p. 33b.

Hobby Lyons, Eardisley (52), p. 56a.

Hodges:
-, James, 1653–4, Anne, 1643, William, 1676, and Grace, wife of William, 1704–5, floor-slab, Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.
-, John, 1712, floor-slab, Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.

Hole Farm, Shobdon (16), p. 182a.

Holgate Farm, Kingsland (29), p. 84b.

Holinsed, Mary, 1708–9, headstone, Kington (1), p. 90b.

Holland:
-, . . ., . . . of William Holland, 1644, floor-slab, Laysters (1), p. 103b.
-, Margaret, daughter of Thomas Holland, see under Deverell, William.

Hollies, The, Luston (17), p. 140a.

Hollywall Farm, Stoke Prior (23), p. 189a.

Holmcroft, Pembridge (50), p. 167a.

Holm Gultram (Cumberland), p. lxv.

Holme Farm, Lyonshall (15), p. 144a.

Holmecroft, Brimfield (9), p. 26b.

Holmer, Addenda, p. 228.

Holy Cross, altar in Leominster Priory dedicated to, Leominster (1), p. 111a.

Holywell, Kington Rural (26), p. 96a.

Home Farm, Yarpole (27), p. 217a.

Homestead Moats, see under Earthworks.

Honorius, coins of Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.

Hopkins, Dorothy, wife of Samuel Hopkins, 1673–4, floor-slab, Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a.

Hop Ley, Dilwyn (55), p. 43a.

" Pole Inn, see under Inns.

Hope-under-Dinmore, pp. 67–72.

Hopley's Green, house at, Almeley (16), p. 7b.

Hopwood, Thomas, 1679, monument, Pembridge (1), p. 162a.

Hords:
-, Elizabeth, 1666, and Grace, 1668, floor-slab, Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b.
-, John, c. 1700, floor-slab, Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b.

Hotel Cottage, Downton on the Rock (3), p. 45b.

Houlds, John, 1698, name inscribed on stone, Winforton (1), p. 212b.

Houses (Mediæval):
-, See also Architectural Survey of the County, Domestic Architecture, pp. lxv–lxvii, and Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, Dating from the 13th century: Eardisley (30), p. 55a.
-, Dating from the 13th or 14th century: Stapleton (3), p. 182b.
-, Dating from the 14th century: Adforton (11), p. 3a; Dilwyn (5), p. 40a; (22), p. 41b; (23), p. 41b; Docklow (5), p. 44a; Eardisland (3), p. 47a; (4), p. 47b; Eardisley (9), p. 53b; (14), p. 54a; Eyton (3), p. 62a; Hope-under-Dinmore (3), p. 70b; (4), p. 70b; Kingsland (3), p. 83a; Laysters (2), p. 103b; Leominster (76), p. 121b; Leominster Out (5), p. 128b; (17), p. 130a; Pembridge (20), p. 165a; (34), p. 166a; (35), p. 166a; (42), p. 166b; (47), p. 166b; Weobley (7), p. 196b; (14), p. 197b; (21), p. 199a; (22), p. 199b; (23), p. 199b; (32), p. 200b; (38), p. 201a; (54), p. 202b.
-, Dating from late 14th or early 15th century: Brilley (4), p. 24a; (5), p. 24a; (6), p. 24a; (28), p. 25a; Eardisland (15), p. 48b; Kington Rural (12), p. 95b; Kinsham (2), p. 101a; Leominster (13), p. 117a; (115), p. 123b; (136), p. 124b; Pembridge (10), p. 164b; (15), p. 165a; (22), p. 165b; Weobley (20), p. 199a; (42), p. 201b.
-, Dating from the 15th century: Eardisley (5), p. 53a; (29), p. 55a; Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 68a; Huntington (9), p. 76a; Kingsland (61), p. 85b; Kington (4), p. 91b; (28), p. 92b; Kington Rural (2), p. 94b; Leominster (114), P. 123b; (163), p. 126a; Lyonshall (6), p. 142b; Monkland (2), p. 150b; Weobley (15), p. 197b; (16), p. 198a; (26), p. 200a; (35), p. 200b; (36), p. 201a; (37), p. 201a; Wigmore (3), p. 208b.
-, Dating from late 15th or early 16th century: Aymestrey (29), p. 14a; Combe (1), p. 33a; Kington (31), p. 92b; Leominster (134), p. 124b; Mansell Lacy (8), p. 147a; Pudleston (2), p. 170a; Yarpole (2), p. 216a.
-, Dating from early in the 16th century: Burrington (5), p. 29b; Eyton (2), p. 62a; Hereford, Little (12), p. 67b; Hope-under-Dinmore (8), p. 71a; Kimbolton (5), p. 78a; (9), p. 78b; Kingsland (37), p. 85a; Leintwardine (10), p. 109b; Leominster (6), p. 116a; (41), p. 119b; (85), p. 121b; (99), p. 122b; (no), p. 123a; (138), p. 125a; (167), p. 126a; Leominster Out (9), p. 129b; Lingen (4), p. 136b; Luston (15), p. 139b; (22), p. 140a; Middleton on the Hill (4), p. 149b; Orleton (26), p. 159a; Pembridge (11), p. 164b; (24), p. 165b; (41), p. 166b; (48), p. 167a; Shobdon (18), p. 182a; Weobley (25), p. 200a; (40), p. 201b; Wigmore (22), p. 210b; Willersley (2), p. 211b; Winforton (4), p. 213b; Yarpole (25), p. 216b; (26), p. 216b.
-, Mediæval, but undated: Almeley (5), p. 6b; (6), p. 6b; (19), p. 7b; (42), p. 8a; Aymestrey (28), p. 14a; Brilley (7), p. 24b; (8), p. 24b; (10), p. 24b; (20), p. 24b; Byford (5), p. 32a; (6), p. 32a; Byton (2), p. 32b; Eardisley (32), p. 55a; (33), p. 55a; (62), p. 56a; Hereford, Little (8), p. 67b; Huntington (10), p. 76b; (11), p. 76b; Kingsland (16), p. 83b; (23), p. 84a; (59), p. 85b; (60), p. 85b; King's Pyon (3), p. 88a; Kington (27), p. 92b; Kington Rural (6), p. 95a; (10), p. 95b; (15), p. 95b; (29), p. 96a; Kinnersley (12), p. 100a; Knill (2), p. 102b; Leinthall Starkes (2), p. 105a; Leominster (56), p. 120b; Leominster Out (22), p. 130b; Lucton (12), p. 138b; Luston (3), p. 139b; (17), p. 140a; Lyonshall (3), p. 142b; (8), p. 142b; Mansell Lacy (5), p. 147a; Monkland (4), p. 151a; Orleton (4), p. 157b; Pembridge (12), p. 165a; (14), p. 165a; (16), p. 165a; (18), p. 165a; (28), p. 165b; (29), p. 166a; (53), p. 167a; (60), p. 167b; (89), p. 169a; (90), p. 169a; (91), p. 169a; Pudleston (4), p. 170b; Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (6), p. 176a; Shobdon (7), p. 181a; Staunton-on-Arrow (2), p. 183b; Stoke Prior (4), p. 188a; (13), p. 188b; Weobley (24), p. 199b; (27), p. 200a; (43), p. 202a; (53), p. 202b; Wigmore (11), p. 210b; (21), p. 210b; Winforton (5), p. 213b; Yarpole (8), p. 216a.

Hugh, socius of Osbern Pentecost, castle held by, p. lx.

Hughes:
-, John, S. T. P., 1648 (?), floor-slab, Kingsland (1), p. 82a Oliver, 1671, monument, Humber (1), p. 72b.

Humber pp. 72–4.

" Court, barn at, Humber (2), p. 72b.

Hundred, The, cottage at, Kimbolton (16), p. 78b.

Huntbach, W., see under Bellfounders.

Huntington, pp. 74–7.

", Castle, p. lxiii; Huntington (2), p. 75a.

Hurstley, house at, Letton (12), p. 135b.

", Court, Letton (13), p. 135b.

", Farm, Letton (14), p. 135b.

Hurstway Common, cottage at, Eardisley (46), p. 55b.

Hurstwood, Eardisley (36), p. 55b.

Hyde Field, King's Pyon (10), p. 88b.

Hyett, Charles, 1698–9, floor-slab, Almeley (1), p. 6a.

Inns:
-, Anchor: Leominster (30), p. 119a.
-, Angel: Kingsland (20), p. 84a.
-, Baker's Arms: Leominster (83), p. 121b.
-, Barrel: Leominster (88), p. 122a.
-, Boots: Orleton (5), p. 157b.
-, Buck: Almeley (21), p. 7b.
-, Chequers: Leominster (133), p. 124b.
-, Corners: Kingsland (13), p. 83b.
-, Cross: Kimbolton (10), p. 78b.
-, Crown: Dilwyn (13), p. 41a.
-, Duke's Arms: Leominster (135), p. 124b.
-, George: Lyonshall (5), p. 142b.
-, Golden Cross: Leominster (157), p. 126a.
-, Greyhound: Pembridge (11), p. 164b.
-, Harp: Leominster (41) (now The Poplands), p. 119b.
-, Hop Pole: Leominster (32), p. 119a.
-, King's Arms: Leominster (120) (now private house), p. 124a; outbuildings of, Leominster (126), p. 124a.
-, Lamb: Kington (15), p. 92a.
-, Maidenhead: Lyonshall (6), p. 142b.
-, Masons' Arms: Kinnersley (17), p. 100a.
-, New: Monkland (8) (now house), p. 151a; Pembridge (9), p. 163b; Staunton-on-Wye (8), p. 187a.
-, Old Cross Keys: Leominster (14), p. 117a.
-, Old Iron Boat Inn: Leominster (129) (now house), p. 124b.
-, Queen's Head: Kington (37), p. 94a; Leominster (167), p. 126a.
-, Red Lion: Weobley (22), p. 199b.
-, Rhydspence: Brilley (24), p. 25a.
-, Royal Oak: Kington (6), p. 91b.
-, Swan: Huntington (12), p. 77a; Leintwardine (20), p. 109b.
-, Talbot: Kington (34), p. 94a; Leominster (150), p. 125b.
-, Three Horse Shoes: Kingsland (63), p. 85b; Leominster (113), p. 123b.
-, Tram: Eardisley (11), p. 54a.
-, Unicorn: Weobley (39), p. 201b.
-, White Hart: Leominster (147), p. 125b.
-, White Horse: Kington (13), p. 92a.
-, White Lion: Kington (7), p. 92a; Leominster (138), p. 125a.
-, White Swan: Eardisland (14), p. 48b.
-, Yew Tree: Pembridge (80), p. 168b.

Irchenefeld, see Arkenefeld.

Ironwork:
-, See also Chests under Furniture, and Doors.
-, Balustrades:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 70a.
-, Brackets for funeral achievements:
-,-, 17th-century: Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a.
-, Firebacks:
-,-, 17th-century: Aymestrey (3), p. 11b; Middleton on the Hill (2), p. 149a; Orleton (7), p. 158a; Richard's Castle (20), p. 174b; Weobley (33), p. 200b; Yarpole (8), p. 216a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Aymestrey (26), p. 14a; Leintwardine (3), p. 108b.
-, Gates:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Dilwyn (6), p. 40b.
-, Grates:
-,-, Mediæval: Kinsham (1), p. 100b.
-, Handles:
-,-, 17th-century: Hereford, Little (4), p. 67a.
-, Hinges:
-,-, Late 12th or early 13th-century: Letton (1), p. 134b.
-,-, 13th-century: Byford (1), p. 31a; Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Kimbolton (1), p. 78a.
-,-, 14th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Pembridge (1), p. 161b.
-,-, 16th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a; Letton (2), p. 135a.
-,-, 17th-century: Leinthall Starkes (6), p. 105b; Leominster (46), p. 120a; (133), p. 124b; (137), p. 125a; (140), p. 125a; Leominster Out (4), p. 127b; Lucton (9), p. 138b; Pembridge (1), p. 161b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Leominster (9), p. 117a.
-,-, Undated: Leominster Out (11), p. 130a.
-, Scutcheons:
-,-, 14th-century: Pembridge (1), p. 161b.
-,-, 17th-century: Hereford, Little (4), p. 67a.
-, Weather-vanes:
-,-, 17th-century: Eye, Moreton and Ashton (14), p. 61a; Leominster (5), p. 116a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Eardisland (5), p. 48a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Eardisley (4), p. 53a; Leominster (3), p. 115a; Lucton (2), p. 138a; Shobdon (2), p. 180b; Wigmore (1), 205b.
-,-, Undated: Dilwyn (6), p. 40b; Kimbolton (3), p. 78a; Winforton (1), p. 213a.

Island House, Kington (39), p. 94a.

Ivington Bury, Gatehouse. Leominster Out (13), p. 130a.

" Camp, Leominster Out (52), p. 131b.

" Court, Leominster Out (10), p. 129b.

" Park, Leominster Out (39), p. 131a.

Ivy Cottage, Luston (22), p. 140a; Weobley (10), p. 197b.

James, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figure probably representing, Leintwardine (2), p. 108a.

James, Thomas, 1613, floor-slab, Huntington (1), p. 75a.

Jay, Ann (Caswall), widow of Ethelbert Jay, 1664, monument, Kimbolton (1), p. 78a.

John the Baptist, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing: Bishopstone (2) (glass), p. 18a; Hope-under-Dinmore (1) (font), p. 68a.

" the Evangelist, St., bells dedicated to: p. xxxv; Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152a; Pudleston (1), p. 170a; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing, Aston (1), p. 8b; Leintwardine (2), p. 108a.

Johnes, Mr., Croft Castle, formerly owned by, p. 35a.

Jones:
-, Frances, see Coningsby, Thomas.
-, Henry, 1706–7, floor-slab, Norton Canon (1), p. 154a.
-, Mary, wife of Henry Jones, 1698–9, floor-slab, Norton Canon (1), p. 154a.

Julian, St., timber chapel formerly on site of Shobdon Church, dedicated to, pp. lxiii, 179a.

Juniper Hill, Lynchets near, Aston (5), p. 9a.

Justice, figure of, Bishopstone (2) (pulpit), p. 18b.

Karver:
-, Elizabeth, 1673, floor-slab, Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a–b.
-, Elizabeth, wife of John Karver, 1691, floor-slab, Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b.
-, John, 1705–6, floor-slab, Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b.

Kenchester (Magna), Addenda, p. 228; British coins found at, p. xlvi; milestone of Numerian found at, p. xlvi; remains of Roman town, p. liii; Roman roads at, pp. li, lii; Watling Street in neighbourhood of, p. lii.

Kennel Wood, Offa's Dyke in, p. xxx.

Ketilby, Joyce, see Berinton, John.

Kilkington Farm, Staunton-on-Wye (3), p. 186b.

Kilpeck, Addenda, p. 228; relation of church and castle, p. lxiii; village enclosure at, p. lxiii; castle, polygonal keep, p. lxiii; church, carved decoration, pp. xxxii, Ixiv, 112b.

Kimbolton, pp. 77–9.

King, Ann (Wight), wife of Richard King, 1714, floor-slab, Kinnersley (1), p. 98a.

King's Arms, see under Inns.

Kingsland, pp. 80–6.

" Castle, Kingsland (2), p. 82a.

King's Pyon, pp. 86–8; house partly in Birley parish, Birley (5), p. 16b.

Kingston, Amy, widow of Charles Kingstone, 1680, Mansell Gamage (1), pp. 144b–5a.

Kington, pp. 88–94.

" Castle, Kington (2), p. 91a.

" Rural, pp. 94–6; Offa's Dyke in, p. xxx.

Kinley Farm, Letton (8), p. 135b.

Kinnersley, pp. 96–100.

" Castle, Kinnersley (2), p. 98b.

Kinsham, pp. 100–1; alien priory at, p. xxxiii.

Kintley Farm, Brilley (5), p. 24a.

Kinton, cottage at, Leintwardine (36), p. 110a.

" Farm, Leintwardine (40), p. 110a.

Kirkham, Barbara, see Rodd, Richard.

Kirwood or Kyrwood:
-, Isabell, wife of John Kirwood, 1693, monument, Staunton-onWye (1), p. 186b.
-, Isabel, 1695, floor-slab, Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b.
-, John, 1704, floor-slab, Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b.

Knapp, The, Kingsland (72), p. 86a.

" Farm, Bridge Sollers (2), p. 22b.

" House, Eardisland (15), p. 48b.

Knight:
-, Richard, 1645–6, floor-slab, Burrington (1), p. 29b.
-, Robert and Sarah, children of Richard Knight, 1714, floor-slab, Burrington (1), p. 29a.

Knill, pp. 101–2; Offa's Dyke in parish of, pp. xxx, lvii.

" Court, Knill (2), p. 102b.

" Farm (3), p. 102b.

Knoake's Court, Leominster Out (7), p. 129b.

Lacy or Laci:
-, Lyonshall Castle in possession of family of, p. 142a; Weobley Castle in possession of family of, Weobley (2), p. 196a.
-, Roger de, Ewyas Lacy held by, p. lxii; Holme Lacy granted to, p. lxi; Ponthendre Castle probably built by, p. lxii; rise of family of, p. lxi.

Lady Arbour Farm, Eardisley (59), p. 56a.

" Hawkins' Grammar School, Kington (3), p. 91a.

" Meadow, Yarpole (32), p. 217a.

Lamb Inn, see under Inns.

Lane Farm, Brilley (13), p. 24b.

Laundry Cottage, Almeley (43), p. 8a.

Laurence, Humphrey, churchwarden, name inscribed on stone, Leominster (1), p. 112b.

Lawrence, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Lawton Hall, Kingsland (36), p. 85a.

Laysters, pp. 103–4.

Lazarus and Dives, panel with carved figures of, Leominster (1), p. 113b.

Lea, The, Kimbolton (17), p. 78b.

Leadwork:
-, Cisterns:
-,-, 17th-century: Aymestrey (3), p. 12a.
-, Rainwater Heads:
-,-, 17th-century: Leominster (1), p. 114a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 68b; Leominster (1), p. 114a.

Lecterns:
-, 17th-century: Kinnersley (1), p. 97b.
-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Leintwardine (2), p. 107b; Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Wormsley (1), p. 214b.

Ledbury: Church, capitals, etc., p. lxv; Marley Hall, Roman pottery at, p. liv; Market Hall, p. lxvi.

Ledicot, Shobdon (17), p. 182a.

Lee, Rowland, Bishop of Lichfield, President of the Council of the Marches (1534–43), report on Wigmore Castle, p. 205 b.

Leen Farm, Pembridge (53), p. 167a.

Leinthall Earls, church at, Aymestrey (2), p. 11a; secular monuments at, Aymestrey (3–12), pp. 11a–12b.

" Starkes, pp. 104–5.

Leintwardine (Bravinium), pp. 105–10; Roman earthworks at, pp. xxxi, xlix; Roman site, p. liii; Roman road at, p. li.

Leland, John, cited: Croft Castle, p. 35a; Hampton Court, p. 68b; Eaton Hall, Leominster Out (5), p. 128b; Weobley Castle, p. 196a.

Lenthall:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Sir Roland, Hampton Court built by, Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 68b.

Lenthall's Bath, p. 70a.

Leominster, pp. 111–26; early Abbey of, dissolved in 1046, pp. lxi, 111; re-erected Town Hall, p. lxvi, Leominster (5), p. 115b; victory of Gruffydd ap Llewelyn near, p. lx.

" Priory Church, Leominster (1), p. 111a; architecture of, pp. xxxii, lxiv, lxv; carved decoration, p. Ixiv; excavations on site of, Leominster (1), p. nib; see also under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

" Out, pp. 127–33.

Leonard, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Letton, pp. 133–5; see also Walford, Letton and Newton.

Leviot, William, 1421, rector of Kinnersley, brass, Kinnersley (1), p. 97b.

Lewis Wych, cottage at, Lyonshall (12), p. 144a.

Ley, The, Weobley (8), p. 196b.

Leys, The, Dilwyn (56), p. 43a.

Lilwall Farm, Kington Rural (15), p. 95b.

Limebrook Cottage, Lingen (4), p. 136b.

" Mill, Lingen (5), p. 136b.

" Priory, Lingen (3), p. 136a.

Liners, Orleton (31), p. 159a.

Lingen:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Sir John, 1506, and Elizabeth (Burgh) his wife, slab with incised effigies of, Aymestrey (1), p. 10b.
-, Robert de, Limebrook Priory, perhaps founded by, p. 136a.

Lingen, pp. 136–7.

" Castle (2), pp. lxiii, 136a.

Little Brampton, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (9), p. 176b.

" Dilwyn, Dilwyn (27), p. 42a.

" Dunwood, Dilwyn (32), p. 42a.

" Hereford, pp. 65–7.

" Maidenhyde, Humber (7), p. 74a.

" Parton, Kinnersley (21), p. 100a.

" Penlan, Huntington (9), p. 76a.

" Pentre Coed, Brilley (10), p. 24b.

" Quebb, Eardisley (32), p. 55a.

" Sarnesfield, Weobley (7), p. 196b.

" Upcott, Almeley (44), p. 8a.

Llancillo, castle, p. lxiii; traces of keep, p. lxiii.

Llandaff Cathedral, eastern apse, p. lxv.

Llanhedry, Brilley (6), p. 24a.

Llanmelin, Caerwent, p. xlvi.

Lloyd:
-, James, 1693, monument to, Lyonshall (1), p. 142a.
-, Mary, daughter of Edward Lloyd, 1658, floor-slab, Pembridge (1), p. 162a.

Lockers:
-, 13th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Kington (1), p. 90b; Kinnersley (1), p. 97b.
-, 14th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b.
-, Mediæval, but undated: Birley (1), p. 16b; Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22a—b; Brobury (1), p. 27a; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a.

Lodge, The, Hope-under-Dinmore (14), p. 71a.

" Farm, Huntington (14), p. 77a; Wigmore (22), p. 210b.

" Farm Camp, Caerleon, p. xliii.

Logaston, cottage at, Kinnersley (9), p. 99b.

" Common, Almeley (35), p. 8a.

Logpool, King's Pyon (11), p. 88b.

London, St. Andrew by the Wardrobe, bells from Avenbury Church removed to, Addenda, p. 228; St. Swithin's Church, Ann Chaplin, 1684, and Mary Peers, 1696, buried at, removed to Shobdon, 1697, p. 179b.

Longtown, Addenda, p. 228.

" Castle, cylindrical keep, p. lxiii; possibility of Roman origin, p. xlix; in rectangular earthwork, p. lxiii; earlier castle at Ponthendre, p. lxii.

Losinga, Robert, Bishop of Hereford, Hereford bishops' chapel built by, p. Ixiv; Holme Lacy granted to Roger de Laci by, p. lxi.

Lowbrook, Humber (5), p. 74a.

Lowe Farm, Pembridge (60), p. 167b.

Lower Ailey Farm, Kinnersley (20), p. 100a.

" Ashton Farm, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (14), p. 60b; earthworks near, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (24), p. 61a.

" Barewood Farm, Pembridge (99), p. 169a.

" Barton, Kington Rural (30), p. 96a.

" Bridge Court, Brilley (21), p. 25a.

" Buckland, Docklow (3), p. 43a.

" Burton, cottage at, Eardisland (47), p. 50a.

" Farm, Eardisland (49), p. 50a.

" Chadnor, Dilwyn (30), p. 42a.

" Court, Kinsham (2), p. 101a.

" Farm, Byford (4), p. 32a.

" Hamnish, Kimbolton (20), p. 79b.

" Hardwick, house at, Eardisland (43), p. 50a.

Lower Harpton, p. 63.

" Haven, Dilwyn (36), p. 42b.

" Hengoed, barn at, Huntington (6), p. 75b.

" Holme Farm, Lyonshall (14), p. 144a.

" House, Huntington (13), p. 77a; Orleton (7), p. 157b; Richard's Castle (7), p. 174a; Wigmore (20), p. 210b; Willey (3), p. 212a.

" House Cottage, Leominster Out (9), p. 129b.

" Farm, Byford (6), p. 32a; Staunton-on-Wye (7), p. 187a.

" Hurst, pigeon-house, Dilwyn (45), p. 42b.

" Hyde, homestead moat, Leominster Out (1), p. 127a.

" Kimbolton Farm, Kimbolton (14), p. 78b.

" Letton, gateposts of carved stones from Wigmore Abbey at, Walford, Letton and Newton (3), p. 192a.

" Miles Hope, Middleton on the Hill (15), p. 149b.

" Mowley, Staunton-on-Arrow (9), p. 185a.

" Newton Cottage, Kinnersley (25), p. 100b.

" Farm, Kinnersley (23), p. 100b.

" Nicholson, Hatfield (7), p. 65a.

" Pedwardine, mound at, Brampton Bryan (6), p. 21a.

" Rhydimoor Farm, Eardisland (52), p. 50b.

" Shetton, Mansell Gamage (10), p. 145b.

" Upcott, Almeley (45), p. 8a

" Welson Farm, Eardisley (38), p. 55b.

" Whyle, Pudleston (3), p. 170b.

" Wootton Farm, Almeley (10), p. 7a.

Low-side windows: Aston (1), p. 8b; Kinsham (1), p. 100b.

Luce, The, Stoke Prior (21), p. 188b.

Lucton, pp. 137–8.

" Court, Lucton (3), p. 138a.

" School, Lucton (2), p. 137b.

Lucy, Frances, see Colles, John.

Lugg Bridge, Stapleton (2), p. 182b.

Luke, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; carved ox representing, Aston (1), p. 8b. See also Evangelists.

Luntley Court, Dilwyn (4), p. 39a.

" Farm, Dilwyn (53), p. 42b.

Luston, pp. 138–40.

" Court, Luston (7), p. 139b.

Lych-gate, 17th-century, Monnington-on-Wye (1), pp. xxxiii, 152b.

Lydiatts, cottage at, Luston (27), p. 140a.

Lydney, p. xlv; Roman iron-mine, p. lii.

Lye Court Farm, Aymestrey (27), p. 14a.

Lynch Lane, cottage in, Brimfield (3), p. 26a.

Lynchets, see under Earthworks.

Lyonshall, pp. 140–4; Offa's Dyke in parish of, p. xxx.

" Castle, p. lxiii; Lyonshall (2), p. 142a; traces of keep, p. lxiii.

Madley Church, p. lxv.

Magesætan, The, occupation of Herefordshire, pp. lv, lvi.

Magna, see Kenchester.

Maidenhead Inn, see under Inns.

Mahollam Cottage, Kington Rural (6), p. 95a.

Maklins, Mansell Lacy (8), p. 147b.

Malt House Cottage, Winforton (9), p. 213b.

Malthouse Farm, Kingsland (59), p. 85b.

Malvern, slip-tiles of Malvern types in Croft Church, p. 34b.

" Hills, boundary of south-western or Glastonbury culture, p. xlv.

Manor Cottages, Aymestrey (15), p. 12b.

" Farm, Aymestrey (12), p. 12b; Burrington (4), p. 29b; Hereford, Little (4), p. 67a; Monkland (2), p. 150b; Pudleston (4), p. 170b.

Manor House, Almeley (5), p. 6b; Ganarew (Addenda), p. 227; Yarpole (1), p. 216a.

Mansell Gamage, pp. 144–5 5 Offa's Dyke in parish of, p. xxx.

" Lacy, pp. 145–7.

Marbury:
-, Arms of, Weobley (1) (miscellanea), p. 195a.
-, Crest of, on effigies ascribed to Sir William Devereux, 1402, and Sir John Marbury, 1437, Weobley (1), p. 195a—b.
-, Sir John, 1437, and wife, effigies ascribed to, Weobley (1), p. 195b.

Marcle, Little, Roman road at, p. lii.

" Much, castle, p. lxiii.

Marden, Amberley Court, p. lxvi.

Margam (Glamorgan), p. lxv.

Margaret, St., bell dedicated to, Yarpole (1), pp. xxxv, 215b; figure representing, Croft (1) (altar-tomb), p. 34b.

Market or Town Halls:
-, See also Architectural Survey of the County, p. lxvi, and Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv.
-, 16th-century: Pembridge (8), p. 163b.
-, 17th-century: Leominster (5) (re-erected), p. 115b.

Marlborough, see Alfred of.

Marlow Farm, Leintwardine (5), p. 109b.

" Lodge, Leintwardine (6), p. 109b.

Marsh, The, Eyton (3), p. 62a.

" Court, Bridge Sollers, panelling from, now at Byford Court, Byford (2), p. 31b; outbuilding at, Leominster (23), p. 117b.

Marston, cottage at, Pembridge (64), p. 168a.

" Court, Pembridge (67), p. 168a.

Marstow, Addenda, p. 228.

Martin, John, see under Bellfounders.

Mary the Virgin, St., bells dedicated to, p. xxxv; Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Brobury (1), p. 27a; Kilpeck (Addenda), p. 228; Laysters (1), p. 103b; Leominster (1), p. 113b; Letton (1), p. 134b; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a; Yazor (1), p. 217b; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; And Child, figures representing: Kinnersley (1) (pulpit), p. 98a; Leintwardine (2) (misericorde), p. 108a; Representations of Incidents in the Life of: Annunciation: Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1) (altar-tomb), p. 59a; Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a; Leintwardine (2), (misericorde), p. 108a; Coronation of: Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a; Richard's Castle (1) (glass), p. 172a; And St. Michael: carving representing, Weobley (24), p. 200a.

" Magdalene, St., bell dedicated to, Letton (1), pp. xxxv, 134b; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Masons' Arms, see under Inns.

" Marks, see also pp. 222–3; Eardisland (1), p. 47a; Kington (1), pp. 90a, 91a; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Leominster (1), p. 114a; Pembridge (1), p. 162b; Weobley (1), p. 195b; Winforton (1), p. 213a.

Mathews, William, 1688, and Elizabeth (Pember) his wife, 1684, monument, Kington (1), p. 90b.

Meadow Street, Weobley (12–19), pp. 197–8.

Mearchelm, brother of Merewalh, p. lvi.

Mears Farm, Staunton-on-Wye (24), p. 187b.

Melborne, Jane, see Cornewall, Sir Richard.

Merefin, son-of Merewalh, p. lvi.

Merewalh, son of Penda, King of the Mercians and Eormenbeorg his wife, p. lvi.

Merlemond, Oliver de, church at Shobdon built by, pp. lxiii, 179a.

Merthyr Mawr, p. xlv.

Metcalf, Adrian, 1693–4, and Davenant (Sherborne) his widow, 1717, floor-slab, Pembridge (1), p. 162a.

Michael, St., bells dedicated to, Putley (Addenda), p. 228; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; carving representing St. Mary the Virgin and, Weobley (24), p. 200a; and the Dragon, Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a.

Middle Brook, Pembridge (51), p. 167a.

" Cottage, Dilwyn (37), p. 42b.

" Farm, Eardisley (39), p. 55b.

" Hill, Hope-under-Dinmore (4), p. 70b.

" Moor, Stapleton (10), p. 183a.

Middleton Farm, Middleton on the Hill (3), p. 149a.

" House, Dilwyn (22), p. 41b.

" on the Hill, pp. 147–9; E. window at Puddleston Church from, pp. 148a, 169b.

Midsummer Hill Camp, pottery from, pp. xlv, xlvii.

Mildburh, foundress of Much Wenlock Abbey, p. lvi.

Mildgyth, p. lvi.

Mildthryth, abbess of Minster, Thanet, p. lvi.

Miles Court, Leominster (144), p. 125b.

Milfrith, and Cwenburh his wife, commemorated on cross at Hereford, p. lvi.

Mill, The, Leintwardine (16), p. 109b.

" Lane, Leintwardine (15) and (16), p. 109b.

Mills:
-, 17th-century: Eyton (16), p. 63a; Mansell Gamage (7), p. 145a; Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (3), p. 176a.
-, Cider:
-,-, 17th-century: Laysters (6), p. 104a; Monkland (7), p. 151a; Richard's Castle (5), p. 174a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Brilley (20), p. 24b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Eardisley (4), p. 53a.

Mill-stones, Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a.

Mill Street, Kington (25) and (26), p. 92b; Leominster (39–41), p. 119b.

Minor Farm, Mansell Gamage (3), p. 145a.

Moats, see under Earthworks.

Moccas, Addenda, p. 228.

Monastic and Collegiate Buildings:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, Austin Canons: Wormsley (2), p. 214b; corbels and base of cross from, p. 87; carved stones from, p. 215a.
-, Austin Canons of congregation of St. Victor of Paris:
-,-, Eye, pp. 1a, 179a.
-,-, Shobdon, pp. 1a, 179a.
-,-, Wigmore Abbey, Adforton (1), pp. 1a, 179a.
-, Austin Nuns:
-,-, Limebrook Priory (3, 4), p. 136a—b.
-, Benedictine:
-,-, Kinsham, alien priory at, p. xxxiii.
-,-, Leominster Priory: Leominster (1), p. 111a; 13th-century Monastic buildings, Leominster (1), p. 114a; (2), p. 114b; (3), p. 115a; Moor Abbey, formerly a possession of, Middleton on the Hill (2), p. 148b.
-,-, Monkland, a cell of Conches, Monkland (1), p. 150a.
-,-, Titley, alien priory of (cell of Abbey of Tiron), p. xxxiii; Titley (1), p. 190b; (2), p. 190b. Cistercian: Churches still in use, p. lxv. Abbey Dore, Addenda, p. 227.

Monington:
-, Gainor, wife of John Monington, 1688–9, floor-slab, Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b.
-, Thomas, 1709, floor-slab, Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b.

Monkland, pp. 150–1.

Monk's Court, mound at, Eardisland (53), p. 50b.

Monks' Bowling Green, Aymestrey (34), p. 15b.

Monmouth Castle, founded by William fitz Osbern, p. lxi.

Monnington Court, Monnington-on-Wye, (2) p. 152b.

Monnington-on-Wye, pp. 151–3.

Monuments, Funeral:
-, See also Brasses, Monumental, Effigies, Monumental, and Sectional Preface, p. xxxvi.
-, Altar-tombs:
-,-, 14th-century: King's Pyon (1) (recessed and canopied), p. 87b; Pembridge (1), pp. 161b–162a.
-,-, 15th-century: Kington (1), p. 90b; Weobley (1), p. 195a; (recessed), p. 195 b .
-,-, 16th-century: Croft (1) (canopied), p. 34b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a; Weobley (1), p. 195b.
-, Combined Altar-tombs and Wall-monuments:
-,-, 17th-century: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a.
-, Floor-slabs:
-,-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Yazor (1), p. 218a.
-,-, 14th-century: Weobley (1), p. 195b.
-,-, 14th or 15th-century: Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b.
-,-, 15th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Weobley (1), p. 195b.
-,-, 16th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b.
-,-, Mediæval: Weobley (i), p. 195b.
-,-, 17th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b; Brilley (1), p. 23b; Byford (1), p. 31a; Byton (1), p. 32b; Croft (1), p. 34b; Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Docklow (1), p. 43b; Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a; Eardisland (1), p. 47a; Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Eyton (1), p. 61b; Ford (1), p. 63a; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Kington (1), p. 90b; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Laysters (1), p. 103b; Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a; Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b; Norton Canon (1), p. 154a; Orleton (1), p. 157a; Pembridge (1), p. 162a; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b; Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b; Wigmore (1), p. 205a; Winforton (1), p. 213a; Yarpole (1), p. 215b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Winforton (1), p. 213a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b; Burrington (1), p. 29a; Croft (1), p. 34b; Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Eardisley (1), p. 52a; (2), p. 52b; Ford (1), p. 63a; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b; Huntington (1), p. 75a; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Kington (1), p. 90b; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Leintwardine (2), p. 107b; Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144b; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b; Norton Canon (1), p. 154a; Orleton (1), p. 157a; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b; Samesfield (1), p. 178b; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b; Weobley (1), p. 195b; Willersley (1), p. 211b.
-,-, Cast-iron: 17th-century: Brilley (1), p. 23b; Burrington (1), p. 29b. Undated: Humber (5), p. 74a.
-, Headstones:
-,-, 14th-century: Sarnesfield (1) (?), p. 178b.
-,-, 17th-century: Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Leintwardine (51), p. 110b; Leominster (1), p. 113b; Yazor (1), p. 218a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b; Brobury (1), p. 27a; Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Kington (1), p. 90b; Laysters (1), p. 103b; Orleton (1), p. 157a; Yazor (1), p. 218a.
-, Slabs:
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a.
-,-, 15th-century: Eardisland (1), p. 46b.
-,-, 16th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a.
-,-, 17th-century: Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Knill (1), p. 102a—b; Letton (1), p. 135a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Orleton (1), p. 157a.
-,-, Uncertain date: Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.
-, Table-tombs:
-,-, 17th-century: Kington (1), p. 90b; Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Kington (1), p. 90b; Richard's Castle (1) (slab only), p. 172b.
-, Tomb Recesses: See also Altar-tombs (recessed), above.
-, 13th-century: Kinnersley (1), p. 98a.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Letton (1), p. 135a.
-, 14th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Brobury (1), p. 27a; Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Eardisland (1), p. 47a; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Leominster (1), p. 114a; Letton (1), pp. 134b, 135a; Pudleston (1), p. 170a; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a; Stretford (1), p. 190a.
-, Undated: Brampton Bryan (1), p. 19b.
-, Wall-monuments and Tablets:
-,-, 17th-century: Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a; Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Elton (1), p. 57a; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a; Hatfield (1), p. 64b; Humber (1), p. 72b; Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Kington (1), p. 90b; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Knill (1), p. 102a; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b; Monkland (1), p. 150b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b; Pembridge (1), p. 162a; Shobdon (1), p. 179b; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b; Stoke Prior (2), p. 188a; Weobley (1), p. 195a; Whitney (1), p. 203b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Byford (1), p. 31a; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Laysters (1), p. 103b; Lucton (1), p. 137b; Monkland (1), p. 150b; Pembridge (1), p. 162a; Stoke Prior (2), p. 188a.

Moor, The, Walford, Letton and Newton (4), p. 192a.

" Abbey, Middleton on the Hill (2), p. 148b; plan of former chapel preserved at, Middleton on the Hill, p. 147b.

" House, Kingsland (6), p. 83b.

Moorcot Farm, Pembridge (81), p. 168b.

Moorhampton Farm, Yazor (3), p. 218a.

Mordiford, Addenda, p. 228.

Moreton, see Eye, Moreton and Ashton.

" Farm, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (8), p. 60b.

Mortars: Eardisley (1), p. 52b; Knill (1), p. 102b; Letton (1), p. 135a; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b; Wigmore (1), p. 205b.

Mortimer:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial. Effigy probably of member of family of, King's Pyon (1), p. 87b; Limebrook priory perhaps founded by member of family of, p. 136a; Richard's Castle held by family of, p. 172b; of Richard's Castle, Stapleton Castle in possession of family of, Stapleton (1), p. 182b.
-, Edmund, Earl of March, Wigmore Abbey reconstructed by, p. 1a.
-, Hugh, founder of Wigmore Abbey, p. 1a.
-, Ralph de, rise of family of, p. lxi; Wigmore Castle held by, p. lxii.
-, Roger, Wigmore Castle probably re-built by, p. 205 b.

Mortimer's Castle, p. lxiii.

" Cross, modern memorial to Battle of, p. 80a; cottage at, Aymestrey (21), p. 12b.

" Cross Farm, Aymestrey (22), p. 12b.

Mosaic Pavements, see under Roman Remains.

Moseley Gate, Pembridge (61), p. 167b.

Moss Hill Farm, Stretford (2), p. 190b.

Mottes, see under Earthworks.

Mould, stone, for casting a crucifix, Leominster (5), p. 116a.

Mouldings, pp. 224–6.

Munderfleld Row, fittings from Avenbury Church in Mission Church at, Addenda, p. 228.

Muses, The Nine, represented in painted panel, Richard's Castle (5), p. 174a.

Must Mill, Kingsland (61), p. 85b.

Nash, see Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton.

" Court, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (5), p. 176a.

Newburgh, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

New Cottage, King's Pyon (12), p. 88b.

Newchurch Farm, Kinnersley (8), p. 99b.

New House, outbuildings, Almeley (46), p. 8a.

" Hampton, p. 63.

" Inn, see under Inns; now house, Monkland (8), p. 151a.

" Mill, Dilwyn (26), p. 42a.

New Street, Leominster (67–9), p. 121a.

Newton, p. 153; see also Watford, Letton and Newton.

" Row, Kington Rural (22), p. 96a.

Newtown, cottage at, Leominster Out (14), p. 130a.

" Clifford, site of early castle at, p. lxii.

Niches:
-, 13th-century: Orleton (1), p. 157a.
-, 14th-century: Eardisley (1), p. 52a; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Weobley (1), p. 195b.
-, 15th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 69a.
-, Mediæval, but undated: Eardisland (1), p. 47a; Laysters (2), p. 103b; Leominster (1), p. 113b.

Nicholas, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Nine-Men's Morris, scratched design, possibly for game of, Dilwyn (1), p. 39a.

Nodehard, ealdorman, p. lviii.

Noisy Hall, Kinsham (10), p. 101b.

Noke Lane Head, cottage at, Pembridge (56), p. 167b.

Norgrave, William, 1714, monument, Monkland (1), p. 150b.

Norton Canon, pp. 153–5.

" House, Norton Canon (5), p. 154b.

" Wood, cottage at, Norton Canon (12), p. 155a.

Numerian, milestone of, found at Kenchester, pp. xlvi, liii.

Nun House, outbuilding near, Eardisland (34), p. 50a.

" Upton (formerly Nunn's Upton), Brimfield (2), p. 26a.

Nunsland Farm, Weobley (4), p. 196a.

Nutfield, cottages at, Pembridge (77, 78), p. 168b.

Oak House, Pembridge (16), p. 165a.

Oaker Farm, Eyton (9), p. 62b.

Oatcroft Farm, Titley (7), p. 191b.

Offa, King of the Mercians, Ethelbert beheaded by, p. lvi.

Offa's Dyke, pp. xxvii–xxxi, xlvii, lvii; recorded by Bishop Asser in Life of King Alfred, p. lvii.

Old Barn, The, Mansell Gamage (8), p. 145b.

" Castle Farm, Kinnersley (18), p. 100a.

Oldcastle Twt, Almeley (4), p. 6b.

Old Castleton, Clifford, site of early castle at, p. lxii.

" Cross Keys, see under Inns.

" Crow, The, Eardisley (66), p. 56b.

" " Farm, Eardisley (62), p. 56a.

" Farm, The, Leinthall Starkes (7), p. 105b.

Oldfield, Robert, see under Bellfounders.

" Farm, Aymestrey (4), p. 12a.

Old Grammar School, Weobley (50), p. 202b.

" Hall, The, Eyton (11), p. 62b.

" House, Kingsland (21), p. 84a; Kington Rural (29), p. 96a.

" House Farm, Winforton (4), p. 213b.

" Iron Boat Inn, see under Inns.

" Lodge, Leintwardine (44), p. 110b.

" Manor House, The, Eardisland (5), p. 48a; Norton Canon (18), p. 155a.

" Mill, Kinsham (7), p. 101b.

Old Rectory, Kinsham (3), p. 101a; Letton (2) (now gardener's cottage), p. 135a.

" School, Leinthall Starkes (6), p. 105 b.

" " House, Eardisland (7), p. 48b.

" Shop, Lingen (12), p. 137a.

" Steps, Pembridge (24), p. 165b.

" Tan Works, Leominster (20), p. 117b.

" Vicarage, Burrington (2), p. 29b; Lucton (6), p. 138b; Weobley (19), p. 198b.

" Workhouse: now cottages, Kimbolton (5), p. 78a; Kingsland (9), p. 83b; Leominster Out (12), p. 130a.

Orcop Castle, p. lxiii.

Organs:
-, See also Sectional Preface under Miscellanea, p. xxxviii.
-, Early 18th-century: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a.
-, Later 18th-century: Winforton, p. 212a.

Orleton, Adam de, Bishop of Hereford (1317–27), altars dedicated by, King's Pyon (1), p. 86b; Kington (1), p. 89a; Weobley (1), p. 192b.

Orleton, pp. 155–8.

" Manor, Orleton (2), p. 157a.

Osbern Pentecost, Ewyas Harold Castle possibly built by, p. lx.

Oshelm, son of Osfrith, commemorated on cross at Hereford, p. lvi n.

Over Sutton, cottage at, Staunton-on-Wye (15), p. 187a.

Ox House Farm, Shobdon (23), p. 182a.

Paintings:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.
-, In Churches:
-,-, On Plaster or Stone: 12th-century: Leominster (1), p. 113b. 13th-century: Leominster (1), p. 113b. 15th-century: Hereford (3), Addenda, p. 227. 16th-century: Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b. Mediæval: Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Pembridge (1), p. 162a. Late 16th or 17th-century: Weobley (1), p. 195b. 17th-century: Pembridge (1), p. 162a; Staunton-onWye (1), p. 186b. Late 17th or early 18th-century: Pembridge (1), p. 162a.
-,-, On Wood: 16th-century: Almeley (1), p. 5 b. c. 1700: Croft (1), p. 34b.
-, In Houses:
-,-, On Canvas or Wood: 17th-century: Adforton (9), p. 3a; Richard's Castle (5), p. 174a. Early 18th-century: Hereford, Little (3), p. 67a; Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 70a; Lucton (2), p. 138a; Middleton on the Hill (3), p. 149a.
-,-, On Plaster: 16th-century: Kington Rural (2), p. 94b; Hereford (53) (Addenda), p. 227. 17th-century: Adforton (9), p. 3a. Early 18th-century: Leominster (85), p. 121b.

Palmer, John, see under Bellfounders.

Panelling:
-, In Churches:
-,-, 15th-century: Pembridge (1), p. 162a–b.
-,-, 16th-century: Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Bridge Sollers (1) (re-used), p. 22b; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a.
-,-, 17th-century: Aymestrey (2), p. 11a; Brimfield (1) (re-used), p. 25b; Byford (1) (re-used), p. 31a; Croft (1), p. 34b; Elton (1) (re-used), p. 57a; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59b; Hatfield (1), p. 64b; Humber (1), p. 72b; Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; Knill (i), p. 102b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b; Orleton (1), p. 157a; Pembridge (1), p. 162b; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b; Whitney (1), p. 203b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Kinsham (i), p. 101a; Pembridge (1), p. 162b.
-,-, Incorporated in pews, etc.: 15th-century: Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b. Late 16th or early 17th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Bishopstonc (2), p. 18b. 17th-century: Aymestrey (2), p. 11a; Kington (1), p. 90b; Willcrsley (1), p. 211b. Early 18th-century: Croft (1), p. 34b.
-,-, Linen-fold: 16th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b; Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b.
-, In Houses:
-,-, 15th-century: Weobley (33), p. 200b.
-,-, 16th-century: Kinnersley (2), p. 99a–b; Leominster (34), p. 119a; (168), p. 126b; Orleton (2), p. 157b; Weobley (33), p. 200b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Kington Rural (2), p. 94b.
-,-, 17th-century: Aymestrey (3), p. 11b; Byford (2), p. 31b; Croft (2), p. 36a; Dilwyn (7), p. 40b; (13), p. 41a; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (3), p. 60a; Leintwardine (3), p. 108b; Leominster (6), p. 116b; Leominster Out (4), p. 128a; Orleton (2), p. 157b; Monnington-on-Wye (2), p. 153a; Pembridge (62), p. 167b; Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (1), p. 175b; (6), p. 176b; (9), p. 177a; Weobley (33), p. 200b; Willersley (2), p. 211b; Yarpole (31), p. 217a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Leintwardine (3), p. 108b; Richard's Castle (5), p. 174a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Aymestrey (3), p. 11b; Leominster (6), p. 116b; Middlcton on the Hill (3), p. 149a.
-,-, Linen-fold: 16th-century: Willersley (2), p. 211b. Undated: Leominster (143), p. 125b.

Panton, Thomas, floor-slab, Kington (1), p. 90b.

Parish Hall, Wigmore (12), p. 210b.

Park Gate, Leominster Out (40), p. 131a.

" House, Kingsland (8), p. 83b.

Park-pales, see Earthworks.

Park Stile Mill, Kington Rural (7), p. 95a.

Parker:
-, Francis, 1697, headstone, Kingsland (1), p. 82a.
-, Joane, see Chamberlain.

Parks, The, barn at, Kinnersley (6), p. 99b.

Parkstile, Lyonshall (19), p. 144a.

Parsonage Farm, Eardisley (47), p. 55b.

Parton, Eardisley (60), p. 56a.

Pary, James and John G . . . de, 17th-century floor-slab to, Brilley (1), p. 23b.

Passion, Emblems of the:
-, Eardisland (1) (on shield of tomb-recess), p. 47a; Weobley (1) (glass), p. 195a.

Patens, see under Plate, Church.

Pateshall Farm, Kimbolton (13), p. 78b.

Patty's Cross, cottage at, Leominster Out (46), p. 131b.

Paul, St., figure representing, Hope-under-Dinmore (1) (font), p. 68a; buildings dedicated to, see St. Peter and, under Dedications.

Paving, 17th-century, Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.

Paynes, arms of, before 1550, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Paytoe, Adforton (2), p. 2b.

Pear Tree Hall, Brilley (23), p. 25a.

Peckham, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, Forbury Chapel, said to have been built for, Leominster (3), p. 115a.

Peers, Mary, daughter of John Peers, see under Chaplin, Ann.

Pegasus, represented in painted panel, Richard's Castle (5), p. 174a.

Pember, Elizabeth, see Mathews, William.

Pembers Oak, cottage at, Kington Rural (13), p. 95b.

Pembridge, pp. 159–69.

" Castle (Welsh Newton), p. lxiii.

Penlan, Huntington (11), p. 76b.

Penrhos Court, Lyonshall (18), p. 144a.

Pentre Coed, Brilley (9), p. 24b.

" Farm, Brilley (19), p. 24b.

" Grove, Brilley (27), p. 25a.

" Jack, Brilley (7), p. 24b.

Pen-tŵyn Camp, Brilley (30), pp. 25a, xliii.

Perrott:
-, Francis, 1667, floor-slab, Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.
-, Katherine, wife of James Perrott, 1712, floor-slab, Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b.
-, Robert, 1667, bust of, Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.

Perrymead, Dilwyn (7), p. 40b.

Peter, St., bells dedicated to, p. xxxv; Laysters (1), p. 103b; Pudleston (1), p. 170a; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing, Hope-under-Dinmore (1) (font), p. 68a; Orleton (1) (font), p. 156b.

Peterstow, Roman finds at, p. liii.

Pewter, see under Plate, Church.

Phillips, D. W., see Fox, Dr. Cyril, and

" John, 1703–4, floor-slab, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.

Pierrepont:
-, Frances, see Cutler.
-, John, Lucton School founded by, Lucton (2), p. 137b; crest of, on clock face, Lucton (2), p. 138a; monument, 1711, Lucton (1), p. 137b; portrait of, Lucton (2), p. 138a; statue of, Lucton (2), p. 138a.

Pig Street, cottage at, Norton Canon (7), p. 154b.

Pinsley Brook, range of Leominster priory buildings built over, Leominster (2), p. 114.

Pipe and Lyde, Addenda, p. 228.

Piscinæ:
-, c. 1200: Knill (1), p. 102b.
-, 13th-century: Aymestrey (2), p. 11a; Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b; Byford (1), p. 31a; Dilwyn (1), p. 38b; Eardisley (1), p. 52b; Eye, Morton and Ashton (1), p. 59b; Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; King's Pyon (1), p. 87b; Kington (1), p. 90b; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Leominster (1), p. 113b; Letton (1), p. 135a; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a; MansellLacy (1), p. 147a; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Weobley (1), p. 195b.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Brobury (1), p. 27a; Dilwyn (1), p. 39a; Kington (1), p. 90b; Kinsham (1), p. 101a; Winforton (1), p. 213a; Yarpole (1), p. 215b.
-, 14th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Aymestrey (1), p. 10b; Birley (1), p. 16b; Bishopstone (2), p. 18a; Croft (1), p. 34b; Eardisland (1), p. 47a; Eardisley (1), p. 52b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59b; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b; Humber (1), p. 72b; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Leintwardine (2), p. 107b; Letton (1), p. 135a; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a; Orleton (1), p. 157a; Pembridge (1), p. 162b; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b; Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b; Stretford (1), p. 190a; Wigmore (1), p. 205a–b; Yarpole (1), p. 215b; Yazor (1), p. 218a.
-, 15th-century: Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Wigmore (1), p. 205b.
-, Medlæval, but undated: Leominster (5), p. 116a; Monkland (1), p. 150b; Pembridge (1), p. 162b.
-, Pillar:
-,-, 12th-century: Norton Canon (1), p. 154b; Pembridge (1), p. 162b; Stretford (1), p. 190a.

Pitch Farm, Dilwyn (24), p. 42a.

Pitfield Farm, Pembridge (63), p. 167b.

Pixley, Addenda, p. 228.

Place-names in Herefordshire, p. lvii.

Plasterwork:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii, and Ceilings.
-, 16th-century: Kinnersley (2), p. 99a–b; Weobley (8), p. 197a.
-, 17th-century: Leominster (6), p. 116b; Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (1), p. 175b; Titley (4), p. 191a; Walford, Letton and Newton (1), pp. 191b, 192a; Yarpole (6), p. 216a.

Plate, Church:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.
-, Pre-Reformation:
-,-, Chalices: 15th-century: Leominster (1), p. 114a.
-,-, Patens: 15th-century: Norton Canon (1), p. 154b. Late 15th or early 16th-century: Leominster (1), p. 114a.
-, Post-Reformation:
-,-, Alms-dishes: Early 18th-century: Titley (1), p. 190b.
-,-, Cover-patens: 16th-century: Byton (1), p. 32b; Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a; Eyton (1), p. 61b; Huntington (1), p. 75a; Kington (1), p. 91b; Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a; Leominster (1), p. 114a; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a; Orleton (1), p. 157a; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b; Stoke Prior (2), p. 188a; Stretford (1), p. 190a; Titley (1), p. 190b; Wigmore (1), p. 205b; Winforton (1), p. 213a; Wormsley (1), p. 214b. 17th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b; Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Dilwyn (1), p. 39a; Eardisley (2), p. 52b; Hatfield (1), p. 64b; Humber (1), p. 72b; Kington (1), p. 91b; Knill (1), p. 102b; Mansell Gamage (1), p. 145a; Whitney (1), p. 203b. Early 18th-century: Byford (1), p. 31b.
-,-, Cups: 16th-century: Burrington (1), p. 29b; Byton (2), p. 32b; Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a; Elton (1), p. 57a; Eyton (1), p. 61b; Hatfield (1), p. 64b; Huntington (1), p. 75a; Kington (1), p. 91a–b; Kinsham (1), p. 101a; Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a; Leominster (1), p. 114a; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a; Norton Canon (1), p. 154b; Orleton (1) (made up of several pieces), p. 157a; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b; Stoke Prior (2), p. 188a; Stretford (1), p. 190a; Titley (1), p. 190b; Weobley (1), p. 195b; Wigmore (1), p.. 205b; Winforton (1), p. 213a. 17th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Aston (1), p. 9a; Bishopstone (2), p. 18a; Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b; Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Brobury (1), p. 27a; Dilwyn (1), p. 39a; Docklow (1), p. 43b; Eardisley (2), p. 52b; Ford (1), p. 63a; Humber (1), p. 72b; Kington (1), p. 91b; Knill (1), p. 102b; Mansell Gamage (1), p. 145a; Weobley (1), p. 195b; Whitney (1), p. 203b. Early 18th-century: Byford (1), p. 31b.
-,-, Flagons: Early 18th-century: Burrington (1), p. 29b; Titley (1), p. 190b.
-,-, Patens: 17th-century: Byford (1), p. 31b. Early 18th-century: Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b; Burrington (1), p. 29b.
-,-, Porringer: 17th-century: Eyton (1), p. 61b.
-,-, Stand-patens: 17th-century: Hatfield (1), p. 64b; Leominster (1), p. 114a; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b. Early 18th-century: Kington (1), p. 91b.
-,-, Brass: Alms-dishes: 17th-century: Bishopstone (2) (Dutch), p. 18a; Leominster (1) (Dutch), p. 114a.
-,-, Pewter: Cups: Knill (1), p. 102b. Flagons: Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Elton (1), p. 57a; Huntington (1), p. 75a; Orleton (1), p. 157a. Plates: Aston (1), p. 9a; Brimfield (1), p. 25b; Eardisley (1), p. 52b; Huntington (1), p. 75a; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Orleton (1), p. 157a. Stand-patens: Elton (1), p. 57a.

Pleshey (Essex), Norman village plan, p. lxiii.

Plough, The, cottage, Leintwardine (7), p. 109b.

Police-station, Eardisley (26), p. 54b; Kingsland (27), p. 84b.

Ponthendre Castle, p. lxii.

Pool Cottage, Brimfield (12), p. 26b; Yazor (5), p. 218b.

" House, Leintwardine (43), p. 110b.

Pope, Richard's Castle held by family of, p. 172b.

Poplands, The, Leominster (41), p. 119b.

Poplars, The, Dilwyn (54), p. 43a.

Portland Street, Weobley (37), p. 201a.

Portway, Orleton (21), p. 158b.

Post Office, Hope-under-Dinmore (29), p. 71b; Kingsland (17), p. 83b; Kinnersley (17), p. 100a; Mansell Lacy (3), p. 147a; Pembridge (12), p. 165a; (95), p. 169a.

Poston Camp, Vowchurch, pottery from, pp. xlv, xlvii.

Pound Cottage, Eyton (5), p. 62b; Staunton-on-Wye (14), p. 187a.

" Farm, Kington Rural (12), p. 95b.

" House, Yarpole (31), p. 217a.

Powell, Evan, 1710, and Elizabeth his wife, 1708, floor-slab, Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b.

Powle, Thomas, carpenter, Trafford's almshouses built by, Pembridge (6), p. 163b.

Prayer-book of 1707, Wigmore (1), p. 205a.

Pre-Conquest Herefordshire, pp. lv–lxi.

Price:
-, Adam, 1683–4, floor-slab, Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a.
-, John, 1695–6, floor-slab, Norton Canon (1), p. 154a.
-, John, historical account of Leominster, 1795, cited, p. lxvi; views of Leominster Priory by, p. 114b; description of Wharton Court, cited, p. 127b.
-, Katherine, 1708, floor-slab, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.
-, Margaret, daughter of Adam Price, 1683, floor-slab, Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a.
-, Uvedale, cup given to Bishopstone Church by, p. 18a.

Prichard, Roger, Friends' Meeting House built by, Almeley (2), p. 6a; cupboard with initials of, Almeley (6), p. 7a.

Prince of Wales' Feathers, represented on plaster panel, Walford, Letton and Newton (1), p. 192a.

Priory, The, Stoke Prior (4), p. 188a.

" Cottage, Titley (1), p. 190b.

" House, The, Leominster (2), p. 114b.

Prodigal Son, The, glass panel representing, Bishopstone (2), p. 18a.

Prosser, John, and A . . ., daughter of Francis Brace, 1681, floor-slab, Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b.

Public Hall, Weobley (18), p. 198b.

Pudleston, pp. 169–70; font at Laysters said to have come from, p. 103b; E. window at Middleton on the Hill formerly at, pp. 148, 169b.

Pulpits:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.
-, 14th-century: Weobley (1) (portions only), p. 195b.
-, 16th-century: Wigmore (1), p. 205b.
-, 17th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b; (2), p. 11a; Birley (1), p. 16b; Elton (1), p. 57a; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b; Orleton (1), p. 157a; Pembridge (1), p. 162b; Stretford (1), p. 190a; Winforton (1), p. 213a; Wormsley (1), p. 214b.
-, Early 18th-century: Kinsham (1), p. 101a; Letton (1), p. 135a.
-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a; Humber (1), p. 72b; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Norton Canon (1), p. 154b; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b.
-, Sounding-Boards:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Letton (1), p. 135a.

Putley, Addenda, p. 228; Roman tiles and pottery found at, p. liv.

Putta, Bishop of Hereford, p. lv.

", Bishop of Rochester, p. lv n.

Pyon Wood Camp, Aymestrey (31), p. 15a.

Quaker Meeting House, Almeley (2), pp. 6a, xxxiii.

Quarry Farm, Kington Rural (23), p. 96a.

Queen's Head, see under Inns.

" Stone, Goodrich (Addenda), p. 227.

Rackway, The, Kington Rural (24), p. 96a.

Raddle Bank, cottage near, Middleton on the Hill (14), p. 149b.

Rainbow Street, Leominster (78), p. 121b.

Rainwater heads, see under Leadwork.

Ralf, Earl, defeated by Gruffydd ap Llewelyn, near Hereford, p. lx; Norman military colony in Herefordshire under, p. lix; Hereford Castle probably built by, pp. lix–lx.

Ralph of Maidstone, Bishop of Hereford (1234–40), dedication at Leominster priory by, Leominster (1), p. 111a.

Raphael, Archangel, representation of, with Tobias, Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a.

Rea, Thomas, 1707, and Margaret his wife, 1727, headstone, Laysters (1), p. 103b.

Read, Mary, 1685, floor-slab, Byford (1), p. 31a.

Reading, manor of Leominster granted to Benedictine Abbey of, Leominster (1), p. 111a.

Recesses:
-, See also Tomb Recesses under Monuments, Funeral.
-, 14th-century: Eardisland (1), p. 47a; Eardisley (2), p. 52b; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b; Kington (1), p. 91b; Leominster (1), p. 114a; Pembridge (1), p. 162b.
-, 15th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 70a.
-, 16th-century: Stretford (1), p. 190a.
-, Mediæval: Lyonshall (1), p. 142a; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b.
-, Altar:
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b; Letton (1), p. 135a.

Rectory, The, Bishopstone (1) (Roman house on site of), p. 17a; Kingsland (4), p. 83a.

" Cottage, Hereford, Little (12), p. 67b; Pembridge (46), p. 166b.

Red Castle, Norton Canon (21), p. 155b.

" House, Kingsland (22), p. 84a.

" Lion Inn, see under Inns.

Reed's Field, Kingsland (68), p. 86a.

Reignolds, Elizabeth, paten given to Byford Church by, p. 31b.

Reinhelm, Bishop, Hereford Cathedral begun by, p. lxiv.

Reredoses:
-, See also Sectional Preface under Miscellanea, p. xxxviii.
-, 15th-century: Leintwardine (2), p. 108a.
-, Made up of 17th and early 18th-century material: Aymestrey (2), p. 11a; Bishopstone (2), p. 18b; Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b; Norton Canon (1), p. 154b; Willersley (1), p. 211b.
-, Re-set Overmantels:
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Kinnersley (1), p. 98a. 17th-century: Whitney (1), p. 203b.

Revell (?), Thomas, coffin-lid, Dilwyn (1), p. 38b.

Rhydspence Inn, see under Inns.

Rhyse Farm, Lyonshall (13), p. 144a.

Richard, son of Scrob, Richard's Castle, probably named after, p. lx.

Richard's Castle, parish, pp. 170–4; traces of Norman village plan, pp. lxiii, 172b.

" Castle, motte and bailey without ditch, p. lxii; ruins and earthworks, Richard's Castle (2), p. 172b; probably named after Richard, son of Scrob, p. lx; identity with Auretone in Domesday, pp. lxii, 172b.

Riddings Brook, Offa's Dyke at, p. xxx.

Risbury Camp, Humber (8), pp. 74a, xliii.

Riversdale, outbuildings at, Eardisland (11), p. 48b.

Robinson:
-, C. J., on castles of Herefordshire, cited, p. 196a.
-, John, name inscribed on outbuilding at Little Brampton, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (9), p. 177a.

Roche, St., figure representing, Croft (1) (altar-tomb), p. 34b.

Rock Cottage, Richard's Castle (8), p. 174a.

Rodd, Richard, 1673, and Barbara (Kirkham) his wife, arms of, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (1), p. 175b.

Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton, pp. 175–7.

" Court, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (1), p. 175a.

Rogers, William, churchwarden, name inscribed on bier, Birley (1), p. 16a.

Roman Remains:
-, See also Roman Herefordshire, pp. xlix–liv, and Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, Buildings: Bishopstone (1), p. 17a.
-, Kilns: Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.
-, Mosaic Pavements: Bishopstone (1), pp. liv, 17a.
-, Roads: Watling Street (Iter XII), pp. xlix, li; Iter XIII, p. li; cross-country, p. lii.
-, Settlements: Stoke Prior (1) (Blackwardine), pp. liv, 187b.
-, Stations: Bravinium, Leintwardine (1), pp. xxxi, xlix, liii, 105a; church on part of, p. 106b.
-, Stones: Norton Canon (1), p. 154b.
-, Vessels: Walford, Letton and Newton (6), p. 192a.

Rood-altar, remains of, Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b.

Rood-lofts:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxviii; and under Screens.
-, 16th-century: Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a.

Roofs:
-, In Churches:
-,-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-,-, Collar-beam: Late 13th or early 14th-century: Almeley (1), p. 5b; Byford (1), p. 31a. 14th-century: Adforton (1) (Wigmore Abbey monastic buildings), p. 1b; Almeley (1), p. 5b; Downton on the Rock (1), p. 45a; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66a; Laysters (1), p. 103a; Lyonshall (1), p. 141b; Sarnesfield (1) (porch), p. 178a. Late 14th or early 15th-century: Eardisley (2), p. 52b; Willersley (1), p. 211a. 15th-century: Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a. 16th-century: Croft (1), p. 34a; Stretford (1), p. 190a. 17th-century: Laysters (1), p. 103a.
-,-, Hammer-beam: 15th-century: Wigmore (1), p. 205a. 16th-century: Leominster (3), p. 115a. 17th-century: Brampton Bryan (1), p. 19b.
-,-, King-post: 14th-century: Adforton (1) (Wigmore Abbey monastic buildings), p. 1b; Brilley (1), p. 23b; Humber (1), p. 72b; Kingsland (1), p. 81b; Kington (1), p. 90a; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a. Late 14th or early 15th-century: Eardisley (2), p. 52b. 15th-century: Brilley (1), p. 23b; Kingsland (1), p. 81b; Yarpole (1), p. 215b. 16th-century: Stretford (1), p. 189b. 17th-century: Bishopstone (2), p. 18a. Undated: Almeley (1), p. 5b.
-,-, Panelled: 15th-century: Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a; Leintwardine (2), p. 107b. 16th-century: King's Pyon (1), p. 87a.
-,-, Pent: 14th-century: Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22a; Byford (1), p. 31a; Kinnersley (1), p. 97b; Pembridge (1), p. 161b. Mediæval, but undated: Leominster (1), p. 113b; Samesfield (1), p. 178b.
-,-, Queen-post: Late 13th or early 14th-century: Byford (1), p. 31a. 14th-century: Aston (1), p. 9a. Late 16th or early 17th-century: Willersley (1), p. 211a.
-,-, Scissor-truss: 16th-century: Almeley (1), p. 5b.
-,-, Tie-beam: 14th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38a; King's Pyon (1), p. 87a; Sarnesfield (1), p. 178a; Wigmore (1), p. 205a. 15th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 38a; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (1), p. 59a; Hope-under-Dinmore (2), p. 70a. Late 15th or early 16th-century: Eyton (1), p. 61b. 16th-century: Weobley (1), p. 194b. Mediæval: Orleton (1), p. 156b; Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186a. 16th or 17th-century: Aymestrey (1) (porch), p. 10a. 17th-century: Brobury (1), p. 27a; Monnington-onWye (1), p. 152a; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172a.
-,-, Trussed-rafter: 13th or 14th century: Mansell Gamage (1), p. 144a; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b. 14th-century: Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22a; Brilley (1), p. 23b; Kington (1), p. 90a; Leintwardine (2), p. 107b; Lyonshall (1), p. 142a; Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Winforton (1), p. 213a; Yarpole (1), p. 215b. 14th or 15th-century: Eardisland (1), p. 46b. 15th-century: Kinnersley (1), p. 97b; Letton (1), p. 134b; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b. Mediæval: Dilwyn (1), p. 38a; Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b; Monkland (1), p. 150b.
-, In Houses:
-,-, See also Architectural Survey of the County, Domestic Architecture, p. lxvi, and Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-,-, Collar-beam: 14th-century: Adforton (11), p. 3b; Eardisland (3), p. 47a; Leominster (76), p. 121b; Leominster Out (5), p. 129a; Pembridge (42), p. 166b; Weobley (7), p. 196b; (21), p. 199a; (23), p. 199b; (54), p. 203a. Late 14th or early 15th-century: Brilley (4), p. 24a; (5), p. 24a; Eyton (3), p. 62b; Leominster (115), p. 123b; Pembridge (10), p. 164b; (15), p. 165a; Weobley (38), p. 201b. 15th-century: Eardisley (5), p. 53b; Leominster Out (5), p. 129a; Weobley (26), p. 200a; (37), p. 201a. Mediæval: Byton (2), p. 32b; Hereford, Little (8), p. 67b.
-,-, Crutch: 13th-century: Eardisley (30), p. 55a. 13th or 14th-century: Stapleton (3), p. 183a. 14th-century: Adforton (11), p. 3b; Dilwyn (22), p. 41b; (23), p. 41b; Docklow (5), p. 44a; Eardisley (9), p. 53b; (14), p. 54a; Hope-under-Dinmore (4), p. 71a; Leominster Out (17), p. 130a; Pembridge (20), p. 165b; (34), p. 166a; (35), p. 166a; (47), p. 167a; Weobley (14), p. 197b. 14th or 15th-century: Brilley (4), p. 24a; (6), p. 24a; (28), p. 25a; Eardisland (15), p. 48b; Kington Rural (12), p. 95b; Pembridge (22), p. 165b. 15th-century: Huntington (8), p. 75b; (9), p. 76b. Mediæval, but undated: Almeley (6), p. 7b; (42), p. 8a; Aymestrey (28), p. 14a; Brilley (10), p. 24b; Byford (5), p. 32a; Eardisley (32), p. 55a; (33), p. 55a; (62), p. 56a; Huntington (10), p. 76b; (11), p. 77a; Kingsland (59), p. 85b; (60), p. 85b; King's Pyon (3), p. 88a; Kington Rural (6), p. 95a; (10), p. 95b; (15), p. 95b; (29), p. 96a; Kinnersley (12), p. 100a; Leinthall Starkes (2), p. 105a; Leominster (56), p. 120b; Luston (17), p. 140a; Lyonshall (3), p. 142b; (8), p. 142b; Monkland (4), p. 151a; Pembridge (12), p. 165a; (14), p. 165a; (29), p. 166a; (60), p. 167b; (89), p. 169a; (90), p. 169a; (91), p. 169a; Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (2), p. 176a; (6), p. 176b; Staunton-on-Arrow (2), p. 183b; Wigmore (21), p. 210b; Winforton (5), p. 213b.
-,-, Hammer-beam: 15th-century: Monkland (2), p. 150b.
-,-, King-post: 14th-century: Hope-under-Dinmore (3), p. 70b. 14th or 15th-century: Leominster (136), p. 125a. Mediæval: Kingsland (16), p. 83b; Luston (3), p. 139b.
-,-, Spere-trusses (see also p. lxvi): 14th-century: Dilwyn (23), p. 41b; Leominster Out (5), p. 129a.
-,-, Tie-beam: 14th-century: Dilwyn (5), p. 40b; Eardisland (4), p. 48a; Kingsland (3), p. 83a; Pembridge (42), p. 166b; Weobley (7), p. 196b; (21), p. 199a. 15th-century: Eardisley (29), p. 55a; Wigmore (3), p. 209a. Early 16th-century: Luston (15), p. 139b; Middleton on the Hill (4), p. 149b; Pudleston (2), p. 170b.
-, In Barns and Outbuildings:
-,-, Crutch: 13th-century: Eardisley (30), p. 55a. 15th-century: Huntington (8), p. 75b. Mediæval: King's Pyon (3), p. 88a; (13), p. 88b; Kington Rural (10), p. 95b; Leominster Out (17), p. 130a; (21), p. 130b; Pembridge (72), p. 168a; Weobley (22), p. 199b.
-,-, Tie-beam: Mediæval: Kingsland (4), p. 83a.

Rosemary Lane, Leintwardine (17–20), p. 109b; (51), p. 110b.

Roubiliac, Louis François, 18th-century monument ascribed to, Hope-under-Dinmore (1), p. 68a.

Row Ditches, p. xxvii.

Rowdon, Mary, wife of Thomas Rowdon, 1698, floor-slab, Almeley (1), p. 6a.

Rowe Ditch, Pembridge (100), p. 169b.

Rowlands, Elizabeth, wife of John Rowlands, 1693, floor-slab, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.

Rowlstone, relation of tump and church, p. lxiii; carved decoration, pp. xxxii, lxiv; Addenda, p. 228.

Roy, General, cited, pp. 4a, 29a, 106b.

Royal Arms, see under Heraldry.

Royal Oak, see under Inns.

Rucketts, Staunton-on-Wye (10), p. 187a.

Ruddshole, Richard's Castle (13), p. 174b.

Rudhall, Abraham, see under Bellfounders.

Rufford Old Hall (Lancs.), spere-truss, p. lxvi.

Rushock Farm, Kington Rural (28), p. 96a.

" Hill, Offa's Dyke at, pp. xxvii, xxx.

Russell, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

St. Mary's Farm, Eardisley (55), p. 56a; Kingsland (23), p. 84a.

St. Oswald's, Leominster Out (24), p. 130b.

Sallys, cottage at, Kinnersley (3), p. 99b.

Salwey:
-, John, 1713, stand-patens given to Richard's Castle Church by, Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b.
-, William, 1710, floor-slab Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b.

Samson and the Lion, represented on W. doorway of Leominster Church, Leominster (1), pp. lxiv, 112b; represented on tympanum, Stretton Sugwas, pp. lxiv, 112b.

Sandford, Catherine, 1710–1, floor-slab, Staunton-on-Wye (1), p. 186b.

Sapey, Upper, Addenda, p. 228.

Sarnesfield or Samesvelde, Isabel de, 14th-century coffin-lid of, Sarnesfield (1), p. 178b.

Sarnesfield, pp. 177–9; John Abel buried at, pp. lxvi, 177a, 178b.

Say, Stapleton Castle in possession of family of, Stapleton (1), p. 182b.

Scandrett, John, 1680–1, floor-slab, Eyton (1), p. 61b.

School-house, Aymestrey (8), p. 12a; Knill (4), p. 102b.

Schoolhouses:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, 16th-century: Eardisland (7), p. 48b; Pembridge (43) (now house), p. 166b.
-, 17th-century: Kington (3), p. 91a; Knill (4), p. 102b; Leinthall Starkes (6), p. 105b; Weobley (50), p. 202b.
-, Early 18th-century: Lucton (2), p. 137b.

School Lane, Leominster (122–5), p. 124a.

Scott, G. G., restoration of Leominster Church by, Leominster (1), p. 111b.

Scratchings, see Masons' Marks.

Screens:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxviii; and Spere-trusses under Roofs.
-, 15th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 39a; Eardisland (1), p. 47a; Elton (1), p. 57a; Eyton (1), p. 61b; Weobley (1), p. 195b.
-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Leinthall Starkes (1), p. 105a.
-, 16th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Stretford (1), p. 190a.
-, 17th-century: Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.
-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Leintwardine (2), p. 108a.

Scudamore, John, Lord, Abbey Dore Church restored by, p. lxvi.

Scut Mill, Mansell Gamage (7), p. 145a.

Scutch Ditch, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (13), p. 177b.

Seating:
-, Benches, Bench-ends, Pews, etc.:
-,-, 16th-century: Huntington (1), p. 75a; Lingen (1), p. 136a; Whitney (1), p. 203b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Aymestrey (2), p. 11a.
-,-, 17th-century: Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Letton (1), p. 135a.
-,-, 18th-century: Norton Canon (1), p. 154b.
-,-, Made up of old material: Croft (1), p. 34b; Docklow (1), p. 43b; Willersley (1), p. 211b.
-, Box-pews:
-,-, 17th-century: Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b.
-, Misericordes:
-,-, 15th-century: Leintwardine (2), p. 108a.
-, Stalls:
-,-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxviii.
-,-, 15th-century: Leintwardine (2), p. 108a; Wigmore (1), p. 205b.
-,-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Kimbolton (1), p. 78a; Kinnersley (1), p. 98a.
-, Stalls or Desks, Priest's:
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Letton (1), p. 135a.

Sedilia:
-, 13th-century: Dilwyn (1), p. 39a; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, 14th-century: Eardisland (1), p. 47a; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Leintwardine (2), p. 108a; Leominster (1), p. 114a; Wigmore (1) (portion only), p. 205b.
-, Mediæval, but undated: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Monkland (1), p. 150b.

Seraphim, figures of, Weobley (1) (glass), p. 195a.

Shepard, Richard, 1630, floor-slab, Pembridge (1), p. 162a.

Sherborne:
-, Alice, see Trafford.
-, Alice (Davenant), wife of William Sherborne, 1660, monument, Pembridge (1), p. 162b.
-, Anne (Cocks), wife of Essex Sherborne, 1668–9, monument, Pembridge (1), p. 162b.
-, Davenant, see Metcalf.
-, Jane, see Breton.
-, William, 1671, monument, Pembridge (1), p. 162b.

Sheriffe, Francis, Churchwarden, name inscribed on bier, Birley (1), p. 16a.

Shetton, cottage at, Mansell Gamage (9), p. 145b.

Shirl Heath, cottage at, Kingsland (44), p. 85a.

" " Farm, Kingsland (46), p. 85a.

Shirley Farm, Aymestrey (29), p. 14a.

Shobdon, pp. 179–82; community of Austin Canons of St. Victor of Paris, at pp. ia, 179a; consecration of church, pp. lxiv, 179a; church built by Oliver de Merlemond at, pp. lxiii, 179a; carved decoration, pp. xxxii, lxiv, 179b; figures on W. doorway at Leominster Church similar to those at, Leominster (1), p. 112b.

" Court, Shobdon (2), p. 180a.

Shop House, Lucton (9), p. 138b.

Shortgrove, Brimfield (8), p. 26b.

Showers Cottage, Kingsland (54), p. 85b.

Sitha, St., figure representing, Croft (1) (altar-tomb), p. 34b.

Skinner, Ann, wife of John, 1682, floor-slab, Dilwyn (1), p. 38b.

Slabs:
-, See under Monuments, Funeral, and Incised under Effigies.

Smalman:
-, Frances, 1618, name inscribed on bell, Kinnersley (1), p. 97b.
-, Francis, 1633, Susan his second wife, 1632, Francis, Jane, Jone, William and Alose, his children, John, William and Susan Clarke, children of the first wife of Francis Smalman by her first husband, John Clarke, monument with effigies of, erected by William Smalman, Kinnersley (1), p. 98a; Kinnersley Castle in possession of, p. 98b.

Smith or Smyth:
-, Alice and Richard, c. 1700, headstone Orleton (1), p. 157a.
-, Aubry, 1702–3, Byford (1), p. 31a.
-, Father Bernard, organ formerly at Eton College built by, Bishopstone (2), p. 18a.
-, Elizabeth, 1711, headstone, Brobury (1), p. 27a.
-, Peter, 1646, monument, Kingsland (1), p. 82a.
-, Susanna, wife of Aubre[y] Smyth, 1694, floor-slab, Byford (2), p. 31a.
-, Walter, son of Thomas Smith, 1661–2, brass, Pembridge (1), p. 161b.

Smithy: Pembridge (20), p. 165a; Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (8), p. 176b; Staunton-on-Wye (16), p. 187a.

Snodhill Castle, oval keep, p. lxiii.

Sollers Dilwyn, cottage at, Dilwyn (20), p. 41b.

Sounding-boards, see under Pulpits.

South Street, Leominster (167–75), p. 126.

Spere-trusses, pp. xxxiii, lxvi. See also under Roofs.

Spies, Return from Canaan of the, represented on alms-dish, Bishopstone (2), p. 18a.

Spring Cottage, Almeley (31), p. 8a.

Squints:
-, 13th-century: Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146a.
-, 14th-century: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Eardisley (1), p. 51a.
-, Mediæval: Birley (1), p. 16a; Letton (1), p. 134a.

Stafford, Huntington Castle in possession of family of, Huntington (2), p. 75a.

Stagbatch, Leominster Out (17), p. 130a.

" House, outbuilding at, Leominster Out (19), p. 130a.

Staick Cottage, Eardisland (28), p. 49b.

" House, Eardisland (4), p. 47b.

Staircases:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxviii.
-, In Churches and Chapels:
-,-, 17th-century: Almeley (2), p. 6a.
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Kinnersley (2), p. 99b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Laysters (2), p. 103b; Leominster (48), p. 120a.
-,-, 17th-century: Almeley (6), p. 7a; Aymestrey (3), p. 11b; Brimfield (2), p. 26a; Byton (4), p. 33a; Croft (2), p. 36a; Dilwyn (4), p. 39b; Eye, Moreton and Ashton (3), p. 60a; Hereford, Little (4), p. 67a; Kington (34), p. 94a; Kington Rural (2), p. 94b; Leintwardine (3), p. 108b; Leominster (9), p. 117a; (94), p. 122a; (141), p. 125a; Leominster Out (4), 128a; Pembridge (9), p. 164a; (52), p. 167a; (62), p. 167b; (66), p. 168a; Pudleston (3), P. 170b; Richard's Castle (5), p. 174a; (12), p. 174b; Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (1), p. 175b; (9), p. 177a; Staunton-on-Arrow (3), p. 183b; Titley (4), p. 191a; Weobley (21), p. 199b; (24), p. 200a; (39), p. 201b; Wigmore (22), p. 210b; Winforton (3), p. 213b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Dilwyn (30), p. 42a; Eardisley (4), p. 53a; Kingsland (4), p. 83a; Leominster (38), p. 119a; Pembridge (4), p. 163a; (50), p. 167a.
-,-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Leominster (85), p. 121b.

Stanford Bishop, Addenda, p. 228.

Stanley Bank, Kimbolton (4), p. 78a.

Stansbatch Farm, Staunton-on-Arrow (8), p. 185a.

Stapleton, pp. 182–3.

" Castle, Stapleton (1), p. 182b.

Statues:
-, Early 18th-century: John Pierrepont, Lucton (2), p. 138a.

Staunton-on-Arrow, pp. 183–5; land given to Eahlstan by King Edgar at, p. lv.

Staunton-on-Wye, pp. 185–7; Rowe Ditch in parish of, p. 169b.

Staunton Court, formerly Field's Place, Staunton-on-Arrow (5), p. 184b.

" Old Hall, Staunton-on-Arrow (3), p. 183b.

Steps, The, King's Pyon (7), p. 88b; Kington Rural (21), p. 96a.

Steward, Robert, 1619–20, floor-slab, Burrington (1), p. 29b.

Stinton:
-, (?) James, 1703 (?), headstone, Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b. Mary, wife of James Stinton, 1695, Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b.

Stocking Farm, Lucton (12), p. 138b.

Stocklow Manor, Staunton-on-Arrow (11), p. 185a.

Stockton Terrace, Kimbolton (6), p. 78b.

Stocton, Elianor, flagon given to Burrington Church by, p. 29b.

Stoke Prior, pp. 187–9.

Stone Cot, Eardisley (45), p. 55b.

" Farm, Ford (3), p. 63a.

" or Stoney Street (Watling Street), p. li.

Stormer Hall, Lynchets near, Leintwardine (54), p. 110b.

Stoups:
-, 13th-century: Knill (1), p. 102b.
-, 14th-century: Aymestrey (1), p. 10b; Wigmore (1), p. 205b.
-, Mediæval: Byford (1), p. 31b; Eardisland (1), p. 47a; Eardisley (1), p. 52b; (2), p. 52b; Mansell Lacy (1), p. 147a; Stoke Prior (2), p. 188a.

Stowe, cottage at, Whitney (4), p. 203b.

Strangwood Farm, Pembridge (58), p. 167b.

Street Farm, Kingsland (52), p. 85b.

Stretford, pp. 189–90; Roman road at, p. li; barn at, Leominster Out (47), p. 131b.

" (near Stoke Prior), Roman road at, p. lii.

Stretton Grandison, Roman objects found at, p. liv; Roman road at, p. lii.

" Sugwas, Samson and the Lion on tympanum at, reproduced on W. doorway at Leominster Church, Leominster (1), pp. 112b, lxiv; Addenda, p. 228.

Stytches Farm, Eardisland (50), p. 50b.

Summer House, Almeley (6), p. 6b.

" " c. 1700, Middleton on the Hill (3), p. 149a.

Sundials:
-, 17th-century: Huntingdon (1), p. 75a.
-, Early 18th-century: Brilley (1), p. 23b; Hereford, Little (1), p. 66b.
-, Undated: Almeley (1), p. 6a; Brampton Bryan (1), p. 19b; Bridge Sollers (1), p. 22b; Kingsland (1), p. 82a; Richard's Castle (1), p. 172b; Wigmore (1), p. 205 b.

Sunny Bank, Brilley (22), p. 25a.

Sutton Walls, probable site of murder of King Ethelbert by King Offa, p. lvii.

Swan Inn, see under Inns.

Swanstone Court, Dilwyn (5), p. 40a.

Sydney, Sir Henry, President of the Council of the Marches (1559–86), Wigmore Castle repaired by, p. 205 b.

Tables, see Communion Tables, and also under Furniture.

Tablets, see Wall-monuments under Monuments, Funeral.

Talbot, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial. Richard's Castle held by family of, p. 172b; Wormsley Priory founded by member of family of, Wormsley (2), p. 214b.

Talbot, see under Inns.

Tan House, Almeley (20), p. 7b; Brilley (29), p. 25a; Dilwyn (16), p. 41b.

Tanhouse Farm, Shobdon (5), p. 180b.

Temple Farm, Hereford, Little (10), p. 67b.

Tetricus, coins of, Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.

Thomas, St., inscription with name of, Hope-under-Dinmore (2) (glass), p. 70a.

Thomas of Canterbury, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Three Hollies, Brilley (11), p. 24b.

" Horse Shoes Inn, see under Inns.

" Shepherds, The, Offa's Dyke at, p. xxx.

Throne, The, Weobley (46), p. 202a.

Thruxton, Addenda, p. 228.

Tibhall, Dilwyn (52), p. 42b.

Tiles, Slip:
-, 14th-century: Brampton Bryan (1), p. 19b; Croft (1), p. 34b; Dilwyn (1), p. 39a; Leominster (1), p. 114a.
-, 15th-century: Brampton Bryan (1), p. 19b; Croft (1), p. 34b.
-, Mediæval: Monkland (1), p. 150b; Wigmore (3), p. 209b.

Tipton Farm, Willey (6), p. 212a.

Tiron, alien priory of Titley a cell of Benedictine Abbey of, Titley (1), p. 190b.

Titley, p. 190–1; Offa's Dyke in parish of, p. xxx; alien priory of, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

" Court, Titley (4), p. 191a.

" Gate, Staunton-on-Arrow (10), p. 185a.

Titterstone, Salop, p. xlvi.

Tobias and Raphael, representation of, Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a.

Todeni, Ralph de, Clifford's Castle held by, p. lxii.

Tomb-recesses, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Tomkins or Tomkyns:
-, Arms of, at Monnington Court, Monnington-on-Wye (2), p. 153a.
-, Ann, see Chaplin.
-, Lucy, 1677, floor-slab, Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.
-, Uvedall and Mary (Capell) his wife, arms, Monnington-onWye (1) (stone), p. 152a; (glass), p. 152a; Monnington-on-Wye Church re-built by, p. 151b; Uvedall, 1692, and Mary his widow, 1728, floor-slab, Monnington-on-Wye (1), p. 152b.

Torhthere, Bishop of Hereford, p. lvin.

Town Farm, Middleton on the Hill (9), p. 149b.

" Halls, credited to John Abel, p. lxvi; see also Market Halls.

Townsend, Almeley (27), p. 7b; Byford (7), p. 32a.

" Farm, Pembridge (17), p. 165a; outbuildings, Dilwyn (11), p. 40b.

" House, Leominster (6), p. 116a.

Trafford:
-, Alice (Sherborne), widow of Dr. Thomas Trafford, brass, Pembridge (1), p. 161b; Trafford's almshouses completed by, Pembridge (6), p. 163a–b.
-, Dr. Thomas, 1685, monument, Pembridge (1), p. 162a; almshouses founded by, Pembridge (6), p. 163a; see also Banner, Dorothy.

Trafford's Almshouses, Pembridge (6), p. 163a.

Trajan, coins of, Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b.

Tram Inn, see under Inns.

Traunter:
-, Samuel, 1675–6, and Simeon, 1676, sons of Simon Traunter, Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b.
-, William, 1691, monument to, Mansell Lacy (1), p. 146b.

Trenewydd, Brilley (17), p. 24b.

Tretire, Roman altar re-used as font, p. liv.

Trinity, Symbol of the, on screen, Weobley (1), p. 195b.

Trippleton Farm, Lynchets near, Leintwardine (52), p. 110b.

Tudor House, Luston (1), p. 138b; Yarpole (6), p. 216a.

Tumps see under Earthworks.

Turberville, Agnes, see Delabere, Sir John.

Turn, The, Eardisley (48), p. 55b.

" Farm, Lingen (11), p. 137a.

Turnor, Rebecca, 1692, and Elizabeth 1695, daughters of, Philip Turnor, and Rebecca his wife, 1714, table-tomb, Kington (1), p. 90b.

Turret Castle, Huntington (3), p. 75b.

" Tump, Huntington (15), p. 77a.

Tympana (Carved):
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii, and Architectural Survey of the County, p. Ixiv.
-, Late 11th-century: Hatfield (1), p. 64a.
-, Late 11th or early 12th-century: Byton (1), p. 32b.
-, 12th-century: Aston (1), p. 8b; Shobdon (1), p. 180a.

Ty'n-y-Coed, Shobdon (15), p. 182a.

Tyrhtel, Bishop of Hereford, p. lvi n.

Unicorn Inn, see under Inns.

Uphampton, cottage at, Shobdon (11), p. 181b.

" Camp, Docklow (6), p. 44a.

" Farm, Docklow (2), p. 43b.

Upper Ailey Farm, Kinnersley (16), p. 100a.

" Ashton Farm, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (19), p. 61a.

" Ashwood Park Farm, Eye, Moreton and Ashton (22), p. 61a.

" Bache, Kimbolton (18), p. 79a.

" Broadwood, Pembridge (91), p. 169a.

" Dewall Farm, Dilwyn (46), p. 42b.

" Green Lane, Eardisley (61), p. 56a.

" Hamnish, Kimbolton (19), p. 79b.

" Hardwick Farm, Eardisland (41), p. 50a.

" Haven Farm, Dilwyn (43), p. 42b.

" Hengoed, Huntington (4), p. 75b.

" Hill, cottage at, Hope-under-Dinmore (9), p. 71a.

" Holme Farm, Lyonshall (16), p. 144a.

" House, Humber (4), p. 74a; Lower Hergest, Kington Rural (3), p. 95a; Upper Hergest, Kington Rural (4), p. 95a; Leominster Out (8), p. 129b; Yarpole (10), p. 216b.

" House Farm, Eardisley (5), p. 53a; Hereford, Little (8), p. 67b; Wormsley (4), p. 214b.

" Hurst, Dilwyn (44), p. 42b.

" Hyde, Leominster (6), p. 129a.

Upper Kimbolton Farm, Kimbolton (15), p. 78b.

" Limebrook Farm, Wigmore (21), p. 210b.

" Logaston, cottage at, Almeley (33), p. 8a.

" Lye, lynchets near, Aymestrey (33), p. 15a.

" " Farm, Aymestrey (28), p. 14a.

" Marston, cottage at, Pembridge (58), p. 167b.

" Mowley, fireplace now at Titley Court from, Titley (4), p. 191a.

" Nash Farm, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (6), p. 176a.

" Newton Farm, Kinnersley (22), p. 100a.

" Pedwardine, mound at, Brampton Bryan (7), p. 21b.

" Rhydimoor Farm, Eardisland (51), p. 50b.

" Spond, Eardisley (68), p. 56b.

" Stocks, Almeley (19), p. 7b.

" Tan House, Staunton-on-Arrow (7), p. 185a.

" Welson, Eardisley (34), p. 55b.

" Wetton, homestead moat, Pembridge (3), p. 162b.

" Wintercott, Leominster Out (41), p. 131a; homestead moat, Leominster Out (2), p. 127a.

" Wootton, cottage at, Almeley (13), p. 7b.

Upton Bishop, Roman tomb-stone preserved at, p. liv.

" Court, Hereford, Little (3), p. 66b.

Uriel, Archangel, figure representing, Kingsland (1) (glass), p. 82a.

Usk, Gaer Fawr, p. xliii.

Vartry House, Kingsland (16), p. 83b.

Vaughan:
-, Crest on fireplace at Kinnersley Castle, pp. 98b, 99a.
-, John, living at Kinnersley Castle in 1616, p. 98b.
-, John, 1687–8, and Frances his wife, 1688, floor-slab, Kington (1), p. 90b.
-, Margaret, see Hawkins.
-, Thomas, of Hergest, 1469, and Ellen (Gethin) his wife, effigies probably of, Kington (1), p. 90b; Hergest Court built for, Kington Rural (2), p. 94b.

Vaughan of Wigmore, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Vaulting:
-, Barrel:
-,-, 14th-century: Weobley (1) (tower), p. 194b.
-,-, Groined: 12th-century: Leominster (1), p. 113a. Ribbed: 14th-century: Kingsland (1), p. 81b; Pembridge (1) (porch), p. 161a.

Verdon, Weobley Castle in possession of family of, Weobley (2), p. 196a.

Vere, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial. Lyonshall Castle in possession of family of, p. 142a.

Vespasian, Emperor, coins of, Stoke Prior (1), p. 187b; Watling Street in Herefordshire, probably the work of, p.li.

Vicarage, The, Titley (5), p. 191b.

" Farm, Yarpole (8), p. 216a.

" Street, Leominster (62–6), pp. 120–1.

Victor of Paris, St., congregation of Austin Canons of, Wigmore Abbey founded for, pp. 1a, 179a; at Eye, pp. 1a, 179a; at Shobdon, pp. 1a, 179a.

Vinery, The, Leominster (131), p. 124b.

Virtues, figures representing, Kinnersley (1) (pulpit), p. 98a.

Volka Chapel, Kingsland Church, Kingsland (1), p. 81b.

Vowchurch, Poston Camp, pottery from, pp. xlv, xlvii.

Wahlstod, Bishop of Hereford, p. lvi n.

Waldron, Marabel (Edwards), 1662, wife of Edward Waldron, monument, Kington (1), p. 90b.

Walford-on-Wye, Roman objects found in Bishop's Wood, p. liv.

Walford, Letton and Newton, pp. 191–2.

Walker:
-, The Rev. A. J., Roman remains at Bishopstone recorded by, p. 17a.
-, Joyce, 1658–9, floor-slab, Burrington (1), p. 29b.
-, William, 1676, floor-slab, Burrington (1), p. 29b.

Wall End, cottage at, Monkland (11), p. 151b.

" " Farm, Stoke Prior (13), p. 188b.

Wall-monuments, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Walsham:
-, Elizabeth (Child), wife of John Walsham, 1685, monument, Knill (1), p. 102a.
-, Joan, 1680, monument, Knill (1), p. 102a–b.
-, John, 1677, monument, Knill (1), p. 102a.
-, Mrs., 1753, communion plate given by, Knill (1), p. 102b.

Walterstone, castle, p. lxiii; Roman floor found at, p. liv.

" Gamp, pp. xliii, xlv.

Wapley Gamp, Staunton-on-Arrow (12), pp. 185a, xliii.

Warren, The, Staunton-on-Wye (11), p. 187a; Willey (4), p. 212a.

Warenne, arms of (?), before 1550, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Waterloo, cottage at, Letton (9), p. 135b.

Watkin's Farm, Leintwardine (47), p. 110b.

Watling Street, pp. xlix, li; Leintwardine (21–34), pp. 109b– 110a.

Watson:
-, Cecilia (Coningsby), wife of William Watson, 1705–6, monument, Stoke Prior (2), p. 188a.
-, William, 1688–9, monument, Stoke Prior (2), p. 188a.

Weather-vanes, see Ironwork.

Wegnall Mill, Rodd, Nash and Little Brampton (3), p. 176a.

Well, The, Hope-under-Dinmore (15), p. 71b.

" House, Brobury (2), p. 27a.

Wellington, Addenda, p. 228.

Wells Cottage, Kington Rural (19), p. 95b.

Weobley, pp. 192–203.

" Castle, Weobley (2), p. 196a.

Wern, Brilley (28), p. 25a.

West, John, 1711, headstone, Eardisley (1), p. 52a.

West Street, Leominster (145–57), PP. 125–6; Pembridge (25–40), pp. 165–6.

Westbury Street, Leominster (166), p. 126a.

Westend Farm, Docklow (4), p. 44a; font at, Docklow (1), p. 43b.

Westmoor, cottage at, Mansell Lacy (11), p. 147b.

Westonbury Pembridge (71), p. 168a.

Weston Cottage, Pembridge (70), p. 168a.

" Court Farm, Pembridge (72), p. 168a.

Weston-under-Penyard (Ariconium), British coins found at, p. xlvi; possible settlement of Dobini, p. xlvi; Roman finds at, p. lii; Roman roads in neighbourhood of, pp. li, lii.

Wharf, The, Lyonshall (3), p. 142b.

Wharton, Leominster Out (29), p. 131a.

" Bank (Leominster Out), glass, etc., said to have come from Ford Chapel, p. 63a.

" Court, Leominster Out (4), p. 127b.

Wheel of Life, The, painting representing, Leominster (1), p. 113b.

Whipping-post, Eardisland (7), p. 48b.

Whit Cot, Willey (2), p. 212a.

Whitchurch, Addenda, p. 228; Roman floor found at, p. liv.

Whitehall, Richard, Wharton Court built by, Leominster Out (4), p. 127b.

White Hart, see under Inns.

" Horse, see under Inns.

" House, Dilwyn (50), p. 42b; Eardisley (22), p. 54b; Luston (19), p. 140a; Orleton (30), p. 159a.

Whitehouse, Kingsland (70), p. 86a; Laysters (6), p. 104a.

White Lion, see under Inns.

" Swan, see under Inns.

Whitney, p. 203.

Whittney, Mary, wife of George Whittney, 1698, floor-slab, Norton Canon (1), p. 154a.

Whitton, cottages at, Leintwardine (45, 46), p. 110b.

Whyle Chapel, bell at Pudleston said to have come from, p. 170a.

Wickton Court, Stoke Prior (22), p. 188b.

Wight, Ann, see King.

Wigmore, pp. 203–10; Roman road at, p. li.

" Abbey, Adforton (1), p. 1a; founded for Austin Canons of St. Victor of Paris, pp. 1a, 179a; Elton Church, formerly a chapel of, p. 56b; stalls at Leintwardine said to have come from, p. 108a; re-used stone from, Adforton (2, 9, 11), pp. 2b, 3a–b; carved stones from, Walford, Letton and Newton (1), p. 192a; (3), p. 192a.

" Castle, p. lxiii; Wigmore (2), p. 205b; founded by William fitz Osbern, p. lx; held by Ralph de Mortimer, p. lxii; unusual form of, p. Ixii.

" Hall, Wigmore (4), p. 209b.

Wilden, Laysters (3), p. 104a.

Willersley, p. 211.

" Court, Willersley (2), p. 211b.

" House, Eardisley (63), p. 56b.

Willey, p. 212.

" Court, Willey (5), p. 212a.

" Lodge, Willey (7), p. 212a.

" Old Hall, Willey (1), p. 212a.

William the Conqueror, land owned in Herefordshire by, p. lxi.

" of Malmesbury, cross at Hereford described by, p. lvi; Life of Athelstan preserved by, p. lviii.

Williams:
-, H., see under Bellfounders.
-, Rev. J., Leominster Guide by, cited, p. 187b.
-, Thomas, 1698, monument, Whitney (1), p. 203b.

Willows, The, Kingsland (10), p. 83b.

Wilton Castle (Bridstow), p. lxiii.

Winforton, pp. 212–4.

" Court, Winforton (3), p. 213a.

Winsley House, Hope-under-Dinmore (3), p. 70b.

Woodbrook, cottage at, Kington Rural (16), p. 95b.

Woodend Farm, Yarpole (24), p. 216b.

Woodhouse:
-, James, 1651, and Thomas, 1684, floor-slab, Byton (1), p. 32b. Sir Michael, Stapleton Castle defaced by, Stapleton (1), p. 182b.

Woodhouse, The, Byton (4), p. 33a.

" Farm, Richard's Castle (15), p. 174b.

Woodlands, Elton (5), p. 57b.

Woodmanton Cottage, Samesfield (4), p. 179a.

" Farm, Sarnesfield (3), p. 178b.

Woods Eaves Farm, Eardisley (54), p. 56a.

Woonton, cottage at, Almeley (28), p. 7b.

" Court, Laysters (5), p. 104a.

" Farm, barn, Almeley (30), p. 7b.

Wootton, King's Pyon (13), p. 88b.

Workhouse, Old, now cottages, Kimbolton (5), p. 78a; Kingsland (9), p. 83b; Leominster Out (12), p. 130a.

Wormsley, pp. 214–5.

" Priory, Wormsley (2), p. 214b; remains of stone cross, probably from, King's Pyon (2), p. 87b; carved stones from, Wormsley (5), p. 215a.

Wroxeter, Watling Street in neighbourhood of, p. li.

Wulfheard, Bishop of Hereford, p. lv.

Wulfred, Archbishop of Canterbury, p. lv.

Wyatville, Sir Jeffrey, alterations to Hampton Court by, p. 68b.

Wych, The, Nos. 1–5, Kington (4), p. 91b; No. 9, Kington (5), p. 91b.

Wydenhams, Willersley (3), p. 211b.

Wye River, appointed by King Athelstan as boundary between Welsh and English, pp. lviii, lix.

Wylde, cottage at, Aymestrey (5), p. 12a.

Yapp, . . ., wife of Thomas Yapp, floor-slab, Middleton on the Hill (1), p. 148b.

Yarkhill, land given to Cenwulf, King of the Mercians, at, p. lv.

Yarnbury Castle, Wiltshire, p. xlv.

Yarpole, pp. 215–7.

Yatton, cottages at, Aymestrey (13–16), p. 12b.

" Farm, Aymestrey (17), p. 12b.

Yazor, pp. 217–8; Offa's Dyke in parish of, p. xxx.

Yeamans, William, 1710–1, Elizabeth Yeamans, 1708, and, Elizabeth Broughton, 1708–9, monument, Laysters (1), p. 103b.

Yeld, The, Pembridge (85), p. 168b.

Yew Tree Cottage, Dilwyn (23), p. 41b; (57), p. 43a; Stapleton (4), p. 183a; Titley (6), p. 191b.

" Tree Farm, Letton (6), p. 135b; Monkland (7), p. 151a; Pembridge (66), p. 168a.

" Tree House, Eardisley (57), p. 56a.

" " Inn, see under Inns.

Yoke, The, Hope-under-Dinmore (12), p. 71a.

Zodiac, Signs of the, represented in carvings at Shobdon, p. 180a.