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'List of Illustrations', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset, Volume 4: North (1972), pp. V-XII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=128116 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

(Prefixed numerals in brackets refer to the monument numbers of the Inventory)

GENERALplate or (p) page
Map of North Dorset showing parish boundaries (scale 1 in. to 1 mile)in end pocket
Distribution map of Prehistoric and Roman Sites (scale ½ in. to 1 mile)do.     
Do.      Mediaeval Sites do.     do.     
Geological Map of the areaopp. p. xxv
Classification of typical house plansp. xxxvi
'Celtic' Field Groups and associated Monuments. Group (71)in end pocket
Do.      do.      Group (73)do.     
PARISHES
1. ASHMORE
Aerial view of Monuments near the centre of the village, from W.32
(1) Parish Church of St. Nicholas. Cup and cover-paten, 157625
(14) Dyke near Hatt's Barn. Cross-sectionp. 2
(16) Dyke in Mudoak Wood. Cross-sectionp. 3
2. BOURTON
Map showing the position of Monuments in the villagep. 4
(1) Parish Church of St. George. Royal Arms27
(4) Adcroft House. Dated planp. 4
(5) Cloth Mill. Exterior from W., 182031
(53) House (two dwellings). Exterior30
3. BUCKHORN WESTON
(1) Parish Church of St. John the Baptist. Dated planp. 7
Do.      do.      Exterior from S.33
Do.      do.      Paten, c. 1500, and communion cup, 156224
Do.      do.      Lectern, 169613
Do.      do.      Monument (1) with recumbent effigy, late 14th century15
Do.      do.      Monument (2) of Samuel Clark, 1761.17
(2) Hope Farm. Dated plan of housep. 8
5. CHETTLE
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Dated planp. 10
Do.      do.      W. tower from W.33
Do.      do.      Monument (3) of George Chafin, 176638
Do.      do.      do.      (4) of Thomas Chafin, 169118
(2) Chettle House. Dated planp. 11
Do.      18th-century planp. 11
Do.      Exterior from S.W.36
Do.      do.      from E.37
Do.      Staircase40
Do.      First-floor room, formerly billiards-room37
(14) Area of former Iron Age and Roman settlement, aerial view35
6. COMPTON ABBAS
(2) Old Church of St. Mary. Dated plan of remainsp. 14
Do.      do.      Tower from N.W.33
(12) Dyke on Melbury Hill. Cross-sectionp. 15
7. EAST ORCHARD
(7) Bowling Green Farm. Dated plan of housep. 15
8. EAST STOUR
Pre-conquest cross-shaft, formerly at E. Stour3
(1) Parish Church, Christ Church. Planp. 16
Do.      do.      Pelican-in-piety reused in lectern21
(6) High Grove Farm. Dated plan of housep. 17
9. FARNHAM
(1) Parish Church of St. Lawrence. Dated planp. 18
(5) South Farm. Key plan of housep. 19
10. FIFEHEAD MAGDALEN
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalen. Dated planp. 19
Do.      do.      S. door, 163722
Do.      do.      Chandelier39
Do.      do.      Cup and cover-paten, 157325
Do.      do.      Font12
Do.      do.      Monument (2) of the Newman family c. 175041
Do.      do.      Monument (2) of the Newman family, medallion20
Do.      do.      Monument (4) of the Davidge family, probably 174439
(5) Fifehead House. E. front44
(7) Middle Farm. House from S.30
11. FONTMELL MAGNA
(1) Parish Church of St. Andrew. Dated planp. 22
Do.      do.      16th-century parapet, reset on N. wall10
Do.      do.      Font11
Do.      do.      Lectern13
Do.      do.      16th-century carved wood panelp. xii
(2) Methodist Chapel. Planp. 23
(3) Manor Farm. Dated plan of housep. 23
(9) Cross House. Dated planp. 24
(18) Lower Hartgrove Farm. Dated plan of housep. 25
(23) Cottage. Dated planp. 25
(26) Woodbridge Mill. Exterior from S.E.46
(28) Piper's Mill, probably 1795. Exterior from S.46
(33) Dyke. Cross-sectionp. 26
(34) Dyke on Fore Top. Cross-sectionp. 26
Do.      Aerial view35
(35) Tennerley Ditch. Cross-sectionp. 26
12. GILLINGHAM
Map of the Royal Forest of Gillingham, 1624 (19th-century copy)56
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Dated planp. 28
Do.      do.      Exterior from S.E.4
Parish Church of St. Mary. Bench-ends22
Do.      do.      Cup and cover-paten, 157424
Do.      do.      Flagon, 168125
Do.      do.      Monument (1) of Sir Henry Dirdoe, 172417
Do.      do.      do.      do.      detail20
Do.      do.      do.      (4) of Mrs. Frances Dirdoe, 173343
Do.      do.      do.      do.      centre panel20
Do.      do.      do.      (5) of Edward Read, 177917
Do.      do.      do.      (6) of Thomas and John Jesop42
Do.      do.      do.      (6) of John Jesop, 1625. Detail of inscription23
Do.      do.      do.      (14) of Mary Read, 176418
Do.      do.      Royal Arms, probably 1618Frontispiece
(2) Vicarage. Fragment of Saxon stone carving, reset3
(11) Town Mill. Exterior from S.47
(12) House. Dated planp. 30
(24) House. S. front30
(59) Higher Langham House. S.E. front, 177045
(60) Bainly House. Planp. 33
Do.      S. front45
(63) Wyke Farm. Granary, exterior31
13. IWERNE MINSTER
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Dated planp. 33
Do.      do.      Exterior from S.E.49
Do.      do.      Nave looking S.W.50
Do.      do.      do.      N.W.50
Do.      do.      N. transept from S.E.6
Do.      do.      Capital, late 12th-century9
Do.      do.      Stiff-leaf capital, 13th-century9
Do.      do.      Monument (1) of Robert Fry, 168416
Do.      do.      Pulpit16
Do.      do.      Royal Arms27
(3) West Lodge. Key planp. 38
Do.      S.E. front44
(7) 'The Chantry'. Dated plan and cross-sectionp. 39
Do.      S. front52
(15) Iron Age settlement and Roman Villa. Dated planp. 40
Roman Villa, as seen in 1897. General view from S.W.48
Do.      do.      View of S.W. room from S.48
14. KINGTON MAGNA
(1) Parish Church of All Saints. W. tower from S.W.1
(3) Manor Farm. Key plan of housep. 42
(7) Lower Farm. S.E. front of house53
15. LANGTON LONG BLANDFORD
(1) Parish Church of All Saints. Brasses of John Whitewood and wives, c. 146714
Do.      do.      Monument (3) of James Farquharson, 179538
(2) Langton House. Stable courtyard, 183247
16. MARGARET MARSH
(2) Church Farm. Dated plan of housep. 46
(4) Higher Farm. Dated plan and cross-section of 15th-century housep. 46
(6) Margaret Marsh Farm. Dated plan of housep. 47
(7) Gore Farm. Dated plan of housep. 47
Do.      Exterior from N.W.31
18. MOTCOMBE
Map of the Royal Forest of Gillingham, 1624 (19th-century copy)56
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Key planp. 49
Do.      do.      Fragment of 15th-century sculpture15
Do.      do.      Monument (2) of Elizabeth Webbe, 162716
Do.      do.      Royal Arms27
(2) School, 1839. Exterior from S.28
(3) North End Farm. Dated plan of housep. 49
Do.      Exterior from S.W.53
(14) Cottages. From S.E.29
(18) Moats and banks of King's Court Palace. Planp. 51
19. PIMPERNE
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter. Chancel arch reset on N. of chancel51
Do.      do.      Respond capital of former chancel arch9
Do.      do.      Doorway reset in W. wall of S. aisle51
Do.      do.      Brass of Dorothy Williams, 169414
Do.      do.      Font11
(15) Iron Age settlement on Pimperne Down. Planp. 54
Remains of Iron Age house55
(18) Enclosure, probably Iron Age. Aerial view from S.E.54
Do.      do.      do.      W.N.W.54
(20–28) Chestnut Farm Barrow Group. Aerial view55
'Celtic' Fields, Group (73)in end pocket
20. SHAFTESBURY
Aerial view from W.57
Plan showing Monuments in the central part of the townp. 56
St. James's Street, looking N.E.29
Historical documents. Rubbing of fragment of pre-conquest inscription, now lost58
Do.      Sketch of Abbey ruins and Trinity Church, c. 155358
(1) The Abbey Church. Dated planopp. p. 58
Do.      Site of Abbey Church from N.W.60
Do.      Carved stone fragments recovered during excavations59
Do.      Saxon carved stone fragments (1), (2), (4)3
Do.      Base of small half-columnp. 61
Do.      Floor-tilespp. xviii, xxiii
(2) Parish Church of St. Peter. Dated planp. 62
Do.      do.      Exterior from N.W.62
Do.      do.      Interior looking E.7
Do.      do.      Nave roof66
Do.      do.      W. porch, stone vault10
Do.      do.      Font12
(3) Parish Church of The Holy Trinity, 1841. Planp. 64
Do.      do.      Exterior from N.W.63
Parish Church of The Holy Trinity, 1840. Monument (2) of Abraham Gapper, 173318
Do.      do.      Monument (4) of John Bennett, 167618
Do.      do.      Monument (10) of a priest, late 13th century15
Do.      do.      Monument (11) of Margaret Swyer, 174519
Do.      do.      Royal Arms, 178027
(4) Church of St. James. Royal Arms27
(5) Church of St. John, Enmore Green, 1843. Planp. 65
Do.      do.      Exterior from N.E.5
(6) Church of St. Rumbold. Planp. 65
Do.      Font11
(6A) Congregational Chapel. Font12
(7) Town Hall. Exterior from S.W., 182661
Do.      The 'Byzant'21
Do.      Civic Maces, 1604 and earlier26
(8) House adjacent to St. Peter's Church. Dated planp. 62
(68–75) Gold Hill, looking S.64
(76) Castle Hill House. Exterior from S.E.28
(77) Ox House. Dated planp. 70
(81) 'Edwardstowe', Castle Hill. Dated planp. 71
(90) Cottage. Dated planp. 72
(92) Holyrood Farm. Dated plan of housep. 72
(102) House in St. James's Street. Dated planp. 73
(138) Castle earthworks. Planp. 75
(143) Abbey fishponds. Planp. 76
21. SILTON
(1) Parish Church of St. Nicholas. Dated planp. 77
Do.      do.      Exterior from W.62
Do.      do.      Nave and chancel looking S.E.6
Do.      do.      Porch arch spandrel10
Do.      do.      Capital, late 12th-century9
Do.      do.      Brass of Sir Hugh Wyndham, 168414
Do.      do.      Monument (1) of Sir Hugh Wyndham, 168465
Do.      do.      do.      Weeper20
Do.      do.      Monument (3) of Dorothy Kingeswell, 1638.23
Do.      do.      Paternoster inscribed on Purbeck marble slab.23
(8) Waterloo Mill and Cottage. Exterior from E.31
22. STOUR PROVOST
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael. Dated planp. 80
Do.      do.      Chancel roof66
(4) Church House. Dated planp. 81
(5) Diamond Farm. Key plan of housep. 82
(9) Cottage. Dated planp. 82
(29) Joliffe's Farm. Dated plan of housep. 83
23. SUTTON WALDRON
(1) Parish Church of St. Bartholomew. Planp. 85
Do.      do.      Exterior from N.W.63
Do.      do.      Chest22
24. TARRANT CRAWFORD
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary and (2) Abbey site. Aerial view34
Do.      do.      Dated planp. 86
Do.      do.      Interior looking E.68
Do.      do.      Wall-painting: Annunciation67
Do.      do.      do.      Allegory of the Three Living and Three Dead68
Do.      do.      do.      Acts of St. Margaret of Antioch69
25. TARRANT GUNVILLE
Aerial view, looking N.W.73
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Dated planp. 89
Do.      do.      12th-century wall arcading8
Do.      do.      Monument (3) of Thomas Daccomb, 156723
(2) Eastbury. Dated plan of surviving part of housep. 91
Do.      Original plan (from Vitruvius Britannicus)71
Do.      Bridgeman's plan of gardens, c. 171772
Do.      Earthwork remains of gardensp. 92
Do.      Surviving wing, exterior from S.E.70
Do.      Bridge and gateway at entrance to park70
Do.      The house in course of demolition, c. 178071
Do.      Archway to stable court, from W.80
(3) Gunville House. planp. 94
(4) Old Rectory. Planp. 94
Do.      Exterior from S.W.74
(32) Iron Age Hill-fort at Bussey Stool Park. Planp. 96
'Celtic' Fields, Group (73)in end pocket
26. TARRANT HINTON
Aerial view, looking N.W.73
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Dated planp. 97
Do.      do.      Exterior from S.4
Do.      do.      Tower from S.W.75
Do.      do.      Communion rails21
Do.      do.      Easter Sepulchre76
Do.      do.      do.      Details77
Do.      do.      Font11
Do.      do.      Lectern, 19913
(4) Old Rectory. Exterior from S.74
(18) Iron Age and Romano-British settlement S. of Hinton Bushes. Aerial view79
(19) Iron Age and Romano-British settlement on Tarrant Hinton Down. Aerial view78
'Celtic' Fields, Group (73)in end pocket
27. TARRANT KEYNESTON
(1) Parish Church of All Saints. Table tomb of the Bastard family, 173119
(16) Buzbury Rings. Planp. 103
Do.      Aerial view79
'Celtic' Fields, Group (70)in end pocket
28. TARRANT LAUNCESTON
(14) Track, ditches and enclosures. Aerial view78
29. TARRANT MONKTON
(1) Parish Church of All Saints. Dated planp. 108
Do.      do.      Cup and cover-paten, 160724
30. TARRANT RAWSTON
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Dated planp. 110
Do.      do.      Exterior from S.W.5
Do.      do.      Pulpit13
31. TARRANT RUSHTON
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Dated planp. 112
Do.      do.      Carved lintel of S. doorway, early 12th-century.8
Do.      do.      Squints. Traceried stonework10
Do.      do.      Piscina12
Do.      do.      Royal Arms, 182527
32. TODBER
(2) Pre-conquest cross-shaft2
33. WEST ORCHARD
(1) The Parish Church. Dated planp. 115
34. WEST STOUR
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Dated planp. 116
Do.      do.      Communion table22
(4) Manor Farm. S. front of house30

Sixteenth-century wood carving in
Fontmell Magna Church

Sixteenth-century wood carving in Fontmell Magna Church