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Abbey Farm, Witchampton (7), p. 108a.

" House, Horton (6), p. 36b, Pl. 50; Witchampton (3), see Manor House.

Abbis, arms of, see Heraldry.

Abbot Street Copse, Pamphill (93), p. 53a.

Abbreviations of terms and titles of works frequently used, list, p. 137.

Ackling Dyke, Roman road IV, pp. xxxi, xxxiii, Pl. 87; Gussage All Saints (32), p. 21b; Gussage St. Michael (8), p. 24b; Pentridge, p. 53b.

Albion Hotel, Wimborne Minster (34), p. 89a.

Alderholt, p. 1.

" Park, Alderholt (3), p. 2a.

Aldhelm, Bishop of Sherborne, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 78b.

" St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Alexander, George, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Alfred, King, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 80a.

Alie:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, 1579, and others, table-tomb, Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65b, Pl. 12.

'Allendale', Wimborne Minster (49), p. 90a, Pl. 72.

Allen House, Poor-Law Institution, Wimborne Minster (51), pp. xliv, 90a.

All Hallows' Church, remains of, Wimborne St. Giles (32), p. 100a.

Allye, arms of, see Heraldry.

Alms-dishes, see Plate, Church.

Almshouses:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xliii.
-, 16th-century: Pamphill (41–4), p. 50a
-, 17th-century: Pamphill (3), p. 46a, Pl. 60; Wimborne Minster (13), p. 87a, Wimborne St. Giles (2), p. 94a, Pl. 61.
-, 18th-century: Wimborne Minster (51), p. 90a.
-, 19th-century: Cranborne (21), p. 14a.

Altar: see also Communion Tables. (?) 12th-century: Woodlands (1), pp. xxxix, 112a.

Amen Cottage, Gussage All Saints (18), p. 20b.

Andrew, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.
-, Representation of, Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a.

Angel Inn, Hampreston (20), p. 29a.

Angle Ditch, Sixpenny Handley (27), pp. xxiv, 70b; 'Celtic' fields associated with, p. 117a.

Anne, Queen, see Heraldry.

Anstey, Nicholas, 1676, and Mary, 1677, floor-slabs, Hampreston (1), p. 27b.

Anthony, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Antonine Itinerary, Sectional Preface, p. xxxi; Shapwick (34), p. 61a.

Aquitanus of La Graufesenque, potter, Pamphill (69), p. 51b.

Architects, Builders and Surveyors:
-, Alexander, George: Moor Crichel (1), pp. xxxix, 40b, Pl. 52.
-, Barry, Sir Charles: pp. xliv, xlv; Pamphill (4), p. 46b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 81a.
-, Bastard, John and William: pp. xxxix, xlv; Moor Crichel (2), p. 43a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 81a; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 92b.
-, Bodley, G. F.: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 92b.
-, Castles, of Marylebone: Wimborne St. Giles (6), p. 97a.
-, Chapman, John: p. xxxix.
-, Coney, Andrew: Cranborne (4), p. 10b.
-, Comper, Sir Ninian: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 92b.
-, Cundy, Thomas: Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 95a.
-, Evans, William of Wimborne: p. xlv; Cranborne (20), p. 13b.
-, Flitcroft, Henry: Wimborne St. Giles (4), pp. xliv, xlvii, 95a.
-, Hansom, Charles: Hampreston (3), p. 27b.
-, Hardwick, P. C.: Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 95a.
-, Kent, Samuel: Witchampton (4), p. 108a.
-, Knott, W.: Wimborne Minster (4), p. 85b.
-, Norden, John: Cranborne (4), p. 8a, Pl. 42.
-, Pratt, Sir Roger: Pamphill (4), pp. xliv, 46a, Pl. 58.
-, Ryder, Captain Richard: Cranborne (4), pp. xliv, 10b, Pl. 44.
-, Sergeant, Antony: Hampreston (4), p. 27b.
-, Stainer, W.: Wimborne Minster (4), p. 85b.
-, Taylor, Isaac: Chalbury (2), p. 3b; (8), p. 3b; Horton (7), p. 37a; Long Crichel (4), p. 38b; Moor Crichel (2), p. 41b; (8), p. 44a; Witchampton (18), p. 108b; (19), p. 108b; (20), p. 109a.
-, Tulloch, John: Holt (1), p. 32a.
-, Vanbrugh, Sir John: Horton (1), pp. xlv, 35a.
-, Wagg, John, of Ringwood: Hampreston (4), p. 27b.
-, Wyatt, James: Moor Crichel (2), pp. xlv, 43a.
-, Wyatt, T. H.: Holt (1), p. 32a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 81a.
-, Wyatville, Sir Jeffry: Wimborne Minster (49), pp. xlv, 90a.

Armour: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83b.

Arney, Alexander, 1669, floor-slab, Chalbury (1), p. 3a.

Arnold, of Child Okeford, see Clockmakers.

Arundel, earls of, see Fitzalan.

Ashelie, Margaret, see Brasses, Monumental.

Ashes Farm, Cranborne (28), p. 14b.

Ashford Water, Alderholt, p. 1a.

Ashley:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Anne, kneeling figure, Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-, John, (m. Edith Talbot), alabaster panel, Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 95a.
-, Sir Anthony, d. 1628, Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 94b; tomb, Wimborne St. Giles (1), pp. xli, 93b, Pl. 13.

Ashley Barn Farm, Roman road V, p. xxxiv.

Ashley-Cooper:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Sir Anthony, 1st earl of Shaftesbury, Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 94b.

Assay marks:
-, 16th-century: Alderholt (1), p. 1b, (Exeter).
-, 17th-century: Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Hinton Martell (1), p. 30b; Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a; Witchampton (1), p. 105a.
-, 18th-century: Edmondsham (1), p. 17a; Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19b; Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a.
-, 19th-century: Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a; Witchampton (1), p. 105a (Sheffield).

Astley, arms of, see Heraldry.

Austen, J. H., excavations by: Colehill (7–9), p. 4b; Shapwick (40) or (41), p. 63b; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a.

Bacon, arms of, see Heraldry.

Badbury Rings:
-, Barrow Group, Shapwick (47–55), pp. 63–4.
-, Hill-fort, Shapwick (34), p. 61b.
-, Roman road V, to Dorchester, p. xxxiii.

Badges, see Heraldry.

Baggeridge, former Parish, Woodlands, p. 111a.

Bagman's Copse, Woodlands, p. 111a.

Balmes House, Hackney; Wimborne St. Giles (4), pp. xlviii, 96b.

Bankes:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Family, owners of Kingston Lacy, Pamphill (4), p. 46a.
-, W. J., donor, glass, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.

Baptist Chapels, see Meeting Places, Non-Conformist.

Barfoot, of Blandford, see Musical Instruments.

Barns and Outbuildings:
-, 16th-century: Wimborne St. Giles (9–11), p. 97b.
-, 17th-century: Cranborne (30), p. 15a; Pamphill (67), p. 51a; Sixpenny Handley (4), p. 66b.
-, 18th-century: Chalbury (2), p. 3b; Gussage All Saints (13), p. 20b; Gussage St. Michael (3), p. 23b; Holt (3), p. 33a; (4), p. 33a; (13), p. 33b; Long Crichel (2), p. 38b; Pentridge (2), p. 54a; (12), p. 54b; Sixpenny Handley (4), p. 66b; West Parley (2), p. 76a; Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86b; Witchampton (7), p. 108a.
-, 19th-century: Moor Crichel (3), p. 44a.

Barnsley, Pamphill, p. 44b.

" Farm, Pamphill (9), p. 48b.

Barrows, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Barrow Firs, Colehill (4), p. 4b.

Barry, Sir Charles, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Bartholomew, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Baskerville, Prayer books printed by, Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a.

Baskett:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Rev. Samuel, 1760, and Elizabeth his wife, wall-tablet, Shapwick (1), p. 59a.

Bastard, John and William, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Baths, Roman, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Baynton, arms of, see Heraldry.

Beaker Burials, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Beauchamp, see Beaufort.

Beaufort, John, Duke of Somerset, 1444, and Margaret (Beauchamp) his wife, table-tomb, Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xli, 84b, Pl. 10.

Bedford, of London, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Bee Garden, Holt (31), p. 34a.

Beethell:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, George Ellis, 1741, marble tablet, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Matthew, steward to Sir Ralph Bankes, occupier, Pamphill (5), p. 47b.

Belle Vue Barrow, Hampreston (43), p. 30a.

Bells:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, 14th-century: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-, 15th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 6b; Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19a; Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-, Mediaeval: Holt (1), p. 32a.
-, 17th-century: Edmondsham (1), p. 16b; Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19a; Gussage St. Michael(1), p. 23a; Horton (1), p. 35b; Long Crichel (1), p. 38a.
-, 18th-century: Chalbury (1), p. 3a; Edmondsham (1), p. 16b; Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Shapwick (1), p. 59a; West Parley (1), p. 75b; Witchampton (1), p. 105a.
-, 19th-century: Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b.

Bellfounders:
-, Danton, John: Edmondsham (1), p. 16b; Horton (1), p. 35b.
-, Foster, Francis: Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a.
-, Knight, William: Hampreston (1), p. 27b.
-, Langhorne, John: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-, Mears: Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b.
-, Purdue, Roger: Edmondsham (1), p. 16b.
-, Pyke, T.: West Parley (1), p. 75b.
-, Salisbury Foundry: Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19a.
-, Tosiear, Clement: Edmondsham (1), p. 16b.
-, Wallis, John: Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Long Crichel (1), p. 38a.
-, Wells, R.: Shapwick (1), p. 59a; Witchampton (1), p. 105a.

Bell Turret: (wooden), West Parley (1), p. 75b.

Benches, see Seating.

Benedictine Order, houses: Cranborne (1), pp. xxxvii, 5b; Horton (6); pp. xliii, 36b.

Berendes Beorh, Gussage All Saints (62), p. 22a.

Berwick, John de, 1312, slab with 19th-century brass plate, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.

Bickham Farm, Pamphill (38), p. 50a.

Biddlesgate Farm, Cranborne (27), p. 14b.

Bindogladia, p. xxxi.

Bindon Abbey, possessions of, at Edmondsham, p. 16a.

Bingham, Elizabeth, 1813, tablet, Witchampton (1), p. 105a.

Bishop's Court, Shapwick (4), p. 59b.

Blackbush Down, Cranborne (35), p. 15b; 'Celtic' field Group (85), p. 118b.

" Plantation, Barrow group, Wimborne St. Giles (70–3), pp. 101–2.

Blagden Park, Cranborne (32), p. 15b.

" Hill, Pentridge (17), p. 56a.

Blind Lane, Wimborne Minster (76), p. 91b.

Bodley, G. F., see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Bokerley Down, 'Celtic' field Group (85), p. 118b.

" Dyke: Sectional Preface, p. xxvi; Cranborne (32), p. 15b; Gussage St. Michael (9), p. 24b; Pentridge (16), p. 55a.

" Junction, Pentridge (16), p. 55a.

Books:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, 16th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83b.
-, 17th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 6b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83b.
-, 18th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 6b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a.

Bothenwood, Holt (12), p. 33b.

Bottlebush Clump, Wimborne St. Giles (54), p. 101b.

" Down, Gussage St. Michael (9), p. 25a; 'Celtic' field Group (85), p. 118b.

Boundary Stones: 19th century, Verwood (3), p. 72b.

Bovehric, see Boveridge.

Boveridge, Cranborne, p. 13b.

" House, Cranborne (20), p. 13b, Pl. 47.

" Farm, Cranborne (22), p. 14a.

Bower:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, William, 1782, floor-slab, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.

Bower's Farm, Holt (23), p. 33b.

Bowerswain Farm, Gussage All Saints (6), pp. xxxvi, 20a.

Bowldish Pond, Wimborne St. Giles (37), p. 100b; (69), p. 101b.

Bownes, Miles, rector, 1630, wall-monument, Hampreston (1), p. 27b, Pl. 16.

Boxeley, Thomas, donor of plate, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.

Bradford, Pamphill, p. 44b.

" Barrow group, Pamphill (81–5), pp. 52–3.

" Farm, Pamphill (10), p. 48b.

Bramble's Farm, West Parley (3), p. 76a.

Braose:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Giles de, 1305, effigy, Horton (1), pp. xli, 35b, Pl. 10.

Brasses, Monumental:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, With figures:
-,-, 15th-century: Shapwick (1), p. 59a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a, Pl. 20.
-,-, 16th-century: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a; Shapwick (1), p. 59a, Pl. 20.
-, With Inscriptions, Heraldry etc. Only:
-,-, 14th-century: Long Crichel (1), p. 38a.
-,-, 15th-century: Shapwick (1), p. 59a, Pl. 20.
-,-, 16th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 6b; Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a, Pl. 20.
-,-, 17th-century: Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a.

Brewer, John, 1805, and his wife Sarah, 1816, floor-slab, Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19b.

Bridges:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xliv.
-, 16th-century (?): Horton (2), p. 35b, Pl. 26.
-, 17th-century: Horton (2), p. 35b, Pl. 26; Wimborne Minster (4), p. 85b; (5), p. 85b, Pl. 26.
-, 18th-century: Hampreston (4), p. 27b, Pl. 26; Gussage St. Michael (6), p. 24a; Witchampton (4), p. 108a.
-, 19th-century: Edmondsham (3), p. 17a; Gussage All Saints (2), p. 19b; Hampreston (5), p. 28a; Holt (2), p. 32b; Pamphill (2), p. 45b; Verwood (2), p. 72b; Wimborne Minster (4), p. 85b (repairs); (5), p. 85b (repairs); Wimborne St. Giles (17), p. 98b; (18), p. 98b.

Brockington, Gussage All Saints (19), p. 20b.

Brockington Cottage, Gussage All Saints (8), p. 20a.

" Down, 'Celtic' field group (82), p. 118a.

" Farm, Gussage All Saints (7), p. 20a.

Bromley, Margaret, 1723, headstone, West Parley (1), p. 75b.

Brookes Coppice, Sixpenny Handley (26), p. 70a.

Broughton, arms of, see Heraldry.

Brouncker:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Henry, occupier, Cranborne (20), p. 13b.
-, Henry, 1825, and others, stone tablet, Cranborne (2), p. 7b.
-, Mariana, 1833, wall-monument, Cranborne (1), p. 7a.

Browning, Robert, 1746, and Elizabeth, 1759, wall-monument erected 1902, Pentridge (1), p. 53b.

Buckler, J., see Painters and Engravers.

Building materials, Sectional Preface, p. xxiii.

Buildings, Roman, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Burdett, arms of, see Heraldry.

Burials, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Burnt Firs, Horton, p. 34b.

Burrows Farm, Verwood (7), p. 72b.

Butler, Anne, 1659, floor-slab, Shapwick (1), p. 59a.

Caerleon, arms of, see Heraldry.

Calandine, arms of, see Heraldry.

Camois, arms of, see Heraldry.

Candlesticks etc.:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, 18th-century: Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a; West Parley (1), p. 75b.

Canon Hill, Colehill (7), p. 4b.

Carter, William, 1694, headstone, Cranborne (1), p. 7a.

Cartouches-of-arms, see Heraldry.

Carr-Glyn: see also Glyn.
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Sir Richard, 1838, and Mary (Plumptre), 1832, marble tablet, Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b.

Carved Stonework, see Sculpture and Carvings.

Caryll, Charles, 1745, and Richard, 1750 (Jesuits), floor-slabs, Hampreston (1), p. 27b.

Castile, arms of, see Heraldry.

Castle Hill, Cranborne (31), p. 15a; (36), p. 15b.

Castleman, Edward, Wimborne Minster (49), pp. xlv, 90a.

Castles, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Cecil:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Robert, 1st earl of Salisbury, Cranborne (4), pp. xliv, 8a.

Ceilings:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlvi.
-, 16th-century: Pamphill (4), p. 47b.
-, 17th-century: Wimborne Minster (33), p. 89a; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 96b, Pl. 76.
-, 18th-century: Cranborne (5), p. 13a, Pl. 38; Moor Crichel (2), p. 43a, Pl. 53; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 96b, Pl. 38.

'Celtic' Field Groups, pp. 117–9.

Centre Circle, or Church Henge, Woodlands (20), p. 114.

Ceremonial Monuments, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Chafin, see Hooper.

Chairs, see Seating.

Chalbury, p. 2b.

" Hill House, Chalbury (3), p. 3b.

Champs Farm, demolished 1960, Sixpenny Handley (16), p. 68a.

Chandeliers, Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 96b.

Chapman, John, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Chapel Down, 'Celtic' field Group (84), p. 118b.

" Farm, Sixpenny Handley (8), p. 67a.

Charles II, see Heraldry.

Charlton Dairy Farm, Woodlands (15), p. 113a.

Chenoltune (Knowlton), Woodlands (16), p. 113a.

Chernock, see Chernok.

Chernok, Richard, 1538, brass with epitaph, Shapwick (1), p. 59a, Pl. 20.

Chessmen, mediaeval, Witchampton (21), p. 110a.

Chests:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, 13th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a, Pl. 71.
-, Mediaeval: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a, Pl. 71.
-, 16th-century: Long Crichel (1), p. 38b.
-, 17th-century: Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.
-, 18th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 6b; Edmondsham (1), p. 16b; Hinton Martell (1), p. 30a; Pamphill (1), p. 45b; Shapwick (1), p. 59a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a.
-, 19th-century: Horton (1), p. 35b; Shapwick (1), p. 59a.

Chilbridge, Pamphill, p. 44a.

Chimney-pieces, see Fireplaces and Overmantels.

Christ-in-Majesty: Sixpenny Handley (1), pp. xl, 65b, Pl. 9.

Church Barrow, Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a.

" Farm, West Parley (2), p. 76a.

" Street, Wimborne Minster, p. 89b.

Churches and Chapels:
-, See also Meeting Places, Non-Conformist.
-, Sectional Preface, pp. xxxvii–xliii.
-, Pre-Conquest: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 78b.
-, Dating from the 12th century: Cranborne (1), p. 5a; Edmondsham (1), p. 16a; Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 22b; Hinton Parva (1), p. 31a; Shapwick (1), p. 57b; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 65b; West Parley (1), p. 74b; Woodlands (1), p. 111a.
-, Dating from the 13th century: Chalbury (1), p. 2b; Cranborne (4), p. 8b; Pamphill (1), p. 44b; perhaps also Horton (1), p. 34b.
-, Dating from the 14th century: Gussage All Saints (1), p. 18b;
-, Hampreston (1), p. 26b; Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 64b.
-, Dating from the 15th century: Long Crichel (1), p. 38a; Witchampton (1), p. 104b.
-, Dating from the 18th century: Horton (1), p. 34b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 92b.
-, Dating from the 19th century: Alderholt (1), p. 1a; (2), p. 1b; Cranborne (2), p. 7b; (3), p. 7b; Hampreston (2), p. 27b; Hinton Martell (1), p. 30a; Hinton Parva (1), p. 31a; Holt (1), p. 32a; Moor Crichel (1), p. 40b; Pentridge (1), p. 53b; Verwood (1), p. 72b.

Church Henge, Woodlands (20), p. 114a.

" Hill, Verwood, p. 73b.

Churchill, Col. Joshua, occupier, Gussage All Saints (3), p. 19b.

Civic Centre, Wimborne Minster (49), p. 90a.

Clapcot, Anne, 1699, headstone, Hampreston (1), p. 27a.

Clark:
-, Thomas, 1683, and others, floor-slab, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.
-, Elizabeth, 1739, floor-slab, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.

Claudius, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Coins.

Clayford Farm, Holt (28), p. 34a.

Clocks:
-, 17th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.
-, 18th-century: Holt (3), p. 33a; Witchampton (1), p. 105a.
-, 19th-century: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.

Clockmaker: Arnold of Child Okeford, Holt (3), p. 33a.

Cobley Farm, Pentridge, p. 53b.

Coffin Lids:
-, 13th-century: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-, 14th-century: West Parley (1), p. 75b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.
-, Mediaeval: Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Shapwick (1), p. 59a.

Coffin Stools:
-, 17th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a; Edmondsham (1), p. 16b; Horton (1), p. 35b; Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65a; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a.
-, 18th-century: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.

Coins:
-, Ancient, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.
-, Henry II, Witchampton (21), p. 110a.

Cole:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, 1636, stone tablet, Witchampton (1), pp. xliii, 105a, Pl. 15.

Colehill, p. 4a.

Colles, arms of, see Heraldry.

Colt Hoare, Sir Richard, p. xxvii.

Communion Rails:
-, 18th-century: Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a.

Communion Tables:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, 17th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a; Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Horton (1), p. 35b; Pamphill (1), p. 45b; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.

Comper, Sir Ninian, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Coney, Andrew, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Congregational Chapels, see Meeting Places, Non-Conformist.

Conservative Club, Wimborne Minster (63), p. 90b.

Constantine, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Coins.

Constantine:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Elizabeth, 1630, table-tomb, Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65b.
-, Harry, 1712, and others, marble tablet, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b, Pl. 17.

Cook, . . ., wife of Thomas, 1669, inscription, Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65b.

" Row, Wimborne Minster, p. 77b.

Cooper: See also Ashley-Cooper.
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Anne (Ashley), kneeling figure, Wimborne St. Giles (1), pp. xli, 93b, Pl. 13.
-, Sir John, Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b; (4), p. 94b.

Corbels, notable, see Sculpture and Carving.

Corn Drying Ovens, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

" Market, Wimborne Minster, p. 89b.

Correggio, see Paintings.

Cottage Orné, Holt (29), p. 34a, Pl. 33.

Court Cottage, Pamphill (68), p. 51a.

Courtenay, Gertrude, 2nd wife of Henry, marquess of Exeter, 1558, table-tomb, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.

Courtenay's Almshouses: Wimborne Minster (13), pp. xliv, 87a.

Cowgrove, Pamphill, p. 44b.

Cow Leaze, Witchampton (20), p. 109a.

Cowpound Wood, Roman road V, p. xxxiv.

Crab Orchard, Verwood, p. 73b.

Cranborne, p. 4b.

" Farm, Cranborne (26), p. 14a.

" Lodge, Cranborne (5), pp. xlv, 12b, Pls. 38–9, 46.

" Manor House, Cranborne (4), pp. xliv, 7–12, Pls. 41–5.

Cremations, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Crests, see Heraldry.

Crichel Down, barrows on, Long Crichel (8–31), pp. 39–40; 'Celtic' field Group (80), p. 117b.

" House, Moor Crichel (2), pp. xlviii, 41b, Pls. 37, 39, 51–3.

" Mill, Moor Crichel (6), p. 44a.

Cripplestyle, Alderholt (2), p. 1b.

Crockerton Hill, 'Celtic' field Group (85), p. 118b.

'Crooked Withies', Holt (26), p. 34a.

Crown Hotel, Wimborne Minster (38), p. 89b.

Crucifixion, see Paintings.

Crypt: 14th century, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 81b, Pl. 66.

Cuirass Hook, Pamphill (69), p. 51b.

Cultivation Remains, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks and 'Celtic' Fields.

Cunditt, John, 1668, floor-slab, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.

Cundy, Thomas, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Cunnington, William, excavations at Gussage All Saints (62), p. 22a; Wimborne St. Giles (88), p. 102a; (90–3), p. 102a; (94–124), pp. 102–3.

Cups, Communion, see Plate, Church

" Roman, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Cursus, see Dorset Cursus.

Cuthberga, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Cuthburh, Abbess of Wimborne, Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xliii, 78b.

Cyfrewast, William, 1581, and Dorothy, 1599, tomb-chests, Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a.

Dalicourt, Henry, 1708, floor-slab, Chalbury (1), p. 3a; see also Duke.

Dam, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks.

Danton, John, see Bellfounders.

Dated Buildings etc (by inscription):
-, 1589, Edmondsham (2), p. 17a; 1607, Wimborne Minster (18), p. 87b; 1636, Wimborne Minster (5), p. 86a; 1666, Horton (2), p. 35b; 1676, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 81a; 1698, Pamphill (3), p. 46a; 1703, Verwood (9), p. 73a; 1706, Wimborne Minster (19), p. 87b; 1712, Sixpenny Handley (5), p. 66b; 1723, Holt (13), p. 33b; 1755, Horton (1), p. 35b; 1777, Horton (5), p. 36a; 1791, Horton (1), p. 35b; 1798, Wimborne Minster (31), p. 88a.

Davenant, arms of, see Heraldry.

David's Cross, Woodlands (24), p. 115b.

Dean, Sixpenny Handley, p. 64b.

" Farm, Sixpenny Handley (13), p. 67b; Witchampton (17), p. 108b.

Dean's Court, Wimborne Minster (7), pp. xlviii, 86a, Pl. 65.

" " Lane, Wimborne Minster, p. 87a.

Deans Leaze Farm, Hemsworth, Witchampton (15), p. 108b.

Decalogue, Tables of, Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Hinton Martell (1), p. 30b; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66b.

Dedications of Churches and Chapels:
-, All Angels, see St. Michael.
-, All Hallows: Wimborne St. Giles (32), p. 100a.
-, All Saints: Chalbury (1), p. 2b; Gussage All Saints (1), p. 18b; Hampreston (1), p. 26b; West Parley (1), p. 74b; see also St. Mary.
-, St. Aldhelm: Cranborne (2), p. 7b.
-, St. Andrew: Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 65b.
-, St. Anthony, see St. Margaret.
-, St. Bartholomew: Shapwick (1), p. 57b; see also St. Mary.
-, St. Cuthberga: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 78b; see also St. Mary.
-, St. Giles: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 92b.
-, St. Kenelm: Hinton Parva (1), p. 31a.
-, St. James: Alderholt (1), p. 1a; Holt (1), p. 32a.
-, St. John: Hinton Martell (1), p. 30a.
-, St. Margaret and St. Anthony: Pamphill (1), p. 44b.
-, St. Mary: Long Crichel (1), p. 38a; Moor Crichel (1), p. 40b; Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 64b.
-, St. Mary and St. Bartholomew: Cranborne (1), p. 5a.
-, St. Mary, St. Cuthberga and All Saints: Witchampton (1) p. 104b.
-, St. Michael: Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 22b.
-, St. Michael and All Angels: Verwood (1), p. 72b.
-, St. Nicholas: Edmondsham (1), p. 16a.
-, St. Rumbold: Pentridge (1), p. 53b.
-, St. Wolfrida: Horton (1), p. 34b.

Dedilintone, Chalbury (8), p. 3b.

Deer Park, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks.

Delafield, arms of, see Heraldry.

Department of the Environment, Woodlands (1), p. 111b.

Dickenson, Elenor, 1571, brass plate with black-letter inscription, Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xli, 84a, Pl. 20.

Didlington, Chalbury, p. 2b.

" Farm, Chalbury (2), p. 3b.

Ditches, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Dodesberie, West Parley, p. 74b.

Doddington, arms of, see Heraldry.

Donhead to Hamworthy, Roman roads II and III, p. xxix.

Donne, Rev. H., 1820, and his wife, 1830, marble tablet, Cranborne (1), p. 7a.

Doors and Doorways (notable):
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlvii.
-, 12th-century: Cranborne (1), pp. xxxviii, 5a; Hampreston (1), pp. xxxviii, 27a; West Parley (1), pp. xxxviii, 75b; Woodlands (1), p. 111b.
-, 15th-century: Cranborne (1), pp. xxxviii, 7a.
-, 16th-century: Edmondsham (4), p. 17a; Wimborne Minster (33), p. 88b; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 96a.
-, 17th-century: Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Wimborne St. Giles (2), p. 94a, Pl. 35.

Dorchester to Exeter, Roman road VII, p. xxxv.

" to Ilchester, Roman road VI, p. xxxiv.

Dormer, arms of, see Heraldry; see also Uvedale.

Dorset Cursus, Gussage St. Michael (9), pp. xxxiii, 24b.

Dowse:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Thomas, 1649, grave stone, Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a.

Drax, owner of Cranborne (5), p. 12b.

Drive Plantation group of barrows, Gussage All Saints (23–30), pp. xxxiii, 21a, Pl. 55; Wimborne St. Giles (38), p. 101a.

Duddle Heath, Roman road V, p. xxxiv.

Dudsbury, hill-fort, West Parley (7), pp. xxiv, 76a.

Duke, Lucy (Dalicourt), 1774, floor-slab, Chalbury (1), p. 3a.

Dwellings, classified by plan-type:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlvi.
-, Class I:
-,-, Late 16th or Early 17th-century: Witchampton (11), p. 108a.
-,-, 17th-century: Alderholt (4), p. 2a; Gussage All Saints (5), p. 20a; Pamphill (12), p. 48b; (17), p. 49a; (57), p. 51a; Pentridge (11), p. 54b; Wimborne Minster (14), p. 87a; (50), p. 90a; Woodlands (12), p. 113a.
-,-, 18th-century: Pamphill (49), p. 50b; (52), p. 50b; Verwood (5), p. 72b; Woodlands (10), p. 112b.
-,-, Late 18th or Early 19th-century: Verwood (15), p. 73a.
-,-, 19th-century: Hampreston (29), p. 29a.
-, Class J:
-,-, 16th-century: Wimborne Minster (9), p. 86b.
-,-, 17th-century: Cranborne (27), p. 14b; (28), p. 14b; Hampreston (23), p. 28b; (28), p. 29a; Hinton Martell (5), p. 30b; (7), p. 30b; (8), p. 31a; Holt (8), p. 33a; (12), p. 33b; Pamphill (60), p. 51a; (64), p. 51a; Shapwick (6), p. 59b; Verwood (13), p. 73a; (18), p. 73a; Wimborne Minster (8), p. 86b; Wimborne St. Giles (19), p. 98b; Witchampton (14), p. 108b.
-,-, 18th-century: Holt (26), p. 34a; Verwood (9), p. 73a.
-, Class K:
-,-, 17th-century: Witchampton (10), p. 108a.
-, Class L:
-,-, Late 17th-century: Witchampton (17), p. 108b.
-, Class S:
-,-, Late 16th-century: Pamphill (16), p. 49a; (36), p. 50a.
-,-, 17th-century: Hampreston (24), p. 28b; Hinton Martell (6), p. 30b; Pamphill (32), p. 50a; (44), p. 50b; (47), p. 50b; (56), p. 51a; Pentridge (4), p. 54a; (11), p. 54b; Shapwick (14), p. 60a; (22), p. 60b; Sixpenny Handley (11), p. 67b; West Parley (4), p. 76a; Witchampton (9), p. 108a; Woodlands (7), p. 112b.
-,-, 18th-century: Alderholt (9), p. 2a; Cranborne (25), p. 14a; Edmondsham (9), p. 17b; (12), p. 17b; Gussage All Saints (18), p. 20b; Hampreston (22), p. 28b; Hinton Martell (11), p. 31a; Holt (13), p. 33b; (18), p. 33b; (19), p. 33b; (21), p. 33b; Pamphill (23), p. 49a; (47), p. 50b; (48), p. 50b; (51), p. 50b; (53), p. 50b; (54), p. 50b; (59), p. 51a; Pentridge (7), p. 54b; (8), p. 54b; Shapwick (12), p. 60a; (25), p. 60b; (28), p. 60b; Sixpenny Handley (10), p. 67b; Wimborne Minster (21), p. 87b; Wimborne St. Giles (27), p. 100a; (28), p. 100a; Witchampton (8), p. 108a; (12), p. 108b; Woodlands (8), p. 112b.
-,-, Late 18th or Early 19th-century: Hampreston (10), p. 28a; (11), p. 28a; (12), p. 28a; Hinton Martell (13), p. 31a; Pamphill (52), p. 50b; Verwood (22), (23), (24), (25), (26), (27), (32), (33), (35), (38), (39), (40), (41), (42), (44), (45), (46), (48), p. 73b; (50), (51), (52), (56), p. 74a.
-,-, 19th-century: Hampreston (30), p. 29a; Shapwick (21), p. 60a; Verwood (17), p. 73a; Wimborne St. Giles (28), p. 100a.
-, Class T:
-,-, 17th-century: Gussage St. Michael (5), p. 23b; Pamphill (5), p. 47b; Shapwick (13), p. 60a; (16), p. 60a; Sixpenny Handley (3), p. 66b; (12), p. 67b; Wimborne St. Giles (13), p. 97b; Woodlands (15), p. 113a.
-,-, 18th-century: Alderholt (7), p. 2a; Cranborne (17), p. 13; (19), p. 13b; Edmondsham (5), p. 17b; Gussage All Saints (6), p. 20a; (7), p. 20a; Hampreston (16), p. 28a; (17), p. 28b; (18), p. 28b; (20), p. 28b; (21), p. 28b; (25), p. 29a; (27), p. 29a; Hinton Martell (9), p. 31a; Holt (14), p. 33b; (16), p. 33b; (20), p. 33b; (23), p. 33b; (25), p. 33b; Horton (5), p. 36a; Moor Crichel (6), p. 44a; (7), p. 44a; Pamphill (12), p. 48b; (35), p. 50a; (40), p. 50a; (51), p. 50b; (54), p. 50b; Pentridge (3), p. 54a; Shapwick (3); p. 59a; (10), p. 60a; (23), p. 60b; Sixpenny Handley (5), p. 66b; (14), p. 68a; Verwood (4), p. 72b; (6), p. 72b; (7), p. 72b; (12), p. 73a; (14), p. 73a; West Parley (2), p. 76a; (3), p. 76a; Wimborne Minster (18), p. 87b; (19), p. 87b; (27), p. 88a; (48), p. 90a; (70), p. 91a; (72), p. 91b; (74), p. 91b; (76), p. 91b; (77), p. 91b; (78), p. 91b; Witchampton (7), p. 108a; Woodlands (13), p. 113a; (14), p. 113a.
-,-, Late 18th or Early 19th-century: Hampreston (13), p. 28a; (14), p. 28a; (31), p. 29a; Verwood (21), (28), (29), (30), (31), (34), (36), (37), (43), (47), p. 73b; (49), (53), (54), (55), p. 74a; Wimborne Minster (23), p. 87b.
-,-, 19th-century: Alderholt (10), p. 2a; Gussage All Saints (9), p. 20a; (14), p. 20b; Hampreston (19), p. 28b; Horton (3), p. 36a; Pamphill (13), p. 48b; (33), p. 50a; (61), p. 51a; Verwood (19), p. 73a; Wimborne Minster (24), p. 87b; (29), p. 88a; (36), p. 89b; (47), p. 90a; (52), p. 90a.
-, Class U:
-,-, 18th-century: Long Crichel (2), p. 38b; Moor Crichel (4), p. 44a; Wimborne Minster (11), p. 87a; (67), p. 91a.
-,-, 19th-century: Alderholt (3), p. 2a; Gussage St. Michael (4), p. 23b; Hinton Martell (3), p. 30b; Long Crichel (3), p. 38b; Pamphill (6), p. 48a; Sixpenny Handley (6), p. 67a; Wimborne Minster (49), p. 90a; (63), p. 90b; (68), p. 91b; Witchampton (5), p. 108a.

Dykes, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Earthworks, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks and Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

East Borough, Wimborne Minster, p. 90a.

Eastbury Park, pp. xxxii, xxxix, xlvii.

Easter Sepulchre(?): Cranborne (1), pp. xl, 7a, Pl. 12; Gussage All Saints (1), p. xli.

East Hemsworth, Witchampton, p. 104a.

" Street, Wimborne Minster, p. 87a.

" " Roman road V, p. xxxiv.

" Woodyates, Pentridge, p. 53b.

Eastworth Farm, Verwood (8), p. 73a.

Ebblake, Verwood, p. 72b.

Ebenezer Chapel, Alderholt (2), p. 1b.

Edmondsham, p. 16a.

" House, Edmondsham (4), pp. xliv, xlviii, 17a, Pls. 28–9.

Effigies, Monumental:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, 13th-century: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-, 14th-century: Horton (1), p. 35b, Pl. 10; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b, Pl. 11.
-, 15th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b, Pl. 10.
-, 17th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a, Pl. 13; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b, Pl. 14; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b, Pl. 13.

Eggardon, Roman road VII, p. XXXV.

Eliott:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, 1641, alabaster figure, Cranborne (1), p. 7a, Pl. 15.

Elizabeth I, see Heraldry.

Elm Grove, Pamphill (6), p. 48a.

Enclosures, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks.

Engravers, see Painters and Engravers.

Epaulement, Pentridge (16), p. 55a.

Ernle, arms of, see Heraldry.

Ethelred, King, Wimborne Minster (1), pp. 79, 84, Pl. 20.

Ethelwold, Shapwick (34), p. 61b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 78b.

E(t)trick(e):
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Anthony, 1693/1703, sarcophagus, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b, Pl. 11.
-, Anthony, 1722, donor of alms-dish, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.
-, W. E[tricke], 1663, floor-slab, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-, William, 1716, tablet, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.

Evans, William, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Exeter, Gertrude, Marchioness of, Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xli, 84a.

Farr's House, Pamphill (45), p. 50b.

Fields:
-, 'Celtic', see pp. 117–19.
-, Open and Strip, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks, Cultivation Remains.

Fireplaces and Overmantels (notable):
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlvii.
-, 17th-century: Cranborne (4), p. 12, Pl. 36b; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 96b, Pl. 76; Witchampton (3), p. 107b.
-, 18th-century: Cranborne (5), p. 13a, Pl. 46 (two); Moor Crichel (2), p. 43a, Pls. 37, 53; Pamphill (7), p. 48b; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 96b, Pl. 37.

Fitch, arms of, see Heraldry. See also Russell.

Fitche's Bridge, Pamphill (2), p. 45b.

Fitzpiers, arms of, see Heraldry.

Flagons, see Plate, Church.

Fleming, see Wyndham.

Fleur-de-lis Inn, Cranborne (6), p. 13a.

Flint artefacts, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Flitcroft, Henry, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Floor-slabs, see Monuments, Funeral.

Fonts:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, 12th-century: Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65a; (2), p. 66a; West Parley (1), p. 75b, Pl. 18; Woodlands (2), p. 112a.
-, 13th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a, Pl. 18; Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Hinton Martell (1), p. 30a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a, Pl. 18.
-, 14th-century: Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19a.
-, 15th-century: Charlbury (1), p. 3a; Long Crichel (1), p. 38b.
-, Mediaeval: Witchampton (1), p. 105a.
-, 17th-century: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a, Pl. 18.
-, 18th-century: Chalbury (1), p. 3a; Edmondsham (1), p. 16b.

Fore Dyke, Pentridge (16), p. 55b.

Fort, Thomas, master mason, Cranborne (4), p. 10a.

Foss Way, Roman road, p. xxxi.

Foster, Francis, see Bellfounders.

"W., inscription on bell, Hampreston (1), p. 27b.

Fox and Hounds Inn, Hampreston (8), p. 28a.

French's Farm, Wimborne St. Giles (20), p. 99a.

Frogmore Farm, Sixpenny Handley (5), p. 66b.

Fry: Arms of, see Heraldry. See also Hussey.
-, " John, 1726, floor-slab, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.

Gallo-Belgic Pottery, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Garston Down, 'Celtic' field group (85), p. 118b.

Gaunt's House, Hinton Martell (2), p. 30b.

Gazebo, Sutton Holms, Wimborne St. Giles (25), p. 99b, Pl. 32.

Geology of East Dorset, p. xxiii.

George II, arms of, see Heraldry.

" III, arms of, see Heraldry.

George Inn, Wimborne Minster (43), p. 89b.

Gerard, arms of, see Heraldry.

Gibbon, Edward, Moor Crichel (2), p. 41b.

Giles, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Gillingham, Roger, Pamphill (3), p. 46a.

Gillingham's Almshouses and School, Pamphill (3), p. 46a, Pl. 60.

Gillingham, Anonymous silversmith, see Silversmiths.

Giorgione, see Painters and Engravers.

Giovanni da Udine, see Painters and Engravers

Glass: coloured, in windows:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, 15th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a; Pamphill (1), p. 45b; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a.
-, 16th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a; (7), p. 86b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a.
-, 19th-century: Hampreston (3), p. 27b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.

Glover, arms of, see Heraldry.

Glyn: see also Carr-Glyn.
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Thomas Christopher, 1827, tablet, Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b.
-, Sir Richard, 1838, and his wife Mary (Plumptre), 1832, tablet, Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b.

Goddard, family, headstones and table-tombs, Pentridge (1), p. 53b.

God's Blessing Farm, Holt (9), p. 33a.

" " Green, Holt, p. 32; (10), p. 33a.

Govis, arms of, see Heraldry.

Graffiti:
-, Cranborne (1), p. 7a; West Parley (1), p. 75b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a; Woodlands (1), p. 112a.

Grange Farm, Holt, p. 32a.

Gratian, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Great Barrow, Woodlands (46), pp. xxviii, 116b.

Greatstreet, Roman road V, p. xxxiii.

Greathead:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Edward, 1803, tablet, Hampreston (1), p. 27b.
-, Edward, 1840, and Mary Elizabeth (Glyn), 1864, tablet, Hampreston (1), p. 27b.

Green, C., excavations at Long Crichel (20), p. 40a.

Grim's Ditch, Pentridge (17), pp. xxvii, 56a.

Grotto, Wimborne St. Giles (6), p. 97a.

Gulliver's Farm, West Moors (2), p. 74b.

Gussage All Saints, p. 18a.

" Down, Gussage St. Michael (8), p. 24b; 'Celtic' fields group (82), p. 118a.

" House, Gussage All Saints (3), pp. xlviii, 19b, Pl. 29.

" Hill, Settlement, Gussage St. Michael (7), pp. xxv, 24a; 'Celtic' fields, p. 117a.

" St. Andrew, Sixpenny Handley, p. 67a.

" St. Michael, p. 22a.

Hamelyn, arms of, see Heraldry.

Hammond, New Testament Paraphrase . . ., Cranborne (1), p. 6b.

Hampreston, p. 26b.

Hamworthy, Roman road II, to Donhead, p. xxix.

Handley, see Sixpenny Handley, p. 64b.

" Common, Sixpenny Handley (51–4), p. 72a; 'Celtic' field groups (84–5), p. 118.

" Hill, Sixpenny Handley (18), p. 68b.

" " Group of Barrows, Wimborne St. Giles (87–9), p. 102a.

" House, Sixpenny Handley (3), p. 66b.

Hanham:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Thomas, 1650, wall-monument, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b, Pl. 16.
-, Sir William and Mary (Norris), married 1717, Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86a.

Hanlega, Sixpenny Handley, p. 64b.

Hansom, Charles, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Hardman, John, stained glass, Hampreston (3), p. 27b.

Hardwick, P. C., see Architect, Builders and Surveyors.

Hare Lane Farm, Cranborne (29), p. 14b.

Harley Down, p. xxxiii; 'Celtic' field group (82), p. 118a.

" Wood, Gussage All Saints (22), p. 21a.

Hart's Farm, Horton (11), p. 37a.

Hastings:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Henry, 1650, Dorothy (Willobye) his wife, 1638, and Sir George, 1651, their son, wall-monument, Horton (1), p. 35b.
-, Family seat, Woodlands (3), p. 112a.

Hawles, John, 1571, table-tomb, Cranborne (1), p. 7a.

Hayward's Farm, Verwood (9), p. 73a.

Heckington, arms of, see Heraldry.

Helmets:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, 16th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83b, Pl. 40.
-, 17th-century: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a.

Hemedesworde, Witchampton, p. 104b.

Hemsworth (farmhouse), Witchampton (18), pp. xxxvi, 108b.

Henge, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Heraldry:
-, See also General Armorial for Dorset, p. 121.
-, Panels of Royal Arms in Churches:
-,-, Sectional Preface, p. xliii.
-,-, Anne: Cranborne (1), p. 7b.
-,-, Charles II: Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Hampreston (1), p. 27b.
-,-, Elizabeth I: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.
-,-, George II: Hampreston (1), p. 27b.
-,-, George III: Edmondsham (1), p. 17a; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a.
-,-, Hanoverian: Hinton Martell (1), p. 30b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a, Pl. 73.
-,-, Stuart: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a, Pl. 40.
-, Badges:
-,-, Bourchier: West Parley (1), p. 76a.
-,-, Maltravers: West Parley (1), p. 76a.
-,-, Tudor: Cranborne (1), p. 7a; West Parley (1), p. 76a.
-, Crests:
-,-, Ashley: Wimborne St. Giles (1), pp. 93–4.
-,-, Okeden: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a.
-, Shields-of-Arms:
-,-, Abbis: Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.
-,-, Alie: Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65b.
-,-, Allye: Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86b.
-,-, Ashley: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b; (2), p. 94a; (4), p. 95a.
-,-, Ashley-Cooper: Cranborne (1), p. 7b; Wimborne St. Giles (25), p. 100a.
-,-, Astlpy: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Bacon: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Bankes: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83b.
-,-, Baskett: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-,-, Beethell: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Beseley: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Bower: Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.
-,-, Braose: Horton (1), p. 35b.
-,-, Broughton: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Brouncker: Cranborne (2), p. 7b.
-,-, Burdett: Cranborne (1), p. 7b.
-,-, Calandrine: Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19b.
-,-, Caerleon: Cranborne (4), p. 11a.
-,-, Camois: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Carr-Glyn: Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b.
-,-, Castile: Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86b.
-,-, Cecil: Cranborne (4), p. 11a.
-,-, Cole: Witchampton (1), p. 105a, Pl. 15.
-,-, Colles: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a.
-,-, Constantine: Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86b.
-,-, Cooper: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Davenant: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a, Pl. 11.
-,-, Delafield?: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83a.
-,-, Doddington: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Dormer: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Dowse: Horton (1), p. 35b.
-,-, Eliott: Cranborne (1), p. 7, Pl. 15.
-,-, Ernle: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a.
-,-, Etrick, Ettrick, Ettricke: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84–5, Pl. 11.
-,-, Fitch: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Fitzpiers?: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b, Pl. 11.
-,-, Fry: Edmondsham (1), p. 17b.
-,-, Gerard: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a.
-,-, Glover, Hampreston (1), p. 27b.
-,-, Glyn: Hinton Parva (1), p. 31a.
-,-, Govis: Long Crichel (1), p. 38b.
-,-, Greathead: Hampreston (1), p. 27b.
-,-, Hamelyn: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Hanham: Shapwick (1), p. 59a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83–4; (7), p. 86b.
-,-, Hastings: Hinton Martell (1), p. 30b; Horton (1), p. 35b.
-,-, Heckington: Cranborne (4), p. 11a.
-,-, Hody: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Hookes: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.
-,-, Hooper: Cranborne (1), p. 7, Pl. 13; (2), p. 7; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a.
-,-, Hopper: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Hopton: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-,-, Hussey: Edmondsham (1), pp. 16, 17; Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-,-, Kentish: Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86b.
-,-, Kinsman: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-,-, Lane: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Leigh: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Leon: Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86b.
-,-, Long: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b; (7), p. 86b.
-,-, Malmains: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Manners: Wimborne St. Giles (25), p. 100a.
-,-, Montagu, Montague or Montacute: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83b.
-,-, Monthermer: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83b.
-,-, Moore: Cranborne (1), p. 7a.
-,-, Morton: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-,-, Napier: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a; (2), p. 43b.
-,-, Neville: Cranborne (1), p. 6b.
-,-, Neville: Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86b.
-,-, Norris: Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86b.
-,-, Okeover: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Paulet: Edmondsham (1), pp. 16b, 17a; Witchampton (1), p. 105a, Pl. 15.
-,-, Peyto: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Player: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Plecy: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Plumptre: Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b.
-,-, Popham: Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86b.
-,-, Port or Porte: Cranborne (1), p. 7a; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94b.
-,-, Pury: Witchampton (1), p. 105a.
-,-, Queen's College, Oxford: Hampreston (1), p. 27b.
-,-, Rumsey: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Russell: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Scobel: Witchampton (1), p. 105a, Pl. 15.
-,-, Somerset, Duke of: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Sturt: Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.
-,-, Talbot: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-,-, Talbot: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b; (4), p. 95a.
-,-, Uvedale: Horton (1), p. 35b; Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Vere?: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83b.
-,-, Walcot: Cranborne (4), p. 11a.
-,-, Wayte: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.
-,-, Willis: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.
-,-, Willoughby, Willobye: Horton (1), p. 35b.
-,-, Winstone: Cranborne (4), p. 11a.
-,-, Wyndham: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.
-, Unidentified Coats: Cranborne (1), p. 7a; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a.

Higden, Robert, donor of plate, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.

High Hall, Pamphill (7), pp. xlv, xlviii, 48a, Pl. 29.

" Lea Farm Group of Barrows, Hinton Martell (17–26), p. 31.

" Street, Wimborne Minster, p. 88a.

'Hillamsland', Hampreston (28), p. 29a.

Hill Copse, Pentridge (16), p. 55b.

Hill-forts, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Hinton Martell, p. 30a.

" Parva, p. 31b.

Hiscock, of Blandford, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Hoare, Sir Richard Colt, excavations at Wimborne St. Giles (94–124), pp. 102–4.

Hobson, Thomas, rector, 1815, inscription, Pentridge (1), p. 53b.

Hody, arms of, see Heraldry.

Hog Cliff Hill, Roman road VI, p. xxxv.

Hogstock Coppice, p. xxxii.

Holly Cottage, Verwood (12), p. 73a.

" Farm, Pamphill (64), p. 51a, Pl. 31.

Holt, p. 32a.

" Farm, Holt (6), p. 33a.

" Forest, Holt, p. 32a.

" Heath, Holt (31–2), p. 34a.

" Lodge Farm, Holt (4), p. 33a.

Holwell, Cranborne (33), p. 15b.

" Farm, Cranborne, p. 5a.

Holy Cross Abbey, Stapehill, Hampreston, (32), (34), p. 29b.

Home Farm, Alderholt (4), p. 2a; Hampreston (21), p. 28b.

Homer's Wood, Horton (23), p. 38a.

Honeybrook Farm, Holt, p. 32a.

Hooper:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Ann (Moore), 1637, Katherine, 1637, Thomas, 1638, and others of same family, 1654–71, and Katherine (Fleming) Wyndham, 1693, sometime wife of Edward Hooper, wall-monument, Cranborne (1), p. 7a.
-, John and Elizabeth (Chafin), c. 1600, table-tomb, Cranborne (1), p. 7a, Pl. 13.
-, Thomas, 1753, Purbeck marble slab, Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a.

Hookes, arms of, see Heraldry.

Hopper:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Ann, 1680, floor-slab, Horton (1), p. 35b.

Hopton, arms of, see Heraldry.

Horsith, Verwood, p. 72b.

Horton, p. 34b.

" Common, p. 34b.

" " Group of Barrows, Horton (19–22), p. 37b.

" House, Horton (5), pp. xlv, 36a.

" Inn, Horton (4), p. 36a.

" Tower, Horton (7), p. 37a, Pl. 49.

House Plans, see Dwellings.

Houses (notable):
-, Of the 13th-century: Cranborne (4), p. 7b; Witchampton (2), p. 105b.
-, Of the 15th-century: Cranborne (30), p. 14b; Witchampton (2), p. 105b.
-, Of c. 1500: Colehill (1), p. 4a; Horton (6), p. 36b.
-, Of the 16th-century: Edmondsham (4), p. 17a; Gussage St. Michael (5), p. 23b; Shapwick (4), p. 59b; Wimborne St. Giles (21), p. 99a; Witchampton (3), p. 106b; Woodlands (3), p. 112a.
-, Of c. 1600: Colehill (1), p. 4a; Sixpenny Handley (9), p. 67a.
-, Of the 17th-century: Cranborne (4), p. 7b; Gussage All Saints (3), p. 19b; Pamphill (4), p. 46a; (5), p. 47b; (7), p. 48a; Wimborne Minster (33), p. 88b; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 94a.
-, Of the 18th-century: Colehill (1), p. 4a; Cranborne (5), p. 12b; Edmondsham (4), p. 17a; Moor Crichel (2), p. 41b; Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86a; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 94a.
-, Of the 19th-century: Cranborne (20), p. 13b; Holt (3), p. 32b; Pamphill (4), p. 46a; Wimborne Minster (49), p. 90a.

Hussey:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John Fry, 1760, floor-slab, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.
-, John Fry, 1765, floor-slab, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.
-, Mrs. Philadelphia Fry, 1777, floor-slab, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.
-, Robert, 1731, donor of plate, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.
-, Thomas, 1639, monument, Shapwick (1), p. 59a, Pl. 15 (also floor-slab).
-, Thomas, 1684, wall-tablet, Edmondsham (1), p. 16b (also floor-slab).
-, Thomas, 1685, donor of plate, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.
-, Thomas, 1745, floor-slab, Edmondsham (1), p. 17a.

Horse Down, Long Crichel (5), p. 38b.

Humby's Stock Coppice, Sixpenny Handley (20), pp. xxv, 69; (55– 6), p. 72a.

Hyde Crook Belt, Roman road VI, p. xxxv.

Hypocaust, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Ibernio, p. xxi.

Ilsington Wood, Roman road V, p. xxxiv.

Image, see Sculptured Stonework.

Industrial Buildings, see also Mills:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlvi; Chalbury (4), p. 3b, Pl. 31; Wimborne St. Giles (14), p. 98a, Pl. 61; Woodlands (5), p. 112b.

Ine, King of Wessex (688–726), Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xxxviii, 78b.

Inhumations, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Inns:
-, Albion Hotel: Wimborne Minster (34), p. 89a.
-, Angel Inn: Hampreston (29), p. 29a.
-, Crown Hotel: Wimborne Minster (38), p. 89b.
-, Fleur-de-Lis Inn: Cranborne (6), p. 13a.
-, Fox and Hounds Inn: Hampreston (8), p. 28a.
-, George Inn: Wimborne Minster (43), p. 89b.
-, Horton Inn: Horton (4), p. 36a.
-, New Inn: Wimborne Minster (34), p. 89a.
-, Shaftesbury Arms Inn: Pentridge (9), p. 54b.
-, White Hart Inn: Hampreston (26), p. 29a; Wimborne Minster (42), p. 89b.

Iron Age, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Ivy House, Witchampton (11), p. 108a.

Iwerne Minster, Sixpenny Handley, p. 64b.

Jack's Hedge Corner, settlement, Cranborne (34), pp. xxv, 15b.

James, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Jesuits, see Caryll.

Jewel, Bishop, Treatises, Cranborne (1), p. 6b.

John, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

John, King, Cranborne (4), pp. xliv, 8a.

Jordan Hill, Cranborne (33), p. 15b.

Julian's Bridge, Wimborne Minster (5), p. 85b, Pl. 26.

Keeper's Cottage, Hampreston (15), p. 28a.

" Hill, Hampreston (32–45), pp. 29–30.

" Lodge, Pamphill (14), p. 49a.

Kelloway, H., inscription on bell, Hampreston (1), p. 27b.

Kenelm, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Kent, D., churchwarden, inscription on bell, Witchampton (1), p. 105a.

Kent, Samuel, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Kentish, arms of, see Heraldry.

King Barrow, Alderholt (13), p. 2b.

King Down Farm:
-, Roman road near, p. xxxiii.
-, Barrows, Pamphill (78–80), p. 52b.
-, Barrow group, Pamphill (86–9), p. 53a.

King Street, Wimborne Minster, p. 87a.

Kingston, Pamphill, p. 44b.

" Lacy, Pamphill (4), pp. xliv, xlviii, 46a, Pls. 35, 57–9.

Kingsway, Roman road V, p. xxxiii.

Kinsman, arms of, see Heraldry.

Knight, William, see Bellfounders.

Knob's Crook, Woodlands (18), pp. xxviii, 113b.

Knoll Hill, Woodlands (66), p. 116b.

Knott, W., Wimborne Minster (4), p. 85b.

Knowlton, Woodlands (16), pp. xxxvi, 113a.

" Church, Woodlands (1), p. 111a, Pl. 88.

" Circles, Woodlands (19–22), p. 113b.

" " Group of Barrows, Woodlands (29–65), p. 116.

Lake Farm, Pamphill, Roman roads, p. xxxii.

" Gates, Pamphill (69), pp. xxvi, 51b.

Lane:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Bartholomew, 1679, slate tablet, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b, Pl. 16.

Langeford, West Moors, p. 74a.

Langhorne, John, see Bellfounders.

Langton House, joinery brought from, Hampreston (6), p. 28a.

Launceston Down Group of Barrows, Long Crichel (10–13), p. 39b.

Lawn Farm, Hampreston (31), p. 29a.

Leaze, The, settlement remains on, Wimborne Minster (82), pp. xxvii, 91b.

Letcern, 1623, Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xli, 84b, Pl. 21.

Legio II Augusta, p. xxxi.

Leicester, earls of, Wimborne Minster, p. 78a.

Leigh, arms of, see Heraldry.

" House, Colehill (2), p. 4b.

Leofgyth, St., Wimborne Minster (1), p. 78b.

Leon, arms of, see Heraldry.

Lewens, Wimborne Minster (8), p. 86b, Pl. 72.

Library, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.

Licinus of La Graufesenque, potter, Pamphill (69), p. 51b.

Linear Dykes, p. xxv; see also Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Little Almer Wood, Roman road V, p. xxxiv.

Little Canford, Hampreston (10–14), p. 28a.

" Crichel, p. 40b.

" Moors Farm, Hampreston (16), p. 28a.

" Pamphill, p. 50b.

Lloyd, Elizabeth, 1748, tablet, Hampreston (1), pp. xlii, 27b, Pl. 17.

Lodge Down, enclosure, Pamphill (92), p. 53a.

" Farm, Pamphill (11), p. 48b.

Londonderry, Lord, owner of Pentridge (2), p. 53b.

Long, arms of, see Heraldry.

Long Ash Lane, Roman road V, p. xxxv.

Long Barrows, p. xxvi; see also Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

" Crichel, p. 38a.

" " House, Long Crichel (2), p. 38b.

Longham, Hampreston, p. 28b.

" Bridge, Hampreston (4), p. 27b, Pl. 26.

" Farm, Hampreston (20), p. 28b.

" House, Hampreston (19), p. 28b.

Loope, see Warham.

Lower Farm, Gussage St. Michael (3), p. 23b; Sixpenny Handley (9), pp. xlv, 67a, Pl. 30; Pamphill (67), p. 51a.

Lush, John, 1722, and his wife Mary, monument, Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a.

Lydlinch, Lady of, vase, said to have held heart, West Parley (1), p. 76a.

Mag's Barrow, West Parley (12), p. 77a.

Malmains, arms of, see Heraldry.

Malmesbury, William of, Horton (1), p. 34b.

Malt House, Witchampton (8), p. 108a.

Manège, Wimborne St. Giles (8–11), p. 97a.

Manitone, Gussage All Saints, p. 18b.

Manners, arms of, see Heraldry.

Mannington Farm, Holt, pp. xxxvi, 32a.

Manor Farm, Gussage All Saints (5), p. 20a; Gussage St. Michael (4), p. 23b, Pl. 30; Hampreston (6), p. 28a; Hinton Martell (3), p. 30b; Pentridge (11), p. 54b; Sixpenny Handley (4), p. 66b; (14), p. 68a, Pl. 30; Wimborne St. Giles (21), p. 99a.

Manor House, Gussage All Saints (4), p. 20a; Pamphill (5), pp. xlv, xlviii, 47b, Pl. 60; Witchampton (3), pp. xliv, 106b, Pl. 82; (2), p. 105b, Pl. 83.

Manswood, Moor Crichel, p. 40b.

" Farm, Moor Crichel (7), p. 44a.

Margaret, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

" " Hospital of, almshouses, Pamphill (41–4), p. 50a.

Market Cross, Shapwick (2), p. 59a.

" House, Wimborne Minster (40), p. 89b.

Marshall, of Blandford, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

" of Westminster, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Marten, William, 1632, Sarah, 1712, headstones, Hinton Martell (1) p. 30b.

Martin Down, Pentridge (17), p. 56a.

Mary, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Matterley Cottages, Woodlands (26–8), p. 116a.

Maximus, of Lezoux, Pamphill (69), p. 51b.

Mealeburg, Sixpenny Handley (25), p. 70a.

Mears, see Bellfounders.

Medesham, Edmondsham, p. 16a.

Mediaeval and Later Buildings, Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.

Mediaeval and Later Earthworks etc.:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.
-, Banks: Horton (14), p. 37a; Wimborne St. Giles (33), p. 100a; Witchampton (20), p. 109b; Woodlands (16), p. 113b.
-, Bee Garden: Holt (31), p. 34a.
-, Coin, Witchampton (21), p. 110a.
-, Closes: Verwood (57), p. 74a; Wimborne Minster (82), p. 91b; Witchampton (20), p. 109a; Woodlands (16), p. 113b.
-, Cultivation Remains: Long Crichel (5), p. 38b; Shapwick (30), p. 60b.
-, Dams: Holt (30), p. 34a; Horton (14), p. 37a.
-, Deer Parks: Cranborne (32), p. 15b; Wimborne St. Giles (34), (35), p. 100a.
-, Enclosures: Alderholt (12), p. 2b; Holt (31), p. 34a; Sixpenny Handley (18), p. 68b; West Parley (5), p. 76a.
-, Foundations: (?) Wimborne Minster (82), p. 92a; Wimborne St. Giles (31), p. 100a; Witchampton (21), p. 110a.
-, Inhumations: Woodlands (17), p. 113b.
-, Motte and Bailey: Cranborne (31), p. 15b.
-, Moat: Wimborne Minster (9), p. 86a.
-, Mounds: Wimborne Minster (83), p. 92a; Wimborne St. Giles (33), p. 100a.
-, Platforms: Alderholt (12), p. 2b; Chalbury (8), p. 3b; Wimborne Minster (82), p. 91b; Wimborne St. Giles (32), p. 100a; Woodlands (16), p. 113b.
-, Pottery: Chalbury (8), p. 3b; Wimborne Minster (82), p. 92a; Wimborne St. Giles (31), p. 100a; Witchampton (21), p. 110a; Woodlands (16), p. 113b.
-, Ridge-and-Furrow: Long Crichel (5): p. 38b; Wimborne Minster (82): p. 92a.
-, Scarps and Banks: Horton (14): p. 37a; Pentridge (2): p. 54a; Witchampton (20): p. 109a; Woodlands (16), p. 113b.
-, Settlement Remains: Chalbury (8), p. 3b; Gussage All Saints (19), p. 20b; Long Crichel (4), p. 38b; Moor Crichel (8), p. 44a; Sixpenny Handley (17), p. 68b; Wimborne Minster (82), p. 91b; Witchampton (20), p. 109a, Pl. 79; Woodlands (16), p. 113b.

Meeting Places, Non-Conformist:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xxxix.
-, Alderholt (2), p. 1b; Cranborne (3), p. 7b; Edmondsham (2), p. 17a; Hampreston (2), p. 27b; (3), p. 27b; Wimborne Minster (2), p. 85b; (3), p. 85b; Woodlands (9), p. 112b.

Menzocchi, Francesco, see Painters and Engravers.

Michael, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Middle Farm, Long Crichel (3), p. 38b.

Mill Copse, ponds, Edmondsham (14), p. 18a.

" Farm, Witchampton (6), p. 108a.

" House, Wimborne Minster (36), p. 89b; Wimborne St. Giles (14), p. 98a, Pl. 61.

Mills:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlvi.
-, 17th-century: Wimborne St. Giles (14), p. 98a, Pl. 61.
-, 18th-century: Edmondsham (12), p. 17b; Moor Crichel (6), p. 44a; Shapwick (3), p. 59a, Pl. 27; Wimborne Minster (37), p. 89b.
-, 19th-century: Horton (3), p. 36a, Pl. 27; Wimborne Minster (80), p. 91b; Witchampton (6), p. 108a.

Minchington, Sixpenny Handley, pp. 64–7.

" Down, 'Celtic' field Group (83), p. 118.

" Farm, Sixpenny Handley (12), p. 67b.

Mistleberry Wood, hill-fort, Sixpenny Handley (25), pp. xxiv, 70a.

Moat, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks.

Monastic Buildings: Sectional Preface, p. xliii.

Monkton up Wimborne, Wimborne St. Giles (21–4), pp. 92b, 99a.

Montacute, arms of, see Heraldry.

Montagu, arms of, see Heraldry.

Monthermer, arms of, see Heraldry.

Monumental Masons, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Monuments, Funeral:
-, See also, Brasses, Coffin Lids and Effigies.
-, Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, Floor-slabs (notable):
-,-, 15th-century: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-,-, 18th-century: Edmondsham (1), Hussey, Bower, Fry, p. 17a; Sixpenny Handley (2), Williams, p. 66a, Pl. 11.
-, Table or Altar Tombs etc.:
-,-, 14th-century: Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19a.
-,-, 15th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a (? Easter Sepulchre), Pl. 13; Shapwick (1), p. 59a; Wimborne Minster (1), Beaufort, p. 84b.
-,-, 16th-century: Cranborne (1), Hawles, 1571, p. 7a; Wimborne Minster (1), Courtenay, 1558, p. 84b.
-,-, 17th-century: Cranborne (1), Hooper, c. 1600, p. 7a; Edmondsham (1), Willis, 1675, p. 16b; Shapwick (1), Hussey, 1639, p. 59a; Sixpenny Handley (1), Alie, 1579–1631, p. 65b; Wimborne Minster (1), Uvedal(e), 1606, p. 84b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), Ashley, 1628, p. 93b, Pl. 13.
-,-, 18th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), Etricke, 1703, tombchest, p. 84b.
-,-, 19th-century: Moor Crichel (1), Cyfrewast, 1581–99, tombs dated 1850, p. 41a.
-, Wall Monuments and Tablets (notable):
-,-, 17th-century: Cranborne (1), Eliott, p. 7a, Pl. 15; Hooper, p. 7a, Pl. 12; Stillingfleete, p. 7a, Pl. 15; Hampreston (1), Bownes, p. 27b, Pl. 16; Horton (1), Hastings, p. 35b; Uvedale, p. 35b; Moor Crichel (1), Uvedale, p. 41a; Shapwick (1), Hussey, p. 59a, Pl. 15; Sherley, p. 59a, Pl. 16; Wimborne Minster (1), Hanham, p. 84b, Pl. 16; Lane, p. 84b, Pl. 16; Witchampton (1), Cole, p. 105a, Pl. 15; Scobell, p. 105a.
-,-, 18th-century: Hampreston (1), Lloyd, p. 26b, Pl. 17; Shapwick (1), Baskett, p. 59a; Wimborne Minster (1), Constantine, p. 84b, Pl. 17; Russell, p. 84b, Pl. 17; Warham, p. 84b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), Shaftesbury, earls of, p. 93b.
-,-, 19th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a; Wimborne St. Giles (1), Shaftesbury, 5th earl of, p. 93b.

Moore, arms of, see Heraldry.

Moor Crichel, p. 40b.

Moor Farm, Moor Crichel (4), p. 44a.

More, de la, arms of, see Heraldry.

Morecombelake, Roman road VII, p. xxxv.

Morton, arms of, see Heraldry.

Mosaics, see Pavements.

Motte and Bailey, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks.

Mounds, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks, also Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Mudoak Wood, Roman road III, p. xxxii.

Musical Instrument, 18th-century clarinet, Shapwick (1), p. 59a.

Napier:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Sir Nathanial and Sir William, donors of plate, Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a.
-, Sir William, builder of Crichel House, Moor Crichel (2), p. 41b.

Neale, J. P., see Painters and Engravers.

Ness, Elizabeth Mary, 1835, and Richard, 1839, marble tablet, West Parley (1), p. 75b.

Neville:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Lady Cecilia, c. 1438, Cranborne (1), pp. xxxviii, 6b.
-, Ralph, chief forester, 1207–8, Cranborne (4), p. 8a.

New Barn Farm, Woodlands (14), p. 113a.

" Forest Ware, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Pottery.

New Inn, Wimborne Minster (34), p. 89a.

Newman, Elizabeth, 1690, headstone, Hinton Martell (1), p. 30b.

New Town, Verwood, (27–8), p. 73b.

" " Witchampton (12–14), p. 108b.

Nicholas, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Nollekens, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Non-Conformist Chapels, see Meeting Places.

Norden, John, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Norris, arms of, see Heraldry.

North Circle, Woodlands (21), p. 115a.

" Lodge, Wimborne (15), p. 87a.

" Verwood, Verwood (21–4), p. 73b.

Norton, John, printer, Cranborne (1), p. 6b.

Norwood Park, Moor Crichel, p. 40b.

Oak Hill, site of Roman building, Sixpenny Handley (23), p. 69b.

Oakley Down, Roman road IV, p. xxxiii; 'Celtic' field group (85), p. 118b.

" " Group of Barrows, Wimborne St. Giles (94–124), pp. 102–4.

" " Romano-British settlement on, Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b.

" Farm, Romano-British settlement near, Sixpenny Handley (21), p. 69b.

Obelisk, Egyptian, from Philae, Pamphill (4), p. 47b, Pl. 32.

Odiete, Pentridge, p. 53b.

Oke, John and Mary, brass, Shapwick (1), p. 59a, Pl. 20.

Okeden, helmet and crest, Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a.

Okeover, arms of see Heraldry.

Old Barford, Pamphill, p. 44; Pamphill (12), p. 48b.

" Churchyard, enclosure, Woodlands (22), p. 115a.

" Down Cottages, Woodlands (13), p. 113a.

" Manor Farm, Wimborne Minster (9), p. 86b.

Old Rectory, Edmondsham (6), p. 17b; Hinton Martell (4), p. 30b; Hinton Parva (2), p. 31b.

" Sarum to Badbury Rings, Roman road IV, p. xxxii.

Ordgar, earl, see Ordulf.

Ordulf, son of Earl Ordgar, benefactor of Benedictine Abbey at Tavistock, Horton (1), p. 34b.

Organ, 18th-century, Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19b.

Ornamental Buildings:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlv.
-, Cranborne (4), p. 11a, Pl. 45; Horton (7), p. 37a, Pl. 49; Wimborne St. Giles (5), p. 97a; (6), p. 97a, Pl. 32; (7), p. 97a.

Osmond, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Packhorse Bridge, Gussage St. Michael (6), p. 24a.

Pagan-Saxon Burials, Sectional Preface, p. xxviii; Long Crichel (20), p. 40a; Pentridge (24–34), p. 57a; Wimborne St. Giles (120), p. 103b.

Painters and Engravers:
-, A.T.V.: Pamphill (4), p. 47b.
-, Buckler, J.: Cranborne (4), p. 10b; Wimborne Minster (6), p. 86a.
-, Correggio: Pamphill (4), p. 47b.
-, Giorgione: " "
-, Guido Reni: " "
-, Menzocchi, F.: " "
-, Neale, J. P.: " p. 46b.
-, Pegrassi: Pamphill (4), p. 47b.
-, Pryce, B.: Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 94b.
-, Roos, F. de: Cranborne (4), p. 11b.
-, Snyders, F.: Pamphill (4), p. 47b.
-, Stoppelaer, ? H.: Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-, Udine, G. da: Pamphill (4), p. 47b.
-, Van Dyck: Moor Crichel (2), p. 43a; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 96b.
-, Vivares, T.: Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 94b.
-, Veccellio, F.: Pamphill (4), p. 47b.
-, Veronese: " "

Paintings:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, In Churches:
-,-, 13th-century: Pamphill (1), p. 45, Pl. 24; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66, Pl. 24; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85, Frontispiece.
-,-, 14th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7, Pl. 25; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85, Frontispiece.
-,-, 14th or 15th-century: Pamphill (1), p. 45.
-,-, 17th-century: Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66.
-,-, 18th-century: Shapwick (1), p. 59.
-, In Secular Buildings:
-,-, 16th-century: Pamphill (4), p. 47b (Italian schools).
-,-, 17th-century: Pamphill (4), p. 47b (Guido Reni); Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 96b (Van Dyck).
-,-, 18th-century: Moor Crichel (2), p. 43b.

Pamphill, p. 44b.

" Green, Pamphill (45–58), pp. 50–1.

Pane, Richard, 1574, brass, Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19a.

Panelling (notable):
-, 16th-century: Cranborne (2), p. 7b; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 96b, Pl. 35.
-, 17th-century: Pentridge (4), p. 54a; Sixpenny Handley (9), p. 67b; Wimborne Minster (33), p. 89a; Wimborne St. Giles (21), p. 99b.

Panton, James, 1778, tablet, Wimborne Minster (2), p. 85b.

Paradise Farm, Holt (25), p. 33b.

Parke, A. L., excavations at Wimborne St. Giles (115), p. 103b.

Parker, Abbot, of Tewkesbury, 1398–1421, Cranborne (1), pp. xliii, 6a.

Park Farm, Wimborne, Roman road near, p. xxxii.

" House, Woodlands (10), p. 112b.

" Lane Group of Barrows, Shapwick (59–61), p. 64a.

Parley Barrow, West Parley (10), p. 76b.

" Common, West Parley, p. 74b; enclosures, West Parley (5), p. 76a.

Partitions, see Plank and Muntin.

Patens, see Plate, Church.

Paulet, arms of, see Heraldry.

Pavements:
-, Roman, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.
-, Saxon, Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xxxviii, 85a.

Pelten, John and Mary, 1728, headstones, West Parley (1), p. 75b.

Penbury Knoll, hill-fort, Pentridge (18), pp. xxiv, 56a; associated 'Celtic' fields, p. 117a.

Penn Cross, Roman road VII, p. xxxv.

Pentridge, p. 53a.

" Hill, Deer Park, Cranborne (32), p. 15b; 'Celtic' field Group (85), p. 118b.

" House, Pentridge (3), p. 54a.

Perlai, West Parley, p. 74b.

Petersham Farm, Holt (16), pp. xxxvi, 33b.

Peyto, arms of, see Heraldry.

Philae, obelisk from, Pamphill (4), p. 47b, Pl. 32.

Philipston, Wimborne St. Giles, p. 92a.

Piccadilly Farm, Shapwick (17), p. 60a.

Piggott, S. and C. M., excavations at Long Crichel (10–16), (18), pp. xxviii, 39b.

Pig Oak Farm, Holt (13), p. 33b, Pl. 31.

Pinnocks Moor Bridge, Edmondsham (3), p. 17a.

Piscinae:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, 13th-century: Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.
-, 14th-century: Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.
-, 15th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.

Pistle Down, Edmondsham, p. 16a; barrow, Edmondsham (17), p. 18a.

Pitman, I., inscription on bell, Hampreston (1), p. 27b.

Pitt-Rivers, Gen, p. xxvii; Cranborne (35–6), p. 15b; Pentridge (15), p. 55a; (16), p. 55a; (17), p. 56a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 68b; (22), p. 69b; (23), p. 69b; (27), p. 70b; (28), p. 70b; (29), p. 71a; (30–56), pp. 71–2.

Plank and Muntin Partitions, Sixpenny Handley (9), p. 67b; (12), p. 67b.

Plans of houses, see Dwellings.

Plasterwork, see Ceilings.

Plate, Church:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, Pewter:
-,-, Alms-dishes: Chalbury (1), p. 3a; Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19b; Long Crichel (1), p. 38b; West Parley (1), p. 75b.
-,-, Flagon: Horton (1), p. 35b.
-, Silver:
-,-, Alms-dishes: 18th-century: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.
-,-, Cups with Cover-patens: 16th-century: Pentridge (1), p. 53b; Shapwick (1), p. 59a, Pl. 22; West Parley (1), p. 75b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a. Undated, probably 16th-century: Horton (1), p. 35b, Pl. 22. 17th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a; Edmondsham (1), p. 17a; Hinton Martell (1), p. 30b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.
-,-, Cups without Cover-patens: 16th-century: Alderholt (1), p. 1b. Undated, probably 16th-century: Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19b; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a. 17th-century: Long Crichel (1), p. 38b; Witchampton (1), p. 105a. 18th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a; Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a, Pl. 22; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a.
-,-, Flagons: 17th-century: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a, Pl. 23; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a. 18th-century: Edmondsham (1), p. 17a, Pl. 23; Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a. 19th-century: Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a; Witchampton (1), p. 105a.
-,-, Patens (other than with cups): 17th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a; Witchampton (1), p. 105a. 18th-century: Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19b; Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a; Shapwick (1), p. 59a; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a. 19th-century: Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b; Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a. Undated: Edmondsham (1), p. 17a; Long Crichel (1), p. 38b; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a.
-,-, Miscellaneous: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a (salvers and staff finial, 18th and 19th-century).

Player, arms of, see Heraldry.

Plecy, arms of, see Heraldry.

Plumtre, arms of, see Heraldry.

Pond Head, dam, Holt (30), p. 34a.

Poor-Law Institution, Allen House, Wimborne Minster (51), p. 90a.

Pope, Elizabeth, 1663, stone panel, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.

Popham, arms of, see Heraldry.

Poplar Farm, Pamphill (62), p. 51a.

Porte, arms of, see Heraldry.

Potterne Farm, Verwood, p. 72b.

" House, Verwood (10), p. 73a.

Pottery, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks, also Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Pratt, Sir Roger, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Prehistoric Monuments, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Priest's House, Wimborne Minster (33), p. 88b, Pls. 9, 38, 72.

Prince of Wales (1797), visitor to Moor Crichel (4), pp. xlv.

Pryce, B., see Painters and Engravers.

Puckle, R. M., excavations at Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b.

Pulpits:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, 14th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 7a, Pl. 19.
-, 17th-century: Holt (1), p. 32a, Pl. 19; Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a; West Parley (1), p. 75a, Pl. 19.
-, 18th-century: Chalbury (1), p. 3; Witchampton (1), p. 105a.

Purdue, Roger, see Bellfounders.

Pury, arms of, see Heraldry.

Pyke, T., see Bellfounders.

Quarter Sessions, orders of 1664, Horton (2), p. 35b; of 1666–7, Wimborne Minster (4), p. 85b; of 1728–9, Hampreston (4), p. 27b.

Queen's College Oxford, arms of, see Heraldry.

Quintus, name scratched on Samian ware, Woodlands (18), p. 113b.

Radipole, Roman road I, p. xxix.

Rahtz, P. A. excavations at Pentridge (16), p. 55a.

Ralph's Barrow, West Parley (13), p. 77a.

Rear Dyke, Pentridge (16), p. 55a.

Red Bridge, Hampreston (5), p. 28a.

" House Museum, finds from Hampreston (32–45), p. 29b.

Redman, William, 1636, donor of sundial, Hinton Martell (1), p. 30b.

Redman's Hill, barrows on, Horton (19–22) and linear dyke (23), p. 37b.

Reni, Guido, see Painters and Engravers.

Reredos, 18th-century, Horton (1), pp. xl, 35b.

Richmond Cottage, Gussage All Saints (17), p. 20b.

Ridge-and-Furrow, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks.

Ridgeways, p. xxix.

Riding House, Wimborne St. Giles (8), p. 97a, Pl. 75.

Ridout, John, 1773, and Elizabeth, 1791, wall-monument, Witchampton (1), p. 105a.

Rockbourne, Sir John Cooper of, Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 94b.

Rolle, William, rector, 1505–21, shield on window, Witchampton (3), p. 107a.

Roman and Prehistoric Monuments and Finds:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xxiv.
-, Agriculture:
-,-, Animal Bones: Gussage All Saints (20), p. 21a; Pentridge (14), p. 55a; Holt (32), p. 34a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a.
-,-, Corn-Drying Ovens: Pentridge (15), p. 55a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a.
-,-, Fields, see 'Celtic'.
-,-, Grain: Gussage All Saints (20), p. 21a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a.
-,-, Grain rubber: Sixpenny Handley (27), p. 70b.
-,-, Implements: Gussage All Saints (20), p. 21a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a.
-,-, Storage Pits (Iron Age): Gussage All Saints (20), p. 21a; Sixpenny Handley (20), p. 69b; West Parley (6), p. 76a.
-,-, Storage Pits (Roman): Gussage All Saints (20), p. 21a; Pamphill (69), p. 51b; Pentridge (15), p. 55a; Shapwick (33), p. 61b; Sixpenny Handley (19–20), p. 69b.
-, Barrow Groups: Gussage All Saints (23–30), p. 21a, Pl. 55; (31–40), p. 21b; (41–57), pp. 21–2, Pl. 48; Gussage St. Michael (16–17), p. 26a; (18–25), p. 26a; (26–8), (34–5), p. 26a; Hampreston (32–5), (36–40), p. 29b; Hinton Martell (17–26), p. 31a; Horton (19–22), p. 37b; Long Crichel (8–9), (10–13), (14–16), p. 39b; (17–23), (29–31), p. 40a; Pamphill (75–7), (78–80), p. 52b; (81–5), p. 52b; Pentridge (27–8), (29–32), (33–4), p. 57b; Shapwick (40–44), p. 63a; (47–55), pp. 63–4; (59–61), p. 64a; Sixpenny Handley (31–4), (36–8), (39–40), p. 71a; (43–50), (51–4), (55–6), p. 72a; Wimborne St. Giles (39–43), (44–53), (54–8), (59–61), (62–8), (70–3), p. 101; (75–82), (84–6), (87–9), (90–3), (94–124), pp. 102–4; Woodlands (27–8), (29–65), p. 116.
-, Barrows, Long: Gussage St. Michael (10–15), p. 25b; Pentridge (19–23), p. 55–6; Sixpenny Handley (29), p. 71a; Wimborne St. Giles (38), p. 101a.
-, Barrows, Round:
-,-, Bell: Edmondsham (16), p. 18a; Gussage All Saints (44), p. 21b; Hampreston (42–3), p. 30a; Long Crichel (19–20), p. 40a; Wimborne St. Giles (91), p. 102a; (102), p. 103a; (121), p. 104a.
-,-, Bowl: Alderholt (13), p. 2b; Cranborne (35–6), p. 15b; Edmondsham (15), p. 18a; (17), p. 18a; Gussage All Saints (30–1), (33–4), (36–42), (45–8), (50–62), pp. 21–2; Gussage St. Michael (16–17), (19–32), p. 26a; (34–5), p. 26b; Hampreston (32–41), (44–5), pp. 29–30; Hinton Martell (17), (26), p. 31a; Holt (33), p. 34b; Horton (16–22), p. 37b; Long Crichel (10–18), p. 39b; (21–3), (29–31), p. 40a; Pamphill (86–9), p. 53a; Pentridge (24–6), (29–34), p. 57a; Shapwick (38), (40–1), (43–5), (47), p. 63b; (48–50), (52–5), p. 64a; Sixpenny Handley (31), (35–40), p. 71b; (41–56), p. 72a; Verwood (58–63), p. 74a; West Parley (8–11), p. 76b; (12–13), p. 77a; Wimborne St. Giles (44–56), (58–60), (62), (64–72), p. 101; (73–90), (92–98), p. 102; (100), (104–5), (107–8), (110), (115–120), p. 103; (122–4), p. 104; Woodlands (24–5), p. 115b; (29), (32), (34), (36), (42), p. 116.
-,-, Disc: Gussage All Saints (49), p. 21b; Gussage St. Michael (33), p. 26b; Wimborne St. Giles (101), (103), (106), (111–3), p. 103.
-,-, Elongated: Wimborne St. Giles (99), p. 102b; (109), p. 103a.
-,-, Saucer: Wimborne St. Giles (114), p. 103b.
-,-, Unspecified: Chalbury (9), p. 4b; Colehill (4–9), p. 4b; Cranborne, p. 15b; Gussage All Saints (23–9), p. 21a; (32), (35), (43), p. 21b; Gussage St. Michael (18), p. 26a; Hinton Martell (18– 25), p. 31a; Holt (32), p. 34a; Long Crichel (8–9), p. 39b; (24–8), p. 40a; Pamphill (74–85), (90–1), pp. 52–3; Pentridge (27–8), p. 57b; Shapwick (37), (39), (42), (51), (56–9), (61–2), pp. 63–4; Sixpenny Handley (30), (32–4), p. 71b; Verwood (64), p. 74a; Wimborne St. Giles (39–42), (57), (61), (63), p. 101; Woodlands (26–8), (30–1), (33), (35), (37–41), (43–65), p. 116.
-, Beads (Amber): Horton (15), p. 37f; Wimborne St, Giles (91), (99), p. 102; (103), (111), (112), (120), p. 103.
-, Bone Pin (decorated): Edmondsham (16), p. 18a.
-, Buildings (Roman):
-,-, General: Cranborne (33), p. 15b; Hinton Parva (3), p. 32a; Pamphill (69), p. 51b; (70), p. 52a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a; (23), p. 69b; Witchampton (23), p. 110b.
-,-, Temple: (?) Witchampton (23), p. 110b.
-,-, Villa: Witchampton (23), p. 110a.
-,-, See also: Floors, Boarded. Plunge Bath. Roofing tiles and slabs. Tessellated Pavements.
-, Burials:
-,-, Beaker Inhumations: Cranborne (35–6), p. 15b; Gussage St. Michael (12), p. 25b; Long Crichel (19), p. 40a; Sixpenny Handley (28), p. 70b.
-,-, Cremations: In Cists: Gussage St. Michael (16–35), p. 26a; Pentridge (24–34), p. 57a; Shapwick (37–62), p. 63a; Sixpenny Handley (31), p. 71b; Wimborne St. Giles (96), p. 102b; (104), p. 103a. In Urns: Gussage All Saints (62), p. 22a; Gussage St. Michael (18–25), p. 26a; Hampreston (36), (37), (38), (40), p. 29b; Horton (16–22), p. 37b; Long Crichel (10–11), (14–16), p. 39b; (20), p. 40a; Pamphill, p. 51b; (86), p. 52a; Shapwick (34), p. 63a; (37–62), p. 63a; Sixpenny Handley (31), (35), (37), p. 71b; (48–9), p. 72a; Verwood (58), p. 74a; West Parley (9), p. 76b; Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b; (79), (88), (91), (95), (97–8), p. 102; (101), p. 103a; (121), p. 104a. Unspecified: Edmondsham (16), p. 18a; Gussage St. Michael (18–25), p. 26a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a; (42–3), p. 72; Wimborne St. Giles (88), (90), (99), p. 102; (115), (118), p. 103b.
-,-, Inhumations and Interments: Gussage St. Michael (12), p. 25b; (18–25), p. 26a; Long Crichel (12), p. 39b; (18–20), p. 40a; Pentridge (15), p. 55a; Shapwick (37–62), p. 63a; Sixpenny Handley (29), p. 71b; West Parley (9), p. 76b; Wimborne St. Giles (98), p. 102a; (110), (118), (120), p. 103b; (121), p. 104a; Witchampton (22), p. 110a; (24), p. 110b. With food vessels: Long Crichel (19), p. 40a; Shapwick (37–62), p. 63a. In Pits or Ditches: Gussage All Saints (20), p. 21a; Pentridge (15), p. 55a; Sixpenny Handley (40), p. 71b; Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b; Woodlands (18), p. 113b.
-,-, Urnfields: Hampreston, p. 29b; (36–40), p. 29b; Sixpenny Handley (37), p. 71b.
-, 'Celtic' Fields, pp. 117–19.
-, Ceremonial Monuments, see Cursus and Henge.
-, Coins:
-,-, Iron Age: Pentridge (15), p. 55a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a.
-,-, Roman: Cranborne (33), p. 15b; (34), p. 15b; Horton (15), [hoard] p. 37b; Pamphill [hoard], p. 51b; Pentridge (14), (15), p. 55a; Shapwick (31), p. 61a; (33), p. 61b; (34), p. 63a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a; (20), p. 69b; (21), p. 69b; (23) [hoard], p. 69b; Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b; (115), p. 103b; Witchampton (22), (23), p. 110.
-, Corn Drying Oven, see Agriculture.
-, Cups, see Pottery.
-, Deer Bone (sharpened): Holt (32), p. 34a.
-, Cursus (Neolithic): Gussage St. Michael (9), p. 24a.
-, Dykes and Ditches:
-,-, Boundary Ditches and Linear Dykes: Gussage All Saints (21), p. 21a; Horton (23), p. 37b; Long Crichel (6–7), pp. 38–9, Pl. 85; Pentridge (16–7), pp. 55–6, Pl. 56.
-, Enclosures:
-,-, 'Banjo'-type, see p. xxv.
-,-, Bronze Age: Shapwick (35), p. 63a.
-,-, Iron Age and/or Romano-British: Gussage All Saints (20), p. 20b; Gussage St. Michael (8), p. 24b; Long Crichel (6), p. 38b, Pl. 85; Pamphill (72), p. 52a; (73), p. 52b; Shapwick (34), p. 61b; Sixpenny Handley (21), (24), p. 69b; (26), p. 70a.
-, Fields, see 'Celtic'.
-, Flint Artefacts: Edmondsham (16), p. 18a; Wimborne St. Giles (110), p. 103.
-, Floors, boarded: Witchampton (22), p. 110a.
-, Fort, Roman: Pamphill (69), p. 51a.
-, Funeral Pyres: Edmondsham (16), p. 18a; Sixpenny Handley (45), p. 72a; Wimborne St. Giles (95), p. 102b.
-, Glass, Roman: Pamphill (69), p. 51a; Witchampton (23), p. 110b.
-, Henge (Neolithic): Woodlands (19–22), p. 113b.
-, Hill-forts: (Iron Age): Pentridge (18), p. 56a; Shapwick (34), p. 61b; Sixpenny Handley (25), p. 70a; West Parley (7), p. 76a.
-, Hypocaust: Gussage St. Michael (7), p. 24b; Witchampton (22), (23), p. 110.
-, Kilns: Pamphill (69), p. 51a.
-, Market or Shrine: Pentridge (15), p. 55a.
-, Metalwork:
-,-, Bronze Artefacts: Awl: Sixpenny Handley (27), p. 70b; Wimborne St. Giles (110–1), (115), p. 103. Bracelets: Shapwick (31), p. 61a; Sixpenny Handley (20), p. 69b; Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b. Brooches: Shapwick (32), p. 61a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a; Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b. Buckle: Pamphill (69), p. 51a. Caskett: Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a. Daggers: Cranborne (35–6), p. 15b; Edmondsham (16), p. 18a; Pentridge (24–34), p. 57a; Wimborne St. Giles (97), (110), p. 103a; (121), p. 104a. Moulds: Gussage All Saints (20), p. 21a. Pin: Wimborne St. Giles (91), p. 102a. Shield: Horton (15), p. 37b. Statuettes: Pamphill (69), p. 51a; Pentridge (15), p. 55a. Wheel Hub: Horton (15), p. 37b.
-,-, Enamel: Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b.
-,-, Iron Artefacts: Clench Bolts: Pentridge (24–34), p. 57a. Spear Head: Horton (15), p. 37b. Sword: Shapwick (34), p. 63a. Tools: Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a. Tweezers: Edmondsham (16), p. 18a.
-, Mosaic floors, see Tessellated Pavements.
-, Occupation, traces of: Hinton Parva (3), p. 32a; Pamphill (70), p. 52b; Pentridge (14), p. 54b; Shapwick (32–3), p. 61a; Sixpenny Handley (20), p. 69b; West Parley (6), p. 76a.
-, Oyster Shells: Cranborne (34), p. 15b; Pamphill (70), p. 52a; (71), p. 52a; Pentridge (14), p. 55b.
-, Pits, Roman: Pamphill (69), p. 51a; Shapwick (33), p. 61b.
-,-, See also Storage Pits, under Agriculture.
-, Plunge Bath: Witchampton (22), p. 110a.
-, Post-holes: Gussage All Saints (20), p. 21a; Hampreston (36), p. 29b.
-, Pottery:
-,-, Bronze Age: Beakers: Cranborne (35–6), p. 15b; Gussage St. Michael (12), p. 25b; Long Crichel (18–19), p. 40a; Sixpenny Handley (28), p. 70b; Pentridge (24–34), p. 57a. Cups (Incense): Wimborne St. Giles (109), p. 103a. Food Vessels: Long Crichel (19), p. 40a; Shapwick (37–62), p. 63a. Urns: Barrel: Hampreston (32–45), p. 29a; Horton (16–22), p. 37b; Long Crichel (10), p. 39b; Sixpenny Handley (37), p. 71b; Wimborne St. Giles (79), p. 102a; (88), p. 102a. Bucket: Cranborne (35–6), p. 15b; Hampreston (32–45), p. 29a; Long Crichel (15), p. 39b; (16), p. 39b; Shapwick (37–62), p. 63a; Wimborne St. Giles (121), p. 104a. Cinerary: Long Crichel (11), p. 39b; (20), p. 40a. Collared: Long Crichel (14), p. 39b; Pamphill (85), ridged, p. 53a; Shapwick (37–62), p. 63a; Sixpenny Handley (31), p. 71b; (35), (36–7), p. 71b; (44), (49), p. 72a; Wimborne St. Giles (95), p. 102b; (101), (119), p. 103. Globular: Hampreston (32–45), p. 29a. Sub-Biconical: Wimborne St. Giles (115), p. 103b. Unspecified: Gussage All Saints (62), p. 22a; Gussage St. Michael (18–25), p. 26a; Hampreston (37), p. 29b; (38), p. 29b; (40), p. 29b; Pamphill, p. 51b; Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b; (91), p. 102a; (97–8), p. 102b; (104), p. 103a; (121), p. 104a.
-,-, Iron Age: Coarse: Gussage St. Michael (7), p. 24b; (18–25), p. 26a; Hampreston, p. 29b; Horton (15), p. 37b; Pentridge (15), p. 55a; Shapwick (32), p. 61b; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a; (30), p. 71a; West Parley (7), p. 76b; Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b. Durotrigian: Pamphill (69), p. 51b; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a. Gallo-Belgic: Pamphill (69), p. 51b.
-,-, Neolithic: Cups: Wimborne St. Giles (Aldbourne) (111), p. 103b; handled, (121), p. 104a. Peterborough Ware: Gussage St. Michael (12), p. 25b. Western Ware: Pamphill, p. 51b. Windmill Hill Ware: Gussage St. Michael (12), p. 25b.
-,-, Roman: Coarse: Cranborne (33), p. 15b; Gussage St. Michael (7), p. 24b; Holt, p. 34a; Horton (15), p. 37b; Pamphill (69), p. 51b; (70), p. 52a; (71), p. 52a; Pentridge (14), p. 55a; Shapwick (31), p. 61b; (32), p. 61b; Sixpenny Handley (19–20), p. 69b; (31), p. 71b; West Parley (7), p. 76b; Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b; (115), p. 103b. Lamps: Pamphill (69), p. 51b. Mortaria: Pamphill (69), p. 51b. Nene Valley Ware: Pamphill (70), p. 52a. New Forest Ware: Cranborne (33), p. 15b; Gussage St. Michael (7), p. 24b; Horton (15), p. 37b; Pamphill (70), p. 52a; (71), p. 52a; Shapwick (31), p. 61a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a; Wimborne St. Giles (115), p. 103b. Samian Ware: Cranborne (33), p. 15b; Gussage St. Michael (7), p. 24b; Horton (15), p. 37b; Pamphill (69), p. 51b; (70), p. 52a; Shapwick (31), p. 61a; (32–3), p. 61b; Sixpenny Handley (19), (21), p. 69a; Woodlands (18), p. 113b. Terra Rubra: Pamphill (69), p. 51–2.
-, Quern (Rotary): Pamphill (71), p. 52a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a.
-, Ring-Ditches, see Barrows—Unspecified.
-, Roads, Roman: Sectional Preface, pp. xxix–xxxv.
-, Roofing tiles and Stone slabs: Cranborne (34), p. 15b; Hinton Parva (3), p. 32a; Pamphill (70), p. 52a; (71), p. 52a; Shapwick (31), p. 61a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a; (23), p. 69b; Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b; Witchampton (22), p. 110a; (23), p. 110b.
-, Settlements:
-,-, Bronze Age: Sixpenny Handley (27), p. 70b.
-,-, Iron Age: Gussage All Saints (20), p. 20b; Gussage St. Michael (7), p. 24b.
-,-, Iron Age and Romano-British: Pamphill (70), p. 52a; (72), p. 52a; (73), p. 52b; Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b; (37), p. 100b.
-,-, Romano-British: Cranborne (34), p. 15b; Gussage St. Michael (7), p. 24b; Pamphill (71), p. 52a; Pentridge (15), p. 55a; Shapwick (31), p. 61a; Sixpenny Handley (21), p. 69b.
-, Storage Pits, see Agriculture.
-, Temple, see Buildings.
-, Tessellated Pavements: Cranborne (33), p. 15b; Sixpenny Handley (23), p. 69b; Witchampton (22), p. 110a; (23), p. 110b.
-, Villa, see Buildings.
-, Weaving Comb: Shapwick (32), p. 61a.
-, Well (Roman): Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a.
-, Wessex Culture Artefacts: Cranborne (35–6), p. 15b; Edmondsham (16), p. 18a.
-, Whetstone: Edmondsham (16), p. 18a; Sixpenny Handley (19), p. 69a.

Roman Roads, see pp. xxix–xxxv.

Romford, farm at Edmondsham, p. 16a.

" Mill, Edmondsham (12), p. 17b.

Roofs (in churches): see also Vaulting.
-, Sectional Preface, p. xxxix.
-, Hammer-beam: Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a (1850); Wimborne Minster (2), p. 85b (1846).
-, Low-pitch, beamed: Cranborne (1), p. 6b (16th century).
-, Tie-beam trusses: Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a (15th century); Sixpenny Handley (2), p. 66a (15th century).
-, Trussed rafter: Edmondsham (1), p. 16b (14th century); Pamphill (1), p. 45b (16th century); Shapwick (1), p. 58b (16th century); West Parley (1), p. 75b (15th century).
-, Wagon: Cranborne (1), p. 6b (15th century).

Roofs (notable, in secular buildings):
-, Arch-braced collar truss:
-,-, 15th-century: Colehill (1), p. 4b; Cranborne (30), p. 14b; Pamphill (11), p. 48b.
-,-, c. 1700: Wimborne St. Giles (21), p. 99b.
-, Collared tie-beam truss:
-,-, c. 1500: Horton (6), p. 36b.
-,-, 16th-century: Wimborne St. Giles (21), p. 99b; Witchampton (3), p. 107b.
-,-, 17th-century: Holt (4), p. 33a; Sixpenny Handley (8), p. 67a; Wimborne Minster (33), p. 89a.
-, Cruck:
-,-, 16th-century: Sixpenny Handley (16), p. 68a.
-, Scissor-brace:
-,-, 16th-century: Cranborne (6), p. 13a.

Roos, F. de, see Painters and Engravers.

Round Barrows, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

" House, Woodlands (5), p. 112b.

Royal Arms, see Heraldry.

Rumbold, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Russell:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Mary (Fitch), 1773, tablet, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b, Pl. 17.
-, Robert, 1718, floor-slab, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.

Ryall's Farm, Gussage St. Michael (5), p. 23b, Pl. 30.

Ryder, Captain Richard, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Rysbrack, J. M., see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Saints, see under proper names.

St. Giles's House, Wimborne St. Giles (4), pp. xliv, 94a. Pls. 74–7, 82.

St. Leonard's Farm, West Moors, p. 74b.

Salisbury Plantation Group of Barrows, Wimborne St. Giles (75–82), p. 102a.

Samian ware, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Pottery.

Sanders (London), see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Sarcophagus, Egyptian, Pamphill (4), p. 47b.

Sarsens associated with barrows, Pentridge (24–34), p. 57a; Wimborne St. Giles (49), p. 101a.

Sawyer, Thomas, mason, Cranborne (4), p. 10b.

Saxon carving, see Sculptured stonework.

Schadow, R., see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Scheemakers, T., see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Scobell:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Elizabeth, 1631, wall-monument, Witchampton (1), p. 105a.

Sculptors and Monumental Masons:
-, Bedford (London): West Parley (1), p. 75b.
-, Hiscock (Blandford): Witchampton (1), p. 105a.
-, Marshall (Blandford): Hampreston (1), p. 27b.
-, Marshall (Westminster): Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b.
-, Nollekens: Hampreston (1), p. 27b.
-, Osmund (Sarum): Cranborne (1), p. 7a; Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65b.
-, Pegrassi (Verona): Pamphill (4), p. 47b.
-, Rysbrack, J. M.: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-, Sanders (London): Cranborne (1), p. 7a.
-, Schadow, R.: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-, Scheemakers, T.: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b.
-, Stuart, James: Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93b

Sculptured Stonework (notable):
-, Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, Pre-Conquest: Cranborne (1), pp. xxxvii, 6a, Pl. 9.
-, 12th-century: Hinton Parva (1), p. 31b, Pl. 9; Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65a; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a, Pl. 8.
-, 13th-century: Cranborne (4), pp. 8b, 11a, Pl. 45; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 81b, Pl. 70.
-, 14th-century: Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19a, Pl. 12.
-, 15th-century: Edmondsham (1), p. 17a; Long Crichel (1), p. 38b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a, Pl. 9; Witchampton (1), p. 105a, Pl. 9.
-, 16th-century: Witchampton (3), p. 107a.
-, 17th-century: Cranborne (4), p. 11a, p. 120 (drawing).

Seating (in churches):
-, Sectional Preface, p. xliii.
-, Benches:
-,-, 16th-century: Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Shapwick (1), p. 59a.
-,-, 18th-century: Chalbury (1), p. 3a.
-, Box Pews:
-,-, 18th-century: Chalbury (1), p. 3a; Horton (1), p. 35b.
-,-, 19th-century: West Parley (1), p. 76a.
-, Chairs:
-,-, 17th-century: Cranborne (1), p. 6b; Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19a; Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Hinton Martell (1), p. 30a; West Parley (1), p. 75b; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.
-,-, 18th-century: Cranborne (2), p. 7b.
-, Choir-stalls:
-,-, 17th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a, Pl. 19.

Sedilia, 14th-century, restored: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 85a.

Sergeant, Antony, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Settlement Remains, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks, and Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Seymour, family, occupiers of Woodlands (3), p. 112a.

Sexpena, Sixpenny Handley, p. 64b.

Shaftesbury Arms Inn, Pentridge (9), p. 54b.

Shapwick, p. 57b.

Sherley, Rev. William, 1657, marble wall-monument, Shapwick (1), pp. xlii, 59a, Pl. 16.

Shields, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Bronze Artefacts.

" of Arms, see Heraldry.

Silversmiths:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, Anonymous 'Gillingham' smith: Horton (1), p. 35b.
-, Stratford, Laurence, of Dorchester: West Parley (1), p. 75b.
-, Wirgman, John: Hampreston (1), p. 27b; Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a.

Sing Close Coppice, Roman road III passing through, p. xxxii.

Simon's Ground Group of Barrows, Hampreston (36–40), p. 29b.

Sixpenny Handley, p. 64a.

Smith, William, 1587, brass, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a, Pl. 20.

Snyders, see Painters and Engravers.

Somerset:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Duke of, see Beaufort.

South, Ureth, 1692, brass, Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65a.

" Circle, Woodlands (19), p. 113b.

" Monkton Farm, Wimborne St. Giles (22), p. 99b.

Sovell Down, Roman road IV, p. xxxiii; 'Celtic' Fields on, p. 118b.

Spyway, Roman road VII, p. xxxv.

Stables, see Barns and Outbuildings.

Stagg, Richard, 1713, headstone, Chalbury (1), p. 3a.

Stainer, W., bridge-builder, Wimborne Minster (4), p. 85b.

Staircases:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xlviii.
-, Saxon: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 83a.
-, 13th-century: Cranborne (4), p. 8b, Pl. 42.
-, 17th-century: Cranborne (4), p. 12b, Pl. 34; Edmondsham (4), p. 17b; Gussage All Saints (3), p. 20a; Gussage St. Michael (1), p. 23a; Hampreston (16), p. 28a; Holt (12), p. 33b; Pamphill (4), p. 47b, Pl. 35; (5), p. 48a; (7), p. 48b; Sixpenny Handley (9), p. 67b; Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 96b; Witchampton (11), p. 108b.
-, 18th-century: Colehill (1), p. 4b; Cranborne (10), p. 13b; Gussage All Saints (12), p. 20b; Hampreston (21), p. 28b; Long Crichel (2), p. 38b; Moor Crichel (2), p. 43b, Pl. 35; (4), p. 44a; Pentridge (3), p. 54a; Sixpenny Handley (3), p. 66b; (14), p. 68a; West Parley (3), p. 76a; Wimborne Minster (7), p. 86b; (12), p. 87a; (27), p. 88a; (34), p. 89a; (40), p. 89b; (58), p. 90b; (76), p. 91b; Wimborne St. Giles (13), p. 97b; Woodlands (13), p. 113a.

Stalls, see Seating.

Stanbridge, Horton (2), p. 35b.

" Mill, Horton (3), p. 36a.

Stead, John, 1662, gravestone, Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a.

Stephen's Castle, barrow, Verwood (58), p. 74b.

Step House, Witchampton (14), p. 108b.

Stillingfleet:
-, Family, Cranborne (5), pp. xlv, 12b.
-, Susanna (Morris), 1647, monument, Cranborne (1), p. 7a, Pl. 15.

Stocks, Wimborne St. Giles (3), p. 94a.

Stone, Pamphill, p. 44b.

" Farm, Pamphill (40), p. 50a.

" William, New Hall Oxford, donor of books, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a.

Stonebarrow Hill, Roman road VII, p. xxxv.

Stoppelaer, see Painters and Engravers.

Stoup, 15th-century, Cranborne (1), p. 7a.

Stour Bank, Hampreston (7), p. 28a.

Stratford, Laurence, see Silversmiths.

Straw Barrow, Shapwick (46), p. 63b.

Strip Lynchets, see Mediaeval and Later Earthworks, Cultivation Remains.

Stuart, arms of, see Heraldry, Royal Arms.

Stuart, James, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Sturt:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Humphrey, at Horton, p. 34a; at Moor Crichel, p. 41b.
-, H. C., Moor Crichel (1), pp. xxxix, 40b.
-, Sir Anthony, Manor of Horton, p. 34a.

Sturt Farm, West Moors (3), p. 74b.

Summerlug Hill, barrow, Holt (33), p. 34b.

Sumner, Heywood, excavations, West Parley (7), p. 76a.

Sundials:
-, Mediaeval: Hampreston (1), p. 27b.
-, 17th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xliii, 85a.
-, 18th-century: Horton (1), pp. xliii, 35b.
-, Undated: Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65b.

Sutton Holms, Wimborne St. Giles (25–30), pp. 99–100.

Sweetbriar Drove, barrow, Pamphill (90), p. 53a; enclosure cut by, Pamphill (92), p. 53a.

Tables, see Communion Tables.

Table-tombs, see Monuments, Funeral.

Tadden, Pamphill (14–17), p. 49a.

Talbot:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Rev. Charles, 1823, tablet, Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 93a.
-, Edith, wife of John Ashley t. Richard II, Wimborne St. Giles (4), p. 95a.

Targett's Farm, Cranborne (30), p. 14b.

Tarrant Hinton Down, Linear Dykes, Long Crichel (7), p. 39a.

" Launceston Down, dykes on, Long Crichel (7), p. 39a.

Taylor, Isaac, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Telegraph Cottage, Chalbury (4), pp. xlvi, 3b., Pl. 31.

Temple, Roman, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

'Temple' (summer-house), Wimborne St. Giles (7), p. 97a.

Tenantry Down, linear dyke, Gussage All Saints (21), p. 21a; 'Celtic' Fields Group (82), p. 118a.

Terra Rubra, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Pottery.

Tessellated Pavement, Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xxxviii, 85a; see also Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

Tewkesbury Abbey, p. xliii; priory of, Cranborne (1), p. 5b.

Thickthorn Down, Dorset Cursus, Gussage St. Michael (9), p. 25a; long barrow, Gussage St. Michael (12), p. 25b; linear dyke, Long Crichel (7), p. 39a.

Thickthorn Wood, barrows W. of, Long Crichel (29–31), p. 40a.

Thomas, John, 1721, headstone, West Parley (1), p. 75b.

Thorney Down, 'Celtic' Field Group (82), p. 118a.

" " Farm, enclosures, Gussage St. Michael (7), p. 24a.

" " " Group of Barrows, Sixpenny Handley (31–4), p. 71b.

Thorn Hill, settlement, Holt, p. 32a.

Three Legged Cross, Verwood (48–56), pp. 73–4.

Tidpit Down Common, Pentridge (17), p. 56a.

Top O'Town, Roman road VII, p. xxxv.

Tosiear, Clement, see Bellfounders.

Topp, I., and W., churchwardens, inscription on bell, Witchampton (1), p. 105a.

Totenburg, charter of 956, Sixpenny Handley (24), p. 70b.

Toussaint, G. W., see Painters and Engravers.

Town Farm, Sixpenny Handley (6), p. 67a.

Trepanning, evidence of, Woodlands (18), p. 113b.

Triple Barrow, Shapwick (60), p. 64a.

Tullock, John, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Turing Bruce, A. R., excavations at Wimborne St. Giles (36), p. 100b.

Two Gates, Roman road VII, p. xxxv.

Uddens House, Holt (3), p. 32b.

" Water, Holt, p. 32a.

Udine, G. da, see Painters and Engravers.

Uppington, cottage at, Hinton Martell (11), p. 31a.

Upward Farm, Deanland, Roman occupation, Sixpenny Handley (23), p. 69b.

Urns, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Pottery.

Urnfield, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Burials.

Uvedale:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Edmund, 1606, monument, Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xli, 84b, Pl. 14.
-, Isabel, 1572, brass, Moor Crichel (1), pp. xl, 41a.
-, Mary (Dormer), donor of monument, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b, Pl. 14.
-, Monument, 1620, Moor Crichel (1), p. 41a.
-, Victoria, 1680, tablet, Horton (1), p. 35b.

Valens, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Coins.

Valentinian, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Coins.

Vanbrugh, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Van Dyck, see Painters and Engravers.

Vaulting:
-, Sectional Preface, p. xxxix.
-, 14th-century: Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65a, Pl. 64; Wimborne Minster (1), p. 81a.
-, 15th-century: Wimborne Minster (1), p. 82a.
-, 19th-century: Moor Crichel (1), p. 40b.

Vecellio, see Painters and Engravers.

Veiny Cheese Pond, barrows, Long Crichel (17–28), pp. 39– 40.

Venus, bronze figurine, Pentridge (15), p. 55a; mosaic, Witchampton (22), p. 110a, Pl. 81.

Vere, arms of, see Heraldry.

Veronese, see Painters and Engravers.

Villa, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Buildings.

Vindocladia, identified with Badbury Rings, Shapwick (31), pp. xxxi, 60b.

Vivares, Thomas, see Painters and Engravers.

Vecellio, F., see Painters and Engravers.

Verwood, p. 72a.

" Farm, Verwood (6), p. 72b.

" Manor Farm, Verwood (4), p. 72b.

Vinney Cross, Roman road VII, p. xxxv.

Votive deposit, Horton (15), p. 37b.

Waeneca's Farm, Horton, p. 34b.

Wagg, John, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Wagon roofs, see Roofs (Church).

Wainwright, Dr. G. J., excavations at Gussage All Saints (20), p. 20b.

Walcot, arms of, see Heraldry.

Walford Bridge, Wimborne Minster (4), p. 85b.

" Mill, Wimborne Minster (80), p. 91b.

Wallis, John, see Bellfounders.

Wallop, Margaret (Ashelie), 1582, wife of William, brass, Cranborne (1), p. 6b.

Wall's Cottages, Roman villa near, Witchampton (22), p. 110a.

Wall Paintings, see Paintings.

Walnut Farm, Pamphill (66), p. 51a.

Wardon Hill, Roman road VI, p. xxxv.

Warham, William, 1612, and Anthony and Honor (Loope) his wife, monument erected 1746, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.

Warner, Thomas, 1657, coffin-shaped stone, Wimborne St. Giles (1), p. 94a.

Warren, barrows, Wimborne St. Giles (63), (65), p. 101b.

Water Lake Bottom, barrows, Wimborne St. Giles (70–4), pp. 101–2.

Wayte, arms of, see Heraldry; inscription on lectern, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84a, Pl. 21.

" ... wife of Anthony Wayte, ? 1619, floor-slab, Wimborne Minster (1), p. 84b.

Weapons, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments, Metalwork.

Weather-vane, West Parley (1), p. 76a, (?1793).

Wedechesworde, Wilksworth Farm, Colehill, p. 4a.

Week Street Down, barrows, Gussage St. Michael (16–35), p. 26a.

Well House, see Old Down Cottages.

Wells, R., see Bellfounders.

Wesleyan chapels, see Meeting Places, Non-Conformist.

West Blagdon, Romano-British Pottery found near, Cranborne (34), p. 15b.

West Borough, Wimborne Minster (58–81), pp. 90–1.

" Building, Witchampton (19), p. 108b.

" Hemsworth, Witchampton, p. 104b.

" Moors, p. 74a.

" Parley, p. 74b.

" Row, Wimborne Minster, p. 77b.

" Street, Wimborne Minster, p. 77b.

" Verwood, part of Verwood (45–7), p. 73b.

" Woodyates Manor House, Pentridge (2), pp. xlviii, 53b, Pl. 29.

Westworth Farm, Edmondsham (11), p. 17b.

Whetstones, see Roman and Prehistoric Monuments.

White, Martha and others, 1804, Wimborne Minster (2), p. 85b.

" Hart Inn, Wimborne Minster (42), p. 89b; Hampreston (26), p. 29a.

" House Holding, enclosures, Holt (31), p. 34a.

" Mill, Shapwick (3), p. 59a, Pl. 57.

Whitmore, settlement, Woodlands, p. 111a.

Whitwod, Isabella, 1508, brass, Gussage All Saints (1), p. 19a.

Wichemetune, Witchampton, p. 104b.

Wilksworth Farm, Colehill (1), p. 4a.

Williams, Sir John of Herrington, p. xlii.

" William, 1625–1725, floor-slab, Sixpenny Handley (2), pp. xlii, 66a, Pl. 11.

Willis:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, 1675, table-tomb, Edmondsham (1), p. 16b.

Willobye, arms of, see Heraldry.

Wimborne All Hallows, Wimborne St. Giles (17–20), pp. 98–9.

Wimborne Minster, p. 77a.

" " Church, Wimborne Minster (1), pp. xxxviii, 78b.

Wimborne St. Giles, p. 92a.

Winstone, arms of, see Heraldry.

Wirgman, John, see Silversmiths.

Witchampton, p. 104a.

Withers, Richard, 1825, tablet, Sixpenny Handley (1), p. 65b.

Wolfrida, St., church dedicated to, see Dedications.

Woodcutts Common, Iron Age and Romano-British settlements on, Sixpenny Handley (19), pp. xxv, 68b; 'Celtic' Fields Group (83), p. 118a.

Woodlands, p. 111a.

" Common, barrow, Woodlands (25), p. 115b.

" Farm, Woodlands (3), p. 112a.

" Gate Farm, Wimborne St. Giles (26), p. 100a.

Woods, John, perhaps occupier of Wimborne Minster (33), 1604–20, p. 89a.

Wood Town Farm, West Parley (4), p. 76a; Romano-British occupation debris, (6), p. 76a.

Woodyates, Pentridge (9–13), p. 54b.

Wools Bridge, Verwood (2), p. 72b.

Woolsbridge Farm, Verwood (5), p. 72b.

Woolslope Farm, West Moors (1), p. 74b.

Wor Barrow, Sectional Preface, p. xxvii; Sixpenny Handley (29), p. 71a; barrows related to, Wimborne St. Giles (94–124), pp. 102–4.

Worgret Heath, possible Roman road crossing, p. xxxii.

Wyatt, James, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Wyatt, T. H., see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Wyatville, Sir Jeffry, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Wyke Down, Dorset Cursus on, Gussage St. Michael (9), pp. xxxiii, 25a; barrow E. of, Wimborne St. Giles (68), p. 101b.

Wyndham:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Katherine (Fleming), wife of Judge Wyndham, 1693, Cranborne (1), p. 7a; see also Hooper.

York, Richard Duke of, c. 1438, arms of, see Heraldry; Cranborne (1), pp. xxxviii, 6b.

Young, G., 1791, maker of sundial, Horton (1), p. 35b.