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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Cambridgeshire, Volume 1, West Cambridgshire. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1968.

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

(The prefixed numerals in brackets refer to the monument numbers in the text)

GENERAL PLATE OR (p.) PAGE
Map of West Cambridgeshire showing the parishes described In pocket at end of volume
Geological map p. xxviii
Relief map p. xxviii
Mouldings of Tower arches p. xxxviii
Classification of House types p. xlvii
Brick Gable ends p. l
Classification of Moated sites p. lxii
PARISHES
1 ARRINGTON
Parish map p. 2
(1) Parish church of St. Nicholas. Dated plan p. 3
Exterior from S.W. 11
Piscina 6
(8) Almshouses. E. front, 1846 45
(9) Houses. Plan p. 3
(11) Row of houses from S.E. 30
(12) Row of houses, from N.E. 34
2 BARRINGTON
Village plan p. 4
Aerial view of village and green from N.E. (J. K. S. St. Joseph) 41
(1) Parish church of All Saints. Dated plan p. 6
Exterior from S.W. 42
Detail of nave arcade p. 7
S. doorway 81
Nave roof 43
Corbels to nave roof 48
Bier 21
Monument (11), headstone, 1717 15
Piscina (2) 7
Cup and cover paten, by Thomas Buttell, inscribed 1569 23
Scratching (2) p. lxix
Scratching (4) 16
(3) School and School house. Plan p. 8
(4) Church Farm. Exterior from S.E. 61
(5) Rectory Farm. Exterior from E. 46
(17) House. Plan p. 9
Sections through hall p. 10
Exterior from S. 46
(20) The Royal Oak. Exterior from N.W. 36
Entrance doorway 9
(24) Wilsmere Down Farm. General view from S. 44
(25) Orwell Mill. Exterior, 1822 27
(29), (30), (31) Cottages on N. side of green 44
3 BARTON
Village plan p. 12
(1) Parish church of St. Peter. Dated plan p. 13
Exterior from S.E. 53
Pulpit and chancel screen 54
Chancel screen; details of tracery 55
(2) University Farm. Exterior from S. 47
Plaster ceiling 85
(9) Bird's Farm. Plan and section p. 15
(24) Moated site at University Farm. Plan p. 17
4 BOURN
Village plan p. 16
(1) Parish church of St. Helen and St. Mary. Dated plan p. 18
Exterior from N.W. 49
Interior of nave looking N. 50
    Do.     looking S.W. 51
Detail of N. arcade of nave p. 19
S. doorway 4
W. doorway 81
Monument (1) of Erasmus Ferrar, 1609 91
Piscina and sedilia 6
Monument (4) of Henry Leijell, 1803 20
Carving on desk end p. 27
(2) Bourn Hall. Dated plan p. 21
Exterior from S.E. 58
Interior of hall, 1817–19 58
Chimney-piece from Haslingfield Hall, 1555 56
    Do.     Drawing by R. Relhan, 1808 56
Detail of staircase p. 23
Exterior of stables 45
(6) House from S., 1616 78
(8) Manor Farm. First-floor plan p. 24
Exterior from S.W. 47
Section through hall p. 24
(11) Upper Farm. Exterior from E. 33
Decorated plaster frieze 124
(18) The Fox Inn. Exterior from S.W. 31
(22) Bourn Mill. Exterior 57
Reconstruction drawing, after Rex Wailes p. 26
(43) Moulton Hills. Mound from S.E. 2
5 BOXWORTH
Village plan p. 28
(1) Parish church of St. Peter. Dated plan p. 29
Reset window head 4
(8) Long Row. Exterior from N.W. 34
(15) Moated site in Overhall Grove. Plan p. 31
6 CALDECOTE
Parish map p. 32
(1) Parish church of St. Michael and All Angels. Dated plan p. 33
Marks on 2nd bell p. 33
(5) Clare Farm, 1808. Exteriors 32
7 CAXTON
Village plan p. 34
(1) Parish church of St. Andrew. Dated plan p. 35
Detail of S. arcade of nave p. 36
Coffin lid (1) 4
Piscina 6
(6) Red Lion Farm. Plan p. 37
Exterior from W. 31
(8) Caxton Manor. Dated plan p. 38
Exteriors from S.E. and N.W. 59
(11) The Crown House. Dated plan p. 39
Exterior from W. 64
(15) Caxton Hall. Exterior from N.W. 64
Staircase 39
Parish map showing earthworks and fields p. 43
(19) 'The Moats'. Plan p. 40
Aerial view from N.E. (J. K. S. St. Joseph, Cambridge University Copyright) 3
S. ditch of enclosure (a) 2
Enclosure (b) 2
(22) 'Caxton Pastures'. Plan p. 42
(23) Moated site. Plan p. 42
8 CHILDERLEY
Parish map p. 44
(1) Childerley Hall. Dated plan p. 45
Painted wainscot in 'King Charles's Chamber' 72
The Chapel. Plan p. 45
    Do.     Exterior from N.W. 76
(2) and (4) Deserted mediaeval village and moated site. Plan p. 46
9 COMBERTON
Village plan p. 49
(1) Parish church of St. Mary. Dated plan p. 50
Window in S. wall of chancel 68
Detail of N. arcade of nave p. 51
Head stops to tower arch 68
Drawing of bell frame p. 51
Font and cover 17
Royal Arms (William III) 20
Pews in nave 17
Bench finial 18
(2) Former Vicarage. Dated plan p. 52
Exterior from N.E. 60
(3) Rectory Farm. Exterior from S.E. 106
(10) House in Swayne's Lane. Plan p. 52
(16) House. Gable end p. l
(19) House and shop. Dated plan p. 53
Exterior from N. 31
(23) House in West Street. Exterior from S.W. 60
(28) House in West Street. Exterior from N.E. 61
    Do.     Blocked oriel window 38
(30) House. Gable end p. l
(32) House and garden walls at Green End 26
(46) Moated site near Manor Farm. Plan p. 55
10 CONINGTON
Village plan p. 56
(1) Parish church of St. Mary. Dated plan p. 57
W. doorway 91
Monument (7) of Robert Cotton, 1697 14
    Do.     (8) of Alice Cotton, 1667 14
    Do.     (11) of Frances and Mary Askham, 1748 90
    Do.     (12) headstone of Thomas Sawyear, 1728 15
(2) Conington Hall. Plan p. 58
Staircases, main and secondary 39
(3) Houses in High Street, c. 1849 35
11 COTON
Village plan p. 59
(1) Parish church of St. Peter. Dated plan p. 60
Exterior from S.W. 52
Exterior from S.E. 62
Interior of nave looking N.W. 63
Detail of S. arcade of nave p. 61
S. doorway 9
Table of Decalogue 20
Font 5
Scratching (2), 1481 16
Monument (1) of Andrew Downes, 1627 p. 61
Lock on door in screen, 1622 22
(6) Rectory. Exterior from S. 32
(9) House. Exterior from S.W. 32
(13) Moated site at Rectory. Plan p. 62
(14) Moated site at Rectory Farm. Plan p. 63
12 CROXTON
Village plan p. 64
(1) Parish church of St. James. Dated plan p. 65
West Tower 65
Interior of nave looking S.E., showing screens 75
Clock and frame, 1682 21
Font 5
Monument (4) of Edward Leeds, 1589 82
Scratching in tower, 17th-century 22
(2), (16) and (18) Aerial view of Croxton Park. (J. K. S. St. Joseph) 66
(2) Croxton Park. Dated plan p. 67
Painting of 16th-century house 67
House and park, from S. 67
(3) Manor Farm. Exterior from S. 99
(4) Westbury Farm. Roof truss 40
(5) House. Oriel window 38
(6) Manor House. Dated plan p. 70
Sections and elevations p. 68
Exterior from N.W. 80
13 CROYDON
Village plan p. 72
(1) Parish church of All Saints. Dated plan p. 73
Detail of N. arcade of nave p. 74
(7) Croydon Wilds. Exterior from S. 120
Parish map showing earthworks and fields facing p. 79
(13) Moated site. Plan p. 76
(14) Moated site at Croydon Wilds. Plan p. 76
(15) Deserted mediaeval village of Clopton. Plan p. 77
    Do.     looking W. 73
    Do.     looking S. 73
(19) Moated site in Gilrags Wood. Plan p. 79
(20) Moated site in Rouses Wood. Plan p. 79
14 DRY DRAYTON
Village plan p. 80
(1) Parish church of St. Peter and St. Paul. Dated plan p. 81
Brass, c. 1540 112
Glass in E. window, 1853 24
Cup and cover paten, 1588 23
15 ELSWORTH
Village plan p. 83
(1) Parish church of the Holy Trinity. Dated plan p. 84
Interior of nave looking N.E. 74
Detail of S. arcade of nave p. 85
E. window of S. aisle 10
Piscina and sedilia 6
Pulpit 17
Reredos 74
Desk with cupboards 19
(3) Manor House. Dated plan p. 86
Gable end p. l
(4) House. Exterior from W. 79
(5) Dear's Farm. Exterior from S., 1601 36
(7) House in Broad Street. Exterior from S.W. 79
(16) Low Farm. Dated plan p. 88
Exterior from S.W. 78
Door lintel, 1595 37
(21) House. Plan p. 88
(22) Dale's Farm. Exterior from S. 31
16 ELTISLEY
Village plan p. 90
(1) Parish church of St. Pandionia and St. John the Baptist. Dated plan p. 91
Detail of S. arcade of nave p. 92
Capitals in nave 12
(2) House. Plan, sections and elevations p. 93
Exteriors from N.W. and from E. 77
Door lintel, 1612 37
(3) Green Farm. Plan p. 94
(9) House. Plan and sections p. 95
Exterior from S. 98
Interior; window detail 103
Parish map showing earthworks and fields p. 96
(17) Garden remains. Plan p. 97
(18) Moated site at Pond Farm. Plan p. 97
(21) Moated site near Jesus College Farm. Plan p. 97
(22) Moated site at Papley Grove. Plan p. 98
(24) Moated site on edge of Eltisley Wood. Plan p. 98
17 GAMLINGAY
Village plan p. 99
Detail of map by T. Langdon, 1601 Coloured Plate 29
(1) Parish church of St. Mary the Virgin. Dated plan p. 100
Exterior from N.W. 88
Interior; N. arcade 12
Boss in N. porch 116
Drawing of bell frame p. 102
Monument (3) of Ralph Lane, 1732, and Elizabeth Lane, 1754 90
Piscina (1) 7
Recess in S. chapel 7
Scratching (1) 16
Stalls, c. 1442 19
Desk end, c. 1442 18
(4) Merton Manor Farm. Exterior from S.E. 76
Interior of Barn 27
(6) School. Reredos formerly in church, c. 1690 136
(7) Emplins. Exterior from S.E. 86
(12) House at Dutter End. Chimney stack, 1653 37
(18) House in Church Street. Exterior from S. 87
(21) Almshouses. Dated plan p. 106
    Do.     Elevation p. 106
(23) Avenell's Farm. Exterior from S.E. 87
(27) House in Church Street. Ceiling boss 36
(28) Hardwick Arms. Chimney stack, 1703 37
(31) House in Mill Street. Ornamental brick panel 91
Ceiling in first-floor room, 1688 84
Plaster overmantel in first-floor room 85
(35) and (36) Houses and Manse in Mill Street. Exteriors 30
(38) House in Mill Street. Chimney stack, 1675 37
(40) House at Dennis Green. Exterior from S.W., 1621 30
(42) Tetworth Hall. Dated plan p. 109
Exterior from S. 106
Interior; doors in alcove 108
(60) Moated site at Dutter End. Plan p. 110
(61) Earthworks at Gamlingay Park. Plan p. 111
Aerial view from S. (J. K. S. St. Joseph, Cambridge University Copyright) 3
Plan of estate, 1801 Coloured Plate 28
18 GRANTCHESTER
Village plan p. 113
(1) Parish church of St. Andrew and St. Mary. Dated plan p. 114
Model showing exterior before alteration 81
E. window of chancel 69
Window in S. wall of chancel 10
Interior; N. wall of chancel 71
Reset window in S. wall of aisle 4
Fragment of carved interlace p. 118
(2) Manor Farm. Plans and sections p. 116
(3) Pigeon House. Exterior 25
19 GRAVELEY
Village plan p. 119
(1) Parish church of St. Botolph. Dated plan p. 119
Monument (7) of Mary Warren, 1838 15
20 GREAT EVERSDEN
Village plan p. 121
(1) Parish church of St. Mary. Dated plan p. 122
(3) The Homestead. Plan p. 123
Exterior from S.E. 99
(4) Church Farm. Barn. Section p. 124
(11) Manor Farm. Stair hall 108
(16) House. Plan p. 125
21 HARDWICK
Village plan p. 126
(1) Parish church of St. Mary. Dated plan p. 127
Exterior from S.E. 52
Interior; chancel and nave roofs 102
Scratching (1) on chancel arch p. 128
22 HARLTON
Village plan p. 129
(1) Parish church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Dated plan p. 130
Interior; E. wall of chancel 69
Interior; E. side of stone screen 93
Interior; S. arcade and aisle 92
Mouldings of respond and arch p. 131
Base of respond to N. arcade 8
Doorway to stair turret 8
Corbels and head stops 96
Sculptured figure p. 132
Monument (3) of Henry Fryer, 1631, and others Frontispiece
    Do.     Terminal figures 89
Scratching on N. arcade p. 135
Stone screen p. 133
(7) Former Rectory. Plan p. 134
(16) Moated site. Plan p. 135
23 HASLINGFIELD
Village plan p. 136
(1) Parish church of All Saints. Dated plan p. 138
Exterior from S.E. 70
Exterior; tower from W. 94
Interior; S. arcade and aisle 95
W. window in tower 10
Moulding of W. doorway 8
Roof bosses in S. aisle 18
Armour over Monument (4) 83
Brass of Anna Ensor, 1654 22
Monument (3) of Thomas and Elizabeth Wendy, erected 1619 82
    Do.     (4) of Thomas Wendy, 1673 83
(2) Haslingfield Hall. Exterior from E. 100
Watercolour by R. Relhan, c. 1814 Coloured Plate 28
Bridge over moat 104
Pigeon house 25
(6) 'The Maltings'. Plan p. 142
Exterior from S.E. 98
(9) House. Exterior from E. 33
(34) Moated site at Haslingfield Hall. Plan p. 144
(35) Aerial photograph of crop-marks near Cantelupe Farm (J. K. S. St. Joseph) 1
(36)     Do.         do.     near 'Money Hill' (J. K. S. St. Joseph) 1
24 HATLEY
Village plan p. 145
(1) Parish church of St. Denis, East Hatley. Dated plan p. 146
Cartouche of arms over S. door, 1673 126
(2) Parish church of St. George, Hatley St. George. Dated plan p. 147
(3) Hatley Park. Dated plan and elevation p. 148
(18) Plan of East Hatley showing earthworks and village remains p. 151
25 KINGSTON
Village plan p. 152
(1) Parish church of All Saints and St. Andrew. Dated plan p. 154
Interior; nave looking E. 97
Font 5
Wall paintings. In chancel 105
    Do.     In N. aisle 105
Recess in N. wall of chancel 7
Scratching on E. respond of S. arcade p. 152
(3) The Old Rectory. Dated plan, section and details p. 155
Exterior of W. wing. W. wall 101
    Do.     E. wall 101
Roof truss in W. wing 103
(5) House on green. Plan and section p. 157
Drawing of roof structure p. 156
(12) Kingston Wood Farm. Dated plan p. 159
Estate map, 1720 Coloured Plate 29
Exterior from S.E. 100
Entrance doorway 9
26 KNAPWELL
Village plan p. 160
(1) Parish church of All Saints. Dated plan of W. end p. 161
Engraving on flagon, 1676 p. 163
(10) Plan of earthworks and village remains p. 162
(11) Mound. Contoured plan p. 163
View from N.W. 2
27 LITTLE EVERSDEN
Village plan p. 164
(1) Parish church of St. Helen. Dated plan p. 165
Exterior of N. porch 9
(5) House. Plan and sections p. 166
28 LITTLE GRANSDEN
Village plan p. 167
(1) Parish church of St. Peter and St. Paul. Dated plan p. 168
Window in chancel 10
(12) House. Exterior from S.E. 30
29 LOLWORTH
Village plan p. 171
(1) Parish church of All Saints. Dated plan p. 171
Exterior from S. 11
Brass p. 172
30 LONGSTOWE
Parish map p. 173
(1) Parish church of St. Mary. Dated plan of W. end p. 174
Monument (2) of Sir Ralph Bovey, 1679 138
(13) Moated site near Longstowe Hall. Plan p. 175
31 MADINGLEY
Village plan p. 176
(1) Parish church of St. Mary Magdalene. Dated plan p. 177
Section through W. end of nave p. 178
Pier of N. arcade 12
Font 5
Glass quarry with rebus, c. 1592 p. xvi
Monument (2) of Jane Cotton, 1692 138
    Do.     (4) of Commander Charles Cotton, 1828 139
    Do.     (6) of Jane Cotton, 1707 14
Royal Arms, 1801–16 126
(2) Madingley Hall. Dated plan p. 180
Exterior from S.E. 110
Exterior from S.W. 111
Sections through main range and S.E. turret p. 182
Loggia under N. wing. Plan and elevation p. 183
Dining Hall. Oak panel carved with monogram p. 186
    Do.     Oak panel in screens door 119
Main stair 135
Dining Room. Plaster ceiling 118
Saloon. Plaster ceiling 118
Mezzanine Room. Carved oak panel, 1543 119
    Do.     Carved oak panel in overmantel 119
Roof over main range 40
'Murals Room'. Wall paintings Coloured Plate 128
(3) Madingley Manor. Exterior from N.W. 107
Carved wall post 36
(8) Moated site. Plan p. 187
32 ORWELL
Village plan p. 188
Village centre on map, c. 1680 113
    Do.     1837 113
(1) Parish church of St. Andrew. Dated plan p. 190
Exterior from S. 116
Head stops to windows in chancel 117
Head stop on S. arcade 116
Chancel roof 114
    Do.     Four central bosses 115
Monument (4) in churchyard of John Wootton, 1682 15
Arms on floor slab (5) of John Colbatch, 1748 p. 195
Fragment of reredos. Crucifixion 13
(17) House. Exterior from N.W. 86
(19) A pair of houses. Exterior from S.E. 33
(24) Malton Farm. Dated plan and section p. 194
Ceiling beams in former hall 38
(41) Moated site at Malton Farm. Plan p. 195
33 PAPWORTH EVERARD
Parish map p. 196
(1) Parish church of St. Peter. Dated plan p. 197
(2) Papworth Hall. Ante-room 134
34 PAPWORTH ST. AGNES
Parish map p. 198
(1) Parish church of St. John Baptist. Exterior from N.E. 24
(2) Manor Farm. Dated plans p. 200
Exterior from S.E. 122
Parlour. Plaster frieze 124
Garderobe 123
Room over parlour. Plaster ceiling 125
Room over hall. Plaster ceiling 124
    Do.     Plaster frieze 124
Room in attic 123
(4) Bakehouse on green. Plan and elevation p. 201
(5) Former Rectory. Stair hall 109
(9) and (10) Moated site at Manor Farm. Plan p. 202
35 TADLOW
Parish map p. 203
(1) Parish church of St. Giles. Dated plan p. 204
(5) Tadlow Towers. Watercolour, 1750 120
Granary. Plan and section p. 205
    Do.     Exterior 36
(7) Moated site. Plan p. 206
(9) Moated site and settlement remains at Pincote. Plan p. 206
36 TOFT
Village plan p. 208
(1) Parish church of St. Andrew. Alabaster figures 13
(3) Houses from S.E., 1845 33
(6) House from S.E. 107
Pigeon House. Elevation and section p. 209
(10) House from N.E. 87
37 WIMPOLE
Parish map p. 211
(1) Parish church of St. Andrew. Dated plan p. 212
Exterior from W. 126
Brass (1) of Thomas Worsley, 1501/2 112
Monument (1) of Admiral Sir Joseph Yorke, 1831 139
    Do.     (5) of Philip, Earl of Hardwicke, 1764 127
(2) Wimpole Hall. Dated plan facing p. 215
Exterior. S. front 130
Exterior. N. front 131
Early architectural drawing. Elevation, 1742 133
    Do.     Plan, 1742 133
    Do.     Plan, 1790 133
Chapel, looking E. 144
Communion table and rails 136
Main stair 142
Bath house 109
Saloon 143
Dining Room. Fireplace 142
Yellow Drawing Room 141
Doorway 135
Secondary stair 134
Book Room 140
Library 140
Aerial view of house and park from N. (J. K. S. St. Joseph) 129
Map by Benjamin Hare, 1638 121
Proposed lay-out for park, early 18th-century 121
    Do.         do.     by Repton, c. 1801 132
The Gothic Tower 137
(15) Houses at New Wimpole from S.W. 35
(17) Thornberry Hill Farm. Threshing mill. Elevation p. 224
(20) Mound. Contoured plan p. 225
(21) Village plan showing earthworks and field remains pp. 226–7
Parish map based on a survey of 1638 p. 229
Madingley Church. Glass quarry with rebus of John Palmer, c. 1592