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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 1, South west. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1931.

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INDEX

Aachen, Minster at, p. 90b.

Abbey Dore, pp. 111.

Abel, John, architect, p. 6a.

Abergavenny, Roman main road from Kenchester to, Abbey Dore (1), p. 1a.

Abrahall:
-, Arms of, Bridstow (12), p. 34a.
-, Dorothy, see Jones.
-, George, 16734, and Elizabeth his wife, 1681, monument, Foy (1), p. 66b; floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.
-, John, 1610, Foy (5), p. 67b.
-, John, 1673, Foy (1), p. 65a.
-, John, 17034, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.
-, Mary, wife of John Abrahall, 1701, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.
-, Mary, wife of Paul Abrahall, see Bubb.
-, Mary, see Collins.
-, Paul, 1675, monument, Foy (1), p. 66b; floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.
-, Richard, 17056, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.

Abraham sacrificing Isaac, representation of, St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.

Aconbury, pp. 11b14a.

" Camp, Aconbury (4), p. 13b.

Acton, arms, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Adams:
-, Margery, wife of John Adams, 1699, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, Mary, wife of John Adams (?) Junior, 1699, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.

Adoration of the Magi, see under Christ, Incidents in the Life of.

Agnus Dei, representations of: Hereford (1) (Stanbery Chapel), p. 96a; (glass), p. 108a; (Grandison tomb), p. 109a; Kilpeck (1), p. 156b, 158a.

Ahasuerus and Esther, representation of, Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Alabaster Effigies:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliii.
-, 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 111b.
-, 15th-century: Bredwardine (1), p. 26a; Hereford (1), p. 109b; (incised), p. 109a.
-, c. 1500: Hereford (1), p. 109b.
-, 16th-century: Bacton (1), p. 19b; Hereford (1), p. 111a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b.
-, 17th-century: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Hereford (1), p. 110a; Kentchurch (1), p. 153a.
-, Bust:
-,-, 17th-century: Hereford (1), p. 111a.

Aldorne (?), Maud (?), wife of Thomas Aldorne (?), 1699 (?), floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112b.

Alfred, King, bust of, Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51a.

Allenshill Farm, Kilpeck (9), p. 160b.

Allensmore, pp. 14a18b.

" Court, Allensmore (3), p. 16a.

All Saints, Churches dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Allt-yr-ynys, Walterstone (4), p. 247a.

Alms-dishes, see under Plate, Church.

Almshouses:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxix.
-, Dating from the 17th century: Hereford (10), p. 129b; (12), p. 131a; (14), p. 131b; (15), p. 131b; (16), p. 132a.
-, Rebuilt, but of ancient foundation: Hereford (11), p. 130b; (13), p. 131b.

Altar-frontal: 16th-century, Bacton (1), pp. 19b, xliv.

Altars:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, Roman (re-used): Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 240a.
-, Medival: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Clehonger (1), p. 36b; Garway (1), p. 71a; (re-used as floor-slab) Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; (2), p. 211b; Rowlstone (1), p. 221b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244b; Welsh Newton (2), p. 252a.
-, Base only: Craswall (2), p. 43a; Goodrich (2), p. 76b.

Altar-tombs, see Monuments, Funeral.

Amsterdam, church-plate from, p. 224a.

Andrew, St., Churches dedicated to, see Dedications; figures representing, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; Hereford (1) (Lady Chapel), p. 112b; Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b; symbol of, Hereford (1) (Stanbery Chapel), p. 96b.

Andrews:
-, James, 1694, and Benedicta his widow, 1728, floor-slab, Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a.
-, Rowland, 1690 (?), floor-slab, Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a.

Anne, Queen, Arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Anne, St., figures of, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a; (boss) (?), p. 115a.

Annunciation, The, see Mary the Virgin, St.

Antiquaries, Society of, Plans of Chapel of SS. Katherine and Mary Magdalene, published by, p. 115b.

Ap Harry or Aparri, see Parry.

Apostles, figures of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; Hereford (1) (font), p. 108a; (Lady Chapel), p. 112b; Kilpeck (1) (carvings), p. 157a.
-, See also under individual names and under Christ, Incidents in the Life of.

Apperley:
-, Joane, wife of William Apperley, 1643, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.
-, Susanna, wife of Thomas Apperley, 1699, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.
-, Thomas, 1679, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.
-, William, 1647, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.

Aquablanca:
-, John de, Dean of Hereford, 1320, altar-tomb with effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 111a.
-, Peter de, Bishop of Hereford (124068), pp. 1b, 91a; altar-tomb with effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110b, 96a.

Arcadia, Llancillo (7), p. 165b.

Architecture, see under various types, Barns, Castles, Churches, Houses.

Aristodemus, figure representing, Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a.

Ark Cottages, Dewsall (3), p. 53b.

Arkstone Common, cottage at, Kingstone (4), p. 163b.

Armour:
-, Funeral Helm: 16th-century, Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b.

Arnold, Mary, daughter of John Arnold, headstone, Tyberton (1), p. 242b.

Arthur's Stone, Dorstone (1), p. 55b.

Ascension, The, see Christ, Incidents in the Life of.

Ash Farm, cider-house, Much Birch (3), p. 23a.

Ashe Farm: Bridstow (11), p. 34a; Marstow (6), p. 199b.

Ashe Ingen Court, Bridstow (12), p. 34a.

Assumption of the Virgin, see under Mary the Virgin, St.

Atcham (Shropshire), glass panel representing Blanche Parry now at, Bacton (1), p. 19b.

Athelstane II, Bishop of Hereford (101256), p. 90b.

Atlay, James, Bishop of Hereford (186895), p. 116b.

Attwell:
-, John, 16989, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.
-, William, 1706, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.

Aubrey's Almshouses, Hereford (14), p. 131b.

Aubrey:
-, Herbert, 1671, and Elizabeth (Bedle) his wife, 1676, monument, Clehonger (1), p. 37a.
-, Joyce, 1638, and Samuel Aubrey her husband, 1645, monument, Hereford (1), p. 111b.

Audley or Awdley:
-, Arms of, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Badge, Hereford (1), p. 107b.
-, Anne, see Delabere.
-, Edmund, Bishop of Hereford (14921502), Chantry Chapel, Hereford (1), pp. 91a, 103b.

Augustine, St., figure representing, Hereford (1) (glass), p. 108a.

Austin or Augustinian Canons, see Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

" Nuns, see Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Awdley, see Audley.

Axe and Cleaver, see Inns.

Backney Cottage, Sellack (5), p. 237b.

Bacton, pp. 18b21a.

Ballard:
-, . . ., 1699, floor-slab, Hentland (1), p. 86a.
-, . . ., 1670, floor-slab, Llangarren (1), p. 168a.
-, Ann, p. 168a.
-, Anne, wife of Richard Ballard, 1625, Richard Ballard her son, 16723, and Anne his wife, 16878, floor-slab, Llangarren (1), p. 168a.
-, Edmund, p. 37b.
-, John, p. 170b.
-, Thomas, son of Richard Ballard, 1670, floor-slab, Llangarren (1), p. 168a.

Ballingham, pp. 21a22b.

" Hall, Ballingham (2), p. 22a.

Banastre, see Bannister under Bellfounders.

Banford, William, 1711, headstone, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.

Bannister, Stephen, see under Bellfounders.

Barley Knapp, Peterchurch (26), p. 216b.

Barnard, Sir Henry, 1680, floor-slab, Aconbury (1), p. 13b.

Barns (Medival):
-, Dating from late 14th or early 15th century: St. Weonards (12), p. 233b.
-, Dating from the 15th century: Longtown (27), p. 188b; Michaelchurch Escley (28), p. 203a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (5), p. 240b.
-, Dating from late 15th or early 16th century: Llanveynoe (16), p. 175a.
-, Undated: Garway (5), p. 72b.

Barre:
-, Sir John and Eden (Hotoft) his wife, 15th-century brass, Clehonger (1), p. 36b.
-, Richard de la, canon, 1386, brass, Hereford (1), p. 105b.

Barrel Inn, see under Inns.

Barroll, William and Mary his wife, 1698, monument, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Barrow, John, 1683, headstone, Bridstow (1), p. 28b.

Barrows, see under Earthworks.

Barry, Philis, 1700, floor-slab, Llanrothal (1), p. 172a.

Bartholomew, St., buildings dedicated to, see Dedications; figure of, Hereford (1) (Lady Chapel), p. 112b; symbol of, Hereford (1) (Stanbery Chapel), p. 96a.

Basins, see under Plate, Church.

Baskerville, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; effigy possibly of member of family of, Bredwardine (1), p. 26a.

Bath Street, Hereford, City Wall at rear of, Hereford (5), p. 127a.

Baughan: see also Boughan.
-, Bridgate, wife of Richard Baughan, 1713, headstone, Grafton (1), p. 83a.
-, Dorothy, wife of John Baughan, 168990, headstone, Grafton (1), p. 83a.

Baugnal, Thomas, 1706, headstone, Allensmore (1), p. 15b.

Baysham, John, Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral (140630), name carved on boss, Hereford (1), p. 115a.

Beauchamp:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Beauclerk, Lord James, Bishop of Hereford (174687), p. 117a.

Bedle, Elizabeth, see Aubrey.

Bell (?), . . ., of Thomas Bell, 1676, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Bellamoor, cottage at, Preston on Wye (10), p. 220a.

Bellfounders:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, Bannister or Banastre, Stephen: Hereford (1), p. 105b.
-, Bristol Foundry: Hereford (1), p. 105b.
-, Finch, John: Clehonger (1), p. 36b; Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Foy (1), p. 65b; Longtown (1), p. 180a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b.
-, Gloucester Foundry: Dorstone (2), p. 56; Thruxton (1), p. 238a.
-, Hendel, Robert: Bridstow (1), p. 28b.
-, I.P.: Bridstow (1), p. xli; Goodrich (1), p. 73b, xli.; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a, xli.
-, Rudhall, Abraham: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Bacton (1), p. 19b; Garway (1), p. 71a; Hereford (1), p. 105b; (3), p. 125a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146a; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b.
-, Warwick, William: Hereford (1), p. 105b.
-, Worcester Foundry: p. xli.

Bells:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, 13th-century: Dulas (1), p. 58a; Llancillo (1), p. 164b; Moccas (1) (?), p. 204a.
-, 13th or 14th-century: Kilpeck (1) (?), p. xli.
-, 14th-century: Hentland (1), p. 85b; Hereford (2), p. 121b; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; Thruxton (1), p. 238a.
-, 14th or 15th-century: Ballingham (1), p. 21b.
-, 15th-century: Bridstow (1), p. 28b; Dewsall (1), p. 53a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Hereford (1), p. 105b.
-, Medival (Undated): Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a; Goodrich (1), p. 73b; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; Moccas (1), p. 204a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248a.
-, 17th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 36b; Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a; Dinedor (1), p. 54a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Foy (1), p. 65b; Goodrich (1), p. 73b; Hentland (1), p. 85a, b; Hereford (1), p. 105b; (2), p. 121b; (11), p. 131a; Llancillo (1), p. 164b; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; Longtown (1), p. 180a; Orcop (1), p. 208b; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b; Rowlstone (1), p. 221b.
-, Early 18th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Bacton (1), p. 19b; Garway (1), p. 71a; Hereford (2), p. 121b; (3), p. 125a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146a; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b.
-, Undated: Aconbury (1), p. 13a; Blakemere (1), p. 24a; Callow (1), p. 35a; Cusop (1), p. 47a; Kilpeck (1), p. 158a; Llandinabo (1), p. 166b; Longtown (2), p. 181b; Marstow (1), p. 199a; Pencoyd (1), p. 209a; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 239b; Turnastone (1), p. 241b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 249b; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b; Wormbridge (1), p. 255b.

Belmont Road: Hereford (115118), p. 143b.

Belpha Farm, Longtown (34), p. 189b.

Benarth Farm, Kilpeck (13), p. 160b.

Benches and Bench-ends, see under Seating.

Benedictines, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Benfield Farm, Bredwardine (11), p. 27b.

Bennet, Bennett or Benet:
-, Charles, son of Thomas Benet, 1697, headstone, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-, Elizabeth (?), wife of James Bennett, headstone, Llanwarne (1), p. 178a.
-, Jane, see Scudamore.
-, Robert, Bishop of Hereford (160317), effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110a; arms of, Hereford (1), p. 110a, 117a.

Benson, George, Dean of Hereford, 1691, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Berington, . . ., 1657, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Beri[nson], Jhon, 1691, p. 38b.

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

Bernithan Court, Llangarren (4), p. 169a.

Berrington Street: Hereford (5559), p. 137a; City Wall in, Hereford (5), p. 127a.

Betham, Anne (Guyllyn), wife of Edward Betham, 1700, floor-slab, Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.

Bethune or Betun, Robert de, Bishop of Hereford (113148), p. 90b; effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110b.

Bewell Street, No. 43, Hereford (69), p. 138a.

Biddlestone, Llangarren (20), p. 171a.

Bier, 17th-century, Foy (1), p. 65b.

Bigglestone Farm, cottage near, Much Birch (5), p. 23a.

Billingsley Farm, Holme Lacy (13), p. 151b.

Birch, Little, p. 22b.

", Much, p. 23a, b.

Bisse, Philip, Bishop of Hereford (171321), pp. 91b, 114b, 116b, 117a.

Black Daren Farm, Llanveynoe (11), p. 174b.

Blackfriars, see under Monastic and Collegiate Houses.

Black House, Garway (3), p. 72a.

Black Lion, see under Inns.

Black Swan, see under Inns.

Blaenau, Michaelchurch Escley (21), p. 202b.

Blaen-Olchon, Llanveynoe (27), p. 177a.

Blakemere, pp. 23b24b.

Blakeways, Callow (4), p. 35a.

Blewhenstone, Llanwarne (4), p. 179a.

Blue School Street, City wall at rear of, Hereford (5), p. 127.

Bodcott Farm, Dorstone (13), p. 57b.

Bodenham:
-, Agnes, see Parry.
-, Thomas, son of Roger Bodenham, 1589, p. 54b.
-, William, son of Sir Roger Bodenham, K.B., 1641, and his wife, 1671, floor-slab, Much Dewchurch (4), p. 51b.

Bohun:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Joan (Plunkenet), wife of Henry de Bohun, altar-tomb with effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 109a.

Bolstone, pp. 24b25a.

Bond, John, 1698, floor-slab, Llangarren (1), p. 168a.

Bone Mill (Treseck Mill), Hentland (9), p. 89b.

Bookcases, see under Furniture.

Books:
-, Chained: Hereford (1), p. 108b; (3), p. 125a.
-, Destructorium Vitiorum (Carpenter, 1497): Hereford (3), p. 125a.
-, Golden Legend (Caxton, 1483): Hereford (1), p. 108b.
-, Gospels (8th-century): Hereford (1), p. 108b.
-, Polychronicon (1495): Hereford (1), p. 108b.
-, Prayer-book (1677): Foy (1), p. 66a.
-, " (1681): Hereford (11), p. 131a.
-, Provinciale (Lyndwood, 1473): Hereford (1), p. 108b.

Booth:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Charles, Bishop of Hereford (151635), p. 91a; altar-tomb with effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 111b.
-, Luke, 1673, monument, Hereford (1), p. 109b.

Booth Hall, The, Hereford (21), p. 133b.

Boothbie, Oliver, 16734, floor-slab, Llanrothal (1), p. 172a.

Bosses (Carved and not in situ): Abbey Dore (2), p. 9a; Hereford, (1), p. 114b; (13), p. 131b.

Bottrell Farm, Bredwardine (9), p. 27b.

Boucher, Charles, see Mary Taylor.

Boughan, William, Churchwarden of Goodrich, 1665, p. 74b; see also Baughan.

Bowcot, Philip, 1701, headstone, Moccas (1), p. 204b.

Bowdler:
-, Jane (Fell), wife of William Bowdler, 1660, monument, Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-, Mary (Seaborne), wife of William Bowdler, 1665, monument, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Bowling Green, earthwork, Clehonger (4), p. 37b.

Bowls, see Basins under Plate, Church.

Bowlston Court Wood, Tump near, Kentchurch (2), p. 153a.

Boycott:
-, Anne, daughter of Thomas Boycott, 1697, and William his son, 16989, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-, Thomas, 16989, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Brackets:
-, 13th-century: Longtown (1), p. 180a.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a.
-, 14th-century: Aconbury (1), p. 13a; Foy (1), p. 67a; Longtown (2), p. 181b; Thruxton (1), p. 238a.
-, Late 14th or early 15th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 36b.
-, 15th-century: Blakemere (1), p. 24a; Garway (1), p. 71a; Hereford (1), p. 105b; (2), p. 121b; (3), p. 125a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b; Sellack (1), p. 235b; Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-, c. 1500; Clehonger (1), p. 36b; Garway (1), p. 71a.
-, 16th-century: St. Weonards (2), p. 229a.
-, Undated: Bredwardine (1), p. 26a; Peterchurch (2), p. 211b; Rowlstone (1), p. 221b; St. Weonards (2), p. 229a.

Braose, Giles de, Bishop of Hereford (120015), effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110a.

Brasses, Monumental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, Civil (principal figures accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, inscriptions, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, Men: 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 106a. 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 105b. c. 1600: Hereford (1), p. 106a.
-,-, Women: 15th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 36b; Hereford (1), p. 106b. 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 106a. c. 1600: Hereford (1), p. 106a.
-,-, Boys: 17th-century: Llandinabo (1), p. 166b.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, Men: 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 105b, 106b. 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 106a. 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 106a.
-, Military:
-,-, 15th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 36b; Hereford (1), p. 106a, b.
-,-, 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 106a.
-, Inscriptions only:
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 106a.
-,-, 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 106b; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a.
-,-, 17th-century: Hereford (1), p. 106a; Madley (1), p. 195b; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; St. Weonards (2), p. 229a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hereford (1), 106b.
-, Indents:
-,-, Hentland (1), p. 85b; Hereford (1), p. 106b, 111a, 112b; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146a; Llandinabo (1), p. 166b; St. Weonards (2), p. 229a; Welsh Newton (1), p. 249b; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.

Brass Knoll Farm, Llanveynoe (10), p. 174b.

Breadshelf, 17th-century, Hereford (3), p. 126ab.

Bredwardine, pp. 25a28a.

", Castle, Bredwardine (3), p. 26b.

Breton, John le, Bishop of Hereford (126975), p. 91b; monument possibly heart-burial of, Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b.

Brewster, William, p. 125a.

Bridge Farm: Ewyas Harold (3), p. 64b; (barn), Kilpeck (7), p. 160a; Michaelchurch Escley (4), p. 201a.

" Inn, see under Inns.

" Street: Hereford (4854), p. 136b137a.

Bridges:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, Dating from the 14th century: Goodrich (2), p. 78a; Hereford (6), p. 127a.
-, Dating from the 16th century: Bridstow (3), p. 31b.
-, Dating from the 17th century: Abbey Dore (4), p. 9b.
-, Dating from early in the 18th century: St. Weonards (4), p. 232a.

Bridges, Charles, p. 32; see also Brydges.

Bridget, St., building dedicated to, see Dedications.

Bridstow, pp. 28a34b.

Broad Oak, cottages, St. Weonards (11), p. 233b; Mission room at, p. 230b.

Broad Oak Inn, see under Inns.

" Street: Hereford (3339), p. 135.

Brook Farm, Callow (8), p. 35b.

" House: Hereford (125), p. 144a; Whitchurch (4), p. 254a.

Brooks Farm, The, Longtown (19), p. 188a.

Broom Farm, Llanrothal (5), p. 172b.

Broome, Sarah, see Johnson.

Bronze-work, see under Metalwork.

Broughton, Lucy, 1684, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Brydges:
-, Arms of, Tyberton (1), p. 242ab.
-, Anne (Sheet), wife of Edmund Brydges, 1696, monument, Tyberton (1), p. 242b.
-, Francis, 1727, and Elizabeth (Oswald) his first wife, 16901, monument, Tyberton (1), p. 242b.
-, Sir Giles, Bart., 1637, floor-slab, Peterstow (1), p. 218a.
-, Sir John, Bart., owner of Wilton Castle, Bridstow (2), p. 29a; headstone, 16512, and to Grace, wife of Giles Brydges, 16956, Peterstow (1), p. 218a.
-, Margaret, daughter of William Brydges, 1671, monument erected by her sister Hester, Tyberton (1), p. 242b.
-, Mary (Kemp), wife of Marshall Brydges, and Marshall Brydges, 1709, floor-slab, Tyberton (1), p. 242b.
-, William, 1668 and Anne (Marshall) his wife, 1656, monument, Tyberton (1), p. 242b.
-, See also Bridges.

Brydges Arms Inn, now a cottage, Tyberton (7), p. 243b.

Bryngwyn Park, Homestead Moat, Much Dewchurch (2), p. 50b

Brynspard Farm, Dorstone (17), p. 57b.

Bubb:
-, Mary (Abrahall), wife first of Paul Abrahall and secondly of Col. Jeremiah Bubb, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.
-, Mary, 1678, daughter of Mary and Jeremiah Bubb, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.
-, Scudamore, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.

Buean, William, 16956, monument, Allensmore (1), p. 15b.

Building Materials, see Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.

Bullingham or Bullinghope, Lower, p. 34b.

" ", Upper, see Grafton.

Bullock:
-, Joane (Willcokes), wife of Edward Bullock, floor-slab, Grafton (1), p. 83a.
-, Thomas, 1713, and Thomas his son, 1714, floor-slab, Grafton (1), p. 83a.
-, Thomas, see Gannell.

Bull Ring Inn, see under Inns.

Burgehyle, Richard, 1492, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a.

Burnt House, Clifford (12), p. 41b.

Butchers' Company, arms of, Hereford (17), p. 132b.

Butchers' Hall, Hereford (17), p. 132b; fire-back from The Moor in, p. 144a.

Butler, James, 1711, floor-slab, Cusop (1), p. 47a.

Byester's Gate, Hereford (5), p. 126b, 127a.

Caeiron, Michaelchurch Escley (26), p. 203a.

Caiaphas, see under Christ, Incidents in the Life of.

Caldicott Farm, St. Weonards (12), p. 233b.

Callow, pp. 34b35b.

" Farm, Callow (3), p. 35a.

Callow, Edward, 1704, headstone, Llanwarne (1), p. 178a.

Camp, The: Much Dewchurch (13), p. 52b; Michaelchurch Escley (29), p. 203b.

" Field, earthwork, Foy (6), p. 67b.

" Wood, earthwork, Abbey Dore (21), p. 11b.

Candelabra, see Ironwork.

Canondale, Holme Lacy (14), p. 152a.

Canterbury, Arms of See of, before 1550, see under Heraldry; for Blazon, see Armorial: after 1550, impaling Laud, Abbey Dore (2), p. 9a.

Cantilupe or Cantelow, St. Thomas, Bishop of Hereford (127582), p. 91a; arms of, before 1550, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; consecration of Dore Abbey, p. 1b; monument, Hereford (1), p. 111a; figures representing, Hereford (1) (Mayhew tomb), p. 110a; (brasses), p. 106a, b; carvings possibly representing miracles of, Hereford (1), p. 116a.

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

Capitals and bases of piers, etc., not in situ:
-, Pre-conquest: Clifford (16), p. 41b.
-, 12th-century: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50b, Hereford (1), pp. 92b, 114a; (oak), p. 117a; (12), p. 131b; Kilpeck (1), p. 158b; (4), p. 159b; Llangarren (1), p. 168b; Longtown (2), p. 181b; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a.
-, 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 9a; Clifford (5), p. 41a; Craswall (2), p. 44b; Orcop (1), p. 208b; Hereford (3), p. 126a; Walterstone (2), p. 247a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.
-, 14th-century: Hereford (3), p. 126a.
-, 15th-century: Hereford (3), p. 126a; (36), p. 135a; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a.

Caputt (?), name engraved on 15th-century chalice, Bacton (1), p. 20a.

Caradoc, Sellack (2), p. 236b.

Carey, Cottage at, Little Dewchurch (7), p. 48b.

Carpenter, Alexander, Destructorium vitiorum of, see under Books.

Carwarden or Carwardine:
-, Arms of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a.
-, Sarah (Hosier), wife of Andrew Carwardine, 1707, monument, Preston-on-Wye (1), p. 219b.

Carwardine Green Farm, Madley (19), p. 198a.

Carwendy, St. Weonards (15), p. 234a.

Castile, arms before 1550, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Castle Cliff, Hereford (4), p. 126b.

" -cwm, Peterchurch (22), p. 216a.

" Farm: Madley (12), p. 198a; mound at, Madley (27), p. 198b; Newton (14), p. 207b.

" Inn, see under Inns.

" Street: Hereford (9899), 141a, b; remains of buildings of Vicars Choral at No. 29, pp. 114b, 117b.

Castles:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxix, and Earthworks.
-, Dating from the 11th century: Hereford (4), p. 126b.
-, Dating from the 12th century: Goodrich (2), p. 74b; Kilpeck (2), p. 158b.
-, Dating from c. 1200: Longtown (3), p. 181b; Peterchurch (4), p. 213a; Welsh Newton (2), p. 250a.
-, Dating from the 13th century: Clifford (4), p. 39a.
-, Dating from late 13th or early 14th century: Bridstow (2), p. 29a.
-, Dating from late 15th or early 16th century: St. Weonards (3), p. 230b.

Catherine, St., see Katherine, St.

Cat ladders, Eaton Bishop (1), p. 61a.

Catson, Little Dewchurch (6), p. 48b.

Causeway Farm, Hereford (115), p. 143b.

Caxton, William, printer, Golden Legend of, see under Books.

Cayo, barn at, Llanveynoe (21), p. 176a.

Cecil or Seycell:
-, Arms of, Holme Lacy (2), p. 149a, b; Walterstone (2) (glass), p. 246b; crest of, Holme Lacy (2), p. 149b.
-, Frances, daughter of John, fourth Earl of Exeter, see Scudamore.
-, William, 1660, Alice his wife, 1697, and William his son, 1681, floor-slab, Ballingham (1), p. 21b.

Cedars, The, Much Birch (2), p. 23a.

Cefn-cist Farm, Michaelchurch Escley (12), p. 201b.

Ceilings:
-, Plaster:
-,-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliii.
-,-, 16th-century: Llangarren (7), p. 170b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Hereford (22), p. 133b; St. Weonards (12), p. 233b; Walterstone (4), p. 247a.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (6), p. 10a; Allensmore (4), p. 17a; Dewchurch, Little (2), p. 48a; Goodrich (7), p. 80a; (11), p. 81b; Hentland (8), p. 89a; Hereford (17), p. 133a; (29), p. 134b; (35), p. 135a; (37), p. 135b; (42), p. 136a; (47), p. 136a, b; (48), p. 136b; (53), p. 137a; (55), p. 137a; (57), p. 137a; (58), p. 137a; (71), p. 138b; (73), p. 138b; (74), p. 138b; (75), p. 139a; (83), p. 139b; (86), p. 140a; (105), p. 142b; (108), p. 143a; Holme Lacy (2), pp. 149b, 150a, b; Kentchurch (6), p. 155a; Llangarren (3), p. 168b; (4), p. 169a; Michaelchurch Escley (2), p. 201a; Newton (2), p. 206a; St. Weonards (3), p. 232a; Sellack (2), p. 237a.
-,-, c. 1700: Llangarren (3), p. 168b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Allensmore (3), p. 16b; Hereford (48), p. 136b; (74), p. 138b.

Cellars (Medival), see under Houses.

Celyn, Longtown (44), p. 191a.

Chairs, see under Furniture.

Chalices, see under Plate, Church.

Chamberlain, arms of, Much Dewchurch (1) (alms-dish), p. 50a.

Chandos, family of, p. 213a; vault in Aconbury church, p. 12a.

Chanstone Mill, Tumps near, Vowchurch (3), p. 245a.

Chapel, formerly a house, Madley (9), p. 197b.

", House, Monnington Straddle, Vowchurch (5), p. 245b.

", Tump, Hentland (2), p. 86b.

Chardstock (Dorsetshire), font in Harewood church from, p. 83b.

Charity Farm, Llanveynoe (22), p. 176a.

Charlton:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Lewis, Bishop of Hereford (136169), pp. 91a, 128a; effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 109b.
-, Thomas, Bishop of Hereford (132743), altar-tomb with effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110b.

Chsse, see under Plate, Church.

Chawndiler, Thomas, Dean of Hereford, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a.

Chepstow Priory, vault at, p. 90b.

Chests see under Furniture.

Chinn, Anne, Junior, 1712, floor-slab, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.

Christ:
-, See also under Mary the Virgin, St., and Child and Passion, Emblems of The.
-, Figures of: Bacton (1) (paten), p. 20a; Eaton Bishop (1) (glass), p. 60b; Ewyas Harold (1) (reredos), p. 64a; Hereford (1) (Mayhew tomb), p. 110a; (Lady Chapel), p. 112b; Holme Lacy (1) (glass), p. 146b; Michaelchurch Escley (1) (painting), p. 200b; St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b; Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b; In Majesty: Abbey Dore (2) (carved boss), p. 9a; Eaton Bishop (1) (glass), p. 60b; Hereford (1) (glass), p. 108a; (11) tympanum), p. 131a; Rowlstone (1) (tympanum), p. 221a.
-, Incidents in the Life of: The Nativity: Dulas (1) (carvings), p. 58b; Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b; Adoration of the Magi: Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a; Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b; Presentation in the Temple: Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a; The Last Supper: Dulas (1) (carving), p. 58b; Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a; Before Caiaphas: Ewyas Harold (1) (reredos), p. 64a; Before Pilate: Ewyas Harold (1) (reredos), p. 64a; Pilate washing his hands: Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b; The Bearing of the Cross: Hereford (1) (glass), p. 108a; Crucifixion: Allensmore (1) (glass), p. 15b; Bacton (1) (chalice), p. 20a; Dulas (1) (carving), p. 58b; Eaton Bishop (1) (glass), p. 60b; Foy (1) (glass) p. 66a; Hentland (1) (churchyard cross), p. 85b; Hereford (1) (carving), p. 103a; (glass), p. 108a; (indent), p. 109b; (Aquablanca tomb), p. 110b; Llanveynoe (1) (carving), p. 173a; Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b; Madley (1) (churchyard cross), p. 195b; St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b; Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b; Thruxton (1) (glass), p. 238b; Tyberton (1) (churchyard cross), p. 242b; The Marys at the Sepulchre: Hereford (1) (glass), p. 108a; Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a; The Ascension: Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; Bell dedicated to, Rowlstone (1), p. 221b.

Christ Church, building dedicated to, see Dedications.

Church Farm: (barn) Little Birch (4), p. 22b; Upper Bullingham, Grafton (3), p. 83b; Much Dewchurch (8), p. 52a; Madley (6), p. 197b.

" House: Allensmore (5), p. 17b.

" " Farm: Blakemere (2), p. 24a; Garway (2), p. 72a.

" Street: Hereford (106110), pp. 142b143a.

Churches and Chapels:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.
-, Pre-Conquest:
-,-, Dating from the 11th century: Kilpeck (1), p. 156a; Peterstow (1), p. 217a.
-, Post-Conquest:
-,-, Dating from the 11th century: Bredwardine (1), p. 25b; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 59a; Hereford (1) (Chapel of SS. Katherine and Mary Magdalene), pp. 114b, 115b.
-,-, Dating from late 11th or early 12th century: Llancillo (1), p. 164a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 239a.
-,-, Dating from the 12th century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 1a; Allensmore (1), p. 14a; Bolstone (1), p. 24b; Clehonger (1), p. 35b; Cusop (1), p. 46b; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 48b; Garway (1), p. 69a; Upper Bullingham, Grafton (1), p. 83a; Hereford Cathedral, Hereford (1), p. 90a; Kingstone (1), p. 161a; Llanrothal (1), p. 171b; Longtown (1), p. 179b; Madley (1), p. 191b; Moccas (1), p. 203b; Peterchurch (1), p. 209b; (2), p. 211a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 218b; Rowlstone (1), p. 220b; St. Margarets (1), p. 225b; Sellack (1), p. 234b; Turnastone (1), p. 241a; Vowchurch (1), p. 243b; Wormbridge (1), p. 255a.
-,-, Dating from late 12th or early 13th century: Hereford (2), p. 120a.
-,-, Dating from the 13th century: Aconbury (1), p. 12a; Bacton (1), p. 18b; Ballingham (1), p. 21a; Clifford (1) p. 38a; Craswall (2), p. 42b; Ewyas Harold (1), p. 62a; Foy (1), p. 64b; Goodrich (1), p. 73a; Hereford (3), p. 122a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 144b; Llanveynoe (1), p. 173a; Llanwarne (1), p. 177a; Longtown (2), p. 181a; Orcop (1), p. 207b; St. Devereux (1), p. 223a; St. Weonards (2), p. 227b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 249a; (2) (Pembridge Castle Chapel Crypt), p. 250b; Whitchurch (2), p. 253a.
-,-, Dating from c. 1300: Goodrich (2) (Goodrich Castle Chapel), p. 76b; Hentland (1), p. 84b.
-,-, Dating from the 14th century: Bridstow (1) (Tower), p. 28a; Dewchurch, Little (1) (Tower), p. 47b; Dewsall (1), p. 52b; Llangarren (1), p. 167a; Pencoyd (1), p. 209a; Thruxton (1), p. 237b.
-,-, Dating from late 14th or early 15th century: Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 199b; Walterstone (2), p. 246b.
-,-, Dating from the 15th century: Craswall (1), p. 42a; Hereford (1) (Chapel of Vicars Choral, converted into chapel in 17th century), pp. 117b, 118a.
-,-, Dating from the 16th century: Dinedor (2), p. 54a; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152a.
-,-, Dating from the 17th century: Hereford (10) (Chapel of Coningsby's Almshouses), pp. 129b, 130a; Hereford (15) (Chapel of Price's Almshouses), p. 132a; St. Weonards (8) (Formerly Chapel of Ease, now a barn), p. 233b.
-,-, Date uncertain: Llandinabo (1), p. 166a.
-,-, Rebuilt, but incorporating old material: Blakemere (1), p. 23b; Bridstow (1), p. 28a; Little Dewchurch (1), p. 47b; Dinedor (1), p. 54a; Dorstone (2), p. 55b; Hereford (11) (St. Giles' Hospital Chapel), p. 130b; Tyberton (1), p. 242a.

Churchfield Cottage, Madley (24), p. 198b.

Cistercians, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

City Arms Hotel, see under Inns.

Civil War, Aconbury Camp occupied during, p. 14a; Wilton bridge damaged during, p. 32a; Wilton Castle burnt during, p. 29a; Scots' Hole, p. xxxvii; Wye Bridge, Hereford, pp. 127, xl; Siege of Pembridge Castle, pp. 250b, 252b.

Clarke, Clarcke or Clearke:
-, Clement, 1656, floor-slab, Kingstone (1), p. 163a.
-, James, 1640, monument, Hereford (1), p. 111b.
-, Katherine, wife of George Clearke, 1675, headstone, Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b.
-, Ursula, 1666, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112b.

Clehonger, pp. 35b37b.

Clement, Grace, see Rogers.

Clifford, pp. 38a42a.

" Castle, Clifford (4), p. 39a.

Clifford:
-, Arms, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; Clifford Castle owned by family of, p. 39a.
-, Mahaud de Gorneye, wife of Roger de Clifford, coffin-lid of, Aconbury (1), p. 13a.

Clive, Geoffrey de, Bishop of Hereford (111520), effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110b.

Clodock, see Longtown.

" St., building dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Clothier Farm, Michaelchurch Escley (19), p. 202a.

Cluniacs, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Cobhall Farm, Allensmore (4), p. 16a.

Coed-poath, St. Margarets (6), p. 227a.

Coed-y-Grafel, see Cored-Gravel.

Coffin-chalices, see under Plate, Church.

Coffins:
-, 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Hereford (1), p. 107a.
-, Medival: Craswall (2), p. 43a.

Coffin-lids:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, 12th-century: Bredwardine (1), p. 26a; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b; Moccas (1), p. 204a.
-, 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Aconbury (1), p. 13a; Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Ewyas Harold (1), p. 63a; Foy (1), p. 66b; Garway (1), p. 71a; Grafton (1), p. 83a; Hentland (1), p. 83b; Hereford (1), p. 107a; (10), p. 130a; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b; Kilpeck (1), p. 158a; Kingstone (1), p. 162b; Llandinabo (1), p. 166b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a; Moccas (1), p. 204a; Pencoyd (1), p. 209a; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; St. Weonards (2), p. 229b; Sellack (1), p. 235b; Thruxton (1), p. 238a; Welsh Newton (1), p. 249b.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Clifford (1), p. 38b; Garway (1), p. 71b; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146a; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b.
-, 14th-century: Aconbury (1), p. 13a; Allensmore (1), p. 15b; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60a; Hereford (1), p. 107a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146a, b; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; St. Weonards (2), p. 229b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 239b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 249b.
-, Medival: Ewyas Harold (1), p. 63a.

Coke, George, Bishop of Hereford (163646), effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 109b.

Coldbrook Farm (barn), Longtown (20), p. 188a.

Coldwell, cottage at, Kingstone (13), p. 164a.

Cole's Tump, earthwork, Much Dewchurch (12), p. 52a.

College of Vicars Choral, see under Hereford Cathedral.

Coll(es) (?), Elizabeth, daughter of Nicholas Coll(es), and wife of Benjamin . . ., 1646, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b.

Colley, William and Elizabeth, 1701, headstone, Hentland (1), p. 86a.

Collins:
-, James, 1683, and Mary (Abrahall) his wife, 1701, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.
-, ... ce, relict of James Collins, 1696, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.

Commandments, The Ten: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a; Longtown (1), p. 180b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 239b.

Commercial Street: Hereford (8488), p. 140a.

Communion Rails:
-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Blakemere (1), p. 24a; Foy (1), p. 66a; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a; Longtown (1), p. 180a; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230b; Sellack (1), p. 235b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244b.
-, Early 18th-century: Garway (1), p. 71b; Hereford (3), p. 125a; (11), p. 131a.

Communion Tables:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, 17th-century: Blakemere (1), p. 24a; Dewsall (1), p. 53a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Foy (1), p. 66a; Hereford (3), p. 125a; (10), p. 130a; (15), p. 132a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b; Kingstone (1), p. 162b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Madley (1), p. 195b; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a; (2), p. 239b; Thruxton (1), p. 238a; Turnastone (1), p. 241b; Wormbridge (1), p. 255b.
-, c. 1700: Hereford (2), p. 121b; Longtown (1), p. 180a.
-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Ewyas Harold (1), p. 63b.

Coningsby's Hospital, Hereford (10), p. 129b.

Coningsby:
-, Arms, Hereford (10), pp. 129b, 130a, b; crest, p. 130a.
-, Cecilia, see Woolmer.
-, Fitzwilliam, Corporal, Hereford (10), p. 130a.
-, Sir Thomas, Hereford (9), pp. 128b, 129a; (10), p. 129b; and Philippa his wife, p. 129a.

Constitutional Club, Hereford (105), p. 142a.

Cope, James and Edward his son, 17045, headstone, Peterstow (1), p. 218a.

Cored-Gravel (probably Coed-y-Grafel), Roman pavement at, Walterstone (1), p. 246b.

Cottage Farm, barn, Much Dewchurch (9), p. 52a.

Cottingham, Lewis, architect, p. 91b.

Coulcom, Richard, churchwarden at Preston on Wye, p. 219b.

Court Farm: Upper Bullingham, Grafton (2), p. 83b; Craswall (3), p. 44b; Little Dewchurch (2), p. 48a; Foy (3), p. 67b; Huntington, Hereford (131), p. 144b; Rowlstone (2), p. 222a; Walterstone (5), p. 247a.

Courtfield, Welsh Bicknor (3), p. 248b.

Court Lacca, Longtown (41), p. 190b.

Cover-patens, see under Plate, Church.

Cox, Richard, pp. 130b, 131a.

Craswall, pp. 42a46b.

" Priory, Craswall (2), p. 42b.

Credence Table, modern, but incorporating old material, Walterstone (2), p. 246b.

Credenhill, bowl of Eaton Bishop font now at, p. 60a.

Creed, The, Abbey Dore, p. 8a.

Cristof, Alce, 16789, floor-slab, Walterstone (2), p. 247a.

Croft:
-, Bridget, daughter of Sir Herbert Croft, 1694 (?), floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-, Herbert, Bishop of Hereford (166291), floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Cross-End Farm, farm-buildings at, Moccas (10), p. 205b.

Cross Lodge Farm, Dorstone (12), p. 57b.

Crosses:
-, Churchyard, Standing or Wayside (mostly portions only or modern restorations):
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-,-, 14th-century: Much Birch (1), p. 23a; Blakemere (1), p. 24a; Bridstow (6), p. 33b; Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a; Hentland (1), p. 85b; Hereford (7), p. 128a; Llancillo (1), p. 164b; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; Madley (1), p. 195b; Tyberton (1), p. 242b.
-,-, Late 14th or early 15th-century: Bredwardine (1), p. 26a; Ewyas Harold (1), p. 63a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b.
-,-, 15th-century: Garway (1), p. 71a; Marstow (1), p. 199a; St. Weonards (2), p. 229b; Sellack (1), p. 235b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Harewood (1), p. 83b; Walterstone (2), p. 246b.
-,-, Medival: Allensmore (1), p. 15a; Bridstow (1), p. 28b; Clehonger (1), p. 37b; Craswall (1), p. 42b; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50b; Dewsall (1), p. 53a; Dulas (1), p. 58b; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 61a; Foy (1), p. 66a; Garway (9), p. 73a; Grafton (1), p. 83a; Hentland (10), p. 89b; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146a; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b; Kentchurch (1), p. 153a; Kingstone (1), p. 162b; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a; Madley (3), p. 197a; Orcop (1), p. 208b; Pencoyd (1), p. 209a; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; Rowlstone (1), p. 222a; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248a; Welsh Newton (1), p. 249b.
-,-, 17th-century: Goodrich (1), p. 73b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Bolstone (1), p. 25a.
-,-, Undated: Dorstone (6), p. 57a; Llanveynoe (1), p. 173b.
-, Gable:
-,-, 14th-century: Allensmore (3), p. 14b; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 49b; Madley (1), p. 194b; Sellack (1), p. 235b.
-,-, 15th-century: Harewood (1), p. 84a.
-,-, Medival: Abbey Dore (1), pp. 3b, 4b; Hereford (126), p. 144a.
-,-, 17th-century: Garway (1), p. 71b; Vowchurch (1), p. 245a.
-, Preaching:
-,-, See also Sectional Preface, pp. xxxix, xlii.
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford (9), pp. 128b, 129a.

Crossway Farm, Hereford (129), p. 144a.

Crucifixion, see under Christ, Incidents in the Life of.

Crypts and Undercrofts:
-, 13th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 90b, 103a; Welsh Newton (2), pp. 250b, 252a.
-, 14th-century: Madley (1), p. 193b.

Cupboards, see under Furniture.

Cups, see under Plate, Church.

Cusop, pp. 46b47b.

" Castle, earthwork, Cusop (2), p. 47a.

Cuthbert, St., building dedicated to, see Dedications; bell dedicated to, Hereford (1), p. 105b.

" Bishop of Hereford (736742), Archbishop of Canterbury (742759), p. 90a.

Cwarelau, Newton (6), p. 206b.

Cwm, The, Llanrothal (4), p. 172a.

" Barn: Ewyas Harold (7), p. 64b; Kilpeck (15), p. 160b.

" Farm: Longtown (23), p. 188a; Walterstone (7), 248a.

" Maddoc, Garway (7), p. 72b.

" Steps, Craswall (16), p. 46b.

Cwmbologue, Longtown (35), p. 189b.

Cynyder, Peterchurch (27), p. 216b.

Daren Farm Barn, Llanveynoe (16), p. 175a.

David, St., buildings dedicated to, see Dedications; figures of, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a; Abbey Dore (2) (painting), p. 8a.

Davies or Davis:
-, Ann, 1688, headstone, Peterstow (1), p. 218a.
-, George, headstone, Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b.
-, Mary, wife of Thomas Davis, 1684, headstone, Peterstow (1), p. 218a.
-, Philip, 1701, headstone, Peterstow (1), p. 218a.
-, Rebekah, wife of John Davis, 1711, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, Richard, 1691, and Martha his daughter, floor-slab, Grafton (1), p. 83a.
-, Thomas, 1690, headstone, Peterstow (1), p. 218a.
-, William, 1664, floor-slab, Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.

Dawyer, Richard, son of Richard Dawyer, 1707, headstone, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.

Dedications of Churches and Chapels:
-, All Saints: Clehonger (1), p. 35b; Hereford (3), p. 122a.
-, Christ Church: Llanwarne (modern church), pp. 177a, 178b.
-, St. Andrew: Allensmore (1), p. 14a; Bredwardine (1), p. 25b; Dinedor (1), p. 54a.
-, St. Bartholomew: Thruxton (1), p. 237b; Vowchurch (1), p. 243b.
-, St. Bridget: Bridstow (1), p. 28a.
-, St. Clodock: Longtown (1), p. 179a.
-, St. Cuthbert: Holme Lacy (1), p. 144b.
-, St. David: Little Dewchurch (1), p. 47b; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 48b; see also SS. Mary and David.
-, St. Deinst: Llangarren (1), p. 167a.
-, St. Denis or Dennis: Harewood (1), p. 83b; Pencoyd (1), p. 209b.
-, St. Dinebo: Llandinabo (1), p. 166a.
-, St. Dubricius: Ballingham (1), p. 21a; Hentland (1), p. 84b; St. Devereux (1), p. 223a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253a.
-, St. Ethelbert, see SS. Mary and Ethelbert.
-, St. Faith: Bacton (1), p. 18b; Dorstone (2), p. 55b.
-, St. Giles: Goodrich (1), p. 73a.
-, St. John the Baptist: Aconbury (1), p. 12a; Llanrothal (1), p. 171b; Llanwarne (1), p. 177a; Newton (1) (modern church), p. 206a.
-, SS. Katherine and Mary Magdalene: Hereford (1), pp. 114b, 115b.
-, St. Lawrence: Preston on Wye (1), p. 218b.
-, St. Leonard: Blakemere (1), p. 23b.
-, St. Margaret: St. Margarets (1), p. 225b; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248a.
-, St. Martin: Marstow (1) (destroyed church), p. 199a.
-, St. Mary: Abbey Dore (2), p. 1a; Little Birch (1), p. 22b; Callow (1), p. 34b; Clifford (1), p. 38a; Craswall (1), p. 42a; (2), p. 42b; Cusop (1), p. 46b; Foy (1), p. 64b; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152a; Kentchurch (1), p. 153a; Madley (1), p. 191b; Orcop (1), p. 207b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a; Turnastone (1), p. 241a; Tyberton (1), p. 242a; Walterstone (2), p. 246b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 249a.
-, SS. Mary and David: Kilpeck (1), p. 156a.
-, SS. Mary and Ethelbert: Hereford (1), p. 90a.
-, SS. Mary and Thomas of Canterbury: Much Birch (1), p. 23a.
-, St. Mary Magdalene: see SS. Katherine and Mary Magdalene.
-, St. Matthew: Marstow (1) (modern church), p. 199a.
-, St. Michael: Dewsall (1), p. 52b; Dulas (1), p. 58a; Garway (1), p. 69a; Kingstone (1), p. 161a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 199b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 239a.
-, St. Michael and All Angels: Eaton Bishop (1), p. 59a; Ewyas Harold (1), p. 62a; Moccas (1), p. 203b.
-, St. Peter: Upper Bullingham, Grafton (1), p. 83a; Hereford (2), p. 120a; Llancillo (1), p. 164a; Llanveynoe (1), p. 173a; Longtown (2), p. 181a; Peterchurch (1), p. 209b; Peterstow (1), p. 217a; Rowlstone (1), p. 220b; Wormbridge (1), p. 255a.
-, St. Swithin: Ganarew (1), p. 68b.
-, St. Tesiliog: Sellack (1), p. 234b.
-, St. Thomas: Wormbridge (1), p. 255a.
-, St. Thomas of Canterbury: see SS. Mary and Thomas of Canterbury.
-, St. Weonard: St. Weonards (2), p. 227b.
-, Unknown: Bolstone (1), p. 24b; Dinedor (2), p. 54a; Peterchurch (2), p. 211a.

Deinst, St., building dedicated to, see Dedications.

de la Barre, see Barre.

Delabere, Sir Richard, 1514, Anne (Awdley) and Elizabeth (Mores) his wives, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Delahay: arms of, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; see also Johnson.

Delamere:
-, Philip, p. 91b.
-, Richard, 1435, and Isabel his wife, 1421, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106b.
-, Arms of, before 1550, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Denis or Dennis, St., buildings dedicated to, see Dedications.

Denton, Alexander and Anne (Wyllyson) his wife, 1566, altar-tomb with effigies of, Hereford (1), p. 111a.

Desks, see under Furniture.

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

Dew, Thomas, 1680, and Catherine his wife, headstone, Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.

Dewchurch, Little, pp. 47b48b.

" Much, pp. 48b52b.

Dewsall, pp. 52b54a.

" Court, Dewsall (2), p. 53a.

Dextra Dei: Garway (1) (carving), p. 70a; Hereford (1) (coffin-paten), p. 113a.

Didley Court Farm, St. Devereux (3), p. 224b; earthworks, St. Devereux (2), p. 224b.

Digget's Wood, earthwork, Kilpeck (18), p. 160b.

Dinebo, St., building dedicated to, see Dedications.

Dinedor, pp. 54a55a.

" Camp, Dinedor (6), p. 55a.

Dingle, The, Bacton (3), p. 20a.

Dippersmoor Manor, Kilpeck (5), p. 159b.

Dishes, see under Plate, Church.

Dives, see Lazarus.

Dominicans, see Blackfriars under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Domitian, Emperor, Abbey Dore (2), p. 7a.

Donn, Philipp, 1666, also Philip Down, 1623, headstone, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.

Doom, The, Painting probably of, Madley (1), p. 196b.

Doors:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, In Churches:
-,-, Late 12th or early 13th-century: Peterchurch (1), p. 211a.
-,-, 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Madley (1), p. 195b.
-,-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 37a.
-,-, 14th-century: Bridstow (1), p. 28b; Foy (1), p. 66a; Hereford (1), p. 107b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 239b.
-,-, 15th-century: Foy (1), p. 66a; Hentland (1), p. 85b; Hereford (1), pp. 107b, 118b.
-,-, 16th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-,-, Medival: Peterchurch (1), p. 211a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Hereford (1), p. 107b.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Hereford (3), p. 125a; (11), p. 131a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200a; Sellack (1), p. 235b; Thruxton (1), p. 238a.
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Craswall (7), p. 45a; Goodrich (6), p. 80a; Hereford (1), p. 117b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Llanveynoe (19), p. 176a.

Dore Abbey, Abbey Dore (2), p. 1a.

Dorstone, pp. 55a58a.

" Castle, earthwork, Dorstone (3), p. 57a.

Dorstone Mill, Dorstone (10), p. 57b.

Douding, John (16989 ?), headstone, Bridstow (1), p. 29a.

Dove-cots and Pigeon-houses:
-, 14th-century: Garway (2), p. 72a.
-, 17th-century: Haywood (1), p. 84a; Kentchurch (6), p. 155b.
-, c. 1700: Llangarren (20), p. 171a.

Downe, Thomas, canon, 1489, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a.

Drew, Martha, 1704, and Tabitha, wives of William Drew, headstone, Sellack (1), p. 236a.

Dubricius, St., buildings dedicated to, see Dedications.

Dukes Farm, Craswall (11), p. 45b.

Dulas, p. 58a; stand-paten given by Ewyas Harold, p. 64a; remains of early church, p. 58a.

Dunn, Mary, wife of William Dunn, 1714, headstone, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.

Dunn's Farm, Ballingham (5), p. 22a.

Earthworks:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, Barrows: Dorstone (1), p. 55b; St. Weonards (1), p. 227b.
-, Castle Moats: Bridstow (2), p. 31b; Cusop (2), p. 47b; Goodrich (2), p. 78b; Hereford (4), p. 126b; Welsh Newton (2), pp. 250a, 252b.
-, Fish Ponds: Bredwardine (3), p. 26b; Clifford (5), p. 41a; Goodrich (3), p. 79b; Kentchurch (4), p. 153a; Michaelchurch Escley (2), p. 201a; Peterchurch (6), p. 214a.
-, Homestead Moats: Abbey Dore (3), p. 9b; Allensmore (2), p. 16a; Bolstone (2), p. 25a; Bredwardine (2), p. 26b; Much Dewchurch (2), p. 50b; Hentland (3), p. 87b; Kentchurch (3), p. 153a; Llangarren (2), p. 168b; Madley (2), p. 197a; Peterchurch (3), p. 213a; St. Devereux (4), p. 224b.
-, Monastic: Kilpeck (3), p. 159a.
-, Mounds, Mounts, Mottes or Tumps: Dorstone (4), p. 57a; (5), p. 57a; Hentland (2), p. 86b; Kentchurch (2), 153a; Llancillo (2), p. 165a; Peterchurch (5), p. 213b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (3), p. 240a; Vowchurch (2), p. 245a; (3), p. 245a.
-, Mounts or Mottes and Baileys: Bredwardine (3), p. 26b; Clifford (2), p. 38b; (3), p. 39a; (4), p. 39a; Cusop (3), p. 47b; Dorstone (3), p. 57a; Ewyas Harold (2), p. 64a; Hereford (4), p. 126b; Kilpeck (2), p. 159b; Llanrothal (2), p. 172a; Longtown (3), p. 181b; (4), p. 184a; Llanrothal (2), p. 172a; Moccas (2), p. 204b; Orcop (2), p. 208b; Peterchurch (4), p. 213a; St. Devereux (2), p. 224b; Walterstone (3), p. 247a.
-, Village-enclosures: Kilpeck (2), p. 158b; Madley (25), p. 198b.
-, Unclassified: Abbey Dore (21), p. 11b; (22), p. 11b; Aconbury (4), p. 13b; Bacton (9), p. 20b; Clehonger (4), p. 37b; Clifford (18), p. 42a; Much Dewchurch (12), p. 52a; (13), p. 52b; Dinedor (6), p. 55a; (7), p. 55a; Dorstone (18), p. 58a; Eaton Bishop (13), p. 62a; Foy (6), p. 67b; (7), p. 68a; Ganarew (2), p. 68b; Hentland (11), p. 90a; Hereford (133), p. 144b; (134), p. 144b; Kenderchurch (2), p. 152b; Kilpeck (18), p. 160b; Longtown (47), p. 191a; Madley (25), p. 198b; (26), p. 198b; (27), p. 198b; Michaelchurch Escley (29), p. 203b; Peterchurch (30), p. 217a; Rowlstone (12), p. 223a; St. Devereux (10), p. 225a; St. Margarets (7), p. 227b; (8), p. 227b; (9), p. 227b; Thruxton (5), p. 239a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (6), p. 240b; Turnastone (5), p. 242a; Vowchurch (6), p. 245b; (7), p. 246a; Walterstone (9), p. 248a; (10), p. 248a; Whitchurch (8), p. 254b.

East Street: Hereford (104105), p. 142a.

Eastnor, see Midsummer Hill.

Eaton Bishop, pp. 5962.

Eaton Camp, Eaton Bishop (13), p. 62a.

Edmund, King, figure of, Wormbridge (1) (glass), p. 255b.

Edward the Confessor, King, figure of, Hereford (1) (Stanbery tomb), p. 110a.

Edward I, silver penny of, p. 25a.

Edward III, bust of, Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51a.

Edwards:
-, John, 171011, floor-slab, Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, Mary (?), daughter of John Edwards, 1708, headstone, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.
-, William, 1710, floor-slab, Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a.

Edward's Barn, Rowlstone (8), p. 223a.

Effigies, Monumental:
-, See also Brasses, Monumental, and Sectional Preface, p. xliii.
-, Civil:
-,-, Men: c. 1300: Hereford (1), p. 109b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a. 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 109b. 15th-century: Hentland (3), p. 87b. 16th-century: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a. 17th-century: Bacton (1), p. 19b; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Holme Lacy (1) (Roman costume), p. 146b; Madley (1), p. 196b.
-,-, Women: 13th-century: Foy (1), p. 66b. Late 13th or early 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 111b; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b. 14th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Ewyas Harold (1), p. 63b; Hereford (1), p. 109a, b. 16th-century: Bacton (1), p. 19b; Hereford (1), p. 111a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b; Madley (1), p. 196b. 17th-century: Bacton (1), p. 19b; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Kentchurch (1), p. 153a; Madley (1), p. 196b.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, Men: 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b; Hereford (1), p. 110a, b. c. 1300: Clifford (1) (oak), p. 38b; Hereford (1), p. 110b. 14th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 109a, b, 110b, 111a, b. 15th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 110a, 111a. c. 1500: Hereford (1), p. 109b. 16th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 109b, 111b. 17th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 109b, 110a, 111a.
-, Military:
-,-, 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b.
-,-, 14th-century: Bredwardine (1), p. 26a; Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Hereford (1), pp. 109a, 111b; Moccas (1), p. 204b.
-,-, 15th-century: Bredwardine (1), p. 26a.
-,-, 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 111a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b; Madley (1), p. 196b.
-,-, 17th-century: Kentchurch (1), p. 153a.
-, Incised:
-,-, Civil: Men: 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 109a. Women: 14th-century: Allensmore (1), p. 15b. 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 109a. 16th-century: Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-,-, Ecclesiastical: Men: Medival: Hereford (1), p. 109a.
-,-, Military: 14th-century: Allensmore (1), p. 15b. 16th-century: Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-, Portion only:
-,-, 13th-century: Llangarren (1), p. 168b.
-, Busts:
-,-, Civil: Men: 16th-century: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a. 17th-century: Foy (1), p. 66b. Women: 17th-century: Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-,-, Ecclesiastical: Men: 17th-century: Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Egbert, King, bust of, Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51a.

Egerton, Henry, Bishop of Hereford (172346), pp. 90b, 114b, 115b.

Eign Gate, Hereford (5), pp. 126b, 127a.

Eign Street: Hereford (6468), pp. 137b138a; fireplace from No. 9, p. 133a.

Elfe, Elizabeth, 1706, floor-slab, Dewsall (1), p. 53a.

Elizabeth, Queen, figure of, Bacton (1) (Parry monument), p. 19b.

Elm Cottage, Preston on Wye (3), p. 220a.

Ephesus, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a.

Escley Cottage, Michaelchurch Escley (9), p. 201b.

Esgar, Adam, p. 91b.

Essex, screen from, Welsh Newton (2), p. 252a.

" Arms, see under Inns.

Esther, see Ahasuerus.

Ethelbert, St., and King of East Anglia (d. 794), p. 90b; building dedicated to, see SS. Mary and Ethelbert under Dedications; arms of, before 1550, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; after 1550, Hereford (1) (Mace), p. 113a; figures of: Hereford (1) (brasses), p. 106a, b; (glass), p. 108a; (stone), p. 108b; (Stanbery tomb), p. 110a; (Mayhew tomb), p. 110a; (Cantilupe tomb), p. 111a.

Euterpe, see the Muses.

Evangelists, see under Individual names; symbols of, Hereford (1) (glass), p. 108a; (floor-slab), p. 112b.

Evans:
-, William, 1659, and Mary his wife, busts of, Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-, William, 1704, and Anne his daughter, floor-slab, Garway (1), p. 71b.

Ewyas Harold, pp. 62a64b.

" " Castle, Ewyas Harold (2), p. 64a.

" " Priory, site of, p. 64a.

Exchequer Court, Thruxton (3), p. 238b.

Eynon's Farm, Tyberton (1), p. 242b.

Ezekiel, the Prophet, figure representing, Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a.

Fair Oak Farm, St. Margarets (4), p. 227a.

Faith, St., buildings dedicated to, see Dedications.

Faith, figures representing, Ewyas Harold (reredos), p. 64a; Tyberton (1), p. 242b.

Farmhouse, Abbey Dore (18), p. 11b.

", Madley (7), p. 197b.

Fedw, Rowlstone (10), p. 223a.

Fell, Jane, see Bowdler.

Fetherstone, Richard, 1705, headstone, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.

Field, Theophilus, Bishop of Hereford (16356), bust of, Hereford (1), p. 111a.

Field's Mill, Madley (22), p. 198b.

Finch, John, see under Bellfounders.

Fine Street Farm, Bredwardine (10), p. 27b.

Fireplaces, Overmantels, etc.:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, 12th-century: Kilpeck (2), p. 158b.
-, c. 1300: Goodrich (2), p. 76a.
-, 14th-century: Goodrich (3), p. 79a; Hentland (3), p. 87b; Peterchurch (8), p. 215a.
-, c. 1400: Welsh Newton (2), p. 250b.
-, 15th-century: Hereford (17), p. 133a.
-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 108a.
-, 16th-century: Harewood (2), p. 84a; Hereford (98), p. 141a.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Wormbridge (2), p. 255b.
-, 17th-century: Allensmore (4), p. 17a; Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51b; Dewsall (2), p. 53b; Hereford (17), p. 133a; (52), p. 136b; (53), p. 137a; (100), p. 141b; (105), p. 142b; Holme Lacy (2), pp. 149b, 150a, b; Kentchurch (6), p. 155a; St. Margarets (2), p. 226b.

Firs Farm: Llanveynoe (26), p. 176b; Michaelchurch Escley (11), p. 201b.

Fisher:
-, Henry, 1710, and Anne his wife, 1710, headstone, Ganarew (1), p. 68b.
-, Thomas, p. 254b.

Fishponds, see under Earthworks.

Fitzharold of Ewyas, Robert, grandson of William I, Dore Abbey founded by, p. 1a.

FitzOsbern, William, Earl of Hereford, Ewyas Harold Castle re-built by, p. 64a; Hereford Castle built by, p. 126b.

FitzRichard, Simon, Clifford Priory founded by, p. 40a.

Fitzwarine, Fulk, Tretire Castle owned by, p. 240a.

Fitzwilliam, arms of, Hereford (10), p. 130a.

Fives Court, Craswall (1), p. 42b.

Flagons, see under Plate, Church.

Flanesford Priory, Goodrich (3), p. 78b.

Fletcher:
-, Elizabeth, wife of George Fletcher, 16889, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112b.
-, John, 1670, and Thomas, 1699, table-tomb, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.
-, Thomas, 1708, table-tomb, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.

Floor-slabs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Foliot, Gilbert, Bishop of Hereford (114863), Bishop of London (116387), effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110b.

Fonts:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, 12th-century: Little Birch (1), p. 22b; Blakemere (1), p. 24a; Bredwardine (1), p. 26a; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Harewood (1), p. 83b; Hereford (1), p. 108a; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 239b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 249b; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.
-, Late 12th or early 13th-century: Foy (1), p. 66a; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b; Kilpeck (1), p. 158a; Madley (1), p. 196a; Moccas (1), p. 204b; Newton (1), p. 206a; Pencoyd (1), p. 209a; Rowlstone (1), p. 222a.
-, 13th-century: Bacton (1), p. 19b; Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Callow (1), p. 35a; Cusop (1), p. 47a; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60a; Kingstone (1), p. 163a; Llancillo (1), p. 164b; Llandinabo (1), p. 166b; Longtown (1), p. 180b; Turnastone (1), p. 241b; Walterstone (2), p. 246b.
-, 14th-century: Clifford (1), p. 38b; Dewsall (1), p. 53a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Foy (1), p. 66a; Garway (1), p. 71b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a.
-, 15th-century: Bridstow (1), p. 28b; Dinedor (1), p. 54a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200a; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; St. Weonards (2), p. 229b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a.
-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Hentland (1), p. 85b; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.
-, Medival: Marstow (1), p. 199a.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Hereford (3), p. 125a.
-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Bolstone (1), p. 25a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b; Llanwarne (1), p. 178b; Thruxton (1), p. 238a.
-, Undated: Peterchurch (2), p. 211b; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b.
-, Font-covers:
-,-, 17th-century: Bredwardine (1), p. 26a; Longtown (1), p. 180b; Moccas (1), p. 204b; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a.

Ford or Foord:
-, Jonatha, 1699, headstone, Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b.
-, Michael, 1705, headstone, Bridstow (1), p. 29a.

Forge, The, Peterchurch (6), p. 214a.

Forty Cottage, Madley (8), p. 197b.

Fouleshurst, effigy possibly of member of family of, Bredwardine (1), p. 26a.

Fowler, ..., sculptor, of Gloucester, p. 168a.

Fox, Helip, A.M., rector of St. Peter, Hereford, monument, Sellack (1), p. 235b.

Foy, pp. 64b68a; glass from Sellack copied at, p. 235a.

France, arms of Old France, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Franciscans, see Greyfriars under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Freneyes, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry, for blazon, see Armorial.

Friars, The, Little Dewchurch (5), p. 48b.

" Gate, Hereford (5), pp. 126b, 127a.

Frizer, T., p. 125b.

Frowsetoure, Edmund, S. T. P., dean of Hereford, 1529, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106b.

Funeral-helm, see Armour.

Furney, Robert, c. 1700, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.

Furniture:
-, See also Sectional Preface under Chairs and Chests, p. xli.
-, Book-cases:
-,-, c. 1600: Hereford (1), p. 108b.
-, Chairs:
-,-, 13th-century: Hereford (1), p. 106b.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Aconbury (1), p. 13a; Allensmore (1), p. 15a; Bredwardine (1), p. 26a; Bridstow (1), p. 28b; Dulas (1), p. 58a, b; Ewyas Harold (1), p. 63a; Foy (1), p. 66a; Garway (1), p. 71a; Hentland (1), p. 85b; Hereford (1), pp. 106b, 117b; (2), p. 121b; Kentchurch (1), p. 153a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200a; Moccas (1), p. 204a; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a; St. Weonards (2), p. 229a; Sellack (1), p. 235b; Turnastone (1), p. 241b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244b.
-, Chests:
-,-, 13th-century or earlier: Garway (1), p. 71a.
-,-, 13th-century: Kingstone (1), p. 162b; Llancillo (1), p. 164b; Longtown (1), p. 180a.
-,-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Foy (1), p. 66a; Hereford (1), p. 107a.
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford (3), p. 125a; St. Weonards (2), p. 229b.
-,-, Medival: Madley (1), p. 195b; Sellack (1), p. 235a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Allensmore (1), p. 15a; Much Birch (1), p. 23a; Dulas (1), p. 58b; Garway (1), p. 71a; Hentland (1), p. 85b; Llanwarne (1), p. 178b; Longtown (1), p. 180a; (2), p. 181b; Madley (1), p. 195b; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200a; Moccas (1), p. 204a; Newton (1), p. 206a; Orcop (1), p. 208b; Rowlstone (1), p. 222a; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a; Turnastone (1), p. 241b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b; Walterstone (2), p. 246b.
-, Cupboards:
-,-, 17th-century: Hereford (1), p. 107b.
-,-, c. 1700: Hereford (2), p. 121b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Dulas (1), p. 58b; Hereford (1), p. 107b.
-, Desks:
-,-, 17th-century: Dulas (1), p. 58b.
-, Pews, Seats, Stalls, Stools, etc., see Seating.
-, Tables:
-,-, See also Communion Tables.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 9a; Much Birch (1), p. 23a; Hereford (1), pp. 114a, 118a; (2), p. 121b; Orcop (1), p. 208b; St. Weonards (2), p. 230b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Craswall (1), pp. 42b; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b; Kentchurch (1), p. 153a.

Gabriel, St., bells dedicated to, Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; Rowlstone (1), p. 221b; figure of, Eaton Bishop (1) (glass), p. 60b.

Gaer Cop, Hentland (11), p. 90a.

Galleries:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 108a.
-, 15th-century: Goodrich (2) (Castle Chapel), p. 76b.
-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Kilpeck (1), p. 158a; Sellack (1), p. 235b; Welsh Newton (2), p. 252a.
-, c. 1700: Longtown (1), p. 180b.

Gammond, Henry, 1707, headstone, Foy (1), p. 66b.

Ganarew, pp. 68b69a.

Gannell, Anne, wife of Simon Gannell, and to the wife of Thomas Bullock, 1707, monument, Dorstone (2), p. 56.

Gaol Street, City wall in, Hereford (5), p. 127b.

Gardiner, Richard, D.D., 1670, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, arms of, p. 118a.

Garen (?), Richard, monument, Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a.

Garet (?), Mat (?), 1705, headstone, Allensmore (1), p. 15b.

Garn, Longtown (25), p. 188b.

Garn-galed, Longtown (24), p. 188b.

Garnons:
-, Peter, 16 ..., Anne his wife, 1626, Magdalen his daughter, 1622, and William Vaughan, her husband, monument with effigies, Madley (1), p. 196b.
-, William, p. 224b.

Garrison Meadow, earthworks in, Dinedor (7), p. 55a.

Garway, pp. 69a73a; barn of Caldicott Farm, St. Weonards, in parish of, p. 233b.

Gatehouses and Gateways:
-, See also Gates under Ironwork.
-, Dating from the 13th century: Clifford (4), p. 39a; Welsh Newton (2), p. 250b.
-, Dating from c. 1300: Goodrich (2), p. 76a.
-, Dating from the 14th century: Goodrich (2), p. 78a; Hentland (3), pp. 86b, 87a; Kentchurch (5), p. 153b.
-, Dating from the 16th century: Hereford (1), p. 118a.
-, Dating from the 17th century: Eaton Bishop (2), p. 61b; Hereford (10), p. 129b; (15), p. 132a.
-, Dating from c. 1700: Llangarren (4), p. 169b.
-, Dating from early in the 18th century: Haywood (1), p. 84a; Llangarren (3), p. 169a.

Geddes, Goodrich (7), p. 80a.

Geomo..., Mary, see Hoskins.

George, St., figures of, Hereford (1) (glass), p. 108a; Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

George I, Royal Arms probably of, Longtown (1), p. 180b.

Gerney or Gorneye, see Clifford; for arms, see Heraldry, and for blazon, see Armorial.

Gilbert:
-, Henry, 1694, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.
-, T., name inscribed on dove-cot, Garway (2), p. 72a.

Gilberts Place, Craswall (5), p. 45a.

Gildo, John, sculptor, Madley (1), p. 196b.

Giles, St., building dedicated to, see Dedications; figure of (?), Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Gillow Manor, Hentland (3), p. 86b.

Glan-dwr, Llanveynoe (23), p. 176a.

Glass:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, Figure-subjects:
-,-, 13th-century: Hereford (1), p. 108a; Madley (1), p. 196a.
-,-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Allensmore (1), p. 15b.
-,-, 14th-century: Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60a; Hereford (1), p. 108a-b; Madley (1), p. 196a; Moccas (1), p. 204b; Sellack (1), p. 235b; Wormbridge (1), p. 255b.
-,-, 15th-century: Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Hereford (1), p. 108b; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b; Wormbridge (1), p. 255b.
-,-, Late 15th and early 16th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7a.
-,-, 16th-century: St. Weonards (2), p. 229b; Sellack (1), p. 235b.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7a; Foy (1), p. 66a; Sellack (1), p. 235b.
-,-, Undated: Hentland (1), p. 85b.
-, Fragments:
-,-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Allensmore (1), p. 15b.
-,-, 14th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Much Dewchurch (4), p. 51b; Foy (1), p. 66b; Hereford (1), p. 108b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Madley (1), p. 196b; Moccas (1), p. 204b; Thruxton (1), p. 238b; Wormbridge (1), p. 255b.
-,-, 15th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7a; Much Dewchurch (4), p. 51b; Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Hereford (1), p. 108a, b; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b; Madley (1), p. 196b; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200a.
-,-, 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 108b; St. Weonards (2), p. 229b.
-,-, Medival: Craswall (2), p. 44b; Goodrich (2), p. 78b; Hereford (121), p. 143b.
-,-, 17th-century: Wormbridge (1), p. 255b.
-, Heraldic:
-,-, 14th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Hereford (1), p. 108a, b; Madley (1), p. 196a; Moccas (1), p. 204b.
-,-, 15th-century: Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Hereford (1), p. 108a, b.
-,-, 16th-century: Kentchurch (5), p. 154a; St. Weonards (2), p. 229b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7a.
-,-, 17th-century: Allensmore (1), p. 15b; Hereford (1), p. 117a; (10), p. 130a; (11), p. 131a; Llanwarne (1), p. 178b; Walterstone (2), p. 246b.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, 13th-century: Aconbury (1), p. 13a.
-,-, 14th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Garway (1), p. 71b; Sellack (1), p. 235b.
-,-, 15th-century: Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200a; Sellack (1), p. 235b.
-, Foreign:
-,-, Flemish or German: 16th-century: Llanwarne (1), p. 178b.
-,-, Swiss: 16th-century: Kentchurch (5), p. 154a.

Glasshouse Farm, St. Weonards (14), p. 233b.

Glibes Farm, Michaelchurch Escley (20), p. 202b.

Glinn, Joyce, 16856, headstone, Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.

Gloucester:
-, Bell foundry, see Bellfounders.
-, Benedictine Abbey of, pp. 92a, 158b.

God the Father, bell dedicated to, Dewsall (1), p. 53a.

Godwyn,..., widow of James P..., 16167, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Gomond, Bridget, 16845, wife of Edmond Gomond, 1713, floor-slab, Kilpeck (1), p. 158a.

Goode:
-, Ann, daughter of Thomas Goode, 1668, monument, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; floor-slab, p. 224a.
-, Richard, carpenter at Preston on Wye, p. 219b.
-, Thomas, son of Thomas Goode, 16645, monument, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; floor-slab, p. 224a.
-, Thomas, 16712, floor-slab, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.

Goodrich, pp. 73a82b.

" Castle, Goodrich (2), p. 74b; Wilton Castle Gatehouse possibly similar to, Bridstow (2), p. 31a.

Gorneye or Gerney, see Clifford; for arms, see Gerney under Heraldry, and for blazon, see Armorial.

Gou..., Dorothye, wife of John Gou..., floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112b.

Gough, John, 1618, brass, Madley (1), p. 195b.

Grafton with Upper Bullingham, pp. 82b83b.

Grandison, Peter de, altar-tomb with effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 109a.

Grandmont, Order of, see Monastic and Collegiate Houses.

Grange Farm, Abbey Dore (6), p. 9b.

Grapes Inn, see under Inns.

Great Bilbo, Longtown (7), p. 186b.

" Blackhill Farm, Craswall (13), p. 46a.

" Cefn Farm, Michaelchurch Escley (23), p. 202b.

" Corass, barn, Kentchurch (8), p. 155b.

" Cwmcoched, Longtown (21), p. 188a.

" Cwm Farm, Llanveynoe (3), p. 173b.

" Demesne, barn, Garway (8), p. 72b.

" Hunthouse, Longtown (28), p. 189a.

" Treaddow, Hentland (4), p. 87b.

" Turnant, Llanveynoe (19), p. 175b.

Green or Greene:
-, ..., 1699, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112b.
-, Als, wife of Richard Green, 16.., floor-slab, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.
-, Dorothy (Kemp), wife of James Green, 171314, James Green, 1714, also to William and Margaret Green his parents, floor-slab, Tyberton (1), p. 242b.
-, Martha, 1687, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-, Richard, 1702, and Katherine his daughter, 1689, headstone, Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a.
-, William, floor-slab, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.

Green Court, Eaton Bishop (2), p. 61a.

" Farm: Newton (11), p. 207b; Preston on Wye (4), p. 220a.

" Man, see under Inns.

Greenway Farm: Kilpeck (16), p. 160b; Whitchurch (6), p. 254b.

Gregory, Catherine, see Hoskyns.

Greidol, Longtown (30), p. 189a.

Grey, Wilton Castle owned by family of, Bridstow (2), p. 29a.

Greyfriars, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Greyhound, The, see under Inns.

Griffith, Elizabeth, wife of Roger Griffith, 1649, and Beatrix their daughter, wife of George Jones, 16601, monument, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.

Grithill, cottage at Kingstone (3), p. 163b.

Grosmont Castle, Monmouthshire, p. xl.

Grove, The, Llangarren (7), p. 170b.

" Farm: Longtown (39), p. 190a; Michaelchurch Escley (10), p. 201b.

Grumor (?), Richard, 1702 (?), monument, Allensmore (1), p. 15b.

Gunners Lane, City wall in, Hereford (5), p. 127a.

Gun-platforms, Pembridge Castle, p. 252b.

Gunter:
-, Elizabeth, daughter of John Gunter, 1696, monument, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.
-, Hannah, wife of Thomas Gunter, 171112, floor-slab, Cusop (1), p. 47a.
-, John, 1677, floor-slab, Cusop (1), p. 47a.

Guyllym, Anne, see Betham.

Gwerny-genny, barn, Kilpeck (12), p. 160b.

Gwillim or Gwillym:
-, Thomas, 1685, and Catherin, 17045, floor-slab, Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, Thomas, flagon given to Llangarren by, p. 168a.
-, William, 1698, Benedicta (Hoskins) his wife, 16934, William his son 17067, and William his son by his second wife Elizabeth (Kyrle), 170910, monument, Llangarren (1), p. 168a.

Gwyn, Edward, 1690, monument, Hereford (1), p. 111b; floor-slab, p. 112a.

Gwyrlodydd, Newton (4), p. 206b.

Haldingham, Richard de, Canon of Hereford, author of Mappa Mundi, p. 108b.

Hannis, Judeth, daughter of William Hannis, 1706 (headstone), Goodrich (1), p. 74a.

Harewood, pp. 83b84a.

" Farm, Clifford (8), p. 41a.

" Park, Harewood (2), p. 84a.

Harford:
-, Bridstock, pp. 122a, 131b.
-, Catherine, 16656, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a; Elizabeth, 166970, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a; Joyce, 1680, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a. Wives of Bridstock Harford,

Harley Court:
-, Harley House: Hereford (100), p. 141b.
-, No. 5: Hereford (101), p. 141b.

Harvey, John, Dean of Hereford, 1500, p. 91a; altar-tomb with effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 109b.

Hawks Wood, earthworks near, Clifford (18), p. 42a.

Hay, Sarah, wife of Robert de la Hay, see Johnson.

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

Haywood, p. 84.

" house, Haywood (1), p. 84a.

Headstones, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Heart Burial, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Helen, St., figure of, St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b.

Hendel, Robert, see under Bellfounders.

Henry V, bust of, Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51a.

Hentland, pp. 84b90a.

Heraldry:
-, Arms, Shields-of- (before 1550; for blazons, see Armorial, p. 256).
-,-, Acton: Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106b.
-,-, Audley: Hereford (1) (Audley Chantry Chapel), p. 103b; (glass), p. 108a.
-,-, Baskerville: Kentchurch (5) (glass), p. 154a; St. Weonards (2), p. 229b.
-,-, Beauchamp: Hereford (1) (slip-tile), p. 113a.
-,-, Berkeley: Abbey Dore (2) (tiles), p. 9a.
-,-, Bohun: Abbey Dore (2) (tiles), p. 9a; Hereford (1) (altar-tomb), p. 109a; Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a.
-,-, Booth: Hereford (1) (N. porch), p. 104b; (monument), p. 111b.
-,-, Canterbury, See of: (?) Hereford (1) (carving), p. 96b.
-,-, Cantilupe: Goodrich (1) (glass), p. 74b.
-,-, Capel: Kentchurch (5) (glass), p. 154a.
-,-, Charlton: Hereford (1), p. 109b; (7), p. 128b.
-,-, Clifford: Abbey Dore (2) (tiles), p. 9a; Aconbury (1) (coffin-lid), p. 13a.
-,-, Delabere: Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a.
-,-, Delahay: Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-,-, Delamere: Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106b.
-,-, Devereux: Hereford (1) (glass), pp. 108a, 118b; St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b.
-,-, Ethelbert, St.: Hereford (1), p. 112b; (Audley tomb), pp. 103b, 104a; (brass), p. 106b; (Mayhew tomb), p. 110a; (Stanbery tomb), pp. 96a, 110a; (Booth tomb), p. 111b.
-,-, Freneyes: Moccas (1) (glass), p. 204b.
-,-, George, St.: Hereford (1) (glass), p. 108a.
-,-, Gerney: Aconbury (1) (coffin-lid), p. 13a.
-,-, Hayward: Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a.
-,-, Hereford, Deanery: Hereford (1), pp. 96a, b, 103b, 104a, 106b, 108a, b, 109b, 110a, 111b.
-,-, " See: Hereford (1), pp. 96a, b, 103b, 104a, 106b, 109b, 110a, 111b.
-,-, Herl: Allensmore (1) (floor-slab), p. 15b.
-,-, Le Strange: Goodrich (1) (glass), p. 74a.
-,-, Lisle: Goodrich (1) (glass), p. 74a.
-,-, Mayhew: Hereford (1) (N. porch), p. 104b; p. 110a.
-,-, Morteyn: Hereford (1) (glass), p. 108a.
-,-, Mynors: St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b.
-,-, Nanphan: Kentchurch (5) (glass), p. 154a.
-,-, Parry: Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-,-, Pauncefote: Allensmore (1) (floor-slab), p. 15b.
-,-, Pembridge: Hereford (1), p. 111b.
-,-, Plunkenet: Hereford (1), (altar tomb), p. 109a.
-,-, Porter: Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a.
-,-, Spofford: Hereford (1) (boss), p. 99b.
-,-, Stanbery: Hereford (1) (Chantry chapel), p. 96a, b, 110a, 120a.
-,-, Talbot: Goodrich (1) (glass), p. 74a.
-,-, Thunder: Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-,-, Trevenant: Hereford (1) (Harvey monument), p. 109b.
-,-, Trilleck: Hereford (1) (Stanbery Chapel), p. 96b.
-,-, Tyes: Goodrich (1) (glass), p. 74a.
-,-, Verdon of Ewyas: Allensmore (1) (floor-slab), p. 15b.
-,-, Vere: Abbey Dore (2) (tiles), p. 9a.
-,-, Warenne: Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a.
-,-, Waterton: Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-, Royal Arms:
-,-, England (gules three leopards): 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2) (tiles), p. 9a. 14th-century: Madley (1), p. 196a.
-,-, England and France, c. 14051603 (azure three fleurs-de-lis or for France quartering England): Sovereign not identified: Hereford (1) (Stanbery tomb), p. 110a; (glass), p. 117a. Elizabeth: Bacton (1), p. 19b.
-,-, Stuart, 16031707 (quarterly: 1 and 4, France quartering England; 2, or a lion within a double-tressure flowered and counter-flowered gules for Scotland; 3, azure a harp or stringed argent for Ireland): Sovereign not identified: Hereford (1) (mace), p. 113a; Abbey Dore (2) (Screen), p. 9a; Hereford (108), p. 143a.
-,-, William III and Mary II (Stuart Royal Arms with a scutcheon of Nassau): Hereford (2), p. 122a.
-,-, Anne, after the Union with Scotland, 17071714 (quarterly: 1 and 4, England impaling Scotland; 2, France; 3, Ireland): Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.
-,-, Castile (gules a triple-towered castle or): Abbey Dore (2) (tiles), p. 9a.
-,-, France, Old (azure powdered with fleurs-de-lis or): Abbey Dore (2) (tiles), p. 9a; Hereford (1) (tiles), p. 113a.
-,-, Leon (argent a lion gules): Abbey Dore (2) (tiles), p. 9a.

Hereford: pp. 90a144b.
-, All Saints Church, Hereford (3), p. 90a; parish of, in Hereford city, p. 90a.
-, Castle: Hereford (4), p. 126b.
-, Cathedral: Hereford (1), pp. 90a120a; Ambulatory, p. 101a; Apse, remains of, pp. 90b, 92a; Audley Chantry Chapel, pp. 91a, 103b; Bishop's Cloister, p. 114b; Bishop's Palace, p. 116b; Central Tower, p. 97a; date of, p. 91a; Chapel of SS. Katherine and Mary Magdalene, pp. 114b, 115a; Chapel of St. Mary, p. 91b; Chapter House, pp. 114b, 116a; carved stones from, p. 131b; College of Vicars Choral, pp. 114b, 117b; Chapel, p. 118a; Crossing, p. 96b; Crypt under Lady Chapel, p. 103a; date of, p. 90b; Deanery, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; after 1550, Hereford (1) (mace), p. 113a; Eastern Towers, pp. 90b, 92b; Foundations of 12th-century apses, pp. 90a, b, 92a; Lady Chapel, p. 102a; date of, p. 90b; see also Crypt above; Library, p. 108b; Nave, p. 100a; date of, p. 90b; N. aisle, pp. 90b, 100b; S. aisle, pp. 90b, 101a; Muniment Room, The Old, pp. 91b, 98b; Porch, North, p. 104a; date of, p. 91a; Precincts, p. 114a; Presbytery, p. 92b; date of, p. 90b; N. aisle, pp. 90b, 95a; S. aisle, pp. 90b, 96b; Quire Vestry, p. 104a; date of, p. 91b; Sacristy, p. 99b; date of, p. 90b; Stanbery Chantry Chapel, pp. 91a, 95b, 96a; Transepts: North, p. 97a; date of, p. 91a; North-East, p. 101b; date of, pp. 90b, 91a; South, p. 98b; date of, pp. 90b, 91a; South-East, p. 102a; date of, pp. 90b, 91a; Vestibule between Chapter House and Cloister, p. 116b; Vicars Choral, p. 117b; date of, p. 114b; Hereford (99), p. 141a; Western Tower, date of, 91a; West Front, p. 91b.
-, City of: pp. 90a144b; parishes in, p. 90a.
-, " Gates, Hereford (5), pp. 126b, 139b.
-, " Wall, Hereford (5), pp. 126b, 139b.
-, St. John the Baptist, parish of, in Hereford City, p. 90a.
-, St. Martin, parish of, in Hereford City, p. 90a.
-, St. Nicholas, parish of, in Hereford City, p. 90a; statue of St. John the Baptist, formerly in Church of Hereford (1), p. 108b.
-, St. Owen, p. 90a.
-, St. Peter's Church, Hereford (2), p. 120a; parish of, in Hereford City, p. 90a; Helip Fox, rector of, p. 235b.
-, See of, arms of, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; Saxon, See of, p. 90a.

Hereford:
-, Elizabeth, see Smyth.
-, Elizabeth (Sampson), wife of John Hereford, 1712, floor-slab, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.

Herl:
-, Arms, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Sir Andrew and Johan his wife, 14th-century floor-slab, Allensmore (1), p. 15b.

Herod (Agrippa), Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a.

Heveningham, arms of, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a.

High Street, Hereford: Hereford (3132), p. 134b.

High Town, Hereford: Hereford (2130), pp. 133b134b.

High Town, Peterstow (2), p. 218a.

" " Farm, Peterstow (5), p. 218b.

Hill:
-, Elizabeth, 1677, and Walter her husband, 1706, floor-slab, Bredwardine (1), p. 26a.
-, Mary, wife of Thomas Hill, 1699, headstone, Bridstow (1), p. 29a.
-, Thomas and Marget his wife, inscription, Vowchurch (1), p. 245a.

Hill Farm: Abbey Dore (17), p. 11b; Ewyas Harold (6), p. 64b.

" Top Farm, Kilpeck (14), p. 160b.

Hington (?), John, 1676, and ... his daughter, wife of Francis Lambe, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Hinton Court: Hereford (121), p. 143b; Peterchurch (10), p. 215b.

" Cross, cottage at, Peterchurch (12), p. 215b.

" Farm, Peterchurch (11), p. 215b.

" Road, Cottage, Hereford (120), p. 143b.

Hodges, Elizabeth (Parrey), wife of Thomas Hodges, 1703, monument (3), Bredwardine (1), p. 26a.

Hole-in-the Wall, Foy (3), (4), (5), p. 67b.

Holling Grange Farm, Abbey Dore (13), p. 11a.

Hollingwood Farm, Abbey Dore (12), p. 10b.

Holme Lacy, pp. 144b152a.

" " House, Holme Lacy (2), p. 147b.

Holmer Within, parish of, in Hereford City, p. 90a.

Holt Farm, Michaelchurch Escley (13), p. 201b.

Homestead Moats, see under Earthworks.

Hope, figure representing, Tyberton (1), p. 242b.

Hopkin, John 1698, and Joane his wife, 1688, floor-slab, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.

Hopkins, Jno., churchwarden, Welsh Newton, p. 250a.

Hopton, Rachel, see Stantar.

Hosier, Sarah, see Carwardine.

Hoskins or Hoskyns:
-, Anne, wife of Bennet Hoskins, 1648, floor-slab (1), Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b.
-, Benedicta, see William Gwyllim.
-, Cesar, 1678, headstone, St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.
-, John, 1638, monument, Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b.
-, John, 1669, and Mary (Geomo . . .), his wife, 1694, monument, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.
-, Sir John, Bart., 1705, floor-slab, Harewood (1), p. 83b.
-, Philip, and Catherine (Gregory) his wife, arms of, Llangarren (4), p. 169b.
-, William, son of Bennet Hoskins, 1714 and Elizabeth his daughter, 1721, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b.

Hotale, William, 1432, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a.

Hotoft, Eden, see Barre.

Hour-glass, 17th or 18th-century, Hereford (3), p. 125a.

Houses (Medival):
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, Dating from the 12th century: Bishop's Palace, Hereford (1), p. 116b.
-, Dating from the 13th century: Hereford (4), p. 126b; (10), p. 129b.
-, Dating from the 14th century: Abbey Dore (6), p. 9b; Bredwardine (4), p. 26b; Clifford (5), p. 40a; Hentland (3), p. 86a; Hereford (21), p. 133b; (99), p. 141a; Kentchurch (5), p. 153b; Llanrothal (7), 172; Longtown (5), p. 184b; (6), p. 186a; (40), p. 190b; Peterchurch (8), p. 214b; Rowlstone (2), p. 222a.
-, Dating from late 14th or early 15th century: Hereford (102), p. 142a; Llanveynoe (11), p. 174b.
-, Dating from the 15th century: Allensmore (14), p. 18a; (15), p. 18a; Little Birch (3), p. 22b; Bridstow (11), p. 34a; Craswall (15), p. 46a; Much Dewchurch (5), p. 51b; (6), p. 52a; (8), p. 52a; Goodrich (16), p. 82a; Hentland (4), p. 87b; Hereford (1) (Vicars Choral), p. 117b; (33), p. 135a; (43), p. 136a; (106), p. 142b; (116), p. 143b; Kilpeck (5), p. 159b; Llancillo (8), p. 165b; Llangarren (5), p. 169b; (10), p. 170b; (12), p. 171a; Llanrothal (3), p. 172a; Longtown (7), p. 186b; (27), p. 188b; (34), p. 189b; (44), p. 191a; Michaelchurch Escley (27), p. 203a; Newton (6), p. 206b; Rowlstone (4), p. 222b; St. Weonards (15), p. 234a.
-, Dating from late 15th or early 16th century: Abbey Dore (15), p. 11a; Allensmore (4), p. 16a; Much Dewchurch (3), p. 50b; Hereford (20), p. 133a; (60), p. 137b; Llancillo (4), p. 165b; Llanveynoe (19), p. 175b; Newton (5), p. 206b; Peterchurch (11), p. 215b; St. Weonards (3), p. 230b.
-, Dating from early to mid 16th century: Clifford (15), p. 41b; Dorstone (13), p. 57b; Garway (7), p. 72b; Goodrich (7), p. 80a; Harewood (2), p. 84a; Hentland (5), p. 88a; Hereford (36), p. 135a; (50), p. 136b; (51), p. 136b; (105), p. 142a; (108), p. 142b; (122), p. 143b; Kingstone (9), p. 163b; Llangarren (3), p. 168a; (11), p. 170b; Marstow (10), p. 199b; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b; Newton (3), p. 206b; Peterstow (2), p. 218a; Preston on Wye (2), p. 220a; St. Devereux (3), p. 224b; St. Weonards (12), p. 233b; Thruxton (2), p. 238b; Vowchurch (4), p. 245b; Walterstone (6), p. 247b; Welsh Newton (4), 252b.
-, Medival, but undated: Hentland (8), p. 89a; Hereford (100), p. 141b; Peterstow (7), p. 218b; Preston on Wye (11), p. 220a.
-, Cellars under houses of later date:
-,-, 13th-century: Hereford (68), p. 138a.
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford (101), pp. 141b, 142a.
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (18), p. 133a; (24), p. 134a; (25), p. 134a; (70), p. 138a; (88), p. 140a.
-,-, Medival, but undated: Hereford (27), p. 134a; (31), p. 134b; (32), p. 134b; (35), p. 135a; (36), p. 135a; (37), p. 135b; (38), p. 135b; (41), p. 135b; (63), p. 137b; (76), p. 139a; (87), p. 140a; (91), p. 140b; (97), p. 141a; (100), p. 141b; (108), p. 143a.

Howells, Richard, 1707, headstone, Hentland (1), p. 86a.

Howton Farm, earthwork, Kentchurch (2), p. 152b.

Huison, see Sir William Powell, Bart.

Humphreys, Humphrey, Bishop of Hereford (170112), floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Huntington, parish of, in City of Hereford, p. 90a.

" Court Farm, Hereford (131), p. 144b.

Hunt, Philip, 16989, and Martha his daughter, 1694, monument, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Huntley Court, Preston on Wye (7), p. 220a.

Huntsham Court, Goodrich (11), p. 81a.

Hyde:
-, Cecilia, wife of David Hyde, see Woolmer.
-, Philipa, see Rodd.

Iles, Hannah. 1699, headstone, Grafton (1), p. 83a.

Images, see Statues.

Indents, see Brasses, Monumental.

Inns:
-, Axe and Cleaver: Much Birch (4), p. 23a.
-, Barrel: Hereford (65), p. 137b.
-, Black Lion: Hereford (53), p. 136b.
-, Black Swan: Much Dewchurch (6), p. 52a; Hereford (73), p. 138b.
-, Bridge Inn: Kentchurch (9) (barn), p. 155b.
-, Broad Oak: Garway (6), p. 72b.
-, Brydges Arms (now a cottage): Tyberton (7), p. 243b.
-, Bull Ring: Kingstone (8), p. 163b.
-, Castle: Hereford (126), p. 144a.
-, City Arms: Hereford (33), p. 135a.
-, Essex Arms: Hereford (80), p. 139a.
-, Grapes: Hereford (63), p. 137b.
-, Greyhound: Longtown (12), p. 187a.
-, King's Head: Bridstow (4), p. 32.
-, Lion: Bredwardine (5), p. 27a.
-, Lough Pool: Sellack (3), p. 237b.
-, Miners' Arms: Ballingham (7), p. 22a.
-, Nelson: Hereford (62), p. 137b.
-, New: Hentland (6), p. 88b.
-, Orange Tree: Hereford (45), p. 136a.
-, Oxford Arms: Hereford (79), p. 139a.
-, Plough: Hereford (128), p. 144a.
-, Red Lion: Kilpeck (6), p. 160a; Madley (4), p. 197b; Peterstow (8), p. 218b.
-, Royal Arms: Llangarren (15), p. 171a.
-, Spread Eagle: Hereford (41), p. 135b.
-, Three Horse Shoes: Llangarren (9), p. 170b.
-, White Hart: Hereford (37), p. 135a.
-, White Horse: Hereford (90), p. 140a.
-, Wye Bridge: Hereford (54), p. 137a.

Ironside, Gilbert, S. T. P., Bishop of Hereford (16911701), floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Ironwork:
-, Candle-brackets:
-,-, 15th or early 16th-century: Rowlstone (1), p. 221b.
-, Firebacks:
-,-, 17th-century: Llangarren (6), p. 170a; Whitchurch (7), p. 254b.
-, Gates: 17th-century: Abbey Dore (7), p. 10b.
-, Grates: Llanveynoe (25), p. 176b.
-, Hinges:
-,-, See also Doors, and Chests under Furniture.
-,-, 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Madley (1), p. 195b.
-,-, 14th-century: Bridstow (1), p. 28b; Foy (1), p. 66a.
-,-, 16th-century: Goodrich (6), p. 80a.
-,-, Medival: Clehonger (1), p. 37a.
-, Jacks:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Kilpeck (16), p. 160b.
-, Knockers: Craswall (7), p. 45b; Llanveynoe (19), p. 176a.
-, Overthrows:
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (7), p. 10b.
-,-, c. 1700: Llangarren (4), p. 169b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Llangarren (3), p. 169a.
-, Railings:
-,-, 16th-century: Hereford (1) (Booth tomb), p. 111b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Allensmore (3), p. 16a.

Isaac, see Abraham.

Ivy House: Llancillo (5), p. 165b.

Jack-o'-Kents, barn, Kentchurch (110), p. 155b.

Jackson, Edward, 1694, monument, Kentchurch (1), p. 153a.

James the Great, St., figures of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; Hereford (1) (Lady Chapel), p. 112b; symbol of, Hereford (1) (Stanbery Chapel), p. 96b.

James the Less, St., symbol of, Hereford (1) (Stanbery Chapel), p. 96b.

James, Martha, 1709, and Mary, 171011, daughters of Philip James, headstone, Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a.

Jenings, Samuel, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Jenkins, Ann, 1707, headstone, Longtown (1), p. 180b.

Jerome, St., figure of, Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Jesse Tree, Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a, b.

John the Baptist, St.: Churches dedicated to, see under Dedications; Priory of, see Flanesford Priory; figures of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106b; (image), p. 108b; (Grandison tomb), p. 109a; (Stanbery tomb), p. 110a; (Mayhew tomb), p. 110a; St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b.

John the Evangelist, St.: Churches dedicated to, see under Dedications; Bells dedicated to, Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Hentland (1), p. 85b; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; figures of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; Eaton Bishop (1) (glass), p. 60b; Foy (1) (glass), p. 66a; Hentland (1) (Churchyard-cross), p. 85b; Hereford (1) (carving) (?), p. 103a; (glass), p. 108a; (brass), p. 106a; (Mayhew tomb), p. 110a; (Lady chapel), p. 112b; Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a; Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b; symbols of, Hereford (1), Stanbery (Chapel), p. 96 ab.

Johnson:
-, Martin, A.M., vicar of Goodrich, floor-slab, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.
-, Sarah (Broome), wife successively of Robert de la Hay and William Johnson, 1689, monument, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Jones:
-, Andrew and Elizabeth his wife, 1497, altar-tomb with effigies of, Hereford (1), p. 109a.
-, Dorothy (Abrahall), 1690, and William Jones, 1696, her husband, monument, Foy (1), p. 66b.
-, George, rector of St. Devereux, see Griffith.
-, Gilbert, 171011, headstone, Sellack (1), p. 236a.
-, James, 1699, monument, St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.
-, John, 16756, headstone, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-, John and Mary his wife, 1676, floor-slab (10), Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.
-, Thomas, headstone, Moccas (1), p. 204b.
-, William, 1598, and Mary, wife of Edward Jones, 16089, brass, Llanwarne (1), p. 178a.

Jordan, Robert, canon, 1465, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a.

Joseph, St., figures of, Foy (1) (glass), p. 66a; Sellack (1), p. 235b.

Joseph, Scenes from the life of, Hereford (1) (glass), p. 108b.

Jude, St., figure of, Hereford (1) (Lady Chapel), p. 112b.

Judgment, The Last, Representation of, Hereford (1) (Mappa Mundi), p. 108b.

Julius Csar, figure representing, Hereford (1) (Mappa Mundi), p. 108b.

Jury Bridge, Abbey Dore (4), p. 9b; cottage and barn near, Abbey Dore (14), p. 11a.

Justice, representation of, Llanwarne (glass), p. 178b.

Katherine, St.: Churches dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures of, Hereford (1) (brasses), p. 106a, b; Foy (1) (glass), p. 66a; St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b; Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b; Wormbridge (1) (glass), p. 255b.

Kemble:
-, Elizabeth, wife of John Kemble, 1712, altar-tomb, Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b.
-, John, R.C. priest, executed 1679, monument, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.

Kemp:
-, Dorothy, see Green.
-, Edward, 16 . . ., and his wife, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112b.
-, Mary, see Brydges.

Kenchester, Roman road to Abergavenny from, Abbey Dore (1), p. 1a.

Kenderchurch, p. 152.

Kent, John, name inscribed in glass, Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b.

Kentchurch, pp. 153a, 155b.

" Court, Kentchurch (5), p. 153b.

Keyo, farm, Wormbridge (1), p. 255b.

Kilpeck, pp. 156a160b.

" Castle, Kilpeck (2), p. 158b.

" Court, Kilpeck (4), p. 159a.

Kilreague, Llangarren (17), p. 171a.

Kinersley, Hannah (?), 1712, monument, Llandinabo (1), p. 166b.

King:
-, Edward, 1684, monument, Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-, Elizabeth (Leinthall), wife of Richard King, floor-slab, Kingstone (1), p. 163a.

King's Head, see Inns.

Kingstone, pp. 161a164a.

" Grange, Kingstone (2), p. 163a.

King Street: Hereford (4044), pp. 135b136a.

Knights of the Military Orders, see Monastic and Collegiate Houses.

Kyrle:
-, Captain, p. 74b.
-, Elizabeth, see William Gwyllim.

Lacy:
-, Margery, wife of William de, founder of priory at Aconbury, p. 12a.
-, Walter de, Lord of Ewyas Harold, founder of Craswall Priory, p. 42b.

Lambe, Francis, see Hington.

Lane End, Bridstow (8), p. 33b.

Langstone Court, Llangarren (3), p. 168b.

" ", Homestead Moat, Llangarren (2), p. 168b.

Last Supper, The, see under Christ, Incidents in the Life of.

Laud, arms of, see Canterbury.

Lawrence, St., Church dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures of, Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Lawrence, Littleton, see Rowland Scudamore.

Lazarus and Dives, representation of, Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Leadwork:
-, Rainwater heads and pipes:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Allensmore (3), p. 16b.

Le Breton, see Breton.

Lectern:
-, 17th-century: Dulas (1), p. 58b.

Ledbury, see Stephen of.

Leinthall, Elizabeth, see King.

Lenten Veil, staple possibly for, Abbey Dore (2), p. 9a; iron brackets possibly for, Rowlstone (1), pp. 221a, xliv.

Leon, arms of, before 1550, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Leonard, St., Church dedicated to, see Dedications; figure of, St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b.

Le Strange, arms of, before 1550, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Lewes Priory, Clifford Priory a cell of, Clifford (5), p. 40a.

Lewis:
-, James, 1711, floor-slab, Clifford (1), p. 38b.
-, Thomas, 1707, headstone, Dinedor (1), p. 54a.

Lewston, Whitchurch (7), p. 254b.

Leyghton, Eliza, wife successively to Rowland Vaughan and Richard Leyghton, 1640, floor-slab, Peterchurch (1), p. 211a.

Lindsell, Augustine, Bishop of Hereford (1634), effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 109b.

Lingen's Hospital, Hereford (16), p. 132a.

Lingen:
-, Cecily, daughter of Sir Henry Lingen, 1689, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112b.
-, Sir Henry, p. 74b.

Lion Inn, see under Inns.

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

Little Berrington Street: Hereford (6061), p. 137b.

" Birch, see Birch, Little.

" Cobhall, Allensmore (14), p. 18a.

" Cwmcoched, Longtown (22), p. 188a.

" Cwm Dulas, Dulas (3), p. 58b.

" Daffaluke, Marstow (10), p. 199b.

" Dewchurch, see Dewchurch, Little.

" Doward Camp, Ganarew (2), p. 68b.

" Goytre, Llancillo (5), p. 165b.

" Green Farm, Newton (12), p. 207b.

" Lanafon Farm, Dorstone (11), p. 57b.

" Peterstow, Peterstow (7), p. 218b.

" Trewen, Llangarren (12), p. 171a.

Llancillo, pp. 164a166a.

", Court, Llancillo (3), p. 165a.

" ", earthworks, Llancillo (2), p. 165a.

" Hall, Llancillo (4), p. 165b.

Llandaff, Cathedral of, p. 91b.

Llandinabo, pp. 166a167a.

" Farm, Llandinabo (2), p. 167a.

Llanfrother, Hentland (7), p. 88b.

Llangarren, pp. 167a171a.

Llanrothal, pp. 171a173a.

" Farm, Llanrothal (7), p. 172b.

Llanveynoe, pp. 173a177a.

Llanwarne, pp. 177a179a.

Llanwonnog Farm, Longtown (40), p. 190b.

Lochard, William, Precentor of Hereford, p. 91a.

Lockers:
-, 12th-century: Hereford (1), p. 108b.
-, 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b; Craswall (2), p. 43a; St. Margarets (2), p. 226b.
-, c. 1300: Goodrich (2), p. 76b.
-, 14th-century: Madley (1), p. 196b; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b.
-, 15th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b.
-, 16th-century: St. Weonards (2), pp. 229b230a.
-, Medival, but undated: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b; Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b; Hentland (1), p. 86a; Hereford (2), p. 121b; (3), p. 125a; Kilpeck (1), p. 158a; Kingstone (1), p. 163a; Llancillo (1), p. 164b.

Longchamp, Wilton Castle owned by family of, Bridstow (2), p. 29a.

Longhouse, Clifford (6), p. 41a.

Longtown with Clodock, pp. 179a191b.

" Castle, Longtown (3), p. 181b.

Lord's Prayer, The, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.

Lorraine, Robert of, see Losinga.

Losinga, Robert de or Robert of Lorraine, Bishop of Hereford (107995), pp. 90b, 114b; effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110b; gallery over tomb of, p. 108a.

Lough Pool, see under Inns.

Lowe, Hanna, wife of William Lowe, 1656, and Hanna their daughter, 1653, monument, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Lower Ballingham Farm, outbuildings, Ballingham (6), p. 22a.

" Bellamoor Farm, Preston on Wye (11), p. 220a.

" Bullingham, see Bullingham.

" Castleton Farm, Clifford (13), p. 41b.

" Cefn, Dulas (2), p. 58b.

" Chilston, Madley (18), p. 198a.

" Court, Clifford (16), p. 41b.

" Cwm Farm, Llanveynoe (6), p. 174a.

" Hendre, Peterstow (6), p. 218b.

" House Farm: Abbey Dore (11), p. 10b; Bredwardine (7), p. 27a; Llanveynoe (13), p. 174b; Longtown (31), p. 189a; Michaelchurch Escley (15), p. 202a; (18), p. 202a; Peterchurch (29), p. 216b; St. Devereux (8), p. 225a.

" Hunthouse Farm, Longtown (26), p. 188b.

" Jury, Abbey Dore (15), p. 11a.

" Llan-Rosser, Michaelchurch Escley (24), p. 203a.

" Middlewood, Clifford (11), p. 41a.

" Mill, Rowlstone (4), p. 222b.

" Moccas Farm, Moccas (3), p. 205a.

" Monkton, Llanwarne (3), p. 178b.

" Newton Farm, Newton (5), p. 206b.

" Park Wood, earthwork, Vowchurch (6), p. 245b.

" Pont-Hendre, Longtown (18), p. 188a.

" Shenmore, Cottage at, Madley (16), p. 198a.

" Turnant, Llanveynoe (18), p. 175b.

Lucas-Tooth, Sir Robert, p. 149a.

Luellyn, . . ., 1710, floor-slab, Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.

Luke, St., figures of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; symbol of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; Madley (1) (glass), p. 196b.

Lulham, farmhouse at, Madley (20), p. 198a.

Lych-gates:
-, 15th-century: Llanwarne (1), p. 178a.
-, 17th-century: Longtown (1), p. 181a.

Lyndwood, William, Bishop of St. Davids, The Provinciale of, see under Books.

Lyons Hall, Peterchurch (13), p. 215b.

Machin, Margary, wife of William Machin, 1706, headstone, Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a

Madey, William, 17034, monument, Dorstone (2), p. 56.

Madley, pp. 191b199a.

Maes-coed Farm, Newton (10), p. 207a.

Magi, The, figures of, Foy (1) (glass), p. 66a; Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b; see also under Christ.

Magus, Simon, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a.

Mainoaks, Goodrich (16), p. 82a.

Manfey, Thomas, 1643, floor-slab, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.

Manor Farm, Cottage at, Clehonger (3), p. 37b.

Mansion House, Hereford (74), p. 138b.

Mapenore, Hugh de, Bishop of Hereford (121619), effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110b.

Mappa Mundi, Hereford (1), p. 108b.

Margam, Chapter House at, p. xxxix.

Margaret, St., buildings dedicated to, see Dedications; figure of, St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b.

Mark, St., figure of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; symbol of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a; Madley (1) (glass), p. 196b.

Marshall, Anne, see William Brydges.

Marsh House, Eaton Bishop (5), p. 61b.

" " Farm Dairy, Eaton Bishop (6), p. 61b.

Marstow, p. 199.

Marten, see Martin.

Martin, St., building dedicated to, see Dedications; figure of, Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Martin or Marten:
-, A., p. 126b.
-, ... dan, 1674, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-, Thomas, 1711, floor-slab, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.

Mary the Virgin, St.: Buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; Bells dedicated to, Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Dewsall (1), p. 53a; Goodrich (1), p. 73b; Hereford (2), p. 121b; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b; Figures of, Eaton Bishop (1) (glass), p. 60b; Foy (1) (glass), p. 66a; Hentland (1) (cross), p. 85b; Hereford (1) (carving), p. 103a; (brass), p. 106a; (glass), p. 108a; (painting), p. 109a; (boss), p. 115a; Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a; St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b; Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b; The Annunciation, Dulas (1), p. 58b; Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a; (carving), p. 115b; St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b; The Assumption of, Hereford (1) (boss), p. 104a; The Coronation of, Abbey Dore (2) (boss), p. 9a; Hereford (1) (Grandison tomb), p. 109a; And Child, Abbey Dore (2) (boss), p. 9a; Eaton Bishop (1) (glass), p. 60b; Hereford (1) (glass), p. 108a; Mayhew (tomb), p. 110a; (Stanbery tomb), p. 110a; Madley (1), p. 195b; Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b; Tyberton (1), p. 242b; Wormbridge (1) (glass), p. 255b; For The Nativity of Christ, The Adoration of the Magi, etc., see under Christ., Incidents in the Life of.

Mary Magdalene, St., figures of, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106b; (glass), p. 108a; Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b.

Mason, Ann, daughter of Robert Mason, floor-slab, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.

Masons' Marks: Bridstow (3), p. 32; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Garway (1), p. 71b; Hereford (1), p. 113b; (2), p. 122a; (3), p. 125b; Madley (1), p. 197a; Moccas (1), p. 204b; St. Weonards (3), p. 230b.

Massacre of the Innocents, Representation of, Wormbridge (1) (glass), p. 255b.

Mathews, Thomas, 1704, floor-slab, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.

Matthew, St., building dedicated to, see Dedications; figures of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Matthias, St., symbol of, Hereford (1) (Stanbery tomb), p. 96a.

Mawfield Farm, Allensmore (15), p. 18a.

Mayend, John, 16845, Elizabeth his wife and Anne his daughter, 1684, table-tomb, Hentland (1), p. 86a.

Mayhew or Mayo, Richard, Bishop of Hereford (150416), p. 91a; altar-tomb and effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110a; arms of before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Maylord Street, city wall in, Hereford (5), p. 127a.

Mayor, James, 1700, monument, Foy (1), p. 66b.

Med..., William, 1694, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Meer Court, Allensmore (2), p. 16a.

Melun, Robert de, Bishop of Hereford (11636), effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110b.

Meredith, Henry, churchwarden at Preston on Wye, p. 219b.

Merry Hill, cottage at, Haywood (2), p. 84a.

Merryvale Farm, Kilpeck (17), p. 160b.

Metalwork, see Ironwork and Leadwork.

Michael, St.: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; bells dedicated to, Bridstow (1), p. 28b; figure of, Eaton Bishop (1) (glass), p. 60b; And All Angels, buildings dedicated to, see Dedications.

Michaelchurch, see Tretire with Michaelchurch.

Michaelchurch Court, Michaelchurch Escley (2), p. 200b.

Michaelchurch Escley, pp. 199b203b.

Middle Blackhill Farm, Craswall (15), p. 46a.

" Cublington Farm, Madley (13), p. 198b.

" Pont Hendre, Longtown (17), p. 187b; mound near, Longtown (4), p. 184a.

" Trewern, Longtown (45), p. 191a.

" Westbrook, Clifford (10), p. 41a.

Midsummer Hill, Eastnor, p. 52b.

Miles, Joyce, daughter of John Miles, 1677, headstone, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.

Millbrook, Chapel Row, Dorstone (8), p. 57b.

Mills:
-, 17th-century: Goodrich (9), p. 81a; Madley (22), p. 198b.

Mills or Mylls:
-, John, 1678, headstone, Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b.
-, William, 1712, headstone, Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b.

Miners' Arms, see under Inns.

Minns' Close, Tump Wood, earthwork, Abbey Dore (22), p. 11b.

Minster Farm, Much Birch (9), p. 23b.

Misericordes, see under Seating.

Moat Farm, Orcop (2), p. 208b.

Moats, see under Earthworks.

Moccas, pp. 203b205b.

" Castle, Moccas (2), p. 204b.

Monastic and Collegiate Buildings:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxix.
-, Alien Priories:
-,-, Grandmontine: Craswall (2), p. 42b.
-, Austin or Augustinian Canons: Goodrich (3), p. 78b.
-, Austin Nuns: Aconbury (1), p. 12a.
-, Benedictines: Ewyas Harold, p. 64a; Hereford St. Guthlac, p. xxxix; Kilpeck (3), p. 158b.
-, Blackfriars or Dominicans: Hereford (9), p. 128b.
-, Cistercians: Abbey Dore (2), p. 1a.
-, Cluniacs: Clifford (5), p. 40a.
-, Greyfriars or Franciscans: p. xxxix.
-, Knights of the Temple or Knights Templars: Garway (1), p. 69a; (2), p. 72a; Harewood (2), p. 84a.
-, Knights of St. John of Jerusalem or Knights Hospitallers: Garway (2), p. 72a; Hereford (10), p. 129b.
-, Secular Colleges: Hereford Cathedral, p. 90; College of Vicars Choral, p. 117b.

Monnington Court, earthworks, Vowchurch (2), p. 245a.

" Straddle, Vowchurch (5), p. 245b.

Monuments, Funeral:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliii, Brasses, Monumental, and Effigies, Monumental.
-, Altar-tombs:
-,-, 13th-century: Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Hereford (1), p. 111a; (canopied), p. 110b.
-,-, c. 1300: Bridstow (1), p. 28b.
-,-, 14th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Hereford (1), pp. 109a, 110b, 111a, b; (canopied), p. 109a; Moccas (1), p. 204b.
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 109a, b; (canopied), p. 109a.
-,-, 16th-century: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Hereford (1), pp. 109a, 111a; (canopied), pp. 110a, 111b; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b; Madley (1), p. 196b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b.
-, Chantry Chapels:
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (1) (Audley), pp. 91a, 103b, 109a; (Stanbery), pp. 91a, 95b, 96a, 109b.
-, Floor-slabs:
-,-, 13th-century: Kingstone (1), p. 163a.
-,-, 14th-century: Allensmore (1), p. 15b.
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 112a; Kingstone (1), p. 163a.
-,-, 16th-century: Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-,-, Medival: Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b; Aconbury (1), p. 13b; Bacton (1), p. 20a; Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Blakemere (1), p. 24a; Bredwardine (1), p. 26a; Clifford (1), p. 38b; Cusop (1), p. 47a; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; (4), p. 51b; Dewsall (1), p. 53a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b; Ewyas Harold (1), p. 63b; Foy (1), p. 67a; Garway (1), p. 71b; Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Grafton (1), p. 83a; Hentland (1), p. 86a; Hereford (1), p. 112a, b; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a; Kentchurch (1), p. 153a; Kilpeck (1), p. 158a; Kingstone (1), p. 163a; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a; Longtown (1), p. 180b; Marstow (1), p. 199a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a; Sellack (1), p. 236a; Turnastone (1), p. 241b; Walterstone (2), p. 247a; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Foy (1), p. 67a; Grafton (1), p. 83a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b; Bacton (1), p. 20a; Clifford (1), p. 38b; Cusop (1), p. 47a; Dewsall (1), p. 53a; Foy (1), p. 67a; Garway (1), p. 71b; Grafton (1), p. 83a; Harewood (1), p. 83b; Hereford (1), p. 112a, b; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a; Kentchurch (1), p. 153a; Kilpeck (1), p. 158a; Kingstone (1), p. 163a; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a; Longtown (1), p. 180b; Marstow (1), p. 199a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b; Rowlstone (1), p. 222a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a; Tyberton (1), p. 242b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.
-,-, Undated: St. Weonards (3) (re-used as door-step), p. 232a.
-,-, Coffin-lids re-used: Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a; Kingstone (1), p. 163a.
-, Headstones:
-,-, 17th-century: Much Birch (1), p. 23a; Bridstow (1), p. 28b; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b; Foy (1), p. 66b; Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Grafton (1), p. 83a; Hentland (1), p. 86a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Allensmore (1), p. 15b; Much Birch (1), p. 23a; Bridstow (1), p. 28b; Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a; Dinedor (1), p. 54a; Foy (1), p. 66b; Ganarew (1), p. 68b; Garway (1), p. 71b; Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Grafton (1), p. 83a; Hentland (1), p. 86a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; Longtown (1), p. 180b; Madley (1), p. 196b; Moccas (1), p. 204b; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; Sellack (1), p. 236a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a; Tyberton (1), p. 242b; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-, Heart Burial:
-,-, 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b.
-, Shrine (base only):
-,-, 13th-century: Hereford (1), p. 111a.
-, Slabs:
-,-, 11th-century: Llanveynoe (1), p. 173a.
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 109a.
-,-, 17th-century: Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a; Dinedor (1), p. 54a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Llancillo (1), pp. 164b, 165a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a; Walterstone (2), p. 247a; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Foy (1), p. 66b; Llandinabo (1), p. 166b; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b; Turnastone (1), p. 241b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-,-, Undated: Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, Table-tombs:
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b; Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Hentland (1), p. 86a; Longtown (1), p. 180b; Pencoyd (1), p. 209a; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.
-,-, 18th-century: Dorstone (2), p. 56; Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Longtown (1), p. 180b; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a.
-, Tomb-recesses:
-,-, See also Recesses.
-,-, 13th-century: St. Devereux (1), p. 224b.
-,-, c. 1300: Hereford (1), p. 109b.
-,-, 13th or 14th-century: Kingstone (1), p. 163a; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a.
-,-, 14th-century: Ewyas Harold (1), p. 63b; Hereford (1), pp. 109b, 110b, 111b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Vowchurch (1), p. 245a.
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 111a.
-, Tombs of Shrine-type:
-,-, 13th-century: Goodrich (1), p. 74a.
-,-, c. 1300: Bridstow (1), p. 28b.
-, Wall-monuments and Tablets:
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 109b.
-,-, 16th-century: Bacton (1), p. 19b.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b; Allensmore (1), p. 15b; Bacton (1), p. 19b; Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Callow (1), p. 35a; Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b; Foy (1), p. 66b; Hereford (1), pp. 109b, 111a, b, 112a; Kentchurch (1), p. 153a; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; Madley (1), p. 196b; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a; Sellack (1), pp. 235b, 236a; Turnastone (1), p. 241b; Tyberton (1), p. 242b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Allensmore (1), p. 15b; Bredwardine (1), p. 26a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a; Kentchurch (1), p. 153a; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b; Tyberton (1), p. 242b.

Moor, The, Hereford (130), p. 144a.

Moore Court Farm, Bridstow (9), p. 33b.

Morehampton Park Farm, Abbey Dore (4), p. 9b.

" " Homestead Moat, Abbey Dore (3), p. 9b.

Mores, see Morris.

Morgan:
-, Ann, 16423, floor-slab, Garway (1), p. 71b.
-, John, 1711, floor-slab, Rowlstone (1), p. 222a.

Morimond, Cistercian monks from, p. 1a.

Morlas, cottage at, Kilpeck (10), p. 160b.

Morris, Mores or Moris:
-, Elizabeth, see Delabere.
-, William, 1683, headstone, Bridstow (1), p. 29a.

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

Mortimer, Clifford Castle owned by family of, p. 39a; Pembridge Castle owned by family of, p. 250b.

Moses, figure of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a.

Mound, The, Longtown (2), p. 184a.

Mount, The, St. Weonards (7), p. 232b.

Mouse Castle, earthwork, Cusop (3), p. 47b.

" " Wood, earthwork near, Clifford (18), p. 42b.

Much Birch, see Birch, Much.

Much Dewchurch, see Dewchurch, Much.

Murimouth, Adam de, Canon of Hereford, Eaton Bishop (1) (glass), p. 60a, b.

Muses, The, painting representing Euterpe, Urania and another, Hereford (97), p. 141a.

Mylls, see Mills.

Mynde, The, Much Dewchurch (3), p. 50b; see also under John Pye.

Mynors:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial. Crest, St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b.
-, John de, p. 230b.
-, Richard, 1521, St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b.
-, Roger, 1681, brass, St. Weonards (2), p. 229a.

Mynydd-brth, earthwork, Dorstone (5), p. 57a.

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

Nant-y-Bar, earthworks, Dorstone (4), p. 57a; (18), p. 58a.

Nash, John, architect, p. 153b.

Nativity, The, see under Christ, Incidents in the Life of.

Nelson Inn, see under Inns.

Nero, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a.

Netherton Farm, Pencoyd (3), p. 209b.

New Court, Marstow (2), p. 199a.

Newcourt Farm, barn, Bacton (8), p. 20b.

New House Farm, Much Dewchurch (11), p. 52a; Moccas (4), p. 205a.

Newhouse Farm: Dorstone (16), p. 57b; Goodrich (8), p. 80b; Newton (2), p. 206a.

New Inn, see under Inns.

" Mills Farm, Little Birch (2), p. 22b.

Newnham Paddox, near Lutterworth, panelling, etc., from, Wormbridge (1), p. 255b.

Newton, pp. 205b207b.

" Tump, Clifford (3), p. 39a.

New Town Road, Hereford (127), p. 144a.

New Weston Farm, Bredwardine (13), p. 27b.

Niches:
-, 13th-century: Hereford (1), p. 103b.
-, 14th-century: Goodrich (3), p. 79a; Hereford (2), p. 121b; (11), p. 131a; Sellack (1), p. 236a.
-, 15th-century: St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.
-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Llangarren (1), p. 168a.
-, 16th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 112b, 118b; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.
-, Undated: Garway (1), p. 71b.

Nicholett (?), Mary, widow of Gilbert Nicholett (?), 1702, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Nicodoxus, figure representing, Hereford (1) (Mappa Mundi), p. 108b.

Norton House, Whitchurch (5), p. 254b.

Oak Cottage, Callow (5), p. 35a.

Oak Effigy:
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Clifford (1), p. 38b.

Oatley Farm, Peterchurch (23), p. 216a.

Offa, King of Mercia, p. 90b.

Office of Works, H.M.s, Rotherwas Chapel restored by, Dinedor (2), p. 54b; Arthur's Stone in charge of, Dorstone (1), p. 55b; Goodrich Castle in charge of, Goodrich (2), p. 74b.

Olchon Barn, Llanveynoe (14), p. 175a.

" Court Farm, Llanveynoe (25), p. 176b.

" Farm, Llanveynoe (9), p. 174b.

" House, Llanveynoe (15), p. 175a.

Old Bryn, barn, Longtown (37), p. 190a.

" Castleton, Clifford (14), p. 41b.

" " earthwork, Clifford (2), p. 38b.

" Court, Bredwardine (4), p. 26b; Goodrich (6), p. 80a; Whitchurch (3), p. 253b.

" " Homestead Moat, Bredwardine (2), p. 26b.

Oldcourt Farm, Longtown (5), p. 184b.

Old Forge, barn, Goodrich (10), p. 81a.

" Furnace, St. Weonards (9), p. 233a.

Oldhay Farm, Michaelchurch Escley (27), p. 203a.

Old Horseshoe Farm, Much Dewchurch (10), p. 52a.

" House or Butchers Hall, Hereford (17), p. 132b; iron fire-back, from The Moor, Hereford (130), p. 144a.

Oldhouse, Barn, Llanveynoe (5), p. 174a.

Oldhouse Farm: Bredwardine (8), p. 27b; Michaelchurch Escley (8), p. 201b.

Old Kates, Michaelchurch Escley (22), p. 202b.

" Manor House, Pencoyd (2), p. 209a.

" Mill, Goodrich (9), p. 81a.

" " Pond, Peterchurch (6), p. 214a.

Oldmill Barn, Llanveynoe (4), p. 173b.

" Farm, Craswall, p. (8), 45b.

Old Rectory, St. Devereux (5), p. 225a; Welsh Bicknor (2) p. 248b.

Oldtay Farm, Peterchurch (24), p. 216b.

Old Vicarage: Blakemere (5), p. 24b; Kingstone (6), p. 163b; Vowchurch (4), p. 245b.

" Weston Farm, Bredwardine (12), p. 27b.

" Wigau Farm, Dulas (4), p. 58b.

Orange Tree, see under Inns.

Orangery: 17th-century: Holme Lacy (2), 150b.

Orcop, pp. 207b208b.

" Hill, earthwork, Much Dewchurch (12), p. 52a.

Organ-cases:
-, c. 1700: Hereford (2), p. 121b.

Orls Barn, Bridstow (7), p. 33b.

Oswald, Elizabeth, see Francis Brydges.

Oxford Arms, see under Inns.

Oyster Hill, Dinedor (6), p. 55a.

Ozias, King, figure representing Madley (1) (glass), p. 196a.

Paintings:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliii.
-, In Churches:
-,-, On Plaster: 13th-century: Hereford (1), p. 116a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 239b. 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 109a, 112b. 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 112b; (3), p. 125a; Longtown (1), p. 180b. Late 15th or early 16th-century: Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b. 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 112. Medival: Longtown (1), p. 180b. 16th or early 17th-century: Longtown (1), p. 180b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 239b. 17th-century: Longtown (1), p. 180b. Early 18th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a, b; Longtown (1), p. 180b; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a. Undated: Madley (1), p. 196b. Palimpsest, early 18th-century on 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a, b.
-,-, On Wood: 15th or early 16th-century: Craswall (1), p. 42b. 16th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 105b, 112b; Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-, In Houses:
-,-, On Plaster: 17th-century: Hereford (17), p. 133a; (97), p. 141a; Sellack (2), p. 237a.
-,-, On Wood: Undated: St. Margarets (2), p. 226b.

Panelling:
-, In Churches:
-,-, 15th-century: Ballingham (1), p. 21b.
-,-, 15th or early 16th-century: Walterstone (1), p. 247a.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b; Dulas (1), p. 58b; Ewyas Harold (1), p. 63b; Garway (1), p. 71b; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.
-,-, Linen-fold: 16th-century: Foy (1), p. 67a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.
-, In Houses:
-,-, 17th-century: Allensmore (4), p. 17a; Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51b; Dewsall (3), p. 54a; Holme Lacy (1), pp. 149b, 150a.
-,-, c. 1700: Llangarren (3), pp. 168b, 169a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51b.

Paradise, Bacton (4), p. 20b.

Parfew or Purfey, Robert, Bishop of Hereford (155458), altar-tomb with effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 109a.

Park Farm: Rowlstone (7), p. 222b; Treville (2), p. 240b.

" Wood, earthwork, St. Margarets (7), p. 227b.

Parkway Farm, Madley (10), p. 197b.

Parry, Parrey, Ap Harry or Aparri:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; after 1550: Bacton (1), p. 19b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244b.
-, Blanche, daughter of J. Parry, altar-frontal said to be work of, Bacton (1), p. 19b; glass panel representing, p. 19b; monument, p. 19b.
-, Elizabeth, see Thomas Hodges.
-, George, 1641 and Margaret his wife, John Parry, 1698, and Elizabeth his wife, 1701, and John their son, 1725; monument, Peterchurch (1), p. 211a.
-, Joan, 1690, floor-slab, Kingstone (1), p. 163a.
-, John, 1689, floor-slab, Kingstone (1), p. 163a.
-, Miles, 1693, and Elizabeth his daughter, 1719, floor-slab, Kingstone (1), p. 163a.
-, Richard, 1626, floor-slab, Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-, Symond, p. 19a.
-, Thomas, 1522, and Agnes (Bodenham) his wife, floor-slab, Turnastone (1), p. 241b; bequest of, p. 243b.

Parsonage, The, Llanrothal (6), p. 172b.

Partridge:
-, John, 1678, floor-slab, Dorstone (2), p. 56.
-, Margaret, wife of John Partridge, 1680, floor-slab, Dorstone (2), p. 56.

Passion, Emblems of The: Garway (1), p. 71b; Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Hereford (1), pp. 96a, 118b; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200a; Orcop (1), p. 208b.

Patmos, Isle of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a.

Patris (Achaia), Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a.

Paul, St., figures of: Hereford (1), pp. 110a, 112b; Wormbridge (1), p. 255b.

Paul, Roland, restoration and excavation at Abbey Dore by, p. 2a.

Pauncefote or Pauncevort, Johane, coffin-lid, Aconbury (1), p. 13a; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Pearle:
-, Arms of, Dewsall (2), p. 53b.
-, Henry, 1670, monument, Callow (1), p. 35a.
-, John, 171314, floor-slab, Dewsall (1), p. 53a.

Pember, Francis, p. 125b.

Pembridge:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Sir Richard, K.G., 1375, altar-tomb with effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 111b.
-, Thomas, Treasurer, 1328, effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 111b.

Pembridge Castle, Welsh Newton (2), pp. 250a, 171b.

Pen, Richard, 1707, and Margaret his wife, 1690, headstone, Sellack (1), p. 236a.

Pencoyd, p. 209.

Pencock, Charles, 1714, headstone, Allensmore (1), p. 15b.

Penrose, St. Weonards (10), p. 233a.

Pentre Higgin, Cusop (6), p. 47b.

Pen-twyn: Bacton (7), p. 20b; Craswall (4), p. 45a; Michaelchurch Escley (17), p. 202a.

Pent-yr-ynys, Longtown (38), p. 190a.

Pen-y-dre, Longtown (11), p. 187a.

Pen-y-lan Farm, Ewyas Harold (5), p. 64b.

Pen-y-moor, Dorstone (14), p. 57b.

Pen-yr-heol, Longtown (29), p. 189a.

Pen-y-wyrlod, Rowlstone (9), p. 223a.

Perks, The, Marstow (9), p. 199b.

Pershore, Abbey Church, p. 92a.

Peter, St., buildings dedicated to, see Dedications; figures of, Abbey Dore (2) (glass), p. 7a; Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106b; (Mayhew tomb), p. 110a; (Lady chapel), p. 112b; Kilpeck (1), p. 157a; Wormbridge (1) (glass), p. 255b; symbol of, Hereford (1) (Stanbery Chapel), p. 96b.

Peterchurch, pp. 209b217a.

Peterstow, pp. 217a218b.

Phelps:
-, Edward, 1702, headstone, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.
-, Katherine, wife of Richard Phelps, 1656, and Joane, wife of William Phelps, 1694, floor-slab, Sellack (1), p. 236a.
-, Richard, 16634, and William his son, 1705, floor-slab, Sellack (1), p. 236a.

Philip, St., figures of, Hereford (1) (Lady chapel), p. 112b; symbol of, Hereford (1), p. 96a.

Philip: Lewis, 1676, floor-slab, Longtown (1), p. 180b.

Philips or Phillips:
-, Ann, wife of Thomas Phillips, 1709, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, G., p. 126b.
-, John, 17089, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106b.
-, Mary, 1702, headstone, Garway (1), p. 71b.
-, Richard, mayor of Hereford and Anne his wife, c. 1532, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106b.

Philpot or Philpott:
-, Henry, 1687, headstone, Llangarren (1), p. 168a.
-, John, 1698, monument, Llangarren (1), p. 168a.
-, Mary, see Traunter.
-, Nicholas, 1683, floor-slab, Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-, Richard, son of Nicholas Philpot, 1704, monument, Turnastone (1), p. 241b.

Philpots or Philpotts:
-, Richard, 1673, and Elizabeth his daughter, wife of Humfrey Walter, monument, Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-, Richard, 1708, floor-slab, Marstow (1), p. 199a.
-, Richard, 1711, headstone, Sellack (1), p. 236a.
-, Thomas, 1689, Thomas his son, 1695 and Jane his wife, 1705, floor-slab, Marstow (1), p. 199a.

Phnix, carving of, Garway (1), p. 70b.

Pigeon-houses, see Dove-cots.

Pilate, Pontius, see Christ, Incidents in the Life of.

Pile, Ambrose, 1687, monument, Pencoyd (1), p. 209a.

Piscin:
-, 12th-century: Longtown (1), p. 180b; (2), p. 181b; Orcop (1), p. 208b.
-, Late 12th or early 13th-century: Bacton (1), p. 20a.
-, 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b; Craswall (2), p. 43a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Hereford (3), p. 125a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147b; Kingstone (1), p. 163a; Llanwarne (1), p. 178a; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; Turnastone (1), p. 241b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-, c. 1300: Goodrich (2), pp. 76b, 78a; Hereford (2), p. 122a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Garway (1), p. 71b; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b.
-, 14th-century: Allensmore (1), p. 15b; Bridstow (1), p. 29a; Clehonger (1), p. 37a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b; Hereford (2), p. 122a; (3), p. 125a, b; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Madley (1), p. 196b; Moccas (1), p. 204b; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.
-, 15th-century: Goodrich (2), p. 76b; Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-, 16th-century: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.
-, Medival: Aconbury (1), p. 13b; Craswall (1), p. 42b; Foy (1), p. 67a; Hentland (1), p. 86a; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b; Welsh Newton (2), p. 252a.

Pitt:
-, John, 16601, Anne, 1679, and Humphrey, 1670, children of John and Anne Pitt, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, . . ., daughter of John Pitt, 1648, floor-slab, Bacton (1), p. 20a.

Plasterwork:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliii, and Ceilings.
-, External:
-,-, 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 117b.
-,-, 17th-century: Hentland (7), p. 88b; Hereford (59), p. 137a; Pencoyd (3), p. 209b.
-, Internal:
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (6), p. 10a; Goodrich (7), p. 80a; Hereford (17), p. 133a; Michaelchurch Escley (2), p. 201a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hereford (47), p. 136b.

Plate, Church:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliv.
-, Pre-Reformation:
-,-, Chalices: 15th-century: Bacton (1), p. 20a.
-,-, Chsse or Reliquary: 13th-century: Hereford (1), p. 113a.
-,-, Coffin-Chalices: 13th-century: Dorstone (2), p. 56; Hereford (1), p. 113a. 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 113a.
-,-, Cover-Patens: Re-made: Little Birch (1), p. 22b.
-,-, Patens: 15th-century: Bacton (1), p. 20a.
-, Post-Reformation:
-,-, Alms-Dishes: 17th-century: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Orcop (1), p. 208b; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a. Early 18th-century (Pewter): Thruxton (1), p. 238b.
-,-, Basins, Bowls and Porringers: 17th-century: Newton (1), p. 206a; Wormbridge (1), p. 255b. Pewter: Craswall (1), p. 42b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-,-, Cover-Patens: 16th-century: Dorstone (2), p. 56; Harewood (1), p. 83b; Hereford (3), p. 125b; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147b; Orcop (1), p. 208b; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; Thruxton (1), p. 238b; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b. 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b; Clehonger (1), p. 37b; Dewsall (1), p. 53a; Hereford (3), p. 125b; (10), p. 130a; Kilpeck (1), p. 158a; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b; Pencoyd (1), p. 209a; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a; Sellack (1), p. 236a; Vowchurch (1), p. 244b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b. Early 18th-century: Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Clifford (1), p. 38b; Hereford (2), p. 122a. Pewter: Callow (1), p. 35a.
-,-, Cups: 16th-century: Little Birch (1), p. 22b; Bolstone (1), p. 25a; Bridstow (1), p. 29a; Callow (1), p. 35a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Garway (1), p. 71b; Harewood (1), p. 83b; Hereford (3), p. 125b; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147b; Orcop (1), p. 208b; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b. 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b; Allensmore (1), p. 15b; Clehonger (1), p. 37b; Foy (1), p. 67a; Goodrich (1), p. 74a; Grafton (1), p. 83a; Hereford (3), p. 125b; (10), p. 130a; Kilpeck (1), p. 158a; Kingstone (1), p. 163a; Llandinabo (1), p. 166b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b; Pencoyd (1), p. 209a; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a; St. Margarets (1), p. 226a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a; Sellack (1), p. 236a; Thruxton (1), p. 238b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b. Early 18th-century: Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Clifford (1), p. 38b; Hereford (2), p. 122a. Pewter: Callow (1), p. 35a. Wooden: 17th-century: Vowchurch (1), p. 244b.
-,-, Dishes: 17th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 37b.
-,-, Flagons: 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Sellack (1), p. 236a. Early 18th-century: Hereford (2), p. 122a. Pewter: Hentland (1), p. 86a; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-,-, Maces: 17th-century: Hereford (1), p. 113a.
-,-, Patens: 17th-century: Bolstone (1), p. 25a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.
-,-, Plates (Pewter): Allensmore (1), p. 15b; Hereford (10), p. 130b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-,-, Stand-patens: 17th-century: Foy (1), p. 67a; Sellack (1), p. 236a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a. Early 18th-century: Ewyas Harold (1), p. 64a; Hereford (2), p. 122a; (3), p. 125b; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a. Pewter: Peterchurch (1), p. 211a.

Plott, William, 1628, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a.

Plough Inn, see under Inns.

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

Police Station, St. Weonards (6), p. 232b.

Policlitus, figure representing, Hereford (1) (Mappa Mundi), p. 108b.

Polychronicon, see Books.

Pontrilas Court, Kentchurch (6), p. 155a; overmantel from, p. 154b.

Pontymoody, Llanveynoe (7), p. 174a.

Pool Farm, Hereford (116), p. 143b.

Poor-box, 17th-century, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b.

Porter, William, S.T.B., Precentor of Hereford, 1524, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a; arms of, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Post Office: Much Dewchurch (5), p. 51b; Longtown (13), p. 187b; St. Weonards (7), p. 232b.

Poston House, earthwork, Vowchurch (6), p. 245b.

Powell:
-, Frederick, A.M., 1658, monument, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.
-, Howell, 1712, and Ann his wife, 1712, table-tomb, Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, Sir William, alias Huison, Bart., 1680, monument, Sellack (1), p. 236a.

Powles, Eliz., 1700, headstone, Madley (1), p. 196b.

Prat, John, canon, 14156, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a.

Prayer-books, see under Books.

Preece, William, 1700 (?), headstone, St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.

Pre-historic Remains, see Earthworks.

Preston Court, Preston on Wye, (2), p. 220a.

Preston on Wye, pp. 218b220a.

Price's Almshouses, Hereford (15), p. 131b.

Price:
-, Blanch, wife of James Price, see Elizabeth Scudamore.
-, Henry, 16823, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112b.
-, Mary, p. 131b.
-, Thomas, 16712, floor-slab, Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, William, p. 131b.

Prichard:
-, Abednego, floor-slab, Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, Elizabeth, floor-slab, Walterstone (2), p. 247a.
-, Peter, 16945, monument, St. Margarets (1), p. 226a.

Primrose Bank, Holme Lacy (9), p. 151b.

Priory, The, Kilpeck (3), p. 158b.

", Farm, Clifford (5), p. 40a.

Prison House, Bridstow (5), p. 33a.

Prodigal Son, Representation of, Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Prosser:
-, Elizabeth, wife of Esay Prosser, 1681, monument, Peterchurch (1), p. 211a.
-, Isiah, son of William Prosser, 16991700, monument, St. Margarets (1), p. 226a.
-, Margery, daughter of William Prosser, 1698, monument, St. Margarets (1), p. 226a.

Pull-yr-hunt, Rowlstone (5), p. 222b.

Pulpits:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliv.
-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 113b.
-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b; Allensmore (1), p. 15b; Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Ewyas Harold (1), p. 64a; Foy (1), p. 67a; Hentland (1), p. 86a; Hereford (1), p. 113a; (3), p. 125b; (10), p. 130a; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b; Llancillo (1), p. 165a; Llandinabo (1), p. 166b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a; Newton (1), p. 206a; Peterchurch (2), p. 211b; Peterstow (1), p. 218a; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a; Sellack (1), p. 236a; Turnastone (1), p. 241b.
-, Early 18th-century: Hereford (11), p. 131a.
-, Three-Decker:
-,-, c. 1700: Longtown (1), p. 181a.
-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b; Blakemere (1), p. 24a; Cusop (1), p. 47a; Dulas (1), p. 58b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 240a.
-, Sounding-Boards:
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b; Hereford (1), p. 106b; (3), p. 125b; Sellack (1), p. 236a.
-,-, c. 1700: Longtown (1), p. 181a.
-,-, 18th-century: Hereford (1), p. 113b; (11), p. 131a.

Purfey, see Parfew.

Putson: Hereford (123124), p. 144a.

" Manor House, Hereford (122), p. 143b.

Pye:
-, . . ., wife of Sir Walter Pye, 1698, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.
-, James, 1646, floor-slab, Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a.
-, John, 1547, and Walter Pye of Mynde, altar-tomb with effigies, Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a.
-, Robert, 16801, floor-slab, Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a.
-, Sir Walter, and Joan (Rudhale) his wife, 1625, monument with effigies, Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a.

Quaker's Farm, Michaelchurch Escley (14), p. 201b.

Ragged House, Llangarren (13), p. 171a.

Ramsden Buildings, Holme Lacy (12), p. 151b.

Rawlins, Thomas, 16767, monument, Llangarren (1), p. 168a.

Read, Catherine, see Harford.

Recesses:
-, See also Tomb Recesses under Monuments, Funeral.
-, 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b; Aconbury (1), p. 13b; Dorstone (2), p. 56.
-, 14th-century: Blakemere (1), p. 24a; Clehonger (1), p. 37b; Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Eaton Bishop (1), p. 59b; Foy (1), p. 67a; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a.
-, 15th-century: Sellack (1), p. 236a.
-, Medival: Bacton (1), p. 20a.

Rectory, The: Abbey Dore (7), p. 10b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (4), p. 240a.

" The Old, see Old Rectory.

Redisham, arms of, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a.

Red Lion Inn, see under Inns.

Reinhelm, Bishop of Hereford (110715), p. 90b; effigy of, p. 110a, b.

Religious Houses, see Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Reliquary, see Chsse under Plate, Church.

Reredoses:
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Hereford (3), p. 125b.
-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Ewyas Harold (1), p. 64a; Peterchurch (2), p. 211b.

Richard, Thomas, 1703, headstone, Llanwarne (1), p. 178a.

Richards, . . . er, 16623, headstone, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.

Rideout, Elener, wife of Richard Rideout, 1696, floor-slab, Foy (1), p. 67a.

Roberts:
-, Anne, 1701, floor-slab, Llanrothal (1), p. 172a.
-, Anney, daughter of George Roberts, 1711, headstone, Llanwarne (1), p. 178a.
-, John, 1707, headstone, Llanwarne (1), p. 178a.
-, Margery, wife of William Roberts, 1660, William their son, 1692, and Mary, wife of William, 1707, floor-slab, Ballingham (1), p. 21b.

Rockyfold Farm: Craswall (7), p. 45a; Michaelchurch Escley (7), p. 201b.

Rodd, Philipa (Hyde), wife of Thomas Rodd, 1711, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Rogers:
-, Anne, 1622, and Grace Clement (?), 1623, floor-slab, Dewsall (1), p. 53a.
-, Edward, son of John Rogers, 1705, monument, Llandinabo (1), p. 166b.
-, Elizabeth, see Toy.
-, John, 1704 and Elizabeth his wife, 1705, monument, Llandinabo (1), p. 166b.
-, John, second son of John Rogers, 16991700, monument, Llandinabo (1), p. 166b.
-, Phillip, 1698, Sibil, 171415, and John, 171415, floor-slab, Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b.
-, Thomas, 1706, and Abigail his wife, floor-slab, Bacton (1), p. 20a.
-, Thomas, 16734, and Mary his daughter, 17078, floor-slab, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, Walter, 1694, and Walter his son, 1734, headstone, Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b.

Roman Remains:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.
-, Altar (re-used): Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 240a.
-, Coins: Whitchurch (1), p. 253a.
-, Pavements: Walterstone (1), p. 246b; Whitchurch (1), p. 253a.
-, Road: Abbey Dore (1), p. 1a.

Roo . . ., Rebecca, 1691, headstone, Llanwarne (1), p. 178a.

Rood-beams:
-, See also Rood-Loft under Screens.
-, 15th-century: Madley (1), p. 196b.

Roofs:
-, In Churches:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xl; and Vaulting.
-,-, Collar-beam and braced collar-beam trusses: 14th-century: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 49b; Pencoyd (1), p. 209a; St. Margarets (1), p. 225b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244a. Late 14th or early 15th-century: Foy (1), p. 65b. 15th-century: Craswall (1), p. 42b. Late 15th or early 16th-century: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 49b. 16th-century: Clifford (1), 38b; Orcop (1), p. 208b; Rowlstone (1), p. 221b; St. Margarets (1), p. 225b. 17th-century: Llancillo (1), p. 164b.
-,-, Hammer-Beam: 15th-century: Hereford (3), p. 124b. 16th-century: Dinedor (2), p. 54b. 17th-century: Hereford (15), p. 132a.
-,-, King-post: Late 14th or early 15th-century: Garway (1), p. 71a. 15th-century: Hereford (2), p. 121b; (3), p. 124b. c. 1500: Hereford (3), p. 124b.
-,-, Queen-post: 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 6b; Vowchurch (1), p. 244ab.
-,-, Scissor-braced type: 14th-century: Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Llangarren (1), p. 167b; Peterstow (1), p. 217b; Thruxton (1), p. 238a, 15th-century: Hentland (1), p. 85a.
-,-, Tie-beam: 14th-century: Dewsall (1), p. 53a; Thruxton (1), p. 238a. 14th or 15th-century: Turnastone (1), p. 241b. 15th-century: Aconbury (1), p. 13a. 17th-century: Clehonger (1), p. 36b; Cusop (1), p. 47a.
-,-, Trussed-Rafter (ceiled and unceiled): Late 13th or early 14th-century: Ewyas Harold (1), p. 62b. 14th-century: Allensmore (1), p. 15a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 146a; Madley (1), p. 195b; Thruxton (1), p. 238a; Whitchurch (2), p. 253b. 15th-century: Bacton (1), p. 19b; Hereford (3), p. 124b; Kingstone (1), p. 162b. c. 1500: Kingstone (1), p. 162b. 16th-century: Clifford (1), p. 38b; Hereford (2), p. 121b; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b; Longtown (1), p. 180a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200a; Peterchurch (2), p. 211b; Rowlstone (1), p. 221b; St. Weonards (2), p. 229a; Turnastone (1), p. 241a; Welsh Newton (1), p. 249b. Medival: Llandinabo (1), p. 166b. 17th-century: Hereford (10), p. 130a; Longtown (2), p. 181b.
-,-, In Houses and Barns:
-,-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xl. Collar-beam: 14th-century: Bredwardine (4), p. 27a; Clifford (5), p. 40b; Hentland (3), p. 87b; Hereford (99), p. 141b; (101), p. 142a; Peterchurch (8), p. 215a. 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 118b; Llangarren (10), p. 170b; (12), p. 171a. Medival: Whitchurch (3), p. 254a. 17th-century: Hereford (1), p. 118a. Crutch: 14th-century: Longtown (5), pp. 184b, 185a; (6), p. 186a. Late 14th or early 15th-century: Llanveynoe (11), p. 174b; St. Weonards (12), p. 233b. 15th-century: Bridstow (11), p. 34a; Craswall (15), p. 46b; Much Dewchurch (8), p. 52a; Goodrich (16), p. 82b; Hentland (4), p. 88a; Kilpeck (5), p. 160a; Llancillo (8), p. 166a; Llangarren (5), p. 170a; Longtown (7), p. 187a; (27), pp. 188b, 189a; (34), p. 189b; (44), p. 191a; Michaelchurch Escley (14), p. 202a; (27), p. 203a; (28), p. 203a; Newton (6), p. 207a; Rowlstone (4), p. 222b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (5), p. 240b. Late 15th or early 16th-century: Llanveynoe (16), p. 175a; (19), p. 176a; (25), p. 176b. Early 16th-century: Llangarren (3), p. 168a; Newton (3), p. 206b; Pencoyd (3), p. 209b. Medival: Dewchurch, Little (2), p. 48a; Garway (5), p. 72b; Hentland (8), p. 89a; Hereford (123), p. 144a; Peterstow (7), p. 218b. Hammer-beam: c. 1400: Hereford (102), p. 142a. 15th-century: Allensmore (14), p. 18a; Hereford (21), p. 133b. c. 1500: St. Weonards (3), p. 232a. King-post: 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 118b; (106), p. 142b. Queen-post: 14th-century: Bredwardine (4), p. 27a. 16th-century: Goodrich (3), p. 79a. Medival: Hentland (3), p. 87b. Scissor: 14th-century: Bredwardine (4), p. 27a.

Ross Road, Hereford (119), p. 143b.

Rosse, Susan, 1692, and Thomas Rosse, 171213, brass, Peterstow (1), p. 218a.

Rotherwas Chapel, Dinedor (2), p. 54a.

Row Ditch, Hereford (133), p. 144b.

Rowlstone, pp. 220b223a.

Royal Arms, see under Heraldry; see also under Inns.

Royal Elms, St. Weonards (13), p. 233b.

Rudge's Barn, Goodrich (15), p. 82a.

Ruckhall, cottages at, Eaton Bishop (910), p. 62a.

Rudhale or Rudhall:
-, Arms before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Abraham, see Bellfounders.
-, Joan, see Pye.
-, Richard, Archdeacon of Hereford (1476), brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a.

Ruinsford Farm, Craswall (10), p. 45b.

Russell, Sammuell, 1689, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112b.

Ruthland Farm, Longtown (32), p. 189a.

Ruxton Court, Llangarren (5), p. 169b.

Ryall, Edmund, Canon, 1428, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a.

Saints, see under individual names and Dedications of Churches and Chapels.

St. Devereux, pp. 223a225a.

St. Ethelbert's Hospital, Hereford (13), p. 131b.

" Well, Hereford (8), p. 128b.

St. Giles' Hospital, Hereford (11), p. 130b; capitals, etc., probably from, Hereford (12), p. 131b.

St. John Street, Hereford (102103), p. 142a.

St. Margarets, pp. 225a227b; inscribed panel from church at, p. 226b.

St. Martin's Street, Hereford (111114), p. 143a.

St. Mary Somerset, London, floor-slab from, p. 112a.

St. Nicholas Street, Hereford (4547), pp. 136a, b; 127a.

St. Owen's Cross, Hentland (10), p. 89b; New Inn at, Hentland (6), p. 88b.

" Gate, Hereford (5), p. 126b.

" Street, Hereford (9197), pp. 140b141a; p. 127a.

St. Peter's Close, Hereford (89), p. 140a.

" Street, Hereford (1820), p. 133a.

St. Vincent's Orphanage, Hereford (55), p. 137a.

St. Weonards, pp. 227b234b.

" Chapel of Ease, now a barn, p. 233a.

St. Wolstan's Farm, Welsh Newton (4), p. 252b.

Saise, Elizabeth, wife of John Saise, c. 1700, Mary Saise and John Saise, 1705, floor-slab, Kilpeck (1), p. 158a.

Samaritan, The Good, Representation of, Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Sampson, Elizabeth, see Hereford.

School House: Abbey Dore (9), p. 10b; Dorstone (9), p. 57b.

Scot's Hole, Hereford (134), pp. 144b, xxxvii.

Scott:
-, Sir G. Gilbert, architect, pp. 91b, 114a.
-, Oldrid, architect, p. 91b.

Scratchings: Garway (1), p. 71b; Moccas (1), p. 204b; Walterstone (2), p. 247a; see also Masons' Marks.

Screens:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliv.
-, Stone:
-,-, 14th-century: Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Hereford (1) (Audley Chapel), p. 103b.
-,-, 16th-century: Hereford (1) (Mayhew tomb), p. 110a.
-, Timber:
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 118a.
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (3), p. 125b; Welsh Newton (2), p. 252a.
-,-, 16th-century: Foy (1), p. 67a; Llandinabo (1), p. 166b; St. Weonards (2), p. 230a; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 240a.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b; Vowchurch (1), p. 245a; (incorporating 15th-century material) Madley (1), pp. 196b197a.
-,-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b; Hentland (1), p. 86a; Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b.
-, Rood-loft:
-,-, See also Rood-beam.
-,-, 15th-century: Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b.
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: St. Margarets (1), p. 226a.

Scudamore or Scudamor:
-, Arms of: Abbey Dore (2), p. 9a; Holme Lacy (2), pp. 149a, b, 150a; Kentchurch (6), p. 155a; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Crest of: Holme Lacy (2), p. 149b.
-, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Scudamore, 1653, John Scudamore, 1695, and Blanch, wife of James Price, 1714, monument, Llancillo (1), p. 164b.
-, Frances, daughter of John Cecil, fourth Earl of Exeter, wife of John, second Viscount Scudamore, p. 147b.
-, James, son of John, first Viscount Scudamore, 1668, monument with effigy, Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b.
-, James, third Viscount, bells given to Holme Lacy church by, p. 146a.
-, James, 1690, Thomas, 1720, monument, Llancillo (1), p. 164b.
-, Jane, wife of James Scudamore (son of John, first Viscount), daughter of Richard Bennet, 16991700, monument, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, John, site and buildings of Dore Abbey granted to (1536), p. 1b.
-, John, 1571, and Sibell (Vaughan of Hargest) his wife, altar-tomb with effigies of, Holme Lacy (1), p. 146b.
-, John, 1616, and Amy (Starkie) his wife, monument with effigies, Kentchurch (1), p. 153a.
-, John, first Viscount, portion of Dore Abbey restored by, pp. 1b, 2a; owner of Holme Lacy House, p. 147b.
-, John, second Viscount, grandson of first Viscount and son of James Scudamore, rebuilding of Holme Lacy House by, p. 147b.
-, Sir John, K.B., 1684, floor-slab, Ballingham (1), p. 21b.
-, John, 1713, floor-slab, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, Lucy, infant daughter of William Scudamore, 17034, also John Scudamore, 1713, monument, Kentchurch (1), p. 153a.
-, Mary, wife of Henry Scudamore, 1708, and her children, monument, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-, Richard, initials possibly of, Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b.
-, Rowland, 1697, Margaret his wife, 1706, John his son, 1710, and Margaret his daughter, wife of Littleton Lawrence, 1716, monument, Llangarren (1), p. 168a.
-, William, 1602, name inscribed on Ballingham Hall, p. 22a.
-, William, 1649, monument, Ballingham (1), p. 21b.

Seaborne, Penelope, wife of (James ?) Seaborne, 1693, floor-slab, Blakemere (1), p. 24a.

Seating:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliv; Sedilia, and Chairs under Furniture.
-, Benches, Bench-ends, Pews, etc.:
-,-, 15th-century: Bacton (1), p. 20a.
-,-, 16th-century: Foy (1), p. 67b; Preston on Wye (1), p. 219b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Garway (1), p. 71b.
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 9a; Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a; Hereford (1), p. 113b; (10), p. 130b; (11), p. 131a; (15), p. 132a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147b; Kilpeck (1), p. 158a; Longtown (1), p. 181a; Vowchurch (1), p. 245a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Callow (1), p. 35a.
-,-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Ewyas Harold (1), p. 64a; Hereford (2), p. 122a; Rowlstone (1), p. 222a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230ab.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century pews converted into dado: Ewyas Harold (1), p. 64a
-, Bishop's Throne:
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 113b, 114a.
-, Box-pews:
-,-, 17th-century: Longtown (1), p. 181a.
-, Churchwardens' Pews:
-,-, 17th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 9a.
-, Desks:
-,-, 15th-century: Bacton (1), p. 20a.
-,-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Garway (1), p. 71b; St. Weonards (2), p. 230b.
-, Misericordes:
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 113b, 114a; (3), pp. 125b126a.
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (2), p. 122a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147b.
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Madley (1), p. 197a.
-, Stalls:
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 113b, 114a; (3), pp. 125b 126a.
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (2), p. 122a; Holme Lacy (1), p. 147b.
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Madley (1), p. 197a.
-,-, 17th century: Longtown (1), p. 181a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Llancillo (1), p. 165a.
-,-, Modern, but incorporating old material: Garway (1), p. 71b.
-, Stone (benches):
-,-, 13th-century: Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-,-, Undated: Holme Lacy (1), p. 147b.
-, Stools:
-,-, 17th-century: Dewsall (1), p. 53a; Vowchurch (1), p. 245a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Craswall (1), p. 42b.

Sebastian St., figure of, Hereford (1) (Lady Chapel), p. 112b.

Sedilia:
-, 13th-century: Craswall (2), p. 43a; Goodrich (2), pp. 76b, 78a; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-, c. 1300: Goodrich (2), p. 76b, 78a.
-, 14th-century: Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b; Hereford (2), p. 122a; (3), p. 125b; Madley (1), p. 197a.

Sellack, pp. 234b237b.

" Church, glass similar to Foy, p. 66b.

Seycell, see Cecil.

Seymore, John, 1712, headstone, Hentland (1), p. 86a.

Shaphard, see Shepherd.

Shawe, Warden, 1658, monument, Peterchurch (1), p. 211a.

Sheet, Anne, see Brydges.

Shelley, Jane, p. 132a.

Shepherd or Shaphard:
-, John, 1690, Anne his wife, 1709, and Thomas Shepherd, 1674, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, William, 1695, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.

Shipley, Holme Lacy (4), p. 151b.

Shutter, 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 113b.

Simmonds Trewen Farm, Llangarren (14), p. 171a.

Simonds, Simones, Simons or Symonds:
-, Edward, 1711, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, Elizabeth, wife of Joseph Simonds, 1708, table-tomb, Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, Margery, wife of William Simones, 1668, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, Thomas, 1661, floor-slab, Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, William, 1661, floor-slab, Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, William (?), son of Rd. Simons, 1708 and Richard Simons, 1708, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.

Size Croft, Kilpeck (8), p. 160a.

Skinner, . . ., daughter of William Skinner, 16912, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Smith or Smyth:
-, Annah, 1680, Hentland (1), p. 86b.
-, Elizabeth (Hereford), wife of Peter Smyth, 1693, monument, Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b.
-, Henry, 166970, and Elenor his daughter, 1698, floor-slab, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, Mary, 1704 and William, 1737, floor-slab, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.
-, Peter, 1677, monument, Abbey Dore (2), p. 7b.
-, Richard, 17012, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.
-, Robert, 1687, headstone, Hentland (1), p. 86a.
-, Roger, 1711, and Elizabeth his wife, 1712, monument, Dorstone (2), p. 56.
-, Thomas, 1711, floor-slab, Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b.
-, Walter, 1697, headstone, Bridstow (1), p. 28b.

Smithy: Little Dewchurch (3), p. 48b; Michaelchurch Escley (3), p. 201a; Moccas (5), p. 205b.

Smyth, see Smith.

Sneade:
-, Richard, 1678, Elizabeth his wife, 16789, and Richard Sneade, junior, 1714, monument, Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b.
-, Richard, 1678, headstone, Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b.

Sneeds Barn, Llanveynoe (17), p. 175b.

Snodhill Castle, Peterchurch (4), p. 213a.

" Court Farm, Peterchurch (7), p. 214a.

Spencer, John, 1711, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.

Spofford, Thomas, Bishop of Hereford (142214489), arms of, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Spread Eagle Hotel, see under Inns.

Spring, carving representing, Hereford (105), p. 142b.

Squint, 15th-century, Hereford (1), p. 102b.

Staircases:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliv.
-, 16th-century: Hentland (3), p. 87b; St. Margarets (2), p. 226b.
-, c. 1600: Kilpeck (4), p. 159b.
-, 17th-century: Much Dewchurch (11), p. 52a; Hereford (108), p. 143a; Holme Lacy (2), p. 150a; Llangarren (3), p. 168b; (4), p. 169a; Marstow (2), p. 199a; Peterchurch (7), p. 214b; Whitchurch (4), p. 254b.
-, c. 1700: Hereford (98), p. 141a; (99), p. 141b; Llangarren (3), p. 168b.
-, Early 18th-century: Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51b.

Stalls, see under Seating.

", The, Goodrich (13), p. 82a.

Stanbery, John, Bishop of Hereford (145374): p. 117b; Arms of, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; Chantry Chapel, Hereford (1), pp. 91a, 96a; altar-tomb with effigy, p. 109b.

Stanhope, Sir Edwin Scudamore, Holme Lacy House the property of, p. 149a; arms of, p. 149a.

Stantar, Alexander, 1620, and Rachel (Hopton) his widow and wife of Lewis Thomas, monument, Bacton (1), p. 19b.

Starkie, Amy, see Scudamore; arms possibly of, p. 79b.

Statues or Images:
-, Queen Elizabeth, Bacton (1) (Parry monument), p. 19b; St. Ethelbert, Hereford (1), p. 108b; St. John the Baptist, Hereford (1), p. 108b.
-, Busts: Kings Alfred, Egbert, Edward III, Henry V, William I, Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51a; Not identified, Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51a; Peterchurch (2), p. 213a.

Stephen, St., figure of, Wormbridge (1) (glass), p. 255b.

Stephen of Ledbury, Dean of Hereford, 1352, effigy ascribed to, Hereford (1), p. 111b.

Stephens, Anne, 1701, headstone, Holme Lacy (1), p. 147a.

Stephouse Farm, Marstow (5), p. 199b.

Stockley Hill, cottages at, Tyberton (5), (6), (7), p. 243a.

Stockton, John, mayor of Hereford, 1450, brass, Hereford (1), p. 105b.

Stone Street: Eaton Bishop (7, 11, 12), p. 62a; Madley (11), p. 197b.

Stonebow Road, Castle Inn, Hereford (126), p. 144a.

Stoups:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xliv.
-, 12th-century: Kilpeck (1), pp. 158a, xliv.
-, 14th-century: Hereford (3), p. 126a; Walterstone (2), p. 247a.
-, 14th or 15th-century: Sellack (1), p. 236a; Thruxton (1), p. 238b.
-, 15th-century: Craswall (1), p. 42b.
-, 16th-century: Garway (1), p. 71b; Kenderchurch (1), p. 152b; Llanrothal (1), p. 172a.
-, Medival: Much Dewchurch (1), p. 50a; Dorstone (2), p. 56; Foy (1), p. 67b; Llangarren (1), p. 168a; St. Weonards (2), p. 230b; Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-, Roman Altar re-used: Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 240a.

Strickstenning Hall, Much Birch (8), p. 23a.

Summerhouses, 17th-century: Hereford (99), p. 141b.

Sudgwick, Mary, wife of Thomas Sudgwick, headstone, Grafton (1), p. 83a.

Sundials:
-, 16th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 9a.
-, Medival: Kingstone (1), p. 163a.
-, 17th-century: Dorstone (2), p. 56; Foy (1), p. 67b; Hentland (1), p. 86a; St. Weonards (5), p. 232b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b.
-, Early 18th-century: Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Bridstow (3), p. 32; Sellack (1), p. 236a.
-, Undated: Clifford (1), p. 38b; Goodrich (1), p. 73b; Orcop (1), p. 208b; Peterchurch (1), p. 211a; St. Devereux (1), p. 224a.

Swift:
-, Jonathan, S.T.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, p. 74a.
-, Thomas, vicar of Goodrich, 1658, floor-slab, Goodrich (1), p. 74a; chalice belonging to, p. 74a; Newhouse Farm built by, p. 80b.

Swinefield:
-, Gilbert, Chancellor of Hereford, 1299, coffin-chalice and paten, p. 113a.
-, Richard, Bishop of Hereford (12821316), p. 91a; tomb-recess, Hereford (1), p. 109b; coffin-chalice and paten, p. 113a.
-, Tomb possibly of member of family of, Hereford (1), p. 109a.

Swinmoor, Madley (23), p. 198b.

Swithin, St., building dedicated to, see Dedications.

Switzerland, arms of the Cantons, Kentchurch (5) (glass), p. 154a.

Syke's Cottage, Peterchurch (14), p. 215b.

Tables, see Communion Tables, and under Furniture.

Talbot, Goodrich Castle owned by family of, p. 74b; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Sir Richard, p. 78b.

Tan House, Clifford (7), p. 41a.

" " Farm: Abbey Dore (8), p. 10b; Longtown (15), p. 187b; St. Margarets (3), p. 227a.

Taylor:
-, Anne, wife of Robert Taylor, 16923, headstone, Eaton Bishop (1), p. 60b.
-, E., p. 170a.
-, Mary, daughter of Charles Taylor, 1677, also Charles Boucher, his grandson, 1706, monument, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-, William, p. 118a.

Tayor, James, 1674, headstone, Welsh Bicknor (1), p. 248b.

Temple, Knights of the, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Tesiliog, St., building dedicated to, see Dedications.

Tewkesbury, Abbey Church, p. 92a.

Theodocus, figure representing, Hereford (1) (Mappa Mundi), p. 108b.

Theodore, St., Archbishop of Canterbury (668692), p. 90a.

Thomas, St.: Building dedicated to, see Dedications; figure of, Hereford (1) (Lady Chapel), p. 112b; symbol of, Hereford (1) (Stanbery Chapel), p. 96a.

Thomas of Canterbury, St.: Building dedicated to, see SS. Mary and Thomas of Canterbury under Dedications; figure of, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a; chsse or reliquary of, Hereford (1), p. 113a.

Thomas of Hereford, St., see Cantilupe.

Thomas:
-, John and Mary his wife, 1714, headstone, Allensmore (1), p. 15b.
-, Mar . . ., 1674, floor-slab, Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, Rachel, wife of Lewis Thomas, see Stantar.
-, . . ., of Rachel Thomas, 1644, floor-slab, Bacton (1), p. 20a.

Thorn House, Marstow (8), p. 199b.

Three Horse Shoes, see under Inns.

Thruxton, pp. 237b239a.

" Court, Thruxton (2), p. 238b.

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

Tiles, Slip-, Abbey Dore (2), p. 9a; Hereford (1), pp. 112b, 113a; (3), p. 126a.

Time, wall-painting of, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8b.

Tobit and the Fish, representation of, Llanwarne (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Tomkins, Hugh, 1699, headstone, Hentland (1), p. 86a.

Tommy, Jane, wife of Richard Tommy, 1710, headstone, Bridstow (1), p. 28b.

Tompkins, Thomas, 1629, brass, Llandinabo (1), p. 166b.

Tomplin, Edward, 1691, floor-slab, Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.

Tovey, Thomas, 1708, and Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Pa . . ., 1682, table-tomb, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.

Town House, Madley (5), p. 197b.

Toy, Elizabeth (Rogers), widow of Thomas Toy, 1696, headstone, Much Birch (1), p. 23a.

Traunter, Mary (Philpot), wife of William Traunter, 1685, monument, Turnastone (1), p. 241b; floor-slab, p. 241b.

Treaddow Hentland (5), p. 88a.

Treago Bridge, St. Weonards (4), p. 232a.

" Castle, St. Weonards (3), p. 230b.

" Farm, barn, St. Weonards (5), p. 232a.

Trebandy House, Marstow (4), p. 199a.

Treberon, Tretire with Michaelchurch (5), p. 240a.

Treberva, barn, Much Birch (7), p. 23b.

Trebumfrey, Llangarren (19), p. 171a.

Tre-Cadifor, St Margarets (5), p. 227a.

Tregate Castle, Llanrothal (2), p. 172a.

" " Farm, Llanrothal (3), p. 172a.

Trelan Farm, Craswall (9), p. 45b.

Trelough, St. Devereux (4), p. 224b.

Tremahaid, Welsh Newton (3), p. 252b.

Tremorithic, Bacton (6), p. 20b.

Trenant Farm, Peterchurch (19), p. 216a.

Trereece, Llangarren (10), p. 170b.

Treribble, Llangarren (6), p. 170a.

Treseck, Hentland (8), p. 89a.

" Mill, Hentland (9), p. 89b.

Tretire with Michaelchurch, pp. 239a240b.

" Castle, Tretire with Michaelchurch (3), p. 240a.

Trevaddoc, Cusop (5), p. 47b.

Trevenant, John, Bishop of Hereford (13891404), pp. 91a, 99a; altar-tomb of, now used for Dean Harvey, p. 109b; tomb and effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 111a; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Treverven, Llangarren (11), p. 170b.

Treville, p. 240b.

", Treville (1), p. 240b.

Trewern, Longtown (42), p. 190b.

Treworgan, Llangarren (16), p. 171a.

Trilleck, John, Bishop of Hereford, 1360, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106b; arms of, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Trilloes Court Wood, homestead moat, Bolstone (2), p. 25a.

Trinity, The, bell dedicated to, Hereford (1), p. 105b; figures representing, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106b; (indent), p. 109b; Sellack (1) (glass), p. 235b.

Trippenkennett, St. Weonards (8), p. 232b.

Trolway Farm, Garway (5), p. 72b.

Tudor, Charles, 1704, floor-slab, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.

Tumps, see Mounds, etc., under Earthworks.

Tupsley, parish, in city of Hereford, p. 90a; cottage at, Hereford (132), p. 144b.

Turnastone, pp. 241a242a.

" Farm, barns, Turnastone (4), p. 242a.

Turner, Mathias, B.D., 165960 and Theodosia his wife, 16901, monument, Dinedor (1), p. 54a.

Turner's Place, Llangarren (18), p. 171a.

Twyford Farm, Callow (7), p. 35b.

Tyberton, pp. 242a243b.

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

Tyler, Warren, Churchwarden of Goodrich, 1665, p. 74b.

Ty-Mawr: Longtown (6), p. 186a; Michaelchurch Escley (5), p. 201a.

Tympana (Carved):
-, 12th-century: Hereford (11), p. 131a; Kilpeck (1), p. 157b; Moccas (1), p. 204a; Rowlstone (1), p. 221b; Tretire with Michaelchurch (2), p. 239b.

Tyn-y-gwynt, Michaelchurch Escley (25), p. 203a.

Union Street, White Horse Hotel, Hereford (90), p. 140a.

Upper Broadmeadow Farm, Clifford (9), p. 41a.

" Bryn, Longtown (36), p. 190a.

" Bullingham, see Grafton.

" Chilstone, earthworks, Madley (25), p. 198b.

" Court, Clifford (15), p. 41b.

" " Farm, Newton (8), p. 207a.

" Cwm: Little Dewchurch (4), p. 48b; Llanveynoe (2), p. 173b.

" " Farm, Craswall (14), p. 46a.

" Godway, Peterchurch (16), p. 215b.

" Goytre, Walterstone (6), p. 247b.

" Gwyrlodydd, Newton (2), p. 206b.

" House: Little Birch (3), p. 22b; Llancillo (8), p. 165b; Michaelchurch Escley (16), p. 202a.

Upper House Farm: Abbey Dore (10), p. 10b; Bacton (5), p. 20b; St. Devereux (6), p. 225a.

" Monkton, Llanwarne (2), p. 178b.

" Newton Farm, Newton (13), p. 207b.

" Olchon Farm, Llanveynoe (24), p. 176b.

" Pen-y-park, Michaelchurch Escley (28), p. 203a.

" Pont-Hendre, Longtown, (16), p. 187b.

" Prill, Ewyas Harold (4), p. 64b.

" Shenmore, cottage at, Madley (14), p. 198a.

" Trewern, barn, Longtown (46), p. 191a.

" Turnant, Llanveynoe (20), p. 176a.

" Wern-ddu, Longtown (33), p. 189b.

" Wormhill Farm, Eaton Bishop (11), p. 62a.

Urania, see The Muses.

Urishay Castle, Peterchurch (5), p. 213b.

" Chapel, Peterchurch (2), pp. 211a, 214a.

Vaughan:
-, Arms possibly of, Vowchurch (1), p. 244b.
-, Alis, wife of William Vaughan, 1678, and Thomas his son, 167., headstone, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.
-, George, 16856, floor-slab, Hentland (1), p. 86a.
-, Godwyn, 16845, floor-slab, Goodrich (1), p. 74a.
-, Sibell, see John Scudamore.
-, Margaret, wife of George Vaughan, 1681, Hentland (1), p. 86a.
-, Noah, 1679, table-tomb, Longtown (1), p. 180b.
-, Royland, see Eliza Leyghton.
-, William, 1667, and Philip his son, 1698, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.
-, William, see Garnons.

Vaulting:
-, See also Sectional Preface, pp. xxxviii, xl.
-, Barrel:
-,-, 12th-century: Kilpeck (1), p. 156b.
-,-, c. 1300: Goodrich (2), p. 76a.
-,-, 14th-century: Little Dewchurch (1), p. 48a.
-,-, Undated: Welsh Newton (2), p. 252a.
-, Fan-vaults:
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 96a, 110a.
-,-, 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 118b.
-, Groined:
-,-, 12th-century: Hereford (1), p. 100a.
-, Lierne-vaults:
-,-, 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 105a.
-, Quadripartite:
-,-, 12th-century: Abbey Dore (2), p. 4a, b; Hereford (1), p. 101a.
-,-, Late 12th or early 13th-century: Abbey Dore (2), pp. 2b, 3a, b.
-,-, 13th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 95a, b, 97b, 101b, 102b, 103a, b.
-,-, c. 1300: Goodrich (2), p. 76a.
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford (1), pp. 95b, 96b, 101a, b.
-,-, 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 100a.
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 102a.
-, Ribbed (other than quadripartite):
-,-, 14th-century: Hereford (1), p. 104a; Madley (1), p. 193b.
-,-, Late 14th or early 15th-century: Hereford (1), p. 115a.
-,-, 15th-century: Ballingham (1), p. 21b; Hereford (1), pp. 99b, 115b.
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 104a.
-,-, 16th-century: Hereford (1), p. 104b.
-, Vaulted Cellars:
-,-, Barrel-vaults: 15th-century: Hereford (24), p. 134a; (25), p. 134a; (70), p. 138a. Medival: Hereford (31), p. 134b; (38), p. 135b; (108), p. 143a.
-,-, Quadripartite: 13th-century: Hereford (68), p. 138a.

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

Vere:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, William de, Bishop of Hereford (118698), p. 90b; effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 110b.

Vicarage, The: Much Dewchurch (4), p. 51b; Goodrich (4), p. 79b; Grafton (4), p. 83b; Holme Lacy (3), p. 150b; (Hinton Farm), Peterchurch (11), p. 215b.

" The Old, see Old Vicarage.

Virgin, The, see Mary the Virgin, St., and under Dedications.

Vowchurch, pp. 234b246a.

Vro, Rowlstone (6), p. 222b.

Wade, John, 1643, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112b.

Wain Farm, Longtown (43), p. 190b; see also Wayne.

Wake, Pembridge Castle, the property of the family of, p. 250b.

Wall-Monuments, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Wall Street, City wall in, Hereford (5), p. 127a.

Walt, Jane, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.

Walter, Elizabeth, wife of Humfrey Walter, see Philpotts.

Walterstone, pp. 246a248a.

" Camp, Walterstone (9), p. 248a.

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

Warlow Farm, Eaton Bishop (12), p. 62a.

Warwick, William, see Bellfounders.

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

Watery Lane Farm, barn, Bullingham, Lower (1), p. 34b.

Watkins:
-, Elinor, wife of John Watkins, 1704, headstone, Madley (1), p. 196b.
-, Jane, 1699, monument, Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b.
-, John, 1711, monument, Michaelchurch Escley (1), p. 200b.
-, Sarah, 1681, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.

Watts, William (16912 ?), floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.

Waughon, Mary, wife of Richard Waughon, 1699, headstone, Grafton (1), p. 83a.

Wayne Herbert, Newton (7), p. 207a; see also Wain.

Weaver or Wever:
-, Elizabeth, wife of John Wever, 16989, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.
-, Mary, 1682, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.
-, Mary, 16.8, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.
-, Richard, M.P., 1642, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Webb:
-, John, 1712, headstone, Allensmore (1), p. 15b.
-, William, Archdeacon of Hereford, 1522, brass, Hereford (1), p. 106a.

Wellbrook Manor, Peterchurch (8), p. 214b.

Wells: Goodrich Castle, p. 78a; Llanfrother, p. 88b; Treago Castle, p. 232a.

Welsh Bicknor, p. 248.

" Hunthouse, Longtown (27), p. 188b.

" Newton, pp. 249a253a.

Weobley, Hugo, dean of, name inscribed on stone, p. 9a.

Weonard, St.: Building dedicated to, see Dedications; figure of, St. Weonards (2) (glass), p. 229b.

Wern Farm: Llanveynoe (8), p. 174a; Michaelchurch Escley (6), p. 201b; Walterstone (8), p. 248a.

Wern-hir, Peterchurch (25), p. 216b.

West Street, Hereford (6263), p. 137b; city wall in, Hereford (5), p. 127a.

Westfaling, Herbert, Bishop of Hereford (158616012), effigy of, Hereford (1), p. 111a.

Wever, see Weaver.

Whitchurch, pp. 253a254b.

White, Eleanor, wife of George White, 1695, table-tomb, Whitchurch (2), p. 253b.

White Cottage, Kingstone (11), p. 164a.

" Cross, Hereford (7), p. 128a.

White Cross Street, Hereford (128), p. 144a.

" Hart, see under Inns.

" Haywood Farm, Craswall (12), p. 46a.

" Horse, see under Inns.

" House, St. Margarets (2), p. 226b.

Whitehouse Farm: Allensmore (13), p. 18a; Clifford (17), p. 41b; Dorstone (15), p. 57b; Kingstone (5), p. 163b; Llanveynoe (12), p. 174b; St. Devereux (7), p. 225a.

Whiteoak Farm, Craswall (6), p. 45a.

Widemarsh Gate, Hereford (5), pp. 126b, 127a.

" Street, Hereford (7083), pp. 138a139b, 127a.

Widow's Wood Cottage, Holme Lacy (10), p. 151b.

Wigga, Rowlstone (11), p. 223a.

Wiles, Penelope, daughter of William and Mary Wiles, headstone, Foy (1), p. 67a.

Willcokes, Joane, see Bullock.

William I, bust of, Much Dewchurch (3), p. 51a.

" III: Arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; Jeremiah Bubb, Usher to, p. 67a.

William . . . er of Hereford, early 18th-century paintings at Abbey Dore by, p. 8b.

Williams' Almshouses, Hereford (12), p. 131a.

Williams:
-, . . ., p. 131b.
-, Anne, wife of Charles Williams, 1678, monument, St. Weonards (2), p. 230a.
-, Blanch, wife of John Williams, 170910, headstone, Welsh Newton (1), p. 250a.
-, Elizabeth, p. 38b.
-, Mary, daughter of William Williams, 1714, floor-slab, Kingstone (1), p. 163a.
-, Robert, 1696, and Philip, 1729, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.
-, Thomas, 1691 (?), headstone, Llangarren (1), p. 168a.

Willison or Wyllyson:
-, Anne, see Denton.
-, Richard, 15745, and Anne (Elton) his wife, monument with effigies; also Anne and John Willison, Madley (1), p. 196b.
-, Richard, monument, Madley (1), p. 196b.

Willock's Bridge Farm, St. Devereux (9), p. 225a.

Wilmastone Cottage, Peterchurch (17), p. 215a.

" Farm, barn, Peterchurch (18), p. 216b.

Wilson, arms of, Hereford (1) (brass), p. 106a.

Wilton:
-, Margaret, wife of Robert Wilton, 1652, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.
-, Robert, 1660, floor-slab, Abbey Dore (2), p. 8a.

Wilton Bridge, Bridstow (3), p. 31b.

" Castle, Bridstow (2), p. 29a.

" Court, Bridstow (6), p. 33a.

Windsor, St. George's Chapel, brass in Hereford Cathedral from, p. 106a.

Winnal Court, Allensmore (12), p. 17b.

Winston:
-, James, 169., floor-slab, Blakemere (1), p. 24a.
-, Joyce, wife of John Winston, c. 1700, headstone, Tretire with Michaelchurch (1), p. 239a.

Winter, carving representing, Hereford (105), p. 142b.

Witham, N., name on sundial, Ballingham (1), p. 21b.

Withington, see Saise.

" Farm, Kilpeck (11), p. 160b.

Wood, Nicholas, 171415, and Joice his wife, 1691, monument Dorstone (2), p. 56.

Woodbury Farm, Moccas (7), p. 205b.

" Lane, Cottage in, Moccas (6), p. 205b.

Woodhouse Farm, Abbey Dore (19), p. 11b.

Wood Street Farm, Allensmore (6), p. 17b.

Woolhope Club Museum, Hereford, p. 44b.

Woolmer, Cecilia (Coningsby), wife successively of David Hyde and Robert Woolmer, 1689, floor-slab, Hereford (1), p. 112a.

Wormbridge, pp. 254b255b; Robert, vicar of, name inscribed on stone, p. 9a.

" Court, Wormbridge (2), p. 255b.

Wroeth, Robert, name inscribed on stone, p. 9a.

Wyatt, James, architect, Hereford (1), pp. 91b, 100b, 109b.

Wye Bridge, Hereford (6), p. 127a.

" " Gate, Hereford (5), p. 126b.

" " Hotel, see under Inns.

Wyllyson, see Willison.

Yatt Farm, Newton (9), p. 207a.

Yazor Church, p. 200b.

Yew Tree, see under Inns.

" " Cottage, Tyberton (6), p. 243b.

Zodiac, sign of Pisces, Kilpeck (1), p. 157b.