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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Middlesex. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1937.

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INDEX

Abraham: Scenes from the life of, represented on fire-back, Hampton (2), p. 40b; represented in tapestry, Hampton (2), p. 35a.

Acton, pp. 12.

Adam, Robert, Osterley Park reconstructed by, Heston (3), p. 74b; Syon House reconstructed by, Isleworth (5), p. 86b.

Adderly, John, 16523, floor-slab, Mimms, South (1), p. 95a.

Adonis, see under Venus.

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

Aeneas, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 39a; tapestries representing history of Dido and, Hampton (2), p. 41b.

Agnus Dei, carved representation of, Laleham (1), p. 90b.

Alabaster Effigies:
-, Civil:
-,-, Men: 17th-century: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Enfield (1), p. 22a; Finchley (1), p. 27a; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-,-, Women: 17th-century: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Enfield (1), p. 22a; Finchley (1), p. 27a; Greenford (1), p. 29a, b; Harefield (1), p. 55a; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Perivale (1) (in shroud), p. 101b; Stanmore, Great, p. 114a; Twyford, West (1), p. 127b; Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Military:
-,-, 17th-century: Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Enfield (1), p. 22a; Harefield (1), p. 55a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Busts:
-,-, Civil: Men: 17th-century: Greenford (1), p. 29b; Ruislip (1), p. 106b; Twickenham (1), p. 125a; Twyford, West (1), p. 127b. Women: 17th-century: Ruislip (1), p. 106b; Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Alexander the Great, tapestries representing history of, Hampton (2), p. 39b.

Allanson:
-, Edward, church-plate given by, Norwood (1), p. 99b.
-, Margaret, see Hutchinson, Thomas.

Allen:
-, Edward, monument to Sir Thomas Allen, erected by, Finchley (1), p. 27a; 1683, floor-slab, Finchley (1), p. 27a.
-, Sir Thomas, 1681, and Mary (Weld) his wife 16634, monument erected by Edward Allen, Finchley (1), p. 27a.

All Hallows, buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Allori, Christofano, painting at Hampton Court Palace by, Hampton (1), p. 40b.

All Saints, buildings dedicated to, see All Hallows under Dedications.

Almshouses:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-, 17th-century: Edgware (3), p. 17a; Friern Barnet (2), p. 27b; Harefield (5), p. 56a; Hendon (6), p. 72b; Isleworth (7), p. 88a; Ruislip (6), p. 108b; Stanmore, Little (2), p. 115a.
-, c. 1700: Chiswick (25), p. 10a.
-, Rebuilt: Southgate (3), p. 112a.

Alpheus and Arethusa (?), painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Altars:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-, Medival: Acton (1) (?), p. 1b; Laleham (1), p. 90b; (?) Willesden (1), p. 133b.

Altham:
-, Elizabeth, wife of Edward Altham, see Barne, Jane.
-, Mary, see Hawtrey.

Amondesham or Awnsham:
-, Nicholas, 1674, floor-slab, Heston (1), p. 74a.
-, Richard, c. 1490, and Kateryn his wife, brass, Ealing (1), p. 15b.
-, Richard, rector of Cranford, 1612, brass, Heston (1), p. 74a.

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

Andrew, Sara, daughter of Richard Andrew, 1691, and Ann his wife, 1704, floor-slab, Edmonton (1), p. 19a.

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

Angell, Rebekah, wife of John Angell, 1682, headstone, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Anne, St.: bells dedicated to: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Greenford (1), p. 29a; figure representing, Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a.

Anne, Queen: arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; initials of, at Hampton Court Palace, Hampton (2), pp. 42a, b, 47b; locks with monogram of, Hampton (2), p. 39b, 40a; additions and alterations to Hampton Court Palace by, pp. 32a, 37b, 39b, 46a; represented receiving homage, Hampton (2), p. 39b; represented as Justice, Hampton (2), p. 39b; and George of Denmark, locks with initials of, Hampton (2), pp. 40b, 43a.

Apollo: painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 39a; and Daphne, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a; and Diana, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 39a.

Apostles, figures probably representing, Harrow (1) (roof), p. 65b.

Arethusa, figure possibly intended for, Hampton (2), p. 48b; see also Alpheus.

Ariadne, see Bacchus.

Arms and Armour:
-, Gauntlets: Harefield (1), p. 54a.
-, Helms:
-,-, 15th-century: Harefield (1), p. 54a.
-,-, 16th-century: Harefield (1), p. 54a.
-,-, c. 1600: Norwood (1), p. 99a.
-, Lances and Military Accoutrements, collection of, Hampton (2), p. 41a.
-, Swords:
-,-, c. 1600: Norwood (1), p. 99a.

Armstrong, Edmond, Forty Hall altered by, Enfield (8), p. 23a.

Arnold, Tanner, pulpit given to Harrow Church by, Harrow (1), p. 67a.

Arts and Sciences, paintings representing, Hampton (2), pp. 39a, 46a.

Arundel or Arundell:
-, Arms, of, before 1550, see Berkeley under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Thomas, Archbishop, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Thomas, 1697, and Thomas his son, 1706, floor-slab, Northolt (1), p. 97b.

Ashby or Assheby:
-, Arms of: before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; after 1550, Harefield (1), p. 55b; (8) (doorway and glass), pp. 56b, 57a; impaling Gernon quartering Henson, Harefield (8) (glass), p. 57a; impaling Wroth, Harefield (8), p. 57a; rebus of: Harefield (1) (glass), p. 54a; (8) (glass and overmantel), p. 57a.
-, Sir Francis, 1623, monument, Harefield (1), p. 54b.
-, George, 1474, and Margaret his wife, 1474, brass, Harefield (1), p. 54a.
-, George, 1514, and Rose (Eden) his wife, brass, Harefield (1), p. 54a.
-, John, 1713, and Judith (Turner), his wife, floor-slab, Harefield (1), p. 55b.
-, Sir Robert, 1617, monument, Harefield (1), p. 54b.
-, William, 15 . ., and Jane his wife, 1537, brass, Harefield (1), p. 53b.

Ashcombe House, Harrow Weald (3), p. 68a.

Ashe, Sir Joseph, Bart., 1686, Mary (Wilson) his wife, 1705, and Martha his daughter, 1714, monument, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Ashford, p. 2.

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

Askew, Godfrey, and John Asplyn, and Elizabeth wife of both successively, brass, c. 1500, Edmonton (1), p. 18a.

Asplin Farm, Tottenham (6), p. 123a.

Asplyn, John, see Askew, Godfrey.

Astley (Warwickshire), palimpsest brass from, Harefield (1), p. 54a.

Aston, Sir Roger, 1612, and Mary (Stuart) his first wife, 1606, monument with effigies of, Cranford (1), p. 12b.

Atkinson, Samuell, almshouses founded by, Edgware (3), p. 17a.

Atkinson's Almshouses, Edgware (3), p. 17a.

Atlee:
-, John, 1599, brass, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.
-, John, name inscribed on tower (1629), Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.
-, Susan, see Pope, Richard.

Atterbury:
-, Rev. Lewis, church tower re-built by, Shepperton (1), p. 110b.
-, Penelope, see Bedingfield, John.

Augustus, Emperor, terra-cotta plaque with bust of, Hampton (2), p. 33b.

Aurora with Night and Sleep, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 39b.

Avarice riding upon a Griffon, represented in tapestry, Hampton (2), p. 35b.

Avenue House, Drayton, West (11), p. 15a.

Awnsham, see Amondesham.

Awsiter:
-, Shield-of-arms of, Norwood (2), p. 100a.
-, Francis, 1624, brass, Norwood (1), p. 99a; gallery built by, Norwood (1), p. 99a.
-, R., Southall Manor House built by, Norwood (2), p. 99b.
-, Sussanna, see Kidwell.

Aynesworth, George, 14889, and Agnes, Isabel, and Joan his wives, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a.

Bacchus and Ariadne, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Badlesmere, arms of, before 1550, see Roos and Lovell under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Badges, see under Heraldry.

Bagley, James, see under Bellfounders.

Bagot, Mary, see Newdigate.

Ball, Frances (Watts), 1704, and to Edward Ball, 1702, monument, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

Balustrades, see under Ironwork.

Bankes, Banckes or Banckys:
-, ......, 1700 (?), floor-slab, Hampton (1), p. 30b.
-, Jane, see Cruchfeild.
-, Mary (Hawtrey), wife of Sir John Bankes, 1661, monument and floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Matthew, 1714, and Henry his brother, 1716, floor-slab, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

Barker:
-, Ann (Stoughton), wife first of Richard Maxey and second of William Barker, 1607, monument, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.
-, Anne, widow of William Barker, 1607, brass, Chiswick (1), p. 7b.
-, Elizabeth, see Clitherow, James.
-, Mary (Litcott), wife of Richard Barker, 1599, brass, Chiswick (1), p. 7b.
-, Thomas, 1630, monument possibly to, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.

Barkham:
-, Margaret, see Irby.
-, Mary (Wilcocks), wife of Sir Robert Barkham, 1644, monument, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Barlee, George, 1513, palimpsest brass of, Harlington (1), p. 59a.

Barnacre, Cowley (3), p. 11b.

Barne:
-, Jane, wife of John Barne, and her daughters Mary, wife of Francis Roberts, and Elizabeth wife of Edward Altham, brass, Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, John, 1615, monument, Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Mary, see Jane above and also Roberts.

Barnes, John, 1675, floor-slab, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Barns, The, Ruislip (42), p. 109b.

Barns and Outbuildings:
-, Late 14th or early 15th-century:
-,-, Harmondsworth (2), p. 61b.
-, 16th-century: Hampton (3), p. 48b; Harefield (4), p. 56a; Harmondsworth (21), p. 63b; Heston (3), p. 75a; Hillingdon, East (8), p. 77a; Ruislip (47), p. 110a; Wembley (1), p. 131b.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Pinner (2), p. 103b.

Baron, Edward, 1640, Catherine his wife, 1643, and William Daw and Barbara (Baron) his wife, 1674, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.

Barrow, Elizabeth, 1704, headstone, Staines (1), p. 112b.

Barry, Elizabeth, 1713, monument, Acton (1), p. 1a.

Bartlet or Bartlett:
-, James, see under Bellfounders.
-, Thomas, see under Bellfounders.

Basil or Basill:
-, Simon, 1663, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.
-, T., name cut on panelling, Harrow (3), p. 67b.

Basins, marble, Hampton (2), p. 40a.

Bassani, painting ascribed to school of, Hendon (1), p. 72b.

Basset:
-, ...... (Trelawny), wife of Sir Francis Basset, 1682, floor-slab, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-, Jane, see Musters.

Batty, Thomas, 1695, Sarah his wife, 1729, and Elizabeth, 1700, and Martha, 172930, his daughters, head-stone, Uxbridge (1), p. 129a.

Beale, Mary daughter of Stephen Beale, see Hobby.

Beauclerk, Charles, Duke of St. Albans, house said to have been built for, Hampton (13), p. 50a.

Beaufort House, Brentford, New (4), p. 6a.

" " Chelsea, gateway at Chiswick House, formerly at, Chiswick (2), p. 8b.

Bec Abbey (Normandy), manor at Ruislip given to, Ruislip (4), pp. 107b, 108a.

Becher, John, 1679, Magdalen his wife, 16801, Elizabeth their daughter, wife first to Mathias Hunter and second to William Marriott, 1694, and also to John Hunter 1680, and Mathias Hunter, 1685, monument, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.

Bedfont, East, and Hatton, pp. 24; earthwork in, p. xxiii.

Bedford, Francis, Earl of, see Russell.

Bedford House, Chiswick (5), p. 8b.

Bedingfield:
-, Anne, daughter of Eustace Bedingfield, 15801, brass, Pinner (1), p. 103a.
-, John, 1692, and Martha (Williamson) his wife, 1698, widow of John Porter, monument erected by Penelope Atterbury, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.

Beetonswood Farm, Ickenham (11), p. 84b.

Bellamy, Dorothy, see Frankyshe.

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

Bellfounders:
-, See also Sectional Preface, pp. xxix-xxx.
-, Bagley, James: Acton (1), p. 1a.
-, Bartlet, Thomas: Northolt (1), p. 97a; Southgate (1), p. 112a.
-, Bartlett, James: Hendon (1), p. 72a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.
-, Bullisdon, Thomas: Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-, Burford, William: Cranford (1), p. 12b.
-, Butler, James: Kingsbury (1), p. 89a.
-, Carter, William: Southgate (1), p. 112a.
-, Culverden, William: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Hampton (2) (clock), p. 34a.
-, Eldridge, Bryan: Ashford (1), p. 2b; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Harefield (1), p. 53b; Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Teddington (1), p. 119a.
-, " William: Ashford (1), p. 2b; Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Laleham (1), p. 90b; Littleton (1), p. 92a; (2), p. 92b; Perivale (1), p. 101a; Twickenham (1), p. 124b.
-, Harrys, Thomas: Hampton (2) (clock), p. 34a.
-, Knight, Ellis: Acton (1), p. 1a; Chiswick (1), p. 7b; Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, Land, William: Northolt (1), p. 97a.
-, Mot, Robert: Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-, Newton, Samuel: Kingsbury (1), p. 89a.
-, Phelps, Richard: Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Twickenham (1), p. 124b.
-, Sanders, John: Twickenham (1), p. 124b.
-, Weston, Peter de: Kingsbury (1), p. 89a.
-, Whitmore, William, of Watford: Harrow (1), p. 66a; Northolt (1), p. 97a.
-, Wightman, Philip: Tottenham (1), p. 120b.
-, " William: Enfield (1), p. 21b.

Bell-frames:
-, Cranford (1), p. 12b; Perivale (1), p. 101a.

Bellingham or Bellyngham:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Anne, see Lovell, Gregory.

Bell Lane, Twickenham (1416), p. 127a.

Bells:
-, See also Sectional Preface, pp. xxix-xxx.
-, 14th-century: Cranford (1), p. 12a; Finchley (2), p. 27a; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Kingsbury (1), p. 89a.
-, 15th-century: Hampton (2) (clock), pp. 33b34a.
-, 16th-century: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Hampton (2) (clock), pp. 33b34a; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Twickenham (1), p. 124b.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-, 17th-century: Acton (1), p. 1a; Ashford (1), p. 2b; Chiswick (1), p. 7b; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Harefield (1), p. 53b; Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Hendon (1), p. 72a; Kingsbury (1), p. 89a; Laleham (1), p. 90b; Littleton (1), p. 92a; (2), p. 92b; Northolt (1), p. 97a; Perivale (1), p. 101a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Teddington (1), p. 119a; Tottenham (1), p. 120b; Twickenham (1), p. 124b.
-, Early 18th-century: Acton (1), p. 1a; Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b; Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Heston (3) (1753), p. 74b; Kingsbury (1), p. 89a; Twickenham (1), p. 124b.
-, Sanctus:
-,-, 17th-century: Enfield (1), p. 21b; Northolt (1), p. 97a; Southgate (1), p. 112a; Tottenham (1) (French), p. 120b; Willesden (1), p. 133b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-,-, Undated: Harefield (1), p. 53b.

Ben....., Mar..... (Moyle), wife of Edward Ben....., 1710, floor-slab, Greenford (1), p. 29b.

Benedictine houses, see under Monastic and Collegiate buildings.

Bennet or Bennett:
-, Old Treaty House, formerly the property of family of, Uxbridge (2), p. 129b.
-, Edward, 16578, floor-slab, Greenford (1), p. 29b.
-, Sir John, Lord Ossulstone, arms on paten, Harlington (1), p. 59b; tablet commemorating benefactions of, Harlington (1), p. 59b; and Elizabeth (Cranfield) and Bridget (Howe) his wives, monument with busts of, 1694, Harlington (1), p. 59b.
-, Leonora (Vierendeeils), wife successively of Abraham Trion, Gregory Downhall and Sir John Bennett, 1638, monument with effigy, Uxbridge (1), p. 129a.

Bennet's Farm, Bedfont, East (4), p. 4a.

Bentley Heath Farm, barn at, Mimms, South (13), p. 96b.

" Priory, p. xxvi; earthworks in neighbourhood of, p. xxii.

Berblock, Elizabeth, see Pigot.

Berisford, I., name scratched on monument, Ealing (1), p. 15b.

Berkeley:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Elizabeth (Carey), widow of Sir Thomas Berkeley, 1635, monument with effigy of, Cranford (1), p. 12b.
-, Elizabeth, Countess Dowager, widow of 1st Earl, church plate given to Cranford church by, Cranford (1), p. 12b.
-, George, 8th Lord Berkeley, 1658, monument, Cranford (1), p. 12b.
-, George, 1st Earl of, 1698, monument, Cranford (1), p. 12b.
-, James, Vice-Admiral, 3rd Earl of Berkeley, Cranford House largely re-built by, Cranford (3), p. 12b.
-, John, Lord, of Stratton, monument, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.
-, Katherine, see Mole.

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

Berrymead Priory, Acton (2), p. 1b.

Blllingsley or Bilingsley:
-, Edward, 1714, table-tomb, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.
-, Richard, 1689, monument, Sunbury (1), p. 118a.

Birkhead, Byrkhed or Birket:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry, for blazon see Armorial.
-, John, 1468, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a.

Bishop's Lodge, homestead moat, Finchley (3), p. 27a.

Bisshopp, Sarah, see Newdigate.

Bittacy House, Hendon (5), p. 72b.

Blackbird Farm, Kingsbury (2), p. 89b.

Black Horse Inn, see under Inns.

Blakwell, William, and Richard his son, c. 1500, brass, Finchley (1), p. 26b.

Blanche Farm, Mimms, South (4), p. 95b.

Blissard, John, floor-slab, Ickenham (1), p. 82a.

Blithman, Elizabeth (Norbury), wife of John Blithman, 16601, floor-slab, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.

Blue Anchor Hotel, see under Inns.

Blunt:
-, Christopher, 1695, name inscribed on candelabrum, Uxbridge (1), p. 129a.
-, Judethe, see Chaloner.

Bogdani, James, paintings by, at Hampton Court Palace, p. 40a, b.

Boleyn, Anne: arms of, see under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; badge of, Hampton (2), p. 34a; initials of, Hampton (2), p. 34b.

Bolton, William and Elizabeth (Byde) his wife, and Dorothy and Mary, 1665, his daughters, monument erected by his daughter, Elizabeth Bullock, Enfield (1), p. 22a.

Boman, John, glass given to church by, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.

Books:
-, Apology of Bishop Jewel, 1611: Ruislip (1), p. 106a.
-, Bible of James I (1611): Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b.

Boone, Nicholas, 1523, and Elizabeth his wife, brass, Edmonton, (1), p. 18a.

Booth, John, 1701, floor-slab, Cowley (1), p. 11a.

Bordall, William, monument erected 1631, Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Chiswick church tower re-built by, Chiswick (1), p. 7b.

Boston House: Brentford, New (2), p. 5a; Chiswick (12), p. 9a.

" Road, Brentford, Old (12), p. 7b.

Boudicca, mounds, etc., popularly connected with, p. xxiii.

Bourne Farm, Harefield (23), p. 57b.

Bowater, Richard, 1705, church-plate given by, Kingsbury (1), p. 89b.

Bowden, achievement-of-arms of, brass, Stanwell (1), p. 117a.

Bowls: possibly font, Cowley (1), p. 11a; uncertain purpose, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.

Bowman, John, 1629, monument, Ealing (1), p. 15b.

Bownell:
-, Mordecai, 1581, and Constance his wife, brass, Heston (1), p. 73b.
-, Nicholas, 1581, brass, Cranford (1), p. 12b.
-, Thomas, 1570, floor-slab, Heston (1), p. 74a.

Bowyer, Bridgett, see Pagitt.

Boyle, Richard, 3rd Earl of Burlington, Chiswick House altered and added to by, Chiswick (2), p. 8a.

Boys, Prisca, 1666, and Nathaniel, 16667, children of John Boys, floor-slab, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114ab.

Brabbant, Catherine, see Dobyns.

Brackenbury Farm: Harefield (4), p. 56a; homestead moats, Harefield (3) (4), p. 56a.

Brackets:
-, 14th-century: Harlington (1), p. 59a.
-, 15th-century: Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b.
-, 16th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70a.

Brackley, Viscount, see Egerton.

Brakespear, Harefield (8), p. 56b.

Brakespear Road, cottage in, Ruislip (25), p. 109a.

Bramley, Thomas, 1689, and Mary his wife, 1689, monument, Acton (1), p. 1b.

Brancker, Mathew, master carpenter, employed at Hampton Court, p. 37a.

Brasses, Monumental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, Civil (principal figures accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, inscriptions, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, Men: 15th-century: Ealing (1), p. 15b; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Willesden (1), p. 133b. c. 1500: Edmonton (1), p. 18a. 16th-century: Acton (1), p. 1a; Ashford (1), p. 2b; Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Cowley (1), p. 11a; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Edmonton (1), p. 18a; Enfield (1), p. 21b; Harefield (1), pp. 53b, 55a; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Hendon (1), p. 72a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Isleworth (1), p. 85b; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b; Perivale (1), p. 101a; Ruislip (1), p. 106a; Teddington (1), p. 119a. Late 16th or early 17th-century: Ruislip (1), p. 106a. 17th-century: Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b; Edmonton (1), p. 18a; Finchley (1), p. 26b; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Norwood (1), p. 99a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a.
-,-, Women: 15th-century: Ealing (1), p. 15b; Enfield (1), p. 21b; Finchley (1), p. 26b; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Harefield (1), p. 54a; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Mimms, South (1), p. 94a; Willesden (1), p. 133b. c. 1500: Edmonton (1), p. 18a. 16th-century: Ashford (1), p. 2b; Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Cowley (1), p. 11a; Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Edmonton (1), p. 18a; Enfield (1), p. 21b; Harefield (1), pp. 53b, 54a, 55a; Harlington (1), p. 59a; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Hayes (1), p. 70b; Heston (1), p. 73b; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b; Northolt (1), p. 97a; Perivale (1), p. 101a; Ruislip (1), p. 106a; Teddington (1), p. 119a; Willesden (1), pp. 133b, 134a. 17th-century: Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b; Edmonton (1), p. 18a; Finchley (1), p. 26b; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a; Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-,-, Infants: 16th-century: Hornsey (1), p. 78b; Pinner (1), p. 103a. 17th-century: Edgware (2), p. 16b.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, Men: 14th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70a. 15th-century: Greenford (1), p. 29a; Harlington (1), p. 59a; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Stanwell (1), p. 117a. 16th-century: Greenford (1), p. 29a; Willesden (1), p. 133b. 17th-century: Northolt (1), p. 97b.
-,-, Women: 16th-century: Isleworth (1), p. 85a.
-, Military:
-,-, 14th-century: Harrow (1), p. 66a.
-,-, 15th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70a; Isleworth (1), p. 85a; Northolt (1), p. 97b.
-,-, 16th-century: Harefield (1), pp. 53b, 54a; Harlington, (1), p. 59a; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Hayes (1), 70b; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Northolt (1), p. 97a; Willesden (1), p. 133b.
-, Inscriptions (accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, 14th-century: Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.
-,-, 15th-century: Harefield (1), p. 54a; Hayes (1), p. 70a; Hornsey (1), p. 78b; Twickenham (1), p. 124b.
-,-, c. 1500: Finchley (1), p. 26b.
-,-, 16th-century: Chiswick (1), p. 7b; Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Edgware (2), p. 16b; Enfield (1), p. 21b; Finchley (1), p. 26b; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Harefield (1), p. 54a; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Isleworth (1), p. 85a, b; Littleton (1), p. 92a; Ruislip (1), p. 106a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a.
-,-, 17th-century: Chiswick (1), p. 7b; Edmonton (1), p. 18a; Enfield (1), p. 21b; Finchley (1), p. 26b; Hampton (1), p. 30a; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Hayes (1), p. 70a; Hendon (1), p. 72a; Heston (1), p. 74a; Hornsey (1), p. 78b; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b; Mimms, South (1), p. 94a; Ruislip (1), p. 106a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Teddington (1), p. 119a.
-, Heraldic:
-,-, 15th-century: Drayton, West (1) (fragment only), p. 14a.
-,-, 16th-century: Enfield (1), p. 21b; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.
-,-, c. 1600: Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.
-,-, 17th-century: Finchley (1), p. 26b; Stanwell (1), p. 117a.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, Groups of Sons and Daughters only: 16th-century: Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Isleworth (1), p. 85b; Ruislip (1), p. 106a.
-, Palimpsest:
-,-, Effigies: 14th-century: Harefield (1), p. 54a. 15th-century: Harefield (1), pp. 53b, 54a; Harlington (1), p. 59a; Harrow (1), p. 66a; Northolt (1), p. 97b. c. 1500: Harefield (1), pp. 53b, 54a. 16th-century: Littleton (1) (group of daughters), p. 92a. c. 1600: Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-,-, Inscriptions: 15th-century: Cowley (1), p. 11a; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Harefield (1), p. 54a; Northolt (1), p. 97b. 16th-century: Harlington (1), p. 59a. Undated: Pinner (1), p. 103a.
-,-, Miscellaneous: 14th-century: Isleworth (1), p. 85b. 16th-century: Isleworth (1), p. 85b.
-, Indents: Chiswick (1), pp. 7b, 8a; Edmonton (1), pp. 18a, b, 19a; Enfield (1), p. 21b; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Hampton (1), p. 30a; Harefield (1), p. 54b; Hayes (1), p. 70a; Hendon (1), 72a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Isleworth (1), p. 85b; Laleham (1), p. 90b; Ruislip (1), p. 106a; Shepperton (1), p. 111a; Stanwell (1), p. 117a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a; Willesden (1), p. 134a.

Brasswork:
-, Candelabrum:
-,-, 17th-century: Uxbridge (1), p. 129a.
-, Locks:
-,-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 38b, 40a, 41a.
-,-, 18th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 39b, 40a, b, 43a.
-, Scutcheons:
-,-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 46b, 48a.

Bread-shelves and Cupboards, see under Furniture.

Brember, Sir Nicholas, arms probably of, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Brende, Elizabeth (Pawlet-t), wife of Francis Brende, 16667, and their two children Thomas and Elizabeth, floor-slab, Willesden (1), p. 134b.

Brentford, New, pp. 47.

" Old, p. 7.

Bretton, Thomas, 1714, floor-slab, Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b.

Bridgefoot Farm, barns at, Mimms, South (11), p. 96b.

Bridgeman, Sir Orlando, Bart., 1674, monument, Teddington (1), p. 119a.

Bridge: 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 44b.

Bridget, St., figure representing, Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a.

Bridgettine nuns, see under Monastic and Collegiate buildings.

Bridgwater, Frances, wife of John, Earl of, see Egerton.

Brigginshaw, Richard, 1661, Anne his wife, 1672, and Richard their son, 1675, monument, Hayes (1), p. 70a.

Bright:
-, Jeremiah, bread-cupboard given to church by, Ruislip (1), p. 106a; monument to Thomas Bright erected by, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Thomas, 16734, also to Thomas, 1688, Jeremiah, 1689, Jeremiah, 1696, Ann, 1695, and Mary, 1696, children of Jeremiah Bright, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.

Broad, Bridget, wife of Jacob Broad, 1713 (?), headstone, Finchley (1), p. 27a.

Brockley Hill, Roman settlement on, Edgware (1), pp. 16a, xxvii.

" ", Farm, Stanmore, Little (13), p. 115b.

Bronzework:
-, Busts, Figures, etc.: Hampton (2), pp. 46a, 47a, 48a, b.
-, Casting: of heart-memorial of Henry II of France (probably modern), Hampton (2), p. 47a.
-, Taps: Hampton (2), p. 40a.

Brook House, Tottenham (14), p. 123b.

Brooke, Lady Joane, sanctus-bell given by, Southgate (1), p. 112a.

Browne:
-, Margaret, see Gardiner.
-, Rupert, 1711, and Sibyll (Wyrley) his wife, 1710, monument and floor-slab, Greenford (1), p. 29a, b.

Bruce Castle, Tottenham (4), p. 121b.

Brydges, Anne, wife of Grey Brydges, Lord Chandos, see Touchet.

Building materials, see Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.

Bul, John, 1621, floor-slab, Kingsbury (1), p. 89b.

Bull's Head Inn, see under Inns.

Bullisdon, Thomas, see under Bellfounders.

Bullock, Elizabeth, see Bolton, William.

Bures, Isaiah, 1610, brass, erected by his wife Catherine, Northolt (1), p. 97b.

Burgeys, Robert, 1421, brass, Hayes (1), p. 70a.

Burghley, Lord, see Cecil.

Burlington, Earl of, see Boyle.

Burlington Corner, Chiswick (17), p. 9b.

Burnell:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial. Barbara, church-plate given by, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114b; monument to John her husband, erected by, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.
-, John, 1551, brass, Drayton, West (1), p. 14a.
-, John, 1605, brass, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; monument, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.
-, Margaret (North), wife of Thomas Burnell, 1529, brass, Drayton, West (1), p. 14a.

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

Burnwell, Nicholas, 1670, floor-slab, Hornsey (2), p. 79a.

Burrough, Elizabeth, wife of John Burrough, 1616, brass, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Burroughs, The, tenements on W. side of, Hendon (17), p. 73a.

Burt or Burrt:
-, Ann, 1706, headstone, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Frances, wife of John Burt, 1692, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.

Burton, Richard, chief cook to the king, 1443, and Agnes his wife, brass, Twickenham (1), p. 124b.

Bury Farm, Edgware (5), p. 17a.

" Street, house in, Ruislip (20), p. 109a.

Butler:
-, Frances, see King.
-, James, see under Bellfounders.
-, Mary, wife of Thomas Butler, 1653, monument, Greenford (1), p. 29b.
-, Sir Nicholas (?), 1700, and Jane his wife, floor-slab, Edmonton (1), p. 19a.
-, Thomas, 1671, monument, Greenford (1), p. 29b.

Butts, The, Brentford, New (4)(8), p. 6.

Byde, Elizabeth, see Bolton, William.

Caddey, John, 1710 (?), Mary (Grue) his first wife, 1692, and Mary his second wife, 171011, table-tomb, Heston (1), p. 74a.

Csar, The Triumph of, cartoons representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Csar's Camp, earthwork called, Laleham (3), p. 90b.

Csars, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 39a.

Callaway, T., house altered by, Enfield (6), p. 22b.

Cambridge, glass from King's College now at Greenford, p. 29a.

" House, Twickenham (4), p. 126a.

Camden, William, cited, Edgware (1), p. 16a.

Camlet Moat, Enfield (3), p. 22b.

Campe:
-, Arms of, Friern Barnet (2), p. 28a.
-, Laurence, almshouses founded by, Friern Barnet (2), p. 27b.

Campe Almshouses, Friern Barnet (2), p. 27b.

Candelabra, see Brasswork.

Candeler, see Kandeler.

Candish, Richard, monument erected by Margaret, Countess of Cumberland, 1601, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Cannon Bridge, cottage near, Ruislip (24), p. 109a.

Canopies or Testers: Hampton (2), pp. 39b, 40b, 41a.

Carey:
-, Elizabeth, see Berkeley.
-, George, 2nd Lord Hunsdon, 1603, tablet recording benefactions of, Drayton, West (1), p. 14a.
-, John, flagon given by, Stanwell (1), p. 117a.
-, Thomas, 1694, monument, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.

Caroline of Anspach, wife of George II, portrait of, Hampton (2), p. 39b.

Carr:
-, Bridget, see Coston.
-, Sir Edward, 16367, monument erected by Jane (Shurley) his wife, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.

Carter, William, see under Bellfounders.

Cartoons: by Mantegna, Hampton (2), p. 46a; by Raphael, Hampton (2), p. 41a.

Carved stones, etc., not in situ:
-, 12th-century: Edmonton (1), p. 19a; Finchley (1), p. 27a; Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Hendon (1), p. 72b; Laleham (1), p. 90b.
-, Various dates: Shepperton (1), p. 111a.

Carvings:
-, Wood: 16th-century: Bedfont, East (Crucifixion) (1), p. 3b.

Cason, Honoria (Spicer), stand-paten given to Greenford church by, p. 29b; see also White, Thomas.

Castell, John, 16867, and Christiana his wife, 1695, monument, Greenford (1), p. 29a.

Castlehaven, Earl of, see Touchet.

Castle House, Hampton (23), p. 50b.

Catherine of Aragon, arms of, see Henry VIII, Royal Arms, under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Catherine Wheel, iron sign, Uxbridge (39), p. 131b.

Cavell, Humfrey, 1558, brass, Acton (1), p. 1a.

Cecil, William, 1st Lord Burghley, Pymme's Park on site of house belonging to, Edmonton (2), p. 19a.

Cedar House: Chiswick (11), p. 9a; Hillingdon, East (2), p. 76b.

Ceilings, Plaster:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii; and also under Leadwork.
-, Painted, see Paintings, On Plaster.
-, In Churches:
-, Early 18th-century: Isleworth (1), p. 85a; Twickenham (1), p. 124a.
-, In Houses:
-, 16th-century: Enfield (6), p. 23a; Hampton (2), pp. 33a, 34a, 35b, 36b, 37a, 42b, 44a.
-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (2), pp. 5b, 6a; Enfield (8), p. 24a; Hampton (2), p. 37a, 40a; Hornsey (3), p. 79a, 80a; (4), p. 80a; Ickenham (2), p. 83b; Tottenham (5), p. 122b.
-, Early 18th-century: Mimms, South (8), p. 96a.

Ceres, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 39a.

Chadwick, Rev. Daniell, 16978 and Theodosia his daughter, 16978, monument, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Chaloner, Sir Thomas, 1615, Elizabeth (Fletwood) his first wife, 1603, and Judethe (Blunt) his second wife, 1615, monument with effigies, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.

Chamber, Sir Thomas, 1692, monument, Hanworth (1), p. 52a.

Chambers, Katherine, wife of Richard Chambers, floor-slab, Hornsey (2), p. 79a.

Chandos:
-, Anne, wife of Grey Brydges, Lord Chandos, see Touchet.
-, James Brydges, 1st Duke of, tomb of, Stanmore, Little (1), p. 114b.

Chandos Arms, see under Inns.

Charity: figures representing, Brentford, New (2) (ceiling), p. 5b; Enfield (1) (monument), p. 22a; represented on firebacks, Hampton (2), pp. 40a, 41a; Hampton Wick (1), p. 51a.

Charles I: Diana Fountain probably erected by, Hampton (2), p. 48a; bust of, Ickenham (2) (screen), p. 83a; initials of, Hampton (2) (fire-backs), pp. 41b, 48a.

Charles II: barracks at Hampton Court built by, Hampton (2), p. 46b; canal at Hampton Court laid out by, Hampton (2), p. 46b.

Charlton:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; see also Tiptoft under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Joyce, see Tiptoft.

Charlton House (Greenwich), fireplace at Boston House, resembling, Brentford, New (2), p. 5b.

Chase, William, sergeant to Henry VIII, 1544, brass, Isleworth (1), p. 85a.

Chatham House, Brentford, New (4), p. 6a.

Chaumberlayn, Sir Richard, 1532, brass, Edgware (2), p. 16b.

Chedworth, (?) arms of, see Crosby under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Cheesman:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Edward and Robert his son, 1556, monument, Norwood (1), p. 99a.

Cheney Farm, Ruislip (36), p. 109b.

Cherry Cottage, Ruislip (53), p. 110a.

Chests, see under Furniture.

Chichele, Archbishop, church reconstructed by, Norwood (1), p. 98b.

Child or Childe:
-, Anthony, infant son of John Childe, 15991600, brass, Edgware (2), p. 16b.
-, Mary, see Fisher, John.
-, Samuel, church-plate given by, Heston (1), p. 74a.
-, Sir Thomas, Osterley Park bought by, Heston (3), p. 74b.

Chiswick, pp. 710.

" House, Chiswick (2), p. 8a.

" Mall, Chiswick (4)(11), pp. 8b9a.

" Square, Chiswick (12)(14), p. 9a, b.

Cholmeley's School, chapel of, Hornsey (2), p. 78b.

Christ: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications. Figures of: Bedfont, East (wall-painting) (1), p. 3b; Chiswick (1) (glass), p. 8a; Harefield (1), p. 54a, b; Heston (1) (brass), p. 73b. Emblems of the Passion: Hayes (1) (roof), p. 69b. Incidents in the Life of: Adoration of the Magi: Northolt (1) (picture), p. 97b; With St. Mary and St. Joseph: Ealing (1) (cup), p. 15b; And the Doctors: Twickenham (7) (glass), p. 126b; With the Woman of Samaria: Ealing (1) (cup), p. 15b; Marriage at Cana: Heston (1) (paten), p. 74a; The Last Supper: Hampton (2) (painting), p. 36a; In Gethsemane: Norwood (1) (glass), p. 99a; Scourging: Hampton (2) (painting), p. 36a; Bearing of the Cross: Hampton (2) (painting), p. 36a; Crucifixion: Bedfont, East (wall-painting), p. 3b; (wood-carving), p. 3b; Drayton, West (1) (font), p 14a; Resurrection: Hampton (2) (painting), p. 36a; see also St. Mary the Virgin and Child, and Pieta under Mary the Virgin, St.

Christ's Hospital, arms of, Bedfont, East (2), p. 4a.

Christian IV, of Denmark, portrait of, Hampton (2), p. 40b.

Christmas, John and Matthias, monument to Raphe Hawtrey by, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.

Christopher, St., and the Child Christ, wall-painting representing, Hayes (1), p. 70b.

Church End Farm, Hendon (14), p. 73a.

Churches and Chapels: See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, Possibly Dating from the 11th century: Kingsbury (1), p. 88b.
-, Dating from the 12th century: Bedfont, East (1), p. 2b; Cowley (1), p. 10b; Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b; Harefield (1), p. 52b; Harlington (1), p. 58a; Harmondsworth (1), p. 60a; Harrow (1), p. 64a; Laleham (1), p. 90a; Norwood (1), p. 98b.
-, Dating from c. 1200: Littleton (1), p. 91a.
-, Dating from the 13th century: Drayton, West (1), p. 13b; Enfield (1), p. 20a; Harefield (2), p. 55b; Hayes (1), p. 68a; Hendon (1), p. 71a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 75a; Mimms, South (1), p. 93a; Perivale (1), p. 100b; Ruislip (1), p. 104b; Stanwell (1), p. 116a; Willesden (1), p. 132a.
-, Dating from late 13th or early 14th century: Northolt (1), p. 96b.
-, Dating from the 14th century: Ickenham (1), p. 80b; Pinner (1), p. 101b; Tottenham (1), p. 119b; Uxbridge (1), p. 127b.
-, Dating from the 15th century: Brentford, New (1), (tower) p. 4a; Chiswick (1) (tower), p. 7b; Cranford (1), p. 11b; Edgware (2) (tower), p. 16b; Edmonton (1), p. 17a; Finchley (1), p. 26a; Heston (1), p. 73b; Isleworth (1) (tower), p. 84b; Twickenham (1) (tower), p. 123b.
-, Dating from late 15th century or early 16th century: Greenford (1), p. 28a; Hornsey (1) (tower), p. 78a.
-, Dating from the 16th century: Hampton (2), p. 41b; Stanmore, Little (1) (tower), p. 114b; Teddington (1), p. 119a.
-, Dating from the 17th century: Shepperton (1) (containing older material re-used), p. 110a; Staines (1) (tower), p. 112a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 113b.
-, Dating from the 18th century: Isleworth (1) (except tower), p. 84b; Stanmore, Little (1) (except tower), p. 114b; Twickenham (1) (except tower), p. 123b.
-, Rebuilt: Acton (1), p. 1a; Ashford (1), p. 2a; Ealing (1), p. 15b; Feltham (1), p. 25b; Hampton (1), p. 30a; Hanwell (1), p. 51b; Hanworth (1), p. 51b; Heston (2), p. 74a; Hornsey (2), p. 78b; Southgate (1), p. 111b; Sunbury (1), p. 118a; Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-, Rebuilt except Tower: Brentford, New (1), p. 4a; Chiswick (1), p. 7b; Edgware (2), p. 16b; Hornsey (1), p. 78a; Staines (1), p. 112a.

Church Farm, barn, Harlington (2), p. 59b; Laleham (2), p. 90b; Pinner (5), p. 104a.

" Hall, Chiswick (3), p. 8b.

" Road, tenements in, Stanmore, Great (2), p. 114b.

" Street: Chiswick (16), p. 9b; Staines (58), pp. 112b113a; Twickenham (913), p. 126b.

Cibber, Gabriel, sculptor employed at Hampton Court, pp. 37b, 38a.

Cisterns, see under Leadwork.

City Barge Inn, see under Inns.

Clarendon, Earl of, see Hyde.

Clarendon Cottage, Enfield (16), p. 25a.

Clarke:
-, Christian, 1696, headstone, Heston (1), p. 74a.
-, Pratty, name scratched on splay of window, Ickenham (1), p. 82a.

Clay Lane, cottage in, Wembley (5), p. 132a.

Clayton, Robert, infant son of Sir Robert Clayton, 1665, effigy of, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.

Clements, John, 1706, name scratched on brickwork, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.

Clerke:
-, Henry, 1609, brass, Hayes (1), p. 70a.
-, Katherine (Martin), wife of Henry Clerke, 1613, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a.

Clewin, Richard, 1680, headstone, Finchley (1), p. 27a.

Clitherow:
-, Boston House owned by family of, Brentford, New (2), p. 5a.
-, Christopher, 1685, monument and floor-slab, Pinner (1), p. 103a.
-, James, 1682, and Elizabeth (Barker) his wife, 1688, monument, Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.
-, Jane (Hawtrey), wife of James Clitherow, 1659, monument, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Rachel (Paule), 1714, wife of Christopher Clitherow, 1727, monument, Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.
-, Thomas, 1681, floor-slab, Pinner (1), p. 103a.

Clock House Farm, barns at, Sunbury (8), p. 118b.

Clockhouse Farm, Ashford (2), p. 2b.

Clocks:
-, 16th-century: Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Hampton (2), p. 33b.

Clytie, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Coach and Horses Inn, see under Inns.

Cob, William, 1700, headstone, Northolt (1), p. 97b.

Cobden House, Brentford, New (6), p. 6a.

Coffin-lids:
-, 13th-century: Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Feltham (1), p. 25b; Kingsbury (1) (fragment), p. 89a.

Coffin-plates:
-, 17th-century: Enfield (1), p. 21b; Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-, Early 18th-century: Enfield (1), p. 21b.

Cole:
-, Daniel, 1685, floor-slab, Heston (1), p. 74a.
-, Henry and Elizabeth his wife, 1708, and Edward their son, 1709, table-tomb, Heston (1), p. 74a.
-, James, 1643 and Thomas 1655, table-tomb, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Coleraine, see Hare.

Colins, see Collins.

College Farm, Harmondsworth (24), p. 63b.

Collins or Colins:
-, Daniel, Prebendary of Windsor and Vice-Provost of Eton, 1648, floor-slab, Cowley (1), p. 11a.
-, Elizabeth, wife of John Colins, Elizabeth, Margarett, and Dorothie, their daughters, monument erected by Susanna Colins, 1670, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.
-, Henry, 1705, monument, Heston (1), p. 74a.
-, Samuel, 1685, floor-slab, Cowley (1), p. 11a.

Combes, Richard, 1672, floor-slab, Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b.

Communion Rails:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), p. 42b; Harefield (1), p. 54a; Littleton (1), p. 92a.
-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (2), p. 42b; Pinner (1), p. 103a.

Communion Tables:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx; and Tables under Furniture.
-, 16th-century: Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, 17th-century: Harefield (1), p. 54a; Hayes (1), p. 70a; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Northolt (1), p. 97b; Tottenham (1), p. 121a.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Pinner (1), p. 103a.
-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (2), p. 42b; Isleworth (1), p. 85b.

Compton, Sir William, property in Tottenham acquired by, Tottenham (4), p. 121b.

Coney Green, earthwork at, Hillingdon, East (9), p. 77a.

Convent of the Sacred Heart, Ealing (2), p. 15b.

Conway, Katherine (Hueriblock), wife of Edward, 2nd Viscount Conway, 1639, monument, Acton (1), p. 1a.

Cooke, arms of, Harefield (6), p. 56b.

Coope, John, 1690, headstone, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

Cooper:
-, Henry, 1687, and Margarett his wife, 17001, monument, Hampton (1), p. 30a.
-, Jane, wife of John Cooper, 17023, and Elizabeth Cooper, 1702, monument, Hampton (1), p. 30a.
-, Robert, 1712, tablet commemorating benefactions, erected by, Harlington (1), p. 59b.

Copse, The, Drayton, West (8), p. 15a.

Copt Hall, Hendon (3), p. 72b.

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

Coryton, Anne, wife of Sir John Coryton, Bart., see Wait, Daniel.

Costa: Cromwell House owned by, Hornsey (3), p. 79a; monogram of, Hornsey (3), p. 80a.

Coston:
-, Arms of, on paten, Greenford (1), p. 29b.
-, Bridget (Carr), wife of Simon Coston, 1637, monument with effigy of, Greenford (1), p. 29b.
-, Lady Frances, font given to Greenford church by, p. 29a.
-, Simon, font-cover given by, Perivale (1), p. 101a.

Cotes, Elizabeth, see Long.

Cottage, The: Hillingdon, East (8), p. 77a; Willesden (4), p. 134b.

Cottington, Francis, Lord: Hanworth Park the property of, Hanworth (2), p. 52a; church plate given by, Hanworth (1), p. 52a.

Cotton, Nicholas, 1676, monument, Sunbury (1), p. 118a.

Court Cottage, Hampton (5), p. 49a.

" Farm, Northolt (7), p. 98a.

Cover-patens, see under Plate, Church.

Cowley, pp. 1011.

" Cottage, Cowley (9), p. 11b.

" Road: house in, Cowley (10), p. 11b; cottage in, Hillingdon, West (9), p. 78a.

Cox:
-, Katherine, wife of Richard Cox, 1598, brass, Isleworth (1), p. 85b.
-, Sarah, 1712, table-tomb, Hanwell (1), p. 51b.

Cranaway, Ann (Phillipes), wife of Larrance Cranaway, 1648, headstone, Southgate (1), p. 112a.

Crane, Barbara, see Pigot.

Cranfield, Elizabeth, see Bennett, Sir John.

Cranford, pp. 1113; brass to Rector of, Heston (1), p. 74a.

" Bridge, moated mound near, Cranford (6), p. 13a.

" House, Cranford (3), p. 12b.

Crewe, Nathaniel, 16889, monument, Feltham (1), p. 25b.

Cricketers Inn, see under Inns.

Cripps Farm Cottage, Harefield (21), p. 57b.

Croft, The, Stanwell (9), p. 117b.

Cromwell House, Hornsey (3), p. 79a.

Cropley, Mary, flagon given to Friern Barnet church by, p. 27b.

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

Crosier, Elizabeth, see Dobyns.

Crossdeep, Twickenham (6), p. 126a.

Crosses:
-, Consecration: Laleham (1) (altar), p. 90b.
-, High: c. 1600: Tottenham (3), p. 121b.
-, Represented in Walling: Enfield (1), p. 21a; Hampton (2), pp. 33b, 44b, 46b, 48a; (3), p. 48b; Ruislip (9), p. 108b; Stanwell (1), p. 116b.

Cross Street, Uxbridge (3839), p. 131b.

Crown Hotel, or Inn, see under Inns.

Crows Nest Farm. Harefield (27), p. 58a.

Cruchfeild, Jane (Banckys) widow of Mathew Cruchfeild, 16834, floor-slab, Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b.

Crucifixion, see under Christ.

Crugge, John, 1533, and Barbara his wife, brass, Harefield (1), p. 54a.

Cuckoohill Farm, Ruislip (33), p. 109b; Grim's dyke near, p. xxii.

Culliford, Margaret, see Scardevile.

Cullum, Curtis (Hawley), wife of Thomas Cullum, 17001, monument Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.

Culverden, William, see under Bellfounders.

Cumberland, Margaret, Countess of, see Candish.

Cupboards, see under Furniture.

Cupid: see also Venus; figures representing: Brentford, New (2) (ceiling), p. 5b; drawn by sea-horses, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 39b; and Psyche, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Cupolas, see under Leadwork.

Cups, see under Plate, Church.

Dacers, Mary, wife of George Rogers, see under Hawtrey, John.

Dacres, arms of, before 1550, see Cheesman under Heraldry; for Blazon see Armorial.

Danvers, Grace (Hewes) wife of Sir John Danvers, 1678, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.

Daphne, see Apollo.

Darcy, Katherine (Leigh), wife of Sir Francis Darcy, monument with effigies, Isleworth (1), p. 85b.

Darell, James, Clerk of the Spicery, 1638, brass, Hampton (1), p. 30a.

David, figures representing: Hampton (2) (fire-back), p. 40a; Tottenham (1) (glass), p. 121a.

Daw, William, see Baron, Edward.

Dawley Court, enclosure walls possibly formerly belonging to, Hillingdon, East (3), p. 77a.

" Manor Farm, Harlington (3), p. 59b.

Day, John, 1622, monument, Pinner (1), p. 103a.

Deane, John, name scratched on monument, Ealing (1), p. 15b.

De Burgh, Manor House formerly the property of family of, Drayton, West (2), p. 14b.

De Burgh Arms, see under Inns.

Dedications of Churches and Chapels:
-, All Hallows or All Saints: Edmonton (1), 17a; Isleworth (1), p. 84b; Laleham (1), p. 90a; Tottenham (1), p. 119b.
-, Christ Church: Southgate (1), p. 111b.
-, Holy Cross: Greenford (1), p. 28a.
-, Holy Trinity: Heston (2), p. 74a.
-, St. Andrew: Enfield (1), p. 20a; Kingsbury (1), p. 88b.
-, St. Dunstan: Cranford (1), p. 11b; Feltham (1), p. 25b.
-, St. George: Hanworth (1), p. 51b.
-, St. Giles: Ickenham (1), p. 80b; Mimms, South (1), p. 93a.
-, St. James: Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b.
-, St. John the Baptist: Hillingdon, East (1), p. 75a; Pinner (1), p. 101b.
-, St. John: Stanmore, Great (1), p. 113b.
-, St. Lawrence or St. Laurence: Brentford, New (1), p. 4a; Cowley (1), p. 10b; Stanmore, Little (1), p. 114b.
-, St. Leonard: Heston (1), p. 73b.
-, St. Margaret: Edgware (2), p. 16b; Uxbridge (1), p. 127b.
-, St. Martin: Drayton, West (1), p. 13b; Ruislip (1), p. 104b.
-, St. Mary: Acton (1), p. 1a; Bedfont, East (1), p. 2b; Ealing (1), p. 15b; Finchley (1), p. 26a; Hampton (1), p. 30a; Hanwell (1), p. 51b; Harefield (1), p. 52b; Harmondsworth (1), p. 60a; Harrow (1), p. 64a; Hayes (1), p. 68a; Hendon (1), p. 71a; Hornsey (1), p. 78a; Northolt (1), p. 96b; Norwood (1), p. 98b; Staines (1), p. 112a; Stanwell (1), p. 116a; Sunbury (1), p. 118a; Teddington (1), p. 119a; Twickenham (1), p. 123b; Twyford, West (1), p. 127b; Willesden (1), p. 132a.
-, St. Mary Magdalene: Littleton (1), p. 91a.
-, St. Matthew: Ashford (1), p. 2a.
-, St. Nicholas: Chiswick (1), p. 7b; Shepperton (1), p. 110a.
-, St. Paul: see also St. Peter below: Finchley (2) (modern church), p. 27a.
-, St. Peter and St. Paul: Harlington (1), p. 58a.
-, Unknown: Perivale (1), p. 100a.

Deene Park (Northants), panelling said to have come from, Hampton (13), p. 50a.

Deicrowe, Robert, 1586, Joane his mother and Robert Wheler his master, monument, Enfield (1), p. 22a.

Dely, Margaret, 1561, nun of Syon Abbey, brass, Isleworth (1), p. 85a.

Denington, William, 1686, monument, Heston (1), p. 74a.

Dent, John, 1659, monument, Edmonton (1), p. 18b.

Derby, Alice, Countess of, see Egerton.

Desmond, George, Earl of, see Feilding.

Devereux, Robert, 3rd Earl of Essex, bust of, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.

Dial House, Tottenham (8), p. 123a.

Diana: see also Apollo; and her nymphs, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a; fountain of, Hampton (2), p. 48a, figure on possibly intended for Arethusa, p. 48b.

Dido: death of, wall-painting representing, Ickenham (2), p. 83b; see also Aeneas.

Dixon, Henry, 1696, and Barbara his wife, monument, Enfield (1), p. 22b.

Dobyns:
-, Catherine (Brabbant), wife of Richard Dobyns, 1670, floor-slab, Uxbridge (1), p. 129b.
-, Elizabeth (Crosier) wife of Richard Dobyns, 1669, floor-slab, Ickenham (1), p. 82a.

Doom, destroyed painting of the, Enfield (1), p. 20b.

Doors:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, In Churches:
-, 14th-century: Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, 15th-century: Edmonton (1), p. 18b; Heston (1), p. 74a; Mimms, South (1), p. 94a; Perivale (1), p. 101a; Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Harrow (1), p. 66b.
-, 16th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70a; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Ruislip (1), p. 106a, b; Stanmore, Little (1), p. 115a.
-, 17th-century: Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Finchley (1), p. 26b; Isleworth (1), p. 85b.
-, Secular:
-, 16th-century: Drayton, West (2), p. 14b; Hampton (2), p. 32a.

Dovecotes, see Pigeon Houses.

Dower House: Enfield (9), p. 24b; Harlington (4), p. 60a.

Down Barns, Northolt (3), p. 98a.

Downer or Downner:
-, John, 151 .., Johane his wife and John their son, 1515, brass, Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, Thomas, 1502, and Annes and Aleis his wives, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a.

Downhall, Leonora (Vierendeeils), see Bennet.

Downton, Richard, 1672, and Sir Richard 1711, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 85b.

Draper:
-, Jasper, 1657, fragment possibly from monument to, Edmonton (1), p. 18b.
-, Roger, 1656, coffin-plate, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Drapers' Company, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; after 1550, Friern Barnet (2), p. 28a.

Drayton, West, pp. 1315.

Drayton Green, Drayton, West (7)(12), p. 15a.

Duckshill Farm, Ruislip (29), p. 109a.

Dudley:
-, John, Duke of Northumberland, Syon House granted to, Isleworth (5), p. 86b.
-, Robert, Earl of Leicester, arms of, Harefield (8), p. 57a.
-, Lady, church plate given to Acton by, p. 1b.

Duke of Devonshire's Almshouses, Chiswick (25), p. 10a.

Duncombe:
-, Jane, see Lane, Thomas.
-, Ursula, see Lane, Thomas.

Duncon, Edmund, 1673, headstone, Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b.

Duncroft, Staines (3), p. 112b.

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

Durants, homestead moat at, Enfield (4), p. 22b.

Dym, Prudence, see Keterich, Richard.

Eagle Cottage, Hornsey (8), p. 80b.

Ealing, pp. 1516.

Earthworks:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxiii.
-, Camps: Harmondsworth (29), p. 64a.
-, Enclosures: Ruislip (4), p. 108a.
-, Dykes: Grim's Dyke, pp. xxiixxiv.
-, Homestead Moats: Cranford (2), p. 12b; Enfield (2), (3), (4), (5), p. 22b; Finchley (3), (4), p. 27a; Hanworth (2), p. 52a; Harefield (3), (4), p. 56a; Harlington (3) (filled in), p. 59b; Harmondsworth (2), p. 62a; Harrow (2), p. 67a; Hayes (2), p. 70b; Ickenham (3), p. 84a; Isleworth (2), (3), (4), p. 86a; Mimms, South (3), (4), (5), p. 95b; Northolt (2), p. 97b; (3), p. 98a; Perivale (2), p. 101b; Pinner (2), p. 103b; Ruislip (2), (3), p. 107b; Southgate (2), p. 112a; Stanwell (3), p. 117a; Sunbury (2), p. 118b; Tottenham (2), p. 121a.
-, Moats: Hampton Court Palace, Hampton (2), pp. 31a, 44b.
-, Moated Enclosures: Stanwell (2), p. 117a; Twickenham (2), p. 125a.
-, Moot-site: Wembley (6), p. 132a.
-, Mounds: p. xxiii; Ruislip (4), p. 108a.
-, Mounds, Moated: Cranford (6), p. 13a.
-, Mount or Motte and Bailey: Mimms, South (2), p. 95a; Ruislip (4), p. 108a.
-, Park Enclosures: Pinner (19), p. 104b; Ruislip (4), p. 108a.
-, Unclassified: Brentford, New (19), p. 6b; Enfield (18), p. 25a; Hillingdon, East (9), p. 77a; Laleham (3), p. 90b.

East, John, 166., headstone, Harlington (1), p. 59b.

East Bedfont and Hatton, pp. 24.

Eastcote, homestead moat at, Ruislip (3), p. 107b.

" Cottage, Ruislip (41), p. 109b.

" Grange, Ruislip (39), p. 109b.

" House, Ruislip (40), p. 109b.

" Road, almshouses, Ruislip (6), p. 108b.

East End Farm, Pinner (3), p. 104a.

Easter Sepulchre, Harlington (1), p. 59ab.

East Hillingdon, pp. 757.

East Lands Company, shield-of-arms of, Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.

Eckersall, Catherine (Kinton), wife of James Eckersall, 1712, and James her only child, monument, Drayton, West (1), p. 14a.

Eden:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Ann, see Fish.
-, Rose, see Ashby, George.

Edgware, pp. 1617.

Edmonton, pp. 1720; Southgate church formerly a chapel of, Southgate (1), p. 111b.

Edmonton Green, Edmonton (6)(9), pp. 19b, 20a.

Edward VI, arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

" VII, initials of, on iron screen at Hampton Court, Hampton (2), p. 47a.

Edwards, Mary, wife of John Edwards, see Proger.

Effigies, Funeral:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, Civil:
-, Men:
-, 16th-century: Enfield (1), p. 22a.
-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Enfield (1), p. 22a; Finchley (1), p. 27a; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Harefield (1), p. 55a; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hornsey (1), p. 78b; Isleworth (1), p. 85b; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Stanwell (1), p. 117a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a; Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-, Women:
-, 16th-century: Hampton (1), p. 30b; Heston (2), p. 74a.
-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Enfield (1), p. 22a; Finchley (1), p. 27a; Greenford (1), p. 29a, b; Harefield (1), pp. 54b, 55a, b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Isleworth (1), p. 85b; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Stanwell (1), p. 117a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a; Twyford, West (1), p. 127b; Uxbridge (1), p. 129a; Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Early 18th-century: Harefield (1), p. 54b.
-, Children and Infants:
-, 17th-century: Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Isleworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Legal:
-, 17th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70a.
-, 18th-century: Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, Military:
-, 16th-century: Heston (2), p. 74a; Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.
-, 17th-century: Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Enfield (1), p. 22a; Harefield (1), p. 55a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Isleworth (1), p. 85b; Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Busts:
-, Civil:
-, Men:
-, 17th-century: Greenford (1), p. 29b; Harlington (1), p. 59b; Ruislip (1), p. 106b; Twickenham (1), p. 125a; Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-, Early 18th-century: Isleworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Women:
-, 17th-century: Harlington (1), p. 59b; Ruislip (1), p. 106b; Tottenham (1), 121a; Twickenham (1), p. 125a.
-, Military:
-, 17th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a.
-, Early 18th-century: Enfield (1), p. 22a.
-, Incised:
-, Civil:
-, Men:
-, 14th-century: Harrow (1) (part only), p. 66b.
-, 16th-century: Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-, Women:
-, 16th-century: Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-, 17th-century: Pinner (1), p. 103a.
-, Miscellaneous:
-, Women in Shrouds: Cranford (1), p. 12b; Perivale (1), p. 101b.

Egerton:
-, Alice (Spencer), wife first of Ferdenando Stanley, 5th Earl of Derby, and second of Thomas Egerton, Viscount Brackley, 1636, monument with effigy of, Harefield (1), p. 54b; almshouses built by, Harefield (5), p. 56a.
-, Frances, wife of John, Earl of Bridgwater, figure of, on tomb of her mother, Harefield (1), p. 54b.

Elborow, Thomas, 1675, floor-slab, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.

Eldridge:
-, Bryan, see under Bellfounders.
-, William, see under Bellfounders.

Elements, The Four, figures representing, Brentford, New (2), (ceiling), p. 5b.

Eliezer, represented in tapestry, Hampton (2), p. 35a.

Elizabeth, Queen: name inscribed on barn, Hampton (3), p. 49a.; Enfield Place granted to, when Princess, Enfield (6), p. 22b; addition of stair-turrets and wing at Hampton Court Palace by, pp. 31b, 32b; initials of, at Hampton Court Palace (2), 32b, 36b.

Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, portrait of, Hampton (2), p. 40b.

Embankment, The, Twickenham (1718), p. 127a.

Endymion, Morpheus and Selene, represented in painted ceiling, Hampton (2), p. 40b.

Enfield, pp. 2025.

" Golf Course, homestead moat on, Enfield (2), p. 22b.

" Palace, fittings from, Enfield (6), p. 22b.

Ephron, Buying of the Field of, represented in tapestry, Hampton (2), p. 35a.

Ernulf de Hesdin, castle at Ruislip, Ruislip (4), p. 108a.

Essex, Earl of, see Devereux.

Estwicke, Hannah, daughter of Stephen Estwicke, 17056, monument, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Etheredg, Robert, 1706, and Rose, 16778, and Catharine, 1690, his wives, floor-slab, Hendon (1), p. 72a.

Eton College, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry, for blazon see Armorial.

Europa, Rape of, represented on fire-back, Hampton (2), p. 39b.

Evangelists, symbols of, Enfield (1) (monument), p. 21b.

Evans, Robert, 16945, floor-slab, Ickenham (1), p. 82a.

Evington, Francis, 1614, monument with effigy of, Enfield (1), p. 22a.

Ewer:
-, Henry, 1641, brass, Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.
-, Joane, wife of Henry Ewer, floor-slab, Mimms, South (1), p. 95a.
-, John, 1685, and Sarah his wife, 1711, monument, Kingsbury (1), p. 89b.
-, Martha, daughter of Henry Ewer, 1628, brass, Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.
-, Mary, see Turner.

Eynham House, Chiswick (5), p. 8b.

Fabian, shield-of-arms of, Edmonton (3), p. 19b.

Fairfax, Thomas, 3rd Lord, bust of, Ickenham (2) (screen), p. 83a.

Faith: figures representing, Brentford, New (2) (ceiling), p. 5b; Enfield (1) (monument), p. 22a.

Fanelli, F., Diana Fountain said to have been the work of, Hampton (2), p. 48a.

Faraday House, Hampton (4), p. 49a.

Farm Cottage, Harrow Weald (4), p. 68a.

Fawns, Bedfont, East (5), p. 4a.

Feathers Cottage, Hampton (17), p. 50b.

Feilding, Ann and Susan, infant daughters of George, Earl of Desmond, 1647, brass, Heston (1), p. 74a.

Feltham, p. 25.

Fenner:
-, Sir Edward, 161112, monument with effigy of, Hayes (1), p. 70a.
-, Edward, 1615, monument with bust probably of, Hayes (1), p. 70a.

Fenton, Joseph: The Priory built by, Tottenham (5), p. 122a; name and rebus of, Tottenham (5), p. 122b.

Ferry House: Brentford, Old (1), p. 7a; Isleworth (6), p. 88a.

Fieldend Farm: Ruislip (18), p. 109a; (47), p. 110a.

" Lodge, Ruislip (46), p. 110a.

Finchley, pp. 267.

Firebacks, see under Ironwork.

Fireplaces and Overmantels:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, Central Hearth: Hampton (2), p. 35a.
-, c. 1500: Hornsey (1), p. 78a.
-, 16th-century: Enfield (6), pp. 22b, 23a; Hampton (2), pp. 34a, 35a, 36b, 37a, 43b, 44a, b; Hampton Wick (6), p. 51b; Hanworth (2), p. 52a; Hendon (4), p. 72b; Mimms, South (6), p. 96a; (10), p. 96b; Norwood (2), p. 100a; Ruislip (7), p. 108b; Stanmore, Little (6), p. 115b; Uxbridge (2), p. 129b.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Harefield (8), p. 56b.
-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (2), pp. 5b, 6a; Cranford (3), p. 13a; Edmonton (2), p. 19a; (3), p. 19b; Enfield (8), p. 24a; (14), p. 24b; Hampton (2), pp. 38b, 40a, b, 41a; (14), p. 50a; Harefield (8), p. 57a; Harmondsworth (3), p. 62b; (28), p. 63b; Harrow (3), p. 67b; Hornsey (3), p. 79b; Ickenham (2), p. 83b; Staines (3), p. 112b; Tottenham (5), p. 122b; (6), (8), p. 123a; Twickenham (3), p. 125b; (4), p. 126a.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 39a, b, 40a, b, 41a, 46a, b; Harrow (3), p. 67b.
-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 39a, b, 40a, 43a; Hampton Wick (1), p. 51a; Hornsey (3), p. 80a; (6), p. 80b; Ickenham (2), p. 83a, b; Mimms, South (4), p. 95b; (8), p. 96a; Staines (10), p. 113a; Willesden (2), p. 134b.
-, Made up of old material: Hillingdon, East (2), p. 76b.
-, Made up from reredos: Acton (1), p. 1b.

Fish, Ann (Eden), wife of James Fish, 1687, monument, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Fisher, John, 1679, and Mary (Child), his wife, 1698, monument, Hayes (1), p. 70a.

Fitch, Thomas, 1701, Martha his mother, 1691, Martha wife of Needler Webb, her granddaughter, 17034, and Judith Hawkes, 1707, monument, Teddington (1), p. 119a.

Fitton, Anne, see Newdigate, Sir John.

Five Bells Inn, see under Inns.

Flagons, see under Plate, Church.

Flambard:
-, Edmund, and Elizabeth his wife, c. 1370, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a.
-, John, c. 1390, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a.

Fletwood, Elizabeth, see Chaloner.

Fly, Henry, 17123, and Sarah (Slinger), his wife, floor-slab, Stanwell (1), p. 117a.

Fold Farm, Mimms, South (5), p. 95b.

Fonts:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, 12th-century: Harlington (1), p. 59a; Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hendon (1), p. 72a; Ruislip (1), p. 106b; Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Late 12th or early 13th-century: Cowley (1) (?), p. 11a; Hayes (1), p. 70a.
-, 13th-century: Finchley (1), p. 26b; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b; Littleton (1), p. 92a; Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.
-, 14th-century: Northolt (1), p. 97b.
-, 15th-century: Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Norwood (1), p. 99a; Perivale (1), p. 101a; Pinner (1), p. 103a; Uxbridge (1), p. 129a.
-, c. 1500: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.
-, 16th-century: Harefield (1), p. 54a; Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-, 17th-century: Greenford (1), p. 29a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.
-, Early 18th-century: Twickenham (1), p. 124b.

Font-covers:
-, 16th-century: Heston (1), p. 74a.
-, 17th-century: Greenford (1), p. 29a; Harefield (1), p. 54a; Northolt (1), p. 97b; Perivale (1), p. 101a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.

Ford Farm, Ashford (3), p. 2b.

Ford's Grove, homestead moat at, Southgate (2), p. 112a.

Fore Street, cottage in, Ruislip (49), p. 110a.

" Farm, Ruislip (50), p. 110a.

Fortescue House, Twickenham (5), p. 126a.

Forty Hall, Enfield (8), p. 23a.

Fowkes, Anne, wife of William Fowkes, see Harington, Bridget.

Fowler, Edward, Bishop of Gloucester, 1714, monument, Hendon (1), p. 72a.

Francis, Thomas, glass given to church by, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.

Francklin or Francklyn:
-, John, 15967, table-tomb, Stanmore, Little (1), p. 115a.
-, John, 1644, Elinor (Pumphiret) his wife, 1654, Anne his daughter, wife of William Smith, 166(8?), monument, Greenford (1), p. 29b.
-, Sir John, 16478, monument erected by Elizabeth (Purefoy) his wife, Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Richard, 1615, monument, Willesden (1), p. 134a.

Frankyshe, Dorothy (Bellamy), wife of Anthony Frankyshe, 1574, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a.

Frays, The, Drayton, West (14), p. 15a.

Frederick, afterwards Prince of Wales, son of George II, portrait of, Hampton (2), p. 39b.

Friends Meeting House, Rosebank formerly used as, Hendon (10), p. 73a.

Friern Barnet, pp. 278.

Frith Manor, Hendon (4), p. 72b.

Frowyk:
-, Altar-tomb and effigy of member of family of, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b; arms of, before 1550 see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Henry, 1386, brass, Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.
-, Henry, 1527, altar-tomb possibly of, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b; chapel built by, Mimms, South (1), p. 93a.
-, Thomas, 1448, and Elizabeth his wife, brass, Mimms, South (1), p. 94a; church tower built by, Mimms, South (1), p. 93a.

Fuller, Thomas, 1661, monument, Cranford (1), p. 12a, b.

Fulstone, Dorothy, see Middlemore.

Furniture:
-, Bread-cupboards or Shelves:
-,-, 17th-century: Enfield (1), p. 21b; Ruislip (1), p. 106a.
-, Chairs:
-,-, 17th-century: Harrow (3), p. 67b; Uxbridge (1), p. 129a.
-, Chests: See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvii.
-,-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.
-,-, 16th-century: Littleton (1), p. 92a; Norwood (1), p. 99a; Ruislip (1), p. 106a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-,-, 17th-century: Acton (1), p. 1a; Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b; Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b; Hanworth (1), p. 52a; Harefield (1), p. 54a; Harrow (1), p. 66ab; (3), p. 67b; Pinner (1), p. 103a; Twickenham (1), p. 124b; Uxbridge (1), p. 129a.
-, Cupboards:
-,-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (2), p. 5b; Ruislip (1), p. 106a.
-, Desks:
-,-, 17th-century: Harrow (3), p. 67b.
-, Dressers:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (4), p. 49a.
-, Tables: See also Communion Tables.
-,-, 17th-century: Twickenham (1), p. 125a; Willesden (1), p. 134b.
-,-, 18th-century: Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b.

Fyncham, Margaret, see Roberts.

Galba, Emperor, terra-cotta plaque representing, Hampton (2), p. 36a.

Galleries:
-, 17th-century: Greenford (1), p. 29a.
-, Early 18th-century: Isleworth (1), p. 85b; Northolt (1), p. 97b; Twickenham (1), p. 124b.

Gardiner:
-, John, 1703, headstone, Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, Michael, 1630, and Margaret (Browne) his wife, 16234, monument with effigies of, Greenford (1), p. 29a; church-plate given to Greenford church by, p. 29b.

Garrard, Martha, see Palmere.

Gatehouses and Gateways:
-, See also under Hampton Court Palace.
-, 16th-century: Drayton, West (2), p. 14b; Hillingdon, East (2), p. 76b.
-, 17th-century: Chiswick (2), p. 8b; Enfield (8), p. 24a; Harmondsworth (3), p. 62b.
-, c. 1700: Chiswick (2), p. 8b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Hampton (11), p. 50a; Tottenham (9), p. 123a.
-, Early 18th-century: Cranford (5), p. 13a; Hornsey (3), p. 80a; Sunbury (7), p. 118b.

Gates, Katherine, see under Lane, Thomas.

Gates, see under Ironwork.

Gateshill Farm, Ruislip (31), p. 109b.

Gauntlets, see under Arms and Armour.

Gawen, Susan (Scudamore), wife of Thomas Gawen, 1607, brass, Kingsbury (1), p. 89b.

Gee, Sir Orlando, 1705, monument with bust of, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.

Geere:
-, Sarah, wife of William Geere, 1650, floor-slab, Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, William, 16512, floor-slab, Hendon (1), p. 72a.

Gentleman's Row, house in, Enfield (6), p. 22b.

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

George I, King: portrait of, Hampton (2), p. 39b.

George II, King: additions or alterations to Hampton Court Palace by, pp. 37b, 39a, b; occupation of Hampton Court Palace by, p. 32a; arms of, pp. 39b, 48a; locks with monogram of, Hampton (2), p. 39a; initials of, at Hampton Court Palace, pp. 39a, 47b; portrait of, when Prince of Wales, Hampton (2), p. 39b.

George III, King: alterations to Hampton Court Palace by, p. 46a.

George of Denmark, Prince, wall-painting representing Hampton (2), p. 39b; see also under Anne, Queen.

George Hotel, see under Inns.

George and Dragon, see under Inns.

Gerard or Gerrard:
-, Cartouches of arms of, Harrow (1), p. 67a.
-, Gilbert, see William, 1609, below.
-, William, 1584, Dorothe his wife, 1583, and Mary, James and Anne their children, monument, Harrow (1), p. 66b.
-, William, 1609, monument, erected by his son Gilbert, Harrow (1), p. 66b.

Gernon, arms of, see Ashby.

Gibbons, Grinling, carver, employed at Hampton Court Palace, pp. 37b, 39b, 40a, b, 41a, 42a.

Gibbs, Elizabeth, wife of Edward Gibbs, 1711 (?), monument, Cranford (1), p. 12b.

Gifford, or Gyfforde:
-, Susan, wife of John Gyfforde, 1560, brass, Northolt (1), p. 97a.
-, William, and Adriana (Lyon) his wife, 1601, monument, Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.

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

Gill...., John, 1675, headstone, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Gilmore or Gilmoore:
-, ...., wife of ....., 16.., monument, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.
-, Thomas, 1691, and Elizabeth his wife, 1699, monument, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Glasgow Stud Farm, Enfield (14), p. 24b.

Glass:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, Figure-subjects:
-,-, 15th-century: Hanworth (1), p. 52a; Perivale (1), p. 101a.
-,-, 16th-century: Enfield (1) (remains of), p. 21b; Harefield (1), p. 54a, b; Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Norwood (1) (foreign), p. 99a; Tottenham (1) (foreign), p. 121a.
-,-, 17th-century: Norwood (1) (foreign), p. 99a; Twickenham (7) (foreign), p. 126b.
-,-, 18th-century: Chiswick (1) (foreign), p. 8a.
-, Heraldic:
-,-, 15th-century: Hanworth (1), p. 52a.
-,-, 16th-century: Enfield (1), p. 21b; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Harefield (1), p. 54a; (8), p. 57a; Twickenham (4) (foreign), p. 126a.
-,-, 17th-century: Edmonton (3), p. 19b; Hanworth (1), p. 52a; Twickenham (7), p. 126b.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, 15th-century: Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b; Hanworth (1), p. 52a.
-,-, 16th-century: Enfield (15), p. 25a; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-,-, 17th-century: Norwood (1) (foreign), p. 99a; Twickenham (8) (foreign), p. 126b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Twickenham (1), p. 124b.
-,-, Undated: Acton (2), p. 2a.
-, Fragments:
-,-, 14th-century: Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-,-, 15th-century: Perivale (1), p. 101a.

Glasswork:
-, Mirrors: Hampton (2), pp. 38b, 39b, 40a, b, 46a.

Glinton, see Good, James.

Glover, John, D.D., 1714 and Robert Evans, 16945, floor-slab, Ickenham (1), p. 82a.

Godolphin, William, 1575, brass, Finchley (1), p. 26b.

Gods, The Banquet of the, painted ceiling representing, Hampton (2), p. 39a.

Goldsmith, Mary, see Spenser, Sir Edward.

Gomersall, William, 1597, brass, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.

Good or Goode:
-, James, 1581, and Joan (Glinton) his wife, brass, Drayton, West (1), p. 14a.
-, William, 1522, and Agnes his wife, brass, Ashford (1), p. 2b.

Goodwin, John, initials of, cut on yew-tree, Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b.

Goodyere, John, 1506, and Thomasyn his wife, brass, Teddington (1), p. 119a.

Gore, Hundred of, Moot-site, Wembley (6), p. 132a.

Gould's Green, house at, Hillingdon, East (6), p. 77a.

Graces, The Three, figures representing, Hampton (2), p. 47a.

Grammar School, Enfield (7), p. 23a.

Grange, The: Acton (3), p. 2a; Greenford (3), p. 29b; Harmondsworth (3), p. 62a; Willesden (3), p. 134b; Yiewsley (1), p. 135b.

Great Stanmore, pp. 1134.

Great Western Inn, see under Inns.

Green, see Grene.

Green, The: range of tenements, Bedfont, East (3), p. 4a; Edmonton (69), pp. 19b, 20a; Hampton (7), p. 49b.

Greenford, pp. 2830.

" Green Farm, barn at, Greenford (4), p. 30a.

Greenhill or Grenhill:
-, John, 1706 (?), monument, Perivale (1), p. 101b.
-, Martha, wife of William Greenhill, 1657, and William Greenhill, 1667, monument, Harrow (1), p. 66b.
-, William, name inscribed on church tower, Harrow (1), p. 65b.

Green Man Inn, see under Inns.

Gregory, John, 1468, and Joan, his wife, 1487, palimpsest brass of, Harefield (1), p. 54a.

Grene:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Elizabeth (Myddleton), wife of John Grene, 1673, monument, Enfield (1), p. 22b.
-, Walter, 1456, monument with brass, Hayes (1), p. 70a.

Gresham:
-, Richard, tapestries bought by Cardinal Wolsey from, Hampton (2), p. 35b.
-, Sir Thomas, Osterley Park built by, Heston (3), p. 74b.

Grim's Dyke, pp. xxiiixxvii.

Grocers' Company, arms of, Greenford (1) (glass), p. 29a.

Grove, The: Hampton (16), p. 50b; Hendon (11), p. 73a; well in, Hendon (2), p. 72b; Willesden (2), p. 134b.

" House, Brentford, Old (11), p. 7b.

" Row, houses in, Chiswick (29), p. 10a.

Grue, Mary, see Caddey, John.

Gwyn, Nell, house said to have been built for, Hampton (13), p. 50a.

Gyfforde, see Gifford.

Haberdashers' Company, shield-of-arms of, Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.

Hadley, George, 1654, and Ann (Harrison) his second wife, monument, Southgate (1), p. 112a.

Hadrian, Emperor, terra-cotta plaque bust of, Hampton (2), p. 33b.

Hale Street, house in, Staines (16), p. 113a.

Halifax, Earl of, see Montagu.

Hammond's Farm, Stanwell (10), p. 117b.

Hampden, Sybil, see Penn.

Hampton, pp. 3050.

Hampton Court Palace: Hampton (2), pp. 3048; craftsmen employed at, p. 37ab; separate suites of residences formed in, p. 32a.
-, Banqueting House: p. 46a.
-, Barracks: p. 46b.
-, Base Court: pp. 30b, 32a33b.
-, Bowling-alley: p. 47b.
-, Bowling Green: 48a.
-, Bridge: p. 31b, 32a, 44b.
-, Chapel: pp. 30b, 31a, 41b42b.
-, Chapel Court: p. 31a, 43a; fire in, p. 32a.
-, Chocolate Court: Hampton (2), p. 38b.
-, Clock Court: pp. 30b, 31a, 33b37a.
-, Colonnade: pp. 31b, 37a.
-, Fountain Court: pp. 31a, b, 37a41b; fire in, p. 32a.
-, Gardens: Hampton (2), p. 46b48b.
-, Gatehouses: Anne Boleyn's, p. 32a, 33b; of George II, p. 36a; Great W. Gatehouse, pp. 30b31a, 32ab.
-, Gateways: p. 47a, b, 48a.
-, Great Hall: pp. 30b, 31a, 32a, 34a35a.
-, Kitchens: pp. 30b, 31b, 43b44b.
-, Lord Chamberlain's Court: p. 33a.
-, Master Carpenter's Court: pp. 31a.
-, Maze: p. 47b.
-, Melon Ground: p. 47b.
-, Mews, The Royal: Hampton (3), p. 48b.
-, Moats: pp. 31a, 32a.
-, Orangeries: (Lower Orangery), p. 46a; (William III's), p. 38b.
-, Queen's Long Gallery: p. 31b.
-, Round Kitchen Court: 35b, 41b.
-, State Apartments: pp. 32a, 39a41b.
-, Tennis Court: p. 44b.
-, Tennis Court Lane: pp. 32a, 43ab.
-, Tilt Yard: p. 46b.
-, Vine House: p. 33a.
-, Watching Chamber: pp. 30b, 31a, 35a, b, 41b, 44a.
-, West Court: See Base Court.
-, Wilderness, The: p. 47b.
-, Wilderness House: p. 46b.
-, Wine Cellar: p. 35a, b.
-, Wolsey's Rooms: p. 36a, b.

Hampton Wick, pp. 501.

Handel, George Frederick, organ of, Stanmore, Little (1), 114b.

Hannington, Bernard, 1724, Anne his first wife, 1705, and Elizabeth his second wife, 1727, headstone, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b.

Hanwell, p. 51b; New Brentford church formerly a chapel of, p. 4a.

Hanworth, pp. 512.

" House, Hanworth (3), p. 52a.

" Park, Hanworth (2), p. 52a.

Harbie:
-, Arms of, on tower, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.
-, Sarah (Pointze), wife of Clement Harbie, 1606, monument, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.
-, Thomas, 1592, monument, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b.

Hare, Henry, 2nd Lord Coleraine: achievement-of-arms of family of, p. 121b; alterations to Bruce Castle by, Tottenham (4), p. 121b.

Harefield, pp. 528.

" Park, Harefield (6), p. 56b.

" Place, Harefield (7), p. 56b.

Harington or Harrington:
-, Mortuary chapel added to Ickenham church probably by family of, Ickenham (1), p. 80b.
-, Bridget, wife of John Harrington, 1601, and Anne, wife of William Fowkes, their daughter, 1608, Enfield (1), p. 22a.
-, Brigit, see Markham.
-, Sir Edward, Bart., 1652, monument, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir James Harington, Bart., 1647, monument, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir James Harington, Bart., 1654, floor-slab, Ickenham (1), p. 82a.
-, Sir James, Bart., Swakeleys owned by, Ickenham (2), p. 82b.
-, Katherine, daughter of Sir James Harington, Bart., 16534, monument, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-, Robert, 1610, monument, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Harlington, pp. 5860.

Harmond, John, 1695, name inscribed on candelabrum, Uxbridge (1), p. 129a.

Harmondsworth, pp. 6064.

" Hall, Harmondsworth (4), p. 62b.

Harrington, see Harington.

Harris or Harrys:
-, Anne, see Southwell, Lady Anne.
-, George, 1706, floor-slab, Cowley (1), p. 11a.
-, Thomas, see under Bellfounders.

Harrison:
-, Ann, see Hadley, George.
-, Frances, see Newdigate.
-, Sophia, 1661, daughter of Thomas Harrison, brass, Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.

Harrow Inn, see under Inns.

Harrow on the Hill, pp. 6468; Headstone Manor part of property of Archbishops' manor of, Pinner (2), p. 103a.

Harrow School: Harrow (3), p. 67a; brass of John Lyon, founder, Harrow (1), p. 66a; birthplace of John Lyon, founder, Wembley (4), p. 132a; floor-slab of William Horne, a master at, Harrow (1), p. 66b.

" Weald, p. 68; Grim's Dyke in, p. xxii.

Hart, Mathew, 1629, name and date on panelling, Northolt (1), p. 97b.

Harvie, Mathew, 16934, monument, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Hassell, Susana, wife of James Hassell, 1705, floor-slab. Uxbridge (1), p. 129b.

Hastings:
-, Arms of, after 1550, impaling Russell, Harefield (1), p. 57a.
-, Elizabeth, wife of Henry Hastings, Earl of Huntingdon, figure of, on tomb of her mother, Harefield (1), p. 54b.

Hatch End, cottage at, Pinner (18), p. 104b.

Hatford, (Berks), bell from, now at St. Paul's church, Finchley (2), p. 27a.

Hatton, see Bedfont, East, pp. 24.

Haughton, Ann, see Marriott, James.

Haw. . . ., see Wyatt, Henry.

Hawes, John, part of 17th-century monument to, Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b.

Hawke House, Sunbury (7), p. 118b.

Hawkes, Judith, see under Fitch, Thomas.

Hawkesmoor, Nicholas, employed at Hampton Court, p. 37b.

Hawley:
-, Alice, wife of James Hawley, 1678, monument, Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.
-, Curtis, see Cullum, Thomas.
-, Henry, 1695, and two Annes, children of Henry Hawley, monument, Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.
-, Henry, 1706, and Alice his widow, 17145, monument, Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.
-, James, 16678, monument, Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.

Hawthorn Lodge, Hampton Wick (7), p. 51b.

Hawtrey or Hawtry:
-, Barbara, 1680, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Charles, 1698, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Edward, 1683, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Elizabeth, daughter of Charles Hawtrey, 170910, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Elizabeth, see Sitwell, George.
-, Jane, see Clitherow.
-, John, 1593, and Bregget his wife, brass, Ruislip (1), p. 106a.
-, John, 1658, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, John, 1682, and Jane his wife, 1682, floor-slab, Pinner (1), p. 103a.
-, John, Ann and Sarah, children of John Hawtrey, also to Mary (Dacers), wife of George Rogers, 17056, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Mary (Altham), wife of Raphe Hawtrey, 1647, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b; see also Raphe below.
-, Mary, see Bankes.
-, Ralph, 1574, brass, Ruislip (1), p. 106a.
-, Raphe, 1638, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b; and Mary (Altham) his wife, 1647, monument with busts of, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Ralph, 1703, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Ralph, 17134, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Richard, 1691, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Robert, 1681, and John his brother, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Susanna, widow of John Hawtrey, 16901, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.

Hayden Hall Farm, Ruislip (55), p. 110a.

Hayes, pp. 6870.

Hayton, Roger, 1663, brass, Finchley (1), p. 26b.

Haywood, Elizabeth, see Thomas, Lord Knyvett.

Headstone Manor, Pinner (2), p. 103a.

Heames, Thomas, 17056, headstone, Staines (1), p. 112b.

Heath Road, Twickenham (2627), p. 127a.

Heathrow Farm, Harmondsworth (16), p. 63a.

Hebe, painting perhaps representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Helms, see under Arms and Armour.

Hendon, pp. 713.

Hendre, Anne, daughter of Alan Hendre, 1605, Hayes (1), p. 70a.

Henry V, Abbey of Bridgettine nuns founded by, Isleworth (5), p. 86a.

Henry VIII: arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; additions and alterations to Hampton Court Palace by, Hampton (2), pp. 31a, 34a, 35ab, 36a, 43b, 44b, 46b; Hanworth Park the property of, Hanworth (2), p. 52a; initials of, at Hampton Court Palace, p. 34a, b, 35a; alterations to panels with arms, etc., of Cardinal Wolsey, probably made by, Hampton (2), p. 33b, 42b.

Henry II of France, bronze casting of heart-memorial of, Hampton (2), p. 47a.

Henslow, Catherine, daughter of Thomas Henslow, monument, Acton (1), p. 1b.

Henson, arms of, see Ashby.

Heraldry:
-, Arms, Shields-of- (before 1550; for blazons, see Armorial, p. 136).
-,-, Arundel: see Berkeley below.
-,-, Arundel, Archbishop: Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a.
-,-, Ashby: Harefield (1) (brass), p. 54a; impaling Peyton quartering Bernard, Harefield (1) (brass), p. 54a; (glass), p. 54a.
-,-, Aske: see Frowyk below.
-,-, Badlesmere: see Lovell and Roos below.
-,-, Bellers quartering Houby and Rusken: Edmonton (1) (monument), p. 18b.
-,-, Bellingham quartering Burneshead: Harlington (1) (brass), p. 59a; see also Lovell below.
-,-, Berkeley quartering Thomas of Brotherton, Arundel and Warenne: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.
-,-, Bernard: see Ashby above.
-,-, Birkhead or Birket: Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a.
-,-, Boleyn: Hampton (2) (Great Hall), p. 34b.
-,-, Brember: Northolt (1) (font), p. 97b.
-,-, Burnell impaling North: Drayton, West (1), p. 14a.
-,-, Burneshead: see Bellingham above and also Lovell below.
-,-, Charlton: Enfield (1) (monument), p. 21b; quartering Holland, Enfield (1) (monument), p. 21b.
-,-, Chedworth: see Crosby below.
-,-, Cheesman: Norwood (1) (monument), p. 99b; impaling Dacres, Norwood (1) (monument), p. 99b.
-,-, Cornwall: see Lovell below.
-,-, Crosby: Hanworth (1) (glass), p. 52a; quartering Chedworth (?), Hanworth (1) (glass), p. 52a.
-,-, Dacres: see Cheesman above.
-,-, Drapers' Company: Heston (1), p. 74a.
-,-, Eden: Harefield (1) (brass), p. 54a.
-,-, Eton College: Greenford (1) (glass), p. 29a.
-,-, Frowyk: Mimms, South (1) (brass), p. 94a; impaling Aske, Mimms, South (1) (monument), p. 94b; quartering Knolles, Mimms, South (1) (monument), p. 94b; impaling Lewkenor, Mimms, South (1) (monument), p. 94b.
-,-, Grene: Hayes (1) (monument), p. 70a; impaling Warner, Hayes (1) (monument), p. 70a.
-,-, Holland, Earl of Kent: Enfield (1) (monument), p. 21b; see also Charlton above and Lovell, Manners and Roos below.
-,-, Houby see Bellers above.
-,-, King's College, Cambridge: Greenford (1) (glass), p. 29a.
-,-, Kirton: Edmonton (1) (monument), p. 18b.
-,-, Knolles: see Frowyk above.
-,-, Lathom: see Stanley below.
-,-, Lewkenor: see Frowyk above.
-,-, Lovell of Barton: impaling and quartering unidentified coats, Enfield (1) (brass), p. 21b; quartering Muswell and impaling Roos of Hamlake quartering Holland, Tiptoft and Badlesmere, Enfield (1) (monument), p. 22a; quartering and impaling unidentified coats and Pert of Essex, Enfield (1) (brass), p. 21b.
-,-, Lovell of Harlington: quartering Cornwall (?), impaling Bellingham quartering Burneshead, Harlington (1) (brass), p. 59a.
-,-, Man: see Stanley below.
-,-, Manners, quartered coat of, impaling Paston: Enfield (1) (glass), p. 21b; quartering Roos and Holland, Enfield (1) (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Mercers Company: Drayton, West (1), p. 14a.
-,-, Mohun: see Stanley below.
-,-, Montalt: see Stanley below.
-,-, Muswell: see Lovell above.
-,-, Neville of Holt: Harefield (1), p. 55a.
-,-, North: Drayton, West (1) (brass), p. 14a.
-,-, Paston: see Manners above.
-,-, Pert of Essex: see Lovell above.
-,-, Peyton: see Ashby above.
-,-, Roos: Drayton, West (1) (brass), p. 14a; quartering Badlesmere, Enfield (1) (monument), p. 22a; quartering Holland, Tiptoft and Badlesmere, Enfield (1) (monument), p. 22a; see also Lovell and Manners above.
-,-, Rusken: see Bellers above.
-,-, Savage: Hornsey (1) (formerly on tower), p. 78b.
-,-, Seymour: Hampton (2), pp. 35b, 42b.
-,-, Stanley, quartering Lathom and Warenne, the whole quartering Man and a quarterly coat of Strange, Widville and Mohun with a scutcheon of Montalt over all: Hillingdon, East (1) (brass), p. 76a.
-,-, Staple of Calais: Drayton, West (1) (brass), p. 14a.
-,-, Strange: see Stanley above.
-,-, Thomas of Brotherton: see Berkeley.
-,-, Tiptoft: Enfield (1) (monument), p. 21b; impaling Charlton, Enfield (1) (monument), p. 21b; see also Lovell and Roos above.
-,-, Warenne: see Berkeley and Stanley above.
-,-, Warham: Hornsey (1) (tower), p. 78b.
-,-, Warner: see Grene above.
-,-, Widville: see Stanley above.
-,-, Windsor quartering Andrews: Heston (2), p. 74b.
-,-, Wolsey, Cardinal: Hampton (2) (tapestry), p. 35a; (doorway), p. 35a; panels possibly formerly bearing arms of, Hampton (2), p. 42b; Hampton (2) (terra-cotta), p. 33b.
-,-, York, See of: Hampton (2) (tapestry), p. 35a.
-,-, York, Old See of: Hampton (2) (tapestry), p. 35a.
-,-, Unidentified: Ealing (1) (brass), p. 15a; Enfield (1) (brass), p. 21b; Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a; Heston (2), p. 74b; Mimms, South (1) (monument), p. 94b.
-, Royal Arms:
-,-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-,-, England (gules three leopards or):
-,-, 14th-century: Ruislip (1) (slip-tile), p. 107b.
-,-, England and France, c. 14051603 (azure three fleurs-de-lis or for France Modern quartering gules three leopards or for England): Henry VIII: Hampton Court Palace, Hampton (2) (panels), pp. 32a, b, 33b, 42b; (Chapel Roof), p. 42a; (Great Hall, doorway, roof, etc.), p. 34b, 35a; (fire-back), p. 36b; (disks), p. 36b; (tapestry), p. 35a, b; impaling Catherine of Aragon, Greenford (1) (glass), p. 29a; impaling Anne Boleyn, Hampton (2), p. 34b; impaling Jane Seymour, Hampton (2), p. 35b, 42b. Edward VI: Enfield (6) (?), p. 22b. Queen Elizabeth: Enfield (6) (?), p. 22b; Harefield (8) (glass), p. 57a. Sovereign not identified: Greenford (1) (glass), p. 29a; Harefield (8) (glass), p. 57a; Stanmore, Little (6) (wall-painting), p. 115b; Twickenham (1) (brass), p. 124b.
-,-, Stuart, 16031707 (quarterly): 1 and 4 France Modern quartering England; 2, or a lion within a double tressure flowered and countered-flowered gules for Scotland; 3, azure a harp or stringed argent for Ireland): James I: Hanworth (1) (glass), p. 52a; Hendon (5), p. 72b. James II: Hampton (2) (fire-backs), pp. 39b, 40a, b, 41a. William III and Mary II: (Stuart Royal Arms with a scutcheon of Nassau). Hampton (2), pp. 38a, 41a, 47a; (church plate), p. 42b. Anne, after the Union with Scotland, 17071714: (quarterly: 1 and 4, England impaling Scotland: 2, France Modern; 3, Ireland). Hampton (2), p. 42a. Sovereign not identified: Hendon (1), p. 72b; Northolt (1), p. 97b.
-,-, France (azure three fleurs de lis or): quartering England, Greenford (1) (glass), p. 29a.
-, Badges:
-,-, Anne, Queen: Hampton (2), p. 42a.
-,-, Boleyn: Hampton (2), p. 34a, b.
-,-, Lovell: Enfield (1), p. 21a.
-,-, Percy: Isleworth (5), p. 86b.
-,-, Seymour: Hampton (2), p. 35b.
-,-, Tudor: Enfield (6), p. 22b; Greenford (1) (glass), p. 29a; Hampton (2), pp. 33b, 34b, 35a, b, 36b, 42a, 44a; Hayes (1) (roof), p. 69b.

Herbert:
-, Katharine, see Palmer.
-, William, 1st Earl of Pembroke, Hanworth Park, the property of, Hanworth (2), p. 52a.
-, Sir William, Lord Powis, 16556, monument, Hendon (1), p. 72a.

Hercules: figure of, on fire-back, Hampton Wick (1), p. 51a; lead figure of, Hampton (2), p. 38a; labours of, carvings representing, Twickenham (3) (fireplace), p. 126a, paintings representing, Hampton (2), p. 38a; and the Nemean lion, carving representing, Hampton (2), p. 47a; triumphing over Envy, carving representing, Hampton (2), p. 37b; death of, represented in tapestry, Hampton (2), p. 43a.

Hermitage, The, Enfield (11), p. 24b.

Herne, Nicholas, 16423, and Sarah his second wife, 1672, floor-slab, Hendon (1), p. 72a.

Hertford Road, Nos. 33 and 35, Edmonton (10), p. 20a.

Hesdin, see Ernulf de.

Heston, pp. 735.

Hewes, Grace, see Danvers.

Heyborne, Sir Ferdinando, and Anne (Candelcr) his wife, see under Kandeler.

Hicks, Rev. W. H., paten given to Cranford Church by, Cranford (1), p. 12b.

Higate, Thomas, 1576, and Elizabeth his wife, monument with brass, Hayes (1), p. 70b.

Highgate Golf Course, homestead moat on, Finchley (3), p. 27a.

" Hill, Nos. 128 and 130, Hornsey (5), p. 80a.

High Road, Tottenham (715), p. 123a, b.

" Street: Acton, No. 230, monument in yard of, Acton (1), p. 1b; Brentford, Brentford, New (1018), p. 6b; Brentford, Old (28), p. 7a; Edgware, Stanmore, Little (312), p. 115a, b; Hampton Wick (35), p. 51a; Highgate, Hornsey (67), p. 80a, b; Hounslow, Isleworth (2526), p. 88b; Pinner (610), p. 104a; Ruislip (5), (711), p. 108b; Staines (915), p. 113a; Teddington (25), p. 119a, b; Uxbridge, Hillingdon, West (17), p. 78a; Uxbridge (325), pp. 129b131a.

Highway Farm, Harefield (24), p. 57b.

Highwood Ash, Hendon (12), p. 73a.

Hill, T., monument signed by, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

Hillend, cottage at, Harefield (19), p. 57b.

Hill Farm, Ruislip (15), p. 109a.

Hillingdon, East, pp. 757: Uxbridge Church formerly a chapel of, Uxbridge (1), p. 127b.

" West, pp. 778.

Hillside Farm, Wembley (3), p. 132a.

Hinges, see under Ironwork.

Hobart:
-, . . . ., daughter of Sir Henry Hobart, Bart., 1632, floor-slab, Hornsey (2), p. 79a.
-, Elizabeth, see Lisle.

Hobby, Mary, daughter of Stephen Beale, 17078, monument, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Hodsden, Roger, 1606, and Jone his wife, brass, Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.

Hogarth House, Chiswick (21), p. 10a.

" Lane, house in, Chiswick (20), p. 10a.

Holland:
-, Arms of, see Lovell, Manners and Roos under Heraldry.
-, Earl of Kent, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Frances, daughter of Edwarde Holland, 1575, brass, Isleworth (1), p. 85b.

Hollies, The, Stanwell (13), p. 118a.

Holly House, Chiswick (15), p. 9b.

" Road, building in, Twickenham (25), p. 127a.

Holme Court, Isleworth (20), p. 88b.

Holofernes, see under Judith.

Holy Cross, buildings dedicated to, see Dedications.

" Trinity, buildings dedicated to, see Dedications.

Homestead Moats, see under Earthworks.

Honthorst, Gerard van, painter, portrait at Hampton Court by, Hampton (2), p. 40b.

Hope: figures representing, Brentford, New (2) (ceilings), pp. 5b, 6a; Enfield (1) (monument), p. 22a; Hampton (2) (on fire-back), p. 48a.

Horne, William, master of Harrow School, 1685, floor-slab, Harrow (1), p. 66b.

Hornend, Ruislip (35), p. 109b.

Hornsey, pp. 7880.

Houblon, William, 1705 (?), and William his son, 1707, floor-slab, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

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

Hounslow: Parish Church of Holy Trinity, Heston (2), p. 74a; earthwork formerly in cemetery, p. xxii; chapel of Trinitarian Priory, pp. 74a, xxvi.

" High Street, Isleworth (2526), p. 88b.

Houses, Noteworthy or of Medival Date:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-, Dating from late 14th or early 15th century: Pinner (2), p. 103a.
-, Dating from the 15th century: Drayton, West (14), p. 15a; Harefield (14), p. 57b; Syon House, Isleworth (5), p. 86a; Perivale (3), p. 101b; Ruislip (30), p. 109b; Uxbridge (3), p. 129b; (11), 130b; (24), p. 131a.
-, Dating from late in the 15th or early in the 16th century: Ickenham (4), p. 84a; Littleton (2), p. 92b; Mimms, South (10), p. 96b; Ruislip (7), (9), (10), p. 108b; Shepperton (2), p. 111a; Sunbury (9), p. 118b; Uxbridge (10), (18), p. 130b; (28), p. 131a.
-, Dating from early in the 16th century: Chiswick (16), p. 9b; Cowley (4), p. 11b; Hampton (2), p. 30b; Harlington (3), p. 59b; Harmondsworth (6), p. 63a; Hayes (3), p. 70b; Heston (4), p. 75a; (7), p. 75a; Hillingdon, East (5), (7), p. 77a; Ickenham (3), p. 84a; Kingsbury (3), p. 89b; Mimms, South (3), p. 95b; (6), p. 95b; Pinner (8), p. 104a; Ruislip (4), p. 107b; Uxbridge (2), p. 129b; (7), (13), (14), p. 130b; (22), p. 131a.
-, Of Medival Origin: Harefield (8), p. 56b; Ruislip (21), p. 109a; (23), p. 109a; (42), p. 109b; (48), p. 110a; (52), p. 110a.
-, Dating from late in the 16th century: Osterley Park, Heston (3), p. 74b; Cedar House, Hillingdon, East (2), p. 76b; Southall Manor House, Norwood (2), 99b; Bruce Castle, Tottenham (4), p. 121b; Willesden (6), p. 135a.
-, Dating from the 17th century: Boston House, Brentford, New (2), p. 5a; Forty Hall, Enfield (8), p. 23a; Cromwell House, Hornsey (3), p. 79a; Swakeleys, Ickenham (2), p. 82b; York House, Twickenham (3), p. 125a.

Howard, James, nephew of James Howard, 3rd Earl of Suffolk, 1669, monument, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.

Howe, Bridget, see Bennett, Sir John.

Howkins:
-, John and Elizabeth, children of John Howkins, 1689, floor-slab, Mimms, South (1), p. 95b.
-, Mary, wife of John Howkins, 1698, floor-slab, Mimms, South (1), 94b95a.

Howlet, George, 1681, headstone, Ickenham (1), p. 82a.

Hubbard's Farm, garden wall at, Hillingdon, East (4), p. 77a.

Hueriblock, Katherine, see Conway.

Hull, Thomas, 1697, floor-slab, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.

Humble, Sir William, Bart., 1686, also his son Sir William Humble, Bart., 1705, monument, Twickenham (1), p. 124b.

Hundred Elms Farm, outbuilding at, Wembley (1), p. 131b.

Hundred of Gore, moot-site, Wembley (6), p. 132a.

Hunsley, Matthew, 1618, brass, Norwood (1), p. 99a.

Hunt, Richard, glass given to church by, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.

Hunter:
-, John, see Becher.
-, Mathias, see Becher.

Huntingdon, Elizabeth, wife of Henry, Earl of, see Hastings.

Hutchinson, Thomas, 1656, and Margaret (Allanson) his wife, 1656, monument, Pinner (1), p. 103a.

Huxley:
-, Anne, daughter of George Huxley, 16534, monument, Edmonton (1), p. 18b.
-, George, 1627, and Catharine (Nedham) his wife, monument, Edmonton (1), p. 18b.
-, John, 1661, monument, Edmonton (1), p. 19a.
-, Marye, daughter of George Huxley, 1613, brass, Edmonton (1), p. 18a.

Hyde:
-, Anne (Duchess of York) wife of James II, portrait of, Hampton (2), p. 40b.
-, Edward, Earl of Clarendon, York House probably re-built by, Twickenham (3), p. 125a.

Ice-pit, Ickenham (2), p. 84a.

Ickenham, pp. 8084.

Iliots Green, Northolt (5), p. 98a.

Impey, Thomas, 16845, monument, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b.

Ingleby, Christopher, infant son of Sir John Ingleby, 17123, monument, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.

Ingram, Sir Thomas, almshouses founded by, Isleworth (7), p. 88a.

Ingram Almshouses, Isleworth (7), p. 88a.

Inns:
-, No. 32, King Street, Twickenham (22), p. 127a.
-, Black Horse: Mimms, South (9), p. 96b.
-, Blue Anchor: Staines (10), p. 113a.
-, Bull's Head: Chiswick (30), p. 10a.
-, Chandos Arms: Stanmore, Little (6), p. 115b.
-, City Barge: Chiswick (33), p. 10a.
-, Coach and Horses: Ickenham (5), p. 84b.
-, Cricketers: Harefield (13), p. 57b.
-, Crown: Cowley (7), p. 11b; Uxbridge (2) (formerly Old Treaty House), p. 129b.
-, De Burgh Arms: Yiewsley (4), p. 135b.
-, Five Bells: Harmondsworth (5), p. 63a.
-, George: Ruislip (12), p. 108b; Uxbridge (17), p. 130b.
-, George and Dragon: Acton (4), p. 2a.
-, Great Western: Uxbridge (14), p. 130b.
-, Green Man: Bedfont, East (6), p. 4a; Mimms, South (15), p. 96b.
-, Harrow: Sunbury (9), p. 118b.
-, King James and the Tinker: Enfield (13), p. 24b.
-, King's Arms: Harefield (14), p. 57b; Uxbridge (11), p. 130b.
-, King William: Harmondsworth (12), p. 63a.
-, Old Magpie: Harmondsworth (13), p. 63a.
-, Old Swan: Ruislip (10), p. 108b.
-, Plough: Ruislip (23), p. 109a.
-, Queen's Head: now The Old House, Harrow (4), p. 67b; Pinner (7), p. 104a; Uxbridge (28), p. 131a.
-, Red Cow: Yiewsley (3), p. 135b.
-, Rising Sun: Hendon (13), p. 73a.
-, Rose and Crown: Enfield (12), p. 24b.
-, Seven Bells: Harrow Weald (2), p. 68a.
-, Six Bells: Drayton, West (4), p. 15a.
-, Spaniards: Finchley (6), p. 27a.
-, Star and Garter: Stanwell (16), p. 118a.
-, Three Fishes: Sunbury (5), p. 118b.
-, Three Tuns: Uxbridge (10), p. 130b.
-, White Hart: Mimms, South (8), p. 96a; Stanmore, Little (3), p. 115a; Stanwell (19), p. 118a.
-, White Horse: Harefield (9), p. 57a; Harmondsworth (25), p. 63a.
-, White Lion: Staines (15), p. 113a.

Io (?) and Mercury, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Irby, Margaret (Barkham), wife of Sir Anthony Irby, 1640, brass, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Ireland, William, alms-dish given by, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

Iris, figure representing, Ickenham (2) (ceiling), p. 83b.

Ironwork:
-, Balustrades:
-,-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 38b, 39a, 41a.
-,-, c. 1700: Hampton (2), p. 46a.
-, Brackets:
-,-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), p. 39a.
-, Fencing:
-,-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), p. 47a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Drayton, West (3), p. 14b.
-,-, Firebacks:
-,-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 36b.
-,-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 39b, 40a, b, 41a, 48a; Ickenham (2), p. 83a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 39b, 43a; Hampton Wick (1), p. 51a.
-, Gates:
-,-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 37b, 47a; Tottenham (5), p. 122b.
-,-, c. 1700: Chiswick (2), p. 8b; Tottenham (9), p. 123a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Cranford (5), p. 13a; Drayton, West (3), p. 14b; Hillingdon, East (2), p. 77a; Sunbury (7), p. 118b.
-, Hinges:
-,-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (2), p. 5b.
-,-, Undated: Harefield (27), p. 58a.
-, Railings:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, Screens:
-,-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), p. 47a.
-, Signs:
-,-, 18th-century: Uxbridge (39) (Catherine wheel), p. 131b.
-, Weather-vanes:
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Acton (1), p. 1b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Twickenham (1), p. 125a.
-,-, Undated: Harmondsworth (3), p. 62a.

Isaac: scene representing the Sacrifice of, Brentford, New (2) (overmantel), p. 5b; scenes from the life of, represented in tapestry, Hampton (2), p. 35a.

Isabella, Archduchess of Austria, portrait said to be of, Hampton (2), p. 40b.

Isaiah, figure representing, Tottenham (1) (glass), p. 121a.

Isham, Mary, see Nowell, Edward.

Isleworth, pp. 848; 17th-century map of hundred of, Isleworth (5), p. 86b.

Islip Manor, pigeon house, Northolt (4), p. 98a.

Ivory, William, 17089, and Johanna Phillips, 1710, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.

Ivy Cottage, Shepperton (3), p. 111b.

" Farm, Ruislip (52), p. 110a.

" House, Sunbury (3), p. 118b.

Ivyhouse Farm, barn, Twickenham (9), p. 84b.

Jack's Cottage, Harefield (22), p. 57b.

James, St.: buildings dedicated to, see Dedications; figures of: Chiswick (1) (glass), p. 8a; Harefield (1), p. 54b.

James I, arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

" II, arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; initials of, at Hampton Court Palace, p. 39b, 40a, b, 41a.

James:
-, John, church designed by, Twickenham (1), p. 124a.
-, W. R., name cut on door, Harrow (3), p. 67b.

Jenyns:
-, Sarah, wife of Roger Jenyns, 1703, floor-slab, Hayes (1), p. 70b.
-, Vcare (Palmer), wife of Thomas Jenyns, 1644, brass, Hayes (1), p. 70a.

Jeremiah, figure representing, Tottenham (1) (glass), p. 121a.

Jessop's Road, No. 12, Chiswick (23), p. 10a.

Jeve, Thomas, 1699, and Alice his wife, 1698, Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b.

Jewel, John, Bishop of Salisbury, Apology of, Ruislip (1), p. 106a.

John the Baptist, St.: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing: Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a; Hendon (1) (painting), p. 72b; Norwood (1) (glass), p. 99a.

John the Evangelist, St.: bell dedicated to, Twickenham (1), p. 124b; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; chalice dedicated to, Drayton, West (1), p. 14b; figures of: Bedfont, East (1) (wall-painting), p. 3b; Chiswick (1) (glass), p. 8a; Drayton, West (1) (font), p. 14a; Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a; Perivale (1) (glass), p. 101a.

Johnson, Garrett, glassmaker, employed at Hampton Court, pp. 37b, 40a, b.

Jones:
-, Edward, glass given to church by, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.
-, Inigo, gateway at Chiswick House ascribed to, Chiswick (2), p. 8b; church-tower ascribed to, Staines (1), p. 112a; design attributed to, Forty Hall, Enfield (8), p. 23a.
-, Robert, 1709, floor-slab, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

Jordan:
-, Barbara, wife of Henry Jordan, 1704, and Mary and Barbara her daughters, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Thomas, 16945, floor-slab, Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b.

Judd, Sir Andrew, Skinners' Almshouses founded by, Southgate (3), p. 112a.

Judith and Holofernes, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 40b.

Julian the Apostate, painting said to represent, Hampton (2), p. 39a.

Julius, Emperor, terra-cotta plaque representing, Hampton (2), p. 36a.

Juno, figure representing, Ickenham (2) (ceiling), p. 83b; see also Jupiter.

Jupiter and Juno, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Kandeler or Candeler, Richard, 1602, and Elizabeth (Lock) his wife, 16223, also to Sir Ferdinando Heyborne, 1618, and Anne (Candeler) his wife, 1615, monument, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Keate, Johnathan, 1625, floor-slab, Cowley (1), p. 11a.

Keene:
-, Hannah, wife of Abraham Keene, 1714, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 107a.
-, Mary (Living), wife of Abraham Keene, 1696, brass, Ruislip (1), p. 106a.

Kelsall, Humfrey, and Elizabeth his wife, cup given to Harefield Church by, Harefield (1), p. 55b.

Kempton Park, homestead moat in, Sunbury (2), p. 118b.

Kended, name scratched on splay of window, Ickenham (1), p. 82a.

Kent, William, alterations, decorations, etc., to Hampton Court Palace by, pp. 32a, 35b, 37b, 39a.

Keterich, Richard, 1621, and Prudence (Dym) his wife, 1602, brass, Mimms, South (1), p. 94a.

Key, Joseph, locksmith, employed at Hampton Court, p. 37b.

Kidwell, Sussanna (Awsiter), wife of Robert Kidwell, 1694, monument, Norwood (1), p. 99b.

Killegrew, arms of, Hanworth (1) (glass), p. 52a.

Kimbolton, Hillingdon, East (5), p. 77a.

King:
-, Elizabeth, wife of William King, 1663, headstone, Northolt (1), p. 97b.
-, Frances (Butler), wife of Richard King, 1653, monument, Greenford (1), p. 29b.

Kinge, Alexander, 16189, and his wife, monument with effigies of, Finchley (1), p. 27a.

King James and the Tinker, see under Inns.

King John's Palace, Stanwell (15), p. 118a.

King's Arms Inn, see under Inns.

King's Beasts, The, Hampton (2), p. 34a, b.

Kingsbury, pp. 889; earthwork formerly in, pp. 89a, xxii; Roman remains at, p. xxv.

King's College, Cambridge, arms of, see under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; glass from, Greenford (1), p. 29a.

Kingsend, house in, Ruislip (16), p. 109a.

King Street, Twickenham (1924), p. 127a.

" William Inn, see under Inns.

Kinton, Catharine, see Eckersall.

Kip, Jan, view of Chiswick House by, Chiswick (2), p. 8b.

Kirton:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, John, c. 1530, monument probably to, Edmonton (1), p. 18b.

Kneller House, moated enclosure in grounds of, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Knight, Ellis, see under Bellfounders.

Knightsland Farm, Mimms, South (6), p. 95b.

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

Knyvett:
-, Arms of, on schoolhouse, Stanwell (4), p. 117b.
-, Thomas, Lord, 1622, and Elizabeth (Haywood) his wife, 1622, monument with effigies, and floor-slab, Stanwell (1), p. 117a; school founded by, Stanwell (4), p. 117b.

La Bastide, Marc Anthony, 17045, floor-slab, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.

Laguerre, Louis, painter, employed at Hampton Court, p. 37b, 38a.

Lake, Mary, widow of Sir Thomas Lake, almshouses founded by, Stanmore, Little (2), p. 115a.

Lake Almshouses, Stanmore, Little (2), p. 115a.

Laleham, pp. 8990; earthwork in, pp. 90b, xxii.

Lamb's Cottage, Edmonton (5), p. 19b.

Lambert, Mary, see Terry.

Lamb Yard, houses in, Chiswick (19), p. 10a.

Lancaster House, Hampton Wick (2), p. 51a.

Land:
-, John, 1697, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 85a.
-, William, see under Bellfounders.

Lane:
-, Elizabeth (Middleton), wife of John Lane, 1690, floor-slab, Edmonton (1), p. 19a.
-, Elizabeth (Millet), wife of John Lane, 1655, monument, Perivale (1), p. 101a.
-, Thomas, 1652, Jane (Duncombe) his second wife, 1652, and Ursula (Duncombe), 1647, and Katherine (Gates), 1652, wives of John Lane, monument, Perivale (1), p. 101a.
-, Valentine, monument, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.

Lant, Thomas, 1688, monument, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

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

Latimer House, Chiswick (15), p. 9b.

Laud, William, Archbishop of Canterbury, church consecrated by, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 113b.

Lavinium, founding of, wall-painting representing, Ickenham (2), p. 83b.

Lawrence or Laurence, St.: buildings dedicated to, see Dedications; figure representing, Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a; with gridiron, wall-painting representing, Ruislip (1), p. 107a.

Leadwork:
-, Ceiling Enrichments: Hampton (2), p. 36b.
-, Cisterns:
-,-, 17th-century: Chiswick (5), p. 8b.
-,-, c. 1700: Hampton (2), p. 47b.
-, Cupolas: Hampton (2), p. 33b, 36b, 43a.
-, Rainwater Pipes and Heads:
-,-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (2), p. 5a, b; Hampton (2), pp. 37b, 38a; Ickenham (2), p. 83a; Isleworth (5), p. 86b; Staines (3), p. 112b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 33a, 42b; Harefield (6), p. 56b; Stanmore, Little (1), p. 114b.
-, Statues: Hampton (2), p. 38a, 47b.
-, Vases or Urns: Hampton (2), p. 47a, 48a.
-, Ventilation Panels:
-,-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 44a.

Le Brun, tapestries designed by, Hampton (2), p. 39b.

Lecterns:
-, 17th-century: Kingsbury (1) (re-used carved oak figure), p. 89b.

Leigh:
-, Juliana, see Newdigate, Sir Richard.
-, Katherine, see Darcy.

Leicester, Robert, Earl of, see Dudley.

Lely, Sir Peter, painter, portrait of Anne Hyde by, Hampton (2), p. 40b.

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

Le Sage, John, carver, employed at Hampton Court, pp. 37b, 41a.

Le Strange, see Strange.

Levee or Lenee, Robert, c. 1370, brass, Hayes (1), p. 70a.

Lewis, John, 1619, name and date inscribed on chest, Harefield (1), p. 54a.

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

Lichefeld, Dr. William, 1517, brass, Willesden (1), p. 133b.

Lime Tree House, Twickenham (28), p. 127a.

Linden House, Brentford, New (6), p. 6a.

Lingard House, Chiswick (6), p. 8b.

Lisle, Elizabeth (Hobart), 16556, floor-slab, Hornsey (2), p. 79a.

Litcott, Mary, see Barker.

Little Manor Farm, Ruislip (21), p. 109a.

" Stanmore, pp. 1145.

" Sutton Cottage, Chiswick (24), p. 10a.

Littleton, pp. 912.

Litton, Edward, initials on lead cistern, Chiswick (5), p. 8b.

Living, Mary, see Keene.

Lock:
-, Anne, see Page, John.
-, Elizabeth, see Kandeler.

Lockers:
-, 13th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70a.
-, Medival: Littleton (1), p. 92a.
-, Undated: Willesden (1), p. 134a.

Locks, see under Brasswork.

London, City of: arms of, Friern Barnet (2), p. 28a; fire-place from, Hampton (13), p. 50a.

" Stone, Staines (2), p. 112b.

Long, Elizabeth (Cotes), widow of Sir Walter Long, 1688, monument, Harefield (1), p. 55a.

Longford, houses at, Harmondsworth (22), (23), p. 63b.

Lot, represented in tapestry, Hampton (2), p. 35a.

Louvre, broze casting at Hampton Court of heart-memorial in Hampton (2), p. 47a.

Love Lane, house in, Pinner (14), p. 104a.

Lovel or Lovell:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Gregory, 1545, monument of, Harlington (1), p. 59ab; and Anne (Bellyngham) his wife, brass, Harlington (1), p. 59a.
-, Thomas, 1521, shields-of-arms perhaps from brass of, Enfield (1), p. 21b.
-, Sir Thomas, badges of, Enfield (1), p. 21a.
-, Thomas, 1650, floor-slab, Finchley (1), p. 27a.

Lovibond, Anne, wife of Henry Lovibond, 1710, monument, Heston (1), p. 74a.

Lower Square, Isleworth (9), (1113), p. 88a.

Low-side windows: Kingsbury (1), p. 89a; Mimms, South (1), p. 93b; Perivale (1), p. 100a; Willesden (1) (now blocked), p. 132b.

Lugg, Richard, 16978, floor-slab, Hayes (1), p. 70b.

Luke, St., figure representing, Tottenham (1) (glass), p. 121a.

Luke, Elizabeth (Skudemore), wife of Nicholas Luke, brass, Finchley (1), p. 26b.

Lukyn, Anne (Peers), wife of Roger Lukyn, 1643, floor-slab, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b.

Lych Gates:
-, 16th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70a.
-, Reconstructed out of old materials: Heston (1), p. 73b.

Lymes Farm, Stanmore, Little (14), p. 115b.

Lyndale House, Hornsey (4), p. 80a.

Lyon:
-, Adriana, see Gifford, William.
-, John, 1592, founder of Harrow School, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a; birthplace of, Wembley (4), p. 132a.

Lyon's Farm, Wembley (4), p. 132a.

Maia, see Mercury.

Maiano, Giovanni da, terra-cotta plaques made by, p. xxxiii; Hampton (2), pp. 33b, 36a; Hanworth (2), p. 52a.

Majolica Plaque, 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 39a.

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

Mander, Karel van, portrait of Christian IV by, Hampton (2), p. 40b.

Manners, Thomas, 13th Lord Roos of Hamlake and 1st Earl of Rutland, and Eleanor (Paston) his wife, glass roundels with arms of, Enfield (1), p. 21b; see also Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; canopy to monument of Joyce, wife of Sir John Tiptoft, erected by, Enfield (1), p. 22a.

Manor Court, Harefield (10), p. 57a.

" Farm: Cowley (2), p. 11b; Ickenham (3), p. 84a; Mimms, South (7), p. 96a; Ruislip (4), 107b; barn at, Shepperton (4), p. 111b.

Manor House: Feltham (2), p. 25b; Hayes (3), p. 70b; Gatehouse of, Drayton, West (2), p. 14b; homestead moat at, Finchley (4), p. 27a.

Mantegna, cartoons by, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Marcheford, Simon, canon of Salisbury and Windsor, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a.

Margaret St.: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; aisle of Uxbridge Church formerly used as guild-chapel of St. Mary and, Uxbridge (1), p. 128a.

Mark, St., figure representing, Tottenham (1) (glass), p. 121a.

Markham, Brigit (Harrington) wife of Sir Anthony Markham, 1609, monument, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Marnham, William, 1711, and William, 1716, monument Greenford (1), p. 29b.

Marriage at Cana, see under Christ, Incidents in the life of.

Marriott:
-, James, 1711, Ann (Haughton) his wife, 1714, and Henry, Richard and Thomas, their sons, Hampton (1), p. 30a.
-, William, see Becher.

Mars: lead figure of, Hampton (2), p. 38a; represented with Venus on painted ceiling, Hampton (2), p. 40b.

Marsh or Marshe:
-, John, 1561, brass, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.
-, Richard, 1615, brass, Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, Thomas, 1657, and Thomas his son, 1649, floor-slab, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.
-, Thomas, 1661, monument, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.
-, Thomasin, wife of John Marsh, 1673, headstone, Finchley (1), p. 27a.

Martin, St.: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; wall-paintings said to represent scenes from the life of, Ruislip (1), p. 107a.

Martin, Katherine, see Clerke.

Mary the Virgin, St.: Bells dedicated to: Cranford (1), p. 12b; Finchley (2) (Beautus Venter), p. 27a; Hampton (2) (clock), p. 34a; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; aisle of Uxbridge Church formerly used as guild-chapel of St. Margaret and, Uxbridge (1), p. 128a; image of Our Lady of Willesden formerly in church, Willesden (1), p. 132b; figures of: Bedfont, East, (1) (wall-painting), p. 3b; Drayton, West (1) (font), p. 14a; Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a; Perivale (1) (glass), p. 101a; Ruislip (1) (wall-painting), p. 107a. And Child: Hendon (1) (indent of former brass), p. 72a; Hendon (1) (painting), p. 72b; Norwood (1) (glass Child with windmill), p. 99a. Pieta, Drayton, West (1), p. 14a.

Mary Magdalene, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Mary, Queen, see William III.

Mason, Alice, monument to Edmond and Nickolas Pigeon erected by, Hampton (1), p. 30a.

Mason's Marks: Hampton (2), p. 44b.

Matthew, St.: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figure representing, Tottenham (1) (glass), p. 121a.

Maule, Thomas, 17145, monument, Edmonton (1), p. 18b.

Mawson Row, Chiswick (22), p. 10a.

Maxey, Richard, see Barker, Ann.

Maygood Farm, Cowley (5), p. 11b.

Maynard, Elizabeth, wife of John Maynard, 16545, monument, Ealing (1), p. 15b.

Meadow Cottage, Harefield (20), p. 57b.

Medlar Farm, Northolt (8), p. 98a.

Melchizedek, represented in tapestry, Hampton (2), p. 35a.

Melton, Sir John, 1640, monument, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Mercers' Company, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Merchants' Marks: Heston (1) (font-cover), p. 74a; Hillingdon, East (1 (brass), p. 76a; Hillingdon, East (2) (fire-place), p. 76b.

Mercury, painting representing, Hampton (2), 39a; with Maia (?), and with Io (?), painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Merik:
-, Christopher, 1614, and Agnes his wife, 1637, monument, Norwood (1), p. 99b.
-, John, 1663, and Isabella (Burdett) his wife, 1696, floor-slab, Norwood (1), p. 99b.

Mews, The Royal, Hampton (3), p. 48b.

Michael, St., weighing a soul, wall-painting representing, Ruislip (1), p. 107a.

Middlemore, Dorothy (Fulstone), wife of Robert Middlemore, 1610, monument with effigies of, Enfield (1), p. 22a.

Middleton or Myddleton:
-, Elizabeth, see Grene.
-, Elizabeth, see Lane.
-, Hezekiah, 1688, floor-slab, Edmonton (1), p. 19a.
-, John, 1624, monument with effigies of man and wife, Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.

Miller, John, 17023, monument, Harrow (1), p. 66b.

Millet, Millett, or Myllet:
-, Elizabeth, see Lane.
-, Henry, 1505, and Alice and Joan his wives, brass, Perivale (1), p. 101a.
-, Joan, wife of George Millett, see Shelberry.
-, William, 1663, floor-slab, Greenford (1), p. 29b.

Mill House, Ruislip (14), p. 109a.

Milton Farm, barn, Ickenham (6), p. 84b.

Mimms, South, pp. 936.

" Hall, Mimms, South (3), p. 95b.

Minerva; painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a; terra-cotta roundel with bust of, Hanworth (2), p. 52a.

Mirrors, see under Glasswork.

Mistletoe Farm, Ruislip (34), p. 109b.

Moat Farm, Northolt (6), p. 98a.

Moats, see under Earthworks.

Model Farm, cottages at, Hendon (15), p. 73a.

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

Mole, Katherine (Berkeley) wife of Francis Mole, 1674, floor-slab probably of, Enfield (1), p. 22b.

Monastic and Collegiate Buildings:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, Augustinian: Bentley Priory, p. xxix.
-, Benedictine (alien): Ruislip (4), pp. 107b, xxix.
-, Benedictine (alien): Barn and moat formerly belonging to, Harmondsworth (2), pp. 61b, xxix.
-, Bridgettine Nuns: Syon Abbey (now Syon House), Isleworth (5), pp. 86a, xxviii.
-, Knights of St. John of Jerusalem: site of Hampton Court Palace leased from, Hampton (2), p. 30b; freehold acquired from, p. 31a; chapel of preceptory of, Harefield (2), pp. 55b, xxix; brass of George Barlee, member of Order, Harlington (1), p. 59a.
-, Trinitarians: site of priory of, Heston (2), pp. 74a, xxix.

Monemouthe, John, 1419, brass, Harlington (1), p. 59a.

Monger, Triphena, daughter of Peter Monger, 1707, floor-slab, Edmonton (1), p. 19a.

Montagu, Charles, Earl of Halifax, Upper Lodge re-built or enlarged by, Hampton (11), p. 49b.

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

Monuments, Funeral:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, Altar-tombs:
-,-, 15th-century: Enfield (1) (with 16th-century canopy), p. 21b; Hayes (1), p. 70a.
-,-, 16th-century: Hampton (1) (canopied), p. 30a; Hayes (1), p. 70b; Mimms, South (1) (canopied), p. 94b.
-,-, 17th-century: Cranford (1), p. 12b; Harefield (1) (canopied), p. 54b; Hayes (1) (canopied), p. 70a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, Easter Sepulchres:
-,-, 16th-century: Harlington (1), p. 59ab.
-, Floor-slabs:
-,-, 16th-century: Heston (1), p. 74a; Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-,-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Cowley (1), p. 11a; Ealing (1), p. 15b; Edmonton (1), p. 19a; Enfield (1), p. 22b; Finchley (1), p. 27a; Greenford (1), p. 29b; Hampton (1), p. 30b; Harefield (1), p. 55b; Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hayes (1), p. 70b; Hendon (1), p. 72a; Heston (1), p. 74a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b; Hornsey (1), p. 78b; (2), p. 79a; Ickenham (1), p. 82a; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b; Littleton (1), p. 92b; Mimms, South (1), pp. 94b, 95a; Northolt (1), p. 97b; Norwood (1), p. 99b; Pinner (1), p. 103a; Ruislip (1), pp. 106b, 107a; Shepperton (1), p. 111a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a, b; Stanwell (1), p. 117a; Twyford, West (1), p. 127b; Uxbridge (1), p. 129b; Willesden (1), p. 134a, b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Cowley (1), p. 11a; Ealing (1), p. 15b; Edgware (2), p. 16b; Edmonton (1), p. 19a; Enfield (1), p. 22b; Feltham (1), p. 25b; Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b; Greenford (1), p. 29b; Hampton (1), p. 30b; Harefield (1), p. 55b; Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Hayes (1), p. 70b; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b; Hornsey (2), p. 79a; Ickenham (1), p. 82a; Pinner (1), p. 103a; Ruislip (1), pp. 106b, 107a; Shepperton (1), p. 111a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Stanwell (1), p. 117a; Uxbridge (1), p. 129b; Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Headstones:
-,-, 17th-century: Cranford (1), p. 12b; Finchley (1), p. 27a; Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b; Greenford (1), p. 29b; Hampton (1), p. 30b; Harlington (1), p. 59b; Heston (1), p. 74a; Hornsey (1), p. 78b; Ickenham (1), p. 82a; Northolt (1), p. 97b; Southgate (1), p. 112a; Sunbury (1), p. 118a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a; Twickenham (1), p. 125a; Uxbridge (1), p. 129b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Finchley (1), p. 27a; Hendon (1), p. 72a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b; Hornsey (1), p. 78b; Isleworth (1), p. 86a; Littleton (1), 92b; Northolt (1), p. 97b; Staines (1), p. 112b.
-, Obelisks:
-,-, 17th-century: Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-, Panels, tablets, etc. (Wooden):
-,-, 17th-century: Acton (1), p. 1a; Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (1), p. 30a.
-, Slabs:
-,-, 14th-century; Harrow (1), p. 66b.
-,-, 16th-century: Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-,-, 17th-century: Acton (1), p. 1b; Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b; Greenford (1), p. 29b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hendon (1), p. 72a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Isleworth (1), p. 86a; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b; Perivale (1), p. 101b; Sunbury (1), p. 118a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a; Twickenham (1), p. 125a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Acton (1), p. 1b; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Greenford (1), p. 29b; Hampton (1), p. 30b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Isleworth (1), pp. 85b, 86a; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b; Perivale (1), p. 101b; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a.
-, Table-tombs:
-,-, 16th-century: Harefield (1), p. 55a; Harefield (1) (recessed and canopied), p. 54b; Stanmore, Little (1), p. 115a.
-,-, 17th-century: Acton (1), p. 1b; Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Harefield (1), p. 55a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Isleworth (1), p. 86a; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Twickenham (1), p. 125a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hanwell (1), p. 51b; Hendon (1), p. 72a; Heston (1), p. 74a; Ruislip (1), p. 106b; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.
-, Tomb-recesses:
-,-, 14th-century: Harlington (1), p. 59b.
-,-, 16th-century: Edmonton (1), p. 18b; Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Wall-monuments and Tablets:
-,-, 16th-century: Enfield (1), p. 22a; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Heston (2), p. 74a; Norwood (1) (recessed), p. 99a; Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-,-, 17th-century: Acton (1), p. 1a, b; Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b; Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Chiswick (1), p. 8a; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Ealing (1), p. 15b; Edgware (2), p. 16b; Edmonton (1), pp. 18b, 19a; Enfield (1), p. 22a, b; Feltham (1), p. 25b; Finchley (1), p. 27a; Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b; Greenford (1), p. 29a, b; Hampton (1), p. 30a; Hanworth (1), p. 52a; Harefield (1), pp. 54b, 55a; Harlington (1), p. 59b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hayes (1), p. 70a; Hendon (1), p. 72a; Heston (1), p. 74a; (2), p. 74a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Hornsey (1), p. 78b; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Isleworth (1), pp. 85b, 86a; Mimms, South (1), 94b; Northolt (1), p. 97b; Norwood (1), p. 99b; Perivale (1), p. 101a, b; Pinner (1), p. 103a; Ruislip (1), p. 106b; Southgate (1), p. 112a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Stanwell (1) (canopied), p. 117a; Sunbury (1), p. 118a; Teddington (1), p. 119a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a; Twickenham (1), pp. 124b, 125a; Twyford, West (1), p. 127b; Uxbridge (1), p. 129a; Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-,-, c. 1700: Cranford (1), p. 12b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Acton (1), p. 1a, b; Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Ealing (1), p. 15b; Edmonton (1), p. 18b; Enfield (1), p. 22a; Greenford (1), p. 29a; Hampton (1), p. 30a, b; Harefield (1), p. 54b, 55a; Harlington (1), p. 59b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hendon (1), p. 72a; Heston (1), p. 74a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Isleworth (1), p. 86a; Ruislip (1), p. 106b; Teddington (1), p. 119a; Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Moor Hall Farm Chapel, Harefield (2), pp. 55b, xxix.

" Lane, cottage in, Staines (17), p. 113a.

Moot-Site, see Earthworks.

Mordaunt, Charles, 16812, monument, Hendon (1), p. 72a.

More, Edmund, panels with arms of Henry VIII made by, Hampton (2), p. 32a, b, 33b.

Morton House, Chiswick (10), p. 9a.

Mot, Robert, see under Bellfounders.

Moyer, Hum., monument by, Greenford (1), p. 29b.

Moyle:
-, Arthur, 16812, floor-slab, Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-, Mar....., see Ben...
-, Robert, church said to have been re-built by, Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-, Robert, 1638, monument with bust, Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-, Walter, 1660, monument with bust, Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-, Walter, and Robert and Francis his sons, 1660, and also to Andrew Philipps, floor-slab, Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.

Moyse, John, see Pagitt.

Muses, The, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 39a.

Musters:
-, Lady, church plate given by, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-, Francis, 1680, monument, Hornsey (1), p. 78b; floor-slab, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-, Jane (Basset) wife of Sir John Musters, 1691, floor-slab, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

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

Mutton Lane, cottage in, Mimms, South (14), p. 96b.

Myddleton, see Middleton.

Myllet, see Millet.

Namur, Fall of, represented on fire-back, Ickenham (1), p. 83a.

Narcissus, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Nedham, Catharine, see Huxley, George.

Nellam, William, 1691, name and date inscribed on chest, Harefield (1), p. 54a.

Neptune, drawn by sea-horses, represented on firebacks, Hampton (2), p. 39b, 40b.

Nero, Emperor, terra-cotta plaque with bust of, Hampton (2), 32a.

Nevell or Neville:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Neville of Holt under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Amphilisia, see Newdigate, John, 1528.

New Brentford, pp. 47.

Newbery, Lewis, Skinners' Almshouses augmented by, Southgate (3), p. 112a.

Newdigate or Neudegate:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Armorial.
-, Edith, wife of William Neudegate, 1444, brass, Harefield (1), p. 54a.
-, Frances (Harrison), wife of Robert Newdigate, 1682, monument, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.
-, John, sergeant-at-law, 1528, and Amphilisia (Nevell), his wife, 1544, monument with brasses, Harefield (1), p. 55a.
-, John, 1545, and Anne his wife, brass, Harefield (1), p. 53b.
-, Sir John, 1610, and Anne (Fitton) his wife, monument with effigies of, Harefield (1), p. 55a.
-, John, 1642, monument, Harefield (1), p. 55a.
-, John, 1705, Richard, 17056, John, 1709, and Thomas, 17134, infant sons of Sir Richard, 3rd Baronet, monument, Harefield (1), p. 55a.
-, Mary (Bagot), and her husband, Sir Richard Newdigate, 2nd Baronet, 170910, monument with effigy, Harefield (1), p. 54b.
-, Sir Richard, 1st Baronet, Sergeant-at-law, 1678, and Juliana (Leigh) his wife, 1685, monument and floor-slab, Harefield (1), p. 55a, b.
-, Robert, 1695, monument and floor-slab, Harefield (1), p. 55a, b.
-, Sarah (Bisshopp), wife of Richard Newdigate, 1695, monument, Harefield (1), p. 54b.

Newton, Samuel, see under Bellfounders.

New Years Green Farm, Harefield (26), p. 58a.

New Years Green Pond Farm, Harefield (25), p. 57b.

Niches:
-, 15th-century: Harrow (1), p. 66b.

Nicholas, St.: bell dedicated to, Ickenham (1), p. 81b; buildings dedicated to, see Dedications; figure representing, Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a.

Nicholls, Matthew, 1714, and Ann, 1715, floor-slab, Shepperton (1), p. 111a. See also Nicolls below.

Nicoll Almshouses, Hendon (6), p. 72b.

Nicoll:
-, Ellinor, wife of Randall Nicoll, see under Playford, John.
-, John, 164950, and Anne his wife, 1659, floor-slab, Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, John, cup given to Friern Barnet Church by, 1709, p. 27b.
-, Randall, Copt Hall re-built by, Hendon (3), p. 72b.
-, Randulph, 16589, monument, Edgware (2), p. 16b.
-, Sarah, wife of John Nicoll, 1703, floor-slab, Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b.
-, Thomas, Almshouses built by, Hendon (6), p. 72b.
-, William, 1644, Anne (Swallow) his wife, and William 16656 and Elizabeth, his children, monument, Hendon (1), p. 72a.

Nicoll's Farm, Edgware (4), p. 17a.

Nicolls or Nicoles: See also Nicholls above.
-, Basill, 1648, and Thomas, his son, 1706, floor-slab, Hornsey (2), p. 79a.
-, Jesper, brass recording benefactions of, Enfield (1), p. 21b.

Norbury, Elizabeth, see Blithman.

Norden, John, cited, Edgware (1), pp. 16a.

Noreworthy, Jane, see Rawlinson.

North:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Margaret, see Burnell.

Northolt, pp. 968.

" Road, homestead moat near, Harrow (2), p. 67a.

North Street, Isleworth (14), p. 88a.

Northumberland, Dukes of, see Dudley and also Percy.

Northumberland, Earls of, see Percy.

Northwood Grange, Ruislip (30), p. 109b.

Norwood, Elizabeth, wife of John Norwood, 1657, floor-slab, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.

Norwood, pp. 98100.

Nost, John, sculptor, employed at Hampton Court, pp. 37b, 39b, 41a, 47a.

Nowell:
-, ......, monument, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.
-, Edward, 1616, and Mary (Isham) his wife, brass, Edmonton (1), p. 18a.

Nuttinge, Robert, 1618, brass, Hendon (1), 72a.

Odell, William, 1712, and Elizabeth his wife, 17123, head-stone, Northolt (1), p. 97b.

Office of Works, His Majesty's, Hampton Court Palace in charge of, Hampton (2), p. 48b.

Ogbourne (Wilts), cell of Benedictine Priory of, at Ruislip, Ruislip (4), p. 107b.

Old Barn House, Ruislip (48), p. 110a.

" Brentford, p. 7.

" Cheney Cottage, Ruislip (51), p. 110a.

" Cote, Heston (4), p. 75a.

" Cottage, Cowley (4), p. 11b.

" Court House, Hampton (6), p. 49a.

" England, prehistoric site, Brentford, New (19), p. 6b.

" Ford Farm, Mimms, South (5), p. 95b.

" Grange, Hampton (14), p. 50a.

" House, The: Cowley (11), p. 11b; Drayton, West (10), p. 15a; Harrow (4), p. 67b; Ruislip (13), p. 108b.

Old Magpie Inn, see under Inns.

" Malt or Brew House, Hampton (12), p. 50a.

" Manor House: homestead moat at, Hayes (2), p. 70b; Littleton (2), p. 92b.

" Meadows, Drayton, West (13), p. 15a.

" Oak Lodge, Drayton, West (5), p. 15a.

" Oxgate Farm, Willesden (6), p. 135a.

" Park, earthwork at, Enfield (18), p. 25a.

" " Farm, Enfield (17), p. 25a.

" Place, Hampton (10), p. 49b.

" Swan Inn, see under Inns.

" Treaty House, Uxbridge (2), p. 129b.

Oliver, John, master mason, employed at Hampton Court, p. 37a.

Orangeries:
-, See under Hampton Court Palace.
-, 18th-century: Ickenham (2), p. 83b.

Organs and Organ-Cases:
-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (2), p. 42b.
-, Mid 18th-century: Enfield (1), p. 20b; Stanmore, Little (1), p. 114b.
-, Made up of 17th-century panelling: Harrow (1), p. 66b.

Orley, Bernard van, designs for tapestries ascribed to, Hampton (2), p. 35a.

Orme House, Hampton (15), p. 50a.

Osman, John, name inscribed on church tower, Harrow (1), p. 65b.

Ossulstone, see Bennett.

Osterley Park, Heston (3), p. 74b.

Otho, Emperor, terra-cotta plaque representing, Hampton (2), p. 36a.

Ovens:
-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 44a, b.

Page:
-, Francis, 1678, monument, Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b.
-, John, 1667, and Anne (Lock) his wife, 16678, floor-slab, Harrow (1), p. 66b.
-, Mathew, 16312, and Isabell his mother, 162930, brass, Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b.

Paget, Manor House formerly the property of family of, Drayton, West (2), p. 14b.

Pagitt, Bridgett (Bowyer), wife first of John Moyse and second of James Pagitt, 1626, and John Moyse her son, 1623, monument, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Paine, Richard, 1606, and Margerie his wife, 15956, monument with effigies, Willesden (1), p. 134a.

Paintings:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, On Canvas or Wood:
-,-, 15th-century: Harrow (1) (roof), p. 66a.
-,-, 16th-century: Ickenham (1), p. 82a; Hampton (2), p. 36a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Hendon (1), p. 72b.
-,-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), p. 40a, b.
-,-, 18th-century: Northolt (1), p. 97b.
-, On Plaster or Stone:
-,-, 13th-century: Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hendon (1), p. 72b.
-,-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b; Hayes (1), p. 70b.
-,-, 15th-century: Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hayes (1), p. 70b; Ruislip (1), p. 107a.
-,-, 16th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70a, b; Hendon (1), p. 72b; Ickenham (1), p. 82a; Mimms, South (6), p. 96a; Ruislip (1), p. 107a; Stanmore, Little (6), p. 115b.
-,-, Medival but Undated: Harlington (1), p. 59b.
-,-, 17th-century: Ickenham (2) (walls and ceiling), p. 83b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Hampton (2) (walls, ceilings, etc.), pp. 39a, 40b, 46a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (2) (walls, ceilings, etc.), pp. 39b, 42a, 43a.
-,-, Mid 18th-century: Hampton (2), p. 39a; Twickenham (7) (ceiling), p. 126b.

Palace Gate House, Hampton (8), p. 49b.

Palladian Villa at Chiswick House, Chiswick (2), p. 8a.

Palmer or Palmere:
-, Katherine (Herbert), wife of Sir James Palmer, 1666, floor-slab, Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, Martha (Garrard), wife of James Palmere, 1617, monument, Enfield (1), p. 22a.
-, Veare, see Jenyns.

Palmer's Farm, Harmondsworth (14), p. 63a.

Pan, paintings representing, Hampton (2), p. 39a, 46a.

Panelling:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, In Churches:
-,-, c. 1600: Cowley (1), p. 11a.
-,-, Old material re-used: Northolt (1), p. 97b.
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Enfield (6), p. 22b; Harefield (27) (remade into cupboards), p. 58a; Harmondsworth (16), p. 63a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Enfield (6), p. 23a; Hampton (2), pp. 34a, 37a; Norwood (2), p. 100a.
-,-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (2), pp. 5b, 6a; Enfield (8), p. 24a; Edmonton (3), p. 19b; Hampton (2), p. 34a; Harefield (8), p. 57a; Harmondsworth (3), p. 62a; Hornsey (3), p. 79a, b; Ickenham (2), p. 83b; Northolt (6), p. 98a; Staines (3), p. 112b; Tottenham (5), p. 122b; (6), (7), p. 123a; Twickenham (3), p. 125b.
-,-, c. 1700: Harrow (3), p. 67b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Enfield (8), p. 24a; Heston (3), p. 74b; Ickenham (2), p. 83a; Twickenham (5), p. 126a; Willesden (2), p. 134b.
-,-, Linen-fold:
-,-, 16th-century: Chiswick (17), p. 10a; Hampton (2), pp. 34a, 36a, b, 44a; (13), p. 50a; Hendon (4), p. 72b; Ickenham (3), p. 84a; Mimms, South (6), p. 96a; Ruislip (13), p. 108b.

Pannemaker, Wilhelm, tapestries woven by, Hampton (2), p. 35a.

Park Farm, Ruislip (44), p. 110a.

" Lane, Harefield (1517), p. 57b.

" Lodge, Hillingdon, West (8), p. 78a.

Parr, Katherine, Hanworth Park occupied by, Hanworth (2), p. 52a.

Parsons:
-, John, 1703, and Daniel his son, 1702, floor-slabs, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b.
-, Richard, 1613, brass, Teddington (1), p. 119a.

Passion, Emblems of the, represented on bosses, Hayes (1) (roof), p. 69b.

Paston:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Manners under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Eleanor, see Manners, Thomas.

Patenson, Fayth, see Roberts, Edmunde.

Pates Manor Farm, Bedfont, East (2), p. 4a.

Paul, St.: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications, and also St. Peter under Dedications: figure representing, Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a.

Paula, St., figure representing, Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a.

Paule, Rachel, see Clitherow.

Pavements:
-, Marble:
-,-, Hampton (2), pp. 33b, 38b, 39a, 42b; Twickenham (1), p. 125a.
-, Stone Slabs:
-,-, Hampton (2), pp. 38b, 39a; Ickenham (2), p. 83a.

Pawlet-t, Elizabeth, see Brende.

Peace, figure representing, Brentford, New (2) (ceiling), p. 5b.

Peacock, Elizabeth wife of John Peacock, 1704, and Charles, Thomas, Richard and Joseph, his sons, monument, Acton (1), p. 1b.

Pearce:
-, John, Rochester House said to have been built by, Ealing (2), p. 15b.
-, Michaell, 1699, table-tomb, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b.

Peers, Anne, see Lukyn.

Pelham, Mary, daughter of John Pelham, 1710, headstone, Finchley (1), p. 27a.

Pelican, figure of a, Brentford, New (2) (ceiling), p. 5b; in her Piety, Littleton (1) (communion-rails), p. 92a.

Pembroke, Earl of, see Herbert.

Penn, Sybil (Hampden), wife of David Penn, 1562, monument with effigy of, Hampton (1), p. 30a.

Percy:
-, Badges and motto of family of, Isleworth (5), p. 86b.
-, Algernon, 10th Earl of Northumberland, Syon House restored by, Isleworth (5), p. 86b.
-, Henry, 9th Earl of Northumberland, Syon House owned by, Isleworth (5), p. 86b.
-, Hugh, 1st Duke of Northumberland, Syon House reconstructed for, Isleworth (5), p. 86b.
-, Hugh, 3rd Duke of Northumberland, Syon House altered by, Isleworth (5), p. 86b.

Percy House, Tottenham (9), p. 123a.

Perivale, pp. 1001.

Perrott's Farm, Harmondsworth (15), p. 63a.

Perry Oaks Farm, Harmondsworth (21), p. 63b.

Pert of Essex, arms of, before 1550, see Lovell under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Peryn, John, alderman of London, 16567, monument, Acton (1), p. 1a.

Peter, St.: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figure representing, Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a.

Petrarch, tapestries representing the Triumphs of, Hampton (2), p. 35b.

Pewsey, William, 1690, headstone, Sunbury (1), p. 118a.

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

Phelps, Richard, see under Bellfounders.

Phelips, Phillipes or Philipps:
-, Andrew, floor-slab, Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-, Andrew, 1696, monument, Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-, Ann, see Cranaway.
-, Fabian, infant son of Fabian Philipps, 16589, monument, Twyford, West (1), p. 127b.
-, Francis: church-plate given by, Sunbury (1), p. 118a; monument to, 1679, and to John, 16801, Sunbury (1), p. 118a.
-, Johanna, see Ivory, William.

Philpots Farm, Yiewsley (2), p. 135b.

Piers, William, Bishop of Bath and Wells, church-plate given by, Sunbury (1), p. 118a.

Pigeon, Edmond, and Nickolas his son, 1619, monument, Hampton (1), p. 30a.

Pigeon-Houses and Dovecotes:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (2), p. 6a; Harefield (8), p. 57a; Harmondsworth (21), p. 63b; Ickenham (2), p. 84a; Northolt (4), p. 98a.

Pigot:
-, Barbara (Crane), wife of Bartholomew Pigot, 164950, monument, Acton (1), p. 1a.
-, Elizabeth (Berblock), wife of George Pigot, 17067, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.

Pinner, pp. 1014; Grim's Dyke at, p. xxiii.

" Park, Pinner (19), p. 104b.

Piscin:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, 13th-century: Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hayes (1), p. 70b; Hendon (1), p. 72b; Littleton (1), p. 92b; Mimms, South (1), p. 95a.
-, 14th-century: Harefield (1), p. 55b; Ickenham (1), p. 82a; Pinner (1), p. 103a.
-, 15th-century: Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Northolt (1), p. 97b; Ruislip (1), p. 107a.
-, 16th-century: Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Willesden (1), p. 134b.
-, Double:
-,-, 13th-century: Drayton, West (1), p. 14b.

Pites, Joan, see Shelberry.

Plantation Farm, homestead moat at, Enfield (5), p. 22b.

Plaques, see Majolica and Terra-cotta.

Plasterwork:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii; and also Ceilings and Vaulting, Plaster.
-, In Churches:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Twickenham (1), p. 124a.
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 33a.
-,-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (2), pp. 5b, 6a; Chiswick (16), p. 9b; Ickenham (2), p. 83a; Twickenham (3), p. 125b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Mimms, South (8), p. 96a.

Plate, Church:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, Pre-Reformation:
-,-, Cups: 16th-century: Drayton, West (1), p. 14b.
-,-, Patens: 16th-century: Drayton, West (1), p. 14b.
-, Post-Reformation:
-,-, Alms-dishes: 17th-century: Hampton (2), p. 42b. Early 18th-century: Hampton (1), p. 30b.
-,-, Cover-patens: 16th-century: Harrow (1), p. 66b; Ruislip (1), p. 107a. 17th-century: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Hampton (2), p. 42b; Hanworth (1), p. 52a; Harlington (1), p. 59b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hendon (1), p. 72b; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b; Littleton (1), p. 92b; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114b; Twickenham (1), p. 125a. Early 18th-century: Heston (2), p. 74a; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b; Littleton (1), p. 92b; Norwood (1), p. 99b.
-,-, Cups: 16th-century: Edgware (2), p. 17a; Harefield (1), p. 55b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Ruislip (1), p. 107a. 17th-century: Acton (1), p. 1b; Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Ealing (1), p. 15b; Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b; Greenford (1), p. 29b; Hampton (2), p. 42b; Hanworth (1), p. 52a; Harefield (1), p. 55b; Harlington (1), p. 59b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hayes (1), p. 70b; Hendon (1), p. 72b; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b; Hornsey (1), p. 78b; Littleton (1), p. 92b; Sunbury (1), p. 118a; Uxbridge (1), p. 129b; Willesden (1), p. 134b. Early 18th-century: Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b; Hampton (1), p. 30b; Heston (2), p. 74a; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b; Littleton (1), p. 92b; Northolt (1), p. 97b; Norwood (1), p. 99b.
-, Dishes:
-,-, 17th-century: Ealing (1), p. 15b.
-, Flagons:
-,-, 17th-century: Acton (1), p. 1b; Cranford (1), p. 12b; Ealing (1), p. 15b; Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b; Greenford (1), p. 29b; Hampton (2), p. 42b; Harlington (1), p. 59b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Heston (1), p. 74a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b; Hornsey (1), p. 78b; Ickenham (1), p. 82a; Ruislip (1), p. 107a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114b; Stanwell (1), p. 117a; Sunbury (1), p. 118a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Heston (2), p. 74a; Norwood (1), p. 99b.
-, Patens:
-,-, 17th-century: Cranford (1), p. 12b; Ealing (1), p. 15b; Greenford (1), p. 29b; Harefield (1), p. 55b; Harrow (1), p. 66b; Hayes (1), p. 70b; Hendon (1), p. 72b; Heston (1), p. 74a; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b; Ickenham (1), p. 82a; Sunbury (1), p. 118a. Early 18th-century: Hampton (1), p. 30b; Northolt (1), p. 97b.
-,-, Plates: Early 18th-century: Hornsey (1), p. 78b.
-,-, Salvers: 17th-century: Twickenham (1), p. 125a.
-,-, Spoons: 16th-century: Ealing (1) (seal-topped), p. 15b. 17th-century: Willesden (1) (rat-tailed), p. 134b.
-,-, Stand-patens: 17th-century: Acton (1), p. 1b; Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b; Greenford (1), p. 29b; Hornsey (1), p. 78b; Littleton (1), p. 92b. Early 18th-century: Heston (2), p. 74a; Norwood (1), p. 99b; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114b.
-,-, Brass: Alm Dishes: 17th-century: Mimms, South (1), p. 95a.
-,-, Pewter: Plates: Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b.

Playford, John, 1685, Martha his sister, 1682, and Ellinor his mother, wife of Randall Nicoll, 1706, floor-slab, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.

Plenty, figure representing, Brentford, New (2) (ceiling), p. 5b.

Plough Inn, see under Inns.

Pluckington, Richard, 1712, monument, Hampton (1), p. 30a.

Plum Tree Cottage, Cowley (6), p. 11b.

Pointz or Pointze:
-, See also Poyntz.
-, Lady Letitia, c. 1610, tablet commemorating benefactions of, Harlington (1), p. 59b.
-, Sarah, see Harbie.

Pope:
-, Alexander, 1744, monument to, Twickenham (1), p. 124a.
-, Richard, 1651, and Susan his widow, wife of John Atlee, 1703, floor-slab, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b.
-, Walter, 1505, Johane his first and Alys his second wife, brass, Cowley (1), p. 11a.

Porpyll, and Joan his wife, names inscribed on chalice, Drayton, West (1), p. 14b.

Port of London Building, Tower Hill, door-case from, Hampton (6), p. 49b.

Porter, John, see Bedingfield, John.

Post Office, Cowley (8), p. 11b.

Poulson, Anne, wife of Robert Poulson, 1713, headstone, Hendon (1), p. 72a.

Poulton, Francis, 1642, monument with busts, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Powys, Mary, daughter of Thomas Powys, 1683, monument, Teddington (1), p. 119a.

Poyle Farm, Stanwell (11), p. 117b.

" Manor, Stanwell (3), p. 117a.

Poyntz, Francis, tapestries by, Hampton (2), p. 39a. See also Pointz.

Prate, Richard, 1487, and Joan his wife, brass, Finchley (1), p. 26b.

Pre-historic site: Old England, Brentford, New (19), p. 6b.

Priestley, Thomas, 1613, and Thomas, 1615, brass, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Prince of Wales' Feathers, representations of, Hampton (2) (ceiling), p. 36b.

Priory, The, Tottenham (5), p. 122a.

" Constitutional Club, Acton (2), p. 1b.

" House, Harrow Weald (1), p. 68a.

" Road, St. George's Church, font now in, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Pritchett, John, Bishop of Gloucester, formerly vicar of Harefield and St. Andrew Undershaft, 16801, and Catherine his wife, monument and floor-slab, Harefield (1), p. 55a, b.

Probert, George, 16767, monument, Northolt (1), p. 97b.

Proctor, Daniel, 1675, floor-slab, Shepperton (1), p. 111a.

Prodigal Son, The: glass panel representing the return of, Twickenham (7), p. 126b; wall-paintings representing the parable of, Mimms, South (6), p. 96a.

Proger, Edward, 1713, Elizabeth his wife, Henrietta, Philip, Edward, Ann, Mary wife of John Edwards, their children, and Philip son of Mary, floor-slab, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

Pulpits:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, 17th-century: Harrow (1), p. 66b; Ruislip (1), p. 107a.
-, Early 18th-century: Littleton (1), p. 92b.

Pumphiret, Elinor, see Francklin.

Purefoy, Elizabeth, see Francklin, Sir John.

Putney, pediment said to have come from, Hampton (15), p. 50a.

Pymme's Park, Edmonton (2), p. 19a.

Quebec, sanctus-bell formerly garrison-bell at, Tottenham (1), p. 120b.

Queen's Head Inn: now The Old House, Harrow (4), p. 67b; see also under Inns.

Radnor, Earl of, see Robartes.

Radnor House, Twickenham (7), p. 126a.

Rain-water heads, see under Leadwork.

Ramin, Ruislip (38), p. 109b.

Rampston, Robert, brass recording benefactions of, Enfield (1), p. 21b.

Raphael, Sanzio, cartoons by, Hampton (2), p. 41a.

Rawlinson:
-, Jane (Noreworthy), widow of W. Rawlinson, 1712, monument and floor-slab, Ealing (1), p. 15b.
-, Sir William, 1703, Sergeant-at-law, monument with effigy, Hendon (1), p. 72a.

Raynton, Sir Nicholas, 1646, Rebecca his wife, 1640, and Nicholas Raynton, 1641, and Rebecca his wife, 1642, monument with effigies of, Enfield (1), p. 22a; Forty Hall owned by, Enfield (8), p. 23a.

Reade:
-, Charles, buried at Willesden, p. 132b.
-, Mary, wife of Sir William Reade, Boston House owned by, Brentford, New (2), p. 5a; ceiling and rain-water heads with initials of, Brentford, New (2), p. 5b.

Reading or Readding:
-, John, 16701, and Martha his wife, 16823, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, John, 1705, monument, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.

Rebekah, represented in tapestry, Hampton (2), p. 35a.

Rectory, The: Cranford (4), p. 13a; Littleton (3), p. 92b; Perivale (3), p. 101b; Shepperton (2), p. 111a.

Red Cow Inn, see under Inns.

" House, Uxbridge (23), p. 131a.

" Lion House, Chiswick (7), p. 9a.

Redman, Henry, 1528, and Joan his wife, brass, Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.

Reeves, William, 166970, monument, Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Reredoses:
-, 17th-century: Acton (1) (now overmantel), p. 1b; Hampton (2), p. 42a; Harefield (1), p. 55b.
-, Early 18th-century: Twickenham (1), p. 125a.

Resurrection of the Dead, representation of, Bedfont, East (wall-painting) (1), p. 3b. Resurrection of Christ, see under Christ.

Retreat, The, outbuildings at, Ruislip (43), p. 110a.

Rey, George, and two wives, incised slab, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Rice, Richard, 1680 and John 16.., monument, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.

Rich, Sir Charles, 1677, floor-slab, Enfield (1), p. 22b.

Richard of Chichester, St., figure representing, Harrow (1) (brass), p. 66a.

Rising Sun Inn, see under Inns.

Rivers, Sir Thomas Savage, afterwards Earl of, see Savage.

Robartes:
-, Shield-of-arms of, Twickenham (7), p. 126b.
-, John, 4th Earl of Radnor, Radnor House said to have been built by, Twickenham (7), p. 126a.

Roberts:
-, Dorothy, daughter of Thomas Roberts, monument to ....nne, betrothed to, 152., Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Edmunde, 1585, and Frauncys (Welles) and Fayth (Patenson) his wives, brass, Willesden (1), p. 133b.
-, Francis, 1631, monument, Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Margaret, daughter of Robert Fyncham, 1505, brass, Willesden (1), p. 133b.
-, Mary (Barne), wife of Francis Roberts, 16234, brass and floor-slab, Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, Sarah, wife of Sir William Roberts, Bart., 1682, floor-slab, Willesden (1), p. 134a.
-, William, 1700, and William his infant son, 1700, floor-slab, Willesden (1), p. 134a.

Robince, John, name inscribed on tower (1629), Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.

Robinson, John, 17067, headstone, Northolt (1), p. 97b.

Rochester House, Ealing (2), p. 15b.

Rogers:
-, Edward, 1661, Lidia his wife and Richard their son, 1661, monument, Edmonton (1), p. 18b.
-, Elizabeth, daughter of George Rogers, 167980, also to Ann, 1686, and Mary Rogers, 1687, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, George, 16978, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.
-, Jonathan, 16945, monument, Acton (1), p. 1a.
-, Mary (Dacers), wife of George Rogers, see under Hawtrey, John.

Roman:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvii.
-, Bricks: Sulloniac, Edgware (1), p. 16b.
-, Buildings, Traces of: Ruislip (4), p. 108a, xxviii.
-, Hypocaust flues, re-used: Kingsbury (1), p. 89b.
-, Pottery: Sulloniac, Edgware (1), p. 16b.
-, Settlements: Sulloniac, Edgware (1), p. 16a.

Roman History, wall painting representing medley of, Hampton (2), p. 39a.

Romulus and the Wolf, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 39a.

Roofs:
-, In Churches: see also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-,-, Collar-beam: 14th-century: Littleton (1), p. 92a. 15th-century: Ruislip (1), p. 106a.
-,-, Flat-pitched: 15th-century: Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Pinner (1), p. 103a. 17th-century: Edmonton (1), p. 18a.
-,-, Hammer-beam: 15th-century: Uxbridge (1), p. 129a. 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 42a; Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b.
-,-, King-post: 15th-century: Bedfont, East (1), p. 3a; Greenford (1), p. 28b; Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a; Ickenham (1), p. 81b; Littleton (1), p. 92a; Norwood (1), p. 99a; Perivale (1), p. 101a; Uxbridge (1), p. 129a. Late 15th or early 16th-century: Tottenham (1), p. 120b. 16th-century: Northolt (1), p. 97a. Medival: Cowley (1), p. 11a.
-,-, Pent: 15th-century: Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Uxbridge (1), p. 129a.
-,-, Queen-post: 16th-century: Harefield (2), p. 56a; Harlington (1), p. 59a; Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-,-, Tie-beam: 14th-century: Harlington (1), p. 59a. 15th-century: Drayton, West (1), p. 14a; Edmonton (1), p. 18a; Finchley (1), p. 26b; Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Harrow (1), pp. 65b, 66a; Hayes (1), p. 69b; Hendon (1), pp. 71b, 72a; Ruislip (1), p. 106a; Stanwell (1), p. 117a. Late 15th or early 16th-century: Harmondsworth (1), p. 61a; Ruislip (1), p. 106a. 16th-century: Harefield (1), p. 53b; Hayes (1), p. 69b; Mimms, South (1), p. 94a. 17th-century: Shepperton (1), p. 111a.
-,-, Trussed Rafter: 14th-century: Harlington (1), p. 59a; Ickenham (1), p. 81b. 14th or 15th century: Stanwell (1), p. 117a. 15th-century: Kingsbury (1), p. 89a; Norwood (1), p. 99a. 16th-century: Hayes (1), p. 69b.
-,-, Waggon-form: 15th-century: Hayes (1), p. 69b.
-,-, Tower: 15th-century: Cranford (1), p. 12a.
-,-, Unclassified: 16th-century: Edmonton (1), p. 18a; Finchley (1), p. 26b.
-, In Houses:
-,-, Collar-beam: 15th-century: Perivale (3), p. 101b. 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 33a; Ruislip (7), p. 108b.
-,-, Hammer-beam: 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 34b.
-,-, King-post: Late 14th or early 15th-century: Pinner (2), p. 103b. 15th-century: Harefield (14), p. 57b; Ruislip (30), p. 109b; Uxbridge (3), p. 130a; (24), p. 131a. 16th-century: Heston (4), p. 75a. Medival: Ruislip (23), p. 109a; (42), p. 110a. Uncertain Date: Hampton (2), p. 46b.
-,-, Mansard: Early 18th-century: Chiswick (31), p. 10a; (34), p. 10b.
-,-, Queen-post: 16th-century: Hayes (3), p. 70b.
-,-, Tie-beam: 15th-century: Drayton, West (14), p. 15a. Late 15th or early 16th-century: Mimms, South (10), p. 96b; Sunbury (9), p. 118b; Uxbridge (28), p. 131a. 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 43b; Harlington (3), p. 59b; Hillingdon, East (7), p. 77a. Medival: Ruislip (21), p. 109a.
-,-, Unclassified: Late 15th or early 16th-century: Ruislip (10), p. 108b; Uxbridge (10), p. 130b. Early 16th-century: Heston (7), p. 75a; Uxbridge (11), (13), (14), p. 130b.
-, In Barns, Stables and Outbuildings.
-,-, King-post: Late 14th or 15th-century: Harmondsworth (2), p. 61b. 16th-century: Hampton (3), p. 49a.
-,-, Queen-post: 16th-century: Harefield (4), p. 56a; Harmondsworth (21), p. 63b; Heston (3), p. 75a; Hillingdon, East (8), p. 77a. Late 16th or early 17th-century: Pinner (2), p. 103b.

Roos:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; see also Lovell and Manners under Heraldry.
-, Richard, 1406, part of brass of, Drayton, West (1), p. 14a.
-, Thomas, Lord Roos, see Manners.

Rose:
-, ......, wife of Charles Rose, floor-slab, Feltham (1), p. 25b.
-, Sarah, wife of ..... Rose, 1688, and her brother, 16389, monument, Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b.

Rose and Crown, see under Inns.

Rosebank, Hendon (10), p. 73a.

Rose Cottage, Isleworth (21), p. 88b.

Rossell House, Sunbury (4), p. 118b.

Rouen, Holy Trinity, alien priory at Harmondsworth, a cell to the Benedictine abbey of, Harmondsworth (2), p. 61b.

Rous, Phillippa, wife of Francis Rous, Provost of Eton, 1657, monument, Acton (1), p. 1a.

Rousseau, Jacques, paintings by, Hampton (2), p. 40b, 41a.

Rowdell, Henry, 1452, brass, Northolt (1), p. 97b.

Rowse, William, 1629, name and date on panelling, Northolt (1), p. 97b.

Royal Oak, on firebacks, Hampton (2), pp. 41b, 48a.

Ruggenale, Richard, and Isabel and Alice his wives, c. 1420, brass, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Ruislip, pp. 10410: Grim's Dyke in, p. xxiii; Roman remains at, p. xxviii.

" Common, cottage at, Ruislip (27), p. 109a.

Russell:
-, Arms of, see Hastings.
-, Francis, 4th Earl of Bedford, monument erected by, Chiswick (1), p. 8a; wall built by, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.
-, Lady Rachel (Wriothesley), wife of William, Lord Russell, spring enclosed by, Hendon (2), p. 72b.

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

Rutland, Earl of, see Manners.

St. Albans, Duke of, see Beauclerk.

St. Albans, Hampton (13), p. 50a.

St. Catherine's Farm, Ruislip (37), p. 109b.

St. George's Church, Priory Road, font in, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

St. John of Jerusalem, Knights of, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

St. John's Road, Nos. 105109, Isleworth (24), p. 88b.

St. Laurence Cottages, Heston (5), p. 75a.

St. Mary's College, formerly Strawberry Hill, Twickenham (8), p. 126b.

" Cottage, Staines (4), p. 112b.

" Road, cottage in, Ealing (5), p. 16a.

St. Pancras in the Fields, monument from chapel at Cholmeley's School in, Hornsey (2), p. 79a.

Salisbury, doorway said to have come from, Hampton (15), p. 50a.

" House, Edmonton (3), p. 19a.

Sanders, John, see under Bellfounders.

Sandiford, Col. Thomas, 1712, floor-slab, Edmonton (1), p. 19a.

Sanny, Thomas, 1509, brass, Finchley (1), p. 26b.

Sarah, represented in tapestry, Hampton (2), p. 35a.

Saunders, Drew, 1579, brass, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.

Savage:
-, Elizabeth, 1612, Henry, 1611, and another child, children of Sir Thomas Savage, Earl of Rivers, effigies of, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Thomas, Bishop of London and Archbishop of York, arms of, see Heraldry.

Say:
-, Brass to member of family of, c. 1580, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-, Ellen, see Shoreditch.
-, William, N. aisle added to church by, Ickenham (1), p. 80b; 1582, and Isabel his wife, brass, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.

Scarburgh, Sir Charles, 16934, monument, Cranford (1), p. 12b.

Scardevile, Margaret (Culliford), wife of Henry Scardevile, Dean of Cloyne, 1698, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 85b.

Scarlet Woman, The, representation of, Harefield (1), p. 54a.

Schools:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-, 16th-century: Enfield (7), p. 23a; Harrow (3), p. 67a.
-, 17th-century: Stanwell (4), p. 117b.
-, Early 18th-century: Chiswick (3), p. 8b.

Schrider, Christopher, organ by, Hampton (2), p. 42b.

Scratch-dials, see under Sundials.

Scratchings:
-, See also Mason's Marks.
-, 15th-century: Stanwell (1), p. 117a.
-, 16th-century: Ickenham (1), p. 82a.
-, 17th-century: Laleham (1), p. 90b; Stanwell (4), p. 117b.
-, 17th or 18th-century: Ealing (1), p. 15b.

Screens:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii; and also under Ironwork.
-, In Churches:
-,-, 15th-century: Cowley (1) (fragments), p. 11a; Hayes (1), p. 70b.
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Harefield (1), p. 55b.
-,-, 16th-century: Littleton (1), p. 92b; Mimms, South (1), p. 95a.
-, In Houses, etc.:
-,-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 35a.
-,-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (2), p. 5b; Enfield (8), p. 23b; Harrow (3), p. 67b; Ickenham (2), p. 83a.

Scudamore or Skudemore:
-, Elizabeth, see Luke.
-, Mary, wife of John Scudamore, 1669, table-tomb, Kingsbury (1), p. 89b.
-, Simon, 1609, and his wife, brass, Finchley (1), p. 26b.
-, Susan, see Gawen.
-, Thomas, 1626, brass, Kingsbury (1), p. 89b.

Searle, Lt.-Col. John, 1682, and Anne his daughter, 1681, monument, Finchley (1), p. 27a.

Searles, Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Searles, 1674, monument, Acton (1), p. 1a.

Seating:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii; and also Chairs under Furniture.
-, Benches, bench-ends, pews, etc.:
-,-, 15th-century: Ruislip (1), p. 107a, b.
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: Littleton (1), p. 92b.
-,-, 16th-century: Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b; Mimms, South (1), p. 95a; Ruislip (1), p. 107a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70b.
-,-, 17th-century: Harrow (3), p. 67b; Pinner (2), p. 103b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Greenford (1) (re-used), p. 29b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (2), p. 42b.
-, Popey-Heads:
-,-, 16th-century: Cowley (1) (re-used), p. 11a.
-, Royal Pew:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (2), p. 42b.
-, Settles:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Pinner (1), p. 103a.
-, Stalls:
-,-, 15th-century: Littleton (1), p. 92b.
-, Stools:
-,-, 17th-century: Friern Barnet (1), p. 27b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Mimms, South (1), p. 95a.

Sedilia:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, 13th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70b.
-, 14th-century: Stanwell (1), p. 117a.
-, 15th-century: Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b.

Senses, The, figures representing, Brentford, New (2) (ceiling), p. 5b.

Serpent, The Brazen, fire-back representing the worship of the, Hampton (2), p. 39b.

Serving-hatches:
-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 43b, 44a.

Seven Bells Inn, see under Inns.

Seymour:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; badge of, Hampton (2), p. 35b.
-, Edward, Duke of Somerset (Protector), Syon House granted to, Isleworth (5), p. 86b.

Shaller, Edward, 1708, and Susanna his wife, 1709, floor-slab, Enfield (1), p. 22b.

Shaw, Huntington, 1710, monument, Hampton (1), p. 30a.

Sheffard, William, 1646, floor-slab, Enfield (1), p. 22b.

Shelberry, Joan (Pites), wife first of George Millet and second of John Shelberry, 1623, monument, Perivale (1), p. 101b.

Shepard, John, 1520, and Anne and Mawde his wives, brass, Kingsbury (1), p. 89b.

Shepperton, pp. 1101.

Sherley's Farm, Ruislip (19), p. 109a.

Ship House, Chiswick (36), p. 10b.

Shoreditch, Shorditch, Shordich or Shordiche:
-, Edmund, 1584, and Ellen (Say) his wife, brass, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-, Michaell, 1623, monument, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-, Richard, 1660, monument, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.
-, Robert, 1676, monument, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.

Shorte, Susanna, daughter of William Shorte, 1671, headstone, Cranford (1), p. 12b.

Shower, Sir Bartholomew, 1701, floor-slab, Pinner (1), p. 103a.

Shrawley, Rebecca, daughter of Captain Edward Shrawley, 1683, headstone, Southgate (1), p. 112a.

Shurley, Jane, see Carr, Sir Edward.

Sibthorp, Henry, see Southwell, Lady Anne.

Sigers, Ruislip (45), p. 110a.

Silver Hall, Isleworth (8), p. 88a.

Silvester, John, 1714, monument, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

Singer, Elizabeth, 1702, headstone, Littleton (1), p. 92b.

Sitwell, George, 1708, and Elizabeth (Hawtrey), his wife, 1712, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 106b.

Six Bells Inn, see under Inns.

Skevington, John, c. 1520, brass, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Skinners' Almshouses, Southgate (3), p. 112a.

Skinners' Company, arms of, Southgate (3), p. 112a.

Skippon, Mary, wife of Maj.-Gen. Philip Skippon, monument, Acton (1), p. 1a.

Skudemore, see Scudamore.

Sleep, painted ceiling with subject representing, Hampton (2), p. 40b.

Slinger, Sarah, see Fly, Henry.

Sloane, Sir Hans, baronet, gateway given to Earl of Burlington by, Chiswick (2), p. 8b.

Smith:
-, Anne, wife of William Smith, see Francklin, John.
-, Samuel, 17134, and Susanna his wife, 1702 (?), floor-slab, Edgware (2), p. 16b.
-, William, 1592, and Jone his wife, brass, Enfield (1), p. 21b.
-, William, 16734, headstone, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Soldiers, figures representing, Hornsey (3) (staircase), p. 80a.

Sole Bay, Battle of, tapestries representing, Hampton (2), p. 39a.

Somerset, Duke of, see Seymour.

Sonkey, John, 1603, and Alice his wife, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a.

Southall Manor House, Norwood (2), p. 99b.

Southgate, pp. 1112.

Southlands, Drayton, West (12), p. 15a.

South Mimms, pp. 936.

" Street, Isleworth (1518), p. 88a, b.

Southwell, Lady Anne (Harris), 1636, wife first of Sir Thomas Southwell and second of Henry Sibthorp, monument and panels, Acton (1), p. 1a.

Spaniards Inn, see under Inns.

Sparrow Farm, Mimms, South (10), p. 96b.

Spencer or Spenser:
-, Alice, see Egerton.
-, Mary (Goldsmith) wife of Sir Edward Spenser, 16589, floor-slab, Brentford, New (1), p. 4b.

Spicer, Honoria, daughter of Thomas Spicer, see White, Thomas.

Spooner, Richard, 1701, floor-slab, Uxbridge (1), p. 129b.

Spoons, see under Plate, Church.

Sprignell, achievement-of-arms of, Hornsey (3), p. 80a; Cromwell House built by member of family of, Hornsey (3), p. 79a.

Springfield House: Chiswick (39), p. 10b; Cranford (5), p. 13a.

Spurr, George and Ann, 1704, monument, Stanmore, Great (1), 114a.

Squints:
-, c. 1500: Tottenham (1), p. 120b.
-, Uncertain Date: Enfield (1), p. 21a.

Stables:
-, 16th-century: Hampton (3), p. 48b; Heston (3), p. 74b; Isleworth (5), p. 86b.
-, 17th-century: Chiswick (15), p. 9b; Cranford (3), p. 13a; Ickenham (2), p. 84a; Ruislip (40), p. 109b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Hampton Wick (1), p. 51a.
-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (11), p. 49b; Hillingdon, West (8), p. 78a.

Staines, pp. 1123; Ashford formerly a chapel of, Ashford (1), p. 2a.

Staircases:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, In Churches:
-,-, 17th-century: Hayes (1), p. 70b; Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b; Uxbridge (1), p. 129b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Northolt (1), p. 97b; Twickenham (1), p. 125a.
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 32b, 33b, 35b; Pinner (9), p. 104a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Mimms, South (4), p. 95b; Pinner (2), p. 103b.
-,-, 17th-century: Brentford, New (2), p. 5b; Edmonton (2), p. 19a; Enfield (14), p. 24b; Hampton (2), pp. 38b, 39a, 41a, 44b; (3), pp. 48b49a; Harmondsworth (3), p. 62b; (28), p. 63b; Hornsey (3), p. 79b; Ickenham (2), p. 83b; Northolt (7), p. 98a; Pinner (7), p. 104a; Sunbury (3), (4), p. 118b; Tottenham (7), (8), p. 123a; Twickenham (3), p. 125b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Chiswick (4), p. 8b; (7), p. 9a; Enfield (8), p. 24a; Hampton (2), p. 41a; Harefield (4), p. 56a; Littleton (3), p. 92b; Tottenham (6), p. 123a; Twickenham (6), p. 126a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Bedfont, East (4), p. 4a; Chiswick (12), p. 9b; Enfield (11), p. 24b; Hampton (2), p. 42b; (4), p. 49a; (6), p. 49b; Heston (3), p. 74b; Hornsey (5), (6), (7), p. 80a, b; Mimms, South (9), p. 96b; Ruislip (15), p. 109a; Shepperton (2), p. 111a; Staines (10), (11), (13), (14), p. 113a; Twickenham (4), (5), p. 126a; Willesden (2), p. 134b.

Stalls:
-, 15th-century: Littleton (1), p. 92b.

Stand-patens, see under Plate, Church.

Stanford le Mote, homestead moat on site of Manor house of, Cranford (2), p. 12b.

Stanley:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Alice, wife of Ferdenando, 5th Earl of Derby, see Egerton.
-, Henry, 1528, brass, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.

Stanmore, Great, pp. 1134.

" Little, pp. 1145; bells said to have come from, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.

Stanwell, pp. 1158; Earthwork in, p. xxii.

Stanwellmoor, cottage at, Stanwell (8), p. 117b.

Stanyon:
-, Abraham, 1696, floor-slab, Harefield (1), p. 55b.
-, John, 1701, floor-slab, Harefield (1), p. 55b.

Staple of Calais, see under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Star and Garter, see under Inns.

Statues:
-, 17th-century: Southgate (3), p. 112a.
-, Busts:
-,-, 17th-century: Ickenham (1) (Earl of Essex), p. 81b; Ickenham (2) (Charles I and Lord Fairfax), p. 83a.
-, Bronze: Hampton (2), p. 46a.
-, Lead: Hampton (2), p. 47b.

Stewart, George, son of Esm, Duke of Lennox, arms of, on church plate, Littleton (1), p. 92b.

Stonard, John, 170910, floor-slab, Uxbridge (1), p. 129b.

Stone, Nicholas: font by, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; monuments by: Enfield (1), p. 22a; Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; Stanwell (1), p. 117a; porch or doorway attributed to, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 113b.

Stoughton, Ann, see Barker.

Stoups:
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: Northolt (1), p. 97b.
-, 15th-century: Heston (1), p. 74a; Perivale (1), p. 101b; Ruislip (1), p. 107b.
-, c. 1500: Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b.
-, Medival: Ickenham (1), p. 82a.

Strand on the Green, Chiswick (27)(41), p. 10a, b.

Strange:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Stanley under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, John le, Lord Strange, 1479, and Jacquette (Widville) his wife, brass, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.

Stratford, Francis, 1704, monument, Acton (1), p. 1a.

Strawberry Hill, Twickenham (8), p. 126b.

" House, Chiswick (9), p. 9a.

Streater:
-, Robert, paintings at Swakeleys attributed to, Ickenham (2), p. 83b.
-, Robert, junr., painter employed at Hampton Court, p. 37b.

Street, G. E., South Mimms Church restored by, p. 93a.

Stringer:
-, Reebeckah, widow of Sir Thomas Stringer, 17145, coffin-plate, Enfield (1), p. 21b.
-, Sir Thomas, 1689, coffin-plate, Enfield (1), p. 21b.
-, Col. Thomas, 1706, coffin-plate, Enfield (1), p. 21b.
-, Thomas, 1706, monument with bust of, Enfield (1), p. 22a.

Stroud, Margaret, see Trevelyan.

Stuart, Mary, see Aston, Sir Roger.

Stud House, Hampton Wick (1), p. 51a.

Stukeley, William, cited: Edgware (1), p. 16b; Kingsbury (1), pp. 89a, xxiii; Laleham (3), pp. 90b, xxiii.

Sturmy, John, 16545, floor-slab, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

Sudbury Court, Wembley (2), p. 132a.

Suley, Judeth, 1712, headstone, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

Sulloniac, Roman settlement, Edgware (1), pp. 16a, xxvii.

Sunbury, p. 118.

Sundials:
-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), p. 47a; Harmondsworth (3), p. 62a; Tottenham (8) (painted), p. 123a.
-, Early 18th-century: Perivale (1), p. 101a; Willesden (1), p. 133b.
-, Undated: Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b.
-, Scratch-dials: Cowley (1), p. 11a; Harefield (1), p. 55b; Hayes (1), p. 70b; Kingsbury (1), p. 89b.

Sun House, Harmondsworth (11), p. 63a.

Suthcote, Roger de, indent of 14th-century brass of, Ruislip (1), p. 106a.

Swakeley Farm, Harefield (28), p. 58a.

Swakeleys, Ickenham (2), p. 82b; bust from screen, now in church, Ickenham (1), p. 81b; house at the entrance to, Ickenham (10), p. 84b.

Swan House, Chiswick (11), p. 9a.

" Road, Nos. 84 and 85, Drayton, West (6), p. 15a.

" Street, Nos. 57, Isleworth (10), p. 88a.

Swords, see under Arms and Armour.

Symons, Thomas, 1521, brass, Greenford (1), p. 29a.

Symson, Robert, 1497, brass, Cowley (1), p. 11a.

Syon House, formerly Abbey, Isleworth (5), p. 86a.

Tapestries:
-, c. 1500: Hampton (2), p. 35b (Flemish).
-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 35a, (Brussels); pp. 35b, 41b, 43a (Flemish); p. 43a (Franco-Flemish).
-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), p. 39a (Mortlake); p. 41a (Brussels copies of Raphael's cartoons).
-, Early 18th-century: Hampton (2), p. 39b (Brussels).

Taverner, Richard, 1638, monument erected by Elizabeth his widow, Ealing (1), p. 15b.

Taylor:
-, Joseph, 1714, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Richard, 1698, Ann his wife, 1700, and Richard and Ann their grandchildren, Chiswick (1), p. 8a.

Teddington, p. 119.

Terpsichore, painting perhaps representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a.

Terra-cotta Work:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, Plaques:
-,-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), pp. 32a, 33b, 36a; Hanworth (2), p. 52a.
-, Panels:
-,-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 32a, b, 33b.

Terry, William, 1672, and Mary (Lambert) his wife (?), 16656, floor-slab, Greenford (1), p. 29b.

Testers, see Canopies.

Thames Street, Hampton (1720), p. 50b.

" Valley Cottage, Hampton (22), p. 50b.

" View, Chiswick (6), p. 8b.

Thatcher, William, church plate given by, Hornsey (1), p. 78b.

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

Thorneton, Richard, 1544, and Alys his wife, brass, Greenford (1), p. 29a.

Thornhill, Sir James, painter employed at Hampton Court Palace, p. 39b.

Thorp, Richard de, 1408, brass, Stanwell (1), p. 117a.

Three Fishes Inn, see under Inns.

" Tuns, see under Inns.

Tiberius, Emperor, terra-cotta plaque with bust of, Hampton (2), p. 32a.

Tijou, Jean, smith, employed at Hampton Court, pp. 37b, 39a, 47a, b.

Tiles, Slip:
-, 14th-century: Ruislip (1), p. 107b.

Time: figures representing, Brentford, New (2) (ceiling), p. 5b; Edmonton (1) (monument), p. 18b.

Tipper Farm, Ickenham (7), p. 84b.

Tiptoft:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; also Lovell and Roos under Heraldry.
-, Joyce (Charlton), wife of Sir John Tiptoft (Lord Tiptoft and Powis), 1446, altar-tomb with brass of, Enfield (1), p. 21b.

Titus, Emperor, terra-cotta plaque representing, Hampton (2), p. 36a.

Tompion, Thomas, sundial by, Hampton (2), p. 47a.

Tottenham, pp. 119223.

Touchet, Anne, wife first of Grey Brydges, Lord Chandos, and second of Mervyn Touchet, Earl of Castlehaven, figure of, on tomb of her mother, Harefield (1), p. 54b.

Townsend, Bruce Castle altered by family of, Tottenham (4), p. 121b.

Trajan, Emperor, terra-cotta plaque with bust of, Hampton (2), p. 33b.

Treaty House, The Old, Uxbridge (2), p. 129b.

Trelawny, . . . ., see Basset.

Trevelyan, Margaret (Stroud), wife of George Trevelyan, 1646 (or 7), monument, Heston (2), p. 74a.

Trinity, The: see also Holy Trinity under Dedications; palimpsest brass of two parts of, Harefield (1), p. 54a; indents of: Brentford, New (1), p. 4b; Harefield (1), p. 55a.

Trinitarians, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Trion, Leonora (Vierendeeils), see Bennet.

Trotman, Frances, daughter of Samuel Trotman, 1698, monument, Acton (1), p. 1b.

Tudor badges, see Badges under Heraldry.

" Cottage, Pinner (4), p. 104a.

" Court, see Hanworth Park, Hanworth (2), p. 52a.

Turner:
-, Judith, see Ashby, John.
-, Mary (Ewer), wife of Edward Turner, floor-slab, Mimms, South (1), p. 95a.
-, William, 168990, and Judith his wife, 1711, table-tomb, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.

Twickenham, pp. 1237; original site of Syon Abbey at, Isleworth (5), p. 86a.

" Road, house on E. side of, Isleworth (23), p. 88b; Nos. 116122, Isleworth (19), p. 88b.

Twyford, West, p. 127.

Tyrwhytt or Terwhit, Robert, Master of the Buckhounds, 16512, monument, Hampton (1), p. 30a; brass to, and to Jane his sister, 1656, Hampton (1), p. 30a.

Upper Butts, No. 1, Brentford, New (3), p. 6a.

" Lodge, Hampton (11), p. 49b.

Uxbridge, pp. 127131.

Vaughan, Blanche, wife of Sir Hugh Vaughan, 1553, brass, Littleton (1), p. 92a.

Vaulting:
-, In Houses:
-, Brick:
-,-, Hampton (2), p. 38b; Sunbury (3), p. 118b.
-, Brick, Barrel, Hampton (2), pp. 33a, 38b.
-,-, " Ribbed:
-,-, 15th-century: Isleworth (5), p. 86b.
-,-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 35b.
-, Fan-vaulting:
-,-, 16th-century: Hampton (2), p. 34b.
-, Groined:
-,-, Hampton (2), p. 46b.
-, Plaster:
-,-, 17th-century: Ickenham (2), p. 83a.
-, Groined Plaster:
-,-, 17th-century: Hampton (2), p. 38a, 41a.

Vaux, Sir Theodore de, physician to Charles II, 1694, and Judith his second wife, monument, Isleworth (1), p. 85b.

Venus: bust of, Hampton (2), p. 39b; painting perhaps representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a; lead statue of, Hampton (2), p. 47b; see also under Mars; with Adonis, possibly represented on fire-back, Hampton (2), p. 40b; meeting Aeneas, painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 41b; and Cupid (?), painting representing, Hampton (2), p. 46a; with amorini or putti, marble panel representing, Hampton (2), p. 41a.

Verandah House, Finchley (5), p. 27a.

Verrio, Antonio, painter employed at Hampton Court, pp. 37b, 39a, b, 40b, 46a.

Vicarage, The: Drayton, West (3), p. 14b; Enfield (15), p. 25a; Tottenham (5), p. 122a; wrought-iron gate at The Priory originally at, Tottenham (5), p. 122a.

" Cottage, Edmonton (4), p. 19b.

Victoria and Albert Museum: 16th-century door-head or fireplace from house in Gentleman's Row in, Enfield (6), p. 22b; tapestry from Hampton Court at, Hampton (2), p. 35a; Raphael cartoons in, Hampton (2), p. 41a.

Vierendeeils, Leonora, see Bennet.

Virtue, figure of, on fire-back, Hampton Wick (1), p. 51a.

Virtues, figures of, on monument, Greenford (1), p. 29b; and Vices, tapestries representing Conflict of, Hampton (2), p. 35b.

Vitellius, Emperor, terra-cotta plaque with bust of, Hampton (2), p. 33b.

Voluptas, figure of, on fire-back, Hampton Wick (1), p. 51a.

Vos, Josse de, tapestries woven by, Hampton (2), p. 39b.

Vulliamy, C. E., cited, Edgware (1), p. 16a.

Vyner:
-, Sir Robert, Bart., church-plate given by, Ickenham (1), p. 82a; Swakeleys owned by, Ickenham (2), p. 82b.
-, Thomas, 1707, monument, Ickenham (1), p. 81b.

Wait, Daniel, and Anne his wife, subsequently wife of Sir John Coryton, Bart., 1707, monument, Acton (1), p. 1b.

Waldo, Sir Edward, 17078, monument, Harrow (1), p. 66b.

Walkdine, Jefrye, 1599, brass, Tottenham (1), p. 121a.

Walker, Mary, daughter of John Walker, 1685, monument, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.

Wall-paintings, see under Paintings.

Wall-paper, Twickenham (22), p. 127a.

Walls, Enclosure:
-, 16th-century: Drayton, West (1), (2), p. 14b; Hampton (2), pp. 47b, 48a; Harefield (7), p. 56b; Hillingdon, East (2), p. 76b; (4), 77a; Isleworth (5), p. 88a.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Tottenham (9), p. 123b.
-, 17th-century: Enfield (8), p. 24a; Hampton (2), pp. 46b 47a, b; Hanworth (2), p. 52a; Harmondsworth (3), p. 62b; Harrow Weald (1), p. 68a; Hillingdon, East (3), p. 77a; Pinner (5), p. 104a.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Chiswick (2), p. 8b; Hampton (11), p. 50a.

Walnut Tree Road, Brentford, Old (10), p. 7b.

Walpole, Horace, Strawberry Hill owned by, Twickenham (8), p. 126b.

Walpole House, Chiswick (8), p. 9a.

Walter, Richard, glass given to church by, Mimms, South (1), p. 94b.

War, figure representing, Brentford, New (2) (ceiling), p. 5b.

Ware, John, window of Hendon Church re-built under will of, p. 71a.

Warenne, arms of, before 1550, see Stanley under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; see also Berkeley under Heraldry.

Warham, William, Bishop of London, arms of, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

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

Watling Street, house in, Kingsbury (4), p. 89b.

Watt, John, 1701, floor-slab, Enfield (1), p. 22b; monument, Enfield (1), p. 22a.

Watts, Frances, see Ball.

Waxwell Farm, Pinner (17), p. 104b.

" Lane, houses in, Pinner (1516), p. 104b.

Wealdstone, p. 131.

Weather-vanes, see under Ironwork.

Webb:
-, Martha, wife of Needler Webb, see under Fitch, Thomas.
-, Sarah and Michael, children of William Webb, 1680, floor-slab, Uxbridge (1), p. 129b.
-, William, 1683, table-tomb, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b.

Webster, George, 1707, monument, Hampton (1), p. 30b.

Weekly House, Harmondsworth (28), p. 63b.

Weld:
-, Sir John, 16223, monument, Southgate (1), p. 112a; Southgate church founded by, Southgate (1), p. 111b.
-, Mary, see Allen, Sir Thomas.

Weld Chapel, stone tablet inscribed, Southgate (1), p. 112a.

Weldish, William, 1640, monument, Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b.

Welles, Frauncys, see Roberts, Edmunde.

Wells:
-, 17th-century: Hendon (2), p. 72b.
-, Undated: Willesden (3), p. 134b.

Welsted, Henry, 1651, and Katherine his wife, 1634, floor-slab, Ruislip (1), p. 107a.

Wembley, pp. 1312.

West Drayton, pp. 1315.

West Hillingdon, pp. 778.

Westley, Edward, S.T.B., 1673, floor-slab, Littleton (1), p. 92b.

Weston, Peter de, see under Bellfounders.

West Twyford, p. 127.

Wheler, Robert, see Deicrowe.

Whichcot or Wichcut:
-, Sir Jeremy, Bart., 1677, monument, Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, Sir Paul, paten given by, Hendon (1), p. 72b.

Whitchurch or Little Stanmore, pp. 1145.

White:
-, George, 1673, floor-slab, Uxbridge (1), p. 129b.
-, Thomas, 16101, and Mary, Martha and Honnor, his wives, brass, Finchley (1), p. 26b.
-, Thomas, monument to relatives of: Honoria (Spicer) Cason, his mother, 1638, Nathaniel his brother, 1638, Hannah his sister, 1632, Honoria his neice, 1638, Greenford (1), p. 29b.

White Cottage, Shepperton (5), p. 111b.

" Hart Inn, see under Inns.

Whiteheath Farm, Harefield (18), p. 57b.

White Horse Inn, see under Inns.

" House, Heston (7), p. 75a.

" Lion Inn, see under Inns.

Whitmore, William, see under Bellfounders.

Wiatt, see Wyatt.

Widgy, Hannah, widow of William Widgy, 1711, monument, Greenford (1), p. 29b.

Widville:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Stanley under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Jacquette, see Strange, John.

Wightman:
-, Philip, see under Bellfounders.
-, William, 1579, and Etheldreda his wife, brass, Harrow (1), p. 66a.
-, William, see under Bellfounders.

Wilcocks, Mary, see Barkham.

Wilkins, Robert, 17123, floor-slab, Edmonton (1), p. 19a.

Wilkinson, William, 1658, floor-slab, Pinner (1), p. 103a.

Willesden, Bartholomew, 1492, and his two wives, both called Margaret, brass, Willesden (1), p. 133b.

Willesden, pp. 1325.

" Paddocks, Willesden (5), p. 135a.

William III, King: initials of, Hampton (2), pp. 37a, 46a, 47a; locks with monogram of, Hampton (2), pp. 38b, 39b, 40a, 41a, 48a; mirror with monogram of, Hampton (2), p. 40b; tester with initials of, Hampton (2), p. 41a; and Queen Mary, additions to Hampton Court Palace by, pp. 32a, 46b; arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; initials of, at Hampton Court Palace, pp. 37b, 38a; on church plate, p. 42b; on iron screen, p. 47a; locks with monogram of, Hampton (2), pp. 40a, b, 41a, 46b; names inscribed on frieze at Hampton Court, p. 38a.

William IV, King, initials of, at Hampton Court Palace, Hampton (2), p. 33b.

Williamson, Martha, see Bedingfield, John.

Willis, William, 1710, and Isabella, 17.., children of Dr. Richard Willis, Dean of Lincoln, floor-slab, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.

Willoughby, Baptyste, 161011, floor-slab, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114b.

Wilson:
-, Anne, daughter of Milles Wilson, 1569, brass, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76a.
-, Mary, see Ashe, Sir Joseph.

Winchester College (Hants): priory at Harmondsworth the property of, Harmondsworth (2), p. 61b; stalls said to have come from, Littleton (1), p. 92b.

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

Windsor (Berks): terra-cotta plaques from, Hampton (2), p. 32b; statues from Hampton Court Palace at, Hampton (2), p. 38a.

" Street, Uxbridge (2737), p. 131a, b.

Wolmat (?), name cut on screen, Harrow (3), p. 67b.

Wolsey, Thomas, Cardinal: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; building at Hampton Court Palace by, Hampton (2), pp. 30b, 33b, 34a, 36a, b, 41b, 43b, 44b; panel with arms, hat, staff, etc., of, Hampton (2), p. 33b; tapestries bought for Hampton Court Palace by, Hampton (2), pp. 31a, 35b; terra-cotta plaques made for, Hampton (2), p. 33b.

Wolsey's Cottage, Hampton Wick (6), p. 51a.

Wolstenholme:
-, Forty Hall owned by family of, Enfield (8), p. 23a; arms and crest of, on font, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.
-, Sir John, church re-built by, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 113b; 1639, monument with effigy, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a; 1639, table-tomb, and to John his father and two grandchildren both named William, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.
-, John, 1669, monument, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.

Wood:
-, Mortuary chapel built by family of, Littleton (1), p. 91b.
-, Dean, high cross re-built by, Tottenham (3), p. 121b.
-, Elizabeth, 1711, monument, Kingsbury (1), p. 89b.
-, Rose, church-plate given by, Hillingdon, East (1), p. 76b.

Wood Green, p. 135.

" Lane, house in, Ruislip (17), p. 109a.

Woodman's Farm, Ruislip (22), p. 109a.

Woodridings School, Grim's Dyke at, p. xxiv.

Woodroffe House, Chiswick (4), p. 8b.

Woosley, Frances, 1712, floor-slab, Harmondsworth (1), p. 61b.

Worcester Lodge, Enfield (10), p. 24b.

Wren, Sir Christopher: Old Court House leased to, Hampton (6), p. 49a; additions and alterations to Hampton Court Palace by, pp. 31b, 37a, 41b, 46a; monogram possibly of, at Hampton Court Palace, p. 38b; reredos designed by, Hampton (2), p. 42a; Isleworth Church attributed to, Isleworth (1), p. 84b.

Wright, Sir Edmund: Swakeleys built 6y, Ickenham (2), p. 82b; rain-water heads with initials of, Ickenham (2), p. 83a.

Wrothe, James, 1616, coffin-plate, Enfield (1), p. 21b.

Wyatt, Wyat or Wiatt:
-, Henry, 1683, and Martha (Haw...) his wife, 1686, monument, Perivale (1), p. 101b.
-, James, Hanworth Church re-built from designs of, Hanworth (1), p. 51b.
-, Richard, 1619, monument with effigies, Isleworth (1), p. 85b.

Wyke Farm, homestead moat near, Isleworth (2), p. 86a.

Wyllyots Manor, Mimms, South (7), p. 96a.

Wyrley, Sibyll, see Browne, Rupert.

Wythie, Richard, 1668, floor-slab, Uxbridge (1), p. 129b.

Yeomen of the Guard, figures of, flanking fireplace, Hampton (2), p. 39a.

Yew-Trees, cut, Bedfont, East (1), p. 3b.

Yiewsley, p. 135.

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

York House, Twickenham (3), p. 125a.

" Lodge, Hampton Wick (2), p. 51a.

Young:
-, Christopher, 17089, monument, Hendon (1), p. 72a.
-, Isaac, 1705, table-tomb, Stanmore, Great (1), p. 114a.

Youngwood Farm, Ruislip (28), p. 109a.

Zodiac, Signs of, on astronomical clock, Hampton (2), p. 33b.

Zoffany House, Chiswick (37), p. 10b.