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Analytical Index

Pages 185-199

Ancient and Historical Monuments in the City of Salisbury. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1977.

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ANALYTICAL INDEX

Abarough, arms of, see Heraldry.

Adoration, painted panel, (3) 31a.

Albion Inn (301) 125b.

Aldermen, see Occupations.

Alessaundre, William, owner of The Barracks, (258) 118a.

All Saints, see Dedications of Churches.

Allesley, Thomas, tenant at George Inn, (173) 97b.

Almshouses and Hospitals:
-, 13th-century: St. Nicholas, (26) 54b.
-, 18th-century: Frowd's, (33) 58b; General Infirmary, (22), 52b; Hayter's, (30) 58a; Trinity, (27) 56b.
-, 19th-century: Blechynden's, (28) 58a; Brown's, (31) 58b; Culver Street, (29) 58a; Taylor's, (32) 58b.

Altars: see also Communion Tables.
-, 12th-century: liv; Old Sarum, (1) 9a; (2) 22b; St. George's (9) 44a.
-, Mediaeval: Trinity Hospital, (27) 57b.
-, 19th-century: St. Osmund's, (10) 45a.

Alward of Ramsbury, tomb-slab, Old Sarum, (2) 21a-b.

Anchor Inn (235) 113b.

Anchor and Hope Inn (374) 141a.

Andrew, St., see Dedications of Churches.

Angel Inn (77), 68a.

Anne, Queen, arms of, see Heraldry; portrait in Guildhall, (13) 47a.

Annunciation, painted panel, (3) 30b; embroidered, (3) 31a; sculptured, (4) 35a.

Antelope Chequer, 107.

" Inn (208) 108a.

Antrum, William, churchwarden of St. Martin's, (4) 35b.

Apothecaries, see Occupations.

Architects, Builders and Surveyors:
-, Atkinson, T.: (22) 52b.
-, Bath, Frederick: (185) 104a.
-, Butterfield, William: (9) 43b.
-, Carter, Owen: (15) 50a.
-, Cockerell, S. P.: (14) 49a.
-, Crickmay & Son: (4), liii; (26) 56a; (97) 73b; (98) 76a.
-, Figes, Sarum: (20) 52a.
-, Fisher, F. R.: (173) 98a; (185) 104a.
-, Hall, H: (133) Pinkney's Bank, 89a.
-, Hopper, Thomas: (13) 46b.
-, Kingdon & Shearm: xxvi.
-, Naish: xxxvi, xxxvii, Pl. 16; (16) 51b; (27) 57a; (187) 105a; (199) 106b; (415) 147b; (423) 148b.
-, Osmund, W.: (15) 50a.
-, Peniston, J., J. M., and H.: xxvii; (25) 54b; (55) 63b; (64) 65a; (67) 65a; (83) 70a; (84) 70a; (110) 80a; (140) 90a; (142) 91a; (159) 93b; (1624) 94a; (203) 107b; (208) 108a; (287) 123a; (304), (305) 128a; (306) 128b; (307) 129a; (330) 131b; (351) 136a; (352) 137b; (359) 139a; (381) 142b; Vanner's Chequer, 146b; (423) 148b.
-, Pilkington, William: (13) 46a.
-, Pugin, A. W. N.:(10) 44b, 45a; (185) 104a.
-, Scott, George Gilbert: (5), liii.
-, Sleat, W.: xxvii; (165) 94a; (172) 97a.
-, Speed, John: xlvii; li; Pl.1;(5) 37a; (16) 51a.
-, Strapp, W.: (25) 54b.
-, Street, G. E.: (3), liii, 25a.
-, Surman, Robert: (22) 52b.
-, Taylor, Sir Robert: (13) 46a.
-, Webb, D.: (10), liii.
-, Wood, John: (22), xlix, lxiii, 52b.
-, Wyatt, T. H.: St. Paul's church (replacing (7)), liii.

Arney, Jane, 1650, floor-slab, (6) 41a.

Ashlar, see Building Construction

Ashleigh, William, owner of land in White Hart Chequer, (259) 118b.

Askew, Robert, 1814, and Thomas, 1831, table-tomb (7) 42a.

Assembly House, former, on site of, (199) 105b.

" Rooms, former, (175) 100a, Pl. 104.

Athelstan, coins of, xxix.

Atkinson, T., see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

" Thomas, 1838, and Charlotte, 1845, tablet, (7) 42a.

Aubyn, Philip, owner of Bolehall, (140) 89b.

Audeley, Sir Thomas, 1495, owner of The Leg, (172) 97a.

Audley, arms of, see Heraldry.

Audley House (99) 76b.

Aumbry, 13th-century, (26) 56b.

Avon Valley, the bishop's estates in, xxix.

Ayleswade Bridge (17), xxxiii, xxxvii, li, lxi, 51b.

Bailey, M., 1771, churchwarden of St. Thomas's, (3) 29a.

Bailiff, see Occupations.

Baker:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Colonel, 18th-century resident, xlix.
-, Edward, 1796, HP, 1794, Jane, 1800, hatchments, (4) 34b.
-, Edward, 1796, Jane, 1800, monument, (4) 34b.

Bakers, see Occupations.

Ballard, Dorothea, 1709, brass, (3) 29a.

" Dr. John, lessee of No. 47 High Street, (87), 1698, 71a.

Balle's Place (351), xlii, xliv, xlv, lxi, 135b; see also (361) 140a.

Baly, William, owner of shops etc., 1396, (35) 59b.

Banks, Ann, 1785, and Benjamin, 1795, musical instrument maker, monument, (3) 30b.

" Richard, 1649, purchaser of part of Pynok's Inn, (77) 68a.

Barber, John, brazier, 1403, xlii.

Barbers, see Occupations.

Barge-boards:
-, 14th-century: George Inn, (173) 98a; New Canal, (177) 101a; Rose & Crown, (576) 169b.
-, 19th-century: Minster Street, (55) 64a.

Barley Mow Inn (372) 141a.

Barnaby, Mary, 1724, floor-slab, (3) 30b.

Barnard's Cross Chequer, 115a.

" " House (273), lxii, 121a.

Barnes, arms of, see Heraldry.

Barns and Outbuildings: xliv.
-, Barns: Toll Gate Inn, (279) 121b; Bemerton, (528) 163b; Devizes Road, (535) 164a; Stratford, (550) 165b; Milford, (572) 168b.
-, Coach-houses and Stables: Bell & Crown, (310) 129a; Five Bells, (369) 141a; Anchor & Hope, (374) 141b; Greencroft Street, (416) 147b; Endless Street, (465) 154b; Fisherton, (504) 160a; Bemerton, (521) 162a; (528) 163b; Stratford, (546) 165a.
-, Garden Houses: Castle St., (427) 151a; Milford Manor, (570) 168b.
-, Granary: Stratford, (560) 167b.
-, Malt-house: Crane Bridge Rd., (504) 160a.

Baron, Christina, owner of house in Oatmeal Row, xli.

'Barracks, The' (258), xlii, xliv, lxii, 118a. Fireplace from, (102) 78a.

Bartlett, James, 1768 monument, (4) 35a.

", Mr., 1818, hospital benefactor, (22) 52b.

Baskerville, Ann, 1749, John, 1761, Mary, 1768, Thomas, 1781, monuments, (5) 38b.

Bath, Frederick, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Batt:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, 1723, hatchment, (4) 34b.
-, William, 1794, donor of plate, (22) 52b.

Batten, John, lessee of cottages in Crane Street, (93) 72b.

Baudrey, John, 14th-century property owner, Brown Street, (259) 118b; St. Ann's Street, (305), xlvi, 128a.

Baxter, Richard, 1692, churchwardens' inscription on bell, (9) 44b.

Bayley, John, owner of Church House, 1578, (97) 73b.

Baylye:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John and Catherine, 1600, brass, (3), lv, 29a.

Beare, J., restorer of glass, (185) 104a.

Beauchamp, arms of see Heraldry.

", Bishop, rental of, xxvi; (102) 77b.

Becket or Beckot, John, will of, 1416, (233) 113a; (305) 128a.

Beckham:
-, Humphrey, 1671, wood carver, lvii; monument, (3) 30b; chimneypiece, (128) 82b.
-, Reynald, 1593, joiner, lix.

Beckingham, John, 16th-century owner of College, (14) 48a.

Beconsall, Robert, see Bellfounders.

Bedwin Street, 145a, 146, 147, 155b, 157a.

Bee, Matthew, mayor 1600, xlvii; builder of Cradock House, (304) 127a.

Bell and Crown Inn (203) 107b.

Bell-cage, 1711, (6) 40b.

Bell-cote, 18th-century, (27) 57a; c. 1800, (8) 42b.

Bellevue House (462) 154b.

Bellfounders: liv
-, Beconsall, Robert: (7) 41b.
-, Bolter, Nathanial: (5) 38a.
-, Danton, John: (4) 34a.
-, Flower or Florey, Richard: (4) 34a.
-, Mears, Thomas: (4) 34a; (5) 38a; (7) 41a.
-, Purdue, William: (5) 38a.
-, Reading foundry: (8) 43a.
-, Rudhall, Abraham: (3) 29a.
-, Tosiear, Clement: (9) 44b.
-, Wallis, John: (3) 29a; (4) 34a; (6) 40b; (7) 41b; (26) 56b.
-, Wells, Robert: (3) 29a; (4) 38a; (6) 40b.

Bell-foundry, (248) 115a.

Bell-frame, 1656, (5) 38a.

Bells: liv.
-, 14th-century: liv.
-, 16th-century: c. 1540, (8) 43a; Wallis, 1581, (3) 29a; 1582, (4) 34a; 1594, (6) 40b.
-, 17th-century: Wallis, 1609, (7) 41b; Beconsall, 1616, (7) 41b; Wallis, 1623, (26) 56b; Wallis and Danton, 1624, (4) 34a; Purdue and Bolter, 1656, (5) 38a; Florey, 1675, (4) 34a; Anon., 1683 (recast), (3) 29a; Tosiear, 1692, (9) 44b.
-, 18th-century: 1702? (27) 57b; Rudhall, 1716, (3) 29a; Wells, 1767, (6) 40b; 1771, (3) 29a; 1773, (5) 38a.
-, 19th-century: Mears, 1832, 1842, (7), 41b; 18423, (4), 34a; 1846, (5) 38a.

Bemerton, development of, 1.

" House (520) 161b.

" Rectory (528), lxiv, 163a.

" Village, 161163.

Benefactor's Tables:
-, 18th-century: St. Nicholas's (26) 56b.
-, 19th-century: (3) 29a; (7) 41b.

Berber, James, 1762, scratching, (5) 38b.

Berecorner, (Bear Corner) mediaeval tenement, (219) 109a.

Bernasconi, Francis, see Plasterers.

Bewde, Elizabeth, 1662, floor-slab, (6) 41a.

Bingham, Bishop, xxxviii, li, lxi, builder of St. John's, (11) 45a; Ayleswade Bridge, (17) 51b; St. Nicholas's Hospital, (26) 55a.

Bishop's Guildhall, demolished, (13) 46a.

Bishop's Mill, now Town Mill, (66), xxxiii, 65a.

Bishop's Palace, Old Sarum, (2) 21b.

Bishopsdown, pottery found, Old Sarum, (1) 5b; track to, (1) 12b.

Blackall, arms of, see Heraldry.

Black Horse Chequer, 89b.

" " Inn, former, (142) 91a.

Blake:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, I., churchwarden, (6) 40b.
-, John, 1803, Margaret, 1812, tablet, (4) 35a.

Blakebrigge, across Town Ditch near Raie d'Or Inn, (227) 111b.

Blecher, Thomas, 1405, ironmonger, xli.

Blechynden's Almshouses (28) 58a.

Blue Boar Chequer, 132a.

" " Inn (344), xlv, 133b.

" " Row, xl, xlvii; (335)(341) 132a133a; old views, Pls. 8, 14.

Bolehall, (140), xliv, lxi, 89b.

Bolter, Nathaniel, see Bellfounders.

Borough, I., churchwarden, 1711, (6) 41a.

Borry, Henry, 14th-century owner of Bolehall, (140) 89b.

Bothelrewe, Bottle Row, xl.

Boucher:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, William, 1676, and others, monument, (7) 42a.

Bouchier, arms of, see Heraldry.

Bower, Robert, Mayor, 1584, donor of chair, (13) 47b.

Bowerman:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Anne, 1630, monument, (6) 41a.
-, Anne, 1652, monument, (6) 41a.
-, Andrew, 1655, floor-slab, (6) 41a.

Bowling Green House (505) 160a.

Bowyers, see Occupations.

Boyton, Thomas and William, owners of property in Cheesemarket, (37) 61a; and in Queen Street, (133) 88a.

Box-Pews, see Seating.

Brasses, Monumental: liv
-, 16th-century (figures): Webbe, (3) 29a,
-, 17th-century (inscriptions): Eyre, Bayle, Viner, (3) 29a; Carpenter, (4) 34a; Dove, (5) 38a.
-, 18th-century (inscriptions): Ballard, (3) 29a; Godwin, (4) 34a.

Brereton, arms of, see Heraldry.

Brick, see Building Construction.

Bridewell, xlvii.

Bridge House, Bemerton, (518) 161b.

" Street, xli, xlviii.

Bridges: xxxvii, Pl. 19.
-, 13th-century: Ayleswade, (17) 51b.
-, 14th-century: Milford, (19) 52a.
-, 17th-century: Crane, (18) 51b.
-, 18th-century: Mutton's, (21) 52a.
-, 19th-century: Laverstock, (20) 52a; Dairyhouse (21) 52a; Hatches, (21) 52a.

Bridport, Bishop Giles de, founder of De Vaux College, (3278), xl, lxi.

Brown, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Brown Street, xliii, 84b, 108a.
-, Monuments in, (140)(142) 89b91a; (222)(224) 111a; (228)(230) 112a; (256)(259) 117b118b; (264)(269) 119b120a.

Brown, Thomas, Almshouses, (31) 58b.

Buckingham, Duke of, supposed execution place, 1483, (344) 134a.

Buckler, John, see Painters and Engravers.

Bugmore, xxxii, xxxiv. Defences, (16) 50b.

Building Construction (notable): lxlxiii
-, Ashlar:
-,-, 11th-century: (1) 69; (2) 16b.
-,-, 12th-century: (2) 17b, 18a.
-,-, 13th-century: (3) 24a; (173) 97a.
-,-, 15th-century: (5) 37a; (15) 50a; (19) 52a; (97) 73a; (185) 104a; (258) 118a.
-,-, 16th-century: (557) 166b; (588) 171b.
-,-, 17th-century: (18) 51b; (97) 73a; (173) 98a; (557) 166b.
-, Brick: xlviil, lxii, lxiii.
-,-, 17th-century: (3) 60a; (87) 71a; (247) 115a.
-,-, 18th-century: (22) 52b; (33) 58a; (297) 124a; (307) 128b; (354) 138a; (468) 155a.
-, Brick with stone dressings:
-,-, 17th-century: (22) 52b; (27) 56b; (86) 70b; (101) 77a; (234) 113a; (247) 115a; (264) 119b; (304) 127a.
-,-, 18th-century: (27) 56b; (101) 77a; (199) 105b; (230) 112a; (289) 123a; (419) 148a; (427) 150a.
-, Chalk infill: xliv, (132) 80a.
-, Flint:
-,-, 11th-century: (1) 6, 7, 9b; (2) 16b.
-,-, 12th-century: (2) 17b, 18a; (9) 43a.
-,-, 13th-century: lxi; (3) 24a, 25b; (4) 32b.
-,-, 14th-century: (106) 78b.
-,-, 16th-century: (165) 94a.
-, Flint and ashlar: lxi.
-,-, 14th-century: lxii; (106) 78b.
-,-, 15th-century: (6) 39b; (97) 73a; (185) 103b.
-,-, 16th-century: (549) 165a; (588) 171b.
-,-, 17th-century: (528) 163a.
-, Mathematical-tiling: xlviii; (85) 70b; (94) 72b; (132) 85b; (137) 89a; (186), (187) 104b; (190), (192) 105a; (195) 105b; (203) 107a; (211) 108a; (320) 130a; (359) 139a; (383) 142b.
-, Timber framework: xliv, lxi, lxii.
-,-, 14th-century: (35) 59b; (71) 65a; (82) 68b; (102) 77b; (129) 82b; (132) 86a; (140) 90b; (173) 97a; (177) 100b; (219) 109a; (225) 111a; (302) 125b; (305) 128a; (351) 137a; (458) 153b; (576) 169a.
-,-, 15th-century: (55) 63b; (56) 64a; (63) 64b; (71) 65b; (107) 79; (128) 82a; (174) 99b; (250) 115b; (344) 133b; (399) 145a.
-,-, 16th-century: (44) 62a; (73) 66a; (92) 72a; (95) 73a; (102) 77b; (165) 94a; (310) 129a; (549) 165a; (581) 170a.
-,-, 17th-century: (155) 93a; (252) 116b; (293) 123b; (413) 147a.
-, Wattle and daub infill: xliv; (302) 126a; (443) 152b.

Burford, Thomas, 1404, owner of Blue Boar, (344), xlvi, 133b.

Burnham, John, wax chandler 1480, tenant of house, (215) 108b.

Burrough:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Sydenham, 1782, tablet, (5) 38b.

Burry, Henry, 1328, owner of Duynescorner, now Red Lion, (219) 109a.

Burt, arms of, see Heraldry.

Butcher Row, xl, xli.

Butchers, see Occupations.

Buterlegh or Byterlegh:
-, John, c. 1390, owner of property in New Canal, (177) 100b; of the Bolehall (140), 89b; of the Red Lion, (219) 109a.
-, Alice, 1396, owner of house in Milford Street, (250) 115b.

Butterfield, William, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Bystone, Thomas, 1417, owner of property in Milford Street, (249) 115a.

Calder:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Amelia, 1830, tablet, (7) 42a.

Cambrigg, Wm., 1418, owner of property in Milford Street, (151) 92a; and St. Ann's Street, (302) 126a.

Cammell (Camel, Camyl):
-, John, 1397, owner of No. 8 Queen Street, (128) 82a; of Bolehall, (140) 90a; of Red Lion, (219) 109a.
-, John, mayor 1449, owner of No. 8 Queen Street, (128) 82a.
-, Alice, 1400, and Joanna, 1455, owners of Bolehall, (140) 90a.

Campbell, arms of, see Heraldry.

Cantelupe, arms of, see Heraldry.

Capon, William, see Painters and Engravers.

Carpenter, John Sebastian, 1632, brass, (4), lv, 34a.

Carpenters, see Occupations.

Carter, Owen, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Carved Stonework (notable): Plates 29, 30, 42.
-, 12th-century: Old Sarum, (2) 16b, 19b, 20a.
-, 13th-century: (11) 46a; (93) 72b.
-, 15th-century: (3) chancel capitals, 26a; (4) corbels, 33a, 33b; (5) 38a; (97) 75a.
-, 16th-century: (4) 33b; (97) 75b.

Carved Woodwork (notable): Plates 10, 467, 67, 84.
-, 14th-century: George Inn (173) hammer-beams, 99a; 50 High Street (81) corbel, 68b.
-, 15th-century: (3) roof, 27b; (4) roof, 33b; (6) bosses, 40b; (9) bosses, 43b.
-, 17th-century: (3) Beckham monument, lvii, 30b; (6) pulpit, 41a; No. 8 Queen Street, (128) 82b; Joiner's Hall, (293) 123b.

Castle Hill: (561), (562) 167b.

" Street: (354) 132a; (381) 142b; (419)(446) 148153.

" " Gate (16) 50b, 51a.

Castlehaven, Lord, 1630, purchaser of property, (97) 73b.

Castleton, Thomas, 1400, owner of Plume of Feathers, (132) 85b.

Cathedral Choristers, tenements owned by, xxvii.

" Hotel (139) 89b.

Catherine Street, xxxvii; (188)(198) 105; (203)(217) 107, 108.

" Wheel Inn (151) 91b.

Caundel, John, dwelling of, (225) 111a.

Cave, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Ceilings, plaster (notable): Plates 93, 95.
-, 16th-century: (14) 49b; (102) 78a; (549) 165b.
-, 17th-century: (234) 113a; (581) 170b.
-, 18th-century: (419) 148a.
-, 19th-century: (299) 124b.

Cemeteries and Burials:
-, Saxon: Old Sarum xxviii; (1) 1b.
-, Mediaeval: Old Sarum (1) 4a, 12b; (2) 16a, 19b, 21a.
-, See also Monuments, Funeral.

Chafin or Chafyn:
-, Thomas, 1679, inscriptions, (3) lvii, 30a.
-, Thomas, 1523, and Scholastica, owners of property, (97), 73a.

Chairs:
-, Mayoral: (13) 47a, b.
-, In Churches, see Seating.

Chalk infill, see Building Construction.

Chandlers, see Occupations.

Chapelyn, Thomas, will 1415, (203) 107b; (270) 120a.

Chaplain, see Occupations.

Charlton, W. H., see Painters and Engravers.

Chaundeler, Chaundiler:
-, John, 1390, purchaser of Raie d'Or, (227) 111b; benefactor of Trinity Hospital, (236) 113b; will, 14067, (215) 108b.

Cheese Cross, xli.

Cheesecorner, xliii; tenement, (126) 81b; (128) 82b.

Cheesemarket, xl, xli, xlviii; (34)(38) 59a61b.

Chester:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Henry, 1786, and Hetty, 1812, tablet, (4) 35a.

Chests: lv, Plate 53.
-, Mediaeval: (6) 40b.
-, 16th-century: (4) 34b.
-, 17th-century: (6) 40b; (9) 44b.
-, 18th-century: (5) 38a; (6) 40b.
-, 19th-century: (4) 34b; (7) 42a.

Chese (Chuse or Juvws), 14th-century owners of Cheesecorner, (126) 81b.

Chiffinch, Thomas, churchwarden 1620, (4) 35b.

Chimney-pieces, see Fireplaces and Overmantels.

Chipper Lane, xxxvii, xlvi.

Chough Hotel (333) 132a.

Christopher, St., glass, (3) 29b.

Chubbe, Henry, 1399, baker in Brown Street, (219) 109a.

Church House (978), xlv, xlvii, lxii, lxiii, 73a76a.

" Street, 159a, b.

Churches and Chapels: lliii. See also Meeting Places, Non-Conformist.
-, 11th-century: (2) Old Sarum cathedral, 15; (4) St. Martin's, foundations, c. 1100, 31b.
-, 12th-century: (1) Old Sarum, chapels of St. Margaret and St. Nicholas, 8b, 9, 10a; (2) Cathedral, enlargements, 15b; (9) St. George's, 43a.
-, 13th-century: (3) St. Thomas's, 24a; (4) St. Martin's, 31b; (5) St. Edmund's, foundation of, 36a; (6) St. Lawrence's, 39a; (9) St. George's, window, 43a,b; (11) St. John's, 45a; (26) St. Nicholas's Hospital, 54b.
-, 14th-century: (3) St. Thomas's, 24b; (4) St. Martin's, tower, 31b; (6) St. Lawrence's, chancel arch, 39a; (8) St. Andrew's, 42a; (9) St. George's, chancel arch and S. chapel, 43a.
-, 15th-century: (3) St. Thomas's; (4) St. Martin's 32a; (5) St. Edmund's, 36a; (6) St. Lawrence's, 39a.
-, 16th-century: (3) St. Thomas's, vestry, 25a; (6) St. Lawrence's, buttresses, 39a.
-, 17th-century: (5) St. Edmund's, tower, 37a; (6) St. Lawrence's, repairs, 40a; (8) St. Andrew's, repairs, 42b.
-, 18th-century: (5) St. Edmund's, chancel 1776, 37a; (6) St. Lawrence's W. tower, 39a; (22) Infirmary chapel, 52b; (27) Trinity Hospital chapel, 56b, 57a.
-, 19th-century: (3) St. Thomas's, restoration, 25a; (4) St. Martin's, restorations, 32b; (5) St. Edmund's, chancel, 1865, 37a; (9) St. George's, restorations, 43b; (10) St. Osmund's, 44b.

Churchwardens, see Occupations.

City Arms Inn (47) 62b.

City Defences: xxxviii, (16) 50b. See also Ditches and Gates.

Clare, arms of, see Heraldry.

Clarendon, track to, 12b.

Clarendon, Lord, see Hyde.

" Forest, timber from, xl.

Clarke, arms of, see Heraldry.

Classification of House-plans, see Dwellings with classified plans.

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

Clerk, John, tanner, 1415, (203) 107b.

Clerk, see Occupations.

" -of-Works, see Occupations.

Cliff House, Harnham, (580) 170a.

Clifford, arms of, see Heraldry.

Clock-bells: liv, lv.
-, 16th-century: (3) 29a.

Clock-makers:
-, Hughes, Hugh: (26) 56b.
-, Phillips, James: (5) 38a.
-, Shuttleworth, Francis: (3) 29b.

Clock-tower, 1890, (476) 157a.

Clocks: lv.
-, 18th-century: (3) tower, vestry, 29b; (26) 56b; (27) 57b.
-, 19th-century: (5) 38a.

Cloister, Old Sarum, (2) 21b.

Close Ditch, see Ditches.

Close Wall, xxxvi.

Clothiers, see Occupations.

Clovelly Hotel (495) 159a.

Club Room, former chapel, (481) 158a.

Coach and Horses Inn (360) 140a.

" House, see Barns and Outbuildings.

Cockerell, S. P., see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Coffin Lids: lvi, lvii.
-, 12th-century: (2) 19b.
-, 13th-century: (4) 35a.

Coffin Stools: (6) 40b.

Coins, of Athelstan and Edgar, xxix.

Coke, Thomas, 1523, owner of Church House, (97) 73a.

Cole, Isabel, 1390, owner of tenement, (153) 92b.

College House (507) 160b.

Collins: William and Benjamin, offices, (187) 105a; house, (300) 125a.

Collyer, William, 1649, tenant, (87) 71a.

Combe, Walter, hosier, 1649, tenant, (63) 64b.

Communion Rails: lv, (6) 40b.

Communion Tables: lv; (3) 29b; (4) 34b; (5) 38a; (9) 44b.

Compton, Thomas, grant of 1514, Old Sarum, (1) 4a.

Conant, John, 1653, floor-slab, (3) 30b.

Cook see Occupations.

Cooksey, T., inscribed stone, (294) 124a.

Cooper:
-, Thomas, 1680, acquired part of Minster Street house, (55) 63b.
-, Thomas, 1724, builder of house in Blue Boar Row, (338) 132b.
-, Robert and others, 1778, tablet, (5) 38b.

Cordwainer Row, xli.

Corn Exchange, see Market House.

Coroner, see Occupations.

Cottage Orn, (579) 170a.

Council House, site of, (38) 61b.

County Gaol, former, (24) 54a.

Courtenay, arms of, see Heraldry.

Courtyard House, see Old Sarum.

Courtyard houses, xlvi.

Cove, Robert, 15th-century owner of Cheesecorner, (126) 81b.

Coxe, William, 1828, and Eleanor, 1830, tablet, (8) 43a.

Cradock, arms of, see Heraldry.

" House (304), lxii, 127a.

Craft Companies, see Guilds.

Cranborn, John, canon, rebuilding by, 1471, (63) 64b.

Crane, le, (102) lxi, 77b.

" Bridge (18) xxxvi, xxxvii, lxii, 51b.

" Bridge Road (503) 160a.

" Lodge (506), lxiv, 160a.

" Street, xlvi, lxi; (93)(103) 72b78b.

Crests, see Heraldry.

Crew, Philip, schoolmaster 1638, (399) 145a.

Crickmay and Son, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Crise, John, tanner 1460, tenant of property, (297) 124b.

Croft House (415) 147a.

Croome, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Cross, mediaeval, (4) 34b.

Cross, St., see Dedications of Churches and Chapels.

Cross Keys Chequer, (126)(139) 81b89b.

" " Inn (131) 84b.

Crown Inn (93) 72b.

" and Anchor Inn (320) 129b.

Crucifixion, carving, (3) 29b.

Crystal Fountain Inn (164) 94a.

Culver Street, xxxvii.

" Street Almshouses (29) 58a.

Cups, see Plate, Church.

Curtain Wall, Old Sarum, (1) 7a.

Cutlers, see Occupations.

Dahl, see Painters and Engravers.

Dairyhouse Bridge (21) 52a; cottage adjacent, (568) 168b.

Danton, John, see Bellfounders.

Dates inscribed on buildings: (73) 1664, 66a; (289) beam, 1610, 123a; (294) wall, 1751, 124a; (302) chimneypiece, 1630?, 126b; (309) boundary wall, 1814, 129a; (404) 1844, 146a; (429) 1755, 151a; (466) 1835, 154b; (523) 1848, 162a; (557) 1673, 166b; (580) 1825 170a.
-, See also Rainwater Heads.

Davies, arms of, see Heraldry.

Dayes, Edward, see Painters and Engravers.

De Vaux College (3278), xl, lxi, lxii, 130b, 131a; cartulary of, xxv.

" House (327) 130b.

" Place (330) 131b.

Dean's Farm House (559) 167b.

Dean and Chapter, property belonging to: xxv, xxvii; (37) 61a; (63) 64b; (77) 68a; (8692) 7072; (129) 82b; (131) 84b; (153) 92b; (174) 99b; (203) 107b; (225) 111a; (252) 116b; (259) 118b; (326), 130b.

Deanery, Old Sarum, (2) 22b.

Dedications of Churches, Chapels and Altars:
-, All Saints: (2) 18b, 22b.
-, Holy Cross: (2) 22b.
-, Holy Trinity: (2) 22b.
-, St. Andrew: (8) 42a.
-, St. Clement: (7) 41b.
-, St. Cross: (1) 3b, 12a.
-, St. Edmund: (5) 36a.
-, St. George: (9) 43a.
-, St. John: (1) 4a; (5) 36b; (11) 45a.
-, St. Lawrence: (6) 39a.
-, St. Margaret: (1) 8b, 9a.
-, St. Martin: (2) 19b; (4) 31b.
-, St. Mary: (1) 3a; (2) 16a.
-, St. Mary Magdalen: (1) 3b.
-, St. Nicholas: (1) 3b; (2) 18b, 22b.
-, St. Osmund: (10) 44b.
-, St. Stephen: (2) 22b.
-, St. Thomas: (3) 24a.

Defences, (16), xxxviii, 50b. See also Ditches, and Gates.

Denham, Alice, 1686, donor of alms-dish, (4), lix, 35b; house of, (302) 126a.

Derby Court (250) 115b.

Development of the mediaeval city, xl.

Deverell's Inn, site of, (25) 54b.

Devizes Road (530)(536) 164.

Digh House, tenement, xli.

Ditches, Close Ditch, xxxiv; Town Ditch, xxxiv, xli, xliii. See also Water Channels and Sluices.

Documentary Sources, xxv, xxvii.

Dolphin, room in Vine Inn, (37) 61a.

" Inn (227) 121b.

" Street, (276) 121b.

Dominicans, arrival in Salisbury, xl.

Dondyng, William, merchant 1415, owner of tenement, (208) 108a.

Doorways (notable):
-, 12th-century: (9) 44a.
-, 13th-century: (173) 97a.
-, 14th-century: (102) 78a.
-, 15th-century: (4) 33a; (185) 104a; (441) 152b; (588) 172a.
-, 16th-century: (205) 107b; (298) 124b; (438), (439) 152a; (549) 165a.
-, 17th-century: (8) 43a; (350) 135a; (398) 145a; (470) 155b; (557) 166b; (571) 168b.
-, 18th and 19th-century: (381) 142b; (397) 145a; (442) 152b; (468) 155a. Plates 989.

Dove, Henry, 1616, mayor, brass, (5) 38a.

Dowse, Sir Gabriel, owner of the Barracks, (258) 118a.

Drake Hall Street (Dragall Street; Exeter Street), xxxvii.

Drapers, see Occupations.

Drapers' Company, arms of, see Heraldry.

Dryden, Sir Henry, see Painters and Engravers.

Duchess of Albany Inn (50) 62b.

Duke: John, 1670, Avis, 1687, and Elizabeth, 1692, floor-slabs (6) 41a.

Duynes, Agnes, 1327, owner of property, (219) xlvi, 109a.

Duynescorner (219) 109a.

Dwellings with classified plans: lxiv.
-, Class C: (290) 123a.
-, Class I: (551) 165b.
-, Class J: (555) 166a; (579) 170a.
-, Class S: (499) 159b; (518), (519) 161b; (554) 116a; (562) 167b; (582) 170b.
-, Class T: (287) 122b; (288) 123a; (409) 146b; (415) 147b; (497) 159a; (499) 155b; (501), (506) 160a; (517) 161a; (544) 164a; (555) 166a; (575) 169a; (577) 169b.
-, Class U: (268) variant, 119b; (289) 123a; (324) variant, 130a; (358) 139a; (396) 145a; (446) 153a; (461) 154a; (477) 157a; (497) 159a; (514) 161a; (520) 161b; (523) 162a; (531) 164a; (578) 170a.

Dyers, see Occupations.

Earle:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Bridget, wife of Bishop Earle, 1696, floor-slab, (6) 41a.

Earlsman, Richard, 1831, tablets, (3) 30b; (4) 34b; (12) 46b. See also Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Earthworks, see Iron Age, Old Sarum, City Defences.

East Gate, Old Sarum, (1) 6b, 7a.

Easter Sepulchre, Old Sarum, (2) 19b.

Ecclesiastical Buildings, xxxviii, l. See also Churches and Chapels.

Edgar, coins of, xxix.

Edgar, Mary, 1770, tablet, (4) 35a.

Edmonds, Edmond, linendraper, 1649, purchaser of land, (259) 118b.

Edmund, St., see Dedications.

Edmunds, St., Church Street, xxxiv; (357) (358) 139a; (409)(412) 146b147a.

Edmund, St., College of, (14, xxxviii, xlii, lxii, 48a. Land owned by, (300) 125b.

" " Parish of, xxxviii; see also Parishes and Wards.

Edward the Confessor, arms of,i see Heraldry.

Effigies, Monumental: lvi.
-, 12th-century: (2) lvi, 19b.

Egerton:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Catherine, 1743, floor-slab, (4) 35a.

Elizabeth, St., school of, (324) 130a.

Elliot, Robert, mayor, inscription on clock-bell, (3) 29a.

Elm Cottage (515) 161a.

" Tree Cottage (519) 161b.

Emily, Edward, 1795, benefactor of St. Nicholas's Hospital, (26) 56b.

Endless Street, xxxiv, xxxvi, xlvii; (343), 133b; (346) (347), 135a; (384)(393) 143b144; (460)(469), 154, 155.

Enefeld, Edmund, 1400, owner of tenement, (302), xlii, xlvii.

England, arms of, see Heraldry.

Engravers, see Painters and Engravers.

Estcourt:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Giles, 1575, owner of College, (14) 48a.

Eva Cottages, Milford, (567) 168a.

Evelyn House (507) 160b.

Excavations at Old Sarum, (1) 4a.

Exeter Street, xxxvi, xxxvii; (311)(332) 129131.

Eyr, Thomas and Alice, 1384, owners of land, (236) 113b.

Eyre:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Family, xlvii; owners of tenements, (356) 59a, 60a; (77) 68a.
-, Christopher, [1624], monument, (3) 30a.
-, Elizabeth, 1612, brass, (3) 29a.
-, Elizabeth (Chester), 1705, Jane, 1695, floor-slabs, (3) 30b.
-, Robert, 1638, brass, (3) 29a.
-, Sir Robert, vault, 1724, (3) 30a.
-, Sir Samuel, 163398, builder of house, (36), 60a; initials on rainwater head, 1689, (132) 87b.
-, Thomas, 1628, and Elizabeth (Rogers), 1612, monument, (3) 30a.

'Faucon, le', 1455, house, (97) 73a.

Fawconer, Samuel, hosier, 1741, buyer of property in Minster Street, (55) 63b.

Fayrbowe, John, carpenter, 1444, builder of property, (344) 133b.

Fayrecroys, xli.

Fielding, Henry, workroom of, (570) 168b.

Figes, Sarum, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Finch's Court, range of cottages, (145), xlix, 91.

Fireplaces and Chimney-pieces (notable): xliv, Pls. 9092, 94.
-, 12th and 13th-century: (1) 9b, 10a, Pl. 28.
-, 15th-century: (55) 64a; (71) 66a; (97) 75a, 75b; (98) 76a; (185) 104a; (250) 116a; (302) 126b; (475) 157a.
-, 16th-century: (98) 76a; (478) 157b.
-, 17th-century: (101) 77a; (128) 82b; (174) 100a; (252) 117a.
-, 18th and 19th-century: (111) 80a; (133) 88b; (199) 106a, b; (391) 144b; (427) 150b; (506) 160b; (556) 166b.

Fish Row, xl, xli; (71)(73) 65b, 66a.

Fisher, F. R., see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Fisherton, development of, l. Plan, 156.

Fisherton Church (7) 41b.

" Bridge, xxxvi, xxxvii, xli, xlviii.

" Cottage (501) 160a.

" House (512) 161a.

" Rectory (497) 159a.

" Street (476)(494) 157159.

" Ward, see Parishes and Wards.

Fishmonger, see Occupations.

Fitzalan, arms of, see Heraldry.

Fitzgerald, arms of, see Heraldry.

Fitzhugh, arms of, see Heraldry.

Five Bells Inn (369) 141a.

Flagons, see Plate, Church.

Fleming, Henry, 1354, (129) 82b; 1365, (177) 100b.

Flint, see Building Construction.

Floor-slabs, see Monuments, Funeral.

Florent, St., of Saumur, confirmation of land, Old Sarum, (1) 2a.

Florentyn, William and Agatha, 1297, (92) 72a.

Florentyne's Corner, xxxvii, 72b.

Flower (Florey), Richard, see Bellfounders.

Fonthill Abbey, columns said to come from, (446) 153a.

Fonts: lv, Pl. 41:
-, 12th-century: (6) 40b.
-, Of c. 1200: (9) 44b.
-, 13th-century: (3) bowl, 29b; (4) 34b; (5) 38b; (7) 42a.
-, 16th-century: (3) shaft, 29b.
-, 17th-century: (6) shaft and base, 40b.
-, 19th-century: (3) base, 29b.

Ford Lane, buildings aligned on, (1), 12b.

Foster, Richard, 1419, buyer of tenement, (220) 109b.

Foxe's Book of Martyrs, (7) 42a.

France, arms of, see Heraldry.

Francis, St., glass (3) 29b.

Franciscans, arrival in Salisbury, xl.

Freeman, Richard, 1504, owner of land in Vanners Chequer, 146b.

Friars' Orchard (304) 128a.

Friary, the, xxxvi, xliii, xlvii; (298) 124b; (302) 125b; (304) 127b.

Frowd's Almshouses (33), xlix, 58b.

Fuller, John, 1777, hatchment (4) 34b.

Fuystour, William and Edith, 1385, lessees of Pynnok's Inn (77) 67b.

Fyschamels, see Fish Row, xl.

Gaffi, T., see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Gage, John and Richard, owners of house in Cheesemarket, (35) 59b.

Gandavo, Bishop, see Simon of Ghent.

Gantlet, arms of, see Heraldry.

Gaol, remains of, (476) 157a; see also County Gaol, and King's Gaol, (1) 11b.

Garlick, William, 1796, table tomb, (4) 35a.

Gates (New Sarum):
-, Castle Street Gate (16), xxxviii, xlviii, 51a.
-, Wynman Gate (16), xxxviii, 51a.

General Infirmary (22), xlix, lxiii, 52b.

George, St., arms of, see Heraldry; church dedicated to, see Dedications; guild of, xxvi.

George Inn (173), xxvii, xlii, xliv, lxi, 97a.

" and Dragon Inn (438) 152a.

Gigant Street, xxxiv, xxxvii, 114a.

Gigorstrete, xxxvii, 92b.

'Gillingham', see Silversmiths.

Ginaway, William, 1670, inscription on flagon, (4) 35b.

Glass (in windows): lv.
-, Mediaeval: (27) Trinity Hospital, 57b; (97) Church House, 75b; (185) Hall of John Hall, 103b.
-, 15th-century: (3) St. Thomas's, 29b.
-, 17th-century: (Swiss), (5) St. Edmund's, 38b; (27), 57b.

Glastyngburiecorner, tenement, (234), xliii, 113a.

Glastyngbury, Edward, 1366, owner of tenement, (234) 113a.

Goat Inn (232) 112b.

Goddard, arms of, see Heraldry.

Goddard, Thomas, 1791, lessee of house, (130) 84b.

Godfry, John, 1495, lessee of tenement, (172) 97a.

Godmanstone, family, owners of tenement, (220) c. 1400, 109b.

Godwin, 12th-century tomb-slab, (2) 97a.

Godwin, M., 1785, brass, (4) 34a.

Goldsmiths, see Occupations.

Goldwyer:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Family, 17481812, tablet and floor-slab, (4) 35a.

Goodall, E. A., see Painters and Engravers.

Gooding, Hatchment, (4) 34b.

Goodyer, Edward, 1432, and Dionisia, owner of tenement, (130) 84a.

Gore's Chequer, 144145.

Gorges, arms of, see Heraldry.

Gough:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, 1709/10, wall monument, (3), lviii, 30a.

Government House, Harnham, (580) 170a.

Gowayn of Norrington:
-, John, 1410, owner of La Hotecorner, (81) 68b.
-, Lawrence, 1399, owner of Red Lion, (219) 109a.

Grafton, Richard, inscription on bell, (5) 38a.

Granary, see Barns and Outbuildings.

Grandon, John, 1409, vendor of plot in Cross Keys Chequer, (133) 89a.

Great Tower, see Old Sarum.

" Western Railway, l.

Green:
-, Maurice, 1621, mayoral chair, (13) 47b.
-, Samuel, organ builder, (3) 30b.

Greencroft, 142a.

" Street, xxxvii.

Greenhill:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, 1674, floor-slab, (4) 35a.

Grevile:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Elizabeth, 1745, floor-slab, (4) 35a.

Greyfriars, see Friary.

Griffin Chequer, 140, 141.

Grocers, see Occupations.

Grove Place (153), xliii, 92b.

Gryme, John, 1474, lessee of George Inn, (173) 97b.

Guest, Douglas, see Painters and Engravers.

Guilder Lane, (158), xlvi, 93b.

Guildhall, see Public Buildings.

Guildhall Chequer, xl, xlix.

Guild halls: xlvii
-, Joiners': (293) 123b.
-, Shoemakers': (399) 145a.
-, Tailors': (165) 94a.

Guilds, see George, St., Joiners, Shoemakers, Tailors, Tanners, Weavers.

Hales:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Daniel and Edward, 1645, tablet, (4) 34b.
-, Tho., churchwarden, inscription on bell, (3) 29a.

Hall:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, d. 1479, also William and Christian, d. 1504, occupiers of tenement, (185) 103b.
-, John, hall of (185), xlv, 103b.

Hall, H., see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Hall, Peter, proposals for Poultry Cross, (15) 50a; see also Painters and Engravers.

'Hall The' (199), xlix, lxiii, 105b.

Halstede:
-, Walter, 1417, buyer of house, (249) 115a.
-, William, 1416, will of, xli, note.

Halswell, arms of, see Heraldry.

Hamburg, Merchant Adventurers, arms of, see Heraldry.

Hampton, John, 1407, xlii.

" Walter, 1314, xli.

Hamptonscorner, xli.

Hancock:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Thomas, 1725, slab, (4) 35a.

Harcourt Cottage (502) 160a.

" House (501) 160a.

Harding Family, 13981459, owners of property, xxvii, in Cross Keys chequer, (129) 82b, in Black Horse chequer, (153) 92b, in High Street, (174) 99b.

Hardman, glass designer, St. Osmund's, (10) 45a.

Harnhalle, William, 1420, owner of property in Queen Street, (132) 85b.

Harnham, 169172.

" Bridge, see Ayleswade Bridge.

" Hill, Saxon cemetery, (1), xxviii, 1b.

" House (578) 170a.

" Lodge (579) 170a.

" Mill (588), lxi, 171b.

" Road, 169.

Harrington, Thomas, 1828, tablet (3) 30b.

Harris, Piers, c. 1559, owner of Church House, (97) 73a.

Harvey, Master, 1228, li.

Hatches Bridge (21) 52a.

Hatchments: lvi.
-, 18th-century: (3) 29b; (4) 34b.
-, 19th-century: (3) 29b; (4) 34b.

Haunch of Venison Inn (56) 64a.

Hawes:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Herbert, 1837, tablet, (5) 38b.
-, John, 1787, and others, tablet, (8) 43a.
-, Margaret, 1820, Herbert, 1837, tablet, (8) 43a.

Hawker, Thomas, 1636, floor-slab, (3) 30b.

Hawkins, arms of, see Heraldry.

Hawley, Lt. Col. William, excavations at Old Sarum, (1) 4a; (2) 18b, 23b.

Hayter:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Mrs. Sarah, endowed almshouses, (30) 58b.

Headstones, see Monuments, Funeral.

Heely, George, 1660, churchwarden, inscription on plate, (7) 42a.

Hele:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Margaret, 1672, floor-slab, (3) 30b.

Helme, The, (77) 68a.

Heraldry: See also Armorial, 182.
-, Royal Arms: lxi, Pls. 20, 56.
-,-, Edward the Confessor: (3) 28a.
-,-, England: (3) 28a; (98) 76a; (185) 104a, b.
-,-, France Modern: (3) 26b, 28a; (98) 76a; (185) 104a, b.
-,-, Elizabeth I: (3) 31a; (4) 35b.
-,-, James I: (4) 35b.
-,-, 160389: (27) 57b.
-,-, Anne: (6) 41a; (27) 57b; after 1707, (13) 47a.
-,-, 17141801: (5) 38b.
-,-, George III: (7) 42a.
-, Crests:
-,-, Eyre: (3) 30a.
-,-, Goldwyer: (4) 35a.
-,-, Hancock: (4) 35a.
-,-, Hinxman: (4) 35a.
-,-, Wastfield or Wastfelde: (4) 35a.
-, Shields-of-Arms:
-,-, Abarough: (3) 29a.
-,-, Audley: (3) 26b, 28a.
-,-, Baker: (4) 35a.
-,-, Barnes: (252) 117a.
-,-, Batt: (22) 52b.
-,-, Baylye or Bayle: (3) 29a.
-,-, Beauchamp: (3) 28a, b; (185) 104b.
-,-, Blackall: (3) 29b.
-,-, Blake: (4) 35a.
-,-, Boucher: (7) 42a.
-,-, Bourchier: (3) 26b, 28a.
-,-, Bowerman or Bowerman: (6) 41a.
-,-, Brereton: (3) 28a.
-,-, Burrough: (3) 29b.
-,-, Burt: (3), 29b.
-,-, Calder: (7) 42a.
-,-, Campbell: (185) 104b.
-,-, Cantelupe: (557) 166b.
-,-, Chester: (3) 30b; (4) 35a.
-,-, Clare: (185) 104b.
-,-, Clarke: (22) 52b.
-,-, Clifford: (3) 28b (bis).
-,-, Courtenay: (3) 27b.
-,-, Cradock: (557) 166b.
-,-, Davies: (6) 41a.
-,-, Drapers' Company: (302) 126b.
-,-, Earle: (6) 41a.
-,-, Egerton: (3) 29b; (4) 35a.
-,-, Estcourt: (14) 48a.
-,-, Eyre: (3) 30a, b.
-,-, Fitzalan: (3) 28a.
-,-, Fitzgerald: (3) 28a, b.
-,-, Fitzhugh: (185) 104b.
-,-, Gantlet: (4) 34b.
-,-, George, Saint: (3) 28a.
-,-, Goddard: (4) 35a; (8), 43a.
-,-, Goldwyer: (4) 35a.
-,-, Gorges: (3) 28a.
-,-, Gough: (3) 30a.
-,-, Greenhill: (4) 35a.
-,-, Grevile: (4) 35a.
-,-, Hales: (4) 34b.
-,-, Hall: (185) 103b, 104a, b.
-,-, Halswell: (6) 41a.
-,-, Hamburg, Merchant Adventures: (3), 29a; (302), 126b.
-,-, Hancock: (4) 35a.
-,-, Hawes: (3) 29b; (8) 43a.
-,-, Hawkins: (3) 29b; (8) 43a.
-,-, Hayter: (3) 29b.
-,-, Hele: (252) 117a.
-,-, Herbert: (557) 166b.
-,-, Hill: (5) 38b.
-,-, Hinxman: (4) 35a.
-,-, Horton: (557) 166b.
-,-, Hungerford: (3) 26b, 27b, 28b; (185) 103b, 104b.
-,-, Hyde: (4) 35b.
-,-, Keene: (7) 42a.
-,-, Knight: (3) 30b.
-,-, Lee: (4) 35a.
-,-, Long: (3) 29b, 30b; (5) 38b.
-,-, Lucy: (3) 30a, b.
-,-, Ludlow: (3) 26b, 28b; (4) 34b.
-,-, Matravers: (3) 28a.
-,-, Mayne (of Teffont): (252) 117a.
-,-, Michell: (7) 42a.
-,-, Minifie: (3) 30b.
-,-, Mompesson: (252) 117a.
-,-, Montacute: (3) 28a; (185) 104b.
-,-, Monthermer: (3) 28a; (185) 104b.
-,-, Moulton: (7) 42a.
-,-, Musgrave: (3) 30a.
-,-, Neville: (3) 28a; (185) 104b.
-,-, Nisbet: (6) 41a.
-,-, Norris: (8) 43a.
-,-, Nowes: (7) 41b.
-,-, Page: (3) 30b.
-,-, Payne: (4) 35a.
-,-, Phipps: (4) 35a.
-,-, Pitt: (6) 41a.
-,-, Powell: (3) 29b.
-,-, Priaulx: (3) 29b.
-,-, Prince: (4) 35a.
-,-, Ray: (3) 30a.
-,-, Rolfe: (4) 35a.
-,-, Salisbury City: (5) 38a; (13) 47a; (15) 50a.
-,-, Salisbury, See: (3) 28a.
-,-, Salters' Company: (302) 126b.
-,-, Slater: (4) 35a.
-,-, Smithies': (3) 30a.
-,-, Spencer: (185) 104b.
-,-, Spooner: (3) 29b.
-,-, Stoning: (3) 30b.
-,-, Stourton: (3) 26b, 28a, b.
-,-, Swayne: (3) 27a; (4) 34b; (570) 168b.
-,-, Talbot: (3) 28b.
-,-, Terry: (4) 35a.
-,-, Townsend: (6) 41a.
-,-, Viner: (3) 29a.
-,-, Walmsley: (133) 88b.
-,-, Warwick: (185) 104b.
-,-, Wastfield or Wastfelde: (4) 35a.
-,-, Webbe: (3) 29a.
-,-, Willes: (3) 30a.
-,-, Willoughby: (3) 26b.
-,-, Winchester, See: (185), 104b.
-,-, Windover: (4) 35a; (302) 126b.
-,-, Wroughton: (3) 30a.
-,-, Wylford: (3) 29a.
-,-, Wyndham: (14) 49a.

Herbert:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, George, 1630, restored St. Andrew's, (8) liii, 42b; builder of rectory, (528) lxii, 163a.

Herlewin's Tower, see Old Sarum.

Herman, Bishop, 1075, Old Sarum, (1) and (2) xxxi, 15a.

Hersent, Sara, 1741, tablet, (3) 30a.

Hewett, Henry, 1649, occupant of house, (252) 116b.

High Street, xlvi, xlviii, xlix, 6672, 80b, 95100, Pls. 102, 104.

Hilary, John, churchwarden, inscription on tower, (5) 38b.

Hill:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Marshall, 1707, wall monument, (5) lviii, 38b.

Hinxman:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Edward, 1807, and Henry, 1829, tablets, (4) 35a.

Hoare, Sir Richard Colt, xlix.

Holmes, Robert, 1611, owner of property in Minster Street, (55) 63b.

Holy Cross, see Dedications.

" Lamb (92) 72a.

Homyngton, John de, 14th-century owner of property in High Street, (173) 97b.

Hooper, Thomas, 1649, lessee, Blue Boar chequer, (341) 133a.

Hope, Sir William St. John, excavations at Old Sarum, (1) and (2), 4a, 23a, b.

Hopper, Thomas, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Horseshoe Inn (86) 70b.

Horte, Christopher, 1620, churchwarden of St. Martin's, (4) 35b.

Horton, arms of, see Heraldry.

Hosiers, see Occupations.

Hospitals, see Almshouses and Hospitals.

Hourglasses: lvi. Iron, 1652, (6) 40b; Brass, 1721, (4) 34b.

Houses etc. (notable): lxlxiii.
-, Of the 12th century: (1) 8a; (2) 21b.
-, Of the 13th century: (1) 10b; (95) 73a; (173) 97a; (328) 131a.
-, Of the 14th century: (35) 59; (71) 65a; (82) 68b; (102) 77b; (106) 78b; (129) 82b; (131) 84b; (132) 85; (140) 89b; (173) 97a; (177) 100b; (203) 107b; (219) 109; (225) 111a; (302) 125b; (305) 128a; (341) 133a; (351) 135b; (458) 153b; (576) 169a.
-, Of the 15th century: (37) 61a; (40) 61b; (55) 63b; (57), 64a; (63) 64b; (71) 65b; (72) 66a; (83) 69b; (84) 70a; (97) 73a; (102) 77b; (107) 78b; (128) 82a; (131) 84b; (132) 87a; (151) 91b; (153) 92b; (158) 93b; (174) 99b; (185) 103b; (250) 115b; (253) 117b; (258) 118a; (291) 123b; (327) 130b; (344) 133b; (362) 140a; (376) 141b; (399) 145a; (441) (442) 152b; (470) 155b; (584) 170b; (588) 171b.
-, Of the 16th century: (14) 48a; (44) 62a; (73) 66a; (92) 72a; (102) 77b; (165) 94a; (260) 118b; (269) 120a; (290) 123a; (300) 124b; (302) 125b; (310) 129a; (315) (316) 129b; (350) 135a; (383) 142b; (438) 152a; (478) 157b; (492) 158b; (497) 159a; (549) 165a; (581) 170a.
-, Of the 17th century: (36) 60a; (42) 62a; (86) 70b; (87) 71a; (101) 77a; (234) 113a; (247) 115a; (252) 116b; (264) 119b; (273) 121a; (293) 123b; (302) 125b; (304) 127a; (307) 128b; (359) 139a; (399) 145a; (413) 147a; (497) 159a; (521) 161b; (528) 163a; (556) 166a; (557) 166b.
-, Of the 18th century:
-,-, 1st third: (27) 56b; (98) 76a; (99) 76b; (266) 119b; (354) 138a; (368) 140b; (427) 149a; (463) (464) 154b.
-,-, 2nd third: (14) 48b; (33) 58b; (110) 80a; (133) 88b; (199) 105b; (289) 123a; (307) 128b; (355) 138a; (391) 144a; (419) 148a; (429) 151a; (467) 154b; (477) 157a.
-,-, 3rd third: (13) 46a; (14) 49a; (22) 52b; (85) 70b; (139) 89b; (287) 122b; (297) 124a; (4689) 155.
-, Of the 19th century: (299) 124b; (325) 130b; (330) 131b; (381) 142b; (393) 144b; (434) 151b; (446) 153a; (462) 154b; (510) 160b; (511) 161a; (566) 168a.

Hughes, Hugh, see Clockmakers.

Hull, William, 1397, occupier of tenement, (234) 113a.

Hungerford:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Family, 1356, owner of houses, (82) 68b.
-, Sir Thomas, and Walter, 1483, (185) 103b.

Hunter, H., see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Hussey, William, builder of The Hall, (199) lxiii, 105b.

Hyde:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Edward, Earl of Clarendon, alms-dish, (4) lix.

Hyndon, Thomas, 1368, occupier of tenement, (129) 82b.

Hupewell, Roger, 1306, owner of tenements, (12930) 82a.

Images: lvi.
-, Late 14th or early 15th-century: Crucifixion, (3) 29b.
-, 15th-century: Virgin and Child, (3) 29b; Annunciation, (4) 35a.

Indents: liv.
-, For figures: (3) 29a; (4) 34a; (5) 38a.
-, For inscription plates: (3) 29a, b; (4) 34a.
-, For shields: (3) 29a.

Ingland, Thomas, 1709, headstone, (9) 44b.

Ingles, John, see Silversmiths.

Innkeepers, see Occupations.

Inns and Taverns: xli, xlvi, xlviii; Albion (301) 125b; Anchor (235) 113b; Anchor and Hope (374) 141a; Angel (77) 68a; Antelope (208) 108a; Barley Mow (372) 141a; Bell and Crown (203), 107b; Black Horse (142), 91a; Blue Boar (344) 133b; Cathedral Hotel (139) 89b; Catherine Wheel (151) 91b; Chough (333) 132a; City Arms (47) 62b; Coach and Horses (360) 140a; Cross Keys (131) 84b; Crown (93) 72b; Crown and Anchor (320) 129b; Crystal Fountain (164) 94a; Dolphin (277) 121b; Duchess of Albany (50) 62b; Five Bells (369) 141a; George (173) 97a; George and Dragon (438) 152a; Goat (232) 68a; Haunch of Venison (56) 64a; Helme (77) 68a; Horseshoe (86) 70b; Holy Lamb (92) 72a; King's Arms (494) 159a; King's Arms Hotel (252) 116b; La Rose or La Hotecorner (81) 68b; London (67) 65a; Maidenhead (25) 54a; (475) 157a; Milford Arms (153) 92b; New (107) 78b; Oddfellows Arms (220) 109b; Old Bell (310) 129a; Old Castle (562) 167b; Old George (350) 135a; Pheasant (399) 145a; Plume of Feathers (132) 85a; Pynnok's (77) 67a; Queen's Arms (225) 111a; Raie d'Or (227) 111b; Red Lion (219) 109a; Rose and Crown (576) 169a; Royal George (470) 155b; Shoulder of Mutton (64) 65a; Spread Eagle (176) 100a; Star (227) 111b; Sun and Lamb (92) 72a; Sun (86) 71a; Three Crowns (585) 171a; Three Cups (359) 139a; Three Lions, xlviii; Three Swans (345) 134a; Toll Gate (279) 121b; Vine (37) 61a; West End (516) 161a; Wheatsheaf (71) 65b; White Bear (219) 109a; White Hart (254) 117b; White Horse (86) 70b; Winchester Gate (563) 168a.

Inscriptions and Scratchings (notable): lvi.
-, 15th-century: (3) 27a; (4) 34b.
-, 16th-century: 1578 (102) 78a.
-, 17th-century: 1653 (5) 38b; 1673 (557) 166b.
-, 18th-century: 1794 (4) 34b; 1711 (6) 40a.

Invicta Terrace (248) 115a.

Iron Age:
-, Hill-fort: (1) xxviii, 1a, 4b, 5a, b.
-, Storage Pit: (1), 11a.

Ironmonger Row, xli.

Ironmongers, see Occupations.

Isaac, William, 1396, purchaser of tenement, (250) 115b.

Isaac, sacrifice of, carved in oak, (3), lvii, 30b; (128), 82b.

Ivie, John, mayor 1627, xlvii; (259), 118b, n.

Ivy Place, xlix, 151b.

" Street, xlvi; (203) 107b; (226) 111a.

Jeffrey, H., 1797, acquired tenement, (38) 61b.

Jocelyn, Bishop, effigy of, (2), lvi, 20a.

John, St., see Dedications.

" " with crucifixion, relief, (3) 29b.

Joiners, see Occupations.

" Hall (293), xlvii, lxii, 123b.

Jole, Robert, 1611, lessee of property, (55) 63b.

Joyce, John, 1649, occupier of houses, (174) 99b.

" William, 1637, purchaser of house, (37) 61a.

Judgement, Last, painting, (3) 30b.

Jukes, Frederick, see Painters and Engravers.

Juwys, Ralph, xlii. Family, (126) 81b.

Juwyscorner, see Cheesecorner.

Keene:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Mary, 1841, tomb-slab, (7) 42a.

Kellow, James, stonemason, (22) 52b.

Kent:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Richard, 1692, and Margaret, 1711, monument (7) 42a.

Kenton, Col. Francis, 1716, owner of tenement, (354) 138a.

King, of Bath, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

King's Arms Hotel (252) lxii, 116b.

" " Inn (494) 159a.

Kingdon and Shearm, surveyors, xxvi.

Kirkman, Maria, 1791, Ann, 1799, and Maria, 1805, tablets, (9) 44a.

Kitchen Tower, see Old Sarum.

Knight:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Anne (Minifie), 1709, floor-slab, (3) 30b.

La Rose or La Hotecorner, inn, (81) 68b.

Lambert, Edmund, benefactors table, (7) 42a.

Lanfranc, Archbishop, Old Sarum, (2) 15a.

Langley, John, 1649, owner of tenement, (82) 68b.

Laverstock, track to, (1) 12b.

" Bridge (20) 52a.

Lavington Cottage (503) 160a.

Lawrence, St., see Dedications.

Le Breton, Francis, 1798, floor-slab, (3) 30b.

Lectern, 15th-century, (4) lvi, 34b.

Lee:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Laetitia, 1800, tablet, (4) 35a.

Leg, The, tenement, (172) xlii, 97a.

Leland, John, Old Sarum, (1) 4a.

Lightfoot, William, mayor 1451, (97) 73a; see also Merchant Marks.

Little Durnford, xxix.

" Manor, Milford, (571) 168b.

Llangarren (511) 161a.

Loder House (391) 144a.

London and South Western Railway, l; (25) 54b.

'London Inn' (67) 65a.

Long:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Family, 17231824, tablet, (3) 30b; 172487, floor-slabs, (5) 38b.
-, Henry, 1727, floor-slab, (3) 30b.
-, Walter, 1736, lessee of house, (87) 71a.

Longford Castle, chimneypiece from, (97) 75b.

Loom-house, probably 1738, (430) 151a.

Lovell, Roger, lix.

Lowe, John, 1609, lessee of inn, (86) 70b.

Lower Bailey, see Old Sarum.

Lucy, arms of, see Heraldry.

Ludlow:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, William, c. 1455, provided roof, (3) 24b; owned land in Black Horse chequer, (151) 92a; in Blue Boar chequer, (344), 133b.
-, William, of Clarendon, and Anne, 1749, tablet, (4) 34b.

Lush, Edmund, carpenter, (22) 52b.

Lyming, Zachary, 1591, tenant of Balle's Place, (351) 135b.

Lyons, John, see Painters and Engravers.

Lysle, John, 1455, (102) 77b.

Lythenard, Stephen, 1419, owner of land, (151) 92a.

Mace-rests, (3) 31a; (5) 38b.

Maidenhead Inn, former site of, (25) 54b; Roof from, (475) 157a.

Malmesbury, William of, xxxi.

Malthouses: (159) 93b; (420) 148b; (504) 160a.

Mannying, John, 1405, xli, n.9.

Manor Cottage (591) 172b.

" Farm: Milford, (572) 168b; Harnham, (583) 170b.

" House: Bemerton, (521) 161b; Milford, (56g) 168b.

Maps and Surveys:
-, 17th-century: Speed, xlvii, li, Pl. 1.
-, 18th-century: Naish, xlviii, Pl. 16.
-, 19th-century: 1833, Reform Act, (23) 54a; 1854, Kingdon and Shearm's survey, xxvi; 1860, Bothams's plan, (23) 54a; 1880, O.S., 6-ins., in end-pocket.

Marchant, John, 1660, inscription on flagon, (7) 42a.

Marchy, Wm., 1479, owner of house, (250) 115b.

Margaret, St., see Dedications.

Markes, Thomas Chafin, 1727, (3) 30a.

Market House (25) l, 54b; (419) 148a.

" Place, xxxii, xxxvi, xl, 59a.

Marsh Chequer, xxxvi, 119, 120.

Martin, St., see Dedications.

" " parish of, xxix, xxxiv, xxxviii; see also Parishes and Wards.

" " Church Street, xxxvii; (279)(285) 121b122a.

" " Ward, xxxviii; see also Parishes and Wards.

Martin, Nicholas, 1512, xli.

Martyn, William, c. 1475, occupier of tenement, (234) 113b.

Mary, St., see Dedications.

Mary Magdalen, St., see Dedications.

Maryabbey (St. Mary's Abbey), (131), xliii, 84b.

Mason, Richard, 1632, Henry 1680, owners of property, 63b.

Mathematical Tiles, see Building Construction.

Maton, Mrs., c. 1850, occupant of house on Bolehall site, (140) 90a.

Matravers, arms of, see Heraldry.

Mawarden Court (557) lxii, 116b.

Mayne, arms of, see Heraldry.

Mayor and Commonalty, tenements associated with: xxv, xxvi, xli, xlviii; (37) 61a; (38) 61b; (77) 67b; (97) 73b; (173) 97b; (233) 113a; (234) 113b; (249) 115a; (259) 118b; (305) 128a; (351) 135b; (359) 139a; (423) 148b.

Mead Ward, xxxviii.

Mears, Thomas, see Bellfounders.

Meeting Places, Non-Conformist: liii.
-, Methodist: (early 19th-century), (12) 46a; (234) 113b; (356), 138b; (481) 158a.
-, Presbyterian: (356) 138a.
-, See also Salvation Army Citadel.

Melemonger Street, xxxvii.

Mercer, William, 1407, bequest to St. Edmund's Church, (5) 36b.

Mercers, see Occupations.

Merchant Marks:
-, Of John Hall, in hall of, (185) 104a.
-, " Wm. Lightfoot, St. Thomas's, (3) 26a.
-, " Wm. Swayne, St. Thomas's, (3) 27a.
-, " Wm. Windover, (302) 126b.
-, " John Wyot?, St. Thomas's, (3) 26a; Church House, (97) 75a.
-, Unidentified, Minster Street, (55) 64a; King's Arms Hotel, (252) 117a.

Merchants, see Occupations.

Meriot, Sir George, 1410, (173) 97b; (177) 100b.

Methodist Chapel, see Meeting Places, Non-Conformist.

Michell:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, General George, 1831, benefactors' table, (7) 41b; house, (477) 157a.

Miles, Mr., house of, (140) 90a.

Milford, pp. xxix, xxiv; track to Old Sarum, (1) 12b.

" Arms Inn (153) 92b.

" Bridge (19) lxii, 52a.

" Hill, xxxiii; (564)(567) 168a.

" " House (566) 168a.

Manor House (569) 168a.

" Railway Terminal, l.

" Street, xxxvii, xliii, 89, 9194, 108b, 112115.

" " Ditch, xxxvi, (233) 112a.

" Ward, see Parishes and Wards.

Milk Cross (Cheese Cross), xli.

Mill House, (500) 159b.

Mills: Fisherton, (500) 159b; Harnham, (588) 171b; Paper, (304) 127b; Town, (66) xxxiii, 65a.

Minifie:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Anne, 1683, Richard, 1706, Anne Knight, 1709, floor-slab, (3) 30b.

Minster Street, xxxvii, xli.

Mints, Old Sarum, (1) 1b.

Minty and Godwin, 1768, glaziers, (22) 52b.

Misericord, 15th-century, (3) lx, 31a.

Mitcherd, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons. Louisa, 1827, headstone, (7) 42a.

Mitre Chequer, (118)(125) 80b, 81a.

" House, (92) 72a.

Mompesson:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Sir Giles, 1649, lessee of King's Arms, (252) 116b.

Montacute, arms of, see Heraldry.

Montagu, William, 1371, owner of property, (173) 97b.

Montague, James, Bp. of Winchester, (185) 104b.

Montgomerie, D. H., excavations at Old Sarum, (1) 4a, (2) 21a.

Monthermer, arms of, see Heraldry.

Monumental Masons, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Monuments, Funeral: lvi, Pls. 4952. See also Coffin Lids.
-, Altar Tombs, see Table-tombs.
-, Floor-slabs (notable):
-,-, 15th-century: (5) 38a.
-,-, 16th-century: (3) Webb, 30b; (4) Jacob, 35a.
-,-, 17th-century: (3) Hawker, Conant, Vyner, Hele, Eyre, 30b; (4) Windover, Greenhill, 35a; (6), Arny, Young, Bowerman, Bewde, Duke, Earle, 41a.
-,-, 18th-century: (3) Banks, Barnaby, Powell, Long, le Breton, Eyre, 30b; (4) Egerton, Greville, Reaves, Slater, Terry, Hancock, Wastfield, Rolfe, Goldwyer, Payne, 35a; (5) Long family, 38b; (6) Tompson, 41a.
-, Table-Tombs:
-,-, 15th-century: (3) 30a; (4) 34a, 35a.
-,-, 17th-century: (5) 38b; (6) Townsend, 41a.
-, Wall Monuments and Tablets (notable):
-,-, 17th-century: (3) Eyre, Beckham, Ray, 30a, b; (4) Hales, 34b; (6) Bowernman, 41a; (7) Kent, 42a.
-,-, 18th-century: (3) Wroughton, Gough, Eyre, Powell, 30a; (4) Swayne, Ludlow, Bartlett, Edgar, Thomas, Willis, Baker, Snow, Lee, 34b, 35a; (5) Hill, 38b; (6) Nisbet, Webb, 41a; (7) D'Oyly, 42a; (8) Norris, Hawes, 43a; (9) Kirkman, 44a.

Moorland House (286) 122a.

More, William, 1386, owner of tenement, (130) 84a.

Moreton Cottage (539) 164b.

Mosely, Dr. John, 1630, owner of Castle St. property, (423) 148b.

Motte and Bailey, see Old Sarum.

Moulton:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Martha, 1801, and William, 1803, tablet, (7) 42a.

Moundelard, Peter, 1342, occupier of High St. tenement, (173) 97b.

Munday, John, 1834, lessee of house, (130), 84b.

Musgrave, arms of, see Heraldry.

Musical Instrument Maker, see Occupations.

Musical Instruments, see Organs.

Mustin, George, 1649, innholder, (225) 111a.

Mutton's Bridge (21) 52a.

Myrfield House (326) 130b.

Naish, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

" Edith, donor of alms-dish, (5) 39a.

" Gyles, 1671, and Thomas, lessees, Winchester Street, (359) 139a.

Naish, William, 1716, see Maps and Surveys.

" Wm., mayor, inscription on bell, (3) 29a.

Nelle, Symon, churchwarden, inscription on clock-bell, (3) 29a.

Neville, arms of, see Heraldry.

New Canal, xxxiv; (125) 81a; (175)(188) 100102.

" Hall, see Old Sarum.

" Inn (107) 78b.

" Street, xxxvi; (104)(117) 78b80.

" " Chequer: (171)(202) 95b107a.

" " Ward, 1.

Newbridge Hospital, bell, liv.

Newman, Robert, 1456, William c. 1562, owners of 'le Crane', (102) 77b.

Newton Westgate, 'suburb' of Old Sarum, (1) 13a.

Nichol, John and Jhne, his wife, inscription on pillar, (3) 26a.

Nicholas, St., see Dedications.

" ", Hospital of, (26), xxxviii, xl, lxi, 54b.

" ", ", house belonging to, (111) 80a.

" ", Road, (325)(331) 130b, 131.

Nisbet:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Josiah, 1781, wall-monument, (6) 41a.

Norris:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, 1711, tablet, (8) 43a.

Novus Vicus, ward, xxxviii.

Nowes:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, 1819, benefactors' table from St. Clement's, (7) 41b.

Nugge, Hugh, 1268, owner of tenement in Blue Boar Row, (341) xxxvii, xlvi, 133a.

Nuggescorner, tenement, (341), see Nugge.

Oatmeal Row, xli, lxii; (40)(44) 61b, 62a.

Occupations, Trades and Businesses of persons mentioned in the Inventory: xl-xlii.
-, Aldermen: Pervys (151) 92a; Hussey (199) 105b.
-, Apothecaries: Younge(36) 60a; Joyce (174) 99b.
-, Bailiff: Whittokesmeade(351), 135b.
-, Bakers: Chubbe (219) 109a; Martyn (234) 113b; Isaac (250) 115b;
-, Smith (260) 119a; Wood (270) 120a.
-, Barbers: Wynchestre(57)xlvi; Harnhalle(132) 85b.
-, Bowyers: Boyton(37)61a;(133)88a.
-, Butcher: Halstede(249) 115a.
-, Carpenters: Fayrhowe(344) 133b; Lush(22) 52b.
-, Chandler: Burnham (215)108b.
-, Chaplain: Ashleigh(259) 118b.
-, Churchwardens: Bailey, Ogden, Sturidg, Hales, Nelle, Yonge (3) 29a; Smith, Pope, Adams, Young, Horte, Chiffinch, Antrum, Ginaway (4) 34a, b, 35b; Percevall, Wilkins, Fort, Staples, Hilary, Percevall (5) 38a, b; Blake, Randall, Borough (6) 40b, 41a; Heely, Marchant (7) 42a; Baxter, Samells (9) 44b.
-, Clerks: Caundel(225) 111a; Enefeld(302) 126a; (302) 126a.
-, Clerks of Works: Harding(174) 99b; Naish(359) 139a.
-, Clothiers: (37) 61a; Hussey(199) 105b; Hinxman(430) 151a.
-, Cook: Homyngton(173)97b.
-, Coroner: Aubyn(140) 89a.
-, Cutlers: (127) 82a; Goddard(130) 84b; Snook (216) 108b.
-, Drapers: Taillour, Baly, (35) 59b; Harding (129) 82b; Taillour (132) 85b; Bover(133) 89a; Buterlegh(140) 89b; Edmonds(259) 118b.
-, Dyers: (25) 54b.
-, Fishmonger: Pervys(151) 92a.
-, Goldsmith: (37) 61a.
-, Grocers: Steward (63) 64b; Cammell (128) 82a; (140) 90a; Spencer (151) 92a; Camel (219) 109a; Bakere (233) 113a.
-, Hosiers: Fawconer(55) 63b; Comb (63) 64b.
-, Innkeepers: Mustin (225) 111a; Story (344) 133b; Sanborn (359), 139a.
-, Ironmongers: xli.
-, Joiner: White(215) 108b.
-, Mercers: Newman(102) 77b; Castleton(132) 85b.
-, Merchants: Swayne (3) 27a; Frowd (33) 58b; Teynturer (173) 97b; Payne (185) 104a; Dondyng (208) 108a; Windover (302) 125b; Sanborne (359) 139a. See also Woolmerchants.
-, Ostler: Allesley (173) 97b.
-, Parchment Maker: Snowe(297) 124b.
-, Printers: Collins, (187) 105a; (300) 125a.
-, Public notary: Whitmarsh (63) 64b.
-, Schoolmaster: Crew(399) 145a.
-, Shoemaker: Mason (55) 63b.
-, Solicitor: Tinney (307) 128b.
-, Spicer: Shaftesbury (82) 68b.
-, Stonemason: Kellow(22) 52b.
-, Tailors: Pope (81) 68b; More, Goodyer, Munday (130) 84a, b; Godfrey (172) 97a; Trewman (236) 113b; Marchy (250) 115b.
-, Tanners: (37) 61a; Clerk(203) 107b; Crise(297) 124b.
-, Vintners: Vyner (37) 61a; Underhill, Westbury (86) 70b, 71a. Wyse (233) 113a; (234) 130b.
-, Watchmaker: Langley (82) 68b.
-, Woolmerchants: Russel, Fleming, Hyndon, Harding (129) 82b; Woodford (132) 85b; Byterlegh (177) 100b; Hall (185) 103b; Balle (351) 135b.

Oddfellows Arms Inn (220) 109b.

Ogden, T., churchwarden, inscription on bell, (3) 29a.

Okebourne, Robert, 1421, owner of tenement, (37) 61a.

Old Bell Inn (310) 129a.

" Castle Inn (562) 167b; excavations at, (1) 12b.

" Manor, hospital, (508) 160b; (512) 161a.

" Mill Cottage, Harnham, (586) 171a.

" " Hotel, Harnham, (587) 171a.

" Parsonage Farm (581) lxii, 171a.

Old Sarum: xxviiixxxii, Pls. 2430. See also Iron Age and Roman Monuments.
-, Hill-fort and Castle (1) 115.
-,-, Bakehouse, 10b, 11a; Bridges, 3a, 4b, 6b; Chapels, 3a, b, 8b, 9a, b, 10a; Church of St. Cross, 12a; Courtyard House, 2b, 3b, 8a10a; Curtain walls, 3a, 5b, 7a, 11b; Excavations 5a, b, 10b, 11a, 12b; Gates, 6b, 11b; Great Tower, 2b, 3a, 6a, 7a, b; Great Chamber, 10a; Hall, 10a; Herlewin's Tower, 3b, 6a, 7a, 10b, 11a; King's Gaol, 11b; Kitchen Tower, 6a, 7a, 10a, b; Latrines, 6b, 7a, b, 9b, 10a, b; Lower Bailey, 11a; Motte, 2a, 6a; New Hall, 3a, 10b; Ovens, 11a; Palisades, 5b, 6a, b; Saw-pit, 10b; stone removed, 4a; Suburbs, 12a, 13a; Tower above the Postern, 6a, 7b, 8a; Treasury, 7a; Tunnel, 12a; Wells, 11a.
-, Cathedral (2) 223:
-,-, Altars, 22b; Ambulatory, 19b; Apse, 16b; Bishop's Palace, 21b; Blocking Wall, 20b; Capitulum, 19a; Cemeteries, 16b, 21a; Chapels, 18b-20a; Cloister, 21b; Crossing, 67a, 20a; Crypt, 19a; Damage to, 15a; Deanery, 22b; Easter Sepulchre, 19b; Gravestones, 21b; Narthex, 21a; Nave, 20a; Pavements, 16b20; Porch, 20b; Presbytery, 17b, 19b; Pulpitum, 20b; Tombs, 19b; Towers, 21a; Transepts, 17a, 20a; Treasury, 17b; Vestry, 15b, 17b; Well-house, 21b.

Old Sarum, carved stones possibly from, (4) 35b; (383) 143a; (562) 167b.

Orchard Cottage (543) and Orchard House (544) 164b.

Organs: lviii; of 1739 by Thomas Swarbrick, of 1792 by Samuel Green, (3) 30b.

Osmond, William, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons, also Architects, Builders and Surveyors. Atelier of, (251) 116a.

Osmund, St, see Dedications.

" " charter of 1091, (1) 4a (2); 15a; tomb of, lvi, 19b.

Ostler, see Occupations.

Otemele corner, xli.

Outbuildings, see Barns.

Ovens, bread, (1) 11a; (355) 138b; (497) 159b; (528) 163b; (549) 165a.

Oword, Richard, 1417, owner of tenement, (35) 59b.

Ox Row, 62a, b.

Page, arms of, see Heraldry.

Pain's Brewery (420), (422) 148b.

Painters and Engravers: xlix.
-, Buckler, John: (3) 25b;(4) 34a; (5) 37a; (6) 39a;(7)(8) 42b;(9) 43b; (11) 45a; (13) 46a; (14) 49a, b; (15) 50a; (26) 56a; (97) 73b; (173) 98a;(208) 108a; (258) 118a; (293) 123b; (557) 116b; (587) 171b, n; (588) 172a; Plates 2, 4, 11.
-, Capon, William: (258) 118a.
-, Charlton, W. H.: (63) 64b, Pl. 10; (173) 98a, Pl. 6.
-, Dahl:(13)47a.
-, Dayes, Edward: (13) 46a; (132) 85a, n.
-, Dryden, Sir H.: (173) 98a, Pl. 6.
-, Goodall, E. A., and Surgey, J, B.: (173) 98a, Pl. 4.
-, Guest, Douglas: (3) 31a.
-, Lyons, John: (3) 25b.
-, Jukes, Frederick: (13) 46a.
-, Smith, William: Plate 1.
-, Surgey, J. B., see Goodall.
-, Twopeny, William: (97) 73b, Pl. 9; (173) 98a, Pls. 5, 7; (177) 101a, Pl. 7; (258) 118a, Pl. 9; (293) 123b, Pl. 10.
-, Winterhalter: (13) 47a.

Paintings in Churches: lviii, Pl. 43.
-, 13th-century: (9) 44b.
-, 15th-century: (3) 30b.
-, 17th-century: (6) 41a.
-, 19th-century: (3) 31a.

Paintings, secular (notable):
-, 13th-century: (95) 73a.
-, C. 1550: (391) 144b.
-, 17th-century: (302) 126b; (399) 145b.
-, 19th-century: (300) 125a.

Palisades, see Old Sarum.

Panelling:
-, 16th-century: (77) 67a; (174) 100a.
-, 17th-century: (43) 62a; (101) 77a; (117) 80b; (128) 82b; (165) 94b; (174) 100a; (234) 113a; (247), 115a; (252), 117a; (253) 117b; (264) (267) 119b; (273) 121a; (294) 124a; (300) 125a; (304) 127b; (315) 129b; (329) 131b; (338) 133b; (346) 135a; (436) 151b; (478) 157b; (549) 165a; (557) 167a.
-, 18th-century: (86) 71a; (87) 71b; (99) 76b; (106) 78b; (107) 79a; (115) 80a; (128) 82a; (139) 89b; (156) 93b; (230) 112a; (267) 119b; (286) 122b; (296) 124a; (314) (315) 129b; (323) 130a; (340) 133a; (347) 135a; (355) 138b; (358) 139a; (359) 139b; (406) 146a; (415) 147b; (424) 149a; (427) 150b; (430) 151a; (467) (468) 155a; (477) 157b; (521) 162a.

Paper Mill (304) 127b.

Papier-mache, decoration, (419) 148a.

Parade Coffee Tavern (338) 132b.

Paragon, The, (510) 160b.

Parchment makers, see Occupations.

Parishes and Wards: xxxviiil.
-, Fisherton and St. Paul: (476)(537) 157164.
-, Milford: (563)(574) 168.
-, St. Edmund: (333)(475) 132157.
-, St. Mark: (538)(562) 164168.
-, St. Martin: (34)(332) 59131.
-, St. Thomas: (575)(595) 169172.

Park, John, 1429, inherited tenement, (362) 140a.

Parry, Anthony, 1595, owner of Boar Inn, (344) 133b.

Parsonage Farm House (549) lxii, 165a.

Parsonages etc.:
-, Bemerton Rectory (528) 163a.
-, Fisherton Rectory (497) 159a.
-, St. Osmund's (315) 129b.
-, Stratford-sub-Castle (556) 166a.

Parsons Chequer, 146.

Patens, see Plate, Church.

Paul's Dene, Roman finds at, xxviii.

Paul, Saint, church of, see St. Clement's, (7) 41b.

Pavements, see Old Sarum, Cathedral.

Payne:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Elizabeth, 1734, slab, (4) 35a.
-, Sampson, 1834, owner of Hall of John Hall, (185) 104a.

Payne's Hill, (247) 115a.

Pembroke, earl of, benefactor of General Infirmary, (22) 52b.

" Lodge (508) 160b.

Peniston, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Penkere, Henry, 1482, owner of house, (249) 115a.

Pennyfarthing Street, xliii.

Penruddock, Sir Henry, tenant of house, (37) xlviii, 61a.

Perceval, John, churchwarden, inscription on bell, (5) 38a; on tower, 38b.

Pervys, John, 1418, owner of tenement, (151) 92a.

Petersfinger, pagan Saxon cemetery, xxviii; (1) 1b.

Pethen, Joanna, 1350, will xl, n.6.

Pewter, see Plate, Church.

Pheasant Inn (399) 145a.

Phebis, Wm., 1416, purchaser of house, (305) 128a.

Phillips, James, see Clockmakers.

Phipps, arms of, see Heraldry.

Piggot, Anna Maria, 1851, tablet, (8) 43a.

Pilkington, William, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Pinkney's Bank, 1879, adjacent to Queen Street tenement, (133) 89a.

Piscinae: lvii, lix, Pl. 40.
-, 13th-century: (4) 35b; (6) 41a; (9) 44b; (11) 46a; (26) 56b.
-, 14th-century: (6) 41a; (9) 44b.
-, 15th-century: (4) 35a;(5) 38b.

Pitt:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Thomas, benefactor of St. Lawrence's, (6) liii, 40a.

Plank-and-Muntin partitions:
-, 17th-century: (260) 118b.
-, 18th-century: (295) 124a; (522) 162a.

Plasterers:
-, Bernasconi, Francis: The College, (14) 49b.
-, Schafflin, Robert: Infirmary, (22) 52b.

Plasterwork: Pls. 93, 95. See also Ceilings.
-, 15th or 16th-century: (40) 61b.
-, 16th-century: (82) 69a.
-, 17th-century: (42) 62a; (173) 99a; (174) 100a; (184) 103b; (302) 126a; (304) 127b; (567) 168a.
-, 18th-century: (77) 67a; (110) 80a; (180) 102b; (273) 121a; (287) (289) 123a; (297) 124a; (391) 144b; (500) 159b; (570) 168b; (585) 171a.
-, 19th-century: (175) 100a; (299) 124b; (549) 165a.

Plate, Church: lix, Pls. 545.
-, Pewter:
-,-, Flagons: 17th-century: (7) 42a. 18th-century: (27) 57b.
-,-, Patens: 17th-century: (7) 42a.
-, Silver:
-,-, Alms-dishes: 17th-century: (4) 35b. 18th-century: (5) 39a; (6) 41a.
-,-, Cups with Cover-patens: 16th-century: (4) 35b; (8) 43a.
-,-, Cups without Covers: 16th-century: (8) 43a. 18th-century: (27) 57b.
-,-, Flagons: 17th-century: (4) 35b. 18th-century: (6) 41a.
-,-, Patens: 16th-century (5) 39a. 17th-century: (4) 35b. 18th-century: (6) 41a; (8) 43a.
-,-, Stand-paten: 18th-century: (4) 35b; (27) 57b.

Plate, Civic, (13) 47b.

Plume of Feathers (132) xliv, lxi, 85a.

Polatrie, la, xli.

Police Station and Lock-up, (23) 54a.

Poore:
-, Bishop Herbert, xxxii.
-, Bishop Richard, xxxii; (2) 16a; (3) 24a; mill of, (66) 65a.

Pope, Silvester, 1649, lessee of tenement, (81) 68b.

" Walter, 1671, churchwarden's inscription on bell, (4) 34a.

Porches:
-, 12th-century: (2) 20b.
-, 13th-century: (26) 55a, 56.
-, 15th-century: (3) S. porch c. 1400, N. porch (demolished), 24b, 25a; (6) 39a; (14) from Cathedral, 49b.
-, 17th-century: (264) 119b; (304) gone, 127b; (557) 166b.
-, 18th-century: (14) 49a; (199) 105b; (427) 150a.
-, 19th-century: (13) 46b; (254) 117b.

Porte, John and Juliana, 1423, owners of Deverell's Inn, (25) 54b.

Portway, Old Sarum, (1) 12a.

" Cottage (538) 164b.

Post Office, 19th-century, (35) 60a.

Postern Tower, see Old Sarum.

Pot Row, xl.

Pottery: Iron Age (1) 5b; 11th12th century (1) 12b.

Poultry Cross (15), xli, lxi, 50a.

" Street, xli.

Pound Chequer, (262)(271) 119, 120.

Powell:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Sir Alexander, 1748, and Catherine, 1772, monument, (3) lviii, 30a.
-, Alexander, 1751, altered, (427) 149a.
-, Catherine, 1772, floor-slab, (3) 30b.
-, Francis, 1746, and Anna, 1825, tablet, (5) 38b.
-, John, 1737, and Catherine, 1757, floor-slab, (3) 30b.

Powelscorner, xli.

Prebendal House (556) 166a.

Precey:
-, Mary, 1810, and James, 1822, headstones, (9) 44a.
-, Sarah, 1787, and William . . ., headstone, (9) 44a.

Presbyterian Meeting House, see Meeting Places, Non-Conformist.

Presbytery, see Old Sarum.

Priaulx, arms of, see Heraldry.

Prince, arms of, see Heraldry.

Printers, see Occupations.

'Priory', the, (264), (265) 119b.

Prospect Place (292) 123b.

" ", Devizes Road, (532) 164a.

Public Buildings: xlvii, xlix, lxiii.
-, Council House: (14) 48a.
-, County Gaol: (24) 54a.
-, Gaol, former: (476) 157a.
-, General Infirmary: (22) 52b.
-, Guildhall: (13) xl, xlix, 46a.
-, Market House: (25) 54b.
-, Penitentiary, female: (285) 122a.
-, Police Station and Lock-up: (23) 54a.

Public Notary, see Occupations.

Pugin, A. W. N., see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Pulpits: lix, Pl. 46.
-, 15th-century: (4) 35b.
-, 17th-century: (6) 41a.
-, 19th-century: (12) 46b.

Pulpitum, see Old Sarum (2).

Purdue, William, see Bellfounders.

Pynkebrygge, William, 1452, owner of tenement, (236) 113b.

Pynnok, William, 1270, Richard, John and Isabella, 1386, owners of property, (77) 67a, b.

Pynnok's Inn (77) xlii, xlvi, 67a, b.

Queen's Arms Inn (225) lxi, 111a.

Queen Street, (126)(133) 81b89a.

Queensberry, Duchess of, benefactor of Infirmary, (22) xlix, 52b.

Quintin, Nicholas de St., see St. Quintin.

Radnor, earl of, benefactor of Guildhall, (13) xlix; of Infirmary, (22) xlix, 52b.

Raie d'or Inn (227) 111b.

Railways: their arrival, 1; branch line to Market House, (25) 54b.

Rainwater heads (dated):
-, 1682, 1748, 1751, (3) 31a; 1773 (77) 67a; 1569 (106) 78b; 1689 (132) 85b; 1784 (297) 124a; 1788 (343) 133b; 1787 (409) 146b.

Rampart, see Defences.

" Road (16) 50b; (567) 168b.

Ramsbury and Sherborne, Bishop of, xxix; (2) 15a.

Randall, W., 1767, churchwarden, inscription on bell, (6) 40b.

Ray:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Family, 17th-century owners of White Bear, (219) 109a.
-, Thomas, 1670, and Margaret, 1682, wall-monument, (3) 30a.
-, William, 1625, lessee of house in Catherine Street, (216) 108b.

Reading, bell from, see Bellfounders.

Reaves, Ann (Goddard), 1754, floor-slab, (4) 35a.

Rectory, see Parsonages.

Red Lion Hotel (219), lxi, 109a.

Reeves of Bath, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Reform Act, Old Sarum, (1) 4a.

Reredos, 18th-century, (6) 41a.

Retreat, (285), 122a.

Richeman, John, 1362, benefactor of College, (14), xliii.

Roger, Bishop, xxxi, 1, li; (1) 3a, 6a, 8a; (2) 15b, 17b, 19b, 20a, b.

Rogers, see Eyre.

Rolfe:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, John, 1735, floor-slab, (4) 35a.

Rolfe's Chequer, (237)(246) 114, 115a.

Rolleston Place, (404) 146a.

" Street, xliii.

Rolvestone, xxxvii.

Roman Monuments: xxviii; (1) building, 11a; roads and settlement, 1a, b.

Rood-lofts: lix; (3) 26a; (4) 32a.

Roofs, mediaeval (in churches): liv.
-, King-strut tie-beam: (3) 26a, 27b.
-, Panelled: (3) 26b, 27a.
-, Vault: (3) 28b.
-, Wagon: (4) 33a, b; (6) 40b; (9) 43b.

Roofs, mediaeval and later (in secular buildings); xliv, Pls. 823.
-, Rafter:
-,-, Collared: (131), 15th-century, 84a; (195), 14th-century, 105b.
-,-, Crown-post: (71) 66a; (102) 77b; (129) 83b; (140) 90b, 91a; (173) 99a; (203) 107b, (225) 111a; (351) 136b, 137a; (458) 153b; (576) 169b. (All 14th-century).
-,-, Scissor-braced: (219) 14th-century, 109b; (328) 13th-century, 131a.
-, Trusses:
-,-, Arch-braced collar: 14th-century: (132) 86b; (140) 91a. 15th-century: (81) 68b; (97) 75a, b; (441) 152b. 16th-century: (185) 104a.
-,-, Collared tie-beam: 14th-century: (132) 87a. 15th-century: (52) 63a; (55) (56) 64a; (63), 65a; (183) 103a; (341) 133a; (344), 134a; (399) 145b; (430) 151a. 16th-century: (315) 129b; (383) 143a; (422) 148b; (438) 152b; (549) 165b; (557) 167a; (581) 170b; (588) 172a.
-,-, Crucks: 15th-century: (107) 79a; (132) 87a; (250) 116a; (306) 128b; (376) 141b; (584) 170b. 16th-century: (492) 158b; (497) 159b; (526) 162b.
-,-, False Hammerbeam: 14th-century: (173) 99a. 15th-century: (185) 104a; (236) 113b; (344) 134a; (475) 157a. 16th-century: (177) 102a.
-,-, Hammerbeam: 14th-century: (132) 87b; (351) 136b. C. 1440: (302) 126a, b. 15th-century: (151) 91b.
-,-, King Strut: 14th-century: (305) 128b. 16th-century: (383) 143b.
-,-, Scissor-Truss: 14th-century: (82) 69a; (132) 87a. C. 1400: (302) 125b, 126a. 15th-century: (97) 75b.
-,-, Spere: 14th-century: (177) 101b; (351) 137a. 16th-century: (94) 73a.

Rose and Crown Hotel (576), lxi, 169a.

Rotunda (299) 124b.

Royal Arms, see Heraldry.

" George Inn (470) 155b.

Rudhall, Abraham, see Bellfounders.

Russel:
-, Henry, c. 1354, property-holder in Cross Keys chequer, (129) 82b; before 1365, in New Canal, (177) xl, 100b.
-, William, 1306, builder of house, (129) 82b.

Restehale, Alice, 14th-century owner of tenement, (225) 111a.

Rydedore (Raie d'or), Clement atte, tenement of, (227) 111b.

St. Ann's Gate/Street, xxxiv, xxxvii; (260), 118b: (261), (262) 119a; (274), (275), (278) 121b; (286)(310) 122129a.

St. Barbe, William, purchaser of College, (14) 48a.

St. John's Street, (251)(254) 116, 117.

St. Quintin, Nicholas de, 1265, owner of property in High Street, xliii, 70b.
-, Robert, 1297, owner of tenement, (92) 72a.

Saints, see under proper names.

Salisbury City, arms of, see Heraldry.

Salisbury, John, 1391, owner of tenement, (233) 113a.

Salisbury, Patrick, earl of, 1153, (1) 3a.

Salisbury, See, arms of, see Heraldry.

Salt Lane, (348) 135a; (357) 139a; (369)(371) 141a; (399)(403) 145; (417) (418) 147b.

Salters' Company, arms of, see Heraldry.

Salvation Army Citadel (356) 138b.

Samells, James, 1692, churchwarden, inscription on bell, (9) 44b.

Sanborn. Richard, wine merchant, license granted to, (359) 139a.

Sanger, Joseph, 1846, tablet, (12) 46b.

Sarjeant, Harriet, 1836, tablet, (6) 41a.

Saw-pit, Old Sarum, (1) 10b.

Saxon occupation: xxviii, xxix; (1) 1, 6a.

Schafflin, Robert, see Plasterers.

School, free, 1624, Castle Street, (423) 149a.

Schoolmaster, see Occupations.

Scot, John, 1269, house of, xxxvii.

Scot's Lane, xxxvii; (383) 142b; (459) 154a.

Scott, Gilbert, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Screens: lix, lx, Pls. 445.
-, 15th-century: (3) 31a; (6) 41a, b.
-, 17th-century: (9) 44b.
-, 18th-century: (3) 30a; (6) 41a.

Screens-passages: 14th-century, (177) 101b; 16th-century (290) 123a.

Scratch-dial, mediaeval, (4) 35b.

Sculptors and Monumental Masons: lxii.
-, Brown: (5) Wych, 38b.
-, Cave: (3) Earlsman, 30b; (4) Earlsman, 34b.
-, Croome: (5) Burrough, 38b.
-, Earlsman: (3) Powell, 30a.
-, Gaffi: (8) Piggot, 43a.
-, Hunter: (6) Nisbet, 41a.
-, King: (4) Baker, 35a.
-, Mitcherd: (3) Powell, 30b; (7), d'Oyly, Louisa Mitcherd, 42a.
-, Osmond: (3) Harrington, Popple, Long, 30b; (4) Tinney, 34b, Hinxman, 35a; (5) Cooper, White, 38b; (6) Sarjeant, 41a; (7) Calder, Atkinson, Woodward, 42a; (8) Hawes, Coxe, 43a.
-, Reeves: (4) Lee, 35a.

Sculpture, see Carved Stonework.

Searobyrg, xxviii, 1b.

Seating (in churches).
-, Box Pews: (6), 41b.
-, Chairs:
-,-, 17th-century: (3) 29b; (6) 40b; (9) 44b.
-,-, 18th-century: (4) 34b.
-,-, 19th-century: (5) 38a.
-, Stalls: (3), 31a.

Serryge, Henry, 1508, (97) 75b.

Seven Deadly Sins, tenements, (252) 116b.

Seynt Maryabbey, 1465, tenement, (131) 84b.

Shaftesbury, John de, 1314, lessor of tenement, (82) 68b.

Sherborne, removal of see to Old Sarum, (1) xxxi, 15a.

Shields-of-arms, see Heraldry.

Shirley, Walter, 1416, owner of Balle's Place, (351) 135a, and houses in Winchester Street, (3612) 140a.

Shoemakers, see Occupations.

" Guild Hall (399) xlvii, 145a.

Short, Walter, 1431, occupant of tenement, (233) 113a.

Shorto's Cutlery (127) 82a.

Shoulder of Mutton Inn (64) 65a.

Shoves Corner, xlv, 120b.

Shuttleworth, Francis, see Clockmakers.

Silver, see Plate, Church.

Silversmiths: lxxxv.
-, DR: (4) 35b.
-, G.S.: (5) 39a.
-, I.F.: (8) 43a.
-, Ingles, John: (7) 42a.
-, Sleath, Gabriel: (4) 35b.
-, T.W.: (5) 39a.

Simon of Ghent, Bishop, xxxviii.

Slater:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Sarah, 1797, floor-slab, (4) 35a.

Sleat, W., see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Sleath, Gabriel, see Silversmiths.

Sluices: xxxiv, xli; (427) 149a. See also Ditches and Water Channels.

Smith, Robert, 1649, occupant of tenement, (260) 119a.

" , William, see Painters and Engravers.

" ", 1675, inscription on bell, (4) 34a.

Smithies, arms of, see Heraldry.

Smoke louvres and blackened rafters: xliv; (302) 126b; (376) 141b; (414) 147a; (526) 162b; (584) 170b.

Snook, Charles, 1649, tenant of Holy Lamb, (92) 72a.

" William, 1754, occupant of tenement, (216) 108b.

Snow, Thomas, 1776, tablet, (4) 35a.

Snowe, John, parchment maker 1649, occupant of tenement, (297) 124b.

Solicitors, see Occupations.

Sorviodunum, xxviii; (1) 1.

South-East Chequer, (276)(278) 121b.

Speed, John, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Spencer:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Richard, 1399, owner of property in Milford St., (151) 92a; in St. Ann's Street, (302) 126a.
-, Edith, 1414, widow of Richard, (151) 92a.

Spicers, see Occupations.

Spooner, arms of, see Heraldry.

Spread Eagle Inn (176) 100a.

Stables, see Barns and Outbuildings.

Staircases (notable): Plates 869.
-, 15th or 16th-century: (40) 61b.
-, 16th-century: (77) 67a.
-, 17th-century: (36) 60b; (87) 71b; (90) 72a; (101) 77a; (132) 88a; (173) 99a; (182) 103a; (302) 126a; (304) 127b; (307) 129a; (333) 132a; (350) 135a; (359) 139b; (485) (486) 158a; (521) 162a; (557) 167a.
-, 18th-century: (14) 49a; (37) (38) 61b; (46) 62b; (58) 64b; (74) 66b; (77) 67a; (99) 76b; (110) 80a; (124) 81a; (127) 82a; (130) 84a; (133) 88b; (139) 89b; (156) 93b; (180) 102b; (181) 103a; (199) 106a; (228) 112a; (230) 112b; (252) 117a; (273) 121a; (286) 122b; (287) (289) 123a; (294) 124a; (330) 131b; (338) 132b; (340) 133a; (354) 138a; (355) 138b; (368) 141a; (384) 143b; (415) 147b; (419) 148a; (427) 150b; (435) 151b; (463) 154b; (468) 155a; (477) 157a; (556) 166b.
-, 19th-century: (95) 73a; (389) 144a; (391) (393) 144b; (428) 151a; (446) 153a; (461) 154a; (462) 154b; (520) 161b; (532) 164a.

Stalls, see Seating.

Stand-paten, see Plate.

Star Inn (227) 111b.

Stephen, King, 1153, writ for demolition of Old Sarum, (1) 3a; plundering of Cathedral, (2) 15b.

" Saint, see Dedications.

Steward, Henry, 1649, occupant of house, (63) 64b.

Steynings, plaque inscribed, (101) 77a.

Stokes, John, 1471, (63), 64b.

Stone, William, mayor 1656, inscription on bell, (5) 38a.

Stonemason, see Occupations.

Stoning, arms of, see Heraldry.

Storage Pits, see Iron Age.

Storehouse Yard (259) 118b.

Story, George, 1595, innkeeper, Boar Inn, (344) 133b.

Stoups: lx; (4) 35b.

Stourton:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Sir John, 1447, granted Old Sarum, (1), 3b.

Strapp, John, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Stratford-sub-Castle, xxix, li; (538)(562) 164b168a.

Stratfordescorner, (234) 113b.

Street, G. E., see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Street-names, xxxvivii, xl-xli.

Stricland, John, 1656, inscription on bell, (5) 38a.

Summer-houses; Castle Street (427), 151b; Milford, (570) 168b.

Sun and Lamb (92) 72a.

Sunn, sign of the, (86) 71a.

Sundials:
-, Mediaeval: (9) 44b.
-, 17th-century: (3), 31a
-, 18th-century: (4) 35b.

Surgey, J. B., see Painters and Engravers.

Surman, Robert, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Swarbrick, Thomas, 1739, organ builder, (3) 30b.

Swayne:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Bennet, 1748, and Thomas, 1747, monument, (4) 34b.
-, Merchant mark (3) 27a.
-, William, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.
-, William, Christian his wife, James, inscriptions, (3) 27a.

Swayne's Chequer, (155)(165) 93, 94.

Swein, King of Denmark, xxix.

Swift, John, 1416, xli.

Symonds, Willia, 1638, lessee of King's Arms, (252) 116b.

Tables: See also Communion Tables.
-, 17th-century: (3) 31a; (26) 56b.
-, 18th-century: (27) 57b.

Tables of the Decalogue, (6) lx, 41b.

Taillour, Nicholas le, owner of house in Cheesemarket, (35) 59b; in Queen Street, (132) 85b.

Tailors, see Occupations.

Tailors' Guild: xxv, xxvii, xlvii; (130) 84a; (165) 94a; (172) 97a; (26970) 120b.

Tailors' Hall (165), xlvii, 94a.

Talbot, arms of, see Heraldry.

Tanner, Joseph, 1795, initials on chair, (13) 47b; house, (427), 149a.

Tanner Street, xlii; see also St. Ann's Street.

Tanners, see Occupations.

" Guild Hall, xlv, xlvii.

Tatum, Elizabeth, 1798, tablet, (4) 35a.

Tavel, Robert, 1400, lessee of tenement, (297) 124b.

Taverner, John and Alice le, 1333, lessees of Pynnok's Inn, (77) 67b.

Taylor's Alsmhouses (32) 58b.

Taylor, Sir Robert, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

Terry:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Peter, 1727, and Mary, 1739, floor-slab, (4) 35a.

Teynturer:
-, William, 1363, owner of Queen St. property, (131) 84b.
-, William the younger, mayor 1361, 1375, owned George Inn, (173) 97b; house in New Canal, (177) 100b; house in Milford St., (234), 113a.
-, Alice, wife of William, later m. Sir George Meriot, (173) 97b; (177) 100b.

Textile, 15th-century, (3) lx, 31a.

Thomas's Row, Milford, (567) 168b.

Thomas, St.:
-, Church, see Dedications of Churches.
-, Parish, see Parishes and Wards.
-, Porch, formerly in cathedral, now at (14), 49b.
-, Schools, xlix.

Thomas, Mary, 1781, hatchment, tablet, (4) 34b.

Three Crowns Inn, Harnham, (585) 171a.

" Cups Chequer (351)(362) 135140.

" " Inn (359) 139a.

" Lions Inn, adjacent to (133), 89a.

" Swans Chequer (345)(350) 134135

" " Hotel (345) 134a.

Tiler, see Occupations.

Tiles, mediaeval, (1) glazed ridge, 9a; (2) 16b; (184) 103b; (250) crested ridge, 116a; (351) with serrated cresting, 137b; (362) 140a.

Timber-framing, see Building Construction.

Tinney, John, 1832, tablet, (4) 34b; owner of house, (307) 128a.

Tinney's Court, (404), 146a.

Todeworth, Richard, c. 1320, tenant of property, (177) 100b.

Toll Gate Inn (279) 121b.

Tollgate Road, (573), (574) 168b.

Tompson, Catherine and John, 1702, floor-slab, (6) 41a.

Toone's Court (383) 142b.

Tosiear, Clement, see Bellfounders.

Town Ditch, see Ditches and Water Channels.

" Mill (66), xxxiii, 65a.

Townsend:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, James, 1679, table-tomb, (6) lvii, 41a.

Toyl, William, 1404, owner of Boar Inn, (344) 133b.

Trades, see Occupations.

Trade Guilds, see Guilds.

Transfiguration, painting, 1809, (3) 31a.

Treasury, Old Sarum (2) 17b.

Trewman, John, 1638, lessee of tenement adjoining (236), 113b.

Trinity, see Dedications of Churches.

" Chequer, xxxvi; (227)(235) 111113.

" Hospital (27), xlvi, xlix, lxiii, 56b.

" ", tenements associated with: xxv, xxvii; (57) 64a; (2156) 108b; (227) 112a; (236) 113b.

Tunnel, Old Sarum, (1) 12a.

Turner, Joseph, 1833, table-tomb, (7) 42a.

Twopeny, William, see Painters and Engravers.

Undercroft, Old Sarum, (2) 15b.

Underhill, James, 1649, tenant, (86) 70b.

Upton, Walter de, 1341, lessee of High Street tenement, (82) 68b.

Urn, probably 16th-century, (14) 49b.

Use of Sarum, Old Sarum, (2) 15a, 22b.

Vale House (297) 124a.

Vanners Chequer, (410)(418) 146147.

Vaults: (2) 17b, 19a, 22a; (3) 28b.

Vicarage, Stratford-sub-Castle (556) 166a.

Vicars Choral, tenements associated with: xxv, xxvii; (77) 67b; (81), (82) 68b; (219) 109a; (26970) 120a.

Victoria, Queen, portrait of, (13) 47a.

Vine Inn (37), xlviii, xlix, 61a.

Viner:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, William, 1680, brass, (3) 29a.
-, Mary, 1682, floor-slab, (3) 30b.

Vintners, see Occupations.

Visitation, painted panel, (3) 31a.

Vyner, William, 1647, lessee of the Vine, (37), xlviii, 61a.

Walker, Richard and Alice, 1435, tenants of house, (129) 82b.

", Richard, 1464, vendor of house, (249) 115a.

Walls, precinct:
-, Castle, see Old Sarum (curtain).
-, Friary, (302) 126a; (304) 127b.
-, Garden, (398) 145a.
-, Town defences, xxxviii.
-, Windover House, (302) 126b.

Wallis, John, see Bellfounders.

Wall-monuments, see Monuments, Funeral.

Walmsley:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Maude, 1591, (133) 88b.

Walton, Izaac, biographer of George Herbert, (528), liii, 163b (n).

Waltham, bishop, 1388, owner of property in Silver St., (63) 64a.

Warbilton, John, 1418, associated with tenement, (151) 92a.

Ward Taxation Lists, xxvi, xlii.

Wards, see Parishes and Wards.

Warehouses:
-, 16th-century: (348) 135a; (440) 152b.
-, 18th-century: (46) 62b; (170) 95b; (345) 134a.
-, Late 18th or early 19th-century: (224) 111a.
-, 19th-century: (39) 61b; (120) 81a; (154) 92b; (194) 105b; (208) 108a; (218) 105b; (394) 145a; (460) 154a; (587) 171a.

Warwick, arms of, see Heraldry.

Wastfield:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, William, 1735, floor-slab, (4) 35a.

Watchmakers, see Occupations.

Water-channels (in streets): xxxiiixxxvi, xliii, xlviii. Conduit in Castle Street, (427) 149a. See also Ditches.

Water Lane, xli.

Waterman, William, mayor 1702, donor of plate, (27).

Wattle and daub, see Building Construction.

Weavers' Hall, xlvii.

Webb, Webbe:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Doran, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.
-, John, 1570, brass, (3), lv, lvii, 29a.
-, Sir John, 1637, vendor of tenement, (37), 61a.
-, Sir John, 1767, owner of hall in Trinity St., (236) 113b.
-, Joseph, 1779, wall-monument, (6), 41a.
-, William, 1523, owner of tenement near Water Lane, xli.

Weekes, Anthony, c. 1570, owner of tenement, (102) 77b.

Wells: xlv; Old Sarum, (1) 11a; (2) 21b.

Wells, Robert, see Bellfounders.

West End Hotel (516) 161a.

Westbury, William, 1423, purchaser of tenement, (302) 126a.

" Robert, 1682, lessee of tenement, (86) 71a.

Wheatsheaf Inn (71), lxi, 65b.

Whelernrow, xli.

White:
-, Ann, 1797, and John, 1815, headstones, (9) 44b.
-, Elizabeth, 1833, tablet, (5) 38b.
-, Isaac, 1865, occupier of Windover House, (302) 126a.
-, Peter, 1455, tenant of House, (215) 108b.
-, William, of Mere, 1455, owner of the Leg, (172) 97a.

White Bear Inn, now Red Lion, (219) 109a.

" Hart Chequer, (251)-(261) 116119.

" " Hotel (254) 117b.

" Horse Chequer, (381)(389) 142144.

" " Inn, 1609, (86) 70b.

Whitmarsh, Henry, 1649, notary, occupant of house, (63) 64b.

Whittokesmeade, John, 1455, tenant of Balle's Place, (351), xlii, 135b.

Wichford, William de: 1362, purchaser of tenement, (132) 85b; 1370, rent given by, (231) 112b.

Wickham, William, Bishop of Winchester, 1595, donor of cup, (4), lix 35b.

Wilkins, Mr., churchwarden, inscription on bell, (5) 38a.

Willes, arms of, see Heraldry.

Willis, Joseph, 1772, tablet, (4) 35a.

Willoughby, arms of, see Heraldry.

Wilton: Mediaeval road to Winchester, xxxiii; Saxon settlement, xxix, 1b.

Wilton Road: (507)(517) 160b, 161a.

Winchester, arms of see, see Heraldry.

" Gate Inn (563) 168a.

" Street: xxxiv, xxxvii, xl; 89a, 91a, 93b, 134a, 137b, 140a, 141, 142a.

Windham, John, donor of bell, (3) 29a.

Windover:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Edward, 1645, floor-slab, (4) 35a.
-, William, 17th-century owner of house, (302), xlv, xlvii, 125b.

Windover House (302), xlii, xliv, xlv, lxi, 125b.

Windows (stone, notable):
-, 15th-century: (97) 74b, oriel; (185) 104a; (258) 118a.
-, 16th-century: (102) 78a; (588) 172a.

Windows (wood-framed, early):
-, 14th-century: (129) 83b, 84a; (177) 102a; (341) 133a; (576) 169a.
-, 15th-century: (63) 65a; (97) 75a.
-, 16th-century: (92) 72a; (165) 94a.

Winterbourne Gunner, pagan Saxon cemetery, xxviii.

Winterhalter, see Painters and Engravers.

Wynman Street, xxxvii.

Wood, John, see Architects, Builders and Surveyors.

" Robert, 1794, lessee of bakehouse, (270) 120a.

Woodford Chantry, xliii.

", Robert de, 1340, owner of Queen St. tenement, (132) 85b.

Woodward, John: benefactor's table and monument, 1828, (7) 42a.

Woolmerchants, see Occupations.

Workhouse (978) 73b, 76a.

Wroughton:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, William, 1770, and Dorothy, 1799, tablet, (3) 30a.

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

Wyche, Benjamin, 1701, builder of Audley House (99) 76b.

Wych, John: 1773, lessee of house (359) 139a; 1805, tablet, (5) 38b.

Wychebury, Gilbert and Nicholas de, 1357, 1361, owners of property, (233) 113a.

Wyle, Bishop Walter de la, li; (5) 36a.

Wylford, arms of, see Heraldry.

Wynchestre, John, 1458, donor of treatment to Trinity Hospital, (57) xlvi, 64a.

Wyndham:
-, Arms of, see Heraldry.
-, Family, 16681868, marble tablet, (5) 38b.
-, Henry Penruddock, 1790, enlarged The College, (14) 49a.
-, Wadham, 1839, donor of clock, (5) 38a.
-, Wadham, 1660, purchaser of The College, (14) 48a.

Wynman Gate (16) xxxviii, 51a.

Wyse, John, vintner, 15th-century tenant of property, (233) (234) 113.

Yarn Market, xl.

Yonge, Willym, churchwarden, inscription on clock-bell, (3) 29a.

Young, Sara, 1652, floor-slab, (6) 41a.

Younger, John, 1549, occupant of Windover House, (302) 126a.