List of Illustrations and Maps

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Victoria County History

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R. W. Dunning (editor), M.C. Siraut, A.T. Thacker, Elizabeth Williamson

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2006

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'List of Illustrations and Maps', A History of the County of Somerset: Volume 9: Glastonbury and Street (2006), pp. IX-X. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117167 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS AND MAPS

Maps deriving from inclosure or tithe maps were drawn by the Drawing Office, University College, London, from drafts by M.C. Siraut. Photographs from the collections of the Somerset Studies Library (S.S.L.) and the Somerset Archaeological Society (S.A.S.) are from copies by David Bromwich

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1Somerset Victoria County History: key to volumes publishedxvi
2Glastonbury Tor from Sharpham Park, 1843. Watercolour by W. W. Wheatley (S.A.S.)1
3View from Walton Hill to Dundon Beacon and Compton Dundon, c. 1920 (S.A.S.)2
4Glastonbury Twelve Hides Hundred, c. 18403
5Meare, the road to the moors, c. 1930 (S.R.O. D/P/lanf 23/4)5
6Glastonbury parish in 18448
7Opening of the Glastonbury canal, 1833 (S.A.S.)9
8Glastonbury abbey, based on a plan in Archaeological Journal, LXXXVII, 1930, facing p. 4012
9Glastonbury abbey, excavation of the nave, 1928. Photograph by B. C. Clayton13
10Glastonbury abbey, north door of the Lady Chapel, 1993. Photograph by J. P. S. Dunning13
11Glastonbury abbey, Lady chapel and Galilee looking west, 1993. Photograph J. P. S. Dunning14
12Glastonbury, the abbey ruins, 1723. Engraving by E. Kirkall after W. Stukeley (S.A.S.)15
13Glastonbury town in 184417
14Glastonbury, house in High Street, 1825. Wash drawing by J. Buckler (S.A.S.)18
15Glastonbury, shop in High Street, 1825. Wash drawing by J. Buckler (S.A.S.)18
16Glastonbury, market place, c. 1800. From watercolour by T. Rowlandson (S.A.S.)19
17Map of Glastonbury Town, revised 1930. (O.S. Map 1/2500, Som. L. 17 (1930 edn.))20
18Glastonbury, Benedict St. c. 1910. Photograph by F. Frith & Co.21
19Glastonbury, George and Pilgrim hotel, 1993. Photograph by J. P. S. Dunning21
20Glastonbury abbey: 1300th anniversary of St. Augustine's mission to Britain, 1897 (S.A.S.)23
21Glastonbury, St. Benedict's school gardens, c. 1910 (Somerset Rural Life Museum)25
22Glastonbury, Mens' Almshouses. Engraving by J. Greig after S. Prout, 1827 (S.A.S.)26
23Glastonbury, market cross and lower conduit. Signed C. A. N. 1845, copied by R. H. Newell (S.A.S.)29
24Glastonbury, market house c. 1735. Drawing by J. Cannon (S.R.O. DD/SAS C/1193), 4, p. 204)30
25Glastonbury, Tribunal, High Street. Street frontage, 1993 (photograph by J. P. S. Dunning); plans, drawn by John and Jane Penoyre (Glastonbury Tribunal, 1997).32
26Glastonbury, St. John's church, 1825. Wash drawing by J. Buckler (S.A.S.)38
27Glastonbury, St. John's church. Based on a plan in Archaeological Journal, LXXXVII, 1930, p. 44139
28Glastonbury, St. Benignus's church, 1993. Photograph by J. P. S. Dunning40
29Glastonbury, abbey barn, now part of Somerset Rural Life Museum, 1993. Photograph by J. P. S. Dunning46
30Glastonbury. Engraving by W. Hollar after R. Newcourt, c. 1655 (S.A.S.)52
31Baltonsborough parish in 184260
32The moors south of Glastonbury (S.S.L.)61
33Baltonsborough, Gatehouse, 1973 (S.S.L.)64
34Baltonsborough, Moravian chapel and minister's house, c. 1860 (S.A.S.)74
35West Bradley parish in 184376
36West Bradley House, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR AA01239878
37Butleigh parish in 184383
38Butleigh House, 1833. Wash drawing by J. Buckler (S.A.S.)87
39Monument to Sir Samuel Hood (d. 1814), Compton Dundon, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR AA01241689
40Wootton House, Butleigh Wootton, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR AA01243090
41Butleigh, steam ploughing team, 1930s. (Somerset Rural Life Museum)95
42Butleigh church, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR BB016044100
43Compton Dundon parish in 1842104
44Compton Dundon, remains of Dundon manor house, 1834. Wash drawing by J. C. Buckler (S.A.S.)107
45Compton Dundon, possible chapel at Compton, 1847. Wash drawing by W. W. Wheatley (S.A.S.)118
46Compton Dundon church, pulpit, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR BB016018119
47Meare parish in 1842121
48Meare, Westhay Revel, 1909 (S.A.S.)124
49Meare Manor House. South front, 2001. (© English Heritage. NMR AA017874); plans, c. 1853 (J. H. Parker, The Domestic Architecture of the Middle Ages, 1853, facing p.136)126
50Meare, Fish House, 1828. Wash drawing by J. C. Buckler (S.A.S.)132
51Meare church, ironwork on door, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR AA017876138
52Meare, Godney church, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR AA017872140
53West Pennard parish in 1840143
54West Pennard church, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR BB016050152
55West Pennard, Piltown chapel, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR BB016016153
56Podimore Milton in 1777156
57Podimore Milton church, c. 1832163
58Street parish in 1842165
59Street in 1885167
60Street in 1904168
61Street, Orchard Road, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR BB016063169
62Street, Wilfrid Road, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR BB016033169
63Street, High Street, c. 1896. Photograph by F. Frith & Co.170
64Street, Ivythorn Manor, 1834. Wash drawing by J. Buckler (S.A.S.)177
65Street, Ivythorn Manor, 1834. Wash drawing by J. C. Buckler (S.A.S.)177
66Street, Clarks' former shoe factory, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR AA017914186
67Street, Leigh Road, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR AA012536189
68Street church, 1829. Sketch by the Revd. J. Skinner (B.L. Add. MS. 33712, f. 112)193
69Walton parish in 1843199
70Walton, Old Parsonage, 2001. © English Heritage. NMR AA012299209
71Walton church, 1834. Wash drawing by J. Buckler (S.A.S.)211
72Walton church, 1845. Wash drawing by W. W. Wheatley (S.A.S.)211
73North Wootton parish in 1838213
74North Wootton church and rectory house, 1834. Wash drawing by J. Buckler (S.A.S.)219


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