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'Index', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in London, Volume 5: East London (1930), pp. 123-149. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=120522 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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INDEX.

Aaron: figure of, St. Luke Charlton (glass), Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 53); paintings of, St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17b; from St. Michael Wood Street now in St. George the Martyr, Southwark (2), p. 67a.

Abbey of the Grace of the Blessed Virgin (Franciscan Nuns), see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Abel, Thomas, 1532–4, Roman Catholic martyr, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b.

Abendana, Abraham Jahacob, 1696, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Achonry, Simon, Bishop of, altars, etc., of Priory of St. Mary Overy dedicated by, Southwark (1), p. 59a.

Adams, Anne, alms-dish in St. Alfege, Greenwich, given in memory of: Greenwich (1), p. 14b.

Agnus Dei, St. Luke Charlton (glass): Greenwich, (3), p. 18b (Plate 53).

Agriculture, figure on monument to Joyce, wife of Sir Robert Clerke, representing: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65a (Plate 119).

Alabaster Effigies:
-,
-,-, 16th-century: Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plates 95, 123); Stepney (8), pp. 92b, 93a (Plates 163, 165).
-,-, 17th-century: Poplar (2), p. 53a (Plate 102).
-, Busts:
-,-, 17th-century: Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plate 164).

Albury Street:
-, Nos. 7 and 9: Greenwich (40), p. 43a.
-, Nos. 13–21: Greenwich (41), p. 43a.
-, Nos. 18, 20 and 22: Deptford (1), p. 11b.
-, Nos. 23–27: Greenwich (42), p. 43a (Plate 10).
-, No. 24: Deptford (2), p. 11b.
-, Nos. 29–33: Greenwich (43), p. 43b (Plate 10).
-, Nos. 32–40: Deptford (3), p. 12a (Plates 25, 26).
-, No. 35: Greenwich (44), p. 43b.
-, Nos. 37 and 43: Greenwich (45), p. 43b.
-, No. 42: Deptford (4), p. 12a.

Aldgate, see St. Botolph Aldgate, under Churches and Chapels.

Alfege, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels.

All Hallows, Barking, Roman pavement found under tower of, Addenda, p. 115.

" Lombard Street, plate now in St. Benet, Stepney from, Stepney (6), p. 73a.

All Saints, parish of, in Poplar Borough, p. 52b.

Alleyn:
-, Edward, The College of God's Guift at Dulwich built by, Camberwell (3), p. 10b; floor-slab said to be that of, Dulwich College Chapel, Camberwell (3), p. 10b.
-, James, flagon in Dulwich College Chapel given by: Camberwell (3), p. 10b.
-, Ralph, stand-paten in Dulwich College Chapel given by: Camberwell (3), p. 10b.

Alms-dishes, see under Plate, Church.

Almshouses:
-, 17th-century: Bishop Wood's, Hackney (11), p. 48a; Boone's (demolished 1877), Lewisham (4), p. 49b (Plan, p. 49; Plates 23, 100); Bow Lane, Poplar (4), p. 54b (Plan, p. 54; Plate 5); Colfe's, Lewisham (5), p. 50a (Plan, p. 50; Plate 171); Philpot, Woolwich (14), p. 112b (Plate 1); Spurstowe (rebuilt 1819), Hackney (6), p. 47b; Trinity Hospital, Greenwich (11), p. 38b (Plan, p. 39; Plates, see list of, p. vii); Trinity Hospital, Stepney (9), p. 95b (Plan, p. 96; Plates, see list of, p. x).
-, Late 17th and early 18th-century: Morden College, Greenwich (10), p. 36a (Plan, p. 37; Plates, see list of, p. vi).
-, Early 18th-century: Drapers', Poplar (5), p. 55a (Plan, p. 55).

Altar-tombs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Alvares, Blanca Baruh, 1697, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Amcottes, Grace (Wylford), 1551, wife of John Amcottes, also Hamond their son, 1551, monument in St. Mary Stratford Bow, to: Poplar (3), p. 54a (Plate 103).

Amphitrite, figure on King William Block, The Royal Hospital representing: Greenwich (6), p. 24a.

Amy, Margery, see Roberts.

Andrewes:
-, Anna (Graves), wife of Captain Jonathan Andrewes, 1678, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.
-, Lancelot, Bishop of Winchester, 1626, altar-tomb with effigy of: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64b (Plates 115, 123), arms of: on altar-tomb, Southwark (1), p. 64b; pendant formerly belonging to: Southwark (1), p. 66a.

Andros, William, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Angels: busts and half-figures on reredos, St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66a; two wooden figures of, St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66b (Plate 113).

Anglo-American Oil Company, consecration-cross from Bermondsey Abbey set in pier belonging to: Bermondsey (6), p. 7b.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, building of wall round the Tower mentioned in: Stepney (8), p. 74b.

Angoulême, arms of: St. John's Chapel (glass) Stepney (8), p. 90a (Plate 40).

Anne, Queen of England: arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; crowned cypher of, King William Block, The Royal Hospital, Greenwich (6), p. 27a; painting in St. Nicholas Deptford by Sir Godfrey Kneller of, Greenwich (2), p. 17a (Plate 14).

" of Denmark, Queen of James I, The Queen's House, Greenwich probably built for: Greenwich (7), p. 27a.

Annesley, Ansley or Anslye:
-, Bryan, 1604, and Awdry (Tirrell) his wife, 1591, tablet erected by his daughter, Cordell Hervey to: St. Margaret Lee, Lewisham (2), p. 49a
-, Isabell (Hatteclyf), wife of Nicholas Annesley, 1582, brass to: St. Margaret Lee, Lewisham (2), p. 49a.
-, Nicholas, 1593, sergeant of the cellar to Queen Elizabeth: brass to, St. Margaret Lee, Lewisham (2), p. 48b; cup and cover-paten given to St. Margaret Lee by, Lewisham (2), p. 49a; arms of, on brass in St. Margaret Lee, Lewisham (2), p. 49a.

Annunciation, The: carving of, St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 70b (Plate 125); painting ascribed to Carlo Maratti of, St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103b.

Antholin, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches and Chapels.

Anthony, St., glass panel representing: The Lodgings, Eltham Palace, Woolwich (4), p. 107a.

Apollo, figure in ceiling of Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26a.

Appleby or Applebye:
-, Dorothy, widow of John Applebye, candelabrum given by: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 63b.
-, John, 1680, and his wife, 1682, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Apsley, Sir Allan, Lieutenant of the Tower, 1630, monument in St. Peter ad Vincula to: Stepney (8), p. 93a.

Architecture:
-, Figure in ceiling of Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26a.
-, Ecclesiastical (by centuries): see also Sectional Preface, p. xix, and Special Article, p. xlv.
-,-, Dating from the 11th century: Chapel of St. John, Stepney (8), p. 88b (Plans, p. 89; crypt and sub-crypt, p. 87).
-,-, Dating from the 12th century: Cathedral Church of St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 58b (Plan, p. 58); St. Nicholas, Plumstead, Woolwich (2), p. 101b (Plan, p. 102).
-,-, Dating from the 13th century: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 69a (Plan, p. 69).
-,-, Dating from the late 13th or early 14th century: Holy Trinity, Minories, Stepney (5), p. 72a (Plan, p. 72); St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 92a.
-,-, Dating from the 14th century: St. Mary Stratford Bow, Poplar (3), p. 53a (Plan, p. 54).
-,-, Dating from the 15th century: St. Mary Magdalene (Tower), Bermondsey (1), p. 1b (Plan, p. 2); St. Mary the Virgin (Tower), Lewisham (1), p. 48a; St. Margaret, Lee (Tower), Lewisham (2), p. 48b.
-,-, Dating from the late 15th or early 16th century: St. Nicholas Deptford (Tower), Greenwich (2), p. 15a (Plan, p. 15); St. John Hackney (Tower), Hackney (1), p. 43b.
-,-, Dating from the 17th century: St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey (1), p. 1a (Plan, p. 2); St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 15a (Plan, p. 15); St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3). p. 17b (Plan, p. 18); Church of the Ascension, Lewisham (3), p. 49a.
-,-, Dating from the early 18th century: St. Mary Rotherhithe, Bermondsey (2), p. 3b (Plan, p. 4); St. Thomas, Bermondsey (3), p. 5a (Plan, p. 5); St. Alfege, Greenwich (1), p. 12a (Plan, p. 13).
-, Secular (Mediæval and noteworthy later buildings) (by centuries): see also Sectional Preface, p. xx, and Special Article, p. xlv.
-,-, Dating from the 11th century: Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 74a (Plans, pp. 87, 89, and at end of book).
-,-, Dating from the 13th century: Eltham Palace, Woolwich (4), p. 103b (Plans, pp. 104, 105, 106, 108).
-,-, Dating from the 14th Century: Winchester House, Southwark (4), p. 67a.
-,-, Dating from the 15th century: Bermondsey (4), p. 7a.
-,-, Dating from the 16th century: Greenwich Palace (Undercroft), Greenwich (6), pp. 21a, 25a (Plan, p. 26); St. Alfege Vicarage, Greenwich (15), p. 40b; Refrigerator Building, Greenwich (12), p. 40a; St. John's Institute, Hackney (2), p. 45a (Plan, p. 45); Brooke House, Hackney (3), p. 46b (Plan, p. 46); Bromley Hall, Poplar (6), p. 55b; Wellhall, Woolwich (5), p. 108 (Plan, p. 109).
-,-, Dating from the 17th century: Royal Hospital, Greenwich (6), p. 21a (Plans, pp. 20. 22, 25); Queen's House, Greenwich (7), p. 27a (Plan, p. 28); Royal Observatory, Greenwich (8), p. 30b, (Plan, p. 30); Charlton House, Greenwich (9), p. 31b (Plan, p. 32); Presbytery, Greenwich (21), p. 41b; Trinity Hospital, Mile End Road, Stepney (9), p. 95b (Plan, p. 96).
-,-, Dating from the late 17th and early 18th century: Morden College, Greenwich (10), p. 36a (Plan, p. 37).

Ardern, George, 1538, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Ardmagh, Patrick, Earl of: see Grace Langhorne.

Argott, Thomas, cups given to St. Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, by: Woolwich (1), p. 101b.

Arias, Jeudith Coen, 1688, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Armour:
-, See also Brasses, Military, and Effigies, Military.
-, Funeral-achievements:
-, Early 18th-century: Greenwich (10), p. 38a.

Artichoke Hill, house in: Stepney (27), p. 100a.

Artillery Street:
-, Nos. 35, 37, 39 and 41: Stepney (43), p. 101a.
-, No. 52: Stepney (44), p. 101a.

Artillery Passage:
-, No. 3: Stepney (45), p. 101a.
-, No. 9a: Stepney (44), p. 101a.

Arundel or Arundell: see also under Howard.
-, Ambrose, 1587, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 86a.
-, Peter, prisoner's inscription in Byward Tower: Stepney (8), p. 77b.

Ascension, The, buildings dedicated to: see Churches and Chapels.

Assai, Daniell, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Athias, Moses Israel, died of the Great Plague, 1665–6, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73a.

Augustine, St., buildings dedicated to: see under Churches and Chapels.

Aurora dispersing the shades of night, figure-subject painted (possibly by Gentileschi) on ceiling in the Queen's House, probably representing: Greenwich (7), p. 29b.

Austen or Austin:
-, Joyce, wife of James Austin, see under Clarke.
-, Thomas: arms of, St. Leonard (glass), Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plate 105); inscription recording gift of glass by, Shoreditch (1), p. 57a; and John Austen his brother, 1659–60, monument to, Shoreditch (1), p. 57b.
-, William, 1633–4, monument to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65a.
-, [William], [1699], floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Austin or Augustinian Canons, see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Austin Street, Nos. 15 to 33: Bethnal Green (6), p. 9b.

Avila, Rahel, wife of Dr. Ishack de Avila, 1707, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Bagot, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney, p. 84b.

Bailey or Bailly:
-, Charles, Ridolfi conspirator, 1571, prisoner's inscriptions and device in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), pp. 84b, 85b (Plate 31).
-, Jhan, see Lady Margaret Douglas.

Baldock, Ralphe de, Bishop of London, Church of St. Mary Stratford Bow built by licence of: Poplar (3), p. 53a.

Balmerino, Arthur, 6th lord, 1746, buried in St. Peter ad Vincula: Stepney (8), p. 92b.

Balustrades, see Iron under Metalwork.
-, Wooden: Galleries of George Inn, Southwark (6), p. 67b (Plate 124).

Banister, Henry, 1628, and Anne, his wife, 1632–3, monument with figures of: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plate 93).

Bangor, David Doulven, Bishop of, monument to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plate 94).

Bankside, see Honduras Wharf.

Barford, Susanna, 1652, brass to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 63b.

Barn at Bostall Farm, Plumstead: Woolwich (23), p. 113b.

Barnewell, Robert, Babington's Plot conspirator, 1586, prisoner's inscription in Broad Arrow Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82b.

Barrester, Harman, 1572, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Bartlett, James, see under Bellfounders.

Barzilay or Barzlay:
-, Ester, wife of Joseph Barzlay, 1713, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.
-, Ishac, name inscribed on foundation stone of Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Bawdewin, Thomas, 1586, prisoner's inscription and device in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 31).

Baynbridge, Robert, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 84b.

Beauchamp Tower, see Tower of London.

Beaufort, Henry, Cardinal of Winchester, carving of arms of: Southwark (1), p. 63a (Plate 112).

Beauvoir, Richard de, 1708, Mary his wife, 1722, and Richard their son, 1722, tablet to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b.

Bec, Anthony, Bishop of Durham, c. 1296–1311, Eltham Palace built by: Woolwich (4), p. 103b.

Beisley, George, priest, 1590, prisoner's inscription and device in Martin Tower: Stepney (8), p. 83b (Plate 35).

Bell Tower, see Tower of London.

Bell-cotes, see Bell-turrets.

Bellfounders:
-, Bartlett, James: Christ Church, Southwark (3), p. 67a.
-, Hodson, Christopher: St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3), p. 18b; St. Nicholas Plumstead, Woolwich (2), p. 103a.
-, Hodson, John: St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 92b.
-, Phelps, Richard: St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3), p. 18b.

Bellingham Farm: Lewisham (15), p. 52a (Plates 6, 11).

Bellingham, Obedience, daughter of Stephen Bellingham, 1697, headstone to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.

Bells:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxi.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, Late 14th or early 15th-century: Woolwich (1), p. 101b.
-,-, 17th-century: Greenwich (3), p. 18b; Greenwich (10), p. 36a; Shoreditch (2), p. 57b; Stepney (1), p. 70b; Stepney (8), p. 92b; Woolwich (2), p. 103a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Greenwich (2), p. 16a; Greenwich (3), p. 18b; Southwark (3), p. 67a.
-,-, Undated: Camberwell (2), p. 10a; Stepney (5), p. 72b; Stepney (9), p. 96.
-, Secular:
-,-, 17th-century: Bell Tower, Stepney (8), p. 80a.

Bell-turrets:
-, 17th-century: Bell Tower, Stepney (8), p. 80a.
-, Early 18th-century: Holy Trinity, Minories, Stepney (5), p. 72b.

Belmalar, William, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a (Plate 30).

Benbow, John, 1708, son of Admiral Benbow, floor-slab in St. Nicholas Deptford to: Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Benefactions, tables of: St. Alfege, Greenwich (1), p. 15a: St. Nicholas Deptford (Loader Monument), Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Benefeld, Richard, monument with bust of: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65a (Plate 117).

Benet, St., buildings dedicated to: see under Churches and Chapels.

Benson:
-, Elizabeth, 1710–11, monument in St. Leonard Shoreditch to: Shoreditch (1), p. 57b (Plate 50).
-, Lady, alms-dish given to St. Mary Bromley by: Poplar (2), p. 53a.
-, Sir William, 1712, and Martha, 1722, monument in St. Mary Bromley to: Poplar (2), p. 53a.

Berahel:
-, Abraham, 1685, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney, (7), p. 73b.
-, Jahacob, 1676, table-tomb to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Bermondsey Abbey: Consecration Cross from, Bermondsey (6), p. 7b; remains of Gatehouse of, Bermondsey (5), p. 7a.

Bermondsey, Borough of: pp. 1–8; parishes in, p. 1a.

Bermondsey Street, No. 78: Bermondsey (7), p. 7b.

Bermondsey Wall, house on S. side of: Bermondsey (11), p. 8a.

Bernal, Sarah, 1692, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Berry:
-, John, 1689–90, monument with bust of: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.
-, Rebecca, wife of Thomas Elton, 1696, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Berty, Francis, 1(6)72, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 81b.

Bethnal Green, Borough of: pp. 8–9; parishes in, p. 8b.

Beveridge, William, 1562, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), pp. 84b, 85a (Plate 30).

Bingham, John, 1625, saddler, monument with figure of: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65a (Plate 117).

Bird or Byrde:
-, Henry, 1545, gentleman of the bedchamber, brass to: St. Margaret Lee, Lewisham (2), p. 49a.
-, Samuel, prisoner's inscription in Byward Tower: Stepney (8), p. 77b.

Bishop Wood's Almshouses: Hackney (11), p. 48a.

Blackall, Thomas, floor-slab to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 45a.

Blackwell, Sence, see Matthew Draper.

"Blenheim, The," painting in Painted Hall representing taffrail of: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Bliss or Blisse:
-, Eliza, flagon given to St. Saviour, Southwark by: Southwark (1), p. 66a.
-, Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Bliss, 1679–80, floorslab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.
-, Richard, 1703, and Elizabeth (Matthew) his wife, 1729–30, monument with bust of: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64b (Plate 118).

Blond, N. H., prisoner's inscription in Broad Arrow Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82b (Plate 34).

Blount:
-, Edward, 1617–18: brass in St. Luke Charlton to, Greenwich (3), p. 18b; arms of, St. Luke Charlton (glass) Greenwich (3), p. 19a.
-, Richard, 1553, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b.
-, Sir Richard, Lieutenant of the Tower, 1654, Sir Michael Blount, Lieutenant of the Tower, his son, and Mary (Moore) his wife, 1592, monument in St. Peter ad Vincula to: erected by Elizabeth (Lister) widow of Sir Richard Blount with added inscription to Lyster Blount, 1633–4, Stepney (8), p. 92b (Plate 163).

Boles, G., prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Boleyn, Anne, Queen of Henry VIII: arms of, St. John's Chapel, Stepney (8), p. 90a (Plate 40); buried in St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 92b; imprisoned in Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Boone's Chapel (now a reading room): Lewisham (4), p. 49b (Plan, p. 49; Plates 23, 100).

Boone, Christopher, flagon given to St. Margaret Lee by: Lewisham (2), p. 49a; and Mary his wife, almshouses founded by: Lewisham (4), p. 49b.

Borough High Street:
-, No. 22: Southwark (8), p. 67b.
-, No. 71: Southwark (5), p. 67b.
-, Nos. 146 and 148: Southwark (10), p. 68a.
-, Nos. 150, 152 and 154: Southwark (11), p. 68a.
-, Nos. 195 and 197: Southwark (7), p. 67b.

Bosgrave, James, Jesuit Priest, 1582 and 15[8]9, prisoner's inscriptions in Well Tower: Stepney (8), p. 79a.

Bosses, carved 15th-century: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66b (Plate 121).

Bostall Farm, Plumstead: Woolwich (23), p. 113a (Plate 188).

Botolph, St., see under Churches and Chapels.

Boulter, William, 1714–15 and Richard Wilkinson, his grandson, 1725, monument in St. Nicholas Deptford to: Greenwich (2), p. 16b.

Bow Lane Almshouses: Poplar (4), p. 54b (Plan, p. 54; Plate 5).

Bow Road:
-, Nos. 130, 132 and 134: Poplar (13), p. 56a.
-, Nos. 136–146: Poplar (14), p. 56b.
-, Nos. 164–166; Poplar (15), p. 56b.
-, No. 168: Poplar (16), p. 56b.
-, Nos. 174–176: Poplar (17), p. 56b.
-, No. 179: Poplar (12), p. 56a.
-, No. 186: Poplar (18), p. 56b.
-, No. 199: Poplar (11), p. 56a.
-, Nos. 207–211: Poplar (10), p. 56a.
-, Nos. 215 and 217: Poplar (7), p. 55b (Plate 104).
-, Nos. 219–221: Poplar (8), p. 56a.
-, No. 223: Poplar (9), p. 56a.

Bowler, John, 16 .., prisoner's inscription in Well Tower: Stepney (8), p. 79a.

Bowles, Katherine, wife of John Bowles, 1670, and Margaret their daughter, 1666, floor-slab to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.

Bowyar, John, 1570, and Elizabeth (Draper), 1605, brass to: St. Giles, Camberwell (1), p. 9b.

Bowyer Tower, see Tower of London.

Boyle, Roger, 1615, son of Richard, Earl of Cork, and Edward Fenton, 1603, monument in St. Nicholas Deptford to: Greenwich (2), p. 16b (Plate 16).

Braham Street:
-, Nos. 5, 7, 9 and 11: Stepney (16), p. 99a.
-, Nos. 6, 8 and 10: Stepney (17), p. 99a.

Brand, arms of: Morden College Chapel (reredos), Greenwich (10), p. 38a; see also Morden.

Brass Mount, see Tower of London.

Brasses, Monumental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxi, and Special Article, p. xxxvii.
-, Civil (principal figures accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, inscriptions, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, Men: 15th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 9b. 16th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 9b. 17th-century: Bermondsey (2), p. 4a.
-,-, Women: 16th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 9b; Hackney (1), p. 44b; Lewisham (2), p. 49a; Stepney (5), p. 72b. 17th-century: Bermondesy (2), p. 4a; Camberwell (1), p. 9b.
-, Ecclesiastical (principal figures with or without accompanying inscriptions, etc.):
-,-, 16th-century: Hackney (1), p. 44a.
-,-, 17th-century: Hackney (1), p. 44b.
-, Military (principal figures accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, inscriptions, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, 15th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 9b
-,-, 16th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 9b; Hackney (1), p. 44a, p. 44b; Lewisham (2), p. 48b.
-, Inscriptions (accompanied or unaccompanied by subsidiary figures, heraldry, etc.):
-,-, 16th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 10a; Greenwich (3), p. 18b; Hackney (1), p. 44b; Lewisham (1), p. 48b; Lewisham (2), p. 49a; Poplar (3), p. 54a; Stepney (1), p. 70b.
-,-, 17th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 10a; Greenwich (3), p. 18b; Southwark (1), p. 63b; Southwark (2), p. 66b.
-, Heraldry only:
-,-, 16th-century: Poplar (2), p. 52b.
-,-, Undated: Greenwich (3), p. 18b.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, Flemish: 16th-century: Hackney (1), p. 44a.
-,-, Palimpsest: 15th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 9b. 16th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 10a; Hackney (1), p. 44a; Lewisham (2), p. 49a.
-, Indents:
-,-, Hackney (1), p. 44a; Poplar (1), p. 52b; Poplar (2), p. 52b; Southwark (2), p. 66b; Stepney (1), p. 70b; Stepney (8), p. 92b.

Brewer, Dorothy, dish in St. Alfege, Greenwich given by: Greenwich (1), p. 14b.

Brewster, Thomasine, wife of John Brewster, 1596, brass to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 70b.

Brick Lane, Spitalfields:
-, No. 81a: Stepney (38), p. 100b.
-, Nos. 85, 87 and 89: Stepney (37), p. 100b.

Brick Tower, see under Tower of London; also Martin Tower under Tower of London.

Bridge House, George Row: Bermondsey (14), p. 8a.

Bridges:
-, 15th-century: Eltham Palace, Woolwich (4), p. 107a (Plate 177).
-, 16th-century: Wellhall, Woolwich (5), p. 109a.

Brito:
-, [Ester Mend]ez [wife?] of Abr. [Mend]ez de Brito, 1684, and . . . Mendez de Brito, 1665, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Rac(hel), wife of Iah . . .es de Brito, 170., monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Broad Arrow Tower, see Tower of London.

Bromley Hall: Poplar (6), p. 55b.

Brooke House: Hackney (3), p. 46b (Plan, p. 46; Plates 4, 23, 98).

Brooke, Lord, see Greville.

Brotherton, arms of: St. John's Chapel, Stepney (8), p. 90a (Plate 40).

Brown or Browne:
-, John, 1572, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass): Stepney (9), p. 96.
-, Sir Richard, 1604, Joanna Vigorus, 1618, Christopher Browne, 1645–6, Thomazine (Gonson) his wife, 1638, Sir Richard Browne, Bart., 1682–3 and Elizabeth (Pretyman) his wife, 1652, monument erected by J. Evelyn in St. Nicholas Deptford, to: Greenwich (2), p. 17a.
-, Sir Richard: arms of, Trinity Hospital, Stepney (9), p. 97b; inscription recording gift of site in 1672 by, Trinity Hospital, Stepney (9), p. 97b.

Browning, Captain Lawrence, 1675, and three sons, Lawrence, William and Richard, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Brushfield Street, No. 66: Stepney (42), p. 101a.

Buckingham, Duke of, see Stafford.

Building Materials, see Sectional Preface, p. xix, and Special Article, p. xxix.

Bugle Horn Inn, Charlton: Greenwich (47), p. 43b.

Bulmer, Ralph, 1537, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Burbidge Tower, see Brick Tower under Tower of London.

Burdin or Burdine, Richard, 1663, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a; see also Zouch.

Burial Ground, Greenwich, stone tablet with inscription recording building of surrounding wall and consecration of: Greenwich (4), p. 19b.

Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews: Stepney (7), p. 73a.

Burton:
-, Henry, Prior of St. Mary Overy: boss carved with heraldic device of, St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66b; nave and N. transept roofs of Priory built by, Southwark (1), p. 59a.
-, John, 1709, monument in St. Leonard Shoreditch to: Shoreditch (1), p. 57b.

Busts, see under Effigies, and under Statues.

Butler, arms of: St. John's Chapel (glass) Stepney (8), p. 90a (Plate 40).

Buxton, R., prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Byne, John, flagons in St. Giles, Camberwell given by: Camberwell (1), p. 10a.

Byrde, see Bird.

Byward Tower, see Tower of London.

Cadogan House, see Malmesbury House Undercroft.

Cahanet, Yehudith, 1714, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Calverts, Borough High Street: Southwark (9), p. 68a.

Camberwell, Borough of: pp. 9–11; parishes in, p. 9b.

Cambridge Road, Nos. 65–67: Bethnal Green (4), p. 9a.

" Camera Stellata," or Octagon Room: Royal Observatory, Greenwich (8), p. 31a.

Campbell, Colin, Surveyor of the Royal Hospital from 1726: Greenwich (6), p. 21b.

Candelabra and Candlesticks, see under Metalwork.

Cannon Street Road, Nos. 22 and 24: Stepney (28), p. 100a (Plate 5).

Carey, Henry, K.G., 1st Lord Hunsdon: arms of, St. John's Chapel (glass), Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 40); and Anne (Morgan) his wife, crests of, Brooke House (ceiling), Hackney (3), p. 47a.

Carmi, Rahel, wife of Benjamin . . . (?Carmi), 1706, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Carthage, stone inscribed that it formed part of the walls of: Stepney (1), p. 71b.

Carvajal:
-, Ishac Fernandez, 1684, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, . . . M Hisquiahu, table-tomb to, (and with modern inscription to Antonio Ferdinando Carvajal known as Abraham Israel Carvajal, 1659), Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73a.

Casteil, William, of the merchant-navy, 1681, monument to: St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey (1), p. 2b (Plate 17).

Casteil, Robert, 1698, monument to: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17a (Plate 17).

Castiglione, Giovanni Battista, Queen Elizabeth's Italian master, 1556, prisoner's inscription in Broad Arrow Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82b.

Castro, Rib(ca) Mendez de, widow of Francisco Mendez de Castro, 1691, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Ceilings, ornamental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxii.
-, Plaster:
-,-, In Churches: 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 1b; Greenwich (2), p. 15b; Lewisham (3), p. 49a; Lewisham (4), p. 50a (Plate 23). 18th-century: Bermondsey (2), p. 3b; Bermondsey (3), p. 6a; Greenwich (1), p. 13a.
-,-, In Houses: 16th-century: Hackney (3), p. 47a (Plate 23); c. 1600; Poplar (7), p. 55b (Plate 104). 17th-century: Greenwich (6), p. 24b; Greenwich (7), pp. 29a, 29b, 30a (Plates 70, 71, 72, 74); Greenwich (8), p. 31b; Greenwich (9), pp. 34b, 35a; Greenwich (22), p. 42a; Poplar (22), p. 57a; Southwark (11), p. 68 a; Woolwich (6), pp. 110b, 111a, b (Plates 182, 185, 186, 187). Early 18th-century: Greenwich (7), p. 29a, b; Lewisham (7), p. 51a (Plate (23).
-, Painted: In Houses:
-,-, 17th-century: Greenwich (7), pp. 29b, 30a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Greenwich (6), p. 26a (Plate 65); Stepney (13), p. 98b.

Chairs, see under Furniture.

Chambolen, Elizabeth, see Lady Margaret Douglas.

Chapel-Royal, Whitehall, organ now in St. Peter ad Vincula from: Stepney (8), p. 93a.

Charity, figure representing: The Lodging, Eltham Palace (glass), Woolwich (4), p. 107a.

Charity School, inscription recording erection of: Greenwich (3), p. 19a.

Charles I, symbolical painting of: St. Mary Rotherhithe, Bermondsey (2), p. 4b.

" II: monument to Jonas Shish, master-shipwright to, St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 16b; monument in Morden College Chapel to John Thompson, Yeoman of the Mouth to, Greenwich (10), p. 38a; inscription on the Royal Observatory to, Greenwich (8), p. 31a.

Charles the Great, glass panel with portrait of: Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 90b.

Charles Square:
-, No. 27: Shoreditch (13), p. 58b.
-, No. 39: Shoreditch (14), p. 58b.

Charlton House: Greenwich (9), p. 31b (Plans, pp. 32, 34; Plates, see list of, p. vi).

Charlton, Thomas, see Elizabeth Pratt.

Cheney, Mrs. Katherine, dish given to St. John's church by: Hackney (1), p. 45a.

Chests, see under Furniture.

Chigwell Street, inscription on tablet at corner of: Stepney (27), p. 100a.

" Nos. 1 to 4: Stepney (27), p. 100a.

Chilcott, Robert, son of John Chilcott, also Joseph and Ancilla Chilcott, 1658, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Cholmoundeley, Sir Richard, [1544], and Elizabeth his wife, effigies of: St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plate 165).

Christ:
-, Figures of: Greenwich (10) (glass), p. 38a; Woolwich (4), (glass), p. 107a.
-, Incidents in the Life of: Adoration of the Shepherds, St. Nicholas Deptford (glass), Greenwich (2), p. 17b; The Agony in the Garden: Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass), Greenwich (11), p. 39a (Plate 53); St. Leonard (glass), Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plate 105); The Ascension, Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass), Greenwich (11), p. 39a (Plate 53); The Crucifixion: Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass), Greenwich (11), p. 39a (Plate 53); St. Dunstan (stone carving), Stepney (1), p. 71a (Plate 125); Painting of The Dead Christ, St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b; The Last Supper, St. Leonard (glass), Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plate 105); Mary Magdalene anointing the feet of, Eltham Palace (glass), Woolwich (4), p. 107a; Transfiguration, Old College, Dulwich (painting) Camberwell (3), p. 10b; The Triumph of, Charlton House (carving), Greenwich (9), p. 35a; Washing of the Disciples' feet, St. Leonard (glass), Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plate 105).

Christ Church, see Churches and Chapels.

Church, Henry, 1570, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass), Stepney (9), p. 96.

Church Row, Limehouse, No. 67: Stepney (33), p. 100a.

Churches and Chapels:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xix, and Architecture, Ecclesiastic.
-, Ascension, Church of the: Lewisham (3), p. 49a.
-, Boone's Chapel: Lewisham (4), p. 49b (Plan, p. 49; Plates 23, 100).
-, Charlton House Chapel: Greenwich (9), p. 33b (Plan, p. 32).
-, Christ Church: Southwark (3), p. 67a (Plate 7); parish of, in borough of Southwark, p. 58b.
-, Christ Church, Spitalfields, parish of: in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.
-, Colfe's Almshouses Chapel: Lewisham (5), p. 50a (Plan, p. 50; Plate 171).
-, Drapers' Almshouses Chapel: Poplar (5), p. 55a (Plan, p. 55).
-, Dulwich College Chapel: Camberwell (3), p. 10b.
-, Holy Trinity, Minories: Stepney (5), p. 72a (Plan, p. 72; Plates 17, 44).
-, Morden College Chapel: Greenwich (10), p. 36b (Plan, p. 37; Plates, see list of, p. vi).
-, St. Alfege: Greenwich (1), p. 12a (Plan, p. 13; Plates, see list of, p. v); parish of, in Greenwich Borough, p. 12a.
-, St. Antholin: Camberwell (2), p. 10a (Plate 44).
-, St. Augustine Church of St. John Hackney said to have been formerly dedicated to: Hackney (1), p. 43b.
-, St. Benet: Stepney (6), p. 73a.
-, St. Botolph Aldgate: Church of the Holy Trinity, Minories, now used as Parish Room of, Stepney (5), p. 72a; parish of, in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.
-, St. Dunstan: Stepney (1), p. 69a (Plan, p. 69; Plates, see list of, p. viii).
-, St. George in the East, parish of: in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.
-, St. George the Martyr: Southwark (2), p. 66b; parish of, in Southwark Borough, p. 58b.
-, St. Giles: Camberwell (1), p. 9b (Plate 13).
-, St. John the Baptist, Eltham: Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-, St. John the Baptist: Hackney (1), p. 43b (Plates, see list of, p. vii); parish of, in Hackney Borough, p. 43b.
-, St. John's Chapel: Stepney (8), p. 88b (Plan, p. 89; Plates, see list of, p. ix); see also The Tower of London.
-, St. John, Horsleydown, parish of: in Bermondsey Borough, p. la.
-, St. John, Wapping: Stepney (2), p. 71b (Plate 7); parish of, in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.
-, St. Lawrence, Woolwich, see St. Mary Magdalene.
-, St. Leonard, Bromley, see St. Mary, Bromley; parish of, in Poplar Borough, p. 52b.
-, St. Leonard, Shoreditch: Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plates 50, 105, 127).
-, St. Luke, Charlton: Greenwich (3), p. 17b (Plan, p. 18; Plates, see list of, p. vi); parish of, in Greenwich Borough, p. 12a.
-, St. Margaret, Lee: Lewisham (2), p. 48b (Plate 19).
-, St. Margaret at Hill, Southwark (Church destroyed): parish of, amalgamated with St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 59a; 14th century, floor-slab now in St. Saviour, Southwark, formerly in, Southwark (1), p. 65b.
-, St. Mary, Bromley: Poplar (2), p. 52b (Plates 47, 93, 102).
-, St. Mary, Hoxton: Shoreditch (2), p. 57b.
-, St. Mary Matfelon, Whitechapel: Stepney (3), p. 71b.
-, St. Mary, Newington, parish of: in Borough of Southwark, p. 58b.
-, St. Mary, Rotherhithe: Bermondsey (2), p. 3b (Plan, p. 4; Plates 15, 21, 41, 43); parish of, in Bermondsey Borough, p. la.
-, St. Mary, Stratford, Bow: Poplar (3), p. 53a (Plan, p. 54; Plates, see list of, p. vii); parish of, in Poplar Borough, p. 52b.
-, St. Mary the Virgin: Lewisham (1), p. 48a (Plates 19, 99).
-, St. Mary Magdalene: Bermondsey (1), p. la (Plan, p. 2: Plates, see list of, p. v); parish of, in Bermondsey Borough, p. la.
-, St. Mary Magdalene, Chapel of: rebuilding and demolition of, Southwark (1), p. 59a; pavement of, in graveyard of St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 61a; arcading of, St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 61a; parish of, amalgamated with St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 59a.
-, St. Mary Magdalene (formerly St. Lawrence): Woolwich (1), p. 101b.
-, St. Matthew: Bethnal Green (1), p. 8b; parish of, in Bethnal Green Borough, p. 8b.
-, St. Matthias: Poplar (1), p. 52b.
-, St. Nicholas, Deptford: Greenwich (2), p. 15a (Plan, p. 15; Plates, see list of, p. v); parish of, in Greenwich Borough, p. 12a.
-, St. Nicholas, Plumstead: Woolwich (2), p. 101b (Plan, p. 102; Plate 173).
-, St. Olave, Tooley Street, sword-rest from, now in St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66a; and St. Thomas, parish of, in Bermondsey Borough, p. la.
-, St. Paul, Deptford, parish of: in Deptford Borough, p. 11b.
-, St. Paul, Shadwell: Stepney (4), p. 72a; parish of, in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.
-, St. Peter ad Vincula: Stepney (8), p. 92a (Plates, see list of, p. ix); see also The Tower of London.
-, St. Saviour, Cathedral Church of: Southwark (1), p. 58b (Plan, p. 58; (Plates, see list of, p. viii); parish of, in Southwark Borough, p. 58b.
-, St. Thomas: Bermondsey (3), p. 5a (Plan, p. 5; Plates, see list of, p. v); table now in St. Saviour's, formerly in, Southwark (1), p. 66b; see also St. Olave and St. Thomas above.
-, Trinity Hospital Chapel: Greenwich (11), p. 39a (Plan, p. 39; Plates, see list of, p. vii).
-, Trinity Hospital Chapel, Mile End Road: Stepney (9), p. 95b (Plan, p. 96; Plates, see list of, p. x).

Church Street, Greenwich:
-, No. 3: Greenwich (31), p. 42b.
-, Nos. 4 and 6: Greenwich (29), p. 42b.
-, Nos. 15 and 17: Greenwich (30), p. 42b.
-, No. 18: Greenwich (32), p. 42b.

Church Street, Woolwich:
-, Nos. 15, 16 and 17: Woolwich (21), p. 112b.
-, No. 30: Woolwich (20), p. 112b.

Cisterns, see under Leadwork.

Clarence, George, Duke of, imprisoned in Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Clarke, Clerk or Clerke:
-, Francis, A. M., 1690, Sarah his wife, 1709, and Rebeccah, first wife of Francis Clerke, jun., monument to: St. Leonard, Shoreditch (1), p. 57a.
-, George, vintner, fragment of tablet recording erection of almshouses in 1613 by: Stepney (3), p. 72a.
-, Harry, 1553, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.
-, Joyce, 1626, wife first of James Austin and afterwards of Sir Robert Clerke, Baron of the Exchequer, monument to: St. Saviour (1), p. 65a (Plate 119).
-, Robert, 1610, and Frances his daughter, monument with effigy of: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 70b.
-, Thomas, 1576, prisoner's inscriptions and device in Beauchamp Tower; Stepney (8), p. 85a.
-, W., Priest, 1603, prisoner's inscription in Well Tower: Stepney (8), p. 79a.

Clayton, Sir Robert, statue of: St. Thomas' Hospital, Bermondsey (3), p. 7a.

Clerk or Clerke, see Clarke.

Cliefden House, Eltham: Woolwich (11), p. 112a (Plates 6, 26).

Clocks: St. John's Church, Hackney (1), p. 44a; Trinity Hospital, Mile End Road, Stepney (9), p. 96.

Clock-turret: Trinity Hospital, Mile End Road, Stepney (9), p. 96.

Clothworkers' Company, arms of: St. Leonard (glass) Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plate 105).

Cobham, Thomas, 1555, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b.

Cobham Tower, see Beauchamp Tower under Tower of London.

Coburne:
-, Alice, 1689, monument in St. Mary Stratford, Bow, with bust of: Poplar (3), p. 54a.
-, Prisca, 1701, monument to, St. Mary Stratford, Bow, Poplar (3), p. 54a; bell given to St. Dunstan's church by, Stepney (1), p. 70b; stand-paten given to St. Mary Stratford, Bow, by, Poplar (3), p. 54b.

Cock, Theodore, stand-paten in St. Giles, Camberwell, given by: Camberwell (1), p. 10a.

(Co)ckyn, Henry, 1574, agent of John Leslie, Bishop of Ross, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a.

Coffins and Coffin-lids:
-, 13th-century: Southwark (1), p. 64a; Stepney (1), p. 70b; Woolwich (2), p. 103a.
-, Undated (Mediæval): Bermondsey (1), p. 2a; (portion of lid only) Southwark (1), p. 66b.

Coldharbour Gate or Tower, see under Tower of London.

Colf or Colfe:
-, Abraham, minister of the parish, 1657: tablet to, St. Mary the Virgin, Lewisham (1), p. 48b; inscription recording gift of Colfe's Almshouses by, Lewisham (5), p. 50b; arms of, Colfe's Almshouses, Lewisham (5), p. 50b.
-, Margaret, wife successively of Jasper Valentine and Abraham Colfe, 1643–4, tablet to: St. Mary the Virgin, Lewisham (1), p. 48b.

Colfe's Almshouses: Lewisham (5), p. 50a (Plan, p. 50; Plate 171).

Collegiate House, formerly Treasurer's buildings of St. Thomas' Hospital: Bermondsey (3), pp. 5a, 6b.

Colleton:
-, John, 16[35], floor-slab to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-, John, priest, 1581–4, prisoner's inscriptions in Salt and Beauchamp Towers: Stepney (8), pp. 82a, 85b (Plate 30).

Collett, Sir Henry, 1510, twice Mayor of London, altar-tomb to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 70b (Plate 127).

Collingwood Street, see "Fishermen's Houses."

Collins:
-, Henry, warden of Trinity House, 1701, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital (glass): Stepney (9), p. 97a.
-, Isaac, 1663–4, and Francis, 1666, son and daughter of William Collins, head-stone in churchyard of St. Luke Charlton to: Greenwich (3), p. 19b.

Commandments, The Ten: on reredos, Camberwell (2), p. 10a; Greenwich (1), p. 15a; Greenwich (2), p. 17b; Greenwich (10), p. 38a; Poplar (2), p. 53a.

Commins, Thomas, head-stone to: Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Commonwealth, The, Survey of Eltham Palace made under: Woolwich (4), p. 103b.

Communion Rails:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxi.
-, 17th-century: Greenwich (2), p. 16b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Greenwich (10), p. 36b.
-, Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (2), p. 4a; Greenwich (1), p. 14a (Plate 28); Stepney (5), p. 72b.

Communion Tables:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxi.
-, 17th-century: Greenwich (9), p. 33b; Poplar (3), p. 53b (Plate 101).
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Greenwich (10), p. 36b.
-, Early 18th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 13b (Plate 47); Poplar (3), p. 54a (Plate 101); Southwark (1), p. 64a (Plate 15).

Concord, figure in ceiling of Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26a.

Conduit Head at Eltham Palace: Woolwich (4), p. 107b.

Constable's Tower, see Tower of London.

Cook or Cooke:
-, Doctor, priest, 1540, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b
-, George, 1699, and Mary his wife, 1695, floor-slab to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-, Walter, Master of Trinity House, 16 (0?)6, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital (glass): Stepney (9), p. 96.

Cork, Richard, Earl of, see Roger Boyle.

Costa:
-, Abraham Roiz da, 1679, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Joseph . . . de Ishack da, 1706, monmuent to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Lea Ribca Telles da, 1700, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Yshak Roiz da, 1679, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Cottage, High Street, Eltham: Woolwich (15), p. 112b.

Couhyll, Elizabeth, 1513, brass to: St. Margaret Lee, Lewisham (2), p. 49a.

Courtyard, Eltham:
-, Nos. 29, 31 and 33: Woolwich (8), p. 111b (Plate 1).
-, Nos. 32, 34 and 36: Woolwich (4), p. 107b (Plate 3).

Cover-patens, see under Plate, Church.

Craddock, Mary, see Dod.

Cradle Tower, see Tower of London.

Craggs, Elizabeth, flagon in St. Luke Charlton, given by: Greenwich (3), p. 19b; monument with bust of, St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3), p. 19a.

Cranmer, Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, imprisoned in the Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Creation, The: Of the World, glass panel representing: St. John's Chapel, Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 38); Of the Sun and Moon, glass panel representing: St. John's Chapel, Stepney (8), p. 90b.

Creed, The, On reredoses: Camberwell (2), p. 10a; Greenwich (1), p. 15a; Greenwich (2), p. 17b; Greenwich (10) p. 38a; Poplar (2), p. 53a.

Cromwell, Oliver, petitioned by Hebrews of the City of London for permission to purchase burial ground; Stepney (7), p. 73a.

Croom's Hill:
-, The Grange: Greenwich (22), p. 41b (Plate 2).
-, The Manor House: Greenwich (20), p. 41a (Plates 9, 25, 90).
-, The Presbytery: Greenwich (21), p. 41b (Plates 11, 91).
-, Nos. 2 and 4: Greenwich (24), p. 42a.
-, Nos. 3, 5 and 7: Greenwich (25), p. 42a.
-, No. 32: Greenwich (23), p. 42a (Plate 27).
-, No. 52, see The Grange above.

Cross, Consecration, 15th-century: Bermondsey (6), p. 7b.

Crouch, Matthew, cup and stand-paten in St. Mary Rotherhithe given by: Bermondsey (2), p. 4b.

Cueyne, Edward, see Lady Margaret Douglas.

Cuffyn, Edward, 1562, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a.

Culpeper, D. T. L., prisoner's inscription in White Tower: Stepney (8), p. 88a.

Cunningham, arms of: St. Luke Charlton (pulpit), Greenwich (3), p. 19b.

Cups, see under Plate, Church.

Cupboards, see under Furniture.

Cure, Thomas, 1588, altar-tomb to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64b.

Curlew Street, No. 16: Bermondsey (10), p. 7b.

Curtain Walls, see under Tower of London.

Curtis, Captain William, 1669, table-tomb in St. Matthias churchyard to: Poplar (1), p. 52b.

Da Costa, see Costa.

Danaë, see Jupiter.

Daniel, John, executed 1556, prisoner's inscription in Broad Arrow Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82b.

Darnley, Henry, Lord, see Lady Margaret Douglas.

Dartmouth, Lord, see Legge.

Dartmouth Row:
-, No. 20: Lewisham (9), p. 51b.
-, No. 22: Lewisham (10), p. 51b.

Darwin, prisoner's inscription in Broad Arrow Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82b.

Dauncey, William, founder of Priory of St. Mary Overy: Southwark (1), p. 58b.

David: Figures of: from old organ (?), Southwark (1), p. 66b; carved panel, Stepney (3), p. 71b; Returning from the slaughter of the Philistines (tapestry), Greenwich (10), p. 38a; Annointing of (glass), Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 38).

David II, King of Scotland, lodged in the Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 76a.

Davis, William, prisoner's inscription in Well Tower: Stepney (8), p. 79a.

Davrinson, Jamys, prisoner's inscription in Bloody Tower: Stepney (8), p. 80b.

Dawtrey, William, 1589, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 70b.

Day, Joseph, 1682, and Mary his wife, 1701, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

de Avila, see Avila.

de Beauvoir, see Beauvoir.

de Brito, see Brito.

de Castro, see Castro.

de Francia, see Francia.

de Jesurun, see Jesurun.

de Mattos, see Mattos.

de Mercado, see Mercado.

de Morais, see Morais.

de Paiva, see Paiva.

de Pereira, see Pereira.

de Roches, see Roches.

de Sequeira, see Sequeira.

de Valencia, see Valencia.

de Vitoria, see Vitoria.

Deane, Captain Robert, 1699–1700, Mary, 1696–7, and Katherine, 1698, his daughters, table-tomb to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b.

Death, Carvings of emblems of: Shoreditch (1), p. 57b; Southwark (1), p. 64b; Triumph of: figure-subject representing, Charlton House (fireplace), Greenwich (9), p. 35a.

Decalogue, see Commandments.

Decker, Johan, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 84b.

Dedications, List of, see Churches and Chapels.

del Francia, see Francia.

del Vaga, see Vaga.

Deloni, Antoni, prisoner's inscription in Bloody Tower: Stepney (8), p. 81a.

Deptford, Borough of: pp. 11–12; Store-house in Royal Dockyard, now Refrigerator Building, Greenwich (12), p. 40a; Trinity House almshouses demolished at, see under Trinity Hospital.

Deptford Green, Nos. 4 and 5: Greenwich (38), p. 43a.

Dericote, Arthur, 1562, and Marie, Eme, Margaret and Jone, his four wives, monument to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plate 94).

Detheck, Lady, see Nevill.

Develin Tower, see under Tower of London, also Devereux Tower, under Tower of London.

Devereux, Robert, Earl of Essex, imprisoned in the Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Devereux Tower, see under Tower of London.

Devonshire Street, "The Old Manor": Camberwell (4). p. 10b.

Digby:
-, Sir Everard, Gunpowder Plot conspirator, 1605 prisoner's inscription in Broad Arrow Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82b.
-, F., 1553, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a (Plate 36).

Dishes, see under Plate, Church.

Dod, Benjamin, 1706, and Mary Craddock his sister, tablet to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b.

Dog-kennels in Dog Row: Bethnal Green (4), p. 9a.

Dog Row, now Cambridge Road: Bethnal Green (4), p. 9a.

Dolphins, carved on King William Block, The Royal Hospital: Greenwich (6), p. 24a.

Dominion of the Sea, figure on King Charles Block, The Royal Hospital, representing: Greenwich (6), p. 21b.

Door-handles, see Iron under Metalwork.

Doors and Doorways (Illustrated):
-, In Churches:
-,-, 17th-century: Greenwich (2), p. 16b (Plate 14).
-,-, 18th-century: Bermondsey (3), p. 6b (Plate 9).
-, In Houses:
-,-, 14th-century: Southwark (4), p. 67a (Plate 8).
-,-, 17th-century: Greenwich (10), p. 36a, b (Plates 9, 15, 86); Greenwich (20), p. 41a (Plate 9); Lewisham (8), p. 51a (Plate 4).
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Greenwich (42), p. 43a (Plate 10); Greenwich (43), p. 43b (Plate 10); Stepney (13), p. 98b (Plate 9); Stepney (20), p. 99b (Plate 9).
-,-, Early 18th-century Bethnal Green (3), p. 9a (Plate 10); Greenwich (6), p. 23a (Plate 8); Woolwich (12), p. 112a (Plate 10).

do Porto, see Porto.

Dorhill, Willun, warder, name inscribed in Byward Tower: Stepney (8), p. 77b.

Douglas, Lady Margaret, Countess of Lennox, mother of Lord Darnley, husband of Mary Queen of Scots, inscription recording imprisonment of, and names of attendants, Elisabeth Husey, Jhan Baily, Elizabeth Chambolen, Robert Portyngton, Edward Cueyne: Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 95a.

Doulven, David, Bishop of Bangor, wall-monument with bust of: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plate 94).

Dove, Margaret (Keleatt), wife of John Dove, 1582, brass to: Camberwell (1), p. 9b.

Dover, monument to Henry Howard, Earl of Northampton, now in Trinity Hospital Chapel, first erected at: Greenwich (11), p. 39b (Plates 18, 89).

Draper:
-, Elizabeth, see Bowyar.
-, Hugh, of Bristol, astrologer, 1561, prisoner's inscriptions and device in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), pp. 81b, 82a (Plate 36).
-, Matthew, 1577, and Sence (Blackwell) his wife, brass to: St. Giles, Camberwell (1), p. 9b.

Drapers' Almshouses: Poplar (5), p. 55a (Plan, p. 55); estate left by John Edmunson for building of, Poplar (5), p. 55a.

Dryner, John, 1570, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass): Stepney (9), p. 96.

Ducie, Sir William, repairs and decorations to Charlton House by, Greenwich (9), p. 31b; and Frances (Seymour) his wife, initials and arms of, Greenwich (9), p. 34b; arms of: Greenwich (9) (frieze of saloon), p. 34b; (glass), p. 35a; (rain-water heads), p. 33a; impaling Hardye (glass), p. 33b; impaling Pipe (glass), p. 33b; impaling Pyott (glass), pp. 33b, 35a; impaling Sheffield (glass), p. 33b; impaling Seymour (glass), p. 35a; impaling Seymour of Trowbridge (carving), p. 34a; (glass), p. 35a.

Dudley:
-, Arms of: Tower of London (glass), Stepney (8), p. 90a (Plate 40).
-, Lord Guildford, buried in Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula: Stepney (8), p. 92b.
-, Lady Jane, commonly called Lady Jane Grey: buried in Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 92b; imprisoned in Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 75b.
-, John, 4th Duke of Northumberland, 1553: buried in Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 92b; imprisoned in Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 75b.
-, John, Earl of Warwick, 1553, prisoner's inscription and device in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 84b (Plate 33).
-, Robert, Earl of Leicester, 1553, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower; Stepney (8), p. 84b.

Dudson, Thomas, cup given to St. George the Martyr by: Southwark (2), p. 67a.

Dulwich, The Old College: Camberwell (3), p. 10b.

Dunstan, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels.

Dyer, John, 1572, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass): Stepney (9), p. 97a.

Eagle House: Hackney (5), p. 47b.

Earthworks: See also Sectional Preface, p. xix; Tumuli in Greenwich Park, Greenwich (5), p. 19b; Whitfield's Mount, Lewisham (16), p. 52b.

East India Company, arms of, St. Matthias (paten), Poplar (1), p. 52b; land for building St. Matthias church given by, Poplar (1), p. 52b.

Easter Sepulchres, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Eden, The expulsion from, glass panel representing: Stepney (8), p. 90b.

Edisbury, Jane, 1618–19, monument to: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 16b.

Edmondes, Michell, Master of Trinity Hospital, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital (glass): Stepney (9), p. 97a.

Edmunson, John, sailmaker, estate left to Drapers' Company for building almshouses: Poplar (5), p. 55a.

Edward I, building at Tower of London in reign of: Stepney (8), p. 75a.

Edward III, Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula rebuilt by: Stepney (8), p. 92a.

Edward IV, alterations to Eltham Palace by: Woolwich (4), p. 103b.

Edward V, imprisoned in Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Edward VI, drawing of Tower of London in time of: Stepney (8), p. 75a, b; statute of, St. Thomas' Hospital, Bermondsey (3), p. 7a.

Edwards, Talbot Keeper of the Crown Jewels, 1674, monument in St. Peter ad Vincula to: Stepney (8), p. 93a.

Effigies, Monumental:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxii, and Special Article, p. xxxii.
-,-, Civil: Men: 15th-century: Southwark (1), p. 65a (Plates 120, 122). 17th-century: Greenwich (2), p. 16b; Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plates 93, 95); Lewisham (2), p. 49a; Poplar (2), p. 52b (Plate 102); Southwark (1), pp. 64a, b, 65a (Plates 114, 116, 117); Stepney (1), p. 70b. Women: 16th-century: Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plates 95, 123); Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plates 163, 165). 17th-century: Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plates 93, 95); Poplar (2), p. 52b (Plate 102); Southwark (1), p. 64a, b (Plates 114, 116); Stepney (1), pp. 70b, 71a.
-,-, Ecclesiastical: 17th-century: Southwark (1), p. 64b (Plates 115, 123).
-,-, Military: 13th-century: Southwark (1), p. 64b (Plate 122). 16th-century: Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plates 163, 165). 17th-century: Greenwich (11), p. 39b (Plate 89); Stepney (1), p. 71a.
-,-, Infant: 17th-century: Stepney (8), p. 93a.
-,-, Miscellaneous: In Shrouds, etc.: 15th-century: Southwark (1), p. 64a. 16th-century: Southwark (1), p. 65a.
-,-, Busts: Men: 17th-century: Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plate 94); Southwark (1), p. 65a (Plate 117); Stepney (1), p. 71a; Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plate 164). 18th-century: Poplar (3), p. 54a (Plate 103); Southwark (1), p. 64b (Plate 118). Women: 17th-century: Poplar (3), p. 54a; Southwark (1), p. 65a (Plate 117); Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plate 164). Early 18th-century: Greenwich (3), p. 19a; Poplar (3), p. 54a (Plate 103).

Elements, The Four, figures in Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Elizabeth, Queen: arms of, see Royal Arms, under Heraldry; glass panel with portrait of, Eltham Palace, Woolwich (4), p. 107a; building at Eltham Palace by, Woolwich (4), p. 103b; brass to Nicholas Ansley, sergeant of the cellar to, Lewisham (2), p. 48b; monument to Edward Wilkinson, master-cook to, Greenwich (3), p. 19a.

Eltham House: Woolwich (12), p. 112a (Plates, see list of, p. x).

Eltham Lodge: Woolwich (6), p. 109 (Plan, p. 110; Plates, see list of, p. x).

Eltham Palace: Woolwich (4), p. 103b (Plans, pp. 104, 105, 106, 108; Plates, see list of, p. x).

Eltham, parish of, in Woolwich Borough, p. 101b.

Elwood, Winefrid, Candelabra in St. Mary Magdalene given by: Bermondsey (1), p. 2a.

Ely, Peter, 1675, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Emerson, William, 1575, monument with effigy of: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65a.

Esau, figure representing, St. Leonard (glass), Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plate 105); asking for Isaac's blessing with figures of Jacob and Rebekah, glass panel representing, Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 38).

Escudero:
-, Gracia, wife of Jacob Escudero, 1692, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Jahacob, 1702, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Essex, Earl of, see Devereux.

Essex, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b.

Evangelists, figures of: St. Leonard (glass), Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plate 105). See also Individual names.

Evelyn:
-, John, monument to Sir Richard Brown in St. Nicholas Deptford erected by: Greenwich (2), p. 17a.
-, R[ichard], 1658, and Mary, daughter of J. Evelyn, 1685–6, monument in St. Nicholas Deptford, to: Greenwich (2), p. 17a (Plate 17).

Evens:
-, Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Evens, 1710–11, headstone to: St. Mary the Virgin, Lewisham (1), p. 48b.
-, Richard, [1707], headstone to: St. Mary the Virgin, Lewisham (1), p. 48b.

Exmouth Place, No. 149 Mare Street on the north side of: Hackney (9), p. 47b.

Ezekiel, carving of the Vision of: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 16a (Plate 50).

Fame, figure on King Charles' Block, The Royal Hospital representing: Greenwich (6), p. 21b.

Fane, Thomas, Wyat conspirator, prisoner's inscription in White Tower: Stepney (8), p. 88a.

Farrington, Elizabeth, see Trench.

Fearon, Elizabeth, 1712–13 (?), headstone to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.

Fenton, Edward, see Boyle.

Ferrers, William, 1625, and Jane (van Lore) his wife, monument with effigies of: St. Mary Bromley, Poplar (2), p. 53a (Plate 102).

Ferthing, Aleyn, 14th-century floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Field, Richard, prisoner's inscription in Byward Tower: Stepney (8), p. 77b.

Fiot, Judith, see Wiltshaw.

Fireplace and Overmantels (Mediæval or with Ornamental Features).
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxi.
-, 11th-century: White Tower, Stepney (8), p. 88a, b.
-, 13th-century: Byward Tower, Middle Tower, Salt Tower (Plate 135), Stepney (8), pp. 76b, 77a, 81b.
-, 14th-century: Bloody Tower, Stepney (8), p. 80b.
-, 16th-century: Hackney (2), pp. 45b, 46a; Stepney (8), pp. 94b, 95a; Woolwich (10) (Plate 12), p. 112a.
-, 17th-century: Greenwich (9), pp. 33a, 34a, b, 35a, b (Plates, see list of, p. vi); Greenwich (21), p. 41b (Plate 11), Woolwich (6), pp. 110b, 111a.
-, Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (3), p. 7a; Greenwich (7), p. 29a; Greenwich (9), pp. 34a, 35b; Greenwich (20), p. 41a; Southwark (13), p. 68b.

"Fishermen's Houses," Nos. 72 to 80, Collingwood Street, Southwark (16), p. 68b.

Fitzgerald, Thomas, Earl of Kildare, 1535–7, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b.

Flagons, see under Plate, Church.

Flamsteed House, part of the Royal Observatory: Greenwich (8), p. 30b

Flamsteed, John, first Astronomer Royal, The Royal Observatory built for: Greenwich (8), p. 30b.

Flint Tower, see Tower of London.

Floor-slabs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Flower:
-, Mary, 1701, wife of Christopher Flower, 1706, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.
-, Thomas, 1701, son of Christopher Flower, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Fonts:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxii.
-, 15th-century: Poplar (3), p. 54a.
-, 16th-century: Stepney (8), p. 92b (Plate 13).
-, 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 2b; Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 13).
-, Early 18th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 14a (Plate 13); Greenwich (9), p. 33b; Poplar (3), p. 54a.

Ford, prisoner's inscription in Byward Tower: Stepney (8), p. 77b.

Fort Street:
-, Nos. 2, 3 and 21: Stepney (46), p. 101a.
-, No. 29: Stepney (47), p. 101a.

Fortitude, figures of: King Charles Block, The Royal Hospital, Greenwich (6), p. 21b; St. Saviour (Andrewes tomb), Southwark (1), p. 64b.

Foull, Thomas, 1576, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a.

Fox, Richard, Bishop of Winchester, reredos erected by: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), pp. 59a, 60a, 66a.

France, arms of: The Queen's House, Greenwich (7), p. 29b.

Frances, Hester, daughter of Joseph Frances, 1680, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Francia:
-, Aaron Ishak de, 1695, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Benjamin del, 1689, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, [Ribca] de, 1684, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Franks, Abigail, wife of Abraham Franks, 1696, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Funeral-achievements, see under Armour.

Funeral Monuments, see Monuments.

Furniture:
-, Chairs:
-,-, 17th-century: Greenwich (2), p. 16b; Lewisham (1), p. 48b; Poplar (2), p. 52b (Plate 47); Southwark (1), p. 63b (Plate 112); Southwark (2), p. 66b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-, Chests:
-,-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxi.
-,-, 16th-century: Southwark (1), p. 63b (Plate 113); Southwark (3), p. 67a (Plate 7).
-, Cupboards:
-,-, 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 2a.
-, Tables:
-,-, See also Communion Tables.
-,-, 17th-century: Southwark (1), p. 66a; Woolwich (2), p. 103a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Southwark (1), p. 66b.

Fyshborne, Nicholas, Warden of Trinity House, 1572, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital glass: Stepney (9), p. 97a.

Galleried Inn, George Inn sole remaining example in London of: Southwark (6), p. 67b (Plate 124).

Galleries:
-, In Churches:
-, 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 2b (Plate 46); Greenwich (10), p. 36b.
-, Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (3), p. 6a; Greenwich (1), p. 14a; Stepney (5), p. 72b.
-, In Houses:
-, Early 18th-century: Greenwich (9), p. 33b (Plate 76).

Gallery filled with Spanish Trophies, painting in Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Galleyman Tower, see Tower of London.

Garden-Houses:
-, 17th-century: Greenwich (9), p. 35b (Plate 100); Greenwich (22), p. 41b (Plate 2).
-, Early 18th-century: Woolwich (12), p. 112a (Plate 2).

Gardener or Gardner:
-, The Rev. Richard, rector of St. Mary Matfelon, 1570– 1619, painting of: Stepney (3), p. 71b.
-, William, cup in St. Mary Magdalene given by: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a.

Garofalo, Benvenuto, 1481–1559, painting of The Dead Christ in St. Saviour's Cathedral by: Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Garway, arms of: St. Luke Charlton (glass), Greenwich (3), p. 19a.

Gates:
-, Iron, see under Metalwork.
-, Wooden:
-, 16th-century: Stepney (8) (Byward Tower), p. 77a.

Gatehouses and Gateways:
-, See also Individual Gateways under Tower of London.
-, 15th-century: Bermondsey (5), p. 7a.
-, 16th-century: Woolwich (4), p. 108 (Plate 8).
-, 17th-century: Greenwich (7), p. 27b; Greenwich (9), p. 36a (Plate 8); Lewisham (8), p. 51b; Stepney (9), p. 97b; Stepney (10), p. 98a; Woolwich (6), p. 111b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Shoreditch (5), p. 58a.

Gawen, John, 1647, monument to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64b.

Gentileschi, Orazio de, painter, ceiling in Queen's House possibly by: Greenwich (7), p. 29b.

George I, arms of: carved on Middle Tower, Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 76b.

George III, The Queen's House granted to the Royal Naval Asylum by: Greenwich (7), p. 27a.

George Inn: Southwark (6), p. 67b (Plate 124).

George, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches and Chapels.

George Row:
-, Bridge House: Bermondsey (14), p. 8a.
-, Nos. 44 to 46: Bermondsey (13), p. 8a.

Gibbs, Richard, Warden of Trinity House, 1581, Master, 1587, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital glass: Stepney (9), p. 97a.

Gideon, Rachel, 1701, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Gifford or Gyfford, G., 1586, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 84b, 85a (Plate 32).

Gilbert, Robert, 1689, Warden of Trinity Hospital, floorslab to: Greenwich (11), p. 40a.

Giles, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels.

Gilmor, James, 1569, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a, b (Plate 30).

Glass:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxii, and Special Article, p. xliv.
-, Ecclesiastical: (excluding Heraldic Glass, for which, see below).
-,-, English: 13th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 10a. 16th-century: Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 39). Late 16th or early 17th-century: Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 38). 17th-century: Greenwich (2), p. 17b; Greenwich (3), p. 18b (Plate 53); Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plate 105); Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 38).
-,-, Foreign: 16th-century: Greenwich (11), p. 39a (Plate 53); Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 38). 16th or 17th-century: Greenwich (10), p. 38a; Stepney (8), p. 90b. 17th-century: Stepney (8), p. 90b.
-, Secular: (excluding Heraldic Glass, for which, see below).
-,-, Foreign: 16th-century: Woolwich (4), p. 107a. 17th-century: Woolwich (4), p. 107a.
-, Heraldic:
-,-, English: Late 15th or early 16th-century: Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 39). 16th-century: Southwark (1), p. 64a; Stepney (8), pp. 77a, 90a, b (Plates 39 and 40); Stepney (9), pp. 96, 97a. 17th-century: Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 53); Greenwich (9), pp. 33b, 35a; Greenwich (11), p. 39b; Shoreditch (1), p. 57a; Stepney (9), pp. 96, 97b.

God the Father, represented in glass panels, St. John's Chapel, Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 38).

Goldsmiths' Company, paten given by: St. Mary Magdalene, Woolwich (1), p. 101b.

Gompers, Edward, alms-dish given by: St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 93b.

Gonsales, Lea, daughter of Yahacob Gonsales, 1689, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Gonson, Thomazine, see Sir Richard Brown.

Gossage, John, 1672, floor-slab to: St. Nicholas Plumstead, Woolwich (2), p. 103a.

Gower, arms of, see Heraldry.

Gower, John, 1408, poet, monument with effigy of: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65a (Plates 120, 122).

Graham, Mrs. Susannah, Chapel of the Ascension founded by: Lewisham (3), p. 49a.

Grange, The, No. 52 Croom's Hill: Greenwich (22), p. 41b (Plate 2).

Grange Walk:
-, No. 7: (remains of Gatehouse of Bermondsey Abbey) Bermondsey (5), p. 7a.
-, No. 8: Bermondsey (8), p. 7b
-, Nos. 63–66: Bermondsey (9), p. 7b.

Graves, Anna, see Andrewes.

Gray's Inn, demolition of No. 7 South Square: Holborn (6), Addenda, p. 115.

Great Alie Street, Nos. 6, 7, 8 and 9: Stepney (20), p. 99b (Plate 9).

Great Prescot Street, Nos. 47 to 50 and 53 to 61: Stepney (21), p. 99b.

Green Court, Eltham Palace: Woolwich (4), p. 107b.

Greene, John, 1683–4, tablet in St. Alfege to: Greenwich (1), p. 14b.

Greenwich, Borough of: pp. 12–43; parishes in, p. 12a; Charlton House now property of Council: Greenwich (9), p. 31b.

Greenwich Castle, original building of The Royal Observatory built on the site of: Greenwich (8), p. 30b.

Greenwich Hospital, see The Royal Hospital, Greenwich.

Greenwich Palace: Royal Hospital now on the site of, Greenwich (6), p. 21a; remains possibly of substructure of Great Hall, Greenwich (6), p. 25a (Plan, p. 26); St. Alfege Vicarage incorporating outlying buildings of, Greenwich (15), p. 40b.

Greville Lord Brooke, arms and crest of: Brooke House Hackney (3), p. 47a.

Grey, Lady Jane, see Dudley.

Greyhound Inn, Eltham: Woolwich (10) p. 112a (Plate 12).

Griffith ab Llywelyn, Welsh prince, imprisoned in Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Griffith, John, 1713, floor-slab in churchyard of St. Luke Charlton to: Greenwich (3), p. 19b.

Grilles, see Iron under Metalwork.

Grove, Elizabeth, 1683, wife of Captain Francis Grove, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Grove House, Sydenham Road: Lewisham (11), p. 51b.

Guienne, arms of: St. John's Chapel (glass), Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 90a (Plate 40).

Gun Street, No. 54: Stepney (43), p. 101a.

Gundulf, Bishop of Rochester, in charge of building of White Tower under William I: Stepney (8), p. 74a.

Gunman, Katherine, see Wivell.

Gunpowder Plot, tablet with inscription celebrating frustration of: Stepney (8), p. 94b.

Guy, Captain John, 1696–7, floor-slab in St. Nicholas Deptford to: Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Gyfford, see Gifford.

Hackney, Borough of: pp. 43–48.

Hackney Churchyard, No. 1a: Hackney (4), p. 47b.

Hackney, Hugh Johnson, vicar of, see Johnson.

" Christopher Urswyk, rector of, see Urswyk.

Haim, Moh, son of Abraham Haim, 1701, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Hall Tower, see Wakefield Tower, under Tower of London.

Hallily, Richard, 1605–6, and Margaret (Leatham), his wife, tablet to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b.

Hanbury Street:
-, Nos. 24 and 25: Stepney (39), p. 100b.
-, Nos. 34, 36 and 38: Stepney (40), p. 100b.
-, Nos. 37, 39, 41 and 43: Stepney (38), p. 100b.

Harding, arms of: St. Saviour (chest), Southwark (1), p. 63b.

" Robert, see Hugh Offiey.

Hardye, arms of, see Ducie.

Hare:
-, Nicholas, grocer, No. 71, Borough High Street built by: Southwark (5), p. 67b.
-, William, 1698, grocer, and Mary his wife. 1714, monument to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65a.

Hare Court, Nos. 1–4: Bethnal Green (5), p. 9b.

Hare Street, Nos. 3, 5, 7 and 9: Bethnal Green (5), p. 9b.

Harrington House, demolition of: Westminster (35), Addenda, p. 115.

Harris, William, 1587, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital glass: Stepney (9), p. 96.

Harvard Chapel, formerly Sacristy of Cathedral Church of St. Saviour: Southwark (1), p. 62a.

Harvey, Rebeckah (Engelbert), 1696, wife of St. John Harvey, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Hasser, Stephen, see Elizabeth Pratt.

Hastings, Henry, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon, K.G., arms of: St. John's Chapel, Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 90a.

Hatchments: Sir John Morden, 1708, and Lady Morden, 1721, Greenwich (10), p. 38a.

Hatteclyff:
-, George, 1514, brass to, St. Mary the Virgin, Lewisham (1), p. 48b.
-, Isabell, see Annesley.

Hawes, Mrs. Esther, Bow Lane Almshouses built by: Poplar (4), p. 54b.

Hawksmoor, Nicholas, architect, St. Alfege, Greenwich, partly designed by, Greenwich (1), p. 12a; Clerk of Works at Royal Hospital; Greenwich (6), p. 21a.

Hayman, John, 1646, merchant-taylor, monument to: St. Saviour Southwark (1), p. 64a.

Haynes, Kathron, and Phillip her husband, 1690–1, headstone to: St. Nicholas Plumstead, Woolwich (2), p. 103a.

Headstones, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Henrietta Maria, Queen of Charles I, Queen's House, Greenwich, occupied by: Greenwich (7), p. 27a; name inscribed on tablet, p. 27b; name inscribed over chimney-breast in [Queen's Bed Room, p. 29b.

Henriquez:
-, Joseph Mendez, 1692, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Sarah, wife of (?Ishac) Senior Henriquez, 1710, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Henry II, buildings of the Tower mentioned in records of the reign of: Stepney (8), p. 74b.

Henry III, building at Tower of London by: Stepney (8), pp. 74b, 78a, 81a.

Henry VI: Eltham Palace Chapel built by, Woolwich (4), p. 103b; imprisoned in Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Henry VII, glass panel with badge of: St. John's Chapel, Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 39).

Henry VIII: arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; building at Eltham Palace by, Woolwich (4) p. 103b; building at the Tower of London by, pp. 75a, 79b, 86a, 93b.

Heraldry:
-, See also Special Article, p. xxxix.
-, Arms, Shields-of- (before 1550):
-,-, Coventry: St. John, Hackney (1) (brass), p. 44a.
-,-, Gower: St. Saviour, Southwark (1) (Gower monument), p. 65b.
-,-, Lymsey: St. John, Hackney (1) (brass), p. 44a.
-,-, Pickenham: St. John, Hackney (1) (brass), p. 44a.
-,-, Rickhill: St. John, Hackney (1) (brass), p. 44a.
-,-, Urswyk: St. John, Hackney (1) (Urswyk tomb), p. 44a.
-, Royal Arms: See also Sectional Preface, p. xxiii, and Special Article, p. xxxix.
-,-, England and France, c. 1405–1603 (azure three fleurs-de-lis or for France quartering England): Sovereign not identified: 16th-century, Stepney (8), pp. 77b, 90a (Plates 39, 40). Henry VIII: Greenwich (15), p. 40b (Plate 18). Elizabeth: Southwark (1), p. 64a.
-,-, Stuart, 1603–1707 (quarterly: 1 and 4 France quartering England; 2 or a lion within a double tressure flowered and counter-flowered gules for Scotland; 3 azure a harp or stringed argent for Ireland): Sovereign not identified: Bermondsey (2), p. 5a; Greenwich (6), pp. 21b, 23a; Greenwich (9), p. 34b; Southwark (1), p. 66a; Southwark (2), p. 67a; Stepney (3), p. 71b; Stepney (4), p. 72a. Impaling France: Greenwich (7), p. 29a, b. Anne: Bermondsey (3), p. 6a; Greenwich (1), p. 15a; Greenwich (3), p. 19b; Stepney (8), p. 81a. William III and Mary II (Stuart Royal Arms with a scutcheon of Nassau): Greenwich (2), pp. 15b, 17b; Greenwich (6), p. 25b; Greenwich (10), p. 38a; Stepney (2), p. 71b; Stepney (8), p. 93b (Plate 133); Stepney (9), p. 96. Anne, after the Union with Scotland, 1707–1714 (quarterly: 1 and 4 England impaling Scotland; 2, France; 3, Ireland): Greenwich (2), p. 17a; Southwark (1), p. 66a; Stepney (5), p. 73a.

Hercules, see Heroic Virtue.

Heroic Virtue, figure of Hercules in ceiling of Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Hervey, Cordell, see Annesley.

High Street, Bromley:
-, Nos. 2–12: Poplar (19), p. 56b.
-, Nos. 62–90: Poplar (20), p. 56b.

High Street, Deptford, No. 204: Greenwich (46), p. 43b.

High Street, Eltham:
-, Cliefden House: Woolwich (11), p. 112a (Plates 6, 26).
-, Eltham House: Woolwich (12), p. 112a (Plates 2, 10, 24).
-, Nos. 31 and 33: Woolwich (13), p. 112a.
-, Philpot Almshouses: Woolwich (14), p. 112b (Plate 1).
-, Cottage: Woolwich (15), p. 112b.
-, Nos. 80, 82 and 84: Woolwich (9), p. 111b (Plate 1).
-, Greyhound Inn: Woolwich (10), p. 112a (Plate 12).
-, No. 130: Woolwich (16), p. 112b.
-, Nos. 136, 138 and 140: Woolwich (17), p. 112b.

High Street, Lewisham:
-, No. 291: Lewisham (12), p. 52a.
-, Nos. 311–313: Lewisham (13), p. 52a.
-, Nos. 323–325: Lewisham (14), p. 52a.

High Street, Peckham:
-, Nos. 56–66: Camberwell (5), p. 11a.
-, Nos. 102–104: Camberwell (6), p. 11a.
-, Nos. 110 and 112: Camberwell (7), p. 11a.
-, Nos. 156, 158 and 160: Camberwell (8), p. 11a.
-, No. 166: Camberwell (9), p. 11a (Plate 27).

High Street, Poplar:
-, No. 151: Poplar (22), p. 57a.
-, Nos. 190–192: Poplar (23), p. 57a.

High Street, Shadwell:
-, No. 22: Stepney (30), p. 100a.
-, Nos. 39–42: Stepney (31), p. 100a.

High Street, Shoreditch:
-, No. 2: Shoreditch (3), p. 57b.
-, No. 167: Shoreditch (4), p. 57b.

Hills, Peter, 1614–15, of Trinity House, and his two wives, brass to: Bermondsey (2), p. 4a.

Hinclimmon, Isabel, see Richard Humble.

Hinges, see Iron under Metalwork; also Doors; and also Chests under Furniture.

Hoare, The Rev. William, D.D., 1687–8, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Hodson:
-, Christopher, see under Bellfounders.
-, John, see under Bellfounders.

Holland Street:
-, Nos. 9 and 11: Southwark (14), p. 68b.
-, No. 61: Southwark (15), p. 68b.

Holt:
-, Edward, 1705, headstone to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 45a.
-, Humfry, 155., prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower, Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, view representing church of: Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass), Greenwich (11), p. 39a (Plate 53).

Holy Trinity, buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels; land taken for Tower of London belonging to Priory of, Stepney (8), p. 74b.

Homes, John, 1586, prisoner's inscription in Broad Arrow Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82b.

Honduras Wharf, Bankside: Southwark (13), p. 68a.

Horne, Thomas, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Horse and Groom Inn, Blackheath Hill: Greenwich (36), p. 43a (Plate 6).

Horse Armoury, see Tower of London.

Hospitals:
-, See also Almshouses.
-, 17th-century: Trinity Hospital, Greenwich (11), p. 38b (Plan, p. 39; Plates, see list of, p. vii); Trinity Hospital, Mile End Road, Stepney (9), p. 95b (Plan, p. 96; Plates, see list of, p. x).
-, Late 17th and early 18th-century: The Royal Hospital, Greenwich (6), p. 21a (Plans, pp. 20, 22, 25, 26, Plates, see list of, p. vi); Morden College, Greenwich (10), p. 36 (Plan, p. 37; Plates, see list of, p. vi).
-, Early 18th-century: St. Thomas' (remains of), Bermondsey (3), p. 5a (Plan, p. 5).

Houltum (?), Richard, 1699, headstone to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.

How, C., prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Howard:
-, Catherine, Queen of Henry VIII: buried in Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 92b; imprisoned in Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 75b.
-, Dorothy, 1665, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.
-, Henry, Earl of Northampton, Trinity Hospital founded by: Greenwich (11), p. 38b; arms of, Trinity Hospital Chapel (monument), Greenwich (11), p. 40a (Plate 18); crest of, Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass), Greenwich (11), p. 39b; monument to, Trinity Hospital Chapel, Greenwich (11), p. 39b (Plates 18, 89).
-, Philip, 1st Earl of Arundel, 1587, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower, Stepney (8), p. 84b.
-, Thomas, 4th Duke of Norfolk, K.G., arms of: St. John's Chapel (glass), Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 90a.

Hoxton Square:
-, Nos. 2, 3 and 4: Shoreditch (6), p. 58a.
-, No. 23: Shoreditch (7), p. 58a.
-, Nos. 28, 29, 30 and 32: Shoreditch (8), p. 58a.
-, Nos. 43 and 44: Shoreditch (9), p. 58a.
-, Nos. 48, 49 and 50: Shoreditch (10), p. 58a.

Hoxton Street, Nos. 46 and 48: Shoreditch (5), p. 57b.

Hoyden, J., prisoner's inscription in Broad Arrow Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82b.

Hughes:
-, John, A.M., 1710, monument in St. Nicholas Deptford to: Greenwich (2), p. 17a.
-, Thomas, 1663, name inscribed on stone: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71b.

Humber, figure in Painted Hall representing the River: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Humble, Richard, alderman, 1616, Margaret (Pierson) his first wife, Isabel (Hinclimmon) his second wife, and Elizabeth his daughter, altar-tomb erected by his son Peter to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64a (Plate 114).

Huniiades, John Banf, 1696, monument in St. Leonard Shoreditch to: Shoreditch (1), p. 57b (Plate 127); arms of, St. Leonard, Shoreditch (1), p. 57b.

Hunsdon, Lord, see Carey.

Huntingdon, Earl of, see Hastings.

Husey, Elizabeth, see Lady Margaret Douglas.

Hyrste, Edward, 1587, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Images, see Statues.

Inscriptions, Prisoners', see Individual Towers under Tower of London.

Iron Gate, see Tower of London.

Isaac, see Esau.

Isis, River, figure in Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Ithell, Ralph, 1587, Jesuit, prisoner's inscription in Broad Arrow Tower and White Tower: Stepney (8), pp. 82b, 88a.

Jackson:
-, Elizabeth, Eleanor, 1707, Matilda, 1704, Edward and Anne, floor-slab to: Christ Church, Southwark (3), p. 67a.
-, Maria, see Payler.

Jacob, scenes from the life of, St. Leonard (glass), Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plate 105); see also Esau.

Jacob, Sir John, 1629, and his wife, monument with effigies of: St. Mary Bromley, Poplar (2), p. 52b.

Jacob Street, house on S. side of: Bermondsey (12), p. 8a.

James I, bust of, King's House, Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 94b.; initials of, Charlton House, Greenwich (9), p. 34b.

James II, monument in Morden College Chapel to John Thompson, Yeoman of the Mouth to: Greenwich (10), p. 38a.

James:
-, John, part architect of St. Alfege, Greenwich (1), p. 12a, b.
-, Lawrence, salver given by: St. George the Martyr, Southwark (2), p. 67a.

Jane, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower, Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Jaret, Edmund, 1606, prisoner's inscriptions and device in Martin Tower, Stepney (8), p. 83b.

Jenkins, Thomas, 1672, 1688, prisoner's inscriptions in Byward and Beauchamp Towers: Stepney (8), pp. 77b, 84b.

Jennings, Thomas, Commissioner of the Navy, benefactions to School-house, Deptford, of, Greenwich (13), p. 40a.

Jepson, William, constable, staff purchased by: St. Paul, Shadwell, Stepney (4), p. 72a.

Jerusalem, view of the city of, Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass), Greenwich (11), p. 39a (Plate 53).

Jesurun, Ester, daughter of Moseh de Jesurun, 1686, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Jewel Tower, see Martin Tower under Tower of London.

John, King, building at Tower of London by, Stepney (8), p. 74b.

John II, King of France, lodged in The Tower of London Stepney (8), p. 76a.

John, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels; figures of: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17b (Plate 14); Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass), Greenwich (11), p. 39a (Plate 53); St. Dunstan (stone carving), Stepney (1), p. 71a; St. John Wapping (beadle's staff and cup), Stepney (2), p. 71b; symbol of, St. John Hackney (Lymsey brass), Hackney (1), p. 44a. See also Evangelists.

John the Baptist, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels; part of figure of, St. John Hackney (Lymsey brass), Hackney (1), p. 44a.

Johnson:
-, Hugh, 1618–9, vicar of Hackney, monument to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b.
-, Thomas, Jun., 1689, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Johnston (?), . . ., floor-slab to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 45a.

Jones:
-, Elizabeth, 1704, and Hannah, 1706–7, daughters of John Jones, floor-slab in St. Peter ad Vincula to: Stepney (8), p. 93a.
-, Inigo, architect: Queen's House designed by, Greenwich (7), p. 27a; Garden House, Charlton House, attributed to, Greenwich (9), p. 35b.
-, John, 1600–1, brass to: St. George the Martyr, Southwark (2), p. 66b.

Jorden, Thomas, [1671], monument to: St. Mary Stratford Bow, Poplar (3), p. 54a.

Jubilee Street, Nos. 212, 214 and 215: Stepney (15), p. 99a.

Judas receiving the purse of money, representation of: St. Leonard (glass), Shoreditch (1), p. 57a (Plate 105).

Julius Cæsar's Tower, see Salt Tower under Tower of London.

Jupiter and Danaë, carving representing: Charlton House, Greenwich (9), p. 35a.

Justice, figure representing: St. Saviour (Andrewes tomb), Southwark (1), p. 64b.

Keeper of the Crown Jewels, see under Tower of London.

Keleatt, Margaret, see Dove.

Kidbrooke, civil parish of: in Greenwich Borough, p. 12a.

Kilmarnock, William Boyd, 4th Earl of, 1746, buried in St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 92b.

King, Thomas (?), prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 81b.

King's House, see Tower of London.

King William Street, Nos. 11 to 14: Greenwich (33), p. 42b.

Kneller, Sir Godfrey, painting of Queen Anne in St. Nicholas Deptford by: Greenwich (2), p. 17a (Plate 14).

Lancaster Herald, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower, Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Langerton House, Eltham: Woolwich (7), p. 111b.

Langhorne:
-, Arms of, Charlton House, Greenwich (9), p. 34b.
-, Grace (Manners), 1699–1700, wife first to Patrick, Earl of Ardmagh, and her second husband Sir William Langhorne, Bart., 1714–5, altar-tomb in St. Luke Charlton to; Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 54).
-, Sir William, Bart., inscription recording erection of Charity School and vestry by: St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3), p. 19a; initials on stables of Charlton House of: Greenwich (9), p. 35b.

Lanthorn Tower, see Tower of London.

Lappyrastone, Francis, 1694–5, floor-slab in churchyard of St. Luke, Charlton to: Greenwich (3), p. 19b.

Lasels, H., prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a.

Latimer, Lord, see under Lucye Nevill.

Laud, William, Archbishop of Canterbury, imprisoned in Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 76a.

Laurence, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches and Chapels.

Lawson, William, 1570, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital Chapel glass; Stepney (9), p. 97a.

Leadwork:
-, Cistern:
-, 17th-century: Greenwich (11), p. 40a.
-, Rain-water heads and pipes:
-, 17th-century: Greenwich (9), p. 33a; Hackney (3), p. 47a.
-, Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (2), p. 4b; Greenwich (7), p. 27b; Stepney (8), p. 86a; Stepney (39), p. 100b.

Leatham, Margaret, see Hallily.

Leathersellers' Company: appointed Governors of Colfe's Almshouses: Lewisham (5), p. 50b; arms of, Colfe's Almshouses, Lewisham (5), p. 50b.

Lectern, incorporating late 17th or early 18th-century carved consoles: St. Mary Rotherhithe, Bermondsey (2), p. 4a (Plate 15).

Ledam Thomas, cup "gilded at the charges of," St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey (1), p. 3a.

Lee, parish of, in Lewisham Borough, p. 48a.

Leech, Major W., flagon given by: St. Matthew, Bethnal Green (1), p. 8b.

Legge:
-, Admiral the Rt. Hon. George, Lord Dartmouth, 1691, monument to, Holy Trinity Minories, Stepney (5), p. 72b (Plate 17); picture-plan of c. 1685 of Tower of London by: Stepney (8), p. 75b.
-, Colonel William, 1670, and Elizabeth (Washington) his wife, monument to: Holy Trinity Minories, Stepney (5), p. 72b.

Legge's Mount, see Tower of London.

Leithweite, Thomas, 1608, prisoner's inscription in Well Tower: Stepney (8), p. 79a.

Leland, foundation of Priory of St. Leonard Bromley mentioned by: Poplar (2), p. 52b.

Leman Street:
-, No. 59: Stepney (18), p. 99a.
-, No. 80: Stepney (19), p. 99a (Plate 24).

Lempriere, scale-plan of Tower of London of 1726 by: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Lennox, Countess of, see Lady Margaret Douglas.

Leonard, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches and Chapels.

Leslie, John, Bishop of Ross, 1569–74, prisoner's inscription in Bloody Tower: Stepney (8), p. 81a.

Lewisham, Borough of: pp. 48–52; parishes in, p. 48a.

Liberty, Cap of, representation in ceiling of Painted Hall of: Greenwich (6), p. 26a.

Lichfield, Thomas Wood, Bishop of, see under Wood.

Lieutenant's Lodging, see King's House under Tower of London.

Limehouse, parish of St. Anne, in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.

Limehouse Causeway, Nos. 68, 70 and 72: Stepney (35), p. 100b.

Lincoln's Inn, reconstruction of Old Hall of, Holborn (5), Addenda, p. 114.

Lindo:
-, Isaac, 1712, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.
-, Jehudith, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Leah, 1713, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Linnet, Mary, see Tirrell.

Lion and Unicorn, carvings of: Bermondsey (3), p. 6a; Greenwich (1), p. 15a; Greenwich (6), p. 24a.

Lion or Lyon, John, 1574, prisoner's inscriptions in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 81b.

Lion Tower and Gate, see Tower of London.

Lister, Elizabeth, see Blount.

Loader, Isaac, tablet erected 1701, recording benefactions of: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Lockyer, Lionel, 1672, monument with effigy of: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64b (Plate 116).

London, City of: Arms of, St. Saviour (sword-rest), Southwark (1), p. 66a; figure representing, Painted Hall, Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

London Street, Nos. 42–54: Greenwich (34), p. 42b.

Longworthe, Hugh, 1573, warder, inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 29).

Longchamp, William, Bishop of Ely, building at the Tower of London by: Stepney (8), p. 74b.

Lord's Prayer, on reredoses: Camberwell (2), p. 10a; Greenwich (1), p. 15a; Greenwich (2), p. 17b; Greenwich (10), p. 38a; Poplar (2), p. 53a.

Lore, Jane van, see Ferrers.

Lovat, Simon Fraser, 12th Lord, 1747, buried in St. Peter ad Vincula: Stepney (8), p. 92b.

Lovell, G., 1677, prisoner's inscription in Byward Tower: Stepney (8), p. 77b.

Lower Clapton Road, Nos. 183–185: Hackney (10), p. 47b.

Lucas, Mary, 1698, and John Lucas, 1702, table-tomb to: St. Mary the Virgin, Lewisham (1), p. 48b.

Lucy, Constance, daughter of Thomas Lucy, 1596, brass to: Holy Trinity Minories, Stepney (5), p. 72b.

Luke, St., building's dedicated to: see under Churches and Chapels; symbol of, St. Luke Charlton (glass) Greenwich (3), p. 19a. see also Evangelists.

Lymsey, John, 1545, brass to: St. John Hackney (1), p. 44a; arms of, see under Heraldry.

Macartney House: Greenwich (18), p. 41a.

MacCarthy, prisoner's inscription in Martin Tower, probably that of Florence MacCarthy Reagh, Irish chieftain, 1603, Stepney (8), p. 83b (Plate 35).

Maces, see under Plate, Church.

Maleri, Robert, 1558, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a.

Malmesbury House Undercroft, more correctly described as under Cadogan House: Westminster (27), Addenda et Corrigenda, p. 115.

Manners, Grace, see Langhorne.

Manor House, Croom's Hill: Greenwich (20), p. 41b (Plates 9, 25, 90).

Manor House, Park Place: Greenwich (16), p. 40b (Plate 90).

Manor, The Old, Devonshire Street: Camberwell (4), p. 10b.

Maples, Captain Richard, 1680, bequests to Trinity Hospital and statue of: Stepney (9), p. 97b (Plate 170).

Maratti, Carlo, painting of The Annunciation in St. John the Baptist, Eltham, ascribed to: Woolwich (3), p. 103b.

Mare Street:
-, No. 149: Hackney (9), p. 47b.
-, No. 195, New Lansdowne Club: Hackney (7), p. 47b.

Margaret, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels.

Mark, St., symbol of, St. Margaret Lee (Annesley brass), Lewisham (2), p. 49a; see also Evangelists.

Marlborough, John Churchill, 1st duke of, figures on two beadles' staves of: St. John Wapping, Stepney (2), p. 71b.

Marques, Sarah, wife of Abraham Hizquiau Marques, 1678, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73a.

Mars, figures of: The Royal Hospital, Greenwich (6), pp. 21b, 25b.

Marsh, John, see Mathew.

Marshall, Joshua, 1675, correct date of monument in St. Dunstan in the West: Farringdon Without (5), Addenda et Corrigenda, p. 115.

Martin Tower, see under Tower of London.

Mary II, Queen of England, proposal to convert Greenwich Palace into Naval Hospital made by: Greenwich (6), p. 21a; see also William III.

Mary, Queen of Scots, see Lady Margaret Douglas.

Mary, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels. Figures of: The Annunciation, Stepney (1) (carving), p. 70b (Plate 125), Woolwich (3) (painting), p. 103b; Rood, Stepney (1), p. 71a (Plate 125); Trinity Hospital (glass), Greenwich (11), p. 39a (Plate 53).

Mary Magdalene, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels; figures of, Trinity Hospital (glass), Greenwich (11), p. 39a (Plate 53); anointing the feet of Christ, The Lodgings, Eltham Palace (glass), Woolwich (4), p. 107a.

Mary Overy, St., Priory of: see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings, and St. Saviour's Cathedral Church under Churches and Chapels.

Masons' Marks: Stepney (1), p. 71b; Woolwich (2), p. 103a.

Mathematicians, figures in Painted Hall representing, Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Mathew or Matthew:
-, Elizabeth, see Blisse.
-, Captain Richard, 1663, and Elizabeth wife of John Marsh, his daughter, 1695, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Matthew, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels. See also Evangelists.

Matthias, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches and Chapels.

Mattos, Rahel Miryam de, 1704, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

May, Hugh, paymaster of the King's works, Eltham Lodge built for Sir John Shaw by: Woolwich (6), p. 109.

Mayhew, William, 1609, monument to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64a.

Maynard, Margaret, 1653–4, daughter of John Maynard, monument to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65a.

Medusa, see Perseus.

Meeting House Lane, Nos. 180, 182 and 184: Camberwell (10), p. 11b.

Megges, William, 1678, monument to: St. Mary Matfelon, Stepney (3), p. 71b.

Mellado, Ribcah Lopes, 1692, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Mendes, David Franco, 1705, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Mercado, Rahel, wife of Yshak de Mercado, 1695, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Mercers' Company, monument in Trinity Hospital Chapel erected by: Greenwich (11), p. 39b.

Merchants' Marks:
-, 16th-century: Stepney (9) (glass), pp. 96, 97a.
-, 17th-century: Stepney (9) (glass), pp. 96, 97a; Southwark (1) (sword-rest), p. 66a; (oak chest), p. 63b; Well Tower, Stepney (8), p. 79a.

Mercy, figure representing, Charlton House, Greenwich (9), p. 35a.

Meridian Quadrant House: Royal Observatory, Greenwich (8), p. 31a.

Merriall, Captain Michael, see Startute.

Metal-work: See also Brasses, and Leadwork.
-, Brass:
-,-, Candelabra: 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 2a (Plate 7); Southwark (1), p. 63b (Plate 7). Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (2), p. 4a.
-,-, Candlesticks: 17th-century: Southwark (1), p. 66a. Early 18th-century: Stepney (9), p. 97a.
-, Iron:
-,-, Door-handle: 16th-century: Southwark (1), p. 64a.
-,-, Gates: 17th-century: Lewisham (8), p. 51b; Stepney (10), p. 98a. Early 18th-century: Southwark (15), p. 68b; Stepney (2), p. 71b; Stepney (13), p. 99a.
-,-, Grilles: Late 17th or early 18th-century - Shoreditch (5), p. 58a; Woolwich (12), p. 112a.
-,-, Hinges: 16th-century: Southwark (1), p. 64a; see also Doors: and Chests under Furniture.
-,-, Railings and Balustrades: 17th-century: Greenwich (6), p. 24b; Greenwich (7), p. 30a; Stepney (9), p. 97b. Early 18th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 14a, b; Southwark (15), p. 68b; Stepney (13), p. 99a.
-,-, Screens: 17th-century: Stepney (10), p. 98a.
-,-, Sword-rest: 17th-century: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66a (Plate 15).

Miagh or Myagh, Thomas, 1581, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), pp. 84b, 85a (Plate 32).

Michel, Humfry, 1552, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Middle Temple, fountain in: Farringdon Without (10), Addenda et Corrigenda, p. 115.

Middle Tower, see Tower of London.

Mile End:
-, New Town, parish of, in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.
-, Old Town, parish of, in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.

Mile End Road:
-, No. 131: Stepney (10), p. 98a.
-, No. 195: Stepney (11), p. 98a.
-, No. 401: Stepney (12), p. 98b.

Miller's Yard, Tudor Road: Hackney (8), p. 47b.

Minerva, figure in Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 25b.

Moats with revetment walls: Eltham Palace, Woolwich (4), p. 107a, b; Tower of London, Stepney (8), pp. 74b, 75a, 76a; Wellhall, Woolwich (5), p. 109.

Mogadouro, Moses, son of Ishac Roiz Mogadouro, 1698, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Monastic and Collegiate Buildings, remains of, etc. See also Sectional Preface, p. xx.
-, Alien Priory: Lewisham, Sectional Preface, p. xx.
-, Austin or Augustinian Canons: Priory of St. Mary Overy, now Cathedral Church of St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 58b.
-, Augustinian Nuns: Nunnery of Holywell, Sectional Preface, p. xx.
-, Benedictine Nuns: St. Leonard Bromley, Parish Church of St. Mary Bromley formerly Chapel of: Poplar (2), p. 52b.
-, Cistercian Monks: Abbey of Tower Hill, Sectional Preface, p. xx.
-, Cluniac Monks: Bermondsey Abbey, Bermondsey (5), p. 7a; (6), p. 7b.
-, Franciscan or Minorite Nuns: Abbey of the Grace of the Blessed Virgin, now Holy Trinity Minories, Stepney (5), p. 72a.
-, Greyfriars or Franciscans: Greenwich, Sectional Preface, p. xx.
-, Hospitals:
-, Collegiate Church and Hospital of St. Katherine by the Tower: Stepney (8), p. 74b.
-, St. Thomas' Hospital: Bermondsey (3), p. 5a.
-, Minorite Nuns, see Franciscan Nuns above.

Monuments, Funeral: see alsoBrasses, Monumental; Effigies, Monumental; Sectional Preface, p. xxii, and Special Article, p. xxxii.
-, Altar-tombs: (for combined altar-tombs and wailmonuments, see Wall-monuments below).
-,-, 13th-century: Southwark (1) (15th-century canopy), p. 64b (Plate 122).
-,-, 15th-century: Southwark (1), p. 65a (Plates 120, 122).
-,-, 16th-century: Southwark (1) (canopied), p. 64b; Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plate 165).
-,-, 17th-century: Southwark (1) (canopied), p. 64a (Plate 114); (modern canopy), p. 64b (Plates 115, 123).
-, Altar-tomb and Easter-sepulchre (combined):
-,-, 16th-century: Hackney (1) (recessed canopy), p. 44a (Plate 94).
-, Floor-slabs:
-,-, 13th or 14th-century: Woolwich (2), p. 103a.
-,-, 14th-century: Southwark (1), p. 65b.
-,-, 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 2b; Camberwell (3), p. 10b; Greenwich (2), p. 17a; Greenwich (3), p. 19b; Greenwich (11), p. 40a; Hackney (1), p. 45a; Southwark (1), p. 65b; Woolwich (2), p. 103a; Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Camberwell (3), p. 10b; Greenwich (2), p. 17a; Greenwich (3), p. 19b; Hackney (1), p. 45a; Southwark (1), p. 65b; Southwark (3), p. 67a; Stepney (8), p. 93a; Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-, Head-stones:
-,-, 17th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Greenwich (2), p. 17a; Greenwich (3), p. 19b; Woolwich (2), p. 103a; Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-,-, 18th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Greenwich (2), p. 17a; Hackney (1), p. 45a; Lewisham (1), p. 48b; Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-, Slabs:
-,-, 17th-century: Hackney (1), p. 45a; Southwark (1), p. 64a; Stepney (1), p. 71a; Stepney (7), p. 73a, b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Greenwich (10), p. 38a; Poplar (3), p. 54b; Stepney (7), pp. 73a, b, 74a.
-, Table-tombs:
-,-, 17th-century: Hackney (1), pp. 44b, 45a; Lewisham (1), p. 48b; Lewisham (2), p. 49a; Poplar (1), p. 52b; Poplar (2), p. 53a; Shoreditch (1), p. 57b (Plate 127); Stepney (1), p. 71a; Stepney (7), pp. 73a, b, 74a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 10a; Greenwich (3), p. 19b; Shoreditch (1), p. 57b; Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-, Wall-monuments and tablets:
-,-, 16th-century: Bermondsey (2), p. 4a; Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 43); Hackney (1), p. 44b; Poplar (3), p. 54a (Plate 103); Stepney (1), p. 70b (Plate 127); Stepney (8), p. 92b (Plate 163).
-,-, 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 2b (Plate 17); Bermondsey (2), p. 4a, b (Plate 43); Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Greenwich (2), pp. 16b, 17a (Plates 16, 17); Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 54); Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plates 93, 94); Lewisham (1), p. 48b; Lewisham (2), p. 49a; Poplar (2), pp. 52b, 53a (Plates 93, 102); Poplar (3), p. 54a; Shoreditch (1), p. 57a, b; Southwark (1), pp. 64a, b, 65a (Plates 116, 117, 119); Stepney (1), p. 70b, 71a; Stepney (3), p. 71b; Stepney (5), p. 72b (Plate 17); Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plates 17, 164); Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-,-, 18th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 2b; Greenwich (2), pp. 16b, 17a (Plate 16); Greenwich (3), p. 19a, b (Plate 54); Hackney (1), p. 44b; Poplar (2), p. 53a; Poplar (3), p. 54a (Plate 103); Shoreditch (1), p. 57b (Plate 50); Stepney (1), p. 71b.

Monyngson, John, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 81b.

Moody, Michael, conspirator, 1587, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a (Plate 37).

Moore, see More below.

Morais:
-, . . ., son of Abraham de, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Jacob de, 1675, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73a.
-, Rahel, daughter of Abraham de, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73a.

Morden College: Greenwich (10), p. 36a (Plan, p. 37; Plates, see list of, p. vi).

Morden, Sir John; arms of, impaling Brand, Greenwich (10), pp. 36a, 38a; foundation of Morden College by, Greenwich (10), p. 36a; funeral-achievement of, Greenwich (10), p. 38a; inscription forming anagram and acrostic to, Greenwich (10), p. 38a; inscription on bell, Greenwich (10), p. 36a; and Lady Morden, hatchments of, Greenwich (10), p. 38a; statues of, Greenwich (10), p. 36a.

More or Moore:
-, Sir Jonas, Master of the Ordnance, 1679, monument to, St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 93a; name inscribed on tablet on Royal Observatory, Greenwich (8), p. 31a.
-, Mary, see Blount.
-, Sir Thomas, see Roper.

Morgan, Anne, see Carey.

Morton, John, 1631, monument to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64b.

Mortuary, Deptford: Greenwich (14), p. 40b; carved panel representing Ezekiel's Vision, formerly over door of: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 16a.

Moses, figures of: St. Luke Charlton (glass), Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 53); St. Mary Magdalene (painting), Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; St. Nicholas Deptford (painting), Greenwich (2), p. 17b; from St. Michael Wood Street now in St. George the Martyr (painting), Southwark (2), p. 67a.

Mound on Plumstead Common: Woolwich (24), p. 113b.

Mudd, Captain Henry, Elder Brother of Trinity House, ground for building Trinity Hospital given by: Stepney (9), p. 97a.

Munden, Captain Sir Richard, 1680, monument in St. Mary Bromley to: Poplar (2), p. 53a.

Muschamp, Thomas, 1637, brass to: St. Giles, Camberwell (1), p. 10a.

Myagh, see Miagh.

Myle, Lawrens, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 29).

Mylford, Laurens, 1559, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a.

Narrow Street, Ratcliff, No. 10: Stepney (32), p. 100a.

Navigation, figures in Painted Hall representing arts and sciences relating to: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Neptune, figures of: The Royal Hospital, Greenwich (6), p. 24a; Queen's House, Greenwich (7), p. 30a.

Netteswell House: Bethnal Green (2), p. 9a.

Nevile or Nevill:
-, Jane, Lady Detheck, wife of Alexander Nevill, 1606, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.
-, Lucye, daughter of Henry, Earl of Worcester and wife of John Nevill, Lord Latimer, 1582–3, effigy of: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plates 95, 123).
-, Marmaduke, 1569, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 84b.

New King Street, No. 6: Deptford (5), p. 12a.

New Lansdowne Club, 195, Mare Street: Hackney (7), p. 47b.

Newton:
-, Sir Adam: building at St. Luke Charlton under the will of, Greenwich (3), p. 17b; Charlton House built by, Greenwich (9), p. 31b; initials on stables of Charlton House of, Greenwich (9), p. 35b. See Katherine Newton below.
-, Sir Henry Puckering, Bart., see James Newton.
-, James, 1639, uncle of Sir Henry Puckering Newton, Bart., brother and heir of Sir William Newton, Bart., window in St. Luke Charlton glazed by, Greenwich (3), p. 18b (Plate 53).
-, Katherine (Puckering), 1629–30, and her husband, Sir Adam Newton, altar-tomb to, St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 54).
-, Sir William, Bart., North aisle of St. Luke Charlton built under will of, Greenwich (3), p. 17b. See also James Newton above.
-, Arms of: St. Luke Charlton (glass), Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 53); Charlton House, Greenwich (9), p. 34b.
-, Crest of: Charlton House (staircase), Greenwich (9), p. 35b.

Nicholas, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels.

Nile Street, No. 5: Woolwich (22), p. 113a.

Norfolk, Duke of, see Howard.

Norman, Nicholas, waterman, 1629, and Elizabeth his wife, 1629–30, monument to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64a.

Northampton, Earl of, see Howard.

Northumberland, Duke of, see Dudley.

Norton, Christopher, Ridolfi conspirator, 1570, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a (Plate 37).

Norton Folgate, Liberty of, in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.

Nunes or Nunez:
-, David Israel, name inscribed on foundation stone: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.
-, Grasia, daughter of Ishak Is Nunes, 1666, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73a.
-, Jacob (? Moses) Israel, 1674, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73a.
-, Moseh Ysrael, 1695, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Sara, wife of Moseh Israel Nunes, daughter of Daniel Jesurun Lo . . ., 1696, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Sarah, wife of Ysrael Nunes, 1690, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Nuremburg, 16th-century cup from: St. Mary Bromley, Poplar (2), p. 53a.

Offley, Hugh, and his father-in-law Robert Harding, oak chest (Plate 113), given by: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64a; arms of, inlaid in chest, St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 63a.

Old Artillery Ground, parish of, in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.

Old College, The, Dulwich: Camberwell (3), p. 10b.

Old Court House, Well Close Square: Stepney (24), p. 99b (Plate 25).

Old Manor, The, Devonshire Street: Camberwell (4), p. 10b.

Oliver, Isaac, glass in St. Luke Charlton said to be by: Greenwich (3), p. 19a.

Oratories, see under Tower of London.

Oratorium, inscription in St. Luke Charlton recording gift of: Greenwich (3), p. 19a.

Organs and Organ-cases:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxii.
-, 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Greenwich (2), p. 17a (Plate 49); Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plates 15, 49).

Orléans, Charles, Duke of, lodged in the Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 76a.

Osborne, Stephen, 1704, three sons, Elizabeth and Merrial his daughters, a sixth child, 1714, and Merrial his wife, 1732, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Overman, Alice, wife of William Overman, see Shaw.

Owdal, Francis, 1541, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Owen:
-, Ann, wife of Dr. Richard Owen, 1652–3, and their children, Richard, 1641–2, Charles, 1648, Edward, 1678, James, 1653, Mary, 1675, Jane, 1663–4, and Blainch, 1649, also Thomas, son of Richard Owen and his second wife, Amy, 1679, monument to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.
-, Captain Nathaniel, 1707–8, and Mary, 1685, and Bridget, 1709, his wives, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Oxford, John, Earl of, see Robert Veer.

Pacheco, Leah, wife of Aron Franco Pacheco, 1685, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Page, R., prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Paintings:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxii.
-, In Churches:
-,-, On Canvas or Wood: 16th-century: Camberwell (3), p. 10b; Southwark (1), p. 65b. Late 16th or early 17th-century: Stepney (3), p. 71b. 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; Bermondsey (2), p. 4b; Greenwich (2), p. 17b; Southwark (2), p. 67a; Woolwich (3), p. 103b. Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (3), p. 6a; Greenwich (2), p. 17a (Plate 14); Southwark (1), p. 66a.
-,-, On Plaster: 17th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 14b.
-,-, In Houses: On Canvas: 17th-century: Woolwich (6), pp. 110b, 111a. On Plaster: 17th-century: Greenwich (7), pp. 29a, b, 30a; Hackney (2), p. 46a. Early 18th-century: Greenwich (6), pp. 25b, 26a, b, 27a.

Paiva:
-, Hanah de, 1685, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Semuel de, 1666, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73a.

Pallas, see Wisdom.

Panelling, Carved and Linenfold:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxii.
-, In Churches:
-,-, 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; Greenwich (2), p. 17a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (3), p. 6a, b; Greenwich (1), p. 14b.
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Hackney (2), p. 46a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Hackney (2), p. 46a; Southwark (8), p. 68a.
-,-, 17th-century: Hackney (2), p. 46a; Woolwich (6), p. 110b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Hackney (2), p. 45b.
-, Linenfold:
-,-, 16th-century: Hackney (2), p. 45b; Woolwich (4), p. 108.

Pan[nail] (?), William, 16[8?]5, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Parade, The, Nos. 4 and 5, see under Tower of London.

Park Place, Greenwich, see Manor House.

Park Row, No. 21: Greenwich (17), p. 40b.

Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins, panels carved with scenes from: Southwark (8), p. 68a.

Paslew, Walter, 1569–70, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 84b.

Passion, Instruments of the, painting in St. Alfege Church, Greenwich (1), p. 14b.

Patens, see under Plate, Church.

Patriarch or Prophet offering sacrifice, glass panel representing, St. John's Chapel, The Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 90b.

Paul, St.: buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels; figures of, Church of the Ascension (spoon), Lewisham (3), p. 49a; St. Paul Shadwell (staff), Stepney (4), p. 72a.

Payler, Samuel, 1649–50, Maria, 1646, and Robert, 1651, children of George Payler, Master Surveyor of the Ordnance and Maria (Jackson) his wife, monument to: St. Peter ad Vincula, Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plate 164).

Peace, figures representing: Painted Hall, Greenwich (6), p. 26a; Charlton House (fireplace), Greenwich (9), p. 35a.

Pecoke, Etheldred, see Reynell.

Pegasus, carving representing: Charlton House (fireplace), Greenwich (9), p. 35a.

Pennington Street, Nos. 94, 96, 97 to 104, 109 to 122, 123 to 127, and 134 to 147; Stepney (27), p. 100a (Plate 5).

Pennyfields, No. 41: Poplar (24), p. 57a.

Penso:
-, Ester, wife of Ra(pha)el Penso, 1703, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.
-, Sara, daughter of David Penso, 169., monument to: Burial Ground of Sephradi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Pentland House: Lewisham (7), p. 51a (Plates 1, 23).

Perceval House: Lewisham (8), p. 51a (Plates 4, 26).

Percy, Ingram, 1537, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Pereira:
-, . . ., son of Abraham Lopez de Pereira, 169., monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Abraham, son of Ishak Lopez de Pereira, 1688, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Menaseh, son of Joseph Pereira, 1701, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Perseus, with the head of Medusa, figure-subject over fireplace in Charlton House representing: Greenwich (9), p. 35a.

Pessoa, David Ysrael, 1685, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Peter, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches and Chapels.

Peto, arms of: St. Luke Charlton (glass), Greenwich (3), p. 19a.

Pett, Peter, 1652, monument to: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 16b (Plate 16).

Peverel, Thomas, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), pp. 84b, 85a (Plate 32).

Phaer (?) William, 1576, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Phelps, Richard, see under Bellfounders.

Philip, King, mentioned in prisoner's inscription in Well Tower: Stepney (8), p. 79a.

Philosophers, figures in Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Philpot Almshouses: Woolwich (14), p. 112b (Plate 1).

Philpot, Thomas, Almshouses founded by: Woolwich (14), p. 112b.

Pierson, Margaret, see Humble.

Piety, figure carved over fireplace in Charlton House representing: Greenwich (9), p. 35a.

Pinhel, Abraham Roiz, name inscribed on foundation stone: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Pipe, arms of, see Ducie.

Pipe Roll, accounts of building at the Tower of London under Richard I mentioned in: Stepney (8), p. 74b.

Pippin Hall Farm, Eltham: Woolwich (19), p. 112b (Plate 6).

Piscinae:
-, 13th-century: Stepney (8), pp. 78b, 81a.
-, 14th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 10a (Plate 13).
-, 16th-century: Stepney (8), p. 93b.

Pitfield Street:
-, No. 11: Shoreditch (12), p. 58b.
-, No. 16: Shoreditch (11), p. 58b.

Plasterwork:
-, See also Ceilings.
-, Friezes:
-, 17th-century: Greenwich (9), p. 35a, b.

Plate, Church: (Plates 7, 19, 20, 21, 22).
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxiii.
-, Pre-Reformation:
-,-, Dish: c. 1400: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a.
-, Post-Reformation:
-,-, Almsdishes: 17th-century: Camberwell (3), p. 10b; Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Stepney (8), p. 93b. Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; Bermondsey (2), p. 4b; Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Greenwich (10), p. 38a; Poplar (2), p. 53a; Stepney (4), p. 72a.
-,-, Cover-patens: 16th-century: Lewisham (2), p. 49a. 17th-century: Bethnal Green (1), p. 8b; Hackney (1), p. 45a.; Poplar (3), p. 54b; Stepney (4), p. 72a; Stepney (6), p. 73a. Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (2), p. 4b.
-,-, Cups: 16th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 10a; Camberwell (3), p. 10b; Lewisham (2), p. 49a; Poplar (2), p. 53a; Southwark (2), p. 67a; Stepney (1), p, 71a; Stepney (8), p. 93b. 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; Bermondsey (2), p. 4b; Bethnal Green (1), p. 8b; Camberwell (1), p. 10a; Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Hackney (1), p. 45a; Lewisham (1), p. 48b; Lewisham (3), p. 49a; Poplar (3), p. 54b; Southwark (1), pp. 65b, 66a; Southwark (2), p. 67a; Stepney (1), p. 71a; Stepney (2), p. 71b; Stepney (4), p. 72a; Stepney (6), p. 73a; Stepney (8), p. 93b; Woolwich (1), p. 101b. Early 18th-century: Greenwich (10), p. 38a.
-,-, Dishes: 16th-century: Bermondsey (2), p. 4b. 17th-century: Hackney (1), p. 45a; Stepney (1), p. 71a; Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (2), p. 4b; Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Lewisham (2), p. 49a.
-,-, Flagons: 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; Bermondsey (2), p. 4b; Bethnal Green (1), p. 8b; Camberwell (1), p. 10a; Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Hackney (1), p. 45a; Lewisham (1), p. 48b; Lewisham (2), p. 49a; Poplar (1), p. 52b; Southwark (1), p. 66a; Southwark (2), p. 67a; Stepney (1), p. 71a; Stepney (4), p. 72a; Stepney (6), p. 73a. Early 18th-century: Camberwell (3), p. 10b; Greenwich (3), p. 19b; Greenwich (10), p. 38a; Poplar (2), p. 53a.
-,-, Patens (see also Stand-patens below): 16th-century: Southwark (2), p. 67a. 17th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 10a; Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Lewisham (1), p. 48b; Poplar (1), p. 52b; Poplar (2), p. 53a; Stepney (1), p. 71a; Stepney (8), p. 93b; Woolwich (1), p. 101b. Early 18th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Greenwich (10), p. 38a; Southwark (2), p. 67a; Stepney (1), p. 71a; Woolwich (2), p. 103a.
-,-, Plates: 17th-century: Shoreditch (1), p. 57b. Early 18th-century: Woolwich (2), p. 103a.
-,-, Salvers: 17th-century: Southwark (2), p. 67a.
-,-, Spoons: 17th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Hackney (1), p. 45a; Lewisham (3), p. 49a; Stepney (1), p. 71a.
-,-, Stand-patens (see also Patens above): 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; Bermondsey (2), p. 4b; Camberwell (1), p. 10a; Camberwell (3), p. 10b; Greenwich (3), p. 19b; Hackney (1), p. 45a; Poplar (2), p. 53a; Poplar (3), p. 54b; Southwark (1), p. 65b; Stepney (4), p. 72a; Stepney (6), p. 73a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Camberwell (3), p. 10b; Greenwich (3), p. 19b; Lewisham (2), p. 49a.
-, Miscellaneous:
-,-, Beadles' and other Staves: 17th-century: Bethnal Green (1), p. 8b; Camberwell (3), p. 10b; Stepney (4), p. 72a. Early 18th-century: Stepney (2), p. 71b.
-,-, Mace: Early 18th-century: Stepney (1), p. 71a.
-,-, Pendant: 17th-century: Southwark (1), p. 66a.

Plates, see under Plate, Church.

Playre, Sir Thomas, Jun., 1685–6, and Joyce his wife, 1686, floor-slab to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 45a.

Plumstead, parish of, in Woolwich Borough, p. 101b.

Pol, Pole, Poole, or Pool:
-, Arthur, conspirator, 1562–70, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp and Salt Towers: Stepney (8), pp. 82a, 85b (Plates 29, 31).
-, C., prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 86a.
-, Edmund, conspirator, 1562–70, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp and Salt Towers: Stepney (8), pp. 82a, 85a, b.
-, E., prisoners' inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8),p.81b. Geffrye, 1562, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a.
-, . ., prisoner's inscription in Bloody Tower: Stepney (8), p. 81a.

Pollard, William, 1558, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a.

Pomeroy, George, 1709–10, floor-slab to: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Pont de I'Arche, William, foundation of Priory of St. Mary Overy in 1106 by: Southwark (1), p. 58b.

Poole, see Pole.

Poplar, Borough of, pp. 52–57; parishes in, p. 52b.

Portcullises and Portcullis-slots:
-, 13th-century: Bloody Tower, Stepney (8), p. 80b (Plate 136); Byward Tower, Stepney (8), p. 76b; Middle Tower, Stepney (8), 76a.
-, c. 1300: St. Thomas' Tower, Stepney (8), p. 78a.
-, 14th-century: Cradle Tower, Stepney (8), p. 78b.
-, 16th-century: Byward Tower, Stepney (8), p. 77a (Plate 136).

Portello, Ester Rodrigues, 1712, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Porto, Judith do, 1696, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Portyngton, Robert, see Lady Margaret Douglas.

Postern Gate in City Wall, undermined by digging of the Tower ditch: Stepney (8), p. 74b.

Pound Place, Eltham, Nos. 2–16, 18 and 20: Woolwich (18), p. 112b (Plate 1).

Pratt, Elizabeth, 1709, wife of Tobias Pratt, also Thomas Charlton and Stephen Hasser, her grandchildren, headstone to: St. Alfege, Greenwich (1), p. 14b.

Prene, William, 1404, rector of St. Lawrence, now St. Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, bell given by: Woolwich (1), p. 101b.

Presbytery, Croom's Hill: Greenwich (21), p. 41b (Plates 11, 91).

Pretyman, Elizabeth, see Sir Richard Brown.

Price, William, stained glass panel painted by: Greenwich (2), p. 17b.

Prince of Wales' Feathers: Charlton House (ceiling), Greenwich (9), p. 34b; Byward Tower (glass), Stepney (8), p. 77b.

Princelet Street, Nos. 21, 23 and 25: Stepney (41), p. 100b.

Prine, John, 1568, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Prophets, carved figure probably representing one of the, St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17b; see also Patriarch.

Puckering, Katherine, see Newton; arms and crest of, St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3), p. 19a; Charlton House, Greenwich (9), p. 35b.

Pulpit, inscription recording gift of: St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3), p. 19a.

Pulpits: See also Sectional Preface, p. xxiii.
-, 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; Greenwich (2), p. 17a (Plates 14, 48); Greenwich (3), p. 19b; Shoreditch (2), p. 57b; Stepney (9); p. 97a.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Greenwich (10), p. 38a.
-, Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (3), p. 6b; Greenwich (1), p. 14b (Plates 28, 48).

Pyne, Captain Valentine, Master Gunner of England, 1677, monument in St. Peter ad Vincula to: Stepney (8), p. 93a (Plate 17).

Pyott, arms of, see Ducie.

Queen's House: Greenwich (7), p. 27a (Plan, p. 28; Plates, see list of, p. vi).

Queen's Road, Nos. 6 and 10: Camberwell (11), p. 11b.

Radclyff, Radclyffe or Ratclif:
-, Egremond, rebel, 1576, prisoner's inscriptions in Salt and Beauchamp Towers: Stepney (8), pp. 82a, 85b.
-, Francis, 1688–9, mariner, head-stone to: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Raleigh, Sir Walter, imprisoned in Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Railings, see Communion Rails and also Iron under Metalwork.

Rainwater-heads and pipes, see under Leadwork.

Railings, Abraham and Abraham his son, 1644, monument to : St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Rame, William, 1559, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a (Plate 33).

Ramillies, Battle of, beadle's staff given in memory of: St. John, Wapping, Stepney (2), p. 71b.

Ranger of Greenwich Park, Queen's House now used as residence of, Greenwich (7), p. 27a.

Raphael Sanzio, Pierino del Vaga's copy of painting of The Transfiguration by: Camberwell (2), p. 10b.

Ratelif, see Radclyff.

Ratcliff, parish of, in Stepney Borough, p. 69a; name inscribed on mace, St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Ratford, John, palimpsest inscription on brass to: Camberwell (1), p. 9b.

Raynes, Sir Richard, stand-paten given by: St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3), p. 19b.

Rebekah, see Esau.

Recess, 12th-century, St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66a.

Record Tower, see Wakefield Tower under Tower of London.

Redmans Road, Nos. 52 and 54: Stepney (14), p. 99a.

Refrigerator Building: Greenwich (12), p. 40a.

Registrum Roffense, building of White Tower mentioned in: Stepney (8), p. 74a.

Reile, John, 1562, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower (8), p. 85b (Plate 29).

Reredoses:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxiii.
-, 16th-century: Southwark (1), pp. 59a, b, 60a, 66a.
-, 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; Camberwell (2), p. 10a (Plate 44); Greenwich (2), p. 17b (Plate 51); Poplar (2), p. 53a; Stepney (9), p. 97a.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Greenwich (10), p. 38a.
-, Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (2), p. 4b; Bermondsey (3), p. 6a; Greenwich (1), p. 14b; Stepney (5), p. 73a (Plate 44).

Resurrection, The, carving on table-tomb representing: St. Leonard, Shoreditch (1), p. 57b.

Reynell, Etheldred, (Pecoke) 1618, wife of Sir George Reynell, Knight-Marshall of the King's Bench, brass to: St. George the Martyr, Southwark (2), p. 66b.

Reynolds, Brian, Richard, Mark, Alize and Elizabeth (wife of Robert Wheatley), children of Nicholas and Elizabeth Reynolds, alabaster tablet to: St. Mary Rotherhithe, Bermondsey (2), p. 4a.

Richard I, building at the Tower of London during reign of: Stepney (8), p. 74b.

Richard II: building at the Tower of London during reign of: Stepney (8), p. 75a: Priory of St. Mary Overy damaged by fire during reign of, Southwark (1), p. 59a.

Richard, Duke of York, imprisoned in Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Richards, Anne, 1709, table-tomb to: St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3), p. 19b.

Ripley, Thomas, Surveyor of the Royal Hospital from 1729: Greenwich (6), p. 21b.

Rizio, Aaron Levi, name inscribed on foundation-stone: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Robert the Devil's Tower, see Devereux Tower under Tower of London.

Roberts, Sir John, Bart., 1692, and Margery (Amy) his wife, 1690, monument to: St. Mary Bromley, Poplar (2), p. 53a (Plate 93).

Roch, David, 1597, prisoner's inscription in Bloody Tower.; Stepney (8), p. 80b.

Roches, Peter des, Bishop of Winchester, rebuilding of chapel of St. Mary Magdalene by: Southwark (1), p. 59a.

Rochford, arms of: St. John's Chapel (glass), Stepney (8), p. 90a (Plate 40).

Rogers, James, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Roman remains: Bastion, Wardrobe Tower built on, Stepney (8), pp. 74b, 93b; Bricks in White Tower, Stepney (8), p. 88a, b; City-wall, portion incorporated in Bowyer Tower, Stepney (8), p. 83b; Paving, portion of, St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66b; All Hallows, Barking, Addenda, p. 115; Pottery, miscellaneous fragments of, St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66b.

Rood, c. 1000, St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71b (Plate 125); see also Sectional Preface, p. xxiii.

Roofs (Mediæval):
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, Dating from the 15th-century: Stepney (1), p. 70b.
-, Secular:
-,-, Hammer-Beam: 15th-century: Woolwich (4), p. 105b.
-,-, Queen-post and Collar-beam: 16th-century: Hackney (3), p. 47a; Woolwich (5), p. 109.
-,-, Tie-beam: 16th-century: Hackney (2), p. 46b.

Rookewood, Ambrose, Gunpowder Plot conspirator, 1605, prisoner's inscription in Martin Tower, Stepney (8), p. 83b.

Rooper or Roper:
-, Family of, Wellhall the property of, Woolwich (5), p. 109.
-, Thomas, 1570, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower, Stepney (8), p. 85a (Plate 30).
-, William, husband of Margaret, daughter of Sir Thomas More, initials on pinnacle at Wellhall: Woolwich (5), p. 109.

Ropemakers Fields, Nos. 51, 53 and 55: Stepney (34), p. 100b.

[Ros]carrocke, Nicholas, priest, 1580–6, prisoner's inscription in Well Tower: Stepney (8), p. 79a.

Rose, Thomas, 1666, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 86a.

Rotherhithe Street:
-, Nos. 26–28, remains of 15th-century walls at: Bermondsey (4), p. 7a.
-, Nos. 302 to 310: Bermondsey (16), p. 8b.

Roundhill House, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, spire from St. Antholin Budge Row preserved at: Camberwell (2), p. 10a.

Rous, Samuel, Robert and Antony, sons of Antony Rous, 16.., floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Rowe, Henry, 1670, husband of Warwicke (Staverton), table-tomb to St. John, Hackney (1), p. 45a.

Rowe Chapel, fragments now in vestibule of St. John's church from: Hackney (1), p. 45a.

Rower, Christofer, 1585, prisoner's inscription in Well Tower, Stepney (8), p. 79a.

Royal Arms, see under Heraldry.

Royal Crest, early 18th-century: Bermondsey (3), p. 6a.

Royal Hill, Nos. 7–17: Greenwich (35), p. 43a.

Royal Hospital, The: Greenwich (6), p. 21a (Plans, pp. 20, 22, 25, 26: Plates, see list of, p. vi); drawing in ceiling of Painted Hall representing, p. 26a.
-, Fives Court: Greenwich (6), p. 27a.
-, King Charles Block: Greenwich (6), pp. 21b, 24b; part designed by John Webb, p. 21a; part designed by Sir Christopher Wren, p. 21a; rebuilt by James Stuart, p. 21a; President's House, p. 24b.
-, King William Block: Greenwich (6), pp. 23a, 25b; building commenced, p. 21a; Painted Hall: building commenced, p. 21a; interior of, p. 25b.
-, Queen Anne Block: Greenwich (6), pp. 23a, 25a; building commenced, p. 21a; undercroft under, pp. 21a, 25a.
-, Queen Mary Block: Greenwich (6), pp. 24b, 27a; building commenced, p. 21a.
-, Skittle Alley: Greenwich (6), p. 27a.
-, Surveyors during building of: Greenwich (6), p. 21b.

Royal Mint Street, Nos. 59 and 60: Stepney (22), p. 99b.

Royal Naval Asylum, The Queen's House granted by George III to: Greenwich (7), p. 27a.

Royal Naval College, formerly The Royal Hospital, Greenwich, for which see above.

Royal Observatory: Greenwich (8), p. 30b (Plan, p. 30; Plate 75).

Ruddam, James, 1570, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital (glass), Stepney (9), p. 96.

Rudston, R., 1553, prisoner's inscription in White Tower: Stepney (8), p. 88a.

Russell, Francis, 2nd Earl of Bedford, K.G., arms of: St. John's Chapel, Stepney (8), p. 90b (Plate 40).

Rust, Thomas, son of Edward Rust, 1704, Elizabeth, wife of Edward Rust, 1706, Edward Rust, 1724, and Stephen Rust, 1739, monument to: St. Mary Stratford Bow, Poplar (3), p. 54a.

Sacrament, emblems of the, painting in St. Alfege of: Greenwich (1), p. 14b.

Saints, see under individual names; for churches dedicated to, see individual names under Churches.

St. Andrew's Mission-Church, Gurley Street, reredos, from St. Mary Bromley now in: Poplar (2), p. 53a.

St. Antholin, Budge Row: fittings now in St. Antholin Peckham from, Camberwell (2), p. 10a; spire preserved at Roundhill House, Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, from, Camberwell (2), p. 10a.

St. Benet Gracechurch, plate now in St. Benet Stepney from: Stepney (6), p. 73a.

St. Dunstan in the West, monument to Joshua Marshall: Farringdon Without (12), Addenda et Corrigenda, p. 115.

St. John's Institute: Hackney (2), p. 45a (Plan, p. 45; Plates 96, 97).

St. Katherine's Hospital, land seized for the Tower of London, belonging to: Stepney (8), p. 74b.

St. Margaret, Plumstead Common, church plate from St. Nicholas Plumstead now in: Woolwich (2), p. 103a.

St. Mary Lambeth, monument to William Suthes, 1625: Lambeth (1), Addenda, p. 115.

St. Mary Somerset, fittings now in St. Mary Hoxton from: Shoreditch (2), p. 57b.

St. Marychurch Street, No. 37: Bermondsey (15), p. 8b.

St. Michael Wood Street, paintings of Moses and Aaron, now in St. George the Martyr, Southwark, from: Southwark (2), p. 67a.

St. Paul's Lane, No. 2: Bermondsey (17), p. 8b.

St. Thomas' Hospital, Remains of: Bermondsey (3), p. 5a; statues removed to new building from: Bermondsey (3), p. 7a.

St. Thomas' Tower, see Tower of London.

Salisbury, Margaret, Countess of, imprisoned in the Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Salmon or Samon:
-, Robert, Master of Trinity House, 1588, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital (glass): Stepney (9), p. 97a.
-, T. 1622, prisoner's inscription and devices in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a (Plate 32).

Salt Tower, see under Tower of London.

Salvers, see under Plate, Church.

Salvin, Anthony, architect, restoration of the Tower of London by the War Office under: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Salwey, Thomas, 1705, slab in churchyard of St. Mary Stratford Bow to: Poplar (3), p. 54b.

Sasportas, Semuel, son of H.H.R. Yahacob Sasportas, 1692, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Saviour, St., buildings dedicated to, see Churches and Chapels.

Schmidt, Bernard, known as Father Schmidt or Smith, organs built by: Greenwich (2), p. 17a; Stepney (8), p. 93b.

School and School-House, Deptford: Greenwich (13), p. 40a.

Schwarbrook, see Swarbutt.

Scotson, Elizabeth, widow of John Scotson, mariner, cup given by: St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey (1), p. 3a.

Scott:
-, Edward, 1538, son of John Scott, brass to: Camberwell (1), p. 9b.
-, John, 1532, and [Elizabeth (Skinner)] his wife, brass to: Camberwell (1), p. 9b.

Screen, 15th-century: Woolwich (4), p. 105b.

Scroop, Thomas, 1688 (?), headstone to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.

Seaman, Sarah, widow of Captain Robert Seaman, alms-dish given by: St. Mary Rotherhithe, Bermondsey (2), p. 4b.

Seating:
-, See also Chairs under Furniture.
-, Churchwardens' Pew:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 15a.
-, Royal Pew:
-,-, Early 18th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 15a (Plate 14).
-, Stalls, Benches, Bench-ends, Pews, etc.:
-,-, 17th-century: Bermondsey (1), p. 3a; Stepney (9), p. 97a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Greenwich (10), p. 38a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Greenwich (1), p. 15a.

Sedburgh, Adam, Abbot of Jervaulx, 1537, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 29).

Sedilia:
-, 13th-century: Stepney (1) (restored), p. 71b; Stepney (8), p. 81a.
-, 14th-century: Camberwell (1), p. 10a (Plate (13).

Seger, George, 1594, brass in St. Luke Charlton to: Greenwich (3), p. 18b.

Sephardi Jews, Burial Ground of: Stepney (7), p. 73a.

Sequeira, Abraham Israel de, 1678, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Serra:
-, Deborah Gomez, 1707, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.
-, Yshac Hisquiyahu Gomes, son of Yahacob Gomes Serra, 1694, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Severn, figure in Painted Hail representing the River: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Sextant House: Royal Observatory, Greenwich (8), p. 31a.

Seymour:
-, Edward, Duke of Somerset, 1552, imprisoned in the Tower of London, Stepney (8), p. 75b; buried in St. Peter ad Vincula: Stepney (8), p. 92b.
-, Frances, see Sir William Ducie.
-, John, 1553, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).
-, of Trowbridge, arms of: Greenwich (9) (glass), p. 35a; see also Ducie.
-, Impaling Alington, arms of: Greenwich (9) (glass), p. 35a.

Shadwell, see St. Paul Shadwell, under Churches.

Shaw:
-, James, Alice his wife, 1693, Captain Joseph Williams her nephew, and Alice his daughter, wife of William Overman, 1697, monument to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64a.
-, Sir John: Eltham Lodge built for, 1663–5, Woolwich (6), p. 109; and D., names on overmantel of, Eltham Lodge, Woolwich (6), p. 111a.

Sheffield, arms of, see Ducie.

Shelvocke, Susanna, wife of Captain George Shelvocke, monument to: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Sherman, Abraham, M.A., 1654, minister of St. Margaret Lee, table-tomb to: Lewisham (2), p. 49a.

Shipwrights' Company, arms of: St. Nicholas Deptford (Shish monument), Greenwich (2), p. 16b.

Shish, Jonas, 1680, master-shipwright to Charles II, Elizabeth his wife, 1678–9, John, 1686, and Thomas, 1685, their sons, and Kendrick, 1685, son of John Shish, monument to: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 16b (Plate 16).

Shoreditch, Borough of: pp. 57–58; parish of St. Leonard in, p. 57a.

Shorter, William, 1586, name inscribed in Broad Arrow Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82b.

Shottisham (Norfolk), Trinity Hospital, Greenwich, provided for support of eight poor men from: Greenwich (11), p. 38b.

Simon, Bishop of Achonry, altars of Priory of St. Mary Overy dedicated by: Southwark (1), p. 59a.

Sims, Sarah, wife of William Sims, table-tomb to: St. Giles, Camberwell (1), p. 10a.

Skinner or Skynner:
-, Elizabeth, see John Scott.
-, Mighell, 1497, brass to: St. Giles, Camberwell (1), p. 9b.
-, Richard, 1407 (should be 1492), and Agnes his wife, 1499, brass to: St. Giles, Camberwell (1), p. 9b.

Slabs, Funeral, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Smalley, Edward, prisoner's inscriptions in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a (Plate 30).

Smith, Nicholas, 1698, Mary his first wife, 1676, Frances his second wife, 1696(?), and Nicholas, Elizabeth and Hester, his grandchildren, floor-slab to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.

Snell, Captain John, 16[81] (?), Martha his wife, 1711, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Somerset, Duke of, see Seymour.

Somerton Castle, Lincs., arrangement of original palace at Eltham similar to: Woolwich (4), p. 103b.

Soriamo, Abraham, 1714, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

South Square, Gray's Inn, No. 7, demolition of: Holborn (6), Addenda, p. 115.

Southwark, Borough of: pp. 58–68; parishes in, p. 58b.

Southwark Cathedral, see St. Saviour, under Churches and Chapels; St. Thomas' Church now Chapter House of: Bermondsey (3), p. 5a.

Spencer House: Lewisham (8), p. 51a (Plate 4).

Spencer, Samuel, 1714, headstone to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.

Spert, Sir Thomas, 1541, founder of Trinity House, monument erected 1622 to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Spital Square, Nos. 4 to 9: Stepney (48), p. 101b.

Spital Street, No. 27: Stepney (36), p. 100b.

Spitalfields, see Christ Church, Spitalfields, under Churches and Chapels.

Spoons, see under Plate, Church.

Sprat, Thomas, Bishop of Rochester, tablet recording consecration of Morden College Chapel by: Greenwich (10), p. 38a.

Spurstowe Almshouses: Hackney (6), p. 47b.

Spurstowe:
-, Henry, tablet erected by his son Henry Spurstowe, recording that Spurstowe almshouses were "established" by: Hackney (6), p. 47b.
-, William, D.D., vicar of Hackney, inscription recording foundation of Spurstowe almshouses by: Hackney (6), p. 47b.

Squibb, Mary, flagons given by: St. Alfege, Greenwich (1), p. 14b.

Staircases (most worthy of mention):
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxiii.
-, In Churches:
-,-, 17th-century: Greenwich (2), p. 16b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (3), p. 6a (Plate 27); Greenwich (1), p. 15a (Plates 26, 28).
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Woolwich (4), p. 108.
-,-, 17th-century: Camberwell (9), p. 11a (Plate 27); Greenwich (6), p. 24b (Plate 28); Greenwich (7), p. 30a (Plate 28): Greenwich (8), p. 31b; Greenwich (9), p. 35b (Plate 77); Greenwich (11), p. 38b (Plate 88); Lewisham (6), p. 50b; Lewisham (8), p. 51b (Plate 26); Stepney (10), p. 98a; Woolwich (6), p. 111a, b (Plates 27, 183, 184); Woolwich (11), p. 112a (Plate 26).
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Greenwich (23), p. 42a (Plate 27).
-,-, Early 18th-century: Bermondsey (3), p. 7a (Plate 24); Bethnal Green (3), p. 9a (Plate 24); Deptford (3), p. 12a (Plates 25, 26); Greenwich (19), p. 41a; Greenwich (20), p. 41a (Plate 25); Lewisham (7), p. 51a; Southwark (13), p. 68b; Stepney (12), p. 98b; Stepney (13), p. 98b (Plate 25); Stepney (19), p. 99a (Plate 24); Stepney (24), p. 99b (Plate 25); Stepney (39), p. 100b; Woolwich (12), p. 112a (Plate 24).

Stafford, Edward, Duke of Buckingham, imprisoned in the Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Stand-patens, see under Plate, Church.

Stanyan, John, 1711, and Elizabeth his daughter, 1710–11, floor-slab to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.

Stapleton, Henry, 1583, prisoner's inscription in Bloody Tower: Stepney (8), p. 80b (Plate 37).

Starkey, Philip, 1677, table-tomb in churchyard of St. Mary Bromley, to: Poplar (2), p. 53a.

Startute, Elizabeth, widow of Richard Startute, 1620, monument with effigies erected by Captain Michael Merriall and Clare (Startute) his wife to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Statutes and Images:
-, See also Effigies, Monumental.
-, Annunciation, The, Stepney (1), p. 70b (Plate 125).
-, Figures:
-,-, Angels, Southwark (1), p. 66b; A Boy, Greenwich (2) (pulpit), p. 17b (Plate 14); Sir Robert Clayton, Bermondsey (3), p. 7a; Four Cripples, Bermondsey (3), p. 7a; Edward VI, Bermondsey (3), p. 7a; St. John, Greenwich (3), p. 17b (Plate 14); Captain Richard Maples, Stepney (9), p. 97b (Plate 170); Sir John and Lady Morden, Greenwich (10), p. 36a.
-,-, Bust: James I, Stepney (8), p. 94b.

Staverton, Warwicke, see Rowe.

Staves and Maces, see under Plate, Church.

Steavens, William, 1712–13, tablet to: St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey (1), p. 2b.

Steven, Thomas, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b (Plate 30).

Stepney, Borough of: pp. 69–101; parishes in, p. 69a.

Stepney Green, No. 37: Stepney (13), p. 98b (Plates 9, 25).

Stone:
-, Nicholas, sculptor, monument in St. Luke Charlton to Katherine Newton and her husband Sir Adam Newton, 1629–30, by, Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 54); monument to Henry Howard, Earl of Northampton, in Trinity Hospital Chapel by, Greenwich (11), p. 39b (Plates 18, 89).
-, Captain Thomas, Jun., 1666, monument to, St. Mary Rotherhithe, Bermondsey (2), p. 4a; flagon given by, St. Mary Rotherhithe, Bermondsey (2), p. 4b.

Stocke, John, floor-slab to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 45a.

Stockwell Street:
-, Nos. 7 and 8: Greenwich (26), p. 42b.
-, Nos. 9 and 10: Greenwich (27), p. 42b.
-, Nos. 11, 12 and 13: Greenwich (28), p. 42b.

Store or Story, John, 1570, Roman Catholic martyr, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower, Stepney (8), p. 84b.

Stou[ghton], John, 1586, prisoner's inscription in Broad Arrow Tower, Stepney (8), pp. 82b, 83a.

Stoups:
-, 14th-century: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66a.
-, 15th-century: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71b.
-, Undated (Medæval): St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66b.

Stowage, House on the S. side of: Greenwich (39), p. 43a.

Strafford, Earl of, see Wentworth.

Street, Mary, wife of Robert Street, 1708–9, monument to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.

Stuart, James, rebuilding of King Charles Block of The Royal Hospital by, Greenwich (6), p. 21a; Surveyor of The Royal Hospital, 1758, Greenwich (6), p. 21b.

Summer Houses, see Garden Houses.

Sumner Street, Nos. 32 and 34: Southwark (12), p. 68a.

Sundials:
-, 17th-century: Greenwich (9), p. 33a; Greenwich (10), p. 36b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: Greenwich (3), p. 19b.

Suthes, William, 1625, master-mason of Windsor Castle, monument to: St. Mary, Lambeth (1), Addenda, p. 115.

Sutton, Baptist, name inscribed in St. Leonard (glass), Shoreditch (1), p. 57a.

Swarbutt or Schwarbrook, Thomas, organ in St. Alfege altered by: Greenwich (1), p. 14b

Sword-rest, 17th-century: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66a (Plate 15).

Symons, John, 1625, monument to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64b.

Tables, see under Furniture and also Communion Tables.

Table-tombs, see under Monuments, Funeral.

Talbot, Thomas, 1462, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b.

Tapestry: Morden College, Greenwich (10), p. 38a; Eltham Lodge (Flemish) (now in Victoria and Albert Museum), Woolwich (6), p. 111a.

Tatershall, arms of: Wellhall, Woolwich (5), p. 109.

Thames, The River, figure in Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Theodosius and the Apple, Tapestry representing story of: Woolwich (6), p. 111a.

Thomas, St., buildings dedicated to, see under Churches and Chapels; see also St. Thomas' Hospital; also St. Thomas' Tower under Tower of London.

Thompson or Thomson:
-, John, 1708, Yeoman of the Mouth to Charles II, James II and William III, and subsequently cook to Morden College, slab to: Greenwich (10), p. 38a.
-, William, 1573, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital (glass), Stepney (9), p. 97a.

Thornhill, Sir James: Painted Hall painted by, Greenwich (6), p. 26a; paintings in St. Alfege church attributed to: Greenwich (1), p. 14b.

Thorpe, John, architect, plan of the Green Court, Eltham Palace by: Woolwich (4), p. 107b.

Tilbury Fort, materials for building the Royal Observatory from: Greenwich (8), p. 30b.

Tiles:
-, Dutch: 17th-century, St. John's Institute, Hackney (2), p. 45b; Bromley Hall, Poplar (6), p. 55b.
-, Slip:
-, 13th-century: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 66b.
-, 14th-century: Stepney (8), (Byward Tower), p. 77b.

Tilt-yard Gate, Eltham Palace: Woolwich (4), p. 108 (Plate 8).

Time, figure in Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26a.

Timoy, I., 1581, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b.

Tirrell or Tyrrel:
-, Awdry, see Annesley.
-, Roger, 1622, and Mary Linnet, prisoner's inscription in Byward Tower: Stepney (8), p. 77b.
-, William, 1541, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 84b (Plate 34).

Topsfield, Henry, 1557, part of brass, with achievement of arms, to: St. Mary Bromley, Poplar (2), p. 52b.

Totton, John, Master of Trinity House, 1635, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital (glass): Stepney (9), p. 97a.

Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 74a (Plans, pp. 87, 89, and at end of book; Plates, see list of, p. viii); drawings and engravings of, p. 75b; entrances to, pp. 74b, 76a; materials for building Royal Observatory from demolished Gatehouse at, Greenwich (8), p. 30b; medallion on mace representing, St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a; residence of Keeper of the Crown Jewels, p. 78a; restored by Salvin and the War Office, p. 75b; short list of prisoners in, p. 75b.
-, See also Sectional Preface, pp. xix, xx.
-, Beauchamp Tower: p. 84a; built c. 1300, p. 75a; called also Cobham Tower, p. 84a; inscriptions, p. 84b.
-, Bell Tower: p. 79b; built by Richard I, p. 74b.
-, Bloody Tower: p. 80a; inscriptions, p. 80a; portion built by Richard II, p. 75a; portion built by Henry III, p. 74b.
-, Bowyer Tower: p. 83b; built by Henry III, p. 75a; partial rebuilding in 19th century, p. 75b.
-, Brass Mount: p. 79b; built in reign of Henry VIII, p. 75a.
-, Brick Tower: p. 83b; built probably c. 1300, p. 75a; called also Burbidge Tower, p. 83b; rebuilt in 19th century, p. 75b. See also Martin Tower.
-, Bridge: p. 76b.
-, Broad Arrow Tower: p. 82b; built c. 1300, p. 75a; inscriptions, p. 82b.
-, Burbidge Tower, see Brick Tower.
-, Byward Tower: p. 76b; built by Edward I, p. 75a; alterations by Henry VIII, p. 75a; inscriptions, p. 77b; known as Wardyng Gate, p. 76b; postern built by Richard II, p. 75a.
-, Chaplain's House: p. 84a.
-, Cobham Tower, see Beauchamp Tower.
-, Coldharbour Gate or Tower: original entrance to Tower on site of, p. 74b.
-, Constable's Tower: p. 83a; built c. 1300, p. 75a; partial rebuilding in 19th century, p. 75b.
-, Cradle Tower: p. 78b; re-built about middle of 14th century, p. 75a.
-, Curtain Walls: Beauchamp Tower to Bell Tower, p. 86a; Bell Tower to Bloody Tower, p. 80a; Bowyer Tower to Devereux Tower, p. 83b; Brass Mount to Legge's Mount, p. 79b; Broad Arrow Tower to Constable's Tower, p. 83a; Byward Tower to St. Thomas' Tower, p. 78a; Constable's Tower to Martin Tower, p. 83a; Cradle Tower to Well Tower, p. 78b; Develin Tower to Brass Mount, p. 79b; Devereux Tower to Beauchamp Tower, p. 84a; Legge's Mount to Byward Tower, p. 79b; Martin Tower to Bowyer Tower, p. 83b; St. Thomas' Tower to Cradle Tower, p. 78b; Salt Tower to Broad Arrow Tower, p. 82a; Wakefield Tower to Coldharbour Tower, p. 93b; Wakefield Tower to Salt Tower, p. 81a; Well Tower to Develin Tower, p. 79a; Well Tower to Salt Tower, p. 79a.
-, Develin Tower: p. 79a; built by Edward I, p. 75a; see also Devereux Tower.
-, Devereux Tower: p. 83b; called also Robert the Devil's Tower and Develin Tower, p. 83b; built by Henry III, p. 75a.
-, Flint Tower: p. 83b; built probably c. 1300, p. 75a; re-built in 19th century, p. 75b.
-, Galleyman Tower: built by Edward I, p. 75a.
-, Great Hall: p. 74b.
-, Great Storehouse: built by William and Mary, p. 75b; burnt down in 1842, p. 75b.
-, Hall Tower, see Wakefield Tower.
-, Horse Armoury: p. 95a; built in 17th century, p. 75b.
-, Iron Gate Tower: p. 79a; built by Edward I, p. 75a.
-, Jewel House: Wakefield Tower, p. 81a.
-, Jewel Tower, see Martin Tower.
-, Julius Cæsar's Tower, see Salt Tower.
-, King's House or Lieutenant's Lodging: p. 93b; built by Henry VIII, p. 75a; "Anne Boleyn's Room," p. 95a; "The Cowshed," p. 94b; inscriptions, pp. 94a, b, 95a; The Queen's Walk, p. 94a.
-, Lanthorn Tower: p. 81b; re-built in 19th century, p. 75b.
-, Legge's Mount: p. 79b; built by Henry VIII, p. 75a.
-, Lieutenant's Lodging, see King's House; partly in Bell Tower, p. 80a.
-, Lion Tower and Gate: p. 76a; built by Edward I, p. 75a.
-, Martin Tower: p. 83a; called also Brick Tower and Jewel Tower, p. 83a; built under Henry III, p. 75a; inscriptions, p. 83b; tympanum from Armoury, p. 93b.
-, Middle Tower: p. 76a; built by Edward I, p. 75a; refacing of, p. 75b.
-, Moat: pp. 74b, 75a, 76a.
-, Oratories: St. Thomas' Tower, p. 78b; Wakefield Tower, p. 81a.
-, Parade, The: Nos. 4 and 5, p. 95a.
-, Record Tower, see Wakefield Tower.
-, Robert the Devil's Tower, see Devereux Tower.
-, St. John's Chapel: p. 88b; inscriptions, p. 90b.
-, St. Peter ad Vincula: p. 92a; mentioned in 1210, p. 74b; re-built by Edward I, p. 75a; by Henry VIII, p. 75a.
-, St. Thomas' Tower: p. 78a; built by Henry III, p. 74b; re-built by Edward I, p. 75a; altered by Henry VIII, p. 75a; now called Traitor's Gate, p. 78a.
-, Salt Tower: p. 81b; built by Henry III, p. 75a; inscriptions, p. 81b; also called Julius Cæsar's Tower, p. 81b.
-, Tower Wharf: p. 74b.
-, Traitors' Gate, see St. Thomas' Tower.
-, Tympanum from the Armoury: p. 93b.
-, Wakefield Tower: p. 81a; built by Henry III, p. 74b; called also Record Tower and Hall Tower, p. 81a.
-, Wardrobe Tower: p. 93b; possibly built in reign of Henry II, p. 74b.
-, Wardyng Gate, see Byward Tower.
-, Well Tower: p. 79a; built by Henry III, p. 75a; inscriptions, p. 79a.
-, White Tower: p. 86a (Plans, pp. 87, 89; Sections, p. 91); built by William I, p. 74a; inscriptions, pp. 88a, 90b, 92a; repairs to, p. 75b.

Tower Bridge Road, consecration cross in, Bermondsey (6), p. 7b.

Traitors' Gate, see St. Thomas' Tower, under Tower of London.

Trehearne, John, [1618], and his wife, monument with effigies of: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 64b (Plate 116).

Trench, Thomas, 1699, and Rebekah, Elizabeth wife of John Farrington, 1725, and Thomas, his children, monument to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 45a.

Trinity, The, shield bearing the device of, St. Luke Charlton (glass), Greenwich (3), p. 19a.

Trinity Hospital:
-, Deptford: almshouses demolished, Stepney (9), p. 95b; fittings now in Trinity Hospital, Mile End Road, from; Stepney (9), pp. 96, 97b, 98a.
-, Greenwich: Greenwich (11), p. 38b (Plan, p. 39; Plates, see list of, p. vii).
-, Mile End Road: Stepney (9), p. 95b (Plan, p. 96; Plates, see list of, p. x).

Trinity House: almshouses erected by, Stepney (9), p. 95b; arms of, Trinity Hospital, Stepney (9), p. 97b (Plate 18); brass to Peter Hills, Elder Brother of, Bermondsey (2), p. 4a; monument to Sir Thomas Spert, founder of, St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Truin, Henry, and Elizabeth his daughter, 1645, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Truth, figure in ceiling of Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26a.

Tuchiner, Antony, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a.

Tumuli in Greenwich Park: Greenwich (5), p. 19b.

Turner, John, 1672, captain of H.M.S. York, monument to: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Tutchen, Anthony, Master of Trinity House, 1637, name inscribed in Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass), Stepney (9), p. 97a.

Tweedy, Captain Rogers, 1655, tablet to: St. Mary Rotherhithe, Bermondsey (2), p. 4a.

Twigden, Ben, 1709, floor-slab to: Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Typping, . . ., prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 84b.

Tyranny, figure in ceiling of Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26a.

Tyrrell, see Tirrell.

Undercroft, 16th-century: The Royal Hospital, Greenwich (6), pp. 21a, 25a (Plan, p. 26; Plate 68).

Underground Passages, at Eltham Palace: Woolwich (4), p. 107b.

Upper Clapton Road:
-, Nos. 13 to 21: Hackney (13), p. 48a.
-, No. 30: Hackney (12), p. 48a.

Upper Ground Street, Nos. 13 and 15: Southwark (17), p. 68b.

Urswyk, Christopher, 1521–2, Dean of Windsor and Rector of Hackney, altar-tomb to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44a (Plate 94); arms of, see Heraldry.

Vaga, Pierino del, copy of Raphael's picture of The Transfiguration by: Dulwich College Chapel, Camberwell (3), p. 10b.

Valencia:
-, Ishack Semah de, 1707, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.
-, Rachel, wife of Ishack Semah de Valencia, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 74a.

Valentine, Jasper, see Margaret Colfe.

Valley of dry bones, carving of Ezekiel's vision of: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 16a (Plate 50).

Vanbrugh, Sir John, architect, Surveyor of the Royal Hospital from 1716, Greenwich (6), p. 21b.

Vandermast, Jaakob, prisoner's inscription in Well Tower: Stepney (8), p. 79a.

van Lore, Jane, see Ferrers.

Veer, Robert, 1598, son of John, Earl of Oxford, brass to: St. Luke Charlton Greenwich (3), p. 18b.

Vega:
-, Binjamin, 1701, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.
-, Hannah, wife of Binjamin Vega, 1704, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73b.

Venus, figure flanking fireplace in Saloon of Charlton House representing: Greenwich (9), p. 34b.

Vicarages, etc.:
-, St. Alfege: Greenwich (15), p. 40b (Plate 18).
-, St. Mary Bromley: Poplar (21), p. 56b.
-, St. Mary the Virgin: Lewisham (6), p. 50b (Plate 1).
-, The Presbytery, Croom's Hill: Greenwich (21), p. 41b (Plates 11, 91).

Vices, figures in Painted Hall representing, Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, Tapestry from Eltham Lodge now in: Woolwich (6), p. 111a.

Victoria Park Square, Nos. 16, 17 and 18: Bethnal Green (3), p. 9a (Plates 10, 24).

Victory, figure in Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Vigorous, Joanna, see Sir Richard Brown.

Virtues, figures representing: Painted Hall, Greenwich (6), p. 26a; Trinity Hospital Chapel (Howard monument), Greenwich (11), p. 39b (Plate 89); see also Heroic Virtue.

Vitoria, Jeudit de, 1671, monument to: Burial Ground of Sephardi Jews, Stepney (7), p. 73a.

Vulcan, figure flanking fireplace in Saloon of Charlton House representing: Greenwich (9), p. 34b.

Vyner, Sir George, Bart., flagons given by: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 45a.

Waad, Waade or Wade, Sir William, Lieutenant of the Tower, mural tablet recording frustration of the Gunpowder Plot, placed in the Tower of London by, Stepney (8), p. 94b.

Wakefield Tower, see Tower of London.

Walker, James, 1712, and Dorothy his wife, 1706, monument with busts of: St. Mary Stratford Bow, Poplar (3), p. 54a (Plate 103).

Wall-monuments, see under Monuments Funeral.

Wall-paper, 18th-century: Eltham Lodge, Woolwich (6), p. 111b.

Walpole, Henry, jesuit priest, 1594, prisoner's inscriptions in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Wapping, see St. John Wapping under Churches and Chapels.

Warcupp, Anne, 1654, wife of Samuel Warcupp, Bailiff of Southwark, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.

Wardell, John, cups given by: St. Alfege, Greenwich (1), p. 14b.

Wardrobe Tower, see under Tower of London.

Wardyng Gate, see under Tower of London.

Warenne, arms of: Trinity Hospital Chapel (glass), Greenwich (11), p. 39b (Plate 53).

Warner, John, Bishop of Rochester, arms of: St. Luke Charlton (glass), Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 53).

Warwick, Edward, Earl of, imprisoned in Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Washington, Elizabeth, see Colonel William Legge.

Watton, Peter, paten and alms-dish given by: St. Alfege, Greenwich (1), p. 14b.

Waw(?), John, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b.

Weather-vanes:
-, See also Wind-dial.
-, 17th-century: Greenwich (9), p. 35b; Stepney (9), p. 96.
-, 18th-century: Greenwich (6), p. 23b; Greenwich (10), p. 36a.

Webb, John, architect, part of Greenwich Hospital designed by: Greenwich (6), p. 21a.

Well, 11th-century: White Tower, Stepney (8), p. 88a.

Well Close Square:
-, Old Court House: Stepney (24), p. 99b.
-, Nos. 35, 36 and 37: Stepney (25), p. 99b
-, Nos. 38 and 39: Stepney (26), p. 100a.

Well Street, Nos. 21, 23, 25 and 27: Stepney (23), p. 99b.

Well Tower, see under Tower of London.

Wellhall: Woolwich (5), p. 108 (Plan, p. 109; Plate 3).

Wentworth, Thomas, 1st Earl of Strafford, imprisoned in the Tower of London: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Westminster Abbey Chapter House, Wall-paintings in: Addenda, p. 114 (Plates, see list of, p. x).

Wheatley, Elizabeth, wife of Robert Wheatley, see Reynolds.

Whitaker, [Jeremiah], 1654, Rector of St. Mary Magdalene, floor-slab to: Bermondsey (1), p. 2b.

White:
-, Gilbert (?) and Alice . ., 1689, head-stone to: St. Alfege, Greenwich (1), p. 14b.
-, Thomas, A. M., Prebendary of Lichfield and rector of Stepney [1709], slab to: St. Mary Stratford Bow, Poplar (3), p. 54b.

White House: Greenwich (19), p. 41a.

White Lion Street:
-, Nos. 13, 15 and 17: Stepney (49), p. 101b.
-, No. 30: Stepney (50), p. 101b.

White Tower, see under Tower of London.

Whitechapel, parish of: in Stepney Borough, p. 69a.

Whitfield's Mount: Lewisham (16), p. 52b.

Wiam, Richard, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Wild(?), Grace, 167., and Esther, 1677, children of Richard Wild (?), monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71a.

Wilkinson:
-, Edward, 1567–8, master-cook to Queen Elizabeth, and Clare his wife, tablet to: St. Luke Charlton, Greenwich (3), p. 19a (Plate 43).
-, Richard, see William Boulter.

William I: Priory of St. Leonard Bromley founded in reign of, Poplar (2), p. 52b; White Tower, Tower of London, built by, pp. 74a, 86a.

William III: Commission to convert Greenwich Palace into Hospital for disabled seamen appointed by, Greenwich (6), p. 21a; monument to John Thompson, Yeoman of the Mouth to, Morden College Chapel, Greenwich (11), p. 38a; arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

William III and Mary II: arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; crowned cyphers of, Royal Hospital, Greenwich (6), p. 27a; figures in ceiling of Painted Hall representing, Greenwich (6), p. 26a; names in painted inscription, Painted Hall, Greenwich (6), p. 26a; building at the Tower of London under, Stepney (8), p. 75b.

William, Bishop of London, Priory of St. Leonard Bromley founded by: Poplar (2), p. 52b.

Williams:
-, Captain Joseph, and his daughter, see James Shaw.
-, Thomas, 1624 or 8, prisoner's inscription in White Tower: Stepney (8), p. 92a.

Willyngar, Thomas, goldsmith, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85a (Plate 30).

Wilson, additions to Charlton House by family of, Greenwich (9), p. 31b; arms of, p. 34b.

Wiltshaw, Elizabeth, 1709, daughter of Thomas Wiltshaw and Judith, 1713, daughter of Peter Fiot, monument to: St. Nicholas, Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 16b (Plate 16).

Winchester, arms of the See of: St. Saviour (Andrewes altar-tomb), Southwark (1), p. 64b.

Winchester House, Remains of: Southwark (4), p. 67a (Plate 8).

Wind-dial, 18th-century: The Royal Hospital, Greenwich (6), p. 23a.

Winds, The, carving on King William Block, The Royal Hospital, representing: Greenwich (6), p. 24a.

Windsor, Christopher Urswyk, Rector of Hackney and Dean of, see Urswyk.

Wisdom, figure of Pallas in ceiling of Painted Hall representing: Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Wivell, Katherine (Gunman), 1713, wife of Captain Francis Wivell, also their six children, Edward, Christopher, Francis, Edward, Katherin and James, monument to: St. Nicholas Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Wodhus, W., prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b.

Wood:
-, Captain Anthony, 1625, tablet to: St. Mary Rotherhithe, Bermondsey (2), p. 4b (Plate 43).
-, Esekhiell, Warder, inscription in Byward Tower: Stepney (8), p. 77b.
-, Stephen, prisoner's inscription in Martin Tower: Stepney (8), p. 83b.
-, Thomas, 1649, and Susann, his wife, 1650, and their children, including Thomas Wood, Bishop of Lichfield, tablet to: St. John, Hackney (1), p. 44b (Plate 95).
-, Thomas, Bishop of Lichfield, Bishop Wood's Almshouses founded by: Hackney (11), p. 48a; see also Thomas Wood above.

Woodcock, Aron, stand-paten given by: St. Mary Rotherhithe, Bermondsey (2), p. 4b.

Woolwich, Borough of: pp. 101–113; parishes in, p. 101b.

Worcester Street, Nos. 11 to 14: Stepney (29), p. 100a.

Wren, Sir Christopher, architect: appointed by Commission to convert Greenwich Palace into Hospital, Greenwich (6), p. 21a; church of St. Antholin Budge Row (destroyed) designed by, Camberwell (2), p. 10b; design for Royal Observatory attributed to, Greenwich (8), p. 30b; Morden College designed by, Greenwich (10), p. 36a.

Wright, Thomas, Priest, 1577–85, prisoner's inscription in Salt Tower: Stepney (8), p. 82a.

Wylford, Grace, see Amcottes.

Wyll. . . (?) Thomas, vicar, black-letter inscription on corbel: St. Nicholas Plumstead, Woolwich (2), p. 102b.

Wyneguarde, Anthony, view of Tower of London c. 1550 by: Stepney (8), p. 75b.

Yaxlee, Francis, agent of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1562, prisoner's inscription in Beauchamp Tower: Stepney (8), p. 85b.

Yeates, Walter, 1713, headstone to: St. John the Baptist, Eltham, Woolwich (3), p. 103a.

York, Richard, Duke of, see Richard.

York, H.M.S., monument to John Turner, 1672, captain of: St. Nicholas, Deptford, Greenwich (2), p. 17a.

Yorkshire Grey Inn: Greenwich (37), p. 43a.

Zodiac: six signs of, painting in Painted Hall representing, Greenwich (6), p. 25b; twelve houses of, painting in Painted Hall representing, Greenwich (6), p. 26b.

Zouch:
-, Abraham, 1648, and Mary his widow, wife of Richard Burdin, 1660, monument to: St. Dunstan, Stepney (1), p. 71 a. Francis, 1691–2, also four sons, four daughters, two grandchildren, Charles another son, 1702, and Mary, wife of Francis, 1718–19, floor-slab to: St. Saviour, Southwark (1), p. 65b.