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'Index', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the City of Oxford (1939), pp. 200-244. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=121710 Date accessed: 22 July 2014.


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INDEX

Aaron : figures representing, (14) Lincoln (stalls), p. 68b; (17) New College, p. 88b.

Abbesses , figures of, (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a.

Abbot , George, Archbishop of Canterbury, initials of, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Abdy :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Robert, Master of Balliol, part of Library built by, (7) Balliol, p. 20a.

Abel , see Cain.

Abingdon , Earls of, see Bertie.

Abingdon Abbey , stone from, re-used, p. xviii.

Abraham : See also Isaac, Sacrifice of; And the Angels, scene representing, (24) University (glass), p. 117a; figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Achard , arms of, see Wadham, Sir Nicholas.

Acland , Sir John, arms of, (11) Exeter, pp. 56b, 57a; Hall of Exeter College built by, (11), pp. 54b, 56b.

Acroyd , see Akroyd.

Acton , Paul, 1686–7, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Acworth :
-, Mary, 1714, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.
-, Thomas, 1709–10, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.
-, Thomas, 1710 (?), floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Adam : figures representing: (17) New College, p. 88b; represented in Crucifixion scene, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b; and Eve, scenes representing; (9) Christ Church (base of cross), p. 45b; (64) High Street, No. 90, p. 164a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (24) University (glass), p. 117a.

Adams :
-, Fitzherbert, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.
-, Samuel, 1711, floor-slab, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b; monument, (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.

Adeane , Mary, cup and cover-paten given by, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.

Adee , Catherine, alms-dish given by, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.

Aesculapius , figure representing, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Aesop's fables , carvings from, (24) University, p. 116b.

Agatha , St., figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Agathon , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Aglionby , John, house belonging to St. Edmund Hall built by, (21), p. 101b.

Agnes , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Agnus Dei : representations of: (1) Bodleian, p. 6b; (9), Christ Church (cloister vault), p. 46b; (16) Merton (brass), p. 79b; (gatehouse), p. 77a; (glass), p. 83a; (22) St. John's, p. 104b; Trinity (glass), p. 112b.

Ahab , see Elijah.

Ahasuerus , see Esther.

Ailin , Thomas, 1702, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Airay :
-, Dr. Adam, part of St. Edmund Hall built by, (21), p. 101b.
-, Ann, daughter of Christopher Airay, 1661, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, Henry, 1616, brasses, (20) Queen's, p. 98b.

Akroyd or Acroyd , John, mason, (1) Bodleian, pp. 1a, xxiv; Fellows Quadrangle built by, (16) Merton, pp. 83a, xxiv; buried in St. Mary's Church, p. xxv.

Alabaster Effigies :
-, Civil:
-,-, Men: 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 72a. 16th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 72b; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a. 17th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 72a; (22) St. John's, p. 105b; (25) Wadham, p. 121a; (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-,-, Women: 16th-century: (23) Trinity, p. 111a. 17th-century: (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Military:
-,-, 15th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 43b.
-,-, 16th-century: (23) Trinity, p. 111a.
-,-, 17th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126b.
-, Busts:
-,-, Civil: Men: 17th-century: (16) Merton, p. 80b; (17) New College, p. 88b; (22) St. John's, p. 105b.

Alban , St., buildings dedicated to, see St. Alban's Hall.

Alcock , John, Bishop of Ely, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

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

Aldhelm , St., figure representing, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.

Aldrich , Henry, S. T. P., Dean of Christ Church; architectural, designs attributed to, p. xxiv; design for All Saints Church attributed to, (27), p. 125a; design for Fellows Building ascribed to, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53b; Chapel partly designed by, (23) Trinity, p. 110a; Peckwater Quadrangle designed by, (9) Christ Church, p. 48a; 1710, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Alefeld , Godscalcus ab, 1635, monument, (36) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Alexander , arms of, see Gibson.

Alfred , King: foundation of University College ascribed traditionally to, (24), p. 114b; arms assigned to, (24) University, p. 116a; figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; statue of, replaced by one of Queen Anne, (24) University, pp. 116a, 118a.

Allen , Thomas, portrait and arms of, (glass), (18) Oriel, p. 94b.

All Saints , buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications: see also under St. Mary.

All Souls College : (6), p. 15; See also Sectional Preface, pp. xx, xxi, xxii, xxiii; architects employed at, p. xxiv; building stone used at, pp. xviii, 15a; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; arms of, after 1550 (overmantels), pp. 16b, 17a, 19b; (panels), p. 16b; (plaster vault), p. 16b; (stonework), p. 19b; Richard Chevynton master-mason at, p. xxiv; Chapel, pp. 17–19; Front or South Quadrangle, p. 16a; Hall, p. 19a; Old Library, pp. 16b, 17a; Warden's Lodging, p. 19b.

Almont , Constance (Taylour), wife of James Almont, 17.0, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Alms-boxes :
-, 16th-century: (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a.
-, 17th-century: (11) Exeter, p. 56b.

Alms-dishes , see Plate, Church.

Almshouses :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvi.
-, Dating from the 14th-century: (42) Cowley, p. 150a.
-, 16th-century: Wolsey's Hospital (now Master's Lodging), (19) Pembroke, pp. 95b, 96a.
-, Early 18th-century: (247) Stone's, p. 183b.

Alphege , St., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (17) New College, p. 88b.

Altar , (17) New College, p. 87b.

Altar-frontals , see under Embroidery.

Altar-pieces , see Reredoses.

Altham , Roger, D.D., 1714, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Ambrose , St., figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Amorrien , Daniel, 1600, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Amos , figures representing: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Anastasia , St., figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Andrew , St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College (glass), p. 88a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Andrews , Mary, see Saintloe.

Angels , representations of the various orders of, (17) New College (glass), p. 88a, b.

Anglesey , Earl of, see Annesley.

Anne , St.: figure representing: (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a; And the Virgin, figures representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 17b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a; With the Virgin and Child , (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b.

Anne , Queen: arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; portrait of, (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; statues of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a; (24) University, p. 116a.

Annesley , James, Earl of Anglesey, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Annunciation , see under Mary the Virgin, St.

Anselm , St., figures representing: (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 71b; (17) New College, p. 88b.

Anthony , St., figures representing: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b.

Apollo , carved figure of, (6) All Souls, p. 16b.

Apostles : see also under individual names; representations of, (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College (glass), p. 88a, b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113a.

Apslon or Apsylon:
-, Henry, 1677, headstone, (41) Cowley, pp. 149b–150a.
-, Richard, 1662, headstone, (41) Cowley, p. 149b.

Apuleius , carvings of scenes from, (24) University, p. 116b.

Aquarius , carving representing, (44) Iffley, p. 153b.

Archangels , see Angels and under individual names.

Architects : See Sectional Preface, p. xxiii; see also Barry, Sir Charles; Blore, Edward; Cottingham, Lewis; Gibbs, James; Griffith, James; Hawksmoor, Nicholas; Jones, Inigo; Keene, Henry; Nicholson, Otho; Pugin, Augustus; Scott, Sir Gilbert; Stone, Nicholas; Vanbrugh, Sir John; Wren, Sir Christopher; Wyatt, James; and also Aldrich, Henry, Dean of Christ Church; Clarke, Dr. George; Holdsworth, Edward.

Architecture , figure representing, (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a.

Aristarchus , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Arithmetic : bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a; figure representing, (16) Merton, p. 80b.

Arlebere , Thomas, 1666 and Thomas his son, 1665, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Arlington , Earl of, see Bennet.

Armour , 16th-century Helm, (16) Merton, pp. 79b, 80a.

Arnold :
-, Edmond, mason, employed at Wadham, p. xxv.
-, William, mason, employed at Wadham, (25), pp. xxv, 118b.

Arthur , King, figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Arthur , Prince of Wales, tapestry representing betrothal to Katherine of Aragon, (15) Magdalen, p. 75b.

Arundel :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; after 1550, (15) Magdalen, p. 73b.
-, John, Bishop of Chichester, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Arundel marbles , recesses designed for reception of, (2) Sheldonian, p. 12b.

Ascension , see under Christ.

Ashmole , Elias: arms of, (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14a; Tradescant collection given to University by, (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 13b.

Ashmolean Building , The Old, (4), p. 13b.

Ashmolean Museum : Funeral pall now in, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a; Pre-Conquest fragments in, p. xix; 14th-century slab from Godstow, (49), p. 156b.

Ashton , Philip and Jane his wife, 1697, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.

Astronomy : bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a; figures representing, (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a; (23) Trinity, p. 110b.

Athanasius , St., figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Athelstan , King, figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Atherton , George, 1701, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 45a.

Atkins or Atkyns :
-, Arms of, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51a.
-, Richard, arms of, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b; glass given to Balliol College by, (7), p. 22a, b.

Atkinson , Richard, 1574, and Annes his wife, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Atton , Robert, see Bellfounders.

Audley :
-, Edmund, Bishop of Salisbury: arms of, before 1550, see Salisbury, See of, under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; arms of, (14) Lincoln, 16th-century (glass), p. 67b; 17th-century (ceiling), p. 68a; 18th-century (woodwork), p. 67a; remains of pulpit given by, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b.
-, James, Lord Audley, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

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

Augustine , St., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b; figure ascribed to, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.

Austin Friars , see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Aylworth :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Compton under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Antony, 1619, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

Babington :
-, Francis, arms of, (14) Lincoln, p. 68a.
-, Mary, 1632, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Badcock :
-, Elizabeth, 1701, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, John, 1707, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Badger , James, 1711, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Bagley , William, see under Bellfounders.

Bagshall , John, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Bagshawe , P., 1714, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 45a.

Bailey , see Bayley.

Bainbridge , John, 1643, monument, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Baker :
-, John, 1701, floor-slab, (25) Wadham, p. 121b.
-, Thomas, 1510, brass, (6) All Souls, p. 17b.

Balliol , John, and Devorgilla his wife, Balliol College founded by, (7) p. 20a.

Balliol College : (17), pp. 20–23; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; arms of, after 1550; (7) Balliol (lectern), p. 22b; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a; civil war earthworks in neighbourhood of cricket ground of, (52), p. 161b; Holywell Manor an annexe of, (232), p. 182b; Bristol Buildings, p. 23a; Chapel, p. 22a; Fisher Buildings, p. 23a; designed by Henry Keene, p. xxiv; Front Quadrangle, p. 20a; Old Hall (now New Library), p. 20a; Old Library, p. 20b.

Bancroft , Richard, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a.

Banks , Sir John, 1644, monument, (9) Christ Church, pp. 44a.

Banners , see under Embroidery.

Barker :
-, Arms of, (17) New College, p. 86a, b.
-, Hugh, 1632, monument, (17) New College, pp. 89a.
-, Hugh, 1690, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.
-, Thomas, carpenter, panelling by, (24) University, p. 116b; reredos screen and stalls executed by, (24) University, pp. xxv, 117b.
-, William, 1632, monument, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.

Barlow , Thomas, Bishop of Lincoln, figure representing, (20) Queen's, p. 99b.

Barnabas , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Barnes :
-, Francis, daughter of John Barnes, 1679–80, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.
-, William, 1708, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Barnham , Benedict, arms of, (16) Merton, p. 84a; St. Alban's Hall built from legacy of, (16) Merton, p. 84a.

Barns :
-, 15th-century: (17) New College, p. 91b.
-, 16th-century: (264) Iffley, p. 185b.
-, 17th-century: (253) Southfield Farm, p. 184b.

Barry :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-,-, Sir Charles, additions to University College by, (24), p. 114b.

Bartholomew , St.: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (16) Merton (brass), p. 79b; (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Barton Village , (279)–(282), pp. 186–187.

Baruch , figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Basil , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

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

Bath Place , (228)–(229), p. 182b.

Bathurst , Dr. Ralph, Vice-Chancellor of University, President of Trinity and Dean of Wells: arms of, (23) Trinity, p. 110b; arms and initials of, (23) Trinity, p. 114a; alterations to Trinity College by, (23), p. 110a; re-fitting of St. Mary the Virgin by, (34), p. 133b; communion rails given by, (34), p. 137a; 1704, floor-slab, (23) Trinity, p. 111b.

Bayley , Bailey, Bailie, etc:
-, Abel, 1689, and Elizabeth his wife, 1680, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, Elizabeth (Robinson), 1668, and her husband Richard Baylie, Dean of Salisbury, 1667, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.
-, Richard, Dean of Salisbury, 1667, and Richard his son, 1674–5, monument with effigy, (22) St. John's, p. 105b.
-, Thomas, S. T. P., 1706, monument, (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.
-, Thomas, 1709, monument erected by Abraham Swayne, (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a.
-, Walter, 1592–3, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.
-, William, 1683, floor-slab, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Baynham :
-, ....., 1669, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.
-, Robert, 1669, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Beard , George, 1638, floor-slab, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Bear Inn , see under Inns.

Bear Lane , (95)–(96), p. 168b.

Beam Hall , (79), p. 166b.

Beauchamp , arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon,

" see Armorial.

" of Powyk, Richard, Lord, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

Beaufort , Henry, Bishop of Lincoln and Winchester, and Cardinal: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, (14) Lincoln, p. 68a; (20) Queen's, p. 100a; portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99b.

Beaumont Palace , remains of, re-erected at No. 320 Woodstock Road, (284), p. 187a.

Bebber , Johan von, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Becket , John, 1709, monument, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.

Beckford :
-, John, 1691–2, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, John, son of Hugh Beckford, early 18th-century floor-slab, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Martha, daughter of John Beckford, 1692, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Beckingham , arms of, before 1550, see Merton under Heraldry.

Beckington , Thomas, Bishop of Bath and Wells, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; arms of, (14) Lincoln, p. 68a; rebus of, (14) Lincoln, pp. 66a, 67a, 68a; part of Lincoln College built by, (14), pp. 64a, 67a.

Bedel Hall , part of Oriel College on site of, (18), pp. 92a, 95a.

Beef Lane , No. 11, (147), p. 174a.

Beil , Thomas, 1672, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

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

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

Bellfounders :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvii.
-, Atton, Robert: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.
-, Bagley, William: (45) Wolvercote, p. 154b.
-, Carter, Joseph: (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, Danyell, John: (43) Headington, p. 151a.
-, Darbie, Michael: (8) Brasenose, p. 26b; (43) Headington, p. 151a; (17) New College, p. 90b; (20) Queen's, p. 98a; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.
-, Dawe, William: (15) Magdalen, p. 70b.
-, Hemins, Edward: (18) Oriel, p. 93a.
-, Hodson, Christopher: (9) Christ Church (Great Tom), p. 31b; (16) Merton, p. 79b.
-, Keene, James: (29) St. Clement, p. 128b.
-, " Richard: (41) Cowley, p. 149b; (30) St. Cross, p. 130a; St. Martin Carfax, p. 133a; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142a.
-, Knight, Ellis: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (15) Magdalen, p. 70b; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; (30) St. Cross, p. 130a; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.
-, Knight, Henry: (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (17) New College, p. 90b; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.
-, Neale, Edward: (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102b.
-, Newcombe: (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.
-, Purdie, Richard: (43) Headington, p. 151a.
-, Rudhall, Abraham: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (15) Magdalen, p. 70b; (17) New College, p. 90b; (20) Queen's, p. 98a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.
-, Yare, William: (1) Bodleian, p. 10a; (43) Headington, p. 151a.

Bells :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvii.
-, 14th-century: (29) St. Clement, p. 128b.
-, c. 1400: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.
-, 15th-century: (43) Headington, p. 151a; (15) Magdalen, p. 70b.
-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b; (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, 17th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 17b; (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (1) Bodleian, p. 10a; (8) Brasenose, p. 26b; (9) Christ Church (Great Tom), p. 31b; (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; (41) Cowley, p. 149b; (43) Headington, p. 151a; (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (15) Magdalen, p. 70b; (16) Merton, p. 79b; (17) New College, p. 90b; (20) Queen's, p. 98a; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; (29) St. Clement, p. 128b; (30) St. Cross, p. 130a; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102b; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; (33) St. Martin Carfax, p. 133a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin (including "Music" bell), p. 136b; (36) St. Michael, p. 142a.
-, Early 18th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 70b; (17) New College, p. 90b; (18) Oriel, p. 93a; (20) Queen's, p. 98a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a; (45) Wolvercote, p. 154b.
-, Litany and Sanctus:
-,-, 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (44) Iffley, p. 154a.

Benedict , St., figure ascribed to, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.

Benedictine Order , see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings .

Bennet :
-, Henry, Earl of Arlington, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Simon, arms of, (24) University, pp. 116b, 117a; benefactions to University College (24), p. 114b.

Bentham , Thomas, Bishop of Lichfield, arms of, (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.

Bentley :
-, John, 1486, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.
-, John mason, (1) Bodleian, pp. Ia, xxiv; Merton, p. xxiv; buried at St. Peter in the East, p. xxv.
-, Michael, mason, (1) Bodleian, pp. 1a, xxiv; Merton, p. xxiv.

Berchet , Pierre, painting of Ascension by, (23) Trinity, pp. 110b.

Berkeley or Berkley:
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Brereton under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.
-, Ann, see Lloyd.
-, George, Earl of, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Robert, arms of, (22), St. John's, p. 108a.

Bernard , St., figure presenting, (17) New College, p. 88b; figure said to have been of, adapted to represent St. John the Baptist, (22) St. John's, p. 104a.

Bernard , Edward, 1696–7, monument, (22) St. John's, p. 105b.

Bertie :
-, James, 1st Earl of Abingdon, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Montagu, 2nd Earl of Abingdon, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.

Beseley , Robert, 1623, brass, (16) Merton, p. 79b.

Betschcter , Werny, figure representing, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113a.

Bettys , John, monogram perhaps of, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.

Bewmont , James, 1712, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Bible , see under Books.

Bievy , John, 1685, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154b.

Bigmore William, 1631, monument, (22) St. John's, p. 105b.

Billings , J., fittings removed from Cathedral by, (9) Christ Church, p. 37a.

Billingsley , Thomas, 1642 and John, 1660, headstone, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.

Bilson , Thomas, Bishop of Winchester, arms of, (17) New College, p. 85b.

Binsey : (291)–(293), pp. 187–8; (49) Godstow Abbey, p. 155b; Church of St. Margaret, (40), p. 148b; St. Margaret's Well, (40), p. 149a.

Bird , Byrd or Byrde:
-, Francis, sculptor, statue of Wolsey by, (9) Christ Church, pp. xxvi, 30b.
-, William, mason, Garden Quadrangle built by, (17) New College, pp. xxv, 84b; (2) Sheldonian, pp. xxv, 10b.

Bishop :
-, John, 1588–9, brass, (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.
-, Samuel, 1695, monument, (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Bisse see Bysse.

Blackable , Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Blackable, 1665, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Black Friars , see under Monastic and Collegiate Houses.

Black Hall , part of Hertford College on site of, (12) Hertford, p. 57b.

" " (184), p. 179a.

" Horse , see under Inns.

Blackshaw , John, sculptor, figures of Sir Nicholas Wadham and his wife by, (25) Wadham, pp. 122a.

Bladon , building stone from, p. xviii.

Blaise , St., figure of, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.

Blake , Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Blake, 1686, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Blay or Bleay :
-, Anne, 1701–2, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154b.
-, Martin, 1657, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154b.
-, Ralph, 1691, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154b.

Blencowe , Anthony, arms of, (18) Oriel, pp. 92b, 94b; portrait of, (glass), (18) Oriel, p. 94b.

Blizard , Jane, 1691, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Blore , Edward, refacing at Merton College carried out by, (16), p. 77a; Chapel of St. John's College restored by, (22), pp. 103b, 105a; plaster ceiling erected by, (25) Wadham, p. 120b; stalls remodelled by, (25) Wadham, p. 121b.

Blount :
-, Arms of, (23) Trinity, p. 111a.
-, Sir Charles, 1644, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.
-, Elizabeth, see Pope, Sir Thomas.
-, James, 1600, brass, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.

Bloxham , John, S.T.B., Warden of Merton, 1387, brass, (16) Merton, p. 79b.

Blue Boar Street , (97)–(98), p. 168b.

Bobart , Jacob, 1679–80, modern slab, also monument to, and to Mary his first wife, 1655, Ann his second wife, 1696, Ann, Cordelli, Joseph and Margaret their children, and Elizabeth their granddaughter, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Bocardo (City gaol): door from, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b; position of, (51), p. 159b.

Bodleian Library and Schools Quadrangle : (1), pp. 1–10; See also Sectional Preface, p. xx; craftsmen employed at, pp. 1a, xxiv; Apodyterium (now Chancellor's Court), p. 9a; Arts End, pp. 1a, 5a; Chancellor's Court Room, p. 9a; Convocation House, p. 9b; Divinity School, pp. 5–8; Duke Humphrey's Library, p. 8b; Picture Gallery, p. 1b; Proscholium, p. 5a; Radcliffe Camera or Library, pp. xxiv, 1b, 10a; Selden End or Wing, pp. 1b, 9a.

Bodley :
-, Sir Thomas, arms of, (1) Bodleian, p. 5a; quartered arms of, (1) Bodleian, pp. 5b, 8b; arms of, quartering Hone, (1) Bodleian, pp. 5a, 9a; bell given by, (1) Bodleian, p. 10a; funeral helm said to be from monument of, (16) Merton, p. 80a; letters of name on panels of ceiling, (1) Bodleian, p. 4b; library restored and rearranged by, (1) Bodleian, p.1a; monument, 1612–3, (16) Merton, pp. xxv, 80b; monument with bust of, (1) Bodleian, p. 5b; portrait of, (1) Bodleian, p. 4a; (glass), (18) Oriel, p. 94b.
-, William, 1697, floor-slab, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.

Boleyn , Anne, badge of, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50b.

Bolt , see Boulte.

Bolton , John, master-carpenter, screen by, (11) Exeter, p. 56b; screens at Wadham by, p. xxv.

Bond , Nicholas, S.T.D., 1607, monument, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.

Bonifazio Veronese , picture in the style of, (9) Christ Church, p. 45a.

Booden , Mary, wife of William, 1630–1, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Bookcases , see under Furniture.

Books :
-, Bible of 1639: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.
-, Book of Homilies, 1676: (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.
-, Prayer-book of 1636: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.
-, Chained: (16) Merton, p. 83a; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.

Booth , George, Lord Delamer, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Borroghes , William, lectern made by, (20) Queen's, p. 99a.

Boswell , William, Kemp Hall built by, (78), p. 166a.

Bosworth , Henry, 1633, effigies from monument of, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.

Botanic Gardens , (5), pp. xxiii, 14b.

Bouchier , William, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Boughton , John, 1734–5, floor-slab, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Boulte or Bolt :
-, Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Bolt, 1692, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, John, 1668, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, Mary, see Stevens.

Bourchier , Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury and Cardinal, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

" , knots, represented on boss, (1) Bodleian, pp. 7b, 8a.

Bourke , William, Earl of Clanricarde, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Bouverie , William, candelabra given by, (24) University, p. 117a.

Bowke , John, 1519, brass, (16) Merton, p. 79b.

Bowsfield , Thomas, part of St. Edmund Hall built by, (21), p. 101a.

Bowyer , Thomas, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Box , G....., and M......, his wife, brass, c. 1630–40, (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a.

Boyle , Richard, Earl of Cork, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Boys , Malina, 1584, brass, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.

Brackets :
-, See under Brasswork.
-, 14th-century: (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.

Brasenose College : (8), pp. xxi, xxii, xxiii, 23–9; arms of, after 1550: (8) Brasenose (ceiling), p. 25a; (chapel), p. 27b; (overmantel), p. 25a; (screen), p. 26b; (wall-painting), p. 25b; craftsmen employed at, p. xxv; house in High Street now part of Principal's Lodging, (55), p. 162b; Chapel, p. 27a; Hall, pp. 26a; Library, pp. 26b; Old Quadrangle, p. 23b.

" Hall, see Brasenose College, (8), p. 23a.

Brasses, Monumental :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvii.
-, Civil:
-,-, Men: 14th-century: (16) Merton, p. 79b. 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 17b; (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; (15) Magdalen, p. 71b; (16) Merton, p. 79b; (17) New College, p. 87b; (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a. 16th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 17b; (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; (15) Magdalen, p. 71b; (17) New College, p. 87b; (22) St. John's, p. 105a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a; (36) St. Michael (coloured), p. 142a; (38 St. Peter in the East, pp. 146b, 147a. Late 16th or early 17th-century: (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a. 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, pp. 41b, 42a; (17) New College, pp. 87b, 88a; (20) Queen's, p. 98b; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b; (37) St. Pater le Bailey, p. 143a.
-,-, Women: 15th-century: (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a. 16th-century: (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b; (36) St. Michael (coloured), p. 142a; (38) St. Peter in the East, pp. 146b, 147a. Late 16th or early 17th-century: (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a. 17th-century: (30) St. Cross, p. 130a; (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, 14th-century: (16) Merton, p. 79b.
-,-, 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 71b; (16) Merton, pp. 79b, 80a; New College, pp. 87b, 88a; (20) Queen's, p. 98b.
-,-, 16th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 17b; (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; (15) Magdalen, p. 71b; (16) Merton, p. 79b; (17) New College, p. 87b; (20) Queen's, p. 98b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.
-,-, 17th-century: (20) Queen's, p. 98b.
-, Pictorial:
-,-, 17th-century: (17) New College, pp. 88b–89a.
-, Skeletons, Shrouds, etc.:
-,-, 15th-century: (17) New College, p. 88a.
-,-, 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b.
-, Inscriptions only:
-,-, 14th-century: (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.
-,-, 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 71b; (17) New College, pp. 87b, 88a.
-,-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; (on altar-tomb), p. 44a; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b; (15) Magdalen, p. 71b; (16) Merton, p. 79b; (20) Queen's, p. 98b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a; (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a.
-,-, 17th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 17b; (9) Christ Church, p. 42a; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b; (11) Exeter, p. 56a; (15) Magdalen, p. 71b; (16) Merton, p. 79b; (17) New College, p. 88a; (20) Queen's, p. 98b; (22) St. John's, p. 105a, b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a, b.
-, Palimpsest:
-,-, Ecclesiastical: 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.
-,-, Inscriptions: 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 71b. 16th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.
-,-, Flemish, Undated: (9) Christ Church, pp. 41b, xxvii; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.
-,-, Indents: (27) All Saints, p. 126a; (6) All Souls, p. 17b; (9) Christ Church, pp. 41b, 42a, 43a, 44b; (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (16) Merton, p. 80a; (17) New College, pp. 87b, 88a; (20) Queen's, p. 98b; (33) St. Martin Carfax, p. 133a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a, b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a; (45) Wolvercote, pp. 154b–155a.

Brasswork :
-, See also Lecterns, and also under Plate, Church.
-, Brackets:
-,-, 18th-century: (24) University, p. 117a.
-, Candelabra:
-,-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126a; (12) Hertford, p. 59b; (20) Queen's, p. 98b; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a; (24) University, p. 117a.
-, Candlesticks:
-,-, 18th-century: (16) Merton (lectern), p. 80b; (24) University, p. 117a.
-, Locks:
-,-, 18th-century: (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a.
-, Sconces:
-,-, 18th-century: (20) Queen's, p. 98b.
-, Scutcheon-plates:
-,-, 17th-century: (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14b.

Brent , Nathaniel, Warden of Merton, arms of, (16) Merton, p. 78a; initials of (16), p. 83a; staircase inserted by, (16) Merton, p. 78a.

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

Brett , Henry, 1671, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Brewer Street , city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 161a; No. 2, fireplace formerly in, (9) Christ Church, p. 32b; (156)–(157), pp. 175b, 176a; No. 3, woodwork from, (19) Pembroke, p. 96b.

Brickdale , John, lectern given to Jesus College by, p. xxx.

Bridges , Mediæval: (49) Godstow Abbey, p. 156b.

Bridget, St ., figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Briggs , Henry, 17th-century floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Brigidia, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Broadgates Hall , (19) Pembroke, pp. 95b, 96a.

Broad Street , (190)–(194), pp. 179–180.

Broadwater :
-, John, 1708, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, John, 1714, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, Joseph, 1705, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154b.

Brockman impaling Clark, arms of, after 1550, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a.

Brome :
-, Adam de, 1324, altar-tomb, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b; North Chapel built by, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, pp. 133b, 135b; founder of Oriel College, (18), p. 91b; Tackley's Inn occupied by, (69), p. 164b; St. Bartholomew's Chapel Cowley attached to Oriel College by, (42), p. 150a.
-, Henry, 1667, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Bronzework :
-, Busts:
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 5b.
-,-, 18th-century: (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a.
-, Figures:
-,-, 17th-century: (22) St. John's, pp. 106b, 107a.
-, Knocker:
-,-, Late 12th or early 13th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 26b.
-, Mask:
-,-, 15th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 23b.

Brooke , Henry, early 18th-century floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Broughton , Bryan, LL.D., 1710, monument, (6) All Souls, p. 18a.

Brouncker , William, Viscount Brouncker, 1645, and Winefrid (Leigh) his wife, 1649, monument and floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, pp. 44a, 45a.

Brown or Browne:
-, Ann, wife of Thomas Browne, 1705, floor-slab, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.
-, Anne, daughter of Robert Browne, 1689, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154b.
-, Joane, 1694, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, Joseph, 1687, Ann, 1686, and Jane, wife of Joseph, 1689, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-, Richard, 169., headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, William, S.T.B., 1678, floor-slab, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.

Brüner , Bernhart, figure representing, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113a.

Buckler , Benjamin, on former length of cathedral nave, (9) Christ Church, p. 37a; drawings of doorways by, (152) St. Aldate's Street, Nos. 82 and 83, p. 174b; (160) Littlegate Street, No. 10, p. 176b; drawing of former vault at Magdalen College by, (15), p. 70a.

Budgen , John, 1714, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Budock, St ., former parish church dedicated to, p. xviii.

Buerdsell , James, 1700, monument, (8) Brasenose, p. 28b.

Building Materials , see Sectional Preface, p. xviii.

Buller , John, 1634, floor-slab, (25) Wadham, p. 121b.

Bull Inn , see under Inns.

Bulwark or Bullock Lane , city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 159a.

Burchardus, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 71b.

Burford , Oxon, bell cast at, (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102b; building stone from, pp. xviii, 118a.

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

Burgundy , Philip of, arms of, before 1550, see Royal Arms (Foreign) under Heraldry: for blazon, see Armorial.

Burnuam :
-, Benjamin, 1656, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Joan, 1654–5, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Burton :
-, Arms of, (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.
-, Robert, 1639, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.

Bury , Arthur, arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a; part of Exeter College built by, (11), p. 54b.

Bury St. Edmunds , Abbey of, part of Gloucester College built by, (26) Worcester, p. 124a.

Busby , Dr. Richard, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Bushnell , John, sculptor, monument attributed to, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.

Butler :
-, James, 1st Duke of Ormonde, figure of, (2) Sheldonian, p. 10b.
-, James, Earl of Ossory, afterwards 2nd Duke of Ormonde, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Katherine, 1681, floor-slab, (8) Brasenose, p. 28b.
-, Nathaniel, 1628, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Byrd or Byrde , see Bird.

Bysse or Bisse :
-, Arms of, (25) Wadham, p. 121a.
-, George, 1675–6, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-, William, 1510–11, brass, (16) Merton, p. 79b.

Cain slaying Abel , representation of, (35) St. Mary Magdalen (glass), p. 140b.

Caley , John, 1516, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Calmady , Josias, 1701, monument and floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

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

Campion Hall , (157), p. 176a.

Candace , Baptism of Eunuch of, see under Philip, St.

Candelabra , see Brasswork.

Candlesticks :
-, See Brasswork, Ironwork, and also Plate, Church.
-, 18th-century: (16) Merton (added to lectern), p. 80b.

Canon , Robert, (or a canon), name inscribed in glass (9) Christ Church, p. 42b.

Canterbury College , replaced by Canterbury Quadrangle, (9) Christ Church, p. 30a.

Canterbury, See of , arms of, before 1550, see under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial; arms of, after 1550: (22) St. John's, p. 106b, 107a; (2) Sheldonian, pp. 10b, 11a; impaling Kemp, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 5a; impaling Laud, (22) St. John's, pp. 104b, 106b, 107a, b, 108a.

" St. Augustine's Abbey, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Canute, King , figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Carcassonne , outer enclosure wall similar to that at Oxford, (51), p. 160b.

Carlisle Cathedral , representation of, (20) Queen's (brass), p. 98b.

Carmelites , see Whitefriars under Monastic and Collegiate Houses .

Carminow , arms of, before 1550, see Arundel, Bishop of Chichester under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Caroline , Queen of George II, statue of, (20) Queen's, p. 97b.

Carpenter , John, Bishop of Worcester, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Carter :
-, John, 1671, monument, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.
-, Joseph, see under Bellfounders.
-, Lucretia (Tipping), wife of Richard Carter, 1708, and Richard and Jane their children, monument, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b.

Cartwright , John, cartouche-of-arms of, (8) Brasenose, p. 29a.

Carved stonework, capitals, etc ., not in situ:
-, 12th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 29a; (124) Frewin Hall, p. 172a; (258) Iffley Rectory, p. 185a; (14) Lincoln, p. 66a; (292) Medley Manor Farm, p. 188a; (37) St. Peter le Bailey (beak-heads), p. 143b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-, 13th-century: (284) from Beaumont Palace, p. 187a; (8) Brasenose, p. 29a; (80) Merton College Stables, p. 167a; St. Peter in the East, p. 147b; (23) Trinity (archway), p. 114a.
-, 15th-century: (76) High Street, No. 132, p. 166a; (287) Manor Farm, Wolvercote, p. 187b.
-, Mediæval: (151) St. Aldate's Street, No. 80, p. 174b.
-, Various Dates: (262) Malt House, Iffley, p. 185b.

Cary , Antony, Viscount Falkland, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Case , John, 1599–1600, monument, (22) St. John's, p. 105b.

Castle, The , (50), pp. 156–8.

" Street : (136)–(137), p. 173a; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 161a.

Catherine , St.: former chapel of (7) Balliol, p. 20a; bell dedicated to, (15) Magdalen, p. 70b; chapel of, (36) St. Michael, p. 141a; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (7) Balliol (screen), p. 22a; (9) Christ Church, p. 38a; (glass), p. 42a; (painting), p. 45a; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin (brass), p. 137a; scenes from the Martyrdom of, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b.

Catherine of Braganza , portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 100a.

Catte Street , City Wall in neighbourhood of, (51), pp. 159b, 160a.

Caxston , Philip, 1514, brass, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a.

Ceilings :
-, See also Sectional Preface, under Plasterwork, p. xxxi.
-, Painted:
-,-, 17th-century: (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a.
-, Plaster:
-,-, 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50b; (124) Frewin Hall, p. 171b; (59) High Street, Nos. 37 and 38, p. 163a; (67) Do., No. 104, p. 164b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: (154) The Old Palace, p. 175b.
-,-, 17th-century: (8) Brasenose, pp. 25a, 27b; (156) Brewer Street, Nos. 1 and 2, p. 176a; (55) High Street, p. 162b; (63) Do., Nos. 86 and 87, p. 163b; (64) Do., No. 90, pp. 163b, 164a; (206) Holywell, No. 20, p. 181a; (258) Iffley Rectory, p. 185b; (14) Lincoln, p. 67a; (54) Mitre Hotel, p. 162a; (154) The Old Palace, p. 175b; (18) Oriel, pp. 92b, 93a, 94b; (20) Queen's, p. 100a; (152) St. Aldate's Street, Nos. 82 and 83 (Littlemore Hall), pp. 174b, 175a; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102b; (23) Trinity, p. 110b; (25) Wadham, p. 120a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (163) Greyfriars, p. 177a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 125b; (183) Judge's Lodging, p. 179a; (20) Queen's, p. 98a; (22) St. John's, p. 106b; (26) Worcester, p. 123b.
-, Plaster Vaulting:
-,-, 16th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 16b.
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 2a; (8) Brasenose (chapel), p. 23b, 27b; (22) St. John's, p. 105a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a.
-,-, 17th-century or Later: (9) Christ Church, p. 41a.
-,-, 18th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53b; (15) Magdalen, p. 75a; (20) Queen's, pp. 99a, 100b.
-, Stone:
-,-, c. 1500: (16) Merton, p. 78a.
-, Wood, Panelled:
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: (76) High Street, No. 132, p. 166a; (17) New College, p. 86a.
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, pp. 4a, 9b; (14) Lincoln, p. 68a; (18) Oriel, p. 93a.

Celey , arms perhaps of, (20) Queen's, p. 98b.

Ceres : carved figure of, (6) All Souls, p. 16b; figure representing, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Chace , Thomas, Master of Balliol and Chancellor of the University, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry, for blazon see Armorial; building at Balliol College by, (7), p. 20a; figure representing and inscription referring to, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b.

Chad, St ., buildings dedicated to, see St. Hugh under Dedications.

Chairs , see under Furniture.

Chamberlayne or Chamberleyn :
-, Arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 57b.
-, Margery, wife of William Chamberleyn, 1431, palimpsest brass of, from Greyfriars church, London, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Chapel Row , (11) Exeter, p. 57b.

Charity , bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a.

Charles I : arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; bust of, (22) St. John's, p. 108a; monument with bronze bust of, (1) Bodleian, pp. 5a–b, xxv, xxx; bronze figure of, (22) St. John's, pp. 107a, xxv; figures of, Botanic Garden, p. 15a; (20) Queen's, p. 99b; portraits of: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a; Magdalen (glass), p. 74a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99b; Wadham, (glass), p. 122b.

Charles II : arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; cyphers of: (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14a; (2) Sheldonian, pp. 10b, 11b; inscription with style and titles of, (2) Sheldonian, p. 11a; verger's staff inscribed with initials of, (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 100a; statues of: (5) Botanic garden, p. 15a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 11a.

Charles Street : city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 161b; remains of Greyfriars Priory at angle of Wood Street, (46) p. 155a.

Charyls , Walter, 1502, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Chaundler , Thomas, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; initial T. probably for, (1) Bodleian, pp. 6b, 7a.

Chedworth , John, Bishop of Lincoln, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Cheeke , Alexander, 1664, monument, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.

Cheere , Sir Henry: sculptor, work done in Oxford by, p. xxvi; statues and busts by, (6) All Souls, p. 19b; (20) Queen's, p. 98a; figure of Lord Clarendon ascribed to, (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; statue of Queen Caroline by, (20) Queen's, p. 97b; figures of Archbishop Sheldon and Duke of Ormonde ascribed to, (2) Sheldonian, p. 10b.

Cheney or Cheyney:
-, Arms of, see Sondes under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Perseda, cup given by, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Chequers Inn , see under Inns.

Chernocke , V., arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Chernook , Edouard, 1581, brass, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.

Cherubim , figures of, (17) New College (glass), p. 88a, b.

Chesildon , arms of, see Wadham, Sir Nicholas.

Chests , see Furniture.

Chevynton , Richard, master-mason, (6) All Souls, pp. 15a, xxiv.

Cheyney , see Cheney.

Chichele , Henry Archbishop of Canterbury: founder of All Souls College, (6) p. 15a; founder of St. Bernard's College, (22) St. John's, p. 103a; arms of, before 1550, (6) Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, (6) All Souls (plaster vault), p. 16b, 17a; (screen), p. 18b; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (stone), p. 16a; (wood), p. 16b.

Chillingham , William, 1659, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.

Chipps , William, mason, 1710 (?), monument, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b.

Chivers , Henry, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.

Cholmondeley or Cholmondley :
-, Arms of, (8) Brasenose (ceiling), p. 25a.
-, Hugh, Viscount, arms of, (9) Christ church, p. 31a.

Christ : see also Trinity, The; Shield with five wounds of, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b; Figures of: (38) St. Peter in the East (glass), p. 146b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a; modern figure of, (6) All Souls, p. 16a; As A Child, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; The Risen Christ, (19) Pembroke (painting), p. 96a; In Majesty, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b; (chapter-house vault), p. 46b; (15) Magdalen, p. 73a; Heads of: (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42a; (presbytery vault), p. 38a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a; (36) St. Michael (glass), p. 142b; Scenes From the Life and Passion of : symbols or instruments of, see under Passion; represented in German glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a; Nativity: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College (reredos), p. 89b; (24) University (glass), p. 117a; (25) Wadham glass), p. 121a; Adoration of the Shepherds: (10) Corpus Christi (painting), p. 53a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; Adoration of the Magi: (15); (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; Flight Into Egypt: (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; The Holy Family: (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; Presentation in the Temple: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; Disputing with the Doctors: (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b; Baptism: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; Driving out the Moneychangers: (24) University (glass), p. 117a; Marriage at Cana : (43) Headington (painting), p. 151b; In the House of Martha and Mary : (15) Magdalen, p. 73b; (24) University (glass), p. 117a; Represented in Scenes From the Life of St. Mary Magdalen : (15) Magdalen, p. 73b; Raising of Lazarus: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a; Agony in the Garden: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 120b; (26) Worcester (painting), p. 123b; Entry into Jerusalem: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 120b; The Last Supper : (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; Betrayal and Arrest: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 120b; Christ Before Caiaphas : (25) Wadham (glass), p. 120b; Pilate offering Christ or Barabbas to the people : (25) Wadham (glass), p. 120b; Pilate washing his hands: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b; Flagellation or Scourging: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 120b; Crowning with Thorns: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; Ecce Homo: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; Bearing of the Cross on Road to Calvary : (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (15) Magdalen (painting), p. 72b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 120b; Crucifixion: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 43a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a; (painting), p. 81a; (17) New College (glass), p. 88a, b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen (glass), p. 140b; (38) St. Peter in the East (glass), p. 146b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 120b; (26) Worcester (painting), p. 123b; Deposition or Descent from the Cross : (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; (8) Brasenose (painting), p. 28b; (10) Corpus Christi (altar-frontal), p. 52b; Pieta, see under Mary the Virgin, St.; Entombment: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; Resurrection: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College (reredos), p. 89b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 120b; At Emmaus: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; Ascension: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (14) Lincoln, p. 68a; (17) New College (reredos), p. 89b; (20) Queen's (painting), p. 98a; (glass), p. 98b; (23) Trinity (painting), p. 110b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a

Christ Church : (9), pp. xxi, xxii, xxiii, 29–48; arms of the College, after 1550: (9) Christ Church (bible and prayerbook), p. 41b; fireplace from Brewer Street at, (156), p. 176a; shields-of-arms from Rewley Abbey at, (9), p. 47a; (47), p. 155b; architects employed at, pp. xxiv, 29b, 30a; building stone used at, pp. xviii, 29a, 35a, b; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 161a; craftsmen employed at, pp. xxiv, xxv, 29b; necessity for refacing stonework, p. xviii; Anatomy School, pp. 30a, 35a; Canterbury Quadrangle, pp. 30a, 48a; Cathedral, pp. xix, xx, 35–46; Chapter House, pp. 29a, 46b; Cloister, pp. 29b, 46a; Deanery, p. 32b; Dorter, pp. 29b, 47a; Frater or Old Library, pp. 29b, 47b; Great Hall, pp. 29b, 33b; Great Quadrangle, pp. 29b, 30a–34b; Great Staircase, pp. 29b, 33a; Kitchen, pp. 29b, 34b; Meadow Building, p. 30a; New Library , pp. 30a, 48a; Peckwater Quadrangle, pp. 30a 48a; Tom Tower, pp. 29b, 30b–31b.

Christina, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Christopher, St ., figure representing: (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a; (38) St. Peter in the East (glass), p. 146b.

Churches and Chapels :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xviii.
-, Mediæval parishes, p. xviii.
-, Pre-conquest:
-,-, 11th-century: (36) St. Michael at the North Gate (tower only), pp. 140a, xix.
-, Post-Conquest:
-,-, Dating from the 11th century: (50) St. George's Chapel, pp. xix, 156b, 158b.
-,-, Dating from late in the 11th or early in the 12th century : (30) St. Cross, Holywell, p. 128b.
-,-, Dating from the 12th century: (40) Binsey, p. 148b; (9) Christ Church Cathedral, pp. 35–46, xix, xx; (41) Cowley, p. 149a; (43) Headington, p. 150b; (44) Iffley, pp. 151b, xix; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 127a; (31) St. Ebbe (almost entirely re-built), pp. 130a, xix; (32) St. Giles, pp. 130b, xix; St. Mildred, (voussoirs from former church of), (14), p. 66a; (38) St. Peter in the East, pp. 143b, xix; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 147b.
-,-, Dating from the 13th century: (16) Merton College Chapel, pp. xx, 76a, 78a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, pp. 133a, xx; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 138b.
-,-, Dating from the 14th century: (42) Cowley, p. 150a; (17) New College Chapel, pp. 87a, xx, xxi; (33) St. Martin Carfax (tower only), p. 133a; (45) Wolvercote (tower only), p. 154b.
-,-, Dating from the 15th century: (6) All Souls Chapel, pp. xx, xxi, 17–19; (15) Magdalen College Chapel, pp. 71a, xx, xxi; St. Mary's Hall (now part of Oriel College), (18), p. 95a.
-,-, Dating from the 16th century: Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, (12) Hertford, p. 59a, b; (10) Corpus Christi Chapel, pp. 52b, xx; (22) St. John's, pp. xxi 103a, 105a.
-,-, Dating from the 17th century: (8) Brasenose Chapel, pp. 27a, xx, xxi; (13) Jesus College Chapel, pp. xxi, 60a, b; (14) Lincoln College Chapel, pp. 67b, xxi; (18) Oriel College Chapel, pp. 92a, 93a, xxi; (21) St. Edmund Hall, pp. 102b, xxi; Trinity College Chapel, pp. 110a, xxi; (24) University College Chapel, pp. 114b, 117a; (25) Wadham, pp. xxi, 118b, 120a.
-,-, Dating from the 18th century: (27) All Saints, p. 125a; (19) Pembroke College Chapel, pp. 95b, 96a; (20) Queen's College Chapel, pp. xix, xx, 97a, 98a.
-,-, Rebuilt: (7) Balliol College Chapel, p. 22a; (11) Exeter College Chapel, pp. xxi, 56a; (12) Hertford College Chapel, p. 59b; (29) St. Clement, p. 128b; (37) St. Peter Ie Bailey, p. 143a; (45) Wolvercote (except tower), p. 154b; (26) Worcester College Chapel, p. 123b.

Church Farm , Wolvercote, (285), p. 187a.

" Lane , Headington, No. 14, (276), p. 186b.

" Street ; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 161a; Cowley, (254)–(255), p. 184; Headington, (265)–(267), p. 186a.

Cibber , Caius Gabriel, stone figures ascribed to, (23) Trinity, pp. 110b; xxvi.

Cistercian Order , see Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

City Wall and Gates ; (51), pp. 159–161; Bell-tower in place of bastion, (17) New College, p. 90a; (51), pp. 159a, 160a; City Wall, remains of, in houses, cellars, etc.: (109), (110), (111), (114), (117) Ship Street, p. 170; (123), St. Michael's Street, No. 24, p. 171b; (122), Vanbrugh House, p. 171a; Gates: East Gate: destruction of, (51), p. 159a; position of, (51), p. 160b; Littlegate: position of, (51), pp. 159a, 161a; North Gate: (36) St. Michael, p. 141a; destruction of, (51), p. 159a; position of, (51), p. 159b; Postern made by Greyfriars, (46), p. 155a; (51), p. 161b; Postern made in New Inn Hall Street, (51), p. 159b; Smythgate, (51), pp. 159a, b, 160b; South Gate: destruction of, (51), p. 159a; position of, (51), p. 161a; West Gate: destruction of, (51), p. 159a; position of, (51), p. 161b.

Civil War Earthworks , (52), p. 161b.

Claimond or Claymond , John, President of Corpus Christi, 1537, brass, (10), p. 52b; lectern given by, (10), p. 52b.

Clancarty , Earl of, see Maccarthy.

Clanricarde , Earl of, see Bourke.

Clare , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

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

Clarendon , Earl of, see Hyde.

Clarendon Building , The Old, (3), p. 12b.

Clark or Clarke :
-, Arms of, after 1550, see Brockman.
-, ......., see Rawlins, Henry.
-, Dr. George, architectural designs attributed to, p. xxiv; portrait of Queen Anne given by, (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; Library built by, (9) Christ Church, p. 48a; Warden's Lodging built by, (6) All Souls, p. 19b.
-, Joane, 1636, and Joana, 1635 and Elizabeth, 1635–6, her
-,-, daughters, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.

Clayton :
-, Anne, daughter of James Clayton, 1680, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Elizabeth (Howe), wife of James Clayton, 1681, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Clement, St .: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing: (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b.

Clement of Alexandria, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Cleophas, St ., see Mary Cleophas, St.

Clere :
-, Richard, wood-carver, (2) Sheldonian, pp. 10b, xxv.
-, William, joiner, (2) Sheldonian, pp. 10b, xxv.

Clewer Sisters , Holywell Manor occupied by, (232), p. 182b.

Clifford :
-, Lady Anne, churches of Gothic form built by, p. xxii.
-, Richard, Bishop of London, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Clocks and Clock-faces:
-, 16th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 70b.
-, 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 30b; (33) St. Martin Carfax, p. 133a; (25) Wadham, p. 120b.
-, 19th-century: (18) Oriel, p. 92b.

Cobbe , Thomas, 1516, Margery his wife, 1516, and Sir Thomas Cobbe, 15.., palimpsest brass of, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Cobham :
-, Thomas, Bishop of Worcester, Congregation House and Library built by, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 133b.
-, Thomas, 1659, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Codrington , Christopher, statue of, (6) All Souls, p. 19b.

Coffins :
-, 13th-century: (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a–b.
-, Mediæval: (49) Godstow Abbey, p. 156b.

Coffin-lids :
-, 11th-century: (9) Christ Church, pp. 35a, 42a.
-, 13th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 42a; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a–b; (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, Mediæval: (9) Christ Church, p. 42a; (49) Godstow Abbey, p. 156b.

Coffin-stools , see under Seating.

Coke , Humphrey, master-carpenter, p. xxv; roof of Great Hall probably by, (9) Christ Church, pp. 34a; employed at Corpus Christi, (10), pp. 48b.

Coker , Henry, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Cole , Arthur, S.T.B., Canon of Windsor, 1558, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Coleville , Johan de, indent of brass of, (9) Christ Church, p. 42a.

Colleges and Halls : See also Sectional Preface, p. xviii; Characteristics of Plan and Design, pp. xx–xxiv; arms of, in series: (27) All Saints, p. 125b; (6) All Souls (plaster vault), pp. 16b–17a; (1) Bodleian, pp. 1b, 2a; (10) Corpus Christi (frieze), p. 50b.
-, All Souls College: (6), pp. 15–19.
-, Balliol College: (7), pp. 20–23.
-, Bedel Hall: (18) (Oriel), pp. 92a, 95a.
-, Black Hall: (12) Hertford College, p. 57b.
-, Brasenose College: (8), pp. 23–29.
-, Brasenose Hall: (8), p. 23a.
-, Broadgates Hall: (19) (Pembroke), pp. 95b, 96a.
-, Canterbury College, now Canterbury Quadrangle of Christ Church, pp. 30a.
-, Cardinal College: now Christ Church, (9), p. 29b.
-, Christ Church: (9), pp. 29–48.
-, Corpus Christ College: (10), pp. 48–54.
-, Durham College: (23), pp. 108b.
-, Exeter College: (11), pp. 54–7.
-, Exeter Hall: (11), p. 54a.
-, Gloucester College, later Gloucester Hall: (26) Worcester, pp. 123a.
-, Grammar School: (15) (Magdalen), p. 69a.
-, Hart Hall: (12) (Hertford), p. 57b.
-, Hertford College: (12), p. 57–9.
-, Jesus College: (13), pp. 59–63.
-, King's Hall and College of Brasenose, see Brasenose College .
-, Lincoln: (14), pp. 63–8.
-, Little University or King's Hall: (8) (Brasenose), p. 23a.
-, Little St. Edmund Hall: (8) (Brasenose), p. 23b.
-, Magdalen College: (15), pp. 69–76.
-, Magdalen Hall: (12) (Hertford), pp. 59a, 69a; (14) (Magdalen College), p. 69a, b.
-, Merton College: (16), pp. 76–84.
-, New College: (17), pp. 84–91.
-, New Inn Hall: arms perhaps of, (198) Holywell, No. 35, p. 180b.
-, Oriel College: (18), pp. 91–5.
-, Pembroke College: (19), pp. 95–6.
-, Queen's College, The: (20), pp. 96–100.
-, Queen's Hall, The: (20), pp. 97a.
-, St. Alban's Hall: (16) (Merton), pp. 77a, 84a.
-, St. Bernard's College: (22), pp. 103a, b.
-, St. Edmund Hall: (21), pp. 100–103; 143b.
-, St. John's College: (22), pp. 103–108.
-, St. Mary's College: (8) Brasenose, pp. 23b, 27b; (124) Frewin Hall, pp. 171b, xxvi.
-, St. Mary's Hall: (18) (Oriel), pp. 92a, 94b–95a.
-, St. Mary and All Saints, College of: (14) Lincoln, p. 63b.
-, St. Stephen's Hall: (11) (Exeter), p. 54a.
-, Stapledon Hall: (11) (Exeter), p. 54a.
-, Tackley's Inn: (69), p. 164b.
-, Trinity College: (23), pp. 108–114.
-, University College: (24), pp. 114–118.
-, Urban Hall: (10) (Corpus Christi), pp. 48b, 54a.
-, Wadham College: (25), pp. 118–123.
-, White Hall: (13) (Jesus), p. 60a.
-, Worcester College: (26), pp. 123–125.

Collier , William, 1691 (?), monument, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b.

Collins :
-, Elizabeth, headstone, (43), Headington, p. 151b.
-, John, 1672–3 and seven children, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.
-, Mabell, wife of Richard Collins, 1680, floor-slab, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Mary, daughter of Richard Collins, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.

Colthurst , Francis, 1602, brass, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b.

Commandments , The, inscribed on reredos, (27) All Saints, p. 127a.

Communion Rails :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, 17th-century: (14) Lincoln, p. 68a; (18) Oriel, p. 93a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a; (23) Trinity, p. 111a; (25) Wadham, p. 120b.
-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126a; (20) Queen's, p. 98b.

Communion Tables :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; (25) Wadham, p. 120b.
-, 17th-century: (14) Lincoln, p. 68a; (18) Oriel, p. 93a; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102b; (23) Trinity, p. 111a; (24) University, p. 117a; (25) Wadham, p. 120b.

Compton :
-, Arms of, after 1550, (18) Oriel, p. 93a.
-, George, Earl of Northampton, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Henry, Bishop of London, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.
-, Sir William, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; figure representing, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b.
-, William, Abbot of Pershore, rebus of, (26) Worcester, p. 124b.

Congregation House : (34) St. Mary the Virgin, pp. 133b, 136a; piscina in, (34), p. 138b; statues from tower, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, pp. 135b, 138b.

Constantine , King, figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Conybeare , arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Cooke , H., paintings by, (24) University, p. 117a.

Cookes , Sir Thomas, Worcester College founded by, (26) Worcester, p. 123b.

Coombe , John, school built by, (172), p. 177b.

Coombs , William, 1694, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.

Corbet :
-, John, 1688, monument and floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, pp. 44b, 45a.
-, Richard, Bishop of Norwich, arms of, (14) Lincoln, p. 68a.

Cordell , Sir William, arms of, (22) St. John's, p. 104a.

Cork , Earl of, see Boyle.

Cornbury , Viscount, see Hyde.

Cornelius, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Cornish , William, 1679, and Henry, 1681, Catherine, 1681, Elizabeth, 1687, Anne, 1649, and William, 1689, his children, monument, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Cornmarket Street : (102)–(108), pp. 169–170; City Wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 159b.

Cornwall :
-, See Edmund, Earl of.
-, Richard, Earl of, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Corpus Christi College : (10), pp. 48–54; see also Sectional Preface , pp. xx, xxi, xxii, xxiii; craftsmen employed at, pp. 48b, xxiv, xxv; weathering of building stone at, p. xviii; Chapel, pp. 48b, 52b; Cloister Quadrangle, pp. 50a, 53b; Emily Thomas Building, p. 50a; Fellows Building, pp. 50a, 53b; designed by Henry Aldrich, p. xxiv; Front Quadrangle, pp. 48b, 50a; Gentlemen ComMoners' Building, pp. 50a, 53b–54a; Hall, pp. 48b, 50b; Kitchen Wing, pp. 48b, 54a; Library, pp. 48b, 52a; President's Lodging, pp. 50a, b, 54a; Senior Common Room , pp. 50a, 53b.

Correggio's La Notte , copy of, (20) Queen's, p. 99a.

Cottesmore , arms perhaps of, see Marmion under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Cottingham , Lewis, Magdalen College Chapel restored by, (15), p. 69b.

Cottle , William, 1714, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Court , The, Headington, (272), p. 186a.

Courtenay :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Edward, c. 1450, brass (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.
-, Peter, Bishop of Exeter, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Courthope or Courthopp, James, canon, 1557, brass, (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.

Court Place , Iffley, (259), p. 185b.

Courtrai , Battle of, represented on chest at New College, p. xxviii.

Cover-patens , see Plate, Church.

Cowderoy , John, 1714, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Cowley , (251)–(257), pp. 184–185; St. Bartholomew's Chapel, (42), p. 150a; Church of St. James, (41), p. 149a; building stone from, p. xviii.

" Manor House, (257), p. 185a.

" Road, Nos. 37 and 39, (250), p. 184a.

Cox , Mary (Davis), wife of Joseph Cox, 1675–6, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Cradocke , Thomas, 1678, monument, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.

Craftsmen : see also Sectional Preface, p. xxiv; see Akroyd, John; Arnold, Edmond; Arnold, William; Barker, Thomas; Bentley, John; Bentley, Michael; Bird or Byrde, William; Blackshaw, John; Bolton, John; Borroghes, William; Bushnell, John; Chevynton, Richard; Cibber, Caius Gabriel; Clere, Richard; Clere, William; Coke, Humphrey; Dinell, John; Elkyn, Thomas; Est, William; Frogley, Arthur; Frogley, Richard; Gibbons, Grinling; Haydock, Richard; Holt, Thomas; Jackson, John; Kempster, Christopher; Lesueur, Hubert; Lubbins, John; Mayn, Jonathan; Orchard, William; Parkes, Chrysostome; Raynold, William; Redmayne, Thomas; Roberts, Thomas; Robinson, Thomas, mason; Robinson, Thomas, smith; Schmidt, Bernard, Smith,....; Stanton, William; Vertue, William; Wood, Thomas; Wynchecombe, Richard.

Cranley , Thomas, Archbishop of Dublin, 1417, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b; for blazon of arms, see Armorial.

Craven , arms perhaps of, after 1550, (22), St. John's, p. 108a.

Credence-tables , see under Furniture.

Creed , The: inscribed on reredos, (27) All Saints, p. 127a; passages from, (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Creede , William, S.T.P., 1663, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Crewe , Nathaniel, 3rd Lord, Bishop of Durham, arms of, (27) All Saints, pp. 125b, 126a; (1) Bodleian, p. 2a; (14) Lincoln, pp. 66b, 67a, 68a; (20) Queen's, pp. 98b, 99b, 100a.

Cripps , Henry, 1658, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Crispus , St., figure representing: (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Cristoffel von G........tes , Johan, name inscribed in glass, (23) Trinity, p. 113b.

Croft , The, Headington, No. 8, (268), p. 186a.

Crolle , Edward, 1654–5, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Crompton , William, 1620, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Cromwell , Thomas, Earl of Essex, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Crooke , Thomas, 1608–9, monument (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.

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

Crosse :
-, John, 1697–8, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b; and Ann his wife, 1697, and Margaret wife of John Whitehall, her sister, 1697, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a; church plate given by, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b.
-, Joshua, 1676, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Crosses :
-, Consecration: (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a; St. Peter in the East, p. 146a.
-, Standing:
-,-, 12th-century: (9) Christ Church (base only), p. 45b.
-,-, 15th-century: (43) Headington, p. 151a.
-,-, Mediæval: (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, Unclassified: (44) Iffley, p. 154b.

Croston , Edmund, 1507, brass, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.

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

Crucifixion , see under Christ and for Annunciation with Crucifix on Lily, see Mary the Virgin, St.

Crutch :
-, John, 1643, headstone, (40) Binsey, p. 149a.
-, Mary, wife of Robert Crutch, 1694, headstone, (40) Binsey, p. 149a.
-, Thomas, 1688, floor-slab, (40) Binsey, p. 149a.

Crypts and Vaulted Cellars :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xix.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, Dating from the 11th century: (50) St. George's Chapel, pp. 158b, xix.
-,-, Dating from the 12th century: (38) St. Peter in the East, pp. 143b, xix.
-,-, Dating from the 14th century: (28) St. Aldate's church, p. 127a, b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a.
-, Secular:
-,-, 13th-century: (16) Merton, p. 77b; (54) Mitre Hotel, p. 162a, (99) p. 168b.
-,-, 14th-century: (69) High Street, Nos. 106 and 107, p. 164b; (17) New College, pp. 84b, 87a.
-,-, 15th-century: (22) St. John's, p. 106a; (148) Town Hall, p. 174a.
-,-, Mediæval but undated: (124) Frewin Hall, pp. 171b, 172a.
-,-, 17th-century: (8) Brasenose (Hall), p. 26a; (11) Exeter, pp. 56b, 57a; (14) Lincoln (Hall), p. 66b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (20) Queen's, p. 99a.

Cumnor , oak for building Wadham College from, (25), p. 118b.

Cunninggam :
-, ......., 1645, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, William, 1642, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Cups, Communion , see Plate, Church.

Curteyne , Amos, 1688, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Curzon , arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms perhaps of, see Skipton under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Cuthbert, St .: figure representing, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b; name inscribed below figure in glass, (17) New College, p. 88b; with the head of St. Oswald, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.

Cuxham , building stone from, p. xviii.

Cyprian , St., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Cyriacus, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Cyril, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Dallam , Robert, 1665, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

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

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

Dampier , John, 1694, floor-slab, (25) Wadham, p. 121b.

Danby , Earl of, see Danvers.

Daniel , figures representing: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Danrig , Elizabeth, wife of William, 1711, floor-slab, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Danvers , Henry, Earl of Danby: arms of, quartering Neville, (5) Botanic Garden, p. 15a; Botanic Garden founded by, (5), p. 14b; bust of, (5) Botanic Garden, p. 15a.

Danyell , John, see under Bellfounders.

Darbie , Michael, see under Bellfounders.

Darcy , arms of, before 1550, see Strangways and Unidentified under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Dashwood , Sir William, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.

David : figures representing: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a; Carrying Goliath's head, (23) Trinity, (glass), p. 113a; And the Lion, carving perhaps representing, (15) Magdalen, p. 74b; carving on capital, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 143b.

Davis :
-, Hugh, busts carved by, (8) Brasenose, p. 26b.
-, Mary, see Cox.

Dawe , William, see under Bellfounders.

Dawes , Sir William, Archbishop of York, arms of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b.

Day :
-, Anna, wife of Ralph Day, 1688, headstone, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.
-, William, 1665, monument (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Deane , James, church plate given by, (36) St. Michael, p. 143a.

Deanery, The , (9) Christ Church, p. 32b.

Death , figure representing, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.

Dedications of Churches and Chapels :
-, All Saints: (27), pp. 125–7; designed by Henry Aldrich, pp. 125, xxiv.
-, Christ Church: (9), pp. 35a–46a.
-, Holy Trinity, p. xix.
-, St. Aldate's: (28), pp. 127–8; Pembroke College Chapel formerly S. aisle of, (19), p. 95b; library formerly above, (28), p. 95b.
-, St. Andrew: (43) Headington, pp. 150–1.
-, St. Bartholomew: (42) Cowley, p. 150.
-, St. Budock, p. xviii.
-, St. Catherine: (7) Balliol, (destroyed Chapel), p. 20a.
-, St. Chad: see St. Hugh below.
-, St. Clement: (29), p. 128b.
-, St. Cross: (30), pp. 128–130; Thomas Holt buried in, p. xxv.
-, St. Ebbe: (31), pp. 130, xix.
-, St. Edward the Martyr, p. xix; parish church of St. Frideswide united to, p. 35a.
-, St. Frideswide: (9), pp. 29a, 35a–46a; William Orchard buried in, p. xxiv.
-, St. George: (50) Chapel of, p. 156b, 158b.
-, St. Giles: (32), pp. 130–133.
-, St. Hugh and St. Chad: (8) Brasenose Chapel, p. 27a.
-, St. James: (41) Cowley, pp. 149–150.
-, St. John the Baptist: Merton College accommodated in former church of, (16), p. 76a–b; see also St. Mary below.
-, St. Margaret: (40) Binsey, pp. 148–9.
-, St. Martin Carfax: (33), pp. 133a; fittings from, (27) All Saints, pp. 126a, 127a; hour-glass from, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.
-, St. Mary the Virgin: (34), pp. 133–138; John Akroyd buried in, p. xxv; porch designed by Nicholas Stone, pp, 133, xxiii; porch built by John Jackson, mason, p. xxv; Chantry of, (28) St. Aldate, p. 127a; Chapel now incorporated in Hertford College, (12), p. 59a, b; on site of bastion of city wall, (51), pp. 159b–160a; (44) Iffley, pp. 151–4.
-, St. Mary Oseney: (48) Oseney Abbey, p. 155b.
-, St. Mary and St. John the Baptist: (49) Godstow Abbey, p. 155b.
-, St. Mary Magdalen: (35), pp. 138–140; John Jackson buried at, p. xxv.
-, St. Michael at the North Gate: (36), pp. 140–143.
-, St. Michael at the South Gate: p. xix.
-, St. Mildred: former church of, (14), pp. 66a, xix.
-, St. Peter: (45) Wolvercote, pp. 154–5.
-, St. Peter le Bailey: (37), pp. 143.
-, St. Peter in the East: (38), pp. 143–7; John Bentley buried in, p. xxv.
-, St. Saviour: chapel of, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 127a.
-, St. Thomas the Martyr: (39), pp. 147–8.

Deering , Cholmondeley, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

De Gomme , see Gomme.

Deil , Thomas, 171., headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Delamer , Lord, see Booth.

De la Pole , see Pole under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

De la Tour , see Tour under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Delilah , see Samson.

Denmark , arms of, see Royal Arms (Foreign) under Heraldry.

Derwentwater , arms of, after 1550, (15) Magdalen, p. 73b.

Desford , John, Canon of Hereford, 1419, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

Desmaistres , Samuel, 1686, floor-slab, (18) Oriel, p. 93a.

Deuport , Alisandre de, 14th-century floor-slab, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.

Dickinson or Dickeson :
-, Elizabeth, wife of Edmund Dickinson, 1670, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.
-, Joane, wife of John Dickeson, 1645, floor-slab, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.

Dionysius, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Dixon , arms of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b.

Doble , William, 1675, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Docklington , John of, S. aisle built by and Chantry of St. Mary founded by, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 127a.

Doctors , The Four, figures of, (1) Bodleian, p. 8a.

Dog-gates :
-, Early 18th-century: (245) Port Mahon Inn, p. 183b.
-, Undated: (8) Brasenose, p. 25b; (13) Jesus, p. 63b.

D'Oilly, Doyley or D'Oyley :
-, Arms of, (137) Paviers Arms Inn, p. 173a.
-, Ann, see Wilson.
-, Robert, Oxford Castle founded by, (50), p. 156b; defences of Oxford strengthened by, (51), p. 159a.
-, Robert, the younger, Oseney Priory (later Abbey) founded by, (48), p. 155b.
-, Thomas, candelabra given by, (20) Queen's, p. 98b.

Dolben :
-, Arms of, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.
-, John, Archbishop of York, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Dominicans , see Black Friars under Monastic Buildings.

Doors :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, 13th-century: (16) Merton, p. 77b; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.
-, 14th-century: (17) New College, p. 85a.
-, 15th-century: (7) Balliol, p. 20b; (15) Magdalen, pp. 71b, 73b, 75a; (16) Merton, pp. 77a, 82b; (17) New College, p. 91b; (22) St. John's, p. 104a; St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.
-, 16th-century: (8) Brasenose, pp. 23b, 25a; (9) Christ Church, p. 30b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 54a; (60) High Street, No. 41, p. 163a; (17) New College, p. 91b; (22) St. John's, p. 105a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a; St. Mary Magdalen (from Bocardo), p. 140b.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: (16) Merton, p 80n.
-, 17th-century: (7) Balliol, p. 22a; (1) Bodleian, pp. 1b, 9a; (5) Botanic Gardens, p. 15b; (8) Brasenose, pp. 27b–28a, 29a; (9) Christ Church, p. 47a; (12) Hertford, p. 59b; (13) Jesus, p. 60b; (14) Lincoln, p. 68a; (16) Merton, p. 84a; (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14a, b; (18) Oriel, pp. 92b, 93a; (139) Pembroke Street, Nos. 13 and 14 (with panelled enclosure), p. 173b; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102a, b; (22) St. John's, pp. 105a, 107b, 108a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 10b; (23) Trinity, pp. 110b, 111a; (24) University, p. 116a; (25) Wadham, pp. 120a, b, 122a, b.
-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126a; (1) Bodleian, pp. 5a, 6a; (20) Queen's, p. 97b; (22) St. John's, p. 106a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.
-, Undated: (75) High Street, No. 130, p. 165b.
-, Serving-Hatches:
-,-, 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 73b.
-,-, 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 54a.
-,-, 17th-century: (16) Merton, p. 84a.
-, Wicket:
-,-, 14th-century: (17) New College, p. 85a.
-,-, 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 75a; (16) Merton, p. 77a; (17) New College, p. 91b; (22) St. John's, p. 104a.
-,-, 16th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 25a; (9) Christ Church, p. 30b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50a.
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 1b; (8) Brasenose, p. 23b; (124) Frewin Hall, p. 172a; (12) Hertford, p. 59b; (18) Oriel, p. 92b; (149) St. Aldate's Street, No. 7, p. 174b; (23) Trinity, p. 110b; (24) University, p. 116a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52a.

Dormer :
-, Arms of, after 1550, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a.
-, John and his wife, initials of, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113a, b.

Dorothy, St ., figure representing, (38) St. Peter in the East (glass), p. 146b.

Dotyn , Walter, 1603–4, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.

Dove, The , representation of, (23) Trinity, p. 110b.

Dove of Suffolk , arms of, (22) St. John's, p. 108a.

Dow , Henry, 1578, brass, (9) Christ Church, pp. xxvii, 41b.

Doyley or D'Oyley , see D'Oilly.

Drake :
-, Arms of, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51a; (11) Exeter, p. 56a.
-, Gilbert, 1629–30, monument, (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Drama , figure representing, (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a.

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

Dudley :
-, Arms of, after 1550, (18) Oriel, p. 93a; (24) University, pp. 116a, 117a.

Duke Humphrey's Library , see Bodleian Library.

Duncan , John, name inscribed on overmantel, (22) St. John's, p. 106a.

Dunch , Dorothy, see Wright, William.

Dunstan, St ., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a; figure ascribed to, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.

Dunwaldt , Heinrich, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Duppa , Dean Brian, cathedral re-fitted by, (9) Christ Church, p. 37a.

Durham :
-, Samuel, 1689, Alice his wife, 1708, and Anne their daughter, 1698, monument (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, See William of.

Durham, See of : arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; after 1550, (50) Castle, p. 158a.

Durham College , now Trinity College, (23), p. 108b.

Dyke , Richard, 1604 or 5, brass, (17) New College, p. 88a.

Eagle and Child , see under Inns; representation of, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.

Earle , John, Bishop of Salisbury, 1665, monument, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Earthworks :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xviii.
-, Civil War: (52), p. 161b.
-, Ditches: (293) Eastwyke Farm, p. 188b.
-, Motte and Bailey: (50) Castle, pp. 156b, 158a.

Eastwyke Farm , (293), p. 188a.

Eaton , Mary, daughter of Byrom Eaton, 1671, also Henry Eaton, 1675, floor-slab, (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.

Ebbe, St .: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figure representing, (31) St. Ebbe (glass), p. 130b.

Ebchester , William, name inscribed in glass, (23) Trinity, p. 113b.

Edgar, King , figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Edmonds :
-, Francis, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.
-, Richard, 1660, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Edmund, St ., figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Edmund of Abingdon, St .: N. chapel said to have been built by, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 143b; St. Edmund Hall said to stand on site of house of, (21), pp. 100b–101a; figure representing, (36) St. Michael (glass), p. 142b.

Edmund , 2nd Earl of Cornwall, Rewley Abbey founded by, (47), p. 155b.

Edward, St ., King and Confessor: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.

Edward the Martyr, St .: former parish church dedicated to, p. xix; parish church of St. Frideswide united to, p. 35a; figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Edward II : titular founder of Oriel College, (18), p. 92a; figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; figure probably representing, (18) Oriel, p. 93b.

Edward III : figure of, (20) Queen's, p. 99b; portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99b.

Edward IV : Arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry. Figures representing, (15) Magdalen, pp. 71a, 75b; name inscribed on boss, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b; portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99b.

Edward VI : arms of when Prince of Wales, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Edwards , Jane, daughter of Zachari, 1694, monument, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Effigies, Monumental :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, Civil:
-,-, Men: 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 72a. 16th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 72b; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a. 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 44a, b; (13) Jesus, p. 62a; (15) Magdalen, p. 72a; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; (22) St. John's, p. 105b; (25) Wadham, p. 121a; (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-,-, Women: 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 43b. 16th-century: (23) Trinity, p. 111a. 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 44a; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Ecclesiastical:
-,-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 43b.
-, Military:
-,-, 15th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 43b.
-,-, 16th-century: (23) Trinity, p. 111a.
-,-, 17th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126b.
-, Incised:
-,-, Civil: Men: 17th-century: (22) St. John's, p. 105b; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, Busts:
-,-, Civil: Men: 17th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 18a; (1) Bodleian, p. 5b; (9) Christ Church, p. 44a, b; (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 52b, 53a; (17) New College, pp. 88b, 89a; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; (22) St. John's, p. 105b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b; (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a. Early 18th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a; (17) New College, p. 89a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b. Women: 17th-century: (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.

Egerton , arms of, (8) Brasenose, p. 26a.

Eginton , Francis, see under Glass-painters.

Eglesfield :
-, Arms perhaps of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Robert de: burial of, (20) Queen's, p. 99a; device of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 100a; figure of, (20) Queen's, p. 99b; portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99b; The Queen's College founded by, (20), p. 97a.

Ela , Countess of Warwick, 1297–8, coffin-lid of, (9) Christ Church, p. 42a.

Elephant and Castle , carving representing, (1) Bodleian, p. 8b.

Elijah : figure representing, (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; Ascent of, (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (24) University, p. 117a; (25) Wadham, p. 121a; and Ahab, scene representing, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a.

Eliot or Elyot :
-, Anne, wife of Dr. Peter Elyot, 1687, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-, Peter, 1681–2, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Elisha : figure representing, (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; represented with Elijah, (24) University (glass), p. 117a.

Elizabeth, St ., figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

" , (? of Hungary), figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Elizabeth, Queen : arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; Jesus College founded by, (13), p. 59b.

Elizabeth of York , arms of, see Royal Arms of Henry VII, under Heraldry.

Elkyn , Thomas, master-mason, (1) Bodleian, pp. 1a, xxiv.

Ellwood , Phineas, 1690, monument, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.

Elsfield , building stone from, p. xviii.

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

Embroidery and Needlework :
-, Altar-frontals:
-,-, 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b.
-, Banners:
-,-, (20) Queen's, p. 97b.
-, Cushions:
-,-, 17th-century: (25) Wadham, p. 120b.
-, Hassocks:
-,-, 17th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 29a.
-, Pall, Funeral:
-,-, 16th-century: (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-, Pulpit Hangings:
-,-, 16th-century: (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b.
-,-, 17th-century: (11) Exeter, p. 56b.

Empire, The , arms of, before 1550, see Royal Arms (Foreign) under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Engers , Woltter van, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Enoch , figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Envy , figure representing, (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a.

Epimachus, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Erdeswick , Thomas, shield of arms of, impaling Stafford, (7) Balliol, p. 21a.

Est , William, mason, (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 48b, xxiv.

Esther and Ahasuerus , figures representing, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b.

Ethelbert , King, figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Ethelbert, St ., figure representing, (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b.

Etheldreda , St., figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Eton College : plan of Chapel, p. xxi; painting of, on Sir Henry Savile's monument, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Euclid , figure of, (16) Merton (monument), p. 81a.

Eulalia , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Euphemia , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Evangelists : figures representing: (1) Bodleian, pp. 6a, 8a; (14) Lincoln (stalls), p. 68b; (38) St. Peter in the East, (glass), p. 146b; see also individual names; Symbols of: (9) Christ Church (brass), p. 41b; (cloister-vault), p. 46b; (monument), p. 43b; (stalls), p. 45b; (44) Iffley, p. 153b; (15) Magdalen (brass), p. 71b.

Eve , figures representing: (64) High Street, No. 90, p. 164a; (17) New College, p. 88b; see also Adam.

Everie , John, 1619, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Ewain , Horse of, represented on misericorde, (17) New College, p. 90a.

Exeter , See of: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry, for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50b; (11) Exeter, p. 57a.

Exeter College : (11), pp. 54–7, xxi, xxiii; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a; (11), pp. 56b, 57a, b; city wall on ground now occupied by, (51), p. 159b; Armagh Building, pp. 54b, 57a; Chapel, pp. 54b, 56a; Gatehouse, p. 54b; Hall, pp. 54b, 56b; Palmers Tower, pp. 54b, 57a; Peryam's Building, pp. 54b, 57a; Prideaux Building, p. 57b; Rector's House, pp. 54b, 57b; screen from, now at Long Wittenham Church, p. xxxii.

Exeter Hall , now Exeter College, (11), p. 54a.

Exodus , scenes from: (14) Lincoln (glass) p. 68a; on font-cover, (28) St. Aldate's, pp. 128a, xxviii.

Exton , Edward, 1683, floor-slab, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.

Eynsham Abbey , stone from, re-used, p. xviii.

Ezekiel , figures representing: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

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

Fackland :
-, Ann, daughter of Henry Fackland, 1706, headstone, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.
-, Henry, Jun., headstone, c. 1700, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.

Faith , bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a.

Falkland , Viscount, see Cary.

Fame , figure representing, (16) Merton (monument), p. 81a.

Fan-light , 17th-century, (8) Brasenose, p. 26a.

Farmer :
-, Arms of, (8) Brasenose, p. 26b.
-, Thomas, 1672, monument, (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Farren , James, 1660, floor-slab, (18) Oriel, p. 93a.

Feilde , Ellin, daughter of Thomas Feilde, 1650, floor-slab, (40) Binsey, p. 149a.

Feirssen (?), Haüppertt, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Fell :
-, John, Dean of Christ Church and Bishop of Oxford, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 30b; additions and alterations to Christ Church by, (9), p. 29b; Tower built by, (9) Christ Church, pp. 29b, 31b; 1686, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b; modern statue of, (9) Christ Church, p. 32a; church plate given to Christ Church by, (9), p. 45b.
-, Samuel, Dean of Christ Church, vaulted roof of staircase built by, (9), p. 29b, 33a.

Ferrers , Lord, see Shirley.

Fettiplace :
-, Monument in Swinbrook church, signed by William Bird, p. xxv.
-, William, arms of, (20) Queen's, p. 100a.

Field , Giles, 1629, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Fiennes , Miss Celia, cited, p. xxv.

Fifield :
-, Sarah, 1691, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-, Thomas, 1662, Margaret his wife, 1689, and Walter, 1700, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Finch :
-, Heneage, Earl of Nottingham, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Leopold William, S.T.P., Warden, 1702, floor-slab, (6) All Souls, p. 18b.
-, Matthew, 1665, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.
-, William, 1695, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Fireplaces and Overmantels :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 16b; (15) Magdalen, p. 75b.
-, 16th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 19b; (9) Christ Church, pp. 32b, 33a, 46b, 47b; (285) Church Farm, Wolvercote, p. 187a; (102) Cornmarket Street, No. 3, p. 169a; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50b; (124) Frewin Hall, p. 171b; (75) High Street, No. 130, p. 165b; (15) Magdalen, p. 70a; (17) New College, pp. 85b, 91b; (19) Pembroke, p. 96b; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102a; (22) St. John's, p. 106b.
-, Mediæval: (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102a.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: (6) All Souls, pp. 16b, 19b; (156) Brewer Street, Nos. 1 and 2, p. 176a, (now at Christ Church), p. 32b; (192) Broad Street, No. 53, p. 180a; (9) Christ Church, p. 47b; (72) High Street, No. 119, p. 165a; (202) Holywell, No. 29, p. 181a; (54) Mitre Hotel, p. 162a; (17) New College, p. 85a; (125) New Inn Hall Street, No. 1, p. 172a; (188) Old Parsonage, p. 179b; (93) Oriel Street, No. 12, p. 168b; (81) Postmaster's Hall, p. 167a.
-, 17th-century: (6) All Souls, pp. 16b, 17a, 19b; (7) Balliol, p. 21a; (79) Beam Hall, pp. 166b, 167a; (184) Black Hall, p. 179a; (8) Brasenose, pp. 25a, b, 26a; (76) Chequers Inn, p. 166a; (9) Christ Church, pp. 32b, 33a, 47b; (266) Church Street, Headington, No. 16, p. 186a; (106) Cornmarket Street, No. 38, p. 170a; (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 51b, 53b; (272) The Court, Headington, p. 186a; (252) Cowley, p. 184b; (250) Cowley Road, No. 37, p. 184a; (293) Eastwyke Farm, p. 188b; (11) Exeter, pp. 56a, 57a; (55) High Street, p. 162b; (63) Do. Nos. 86 and 87, p. 163b; (64) Do. No. 90, pp. 163b, 164a; (65) Do. No. 94, p. 164a; (70) Do. No. 114, p. 165a; (198) Holywell, No. 35, p. 180b; (203) Do. No. 28, p. 181a; (204) Do. No. 25, p. 181a; (206) Do. No. 20, p. 181b; (207) Do. No. 17, p. 181b; (210) Do. No. 13, p. 181b; (224) Do. No. 67, p. 182a; (232) Holywell Manor, p. 183a; (13) Jesus, p. 62a; (78) Kemp Hall, p. 166a, b; (14) Lincoln, pp. 66a, 67a; (15) Magdalen, pp. 70b, 73a; (88) Magpie Lane, No. 2, p. 168a; (273) Manor Farm, Headington, p. 186b; (260) Manor House, Iffley, p. 185b; (16) Merton, p. 84a; (54) Mitre Hotel, p. 162a; (17) New College, p. 90b; (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14b; (18) Oriel, pp. 92b, 94b; (19) Pembroke, p. 96b; (274) The Rookery, Headington, p. 186b; (150) St. Aldate's Street, Nos. 31 and 32, p. 174b; (152) Do. Nos. 82 and 83 (Littlemore Hall), p. 175a; (153) Do. No. 84, p. 175a; (181) St. Giles Street, No. 40, p. 178b; (22) St. John's, pp. 104b, 106b, 107b, 108a; (23) Trinity, pp. 110b, 113b, 114a; (290) Trout Inn, p. 187b; (24) University, p. 116b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (7) Balliol, p. 22b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51b; (212) Holywell, No. 10, p. 181b; (14) Lincoln, p. 67a; (25) Wadham, p. 120a.
-, Early 18th-century: (6) All Souls, pp. 16b, 19b; (8) Brasenose, p. 26a; (157) Campion Hall, p. 176a; (11) Exeter, p. 56a; (124) Frewin Hall, p. 171b; (163) Greyfriars, pp. 176b, 177a; (63) High Street, Nos. 86 and 87, p. 163b; (161) Holy Trinity Vicarage, p. 176b; (198) Holywell, No. 35, p. 180b; (199) Do., No. 32, p. 180b; (201) Do. No. 30, p. 180b; (206) Do. No. 20, p. 181b; (208) Do. No. 16, p. 181b; (218) Do. No. 3, p. 182a; (219) Do. No. 2, p. 182a; (223) Do. No. 68, p. 182a; (226) Do. No. 62, p. 182b; (163) Judge's Lodging, pp. 178b, 179a; (196) King's Arms, p. 180b; (88) Magpie Lane, No. 2, p. 168a; (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; (187) Pheasant Inn, p. 179b; (245) Port Mahon Inn, p. 183b; (20) Queen's, p. 97b; (177) St. Giles Street, Nos. 50 and 51, p. 178a; (22) St. John's, pp. 104b, 106a; (122) Vanbrugh House, p. 171a; (25) Wadham, pp. 120a, 122b; (195) Wadham Cottage, p. 180a.
-, Undated: (104) Cornmarket Street, Nos. 26 and 27, p. 169b.
-, Made up with modern work: (6) All Souls, p. 16b.

Fisher or Fyscher :
-, Alexander, arms of, (16) Merton, p. 83b; 1671, monument, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Isabel 1464, palimpsest brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Fisher Row , (165)–(168), p. 177a.

Fitzalleyn , John, 1452, brass, (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.

Fitzherbert , arms of, impaling Giffard, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 5a.

Fitzherbert of Begbroke , arms of, impaling Mounteney, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 4b.

Fitzjames , Richard, Vice-Chancellor of University, Warden of Merton and Bishop of London; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; alterations and additions to Merton College by, (16), p. 76b; monogram probably for, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b; stone panel inserted in Gatehouse by, (16) Merton, p. 77a.

Flagons , see Plate, Church.

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

Fleming or Flemyng :
-, Arms of, (14) Lincoln (17th-century), pp. 67b, 68a.
-, Richard, Bishop of Lincoln, Lincoln College founded by, (14), p. 63b.
-, Thomas, 1472, brass, (17) New College, p. 88a.

Fletcher :
-, Arms of, after 1550, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a.
-, George, 1676–7, floor-slab, (25) Wadham, p. 121b.

Flexney , Ralph, 1578, and Catherine his wife, 1567, brass, (36) St. Michael, p. 142a.

Fogg , Daniel, 1702, Anne his widow, 1723, and Daniel, William, John, Mary and Thomas their children, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Fonts :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, 12th-century: (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (38) St. Peter in the East (fragment only), p. 147b; (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Late 12th or early 13th-century: (41) Cowley, p. 149b.
-, 13th-century: (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.
-, 14th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126a; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.
-, 15th-century: (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.
-, Font-cover:
-,-, 17th-century: (28) St. Aldate, p. 128a.

Forest , John, Dean of Bath and Wells, part of Lincoln College built by, (14), p. 63b.

Fortitude : bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a; figure representing, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b.

Foulkes , John, early 18th-century floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Foundation Stones : (8) Brasenose (modern copy), p. 25b; Wolsey's College at Ipswich, (9) Christ Church, p. 46b; (15) Magdalen, p. 69a.

Fountain , 17th-century: (9) Christ Church (fountain or basin), pp. 29b, 31b.

Fox , Richard, Bishop of Winchester: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550: (50) Castle, p. 158a; (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 50b, 51a, b, 52a, 53b; (15) Magdalen, p. 73b; as Bishop of Durham, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50b; impaling Oldham, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50b; Corpus Christi College founded by, (10), p. 48b; portrait of, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52a; modern statue of, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52a.

Fox carrying off goose , represented on boss, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.

Fox Inn , see under Inns.

Franciscans , see Greyfriars, under Monastic Buildings.

Frank , arms of, after 1550, (18) Oriel, p. 93a.

Franklin :
-, Eliza, third wife of Thomas Franklin, 1622, brass, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.
-, John, 1701, floor-slab, (43) Headington, p. 151b.

Freind , John, 1672–3, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

French , John, 1668, monument, (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Frewen or Frewin :
-, Accepted, lectern given to Magdalen College by, (15), p. 72a.
-, Dr. Richard, tenant of Frewin Hall, (124), p. 171b.

Frewin Hall , (124), p. 171b.

Frideswide , St.: cathedral dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing: (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42a; (9) Christ Church (Cloister vault), p. 46b; figures perhaps representing: (9) Christ Church (chapter-house vault), p. 46b; (presbytery vault), p. 38a; (N. Transept), p. 40a; figure wrongly ascribed to, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b; monastery of, later Augustinian Priory and Cathedral of Christ Church, (9), pp. 29, 35–48; shrine of, (9) Christ Church, p. 43a; translation of body of, (9) Christ Church, pp. 35b, 43a.

Fritzen , German, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Frogley :
-, Arthur, master-carpenter, work done in Oxford by, p. xxv; (8) Brasenose, pp. 25b, 26b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51a; (14) Lincoln, p. 66a; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102b; (2) Sheldonian, p. 10b.
-, Richard, master-carpenter, (4) Old Ashmolean Building, pp. 13b, xxv.

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

Fry or Frye :
-, John, 1507, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.
-, Peter, 1579, brass, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b.
-, Roger, 1681, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.
-, Stephen, 1709–10, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Fryth , William, 1420, brass, (17) New College, p. 88a.

Fullagar , James, 1714, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Fulke :
-, Floor-slab to members of family of, 1673–7, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-, John, 1704, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Funnell , James, 1701, monument and floor-slab, (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.

Furniture :
-, See also Seating.
-, Bookcases:
-,-, 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52a; (16) Merton, p. 83a.
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, pp. 5b, 9a, b; (13) Jesus, p. 63b; Merton, p. 83a; (20) Queen's, p. 100a; (23) Trinity, p. 113a.
-,-, Modern but incorporating 15th-century panels: (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b.
-, Chairs:
-,-, 17th-century: (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a; (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12b.
-,-, Modern but incorporating old material: (27) All Saints, p. 126a.
-, Chests:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvii.
-,-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: (16) Merton, pp. 83b, xxviii; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a.
-,-, 14th-century: Magdalen, p. 73a; New College, p. xxviii.
-,-, 15th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 25a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a.
-,-, 17th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 17b; (8) Brasenose, p. 27b; (11) Exeter, p. 56a; (43) Headington, p. 151a; (15) Magdalen, p. 71b; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; (29) St. Clement, p. 128b; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; (incorporating modern work) (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b; (23) Trinity, pp. 110b111a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.
-, Credence-tables:
-,-, Incorporating 17th-century material: (32) St. Giles, p. 133a.
-, Cupboards:
-,-, 17th-century: (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14b; (20) Queen's, p. 100a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (16) Merton, p. 80a.
-, Tables: See also Communion Tables.
-,-, c. 1600: (6) All Souls, p. 19a.
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 9b; 38) St. Peter in the East (formerly sounding-board), p. 147b.

Furnival , Elizabeth (Mountfort) wife first of Thomas, 2nd Lord Montague, and second of Thomas, Lord Furnival, 1354, effigy of, (9) Christ Church, p. 43b.

Fyscher , see Fisher.

Gabriel , St.: See also Annunciation under Mary the Virgin, St .; figures representing: (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a; (17) New College, pp. 85a, 86b.

Gage , Sir Henry, 1644–5, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.

Galleries :
-, 17th-century (1) Bodleian, p. 9b; (2) Sheldonian, p. 11b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b; (13) Jesus, p. 63b.
-, Incorporating old material: (18) Oriel, p. 93a.

Gaol , The City, see Bocardo.

Gardiner :
-, Richard, S.T.D., 1670, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.
-, Stephen, Bishop of Winchester, arms of: before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Garland , Mary, wife of John Garland, 1670, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Gartside , M. . . . . ., 1710, Charles Prince, 1719 and Katherine his wife, 1711, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Gascoigne , Thomas, 1457, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b; for blazon of arms see Armorial.

Gate House , (172), p. 177b.

Gatehouses and Gateways :
-, See also Sectional Preface, pp. xxii, xxiii; use of fan-vaulting in, p. xxiii.
-, 14th-century: (17) New College, p. 85a.
-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 16a; (103) Golden Cross Hotel, p. 169b; (14) Lincoln, pp. 63b, 64a, b; (16) Merton, p. 77a; (22) St. John's, p. 104a; (26) Worcester, p. 124a.
-, Late 15th or early 16th-century: (16) Merton, p. 77b.
-, 16th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 23b; (9) Christ Church, pp. 30b–31b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50a; (124) Frewin Hall, p. 172a; (13) Jesus, p. 60a.
-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 1b; (5) Botanic Garden, pp. 14b, 15b; (18) Oriel, p. 92a; (19) Pembroke (remodelled in 19th century), p. 95b; (24) University, p. 116a; (25) Wadham, p. 118b.
-, Early 18th-century: (11) Exeter, p. 54b; (183) Judge's Lodging, p. 178b; (20) Queen's, p. 97a; (247) Stone's Almshouses, p. 184a; (23) Trinity, p. 114a; (24) University, p. 118a.

Gates , City, see City Wall and Gates.

Geoffrey Plantagenet , Bishop-elect of Lincoln, 18th-century arms of, (13) Lincoln, p. 67a.

Geometry : bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a; figures representing: (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a; (23) Trinity, p. 110b.

George , St.: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; arms of, after 1550, (5) Botanic Gardens, p. 15a; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications and also St. George's Tower; figures representing: (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113a.

George I , contribution to cost of restoring Great Hall, (9) Christ Church, p. 30a.

George of Denmark , Prince, arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

George Street Mews , No. 10, (175), p. 177b.

Gerard :
-, Alexander, 1601, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.
-, Charles, Earl of Macclesfield, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Germanus , St., figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Gibbons , Grinling, carving at Trinity probably by, p. xxv.

Gibbs , James, architect of Radcliffe Library, (1) Bodleian, pp. ib, xxiv; screen ascribed to, (22) St. John's, pp. 106a, xxxiii.

Gibson , arms of, impaling Alexander, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b.

Giffard or Giffarde :
-, Arms of, see Fitzherbert.
-, Sir John, site given to Gloucester College by, (26), p. 123a.

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

Glass :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxviii.
-, Figure-subjects:
-,-, 13th-century: (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-,-, c. 1300: (16) Merton, p. 80a.
-,-, 14th-century: (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (1) Bodleian, p. 2a; (9) Christ Church, p. 42a, b; (17) New College, p. 88a, b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b; (23) Trinity, p. 113b.
-,-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 17b; (7) Balliol, p. 22a; (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (1) Bodleian, p. 4b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b; (23) Trinity, pp. 112b, 113b.
-,-, 16th-century: (7) Balliol, p. 22a, b; (1) Bodleian, p. 2b; (9) Christ Church, pp. 42b, 43a; (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (20) Queen's, pp. 98b, 99a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b; (23) Trinity, p. 113a.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.
-,-, 17th-century: (7) Balliol, p. 22a, b; (1) Bodleian, p. 2b; (8) Brasenose, p. 26b; (9) Christ Church, p. 42b; (14) Lincoln, p. 68a, b; (15) Magdalen, pp. 71b, 72a, 74a (portraits); (18) Oriel (portraits), p. 94b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b; (24) University, p. 117a; (25) Wadham, pp. 120b, 121a, 122b (portraits), 123a (portraits).
-,-, c. 1700: (16) Merton, p. 80b; (20) Queen's (portraits), p. 99b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (17) New College, p. 88a; (20) Queen's, pp. 98b; (portraits), pp. 99b, 100a.
-, Heraldic:
-,-, c. 1300: (16) Merton, p. 80a.
-,-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 42a, b; (16) Merton, pp. 80a, b, 83a, b; (17) New College, p. 86a.
-,-, 15th-century: (7) Balliol, p. 21a; (1) Bodleian, p. 5a; (16) Merton, p. 80a; (23) Trinity, p. 112b; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.
-,-, c. 1500: (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.
-,-, 16th-century: (7) Balliol, pp. 20b, 22a, b; (1) Bodleian, pp. 2a, 4b, 5a, 10a; (8) Brasenose, p. 26b; (9) Christ Church, pp. 34a-b, 42b; (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 50b, 52b; (11) Exeter, p. 57b; (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (14) Lincoln, p. 67b; (15) Magdalen, p. 74a; (16) Merton, p. 83a, b; (17) New College, pp. 86a, 91b; (20) Queen's (glass), pp. 98b, 99a; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (22) St. John's, p. 108a; (23) Trinity, p. 113b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 43a.
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, pp. 2a, 5a; (9) Christ Church, pp. 42b, 43a; (14) Lincoln, pp. 67b, 68a, b; (18) Oriel, pp. 94a, b; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (22) St. John's, p. 108a; (23) Trinity, p. 112b; (24) University, p. 117a; (25) Wadham, pp. 122b, 123a.
-,-, c. 1700: (1) Bodleian, p. 5a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126a; (7) Balliol, p. 21a; (20) Queen's, p. 98b, 100a.
-, Miscellaneous (Grisaille, foliage, roundels, etc.):
-,-, c. 1300: (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-,-, 15th-century: (7) Balliol, p. 20b; (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (1) Bodleian, p. 4b, 5a, 10a; (16) Merton, p. 83a; (17) New College, p. 86a; (23) Trinity, pp. 113b.
-,-, 16th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 17a; (1) Bodleian, pp. 2b, 10a; (9) Christ Church, p. 43a; (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (16) Merton, p. 80b.
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 2b, 5a, 10a; (8) Brasenose, p. 26b; (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (17) New College, p. 91b; (23) Trinity, p. 113a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 17a; (1) Bodleian, p. 4b.
-, Foreign:
-,-, Figure-subjects: 16th-century: (1) Bodleian, pp. 2a, b, 4b, (Flemish); 10a (Flemish or German); (16) Merton, p. 83a (German); (23) Trinity, p. 113a (Swiss); (25) Wadham, p. 121a (Flemish). 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, pp. 2a, b, 4b, (Flemish), 10a (Flemish or German); (14) Lincoln, p. 68a (probably Flemish).
-,-, Miscellaneous: 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 73a. 16th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 2a; (9) Christ Church, p. 43a; (15) Magdalen, p. 73a. 17th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 17a; (9) Christ Church, p. 43a; (15) Magdalen, p. 73a.
-, Fragments:
-,-, 14th-century: (43) Headington, p. 151b; (16) Merton, p. 80a, 83a-b.
-,-, 15th-century: (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (16) Merton, pp. 80b, 83a, b; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.
-,-, 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b; (15) Magdalen, p. 72b; (16) Merton, pp. 80b, 83a, b; (18) Oriel, p. 93a-b; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.
-,-, Mediæval: (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-,-, 17th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.

Glass Painters :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxix.
-, Eginton, Francis: (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.
-, Glazier, Thomas: (17) New College, p. 88a.
-, Greenbury, Richard: (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.
-, Gyles, Henry: (24) University, p. 117a.
-, Jarvis, Thomas: (17) New College, p. 88b.
-, Oliver, John: glass made for Cathedral by, p. xxix.
-, Pearson, James: glass made for Christ Church by, now at Brasenose, p. xxix.
-, Peckett, William: (17) New College, pp. 84b, 88a.
-, Price, Joshua: (20) Queen's, pp. 98b, 99a.
-, Price, William, sen.: part of former E. window by, (9) Christ Church, p. 42b; (16) Merton, p. 80b; (20) Queen's, pp. xxix, 99b, 100a.
-, Price, William, Junior: (17) New College, pp. 84b, xxix.
-, Rudland, Robert: (25) Wadham, p. 121a.
-, van Linge, Abraham: (7) Balliol, p. 22a; (9) Christ Church, p. 42b; (20) Queen's, pp. 98b, 99a; (24) University, p. 117a.
-, van Linge, Bernard: (9) Christ Church, p. 42b; (14) Lincoln, p. 68b; (25) Wadham, pp. 120b, 121a.

Glastonbury Abbey : arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; relation of design to that of Cathedral, p. xix.

Glazier , Thomas, see under Glass Painters.

Gloucester Abbey , cell of, incorporated in Gloucester College, (26), p. 123a.

" College , later Gloucester Hall, (26) Worcester, p. 123a.

Glover , John, 1578, brass, (22) St. John's, p. 105a.

Goberd , William, Archdeacon of Salop, 1515, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

God the Father : see also Trinity, The; figures of: (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 43a, (cloister-vault), p. 46b.

Godfrey :
-, Mary, wife of George (?) Godfrey, 1691, also George their son, 1691, table-tomb, (43) Headington, p. 151b.
-, Thomas (?), 1706–7, table-tomb, (43) Headington, p. 151b.

Godolphin , Sidney, 1st Earl of, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.

Godstow Abbey , see Benedictine Nuns under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings .

Godstow Road , No. 5, (288), p. 187b.

Godwin or Godwyn :
-, Francis, Bishop of Llandaff, arms of, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a.
-, Thomas, Dean of Wells, arms of, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.

Golden Cross , see under Inns.

Goldwell , Nicholas, 1523, brass of, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Goliath , figure perhaps of, (15) Magdalen, p. 74b; see also under David.

Gomme , Sir Bernard de, plan of Civil War Earthworks by, (52), p. 161b.

Gomorrah , see Sodom.

Goodwin :
-, Anne, see Prideaux.
-, William, S.T.D., Dean, 1620, bust of, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.

Gori , Lamberto, copy of Raphael's painting of St. John the Baptist, by, (22) St. John's, p. 106a.

Gothic Forms , survival of, in Oxford, p. xxii.

Graham , Richard, Viscount Preston, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31b.

Grammar : bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a; figure representing, (16) Merton, p. 80b.

" School , see Magdalen Hall.

Grandison , Viscount, see Villiers.

Gray , see Grey.

Great Tom , (9) Christ Church, p. 31b.

Greenbury , Richard, see under Glass-painters.

Greenway , Benjamin, 1711, floor-slab, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.

Greenwood , Charles: arms of, (24) University (glass), p. 117a; benefactions to University College, (24) p. 114b.

Gregory , St.: figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.

Gregory of Nyssa , figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Gregory :
-, David, 1708, monument with bust, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.
-, John, 1695, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Grey of Ruthin , see Yelverton.

Grey :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Thomas, Earl of Stamford, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, William, Bishop of Ely, arms of: before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; (7) Balliol (corbels), p. 20b; building at Balliol College by, (7), p. 20a.
-, William, 1605–6, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Greyfriars , see Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

" , (formerly Paradise House), (163), p. 176b.

Greystock , Ralph, Lord, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Griffith , James, alterations to University College by, (24), p. 114b.

Grindal , Edmund, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of, (20) Queen's, p. 100a.

Groome :
-, Edward, 1686, headstone, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.
-, Susanna, daughter of Edward Groome, 1672–3, headstone, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.

Grove House , (87), p. 167b.

Guillym , Benjamin, 1662, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Guise , William, 1683, and Mary his daughter, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.

Gurden , Jeanery, wife of. . . . . . Gurden, 1589, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.

Gurney , Thomas, 1661, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.

Guy , George, 1652, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Gyles , Henry, see under Glass-painters.

Habakkuk , figures representing: (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Hagenns , Anna, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Haggai , figure representing, (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Hakeborne , Richard de, Rector of Wolford, c. 1311, brass, (16) Merton, p. 79b.

Hakewill , George, chapel built by, (11) Exeter, p. 54b.

Halifax , Earl of, see Savile.

Hall :
-, . . ., 1711, floor-slab, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Henry, 1707, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.
-, John, Bishop of Bristol, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b; tablet recording benefactions of, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b.
-, Joseph, 1713, floor-slab, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Richard, 1696, and Richard his father, 1696, floor-slab, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.

Hallam , Robert, Bishop of Salisbury, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Halls, College :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xx, xxi.
-, 13th-century: (16) Merton, pp. 76a, 77a, b.
-, 14th-century: (17) New College, pp. 84a, 86b; (69) Tackley's Inn (now Nos. 106 and 107 High Street), pp. 164b, 165a.
-, 15th-century: (7) Balliol (now Library), p. 20a; (14) Lincoln, pp. 63b, 66b, xxi; (15) Magdalen, pp. 69a, 73a; St. Mary's Hall (now part of Oriel College), (18), p. 95a; (23) Trinity (largely re-built in 17th century), p. 113a.
-, c. 1500: (22) St. John's, pp. 103a, 105b.
-, 16th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 26a; (9) Christ Church, pp. 33b, xxi; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50b; (12) Hertford (formerly Hart Hall), p. 59a.
-, 17th-century: (11) Exeter, pp. 54b, 56b; (13) Jesus, pp. 60a. 62b; (18) Oriel, pp. 92a, 94a; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102a; (23) Trinity, pp. 108b, 110a, 113a; (24) University, pp. 114b, 117b; (25) Wadham, p. 121b.
-, 18th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 19a; (20) Queen's, p. 99a, (26) Worcester, p. 123b.

Halswell , Nicholas, initials perhaps of, (1) Bodleian, p. 7a.

Halton :
-, Arms of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b.
-, Timothy, Vice-chancellor, arms of, (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14a; Queen's College Library built by, (20), p. 97a.

Hamsterley , Ralph, 1518, brass, (20) Queen's, p. 98b.

Hangar , George, arms of, (22) St. John's, p. 108a.

Hannes , Richard, Nos. 13 and 14 Pembroke Street built by, (139), p. 173a.

Hardinge , Joyce (Stapleton), wife of Thomas Hardinge, 1650, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.

Hargreve , Geoffrey, 1447, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

Harley :
-, John, Bishop of Hereford, arms of, (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.
-, Robert, Earl of Oxford, statue of Queen Anne erected by, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Harman , John, see Veysey, under Heraldry.

Harmar , John, 1613, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Harris :
-, Alice (Wright), wife of Charles Harris, 1693, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, Ann, widow of Alderman John Harris, 1685, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, Charles, monument of, c. 1700, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, Charles, 17. ., floor-slab, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, John, Alderman, 1674, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, Rayener, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.
-, Thomas, 1614, monument, (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Harrison , J. P., excavations reported on, by, (9) Christ Church, p. 35a.

Hart Hall , now Hertford College, (12), p. 57 b.

Harte , Robert, 1571–2, brass, (22) St. John's, p. 105a.

Hasard , William, 1509, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Hassocks , 17th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 29a.

Hatfield , Thomas, Bishop of Durham, arms of, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Hatred , figure representing, (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a.

Hautryve , William, 1441, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

Hawkins , arms of, (18) Oriel, p. 92b.

Hawsksmoor , Nicholas: work in Oxford, p. xxiv; use of Gothic tradition by, p. xxiii; part of All Souls College designed by, (6), p. 15b; Old Clarendon Building designed by,. (3), p. 13a; design for gateway at the Queen's College, (20), p. 97a.

Haukesworth , William, 1349, brass, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.

Haydock , Richard, monument designed by, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Headington : (265)–(284), pp. 186–187; St. Andrew's Church, (43), p. 150b.

" Hill , siege-works formerly on, (52), p. 161b.

" Quarries , building stone from, pp. xviii, 15a, 133b.

Hearne , . . . . ., 1658, headstone, (40) Binsey, p. 149a.

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

Hele :
-, Ann, wife of Nicholas, 1664, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.
-, Peter, c. 1700, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.

Helena , St., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 71b.

Hell Passage , city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), pp. 159a, 160a.

Helms , see Armour.

Hemins , Edward, see under Bellfounders.

Henrietta Maria , Queen: figure of, (20) Queen's, p. 99b; bronze figure of, (22) St. John's, pp. xxv, 106b; portraits of: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 74a; (18) Oriel (glass), p. 94b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 122b.

Henry I : Charter granted by, (9) Christ Church, p. 35a; hospital for lepers founded by, (42) Cowley, p. 150a.

Henry II : scene representing penance of, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 4b; scene erroneously described as William of Scotland paying homage to, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 4b.

Henry IV , portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 100a.

Henry V : figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99b.

Henry VI : arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; cofounder of All Souls College, (6), p. 15a; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (stone), p. 16a; (wood), p. 16b; scene representing marriage to Margaret of Anjou, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 4b.

Henry VII : arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; funeral pall given by, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Henry VIII : arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; College refounded by, (9) Christ Church, p. 29b; half-figure of, (15) Magdalen, p. 73 b; Episcopal see transferred to Christ Church by, (9), p. 29b.

Henshaw , Benjamin, arms of, (22) St. John's, p. 104b.

Heraldry :
-, Arms, Shields-of-(before 1550; for blazons see Armorial, p. 189):
-,-, Abdy: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21a, b.
-,-, Alcock, Bishop of Ely: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, All Souls College: (stonework), p. 17b; see also Chichele below.
-,-, Arundel, Bishop of Chichester: (Arundel quartering Carminow) (1) Bodleian, p. 7b.
-,-, Arundel quartering Maltravers: (15) Magdalen, pp. 73b–74a.
-,-, Audley: impaling Holland, (1) Bodleian, p. 7a; see also Salisbury, see of, below.
-,-, Aylworth: see Compton below.
-,-, Balliol College: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b, 22a; (stonework), p. 23a.
-,-, Barry: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Basset: see Unidentified below.
-,-, Beauchamp: (16) Merton, p. 83a; (17) New College (misericorde), p. 89b.
-,-, Beauchamp of Powyk: (1) Bodleian, pp. 6b, 7b.
-,-, Beauchamp: quartering Newburgh, (7) Balliol (glass), pp. 20b, 21b.
-,-, Beaufort: (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; see also Winchester, See of, below.
-,-, Beckingham: see Merton, below.
-,-, Beckington, Bishop of Bath and Wells: (1) Bodleian, p. 7a, b; (14) Lincoln, p. 67a.
-,-, Bek: see Willoughby below.
-,-, Belhouse: see Brereton below.
-,-, Berkeley: see Brereton below.
-,-, Bourchier, Cardinal: quartering Lovaine, (1) Bodleian, p. 7a.
-,-, Brereton: quartering Berkeley and Belhouse, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b.
-,-, Burghersh: see Pole below.
-,-, Calveley: (17) New College, p. 89b.
-,-, Canterbury, See of: impaling Warham, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b; see Chichele below.
-,-, Canterbury, St. Augustine's Abbey: (26) Worcester, p. 125a.
-,-, Carminow: see Arundel, Bishop of Chichester above.
-,-, Carpenter, John, Bishop of Worcester: (7) (Balliol glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Chace: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b; (1) Bodleian, p. 5b.
-,-, Chaundler: (1) Bodleian, p. 6b, 7b.
-,-, Chedworth, Bishop of Lincoln: (1) Bodleian, pp. 6b, 7b.
-,-, Cheyney: see Sondes below.
-,-, Chichele, Archbishop of Canterbury: (6) All Souls, p. 16a, 17a; (1) Bodleian, pp. 6b, 7b; impaling All Souls College, (6) All Souls (tiles), p. 19a; impaling Canterbury, (6) All Souls (tiles), p. 19a.
-,-, Clare: (16) Merton (glass), pp. 80a, 83b.
-,-, Clifford, Bishop of London: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Compton: quartering Aylworth, Wykwan and Vannal, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b.
-,-, Cornwall, Richard Earl of: (9) Christ Church, p. 47a.
-,-, Cottesmore: see Marmion below.
-,-, Courtenay, with a label: (9) Christ Church (brass), p. 41b; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.
-,-, Courtenay, Bishop of Exeter: (1) Bodleian, p. 7a.
-,-, Cranley, Archbishop of Dublin: (17) New College, p. 87b.
-,-, Cromwell, Earl of Essex: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 4b.
-,-, Crowche: see Horne below.
-,-, Curzon: (17) New College, p. 89b; see Skipton below.
-,-, Dalton: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Damory: see Unidentified below.
-,-, Darcy: see Strangways and Unidentified below.
-,-, Draycot: (16) Merton, pp. 78a, 80a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 135a; (see also Rochester, See of, below).
-,-, Durham, See of: (7) Balliol (stonework), p. 23a.
-,-, Edward the Confessor: (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.
-,-, Eglesfield (?): (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Ely, See of: (17) New College, p. 86a.
-,-, Exeter, See of: (9) Christ Church (slip-tiles), p. 45 b; (11) Exeter, p. 57a; (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.
-,-, Exeter College: (1) Bodleian, p. 7a, b.
-,-, Fabian: see Horne below.
-,-, Frrzjames: (1) Bodleian, p. 7b; (16) Merton, (gateway), p. 78a, (glass), p. 80a, (lectern). 80b, (Library roof), p. 82b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, pp. 135a, 138b; see also Rochester, See of, below.
-,-, Flaxall: see Horne below.
-,-, Fox, Bishop of Winchester: (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 51b, 52a, b.
-,-, Froxmere: see Russell below.
-,-, Gardiner, Stephen, Bishop of Winchester: (17) New College, pp. 86a, 91b.
-,-, Gascoigne: (17) New College, p. 87b.
-,-, George, St.: (17) New College, p. 86a.
-,-, Glastonbury Abbey: (26) Worcester, p. 124b.
-,-, Goldwell: (15) Magdalen (brass), p. 71b.
-,-, Grey or Talbot: impaling England with a label, (23) Trinity (glass) (?), p. 112b.
-,-, Grey, Bishop of Ely: (7) Balliol, pp. 20b, 21a, b.
-,-, Greystock: (1) Bodleian, p. 7a.
-,-, Hallam, Bishop of Salisbury: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Harman: see Veysey, below.
-,-, Hatfield: (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.
-,-, Heglise: (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.
-,-, Hereford, See of: (15) Magdalen, p. 74b.
-,-, Herring: see Russell below.
-,-, Hilton: (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.
-,-, Holland: see Audley above.
-,-, Horne: quartering Crowche, Fabian and Flaxall (?), (7) Balliol (glass), p. 20b.
-,-, Kemp: (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a.
-,-, Kemp, John, Archbishop of Canterbury: (1) Bodleian, pp. 6b, 7a, b.
-,-, Kemp, Thomas, Bishop of London: (1) Bodleian, pp. 6b, 7a, b, 8a.
-,-, Knight, Bishop of Bath and Wells: (17) New College, p. 86a.
-,-, Lancaster: (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.
-,-, Langton, Bishop of Winchester: (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.
-,-, Lee, Edward, Archbishop of York: (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.
-,-, Lincoln, See of: (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.
-,-, London, City of: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b; (31) St. Ebbe (glass), p. 130b.
-,-, London, See of: (1) Bodleian, pp. 6b, 7a, b; (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.
-,-, Longland, Bishop of Lincoln: (15) Magdalen, p. 74a; (17) New College, p. 86b.
-,-, Longvillers: see Stanhope below.
-,-, Lovaine: see Bourchier above.
-,-, Lucy: see Unidentified below.
-,-, Lumley, Bishop of Lincoln: (1) Bodleian, p. 7a, b.
-,-, Lyhert, Walter, Bishop of Norwich: (1) Bodleian, p. 7a.
-,-, Magdalen College: (15) Magdalen, pp. 70b, 72b, 73a, b, 75a, b.
-,-, Malmesbury Abbey: (26) Worcester, p. 125 a-b.
-,-, Maltravers: see Arundel above.
-,-, Marmion of Oxfordshire: quartering Cottesmore (?), (9) Christ Church, p. 45a.
-,-, May: (1) Bodleian, pp. 7b, 8a.
-,-, Mayo or Mayhew, Richard, Bishop of Hereford: (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.
-,-, Merchant Venturers: (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.
-,-, Merton, Walter de: (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a.
-,-, Merton College: (16) Merton, pp. 79a, 82b, 83b; (glass), p. 80a; impaling Beckingham, (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a.
-,-, Merton Priory (?): (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a.
-,-, Meynell: see Strangways below
-,-, Montagu: (9) Christ Church (monument), p. 43b; and Monthermer quartering Neville with a label, for Archbishop Neville, (7) Balliol, pp. 20b, 21a, b.
-,-, Monthermer: see Montagu above.
-,-, Mountfort or Montfort: (9) Christ Church (monument), p. 43b; see also Ravenscroft below.
-,-, Neville: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b; see also Percy below.
-,-, Neville, Archbishop of York: see Montagu above and York, Old See of, below.
-,-, Neville, Earl of Salisbury: (1) Bodleian, p. 7a.
-,-, Newburgh: see Beauchamp above.
-,-, New College: (103) Golden Cross Hotel, p. 169b; (17) New College, p. 86a.
-,-, Norreys: (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; see also Ravenscroft below.
-,-, Nowers: (9) Christ Church (monument), p. 43b; impaling unidentified coat, (9) Christ Church (monument), p. 43b.
-,-, Oldham, Bishop of Exeter: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50a, b; see also Winchester below.
-,-, Oxford University: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b; (1) Bodleian, pp. 5b, 6b, 7a, b, 8a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 135a; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.
-,-, Pembridge: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Percy: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b; impaling Neville, for Henry 2nd Earl of Northumberland, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Pershore Abbey: (?) (26) Worcester, p. 124b.
-,-, Pole, de la: quartering Burghersh and impaling France and England with a label, (44) Iffley (glass), p. 154a; impaling France and England with a label, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; quartered arms of, (1) Bodleian, p. 7b.
-,-, Polton: (6) All Souls (brass), p. 17b.
-,-, Ponthieu: (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a.
-,-, Queen's College, The: (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.
-,-, Ramsey Abbey: (26) Worcester, p. 124a.
-,-, Ravenscroft (for Norreys): and Montfort fessewise impaling Sherland, (7) Balliol, p. 20b.
-,-, Rochester, See of: impaling Fitzjames quartering Draycott, (16) Merton, pp. 78a, 80a.
-,-, Roet (Chaucer): (?) (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.
-,-, Rotherham, Thomas (otherwise Scott), Bishop of Lincoln and later Archbishop of York: (14) Lincoln, p. 66a.
-,-, Russell, Bishop of Lincoln: (1) Bodleian, p. 7a, b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 135a.
-,-, Russell, and De la Tour quarterly quartering Herring, Froxmere and Wise, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 20b.
-,-, St. Alban's Abbey: (26) Worcester, p. 124a.
-,-, Salisbury, See of: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; impaling Audley, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b.
-,-, Salkeld: (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.
-,-, Scott: see Rotherham above.
-,-, Sever: (16) Merton (brass), p. 79b.
-,-, Sherborn, Bishop of Chichester: (17) New College, p. 86a, b.
-,-, Sherland: see Ravenscroft above.
-,-, Skelton: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Skipton: quartering Curzon (?), (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Skirlaw, Bishop of Durham: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Smyth: (8) Brasenose, p. 26b.
-,-, Snarby: (7) Balliol, p. 21b.
-,-, Sondes: impaling Cheyney (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.
-,-, Standon: impaling Tame, (9) Christ Church, p. 34b.
-,-, Stanhope (alias Longvillers): (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21a.
-,-, Staple of Calais: (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.
-,-, Stokesley, John, Bishop of London: (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.
-,-, Strangways: and Darcy quarterly quartering Meynell, (1) Bodleian, p. 7a.
-,-, Stubbs: (7) Balliol, (glass) p. 22a.
-,-, Talbot or Grey: impaling England with a label, (23) Trinity (glass) (?), p. 112b.
-,-, Tame, see Standon above.
-,-, Taylor: (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 135a.
-,-, Tour, De la: see Russell below.
-,-, Ufford: see Willoughby below.
-,-, Vannal: see Compton above.
-,-, Vere: (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.
-,-, Veysey or Harman, John, Bishop of Exeter: (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.
-,-, Warenne: (?) (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b.
-,-, Warham, Archbishop: (17) New College, p. 86a, b; see also Canterbury, See of, above.
-,-, Waynflete, William of: (1) Bodleian, pp. 6b, 7a, b; (15) Magdalen, pp. 72a, b, 73b, 74a, 75b.
-,-, Wells, See of: (?) (9) Christ Church, p. 34a.
-,-, Wessington: (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.
-,-, Whelpdale, Bishop of Carlisle: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, William of York, St.: (7) Balliol, p. 23a.
-,-, Willoughby: (Bek quartering Ufford), (1) Bodleian, p. 7b.
-,-, Winchcombe Abbey: (?) (26) Worcester, p. 124a.
-,-, Winchester, See of: (9) Christ Church, pp. 33a, 34a; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52a; (15) Magdalen (Muniment Tower), p. 73a; (17) New College, p. 86a; (22) St. John's, p. 104a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 135a; impaling Beaufort, (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a; impaling Oldham, (10) Corpus Christi (glass), p. 52a, b.
-,-, Wise: see Russell above.
-,-, Wolsey, Cardinal: (9) Christ Church, pp. 30b, 31a, 32a, 33b, 34a, b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b.
-,-, Wombwell: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, Woodville, Sir Lionel: (1) Bodleian, p. 7a, b.
-,-, Wykeham: (17) New College, p. 86b; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.
-,-, Wykwan: see Compton above.
-,-, York, City of: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b.
-,-, York, Old See of: impaling Archbishop Neville, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21a–b; (stonework), p. 23a.
-,-, York, See of, Later Arms: (7) Balliol (stonework), p. 23a; (9) Christ Church, pp. 33a, 34a, b; (20) Queen's, p. 99a.
-,-, Unidentified: (1) Bodleian, pp. 6b, 7a, b; (9) Christ Church (cloister vault), p. 46a–b; impaling Basset, Damory, Darcy and Lucy, (9) Christ Church (monument), p. 43b; (78) Kemp Hall, p. 166a; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b; (see also Nowers above).
-, Royal Arms:
-,-, England (gules three leopards or): (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a; with a label, (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a.
-,-, England and France, c. 1340–1405 ( azure powdered with fleurs-de-lis for France Ancient quartering gules three leopards or for England: (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a; (17) New College (glass), p. 86a.
-,-, England and France, c. 1405–1603 ( azure three fleurs-de-lis or for France Modern quartering gules three leopards or for England): Henry VI: (6) All Souls, p. 16a. Edward IV: (15) Magdalen, p. 75b. Henry VII: (16) Merton, p. 82b; impaling Elizabeth of York, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b. Henry VIII: (9) Christ Church, pp. 31a, 33a, b, 34a, b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b. Edward VI: as Prince of Wales, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a. Queen Mary and Philip of Spain: (23) Trinity (painted panel), p. 113a. Queen Elizabeth: (6) All Souls, p. 19b; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 5a; (10) Corpus Christi (frieze), p. 50b; (sundial), p. 51b; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 74a; (22) St. John's (glass), p. 108a. Sovereign Not Identified: (6) All Souls (panels), p. 16b; (plaster vault), pp. 16b, 17a; (stonework), p. 17b; (7) Balliol (glass), p. 21b; with a label, (7) Balliol, p. 20b; (1) Bodleian (glass), pp. 2a, 4b; (8) Brasenose, p. 23b; (43) Headington (bell), p. 151a; (15) Magdalen (Bell-Tower), p. 70b; (chapel), p. 71a; (Founder's Tower), p. 75b; (Hall), p. 73b; (palimpsest brass), p. 71b; (16) Merton, p. 83b; (gateway vault), p. 78a; (glass), p. 80a; (17) New College, p. 86b; (glass), p. 86a; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b. Richard, Duke of York: (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.
-,-, Stuart, 1603–1707: (quarterly) 1 and 4 France Modern 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): James I: (16) Merton, p. 83b; (18) Oriel, p. 92b; (25) Wadham, pp. 120a, 122a. Charles I: (9) Christ Church, p. 33b; (22) St. John's, p. 107a. Charles II: (9) Christ Church, pp. 30b, 31a. James II: (as Duke of York) (9) Christ Church, p. 31a. William III: (23) Trinity, p. 110b. Anne, after the Union with Scotland, 1707–1714: (27) All Saints, pp. 125b, 127a; (20) Queen's, p. 97b. Sovereign not Identified: (1) Bodleian, pp. 1b, 2a, 5a; (5) Botanic Garden, p. 15a; (8) Brasenose, pp. 26b, 27a; (9) Christ Church, pp. 30b, 31a, 33b; (glass), p. 42b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53b; (15) Magdalen, pp. 73a, b; (17) New College, p. 87a; (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14a; (22) St. John's, pp. 104a, 107a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 11a, b. Stuart Impaling France, (for Queen Henrietta Maria), (22) St. John's, p. 106b.
-, Royal Arms (Foreign):
-,-, Burgundy: Philip of Burgundy impaling Joanna of Spain, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.
-,-, Denmark: George of Denmark, Prince, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.
-,-, Empire, The: (9) Christ Church, p. 47a.
-,-, Portugal: (1) Bodleian, p. 7b.
-,-, Spain: see Burgundy above.
-, Badges:
-,-, Boleyn, Anne: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50b.
-,-, Eagle and child: (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.
-,-, Elephant and Castle: (1) Bodleian, p. 8b.
-,-, Prince of Wales' Feathers: (6) All Souls (misericordes), p. 19a; (1) Bodleian, p. 1b; (glass), p. 10a; (9) Christ Church (staircase-vault), p. 33b; (15) Magdalen, p. 73b; (18) Oriel, p. 92b.
-,-, Stuart: (2) Sheldonian, p. 11b; (23) Trinity, p. 110b.
-,-, Tudor: (6) All Souls (plaster vault), p. 17a; (1) Bodleian, (crowned Tudor rose), pp. 4b, 5a; (9) Christ Church, pp. 30b, 31b, 32b; (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 50b, 51a, 52b; (15) Magdalen, p. 73b; (rayed Tudor rose), p. 75a.
-,-, Wolsey, Cardinal: (9) Christ Church, pp. 30a, b, 31b, 32a, 34a, b, 43a; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.
-,-, Various: (9) Christ Church, p. 32a, b; (16) Merton (glass), p. 83a; (23) Trinity, p. 110b.

Herbert :
-, Arms of, after 1550, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a.
-, Thomas, Earl of Pembroke, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, William, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, inscription relating to, (1) Bodleian, p. 4a.

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

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

Hertford College : (12), pp. 57–9; Chapel, p. 59b; Chapel of St. Mary, p. 59b; on site of bastion of City Wall, (51), pp. 159b, 160a; Hart Hall, p. 59a; Magdalen Hall moved to, pp. 59a, 69a.

Hester , John, 1636–7, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154b.

Heton , Martin, Bishop of Ely, arms of, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 43a.

Hext , Solomon, 1606, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.

Heycock , John, 1700, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 45a.

Heylin , Richard, S.T.D., 1670, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Hezekiah, King , representation of sickness and recovery of, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a.

Hicks , Mary, early 18th-century floor-slab, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.

High Street : (53)–(78), pp. 162–166; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 160b; No. 90, now part of University College, p. 118a; and Logic Lane, woodwork from demolished house at angle of, (24) University, p. 116b.

High Street, St. Thomas : (169)–(172), p. 177.

Hilda, St ., figures perhaps representing, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42a; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.

Hill, Hyll or Hylle :
-, John, M.A., LL.B., 1662–3, monument, (6) All Souls, p. 18a.
-, T., monument signed by, (22) St. John's, pp. 105b, xxvl.
-, Thomas, 1468, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.
-, Walter, 1494, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

Hillingdon Church Tower , survival of Gothic form, p. xxii.

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

Hippolytus, St ., figure representing: (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Hoadly , Samuel, 1692, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Hodges , arms of, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51a.

Hodson , Christopher, see Bellfounders.

Holden , Thomas, and Elizabeth his wife, St. Mary's College founded by, (124), p. 171b.

Holdsworth , Edward, buildings at Magdalen College ascribed to, (15), pp. 69b, xxiv.

Holes , Hugh, 1430, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

Holford , Walter, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Holland :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Audley under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Richard, 1677, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Hollingworth , John, 1671, monument, (6) All Souls, p. 18b.

Holloway :
-, Alicia, see Langton, George.
-, Charles, 1679, monument and floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, pp. 137a, b, xxvi.
-, Charles, 1695, monument and floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a, b.

Hollybush Row , Nos. 2 and 3, (173), p. 177b.

Holt , Thomas, carpenter, work done in Oxford by, p. xxv; buried in St. Cross church, p. xxv.

Holton , building stone from, p. xviii.

Holy Ghost , see Pentecost and Trinity, The.

Holy Trinity , former chapel dedicated to, p. xix.

" Vicarage, (161), p. 176b.

Holywell : see St. Cross under Dedications; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 160b.

" Cottage, (231), p. 182b.

" Manor, (232), p. 182b.

" Mill, civil war defence works formerly in garden of, (52), p. 161b.

" Street, (196)–(227), pp. 180–182.

Homilies , Book of, see under Books.

Hon , Johan van, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Hone , arms of, see Bodley, Sir Thomas.

Honiman , Robert, 1616–7, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Hooper , Edward, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Hope , bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a.

Hopkins , John, Anne and Katherine his wives, and William his son, monument erected 1682, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Hopper :
-, Agnes, wife of Thomas Hopper, 1625, and Jane his daughter, 1625, brass, erected by Robert Hopper his son, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.
-, Thomas, 1623–4, monument with brass plate, (17) New College, p. 88b.

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

Horrod , Henery, 1676, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.

Hosea , figures representing: (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Hospitals , see Almshouses and Monastic and Collegiate Buildings .

Hough , Daniel, flagon given by, (27) All Saints, p. 127a.

Hought . . ., John, name cut on chimney-stack, (23) Trinity, p. 113b.

Hour-glass , late 17th or early 18th-century, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.

Houses, Noteworthy or of Mediæval Date :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvi.
-, Dating from the 13th century: (258) Iffley Rectory, p. 185a; (84) Mitre Hotel, p. 162a.
-, Dating from c. 1300: (16) Merton (Warden's Lodging), pp. 76b, 77a.
-, Dating from the 14th century: (69) Tackley's Inn (now No. 106 and 107 High Street), p. 164b.
-, Dating from the 15th century: (79) Beam Hall, p. 166b; (102) Cornmarket Street, No. 3, p. 169a; (104) Do., Nos. 26 and 27, p. 169b; (105) Do., No. 28, p. 170a; (124) Frewin Hall, p. 171b; (102) Golden Cross Hotel, p. 169b; (74) High Street, No. 126, p. 165a; (76) Do., No. 132 and Chequers Inn, p. 165b; (152) St. Aldate's Street, Nos. 82 and 83 (Littlemore Hall), p. 174b; (118) Ship Street, No. 26, p. 170b.
-, Dating from late 15th or early 16th century: (75) High Street, No. 130, p. 165b.
-, Dating from the 16th century: (59) High Street, Nos. 37 and 38, p. 163a; (60) Do. Nos. 39–41, p. 163a.
-, Dating from the 17th century: (79) Kemp Hall, p. 166a; (154) The Old Palace, p. 175a; (139) Pembroke Street, Nos. 13 and 14, p. 173a.
-, Dating from the early 18th century: (183) Judges' Lodging, p. 178b.

Hoveden , Robert, Warden of All Souls College and ViceChancellor: arms of, (6) All Souls, (overmantel), p. 19b; (plaster vault), p. 17a; 1614, monument with bust of, (6) All Souls, p. 18a.

Howard , James, Earl of Suffolk, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Howe , Elizabeth, see Clayton.

Huchenson :
-, Henry, 1573, brass, (22) St. John's, p. 105a.
-, Ralph, 1605–6, monument with bust, (22) St. John's, p. 105b.
-, Richard, 1579, inscription added to brass of Henry his brother, (22) St. John's, p. 105a.

Hugh , St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figure representing, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b.

Hughes , Robert, 1632, brass, (9) Christ Church, p. 42a.

Huldrucus , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 71b.

Humphrey :
-, Duke of Gloucester, gift of books by, (1) Bodleian, p. 1a.
-, Hody, 1706, floor-slab, (25) Wadham, p. 121b.
-, Laurence, S.T.D., 1589–90, monument with effigy, (15) Mag dalen, p. 72a—b.

Hunsdon , Thomas, 1701, Elizabeth his first wife, 1682–3, and Anne wife of Stephen Kiblewhite, his daughter, 1715, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Hunt , George, LL.D., 1699–1700, monument, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.

Hutchins , E., inscription relating to, (23) Trinity, p. 113b.

Hutten , Leonard, D.D., 1632, brass, (9) Christ Church, p. 42a.

Hyde :
-, Anne, daughter of James Hyde, 1665–6, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, Edward, Earl of Clarendon, bust of, (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; figure of, (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; Old Clarendon Building built from profits of History of the Rebellion, (3), p. 13a.
-, Edward, Viscount Cornbury, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Henry, 1670, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, James, 1681, and Margaret his widow, 1711, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Hyenson , Nicholas, 1477 (?), brass, (20) Queen's, p. 98b.

Hygden , John, President of Magdalen, 1532, brass perhaps of, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b; glass given to Balliol College by, (7) p. 22b.

Hyll or Hylle, see Hill.

Iffley , Robert of, see Robert.

Iffley : (258)–(264), p. 185; Church of St. Mary (44), pp. 151–4.

Ignatius, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Ilminster church, communion table from, (25) Wadham, p. 120b.

Inns :
-, Bear Inn: (97), p. 168b.
-, Black Horse: (248), p. 184a.
-, Bull Inn: (269), p. 186a.
-, Chequers: (76), p. 165b.
-, Eagle and Child: (179), p. 178a.
-, Fox: (280), p. 187a.
-, Golden Cross: (103), pp. 169b.
-, Jolly Farmers: (164), p. 177a.
-, King's Arms: (196), p. 180b.
-, Lamb and Flag: (182), p. 178b.
-, Mitre Hotel: (54), p. 162a.
-, Nag's Head: (170), p. 177a.
-, Paviers Arms: (137), p. 173a.
-, Perch Inn, Binsey: (291), p. 187b.
-, Pheasant: (187), p. 179b.
-, Port Mahon: (245), p. 183b.
-, Royal Oak: (189), p. 179b.
-, Sherborne Arms: (130), p. 172b.
-, Trout Inn, Godstow: (290), p. 187b.
-, Turf Tavern: (230), p. 182b.
-, White Hart: (265), p. 186a.
-, White Horse: (193), p. 180a.

Ipswich , Wolsey's College at, foundation stone of, (9) Christ Church, p. 46b.

Irenæus , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Ironwork :
-, Balustrades and Railings:
-,-, 17th-century: (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (25) Wadham, p. 122b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 10a; (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; (20) Queen's, p. 99b.
-, Bolts:
-,-, 17th-century: (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14b.
-, Candlesticks:
-,-, Early 18th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b.
-, Communion Rails:
-,-, Early 18th-century: (20) Queen's, p. 98b.
-, Gates:
-,-, Medlæval: (5) Botanic Gardens, p. 15b.
-,-, 18th-century: (183) Judge's Lodging, p. 178b; (17) New College, p. 91a; (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a, b; (22) St. John's, p. 106a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b; (23) Trinity, pp. 110a, 114a.
-, Grilles:
-,-, 18th-century: (23) Trinity, p. 114a.
-, Hinges, etc.: see also Doors.
-,-, 13th-century: (43) Headington, p. 151b, (16) Merton, p. 77b.
-, Knockers:
-,-, 17th-century: (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102a.
-,-, Undated: (8) Brasenose, p. 25a.
-, Screens:
-,-, Early 18th-century: (17) New College, p. 84b, 91a.
-, Scrollwork:
-,-, Early 18th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 5a.
-, Scutcheon-Plates:
-,-, 17th-century: (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14b.
-, Weather-vanes:
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (36) St. Michael, p. 143a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (33) St. Martin Carfax, p. 133a.

Isaac : figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b; scenes representing sacrifice of: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; (9) Christ Church (base of cross), p. 45b; (64) High Street No. 90 (overmantel), p. 164a; (24) University (glass), p. 117a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Isaiah , figures representing: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Isham , Sir Justinian, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Jack and the Beanstalk , representation of, (17) New College (misericorde), p. 89b.

Jackson :
-, John, mason, work done in Oxford by, p. xxv; buried at St. Mary Magdalen, p. xxv; figure of Virgin and Child removed by, (18) Oriel, p. 93b; plaster ceiling designed by, (8) Brasenose, pp. 23b, 27b.
-, Katherine (Stamp), wife of Henry Jackson, 1686, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.
-, Ralph, 1687, and Sarah his wife, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, Samuel, 1674–5, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Jacob : figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b; And the Angel, stone carving representing, (15) Magdalen, p. 74b; Vision of, representation of, (24) University (glass), p. 117a.

Jacob , Provost of Lucerne, figure representing, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113a.

James the Great, St ., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (14) Lincoln, p. 68a; (16) Merton (brass), p. 79b; (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College (glass), p. 88a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a; (31) St. Ebbe (glass), p. 130b.

James the Less , St., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (16) Merton (brass), p. 79b; (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College (glass), p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

James I : arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; figure of (25) Wadham, p. 122a; figure probably representing, (18) Oriel, p. 93b; modern figure of, (1) Bodleian, p. 2a; initials of, (16) Merton, p. 83b; Pembroke College founded by, (19), p. 95b.

James II : arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; arms whilst Duke of York, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a; figure of, (24) University, p. 116a; and Mary of Modena, Old Ashmolean Building opened by when Duke and Duchess of York, (4), p. 13b.

Januarius , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 71b.

Jarvis , Thomas, see under Glass Painters.

Jeams , Thomas, S.T.D., Warden, 1686–7, floor-slab, (6) All Souls, p. 18b.

Jedburgh Abbey , relation of design to that of Cathedral, p. xix.

Jenkins , Sir Leoline: arms of, (13) Jesus, p. 62a; part of Jesus College built by, (13), p. 60a; 1685, floor-slab, (13) Jesus, p. 62a.

Jeremiah , figures representing: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Jerome , St., figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

Jesus College : (13), pp. xxii, 59–63; arms of, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113b; Chapel, pp. xxi, 60a, b; First Quadrangle, p. 60a; Hall, pp. 60a, 62b; Inner Quadrangle, pp. 60a, 63a; Library, pp. 60a, 63b; Principal's Lodging, pp. 60a, 62a.

Joel , figures representing: (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) wadham (glass), p. 121a.

John the Baptist , St., buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications, St. John's College and also Hospital of St. John the Baptist under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings; figures representing: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; (15) Magdalen, pp. 70b, 71a, 73b, 75b; (16) Merton, pp. 77a, 79a, 80b; (brass), p. 79b; (38) St. Peter in the East (glass), p. 146b; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b; figure of St. Bernard adapted to represent, (22) St. John's, p. 104a; copy of Raphael's painting of, (22) St. John's, p. 106a.

John of Beverley , St., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.

John Chrysostom , St., figure of, (16) Merton (monument), p. 81a.

John of Docklington , S. aisle built by, (28) St. Aldate, p. 127a.

John the Evangelist , St.: bell dedicated to: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b; (1) Bodleian, p. 6a; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 43a; (wall-painting), p. 45a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (stalls), p. 68b; (16) Merton (brass), p. 79b; (glass), pp. 80a, b; (17) New College (glass), p. 88a, b; (23) (Trinity), p. 112a, b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a; head of, (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a; symbol of: (6) All Souls (corbel), p. 16b; see also Evangelists.

John, Duke of Bedford , arms of, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a.

John, King of Spain and Duke of Lancaster , figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.

John of Waynflete , Dean of Chichester, figure of, on tomb of Richard Patten, (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.

Join......, John , 1688–9, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Jolly Farmers , see under Inns.

Jonah : figures representing: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a; And the gourd, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b; And the Whale: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (24) University (glass), p. 117a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a; monster possibly representing whale, (44) Iffley (carving), p. 153b.

Jones :
-, Caleb, 1675, monument, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.
-, Ellin, 1702–3, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.
-, Inigo, use of Gothic tradition, p. xxii; gateway at Magdalen College ascribed to, (15), pp. 69b, xxiii.
-, Sara, daughter of Henry Jones, 1686, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Jordan , Mary, wife of William Jordan, 1694, headstone, (41) Cowley, p. 149b.

Joseph , St., figures representing The Holy Family, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b.

Joyner , Edward (alias Lyde), 1702, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Judas Maccabeus , figures representing: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; (17) New College, p. 88b.

Judas Thaddaeus , St., figure representing, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b.

Jude , St., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; ? (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Judge's Lodging : (183), pp. xxvii, 178b; necessity for refacing stonework, p. xviii.

Judgement , The Last, representations of: (6) All Souls (painting), p. 18b; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b.

Juliana de St. Remi , see St. Remi.

Julius , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Julius-Danus , Ovenis, 1607, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Justice : bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a; figures representing: (20) Queen's, p. 98a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a.

Juxon , William, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of, as Bishop of London, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (22) St. John's, p. 108a.

Kalttbr¨nnen , see Steiner von,

Katherine , St., see Catherine.

Katherine of Aragon , see Arthur, Prince of Wales.

Keene :
-, Henry, work in Oxford, p. xxiv; Anatomy School designed by, (9) Christ Church, p. 30a; Hall remodelled by, (24) University, p. 114b.
-, James, see under Bellfounders.
-, Richard, see under Bellfounders.

Kemp :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; initials and cardinal's hat probably for, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.
-, Thomas, Bishop of London, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; inscription relating to, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b; monogram and motto of, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b; money contributed to completion of Divinity School, (1) Bodleian, p. la.

Kemp Hall , (78), p. 166a.

Kempster , Christopher, supervision of alterations to Tom Tower by, (9) Christ Church, pp. 29b, xxv.

Ken , Thomas, Bishop of Bath and Wells, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86a.

Kendall :
-, Antony, Ann his wife, and Christiana, Mary, Elizabeth and Sara, their children, monument erected 1711, (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.
-, Christian and Anne, candelabrum given by, (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.
-, John, 1706, monument erected by Elizabeth his widow, 1708, (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.

Kenilworth Priory , Iffley Church given to, (44), p. 151b.

Kennett , Basil, President of Corpus Christi, 1714, floor-slab, (10), p. 53a.

Kettell , Ralph, alterations and additions to Trinity College by, (23), p. 108b.

Kiblew (?), Hester (Philips), wife of Francis Kiblew (?), 1705, and John and George their sons, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Kiblewhite , Anne, wife of Stephen Kiblewhite, see Hunsdon.

Kilbey , Richard, secular cup given by, (27) All Saints, p. 127a.

Kilmorey , Viscount, see Needham.

King :
-, Arms of, (152) St. Aldate's Street, Nos. 82 and 83 (Littlemore Hall), p. 174b.
-, Judeth, 1693–4, and Elizabeth Kingwell, 1692, daughters of John Turner, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-, Robert, S.T.P., Bishop of Oxford, 1557, altar-tomb, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a; figure of, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.
-, William, Provost of Oriel, part of Oriel College re-built by, (18), p. 92a.
-, William, organist, 1680, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Kings, Biblical , painted panels representing, (17) New College, p. 86a.

King's Arms , see under Inns.

King's Hall , see Brasenose College, (8), p. 23a.

King's Mound House , civil war earthworks in neighbourhood of, (52), p. 161b.

King's Terrace , city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 161b.

Kingwell , Elizabeth, see King, Judeth.

Kirke , Mary, see West, John.

Knecht von Hynwill , Jörg, figure representing, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113a.

Knight :
-, Ellis, see Bellfounders.
-, Henry, see Bellfounders.
-, William, Bishop of Bath and Wells, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Knockers , see under Ironwork.

Knolles , Thomas, sub-Dean of York, glass given to Balliol College, by, (7), p. 22b.

Kuenick Gheert de, name inscribed in glass, (1) Bodleian, p. 2b.

Kybald Street , (86)–(87), p. 167b.

Kyllyngworth , John, 1445, brass, (16) Merton, p. 80a.

Lacy , John, 1719, floor-slab, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Lake , Arthur, Bishop of Bath and Wells, arms of, (25) Wadham (glass), p. 122b.

Lamb and Flag , see under Inns.

Lambourne , Dorothy, see Wright, William.

Lancaster :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial, Dr. William, arms of: (27) All Saints, p. 125b; (20) Queen's. p. 97b, 98a, 99b; (glass), p. 98b; impaling Wilmer, (20) (glass), p. 98b; portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99b.

Langbaine :
-, Elizabeth (Sonnibanck), wife successively of Christopher Potter and Gerard Langbaine, 1692, also to Mary (White) wife of Edward Potter, 1676, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, Gerard, 1657–8, floor-slab, (20) Queen's, p. 98b.

Langford ,....., 16.., floor-slab, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.

Langton :
-, George, 1699, and Alice (Holloway) his widow, 1714, monument and floor-slabs, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a, b.
-, Robert, c. 1518, brass, (20) Queen's, p. 98b.
-, Thomas, Bishop of Winchester, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; shields perhaps intended for, (20) Queen's, pp. 98b, 99a, 100b.
-, William, S.T.D., 1626, monument with effigy, (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.

Larkins Lane , Headington, Nos. 1 and 2, (277), p. 186b.

Lassy , George, c. 1500, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Latewar , Richard, 1603, monument, (22) St. John's, p. 105b.

Latham , I., monument to Viscount Grandison by, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.

Latton , quartered arms of, (25) Wadham (glass), p. 122b.

Laud , William, Archbishop of Canterbury: arms of: (22) St. John's, pp. 105a, 106b, 107a; (glass), p. 108a; as Bishop of Bath and Wells, (25) Wadham (glass), p. 122b; see also Canterbury, See of, London, See of, and St. John's College ; arms of various dioceses impaling those of, (22) St. John's, p. 108b; 1644–5, brass, (22) St. John's, p. 105b; alterations to St. John's College under Presidency of, (22), p. 103b; bust of, (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; monument to Charles I given by, (1) Bodleian, p. 5b.

Launceline , Edith, widow of Sir William Launceline, Godstow Abbey founded by, (49), p. 155b.

Laurel Farm , Headington (267), p. 186a.

Law : The giving of the, scene representing, (9) Christ Church (base of cross), p. 45b; figure representing, (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a.

Lawrence, St ., figures representing: (27) All Saints (font), p. 126a; (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.

Lawson , Sir Wilfrid, arms of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b.

Lazarus , Raising of, representation of, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a.

Leadwork :
-, Bosses:
-,-, Late 15th or early 16th century: (17) New College (ceiling), p. 86a.
-, Cisterns:
-,-, Undated: (139) Pembroke Street, Nos. 13 and 14, p. 173b.
-, Cupolas:
-,-, 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 30b.
-,-, 18th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 10a.
-, Rainwater Pipes and Heads:
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 4a; (203) Holywell, No. 28, p. 181a; (22) St. John's, p. 107a; (23) Trinity, p. 111b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (22) St. John's, p. 104b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 127a.
-, Statues or Figures: Clarendon, Lord, (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; Mercury (modern), (9) Christ Church, p. 31b; Muses, (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a.

Lear , Thomas, lectern given by, (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Learning , bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a.

Lecterns :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, c. 1500: (16) Merton, p. 80b.
-, 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b.
-, 17th-century: (7) Balliol, p. 22b; (11) Exeter, p. 56a; (15) Magdalen, p. 72a; (18) Oriel, p. 93b; (20) Queen's, p. 99a; (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Lee :
-, Name inscribed on boss, (1) Bodleian, p. 7b.
-, Edward, Archbishop of York, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Leigh :
-, Thomas, Lord, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Winefrid, see Brouncker, William.

Lence , Stephen, 1587–8, brass, (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.

Lepers , Hospital for, (42) Cowley, p. 150a.

L'Estrange , Sir Nicholas, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Lesueur , Hubert, bronze figures by, (22) St. John's, pp. xxv, 106b, 107a.

Lethbridge , Thomas, 1695, floor-slab, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Levett :
-, Arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.
-, John, M.A., 1702, floor-slab, (6) All Souls, p. 18b.
-, William, S.T.P., 1693–4, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Levins or Levinz :
-, Sir Cresswell, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.
-, William, 1616, and Ursula his wife, 1575, altar-tomb and effigy, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.
-, William, 1697–8, monument and floor-slab, (22) St. John's, pp. xxvi, 105b.
-, William, 1706, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Lewis or Lewys :
-, Arms of, (18) Oriel, p. 93b.
-, Alexander, 1683, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-, John, panel with initials of, (259) Court Place, Iffley, p. 185b.

Lewis Evans Collection , housed in Old Ashmolean Building, (4), p. 14a.

Libraries , see Sectional Preface, p. xxx; and Individual Colleges.

Lichfield , St. Michael's church, cup and cover-paten from, (29) St. Clement, p. 128b.

Liddell , Henry, Dean of Christ Church, modern statue of, (9) Christ Church, p. 32a.

Lincoln , See of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial: arms of, after 1550, (14) Lincoln, p. 68b; (20) Queen's, p. 100a.

Lincoln College : (14), pp. xxi, xxii, xxiii, 63–68; arms of, (14), p. 66a, b; craftsmen employed at, p. xxv; Chapel, pp. 63b, 64a, 67b; Front Quadrangle, p. 64a; Hall, pp. 63b, 64a, 66b; Kitchen, pp. 63b, 67a; Old Rector's Lodging , pp. 64a, 67a.

Lincoln's Inn , London, glass at Lincoln College similar to glass in, (14) Lincoln, p. 68b.

Linge , Abraham van, see Van Linge under Glass Painters.

Linge , Bernard van, see Van Linge under Glass Painters.

Lipyeatt , Martin, 1666, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Littlegate Street : (159)–(161), p. 176; city wall and gate in, (51), pp. 159a, 161a; remains of Greyfriars Priory in, (46), p. 155a.

Littlemore Hall (now Nos. 82 and 83 St. Aldate's Street), (152), pp. 174b.

Little St. Edmund Hall , site of, (8) Brasenose, p. 23b.

Little University Hall , see Brasenose College, (8), p. 23a.

Littleton or Lyttleton :
-, Edward, Lord Littleton of Mounslowe, 1645, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.
-, John and Thomas, 1635, monument with effigies, (15) Magdalen, pp. 72a, xxv.

Lloyd or Lloyde :
-, Ann (Berkley), wife of Griff. Lloyd, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, David, J. U. B., 1510, brass, (6) All Souls, p. 17b.
-, Dr. Griffith, tenant of Frewin Hall, (124), p. 171b.
-, Hugh, 1601, brass, (17) New College, p. 88a.
-, Jane, daughter of Ann Lloyd, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, John, Bishop of St. David's, 1686–7, monument, (13) Jesus, p. 62a.
-, Roderic, J. C. B., 1609, brass, (6) All Souls, p. 17b.

Lockey , Dr. Thomas, 1679, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Loggan , David, plan of civil war earthworks, (52), p. 161b.

Logic , bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a.

Logic Lane , see High Street.

London , John, Warden of New College: initials on bosses, (17) New College, p. 86b; 1508, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

London , City of: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

London , See of: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, impaling Laud, (22) St. John's, p. 107a; Greyfriars church, palimpsest brass from, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Long , Anne, 1627, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Longland , John: Bishop of Lincoln, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; foundation-stone laid by, (9) Christ Church, p. 29b.

Longvillers , arms of, before 1550, see Stanhope under Heraldry: for blazon see Armorial.

Longwall Street : (233)– (238), p. 183a; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 160b.

Lord's Prayer , The, inscribed on reredos, (27) All Saints, p. 127a.

Lot : And two daughters, representation of, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; Wife of, painting representing, (24) University, p. 117a.

Loughburgh , see Northerne.

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

Love , Elizabeth, see Parret, Simon.

Low or Lowe :
-, Alice (Peyton), wife of Edward Lowe, 1648–9, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.
-, George, 1682, monument, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b.
-, Helen, daughter of Sir John Low, 1683, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

"Low-side" windows , 13th-century: (40) Binsey, p. 148b; (41) Cowley, p. 149b.

Lowthe , John, 1427, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

Lubbins , John, master-mason employed at Christ Church, p. xxiv.

Lucas , John, 1681, monument, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.

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

Luffe , John, 1698, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Luke St ., figures representing: (14) Lincoln (organ-case), p. 68b; (stalls), p. 68b; (16) Merton (glass) ?, p. 80b; (23) Trinity, p. 112a, b. see also Evangelists.

Lumley , Marmaduke, Bishop of Lincoln, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Lutterell , Francis, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Lydall :
-, John, 1711, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Richard, Warden of Merton, monument, 1703–4, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Lyde , Edward, see Joyner.

Lydiat , Thomas, 1646, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Lyhert , Walter, Bishop of Norwich: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; chancel re-built by, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 133b.

Lyttleton , see Littleton.

Maccarthy , Donagh, Earl of Clancarty, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Macclesfield , Earl of, see Gerard.

Magdalen College : (15), pp. 69–76; see also Sectional Preface , pp. xx, xxi, xxii; arms of, before 1550, see under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a; (15) Magdalen (screen), p. 73b; architects employed at, pp. xxiii, xxiv; building stone used at, p. xviii; craftsmen employed at, p. xxiv; Bell Tower, pp. 69a, 70a; Chapel, pp. 69a, 71a; Founder's Tower, p. 75a; Great Quadrangle, pp. 70–76; Hall, pp. 69a, 73a; Kitchen Range, pp. 69a, 74a; Library, pp. 69b, 75a; Long Watt Quadrangle, p. 69b; Muniment Tower , pp. 69a, 72b; New Buildings, pp. 69b, 76a; Old Grammar Hall, pp. 69b, 76a; President's Lodging, pp. 69a, 75b, 76a; St. Swithun's Buildings, p. 69b; West's Building, p. 69b.

Magdalen Hall : formerly the Grammar School, building of, (15), p. 69a; building of Hertford College in the occupation of, (12), p. 59a; buildings taken over by Magdalen College, (15), p. 69b.

Magpie Lane : (65) No. 1, p. 164a; (88)–(91), p. 168a.

Major , Martha, 1688, headstone, (40) Binsey, p. 149a.

Malachi , figures representing: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Malford , Richard, 1403, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

Malice , figure representing, (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a.

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

Malt House , Iffley, (262), p. 185b.

Malthouse , Rose Place, (158), p. 176a.

Maltravers , arms of, before 1550, see Arundel under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, (15) Magdalen (screen), p. 73b.

Mamesfeld , Henry de: glass given to Merton College by, (16), p. 80b; figure of, (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b.

Man :
-, Edward, LL.B., 1673, monument, (6) All Souls, p. 18b.
-, William, 1666, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Manor Farm : Headington, (273), p. 186b; Wolvercote, (287), p. 187b.

Manor House , Iffley, (260), p. 185b.

Manor Road , civil war earthworks in neighbourhood of, (52), p. 161b.

Mansell , Dr. Francis, part of Jesus College built by, (13), p. 60a; 1665, monument, (13) Jesus, p. 60b.

Mansfield College , alignment of earthworks on boundary of, (52), p. 161b.

" Road, civil war earthworks in neighbourhood of, (52), p. 161b.

Margaret, St .: bell dedicated to, (43) Headington, p. 151a; buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42a; (18) Oriel (glass), p. 93b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113a; Well of, (40) Binsey, p. 149a.

Margaret of Anjou , see Henry VI.

Mark, St .: figures representing: (14) Lincoln (stalls), p. 68b; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (23) Trinity, p. 112a, b; symbol of, (6) All Souls (corbel), p. 16b; see also Evangelists.

Markham , Alice, stand-paten given by, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b

Marll , Christian, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

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

Marriage at Cana , see under Christ.

Marsh or Marshe :
-, Narcissus, Archbishop of Armagh, arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a; part of Exeter College re-built by, (11), p. 54b.
-, Nicholas, 1612, brass, (16) Merton, p. 79b.

Marshall , Thomas, Dean of Gloucester, 1685, floor-slab, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Marteine , arms of, (20) Queen's, p. 98b.

Marten , William, stand-paten given by, (27) All Saints, p. 127a.

Martha, St . figures representing: (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a; (17) New College, p. 88b.

Martin, St .: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; And the beggar: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.

Martin :
-, Arms perhaps of, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51a.
-, Gregory, 1618, brass, (36) St. Michael, p. 142a.
-, John, initials perhaps of, (1) Bodleian, p. 7a.
-, William, 1665–6, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, William, 1669, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Martok , John, name inscribed on lectern, (16) Merton, p. 80b.

Mary the Virgin, St .: see also Nativity of Christ, under Christ; bell dedicated to, (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; building dedicated to, see under Dedications and also St. Mary; chantry of, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 127a; chapel of, (36) St. Michael, p. 141a; figures representing: (1) Bodleian, p. 6a; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 43a; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a; (16) Merton, p. 79a; (glass), p. 80a; (17) New College, pp. 85a, 86b; (glass), p. 88a, b; (modern), p. 87a; Scenes from the Life of: With St. Anne (see also under Anne, St.): (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a; Annunciation: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42a: (12) Hertford (stone), p. 59b; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College (reredos), p. 89b; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; (with Crucifix on Lily) (glass), p. 98b; (36) St. Michael (with Crucifix on Lily) (glass), p. 142b; Visitation: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; The Holy Family: (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; Pieta or With the Dead Christ: (7) Balliol, p. 22a; (44) Iffley (indent) ?, p. 154a; Coronation: (16) Merton (?), p. 80b; (17) New College (glass), p. 88b; (reredos), p. 89b; (38) St. Peter in the East (glass), p. 146b; And Child: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 17b; (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; (stone figure), p. 6a; (boss), p. 7a; (9) Christ Church (chapter-house vault), p. 46b; (presbytery vault), p. 38a; (glass), p. 42a, b; (monument), p. 43b; (16) Merton (half-figures of), pp. 77a, 80a; (18) Oriel, p. 93b; (31) St. Ebbe (glass), p. 130b; (24) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b; indent, p. 137b; statues, p. 138b; (36) St. Michael (glass), p. 142b; (38) St. Peter in the East (chair), p. 146a; (glass), p. 146b; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113b.

Mary, St ., (the mother of James), figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Mary Cleophas, St ., with four children, figures representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Mary of Egypt , St., figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Mary Magdelen , St.: buildings dedicated to see under Dedications; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (7) Balliol (glass) ?, p. 22b; (9) Christ Church, p. 38a; (15) Magdalen, pp. 70b, 71a, 75b; (glass), p. 72a; (carved panel), p. 73b; (Founders Tower), p. 75b; (?) (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a; Scenes from the Life of, (15) Magdalen (carved panels), p. 73b.

Mary Salome, St ., figures representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Mary I , Queen of England, arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Mary II : figure of, (24) University, p. 118a.

Mason , Thomas, 1501–2, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Masons' Marks : (8) Brasenose, p. 28a; (9) Christ Church, p. 32a; (15) Magdalen, p. 72b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.

Massingham , John, figures ascribed to, (6) All Souls, p. 16a.

Mather's Farm , Headington, (278), p. 186b.

Matthew, St ., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (9) Christ Church (wall-painting), p. 45a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (organ-case), p. 68b; (stalls), p. 68b; ? (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College, p. 88b; (23) Trinity, pp. 112a, b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a. See also Evangelists.

Matthias, St ., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Maund , Nicholas, 1681, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Maurice , Henry, 1691, monument, (13) Jesus, p. 62a.

May , Richard, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry.

Mayn or Mayne :
-, Jasper, S.T.D., 1672, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.
-, Jonathan, carving by, (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 51a, xxv.

Mayo or Mayhew , Richard, Bishop of Hereford, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Medicine , figure representing, (23) Trinity, p. 110b.

Medley Manor Farm , (292), p. 187b.

Meetkirke , Adolph, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Merchants'Marks : (16) Merton (glass), p. 83a; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113b.

Merchant Taylors' Company , arms of, (22) St. John's, p. 108a.

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

Mercury , modern lead figure of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31b.

Meredith :
-, Jane, see Wyche, Sir Peter.
-, John, S.T.P., Provost of Eton and Warden of All Souls, 1665, monument, (6) All Souls, p. 18a.

Merideth , William, organist, 1637–8, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Merifield , Somerset, panelling said to have come from, (25) Wadham, p. 122b.

Merryman , William, 1628, and Anne his wife, 1619, table-tomb, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.

Merton , Walter de, Bishop of Rochester: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Merton College under Armorial; founder of Merton College, (16), p. 76a; figures representing, (16) Merton, p. 77a; modern copy of statue of, (16) Merton, p. 77a.

Merton College : see also Sectional Preface, pp. xx, xxi, xxii, xxiii; (16), pp. 76–84; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550: (i) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a; (198) Holywell, No. 35, p. 180b; (16) Merton, pp. 78a, 82b, 83a, b, 84a; St. Alban's Hall incorporated with, (16), p. 84a; building stone used at, p. xviii; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), pp. 160b, 161a; civil war earthworks in neighbourhood of cricket ground, (52), p. 161b; craftsmen employed at, p. xxv; Holywell Manor re-built by, (232), p. 182b; painting of, on Sir Henry Savile's monument, (16) Merton, p. 81a; Chapel, pp. 76b, 78a; Fellows Quadrangle, p. 83b; Fitzjames Gateway, p. 77b; Front Quadrangle, p. 76b, 77a; Hall, pp. 76a, 77a, b; Library, pp. 76b, 82a, b; Mob Quadrangle, pp. 76b, 81b; Sacristy, pp. 76b, 81b; St. Alban's Hall, p. 84a; Summer House , p. 84a; Treasury, pp. 76b, 81b.

Merton College Stables , (80), p. 167a.

Merton Garden , city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 159a.

Merton Priory , arms perhaps of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Merton Street , (79)–(87), pp. 166–167.

Methuselah , figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

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

Micah , figures representing: (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Michael, St .: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing: (13) Jesus (painting), p. 62a; (17) New College, p. 86b; (23) Trinity, p. 112a; (glass), p. 113a; And the Dragon, representation of, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b; (36) St. Michael (glass), p. 142b.

Middleton or Myddleton :
-, John, 1670–1, monument, (8) Brasenose, p. 28a.
-, Sir Thomas, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

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

Milton under Wychwood , building stone from, p. xviii.

Misericordes , see under Seating.

Mitre Hotel , see under Inns.

Mocket , Richard, S.T.D., monument, (6) All Souls, p. 18a.

Moggs , Peverell, 1678–9, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Mompesson , George, 1635, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.

Monastic and Collegiate Buildings :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxvi.
-, Augustinian:
-,-, Oseney Abbey: (48), p. 155b; arms of, after 1550, impaling see of Oxford, (9) Christ Church, p. 42b; bells from, (9) Christ Church, pp. 31b, 41b; coffin-lid from, (9) Christ Church, p. 42a; roof from, (19) Pembroke, p. 96b; St. Edmund Hall under control of, (21), p. 101a; stone from, re-used, p. xviii.
-,-, Priory and Church of St. Frideswide: (9), pp. 29a, 35a–47; Suppression of, p. 35b; line of city wall in relation to, (51), p. 161a; William Orchard buried at, p. xxiv.
-,-, St. Mary's College: (8) Brasenose, pp. 23b, 27b; (124), Frewin Hall, p. 171b.
-, Austin Friars: no remains of, p. xxvi; Wadham College on site of, (25), p. 118a.
-, Benedictine:
-,-, Canterbury College, (9) Christ Church, p. 30a.
-,-, Durham College founded for Benedictine monks of province of York, (23), p. 108b.
-,-, Gloucester College founded for Benedictine monks of province of Canterbury, (26), p. 123a.
-,-, Benedictine Nuns: Godstow Abbey, (49), pp. 155–6.
-,-, Black Friars (Dominicans): no structural remains of, p. xxvi; fragments possibly from, at (160) No. 10 Littlegate Street, p. 176b.
-, Cistercian:
-,-, St. Bernard's College founded for students of Cistercian order, (22), p. 103a.
-,-, Rewley Abbey: (47), p. 155b; heraldic panels from, (9) Christ Church, pp. 47a, (47) 155b; stone from, re-used, p. xviii.
-, Greyfriars (Franciscans): (46), p. 155a; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 161b.
-, Hospital of St. Bartholomew for lepers, (42) Cowley, p. 150a; (251)–(252), p. 184a, b;
-, Hospital of St. John the Baptist, (15), Magdalen, p. 69a, b; remains of, p. 74a.
-, White Friars (Carmelites): no remains of, p. xxvi; site of, purchased by Gloucester College, (26), p. 123a; material for building Canterbury Quadrangle from, (22), p. 103b.

Montagu or Montague :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, James, Bishop of Winchester, arms of, (25) Wadham, p. 122b.
-, Thomas, 2nd Lord, see Furnival, Elizabeth.

Montfort see Mountfort.

Monthermer , arms of, see Montagu under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Monuments, Funeral :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxx.
-, Altar-Tombs:
-,-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 43b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.
-,-, 15th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 43a, b; (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.
-,-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 44a; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b; (23) Trinity, p. 111a.
-,-, 17th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126b; (22) St. John's, p. 105b; (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Altar-Tombs, Canopied:
-,-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 43b.
-,-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.
-, Chantry-chapels:
-,-, 15th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 43a; (15) Magdalen, pp. 71a, 72a.
-, Floor-slabs:
-,-, 14th-century: (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-,-, Medlæval: (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.
-,-, 17th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126b; (6) All Souls, p. 18b; (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (8) Brasenose, p. 28b; (9) Christ Church, pp. 44b, 45a; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a; (42) Cowley, p. 150b; (11) Exeter, p. 56a; (43) Headington, p. 151b; (13) Jesus, p. 62a; (15) Magdalen, p. 72b; (16) Merton, p. 81a; (17) New College, p. 89a; (18) Oriel, p. 93a; (20) Queen's, p. 98b; (30) St. Cross, p. 130a; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; (22) St. John's, p. 105b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, pp. 137b, 138a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a, b; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a; (24) University, p. 117a; (25) Wadham, p. 121b; (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (40) Binsey, p. 149a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126b; (6) All Souls, p. 18b; (9) Christ Church, pp. 44b, 45a; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a; (41) Cowley, p. 150a; (42) Cowley, p. 150b; (11) Exeter, p. 56a; (43) Headington, p. 151b; (15) Magdalen, p. 72b; (16) Merton, p. 81a; (17) New College, p. 89a; (18) Oriel, p. 93a; (30) St. Cross, p. 130a; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; (22) St. John's, p. 105b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, pp. 137b, 138a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b; (38) St. Peter in the East. p. 147a, b; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a; (23) Trinity, p. 111b; (24) University, p. 117a; (25) Wadham, p. 121b; (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Headstones:
-,-, 17th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126b; (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (41) Cowley, pp. 149b, 150a; (43) Headington, p. 151b; (44) Iffley, p. 154a, b; (30) St. Cross, p. 130a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a; (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-,-, c. 1700: (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (41) Cowley, p. 150a; (43) Headington, p. 151b; (44) Iffley, p. 154a, b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, Head and Foot-stones:
-,-, 17th-century: (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, Shrine, Reconstructed Base of:
-,-, 13th-century and later: (9) Christ Church, p. 43a.
-, Slabs:
-,-, 14th-century: (49) Godstow Abbey (now in Ashmolean Museum), p. 156b.
-,-, 16th-century: (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-,-, 17th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126b; (9) Christ Church, p. 44b; (16) Merton, p. 81a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b; (25) Wadham, p. 121b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, Table-tombs:
-,-, 15th-century: (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.
-,-, 17th-century: (43) Headington, p. 151b; (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (43) Headington, p. 151b.
-, Tomb-recesses:
-,-, 14th-century: (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148b.
-, Tomb-slabs: see also Coffin-lids and Sectional Preface, pp. xix, xxx.
-,-, Pre-Conquest: Ashmolean Museum (from New Schools and Town Hall), pp. xix, xxx.
-,-, 11th-century: (9) Christ Church, pp. xxx, 35a, 42a.
-, Wall-Monuments and tablets:
-,-, 16th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 72b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.
-,-, 17th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126b; (6) All Souls, p. 18a, b; (1) Bodleian, p. 5a, b; (8) Brasenose, p. 28a, b; (9) Christ Church, p. 44a, b; (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 52b— 53a; (41) Cowley, p. 149b; (44) Iffley, p. 154a; (13) Jesus, pp. 60b, 62a; (15) Magdalen, p. 72a, b; (16) Merton, pp. 80b, 81a; (17) New College, pp. 88b, 89a; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a, b; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; (22) St. John's, p. 105b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a, b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b; (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a–b; (38) St. Peter in the East, pp. 146b, 147a; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a; (24) University, p. 117a; (25) Wadham, p. 121a; (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a; (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 126b; (6) All Souls, p. 18a; (8) Brasenose, p. 28b; (9) Christ Church, p. 44a, b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a; (15) Magdalen, p. 72a; (16) Merton, p. 81a; (17) New College, pp. 88b, 89a; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b; (22) St. John's, p. 105b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b; (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a; (38) St. Peter in the East, pp. 146b, 147a; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.
-, Weepers: 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 43b.
-, Miscellaneous: (44) Iffley (part of canopy only), p. 154a.

Moore , Margaret, daughter of William Moore, 1658–9, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154b.

Moore of Bankill , monument with arms perhaps of, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Mordaunt , Charles, Viscount, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Morice , arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Morley , George, Bishop of Winchester, arms of: (9) Christ Church, p. 31a; (17) New College, p. 86a.

Morrey , Thomas, 1584, brass (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.

Mortality , Emblems of, (38) St. Peter in the East (brass), p. 146a.

Moses , figures representing: (14) Lincoln (stalls), p. 68b; (15) Magdalen, p. 74b; (17) New College, p. 88b.

Mounteney , arms of, see Fitzherbert.

Mountfort or Montfort :
-, Arms of, before 1550, See Heraldry; and also Ravenscroft under Heraldry, for blazon see Armorial.
-, See Furnival, Elizabeth.

Mountstephen , Anne, see Oldisworth.

Muses , lead figures of, (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a.

Music : "Music" bell, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b; bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a; figures representing: (16) Merton, p. 80b; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a.

Musslin , Anna, see Steiner von Kalttbrunnen.

Myddleton , see Middleton.

Nag's Head , see under Inns.

Napier , Nathaniel, lectern given to Oriel College by, (18), p. 93b

Narborough , James, 1707, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Narmenfell , Elizabeth, paten given by, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.

Nativity, The , see under Christ.

Neale , Edward, see under Bellfounders.

Needham , Thomas, Viscount Kilmorey, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Nemesius, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 71b.

Neptune , figure representing, (20) Queen's, p. 98a.

Neville :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; and also Percy under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, see Danvers.
-, George, Archbishop of York, arms of, before 1550, see Montagu and York, Old See of, under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial;? arms of, after 1550, as Bishop of Exeter, (50) Castle, p. 158a; building at Balliol College possibly by, (7) p. 20a.
-, Richard, as Earl of Salisbury, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry.

New , Mary, wife of Nathaniel New, 1669, floor-slab, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.

Newburgh , arms of, before 1550, See Beauchamp under Heraldry.

New College : (17), pp. 84–91; See also Sectional Preface, pp.xx, xxi, xxii; arms of, before 1550, See Heraldry; for blazson See Armorial; arms of, after 1550: (17) New College, pp. 87a, 91b; City Wall on property of, (51), pp. 159a, 160a; figure of St. Michael from, p. 86a, (23) Trinity, p. 112a; panelling said to have come from, (18) Oriel, p. 94b; Bell Tower, pp. 84b, 90a; in place of bastion of city wall, (51), p. 160a; Chapel, pp. 84b, 87a; Cloister, pp. 84b, 90a; Garden Quadrangle, pp. 84b, 90b; Great Quadrangle, pp. 84b, 85a; Hall, pp. 84b, 86b; Kitchen Block, pp. 84b, 90b; Library, pp. 86a; Long Room, pp. 84b, 91a; Muniment Tower p. 86a; Senior Common Room, p. 90b; Warden's Barn , pp. 84b, 91b; Warden's Lodging, pp. 84b, 85a, 91a.

Newcombe , of Leicester, See under Bellfounders.

Newdigate , Sir Richard, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

New Inn Hall , arms perhaps of, (198) Holywell, No. 35, p. 180b.

New Inn Hall Street : (125)–(128), p. 172; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 159a, b.

Newlin :
-, ...., cup, "augmented" by, (44) Iffley, p. 154b.
-, Robert, President of Corpus Christi, 1687–8, monument and floor-slab, (10), p. 53a.

Newman , John, 1692, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Newport , Francis, Viscount, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

New Schools , pre-conquest fragment of tomb-slab from, p. xix.

New and Old Testaments , types and anti-types from, (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a.

Newton , Dr. Richard, part of Hart Hall possibly built by, (12), p. 57b.

Niches :
-, 14th-century: (17) New College, p. 86b, 87a.
-, 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 75b; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b; (22) St. John's, p. 104a; (36) St. Michael, pp. 142b, 143a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a.
-, c. 1500: (36) St. Michael, p. 143a.
-, 16th-century: (30) St. Cross, p. 130a; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a.
-, Mediæval: (17) New College, p. 85b.
-, 17th-century: (18) Oriel, p. 93b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136a–b.

Nicholas, St .: figures representing: (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (?) (17) New College, p. 88b; (36) St. Michael (glass), p. 142b.

Nicholl , pheon badge of, (16) Merton, p. 84a.

Nichols , Gilbert, 1691, monument, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Nicholson :
-, Otho, Library restored by, (9) Christ Church, pp. 29b, 47b.
-, William, 1678, floor-slab, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.

Nicols , Peter, 1677–8, monument, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.

Nineveh , representation of city of, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.

Nixon , John, 1662, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Noah , figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Noble , John, 1522, altar-tomb with effigy, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.

Norrington , Nathaniel, floor-slab, 1630–1, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Norreys :
-, Arms of, see Ravenscroft under Heraldry.
-, Sir William, and Joan (Vere) his wife, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Norris , Sir Edward, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.

North :
-, Francis, Lord, afterwards 1st Earl of Guildford, arms of, (23) Trinity, p. 110a.
-, Francis, 2nd Earl of Guildford, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.

Northampton , Earl of, see Compton.

Northerne (or Loughburgh), William, and Margaret his wife, 1383, monument erected by the city in 1667, (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a–b.

North Place , Headington, cottages in, (270)–(271), p. 186a.

Northumberland , Earls of, see Percy.

Notte, La , by Correggio, copy of, (20) Queen's, p. 99a.

Nottingham , Earl of, see Finch.

Nowers :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, Sir George, monument ascribed to, (9) Christ Church, p. 43b.

Noyes , Francis, 1679–80, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Nümmard , Johan, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Obadiah , figures representing: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Odo , Archbishop of Canterbury, figure representing, (6) All Souls, (glass), p. 18a.

Offley , Margaret, see Walter, Sir John.

Okeover , Henry, 1683–4, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Old Ashmolean Building : (4), p. 13b; city wall on ground now occupied by, (51), p. 159b; craftsmen employed at, p. 13b.

Old Clarendon Building : (3), p. 12b; bastion largely destroyed by erection of, (51), p. 159b; designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, p. 13a.

Old Grammar Hall , see under Magdalen College.

Oldham , Hugh, Bishop of Exeter: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, shown in error as Bishop of Winchester, (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 50b, 52a; arms of, after 1550, (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 51b, 53b; impaled by Fox, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50b.

Oldisworth , Anne (Mounstephen) wife of James Oldisworth, 1700, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

Old Palace , The, (154), pp. 175a. xxvii.

Old Parsonage , Banbury Road, (188), p. 179b.

Old Rectory , (171), p. 177b.

Old Testament , see New and Old Testaments.

Oliver , John, see under Glass Painters.

Orchard , William, mason employed at (1) Bodleian Library, pp. 1a, xxiv, at Magdalen College (15), pp. 69a, xxiv, at St. Bernard's College, p. xxiv; buried at St. Frideswide's, p. xxiv; monogram probably of, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.

Orders of Architecture , Superimposed: (1) Bodleian, pp. 2a, xxv; (16) Merton, pp. 83b, xxv; (25) Wadham, p. xxv.

Organs and Organ-cases :
-, Dating from the 17th century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-, 18th-century: (18) Oriel, p. 93b.
-, Incorporating old material: (14) Lincoln, p. 68b; (36) St. Michael, p. 143a.

Oriel College : (18), pp. 91–5; arms of, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 10a; (18), pp. 92b, 93b, 94b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin (bell), p. 136b; St. Bartholomew's Chapel attached to, (42) Cowley, p. 150a; part of St. Bartholomew's Hospital re-built by, (252), pp. 184b; initials on screen, (42) Cowley, p. 150b, on doorway (252), p. 184b; St. Mary's Hall united to, (18), p. 92a; Tackley's Inn occupied by, (69) p. 164b; Carter Building, pp. 92a, 94b; Chapel, p. 92a, 93a; Front Quadrangle, p. 92a; Hall, pp. 92a, 94a; Provost's Lodging, p. 94b; Rhodes Building, p. 92a; Robinson Building, pp. 92a, 94b; St. Mary's Hall Quadrangle , p. 92a, 94b.

Oriel Street : (66), Nos. 1 and 2, p. 164a; (92)–(94), p. 168.

Osbaldeston , Hercules, William and Elizabeth, c. 1700, headstone, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.

Osbern , William, M.A., 1628, monument, (6) All Souls, p. 18a.

Osborne , Daniel, 1710, floor-slab, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Oseney Abbey , see Augustinian under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Oseney Mill , (48), p. 155b.

Osmund, St ., figure representing, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.

Ossory , Earl of, see Butler.

Oswald of York, St ., figure representing, (6) All Souls, (glass), p. 18a.

Oswald, King , figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; see also under Cuthbert, St.

Osylbury , Nicholas, 1453, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

Owen :
-, Lewis, 1597, and Griffin, 1607, brass, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.
-, Dr. Morgan, South Porch built by, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 133b.

Oxford , Earl of, see Harley.

Oxford Charities , St. Bartholomew's Chapel attached to, (42) Cowley, p. 150a.

Oxford City : arms of, after 1550: (27) All Saints, p. 125b; (17) New College, p. 87a; view perhaps of, (17) New College (misericorde), p. 90a; see also Castle, City Wall; for Gaol, see Bocardo and for modern prison, see Castle; for Gates see City Wall; Library, window from Greyfriars Priory preserved at, (46), p. 155a.

Oxford , See of: arms of: (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b; impaling Fell, (9) Christ Church, p. 30b; arms of Oseney Abbey impaling (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b; Church of Oseney Abbey first cathedral of, (48), p. 155b; transferred to Christ Church, (9), pp. 29b, 37a.

Oxford University : arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550: (27) All Saints, p. 125b; (6) All Souls (plaster vault), pp. 16b, 17a; (1) Bodleian, pp. 1b, 2a, 4a, b, 5a, b, 8b, 9b; (5) Botanic Garden, p. 15a; (9) Christ Church (staircase-vault), p. 33b; (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 50b, 51b; (17) New College, p. 87a; (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14a; (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin (bell), p. 136b; (gates), p. 136b; (porch), p. 136b; (2) Sheldonian, pp. 10b, 11b; Nave and aisles re-built by, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 133b; Officers' Training Corps, civil war earthworks under building belonging to, (52), p. 161b.

Oxford University Press , Old Clarendon Building occupied by, (3), p. 13a.

Paddy , Sir William, 1634, monument with bust, (22) St. John's, p. 105b.

Page , Francis, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Paine , John, 1686, monument, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Painters : see Berchet, Pierre; Bonifazio Veronese; Reynolds, Sir Joshua; Ribalta, Francisco; Ribera, José; Schwarz, Christopher; Streater, Robert; Thornhill, Sir James.

Paintings :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi; and Wall-Paintings.
-, On Canvas or Wood:
-,-, 16th-century: St. Catherine: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a; Marriage at Cana, (43) Headington, p. 151b; Crucifixion, (16) Merton, p. 81a; Crucifixion, (26) Worcester, p. 123b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: Bearing of the Cross: (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.
-,-, 17th-century: The Last Judgment, (6) All Souls, p. 18b; (1) Bodleian, p. 4a; (Ceiling or roof panels), pp. 4b, 5b; Deposition, (8) Brasenose, p. 28b; Adoration of the Shepherds, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a; Architectural, (14) Lincoln, p. 67a; The Risen Christ, (19) Pembroke, p. 96a; Heraldic, (20) Queen's, p. 100b.
-,-, c. 1700: St. Michael, (13) Jesus, p. 62a; La Notte (20) Queen's, p. 99a; (25) Wadham, p. 121b; Agony in the Garden, (26) Worcester, p. 123b.
-,-, 18th-century: (163) Greyfriars (overmantel), p. 176b; (3) Queen Anne, Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; St. John the Baptist, (22) St. John's, p. 106a; Ascension, (23) Trinity, p. 110b.
-, On Plaster:
-,-, 18th-century: (Ascension) (20) Queen's, p. 98a.

Pall , see under Embroidery.

Palmer :
-, John, 1479, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.
-, Thomas, 1558, brass, (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.
-, William, Rector of Exeter College, part of College built by, (11), p. 54b.

Panelling :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, In Churches:
-,-, 15th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a.
-,-, 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a, b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 127a.
-, In Colleges, Houses, University Buildings, etc.:
-,-, 15th-century: (152) St. Aldate's Street, Nos. 82 and 83, (Littlemore Hall), p. 175a.
-,-, 16th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 16b; (9) Christ Church, p. 47b; (102) Cornmarket Street, No. 3, p. 169a; (124) Frewin Hall, pp. 171b, 172a; (75) High Street, No. 130, p. 165b; (17) New College, p. 85b; (20) Queen's, p. 97b; (24) University, p. 116b.
-,-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 19b; (79) Beam Hall, p. 166b; (156) Brewer Street, Nos. 1 and 2, p. 176a; (9) Christ Church, p. 47b; (11) Exeter, p. 56a; (124) Frewin Hall, pp. 171b, 172a; (74) High Street, No. 126, p. 165b; (75) Do. No. 130, p. 165b; (199) Holy well, No. 32, p. 180b; (13) Jesus, p. 63a; (183) Judge's Lodging, p. 179a; (16) Merton, p. 82b–83a; (17) New College, p. 85a, 91b; (81) Postmaster's Hall, p. 167a; (185) St. Giles Street, Nos. 22 and 23, p. 179a; (26) Worcester, p. 124b.
-,-, 17th-century: (6) All Souls, pp. 16a, b, 17a, 19b; (7) Balliol, p. 23a; (79) Beam Hall, p. 167a; (1) Bodleian, p. 9a, b; (8) Brasenose, pp. 25a, b, 26a, b; (102) Cornmarket Street, No. 3, p. 169a; (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 50b, 51a, b, 53a, b, 54a; (11) Exeter, p. 57a, b; (103) Golden Cross Hotel, p. 169b; (53) High Street, Nos. 9–15, p. 162a; (55) Do., p. 162b; (63) Do. Nos. 86 and 87, p. 163b; (64) Do. No. 90, pp. 163b, 164a; (198) Holywell, No. 35, p. 180b; (203), Do. No. 28, p. 181a; (204), Do. No. 25, p. 181a; (206) Do. No. 20, p. 181a; (218) Do. No. 3, p. 182a; (221) Do. No. 99, p. 182a; (232) Holywell Manor, p. 183a; (258) Iffley Rectory, p. 185b; (13) Jesus, pp. 62a, b, 63b; (78) Kemp Hall, p. 166b; (14) Lincoln, pp. 64b–66a, 67a, 68b; (15) Magdalen, pp. 70b, 73a, 74a; (88) Magpie Lane, No. 2, p. 168a; (278) Mather's Farm, p. 186b; (16) Merton, p. 84a; (54) Mitre Hotel, p. 162a; (17) New College, p. 90b; (154) The Old Palace, p. 175b; (18) Oriel, pp. 92b, 93b, 94b; (19) Pembroke, p. 96b; (145) Pembroke Street, No. 38, p. 174a; (20) Queen's, p. 100b; (152) St. Aldate's Street, Nos. 82 and 83 (Littlemore Hall), pp. 174b, 175a; (153) Do. No. 84, p. 175a; (185) St. Giles Street, Nos. 22 and 23, p. 179a; (22) St. John's, pp. 104b, 106b, 107b, 108a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a, b; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a; (23) Trinity, pp. 110b, 114a; (290) Trout Inn, p. 187b; (24) University, p. 116a, b; (25) Wadham, p. 122a, b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (7) Balliol, p. 22b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51b; (161) Holy Trinity Vicarage, p. 176b; (212) Holywell, No. 11, p. 181b; (260) Manor House, Iffley, p. 185b; (13) Jesus, p. 63b; (14) Lincoln, p. 66b; (18) Oriel, p. 93a; (129) Queen Street, No. 30, p. 172b; (149) St. Aldate's Street, No. 7, p. 174b; (23) Trinity, p. 112b; (25) Wadham, p. 120a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (79) Beam Hall, p. 167a; (8) Brasenose, pp. 25b, 26a; (156) Brewer Street, Nos. 1 and 2, p. 176a; (157) Campion Hall, p. 176a; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a; (163) Greyfriars, pp. 176b, 177a; (57) High Street, No. 34, p. 162b; (59) Do. Nos. 37 and 38, p. 163a; (63) Do. Nos. 86 and 87, p. 163b; (68) Do. No. 105, p. 164b; (77) Do. No. 135, p. 166a; (161) Holy Trinity Vicarage, p. 176b; (215) Holywell, No. 6, p. 182a; (218) Do. No. 3, p. 182a; (219) Do. No. 2, p. 182a; (220) Do. No. 100, p. 182a; (223) Do. No. 68, p. 182a; (183) Judge's Lodging, pp. 178b, 179a; (14) Lincoln, p. 67b; (278) Mather's Farm, p. 186b; (82) Merton Street, No. 13, p. 167b; (17) New College, p. 85b; (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; (188) Old Parsonage, p. 179b; (92) Oriel Street, No. 8, p. 168a; (139) Pembroke Street, Nos. 13 and 14, p. 173b; (187) Pheasant Inn, p. 179b; (20) Queen's, pp. 97b, 99a, b, 100a, b; (185) St. Giles Street, No. 22 and 23, p. 179a; (22) St. John's, pp. 104b, 106a, b; (123) St. Michael's Street, No. 24, p. 171b; (122) Vanbrugh House, p. 171a; (25) Wadham, pp. 120a, 122b; (26) Worcester, p. 124a, b.
-, Linen-fold:
-,-, 16th-century: (60) High Street, No. 41, p. 163a; (14) Lincoln, p. 66b; (15) Magdalen, p. 73b; (17) New College, pp. 86b, 87a.

Paradise House , see Greyfriars.

Paradise Street , (162)–(164), pp. 176–177.

Parkend Street , No. 31 (174), p. 177b.

Parker :
-, Arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.
-, J. H., excavations reported on by, (9) Christ Church, p. 35a.
-, William, 1510, brass, (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a.
-, William, 1709–10, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Parker of Hurstmonceux , arms of, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51a.

Parkes , Chrysostome, additions to Brasenose College by, (8), pp. xxv, 23b.

Parkhurst , John, Bishop of Norwich, arms of, (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.

Parret , Simon, 1584, and Elizabeth (Love) his wife, 1572, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Parry , arms perhaps of, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51a.

Partridge , Robert, arms of, (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 103a.

Passion , The: Scenes from, see under Christ; Symbols or Instruments of: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 43a; (10) Corpus Christi (Chapel roof), p. 52b; (15) Magdalen (Muniment Tower vault), p. 73a; (17) New College, p. 86b; (23) Trinity, p. 110b.

Passover , Feast of the, representation of, (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a.

Patens , see Plate, Church.

Patricia, St ., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Patten :
-, John, Dean of Chichester, see John of Waynflete.
-, Richard, c. 1450, chantry-chapel of, (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.
-, William, Bishop of Winchester, see William of Waynflete.

Paul, St ., figures representing: (1) Bodleian, p. 6a; (glass), p. 2b; (9) Christ Church (wall-painting), p. 45a; (14) Lincoln (stalls), p. 68b; (16) Merton (brass), p. 79b; (glass), p. 80b; (20) Queen's, (glass), p. 98b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a; (38) St. Peter in the East (glass), p. 146b, (image), p. 146b; figure perhaps representing, (9) Christ Church, p. 38a.

Paulet , arms of, (8) Brasenose, p. 26a.

Paviers Arms , see under Inns.

Paving :
-, Marble: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a; (14) Lincoln, p. 68b; (17) New College, p. 89a; (18) Oriel, p. 93b; (20) Queen's, p. 99a; (22) St. John's, p. 105b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b; (23) Trinity, p. 111b; (24) University, p. 117a; (25) Wadham, p. 121b.
-, Marble and Stone: (17) New College (Chapel), p. 89a; (Hall), p. 86b; (20) Queen's, p. 99a; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102b.
-, Stone: (27) All Saints, p. 127a; (23) Trinity, p. 111b; (25) Wadham, p. 121b.
-, Stone and Slate: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.

Paynter , arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Paynton , John, 1675, also John Paynton his father, 1681, Ann his mother, 1680–1, and Mary his sister, 1692, monument, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Pearson , James, see under Glass-painters.

Peckett , William, see under Glass-painters.

Peckwater Inn , replaced by Peckwater Quadrangle, (9) Christ Church, p. 30a.

Pelagius, St ., figure representing, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Pelham , Sir Nicholas, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Pelican in her piety , representations of: (1) Bodleian, p. 7b; (15) Magdalen, p. 73a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College (stall), p. 89b.

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

Pembroke , Earls of, see Herbert.

Pembroke College : (19), pp. 95–6; chapel formerly in St. Aldate's church, (19), p. 95b; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 161a; Library formerly above S. aisle of St. Aldate's church, (28), pp. 95b, 127a; woodwork from Brewer Street, (19), p. 96b; Chapel, p. 96a; Main Quadrangle , p. 95b; Master's Lodging (Wolsey's Hospital), pp. 95b, 96a; fireplace from house in Brewer Street in, (156), p. 176a.

Pembroke Street , (138)–(146), pp. 173–174.

Pendarves , John, 1617, brass, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.

Pennyman , Sir William, Bart., 1643, and Anne his wife, 1644, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.

Penson's Gardens : city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 161a; remains of Greyfriars Priory near, (46), p. 155a.

Pentecost : (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Penton :
-, Henry, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.
-, Stephen, benefactions to St. Edmund Hall, (21), pp. 101b, 102b.

Perch , John, 1487–8, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Perch Inn , see under Inns.

Percy :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, (24) University, pp. 116a, 117a.
-, Henry, 2nd Earl of Northumberland, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Perkins , John, 1661, brass, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a.

Perrot :
-, Arms of, (18) Oriel, p. 93b.
-, Ursula, alms-dish given by, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.

Pershore Abbey , arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry.

Peryam :
-, Arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 57a.
-, John, part of Exeter College built by, (11), pp. 54b, 57a.

Peter, St .: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (1) Bodleian, p. 6a; (9) Christ Church (wall-painting), p. 45a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (stalls), p. 68b; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College (glass), p. 88a; (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a; (38) St. Peter in the East (glass), p. 146b, (image), p. 146b; as pope, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 98b; figure perhaps representing, (9) Christ Church, p. 38a; keys of, (11) Exeter, p. 57a.

Petre :
-, Arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 57a; (25) Wadham, pp. 121a, b, 122a, b; see also Stapleton.
-, Dorothy, see Wadham, Sir Nicholas.

Pettie , John, lectern given to the Queen's College by, (20), p. 99a.

Petty , Christopher, J. C. B., 1610, monument (6) All Souls, p. 18a.

Peyton , Alice, see Lowe.

Pheasant Inn , see under Inns.

Philip, St .: figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; ? (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College (glass), p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a; representation of Baptism of Candace's eunuch, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a.

Philip of Burgundy , arms of, impaling those of Joanna of Spain, see Royal Arms (Foreign) under Heraldry.

Philip of Spain , arms of, see Mary under Royal Arms under Heraldry.

Philippa of Hainault , Queen of Edward III: painted bust of, (20) Queen's, p. 97b; figures of, (20) Queen's, pp. 99b, 100a, b; portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99b; statuary group representing, (20) Queen's, p. 99b; co-founder of the Queen's College, (20), p. 97a.

Philips :
-, Hester, see Kiblew.
-, John, 1691, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Philosophers , busts of: (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12b.

Phipps :
-, Anne, wife of George Phipps, 1702, floor-slab, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.
-, Frances (Browne), wife of William Phipps, (1684), also to William Phipps, 1701, floor-slab, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.
-, George, early 18th-century floor-slab, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.
-, Kate, daughter of George Phipps, 1705, floor-slab, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.
-, Lionel, 1709, floor-slab, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.

Pickering , William, 1635, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Pierrepoint , Robert, 1st Earl of Kingston, arms of, (18) Oriel, p. 94a.

Pieta , see under Mary the Virgin, St.

Piety or Religion , bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a.

Pigot or Pigott , arms of: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a; (8) Brasenose, p. 26b.

Pinke , Robert, 1647, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Pisces , carving representing, (44) Iffley, p. 153b.

Piscinæ :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, 12th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a–b.
-, 13th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a; (41) Cowley, p. 150a; (43) Headington, p. 151b; (32) St. Giles, pp. 132b, 133a; (36) St. Michael, p. 143a; (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a–b.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: (16) Merton, p. 81a–b; (28) St. Aldate, p. 128b.
-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a; (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b; (36) St. Michael, p. 143a.
-, c. 1400: (43) Headington, p. 151b.
-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 18b.
-, Mediæval but undated: (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.
-, Modern restoration: (17) New College, p. 89b.
-, Pillar-Piscinæ:
-,-, 13th-century: (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (44) Iffley, p. 154b.
-,-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.

Placidus , St., figure ascribed to, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.

Plantagenet , see Geoffrey.

Plasterwork :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi; and also Ceilings.
-, 15th-century: (103) Golden Cross Hotel, p. 169b.
-, 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 50b, 52a.
-, c. 1600: (16) Merton, p. 83a.
-, 17th-century: (6) All Souls (beams), p. 17a; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52a; (16) Merton, p. 83a; (18) Oriel (overmantel), p. 92b; (20) Queen's, p. 100a; (181) St. Giles Street, No. 40, p. 178b; (23) Trinity, p. 110b.
-, Early 18th-century: (157) Campion Hall, p. 176a; (163) Greyfriars, p. 176b.

Plate , Church:
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, Alms-dishes: See also Brass below.
-,-, 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.
-, Candlesticks: See also Brasswork and Ironwork.
-,-, 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b.
-, Cover-Patens:
-,-, 16th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 127a; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.
-,-, 17th-century: (28) St. Aldate, p. 128b; (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (29) St. Clement, p. 128b; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.
-, Cups:
-,-, 16th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 127a; (29) St. Clement, p. 128b; (30) St. Cross, p. 130a; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (36) St. Michael, p. 143a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-,-, 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (44) Iffley, p. 154b; (28) St. Aldate, p. 128b; (29) St. Clement, p. 128b; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b; (36) St. Michael, p. 143a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (43) Headington, p. 151b.
-, Cup, Secular, with Steeple-Cover:
-,-, 17th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 127a.
-, Flagons:
-,-, 17th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 127a; (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (28) St. Aldate, p. 128b; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b; (36) St. Michael, p. 143a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (30) St. Cross, p. 130a; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.
-, Patens:
-,-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b.
-,-, 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (29) St. Clement, p. 128b; (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-, Stand-Patens:
-,-, 17th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 127a; (43) Headington, p. 151b; (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b; (36) St. Michael, p. 143a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 127a.
-, Staves, Vergers':
-,-, 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b.
-, Brass:
-,-, Alms-dishes: 17th-century: (36) St. Michael, p. 143a.
-, Pewter:
-,-, Plates: (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.

Playdell , Richard, 1690, and Richard his son, 1693, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.

Plenty , figure representing, (20) Queen's, p. 98a.

Pocock , Edward, S.T.D., 1691, monument with bust of, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Pole , de la, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Polton , Philip, Archdeacon of Gloucester, 1461, brass, (6) All Souls, p. 17b; chapel of St. Saviour built by, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 127a; for blazon of arms, see Armorial.

Polycarp , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Pont , Richard, Elizabeth his wife and Richard and Arthur their sons, monument erected 1687, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.

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

Poor-boxes , see Alms-boxes.

Pope , Sir Thomas: and Elizabeth (Blount) his wife, Trinity College founded by, (23), p. 108b; 1559, and Elizabeth, Margaret and Elizabeth (Blount) his wives, altar-tomb and effigies, (23) Trinity, p. 111a; arms of, (23) Trinity, p. 111a; crest of, (23) Trinity, pp. 111a, 113b; figure of, (23) Trinity, p. 113a.

Popey-heads , see under Seating.

Popham :
-, Arms of, see Wadham, Sir Nicholas.
-, Sir John, cartouche-of-arms of, (7) Balliol (screen), p. 22a.

Porter :
-, Arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.
-, William, monogram of, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.

Port Mahon , see under Inns.

Portman :
-, Sir John, 1624, monument with effigy, (25) Wadham, p. 121a.
-, Sir William, screen given to All Souls College Chapel by, (6), p. 18b.

Portugal , arms of, before 1550, see Royal Arms (Foreign) under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Pory , Peter, see Tillyard, William.

Postmaster's Hall , (81), p. 167a.

Potenger , arms of, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51a.

Potter :
-, Christopher, 1645–6, floor-slab, (20) Queen's, p. 98b.
-, Edward, 1701–2, and Sampson his son, 1699–1700, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, Elizabeth (Sonnibanck) wife of Christopher Potter, see Langbaine.
-, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of, (14) Lincoln, p. 66a.
-, John, 1710, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.
-, Mary (White) wife of Edward Potter, 1676, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a–b; see also Langbaine, Elizabeth.

Powell :
-, Arms of, (13) Jesus, p. 62b.
-, Thomas, 1642, floor-slab, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.

Powney , Penyston, candelabra given by, (20) Queen's, p. 98b.

Poynter , Theophilus, 1709, Theophilus his son, 1706, and Mary, 1692, Sarah, 1702, and Eleonor, 1703, his daughters, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Prayer-books , see under Books.

Preston , Viscount, see Graham.

Price :
-, Griffith, part of Jesus College built by, (13), p. 60a.
-, Henry, S.T.B., 1600–1, brass, (22) St. John's, p. 105a.
-, Hugh, foundation of Jesus College due to, (13), p. 59b.
-, John, 1690, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Joshua, see under Glass-painters.
-, William, Senior and Junior, see under Glass-painters.

Prideaux :
-, Arms of, after 1550, impaling Reynell, (1) Bodleian, p. 2a.
-, Anne (Goodwin), wife of John Prideaux, 1627, brass, (36) St. Michael, p. 142a.
-, John, alterations to Prideaux Building by, (11) Exeter, p. 57b.
-, John, son of John Prideaux, Rector, 1636, brass, (11) Exeter, p. 56a
-, Mathias, infant son of John Prideaux, rector, 1624–s, brass, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.
-, Nicholas, 1675, monument, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.
-, Robert, son of John Prideaux, Rector, 1627, brass, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Prince of Wales' feathers , see Badges under Heraldry.

Prince or Prynce :
-, Charles, and Katherine his wife, see Gartside.
-, John, 1673, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Mary, flagon given by, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Prison , The City, Oxford Castle used as, (50), p. 158a.

Prodigal Son , representation of, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b.

Prophets : see also under individual names; representations of: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (17) New College (glass), p. 88b; painted panels representing, (17) New College, p. 86a.

Prudence , bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a.

Ptolemy , figure of, (16) Merton (monument), p. 81a.

Pugin , Augustus, gateway at Magdalen College built by, (15), p. 69b.

Pulpit-cloths , see Embroidery.

Pulpits :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, 15th-century: (9) Christ Church (frater-pulpit), p. 47b; (36) St. Michael, p. 143a.
-, 16th-century: (34) St. Mary the Virgin (remains only), p. 138b.
-, 17th-century: (7) Balliol, p. 22b; (1) Bodleian, p. 8a; (8) Brasenose, p. 28b; (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a; (13) Jesus, p. 62a; (14) Lincoln, p. 68b; (25) Wadham, p. 121b.
-, Early 18th-century: (16) Merton, p. 81b; (27) All Saints, p. 127a.
-, External:
-,-, 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 70a.
-, Sounding-Boards:
-,-, 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (38) St. Peter in the East (now table), p. 147b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 127a.

Purdie , Richard, see under Bellfounders.

Pyle , John, 1696–7, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Quarme , Nicholas, 1598, brass, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.

Quarry Farm , Headington, (283), p. 187a.

Queen's College , The: (20), pp. 96–100; see also Sectional Preface , pp. xxii, xxiii, xxiv; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550: (20) Queen's, pp. 97b, 98a, b, 99a, b, 100a, b; architects employed at, p. 97a; house in High Street now part of, (56), p. 162b; St. Edmund Hall acquired by, (21), p. 101a; necessity for re-facing stonework, p. xviii; Brewhouse, p. 100b; Chapel, pp. 97a, 98a; 14th-century chapel, pp. xix xx, xxi; Front Quadrangle, p. 97a; Hall, pp. 97a, 99a; Library, pp. 97a, 99b.

Queen's Hall , The, p. 97a.

Queen's Lane , (60) No. 2, p. 163a.

Queen Street , (129)–(132), p. 172b.

Radcliff , Radcliffe or Ratcliffe:
-, Arms of, (8) Brasenose, pp. 25a, 27a, 29a.
-, Dr. Anthony, Peckwater Quadrangle built from bequest of, (9) Christ Church, pp. 30a, 48a; 1705, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.
-, James, 1700, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 45a.
-, John, 1626, monument, (24) University, p. 117a.
-, John, 1714, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-, Dr. John, Radcliffe Quadrangle built from bequest of, (24) University, p. 114b; statue of, (24) University, p. 118a.
-, Richard, 1599–1600, brass, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a.

Radcliffe Infirmary and Observatory , designed by Henry Keene, p. xxiv.

Radcliffe Library : (1) Bodleian, pp. 1b, 10a; designed by James Gibbs, pp. xxiv, 1b.

Radford , John, bequest to Lincoln College, (14), p. 64a.

Rainold , John, President of Corpus Christi, 1607, monument with bust of, (10), p. 52b.

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

Randall , Philip, Hart Hall re-built by, (12), p. 57b.

Raphael , St., part of figure representing, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113b.

Raphael , Sanzio, painting after, of St. John the Baptist, (22) St. John's, p. 106a.

Ratcliff , see Radcliffe.

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

Ravis , Thomas, Bishop of London, arms of, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.

Rawlins or Rawlyns :
-, Henry, 1664–5, and . . . . . . (Clarke) his wife, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-, Richard, Warden of Merton College, archway built by, (16) Merton, pp. 76a, 78a.

Rawlinson , John, 1694, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Raymond , Giles, 1675, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Raynold , William, mason employed at Magdalen College, (15), pp. 69a, xxiv.

Read , T., 1667 (?), headstone, (41) Cowley, p. 149b. See also Reed.

Recesses :
-, See also Tomb-recesses under Monuments, Funeral.
-, 13th-century: (41) Cowley, p. 150a; (44) Iffley, p. 154b.
-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (16) Merton, p. 81b.
-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b.
-, Undated: (40) Binsey, p. 149a.

Rectory , Iffley, (258), p. 185a.

Redhead :
-, Ann, daughter of John Redhead, 1697, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, Jane, wife of William Redhead, 1683, head and foot-stones, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, William, 1701, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.

Redmayne , Thomas, master-mason employed at Christ Church, p. xxiv.

Red Sea , Crossing of, representations of: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (28) St. Aldate's (font-cover), pp. 128a, xxviii.

Reed or Rede : see also Read.
-, John, S.T.B., 1521, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.
-, William, Bishop of Chichester, Library built by, (16) Merton, p. 76b.

Religion or Theology : bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a; figures representing: (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a; (23) Trinity, p. 110b.

Reredoses :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 18b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b; (36) St. Michael, p. 143a.
-, 17th-century: (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a; (23) Trinity, p. 111b; (24) University, p. 117a.
-, 18th-century: (27) All Saints, p. 127a; restoration of 14th-century reredos, (17) New College, p. 89a–b; (19) Pembroke, p. 96a; (20) Queen's, p. 99a.

Resurrection of the Dead , carving, (6) All Souls, p. 16a.

Rewley Abbey , see Cistercian under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

Reynell :
-, Arms of, after 1550, see Prideaux.
-, George, 1687, floor-slab, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.

Reynolds :
-, Edmund, indent of brass to, (45) Wolvercote, pp. 154b–155a.
-, Sir Joshua, painter, glass designed by, (17) New College, pp. 84b, 88b.

Rhetoric : representations of, (16) Merton, p. 80b; (22) St. John's, p. 107a.

Ribalta , Francisco, painting by, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.

Ribera , Jose, painting of Deposition after, (8) Brasenose, p. 28b.

Richard , Duke of York, arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry; for blazon, see Armorial.

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

Richards , arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Rivermead , Iffley, (263), p. 185b.

Robert , St., figure representing, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99a.

Robert de St. Remi , see St. Remi.

Robert d'Oilly , see d'Oilly.

Robert of Iffley , alterations to Iffley church by, (44), p. 151b.

Roberts :
-, . . ., 1644, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Benjamin, infant son of Adrian Roberts, 1702–3, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Parnel, wife of Ellis Roberts, 1644, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Thomas, plasterer, ceiling executed by, (22) St. John's, p. 106b.

Robertson , William, butler of Queen's College, 1478, and Joan his wife, brass, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a.

Robinson :
-, Elizabeth, see Baylie.
-, Henry, Bishop of Carlisle, arms of, (20) Queen's, p. 100a; 1616, brass, (20) Queen's, p. 98a.
-, Jane, wife of Thomas Robinson, 1677, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, Richard, Lord Rokeby and Archbishop of Armagh, Canterbury Quadrangle built at expense of, (9) Christ Church, pp. 30a, 48b.
-, Thomas, master-mason, (2), Sheldonian, pp. 10b, xxv.
-, Thomas, smith, screen and gates made by, (17) New College, p. 91a.

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

Roet-Chaucer , arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Rogers , Robert, 1676, monument, (25) Wadham, p. 121b.

Rolfe , William, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Romsey Abbey , relation of design to that of Cathedral, p. xix.

Rondel , Philip, 1598–9, brass, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a.

Roofs :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xx.
-, In Churches and Chapels:
-,-, Collar-beam: 14th-century: (40) Binsey, p. 148b; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b. c. 1400: (43) Headington, p. 151a.
-,-, Hammer-Beam: 15th-century: (6) All Souls Chapel, p. 17b; (8) Brasenose Chapel, pp. 23b, 27b.
-,-, King-post: Late 15th or early 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, pp. 33a, 41b; (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.
-,-, Panelled: 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52b. Late 16th or early 17th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 41a–b. 17th-century: (14) Lincoln, p. 68a.
-,-, Pent: 15th-century: (36) St. Michael, p. 142a.
-,-, Tie-Beam: 15th-century: (6) All Souls Chapel, p. 17b; (42) Cowley, p. 150b; (16) Merton College Chapel (Tower), p. 79a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b. Late 15th or early 16th-century: (40) Binsey, p. 149a; (9) Christ Church, p. 41b. 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 41b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a. Mediæval: (44) Iffley, p. 153b.
-,-, Trussed Rafter: 13th-century: (16) Merton College Chapel, p. 79a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a.
-,-, Unclassified: 14th-century: (42) Cowley, p. 150b. Late 15th or early 16th-century: (44) Iffley, pp. 153b– 154a.
-,-, Stone: 14th-century: (45) Wolvercote (tower), p. 154b. 15th-century: (38) St. Peter in the East (porch), p. 146a.
-, In Colleges, University Buildings, etc. (For College Chapels see under Churches and Chapels above.)
-,-, Collar-Beam: 14th-century: (17) New College, p. 90b. 15th-century: (6) All Souls, pp. 16b, 17a; (10) Corpus Christi, (kitchen), p. 54a; (14) Lincoln, pp. 66b, 67a–b; (19) Pembroke, p. 96b; (69) Tackley's Inn (now Nos. 106 and 107 High Street), p. 165a. c. 1500: (22) St. John's, p. 106a. 16th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 26b; (13) Jesus, p. 63a. Medlæval: (8) Brasenose, p. 26b. 17th-century: (11) Exeter, p. 56b.
-,-, Hammer-Beam: 16th-century: (9) Christ Church (Great Hall), p. 34a; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51a. 17th-century: (13) Jesus, p. 62b; (18) Oriel (Hall), p. 94a; (24) University, p. 117b; (25) Wadham, p. 122a.
-,-, King-Post: 14th-century: (17) New College, p. 91a. 16th-century: (9) Christ Church (kitchen), p. 34b. 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 5b; (9) Christ Church (Deanery), p. 33a; (15) Magdalen, p. 75a.
-,-, Combined King-post and Queen-post: c. 1300: (16) Merton, p. 77b.
-,-, Queen-post: 18th-century: (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a.
-,-, Tie-Beam: 15th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 8b; (14) Lincoln, pp. 64b, 67a; (15) Magdalen, p. 75b; (17) New College, p. 90b. 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51b; (15) Magdalen, p. 74a.
-,-, Trussed-Rafter: c. 1500: (22) St. John's, p. 106a. 16th-century: (16) Merton, p. 82b; (22) St. John's, p. 108a. 17th-century: (18) Oriel, p. 93a.
-,-, Waggon-Form: 14th-century: (17) New College, p. 90a. 15th-century: (26) Worcester, p. 125b.
-,-, Unclassified: 15th-century: (16) Merton (gate-tower), p. 77a–b; (22) St. John's (gate-tower), p. 104b.
-, In Houses:
-,-, Collar-Beam: 15th-century: (79) Beam Hall, p. 166b. Late 16th or early 17th-century: (81) Postmaster's Hall, p. 167a.
-,-, King-post: 15th-century: (118) Ship Street, No. 26, p. 170b.
-,-, Queen-post: Late 15th or early 16th-century: (75) High Street, No. 130, p. 165b.
-, In Barns, etc.:
-,-, King-post: 15th-century: (17) New College, p. 91b.
-,-, Queen-post: 16th century: (48) Oseney Abbey, p. 155b.
-,-, Tie-Beam: 16th-century: (264) Iffley, p. 185b. Late 16th or early 17th-century: (91), p. 168a. Mediæval but undated: (80) Merton College Stables, p. 167a.

Rookery , The, (274), Headington p. 186b.

Rookes , William, 1667–8, monument, (24) University, p. 117a.

Roope , Nicholas, 1613, brass, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.

Rotherham (otherwise Scott), Thomas, Bishop of Lincoln and Archbishop of York: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial under Scott; after 1550, (14) Lincoln, pp. 66a, 68a; part of Lincoln College built by when Bishop of Lincoln, (14), p. 64a.

Rowland , Mary, wife of Richard Rowland, 18th-century floor-slab, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.

Rowney :
-, Henry, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.
-, Thomas: 1694, monument, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b; and Catherine his wife, 1705, John and Catherine his children, 1672, and William his grandson, 1704, floor-slab, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.
-, Thomas, and Elizabeth his wife, inscription with names of, (183) Judge's Lodging, p. 178b.

Royal Oak Inn , see under Inns.

Royse , George, floor-slab, (18) Oriel, p. 93a.

Rubens , Sir Peter Paul, painting of the Adoration of the Shepherds attributed to (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a; School of, painting of the Risen Christ of, (19) Pembroke, p. 96a; painting of the Agony in the Garden of, (26) Worcester, p. 123b.

Rudhall , Abraham, see Bellfounders.

Rudland , Robert, see Glass-painters.

Russell :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, John, Chancellor of the University, Bishop of Lincoln, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; monogram perhaps of, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.
-, Richard, 1681, floor-slab, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.
-, Samuel, 1670, floor-slab, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.
-, William, 1672, floor-slab, (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.

Sackville , Thomas, Earl of Dorset, monument to Sir Thomas Bodley given by, (1) Bodleian, p. 5b.

Saffin , George, 1707, floor-slab, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

St. Alban's Abbey , arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

St. Alban's Hall : (16) Merton, p. 84a; incorporated with Merton College, (16) Merton, p. 84a; re-built, (16) Merton, pp. 77a, 84a.

St. Alban's Church , Wood Street, London, built in Gothic tradition, p. xxii.

St. Aldate's Street : (148)–(155), pp. 174–175; S. Gate of City wall in, (51), p. 161a.

St. Bartholomew's Farm , (251), p. 184a.

St. Bartholomew's Hospital , Cowley: Chapel, (42), p. 150a; buildings forming part of, (251)–(252), p. 184a, b.

St. Bernard's College , (22), p. 103a, b; William Orchard employed at, p. xxiv.

St. Catharine Cree , London, built in Gothic tradition, p. xxii.

St. Clement's Street : (239)–(249), pp. 183–184.

St. Dunstan in the East , London, tower built in Gothic Tradition, p. xxii.

St. Ebbe's Street : (133)–(135), pp. 172–173.

St. Edmund Hall : (21), pp. 100–103; arms of, after 1550, (21), p. 102a, b; craftsmen employed at, p. xxv; N. Chapel of St. Peter in the East used by, (38), p. 143b; Chapel and Library , pp. 101b, 102b; Hall, pp. 101b, 102a.

St. George's Tower , (50), pp. 156b, 158a.

St. Giles Street : (176)–(187), pp. 178–179.

St. John's College : (22), pp. 103–108; arms of, after 1550: (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a; (22) St. John's, pp. 104b, 106b; impaling Laud, (22), p. 104a; bank in garden of, (52), p. 161b; craftsmen employed at, p. xxv; Canterbury Quadrangle , pp. 103b, 106b; Chapel, pp. 103a, 105a; Cook's Building, p. 103b, 106a; Front Quadrangle, pp. 103a, 104a; Hall, pp. 103a, 105b; screen designed by James Gibbs, p. 106a; Holmes Building, p. 103b; Laudian Library, p. 108a; Old or Outer Library, pp. 103b, 108a; President's Lodgings, pp. 105a, 107b; Senior Common Room, p. 106b.

St. John's Hospital , see Monastic and Collegiate Buildings .

Saintloe :
-, Laurence, 1675, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.
-, Mary (Andrews) widow of John Saintloe, 1699, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

St. Margaret's Well , (40) Binsey, p. 149a.

St. Mary Aldermary , London, built in Gothic tradition, p. xxii.

St. Mary's College : site of, (124) Frewin Hall, p. 171b; timber roof of, re-used at Brasenose, (8), pp. 23b, 27b.

St. Mary's Hall : arms of, (18) Oriel, p. 95a; subordinate and eventually united to Oriel College, (18), p. 92a; quadrangle, (18), pp. 94b–95a.

St. Mary and All Saints , College of, known as Lincoln College, (14), p. 63b.

St. Michael's Street : (119)–(123), pp. 170–171; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51) (122) (123), pp. 159b, 171a, b.

St. Remi :
-, Juliana de, Iffley church given to Kenilworth Priory by, (44), p. 151b.
-, Robert de, Iffley church built by, (44), p. 151b.

St. Stephen's Hall , incorporated in Exeter College, (11), p. 54a.

Saire , John, and Ann his wife, cup given by, (36) St. Michael, p. 143a.

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

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

Salome, St. Mary , figures representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a: (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Salutation House , No. 104, High Street, (67), p. 164b.

Samson : and Delilah, figures representing, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b; and the lion: (1) Bodleian (vaulting-boss), p. 6b; stone carving representing, (44) Iffley, p. 153b; stone carving perhaps representing, (15) Magdalen, p. 74b.

Sanders , William, 1696–7 and Dorothy his wife, 1697, (42) Cowley, p. 150b.

Sanderson , Robert, Bishop of Lincoln, arms of, (14) Lincoln, p. 66a.

Sandford (Oxon), font said to have come from, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.

Sandys :
-, Edwin, Archbishop of York, arms of, (1) Bodleian, p. 2a; (17) New College, p. 86a, b.
-, Edwin or Edwyn, 1684–5, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a; floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.
-, Samuel, 1663, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, Ursula, widow of Emanuel Sandys, 1671, and Samuel her son, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Sara , with Tobias, representation of, (35) St. Mary Magdalen (glass), p. 140b.

Sarny , Margaret, 1634, and William, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Sarum Breviary , versicle from matins of the dead, carved on altar-tomb, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.

Saunders , John, Provost of Oriel, initials of, (252), p. 184b.

Savile :
-, George, Earl of Halifax, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Sir Henry, Warden of Merton and formerly Provost of Eton, arms of, (16) Merton, p. 83a, b; additions to college made by, (16), p. 77a; masons brought from Halifax by, p. xxv; 1621–2, monument, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Saviour , St., Chapel dedicated to, see under Dedications.

Say :
-, Arms of, (18) Oriel, p. 93b.
-, Robert, 1691, floor-slab, (18) Oriel, p. 93a.

Sayer :
-, . . . . . ., 17th-century floor-slab, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.
-, Mary, wife of Francis Sayer, 1672, floor-slab, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.
-, Susanna, wife of John Sayer, 1694, monument, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.

Scawen , arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Schmidt , Bernard, organs built by: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Schools :
-, 15th-century: Grammar School, see Magdalen Hall.
-, Early 18th-century: (172) Gate House, p. 177b.

Schools Quadrangle , (1), pp. 1–16; see also Bodleian Library .

Schwarz , Christopher, window representing the Last Judgment said to be from picture by, (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.

Sclater , Eliza, 1693, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Sconces , see Brasswork.

Scott :
-, Sir Gilbert: cathedral restored by, (9) Christ Church, p. 37a; chapel of Exeter College re-built by, (11), p. 54b; restorations at Merton College by, (16), p. 77a; restorations at New College by, (17), p. 85a; additions to University College by, (24), pp. 114b, 117a.
-, Thomas, of Rotherham, Bishop of Lincoln, see Rotherham

Scratchings :
-, See also Masons' Marks.
-, 16th-century: (32) St. Giles, p. 133a.
-, Undated: (44) Iffley, p. 154b.

Screens :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxii; and also under Ironwork.
-, 14th-century: (17) New College (chapel), p. 89b.
-, 15th-century: (36) St. Michael (incorporated in organ-case), p. 143a.
-, 16th-century: (16) Merton, p. 83a; (17) New College (hall), p. 87a.
-, 17th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 18b; (7) Balliol (portions only), p. 22a; (8) Brasenose, (Hall) p. 26b, (Chapel), p. 29a; (10) Corpus Christi (Chapel), p. 53b; (42) Cowley, p. 150b; (11) Exeter, p. 56b; (13) Jesus (chapel), p. 62a, (Hall), p. 62b; (14) Lincoln (Hall), p. 66b, (Chapel), p. 68b; (15) Magdalen, (Hall), p. 73b; (16) Merton, pp. 82b, 83a; vases and cartouches from, (16) Merton, p. 83b; (18) Oriel (chapel), p. 93b; (Provost's Lodging), p. 94b; (St. Mary's Hall), p. 95a; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102b; (23) Trinity (Chapel), p. 111b; (Hall), p. 113a; (24) University (Chapel), p. 117b; (25) Wadham (Chapel), p. 121b; (Hall), p. 122a.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (10) Corpus Christi (Hall), p. 51a; (14) Lincoln, p. 66b.
-, 18th-century: (17) New College (iron), pp. 84b, 91a; (19) Pembroke (Chapel), p. 96a; (20) Queen's (Chapel), p. 99a; (22) St. John's (Hall) (stone), pp. 103b, 106a.

Scudamore , John, Viscount, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Sculptors : see also Sectional Preface, p. xxv; see Bird, Francis; Blackshaw, John; Bushnell, John; Cheere, Sir Henry; Cibber, Caius Gabriel; Davis, Hugh; Hill, T.; Latham, I.; Lesueur, Hubert; Massingham, John; Stanton, William; Stone, John; Stone, Nicholas; Vanderstein, . . . . . .

Seaman , Katherine, see West.

Seating :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, Benches, Bench-ends, Pews, etc.:
-,-, 16th-century: (16) Merton, p. 83a.
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, pp. 5a, 9a, b; (11) Exeter, pp. 56b, 57b; (13) Jesus, p. 63b; (28) St. Aldate, p. 128b; (32) St. Giles, p. 133a; (22) St. John's, p. 108a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a, b; (23) Trinity, p. 112a; (25) Wadham (box-pews), p. 121b.
-,-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.
-, Chairs:
-,-, See under Furniture.
-, Coffin-stools:
-,-, 17th-century: (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.
-, Desks:
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 9a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12b.
-, Misericordes:
-,-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (17) New College, p. 89b.
-,-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, pp. 18–19; (15) Magdalen, p. 72b.
-,-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b.
-,-, 17th-century: (14) Lincoln, p. 68b.
-, Popey-Heads:
-,-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 19a.
-,-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b.
-, Stalls:
-,-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b.
-,-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 18b; (15) Magdalen, p. 72b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b.
-,-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b.
-,-, 17th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 29a; (10) Corpus Christi, 53b; (14) Lincoln, p. 68b; (17) New College, p. 90a; (18) Oriel, p. 93b; (21) St. Edmund Hall, pp. 102b–103a; (23) Trinity, p. 112a; (24) University, p. 117b; (25) Wadham, p. 121b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (19) Pembroke, p. 96a; (20) Queen's, p. 99a.
-,-, Modern but incorporating old material: (27) All Saints, p. 127a; (17) New College, p. 89b.
-, Thrones or Seats, Vice-Chancellor's:
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 9b; (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12b.

Sebastian , St., figure representing, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b.

Seborne , Ann, 1675–6, and Ferdinando Seborne, her husband, 1685 (?), monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Sedgeley , Thomas, 1714, Elizabeth his wife, 1697, and Elizabeth, 1722, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Sedilia :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, 12th-century: (32) St. Giles (re-set), p. 133a.
-, 13th-century: (44) Iffley, p. 154b.
-, 14th-century: (43) Headington, p. 151b.
-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 18b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b; (36) St. Michael, p. 143a.
-, 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53b.
-, Modern restoration: (17) New College, p. 89b.

Seraphim , figures of: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 17b; (1) Bodleian, p. 8a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80a; (17) New College (glass), p. 88b; (36) St. Michael (glass), p. 142b.

Sergeant , Thomas, LL.D., 1708, floor-slab, (6) All Souls, p. 18b.

Serpent, The Brazen , representations of: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Serving-Hatches , see under Doors.

Seth , figure representing, (17) New College (glass), p. 88b.

Sever , Henry, S.T.P., Warden of Merton: arms of, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; 1471, brass, (16) Merton, p. 79b; top stage of tower said to have been added by, (30) St. Cross, p. 129a.

Seymour or Seymor :
-, Arms of, see Wadham, Sir Nicholas.
-, Edward, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Gabriel, flagon given by, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.

Sharman , Dan (?), 1679, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Sharrock , Robert, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Shaw , Thomas, part of St. Edmund Hall re-built by, (21), p. 101b.

Sheldon :
-, Arms of, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a.
-, Gilbert, Archbishop of Canterbury, Sheldonian Theatre built by, (2), p. 10b; arms of, (2) Sheldonian, p. 10b; figure of, (2) Sheldonian, p. 10b; monogram of, (2) Sheldonian, pp. 10b, 11a.

Sheldonian Theatre : (2), pp. 10–12; craftsmen employed at, p. 10b.

Sherborn , Robert, Bishop of Chichester; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; building of Cloister and additions to priory by, (9) Christ Church, pp. 29b, 46a, 47a.

Sherborne Arms see under Inns.

Sherland , Sir Robert, arms of, before 1550, see Ravenscroft under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Shingleton , Robert, 1577, brass, (22) St. John's, p. 105a.

Ship Street : (109)–(118), p. 170; city wall and bastions in, (51), pp. 159b, 170.

Shirley , Robert, Lord Ferrers, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Short , Lawrence, 1671, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Shortgrave , Robert, 1713, floor-slab, (25) Wadham, p. 121b.

Shuckborough , Sir Charles, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Sidwell (Sativola), St., figure representing, (6) All Souls, (glass), p. 18a.

Silly , Thomas, 1643, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Simeon , Geoffrey, monogram of, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.

Simon , St., figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College, p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

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

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

Skirlaw :
-, Arms of, after 1550, (24) University, pp. 116a, 117a.
-, Walter, Bishop of Durham, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Slater , Richard, and John his son, 1680, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Slythurst , Richard, initials of, (24) University, p. 116b.

Smith, Smyth or Smythe :
-, Arms of, (18) Oriel, p. 94a.
-, "Artificer," (9) Christ Church, pp. 29b, xxv.
-, Dr., arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.
-, Ann, wife of Harmar Smith, 1664, headstone, (41) Cowley, p. 149b.
-, Bernard, see Schmidt.
-, Edmund, 1692–3, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.
-, Henry, 1640, monument, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.
-, General Sir John, 1644, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 45a–b.
-, John, cup repaired by, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.
-, John, 1659, and Alice his wife, 1678, monument, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.
-, Oliver, Mayor of Oxford, arms of, (19) Pembroke, p. 96b; addition to Nos. 1 and 2 Brewer Street made by, (156), p. 175b.
-, Robert, enclosure wall built by, (25) Wadham, p. 123a.
-, Sebastian, S.T.P., 1674, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b; and Dorothy his wife, 1683, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.
-, Thomas, Bishop of Carlisle, arms of, (27) All Saints, p. 125b; (20) Queen's, p. 99b.
-, Thomas, and Margaret (Wilmot) his wife, arms of, (154), p. 175b; Old Palace built by, (154), p. 175a.
-, William, Bishop of Lincoln, co-founder of Brasenose College, (8), p. 23a; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, (8) Brasenose, pp. 25a, 26a, b, 29a; (14) Lincoln, p. 68a; bust of, (8) Brasenose, p. 26b; figure of, (8) Brasenose (glass), p. 26b; carved head perhaps of, (8) Brasenose, p. 26b.
-, William, 1580–1, brass, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140a.
-, William, 1705, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.

Smythies , William, 1661, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.

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

Snell , arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Sodom and Gomorrah , Burning of, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.

Soltre , Andrew de, indent of brass of, (9) Christ Church, p. 42a.

Somerset , Charles, Marquess of Worcester, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Sondes , Thomas, 1478, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b; arms of, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Sonnborn , Johan, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Sonnibanck , Elizabeth, see Langbaine.

Souch , Mary, daughter of John Souch, 1640, floor-slab, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.

Southfield Farm , barn at, (253), p. 184b.

South Park Road , civil war earthworks in neighbourhood of, (52), p. 161b.

Southworth , William, monogram perhaps of, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.

Spain , arms of, see Royal Arms (Foreign) under Heraldry.

Sparke , Edward, 1675, monument and floor-slab, (22) St. John's, p. 105b.

Specot , arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Spekynton , Richard, J.U.B., 1490–1, brass, (6) All Souls, p. 17b.

Spencer or Spenser :
-, John, President of Corpus Christi, 1614, bust of, (10), p. 53a.
-, Richard, monument to infant children of, Robert 1644–5 and John, 1643–4, (16) Merton, p. 80b.
-, Robert, Earl of Sunderland, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Sprot , Edward, walling built by, (22) St. John's, p 108b.

Sprunt , John, 1419, and Alice his wife, brass, (37) St. Peter le Bailey, p. 143a.

Squints :
-, 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 76a.
-, Mediæval and undated: (49) Godstow Abbey, p. 156a; (16) Merton, p. 78b.

Squire :
-, Arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.
-, John, 1714, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.

Stables :
-, Mediæval: (80) Merton College Stables, p. 167a.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: (91), p. 168a.

Stafford :
-, Edmund, Bishop of Exeter, arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 57a.
-, Margaret, arms of, see Erdeswick, Thomas.

Stafford Knot , represented on bosses, (1) Bodleain, pp. 6b, 7b.

Staircases :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii.
-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 32b; (22) St. John's, pp. 104b, 105a.
-, Late 16th or early 17th-century: (16) Merton, p. 82b; (125) New Inn Hall Street, No. 1, p. 172a.
-, 17th-century: (79) Beam Hall, p. 166b; (1) Bodleian, p. 5b; (8) Brasenose, pp. 25b, 26a; (9) Christ Church, pp. 32b, 33a; (11) Exeter, p. 56a; (124) Frewin Hall, pp. 171b, 172a; (103) Golden Cross Hotel, p. 169b; (63) High Street, Nos. 86 and 87, p. 163b; (64), Do. No. 90, p. 163b; (202) Holywell, No. 29, p. 181a; (203) Do. No. 28, p. 181a; (206) Do. No. 20, p. 181a; (207) Do. No. 17, p. 181b; (13) Jesus, p. 63b; (78) Kemp Hall, p. 166b; (16) Merton, pp. 78a, 82a, 84a; (83) Merton Street, No. 14 p. 167b; (54) Mitre Hotel, p. 162a; (17) New College, p. 85b; (126) New Inn Hall Street, No. 5, p. 172a; (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14b; (18) Oriel, pp. 92b, 93a, 94a, b; (19) Pembroke, pp. 95b, 96b; (139) Pembroke Street, Nos. 13 and 14, p. 173b; (20) Queen's, pp. 97b, 100b; (155) St. Aldate's Street, No. 92, p. 175b; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 103a; (179) St. Giles Street, No. 43, p. 178a; (22) St. John's, pp. 105a, 106a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12a; (23) Trinity, pp. 110b, 112b, 113b, 114a; (24) University, p. 118a; (25) Wadham, pp. 120a, 122b.
-, Late 17th or early 18th-century: (184) Black Hall, p. 179a; (9) Christ Church, p. 47b; (163) Greyfriars, p. 176b; (62) High Street, No. 85, p. 163a; (260) Manor House, Iffley, p. 185b; (13) Jesus, p. 62a; (17) New College, pp. 85b, 91a; (18) Oriel, pp. 92b, 93a; (153) St. Aldate's Street, No. 84, p. 175a; (180) St. Giles Street, No. 41, p. 178a.
-, Early 18th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 19b; (191) Broad Street, No. 21, p. 180a; (194) Do. No. 51, p. 180a; (9) Christ Church, p. 48a; (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 50b, 51b, 53b; (11) Exeter, pp. 56a, 57a; (163) Greyfriars, p. 177a; (57) High Street, No. 34, p. 162b; (63) Do. Nos. 86 and 87, p. 163b; (72) Do. No. 119, p. 165a; (161) Holy Trinity Vicarage, p. 176b; (215) Holywell, No. 6, p. 181b; (218) Do. No. 3, p. 182a; (183) Judge's Lodging, p. 179a; (196) King's Arms, p. 180b; (14) Lincoln, p. 66a; (89) Magpie Lane, No. 3, p. 168a; (90) Do. No. 5, p. 168a; (17) New College, p. 85b; (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; (92) Oriel Street, Nos. 4 and 5, p. 168a; (146) Pembroke Street, No. 39, p. 174a; (20) Queen's, pp. 97b, 100b; (123), St. Michael's Street, No. 24, p. 171b; (247) Stone's Almshouses, p. 184a; (122) Vanbrugh House, p. 171a.

Stalls , see under Seating.

Stamford , Earl of, see Grey.

Stamford (Lincs.), "Brasen Nose" brought from, p. 26b.

Stamp , Katherine, see Jackson.

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

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

Stanley , Roger, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Stanton , William, Holloway monument by, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137a.

Stanwell , arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Staple of Calais , see under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Stapledon Hall , original name of Exeter College, (11), p. 54a.

Stapledon , Walter de, Bishop of Exeter, Exeter College founded by, (11), p. 54a.

Stapleton :
-, Arms of, impaling Petre, (11) Exeter, p. 56b.
-, Joyce, see Hardinge.

Starkie , arms of (?), (8) Brasenose, p. 26a.

Statues :
-, See also Sectional Preface, pp. xxv-xxvi; and also Bronzework and Leadwork.
-, Alfred, King: (24) University, pp. 116a, 118a.
-, Anne, Queen: (9) Christ Church, p. 31a; (24) University, p. 116a.
-, Barlow, Bishop of Lincoln: (20) Queen's, p. 99b.
-, Butler, James, Duke of Ormonde: (2) Sheldonian, p. 10b.
-, Caroline, Queen: (20) Queen's, p. 97b.
-, Charles I: (5) Botanic Garden, p. 15a; (20) Queen's, p. 99b; (22) St. John's, p. 107a.
-, Charles II: (5) Botanic Garden, p. 15a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 11a.
-, Chichele, Archbishop: (6) All Souls, pp. 16a, b.
-, Codrington, Christopher: (6) All Souls, p. 19b.
-, Edward III: (20) Queen's, p. 99b.
-, Eglesfield, Robert de: (20) Queen's, p. 99b.
-, Henrietta Maria, Queen: (20) Queen's, p. 99b; (22) St. John's, p. 106b.
-, Henry VI: (6) All Souls, p. 16a, b.
-, James I: (25) Wadham, p. 122a.
-, James II: (24) University, p. 116a.
-, Lamplugh, Archbishop of York: (20) Queen's, p. 99b.
-, Mary II: (24) University, p. 118a.
-, Philippa of Hainault: (20) Queen's, pp. 99b, 100a, b.
-, Pope, Sir Thomas: (23) Trinity, p. 113a.
-, Radcliffe, Dr. John: (24) University, p. 118a.
-, Sciences, figures of: (23) Trinity, p. 110b.
-, Sheldon, Archbishop: (2) Sheldonian, p. 10b.
-, Wadham, Sir Nicholas and Dorothy (Petre) his wife, (25) Wadham, p. 122a.
-, Williamson, Sir Joseph: figure representing, (20) Queen's, p. 99b.
-, Wolsey, Cardinal (erected 1719): (9) Christ Church, p. 30b.
-, Busts: see also under Effigies, Monumental.
-,-, Arts and Sciences: (22) St. John's, p. 107a.
-,-, Charles I: (22) St. John's, p. 108a.
-,-, Clarendon, Lord: (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a.
-,-, Danby, Lord: (5) Botanic Garden, p. 15a.
-,-, Fellows of All Souls, (6), p. 19b.
-,-, Laud, Archbishop: (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a.
-,-, Philippa, Queen: (20) Queen's, p. 97b.
-,-, Philosophers: (4) Old Clarendon Building, p. 14a; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12b.
-,-, Smyth, William, Bishop of Lincoln, (8) Brasenose, p. 26b.
-,-, Sutton, Sir Richard: (8) Brasenose, p. 26b.
-,-, Virtues: (22) St. John's, p. 107a.

Staunton Harold Chapel , survival of Gothic form, p. xxii.

Staves , Vergers', see under Plate, Church.

Steiner von Kalttbriinnen , Heinrich, and Anna Musslin his wife, figures of, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113a.

Stephen , St.: figures representing: (27) All Saints (font), p. 126a; (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Stephen :
-, Henry, 17.., floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-, Thomas, monogram perhaps of, (1) Bodleian, p. 7b.

Stevens , Mary (Boulte), 1680, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Steyner (?), John, name inscribed on stone, (9) Christ Church, p. 31b.

Stoakes , Gilbert, 1654, floor-slab, (25) Wadham, p. 121b.

Stoke , Headington, (275), p. 186b.

Stokesley , John, Bishop of London, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Stone :
-, John, monument to Sir John Banks by, (9) Christ Church, pp. 44a, xxv.
-, Nicholas, gateways designed by, (5) Botanic Garden, pp. 15a, xxiii; monuments by, (15) Magdalen, pp. 72a, xxv; (16) Merton, pp. 80b, xxv; (17) New College, pp. 89a, xxv; South Porch designed by, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, pp. 133b, xxiii.
-, Rev. William, Principal of New Inn Hall, 1685, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b; almshouses founded by executors of, (247), p. 183b.

Stonehouse , John, 1699, floor-slab, (18) Oriel, p. 93a.

Stone's Almshouses , (247), p. 183b.

Stonesfield , stone slates from, p. xviii.

Stoups :
-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 19a; (16) Merton, p. 81b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-, 16th-century: (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.
-, Mediæval but undated: (6) All Souls, p. 17a; (32) St. Giles, p. 133a.

Strangways :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; after 1550, (25) Wadham, pp. 121a, 122b.
-, Sir John, glass given by, (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Stratford :
-, John, Archbishop of Canterbury, figure representing, (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a.
-, Dr. William, church plate given to Christ Church by, (9), p. 45b.

Streater , Robert: painting of Last Judgment by, (6) All Souls, p. 18b; ceiling of Sheldonian painted by, (2), pp. 10b, 12a.

Strode , Arthur, 1612, brass, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.

Strong or Stronge :
-, John, 1625, brass, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a.
-, Thomas, mason, employed at Trinity College, p. xxv.

Stubbs :
-, Arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; rebus of, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a.
-, Lawrence, S.T.P., figures representing, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; glass given to Balliol College by, (7), p. 22a.
-, Richard, figures representing, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a.

Süderman , Christian, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Suffolk , Earl of, see Howard.

Summer Houses :
-, Early 18th-century: (16) Merton, p. 84a; (20) Queen's, p. 100b.

Sunbanke , Charles, name inscribed in glass, (9) Christ Church, p. 42b.

Sunderland , Earl of, see Spencer.

Sundials :
-, 16th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51b.
-, 17th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 19a; (5) Botanic Garden, p. 15a; (43) Headington, p. 151a–b.
-, 18th-century: (8) Brasenose, p. 25b; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102a.
-, Scratch-dials: (41) Cowley, p. 150a.

Suten , Elizabeth, 1643, floor-slab, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.

Sutton :
-, Arms of, (8) Brasenose, p. 25a; (23) Trinity, p. 111a.
-, Alexander, Prior, 1316, effigy of, (9) Christ Church, p. 43b.
-, Sir Richard, arms of, (8) Brasenose, pp. 25a, 26a, 29a, co-founder of Brasenose College, (8), p. 23a; bust of, (8) Brasenose, p. 26b; figure of, (8) Brasenose (glass), p. 26b; carved head perhaps of, (8) Brasenose, p. 26b.

Swayne :
-, Abraham, see Bayley, Thomas.
-, Richard, 1634, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Swinbrook Church, Fettiplace monument signed by William Bird, p. xxv.

Swithun , St., figures representing, (15) Magdalen, pp. 70b, 71a; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.

Sykes , Thomas, 1705, floor-slab, (23) Trinity, p. 111b.

Symes , John, 1687, floor-slab, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Symmonds , George, 1704, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Tables , see Furniture and also Communion Tables.

Tacitus , figure of, (16) Merton (monument), p. 81a.

Tackley , effigy said to have been brought from, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.

Tackley's Inn (Nos. 106 and 107 High Street), (69), pp. 164b, xxvi.

Takeley Priory , Essex, carved panels said to have come from, (28) St. Aldate, p. 128b.

Talbot :
-, Arms of (?), see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, William, Bishop of Oxford, (27) All Saints, p. 125b.

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

Tapestries , Flemish, 16th-century, (15) Magdalen, p. 75b.

Tatleton , John, tenant of No. 3 Cornmarket Street, (102), p. 169a.

Tawny (?), Richard, floor-slab, c. 1700, (40) Binsey, p. 149a.

Taylor, Tayler, or Taylour :
-, Constance, see Almont.
-, Elizabeth, wife of William Taylour, 1711–2, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.
-, George, 1697 (or 67), floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.
-, John, Provost of Oriel arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, John, 1686, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.
-, Philip, 1698–9, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Taynton Quarries , building stone from, pp. 15a, xviii, xxv.

Temperance , bust representing, (22) St. John's, p. 107a.

Temple Street , Cowley, house in, (256), p. 185a.

Tennis-court , covered, remains of, (92) Oriel Street, p. 168a.

Terrell , William, 1712, floor-slab, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.

Tesdale , Thomas, part of cost of founding Pembroke College borne by, (19), p. 95 b.

Thame , building stone from, p. xviii.

Thatched Cottage , Iffley, (261), p. 185b.

Thelwall , Sir Eubule: arms of, (13) Jesus, p. 62a; Chapel of Jesus College built by, (13), p. 60a; 1630, monument, (13) Jesus, p. 62a.

Theodosia , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Theology , figures representing, see Religion.

Thistlewaite , arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Thomas , St.: chapel of, (36) St. Michael, p. 141a; figures representing: (6) All Souls (glass), p. 18a; (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (16) Merton (brass), p. 79b; (glass), p. 80b; (17) New College (glass), p. 88b; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Thomas of Canterbury , St., or St. Thomas the Martyr: buildings dedicated to, see under Dedications; figure ascribed to, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b; martyrdom of, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b; represented with the King of France, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 4a; Henry II at shrine of, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 4b.

Thomas of Hereford , St., figure representing, (16) Merton (glass), p. 80b.

Thomas :
-, Name painted on panelling, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51b.
-, John, Bishop of Winchester, arms of, (17) New College (glass), p. 91b.
-, William, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Thomson , Michael, 1700, floor-slab, (9) Christ Church, p. 45a.

Thornhill , Sir James: painting by Robert Streater repainted by, (6) All Souls, p. 18b; screen in All Souls College Chapel altered by, (6), p. 18b; painted ceiling by, (20) Queen's, p. 98a.

Thornton :
-, Thomas, 1613, brass, (9) Christ Church, p. 41b.
-, William, part of Hart Hall possibly built by, (12), p. 57b.

Thynne , Thomas, Viscount Weymouth, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.

Tibarde , William, S.T.B., 1480, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Tiles :
-, Slip-tiles:
-,-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45b; (17) New College, p. 86a.
-,-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 19a.
-,-, Mediæval and undated: (284) from Beaumont Palace, p. 187a; (15) Magdalen, p. 73a; (16) Merton, pp. 81b, 83a; (20) Queen's, p. 100b.

Tilly , Samuell, 1712, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Tillyard , William, 1587, Peter Pory, 1610, Elizabeth, widow of both, 1621, and John, Edward, Christopher, Mary and Elizabeth, her children, brass, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b.

Time , figure representing, (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Timothy , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Tintoretto , painting of school of, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Tipping :
-, James, 1700, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.
-, John, 1688–9, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.
-, Lucretia, see Carter.

Titus , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Tobias , scenes from the life of, (35) St. Mary Magdalen (glass), p. 140b.

Tokot , Johannes, name inscribed in glass, (23) Trinity, p. 112b.

Tolson :
-, Arms of, (18) Oriel, p. 94a.
-, John, portrait of, (glass), (18) Oriel, p. 94b.

Tombs and Tomb-slabs , see Monuments, Funeral.

Tombes (?),. . . ., daughter of Robert Tombes (?), 1660, headstone, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147a.

Tomlinson , Culpepper, 1711–2, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Toone , Stephen, 1681, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Torksey , John, 1702, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Tour, De la , arms of, before 1550, see Russell under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Tower Cottage , (222), p. 182a.

Tower of London , outer enclosure wall similar to that at Oxford, (51), p. 160b.

Towneshend , Rowland, J. C. D., 1685, floor-slab, (6) All Souls, p. 18b.

Town Hall : crypt under, (148), p. 174a; figures of quarterboys in, (33) St. Martin Carfax, p. 133a; pre-conquest fragment of tomb-slab from, p. xix.

Tradescant Collection , see Ashmole, Elias.

Traffles , Richard, 1703, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Tree of Life , carving representing, (64) High Street, No. 90, p. 164a.

Trelawney , Sir Jonathan, Bart., Bishop of Exeter and Winchester: arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a; statue of Cardinal Wolsey erected by, (9) Christ Church, p. 30b.

Trill Mill Stream , culvert of, perhaps mediæval, (46), p. 155a.

Trinity , The, representations of: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (1) Bodleian (boss), p. 7a; (44) Iffley (indent) ?, p. 154a; (34) Mary St. the Virgin, (indent), p. 137a.

Trinity College : (23), pp. xxi, xxii, xxiii, 108–114; arms of, (23) Trinity, pp. 110a, b, 114a; craftsmen employed at, p. xxv; figure of St. Michael from New College at, (17), pp. 86b, 112a; work of Sir Christopher Wren at, pp. xxiii, 108b, 110a; Chapel, pp. 110a, xxi, xxiii; Durham Quadrangle, p. 110a; Garden Quadrangle, pp. xxiii, 108b, 113b; Hall, pp. 108b, 110a, 113a; Kettell Hall, pp. 108b, 114a; Kitchen Wing, pp. 110a, 113b; Old Library, (23), pp. 108b, 112b.

Trout Inn , see under Inns.

Truth , figure representing, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2b.

Tubman , Mary, wife of George Tubman, 1700, floor-slab, (42) Cowley, p. 150b.

Tubney House (Berks.), glass brought from, (15) Magdalen, p. 73a.

Tudor badges , see Badges under Heraldry.

Tullie or Tully :
-, Arms of, after 1550, (8) Brasenose, p. 25a.
-, Thomas, alterations to St. Edmund Hall by, (21), p. 101b.

Turf Tavern , see under Inns.

Turl Street : (99)–(101), pp. 168b–169a; city wall in neighbourhood of, (51), p. 159b.

Turnbull , Charles, sundial erected by, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 51b.

Turner :
-, John, see King, Judeth.
-, Margaret (Windebank), wife of Samuel Turner, Dean of Canterbury, 1692, and William Turner her son, Archdeacon of Northumberland, 1685, floor-slab, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.
-, Thomas, President of Corpus Christi, arms of, (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 51a, 53b; additions to college made by, (10), p. 50a; 1714, monument and floor-slab, (10), p. 53a.

Tutte , Thomas, 1693, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.

Tylcoke , William, 1578, monument, (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.

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

Ulflete , Walter de, 14th-century floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

undercrofts , see Crypts.

University , The, see Oxford University.

University Chest , Office of, Pulpit hangings now in, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138b.

University College : (24), pp. xxi, xxiii, 114–118; arms of, (24), p. 116a; craftsmen employed at, p. xxv; Chapel, pp. 114b, 117a; Durham Building, p. 114b; Hall, pp. 114b, 117b; Kitchen wing, pp. 114b, 118a; Library, p. 114b; Main Quadrangle, p. 116a; Master's Lodging, p. 114b; Radcliffe Quadrangle, pp. 114b, 118a; Senior Common Room , p. 116b; Shelley Memorial, p. 114b.

Upton , John, 1686, monument and floor-slab, (25) Wadham, p. 121a, b.

Urban Hall , incorporated in Corpus Christi College, (10), pp. 48b, 54a.

Ursula , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 72a.

Vanbrugh , Sir John: work in Oxford by, p. xxiv; influence on desing of Queen's College, (20), p. 97a; Vanbrugh House remodelled by, (122), pp. 171a, xxiv, xxvii.

Vanbrugh House , (122), pp. 171a, xxiv, xxvii.

Vanderstein , statues by, (20) Queen's, pp. 99b, xxvi.

Van Linge :
-, Abraham, see under Glass Painters.
-, Barnard, see under Glass Painters.

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

Vaulting :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xx; and Plaster Vaulting under Ceilings.
-, Barrel:
-,-, 12th-century: (9) Christ Church, pp. 37b, 40b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 144a.
-,-, Mediæval but undated: (124) Frewin Hall, pp. 171b, 172a.
-,-, 17th-century: (5) Botanic Garden, p. 15b; (8) Brasenose, p. 27a; (11) Exeter, p. 57a; (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14b; (25) Wadham, p. 123a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; (20) Queen's, p. 98a.
-,-, Ribbed: 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 73a.
-, Brick:
-,-, 17th-century: (11) Exeter (groined), p. 57a; (13) Jesus, p. 62b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (20) Queen's, p. 99b.
-, Domed:
-,-, Early 18th-century: (11) Exeter, p. 56a; (20) Queen's, p. 98a.
-, Fan-vaulting: see also Sectional Preface, pp. xxii, xxiii.
-,-, 15th-century: (6) All Souls, pp. 16b, 17a; (9) Christ Church (chantry chapel), p. 43a; (15) Magdalen, p. 71a.
-,-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church (oriel of Hall), p. 34a.
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 9a, b; (9) Christ Church, pp. 31a, 33a, b; (18) Oriel, p. 92b; (22) St. John's, pp. 105a, 107b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136b; (24) University, p. 116a; (25) Wadham, p. 120a.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (24) University, p. 118a.
-,-, Modern or much restored: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 50a.
-, Groined:
-,-, 12th-century: (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 143b.
-,-, 13th-century: (54) Mitre Hotel, p. 162a.
-,-, 17th-century: (25) Wadham, p. 122b.
-,-, Early 18th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 16a; (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a; (24) University, p. 118a.
-, Ribbed:
-,-, 13th-century: (50) Castle, p. 158a.
-,-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church (canopied altar-tomb), p. 43b.
-,-, 15th-century: (9) Christ Church (chantry chapel), p. 43b; (11) Exeter, p. 57a; (124) Frewin Hall (remains only), p. 172a; (15) Magdalen (Muniment Tower), p. 73a; (22) St. John's, p. 104a.
-,-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 4a.
-,-, Lierne: 14th-century: (17) New College, p. 86a. 15th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 6a; (9) Christ Church (Presbytery), pp. 35b, 37b–38a; (cloister), p. 46a; (15) Magdalen (Founder's Tower), p. 75a. c. 1500: (16) Merton, p. 78a. 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, pp. 2a, 5a. Largely modern: (6) All Souls, p. 16a.
-,-, Quadripartite: 12th-century: (9) Christ Church (Nave, S. Aisle), p. 41a; (Presbytery, N. Aisle), p. 38a; (Presbytery, S. Aisle), p. 39a; (N. Transept Aisles), p. 40a; (S. Transept), p. 40b; (S. Transept Aisle), p. 40b; (44) Iffley, p. 152b; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 145a. 13th-century: (9) Christ Church (Lady Chapel), p. 38b; (chapter-house), p. 46b; (44) Iffley, p. 152a; (54) Mitre Hotel, p. 162a. 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 38b; (16) Merton, pp. 81b, 82b; (17) New College, pp. 85a, 86a, 90b; (28) St. Aldate's church, p. 127b; (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 136a; (69) Tackley's Inn (now Nos. 106 and 107 High Street), p. 164b. 15th-century: (6) All Souls, p. 19a; (22) St. John's, pp. 104a, 106a; (148) Town Hall Crypt, p. 174a.
-,-, Sexpartite: 14th-century: (9) Christ Church (Latin Chapel), p. 38b.
-,-, Miscellaneous: 13th-century: (36) St. Michael, p. 142a. 15th-century: (16) Merton, p. 78a; (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a. c. 1500: (16) Merton (gatehouse), p. 77a.
-, Segmental:
-,-, Early 18th-century: (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53b.
-, Segmental-pointed:
-,-, 16th-century: (16) Merton, p. 78a.

Vawdrey , Ralph, 1478, brass, (15) Magdalen, p. 71b.

Venn , K., flagon given by, (30) St. Cross, p. 130a.

Vere , Joan, see Norreys, Sir William; arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Verney , Compton, 1689, monument, (35) St. Mary Magdalen, p. 140b.

Veronica , St., with vernicle, representation of, (1) Bodleian (boss), p. 7b.

Veronese , see Bonifazio.

Vertue , William, mason, (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 48b, xxiv.

Veysey , John, (otherwise Harman), Bishop of Exeter, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Villiers :
-, Arms of, after 1550, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a.
-, William, Viscount Grandison, 1643, monument, (9) Christ Church, pp. 44a, xxvi.

Virgins, The Wise , representation of, (17) New College (glass), p. 88a.

Virtues , figures representing: (17) New College (glass), p. 88a; (23) Trinity (glass), p. 113a; (25) Wadham, p. 121a.

Vivian :
-, Arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a, b.
-, John, lectern given to Exeter College by, (11), p. 56b.

Wadham :
-, Dorothy (Petre), portraits of, (25) Wadham, pp. 122b, 123a; see also Sir Nicholas below.
-, Sir Nicholas, arms of, quartering Chesildon, Popham and Achard, the whole impaling Seymour, (25) Wadham, p. 122b.
-, Sir Nicholas, arms of, (25) Wadham, pp. 121a, b, 122a, b; portrait of, (25) Wadham, p. 123a; and Dorothy (Petre) his wife, Wadham College founded by, (25), p. 118a; figures of, (25) Wadham, pp. 122a, xxv; names inscribed on panel, (25) Wadham, p. 121b.

Wadham College : (25), pp. xxii, xxiii 118–123; arms of: (25) Wadham, pp. 120a, b, 121a, b, 122a, b, 123a; (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a; building stone used at, p. xviii; civil war earthworks in neighbourhood of, (52), p. 161b; craftsmen employed at, pp. 118b, xxv; Chapel, pp. 118b, 120a; Cloister, p. 122b; Hall, p. 121b; Kitchen and Library Wing , pp. 122b–123a; Main Quadrangle, p. 118b; Senior Common Room, p. 122b; Warden's Lodging , pp. 118b, 120a.

Wadham Cottage , (195), p. 180a.

Wainfleet , All Saints church, monument to Richard Patten formerly in, (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.

Wainfleet , William, see William of Waynflete.

Wake , Walter, 1451–2, brass, (17) New College, p. 87b.

Walker :
-, Betteris, 1667–8, headstone, (41) Cowley, p. 149b.
-, Richard, 1704, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.

Wall , John, S.T.D., 1666, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Walling, Enclosure :
-, See City Wall and Gates.
-, 14th or 15th-century: (17) New College, p. 91b.
-, 15th-century: (15) Magdalen, p. 76a.
-, 16th-century: (22) St. John's, p. 104a.
-, Mediæval: (49) Godstow Abbey, p. 156a, b; (46) Greyfriars, p. 155a; (48) Oseney Abbey, p. 155b; (47) Rewley Abbey, p. 155b.
-, 17th-century: (5) Botanic Garden, p. 14b; (4) Old Ashmolean Building, p. 14a; (22) St. John's, p. 108b; (2) Sheldonian, p. 12b; (25) Wadham, p. 123a.
-, Early 18th-century: (183) Judge's Lodging, p. 178b; (3) Old Clarendon Building, p. 13a.
-, Undated: (18) Oriel, p. 95a; (274) The Rookery, Headington, p. 186b.

Wallis , John, 1703, monument with bust, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Wall-Paintings :
-, See also Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, 13th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a.
-, 13th-century or later: (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.
-, Late 13th or early 14th-century: (32) St. Giles (Consecration cross), p. 132b.
-, 14th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a.
-, 15th-century: (34) St. Mary the Virgin (Consecration cross), p. 137a.
-, 16th-century: (9) Christ Church, p. 45a; (102) Cornmarket Street, No. 3, p. 169a; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 102a; (22) St. John's, pp. 104b, 106a.
-, Mediæval: (44) Iffley (Consecration crosses), p. 154a.
-, 17th-century: (1) Bodleian, p. 5b; (8) Brasenose, p. 25b; (10) Corpus Christi, p. 52a; (24) University, p. 117a; (25) Wadham, p. 120a.
-, Undated: (104) Cornmarket Street, Nos. 26 and 27, p. 169b.

Wallwyn , Walter, 1640, monument, (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.

Walrond , John, 1602, brass, (9) Christ Church, p. 42a.

Walter :
-, David, son of Sir John Walter, 1679, monument with bust, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Sir John, 1630, and Margaret (Offley) and Anne (Wytham) his wives, monument with effigies, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.
-, Sir John, glass given by, (27) All Saints, p. 126a.

Waple , Edward, 1712, monument, (22) St. John's, p. 105b.

Warren , arms perhaps of, after 1550, (22) St. John's, p. 108a.

Warham , William, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Warnford , arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.

Wase , Christopher, 1711, monument, (10) Corpus Christi, p. 53a.

Wauchop , arms of, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Waynflete , see John of and William of, and also Wainfleet.

Weather-vanes , see under Ironwork.

Webb , Jeffery, 1663, and John his son, 1681, floor-slab, (45) Wolvercote, p. 155a.

Webster , Richard, 1678, and Susan his wife, 1698–9, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.

Weepers , see under Monuments, Funeral.

Well-house , (50) Castle, p. 158a.

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

Wells : (50) Castle, pp. 156b, 158a; (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 103a; St. Margaret's, (40) Binsey, p. 149a.

Wenceslaus , St., figure representing, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 71b.

Wentworth :
-, Guy, arms of, (17) New College, p. 86b.
-, Peter, arms of, (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22b; glass given to Balliol College by, (7), p. 22a.

Wessington , John, Prior of Durham, arms of, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

West :
-, John, 1695–6, Mary (Kirke) his wife, 1686, and Anne their daughter, 1674, monument with busts, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a; flagon given by, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b.
-, Katherine (Seaman), wife of John West, 1667–8, monument, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Westberry , Joan, 1683, Joan, 1686, and Mary, 1687, daughters of William Westberry, (39) St. Thomas the Martyr, p. 148a.

Westfaling , Herbert, Bishop of Hereford, and Vice-chancellor, arms of, (9) Christ Church (glass), p. 42b.

Westmacott , Sir Richard, reredos restored by, (17) New College, p. 89b.

Westminster College , arms of, (14) Lincoln, p. 68b.

Weston , John, LL.D., 1632, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Weymouth , Viscount, see Thynne.

Whale , James, 1649, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44b.

Whately , Nathaniel, 1704, and Elizabeth his wife, 1723, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Wheare , Diggory, 1647, floor-slab, (11) Exeter, p. 56a.

Wheatley , building stone from, pp. 35b, xviii.

Whelpdale , Roger, Bishop of Carlisle, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

White :
-, James, 1670, headstone, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.
-, John, 1702, floor-slab, (41) Cowley, p. 150a.
-, Mary, see Langbaine, Elizabeth.
-, Sir Sampson, 1684, Henry, 1724, and Francis, 1714, monument, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.
-, Sir Thomas, arms of, (22) St. John's, p. 108a; St. John's College founded by, (22), p. 103b; portrait of, (22) St. John's (glass), p. 108a.

White Friars , see under Monastic and Collegiate Buildings.

White Hall , part of Jesus College on site of, (13), p. 60a.

Whitehall , Margaret, wife of John Whitehall, see Crosse, John.

White Hart , see under Inns.

White Horse , see under Inns.

Whitfield , John, 1694, monument, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Whitgift , John, Archbishop of Canterbury, arms of: (6) All Souls (plaster-vault), p. 17a; (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Whitsun , see Pentecost.

Whorwood :
-, Frances, daughter of John Whorwood, 1678, monument, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.
-, Robert, 1688, monument, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b; patens given by, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.

Whytton , John, Rector of Wood Eaton, brass, (16) Merton, p. 79b.

Wickets , see under Doors.

Wickham :
-, Richard, 1612–3, monument, (41) Cowley, p. 149b.
-, See also William of Wykeham.

Wicksteed , John, 1606–7, monument, (22) St. John's, p. 105b.

Wight , Nathaniel, 1682, monument, (16) Merton, p. 81a; floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.

Wightwick , Richard, part of cost of founding Pembroke College borne by, (19), p. 95b.

Wilcox , Abel, 1613, brass, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146a.

Wildgos , Thomas, 17.., floor-slab, (31) St. Ebbe, p. 130b.

William III , King, arms of, see Royal Arms under Heraldry.

William of Durham : arms of, (24) University, pp. 116a, 117a; endowment of University College, (24), p. 114b.

William of Scotland , paying homage to Henry II, scene erroneously described as, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 4b.

William of Waynflete , Bishop of Winchester: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550: (15) Magdalen, pp. 73a, b, 74a; see also Winchester, See of; figures representing: (15) Magdalen, pp. 70b, 71a, 75b; figures of, on tomb of Richard Patten, (15) Magdalen, p. 72a; motto of, (1) Bodleian, pp. 6b, 7b; portrait of, (15) Magdalen (glass), p. 74a; Magdalen College founded by, (15), p. 69a.

William of Worcester , dimensions of Greyfriars church preserved by, (46), p. 155a.

William of Wykeham , Bishop of Winchester: arms of, before 1550, see Wykeham under Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, (17) New College, pp. 85a, b, 86a, 87a, 90b, 91a, b; city wall reconditioned by, (51), p. 159a; New College founded by, (17), p. 84b; figures of, (17) New College, p. 85a, 86b; carved head probably of, (17) New College (stall), p. 89b; inscription with name of, (17) New College (glass), p. 88a.

William of York, St ., arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; figure ascribed to, (23) Trinity (glass), p. 112b.

Williams :
-, Arms of, after 1550, (1) Bodleian (glass), p. 2a.
-, ......, apothecary, arms of, (64) High Street No. 90, p. 164a; No. 90 High Street built by, (64), p. 163b.
-, John, Bishop of Lincoln, part of Lincoln College built by, (14), p. 64a; arms of, (14) Lincoln, p. 68a, b; various shields-of-arms of, (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a–b; (screen), p. 68b.

Williamson , Sir Joseph: arms of, (20) Queen's, pp. 98a, 99a, 100a; (glass), p. 98b; figure representing, (20) Queen's, p. 99b; portrait of, (20) Queen's (glass), p. 99b; range added to the Queen's College by, (20), p. 97a.

Willkins , Matthew, 1700–1, and Elizabeth, 1702, headstone, (44) Iffley, p. 154a.

Willoughby , arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Bek and Ufford under Armorial.

Willyer (?), John, 1687, floor-slab, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.

Wilmer , arms of, see Lancaster.

Wilson or Willson :
-, Ann (Doyley), wife of Robert Willson, 1652–3, monument, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128b.
-, Edward, lectern given to Balliol College by, (7), p. 22b.
-, Julia (?), wife of Richard Wilson, 1647–8, and Sara, 163., and Katharin, 1635–6, his daughters, monument, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.

Wimmer , Paul, name inscribed on glass, (16) Merton, p. 83a.

Winchcomb , Richard, see Wynchecombe.

Winchcombe Abbey , arms perhaps of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Winchester, See of : arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550: (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 50b, 51b; (17) New College, p. 87a; impaled with Oldham in error for Exeter, (10) Corpus Christi, pp. 50b, 52a; impaling William of Waynflete, (15) Magdalen (screen), p. 73b.

Windebank , Margaret, see Turner.

Wisdom , statuary-group representing, (20) Queen's, p. 99b.

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

Wittenham, Long (Berks.) screen from Exeter College now in church at, p. xxxii.

Wither , James, 1627, monument, (17) New College, p. 89a.

Wolsey , Thomas, Cardinal: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; arms of, after 1550, (9) Christ Church, pp. 31a, 33b, 47b; badges of, see Badges under Heraldry; motto of, (9) Christ Church, p. 30b; statue of, (9) Christ Church, pp. 30b, xxvi; college founded by, (9) Christ Church, p. 29b; building of Great Quadrangle by, (9) Christ Church, pp. 29b, 30a, b; foundation stone of college at Ipswich, p. 46b; S. Gate destroyed by, (51), p. 159a; suppression of priory by, (9) Christ Church, p. 35b.

Wolsey's Hospital , (19) Pembroke, pp. 95b, 96a.

Wolvercote : (285–290), p. 187; Church of St. Peter, (45), p. 154b.

Wombwell , arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry.

Wood or Woode :
-, Anne, daughter of Christopher Woode, 1664, floor-slab, (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Anne, daughter of Robert Woode, 1666, floor-slab (16) Merton, p. 81a.
-, Anthony, antiquary, 1695, monument and floor-slab, (16) Merton, pp. 80b, 81a.
-, Daniel, 1670, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.
-, Thomas, Bishop of Lichfield, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Thomas, stone-cutter, (4) Old Ashmolean Building, pp. 13b, xxv.
-, Thomas, 1694–5, and Alice his widow, 1700, floor-slab, (36) St. Michael, p. 142b.
-, William, 1679, monument, (8) Brasenose, p. 28a.

Woodstock Road , No. 320, remains of Beaumont Palace erected at, (284), p. 187a.

Wood Street , remains of Greyfriars Priory at angle of Charles Street, (46), p. 155a.

Woodville , Sir Lionel, Chancellor of University: arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial; monogram for, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b; rebus probably for, (1) Bodleian, p. 6b.

Woodward , Michael, S.T.P., 1675, monument, (17) New College, p. 88b.

Woolley :
-, Anne, 1710, and John her husband, 1718, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.
-, John, 1690, and James, 1704–5, John, 1705, and John, 1708–9 his grandsons, monument, (28) St. Aldate's, p. 128a.

Worcester , Marquess of, see Somerset.

Worcester , see William of.

Worcester College : (26), pp. 123–125; architects employed at, p. xxiv; busts from Old Ashmolean Building in Provost's garden, (4), p. 14a; Chapel, p. 123b; Hall, p. 123b; Provost's Lodgings, pp. 123b, 124a; Senior Common Room , p. 124a.

Wordsworth , ..., wife of Edward Wordsworth, 1709–10, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 138a.

Worsley , Henry arms of, (21) St. Edmund Hall, p. 103a.

Wren, Sir Christopher : arms of, (25) Wadham, p. 120b; work in Oxford, p. xxiii; use of Gothic tradition, p. xxii; clock said to have been given by, (25) Wadham, p. 120b; alterations to Bodleian Library by, (1), p. 1b: Sheldonian Theatre designed by, (2), p. 10a; design for Old Ashmolean Building attributed to, (4), p. 13b; alterations to Tom Tower by, (9) Christ Church, pp. 29b. 30b; vaulting, p. 31a; design for buildings at the Queen's College assigned to, (20), p. 97a; Garden Quadrangle designed by, (23) Trinity, pp. 108b, 113b; chapel partly designed by, (23) Trinity, p. 110a.

Wright :
-, Alderman, Prideaux Building formerly the property of, (11) Exeter, p. 57b.
-, Alice, see Harris.
-, Martin, 1664, and Mary, 16.., and William, 1693, his children, and William, 1694, his grandson, floor-slab, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.
-, Dorothy (Dunch), wife of William Wright, monument, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.
-, William, 1686, and Dorothy Lambourne his daughter, 1757, monument, (27) All Saints, p. 126b.

Wriglesworth , Edward, 1701 (?), floor-slab, (32) St. Giles, p. 132b.

Wyard , Richard, 1478, brass, (17) New College, p. 88a.

Wyatt :
-, James, alterations and additions by: (7) Balliol, p. 21a; (8) Brasenose, p. 27a; Canterbury Quadrangle designed by, (9) Christ Church, pp. 30a, 48b; Great Staircase designed by, (9) Christ Church, p. 30a; plaster vault designed by, (15) Magdalen College Chapel, p. 69b, 71a; alterations to Merton College by, (16), p. 77a; restorations at New College by, (17), p. 84b.
-, William, 1708–9, floor-slab, (34) St. Mary the Virgin, p. 137b.

Wyborn , arms of, (14) Lincoln, p. 67b.

Wyche , Sir Peter, 1643, and Jane (Meredith) his wife, 1660, monument, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a.

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

Wyking , Vincent, glass set up by, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 146b.

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

Wynchecombe or Winchcomb , Richard, master-mason, (1) Bodleain, pp. 1a, xxiv.

Wytham , Anne, see Walter, Sir John.

Yare , William, see Bellfounders.

Yarnold , Francis, 1587, brass, (16) Merton, p. 79b.

Yate :
-, Charles, 1688, floor-slab, (17) New College, p. 89a.
-, Thomas, S.T.P., 1681, monument and floor-slab, (8) Brasenose, p. 28b.

Yelverton :
-, Henry, 16th Lord Grey of Ruthin, arms of, (9) Christ Church, p. 31a.
-, Susanna, Baroness Grey of Ruthin, and wife of Sir Henry Yelverton, flagon given by, (27) All Saints, p. 127a.

Yerbury , Henry, 1686, monument, (15) Magdalen, p. 72a.

Yong , see Young.

York , Duke and Duchess of, see James II.

York :
-, City of, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.
-, See of, and Old See of, arms of, before 1550, see Heraldry; for blazon see Armorial.

Young, or Yong .
-, John, Bishop of Callipolis, 1525, brass, (17), p. 87b.
-, John, 1688, headstone, (43) Headington, p. 151b.

Zachariah , figures representing: (14) Lincoln (glass), p. 68a; (25) Wadham (glass), p. 121a.

Zephaniah , figures representing: (7) Balliol (glass), p. 22a; (17) New College, p. 88b.

Zodiac , Signs of the, representations of, (16) Merton, p. 78a.

Zouch :
-, James, 1503, altar-tomb, (9) Christ Church, p. 44a; bequest towards roofing N. Transept of Cathedral, (9) Christ Church, p. 35 b.
-, Sarah, widow of Richard Zouch (?), 1683, floor-slab, (38) St. Peter in the East, p. 147b.