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INDEX

Abbot, Edward, painter, xxxiii.

Abercrombie, Sarah 1798, William 1791, monument, (5) 16a.

Abercromby, Mr., house occupied by, (49) 65b.

Acomb: xxix, 110–16; Court Rolls, 111a; Front Street, 125; The Green, 125; Green Lane, 125.

" House, (142) 113, Pl. 193.

" Park, 123.

" Road, 58b, 123.

Adam and Eve, representation of (carved panel), (11) 38a, Pl. 42.

Adelphi Hotel, (61) 73b.

Aitken, William, see Ikin, Mr.

Akeroyd, Noah, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Masons.

Albion Chapel, (14) 47, Fig. 43, Pl. 57.

" Street, 58b, 123.

Alcock, Bishop John, arms of: (glass), (4) 8b; (blazon), 132.

Aldwark, fireplace removed to, (128) 110b.

Allenby, John 1811, floor slab, (8) 30a.

Allanson
-, John 1783, Elizabeth 1766, floor slab, (5) 16a.
-, " 1812, floor slab, (8) 29b.
-, Richard, house occupied by, (50) 66b.

All Saints, church of, (4) 3, Figs. 24, 25, Pls. 93–6.

Almshouses: (20) 49a; (24) 51b, Fig. 44, Pl. 151; (25) 51b.

Alne Hall, staircase from, (122) 107b, Pl. 82.

Altar, 18th-century, (13) 45a.

Altar Stones
-, Roman, (64) 75a.
-, Mediaeval: (5) 14b; (6) 18b.

Anchoress, (4) 4b, 6b.

Andrews, G. T., see Architects.

Angels, representations of: (4) (carving) 6b, Pl. 43, (glass) 9a, Pls. 101, 106; (7) (glass) Pl. 114.

Ann
-, Elizabeth 1760, monument, (5) 15b, Pl. 34.
-, Mrs. George, property of, (100) 95b.

Antiquaries and Historians, xxx, xxxi.

Archbishops, representations of (glass), (8) 29b.

Archer, James, military engineer, xxxii, xxxiv.

Architects
-, Andrews, G. T.: (11) 37a; (13) 40b, 41a, 44a, b, 45a, b, 46a; (28) 55a, b, Pls. 147, 150; (44) 63b; 124; 125; 126.
-, Atkinson
-,-, J. B. and W.: (4) 5a; (5) 12b; (6) 17a; (7) 22a; (8) 27b; (10) 36a; (13) 40b, 43a, 46b; (44) 63b; 124; 126.
-,-, Peter, junior: xxxiii; (11) 37a; (20) 49a, Pls. 143, 144; (24) 51b; 105b; 123; houses occupied by, (58) 72b, (63) 74b.
-,-, Peter, senior: house designed by, (83) 86b; houses occupied by, 96a, (103) 97b; tombstone 1805, (9) 35a.
-,-, Thomas: (13) 40a, b, 41a, 45a, 46a; (44) 63a.
-,-, William, (7) 22a.
-, Bell, W., (28) 55b.
-, Brierley, Leckenby and Keighley, 123.
-, Brierley, W. H., civ.
-, Carr, John: buildings ascribed to, lxxxi, xcii; (23) 51a; (65) 76a; (66) 76b; (81) 85a; (117) 103a; house of, 59a, 67a, Pls. 56, 57; houses designed by firm of, (69) 78b; (83) 86b.
-, Demaine and Brierley, (10) 36b.
-, Field, H., (28) 55b.
-, Fisher and Hepper, (5) 12b.
-, Fowler, C. Hodgson, fittings designed by: (5) 12b; (12) 39a.
-, Harper, Thomas, (20) 49a.
-, Jones, George Fowler: (6) 16b; (10) 36b.
-, Paine, James, (23) 51a.
-, Penty, W. G. and A. J., civ.
-, Pritchett, James Pigott, (45) 64a.
-, Rawsthorne, John, (20) 49a.
-, Robinson, Sir Thomas, (23) 51a.
-, Simpson, James, of Leeds, xlix.
-, Vickers and Hugall, of Pontefract, (12) 38b.
-, Watson, Charles: (20) 49a; (45) 64a.
-, see also Walton, George.

Architecture, Institute of, (6) 17a.

Armistead, Peter, house occupied by, (71) 79a.

Armstrong
-, Charles John 1841, monument, (7) 25b.
-, Eleanor 1781, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Armytage, Rebecca 1761, monument, (11) 38a.

Arrowheads, xxxvii.

Art Nouveau, civ.

Artists and Surveyors, xxxii-xxxvi.
-, Bedford, F., (9) Pl. 131.
-, Buck, Samuel, (163) Fig. 72, p. 118b.
-, " " and Nathaniel, Pl. 3.
-, Cave, Henry: (20) 50a, Pl. 145; (56) 71b; (57) 72a; (75) 81a.
-, Cossins, John: xxxii, Figs. 22, 23, p. cv; (55) 69b, Fig. 49; (80) 83a, b, Fig. 56.
-, E. B., Pl. 3.
-, Foudrinier, (23) 51a.
-, Griffith, Moses, Pl. 162.
-, Haynes, John: Pl. 2; (163) 119a.
-, Horsley, Benedict, Fig. 2, p. xxxv.
-, Jefferys, Thomas, Fig. 3, p. xxxv.
-, Johnston, Henry, (4) 9b, Pl. 101.
-, Lindley, William, (23) 51a.
-, Lodge, William, Pl. 2.
-, Lund, John, (56) 71b, Pl. 5.
-, Monkhouse, (44) 63b.
-, Parsons, Samuel, Pl. 4.
-, Poole, J., (19) Pl. 6.
-, Rowlandson, Thomas, Pl. 162.
-, White, Thomas, Pl. 7.
-, Whittock, Nathaniel, Pl. 8.

Askwith
-, Arms of: (4) 7a; (blazon), 132.
-, Thomas 1609, brass, (4) 7a, Pl. 35

Aspinall, Mother Ann, superior of Bar Convent: (13) 40b; (44) 63a.

Atkinson
-, J. B. and W., see Architects.
-, James 1791, tombstone, (9) 35a.
-, Capt. John 1808, monument, (7) 25b.
-, Peter, junior, see Architects.
-, " senior, 1805, tombstone, (9) 35a. See also Architects.
-, Sarah 1825, monument, (9) 35a.
-, Thomas, see Architects.
-, " see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.
-, " 1642, brass, (4) 7a, Pl. 35.
-, William, see Architects.
-, " churchwarden, (5) 15a.

Attics, lxiv, lxxiv.

Aumbry, (4) 5b, 7a.

Awtie, Elizabeth 1691, floor slab, (8) 30a.

Axe-hammers, xxxviii, xxxix.

Axes, xxxvii, xxxix.

Backhouse, James and Thomas, nurserymen: garden of, (28) 53b; houses of, (52) 67b; (83) 86b, 88a.

Bacon, John, joiner and contractor: (10) 36a; (13) 40b.

Baggergate, see Nunnery Lane.

Baguley, James, arms of (glass), (4) 9a.

Balustrade, 17th-century, (102) 97b, Pl. 187.

Bank, Adam del, dyer, chantry founded by, 1410, (4) 4a.

Bar Convent, see Convent of the Institute of St. Mary.

" Lane, 59a.

Barber & Whitewell, goldsmiths, (7) 26b.

Barker, Henry, cup given by, (7) 26b.

Barker Lane, 59a.

Barlow
-, Crest of, (163) 120a, 121a.
-, Family, 111a.
-, Francis, (163) 119a.
-, Samuel 1800, monument, (12) 40a.
-, Thomas, house built by, (163) 118b.
-, Vault of, (12) 40a.

Barnett & Son, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Glass-painters and Glaziers.

Barstow
-, Benjamin, freehold sold by, (66) 76b.
-, Jeremiah 1821, Dorothy 1803, monument, (11) 38a, Pl. 33.

Basy, Roger: chantry of, (9) 30b; land of, (60) 73a.

Bathurst
-, Arms of, (7) 26a.
-, Crest of, (80) 83b, 84b.
-, Charles, house of, (80) 83a.
-, Frances 1724, floor slab, (7) 26a, Pl. 36.

Bathurst House, (80) 83, Figs. 56–8, Pl. 175.

Batty
-, John, drawing master, (57) 72a.
-, Mary 1795, floor slab, (7) 26b.

Bawtre or Bawtry
-, Arms of, (6) 20a.
-, John 1411, floor slab, (4) 10a.
-, Reginald: gift of, (4) 4a; representation of (glass), (4) 8b.
-, Thomas 1673, floor slab, (7) 25b.

Bay Horse Inn, (48) 65a, b.

Beadle & Perfect, painters, (59) 73a.

Beakers, xxxvii.

Beal
-, George, butter factor, property of, (64) 75b.
-, " churchwarden, (8) 30a.
-, Isabell 1813, Thomas 1829, floor slab, (8) 30a.
-, John, contractor, (10) 36a.
-, Robert 1763, Ann 1775, Thomas 1790, Ann 1795, floor slab, (8) 30a.

Beane, John: (7) 21b; bell given by, (7) 24a; property of, (63) 74b.

Beasley, Edward and Reginald, Middlethorpe held by, 118a.

Beauchamp, arms of: (glass), (4) 8b; (blazon), 132.

Beckley, Jane 1837, Nathaniel 1843, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Beckwith
-, Francis 1818, Stephen 1843, monument, (9) 35a.
-, Henry, benefactor, (9) 34b.
-, Capt. John, house of, (75) 81a.
-, Leonard: lxv; (5) 12a.
-, Robert, silversmith, (8) 30a.
-, Stephen, house of, (41) 61b.
-, Thomas, antiquary, xxxi.

Bedford, F., watercolour by, (9) Pl. 131.

Bedingfield
-, Edward, 92b.
-, Mother Frances, superior of the Bar Convent, (13) 40a.
-, Mary, widow of Edward, house occupied by, (50) 66b.

Beilby
-, Arms of, (7) 26a.
-, Susanna 1664, floor slab, (7) 26a, Pl. 36.

Beilby-Thompson, Paul, home of, (65) 76a.

Belfry, 17th-century, (6) 16b.

Bellerby.
-, John, house let to, (63) 74b.
-, Surveyor, xxxvi.

Bell-founders, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Bell-frames, xlix.
-, 15th-century: (5) 15a; (8) 29a.
-, 17th-century: (6) 18b; (7) 24a, Pl. 21.

Bell Stamps, 15th-century, (8) 29, 30, Figs. 32, 33.

Bells, xlix.
-, 14th-century: (5) 15a; (6) 18b; (8) 29a.
-, 15th-century: (6) 18b; (8) 29a, Figs. 32, 33.
-, 16th-century, (7) 24a, Pl. 21.
-, 17th-century: (4) 7a; (6) 18b; (7) 24a; (recast) (11) 37b, 38a.
-, 18th-century: (5) 15a; (9) 34b, Pl. 21.
-, 19th-century, (11) 37b.

Benefactors' Tables: l; (4) 7a; (5) 15a; (6) 18b, Pl. 22; (7) 24a, Pl. 22; (9) 34b, Pl. 22.

Benge, John, chantry founded by, 1324, (4) 3a.

Bennett
-, George, (162) 118b.
-, Thomas, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.
-, Thomas 1773, Elizabeth 1825, monument, (6) 20a, Pl. 35.

Benson
-, Arms of, (7) 25a.
-, Christopher 1801, Margaret 1795, monument, (6) 19b.
-, Family, property of, (61) 73b.
-, George, antiquary, xxi.
-, " inn-holder, (48) 65b.
-, " innkeeper, (43) 63a.
-, " stapler, house of, (61) 73b.
-, Jonathan 1725, William 1741, Mary 1739, Ann 1746, floor slab, (5) 16a.
-, Lucinda 1830, monument, (7) 25b.
-, Mr., house of, (13) 40a.
-, Robert 1765, Thomas 1794, Mary 1816, floor slab, (7) 26a, Pl. 36.
-, Rev. Robert, 1822, monument, (7) 25a; property of, (61) 73b.

Benson's Chapel, Acomb Green, (15) 47b.

Benyngton, John de, bequest of, (7) 21b.

Berry, William 1835, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Besingate, 59a.

Bewlay, Mary 1752, Henry 1762, floor slab, (9) 35b.

Bichedoughter Tower, stone from, 49a.

Bichill, 59a.

Bingley, of Leeds, architect, (28) 55a.

Bishopfields, xxix.

Bishopgate Street, 59a, 123.

Bishophill: 59a; boundary of, 58a.

" House, (38) 59b, Fig. 48, Pl. 57.

Bishopthorpe, improvements at, (37) 58b.

Blackburn
-, Arms of: (glass), (4) 7b, 8b; (blazon), 132.
-, Nicholas, of Richmond, representation of (glass), (4) 8b.
-, " junior, representation of (glass), (4) 7b.
-, " senior, (7) 21a.

Black Swan, p.h., (131) 111b.

Blanshard family, seat of, (142) 113b.

Blenheim Place, Nos. 54–60 Holgate Road, 126.

Blitheman, William, land bought by, (28) 53b.

Blossom Street: 62–5, Pls. 7, 158, 162; 123.

Blower, Eleanor 1719, John 1723, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Booth, Richard, churchwarden, (5) 15a.

Boulby
-, Arms of, (7) 25a.
-, Jane 1803, Adam 1819, monument, (7) 25a.

Boundary Stones: (31), (32), (33) 58a, Pl. 92.

Bourchier
-, Crest of, (81) 86a.
-, John, house built for, (81) 85a.

Bower
-, John, (163) 119b.
-, Robert, mercer, houses of: (95) 93a; (96) 94a.

Bowes
-, Dorothy, plate given by, (6) 20a.
-, Martin, Lord Mayor of London, 49a.

Bowsfield, of York, range made by, (56) 71b.

Brackets, l.
-, 14th-century, (4) 7a.
-, 15th-century, (7) 24a.

Bradley
-, Antonia, and John, apothecary, home of, (67) 78a.
-, B., surgeon, house of, (61) 73b.
-, John 1775, Antonia 1777, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Brasses, monumental, l.
-, Inscriptions
-,-, 15th-century, (4) 7a, Pls. 27, 36.
-,-, 17th-century: (4) 7a, Pl. 35; (5) 15a.
-,-, 18th-century, (4) 7a, Pl. 36.
-,-, 19th-century: (6) 18b; (8) 29a; (9) 34b; (11) 38a.
-, Heraldic
-,-, 17th-century, (4) 7a.
-, Indents: (4) 7a, b; (6) 18b; (8) 29a.

Brazier, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Breadshelves, l.
-, 18th-century: (7) 24a, Pl. 23; (9) 34b, Pl. 23.

Brearey
-, Christopher, (164) 121b.
-, " 1826, Jane 1835, monument, (9) 35a.
-, Dr., house of, Fig. 23, p. cv.
-, William, houses built by: (56) 71b; (164) 121b.

Brewhouse, (136) 112a.

Brickland, the Misses, school of, (67) 78a.

Bricklayers, lxvi. See also under Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Brick-work
-, 16th-century, (118) 105a.
-, 17th-century: (100) 95b; (153) 116b.
-, 18th-century, lxxx.
-, See also Building Materials, Brick.

Bridges: Holgate, (21) 50a; Ouse, (20) 48b, Pl. 142; Scarborough, (22) 50b.

Bridge Street (Briggate), 66b, 124.

Brierley, see Architects.

Brierley, Leckenby and Keighley, see Architects.

Briggate, see Bridge Street.

Briggenhall, Richard de, (6) 16b, 19a.

Briggs, Rt. Rev. Dr. John, house of, (93) 92b.

British Transport Police, headquarters of, (52) 67b.

Brocklehurst, Capt. H. D., (164) 121b.

Bromholm Rood, relic from, (13) 45b.

Bromley, James 1827, Henry 1828, Martha 1836, headstone, (9) 35b.

Bronze, windows of, (38) 61a.

" Age, xxxvii.

Bronzes, xxxix.

Brook, Walter Harvey: excavations by, (5) 13a, b; restoration by, (125) 109a.

Brooke, John 1735, Ann 1735, floor slab, (7) 26a, b.

Brown
-, Francis 18 . ., floor slab, (9) 35b.
-, Thomas, house built by, (98) 95a.

Buck
-, Samuel, sketch by, (163) Fig. 72.
-, Samuel and Nathaniel, view of York by, Pl. 3.

Buckets, leather, (7) 26b, Pl. 24.

Buckingham, Duke of, house of, 59a, b.

Buckle, Marmaduke, churchwarden, (5) 15a.

Buckles, Stephen, silversmith, (7) 26b.

Buckley, Henry, mason and contractor, (44) 63b.

Bugthorp, Agnes wife of Nicholas de, (80) 83a.

Builders and Contractors
-, Beal, John and Bacon, John, (10) 36a.
-, Buckley, Henry, (44) 63b.
-, Cattley, John Henry: (44) 63b; No. 21 Blossom St., 124.
-, Craven, Abraham, (20) 49b.
-, Dalton, Richard: (13) 40b; (24) 51b; (44) 63b.
-, Eshelby, George, Tadcaster Road, xciv.
-, Fothergill, Mr., (44) 63a.
-, Gray, Ambrose: 59b; see also Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Bricklayers.
-, " Robert: house of, (57) 72a; see also Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Bricklayers.
-, Hansom
-,-, Henry, 21 Blossom St., 124; see also Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Carpenters and Joiners.
-,-, Richard: (13) 40b; (44) 63a; 21 Blossom St., 124; see also Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Carpenters and Joiners.
-, Holroyd & Walker, (28) 55a.
-, Jennings, Judith, (44) 63b.
-, Mountain, Robert, (13) 40b.
-, Overend, Leonard, Albion St., 59a.
-, Prince, John: (13) 40b; (44) 63a.
-, Rayson, Thomas: xciv; St. Mary's Row, 59b; (44) 63b; house of, (57) 72a; No. 7 Park St., 100a; South Parade, 105b.
-, Roberts, (12) 38b.
-, Rusby, Mr., (44) 63a.
-, Shafto, Mr., Nos. 70, 70A, 72 Holgate Road, 126.
-, Walker, Matthew, (44) 63b.
-, Willoughby, George, Albion St., 59a.

Building Materials, lxviii.
-, Brick: lxvi, xcviii; see also Houses, 17th-century.
-,-, 16th-century: (88) 90a; (118) 104a.
-,-, 17th-century: (60) 73b; (87) 89b; (107) 99b.
-, Slate, xcviii.
-, Stone: lxxx; xcviii; (125) 109a.
-, Stucco, xcviii.
-, Timber Framing: lxviii; jointing, lxxi, Fig. 10, p. lxix; (6) 16b; see also Houses, Timber-framed.
-, Wall-tiles, lxviii, lxxi.

Bulmer
-, Mr., plaster painted by, (13) 45a.
-, William 1806, Ann 1813, floor slab, (8) 29b–30a.

Burdett, Tabitha, of Sleights, (96) 94a.

Burdeux, William 1690, monument, (11) 38a.

Burgess, Mary 1829, John 1837, monument and floor slab, (8) 29b.

Burial Grounds: (17) (18) 48a.

Burials, cremation, xl.

Burill, Joseph, house of, (116) 103a.

Burton
-, Arms of, (5) 15b.
-, John 1475, floor slab, (7) 26a.
-, John and Mary 1771, monument, (5) 15b, Pl. 34.

Burun, Erneis de, church held by, (7) 20b.

Bustardthorpe, 118a.

Butchers, houses used by, (79) 82a.

Butler, Matthew, joiner, (7) 22a, 24b.

Butter Market, 68b.

Byland Abbey, property of: 118a; (164) 121b.

Byrd, Richard, gift of, 1394, (4) 3b.

Byrsgrefe, William, (5) 12a.

Cabr(e)y, Thomas: consultant engineer to YNM Railway, (28) 55a; householder, (45) 64a.

Cadday, William, house of, (80) 83b.

Calais, arms of Merchants' Staple: (6) 18b; (glass), (6) 19a; (blazon), 132.

Calbeck, John, glazier, lxxviii.

Calvert, Francis, (89) 91a.

Cambridge Street, 67a, 124.

Candlesticks, l.
-, 14th-century, (9) 34b, Pl. 24.

Carpenters' Marks: lxxiv, Fig. 11, p. lxix; (7) 24a; (54) 69b, Fig. 11; (58) Fig. 11; (81) 86a; (120) Fig. 11; (126) 109b, Fig. 11.

Carr
-, John, Lord Mayor, (9) 34b. See also Architects.
-, Robert, druggist, house of, (77) 81b.
-, William, houses of: 59a; (38) 59b.
-, " carpenter, (40) 61b.

Carrack, Mr., house of, (77) 81b.

Carron, of Falkirk: ciii; 123.
-, Grates by: (55) 71a, b, Pl. 74; (74) 80b; (85) 88a; (95) 94a; (101) 97b; (123) 108a, b.

Carr's Lane, 67a.

Carter, Thomas, 1686, floor slab, (7) 25b; and Sarah 1708, monument, (7) 25a, Pl. 32.

Carving
-, In Stone, liv.
-,-, Roman: (5) 16a; (7) 26b; (49) 66a.
-,-, Pre-conquest: xli; (7) 24a, Pl. 26; (8) 28b, 29a, Pl. 26; (9) 33a, b, 34.
-,-, 11th-century: (5) 14b, 15a, Pl. 26; (7) 24a, Pl. 26.
-,-, 12th-century, (5) 15a, Pl. 18.
-,-, 13th-century, (20) 50a, Pl. 141.
-,-, 14th-century: (4) 5b, 6a, Pl. 18, 7a; (19) 48b, Pl. 141; (34) 58a.
-,-, 15th-century: (4) 9b, Pl. 39; (5) 15a, Pl. 9.
-,-, 17th-century: (13) 45b; (24) 51b.
-,-, 18th-century, (alabaster), (13) 45b, Pl. 140.
-,-, 19th-century, (12) 39a.
-, In Wood, lxxv.
-,-, Mediaeval: (4) 9b; (125) 109a, b, Pl. 191.
-,-, 15th-century: (4) 6b, Pl. 43; (bosses), (6) 18b.
-,-, 16th-century, (13) 45b, Pl. 42.
-,-, 17th-century: (chair), (7) 24a; (panels), (11) 38a, Pl. 42.
-,-, 18th-century: (4) 9b, Pl. 42; (13) 45a, b, Pl. 40.

Cass, Susannah 1780, floor slab, (4) 10a.

Casson(s), Henry, 1781, Ann 1803, monument, (5) 16a; (47) 65a.

Cast-iron
-, Gates, (28) 57a, Pl. 150.
-, Structural, (28) 56b, Pls. 149, 150.
-, See also Carron, Grates and Ironwork.

Cattall, Henry 1460, floor slab, (7) 26a, Pl. 36.

Cattley
-, John Henry: property bought by, (115) 102b; saw-mill built for, (114) 102a. See also Builders and Contractors.
-, Thomas, raff merchant, houses of: (61) 73b; (101) 96b.

Catton, Margaret, property of, (58) 72a.

Cave
-, Grace 1779, Thomas 1779, William 1812, monument, (7) 25b.
-, Henry 1836, Elizabeth 1843, monument, (7) 25b.
-, " see Artists and Surveyors.
-, Thomas, copperplate printer, house of, (62) 74a.
-, " whitesmith, house of, (75) 81a.
-, William, (75) 81a.

Cawthery, John, (88) 90a.

Ceilings
-, In Churches
-,-, Plaster, (4) 7a.
-,-, Timber, (6) 18a, b, Pl. 17.
-, In Secular Buildings
-,-, Plaster Decorated Before 1650, lxxvi. c. 1600: (58) 72b, Pl. 51; (59) 73a. Early 17th-century, (101) 97a, Pl. 186. c. 1700, (101) 97a. 18th-century: lxxxvii; (38) 61a, Pls. 61, 154, 155; (55) 71a, Pl. 165; (65) 76a, Pls. 90, 180; (66) 77a, Pl. 169; (81) 86a, Pls. 180, 77; (96) 94b; (98) 95a; (117) 103b, Pl. 61; (142) 114a, Pl. 77. c. 1800, (163) 120b, Pl. 202.
-,-, Timber, lxxvi.

Cellars, vaulted: (38) 61a; (81) 86a; (163) 120b; (164) 122b.

Chairs, see Furniture.

Chaloner, Denis, cooper, house of, (86) 88b.

Chandelier, 18th-century, (7) 24a, Pl. 24.

Chantries, founders of:
-, Roger Basy, (9) 30b.
-, Nicholas Fouke, (7) 21a.
-, John de Gysburn, (7) 21a.
-, Thomas Nelson, (5) 12a.
-, John Shupton, (6) 16b.
-, Richard Toller: (6) 16b; (7) 21a.
-, Sir Richard Yorke, (6) 16b.
-, See also Churches and Chapels, Chantry Chapels.

Chantry Chapels, see Churches and Chapels.

Chapman
-, George, butcher, house of, (79) 82a.
-, " churchwarden, (5) 16a.
-, Robert, representation of (glass), (4) 9a.

Charity: B.V.M. representing, (4) 10a; representation of (panel), (13) 45b, Pl. 42.

Charnel House (Vault), (7) 21a, 22b.

Charresburg, Roger de, site of house of, (55) 69b.

Chase-mortice, lxxi, Fig. 9, p. lxix.

Chassereau, Peter, see Artists and Surveyors.

Cherry Hill, 67a, 124.

Chests, see Furniture.

Chimneys, lxv.

Cholera Burial Ground, (17) 48a.

Christ
-, Representation of (boss), (4) 7a.
-, Scenes from the Life and Passion of
-,-, Alabaster, (4) 9b, Pl. 39.
-,-, Glass: liv; (4) 8a, b; (6) 19a; (7) 24b, 25a, Pl. 30; (12) 39b.
-,-, Panels, (13) 45b, Pl. 42.

Christ Church, pre-Conquest minster, (5) 10b.

Church Cottages, (104) 98, Fig. 66, Pl. 185.

Churches and Chapels: xl, xlii-xlix, Fig. 5.
-, Dating from the 10th Century, (8) St. Mary Bishophill Junior, 26b, Fig. 31.
-, Dating from the 11th Century: (4) All Saints, 3a, Figs. 24, 25; (5) Holy Trinity, 10b, Fig. 26; (7) St. Martin-cum-Gregory, 20a, Fig. 30; (9) St. Mary Bishophill Senior, 30a, Figs. 34, 35.
-, Dating from the 12th Century: (6) St. John the Evangelist, 16a, Fig. 29; (20) St. William's Chapel, 48a, 49.
-, Dating from Mediaeval Times, St. James' Chapel, foundations, (50) 66b.
-, Dating from the 19th Century: (10) St. Paul, 36a, Fig. 36; (11) St. Stephen, 37a, Fig. 37. (12) St. Edward the Confessor, 38b, Fig. 39.
-, Chantry Chapels: xliv-xlv; see also Chantries.
-, Nonconformist, xlviii-xlix.
-,-, Dating from the 19th Century: (14) Albion Chapel, 47a, Fig. 43; (15) Primitive Methodist, Acomb, 47b; (16) Wesleyan Chapel, Acomb, 48a.

City Council Chamber, former, 48b.

Clairevaux, Clervaux or Clerevaus
-, Family, (63) 74b.
-, Robert de, lxi.
-, Sir Thomas de, lxi.

Clark, Sir William Stephenson, surgeon, 1851, monument, (7) 25a; house of, (63) 74b.

Clarke
-, Anna 1795, John 1800, floor slab, (4) 10a.
-, Family, monument, 1798, (11) 38a.
-, Susannah 1788, Sarah 1792, floor slab, (4) 10a.
-, William Angus, house of, (51) 66b.

Clementhorpe, xxix, 67a, 124.

" Nunnery, (19) 48b, Pl. 6.

Clerk
-, Margaret 1482, gift of, (4) 5a.
-, Thomas 1482, brass, (4) 7a, Pl. 27.

Clifton, fireplace removed to, (107) 100a.

" Hospital, glass given to, (6) 19a.

Clock, from St. William's chapel, (20) 50a, Pl. 146.

Closets
-, Projecting: (56) 71b; (80) 84b, Fig. 57; (97) 128, Pl. 55.
-, Water, (13) 42b.

Coach and Horses, (87) 89a.

Coates
-, Amos, surgeon, (58) 72b.
-, Mary, house bought by, (83) 86b.
-, Mr., carpenter, (12) 38b.
-, William, Lord Mayor, (9) 34b; 1758, floor slab, (9) 35b.

Cobb
-, Frances, chairs given by, (8) 29a.
-, William, (58) 72b.

Coffin, mediaeval, (4) 7b, Pl. 27.

" Lids, li.
-, Pre-conquest, (8) 29b.
-, 12th-century, (9) 34b.
-, 13th-century: (4) 7b, Pl. 27; (5) 15a; (7) 24b; (8) 29b.
-, 13th and 14th-century, (4) 7b.
-, 14th-century: (8) 29b, Pl. 15; (9) 34b, Pl. 27.
-, Mediaeval, (9) 33a, 34b.

Coghill, Jane and Sarah, property of, (88) 90a.

Collecting Shovels, li.
-, 18th-century, (9) 34b, Pl. 23.

Collett, Ann 1829, Sarah 1838, monument, (7) 25b.

Collingwood, Ann widow of William, householder, (47) 65a.

Collins, Mary, dressmaker, (82) 86b.

Colvile, Frances, monument erected by, (7) 25a.

Comb Factory, (129) 110b.

Commandments: (4) 10b; (6) 18b.

Communion Rails, lii.
-, 18th-century, (7) 24b, Pl. 127.

Communion Tables, lii.
-, 17th-century: (7) 24b; (8) 29b, Pl. 44; (9) 34b, Pl. 44.
-, 18th-century, (7) 24b.

Condon
-, Arms of, (5) 15b.
-, Thomas 1759, monument, (5) 15b.

Convent of the Institute of St. Mary, (13) xlviii, 40a, Figs. 40, 41, 42, Pls. 137–40, 151.
-, Chapel, 44, Fittings, 45a.

Conyngham, Countess of, residence of, (65) 76a.

Cook
-, George, butcher, house of, (61) 73b.
-, William, joiner, house sold to, (97) 94b.

Cooke, Messrs., land bought by, (41) 61b.

Cooper
-, Henry, Lord Mayor, (9) 34b.
-, Robert, surveyor, xxxiv, xxxvi.
-, William, house sold to, (117) 103b.

Cordukes, Rev. Richard 1796, floor slab, (9) 35b.

Corneille, family, (100) 95b.

Cornices
-, 1650–1800, lxxxi.
-, 19th-century, civ.

Corporal Acts of Mercy (glass): liii; (4) 8b, Pls. 109, 111–13.

Cortese, Francesco, (38) 59b.

Cossins, John, see Artists and Surveyors.

Cowper, William, innholder, (58) 72a.

Coyne, Samuel 1690, floor slab, (7) 25b.

Craftsmen and Tradesmen. See also Builders and Contractors and Sculptors and Monumental Masons.
-, Bell-founders
-,-, Hoton, John, (8) 29a.
-,-, Mot, Robert, (7) 24a.
-,-, Oldfield, William: (4) 7a; (6) 18b.
-,-, Pack & Chapman, (9) 34b.
-,-, Potter, John, (5) 15a.
-,-, Smith, Samuel: (5) 15a; (7) 24a.
-,-, Warner, John & Sons, (11) 37b.
-, Brazier
-,-, Richardson, George Thomas, (20) 50a.
-, Bricklayers
-,-, Ellis, John, (44) 63b.
-,-, Gray, Robert and Ambrose: (61) 74a; No. 28 Micklegate, 126.
-,-, Jackson, Thomas, No. 2 Bridge Street, 124.
-,-, Lakin, John: (13) 40b; No. 21 Blossom Street, 124.
-,-, Riley, John, (75) 80b.
-, Carpenters and Joiners
-,-, Bacon, John, (13) 40b.
-,-, Butler, Matthew, (7) 22a, 24b.
-,-, Carr, William, (40) 61b.
-,-, Coates, Mr., (12) 38b.
-,-, Craven, Leonard, (20) 49a.
-,-, Dickinson, Bernard, (7) 22a, 26b.
-,-, Hansom, Henry, (24) 51b.
-,-, " Richard, (94) 92b.
-,-, Harland, Henry, (7) 21b.
-,-, Hayball, Mr., (13) 45b.
-,-, Heworth, Robert, lxxxi.
-,-, Raisin, Richard, (23) 51a.
-,-, Rayson, John and Robert, (7) 21b.
-,-, " Matthew: (7) 21b; (66) 76b.
-,-, Shaw, William, (44) 63b.
-,-, Todd, John, (20) 49a.
-,-, Wilson, No. 21 Blossom Street, 124.
-, Carvers
-,-, Etty, John: (4) 10a; (7) 21b; monument (1707/8), (4) 9b, Pl. 32.
-,-, " William, (4) 10a.
-,-, Graves, Richard, 49b.
-,-, Grethede, Thomas, 49b.
-,-, Milburn, G. W., (5) 12b.
-,-, Ventris, Thomas, (122) 107 n.
-, Carvers and Gilders
-,-, Wolstenholme, (95) 94a.
-,-, " Thomas, lxxxv.
-, Clockmakers
-,-, Edwards, William, (20) 50a.
-,-, Hindley, Henry, (13) 41b.
-,-, Thornton, William, (44) 63a.
-, Glass-painters and Glaziers, lii.
-,-, Barnett & Son, (5) 15a.
-,-, Calbeck, John, lxxviii.
-,-, Croft, Mr., (44) 63a.
-,-, Fornes, William, 49b.
-,-, Gyles, Edmund: (11) 38a; (72) 79a, 79 n.
-,-, " Henry, (72) 79a, 79 n.
-,-, Heaton, Butler & Payne, (10) 36b.
-,-, Knowles, J. W.: (4) 8a, b, 9a; (6) 17a.
-,-, Peckitt, William: (7) 22a, 24b; (81) 86a, Pl. 181.
-,-, " " and Ann, house of, (106) 99a.
-,-, Shouksmith, Joseph, Dove Street, 124.
-,-, Thornton, John, (4) 4a, 8a.
-,-, Wailes, William: (4) 7b, 8b, 9b; (12) 39b.
-,-, Walker, Matthew, (44) 63b.
-,-, Walkyngton, Edmond, (20) 49b.
-, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths
-,-, Barber & Whitewell, (7) 26b.
-,-, Beckwith, Robert, (8) 30a.
-,-, Buckles, Stephen, (7) 26b.
-,-, Hampston, John, and Prince, John, (4) 10a.
-,-, Hindmarsh, George, (7) 26b.
-,-, I. K., (12) 40a.
-,-, Payne, Humphrey, (7) 26b.
-,-, R.B., (7) 26b.
-,-, Raven, Andrew, (9) 35b.
-,-, Waite, Thomas, (4) 10a.
-,-, Williamson, Robert, (9) 35b.
-, Ironfounders
-,-, Bingley, Mr., (28) 55a.
-,-, Bowsfield, (56) 71b.
-,-, Haxby, William: civ; (44) 63a.
-,-, Thompson, (28) 55a.
-, Locksmith
-,-, Wedderell, John, (20) 49b.
-, Masons
-,-, Akeroyd, Noah: (13) 40b; No. 21 Blossom Street, 124.
-,-, Buckley, Henry, (44) 63b.
-,-, Grantham, Hugh, (4) 4a.
-,-, Heyndale, John, 118a.
-,-, Hindle, John, (7) 21b.
-,-, Kilvington, Andrew and George, house of, (39) 61a.
-,-, Oldred, William, (20) 49a.
-,-, Patryngton, Robert, cross built by, 118a.
-,-, Shaftoe, John, No. 2 Bridge Street, 124.
-,-, Smith, William, (7) 21b.
-,-, Stead, William, junior, (72) 96b.
-,-, " " senior, 96a.
-,-, Taylor, Michael, (44) 63b.
-,-, Walmesley, Christopher, 49a.
-,-, Whithead, 49a.
-, Painters
-,-, Beadle & Perfect, (59) 73a.
-,-, Bulmer, Mr., (13) 45a.
-,-, Hilton, James and Thomas, house of, (59) 73a.
-,-, Hodgson, Thomas, (7) 21b.
-,-, Perfect, Henry and Joseph, (59) 73a.
-,-, Smith, Mr., (44) 63a.
-, Plasterers
-,-, Cortese, Francesco, 59b.
-,-, Jennings, David, (13) 46b.
-,-, " Judith, (44) 63b.
-,-, Knowlson, Richard: (44) 63b; No. 21 Blossom Street, 124.
-,-, Ward, Richard, (23) 51a.
-, Plumbers
-,-, Hodgson, William and Thomas, civ.
-,-, Matterson, Edward, (52) 67b.
-,-, Shouksmith, Joseph, Dove Street, 124.
-,-, Walker, Matthew, (44) 63b.
-, Tiler
-,-, Yaits, Thomas, (20) 49b.

Craven
-, Abraham, contractor, (20) 49b.
-, Leonard, carpenter, (20) 49a.

Crawshaw, Joseph, householder, (47) 65a.

Creed, Lord's Prayer, etc., (4) 10b.

Cressey
-, Elizabeth 1805, Selina 1799, Thomas 1811, John 1813, Susanna 1819, George 1846, floor slab, (9) 35b.
-, George, monument restored by, (9) 35a.

Creyke, Ralph, house of, (142) 113b.

Crompton
-, Family, (5) 15a.
-, Joshua: hatchment of, (5) 15a; house of, (81) 85a; 1832, Anna Maria 1819, monument, (5) 15b.

Cromwell House, (62) 74a.

Crosses
-, On Coffin Lids, li.
-,-, 13th and 14th-century, li.
-, Patriarchal
-,-, 13th-century(?), (13) 45b.
-, Processional
-,-, 19th-century, (12) 40a.
-, Standing
-,-, Pre-conquest (fragments): xli; (7) 24a; (8) 28b, 29a, Pl. 26; (9) 33b, Pl. 25, 34a; (28) 53b, Pl. 26.
-,-, 14th-century, 118a.

Cross Keys Hotel, (155) 117a.

Crossley, F. H., glass photographed by, (6) 19a.

Crown Hotel, (60) 73a.

Crumack, William 1847, Martha 1854, monument, (5) 15b.

Crummack, Henry, surgeon, house of, (98) 95a.

Crystal Palace, No. 66 Holgate Road, 126.

Cumberland House, Mount Parade, 96a.

Cupboards, see Furniture.

Cupid, representation of, (134) 112a, Pl. 76.

Cussins or Cussons, John, (scratching), (7) 25a.

Custobadie, Mrs., house owned by, (56) 71b.

Cutforth, Mr., shoemaker, (96) 94a.

Cygnet Street, 67a, 124.

Dale
-, C.B., benches made by, (13) 42b.
-, William, (124) 108b.

Dale Street, 67a, 124.

Dales, John, Lord Mayor, (5) 15b.

Dalton
-, Richard, bricklayer, see Builders and Contractors.
-, Robert, bells supplied by, (13) 41b.

Danby
-, Hon. Abstrupus, (80) 83b.
-, Ann 1615, monument, (5) 15b.

Danebury House, (152) 116a.

Darcy, arms of, impaled by Yorke: (glass), (6) 19a; (blazon), 132.

David, King, representation of (carving), (4) 9b, Pl. 42.

Davies
-, Of Newcastle, monumental mason, (11) 38a.
-, Robert, Town Clerk and antiquary: xxxi; house of, (49) 65b.

Dawes, Lady, home of, (65) 76a.

Dawson
-, Arms of, (7) 25b.
-, Ann 1730, floor slab, (4) 10a.
-, " 1758, Richard 1762, floor slab, (8) 30a.
-, George, r.n., house bought by, (52) 67b.
-, " monument erected by, (9) 35a.
-, " 1812, Catherine 1807, monument, (9) 34b.
-, Mary 1692, Thomas 1703, floor slab, (7) 25b.
-, Richard, houses of: (38) 59b; (128) 110a.
-, Samuel, 1731, monument, (7) 25b, Pl. 33; house of, (73) 79b.

Dawson & Hillary, wine merchants, house of, (128) 110a.

Day, Frederick John, house sold to, (97) 94b.

Dealtry
-, Arms of, (12) 39b.
-, Elizabeth 1793, monument, (12) 39b.
-, Rev. Francis 1822, monument, (12) 39b.

Dedications
-, All Saints, (4) 3a.
-, Holy Trinity, (5) 10b.
-, St. Clement, (19) 48b.
-, St. Edward the Confessor, (12) 38b.
-, St. James, (50) 66b.
-, St. John the Evangelist, (6) 16a.
-, St. Martin-cum-Gregory, (7) 20a.
-, St. Mary: (8) 26b; (9) 30a.
-, St. Paul, (10) 36a.
-, St. Stephen, (11) 37a.
-, St. William, (20) 49b.

Deeds, Registers of, xxix.

Deincourt, family, 116a.

Demaine and Brierley, architects, (10) 36b.

Dent, Richard, miller, property of, (60) 73b.

Denton, Joseph, property owned by, (48) 65b.

" Terrace, 126.

Dickinson
-, Bernard, carpenter, (7) 22a, 26b.
-, Sir Thomas, alderman, (20) 50a.

Doctors, Latin, representations of, (13) 45b, Pl. 40.

Dodsworth
-, John, ironmonger, (101) 96b.
-, " brewer, (101) 96b.
-, Ralph, house of, (117) 103a.
-, Roger, antiquary, xxx.

Dolebank, convent at, (13) 40a.

Dominican Friary, see Religious Foundations.

Donors, representations of (glass): (4) 7b, 8a, Pl. 98, 8b, Pl. 109; (6) 19a, b; (7) 24b, 25a.

Door Furniture, brass, (163) 121a.

Doors, in churches, lii.
-, 15th-century, (5) 15a, Pl. 15.
-, 17th-century, (6) 19a.
-, 18th-century, (9) 34b.
-, 19th-century: (7) 24b; (12) 39b.

Doors and Doorways, in secular buildings
-, External
-,-, Mediaeval, lxxv.
-,-, 18th-century: lxxxi, Fig. 15, p. lxxxiv; (38) 60b, Pl. 62; (46) Pl. 64; (47) 65a, Pl. 64; (53) 68a; (65) 76a, Pl. 62; (66) 76b, Pl. 63; (68) 78a, Pl. 62; (95) 93b, Pl. 63; (107) 99b; (112) 101b, Pl. 63; (113) 102a; (117) Pl. 63; (163) 119b, Pl. 62.
-,-, 19th-century: xcviii, Fig. 21, p. c; (93) 92b; (123) 108a; (157) 117b; Pls. 64, 65.
-, Internal
-,-, 18th-century: lxxxiii, Fig. 15, p. lxxxiv; (52) 68a, Pl. 67; (55) 71a, Pl. 166; (65) 76a, Pl. 168; (66) 76b, Pl. 66, 77a, 78a, Pl. 67; (93) 92b, Pl. 66; (142) 113b, Pl. 67, 114a; (163) 120a, b, Pls. 66, 203.
-,-, 19th-century: (44) 64a, Pl. 68; (65) 76a, Pl. 68; (157) 117b; No. 84 Micklegate, Pl. 68; No. 302 Tadcaster Road, Pl. 68.

Dovecotes, see Outbuildings.

Dove Street, 67a, 124.

Dowson, W., gates restored by, (36) 58b.

Dragon-beams, lxx, Fig. 12.

Drake, Francis, antiquary, xxxi, xxxiv.

Driffield
-, Arms of, (11) 38a, Fig. 38.
-, Robert 1816, monument, (11) 38a.

Dring, Isabel 1754, floor slab, (7) 25b.

Dringhouses, xxix, 116–18.

Drinkall, William, grocer, house of, (96) 94a.

Duffin
-, Family, house occupied by, (98) 95a.
-, William 1839, monument, (5) 15b.

Dugdale, Sir William, antiquary, xxx.

Duke's Hall, 59b.

Dunphy, Lawrence and Elsie, chest given by, (5) 15a.

Durham, John, (scratching), (7) 24b.

Dyke, cross-ridge, xxxviii.

E.B., view of York by, Pl. 3.

Eagle Street, 125.

Earby, Nathaniel, junior, house occupied by, (66) 76b.

Earnshaw, Joshua 1693, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Easby, Christopher, house of, (61) 73b.

Ebirston, John, stone merchant, (4) 4a.

Edrington, William, 118a.

Edwards, William, clockmaker, 50a.

Effigies, see Carving.

Elias, representation of (glass), (12) 39b.

Ellis
-, Elizabeth, school kept by, (90) 91b.
-, John, bricklayer, (44) 63b.

Elm Bank, civ, Pls. 205, 206.

Enclosure, Parliamentary, xlii.

England, Thomas, butter factor, house of, (64) 75a.

Eshelby, George, builder, xciv.

Esholt Hall, fireplace taken to, (81) 86a.

Eskrick, George, haberdasher, (64) 75b.

Essex, monumental mason, (5) 15b.

Etridge, Francis 1825, monument, (11) 38a.

Etton, Margaret, possible coffn of, 1391, (4) 7b.

Etty
-, John, carpenter and woodcarver, 1707/8, monument, (4) 9b, Pl. 32; (4) 10a; (7) 21b.
-, William, woodcarver, (4) 10a.

Evangelists, symbols of: (brass), (4) 7a; (indents), (6) 18b.

Evelyn, William Arthur, antiquary, xxxi.

Fairfax
-, Arms of, (9) 35a.
-, Alathea 1744, monument, (9) 35a.
-, Col. Bryan, (164) 121b.
-, Family: (9) 30b; property of, (62) 74a.
-, Hester 1735, monument, (9) 34b.
-, John, of Newton Kyme, house sold by, (83) 86b.
-, Lord: (6) 16b; house of, 59a.
-, Robert, chandelier given by, (7) 24a.
-, " of Steeton, site bought by, (83) 86b.

Fairland, Mary 1749, floor slab, (9) 35b.

Faith, representation of (painting), (4) 10a.

Falcon Inn, (84) 88a.

Fawkes, Walter, of Farnley Hall, (66) 76b.

Feltergail, see Fetter Lane.

Female Penitentiary, (41) 61b.

Fentiman, William, house of, (106) 99a.

Fermor, James, householder, (38) 59b.

Ferrand, Jonathan 1741, monument, (11) 38a.

Fetter Lane, 67a.

fflos, Walter, floor slab, (5) 15a.

Field and Bell, architects, (28) 55b.

Fields, Open, xlii.

Fireplaces, lxxv, lxxxiii, ciii.
-, c. 1700: (163) 120b, 121a; (164) 122a, b, Pl. 75.
-, 18th-century: (52) 68a, Pl. 75; (55) 71a, Pls. 61, 164, 166; (66) 77a, 78a, Pls. 71, 73; (67) 78a, Pl. 71; (68) 78b, Pls. 72, 73; (70) 79a, Pl. 74; (81) 86a, Pl. 74; (95) 93b, Pl. 72, 94a, Pls. 73, 183; (101) 97b, Pl. 73; (103) 98a; (112) 101b; (117) 104a, Pl. 73; (128) 110a, Pl. 70; (133) 111b; (134) 111b; (142) 113b, Pl. 194, 114a, Pl. 72; (154) 117a; (163) 121a.
-, 19th-century: (13) 46b; (72) 79b; Pl. 76.

Fisher
-, Charles, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.
-, Family " " " " "

Fisher and Hepper, architects, (5) 12b.

Fletcher
-, Caleb, premises of, (101) 96b.
-, Elizabeth 1833, Humphrey 1838, monument, (7) 25b.

Flint, xxxvii.

Floors
-, Plaster: lxv; (65) 76b; (75) 81a; (98) 95a; (122) 108a.
-, Timber, lxxi.

Foljame, house of (142) 113b.

Font-covers, lii.
-, 17th-century, (6) 19a, Pl. 28.
-, 17th/18th-century: (7) 24b, Pl. 28; (8) 29b, Pl. 28.
-, 18th-century, (5) 15a, Pl. 28.

Fonts, lii.
-, Mediaeval, (8) 29b.
-, 13th-century, (fragment), (9) 34b.
-, 15th-century, (7) 24b.
-, 18th-century, on 15th-century base, (5) 15a.
-, 19th-century: (6) 19a; (12) 39b.

Fornes, William, glazier, 49b.

Forrest, Richard 1793, Rev. Richard 1829, Mary 1821, floor slab, (8) 30a.

Fortitude, representation of (panel), (13) 45b, Pl. 42.

Foss Bridge Chapel, stone from, 49a.

Foster, arms of: (glass), (6) 19a; (blazon), 132.

Fothergill
-, Family, house of, (99) 95b.
-, Mr., builder, (44) 63a.

Fouke, Nicholas, Lord Mayor: (7) 21a; chantry founded by, (7) 21a; merchant's mark (glass), (7) 25a.

Fourdrinier, engraving of Grandstand by, (23) 51a.

Fowler, C. Hodgson, see Architects.

Franks, Samuel Richard Brown, house of (98) 95a.

Franks' Hotel, (98) 95a.

Friends' Burial Ground, (18) 48a.

Front Street, Acomb, 111–15, 125.

Fryer, William 1838, Elizabeth 1842, monument, (5) 15b.

Fuller, Rev. John 1747, floor slab, (8) 30a.

Furniture
-, Chairs, 1.
-,-, 17th-century: (4) 7b; (6) 19a; (8) 29a, Pl. 44; (9) 34b, Pl. 44; (11) 38a, Pl. 42.
-,-, c. 1700: (5) 15a; (8) 29a.
-,-, 18th-century, (4) 7b, Pl. 44.
-,-, 19th-century, (7) 24a.
-, Chests, 1.
-,-, 16th/17th-century, (5) 15a.
-,-, 17th-century, (5) 15a.
-,-, 18th-century: (5) 15a; of drawers, (4) 7b.
-, Cupboards
-,-, 18th-century: (55) 71a, Pl. 69; (81) 86a; (142) 113b.
-,-, 19th-century, (142) 113b.
-, Iron, (13) 42b.
-, Table, (4) 10b.

Fythian, William, (7) 21a.

Gable, Dutch: (29) 57a; (49) 66a.

Gage, William, 1819, and Margaret, monument, (7) 25a; property of (100) 95b.

Gains, Fred, Lord Mayor, (9) 34b.

Gale Lane, 115b.

Galleries
-, 19th-century: (9) 34b; (10) 37a; (11) 38a; (13) 45a.

Gallows House, Tadcaster Road, (119) 106a.

Gardens: (152) 116a; (163) 121b; ornaments, (163) 121b, (164) 122b.

Garforth
-, Arms of, (66) 77a.
-, Crest of, (66) 76b.
-, Rev. Edmund, property of, (66) 76b.
-, Mary 1725, Isabella 1726, Ann 1731, William 1746, Rev. Edmund 1761, Elizabeth 1799, William 1828, floor slab, (7) 25b.
-, William, 1828, monument, (7) 25b; property of, (66) 76b.

Garforth House, (66) 76b, Figs. 52, 53, Pl. 172.

Garland, Thomas 1777, Ann 1792, Frances 1809, Eleanor 1814, Elizabeth 1824, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Gas, lighting by, see Lighting.

Gascoign, Lady, householder, (38) 59b.

Gascoigne
-, Arms of: (glass), (7) 21a; (blazon), 132.
-, " of impaled by Stapleton (glass), (6) 19a.
-, Family, (13) 45b.
-, Sir Thomas: convent endowed by, (13) 40a; portrait of, (13) 41b.

Gatehouse, Holy Trinity Priory, (5) 12b, Fig. 27.

Gates, see Ironwork.

Gaudibus, Gilbert de, priest, (5) 12a.

Geldart
-, Family, property of, (49) 65b.
-, John, alderman, (20) 50a.
-, Lancelot, innholder, (58) 72a, b.

Gent, Thomas, printer, xxxi.

Gibson, John, churchwarden, (5) 16a.

Gilliot or Gilyot
-, Arms of: (4) 5a, 7a, 10b; (blazon), 132.
-, John, Rector, (4) 5a, 10b.

Glass, lii, Pls. 29–31, 98–116, 122–3.
-, 14th-century: (4) 8a, b; (6) 19a, b; (7) 24b, 25a.
-, 15th-century: (4) 7b-9b; (6) 19a, 19b; (7) 24b; (Flemish), (7) 25a, Pl. 30; (8) 29b.
-, 16th-century, (7) 24b.
-, 17th-century: (11) 38a, Pl. 41; (72) 79 n.
-, 18th-century: (7) 24b; (81) 86a, Pl. 181.
-, 19th-century: civ; (5) 15a; (12) 39b; (13) 46b.

Glass-painters, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Glass-painters and Glaziers.

Glaziers, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Glass-painters and Glaziers.

Glazing, lxxvii, ci.

Glover, Roger, churchwarden, (5) 16a.

Goldsmiths, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths.

Goodricke, Lady, house of, (98) 95a.

Gore, Philadelphia 1808, monument, (9) 35a.

Gospatrick, Saxon landowner, (7) 20b.

Grafton, William, (6) 19a.

Graham, Rev. John 1844, monument, (9) 35a.

Graime, Mr., reredos painted by, (4) 10a.

Grainger, Sarah 1825, William 1830, floor slab, (4) 10a.

Grantham, Hugh, mason, (4) 4a.

Grapes, The, (60) 73b.

Grates
-, 18th-century: (81) 86a, Pl. 92; (87) 89a, b; (134) 112a; (142) 114a; (143) 114a; (144) 114b.
-, 19th-century, (87) 89b.
-, See also Carron.

Graves
-, Luke 1792, Susannah 1826, monument, (5) 16a.
-, Richard, carver, (20) 49b.

Gray
-, Ambrose, builder: 59b; (61) 74a; No. 28 Micklegate, 126.
-, Family, 116a.
-, Robert, builder: house of, (57) 72a; (61) 74a; No. 28 Micklegate, 126.
-, Walter de, Archbishop, 48b, 110b, 116a.

Gray's Buildings, 59b.

Green
-, John, plane-maker, (57) 72a.
-, Mary 1802, floor slab, (5) 16a.
-, Norman, house enlarged by, (50) 66b.
-, William 1764, floor slab, (5) 16a.
-, " householder, (44) 63a.

Green, The, Acomb, 115b, 116a.

" Dykes, xxxviii.

" Lane, Acomb, 125.

Greene
-, Arms of, (5) 15b.
-, John, of Horsford, 1728, monument, (5) 15b.
-, William, house of, (93) 92a.

Greenup, family, (87) 88b.

Greenupp, R., churchwarden, (6) 20a.

Gregg, Ellen and William, (82) 86b.

Gregory Lane, 59a.

Grethede, Thomas, carver, (20) 49b.

Grey
-, Arms of: (7) 25a; (blazon), 132.
-, Edmund, Earl of Kent, representation of (glass), (7) 25a.

Griffith, Moses, view by, Pl. 162.

Grosvenor, Benjamin, householder, (40) 61b.

Gyles, Edmund and Henry, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Glasspainters and Glaziers.

Gysburn, John de: chantry founded by, (7) 21a; family of, (7) 24b; glass from chapel of, (7) 24b.

Hague, Barnard, residence of, (66) 76b.

Hale, Frances 1841, Jemima 1816, William 1830, Elizabeth 1832, monument, (11) 38a.

Halfpenny
-, Joseph, draughtsman, xxxiii.
-, Thomas, gardener, (37) 58b.

Hampston and Prince, silversmiths, (4) 10a.

Hands, Thomas, cabinet-maker, house of, (63) 74b.

Hansby, Michael 1762, floor slab, (8) 30a.

Hansom
-, Henry, see Builders and Contractors and Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Carpenters and Joiners.
-, Joseph Aloysius, (94) 92b.
-, Richard, carpenter, house let to, (94) 92b. See also Builders and Contractors.

Hargrove
-, Henry Augustus 1830, floor slab, (7) 26a.
-, William, antiquary: xxxi; house leased to, (63) 74b.

Harland, Henry, carpenter, (7) 21b.

Harper
-, T., (scratching), (7) 25a.
-, Thomas, architect, (20) 49a.

Harrison
-, Ann 1792, floor slab, (4) 10a.
-, Elizabeth 1762, James 1771, floor slab, (4) 10a.
-, " 1772, Alexander and Richard, floor slab, (4) 10a.
-, Joseph 1794, monument, (9) 35a.
-, Thomas, of Chester, report on Ouse Bridge by, (20) 49a.

Harryngton, William, land sold by, (58) 72a.

Harsnett
-, Arms of: (4) 10a; (blazon), 132.
-, Archbishop Samuel, cup given by, (4) 7a, 10a.

Hastings, arms of (glass), (7) 21a, b.

Hatchments: liv; (5) 15a.

Hawksworth, Francis Ramsden 1825, Elizabeth 1835, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Haxby, William, ironfounder: civ; (44) 63a.

Hayball, Mr., table made by, (13) 45b.

Haynes
-, Anne 1747, monument, (6) 19b.
-, John, surveyor: xxxiii; view of York by, Pl. 2.

Healaugh Park Priory, grant to, (80) 83a.

Healey, George and John, householders, (46) 64b.

Heath, Jane 1778, John 1784, floor slab, (7) 25a.

Heaton, Butler & Payne, glassmakers, (10) 36b.

Henrison, Roger, of Ulleskelf, (4) 8a.

Henson, arms of, (5) 15b.

Henwood
-, Elizabeth 1820, Henry 1825, floor slab, (7) 26a.
-, Henry, property of, (61) 74a.

Herbert, Thomas, property of, (58) 72a.

Heron, John, (94) 92b.

Hesyl, Abel de, (4) 8a.

Hewley, Lady Sarah, land acquired by, (28) 53b.

Heworth, Robert, carpenter and joiner, house built by, lxxxi.

Hewson, John, (scratching), (7) 25a.

Heyndale, John, mason, 118a.

Hill
-, Edward, grocer, (96) 94a.
-, Mary Sophia 1819, Charles 1811, Frederica 1813, monument, (9) 35a.
-, William, (scratching), (7) 24b.
-, " house occupied by, (71) 79a.

Hilton, James, limner, and Thomas, painter, house of, (59) 73a.

Hindle, John, mason, (7) 21b.

Hindley, Henry, clock made by, (13) 41b.

Hindmarsh, George, silversmith, (7) 26b.

Hob Moor, xxix.

Hob's Stone, (34) 58a.

Hodgson
-, Thomas, painter, (7) 21b.
-, " and William, plumbers, civ.

Hog-backs: xli; (8) 28b; (9) 33b–34a.

Holand, Sir John, 118a.

Holgate, xxix, 67a.

" Bridge, (21) 50a, b.

" House, (52) 67b, Pl. 160.

" Road (Lane), 67, 125–6.

Holroyd & Walker, of Sheffield, builders, (28) 55a.

Holroyde, Elizabeth 1827, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Holy Redeemer, church of, 10b, 32a, 34b.

" Trinity, church of, (5) 10b, Fig. 26, Pls. 12, 117–20.

" " Priory, see Religious Foundations, Benedictine.

Hooton Roberts, stone from, (23) 51a.

Hope, representations of: (carving), (4) 10a; (panel), (11) 38a, Pl. 42.

Hopps, John, surgeon, house of, (96) 94a.

Hornby, George, surgeon, house of, (72) 79b.

Horner
-, John 1791, Ann 1818, floor slab, (5) 16a.
-, " wine-merchant, house built for, (45) 64a.
-, Robert, Lord Mayor, (20) 50a.

Horsley, Benedict, surveyor: xxxii, xxxiv; plan of York by, Fig. 2, p. xxxv.

Hotham
-, George 1823, monument, (8) 29b.
-, William, Lord Mayor: (5) 15b; house rented by, (44) 63a.

Hothum, John de, property of, (62) 74a.

Hoton, John, bell-founder, (8) 29a.

Houses
-, Mediaeval: lxi; plans of, lxvii; sites of, lxvi; of stone and timber, (125) 109a, Pl. 191; timber-framed, (79) 82, Fig. 55, Pl. 174.
-, 14th-century
-,-, Timber-framed: (87) 88b, Figs. 60, 61, Pl. 49; (88) 89b.
-, 15th-century
-,-, Timber-framed: (59) 72b; (104) 98, Fig. 66, Pl. 185; (wealden), (120) 106b, Pl. 48.
-, c. 1500
-,-, Timber-framed: (74) 80a, Pl. 60; (137) (138) 112b.
-, 16th-century
-,-, Timber-framed: (54) 68b; (61) 74a; (85) 88a; (88) 89b; (92) 92a; (101) 96b, Fig. 65; (118) 104a, Figs. 70, 71, Pl. 46; (126) 109b, Pl. 188.
-, c. 1600
-,-, Timber-framed: (58) 72a; (71) 79a; (73) 79b; (79) 83a; (122) 107b, Pl. 190.
-, 17th-century
-,-, Brick: lxvi, lxxx; (61) 74a; (63) 74b, Pls. 51, 54; (72) 79b; (85) 88a; (89) 91a, Pls. 51, 54; (96) 94a; (100) 95b; (149) 115a, Pl. 6; (153) 116b. See also Brick-work.
-,-, Timber-framed: (99) 95a, b; (127) 110a, Pl. 188; (walls cased), (154) 116b.
-, 17th/18th-century: lxxix-xcii; plans of, lxxix; sites of, lxxix.
-,-, Brick, Notable: (163) 118b, Fig. 73, Pls. 197–203; (164) 121b, Pl. 204.
-, 18th-century
-,-, Brick, Notable: (38) 59b-61a, Fig. 48; (44) 63a, Pl. 158; (52) 67b, Pl. 160; (55) 69b, Fig. 50, Pl. 163; (65) 76a, Fig. 51, Pls. 78, 170; (66) 76b, Figs. 52, 53, Pls. 55, 78, 172; (68) 78a, Fig. 54, Pl. 173; (70) 79a, Pl. 173; (80) 83a, Figs. 56–8, Pl. 175; (81) 85a, Figs. 58, 59, Pls. 55, 177, 178; (83) 86b, Fig. 58, Pl. 53; (95) 93a, Fig. 64, Pl. 184; (107) 99b, Fig. 67, Pl. 188; (117) 103, Fig. 69, Pl. 189; (142) 113a, Pl. 193.
-, 19th-century: xcii-civ; plans of, xciv, Fig. 19, p. xcvi; topographical list, 123–30; chronological list, 131; Pls. 58–60.

Howson, Thomas, vicar, will of, (4) 4b.

Hubback, George 1810, monument, (11) 38a.

Hudson, George, chairman of Y.N.M. Railway: (28) 55a; Railway St. formerly named after, 100b.

Hudson Street, see Railway Street.

Hungate, Thomas, householder, (50) 66a.

Hunt, Francis, churchwarden, (5) 15a.

Hurworth, Thomas 1830, Elizabeth 1839, monument, (7) 25b.

Hutchinson, Anne, monument erected by, (11) 38a.

Hutton
-, Arms of, quartered by Dawson, (7) 25b.
-, Matthew, antiquary, xxx.

IK, silversmith, (12) 40a.

Ibbotson, I., churchwarden, (6) 20a.

Ikin, Mr., householder, (49) 65b.

Images, liv. See also Carvings.

Indents, see Brasses, monumental.

Ingham, Joshua 1836, Elizabeth 1848, monument, (5) 15b.

Ings, xlii.

Inns, lxiv.
-, Adelphi, (61) 73b.
-, Bay Horse, (48) 65a, b.
-, Black Swan, (131) 111b.
-, Coach and Horses, (87) 89a.
-, Cross Keys, (155) 117a.
-, Crown, (60) 73a.
-, Crystal Palace, No. 66 Holgate Road, 126.
-, Falcon, (84) 88a, Pl. 92.
-, Franks' Hotel, (98) 95a.
-, Grapes. (60) 73b.
-, Jolly Bacchus, Bar Lane, 59a.
-, Lion and Lamb, No. 39 Blossom Street, 124.
-, Micklegate, (61) 73b.
-, Minster, (73) 80a.
-, Nag's Head, (88) 89b.
-, Old Wheatsheaf, 109b.
-, Packhorse, (58) 72b.
-, Plumbers' Arms, (118) lxv, 104, Fig. 70, Pl. 46.
-, Punch Bowl, Blossom Street, 123.
-, Queen's Hotel, (55) 69b.
-, Red Lion, (92) 92a.
-, Trinity House, (128) 110a.
-, Unicorn, (124) 108b.
-, Windmill Hotel, (43) 62b.

Inscriptions: lvi; (7) 25a; (11) 38b; see also Brasses, monumental, Creed, Masons' Marks, Monuments, funeral and Wall-painting.

Iron Age, xxxviii.

Ironfounders, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Ironwork, civ.
-, Balconies: civ; (66) 76b; Nos. 122, 132 The Mount, No. 302 Tadcaster Road., Pl. 80.
-, Balusters: ciii; (13) 46a; (28) 56a, Pl. 89; (44) 64a; (56) 72a; No. 306 Tadcaster Road., Pl. 89.
-, Columns, (13) 42b.
-, Gates: (28) 57a, Pl. 150; (36) 58b, Pl. 45; (81) 85b.
-, Pillars, (11) 37b, 38a.
-, Railings: (13) 45a; (66) 76b; (83) 88a; No. 11 Acomb Rd., Pl. 80.
-, Structural, (28) 55a, 57a.
-, Trusses, (13) 42b.
-, See also Carron, Cast-iron and Grates.

Iveson
-, A. 1729, floor slab, (7) 26a, Pl. 36.
-, Alicia 1729, monument, (7) 25b.
-, Family, floor slab, (7) 26a.
-, John, house acquired by, (52) 67b.

Jackson
-, Thomas, bricklayer, No. 2 Bridge Street, 124.
-, William 1751, floor slab, (9) 35b.

Jacob's Well, (125) lxii, 109, Fig. 13b, p. lxxiii, Pl. 191.

Jefferys, Thomas, see Artists and Surveyors.

Jennings
-, David, plasterer, (13) 46b.
-, Judith, plasterer, (44) 63b.
-, Thomas, house occupied by, (93) 92a.

Jetties: lxx, Fig. 12; (79) 82a, Fig. 55, Pl. 174; (87) 88b; (88) 89b; (104) 99a, Fig. 66, Pl. 185; (118) 104a, Pl. 46; (120) 106b, 107a; (122) 108a, Pl. 190; (125) 109a, b, Pl. 191.

Jews, houses of, lxi.

Johnson, Ann Marion, school kept by, (163) 119b.

Johnston
-, Henry, see Artists and Surveyors.
-, Nathaniel, antiquary, xxx.

Jolly Bacchus, Bar Lane, 59a.

Jones
-, Ellen 1830, monument, (11) 38a.
-, G. H. Fowler, see Architects.

Jubb, Henry: house built by, (97) 94b; Lord Mayor, (5) 15b; 1792, and Elizabeth 1793, monument, (5) 15b.

Justice, representation of (panel), (13) 45b, Pl. 42.

Kay, William 1798, monument, (11) 38a.

Keepe, Henry, antiquary, xxxi.

Keyworth, Henry, surgeon, (58) 72b.

Kidcotes, 49a.

Kidd, Jane 1839, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Kilby
-, John Fryers, brewer: Lord Mayor, (4) 9b; property of, (88) 90a, (124) 108b.
-, Thomas, brewer: house of, (82) 86b; Lord Mayor, (4) 9b.

Killingholm(e), Richard: 1451, inscription to (glass), (4) 9a; and Joan and Margaret c. 1451, floor slab, (4) 10a.

Kilvington
-, Andrew, stonemason, (39) 61a.
-, Anna 1743, Elizabeth 1745, floor slab, (11) 38a, b.
-, George, stonemason, (39) 61a.

King, Gregory, artist, xxxii.

King's House, site of, (28) 53b.

" Manor, ceiling removed to, (101) 97b.

Kirby, Thomas and William, druggists, house of, (72) 79b.

Kirk Lane or Kirkgail, see Carr's Lane.

Kirlew, John, house of, (116) 103a.

Kitchens: lxviii; xcv; (38) 61a; (81) 86a, Pl. 92; (149) 115b.

Knapton, Phillip 1833, floor slab, (8) 30a.

Knavesmire, xxix, 62b.

" Racecourse Grandstand, (23) 50b.

" Wood, (37) 58b.

Knottyngley, family, property of, (60) 73b.

Knowles
-, Ann 1746, floor slab, (8) 30a.
-, J. W., see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Glass-painters and Glaziers.

Knowlson, Richard, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Plasterers.

Kyllingwyke, Thomas de, and Juliana, late 14th-century floor slab, (4) 10a.

Laburnam House, Front Street, Acomb, (140) 113a.

Lakin, John, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Bricklayers.

Langdale, Hon. Marmaduke, (98) 95a.

Lascelles, Hon. E. W., (164) 121b.

Lawrence, John, churchwarden, (8) 30a.

Lawson
-, Family, (100) 95b.
-, Rev. Thomas, cross given by, (13) 45b.

Leadbitter, John, image removed by, (13) 45b.

Leadwork, lxxxiii.
-, Ornament, (55) 71a, Pl. 61.
-, Rainwater Heads and Pipes
-,-, 18th-century: (46) 65a; (58) 72b; (66) 76b, Pl. 81; (68) 78a, Pl. 81; (71) 79a, Pl. 81; (73) 80a, Pl. 81; (80) 83b, 84b, Pl. 81; (81) 85b, 86a, Pl. 81; (87) 89a; (107) 99b; (141) 113a.
-,-, 19th-century: (74) 80b; (98) 95a.
-,-, Undated: (56) 71b; (83) 88a; (112) 101b.

Lecterns, lvi.
-, 15th-century, (6) 19b, Pl. 44.
-, 19th-century, (5) 15b.

Lee
-, Henry, miller, (43) 63a.
-, William Phillips, house let to, (47) 65a.

Leedes, Mrs. Henrietta, house of, (61) 73b.

Leigh
-, Mrs. Trafford, (12) 39a.
-, Rev. Edward Trafford, 1847, monument, (12) 40a; (163) 119b.

Lighting, gas: ciii; civ; (13) 40b.

Lindberg, Major, house of, (142) 113b.

Lindley, William, assistant of John Carr, architect, (23) 51a.

Lion and Lamb, No. 31 Blossom Street, 124.

Littlegate, 100b.

Lloyd
-, Arms of, impaled by Wray, (7) 25b.
-, George, house of, (142) 113b.

Lockey, George, gallery built by, (7) 22a.

Locksmith, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Lodge, The, Front Street, Acomb, (141) 113a, Pl. 193.

" William, artist, xxxii, Pl. 2.

Londisdall or Lonesdale, William 1480, floor slab, (4) 10a.

Long-houses, (149) 115b.

Lonsdale, William, (scratching), (7) 24b.

Lord Mayors' Tables: lvi; (4) 9b; (5) 15b; (6) 19b; Pl. 22; (9) 34b, Pl. 22.

Lounlithgate, 59a.

Lovell, family, 116a.

Low Moor Company, Bradford, ciii.

Lowther Terrace, 126.

Lucas
-, Hannah, Mary, Henry 1848, tombstone, (9) 35a.
-, Samuel Appleyard, monumental mason: lvii; (9) 35a.

Lumb, Francis, 91a.

Lumley, Brig. Gen., the Hon. O. U. G. A., (164) 121b.

Lund
-, John, junior, see Artists and Surveyors.
-, Rev. Thomas, house of, (56) 71b.

Lupton, Thomas, land sold by, (46) 64b.

Luttrell, arms of: (glass), (4) 8b; (blazon), 132.

Lynell, Edwin, (scratching), (7) 24b.

Mackerill, James, shop of, (85) 88a.

Maleshoures, family, 106b.

Malthouse, (109) 101a.

Malton
-, Ann 1754, John 1773, floor slab, (7) 26a.
-, John, goldsmith, house of, (61) 73b.

Manor Farm, Acomb, (137) lxiv, 112b.

" " Dringhouses, (160) 117b, 118a.

" House, Dringhouses, (158) 117b.

Marmoutier, Abbey of, Holy Trinity church given to, (5) 10b.

Marsh
-, Crest of, (73) 80a, Pl. 81.
-, Rev. Philemon, 1788, floor slab, (7) 26a; house of widow of, (73) 80a.

Marshall, Catherine, 1779, floor slab, (7) 26a; home of, (67) 78a.

Mason
-, James and Elizabeth, house of, (61) 73b.
-, Mary 1718/19, floor slab, (4) 10a.

Masons, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Masons' Marks: lvi; (4) 5b, 6a, Fig. 6, p. lv; (5) 15b, Fig. 7, p. lv; (7) Fig. 8, p. lv.

Masterman
-, Henry, Lord of Manor of Acomb, (21) 50b.
-, " senior, house of, (80) 83b.

Matterson, Edward, plumber, house built by, (52) 67b.

Maude, Christopher, churchwarden, (5) 16a.

Mauleverer, arms of, impaled by Yorke: (6) 18a; (glass) 19a; (blazon), 132.

Mawman, John, churchwarden, (9) 35b.

Mawson, Thomas, combmaker, house of, (91) 91b.

Mayson, James 1733, Elizabeth 1745, Thomas 1772, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Meburn, William, possible coffin of, 1394, (4) 7b.

Meek, James: Lord Mayor, (9) 34b; house built by, 118a.

Mell, Thomas, site bought from, (64) 75a.

Melor(?), monumental mason, (9) 35a.

Merchants' Marks: Toller (glass), (7) 24b; Yorke, (6) 18a-b.

Merry, Mary 1829, floor slab, (8) 30a.

Metcalfe
-, Sir Gilbert 1698, floor slab, (7) 25b.
-, Rev. John, house of, (47) 65a.

Meynel, Roger, house of, (93) 92a.

Micklegate, 68–96, 126–7, Pls. 153, 162; Figs. opp. pp. 69, 94.

" The, (61) 73b.

" House, (81) 85a, Figs, 58, 59, Pls. 55, 177–182.

" Stray, boundary of, (31) 58a.

Micklethwait
-, Arms of: (5) 16a; (blazon), 132.
-, Elias 1632: brass, (5) 15a; tomb, (5) 16a.

Middlethorpe, xxix, 118–122.

" Grange, (162) 118a.

" Hall, (163) 118b, Fig. 72, Pls. 197–203.

" Manor, (164) 121b, Pl. 204.

Middleton
-, Ann, widow of Peter, hospital founded by, (24) 51b.
-, Margaret 1720, floor slab, (9) 35a.
-, Richard, yeoman, householder, (50) 66a.

Middleton's Almshouses, (24) 51b, Fig. 44, Pl. 151.

Milburn, G. W., carver, (5) 12b.

Mill Mount, (50) 66a, Pl. 46.

" " School, 127, Fig. 19, p. xcvi, Pl. 196.

Milner, Mary 1783, George 1789, floor slab, (4) 10a.

Minster Inn, (73) 80a.

Monckton or Mountain, John, (82) 86b.

Monkhouse, lithograph by, (44) 63b.

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley, (163) 119b.

Monuments, funeral, lvi-lix, Pls. 32–6.
-, Altar Tomb, 15th-century, (6) 19b, Pl. 19.
-, Floor Slabs
-,-, 14th-century, (4) 9b, 10a.
-,-, 15th-century: (4) 10a; (7) 26a, Pl. 36.
-,-, 16th-century, (4) 9b.
-,-, 17th-century: (4) 9b, Pl. 36; (7) 25b, 26a; (8) 30a.
-,-, 18th-century: (4) 10a; (5) 16a; (7) 25b, 26a, Pl. 36; (8) 29b, 30a; (9) 35b; (11) 38a.
-,-, 19th-century: (4) 10a; (5) 16a; (7) 26a, Pl. 36, 26b; (8) 29b, 30a; (9) 35b.
-, Gravestones
-,-, Pre-conquest: (7) 24a; (8) 28b, 29a, Pl. 26; (9) 33b, 34a, b, Pls. 25, 26.
-, Wall Monuments and Tablets
-,-, 18th-century: (4) 9b; (5) 15b, Pl. 34; (6) 19b, Pl. 33, 20a, Pl. 35; (7) 25a, Pl. 32, 25b, Pl. 33; (8) 29b; (9) 34b, 35a; (11) 38a, Pl. 33; (12) 39b.
-,-, 19th-century: (5) 15b; (6) 19b; (7) 25a, b; (8) 29b; (9) 34b, 35a; (11) 38a, Pls. 33, 35; (12) 39b, 40a, b.
-, Wall Monuments (Cartouches)
-,-, 17th-century, (5) 15b.
-,-, 18th-century: (4) 9b, Pl. 32; (5) 15b; (6) 19b, 20a; (7) 25b, Pl. 32; (9) 35a, Pl. 32.

Moreton, John de, will of, (7) 21a.

Morrell, W. W., house of, (52) 67b.

Morrice, Elizabeth 1768, floor slab, (9) 35b.

Mortimer, Robert, aledraper, (88) 91a.

Moses, representation of (glass), (12) 39b.

Mosley, Elizabeth, John and Thomas, indent for brass, (6) 18b.

Mosley's School, (26) 53a.

Mot, Robert, bell-founder, (7) 24a.

Mount, The, 62–6, 127–8.

" Ephraim, 96a, 128

" Parade, 96a, Pl. 59, 128.

" School, summer house at, (52) 68a, Pl. 56.

" Terrace, 96a, 128.

" Vale, 128.

Mountain
-, Robert, builder, (13) 40b.
-, Widow, site owned by, (97) 94b.
-, See also Monckton.

Mounting Block, (35) 58a, b.

Mountsorrell, lxi.

Muro, William de, property of, (62) 74a.

Murray, Lindley: house of, (52) 67b; seat put up by, 67b.

Musgrave, Archbishop, (162) 118b.

Mykelgate, Erneis de, land given to St. Peter's Hospital by, (54) 68b.

Nag's Head, (88) 89b.

Nelson
-, Rev. John, chapel designed by (14) 47a.
-, Thomas, chantry founded by, (5) 12a.

Neolithic Period, finds from, xxxvii.

Neville, Ralf, Earl of Westmorland, arms of: (glass), (6) 19b; (blazon), 132.

New Inn, (119) 106a.

" Parks, Shipton, 107 n.

Newmarch, Joseph, wine merchant, householder, (45) 64a.

Newton, Rev. Robert, chapel opened by, (14) 47a.

Nicholson
-, Frances 1721, monument, (8) 29b.
-, George, artist, xxxiii.
-, John, property of, (61) 73b.
-, Patience, school kept by, (64) 75b.

North Eastern Railway, house owned by, (80) 83b.

North Street: 96–100, 128; building trades in, 96a.

Northumbrian Period, xl.

Nunnery Lane, 100a, 128.

Nunroyd, The Mount, (50) 66a, Pl. 46.

Nutbrown, Robert, gardener, (82) 86b.

Nutt, John, comb factory of, (129) 110b.

Old Rectory: Tanner Row, (122) lxv, 107b, Pl. 190; Victor St., (42) 62a, Pl. 46.

" Testament, scenes from (glass), (7) 24b, 25a, Pl. 30.

" Wheatsheaf, 109b.

Oldfield, William, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Bell-founders.

Oldred, William, mason, 49a.

Ombler, Ann 1786, monument, (5) 16a.

Ordnance Survey, house occupied by, (97) 94b.

Orfeur
-, Arms of, (4) 10a.
-, William, plate given by, (4) 10a.

Organs, 19th-century: (6) 17a; (9) 35b.

Orinshed, Richard, glass given by, (6) 19b.

Ouse Bridge: (20) 48b, Pls. 142–4; stone for repair of, (5) 12a.

Outbuildings
-, Dovecotes
-,-, c. 1700, (163) 121b.
-,-, 18th-century, (136) 112a.
-, Stables
-,-, 17th-century, (149) 115b.
-,-, c. 1700, (163) 121a.
-,-, 18th-century: (52) 68a; (136) 112a; (152) 116a.
-, Summerhouses
-,-, 18th-century, (52) 68a, Pl. 56.
-,-, Undated, (136) 112a, b.

Overend, Leonard, slater, Albion Street, 59a.

Oxford Street, 100a, 128.

Pack & Chapman, bell-founders, (9) 34b.

Pack Horse Inn, (58) 72b.

Pageant Green, 106b.

Paget, L. C., house let to, (163) 119b.

Paine, James, architect, (23) 51a.

Painters, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Paintings, 17th-century: (13) 45b; (95) 93b-94a. See also Wall-painting.

Palace of Archbishop, stone from 49a.

Palmer
-, Harriet, school kept by, (90) 91b.
-, Rev. Henry Vaughan, (129) 110b.
-, William, monumental mason: lvii; (9) 35a.

Palmes, Mrs. Jane, house of, (93) 92a.

Palstaves, xxxix.

Panelling, lxxvii, lxxxv, Fig. 16, p. lxxxvi.
-, 16th-century, (13) 45b, Pl. 42.
-, c. 1600, (118) 104a, 105b.
-, 17th-century: (54) 69a; (55) 71b; (96) 94a; (132) 111b.
-, c. 1700: (56) 71b, 72a; (163) 120b, 121a, Pls. 200–2; (164) 122a.
-, 18th-century: (11) 38b; (54) 69a; (55) 71a, b, Pls. 69, 165, 166, Fig. 16a, p. lxxxvi; (64) 75b, Pl. 69, Fig. 16d, p. lxxxvi; (65) 76a, Fig. 16e, p. lxxxvi; (66) 76b; (81) 86a; (94) 93a, Fig. 16f, p. lxxxvi; (95) 94a, Fig. 16c, p. lxxxvi; (101) 97b; (102) 97b; (163) 121a.

Parables, representation of (glass), (12) 39b.

Park Street, 100a, 128–9.

Parker, William, millwright, house of, (116) 103a.

Parrot, Chas., Lord Mayor, (4) 9b.

Parsons, Samuel, surveyor, xxxii, Pl. 4.

Pasture Masters, (34) 58a.

Patryngton, Robert, mason, 118a.

Pawson
-, Arms of, (9) 35a.
-, Catherine 1767, monument, (9) 35a.
-, Elias, Lord Mayor, (9) 34b.
-, " 1715, Mary 1728, monument (cartouche), (9) 35a, Pl. 32.
-, " 1700, Alice, 1702, Elias 1705, Dyneley and Elizabeth 1708, Thomas 1710, Elias 1715, Mary 1728, floor slab, (9) 35b.
-, George, house of, (117) 103a.
-, Henry 1730, monument, (9) 35a.
-, Sarah 1724, floor slab, (9) 35b.

Payne, Humphrey, silversmith, (7) 26b.

Paynel, Ralph, (5) 10b.

Peace, representation of, (4) 10a.

Peacock
-, George, printer: house of, (95) 93a; Lord Mayor, (5) 15b, (20) 49b.
-, John and Dennis, (115) 102b.
-, Ralph, merchant, 59a.
-, Thomas, (scratching), (7) 24b.

Pearson, William, butcher, house of, (79) 82a.

Peart, Thomas, (87) 88b.

Peckitt
-, Ann 1765, floor slab, (7) 26a.
-, Mary 1826, floor slab, (7) 26a, monument, (7) 25b.
-, William and Ann, house of, (106) 99a. See also Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Glass-painters and Glaziers.

Peirson, Mrs. John 1746, floor slab, (7) 25b, 26a.

Pelican in Piety, representations of: (4) 10b; (13) 45a.

Pemberton, William, merchant grocer, (49) 65b.

Pennington, Margaret 1753, monument, (4) 9b.

Pennyman, Thomas, d.d. 1699, Esther 1745, floor slab, (4) 9b.

Penty, W. G. and A. J., see Architects.

Percy, arms of (glass), (4) 8b.

Perfect, Henry and Joseph, painters, (59) 73a.

Perrott
-, Arms of, (7) 25b.
-, Andrew 1701, monument (cartouche), (7) 25b, Pl. 32.
-, Hannah, Mary 1713, floor slab, (7) 25b.
-, Martha 1721, monument (cartouche), (7) 25b, Pl. 32.
-, Richard 1670, Dorothea 1680, John 1691, floor slab, (7) 25b.
-, Thomas 1728, floor slab, (7) 25b.

Pewter, see Plate, Church.

Phillips, William 1827, monument, (11) 38a.

Pick
-, Ann 1780, floor slab, (4) 10a.
-, John, (scratching), (7) 25a.

Pickford
-, Family, (130) 111a.
-, Rev. Joseph 1804, Mary 1834, monument, (11) 38a.

Piscinae, 13th-century: (5) 16a; (9) 35b.

Place
-, Francis, artist, xxxii, Pl. 198.
-, John, churchwarden, (9) 35b.

Plasterers, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Plasterwork, lxxvi.
-, 18th-century: (66) 77a, Pl. 90; (81) 86a, Pl. 90.
-, 19th-century (vaults), (13) 46b.
-, See also Ceilings, Plaster.

Plate, Church, lix.
-, Silver
-,-, Almsdish 17th-century, (4) 10a.
-,-, Cups 16th-century: (8) 30a; (11) 38b. 17th-century: (4) 10a, Pl. 37; (5) 16a, Pl. 37; (7) 26b; (9) 35b. 19th-century: (6) 20a; (7) 26b; (12) 40a.
-,-, Flagons 18th-century: (4) 10a, Pl. 37; (5) 16a; (6) 20a, Pl. 37; (7) 26b. 19th-century, (12) 40a.
-,-, Patens 16th-century, (8) 30a. 17th-century: (4) 10a, Pl. 37; (6) 20a; (9) 35b. 18th-century: (4) 10a; (5) 16a; (7) 26b. 19th-century: (5) 16a; (12) 40a. Rod 17th-century, (7) 26b. Salver 18th-century, (9) 35b.
-,-, Pewter Basin 18th-century, (8) 30a. Candlesticks 18th-century, (7) 26b. Chalice Mediaeval, (fragment), (9) 36a. Flagons 17th-century, (6) 20a, Pl. 37. 18th-century: (6) 20a, Pl. 37; (8) 30a. Patens Mediaeval, (fragment), (9) 36a. 16th/17th-century, (9) 36a. 18th-century, (8) 30a.

Playter, John, coal merchant, property of, (101) 96b.

Plesyngton, arms of, impaled by Stavely: (glass), (7) 25a; (blazon), 132.

Plows, William Abbey, monumental mason: lvii, lviii; (7) 25b; (9) 35b; (11) 38a.

Ploxwaingate, 62a.

Plumbers, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Plumbers' Arms, (118) lxv, 104, Fig. 70, Pl. 46.

Plumbing, civ.

Plunkett, Fr. Anthony, statues brought by, (13) 45b.

Poole, J., drawing by, (19) Pl. 6.

Poor Box, (7) 26b, Pl. 23.

Porches, ci.
-, 18th-century, (151) 116a.
-, 19th-century: (163) 119b, Pl. 62; (163) 120a.

Porter, William 1772, floor slab, (9) 35b.

Postill, organ made by, (6) 17a.

Potter
-, Arms of, (7) 26a.
-, Elizabeth 1766, monument, (6) 19b.
-, John, bell-founder, (5) 15a.

Pottery, 11th-century, (9) 30b.

Powell, William Stockdale: (88) 90a; (89) 91a; (90) 91b; (91) 91b.

Pressly, family, house of, (52) 67b.

Prest
-, Arms of, (9) 35a.
-, Edward 1821, Elizabeth 1841 Henry 1827, floor slab, (9) 35b.
-, " " " " monument, (9) 35a.
-, Henry 1827, monument, (9) 35a.

Preston
-, H. E., (164) 121b.
-, Sarah, householder, (38) 60a.

Price, William, grocer, (58) 72b.

Pricke of Conscience (glass), liii, (4) 8a.

Prince
-, John, see Builders and Contractors.
-, Thomas, house of, (62) 74a.

Priory Street, chapel in, (14) 47a.

Pritchett, James Pigott, see Architects.

Procter, Maria 1698, Francis 1733, floor slab, (8) 29b.

Providence Place, Lowther Terrace, 126.

Prudence, representation of (panel), (13) 45b, Pl. 42.

Pulpits, lix.
-, 17th-century: (4) 10a, Pl. 38; (7) 26b, Pl. 38.
-, 19th-century, (12) 40a.

Punch Bowl, Blossom Street, 123.

Queen Street, 100b, 129.

Queen's Hotel, (55) 69b, Fig. 50, Pl. 163.

" Staith, The, (27) 53a, 129.

RB, silversmith, (7) 26b.

Radcliffe, Charles, house sold to, (98) 95a.

Railway Station, Old, (28) 53, Figs. 45, 46, Pls. 147–50.

" " (new), (28) 55b.

" Street, 100b, 129.

Raine, Rev. Angelo, historian, xxxi.

Raisin, Richard, carpenter, (23) 51a.

Ramsden, William 1699, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Randeman, John, (6) 19a.

Raper, Kezia 1797, Jane 1792, floor slab, (5) 16a.

Rate Books, Parish, xxix.

Raven, Andrew, silversmith, (9) 35b.

Rawdon
-, Alicia, house of, (55) 70a.
-, Christopher, property bought from, (67) 78a.
-, William Frederick, (8) 83b.

Rawsthorne, John, architect, (20) 49a.

Rayson
-, John and Robert, carpenters, (7) 21b.
-, Matthew, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Carpenters and Joiners.
-, Thomas, see Builders and Contractors.

Rectory, The Old: Tanner Row, (122) 107b, Pl. 190; Victor St., (42) 62a, Pl. 46.

Red Lion, former p.h., (92) 92a.

Relic, 13th-century (?), (13) 45b.

Religious Foundations
-, Augustinian
-,-, Healaugh Park Priory, grant to, (80) 83a.
-, Benedictine
-,-, Holy Trinity Priory: lxi, lxii, lxiii, lxvii; (4) 3a, (79) 82a, (87) 88b; church, (5) 10b, Figs. 26, 28, Pls. 117–20; gatehouse, (5) 12b, Fig. 27; stone from, (20) 49a.
-,-, Marmoutier Abbey, church given to, (5) 10b.
-,-, St. Clement's Priory (Clementhorpe Nunnery), (19) 48b, Pl. 6.
-, Dominican
-,-, York Priory, site of, (28) 53b.
-, Hospital
-,-, St. Peter's, property of, lxiv, (54) 68.

Reredoses, 18th-century: lx; (4) 10a; (7) 26b, Pl. 127.

Reynolds
-, Arms of, impaled by Wilson, (6) 19b.
-, Richard, property of, (58) 72b.

Richard, Richd., (scratching), (7) 24b.

Richardson
-, Elizabeth 1854, monument, (5) 15b.
-, Mrs. Elizabeth, house owned by, (80) 83b.
-, Elizabeth Ann 1809, Mary 1830, floor slab, (7) 26b.
-, George Thomas, brazier, (20) 50a.
-, Harman, house of, (76) 81a.

Richmond
-, Sylvester 1793, floor slab, (11) 38a.
-, Walter 1803, Jane 1808, Ann 1798, floor slab, (5) 16a.

Ridsdale, Jeremiah, baker, site sold by, (98) 95a.

Riley, John, bricklayer, house of, (75) 80b.

Roberts, contractor, (12) 38b.

Robinson
-, Charles, druggist, property of, (60) 73b.
-, James, apothecary, (58) 72b.
-, Lydia, 1831, floor slab, (9) 35b.
-, Nathaniel 1770, floor slab, (7) 26a.
-, Ralph, house of, (61) 73b.
-, Sir Thomas, architect, (23) 51a.
-, Sir William, racing on land of, (23) 50b.

Rockingham, Marquess of, 51a.

Rodwell, Thomas 1787, monument, (9) 35a.

Roman
-, Masonry: (column), (4) 6a; (6) 18a; (8) 27a, 28a, b; (9) 30a, 33a.
-, Stone figures: (5) 16a; (7) 26b; (49) 66a.
-, Tombstones: (7) 26b; (9) 34b.

Rood-loft, (7) 22a, 23a.

Roofs and Roof-trusses: lxi, lxxii, Fig. 13, p. lxxiii.
-, Cambered
-,-, 15th-century: (7) 24a; (8) 28b, Pl. 17.
-,-, c. 1500: (7) 24a; (6) 18a, Pl. 17; (9) 33a.
-,-, 16th-century, (6) 18b.
-, Collar-beam
-,-, 16th-century: (54) 69a; (92) 92a; (118) 105a.
-,-, 17th-century: (122) 108a, Fig. 131; (with clasped purlins), (127) 110a, Fig. 13k.
-,-, 18th-century, (101) 97b.
-, Crown-post
-,-, Mediaeval, (125) 109b, Fig. 13b.
-,-, 14th-century, (87) 89a, Fig. 13a, Pls. 49, 50.
-,-, 15th-century: (59) 73a, Fig. 13d, Pl. 50; (87) 89b, Fig. 62, Pl. 49; (104) 99a, Fig. 13c; (120) 107a.
-,-, c. 1500, (79) 82a, Fig. 13e.
-, Hammer-beam
-,-, 15th-century, (4) 6b, Pl. 97.
-, Kerb
-,-, 16th-century, (5) 14b.
-,-, c. 1600, with sole-pieces: (58) 72b, Fig. 13j; (87) 89b, Fig. 63.
-, King-post
-,-, 14th-century, (88) 91a.
-,-, 16th-century, (88) 91a.
-,-, 18th-century, (13) 45a.
-,-, 19th-century: (10) 37a; (106) 99b; (114) 102b.
-, Mansard
-,-, 18th-century, (144) 114b.
-, Queen-post
-,-, c. 1500, (137) 112b.
-,-, 18th-century, (13) 45a.
-,-, 19th-century: (10) 37a; (163) 121a.
-, Sole-piece
-,-, 16th/17th-century: (58) 72b, Fig. 13j; (59) 73a; (87) 89b, Figs. 13i, 63.
-, Tie-beam
-,-, 17th-century, (9) 33a.
-,-, 18th-century, (7) 24a.
-,-, 19th-century, (12) 39a-b.
-, Trussed Rafter
-,-, 17th-century, (29) 57b.
-, Upper Cruck
-,-, 17th-century, (85) 88b.
-, Miscellaneous
-,-, 17th-century, (101) 97b.
-,-, 17th/18th-century, (8) 28b.
-,-, 18th-century, (81) 86a.

Roos or Ros
-, Arms of, (34) 58a.
-, Lady Beatrix de, bell given by, (6) 18b.

Rosary Terrace, 129.

Rosemary Terrace, 129.

Rothum, John 1390, floor slab, (4) 9b, 10a.

Rougier Street, 100b, 129.

Roundell, Richard, monogram of (glass), (7) 25a.

Rousby, Capt. William 1761, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Rowntree
-, Joseph, householder, (45) 64b.
-, Mary, 1846, floor slab, (7) 26a, Pl. 36; monument, (7) 25b.

Rowntree's Park, (36) 58b.

Royal Arms, lx, 132.
-, Edward III (glass), (7) 25a.
-, 15th-century (glass), (4) 8b.
-, Elizabeth I, (20) 49b.
-, Charles II (glass), (11) 38a, Pl. 41.
-, William and Mary, (7) 26b.
-, Hanoverian (carved wood), (5) 16a.
-, George III (painted), (8) 30a, Pl. 41.
-, William IV (painted), (11) 38b, Pl. 41.
-, Sovereign Unidentified, (4) 10b.

Royston, Thomas 1680, Matthew 1721, monument, (11) 38a.

Rusby, Mr., slates provided by, (44) 63a.

Russell
-, David, Clerk of Works, (20) 49b.
-, Mary 1762, floor slab, (8) 30a.

Ryther, arms of: (bell), (8) 29a, Fig. 32; (blazon), 132.

St. Albert, representation of (glass), (7) 24b.

St. Ambrose, representation of (reredos), (13) 45b.

St. Anne, representation of (glass), (4) 7b, Frontispiece.

St. Augustine, representation of (reredos), (13) 45b.

St. Catherine: hospital of, (25) 51b, No. 45 Holgate Road, 126; representation of (glass), (7) 24b, Pl. 31.

St. Christopher, representations of (glass), (4) 7b, Pl. 104; (6) 19a, b, Pl. 123.

St. Clement: church of, Scarcroft Road, 16a, 34b; priory of, (19) 48b, Pl. 6.

St. Clement's Place, see Clementhorpe.

St. Eadmund, representation of (glass), (7) 24b.

St. Edmund, arms of: (bell), (8) 29a; (blazon), 132.

St. Edward the Confessor, church of (12) 38b, Fig. 39, Pls. 135, 136.

St. Egbert, representation of (glass), (7) 24b.

St. Elizabeth, (6) 19b.

St. George: old churchyard of, (17) 48a; representation of (glass), (6) 19a, b; stone from chapel of, 49a.

St. Gregory: mass of (glass), (4) 9b, Pl. 105; parish of, (7) 21b; representation of (reredos), (13) 45b.

St. Helen, chapels dedicated to, (12) 38b.

St. Hilda, church of, Tang Hall, 34b.

St. James (?), representation of (glass), (4) 9b.

St. Jerome, representation of (reredos), (13) 45b.

St. John the Baptist: representations of (glass), (4) 7b, Pl. 104; (7) 24b, Pl. 31; (12) 39b; scenes from the life of (glass), (6) 19b.

St. John the Evangelist: parish church of, (6) 16a, Fig. 29, Pl. 121; representations of (glass), (4) 8b, 9a, Pl. 105; (7) 25a; (12) 39b.

St. Joseph, representations of: (glass), (12) 39b; (marble), (13) 45b.

St. Jude, representation of (glass), (7) 24b.

St. Katherine, choir of, (4) 3b.

St. Lucy (?), representation of (carving), (4) 9b.

St. Luke, representation of (glass), (12) 39b.

St. Margaret, representation of (alabaster), (13) 45b, Pl. 140.

St. Mark, representation of (glass), (12) 39b.

St. Martin, representation of (glass), (7) 25a.

St. Martin-cum-Gregory, church of, (7) 20a, Fig. 30, Pl. 128.

St. Martin's, Coney Street, image from, (13) 45b.

" " Lane, 100b.

St. Mary Bishophill Junior, church of, (8) 26b, Fig. 31, Pl. 129.

" " " Senior, church of, (9) 30, Figs. 34, 35, Pls. 131 132.

St. Mary the Virgin
-, Altar of, (7) 21a.
-, Representations of (glass): (4) 7b, Frontispiece, 8b; (7) 25a; (8) 29b; (12) 39b.
-,-, Annunciation: (glass), (4) 8a, Pl. 102; (panelling), (13) 45b; (stone), (20) 50a, Pl. 141.
-,-, Assumption (marble), (13) 45b.
-,-, Coronation (glass): (4) 8a, Pl. 102; (6) 19b, Pl. 123.
-,-, Flight into Egypt (stone), (20) 50a, Pl. 141.
-,-, With Child: (glass), (4) 9b; (bell stamp), (8) 29a, Fig. 33; (stone), (13) 45a; (stone), (19) 48b, Pl. 141.

St. Mary's Abbey, stones from: 49a; (136) 112b.

" " Row, 59b.

St. Matthew, representation of (glass), (12) 39b.

St. Michael, representations of: (alabaster), (13) 45b, Pl. 140; (glass), (4) 8a, 9a; (6) 19b; (8) 29b.

St. Nicholas: bells from hospital of, (6) 16b; chapel of, (5) 14b, Pl. 118; (7) 21a; church of, (5) 12a; representation of (glass), (7) 24b.

St. Omer, seal of Chapter of, (13) 45b.

St. Paul: church of, (10) 36a, Fig. 36, Pl. 134; representation of (glass), (12) 39b.

St. Paul's Square, 100b, 129.

St. Peter, representations of (glass): (4) 8a; (12) 39b.

St. Peter's Hospital, (54) 68b.

St. Quintin
-, Matthew Chitty, property of, (95) 93a.
-, Sir William, (95) 93a.

St. Sampson, church of, communion table from, (8) 29b.

St. Saviour, church of, font from, (5) 15a.

St. Sebastian, representation of (alabaster), (13) 45b, Pl. 140.

St. Stephen, church of, Acomb: 34b; (11) 37a, Pls. 135, 136.

St. Stephen's Orphanage, (129) 110b.

St. Thomas of Canterbury, representation of (glass), (4) 8b.

" " the Apostle, representations of (glass): (4) 8b; (7) 24b.

St. William, chapel of, (20) 48b–50a.

Sanderson, Ann, (64) 75a.

Sandys, the Misses, house of, (80) 83b.

Sashes, sliding or Yorkshire, (140) 113a.

Saw-mill, (114) 102, Fig. 68, Pl. 189.

Sawrey, William 1727, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Saxon Stones, carved, see Carving, Pre-conquest.

Scarborough Bridge, (22) 50b.

Scarisbrick
-, Arms of, (5) 15b.
-, Elizabeth 1797, monument, (5) 15b, Pl. 34.

Scarr, Christopher, premises of, (101) 96b.

Schools: civ; (26) 53a.

Scott, John 1775, monument, (6) 19b.

Scrope
-, Arms of (glass), (7) 24b.
-, Family, (62) 74a.
-, Sir Geoffrey le, (62) (63) 74.
-, Baron John le, (7) 21a.

Sculptors and Monumental Masons, lvi-lviii.
-, Atkinson, Thomas: (5) 15b; (9) 35a; (12) 40a.
-, Bennett, (Thomas): (6) 20a; (7) 25b.
-, Davies, R. G., (11) 38a.
-, Essex, (5) 15b.
-, Fisher, Charles: (7) 25a, b; (11) 38a.
-, " Family, (9) 35a.
-, Lucas, Samuel Appleyard, (9) 35a.
-, Melor, (9) 35a.
-, Palmer, William: (9) 35a.
-, Plows, William Abbey: (7) 25b; (9) 35b; (11) 38a.
-, Shaftoe, (7) 25b.
-, Skelton, Matthew: (5) 15b; (8) 29b; (9) 35a.
-, Stead, William, junior and senior: (5) 15b; (6) 19b; (7) 25a, b; (8) 29b; (12) 40a; see also Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Masons.
-, Taylor, Michael: (5) 15b; (7) 25a; (11) 38a; (13) 40b, 46b; (44) 63b.
-, Waudby, (John), (9) 35a.
-, Williams, W., (11) 38a.

Scunthorpe Museum, clock from St. William's chapel at, 50a.

Seating, lx.
-, 15th-century, misericorde, (4) 10b, Pl. 19.
-, 19th-century, (12) 40a.
-, See also Furniture, Chairs.

Selby
-, Hugh de: lxi; property of, (63) 74b.
-, Nicholas de, lxi.
-, Thomas, house occupied by, (100) 95b.

Semphill, Lady 1806, monument, (5) 15b.

Severus Place, see Acomb Road.

Shafto, Mr., builder, Nos. 70, 70A, 72 Holgate Road, 126.

Shaftoe, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.
-, John, mason, No. 2 Bridge Street, 124.

Shakespeare, representation of, (81) 86a.

Sharp, William 1703, Elizabeth and Dorothy, William 1718, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Sharpe, John, tile maker, (4) 5a.

Shaw
-, Rev. P., (122) 107b.
-, William, carpenter, (44) 63b.

Sherwood, Edward, house of, (95) 93a.

Shilleto, Joseph, butcher, house of, (54) 68b.

Shirburn, John de, 49b.

Shop Fronts, 19th-century: (69) 78b; (90) 91b; (101) 96b.

Shouksmith
-, John Henry, house sold to, (97) 94b.
-, Joseph, plumber and glazier, Dove Street, 124.

Shupton, John, chantry of, (6) 16b.

Silversmiths, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Goldsmiths and Silversmiths.

Simpson
-, Christopher, house of, (74) 80b.
-, James, architect, xlix.
-, Sir John, cornfactor: Lord Mayor, (4) 9b; (123) 108a.
-, John, farmer, house occupied by, (51) 66b.
-, " whitesmith, house of, (75) 81a.
-, Leonard: house occupied by, (50) 66b; and John (later Sir), St. Catherine's Hospital site acquired by, (25) 51b.
-, Thomas, plate given by, (4) 10a.
-, " (scratching), (7) 24b.

Skaife
-, Mrs., (49) 65b.
-, Robert Hardisty, historian: xxxi; house of, (49) 65b.

Skeldergate, 100–5, 129.

Skelton, Matthew, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

" fireplace removed to, (107) 100a.

Skinner, Rev. J., sketch of carving by, (20) 50a.

Smales
-, Ann 1835, Francis 1834, monument, (8) 29b.
-, Maria Dorothy 1849, monument, (8) 29b.

Smeaton, John, mill sails designed by, (30) 57b.

Smith
-, Arms of, (11) 38a.
-, Alfred, surveyor, xxxiii, xxxvi.
-, George, churchwarden, (9) 35b.
-, John, aledraper, (88) 91a.
-, Matthew, property of, (75) 80b.
-, Samuel, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Bell-founders.
-, " 1713, monument, (11) 38a.
-, Thomas 1810, Ann 1818, John 1805, Barnard 1822, Rev. William 1823, Henry 1823, Thomas 1841, monument, (11) 38a, Pl. 35.
-, Thomas, junior, house of, (117) 103b.
-, William: houses built by, (46) 64b; house sold to, (49) 65b.
-, " see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Masons.

Smithson, George, house bought by, (86) 88b.

Sole-pieces, see Roofs and Roof-trusses.

Somers, Elizabeth 1726, floor slab, (7) 26a.

South Parade, 105b, 129, Pl. 157.

Spear, Bronze Age, xxxix.

Speed, John, surveyor, xxxii, xxxiv.

Spence
-, Mary 1811, brass, (8) 29a.
-, Matthew, inn-holder, (48) 65b.

Spire, (4) 6b.

Spit, mechanical, (81) 86a.

Stables see Outbuildings.

Stafford
-, Elizabeth, inscription, (147) 115a.
-, Sir Ralph, 118a.

Stainforth, William, (42) 62a.

Stainton, Henry 1764, Elizabeth 1794, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Staircases: lxxvi-lxxvii; lxxxvii-xcii, Figs. 17, 18; ciii.
-, 17th-century: (61) 74a, Pl. 83; (72) 79b, Fig. 17a, p. xc, Pls. 82, 176; (85) 88a, Fig. 17d, p. xc; (89) 91b; (94) 93a, Pl. 84; (96) 94b, Pl. 87; (99) 95b; (162) 118b, Pl. 83.
-, c. 1700: (56) 71b, Pl. 86; (121) 107b; (141) 113a, Pls. 84, 87; (163) 120a, Pl. 202, 120b, Pl. 83, Fig. 17b, p. xc; (164) 122b.
-, 18th-century: (13) 44a; (38) 60b; (41) 62a; Pl. 18, Fig. 18n, p. xci; (44) 64a; (46) 65a; (52) 68a; (54) 69a, Pl. 161, Fig. 17e, p. xc; (59) 73a, Pl. 85, Fig. 18k, p. xci; (64) 75b, Pl. 88; (65) 76a, Pl. 171; (66) 77a, Pl. 88, Fig. 18p, p. xci; (69) 79a; (stone), (70) 79a; (73) 80a, Pl. 87; (75) 81a, Fig. 17i, p. xci; (77) 81b; (78) 82a; (80) 84b, Pls. 82, 84; (81) 86a, Pl. 182, 84, Fig. 180, p. xci; (83) 88a; (91) 91b–92a; (93) 92b, Pl. 86, Fig. 18j, p. xci; (95) 94a, Pl. 87; (96) 94b, Pls. 84, 87, Fig. 18m, p. xci; (98) 95a, Pls. 84, 85, 87, Fig. 18l, p. xci; (101) 97a, b, Fig. 17f, p. xc; (102) 97b; (103) 98a; (111) 101b; (112) 101b, Fig. 17c, p. xc; (118) 105b, Fig. 17g, p. xc; (119) 106a, Pl. 86; (130) 111a; (135) 112a; (139) 112b, 113a; (142) 114a, Pls. 84, 195; (160) 118a.
-, 19th-century: civ, Pl. 205; (44) 64a; (54) 69a; (56) 72a; (72) 79b; (74) 80b; (76) 81b; (112) 101b, Fig. 18s, p. xci; (115) 103a, Fig. 18t, p. xci; (123) 108b; (154) 117a; (160) 118a. With cast-iron balusters, (13) 44a, (28) 56a, Pl. 89, (44) 64a, (56) 72a, 306 Tadcaster Rd., Pl. 89.

Standish
-, Arms of, quartering Strickland, (5) 15b.
-, Anastasia 1807, monument, (5) 15b.
-, Mrs. Henrietta, (38) 59b.

Stanhope, Margaret 1637, monument, (5) 15b.

Stapleton
-, Arms of: (glass), (6) 19a; (blazon), 132.
-, Lady Mary, householder, (45) 64a.

Staveley
-, Arms of: (glass), (7) 25a; (blazon), 132.
-, Family, property of, (62) 74a.

Stead
-, Elizabeth 1818, monument, (8) 29b.
-, Richard (scratching), (7) 24b.
-, William, junior and senior, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Masons and Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Stele, Symond, lxxviii.

Stephenson, George, (28) 55a.

Stevenson, John 1828, tombstone, (9) 35a.

Steward
-, Elizabeth 1847, John 1855, monument, (5) 15b.
-, George 1820, Elizabeth 1833, Edward 1839, Elizabeth 1851, monument, (8) 29b.

Stockdale
-, Isabella, property of: (88) 90a; (89) 91a; (91) 91b.
-, Rev. Robert, 1780, monument, (8) 29b; householder, (50) 66a.

Stocks, (5) 16a.

Stockton, William, 1471, brass, (4) 7a, Pl. 36; glass commemorating, (6) 19a.

Stoddart, Joan 1599, John 1593, floor slab, (4) 9b.

Stoker, William Stodart, house of, (79) 82a.

Stone, see under Building Materials.

Stonemasons, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Masons.

Storre or Torre, Mrs., house of, (61) 73b.

Stoups: (4) 10b; (5) 16a; (7) 26b; (8) 30a.

Stourton, Lady Mary, (163) 119b.

Strays, xlii.

Strickland
-, Arms of, quartered by Standish, (5) 15b.
-, Jarrard 1791, Mary 1744, Cecilia and Mary 1821, monument, (7) 25a.

Summerhouses, see Outbuildings.

Sunderland, arms of, impaled by Beilby, (7) 26a.

Suttell, Thomas 1789, monument, (9) 35a.

Swann
-, Mary 1756, John 1766, Elizabeth 1771, floor slab, (7) 26a.
-, Robert, banker, (97) 94b.
-, Thomas, banker, 1832, Harriet (Ann) 1812, Anne 1831, monument, (5) 15b; house bought by, (47) 65a.

Swann Street, 105b, 129.

Swinburne
-, Sir John, of Capheaton, (94) 92b.
-, Mary, widow of Sir John, 1761, monument, (5) 15b, Pl. 34.

Sword-rest, iron, (9) 34b.

Sykes, Sir Mark Masterman, (80) 83b.

Syme, J. Stuart, house restored by, (95) 93b.

Tables, see Communion Tables and Furniture.

Tadcaster Road, 105–6, 129.

" " Dringhouses, 116–18, 129.

Tanner Row, 96a, 106–8, 129.

Tate
-, E. Ridsdale, plan redrawn by, (4) 5a.
-, J. W., plan prepared by, (4) 5a.
-, Phillip, merchant tailor, property of, (82) 86b.

Taylor
-, Elizabeth 1759, floor slab, (9) 35b.
-, John 1774, Ann 1780, floor slab, (8) 30a.
-, Michael, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.
-, William, property sold to, (95) 93a.

Telford
-, Family, nursery garden of, (28) 53b.
-, George, house occupied by, (7) 79a.
-, John junior 1770, John senior 1771, Isabella 1775, Hannah 1803, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Tempest
-, Francis Olive, 1795, monument, (5) 16a.
-, John, (79) 82a.

Terry, Thomas, Clerk of Works, (23) 51a.

Tesh
-, William, churchwarden, (9) 35b.
-, " wine-cooper, freehold sold to, (66) 76b.

Thackray
-, Elizabeth 1772, Lucia 1781, floor slab, (9) 35b.
-, Thomas, Ann 1806, Thomas 1847, floor slab, (9) 35b.

Theakston
-, John, whitesmith, house of, (93) 92a.
-, Robinson & Co., property of, (62) 74a.

Thief Lane, 100b.

Thompson
-, & Son, millwrights, (30) 57b.
-, Arms of, (6) 20a.
-, Crest of, (55) 71a.
-, George, (23) 51a.
-, Henry, house built by, (55) 69b.
-, Sir Henry, (163) 118b.
-, Ironfounders, (28) 55a.
-, James, (97) 94b.
-, John (scratching), (7) 25a.
-, Luke 1743, Grace 1776, monument, (6) 20a.
-, Richard, Lord Mayor: (6) 19b; house built by, (55) 69b.
-, Major William, (97) 94b.

Thoresby, Ralph, diary of, (163) 118b.

Thornton
-, Arms of: (4) 9b, Pl. 36; (bell), (8) 29a, Fig. 32; (blazons), 132.
-, John, glazier, (4) 4a, 8a.
-, William, clockmaker, (44) 63a.

Thorp, Ann, property of, (94) 92b.

Thurstan, Archbishop, nunnery founded by, (19) 48b.

Tijou, Jean, gates said to be made by, (36) 58b.

Tiler, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen.

Tiles, floor
-, Mediaeval: (4) 10b; (5) 16a.
-, 19th-century, (Minton), (13) 42b.

Tillard
-, Arms of, (9) 35a.
-, Rev. Richard 1736, monument, (9) 35a.

Timber-framing, see Building Materials and Houses, Timber-framed.

Todd
-, John, carpenter, (20) 49a.
-, Thomas, donation by, (9) 34b.

Toft Green: (28) 53a, b; 106; 130.

Toller, Richard (de): chantries of, (6) 16b, (7) 21a; glass given by, (6) 19a; merchant's mark of, (7) 24b, 25a.

Tomlinson, Jonathan 1828, Ann 1825, tombstone, (9) 35b.

Tomson, Henry, alderman, (20) 50a.

Toone, Richard, tanner, gift of, 1448, (4) 5a.

Topham
-, Christopher, Lord Mayor, Queen's Staith built by, (27) 53a.
-, Thruscross, site acquired by, (64) 75a.

Toplady, Davies 1785, Dorothy 1796, William 1823, Elizabeth 1828, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Torre, James, antiquary, xxx.

Towers
-, 10th-century, (8) 28a-b, Pls. 10, 14.
-, 12th-century, (6) 16b, 18a.
-, 15th-century, (7) 21a, 23b, Pl. 10.
-, 17th-century, (9) 30b, 33a.
-, 19th-century, (11) 37b.

Towers, Nicholas: 108b; (129) 110b.

" Folly: 108b; (129) 110b.

Towneley, Charles 1712, brass, (4) 7a, Pl. 36.

Treasurer's House, fireplace in, (81) 85b.

Triforium, 13th-century, (5) 14a, Pl. 118, Fig. 28.

Trinity, representations of: (glass), (4) 7b; (carving), (5) 15a, Pl. 9; (glass), (6) 19a.

" House, p.h., (128) 110a.

" Lane, 108b, 130.

Trotter, arms of, impaled by Perrott, (7) 25b.

Trussebut, family, (7) 20b.

Tuke
-, Esther, wife of William, (128) 110a.
-, John, houses of: (38) 60a; (39) 61a.
-, William: house bought by, (52) 67b; school established by, (128) 110a.

Turner, Charles, Lord Mayor, (5) 15b.

Tuscan House, (145) 114b, Pl. 47.

Unicorn, The, (124) 108b.

Union Street, see Cygnet Street.

Varley, Thomas, 1771, Ann 1774, floor slab, (7) 26a; property of, (60) 73b.

Varvill, Mr., Nos. 39, 41 Micklegate built for, 126.

Varvill's Warehouse, Queen's Staith, 129.

Vavasour, arms of, (6) 21b.

Venus, representation of, (134) 112a, Pl. 76.

Vescy, William, gift of, 1407, chantry founded by, 1410, (4) 3b.

Vicars Choral, property of, (92) 92a.

Vickers and Hugall, architects, (12) 38b.

Victor Street, 59a, 130.

Vine Tree House, (131) 111a.

Virgin Mary, see St. Mary the Virgin.

Volans, Joseph 1826, Elizabeth 1834, Harriet 1850, floor slab and monument, (7) 25a, 26b.

Wade, widow, gift of, (4) 7a.

Waide, Christopher, charity of, (45) 64b.

Wailes, William, see Craftsmen and Tradesmen, Glass-painters and Glaziers.

Waite, Thomas, goldsmith, (4) 10a.

Wakefield
-, J., Lord Mayor, (6) 19b.
-, John, house of, (54) 68b.

Wakefield Court, (54) 68b.

Walker
-, Crest of, (58) 72b.
-, Eleanor and Lucy, school kept by, (38) 60a.
-, Frances 1788, monument, (7) 25b.
-, James, house leased to, (81) 85a.
-, Rev. John: (58) 72b; house occupied by, (50) 66a.
-, Matthew, builder (plumber), (44) 63b.

Walkyngton, Edmund, glazier, (20) 49b.

Waller
-, Family: at Middlethorpe, (164) 121b; house of, (100) 95b.
-, Thomas, house of, lxvi.

Walleworth, Thomas de, (6) 18b.

Wallis, William, grocer, house of, (55) 70a.

Wall-painting
-, 16th-century, (inscription), (9) 35b.
-, 19th-century: Elm Bank, civ; (59) 73a, Pl. 167.

Wall-tiles, lxviii, lxxi.

Walmesley, Christopher, mason, (20) 49a.

Walshforth, Miles, (5) 12a.

Walton
-, George, civ.
-, Bishop William, 109a.

Wand, (4) 10b.

Ward
-, Ann, editor of Eboracum, xxxvi.
-, John, organs built by: (7) 22a; (9) 35b.
-, Mary, (13) 40a.
-, Richard, plasterer, (23) 51a.

Wardall, Wardalle or de Weredale, John, floor slab, (4) 7a, 10a

Warde, Isobel, (125) 109a.

Warehouses
-, 17th-century: (29) 57a, Fig. 47, Pl. 152; (108) 100b.
-, 18th-century, (128) 110a.
-, 19th-century: (110) 101a; Queen's Staith, 129.

Warner, John, & Sons, bellfounders, (11) 37b.

Waterton, Thomas, (94) 92b.

Watson
-, Arms of, (7) 25b.
-, Charles, architect: (20) 49a; (45) 64a.

Waud
-, Elianor 1784, George 1799, monument, (5) 16a.
-, George, miller, Holgate mill built by, (30) 57b.
-, Samuel, site bought from, (95) 93a.

Waudby, monumental mason, (9) 35a.

Weatherill, Jane 1837, John 1820, monument, (11) 38a.

Weather-vane, 18th-century, (4) 10b, Pl. 92.

Wedderell, John, locksmith, (20) 49b.

Wenteworth, family, property of, (60) 73b.

Wesleyan Chapel, Acomb, (16) 48a.

Westfield House, Askham Lane, 123.

Wharton
-, Family, property of, (63) 74b.
-, Mary 1751, floor slab, (9) 35b.

White, Francis, surveyor, xxxiii.

" House, The, Acomb, (136) 112a.

" " " Tadcaster Road, (119) 106a, Pl. 196.

" Row, (149) 115a, Pl. 6.

Whithead, mason, (20) 49a.

Whittington, Richard, screen sold to, (7) 21b.

Whittock, Nathaniel, draughtsman: xxxiii; view of York by, Pl. 8.

Whytehead
-, Arms of: (glass), (4) 9a; (blazon), 132.
-, Rev. Robert: (4) 9a; house of, (45) 64b.
-, T. B., house of, (142) 113b.

Widdrington, Sir Thomas, Recorder of York, antiquary, xxx.

Wilkinson
-, A. E., (163) 119b.
-, Richard, house of, (61) 73b.

Willaerts, Adam, painting by, (95) 93b, 94a.

Willey, Mrs. Lucy, house of, (80) 83b.

Williams
-, Caleb, surgeon, house of, (80) 83b.
-, Of Huddersfield, monumental mason, (11) 38a.

Williamson
-, Catherine 1753, children 1751–5, floor slab, (8) 30a.
-, Edward, dyer, property of, (95) 93a.
-, Robert, silversmith, (9) 35b.

Willoughby
-, Elizabeth, (66) 76b.
-, George, builder, Albion St., 59a.
-, William, father of Elizabeth Garforth, (66) 76b.

Wilson
-, Arms of, (6) 19b.
-, Elizabeth 1758, Nathaniel 1765, monument, (11) 38a, Pl. 33.
-, Joiner, 21 Blossom Street, 124.
-, Nathaniel, house sold to, (100) 95b.
-, " 1726, Catherine 1736, monument, (6) 19b, Pl. 33.
-, Richard 1742, Elizabeth 1766, floor slab, (4) 9b.
-, William (scratching), (7) 24b.

Windmill, 18th-century, (30) 57b, Pl. 151.

" Hotel, (43) 62b, Pl. 157.

Windows, early or notable
-, Mediaeval: xlviii; lxxvii; Pl. 16; (125) 109a, b, Pl. 191.
-, c. 1500, (oriel), (79) 82b.
-, 16th-century, lxxviii.
-, c. 1600: lxv; (118) 105b.
-, 17th-century: lxxviii; (bull's-eye), (89) 91b, Pl. 51; (101) 97a.
-, 18th-century: lxxxii; on staircases, (65) 76a, (66) 77a, (80) 84b, (81) 86a, Pl. 90.
-, 19th-century: ci; Fig. 20, p. xcix; Pl. 91; bow windows, (78) 82a, (88) 91a, (93) 92b, (157) 117b.

Winter, John Strange, (129) 110b.

Winterburne, William, armourer, (58) 72a.

Wintringham, family, (100) 95b.

Witton
-, Arms of: (4) 9b, Pl. 36; (blazon), 132.
-, Joshua 1674, floor slab, (4) 9b, Pl. 36.

Wolstenholme
-, Firm of, (95) 94a.
-, Thomas, carver and gilder, lxxxv.

Wood
-, Elizabeth 1799, monument, (9) 35a.
-, Robert 1780, William 1785, monument, (5) 16a.

Wray
-, Arms of, (7) 25b.
-, Susanna 1830, floor slab, (7) 26a, monument, (7) 25b.

Wright, George 1746, Elizabeth 1770, floor slab, (7) 26a.

Yaits, Thomas, tiler, 49b.

Yates, Christopher, floor slab, (7) 26a.

York
-, Agrarian history, xlii.
-, Arms of City of: (glass), (6) 19a, b; (blazon), 132.
-, " " See of: (plate), (4) 10a; (blazon), 132.
-, City boundary: (33) 58a; (35) 58a, b.
-, Domesday survey of, xl.
-, Early churches at, xl.
-, " history of, xxxviii.
-, Fire at, xli.
-, Flooding at: xl; 49a.
-, Geographical background, xxxvii.
-, 19th-century development, xcii.
-, Plans of, xxxiv, Fig. 1, p. xxviii, Figs. 2, 3 p. xxxv.
-, Pre-Roman finds in, Fig. 4, p. xxxviii.
-, Siege of, 62a.
-, Views of, Pls. 1–3, 8.

York Civic Trust, (6) 17a.

" Commercial Building Company, 105b.

" Corporation, Middleton's Hospital rebuilt by, (24) 51b.

" Railwaymen's Club, (45) 64b.

" Road, Acomb, 130.

" University, property of, (80) 83b.

" Villas, Holgate Road, 125.

Yorke
-, Arms of: (boss), (6) 18a; (glass), (6) 19a; (monument), impaling Reay, (5) 15b; (blazon), 132.
-, Jane 1810, Margaret Anne 1847, monument, (5) 16a.
-, " 1840, monument, (5) 15b.
-, Margaret Anne 1847, monument, (5) 15b.
-, Sir Richard: chantry of, (6) 16b; memorial to (glass), (6) 19a; merchant's mark of, (6) 18b; 1498, monument, (6) 19b, Pl. 19.

Yorkshire Museum, fragments from St. William's chapel at, (20) 48b, 50a.

Yoward
-, Arms of, (9) 35a.
-, Ralph 1714, Sarah 1716, Richard 1748, Ralph 1781, floor slab, (9) 35b.



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