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'Index', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 6: Architectural Monuments in North Northamptonshire (1984), pp. 185-196. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=126726 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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In this Index numbers in brackets refer to the monuments as listed in the Inventory. References to the Sectional Preface and to long accounts of monuments include page numbers but otherwise the monument numbers alone are given. The classified lists, chronologically arranged, are selective.

INDEX

Abbey, site of, 106.

Abylsby, John, see Builders.

Aisles: xc; xci.

Almshouses: King's Cliffe (11); (23) Pl. 120.

Altars, lxxxii.

Altar Slabs, Tansor (1).

Alwalton marble: Apethorpe (2) 12; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 53.

Apreece, family, 116.
-, Adlard, monument, Lutton (1), Pl. 64.
-, Ann, floor slab, Lutton (1).
-, Francis, floor slab, Lutton (1).
-, Mary, floor slab, Lutton (1).
-, Robert, monument erected by son Hieronimus, Lutton (1) Pl. 64.
-, See also Armorial Index.

Arcades
-, Chancel
-,-, 14th-century, Blatherwycke (1).
-, Nave
-,-, 12th-century: Blatherwycke (1) Pl. 4; Duddington (1) Pl. 9; Polebrook (1) Pls. 17, 28; Tansor (1).
-,-, c. 1200, Warmington (1) Pl. 30.
-,-, 13th-century: Cotterstock (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Glapthorn (1); Lutton (1); Polebrook (1) Pls. 17, 28; Tansor (1); Woodnewton (1); Yarwell (1).
-,-, 14th-century: Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Harringworth (1) Pl. 23; Lutton (1); Nassington (1) Pl. 2.
-,-, 15th-century: Apethorpe (1); Collyweston (1) Pl. 43; Fotheringhay (1) Pl. 47; King's Cliffe (1) Pl. 2; Wakerley (1).

Archer, Thomas, see Craftsmen, Carpenters.

Arches, semi-circular, 13th-century: lxxxiii, lxxxvii; Polebrook (1) 132; Yarwell (1) 172, Pl. 32; Bulwick (1) 24; Duddington (1) 45; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 52, 53.

Architects and Surveyors
-, Blomfield, Reginald, Apethorpe (2) 8, 12, 14.
-, Browning, Bryan: cii; Apethorpe (2) 8, 10, 11; Duddington (1), (6).
-, Browning, Edward: cii; Apethorpe (2) 8, 12; 51.
-, Browning of Stamford, King's Cliffe (1) 93.
-, Carter, William: 107; Laxton (2) 110, 112.
-, Christian, Ewan: cii; Tansor (1) 146.
-, Corby, J. B.: cii; Duddington (16); Wakerley (1) 152, 153; Easton-on-the-Hill (32) (72) (85).
-, Dance, George: lii; Laxton (2) 110, 111.
-, Elliott, survey by, 114.
-, Ferrey, Benjamin: cii; Warmington (1) 157, 160.
-, Freke, W. C. E., Lord Carbery, cii.
-, Hackvale, 16.
-, Jackson, T. G., Easton-on-the-Hill (58).
-, Kennedy, Henry, King's Cliffe (32).
-, Law, E. F., Southwick (2) 140.
-, Legg, W. D.: Bulwick (2); Laxton (2) 108.
-, Livock, W., Ashton (7).
-, Lumley, John, Apethorpe (2) 7, 14.
-, Morris, Roger, Apethorpe (2) 7.
-, Portwood, George: lxxi; Fotheringhay (22); Woodnewton, 166.
-, Repton, Humphrey: 107; Laxton (2) 109, 114; Laxton (14) (15).
-, Repton, J.A.: liii; Laxton (2) 107, 114.
-, Ripley, Thomas, lii; 19; Blatherwycke (2).
-, Scott, Sir G. G.: cii; Warmington (1) 157.
-, Street, G. E.: xci; Cotterstock (1) 38.
-, Thorpe, John: Cotterstock (2); King's Cliffe (1) 95; King's Cliffe (23).
-, Traylen, J. C.: cii; Glapthorn (1) 171.
-, Walters, John, Bulwick (2).

Armston, 131.

Arney, Margaret, floor slab, Yarwell (1). See also Armorial Index.

Assart, 75.

Atkins
-, Ann (1781), monument, King's Cliffe (1).
-, Charles and Ann (1783), monument, King's Cliffe (1).

Atterton, Catherine, brass, Bulwick (1).

Bagley, Henry, see Craftsmen, Bellfounders.

Bailey, Matthew, butcher, King's Cliffe (83).

Bakehouses: Duddington (21); Easton-on-the-Hill (22) (57); Warmington (20); Woodnewton (16).

Baker, John, see Craftsmen, Smiths.

Ball, William, see Craftsmen, Masons.

Bamford, William, farmer, Bulwick (26).

Brandon, Countess of, Laxton (14).

Barns: xlvii; see also Buildings, Agricultural
-, Aisled (18th-century), Apethorpe (13).
-, 16th-century, Collyweston (2) Pl. 123.
-, 17th-century: Harringworth (27); King's Cliffe (45); Warmington (3); Woodnewton (24).
-, 18th-century: Bulwick (19); Collyweston (8) (19); Duddington (28) (29); Eaton-on-the-Hill (31) (35) Pl. 123, (45) (69); Harringworth (27); King's Cliffe (16) (33) (45) (78) (84); Nassington (3); Polebrook (22); Warmington (26); Woodnewton (24); Yarwell (13).
-, 19th-century: Ashton (6); Bulwick (24); Cotterstock (16); Duddington (10); Easton-on-the-Hill (14) (26) (33) (45); Fine-shade (2); Fotheringhay (6) (12) (19) (20); Laxton (16) (18); Nassington (14); Southwick (10); Woodnewton (7) (16); Yarwell (26) (27).

Barratt, Thomas, farmer and brickmaker: xliv; Bulwick (28).

Bases, water-holding: lxxxvii; Bulwick (1) 24; Duddington (1) 45; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 51, 52; King's Cliffe (1) 93; Lutton (1); Polebrook (1) 132, 133, 134; Tansor (1) 147, 148; Warmington (1) 158, 160; Woodnewton (1) 167; Yarwell (1) 172.

Bassett
-, Arms of, Southwick (1) 139.
-, Eleanor, Southwick (1) 138.

Bateman, Gregory, Rector, floor slab, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Beaufort, Lady Margaret: Collyweston (1) 32; Collyweston (2); 64.
-, Household of; liii; liv; xciii.

Beaulieu Hall, Hemington (2) Pl. 94.

Beaver, Mary, floor slab, Duddington (1).

Belfries, lxxxvi.

Belgrave, Rev. Charles, monument, Collyweston (1).

Bellamy
-, Humphrey, monument, Yarwell (1).
-, William, Easton-on-the-Hill (11).

Bell-frames
-, 15th-century: Collyweston (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Fotheringhay (1).
-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (1); Harringworth (1); Tansor (1).
-, Medieval, Laxton (1).
-, Post-medieval, Southwick (1).

Bells
-, 14th-century, Glapthorn (1).
-, 15th-century: Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Glapthorn (1); Harringworth (1).
-, 16th-century: Fotheringhay (1); Hemington (1); King's Cliffe (1); Polebrook (1); Southwick (1); Wakerley (1).
-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (1); Blatherwycke (1); Bulwick (1); Collyweston (1); Duddington (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Fotheringhay (1); Harringworth (1); King's Cliffe (1); Lutton (1); Nassington (1); Tansor (1); Wakerley (1); Warmington (1); Woodnewton (1).
-, 18th-century: Cotterstock (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Glapthorn (1); Hemington (1); King's Cliffe (1); Nassington (1); Polebrook (1); Southwick (1); Wakerley (1); Woodnewton (1); Yarwell (1).
-, 19th-century: Fotheringhay (1); Laxton (1); Nassington (1); Warmington (1).
-, Medieval: Tansor (1); Yarwell (1).
-, Medieval, recast: Blatherwycke (1); Harringworth (1); King's Cliffe (1).
-, Undated: Tansor (1); Yarwell (1).

Belsey, Thomas: responsible for pews and weather-vane, Fotheringhay (1) 70; building acitivities, Fotheringhay (6) (7, 8, 9) (19); and William, purchased Fineshade Manor, 64.

Benefactor's tables: Ashton (1); Blatherwycke (1).

Benefield, misericords from Fotheringhay at, 66.

Berkeley
-, C. P., owner of hall, Cotterstock (2).
-, M. and Susanne, floor slab, Apethorpe (1).

Bernasconi, Francis, see Craftsmen, Plasterers.

Bexswell, Ursula, floor slab, Lutton (1).

Blackfriars School, Laxton (2).

Bletso
-, Catherine, Charles, monuments, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).
-, See also Armorial Index.

Blewie, Thomas, floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).

Blomfield, Reginald, see Architects and Surveyors.

Blowfield
-, Ishmael and wife Sarah, floor slab, Warmington (1).
-, Thomas, see Craftsmen, Carpenters and Joiners.

Bohun, see Armorial Index.

Bonney
-, Bridget, monument, King's Cliffe (1).
-, Charlotte, floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).
-, Rev. Henry, monument and floor slab, King's Cliffe (1).

Booth, Rev. Sir George and wife Laetitia, monument, Cotterstock (1).

Botton, Elizabeth, floor slab, Lutton (1).

Boughton, Thomas, monument, King's Cliffe (1).

Bradford, Charles, floor slab, Duddington (1).

Bradshaw, Joseph, owner of house, Duddington (25).

Brasses
-, 15th-century: Bulwick (1); Cotterstock (1); Tansor (1).
-, 16th-century: Blatherwycke (1); Collyweston (1) Pl. 63; Fotheringhay (1); Hemington (1).
-, 17th-century: Duddington (1); King's Cliffe (1) Pl. 68; Lutton (1).
-, 18th-century: Bulwick (1); Duddington (1); Harringworth (1); Yarwell (1).

Brass Indents: Blatherwycke (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 53, Pl. 43; Fotheringhay (1); King's Cliffe (1); Southwick (1); Wakerley (1); Warmington (1) 161.

Brassey, Leonard (Baron Brassey): acquired estates, 1, Apethorpe (2) 8, 12.

Brewhouses: Cotterstock (15); King's Cliffe (84); Southwick (2) 143; Warmington (32); Yarwell (19).

Brewing, Iviii.

Brewster, Martha, floor slab, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Brick
-, Kilns and pits: 19; 23; Bulwick (28).
-, Makers: xliv; Bulwick (28).
-, Use of: xliv; 116; 157; Apethorpe (7); Bulwick (2) 28, (3) (9) (21) (27); Cotterstock (2) (8); Duddington (20); Fotheringhay (7) (8) (9); Glapthorn (7) (16); Harringworth (15); Hemington (3); Lutton (8) (9); Nassington (7) (35) (45); Polebrook (20); Tansor (7) (8); Wakerley (14); Warmington (5) (10) (13) (14) (15) (21) (24) (27); Woodnewton (2).

Bridges: lxxi; Blatherwycke (11); Bulwick (29); Collyweston (43); Duddington (33); Fotheringhay (22) Pl. 75, (23); Wakerley (17) Pl. 75.

Briggs, William, see Craftsmen, Painters.

Broade
-, Martha, floor slab, Southwick (1); (2) 140.
-, Rev. Francis, floor slab, Southwick (1).

Brokesby, John, inscription by, Glapthorn (1).

Bromswold, xxxiii.

Brown
-, John, tilemaker: xliv; Easton-on-the-Hill (12) (13).
-, Sarah, monument, King's Cliffe (1).

Browning
-, Bryan, see Architects and Surveyors.
-, Edward, see Architects and Surveyors.

Brudenell
-, Family: wooltraders, xxxv; owners of house, Glapthorn (8).
-, Sir Edmund, Fotheringhay (1) 66.
-, Thomas, owner of manor, 75.

Brudnell, Mary, monument, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Buckingham, Duke of, Apethorpe (2) 6, 13.

Builders
-, Abylsby, John, Collyweston (1) 32.
-, Boyfield, John: 1; Bulwick (2), 27.
-, Elliott, Thomas, Duddington (1) 45.
-, Gromball, William, Fotheringhay (22).
-, Ireson, Edward and Thomas, Bulwick (8).
-, Richardson, James: Collyweston (21); Cotterstock (11).
-, Saunderson, Yarwell (1) 172.
-, Vendy, William, Harringworth (15).
-, Wright, Robert, Blatherwycke (2).

Buildings
-, Agricultural: xlv; lxvi; lxvii; Bulwick (24); Collyweston (23); Easton-on-the-Hill (22) (33) (42) (86); Fineshade (2) (3); Fotheringhay (19) (20); Laxton (18); Nassington (18); Warmington (34); Yarwell (13) (26); see also Barns, and Granaries.
-, Ecclesiastical, lxxii.
-, Industrial: lxix; King's Cliffe (9) (10); Lutton (4); Yarwell (19); see also Docks.

Bullimore, William, see Craftsmen, Carpenters and joiners.

Bullock
-, Edward, floor slab, Yarwell (1).
-, John, floor slab, Yarwell (1).

Bulmer, Robert, see Craftsmen, Thatchers.

Burden, Elizabeth, floor slab, Duddington (1).

Burdet, Robert and others, floor slabs, Glapthorn (1).

Burghersh
-, Augustus 1848, Ernest 1851, commemorated, Apethorpe (1) 4.
-, Barony of, Apethorpe (2) 6.

Burghley, Lord, landowner, 92.

Burton
-, Rev. Charles, floor slab, Blatherwycke (1).
-, Joseph, brickmaker, xliv.

Butler, Mary, monument, King's Cliffe (1).

Buttresses, flying, Fotheringhay (1) 68.

Camoys, Ralph, Tansor (1) 145.

Campbell, Mary, floor slab, Blatherwycke (1).

Cantelupe
-, Family: owners of manor, 23; Bulwick (2) 26; 80.
-, William, park created by, Harringworth (32).

Campion, John, monument, Cotterstock (1).

Capitals
-, Scalloped: Tansor (1) 147, 148; Warmington (1) 158, Pl. 30; Duddington (1) 45.
-, Cushion: Duddington (1), 45; Wakerley (1) 152, Pl. 11.

Capron, George, Southwick (2) 140.

Carbery
-, Lords: 107; Laxton (1) 107; (2) 108, 110.
-, Elizabeth 1789, George 1783, George 1804, Susan 1828, floor slabs, Laxton (1).

Cardigan, Countess of, established school, Glapthorn (2).

Carrington
-, Elizabeth 1798, Elizabeth 1825, James, monuments, King's Cliffe (1).

Carter, William, see Architects and Surveyors.

Carving
-, Stone
-,-, 10th-century, Nassington (1) 123.
-,-, 11th-century: Blatherwycke (1) 21; Laxton (1) 108; Lutton (1), 116.
-,-, 12th-century: Lutton (1) 116; Wakerley (1) 152, 153, Pl. 11.
-,-, 13th-century: Harringworth (1) 83; Nassington (3) 125; Warmington (1) 160; Woodnewton (1) 167, Pl. 13.
-,-, 14th-century: Cotterstock (1) 39, Pl. 7; Glapthorn (1) 76, Pls. 37, 45; Nassington (1) 122, Pl. 21; Southwick (2) 142, Pls. 44, 81.
-,-, 15th-century: Apethorpe (1) 4; Cotterstock (1) 39, Pl. 45; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 55; Fotheringhay (1) 69, (2); Harringworth (1) 81; King's Cliffe (1) 94; Warmington (1) 160, Pl. 45.
-,-, Medieval: Lutton (1) 118; Warmington (1) 161.
-,-, 19th-century: Laxton (1).
-,-, Undated: Fotheringhay (1) 71; King's Cliffe (1) 96; Southwick (1) 139.
-, Wood
-,-, Apethorpe (1) 4; Cotterstock (1) 39; Hemington (1) 90; King's Cliffe (1) 95, (31); Lutton (1) 118; Polebrook (1) 134, Pl. 58, (6); Tansor (1) 149; Wakerley (1) 154; Warmington (1) 158, Pl. 31; Yarwell (23) Pl. 126.

Carysfort, Earl of, bought manor, 157.

Castle, Fotheringhay: 63; accommodation for visitors to, Fotheringhay (2) (3); site of, 106.

Cave
-, John and wife Jane, monument, Tansor (1).
-, John, floor slab, Tansor (1).

Cecil
-, David, Edward, William, sons of third Earl of Exeter, floor slab, Wakerley (1).
-, Sir Richard: lessee, Collyweston (2); bought Wakerley Manor, 151; monument, Wakerley (1).
-, William, purchase of village, 51.

Ceilings
-, Decorated: Apethorpe (2) 11, 12, Pl. 92; 13, Pl. 93; Bulwick (2) Pl. 112; King's Cliffe (16) Pl. 112.
-, Plaster, barrel: Apethorpe (2) 8, 9; Ashton (1) 17; Laxton (2) 111; Southwick (2) 142.

Chancel Arches, lxxxv.

Chancels
-, 13th-century: lxxxv; Bulwick (1); Collyweston (1); Glapthorn (1); Polebrook (1); Tansor (1).
-, 15th-century: xciii; Apethorpe (1); Harringworth (1); King's Cliffe (1); Nassington (1).
-, 18th-century: Southwick (1).
-, 19th-century: Hemington (1); Laxton (1).

Chantry, established for Queen Eleanor: 50; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 54.

Chapels
-, Chantry, lxxiv.
-, Domestic: liii; Southwick (2) 140.
-, In parish churches: lxxxviii; xciii.
-,-, 13th-century: Easton-on-the-Hill (1) Pl. 34; Glapthorn (1); Wakerley (1).
-,-, 15th-century: Collyweston (1) Pl. 50; Wakerley (1).
-,-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (1).
-, Non-conformist: lxxii; Ashton (1).
-,-, Calvinistic, King's Cliffe (55).
-,-, Congregational: Harringworth (31); Nassington (2).
-,-, Methodist: King's Cliffe (3); Woodnewton (2); Yarwell (2).
-,-, Recusant, King's Cliffe (6).
-, Of Ease: lxxiv; Ashton (1); Harringworth (2).

Chapman
-, Ann, monument, Wakerley (1).
-, Daniel and wife Susannah, monuments, Cotterstock (1).
-, John, monument, Wakerley (1).
-, See also Armorial Index.

Cheeseman's Lodge, Apethorpe (14).

Cheesman, James and wife Margaret, monument, Woodnewton (1).

Chimneys, medieval: Harringworth (20) Pl. 83; Southwick (2) Pl. 83.

Churches
-, Architectural style of, lxxxix.
-, Development of, plans: lxxvi, lxxvii.
-, Distribution of: lxxiii, lxxiv.
-, Enlargements of: lxxiv, xc.
-, Interior arrangements of: c, ci, ciii.
-, Proportions of: lxxiv, lxxxiii.
-, Repairs to, xxxviii.
-, Work at
-,-, 11th-century, lxxxv.
-,-, 12th-century, lxxxviii.
-,-, 13th-century, lxxxiii.
-,-, 14th-century, xc.
-,-, 15th-century: xcii, xciii.
-,-, 16th-century, xcvi.
-,-, 17th-century, xcvi.
-,-, 18th-century, xcix.
-,-, 19th-century: ci, cii.
-, Redundant: Blatherwycke (1) 18; Wakerley (1).
-, Dating from the 11th-century: Blatherwycke (1) Pl. 4; Collyweston (1); Cotterstock (1); Nassington (1) Pl. 1; Tansor (1) Pls. 12, 18; Woodnewton (1) Pl. f10.
-, 12th-century: Duddington (1) Pl. 8; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) Pl. 19; Glapthorn (1) Pl. 22; Harringworth (1); King's Cliffe (1) Pl. 8; Polebrook (1) Pl. 16; Wakerley (1) Pl. 10; Warmington (1) Pl. 30.
-, 13th-century: Bulwick (1) Pl. 19; Hemington (1) Pl. 73; Laxton (1) Pl. 20; Lutton (1) Pl. 22; Southwick (1) Pl. 20, 73; Yarwell (1) Pl. 32.
-, 15th-century: Apethorpe (1) Pl. 56; Fotheringhay (1) Pls. 46, 48.

Close
-, Thomas, Collyweston (8).
-, William, see Craftsmen, Plasterers and Slaters.

Clearstoreys: lxxxiii, lxxiv; xc, xcii; Bulwick (1); Collyweston (1); Fotheringhay (1); Harringworth (1); Lutton (1); Nassington (1); Tansor (1); Wakerley (1); Warmington (1); Woodnewton (1).

Cliffe Bailiwick, xxxiii.

Clocks
-, 18th-century: Apethorpe (1) 4; Collyweston (1); Nassington (1).
-, 19th-century, Blatherwycke (1) 7.

Closets: Harringworth (16); King's Cliffe (30) (48) (84).

Coffins: Harringworth (1); Nassington (1); Warmington (1).

Coffin Lids: Blatherwycke (1); Bulwick (1); Cotterstock (1) Pl. 7; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) Pl. 7; Nassington (1) Pl. 7; Southwick (1); Warmington (1); Woodnewton (1) Pl. 7.

Coles, Samuel, floor slab, Tansor (1).
-, See also Craftsmen, Monumental Masons.

Colleges of Priests: lxxii; lxxxviii; xci; 37; Cotterstock (1) 38; site of, Cotterstock (15); 63; Fotheringhay (1) 63, 64, 66; 76.

Colsale, John de, see Craftsmen, Bellfounders.

Colt
-, John, rector, brass, Tansor (1).
-, Maximilian, see Craftsmen, Monumental Masons and Sculptors.

Communion Rails
-, 17th-century: Blatherwycke (1); Duddington (1) Pl. 67; Glapthorn (1).
-, 18th-century: Harringworth (1); Lutton (1); Southwick (1); Tansor (1).

Contracts, Building: xciv; Blatherwycke (2); Fotheringhay (1) 66.

Cotterstock, Glapthorn, chapelry of, 75.

Cousins, Joseph, see Craftsmen, Carpenters and Joiners.

Craftsmen
-, Bellfounders
-,-, Bagley, Henry, Blatherwycke (1).
-,-, Colsale, John de, Harringworth (1).
-,-, Eayre, Joseph: Polebrook (1); Wakerley (1); Yarwell (1).
-,-, Eayre, T.: Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Harringworth (1); Hemington (1); King's Cliffe (1); Nassington (1).
-,-, Harrys, Thomas, Blatherwycke (1).
-,-, Mears, G.: Fotheringhay (1); Harringworth (1); King's Cliffe (1).
-,-, Newcombe: Duddington (1); Polebrook (1); Southwick (1).
-,-, Norris, Thomas: Apethorpe (1); Collyweston (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Fotheringhay (1); Lutton (1); Nassington (1); Wakerley (1); Woodnewton (1).
-,-, Toby, Nassington (1).
-,-, Osborn, Thomas, Nassington (1).
-,-, Penn, Henry: Cotterstock (1); Glapthorn (1); King's Cliffe (1); Southwick (1); Woodnewton (1).
-,-, Sleyt, John, Glapthorn (1).
-, Carpenters and Joiners
-,-, Archer, Thomas, Wakerley (13).
-,-, Blowfield, Thomas, Apethorpe (2) 14.
-,-, Bullimore, William, Warmington (5).
-,-, Cousins, Joseph, Harringworth (15).
-,-, Orper, Edward, Yarwell (27).
-,-, Wilkinson, Apethorpe (1) 5.
-, Clockmakers
-,-, Beal, Apethorpe (1) 4.
-,-, Rayment, Thomas, Collyweston (1).
-, Glass Painter
-,-, Rowell, I., Apethorpe (1) 4.
-, Masons: 1, 171.
-,-, Dimbleby, John: 1; Apethorpe (2) 14; (13); Yarwell (27).
-,-, Elsam, Adam, Wakerley (13).
-,-, Frame, Edward, Apethorpe (2) 14.
-,-, Franey, John, Woodnewton (27).
-,-, Haward, Fotheringhay (22).
-,-, Holt, Samuel, Collyweston (43).
-,-, Sanderson, William, 171.
-,-, Stone, Nicholas: 21; Blatherwycke (1) 21.
-,-, Swan, Thomas, Wakerley (17).
-,-, Thorpe family: 1; 92.
-, Monumental Masons and Sculptors
-,-, Brown, R.: King's Cliffe (1); Laxton (2).
-,-, Close, William: Collyweston (35) (36).
-,-, Coles: Polebrook (1); Warmington (1).
-,-, Colt, Maximilian, Apethorpe (1) 5.
-,-, Crake, Laxton (1).
-,-, Fearn, King's Cliffe (1).
-,-, Gilbert: Fotheringhay (1); King's Cliffe (1); Wakerley (1).
-,-, Glithero, King's Cliffe (1).
-,-, Harrison: Cotterstock (1); Tansor (1).
-,-, Hemmings, John, Laxton (14).
-,-, Hibbins: 114; Duddington (1).
-,-, Hopper, H., Duddington (1).
-,-, Johnson, I., Easton-on-the-Hill (1).
-,-, Milley, John, Laxton (14).
-,-, Perkins. W., Easton-on-the-Hill (17).
-,-, Pocock, Woodnewton (1).
-,-, Reeves, Duddington (1).
-,-, Roubiliac: xcix; Southwick (1).
-,-, Smith: King's Cliffe (1); Nassington (1); Wakerley (1).
-,-, Sparrow, Duddington (1).
-,-, Stephens, King's Cliffe (1).
-,-, Stevens, King's Cliffe (1).
-,-, Stone, Nicholas, Blatherwycke (1) 21.
-,-, Swann, T., Wakerley (1).
-,-, Westmacott, Laxton (2) 110, 112.
-,-, Wood, Duddington (1).
-, Painters
-,-, Briggs, William, Apethorpe (1) 4.
-,-, Royce, Richard, King's Cliffe (28).
-,-, Whyles, Apethorpe (1) 4.
-, Plasterers
-,-, Bernasconi, Francis, Laxton (2) 110, 112.
-, Plasterers and Slaters: xlviii; l.
-,-, Close, William: Collyweston (35) (36).
-,-, Close, Hugh, Collyweston (38).
-,-, Mitchell, Francis, Easton-on-the-Hill (23).
-,-, Reade, Thomas, xlviii.
-,-, Tillson, John, Bulwick (2) 27.
-,-, Woodwarde, Richard, xlviii.
-, Smiths
-,-, Baker, John, Laxton, (2) 111.
-,-, Jordan, Robert, Yarwell (27).
-,-, Melley, Thomas, Laxton (11).
-,-, Parker, John, Laxton (2) 114.
-,-, Whithead, William, Easton-on-the-Hill (69).
-, Thatchers
-,-, Bulmer, Robert, Apethorpe (13).
-,-, French, James, Yarwell (1) 171:
-, Tile Maker
-,-, Brown, John: xliv; Easton-on-the-Hill (12) (13).

Crake, see Craftsmen, Monumental Masons and Sculptors.

Creed, benefactors, Ashton (1).

Cressener, Sabbian, 1589, brass, Blatherwycke (1).

Crests, heraldic, Apethorpe (2) 11, 12, 13.

Cromwell
-, Lord Ralph, owner of manor, Collyweston (2).
-, Lord Thomas, acquired manor, Glapthorn (8).

Crosses
-, Boundary, King's Cliffe (90).
-, Churchyard, Cotterstock (1).
-, Market: Harringworth (33) Pl. 74; King's Cliffe (5).
-, Base: Cotterstock (17); Nassington (1); Warmington (1).
-, Shaft: Apethorpe (1) 4; Nassington (1) Pl. 6.

Crouch, Rev. Christopher, monument, Nassington (1).

Crucifixion, representation of: Apethorpe (1) 4; Nassington (1) 123.

Crucks: Ashton (6); Bulwick (15); King's Cliffe (16) (51); Southwick (2) 140, 143; Woodnewton (35).

Cruys, James, purchased college buildings, Fotheringhay (1) 66.

Cunnington
-, Elizabeth, monument, King's Cliffe (1).
-, John, inn-holder, King's Cliffe (67).
-, John, maltster, King's Cliffe (84).
-, Thomas, householder, King's Cliffe (63).
-, William, merchant, householder, King's Cliffe (53).
-, William, butcher, King's Cliffe (76).
-, W., King's Cliffe (80).

Cupboard, medieval, Duddington (1).

Cuthbert, Sarah, monument, Warmington (1). See also Armorial Index.

Dafforn, Eleanor, monument, King's Cliffe (1).

Dain, Frederick, householder, King's Cliffe (64).

Dalton, Sir Richard, 1442, monument, Apethorpe (1) 4.

Dance, George, see Architects and Surveyors.

Date-stones
-, 16th-century: Collyweston (2); Southwick (2) 142.
-, 17th-century: Ashton (4) (5); Blatherwycke (11); Bulwick (2) 27, 28, (10) (12) (24); Collyweston (6) (43); Cotterstock (2) (11); Duddington (11) (28); Easton-on-the-Hill (11) (14) Pl. 124, (19) (23) (29); King's Cliffe (1) 95, (16) (23) (75); Lutton (6); Nassington (23) (36) (56); Polebrook (25); Tansor (2); Warmington (26); Woodnewton (1) 168, (16) (23).
-, 18th-century: Ashton (5); Blatherwycke (11); Collyweston (32); Cotterstock (12); Duddington (3); Easton-on-the-Hill (2) (42) (64) (69) (74) (77); Fineshade (2); King's Cliffe (11) (22) (34) (45) (60); Nassington (26) (29); Polebrook (27); Tansor (12) (14) (15); Warmington (5) (10) (19); Woodnewton (27).
-, 19th-century: Apethorpe (10) (14); Blatherwycke (3) (4) (5) (6) (9) (11); Bulwick (13) (23); Collyweston (8) (35) (40); Cotterstock (3); Duddington (5) (10) (16) (25); Easton-on-the-Hill (7) (8) (12) (17) (19) (22) (26) (49) (55) (59) (73); King's Cliffe (3) (10) (17) (32) (36) (38) (53) (63) (79) (84); Laxton (8); Nassington (2) (53); Polebrook (2) (12) (13); Wakerley (17); Warmington (20); Woodnewton (9) (36); Yarwell (27).

David, King, representation of, Apethorpe (2) 13.

Deacon, Samuel, Polebrook (27).

Dedications of Churches
-, All Saints: Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Fotheringhay (1); King's Cliffe (1); Laxton (1); Polebrook (1).
-, Holy Trinity, Blatherwycke (1).
-, St. Andrew: Collyweston (1); Cotterstock (1).
-, St. John the Baptist: Harringworth (1); Wakerley (1).
-, St. Leonard: Apethorpe (1); Glapthorn (1).
-, St. Mary Magdelene, Yarwell (1).
-, St. Mary the Virgin: Duddington (1); Fotheringhay (1); Southwick (1); Tansor (1); Warmington (1); Woodnewton (1).
-, St. Mary the Virgin and All Saints, Nassington (1).
-, St. Nicholas, Bulwick (1).
-, St. Peter, Lutton (1).
-, St. Peter and St. Paul, Hemington (1).

Dedications of Colleges
-, Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and All Saints, Fotheringhay (1) 66.
-, Holy Trinity and the Virgin Mary, Cotterstock (1) 38.

Deer Parks: xxxix: xli: 1: Apethorpe (2) 6, 14; Apethorpe (14); Blatherwycke 18 (2); Collyweston (2); Fotheringhay (20); 80; Harringworth (32); 91; 151.

Delafosse, Elizabeth, floor slab, Collyweston (1).

Delapré, Convent of: 63; Fotheringhay (1) 64, 66.

Delawarr, arms of, glass, Wakerley (1); see also Armorial Index.

Desbrow, John, tomb stone, Woodnewton (5).

Despencer, badges, Apethorpe (2) 7, 10.

Dimbleby, John, see Craftsmen, Masons.

Docks, remains of: Nassington (30) (45).

Dog-tooth ornament: lxxxvii; Apethorpe (1) 4; Glapthorn (1) 78; Nassington (1) 122; Polebrook (1) 133, 134; Tansor (1) 146, 148; Warmington (1) 160; Woodnewton (1) 166; 168.

Doom, representation of, Nassington (1) 123.

Doors
-, 12th-century, Duddington (1) Pl. 34.
-, 17th-century, Yarwell (11).
-, Medieval, Warmington (1) 160.
-, 19th-century, (iron) Apethorpe (2) 10.

Doorways, liv.
-, 11th-century, Nassington (1) 122, Pl. 5.
-, 12th-century: Cotterstock (1) 39; Tansor (1) 147, Pl. 14.
-, c. 1200, Woodnewton (1) 166, Pl. 14.
-, 13th-century: Duddington (1) 45, Pl. 15; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 53, Pl. 15; Nassington (1) 122 Pl. 15, (3) Pl. 77.
-, 15th-century: Fotheringhay (3) Pl. 83; Nassington (3).
-, Medieval, Glapthorn (17).
-, 16th-century, Glapthorn (8).
-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (2) 12, (14); King's Cliffe (45) Pl. 125; Nassington (56); Warmington (26) Pl. 125.
-, 18th-century: Ashton (1) Pl. 57; Bulwark (2) Pl. 125.
-, 19th-century, King's Cliffe (43) Pl. 125.

Dovecotes: xliv; lxix; Apethorpe (2) 8, 14; Bulwick (13); Collyweston (2) (8) (19); Cotterstock (2) (12) (15); Duddington (6) (29); Easton-on-the-Hill (31) (70); Fineshade (3); Glapthorn (7); King's Cliffe (18) (45) (58) (84), Pl. 128; Nassington (3); Wakerley (13); Warmington (32) Pl. 128; Woodnewton (9) (28) (38); Yarwell (22).
-, See also Pigeon Lofts.

Dryden, visited hall, Cotterstock (2) 40.

Dufour, wallpaper by, Laxton (2) 112.

Dunch, Ann, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Dundas, Henry, Viscount Melville: altered hall, Cotterstock (2) 40; restored cross, Cotterstock (17).

Eaglethorpe: 157; 163.

Easter Sepulchre: Lutton (1) Pl. 40; possible survival, Wakerley (1) 154.

Eayre, T., see Craftsmen, Bellfounders.

Elliott, Thomas, see Builders.

Ellis, floor slab, Blatherwycke (1).

Elmes
-, Anne, owner of manor, Warmington (26).
-, Sir Thomas and son, William, monument, Warmington (1).

Elmington: 16; 144.

Elsam, Adam, see Craftsmen, Masons.

Empson, Thomas, owner, Apethorpe (2) 5.

Enclosure: xxxvi; Apethorpe, 1; Bulwick, 23; Collyweston, 31; Cotterstock, 37; Duddington, 44; Easton-on-the-Hill, 51; Fotheringhay, 64; Hemington, 89; Laxton, 107; Polebrook, 131; Tansor, 144; Wakerley, 151; Woodnewton, 165; Yarwell, 171.

Engayne, Richard, founded priory, Fineshade, 61.

Estates, landed: xxxvii; improvement of, xxxviii.

Etgos, William and wife Margaret, brass, Bulwick (1).

Evangelists, symbols of, Cotterstock (1) 59.

Evans
-, George, 1st Baron Carbery: 107; Laxton (2) 109.
-, George, 3rd Baron Carbery. Laxton (2) 108.
-, George, 4th Baron Carbery, 114.
-, George, Freke: 107, floor slab, Laxton (1); Laxton (2) 109, 110, 112; 114.

Exeter
-, Earls of: xxxiii; xxxviii; xli; 31; Collyweston (2) 33; 51; Easton-on-the-Hill (2); 92.
-, Marquess of: Easton-on-the-Hill (85); 92.

Exton, Ralph, yeoman, Bulwick (12).

Fall of Man, representation of, Apethorpe (1) 4.

Fane
-, Charles, monument, Apethorpe (1).
-, Sir Francis: monument erected by, Apethorpe (1) 5; created Earl of Westmorland, Apethorpe (2) 5; building activities of, Apethorpe (2) 6, 9, 12; death of, 7.
-, Col. H. S., altered hall, Cotterstock (2).
-, John, lii.
-, Maria, monument, Apethorpe (1).
-, Mildmay: Apethorpe (2) 10; Nassington (56).
-, See also Westmorland, Earls of, and Armorial Index.

Farming: xxxv, xxxvi.

Ferguson
-, Hatchment, Polebrook (1).
-, J. F., Polebrook (27).

Ferrey, Benjamin, see Architects and Surveyors.

Ffollett, Elizabeth, brass, Collyweston (1) Pl. 63.

Fineshade, formerly in Laxton parish, 106.

Fire engine house, King's Cliffe (17).

Fire hook, Harringworth (1).

Fireplaces: li; lv.
-, 15th-century: Fotheringhay (2) 72, Pl. 127; (3); Harringworth (32).
-, 16th-century: Apethorpe (2) 11, Pl. 90; Hemington (2).
-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (2) 9, 11, Pls. 88, 90; 12, Pl. 89, 13; (14); Cotterstock (2); Duddington (8) (28); Harringworth (16); King's Cliffe (16) Pl. 103; Tansor (3); Wakerley (15); Warmington (26) Pl. 103; Yarwell (13).
-, 18th-century: Apethorpe (2) 10; Bulwick (2) 27; Cotterstock (2) Pl. 103; Duddington (30) Pl. 127; Easton-on-the-Hill (57); Fineshade (1); King's Cliffe (16); Nassington (33) (36); Pole-brook (15) (27); Southwick (2) 142, Pl. 113; Wakerley (7).
-, 19th-century: Bulwick (2) 27; Harringworth (15); King's Cliffe (80); Laxton (2) 112, Pl. 111.

Fishpond, Harringworth (32).

Floor slabs, ci.
-, Medieval: Easton-on-the-Hill (1) Pl. 69; grave slab, Southwick (1).
-, 17th-century: Blatherwycke (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Duddington (1); Fotheringhay (1); Glapthorn (1); Lutton (1); Wakerley (1); Yarwell (1).
-, 18th-century: Apethorpe (1); Blatherwycke (1); Collyweston (1); Duddington (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Fotheringhay (1); Glapthorn (1); Harringworth (1); King's Cliffe (1); Laxton (1); Lutton (1); Nassington (1); Southwick (1); Tansor (1); Wakerley (1); Warmington (1); Yarwell (1).

Floors, plaster: xlviii, xlix, lxvii; Ashton (1) 18; Collyweston (2) 34; Duddington (11); Easton-on-the-Hill (57); Fineshade (2); Harringworth (5) (21); King's Cliffe (45); Laxton (2) 113; Lutton (2); Nassington (3) (4) (27) (50); Polebrook (25); Southwick (2) 143.

Font-cover, 19th-century, Harringworth (1).

Fonts: lxxxix; xciv.
-, 12th-century, Blatherwycke (1).
-, 13th-century: Duddington (1); Harringworth (1) Pl. 38; Hemington (1); King's Cliffe (1); Nassington (1) Pl. 39; Pole-brook (1); Tansor (1) Pl. 38: Wakerley (1) Pl. 38; Wood-newton (1).
-, 14th-century, Lutton (1) Pl. 39.
-, 15th-century: Collyweston (1); Cotterstock (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1) Pl. 39; Fotheringhay (1); Glapthorn (1).
-, Medieval, Warmington (1) 161.
-, Post-medieval, Bulwick (1).
-, 17th-century: Southwick (1); Warmington (1).

Foster, Joseph, monument, Tansor (1).

Forster, Augustine and Thomas, floor slabs, Fotheringhay (1). See also Armorial Index.

Fotheringhay
-, Castle: accommodation, liv; chapels, liii.
-, Church, xciii.

Fowkes, Henry and wife Jane, monument, Bulwick (1). See also Armorial Index.

Foxley, Francis, manors purchased by: Bulwick (2) 26; 80.

Frame, Edward, see Craftsmen, Masons.

Franey, John, see Craftsmen, Masons.

French, James, see Craftsmen, Thatchers.

Furniture, church, 17th-century, xcviii.

Gables, lv.
-, Crow-stepped, Laxton (14) (15).
-, Shaped, lii.

Gallery, Long, Apethorpe (2) 6, 13, Pl. 91.

Garden Farm, Fotheringhay (2) Pl. 79.

Gardens
-, 15th-century, Fotheringhay (1).
-, 16th-century: Apethorpe (2) 5, 14; Hemington (2).
-, 17th-century, Bulwick (2) 28.
-, 19th-century, 109.

Garderobe, Apethorpe (2) 5, 9, 10.

Gardiner, William and wife Elizabeth, brass, Harringworth (1).

Garford, Richard, endowed school, 51.

Garford School, Easton-on-the-Hill, (2).

Gas works: lxx; Easton-on-the-Hill (84); King's Cliffe (9).

Gatehouses and Gateways: li; Apethorpe (2) 7, 10; Fotheringhay (2) (3); Laxton (2) 114, Pl. 150; Nassington (56).

Gibbon, Hester, King's Cliffe (11) (16).

Gifford, John: founded college, 37; Cotterstock (1) 38; built Provost Lodge, 75.
-, See also Armorial Index.

Glapthorn: formerly in Cotterstock parish, 37; Norton estates at, Cotterstock (2) 40; preacher maintained at, Cotterstock (2) 40.

Glass
-, 14th-century: Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Nassington (1); Southwick (2) 142; Wakerley (1).
-, 15th-century: Bulwick (1); Cotterstock (1); Harringworth (1); King's Cliffe (1); Wakerley (1); Warmington (1).
-, 17th-century, Apethorpe (1) Pl. 62.
-, 18th-century: Apethorpe (1); Harringworth (1); King's Cliffe (1).
-, 19th-century, Apethorpe (2) 8.
-, Medieval (fragments), Woodnewton (1).

Glebe lands: xxxvii; Easton-on-the-Hill 51.

Goodwin
-, Family, Easton-on-the-Hill (74).
-, William and Ann, householders. Easton-on-the-Hill (73).

Granaries: lxvii; Apethorpe (2) 14; Harringworth (27); Nassington (29); Warmington (26) (32); Yarwell (13).
-, See also Building, agricultural.

Gretton, Duddington, chapelry of, 43.

Griffiths, Rev. George, floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).

Gromball, William, see Builders.

Hackvale, see Architects and Surveyors.

Hale, Apethorpe (2) 14.

Halls, open, medieval: li; lviii; lxvii; Apethorpe (2) 8; Duddington (11); Fotheringhay (2); King's Cliffe (16) (51); Nassington (3).

Hancock, John, householder, Glapthorn (16).

Harringworth, church, interior: c; ci.

Harrys, Thomas, see Craftsmen, Bellfounders.

Hatchment, Polebrook (1).

Hatfield, Savile and Catherine, brass, Bulwick (1).

Hatton, Christopher, monument given by, Blatherwycke (1) 21.

Haward, see Craftsmen, Masons.

Heath, Sir Robert, owner of manor, Collyweston (2).

Hemington, stalls from Fotheringhay at, 66.

Hemmings, John, see Craftsmen, Masons

Hemp, 119.

Henson, Robert, householders, Easton-on-the-Hill (14).

Henwick, 22.

Hick, Jeremiah, floor slab, Tansor (1).

Hicks
-, Edward, Letitia, floor slabs, Fotheringhay (1).
-, Sarah, floor slab, Tansor (1).

Hill, William, publican, King's Cliffe (75).

Holdich, Rev. J. Henry, added to Rectory, Bulwick (13).

Holditch, G. M., organmaker, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Holt, Samuel, see Craftsmen, Masons.

Holts, manor, Cotterstock 37.

Hopkins
-, Arms of, Yarwell (1) 173; see also Armorial Index.
-, Rev. Frederick, Warmington (1) 157.

Horwood, William, see Craftsmen, Masons.

Hopper, H., see Craftsmen, Monumental Masons and Sculptors.

Hospitals, lxxiv.

Hour-glass stands: Nassington (1); Polebrook (1) Pl. 68.

Houses: medieval, l; Renaissance, li; 17th-century, lii; double-pile, lii, lviii; Palladian, lii; siting of, xxxix; symmetrical design of, lv; survival of, lvi; sizes of, lvi, lviii; planning of, lvii; types related to tenure, xxxix.
-, Prebendal: 119; Nassington (3).
-, Single-room plan: lvi; lix; Cotterstock (16); Easton-on-the-Hill (7) (58); Harringworth (29); King's Cliffe (34); Woodnewton (40).
-, Double-pile: Easton-on-the-Hill (57); Fineshade (1) (2); see also Houses, classified, class 8.

Houses, classified: lix-lxv.
-, 16th-century
-,-, Class 1a, Polebrook (6).
-,-, Class 1b, Yarwell (23).
-,-, Class 3b, Warmington (17).
-, 17th-century
-,-, Class 1a: Apethorpe (15); Ashton (5); Collyweston (25); Easton-on-the-Hill (29) (37); Glapthorn (11) (12) (19); Harringworth (18); King's Cliffe (29) (41) (71) (84); Lutton (2); Polebrook (29); Yarwell (11).
-,-, Class 1b: Apethorpe (4); Collyweston (31); Duddington (8) (9); Easton-on-the-Hill (14) (44) (60); Glapthorn (10) (21); King's Cliffe (27); Nassington (8) (22) (27) (36) (48); Wood-newton (5) (26); Yarwell (4) (13) (19) (20).
-,-, Class 1c: Duddington (8); Easton-on-the-Hill (3) (43); King's Cliffe (69); Nassington (10) (44).
-,-, Class 2: Bulwick (15); Collyweston (6) (7); King's Cliffe (45) (89); Lutton (4); Southwick (5); Woodnewton (35).
-,-, Class 2a, Polebrook (21).
-,-, Class 3a: Ashton (2); Duddington (6); Easton-on-the-Hill (67); Harringworth (13); Polebrook (24); Warmington (32).
-,-, Class 3b: King's Cliffe (8); Warmington (3); Woodnewton (31) (41); Yarwell (18).
-,-, Class 4: Easton-on-the-Hill (36); Bulwick (12).
-,-, Class 4a: Apethorpe (3) (6); Bulwick (6); Collyweston (14) (19) (26) (35) (37); Duddington (6) (21) (28) (29) (31) (32); Easton-on-the-Hill (23) (33) (46) (49) (61); Fotheringhay (4); Harringworth (7) (9) (23); King's Cliffe (6) (12) (41) (45) (46) (73) (79); Nassington (12) (47); Polebrook (2) (9) (18); Tansor (2) (8); Wakerley (11); Warmington (12) (18) (36); Woodnewton (3) (23); Yarwell (3) (6) (9) (12).
-,-, Class 4b: Collyweston (17); Easton-on-the-Hill (20) (39); King's Cliffe (70); Nassington (50); Woodnewton (8) (12).
-,-, Class 4c: Apethorpe (3); Nassington (49).
-,-, Class 5: Bulwick (10); Easton-on-the-Hill (21); Woodnewton (21) (37).
-,-, Class 6: King's Cliffe (34); Warmington (21).
-,-, Class 8: Harringworth (16); Southwick (4).
-, 18th-century
-,-, Class 1a: King's Cliffe (7); Nassington (27); Woodnewton (12).
-,-, Class 2: Duddington (2); Polebrook (30); Yarwell (14).
-,-, Class 3b, Warmington (5).
-,-, Class 4a: Bulwick (16) (18); Collyweston (9) (27) (28) (29); Duddington (18) (30); Easton-on-the-Hill (2) (5) (9) (22) (69) (77); Fotheringhay (15); King's Cliffe (21) (22) (35) (59); Polebrook (4) (8); Southwick (6); Wakerley (10); Warmington (4) (19); Woodnewton (6) (14).
-,-, Class 4b: Glapthorn (9); Woodnewton (17).
-,-, Class 4c: Duddington (18) (24); Easton-on-the-Hill (74).
-,-, Class 5: Easton-on-the-Hill (78); Polebrook (23); Tansor (15); Yarwell (25).
-,-, Class 6: Apethorpe (8); Bulwick (8); King's Cliffe (40); Nassington (30); Warmington (10).
-,-, Class 6a: Glapthorn (8) (19); King's Cliffe (18) (80).
-,-, Class 6b: Collyweston (23) (24); Wakerley (14).
-,-, Class 8, Nassington (40).
-, c. 1800
-,-, Class 1a: Nassington (10); Tansor (19).
-,-, Class 4a: Fotheringhay (10); Glapthorn (13); Harringworth (11); Woodnewton (9).
-,-, Class 4c: Woodnewton (19) (20).
-,-, Class 5: Nassington (18) (29).
-,-, Class 6: Bulwick (3); Hemington (4).
-,-, Class 8, Tansor (18).
-, 19th-century
-,-, Class 1a, Laxton (16).
-,-, Class 2: Duddington (12); Easton-on-the-Hill (33); King's Cliffe (28).
-,-, Class 2a, Collyweston (12).
-,-, Class 3a: Nassington (32); Southwick (11).
-,-, Class 3b, Nassington (24).
-,-, Class 4a: Apethorpe (11); Bulwick (23); Collyweston (3) (4) (20) (38); Cotterstock (3) (9); Duddington (4) (5); Easton-on-the-Hill (47) (50) (55); Fineshade (4); Fotheringhay (11) (17) (18); Glapthorn (3) (4) (18); Harringworth (4) (6) (14) (24) (26); King's Cliffe (24) (36); Nassington (5) (15) (16); Polebrook (5) (11) (13) (16) (17); Tansor (6); Wakerley (12); Warmington (8) (25); Woodnewton (8) (18) (34) (36); Yarwell (10) (21).
-,-, Class 4b, Wakerley (5).
-,-, Class 4c: Bulwick (11); Collyweston (34) (36) (40) (42); Cotterstock (5) (7); Duddington (4) (19); Easton-on-the-Hill (10) (16) (39) (51) (59) (65) (71); Glapthorn (7) (14) (15); Harringworth (4) (26); Hemington (3); King's Cliffe (26) (43) (72); Nassington (28) (29) (31) (38) (42) (45) (53) (54); Polebrook (3) (10) (17) (26); Tansor (4) (6) (11); Wakerley (8); Warmington (13) (14) (15) (16) (25) (27); Woodnewton (10) (16) (29) (33) (44); Yarwell (18) (24).
-,-, Class 5: Nassington (46); Woodnewton (24).
-,-, Class 6: Bulwick (21); Easton-on-the-Hill (76); Glapthorn (5) (16); Harringworth (19); King's Cliffe (13) (15) (20) (33) (41) (56) (76); Laxton (18); Nassington (21) (51); Warmington (2) (7) (11) (29) (35); Woodnewton (32) (42); Yarwell (5) (8) (16).
-,-, Class 6a: Bulwick (26); Collyweston (40); Easton-on-the-Hill (36); Fotheringhay (13) (16); King's Cliffe (43) (53) (86); Nassington (13) (14); Polebrook (28); Warmington (22).
-,-, Class 6b: Collyweston (11) (13) (28) (29) (38) (39); Duddington (15) (21) (25) (26); Easton-on-the-Hill (4) (6) (26) (34) (39) (45) (66) (72) (73) (82); Harringworth (8); King's Cliffe (38) (39) (44) (63); Lutton (5) (8) (9); Nassington (7) (35); Polebrook (7) (12); Tansor (13); Woodnewton (15).
-,-, Class 7: Cotterstock (4); Duddington (22); King's Cliffe (37) (55) (61) (62); Warmington (9).
-,-, Class 7b: Easton-on-the-Hill (53) (63); King's Cliffe (14); Warmington (24).
-,-, Class 8: Ashton (8); Bulwick (27); Collyweston (21); Cotter-stock (13) (14); Duddington (13); Easton-on-the-Hill (48); Fotheringhay (19) (20) (21); King's Cliffe (4); Nassington (43); Polebrook (14); Tansor (9); Wakerley (3); Warmington (20).
-, Notable
-, 13th-century, Nassington (3) Pl. 76.
-, 14th-century, Southwick (2) Pls. 80, 81.
-, 15th-century: Apethorpe (2) Pls. 84–87; Duddington (6) Pl. 99; Duddington (11) Pls. 94, 95; Fotheringhay (2) Pl. 79; Fotheringhay (3) Pl. 78; Harringworth (3) Pl. 94, (32) Pl. 83.
-, 16th-century: Easton-on-the-Hill (58) Pl. 78; Hemington (2) Pl. 94; King's Cliffe (77); Nassington (4) Pl. 77.
-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (14); Bulwick (2) Pl. 104; Collyweston (15) Pl. 123; Cotterstock (2) Pl. 102; Fineshade (1) Pl. 107; Harringworth (16); King's Cliffe (8) Pl. 100, (87) Pll 99, (16); Nassington (56) Pl. 123; Polebrook (27) Pl. 98; Warmington (26); Yarwell (11).
-, 18th-century: Apethorpe (11); Easton-on-the-Hill (57); Harringworth (5) Pl. 101; Laxton (2) Pl. 109; Woodnewton (11).
-, 19th-century: Collyweston (21); Duddington (13) Pl. 118.

Howkins, Joseph and wife Ann, monument, Wakerley (1).

Hunt
-, Rev. Samuel and wife Sarah, monument, Wakerley (1).
-, Zachary, rector, monument, Collyweston (1).

Huntingdon, Earls of, landowners, Fotheringhay, 63.

Hurland, Thomas, brass, Fotheringhay (1).

Hutcheson, Elizabeth, charities and school of, King's Cliffe (11).

Hutchinson, Katherine (West), monument, Fotheringhay (1).

Hyles, George, floor slab, Duddington (1).

Hymel, Castle, Fineshade, 61.

Ice House, Laxton (2) 114.

Inett, Ann, Jane, Rev. Richard, Samuel and Thomas, floor slabs, Tansor (1).

Inns and Public Houses: lxx; Ashton (8); Bulwick (12); Collyweston (26) (35); Duddington (14); Easton-on-the-Hill (28) (48) (77) (80); Fotheringhay (2) Pl. 70, (3) Pl. 78, (13); Glapthorn (6) (16); Harringworth (17); King's Cliffe (6) (29) (40) (46) (49) (67) (75); Laxton (9) Pl. 119; Nassington (7) (10) (23) (41); Polebrook (2); Southwick (5) (6); Tansor (8); Wakerley (9); Warmington (18) (28); Woodnewton (15) (17) (21); Yarwell (12).

Inscription, of 1411, Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 54.

Ireson, Edward and Thomas, see Builders.

Ironwork
-, 12th-century, Duddington (1) 46.
-, 17th-century: Bulwick (2) 28; Nassington (1) 123; Polebrook (1) 134.
-, 18th-century: Ashton (1) 18; Bulwick (2) 28; Fineshade (1); Harringworth (1) 81, 82; King's Cliffe (16).
-, 19th-century: Apethorpe (2) 10; Blatherwycke (2) Pl. 115; Cotterstock (13); Duddington (13); Fotheringhay (1) 70. 71; Fotheringhay (7) (8) (9); King's Cliffe (16); Laxton (2) 111, 113, Pl. 115; Laxton (11); Nassington (19); Southwick (2) 143; Yarwell (2).

Isaac, sacrifice of, representation of, Apethorpe (2) 11, Pl. 89.

Isham, Diana, monument, Polebrook (1).

Jackson
-, Charles, monument, Wakerley (1).
-, Family: manor bought by, 44; brasses, monuments and floor slabs, Duddington (1); owners of house, Duddington (28); Easton-on-the-Hill (77).
-, Hugh, Duddington (16).
-, Isaac, floor slab, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).
-, John, monument and floor slab, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).
-, Nicholas, baker, 44.
-, T. G., see Architects and Surveyors.
-, W. Goddard, built school. Duddington (16).
-, William and wife Sarah, monument, Wakerley (1).
-, William, endowed school, Duddington (16).

Jelly, Thomas, King's Cliffe (18).

Johnson
-, I., see Craftsmen, Monumental Masons and Sculptors.
-, John, merchant and lessee, Glapthorn (18).
-, John and wife Elizabeth, monument, Tansor (1).
-, Joseph, monument, Polebrook (1).
-, Richard, householder, Easton-on-the-Hill (26) (55).

Jordan, Robert, see Craftsmen, Smiths.

Keble, purchase of estates, Apethorpe (2) 5.

Kennedy, Henry, see Architects and Surveyors.

King
-, Rev. Alexander, floor slab, Collyweston (1).
-, Griffin: monument and floor slab, Nassington (1); house owned by, Nassington (30).
-, William, builder of house, Fineshade (1).

Kingsthorpe, 131.

Kirby
-, House at, 8.
-, Caroline, floor slab, Glapthorn (1).

Kirkham
-, Family, xxxvii.
-, Erasmus, George, Robert, floor slabs, Blatherwycke (1).
-, Robert of Warmington: 37; Cotterstock (1) 38.
-, Sir Robert: purchased priory, 61; Fineshade (1).
-, Walter: enclosed park, 61; Fineshade (1).

Kirnham, Ann, floor slab, Blatherwycke (1).

Knyvet, xxxv.
-, Family: Southwick 137; Southwick (2) 139, 140.
-, John, Southwick (1) 138.
-, Arms of, Southwick (1) 139.

Kitchens
-, Apethorpe (2) 5, 9.
-, Detached: Easton-on-the-Hill (72); King's Cliffe (34); Southwick (2) 140.

Knighton, Isaac, Southwick (8).

Langley, Edmund, Duke of York: 63, 66.

Lantern, Laxton (2) 111, Pl. 114.

Last Judgement, representation of, Apethorpe (1) 4.

Last Supper, representation of, Apethorpe (1) 4.

Law
-, Chapel, King's Cliffe (7).
-, E. F., see Architects and Surveyors.
-, Emma, monument, King's Cliffe (1).
-, George, floor slab, Yarwell (1).
-, Martha, monument, King's Cliffe (1).
-, Thomas (1714) and Thomas (1739), monuments, King's Cliffe (1).
-, William: charities of, xxxvi; lxxi; school and almshouse of, King's Cliffe (11); house of, King's Cliffe (16).
-, Family: 92.

Laxton, Fineshade part of, 61.

Leek, Johs, Kathlen, set up cross, Cotterstock (1).

Legg, W. D., see Architects and Surveyors.

Leigh, John, 1627, monument, Apethorpe (1) 4.
-, See also Armorial Index.

Leolinus, David, floor slab, Tansor (1).

Limewash, medieval, use of, xcv.

Lindon, de
-, Family, resident, Easton-on-the-Hill, 50.
-, Sir Richard: possible builder of chapel, Easton-on-the-Hill (1); indent for brass, Easton-on-the-Hill (1) Pl. 34.

Linton
-, Family, floor slabs, Fotheringhay (1).
-, Rev. Hewett and wife Sarah, floor slab, Nassington (1).
-, Rev. Robert and wife Mary, monument, Fotheringhay (1).
-, Sarah, monument, Nassington (1).
-, William, floor slab, Nassington (1).

Livock, W., see Architects and Surveyors.

Locker, banner stave, Duddington (1) Pl. 40.

Lodges
-, Entrance: Laxton (2) 110, 111; Bulwick (2) 27, 28.
-, Hunting: xli; xlv; Fineshade (1); Harringworth (32); 91.

Lodgings, in castle, 64.

Loftus
-, Family, 116.
-, John: brass, Lutton (1); built manor house, Lutton (2).

Lumley, John, see Architects and Surveyors.

Lynne
-, Ann and Anne, floor slabs, Southwick (1).
-, Augusta, monument, Southwick (1).
-, Elizabeth, floor slab, Southwick (1).
-, George (d. 1758): Southwick (1) 138; monument and floor slab, Southwick (1).
-, George (d. 1824), monument, Southwick (1).
-, Rev. John, floor slab, Southwick (1).
-, George, John and William, owners of house, Southwick (2) 140.
-, See also Armorial Index.

Mackie
-, Agnes, Arthur, floor slabs, Tansor (1).

Maddock, Jane, monument, King's Cliffe (1).

Maidwell or Maydwell
-, Elizabeth, John and John, floor slabs, Fotheringhay (1).
-, Thomas, rector, inscription, Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 55.

Males, John, monument, Nassington (1).

Manor Houses: Apethorpe (8) Pl. 98; Ashton (2); 31; Cotterstock (12) Pl. 105; Duddington (28); Easton-on-the-Hill (13); 80; Harringworth (3) Pl. 94, (16) Pl. 96; King's Cliffe (84) Pl. 99; Lutton (2) Pl. 101; Nassington (3) Pl. 76, (4) Pl. 77; Polebrook (29); 144; Tansor (3) Pl. 98; Wakerley (6); 157; Warmington (26) Pl. 96, 166; Woodnewton (11) Pl. 108.
-, Modern, Collyweston (41).
-, Sites of: 151; 157; 171; Collyweston (2).

Manors, royal: xl; 119.

Market gardening, 165.

Markham, Anthony, owner of house, Duddington (11).

Mason
-, Emma, Francis and wife Elizabeth, monuments, King's Cliffe (1).

Masonry
-, 14th-century, xcii.
-, 15th-century: xciv; xcv.
-, Banded: Apethorpe (1) 2; Collyweston (1) 31, 32; Easton-on-the-Hill (35) (61); Glapthorn (1) 77; Harringworth (1) 81; King's Cliffe (23) (30) (43) (45) (84); Nassington (4); Pole-brook (25); Southwick (11); Wakerley (1) 152; Warmington (16) (21); Woodnewton (25) (28) (37).
-, Herringbone: Cotterstock (1) 39; Tansor (1) 145, 148.
-, Long-and-short, Nassington (1) 121, 122.
-, Painted pattern: Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 54; Nassington (1) 123; Yarwell (1) 173.

Matthews, Thomas, Rev., floor slab, Harringworth (1).

Maule, Patrick, owner of manor, Collyweston (2).

Meadows family, carpenters, household, Glapthorn (6).

Medcalf, Christopher, bequest from, Collyweston (43).

Melley, Thomas, see Craftsmen, Smiths.

Melville, Viscount, see Dundas.

Merveilleux, Rev. George and wife Martha, floor slab, Tansor (1).

Mildmay
-, Sir Anthony and wife Grace, monument, Apethorpe (1) 2, 4.
-, Sir Walter: 1; Apethorpe (2) 5, 6, 10, 11; Fotheringhay (22).
-, See also Armorial Index.

Miles, Mary, floor slab, Wakerley (1).

Milley, John, see Craftsmen, Masons.

Mills: lxix; Blatherwycke, (10); Bulwick (8); Cotterstock (14); Duddington (3); Easton-on-the-Hill (83) (wind); King's Cliffe (18) Pl. 123; 138; Southwick (12); Tansor (17) (wind); Wood-newton 165; (3); Yarwell (27).

Mitchell
-, Christopher, householder, Easton-on-the-Hill (29).
-, Francis, see Craftsmen, Plasterers and Slaters.

Mitchelson, Isaac, King's Cliffe (38).

Moat, 157.

Monckton, Col., purchased Fineshade (1), 61.

Montagu
-, Family: landowners, xxxviii; Hemington 89; building activities, Hemington (1) 89, (2).
-, Thomas and wife Agnes, brass, Hemington (1).
-, See also Armorial Index.

Montfort, see Armorial Index.

Monuments, funeral: xcvi, xcviii, ci.
-, Medieval, Cotterstock (1).
-, 15th-century: Apethorpe (1) Pl. 45; Warmington (1) Pl. 52.
-, 16th-century: Blatherwycke (1) Pl. 64; Fotheringhay (1) Pl. 52.
-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (1) 4, Pls. 60, 61, 65; Blatherwycke (1); Bulwick (1) Pl. 64; Collyweston (1); Duddington (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Laxton (1); Tansor (1); Wakerley (1); Warmington (1) Pl. 65.
-, 18th-century: Blatherwycke (1); Bulwick (1); Cotterstock (1) Pl. 70; Duddington (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Fotheringhay (1); Harringworth (1) Pl. 70; Laxton (1); Nassington (1); Polebrook (1) Pl. 70; Southwick (1) Pl. 71; Warmington (1); Woodnewton (5); Yarwell (1).
-, 19th-century: Apethorpe (1) 4 Pl. 72, 5; Blatherwycke (1); Collyweston (1); Cotterstock (1); Duddington (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Fotheringhay (1); Harringworth (1); Laxton (1); Nassington (1); Polebrook (1); Southwick (1); Tansor (1); Wakerley (1); Woodnewton (1).

Morehay: xxxiii; xli; 92; 137.

Morgan
-, Rev. John and wife Alice, monument and floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).
-, John and Sarah, floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).
-, John, benefactor, Blatherwycke (11).

Morris, Roger, see Architects and Surveyors.

Mountjoy, Lord, owner of estates: Apethorpe (2) 5; 64.

Moyer
-, Robert and wife Elizabeth, William, monuments, Warmington (1).

Mullions: ogee-móulded, liv; ovolo-moulded, li, liv.

Muston, Sophia, floor slab, Duddington (1).

Nail-head decoration: Duddington (1) 45; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 51; Harringworth (1) 83; Hemington (1) 89; King's Cliffe (1) 94; Lutton (1) 117; Nassington (1) 122; Polebrook (1) 134; Tansor (1) 148; Woodnewton (1) 167, 168; Yarwell (1) 172.

Nassington, prebend of: 166; Apethorpe Church, chapelry of, 1; Yarwell, chapelry of, 171.

National Trust, house owned by, Easton-on-the-Hill (58).

Naves
-, Norman: characteristics of, lxxx, lxxxi; sizes of, lxxxii.
-, 13th-century: lxxxiii; sizes of, lxxxiv.

Neabon, John and wife Susanna, monument, King's Cliffe (1).

Nene Navigation Act, lxxi.

Nettleton, Charles and wife Sarah, monument, Bulwick (1).

Nevill, see Armorial Index.

Newman, James, householder, Easton-on-the-Hill (42).

Newton: John, owner of house, Duddington (5); John, floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).

Niches, 14th-century, Blatherwycke (1).

Norton, John, builder of hall: 37; Cotterstock (2) 40.

Norwich, Simon, Cotterstock (1) 38.

Nunnery, Cluniac, founded at Fotheringhay, 63.

O'Brien
-, Henry: monument, Blatherwycke (1); rebuilt house, Blatherwycke (2) 19.
-, Emma, Fanny and William, monuments, Blatherwycke (1).
-, Lucius, Spurstow, Susanna and William, floor slabs, Blatherwycke (1).
-, Stafford, Bulwick (3).

Old Sulehay Lodge, Nassington (56) Pl. 123.

Orangeries: Apethorpe (2) 7, 14, Pl. 87; Bulwick (2) 28; Laxton (2) 113.

Organ, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Oriel, Apethorpe (2) 8.
-, See also Windows, Oriel.

Orme
-, Capt. John and wife Catherine, monument, Polebrook (1).
-, Mary, widow of Miles, occupied house, Warmington (30).
-, Capt. Septimus, monument, Polebrook (1).

Orper, Edward, see Craftsmen, Carpenters and Joiners.

Osborn family, bakers and victuallers, Collyweston (32).
-, Ovens: Harringworth (22); King's Cliffe (86); Tansor (7); Wakerley (7); Yarwell (11).

Overstone, Lord: purchased village, Fineshade 64; Fotheringhay (2).

Pack, John and wife Elizabeth, floor slab, Lutton (1).

Painting: lv; xcv.
-, Medieval: Apethorpe (1) 5; Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Glapthorn (1).
-, 13th-century, Polebrook (1); Yarwell (1) 173.
-, 14th-century, Nassington (1).
-, 15th-century, Nassington (1).
-, 17th-century: Harringworth (18); King's Cliffe (87); Lutton (6) Pl. 126.
-, 18th-century, Ashton (1).
-, 19th-century, Tansor (1).

Palmer
-, Matthew, floor slab, Harringworth (1).
-, Robert, floor slab, Glapthorn (1).

Panelling
-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (2) 11, 12; Cotterstock (2); Polebrook (27); Southwick (1) 139; Warmington (26).
-, 18th-century: Apethorpe (1) 5; Apethorpe (2) 10; Bulwick (2) 27; Duddington (6); Easton-on-the-Hill (57); King's Cliffe (30) (48) (58); Nassington (36); Polebrook (27); Southwick (2) 142, 143.

Pantiles: xliv; xlviii; Harringworth (13) (26); Nassington (8) (26) (27) (45) (49); Polebrook (15); Wakerley (11); Warmington (11) (13) (27); Woodnewton (13) (33) (44).

Papermaking, lxix.

Papley, former village: 157; Warmington (36).

Pargetting, Collyweston (17).

Parishes, medieval map of, lxxiii.

Parker
-, John, see Craftsmen, Smiths.
-, Thomas, lessee of farm, Easton-on-the-Hill (45).

Parks: 61; Southwick (2) 140; laid out by Repton, Laxton (2) 108, 110.

Parris, Sarah, floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).

Pedly, Nicholas, floor slab, Lutton (1).

Penn, Henry, see Craftsmen, Bellfounders.

Pepper
-, Anthony, monument, Wakerley (1).
-, John, monument, Wakerley (1).
-, Sarah and husband John, monument, Wakerley (1).

Perio: xxxiv; lxix; 137; Southwick (12).

Perkins, William, see Craftsmen, Masons.

Peterborough Abbey: advowson owned by, 157; parish owned by, 89.

Philipps, Thomas, monument, Laxton (1).

Phillips, Joseph, brewer and inn owner: Duddington (14); Nassington (7).

Picturesque style: xxxix; 1; 16; 107; Easton-on-the-Hill (32) (85); Glapthorn (22); Laxton (3) Pl. 119.

Pigeon lofts: Apethorpe (12); Collyweston (24).

Piscinae: lxxxviii; xcii.
-, 13th-century: Cotterstock (1) Pl. 40; Duddington (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Glapthorn (1) Pl. 41; King's Cliffe (1); Laxton (1); Lutton (1) Pl. 41; Polebrook (1) Pl. 41; Tansor (1); Wakerley (1); Warmington (1) Pl. 41; Woodnewton (1) Pl. 41.
-, 14th-century: Blatherwycke (1); Bulwick (1) Pl. 40; Cotterstock (1); Duddington (1); Glapthorn (1); Harringworth (1); Nassington (1); Southwick (2) 140, 142.
-, 15th-century, Wakerley (1).
-, Medieval: Tansor (1); Wakerley (1).

Plantagenet, Richard, Duke of York, monument, Fotheringhay (1).

Plaster, lime: manufacture of, xlviii; of paris, xlix.

Plasterwork, decorative: xlix; lvi; Apethorpe (2) 11; Cotter-stock (2); Duddington (11); Easton-on-the-Hill (23) (29) (44); Fineshade (1); see also Ceilings.

Pocock, see Craftsmen, Monumental Masons and Sculptors.

Popple
-, Rev. Edmund, 1726, monument and floor slab, Blatherwycke (1).
-, Elizabeth, floor slab, Blatherwycke (1).

Porches, church: lxxxvi; Pl. 25.

Porter, Sir William, owner of manor, Collyweston (2).
-, See also Armorial Index.

Portwood, George, see Architects and Surveyors.

Post office, Duddington (16).

Pounds: Woodnewton (21); Yarwell (28).

Powys, Thomas, bought manor, 157.

Priory: lxxii; 61; Fineshade (1).

Pulpits
-, 15th-century, Fotheringhay (1) Pl. 53.
-, 17th-century: Glapthorn (1); Harringworth (1); Nassington (1); Polebrook (1); Tansor (1).
-, 18th-century: Apethorpe (1) Pl. 66; Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Southwick (1).
-, 19th-century: King's Cliffe (1); Laxton (1); (part medieval) Warmington (1).

Pyemont, Rev. W., floor slab, King's Cliffe (1).

Railway Station, Ashton (7).

Railways: lxxii; 119.

Rainwater heads
-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (2) 12; Fotheringhay (1) 71.
-, 18th-century, Apethorpe (1) 5 Pl. 68.
-, 19th-century, Apethorpe (2) 10.

Randolph, Thomas, monument, Blatherwycke (1).

Rate, family, farmers, King's Cliffe (79).

Rayment, Thomas, see Craftsmen, Clockmakers.

Reach, Thomas, see Craftsmen, Plasterers and Slaters.

Recesses: flanking chancel arch, Wakerley (1) 152; tomb, 13th-century, Warmington (1) 161 Pl. 34.

Rectories and Vicarages: Blatherwycke (8); Bulwick (13); Collyweston (21); Easton-on-the-Hill (57) Pl. 105, (58) Pl. 78; Fotheringhay (5); Harringworth (15); Laxton (15) Pl. 119; Wakerley (7); Warmington (12) (17) Pl. 95.

Reddale, William, floor slab, Duddington (1).

Reeves, see Craftsmen, Monumental Masons.

Reliquaries, possible: Glapthorn (1) 78; Harringworth (1) 83.

Repington, Philip, Bishop of Lincoln, Harringworth (1) 83.

Repton, Humphrey and J. A., see Architects and Surveyors.

Reredos
-, 18th-century: Apethorpe (1) 5; Ashton (1) Pl. 57.
-, 19th-century, Fotheringhay (1).

Resurrection, representation of, Apethorpe (1) 4.

Richardson, James, see Builders.

Rickett
-, James and wife Sarah, monument, Cotterstock (1).
-, James, built house, Cotterstock (14).
-, Sarah, monument, Cotterstock (1).

Ridel, family, owners of manor, Nassington (4).

Ripley, Thomas, see Architects and Surveyors.

Roads, lxxi.

Roald, Constable of Richmond, Tansor (1) 145.

Rockingham Forest: xxxiii; xxxix; xl; 1; 43; 61; 63; 91; 106; 119; 165; 171.

Rood beam: Woodnewton (1) 167; corbels for, Apethorpe (1) 4.

Rood loft, xciv.

Rood loft stair: xciv; Bulwick (1) 24; Cotterstock (1) 38; Duddington (1) 45; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 53; Harringworth (1) 82; Nassington (1) 122; Warmington (1) 160.

Roofs: xlv; xlvi.
-, Arch-braced collar beam: Apethorpe (2) 10, 14; Duddington (11); Harringworth (32); King's Cliffe (51); Nassington (3) (4); Tansor (3).
-, Catslide: Bulwick (27); Southwick (9).
-, Clasped purlin: Apethorpe (2) 8, 9, 10; Collyweston (2); Cotter-stock (12); Duddington (1) 46; Harringworth (32); Hemington (2); King's Cliffe (11) (77); Nassington (3) (4); Polebrook (6); Yarwell (13).
-, Hammer beam, Polebrook (27).
-, King post: Apethorpe (1) 4; Bulwick (1) 25; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 53; Harringworth (1) 83; Lutton (1) 117; Nassington (3) 125; Polebrook (1) 134; Warmington (1) 160.
-, Knee principals, Apethorpe (2) 13.
-, Mansard: Bulwick (13); Duddington (3); Easton-on-the-Hill (4) (28); King's Cliffe (6); Nassington (7) (14) (21); Woodnewton (20).
-, Wind-braced: Apethorpe (1) 8, 10; Duddington (11); Fotheringhay (2); Harringworth (22) (32); Hemington (2); King's Cliffe (51) (77); Nassington (3) (4); Polebrook (29); Tansor (3).

Rose, John and daughter Laetitia, owners of hall, Cotterstock (2).

Rothschild, Baron, bought parish, 16.

Roubiliac: monument by, xcix; Southwick (1).

Rowell, l., see Craftsmen, Glass Painters.

Rowles, Elizabeth, Jane, Stephen, William, floor slabs, Lutton (1).

Royal Arms, see Armorial Index.

Royce, Richard, see Craftsmen, Painters.

Rudd, John, floor slab, Duddington (1).

Russell, John, gift by king to, Fotheringhay (2).

Saints, representations of, xcv.

St. Christopher, representation of, Glapthorn (1) 78.

St. Martin, representation of, Nassington (1) 123 Pl. 42.

St. Michael, representation of, Nassington (1) 123.

Sampson, Robert, rector, Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 54.

Samwell, Francis, purchased chapel, Ashton (1).

Sanderson
-, Elizabeth, William, floor slabs, Glapthorn (1).
-, William, see Craftsmen, Masons.
-, See also Builders.

Schools: lxx.
-, 18th-century: Ashton (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (2); King's Cliffe (1) Pl. 120, (32); Polebrook (28).
-, 19th-century: Apethorpe (10); Blatherwycke (7) Pl. 121; Bulwick (9); Duddington (16) Pl. 121; Easton-on-the-Hill (72) Pl. 121; Glapthorn (2); Harringworth (10); King's Cliffe (45); Laxton (14) Pl. 121.
-, Sunday, 19th-century, Yarwell (2).

Schreiber, Susanna, monument, Laxton (1).

Scott, Sir G. G., see Architects and Surveyors.

Screens: lxxxviii; xc; xciv; ci; ciii.
-, Medieval, Easton-on-the-Hill (1), fragments.
-, 15th-century: Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Harringworth (1) Pl. 53; Nassington (1); Polebrook (1); Tansor (1); Warmington (1).
-, 16th-century, Warmington (1).
-, 17th-century, Apethorpe (1) Pl. 67.
-, 18th-century, Cotterstock (2).

Sculthorp, John: monument, Bulwick (1); householder, Harring-worth (31).

Seating: lxxxix; xcii; xciv; xcvi; ciii; Cotterstock (1) 39, 40; Duddington (1); Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Fotheringhay (1); Glapthorn (1); Harringworth (1); Hemington (1) Pls. 53, 55; King's Cliffe (1) Pl. 53; Polebrook (1); Tansor (1) Pl. 54; Warmington (1) Pl. 66.
-, Plans of: xcvii; xcviii; xcix.

Sedilia
-, 14th-century: Bulwick (1) Pl. 40; Cotterstock (1); Harringworth (1).
-, 15th-century: Harringworth (1); Nassington (1).

Sherington, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Shield, Rev. William, floor slab, Collyweston (1).

Shirley, John, Easton-on-the-Hill (14).

Shops: lviii; lxx; 92; Bulwick (17); Collyweston (20); Duddington (27); King's Cliffe (4) (57) (66) (71) (83); Southwick (3); Woodnewton (13); Yarwell (7).

Simcoe, John, monument, Cotterstock (1); see also Armorial Index.

Sisson, Ann, floor slab, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Skynner, John, rector, and wife Sarah, monument, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Slates, stone: xlvii; lxx; 30; 50; workings, 44.

Slates, Welsh: xlvii; Ashton (1); Blatherwycke (7) (9); Bulwick (9) (10) (21) (24); Cotterstock (4) (6) (8) (9) (11) (13); Duddington (13) (27); Glapthorn (4) (5) (7) (14); Harringworth (10) (15) (19) (24) (27) (31); King's Cliffe (2) (4) (12) (15) (21) (26) (29) (53) (54) (57) (64) (66) (73) (76) (83); Laxton (2) 113, (15) (16); Nassington (16) (17) (29) (32) (35) (37) (47) (51); Polebrook (3) (7) (14); Tansor (4) (5) (6) (8) (13); Wakerley (8); Warmington (7) (15) (20) (24); Woodnewton (24); Yarwell (7) (8) (25) (27).

Smith
-, Jane, floor slab, Blatherwycke (1).
-, Rev. Robert, floor slab, Harringworth (1).
-, Thomas, floor slab, Tansor (1).
-, Walter, floor slab, Wakerley (1).

Soden, Thomas, heightened mill, Duddington (3).

Southwell
-, Elizabeth (1782), floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).
-, Elizabeth (1824), floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).
-, John, floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).
-, John (1778), floor slab, Glapthorn (1).
-, John, floor slab, Warmington (1).

Spas: 92; 138; Southwick (13).

Sparrow, see Craftsmen, Monumental Masons and Sculptors.

Spires: lxxxiii; lxxxvi; xci; Bulwick (1); Duddington (1); Harringworth (1); King's Cliffe (1); Laxton (1); Nassington (1); Pole-brook (1); Southwick (1); Wakerley (1); Warmington (1).

Stables: lxvii; Apethorpe (2) 7, 14; Bulwick (2) 28; Cotterstock (13); Easton-on-the-Hill (13); Fineshade (1); Fotheringhay (6); Harringworth (16) (27); King's Cliffe (16) (63); Laxton (2) Pl. 108, (16) (18); Nassington (41); Polebrook (14); Southwick (2) 140; Warmington (3) (32).

Staff, domestic and agricultural, accommodation for: liv; lviii.

Stafford, xxxvii.
-, Humphrey, landowner: li; 18; brass and monument, Blatherwycke (1).
-, John, monument, Blatherwycke (1).
-, William: floor slab, Blatherwycke (1); lands divided, 107.

Stair turrets: Apethorpe (2) 9, 10; Cotterstock (12); Duddington (30); Fotheringhay (1) 69; King's Cliffe (30) (45); Southwick (2) 142; 145; Tansor (1) 148; Warmington (26) (32).

Staircases: lvi.
-, 12th-century, lxxxii.
-, 16th-century, Apethorpe (2) 9.
-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (2) 9, 11, 12, Pl. 91; Collyweston (41); Cotterstock (2); Easton-on-the-Hill (13) Pl. 115; Glapthorn (19); Harringworth (3) (16); King's Cliffe (45); Nassington (56); Warmington (26) Pl. 115.
-, 18th-century: Duddington (12); Easton-on-the-Hill (57) Pl. 115; Fineshade (2); King's Cliffe (11) Pl. 115, (18) (30) (42) (48); Polebrook (27); Southwick (2) 142; Warmington (32); Yarwell (13) (27).
-, 19th-century: Bulwick (2) 27; Fotheringhay (3); Laxton (2).

Stands, hunting: xli; Apethorpe (2) 14; Harringworth (32).

Steward
-, Elizabeth (Creed), foundress of Ashton School, Cotterstock (2).
-, Elmes, purchased estate, Cotterstock (2).

Stiff-leaf: lxxxvii; Bulwick (1) 24 Pl. 13; Duddington (1) 46; Polebrook (1) 132, 134; Warmington (1) 160.

Stocks, 17th-century, Apethorpe (9).

Stone, Nicholas, see Craftsmen, Monumental Masons and Sculptors.

Stones, building: xli; xlii;
-, Barnack: 1; lxxxii; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 52; King's Cliffe (1) 92, 93.
-, Ironstone: Apethorpe (2) 12; Easton-on-the-Hill (35) (61); Harringworth (1) 81; Woodnewton (6) (7) (12) (16) (17) (23) (25) (26) (28) (30) (33) (39) (43) (44).
-, Pindle: Nassington (4); Duddington (22).

Stot, John, donor of bell, Apethorpe (1) 4.

Stoup, 15th-century, Fotheringhay (1).

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

Sulehay: xxxiii; xxxix; xli; 119; Nassington (56); 171.

Sundials: Apethorpe (2) 10; Collyweston (2) Pl. 108, (15) (20); Duddington (30); Easton-on-the-Hill (1) (13) (40) (57) (78); King's Cliffe (11) (40) (45); Southwick (2) 142; Yarwell (11).

Survey books, church, xcvi.

Surveys, village, 17th-century, lvi.

Swan(n), T., see Craftsmen, Monumental Masons and Sculptors.

Table of Law and Decalogue, Collyweston (1).

Tampon, Bridgett, monument, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Tansor, stalls from Fotheringhay at, 66.

Taylor, Nicholas, Warmington (17).

Tanyer, brothers, Polebrook (28).

Thatch: xlvii; liv; Apethorpe (5) (11) (12) (13) (15); 16; Bulwick (5) (6) (14) (15) (16) (20) (22); Cotterstock (7) (10); Duddington (24) (32); Fotheringhay (3) (4) (10) (14); Glapthorn (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (16); Harringworth (2) (4) (7) (29) (30); Hemington (3); King's Cliffe (41) (59) (79) (84); 114; Laxton (3); Lutton (3) (4) (5) (6) (7); Nassington (8) (9) (10) (12) (22) (27) (32) (44) (55); Polebrook (2) (4) (5) (8) (9) (20) (21) (23) (24) (30); Southwick (4) (5); Tansor (10) (14) (15); Wakerley (14); Warmington (5) (8); Woodnewton (17) (35) (36) (39).

Thornhill, Richard, floor slab, Warmington (1).

Thorpe
-, Almshouses, King's Cliffe (23).
-, Family, masons, 92.
-, John, see Architects and Surveyors.
-, Thomas, monument, King's Cliffe (1) Pl. 65.

Thompson, Martha 1748, Richard 1728, Richard 1777, floor slabs, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Thrumpton, William, floor slab, Fotheringhay (1).

Tiles, 50.
-, Crested ridge: Duddington (7); Wakerley (15).
-, Floor, medieval, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Tillson, John, see Craftsmen, Plasterers and Slaters.

Tilton
-, Ann, Thomas and wife Elizabeth, floor slabs, Yarwell (1).

Timber: sources of, xliv; types of, xlvi.

Timber-framing: xlv; lxvii; Apethorpe (2) 9, 14, (13); Ashton (2); Duddington (11); Easton-on-the-Hill (32); Fotheringhay (2) (3) (20); Harringworth (22) (28) (32); Hemington 89. (2); King's Cliffe (16); Lutton 116 (4) (6) (7); Nassington (3); Polebrook (6); Southwick (2) 142; Tansor (8); Warmington (5) (36).
-, Reversed assembly, Warmington (5).

Toll house, Collyweston (42).

Tomlin, S., enlarged house, Fotheringhay (6).

Tookey, John, tenant, Apethorpe (14).

Towers
-, 12th-century, King's Cliffe (1) (central).
-, 13th-century: Duddington (1) (south); Harringworth (1) Pl. 13; Laxton (1) Pl. 20; Nassington (1) Pl. 1; Polebrook (1) (south-west).
-, 14th-century: 1; Bulwick (1); Southwick (1); Wakerley (1).
-, 15th-century: Collyweston (1) Pl. 50; Easton-on-the-Hill (1); Fotheringhay (1); Lutton (1).
-, 16th-century, Hemington (1).
-, 17th-century: Apethorpe (1) Pl. 56; Blatherwycke (1); Wood-newton (1); Yarwell (1).
-, Post-medieval, Glapthorn (1).

Tracery
-, Curvilinear, King's Cliffe (1) 94.
-, Flowing, Cotterstock (1) 38 Pl. 36.
-, Geometric, Southwick (2) 140.
-, Intersecting: Blatherwycke (1) 20; Bulwick (1) 24; Glapthorn (1) 76; Harringworth (1) 81, 82; Nassington (1) 121, 122; Warmington (1) 160; Woodnewton (1) 167.
-, Plate, Nassington (1) 122.
-, Reticulated: Blatherwycke (1) 20; Harringworth (1) 82; Nassington (1) 122.
-, Vertical: Bulwick (1) 24; Easton-on-the-Hill (1) 51; Fotheringhay (1) 68; Harringworth (1) 81; King's Cliffe (1) 93; Wakerley (1) 153; Woodnewton (1) 166, 167.

Transepts: lxxxvi; King's Cliffe (1); Polebrook (1) Pl. 16; Wood-newton (1).

Traylen, see Architects and Surveyors.

Trinity, symbol of, Cotterstock (1) 39 Pl. 45.

Truss, Mary, floor slab, Yarwell (1).

Tryon
-, Family: 23; owners, Bulwick (2); mausoleum, Collyweston (1); owners of manor, Collyweston (2); burial vault, Harringworth (1) 82 Pl. 69; monuments, Harringworth (1) 83; builders of school, Harringworth (10).
-, Rev. J. T., Bulwick (13).
-, Moses, merchant: 80; Harringworth (3).
-, Peter, 31.
-, See also Armorial Index.

Turnpike, Easton-on-the-Hill 50.

Tympanum, in chancel arch: xc; Bulwick (1); Collyweston (1); Yarwell (1) 172.

Vaulting: lxxxvi; Apethorpe (2) 10, 12; Bulwick (2) 27; Cotterstock (1) 39, (2); Fotheringhay (1) 67, 69, Pl. 51; King's Cliffe (46); Southwick (2) 140, 142, 143; Tansor (1) 148; Warmington (1) 160.
-, Timber, Warmington (1) 157, 158 Pl. 30.

Veitch, Sarah, floor slab, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Vendey, William, see Builders.

Verandah, Cotterstock (13).

Vestries: lxxxviii; Cotterstock (1) 38; Polebrook (1) 134; Tansor (1) 145, 146; Warmington (1) 158.

Vicarage, see Rectories and Vicarages.

Villages
-, Deserted and shrunken: xxxiv; xxxv; lxxiv; 1; 37; 131; 138; 144; 157.
-, Estate, 114.
-, Mentioned in Domesday Book, xxxiii, xxxiv.
-, Morphology of, xxxvii.
-, Ownership of, xxxiii; xxxviii.
-, Population changes in, xxxvi.
-, Rebuilt, xxxviii.

Virtues, representation of, Apethorpe (1) 4.

Wade, George, tanner, builder of house, Duddington (30).

Walker
-, John, floor slab, King's Cliffe (1).
-, William, monument, King's Cliffe (1).

Walls: xliii; xliv; crinkle crankle, Blatherwycke (2).

Wallpaper, scenic, Laxton (2) 112.

Walter, William, brass, Bulwick (1).

Walters, John, see Architects and Surveyors.

Warmington Church: lxxxiv; lxxxix; ciii.

Washingley: Lutton united with, 116; materials from, Lutton (1) 116, 117.

Water leaf: lxxxvii; Duddington (1) 45, 46; Harringworth (1) 83; Nassington (1) 122 Pl. 15; Warmington (1) 158.

Weathercocks and weathervanes
-, 17th-century, Apethorpe (1) 5.
-, 18th-century: Ashton (1); Yarwell (1).
-, 19th-century, Fotheringhay (1).
-, Undated: Bulwick (1); Harringworth (1); Warmington (1) 160.

Weaving: xxxv; lviii; lxix; 119.

Webster, John, monument, Polebrook (1).

Weldon, Sarah, floor slab, Duddington (1).

West, George and Susanna, widow, monuments, Easton-on-the-Hill (1).

Westhay, forest land: xxxiii; xli; 91, 92.

Westmacott, fireplaces bought from, Laxton (2) 112.

Westmorland
-, Countess of, school erected by, Apethorpe (10).
-, Earls of: xxxiii; xxxviii; 119; 138; 144; 165; 166; Woodnewton (11); 171; Yarwell (27); agent of, Apethorpe (8); Apethorpe (13).
-, Jane, Dowager Countess, owner of hall, Cotterstock (2).
-, Susan, Countess of, 1814, monument, Apethorpe (1) 5.
-, See also Fane.

Wharf: Nassington (41); see also Docks.

Wheel of fortune, representation of, Nassington (1) 123.

Wheelband, Edward, schoolmaster and postmaster, Duddington (16).

Whitehead, William, see Craftsmen, Plasterers and Slaters.

Whitwell, Ann, John, Mary (1792) and Mary (1794), floor slabs, Fotheringhay (1).

Wildbore, Richard, brass, King's Cliff (1).

Wilkinson, Wildbore, floor slab, Lutton (1).
-, See also Craftsmen, Carpenters and Joiners.

Wilson, Rev. Joseph and wife Sarah, monument, Laxton (1).

Wiltshire, see Armorial Index.

Windmills: Easton-on-the-Hill (83); Tansor (17).

Windows: liv.
-, Bay: lv; Apethorpe (2) 9, 10, 11, 12; Apethorpe (14); Bulwick (19); Collyweston (14) (15) (23); Duddington (25) (28); Easton-on-the-Hill (62) (75); Glapthorn (11); King's Cliffe (6) (8) (30) (42) (61) (71) (84); Nassington (18) (23); Polebrook (27); Tansor (12); Woodnewton (32); Yarwell (11) (20).
-, Double-splayed, Blatherwycke (1) 20 Pl. 5.
-, Fire: lv; Apethorpe (6); King's Cliffe (70); Nassington (34) (37); Woodnewton (26).
-, Low-side: lxxxviii; Lutton (1); Polebrook (1); Woodnewton (1) 166.
-, Oriel: Apethorpe (2) 8; Nassington (3) (4); Southwick (2) 142.
-, Saxon, Nassington (1) 122.

Wise, Thomas, floor slab, Tansor (1).

Wolston, Sir Guy: xxxvii; Apethorpe (2) 5; Nassington (4) (56); 144; 166; 171.

Wood
-, Ann, Roger and wife Elizabeth, monuments, King's Cliffe (1).
-, See also Craftsmen, Monumental Masons and Sculptors.

Wood-turning: lviii; lxx; 92.

Woodward, Rowland, monument, Apethorpe (1).
-, See also Armorial Index.

Woodwarde, Richard, see Craftsmen, Plasterers and Slaters.

Wool traders, xxxv.

Workhouses: lxx; Duddington (8); Easton-on-the-Hill (21); King's Cliffe (49).

Wright, Robert, see Builders.

Wyles, William, house owner, King's Cliffe (57).

Wyman, Samuel, brass, King's Cliffe (1).

Wyntringham, Robert, brass, Cotterstock (1).

Yarwell: chapelry of Nassington, 119; family, foresters, Nassington (56).

York
-, Dukes of: xciii; 63; 66.
-, Badges of: Fotheringhay (2); King's Cliffe (1) 95; Tansor (1) 149.
-, Tombs of, Fotheringhay (1) 66, 71.

Zouche family: 23; Bulwick (2); 80; Harringworth (3) (32) (33); burial place of, liii.