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'Index', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Cambridgeshire, Volume 1: West Cambridgshire (1968), pp. 237-256. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=128775 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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In the Indexes references to the left and right columns on the page are identified by 'a' and 'b' respectively after the page numbers. The classified lists chronologically arranged in the following Index are necessarily selective.

INDEX

Adams, Elizabeth, 1680, probate inventory of Orwell (8), p. 192b.

Aglionby, Ambrose, 1651, floor slab, Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Alabaster, see Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii and Carvings.

Alcock, John, Bishop of Ely (1486–1500): bells hallowed by, Gamlingay (1), p. 102a; indulgence granted by, Kingston (1), p. 153a.

Alkin, Jefferin, c. 1745 see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Almshouses: see Sectional Preface, p. liii.
-, 17th- and 18th-century: Elsworth (25), p. 89a; Gamlingay (21), p. 106a; Grantchester (7), p. 117a.
-, 19th-century: Arrington (8), p. 3b (Pl. 45).

Altar Cloths, see Textiles.

Ananias, death of, Croxton (1) (glass), p. 66a.

Andrew, St: figure of, Madingley (1) (paintings), p. 179a; invocation to, Tadlow (1) (bells), p. 205a.

Angier, Richard, 1842, Ann his wife, 1874, monument, Coton (1) p. 62a.

Anglesey Abbey, possessed by Sir John Hynde, Madingley (2), p. 179b.

Anlaby, Richard, rector, (d. c. 1396), chancel rebuilt at expense of, Orwell (1), p. 189b; p. 191a.

Annunciation, see Mary the Virgin, St.

Antique Work: Childerley (1), p. 45b (Pl. 72); Madingley (2), p. 185b (Pl. 128).

Antony (Anthony), St.: figure of, Barton (1) (paintings), p. 14a; Croxton (1) (carving), p. 67a.

Apostles, see under individual names.

Architects and Surveyors: see Butterfield, Byfield, Couse, Dawkes, Essex, Fawcett, Flitcroft, Gibbs, Gotch, Kendall, Laing, Miller, Oliver, Pratt, Repton, St. Aubyn, Shaw, Soane, Stuart, White.

Argentine, former shields of arms of, Hatley (2), p. 147b.

Ariadne, carving of, Childerley (1), p. 45a.

Armour:
-, 16th-century: Haslingfield (1) (helmet), p. 139b (Pl. 83).
-, 17th-century: Croxton (1) (breast plate, back plate, pot helmet), p. 65b, p. 66a; Hardwick (1) (burgonet), p. 128a; Haslingfield (1) (sword, gauntlets, spurs), p. 139b (Pl. 83).
-, 19th-century: Croxton (1) (shako), p. 66a.
-, Greenwich: represented on monument, Longstowe (1), p. 174a.

Armshold Lane, Kingston, p. 152b.

Arnold, Edward, see Bellfounders.

Arrington: p. 1a–p. 4b; tollgate at, p. 35a.

Artari, see Plasterers.

Arundel: Thomas, Bishop of Ely (1374–1388), Barton (1) (screen), p. 14b; arms of, see Armorial Index.

Ashwell, Hertfordshire, Harlton (1), p. 130a.

Askham:
-, Ann, daughter of Dingley, 1784, monument, Conington (1), p. 57a.
-, Dingley, patronage held by, Conington (1), p. 56b; 1781, monument, p. 57a.
-, Frances, wife of Dingley, 1783, monument, Conington (1), p. 57a.
-, Frances and Mary, daughters of Dingley, 1748, monument, Conington (1), p. 57a, (Pl. 90).

Atewode, Matheus, local name, Elsworth, p. 83a.

Athene, figure of, Wimpole (1) (monuments), p. 213b (Pl. 127).

Atkins, Elizabeth, 1592, see Wendy.

atte Dam, John, local name, Croydon (15), p. 76b.

Avenell, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Avenell's Farm, Gamlingay (23), p. 107a (Pl. 87); manor of Avenells, Gamlingay, p. 99b; (60), p. 110b.

Bacchus, carving of, Childerley (1), p. 45a.

Bacon: John, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

" Rychard, 1569, Haslingfield (1) (scratching), p. 140b.

Bake-houses: see Sectional Preface, p. liii.
-, 18th-century: Elsworth (12), p. 88a.
-, 19th-century: Elsworth (13), p. 88a; Gamlingay (15), p. 105b; Papworth St. Agnes (4), p. 201b.

Baker, Thomas, 1846, monument, Comberton (1), p. 51b.

Baking ovens, see Sectional Preface, p. liii.

Balcarres, Elizabeth, daughter of 5th Earl of, see Hardwicke.

Baldock Farm, Graveley (4), p. 120b.

Balk Plantation, Barrington (43), p. 11b.

Ball's Grove, earthwork in, Grantchester (22), p. 117b.

Balustrades:
-, Cast-iron: Papworth Everard (2), p. 197b.
-, Wrought-iron: Haslingfield (2), p. 141a; Wimpole (2), p. 220b (Pl. 134).

Banks (earthworks): Eltisley (20), p. 97b; Grantchester (22), p. 117b.

Banks, Thomas, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Baptism, The, see Christ.

Bar (Burr) Lane, Hatley, p. 145a.

Bardolf, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Barge-boards, (mediaeval): Gamlingay (7), p. 104b; Grantchester (2), p. 116a.

Barker:
-, Mary, 1792, floor slab, Eltisley (1), p. 92b.
-, Robert, printer of Bible, Knapwell (1), p. 161b.

Barnard:
-, Christopher, 1679, floor slab, Caxton (1), p. 36b.
-, Francis, D. D., 1756, floor slab, Caxton (1), p. 36b.
-, Richard, 1694, probate inventory of, Orwell (3), p. 192a.
-, Rev. Thomas, 1794, floor slab, Caxton (1), p. 36b.
-, William, 1720, floor slab, Caxton (1), p. 36b.
-, William, 1770, floor slab, Caxton (1), p. 36b.

Barns (early or notable): see Sectional Preface, p. liii – p. liv. Barrington (5), p. 9a; (7), p. 9a; Barton (5), p. 15a; Bourn (14), p. 25a; Caldecote (4), p. 33a; Caxton (8), p. 38b; Comberton (17), p. 53a; (32), p. 54b; (39), p. 54b; (46), p. 55a; Coton (7), p. 62b; Elsworth (16), p. 88b; Eltisley (4), p. 94a; Gamlingay (4), p. 104a (Pl. 27); (5), p. 104a; (43), p. 109b; Grantchester (8), p. 117a; Great Eversden (4), p. 124a; Harlton (2), p. 134a; Haslingfield (13), p. 143a; (19), p. 143b; (21), p. 144a; Little Eversden (2), p. 165a; Longstowe (5), p. 174b; Orwell (18), p. 193b; (22), p. 193b; (24), p. 195a.

Barnwell, Priory of:
-, Church owned by, Tadlow (1), p. 204a.
-, Manor, owned by, Bourn p. 17b; (8), p. 24a.

Baron:
-, Ann, 1833, monument, Eltisley (1), p. 92b.
-, Denies, late 17th- or early 18th-century, headstone, Little Eversden (1), p. 165a.

Baron:
-, John, 1827, monument, Eltisley (1), p. 92b.
-, John, undated, headstone, Little Eversden (1), p. 165a.
-, Mary, 1684, see Cranwell.

Barringer, Joseph, 1755, floor slab, Eltisley (1), p. 92b.

Barrington: p. 4b – p. 11b; arms of, see Armorial Index.

" Hall, Barrington (6), p. 9a; (40), p. 11a.

Barron, Thomas, 1762, floor slab, Hardwick (1), p. 128a.

Barrows: Barton (26), (Roman), p. 17b; Haslingfield (36), p. 144b (Pl. 1).

Bartholomew, a clerk, Caxton, p. 35a.

" St., figure of, Madingley (I) (glass), p. 178b.

Barton, p. 12a – p. 17b.

Baskett, John, printer, Hatley (2), p. 147a.

Bassingbourn, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Bath Spinney, Great Eversden, p. 121b.

Baths and bath houses, Wimpole (2), p. 219b (Pl. 109).

Battell:
-, Anne, 17(39), wife of William, floor slab, Comberton (1), p. 51b.
-, Daniel, 1700, floor slab, Comberton (1), p. 51b.
-, Leonard, 1710, floor slab, Comberton (1), p. 51b.

Beales and Co., Cambridge, see Metalworkers.

Beauchamp, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Beaufort, Lady Margaret: manor of Malton owned by, Orwell, p. 189a; (24), p. 194a.

Beche, Evrard de (d. 1175), place-name connection, Papworth Everard, p. 196a; (7), p. 198a.

Bedford, Dukes of: owners of Drayton Park, Dry Drayton p. 80b; (13), p. 82b.

Beek, Richard, 1671, floor slab, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.

Bell frames (ancient): Arrington (1), p. 2b; Barrington (1), p. 7a; Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Comberton (1), p. 51a; Coton (1), p. 61a; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Dry Drayton (1), p. 81b; Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Gamlingay (1), p. 102a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Haslingfield (1), p. 139b; Hatley (2), p. 147a; Kingston (1), p. 154a; Knapwell (1), p. 161b; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Longstowe (1), p. 173b; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.

Bellfounders: see Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, Arnold, Edward, Coton (1), p. 61a.
-, Brasier, William, Conington (1), p. 56b.
-, Brasyer family, Eltisley (1), p. 92a.
-, Briant, J., Croydon (1), p. 74b.
-, Bullisdon, Thomas, Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-, Bury foundry: Conington (1), p. 56b; Coton (1), p. 61a; Toft (1), p. 207b.
-, Darbie, John, Grantchester (1), p. 115a.
-, Dier, John, Arrington (1), p. 2b.
-, Eayre, Joseph: Caxton (1), p. 36b; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Dry Drayton (1), p. 81b; Eltisley (1), p. 92a; Kingston (1), p. 154a; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a.
-, Gray(e), Christopher: Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Caxton (1), p. 36b; Comberton (1), p. 51a; Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Toft (1), p. 207b.
-, Graye (Graie), Miles: Comberton (1), p. 51a; Conington (1), p. 56b; Gamlingay (1), p. 102a; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Orwell (1), p. 191a; Wimpole (1), p. 213a.
-, Haulsey, William, Graveley (1), p. 120a.
-, Kebyll, arms of, Eltisley (1), p. 92a.
-, Keene, Richard, Lolworth (1), p. 172a.
-, Newcombe, of Leicester, Eltisley (1), p. 92a.
-, Newman: Charles, Orwell (1), p. 191a.
-,-, Thomas: Kingston (1), p. 154a; Madingley (1), p. 178a.
-, Norris: Thomas, Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.
-,-, Toby (Tobie): Croxton (1), p. 66a; Hatley (2), p. 147a; Orwell (1), p. 191a.
-, Stamford foundry, Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-, Taylor, Robert: Croxton (1), p. 66a; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Bourn (1), p. 20b; Knapwell (1), p. 161b.
-, Waylett, John, Comberton (1), p. 51a.

Bells:
-, see Sectional Preface, p. xl.
-, 14th-century: Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Conington (1), p. 56b; Kingston (1), p. 154a; Madingley (1), p. 178a.
-, 15th-century: Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Conington (1), p. 56b; Coton (1), p. 61a; Eltisley (1), p. 92a.
-, 16th-century: Arrington (1), p. 2b; Coton (1), p. 61a; Eltisley (1), p. 92a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Longstowe (1), p. 173b.
-, 17th-century: Barton (1), p. 13b; Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Caxton (1), p. 36b; Comberton (1), p. 51a; Conington (1), p. 56b; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Gamlingay (1), p. 102a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Graveley (1), p. 120a; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Haslingfield (1), p. 139b; Hatley (2), p. 147a; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Orwell (1), p. 191a; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a; Toft (1), p. 207b; Wimpole (1), p. 213a.
-, 18th-century: Caxton (1), p. 36b; Comberton (1), p. 51a; Coton (1), p. 61a; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Dry Drayton (1), p. 81b; Eltisley (1), p. 92a; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Kingston (1), p. 154a; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Madingley (1), p. 178a; Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a.
-, 19th-century: Bourn (1), p. 20b; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Haslingfield (1) (recasting), p. 139b; Knapwell (1), p. 161b.
-, Mediaeval: Croxton (1), p. 66a; Tadlow (1), p. 205a; Toft (1), p. 207b.
-, Ancient But Undated: Bourn (1), p. 20b; Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Childerley (1), p. 46b; Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Hatley (1), p. 146a; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a.
-, Dedications, or with Invocations: see, Andrew, St.; Catherine, St.; Christ; God; Mary the Virgin, St.; Nicholas ('Necolane') St.; Paul, St.

Bendyshe:
-, Hatchment of, Barrington (1), p. 7b.
-, Catherine (Matcham), 1831, wife of John, monument, Barrington (1), p. 7b.
-, John, land allotted to in 1836, Orwell, p. 189b; (2), p. 192a; (19), p. 193b; (23), p. 193b; 1855, Catherine his wife, 1831, monument, Barrington (1), p. 8a.
-, Margaret, 1777, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.
-, Martha, 1785, monument, Barrington (1), p. 7b.
-, Richard, 1704, monument, Barrington (1), p. 8a.
-, Richard, 1825, Jane his wife, 1824, monument, Barrington (1), p. 7b.
-, Robert, 1687, Margret his wife, 1673, monument, Barrington (1), p. 7b.
-, Thomas, 1684, Constance (Castle) his wife, monument, Barrington (1), p. 7b.
-, arms of, Barrington (1) (hatchment), p. 7b.

Benefactors' tables:
-, Comberton (1), p. 51a; Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Harlton (1), p. 131b;
-, Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a.

Bennall End, Wimpole (21), p. 225b.

Bickley and Lardner, Berners Street, London, see Metalworkers.

Biers, Barrington (1), p. 7a (Pl. 21).

Billing, Mary, 1760, and children, monument, Gamlingay (2), p. 103b.

Bingham. E., see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Birdlines Manor Farm, Comberton (4), p. 52a.

Bird's Farm, Barton (9), p. 15b.

Bismur, E, inscription on woodwork, Bourn (22), p. 26a.

Blain, Ann, 1811, monument, Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.

Blanchard, Blackfriars Road, London, terra-cotta by, Wimpole (2), p. 218b.

Blythe Farm, Gamlingay (34), p. 108a.

Bohun, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Bokesworth, family of, chantry founded by, Boxworth (1), p. 29a.

Book rests:
-, 17th-century: Boxworth (1), p. 30a.

Books in churches:
-, 17th-century: Bible, Knapwell (1), p. 161b.
-, 18th-century: Prayer book and Bible, Conington (1), p. 56b; Prayer books, Hatley (2), p. 147a; Sermons etc., Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.

Booth, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Boundaries, parish, discussed, see Sectional Preface, p. xxx.

Bourn, p. 17b – p. 27b.

" Castle: Bourn, p. 21b; (42), p. 26b.

" Grange, Bourn (20), p. 25b.

" Hall: Bourn (2), p. 21b (Pl. 58); (42), p. 27a; Haslingfield (2), p. 141a.

" Mill, Bourn (22), p. 25b (Pl. 57).

Bovey, Sir Ralph, 1679, monument, Longstowe (1), p. 173b (Pl. 138).

Boxworth, p. 28a – p. 31b.

Brackets, stone:
-, 14th-century: Barton (1), p. 13b; Comberton (1), p. 51a.
-, Late Mediaeval: Barrington (1), p. 7a; Coton (1), p. 61a.

Brade:
-, Mary Frances, 1834, floor slab, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.
-, Rebecca, 1831, floor slab, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Bradfield, Thomas, Coton (1) (scratching), p. 61b.

Brasier (Brasyer), William, and family of, see Bellfounders.

Brass Indents, (mediaeval): see Sectional Preface, p. xli. Barrington (1), p. 7a; Bourn (1), p. 20b; Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Caxton (1), p. 36b; Comberton (1), p. 51a; Conington (1), p. 56b; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a; Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Gamlingay (1), p. 102a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Hatley (2), p. 147b; Knapwell (1), p. 161b; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Madingley (1), p. 178a; Orwell (1), p. 191a; Toft (1), p. 207b; Wimpole (1), p. 213a.

Brasses, Monumental: see Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, Mediaeval: Grantchester (1), p. 115a.
-, 15th-century: Hatley (2), p. 147b.
-, 16th-century: Barton (1), p. 13b; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Dry Drayton (1), p. 81b (Pl. 112); Hatley (1), p. 146a; Wimpole (1), p. 213a (Pl. 112).
-, 17th-century: Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Eltisley (1), p. 92a; Haslingfield (1), p. 139b (Pl. 22); Hatley (1), p. 146b; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Wimpole (1), p. 213a.

Braysher, John, 1833, monument, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Brearey, Frances, 1744, former monument, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.

Brew-houses:
-, 17th- and 18th-century: Comberton (3), p. 52a; Gamlingay (10), p. 105a.
-, 19th-century: Barrington (5), p. 9a; Great Eversden (13), p. 125a.

Briant, J., see Bellfounders.

Brick End, Wimpole (5), p. 223b.

" Kiln, Hatley (11), p. 150a.

Bricklayers: Nicholson, John, c. 1510, Orwell (24), p. 194a.

Brick-work (Notable or dated): see Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.
-, 16th-century: Childerley (1), p. 45a; Haslingfield (2), p. 141b; Madingley (2), p. 179a; Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 201a.
-, 17th-century: Caxton (8), p. 37b; Comberton (16), p. 53b; (30), p. 54b; Gamlingay (12), p. 105b (Pl. 37); (21), p. 106a; (31), p. 107b (Pl. 91); (38), p. 108b (Pl. 37); Haslingfield (2), p. 141a (Pls. 100, 104).
-, 18th-century: Barrington (5), p. 9a; Conington (1), p. 56a; Gamlingay (28), p. 107b (Pl. 37); (35), p. 108a.
-, 19th-century: Bourn, p. 18b.

Bridge Farm: Arrington (14), p. 4a; Tadlow (3), p. 205a; (8), p. 206a.

Bridgeman, Charles, landscape gardener, at Wimpole in 1721, Wimpole (2), p. 215b, p. 222b, p. 223a, p. 223b.

Bridges:
-, 17th-century: Haslingfield (2), p. 141b (Pl. 104); Little Gransden (10), p. 170a.
-, 19th-century: Bourn (2), p. 23b; Wimpole (2), p. 223b.

Bridgman, Rev. James, 1631, floor slab, Lolworth (1), p. 172a.

Brisley, builder, at Wimpole, Wimpole (2), p. 217a.

Britannia Metal, see Plate, Church, and Metalworkers.

Brocket(t): Margaret, wife of Sir John Cutt, Childerley (1), p. 44b, arms of, p. 45b; arms of, brass, Lolworth (1), p. 172a. see also Cutt(s).

Brockholt: manor house of, Caxton, p. 34b; (22), p. 41b.

Brockley Farm, Elsworth (12), p. 87b.

Brogriffe, Margaret, 1493, floor slab, Tadlow (1), p. 205a.

Brook Farm, Bourn (9), p. 25a.

Brotherton, Thomas, Earl of Norfolk, arms of, see Armorial Index (Royal Arms).

Brown:
-, Lancelot, 'Capability' (1716–1783): landscape by, Madingley (2), p. 181a, p. 186b; landscape by, Wimpole (2), p. 216b.
-, Mary, 1805, monument, Graveley (1), p. 120a.
-, Sarah, 1816, see Mehew.
-, Rev. Thomas, 1829, monument, Conington (1), p. 57a.
-, W. of Stonehouse, Devon, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Brown's Farm, Elsworth (24), p. 89a.

Bruce, arms of, Hatley (2), p. 147a.

Buckbery, Ann, widow of John, Martha (Cartwright) her daughter, Edmund (Cartwright) her grandson, monument, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a.

Buff Wood, Hatley (14), p. 150a.

Builders: see Brisley, Kett.

Building materials, see Sectional Preface, p. xxxi – p. xxxiii.

Bulbeck Mill House, Barrington (15), p. 9b.

Bull Inn, Gamlingay (11), p. 105a.

Bullisdon, Thomas, see Bellfounders.

Bullock, Rev. Richard, 178(?), Ann his wife, 1765, and their children, Lucy his wife, 1784, and their children, floor slab, Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a.

Burdelys or Burlewas: manor house, moated site of, Comberton (47), p. 55a; manor of, Madingley (2), p. 179a; (8), p. 187a.

Burgoyne, Sir Roger, milestone set up by, Gamlingay (46), p. 109b.

Burley:
-, Roger, estate inherited by, Orwell (1), p. 191a.
-, Sir Simon (d. 1388), chancel rebuilt as memorial to, Orwell, p. 189a; (1), p. 189b, p. 191a; former arms of, (1), p. 191a.

Burnel: arms of, see Armorial Index.
-, Isabel (d. before 1335), see Scales.

Burton, Philip, 1683, monument, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.

Burwash, manor of, Grantchester (2), p. 115b.

Bury, Elizabeth, 1685, see Jermin.

Bury Foundry, see Bellfounders.

Buss, R. W. (d. 1875), paintings by, Wimpole (2), p. 220a.

Butler, Thomas, 1658, floor slab, Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Butler's Spinney, Harlton (15), p. 135a.

Buttell, Thomas, see Goldsmiths and Silversmiths.

Butterfield, William (1814–1900): church restoration, Hatley (1), p. 146a; Tadlow (1), p. 204a.

Byfield, George (c. 1756–1813), Hall designed by, Papworth Everard (2), p. 197a.

Byng, Katherine, 1627, monument, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Cage: arms of, Longstowe (1), p. 174a.
-, Sir Anthony, 1603, Dorothy (Rudstone) his wife, n.d., monument, p. 174a; deer park created by, c. 1571, Longstowe (1), p. 173b; house built by, (2), p. 174a.
-, Sir Anthony, owner of Croydon Wilds in 1647, Croydon (7), p. 75a.
-, Jocosa (Mount), wife of John Cage, 1627, Longstowe (1), p. 174a.

Caldecote, p. 31b – p. 33b; Huntingdonshire, p. 63a.

Calvert, family of, at Childerley Hall, Childerley (1), p. 44b.

Cambridge City:
-, Canons Regular of St. Giles, owners of church, Tadlow (1), p. 204a.
-, Christ's College, manor of Bourn owned by, Bourn (8), p. 24a; manor of Malton owned by, Orwell, p. 189a; (24), p. 194a.
-, Corpus Christi College, patrons of living, Grantchester, p. 113a.
-, Jesus Lane, iron gate from, Orwell (30), p. 195a.
-, King's College, estate and manor acquired by, Grantchester, p. 113b; (2), p. 115b; advowson held by, Kingston (3), p. 155b.
-, Michaelhouse, manor given to, Barrington, p. 5a.
-, Old Schools, gateway from, Madingley (2), p. 181a.
-, Peterhouse, Master's Lodge, compared to Conington Hall, Conington (2), p. 57b.
-, St. Mary the Great, communion rails from, Madingley (1), p. 178a.

Cambridge, Owen, 1780, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.

Cambridge Road Farm, Wimpole (14), p. 224b.

Cambridgeshire Agricultural Society, prize given by, 1814, Harlton, p. 129b.

Cannon, Edward, 1700/11, monument, Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Cantelupe, Viscount, Haslingfield (21), p. 143b.

Cantelupe Farm, Haslingfield (21), p. 143b.

Carey, Dr. Valentine, Orwell, p. 189a.

Carpenter (?Andries Carpentière), see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Carpenters:
-, Nicholson, John, c. 1510, Orwell (24), p. 194a.
-, Ratford, John, 18th-century, Wimpole (2), p. 216a.
-, " William, 18th-century, Wimpole (2), p. 216a, p. 222a.
-, Redgrave, Abraham, 1752, Madingley (2), p. 185b.

Carter's Farm, Hatley (9), p. 149b.

Cartwright, Martha and her son Edmund, n.d., Haslingfield (1), p. 140a.

Carvings: stone, clunch, alabaster, etc.:
-, In Churches:
-,-, 14th-century: Harlton (1), p. 132a; Orwell (1), p. 191b (Pl. 13).
-,-, 15th-century: Toft (1), alabaster, p. 208b (Pl. 13).
-,-, 17th-century: Harlton (1), alabaster, p. 132a (Frontispiece, Pl. 89).
-,-, wood:
-, In Churches:
-,-, 16th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21b.
-,-, 17th-century: Croxton (1), p. 67a.
-, In Houses:
-,-, Mediaeval: Madingley (3), p. 187a (Pl. 36).
-,-, 16th-century: Bourn (2), p. 22b; Gamlingay (27), p. 107b (Pl. 36); Madingley (2), p. 184a, p. 185b (Pl. 119).
-,-, 17th-century: Bourn (2), p. 22b; Croxton (2), p. 68a.

Castell: family, house owned by, Hatley (6), p. 149b; (16), p. 150b.
-, Constance, 1610, brass, Hatley (1), p. 146b.
-, Robert, 1665, floor slab, Hatley (1), p. 146b.

Castile, see Armorial Index.

Castle, Constance, see Bendyshe.

Castle House, Gamlingay (25), p. 107a.

Castles, see Sectional Preface, p. lx – p. lxi.

Cater (Catar): family, house owned by, Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 199b.
-, Thomas, name on bell, Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.

Catherine Hall Farm, Coton (4), p. 62a.

Catherine, St., invocation to, Toft (1) (bell), p. 207b.

Causeways: Comberton (46), p. 55a; Grantchester, p. 113a.

Caxton, p. 34a – p. 44a.

" End, green at, Eltisley, p. 89b.

" Hall, Caxton (15), p. 39b (Pl. 64).

" Manor, Caxton (8), p. 37b (Pl. 59).

" Pastures, Caxton (16), p. 41a; (22), p. 41b.

Cedar House, Grantchester (10), p. 117b.

Ceilings, plaster:
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th- and 17th-century: Barton (2), p. 14b (Pl. 85); Gamlingay (31), p. 107b (Pl. 84); Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 200b (Pls. 124, 125).
-,-, 18th-century: Great Eversden (11), p. 125a; Madingley (2), p. 184b, p. 185a (Pl. 118); Wimpole (2), p. 219a – p. 221b (Pls. 140, 143).
-,-, timber:
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Gamlingay (27), p. 107b (Pl. 36); Orwell (24), p. 194a (Pl. 38).

Chairs:
-, In Churches: Barton (1) p. 13b; Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.

Chantries and Chantry Chapels: Boxworth (1), p. 29a.

Chapel Bush, site of chapel of Our Lady of White Hill, Haslingfield, p. 137a.

Chapman, Mary, 175(?), floor slab, Toft (1), p. 208a.

Charles I, confined at Childerley Hall, Childerley (1), p. 44b.

Chatteris, convent of, manor belonging to, Barrington, p. 5a.

Cheere:
-, Charles Madryll, 1825, monument and table-tomb, Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a; builder of Papworth Hall, Papworth Everard (2), p. 197a.
-, W. H., Papworth Everard church restored by in 1850, Papworth Everard (1), p. 196b.

Chertsey, Surrey, clock from, Eltisley (1), p. 92a.

Chests: see Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, Mediaeval: Boxworth (1), p. 29b.
-, 16th-century: Barrington (1), p. 7a; Coton (1), p. 61a; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-, 17th-century: Bourn (1), p. 20b; Comberton (1), p. 51a; Kingston (1), p. 154a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Madingley (1), p. 178a.
-, 17th- or 18th-century: Conington (1), p. 56b.
-, 18th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21a.

Chicheley, arms of, Wimpole (1), p. 214a; family of, Arrington, p. 1a.
-, Sir Thomas, 1616, his wife Dorothie (Kemp), 1644, and children, Thomas, 1617, Jane, 1632, and grandchild, Henry 1652, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 213b.
-, Thomas (d. 1699), son of Sir Thomas, builder of Wimpole Hall, c. 1640, Wimpole (2), p. 214b.

Childerley, p. 44a – p. 48a.

" Gate, Childerley (8), p. 48a.

" Hall, Childerley (1), p. 44b.

Child's Farm, Elsworth (8), p. 87b.

Christ:
-, Head of: Barton (1) (painting), p. 14a; Toft (1) (glass), p. 208a.
-, Invocation to: Croxton (1) (bell), p. 66a; Eltisley (1) (bell), p. 92a; Madingley (1) (bell), p. 178a.
-, Emblems of the Passion, representations of: Gamlingay (1), p. 102a (Pl. 116); Toft (1) (glass), p. 208a.
-, Scenes from the Life and Passion of: Adoration of the Magi: Wimpole (2) (painting), p. 219a. Baptism: Barton (1) (painting), p. 14a; Wimpole (2) (painting), p. 219b. Last Supper: Barton (1) (painting), p. 14a; Wimpole (2) (painting), p. 219b. Crucifixion: Madingley (1) (glass), p. 178b; Orwell (1) (carving), p. 191b (Pl. 13). Resurrection: Toft (1) (carving), p. 208b; Wimpole (2) (painting), p. 219b.

Christopher, St.: Barton (1) (painting), p. 14a; Kingston (1) (painting), p. 154b; Toft (1) (carving), p. 208b.

Church Causeway, Elsworth (1), p. 84a.

" Farm: Barrington (4), p. 8b (Pl. 61); Boxworth (3), p. 30a; Caxton (3), p. 37a; Croydon (3), p. 74b; Gamlingay (14), p. 105b; Great Eversden (4), p. 124a; (cross removed from), Tadlow (1), p. 205a.

Churches, location and development of, Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii – p. xl.

Churches and Chapels:
-, Dating from the 11th Century: Barton (1), p. 12b (Pl. 53).
-, Dating from the 12th Century: Barrington (1), p. 5b (Pl. 42); Bourn (1), p. 18b (Pls. 49–51); Boxworth (1), p. 28b; Coton (1), p. 59b (Pls. 52, 62); Grantchester (1), p. 113b (Pl. 71); Haslingfield (1), p. 137a (Pl. 70); Orwell (1), p. 189b (Pl. 116).
-, Dating from the 13th Century: Arrington (1), p. 1b (Pl. 11); Caxton (1), p. 35b; Comberton (1), p. 49a; Croxton (1), p. 63b; Dry Drayton (1), p. 81a; Eltisley (1), p. 90b (Pl. 12); Gamlingay (1), p. 100 (Pls. 12, 88); Graveley (1), p. 118b; Kingston (1), p. 153a (Pl. 97); Little Gransden (1), p. 167a; Madingley (1), p. 176b; Papworth Everard (1), p. 196b; Tadlow (1), p. 204a.
-, Dating from the 14th Century: Caldecote (1), p. 32a; Conington (1), p. 56a; Croydon (1), p. 73a; Hardwick (1), p. 127a (Pl. 52); Harlton (1), p. 129b (Pls. 92, 93); Hatley (1), p. 146a; (2), p. 146b; Knapwell (1), p. 161a; Little Eversden (1), p. 164b; Lolworth (1), p. 170b (Pl. 11); Longstowe (1), p. 173b; Wimpole (1), p. 212a (Pl. 126).
-, Dating from the 15th Century: Great Eversden (1), p. 122a.
-, Dating from the 17th Century: Childerley (1), p. 45b (Pl. 76).
-, Dating from the 18th Century: Gamlingay (21), p. 106b; Wimpole (2), p. 215b, p. 219a (Pl. 144).
-, Dating from the 19th Century: Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a (Pl. 24).
-, Sites of: Croydon (15) (Clopton), p. 78a; Haslingfield (Our Lady of White Hill), p. 137a; Orwell (Malton), p. 189a.
-,-, Nonconformist:
-, Dating from the 17th Century: Comberton (17), (now a barn), p. 53a.
-, Dating from the 18th Century: Gamlingay (2), (Independent), p. 103b; Kingston (2), (Congregational), p. 155a.

Churches and Chapels:
-, Dating from the 19th century: Caxton (2), (Baptist), p. 37a; Elsworth (2), (Baptist), p. 86b; Gamlingay (3), (Zoar), p. 104a; Great Eversden (2), (Congregational), p. 123a.
-, Site of: Barrington (2), p. 8b.

Clapton, see Clopton.

Clapton Dairy Farm, Croydon (15), p. 76b.

Clare College Farm, Barton (3), p. 14b.

" Farm, Caldecote (5), p. 33a (Pl. 32).

Clark:
-, Elizabeth, 1828, widow of John, floor slab, Bourn (1), p. 21a.
-, Rev. William, builder of cottages, Haslingfield (9), p. 142b.

Clarke, Thomas Jekyll, recorded in 16th-century scratching, Gamlingay (1), p. 103b.

Clay bats, see Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.

Clerks of Works:
-, Scott, John, c. 1510, Orwell (24), p. 194a.

Clocks:
-, Dating from the 17th century: Croxton (1), p. 66a (Pl. 21); Orwell (1), p. 191a.
-, Dating from the 18th century: Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Eltisley (1), p. 92a; Haslingfield (1), p. 139b.

Clopton (Clapton), Croydon p. 71b; (15), p. 76b; arms of, see Armorial Index; stonework from former village, Tadlow (1), p. 205a.

" Bury, manor house of Clopton, Croydon (16), p. 78b.

Clunch House, Great Eversden (5), p. 124a.

Coade and Sealey, Royal Arms said to have been made by, Madingley (1), p. 179a (Pl. 126).

Cobb, manor of, Wimpole, p. 210b; (19), p. 225a.

Cobb's Wood Farm, Wimpole (18), p. 225a.

Cock Inn, Gamlingay (24), p. 107a.

Cockayne Hatley (Bedfordshire), Hatley, p. 145a.

Cocks, Margaret, arms of, Wimpole (2), p. 218a; see also Hardwicke, Earls of.

Coffins and Coffin lids: see Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, 12th- and 13th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21a; Caxton (1), p. 36b (Pl. 4); Gamlingay (1), p. 102b; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Madingley (1), p. 178a; Orwell (1), p. 191a.
-, 13th- and 14th-century: Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Orwell (1), p. 191a.
-, Mediaeval: Barrington (1), p. 8a; Bourn (1), p. 21a; Croxton (1), p. 67a; Graveley (1), p. 120a.

Coins:
-, Roman: Aurelius, Bourn (43), p. 27b; Constantine I, Bourn (43), p. 27a; Gordian, Comberton (49), p. 55b; Gratian, Comberton (49), p. 55b; Septimius Severus, Comberton (49), p. 55b; Valens, Bourn (43), p. 27a; Vespasian, Comberton (49), p. 55b.
-, Mediaeval and later: Edward II, Bourn (43), p. 27a; Edward III, Bourn (43), p. 27a; Henry VI, imprint of groat on bell, Caldecote (1), p. 32b.

Colbatch, Rev. John, 1748, floor slab, Orwell (1), p. 191b; chancel roof reconstructed by, 1723–1748, Orwell (1), p. 190b.

College Farm, Barton (7), p. 15a.

Colne, manor house of, Caxton, p. 34b; (23), p. 41b.

Colony, of 60 dwellings, Gamlingay (47), p. 109b.

Columns, of cast iron, Elsworth (2), p. 86b.

Comberton, p. 48b- p. 55b.

Commercial Buildings, see Sectional Preface, p. liii.

Common Farm, Elsworth (27), p. 89a.

Communion Rails:
-, 17th-century: Gamlingay (1), p. 102b.
-, 17th- or 18th-century: Madingley (1), p. 178a.
-, 18th-century: Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Wimpole (2), p. 219b (Pl. 136).
-, 19th-century: Hardwick (1), p. 128a.

Communion Tables: see Sectional Preface, p. xli, and Tables.
-, 16th- or 17th-century: Caxton (1), p. 36b; Coton (1), p. 61a.
-, 17th- or 18th-century: Barton (1), p. 13b; Bourn (1), p. 21a; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Eltisley (1), p. 92a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Harlton (1), p. 131b; Knapwell (1), p. 161b; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Longstowe (1), p. 173b; Madingley (1), p. 178a; Orwell (1), p. 191b; Wimpole (1), p. 213a; (2), p. 219b (Pl. 136).

Coniesby, Blanche, see Wendy.

Conington, p. 55b – p. 59a.

" Hall, Conington (2), p. 57b.

Constable:
-, Alice, 1667, see Cotton.
-, John, of Drumondby, (Yorks.), Conington (1), p. 57a.

Constructional methods, see Sectional Preface, p. lvi – p. lviii.

Cooking ranges and grates:
-, 18th-century: Wimpole (2), p. 221b.
-, 19th-century: Longstowe (4), p. 174b; Wimpole (2), p. 220b, p. 221b.

Coomb Grove Farm, Wimpole (6), p. 224a.

Coprolite Digging, Barrington, p. 5b.

Coton, p. 59a – p. 63a.

Cotton: arms of, Conington (2), p. 58a; Hatley (2), p. 147a; Madingley (2), p. 185a.; family, bequests by, Lolworth (1), p. 172a.
-, Alice (Constable), 1667, wife of Thomas, monument, Conington (1), p. 57a (Pl. 14).
-, Ann, 1721, floor slab, Conington (1), p. 57b.
-, Admiral Sir Charles, 1812, monument, Madingley (1), p. 178b.
-, Commander Charles, 1828, monument, Madingley (1), p. 178b (Pl. 139).
-, Gertrude, 1701, wife of Sir Robert, floor slab, Conington (1), p. 57b.
-, Jane (Hynde), 1692, monument, Madingley (1), p. 178b (Pl. 138); married to Sir John Cotton, 1st. Bart., Madingley (2), p. 181a.
-, Jane, 1707, monument, Madingley (1), p. 179a (Pl. 14).
-, Sir John, 1st Bart. (d. 1689), of Landwade, married to Jane Hynde, Madingley (2), p. 181a.
-, Sir John Hynde, 3rd Bart. (d. 1752), married to Margaret Trefusis (Craggs), Madingley (2), p. 181a.
-, Sir John Hynde, 4th Bart. (d. 1795); stables built by, 1755, Madingley (2), p. 181a; alterations to chancel, 1770–80, Madingley (1), p. 176b; gift of paintings to church, c. 1779, Madingley (1), p. 179a.
-, John Hynde, 1807, monument, Madingley (1), p. 178b.
-, Margaret, of Madingley, enlarged house at Hatley, before 1753, Hatley (3), p. 148b.
-, Sir Robert, of Conington and Hatley St. George, Conington (1), p. 57a, Hatley (3), p. 148b; donor of bell, 1682, Hatley (2), p. 147a; infant daughters of, 1665 and 1667, monument, Conington (1), p. 57a.
-, Robert, 1697, son of Sir Robert, monument, Conington (1), p. 57a; floor slab, Conington (1), p. 57b.
-, Sir Thomas, donor of bell, 1662, Hatley (2), p. 147a.

Cotton's Farm, Dry Drayton, p. 82a.

Couse, Kenton, (1721–90), probable designer of Eating Room, Wimpole (2), p. 216b.

Covel, Dr. John, letter referring to building of Library, Wimpole (2), p. 215a.

Cozen, Ellen, 1706, floor slab, Knapwell (1), p. 161b.

Crafts Farm, Dry Drayton (7), p. 82a.

Craggs: arms of, Madingley (2), p. 185a; Margaret, see Trefusis and Cotton.

Crake, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Cranwell:
-, John, 1686, floor slab, Little Eversden (1), p. 165a.
-, Mary (Baron), 1684, floor slab, Little Eversden (1), p. 165a.
-, Mary Baron, 1737, floor slab, Little Eversden (1), p. 165a.

Cromwell:
-, Jane, married to John Disbrowe: Elsworth, p. 83a; Eltisley, p. 90a.
-, Oliver, Charles I held by, Childerley (1), p. 44b.

Cropley, William, 1688, and his son William, 1691, floor slab, Bourn (1), p. 21a.

Cross Farm, Gamlingay (30), p. 107b.

Crosses (external):
-, Mediaeval: Barrington (1) (gable cross), p. 8b; Coton (2), p. 62a; Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Gamlingay (1), p. 102b; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; (5), p. 166a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Tadlow (1), p. 205a.

Crow End Farm, Bourn (19), p. 25b.

Crowland, Abbots of, manor held by, Dry Drayton, p. 80b.

Crown House, Caxton (11), p. 38b (Pl. 64).

Croxton, p. 63a – p. 71b.

" Park, Croxton (2), p. 67a (Pls. 66, 67).

Croydon, p. 71b– p. 79b.

" Lane: Croydon, p. 73a; (12), p. 75b.

" Old Lane, from Ermine Street to East Hatley: Croydon (13), p. 76a; Hatley (18), p. 150b.

" Wilds: Croydon, p. 73a; (7), p. 75a (Pl. 120); (14), p. 76a.

Cultivation Remains, see Sectional Preface, p. lxvi – p. lxix.

Cupboards:
-, 17th- or 18th-century: Barrington (1), p. 7a.
-, 18th-century: Comberton (32), p. 54b.

Curson, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Cutt(s): arms of, Childerley (1), p. 45b; Lolworth (1), p. 172a.
-, Francis, portrait of, on panel, Madingley (2), p. 184a.
-, Sir John, 4th Bart., Childerley (1), p. 44b.
-, Sir John, 5th Bart., Childerley, p. 44b; (2), p. 46b.
-, Sir John, n. d., floor slab, Lolworth (1), p. 172a.
-, John, initials in glass, Madingley (1), p. 178b.
-, Margaret (Brocket), 1610, brass, Lolworth (1), p. 172a.

Dale, arms of, quartering Cage and Rudstone, Longstowe (1), p. 174a.

Dale's Farm: Barton (4), p. 14b; Elsworth (22), p. 88b (Pl. 31).

Dams, Childerley (7), p. 48a.

Daniel, figure of, Toft (1) (glass), p. 208a.

Darbie, John, see Bellfounders.

David, figure of, Toft (1) (glass), p. 208a.

Dawkes, S. W. (1811–1880), house designed by, Toft (2), p. 209a.

Dawson, Elizabeth, 1809, wife of William, floor slab, Bourn (1), p. 21a.

Day, John, 1751, Elizabeth his wife, 1782, monument, Great Eversden (1), p. 123a.

De La Warr: arms of, Bourn (2), p. 22a; family of, Haslingfield, p. 137a.
-, George John West (Sackville-West), 5th Earl: Bourn (2), p. 22a; Haslingfield (2), p. 141a; (21), p. 143b.
-, John Richard West, 4th Earl, Bourn (2), p. 22a.

Dean, Robert, pewterer, see Metalworkers.

Dear's Farm, Elsworth (5), p. 87b (Pl. 36).

Deave:
-, Daniel, 1701, headstone, Barton (1), p. 14a.
-, Martha, 1708, headstone, Barton (1), p. 14a.

Decalogue, Tables of: Coton (1), p. 62a (Pl. 20); Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Lolworth (1), p. 172a.

Decoy Pond, Arrington (16), p. 4a.

Dedications of Churches and Chapels:
-, All Saints: Barrington (1), p. 5b; Croydon (1), p. 73a; Haslingfield (1), p. 137a; Knapwell (1), p. 161a; Lolworth (1), p. 170b.
-, All Saints and St. Andrew: Kingston (1), p. 153a.
-, Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary: Harlton (1), p. 129b; Haslingfield (1), former chapel, p. 137a.
-, Holy Trinity: Elsworth (1), p. 83b.
-, St. Andrew: Caxton (1), p. 35b; Orwell (1), p. 189b; Toft (1), p. 207b; Wimpole (1), p. 212a.
-, St. Andrew and St. Mary: Grantchester (1), p. 113b.
-, St. Botolph: Graveley (1), p. 118b.
-, St. Denis: Hatley (1), p. 146a.
-, St. George: Hatley (2), p. 146b.
-, St. Giles: Tadlow (1), p. 204a.
-, St. James: Croxton (1), p. 63b.
-, St. John Baptist: Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.
-, St. Helen: Little Eversden (1), p. 164b.
-, St. Helen and St. Mary: Bourn (1), p. 18b.
-, St. Mary: Comberton (1), p. 49a; Conington (1), p. 56a; Gamlingay (1), p. 100b; Hardwick (1), p. 127a; Longstowe (1), p. 173b.
-, St. Mary Magdalene: Madingley (1), p. 176b.
-, St. Michael and All Angels: Caldecote (1), p. 32a.
-, St. Nicholas: Arrington (1), p. 1b.
-, St. Pandionia and St. John Baptist: Eltisley (1), p. 90b.
-, St. Peter: Barton (1), p. 12b; Boxworth (1), p. 28b; Coton (1), p. 59b; Papworth Everard (1), p. 196b.
-, St. Peter and St. Paul: Dry Drayton (1), p. 81a; Little Gransden (1), p. 167a.

Deer:
-, Charles Baron, 1771, floor slab, and benefaction by, Little Eversden (1), p. 165a.
-, Rebecca, 1770, floor slab, Little Eversden (1), p. 165a.

Denman, Thomas, monument ascribed to, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Desborough, (see also Disbrowe) Lawrence, 1799, Ann his wife, 1794, monument, Elsworth (1), p. 85b.

Deserted mediaeval villages: see Sectional Preface, p. lx and Village Remains.

Desks, see Seating.

Dickons, Rev. William, 1707, floor slab, Boxworth (1), p. 30a.

Dier, John, see Bellfounders.

Disbrow(e) (see also Desborough):
-, family of, Eltisley, p. 90a.
-, Cornelia, 1775, see Lunn.
-, James, 1638, Elizabeth (Marshall) his wife, Eltisley, p. 90a, p. 92b.
-, John, Elsworth, p. 83a.
-, Rose, 1698, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Samuel: Elsworth, p. 83a; Eltisley, p. 90a; 1690, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a; (3), p. 86b.

Dixon:
-, James, see Metalworkers.
-, John, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.
-, Katharine, 1729, see Trotter.

Dobson, Thomas, Coton (1) (scratching), p. 61b.

Doctors of the Church, Wimpole (2) (painting), p. 219b.

Doogood, Henry, see Plasterers.

Door furniture: Comberton (14), p. 53a; (28), p. 54a; (32), p. 54b; Coton (1), p. 62a (Pl. 22); Great Eversden (9), p. 124b; Madingley (1), p. 178b.

Doors: see Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, In churches:
-,-, Mediaeval: Barton (1), p. 14a; Comberton (1), p. 51a; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Gamlingay (1), p. 102b; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Kingston (1), p. 154a.
-,-, 13th- and 14th-century: Barrington (1), p. 7a (Pl. 81); Coton (1), p. 61a; Harlton (1), p. 132a (Pl. 8); Madingley (1), p. 178a; Orwell (1), p. 191b.
-,-, 16th- and 17th-century: Barton (1), p. 14a; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Tadlow (1), p. 205a.
-,-, 18th-century: Conington (1), p. 57b (Pl. 91).
-, In Houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Gamlingay (7), p. 104b; Kingston (12), p. 158b (Pl. 9).
-,-, 17th-century: Barrington (17), p. 10b; Bourn (2), p. 22a, p. 23a; Caxton (6), p. 37a; (11), p. 39b; Comberton (14), p. 53a; (28), p. 54a; (32), p. 54b; Gamlingay (7), p. 105a; Graveley (5), p. 120b; Great Eversden (9), p. 124b; Haslingfield (3), p. 142a; Kingston (9), p. 158a.
-,-, 18th-century: Bourn (2), p. 23a; Dry Drayton (8), p. 82b; Elsworth (12), p. 88a; Eltisley (2), p. 93b; (8), p. 95a; Gamlingay (42), p. 109a (Pl. 108); Great Eversden (11), p. 125a; Madingley (2), p. 184a – p. 185b; Wimpole (2), p. 219a – p. 222a.

Doorways (Pre-17th-century):
-, In Houses: Barrington (20), p. 10b (Pl. 9); Croxton (6), p. 70a; Gamlingay (7), p. 104b; Kingston (12), p. 158b (Pl. 9).

Dover, Lord, see Yorke.

Downes, Andrew, 1627, monument, Coton (1), p. 62a.

Downing: arms of, 1673, Hatley (1), p. 146b (Pl. 126).
-, family of, Croydon, p. 73a; Gamlingay, p. 100a.
-, Sir George, 2nd Bart., Croydon (1), p. 73a, p. 73b; house demolished by, c. 1685, Hatley (16), p. 150b.
-, Sir George, 3rd Bart., mansion built by, Gamlingay, p. 100a; (61), p. 110b; folly built by, Gamlingay (41), p. 108b; attack against, Tadlow, p. 204a; scene of attack, Tadlow (5), p. 205a (Pl. 120).
-, Sir Jacob, 4th Bart., Croydon (21), p. 79b.

Downs, The, Croxton (7), p. 70a.

Dowsing, William, observation on church by, Croxton (1), p. 64a.

Drayton Park: site of house, Dry Drayton, p. 80b; (13), p. 82b.

Dry Drayton, p. 80a – p. 82b.

Dumptilow Farm, Papworth St. Agnes (7), p. 201b.

Dutter End, moated site at, Gamlingay (60), p. 110a.

Eames, William, proposal for landscape, Wimpole (2), p. 217a.

Earthworks: see Sectional Preface, p. lix– p. lxix, and under: Banks, Barrows, Causeways, Earthworks (Linear), Garden Remains, Lynchets, Mounds, Pillow mounds, Settlements, Village Remains (deserted mediaeval villages).
-, Linear: Childerley (6), p. 48a.

East Hatley, see Hatley.
-, materials from demolished Manor House at, Gamlingay (61), p. 110b.

Eastwell, Great Eversden, p. 121b.

Eayre, Joseph, see Bellfounders.

Edwards, Francis William, 1805, monument and floor slab, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Effigies, mediaeval.
-, 13th-century (male and female): Eltisley (1), p. 92b.

Eight Elms Farm, Wimpole (9), p. 224a.

Ekins:
-, Elizabeth, 1702, floor slab, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.
-, John, 1706, floor slab, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Elsworth, p. 82b – p. 89b.

Elsworth Rock, Elsworth, p. 83a.

Eltisley, p. 89b – p. 98b.

Eltisley Wood, Eltisley (24), p. 98a.

Ely, see of: arms of, see Armorial Index.
-, Archdeacon of, see Palmer.
-, Bishops of, see Alcock, Arundel, Fordham, Lisle; estate held by in 13th century, Papworth St. Agnes, p. 199a.

Ely House, London, Reredos from, Gamlingay (6), p. 104b.

Emparking, see Parks.

Emplins, Gamlingay (7), p. 104a (Pl. 86).

Enclosure, parliamentary: Arrington, p. 1a, (17), p. 4b; Barton p. 12b; Bourn, p. 18b; (12), p. 25a; Boxworth, p. 28b; Caldecote, p. 31b; Caxton (25), p. 44a; Comberton, p. 48b; (2), p. 52a; (32), p. 54b; Conington, p. 56a; Coton, p. 59b; Croxton, p. 63b; (2), p. 69a; (16), p. 70b – p. 71b; Elsworth, p. 83b; Eltisley, p. 90b; Gamlingay, p. 100a; Grantchester, p. 113b; Graveley, p. 118b; Great Eversden, p. 122a; Hardwick, p. 127a; Harlton, p. 129a; Haslingfield, p. 136b; p. 137a; Knapwell, p. 161a; Little Eversden, p. 164a; Lolworth, p. 170b; Orwell, p. 188b; (23), p. 193b; Toft, p. 207a.
-, non-parliamentary: Hatley, p. 145b; (19), p. 152a; (20), p. 152a.

Enfield:
-, Augusta Elizabeth (Pearse), 1837, monument, Hatley (2), p. 147b.
-, Edward, 1818, monument, Hatley (2), p. 147b.

Engaine, arms of, see Armorial Index.

England, arms of, see Armorial Index and Royal Arms in churches.

Ensor, Anna, 1654, brass, Haslingfield (1), p. 139b (Pl. 22).

Ermine Street, p. 1a, p. 18a, p. 42b.

Ertman, Simon, 1658, monument and floor slab, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a.

Essex, James (1722–84), work attributed to, Madingley (2), p. 181a.

Eversden:
-, Mary, wife of William, 1726, Mary, their daughter, 1734, floor slab, Toft (1), p. 208a.
-, William, 1734, floor slab, Toft (1), p. 208a.
-, William, 1737, floor slab, Toft (1), p. 208a.

Eversden Wood, Kingston (18), p. 160a.

Eynesbury Hardwicke (Huntingdonshire), Croxton, p. 63a.

Ezekiel, figure of, Toft (1) (glass), p. 208a.

Farish, Elizabeth Hannah, 1814, floor slab, Comberton (1), p. 51b.

Farm Buildings, conversions to dwellings: Barrington (7), p. 9a; (10), p. 9a; Barton (5), p. 15a; (8), p. 15a.

Fawcett, W. M. (1832–1908): church restoration, Coton (1), p. 60a; Elsworth (1), p. 84a; Haslingfield (1), p. 137b; Knapwell (1), p. 161a; Longstowe (1), p. 173b.

Fendall, Rev. James, rectory built by, 1843, Harlton (1), p. 134b.

Ferrar, Erasmus, 1609, monument, Bourn (1), p. 21a (Pl. 91).

" John, inscription on lead, (? 1620), Bourn (1), p. 20b.

Field names:
-, Aycroft, Orwell (42), p. 195b.
-, Backend, Boxworth (18), p. 31b.
-, Batterborough, Tadlow (7), p. 206a.
-, Beacon, Lolworth (7), p. 172b.
-, Berrie Close, Gamlingay (60), p. 110b.
-, Brook: Barton (25), p. 17b; Caldecote (9), p. 33b; Great Eversden (22), p. 126a; Hardwick (7), p. 129a; Harlton (18), p. 135b.
-, Callow, Dry Drayton (14), p. 82b.
-, Camping Close, Orwell, p. 188b.
-, Canal Close, Croydon (15), p. 78a.
-, Church, Great Eversden (22), p. 126a.
-, Clint: Coton (15), p. 63a; Grantchester (24), p. 118a.
-, Comberton, Hardwick (7), p. 129a.
-, Crowcroft, Grantchester (24), p. 118a.
-, Dams, Caldecote (9), p. 33b.
-, Depden, Graveley (10), p. 121a.
-, Down: Boxworth (18), p. 31b; Conington (9), p. 59a; Coton (15), p. 63a.
-, East: Barrington (43), p. 11b; Gamlingay (63), p. 112b.
-, Easton, Eltisley (25), p. 98b.
-, Elsworth Way, Boxworth (18), p. 31b.
-, Fulbrook, Grantchester (24), p. 118a.
-, Great Cow Pasture, Tadlow (10), p. 207a.
-, Great Halls Close, Hardwick (7), p. 128b.
-, Harborough, Comberton (48), p. 55b.
-, High: Arrington (17), p. 4b; Graveley (10), p. 121a; Harlton (18), p. 135b; Haslingfield (37), p. 145a; Orwell (42), p. 195b; Wimpole (22), p. 226b.
-, Hill: Barton (25), p. 17b; Croxton (19), p. 71b; Orwell (42), p. 195b.
-, Huxleys Close, Hardwick (7), p. 128b.
-, Intercommon Furlong, Barton (25), p. 17b.
-, Little, Lolworth (7), p. 172b.
-, London Brook, Papworth Everard (8), p. 198b.
-, Long: Barton (25), p. 17b; Dry Drayton (14), p. 82b.
-, Low: Arrington (17), p. 4b; Harlton (18), p. 135b; Haslingfield (37), p. 145a; Kingston (20), p. 160b; Little Eversden (17), p. 167a; Wimpole (22), p. 228b.
-, Marsh, Conington (9), p. 59a.
-, Meadow, Croxton (19), p. 71b.
-, Middle: Barrington (43), p. 11b; Croydon (21), p. 79b; Eltisley (25), p. 98b; Gamlingay (63), p. 112b; Haslingfield (37), p. 145a; Kingston (20), p. 160b.
-, Mill: Caxton (25), p. 44a; Conington (9), p. 59a; Harlton (18), p. 135b; Lolworth (7), p. 172b.
-, Mill Hill, Caxton (20), p. 41b.
-, Moat Close, Comberton (47), p. 55a.
-, More: Coton (15), p. 63a; Madingley (11), p. 188a.
-, Nether Mill Hill, Caxton (20), p. 41b.
-, Newnham Crofts, Grantchester, p. 113a.
-, Nill, Graveley (10), p. 121a.
-, North: Boxworth (18), p. 31b; Comberton (48), p. 55b; Croydon (21), p. 79b; Madingley (11), p. 188a; Wimpole (22), p. 228b.
-, Nuns, Longstowe (14), p. 175b.
-, Oatlands, Orwell (42), p. 195b.
-, Old Mill Hill Furlong, Orwell (40), p. 195a.
-, Orchard Close, Tadlow (6), p. 205b.
-, Papley, Eltisley (25), p. 98b.
-, Quarriehill Furlong, Orwell, p. 189a.
-, Ridgeway, Grantchester (24), p. 118a.
-, River, Orwell (42), p. 195b.
-, Sand, Conington (9), p. 59a.
-, Smee, Conington (9), p. 59a.
-, South: Boxworth (18), p. 31b; Gamlingay (63), p. 112b.
-, South Brook, Papworth Everard (8), p. 198b.
-, Stallan, Comberton (48), p. 55b.
-, Stepshill, Conington (9), p. 59a.
-, Stone, Dry Drayton (14), p. 82b.
-, Stow, Caxton (25), p. 44a.
-, Stulpe, Grantchester (24), p. 118a.
-, Up, Coton (15), p. 63a.
-, West: Barrington (43), p. 11b; Boxworth (18), p. 31b; Comberton (48), p. 55b; Coton (15), p. 63a; Croydon (21), p. 79b; Graveley (10), p. 121a; Kingston (20), p. 160b; Madingley (11), p. 188a.
-, Whiteditch: Grantchester, p. 113a; (24), p. 118a.
-, Wood: Caldecote (9), p. 33b; Caxton (25), p. 44a; Great Eversden (22), p. 126a; Hardwick (7), p. 129a.
-, Wood Brook, Papworth Everard (8), p. 198b.

Field names:
-, Woodway, Croxton (19), p. 71b.

Finds, Mediaeval, including Saxon:
-, Miscellaneous finds: graves, Croydon (15), p. 78a; roofing tiles, bones, oyster shells, Harlton (16), p. 135a; cobbles, oyster shells, Longstowe (12), p. 175a; cobbles, tiles, ridge tiles, Tadlow (9), p. 207a; cobbles and building debris, Wimpole (21), p. 228a.
-, Pottery: Barton (23), p. 17a; Bourn (43), p. 27a, p. 27b; Boxworth (15), p. 30b; Caxton (19), p. 41a; (21), p. 41b; Childerley (2), p. 47b; (3), p. 47b; Croydon (15), p. 78b; (17), p. 78b; (20), p. 79b; Eltisley (21), p. 98a; (24), p. 98a; Gamlingay (60), p. 110b; Harlton (17), p. 135b; Hatley (15), p. 150a; (18), p. 150b; Knapwell (11), p. 163a; Little Eversden (16), p. 166b; Longstowe (12), p. 175a; Papworth Everard (8), p. 198a; Tadlow (6), p. 205b; (9), p. 207a; Toft (20), p. 210a; Wimpole (21), p. 228a.
-, See also Coins.

Fire:
-, Damage or destruction by: Comberton (29), p. 54a; Conington (1), p. 57b; Kingston (1), p. 153a.
-, Stonework discoloured by: Bourn (1), p. 19a; Caxton (1), p. 37a; Kingston (1), p. 153a.

Fireplaces, surrounds and overmantels:
-, 16th-century (clunch): Barrington (5), p. 9a; Bourn (2), p. 22b; Gamlingay (9), p. 105a; (24), p. 107a; Kingston (3), p. 156b; Madingley (2), p. 184a, p. 184b, p. 185b.
-, 17th-century: Barrington (17), p. 10a; Barton (2), p. 14b; Bourn (2), p. 22b (Pl. 56); Caxton (11), p. 39b; Croxton (2), p. 69a; Gamlingay (31), p. 107b (Pl. 85); Hatley (4), p. 149b; Kingston (12), p. 159a.
-, 18th-century: Caxton (8), p. 38a; (15), p. 41a; Childerley (1), p. 45a, p. 45b; Comberton (3), p. 52a; Croxton (2), p. 67b; Elsworth (3), p. 87a; Gamlingay (39), p. 108b; (42), p. 109a; Great Eversden (11), p. 125a; Kingston (7), p. 158a; Little Eversden (4), p. 165b; Madingley (2), p. 184b, p. 185a; Orwell (10), p. 192b; Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 200b, p. 201a; Wimpole (2), p. 216a, p. 220a (Pls. 142, 143), p. 220b; p. 221a.
-, 19th-century: Comberton (32), p. 54b; Croxton (2), p. 67b; Papworth Everard (2), p. 197b; Papworth St. Agnes (5), p. 201b; Wimpole (2), p. 222a.

Firs, The, former name, Great Eversden (10), p. 124b.

Fisher, John (1459–1535), Bishop of Rochester:
-, Enclosure of Clopton by, Croydon p. 71b; (15), p. 76b.
-, Executor to Lady Margaret Beaufort, Orwell (24), p. 194a.

Fitzjames, Richard, Warden of Merton, arms of, Gamlingay (1) (glass), p. 103a, see Armorial Index.

Flavel and Co., Leamington, see Metalworkers.

Flaxman, John, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Flitcroft, Henry (1697–1769):
-, Church rebuilt by, Wimpole (1), p. 212b, p. 213b; alterations to earlier house by, (2), p. 214b, p. 216a (Pl. 133).

Foley, Essex, wife of John Pedley, arms of, Gamlingay (42), p. 108b.

Follies, Gamlingay (41), p. 108b.

Font Covers:
-, 16th-century: Gamlingay (1), p. 102b.
-, 17th-century: Comberton (1), p. 51a (Pl. 17); Eltisley (1), p. 92a; Haslingfield (1), p. 139b.

Fonts: see Sectional Preface, p. xli – p. xlii.
-, 12th-century (bowls): Coton (1), p. 61b (Pl. 5); Croydon (1), p. 74b; Madingley (1), p. 178b (Pl. 5); Orwell (1), p. 191b.
-, 12th- or 13th-century (bowl): Arrington (1), p. 2b.
-, 13th-century: Barrington (1), p. 7b; Barton (1), p. 14a; Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Caxton (1), p. 36b; Comberton (1), p. 51a (Pl. 17); Croxton (1), p. 66a (Pl. 5); Eltisley (1), p. 92a; Gamlingay (1), p. 102b; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Kingston (1), p. 154a (Pl. 5); Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.
-, 13th- or 14th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21a; Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a; Madingley (1) (stem), p. 178b (Pl. 5).
-, 14th-century: Barrington (1) (stem), p. 7b; Barton (1) (stem), p. 14a; Haslingfield (1), p. 139b; Kingston (1) (stem), p. 154a (Pl. 5); Knapwell (1), p. 161b; Lolworth (1), p. 172a.
-, 15th-century: Toft (1), p. 207b.
-, Mediaeval: Arrington (1) (stem), p. 2b; Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Croxton (1) (stem), p. 66a (Pl. 5); Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Knapwell (1) (stem), p. 161b; Orwell (1) (stem), p. 191b.
-, 17th-century: Childerley (1), p. 46b.
-, 19th-century: Harlton (1), p. 132a.

Foot soldiers, Croxton (1) (scratching), p. 66b (Pl. 22).

Ford, James, name on stone plaque (1838), Graveley (6), p. 120b.

Fordham, John, Bishop of Ely (1388–1426), arms of, Grantchester (1), p. 114a, p. 114b, see Armorial Index.

Fox Inn, Bourn (18), p. 25b (Pl. 31).

France: Ancient, arms of, Wimpole (1) (glass), p. 213a, p. 213b, see Armorial Index.

Francis, manor of, Wimpole, p. 210b; (19), p. 225a.

Freman, Catharine, 1759, see Yorke.

French House, Wimpole (8), p. 224a.

Freville, Baldwin de, charter for market given to, Caxton, p. 35a.

Fryer: arms of, Harlton (1), p. 132b.
-, Henry, 1631, Thomas his father, 1623, Mary his mother, 1614, Bridget his step-mother, monument, Harlton (1), p. 132a (Frontispiece and Pl. 89).

'Full Moon Gate': Gamlingay (41), p. 108b; (61), p. 110b.

Fuller's Hill Farm, Little Gransden (13), p. 170a.

Gaffin, T. and E., see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Galicia, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Galleries:
-, In churches:
-,-, 17th-century: Graveley (1), p. 120a.
-,-, 18th-century: Conington (1), p. 57a; Wimpole (1), p. 213a.
-,-, 19th-century: Grantchester (1), p. 115a.
-,-, Incorporating mediaeval woodwork: Gamlingay (1), p. 102b.
-, In inns:
-,-, 17th-century: Caxton (11), p. 39b (Pl. 64).

Game, William, see Glaziers.

Gamlingay, p. 99a – p. 112b.

" Park, Gamlingay (61), p. 110b (Pls. 3, 28).

Gape: family, Croydon, p. 73a.
-, Thomas, Croydon (21), p. 79b.

Garden Remains: Croxton (18), p. 71a (Pl. 66); Eltisley (17), p. 97a; Gamlingay (61), p. 110b (Pls. 3, 28); Harlton (16), p. 135a; Hatley (13), p. 150a; Papworth St. Agnes (11), p. 202b.

Garden Walls: See Sectional Preface, p. lii.
-, 17th-century: Haslingfield (2), p. 141b.
-, 18th-century: Conington (2), p. 58a; Croxton (2), p. 69a; Madingley (2), p. 186b; Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 201b; Wimpole (2), p. 223a.
-, 19th-century: Comberton (32), p. 54b.

Garderobes: Grantchester (2), p. 116a; Kingston (3), p. 156a; (12), p. 158b; Madingley (2), p. 183a, p. 184b; Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 200b, p. 201a (Pl. 123).

Gardner:
-, Rev. Philip, D. D., 1826, Harriet his wife, 1822, monument, Conington (1), p. 57a.
-, Philip Thomas, 1838, monument, Conington (1), p. 57a.

Gates (entrance) and Gateways:
-, 15th-century, reset: Madingley (2), p. 186a.
-, 19th-century: Arrington (15), p. 4a; Wimpole (2), p. 223b.

Gates, wrought-iron: Orwell (30), p. 195b; Wimpole (2), p. 223b.

Geology, see Sectional Preface, p. xxix.

George, St.: arms of, see Armorial Index.
-, Figure of, Barton (1) (painting), p. 14a.

Gibbons, Grinling, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Gibbs, James (1682–1754): designer of Library, Wimpole (2), p. 215a, p. 221a; designer of chapel, Wimpole (2), p. 215b; designer of vases, Wimpole (2), p. 222a.

Gifford:
-, Michael, 1711, headstone, Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a.
-, —, 1749, floor slab, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Gilbert, of Cambridge, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Gill's Hill Farm, Bourn (15), p. 25b.

Gilrags Wood, Croydon (19), p. 79a.

Glass: see Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, 13th- or 14th-century: Coton (1), p. 61b.
-, 14th-century: Conington (1), p. 57a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Harlton (1), p. 123a; Haslingfield (1), p. 140a; Wimpole (1), p. 213a.
-, 15th-century: Barrington (1), p. 7b; Gamlingay (1), p. 102b; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Harlton (1), p. 132a; Haslingfield (1), p. 140a; Kingston (1), p. 154a; Wimpole (1), p. 213b.
-, Mediaeval: Bourn (1), p. 21a; Comberton (1), p. 51a; Conington (1), p. 57a; Coton (1), p. 61b; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Hatley (1), p. 146b; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Madingley (1), p. 178b; Orwell (1), p. 191b; Tadlow (1), p. 205a.
-, 16th-century: Barton (1), p. 14a; Gamlingay (1), p. 102b; Kingston (1), p. 154a; Madingley (1), p. 178b.
-, 17th-century: Gamlingay (1), p. 102b; Longstowe (1), p. 173b.
-, 18th- and 19th-century: Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a (Pl. 24); Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Toft (1), p. 208a; Wimpole (1), p. 213a.

Glaziers and Glass-painters:
-, Game, William, Madingley (2), p. 182a.
-, Peckitt, William, Wimpole (1), p. 213a.
-, Willement, Thomas, Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a (Pl. 24).

God the Father, invocation to, Grantchester (1) (bell), p. 115a.

Godfrey, John, probate inventory of, 1700, Orwell (7), p. 192b.

Golden Ball, Boxworth (9), p. 30b.

Golding, George, 1781, and Sarah his wife, 1798, monument, Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.

Goldsmiths and silversmiths:
-, Buttell, Thomas: Arrington (1), p. 2b; Barrington (1), p. 8a (Pl. 23); Comberton (1), p. 51b; Kingston (1), p. 155a; Knapwell (1), p. 161b; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Madingley (1), p. 179a; Tadlow (1), p. 205a.
-, 'Hound sejant': Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Maundy, Thomas: Knapwell (1), p. 161b.

Gotch, J. A. (1852–1942), alterations to house, Madingley (2), p. 181b.

Granaries: see Sectional Preface, p. liii – p. liv.
-, 16th-century: Orwell (6), p. 192a; Tadlow (5), p. 205a (Pl. 36).
-, 17th-century: Caxton (3), p. 37a; Croydon (3), p. 74b; Elsworth (23), p. 89a; Haslingfield (2), p. 141b; Little Eversden (5), p. 166a; Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 201a.
-, 18th-century: Arrington (6), p. 3a; Barton (9), p. 15b; Longstowe (8), p. 175a; Madingley (7), p. 187a; Orwell (13), p. 193a; Wimpole (14), p. 224b.
-, 19th-century: Haslingfield (22), p. 144a.

Grange Wood, Boxworth (16), p. 31a.

Gransden Lodge, Little Gransden (14), p. 170a.

Grantchester, p. 112b – p. 118a.

Graveley, p. 118b – p. 121b.

Graye (Graie), Christopher and Miles, see Bellfounders.

Great Common Farm, Bourn (2), p. 25b.

" Eversden, p. 121b – p. 126a.

Green Farm, Eltisley (3), p. 94a.

Greene, John, Rector, c. 1530, brass, Croxton (1), p. 66a.

Greening, Robert, of Brentford, landscaping by, Wimpole (2), p. 216b.

Green's Manor, formerly Merke's Manor, Comberton (46), p. 54b.

Greens, Village (existing and former): Barrington, p. 5a (Pl. 41); Boxworth, p. 28a; Comberton (29), p. 54a; Croxton, p. 63b; (7), p. 70b; Croydon, p. 73a; Elsworth, p. 89b; Gamlingay, p. 99b; Graveley, p. 118b; Hardwick, p. 126b; Haslingfield, p. 136b; Hatley (18), p. 150b; Kingston, p. 152b; Lolworth, p. 170b; Orwell, p. 188b.

Grendon, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Grocers' Company, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Grove, Anne (Stewkeley), 1707, floor slab, Madingley (1), p. 179a.

Guild Halls, see Sectional Preface, p. liv.

Gunel, Henry, scratching, 1615, Madingley (2), p. 183a.

Gyles, Constance (Constantia), 1663/4, daughter of Thomas Bendyshe, monument and floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.

Gyssyng, Thomas and Agnes de, advowson held by, Kingston (3), p. 155b.

Ha(d)e, John, scratching, Haslingfield (1), p. 140b.

Hagar:
-, Frances, 171(5), wife of John, floor slab, Bourn (1), p. 21a.
-, Frances, 1727, daughter of John, floor slab, Bourn (1), p. 21a.
-, (John), (1706), floor slab, Bourn (1), p. 21a.
-, John and Frances, initials of, Bourn (2), p. 22a.
-, Robert, 1710, floor slab, Bourn (1), p. 21a.

Haggerston, John, 1813, and Elizabeth his wife, 1829, table-tomb, Toft (1), p. 207b.

Hall Farm, Bourn (3), p. 23b.

" Well, Great Eversden, p. 121b.

Hardwick, p. 126b – p. 129a.

" Arms, Gamlingay (28), p. 107b.

Hardwicke, Earls of: see also Yorke.
-, 1st Earl, Philip, arms of, Wimpole (1), p. 213a; (2), p. 218a; 1764, and his wife, Margaret (Cocks), 1761, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 213b (Pl. 127); acquired estate in 1740, Wimpole (2), p. 214b; rebuilt church in 1749, Wimpole (1), p. 213b.
-, 2nd Earl, Philip, 1790, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, 3rd Earl, Philip, 1834, and his wife, Elizabeth (Balcarres), monument, Wimpole (1), p. 214a; patron of Sir John Soane, Wimpole (2), p. 217a.
-, 4th Earl, Charles Philip, succeeded 1834, Wimpole (2), p. 218a.
-, Susan, 4th Countess, donor of almshouses, Arrington (8), p. 3b.

Hardwicke Arms, Arrington (1), p. 3b.

Hare, Benjamin, see Mapmakers.

Harley, Lord Edward, married in 1713 to Henrietta, daughter of the Duke of Newcastle, Wimpole (2), p. 215a. See Oxford and Mortimer, Earls of.

Harlton, p. 129a – p. 135b.

Haslingfield, p. 136a – p. 145a.

" Hall: Haslingfield (2), p. 140b (Pls. 28, 100); (34), p. 144a; fittings removed from, Bourn (2), p. 22a (Pl. 56).

Haslop, Andrew, 1692, Jane his daughter, 1696, headstone, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Hatchments: Barrington (1), p. 7b; Bourn (1), Swedish, p. 21b (Pl. 20).

Hatley, p. 71b, p. 145a – 152a.

" East, p. 145a – p. 146b.

" Park, Hatley (3), p. 148a.

" St. George, p. 145a – p. 152a.

" Wilds, Hatley (12), p. 150a.

Hatley, Richard, 1707, Mary his wife, 1699, table-tomb, Coton (1), p. 62a.

Hatton, Sir Thomas, of Hunstanton, father of Harriet Gardner, Conington (1), p. 57a.

Hatton Garden, reredos from chapel in, Gamlingay (6), p. 104a (Pl. 136).

Haulsey, William, see Bellfounders.

Haward, Robart, scratching, 1542, Haslingfield (1), p. 140b.

Hawks' Farm, Comberton (16), p. 53a.

Hayes:
-, Rev. Daniel, 1704, floor slab, Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199b.
-, Rev. William, 1673, floor slab, Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199b.

Hayley Lane, Hatley (18), p. 150b.

" Wood, Little Gransden, p. 167a.

Headby, Henry, 1741, floor slab, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Heading's Farm, Bourn (17), p. 25b.

Heathcote, Elizabeth, see Holworthy.

Heaton:
-, Martin, Bishop of Ely (1600–09), Childerley (1), p. 44b.
-, Rev. Peter, 1824, monument, Little Eversden (1), p. 165a.

Helynge (Lincolnshire), scratching, Hardwick (1), p. 128a.

Henry VI, King, figure of, Toft (1), p. 208b (Pl. 13).

" VIII, King, initial of, Madingley (2), p. 179b.

Henson, Mary, 1719, floor slab, Caxton (1), p. 36b.

Heraldry, see Armorial Index.

Herstmonceux (Sussex), 17th-century chimney-piece moved to, Madingley (2), p. 184b.

Highfields, Caldecote, p. 31b.

Hill Farm, Croxton (10), p. 70b.

" " Papworth St. Agnes (8), p. 202a.

" Plantation, Barrington (43), p. 11b.

Hirst,
-, Rev. Thomas, 1791, his first wife Bridget, 1762, and their son Thomas, 1761, monument and floor slab, Boxworth (1), p. 29b.

Histon:
-, Church of St. Andrew, stonework moved to, Madingley (2), p. 179b.
-, Church of St. Etheldreda: font possibly from, Madingley (1), p. 178b; roof said to be from, incorrectly, Madingley (2), p. 179b.
-, Manor, urns brought from, Madingley (2), p. 186b.

Hoback Farm, Wimpole (13), p. 224b.

Hobbledods, manor of, Tadlow (7), p. 206a.

Holben:
-, Mary, wife of Sanders Holben, 1814, floor slab, Barton (1), p. 14a.
-, Mary, 1838, floor slab, Barton (1), p. 14a.
-, Sanders, 1787, and John, 1815, floor slab, Barton (1), p. 14a.

Holder:
-, Thom(as), (1705), floor slab, Comberton (1), p. 51b.
-, Thomas, 1775, table-tomb, Toft (1), p. 207b.

Holland, arms of, formerly existing, Orwell (1), p. 191a.

Holles:
-, Henrietta, married to Lord Harley, 1713, Wimpole (2), p. 215a.
-, John, see Newcastle, Dukes of.
-, Thomas, see Newcastle, Dukes of.

Hollingworth, Elizabeth (Spilsbury), 1820, monument, Grantchester (1), p. 115a.

Holpotts, Croydon (9), p. 75a.

Holworthy:
-, Elizabeth, reredos given by, between 1745 and 1749, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Matthew, 1728, Elizabeth his wife, 1749, and their children including Elizabeth (Heathcote), 1726, monument, Elsworth (1), p. 85b.
-, Rev. Matthew, 1826, Ann his wife, 1833, and their children including Rev. Matthew, 1836, and Rev. William Henry, 1838, monument, Elsworth (1), p. 85b.

Home Farm, former Greyhound Inn, Bourn (7), p. 24a.

" " Caxton (12), p. 39b.

Horne:
-, Manor of, Orwell (24), p. 194a.
-, William (d. 1469), probable builder of house, Orwell (24), p. 194a.

Hospital of St. Mary of Stowe, Longstowe (14), p. 175b.

'Hound sejant', see Goldsmiths and Silversmiths.

Houses: classification of, see Sectional Preface, p. xlvi – p. li; alteration and conversion of, see Sectional Preface, p. li.

Houses: Mediaeval and notable:
-, Class A:
-,-, 13th- and 14th-century: Barrington (17), p. 9b (Pl. 46); Bourn (8), p. 24a (Pl. 47); Kingston (3), p. 155a (Pl. 101).
-, Class B:
-,-, Mediaeval: Barrington (5), p. 8b (Pl. 46); Comberton (2), p. 52a (Pl. 60); Croxton (6), p. 69b (Pl. 80); Gamlingay (7), p. 104b (Pl. 86); Kingston (4), p. 156b; (12), p. 158b (Pls. 29, 100); Madingley (3), p. 186b (Pl. 107); Orwell (24), p. 193b.
-, Class C:
-,-, Mediaeval: Barrington (20), p. 10b (Pl. 36).
-, Class D:
-,-, Mediaeval: Coton (8), p. 62b; Eltisley (5), p. 94a; (9), p. 95a (Pl. 98); Longstowe (3), p. 174b; Orwell (10), p. 192b.
-,-, 16th- or 17th-century: Gamlingay (9), p. 105a; Haslingfield (6), p. 142a (Pl. 98).
-, Class H:
-,-, 16th- and 17th-century: Eltisley (3), p. 94a; Gamlingay (4), p. 104a (Pl. 76); (23), p. 107a (Pl. 87); Great Eversden (11), p. 124b; (16), p. 125a; Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 199b (Pl. 122).
-, Class I:
-,-, 17th-century: Bourn (11), p. 25a (Pl. 33); Dry Drayton (7), p. 82a; Gamlingay (34), p. 108a; (38), p. 108b; Grantchester (6), p. 117a.
-,-, 18th-century: Gamlingay (48), p. 110a.
-,-, 19th-century: Coton (9), p. 62b (Pl. 32); Gamlingay (43), p. 109b.
-, Class J:
-,-, 16th-century: Comberton (10), p. 52b.
-,-, 17th-century: Caxton (9), p. 38b; Comberton (28), p. 54a (Pl. 61); Elsworth (7), p. 87b (Pl. 79); (10), p. 87b; (20), p. 88b; Gamlingay (40), p. 108b (Pl. 30); Haslingfield (3), p. 141b; Longstowe (7), p. 174b; Madingley (6), p. 187a; Orwell (8), p. 192b; Toft (6), p. 209a (Pl. 107); (10), p. 210a (Pl. 87).
-,-, 18th-century: Gamlingay (36), p. 108a (Pl. 30).
-, Class K:
-,-, 17th-century: Caxton (5), p. 37a; Elsworth (4), p. 87a (Pl. 79); Little Gransden (2), p. 169b.
-, Class L:
-,-, 17th-century: Coton (4), p. 62a; Elsworth (21), p. 88b; Gamlingay (12), p. 105b; Toft (12), p. 210a.
-,-, 18th-century: Boxworth (7), p. 30a; Caxton (14), p. 39b; Gamlingay (13), p. 105b.
-,-, 19th-century: Orwell (2), p. 192a.
-, Class S:
-,-, 17th-century: Orwell (11), p. 192b.
-, Class T:
-,-, 18th-century: Barrington (5), p. 8b; (15), p. 9b; Grantchester (9), p. 117b.
-,-, 19th-century: Comberton (9), p. 52b; (19), p. 53a.
-, Class U:
-,-, 17th-century: Barrington (6), p. 9a; Harlton (2), p. 134a; Wimpole (2), p. 214a.
-,-, 18th-century: Boxworth (6), p. 30a; Comberton (3), p. 52a (Pl. 106).
-,-, 19th-century: Barrington (9), p. 9a; (18), p. 10b; (24), p. 11a (Pl. 44); Caldecote (5), p. 33a (Pl. 32); Croxton (7), p. 70a; Elsworth (8), p. 87b.
-, Unclassified:
-,-, Mediaeval: Barton (9), p. 15b; Comberton (16), p. 53a; Croxton (4), p. 69a; Eltisley (7), p. 94b; Kingston (8), p. 158a.
-,-, 15th- and 16th-century: Caldecote (2), p. 33a; (3), p. 33a; Caxton (3), p. 37a; (11), p. 38b (Pl. 64); Childerley (1), p. 44b; Croxton (3), p. 69a (Pl. 99); Elsworth (16), p. 88a (Pl. 78); Gamlingay (27), p. 107a; Grantchester (2), p. 115b; Great Eversden (3), p. 123a (Pl. 99); Haslingfield (2), p. 140b (Pls. 28, 100); Kingston (5), p. 157a; Little Eversden (5), p. 165b; Madingley (2), p. 179a; Orwell (17), p. 193a (Pl. 86).
-,-, 17th-century: Barrington (12), p. 9a; (13), p. 9b; Bourn (2), p. 21b (Pl. 58); (6), p. 23b (Pl. 78); (19), p. 25b; Caldecote (4), p. 33a; Caxton (8), p. 37b; (11), p. 38b (Pl. 64); Comberton (30), p. 54a; (32), p. 54b (Pl. 26); Croydon (7), p. 75a (Pl. 120); Elsworth (3), p. 86b; (5), p. 87b (Pl. 36); Eltisley (2), p. 92b (Pl. 77); Gamlingay (18), p. 105b (Pl. 87); (30), p. 107b; (31), p. 107b; Grantchester (4), p. 117a; Hatley (3), p. 148a; Little Gransden (12), p. 170a (Pl. 30); Longstowe (2), p. 174a.
-,-, 18th-century: Comberton (31), p. 54b; Conington (2), p. 57b; Croxton (2), p. 67a (Pls. 66, 67); (8), p. 70b; Elsworth (12), p. 87b; Gamlingay (35), p. 108a (Pl. 30); (42), p. 108b (Pl. 106).
-,-, 19th-century: Bourn (20), p. 25b; Elsworth (22), p. 88b (Pl. 31); Papworth Everard (2), p. 197a.
-, Cottages, Orné in Tudoresque style:
-,-, 19th-century: Barrington (19), p. 10b; Conington (3), p. 58b (Pl. 35); Orwell (19), p. 193b (Pl. 33); (23), p. 193b.
-, Parsonage Houses, Rectories and Vicarages: see Sectional Preface, p. lv.
-,-, Mediaeval and 16th-century: Caldecote (3), p. 33a; Comberton (2), p. 52a (Pl. 60); Wimpole (3), p. 223b.
-,-, 18th-century: Little Eversden (4), p. 165b.
-,-, 19th-century: Barrington (9), p. 9a; Conington (7), p. 58b; Coton (6), p. 62b (Pl. 32); Croxton (9), p. 70b; Croydon (2), p. 74b; Gamlingay (16), p. 105b; Grantchester (12), p. 117b; Harlton (7), p. 134b; Longstowe (4), p. 174b; Papworth St. Agnes (5), p. 201b; Tadlow (2), p. 205a; Toft (2), p. 208b.

Howard, arms of, Hatley (1), p. 146b (Pl. 126).

Howes, Rev. Thomas, 1743, floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66b.

Hubert, St., figure of (?), Toft (1), p. 208b (Pl. 13).

Hume, of Midlothian, mill designed by, Wimpole (17), p. 224b.

Humfrey, Charles, 1796, Elizabeth his wife, 1819, monument, Lolworth (1), p. 172a.

Hunt, William, 1775, Mary his wife, 1756, floor slab, Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Hustwait:
-, Edward, and Mary his wife, c. 1800, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.
-, John, 1752, and Katharine, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.

Hutton, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Hylton (?), Sir James, scratching, late mediaeval, Harlton (1), p. 133a.

Hynde: arms of, see Armorial Index.
-, Anthon(ie), 1589, scratching, Madingley (2), p. 184a.
-, Sir Edward (d. 1633), inheritor of estate, Madingley (2), p. 181a.
-, Sir Francis (d. 1596), builder of N. range of Hall, Madingley (2), p. 179b.
-, Jane, 1692, see Cotton.
-, Sir John (d. 1550): builder of Hall, Madingley, p. 176b; initials on Hall, Madingley (2), p. 181b; arms of, Madingley (2), p. 185b (Pl. 119); owner of Anglesey Abbey, Madingley, p. 179b.
-, Ursula, wife of Sir John, initials on Hall, Madingley (2), p. 181b.
-, Sir William (d. 1605), inheritor of Hall, Madingley (2), p. 181a.

Hypocaust, Roman, Comberton (49), p. 55b.

Icehouses: Croxton (2), p. 69a; Dry Drayton (2), p. 82a; Madingley (2), p. 185b.

Incorporated Church Building Society, Harlton (1), p. 131b.

Industrial Buildings:
-, 17th- and 18th-century: Gamlingay (19), p. 106a; Little Eversden (7), p. 166b.

Inns: see Sectional Preface, p. liv.
-, Bull Inn, Gamlingay (11), p. 105a; Chequers, Hardwick (5), p. 128b; Cock Inn, Gamlingay (24), p. 107a; Crown House (former), Caxton (11), p. 38b (Pl. 64); Fox, Bourn (18), p. 25b (Pl. 31); Fox (former), Great Eversden (13), p. 125a; George (former), Caxton (8), p. 37b (Pl. 59); George, Hatley (5), p. 149b; Golden Ball, Boxworth (9), p. 30b; Golden Lion (former), Longstowe (9), p. 175a; Green Man, Grantchester (5), p. 117a; Greyhound (former), Bourn (7), p. 24a; Hardwick Arms, Gamlingay (28), p. 107b; House (former), Bourn (5), p. 23b; House (former), Comberton (25), p. 53b; House (former), Haslingfield (6), p. 142a (Pl. 98); Leeds Arms, Eltisley (8), p. 95a; New (former), Knapwell (7), p. 163a; Red House, Longstowe (9), p. 175a; Red Lion (former), Caxton (6), p. 37a (Pl. 31); Royal Oak, Barrington (20), p. 10b (Pls. 9, 36); Two Pots (former), Boxworth (11), p. 30b; White Swan, Conington (4), p. 58b.

Iron Age, Early, settlement, Barrington, p. 5b.

Ironfounders: see Metalworkers.

Ironwork: see, Balustrades, Columns, Communion Rails, Cooking ranges and grates, Door furniture, Gates, Overthrows.

Jacob, John, 1st Bart., almshouses erected by, 1665, and arms of, Gamlingay (20), p. 106b.

Jakes, manor of, Grantchester (2), p. 115b.

James, St., the Great, figure of, Madingley (1) (painting), p. 179a.

Jegon, arms of, Grantchester (1) (pulpit), p. 115b.

Jermin, Elizabeth (Bury), 1685, wife of Francis, floor slab, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.

Jerusalem, depicted on glass-painting, Madingley (1), p. 178b.

Jesus College Farm: Eltisley (6), p. 94b; (21), p. 97b.

John, St., the Baptist:
-, figure of, Barton (1) (wall-painting), p. 14a; Madingley (1) (glass), p. 178b.

John, St., the Evangelist:
-, figure of, Madingley (1) (painting), p. 179a; Orwell (1) (carving), p. 191b.
-, figure of, with St. Mary, Kingston (1) (wall-painting), p. 154b; Madingley (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Johnson, Agneta, 1820, see Yorke.

Jude, William, 1749, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.

Katharine (Parr), Queen, initials of, Madingley (2), p. 179b.

Kebyll, see Bellfounders and Armorial Index.

Keck, Basil Anthony, 1815, monument, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Keene, Richard, see Bellfounders.

Kemp, Dorothie, 1644, see Chicheley.

Kendall:
-, H. E. (1776–1875): almshouses built by, Arrington (8), p. 3b (Pl. 45); stables, lodges, extensions to house, Wimpole (2), p. 218a, p. 223b.
-, Margaret, chantry set up by, Orwell (1), p. 191a.

Kett, builder, Caldecote (1), p. 32a.

Kidd, Rev. Thomas, 1850, Elizabeth his wife, Georgina their daughter, 1836, monument and memorial plate, Croxton (1), p. 66a, p. 67a.

Killingworth, Rev. John, 1667, brass, Boxworth (1), p. 29b.

King, Elizabeth, 1697, see Leeds.

Kingston, p. 152b – p. 160b.

" Pastures Farm, Kingston (13), p. 159b.

" Wood Farm, Kingston, p. 153a; (12), p. 158b (Pls. 9, 29, 100); (17), p. 159b; (20), p. 160b.

Knapwell, p. 160b – p. 163b.

" Wood Farm, Knapwell (6), p. 161b.

Knight, Rev. William, 1623, brass, Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.

Lacies Farm, Grantchester (11), p. 117b.

Laing, David, survey by, Wimpole (2), p. 217a (Pl. 133).

Lancaster, 3rd Earl of, Maud his daughter, Wimpole (1), p. 213b.

Landscape Gardeners, see: Bridgeman, Brown, Eames, Greening, Repton, Shenstone.

Landscape Gardening:
-, 17th-century: Bourn (2), p. 23b; Longstowe (15), p. 175b.
-, 18th-century: Madingley (2), p. 181a; Wimpole (2), p. 215b.
-, 19th-century: Bourn (2), p. 23b; Croxton (2), p. 69a; Wimpole (2), p. 217b.

Lane:
-, Elizabeth, 1717, monument, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.
-, Ralph, 1732, Elizabeth his wife, 1754, monument, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a (Pl. 90).

Langdon, T., see Mapmakers.

Last Supper, see Christ.

Law, James, 1846, Hannah his wife, 1840, floor slab, Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Lazarus, Raising of, painting, Lolworth (1), p. 172a.

le Rous, family of, Croydon (20), p. 79b.

Leadwork, notable:
-, 17th-century: Bourn (1), p. 20b.
-, 18th-century: Barrington (1), p. 8b; Bourn (2), p. 22b; Comberton (32), p. 54b; Conington (1), p. 57b; Croxton (2), p. 67b; Gamlingay (32), p. 108a; Hatley (3), p. 149a.
-, 19th-century: Bourn (2), p. 22b.

Lee, Rev. John, 1778, floor slab, Kingston (1), p. 154b.

Leeds: arms of, Croxton (1), p. 65b; family, Eltisley, p. 90b.
-, Anthony, 1676, floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, Dr. Edward, 1589, table-tomb, Croxton (1), p. 66a (Pl. 82); brass, Croxton (1), p. 66a; house built by, Croxton (2), p. 67a.
-, Edward, 1679, and Martha his wife, 1672, monument, Croxton (1), p. 66a.
-, Edward, 1704, floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, Edward, 1803, floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66b; house rebuilt by, Croxton (2), p. 67a.
-, Elizabeth (King), 1697, floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, Elizabeth, 1812, monument, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, Sir George William, husband of Maria, monument, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, Rev. John, 1704, monument, Croxton (1), p. 66a.
-, Joseph, 1808, floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, Maria, 1817, monument, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, William, 1690, floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66b; erected monument in 1683, Croxton (1), p. 66a.

Leeds Arms, Eltisley (8), p. 95a.

Leijell (Leyell):
-, Catherine, married 4th Earl De La Warr, Bourn (2), p. 22a.
-, Henry, 1803, monument, Bourn (1), p. 21a (Pl. 20).

Lewes, Priory of, church belonging to, Caxton (1), p. 35b.

Lily Farm, Caldecote (4), p. 33a.

Lisle, arms of, see Armorial Index.
-, Thomas de, Bishop of Ely (1345–61), consecrated church, Haslingfield (1), p. 137b.

Little Eversden, p. 164a – p. 167a.

" Gransden, p. 167a – p. 170b; door said to be from, Eltisley (2), p. 93b.

" Wellesworth, village known as, Knapwell, p. 161a.

Lockers:
-, Mediaeval: Barton (1), p. 14a; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a (for banner staves); Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Lolworth, p. 170b – p. 172b.

" Grange, Lolworth (6), p. 172b.

Long Lane, Hatley (18), p. 150b.

" " Farm, Hatley (10), p. 150a.

" Row, Boxworth (8), p. 30a (Pl. 34).

Longstowe, p. 173a – p. 176a.

" Hall: Longstowe (2), p. 174a; (15), p. 175b.

Lord's Spring, Dry Drayton, p. 80b.

Lordship, name on map of c. 1680, Orwell, p. 188a (Pl. 113).

Lot Way, Toft, p. 207a.

Louvres:
-, Mediaeval: Barton (9), p. 15b; Croxton (4), p. 69b; Little Eversden (5), p. 166a.

Love, Rev. William, 1836, monument, Croydon (1), p. 74b.

Lovell, (?) arms of, formerly in glass, Orwell (1), p. 191a.

Low Farm: Croydon (12), p. 75b; Elsworth (16), p. 88a (Pls. 37, 78).

Lower Farm, Longstowe (8), p. 175a.

Luck, Charlotte Eleanora, c. 1800, monument, Longstowe (1), p. 173b.

Lunn:
-, Rev. Edward, 1791, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Thomas, 1749, Elizabeth his wife, 1793, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Rev. William, 1746, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.
-, Rev. William, 1769, Cornelia (Disbrowe) his wife, 1775, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.
-, William, 1828, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.

Lygon, Elizabeth, see Yorke.

Lynchets, Barrington (43), p. 11b.

Lyng: arms of, see Armorial Index.
-, Anna, 1586, monument, Barrington (1), p. 7b.

Lyttelton, Lord George of Hagley Park, Wimpole (2), p. 216b.

Madingley, p. 176a – p. 188a.

" Hall: Madingley (2), p. 179a – p. 186b (Pls. 110, 111); referred to, Kingston (12), p. 158b; Madingley, p. 176b.

" Manor, Madingley (3), p. 186b (Pl. 107).

" Wood, Madingley (9), p. 187b.

Mainstone, see Meadston.

Malketon, manor of, Orwell (24), p. 193b.

Mallory: arms of, see Armorial Index.
-, Sir Henry, Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 199b.
-, William, Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 199b.

Malton, former village of, Orwell, p. 188b.

" Farm, Orwell (24), p. 193b; (41), p. 195a.

Mandel, William, 1822, monument, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Manningham, Harriet, see Yorke.

Manny, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Manor Farm: Bourn (8), p. 24a (Pl. 47); Caldecote (2), p. 33a; Comberton (30), p. 54a; Coton (3), p. 62a; Croxton (3), p. 69a (Pl. 99); Eltisley (5), p. 94a; (19), p. 97b; Grantchester (1), p. 114a; (2), p. 115b; Great Eversden (11), p. 124b; (21), p. 126a; Harlton (2), p. 134a; Hatley (6), p. 149b; (16), p. 150b; Knapwell (4), p. 161b; Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 199b (Pl. 122); (9), p. 202a.

Manor House: Croxton (6), p. 69b (Pl. 80); Elsworth (3), p. 86b.

" " Farm, Boxworth (4), p. 30a.

Manses: Elsworth (2), p. 86b; Gamlingay (36), p. 108a (Pl. 30); Great Eversden (2), p. 123a.

Mapmakers: see also Landscape Gardeners.
-, Hare, Benjamin, Wimpole (2), p. 214b (Pl. 121).
-, Langdon, T., Gamlingay, p. 99b; (63), p. 112b (Pl. 29); Hatley (3), p. 148a.
-, Skinner, Grantchester, p. 113a.
-, Wing, T., Croydon (11) and (12), p. 75b.

Mare Way, Kingston, p. 152b.

Markets:
-, Mediaeval: Caxton, p. 35a; Croydon, p. 71b.

Marshall: arms of, Wimpole (1), p. 213a.
-, Rev. Edward, 1625, brass, Wimpole (1), p. 213a; initials on Rectory, Wimpole (2), p. 223b.
-, Elizabeth, see Disbrowe.
-, Matthew, 1640, brass, Eltisley (1), p. 92a.

Marshall's Farm, Conington (5), p. 58b.

Martin:
-, John and Margaret, brass, c. 1593, Barton (1), p. 13b.
-, J(ohn) L(etch), donor of plate, 1833, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.
-, Mary Ann Elizabeth, 1842, floor slab, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.
-, Silvester, 1676, floor slab, Orwell (1), p. 191b.
-, Rev. William, builder of vicarage, 1850–1, Grantchester (12), p. 117b.

Martine, Mathyas, 1613, floor slab, Barton (1), p. 14a.

Mary Magdalene, St.:
-, Figure representing: Madingley (1) (glass), p. 178b.

Mary the Virgin, St.:
-, Bells dedicated to: Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Conington (1), p. 56b; Coton (1), p. 61a; Kingston (1), p. 154a.
-, Figures representing: Barton (1) (painting), p. 14a; Bourn (1) (wood-carving), p. 21b; Croxton (1) (wood-carving), p. 66a; Harlton (1) (clunch), p. 132a; Madingley (1) (glass), p. 178b; Wimpole (1) (brass), p. 213a; with St. John: Kingston (1) (painting), p. 154b; Madingley (1) (glass), p. 178b; with St. Michael: Barton (1) (painting), p. 14a.
-, Scenes from the life of: Annunciation: Barton (1) (painting), p. 14a.

Mason, Rev. Charles, 1770, floor slab, Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Matcham, Catharine, see Bendyshe.

Maundy, Thomas, see Goldsmiths and Silversmiths.

Maypole, site of, Harlton, p. 129a.

Mayso, Charlotte Francis A. A., 1843, floor slab, Knapwell (1), p. 161b.

Mazes:
-, Tiled: Bourn (1), p. 21a.
-, Turf-cut: Comberton, p. 48b.

Meadow Farm: Croxton (11), p. 70b; Elsworth (9), p. 87b.

Meadston (Mainstone), William, 1683, floor slab, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; of Woodbury, Gamlingay (1), p. 101a; pulpit given by, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; repair of almshouses by, Gamlingay (21), p. 106b; reredos given by, Gamlingay (6), p. 104b.

Mehew, Sarah (Brown), 1816, monument, Graveley (1), p. 120a.

Merton, arms of, see Armorial Index.

" College, Oxford: estates at Gamlingay, Gamlingay, p. 99b; (1), Patrons, p. 100b; (59), p. 110a; (60), p. 110b.

" Grange, Gamlingay (49), p. 110a.

" Manor Farm: Gamlingay (4), p. 104a (Pl. 76); (59), p. 110a.

Mesolithic flints, Gamlingay (60), p. 110b.

Messynden, Marmaduke of Helynge (Lincs.), scratching, 16th-century, Hardwick (1), p. 128a.

Metalworkers: see also Goldsmiths and Silversmiths.
-, Beales and Co., Cambridge, ironfounders, Longstowe (4), p. 174b.
-, Bickley and Lardner, London, ironfounders, Wimpole (2), p. 220b.
-, Dean, Robert, pewterer, Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-, Dixon, James, Britannia Metal worker, Boxworth (1), p. 30a.
-, Flavel and Co., Leamington, ironfounder, Longstowe (4), p. 174b.

Michael, St.; figure of: Barton (1) (painting), p. 14a; Croxton (1) (carving), p. 67a.

Middle Farm: Longstowe (6), p. 174b; (15), p. 175b; Madingley (7), p. 187a.

Middleton, William (d. 1613), Hardwick (1), p. 128a.

Milestones: Arrington (2), p. 3a; (3), p. 3a; Gamlingay (46), p. 109b; Madingley (5), p. 187a.

Mill Hill, Eltisley (23), p. 98a.

" House: Eltisley (10), p. 95b; Pebmarsh (Essex), staircase removed to, Elsworth (3), p. 87a.

Miller, Sanderson (1717–1780): alterations in Library by, Wimpole (2), p. 216b; Gothic Tower designed by, Wimpole (2), p. 216b, p. 223a.

Mills: see Sectional Preface, p. liv.
-, Water-driven:
-,-, Wimpole (17), p. 224b.
-, Wind-driven:
-,-, 17th-century: Bourn (22), p. 25b (Pl. 57).
-,-, 19th-century: Arrington (5), p. 3a; Barrington (25), p. 11a (Pl. 27); Elsworth (26), p. 89a; Gamlingay (50), p. 110a.
-,-, Sites of: Caxton (20), p. 41b; Eltisley (23), p. 98; Orwell (40), p. 195a.

Milner:
-, Elizabeth Mary, 1844, wife of George, floor slab, Comberton (1), p. 51b.
-, George, 1795, floor slab, Comberton (1), p. 51b.
-, George, 1825, floor slab, Comberton (1), p. 51b.

Milner:
-, Sarah, 181(?), floor slab, Comberton (1), p. 51b.

Misericords: Gamlingay (1), p. 103b; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Orwell (1), p. 192a.

Moat Orchard, Harlton (14), p. 135a.

Moats, see Sectional Preface, p. lxi – p. lxvi, for classified list of moated sites.

Moats, The, Caxton (19), p. 40, p. 41a (Pls. 2, 3).

Money Hill, Haslingfield (36), p. 144b.

Montfort, Simon de, revolt by followers of, Bourn, p. 17b.

Monuments, Funeral, see Sectional Preface, p. xlii – p. xliii.
-, Altar and Table-tombs:
-,-, 15th-century: Grantchester (1), p. 115a.
-,-, 16th-century: Croxton (1), p. 66a (Pl. 82).
-,-, 17th-century: Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-,-, 18th-century: Coton (1), p. 62a; Toft (1), p. 207b.
-,-, 19th-century: Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a; Toft (1), p. 207b.
-, Floor Slabs:
-,-, Mediaeval: Barrington (1), p. 8a; Comberton (1), p. 51b; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Tadlow (1), p. 205a.
-,-, 17th-century: Barrington (1), p. 8a; Barton (1), p. 14a; Bourn (1), p. 21a; Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Caxton (1), p. 36b; Conington (1), p. 57b; Croxton (1), p. 66b; Elsworth (1), p. 86a; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Haslingfield (1), p. 140a; Hatley (1), p. 146b; Kingston (1), p. 154a; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Madingley (1), p. 179a; Orwell (1), p. 191b; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199b; Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-,-, 18th-century: Arrington (1), p. 2b; Barrington (1), p. 8a; Barton (1), p. 14a; Bourn (1), p. 21a; Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Caxton (1), p. 36b; Comberton (1), p. 51b; Conington (1), p. 57b; Croxton (1), p. 66b; Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a; Elsworth (1), p. 86a; Eltisley (1), p. 92b; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Haslingfield (1), p. 140b; Hatley (2), p. 147b; Kingston (1), p. 154b; Knapwell (1), p. 161b; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Madingley (1), p. 179a; Orwell (1), p. 191b; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199b; Toft (1), p. 208a.
-,-, 19th-century: Barrington (1), p. 8a; Barton (1), p. 14a; Bourn (1), p. 21a; Comberton (1), p. 51b; Croxton (1), p. 66b; Elsworth (1), p. 86a; Eltisley (1), p. 92b; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Harlton (1), p. 132b; Knapwell (1), p. 161b; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Orwell (1), p. 191b; Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Headstones:
-,-, 17th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21a; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a.
-,-, 18th-century: Barrington (1), p. 8a (Pl. 15); Barton (1), p. 14a; Bourn (1), p. 21a; Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Caxton (1), p. 36b; Conington (1), p. 57b (Pl. 15); Coton (1), p. 62a; Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a; Eltisley (1), p. 92b; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Harlton (1), p. 132b; Haslingfield (1), p. 140a; Kingston (1), p. 154a; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199b; Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Tomb-recess:
-,-, 14th-century: Eltisley (1), p. 92b.
-, Wall monuments and Tablets:
-,-, 16th-century: Barrington (1), p. 7b.
-,-, 17th-century: Barrington (1), p. 7b; Bourn (1), p. 21a (Pl. 91); Conington (1), p. 57a (Pl. 14); Coton (1), p. 62a; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Harlton (1), p. 132a (Frontispiece, Pl. 89); Haslingfield (1), p. 140a (Pls. 82, 83); Kingston (1), p. 154a; Longstowe (1), p. 173b; Madingley (1), p. 178b (Pl. 138); Orwell (1), p. 191b.
-,-, 18th-century: Barrington (1), p. 7b; Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Conington (1), p. 57a (Pl. 90); Croxton (1), p. 66a; Elsworth (1), p. 85b; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a (Pl. 90); (2), p. 103b; Graveley (1), p. 120a; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Hatley (1), p. 146b; (2), p. 147b; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Madingley (1), p. 179a (Pl. 14); Orwell (1), p. 191b; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a; Wimpole (1), p. 213b (Pl. 127).
-,-, 19th-century: Barrington (1), p. 7b; Bourn (1), p. 21a; (Swedish hatchment) p. 21b (Pl. 20); Comberton (1), p. 51b; Conington (1), p. 57a; Coton (1), p. 61b; Croxton (1), p. 66a; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a; Elsworth (1), p. 85b; Eltisley (1), p. 92b; Gamlingay (2), p. 103b; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Graveley (1), p. 120a; Harlton (1), p. 132a; Hatley (2), p. 147b; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Longstowe (1), p. 173b; Madingley (1), p. 178b; Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a; Toft (1), p. 207b; Wimpole (1), p. 213b (Pl. 139).

Moor Barns Farm, Madingley (6), p. 187a.

Moot, Wetherley Hundred, Harlton, p. 129a.

Morden:
-, Family, monument to 28 members, erected 1850, Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a.
-, Edward, 1812, Charlotte his wife, 1861, and sons John, 1826, and William, 1839, monument, Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a.

Mortimer, Robert, holder of advowson in 1353, Kingston (3), p. 155b.

Moses, figure of, Toft, (1) (glass), p. 208a.

Mottes: Knapwell (11), p. 163a; Orwell, p. 188b; Wimpole (20), p. 225a.

Moulton Hills, Bourn (43), p. 27a.

Mounds: Bourn (43) and (44), p. 27a (Pl. 2); Caxton (20), p. 41b; Elsworth (45), p. 89b; Knapwell (11), p. 163a (Pl.2); (12), p. 163b; Longstowe (15), p. 175b; Orwell (40), p. 195a; Papworth St. Agnes (9), p. 202a; (11), p. 202b; Toft (19), p. 210a; (20), p. 210a; Wimpole (20), p. 225a. See also Barrows, and Sectional Preface, p. lx.

Mount, Jocosa, see Cage.

Mowbray, arms of, formerly in glass, Orwell (1), p. 191a.

Mulbary, Anthan, 17(65), inscribed name, Orwell (13), p. 193a.

Musgrave, James, 1747, his wives Catherine (Perrot), 1721, Jane, 1741, monument, Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.

New England Farm, Tadlow (4), p. 205a.

" Farm, Kingston (14), p. 159b.

" Inn Farm, Knapwell (7), p. 163a.

" Wimpole: Wimpole, p. 210b; (15), p. 224b (Pl. 35).

Newcastle, Dukes of:
-, John Holles, 3rd Duke (d. 1711), Wimpole (2), p. 215a.
-, Thomas Holles, (formerly Pelham), created 1st Duke of Newcastleupon-Tyne (d. 1768), Wimpole (2), p. 215a.

Newcombe, of Leicester, see Bellfounders.

Newling:
-, John, 173(3), floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.
-, Sarah, 1729, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.

Newman:
-, Charles, see Bellfounders.
-, Thomas, see Bellfounders.

Newton:
-, Charlotte, 1840, monument and floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, Fogge, Dr., Provost of King's, 1612, monument and floor slab, Kingston (1), p. 154a, p. 154b; (3), p. 155b.
-, Frances Jane, 1829, monument and floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, George, 1837, monument and floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, Samuel, 1848, monument and floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66a, p. 66b.
-, Thomas, 1847, monument and floor slab, Croxton (1), p. 66a, p. 66b.

Niches: see Sectional Preface, p. xliii.
-, 14th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21a; Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a; Harlton (1), p. 132b (Pl. 69); Haslingfield (1), p. 140b; Hatley (1), p. 146b.
-, Late mediaeval: Coton (1), p. 62a; Hardwick (1), p. 128a.

Nicholas ('Necolane'), St., invocation to, Little Gransden (1) (bell), p. 169a.

Nicholson, John, see Bricklayers, and Carpenters.

Nightingale, Theodosia, 1698, see Todd.

Nil Well, Papworth St. Agnes, p. 199a.

Norris:
-, Rev. Frederic, undated floor slab, Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-, Mary Ann, 1846, floor slab, Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-, Thomas, see Bellfounders.
-, Toby (Tobie), see Bellfounders.

Northern, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Nunnery, reputed site of, Eltisley, p. 90a.

Nuthale, Henry de, Eltisley (25), p. 98b.

Offal End, Haslingfield (23), p. 144a.

Old Close Farm, Comberton (9), p. 52b.

" Rectory, Kingston (3), p. 155a (Pl. 101).

" Woodbury: Gamlingay (44), p. 109b; (62), p. 112a.

" " Farm: Gamlingay (43), p. 109b; (62), p. 112a.

Oliver, R. D., architect, Madingley (2), p. 181b.

Oratory, 16th-century, Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 201a (Pl. 123).

Organs:
-, 18th- and 19th-century: Arrington (1), p. 2b; Coton (1), p. 62a; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a.

Orwell, p. 188a – p. 195b.

" Mill, Barrington (25), p. 11a (Pl. 27).

Our Lady of White Hill, former chapel of, Haslingfield, p. 137a.

Overhall, Manor of: Boxworth, p. 28b; (15), p. 30b; Knapwell, p. 161a.

" Grove, Boxworth (15), p. 30b.

Overthrows, (ironwork): Gamlingay (24), p. 107a.

Owens, Thomas, 1829, floor slab, Eltisley (1), p. 92b.

Oxford and Mortimer, Earls of (2nd creation):
-, 1st Earl, manor owned by, Kingston (12), p. 158b.
-, 2nd Earl, chapel repaired by, 1732, Wimpole (1), p. 213b.
-, see Harley.

Page:
-, Ann, wife of Henry, 1789, floor slab, Barton (1), p. 14a.
-, Henry, 1717, headstone, Harlton (1), p. 132b.
-, Henry, 1788, floor slab, Barton (1), p. 14a.
-, John, 179(?), floor slab, Barton (1), p. 14a.
-, Sarah, 1827, monument, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Page's Farm, Boxworth (7), p. 30a.

Pain's Home, Kingston (13), p. 159b.

Paine, James, 1831, monument, Gamlingay (2), p. 103b.

Painted Rooms:
-, Childerley (1), p. 45a (Pl. 72); Croxton (2), p. 68a; Madingley (2), p. 185b (Pl. 128).

Paintings, on panel or canvas:
-, Annunciation, (Venetian, 16th-century), Hatley (2), p. 147b.
-, Apostles, (Flemish, 16th- or 17th-century), Madingley (1), p. 179a.
-, House at Croxton, (c. 1700), Croxton (2), p. 67a (Pl. 67).
-, Raising of Lazarus, (Flemish, 17th-century), Lolworth (1), p. 172a.

Palace, The, Hatley (15), p. 150a.

Palmer:
-, John, Archdeacon of Ely, 1592, Madingley (1) (glass), p. 178b, see Armorial Index (Badges).
-, Rev. Robert, 16th-century, Eltisley (1), p. 90b, p. 92b.

Pamplyn (?), Maria, 173(1?), floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.

Pandionia (Pandona), St., daughter of Scottish King, Eltisley, p. 90a. see Dedications.

Panelling: see Sectional Preface, p. lviii – p. lix.
-, In churches:
-,-, 17th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21a; Croxton (1), p. 66b; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Madingley (1), p. 179a.
-, In houses:
-,-, 16th-century: Gamlingay (7), p. 105a; Madingley (2), p. 185b.
-,-, 17th-century: Bourn (2), p. 22b; Childerley (1), p. 45b (Pl. 72); Comberton (23), p. 53b; Croxton (2), p. 69a; Hatley (4), p. 149b; Knapwell (4), p. 161b; Little Eversden (5), p. 166a; Toft (6), p. 209b.
-,-, 18th-century: Elsworth (3), p. 87a; Gamlingay (42), p. 109a (Pl. 108); (49), p. 110a; Great Eversden (11), p. 124b; p. 125a; Little Eversden (4), p. 165b; Wimpole (2), p. 219a – p. 222a.
-,-, 19th-century: Bourn (2), p. 22b (Pl. 58).
-, Plank-and-muntin: Gamlingay (7), p. 104b; Tadlow (5), p. 205a.

Papewurda, Agnes de, Papworth St. Agnes, p. 198b.

Papley Grove, moated site at, Eltisley (22), p. 98a.

Papworth, John, see Plasterers.

Papworth Everard, p. 196a – p. 198b.

" Hall, Papworth Everard (2), p. 197a (Pl. 134); (7), p. 198a.

" St. Agnes, p. 198b – p. 203a.

Pargetting: Barton (4), p. 15a; Gamlingay (12), p. 105b; (18), p. 106a; (24), p. 107a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Orwell (21), p. 193b.

Park Farm: Hatley (4), p. 149b; Wimpole (4), p. 223b.

Parks: see Sectional Preface, p. lii.
-, Childerley, p. 44b; (6), p. 48a; Conington, p. 56a; Croxton, p. 63b, (2) p. 69a; (16) p. 70b, p. 71a; Elsworth, p. 83b; Eltisley (25), p. 98b; Haslingfield (2), p. 141b; Hatley, p. 145b; Longstowe, p. 173b; Madingley, p. 176b; (2), p. 181a; Papworth Everard, p. 196b; Papworth St. Agnes (11), p. 202b; Wimpole (2), p. 222b.

Parr, see Katharine, Queen.

Parsonage Houses, see Sectional Preface, p. lv, and Houses.

Parsons, arms of, impaling Cotton, Madingley (2), p. 186a.

Passhouse Farm, Papworth St. Agnes (6), p. 201b.

Pate's Farm, Haslingfield (19), p. 143b.

Paul, St.: figure of, Madingley (1) (painting), p. 179a; invocation to, Longstowe (1) (bell), p. 173b.

Pawlet-t, Urania, see Yorke.

Payne, of St. Ives, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Pearse: family of, Hatley (3), p. 148b.
-, Augusta Elizabeth, 1837, see Enfield.
-, Best, 1796, Sarah his wife, 1808, and children, monument, Hatley (2), p. 147b.

Peck, William, 1714, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.

Peckitt, William, see Glaziers.

Pedley, John, of Tetworth Hall, arms of, Gamlingay (42), p. 108b.

Pelham, Thomas, see Newcastle, Dukes of.

Pembridge, family of, Orwell (1), p. 191a.

Perkins, Rev. (Timothy), 1788, Jane his wife, (1787), floor slab, Haslingfield (1), p. 140b; panels with initials of, Haslingfield (15), p. 143b.

Perrot, Catherine, 1721, see Musgrave.

Peter, St., figure of, Madingley (1) (painting), p. 179a.

Peverell, Payne, manor given by to Barnwell Abbey, Bourn (8), p. 24a.

Pewter, see Plate, and Metalworkers.

Phillips:
-, Elizabeth, 1714, headstone, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Frances, 1710, headstone, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, John, 1710, headstone, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.

Picot, Sheriff of Cambridgeshire: Bourn, p. 17b; castle of, Bourn (42), p. 26b; gift of church, Tadlow (1), p. 204a.

Pigeon houses and pigeon lofts: see Sectional Preface, p. lv.
-, Barrington (4), p. 8b; (10), p. 9a; Bourn (9), p. 25a; (11), p. 25a; Caxton (16), p. 41a; Comberton (15), p. 53a; (18), p. 53a; Coton (7), p. 62b; Croxton (4), p. 69b; Dry Drayton (5), p. 82a; Elsworth (23), p. 89a; Gamlingay (4), p. 104a; (34), p. 108a; Grantchester (3), p. 117a (Pl. 25); Harlton (3), p. 134a; Haslingfield (2), p. 141b (Pl. 25); Kingston (6), p. 158a; (11), p. 158b; Little Eversden (5), p. 166a; Orwell (17), p. 193a; (24), p. 195a; Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 201a; Toft (6), p. 209b.

Pillow mounds, Croydon (18), p. 78b.

Pincote, Tadlow, p. 203a; (9), p. 206b.

Piscinae: see Sectional Preface, p. xliv.
-, 12th-century: Conington (1), p. 57b.
-, 13th-century: Arrington (1), p. 2b (Pl. 6); Caxton (1), p. 37a (Pl. 6); Coton (1), p. 62a; Croxton (1), p. 66b; Kingston (1), p. 155a.
-, 14th-century: Barrington (1), p. 8a (Pl. 7); Bourn (1), p. 21a; Comberton (1), p. 51b; Conington (1), p. 57b; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Elsworth (1), p. 86a (Pl. 6); Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Harlton (1), p. 132b; Haslingfield (1), p. 140b; Hatley (2), p. 147b; Orwell (1), p. 191b.
-, 15th-century: Gamlingay (1), p. 103a (Pl. 7).
-, Mediaeval: Barton (1), p. 14a; Bourn (1), p. 21a; Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Toft (1) (part of), p. 208a.

Pisé Lodge, Wimpole (8), p. 224a.

Pit Alignment, Haslingfield (35), p. 144b (Pl. 1).

Plank-and-Muntin partitions, see Panelling.

Plasterers:
-, Artari, c. 1745, payment to, Wimpole (2), p. 216a.
-, Doogood, Henry, Gamlingay (31), p. 107b (Pls. 84, 85).
-, Papworth, John, payment to, 1795, Wimpole (2), p. 217a.

Plasterwork, see also Ceilings and Pargetting:
-, 17th-century: Bourn (2), p. 22b; (11), p. 25a (Pl. 124); Croxton (1), p. 67a; Gamlingay (31), p. 107b (Pls. 84, 85); Graveley (3), p. 120b.

Plate (brass):
-, Almsdish: Elsworth (1), (16th- or 17th-century), p. 86a.

Plate (Britannia Metal): Boxworth (1), p. 30a; Wimpole (1), p. 214a.

Plate (pewter):
-, Alms-dishes and Plates: Arrington (1), p. 2b; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-, Cups: Croydon (1), p. 74b; Grantchester (1), (mediaeval), p. 115b.
-, Flagon: Croydon (1), p. 74b; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Knapwell (1), p. 161b.
-, Paten: Grantchester (1), (mediaeval), p. 115b.

Plate (plated):
-, Vessels, set of, and dishes: Croxton (1), p. 66b; Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Plate (silver): see Sectional Preface, p. xliv.
-, Alms dishes, dishes, plates:
-,-, 17th-century: Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-,-, 18th-century: Elsworth (1), p. 86a; Hatley (2), p. 147b; Orwell (1), p. 191b.
-,-, 19th-century: Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a.
-, Cups:
-,-, 16th-century: Arrington (1), p. 2b; Barrington (1), p. 8a (Pl. 23); Bourn (1), p. 21a; Boxworth (1), p. 30a; Comberton (1), p. 51b; Conington (1), p. 57b; Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a (Pl. 23); Eltisley (1), p. 92b; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Kingston (1), p. 155a; Knapwell (1), p. 161b; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Madingley (1), p. 179a; Tadlow (1), p. 205a.
-,-, 17th-century: Conington (1), p. 57b; Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Hatley (1), p. 146b; Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-,-, 18th-century: Coton (1), p. 62a; Elsworth (1), p. 86a; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Graveley (1), p. 120a; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Hatley (2), p. 147b; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Longstowe (1), p. 174a; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199b.
-,-, 19th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21a; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Harlton (1), p. 132b; Haslingfield (1), p. 140b; Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a; Toft (1), p. 208a.
-, Flagons:
-,-, 17th-century: Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-,-, 18th-century: Elsworth (1), p. 86a; Graveley (1), p. 120a; Hatley (2), p. 147b; Lolworth (1), p. 172a.
-,-, 19th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21a; Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a.
-, Patens:
-,-, 16th-century: Arrington (1), p. 2b; Barrington (1), p. 8a (Pl. 23); Bourn (1), p. 21a; Boxworth (1), p. 30a; Conington (1), p. 57b; Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a (Pl. 23); Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Kingston (1), p. 155a; Knapwell (1), p. 161b; Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-,-, 17th-century: Barrington (1), p. 8a; Bourn (1), p. 21a; Conington (1), p. 57b; Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Hatley (1), p. 146b; Knapwell (1), p. 161b; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199b; Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-,-, 18th-century: Comberton (1), p. 51b; Croxton (1), p. 66b; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Elsworth (1), p. 86a; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Graveley (1), p. 120a; Hatley (2), p. 147b; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Longstowe (1), p. 174a; Madingley (1), p. 179a; Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-,-, 19th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21a; Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a; Tadlow (1), p. 205a.
-, Spoons:
-,-, 16th- or 17th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21a.

Pond Farm, Eltisley (7), p. 94b.

Poplar House, Bourn (16), p. 25b.

Porches, in churches:
-, Mediaeval: Barrington (1), p. 6b, p. 7a; Barton (1), p. 13b; Bourn (1), p. 20a; Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Coton (1), p. 60b; Hardwick (1), p. 127a; Harlton (1), p. 131b; Haslingfield (1), p. 139a; Kingston (1), p. 153b; Little Eversden (1), p. 164b (Pl. 9); Madingley (1), p. 177b; Orwell (1), p. 190a.
-, Post-Mediaeval: Croydon (1), p. 74a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Great Eversden (1), p. 122b; Madingley (1), p. 177b.

Port Way, Hardwick, p. 126b.

Porters' Way, Kingston, p. 152b.

Portsmouth, Loelia, Duchess of, portrait, Madingley (2), p. 184b.

Posting Stations: Caxton, p. 35a; (11), p. 39b.

Pottery, see Roman, and Finds, Mediaeval including Saxon.

Pratt, Sir Roger (1620–1685), architectural opinion of house, Wimpole (2), p. 215a.

Prime:
-, Edward, 1800, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.
-, Edward, 1830, May his wife, 1816, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.
-, Joseph, 1823, Ann his wife, 1821, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.
-, Thomas, 1797, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.

Psychomachia, wall painting of?, Kingston (1), p. 154b.

Pulpits: see Sectional Preface, p. xli.
-, Mediaeval: Elsworth (1), p. 86a (Pl. 17).
-, Incorporating old material: Boxworth (1), p. 30a; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Haslingfield (1), p. 140b; Toft (1), p. 208a.
-, 17th-century: Barrington (1), p. 8a; Barton (1), p. 14a (Pl. 54); Boxworth (1), p. 30a; Gamlingay (1) (sounding board), p. 103a; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Great Eversden (1), p. 123a; Harlton (1), p. 132b; Kingston (1), p. 155a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-, 18th-century: Bourn (1) (sounding board), p. 21a; Croxton (1), p. 66b; Graveley (1), p. 120a; Orwell (1), p. 191b; Wimpole (2), p. 219b.

Quarles, (Wilhelmus), inscribed name, Barrington (1) (scratching), p. 8a.

Quarry, abandoned clunch workings, Little Eversden (7), p. 166b.

" Farm, Orwell (16), p. 193a.

Queen's College Farm, Kingston (4), p. 156b; (19), p. 160a.

Quintin:
-, Elizabeth, 1801, monument, Hatley (2), p. 147b.
-, John Whitby, 1833, monument, Hatley (2), p. 147b.
-, Thomas, 1806, monument, Hatley (2), p. 147b; owner of house, Hatley (3), p. 148b.

Radcliffe, Rev. Jeremias, 1623, monument, Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Radnor, Charles (Robartes), Earl of, married heiress of Sir John Cutler, 1689, Wimpole (2), p. 215a; additions to house, Wimpole (2), p. 215a.

Ramsey, Abbey of, Elsworth, p. 83a.

Ranges of Houses: Arrington (11), p. 4a (Pl. 30); (12), p. 4a (Pl. 34); Boxworth (8), p. 30a (Pl. 34); Grantchester (15) and (16), p. 117b; Toft (3), p. 209a (Pl. 33).

Ratford, lost settlement of, Wimpole, p. 210b.

Rattray, Elizabeth (Weake), see Yorke.

Recesses,
-, Enriched or for relics:
-,-, Mediaeval: Gamlingay (1), p. 103a (Pl. 7); Kingston (1), p. 155a (Pl. 7); Orwell (1), p. 191b.
-, Tomb:
-,-, 14th-century: Bourn (1), p. 20a; Eltisley (1), p. 92b; Grantchester (1), p. 115a.
-,-, Undated: Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.

Rectories, see Houses.

Rectory Farm: Barrington (5), p. 8b (Pl. 46); Comberton (3), p. 52a (Pl. 106); Coton (7), p. 62b.

Red Lion Farm, Caxton (6), p. 37a (Pl. 31).

" Well, Boxworth (15), p. 30b.

Redgrave, Abraham, see Carpenters.

Redhouse Farm, Great Eversden (12), p. 125a.

Renouard, John Henry, 1830, Rachel Elizabeth his sister, 1822, floor slab, Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Repton:
-, Humphry (1752–1818): landscaping by, Wimpole (2), p. 217b (Pl. 132); clairvoyée by, Wimpole (2), p. 222a; alterations in park, Wimpole (2), p. 222b.
-, John Adey (1775–1860), alterations to house and grounds, Bourn (2), p. 22a.

Reredoses:
-, 14th-century: Harlton (1), p. 132b (Pl. 69); Orwell (1), p. 191b (Pl. 13).
-, 17th-century: Gamlingay (6), p. 104a (Pl. 136).
-, 18th-century: Elsworth (1), p. 86a (Pl. 74); Wimpole (1), p. 212b.

Restoration of Churches, see Sectional Preface, p. xl.

Rich, Joseph, 1838, floor slab, Harlton (1), p. 132b.

Ridge and Furrow, see Sectional Preface, p. lxvi – p. lxix.

Ridgeley, Thomas, 1829, and Catherine his wife, 1850 Bourn (1), p. 21a.

Riple, Yorkshire, paten from, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.

River Cam Farm, Wimpole (12), p. 224a.

" Farm, Haslingfield (4), p. 142a.

Roads, Roman and later, see Sectional Preface, p. xxx – p. xxxi.

Robartes, Charles, see Radnor, Earl of.

Robson:
-, Anne, 1731, floor slab, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.
-, Mary, 1721, floor slab, Grantchester (1), p. 115b.

Roman:
-, Miscellaneous finds: skeletons, stone coffin, bone pins, sandal nails, Barton (26), p. 17b; bronze ornaments, bones, mill-stones, Bourn (43), p. 27a, p. 27b; painted plaster, columns, lead water pipe, glass bottle, bone pins, bronze padlock, Comberton (49), p. 55b.
-, Pottery: Barton (26), p. 17b; Bourn (43), p. 27a, p. 27b; Childerley (2), p. 47b; Comberton (49), p. 55b; Croydon (15), p. 78b; Haslingfield (35), p. 144b.
-, see also Coins.

Roman Buildings: Comberton (49), p. 55b; see also Sectional Preface, p. lix – p. lx.

Roofing Materials, see Sectional Preface, p. xxxii – p. xxxiii.

Roofs: early and notable:
-, In churches and chapels:
-,-, Tie-Beam: Late mediaeval: Comberton (1), p. 50b; Great Eversden (1), p. 122b; Kingston (1), p. 154a. 16th- and 17th-century: Boxworth (1), p. 29b; Childerley (1), p. 46a; Croxton (1), p. 65b; Elsworth (1), p. 85a.
-,-, King-Post: Mediaeval: Barrington (1), p. 7a (Pl. 43); Gamlingay (1), p. 102a. 16th- or 17th-century: Harlton (1), p. 131b.
-,-, Queen-Post: 15th-century: Hardwick (1), p. 127b (Pl. 102).
-,-, Collar-Beam: 17th-century: Croydon (1), p. 74b.
-,-, Arch-braced: Mediaeval: Caxton (1), p. 36b.
-,-, Hammer-Beam: 14th- or 15th-century: Bourn (1), p. 20b.
-,-, Trussed-Rafter: Mediaeval: Arrington (1), p. 2b; Coton (1), p. 61a.
-,-, Wagon or Barrel: Mediaeval: Croydon (1), p. 74b; Haslingfield (1), p. 139b; Orwell (1), p. 190b (Pls. 114, 115).
-, In houses:
-,-, Tie-Beam: Mediaeval and 16th-century: Barton (9), p. 15b; Bourn (6), p. 24a; (8), p. 25a; Croxton (6), p. 70a; Eltisley (9), p. 95b; Gamlingay (7), p. 105a; Great Eversden (3), p. 123b; Kingston (4), p. 157a. 17th-century: Haslingfield (2), p. 141a.
-,-, Crown-Post: 13th- and 14th-century: Barrington (17), p. 10a; Bourn (8), p. 24a; Kingston (3), p. 156a (Pl. 103). Mediaeval: Barrington (20), p. 11a; Comberton (2), p. 52a; Grantchester (2), p. 116b; Kingston (5), p. 158a; Little Eversden (5), p. 165b; Madingley (3), p. 187a; Orwell (24), p. 194b.
-,-, Queen-Post: 16th-century: Longstowe (5), p. 174b; Madingley (2), p. 186a; Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 201a.
-,-, Collar-Beam: Late mediaeval: Gamlingay (4), p. 104a.
-,-, Hammer-Beam: 16th-century: Madingley (2), p. 185b (Pl. 40).
-,-, Cross-braced: Mediaeval: Barrington (5), p. 9a; Croxton (4), p. 69a (Pl. 40).
-,-, Trussed-rafter: Mediaeval: Barrington (17), p. 10a.

Rookery Farm, Graveley (2), p. 120a.

Rose, Richard, 17(4)2, floor slab, Great Eversden (1), p. 123a.

Rose Farm, Little Gransden (9), p. 170a.

Rouses Wood, Croydon (20), p. 79a.

Royal Arms, in churches, see also Armorial Index.
-, James II, (painted canvas), Orwell (1), p. 192a.
-, William III, (painted panel), Comberton (1), p. 51b (Pl. 20).
-, George I, (painted panel), Lolworth (1), p. 172a.
-, George III, (carved wood), Little Gransden (1), p. 169a; (artificial stone), Madingley (1), p. 179a (Pl. 126).
-, formerly existing, Caldecote (1), p. 32b.

Royal Oak, Barrington (20), p. 10b (Pls. 9, 36).

Rudstone: arms of, Longstowe (1), p. 174a.
-, Dorothy, see Cage.

Russels: manor of, Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 199b; (9), p. 202a.

Rutherforth, Thomas and Elizabeth, 1747, monument, Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.

Sackville, Elizabeth, marriage to 5th Earl De La Warr, Bourn (2), p. 22a.

Sackville-West: of Bourn Hall, Bourn, p. 18a; badges of, Bourn (2), p. 22a; see De La Warr and Armorial Index (Badges).

St. Aubyn, J. P. (1815–1895): church restoration, Gamlingay (1), p. 101a; Little Gransden (1), p. 168a.

St. George:
-, Family of, owners of manor, Hatley, p. 145b; (4), p. 149b.
-, Baldwin, 1425, brass, Hatley (2), p. 147b.
-, Sir Henry, Garter King of Arms, shields painted for, c. 1627, Hatley (2), p. 147b.

St. Neots Priory, manor belonging to, Caxton (21), p. 41b.

Saints, see under individual names.

Sanderson, Rev. William, 1814, monument, Croxton (1), p. 66a.

Sarll, family of, bakers, Gamlingay (15), p. 105b.

Saunderson, Nicholas, Professor of Mathematics, 1739, floor slab, Boxworth (1), p. 30a.

Sawtry, Abbot of, Gamlingay, p. 100a.

Sawyear, Thomas, 1728, headstone, Conington (1), p. 57a (Pl. 15).

Saxo-Norman survivals: Boxworth (1) (window-head), p. 30a (Pl. 4); Caxton (1) (baluster shaft, etc.), p. 37a; Grantchester (1) (windows, etc.), p. 114a, p. 115b (Pl. 4); Orwell (1) (fragment with interlace), p. 191a.

Saxon cemeteries, pagan, Barrington p. 5b.

Say:
-, Ann, 1793, monument, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.
-, Francis, 1705, monument, Hatley (1), p. 146b.
-, Francis, 1796, monument, Hatley (1), p. 146b.
-, Rev. William Cray, 1751, Hatley (1), p. 146b.

Sayon, Rev. Simon, 1688, floor slab, Kingston (1), p. 154b.

Scalers, de, family of, Caxton, p. 34b; (19), p. 41a.

Scales: arms of, see Armorial Index, Haslingfield (1), p. 139b (Pl. 18); Orwell (1), p. 191a.
-, family of, Haslingfield, p. 137a.
-, Catherine (de Ufford), wife of 3rd Lord Scales, Haslingfield (1), p. 137b.
-, Isabel (Burnel), wife of 1st Lord Scales, Haslingfield (1), p. 137b.
-, Robert, 1st Lord Scales, Haslingfield (1), p. 137b.
-, Robert, 2nd Lord Scales, Haslingfield (1), p. 137b.
-, Robert, 3rd Lord Scales, Haslingfield (1), p. 137b.

Scheemakers, P., see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Schools and School houses: see Sectional Preface, p. lvi.
-, 19th-century: Barrington (3), p. 8b; Conington (6), p. 58b; Elsworth (2), p. 86b; (18), p. 88b; Gamlingay (6), p. 104a; (37), p. 108a; Grantchester (13), p. 117b; Little Eversden (3), p. 165b; Little Gransden (5), p. 169b; Lolworth (3), p. 172b; Madingley (4), p. 187a; Papworth Everard (4), p. 198a; Papworth St. Agnes (3), p. 201b; Toft (7), p. 210a.

Sclater:
-, Edward, 1688, floor slab, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.
-, Thomas, 1696, floor slab, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.

Scott:
-, John, c. 1510, see Clerks of Works.
-, Joshua, 1726, floor slab, Great Eversden (1), p. 123a.

Scratchings: see Sectional Preface, p. xliv.
-, Mediaeval and 16th-century: Barrington (1), p. 8a (Pl. 16); Coton (1), p. 61b (Pl. 16); Gamlingay (1), p. 103a (Pl. 16), p. 103b; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Harlton (1), p. 132b; Haslingfield (1), p. 140b; Hatley (1), p. 146b; Kingston (1), p. 155a; Orwell (1), p. 192a; Tadlow (1), p. 205a.
-, 17th- and 18th-century: Croxton (1), p. 66b (Pl. 22).

Screens, stone: see Sectional Preface, p. xlv.
-, 13th-century (conjectural): Eltisley (1), p. 91b; Madingley (1), p. 177a.
-, 14th-century: Harlton (1), p. 133a (Pl. 93).

Screens, wooden, see Sectional Preface, p. xlv.
-, 14th-century: Barton (1), p. 14b (Pls. 54, 55); Haslingfield (1) (fragments), p. 140b; Lolworth (1) (fragments), p. 172a.
-, 15th-century: Croxton (1), p. 66b (Pl. 75); Kingston (1), p. 155a; Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-, Late mediaeval: Bourn (1), p. 21a; Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Comberton (1), p. 51b; Coton (1), p. 62a; Elsworth (1), p. 86a; Gamlingay (1), p. 103b.

Sculptors and Monumental Masons:
-, Alkin, Jefferin (fl. 1744–1783), Wimpole (2), p. 216a (Pl. 142).
-, Bacon, John, the Elder (1740–1799): Wimpole (1), p. 214a; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.
-, Banks, Thomas (1735–1805), Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Bingham, Edward (fl. 1751–1795), Gamlingay, p. 103a (Pl. 90).
-, Brown, W. (fl. 1808–1835), Elsworth (1), p. 85b.
-, Carpenter, (?Andries Carpentière) (167?–1737), Wimpole (2), p. 222a.
-, Crake, Michael (fl. 1800–1825), Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, Denman, Thomas (fl. 1817–1847), Wimpole (1), p. 213b.
-, Dixon, John (fl. 1754–1766), Graveley (1), p. 120a.
-, Flaxman, John (1755–1826): Madingley (1), p. 178b; Wimpole (1), p. 213b.
-, Gaffin, Edward (firm fl. 1805–1865), Hatley (2), p. 147b.
-, Gaffin, Thomas, Barrington (1), p. 8a.
-, Gaffin, —, Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a.
-, Gibbons, Grinling (1648–1720), Conington (1), p. 57a.
-, Gilbert, John (fl. 1824–1830): Elsworth (1), p. 86a; Orwell (1), p. 191b.
-, Northern, —: Croxton (1), p. 66a, p. 66b; Eltisley (1), p. 92b.
-, Payne, —, Boxworth (1), p. 29b.
-, Scheemakers, Peter (1691–1781), Wimpole (1), p. 213b (Pl. 127), p. 214a.
-, Sidney, —, Eltisley (1), p. 92b.
-, Soward, John (fl. 1802–1838), Conington (1), p. 57a.
-, Swinton, Archibald: Croxton (1), p. 66b; Harlton (1), p. 132a.
-, Tomson, Thomas (firm fl. from 1773), Croxton, p. 66b.
-, Tomson, —, Croxton (1), p. 66a.
-, Tomson and Son, Grantchester (1), p. 115a.
-, Westmacott, Sir Richard (1775–1856): Wimpole (1), p. 214a; Madingley (1), p. 178b.
-, Westmacott, Richard the Younger (1799–1872): Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Wiles, —, Croxton (1), p. 66b.
-, Wills, —, Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.

Seating, including Desks and Stalls: see Sectional Preface, p. xlv.
-, 15th-century: Gamlingay (1), p. 103b (Pls. 18, 19); Great Eversden (1), p. 123a.
-, 16th-century: Elsworth (1), p. 86a (Pl. 19); Harlton (1) p. 134a (Pl. 93).
-, Mediaeval: Barrington (1), p. 8b; Bourn (1), p. 21a; Caxton (1), p. 37a; Comberton (1), p. 51b (Pls. 17, 18); Coton (1), p. 62a; Croxton (1), p. 66b; Elsworth (1), p. 86a; Gamlingay (1), p. 103b; Haslingfield (1), p. 140b; Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Orwell (1), p. 192a.
-, 19th-century: Harlton (1), p. 134a.

Seckford, arms of, impaling Cage, Longstowe (1) (glass), p. 173b.

Sedilia: see Sectional Preface, p. xliv.
-, 13th-century: Caxton (1), p. 37a; Comberton (1), p. 52a.
-, 14th-century: Bourn (1), p. 21b (Pl. 6); Elsworth (1), p. 86a (Pl. 6); Grantchester (1), p. 115b.
-, 15th-century: Gamlingay (1), p. 103b.

Settlement, location of, see Sectional Preface, p. xxix.

Seven Acts of Mercy, Kingston (1) (painting), p. 155a.

Seven Deadly Sins, Kingston (1) (painting), p. 155a.

Shackleden, estate of, Gamlingay, p. 100a.

Shaw, Richard Norman (1831–1912), additions to Bourn Hall, Bourn (2), p. 22a.

Shearman, Jo., 1717, headstone, Barrington (1), p. 8a (Pl. 15).

Sheepshanks, Thomas, 1818, floor slab, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.

Shenstone, William (1714–1763), landscape gardener, Wimpole (2), p. 216b.

Sheppard, George, 1690, monument, Grantchester (1), p. 115a.

Shops, offices, etc.:
-, 18th-century: Arrington (9), p. 3b.
-, 19th-century: Comberton (19), p. 53a (Pl. 31); Little Eversden (6), p. 166b.

Sidney, —, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Simpson, William, 1844, Jane his wife, 1865, and children, monument, Harlton (1), p. 132a.

Skinner, see Mapmakers.

Smith:
-, John, 1822, Elizabeth his wife, 1798, and Elizabeth his wife, 1829, floor slab, Knapwell (1), p. 161b.
-, Rev. Samuel, 1841, Anne his wife, 1826, and their son, Rev. Samuel, 1831, memorial glass and monument, Dry Drayton (1), p. 82a (Pl. 24).

Smithies: Boxworth (5), p. 30a; Caxton (10), p. 38b.

Soane, John (1753–1837): work by, Arrington (10), p. 3b; survey by, Wimpole (2), p. 214b; designer of Yellow Drawing Room, Wimpole (2), p. 217a, p. 220a (Pl. 141); designer of 'Castello d'Acqua', Wimpole (2), p. 217b; designer of Lodges, Wimpole (2), p. 217b; designer of service stair, Wimpole (2), p. 219b; designer of Book Room, Wimpole (2), p. 221a (Pl. 140); designer of secondary stair, Wimpole (2), p. 220b (Pl. 134); internal remodelling on first floor, Wimpole (2), p. 221b; designer of farm buildings, Wimpole (4), p. 223b.

Somer, Henry, estate and manor owned by, Grantchester, p. 113b; (2), p. 115b.

Sounding boards:
-, Barton (1), p. 14a; Bourn (1), p. 21a; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.

South Lodge, Wimpole (16), p. 224b.

Soward, John, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Sperling:
-, Eliza, 1836, Henrietta-Frances 1836, Julia, 1822, and Mary, 1827, children of Henry Piper Sperling, monument, Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.
-, Rev. Henry, 1821, monument, Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.

Spilsbury: Dorothy, 1837, monument and floor slab, Grantchester (1), p. 115a.
-, see Hollingworth.

Spinkes, William, 1701, floor slab, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.

Spires:
-, Ashlar: Conington (1), p. 56a; Coton (1), p. 60b (Pl. 52); Eltisley (1), p. 92a; Hardwick (1), p. 127b (Pl. 52).
-, Timber: Arrington (1), p. 1b, p. 2b; Bourn (1), p. 20b; Gamlingay (1), p. 102a; Grantchester (1), p. 115a; Great Eversden (1), p. 122a; Haslingfield (1), p. 137b.

Spring Hall Farm, Haslingfield (22), p. 144a.

Stables and Coachhouses:
-, 17th-century: Bourn (2), p. 23a (Pl. 45); Caxton (8), p. 38b; (11), p. 39b.
-, 18th-century: Barrington (6), p. 9a; Conington (2), p. 58a; Gamlingay (49), p. 110a; Longstowe (2), p. 174b; Madingley (2), p. 186a.
-, 19th-century: Croxton (2), p. 69a; Wimpole (2), p. 223b.

Stacy (Stacie):
-, Charles, 17105 (sic), floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.
-, Thomas, 1680, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.

Stairs and staircases:
-, In houses:
-,-, Mediaeval: Croxton (6), p. 70a.
-,-, 16th-century: Childerley (1), p. 45a; Great Eversden (3), p. 123b; Kingston (3), p. 156a; Madingley (2), p. 182b.
-,-, 17th-century: Bourn (2), p. 22b; Caxton (11), p. 39b; (15), p. 39b (Pl. 39); Croydon (7), p. 75a; Elsworth (3), p. 87a; Eltisley (2), p. 94a; (5), p. 94b; Kingston (12), p. 159b.
-,-, 18th-century: Barrington (5), p. 9a; (15), p. 9b; (17), p. 10b; (22), p. 11a; Caxton (8), p. 38a; Comberton (3), p. 52a; Conington (2), p. 58a (Pl. 39); Croxton (2), p. 67b; Elsworth (12), p. 88a; (24), p. 89a; Gamlingay (42), p. 109a; (49), p. 110a; Great Eversden (11), p. 124b (Pl. 108); Haslingfield (10), p. 143a; (15), p. 143b; Hatley (6), p. 149b; Kingston (13), p. 159b; Madingley (2), p. 184a (Pl. 135); Wimpole (2), p. 219b (Pl. 142).
-,-, 19th-century: Croxton (2), p. 67b; Croydon (2), p. 74b; Elsworth (22), p. 89a; (27), p. 89a.
-, In churches, (rood stairs):
-,-, 14th-century: Barton (1), p. 13b.
-,-, Late mediaeval: Barrington (1), p. 6a; Comberton (1), p. 50a; Coton (1), p. 60a; Great Eversden (1), p. 122b; Hardwick (1), p. 127a.

Stalls, see Seating.

Stamford Foundry, see Bellfounders.

Standly, John, 1761, monument and floor slab, Boxworth (1), p. 29b.

Stanton, Hervey de, gift of manor by, Barrington, p. 5a.

Stewkeley:
-, Agnes, 1641, floor slab, Madingley (1), p. 179a.
-, Anne, see Grove.
-, Ursula, 1704, floor slab, Madingley (1), p. 179a.
-, William, 1717, floor slab, Madingley (1), p. 179a.

Stocking (Stocken), Christine, see Yorke.

Stonework, carved and not in situ:
-, 11th-century and earlier: Boxworth (1) (window head), p. 30a (Pl. 4); Caxton (1) (baluster shaft, interlace ornament, capital), p. 37a; Conington (1) (interlace ornament), p. 57b.
-, post 11th-century: Comberton (6) (capital), p. 52b; Conington (1) (gargoyle), p. 57b; Croxton (1) (capital, fragments of cross), p. 67a.

Stoups: see Sectional Preface, p. xlv.
-, 14th-century: Barton (1), p. 14b; Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Coton (1), p. 62a; Harlton (1), p. 134a; Haslingfield (1), p. 140b; Hatley (2), p. 147b.
-, Late mediaeval: Barrington (1), p. 8b; Coton (1), p. 62a; Gamlingay (1), p. 103b.
-, Undated: Little Eversden (1), p. 165a.

Stuart, James (1713–1788): monuments designed by, Wimpole (1), p. 213b (Pl. 127); park building designed by, Wimpole (2), p. 217a, p. 222b.

Stubbe, Wulfran (d. 1719), monument, Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Sundials:
-, Mediaeval: Gamlingay (1), p. 103b; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Kingston (1), p. 155a; Madingley (1), p. 179a.
-, 17th-century: Elsworth (1), p. 86b.

Swansley, manor house of, Caxton, p. 34b; (21), p. 41b.

Swinton, of Cambridge, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Swynnow, Andrew, name on scratching, Coton, (1), p. 61b.

Tables: see also Communion Tables.
-, 17th- and 18th-century: Little Eversden (1), p. 165a; Orwell (1), p. 192a; Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a.

Tadlow, p. 203a – p. 207a; manor house of, Tadlow (7), p. 206a.

" Towers, Tadlow (5), p. 205a (Pl. 120).

Talemache: arms of, see Armorial Index.

Tate's Farm, Caxton (4), p. 37a.

Taylard:
-, Margaret, wife of Walter, recorded in scratching, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a (Pl. 16).
-, Walter (d. 1466), chapel remodelled by, Gamlingay (1), p. 100b.

Taylor, Robert, of St. Neots, see Bellfounders.

Terra-cotta, mid 19th-century, see Blanchard.

Tetworth Hall, Gamlingay (42), p. 108b (Pl. 106).

Textiles: Hardwick (1) (19th-century embroidery), p. 128b; Knapwell (1) (18th-century damask altar cloth), p. 161a.

Thatching, see Sectional Preface, p. xxxii.

Thomas, St.: Incredulity of, Lolworth (1) (wall painting), p. 172a; figure of, Madingley (1) (painting), p. 179a.

Thomas de Cantelupe, St.: Figure of, Barton (1) (painting), p. 14a.

Thomson, Charlotte Ann, c. 1800, monument, Longstowe (1), p. 173b.

Thornberry Hill Farm, Wimpole (17), p. 224b.

Thornhill, Sir James (1675–1734), paintings by, in chapel, Wimpole (2), p. 215b, p. 219b (Pl. 144).

Thory:
-, John, 1725, monument, Hatley (2), p. 147b.
-, Thomas, 1709, Elizabeth his wife, 1712, floor slab, Hatley (2), p. 147b.

'Three Dead', wall painting of, Barrington (1), p. 8a.

Thresham End, Wimpole (21), p. 228a.

Tiles, floor:
-, 19th-century: Lolworth (1), p. 172a; Papworth Everard (1), p. 197a.

Timber, imported, early use of, Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.

Tiptoft, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Tithe Barn, probable, Gamlingay (5), p. 104a.

Todd, Francis, 1703, Jane his first wife, 1661, Theodosia (Nightingale) his second wife, 1698, and Francis his son, 1699, floor slab, Kingston (1), p. 154b.

Toft, p. 207a – p. 210b.

" Manor, Toft (2), p. 208b.

Toll Houses:
-, 19th-century: Arrington (4), p. 3a; Croydon (6), p. 75a.

Tomson, of Cambridge, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Toot Hill, Orwell (40), p. 195a.

Torkintine, Joseph, 1714–15, headstone, Caxton (1), p. 36b.

Towers, West: see Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii.
-, Dating from the 12th century: Orwell (1), p. 190a (Pl. 116).
-, Dating from the 13th century: Arrington (1), p. 2b; Barrington (1), p. 7a (Pl. 42); Bourn (1), p. 20a (Pl. 49); Dry Drayton (1), p. 81b.
-, Dating from the 14th century: Barton (1), p. 13b; Caldecote (1), p. 32b; Caxton (1), p. 36b; Comberton (1), p. 50b; Conington (1), p. 56b; Coton (1), p. 60b (Pl. 52); Elsworth (1), p. 85a; Eltisley (1), p. 91b; Gamlingay (1), p. 101b (Pl. 88); Hardwick (1), p. 127b; Harlton (1), p. 131b; Haslingfield (1), p. 139a (Pl. 94); Hatley (2), p. 147a; Knapwell (1), p. 161a; Little Gransden (1), p. 168b; Lolworth (1), p. 171b; Madingley (1), p. 177b.
-, Dating from the 15th and 16th centuries: Croxton (1), p. 65b (Pl. 65); Croydon (1), p. 74a; Graveley (1), p. 120a; Great Eversden (1), p. 122b; Kingston (1), p. 153b; Little Eversden (1), p. 164b; Tadlow (1), p. 204b.
-, Dating from the 19th century: Boxworth (1), p. 29a; Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a (Pl. 24).

Town Farm: Kingston (7), p. 158a; Orwell (12) and (13), p. 193a.

" House, named on map, Orwell (15), p. 193a.

" Street, Conington, p. 55b.

Town's End Farm, Bourn (40), p. 26b.

Trackways, see Sectional Preface, p. xxx.

Trefusis: arms of, Hatley (2), p. 147b.
-, Margaret, donor of plate in 1727, Hatley (2), p. 147b; marriage to Sir John Hynde Cotton, Madingley (2), p. 181a.

Trinity, The, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Trotter:
-, Rev. Henry: 1766, monument, Graveley (1), p. 120a; builder of chancel in 1733, Graveley (1), p. 118b; bequest of library by, Graveley (1), p. 120a; (7), p. 120b.
-, Katharine (Dixon), 1729, and her children, monument, Graveley (1), p. 120a.

Tudway, Dr. Thomas, composer, Wimpole (2), p. 215b.

Turnpikes: see Sectional Preface, p. xxxi.
-, Cambridge to Biggleswade, Croydon, p. 73b.
-, Great North Road, Caxton, p. 35a.

Two Pots Farm, Boxworth (11), p. 30b.

Tymbs (Timbs):
-, Anne, 1734, floor slab, Madingley (1), p. 179a.
-, Timothy, 1741, floor slab, Madingley (1), p. 179a.

Tyrell (Tirelle), owners of the manor of Malton, Orwell, p. 189a; (24), p. 194a.

Ufford, de: arms of, see Armorial Index.
-, Catherine, see Scales.
-, Ralph (d. 1346), Wimpole (1) (glass), p. 213b.

Underwood:
-, Jane, 1822, floor slab, Barrington (1), p. 8a.
-, Robert, 1792, monument, Boxworth (1), p. 29b.

University Farm, Barton (2), p. 14b (Pl. 47); (24), p. 17a.

Upper End Farm, Boxworth (6), p. 30a.

" Farm, Bourn (11), p. 25a (Pl. 33).

Valence (Valens), John, 1653, floor slab, Boxworth (1), p. 29b.

Valley Farm, Wimpole (7), p. 224a.

Vatches, The, Barton (6), p. 15a.

Vaughan, Elizabeth, 1750, monument, Papworth St. Agnes (1), p. 199a.

Vere, arms of: see Armorial Index; formerly in glass, Orwell (1), p. 191a.

Veysey, John, fireplace from his house, Madingley (2), p. 184b.

Vicarages, see Sectional Preface, p. lv, and Houses.

Victoria Farm, Hardwick (3), p. 128b.

View Farm, Dry Drayton (8), p. 82b.

Village Greens, see Greens.

" Morphology, see Sectional Preface, p. xxix – p. xxx.

" Remains: see Sectional Preface, p. lx; Whitwell, Barton, p. 12a; (1), p. 14a; (25), p. 17a; Caxton (24), p. 42b; Childerley (2) p. 46b; (3), p. 47b; Conington (7), p. 58b; Whitwell, Coton, p. 59a; Croxton, p. 63b; (16), p. 70b; Croydon (8), p. 75a; Clopton, Croydon (15), p. 76b (Pl. 73); Hatley (18), p. 150b; Knapwell (10), p. 163a; Longstowe (12), p. 175a; Malton, Orwell, p. 188b; (24), p. 193a; (41), p. 195a; Wratworth, Orwell, p. 188b; Papworth Everard (6) p. 198a; Tadlow (6), p. 205a; Wratworth, Wimpole, p. 210b; (19), p. 225a; (21), p. 225b.

Wall Paintings:
-, In churches:
-,-, 13th-century: Barrington (1), p. 8a; Gamlingay (1), p. 103a; Kingston (1), p. 154b (Pl. 105).
-,-, 14th-century: Barton (1), p. 14a; Lolworth (1), p. 172a.
-,-, Late mediaeval: Barrington (1), p. 8a; Kingston (1), p. 154b (Pl. 105); Little Gransden (1), p. 169a.
-,-, 16th- and 17th-century: Barton (1), p. 14a; Kingston (1), p. 154b.
-,-, Undated: Croydon (1), p. 74b.
-, In houses:
-,-, 16th- and 17th-century: Caxton (11), p. 39b; Gamlingay (31), p. 107b; Madingley (2), p. 181a, p. 185b (Pl. 128); Orwell (10), p. 192b; Papworth St. Agnes (2), p. 201a (Pl. 123).
-,-, 18th-century: Wimpole (2), p. 215b, p. 219a (Pl. 144).
-,-, 19th-century: Papworth Everard (2), p. 197b (Pl. 134); Wimpole (2), p. 220a (Pl. 141).

Waller:
-, Henry, 1794, monument, Graveley (1), p. 120a.
-, Mary, 1715, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.

Wallis, Elizabeth, 1775, monument, Barrington (1), p. 7b.

Wanton, arms of, see Armorial Index.

Warde, Rev. John, rectory built during incumbency, Little Eversden (4), p. 165b.

Warehouses, 16th- or 17th-century, Elsworth (11), p. 87b.

Warren, Mary, 1838, monument, Graveley (1), p. 120a (Pl. 15).

Water Supply: Arrington (16), p. 4a; Haslingfield (2), p. 141b.

Watts (or Walls), Ann, 1826, floor slab, Orwell (1), p. 191b.

Waylett, John, see Bellfounders.

Weake, Elizabeth (Rattray), see Yorke.

Weald (Huntingdonshire), hamlet of, Croxton, p. 63a.

Weather-vanes, on churches: Croxton (1), p. 65b; Croydon (1), p. 74b; Grantchester (1), p. 115b; Hardwick (1), p. 128a; Haslingfield (1), p. 140b; Hatley (2), p. 147b.

Webb, Mary, 1831, monument, Eltisley (1), p. 92b.

Well House, 17th-century, Haslingfield (2), p. 141b.

Wendy: arms of, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a; family of, Elsworth, p. 83a; (3), p. 86b; Haslingfield (1), p. 137b.
-, Blanche (Coniesby), effigy, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a (Pl. 82).
-, Elizabeth (Wentworth), 1658, monument and floor slab, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a.
-, Francis, 1646, monument and floor slab, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a.
-, Lettice (Willoughby), monument and floor slab erected by, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a.
-, Thomas (d. 1560), physician to Henry VIII, Haslingfield, p. 137a; (1), p. 139b; (2), p. 141a.
-, Thomas, 1612, and Elizabeth (Atkins) his wife, 1592, monument, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a (Pl. 82).
-, Thomas, 1633, floor slab, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a.
-, Sir Thomas, 1673, monument and floor slab, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a (Pl. 83); remodelled house, Haslingfield (2), p. 141a.
-, Sir William, erected monument in 1619, effigy, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a (Pl. 82).

Wentworth, Elizabeth, see Wendy.

West, see De La Warr.

West Farm, Orwell (22), p. 193b.

" Green Farm, Barrington (18), p. 10b.

Westbury, manor of, Croxton (17), p. 71a.

" Farm, Croxton (4), p. 69a; (17), p. 71a.

Westgate Farm, Barrington (21), p. 11a.

" House, Barrington (22), p. 11a.

Westmacott, Sir Richard and Richard, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Westthorpe, hamlet of, Gamlingay, p. 99a.

Wetherley hundred moot: Harlton, p. 129a; (17), p. 135b.

Whincop, Rev. Thomas, 1656, floor slab, Elsworth (1), p. 86a.

White, William (1825–1900), church restoration by, Orwell (1), p. 189b.

White Hall, Croxton (8), p. 70b.

" Swan, Conington (4), p. 58b.

Whitechurch:
-, Ann, 1791, floor slab, Harlton (1), p. 132b.
-, Ann, 1813, floor slab, Harlton (1), p. 132b.
-, Eliza, daughter of Robert and Ann, 1817, floor slab, Harlton (1), p. 132b.
-, John, winner of prize in 1814, Harlton, p. 129b.
-, John, 1828, and his wife Sarah, 1837, monument, Harlton (1), p. 132a.
-, John, date illegible, floor slab, Harlton (1), p. 132b.
-, Mary, 1771, floor slab, Harlton (1), p. 132b.
-, Mary, 1814, wife of John, floor slab, Harlton (1), p. 132b.
-, Robert, 1837, floor slab, Harlton, (1), p. 132b.

Whitwell, former settlement of: Barton, p. 12a; (25), p. 17a; Coton, p. 59a.

Wicksteed, Rev. William, 1795, monument, Graveley (1), p. 120a.

Wiles, of Cambridge, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Wilkieson:
-, Rev. John, of Woodbury Hall, Gamlingay (45), p. 109b.
-, Rev. William, of Old Woodbury, Gamlingay (44), p. 109b; (47), p. 109b.

Wilkins, Mary, 1835, monument, Toft (1), p. 207b.

Willement, Thomas, see Glaziers.

Willoughby:
-, Catherine, see Winstanley.
-, Lettice, see Wendy.

Willow Farm, Haslingfield (18), p. 143b.

Wills, see Sculptors and Monumental Masons.

Wilsmere Down Farm, Barrington (24), p. 11a (Pl. 44).

Wilson, John, 1822, floor slab, Harlton (1), p. 132b.

Wimpole, p. 210b – p. 229.

" Estate, Arrington, p. 1a.

" Hall, Wimpole (2), p. 214a – p. 223b (Pls. 129–131).

" Lodge, Wimpole (10), p. 224a.

Windows:
-, Cast-iron casements: Gamlingay (47), p. 109b.
-, 'Low-side': see Sectional Preface, p. xlii; Arrington (1), p. 2b; Barrington (1), p. 6a; Comberton (1), p. 50a (Pl. 68); Coton (1), p. 60a; Elsworth (1), p. 84b; Gamlingay (1), p. 101a; Harlton (1), p. 130b; Hatley (1), p. 146a; Kingston (1), p. 153a.
-, Oriel: Barrington (20), p. 10b; Childerley (1), p. 45a; Comberton (28), p. 54a (Pl. 38); Croxton (5), p. 69b (Pl. 38); Eltisley (2), p. 92b; Madingley (2), p. 181b (Pl. 110).

Windsor, Dean and Canons of, church belonging to, Caxton (1), p. 35b.

Windsor, Dixie, 1743, floor slab, Gamlingay (1), p. 103a.

Wing, T., see Mapmakers.

Winstanley, Catherine (Willoughby), 1694, floor slab, Haslingfield (1), p. 140a.

Wisbech, Bankers of, millstream constructed by, Wimpole (17), p. 225a.

Wodecroft, le, Elsworth, p. 83a.

Wood Barn, Toft (13), p. 210a.

" carving, see Carvings, wood.

" Drayton, Dry Drayton, p. 80a.

" Walk Spinney, Childerley (5), p. 47b.

Woodbury: hamlet of, Gamlingay, p. 99a; manor house of, Gamlingay (62), p. 112a.

" Hall, Gamlingay (45), p. 109b.

Wootten:
-, Honor, 1694, floor slab, Orwell (1), p. 191b.
-, James (?), 1701, monument, Orwell (1), p. 191b.
-, John, 1682, monument, Orwell (1), p. 191b (Pl. 15).
-, John, 1704, monument, Orwell, (1), p. 191b.
-, John, painter, at Wimpole in 1721, Wimpole (2), p. 215b.

Workhouse, 19th-century, Caxton, p. 35b.

Workshop, 17th-century, Haslingfield (4), p. 142a.

Wragg:
-, Elizabeth, 1774, wife of John, floor slab, Arrington (1), p. 2b.
-, John, 178(3), floor slab, Arrington (1), p. 2b.

Wragg's Farm, Arrington (6), p. 3a.

Wratworth, former settlement of, Orwell, p. 188b; Wimpole, p. 210b; (19), p. 225a.

Yorke: see also Hardwicke, Earls of; arms of, with their connections, Wimpole (1) (glass), p. 213a.
-, Hon. Agneta (Johnson), 1820, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 213b.
-, Catharine (Freman), 1759, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 213b.
-, Hon. Charles, 1770, his wives Catharine (Freman) and Agneta (Johnson), monument, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Rev. Charles, 1791, and Miss Mary, 1795, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Rt. Hon. Charles Philip, 1834, his wife Harriet (Manningham), 1854, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 213b.
-, Admiral Sir Charles Philip, succeeded to property in 1834, Wimpole (2), p. 218a.
-, Elizabeth (Lygon), 1766, wife of Hon. John, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Flora Elizabeth, 1852, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 213b.
-, Rev. Henry Reginald, initials on rectory, 1833, Wimpole (3), p. 223b.
-, Hon. John, 1801, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Joseph, Lord Dover, 1792, his wife Christine (Stocking or Stocken), 1793, monument, Wimpole (1), p. 214a.
-, Admiral Sir Joseph Sydney, 1831, his wives Elizabeth (Weake, born Rattray) and Urania (Pawlet-t), monument, Wimpole (1), p. 213b (Pl. 139).

Yorke of Bewerley, arms of, Wimpole (1) (glass), p. 213a.

Zoar Chapel, Gamlingay (3), p. 104a.



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