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C. R. Ashbee (editor)

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1900

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Adam (Robert), work of, 16A, Brook-street good specimen of xxii

— mantelpieces in drawing room and dining room of St. Mary's Vicarage 14

— fireplaces in house on Bromley Wharf 31

Adam-street, Adelphi, destroyed in part xviii

Aldgate pump, eastern point of area marked out by Committee for their survey xiii

Altar tablets in St. Andrew's, Gurley-street 28

Amy (William), reference to, on Roberts' monument in St. Mary's Church 7

Ancient Buildings, Society for the Protection of, representative of, at conference convened by London County Council iii

— Bow Church, recently restored by xxii

— annual report, 1894, reference to 39

Angel Inn, Ilford, destruction threatened xxiii

Anne of Denmark, medallion of James I. and, in Old Palace 36

Antiquaries, Society of, representative of, at conference convened by London County Council iii

Archæological (British) Association, representative of, at conference convened by London County Council iii

Archæological Institute, Royal, representative of, at conference convened by London County Council iii

Architects (British), Royal Institute of, representative of, at conference convened by London County Council iii

Architectural Association, representative of, at Conference convened by London County Council iii

Armada heroes, records of, in Bromley xxxii

Arms, Royal, in Good Shepherd's Mission Hall, Back-alley 3, 29, 30

Artist, The, reference to 39

Arts, Society of, representative of, at conference convened by London County Council iii

Ashbee (C. R.), introduction by xiii-xxxvi

— reference to plan of, in Committee's MS. collection, for preserving the more important monuments in St. Mary's Churchyard 13

Chapters in workshop reconstruction and citisenship, reference to 39

Ashburnham House, Dover-street, destroyed xix

Ashmore-terrace, Nos. 101 to 105 43

Audley-end, ceiling in Old Palace of Bromley similar to some of those at 34

Austin Friars, Nos. 10 and 11A, destroyed xix

Austin (John) of Brittins in the county of Essex, reference to, on Benson's monument in St. Mary's Church 8

Avebury (Lord), see "Lubbock."

B

Bacon (Fr.), signature of, to deed granting certain lands to Sir Arthur Ingram 37

Baker's-alley, building at corner of 43

Balcarres House, Fife, reference to ceiling in the "Panel Room" at 22

— contains ceiling similar to that in state room of Old Palace 38

Barking, Old Town Hall, destruction threatened xxiv

Barnard's Inn, 17th century houses on south side of, destroyed xix

Bearbinder-lane, Bow, "mistletoe in" xxix

Bedford Estate, responsibility for care of historic buildings xxiv

Bedford-square, many Adam interiors destroyed xix

Bells in St. Mary's Church 3

Benedictine Nunnery, St. Mary's Old Church the chapel of 11

Benson (Sir William), monument in St. Mary's Church, 1712 8–9

— connection with Bromley Manor 16

— connection with altar tablets in St. Andrew's, Gurley-street 28

Blackfriars Monastery, Ireland-yard, last portion destroyed xix

Blind School, S.E., destruction threatened xxiii

Bloxam's Gothic Architecture, reference to 29, 30

Bohun (Humfrey de), Earl of Hereford and Essex 4

Bohun (John de), buried in St. Mary's Church (Weever) 4

— and wife, buried in the floor of the tower of St. Mary's in 1336 (Dunstan) 3

Boleyn Castle, Upton-park, destruction threatened xxiii

— suitable for local museum xxxi

— comparison of Bromley Hall with 17

— underground passage from Bromley Hall to 18

Brasses in St. Mary's Church 3, 10

Brewer (H. W.), reference to illustration by, of state room of Old Palace 39

Brewer's Beauties of England and Wales, reference to 12, 16, 18, 27, 28, 38

Bridewell Hospital Burial Ground, destruction threatened xxiii

Broadway, 1840, reference to view of, in Dunstan's History of Bromley 14, 42

Bromley Hall (The Manor House of the Lower Manor) 17–18

Bromley House, Manor House of Upper Manor, so called on Rocque's Map of London 15

Bromley Vestry Hall, built on site of Sir John Jolles' Almshouses 26

Bromley Wharf, house on, Three Mills-lane 31–32

Brompton-road, purchase of remnants of the Old Palace by dealer in 39

Brook-street, 16a, destruction threatened xxii

Builders' Journal, reference to 39

Bullingham House, Kensington, destroyed xix

Burleigh (Lord), see "Cecil."

Bury (George), reference to, on Jacob's monument in St. Mary's Church 6

C

Cæsar (Jul.), signature of, to deed granting certain lands to Sir Arthur Ingram 37

Capper's House, Leyton, destroyed xxi

Carlyle's (Thomas) House in Cheyne-row, destruction threatened xxii

Cartwright (Mr.), reference to 29

Cass's School, Aldgate, destroyed xx

"Catherine Wheel Inn," Bishopsgate, destroyed xx

Cecil (William, afterwards Lord Burleigh), connection with Bromley Lower Manor 18

Charity Commissioners, responsibility for care of historic buildings xxiv

Charles I. receives grant of Bromley Manor 16

Charlton House, Greenwich, work of John Thorpe 38

Charlton (Richard), tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

Chaucer, reference to St. Leonard's Nunnery in Canterbury Tales ("Nonne Prioresse") 3

Chelsea Hospital, destruction threatened xxii

Chelsea Embankment, Garden of, destroyed xviii

Chestnut House, Old Ford, destruction threatened xxiii

— contains fireplaces and overmantels of same date as some of those in the Old Palace 38

Christchurch Priory, connection with Bromley Manor 18

Christ's Hospital, destruction threatened xxii

Church-row, Aldgate, destroyed xx

Church-row, Hampstead, destroyed in part xix

Churchyard Bottom Wood, Highgate, destruction threatened xxiii

City Church Preservation Society, representative of, at conference convened by London County Council iii

City churches, several destroyed or threatened xviii, xxii

Clement's Inn destroyed xix

"Clifford (John), churchwarden, 1636," inscribed on one of St. Mary's three bells 3

Clutterbuck (W. G.), connection with coat of arms in Good Shepherd's Mission Hall, Back-alley 30

Coat of arms in St. Mary's Church 3, 29–30

"Cock Tavern," Fleet-street, destroyed xx

Coke (Sir Thomas), Giddea Hall, Romford, built by xxiv

Cole (Rev. Mr.), Strawberry-hill, extract from letter from Horace Walpole to ii

Coleherne-court, Earl's-court, destroyed xix

Coleman-street, No. 4, destroyed xix

Conference convened by London County Council xv

Cooper's Almshouses, Ratcliff, destroyed xxi

Cope (Sr Walter), connection with certain lands in Bromley 36

Cotton (Sir Thomas) receives grant of St. Leonard's Priory for 21 years 15

Cranbrook, Ilford, destruction threatened xxiii

Cumberland House, Plaistow, destruction of Old Tithe Barn threatened xxiv

Currie (Sir E. Hay), connection with Bromley Lower Manor 18

D

Daily Graphic, reference to 39

Dan (William), tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

— reference to drawing of tomb in Committee's MS. collection 13

Dance, the younger, façade of Newgate, one of the best works of xxii

Dick's Coffee House, No. 8, Fleet-street, destroyed xix

Ditchfield (Edward), connection with Bromley Manor 16

Drake (Sir Francis), house of, in the City, destroyed xx

Drapers' Almshouses, Priscilla-road 26–27

Dugdale, reference to 11

Dunstan (James), altar tablets from chancel of St. Mary's Church rescued by 28

History of Bromley, reference to 3, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 37, 39, 42

Duprie monument, the finest in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

— reference to drawings of, in Committee's MS. collection 13

E

Eastbury House, Barking, suitable for local museum xxxi

East Greenwich, manor of, rectory and parish church of Bromley to be held of the 11–12

East London Institute, Bromley Hall tenanted by deaconesses in connection with 17

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, responsibility for care of historic buildings xxiv

Edie (Messrs.), founders, owners of houses on west side of St. Mary's Vicarage 43

Edmunson (John), inscription to 27

Elizabeth, Queen, grants rectory and parish church of Bromley to Ric. Pickman and Ambrose Willoughby 11

— grants St. Leonard's Priory to Sir Thomas Cotton 15

Emanuel Hospital, Westminster, destroyed xx

Embankment garden, part of, threatened by Westminster Improvement Scheme xxxiv

Essex House, powder closets similar to those in house on Bromley Wharf 3

Eyles (Sir John), present Giddea Hall, Romford, erected by xxiv

F

Fairmead Hall, High-street, Stratford, destroyed xx

Fernside, Wandsworth - common, destruction threatened xxii

Ferrers (William), monument in St. Mary's Church, 1625 4–5, 11

— reference to drawings of monument in Committee's MS. collection 12

— connection with Bromley Lower Manor 18

Figure-head in garden of Tudor House 22

Fitzroy-square spoiled xx

"Five Bells" public-house, St. Leonard's-street, description of 24

Fleet-street (No. 17), destruction threatened xxii

— acquisition of, by London County Council xxxiii

Font in St. Mary's Church 12

Ford's Account of Bow and neighbourhood, reference to 37, 39

Foster (Joseph), connection with Bromley Lower Manor 18

Fraser and Fraser, Limited, house in works similar to No. 135, St. Leonard's-street 25

Freemasons' Lodge, "Seven Stars" public-house formerly used as 42

G

Gables (The), Wandsworth-common, destroyed xxi

Gad, tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

Gascoyne's Map of Stepney, 1703, reference to 16, 18

Gas Light and Coke Company, owners of kitchen garden of No. 135, St. Leonard's-street 25

Giddea Hall, Romford, destruction threatened xxiv

Gillham, tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

Girton (W.), lessee of Drapers' Almshouses Chapel 26

Godman (Ernest), some remnants of Old Palace now in possession of 39

The Old Palace of Bromley-by-Bow, reference to 39–42

Golder's-hill Estate, Hampstead, destruction threatened xxiii

Gomme (G.L.), preface by iii–v

Good Shepherd's Mission Hall, Back-alley 29–30

— coat of arms originally in St. Mary's Old Church 3

Gore (Mrs. Susanna), reference to, on Munden's monument in St. Mary's Church 10

Gotch's Architecture of Renaissance in England, reference to 38, 39

Gough (Joan) leases St. Leonard's Priory from Sir Ralph Sadler 15

Gragam (Hector), tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

Great Desideratum Club House, Ilford, destruction threatened xxiii

Great Eastern Railway, daily transport of passengers xxx

Great House, Leyton, destruction threatened xxiii

— suitable for local museum xxxi

"Greyhound Inn," West Ham, destroyed xxi

Grove Hall, Bow, destruction threatened xxiii

Grove Hall, Woodford, destroyed xxi

Gwilt's Encyclopædia of Architecture, reference to 38, 39

H

Halliday (Elizabeth), reference to, on Jacob's monument in St. Mary's Church 6

Hammond (A.W.), present leaseholder of "Manor House" 19

Hanover Chapel, Regent-street, destroyed xx

Hardwicke, plan similar to that of the Old Palace of Bromley 33

Hare-court, Temple, destroyed xix

Hare Hall, Romford, destruction threatened xxiv

Hare (Hugh and John), connection with Bromley Manor 15

Hare family, connection with Bromley Lower Manor 18

Harley House, Marylebone-road, destroyed xx

Harrow-green, "a quiet country spot" xxix

Haymarket Colonnades destroyed xviii

Hemingway (Messrs.), purchase of Old Palace by 38

Henry II., founder of St. Leonard's Nunnery (Weever) 11

Henry VIII. grants site of St. Leonard's Nunnery to Sir Ralph Sadler 11

— grants Bromley Manor to Sir Ralph Sadler 15

— grants Bromley Lower Manor to Richard Morrison 18

Henry, Prince of Wales, Sir Adam Newton tutor to 38

High-street, Bromley, houses in 43–44

High-street, East Ham, 17th and 18th century houses in, destroyed xxi

High-street, Putney, Nos. 84 and 85, destroyed xxi

Home Field, Chiswick, destruction threatened xxiii

How (Rev. G. A. M.), connection with coat of arms in Good Shepherd's Mission Hall, Back-alley 30

Howson, tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

Huguenot refugees, records of, in Bromley xxxii

— 17th and 18th century monuments to, in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

Hunter (Sir Robert), representative of National Trust at Conference convened by London County Council iii

I

Ilford Hall, Ilford, destruction threatened xxiii

Ingram (Sir Arthur), connection with Bromley Manor 15

— connection with Bromley Lower Manor 18

— as to granting of certain lands and tenements in Bromley to 36–37

Inner Temple Gatehouse, destruction threatened xxii

Ironmongers' Almshouses, Kingsland-road, destruction threatened xxiii

Ivy Lodge, Plaistow, destroyed xxi

J

Jacob (Sir John), monument in St. Mary's Church, 1629 5–6

— reference to drawings of monument, in Committee's MS. collection 12

— connection with Bromley Manor 15, 16, 18

— Manor House of Upper Manor, built by 38

James I., grants rectory and parish church of Bromley to Francis Morrice and Francis Philips 11

— grants Bromley Manor to Francis Morrice and Francis Philips 15

James I., Scotch colony in Bromley founded by 22

— shield of, in Old Palace of Bromley 34, 36

— connection with Old Palace 36

— and Anne of Denmark, medallion of, in Old Palace 36

Jewel Tower, Westminster, destruction threatened xxii, xxiv

Jolles' (Sir John) Almshouses, Drapers' Almshouses built on part of the site of 26

Jossiline (Sir Ralph) grants Bromley Manor to St. Leonard's Convent 15

Jukes, Coulson and Co., former owners of No. 135, St. Leonard's-street 25

K

Kent Archæological Society, representative of, at Conference convened by London County Council iii

Kerwyn (Andrew), paymaster of works, rolls of 36

Kew-bridge destroyed xxi

King (T.). Report on Education in metropolitan division, reference to xxx

Kirby Castle, Bethnal-green, work of John Thorpe 38

Kyrle Society, representative of, at Conference convened by London County Council iii

L

Lake House, Wanstead, destruction threatened xxiii

— suitable for local museum xxxi

Lake (Tho.), signature of, to deed granting certain lands to Sir Arthur Ingram 37

Latchmere allotments, Battersea, destruction threatened xxiii

Laurence Pountney-hill, 13th century crypt in, destroyed xix

Lea Hall, Leyton, destroyed xxi

Leasowes, Leyton, destroyed xxi

Leytonstone, "a rural Quaker retreat" xxix

Lincoln's-inn-fields, destruction threatened xxii, xxxiv

Lloyd (—), connection with Bromley Manor 16

London and Middlesex Archæological Society, representative of, at conference convened by London County Council iii

London and Middlesex, Bishop's Commissary of, proving of wills by 12

London, Bishop of, St. Mary's Church exempt from jurisdiction of 12

— (William), founder of St. Leonard's nunnery (Tanner) 11

London County Council, Register of Historic Buildings formed for use of iv

— General Powers Act, 1898, section re historic buildings iv

— responsibility for care of historic buildings xxiv

London County Council, purchase of Totter Down Meadows, Tooting xxiv

— Tudor House purchased by 2

— Tudor House destroyed by xxv

—acquistion of No. 17, Fleet-street xxxii

London School Board, responsibility for care of historic buildings xxiv

— Old Palace of Bromley destroyed by 33, 36, 38

London, Tilbury and Southend Railway Company, goods depot on site of house of Adam's time xv

— owners of No. 135, St. Leonard's-street 25

London Topographical Society, representative of, at Conference convened by London County Council iii

Lubbock (Sir John), motion by, before London County Council iii

Lyson's Environs, reference to 12, 15, 16, 18, 26, 27, 28, 38

— reference to special edition in Guildhall library 15

M

MacIntosh Estate, Bromley Hall part of 17

MacIntosh (Mrs.), owner of "Manor House," Brunswick-road 19

"Magpie and Stump" House, Cheyne-walk, Chelsea, some remnants of Old Palace now in 39

Malcolm's Views of London, 1836, reference to 15, 16, 38

Mandeville (Geoffrey and William de), connection with Bromley Manor 18

Mann (William), connection with Bromley Manor 16

"Manor House," Brunswick-road 19–20

Manor House of the Upper Manor of Bromley 15–16

Manor House, Woodford, destruction threatened xxiv

Manor of Bromley, account of 15–16

Massachusetts, "reservations in" xxix

"Mears (T.), Londini, 1843," inscribed on two of St. Mary's three bells 3

Merchant Houses, Bow, destroyed xx

— in the City, old, several destroyed xix

Merchant Taylors' Company, lease of crypt in Laurence Pountney-hill xix

Metropolitan Public Gardens Association, reference to plan of, for opening St. Mary's Churchyard as an open space 13

Middlesex, Archdeacon of, churchwardens of St. Mary's sworn by 12

Middlesex County Council, Pymme's-park, Edmonton, saved by action of xxii

Mile-end and Whitechapel roads, half-timber houses in, many destroyed xx

Mitre-square, Aldgate, destroyed xx

Montacute, plan similar to that of the Old Palace of Bromley 33

Morgan (Henry), alias Wolf, owner of Bromley Manor in 1583 15

Morrice (Francis), rectory and parish church of Bromley granted to, by James I. 11

— connection with Bromley Manor 15, 36

Morris (William), reference to xxv

Morrison (Richard), connection with Bromley Lower Manor 18

Munden (Sir Richard), monument in St. Mary's Church, 1680 9–10

Musée Plantin in Antwerp, reference to xxxii

Museums, importance of, to community xxxi

N

National Trust for Places of Historic or Natural Beauty, representative of, at conference convened by London County Council iii

Naunton (Sr. Robert), mention in deed granting certain lands to Sir Arthur Ingram 36

Newcourt's Repertorium Ecclesiasticum Parochiale Londinensi, reference to 11, 12

Newgate, destruction threatened xxii

Newton (Sir Adam), Charlton House built by 38

Newton (Sir Isaac), death at Bullingham House, Kensington xix

— threatened destruction of house of xxii

Northumberland House, Whitehall, entrance gateway now in Tudor House 22

O

Office of Works, responsibility for care of historic buildings xxiv

"Old Bell Inn," destroyed xix

P

Palace House School, recent name of Old Palace 37

Palace of Bromley, the Old 33–40

— site now occupied by Board School xvi

— destroyed xviii

— name practically lost xxxiii

—resemblance to Manor House of the Upper Manor 15

— underground passage from Bromley Hall to 18

— said to have been built by James I 22

— same date as "Seven Stars" public-house 41

— cupboard on ground floor of No. 124, St. Leonard-street similar to that in 45

Palestine-place, Bethnal-green, destroyed xx

Papineau (Mrs.), residence in Old Palace 36

Parishes, list of, in London, Middlesex and Essex included in Survey Committee's area xiii–xiv

Parsloes, Dagenham, suitable for local museum xxxii

Patrick, tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

Paul's Vanishing London, reference to 35, 39

Pembroke, signature of, to deed granting certain lands to Sir Arthur Ingram 37

Pest House Common, Richmond, destruction threatened xxiii

Philips (Francis), rectory and parish church of Bromley granted to, by James I. 11

— connection with Bromley Manor 15, 36

Pickman (Ric.), rectory and parish church of Bromley granted to, by Queen Elizabeth 11

Pindar (Sir Paul), house of, Bishipsgate, ceiling in Old Palace of Bromley similar to one in 34, 38

Poplar Casual Ward, now occupying site of Nos. 122 to 128, St. Leonard's-street 45

Priory-street boys' school, site of Manor House of the Upper Manor of Bromley 15

— altar tablets and coat of arms from St. Mary's Church first housed in 28, 29

Public Record Office, references to papers in 39

Pymme's-park, Edmonton, destruction threatened xxiii

— suitable for local museum xxxi

Q

"Quag-lane," private road from Bromley Hall to Poplar 18

R

Railway companies, as to objects of archæological interest excavated by v

Rancliffe House, East Ham, destruction threatened xxiv

Ray House, Woodford, destruction threatened xxiv

Rectory, Bow, destroyed xx

Rectory Manor, Walthamstow, destruction threatened xxiv

Registers, St. Mary's Church 11

Reynolds' (Sir Joshua) House in Leicester-square, destruction threatened xxii

Richardson's John Thorpe's Sketch Book, reference to 38–39

Rider (Sir. William), connection with certain lands in Bromley 36

Roberts (Sir John), monument in St. Mary's Church, 1692 6–8

— St. Mary's curacy in the gift of 12

— reference to photo of tomb of, in Committee's MS. collection 12

— connection of family with Bromley Manor 16

Rocque's Map of London, reference to 15, 16, 18, 22, 23

Rokeby House, Stratford, destroyed xxi

Rolls Chapel, destroyed xviii

Rolt (Henry), reference to, on Jacob's monument in St. Mary's Church 6

Russell (Elias), monument, reference to photo of, in Committee's MS. collection 12

— and Katherine, his wife, monument in St. Mary's Church 10

Russell-square, spoiled by block buildings xx

Rutty (G.G.), Tudor House held by trustees of 21

— purchase of Old Palace by Messrs. Hemingway from 38

S

Sadler (Sir Ralph), site of St. Leonard's Nunnery granted to, by Henry VIII 11

— connection with Bromley Manor 15, 37

St. Alban, Wood-street, now united with St. Michael, Wood-street xviii

St. Andrew's Mission Church, Gurley-street 28

— tablets originally in St. Mary's Old Church 3

St. Clement Danes Church, destruction threatened xxii

St. Ethelburga, Bishopsgate, destruction threatened xxii

St. Foix's Rue de Paris, reference to ii

St. George, Botolph-lane, threatened under Union of Benefices Act xviii

St. Laurence Jewry, now united with St. Michael Bassishaw xviii

St. Leonard's Convent, Old Church of St. Mary originally the chancel of the church of 3

— Old Palace built in part from remains of 36

St. Leonard's-street (Nos. 122 to 128) 45

— No. 135 25

— Nos. 142 and 144 24

— Tudor House fronting 200 feet on 22

— and High-street, Bromley, 17th and 18th century houses in, many destroyed xx

St. Mary, Bromley 3–13

— Churchyard, with the Huguenot tombs, destruction threatened xxii

— Vicarage 14

St. Mary-le-Strand, destruction threatened xxii

St. Mary, Stratford atte Bow, destruction threatened xxii

St. Mary Woolnoth, destruction of interior xix, xxii

St. Michael Bassishaw, destoryed under Union of Benefices Act xviii

St. Michael, Wood-street, destroyed under Union of Benefices Act xviii

St. Pancras, Old, consisted of nave and chancel only, like St. Mary's Old Church 12

Salisbury House, Ilford, destroyed xxi

Salway House, Leyton, destroyed xxi

"Scole of Stratford atte Bowe," Chaucer's name for St. Leonard's Convent 3

Scotch colony in Bromley, founded by James I. 22

—records of xxxii

—connection with James I. 36

"Seven Stars" public-house 41–42

—destroyed xx

—site now occupied by gin palace xvi

—resemblance to Nos. 142 and 144, St. Leonard's-street 24

— reference to drawing of Old Palace and 40

Seyliard (Robert), reference to, on Jacob's monument in St. Mary's Church 6

Sheffield (Lord), residence at "Workmen's Home," Bow-road 38

Shern Hall, Walthamstow, destruction threatened xxiv

"Ship Inn," Rochford, Essex, deed preserved at, relative to "Seven Stars" public-house 42

Shurley (William), tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

Shute (Richard), connection with Bromley Manor 15

Skinners' Almshouses, Mile-end, destroyed xxi

Smith, Garrett and Co., brewers, former owners of St. Mary's Vicarage 14

South Kensington Museum, ceiling from Sir Paul Pindar's house now in 34

—remnants of Old Palace now in 22, 34, 35, 39

—reference to photographs of ceilings and panelling in 39

—reference to drawings of remains of Old Palace erected in 40

Speed, reference to 11

Spencer (Thomas), connection with Bromley Manor 15

Starkey (Phillip), tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

Stephen, King, charter granted by, to St. Leonard's Nunnery 11

Stevens, tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

Steven's (Alfred) lions before British Museum railings, destroyed xviii

Stockwells, the shipbuilders, previous tenants of "Manor House," Brunswick-road 20

Stow's Survey, reference to 12, 26, 27

Strand Improvement Scheme and historic buildings xxxiii

Stratford-green, destroyed xxi

Stratford-place, destroyed in part xviii

Strype's Vicarage, Leyton, destruction threatened xxiv

Suffolke (T.), signature of, to deed granting certain lands to Sir Arthur Ingram 57

Sunny-side, Leyton, destroyed xxi

Survey of the Memorials of Greater London, Committee for the, origin of xiii

— representative at conference convened by London County Council iii

— and Register of Historic Buildings iv

—members of, during period of the work vii–viii

— Bow Church saved in part by xxii

— Trinity Hospital saved in great measure by xxii

— protests by, as to destruction of Old Palace 38–39

—state room of Old Palace of Bromley saved by 34

Surveyors' Institution, representative of, at conference convened by London County Council iii

Sweeting, tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

T

Tablets in St. Mary's Church 3, 28

Tanner's Notitia Monastica, reference to 11

Taylor, Walker and Co., brewers, owners of "Seven Stars" public-house 41

Telbin, the scene painter, work in "Manor House," Brunswick-road 19

Temple Gardens, destruction threatened xxiii

Temple House, East Ham, destruction threatened xxiv

Thornhill (Sir James), panelling in No. 10, Austinfriars in style of xix

Thorpe (John), Giddea Hall, Romford, rebuilt by xxiv

—Old Palace possibly the work of 38

Torrigiano, monument of Dr. Young in Rolls Chapel the work of xviii

Totter Down Meadows, Tooting, destruction threatened xxiv

Trinity Hospital, realised to be of interest when in danger of being removed iv, xxii

—comparison with Drapers' Almshouses 26

Trinity House, responsibility for care of historic buildings xxiv

Tudor and Sons (Messrs. S.), present leaseholders of house on Bromley Wharf, Three Mills-lane 31

Tudor family, residence in Bromley 22

Tudor House, St. Leonard's street 21–23

— destroyed xvi, xviii, xxvi

— name practically lost xxxiii

— resemblance to house on Bromley Wharf, Three Mills-lane 31

— powder closets similar to those in house on Bromley wharf 31

Turner House, Chelsea, destruction threatened xxii

U

Union of Benefices Act, destruction of City churches under xviii

Urgill (Andrew), tomb in St. Mary's Churchyard 11

V

Valentines, Ilford, destruction threatened xxiii

Van-Lore (Sr Peter), reference to, on Ferrers' monument in St. Mary's Church 5

Viansen, silver gilt chalice and paten of 1617 in St. Mary's Vicarage, possibly by 14

Village of Bromley, relics of 22

W

Walpole (Horace), reference to letter from, to Rev. Mr. Cole ii

Walthamstow, "a drowsy village in the fields" xxix

Walwood House, Leytonstone, destruction threatened xxiv

Wardrobe (The), Stepney, destroyed by London County Council xx

War Office, responsibility for care of historic buildings xxiv

Weever's Funeral Monuments, reference to 4, 11, 12

West Ham Abbey, The Old Tithe Barn of Cumberland House, Plaistow, probably the tithe barn of xxiv

— underground passage from Bromley Hall to 18

— wall destroyed xxi

Westminster Improvement Scheme, defeat of, due to enterprise of private societies xxxiv

Willoughby (Ambrose), rectory and parish church of Bromley, granted to, by Queen Elizabeth 11

Wilmer (Abraham), connection with Bromley Manor 16

Wilmer (Thom. G.), reference to, on Jacob's monument in St. Mary's Church 6

Woodin (Mr.), former tenant of "Manor House," Br inswick-road 19, 20

— residence at Old Palace 38

Wood's Ecclesiastical Antiquities of London and its Suburbs, reference to 12

Workmen's Home, Bow-road, contains ceiling similar to that in north-west room of Old Palace 38

Wren, churches of St. Michael, Wood-street, St. Michael Bassishaw, and St. George, Botolphlane, rebuilt by, after Great Fire xviii

Wright (Mr.), of Limehouse, reference to 29

Y

Young (Dr.), monument in Rolls Chapel xviii