Description of the plates

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G. H. Gater and Walter H. Godfrey (general editors)

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1934

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9-13

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'Description of the plates', Survey of London: volume 15: All Hallows, Barking-by-the-Tower, pt II (1934), pp. IX-XIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74956 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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LIST OF PLATES

Frontispiece.Painted altar-piece with Robert Tate's armsFrom a reproduction lent by Lady Millicent Hawes.
Opp. p. iii.Plan of parish showing monumentsDrawn by P.K. Kipps.
Plate
1.The Liberty of the Tower (with part of All Hallows), 1597Engraved by George Vertue (1742) from the original survey by William Haiward and J. Gascoyne.
2.The Liberty of the Tower (with part of All Hallows)Drawn by George Cruikshank (1840) from Haiward and Gascoyne's original, and ascribed by Cruikshank to the year 1553, from Harrison Ainsworth's Tower of London.
3.All Hallows parish in 1681From the plan of John Ogilby and William Morgan.
4.Tower Ward in 1720From Strype's edition (1720) of Stow's Survey from an earlier plan engraved by Richard Blome.
5.All Hallows in 1797From the plan of R. Horwood for the Phœnix Fire Office.
6.The parish in 1875From the contemporary Ordnance Survey.
7.Plan of the site of Catherine Court and Muscovy CourtMeasured drawing by the London County Council.
8.Catherine Court, elevation of south sideMeasured drawing by William Doddington and Percy W. Lovell.
9.Catherine Court, elevation of north sideMeasured drawing by William Doddington and Percy W. Lovell.
10.Catherine Court, looking eastPhotograph by George Trotman.
11.(a) Catherine Court, looking west; (b) No. 3, Catherine Court, upper part of doorwayPhotographs by George Trotman.
12.No. 4, Catherine Court, porchPhotograph by George Trotman.
13.No. 4, Catherine Court, detail of porchPhotograph by George Trotman.
14.No. 4, Catherine Court, porchMeasured drawing by William Doddington.
15.(a) No. 4, Catherine Court, rain-water down pipe; (b) No. 5, Catherine Court, inscribed tabletPhotographs by the late W. Plomer Young.
16.(a) Nos. 5, 6, and 7, Catherine Court, parapet and roofs; (b) No. 6, Catherine Court, entrance doorwayPhotographs by George Trotman.
17.(a) Nos. 7 and 8, Catherine Court, entrance doorways; (b) No. 7, Catherine Court, rain-water headPhotographs by George Trotman.
18.Nos. 7 and 8, Catherine Court, detail of entrance doorwaysMeasured drawing by Percy W. Lovell and Philip S. Hudson.
19.Catherine Court, door-knockers at (a) No. I, (b) No. 2Photographs by the late W. Plomer Young.
20.Catherine Court, door-knockersPhotographs by the late W. Plomer Young.
21.No. 4, Catherine Court, stairsPhotograph by George Trotman.
22.No. 4, Catherine Court: stairs, details of (a) bracket (b) double newelPhotographs by (a) the late W. Plomer Young and (b) Edward Yates.
23.No. 4, Catherine Court, stairs, dado panellingPhotograph by George Trotman.
24.No. 4, Catherine Court, stairs, detail of dado panellingPhotograph by George Trotman.
25.No. 4, Catherine Court, stairsMeasured drawing by William Doddington.
26.No. 5, Catherine Court, stairsPhotograph by George Trotman.
27.No. 5, Catherine Court (a) stairsPhotograph by Edward Yates.
(b) Detail of bracketPhotograph by George Trotman.
28.No. 5 Catherine Court, stairsMeasured drawing by William Doddington.
29.No. 6, Catherine Court, details of stairsMeasured drawing by William Doddington.
30.No. 10, Catherine Court, fireplacePhotograph by George Trotman.
31.(a) Catherine Court, ironwork from entrance gates; (b) No. 4, Catherine Court, cisternPhotographs by the late W. Plomer Young.
32.Seething Lane, entrance to Catherine CourtPhotograph by the London County Council.
33.33–36, Seething Lane, and entrance to Catherine CourtPhotograph by the late W. Plomer Young.
34.Nos. 35 and 36, Seething Lane, entrance door waysPhotograph by George Trotman.
35.House in Seething Lane, stairsPhotograph by the London County Council.
36.House in Seething Lane, fireplacePhotograph by the London County Council.
37.No. 34, Great Tower Street, north (entrance) frontPhotograph lent by Mr. W. Dent.
38.No. 34, Great Tower Street, entrance door way and stepsPhotograph by Edward Yates.
39.No. 34, Great Tower Street, ground-floor planMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
40.No. 34, Great Tower Street, first-floor planMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
41.No. 34, Great Tower Street, second-floor planMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
42.No. 34, Great Tower Street, front (north) elevationMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
43.No. 34, Great Tower Street, detail of entranceMeasured drawing by Hubert F. Bateman.
44.No. 34, Great Tower Street, detail of main corniceMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
45.No. 34, Great Tower Street, sectionMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
46.No. 34, Great Tower Street, grille in ground floor counting houseMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
47.No. 34, Great Tower Str eet, north-west room on first floorPhotograph lent by Mr. W. Dent.
48.No. 34, Great Tower Str eet, north-west room on first floor, detail of handrail to counterMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
49.No. 34, Great Tower Street, north-west room on first floor, fireplacePhotograph by Edward Yates.
50.No. 34, Great Tower Street, north-east room on first floor, fireplacePhotograph by Edward Yates.
51.No. 34, Great Tower Street, north-east room on first floor, detail of fireplacePhotograph lent by Mr. W. Dent.
52.No. 34, Great Tower Street, north-east room on first floor, fireplaceMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
53.No. 34, Great Tower Street, details of panelling on first floorMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
54.No. 34, Great Tower Street, north-west room on second floorPhotograph lent by Mr. W. Dent.
55.No. 34, Great Tower Street, north-west room on second floor, fireplacePhotograph by Edward Yates.
56.No. 34, Great Tower Street, south-east room on second floor, fireplacePhotograph by Edward Yates.
57.No. 34, Great Tower Street, south-east room on second floor, fireplaceMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
58.No. 34, Great Tower Street, north-east room on second floor, fireplacePhotograph by Edward Yates.
59.No. 34, Great Tower Street, stairs, second floorPhotograph by Edward Yates.
60.No. 34, Great Tower Street, stairs, detail of balustersPhotograph by Edward Yates.
61.No. 34, Great Tower Street, stairs, second floorMeasured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
62.(a) Vaults on site of old Custom HousePhotograph by Edward Yates.
(b) Plan of vaults on site of old Custom HouseMeasured drawing by Percy W. Lovell.
63.Custom House in 1663Engraved by Bartholomew Howlett.
64.View of Wren's Custom HouseFrom an engraving lent by the Librarian, H.M. Custom House.
65.Plan of Wren's Custom House after the fire of 1715From plan preserved in the Public Record Office. Treasury Papers, 1717. Vol. 210. 5 W. p. 217.
66.Elevation of the Custom House as designed by RipleyFrom engravings lent by the Librarian, H.M. Custom House.
67.The Custom House by Ripley, as erected
68.Entrance to Catherine Court, and No. 12, Trinity SquarePhotograph lent by C. W. F. Goss.
69.Trinity Square, north-west sidePhotograph lent by C. W. F. Goss.
70.No. 42, Trinity SquareMeasured drawing by G. A. Butling.
71.No. 42, Trinity SquarePhotograph lent by Tower Hill Improvement Committee.
Brasses in the church
(see also under illustrations in text.)
72.John Bacon, 1437, and Joan his wife
73.Roger James, 1591–2
74.Andrew Evyngar, 1533, and his wife EllynFrom rubbings in the possession of the Society of Antiquaries by Mill Stephenson.
75.William Thynne, 1546, and his wife Anne (before restoration)
76.Engraved fragments on the back of the Thynne brasses
77.William Tonge, 1389
78.John Rusche, 1498
79.Christopher Rawson, 1518, and his wives Margaret and Agnes
80.Agnes, widow of William Bond, 1552–3
81.John Croke, 1477, and widow Margaret
82.William Armar, 1560, and his wife Elizabeth
Monuments in the church
83.Charles de Beauvoir, 1702–3Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
84.John Croke, 1477From a photograph dated 1875 in the possession of the London Survey Committee.
85.John Croke, 1477Measured drawing by the late Robert Pearsall.
86.John Croke, 1477, detailsMeasured drawing by the late Robert Pearsall.
87.Hieronimus Benalius, 1583–4Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
88.Hieronimus Benalius, 1583–4Measured drawing by J. W. Bloe.
89.Giles Lytcott, 1696Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
90.Giles Lycott, 1696Measured drawing by A. E. Gurney.
91.Baldwin Hamey, 1640Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
92.Baldwin Hamey, 1640Measured drawing by Thomas F. Ford.
93.Edward Alexander, 1775Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
94.Edward Alexander, 1775Measured drawing by T. O. Thirtle.
95.Francis Sherwood, 1744Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
96.Francis Sherwood, 1744Measured drawing by Thomas F. Ford.
97.Charles Wathen, 1721Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
98.Charles Wathen, 1721Measured drawing by S. D. N. Cloke.
99.John Kettlewell, 1695Photograph by J. J. Edmunds.
100.John Kettlewell, 1695Measured drawing by Thomas F. Ford.
101.East end of south aisle and Anne Colleton monument, 1741Photograph by will F. Taylor.
102.Anne Colleton, 1741Original drawing by Peter Scheemakers at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
103.Francis Goldsmith, 1618Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
104.Samuel Proudfoot, 1797Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
105.Chantry Tomb at east end of south aisleMeasured drawing by T. Frank Green.
106.Chantry Tomb at east end of south aisle, detailsMeasured drawing by T. Frank Green.
107.John Winder, 1699Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
108.John Winder, 1699Measured drawing by Thomas F. Ford.
109.James Hickson, 1689Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
110.James Hickson, 1689Measured drawing by S. D. N. Cloke.
111.Francis Covell, 1621Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
112.Francis Covell, 1621Measured drawing by Francis R. Taylor.
113.Joseph Dent, 1768Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
114.Joseph Dent, 1768Measured drawing by S. D. N. Cloke.
115.Rev. William Roman, 1782Photograph by C. J. P. Cave.
Leger stones in the church
116.William Shipman, 1681Photograph by H. W. Fincham.
117.Susan Marishall, 1742Photograph by H. W. Fincham.
118.Bridget Holder, 16.Photograph by H. W. Fincham.
119.Hannah Roman, 1759Photograph by H. W. Fincham.
120.Robert Stainbank, 1754Photograph by H. W. Fincham.