List of Illustrations

An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 1, South west. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1931.

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LIST OF PLANS AND ILLUSTRATIONS WITH TITLES AND PRINCIPAL DATES

1. ABBEY DORE. plate or (p.) page
(2) Parish Church of St. Mary, formerly Dore Abbey, dating from c. 1180. Dated Plan facing p. 4
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S. 73
     Do.      Do.     Presbytery looking E. 74
     Do.      Do.     Ambulatory, E. walk 75
     Do.      Do.     Crossing from S. transept 77
     Do.      Do.     Capitals in E. arm of church 78
     Do.      Do.     Chair, early 17th-century. 27
     Do.      Do.     Door in N. aisle of presbytery, 13th-century 34
     Do.      Do.     W. Gallery, late 17th-century 61
     Do.      Do.     Glass in E. window, 1634 79
     Do.      Do.     Locker in S. transept, 13th-century 60
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) effigy of knight, mid 13th-century 43
     Do.      Do.      Do. (2)      Do.     mid 13th-century 51
     Do.      Do.      Do. (3) effigy of Bishop John le Breton, 1275 43
     Do.      Do.      Do. (6) to John Hoskins, 1638 44
     Do.      Do.     Screen, c. 1630–40 76
     Do.      Do.     Carved bosses, 13th-century 78
(6) Grange Farm, 14th-century 185
     Do.     Ceiling, 17th-century 29
2. ACONBURY.
(1) Parish church of St. John the Baptist, dating from c. 1230–40. Dated Plan p. 12
     Do.      Do.      Do.     W. Front 81
     Do.      Do.      Do.     W. Porch, 15th-century 80
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Chair, early 17th-century 26
(4) Aconbury Camp. Plan p. 14
2. ALLENSMORE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Andrew, dating from late in the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 15
     Do.      Do.     Floor-slab of Sir Andrew Herl, late 14th-century 41
     Do.      Do.     Pulpit, early 17th-century 58
4. BACTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Faith, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 19
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) of Blanche Parry, late 16th-century 82
     Do.      Do.     Chalice and paten, 15th-century 56
(9) Fortified Enclosure. Plan p. xxxiv
5. BALLINGHAM.
(1) Parish Church of St. Dubricius, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 21
(2) Ballingham Hall, c. 1602 14
8. BLAKEMERE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Leonard, dating from late in the 12th or early in the 13th century. Plan p. 23
(2) Church House Farm, 17th-century 22
(3) Cottage, 17th-century 22
(8) Cottage, 17th-century 22
9. BOLSTONE.
(1) Parish Church, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 24
     Do.     Font, early 17th-century 39
10. BREDWARDINE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Andrew, dating from the 11th century. Dated Plan p. 25
     Do.      Do.     N. Wall of nave 3
     Do.      Do.     N. and S. doorways 83
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) effigy, late 14th-century 50
     Do.      Do.      Do. (2) effigy, c. 1450 49
(3) Bredwardine Castle. Plan p. xxxvi
(9) Bottrell Farm, 16th-century 15
11. BRIDSTOW.
(1) Parish Church of St. Bridget, W. Tower, late 14th-century 3
     Do.      Do.     Chair, early 17th-century 26
     Do.      Do.     S. Door, early 14th-century 34
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) altar-tomb, c. 1300 44
(2) Wilton Castle, late 13th-century and later. Dated Plan p. 30
     Do.     Castle from S.W. 84
     Do.     N.W. tower 2
     Do.     S.W. tower 2
(3) Wilton Bridge, c. 1597. Plan p. 32
     Do.     from the S. 85
     Do.     Springing of arch 11
     Do.     Sundial, early 18th-century 11
(5) The Prison House, c. 1600 13
(12) Ashe Ingen Court. Barn, 17th-century 12
13. CALLOW.
(8) Brook Farm, Twyford, 17th-century 21
14. CLEHONGER.
(1) Parish Church of All Saints, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 36
     Do.      Do.     Tower from S.E. 3
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) effigy of knight c. 1335–40 51
     Do.      Do.      Do. (2) effigy of lady, mid 14th-century 48
     Do.      Do.      Do. (3) to Herbert Aubrey, 1671 54
15. CLIFFORD.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 38
     Do.      Do.     Monument, effigy of priest, late 13th or early 14th-century 42
(2) Motte and Bailey, Old Castleton. Plan p. xxxvi
(3) Newton Tump. Plan p. xxxvi
(4) Clifford Castle, early 13th-century. Plan p. 40
     Do.     W. tower, from S. 86
(16) Lower Court. Carved fragment, possibly pre-Conquest 9
16. CRASWALL.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 15th century or earlier. Plan p. 42
(2) Craswall Priory, 13th-century. Plan p. 43
     Do.      Do.     Apse looking E. 87
     Do.      Do.     N.W. window of Chapter House 87
(12) White Haywood Farm, c. 1635 15
17. CUSOP.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 47
     Do.      Do.     Interior looking E. 7
     Do.      Do.     Carved Impost, early 12th-century 8
(2) Cusop Castle. Plan p. xxxv
(3) Mouse Castle. Plan p. xxxv
19. DEWCHURCH, MUCH.
(1) Parish Church of St. David, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 49
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) to Sir Walter Pye, 1625 82
     Do.      Do.      Do. (2) John and Walter Pye, c. 1560–70 49
     Do.      Do.     Carved fragments, late 12th-century 9
(3) The Mynde, dating from c. 1500. Plan p. 51
     Do.     Overmantels, 17th-century 37
(11) New House Farm. Staircase, 17th-century 62
(13) Fortified Mound. Plan p. xxxiv
20. DEWSALL.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from c. 1340. Plan p. 52
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S. 6
(3) Ark Cottages, 17th-century 22
21. DINEDOR.
(2) Rotherwas Chapel, 16th-century and earlier. Plan p. 54
     Do.     Roof, late 16th-century 88
(6) Oyster Hill Camp. Plan p. 55
     Do.     Rampart on N.W. side 1
22. DORSTONE.
(1) Arthur's Stone. Plan p. 56
     Do.     Views from S. and W. 89
(2) Parish Church of St. Faith. Inscribed window-sill, c. 1356 36
     Do.      Do.     Piscina, late 13th-century 60
     Do.      Do.     Cup of 1571 57
     Do.      Do.     Coffin chalice, late 13th-century 56
(3) Dorstone Castle. Plan p. xxxv
(5) Tump at Mynydd-bûth. Plan p. xxxv
(6) Village Cross 33
(13) Bodcott Farm, early 16th-century 17
23. DULAS.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael. Chairs, 17th-century 27
24. EATON BISHOP.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from late in the 11th century. Dated Plan p. 59
     Do.      Do.     W. Tower from S.W. 90
     Do.      Do.     Glass in E. window, c. 1330 91
     Do.      Do.     Glass in S.E. window, early 14th-century 92
(4) Cottage, 17th-century 19
(15) Eaton Camp. Plan p. 61
25. EWYAS HAROLD.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 62
     Do.      Do.     Exterior S. side 93
(2) Ewyas Harold Castle. Plan p. 63
     Do.     Motte from S. 1
26. FOY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 13th century. Dated Plan p. 65
     Do.      Do.     Chair, early 17th-century 27
     Do.      Do.     S. door, 14th-century 34
     Do.      Do.     Glass in E. window, 1675 94
     Do.      Do.     Monuments, (2) to Paul, 1675; (3) to Dorothy, 1690; and (4) to George Abrahall, 1673–4 54
     Do.      Do.     Monument (6) effigy, 13th-century 43
27. GANAREW.
(2) Little Doward Camp. Plan p. 68
28. GARWAY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 70
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from N.E. 95
     Do.      Do.     Chancel-arch 96
     Do.      Do.     Responds of      Do. 10
     Do.      Do.     Bell of 1710 25
(2) Church House Farm, Dovecote, early 14th-century 97
29. GOODRICH.
(1) Parish Church of St. Giles, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 73
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) altar-tomb, c. 1280 44
     Do.      Do.      Do. (2) to Thomas Tovey 1708, table-tomb 44
     Do.      Do.     Cups of 1617 and 1665 57
(2) Goodrich Castle, late 12th-century and later. Dated Plan p. 75
     Do.     Keep from the N., late 12th-century 98
     Do.     Gatehouse from N.E., c. 1300 102
     Do.     Chapel, looking E., c. 1300 101
     Do.      Do.     Sedile and piscina, 13th century and c. 1300 60
     Do.     S.E. Tower, c. 1300 99
     Do.     Solar looking W., c. 1300 100
     Do.     Bridge and gatehouse from Moat, c. 1300 and later 103
     Do.     Incised figure in S.E. tower, late 14th-century 40
(3) Flanesford Priory, c. 1346. Dated Plan p. 79
     Do.     Exterior from S. 104
     Do.     W. end 13
(5) Cottage, 17th century 22
(8) Newhouse Farm, 1636. Plan p. 80
     Do.     Exterior from S.W. 105
     Do.      Do.     from N.E. 14
(11) Huntsham Court, W. Porch, early 17th-century 13
30. GRAFTON.
(1) Church of St. Peter, Upper Bullingham, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 83
(2) Court Farm, early 17th-century 18
33. HENTLAND.
(1) Parish Church of St. Dubricius, dating from c. 1300. Dated Plan p. 85
     Do.      Do.     Bells 25
     Do.      Do.     Chair, early 17th-century 26
     Do.      Do.     Churchyard Cross, late 14th-century 33
(3) Gillow Manor, dating from the 14th century Plan p. 86
     Do.     Exterior from N.W. 176
     Do.     Inner arch of gateway 13
     Do.     Effigy in cellar, 15th-century 40
     Do.     Staircase, late 16th-century 62
(4) Great Treaddow. Crutch-truss, mediæval 21
(11) Gaer Cop. Plan p. 89
34. HEREFORD.
Plan of City p. 119
(1) Cathedral Church and Buildings, early 12th-century and later. Dated Plan end of book
     Do.      Do.     Plan of Norman E. end p. 93
     Do.      Do.     Plan showing position of Brasses and Monuments p. 105
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S.E. 108
     Do.      Do.     Central Tower from S.W., c. 1300–10 Frontispiece
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S.W. 113
     Do.      Do.     N. side of presbytery clearstorey, 13th-century 116
     Do.      Do.     E. side of S. transept, early 12th-century 109
     Do.      Do.     N. bay of      Do.      Do. 111
     Do.      Do.     N. Porch, early 16th-century 120
     Do.      Do.     Doorway flanking N. porch,      Do. 121
     Do.      Do.     Inner doorway of porch, c. 1300 121
     Do.      Do.     Window in Sacristy, early 12th-century 110
     Do.      Do.     Presbytery N. side with stalls 151
     Do.      Do.     N. Transept looking N.E., mid 13th-century 107
     Do.      Do.     S. Transept E. wall, early 12th-century 112
     Do.      Do.     Nave, N. arcade from E., 12th-century 114
     Do.      Do.     N. aisle of nave, looking E. 115
     Do.      Do.     Lady Chapel. Interior to E., early 13th-century 118
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     W.,      Do. 119
     Do.      Do.      Do.     S. side,      Do. 146
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Screen of Audley Chapel, c. 1500 147
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Crypt, looking E., early 13th-century 117
     Do.      Do.     Stanbery Chapel. Interior, c. 1474 106
     Do.      Do.     Bell, 6th, 15th-century 25
     Do.      Do.     Brass (25) of Richard Delamere, 1435 128
     Do.      Do.     Brass (26) of Dean Edmund Frowsetoure, 1529 128
     Do.      Do.     Chair in presbytery, late 12th or early 13th-century 127
     Do.      Do.      Do.     drawing p. 107
(1) Cathedral Church and Buildings, Chest in Library, late 13th or early 14th-century 131
     Do.      Do.     Coffin-lid in N.E. transept, late 13th-century 42
     Do.      Do.     Font, 12th-century 127
     Do.      Do.     Gallery and Monument (30), early 14th-century 140
     Do.      Do.     Glass in Lady Chapel, late 13th-century 130
     Do.      Do.      Do.     in S. aisle of Presbytery, early 14th-century 129
     Do.      Do.     Image of St. Ethelbert, late 15th or early 16th-century 148
     Do.      Do.     Mappa Mundi, c. 1305 150
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) to Joan Bohun, 1327 132
     Do.      Do.      Do. (2) to Peter de Grandison, mid 14th-century 133
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     effigy 50
     Do.      Do.      Do. (4) early 14th-century 137
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     effigy 46
     Do.      Do.      Do. (5) to Andrew Jones, 1497 41
     Do.      Do.      Do. (11–14) effigies 43
     Do.      Do.      Do. (16) of Bishop Coke, 1646 143
     Do.      Do.      Do. (18 and 19) and Image 144
     Do.      Do.      Do. (20) of Bishop Stanbery, 1474 135
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     effigy 46
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     weepers 136
     Do.      Do.      Do. (21) of Bishop Braose, early 14th-century 47
     Do.      Do.      Do. (22) of Bishop Bennet, 1617 144
     Do.      Do.      Do. (23) of Bishop Mayhew, 1516 139
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     effigy 46
     Do.      Do.      Do. (29) of Bishop Aquablanca, 1268 138
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     effigy 47
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     crucifix 148
     Do.      Do.      Do. (35) of Bishop Charlton, 1343–4 145
     Do.      Do.      Do. (36) of Bishop Westfaling, 1601–2 143
     Do.      Do.      Do. (37) of Bishop Field, 1636 53
     Do.      Do.      Do. (38) of St. Thomas Cantilupe, 1282 134
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     weepers 136
     Do.      Do.      Do. (39) of Dean Aquablanca, 1320 47
     Do.      Do.      Do. (40) of Alexander Denton, effigies, c. 1566 52
     Do.      Do.      Do. (41) of Bishop Trevenant, 1404 142
     Do.      Do.      Do. (42) of Sir R. Pembridge, 1375 142
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     effigy 51
     Do.      Do.      Do. (43) of Bishop Booth, 1535 141
     Do.      Do.      Do. (44) of Dean Ledbury, 1353 (probably earlier) 137
     Do.      Do.      Do. (45) of Treasurer Pembridge, 1328 145
     Do.      Do.      Do. (51) of William Evans, 1659, busts 53
     Do.      Do.     Châsse of St. Thomas of Canterbury, early 13th-century 152
     Do.      Do.     Coffin Chalice of Bishop Swinefield, 1317 56
     Do.      Do.     Pulpit in nave, early to mid 17th-century 154
     Do.      Do.     Stalls, early 14th-century. Misericordes (five plates) 65–69
     Do.      Do.     Carved 12th-century stones 149
     Do.      Do.     Bishop's Cloister, E. walk, late 14th-century 122
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Doorway to Chapter-house, c. 1360 123
     Do.      Do.     Bishop's Palace. Details of roof, late 12th-century 24
     Do.      Do.     College of Vicar's Choral, c. 1473. Cloister looking N.W. 124
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Corridor looking S., late 15th-century 125
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     Details of roof 126
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Table in Common Room, early 17th-century 72
(2) Parish Church of St. Peter, dating from late in the 12th or early in the 13th century. Dated Plan p. 120
     Do.      Do.     Tower and spire from S.E. 5
     Do.      Do.     Organ Case, c. 1700 61
     Do.      Do.     Stalls, c. 1430–50 64
(3) Parish Church of All Saints, dating from early in the 13th century. Dated Plan p. 123
     Do.      Do.     Tower and spire from E. 5
     Do.      Do.     Roof of N. aisle, mid 15th-century 23
     Do.      Do.     Chest, 14th-century 131
     Do.      Do.     Communion Table, c. 1620–30 72
     Do.      Do.     Cups of 1570 and 1634 57
     Do.      Do.     Piscina in N. Chapel, early 14th-century 60
     Do.      Do.     Pulpit, 1621 154
     Do.      Do.     Stalls, late 14th-century, S. side 155
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Misericordes (two plates) 70–71
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Canopies 64
(6) Wye Bridge, dating from the 14th century. Plan p. 127
(6) Wye Bridge from the S.W. 153
     Do.     Details 11
(7) The White Cross, c. 1360–70 156
(9) Blackfriars Ruins, 14th-century and later. Dated Plan p. 128
(10) Coningsby's Hospital, 13th-century and c. 1614. Plan p. 130
     Do.     Exterior from S.W. 158
     Do.     Courtyard 158
     Do.     Pew in chapel, early 17th-century 61
(11) St. Giles' Hospital. Plan of destroyed 12th-century chapel p. 131
     Do. 12th-century tympanum 8
(14) Aubrey's Almshouses, c. 1630, W. front 157
(15) Price's Almshouses, c. 1665. Plan p. 132
(17) The Old House, 1621, from the S.W. 159
     Do.     Porch 35
(21) The Booth Hall. Details of roof, c. 1400 24
(36) House, No. 47 Broad Street. Panelling, 17th-century 32
(37) White Hart Inn. Plaster ceilings, 17th-century 30
(52) House, No. 33 Bridge Street. Overmantel, 1632 37
(53) Black Lion Inn, early 17th-century. Courtyard 16
     Do.     Plaster ceiling 30
     Do.     Overmantel 37
(56) Houses Nos. 38 and 39 Berrington Street, mid 17th-century 16
(60) House Nos. 4 and 5 Little Berrington Street, late 15th or early 16th-century 16
(83) House No. 131a Widemarsh Street, early 17th-century 80
(90) White Horse Hotel, early 17th-century 16
(97) House No. 133 St. Owen's Street. Early 17th-century, paintings and panelling 32
(99) House Nos. 29 and 30 Castle Street. Roof, late 14th-century 23
     Do.      Do.     Staircase, c. 1700 63
(105) Constitutional Club. Plaster ceiling, 17th-century 160
(108) House No. 24 Church Street. Plaster ceiling, early 17th-century 160
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do. 30
(113) St. Martin's Nursery, 17th-century 20
(117) Range of tenements in Belmont Road, probably 16th-century 16
(121) Hinton Court, 17th-century 20
(123) Cottage with mediæval crutch-truss 21
(130) The Moor, Huntington, 17th-century 20
(133) Scot's Hole. Plan p. xxxv
35. HOLME LACY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Cuthbert, dating from the 13th century. Dated Plan p. 145
     Do.      Do.     S. arcade of Chancel, c. 1280 7
     Do.      Do.     Font, late 17th-century 39
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) of John Scudamor, 1571. 45
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     do effigies 52
     Do.      Do.      Do. (2) James Scudamore, 1668 161
     Do.      Do.      Do. (3) to Jane Scudamore, 1699–1700 162
     Do.      Do.     Stalls, 15th-century 64
(2) Holme Lacy House, late 17th-century. Plan p. 148
     Do.     Exterior from the N.E. 163
     Do.     Plaster ceiling in Saloon 164
     Do.     Details of ceilings 31
36. KENDERCHURCH.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 16th-century or earlier. Plan p. 152
     Do.      Do.     Pulpit, early 17th-century 58
     Do.      Do.     Screen, late 15th-century 76
37. KENTCHURCH.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Monument (1) of John Scudamore, 1616 53
(2) Tump. Plan p. xxxiv
(5) Kentchurch Court, 14th-century and later. Plan p. 154
     Do.     Exterior from N. 165
(6) Pontrilas Court, c. 1630–40 and later. Plan p. 155
     Do.     Exterior from N. 163
     Do.     Dovecote. 97
38. KILPECK.
(1) Parish Church of SS. Mary and David, dating mainly from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 156
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Exterior from S.E. 168
     Do.      Do.      Do.     N.E. angle of nave, pre-Conquest 3
     Do.      Do.      Do.     S. doorway 169
     Do.      Do.      Do.      Do.     details (two plates) 9 & 170
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Interior looking E. 166
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Interior of Apse 167
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Details of Chancel-arch 170
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Font, late 12th or early 13th-century 38
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Stoup, late 12th-century 40
(2) Kilpeck Castle. Plan. p. 159
     Do.     Motte looking N.W. 1
(3) Kilpeck Court, c. 1600 17
(11) Barn at Withington Farm, 17th-century 12
39. KINGSTONE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 161
     Do.      Do.     Details of capitals, 13th-century 8
     Do.      Do.     Chest, 13th-century 28
(2) Kingstone Grange, c. 1600 18
40. LLANCILLO.
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter, dating from late in the 11th or early in the 12th century. Plan p. 164
     Do.      Do.     Chest, 13th-century 28
     Do.      Do.     Pulpit, 1632 and later 59
(2) Mound. Plan p. xxxv
(6) Outbuilding near Little Goytre, 17th-century 12
41. LLANDINABO.
(1) Parish Church of St. Dinebo, of uncertain date. Plan p. 166
     Do.      Do.     Screen, c. 1520–30 171
42. LLANGARREN.
(1) Parish Church of St. Deinst, dating from the 14th century. Plan p. 167
     Do.      Do.     Tower from S. 5
     Do.      Do.     Font, 14th-century 39
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) to William Gwillym, 1698 55
     Do.      Do.      Do. (3) effigy, late 13th or early 14th-century 43
     Do.      Do.     Pulpit, c. 1630 59
     Do.      Do.     Carved stone, probably 12th-century 9
(3) Langstone Court. Interior of hall, c. 1700 172
     Do.     Main staircase, c. 1700 174
     Do.     Second staircase, early 17th-century 62
     Do.     Plaster ceilings, 17th-century 29
(4) Bernithan Court, c. 1695. Plan p. 169
     Do.     Exterior from S. 173
     Do.     Staircase 174
(5) Ruxton Court, 15th-century and later 17
(7) The Grove. Plaster ceiling, c. 1594 29
43. LLANROTHAL.
(1) Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 171
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S.E. 4
     Do.      Do.     Cup of 1618 57
     Do.      Do.     Pulpit, c. 1630 59
(2) Tregate Castle. Plan p. xxxvi
(5) Broom Farm, c. 1674 15
(7) Llanrothal Farm, 14th-century and later 21
44. LLANVEYNOE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 173
     Do.      Do.     Slabs, probably 11th-century 40
(16) Daren Farm Barn, late 15th or early 16th-century. Interior 12
(19) Great Turnant. Door, late 16th or early 17th-century 35
(23) Glan-dŵr. Doorway,      Do. 35
(25) Olchon Court Farm, late 15th or early 16th-century 14
(26) Firs Farm, late 16th or early 17th-century 15
45. LLANWARNE.
(1) Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, dating from the 13th century. Dated Plan p. 177
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from the S. 176
     Do.      Do.     Interior looking E. 175
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) to William Jones, 1598 55
(3) Upper Monkton, early 17th-century 20
46. LONGTOWN AND CLODOCK.
(1) Parish Church of St. Clodock, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 179
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S.E. 6
(2) Parish Church of St. Peter Longtown, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 181
(3) Longtown Castle. Plan p. 182
     Do.     Keep, late 12th or early 13th-century, from N.W. 177
     Do.     Rampart and Keep 2
(4) Motte and bailey at Pont-hendre. Plan p. xxxiv
     Do.      Do.     Motte from the E. 1
(5) Old Court Farm, 14th-century and later. Plan p. 185
     Do.     Exterior 14
     Do.     Window, 14th-century 13
     Do.     Roof,      Do. 23
(6) Ty-mawr, 14th-century and later. Plan p. 186
     Do.     Roof, 14th-century 23
(7) Great Bilbo. Doorway, 15th-century 35
(12) Greyhound Inn, 16th-century timber-framing 21
47. MADLEY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 192
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from E. 178
     Do.      Do.     W. Tower, early 13th-century 181
     Do.      Do.     Nave looking E. 179
     Do.      Do.     Interior looking N.W. 182
     Do.      Do.     Crypt, early 14th-century 183
     Do.      Do.     Churchyard Cross, late 14th-century 33
     Do.      Do.     W. door, 13th-century 34
     Do.      Do.     Door to stair-turret, 13th-century 34
     Do.      Do.     Glass in E. window, 13th and 14th-century 130
     Do.      Do.     Monument (3) of Richard Willison, 1574–5 45
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Effigy of Anne Willison 48
     Do.      Do.     Piscina and Sedilia, c. 1320 60
     Do.      Do.     Screen, early 17th-century and earlier 180
     Do.      Do.     Stalls, late 15th or early 16th-century 64
(13) Middle Cublington Farm, 17th-century 19
48. MARSTOW.
(2) New Court. Staircase, late 17th-century 63
49. MICHAELCHURCH ESCLEY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from late in the 14th or early in the 15th century. Plan p. 199
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S. 6
     Do.      Do.     Chair, late 17th-century 26
     Do.      Do.     Painting, early 16th-century 184
(2) Michaelchurch Court, 16th-century. E. front 185
     Do.      Do.     Plasterwork in porch, 1602 186
(14) Quaker's Farm. Door, early 17th-century 35
(29) Earthwork p. xxxiv
50. MOCCAS.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 204
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S. 187
     Do.      Do.     Interior looking E. 188
     Do.      Do.     S. Doorway, 12th-century 194
     Do.      Do.     Glass in S. window, early 14th-century 92
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) Effigy of c. 1330 50
(2) Moccas Castle. Plan p. xxxvi
(3) Lower Moccas Farm, late 16th or early 17th-century and later 19
(4) New House Farm, late 16th-century 19
(11) The Cottage, 17th-century 22
51. NEWTON.
(3) Upper Gwyrlodydd. Doorway, late 16th-century 35
(5) Lower Newton Farm, late 15th or early 16th-century 21
52. ORCOP.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 208
     Do.      Do.     Cup of 1576 57
(2) Mount and Bailey. Plan p. xxxiv
53. PENCOYD.
(1) Parish Church of St. Dennis, dating from c. 1330. Plan p. 209
54. PETERCHURCH.
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 210
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from N.E. 189
     Do.      Do.     Interior looking E. 190
     Do.      Do.     S. door, 12th-century 34
     Do.      Do.     Font, 12th-century 38
(2) Urishay Chapel, possibly 12th-century. Plan p. 211
     Do.     Exterior from S.W. 4
(4) Snodhill Castle. Plan p. 212
     Do.     Keep, of c. 1200, from S. 2
(7) Snodhill Court Farm, early 17th-century. Plan p. 214
     Do.     Exterior from E. 192
     Do.     Entrance hall 192
     Do.     Staircase, 17th-century 63
(8) Wellbrook Manor, 14th-century. Plan p. 215
     Do.     Interior of Hall 191
55. PETERSTOW.
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter, dating from before the Conquest. Dated Plan p. 217
     Do.      Do.     Pulpit, c. 1620 58
(7) Little Peterstow, mediæval and later 21
56. PRESTON ON WYE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Lawrence, dating from late in the 12th century. Plan p. 219
57. ROWLSTONE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 220
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from N. 6
     Do.      Do.     Chancel-arch, 12th-century 193
     Do.      Do.      Do.     details 10
     Do.      Do.     S. Doorway, 12th-century 194
     Do.      Do.      Do.     details 10
     Do.      Do.     Iron brackets, 15th or early 16th-century 36
58. ST. DEVEREUX.
(1) Parish Church of St. Dubricius, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 223
     Do.      Do.     Communion Table, early 17th-century 72
     Do.      Do.     Cup of 1576 57
(2) Motte and bailey at Didley Court. Plan p. xxxv
(3) Didley Court Farm, early 16th-century 18
(8) Lower House Farm, late 16th or early 17th-century 18
59. ST. MARGARETS.
(1) Parish Church of St. Margaret, dating from the 12th century or earlier. Plan p. 225
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S.E. 93
     Do.      Do.     Screen, late 15th or early 16th-century 195
(2) White House. Staircase, late 16th-century 62
60. ST. WEONARDS.
(1) Parish Church of St. Weonard, dating from the 13th century Dated Plan p. 228
     Do.      Do.     Chest, 14th-century or earlier 28
     Do.      Do.     Monument (1) to Anne Williams, 1678 55
     Do.      Do.     Cup of 1628 57
     Do.      Do.     Pulpit, early 17th-century 58
     Do.      Do.     Screen of N. Chapel, early 16th-century 180
(3) Treago, late 15th-century or earlier. Plan p. 231
     Do.     Exterior from E. 196
     Do.      Do.     from N. 104
(4) Treago Bridge, 1712. W. side. 11
61. SELLACK.
(1) Parish Church of St. Tesiliog, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 234
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from E. 197
     Do.      Do.     Chest, mediæval 28
     Do.      Do.     W. Gallery, early to mid 17th-century 7
     Do.      Do.     Glass in E. window, 1630 and earlier 94
     Do.      Do.     Monument (2) to Sir William Powell, 1680 162
(2) Caradoc, 16th-century and later. Plan p. 236
     Do.     Exterior from N.E. 198
     Do.     Paintings in attic, 17th-century 32
62. THRUXTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Bartholomew, dating from the 14th century. Plan p. 237
     Do.      Do.     Font, 1677 39
63. TRETIRE WITH MICHAELCHURCH.
(2) Church of St. Michael, Michaelchurch, dating from late in the 11th or early in the 12th century. Plan p. 239
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Exterior from S.E. 4
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Font, 12th-century 38
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Painted decoration on E. wall, 13th-century 184
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Roman Altar 40
(3) Tretire Castle. Plan p. xxxiv
65. TURNASTONE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, perhaps dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 241
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S.E. 4
     Do.      Do.     Slab of Thomas Aparri, 1522 41
     Do.      Do.     Pulpit, early 17th-century 59
66. TYBERTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Churchyard Cross, 14th-century 156
     Do.      Do.     Monument (2) to Anne Brydges, 1696 55
67. VOWCHURCH.
(1) Parish Church of St. Bartholomew, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 244
     Do.      Do.     Exterior from S.W. 199
     Do.      Do.     Interior looking E. 199
(3) Tumps at Chanstone Mill. Plan p. xxxv
(4) The Old Vicarage, early 16th-century 17
(6) Earthwork near Poston House. Plan p. 246
68. WALTERSTONE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 14th or early 15th century. Plan p. 246
     Do.      Do.     Churchyard Cross, 15th or early 16th-century 33
(2) Motte and bailey. Plan p. xxxiv
(3) Allt-yr-ynys. Plaster ceiling, late 16th or early 17th-century 29
(8) Walterstone Camp. Plan p. 247
69. WELSH BICKNOR.
(1) Parish Church of St. Margaret, Monument (1), effigy, late 13th- or early 14th-century 48
     Do.      Do.     Cup, probably of 1576 57
70. WELSH NEWTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 249
     Do.      Do.     Interior showing screen of c. 1330 7
     Do.      Do.     Stone seat, 13th-century 60
(2) Pembridge Castle, dating from late in the 12th or early in the 13th century. Dated Plan p. 251
     Do.     Exterior from S.W. 200
71. WHITCHURCH.
(1) Parish Church of St. Dubricius, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 253
     Do.      Do.     Font, late 12th century 38
(2) Old Court, 16th-century and later. N. Front 173
(3) Brook House. Staircase, c. 1650 63
72. WORMBRIDGE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter or St. Thomas, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 255
     Do.      Do.      Do.     Communion Table, early 17th-century 72