List of Illustrations

An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 3, North West. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1934.

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'List of Illustrations', in An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Herefordshire, Volume 3, North West, (London, 1934) pp. v-xvii. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/rchme/heref/vol3/v-xvii [accessed 22 April 2024]

LIST OF PLANS AND ILLUSTRATIONS WITH TITLES AND PRINCIPAL DATES

GENERAL. plate or (p.) page
Map of Offa's Dyke in Herefordshire p. xxxi
Pre-historic Camps. Types of Entrances p. xliv
" " Types of Pottery p. xlviii
Map showing Roman remains p. l
Reconstruction of a 14th-century Hall p. lxvii
Masons' Marks in Herefordshire p. 222
Architectural Mouldings in Herefordshire p. 224–5
1. ADFORTON.
(1) Grange. Remains of Wigmore Abbey, dating from the 12th century. Site Plan p. 2
     Do.     Remains of Monastic Buildings. Dated Plan p. 3
     Do.     W. range, S. side 82
     Do.     W. range, 15th-century window 82
     Do.     The Gatehouse 28
     Do.     Building adjoining road 82
     Do.12th-century stones 17
(11) Fairfield, 14th-century roof-truss 39
(14) Brandon Camp. Plan p. 4
2. ALMELEY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from c. 1200. Dated Plan p. 5
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S.E. 84
     Do.     do.      do. from the N.E. 6
     Do.     do. Roof of the nave, early 16th-century 11
     Do.     do. Painted ceiling, early 16th-century 83
     Do.     do. Recess in chancel, 14th-century 78
     Do.     do. Panelling in nave 49
(2) Friends' Meeting House, c. 1672 31
(3) Almeley Castle. Plan p. xxviii
(5) Manor House, mediæval and later 20
     Do.     Porch 43
(6) Summer House, 17th-century 36
(19) Upper Stocks, mediæval and later 30
3. ASTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Giles, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 8
     Do.     do. N. doorway tympanum, 12th-century 85
     Do.     do.      do.      do. Impost 16
     Do.     do. Carved stone, 12th-century 16
(2) Mound or tump. Plan p. xxviii
(4) Mound. Plan p. xxviii
4. AYMESTREY.
(1) Parish Church of St. John the Baptist and St. Alkmund, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 10
     Do.     do.      do. S. arcade, 12th and 16th-century 12
     Do.     do.      do. Pulpit, early 17th-century 71
     Do.     do.      do. Rood-screen, early 16th-century 86
     Do.     do.      do. Parclose screens, early 16th-century 77
(2) Leinthall Earls. Chapel of St. Andrew, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 11
(3) Gatley Park, c. 1630–40. Plan p. 11
     Do.     N.W. Front 34
     Do.     Staircase 75
(30) Croft Ambrey Camp. Plan p. 13
(31) Pyon Wood Camp. Plan p. 14
     Do.     N.E. Entrance 3
(32) Mound in Camp Wood. Plan p. xxix
5. BIRLEY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 15
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S. 6
     Do.     do. Chancel-arch, c. 1330 87
     Do.     do.      do. S. respond 16
     Do.     do. Font, late 12th-century 54
     Do.     do. Pulpit, 1633 70
(3) House, 17th-century 24
6. BISHOPSTONE.
(1) Roman House. Mosaic pavement 88
(2) Parish Church of St. Laurence, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan. p. 17
     Do.     do. S. Porch, 14th-century 42
     Do.     do. Monument of John Berinton, 1613–14, effigies 63
7. BRAMPTON BRYAN.
(1) Parish Church of St. Barnabas, dating from the 14th century. Dated Plan p. 19
     Do.     do. Exterior, E. end 15
     Do.     do. Roof, mid 17th-century 89
     Do.     do. Effigy of woman, 14th-century 63
(2) Brampton Bryan Castle, dating from the 14th century. Dated Plan p. 20
     Do.     do. Ruins from the N.E. 90
8. BRIDGE SOLLERS.
(1) Parish Church of St. Andrew, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 21
     Do.     do. S. doorway, 12th-century 91
     Do.     do.      do.      do. Imposts 139
9. BRILLEY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 23
     Do.     do. Cast-iron floor-slab to Guilbert Hare, 1669–70 67
(2) Tump near Cwmma Farm. Plan p. xxix
(24) Rhydspence Inn, 16th-century 20
(30) Pen-tŵyn Camp. Plan p. xxix
     Do.     Outer rampart and ditch on W. side 4
10. BRIMFIELD.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from the 12th century. Exterior from S. 6
     Do.     do. Chair, c. 1640 48
(2) Nun Upton, 16th-century and later. E. front 21
11. BROBURY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene, dating from c. 1330. Plan p. 26
     Do.     do. Coffin-lid (2), early 14th-century 47 and p. 218
     Do.     do. Tomb-recess in S. wall, early 14th-century 79
     Do.     do. Font, late 12th-century 55
12. BUCKTON AND COXALL.
(3) Coxall Knoll Camp. Plan p. 28
     Do.     do. General view 4
     Do.     do. Rampart between N. and S.E. enclosures showing entrance 3
13. BURRINGTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. George. Cast-iron floor-slabs, 17th and 18th-century 92
14. BYFORD.
(1) Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 30
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S.E. 6
     Do.     do. Interior looking W. 93
     Do.     do. S. transept, E. respond, 13th-century 16
     Do.     do. W. door with 13th-century ironwork 45
     Do.     do. Font, 1638 58
(2) Byford Court, late 16th-century and later. From the S.E. 163
15. BYTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Maty, Tympanum, late 11th or early 12th-century 17
     Do.     do. Font, 12th-century 55
(4) The Woodhouse. Staircase, late 17th-century 75
16. COMBE.
(1) Combe Farm, c. 1500 and later 20
17. CROFT.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from the 14th century. Plan p. 34
     Do.     do. Monument of Sir Richard Croft, 1509 95
     Do.     do.      do.      do. figures of saints 96
     Do.     do.      do.      do. canopy 94
     Do.     do.      do.      do. effigies 63
(2) Croft Castle, dating from the 15th century and later. Plan p. 35
     Do.     Exterior from the S.W. 114
     Do.     N. Courtyard 113
     Do.     Staircase in N. wing 76
18. DILWYN.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from c. 1200. Dated Plan p. 37
     Do.     do. Exterior from S.E. 97
     Do.     do. Interior looking S.W. 98
     Do.     do. W. tower 10
     Do.     do. S. porch 99
     Do.     do. S. doorway of chancel 44
     Do.     do. Coffin-lid (1) late 13th-century 47
     Do.     do. Font, 14th or 15th-century 58
     Do.     do. Glass. Panel in chancel, 14th-century 100
     Do.     do. Tomb-recess in chancel, c. 1300–10 78
     Do.     do.      do. effigy, c. 1300–10 64
     Do.     do. Floor-slab (1) with indents, early 15th-century 66
     Do.     do. Rood-screen, 15th-century 101
     Do.     do.      do. middle rail 101
     Do.     do.      do. carved head 101
     Do.     do. Parclose in N. transept, 15th-century 101
     Do.     do.      do. in S. aisle, 15th-century 101
(4) Luntley Court, early 17th-century and later. Plan p. 39
     Do.     From the N.W. 21
     Do.     N.E. front 103
     Do.     Porch and pigeon-house 102
     Do.     Cowhouse 36
     Do.     Pigeon-house, dated 1673 41
     Do.     do. doorway 45
(5) Swanstone Court. Panelled partition, 14th-century 35
Village plan, showing position of monuments p. 41
(22) Middleton House, 14th-century roof-truss 39
(45) Lower Hurst. Pigeon-house, 17th-century 41
(50) White House, 17th-century 32
(60) Bidney Farm. Pigeon-house, 17th-century 41
19. DOCKLOW.
(1) Parish Church of St. Bartholomew, dating from the 12th century. Exterior from the N.W. 10
(2) Uphampton Farm, early 17th century 29
(5) Cottage, c. 1700 29
20. DOWNTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Giles, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 44
     Do.     do. Exterior from the N. 14
     Do.     do. Interior of chancel 14
     Do.     do. Nave looking N.E. 14
(4) Downton Camp. Plan p. xxviii
21. EARDISLAND.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from c. 1200. Dated Plan p. 46
     Do.     do. Chair, 17th-century 48
     Do.     do. Piscina and Sedilia, 14th-century 61
     Do.     do. Recess in S. wall of chancel, 14th-century 79
     Do.     do. Screen under tower-arch, late 15th-century 77
(2) Moated Mound. Plan p. xxix
(3) Burton Court. Roof of hall, 14th-century 35
     Do.     Pigeon-house, 17th-century 41
(4) Staick House, 14th-century and later. Plan p. 47
     Do.     S. front 118
Village plan, showing position of monuments p. 49
Village looking S.E. 104
(7) Old School House. Whipping-post 80
(9) Range of Cottages and Barn, 16th-century and later 21
(43) House, late 16th-century 30
(44) House, 17th-century 23
(49) Lower Burton Farm, late 16th-century 23
(52) Lower Rhydimoor Farm, 17th-century 32
22. EARDISLEY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene, dating from c. 1200. Dated Plan p. 51
     Do.     do. Exterior from N.E. 7
     Do.     do. Interior looking W. 12
     Do.     do. Font, 12th-century 105
     Do.     do.      do. details 105
     Do.     do. Monument (1) to Alice Harper, 1680 69
(2) Bollingham Chapel, dating from the 12th or 13th century. Plan p. 52
(3) Eardisley Castle. Plan p. xxix
(4) Eardisley Park. Fireplace in bedroom, early 18th-century 52
     Do.     Staircase, early 18th-century 75
Village plan, showing position of monuments p. 54
(5) Upper House Farm, 15th century and later. From the N.W. 31
(9) Cottage, 14th-century 26
(30) Eardisley Wootton. Barn, 13th-century 37
(31) Bower Cottage, 17th-century 30
(34) Upper Welson, 17th-century and earlier 22
(54) Woodeaves Farmhouse, 16th-century and later 26
(56) Cottage, 17th-century 32
(58) Cottage, 17th-century 32
(60) Parton, 17th-century and later 31
23. ELTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 57
     Do.     do. Communion Cup of 1571 60
     Do.     do. Royal Arms of Queen Elizabeth 120
     Do.     do. Rood-screen, 15 th-century 77
(4) Cottage, 17th-century 27
24. EYE, MORETON AND ASHTON.
(1) Parish Church of SS. Peter and Paul, dating from late in the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 58
     Do.     do. N. porch, late 14th-century 106
     Do.     do. Monument (2) ascribed to Sir Richard Cornewall, c. 1540 and his wife, effigies 65
     Do.     do. Monument (3) ascribed to Sir Rowland Cornewall, c. 1520, effigy 65
(3) Eye Manor, 1680. Plan p. 59
     Do.     Ceiling in entrance hall 110
     Do.     Staircase 109
     Do.     do. detail 74
Do.     Ceiling in S.E. room 111
     Do.     do. details 112
     Do.     Ceiling in S.W. room 110
     Do.     Ceiling in N.W. room, details 112
     Do.     Ceiling in middle room on first floor 111
     Do.     Fireplace on first floor 53
(24) Earthwork. Plan p. xxviii
25. EYTON.
(1) Parish Church of All Saints, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 61
     Do.     do. Porringer of 1697 59
     Do.     do. Rood-screen, late 15th-century 107
(2) Eyton Court, early 16th-century and later. From the N.W. 108
     Do.     Panelled oak ceiling on first floor 109
(3) The Marsh. Roof of hall, late 14th or early 15th-century 38
26. FORD.
(1) Chapel. Plan p. 63
     Do.     Communion Cup of 1689 60
29. HARPTON LOWER.
Offa's Dyke. On S. slope of Herrock Hil 81
30. HATFIELD.
(1) Parish Church of St. Leonard, dating from late in the 11th century. Dated Plan p. 64
     Do.     do. Masonry of N. wall of nave 85
     Do.     do. N. doorway, late 11th century 44
     Do.     do. Monument (1) to Sara Geers, 1672–3 68
     Do.     do.      do. (2) to Timothy Colles, 1679 68
     Do.     do.      do. (3) to John Colles, 1641 68
(2) Hatfield Court Farm, late 16th-century 34
31. HEREFORD, LITTLE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 65
     Do.     do. Nave looking E. 13
     Do.     do. Chair, c. 1630 48
     Do.     do. Twin tomb-recesses in chancel, c. 1340 78
     Do.     do. Tomb-recess in nave, c. 1320 78
(2) Earthworks. Plan p. xxix
(3) Upton Court, late 16th-century and later. From the N.W 18
(4) Manor Farm, early 17th-century staircase 73
(12) Rectory Cottage, early 16th-century 24
32. HOPE-UNDER-DINMORE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary. Font, late 13th-century 117
     Do.     do. Incised slab to Humfrey Conyngsbye, 1508 66
(2) Hampton Court, 15th-century and later. Plan p. 69
     Do.     N. front 114
     Do.     Gatehouse, S. side 116
     Do.     S. side of courtyard 113
     Do.     Painted roof of Chapel 115
(3) Winsley House. Porch, early 16th-century 36
(4) Middle Hill Farm, 14th-century roof-truss 39
33. HUMBER.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from late in the 12th century. Plan p. 72
     Do.     do. S. porch, 14th-century 42
     Do.     do. Font, 12th-century 56
     Do.     do. Monument to Oliver Hughes, 1671 67
     Do.     do. Pulpit, 17th-century panels 70
(8) Risbury Camp. Plan p. 73
     Do.     Junction of Outer and Middle Ditches on N.E. 2
     Do.     Outer defences on E. 1
     Do.     W. entrance 2
     Do.     E. entrance 2
     Do.     do. showing causeway 2
34. HUNTINGTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Thomas of Canterbury, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 75
(2) Huntington Castle. Plan p. 76
     Do.     From the W. 5
(3) Turret Castle. Plan p. 76
(15) Turret Tump. From the N.E. 5
35. KIMBOLTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. James, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 77
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S.W. 10
     Do.     do. Linen-fold panelling in chancel, early 16th-century 49
(3) Stockton Bury. Dovecote, probably mediæval 40
(13) Pateshall Farm, 17th-century 29
(18) Upper Bache. Dovecote, late 17th or early 18th-century 40
(22) Bach Camp. Plan p. 79
36. KINGSLAND.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from the 13th century. Dated Plan p. 80
     Do.     do. Exterior from the N.E. 121
     Do.     do. Volka Chapel and N. porch. Exterior 15
     Do.     do.      do. Interior. 87
     Do.     do. Nave, looking W. 12
     Do.     do. Glass in E. window, 14th-century 122
     Do.     do.      do.      do. details of three panels 122
     Do.     do.      do. in Middle S. window, figure of archbishop 100
(2) Kingsland Castle. Plan p. 82
(3) Black Hall, 14th-century and later 28
(4) The Rectory. Staircase, early 18th-century 75
Village plan, showing position of monuments p. 84
(19) Angel House, late 16th-century 19
(21) Old House, 17th-century 24
(60) House, mediæval and later 23
(61) Must Mill, late 15th-century 31
37. KING'S PYON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the late 11th or early 12th century. Dated Plan p. 86
     Do.     do. Exterior from the N.W. 124
     Do.     do. S. doorway of chancel, 13th-century 44
     Do.     do. N. respond-capital of chancel-arch, late 12th-century 16
     Do.     do. S. doorway of nave, late 12th-century 44
     Do.     do. Nave roof, early 14th-century 123
     Do.     do. Font, 13th-century 55
     Do.     do. Monument and effigies of a Mortimer and lady, 14th-century 94
(2) Butt House, 17th-century 118
     Do.     Gatehouse 119
(3) Black Hall, S. wing, late 16th-century 19
     Do.     Barn, mediæval 37
(6) Dovecote at Brook House, early 18th-century 41
38. KINGTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from c. 1200. Dated Plan p. 89
     Do.     do. Exterior from the E. 7
     Do.     do. Nave looking W. 12
     Do.     do. Font, late 12th-century 56
     Do.     do. Monument (1) Thomas Vaughan, 1469, and wife 64
     Do.     do.      do. (4) to William Mathews, 1688 67
(3) Lady Hawkins Grammar School. Plan p. 91
Town plan, showing position of monuments p. 93
39. KINGTON RURAL.
(2) Hergest Court. N.W. front, 15th-century 31
     Do.     Staircase, early 17th-century 73
(8) Empton Farm, 17th-century 24
(10) Apostles Farm, mediæval and later 25
(15) Lilwall Farm. Fireplace, early 18th-century 53
(26) Holywell, 17th-century 32
40. KINNERSLEY.
(1) Parish Church of St. James, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 96
     Do.     do. Exterior from the W. 125
     Do.     do. Chairs, 17th-century 48
     Do.     do. Monument of Francis Smalman, 1633 126
(2) Kinnersley Castle, late 16th-century. Plan p. 98
     Do.     Exterior from S.E. 128
     Do.     Upper drawing-room 127
     Do.     do. detail of ceiling 72
     Do.     do. fireplace and overmantel, dated 1618 52
(11) Gate Farm, 17th-century 32
(12) Cottage, mediæval 26
41. KINSHAM.
(1) Parish Church of All Saints, dating from late in the 13th century. Plan p. 100
(2) Lower Court, mediæval and later 30
42. KNILL.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 102
     Do.     do. Churchyard Cross, probably 14th-century 46
     Do.     do. Font, c. 1200 57
(2) Knill Court. Fireplace in dining-room, dated 1632 52
Offa's Dyke. Angle bend on Rushock Hill 1
43. LAYSTERS.
(1) Parish Church of St. Andrew, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 103
     Do.     do. Interior looking E. showing roof 11
     Do.     do. S. doorway, 12th-century 44
     Do.     do. Monument (1) of William Yeamans, 1710–11 67
(2) Cinders. House and outbuilding, mediæval and later 29
(6) Whitehouse Farm. Cider-mill and press 80
44. LEINTHALL STARKES.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 104
     Do.     do. Communion Cup, 1571 60
(2) Cottage, mediæval 26
(9) Cottage, 17th-century 33
45. LEINTWARDINE.
(2) Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 106
     Do.     do. W. front 15
     Do.     do. S. tower, 14th-century 129
     Do.     do. Piscina and Sedilia in chancel, 14th-century 61
     Do.     do. Stone reredos in chancel, early 15th-century 132
     Do.     do. Stalls, S. side, early 15th-century 130
     Do.     do.      do. desk-ends 131
     Do.     do.      do. backs 130
     Do.     do.      do. details of fronts 130
     Do.     do.      do. misericordes 131
(3) Heath House, 17th-century. From the N.E. 133
     Do.     Staircase 76
Village plan, showing position of monuments p. 109
(4) Heath Lodge, 17th-century 33
(19) Cottage, 17th-century 27
46. LEOMINSTER.
(1) Parish Church of SS. Peter and Paul, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 111
     Do.     do. N. nave, E. end of N. arcade 137
     Do.     do.      do. E. end of S. arcade 137
     Do.     do.      do. S. arcade from N. 135
     Do.     do. W. front 134
     Do.     do. W. doorway, 12th-century 136
     Do.     do.      do. details of capitals, exterior 138
     Do.     do.      do.      do.      do. interior 138
     Do.     do.      do.      do. carving of Samson and the lion 139
     Do.     do. S. nave, looking N.W. 137
     Do.     do. S. aisle, looking S.E. 137
     Do.     do. Communion Table, early 18th-century 50
     Do.     do. Chalice and paten, mediæval 59
     Do.     do. Communion Cup, 1576 60
     Do.     do. Piscina and Sedilia, 13th and 14th-century 61
     Do.     do. Tomb recess in S. transept, early 14th-century 79
     Do.     do. Ducking-stool, probably 17th-century 80
(2) Priory House, 13th-century and later. Dated Plan p. 114
     Do.     Exterior from the N. 140
     Do.     E. end 140
(3) Forbury Chapel, late 13th-century. Dated Plan p. 115
     Do.     Exterior, E. end 140
     Do.     do. S. side 140
(5) Grange Court. Old Market Hall, 1633. Dated Plan p. 115
     Do.     Exterior from the S.W Frontispiece
(6) Townsend House, 16th-century and later. Plan p. 116
     Do.     Plaster panel, etc., dated 1604 72
Town plan, showing position of monuments p. 118
(13) 29, Bridge Street. E. front, late 14th or early 15th-century 141
(16–19) Nos. 55–67, Bridge Street 143
(22) No. 97, Bridge Street, 17th-century 143
(38) No. 2, Bridge Street, staircase, early 18th-century 74
(41) The Poplands, early 16th-century and later. S. front 141
(48) No. 18, Broad Street, c. 1600 142
     Do.     Staircase 73
(50) No. 24, Broad Street, 17th-century. Back 142
(68) Nos. 25 and 27, New Street, 17th-century 143
(76) Grafton House, 14th-century 143
     Do.     Back 143
(91) No. 20, High Street, 17th-century 142
(100) No. 37, High Street, 17th-century 142
     Do.     Back 142
(102) No. 41, High Street, 17th-century 142
(105) Nos. 9 and 11, Drapers Lane, 16th-century 142
(114) and (115) Houses in Corn Square 144
(134) Nos. 63–67, Etnam Street, late 15th or early 16th-century 143
(138) White Lion Inn, early 16th-century 143
47. LEOMINSTER OUT.
(3) Eaton Bridge, 16th-century. Plan p. 127
(4) Wharton Court, early 17th-century Plan p. 128
     Do.     Porch 116
     Do.     Staircase 145
     Do.     Fireplace on second floor 51
(5) Eaton Hall, 14th-century and later. Plan p. 128
     Do.     Main roof-truss of former hall 39
(13) Ivington Bury. Gatehouse, mediæval and later 36
(17) Stagbatch Farm, 14th-century and later 22
     Do.     Barn, mediæval 37
(21) Cholstrey Court, mediæval barn 37
(26) Broadward Hall. Pigeon-house, 1652 26
(34) The Cottages, Brierley, 17th-century 22
(52) Ivington Camp. Plan p. 132
     Do.     Outer rampart near S.E. entrance 3
     Do.     E. rampart near N.E. entrance 3
48. LETTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, dating from the late 11th or early 12th-century. Dated Plan p. 133
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S.E. 7
     Do.     do. S. doorway 146
     Do.     do. Communion Table, late 16th or early 17th-century 50
     Do.     do. Pulpit and sounding-board, probably early 18th-century 147
     Do.     do. Tomb-recess in chancel, late 13th or early 14th-century 79
(4) Cottage, 17th-century 33
49. LINGEN.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael. Communion Cup of 1571 60
(2) Lingen Castle. Plan p. xxviii
(11) Turn Farm, 16th-century 36
(13) Mound called The Churchyard. Plan p. xxviii
50. LUCTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter. Monument of John Pierrepont, 1711 69
(2) Lucton School, 1708. Dated Plan p. 137
     Do.     N. front 148
(4) Cottage, 17th-century 27
(5) Cottage, 17th-century 33
51. LUSTON.
Village plan, showing position of monuments p. 139
(1) Tudor House, early 17th-century 18
(23) Bury Farm, 17th-century 23
52. LYONSHALL.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael and All Angels, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 141
     Do.     do.      do. Exterior from the S.W. 8
     Do.     do.      do. Nave, looking W. 13
     Do.     do.      do. Font, 13th-century 57
(2) Lyonshall Castle. Plan P. 143
53. MANSELL GAMAGE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Giles, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 144
     Do.     do. Exterior from the N.E. 8
     Do.     do. Coffin-lid, late 13th-century 47
(5) Cottage, 17th-century 33
(7) Scut Mill, 17th-century 22
54. MANSELL LACY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 145
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S.E. 8
     Do.     do. Churchyard Cross, 14th-century 46
     Do.     do. Font, late 12th-century 55
     Do.     do. Monument (1) to William Traunter, 1691 67
     Do.     do.      do. (2) to sons of Simon Traunter, 1675–6 69
(6) House, mediæval and later 20
55. MIDDLETON ON THE HILL.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 147
     Do.     do. Exterior from the N.E. 149
     Do.     do. N. doorway, 12th-century 91
     Do.     do. Font, late 12th-century 56
(2) Moor Abbey. Pigeon-house, late 17th-century 40
(3) Middleton Farm, 1692. S. front 133
     Do.     Panel in fireplace, early 18th-century 53
(10) Cottage, 17th-century 29
56. MONKLAND.
(1) Parish Church of All Saints, dating from late in the 11th century. Plan p. 150
     Do.     do. W. tower 129
57. MONNINGTON-ON-WYE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 15th century. Dated Plan p. 151
     Do.     do. Exterior from the N.E. 150
     Do.     do. Interior looking E. 151
     Do.     do. Communion Table, 1679 50
     Do.     do. N. door of nave, 17th-century 45
     Do.     do. Font, 1680 58
     Do.     do. Monument (1) of Robert Perrott, 1667 67
     Do.     do. Pulpit, 17th-century 70
     Do.     do. Royal Arms of Charles II. 120
     Do.     do. Lych Gate, 17th-century 42
(2) Monnington Court. Door and doorway, late 16th-century 45
     Do.     Frieze of 17th-century woodwork 151
     Do.     Detail of ceiling 72
59. NORTON CANON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Nicholas, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 153
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S. 9
     Do.     do. Font, 13th-century 57
     Do.     do. Paten, 15th-century 59
     Do.     do. Elizabethan Communion Cup 60
(2) Cottage, 17th-century 33
(9) and (10) Cottages, 17th-century 27
(22) Green Farm, 17th-century 29
60. ORLETON.
(1) Parish Church of St. George, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 156
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S. 9
     Do.     do. N. porch, 1686 106
     Do.     do. Chest (1), 13th-century 152
     Do.     do.      do. (2), 13th-century 152
     Do.     do. Churchyard Cross, 14th-century 46
     Do.     do. Font, 12th-century 153
     Do.     do.      do. detail 153
     Do.     do. Communion Cup 60
     Do.     do. Pulpit, early 17th-century 70
     Do.     do. Carved stone, 12th-century 16
(2) Orleton Manor, late 16th-century 18
     Do.     Fireplace 52
Village plan, showing position of monuments p. 158
(7) Lower House, 17th-century 18
(10) Church Croft, 17th-century 19
(28) House, 17th-century 19
61. PEMBRIDGE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 13th century. Dated Plan p. 160
     Do.     do. Exterior from the N.W. 155
     Do.     do.      do. from the E. 8
     Do.     do.      do. of S. transept 15
     Do.     do. Interior looking W. 156
     Do.     do. The belfry. From the W. 154
     Do.     do. Door in N. doorway, 14th-century 45
     Do.     do. Font, 13th-century 117
     Do.     do. Monument (1). Effigies of man and wife, E. pair, mid 14th-century 62
     Do.     do.      do.      do.      do. W. pair, late 14th-century 62
     Do.     do.      do. (3) to Thomas Trafford, 1685 68
     Do.     do. Pulpit, 17th-century 71
Village plan, showing position of monuments p. 164
West end of village 157
(5) Court House Farm, 17th-century 160
(6) Trafford's Almshouses, 1686 161
(7) Duppa's Almshouses, 17th-century 161
(8) Market Hall, early 16th-century 160
(9) New Inn, 17th-century. From the S.W. 158
     Do.     do. From the N.E. 158
(11) Greyhound Inn, early 16th-century 160
(16) Oak House, mediæval and later 160
(20) House, mediæval and later 161
(24) House called The Old Steps, early 16th-century 161
(29 and (30) House and cottage, mediæval and 17th-century 161
(31) House, 16th-century 159
(43) Old School House, 16th-century 159
(46) Rectory Cottage, 16th-century 159
(47) Bridge Cottage, 14th-century and later 161
(48) House, early 16th-century 159
(51) Middle Brook, 17th-century 30
(52) Clear Brook, 16th-century and later 31
     Do.     Door and doorway, early 17th-century 45
(66) Yew Tree Farm, 16th-century and later 21
62. PUDLESTON.
Parish Church of St. Peter, dating from c. 1200. Plan p. 169
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S.E. 10
     Do.     do. W. doorway, 12th-century 44
     Do.     do. E. face of tower 13
63. RICHARD'S CASTLE.
(1) Church of St. Bartholomew, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 171
     Do.     do. Exterior from the N.W. 150
     Do.     do.      do. from the S.E. 9
     Do.     do. Coffin-lid, late 13th-century. 47
(2) Richard's Castle. Plan p. 173
(5) Court House. Panelled Cupboard, early 18th-century 53
     Do.     Dovecote, probably mediæval 40
(7) Lower House. Porch, 17th-century 43
64. RODD, NASH, AND LITTLE BRAMPTON.
(1) Rodd Court, c. 1629. Plan p. 175
     Do.     From the S.E. 163
     Do.     Porch 164
     Do.     Fireplace in library 165
     Do.     do. in drawing-room 165
     Do.     Ceiling in drawing-room 162
     Do.     do. detail 72
     Do.     Staircase 73
(2) Cottage, mediæval and later 30
(6) Upper Nash Farm. Overmantel on ground floor, early 17th-century 51
     Do.     do. on first floor, early 17th-century 51
(9) Little Brampton, 16th-century, N.W. front 25
     Do.     S.E. side 25
65. SARNESFIELD.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 177
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S.W. 7
     Do.     do. S. Porch, 14th-century 42
     Do.     do.      do. roof 11
     Do.     do. Roof of nave, 14th-century 11
     Do.     do. Stone in S. wall of S. Chapel 17
(2) Hill Moat. Plan p. xxix
66. SHOBDON.
(1) Parish Church of St. John the Evangelist. Re-erected arches, 12th-century 166
     Do.     do.      do. tympana 167
     Do.     do. Font, mid 12th-century 54
     Do.     do. Monument (2) to Ann Chaplin, 1684 69
(2) Shobdon Court, early 18th-century. Plan p. 181
     Do.     S. front 34
     Do.     W. front 34
     Do.     Pigeon-house 40
67. STAPLETON.
(1) Stapleton Castle. Plan p. xxix
     Do.     From the S.W. 5
68. STAUNTON-ON-ARROW.
(1) Mound. From the S.E. 5
(12) Wapley Camp. Plan p. 184
     Do.     Ramparts near S.W. angle 4
     Do.     N.E. entrance 4
69. STAUNTON-ON-WYE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 185
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S. 155
     Do.     do. Font, early 13th-century 56
Do.     do. Communion Cup, 1576 60
70. STOKE PRIOR.
(1) Parish Church of St. Luke. Communion Cup, 1584 60
71. STRETFORD.
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 189
     Do.     do. Nave arcade, 13th-century 13
     Do.     do. Roof, 16th-century 168
     Do.     do. Font, probably late 12th-century 55
     Do.     do. Monument (1) effigies, c. 1320–30, possibly of Robert Delabere and wife 175
     Do.     do. Monument (2) effigies, c. 1340–50, possibly of Sir John Delabere and wife 175
72. TITLEY.
(4) Titley Court. Overmantel in staircase-hall, late 16th or early 17th-century 52
     Do.     Ceiling in library, late 17th-century 162
     Do.     Staircase, late 17th-century 74
73. WALFORD LETTON AND NEWTON.
(1) House. Plaster panel in kitchen 72
     Do.     do. detail 72
(3) Lower Letton. Carved stones, 13th-century 17
74. WEOBLEY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, dating from the 12th century. Dated Plan p. 193
     Do.     do. Exterior from the N.E. 170
     Do.     do. W. front 169
     Do.     do. Interior looking E. 171
     Do.     do. E. window of tower 15
     Do.     do. Churchyard Cross, 14th-century, shaft modern 46
     Do.     do. Coffin-lid of Hugh Bissop, 13th-century 47
     Do.     do. Communion Table, 1707 50
     Do.     do. Font, early 14th-century 58
     Do.     do. Glass in middle window of N. aisle, 15th-century 172
     Do.     do. Monument (1) of Colonel J. Birch, 1691 173
     Do.     do.      do. (2) Effigy of c. 1430 174
     Do.     do.      do. (3) Effigies of man and wife, c. 1450 174
     Do.     do. Piscina in S. aisle, early 13th-century 61
(8) The Ley. c. 1589. Plan p. 196
     Do.     N. front 103
     Do.     do. W. part 176
(9) Fenhampton, 17th-century. Porch 43
Village Plan, showing position of monuments p. 198
(12) House, probably 16th-century 181
(16) and (17) Houses, mediæval and later 182
(18) Public Hall, formerly barn, 17th-century 182
(19) The Old Vicarage, probably late 16th-century 182
(21) House, 14th-century 180
     Do.     do. Roof-truss of Hall 38
Broad Street, looking N. 179
     Do.     S. end 178
(22) Red Lion Hotel, 14th century and later. From the N.E. 177
     Do.     From the S.E. 180
(23) House, 14th-century 180
(24) Range, 17th-century staircase 74
(35) Range of tenements, 15th-century and later 180
(37) House, probably 15th-century 28
(38) House, late 14th-century 179
     Do.     Roof-truss 38
(39) Unicorn Inn, 17th-century 182
(40) House, early 16th-century 181
(42) House, late 14th or early 15th-century and later 28
(50) Old Grammar School, early 17th-century. E. front 181
     Do.     Porch 43
(51) House, late 17th or early 18th-century 182
(52) House, late 17th-century 182
(54) House, 14th-century and later 181
76. WIGMORE.
(1) Parish Church of St. James, dating from late in the 11th century. Dated Plan p. 204
     Do.     do. Masonry of N. wall of nave 183
     Do.     do. Communion Cup of 1571 60
     Do.     do. Pulpit, early 16th-century 49
     Do.     do. Stalls. Panelled front, 15th-century 49
(2) Wigmore Castle. Site Plan p. 206
     Do.     Plan of ruins p. 207
     Do.     Keep from S.E. 185
     Do.     N.E. tower 185
     Do.     E. tower 185
     Do.     The Gatehouse from the N. 185
     Do.     do. inner face 185
     Do.     S. tower 185
(3) Chapel Farm, early 15th-century. Plans and sections p. 209
     Do.     Roof of hall 184
     Do.     do. with end wall 38
     Do.     do. detail of wall-plate 35
Village plan, showing position of monuments p. 210
(8) House, c. 1600 26
77. WILLERSLEY.
(1) Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 211
(2) Willersley Court. Fireplace in bedroom, 17th-century 51
79. WINFORTON.
(1) Parish Church of St. Michael, dating from c. 1300 or earlier. Plan p. 212
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S.W. 9
     Do.     do. Pulpit, 1613 71
(3) Winforton Court, probably 16th-century and later 25
80. WORMSLEY.
Parish Church of St. Mary, dating from the 12th century. Plan p. 214
     Do.     do. Font, 12th or early 13th-century 55
     Do.     do. Pulpit, 17th-century 71
81. YARPOLE.
(1) Parish Church of St. Leonard, dating from the 13th century. Plan p. 215
     Do.     do. Exterior from the S.W. 188
     Do.     do. Roof of nave, 15th-century 123
     Do.     do. Font, probably 13th-century 57
82. YAZOR.
(1) Old Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, dating from late in the 13th or early in the 14th century. Plan p. 217
     Do.     do. S. transept 14
     Do.     do. S. arcade of nave 14
(2) Dovecote at Foxley, late 17th or early 18th-century 40
ADDENDA.
ABBEY DORE. (2) Parish Church. Dated plan facing p. 226
HEREFORD CITY. (53) Black Lion Inn. Paintings, 16th-century 186
     Do.     do. 187