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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 2, Archaeological Sites in Central Northamptonshire. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1979.

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Citation:

In this Index the numbers in brackets refer to the monuments as listed in each parish. References to the Sectional Preface and to material not associated with a particular monument are provided with page numbers. The letters 'a' or 'b' after a page number indicate the first or second column of the text. The classified lists, arranged chronologically, are selective.

INDEX

Access-ways: Brafield-on-the-Green (33); Castle Ashby (12); Cranford (8); Hackleton (24); Houghton, Little (32); Weekley (12); Wollaston (36).

Altars, Roman, Irchester (7).

Ampulla, Brafield-on-the-Green, p. 9a.

Antlers: Cogenhoe (5); Ecton (1); Strixton (4).

Arches, The, Hackleton (20).

Arrowheads:
-, Flint: Hackleton (4); Harrowden, Great (1); Irchester (7); Moulton, p. 110a.
-, Barbed-and-tanged: Brafield-on-the-Green (9, 14); Cogenhoe, p. 19a; (1); Houghton, Little (5, 15); Kettering (7); Mears Ashby (5); Moulton (6); Rothwell, p. 130a; Wellingborough (2, 11).
-, Leaf-shaped: Brafield-on-the-Green (9); Broughton, p. 12b; Cogenhoe, p. 19a; Denton, p. 32a; Houghton, Little (6, 16); Moulton (6); Wollaston (2).
-, Transverse: Cogenhoe (1).
-, Medieval: Houghton, Little (15); Irchester (11).

Ashley, p. 1a–p. 2a.

Augustinian Nuns, see Religious foundations and orders.

Avenues: Sectional Preface, p. lxv; Gretton (10); Hackleton (19, 20); Stanion (11); Weekley (11).

Axes: Sectional Preface, p. xli; Harrowden, Great, p. 79b; Weldon, p. 164a.
-, Palaeolithic: see also Palaeolithic flakes;
-, Billing, p. 2b; Corby, p. 23b; Earls Barton (1); Ecton, p. 47a; Houghton, Little, p. 85a; Weekley, p. 152b.
-, Neolithic, flint: Billing, p. 2b; Brafield-on-the-Green (20); Burton Latimer, p. 14b; Easton Maudit (2); Ecton, p. 47a; (1, 5); Gretton, p. 57a; Holcot, p. 83a; Houghton, Little, p. 85a; Mears Ashby, p. 107b; Overstone, p. 120b; Weldon, p. 164a; Wellingborough, p. 166b; Yardley Hastings, p. 182a.
-, Neolithic, stone: Brafield-on-the-Green, p. 5a; Broughton, p. 12b; Burton Latimer, p. 14b; Gretton, p. 57a; Houghton, Little, p. 85a; Irchester, p. 90a; Wollaston, p. 176b; Yardley Hastings, p. 182a.
-, Bronze Age: Billing, p. 2b; Wellingborough, p. 166b.
-, Roman: Corby (6).

Axe-hammers: Desborough, p. 33a; Thorpe Malsor, p. 145b.

Badges, Medieval: Geddington, p. 50b; Houghton, Little (15).

Badsaddle, deserted hamlet of, Orlingbury (6, 10).

Balustrades, see Garden remains.

Bannaventa, Sectional Preface, p. xlv.

Barford, deserted village of, Rushton (10, 13).

Barn, Roman aisled, Corby (13).

Barrows: see also Ring ditches; Sectional Preface, p. xlii, lx.
-, Bronze Age: Brafield-on-the-Green (1); Cogenhoe (2); Cottingham, p. 26a; Cransley (10); Earls Barton (2); Ecton (8); Grendon (3); Hackleton (1); Houghton, Great (2); Irchester (7); Mears Ashby (1); Orlingbury, p. 118a; Wilbarston, p. 171a; (11).
-, Undated: Pytchley, p. 123a; (3); Walgrave (5).

Barton Seagrave, Kettering (14, 15, 17).

Barton Thorpe, deserted hamlet of, Earls Barton (16, 17).

Basset family, Weldon (6, 7).

Batevileyn, William, Wilbarston (9).

Bathurst, Benjamin, Newton (10).

Baulks, Sectional Preface, p. lxii.

Beads: see also Necklaces.
-, Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (20, 21, 28); Dingley, p. 34b; Kettering (6); Mears Ashby (7); Pytchley, p. 123a; (6); Weldon (3).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Cransley (4); Desborough (7); Rothwell (6).

Beakers, see Pottery, Bronze Age.

Beanfield Lawn: Corby, p. 23a; (17); Middleton (1).

Bells, Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (21); Wollaston (2).

Billing, p. 2b–p. 3a.

Birds, Roman bronze: Corby (7); Kettering (6).

Bolts, Medieval, Sywell (9).

Bones:
-, Animal: Sectional Preface, p. xli; Brafield-on-the-Green (9, 14, 16, 21, 26, 27); Burton Latimer (8); Cogenhoe (4, 5); Corby (5, 6, 10, 11); Cranford (4); Desborough (5); Easton Maudit (2, 9, 10); Ecton (2); Geddington, p. 50b; Grendon (4, 14); Houghton, Little (1); Irchester (7); Isham (2); Kettering (6, 8); Rockingham (1); Sywell (7, 9); Wellingborough, p. 166b; (29); Wilbarston (9); Yardley Hastings (9).
-, Human: see also Skeletons; Brafield-on-the-Green (22); Cogenhoe (1); Cransley (4); Desborough (4, 7); Grendon (14); Harrowden, Great (7); Kettering (6, 9); Pytchley (6); Stanion (3); Weekley (3); Wellingborough (14).

Boughton, deserted village of, Weekley (8, 12).

Bowls, bronze:
-, Roman: Irchester (7).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Desborough (6).

Boxes, Anglo-Saxon: Cransley (4); Desborough (6).

Boyvile, George, Rushton (13).

Bozeat, p. 3a–p. 5a.

Bracelets, Roman: Cogenhoe (5); Denton (2); Hackleton (10); Houghton, Little (5, 14); Wilby (5).

Brafield-on-the-Green, p. 5a–p. 9b.

Brampton Ash, p. 9b–p. 11a.

Braybrooke, p. 11a–p. 12b.

Bricks:
-, Roman: Ashley (1); Burton Latimer (8); Corby (16); Hackleton (11); Irchester (7); Kettering (6); Stanion (4); Wollaston (2).
-, Medieval: Gretton (8).
-, Post-medieval: Loddington (8); Walgrave (8, 10).

Bridge, Post-medieval, Gretton (10).

Bridgeman, Charles, Weekley (11).

Bronze Age tools, see Axes, Palstaves, Rapiers and Spearheads.

Bronze objects: see Axes, Bells, Bowls, Bracelets, Buckles, Clasps, Daggers, Girdle-hangers, Knives, Mirror, Palstaves, Pins, Rapiers, Rings, Scales, Spearheads, Staff-head, Toilet set, Tweezers, Weights.

Brooches:
-, Iron Age and Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (20, 27); Cogenhoe (5); Desborough (3); Easton Maudit (7); Gretton, p. 57a; Hackleton (9); Houghton, Little (5, 6, 10, 14); Irchester (7); Kettering (6); Weekley (1); Weldon (3); Wilbarston, p. 171a.
-, Anglo-Saxon: Bozeat (14); Cransley (4); Houghton, Little, p. 87b; Irchester, p. 96b; Kettering (10, 12); Rothwell (6); Thorpe Malsor (1); Wilbarston, p. 172a.

Broughton, p. 12b–p. 14a.

Brownlow family, Overstone (6).

Buccleuch, Dukes of, Weekley (11).

Buckles, Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (21); Cogenhoe (5); Irchester (7).

Buildings:
-, Roman: see also Barns, Temples and Villas; Sectional Preface, p. xliv-p. xlvii; Ashley (1); Bozeat (6, 10); Burton Latimer (7); Castle Ashby (7); Cogenhoe (4); Corby (11, 13, 14); Cottingham (1); Doddington, Great (5); Easton Maudit (7); Grendon (9); Gretton (3, 4); Hackleton (11, 12); Irchester (7); Orlingbury (2); Rockingham (3); Stanion (1); Weekley (2).
-, Medieval: Sectional Preface, p. liv; Bozeat (15); Braybrooke (1); Castle Ashby (9); Cogenhoe (8); Cottingham (2); Easton Maudit (10–12); Geddington (7); Harrington (5); Harrowden, Great (10); Irchester (11); Isham (4, 5); Moulton (9); Rockingham (4); Weldon (5, 6).

Building platforms, see House-sites.

Building stone:
-, Roman: Bozeat (1, 9); Brafield-on-the-Green (21, 26); Castle Ashby (7); Cogenhoe (4); Corby (7, 11, 13); Cranford (5); Cransley (3); Denton (6); Doddington, Great (5); Easton Maudit (7); Grendon (6, 10–12); Hackleton (11, 12); Harrowden, Great (3); Houghton, Great (5); Irchester (5); Isham (2); Kettering (6); Mears Ashby (6–8); Orlingbury (3, 4); Overstone (2, 3); Pytchley (4); Stanion (2, 3, 7); Weekley (3); Weldon (8); Wellingborough (21–24); Wilby (2, 3, 5); Wollaston (2, 4, 12, 14, 15, 25, 28, 30); Yardley Hastings (12, 13, 15).
-, Medieval and later: Bozeat (16); Castle Ashby (9); Doddington, Great (10, 11, 13); Earls Barton (16); Grendon (15); Gretton (7–9); Harrowden, Great (10); Harrowden, Little (7); Kettering (14, 15); Loddington (6, 8); Orlingbury (5, 6); Rockingham (10); Sywell (7); Walgrave (10); Weldon (5, 8); Wollaston (33, 35).

Burgess, Joseph, Weekley (11).

Burials, including cremations: see also Cemeteries.
-, Prehistoric: Grendon (4); Houghton, Great (1).
-, Beaker: Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xlii; Brafield-on-the-Green (10); Burton Latimer (1); Corby (1); Cranford (3); Cransley (1); Desborough (1–3); Earls Barton (2); Ecton (6, 7); Grendon (3); Kettering (2, 3); Loddington (1, 2); Newton (1); Rothwell (1, 2); Rushton (1); Weldon (1, 2); Wellingborough (3).
-, Iron Age and Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlvii; Cogenhoe (4, 5); Corby (13); Kettering (6, 9); Pytchley (5, 6); Wilby (5); Yardley Hastings (9).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Sectional Preface, p. xlvii-p. xlix; Bozeat (14); Desborough (10); Ecton (21); Kettering (11, 13); Loddington (5); Newton (5); Pytchley (5); Weekley (4); Weldon (4).
-, Medieval: Newton (8).
-, Undated: Rushton (4).

Burton Latimer, p. 14b–p. 15b.

Byre, Orlingbury (5).

Carlton, East, p. 15b–p. 16b.

Castles: see also Mottes and baileys: Sectional Preface, p. lvi; Braybrooke (1, 2); Kettering (14); Rockingham (4).

Castle Ashby, p. 16b–p. 18b.

Cemeteries: see also Barrows, Burials and Ring Ditches.
-, Prehistoric and Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlii; Harrowden, Great (7); Irchester (7); Pytchley (3).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Sectional Preface, p. xlvii–p. xlix; Cranford, p. 27b; Cransley (4); Desborough (6–9); Ecton (21); Grendon (13); Kettering (10, 12); Rothwell (6); Thorpe Malsor (1).
-, Medieval: Brampton Ash (5); Rothwell (10).

Chadstone, Castle Ashby (9–12).

Chalice and paten, Newton (8).

Chain, see Iron objects, Roman.

Chapel, Brampton Ash (5).

Charcoal: Grendon (14); Sywell (9); Wollaston (5).

Charters, Sectional Preface, p. 1.

Chester-on-the-Water, deserted hamlet of, Irchester (8).

Child, Sir Caesar, Newton (10).

Chisel, see Iron objects, Roman.

Church, site of, Newton (8).

Cists:
-, Prehistoric: Houghton, Great (1).
-, Roman: Irchester (7); Pytchley (5).

Cistercian Monks, see Religious foundations and orders.

Clasps, Anglo-Saxon: Desborough (7); Thorpe Malsor (1).

Clifford Hill, Houghton, Little (28).

Closes, Medieval: Sectional Preface, p. liv–p. lv, p. lxiii; Ashley (2); Bozeat (16); Brafield-on-the-Green (32); Brampton Ash (4); Braybrooke (2); Broughton (3); Burton Latimer (10); Carlton, East (2, 9); Cogenhoe (9, 10, 14); Corby (19); Cransley (8); Denton (9); Dingley (1); Doddington, Great (10); Earls Barton (16); Easton Maudit (9); Grendon (15); Gretton (8); Hackleton (17, 19, 22); Hannington (4); Harrington (4, 7); Harrowden, Great (8, 10); Harrowden, Little (6); Holcot (6); Houghton, Great (8); Houghton, Little (30); Irchester (8); Isham (5); Kettering (14, 15); Mears Ashby (10); Newton (9); Old (1); Orlingbury (5); Orton (2); Overstone (6); Pytchley (8); Rockingham (6, 7, 13, 14); Rushton (8, 9); Stoke Albany (2); Strixton (7); Sutton Bassett (1); Sywell (7); Walgrave (7); Wilby (7); Wollaston (33).

Coal, Brafield-on-the-Green (21).

Coffins:
-, Roman: Irchester (7); Weekley (1).
-, Medieval: Wilbarston (9).

Cogenhoe, p. 18b–p. 23a.

Coins:
-, Iron Age: Sectional Preface, p. xlii; Corby, p. 23b; Dingley, p. 34b; Earls Barton, p. 39b; Ecton, p. 47a; Gretton, p. 57a; Houghton, Great, p. 84a; Houghton, Little, p. 85a; Irchester (7); Kettering, p. 101b; Weekley, p. 152b; (1).
-, Roman: Ashley (1); Brafield-on-the-Green (9, 14, 21, 26, 30); Broughton (2); Burton Latimer (7, 8); Castle Ashby (5, 7); Cogenhoe (4–6); Corby (11, 12); Cottingham (1); Cranford (4); Denton, p. 32a; (1); Doddington, Great (4); Earls Barton, p. 39b; Easton Maudit (5); Ecton (5); Geddington, p. 50b; Grendon, p. 54a; (9, 10); Gretton, p. 57a; (5); Hackleton (5, 10); Harrowden, Great, p. 79b; (7); Holcot, p. 83a; Houghton, Little, p. 85a; (5, 6, 9, 10, 13–16, 20, 21, 26); Irchester, p. 90a; (7); Isham, p. 99b; Kettering, p. 101b; (5, 6); Loddington, p. 106a; Mears Ashby (7); Moulton (6); Overstone (2); Pytchley, p. 123a; (4, 5); Rockingham (2); Rothwell, p. 130a; (3, 5); Rushton (6); Stanion, p. 135a; Warkton, p. 150b; Weekley, p. 152b; (1–3, 6); Weldon, p. 164a; (3); Wellingborough, p. 166b; (12, 13, 20); Wilbarston, p. 171a; Wollaston (2, 8); Yardley Hastings, p. 182a; (11, 15, 20).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Ecton (21); Weekley, p. 153a; (2); Weldon, p. 164b; Wellingborough, p. 169b.
-, Medieval: Brafield-on-the-Green (14); Corby, p. 25a; Grendon, p. 55a; Houghton, Little (15); Irchester (11); Weekley (5).
-, Post-medieval: Doddington, Great (13).

Coin hoards:
-, Roman: Ashley (1); Irchester (7).
-, Medieval: Rothwell (11).
-, Post-medieval: Kettering (16).

Collared Urns, see Pottery, Bronze Age.

Columns, Roman: Ashley (1); Wilby (2).

Combs, Anglo-Saxon: Houghton, Great, p. 84b; Wellingborough, p. 169a.

Common fields, see Cultivation remains.

Compton family, Easton Maudit (11).

Corby, p. 23a–p. 26a.

Corn-drying ovens, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xliv; Cogenhoe (5); Cottingham (1); Kettering (7); Wellingborough (13).

Cottingham, p. 26a–p. 27a.

Cotton, deserted hamlets of: Grendon (15); Gretton (8, 11).

Cotton Farm, Cogenhoe (14).

Cranford, p. 27a–p. 28a.

Cransley, p. 28a–p. 32a.

Cross-dyke: Sectional Preface, p. lvi; Earls Barton (14).

Culstone, Joseph, Irchester (9).

Cultivation remains, Medieval: see also Ridge-and-furrow; Sectional Preface, p. lx–p. lxiv; Ashley (4); Billing (7); Bozeat (17); Braybrooke (3); Burton Latimer (11); Carlton, East (4, 12); Corby (20); Cottingham (4); Cranford (8); Cransley (11); Denton (10); Desborough (12); Dingley (4); Doddington, Great (14); Earls Barton (17); Easton Maudit (16); Ecton (23); Geddington (8); Grafton Underwood (5); Grendon (18); Gretton (11); Hackleton (24); Hannington (5); Hardwick (6); Harrington (10); Harrowden, Great (13); Harrowden, Little (8); Holcot (8); Houghton, Great (8); Houghton, Little (32); Irchester (12); Isham (6); Kettering (17); Loddington (12); Mears Ashby (11); Middleton (1); Moulton (11); Newton (12); Old (3); Orlingbury (10); Orton (3); Overstone (8); Pytchley (14); Rockingham (13); Rothwell (12); Rushton (13); Stanion (12); Stoke Albany (5); Strixton (10); Sutton Bassett (2); Sywell (10); Thorpe Malsor (3); Walgrave (11); Warkton (3); Weekley (12); Weldon (10); Wellingborough (35); Weston-by-Welland (2); Wilbarston (13); Wilby (8); Wollaston (36); Yardley Hastings (27).

Culvert, Post-medieval, Newton (10).

Curbs, see Garden remains.

Currency bars: Sectional Preface, p. xliii; Burton Latimer, p. 14b; Gretton (2).

Daggers:
-, Flint: Weldon, p. 164a.
-, Bronze Age: Earls Barton (2).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Weekley (4).

Dams, Medieval and later: see also Fishponds and Watermills; Sectional Preface, p. lvii, lx; Brampton Ash (6); Carlton, East (3); Cogenhoe (8); Desborough (11); Dingley (3); Gretton (7); Hardwick (3); Harrington (6, 9); Holcot (4, 5); Moulton (10); Newton (11); Old (1); Pytchley (13); Rothwell (7–9); Rushton (11); Stoke Albany (1–3); Walgrave (6); Wilbarston (9, 10); Yardley Hastings (23).

D'Aubigny, William, see de Albini.

de Albini (D'Aubigny), William, Stoke Albany (2, 4).

de Braybrooke, Henry, Braybrooke (1).

de Cobham, John, Gretton (8).

Deer parks: Sectional Preface, p. lvi, p. lvii, p. lx; Ashley (3); Cottingham (2–4); Grafton Underwood (4); Hackleton (16, 18, 20, 24); Orlingbury (6); Rockingham (11); Stoke Albany (4); Sywell (8); Weekley (9); Weldon (7).

de Langton, Walter, Ashley (3).

de la Pole, Sir William, Gretton (8).

de Latimer, Thomas, Braybrooke (1, 3).

Denton, p. 32a–p. 33a.

de Preston, Walter, Hackleton (16).

Desborough, p. 33a–p. 34b.

de Seagrave, Nicholas, Kettering (14).

Deserted farmsteads: Gretton (8); Loddington (8, 9); Yardley Hastings (25).

Deserted villages and hamlets: see also Settlement remains, Medieval; Sectional Preface, p. l–p. lv, p. lxiii; Doddington, Great (13); Earls Barton (16); Grendon (15); Gretton (9); Hackleton (17, 19); Harrington (4); Irchester (9); Loddington (6); Newton (9); Orlingbury (5, 6); Overstone (6); Rushton (7, 9, 10); Weekley (8); Wilbarston (8).

de Waterville, Guy, Ashley (3).

Dingley, p. 34b–p. 37a.

Ditches, including Linear ditches:
-, Prehistoric or Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xliii, p. lxii; Ashley (1); Bozeat (12); Brafield-on-the-Green (3, 4, 11, 21, 22, 30); Burton Latimer (2, 3, 6, 7, 9); Cogenhoe (1, 4); Corby (6); Cranford (1); Cransley (2); Denton (2); Doddington, Great (1, 2); Earls Barton (2–6); Easton Maudit (2); Ecton (8–10, 13, 15, 17–19); Geddington (4); Grafton Underwood (2, 3); Grendon (1–4, 6); Hackleton (2, 3); Hannington (2, 3); Harrowden, Great (7, 8); Harrowden, Little (2, 3, 5); Houghton, Little (6); Irchester (2, 5); Mears Ashby (2, 7); Moulton (1, 2, 6); Overstone (1); Pytchley (1); Rockingham (1); Sywell (1, 3, 4, 6); Walgrave (2); Warkton (1); Weekley (1); Wellingborough (5, 9); Wilbarston (2, 6); Wollaston (3, 4, 6, 8, 11, 12, 19, 23, 29).
-, Iron Age: Bozeat (4); Brafield-on-the-Green (13, 14, 16–18, 26); Corby (2–5); Earls Barton (7–11); Ecton (3, 4); Grendon (5); Gretton (1, 2); Harrowden, Great (6); Houghton, Little (3, 12); Irchester (2–4, 7); Kettering (4); Mears Ashby (6); Rushton (3); Strixton (1, 2, 4); Wellingborough (10–12); Wollaston (17).
-, Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (27); Cogenhoe (5); Corby (4, 8, 11, 15); Doddington, Great (5); Earls Barton (7, 10–12); Ecton (6); Hackleton (8); Houghton, Little (7, 10, 21); Isham (2); Wellingborough (12); Yardley Hastings (9, 21).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Grendon (14).
-, Medieval: Doddington, Great (11); Easton Maudit (10); Grendon (15, 16); Irchester (11); Isham (4, 5); Wellingborough (31); Wollaston (35).
-, Undated: Earls Barton (14); Walgrave (12).

Doddington, Great, p. 37a–p. 39a.

Doddington Thorpe, Doddington, Great (13).

Domesday Book: Sectional Preface, p. l, p. lii; Brampton Ash (4); Braybrooke (2); Castle Ashby (9); Dingley (1); Earls Barton (16); Geddington (6); Hackleton (17, 19); Hardwick (1); Harrington (4); Irchester (9); Isham (5); Loddington (6); Newton (9); Orlingbury (5, 6); Overstone (6); Rockingham (8); Rushton (7, 9, 10); Strixton (7); Walgrave (7); Weekley (8); Wilbarston (8).

Door cases, so-called, Medieval, Kettering (14).

Dove-cots: Cransley (8); Newton (10); Strixton (7).

Drain pipes, see Garden remains.

Drew, Thomas, Weekley (11).

Drills, see Iron objects, Roman.

Drury, Sir Thomas, Overstone (6).

Durobrivae, Sectional Preface, p. xlv.

Duston, Sectional Preface, p. xlv.

Dysart, Earl of, Harrington (5).

Earls Barton, p. 39a–p. 43a.

East Houghton Complex, Houghton, Little (8–14); p. 87b.

Easton Maudit, p. 43b–p. 47a.

Ecton, p. 47a–p. 50a.

Enclosure, of fields and wastes: Sectional Preface, p. lii, p. lx–p. lxi, p. lxiii; Ashley (4); Billing (7); Bozeat (17); Brafield-on-the-Green (32, 33); Braybrooke (3); Broughton (4); Burton Latimer (11); Carlton, East (4); Castle Ashby (12); Cogenhoe (15); Corby (20); Cottingham (4); Cranford (8); Cransley (11); Denton (10); Desborough (12); Dingley (4); Doddington, Great (14); Earls Barton (17); Easton Maudit (9, 16); Ecton (23); Geddington (8); Grafton Underwood (5); Grendon (18); Gretton (11); Hackleton (24); Hannington (5); Hardwick (6); Harrington (10); Harrowden, Great (13); Harrowden, Little (8); Holcot (8); Houghton, Great (9); Houghton, Little (32); Irchester (9, 12); Isham (6); Kettering (17); Loddington (12); Mears Ashby (11); Middleton (1); Moulton (11); Newton (12); Old (3); Orlingbury (9, 10); Orton (3); Overstone (6, 8); Pytchley (14); Rockingham (13); Rothwell (12); Rushton (7, 9, 13); Stanion (12); Stoke Albany (5); Strixton (10); Sutton Bassett (2); Sywell (10); Thorpe Malsor (3); Walgrave (11); Warkton (3); Weekley (12); Weldon (10); Wellingborough (35); Weston-by-Welland (2); Wilbarston (13); Wilby (8); Wollaston (36); Yardley Hastings (27).

Enclosures:
-, Prehistoric or Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xliii; Billing (1, 2); Bozeat (9, 11); Bradfield-on-the-Green (12, 20); Brampton Ash (3); Burton Latimer (6, 9); Carlton, East (1); Cogenhoe (1, 4); Corby (11); Cranford (1); Cransley (2); Denton (1, 3); Doddington, Great (2); Earls Barton (2–7); Easton Maudit (2); Ecton (5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 17–20); Grafton Underwood (1–3); Grendon (2, 6, 7); Hackleton (1–3); Hannington (2, 3); Harrowden, Great (3–5, 7); Harrowden, Little (2, 3, 5); Houghton, Little (10–12, 23); Irchester (1, 2, 5, 6); Isham (1); Kettering (1); Mears Ashby (2–4, 6, 7); Moulton (1–6); Orlingbury (1); Orton (1); Overstone (1); Pytchley (1); Sywell (1–4); Walgrave (2); Warkton (1); Weekley (2); Wellingborough (2, 5–9, 12, 13); Wilbarston (2, 3, 5, 6); Wollaston (2–12, 19, 21, 23, 27, 29); Yardley Hastings (1–3, 16, 18, 21).
-, Iron Age: Sectional Preface, p. xlii–p, xliii, p. xlv; Bozeat (4); Brafield-on-the-Green (18); Corby (4); Grendon (5); Holcot (3); Houghton, Little (4); Strixton (1).
-, Medieval or later: Ashley (2); Bozeat (16); Broughton (3); Carlton, East (5); Cottingham (3); Easton Maudit (10); Grendon (15, 16); Harrington (2, 3); Harrowden, Great (12); Loddington (8); Mears Ashby (10); Newton (9); Orlingbury (5, 6); Pytchley (8, 11); Stanion (11); Walgrave (8, 11); Weekley (6); Wollaston (34); Yardley Hastings (23, 24).
-, Undated: Corby (21); Rockingham (14).

Engayne family, Pytchley (10).

Evelyn, John, Gretton (10).

Falls, The, Harrington (5).

Fields:
-, Prehistoric and Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xliii, p. xlv; Rockingham (14).
-, Medieval and later: see Cultivation remains.

Field names:
-, Arbor: Corby (20).
-, Assarts, The, Carlton, East (4, 5); Hackleton (24).
-, Ausway: Yardley Hastings (27).
-, Barton Dale: Cranford (8).
-, Benty Cops: Corby (20).
-, Bestow: Desborough (12).
-, Blackfield: Braybrooke (3).
-, Boyle Close: Cransley (11).
-, Brackes: Ecton (23).
-, Braken and Boshill: Burton Latimer (11).
-, Bridge: Ashley (4); Irchester (12).
-, Calwell Hill: Wellingborough (35).
-, Carr Side: Broughton (4).
-, Cattage Wood: Cottingham (4).
-, Church: Harrington (10).
-, Colliers: Corby (20).
-, Conny Gree: Geddington (8).
-, Conygrey: Stanion (12).
-, Cotton Closes: Cogenhoe (14); Grendon (15); Gretton (8).
-, Cowpasture: Cogenhoe (10).
-, Cranford: Grafton Underwood (5).
-, Debdale: Geddington (8).
-, Dingley Brook: Sutton Bassett (2).
-, Dytches: Bozeat (17).
-, East: Corby (20); Cranford (8); Gretton (11); Hardwick (6); Rockingham (13); Stanion (12).
-, Eastfield: Wellingborough (35).
-, Fish Poole Furlong: Cogenhoe (12).
-, Flaxland: Ecton (23).
-, Garborough: Desborough (12).
-, Gaulsborough: Middleton (1).
-, Grafton Park Furlong: Grafton Underwood (4, 5).
-, Hall: Gretton (7); Harrington (10).
-, Hall Closes: Broughton (4).
-, Headland: Broughton (4).
-, Hollowmore: Cranford (8).
-, Home Close: Geddington (8).
-, How: Desborough (12).
-, Kettering Hill: Broughton (4).
-, Little: Desborough (12); Orlingbury (10); Weldon (10); Weston-byWelland (2).
-, Little Southy: Gretton (11).
-, Long Crofte: Weldon (10).
-, Long Dale: Weston-by-Welland (2).
-, Loteland: Braybrooke (3).
-, Lower: Cogenhoe (15); Yardley Hastings (27).
-, Lower Park: Easton Maudit (13).
-, March: Wollaston (36).
-, Mead: Warkton (3).
-, Meadow: Cottingham (4); Middleton (1).
-, Middle: Broughton (4); Cogenhoe (15); Cranford (8); Kettering (17); Newton (12); Orlingbury (10); Weekley (12).
-, Middle Dale: Irchester (12).
-, Mill: Bozeat (17); Geddington (8); Harrington (10); Overstone (8); Rockingham (13); Sutton Bassett (2); Weldon (10).
-, Mill Bunch: Irchester (12).
-, Mill Closes: Braybrooke (3).
-, Moor: Orlingbury (10); Rothwell (12); Warkton (3).
-, Moore: Hardwick (6).
-, Neasdale: Wellingborough (35).
-, Neates Pasture: Hardwick (6).
-, Nether: Burton Latimer (11); Kettering (17); Newton (12); Rockingham (13); Stanion (12); Weldon (10); Wollaston (36).
-, Nether Middle: Broughton (4).
-, New: Harrington (10).
-, Newey: Yardley Hastings (27).
-, North: Corby (20); Cransley (11); Gretton (11); Overstone (8); Stanion (12); Weekley (12).
-, North East: Wellingborough (35).
-, North Side: Wellingborough (35).
-, Opfield: Wellingborough (35).
-, Over: Rockingham (13).
-, Park: Cottingham (4).
-, Park Close: Orlingbury (5).
-, Parks Launde Meadow: Hackleton (18).
-, Podsholm: Harrington (10).
-, Pytchley: Orlingbury (10).
-, Ripton: Rothwell (8, 12).
-, Round Hay Pasture: Cogenhoe (15).
-, Round Hey: Yardley Hastings (27).
-, Round Hill: Weston-by-Welland (2).
-, Ryeborough Hill: Wellingborough (35).
-, Rye Hill Furlong: Cogenhoe (15).
-, Sallow Side: Wellingborough (35).
-, Sandewell: Bozeat (17).
-, Side Holme: Sutton Bassett (2); Weston-by-Welland (2).
-, Snortwell: Orlingbury (10).
-, South: Burton Latimer (11); Corby (20); Cransley (11); Gretton (11); Overstone (8).
-, South East: Wellingborough (35).
-, Southfield: Wellingborough (35).
-, South Hill: Wellingborough (35).
-, Stockings: Geddington (8).
-, Stone Pit: Broughton (4).
-, Tanners Close: Ashley (3).
-, Tedding: Ashley (4).
-, Thorpe Closes: Earls Barton (16).
-, Tickley: Geddington (8).
-, Town Side: Wellingborough (35).
-, Upper: Cogenhoe (15); Kettering (17); Newton (12); Stanion (12); Wellingborough (35); Wollaston (36).
-, Warkton: Grafton Underwood (5).
-, Warren: Hackleton (9, 24).
-, Warren Hill Meadow: Dingley (3).
-, Wells Hill: Wellingborough (35).
-, West: Corby (20); Cranford (8); Geddington (8); Gretton (11); Overstone (8); Rockingham (13); Stanion (12); Wellingborough (35).
-, Whiston Slade: Cogenhoe (15).
-, Windmill: Rushton (13); Weekley (12); Wollaston (36).
-, Windmill Holme: Cottingham (4).
-, Wood: Ashley (4): Bozeat (17); Geddington (8); Grafton Underwood (5); Gretton (11); Hardwick (6); Middleton (1); Rothwell (12); Warkton (3); Weekley (12); Wollaston (27).
-, Wood Close: Ashley (3).
-, Woodfield: Gretton (11).
-, Young Wood: Cottingham (4).

Finedon, Wellingborough (32, 33, 35).

Fire bars, Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (20, 21, 27, 28); Grendon (6); Hackleton (9); Houghton, Little (5, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17, 18, 24); Irchester (4); Wollaston (2); Yardley Hastings (9).

Fire-cover, Medieval, Brafield-on-the-Green (31).

Fish-breeding: Sectional Preface, p. lvii–p. lix; Braybrooke (1, 3); Dingley (3); Harrington (6); Kettering (14).

Fishponds, Medieval or later: see also Ponds; Sectional Preface, p. lii, p. lv, p. lvii–p. lix, p. lxiv; Brampton Ash (7); Braybrooke (1, 3); Castle Ashby (11); Cogenhoe (8, 12); Corby (18); Cransley (8); Dingley (3); Earls Barton (15); Easton Maudit (13, 14); Gretton (7); Hackleton (20); Hardwick (2); Harrington (5, 6, 10); Houghton, Great (8); Houghton, Little (31); Kettering (14); Loddington (7); Newton (10); Orlingbury (6); Rothwell (7, 9); Stoke Albany (1, 2); Walgrave (8); Weldon (6); Wilbarston (9); Wollaston (33, 34).

Fitz John family, Moulton (9).

Flints, worked: see also Arrowheads, Axes and Scrapers; Sectional Preface, p. xli–p. xlii; Brafield-on-the-Green, p. 5a; (8, 9, 15, 16, 20, 21, 26, 27, 29); Burton Latimer (7); Castle Ashby (1, 4, 7); Cogenhoe, p. 19a; (4–6); Corby (8); Cottingham, p. 26a; Denton, p. 32a; Doddington, Great, p. 37b; Earls Barton (7, 13); Ecton (1, 5, 19, 20); Geddington (4); Gretton (6); Hannington, p. 71a; Harrowden, Great (1, 7); Harrowden, Little (5, 7); Holcot (3); Houghton, Great (2–4); Houghton, Little (2, 6, 8–10, 13–15, 19, 21, 25, 26); Irchester (6, 11); Isham (1, 2); Kettering (2, 7); Mears Ashby (5–8); Moulton (6); Old, p. 116a; Overstone (1); Sywell (7); Wellingborough (2, 4); Wilby (6); Wollaston (2); Yardley Hastings (9, 21).

Flower beds, see Garden remains.

Food Vessels, see Pottery, Bronze Age.

Forts:
-, Iron Age: Earls Barton (14).
-, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlv; Irchester (7).

Fountains, see Garden remains.

Furlongs, see Cultivation remains.

Garden remains: Sectional Preface, p. liv, p. lvi, p. lxiv–p. lxv; Easton Maudit (11); Gretton (9, 10); Hackleton (20); Hardwick (4); Harrington (5); Newton (10); Overstone (7); Rothwell (7); Strixton (7, 8); Walgrave (8); Weekley (11).
-, Balustrades: Gretton (10); Weekley (11).
-, Canals, ornamental: Weekley (11).
-, Curbs: Gretton (10), Weekley (11).
-, Drain pipes: Weekley (11).
-, Flower beds: Hardwick (4); Harrington (5); Weekley (11).
-, Fountains: Weekley (11).
-, Paths: Gretton (10); Harrington (5); Strixton (8); Weekley (11).
-, Prospect mounds: Gretton (10); Hackleton (20); Weekley (11).

Gateways, Roman, Irchester (7).

Geddington, p. 50a–p. 51b.

Gibbet mound: Sectional Preface, p. lxv; Walgrave (5).

Girdle hangers, Anglo-Saxon, Newton (5).

Girton, Sectional Preface, p. xlvii.

Glass:
-, Roman: Cogenhoe (4); Hackleton (8); Houghton, Little (9); Irchester (7); Kettering (6); Yardley Hastings (21).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Desborough (6); Kettering (10).
-, Medieval: Newton (9).
-, Post-Medieval: Gretton (9).

Glazing bars, Medieval, Irchester (11).

Glendon, deserted village of, Rushton (9, 13).

Gouge, see Iron objects, Roman.

Grafton Underwood, p. 51b–p. 52b.

Granaries, Prehistoric or Roman, Weekley (1).

Grendon, p. 52b–p. 57a.

Gretton, p. 57a–p. 61b.

Griffin family: Braybrooke (1); Dingley (1).

Gun battery: Sectional Preface, p. lxv; Walgrave (5).

Hackleton, p. 61b–p. 71a.

Handles, see Iron objects, Roman.

Hannington, p. 71a–p. 72a.

Halifax, Earl of, Hackleton (19–21).

Hardwick, p. 72a–p. 73b.

Harrington, p. 73b–p. 79a.

Harrowden, Great, p. 79a–81b.

Harrowden, Little, p. 81b–p. 83a.

Hatchet, see Iron objects, Roman.

Hatton, Charles, Weekley (11).

Hatton, Sir Christopher, Gretton (10).

Heads, Roman: Irchester (7); Kettering (6).

Headlands: Sectional Preface, p. lxii–p. lxiii; Brafield-on-the-Green (33); Broughton (4); Burton Latimer (11); Castle Ashby (1, 8, 12); Cranford (8); Cransley (10, 11); Dingley (4); Doddington, Great (14); Easton Maudit (16); Gretton (11); Hackleton (24); Hannington (5); Harrowden, Great (13); Harrowden, Little (8); Holcot (8); Houghton, Little (32); Irchester (12); Isham (6); Orlingbury (10); Pytchley (14); Rockingham (9); Stoke Albany (5); Sywell (10); Walgrave (12); Weekley (10, 12); Weldon (10); Weston-by-Welland (2); Wilbarston (13); Wollaston (36).

Hearths:
-, Prehistoric or Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (21); Ecton (1); Irchester (4); Kettering (6).
-, Medieval: Isham (4); Orlingbury (5).

Hedges: Ashley (3); Hackleton (16).

Hermitage Wood, Brampton Ash (5).

Holcot, p. 83a–b.

Hollow-ways: Sectional Preface, p. liii, p. liv, p. lxiv; Bozeat (17); Braybrooke (2); Broughton (3); Castle Ashby (9); Cogenhoe (9, 10, 13); Cransley (8); Dingley (1); Doddington, Great (10, 12); Earls Barton (16); Easton Maudit (9); Grendon (15); Hackleton (17, 19, 23); Harrington (6); Harrowden, Great (10); Holcot (6); Houghton, Great (7, 8); Houghton, Little (30); Irchester (9); Isham (5); Loddington (10); Old (1); Orlingbury (5, 6, 8, 9); Overstone (6); Pytchley (8–10); Rockingham (7, 11, 14); Rothwell (8); Rushton (7, 9); Strixton (7); Sutton Bassett (1); Sywell (7); Walgrave (7, 11); Weekley (2, 6, 8); Wellingborough (33); Wilby (7); Wollaston (34).

Horn Mount, Anglo-Saxon, Cransley (4).

Horse-breeding, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlv; Irchester (7).

Horse-shoes, Medieval, Irchester (11).

Horton, deserted village of, Hackleton (18, 19, 24).

Houghton, Great, p. 84a–b.

Houghton, Little, p. 85a–p. 89b.

House-sites, Medieval: Sectional Preface, p. liii–p. lv, p. lxiii; Brafieldon-the-Green (32); Brampton Ash (4); Braybrooke (2); Broughton (3); Burton Latimer (10); Carlton, East (2); Cogenhoe (9, 10, 14); Corby (19); Cranford (7); Cransley (8); Denton (9); Dingley (1); Doddington, Great (10); Earls Barton (16); Easton Maudit (9); Grendon (15, 17); Gretton (8); Hackleton (17, 19, 22, 23); Harrington (7); Holcot (6); Houghton, Great (8); Irchester (8, 9); Isham (5); Kettering (15); Mears Ashby (10); Newton (9); Old (1); Orlingbury (5, 6); Orton (2); Overstone (6); Pytchley (8, 10); Rockingham (7); Rushton (8–10); Strixton (7); Sywell (7); Thorpe Malsor (2); Walgrave (6, 7); Weekley (8); Wellingborough (32); Wilbarston (8); Wilby (7).

Hunting lodge, Geddington (6).

Hut-circles: see also Ring ditches; Sectional Preface, p. xlii; Ashley (1); Bozeat (4); Doddington, Great, p. 37b; Earls Barton (7); Ecton (5, 8, 18); Grendon (5); Harrowden, Great (7); Harrowden, Little (2); Irchester (4); Isham (1); Strixton (1); Weekley (2); Wellingborough (10, 16); Wilbarston (5); Wollaston (4, 6, 18, 19, 26).

Hypocaust, Kettering (6).

Ice-house, Hackleton (20).

Inscriptions, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlv; Irchester (7).

Irchester, p. 90a–p. 99b.

Iron objects, Roman:
-, Chain: Brafield-on-the-Green (21).
-, Chisel: Houghton, Little (6).
-, Drills: Irchester (7).
-, Gouge: Houghton, Little (9).
-, Handles: Hackleton (5).
-, Hatchet: Hackleton (10).
-, Key: Rockingham (3).
-, Ladle: Irchester (7).
-, Locks: Irchester (7); Wollaston (2).
-, Mattock: Kettering (8).
-, Nails: Brafield-on-the-Green (21); Corby (11); Houghton, Little (9); Kettering (6).
-, Shears: Irchester (7); Weldon (3).
-, Sickles: Irchester (7); Yardley Hastings (9).
-, Steelyards: Hackleton, p. 62a; Kettering (6).

Iron-smelting furnaces, Roman: Geddington (2, 4); Kettering (8); Weldon (3, 9).

Iron-working:
-, Iron Age and Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlvii; Bozeat (3); Brafield-on-the-Green (21); Corby (6); Cottingham (1); Geddington (2, 4); Gretton (2); Kettering (8); Newton (3); Rockingham (2); Weldon (3); Yardley Hastings (6).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Grendon (14).
-, Medieval: Irchester (11); Weldon (6, 9).
-, Undated: Bozeat (13).

Isham, p. 99b–p. 101b.

Isham, Sir Euseby, Pytchley (9).

Islands in ponds: Sectional Preface, p. lix, p. lx; Braybrooke (1); Harrington (6); Rushton (11); Stoke Albany (1, 2); Walgrave (8).

Kettering, p. 101b–p. 105b.

Key, see Iron Objects, Roman.

Kidney, Benjamin, Irchester (9).

Kilns: see also Iron-smelting furnaces and Ovens.
-, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xliv, p. xlvii; Bozeat (10); Brafield-onthe-Green (20, 21, 27–29); Corby (16); Earls Barton, p. 39b; Ecton (5); Geddington (4); Grendon (3, 6); Gretton (4); Hackleton (9); Houghton, Great (5); Houghton, Little (5, 7, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17, 18, 24); Irchester (4, 7); Kettering (6, 7); Mears Ashby (9); Rushton (6); Weekley (2); Wellingborough (13); Yardley Hastings (9).
-, Medieval: Stanion (10); Weldon (6).
-, Undated: Newton (13).

Kipling, John, Overstone (6).

Kirby, deserted village of, Gretton (9, 10).

Kirby Hall, Gretton (9, 10).

Knights Hospitallers, Harrington (5, 6).

Knives:
-, Prehistoric: Brafield-on-the-Green (10); Ecton (1).
-, Bronze Age: Corby (1).
-, Iron Age: Wellingborough (10).
-, Roman: Desborough (5); Irchester (7).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Weldon (4).
-, Viking: Wellingborough (29).
-, Medieval or later: Irchester (11); Sywell (9).

Knuston, deserted village of, Irchester (9, 12).

Ladle, see Iron objects, Roman.

Landscaping: Cransley (7); Hackleton (19, 20); Overstone (6); Rushton (7, 9); Weekley (9, 11).

Landslips: Sectional Preface, p. lxiii; Gretton (11); Houghton, Great (9); Weston-by-Welland (2).

Langham family: Newton (10); Walgrave (8).

Lime-burning:
-, Roman: Weekley (2); Wellingborough (13).
-, Medieval or later: Doddington, Great (10).

Linear banks, Medieval or later, Rothwell (8).

Locks, see Iron objects, Roman.

Loddington, p. 105b–107b.

Long-house, Medieval, Orlingbury (5).

Loom-weights:
-, Iron Age or Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (18); Desborough (3); Strixton (1).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Ecton, p. 50a.

Lound Wood, Stoke Albany (4).

Lynchets, Doddington, Great (14).

Mace-head, Prehistoric, Gretton, p. 57a.

Malory, Robert, Rushton (9, 13).

Manchester, Earl of, Hackleton (19).

Manor houses, sites of: Sectional Preface, p. lvi, p. lix; Bozeat (15); Cogenhoe (8); Dingley (1, 2); Easton Maudit (11); Grendon (16); Gretton (5, 7); Harrington (5); Houghton, Little (29); Irchester (11); Kettering (14); Moulton (9); Newton (9, 10); Pytchley (8–10); Stoke Albany (2); Strixton (7, 8); Walgrave (8); Weekley (5); Weldon (6); Weston-by-Welland (1); Wollaston (33, 34); Yardley Hastings (24).

Maps:
-, 16th-century: Sectional Preface, p. lx; Corby (17); Cottingham (4); Cransley (7–9, 11); Gretton (7, 8, 10, 11); Hardwick (1, 4, 6); Mears Ashby (11); Middleton (1); Stoke Albany (4); Strixton (7–10); Weldon (7, 10).
-, 17th-century: Sectional Preface, p. lx; Bozeat (17); Cogenhoe (10, 12–15); Corby (20); Cottingham (2); Gretton (8); Hackleton (18–21, 24); Hardwick (1, 6); Overstone (6); Pytchley (14); Rockingham (5, 7–10, 12, 13); Stanion (12); Weekley (10).
-, 18th-century: Sectional Preface, p. lx; Braybrooke (3); Broughton (4); Carlton, East (2–5); Corby (19, 20); Cranford (7, 8); Desborough (12); Ecton (23); Geddington (6); Gretton (10); Hackleton (20–22, 24); Harrowden, Great (7, 10, 12, 13); Harrowden, Little (8); Irchester (7–9); Kettering (17); Loddington (6, 9, 12); Newton (10); Orlingbury (5, 10); Overstone (6); Stanion (12); Strixton (7, 8, 10); Sywell (7–10); Walgrave (6–10, 12); Warkton (2, 3); Weekley (5, 6, 9–12); Wilbarston (13); Wollaston (32, 33, 36); Yardley Hastings (23–27).
-, 19th-century: Sectional Preface, p. lx, p. lxiii; Cottingham (2); Cransley (8); Gretton (8); Hackleton (22); Harrington (4, 7, 9, 10); Holcot (5); Houghton, Little (29, 30); Irchester (7); Loddington (16); Mears Ashby (10); Rockingham (8, 10, 11); Rothwell (7); Stanion (12); Stoke Albany (1–4); Wilbarston (8, 9, 12); Wilby (7); Yardley Hastings (23–25).
-, 20th-century: Ashley (1).

Maps, Enclosure: Sectional Preface, p. lii, p. lx, p. lxiii; Ashley (3, 4); Bozeat (17); Brafield-on-the-Green (32, 33); Burton Latimer (11); Cogenhoe (15); Cottingham (4); Earls Barton (17); Geddington (8); Gretton (11); Houghton, Little (32); Isham (6); Middleton (1); Newton (12); Old (3); Orlingbury (5, 6, 10); Overstone (8); Rothwell (7, 8, 12); Sutton Bassett (1, 2); Warkton (3); Weekley (7, 12); Wellingborough (35); Weston-by-Welland (2); Wollaston (33, 36).

Maps, Tithe: Sectional Preface, p. liii, p. lx, p. lxiii; Brampton Ash (4); Braybrooke (3); Carlton, East (2, 3); Castle Ashby (9–11); Cogenhoe (9, 15); Dingley (1, 3); Easton Maudit (9, 11, 13, 14); Hackleton (16, 24); Harrington (4, 7); Houghton, Great (8); Loddington (9, 12); Pytchley (8, 9, 13); Rushton (13); Stoke Albany (2, 3); Strixton (7); Thorpe Malsor (3).

Marble fragments, Roman, Hackleton (11).

Mattock, see Iron objects, Roman.

Mawsley, deserted village of, Loddington (6–8, 12).

Mears Ashby, p. 107b–p. 109b.

Menagerie, The, Hackleton (20).

Mesolithic Period: Sectional Preface, p. xli; Brafield-on-the-Green (29); Irchester (6).

Middleton, p. 109b–p. 110a.

Miniature vessels, see Pottery, Bronze Age.

Mirror, Iron Age, Desborough (3).

Moats: see also Castles and Manor houses, sites of; Sectional Preface, p. lv–p. lvi, p. lxiii; Brampton Ash (5); Braybrooke (1); Castle Ashby (10); Cogenhoe (8); Corby (17); Cottingham (2); Dingley (2); Grendon (15, 16); Harrowden, Great (7, 10); Kettering (14); Loddington (9); Moulton (9); Newton (9); Orlingbury (5, 6); Rockingham (5); Stanion (11); Stoke Albany (2); Walgrave (6); Weekley (5); Weldon (5); Wollaston (33); Yardley Hastings (25).

Montagu family: Hackleton (19–21); Newton (10); Weekley (8, 9, 11).

Monument, Roman, Irchester (7).

Mortaria, see Pottery, Roman.

Mosaics, Roman: see also Tesserae; Ashley (1); Hackleton (11); Irchester (7); Rothwell (4); Stanion (1); Weekley (2); Weldon (3).

Mottes and baileys: see also Castles; Sectional Preface, p. lvi; Cransley (7); Earls Barton (14); Gretton (5); Houghton, Little (28, 29); Rockingham (4); Wollaston (32).

Mould: for pottery, Kettering (6); for strap ends, Wilbarston (9).

Moulton, p. 110a–p. 112a.

Mounds: see also Garden remains and Pillow mounds; Brampton Ash (8); Braybrooke (2); Burton Latimer (12); Cransley (7–10); Desborough (5); Earls Barton (14); Gretton (7, 10); Hackleton (21); Harrowden, Great (9); Harrowden, Little (7); Houghton, Great (2, 8); Kettering (14); Middleton (2); Rushton (4, 8); Walgrave (5); Wellingborough (34); Wilbarston (9).

Nails, see Iron objects, Roman.

Neally, Thomas, Hardwick (4).

Necklaces: see also Beads.
-, Anglo-Saxon: Bozeat (14); Desborough (6, 8).
-, Undated: Pytchley, p. 123a.

Needles, bone:
-, Anglo-Saxon: Houghton, Great, p. 84b.
-, Undated: Brafield-on-the-Green (18).

Nene Valley ware, see Pottery, Roman.

Neolithic implements, see Arrowheads, Axes, Axe-hammers and Mace-heads.

Newbottle, deserted village of, Harrington (4, 10).

Newton, p. 112a–p. 116a.

Newton, Little, deserted village of, Newton (9).

North Ecton Complex: Ecton (5–12); Sywell (3).

Nuremburg token, so-called, Sywell (9).

Oakley, Great: Corby, p. 23a; (18–20); Newton (9).

Oakley, Little, Newton (12).

Old, p. 116a–b.

Orlingbury, p. 116b–p. 120a.

Orton, p. 120a–b.

Ovens:
-, Roman: Kettering (6); Mears Ashby (6).
-, Medieval: Isham (4); Orlingbury (5).
-, Undated: Newton (13).

Overstone, p. 120b–p. 123a.

Oyster shells, Roman: Cogenhoe (4); Houghton, Little (9).

Palaeolithic flakes: see also Axes; Sectional Preface, p. xli; Denton, p. 32a; Ecton, p. 47a.

Palstave, Bronze Age, Wellingborough, p. 166b.

Paradise Ponds, Castle Ashby (10, 11).

Parish boundaries: Sectional Preface, p. xlviii, p. l–p. li; Newton (9); Strixton (7).

Park, The, Harrington (10).

Park Farm, Hackleton (16).

Park Wood: Grafton Underwood (4); Hackleton (18).

Parkhurst, Robert, Strixton (10).

Pewter dishes, Roman, Cogenhoe (4).

Piddington, Hackleton (23, 24).

Pier bases, Wilbarston (9).

Pillow mounds: see also Mounds; Sectional Preface, p. lxiv; Easton Maudit (15); Gretton (7); Hardwick (5); Rockingham (6); Weekley (10).

Pins, Iron Age and Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (9, 20); Desborough (6); Ecton (6); Houghton, Little (14); Irchester (7); Kettering (6).

Pipewell, deserted village of, Wilbarston (8, 13).

Pipewell Abbey: Brampton Ash (5); Braybrooke (1); Rushton, p. 132a; Wilbarston (8, 9).

Pits:
-, Neolithic or Beaker: Ecton (1).
-, Bronze Age: Houghton, Little (2); Weekley (1).
-, Iron Age: Corby (2, 3, 5); Earls Barton (7–11); Harrowden, Great (6); Houghton, Little (2, 3, 12); Irchester (7); Kettering (4, 5, 7); Mears Ashby (5); Rushton (3); Strixton (3); Weekley (1); Wellingborough (10, 11); Wollaston (17).
-, Prehistoric or Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (2, 5, 9, 17, 18, 21, 22); Burton Latimer (7, 9); Corby (6); Denton (2); Earls Barton (4); Ecton (8); Geddington (4); Grendon (4); Hannington (2); Irchester (7); Mears Ashby (6); Moulton (5); Rockingham (1); Wellingborough (7, 9); Wilby (1).
-, Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (29); Corby (8, 15); Earls Barton (7, 10, 11); Ecton (15, 17, 18); Harrowden, Great (8); Holcot (3); Houghton, Little (14, 25); Irchester (3, 4, 6); Isham (1); Kettering (6); Wellingborough, p. 166b; Yardley Hastings (9).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Grendon (14); Newton (7).
-, Medieval: Doddington, Great (11); Irchester (11); Isham (4); Orlingbury (7); Wellingborough (30, 31).

Pit alignments:
-, Iron Age: Sectional Preface, p. xliii; Gretton (2).
-, Prehistoric or Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (30); Cranford (2); Earls Barton (6, 7); Ecton (17, 18); Grendon (2, 7); Harrowden, Little (2, 4); Houghton, Little (11); Isham (1); Moulton (6); Wollaston (3, 7, 11, 21).

Pivot, Roman, Corby (12).

Place House, Whiston, Cogenhoe (8).

Pleistocene animals, Houghton, Little (1).

Pollen analysis, Ecton (1).

Polyfocal villages, Sectional Preface, p. lii.

Ponds, Medieval and later: see also Fishponds and Watermills; Sectional Preface, p. lvii, p. lix–p. lx, p. lxiv–p. lxv; Brampton Ash (6); Carlton, East (3); Castle Ashby (10, 11); Cogenhoe (10, 11); Cottingham (3); Denton (9); Dingley (3); Doddington, Great (10); Easton Maudit (11, 13, 14); Ecton (22); Grendon (16); Hackleton (19, 20); Hardwick (3); Harrington (5, 9); Harrowden, Great (10, 12); Holcot (4, 5); Loddington (11); Mears Ashby (10); Moulton (10); Old (1); Orlingbury (6); Pytchley (9, 10, 12, 13); Rockingham (5, 8); Rothwell (8); Rushton (8, 9, 11); Stoke Albany (3); Sywell (8); Walgrave (6, 10); Weekley (11); Wilby (7); Wollaston (34); Yardley Hastings (25, 26).

Post-holes:
-, Iron Age and Roman: Strixton (1); Weekley (1); Wellingborough (13); Wollaston (9).
-, Anglo-Saxon; Newton (7).
-, Medieval: Irchester (11); Orlingbury (5).

Pottery:
-, Neolithic, Ebbsfleet/Mortlake: Ecton (1).
-, Bronze Age:
-,-, General: Sectional Preface, p. xlii; Brafield-on-the-Green (10); Corby, p. 23b; Desborough (3); Ecton (6); Grendon (3); Gretton, p. 57a; Houghton, Little (2); Kettering (2, 3); Mears Ashby (1).
-,-, Beakers: Corby, p. 23b; Ecton (1); Kettering, p. 102a; Loddington (1); Newton (1).
-,-, Collared Urns: Burton Latimer (1); Corby, p. 23b; (1); Cranford (3); Cransley (1); Desborough (1–3); Kettering (2); Loddington (2); Rothwell (1); Weldon, p. 164a; (1, 2).
-,-, Food Vessels: Rothwell (1, 2); Weldon, p. 164a.
-,-, Miniature Vessels: Corby (1); Rushton (1).
-, Iron Age: Sectional Preface, p. xlii; Bozeat (2–5); Brafield-on-theGreen (9, 13–26); Burton Latimer (7); Castle Ashby (2–6); Cogenhoe (3–6); Corby (2–6); Cransley, p. 28a; Denton (1–5); Desborough (3); Doddington, Great (2–4); Earls Barton (7–11); Easton Maudit (2–5); Ecton (3, 4, 6, 15); Geddington (4); Grendon (5–9); Gretton (1, 2); Hackleton (4–6, 9, 22); Harrowden, Great (6, 7); Holcot (2, 3); Houghton, Little, p. 85a; (2–6, 8–10, 12, 19, 24); Irchester (3, 4, 7); Isham (1); Kettering (4–7); Mears Ashby (5, 6); Pytchley (7); Rushton (3, 4); Strixton, p. 138b; (1, 4–6); Weekley (1, 2); Wellingborough (10–17); Wollaston (2, 8, 17, 20, 22, 24); Yardley Hastings (3–6, 9, 16, 20, 21).
-, Roman:
-,-, General: Ashley (1); Billing (3–6); Bozeat (1, 7–10); Brafield-on-the-Green (14, 20–29); Broughton (2); Burton Latimer (7, 8); Castle Ashby (4–8); Cogenhoe (4–6); Corby (4, 5, 7–13, 15); Cottingham (1); Cranford (4–6); Cransley, p. 28a; (3); Denton (1–8); Desborough (3–5); Doddington, Great (2, 4, 5); Earls Barton, p. 39b; (7, 9–13); Easton Maudit (5–7); Ecton (5, 6, 9, 12, 14–18, 20); Geddington, p. 50b; (1–4); Grendon (6, 9–12); Gretton (3–6); Hackleton, p. 62a; (5–15); Hannington (2); Harrowden, Great (3, 7, 8); Harrowden, Little, p. 81b; Holcot, p. 83a; (3); Houghton, Great (4–6); Houghton, Little, p. 85a; (5–10, 13–18, 20–27); Irchester (3–7, 9, 11); Isham, p. 99b; (1–3); Kettering (5–7, 9); Loddington (3, 4); Mears Ashby (6–9); Moulton (5, 6); Newton, p. 112b; (3, 4); Old, p. 116a; Orlingbury (3, 4); Overstone (2–4); Pytchley, p. 123a; (4, 5, 7); Rockingham (2, 3); Rothwell, p. 130a; (3, 5); Stanion (2–8); Strixton, p. 138b; (6); Walgrave (3, 4); Weekley (1, 2); Wellingborough, p. 166b; (12–25); Wilbarston, p. 171a; (3, 4); Wilby (2–6); Wollaston (2, 4, 5, 8, 12–16, 24–26, 28, 30); Yardley Hastings (7–22).
-,-, Face Urn: Kettering (6).
-,-, Mortaria: Ashley (1); Hackleton (15); Holcot (3).
-,-, Nene Valley ware: Corby (16); Gretton (4); Hackleton (8); Irchester (7); Kettering (6); Mears Ashby (8); Wilbarston (4); Wilby (2, 4, 5); Yardley Hastings (10).
-,-, Samian ware: Brafield-on-the-Green (14, 15, 19); Burton Latimer (7); Castle Ashby (7); Corby (7, 10, 11); Cransley (3); Denton (6); Ecton (14); Grendon (9); Gretton (4); Hackleton (8, 14, 15); Holcot (3); Houghton, Great (6); Houghton, Little (8); Irchester (7); Isham (2); Kettering (6); Mears Ashby (6–8); Moulton (6); Stanion (3, 5); Strixton (6); Weekley (1); Wellingborough (13, 15, 19); Wilby (3, 5); Wollaston (25); Yardley Hastings (10, 12, 15, 16, 21).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Sectional Preface, p. xlvii–p. xlix; Cogenhoe (7); Cransley (4); Desborough (4, 7, 8, 10); Doddington, Great, p. 38a; (6–9, 13); Geddington (5); Grendon (14); Irchester (9, 11); Kettering (10–12); Moulton (7); Newton (5–8); Rothwell (6); Stanion (9); Thorpe Malsor (1); Weldon, p. 164b; Wellingborough (26–28); Wollaston, p. 180b.
-, Medieval:
-,-, General: Brafield-on-the-Green (31); Cogenhoe (9); Cransley (5, 6); Doddington, Great (4, 11, 13); Earls Barton (16); Easton Maudit (2, 9, 10); Grendon (15); Gretton (8); Hackleton (22, 23); Harrington (4); Harrowden, Great (7, 11); Harrowden, Little (5, 7); Holcot, p. 83a; Houghton, Little (29); Irchester (9–11); Isham (4, 5); Kettering (5, 15); Loddington (6); Moulton (6–9); Newton (4, 7, 9); Old, p. 116a; Orlingbury (5–7); Pytchley, p. 123b; (11); Rockingham (7); Rushton (9); Stanion (10); Sywell (7); Walgrave (3); Weekley (5); Weldon (5, 6, 9); Wellingborough (9, 12, 13, 30–32); Wilbarston (7); Wilby (7); Wollaston (30, 33, 34).
-,-, Lyveden ware: Gretton (8, 9); Holcot, p. 83a; Irchester (9–11); Isham (4); Kettering (15); Newton (9); Orlingbury (7); Pytchley (11); Rushton (9).
-,-, Olney ware: Hackleton (19).
-,-, Oxford ware: Isham (4).
-,-, Potterspury ware: Irchester (9).
-,-, Stamford ware: Gretton (8); Irchester (11); Isham (4); Kettering (15); Wollaston (35).
-,-, St. Neots ware: Doddington, Great (2); Earls Barton, p. 40b; Holcot, p. 83a; Irchester (9–11); Isham (4); Orlingbury (7); Wollaston (33); Yardley Hastings, p. 184b.
-, Post-medieval: Cogenhoe (9); Doddington, Great (13); Easton Maudit (9); Gretton (8, 9); Harrowden, Great (11); Harrowden, Little (7); Irchester (7, 9); Loddington (8); Orton, p. 120a; Rockingham (7); Wilby (7).

Preston Deanery, deserted village of, Hackleton (16, 17, 24).

Prospect mounts, see Garden remains.

Pytchley, p. 123a–p. 126a.

Querns, Iron Age and Roman: Bozeat (9); Brafield-on-the-Green (21); Castle Ashby (7); Cogenhoe (4, 5); Corby (6, 11, 13); Cransley (3); Denton (2, 7, 8); Desborough (3); Easton Maudit (2, 6); Ecton (5); Geddington (3); Grendon (6); Hackleton (7, 15); Houghton, Little (5, 9); Mears Ashby (7); Moulton (6); Overstone (2); Stanion (8); Wollaston (28); Yardley Hastings (10, 15–17, 21).

Ramsey Abbey, Cogenhoe (8).

Rapiers, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xli; Pytchley, p. 123a.

Religious foundations and orders: Sectional Preface, p. l, p. liv, p. lvi–p. lvii, p. lxiii; Brampton Ash (5); Rothwell (10); Wilbarston (9).
-, Augustinian Nuns: Rothwell (10).
-, Cistercian Monks: Wilbarston (8, 9).

Ridge-and-furrow: see also Cultivation remains, Medieval; Sectional Preface, p. l, p. liii–p. lv, p. lvii, p. lix, p. lx–p. lxiv; Ashley (4); Billing (7); Bozeat (16, 17); Brafield-on-the-Green (33); Braybrooke (2, 3); Broughton (3, 4); Burton Latimer (10, 11); Carlton, East (4); Castle Ashby (1, 8, 12); Cogenhoe (9, 11, 15); Corby (20); Cottingham (4); Cranford (8); Cransley (8, 10, 11); Denton (10); Desborough (12); Dingley (3, 4); Doddington, Great (12, 14); Earls Barton (16, 17); Easton Maudit (16); Ecton (23); Geddington (8); Grafton Underwood (5); Grendon (18); Gretton (11); Hackleton (18, 19, 24); Hannington (5); Hardwick (6); Harrington (10); Harrowden, Great (13); Harrowden, Little (8); Holcot (6, 8); Houghton, Great (9); Houghton, Little (32); Irchester (12); Isham (5, 6); Kettering (17); Loddington (12); Mears Ashby (11); Middleton (1); Moulton (11); Newton (9, 12); Old (3); Orlingbury (5, 6, 10); Orton (3); Overstone (8); Pytchley (8, 11, 14); Rockingham (4, 6, 13); Rothwell (12); Rushton (13); Stanion (12); Stoke Albany (2, 5); Strixton (7, 10); Sutton Bassett (2); Sywell (10); Thorpe Malsor (3); Walgrave (11); Warkton (3); Weekley (12); Weldon (10); Wellingborough (35); Weston-by-Welland (2); Wilbarston (13); Wilby (8); Wollaston (36); Yardley Hastings (27).

Ridge-and-furrow in fishponds: Sectional Preface, p. lix; Braybrooke (1); Dingley (3).

Rings:
-, Iron Age: Strixton (1).
-, Roman: Hackleton (10); Houghton, Little (6, 15); Kettering (6).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Cransley (4); Desborough (7); Hackleton (11); Rothwell (6); Wilbarston, p. 172a.
-, Medieval: Easton Maudit (10).

Ring ditches: see also Hut-circles; Sectional Preface, p. xlii–p. xliii, p. lxii; Bozeat (1); Brafield-on-the-Green (2–9); Brampton Ash (1–3); Broughton (1); Burton Latimer (2–5); Corby (11); Doddington, Great (2); Earls Barton (7); Ecton (5–8, 18); Grendon (1–3, 7); Hannington (1–3); Harrowden, Great (2, 7); Harrowden, Little (1); Holcot (1); Houghton, Great (3); Irchester (2); Mears Ashby (4); Moulton (4, 6); Newton (2); Overstone (1); Pytchley (2); Rushton (2); Sywell (1, 5); Walgrave (2); Wellingborough (1, 2); Wilbarston (1, 5); Wollaston (19); Yardley Hastings (21).

Roads, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlvii; Kettering (6); Weekley (2); Yardley Hastings (19).
-, No. 170: Bozeat (9); Irchester (7); Appendix, p. 188.
-, No. 57a: Appendix, p. 186.
-, No. 570: Irchester (7); Appendix, p. 187.
-, No. 17(?): Irchester (7); Appendix, p. 188.

Rockingham, p. 126a–p. 130a.

Rockingham Forest: Sectional Preface, p. xxix, p. xliv, p. l, p. lx; Corby (17); Cottingham (2); Stanion (12).

Rothwell, p. 130a–p. 131b.

Rushton, p. 131b–p. 134b.

Rushton All Saints, Rushton (7, 8).

Rushton St. Peter, deserted village of, Rushton (7).

Salcey Forest: Sectional Preface, p. xxix, p. 1; Hackleton (16, 24).

Samian ware, see Pottery, Roman.

Sandals, Roman: Kettering (6); Yardley Hastings (9).

Saunders family, Harrington (5).

Scales, Anglo-Saxon, Desborough (6).

Scrapers: Brafield-on-the-Green (1, 10); Cogenhoe (1); Denton, p. 32a; (1); Doddington, Great, p. 37b; Ecton (1, 5, 14); Hackleton (9); Harrowden, Great (1); Houghton, Great, p. 84a; Houghton, Little (6, 15, 21); Irchester (7); Mears Ashby (6); Moulton, p. 110a; (6); Old, p. 116a; Overstone (1); Pytchley (4).

Selions, Sectional Preface, p. lx.

Settlements:
-, Prehistoric or Roman: see Enclosures, Prehistoric or Roman.
-, Neolithic: Sectional Preface, p. xlii.
-, Beaker: Sectional Preface, p. xlii; Ecton (1).
-, Bronze age: Kettering (2); Weekley (1); Wellingborough (3).
-, Iron age: Sectional Preface, p. xlii–p. xliii; Ashley (1); Bozeat (2–5); Brafield-on-the-Green (9, 13–26); Burton Latimer (7); Castle Ashby (2–6); Cogenhoe (3–6); Corby (2–6); Denton (1–5); Desborough (3); Doddington, Great (2–4); Earls Barton (7–11); Easton Maudit (2–5); Ecton (3, 4); Geddington (4); Grendon (5, 6, 8, 9); Gretton (1, 2); Hackleton (4–6); Harrowden, Great (6, 7); Holcot (2, 3); Houghton, Little (3–6, 8, 10, 12, 19, 24); Irchester (3, 4, 7); Isham (1); Kettering (4–7); Mears Ashby (5, 6); Rushton (3, 4); Strixton (1–6); Weekley (1, 2); Wellingborough (10–17); Wollaston (8, 9, 17, 18, 20, 22, 24); Yardley Hastings (3–5, 9, 16, 21).
-, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xxx–p. xl, p. xliii–p. xlix; Billing (3–6); Bozeat (7–10); Brafield-on-the-Green (14, 20–29); Burton Latimer (7, 8); Castle Ashby (4–8); Cogenhoe (4–6); Corby (4–15); Cottingham (1); Cranford (4–6); Cransley (3); Denton (1–8); Desborough (3–5); Doddington, Great (2, 4); Earls Barton (7, 9–13); Easton Maudit (5–7); Ecton (5, 9, 12, 14–18, 20); Geddington (1–4); Grendon (6, 9–12); Gretton (3–6); Hackleton (5–15); Hannington (2); Harrowden, Great (3, 7, 8); Holcot (3); Houghton, Great (4–6); Houghton, Little (5–10, 13–16, 22–27); Irchester (3–7); Isham (1–3); Kettering (5–7); Loddington (4); Mears Ashby (6–9); Moulton (5, 6); Newton (4); Orlingbury (2–4); Overstone (2–4); Pytchley (4, 7); Rothwell (3, 5); Rushton (4–6); Stanion (1–8); Strixton (6); Walgrave (3, 4); Weekley (1–3); Wellingborough (12–25); Wilbarston (3, 4); Wilby (2–6); Wollaston (2, 4, 5, 8, 12–16, 24–26, 28, 30); Yardley Hastings (7–22).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Sectional Preface, p. xlvii–p. xlix; Doddington, Great (6–9); Geddington (5); Grendon (14); Houghton, Great, p. 84b; Newton (6–8); Stanion (9); Wellingborough (26–28); Wollaston (31).
-, Medieval: see also Deserted villages and Settlement remains, Medieval; Section Preface, p. xlvii–p. lv.

Settlement remains, Medieval: Sectional Preface, p. l–p. lv; Ashley (2); Bozeat (16); Brampton Ash (4); Braybrooke (2, 3); Broughton (3); Burton Latimer (10); Carlton, East (2); Castle Ashby (9); Cogenhoe (9, 10, 14); Corby (19); Cranford (7); Cransley (8); Denton (9); Dingley (1); Doddington, Great (10); Easton Maudit (9); Grendon (15, 17); Hackleton (22, 23); Hannington (4); Hardwick (1); Harrington (7); Harrowden, Great (10, 11); Harrowden, Little (6); Holcot (6); Houghton, Great (8); Houghton, Little (30); Irchester (8, 10); Isham (4, 5); Kettering (15); Mears Ashby (10); Old (1); Orton (2); Pytchley (8, 10, 11); Rockingham (7); Rushton (8); Strixton (7); Sutton Bassett (1); Sywell (7); Thorpe Malsor (2); Walgrave (7); Warkton (2); Weekley (6); Wilby (7).

Shears, see Iron objects, Roman.

Sheep-farming: Sectional Preface, p. lii; Harrington (4); Orlingbury (6); Rushton (13); Weekley (8).

Shield bosses, Anglo-Saxon: Kettering (12); Loddington (5).

Shield grip, Anglo-Saxon, Loddington (5).

Shrines, see Temples.

Sickles, see Iron objects, Roman.

Simeon, Simon, Grafton Underwood (4).

Skeletons: see also Burials and Bones, Human.
-, Roman: Cogenhoe (5); Desborough (5); Kettering (7); Loddington (3); Weekley (1); Wilby (5).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Hackleton (11); Kettering (10); Thorpe Malsor (1); Weekley (4).
-, Medieval: Wilbarston (9).
-, Undated: Rushton (4, 10).

Skillets, Anglo-Saxon: Cransley (4); Desborough (6).

Slag:
-, Bronze: Brafield-on-the-Green (14).
-, Iron: Brafield-on-the-Green (19, 21); Burton Latimer (8); Castle Ashby (2, 4, 5); Cogenhoe (4); Corby (11); Cottingham (1); Easton Maudit (2, 8); Geddington (4); Gretton (6); Hackleton (22); Houghton, Great (3); Houghton, Little (9); Isham (4); Mears Ashby (5, 6); Newton (3, 6); Overstone (2); Rockingham (2); Stanion (6); Weldon (9); Yardley Hastings (4, 6, 12, 21).

Sleeper beam trench, Anglo-Saxon, Newton (7).

South Houghton Complex, Houghton, Little (15–20).

Spearheads:
-, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. lxi; Ecton, p. 47a; Hackleton, p. 62a; Wellingborough, p. 166b.
-, Roman: Irchester (7).
-, Anglo-Saxon: Cransley (4); Hackleton (11); Kettering (13); Loddington (5); Rothwell (6); Thorpe Malsor (1); Weekley (4).
-, Viking: Wellingborough (29).

Spindle whorls:
-, Iron Age or Roman: Gretton, p. 57a; Houghton, Little (6, 14).
-, Medieval: Houghton, Little (15).

Spoon, Anglo-Saxon, Desborough (6).

Staff-head, Roman, bronze, Kettering (6).

Stafford, Sir Humphrey, Gretton (10).

Stanhope family, Harrington (5).

Shears, see Iron objects, Roman.

Stanion, p. 134b–p. 136b.

Statues:
-, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlv; Irchester (7).
-, Post-medieval: Gretton (10); Weekley (11).

Steelyards, see Iron objects, Roman.

St. Evremond, Weekley (11).

Stirrup, Viking, Wellingborough (29).

St. Mary de Divisis, Cistercian Abbey of, Wilbarston (9).

Stoke Albany, p. 136b–p. 138b.

Stone roof slates: see also Tiles.
-, Roman: Irchester (7); Pytchley (4); Wellingborough (13, 20); Wilby (3).
-, Medieval: Gretton (8); Harrowden, Little (7).

Stratford, Edward, Overstone (6).

Strator Consularis, Irchester (7).

Street system, Roman, Irchester (7).

Strixton p. 138b–p. 142b.

Stukeley, William, Weekley (6, 11).

Sutton Bassett, p. 142b–p. 144a.

Swords, Anglo-Saxon: Cransley (4); Thorpe Malsor (1).

Sywell, p. 144a–p. 145b.

Temples, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlv; Bozeat (6); Irchester (7).

Temple Farm, Hackleton (20).

Tesserae: see also Mosaics, Roman; Ashley (1); Burton Latimer (8); Castle Ashby (7); Cogenhoe (4); Doddington, Great, p. 38a; Easton Maudit (7); Hackleton (5, 11); Houghton, Little (6, 20); Isham (2); Mears Ashby (7); Wollaston (2).

Thimble, bronze, Roman, Houghton, Little (9).

Thorpe: Doddington, Great (13); Earls Barton (16, 17).

Thorpe Malsor, p. 145b–p. 146a.

Thorpe Underwood, deserted village of: Harrington (10); Rothwell (9).

Tiles: see also Stone roof slates.
-, Roman:
-,-, General: Denton (1); Doddington, Great (4, 5); Earls Barton (7, 12); Easton Maudit (6); Hackleton (8, 10, 13); Harrowden, Great (3); Irchester (7); Isham (2); Mears Ashby (7); Rockingham (3); Stanion (3, 4, 7); Wilby (2, 3, 5); Yardley Hastings (10).
-,-, Flue: Brafield-on-the-Green (21); Cogenhoe (4); Corby (11); Easton Maudit (7); Kettering (7); Loddington (4); Rushton (5); Wollaston (2).
-,-, Roof: Brafield-on-the-Green (21, 26); Burton Latimer (7, 8); Castle Ashby (7); Cogenhoe (4, 5); Corby (11); Doddington, Great (4); Ecton (14); Grendon (6, 10); Gretton (3, 4, 6); Hackleton (7, 11, 12); Harrowden, Great (7); Houghton, Little (6, 9, 14, 16); Irchester (6); Kettering (6, 7); Mears Ashby (8); Moulton (6); Orlingbury (3, 4); Overstone (2); Wollaston (2, 25); Yardley Hastings (12, 15).
-, Medieval:
-,-, General: Harrington (4); Pytchley, p. 123b.
-,-, Floor: Cogenhoe (9); Wilbarston (9).
-,-, Ridge: Isham (4); Stanion (10); Weekley (5).
-,-, Roof: Doddington, Great (11); Gretton (8); Harrowden, Little (7); Irchester (11); Isham (4); Stanion (10).
-,-, Post-medieval: Loddington (8).

Toilet set, Iron Age or Roman, Denton (2).

Tollemache, Lord, Harrington (5).

Tongs, Medieval, Isham (4).

Tools, Roman, see Iron objects, Roman.

Tower, Anglo-Saxon, Earls Barton (14).

Towns, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlv–p. xlvii, p. li; Irchester (7).

Trackways, Ditched, Prehistoric or Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xliii; Brafield-on-the-Green (11, 14); Castle Ashby (1, 12); Denton (7); Earls Barton (7); Easton Maudit (1, 2); Ecton (2, 15); Hannington (2); Harrington (1); Harrowden, Great (7); Houghton, Little (6, 11); Irchester (1, 2, 5); Mears Ashby (6); Strixton (1); Walgrave (1); Weekley (1); Wellingborough (10); Wollaston (5–7, 10, 21, 27); Yardley Hastings (2).

Tresham family: Newton (10); Rushton (7, 13).

Trussell, John, Orlingbury (6).

Tumuli, see Barrows.

Turrets, Roman, Irchester (7).

Tweezers, Anglo-Saxon: Houghton, Great, p. 84b; Kettering (10).

Van de Meulen, Weekley (11).

Viking finds, Wellingborough (29).

Villas, Roman: see also Buildings, Roman; Sectional Preface, p. xlv; Ashley (1); Doddington, Great (5); Hackleton (11); Weldon (3); Wollaston (2).

Vitruvius Britannicus, Weekley (11).

Walgrave, p. 146a–p. 150b.

Wall-plaster, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xliv; Bozeat (10); Easton Maudit (7); Grendon (9); Hackleton (11); Houghton, Little (14); Irchester (7); Kettering (6); Wollaston (2).

Ward, Daniel, Houghton, Little (32).

Wasters:
-, Roman: Brafield-on-the-Green (21); Gretton (4).
-, Medieval: Stanion (10).

Warkton, p. 150b–p. 152a.

Warrens: Sectional Preface, p. lxiv; Rockingham (6); Weekley (10).

Watermills, sites of: Sectional Preface, p. lvii, p. lix–p. lx; Carlton, East (3); Dingley (3); Earls Barton (16); Holcot (5); Orlingbury (6); Pytchley (13); Rockingham (8, 10); Stoke Albany (1, 3); Walgrave (10); Weekley (7); Wilbarston (9, 10).

Weekley, p. 152a–p. 164a.

Weights, Roman: Hackleton, p. 62a; Irchester (7).

Weldon, p. 164a–p. 166a.

Wells:
-, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xlvii; Desborough (4); Irchester (7); Kettering (6); Loddington (3); Rockingham (3); Wellingborough (12); Yardley Hastings (9).
-, Medieval: Isham (4); Pytchley (10); Wellingborough (32).

Wellingborough, p. 166b–p. 170a.

West Grendon Complex, Grendon (3–6).

Weston-by-Welland, p. 170a–b.

Wheelwright, William, Newton (10).

Whiston, Cogenhoe (8, 9).

White, William, Weekley (11).

Wilbarston, p. 170b–p. 175a.

Wilby, p. 175a–b.

Windmill mounds and sites of windmills: Sectional Preface, p. lx; Cransley (9); Harrington (8); Holcot (7); Old (2); Rockingham (9); Rushton (12); Strixton (9); Sywell (9); Walgrave (9); Weekley (11); Wilbarston (11, 12); Wollaston (32).

Window frames, so-called, Medieval, Kettering (14).

Woodland management, Sectional Preface, p. lxv.

Wollaston, p. 176a–p. 182a.

Wythmail, deserted village of, Orlingbury (5, 10).

Yardley Hastings, p. 182a–p. 186b.

Yelverton family, Easton Maudit (11, 16).