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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 3, Archaeological Sites in North-West Northamptonshire. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1981.

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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 text. The classified lists, arranged chronologically, are selective.

INDEX

Access-ways: Ashby St. Ledgers (3, 7); Crick (10); Elkington (7); Farthingstone (5); Harlestone, p. 97b; Kilsby (2).

Almshouses, Lamport (15).

Althorp, p. 1a–p. 3a.

Althorp, deserted village of, Althorp (1).

Ampulla, Woodford-cum-Membris, p. 203a.

Amulet, Daventry (2).

Andrews, Thomas, Charwelton (1).

Anti-aircraft batteries visible as cropmarks: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Boughton, p. 14b; Brixworth, p. 28a; Brockhall, p. 32a; Harlestone, p. 97b.

Antler, Daventry (18).

Arbury Hill: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvi; Badby (2).

Archways, Holdenby (4).

Arrowheads:
-, Flint: Boughton, p. 14b; Brixworth, p. 27b, (3, 4, 7, 8, 11).
-, Barbed-and-tanged: Boughton, p. 14b; Brampton, Chapel (11); Brampton, Church (2); Brixworth (2); Daventry, p. 63b; Draughton, p. 75a; Spratton, p. 172b.
-, Leaf-shaped: Boughton, p. 14b; Brampton, Chapel (11); Brixworth (2); Daventry, p. 63b; Draughton, p. 75a.
-, Iron: Marston Trussell (6).

Arthingworth, p. 3a–p. 5a.

Ashby St. Ledgers, p. 5a–p. 7b.

Avenues, Althorp (1, 2).

Axes:
-, Palaeolithic: Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv; Badby, p. 7b; Daventry, p. 63a.
-, Mesolithic: Flore, p. 91b.
-, Neolithic, flint: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Badby (2); Boughton, p. 14b; Brampton, Church (1); Brixworth, p. 27b, (9, 15); Daventry, p. 63b; Everdon, p. 80a; Guilsborough, p. 95a; Long Buckby, p. 131a.
-, Neolithic, stone: Brampton, Chapel (1); Brixworth, p. 27b; Brockhall, p. 32a; Canons Ashby, p. 34b; Daventry, p. 63b; Farthingstone, p. 86a; Flore, p. 91b; Sibbertoft, p. 170b; Spratton, p. 172b.
-, Bronze Age: Daventry, p. 63b; Naseby, p. 143a.
-, Roman: Daventry (18).
-, Viking: Daventry, p. 67b.

Badby, p. 7b–p. 12a.

Badby Wood: Badby (5, 6); Fawsley (4).

Bannaventa: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii; Daventry, p. 62b, (35); Norton (4); Whilton, p. 199a; Appendix, p. 207b, 209a.

Banqueting house, Holdenby (4).

Barby, p. 12a–p. 14b.

Barby Nortoft: Barby, p. 12a; Kilsby (2, 5).

Barrows: see also Ring ditches; Badby (9); Canons Ashby (3); Charwelton, p. 43b; Crick, p. 60b; Daventry (1, 2, 4–17, 19); Draughton (7); Haddon, East (1); Haddon, West (1); Harlestone (6); Kilsby (1); Lamport (4–6, 10, 11); Lilbourne (1); Norton (9); Pitsford (4).
-, Neolithic: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Daventry, p. 68a; Stowe-Nine-Churches (1).
-, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Boughton (2); Brixworth, p. 28a; Daventry (2).
-, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii; Daventry (4–17).

Baskervilles Manor, Hellidon (1).

Bastion, Weedon Bec (2).

Baths, Roman: Brixworth (16); Daventry (18).

Battle-axes, see Axes.

Baynes, Adam, Holdenby (4).

Beads: see also Necklaces.
-, Bronze Age: Brampton, Chapel (10).
-, Saxon: Daventry (19); Holdenby (2); Newnham (2); Norton (9); Welton (2).

Beakers, see Pottery, Bronze Age.

Bennet family, Marston Trussell (6).

Bits, see Harness-fittings.

Bittlesden Abbey, Charwelton (1).

Bones:
-, Animal: Daventry (2, 3, 18), p. 68a.
-, Human: see also Skeletons; Daventry p. 63b, (11, 12); Haddon, East, p. 96b; Long Buckby (6).

Borough Hill: Sectional Preface, p. xxv, xxxvi, xxxvii; Daventry (1–21).

Botfield, Beriah, Norton (12).

Bottles, see Glass.

Boughton, p. 14b–p. 16b.

Boughton Green, deserted settlement of, Boughton (7).

Bowling alley, Holdenby (4).

Bowling green, Lamport (12).

Bracelets:
-, Bronze Age: Brampton, Chapel (10).
-, Roman: Daventry (18); Pitsford, p. 161b.

Brampton, Chapel, p. 16b–p. 20a.

Brampton, Church, p. 20a–p. 21b.

Braunston, p. 21b–p. 25a.

Braunstonbury, deserted village of, Braunston (1, 7).

Braunston Cleves, deserted village of: Braunston (3, 7); Stanford-on-Avon (4).

Braunston, Little, Braunston (1, 7).

Bricks:
-, Medieval: Marston Trussell (8).
-, Undated: Daventry, p. 68a, (32).

Brington, p. 25a–p. 26b.

Brington, Little, Brington (4, 5).

Brixworth, p. 26b–p. 31b.

Brockhall, p. 31b–p. 33b.

Bronze Age tools, see Axes, Daggers, Palstaves, Spearheads and Swords.

Bronze-working, Roman, Brixworth (16).

Brooches:
-, Iron Age: Daventry, p. 67b; Farthingstone (3).
-, Roman: Daventry (18); Norton (4).
-, Saxon: Brixworth (22, 23); Daventry (19); Holdenby (2); Naseby, p. 143a; Newham (2); Norton, p. 153a, (9); Welford, p. 196a; Welton (2).

Bryan, Sir Francis, Canons Ashby (1).

Bucket Urns, see Pottery, Bronze Age.

Buckles:
-, Roman: Daventry (18).
-, Saxon: Brixworth (22, 23); Daventry (19).
-, Medieval: Catesby (6); Lamport (15).
-, Undated: Daventry (11).

Buildings:
-, Roman: see also Villas; Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii; Harlestone (10); Maidwell (8); Marston Trussell (3); Norton (4).
-, Medieval: Badby (3); Brixworth (33–35); Daventry (29, 32); Farthingstone (4); Lamport (15); Long Buckby (8); Norton (11).

Building platforms, see House-sites.

Burials, including cremations: see also Barrows, Cemeteries and Skeletons.
-, Beaker: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Norton (2).
-, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Daventry (2).
-, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii; Catesby (1); Daventry (9, 11, 12, 16, 17); Haddon, West (2); Long Buckby (3); Norton (4); Appendix, p. 207b.
-, Saxon: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii; Boughton (6); Brixworth (24, 34); Clipston (5); Crick (6); Daventry (19–21); Norton (9); Oxendon, Great (5); Welton (1); Appendix, p. 207a, b.
-, Undated: Brixworth (16); Charwelton, p. 43b, (10); Clipston, p. 49a; Daventry (3, 6); Harlestone (14); Weedon Bec (4).

Burnaby, Richard, Watford (5).

Burnt Walls: Daventry (35); Newnham (4).

Burrow Dykes, Pitsford (9).

Burrows or Burrow-hill, Guilsborough (5).

Button, Medieval, Lamport (15).

Byfield, p. 33b–p. 34b.

Calme, deserted village of, Clipston, p. 49a.

Canons Ashby, p. 34b–p. 37b.

Canons Ashby, deserted village of: Canons Ashby (1); Stanford-on-Avon (4).

Canons Ashby Priory, Canons Ashby (1, 2).

Castles: see also Manor houses, sites of, Moats and Mottes and baileys; Sectional Preface, p. xlix; Barby (2); Daventry (32); Farthingstone (4); Lilbourne (2); Long Buckby, p. 130b, (8); Preston Capes (1, 3); Sibbertoft (8); Weedon Bec (2).

Castle Dykes, Farthingstone (3, 4).

Castle Yard, Sibbertoft (8).

Catesby, p. 37b–p. 43a.

Catesby, deserted settlement of, Watford (2, 4).

Catesby family: Althorp (1); Arthingworth (4); Watford (3).

Catesby, Lower, deserted village of, Catesby (2, 3, 8).

Catesby Priory, Catesby (2–4, 6, 8).

Catesby, Upper, deserted village of, Catesby (2, 8).

Cave family, Stanford-on-Avon (4).

Cemeteries: see also Barrows and Burials.
-, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Brampton, Chapel (10).
-, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii; Norton (4).
-, Saxon: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii; Badby, p. 8a; Brixworth (22, 23, 33); Holdenby (2); Newnham (2); Pitsford (4); Welton (2).
-, Medieval: Clipston (6).

Charcoal: Daventry (6, 11); Farthingstone (3).

Charters: Sectional Preface, p. xxxviii; Badby (2, 5); Braunston (3); Daventry, p. 63a; Dodford (1); Everdon (3); Fawsley (1); Newnham (3).

Charwelton, p. 43b–p. 47b.

Charwelton, Upper or Over, Charwelton (3).

Chelverdescote, Newnham (3).

Chilcote, deserted settlement of, Thornby (2, 5).

Chisel, Naseby, p. 143a.

Churches and chapels, sites of: Badby (3); Brixworth (38); Lamport (15); Long Buckby (6); Oxendon, Great (9); Preston Capes (3); Sulby (2, 3).

Church Charwelton, deserted village of, Charwelton (1).

Cists:
-, Bronze Age: Brampton, Chapel (10).
-, ? Roman: Daventry (6, 16, 17).
-, ? Saxon: Daventry (21).

Cistercian Nuns, see Religious foundations and orders.

Civil War earthworks: Sectional Preface, p. liv; Farndon, East, p. 84a; Kelmarsh (14, 16); Sulby (4).

Clasps, Saxon: Holdenby (2); Newnham (2).

Claw beaker, Saxon, Pitsford (4).

Clay Coton, p. 47b–p. 48b.

Clerke, Gilbert, Lamport (12).

Clerke, Sir George, Watford (6).

Clipston, p. 49a–p. 51b.

Closes, Medieval: Sectional Preface, p. xlviii; Ashby St. Ledgers (3); Badby (4); Barby (1–3); Brampton, Chapel (13); Braunston (1, 3); Brington (3, 4); Byfield (3); Canons Ashby (1); Catesby (2, 3, 6); Charwelton (1, 3); Clipton (6, 7); Cold Ashby (2, 3); Cottesbrooke (4, 5); Creaton (10); Crick (7); Daventry (31); Dodford (1); Draughton (10); Everdon (2, 3, 5); Farndon, East (4); Farthingstone (5); Flore (4); Guilsborough (6); Kelmarsh (14); Lamport (14–16); Lilbourne (3); Long Buckby (5–7); Maidwell (3); Marston Trussell (6, 8, 9); Naseby (3); Newnham (3); Norton (11, 12); Oxendon, Great (9); Preston Capes (2–4); Ravensthorpe (9); Sibbertoft (9); Stanford-on-Avon (4, 6); Stowe-Nine-Churches (11); Sulby (3); Thornby (2); Watford (2–4); Welford (13, 14); Welton (3); Winwick (1); Woodford-cum-Membris (2); Yelvertoft (4).

Cluniac Priory, see Religious foundations and orders.

Coal, Daventry (18).

Coffins: Guilsborough (5); Sulby (2).

Coins:
-, Iron Age: Daventry, p. 67b; Maidwell, p. 135b; Norton (4).
-, Roman: Arthingworth, p. 3a; Ashby St. Ledgers, p. 5a; Boughton (4); Brixworth, p. 28a; Brockhall, p. 32a; Catesby, p. 37b; Crick, p. 60a; Daventry, p. 63b, (3, 18, 19), p. 68a; Dodford, p. 72a; Draughton (9); Everdon (1); Farthingstone (3); Flore, p. 91b; Haddon, West (1); Harlestone, p. 97b, (10); Lamport (7); Marston Trussell (3); Norton (4–6); Oxendon, Great, p. 158b; Spratton, p. 174a; Welton, p. 198a, (2).
-, Saxon: Brixworth, p. 29b.
-, Medieval: Brixworth (17); Dodford, p. 72b; Lamport (15).
-, Post-medieval: Boughton (7); Oxendon, Great (9).

Coin hoards:
-, Roman: Brixworth, p. 28a; Harlestone (10); Naseby, p. 143a; Norton (4).
-, Medieval: Clay Coton (1); Scaldwell, p. 169b.

Cold Ashby, p. 51b–p. 53b.

Collared Urns, see Pottery, Bronze Age.

Columns, Medieval, Sulby (2).

Common fields, see Cultivation remains.

Cooking pot, bronze, Roman, Daventry, p. 66b.

Cope, Sir John, Canons Ashby (1, 2, 7).

Cores: Brixworth (1–5, 8, 15); Farthingstone (3).
-, Mesolithic: Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv; Brockhall, p. 32a; Creaton, p. 58b; Draughton, p. 75a; Pitsford, p. 161b.
-, Neolithic and Bronze Age: Brampton, Chapel (1, 4, 6); Brixworth (3, 4, 7, 10, 11); Daventry, p. 63b.

Corn-drying oven, Medieval, Lamport (15).

Coton, Ravensthorpe (9, 10).

Cottesbrooke, p. 54a–p. 58a.

Cotton End, Long Buckby, p. 130b, (7).

Creaton, p. 58b–p. 60a.

Creaton, Little, deserted village of, Creaton (10, 11).

Crew-yards, Braunston (1); Flore (4).

Crick, p. 60a–p. 62a.

Cultivation remains, Medieval: See also Ridge-and-furrow; Sectional Preface, p. li–p. liv; Althorpe (3); Arthingworth (6); Ashby St. Ledgers (7); Badby (8); Barby (4); Boughton (11); Brampton, Chapel (14); Brampton, Church (13); Braunston (7); Brington (5); Brixworth (42); Brockhall (2); Byfield (5); Canons Ashby (7); Catesby (8); Charwelton (9); Clay Coton (3); Clipston (8); Cold Ashby (4); Cottesbrooke (7); Creaton (11); Crick (10); Daventry (34); Dodford (3); Draughton (14); Elkington (7); Everdon (6); Farndon, East (7); Farthingstone (6); Fawsley (8); Flore (6); Guilsborough (8); Haddon, East (3); Haddon West (3); Harlestone (13); Haselbech (4); Hellidon (2); Holdenby (7); Hollowell (7); Kelmarsh (18); Kilsby (5); Lamport (19); Lilbourne (6); Long Buckby (9); Maidwell (16); Marston Trussell (10); Naseby (5); Newnham (5); Norton (16); Oxendon, Great (10); Pitsford (8); Preston Capes (10); Ravensthorpe (10); Scaldwell (3); Sibbertoft (11); Spratton (15); Stanford-on-Avon (7); Staverton (3); Stowe-Nine-Churches (12); Sulby (5); Thornby (5); Watford (6); Weedon Bec (3); Welford (17); Welton (5); Whilton (3); Winwick (2); Woodford-cum-Membris (3); Yelvertoft (5).

Cumberford, deserted settlement of, Watford (2, 4).

Daggers:
-, Beaker: Norton (2).
-, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Marston Trussell, p. 138a.

Dams, Medieval and later: see also Fishponds, Ponds and Watermills; Sectional Preface, p. l; Braunston (2); Brixworth (39, 40); Canons Ashby (4); Charwelton (2); Cottesbrooke (4); Creaton (10); Draughton (12); Elkington (6); Guilsborough (7); Haddon, East (2); Holdenby (3, 5); Kelmarsh (15); Lamport (9, 17, 18); Long Buckby (5); Maidwell (14, 15); Newnham (4); Norton (13); Oxendon, Great (9); Preston Capes (5, 6); Sulby (2); Thornby (2).

Date-stones, Althorp (2).

Daventry, p. 62a–p. 72a.

Daventry Priory: Daventry (30); Norton (10, 16); Preston Capes (1).

de Aincurt, Walter, Braunston (1).

de Bulliers, Hilary, Braunston (1).

de Buttivillar, William, Cottesbrooke (4).

de Cantelupe, George, Barby (1).

Deer parks: Sectional Preface, p. xlix; Badby (6); Daventry (33); Dodford (2); Fawsley (4); Holdenby (5); Preston Capes (2–4, 10); Stowe-Nine-Churches (10, 13).

de Esseby, Robert, Catesby (2, 4).

de Keynes, William, Dodford (2).

de Lacy, Henry, Long Buckby, p. 130b.

Delapré Abbey, Braunston (3).

de Middleton, Geoffrey, Stowe-Nine-Churches (10).

de Montacute family: see also Montagu family; Preston Capes (3, 4).

de Quincy family, Long Buckby (8).

Deserted villages and hamlets: see also Settlement remains, Medieval; Sectional Preface, p. xxxviii, xl, xlii, xliv, xlvi; Barby (1); Boughton (7); Braunston (1); Catesby (2, 3, 6); Charwelton (1); Clipston (6); Creaton (10); Elkington (6); Everdon (3); Fawsley (1); Flore (4); Guilsborough, p. 93b; Holdenby (3); Kelmarsh (14); Lamport (15); Marston Trussell (9); Norton (10, 11); Oxendon, Great (9); Sulby (2, 3); Thornby (2); Watford (3); Yelvertoft (3).

de Wideville, William, Sulby (2).

Ditches, including linear ditches:
-, Prehistoric or Roman: Arthingworth (1); Boughton (2, 3); Brampton, Chapel (1, 5, 7–9, 11); Brampton, Church (2, 8, 10); Brington (1, 2); Draughton (4, 5); Farthingstone (2); Flore (2); Harlestone (1, 4, 5); Kelmarsh (2, 3, 9); Maidwell (3, 8); Naseby (1); Norton (1, 3–5, 7); Pitsford (1, 2); Spratton (3, 6); Stanford-on-Avon (1); Stowe-Nine-Churches (2–8); Welford (1, 2, 4).
-, Undated: Stowe-Nine-Churches (13).

Dodford, p. 72a–p. 75a.

Domesday Book: Sectional Preface, p. xxxviii, xlii; Althorp (1); Arthingworth (4); Ashby St. Ledgers (3); Braunston (1); Brington (3); Brixworth (40); Brockhall (1); Canons Ashby (1); Catesby (2, 3, 6); Charwelton (1, 3); Clay Coton (2); Clipston, p. 49a, (7); Cold Ashby (3); Creaton (10); Dodford (1); Draughton (10); Elkington (6); Everdon (3); Fawsley (1); Flore (4); Guilsborough, p. 93b; Haselbech (3); Hellidon (1); Holdenby (3); Kelmarsh (14); Lamport (8, 15); Lilbourne (3); Long Buckby (5); Marston Trussell (8); Naseby (3); Newnham (3); Norton (10–12); Oxendon, Great (9); Preston Capes (2); Ravensthorpe (9); Stanford-on-Avon (4); Sulby (2, 3); Thornby (2); Watford (3, 4); Winwick (1); Woodford-cum-Membris (2).

Double villages: Fawsley (1); Holdenby (3).

Dove-cots: Ashby St. Ledgers (3); Cottesbrooke (5).

Dower House: Badby (6); Fawsley (3).

Downtown, deserted village of, Stanford-on-Avon (4, 6, 7).

Draughton, p. 75a–p. 77b.

Drayton, Daventry (31, 34).

Dryden family, Canons Ashby (2, 5).

Duston, Roman settlement at, Appendix, p. 209a, b.

East Harlestone Complex, Harlestone (1).

Elkington, p. 77b–p. 80a.

Elkington, deserted village of, Elkington (6).

Emparking: see also Deer parks; Sectional Preface, p. xlvi; Fawsley (1); Haselbech (3); Marston Trussell (6, 9); Newnham (3); Norton (12); Stanford-on-Avon (4); Watford (4, 5).

Enclosure, of fields and wastes: Sectional Preface, p. lii; Althorp (3); Arthingworth (6); Ashby St. Ledgers (7); Badby (8); Barby (4); Boughton (11); Brampton, Chapel (14); Brampton, Church (13); Braunston (7); Brington (5); Brixworth (42); Brockhall (2); Byfield (5); Canons Ashby (7); Catesby (8); Charwelton (9); Clay Coton (3); Clipston (8); Cold Ashby (4); Cottesbrooke (7); Creaton (11); Crick (10); Daventry, p. 63a, (34); Dodford (3); Draughton (14); Elkington (7); Everdon (6); Farndon, East (7); Farthingstone (6); Fawsley (8); Flore (6); Guilsborough (8); Haddon, East (3); Haddon, West (3); Harlestone (13); Haselbech (4); Hellidon (2); Holdenby (7); Hollowell (7); Kelmarsh (18); Kilsby (5); Lamport (19); Lilbourne (6); Long Buckby (9); Maidwell (16); Marston Trussell (10); Naseby (5); Newnham (5); Norton (16); Oxendon, Great (10); Pitsford (8); Preston Capes (10); Ravensthorpe (10); Scaldwell (3); Sibbertoft (11); Spratton (15); Stanford-on-Avon (7); Staverton (3); Stowe-Nine-Churches (12); Sulby (5); Thornby (5); Watford (6); Weedon Bec (3); Welford (17); Welton (5); Whilton (3); Winwick (2); Woodford-cum-Membris (3); Yelvertoft (5).

Enclosures:
-, Prehistoric or Roman: Arthingworth (1); Ashby St. Ledgers (1); Boughton (1, 3); Brampton, Chapel (1–3, 6–9, 11, 12); Brampton, Church (2, 5, 8, 10, 11); Brington (1, 2); Cold Ashby (1); Cottesbrooke (3); Crick (1); Draughton (4–6); Farthingstone (1, 3); Flore (1–3); Guilsborough (1, 5); Harlestone (1, 2, 5); Kelmarsh (1–3, 6, 9); Lamport (2, 3); Long Buckby (1, 2); Maidwell (3, 8); Naseby (1); Norton (3–5, 7); Pitsford (2); Spratton (1, 3, 4, 8); Stanford-on-Avon (1); Stowe-Nine-Churches (1–7, 9); Welford (1, 2, 4–6).
-, Medieval or later: Arthingworth (3); Brington (3); Brixworth (39); Draughton (15); Fawsley (2, 9); Flore (5); Hellidon (1); Lamport (8); Lilbourne (2); Marston Trussell (7); Oxendon, Great (9); Scaldwell (2); Spratton (14); Stanford-on-Avon (5); Sulby (2).
-, Undated: Daventry (35); Norton (17); Oxendon, Great (10).

Everdon, p. 80a–p. 82b.

Everdon, Great, Everdon (4, 5).

Everdon, Little, Everdon (2).

Evesham Abbey, Badby (3, 6).

Farndon, East, p. 82b–p. 84b.

Farndon, West, Woodford-cum-Membris (2, 3).

Farthingstone, p. 84b–p. 88a.

Fawcliff, see Braunston Cleves, deserted village of.

Fawsley, p. 88a–p. 91b.

Faxton, deserted village of, Lamport (15, 16, 19).

Fibulae, see Brooches.

Fields, Prehistoric or Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvi; Brampton, Church (10).

Field names:
-, Attle: Hellidon (2).
-, Bare Hill Ground: Badby (8).
-, Barley: Daventry (34).
-, Bean: Daventry (34).
-, Berry Meadow: Flore (4).
-, Brackleydale: Barby (4).
-, Bridge: Spratton (15).
-, Briers Orchard: Norton (14).
-, Chain Piece: Fawsley (1).
-, Chapel: Braunston (1); Naseby (5).
-, Church: Braunston (1).
-, Comb: Clipston, p. 49a.
-, Court Close: Catesby (5).
-, Court Yard: Badby (3).
-, Crick Path: Lilbourne (6).
-, Demwell: Brixworth (42).
-, East: Flore (6); Haddon, East (3); Newnham (5).
-, East Highway Ground: Newnham (2).
-, Fishers Close: Kilsby (4).
-, Fowlham Meadow: Holdenby (5, 7).
-, Furr: Brampton, Church (13).
-, Further: Hellidon (2).
-, Grange: Cold Ashby (2).
-, Graves Piece: Preston Capes (3).
-, Great Chilcotes: Thornby (2).
-, Great Hill Ground: Preston Capes (3).
-, Great Mill: Preston Capes (9).
-, Great Shawney: Norton (4).
-, Hall Home Close: Lamport (16).
-, Hall Close: Barby (2); Farndon, East (4); Yelvertoft (4).
-, Hall: Welford (14).
-, Hammers: Long Buckby (9).
-, High: Watford (3).
-, Highway: Long Buckby (9).
-, Hill: Hellidon (2); Lilbourne (6).
-, Hoborow: Long Buckby (9).
-, Holdenby: Haddon, East (3).
-, Home Close: Braunston (4); Charwelton (1).
-, Horse Close: Cottesbrooke (5).
-, House Ground: Flore (4).
-, Lawn, The: Fawsley (1).
-, Little Chilcotes: Thornby (2).
-, Little Coneygree: Everdon (2).
-, Longlande: Holdenby (7).
-, Longsmall: Everdon (1).
-, Lower: Farthingstone (6); Hellidon (2).
-, Lower Hughes Close: Norton (11).
-, Meadow: Newnham (5).
-, Middle: Brampton, Chapel (14); Brampton, Church (13); Creaton (11); Farthingstone (6); Flore (6); Haddon, East (3); Hellidon (2); Lamport (19); Newnham (5); Spratton (15); Watford (3, 6).
-, Mill: Marston Trussell (10).
-, Mill Bank: Thornby (4).
-, Moat Close: Watford (2).
-, Moor: Lilbourne (6).
-, Mott Close Meadow: Watford (2).
-, Nether: Barby (4); Brampton, Chapel (14); Creaton (11); Lamport (19).
-, Nineveh: Draughton (11).
-, North: Haddon, East (3); Holdenby (7); Long Buckby (9); Newnham (5).
-, North Rye: Spratton (15).
-, North Thornby Close: Fawsley (9).
-, Old Mill: Naseby (5).
-, Old Nobold Close: Clipston (6).
-, Parke: Holdenby (7).
-, Pitway: Marston Trussell (10).
-, Pool Close: Woodford-cum-Membris (2).
-, Rie: Brampton, Chapel (14); Brampton, Church (13).
-, Rye Hill: Farthingstone (6).
-, Sharoah: Harlestone (10).
-, Sharrocks Close: Watford (3).
-, Sheep Pen Parks: Stowe-Nine-Churches (10).
-, Shepshoks: Naseby (5).
-, Short Attle: Hellidon (2).
-, Shotnell: Brixworth (42).
-, South: Haddon, East (3).
-, South Rye: Spratton (15).
-, Stone Pit Close: Welton (2).
-, Spinney: Naseby (5).
-, Surney: Long Buckby, p. 103a, (9).
-, Threeway: Marston Trussell (10).
-, Townsend Close: Arthingworth (5).
-, Turnmoore: Naseby (5).
-, Upper: Creaton (11); Hellidon (2); Lamport (19).
-, Upper Middle: Haddon, East (3).
-, Water Loggs: Sibberroft (9).
-, West: Brampton, Church (13); Creaton (11); Farthingstone (6); Flore (6); Haddon, East (3); Newnham (5).
-, Whaddon: Brixworth (42).
-, Wheat: Daventry (34).
-, Windmill Ground: Charwelton (8).
-, Wood: Barby (4); Holdenby (7); Spratton (15).
-, Woodhill: Hellidon (1).

Fishponds, Medieval or later: see also Ponds; Sectional Preface, p. l; Arthingworth (5); Ashby St. Ledgers (4); Badby (3); Barby (1); Braunston (2); Canons Ashby (4); Charwelton (2, 4, 5); Cottesbrooke (4); Crick (8); Daventry (30); Draughton (12); Guilsborough (7); Haddon, East (2); Kelmarsh (14, 16); Kilsby (4); Lamport (9); Lilbourne (2, 4); Maidwell (14, 15); Norton (11, 14); Preston Capes (5); Sulby (2); Welford (15).

Fitz Walters, Robert, Daventry (33).

Flints, worked: see also Arrowheads, Axes, Cores, Daggers, Picks and Scrapers; Sectional Preface, p. xxiv; Badby (1); Boughton, p. 14b, (2); Brampton, Chapel, p. 17a, (1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 12); Brampton, Church, p. 20b, (2, 4); Brixworth, p. 27b, (1–11, 13, 15, 20); Daventry, p. 63b (22–26); Draughton, p. 75a; Farthingstone (3); Guilsborough, p. 95a; Harlestone (4); Hollowell (1); Lamport (1); Pitsford, p. 161b; Weedon Bec, p. 194a; Welford, p. 195a; Woodford-cum-Membris, p. 203a.
-, Mesolithic: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Brampton, Chapel (4); Brixworth (5, 8, 15); Draughton, p. 75a; Elkington (1).
-, Neolithic and Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Brampton, Chapel (1–4); Brampton Church (3, 8); Brixworth (3–11, 15); Draughton (1–3); Lamport (10); Maidwell (1, 2); Spratton (2, 7, 8).

Flore, p. 91b–p, 93b.

Flower-beds: see also Knot gardens; Althorp (2); Holdenby (4); Lamport (12).

Garden remains: Sectional Preface, p. liv; Althorp (2); Arthingworth (4); Canons Ashby (2, 5); Catesby (4, 7); Cottesbrooke (6); Draughton (11); Fawsley (3); Holdenby (4); Lamport (12, 13, 16); Norton (13); Sibbertoft (9); Watford (5); Welford (14).

Giffords Manor, Hellidon (1).

Glass:
-, Vessels:
-,-, Roman: Daventry (18); Norton (4).
-,-, Saxon: Pitsford (4).
-,-, Post-medieval: Boughton (7); Canons Ashby (2).
-, Windows: Daventry (8).

Glassthorpe, deserted village of, Brington (5); Flore (4, 6).

Goblet, Venetian glass, Canons Ashby (2).

Gravel-working, Sectional Preface, p. xxiii.

Grey ware, see Pottery, Roman.

Guilsborough, p. 93b–p. 96a.

Gyldford, Andrew, Crick (7).

Haddon, East, p. 96a–p. 96b.

Haddon, West, p. 96b–p. 97a.

Ha-ha: Holdenby (4); Lamport (12); Watford (5).

Hairpin, Saxon, Holdenby (2).

Hanging Houghton, Lamport (13, 14, 19).

Harlestone, p. 97b–p. 100a.

Harley, Edward, Stowe-Nine-Churches (12).

Harness-fittings:
-, Saxon: Brixworth (22, 23).
-, Medieval: Lamport (15); Oxendon, Great (9).

Haselbech, p. 100a–p. 102a.

Hatton, Sir Christopher: Holdenby (3–7); Sulby (2).

Headlands: Arthingworth (6); Crick (10); Lamport (15, 19); Long Buckby (2); Weedon Bec, p. 194a; Welton (5).

Hearths:
-, Roman: Harlestone (10); Long Buckby (4); Norton (4, 5).
-, Medieval: Norton (5); Oxendon, Great (9).

Hellidon, p. 102a–p. 103b.

Hill forts: Sectional Preface, p. xxv, xxxvi, xxxvii; Badby (2); Daventry (1–21).

Hinton, Woodford-cum-Membris, p. 203a, (3).

Holdenby, p. 103b–p. 109b.

Holdenby, deserted village of, Holdenby (3).

Hollowell, p. 110a–p. 111a.

Hollow-ways: Althorp (1); Arthingworth (4); Ashby St. Ledgers (3); Badby (3–6); Barby (1–3); Brampton, Chapel (13); Braunston (1, 3, 4); Brington (3); Brockhall (1); Canons Ashby (1, 7); Catesby (2, 3, 6); Charwelton (1, 2); Clipston (6, 7); Cold Ashby (2); Cottesbrooke (4–6); Crick (7); Daventry (3); Dodford (1); Draughton (10, 11); Elkington (6); Everdon (2–5); Farndon, East (4); Farthingstone (5); Fawsley, p. 88b, (1); Flore (4); Haselbech (3); Holdenby (3); Kelmarsh (14); Lamport (8, 15); Lilbourne (2–4, 6); Long Buckby (5, 6, 8); Marston Trussell (6); Naseby (3); Newnham (3); Norton (11, 12); Oxendon, Great (7, 9); Preston Capes (2, 4, 6, 7); Sibbertoft (9); Spratton (13); Stanford-on-Avon (4, 6); Staverton (2); Sulby (3); Thornby (2); Watford (3, 4, 5); Weedon Bec (1); Welford (13); Winwick (1); Woodford-cum-Membris (2); Yelvertoft (4).

Hone, Medieval, Arthingworth (3).

Hothorpe, deserted village of, Marston Trussell (9, 10).

House-sites, Medieval: Sectional Preface, p. xlvii; Althorp (1); Arthingworth (4); Ashby St. Ledgers (3); Barby (1); Brampton, Chapel (13); Brampton, Church (12); Braunston (1, 3); Brington (3, 4); Brixworth (39); Canons Ashby (1); Catesby (2–4, 6); Charwelton (1); Clipston (6, 7); Cold Ashby (2, 3); Cottesbrooke (4); Crick (7); Dodford (1); Everdon (2, 3); Farndon, East (4); Fawsley (1); Flore (4); Haselbech (3); Kelmarsh (14); Lamport (8, 15, 16); Lilbourne (3); Long Buckby (5, 6); Naseby (3); Newnham (3); Norton (11); Oxendon, Great (6, 7, 9); Preston Capes (2, 7); Ravensthorpe (9); Sibbertoft (9); Stanford-on-Avon (4, 6); Sulby (3); Watford (3, 4); Welford (13); Welton (3); Whilton (2); Winwick (1); Woodford-cum-Membris (2); Yelvertoft (4).

Hunsbury ware, see Pottery, Iron Age.

Hunting Lodges: Daventry (32); Fawsley (3).

Hut-circles: see also Ring ditches; Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Brampton, Chapel (1, 2); Draughton (8).

Hypocausts, see Tiles, Roman.

Ice-house mound, Cottesbrooke (5).

Iron-working: Daventry (3); Draughton (8).

Isham family, Lamport (12, 13).

Islands in ponds: Sectional Preface, p. l; Catesby (7); Charwelton (2, 5); Fawsley (7); Lilbourne (4); Maidwell (14); Preston Capes (5); Sibbertoft (9); Watford (5).

Ivory, Saxon, Holdenby (2).

John of Gaunt's Castle, Daventry (32, 33).

Judith Stone, Farndon, East (6).

Kalendar or Kayland, Cottesbrooke (4).

Kelmarsh, p. 111a–p. 113b.

Kelmarsh, deserted village of, Kelmarsh (14).

Keys:
-, Roman: Daventry (18).
-, Medieval: Lamport (15).

Kilns, see also Corn-drying oven.
-, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii; Brampton, Chapel (1); Brampton, Church (5); Byfield (1); Long Buckby (4); Scaldwell (1); Whilton (1).
-, Medieval: Brixworth (36); Oxendon, Great (9); Welton (3).

Kilsby, p. 113b–p. 114b.

Kip, Jan, Althorp (2).

Knightley family: Charwelton (1); Everdon (3, 6); Fawsley (1); Norton (13).

Knives:
-, Roman: Byfield (1); Daventry (18).
-, Saxon: Brixworth (22, 23); Clipston (5); Holdenby (2); Newnham (2); Norton (9); Oxendon, Great (5).
-, Medieval: Lamport (15).

Knot gardens: Holdenby (4); Lamport (13).

Lamport, p. 114b–p. 125a.

Langham family: Arthingworth (4); Cottesbrooke (6).

Layman's or Longman's Hill, Pitsford (4).

Leather, Roman, Boughton (5).

Le Notre, André, Althorp (2).

Lewes Priory, Lamport (15).

Lilbourne, p. 125a–p. 128b.

Lilleshall Abbey, Braunston (1).

Linear banks, Stowe-Nine-Churches (13).

Long Buckby, p. 128b–p. 135a.

Long-houses, Medieval, Lamport (15).

Loom weights, Saxon: Harlestone (11); Scaldwell (1).

Lynchets, Daventry, p. 67b; Woodford-cum-Membris (3).

Maidwell, p. 135a–p. 137b.

Mallows Cotton, Stanford-on-Avon (4).

Manor houses, sites of: Sectional Preface, p. xlviii; Arthingworth (4); Ashby St. Ledgers (3); Badby (3); Barby (2); Braunston (1); Brixworth (39); Catesby (5); Cold Ashby (2); Draughton (11); Haddon, East (2); Hellidon (1); Holdenby (3, 4); Lamport (12, 13, 15, 16); Lilbourne (4); Marston Trussell (6–8); Norton (11, 13); Oxendon, Great (9); Preston Capes (1–4); Stanford-on-Avon (5); Thornby (3); Welford (4); Yelvertoft (4).

Maps:
-, 16th-century: Brampton, Chapel (13, 14); Brampton, Church (12, 13); Elkington (7); Haddon, East (3); Haselbech (3, 4); Holdenby (3–7).
-, 17th-century: Brixworth (39, 42); Brockhall (2); Cottesbrooke (5, 7); Lamport (13, 14, 19); Naseby (3); Watford (3, 6).
-, 18th-century: Braunston (1, 2, 4, 5); Brockhall (1); Catesby (2, 4); Dodford (1–3); Elkington (6); Fawsley (1–3, 5, 7–9); Flore (4, 6); Heselbech (3); Hellidon (1); Holdenby (4, 5); Lamport (15–19); Long Buckby, p. 130a, (5); Preston Capes (1, 6–8); Sibbertoft (9); Stowe-Nine-Churches (10–12); Watford (2, 4–6); Appendix, p. 208a.
-, 19th-century: Barby (1); Brampton, Chapel (13); Brampton, Church (12); Braunston (6); Brixworth (39); Brockhall (1); Cottesbrooke (5); Everdon (2, 3); Farndon, East (5, 6); Haddon, East (2); Hollowell, p. 110a; Kilsby (2); Lamport (15); Marston Trussell (8, 9); Ravensthorpe (9, 10); Stowe-Nine-Churches (10); Welford (13, 14).

Maps, Enclosure: Ashby St. Ledgers (7); Badby (3, 4, 8); Barby (1, 3, 4); Byfield, p. 33b, (3–5); Daventry (33, 34); Haddon, West (3); Hellidon (2); Kilsby (5); Long Buckby (9); Marston Trussell (6–9); Naseby (3); Newnham (3, 5); Pitsford (8); Ravensthorpe (10); Staverton (3); Watford (6).

Maps, Tithe: Arthingworth (5); Ashby St. Ledgers (4, 6); Braunston (1, 2); Brington (4, 5); Brockhall (1); Charwelton (1–8); Clay Coton (2); Cottesbrook (5, 7); Draughton (10, 11); Everdon (3); Flore (4); Guilsborough, p. 93b; Holdenby (3, 4); Hollowell, p. 110a; Lamport (15, 17, 18); Norton (10–12, 14, 15); Preston Capes (2, 3, 9); Sibbertoft (9); Thornby (2–4); Watford (2, 4, 5); Welford (13, 14); Winwick (1); Woodford-cum-Membris, p. 203a, (2); Appendix, p. 208a.

Marson Trussell, p. 137b–p. 142b.

Mawsley, deserted village of, Lamport (15).

Maze, Boughton (8).

Medal, Civil War, Naseby, p. 143a.

Meinfelin, Agatha, Braunston (3).

Mesolithic Period: see also Axes, Cores, Flints, worked and Microliths; Sectional Preface, p. xxiv, xxxiv-xxxv.

Microliths, Elkington (1).

Moats: see also Castles and Manor houses, sites of; Sectional Preface, p. xlviii; Arthingworth (4); Badby (3); Braunston (1); Canons Ashby (2); Catesby (4); Cottesbrooke (4); Daventry (32); Lamport (16); Lilbourne (4); Marston Trussell (6–8); Norton (10, 11); Thornby (3); Winwick (1); Yelvertoft (4).

Montagu family: see also de Montacute family; Lamport (13).

Moot Hill, Sibbertoft (10).

Mortars, Medieval, Daventry (32).

Mortaria, see Pottery, Roman.

Mosaics, Roman: see also Tesserae; Daventry (18); Farthingstone (3); Norton (5).

Mottes and baileys: see also Ring and bailey; Sectional Preface, p. xlix; Canons Ashby (3); Farthingstone (4); Lilbourne (1–3); Preston Capes (1); Sibbertoft (8).

Mounds: see also Barrows, Pillow mounds and Windmill mounds; Althorp (1); Badby (9); Brington (5, 6); Canons Ashby (3); Cottesbrooke (6); Draughton (7); Farndon, East, p. 84a; Harlestone (6); Kilsby (3); Lamport (4–6, 10, 11); Lilbourne (2); Norton (9); Pitsford (4); Sibbertoft (9, 10); Sulby (2, 4); Watford (5, 6); Weedon Bec (2); Welford (16).

Mounts in gardens: Holdenby (4); Lamport (12).

Mountygowe, see Montagu family.

Murcott, Long Buckby, p. 130a, (5, 9); Watford (4).

Muscott, deserted village of, Norton (11, 16).

Narrow ridge-and-furrow: Sectional Preface, p. liv; Barby (1, 4); Lamport (19); Sulby (2).

Naseby, p. 143a–p. 146b.

Naseby, Battle of: Daventry, p. 63a; Naseby, p. 143a; Sulby (4).

Necklaces, Saxon: see also Beads; Brixworth (22, 23); Welton (2).

Nene Valley ware, see Pottery, Roman.

Neolithic tools, see Arrowheads, Axes, Cores, Flints, worked and Scrapers.

Newbold, deserted village of, Catesby (6, 8).

Newnham, p. 147a–p. 149b.

Newport, Sir William, Holdenby (4).

Newstead Priory, Braunston (1, 3).

Nicolls family, Lamport (16).

Nobold, deserted village of, Clipston (6, 8).

Nobottle: Brington (3, 5); Appendix, p. 209b.

Nortoft, Guilsborough, p. 93b (6, 8).

Norton, p. 149b–p. 158a.

Nuremburg tokens: Boughton (7); Daventry, p. 68b.

Nutcote, Naseby (3).

Onley, deserted village of, Barby (1, 4).

Onley, John, Catesby (2, 4).

Oster Hill, Haddon, West (1).

Oxendon, Great p. 158a–p. 161a.

Oxendon, Little, deserted village of, Oxendon, Great (9, 10).

Padlock, Medieval, Lamport (15).

Palaeolithic period: see also Axes; Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv.

Palmer, Andrew, Oxendon, Great (9).

Palstaves, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Arthingworth, p. 3a; Daventry, p. 63b, p. 67b; Everdon, p. 80a; Staverton, p. 179a.

Parkhurst family, Catesby (4).

Picks, flint, Elkington (1).

Pillow mounds: see also Mounds; Fawsley (3, 4, 6); Hollowell (6); Sulby (2).

Pins:
-, Saxon: Brixworth, p. 29b; Daventry (19); Holdenby (2); Newnham (2).
-, Medieval: Lamport (15).

Pipewell Abbey: Cold Ashby (2); Elkington (6); Thornby (2).

Pits:
-, Prehistoric: Boughton (2); Brampton, Church (7); Daventry (3); Maidwell (3); Stowe-Nine-Churches (1).
-, Bronze Age: Brampton, Chapel (10).
-, Roman: Long Buckby (4); Norton (4).

Pit alignments: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvi; Brampton, Chapel (1–3, 7); Harlestone (1, 3, 5); Stowe-Nine-Churches (2, 3).

Pitsford, p. 161a–p. 162b.

Polyfocal villages: Sectional Preface, p. xlii; Cottesbrooke (5); Newnham (3).

Ponds, Medieval and later: see also Dams, Fishponds and Watermills; Sectional Preface, p. l; Badby (3); Canons Ashby (2, 4, 5); Catesby (3, 4, 7); Charwelton (1, 2, 4, 5); Clipston (6); Cottesbrooke (4–6); Creaton (10); Dodford (2); Draughton (13); Elkington (6); Everdon (3, 4); Fawsley (7); Holdenby (3, 4, 6); Lamport (11, 17, 18); Lilbourne (4); Long Buckby (5); Marston Trussell (8); Naseby (3); Oxendon, Great (9); Preston Capes (2, 6); Sibbertoft (9); Stowe-Nine-Churches (11); Sulby (2); Thornby (2); Watford (5); Welford (13); Yelvertoft (3).

Post-holes:
-, Roman: Long Buckby (4); Norton (4).
-, Medieval: Lamport (15).

Pot boilers, Woodford-cum-Membris, p. 203a.

Pottery:
-, Neolithic: Boughton (2).
-, Bronze Age:
-,-, General: Boughton (2); Brixworth (11); Daventry (2).
-,-, Beaker: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Brixworth, p. 27b; Norton (2).
-,-, Bucket Urns: Brampton, Chapel (10).
-,-, Collared Urns: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Brixworth, p. 28a; Daventry (2).
-, Iron Age:
-,-, General: Brampton Chapel (1); Brampton, Church (6); Brixworth (12–14); Cottesbrooke (1); Creaton (2, 3); Crick (1); Daventry (3); Draughton (8); Farthingstone (3); Holdenby (1); Hollowell (2); Maidwell (3–5); Marston Trussell (1, 2); Ravensthorpe (1); Sibbertoft (2); Spratton (7); Welford (7).
-,-, Hunsbury ware: Draughton (8).
-, Roman:
-,-, General: Sectional Preface, xxxvii; Arthingworth (2); Ashby St. Ledgers (2); Badby, p. 7b; Boughton (3–5); Brampton, Chapel (1, 12); Brampton, Church (3–6, 8); Brixworth, p. 28a, (13–17, 21); Byfield, p. 33b, (1); Catesby (1); Clipston (1–4); Cottesbrooke (2, 3); Creaton (3–8); Crick (3–5); Daventry (2, 9, 16–18), p. 68a, (22–27); Draughton (9); Elkington (2–5); Farndon, East, p. 82b, (1, 2); Farthingstone (3); Guilsborough (2–5); Haddon, West (2); Hatlestone, p. 97b, (7–11); Haselbech (1, 2); Hollowell (2–5); Kelmarsh (4–11); Lamport (7); Long Buckby (3, 4); Maidwell (3–8); Marston Trussell (1–5); Naseby, p. 143a, (1, 2); Newnham (1); Norton (4–8, 10); Oxendon, Great (1–3); Pitsford (3); Ravensthorpe (1–8); Scaldwell (1); Sibbertoft (3–7); Spratton (8–10); Stanford-on-Avon (2, 3); Sulby (1, 3); Thornby (1); Watford (1); Welford (2, 7–9); Welton (2); Woodford-cum-Membris, p. 203a; Yelvertoft (1, 2).
-,-, Grey ware: Byfield, p. 33b, (2); Draughton (9); Harlestone (7–9); Long Buckby (4); Naseby (1, 2); Newnham (1); Norton (4); Sibbertoft (7); Sulby (1); Yelvertoft (2).
-,-, Mortaria: Brampton, Church (5); Byfield (1); Long Buckby (4).
-,-, Nene Valley ware: Arthingworth (2); Ashby St. Ledgers (2); Boughton (4); Byfield (1); Daventry (18, 27); Draughton (9); Harlestone (8, 9); Marston Trussell (3); Norton (4); Spratton (9); Sulby (1).
-,-, Samian ware: Daventry (17, 18); Harlestone (10); Hollowell (2);
-,-, Long Buckby (4); Marston Trussell (3); Newnham (1); Norton (4, 5).
-, Saxon: Badby (4); Brampton, Chapel (2); Brixworth (18, 22–32, 37); Creaton (9); Farndon, East (3); Harlestone (11); Holdenby (2); Hollowell (4); Kelmarsh (12–13); Lamport, p. 115b; Maidwell (9–13); Oxendon, Great (4); Pitsford (4); Spratton (11, 12); Welford (10–12); Welton (2).
-, Medieval:
-,-, General: Arthingworth (3); Ashby St. Ledgers (3, 5); Badby (4); Barby (1, 3); Boughton (7, 9, 10); Braunston (1); Brixworth (17), p. 29b, (35, 37); Canons Ashby (1); Catesby (6); Clay Coton (1); Daventry (28, 29); Dodford (1); Elkington (6); Everdon (3); Fawsley (1); Kelmarsh (14); Kilsby (2); Lamport (15); Lilbourne (3); Long Buckby (7); Marston Trussell (6, 8); Norton (10, 11); Oxendon, Great (2, 6, 9); Pitsford (5, 6, 7); Preston Capes (2); Ravensthorpe (9); Scaldwell, p. 170a; Sibbertoft (9); Stanford-on-Avon (6); Sulby (3); Watford (3).
-,-, Coventry ware: Badby (4).
-,-, Ipswich ware: Watford (3).
-,-, Lyveden ware: Badby (4); Lamport (15); Sulby (3).
-,-, Northampton ware: Brixworth (33).
-,-, Potterspury ware: Badby (4); Daventry (28).
-,-, Stamford ware: Brixworth (33); Kelmarsh (14); Lamport (15); Watford (3).
-,-, St. Neots ware: Boughton (9); Brixworth (34).
-, Post-medieval: Ashby St. Ledgers (3); Boughton (7); Brixworth (37); Lilbourne (1); Marston Trussell (6); Ravensthorpe (9); Scaldwell, p. 170a; Winwick (1).

Premonstratensian Canons, see Religious foundations and orders.

Preston Capes, p. 163a–p. 168a.

Preston Capes Priory, Preston Capes (1).

Preston, Little or Wood, Preston Capes (2, 10).

Publius Ostorius, Haddon, West (1).

Querns: Arthingworth (1); Boughton, p. 14b; Brampton, Chapel (1); Brixworth (4, 7, 19), p. 29b; Byfield, p. 33b, (1).

Ravensthorpe, p. 168a–p. 169b.

Razor, Roman, Daventry (18).

Redoubt, Weedon Bec (2).

Religious foundations and orders: Sectional Preface, p. xlix; Badby (3); Brixworth (33); Canons Ashby (1, 2); Catesby (2, 4); Cold Ashby (2); Cottesbrooke (4); Daventry (30); Preston Capes (1); Sulby (2).
-, Cistercian Nuns: Catesby (2–4, 6, 8).
-, Cluniac Priory: Daventry (30); Preston Capes (1).
-, Premonstratensian Canons: Cottesbrooke (4); Sulby (2).

Rick-stands: Sectional Preface, p. liii; Brixworth (42).

Ridge-and-furrow: see also Cultivation remains and Narrow ridge-and-furrow; Sectional Preface, p. xxxviii, li–liv; Althorp (1–3); Arthingworth (3, 6); Ashby St. Ledgers (3, 7); Badby (8); Barby (1, 2, 4); Boughton (11); Brampton, Chapel (14); Brampton, Church (13); Braunston (1, 7); Brington (3, 5); Brixworth (42); Brockhall (2); Byfield (3, 5); Canons Ashby (1, 2, 4, 7); Catesby (2, 6, 8); Charwelton (6, 9); Clay Coton (2, 3); Clipston (6, 8); Cold Ashby (4); Cottesbrooke (7); Creaton (11); Crick (7, 8, 10); Daventry, p. 67b, (34); Dodford (3); Draughton (14); Elkington (6, 7); Everdon (2, 3, 6); Farndon, East (7); Farthingstone (6); Fawsley (1, 6, 8); Flore (4, 6); Guilsborough (8); Haddon, East (3); Haddon, West (3); Harlestone (13); Haselbech (3, 4); Hellidon (2); Holdenby (3, 5, 7); Hollowell (7); Kelmarsh (17, 18); Kilsby (2, 3, 5); Lamport (15, 19); Lilbourne (1–3, 6); Long Buckby (7, 9); Maidwell (14, 16); Marston Trussell (10); Naseby (3–5); Newnham (5); Norton (11, 16); Oxendon, Great (6, 8–10); Pitsford (8); Preston Capes (1, 4, 8–10); Ravensthorpe (10); Scaldwell (2, 3); Sibbertoft (8, 9, 11); Spratton (15); Stanford-on-Avon (4, 6, 7); Staverton (3); Stowe-Nine-Churches (12); Sulby (2, 3, 5); Thornby (2, 5); Watford (2, 6); Weedon Bec (3); Welford (13, 14, 17); Welton (5); Whilton (3); Winwick (1, 2); Woodford-cum-Membris (3); Yelvertoft (3, 5).

Rings:
-, Saxon: Newnham (2); Norton (9).
-, Medieval: Lamport (15).

Ring and bailey: Sectional Preface, p. xlix; Long Buckby, p. 130b, (8).

Ring ditches: see also Hut-circles; Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Brampton, Chapel (1, 2, 6, 7); Brampton, Church (8–10); Brington (2); Brixworth, p. 28a, (10); Cold Ashby (1); Creaton (1); Farthingstone (3); Flore (2); Harlestone (1); Lamport (1); Norton (3, 5); Spratton (1, 5); Stowe-Nine-Churches (6, 7); Welford (3).

Ringmere, Brockhall (2).

Roads, Roman:
-, No. 1f, Watling Street: Crick (6); Long Buckby (3); Norton (4, 9); Welton (1); Appendix, p. 206a–p. 209a.
-, No. 17: Brington (4); Appendix, p. 209a–o. 209b.

Roughmoor, Brockhall (2).

Salem, Long Buckby (6).

Samian ware, see Pottery, Roman.

Scabbard, Roman, Byfield, p. 33b.

Scaldwell, p. 169b–p. 170a.

Scoria, Farthingstone (3).

Scramasax: Clipston (5); Oxendon, Great (5).

Scrapers: Arthingworth (3); Brampton, Chapel (1, 4, 6); Brampton, Church, p. 20b; (3); Brixworth (2–5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 15); Byfield, p. 33b; Daventry, p. 63b; Elkington (1); Farthingstone (3); Pitsford, p. 161b; Woodford-cum-Membris, p. 203a.

Selby Abbey, Stanford-on-Avon (4).

Selions, Sectional Preface, p. lii.

Settlements:
-, Prehistoric or Roman: see Enclosures, Prehistoric or Roman.
-,-, Neolithic: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv.
-, Mesolithic: Sectional Preface, p. xxxiv–p. xxxv; Elkington (1).
-, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv.
-, Iron Age: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Brampton, Chapel (6); Brixworth (12–14); Cottesbrooke (1); Creaton (2, 3); Crick (1); Daventry (35); Draughton (8); Farthingstone (4); Holdenby (1); Hollowell (2); Maidwell (3–5); Marston Trussell (1, 2); Ravensthorpe (1); Sibbertoft (2); Spratton (7); Welford (7).
-, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xxxiii; xxxvi; Arthingworth (2); Ashby St. Ledgers (2); Boughton (3–5); Brampton, Chapel (1, 12); Brampton, Church (3–6); Brixworth (13–21); Byfield (2); Clipston (1–4); Cottesbrooke (2, 3); Creaton (3, 4–8); Crick (3–5); Daventry (22–27); Draughton (9); Elkington (2–5); Everdon (1); Farndon, East (1, 2); Guilsborough (2–5); Harlestone (7–10); Haselbech (1, 2); Hollowell (2–5); Kelmarsh (4–11); Lamport (7); Long Buckby (4); Maidwell (3–8); Marston Trussell (1–5); Naseby (1, 2); Newnham (1); Norton (4–7); Oxendon, Great (1–3); Pitsford (3); Ravensthorpe (1–8); Scaldwell (1); Sibbertoft (3–7); Spratton (8–10); Stanford-on-Avon (2, 3); Sulby (1); Thornby (1); Watford (1); Welford (7–9); Woodford-cum-Membris, p. 203a; Yelvertoft (1, 2).
-, Saxon: Sectional Preface, p. xxiv, xxxvii; Brixworth (24–32); Creaton (9); Farndon, East (3); Harlestone (11); Kelmarsh (12, 13); Maidwell (9–13); Oxendon, Great (4); Spratton (11, 12); Welford (10–12).
-, Medieval: See also Deserted villages and Settlement remains, Medieval; Sectional Preface, p. xxxviii–p. xlviii.

Settlement remains, Medieval: Sectional Preface, p. xxxviii–p. xliv; Arthingworth (4); Ashby St. Ledgers (3); Badby (4); Barby (3); Brampton, Chapel (13); Brampton, Church (12); Brington (3, 4); Brockhall (1); Byfield (3); Charwelton (3); Clay Coton (2); Clipston (7); Cold Ashby (3); Cottesbrooke (5); Crick (7); Daventry (31); Dodford (1); Draughton (10); Everdon (2, 4); Farndon, East (4); Farthingstone (5); Flore (5); Guilsborough (6); Haselbech (3); Kilsby (2); Lamport (8, 14); Lilbourne (3); Long Buckby (5–7); Marston Trussell (6, 8); Naseby (3); Newnham (3); Norton (12); Oxendon, Great (6, 7); Pitsford (7); Preston Capes (2, 7); Ravensthorpe (9); Sibbertoft (9); Staverton (1); Stowe-Nine-Churches (11); Watford (2, 4); Welford (13); Welton (3); Whilton (2); Winwick (1); Woodford-cum-Membris (2); Yelvertoft (4).

Shears, Medieval, Lamport (15).

Sheep bells, Medieval, Lamport (15).

Sheep-fold, Kelmarsh (17).

Shenley, deserted settlement of, Yelvertoft (3).

Shepherds Race, Boughton (7).

Shield, Saxon, Holdenby (2).

Shield bosses, Saxon: Brixworth (22); Daventry (19); Newnham (2).

Sibbertoft, p. 170a–p. 172b.

Sill-beams, Medieval, Lamport (15).

Silsworth, deserted village of, Watford (3, 6).

Skeletons: see also Burials and Cemeteries; Daventry (18); Guilsborough (5); Norton (4); Sulby (4); Welton, p. 198a.

Slag, Oxendon, Great (2, 9).

Slates, Roman, Norton (4).

Sleeve links, Saxon, Norton, p. 153a.

Snorscomb, deserted village of, Everdon (3, 6).

Spatula, Medieval, Oxendon, Great (9).

Spearheads:
-, Flint: Guilsborough, p. 95a.
-, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Canons Ashby, p. 35a.
-, Roman: Daventry (18).
-, Saxon: Brixworth (22, 23); Clipston (5); Daventry (20, 21); Holdenby (2); Newnham (2); Oxendon, Great (5); Pitsford (4); Welton (1, 2).
-, Undated: Daventry, p. 67b; Farndon, East, p. 82b; Farthingstone (3).

Spencer family: Althorp (2); Flore (4); Norton (11).

Spindle whorls:
-, Roman: Daventry (18).
-, Saxon: Norton (9).
-, Undated: Farndon, East, p. 82b; Oxendon, Great (9).

Spoons:
-, Prehistoric or Roman: Farthingstone (3).
-, Medieval: Catesby (6).

Spratton, p. 172b–p. 175a.

Spurs, Medieval: Daventry, p. 68b; Lamport (15); Oxendon, Great (9).

Stanford-on-Avon, p. 175a–p. 178b.

Stanford, deserted village of, Stanford-on-Avon (4, 7).

Stanhope family, Arthingworth (4).

Staverton, p. 179a–p. 179b.

Stowe-Nine-Churches, p. 179b–p. 182b; Appendix, p. 208.

Strip lynchets, see Lynchets.

Sulby, p. 182b–p. 187a.

Sulby Abbey: Cottesbrooke (4); Sulby (2, 3, 5).

Sulby, deserted village of, Sulby (2, 3, 5).

Surney, Long Buckby, p. 130a.

Swords:
-, Bronze Age: Sectional Preface, p. xxxv; Brixworth, p. 28a; Daventry, p. 63b.
-, Saxon: Newnham (2).
-, Medieval: Farndon, East, p. 84a.

Teeton, Hollowell, p. 110a, (7).

Telford, Thomas, Appendix, p. 208a.

Temple Hill, Fawsley (2).

Tesserae: see also Mosaics, Roman; Daventry (18); Marston Trussell (3).

Thornby, p. 187a–p. 188b.

Thorney Abbey, Charwelton (1).

Thornton family, Brockhall (1).

Thorp, see Thrupp.

Thorpe Lubenham, Marston Trussell (8, 10).

Thrupp, deserted village of, Norton (10, 16).

Tiles:
-, Roman:
-,-, General: Ashby St. Ledgers (2); Brixworth (17); Byfield (1); Daventry, p. 68a; Marston Trussell (3); Norton (5, 8).
-,-, Floor: Daventry (27).
-,-, Flue: Daventry (18).
-,-, Hypocaust: Daventry (18); Maidwell (8).
-,-, Roof: Daventry (18, 27).
-, Medieval:
-,-, General: Ashby St. Ledgers (5); Daventry (32); Marston Trussell (8).
-,-, Floor: Canons Ashby (2); Daventry, p. 68b; Farthingstone (4); Sulby (2).
-,-, Roof: Daventry (28, 32).
-,-, Post-medieval: Fawsley (2).

Trackways, ditched. Prehistoric or Roman: Brampton, Chapel (1, 7–9); Brampton, Church (8, 10); Harlestone, p. 97b, (1); Kelmarsh (6); Lamport (3, 19); Sibbertoft (1); Spratton (1, 3); Stowe-Nine-Churches (2, 5, 7); Weedon Bec, p. 194a; Welford (2).

Tresham family, Haselbech (3, 4).

Trusbott, William, Braunston (1, 3).

Tweezers, Saxon, Holdenby (2).

Viking finds, Daventry, p. 67b.

Villas, Roman: Sectional Preface, p. xxxvii; Brixworth (16); Byfield (1); Daventry (18); Norton (5).

Wall-plaster, Roman: Daventry (18); Norton (4).

Warrens: Fawsley (4, 8); Stowe-Nine-Churches (10, 13); Sulby (2).

Watermills, sites of: Sectional Preface, p. li; Badby (3); Braunston (1); Brixworth (40, 41); Canons Ashby (4); Catesby (4); Draughton (12); Elkington (6); Guilsborough (7); Long Buckby (5); Thornby (2); Yelvertoft (4).

Watford, p. 188b–p. 193b.

Weaving-slides, Medieval, Lamport (15).

Webb, John, Lamport (12).

Weedon Bec, p. 193b–p. 195a.

Weights, Roman, Daventry (18).

Welford, p. 195a–p. 198a.

Wells:
-, Roman: Boughton (5); Brixworth, p. 28a; Daventry (18); Norton (4).
-, Medieval: Canons Ashby (2); Oxendon, Great (9).

Welton, p. 198a–p. 199a.

Westhorp, Byfield, p. 33b.

Westhorpe, Sibbertoft (9).

Whilton, p. 199a–p. 199b.

Windmill mounds and sites of windmills: Sectional Preface, p. li; Ashby St. Ledgers (6); Badby (9); Braunston (5, 6); Byfield (4); Canons Ashby (6); Charwelton (6–8); Crick (9); Farndon, East (5); Fawsley (5); Kilsby (3); Lamport (10); Lilbourne (5); Naseby (4); Norton (15); Oxendon, Great (8); Preston Capes (8, 9).

Window tracery, Medieval, Sulby (2).

Winwick, p. 199b–p. 201b.

Wolfage Manor, Brixworth (39).

Wolfhampcote, deserted village of, Braunston (1).

Woodford-cum-Membris, p. 201b–p. 204a.

Woodford Halse, Woodford-cum-Membris (3).

Wyke family: Haselbech (3); Sulby (2).

Yelvertoft, p. 204a–p. 206b.