List of Illustrations

An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the County of Northamptonshire, Volume 6, Architectural Monuments in North Northamptonshire. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1984.

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

(The prefixed numerals in brackets refer to the monument numbers in the text)

GENERAL Map showing the Inventory area Fig. 1, p. xxxii
    Map showing the physical setting of the Inventory area Fig. 2, p. xxxiv
    Geological map of Inventory area Fig. 3, p. xxxv
    Maps showing the Forest of Rockingham and medieval settlement within the Inventory area Fig. 4, p. xl
    Classification of post-medieval house plans Fig. 5, p. lx
    Farmyard plans Fig. 6, p. lxvi
    Dovecotes Fig. 7, p. lxviii
    Maps showing the medieval parishes and the distribution of churches surviving within the Inventory area Fig. 8, p. lxxiii
    Table showing comparative development of church plans Fig. 9, p. lxxvi
    Norman naves of double-square proportion Fig. 10, p. lxxix
    Naves possibly of Norman origin Fig. 11, p. lxxxi
    Thirteenth-century naves of three-square proportion Fig. 12, p. lxxxiii
    Apethorpe Church. Copy of seating plan of 1735 Fig. 13, p. xcvii
    Yarwell Church. Copy of seating plan of 1782 Fig. 14, p. xcviii
    Harringworth Church. Copy of 18th-century seating plan Fig. 15, p. xcix
    Harringworth Church. Copy of undated drawing of interior, perhaps early 19th-century Fig. 16, p. c
PARISHES
1 APETHORPE
    Village map Fig. 17, p. 1
    (1) Parish church of St. Leonard. plan Fig. 18, p. 2
    Plan in 1735 Fig. 13, p. xcvii
    Exterior from S. Pl. 56
    Tower from W. Pl. 56
    Mildmay Chapel. E. Window Pl. 62
    Decoration of S. wall Fig. 19, p. 3
    Mouldings Fig. 20, p. 3
    Glass in E. window of chancel, 1732 Pl. 57
    Monument (1) of Rowland Woodward, 17th-century Pl. 65
    Monument (2) of John Leigh, died 1627 Pl. 65
    Monument (4) of John Fane, died 1816 Pl. 72
    Monument (5), tomb slab with Annunciation scene, 15th-century Pl. 45
    Monument (6) of Sir Anthony Mildmay, 1617, and Grace, Lady Frontispiece.
    Mildmay, 1620 Pls. 60, 61
    Pulpit, 1736 Pl. 66
    Rainwater head, 1735 Pl. 68
    Screen to tower, 17th-century Pl. 67
    (2) Apethorpe Hall. Ground-floor plan opp. p. 5
    First-floor plan opp. p. 8
    Reconstruction of the main range in 16th century Fig. 21, p. 6
    Reconstruction of ground and first-floor plans of S. and E. ranges in 1624 Fig. 22, p. 7
    Plan of the house and gardens in early 18th century taken from early 19th-century copy (NRO, W(A) Misc. vol. 37) Fig. 23, p. 13
    Main range from E. Pl. 84
    Gateway and library Pl. 86
    Gateway from N. Pl. 86
    E. range, E. front Pl. 85
    W. elevation Pl. 85
    Parapet walk Pl. 86
    S. range, N. elevation Pl. 87
    W. court, W. range Pl. 84
    Orangery Pl. 87
    Old Dining Room fireplace Pl. 90
    Great Dining Room fireplace Pl. 90
    Plasterwork Pl. 92
    Drawing Room fireplace Pls. 88, 89
    King's Room fireplace Pls. 88, 89, 90
    Plasterwork Pl. 92
    Duke's Room fireplace Pls. 88, 89
    Plasterwork Pl. 93
    Long Gallery fireplace Pl. 88
    Panelling Pl. 91
    Staircase in N. range Pl. 91
    Staircase in E. range, early 17th-century, installed in 1912 Pl. 91
    Dovecote Pl. 128
    (8) Manor House. Front elevation Pl. 98
    (10) School. Plan Fig. 24, p. 14
    (13) Blue Field Lodge. Section through barn Fig. 25, p. 15
    (14) Cheeseman's Lodge. Plan Fig. 26, p. 16
2 ASHTON
    Village map Fig. 27, p. 16
    (1) Ashton Chapel. Plan Fig. 28, p. 17
    Watercolour by George Clarke, c. 1830. By permission of Northamptonshire Libraries Pl. 73
    Exterior from N.W. Pl. 57
    Interior of E. wall Pl. 57
    Timber mouldings of reredos, 1706 Fig. 29, p. 17
    (2) Manor House. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx
    (7) Oundle Station Pl. 122
3 BLATHERWYCKE
    Village map Fig. 30, p. 19
    (1) Parish church of Holy Trinity. Plan Fig. 31, p. 20
    Exterior from S. Pl. 4
    Nave looking N.W. Pl. 4
    Doorway in S. wall of nave Pl. 14
    Tower, E. wall Fig. 32, p. 21
    W. face of window in E. wall Pl. 5
    Belfrey opening on. E. face Pl. 5
    Brass (2) of Sir Humphrey Stafford, 1548 Pl. 63
    Monument (4) of John Stafford, died 1595 Pl. 64
    (2) Blatherwycke Hall. S. front Pl. 106
    E. pavilion Pl. 106
    Main staircase Pl. 115
    (3) 1–2 Blatherwycke. Date-stone, 1834 Pl. 124
    (7) School and Schoolhouse. Front elevation Pl. 121
BULWICK
    Village map Fig. 33, p. 23
    (1) Parish church of St. Nicholas. Plan Fig. 34, p. 24
    Exterior from S. Pl. 19
    Chancel, E. window Pl. 37
    N. arcade showing form of earlier arches Fig. 35, p. 25
    N. arcade, pier (2) Pl. 13
    Tower from S.W. Pl. 20
    Monument (6) of Henry Fowkes, died 1612, and Jane his wife, 1609 Pl. 64
    Piscina and sedilia, 14th-century Pl. 40
    (2) Bulwick Hall. Plan Fig. 36, p. 26
    From S.W. Pl. 104
    Gateway in loggia from E. Pl. 104
    Front door on S. elevation Pl. 125
    Stair hall ceiling Pl. 113
    (6) Plan Fig. 37, p. 28
    (9) School and Schoolhouse. Plan Fig. 38, p. 28
    (12) Plan Fig. 39, p. 29
    (28) Brick Kiln Lodge. Front elevation Pl. 117
COLLYWESTON
    Village map Fig. 40, p. 30
    (1) Parish church of St. Andrew. Plan Fig. 41, p. 31
    Exterior of S. chapel Pl. 50
    N. wall of chancel Fig. 42, p. 32
    Mouldings: nave plinth, 11th-century; N. arcade, c. 1490 Fig. 43, p. 32
    Tower from N.W. Pl. 50
    Brass of Elizabeth Ffollett, 1508 Pl. 63
    Clock by Thomas Rayment, 1779 Pl. 68
    (2) Site of Collyweston House. Sundial, 18th-century Pl. 108
    Barn and dovecote, 16th-century Pl. 123
    (3) Plan Fig. 5, p. lx;
     Fig. 44, p. 34
    (4) Plan Fig. 45, p. 34
    (7) Manor Farm. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx;
     Fig. 46, p. 34
    (15) The Steward's House. Front elevation Pl. 100
    (21) The Rectory. Plans and elevation of 1832 taken from the design by James Richardson of Stamford (NRO) Fig. 47, p. 35
    Plan Fig. 5, p. lx
    (25) Plan Fig. 48, p. 36
    (34) Plan Fig. 49, p. 36
    (40) Plan Fig. 50, p. 36
    (43) Bridge from N. Pl. 75
6 COTTERSTOCK
    Village map Fig. 51, p. 37
    (1) Parish church of St. Andrew. Plan Fig. 52, p. 38
    Exterior from S.W. Pl. 36
    Chancel, exterior of S. wall Pl. 36
    Mouldings c. 1338 Fig. 53, p. 39
    E. window Pl. 37
    S. porch Pl. 25
    Vault boss, the Trinity, 15th-century Pl. 45
    Bracket (2), medieval Pl. 45
    Brass of Robert Wyntryngham, died 1420 Pl. 43
    Coffin lid (4), 14th-century Pl. 7
    Monument (2) of John Simcoe, died 1759 Pl. 70
    Piscina and sedilia, 14th-century Pl. 40
    (2) Cotterstock Hall. Plan and reconstruction of S. elevation Fig. 54, p. 41
    S. front Pl. 102
    W. elevation Pl. 102
    Fireplaces Pl. 103
    Staircase Fig. 55, p. 42
    (11) Old Vicarage. Plan from designs for alterations in 1831 by James Richardson of Stamford (NRO) Fig. 56, p. 43
    Front elevation Pl. 117
    Date-stone, 1651 Pl. 124
    (12) Manor House. Front elevation Pl. 105
    (13) Cotterstock House. Exterior Pl. 118
    (15) Church Farm. Dovecote. Detail of nesting boxes Fig. 7, p. lxviii
7 DUDDINGTON
    Village map Fig. 57, p. 44
    (1) Parish church of St. Mary. Plan Fig. 58, p. 45
    Exterior from S.W. Pl. 8
    N. arcade Pl. 9
    Pier (2) Pl. 13
    S. arcade Pl. 9
    Pier (1) Pl. 13
    N. aisle, E. window Pl. 27
    Doorway in S. aisle Pl. 15
    Reconstruction of S. doorway with details of mouldings Fig. 59, p. 46
    Altar rails, 17th-century Pl. 67
    Banner stave locker, 14th-century Pl. 40
    S. door Pl. 34
    Font, 13th-century Pl. 38
    (6) Church Farm. Exterior Pl. 99
    Dovecote. Plan Fig. 7, p. lxviii
    (8) Plan Fig. 60, p. 47
    (11) Stocks Hill House. Plan and section of former open hall Fig. 61, p. 48
    S. gable Pl. 94
    E. elevation Pl. 95
    Frieze on first floor Pl. 126
    (13) Beaumont. Front elevation Pl. 118
    (16) Former Schoolhouse and Schoolroom. Exterior Pl. 121
    (29) Plan Fig. 62, p. 49
    (30) Plan Fig. 63, p. 49
    Fireplace, early 18th-century Pl. 127
    (32) Plan Fig. 64, p. 49
8 EASTON-ON-THE-HILL
    Village map Fig. 65, p. 50
    Church Street looking N. Pl. 74
    (1) Parish church of All Saints. Plan Fig. 66, p. 52
    Exterior from S.E. Pl. 19
    S. chapel looking S.E. Pl. 34
    Nave, E. end of S. wall, showing position of 12th-century window and later arcade Fig. 67, p. 53
    Doorway in S. aisle Pl. 15
    Mouldings, 13th-century Fig. 68, p. 54
    Bell (3), 1749 Pl. 66
    Brass indent (2) to Sir Richard de Lindon, died c. 1255 Pl. 34
    Brass indent (3), late 14th-century Pl. 43
    Coffin lid (2), 12th-century Pl. 7
    Font, mid 15th-century Pl. 39
    Floor slab (5), late 13th or early 14th-century Fig. 69, p. 55
    (8, 9) Plan Fig. 70, p. 56
    (12) No. 19 Church Street. Exterior Pl. 117
    (13) Manor House. Plan Fig. 71, p. 56
    W. wing, S. elevation Pl. 98
    Main staircase Pl. 114
    (14) No. 11 Church Street, reset date-stone, 1677 Pl. 124
    (15) No. 9 Church Street. Plan Fig. 72, p. 57
    (21) No. 28 Church Street. Plan Fig. 73. p. 57
    (29) Plan Fig. 74, p. 57
    (32) Park House. Plan Fig. 75, p. 58
    (34) No. 27 Church Street. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx
    (35) Barn. Exterior Pl. 123
    (43) No. 30 Church Street. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx;
     Fig. 76, p. 58
    (44) No. 32 Church Street. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx;
     Fig. 77, p. 58
    (51) Nos. 60, 62, 64 Church Street. Plan Fig. 78, p. 59
    (57) Former Rectory. Plan Fig. 79, p. 59
    Front elevation Pl. 105
    Staircase Pl. 114
    (58) The Priest's House. Plan Fig. 80, p. 59
    From N.W. Pl. 78
    (63) Nos. 31, 33 West Street. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx
    (72) Former Girls' School. Layout plan Fig. 81, p. 60
    From NW Pl. 121
    (85) Game Keeper's House. Plan Fig. 82, p. 61
    Exterior Pl. 119
9 FINESHADE
    (1) Fineshade Abbey. Reconstruction of plan Fig. 83, p. 62
    E. elevation Pl. 107
    Saloon Pl. 107
    (2) Top Lodge. Plan Fig. 84, p. 62
10 FOTHERINGHAY
    Village map Fig. 85, p. 63
    (1) Former College of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and All Saints. Plan of standing and excavated remains Fig. 86, p. 65
    Exterior from N.E. Pl. 48
    Exterior from S.W. Pl. 46
    Exterior from S. showing site of college Pl. 48
    E. wall showing outline of nave of earlier church and subsequent development and modification during the 15th and 16th centuries Fig. 87, p. 67
    Mouldings of S. aisle, c. 1414 Fig. 88, p. 68
    Mouldings of nave, aisles and tower, c. 1434 Fig. 89, p. 70
    Nave looking E. Pl. 47
    Detail of W. wall Pl. 49
    Detail of N. aisle Pl. 49
    S. aisle windows Pl. 49
    Tower vault Pl. 51
    Detail of springing at N.W. corner, 1539 Pl. 51
    Monument (2) of Edward, second Duke of York, died 1415 Pl. 52
    Pulpit, 15th-century Pl. 53
    (2) The New Inn. Plan and section through former open hall Fig. 90, p. 72
    From S. Pl. 79
    Gateway Pl. 79
    Fireplace Pl. 127
    (3) The Old Inn. Plan Fig. 91, p. 73
    Front elevation Pl. 78
    Timber doorway Pl. 83
    (9) Nos. 26, 27. Plan Fig. 92, p. 73
    Front elevation Pl. 117
    (11) No. 33. Reconstruction of original plans Fig. 93, p. 74
    (20) Fotheringhay Park Lodge. Plan of farm buildings Fig. 6, p. lxvi
    (22) Bridge from S.E. by George Portwood, 1722 Pl. 75
11 GLAPTHORN
    Village map Fig. 94, p. 75
    (1) Parish church of St. Leonard. Plan Fig. 95, p. 76
    Exterior from S. Pl. 22
    Chancel from S. Pl. 24
    E. window Pl. 37
    N. arcade Pl. 23
    S. arcade Pl. 23
    W. wall of nave, openings in W. face Pl. 5
    Section through W. tower showing position of earlier bell-cote on W. wall of nave. Perspective reconstruction and sections through openings Fig. 96, p. 77
    Label stop, 14th-century Pl. 45
    Pillar piscina (3) Pl. 41
    (8) Manor Farm. Plan Fig. 97, p. 78
    (11) South Farm House. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx;
     Fig. 98, p. 79
    Front elevation Pl. 101
12 HARRINGWORTH
    Village map Fig. 99, p. 80
    (1) Parish church of St. John the Baptist. Plan Fig. 100, p. 81
    Copy of 18th-century seating plan Fig. 15, p. xcix
    Copy of undated drawing of interior, perhaps early 19th-century Fig. 16, p. c
    Exterior from S.E. Pl. 33
    Chancel. N.E. buttress Pl. 35
    Nave looking N.E. Pl. 33
    N. and S. arcades, details Fig. 101, p. 82
    S. aisle, W. buttress Pl. 35
    Tower arch. N. and S. responds Pl. 13
    Font, 13th-century Pl. 38
    Monument (3) of Charles Tryon, died 1705 Pl. 70
    Monument (4) of Tryon family, 1711 Pl. 70
    Tryon vault, early 18th-century Pl. 69
    Details of iron-work Pl. 69
    Roodscreen Pl. 53
    (2) Plan and section to show former chancel arch Fig. 102, p. 84
    (3) Manor Cottages. Plan Fig. 103, p. 84
    Front elevation Pl. 94
    (5) Plan Fig. 104, p. 85
    Front elevation Pl. 101
    (15) The Old Vicarage. Reconstruction of plan in 1834 Fig. 105, p. 85
    (16) The Manor House. Plan Fig. 106, p. 86
    Front elevation Pl. 96
    (20) Chimney top Pl. 83
    (22) Lime Farm. Plan Fig. 107, p. 86
    Front elevation Pl. 99
    (29) Plan Fig. 108, p. 87
    (32) Harringworth Lodge. Plan, sections and details Fig. 109, p. 88
    Window Pl. 83
    (33) Market Cross, 14th-century Pl. 74
13 HEMINGTON
    (1) Parish church of St. Peter and St. Paul. Plan Fig. 110, p. 89
    Watercolour by George Clarke, c. 1830 (by permission of Northamptonshire Libraries) Pl. 73
    Mouldings, 1666 Fig. 111, p. 90
    Roof Pl. 59
    Stalls formerly at Fotheringhay Pl. 53
    Misericords Pl. 55
    (2) Beaulieu Hall. Plan of surviving remains Fig. 112, p. 90
    From N.W. Pl. 94
    (3) Plan Fig. 113, p. 91
14 KING'S CLIFFE
    Village map Fig. 114, p. 91
    (1) Parish Church of All Saints. Plan Fig. 115, p. 93
    Exterior from S. Pl. 8
    Nave interior looking E. Pl. 2
    Tower. Plan at upper level Fig. 116, p. 94
    Belfry opening on S. face Pl. 5
    Bell (5), 1592 Pl. 66
    Brass (1) of Richard Wildbore, died 1688 Pl. 68
    Brass (2) of Samuel Wyman, died 1700 Pl. 68
    Brass indent on S. porch Fig. 117, p. 94
    Monument (6) of the Thorpe family, 1623 Pl. 65
    Monuments (17, 18) of Thomas Law, died 1739 and Martha Law, died 1725 Pl. 72
    Pew end formerly at Fotheringhay Pl. 53
    (2) Congregational Church. Plan Fig. 118, p. 96
    (3) Methodist Chapel. Plan Fig. 119, p. 96
    (7) Law's Chapel. Elevation Fig. 120, p. 96
    (8) No. 13 Bridge Street. Plan Fig. 121, p. 97
    Front elevation Pl. 100
    (11) Elizabeth Hutcheson and William Law's Charities. Layout plan Fig. 122, p. 97
    Elizabeth Hutcheson's School and Schoolhouse. Plan Fig. 123, p. 97
    Front elevation Pl. 120
    Staircase Pl. 114
    Schoolroom Pl. 120
    William Law's Almshouse. Plan Fig. 124, p. 97
    William Law's School and Schoolhouse. Plan Fig. 125, p. 98
    Front elevation Pl. 120
    (16) Hall Farm. Plan and detail of roof trusses of former open hall Fig. 126, p. 98
    Ceiling in Music Room Pl. 113
    Fireplace on ground floor of N. range Pl. 103
    (18) Mill Pl. 123
    Former Mill House. Plan Fig. 127, p. 99
    Front elevation Pl. 116
    (22) No. 23 Park Street. Date-stone, 1710 Pl. 124
    (23) Thorpe Almshouses. Plan Fig. 128, p. 100
    Front elevation Pl. 120
    Window Pl. 124
    (30) No. 2 Park Street. Plan Fig. 129, p. 100
    (38) Nos. 20, 22 Park Street. Front elevation Pl. 122
    (41) No. 60 Park Street. Front elevation Pl. 100
    (42) No. 62 Park Street. Plan Fig. 130, p. 101
    Front elevation Pl. 100
    (43) Nos. 64, 66 Park Street. Front elevation Pl. 100
    Doorcase of No. 64 Pl. 125
    (45) Wellington House. Plan Fig. 131, p. 101
    Doorway Pl. 125
    (48) Nos. 8–12 West Street. Plan Fig. 132, p. 102
    Front elevation Pl. 97
    First-floor window Pl. 124
    (51) No. 22 West Street. Plan Fig. 133, p. 103
    (53) No. 28 West Street. Front elevation Pl. 118
    (61) No. 58 West Street. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx
    (74) Nos. 11 and 13 West Street. Plan Fig. 134, p. 104
    (77) No. 19 West Street. Plan Fig. 135, p. 104
    (83) No. 41 West Street. Plan Fig. 136, p. 105
    Front elevation Pl. 122
    (84) The Manor House. Plan Fig. 137, p. 105
    Dovecote Pl. 128
    (87) No. 63 West Street. Plan Fig. 138, p. 106
    Front elevation Pl. 99
    Painted inscription Pl. 126
    (90) Boundary Cross. Elevation Fig. 139, p. 106
15 LAXTON
    Village map Fig. 140, p. 107
    (1) Parish church of All Saints. Plan Fig. 141, p. 108
    S. doorway. E. respond capital Fig. 142, p. 108
    Tower from S.W. Pl. 20
    (2) Laxton Hall. Over-all plan Fig. 143, p. 109
    Ground floor plan Fig. 144, p. 111
    Reconstruction of original plan Fig. 145, p. 112
    Plan of 1806 by H. Repton (NRO) Fig. 146, p. 112
    Exterior Pl. 109
    Entrance hall by George Dance Pl. 110
    Lantern Pl. 115
    Music Room. Fireplace and cornice Pl. 111
    Library fireplace Pl. 111
    W. staircase Pl. 115
    Stables. Plan Fig. 147, p. 112
    N. elevation Fig. 148, p. 113
    Exterior Pl. 108
    Lodges. Reconstruction of original plan Fig. 150, p. 114
    Elevation Fig. 149, p. 113
    (3) Woodland Cottage. Plan Fig. 151, p. 114
    Exterior Pl. 119
    (9) The Stafford Knot. Plan showing room use in 1964 Fig. 152, p. 114
    Exterior Pl. 119
    (14) Former School. Plan Fig. 153, p. 115
    Exterior Pl. 121
    (15) Former Vicarage. Plan Fig. 154, p. 115
    Exterior Pl. 119
16 LUTTON
    Village map Fig. 155, p. 116
    (1) Parish church of St. Peter. Plan Fig. 156, p. 117
    Exterior from S. Pl. 22
    S. arcade. Head corbels Pl. 29
    Easter Sepulchre Pl. 40
    Monument (1) of Robert Apreece, died 1622, installed 1633 Pl. 64
    Monument (2) of Adlard Apreece, died 1608 Pl. 64
    Font, early 14th-century Pl. 39
    Piscina, 13th-century Pl. 41
    (2) Manor House. Plan Fig. 157, p. 118
    Exterior Pl. 101
    (6) Brook Farm House. Plan Fig. 158, p. 119
    Plans to show development Fig. 159, p. 119
    Painted post Pl. 126
17 NASSINGTON
    Village map Fig. 160, p. 120
    (1) Parish church of St. Mary the Virgin and All Saints. Plan Fig. 161, p. 121
    Nave interior looking W. Pl. 2
    N. aisle. Exterior Pl. 21
    E. window Pl. 26
    Windows Pls. 26, 27
    Doorway Pl. 15
    N. arcade, looking N.E. Pl. 21
    Headstop Pl. 29
    S. arcade. Headstop Pl. 29
    S. porch Pl. 25
    Tower from N.W. Pl. 1
    Upper door in E. face Pl. 5
    Bell (4), 1642 Pl. 66
    Coffin lid (1), 13th-century Pl. 7
    Saxon cross-shaft Pl. 6
    Font, 13th-century Pl. 39
    Wall paintings Pl. 42
    (2) Former Congregational Chapel. Plan Fig. 162, p. 123
    (3) Prebendal Manor House. Ground and first-floor plans Fig. 163, p. 124
    Exterior Pl. 76
    W. doorway Pl. 77
    Dovecote. Plan Fig. 7, p. lxviii
    Exterior Pl. 128
    (4) The Manor House. Plan and longitudinal section Fig. 164, p. 126
    Exterior Pl. 77
    Detail of gable Pl. 77
    (14) No. 45 Church Street. Exterior Pl. 116
    (18) No. 35 Church Street. Plan Fig. 165, p. 127
    Exterior Pl. 116
    (23) Black Horse Inn. Plan Fig. 166, p. 123
    (36) Greystones. Plan Fig. 167, p. 128
    (39) No. 39 Church Street. Plan Fig. 168, p. 129
    (56) Old Sulehay Lodge. Plan and details Fig. 169, p. 130
    From S. Pl. 123
18 POLEBROOK
    Village map Fig. 170, p. 131
    (1) Parish church of All Saints. Plan Fig. 171, p. 132
    Exterior from S. Pl. 16
    Reconstruction of a section through the nave in the 13th century Fig. 172, p. 133
    Chancel. E. window Pl. 37
    Doorway in S. wall Pl. 14
    N. transept from S.E. Pl. 16
    N. arcade Pl. 17
    Carved capitals Pl. 28
    S. arcade Pl. 17
    Carved capitals Pl. 28
    N. porch Pl. 25
    Chancel roof Pl. 58
    Nave roof Pl. 59
    Font, 13th-century Pl. 39
    Hour-glass stand, 17th-century Pl. 68
    Monument (1) of Captain John Orme, died 1768 Pl. 70
    Piscina (1), early 13th-century Pl. 41
    Bench end, late 13th or 14th-century Fig. 173, p. 134
    (6) Old Duke's Head Cottage. Exterior Pl. 95
    (15) Greystone House. Plan Fig. 174, p. 135
    (25) The Gables. Plan Fig. 175, p. 136
    Exterior Pl. 97
    (27) Polebrook Hall. Plan Fig. 176, p. 136
    Exterior Pl. 98
    (29) The Manor House. Plan Fig. 177, p. 137
19 SOUTHWICK
    Village map Fig. 178, p. 137
    (1) Parish church of St. Mary. Plan Fig. 179, p. 138
    Watercolour by George Clarke, c. 1830 (by permission of Northamptonshire Libraries) Pl. 73
    Tower from S.W. Pl. 20
    Arch mouldings, mid 14th-century Fig. 180, p. 139
    Corbels to vault Pl. 44
    Monument (1) of George Lynn, died 1758 Pl. 71
    Floor slab (8) of George Lynn, 1758 Pl. 72
    (2) Southwick Hall. Plan Fig. 181, p. 141
    Exterior Pl. 80
    S. range from N.W. Pl. 81
    Undercroft Pl. 81
    Corbels Pl. 44
    Chimney top, 14th-century Pl. 83
    Fireplaces Pl. 112
    Gothic Room. Details Pl. 82
    Old Kitchen. Roof Truss Fig. 182, p. 143
    (9) Cross Way Hand Lodge. Plan Fig. 183, p. 144
    (13) King's Cliffe Spa. Plan and section Fig. 184, p. 144
20 TANSOR
    Village map Fig. 185, p. 145
    (1) Parish church of St. Mary the Virgin. Plan Fig. 186, p. 146
    Development plans Fig. 187, p. 147
    Exterior from S.W. Pl. 18
    Chancel, W. end Pl. 12
    Nave Pl. 12
    N. aisle. Doorway Pl. 14
    Tower. Reconstruction in the mid 12th century Fig. 188, p. 148
    E. face Pl. 3
    Font, 13th and early 14th-century Pl. 38
    Stalls, formerly at Fotheringhay, 15th-century Pl. 54
    (3) The Manor House. Plan and elevation of roof truss Fig. 189, p. 149
    Exterior from S.W. Pl. 98
    (8) The White Horse, former public house. Sketch plan to show room-use in 1886 Fig. 190, p. 150
    (15) Jasmine Cottage. Plan to show former arrangement Fig. 5, p. lx;
     Fig. 191, p. 150
    (19) Tansor Wold. Plan Fig. 192, p. 150
21 WAKERLEY
    Village map Fig. 193, p. 151
    (1) Parish church of St. John the Baptist. Plan Fig. 194, p. 152
    Exterior from N.E. Pl. 10
    Interior looking E. Pl. 10
    Chancel arch. Carved capitals Pl. 11
    Nave. Reconstruction of 12th-century section with surviving E. wall Fig. 195, p. 153
    Font, 13th-century Pl. 38
    (3) Wakerley House Farm. Plan Fig. 196, p. 154
    Exterior Pl. 118
    (5) No. 28. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx;
     Fig. 197, p. 154
    (7) Former Rectory. Kitchen fireplace Pl. 127
    (9) Exeter Arms. Plan to show former arrangement Fig. 198, p. 155
    Exterior Pl. 122
    (10) No. 5. Plan Fig. 199, p. 155
    (17) Bridge from E. Pl. 75
22 WARMINGTON
    Village map Fig. 200, p. 156
    (1) Parish church of St. Mary the Virgin. Plan Fig. 201, p. 158
    Exterior from S.E. Pl. 30
    Section through the nave showing the E. face of the tower. From a survey by William Caveler in 1847 Fig. 202, p. 159
    Nave looking N.E. Pl. 30
    N. aisle. Exterior from W. Pl. 35
    S. aisle windows Pl. 26
    S. porch Pl. 34
    Nave roof Pl. 31
    N. aisle roof bosses Pl. 66
    Bracket (1), 15th-century Pl. 45
    Monument (3) tomb chest, late 15th-century Pl. 52
    Monument (4) of Sir Thomas Elmes, died 1664 Pl. 65
    Tomb recess (1) with reset coffin lid Pl. 34
    Piscina (1), 13th-century Pl. 41
    Benches, 16th-century Pl. 66
    (3) The Malt House. Plan Fig. 203, p. 161
    (17) Glebe House. Plan Fig. 204, p. 162
    Exterior Pl. 95
    (18) Former Hautboy and Fiddle. Plan Fig. 205, p. 162
    Window, 1648 Pl. 124
    (22) No. 39 Chapel Street. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx
    (26) The Manor House. Ground-floor plan Fig. 206, p. 163
    Reconstruction of first-floor plan Fig. 207, p. 163
    Exterior Pl. 96
    Doorway Pl. 125
    Ground-floor window Pl. 124
    Fireplaces Pl. 103
    Staircase Pl. 114
    (27) No. 27. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx; Fig. 208, p. 163
    (30) Eaglethorpe House. Plan Fig. 209, p. 164
    (32) Eaglethorpe Farm. Plan Fig. 210, p. 164
    Exterior Pl. 101
    Dovecote. Plan and reconstruction of nesting boxes Fig. 7, p. lxviii
    Exterior Pl. 128
    (36) Papley Cottages. Plan Fig. 211, p. 164
23 WOODNEWTON
    Village map Fig. 212, p. 165
    (1) Parish church of St. Mary. Plan Fig. 213, p. 167
    Exterior from S.E. Pl. 18
    Chancel. Exterior of S. wall Pl. 24
    Doorway in S. wall Pl. 14
    Nave and transept arch from the chancel Pl. 3
    S. arcade, E. respond Pl. 13
    S. aisle. Windows Pl. 27
    Doorway Pl. 15
    S. porch Pl. 25
    Coffin lid, 13th-century Pl. 7
    Piscinae, 13th-century Pl. 41
    (2) Methodist Chapel. Plan Fig. 214, p. 168
    (11) Manor House. Plan and elevation Fig. 215, p. 169
    Exterior Pl. 108
    (12) Knight's Cottage. Plan Fig. 216, p. 169
    (28) Dovecote. Plan Fig. 7, p. lxviii
    (41) Meadow View. Plan Fig. 5, p. lx;
     Fig. 217, p. 171
24 YARWELL
    Village map Fig. 218, p. 172
    (1) Parish church of St. Mary Magdalene. Plan Fig. 219, p. 173
    Copy of plan before restoration of 1782 Fig. 220, p. 173
    Copy of seating plan of 1782 Fig. 14, p. xcviii
    Exterior from N. Pl. 32
    Chancel. Interior looking S.E. Pl. 32
    (2) Methodist Chapel. Plan Fig. 221, p. 173
    (11) Sundial Cottage. Plan and reconstruction of S. elevation Fig. 222, p. 174
    (13) Manor Farm. Plan Fig. 223, p. 175
    Plan of farm buildings Fig. 6, p. lxvi
    Fireplace Pl. 127
    (23) Ballaugh Cottage. Beam, 1591 Pl. 126

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CORRECTION

    Page xiii column 2 POLEBROOK (6) Old Duke's Head Cottage, dated 1595, not 1598.
    Page xxv NASSINGTON (23) Black Horse Inn. Plan. Fig. 166, p. 123, not 128.
    Page 106 (90) Boundary Cross line 3: measuring 400 mm. not 40 mm. across the head.
    Page 113 lower figure: Fig. 149 Laxton (2) Laxton Hall Lodges. Elevation as built.
    Page 131 Fig. 170 TANSOR Village Map, not POLEBROOK Village Map.
    Page 145 Fig. 185 POLEBROOK Village Map, not TANSOR Village Map.
    Plate 42 top NASSINGTON CHURCH
     (4) Wheel of Fortune(?) and (5) St. Michael weighing souls; late 14th-century.
     bottom (2) St. Martin dividing his cloak; early 15th-century.
    Plate 120 bottom right: KING'S CLIFFE (23). Thorpe Almshouses, 1668.

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