List of Illustrations

A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 12. Originally published by Boydell & Brewer for Victoria County History, Woodbridge, 2010.

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, 'List of Illustrations', in A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 12, (Woodbridge, 2010) pp. viii-ix. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/glos/vol12/viii-ix [accessed 22 May 2024].

. "List of Illustrations", in A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 12, (Woodbridge, 2010) viii-ix. British History Online, accessed May 22, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/glos/vol12/viii-ix.

. "List of Illustrations", A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 12, (Woodbridge, 2010). viii-ix. British History Online. Web. 22 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/glos/vol12/viii-ix.

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Thanks are offered to English Heritage for allowing the reproduction of material from the National Monuments Record (NMR) at Swindon and for arranging new photography for the volume; unless stated otherwise the photographs dated 2008 were taken by Michael Hesketh-Roberts of English Heritage. For permission to reproduce material in its possession thanks are offered to Gloucestershire Archives (GA). Copying of that material was by Shaun Carroll.

Frontispiece The Leadon valley at Pauntley 2008.

Figure Page
1 May Hill 2008. Photograph by S.A. Draper. 1
2 Aerial view of Newent town 1972. Aerofilms photograph A237512: ©English Heritage. NMR. Aerofilms collection. 15
3 Broad Street, Newent, c.1910. Photograph by R.H. Bisco (GA, GPS 225/41). 16
4 Roof of the former boothall, Newent, 2008. 22
5 Newent market house c.1840. Water colour by a member of the Foley family (copy in GA, GPS 225/50). 22
6 Black Dog inn, Newent, 2008. 24
7 Tan House, Newent, c.1966. Photograph by Amanda Simpson (née Tomlinson). Reproduced by permission of Dr Simpson. 25
8 High Street, Newent, c.1910. Photograph by R.H. Bisco (GA, GPS 225/45). 25
9 Land Settlement Association houses at the Scarr, Newent, 2008. Photograph by S. Draper. 29
10 Briery Hill, Newent, 2008. 35
11 The Court House, Newent. Photograph from 1910 sale particulars (GA, SL 13). 41
12 Clifford Manor, Newent. Photograph from 1932 sale particulars (GA, D 2299/5994). [Digital reproduction courtesy of Bruton Knowles] 43
13 Great Boulsdon, Newent, 2008. 44
14 Carswalls Manor, Newent, 2008. 45
15 Conigree Court, Newent, 2008. 47
16 The Moat, Newent. Photograph from 1910 sale particulars (GA, SL 13). 52
17 Stardens, Newent. Photograph from 1910 sale particulars (GA, SL 80). 53
18 Traditional cider making at Newent in the mid 20th century. Photograph, probably by W.R. Bawden, for Eagle Photos published in Gloucestershire Countryside, January–March 1951. 59
19 Packing market-garden produce at the Scarr, Newent. Photograph, probably by W.R. Bawden, for Eagle Photos published in Gloucestershire Countryside, January–March 1951. 60
20 Three Choirs Vineyard 2008. Photograph by S. Draper. 61
21 Friendly society procession in Broad Street, Newent, c.1910. Photograph by R.H. Bisco (GA, GPS 225/40). 79
22 Ancient cross shaft at Newent church 2008. 91
23 Newent church, interior, 2008. 93
24 St Peter's church, Clifford's Mesne, 2008. 94
25 Bromesberrow 2008. 96
26 Bromesberrow Place c.1800. Plate published in T.D. Fosbrooke, Abstracts of Records and Manuscripts Respecting the County of Gloucester, Formed into a History (1807). 97
27 Russell's End, Bromesberrow, 1995. NMR photograph BB95/12273: ©Crown copyright.NMR. 101
28 Bromesberrow Place 1991. NMR photograph BB91/11019: ©Crown copyright.NMR. 105
29 Roof of Toney's Farm, Bromesberrow, 2008. 107
30 Bromesberrow church tower 2008. 121
31 The Old Cottage, Dymock, 1948. Photograph by S. Pitcher. NMR photograph AA49/1842: reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR. 128
32 Greenway House, Dymock, 2008. 135
33 Hillash, Dymock, 1975. Photograph for Dymock Women's Institute (GA, D 3295/I/6). 136
34 The Old Grange, Dymock. Photograph from 1920 sale particulars (GA, D 3028/5). 140
35 Boyce Court, Dymock, 1975. Photograph for Dymock Women's Institute (GA, D 3295/I/6). 142
36 Outbuildings at Callow Farm, Dymock, 2008. 143
37 Pound Farm, Dymock, 1975. Photograph for Dymock Women's Institute (GA, D 3295/I/6). 146
38 Ann Cam's school, Dymock. Drawing from the office of Waller, Son, & Wood, Gloucester, 1884 (GA, D 2593/2/454). 164
39 Dymock church 1948. Photograph by S. Pitcher. NMR photograph AA49/1837: reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR. 169
40 Dymock church, south doorway, 1948. Photograph by S. Pitcher. NMR photograph AA49/1838: reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR. 169
41 Dymock church, interior, 1948. Photograph by S. Pitcher. NMR photograph AA49/1839: reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR. 173
42 Huntley church and school 1968. Photograph by G. Barnes. NMR photograph AA01441: reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR. 178
43 Huntley Manor. Lithograph by Martin & Hood, London, in 1884 sale particulars (GA, SL 10). 182
44 Huntley Court. Photograph from 1924 sale particulars (GA, D 2299/3139). [Digital reproduction courtesy of Bruton Knowles] 183
45 Making tent pegs at Forest Products Ltd, Huntley, 1939. Photograph by C.E. Hart (GA, D 3921/II/19). 187
46 Huntley church, interior, 1968. Photograph by G. Barnes. NMR photograph AA79/2269: reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR. 196
47 Medieval barn at Friar's Court, Kempley, 2008. 201
48 Ceiling at Stone House, Kempley, 2008. 205
49 St Mary's church, Kempley, south doorway 1975. NMR photograph BB75/5864: ©Crown copyright. NMR. 217
50 St Mary's church, Kempley, interior 1970. Photograph by G. Barnes. NMR photograph BB84/1384: reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR. 218
51 Church of St Edward King and Confessor, Kempley, 1970. Photograph by G. Barnes. NMR photograph AA79/224: reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR. 221
52 Pound House, Longhope, 2008. 227
53 Marle Cottage, Longhope, 2008. Photograph by S. Draper. 230
54 Upper Boxbush House, Longhope, 2008. 230
55 Hart's Barn, Longhope, 1996. NMR photograph AA96/956: ©Crown copyright.NMR. 231
56 The premises at Longhope of James Constance & Sons Ltd in the early 20th century. Undated photograph (GA, D 3824). 239
57 Products of the turnery of James Constance & Sons Ltd, Longhope. Photograph 1927 (GA, D 3824). 240
58 Lock Cottage, Oxenhall, 2008. Photograph by S. Draper. 258
59 Oxenhall church c.1840. Water colour by a member of the Foley family (copy in GA, GPS 241/3). 259
60 Quince Cottage near Shaw common, Oxenhall, 2008. 261
61 Kew's Farm, Kilcot, 2008. 263
62 Holder's Farm, Oxenhall, 2008. 264
63 Building thought to have been the charcoal store of the Ellbridge ironworks, Oxenhall, 2008. 275
64 Font at Oxenhall church 2008. 281
65 Little Place, Pool Hill, 2008. 286
66 Pauntley Court 1996. NMR photograph BB96/3786: ©Crown copyright.NMR. 288
67 Payford mill, Pauntley, 2005. Photograph by Elizabeth Williamson. 293
68 Pauntley church, south doorway, 1996. NMR photograph BB96/3808: ©Crown copyright.NMR. 299
69 Preston Court 1945. Photograph by S. Pitcher. NMR photograph A45/5533: reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR. 307
70 Preston church, detail of north doorway, 1945. Photograph by S. Pitcher. NMR photograph A45/5529: reproduced by permission of English Heritage.NMR. 315
71 Preston church 1975. Photograph by B.R. Edwards published on Images of England website. 316
72 Byfords, Taynton, 2008. 323
73 Outbuildings at Taynton House. Photograph c.1952 (GA, D 2299/10703). [Digital reproduction courtesy of Bruton Knowles] 324
74 Hall and stair at Hownhall, Taynton, 2008. 325
75 Former workhouse at Taynton 2008. Photograph by S. Draper. 337
76 Former school in Taynton 2008. Photograph by S. Draper. 340
77 Taynton church, seating plan created in 1825 (from faculty papers: Gloucester Diocesan Records, F 1/4). 345
78 All Saints' church, May Hill, 2008. 346