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I. F. J. 22 127, 137
I. P. C. 27 103
I’ANSON, BRIAN, MARRIAGE 16 68
Ianson, Sir J. B. 20 173, Family 173-4
I’ANSON, SIR JOHN 9 215
I’anson, Thos. B. 6 92
Ibberd, John 10 189
Ibberton 3 131
Ibberton 30 79
Ibberton, Stachy’s Well at 23 218
Ibberton Tenants 14 178, 219
Iberions, The 2 10
Ibotine, Godfrey atte 27 195
ICE HOUSES 30 112
ICE-HOUSES IN DORSET 28 69
ICH, A REFLEX OF MIDDLE ENGLISH 30 122
ICHTHYOSAURUS AT TINTINHULL, DISCOVERY OF AN 1 76
ICTHYO-SAURUS AT TINTINHULL 21 95
Idaton 18 275
Iddesleigh 20 265-7
Idemestone 13 140
Iden, Henry, M.P. 2 287
IDENTITY OF ROBERT HUNT 23 328
Ides, Joan 10 80
Idmiston 18 234
Idmiston 31 183
Idstock 30 84
Idsworth 22 47
Ifeld, Agnes, Dorothy, John 8 294
Ifeyld, John 9 189
Iford, Nicholas of 1 131
Igford (Iford) 18 106-7
Iggeramus, Parson 17 10
Ilbard, J. 12 312
Ilberd, Agn. 13 72, J. 118, 152
Ilberd, John 10 282
ILBERT AND BRICIUS 9 39
Ilbert, John 11 139
Ilbert, Sir C. P. 23 356
Ilchester 37 141, 420; fair 21; gaol, escapes 385-9
Ilchester 14 416
Ilchester 17 174-6
Ilchester 18 63
Ilchester 20 5, 39
Ilchester 22 97, 139, 259
Ilchester 29 11, 12, 232
Ilchester 30 238, 239, 354, 431
Ilchester 31 468
Ilchester 32 478
Ilchester 34 20
Ilchester 35 213, 305, 359, 361, 377, 391, 397, 399, 444, 445
Ilchester 36 196, 253, 362
ILCHESTER 4 69
ILCHESTER, AN IVORY DIPTYCH AND A GOLD RING 24 194, 195
Ilchester Club pole heads (illustration in the text) 25 81
ILCHESTER: Club-pole heads of xix century 25 81
Ilchester, County gaol 32 629
Ilchester, Dill or Pill Bridge 24 55
ILCHESTER, DISCOVERY OF TESSELATED PAVEMENT AT 1 26
Ilchester, Earl of 13 58
Ilchester, Earl of 14 152-3, 333
Ilchester, Earls of 30 137
ILCHESTER: etymology of the place name 25 74
ILCHESTER GAOL 18 99
Ilchester Gaol 19 12, 13
ILCHESTER GAOL 3 159, 183-4
Ilchester gaol 31 93
ILCHESTER: Gaol and house of correction 25 204
ILCHESTER GAOL BOOK 18 186
Ilchester Gaol, Chaplain of 26 154
ILCHESTER GAOL, LETTERS FROM 18 1-7, 58-61, 79-81, 99-105, 135-8
Ilchester, Helen Mary Theresa 34 385
ILCHESTER, HUMAN REMAINS AT 19 225
ILCHESTER IN 1797-1829: 26 29
ILCHESTER INDENTURE, AN 27 202
Ilchester Jail 36 314, 332
Ilchester Jail, escape from 24 146
Ilchester (Lady) 35 12, 18, 61, 64, 187, 188, 189, 190
Ilchester, Lord & Lady 34 323
Ilchester, Lord 19 172
Ilchester, Lord 22 267
Ilchester, Lord 3 17
Ilchester, Lord 33 227, 230
Ilchester (Lord) 35 42, 59, 66, 148, 185, 368, 381
ILCHESTER MAN AT TRAFALGAR, AN 27 57
ILCHESTER MEAD ROMAN VILLA 28 329
ILCHESTER MEAD ROMAN VILLA 29 121
ILCHESTER MEAD ROMAN VILLA 30 1
ILCHESTER MEAD, ROMAN VILLA SITE 26 54, 213
ILCHESTER MEAD ROMAN VILLA, THE COURTYARD 30 8
ILCHESTER MEAD ROMAN VILLA, THE DOLPHIN MOSAIC 30 6
ILCHESTER: Mint 25 11, 140
ILCHESTER: Monographs 25 99, 304
Ilchester, M.P.s for 4 78
ILCHESTER M.S. 24 304
Ilchester, Muriel Augusta 34 385
Ilchester papers 28 78
ILCHESTER, PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS 20 248
ILCHESTER, ROMAN COINS AT 26 66
ILCHESTER: Roman coins found at 25 68, 121, 128, 296
ILCHESTER: Roman road exposed at 25 185
ILCHESTER ROMAN VILLA 27 80, 205
Ilchester, St. Mary Major church tiles 33 376, 377
ILCHESTER TOKEN 24 305
Ilchester (Yeulchestre), Friars of 1 243
Ile Abbots 17 160, 268-9
Ile Abbots 20 129
Ile, Abbots 22 18, 55
ILE ABBOTS MANOR 13 67
ILE ABBOTTS TERRIER 13 326
ILE BREWERS, BIRTH AT 10 307
Ile Brewers, church tiles 33 279
Ile Brewers, Double Child born at 1 24
Ile Bruers 17 176
Ile of Cotton 3 23
Ile of Lakaell 3 24
Ile, Robert de 9 49
Ilebruers, Church of 3 127
Iles, Edmund and Stephen, of Duntish, 1697: 1 27
Iles, Isod 28 97
Iles, John 25 93
Iles, Margret 9 223
Iles, Steven 11 280
Iles, Thomas 35 91
Ilett, W. 13 327
Ilford Bridge 20 40
Ilford bridge 34 63, 187, 188, 189, 360
Ilford, J. 20 89
Ilfracombe 36 239
Illarie, Walter 34 179, 180, 181
Illary, T. 12 314
Illary, T. 15 268
Illary, W. 13 166, 167
Illary, Will. 10 197
Illegh, Ileghmead, manor of 25 31, 32
Illeri, W. 14 73
Illinge, George 34 179
Illinge, Thomas 34 179, 181
Illinge, Walter 34 179, 180
ILLUSTRATED ARCHAEOLOGIST 3 239
ILLUSTRATION: A Weymouth Water Clock to face page 20 55
Illustration: Ancient Ford, Stock Gaylard to face page 5 169
Illustration: Anglo-Saxon Carving, Gillingham Vicarage, facing page 15 233
ILLUSTRATION: Arms of Governor Smyth of Virginia to face page 20 228
Illustration: Autograph of Henry Lyte of Lyte’s Cary, facing page 15 157
Illustration: Batcombe Church, Somerset to face page 5 123
ILLUSTRATION: Beaufort Tomb in Wimborne Minster to face page 20 155
ILLUSTRATION: Bicknoller Church North-East Window to face page 20 145
ILLUSTRATION: Bicknoller Church South-East Window to face page 20 144
ILLUSTRATION: Blandford Corporation Arms in text 20 214
Illustration: Bleadon Tithe Map, 1843 to face page 28 137
ILLUSTRATION: Brass Memorial at Evershot to face page 20 130
ILLUSTRATION: Bridget Minterne’s Monument, Yetminster to face page 14 24
ILLUSTRATION: Brounyng Brass at Melbury to face page 20 179
ILLUSTRATION: Bruton Church to face page 20 97
Illustration: Canopy at Wells Cathedral to face page 5 289
Illustration: Castle Neroche (plans) to face page 28 51, 102
Illustration: Chapel Remains at Templecombe to face page 5 49
ILLUSTRATION: Chimneypiece at Glastonbury to face page 20 241
ILLUSTRATION: Church of Milton Clevedon to face page 14 334
Illustration: Col. Bullen Reymes, M.P. to face page 5 33
Illustration: Commemoration Medal, France & Navarre, 1620, facing page 15 95
Illustration: Culbone Church, Somerset, facing page 15 59
ILLUSTRATION: Dean Husee’s Tomb, Wells to face page 14 121
ILLUSTRATION: Dial of Longcase Clock, c.1690, by Richard Pinney, of Beaminster to face page 29 229
ILLUSTRATION: Dirdoe Monument, Gillingham to face page 14 97
Illustration: Dole Table, Stourton Caundle to face page 5 81
ILLUSTRATION: Dr. Fuller’s Deed of Resignation to face page 20 204
Illustration: ‘Erest up of see on Hamberghes’ to face page 28 205
Illustration: Evercreech Church to face page 5 223
Illustration: Farm-house at Kingston Russell to face page 28 134
ILLUSTRATION: Font at Holcombe to face page 20 25
ILLUSTRATION: Forde Abbey Cloister to face page 20 250
ILLUSTRATION: Fragment of Glastonbury Saxon Cross to face page 20 1
Illustration: Gillingham Church, Dorset, 1805, facing page 15 14
ILLUSTRATION: Gillingham Silk Wheel to face page 14 289
ILLUSTRATION: Hallett Monument, Axmouth to face page 14 145
ILLUSTRATION: Halse Church Screen to face page 14 175
Illustration: Head of Churchyard Cross, Preston Plucknett, facing page 15 193
ILLUSTRATION: Hebrew Inscription, Netherbury to face page 14 74
ILLUSTRATION: Ilchester Mead Roman Villa – Plan of Southern Building to face page 29 121
Illustration: Interior of Martock Church, 1859, facing page 15 251
Illustration: James, Duke of Monmouth, K. G. to face page 28 277
ILLUSTRATION: Jesope Monument, Gillingham to face page 14 241
ILLUSTRATION: Jug used by John Wesley to face page 29 253
ILLUSTRATION: Kingsbury Episcopi Church Tower to face page 14 229
ILLUSTRATION: Lily Crucifix in Wellington Church to face page 20 217
Illustration: Manor House, Clifton Maybank to face page 5 193
Illustration: “Monmouth Tree”, White Lackington to face page 5 337
Illustration: Montacute Priory to face page 5 145
ILLUSTRATION: North Curry Altar Cloth in text 20 68
ILLUSTRATION: North Curry Church Chest to face page 20 121
Illustration: Part of a Bronze Torc (sketch) to face page 28 260
ILLUSTRATION: Plan of Saxon Church at Glastonbury in text 20 192
Illustration: Plymouth Dockyard in 1736 to face page 28 306
ILLUSTRATION: Prebendal Church of Fordington St. George to face page 20 12
Illustration: Proposed Elevation of the new Church, Gillingham, Dorset, 1837, facing page 15 33
Illustration: Purbeck Marble Column, Gillingham Church, facing page 15 208
Illustration: Rodney Chapel, Backwell to face page 5 1
ILLUSTRATION: Roman Inscription found at Stoke-under-Ham to face page 20 73
ILLUSTRATION: Roman Statue Base at Keynsham to face page 20 169
Illustration: Scratch Dials, Merriott Church, facing page 15 273
ILLUSTRATION: Sepulchral Slab, Curry Rivel to face page 14 268
Illustration: Sherborne Abbey Church, previous to 1848, facing page 15 288
ILLUSTRATION: Silk Work Rooms, Gillingham to face page 14 329
Illustration: Simon Pretor to face page 28 25
ILLUSTRATION: Small Objects, Ilchester Mead, Roman Villa 29 122
ILLUSTRATION: St. Michael Weighing Souls, Minehead to face page 14 49
ILLUSTRATION: Stembridge Tower Mill, High Ham, Somerset to face page 29 97
Illustration: Tabernacle, Milton Abbey to face page 5 97
Illustration: The Abbey, West Coker to face page 28 253
ILLUSTRATION: The Brig Robert of Poole to face page 20 36
ILLUSTRATION: The Grange, Norton St. Philip to face page 29 277
Illustration: The Great Hall, Taunton Castle, facing page 15 1
Illustration: The Holy Table, Somerton Church (three illustrations), facing page 15 113
ILLUSTRATION: The Medieval Park at Closworth to face page 29 49
ILLUSTRATION: The Skim Net 29 111
ILLUSTRATION: The Stockbridge Oak, Lillington to face page 14 193
ILLUSTRATION: Tomb at Compton Martin to face page 14 318
ILLUSTRATION: Tomb of Archbishop Bowet, York to face page 14 1
Illustration: Tomb of Philip Daubeney to face page 5 241
Illustration: Walker’s Plan of Gillingham Church, 1837, facing page 15 73
ILLUSTRATION: Warmwell Manor, Dorset to face page 20 107
ILLUSTRATION: West Pennard Mediaeval Church Screen to face page 20 49
Illustration: White Horse Inn, Maiden Newton to face page 5 273
Illustration: Wimborne Grammar School to face page 5 325
Illustration: Wimborne Minster Church Wardens’ Accounts, 15th cent., facing page 15 176
ILLUSTRATION: Wolfeton House, Dorchester to face page 20 83
ILLUSTRATIONS : 1794 Print of Compton House facing page 30 408
ILLUSTRATIONS : A Peat Boat in Somerset, circa 1920 facing page 30 115
ILLUSTRATIONS : A Postcard from Thomas Hardy 30 340
ILLUSTRATIONS : Compton House circa 1870 facing page 30 409
ILLUSTRATIONS : Compton House, The Stable Yard from South West facing page 30 412
ILLUSTRATIONS : Drayton Wassail Song, Musical Score 30 346-349
ILLUSTRATIONS : Enlargement from 1808 O.S. Map facing page 30 413
ILLUSTRATIONS : Ilchester Mead Roman Villa, Dolphin Mosaic facing page 30 1
ILLUSTRATIONS : Ilchester Mead Roman Villa, Plan of Western Building 30 3
ILLUSTRATIONS : Ilchester Mead Roman Villa, Reconstructed Plan of Dolphin Mosaic 30 4
ILLUSTRATIONS : Sketch Map of Luxborough-Roadwater Road 30 369
ILLUSTRATIONS : Sketch Map showing location of Crosses with special features 30 50
ILLUSTRATIONS : Somerset Smocks 30 232-237
ILLUSTRATIONS : Thomas Hardy, Weymouth Pavilion Theatre facing page 30 310, 311
ILLUSTRATIONS : Willow and Peat Boats from the Somerset Levels 30 116
ILLUSTRATIONS: 13c grave covers in Limington Church 32 701
ILLUSTRATIONS: 14c effigies in Limington Church 32 702
ILLUSTRATIONS: 14th Century Roofing at Fiddleford to face page 27 1
ILLUSTRATIONS: A 17th Century Embroidered Bookbinding to face page 18 73
ILLUSTRATIONS: A Carving at Muchelney Abbey to face page 19 169
ILLUSTRATIONS: A Charter of Richard of Sydenham to face page 17 253
ILLUSTRATIONS: A Dorset Prebendary; John Stone to face page 18 182
ILLUSTRATIONS: A Glastonbury Fragment from West Pennard 17 205
ILLUSTRATIONS: A Letter of Bishop Ken to face page 26 61
ILLUSTRATIONS: A Letter of Queen Elizabeth to face page 18 217
ILLUSTRATIONS: A Seventeenth Century Screen to face page 18 241
ILLUSTRATIONS: A Summons to serve in France 1492 to face page 19 97
ILLUSTRATIONS: Alabaster Table at Shaftesbury to face page 19 83
ILLUSTRATIONS: Arms of Turbervill and Willoughby to face page 19 36
ILLUSTRATIONS: Autograph of Henry Fielding to face page 19 260
ILLUSTRATIONS: Bartlett Arms at Corton Denham to face page 18 97
ILLUSTRATIONS, Bartlett’s Bridge, Cocklake, Wedmore, Inscriptions on 33 406
ILLUSTRATIONS: Beaminster Church in 1845 to face page 17 221
ILLUSTRATIONS: Bird’s-eye drawing of Rackley mooring stone 32 672
ILLUSTRATIONS, Blandford, The Old House, two views 33 55
ILLUSTRATIONS: Burleston Church and Rectory to face page 18 227
ILLUSTRATIONS: Childhay Manor House to face page 19 62
ILLUSTRATIONS: Churchyard Cross, Radstock to face page 19 25
ILLUSTRATIONS: Compton Dundon Cross to face page 19 1
ILLUSTRATIONS: Cordate hand-axe from Priddy Hill, Somerset 32 695
ILLUSTRATIONS: Cosmo’s View of Dorchester, 1669 to face page 17 199
ILLUSTRATIONS: Datestone, Wedmore 32 792
ILLUSTRATIONS: Dorchester in 1750: to face page 18 207
ILLUSTRATIONS: Dove Cote at Butleigh to face page 18 25
ILLUSTRATIONS: Early Dorset Grant of Arms to face page 18 154
ILLUSTRATIONS: Effigy of Sir Philip(?) de Albini to face page 19 217
ILLUSTRATIONS: Elevations of East and West Porches, Gateshouse, Baltonsborough 32 606
ILLUSTRATIONS: Enclosure Wall, Glastonbury Abbey to face page 18 145
ILLUSTRATIONS: Ettrick Tomb in Wimborne Minster to face page 19 132
ILLUSTRATIONS: Figure built into Bathampton Church to face page 18 265
ILLUSTRATIONS: Flint implements from Mendip Hills 32 566
ILLUSTRATIONS: Flint ‘Mace-Head’ from Westbury-sub-Mendip 32 730
ILLUSTRATIONS: Flints, incised crisscross patterns 32 801
ILLUSTRATIONS: Fordington Church and Village, 1793 to face page 17 157
ILLUSTRATIONS: Gainsborough Portrait of Lady Portman to face page 18 253
ILLUSTRATIONS: Glastonbury Abbey Sketch Plan to face page 27 21
ILLUSTRATIONS, Glastonbury: Enamelled bronze plates 33 313
ILLUSTRATIONS, Goldsmiths’ marks 33 402
ILLUSTRATIONS: Ground Floor Plan, Gateshouse, Baltonsborough 32 612
ILLUSTRATIONS: Ilminster Church to face page 19 49
ILLUSTRATIONS: Iwerne Minster Cross to face page 17 148
ILLUSTRATIONS: John Clavell (engr.) 32 552
ILLUSTRATIONS, John Hardey’s signatures (a) Woodsford Marriage Register 1777, (b) on Settlement Examination, 1783: 33 192, 193
ILLUSTRATIONS: Lydeard House, Bishops Lydeard 31 258
ILLUSTRATIONS: Maiden Newton Church to face page 19 156
ILLUSTRATIONS: Map of Bovington-Wool railway 32 681
ILLUSTRATIONS: Maperton Manor to face page 17 244
ILLUSTRATIONS: Martock Old Rectory to face page 19 241
ILLUSTRATIONS: Matrix in Cloisters at Wells to face page 19 121
ILLUSTRATIONS: Milborne Port Church to face page 18 169
ILLUSTRATIONS: “Mr. Pitt’s Particular” to face page 19 228
ILLUSTRATIONS: Mrs. Jane Leigh Perrott to face page 18 1
ILLUSTRATIONS: Music: Christchurch and Roadwater tunes for ‘While Shepherds Watched’ 31 57
ILLUSTRATIONS: Napier Brass at Punknowle to face page 19 277
ILLUSTRATIONS: Norman Tympanum St. George’s Church, Fordington to face page 17 270
ILLUSTRATIONS: Old Cottage, Bower Hinton, Martock to face page 17 133
ILLUSTRATIONS: Old House at Stoke Lane to face page 17 181
ILLUSTRATIONS: Old Houses at Nunney to face page 17 173
ILLUSTRATIONS: Orchardleigh charter No. 2: 31 182
ILLUSTRATIONS: Parnham House, Dorset to face page 17 283
ILLUSTRATIONS: Pencil sketch of Harriet Grove 32 664
ILLUSTRATIONS: Plan, Houndstone House 31 229
ILLUSTRATIONS: Plate 1: East Front of Montacute House 31 between pp. 456-457
ILLUSTRATIONS: Plate 2: Text of Felix Cui Mentis 31 between pp. 456-457
ILLUSTRATIONS: Plate 3: Extract from Edward Phelips’s Autobiography 31 between pp. 422-423
ILLUSTRATIONS: Plate 4: Letter in Latin by Edward Phelips to an unnamed clergyman 31 between pp. 422-423
ILLUSTRATIONS: Printed document, State of the Civil Power in the County of Dorset 31 350
ILLUSTRATIONS: Prior Cantlow and his Signature to face page 18 49
ILLUSTRATIONS: Queen Catharine Parr to face page 18 13
ILLUSTRATIONS, Radipole Barracks, stables and officers’ quarters 33 287
ILLUSTRATIONS: Relics of a Bygone Day, Portland Windmills 31 19
ILLUSTRATIONS: Roman Site at Charlton Mackrell to face page 26 221
ILLUSTRATIONS: Roman Tomb Stone at Fordington to face page 18 31
ILLUSTRATIONS: Roundchimneys, Wootton Glanville 32 562
ILLUSTRATIONS: Ruined Ecclesiastical Building at Cheddar to face page 18 193
ILLUSTRATIONS: Samuel Woodforde’s ‘Portrait of the Spanish Shepherd’ to face page 26 81
ILLUSTRATIONS: Seals on Bruton School Charters to face page 19 196
ILLUSTRATIONS, Sedan chairs 33 86, 290
ILLUSTRATIONS: Ship Inn, Porlock, by Robert Gillo 1860-70: 32 587
ILLUSTRATIONS: Ship Inn, Porlock, photograph by Francis Frith 1894: 32 588
ILLUSTRATIONS: Ship Inn, Porlock, Scrimshaw work 32 586
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sir Peter Thompson’s Bookplate to face page 18 110
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sir Winston Churchill (LELY) to face page 27 221
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch map – Manor of Rodney Stoke 1780: 32 859
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch map 1: The Blackmore Vale Region 31 301
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch map 2: Parishes of the Blackmore Vale 31 301
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch map, Brewham Lodge Farm, 1829: 32 520
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch Map, Charterhouse Warren 1761: 32 779
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch Map, Charterhouse Warren 1800: 32 780
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch map, Distribution of holdings of the two Templar manors 31 140
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch map, Frome District 31 7
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch map, Houndstone Farm 31 227
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch map, Inn Sites in Wells 31 390
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch map, Known Inn Sites in Wells 31 389
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch Map, Wedmore 1791: 32 793
ILLUSTRATIONS: Sketch Map, Wedmore 1886: 32 793
ILLUSTRATIONS, Sowden Pond 33 325
ILLUSTRATIONS: St. Aldhelm’s Chapel to face page 18 86
ILLUSTRATIONS: St. Audries’ Rood Screen to face page 19 265
ILLUSTRATIONS: St. John’s Hospital, Wells, 1858: 31 34
ILLUSTRATIONS: St. Katherine’s Chapel, Abbotsbury to face page 18 129
ILLUSTRATIONS: Stinsford Church to face page 19 106
ILLUSTRATIONS, Stogursey church interior c. 1829: 33 197
ILLUSTRATIONS: Stone Artifact showing Six Line Incised Design 32 596
ILLUSTRATIONS: Stone Carving, Burrington Church to face page 17 277
ILLUSTRATIONS: Stratton Manor House to face page 18 62
ILLUSTRATIONS: The Entrance Gates, Park Farm, Stalbridge to face page 17 44
ILLUSTRATIONS: The Episcopal Rings of Bishops Bekynton and Burnell to face page 17 122
ILLUSTRATIONS: The Glastonbury Ring to face page 27 125
ILLUSTRATIONS: The Lady of Lydlinch Urn at Parley to face page 19 180
ILLUSTRATIONS: The late Canon Mayo, our former Editor for Dorset to face page 19 193
ILLUSTRATIONS: The Majesty Scutcheon to face page 19 14
ILLUSTRATIONS: The Priddy Flint 31 410
ILLUSTRATIONS: The Tomb of Bishop Button I to face page 26 121
ILLUSTRATIONS: The Washington Pump, Cerne Abbas to face page 17 73
ILLUSTRATIONS: The Wells Clock Works to face page 17 229
ILLUSTRATIONS: Tombstone of Galfridus at Weston to face page 19 145
ILLUSTRATIONS: Trusses, Hall fireplace, Gateshouse, Baltonsborough 32 608
ILLUSTRATIONS: Two Kingston Maurward Deeds to face page 18 227
ILLUSTRATIONS: Vice-Adrmiral Sir Samuel Hood, Bart. M.P. to face page 17 23
ILLUSTRATIONS: Visual telegraphs: High Stoy 32 659
ILLUSTRATIONS: Visual telegraphs: Shutter Telegraph invented by Lord George Murray, adopted by the Admiralty 1795: 32 659
ILLUSTRATIONS: Visual telegraphs: Shutter Telegraph invented by Rev. John Gamble tried out on Portsdown Hill 1795: 32 659
ILLUSTRATIONS: Wadard of Bayeux to face page 17 105
ILLUSTRATIONS: Wayside Cross, East Dundry to face page 19 73
ILLUSTRATIONS: Wells: Plan, The Almshouse and its eastern neighbours 1885-1900: 32 745
ILLUSTRATIONS: Widcombe Lyncombe Anglo Saxon Gospel Book to face page 17 1
ILLUSTRATIONS: William Barnes, wood engravings for Phelps’ History of Somerset: Canopied tomb in Chelvey Church 32 652
ILLUSTRATIONS: William Barnes, wood engravings for Phelps’ History of Somerset: Gothic or pointed window, in Tickenham Court House 32 652
ILLUSTRATIONS: William Barnes, wood engravings for Phelps’ History of Somerset: Norman arch, entrance to Pen church 32 651
ILLUSTRATIONS: William Barnes, wood engravings for Phelps’ History of Somerset: Tudor arch in Tickenham Court House 32 652
ILLUSTRATIONS: Windows of Wells Cathedral Lady Chapel to face page 18 121
Ilminster 37 39, 145; fair 20
Ilminster 14 200
Ilminster 17 161, 226, 242
Ilminster 18 141
Ilminster 19 12, 13, 90, 276, 283
Ilminster 20 163-4, 203, 210
Ilminster 21 213, 232
Ilminster 29 90
Ilminster 30 183-192, 199, 287, 288
Ilminster 31 290
Ilminster 32 478, 787
Ilminster 34 63-69
Ilminster 35 305, 359, 361
Ilminster 36 129, 135, 147, 309, 362, 417
ILMINSTER AND CHARD VICARS 7 67
ILMINSTER AND WADHAM 19 90
Ilminster, Brief for, 1661: 1 266
Ilminster chantry house 25 34
ILMINSTER CHURCH 19 48
ILMINSTER CHURCH ORGAN 32 782
ILMINSTER CHURCH SEATS 20 233
Ilminster, cock-fight 32 630
Ilminster, Fire at 2 28
Ilminster, George Hotel 33 373
Ilminster Grammar School 1 52, 197
Ilminster, organ 33 372
Ilminster, organist 33 373
ILMINSTER ROYAL PECULIAR 7 13
Ilminster, St. Katherine’s Chantry 23 153
Ilondesmede 31 465
Ilsdon, Anthony 10 243
Ilsington Farm 34 400
Ilton 30 135
Ilton 34 63, 355
ILTON CHURCH, EFFIGY IN 4 145
Ilton, Church of 3 91
Ilton Manor 13 35
ILTON, PISCINA AT 9 114
Imaigne, John 9 338
Imber family 21 212
IMBER, FAMILY OF 20 188
Imberley, Ellis 13 303
Ime 35 113
Immergreen 36 126
Imray, Miss J. 32 573
In and Out Land 3 224
IN MEMORIAM: C. Roach Smith 2 81
IN MEMORIAM: F. H. Dickinson 2 81
IN MEMORIAM: H. M. Scarth 2 81
IN MEMORIAM: J. A. Bennett 2 168
In search of Somerset sounds, Smith, J. B. (Dr) 35 374-378
“IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD” 1 27
Ina, Charter of 13 46, 48, 91, 94
Ina, King 17 59
Ina, King 21 2
INA’s BURIAL PLACE 15 153
INA’s GRANT OF BRENT TO GLASTONBURY 7 255
Inchqueene, Lord 12 98
INCISED SLABS 31 75-76
Incledon, Robert 9 238
INCOME TAX IN 1695: 20 227
INCSRIBED AND DATED WINE BOTTLES IN SOMERSET COUNTY MUSEUM 23 254
INDENTURE BY J.HOCKENS 23 42
INDEX ARMORIAL 3 160
Index, i to xxii 23 189, 209, 229, 289, 309, 330
Index, I to XXII 24 39
Index to Vols. I to XXI 25 22
Index, vol. xxiii 23 330
India 17 28
India (East) Co. 19 170
INDRACT, MARTYRDOM OF ST. 17 17-23
INDULGENCE TO WM. BENET 18 27
Ine King 20 87, 193-7
Ine, King of Wessex 15 30
Ine of Wessex 34 11
Inegrave 31 470
Ines, J. 20 126
Inewoldesleghe, Rd. de 7 71
INFORMATION REQUIRED 23 241
Information wanted 25 203
Ingatestone (Essex) 35 257
Inge, Dr. Hugh, Abp. 13 328
Inge, H. 19 46
Inge, J. 16 163
Inge, Sir Jo. 7 205, 206
Ingelby, T. 28 323
Ingelo, Nath. 6 239, 285
Ingelo, Nath. 7 177, 178, 179, 184
Ingelric, Maud, daughter of 1 86
Ingilby, Cicely 36 275
Ingilby, Joan 36 275
Ingilby, John Uchtred Macdonald (Capt) 36 275
Ingilby, William (Sir) 36 275
Ingleby, — 1 253
Inglefield, Cic., Nic. 13 214
Inglescombe 14 6
Ingolff, J. 16 193
INGOTTEN LIAS SHALES 22 118
Ingram 18 71
Ingram, Arthur 23 9
Ingram, Arthur 31 312
Ingram, Captain 32 571, 572, 754
Ingram, Harriet 12 133, J. 121, Nich. 85
Ingram, Jo. 6 331
Ingram, M. 19 115
Ingram, N. 21 31, 204, 214-5
Ingram, Nich. 10 224, 225, 263, 333, 357
Ingram, Nich. 11 81, 82, Rd. 281
Ingram, Nicholas 9 124, 166, 167, 266
Ingram, Rear-Admiral 3 138
Ingram, Sir Arthur 29 82, 84
Ingram, Wm. 16 111
Ingrowth Manor 29 93
Ings, Anne 7 316
Ings, James 36 330, 331
Ingylby, Jno., Bp. of Llandaff 11 350
Ingylsant, Nicholas 8 147
Iniskefty 18 18, 21
Inkar, Thos. 4 329
Inkle, Meaning of 2 259
Inkpen, Rich, M.P. 2 287
Inkpen, Thos. 26 57
Inksbatch 17 177
Inkscombe 17 177
Inlot, Edyth 32 617
Inman, Canon 15 233
Inman, E. 14 241
Inman, G. 21 29, J. 29
INN, THE “HIT OR MISS” 19 280
Innes, J. B. 1 263
Innes, John Bontet 2 21
Innes (or Jones), Mary 25 17
Innes, W. 19 182
Innis 17 57
INNOCENTS, DEDICATIONS 20 207
INNOCULATION IN DORSET 17 247-270
Innox 18 118, 140-1, 178
Inns of Dorset 20 258
Innuitt, John 16 291
Innys, Andr. 14 15
INOCULATION, A DORSET 28 193
INOCULATION FOR SMALL-POX, DORSET 3 267
INOCULATION IN DORSET 18 27
INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM FOR DEVON 8 326, 358
INQUISITIONES POST MORTEM FOR DORSET 8 185, 233, 281, 329
INSCRIBED STONE ON WINSFORD HILL 1 263
Inscribed-Stone, Romano-British 2 49, 103
Inscription at Stratton 22 49
INSCRIPTION (LONG ASHTON) 23 258
INSCRIPTION TO EMPEROR SEVERUS 20 73
INSCRIPTIONS AT FRAMPTON 8 110
Inscriptions at Lisbon 24 279
INSCRIPTIONS AT OXFORD 10 227
INSCRIPTIONS, HINTON FRIARY 8 260
INSCRIPTIONS IN CHURCHYARDS 23 83, 307, 328
INSCRIPTIONS IN DEVON 9 235-275
INSCRIPTIONS IN S. M. MAGD. CHURCH, TAUNTON 8 109, 180
INSCRIPTIONS IN SALISBURY CATHEDRAL 10 127, 179, 220, 229
INSECTS PURSUED BY SWIFTS 2 113
Insula 18 244
Insula, Baldwyn de, Amice 16 33
Insula, Brian de 9 249
Insula, de 20 36, 113
Insula, P. de 19 28
Insula, W. de 14 209, 211
INSURANCE VALUATIONS OF TEXTILE MILLS, DORSET AND SOMERSET 30 171
INSURRECTION AT FROME, 1795: 33 140
INVASION OF WEYMOUTH, 1804: 33 348
Inventories 28 39, 69, 241, 282
INVENTORIES OF CHURCH GOODS, DORSET 3 301
INVENTORIES OF DORSET CHURCH GOODS 4 30, 54, 99, 295
INVENTORIES OF SOMERSET PARISH REGISTERS 25 112
INVENTORY, DORSET FARM, 1704: 27 169
INVENTORY OF GOODS OF: ADRIAN BOWER 1683, 26 232
INVENTORY OF GOODS OF: JN. WILLIAMS, 1693, 26 165
INVENTORY OF GOODS OF: WM. DAWE 1738, 26 64
INVENTORY OF CLOTHING, 1778: 27 145
INVENTORY OF GOODS AND ORNAMENTS IN CHURCHES (ED. VI) 23 306
INVENTORY OF NORTON FITZWARREN 20 153
INVENTORY OF R. REVELL 23 132
Inventory of Rectors Goods, 1641: 22 135
Inwood, W. 20 127
Inyn, John 8 29
Iolo Morganwg 36 213
Iota 3 104
Ipslay, Edw. 8 296, John 228, Nic. 296
IPSWICH, WOLSEYS COLLEGE AT 21 179
Ireis, F. le 5 199
Ireis, Roger 8 192
Ireland 17 109
Ireland 18 22
Ireland, Alicia, W. 7 278, Fran., Wm. 209
Ireland, Ann, Edward 4 364
Ireland, Dorothy, Roger 5 161, Wm. 116
Ireland, Frank 23 122
Ireland, John 29 230
Ireland, Rev. John 32 584
Ireland, Richard 24 89
Ireland, Wm. 11 318
Iremayen, Sir Jn., Thos. 11 330
Iremonger, Lascelles 35 11, 15, 16, 148, 151
Ireson, Nathaniel 24 18
Ireson, Nathaniel 30 387
Ireson, Nathaniel 31 261
Ireson, Nathaniel 35 319, 321
Ireson, the architect 27 296
Ireys, Fremmido le 11 259
Ireys, J. de 14 74
Ireys, Tremund le 6 317
Irish, A. 22 112
IRISH CLERGY, ADDRESS TO 21 111
IRISH CONNECTION, THE 33 432
Irish, James 37 234; John 232; Matthew 234
Irish, John 32 811
Irish, Matt. 4 214
Irish, Mr. 8 72, William 333
Irish protestants 20 4
IRISH REFUGEES IN SOMERSET 21 212, 235
Irish Saints, relics of 24 86
Irish, Wm. 2 15
Irishe, A. 12 16
Irishe, Ant. 11 359, Walt. 340, Wm. 347
Irishe, J., Rt. 13 303
Irlond, J. 15 145
Irmangere, W. 12 141
Irmangere, Wm., Hugh 16 118
Iron Acton 14 6
Iron industry 31 292, 351-355, 445-447
IRON INDUSTRY IN MELLS AND NUNNEY 32 623
IRON LADY OF SOMERSET, THE 31 351-353, 402-403
Iron Mills Bridge 31 353, 354
Iron Mills Farmhouse 31 353, 354
Iron Ore 22 275
IRON ORE 23 115
IRON SMELTING AT WITHAM FRIARY, TRUDOXHILL AND NUNNEY 31 353-355
IRONSIDE, A SOMERSET PAINTER 27 272
IRONSIDE AND FRENCHAM 20 44
IRONSIDE, ARCHDEACON 19 208, 209
Ironside, Bishop 21 166
Ironside, Bp. 18 274
Ironside, Edw. 7 28, Gilb. 343, Jo. 28, 343
Ironside, Edward 9 314, Gilbert 86, 265, John 86, 265, 314, Ralph 265
Ironside Family 19 208-212
Ironside, Gilb. 12 246, 248, Ralph, J. 83
Ironside, Gilb. 14 86, 87, A. 87, Ralph 120
Ironside, Gilb. 6 144, 180, 235, 237, Ralf 183, 189, 232, 239
Ironside, Gilbert 10 262, 273, Jn. 260, 262, 333, 357
Ironside, Gilbert 32 846
Ironside, Gilbert 8 256
Ironside, John 5 53, Ralph 119
Ironside, R. 20 84, 235
Ironside, Rafe 13 107, 202, 203
Ironside, Rev. Gilbert, Rev. Ralph 4 264, 316
Irvine, J. T. 19 156
Irving, Edward 35 150
Irving, F. 17 286, 292
Irving, F. F. 15 46
Irwin, John 30 28
Irwin, Lord, Regiment of 29 260
Irwin, William 35 422, 424
Iryshe, Rd. 12 77, 257
Iryssh, Phil. 15 192
IS THIS SUPERSTITION? 24 277
Isaac, Alice, Seb. 5 258
Isaac, Colonel 3 84
Isaac, Dan., Hy. 6 26, Fran. 235
Isaac, Robert 36 72
Isaac, Walt. 7 249
Isaack, Wm. 11 306
Isaacs, A. 20 82
Isaacs, G. 15 21
Isaak, John 8 197
Isabel, Queen of England 16 115
Isabella of Angouleme 27 128
Isabella, Queen 32 733
Isacke, Jas. 15 144
Isacke, John 2 76, Wm. 14
Isam, Henry 3 221
Isam, Henry, Phillipe, Robert 1 140
Ischam, Eusebius 7 110
Ischam, William 3 221
ISHAM AND BALAM 4 85
Isham, Angel, Ann, Christr., Eliz., Geo., Harry, Joan, John, Kath., Margt., Roger, Thos., Wm. 3 126-8, Ames, Cipprian 128, Eliza, Sir Euseby, Greg. 185, Geo. 223, John 222, Sir John 34, Justinian 223, Roger 222, Thos. de 221
Isham, Chas., Euseby, Charlotte 1 111, Edw. 110, Eliz., Gregory, 140, Henry, John, of Braydon, 110, Justinian, 140, Katherine, Mary, William of Ile Brewers, 110
Isham, Chris., Fras., Wm. 2 318, Margt. 317
Isham, Eliz., T., Sir J. 13 129
ISHAM FAMILY 2 317
ISHAM FAMILY, OF SOMERSET 1 110, 139
ISHAM FAMILY OF SOMERSET 3 126, 221-3
Isham, H. M. A. 3 129
Isham, Rd. 27 77
Isham, Sir Gyles 30 69
Isidore of Seville 22 244
Island, John 34 364
Isle Abbots 20 116
Isle Abbots, Manor of 24 57
ISLE ABBOTS, MOUND AT 4 131
Isle Abbotts 30 134, 135
Isle Brewers 21 99
Isle Brewers 35 267, 337, 338, 339
ISLE BREWERS, BALAM AND ISHAM OF 4 85
Isle Bruers 20 116
Isle of Purbeck duck decoy 32 712
Isle of Wight 32 656
Isle of Wight 36 239
Isle of Wight, Capt. of the, see Horsey, Edward, Knt. 24
Isleham 19 122
Isleworth 22 33, 36
Ismay, J. H. 17 148
Isnamstede 19 111
Ispannia, Giles de 9 121
Israel, Solomon 8 344
Issell, John 16 192
Italy 35 111
Itchcock, John 8 228
Itery, William 34 180
Ithell, Giles 5 264
Itterie, William 34 181
Itterye family 28 27
Iunge, Phillipp 34 181
IVANS, M. 19 17
Ivatt arms 4 226
Ivechurch, Prior of 13 299
Ivelchester 36 129, 230, 309, 312
Ivelton, Cecily, Peter, Rafe de 8 177
Ivemay, Richd. 4 99
Iver alias Courte, Rd. 16 91
Iver Church, Monument at 2 215
Iver, David 16 91
Ivery, Earl of 13 34, 35
Iverye, Jo. 6 63
Ivethorn, John de 9 243
Ivethorn, John, Richard 8 36
Ivethorn, Richd. 4 141
Ivethorne, T. de 12 358, 362
Ivethorne, T. de 13 42
Ivey, Jas. 7 224
Ivie, Jas. 7 134, 176
Ivie, Jas., Merry 6 154
Ivinghoe (Prioress) 35 38
Ivo, Dean 17 189
Ivors 22 275
IVORS 23 23
IVY, REV. HUGH 4 277
Ivychurch Priory 16 143
Ivye, Alice 10 102, 105, 149
IVYTHORN HOUSE, SOMT. 8 35, 74
Ivythorn, Ivethorn Manor, see Street 24
Ivythorn, John of 24 96
Iwen, T. 14 60
Iwerne 18 202, 242
Iwerne Courtney 21 30
Iwerne Courtney 30 132
Iwerne Courtney 35 360
Iwerne Courtney Tenants 14 217-8
Iwerne, Ewerne Minster 24 186
Iwerne, H. 12 312
IWERNE MINSTER 17 148, 170-172
Iwerne Minster 21 163, 218
Iwerne Minster 22 62, 92-3
Iwerne Minster 30 178
Iwerne Minster 37 245
IWERNE MINSTER AND MARGARET MIGHELL 26 127
IWERNE MINSTER BELLS 4 134
Iwerne Minster Place-names 26 128
Iwerne Minster Tenants 14 217 -8
Iwerne Minster Vicars 12 209
Iwerne Steepleton 30 438
Iwerne Steepleton, Dackombe family, etc. 33 363, 409
Iwerne-Conrtney, Land in 2 262
Iwerne-Courtney, Grant of lordship of 2 154
Iweyn 30 61, 62
Iwood manor, Congresbury 32 537
Ixenyng, Martin de 16 76, 77
Iyve, Nic. 13 66
Izack, Hugh 11 106
Izod, Francis 4 214
IZZOT, CHRISTIAN NAME 28 97
IZZOT OR IZZAT 24 137