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Page, Taylor, Virtue, Walker. See
Bells, Church-plate, Churches,
Crosses, Fonts.

Edenbridge: Leveson-Gower.
Edinburgh: Lockhart, Miller.
Eglish (co. Tyrone): Latimer.

Egyptian antiquities: Findlay, Longman,
Naville, Price, Whitehouse.
Eindon (Carmarthenshire): Allen.
Eldon (Roxburghshire): Christison.
Essex Gould, Laver. Winstone. See
Berden, Broomfield, Halstead,
Harlow, Layer Marney, Leez,
Pleshy, Rayleigh Mount, Stratford,
Langthorne, Theydon Garnon,
Ethnography: Browne, Fawcett.
Eudon Burnell: Purton.
Eudon George: Purton.

Eustace family: Murphy.
Exmoor Rawle.

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Falkirk Miller.

Falstone: Waylen.

Faversham: Giraud.

Fern (Forfarshire): Clazey.
Filborough: Arnold, Nevill.
Finchale: Fowler.

Folklore Amery, Anichkof, Ball,

Bather, Black, Burne, Cook, Dun-
can. Ferguson, Fisher, Frazer,
Gerish, Hartland, Hesseling, Hoop-
pell, Jacobs, Kay, Ker, Kinahan,
Legg, March, Meyer, Moore, Mur-
ray-Aynsley, Owen, Powell, Rouse,
Salmon, Schultz, Sewell, Spurrell,
Stokes, Waddell, Walhouse, Wood.
Fonts: Allen (J. R.), Fishwick, Lewis,
Lynam, Winchester,
Forgendenny (Perthshire): Bell.
Furse family Carpenter.

Gardening: Archæologia.
Garter order of: Thompson.
Genealogies and family history: Aylmer,
Burson, Carpenter, Codrington,
Corbett-Winder, Dunn, Earle,
Ebblewhite, Fitzgerald, Jones,
Letts, Lloyd, Maitland, Marshall,
Milbourn, Norcliffe, Phillips, Pil-
kington, Pugh, Sandford, Vaughan,
W.(R.)

Glastonbury: Bulleid.

Gloucestershire: Maclean: See Dean.
Newnham.
Gloverstone: Shrubsole.

Gower: Clark, Morgan.
Grangemellon: Weldon.
Gravesend: Arnold.

Great Boughton: Shrubsole.
Greek antiquities: Bather, Benson,
Cook, Ely, Evans, Falkener, Fort-
num, Frazer, Gardner, Hicks,
Jones, Kirker, Loring, Murray,
Paton, Richards, Sellers, Smith,
Verrall, Woodhouse.
Guisbrough Hodges.

Haddon Hall: Carrington.
Halstead: Sperling.

Hampshire: see Andover, Silchester,
Southampton, Stoneham, Winches-

ter.

Hampsthwaite Fowler, Stephenson.
Harlow: Gould.

Heraldry: Franks, Gray, Grazebrook,
Hope, Round, Rylands, Vinycomb,
Weber.

Herbert family: I.(M.C.)

Heytesbury House: Brakspear

High Ercall: Vane.

High Ham: Crossman.
Holywood: Coles.

Hopton Hall: Hartshorne.
Huish Episcopi: Stubbs.
Hut circles: Burnard, Gould.

Inscriptions: Jago.

Crosses: Allen, Langdon.
Greck: Hicks.

Roman: Cox, Haverfield.
Rock (African): Howarth.
Wales: Rhys.

See Ogham, Runic.

Insignia: Brook, Ferguson, Goddard.
Institutions :

Parish: Lloyd.

See Manor, Municipal.

Ireland: Allen, Browne, Buick, Coffey,

Deane, Fetherstonhaugh, Fitz-
gerald, Frazer, Graves, Gray,
Haddon, Hassé, Hickson, Kinahan,
Kirker, Knowles, Letts, Lynch,
March, Mills, Murphy, Olden,
O' Looney, O'Reilly, Orpen
Rotheram, Salmon, Stokes, Swan,
Trench, Westropp, Willis-Bund.
See Agalurcher, Athy, Britway,
Bray, Castledermot, Clane, Dublin,
Dunnamore, English, Grange-
mellon, Jigginstown, Killashee,

Kilteel, Limerick, Loughcrew,
Mallow, Maynooth, Moone, Naas,
Navan, Old Connaught, Rathna-
geeragh, Ross, Tara, Timolin.
Ivy Church (Wilts): Dixon.

Japan: Aston.

Jigginstown: Vicars.

Jones of Garthmill: Jones.

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Kent: Bell, Cave Browne, Livett,
See Barham,
Payne, Woodruff.

Boughton, Bromfield, Canterbury,
Cowden, Dover, Edenbridge, Faver-
sham, Filborough, Gravesend,
Leeds, Orpington, Preston, Roches-
ter, Sandgate, Teynham, Whitefield.
Kerry (parish of): Rowley-Morris.
Kettins (Forfarshire): Hutcheson.
Kirkby Hill.

Kirkcudbright: Coles.

Kirkham: Compton.

Killashee Murphy.

Kilteel: Mayo.

Kirkoswald (Ayrshire), Ailsa.

Kirkstall: Thoresby.

Kynaston family: Burson.

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Man: Moore, Wood.
Manchester: Brooke, Letts.

Manorial history: Baildon, Berry

Holmes, Kerr, Kershaw, M. (A.S.),
Pearson, Pollock, Purton, Watts.

Margaret Tudor, portrait: Mackay.
Martin (Wilts): Ponting.

Masons' marks: Rylands.

Matlock Moor: Cox, Haverfield.
Maynooth: Leinster.

Meiford: Lloyd, Thomas.
Meols Shore: Potter.

Merchants' marks: Cuming, Welch.
Middleton: Dean.

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