An inventory of the historical monuments in Middlesex
H. M. Stationery off., printed by W. Clowes and sons, ltd., 1937 - Travel - 176 pages
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THE INVENTORY of the Ancient and Historical Monuments in Middlesex
ARMORIAL of heraldry before 1550
16th-century date 17th-century 17th-century panelling achievement-of-arms aisle arcade Architectural Description—The architraves balusters barn block brick brick band broken pediment built probably capitals and bases cartouche cartouche-of-arms carved ceiling ceiling-beams century chamfered chamfered orders chancel chancel-arch chapel Church of St cinquefoiled cinquefoiled lights close strings Condition—Good corbels cornice Cottage curved braces doors doorway early 18th-century embattled parapet enriched entablature figures fireplace flanked floor Floor-slabs four-centred arch four-centred head frame front Hampton Court HAREFIELD heraldry Hillingdon House inscription Inside the building jambs and four-centred John king-post late 17th-century marble tablet moulded capitals moulded jambs moulded label nave octagonal overmantel Parish Church partly restored pilasters Plate porch rear-arch rebuilt refaced roofs are tiled scrolled shafts shield-of-arms side slab spandrels splays square head staircase stone storeys with attics tenements three bays three storeys tie-beams timber-framed tracery Tudor turned balusters two-centred arch two-centred head wall West Tower white marble wife wing yards N.W.