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THE JOURNAL OF STAINED GLASS


INDEX VOLUME III



Note. A name of a place without further note, indicates a reference to glass actually or recorded as formerly existing there.
A name of a person without further note, indicates an artist of glass actually or recorded as formerly existing. In the case of a medieval artist, where the reference is as a rule to a quotation from a document, the Christian names are given; in that of a modern artist, initials only in addition to the surname.


Aberlady, East Lothian, III: 45.
Altenberg, III: Pl. XXXV.
Amblecot, Staffordshire, mentioned, III: 171.
America, Stained-Glass Association of, III: 51.
Aston, Yorkshire, III: 67.
‘Austrian Glass Painting, A Late Fourteenth Century,’ III: 166.
Auxon, III: 179.

Bagley, Thomas, III: 170.
Barnersall, Northamptonshire, III: 92.
Basingstoke, Hampshire, III: 62.
Beauvais, St. Etienne, III: 52, Pl. XII.
Beech, John, III: 171.
Beech, Richard, III: 171.
Beer Ferrers, Devonshire, III: 92.
Beham, Hans Sebald, Engravings by, copied in Stained-Glass, III: 75.
Bell, R., Review of Twining's ‘Art and Craft of Stained-Glass’ by, III: 43; On ‘Copyright of Sketches for Stained Glass,’ III: 146; Pl. XXVIII.
Biflete Manor, III: 28.
Biver, Count Paul, on ‘ French Glass-Painters Methods of using Cartoons during the Sixteenth Century,’ III: 112, 173. Bledington, Gloucestershire, III: 94.
Bourgh, William de, see Burgh.
Bradfield, Yorkshire, III: 68.
Bristall, Randall, III: 171.
Broughton Hall, Staffordshire, III: 169.
Browne, Bishop, on Glazing in Early England, III: 99.
Brussels, Sainte Gudule, III: 52.
Buckholt, Hampshire, III: 170.
Buckland, Gloucestershire, III: 92.
Burgh, John, III: 125.
Burgh, William de, III: 25, 26, 27, 125
Burne-Jones, Sir Edward, III: 152.
Bye, Thomas, III: 123, 126.

Canterbury Cathedral, III: 92.
Capronnier, J. B., III: 52.
Carre or Quarre, John, III: 169.
‘Cartoons, French Glass-Painters' Methods of using, during the Sixteenth Century,’ III: 112, Pls. XXIII, XXIV, 173, Pl. XXXI.
Carver, John, III: 69.
Chalons-sur-Marne, III: 74.
Chalons-sur-Saonc, III: 77.
Chartres, III: 102.
Cheddale, John, III: 27.
Chester Castle, III: 27, 28.
Chester, St. John the Baptist Church, III: 45.
Chevalier, John, III: 109.
Cirencester, Gloucestershire, III: 92, 94.
Clarendon, Wiltshire, III: 28.
Clowne, Derbyshire, III: 69.
Cobourn Brook, Staffordshire, III: 171.
Coin Rogers, Gloucestershire, III: 94.
Conches, Eure, III: 74, Pl. XV, 79.
Conisborough, Yorkshire, III: 67.
Cortona Cathedral, III: 9, Pls. IV, V.
Coventry, St. Mary's Hall, III: 92.
Creney, Aube, III: 180.

Dale Abbey, Derbyshire, III: 69, 73.
Day, L. F., Biographical Notice and Portrait of, III: 5, Pl. II.
Deerhurst, Gloucestershire, III: 92.
Deneux, H., on ‘A Thirteenth-Century Mould for making Calm Lead,’ III: 81.
Denver, Colorado, III: 45.
‘Derbyshire and South Yorkshire, Some Fragments of Stained-Glass in,’ III: 66.
Dickinson, Thomas, III: 69.
Dicksee, Sir Frank, P.R.A., III: 1.
Dininchoff, Dininckhoff, or Dinninghof, Bernard, III: 4, 54, 55, Pls. XI, XIII.
Diocesan Committees, Report of Deputation to Central Advisory Council of, III: 142.
Doddiscombleigh, Devonshire, III: 94.
Dodson, W. M. on ‘William Fowler, Artist and Antiquary,’ III: 47.
Douglas, Lanarkshire, St. Bride's Chapel, III: 21, Pl. X.
Drake, Daphne, Obituary Notice of Frederick Drake by, III: 105.
Drake, Frederick, Obituary Notice of, III: 105, Pl. XXI.
Dronfield, Derbyshire, III: 70, 71.
Dunmow, Essex, III: 6, Pl. III.
Durer, Engravings by, copied in Stained-Glass, III: 74, 75.
Durham Cathedral, III: 47.

East Harling, Norfolk, III: 92.
Eaton Bishop, Herefordshire, III: 47, 92, Pl. I.
Ebreichdorf, III: 168.
Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, III: 66,67.
Eccleshall, Staffordshire, III: 169.
Ecouen. III: 78, 79.
Eden, F. S. on ‘Ancient Painted Glass at Stanford-on-Avon,’ III: 156.
Eltham Palace, Kent, III: 25, 26, 27.
Ervy, Aube, III: 177, 178, Pl. XXIV.
Eton College, III: 126.
Ettington Park, III: 192, Fig. 38(a), 197, Fig. 41.
Exeter Cathedral, III: 105, 106, 107.
Exeter, St. Mary Major, III: 105.

Florian, Saint, III: 168.
Flower, Barnard, III: 127.
Follifoot, near Harrogate, III: 67.
Fowler, William, III: 47.
Frampton E., Obituary Notice of, III: 45.
French Glass-Painters of the Sixteenth Century, Copies of Italian Engravings by, III: 74, Pl. XV.

Gilling Castle, Yorkshire, III: 4, 54, Pl. XI.
Glass from the Continent, The Importation of, into England in the Middle Ages, III: 48.
Glasshouse Fold, Lancashire, III: 170.
Glass-Painting, Recent Publications relating to, April, 1929, III: 46; October. 1929, III: 97; April, 1930, III: 144; October, 1930, III: 204.
Glastonbury, Somerset, III: 131.
Glaziers' Companies, Arms of, III: 2.
Glazing, Early History of, in England, III: 99.
Gloucester Castle, III: 27.
Gloucester, Rogier, III: 123.
Godfrey, Robert Scott, III: 108.
Gould, G. T. S., on ‘Ancient Glass in St. Bride's Chapel, Douglas, Lanarkshire,’ III: 21.
Greenbury, Richard, III: 19, Pls. VIII, IX.
Grower, John, III: 29.
Gyles, Henry, III: 138.

Hales, Staffordshire, III: 169.
Hall, Robert, III: 30.
Hammond, Indiana, III: 96, Pl. XIX.
Harpham, Yorkshire, III: 42, Fig. 28 (a).
Hartley, Robert, III: 170.
Harvey, Robert, III: 170.
Hathersage, Derbyshire, III: 69.
Havre, Le, III: 106.
Hawarden, Cheshire, III: 45.
Henezel, Balthazar de, III: 169.
Henezel, Thomas de, III: 169.
Henzey, III: 172.
Herbisse, III: 179.
Herman Glasyer, III: 29.
Himsworth, J. B., on ‘Some Fragments of Stained Glass in South Yorkshire and Derbyshire,’ III: 66.
Holliday, H., mentioned, III: 2.
Holloways-End, Staffordshire, III: 171.
Hone, Galyon, III: 29.
Hood, P. on ‘The Photography of Stained Glass,’ III: 118.
Hooke, Isaac de, III: 170.
Hooton-Roberts, Yorkshire, III: 67.
Home, Dom Ethelbert on ‘A Crucifixion Panel in Wells Cathedral,’ III: 12.
Howe, Isaack de, III: 170.
Hulme, E. W., on Glazing in Early England, III: 99.

Image, Professor S., Obituary Notice of, III: 203,
‘Italian Engravings, Copies of, by French Glass-Painters of the Sixteenth Century,’ III: 74, Pl XV, 146.

James, Dr. M. R., on ‘Glass at Eaton Bishop and Madley,’ III: 47.
Jenkins, R., on ‘The Importation of Glass from the Continent into England in the Middle Ages,’ III: 48.

Killamarsh, Derbyshire, III: 73.
Kingsdown, Kent, III: 92.
Kitson, S. D., on ‘Bernard Dinninghof, Sixteenth Century Glass-Painter and Architect,’ III: 55.
Knight, Miss E., Obituary Notice of, III: 45.
Knowles, J. A., on ‘Ancient Leads or Windows and the Methods of their Manufacture,’ III: 133.
Knowles, J. A., on ‘The Film on Ancient Stained Glass, III: 181.
Knowles, J. A., on ‘History of the York School of Glass Painting,’ III: 31, 85, Pls. XVI, XVII, XVIII, 123, 189.
Knowles, J. A., Review of Article on ‘Stained Glass’ the Encyclopedia Britannica by, III: 140.

Lasson, Yonne, III: 116.
Launceston Castle, Cornwall, III: 29.
Lawson, W., III: 154.
‘Lead, Modern American Work in,’ III: Pl. XIX.
‘Leads for Windows, Ancient, and Methods of their Manufacture,’ III: PI. XXVII.
Le Prince, Engrand, III: 52, Pl. XII.
L'Huitre, Aube, III: 116, Pl. XXIVa.
Linck, Barthlime, III: 52.
London, St. Andrew Undershaft, III: 94.
London, Battersea Rise, Masonic Girls’ School, III: 4l
London, St. Giles, Camberwell, III: 134.
London, St. Luke, Camberwell, III: 203.
London, Chelsea Old Church, III: 34.
London, Coldharbor, III: 29.
London, Guildhall, III: 102.
London, Park House, St. John's Wood, III: Pl. XXVIII.
London, St. Jude, South Kensington, III: 45.
London, The Tower, III: 29..
London, Victoria and Albert Museum, III: 9, Pl. IV,. 92, 152, 153, 198, 199, Pl. XXXV.
London, Westminster Hall, III: 125.
London, St. Margaret's, III: 45.
London, Palace, III: 25, 26, 27.
Lorraine, Glass-Workers from, in England, III: 169.

Madley, III: 47.
Male, E., on ‘Copies of Italian Engravings by French Glass-Painters of the Sixteenth Century,’ III: 74, Pl. XV.
Mailing, Kent, III: 92.
Malvern, Great, III: 36, 42, 85, 90, 92, 110.
Malvern, Little, III: 92.
Marc Antonio, Engravings by, copied in Stained Glass, III: 75, 76. 77.
Marcillat, Guglielmo di, III: 9, Pls. IV, V.
Maria Strassengel, Styria, III: 153.
Mersh, William, III: 27.
Master Glass-Painters, British Society of, Proceedings, November, 1929-January, 1930, III: 141. Minutes of Meetings of Council, March 26, April 17, and May 21, 1930, III: 199. Report of Council for 1929-30, 201. May, Robert, III: 30.
Melton-on-the-Hill, Yorkshire, III: 68.
Mileham, Norfolk, III: 196.
Miraflores, Cartuja de, III: 3.
Montfey, Aube, III: 176, 177, 179, Pl. XXXI.
Montfort, 1'Amaury, III: 78.
Morley, Derbyshire, III: 73.
Morris, William, III: 152.
Morthoe, III: 203.
Mortimer, J. H., Cartoon for Stained Glass by, III: 154.
Mottisfont, Hampshire, III: 131, 199.
Mould for making Calm Lead, A Thirteenth Century, III: 81.

Newcastle-on-Tyne, III: 47, 170.
Newent, Forest of Dean, III: 170.
Norbury, Derbyshire, III: 173.

Ockwells Manor, Berkshire, III: 94.
Old-Swynford, Staffordshire, III: 171.
Oxford, All Souls College, III: 132, 198.
Oxford, Brasenose College III: 16,
Oxford, Cathedral (St. Frideswyde), III: 17, 128, Fig. 35, 129, 198.
Oxford, St. John's College, III: 16.
Oxford, Magdalen College, III: 15, Pl. VII.
Oxford, Merton College, III: 198, 199.
Oxford, New College, III: 129, 130, Fig. 36, 132, 198
Oxford, Oriel College, III: 17, Pls. VIII and IX.
Oxford, ‘ Oriel College Chapel, Medieval Glass in,’ III: 108, Pl. XXII.
Oxford, The Queen's College, III: 14.
Oxford, Trinity College, III: 108.
Oxford, Wadham College, III: 16.
Oxford, ‘ Early Seventeenth-Century Portraits in Stained Glass at,’ III: 13, Pls. VII, VI11, IX.
Oxford School of Glass-Painting, Influence of on York Work, III: 191.
Oxford, Thomas of, III: 180, 193, 104, Fig. 30.

Pane, T., on ‘Early Glass-workers in North Staffordshire,’ III: 169.
Paris, Louvre Museum, III: 52.
Paris, Sainte Chapelle, III: 183.
Pauntley, III: 1.
Pavilion, III: 170.
Pearson, J., III: 184.
Pearson, Advertisement of his Exhibition, III: 4.
Peckitt, William, III: 68, 162.
‘Photography of Stained Glass, The,’ III: 118, Pl. XXV.
Pont-Hubert, III: 179.
Poole, Mrs. R. L., on ‘Early Seventeenth-Century Portraits in Stained Class at Oxford,’ III: 13.
‘Portraits in Stained Glass at Oxford, Early Seventeenth Century,’ III: 13, Pls. VII, VIII, IX.
Pouan, Aube, III: 175.
Powell, James, and Sons, III: 151.
Prowde or Prudde, John, III: 1, 27, 28, 123, 126.

Quarre or Carre, John, III: 169.

Raphael's Cartoons, Copies in Painted Glass of, III: 4.
Read, H., Article on ‘Stained Glass’ in the Encyclopedia Britannica by, reviewed, III: 140.
Reims, St. Remy, Mould for Calm Lead discovered at, III: 81, 134.
Rein-in-Steiermark, III: 166.
Romsey Abbey, Hampshire, III: 129.
Ross, D. M., Biographical Notice of L. F. Day, by, III: 5.
Rossetti, D. G., III: 152.
Rouen, Saint Nicholas, III: 153.
Roye, III: 74.
Rushforth, G. McN., on ‘Medieval Glass in Oriel College Chapel,’ III: 108.

Saint, Mr., on the Artificial Film on Old Glass, III: 182.
Saint-Parre-les-Tertres, Aube, III: 173, Pl. XXIII
Salisbury Cathedral, III: 154.
Salzman, L. F., on ‘Mediaeval Glazing Accounts,’ III: 25.
Schmitz, Professor Dr. H., on ‘A Late Fourteenth Century Austrian Glass Painting,’ III: 166.
Schongauer, Engravings by, copied in Stained Glass, III: 74.
Shene, Surrey, III: 27, 28, 29.
Sherriff Hutton Castle, Yorkshire, III: 30.
Sherriff Hutton. New Lodge, III: 56, 57.
Shcrrill, General C. H., on ‘The Companion to the Window by William of Marseilles in the Victoria and Albert Museum,’ III: 9.
Sherterre or Shortere, Peter, III: 25.
Skynke, James, III: 29.
Smart, Henry, III: 126.
Southport, Lancashire, III: 102.
Sparrow, George, III: 171.
Sprotborough, Yorkshire, III: 67.
‘Staffordshire, Early Glass Workers in North,’ III: 169.
Stained Glass, Armorial, as Legal Evidence, III: 2.
Stained Glass, Copyright of Sketches for, III: 146.
‘Stained Glass, The Film on Ancient,’ III: 181.
Stamford, Brown's Hospital, III: 94.
‘Stanford-on-Avon, Ancient Painted Glass at,’ III: 156, Pl. XXX.
Star, Master of the, Engravings by copied, in Stained Glass, III: 75.
Staveley, Derbyshire, III: 72.
Stephen Glazier, III: 126.
Stockport, Cheshire, III: 170.
Streatham Hill, III: 6.

Teignmouth, Devonshire, III: 107.
Temple Newsam, Yorkshire, mentioned, III: 55.
Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucestershire, III: 34.
Theophilus on making Moulds for Lead Calms, III: 82, 134.
Theophilus, Date of, III: 155.
Thiery, de, III: 170.
Thisac, du, III: 170.
Thomas Glasyer of Bradford, III: 29.
Thomas le Verer, III: 127.
Thurkell, William, III: 27.
Thybergh, Yorkshire, III: 68.
Tickhill, Yorkshire, III: 67.
Todwick, Yorkshire, III: 67.
Torvillers, Aube, III: 115.
Tredington, Gloucestershire, III: 196.
Trouan-le-Petit, Aube, III: 175.
Troyes, La Madeleine, III: 178, 179, 180.
Troyes, Saint Nizier, III: 179.
Troyes, School of, III: 175, 178.
Tuxedo Park, Collection of Mrs. Mortimer at, III: 10.
Twining, E. W., ‘The Art and Craft of Stained Glass,’ Review of, III: 43.
Tyttery, III: 172.
Tyzack, III: 172.

Vaudes, Aube, III: 115, Pl. XXIII (a), 179.
‘Venyse Glasse,’ in use, 1485, III: 29.
Vienna Cathedral, III: 168.

Wales, Yorkshire, III: 68.
Waltham Abbey, Herts, III: 152.
Warwick, Beauchamp Chapel, III: 1, 124.
Webb, Sir Aston, P.R.A., Obituary Notice of, 2 III: 03
Webb, G., on the Artificial Film on Old Glass, III: 181.
Wells Cathedral, III: 12, Pl. VI, 103, 195, 196, Fig. 40 (a), 199.
Wells, The Dean of, on ‘Glass at Eaton Bishop, Herefordshire,’ III: 47.
Wells School of Glass-Painting, Influence of, upon York Work, III: 195.
Westlake, Margaret, Obituary Notice of N. H. J. Westlake by, III: 59.
Westlake, N. H. J., Obituary Notice of, III: 59, Pl. XIV.
Whittington Family, Arms of, III: 1.
Whytall, John, III: 171.
Wiener Neustadt, III: 166.
Wilson, Robert, III: 170.
William Glasyer, III: 29.
Winchester Cathedral, III: 131.
Winchester College, III: 126, 191, 197, Fig. 41, 198.
Winchester, Fromond's Chantry, III: 126, 131, 198.
Windsor, St. George's Chapel, III: 29.
Wire-guards for protecting glass in use, 1445, III: 28.
Wolstanton, Staffordshire, III: 170, 171.
Worcester Cathedral, III: 62.
Wyse, Hugh, III: 28.

Yarnton, Oxfordshire, III: 131.
York Minster, III: 32, Fig. 20 (a), 33, Fig. 21, 34, 35, Fig. 22, 36, 38, 39, Fig. 25 (a), 41, Fig. 27(c), 42, Fig. 28 (b), 53, Pl. XVI, 87, Fig. 30, 88, 89, Fig. 31, 90, Fig. 32, 91, Fig. 33, 92, 93, Fig. 34, 94, 103, 119, Pl. XXV, 124, 129, Pl. XXVI, 131, 132, 136, 153, Pls. XXIX, XXXII, XXXIII, 191, 192, Fig. 38 (b), 197, Fig. 41, 198.
York Churches, All Saints, North Street, III: 39, Fig. 25(6), Pl. XVI, 88, Pl. XVII, 94, Pl. XX, 194.
York Churches, St. Denys, III: 37, 38, Fig. 24, 39, 42, 91, 131, Pl. XXXIV, 195, 196, Fig. 40 (b), 199.
York Churches, St. Helen, III: 198.
York Churches, Holy Trinity Goodramgate, III: 39, 85, 88, 91, 131, 198, 199.
York Churches, St. John Micklegate, III: 39, 41, Fig. 27 (a). (b), 86, 124, 131, 198.
York Churches, St. Martin-cum-Gregory, III: 128, Fig. 35, 129, 198.
York Churches, St. Martin-le-Grand, III: 32, Fig. 20 (6), 40. Fig. 26, 88, 131, 132, 198, 199.
York Churches, St. Michael-le-Belfrey, III: 39, Fig. 25 (6), 41. Fig. 27(d), 86, 124, 198, 199.
York Churches, St. Michael Spurriergate, III: 36, 37, Fig. 23(b), 39, 88, 93, 131, 192, 194, 199.
York Churches, St. Saviour, III: 37, Fig. 23 (a).
‘York School of Glass-Painting, A History of the,’ III: 31, 85, Pls. XVI, XVII, XVIII, 123, Pl. XXVI, 189, Pls. XXXIII, XXXIV, XXXV.
Yorkshire, South, and Derbyshire, Some Fragments of Stained Glass in,’ III: 66.




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