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Wallasey Church, Old Hall, and Old Rectory i
„ as it stood before the fire 5
„ Longitudinal Section (restored ftom frag-
„ (1) East Window; (2) East Window,
north aisle; (3) Window, north nave;
(4) Belfry Wintlow; (5) Cross Section,
looking east; (6) Wallasey Church,
1665 (from a map) 22
(1) Wallasey Old Hall; (2) Early Norman Font 24
Wallasey Church, Ground Plan, with allotment of seats,
Roman Monumental Stones, 1 „, . . ,
c A » /-U » fPlate A:—four 02
found at Chester. | y
,, „ Plate B:—two 96
„ „ Plate C:—three 98
Masons' Marks.—(1) Burscough Priory; (2) Ormskirk
„ (3) Ormskirk Church; (4) Birkenhead
„ (5) Bebington Church; (6) Heswell
Church Tower, 1460-1480; (7) Wood-
church Church; (8) Thornton-le-
Moors Church 189
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Masons' Marks.—(9) Stonyhurst College, 1585-1600; (10)
Bidston Old Hall, 1590-1610; (11)
Stoke Church; (12) Shotwick Church
Tower, early sixteenth century; (13)
Bidston Church Tower, about 1530;
(14) West Kirkby Church 190
„ (15) Chester Cathedral; (16) St. Peter's
at the Cross, Chester; (17) St. Mary's
Nunnery Gateway; (18) Caesar's
Tower, Chester; (19) Thimbley's
Tower; (20) City Walls, Chester;
(21) Stoke Church Chancel; (22)
St. John's Church, Chester, 1120-
1150; (23) Sefton Church 194
„ (24) Eastham Church; (25) Burton
Church Tower; (26) Wallasey Church;
(27) Wallasey Barn; (28) Raby Water
Mill; (29) Backford Church; (30)
Broniborough Manor House, 1673;
(31) Storeton Hall, late fourteenth
century; (32) Ince Manor, middle of
fifteenth century; (33) Brimstage Old
Hall, middle of fifteenth century;
(34) Aughton Church, near Ormskirk;
(35) Neston Tower; (36) North Meols,
Southport; (37) Shotwick Lodge,
about 1653; (38) Puddington Hall,
very late sixteenth century 194
„ (39) Sefton Church; (40) Thornton-le-
MoorsChurch; (41) Shotwick Church;
(42) Lydiate, St. Katherine's Chapel,
1485; (43) Lydiate Hall, 1485-1495.
Modern A/arks, viz., at (44) Monks'
Ferry Railway Bridge; (45-6-7) Walls
at Bebington, about 1840; (48) Spital
Railway Bridge 196
„ Thirty-six woodcuts, interspersed throughout
Overchurch Church, as recovered from various sources „ 1665, from a map
TO TACK PAGK [ 306
„ South Door 308
„ (1) Section of jamb of K;ist Window;
(2) Section and view of voussoir.
South door; (3) Portion of head of
small Norman Window; (4) Half-
section of fifteenth century Mullion;
(5) Window Jamb; (6, 7. 9, 10, 11 ]
Fragments of Sepulchral Crosses and
Graveclods; (8) East Window, re-
stored from fragments; (12) Bell
from Upton 310
„ Ground Plans—(A) from foundations
discovered and fragments; (IS) from
measurement of fragments and tra-
,, Geometrical basis 312
Overchurch Runic Stone 316
Xist of 'foonorarg Xocal Secretaries.
Winviick and \
Nnoton-le- Willows i'
Wray, near Lancaster
Rev. J. S. Doxey, Christ Church Vicarage, Bacup.
W. A. ABRAM, 42, Adelaide Terrace, Blackrurn.
The Rev. E. Lupton, Crystal Road, South Shore,
W. Ecroyd, Lomeshaye, Burnley.
The Rev. W. B. Grenside, Melling Vicarage,
A. J. Robinson, Clitheroe Castle, Clitheroe.
James Cakr, Colne.
The Rev. A. Cuofton, Reddish Green.
D. J. Lkech, M.D., Elm House, Whalley Range.
Henry Stephenson', Haslingden.
Joseph Rawlinson, Ulverston.
W. O. Roper, Lancaster.
W. D. Pink, King Street, Leigh.
The Rev. W. Stuart White, Esh Vicarage, Durham.
James Bromley, The Homestead, Lathotn.
Henry Cross, 19, Castle Street, Liverpool.
The Rev. J. W. Williams, The Vicarage, Rainford.
The Rev. F. J. Dickson, The Rectory, Rochester.
Lt.-Col. Fishwick, F.S.A., The Heights, Rochdale.
W. E. Gregson, 43, Moor Lane, Great Crosby.
H. S. Threlfall, 12, London Street, Southport.
The Rev. Canon Bardsley, F.S.A., The Vicarage,
W. Owen, F.R.I.B.A., Cairo Street Chambers,
W. S. Weeks, Clitheroe.
T. R. Ellis, 18, King Street, Wigan.
Kev. J. Carson, Winwick, Newton-le-Willows.
Rev. C. L. Reynolds, Wray Vicarage, Lancaster.
E. W. Cox, Fox Covers, Bebington.
Robert Head, Churchyard Corner, Nantwich.
Rev. Francis Sanders, Hoylake.
Rev. H. G. Barnacle, Holmes Chapel.
Rev. J. F. Messenger, Newton Moor Vicarage,
Rev. the Hon. W. Trevor Kenyon.
James Hall, Lindum House, Nantwich.
Wm. Bancroft, Northwich.
Sir David Radcliffe, Thurstaston Hall.
Rev. A. E. P. Gray, M.A., F.S.A., The Rectory,
George Pearson, Southside, Wilmslow.
THE RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP Of CHESTER, D.D.
THE RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF OXFORD, D.D., F.S.A.. Exl'residenl.
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