Monumental Brass Society

Bibliography

This bibliography includes all articles, except ephemeral reports, in the Transactions of the Monumental Brass Society and articles of a general nature published in the Society's Bulletin, but generally excludes articles in the Bulletin on the brasses of individual churches. For the latter, please search the topographical index.

General antiquarian studies, such as county histories, which include references to brasses, dating from before 1901 are listed, but only publications specially dealing with brasses or incised slabs are noted after that date.

If you know of publications on brasses and incised slabs not listed here, or have a correction to any of the entries, please contact Nicholas Rogers at njr1002@cam.ac.uk

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Lists of brasses and incised slabs

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P. 1994-8. ‘Survey [afterwards List] of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 10, no.1 (1994), pp.4-11; 10, no.2 (1994/5), pp.34-7; 11, no.1 (1995), pp.18-21; 11, no.2 (1995/6), pp.45-50; 12, no.1 (1996), pp.25-8; 12, no.2 (1996/7), pp.53-4;13, no.1 (1997), pp.13-18; 13, no.2 (1997/8), pp.44-9; 14, no.1 (1998), pp.22-4; 14, no.2 (1998/9), pp.41-4; 15, no.1 (1999), pp.10-21; 15, no.2 (1999/2000), pp.42-9; 16, no.2 (2000/1), pp.17-20; 17, no. 2 (2001/2), pp.13-21; 19, no.1 (2003), pp.11-16

Cameron, H.K., A List of Monumental Brasses on the Continent of Europe (London, 1970)

Chivers, D., Catalogue of Rubbings from European Incised Slabs Deposited in the Society of Antiquaries of London (London, 1999)

Greenhill, F.A., Incised Effigial Slabs, 2 vols. (London, 1976), vol.2.

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Bedfordshire (London, 1992)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Berkshire (London, 1993)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Buckinghamshire (London, 1994)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Cambridgeshire (London, 1995)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Cheshire (London, 1996)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Cornwall (London, 1997)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Cumberland and Westmorland (London, 1998)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Derbyshire (London, 1999)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Devonshire (London, 2000)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Dorsetshire (London, 2001)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of
County Durham
(London, 2002)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Essex,
2 vols. (London, 2003)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Gloucestershire (London, 2005)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight (London, 2007)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Herefordshire (Stratford St. Mary, Suffolk, 2008)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Hertfordshire (Stratford St. Mary, Suffolk, 2009)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Huntingdonshire (Stratford St. Mary, Suffolk, 2012)

Sadler, A.G., The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England,
19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86)

Stephenson, M., A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles
(London, 1926, Appendix, 1938; repr. London, 1964)

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Up-to-date key works

Badham S. and Norris, M., Early Incised Slabs and Brasses from the London Marblers, Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London No. 60 (London, 1999)

Badham S. with Stuchfield, M., Monumental Brasses (Oxford, 2009)

Bertram, J. (ed.), Monumental Brasses as Art and History (Stroud, 1996)

Coales, J. (ed.), The Earliest English Brasses, Monumental Brass Society
(London, 1987)

Greenhill, F.A., Incised Effigial Slabs, 2 vols. (London, 1976)

Meara, D., Victorian Memorial Brasses (London, 1983)

Monumental Brass Society, Monumental Brasses: The Portfolio Plates of the Monumental Brass Society 1894-1984 (Woodbridge, 1988)

Norris, M., Monumental Brasses: The Memorials, 2 vols. (London, 1977)

Norris, M., Monumental Brasses: The Craft (London, 1978)

Saul, N., Death, Art and Memory in Medieval England: the Cobham family and their Monuments, 1300-1500 (Oxford, 2001)

Saul, N., English Church Monuments in the Middle Ages (Oxford, 2009)

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United Kingdom General

Abell, E.I., ‘Monumental Brasses’, The Lincolnshire Historian, 2, no.1 (1954), pp.1-6

Andrew, L, Creative Rubbings (London, 1967)

Armstrong, P, ‘The medieval archer’s slab at St. Bee's Priory Church in Cumbria’, Journal of the Society of Archer-Antiquaries, 47 (2004), pp.98-9

Badham, S., Brasses from the North-East (London, 1979)

Badham, S., ‘A Lost Ecclesiastical Brass of c.1530 from East Anglia’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.407-8

Badham, S., ‘The Suffolk School of Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.1 (1980), pp.41-67

Badham, S., ‘An interim study of the stones used for the slabs of English monumental brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.475-83

Badham S., ‘London standardisation and provincial idiosyncrasy: the organisation and working practices of brass-engraving workshops in pre-Reformation England’, Church Monuments, 5 (1990), pp.3-15

Badham, S., ‘Richard Gough's Papers Relating to Monumental Brasses in the Bodleian Library, Oxford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.6 (1991), pp.467-513

Badham, S., ‘Status and Salvation: The Design of Medieval English Brasses and Incised Slabs’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.5 (1996), pp.413-65

Badham, S. ‘Monumental brasses and the Black Death: a reappraisal’, Antiq. J., 80 (2000), pp.207-47

Badham, S., ‘The Contribution of Epigraphy to the Typological Classification of Medieval English Brasses and Incised Slabs’, in Roman Runes and Ogham: Medieval Inscriptions in the Insular World and on the Continent, ed. J. Higgett, K. Forsyth and D.N. Parsons (Donington, 2002), pp.202-10

Badham, S., The Man at St. Brides who was “no klenely portrayer” and other London Marblers’ Workshops’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 92 (January 2003), pp.650-3

Badham, S., ‘Medieval Greens: Recycling Brasses and their Slabs’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 93 (May 2003), p.673

Badham, S., ‘Evidence for the Minor Funerary Industry 1100-1500’, in Town and Country in the Middle Ages. Contrasts, Contacts and Interconnections, 1100-1500, ed. K. Giles and C. Dyer (Leeds, 2005), pp.165-96

Badham, S., ‘“A new feire peynted stone”: medieval English incised slabs?’, Church Monuments, 19 (2004), pp.20-52

Badham, S., ‘Cast Copper-alloy tombs and London Series B Brass Production in theLate Fourteenth Century’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.2 (2004), pp.105-27

Badham, S., ‘The London C Workshop’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.3 (2005), pp.223-50

Badham, S., ‘Patterns of Patronage: Brasses to the Cromwell-Bourchier Kinship Group’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.5 (2007), pp.423-52

Badham, S., Seeking Salvation: commemorating the dead in the late-medieval English church (Donington, 2015)

Badham, S., and Blacker, G., Northern Rock: The Use of Egglestone Marble for Monuments in Medieval England, British Archaeological Reports British Series 480 (Oxford, 2009)

Badham, S., Blair, J. and Emmerson, R., Specimens of Lettering on English Monumental Brasses (London, 1976)

Badham, S., and Fiske, R., ‘John Sell Cotman's Sepulchral Brasses of Norfolk and Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.5 (2002), pp.500-45

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., 1994-8. ‘Survey [afterwards List] of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 10, no.1 (1994), pp.4-11; 10, no.2 (1994/5), pp.34-7; 11, no.1 (1995), pp.18-21; 11, no.2 (1995/6), pp.45-50; 12, no.1 (1996), pp.25-8; 12, no.2 (1996/7), pp.53-4;13, no.1 (1997), pp.13-18; 13, no.2 (1997/8), pp.44-9; 14, no.1 (1998), pp.22-4; 14, no.2 (1998/9), pp.41-4; 15, no.1 (1999), pp.10-21; 15, no.2 (1999/2000), pp.42-9; 16, no.2 (2000/1), pp.17-20; 17, no.2 (2001/2), pp.13-21; 19, no.1 (2003), pp.11-16

Badham S. and Norris, M., Early Incised Slabs and Brasses from the London Marblers, Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London No.60 (London, 1999)

Badham, S., and Stuchfield, H.M., with an Appendix by Northover, P., ‘A Civilian of c.1400 in Private Possession’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.3 (1999), pp.207-20

Badham, S. with Stuchfield, M., Monumental Brasses (Oxford, 2009)

Bagnell-Oakley, M.E., ‘The dress of civilians in the Middle Ages from Monumental Effigies’, Bristol and Glouc. Archaeol. Soc., 18 (1893-4), pp.252-70

Baker, J.H., ‘A Comparison of Academical and Legal Costume on Memorial Brasses’, in Commemoration in Medieval Cambridge, ed. J.S. Lee and C. Steer (Woodbridge, 2018), pp.90-105

Bayliss, J., ‘Richard Parker, the alabaster man’, Church Monuments, 5 (1990), pp.39-56

Bayliss, J., ‘Richard and Gabriel Royley of Burton-upon-Trent, tomb makers’, Church Monuments, 6 (1991), pp.21-42

Bayliss, J., ‘A Dutch carver: Garrett Hollemans I in England’, Church Monuments, 8 (1993), pp.45-56

Bayliss, J., ‘The Southwark Workshops, 1585-1605’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.2 (2015), pp.111-30

Bayliss, Jon, ‘The marble quarry at Vaudey Abbey, Lincolnshire’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 141 (2019), pp. 808-9

Beaumont, E.T., Ancient Memorial Brasses (London, 1913)

Beaumont, E.T., Academic Costume Illustrated by Ancient Monumental Brasses (privately printed, London, 1928)

Beedell, S., Brasses and Brass Rubbing (Edinburgh, 1973)

Beloe, E.M., ‘Notes on some early matrices in the eastern counties’, J. Oxford Univ. Brass Rubbing Soc., 11 (1900), pp.35-9

Bertram J., Brasses and Brass Rubbing in England (Newton Abbot, 1971)

Bertram, J., ‘A Regency Collection of Brass Rubbings’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.90-100

Bertram J., Lost Brasses (Newton Abbot, 1976)

Bertram J., Rare Brass Rubbings from the Ashmolean Collection (Oxford, 1977)

Bertram, J., ‘Orate pro anima: Some Aspects of Medieval Devotion Illustrated on Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.4 (1983), pp.321-42

Bertram, J. (ed.), Monumental Brasses as Art and History (Stroud, 1996)

Bertram, J., ‘Oxfordshire Styles I: The Drunken Marbler’, 16, pt.5 (2002), pp.475-87

Bertram, J., ‘Inscriptions on Late Medieval Brasses and Monuments’, in Roman Runes and Ogham: Medieval Inscriptions in the Insular World and on the Continent, ed. J. Higgett, K. Forsyth and D.N. Parsons (Donington, 2002), pp.190-201

Bertram, J., Monumental Brasses and Fragments in the Collection of the Society of Antiquaries of London (Oxford, 2004)

Bertram, J., ‘Oxfordshire Styles II and II’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.3 (2005), pp.265-72

Bertram, J., ‘From Duccius to Daubernon: Ancient Antecedents for MonumentalBrass Design’, in Pagans and Christians: from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. Papers in honour of Martin Henig presented on the occasion of his 65th birthday, ed. L. Gilmour, BAR International Series 1610 (Oxford, 2007), pp.219-28

Biervliet, L. van, ‘James Weale and Monumental Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.2 (1987), pp.115-22

Binski, P. ‘The Stylistic Sequence of London Figure Brasses’, in The Earliest English Brasses, ed. J. Coales (London, 1987), pp.69-132

Binski, P., Medieval Death (London, 1996)

Binski, P., ‘An Analysis of the Length of Plates used for English Monumental Brasses before 1350’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.3 (1999), pp.229-38

Binski, P. and Blair, J., ‘The Tomb of Edward I and early London Brass Production’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.3 (1988), pp.234-40

Blair, C., ‘Les Plus anciennes effigies funéraires Britanniques en laitonreprésentant des hommes d’armes’, Le Musée d’Armes. Etudeset Recherches sur les Armes Anciennes, 33 année, no.109-110 (August 2005), pp.20-7

Blair, W.J., ‘An Unrecorded Military Fragment’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.5 (1973), pp.380-1

Blair, J., ‘Henry Lakenham, marbler of London and a tomb contract of 1378’, Antiq J., 60 (1980), pp.66-74

Blair, J., ‘English monumental brasses before the Black Death’, in Collectanea Historica: Essays in Memory of Stuart Rigold, ed. A. Detsicas (Maidstone, 1981), pp.256-72

Blair, J., ‘Grave slabs in early fourteenth century England with added inscriptions in separate brass letters’, Bull. Internat. Soc. Study Church Monuments, 5 (1981), pp.86-8

Blair, J. ‘English Monumental Brasses before the Black Death: Types, Patterns and Workshops’, in The Earliest English Brasses, ed. J. Coales (London, 1987), pp.133-75

Blair, J., ‘A Bishop orders his Brass: Buying a Slab from the Purbeck Quarries’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.3 (1988), pp.243-6

Blair, J. and Ramsay, N., English Medieval Industries (London, 1991)

Blatchly, J., ‘Dominical Letters on Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.119-22

Blatchly, J., ‘The “Gunpowder Plot” plate: a Postscript’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.1 (1986), pp.68-9

Bloxam, M.H., A Glimpse of the Monumental Architectural Sculpture of Great Britain (London, 1834)

Bouquet, A.C., Church Brasses (London, 1956)

Boutell, C., Monumental Brasses and Slabs (London, 1847)

Boutell, C., The Monumental Brasses of England: a Series of Engravings on Wood (London, 1849)

Boutell, C., Christian Monuments in England and Wales (London, 1854)

Boutell, C., ‘On Sepulchral Brasses and their Art Manufacture’, The Builder, 12 (1854), pp.542-3, 568-70 and 570-80

Bower, R., ‘Grave Slabs in the Diocese of Carlisle’, Trans. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiq. and Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 7 (1907), pp.165-84; N.S., 9 (1909), pp.1-23; N.S., 12 (1912), pp.86-98

Bracken, J., Brasses and Brass Rubbings (privately printed, 1986)

Bracken, J., The Most Noble Order of the Garter as Depicted on Monumental Brasses (privately printed, 1991)

Brindley, H. and Weatherly, W., Ancient Sepulchral Monuments (privately printed, 1887)

Briggs, N., ‘Chapter and Verse: Documentary Sources for the Study of Monumental Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.472-82

Briggs, N., ‘The other MBS Conference Cover’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 101 (January 2006), pp.5-6

Browne, E., ‘Ecclesiastical Head Dress’, Trans. St. Paul’s Ecclesiolog. Soc., 3 (1895), p.155

Brownsword, R., ‘Medieval metalwork: an analytical study of copper-alloy objects’, Historical Metallurgy, 38, pt.2 (2004), pp.84-105

Burgess, C., ‘Obligations and Strategy: Managing Memory in the Later Medieval Parish’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.4 (2012), pp.289-310

Burgess, F., English Churchyard Memorials (Lutterworth, 1963)

Busby, R., A Beginner's Guide to Brass Rubbing (London, 1969)

Busby, R., A Companion Guide to Brasses and Brass Rubbing (London, 1973)

Busby, R., The Monumental Brass Society: a Short History 1887-1897 (London, 1987)

Busby, R., ‘Rev Charles Boutell: further discoveries’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 90 (May 2002), p.614

Busby, R., ‘Brasses of the English Civil War: Two Case Studies’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.5 (2018), pp.445-56

Butler, L.A.S., ‘Medieval gravestones of Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire and the Soke of Peterborough’, Cambridge Antiq. Soc., 50 (1957), pp.89-100

Butler, L.A.S., ‘Some early northern grave covers: a reassessment’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 36 (1958), pp.207-20

Butler, L.A.S., ‘Minor medieval monumental sculpture in the east Midlands’, Archaeol. J., 121 (1964), pp.111-53

Butler, L.A.S., ‘Symbols on medieval memorials’, Arch. J., 144 (1987), pp.246-55

Butler, L.A.S., ‘Cistercian abbots’ tombs and abbey seals’, in Studies in Cistercian Art and Architecture 4, ed. M. Parsons Lillich, Cistercian Studies 134 (Kalamazoo, 1993), pp.78-88 and 243-250

Cairns, K.H., Brass Rubbings: a Pageant of History (Champaign, Ill., 1966)

Cambridge Camden Society, Illustrations of the Monumental Brasses of Great Britain (Cambridge, 1840-6)

Cameron, H.K., ‘Speakers of the House of Commons commemorated by Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.8 (1942), pp.331-41; 8, pt.1 (1943), p.23

Cameron, H.K., ‘The Metals used in Monumental Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass. Soc., 8, pt.4 (1946), pp.109-30

Cameron, H.K., ‘Monumental Brasses at Gerald Kerin Ltd.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.3 (1965), pp.195-203

Cameron, H.K., ‘Technical aspects of medieval monumental brasses’, Archaeol. J., 131 (1974), pp.215-37

Cameron, H.K., ‘Some Early Knights’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.2-10

Cameron, H.K., ‘Cambridge and the Study of Monumental Brasses’, 12, pt.3 (1977), pp.219-28

Cameron, H.K., ‘14th Century Flemish Brasses to Ecclesiastics in English Churches’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.1 (1980), pp.3-24

Cameron, H.K., ‘Flemish Brasses to Civilians in England’, Archaeol. J., 139 (1982), pp.420-40

Cameron, H.K., ‘Attributes of the Apostles on the Tournai school of brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13 (1983), pp.283-303

Cannan, F., ‘Some Petty Gentry and their Brasses 1450-1650’, J. Antique Metalwork Society, 13 (June 2005), pp.40-4

Catling, H. Notes on Brass Rubbing (with a list of some brasses in the Oxford region), Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, 1965; many other edns.)

Cave, C.J.P., ‘A Note on the Distribution of Monumental Brasses in England’, 3, pt.2 (1898), pp.109-11

Chapman, L., Church Memorial Brasses and Brass Rubbing (Princes Risborough, 1987)

Clark, A. ‘The Monumental Brass Society collection’, The Heslopian, No.1 (University of Birmingham Information Services, 2003), pp.14-16

Clark, H.O., ‘The relaying of brasses’, Norfolk Archaeol., 25, pt.1 (1933), p.163

Clayton, H.J., The Ornaments of the Ministers as shown on English Monumental Brasses, Alcuin Club Collections, 22 (London, 1919)

Clayton, M., Catalogue of Brasses and Brass Rubbings [in the Victoria and Albert Museum] (London, 1915; revised 1929; repr. London, 1968)

Coales, J. (ed.), The Earliest English Brasses (London, 1987)

Coales, J., ‘The drawings of Roger de Gaignières: loss and survival’, Church Monuments, 12 (1997), pp.14-34

Connor, A.B., ‘The Eighteenth Century Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.7 (1949), pp.299-300

Cook, M., Discovering Brasses and Brass Rubbing (Tring, 1971)

Council for Places of Worship, Monumental Brasses and Brass Rubbing (London 1973)

Craddock, P.T., ‘Some Analyses of Medieval Monumental Brasses’, Trans. Mon.Brass Soc., 16, pt.4 (2000-1), pp.315-26

Crossley, F., English Church Monuments (London, 1921)

Cutts, E.L., A Manual for the Study of Sepulchral Slabs and Crosses of the Middle Ages (London, 1849)

Davis, C., ‘Merchants Marks’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., 49 (1893), pp.45-54

Davis, C.T., ‘Zoology on Brasses, chiefly from Gloucestershire Examples’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 4, pt.2 (1900), pp.79-92

Davis, R.B. and Jean. A., ‘Monumental Brasses of British Physicians’, J. History of Medicine (July, 1973), pp.243-56

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘Some Unrecorded Inscriptions’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.3 (1945), pp.81-3

d’Elboux, R.H., ‘Testamentary brasses’, Antiq. J., 29 (1949), pp.183-91

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘External brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.4 (1946), pp.150-7; 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.208-19

D’Elboux, R.H, ‘A Palimpsest Inscription in Private Possession’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.198-9

Dennison, L., ‘French or Flemish?: A Fragment of a Pontifical Brass in the British Museum’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16 (2000-1), pp.327-48

Dingley, T., History from Marble, 2 vols., Camden Soc., First Series, 94, 97 (London, 1867-8)

Dobree, H.C.P., ‘Ecclesiastical Brasses, their classification, general features and peculiarities’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1 (1897-9), pp.86-98

Dowden, A., ‘Towards a Complete List of Known Heraldic Effigies’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 62 (February 1993), pp.42-5; 63 (June 1993), pp.57-64

Druitt, H., A Manual of Costume as Illustrated by Monumental Brasses (London, 1906; repr. Bath, 1970)

Druitt, H., ‘College Caps and Doctors Hats’, Archaeol. J., 66 (1904), p.33

Dryden, H.E.L., ‘On the Ancient method of Fixing Sepulchral Brasses’, Assoc. Architect. Soc. Reports and Papers, 11 (Dec. 1889), pp.89-93

Duffy, M., Royal Tombs of Medieval England (Stroud, 2003)

Dutton, B., ‘Latten: An Etymological Note’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.3 (1965), pp.167-8

Edleston, R.H., ‘Monumental Brasses’, Peterborough Nat. Hist., Scientific and Archaeol. Soc.59th and 60th Annual Reports for the years 1930 and 1931 (Peterborough, 1932), pp.44-8, pls.vii-xiii.

Edleston, R.H., ‘Incised monumental slabs parts I-IV’, Annual Reports of the Peterborough Nat. Hist., Scientific and Archaeol. Soc., 61-4 (Peterborough, 1934-7)

Edleston, R.H., ‘Monumental brasses and incised slabs’, Teesdale Record Soc., 5 (1939-40), pp.17-18

Edleston, R.H., Incised monumental slabs Part V (Barnard Castle, 1942)

Edleston, R.H., Incised monumental slabs Part VI (Darlington, 1943)

Edwards, L., ‘The Professional Costume of Lawyers illustrated chiefly by Monumental Brasses’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., 40 (1934), pp.135-54; Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.3 (1936), pp.97-108; 7, pt.4 (1937), pp.145-64; 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.243-5

Edwards, L., ‘William Morris as Brass-Rubber’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), p.210

Edwards, M., ‘Emblems on medieval cross-bearing grave-covers: some problems of interpretation’, Lancashire Archaeol. Bull., 6 (1981), pp.4-22

Edwards, M., ‘Emblems on medieval cross-bearing grave-covers: further discussion’, Lancashire Archaeol. Bull., 7 (1981), pp.54-9

Egan, B., ‘Monumental Brass Repairs’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.5 (1984), pp.445-56

Egan, B., ‘Conservation of Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.4 (1995), pp.387-92; 15, pt.5 (1996), pp.511-18; 16, pt.1 (1997), pp.73-5

Egan, B.S.H. and Stuchfield, M., The Repair of Monumental Brasses (Newport Pagnell, 1981) 

Emmerson, R., ‘Monumental brasses: London design c.1420-85’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assoc., 131 (1978), pp.50-78

Emmerson, R., ‘John Lorymer’s Stock: “marbylle stonys and laten wurke therto belonging”’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.4 (1983), pp.304-5

Emmerson, R. ‘Design for mass production: monumental brasses made in London ca. 1420-1485’, in Artistes, artisans et production artistique au Moyen-Age, ed. X. Barral I Altet, III, Fabrication et consommation de l’œuvre (Paris, 1990), pp.133-71

Esdaile, A.J.K., ‘The Sculptor and the Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.2 (1935), pp.49-56

Esdaile, A.J.K. and d’Elboux, R.H., ‘An alphabetical list of post-Reformation Brasses of Known Authorship’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.2 (1944), pp.37-56; 8, pt.4 (1946), pp.140-4

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Incised Slabs’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.219-21

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Brasses to Canons of Windsor’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), pp.259-60

Evans, H.F.O., ‘“Baronets” on Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.7 (1949), pp.313-14

Evans, H.F.O., ‘“Faces” on Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.205-6

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Latten Lecterns’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.7 (1960), pp.375-8

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Fixing of Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.58-62

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Two Little-known Holy Trinities’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.90-2

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Elephant on Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.3 (1965), pp.128-35

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Malicious Damage to Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.3 (1965), pp.186-91

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Tonsure on Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.1 (1969), pp.38-40

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Resurrection on Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.2 (1970), pp.88-101

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Penner and Inkhorn on Brasses and Incised Slabs’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.3 (1971), pp.128-35

Evans, H.F.O., ‘How to Catch a Tiger Cub’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.3 (1971), pp.171-2

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Holy Trinity on Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.3 (1982), pp.208-23

Fairbank, F.R., ‘Pardon Brasses’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.1 (1892), pp.9-11

Fawcett, J., Historic Floors; their History and Conservation (Oxford, 1998)

Field, H.E., ‘Note on an Impression of an Episcopal Brass (?)’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., p.343

Field, W.E., ‘The Resurrection, as represented in Monumental Brasses’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1, no.4 (1898), pp.130-7

Fiske, G., ‘Monumental Brasses and Brass Rubbing’, New York Churchman (16 February 1900)

Forster, W.C., ‘Monumental Brasses and the Evangelistic Symbols’, London Naturalist, 15 (1936), pp.55-60

Franklin, J., Brasses (London, 1970)

Freeth, S., ‘An English Brass in the Deutsches Klingenmuseum, Solingen, West Germany’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.2 (1987), pp.157-9

Freeth, S., ‘The Brasses of the British Museum: a Historical Survey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.4 (2000-1), pp.304-14 [this volume of Trans is devoted to the B.M.’s brasses]

Gadd, M.D., ‘English monumental brasses of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, with special reference to the process of their manufacture’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., 3, 2nd series (1937), pp.17-46

Gallagher, C.D.T., Brass Images, Medieval Lives (Laxington 1980)

Gawthorpe, T.J., Catalogue of Memorial Brasses Engraved by Gawthorpe (unpublished, but in V&A Art library, 1856)

Gawthorpe, T.J., Designs and Examples of Monumental Heraldic and memorial Brasses, drawn, wrought and engraved by T.J. Gawthorpe (privately printed, 1881)

Gawthorpe, T.J. and Gawthorpe, W.E., A Manual of Practical Instruction in the art of Brass Repousse for Amateurs (London, 1891; many subsequent eds.)

Gawthorpe, W.E. The Brasses of our Homeland Churches (London, 1923)

Gawthorpe, W.E., ‘Ancient and modern methods of engraving brasses’, Trans. St. Paul's Ecclesiolog. Soc., 9 (1922), pp.65-74

Gawthorpe, ‘Some remarks on Stones used for Ancient Brasses and Incised Slabs’, The Builder (16 February 1912), pp.186-8

Girling, F.A., English Merchants’ Marks: a field survey of marks made by merchants and tradesmen in England between 1400 and 1700 (London. 1962)

Gittings, C., Brasses and Brass Rubbing (London, 1970)

Gittings, C. and Gittings, R., The Graven Image (Oxford, 1993)

Goodall, J, ‘Epitaphs – a neglected aspect of brasses’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 6 (June 1974), pp.12-13

Goodall, J., Monumental Brasses and Incised Slabs, A Medieval Art, Exhibition catalogue (London, 1967)

Gough, R., Sepulchral Monuments in Great Britain, 2 vols. in 5 or 8 (London, 1786-96)

Gray, G.J., Index to the contents of the Cole Manuscripts in the British Museum (Cambridge, 1912; repr. 2003)

Greenhill, F.A., ‘A Note on the Almuce’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.208-10

Greenhill, F.A., Incised Effigial Slabs, 2 vols. (London, 1976)

Greenwood, R., ‘Haines’s Cambridge School of Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.1 (1969), pp.2-12; 12, pt.5 (1979), p.414

Haines, H., Treatise on Brasses (Oxford, 1845)

Haines, H., A Manual for the Study of Monumental Brasses (Oxford, 1848)

Haines, H., Manual of Monumental Brasses (London, 1861; repr. Bath, 1970)

Halls, S., ‘The Occurrence of Flemish Brasses in England’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2nd ser., 1 (1861), pp.346-7

Hamilton, H., The English Brass and Copper Industry to 1800 (London, 1926)

Harraden, G., ‘Brasses and Brass Rubbing’, Girls Own Paper (May 1893)

Harris, M., ‘Commemoration of the War Dead in the “Long Eighteenth Century”’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.5 (2018), pp.457-76

Harrison, S.E., ‘Monumental Brasses and Incised Slabs’, Teesdale Record Soc., 5 (1939-40), pp.17-18

Harley, D., Monumental Brasses: a topic worth studying (Leek, 1993)

Heseltine, P., Heraldry on Brasses: The Mill Stephenson Collection of Shields of Arms on British Brasses at the Society of Antiquaries (Godmanchester, 1994)

Heseltine, P., Modern Signed Brasses (privately printed, 1996)

Heseltine, P., Engravers of Monumental Brasses ([Godmanchester], 2001)

Heseltine, P., ‘Machine made brasses’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 99 (May 2005), pp.798-9

Heseltine, P., A bestiary of brasses (Loughborough, 2006)

Hollis, T. and G., Monumental Effigies of Great Britain (London, 1840)

Höltgen, K.J., ‘Richard Haydocke: Translator, Engraver, Physician’, The Library, 33 (1978), pp.15-32

Hutchins, P.F., Notes on Engraving Monumental Brasses (Birmingham, 1979)

Hutchinson, R., ‘Dr. Richard Haydocke, Brass Engraver and “Sleeping Preacher”’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.396-401

Hutchinson, R. (ed.), Drawings of Monumental Brasses and Incised Slabs by the Waller Brothers 1837-44, Mon. Brass Soc. Occasional Publication 2 (London, 2001)

Hutchinson, R., ‘A Pastime Fit for Victorian Ladies’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 92 (Jan. 2003), p.659

Hutchinson, R., ‘Tombs of Brasses are Spent: Reformation Reuse of Monumental Brasses’, in The Archaeology of Reformation 1480-1580, ed. D. Gaimster and R. Gilchrist (Leeds, 2003), pp.450-68

Hutchinson, R. and Egan, B., ‘History Writ in Brass: The Fermer Workshop 1546-1555’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.2 (1993), pp.142-83; 15, pt.3 (1994), pp.256-81; 15, pt.4 (1995), pp.355-73; 15, pt.5 (1996), pp.466-85; 16, pt.1 (1997), pp.56-72; 16, pt.2 (1998), pp.157-76; 16, pt.3 (1999), pp.241-66; 17, pt.1 (2003), pp.31-76

James, L., ‘The Cost and Distribution of Armour in the 14th Century’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.226-31

James, L, ‘Brasses and Medieval Piety’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.328-34

James, L., ‘York and Lancaster, a Study of collars’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.454-7

James, L., ‘Some Problem Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.458-60

James, L., ‘The Image of an Armed Man’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.53-66

Jenkins, C.K., ‘Beauty in Brass’, Apollo, 45 (August 1946), pp.32-4; 46 (November 1947), pp.118-20; 48 (November 1948), pp.113-15

Kent, J.P.C., ‘Monumental brasses: a new classification of military effigies c.1360-1485’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assoc., 3rd series 12 (1949), pp.70-97

King, P., ‘The English Cadaver Tomb in the late fifteenth century: some indications of a Lancastrian connection’, in Dies Illa: Death in the Middle Ages, ed. J.H.M. Taylor (Liverpool, 1984), pp.45-56

Kirby, H.T., ‘Lawrence of Arabia: Brass Rubber’, Apollo, 28 (July 1938), pp.18-19

Kuhlicke, F.W., ‘Merchant Marks and the Like: Their Origin and Use’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.2 (1952), pp.60-71

Lack, W., ‘Repairs to Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.4 (1983), pp.306-20; 13, pt.5 (1984), pp.430-44; 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.516-35; 14, pt.1 (1986), pp.50-67; 14, pt.2 (1987), pp.123-42; 14, pt.3 (1988), pp.217-33; 14, pt.4 (1989), pp.277-97; 14, pt.5 (1990), pp.413-33; 14, pt.6 (1991), pp.513-34; 15, pt.1 (1992), pp.54-69; 15, pt.2 (1993), pp.184-99; 15, pt.3 (1994), pp.287-302

Lack, W., ‘Conservation of Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.4 (1995), pp.374-86; 15, pt.5 (1996), pp.499-510; 16, pt.1 (1997), pp.76-91; 16, pt.2 (1998), pp.177-94; 16, pt.3 (1999), pp.270-82; 17, pt.1 (2003), pp.78-98; 17, pt.2 (2004), pp.144-75; 17, pt.3 (2005), pp.277-87; 17, pt.4 (2006), pp.395-408; 17, pt.5 (2007), pp. 486-97; 17, pt.6 (2008), pp. 579-604; 18, pt.1 (2009), pp. 70-6; 18, pt.2 (2010), pp.156-64; 18, pt.3 (2011), pp.268-72; 18, pt.4 (2012), pp.370-3; 18, pt.5 (2013), pp.495-503; 19, pt.1 (2014), pp.81-92; 19, pt.2 (2015), pp.164-74; 19, pt.3 (2016), pp.262-7; 19, pt.4 (2017), pp.370-8

Lack, William, and Nadin, Simon, ‘Conservation of Brasses, 2017-18’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 20 (2019), pp. 80-90

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., A Series of Monumental Brasses, Indents and Incised Slabs from the 13th to the 20th Century, 1, pt.1 (2000); 1, pt.2 (2001); 1, pt.3 (2002); 1, pt.4 (2003), 1, pt.5 (2004), 2, pt.1 (2005)2, pt.2 (2006); 3, pt.1 (2011); 3, pt.2 (2012); 3, pt.3 (2014); 3, pt.4 (2016); 3, pt.5 (2017)

Leach, R., An Investigation into the Use of Purbeck Marble in Medieval England, 2nd edn. (Hartlepool, 1978)

le Strange, R., A Complete Descriptive Guide to British Monumental Brasses (London, 1972)

Lewis, B., Through England on my Knees: a Brass Rubbing Odyssey (South Brunswick and New York, 1977)

Lewis, R.W.M., ‘The Early Days of our Society’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), pp.161-4

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘On brasses’, East Anglian Mag. (July 1935), pp.52-4

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘East Anglian Chalice Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.8 (1950), pp.356-65

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘Chalice brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.2 (1952), pp.76-9; 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.168-9

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘Chrysoms’, East Anglian Mag. (April, 1953), pp.335-6

Linnell, ‘Some Notes on Cotman’s “Brasses”’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.6 (1958), pp.329-30

Lutkin, J., ‘Laid to rest in a foreign land: brasses and tombs of England’s resident immigrants, 1330-1550’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 124 (Oct. 2013), pp.466-7

Macklin, H.W., Monumental Brasses (London, 1890; many subsequent editions)

Macklin, H.W., ‘The Value of Despoiled Slabs’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 2 (1900), pp.28-34

Macklin, H.W., The Brasses of England (London, 1907)

McQueen, P.I., ‘Towards a Bibliography of Monumental Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.249-53

McQueen, I., ‘Bibliographia’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.123-7

Mann, J.G., Monumental Brasses (Harmondsworth, 1957)

Mann, J., ‘The Nomenclature of Armour’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.8 (1961), pp.414-28

Manning, C.R., A List of Monumental Brasses remaining in England (London, 1846)

Marks, R., ‘Picturing word and text in the late medieval parish church’, in Image, text and church 1380-1600. Essays for Margaret Aston, ed. L. Clark, M. Jurkowski & C. Richmond, Papers in Medieval Studies 20 (Toronto, 2009), pp.162-99

Martyn, M., ‘English Monumental Brasses’, Country Life (16 January 1948), pp.130-1

Meara, D., ‘Francis Cooper: Artist, Craftsman and Brass Engraver, 1906-1980’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.2 (1981), pp.141-51

Meara, D., Victorian Memorial Brasses (London, 1983)

Meara, D., ‘Julian Phelps Allan, Sculptor and Brass Designer’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.5 (1984), pp.397-409

Meara, D., ‘Allan Gairdner Wyon, 1882-1962’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.5 (1990), pp.400-12

Meara, D., A.W.N. Pugin and the Revival of Memorial Brasses (London, 1991)

Meara, D., Modern Memorial Brasses, 1880-2001 (Donington, 2008)

Meara, D., ‘“Sorrow and Pride”: Commemorating the Anglo-Boer War in Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.5 (2018), pp.477-87

Monumental Brass Society, Monumental Brasses: The Portfolio Plates of the Monumental Brass Society 1894-1984, introduced by M.W. Norris (Woodbridge, 1988)

Morley, H.T., ‘Notes on Arabic Numerals in Medieval England’, Berkshire Archaeol. J., 50 (1947), pp.81-6 [incl. brasses]

Morris, R.K., Brass Rubbings: Catalogue for an Exhibition, University of Victoria (Victoria, B.C., 1970)

Nitz, M., Entstehung und Bedeutung der Englishen Messinggrabplatten (München, 1980)

Norris, M., ‘Medieval Trade in Monumental Brasses’, Geographical Mag., 28 (1956), pp.519-25

Norris, M., Brass Rubbing (London, 1965)

Norris, M., Monumental Brasses: The Memorials, 2 vols. (London, 1977)

Norris, M., Monumental Brasses: The Craft (London, 1978)

Norris, M. ‘Later Medieval Monumental Brasses: an Urban Funerary Industry and its Representation of Death’, in Death in Towns, ed. S. Bassett (Leicester, 1992), pp.170-83 and 248-51

Norris, N. and Kellett, M., Your Book of Brasses (London, 1974)

Norris, M. and Page-Phillips, J., Stolen Brasses (London, 1987)

Oliver, A., ‘Notes on English Monumental Brasses’, Salisbury Field Club Trans., 1 (1890), pp.57-76

Oliver, A., ‘The Brasses’, The Builder (22 November 1890)

Oliver, A., Notes on Flemish Brasses in England (St. Albans, 1899)

Oosterwijk, S., ‘Chrysoms, shrouds and infants: a question of terminology’, Church Monuments, 15 (2000), pp.44-64

Oosterwijk, S., ‘A Swithe Feire Graue: the Appearance of Children on Medieval English Tomb Monuments’, in R. Eales and S. Tyas, Family and Dynasty in Late Medieval England, ed. R. Eales and S. Tyas, Harlaxton Medieval Studies IX (Donington, 2003), pp.172-92

Oosterwijk, S., ‘The sodeyn vyolence of cruel dethe: Death and thedanse macabreon tomb monuments’, Association “Dansemacabre d’Europe” 11 Congres International d’etudes surles Danses macabre at l'art macabre en general, Rouen 1-5 October 2003 (Mesley-le-Grenet, 2003), pp.209-22

Oosterwijk, ‘Food for worms - food for thought: the appearance and interpretation of the “verminous” cadaver in Britain and Europe’, Church Monuments, 20 (2005), pp.40-80

Oosterwijk, S., ‘From biblical beast to Faithful Friend; a short note on the Iconography of Footrests on Tomb Monuments’, in Our Dogs, Our Selves: Dogs in Medieval and Early Modern Art, Architecture, and Society, ed. L.D. Gelfand (Leiden, 2016), pp.243-60

Oxford Journal of Monumental Brasses (1897-1914)

Oxford Portfolio of Monumental Brasses 1 (1899-1901); 2 (1950-5)

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Palimpsest in Private Possession’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.195-7

Page-Phillips, J., Macklin's Monumental Brasses (London, 1969)

Page-Phillips, J., Children on Brasses (Rugby, 1970)

Page-Phillips, J., Palimpsests: the Backs of Monumental Brasses, 2 vols. (London, 1980)

Page-Phillips, J., Monumental Brasses: a Sixteenth Century Workshop (London, 1999)

Pearson, R.H., ‘Brasses in Private Possession’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), pp.178-80

Plante, J., Trades and Occupations shown on rubbings of English Monumental Brasses from the 14th to the 18th century (London, 1976)

Porter, J.A., ‘Garter Brasses’, Antiquity, 4 (1886), pp.197-9

Pridgeon, E., ‘The function of St. Christopher imagery in medieval churches, c.1250 to c.1525: wall painting and brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.1 (2009), pp.2-24

Raven, R.A., ‘Brasses of Ecclesiastics in the Fourteenth Century’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 2 (1900), pp.116-35

Rex, R., ‘Monumental Brasses and the Reformation’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.5 (1990), pp.376-94

Rigold, S., ‘Petrology as an Aid to Classification of brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.285-6

Rodwell, W., The Archaeology of Churches (Stroud, 2005), esp. ‘Monuments and Tombstones’, pp.190-6

Rogers, N., ‘English Episcopal Monuments 1270-1350’, in The Earliest English Brasses, ed. J. Coales, Monumental Brass Society (London, 1987), pp.8-68

Rogers, N., ‘Monuments to monks and monastic servants’, in Monasteries and Society in Medieval England: Proceedings of the 1994 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. B. Thompson, Harlaxton Medieval Studies 6 (Stamford, 1999), pp.262-76

Rogers, N., ‘Et expecto resurrectionem mortuorum: Images and Texts relating to the Resurrection of the Dead and the Last Judgementon English Brasses and Incised Slabs’, in Prophecy, Apocalypse and the Day of Doom: Proceedings of the 2000 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. N. Morgan, Harlaxton Medieval Studies 12 (Donington, 2004), pp.342-55

Rogers, N., ‘Monumental brasses on stamps’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc.100 (September, 2005), pp.812-14

Sadler, A.G. The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86)

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘Some remarks upon merchants' marks in connection with monumental brasses’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 1 (1888), pp.10-13

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘On the SS collar & others’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 1 (1890), pp.6-11

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘The Family of Peckham’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.1 (1892), pp.12-14

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘Merchants Marks’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1 (1897), pp.30-41

Saul, N., Death, Art and Memory in Medieval England: the Cobham Family and their Monuments, 1300-1500 (Oxford, 2001)

Saul, N., ‘Bold as Brass: Secular Display in English Medieval Brasses’, in Heraldry, Pageantry and Social Display in Medieval England, ed. P. Coss and M. Keen (Woodbridge, 2002), pp.169-94.

Saul, N., ‘Parchment and Tombstones: Documents and the Study of English Medieval Monumental Sculpture’, Archives, 27 (2002), pp.97-109

Saul, N., ‘The Bulletin: Thirty Years On’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 91 (September 2002), pp.623-6

Saul, N., ‘The Wool Merchants and their Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.4 (2006), pp.315-35

Saul, N., English Church Monuments in the Middle Ages (Oxford, 2009)

Saul, N., ‘Commemoration of the War Dead in Late Medieval England’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.5 (2018), pp.383-415

Saul, Nigel, ‘Insignia and Status: Banners on Brasses in England in the Late Middle Ages’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 20 (2019), pp. 1-31

Simpson, J., A List of the Sepulchral Brasses of England (Stamford, 1857)

Skinner, M.K., How to Make Rubbings (London, 1973)

Smith, C.W., ‘Carving a slate ledgerstone’, Church Monuments Newsletter, 21 no.2 (Winter 2005/6), pp.11-13

Smith, L, ‘The Egan Archive; Brass Repair and Conservation 1966-99’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc. 93 (May 2003), pp.675-7

Soyres, B. de, ‘History and Particulars of the Brass Battery Process’, Trans. Newcomen Soc., 28 (1951), pp.131-5

Spence, C., ‘A Paper on the Sepulchral Brasses of the Middle Ages’, Trans. Exeter Diocesan Architec. Soc., 3 (1849), pp.24-38

Spinks, W., A Memento from Old England (Bury St. Edmunds, 1977)

Stephenson, M., ‘A List of Palimpsest Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 4, pt.1 (1900), pp.1-31; 4, pt.3 (1901), pp.97-135; 4, pt.4 (1901), pp.141-64; 4, pt.5 (1902), pp.189-211; 4, pt.6 (1902), pp.219-45; 4, pt.7 (1903), pp.251-88; 4, pt.8 (1903), pp.293-335; 5, pt.1 (1904), p.19; 5, pt.4 (1905), pp.77-90; 5, pt.8 (1908), pp.215-35; 6, pt.2 (1910), pp.75-85; 6, pt.6 (1912), pp.224-51

Stephenson, M., A List of Palimpsest Brasses in Great Britain (London, 1903)

Stephenson, M., ‘A Note on an Enamelled Shield bearing the arms of Barton’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.1 (1910), pp.43-4

Stephenson, M., A List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles (London, 1926; Appendix 1938; repr. London, 1964)

Stone, L., Sculpture in Britain: The Middle Ages (Harmondsworth, 1955; 2nd edn. London, 1972)

Stuchfield, M., ‘Serial Theft of Brasses’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 91 (September 2002), pp.631-5

Stuchfield, M., ‘Time, thieves, extremists and vandals’, in Churches Conservation Trust Annual Review (2003-4), pp.20-5

Styan, K., History of Sepulchral Cross Slabs (London, 1972)

Suffling, E.R., English Church Brasses (London, 1910; repr. Bath, 1970)

Thomson, G., ‘Lettering on Small Brass Plates 1600-1850’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.5 (2013), pp.467-89

Torr, V.J.B., ‘A Chronological List of Early Male Civilians’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.240-2

Torr, V.J.B., ‘A Chronological List of Priests in Cassock’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), p.265

Torr, V.J., ‘A guide to Craven Ord’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.2 (1952), pp.80-91; 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.133-45

Torr, V.J., ‘Re-Dating and Other Notes’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), pp.9-12

Torr, V.J., ‘Et Reliqua’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.240-3

Torr, V.J., ‘Unrecorded Items, Ancient and Modern’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.299-302

Transactions of the Cambridge University Association of Brass Collectors (later became the MBS)

Trivick, H., The Craft and Design of Monumental Brasses (London, 1969)

Trivick, H., The Picture Book of Brasses in Gilt (London, 1971)

Waller, J.G. and L.A.B., A Series of Monumental Brasses from the 13th to the 16th Century (London, 1864, repr. London, 1975, with corrections and additions by J.A. Goodall)

Ward, J.S.M., Brasses (Cambridge 1912)

Ward, J.S.M., ‘Architectural detail in brasses’, The Builder (19 January 1912), pp.69-71; (16 February 1912), pp.183-5; (13 December 1912), pp.711-12

Weever, J., Ancient Funeral Monuments (London, 1631; 2nd edn., 1767)

Whittemore, P., ‘A brass plate commemorating the defeat of the Gunpowder Plot’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.549-51

Whittemore, P., ‘Waller Fecit, London’, Church Monuments, 16 (2001), pp.79-125

Whittemore, P., ‘Sir William Dugdale’s Book of Draughts’, Church Monuments, 18 (2003), pp.23-52

Whittemore, P., ‘Murdered by Greek Brigands: The Sad Story of Frederick Vyner’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.2 (2010), pp.151-5

Whittemore, P., ‘John Green Waller, 1813-2013’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 124 (October 2013), p.476.

Wickham Legg, L.G. (ed.), ‘A relation of a Short Survey of the Western Counties made by a Lieutenant [Hammond] of the Military Company in Norwich in 1635’, Camden Miscellany 16 (London, 1936)

Willatts, R., ‘Echoes of the Great War in Midlands churches’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 139 (2018), pp.772-3

Wilson, C.P.H., ‘Brasses to the Families of Eyre and Peyton’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.465-6

Wilson, C.P.H., ‘Monumental Brasses and the Gunpowder Plot’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.268-78

Wood, E., Brass and other Rubbings (Newton Abbot, 1978)

Woodcock, T., ‘Monumental Brass Society: Grant of Arms and Crest’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.5 (2013), pp.386-7

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United Kingdom Individual Counties A - D

Bedfordshire

Addington, H., ‘Monumental brasses in Bedfordshire churches’, Archaeol. J., 90 (1893), p.303

Acworth, M.W., ‘A misleading brass, that of John Howorth in St. Mary's, Luton, Bedfordshire’, Bedfordshire Magazine, 4, no.29 (1954), pp.203-4

Addington, H., ‘The Monumental brasses of Bedfordshire’, Associated Architec. Socs. Reports and Papers, 18 (1883), pp.77-92

Bagshaw, T.W., ‘Two inscribed stones in St. Peter's church, Dunstable’, Antiq. J., 12, (1936), pp.175-6

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Bedfordshire', Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 10 (1994-5), p.35; 12 (1996-7), p.53

Blaydes, F.A., ‘Tilsworth’, Bedfordshire Notes and Queries, 1 (1886), p.3

Bloxam, M.H., ‘On the incised brass effigy in Elstow church of Elizabeth Hervey, Abbess of Elstow’, Bedfordshire Architec. and Archaeol. Soc., 7 (1864), pp.127-31

Cartlidge, N., ‘A Debate with Death: John Rudyng’s Brass in St. Andrew’s Church, Biggleswade’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.2 (2015), pp.94-100

Cockerham, P., ‘The Butlers at Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire’, Butler Journal; The Journal of the Butler Society, 4, no.3 (2003), pp.461-5

Dowden, A., ‘The Wives of Sir William Gascoigne of Cardington, Beds.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.145-52

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Cople, Beds.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.8 (1950), pp.366-7

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Eaton Bray, Beds.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.246-50

Fisher, T., Monumental Remains in Bedfordshire (London, 1828)

Fisher, T., Collections Historical, Genealogical and Topographical for Bedfordshire (London, 1812-36)

Franks, A.W., ‘Monumental Brasses of Bedfordshire’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., N.S.6 (1875), pp.310-13

Griffin, R., ‘A Brass once in Biggleswade Church’, Antiq. J., 16 (1936), pp.284-90; repr. in Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), pp.251-8

Harvey, M.W., The History and Antiquities of the Hundred of Willey in the County of Bedford (London, 1872-8)

Isherwood, G., Monumental Brasses in the Bedfordshire Churches (London, 1906)

Kuhlicke, F.W., ‘The Waller Brasses in St. Paul’s, Bedford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.8 (1942), pp.355-6

Kuhlicke, F.W., ‘The Brasses at Barton, Beds.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.3 (1945), pp.96-8

Kuhlicke, F.W., ‘Notes on some Bedfordshire Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.4 (1946), pp.139-40

Kuhlicke, F.W., ‘The Calt Indent at St. Paul’s, Bedford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), pp.184-5

Kuhlicke, F.W., ‘The Rudyng Brass, Biggleswade’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.284-5

Kuhlicke, F.W., ‘The Harper Brass in St. Paul’s, Bedford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.68-74

Kuhlicke, F.W., ‘The Gascoigne Brasses at Cardington, Beds.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.3 (1971), pp.173-9

Kuhlicke, F.W., ‘A palimpsest brass at Cople’, Bedfordshire Archaeol. J., 7 (1972), pp.87-8

Kuhlicke, F.W., ‘A Bedfordshire Armorial LXXXIV Sir Robert de Billesmore or Bilkemore of Gravenhurst and Pulloxhill’, Bedfordshire Mag., 14, no.106 (1973), pp.71-4

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Bedfordshire (London, 1992)

Manning, C.R. ‘Matrix of a Brass in St. Paul’s Bedford’, Bedfordshire Notes and Queries, 6 (1881), pp.145-6

Meachaen, C.I., Monumental Brasses in St. Mary’s Church, Luton (Luton, 1972)

Moor, J., ‘Three Bedfordshire brasses’, Bedfordshire Mag., 24, no.188 (1994), pp.163-7

Rawlins, M., and Egan, B., ‘The Repair of an Achievement at Turvey, Beds.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.437-8

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘The Saunders’ Brasses at Pottesgrove, Beds., and Wavenden, Bucks.’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.1 (1892), pp.6-9

Sanderson, H.K. St. J., ‘The Brasses of Bedfordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.2 (1893), pp.33-45; 2, pt.3 (1894), pp.74-90; 2, pt.4 (1894), pp.117-33; 2, pt.5 (1895), pp.153-74; 2, pt.6 (1895), pp.193-213; 2, pt.7 (1896), pp.275-91; 3, pt.1 (1897), pp.31-41

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘Additional Note on the Brasses in St. Paul’s Church, Bedford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 4, pt.5 (1902), p.212

Sparvel-Bayly, J.A., ‘Monumental Brasses of Bedfordshire’, Bedfordshire Notes and Queries, 13 (1893), pp.65-73

Worthington Smith, J., ‘Note [on Dunstable]’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 21 (1905-7), pp.314-16

Berkshire

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Berkshire’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 10 (1994-5), p.35; 12 (1996), pp.25-6; 12 (1996-7), p.53; 15 (1999-2000), p.46

Bertram, J., ‘A Regency Collection of Brass Rubbings’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12 (1975), pp.90-100

Bertram, J., ‘Serendipity’ [St. George’s Chapel, Windsor], Bull. Mon. Brass. Soc., 92 (January 2003), pp.654-5

Bond, S., The Monuments of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle (Windsor, 1958)

Clarke, W., Parochial Topography of the Hundred of Wanting (Oxford, 1824)

Cole, A.C., ‘The Brass at Wytham, Co. Berks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.172-83

Dunlop, J.R., ‘Brasses commemorative of the Fettiplace Family’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.3 (1911), pp.95-119; 6, pt.9 (1914), pp.399-420

Egan, B.S.H., and Hutchinson, R., ‘A Palimpsest Find at Blewbury, Berks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.413-26

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Brasses to Canons of Windsor’, Oxon. Archaeol. Soc. Reports, 82 (1937), pp.21-2; Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7 (1939), pp.259-60

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Aldermaston, Berks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.8 (1961), pp.460-2

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Restoration Work at Cumnor, Berks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.455-8

Field, H.E., ‘Brasses of Canons of Windsor’, Antiquary, 15 (May, 1887), pp.212-14

Field, J.E., ‘Brasses at North Moreton, Berkshire’, Oxford J. Mon. Brasses, 2, no.3 (1912), pp.135-7

Franks, A.W., ‘Monumental Brasses of Berkshire’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., N.S.6 (1875), pp.321-3

Gawthorp, W.E., ‘Denchworth, Berkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), p.165

Greenhill, F.A., ‘The Date of the Wytham Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), p.286

Hewett, C., History and Antiquities of the Hundred of Compton, Berkshire (Reading, 1844)

Hope, W.H. St. John, ‘Palimpsest stall plates of Knights of the Garter at Windsor’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., N.S.18 (1902), pp.148-51

Kemp, B., The Monuments in Hurst Church, Berkshire (Hurst, 1984)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Berkshire (London, 1993)

Lack, W., and Whittemore, P., ‘Three Notes. 1. South Moreton, Berkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.3 (1994), pp.249-51

Lamborn, E.A.G., ‘The Mordaunt Shield at Marcham’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.251-9

Miller, C., ‘Four monumental brasses in St. George's Chapel [Windsor]’, Report Soc. Friends of St. George, 6 (1979-80), pp.23-6

Morley, T.H., The Monumental Brasses of Berkshire (Reading, 1924)

Morley, T.H., ‘Lettering on some Monumental Brasses of Berkshire’, Berkshire Archaeolog. J., 48 (1944), pp.43-6

Morley. H.T., ‘Shroud brasses of Berkshire’, Berkshire Archaeol. J., 33 (1929), pp.34-9

Oliver, A., ‘Note on the Brass to Robert Honywode, 1522, in St. George’s Chapel, Windsor’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.5 (1906), pp.111-12

Oliver, A., ‘Notes on the Brasses of Berkshire’, J. British Archaeol. Assn., 12 (1906), pp.12-17

Relton, H.E., Sketches of Churches, with Short Descriptions (London, 1843)

Saul, N., ‘Shottesbrooke Church: a study in knightly patronage’, in Windsor: Medieval Archaeology, Art and Architecture of the Thames Valley, ed. L. Keen and E. Scarff, BAA Conference Transactions 25 (Leeds, 2002), pp.264-81

Smith, J.C., ‘Notes on the Brasses and Effigies at Burghfield, Berkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.6 (1912), pp.217-23

Stephenson, M., ‘Brasses at Aldermaston, Berks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.1 (1897), pp.41-4

Stephenson. M., ‘The lost brasses from Warfield, Berkshire’, Home Counties Mag., 1 (1899), p.100

Wareing, T., ‘Bright Waltham, Berks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.7 (1896), p.300

Watteville, H.G., ‘The Monumental Brasses of the Chapel of St. George in Windsor Castle’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 2 (1900), pp.137-53

Buckinghamshire

Ashmole, E., History and Antiquities of Buckinghamshire (Reading, 1736)

Badham, S., and Blair, J., ‘Some lost Buckinghamshire Brasses Recorded by Browne Willis’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.1 (1980), pp.25-9

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Buckinghamshire’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 10 (1994-5), pp.35-6; 12 (1996), p.26

Baker, A., ‘Upton church and the Bulstrode Brass’, Records of Buckinghamshire, 42 (2002), pp.103-17

Bennett, J.E.G., ‘A lost Chalfont St. Peter memorial brass’, Records of Buckinghamshire, 17 (1963), pp.189-91

Coales, J., ‘A Palimpsest Discovery at Chicheley, Bucks’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.8 (1961), pp.438-46

Coales, J., ‘Two Discoveries at Astwood, Bucks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.185-9

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Penn, Bucks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.279-81

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Brasses at Penn and Edlesborough’, Records of Bucks., 16 (1955-6), pp.106-9

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Edlesborough, Bucks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.6 (1958), pp.304-9

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Note on “Rose” Brass to John Killingworth, 1412 (M.S.II)’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.6 (1958), pp.309-10

Evans, H.F.O., and Cole, A.C., ‘The Pygott Brass at Whaddon, Bucks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.1 (1952), pp.1-8

Franks, A.W., ‘Monumental Brasses of Buckinghamshire’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., N.S., 6 (1875), pp.332-4

Harris, Mike, ‘Chesham Bois: a hidden connection between LSW.IV and V’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 141 (2019), pp. 816-817.

Harwood, T.E., ‘The Monumental Brasses, Past and Present, in Eton College Chapel’, Oxford J. Mon. Brasses, 2 (1900), pp.11-28, 68-85

Hemp, W.J., ‘The Dormer Tombs at Wing, Bucks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.2 (1910), pp.59-74

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Buckinghamshire (London, 1994)

Lack, W., and Whittemore, P., ‘Three Notes. 3. The Hampdyn Brass at Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.3 (1994), pp.254-5

Lamborn, E.A.G., ‘Chearsley, Bucks’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), pp.185-7

Lamborn, E.A.G., ‘The Ingylton Tomb at Thornton, Bucks’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), pp.186-91

Langley, T., The History and Antiquities of the Hundred of Desborough and Deanery of Wycombe in Buckinghamshire (London, 1797)

Lipscomb, G., The History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham, 4 vols. (London, 1847)

Manning, P. ‘Palimpsest brasses from Quarrendon, Buckinghamshire, and Stanton St. John, Oxfordshire’, Oxford J. Mon. Brasses, 2 (1912), pp.135-53

Norris, M., ‘Palimpsest Finds at Middle Claydon, Bucks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.463-7

Ratcliff, O., History and Antiquities of the Newport Pagnell Hundreds (Olney, 1900)

Rawlins, M., and Egan, B., ‘A Non-Figure “Fermour” Brass at Chilton, Bucks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.105-13

Rawlins, M., and Egan, B., ‘Repairs at Over Winchendon, Bucks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.155-8

Rouse, E.C., ‘Restoration of the Ingylton Tomb at Thornton, Bucks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.7 (1949), pp.316-19

Rutter, D.C., ‘A Palimpsest at Little Missenden, Bucks’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.1 (1943), pp.34-6

Rutter, D.C., ‘Palimpsest Brasses at Dinton, Buckinghamshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.270-88

Rutter, D.C., ‘Palimpsest brasses at Dinton, Buckinghamshire’, Records of Buckinghamshire, 15 (1949), pp.153-65

Rutter, D.C., ‘Palimpsest Brasses at Great Hampden, Buckinghamshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt. 1 (1952), pp.17-26

Rutter, D.C., ‘A Find of Palimpsests at Halton, Bucks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.251-64

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘The Saunders’ Brasses at Pottesgrove, Beds., and Wavenden, Bucks.’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.1 (1892), pp.6-9

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘Note on the Brasses in some Buckinghamshire Churches’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.3 (1898), pp.115-18; 4, pt.1 (1900), pp.31-6; 4, pt.4 (1901), pp.165-76; 4, pt.6 (1902), pp.246-9

Sheahan, J., History and Topography of Buckinghamshire (London, 1862)

Squire, W.B., ‘The Arms of Henry Bost, Provost of Eton, 1477-8 to 1502-3’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2nd Ser., 17 (1897-99), pp.301-4

Stephenson, M., ‘Discovery of the Brass of Roger Dynham (1490)’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.8 (1897), pp.337-8

Stephenson, M., ‘Monumental Brasses formerly in Great Marlow Church’, Records of Bucks., 8 (1902), pp.446-56

Stephenson, M., ‘Monumental Brasses formerly in Great Marlow Church’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.5 (1906), pp.112-25

Torr, V.J.B., ‘A Recently Discovered Brass at Pitstone, Bucks’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.3 (1936), pp.116-20

Willis, B., History and Antiquities of the Town, Hundred and Deanery of Buckingham (London, 1755)

Cambridgeshire

Ackermann, R., A History of the University of Cambridge, its Colleges, Halls and Public Buildings, 2 vols. (London, 1815)

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Cambridgeshire’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 10 (1994-5), p.36; 12 (1996), p.26; 15 (1999-2000), p.46

Benton, G.M., ‘Monumental Brasses of Cambridgeshire’, in Conybeare, E., Rides around Cambridge, 3rd edn. (Cambridge, 1920), pp.113-26

Benton, G.M., ‘A Brass, formerly in Cherry Hinton Church, Cambridgeshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), pp.177-9

Birch, C.G.R., ‘Note on the Brass of Dr Walter Hewke, Trinity Hall, Cambridge’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.6 (1895), pp.223-4

Blomefield, F., Collectanea Cantabrigiensia (Norwich, 1750)

Boissier, G.R., Notes on the Cambridgeshire Churches (London, 1827)

Breeze, A., ‘“A Duw yn y blaen”’, Bull. Board of Celtic Studies, 38 (1991), p.98

Bushell, W.D., The Church of St. Mary the Great: the University Church at Cambridge (Cambridge, 1922)

Butler, L.A.S., ‘Medieval gravestones of Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire and the Soke of Peterborough’, Cambridge Antiq. Soc., 50 (1957), pp.89-100

Cambridge Camden Soc., Churches of Cambridgeshire and the Isle of Ely (Cambridge, 1846)

Carter, E., The History of the County of Cambridge (Cambridge, 1753; 2nd edn., London, 1819)

Cave, C.J.P., Charlton, C.J. and Macalister, R.A.S., ‘The Brasses of Cambridgeshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.5 (1895), pp.174-9; 2, pt.7 (1896), pp.237-75; 2, pt.8 (1897), pp.307-14; 3, pt.1 (1897), pp.2-30; 3, pt.2 (1898), pp.88-106; 4, pt.2 (1900), pp.60-78; 4, pt.4 (1901), pp.176-82; 5, pt.1 (1904), pp.8-16; 5, pt.2 (1904), pp.39-48

Clare, F.C., ‘Indents at Whaddon, Cambs.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.8 (1950), pp.349-52

Cockerham, P., ‘A Lost Tomb from St. John’s College, Cambridge’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.4 (1989), pp.268-72

Cole, A.C., ‘Indents at Meldreth, Cambs.: An Etymological Footnote’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.146-7

Cooper, C.H. and Cooper, T., Athenae Cantabrigensis, 3 vols. (Cambridge, 1858-1913)

Cooper, C.H., Memorials of Cambridge, 3 vols. (Cambridge, 1860-66)

Cooper, T. (ed.), The Journal of William Dowsing (Woodbridge, 2001)

Daunton, C.G., and New, E.A., ‘Patrons and Benefactors: The Masters of Trinity Hall in the Later Middle Ages’, in Commemoration in Medieval Cambridge, ed. J.S. Lee and C. Steer (Woodbridge, 2018), pp.61-89

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘Indents at Meldreth, Cambridgeshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.1 (1952), pp.9-11

Evelyn-White, C.H., Cambridgeshire and the Isle of Ely, County churches series (London, 1911)

Franks, A.W., ‘The Genealogical History of the Freville family, with some account of their monuments in Little Shelford Church, Cambridgeshire’, Publications of the Cambridge Antiq. Soc., Quarto Series, 2 (Cambridge, 1848), pp.21-9, pls.VI-VIII

Franks, A.W., ‘Monumental Brasses of Cambridgeshire’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2nd Ser., 6 (1875), pp.452-7

Franks, A.W., ‘On palimpsest sepulchral brasses and more especially on an instance in Burwell Church, Cambridgeshire’, Camb. Antiq. Soc. Misc. Comms., 2 (1848), pp.1-6

Girard, W.N.C., ‘John Blodwell, Rector of Balsham’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.2 (1993), pp.119-36

Greenhill, F.A., ‘A Palimpsest at Christ’s College, Cambridge’. Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.1 (1969), p.41

Griffin, R., A Monumental Brass once at Little Shelford Church, Cambridge (Cambridge, 1929)

Heseltine, P., ‘An Alternative Date for the Brass of Dean Umphrey Tyndall 1614, Ely Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.169-73

Heseltine, P.J., ‘A Lost Brass from Isleham, Cambridgeshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.3 (1977), pp.256-7

Heseltine, P., The Figure Brasses of Cambridgeshire (St. Neots, 1981)

Hill, A.G., Architectural and Historical Notes of the Churches of Cambridgeshire (London, 1880)

Jones, P., ‘The Provost as Alchemist’ [Argentein brass, Kings. College], King's Parade (Autumn 2002), reproduced in Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 93 (May 2003), pp.672-3

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Cambridgeshire (London, 1995)

Lack, W., and Whittemore, P., ‘Grantchester and Brinkley: Two Lost Brasses Identified’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc.,16, pt.4 (2000-2001), pp.370-7

Lamp , R., ‘The Inscriptions of the Blodwell Brass at Balsham, Cambridgeshire’, Trans.Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.3 (2011), pp.212-26

Madan and W.M. Palmer, Notes on Bodleian manuscripts relating to Cambridge, Cambridge Antiq. Soc. Octavo Publications, 52 (Cambridge, 1931)

Manning, C.R., ‘Monuments of the de Burgh and Ingoldsthorpe Families in Burgh Green Church, Cambridgeshire’, Archaeol. J., 34 (1877), pp.121-9

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Palimpsest at Milton, near Cambridge’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), pp.16-18

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Palimpsest at Isleham, Cambridgeshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.291-9

Palmer, W.M., Monumental Inscriptions and Coats of Arms from Cambridgeshire (Cambridge, 1932)

Parsons, C.E., All Saints Church, Horseheath (Cambridge, 1911)

Powell, S., ‘Cambridge Commemorations of Lady Margaret Beaufort’s Household’, in Commemoration in Medieval Cambridge, ed. J.S. Lee and C. Steer (Woodbridge, 2018), pp.123-51

Rogers, N., ‘Cambridgeshire Brasses’, in Cambridgeshire Churches, ed. C. Hicks (Stamford, 1998), pp.303-19

Rogers, N., ‘Dedication of Westminster College Chapel, Cambridge in 1919’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 131 (2016), p.610

Rogers, N., ‘“The Stones are all disrobed”: Reasons for the Presence and Absence of Monumental Brasses in Cambridge’, in Commemoration in Medieval Cambridge, ed. J.S. Lee and C. Steer (Woodbridge, 2018), pp.152-64

Ruck, G.A.E., ‘Monumental Brasses, with special reference to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society’s Collection’, Cambridge Antiq. Soc., 38 (1938), pp.50-9

Ruck, G.A.E., ‘Centenary of a Collection: an Account of the University Collection of Rubbings in the Museum of Archæology and Ethnology, Downing Street, Cambridge’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.220-33

Saul, N., ‘The brass of Sir William d’Audley at Horseheath, Cambridgeshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.1 (2009), pp.43-52

Spittle, S.D.T., ‘The Trumpington brass’, Archaeol. J., 127 (1970), pp.223-7

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

Wilson, J.L., ‘The Cotton Monuments at Landwade’, Church Monuments, 29 (2014), pp.22-39

Wright, T. and Jones, H.L., [Le Keux’s] Memorials of Cambridge, 2 vols. (London, 1847)

Cheshire

Angus-Butterworth, L.M., ‘The monumental brasses of Cheshire’, Trans. Lancashire and Cheshire Antiq. Soc., 60 (1940), pp.81-106

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Cheshire’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter 10 (1994-5), p.36; 12 (1996), p.26

Christopher, M.G., ‘Five Cheshire Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc. 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.56-7

Earwaker, J.P., East Cheshire, 2 vols. (London, 1877-80)

Franks, A.W., ‘Monumental Brasses of Cheshire, Cornwall and Cumberland’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2nd Ser. 7 (1876), pp.21-4

Glynne, S.R., ‘Notes on the Churches of Cheshire’, Trans. Chetham Soc., N.S., 32 (1894), pp.23-140

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Cheshire (London, 1996)

Ormerod, G., The History of the County Palatinate and City of Chester (London, 1819; 2nd edn., revised and enlarged by T. Helsby, 1882)

Richards, R., Old Cheshire Churches: a survey of their history, fabric and furniture, with records of the older monuments (London, 1947)

Thornely, J.L., Monumental Brasses of Lancashire and Cheshire (Hull, 1893; repr. Wakefield, 1975)

Waller, J.G., ‘Monumental brasses in Cheshire and Lancashire’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., 5 (1850), pp.263-5

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

Cornwall

Akerman, J.Y., ‘Memorandum on a Brass in Quethioc Church in Cornwall’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., N.S., 4 (1859), pp.71-3

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Cornwall’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter, 10 (1994-5), p.37; 12 (1996-7), p.53; 15 (1999-2000), p.46; 16 (2000-1), p.17

Bizley, A.C., ‘The Slate Monuments of Cornwall’, Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society Annual Report (1957), pp.41-6

Bizley, A., The Slate Figures of Cornwall (Perranporth, 1965)

Bizley, A.C., ‘The Grylls Monument at Lanreath’, J. Royal Institution of Cornwall, N.S., 7 (1975-6), pp.211-19

Blight, J.T., Churches of West Cornwall (Oxford and London, 1865; 2nd edn. 1885)

Borlase, W.C., The Descent, Name and Arms of Borlase in the County of Cornwall (Exeter, 1888)

Brown, E. and Everard, E., ‘The Cornish Engraver’, Architectural Review, 95 (1944), pp.98-105

Cockerham, P., ‘An Incised Effigial Slab at Helland, Cornwall: Evidence for a Bodmin workshop?’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.4 (1995), pp.321-38

Cockerham, P., ‘The early Treffry monuments at Fowey: a reappraisal’, Church Monuments, 10 (1995), pp.20-36

Cockerham, P., ‘“On my grave a marble stone”: Early Modern Cornish Memorialization’, Cornish Studies, 8 (2000), pp.9-39

Cockerham, P., ‘Relocating: the 18th century way’ [St Mellion], Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 92 (January 2003), pp.660-2

Cockerham, P., Continuity and change: memorialisation and the Cornish funeral monument industry 1497-1660, BAR British Series 412 (Oxford, 2006)

Cockerham, P., and Orme, N., ‘John Waryn and his Cadaver Brass, formerly in Menheniot Church, Cornwall’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.1 (2014), pp.41-56

Cox, J.C. Cornwall, County churches series (London, 1912)

Drew, S. and Hitchins, E.H.W., The History of Cornwall (Helston, 1824)

Dunkin, E.H.W., The Monumental Brasses of Cornwall (London, 1882; repr. Bath 1970)

Franks, A.W., ‘Monumental Brasses of Cheshire, Cornwall and Cumberland’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2nd Ser., 7 (1876), pp.21-4

Gilbert, C.S., An Historical Survey of the County of Cornwall, 2 vols. (Plymouth-Dock, 1817-20)

Henderson, C., The Cornish Church Guide (Truro, 1928)

Iago, W., ‘Cardinham, its inscribed stones and other antiquities’, J. Royal Inst. Cornwall, 5 (1877), pp.358-65

Jago, F.V., ‘Some Observations on a Monumental Inscription in the Parish Church of Landulph, Cornwall’, Archaeologia, 18 (1817), pp.83-104.

Jewers, A.J., Heraldic Church Notes from Cornwall (London, 1886)

Keast, J., and Keast, R. Cornish Epitaphs (Redruth, 1981-)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Cornwall (London, 1997)

Lamborn, E.A.G., ‘The Arms of Elizabeth, Second Wife of Sir John Arundell’ [Mawgan-in-Pyder], Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.8 (1942), p.357

Maclean, J., History of the Deanery of Trigg Minor, 3 vols. (London and Bodmin, 1868-71)

Norris, M., ‘Palimpsests at Crowan, Cornwall’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.211-16

Norris, M. and L., ‘A Discovery of Palimpsests at Wendron, Cornwall’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.42-5

Okasha, E., Corpus of Early Christian Inscribed Stones of South-west Britain (Leicester, 1993)

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Palimpsest Discovery at St. Mellion, Cornwall’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.407-12

Polsue, J., Complete Parochial History of the County of Cornwall, 4 vols. (Truro, 1867-72)

Polwhele, R., History of Cornwall, 7 vols. (London, 1803-16; repr. Dorking, 1978)

Rowse, A.L., ‘The Slate Figures of Cornwall’, History Today, 16 (1966), pp.825-31

Sadler, A.G., The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86): Cornwall, Devon and Somerset (1975); Cornwall, Devon and Somerset Appendix (1980)

Saul, N., ‘The brass of John Killigrew, esquire, at Budock, Cornwall: some new evidence’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 136 (October 2017), pp.708-9

Simpson, W.J.S., ‘Monumental Brasses in Cornwall’, Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries, 11 (1855), p.220 [check pp. nos.]

Stephenson, M. and Pearson, R.H., ‘Brasses to the Arundell Family at Mawgan-in-Pyder, Cornwall', Antiq. J., 19 (1939), pp.125-46; repr. in Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.7 (1940), pp.303-21

Waller, J.G., ‘On a monumental brass from Constantine church, Cornwall’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 1 (1859), pp.220-33

Whetter, J., Cornish Weather and Cornish People in the 17th Century (St. Austell, 1991)

Cumberland

Bower, R., ‘Brasses in the Diocese of Carlisle’, Trans. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiq. and Archaeol. Soc., 13 (1895), pp.142-51

Butler, L.A.S., ‘Some early northern grave covers: a reassessment’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 36 (1958), pp.207-20

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Arthuret, Cumberland’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.150-1

Ferguson, M.J., Monumental Inscriptions in the Church and Churchyard of S. Cuthbert, Carlisle (Carlisle, 1889)

Franks, A.W., ‘Monumental Brasses of Cheshire, Cornwall and Cumberland’, Proc. Soc. Antiq.2nd Ser., 7 (1876), pp.21-4

Hughes, J., ‘Recent discoveries at St. Oswald’s church, Dean’, Trans. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiq. and Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 67 (1968), pp.35-41

Hutchinson, W., History of Cumberland, 2 vols. (Carlisle, 1874)

Jefferson, S., The History and Antiquities of Carlisle (Carlisle, 1838)

Knowles, E.H., ‘Fragments at St. Bees’, Trans. Cumberland and Westmorland Archaeol. Soc., 2 (1880), pp.27-30

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Cumberland and Westmoreland (London, 1998)

Nicolson, J. and Burn, R., The History and Antiquities of Cumberland and Westmorland2 vols. (London, 1777)

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘Palimpsests at Greystoke, Cumberland’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.1 (1969), p.43

Sandford, E., ‘A Cursory Relation of all the Antiquities and Families in Cumberland’, Cumberland and Westmorland Antiq. and Archaeol. Soc. Trans.4 (1882), p.54

Summerson, H. and Harrison, S., Lanercost Priory, CumbriaCumberland and Westmorland Antiq. and Archaeol. Soc. Research Rep. 10 (Kendal, 2000)

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester3 vols. (London, 1742)

Derbyshire

Andrews, W. (ed.), Bygone Derbyshire (Derby, 1892)

Badham, S.F., ‘An Incised Slab at Doveridge, Derbyshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.3 (1994), pp.222-4

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Derbyshire’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 12 (1996), p.26

Bateman, T. and Glover, S., Vestiges of the Antiquities of Derbyshire (London, 1848)

Brighton, J.T., ‘England’s Smallest Monumental Brass?’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.339-43

Brighton, J.T., ‘The brasses of Latham Woodruff and Henry Balguy, and the possibility of a 17th-century Peakland workshop’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.545-8

Cox, J.C., Notes on the Churches of Derbyshire4 vols. (Chesterfield, 1875-9)

Cox, J.C., ‘On an Incised Slab at Etwall Church’, J. Derbyshire Archaeol. and Nat. Hist. Soc.4 (1882), pp.159-60.

Davies, D.P., A New Historical and Descriptive Tour of Derbyshire (Belper, 1811)

Dugdale, W., The Visitation of Derbyshire taken in 1662 and reviewed in 1663 (London, 1879)

Dyson, S., ‘The Tomb of Henry Foljambe, Esq., 1509, All Saints’ Church, Chesterfield, Derbyshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.289-92

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The “Brass” to Rowland Eyre, Esq., & wife Gertrude, 1624, at Great Longstone, Derbyshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.393-6

Field, H.E., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Derbyshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.4 (1898), pp.194-6; 3, pt.5 (1899), 209-15; 5, pt.1 (1904), pp.1-7; 5, pt.2 (1904), pp.29-39; 5, pt.5 (1906), pp.101-11; 5, pt.6 (1906), pp.129-38; 5, pt.7 (1907), pp.171-80; 5, pt.11 (1909), pp.380-9

Fitzherbert, R.H.C., ‘The will of the celebrated judge, Sir Anthony Fitzherbert’, The Reliquary21 (1880-1), p.234 [Norbury]

Glover, S., The History, and Gazeteer, and Directory of the County of Derby2 vols. (Derby, 1829-33)

Greenhill, F.A., ‘A Note on Sir Godfrey Foljambe’s Brass at Chesterfield’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.8 (1950), pp.353-5

Hall, J., ‘Croxden Abbey church’, JBAA, 160 (2007), pp.39-128.

Hulbert, M.F.H., Bishop Pursglove of Tideswell (Tideswell, [1994])

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Derbyshire (London, 1999)

Lester, G.A., Brasses and Brass-Rubbing in the Peak District (Sheffield, 1971)

Lester, G.A., The Eyre Brasses at Hathersage ([Hathersage], 1981)

Lester, G.A., The Brasses of Tideswell ([Tideswell],c. 1990)

Leonard, J., Derbyshire Parish Churches (Derby, 1991)

Oliver, A., ‘Notes on the incised effigies of Derbyshire and Staffordshire’, Archaeol. J., 78 (1921), pp.1-30

Pilkington, J., A View of the Present State of Derbyshire (Derby, 1789)

Ryder, P., ‘A medieval cross slab grave cover at St John the Baptist church, Staveley’, Trans. Hunter Arch. Soc., 17 (1993), pp.71-3

Ryder, P.F., Medieval Cross Slabs of Derbyshire ([Bakewell], [2017])

Waller, J.G., ‘Notes on the brass to Nicholas Kniveton at Muggington, Derbyshire’, Archaeol. J., 31 (1874), pp.382-3

Young, A., Alabaster ([Matlock], 1990)

Devonshire

Andrews, J.H.B., ‘Chittlehampton’, Trans. of the Devonshire Assoc., 44 (1962), pp.255-7

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Devon’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 10 (1994-5), p.37; 12 (1996), pp.26-7; 13 (1997-8), p.47; 15 (1999-2000), pp.46-7; 16 (2000-1), pp.17-18

Baring-Gould, S., Book of Devon, 2nd edn. (London, 1920)

Brown, M., Heraldic Brasses and tablets in Devon Churches – Selected Rubbings, 1 (s.l., 1973)

Britton, J., Historical and Descriptive Account of the Cathedral Church of Exeter (London, 1826)

Cockerham, P., ‘Bishops, Deans and Canons: Commemorative Contexts Across Two Centuries at Exeter Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.4 (2017), pp.277-300

Cook, D., ‘The Brass to Sir Peter Courtenay, K.G., in Exeter Cathedral: a Reappraisal’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.2 (1987), pp.94-100; 14, pt.3 (1988), pp.197-204

Cook, D., ‘Incised slabs in Devon’, Devon Buildings Group Newsletter, 14 (January 1996), pp.19-20

Cook, D. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Powderham Church: Medieval Loss and Victorian Revival, Devon Buildings Research Papers 1 (Kennerleigh?, 1993)

Copeland, G.W., ‘Ancient monumental and other brasses of Devon’, Annual Report and Accounts of the Plymouth Institute, 21 (1948), pp.1-19

Corbould, P., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Devon’, Trans. Devonshire Assocn., 100 (1968), pp.29-43

Corbould, P., Church Brasses in Devon (Torquay, 1968)

Cornelius, C.F., ‘Medieval Effigies and other Sepulchral Monuments in the parish churches within a ten-mile radius of Newton Abbot’, Trans. Devonshire Assocn., 83 (1952), pp.217-34

Crabbe, W.R., ‘Some Account of the Monumental Brasses of Devon’, Trans. Exeter Diocesan Architect. Soc., 5 (1856), pp.95-105, 206-17, pls.10-14; 6 (1861), pp.217-19

Cresswell, B.F. et. al., ‘Sepulchral Slabs with Crosses in Devon Churches’, Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries, 10 (1919), pp.1-9; 65-80; 150-2

Greenhill, F.A., and Hope, V., ‘Petrockstow, Devon’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.459-62

Guy, A., An index of brass rubbings in the West Country Studies Library, Exeter (Exeter, 1991)

Harris, M.G.T., ‘Lewtrenchard, Devon’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.270-1

Hope, V., ‘Two Incised Slabs with Indents in Exeter Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.102-6

Hope, V., ‘John Flavell: An Eminent Puritan Divine’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.3 (1964), pp.169-72

Hope, V., ‘Peter Quivil, Bishop of Exeter' (1291), Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.294-5

Hope, V., ‘Lew Trenchard, Devon: A Postscript’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.401-4

Izacke, R., Remarkable Antiquities of the City of Exeter (London, 1677)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Devonshire (London, 2000)

Mayr-Harting, H., ‘The Date of the Corp Brass at Stoke Fleming, Devon’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.439-40

Morris, S., Brass Rubbing in Devon Churches, 2nd edn. (Droridge, 1967)

Newnham, J., ‘Devonshire Brasses’, Western Antiquary, 8 (1889), pp.235-6

Oliver, G., Ecclesiastical Antiquities in Devon, 3 vols. in 1 (Exeter, 1839-42)

Okasha, E., Corpus of Early Christian Inscribed Stones of South-west Britain (Leicester, 1993)

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Palimpsest at Tor Mohun, Devon’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.485-91

Pole, W., Collections towards a description of the County of Devon (London, 1791)

Rogers, W.W.H., The Ancient Sepulchral Effigies of Devon (Exeter, 1877)

Rogers, W.W.H., Memorials of the West, Historical and Descriptive (Exeter, 1888)

Rogers, W.H.H., ‘The Memorial Brasses found in the Churches of Stoke-Fleming, St. Saviour and St. Petrock, Dartmouth’, Devon Notes and Queries, 4 (1906), pp.65-72

Sadler, A.G., The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86): Cornwall, Devon and Somerset (1975); Cornwall, Devon and Somerset Appendix (1980)

Stabb, J., Some Old Devon Churches, 3 vols. (London, 1908-16)

Stone, H., ‘Brasses of Devonshire’, Exeter Diocesan Gazette (August 1902)

Whittemore, P., ‘The lost monumental brasses of Devonshire’, Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries, 34 (1979-81), pp.57-61, 110-2, 214-5, 292-7, 336-40; 35 (1983), pp.126-8

Whittemore, P., ‘The Fortescue Brass at Weare Giffard, Devonshire’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 139 (2018), pp.770-1

Worthy, C., Devonshire Parishes, or, the antiquities, heraldry and family history of twenty-eight parishes in the archdeaconry of Totnes, 2 vols. (Exeter and London, 1887-9)

Dorset

Berry, H.B., ‘Two Unrecorded Dorset Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.296-8 [Winterbourne Came]

Blatchly, J., ‘A Tudor Headmaster’ [Piddlehinton], Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 92 (January 2003), p.654

Clark, D.W., ‘Note on the Brass of John Havell and, Langton Matravers, Dorset’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), pp.180-1

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘The Dual De Luda Casement’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.3 (1945), pp.79-81

Dru Drury, G., ‘Some recent discoveries in the church of St. Edward King and Martyr, Corfe Castle’, Proc. Dorset Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., 69 (1948), pp.54-64

Dru Drury, G., ‘The use of Purbeck in mediaeval times’, Proc. Dorset Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., 70 (1949), pp.74-98

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘Medieval Grave Slab at Loders, Dorset’, Chronicle, 4, no.4, (1989), p.129

Gittos, B. and M., ‘Medieval Grave Slabs at Church Knowle’, Chronicle, 6, no.2 (1994), p.55

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs in Dorset’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter, 10 (1994), pp.6-11; 12 (1996), pp.27-8; 13 (1997-8), pp.47-8; 15 (1999-2000), p.47; 16 (2000-1), p.19

Greenhill, F.A., ‘A Late Seventeenth-Century Brass in Dorset’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), p.274

Hutchins, J., The History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset, 2nd edn., 4 vols. (London, 1861-7)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Dorset (London, 2001)

McQueen, P.I., ‘The Maltravers Fret’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.244-8 [Lytchett Matravers]

Oliver, V., ‘The Holewale Brass at Askerwell’ and ‘The Matravers Brass at Lytchett Matravers’, Proc. Dorset Nat. Hist. and Antiq. Field Club, 44 (1925), pp.51-70

Peck, F.G., ‘Some Dorsetshire Notes’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.5 (1899), pp.231-4; 3, pt.6 (1899), pp.246-9

Prideaux, W. de C., ‘Ancient memorial Brasses of Dorset’, Dorset Natural History Field Club, 25 (1904), pp.144-55 [Evershot and Caundle Purse]; 28 (1907), pp.226-44 [Milton Abbey and Melbury Sampford; 29 (1908), pp.273-80 [Litton Cheyne, Puncknowle and Thorncombe]; 32 (1911), pp.213-25 [Piddlehinton, Sturminster Marshall, Langton, Pulham, Critchel More and East Holme]; 34 (1913), pp.158-66 [Wareham, Woolland, Pimperne, Lytchett Maltravers and Church Knowle]

Prideaux, W. de C., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Dorset’, J. British. Archaeol. Assn., 13 (1907), pp.209-26

Sadler, A.G., The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86): Dorset and Hampshire (1975); Dorset and Hampshire Appendix (1979)

Sibun, D., Dorset Brasses (Sherborne, 1973)

Durham

Apter, W., [Notes on cross slab at Denton], Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 3rd ser., 4 (1910), p.50

Badham, S., Brasses from the North East (London, 1979)

Blacker, J.G. and Mitchell, M., ‘The use of Egglestone Marble in Durham Cathedral’, Durham Archaeol. J., pp.14-5 (1999), pp.119-30

[Blair, C.H.H.], ‘Memorial Brass in Coniscliffe Church’, Archaeol. Aeliana, N.S., 15 (1892), p.207

Blair, C.H.H. (ed.), Durham Monuments, Newcastle Records Committee, 5 (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1925)

Boyle, ‘Four Memorial Brasses in the County of Durham’, Archaeol. Aeliana, N.S., 15 (1892), pp.311-13

Charlton, E., ‘On the sepulchral slabs existing in the counties of Durham and Northumberland’, Archaeol. J., 5 (1848), pp.252-8

Coss, P., ‘Heraldry and monumental effigies in the north-east’, in Northumbrian Panorama: studies in the history and culture of the north east, ed. T.E. Faulkner (London, 1996), pp.3-32 [Staindrop]

Edleston, R.H., ‘Some Tomb Slabs in Teesdale Churches’, Trans. Architec. and Archaeol. Soc. of Durham and Northumberland, 7 (1936), pp.223-35

Edleston, R.H., ‘Incised monumental slabs in Northumberland and Durham’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 4th ser., 17 (1939), pp.71-86

Edleston, R.H., and Gibby, C.W., ‘Grave Covers at St. Oswalds Church, Durham’, Trans. Durham and Northumberland Architec. and Archaeol. Soc., 10 (1948), pp.130-6

Egglestone, W.M., [Notes on cross slabs at Stanhope], Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 7 (1895), pp.258-64

Field, H.E., ‘The Matrix of Bishop Beaumont’s Brass, Durham Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.7 (1896), pp.291-5

Fowler, J. T. (ed.), The Rites of Durham, Surtees Soc., 107 (Durham, 1903)

Fowler, J.T., ‘Some grave slabs in the cathedral church of Durham’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2nd ser., 13 (1889-91), pp.34-44

Fyson, D.R., ‘A Note on the Work of the Late C.C. Hodges’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 4th ser., 35 (1957), pp.129-36

Gibby, C.W., ‘Some medieval grave covers in Durham City’, Trans. Architec. and Archaeol. Soc. Durham and Northumberland, 11 (1958-65), pp.284-6

Haversfield, F.J. and Greenwell, W., A Catalogue of the Sculptured and Incribed Stones in the Cathedral Library, Durham (Durham, 1899)

Hodges, C.C., The Sepulchral Slabs, Grave Covers, Headstone Crosses and Semi-effigial Monuments of the Middle Ages now remaining in the County of Durham (privately printed, 1884)

Hutchinson, W., The History and Antiquities of the County Palatinate of Durham, 3 vols. (Newcastle, 1784)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Durham (London, 2002)

Lang, J.T., ‘Some Early medieval Coped Grave Covers in Co. Durham’, Trans. Architec. and Archaeol. Soc. of Durham and Northumberland, 3 (1974), pp.101-6

Macalister, R.A.S., and Field, H.E., ‘Durham Cathedral: An Account of the Lost Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.8 (1897), pp.338-42

Oliver, W., ‘Early Grave Slab, Barnard Castle’, Teesdale Record Soc., 12 (1944), p.10

Robson, H.L., ‘Church Brasses’ [in Co. Durham], Antiquities of Sunderland, 21 (1954), pp.5-22

Ryder, P.F., The Medieval Cross Slab Grave Cover in County Durham, Architect. and Archaeol. Soc. of Durham and Northumberland Research Report, 1 (Durham, 1985)

Ryder, P.F., ‘Some further medieval cross slabs in County Durham’, Durham Archaeol. J., 10 (1994), pp.43-53

Surtees, R., The History and Antiquities of the County Palatinate of Durham, 4 vols (London, 1816-40)

Taylor, E.J., [Notes on cross slabs at Hartlepool], Proc. Soc. Antiq. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 6 (1899), p.20

Waller, J.G., ‘Notes on some Brasses in the Counties of Northumberland and Durham’, Archaeol. Aeliana, N.S., 15 (1892), pp.76-89

Waller, J.G., ‘Remarks on a grave slab in Durham Cathedral Church’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 12 (1889), p.44

Waller, J.G., ‘The remarkable brass of Fridesmonda, wife of Richard Barnes, bishop of Durham, in St. Andrew’s church, Auckland’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2nd ser., 13 (1889-91), pp.66-7

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

 

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Essex

Ainsworth, S., Cockroft, W.D., Everson, P. and Ryan, P.M., ‘A fragmentary grave cover and the site of Woodham Walter church’, Essex Archaeol. and History, 22 (1991), pp.170-3

Andrews, H.C., ‘The Lee family of Chingford’, Essex Review, 37 (1928), pp.44-5 [brass at Eastwick, Herts; shield in Saffron Walden Museum]

Badham, S., ‘Suffolk 1 Indents at Spalding, Lincolnshire and Waltham Abbey, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.2 (1998), pp.139-42

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Essex’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 11 (1995), pp.18-20; 12 (1996-7), p.53

Bayley, T.D.S., ‘Some discoveries at Bradfield church’, Essex Review, 39 (1930), pp.117-24 [indents in chancel]

Bayley, T.D.S., ‘The Fitz Ralph Brass, Pebmarsh, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.3 (1945), pp.71-8

Benton, G.M., ‘An Additional Note on a Brass at Saffron Walden’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.281-3

Benton, G.M., ‘An additional note on a brass at Saffron Walden’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 25 (1955), p.108

Benton, G.M., ‘Brass of Agnes Woodthorpe [formerly Dister], St. Peter’s church, Colchester’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 13 (1915), pp.309-11

Benton, G.M., ‘Brass to John Hubbard, 1537, at Great Bromley’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 21 (1937), p.334

Benton, G.M., ‘Dister Brass [Lavenham, Co. Suffolk]’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 15 (1921), p.156

Benton, G.M., ‘Palimpsest brass at Wivenhoe, II’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 25 (1958), pp.272-3

Benton, G.M., ‘Palimpsest brass at Wivenhoe’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc.,  N.S., 15 (1921), pp.242-3

Benton, G.M., ‘Recovery of a monumental brass at Tollesbury’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 24 (1951), p.159

Benton, G.M., ‘The brasses at St. James’s church, Colchester’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 25 (1958), pp.263-4

Benton, G.M., ‘The Coke and Wilde brass 1606, at Great Totham’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 23 (1942), pp.141-4

Benton, G.M., ‘The destroyed church of St. Lawrence, East Donyland’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 19 (1930), pp.97-110 [brasses, pp.102-4]

Benton, G.M., ‘The destruction of Little Horkesley church, and the discovery of a palimpsest brass’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 23 (1942), pp.116-24

Benton, G.M., Bushnell, G.H.S., and Ruck, G.A.E., ‘The recovery of a lost brass at Saffron Walden’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 24 (1951), p.157

Birch, C.G.R., ‘Sulyard brass in Runwell church’, Essex Review, 6 (1897), p.61

‘Brasses at St. Margaret’s, Barking: interesting discovery’, Essex Review, 48 (1939), pp.221-2

Briggs, N., ‘The Brasses of the Darcy Family at Tolleshunt D’Arcy, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.7 (1960), pp.338-53

Briggs, N., ‘The Rochester Brasses in the South Aisle of Terling Church, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.8 (1961), pp.429-37

Briggs, N., ‘The Parker Brass at Brentwood, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.254-5

Briggs, N., ‘A Bibliography of Essex Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.3 (1971), pp.149-61

Briggs, N., and Stuchfield, H.M., ‘Gosfield, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.2 (1998), pp.117-31

Brown, A.H., ‘Some Curious Brasses in Essex’, The Churchwoman (16 December 1898)

Brown, A.H., ‘Some Essex Brasses’, The Churchwoman (29 December 1899)

Burnett, M., ‘The Fitzralph brass at Pebmarsh’, Essex Archaeol Hist, 6 (1974), p.99

Cameron, H.K., and Briggs, N., ‘Tolleshunt D’Arcy Revisited’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.2 (1998), pp.147-56

Carter, H.M., ‘Brass of Robert Barfoot at Lambourne: palimpsests found’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., 3rd series, 1 (1964), pp.215-16

Chancellor, F., ‘Brass in Springfield church’, Essex Review, 5 (1896), p.125

Chancellor, F., The Ancient Sepulchral Monuments of Essex (London, 1890)

Christy, M., ‘On a late thirteenth century inscription in Fobbing church’, Essex Review, 8 (1899), pp.34-6

Christy, M., ‘Some Essex coffin slabs’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., 7 (1900), pp.369-95

Christy, M., Benton, G.M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘Two brasses newly-discovered at Wormingford’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 16 (1923), pp.283-7

Christy, M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘The monumental brasses at Little Waltham church’, Essex Review, 2 (1893), pp.45-8

Christy, M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘Some interesting Essex brasses’, Essex Review, 3 (1894), pp.119-31

Christy, M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘Some interesting Essex brasses’, Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist, 5 (1899), pp.9-21

Christy, M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘Some Lost Essex Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.6 (1899), pp.254-64

Christy, M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘Some Interesting Essex Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 4, pt.2 (1900), pp.45-60

Christy, M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘Some interesting Essex brasses recently re-fixed’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 3 (1900), pp.254-64

Christy, M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘Some interesting Essex brasses illustrative of Elizabethan costume’, Antiquary, 38 (1902), pp.6-10, 44-7

Christy, M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘Some interesting Essex brasses illustrative of Stuart costume’, Antiquary, 39 (1903), pp.113-18, 175-8 and 233-8

Christy, M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘On a monumental brass newly discovered in Essex’ [Dovercourt], Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 16 (1921), pp.48-9

Christy, M., and Porteous, W.W., ‘An Essex brass’ [Hempstead], Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 16 (1922), pp.205-9

Christy, M., Porteous, W.W. and Smith, E.B., ‘Some interesting Essex brasses’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 6 (1898), pp.146-70

Christy, M., Porteous W.W. and Smith, E.B., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Essex’, in Memorials of Old Essex, ed. A.C. Kelway (London, 1908), pp.118-57

Christy, M. and Smith, E.B., ‘Two Essex Incised Slabs’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 8 (1903), pp.1-7

Clapham, A.W., The Benedictine Abbey of Barking (London, 1911)

Cockerell, D.J., ‘Some notes on shroud brasses in Essex’, Essex Review, 56 (1947), pp.211-4

Crosby, N.A., ‘Brasses from Heydon and West Hanningfield’, Essex Review, 1 (1892), p.180

Crouch, W., ‘The Tedcastell brass at Barking’, Essex Review, 2 (1893), pp.246-8

Cutts, H.W., ‘A monumental brass at Tolleshunt D’Arcy’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 1 (1878), pp.3-4

d’Elboux, R.H. (ed.), The Monumental Brasses of Essex, pts. 1 and 2 (Ashford, 1948-51)

Dobson, J., ‘A Re-discovery at South Benfleet, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.348-62

Elliot, H.L., ‘Fitz Lewis of West Horndon and the brasses at Ingrave’, Trans. Essex Archaeol.Soc., N.S., 6 (1898), pp.28-53

Farrer, E., ‘Little Horkesley church in 1888’, Essex Review, 60 (1951), pp.12-15 [account of brasses and monuments]

Fowler, R.C., ‘The Brass of William Loveney (?) in Wendens Ambo church’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 15 (1921), p.317

Franks, A.W., ‘Monumental brasses of Essex’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 2nd ser., 7 (1876-9), pp.147-55

Freeth, S., ‘The brass-rubbings in the Society’s Collections’, Essex Archaeol. and History, 11 (1979), pp.119-24

Gawthorp, W.E., ‘Monumental brasses at South Weald and Leyton’ [refixed], Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 20 (1933), pp.277-9

Gilbert, W., ‘The brass to Walter Larder ... North Weald’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc. N.S., 9 (1911), pp.30-5

Girling, F.A., ‘Merchants’ marks in Essex’, Essex Review, 64 (1955), pp.30-5

‘Gosfield: Thomas Rolf's brass, 1440’, Essex Review, 26 (1917), pp.41-4

Griffin, R., ‘A palimpsest brass at Harlow’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 21 (1937), pp.330-4

Griffin, R., ‘Two monumental brasses, now lost, formerly at Latton’ Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 21 (1937), pp.230-3

Grimes, R. and H., ‘A Palimpsest Shield at Stow Maries, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.4 (1978), pp.271-7

Harrison, G.H.R., ‘Notes on a monumental brass effigy in Great Parndon church’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., O.S., 3 (1865), pp.204-5

Heazell, F.N., ‘Aveley, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.1 (1943), p.27

Hefferan, Matthew, ‘The Brass of Thomas Stapel (d. 1372), Sergeant-at-Arms to Edward III: A Monument to a Career in Household Service’ [Rochford], Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 20 (2019), pp. 32-45

Hills, A., ‘Johan de Vautone, Chivaler’ [Wimbish], Essex Review, 52 (1943), pp.21-7

Hills, A., ‘Samuel Harsnett (1561-1631)’ [brass at Chigwell], Essex Review, 51 (1942), pp.9-16

Hills, A., ‘Scrope versus Grosvenor: a notable armorial brass at Wivenhoe’, Essex Review, 45 (1936), pp.65-73

Hills, A., ‘The legal brasses of Essex’, Essex Review, 48 (1939), pp.69-78

Hills, A., ‘Three military coffin slabs in Essex’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., 7 (1945), pp.251-62

James, L., ‘Sir William Pyrton, Lieutenant of Guisnes’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.2 (1970), pp.82-7 [Little Bentley]

Johnstone, C.E., ‘Alderne’s Chantry at Latton, Essex’, Home Counties Magazine, 4 (1902), pp.222-5

King, H.W., ‘Destruction of church monuments . . . the alleged burial of a large monumental brass in the chancel of South Benfleet church’ [examples of losses from other parishes], Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 4 (1893), pp.161-71

King, H.W., ‘On a recently discovered monumental brass belonging to Bowers Gifford church’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., O.S., 1 (1858), pp.93-8

Lack, W. and Whittemore, P., ‘Strethall, Essex: a note on the palimpsest brass’, Essex J., 3 (1998), pp.52-3

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Essex, 2 vols. (London,2003)

Lewis, R.R., and Cockell, D.J., ‘Discovery of brass to Walter Gayselee, c.1370, at Ingrave’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 23 (1942), pp.169-70

Lucas, W.J., ‘Brasses in Great Leighs church’, Essex Review, 3 (1894), pp.200-2

Mabbitt, K.R., ‘The Audley Chapel in Berechurch church’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 22 (1940), pp.87-97 [brass, p.94]

Milligan, H.M., ‘Byschopton brass at Great Bromley’, Essex Review, 6 (1897), pp.120-2

Morant, P., History and Antiquities of Essex (London, 1768)

Morris, R., The Powells in Essex and their London Ancestors (Loughton, 2002)

Morris, R., The Stonnard and other Brasses in St. Nicholas’ Church (Loughton, 2003)

Muilman, P., A New and Complete History of Essex, 6 vols. (Chelmsford, 1769-72)

Norris, L. and M., ‘A Palimpsest at Lambourne, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.3 (1977), pp.229-38

Ogborne, E., The History of Essex (London, 1814)

‘A Palimpsest at Barking, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.8 (1942), pp.366-8

‘Palimpsest brass at Barking’, Essex Review, 52 (1943), pp.54, 162-5

Pertwee, A., ‘Beriffe family of Brightlingsea’, Essex Review, 12 (1904), pp.220-2

Piggot, J., ‘On the brass of Sir William Fitz Ralph . . . in Pebmarsh church’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., O.S., 4 (1869), pp.132-6

Potter, G.W.J., ‘Brasses in Little Waltham Church’, Essex Review, 2 (1893), pp.59-60

[Report of a visit to Aveley church, 1892, with account of palimpsest brass], Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 1 (1893), pp.291-3

[Report of a visit to Fingringhoe church, with account of brasses], Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 3 (1889), pp.181-2

[Report of a visit to Saffron Walden church and almshouses, with account of brasses], Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 2 (1884), pp.292-5

Sparvel-Bayly, J.A., ‘Essex Brasses (additions and corrections to Haines’s list)’, Antiquity, 6 (1880), pp.151-3

Steer, F.W., ‘The Medeley and Dannett brasses in Tilty church’, Essex Review, 52 (1943), pp.4-12

Stuchfield, H.M., ‘The monumental brasses of Essex: Orsett’, Essex J., 27 (Spring, 1992), pp.113-16

Stuchfield, M., ‘A new home for a medieval knight', Essex J., 53 (Autumn, 2018), pp.63-66

Stuchfield, M., ‘Glamour in Brass: a portrayal of the fourteenth century lady in Essex', Essex J., 53 (Autumn, 2018), pp.86-92

Stuchfield, M., ‘Medieval knight on the move from Sutton to Rochford, Essex’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 139 (2018), pp.767-9

Suckling, A., Memorials of the Antiquities and Architecture of Essex (London, 1845)

Torr, V.J., ‘Chigwell and its Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.238-9

Tyrell A., and Tyrill, L. (eds.), Petre and Tyrell Family Links in the Ingatestone Area (s.l., Tyrrell Family History Society, 2003)

Vaughan, E., ‘Lost treasures of Finchingfield church’, Essex Review, 33 (1924), pp.125-34 [brasses described by Holman]

Waller, J.G., ‘On certain brasses from Stoke Charity, Hampshire and Hempstead, Essex’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., I (1846), p.328

Ward, J., ‘Elizabeth Beaumont, Countess of Oxford (d.1537): Her Life and Connections’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.1 (2003), pp.2-13 [Wivenhoe]

Williams, J.F., ‘Monumental brasses discovered at Chelmsford Cathedral’, Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc., N.S., 21 (1934), pp.134-5

Gloucestershire

Badham, S., ‘Thomas Adynet and his brass at Northleach, Gloucestershire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.4 (2006), pp.347-53

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Gloucestershire’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter, 11 (1995), p.20; 12 (1996), p.28; 15 (1999-2000), p.47

Bertram, J., ‘Whittington Turned Again or The Strange Case of the Brass of Richard and Margaret Coton’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 124 (October 2013), pp.468-9

Butler, R.F. and Jones, L.J., ‘The Cross Slabs of Gloucestershire’, Trans. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeol. Soc., 11 (1972), pp.150-8

Davis, C.T., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Gloucestershire’, Archaeol. J., 48 (1891), pp.19-28

Davis, C., ‘Brass in the Church of St. John the Baptist, Gloucester’, Gloucestershire Notes and Queries, 5 (1893), p.539

Davis, C., The Monumental Brasses of Gloucestershire (London, 1899; repr. Bath, 1969)

Druitt, H., ‘Cirencester, Gloucestershire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.6 (1906), pp.139-53

Druitt, H., ‘Gloucestershire Notes’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.6 (1906), pp.159-60

Ellacombe, H.T., The History of the Parish of Bitton in the County of Gloucester (Exeter, 1881)

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Tormarton, Glos.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.288-90

Fallows, W.C., The Brasses of Cirencester Parish Church (Cirencester, 1985)

Fallows, W.C., Northleach Brasses (Northleach, c.1980)

Franks, A.W., ‘Monumental Brasses of Gloucestershire’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., N.S., 7 (1878), pp.409-13

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Gloucestershire (London, 2005)

Lysons, S., Etchings of Gloucester Antiquities (London, 1791)

Nicholls, J.F. and Taylor, J., Bristol Past and Present, 3 vols. (Bristol, 1881-2)

Pryce, G., Notes on the Ecclesiastical and Monumental Architecture and Sculpture of the Middle Ages in Bristol (London, 1850)

Roper, I., Monumental Effigies of Gloucestershire and Bristol (Gloucester, 1931)

Smith, B.S., ‘Grave slab at St. Mary de Crypt, Gloucester’, Trans. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeol. J., 89 (1970), p.177

Stapleton, B.J., ‘A report of a paper on Gloucestershire brasses’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1 (1897), pp.23-4

Way, A., ‘Observations of incised slabs with descriptions of two remarkable examples at . . . Avenbury, Herefordshire and Bitton, Gloucestershire’, Archeologia, 22 (1829), pp.267-74

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London,1742)

Hampshire (including Isle of Wight)

Atkinson, T.D., ‘Fragments of architecture and sculpture at Wherwell church’, Hants. Field Club and Archaeol. Soc. Proc., 14 (1940), pp.369-70

Badham, S., ‘The West family of Hinton Martell, Dorset, and their monuments at Christchurch Priory’, Trans Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.6 (2008), pp.513-20

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Hampshire’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 11 (1995-6), pp.45-50; 12 (1996), p.28; 12 (1996-7), pp.53-4; 14 (1997-8), pp.48-9; 15 (1999-2000), p.48; 16 (2000-1), pp.18-19

Blore, G.H., The Monuments of Winchester Cathedral (Farnborough, 1983)

Cameron, H.K., Brasses to the Family of de Brocas in the Church of Sherborne St. John, portfolio (s.l., 1974)

Cave, C.J.P., ‘Thomas Aileward, 1413; Havant, Hants.’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.1 (1892), p.1

Cave, C.J.P., ‘A List of Hampshire Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.9 (1908), pp.247-91; 5, pt.10 (1908), pp.295-325; 5, pt.11 (1909), pp.343-71; 6, pt.1 (1910), pp.1-42; 6, pt.4 (1911), pp.121-57

Cave, C.J.P., ‘A Winchester Indent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), p.207

Druitt, H., ‘A List of Casements remaining at Christchurch, Hampshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.7 (1907), pp.191-204

Greenfield, B.W., ‘Old Stoke Charity’, Hampshire Field Club Proc., 3 (1894-7), pp.1-27

Greenfield., B.W., ‘The Wriothesley Tomb, Titchfield, Hampshire’, Hampshire Field Club Proc., 1 (1889), pp.65-82 [includes account of brasses]

Greenhill, F.A., ‘The Sandys Contract’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.7 (1960), pp.354-61 [Basingstoke]

Jeans, G.E., Memorials of Old Hampshire (London, 1906)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight (London, 2007)

Lewis, R.W.M., ‘Complete List of the Brasses of the Isle of Wight’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.1 (1892), pp.2-6

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Palimpsest from Stoke Charity in Hampshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.6 (1958), pp.331-4

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Palimpsest Inscription at Aldershot, Hampshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), pp.23-4

Quirk, R.N., ‘The monuments of Prior Basyng and “the old bishop in marble”’, Winchester Cathedral Record, 23 (1954), pp.12-21

Sadler, A.G., The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86): Dorset and Hampshire (1975); Dorset and Hampshire Appendix (1979)

Staines, E.N., A Guide to the monumental brasses and incised slabs on the Isle of Wight (London, 1972)

Surry, N., ‘Incised Memorials to the Smalpage Family. Part I: Warblington, Hants’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.97-101

Surry, N., ‘A Lost Brass, formerly at Hordle, Hants’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), p.484

Waller, J.G., ‘On certain brasses from Stoke Charity, Hampshire and Hempstead, Essex’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., 1 (1846), p.328

Whittemore, P., ‘A Koranic Inscription in an English Church: The Kinsley Brass at Eversley, Hampshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.5 (2007), pp.481-5

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

Herefordshire

Badham, S., ‘The brasses and other minor monuments’, in Hereford Cathedral: a History, ed. G. Aylmer and J. Tiller (Hereford, 2000), pp.331-5

Badham, S., ‘An addition to the Herefordshire list at Aconbury Priory’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 136 (October 2017), pp.710-13

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Herefordshire’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 13 (1997), p.14; 15 (1999-2000), p.48

Badham, S. and Whittemore, P., ‘Conservation of the Cantilupe Shrine in Hereford Cathedral’, Monumental Brass Society Bulletin, 79 (1998), pp.394-5

Benson, E.G., ‘The Brasses of Burghill, Herefordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), pp.171-6

Benson, E.G., ‘The Cantilupe indent in Hereford Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.7 (1949), pp.322-9

Coldstream, N., ‘The shrines of St. Thomas Cantilupe and their significance’, The Friends of Hereford Cathedral 65th Annual Report (1999), pp.17-25

Davis, C.T., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Herefordshire and Worcestershire’, Trans. Birmingham and Midlands Inst., 12 (1884), pp.52-75

Duncumb, J., Collections towards the History and Antiquities of the County of Hereford, 6 vols. (London, 1804-1915)

Emmerson, R., ‘St. Thomas Cantilupe’s tomb and brass of 1287’, Bull. Internat. Soc. Study Church Mons., 2 (1980), pp.41-5

Greenhill, F.A., ‘An Early Incised Slab from Herefordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.272-3

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘A 12th century Grave Slab at Moccas, Herefordshire’, Chronicle, 6, No.5, (1995), p.115

Havegal, F.T., Monumental Inscriptions in the Cathedral Church of Hereford (London, 1881)

Haines, H., ‘Monumental Brasses of the Cathedral and County of Hereford’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., 27 (1871), pp.85-99, 198-203, 341

Heseltine, P., The Brasses of Hereford Cathedral (privately printed, Godmanchester, 1982)

Heseltine, P. and Stuchfield, M., The Monumental Brasses of Hereford Cathedral (London, 2005)

Jauncey, M. (ed.), St. Thomas Cantilupe, Bishop of Hereford (Hereford, 1982)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Herefordshire (Stratford St. Mary, Suffolk, 2008)

Leonard, J., Churches of Herefordshire and their Treasures (Almeley, 2000)

Marshall, G., ‘The church of Edvin Ralph and some Notes on Pardon Monuments’, Trans. Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club, 25 (1924-6), pp.40-55

Marshall, G, ‘The shrine of St. Thomas Cantilupe in Hereford Cathedral’, Woolhope Transactions, 27 (1930-2), pp.34-50

New, E., ‘The Tomb and Seal of John Trillek, Bishop of Hereford: some comparative thoughts’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.1 (2014), pp.2-14

Rawlinson, R., The History and Antiquities of the City and Cathedral-Church of Hereford (London, 1717)

Way, A., ‘Observations of incised slabs with descriptions of two remarkable examples at . . . Avenbury, Herefordshire and Bitton, Gloucestershire’, Archaeologia, 22 (1829), pp.267-74

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

Winnington-Ingram, A.J., Monumental Brasses in Hereford Cathedral (Hereford, 1966)

Hertfordshire

Andrews, H.C., ‘The Brass of Dame Margaret Plumbe in Wyddial Church’, East Herts. Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 7 (1924), pp.140-7

Andrews, H.C., ‘On Lockleys and some of the Peryents’, East Herts. Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 7 (1923), pp.56-61

Andrews, H.C., ‘Sidelights on Brasses in Hertfordshire Churches’. Parts I-XXVIII: Albury to Eastwick, East Herts. Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 8 (1930-1), pp.155-75 to 13 (1952-4), pp.165-6

Andrews, H.C., ‘George Canon, Wyddial’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.2 (1935), pp.66-8

Andrews, H.C., ‘Broxbourne Church, Herts: Recovery of a portion of the John Borell Brass, 1531’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.3 (1936), pp.121-2

Andrews, H.C., ‘The Fitz Geffrey Brass in Sandon Church, Herts’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.3 (1936), pp.136-8

Andrews, H.C., ‘Braughing Church, Herts’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), p.169

Andrews, H.C., ‘The Pulter Family Brasses in Hitchin Church, Herts’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), pp.172-5

Andrews, H.C., ‘Layston Church, Herts.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), p.192

Andrews, H.C., ‘A Brass in Furneux Pelham Church, Herts’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), pp.279-80

Andrews, H.C., ‘A Lost Brass at Broxbourne Church, Herts.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.8 (1942), pp.353-4

Andrews, H.C., ‘The Saxaye Brass, Stanstead Abbots, Herts’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.2 (1944), pp.64-5

Andrews, H.C., ‘The Bostock Brass, Wheathampstead, Herts’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.2 (1944), pp.65-6

Andrews, H.C., ‘Two Altar Tombs at Hitchin Church’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), pp.192-5

Andrews, W.F., ‘Monumental Brasses in Hertfordshire Churches; additions, &c to Haines’ List’, Antiquity, 14 (August 1886), pp.49-51

Andrews, W.F., ‘Notes on some Memorial Brasses in Hertfordshire Churches’. J. Nat. Soc. for the Preservation of Memorials to the Dead, 1 (1892), pp.19-25

Andrews, W.F., Memorial Brasses in Hertfordshire Churches (Hertford, 1886); 2nd rev. and enlarged edn. (Ware & London, 1903)

Ashdown, C.H., ‘English Mediaeval Armour, as exemplified by Hertfordshire Brasses’, St. Albans & Hertfordshire Architectural & Archaeol. Soc. Trans (1901 and 1902), pp.388-95

Badham, S.F., ‘Richard Gough's Papers relating to Monumental Brasses in the Bodleian Library, Oxford. Appendix I: Topographical Index of Illustrations of Brasses and Indents in Gough Maps 221-228’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc 14 (1991), pp.491-2 ‘Hertfordshire’

Badham, S.F., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. & Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck Marble coffin-shaped slabs: Hertfordshire’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter, 13 (1997), pp.14, 49

Baker, H.C., ‘The Royal Tomb at King’s Langley, Herts, and the Indented Slab believed to be for Isabel of Castile’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.279-83

Bertram, J., ‘An unnoticed Flemish indent in St. Albans Abbey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.536-7

Blair, J., ‘Hertfordshire Brasses: some 18th century notes and drawings’, Mon. Brass Soc. Bulletin, 25 (October 1980), p.17 [MS Gough Hertford 11, 16-17, 18]

Brayley, E.W. & Britton, J., The Beauties of England & Wales, Vol. VII: Hertfordshire (London, 1805)

Busby, J.H., ‘The Hertfordshire Drawings of Thomas Fisher’, Hertfordshire Archaeology, 1 (1988), pp.110-16

Busby, J.H., ‘The Topographical notebooks of Edward Steele’, Hertfordshire Archaeology, 2 (1970), pp.105-8

Busby, R.J., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Hertfordshire’, Herts. Past & Present, 10 (1970), pp.2-9

Busby, R.J. ‘Sidelights on Brasses in Hertfordshire Churches’, pts.XXIX-XXX: Essendon-Flamstead, East Herts. Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 14 i (1955-57), pp.59-69; & 14 ii (1958-61), pp.102-7

Busby, R.J., ‘Sidelights on Brasses in Hertfordshire Churches’, pts.XXXI & XXXII: Furneaux Pelham - Great Gaddesden. Hertfordshire Archaeology, I (1968), pp.68-75; & II (1970), pp.82-87 [no further parts published]

Busby, R.J., ‘Indents of lost brasses at Kimpton Church’, Herts. Archaeol. J., 1 (1968), pp.139-40

Cameron, H.K., and Busby, R.J., ‘A Palimpsest Brass at Clothall, Herts.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.80-6

Chauncy, Sir H., The Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire (London, 1700; repr. in 2 vols. Bishops Stortford, 1826)

Clare, F.C., ‘The “Rose” Brass in St. Peter’s, St. Albans’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.8 (1950), pp.368-9

Clutterbuck, R., The History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford, 3 vols. (London, 1815-27)

Coales, J., ‘Sawbridgeworth, Herts.: Was Thomas Fisher always accurate?’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.3 (1988), pp.246-7

Cooper, T. (ed), The Journal of William Dowsing, (Woodbridge, 2001) [esp. pp.131-37, 140, 404-5 & 407: ‘Hertfordshire’]

Cussans, J.E., History of Hertfordshire, 3 vols. (London, 1870-81; repr. 1972)

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘A Note on the Shield of Sir Anthony Grey, St. Alban’s Abbey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.8 (1942), p.365

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘Stanstead Abbots’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.1 (1943), pp.30-1

Druitt, H., ‘Notes on the Brasses remaining at Harpenden and Kimpton, Hertfordshire, August, 1909’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.12 (1909), pp.409-19

Egan, B., ‘A Repair at North Mymms’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), p.46

Evans, H.F.O., ‘A Lost Brass’ [from Broxbourne], Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.148-9

Evans, H.F.O., Monumental Brasses of St. Albans Abbey (St. Albans, 1970?)

Field, H.E., ‘Note on the Brass of Simon Bache, 1414, Knebworth Church, Herts.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.2 (1898), pp.106-7

Gray, H.W., ‘The Peryents of Hertfordshire’, Herts. Archaeol., 1 (1968), pp.76-88

Holmes, R., and Fox, A.E.L., ‘Andrew Willet, Puritan Divine, and His Brass at Barley, Herts.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.387-92

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Hertfordshire (Stratford St. Mary, Suffolk, 2009)

Minet, W., ‘Brasses in Little Hadham Church, Hertfordshire’, Home Counties Mag. (April 1904), p.98

Moor, J., ‘Sir Robert Clifford: Yorkist Traitor or Tudor Spy?’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.1 (1992), pp.33-44 [Aspenden]

Norris, M., ‘Palimpsest Brasses at Wyddial, Hertfordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.5 (1973), pp.312-18

Page, W., ‘The Brasses and Indents in St. Alban’s Abbey’, Home Counties Magazine, 1 (1899), pp.19-25, 140-61, 241-7, 329-32

‘A palimpsest memorial brass in St. Peter’s Church, St. Albans’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.1 (1934), pp.35-7

Porteous, W.W., ‘On Two Brasses from Braughing Church, Herts., now in Saffron Walden Museum’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.6 (1895), pp.213-15

Rensten, M., Hertfordshire Brasses: a guide to the figure brasses in the churches of Hertfordshire (Hertford, 1982)

Rogers, N., ‘The Earliest Known Description of the de la Mare Brass at St. Albans Abbey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.2 (1987), pp.154-7

Salmon, N., The History of Hertfordshire (London, 1728)

Stephenson, M., ‘A List of Palimpsest Brasses in Hertfordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 4 (1900), pp.122-35

Stephenson, M., ‘List of Palimpsest Brasses in Hertfordshire’ Home Counties Magazine, 8 (1906), pp.270-74; 9 (1907), pp.19-24, 99-102

Stuchfield, M., ‘The Recovery of a Brass at Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.2 (1987), pp.151-4

Tanner, L.E., ‘Brass at North Mymms Church, Hertfordshire: A Correction’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.244-5

White, A., ‘Wheathampstead, Herts’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.1 (1943), pp.8-10

Whittemore, P., ‘”Valour of the highest order”: The Brass to Leslie Manser, V.C., 1942, at Radlett, Hertfordshire’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 134 (February 2017), pp.667-9

Wright, N., and Cameron, H.K., ‘Notes on the Palimpsest at Stanstead Abbots, Hertfordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.9 (1962), pp.475-6

Huntingdonshire

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Huntingdonshire’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 13 (1997), p.14

Bertram, J., ‘An Unrecorded Royal Brass at Peterborough’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.494-5

Bloxam, M.H., ‘On the Effigies and Monumental Remains in Peterborough Cathedral’, Archaeol. J., 19 (1862), pp.134-45

Butler, L.A.S., ‘Medieval gravestones of Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire and the Soke of Peterborough’, Cambridge Antiq. Soc., 50 (1957), pp.89-100

Carruthers, T., The History of Huntingdon (Huntingdon, 1824)

Ellis, H. (ed.), The Visitation of Huntingdon, under the authority of William Camden, Clarenceux King of Arms, by his deputy Nicholas Charles, Lancaster Herald, A.D. MDCXIII, Camden Soc. (London, 1849)

French, V., ‘The brasses of Huntingdonshire’, The Antiquary, 4 (1881), pp.44, 115

Gunton, S., The History of the Church of Peterburgh (London, 1686; repr. Peterborough, 1990)

Heseltine, P., The Brasses of Huntingdonshire (Cambridge, 1978)

Heseltine, P., ‘Some Huntingdonshire brasses’, Records of Huntingdonshire, 2 (1981), pp.14-19

‘Inscriptions in Bourn Abbey Church’, Fenland Notes and Queries, 2 (1892), pp.64-5

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Huntingdonshire (Stratford St Mary, Suffolk, 2012)

Macklin, H.W., ‘The Brasses of Huntingdonshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.3 (1898), pp.144-60; 3, pt.4 (1898), pp.167-82

Pinnock, W., The History and Topography of Huntingdonshire (London, 1822)

Rylands, J.P., ‘Some Memorials of the Family of Ferrar of Little Gidding, co. Huntingdonshire’, Genealogist, N.S., 26 (1910), pp.65-72

Sweeting, W.D., Historical and Architectural Notes on the Parish Churches in and around Peterborough (London, 1868)

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742) 

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United Kingdom Individual Counties K - M

 Kent

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Kent’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 12 (1996-7), pp.13-18; 13 (1997-8), pp.15-8, 49; 14 (1998), p.6; 15 (1999-2000), p.49; 16 (2000-1), p.19

Belcher, W.D., Kentish Brasses, 2 vols. (London, 1888 and 1905)

Bethune, I., ‘The brasses and incised slabs of Milton Regis parish church’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 87 (1972), pp.111-14

Binski, P., ‘Chartham, Kent, and the Court’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.1 (1980), pp.73-79

Blake, P.H., ‘Barham Church: The Brasses, Memorials and Glass’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 105 (1988), pp.197-213.

Blockley, K., Canterbury Cathedral Nave: Archaeology, History and Architecture, The Archaeology of Canterbury (Canterbury, 1997)

Brooke, F.C., Sepulchral Monuments of the Cobham Family (privately printed, 1874)

Caiger, J.E.L., ‘Two Brasses: The Crepehege Brass at Darenth’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 77 (1962), pp.153-5

Clapham, A.W., Lesnes Abbey (London, 1915)

Dart, J., History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury (London, 1726)

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘Two lost Shields from Graveney, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.2 (1944), pp.60-4

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘A Cobham Finial in Private Possession’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.3 (1945), pp.102-4

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘Rochester Cathedral Indents’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.4 (1946), pp.131-8

d’Elboux, R.H., ‘Some Kentish Indents I’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 59 (1946), pp.95-108

d’Elboux, R.H., ‘The Dering Brass’, Antiq. J., 27 (1947), pp.11-23

d’Elboux, R.H., ‘Shields from the Tomb of Archbishop Chicheley, Canterbury Cathedral’, Antiq. J., 27 (1947), pp.112-16

d’Elboux, R.H., ‘Some Kentish Indents II’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 60 (1947), pp.119-20

d’Elboux, R.H., ‘Some Kentish Indents IV’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 64 (1951), pp.54-64

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘Kent Brasses: Some Identifications’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.160-3

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘A Discovery at Dover, Kent’, 9, pt.4 (1954), p.204

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘The Lost Brasses of Willesborough’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.221-6

Elliston-Erwood, F.C., ‘Two Incised Slabs from Lesnes Abbey, Erith, Kent’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 60 (1947), pp.119-21

Esdaile, K.A., ‘Three monumental drawings from Sir Edward Dering’s collection’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 47 (1935), p.219

Fisher, T., Drawings of Brasses in some Kentish Churches, ed. R. Griffin (privately printed, London, 1913)

Freeth, S., ‘A monumental brass in Maidstone Museum’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 103 (1986), pp.145-9

Glynne, S.R., Notes on the Churches of Kent (London, 1877)

Gough, H.E., ‘Two brasses: 1. a Newly-Found Brass from Herne Church’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 77 (1962), pp.148-53

Greenhill, F.A., ‘An incised slab at West Wickham, Kent’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 61 (1948), pp.106-8

Greenhill, F.A., ‘On the Ghosts of Some Brasses Formerly in Canterbury Cathedral’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 65 (1952), pp.137-9

Griffin, R., ‘The Sidney Tombs at Penshurst and Ludlow’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.12 (1909), pp.391-408

Griffin, R., ‘Note on the Brass of William Holyngbroke, 1375, in New Romney Church, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.2 (1910), pp.85-90

Griffin, R., ‘Kentish Items’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.4 (1911), pp.158-77; 6, pt.5 (1912), pp.181-202; 6, pt.7 (1913), pp.295-318; 6, pt.8 (1913), pp.354-71

Griffin, R., Some Indents of Lost Brasses in Kent, Canterbury Cathedral, Rochester Cathedral and Saltwood Church (London, 1914)

Griffin, R., ‘Monumental Brasses in Kent’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 31 (1915), pp.131-54

Griffin, R, ‘Monumental Brasses in Kent’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 32 (1917), pp.27-76

Griffin, R. ‘Minster-in-Sheppey, note on two brasses in the church’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 36 (1923), pp.43-7

Griffin, R., ‘Two Brasses in Mersham Church’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 45 (1933), pp.90-1

Griffin, R., ‘Monumental Brasses in Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.200-3

Griffin, R., ‘A Brass once at Staplehurst in Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), pp.271-9

Griffin R. and Stephenson, M., A List of Monumental Brasses Remaining in the County of Kent, 1921 (London, 1923)

Harris, M., ‘A Riddle Solved: incised slab to Robert Sprakling, 1590, at St. Lawrence, Ramsgate’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 92 (January 2003), pp.655-7

Hasted, E., The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent, 4 vols. (Canterbury, 1788-99)

Haines, H, ‘Brasses and Monumental Slabs in Sundridge Church’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 16 (1886), pp.275-6

Hay, T., ‘The Ledger Slabs of Canterbury Cathedral’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 109 (1991), pp.5-28

Hemp, W.J., ‘A Cobham Finial’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.4 (1946), p.157

Lack, W., Saul. N. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses in St. Mary Magdalene, Cobham, Kent (London, 1998)

Lepine, D., ‘“Shining with every Virtue”? John Hornley, vicar of Dartford, 1442-77’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 137 (February 2018), pp.730-2

Lewis, R.M., ‘Palimpsest Inscription, Erith, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.5 (1899), pp.203-5

London, H.S., ‘The Brass at Snodland, Kent, to John, son of Lancaster King of Arms’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), pp.182-3

Luxford, J., ‘An early London brass-slab in need of help at Hever, Kent’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 136 (October 2017), pp.706-7

MacMichael, N.H., ‘Kentish Items: Cobham and Goudhurst’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.9 (1962), pp.477-84, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt. 2 (1970), pp.102-11

Ninnis, R.J., ‘The Slabs and Brasses at Stone, near Dartford, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.2 (1970), pp.102-11

Ninnis, R.J., ‘The Rychers Monument at Wrotham, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.2 (1970), pp.112-16

 ‘Notes on the Brass of Sir Thomas Nevell, 1542, at Mereworth, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.6 (1899), pp.235-7

Owne, J., History of the Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Throwley, Kent (Throwley, 2004) [includes details of tombs to Sondes family]

Philpot, J., ‘A book of church notes’, ed. C.R. Councer, in A Seventeenth-century Miscellany, Kent Records, 17 (Ashford, 1960), pp.68-114

Raven, R.A., ‘Indent of Early Latin Cross with Lombardic marginal inscription at Higham, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.209-10.

‘References to brasses in Archæologia Cantiana’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), pp.188-92

Sadler, A.G., The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86): Kent, 2 vols. (1975-6); Kent Appendix (1980)

Saul, N., ‘William Maidstone at Ulcombe and Leeds’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.2 (1998), pp.132-8

Saul, N., Death, Art and Memory in Medieval England: the Cobham family and their Monuments, 1300-1500 (Oxford, 2001) [Cobham]

Saul, N., ‘The Medieval Monuments of Rochester Cathedral’, in Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology at Rochester, ed. T. Ayers and T. Tatton-Brown, Brit. Archaeol. Assoc. Conference Transactions (Leeds, 2006), pp.164-80

Sedgewick, T.E., ‘The Indents of the Despoiled Brasses in Rochester Cathedral’, Home Counties Mag., 5 (1903), pp.294-300; 6 (1904), pp.307-15

Sedgewick, T.E., ‘Notes on the Poley Monument in Rochester Cathedral’, Home Counties Mag., 5 (1903), pp.55-8

Smith, L.A., ‘The Brasses of Goodnestone next Wingham, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.3 (1982), pp.237-59

Smith, L., ‘The Allarde brasses’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 99 (1983), pp.225-30

Smith, L., ‘Change and Decay at Northfleet, Kent: The Fate of the Brass of Peter de Lacy (d.1375)’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.4 (2000-1), pp.349-61

Smith, L, The Parish Church of St. Mary of Charity, Faversham: the Brasses (Faversham, ?2005)

Stephenson, M., ‘Notes on the Monumental Brasses of Kent’, St. Paul's Ecclesiol. Soc., 5 (1903), pp.129-48

Stewart, I., ‘Knights in Armour and their ladies: the monumental brasses of Cobham, Kent’, Country Life (11 December 1969), pp.1590-2

Tester, P.J., ‘The brass to Alice Drayton in St. Mary’s church, Horton Kirby’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 96 (1980), pp.386-90

Tester, P.J., ‘The Castelyn Brass in Bexley Church’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 99 (1983), pp.259-62

Torr, V.J.B., ‘A Kentish Curiosity’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), pp.170-1

Torr, V.J.B., ‘The Adisham Indent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.204-7

Torr, V.J.B., ‘A Fourteenth Century Inscription at Ash-next-Wrotham, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.210-12

Torr, V.J.B., ‘A Priest in Cassock, and other Brasses at High Halstow, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), pp.261-5

Torr, V.J.B., ‘Re-Discovery at Eastling, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.7 (1960), p.388

Tower, R., ‘The family of Septvans’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 40 (1928), pp.105-30

Trollope, E., ‘Note [on Doddington]’, Archaeol. J., 12 (1855), p.280

Trollope, E., ‘St. John the Baptist Doddington’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 9 (1874), pp.lxxx-lxxxii.

Waller, J.G., ‘On the brass of Sir John de Northwode and Lady in Minster Church, Sheppey’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 9 (1874), pp.148-63

Waller, J.G., ‘The Lords of Cobham, their Monuments and the Church’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 11 (1877), pp.49-112; 12 (1878), pp.113-66

Waller, J.G., ‘On a curious brass at Cooling Castle’, Archaeol. J., 23 (1866), pp.233-4

Waller, J.G., ‘Observations on brasses at Margate’, Archaeol. J., 33 (1876), p.88

White, A., ‘Southfleet, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.207-8

White, A., ‘A Chalice Indent at New Romney, Kent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.300-2

Whittemore, P., ‘The Northwood Brass: Minster-in-Sheppey’, Archaeol. Cantiana, 119 (1999), pp.401-6

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

Wilson, C., ‘The Medieval Monuments’, in A History of Canterbury Cathedral, ed. P. Collinson, N. Ramsay and M. Sparks (Oxford, 1995), pp.451-510

Lancashire

Angus-Butterworth, L.M., ‘Early Lancashire brasses’, Trans. Anc. Mon. Soc., 22 (1977), pp.90-103

Beaulah, K., ‘A tile memorial and other medieval tiles at Whalley Abbey’, Trans. Lancashire and Cheshire Antiq. Soc., 49 (1933), pp.95-103

Brief Description of the Rubbings of Monumental Brasses in the Harris Free Public Library and Museum, Preston (Preston, 1914)

Chadwick, A., ‘The Pseudo-Antique Brasses of St. Chad’s, Rochdale’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.287-93

Edwards, M., ‘Medieval cross slabs and coffin lids in north Lancashire’, Contrebis, 5 (1977), pp.1-22

Edwards, M., ‘Medieval Cross-slabs in Lancashire: Work in progress’, Contrebis, 6 (1977), pp.31-3

Edwards, M., ‘Two further examples of Medieval Cross-slabs in the Lune Valley: Hornby’, Contrebis, 6 (1977), pp.34-6

Manning, P., ‘A List of Brasses in Lancaster Parish Church’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.4 (1905), pp.90-3

Thornely, J.L., Monumental Brasses of Lancashire and Cheshire (Hull, 1893; repr. Wakefield, 1975)

Trigg, J., ‘The Brass Memorials to Conflict of the Liverpool Region’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.5 (2018), pp.488-505

Waller, J.G., ‘Monumental brasses in Cheshire and Lancashire’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., 5 (1850), pp.263-5

Williams, C., ‘Cross bearing grave slabs in Mersyside’, J. Mersyside Archaeol. Soc., 9 (1995), pp.79-95

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

Leicestershire

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Leicestershire’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 16 (2000-1), p.19

Cockerham, P., ‘A Sixteenth Century Indent at Hungarton, Leicestershire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.5 (1990), pp.360-72

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Knossington, Leics.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.1 (1969), pp.32-6

Greenhill, F.A., ‘Some Leicestershire Indents’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.129-31

Greenhill, F.A., The Incised Slabs of Leicestershire and Rutland (Leicester, 1958)

Greenhill, F.A., ‘Additions to “The Incised Slabs of Leicestershire and Rutland”’, Trans. Leicestershire Archaeol. and Hist. Soc., 50 (1974-5), pp.49-53

Greenhill, F.A., ‘Some Leicestershire Indents’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9 (1954), pp.129-31

Greenhill, F.A., ‘An Incised Slab at Husbands Bosworth, Leicestershire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.5 (1990), pp.395-9

‘Leicestershire Notes’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.1 (1897), pp.52-5

Nichols, J., History of Leicestershire, 4 vols. (London, 1795-1811)

Saul, N., ‘Language, Lordship and Architecture: the Brass of Sir Thomas and Lady Walsh at Wanlip, Leicestershire, and its Context’, Midland History, 37 (2012), pp.1-16

Valentine, D.C., Church Brasses of Leicestershire (Leicester, 1975)

Whatmore, A.W., ‘Uncovering of Monuments in Packington Church’, Leicestershire and Rutland Notes and Queries, 3 (1895), pp.167-71

Wilson-Lee, K., ‘A fifteenth-century brass at Swithland Leicestershire, and the commemoration of female religious in late-medieval England’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.1 (2009), pp.25-35

Lincolnshire

Badham, S., Brasses from the North East (London, 1979)

Badham, S.F. ‘The Fens 1 series; an early fifteenth-century group of monumental brasses and incised slabs’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assoc., 142 (1989), pp.46-62

Badham, S., ‘Suffolk 1 Indents at Spalding, Lincolnshire and Waltham Abbey, Essex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.2 (1998), pp.139-42

Badham, S., The Monumental Brasses of the Collegiate Church of the Holy Trinity, Tattershall (Tattershall, 2004)

Badham, S., ‘John Hyll of Bury St. Edmunds, maker of monumental brasses?’, MBS Bulletin, 97 (September 2004), pp.754-5.

Badham, S., and Cockerham, P. (ed.), ‘The beste and fairest of al Lincolnshire’: The Church of St Botolph, Boston, Lincolnshire, and its Medieval Monuments, British Archaeological Reports, British Series, 554 (Oxford, 2012)

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Lincolnshire’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter,13 (1997-8), pp.45-7; 15 (1999-2000), p.49; 16 (2000-1), pp.19-20

Badham, S., and Sutton, T., ‘A Fourteenth Century Flemish Composite Slab from Rippingale, Lincolnshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.2 (1981), pp.152-4

Birch, C.G.R., ‘Brasses at Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.3 (1894), pp.107-9

Blair, J., ‘The Buslingthorpes and Their Monuments’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.4 (1978), pp.265-70

‘Brass at Hobling, Lincolnshire’, Gentleman’s Magazine (May, 1864), pp.762-3 [work of Pugin]

‘Brass at Clipsham, Lincolnshire’, Gentleman’s Magazine (1851), p.514 [work of Pugin]

‘Brasses in St. Michael’s Church, Stamford, Lincolnshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.1 (1910), pp.44-7

Cameron, H.K., ‘The External Brasses of Edenham, Lincs.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.542-5

Cole, R.E.G. (ed.), Lincolnshire Church Notes made by Gervase Holles 1634-42, Lincoln Record Soc., 1 (Lincoln, 1911)

Dowden, A., ‘The Return of Lady Blount’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.5 (1990), pp.356-9 [South Kyme]

Emmerson, R., ‘William Browne’s Taste in Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.4 (1978), pp.322-5

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Tomb Grille with Latten Inscription’ [from Snarford], Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.7 (1949), pp.314-15

Freeth, S., ‘Two Brass Fragments in Scunthorpe Museum’, BullMon. Brass Soc., 134 (February 2017), p.676.

Gilmour, B.J.J. and Stocker, D.A., St. Mark’s Church and Cemetery [Lincoln], CBA Trust for Lincoln Archaeology (London, 1986)

Greenhill, F.A., Monumental Incised Slabs in the County of Lincoln (Newport Pagnell, 1986)

Harvey, J.H., Catherine Swynford’s Chantry, Lincoln Minster Pamphlets, 2nd ser., 6 (Lincoln, 1976)

Jeans, G.E., A List of the Existing Brasses in Lincolnshire, Supplement to Lincolnshire Notes and Queries (Horncastle, 1892-5)

Jeans, G.E., ‘The Sepulchral Brasses of Lincolnshire’, in Memorials of Old Lincolnshire, ed. E.M. Sympson (London, 1911), pp.198-205

Jones, H.W., ‘An Unrecorded Brass at Wickenby, Lincs.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.66-7

Lamp R., ‘Foot Inscriptions on Three Lincolnshire Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.1 (2003), pp.14-30

Laing, C.E., A Descriptive Guide to the Excavation at Bardney Abbey (Lincoln, [1913?])

Lepine, D., ‘“Pause and pray with mournful heart”: Late Medieval Clerical Monuments in Lincoln Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.1 (2014), pp.15-40

Macalister, R.A.S., ‘The Norton Disney Inscription’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.7 (1896), pp.301-2

Massingberd, W.C., ‘The Massingberds of Sutterton, Gunby and Ormby’, The Ancestor, 7 (1903), p.1

Monson, Lord (ed.), Lincolnshire Church Notes made by William John Monson F.S.A 1828-40, Lincoln Record Soc., 31 (Lincoln, 1936)

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘Norton Disney, Linc.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.6 (1895), pp.216-23

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘Lincoln Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.8 (1897), pp.314-26; 3, pt.2 (1898), pp.67-87; 3, pt.3 (1898), pp.119-42

Sanderson, R., Lincoln Cathedral: An Exact Copy of all the Ancient Monumental Inscriptions (London and Lincoln, 1851)

Stephenson, M., ‘Brasses in Tattershall Church, Lincolnshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.10 (1908), pp.326-37; 5, pt.11 (1909), pp.371-80

Surry, N., ‘Re-dating the Brass to Margaret Copuldyk, Harrington, Lincolnshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.259-61

Surry, N., ‘A Brass to a Seventh Son at Somersby, Lincolnshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.262-4

Surry, N., ‘The Becke Brass at St. Benedict’s, Lincoln’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.265-7

Surry, N., ‘Folk Tradition and Brasses: Two examples from Lincolnshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), p.483

Thompson, P, History and Antiquities of Boston (Boston, 1856)

Waller, J.G., ‘On the brass of an Archbishop at Edenham, Lincolnshire’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 12 (1885-9), p.306

Wheeldon, The Monumental Brasses in St. Botolph’s Church, Boston (Boston, 1973)

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

Middlesex (including London)

Andrews, H.C., ‘The Chaworthe Brass formerly in the Savoy Chapel, London’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), pp.281-4

Askew, P., ‘Early Medieval Purbeck Marble Grave Slabs from Southwark’, Church Monuments, 13 (1998), pp.15-16

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: London and Middlesex’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter, 14 (1998-9), pp.41-4; 15 (1999-2000), p.49; 16 (2000-1), p.20

Barrow, G.B., Bromley Brasses (Bromley, 1978)

Beloe, E.M., Photolithographs of Monumental Brasses in Westminster Abbey (London, 1898)

Bergne, F. à C., ‘The Provenance of the Reverse of the Fowler Palimpsest at Islington’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.8 (1908), pp.241-2

Bertram, J., ‘London Notes (I): Gleanings from the City churchyards’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.2 (1987), pp.143-50

Bertram, J., ‘Newdegate must fall’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 137 (February 2018), pp.733-4 [Harefield]

Blundell, J.W., Westminster Abbey: the Monuments (London, 1989)

Boutell, C., ‘Monumental Brasses of London and Middlesex’, Trans. London and Middlesex Archaeol. Soc., 1 (1855-9), pp.67-112

Cameron, H.K., ‘The Brasses of Middlesex’, Trans. London and Middlesex Archaeol. Soc., 10 (1951), pp.267-75; 11 (1952-4), pp.48-57, 148-57; 18 (1955), pp.27-37; 19 (1957-8), pp.97-107, 156-67; 19 (1959-60), pp.2-16, 56-75, 174-93; 21 (1967), pp.98-108; 22 (1968-70), pp.48-52; 24 (1973), pp.162-76; 24 (1974), pp.303-9; 30 (1979), pp.138-51; 31 (1980) pp.98-109; 32 (1981), pp.140-50; 33 (1982), pp.366-75; 34 (1983), pp.213-29

Cameron, H.K., ‘Palimpsest Brasses in Middlesex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.6 (1958), pp.311-28

Chivers, D., ‘Two French Incised Slabs in the British Museum’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.4 (2000-1), pp.387-93

Cole, A.C., ‘The Cuttinge Brass at St. Katharine’s’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.152-5

Davies, R., ‘A Note upon the Brass of Sir Arthur Gorges (A.D. 1625) in Chelsea Old Church’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.8 (1897), pp.329-31

Dennison, L., ‘French or Flemish?: A Fragment of a Pontifical Brass in the British Museum’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc.,16, pt.4 (2000-1), pp.327-48

Dugdale, W., History of St. Pauls Cathedral in London (London, 1658)

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Charterhouse, London’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.9 (1962), pp.464-74

Fisher, P., The Tombs, Monuments etc. visible in St. Paul’s Cathedral previous to its destruction in fire AD 1666 (London, 1684; privately repr., 1885)

Fisher, P., Catalogue of the Tombs in the Churches of the City of London A.D. 1666 (London, 1885)

Foster, R., Patterns of Thought: The Hidden Meaning of the Great Pavement of Westminster Abbey (London, 1991)

Freeman, J., ‘The Commemorative Stategies of the Frowyks of Medieval London and Middlesex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc.,18, pt.5 (2013), pp.391-422

Freeth, S., ‘Brasses at St. George Botolph Lane, London, in 1574’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.1 (1986), pp.69-71

Freeth, S., ‘The Brasses of the British Museum: A Historical Survey’, Trans.Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.4 (2000-1), pp.304-14 [this volume of Trans.is devoted to the B.M.’s brasses]

Freeth, S., ‘A List of Brasses in the British Museum’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.4 (2000-2001), pp.394-442

Freeth, Stephen, and Chivers, Derrick, ‘Fragments of medieval tomb slabs at St. Paul’s Cathedral’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 141 (2019), pp. 810-12

Freeth, S., Stuchfield, H.M., and Whittemore, P., Edmonton, Middlesex (London, 2017).

Freeth, S., Stuchfield, H.M., and Whittemore, P., Tottenham, Middlesex (London, 2018).

Freeth, Stephen, Stuchfield, H. Martin, and Whittemore, Philip, Willesden, Middlesex (London: Monumental Brass Society, 2019)

Greenhill, F.A., ‘Austin Friars, London’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.7 (1949), pp.330-41

Greenhill, F.A., ‘St. George’s, Southwark’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), p.132

Greenwood, J.R., ‘The Will of Thomas Salter of London’, Norfolk Archaeol., 38 (1983), pp.280-95

Halls, H., ‘The Lost Monumental Brasses of the Church of St. Mary, Stoke Newington’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.8 (1942), pp.368-70

Jewers, A.J., Monumental Inscriptions and Heraldry in St. Olave’s, Hart Street, London (London, 1929)

Kaye, W.J., ‘Matrix of the Brass of Sir John Goldesburgh, 1618, in the Temple Church, London’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 32 (1935), pp.160-6

Kerr, P.W., and Kaye, W.J., ‘Brasses in the Temple Church, London’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.1 (1934), pp.5-17; 7, pt.3 (1936), pp.113-14

Lack, W., and Whittemore, P., ‘British Museum IV (10) Skipwith Shield: An Additional Note’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.5 (2002), pp.488-92

Lewis, R.W.M., ‘An Indent in old S. Pancras Church, London’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), pp.184-5

London, H.S., ‘The Lost Brass to John Clarenceux, 1428’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.6 (1958), pp.301-3 [St. Olave, Hart Street]

Macalister, R.A.S., ‘The Brasses of Old St. Paul’s’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.2 (1893), pp.45-54; 2, pt.3 (1894), pp.91-7

Meara, D., ‘A brass for Fleet Street’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 92 (January 2003), p.658

Meara, D., ‘A Brass to Samuel Richardson’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.3 (2005), pp.273-6

Meara, D., ‘The Brass to Lieutenant R.L. Ward, 1916, formerly in St. Mary’s Soho, (Charing Cross) London’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 131 (2016), p.611

Misselbrook, C.G., The Monumental Brasses of All-Hallows-by-the-Tower, (London, 1953)

The Monumental Brasses of St. Helen’s Church, Bishopsgate, portfolio (s.l., c.1985)

Oliver, A., ‘Notes on the brass of Andrew Evyngar’, Jnl. Brit. Archaeol. Assoc., 48 (1892), pp.263-4

Oliver A., ‘Notes on the Brasses in the British Museum’, Antiquity, 25 (1892), pp.197-200 [also refers to brasses in the V&A and the Geological Museum]

Oliver, A., ‘Monumental Brasses in the City of London’, Antiquity, 5 (1909), pp.54-8

Oman, C., ‘A Recent Acquisition of the Victoria and Albert Museum’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), p.204

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Palimpsest from Great Greenford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), p.285

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘An Indent from Old St. Paul’s’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.1 (1969), p.42

Pidgeon, L., ‘An Aristocratic Brass in Late Fifteenth-Century England’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.4 (2017), pp.358-69 [Hillingdon]

Potter, G., Westminster Abbey Monumental Brasses and Brass Rubbing (London?, 1961)

Rogers, N., ‘The Lost Brass of Richard Lyons’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.3 (1982), pp.232-6 [St. James Garlickhithe]

Rogers, N., ‘John Killingworth, alias Gloucester, “Orginmaker”’,Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.4 (1983), pp.343-6 [Old St. Paul’s]

Rogers, N., ‘Two Palimpsest Roundels’ [in the British Museum], Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.4 (2000-1), pp.362-9

Rogers, N., ‘Concordance of British Museum Registration and Mill Stephenson Numbers’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.4 (2000-1), pp.443-6

Saul, N., ‘The Fragments of the Golafre Brass in Westminster Abbey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.1 (1992), pp.19-32

Speight, M.E., ‘The Charlton Brasses at Edmonton, Middlesex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.265-7

Steer, C., ‘The Canons of St. Paul’s and their Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.3 (2016), pp.213-34

Steer, C., ‘The Death of Achilles: The Funerary Brass of Sir Humphrey Bourchier’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.5 (2018), pp.425-44

Steer, Christian, ‘“Under the tombe that I have there prepared”: Monuments for the Tailors and Merchant Tailors of Medieval London’, in Memorializing the Middle Classes in Medieval and Renaissance Europe, ed. Anne Leader (Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, 2018), pp. 107-27

Stephenson, M., ‘Notes on the Monumental Brasses of Middlesex’, St. Paul’s Ecclesiol. Soc., 4 (1895), pp.221-33

Stephenson, M., ‘An Impression of an Episcopal Brass, being that of John Bell, Bishop of Worcester, now replaced in the Church of St. James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.1 (1897), pp.56-7

Stephenson, M., ‘Brasses in the Church of St. Mary, Islington, Middlesex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.7 (1907), pp.165-70

Stow, J., A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster and the Borough of Southwark (London, 1589, many subsequent edns.)

Surry, N., ‘Incised Memorials to the Smalpage Family. Part II: St. Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.256-8

Tanner, J.D., ‘Tombs of royal babies in Westminster Abbey’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assoc., N.S., 16 (1953), pp.26-40

Tanner, L.E., and Macmichael, N.H., ‘An Indent in Westminster Abbey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.95-6

Torr, V.J.B., ‘An Unrecorded Lady at Willesden, Middlesex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), pp.284-6

Wagner, A.R., and D’Elboux, R.H., ‘A Commemorative Brass to Bishop Ralph Walpole from the Cloister at Strawberry Hill’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.3 (1945), pp.99-102

Waller, J.G., ‘On sepulchral brasses in All Hallows Barking’, Trans. London and Middlesex Archaeol. Soc., 2 (1859), pp.160-4

Waller, J.G., ‘On sepulchral brasses in St. Olave Hart Street’, Trans. London and Middlesex Archaeol. Soc., 2 (1859), pp.164-6

Whittemore, P., Monumental Brasses of London (privately printed, 1987)

Whittemore, P.,  Monumental Brasses of London; an Appendix (privately printed, 1990)

Whittemore, P., ‘Monumental Brasses formerly in the Church of St. Leonard, Shoreditch’, Church Monuments, 17 (2002), pp.54-67

Whittemore, P., ‘On a brass formerly in the church of St. Dunstan-in-the-West’, Trans. London and Middlesex Archaeol. Soc., 52 (2001), pp.167-8

Whittemore P., ‘A Note on the Castell Brass at Littleton, Middlesex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt. 1 (2003), p.77

Whittemore W, ‘The Guildford Tomb in Chelsea Old Church’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.2 (2004), pp.132-5

Whittemore, P., ‘Animal Creation: the Curious Brass to Thomas Rymer Jones’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.5 (2013), pp.490-4 [King’s College Chapel, London]

Whittemore, P., ‘The Lost Brass to John Dunstaple, ‘Musitian’, 1453, formerly in St. Stephen, Walbrook, London’, Bull. MonBrass Soc., 124 (October 2013), pp.474-5

Whittemore, P., ‘Sir William Weston, last Prior of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, d.1540 and his monument’, London and Middlesex Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 65 (2014), pp. 271-82 [St. James, Clerkenwell]

Whittemore, P., ‘No cause to mourne though here he lye’: Funerary Monuments in London c.1000 to 1666 (London, 2017)

Williams, J.F., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Hackney, Middlesex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.3 (1905), pp.53-73

Williams, J.F., ‘A Bishop of Norwich who never was’, Norfolk Archaeol., 23 (1965), pp.56-62

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

Wright, J.S.N., The Brasses of Westminster Abbey (London, 1969)

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Norfolk

Andre, J.L., ‘Female head-dresses exemplified by Norfolk brasses’, Norfolk Archaeol., 14 (1901), pp.242-62

Badham, S., ‘Brasses to the Brasyer Family in St. Stephen’s Church, Norwich’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.4 (1978), pp.295-9

Badham, S., ‘“Beautiful Remains of Antiquity”: the Medieval Monuments in the Former Trinitarian Priory Church at Ingham, Norfolk. Part 1: The lost brasses’, Church Monuments, 21 (2006), pp.7-33

Badham, S., ‘The Brass to a Man Holding a Church at North Creake’, Norfolk Archaeology, 47 (2014), pp.31-6

Badham, S., and Fiske, R., ‘John Sell Cotman's Sepulchral Brasses of Norfolk and Suffolk’,  Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.5 (2002), pp.500-45

Batcock, N., The Ruined and Disused Churches of Norfolk, East Anglian Archaeology Report 51 (Dereham, 1991)

Bayliss, J., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Norfolk’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 15 (1999), pp.10-21

Bayliss J., ‘Thomas Gooding or Goodwin, a Norwich Freemason’, in Norwich: Medieval and Early Modern Art, Architecture and Archaeology, ed. T.A. Heslop and H.E. Lunnon, B.A.A. Conference Trans., 38 (Leeds, 2015), pp.324-40

Belle, R. van, ‘The World of Folly: The Foot Panels of the Walsokne Brass and the Persistence of their Iconography over the Centuries’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.3 (2005), pp.185-222; 17, pt. 4 (2006), pp.354-94

Beloe, E.M., A Series of Photolithographs of Monumental Brasses in Norfolk (privately printed, 1890-1)

Beloe, E.M., junr., ‘A List of Brasses existing in the Churches of St. Margaret and St. Nicholas, King’s Lynn in the year 1764’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.2 (1893), pp.57-9

Bertram, J., ‘A Monumental Brass at Stonor Park’, Antiq. J., 74 (1994), pp.332-4 [Felmingham]

Binski, P., ‘The coronation of the Virgin on the Hastings brass at Elsing, Norfolk’, Church Monuments, 1 (1985), pp.1-9

Birch, C.G.R., ‘The Necton and Great Cressingham Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.5 (1895), pp.179-81

Birch, C.G.R., ‘On certain brasses at Necton and Great Cressingham’, Norfolk Archaeol., 12 (1895), pp.298-303

Blatchly, J.M., ‘The Brasses of Sharrington, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.159-68

Blatchly, J.M., ‘The Lost Cross Brasses of Norfolk, 1300-1400’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc.,13, pt.2 (1981), pp.87-107

Blomefield, F., An Essay Towards a History of Norfolk, 5 vols. (Fersfield, Norwich and Lynn, 1739-55; 2nd and more complete edn., 1805-10)

Bond, H., ‘Brasses at Little Walsingham, Norfolk’, Norfolk Archaeol., 33 (1965), pp.450-6

Boutell, C, ‘Plates of two Sepulchral Brasses’, Norfolk Archaeol., 1 (1847), pp.355-6 [Felbrigg]

Boutell, C, ‘Notes on the Sepulchral Brass of the Rev. Henry Martin, Yaxham, Norfolk’, Norfolk Archaeol., 2 (1849), p.110

Buckland, J.S.P., ‘The Walsokne Brass, King’s Lynn, 1349, and its Windmill’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.5 (1990), pp.342-52

Cameron, H.K., ‘The fourteenth-century Flemish brasses at King's Lynn’, Archaeol. J., 136 (1979), pp.151-72

Campling, A., ‘Thomas Blundeville of Newton Flotman, co. Norfolk (1522-1606)’, Norfolk Archaeol., 21 (1923), pp.336-60

Chivers, C., ‘Ingham, Norfolk’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 121 (2012), pp.414-15

Clark, H.O., ‘Notes on three Palimpsest Brasses recently discovered in Norfolk’, Norfolk Archaeol., 21 (1923), pp.52-63

Clark, H.O., ‘More Norfolk Palimpsest Brasses’, Norfolk Archaeol., 22 (1924), pp.59-74

Clark, R.H., ‘New Brass at West Rudham’, Norfolk Archaeol., 25, pt.1 (1933), p.162

Clark, H.O., ‘An eighteenth century record of Norfolk sepulchral brasses’, Norfolk Archaeol., 26 (1938), pp.85-102

Cooper, B., ‘Golden Gyfts in Brasse’, Norfolk Fair, 3, no.9 (January 1971), pp.30-3

Cooper, B., ‘Brass of the Month: Ormesby St. Margaret’, Norfolk Fair, 3, no.10 (February 1971), p.37

Cooper, B., ‘Brass a Month: Hellesdon’, Norfolk Fair, 3, no.11 (March 1971), p.40

[Cooper, B.], ‘Brass a Month: Ditchingham’, Norfolk Fair, 3, no.12 (April 1971), p.29

[Cooper, B.], ‘Brass a Month: Blickling’, Norfolk Fair, 4, no.1 (May 1971), p.26 ff.

Cooper, B., ‘Brass a Month visits Felbrigg’, Norfolk Fair, 4, no.2 (June 1971), pp.16-18

Cooper, B., ‘Brass a Month: Erpingham’, Norfolk Fair, 4, no.3 (July 1971), p.40

Cooper, B., ‘Brass a Month: Kirby Bedon’, Norfolk Fair, 4, no.5 (September 1971), p.21

Cooper, B., ‘Brass a Month: St. John de Sepulchre’, Norfolk Fair, 4, no.6 (October 1971), p.54

Cooper, B., ‘Brass a Month: Antingham’, Norfolk Fair, 4, no.7 (November 1971), p.40

Cooper, B., ‘Brass a Month: St. Andrew’s Norwich’, Norfolk Fair, 4, no.8 (December 1971), p.13

Cooper, B., ‘Brass a Month: Merton’, Norfolk Fair, 4, no.9 (January 1972), p.26 ff.

Cooper, B., ‘Brass a Month: St. Margaret's Church Norwich’, Norfolk Fair, 4, no.10 (February 1972), p.11

Cooper, B., ‘Brass a Month: Little Plumstead’, Norfolk Fair, 4, no.11 (March 1972), pp.31, 48

Cooper, T. (ed.), The Journal of William Dowsing (Woodbridge, 2001)

Cotman, J.S., Engravings of the Most Remarkable of the Sepulchral Brasses of Norfolk (Yarmouth, 1819; 2nd edn. London, 1838; 3rd edn. (with Suffolk) London, 1839)

Cozens-Hardy, B., ‘A Note on the Sepulchral Slab at Hickling Church’, Norfolk Archaeol., 22 (1924), pp.79-82

d’Elboux, R.H., ‘The Reproduction of East Anglian Brasses’, East Anglian Magazine (August 1947), pp.653-7

Dennison, L. and Rogers, N., ‘The Elsing brass and its East Anglian connections’, in Fourteenth Century England, vol.1, ed. N. Saul (Woodbridge, 2000), pp.167-93

Dufty, A.R., ‘The Hastings brass in Elsing church’, Archaeol. J., 106 (1949), pp.103-4

Edwards, L., ‘The Historical and Legendary Background of the Wodehouse and Peacock Feast Motifs in the Walsokne and Braunche Brasses’, 8, pt.7 (1949), pp.300-11

Evans, E.B., ‘Notes on an Engraved Slab and Brass Figures in Dunston Church, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.6 (1906), pp.153-7

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Two Inscriptions to Nuns’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.7 (1949), pp.312-13

Evans, H.F.O., ‘A Find of Palimpsests at Little Walsingham, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.3 (1965), pp.204-9

Farrer, E., A List of Monumental Brasses remaining the County of Norfolk (Norwich, 1900)

Farrer, E., Church Heraldry of Norfolk, 1-9 (Norwich, 1885-93)

Farrer, E., ‘List of some brasses in Norfolk’, Norfolk Archaeol., 13 (1898), pp.192-8

Field, H.E., ‘Palimpsest Brass in Shimpling Church, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.5 (1899), p.219

Finch, J., ‘The Monuments’, in Atherton, I., Fernie, E., Harper-Bill, C. and Smith, H., Norwich Cathedral (London, 1996), pp.467-93

Finch, J., Church Monuments in Norfolk before 1850, BAR British Series 317 (Oxford, 2000)

Finch, J., ‘Commemorating change: an archaeological interpretation of monuments in Norfolk before 1400’, Church Archaeol., 4 (2000), pp.27-41

Fiske, R., ‘An important indent for a lost brass at All Saints Church, East Barsham’, Norf. Archaeol., 44 (2002-5), pp.713-17

Forster, L, ‘The Dutch Monumental Inscription in St. Mary’s Church, Haddiscoe’, Norfolk Archaeol., 41 (1990), pp.62-5

Goodall, J.A., ‘Death and the impenitent avaricious king; an unique brass at Frenze, Norfolk’, Apollo (1987), pp.264-6

Green, D., ‘The Brass of Sir Nicholas Dagworth’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.5 (2018), pp.416-24

Greenwood, J.R., ‘The Brasses of All Saints, Norwich’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.3 (1977), pp.215-18

Greenwood, J.R., ‘A Brass Fixed in the Wrong Norfolk Church’, Norfolk Archaeol., 37 (1980), p.314 ff.

Greenwood, J.R., ‘Lost Brasses from Attlebridge, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.4 (1983), pp.347-9

Greenwood, J.R., ‘Extracts from Wills on Gravestones at Fersfield and Stratton St. Michael, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.5 (1984), pp.381-6

Greenwood, R. and Norris, M., The Brasses of Norfolk Churches (Holt, 1976)

Greenhill, F.A., ‘An incised slab at Gressenhall’, Norfolk Archaeology, 33 (1965), pp.423-6

Harry, D., ‘A Cadaver in Context: the Shroud Brass of John Brigge Revisited’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.2 (2015), pp.101-10

Hartshorne, A. and St. John Hope, W.H., ‘On the brass of Sir Hugh Hastings in Elsing Church’, Archaeologia, 60 (1906), pp.25-42

Hood, C. (ed.), The Chorography of Norfolk (Norwich, 1938)

Hooper, B., Rickett, S., Rogerson, A. and Yaxley, S. ‘The Grave of Sir Hugh de Hastyngs, Elsing’, Norfolk Archaeol., 39 (1984), pp.88-99

Howard, J.J., ‘Lost Monumental Brass of Themas Waterdeyn, Mayor of Lynn’, Archaeologia, 39, pt.2 (1864), pp.504-5

Hunter, J, ‘History and Topography of Ketteringham’, Norfolk Archaeol., 3 (1852), pp.245-314

Kent, E.A., ‘Notes on the Blackfriars’ Hall or Dutch Church, Norwich’, Norfolk Archaeol., 22 (1924), pp.86-108

King, D., ‘The Indent of John Aylward: Glass and Brass at East Harling’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.3 (2011), pp.251-67

Laishley, A.L., ‘Ladies fashions on church brasses’, East Anglian Magazine (July 1956), pp.522-7

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘On brasses’, East Anglian Magazine (July 1935), pp.52-4

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘Some Notes on the Brasses in Baconsthorpe Church, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.1 (1943), pp.23-9

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘The Scargill Memorial, Mulbarton Church, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.3 (1945), pp.91-3

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘Wymondham, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.3 (1945), p.98

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘The Brasses at Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), pp.196-202

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘The Calthorpe Brasses at Antingham and at Blakeney, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.264-9

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘East Anglian Chalice Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.8 (1950), pp.356-65

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘Wiveton, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.1 (1952), pp.12-16

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘Mannington, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.170-1

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘Oxnead, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.236-45

Luxford, J., ‘The Hastings Brass at Elsing: A Contextual Analysis’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.3 (2011), pp.193-211

Luxford, Julian, ‘“Ex terra vis”: The Cadaver Brass of Richard and Cecily Howard at Aylesham’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 20 (2019), pp. 64-79

Mander, R.P., ‘East Anglian brasses’, East Anglian Magazine (March 1947), pp.340-6

Mann, J.G., ‘A 15th century description of the brass of Sir Hugh Hastings at Elsing, Norfolk’, Antiq. J., 19 (1939), pp.421-8

Manning, C.R, ‘Lost brasses’, Norfolk Archaeol., 6 (1864), pp.3-26

Manning, C.R, ‘Elsing church’, Norfolk Archaeol., 6 (1864), pp.200-12

Manning, C.R, ‘Notice of a monumental brass, discovered under the pews in St. Stephen’s church, Norwich', Norfolk Archaeol., 6 (1864), pp.295-9

Manning, C.R, ‘Monumental inscriptions in Norfolk omitted in Blomefield’s history of the county’, Norfolk Archaeol., 10 (1884-7), pp.192-224; 11 (1888-91), pp.72-104 and 182-207

Milner, J.D., ‘Sir Simon Felbrigg, K.G: The Lancastrian revolution and Personal Fortune’, Norfolk Archaeol., 37 (1978), pp.84-91

Mourin, K., The Hastings Brass at Elsing, Norfolk, Norfolk Heraldic Monograph no.3 (Dereham, 2001)

Parsons, W.L.E., ‘Some Notes on the Boleyn Family’, Norfolk Archaeol., 25 (1935), pp.386-407

Pearson, R.H., ‘Recently Discovered Palimpsest Brasses: Stokesby, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.1 (1934), pp.18-23

Rogers, N., ‘Ogygius and the Knight’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.4 (1989), pp.273-6 [Little Walsingham]

Rogers, N., ‘The Frenze Palimpsest’, in Tributes to Nigel Morgan, ed. J.M. Luxford and M.A. Michael (London, 2010), pp.223-37

Slegg, W.B., ‘The Chamberlaine Tomb at East Harling, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.3 (1936), pp.126-9

Slegg, W.B., ‘An Indent at West Harling, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), pp.286-8

Southwick, L., ‘The Armour depicted on the Hastings Brass compared with that on contemporary Monuments’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.3 (1988), pp.173-96

Stephenson, M, ‘An additional Note on the Paston Brass at Paston’, Norfolk Archaeol., 21, pt.1 (1921), pp.33-6

Stephenson, M, ‘Note on the Palimpsest Brass of Robert Rugge 1558 in the church of St. John Maddermarket, Norwich’, Norfolk Archaeol., 14 (1901), pp.3-9

Stephenson, M., ‘Palimpsest Brasses in Norfolk’, Norfolk Archaeol., 15, pt.1 (1903), pp.61-90

Stephenson, M., ‘A Note on the Brass of Thomas Leman, priest, 1534, at Southacre, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.6 (1906), pp.157-8

Thurlow, G. and Whittingham, A.B., ‘An incised grave cover’, Norfolk Archaeol., 33 (1973), pp.503-4, 2 papers [St. Benet’s Hulme]

Wagner, A.R. and Mann, J.G., ‘A fifteenth century description of the brass of Sir Hugh Hastings at Elsing, Norfolk’, Antiq. J., 29 (1939), pp.421-8

Warner, J.L., ‘Little Walsingham Church’, Norfolk Archaeol., 6 (1864), pp.257-71

Wilkins, N., ‘The Birds, the Bishop and the Music of Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.3 (1988), pp.205-16 [Braunche brass, King’s Lynn]

Williams, J.F., ‘A Brass restored to Lessingham Church, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), p.176

Williams, J.F., ‘North Burlingham, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), pp.266-70

Williams, J.F., ‘The Brasses of Heigham Church, Norwich’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.4 (1946), pp.145-7

Williams, J.F., ‘The Brasses of St. Margaret’s Church, Norwich’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.118-25

Williams, J.F., ‘Two Norwich Palimpsests’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.234-5

Williams, J.F., ‘A Palimpsest Brass at St Margaret’s Church, Norwich’, Norfolk Archaeol., 31 (1955-7), pp.219-23

Williams, J.F., ‘The Brasses of Norwich Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.7 (1960), pp.366-74

Williams, J.F., and Linnell, C.L.S., ‘Whitwell and Reepham, Norfolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.164-7

Wippell, D.H., ‘King’s Lynn, Norfolk, Parish Church of St. Margaret’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.197-8

Wodderspoon, J., ‘Discovery of Stone Coffins, Leaden Sepulchral Chest, Skeletons, and Incised Slab, of the 13th Century, at Drayton’, Norfolk Archaeol., 6 (1864), pp.132-44

Northamptonshire

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Northamptonshire’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 15 (1999-2000), pp.42-3; 16 (2000-1), p.20

Baker, G., The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton, 2 vols. (London, 1822-41)

Bertram, J. (ed.), The Catesby Family and their Brasses at Ashby St. Ledgers (London, 2006)

Bloxam, M.H., ‘On the Medieval Sepulchral Antiquities of Northamptonshire’, Archaeol. J., 35 (1878), pp.242-62

Bridges, J., History and Antiquities of the County of Northamptonshire, 2 vols. (Oxford, 1762-91)

‘Contributions to a Complete Exploration of Northamptonshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.1 (1897), pp.47-51

Egan, B., ‘A Palimpsest Discovery at Ashby St. Legers, Northants’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.101-4

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Easton Neston, Northants’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.2 (1952), pp.50-9

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Blisworth, Northants’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.9 (1962), pp.489-92

Evans, H.F.O., ‘A Puzzling Tomb at Courteenhall, Northants’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.77-8

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Brass of Sir William Fitzwilliams and Wife at Marholm, Northants.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.2 (1981), pp.155-62

Greenhill, F.A., ‘Some Additions to the Northamptonshire List’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.272-7; 9, pt.6 (1958), pp.297-300; 9, pt.9 (1962), pp.512-24; 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.79-84; 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.174-81

Greenwood, J.R., ‘Fawsley, Northants’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.253-6

Hartshorne, C.H., An Endeavour to Classify the Sepulchral Remains in Northamptonshire (Cambridge, 1840) 

Hudson, F., The Sepulchral Brasses of Northamptonshire (London, 1853)

Hyett, W.H., Sepulchral memorials in Northamptonshire (London, 1817)

‘An Interesting Discovery at Barnack’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), p.182

Kinsey, R., ‘Each According to their Degree: the Lost Brasses of the Thorpes of Northamptonshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.4 (2012), pp.311-33

Norris, M., ‘Catesby brasses at Ashby St. Legers’, Ricardian, 39 (1972), pp.28-32

Pearson, R.H., ‘Kelmarsh, Northants’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.2 (1944), pp.66-7

Rawlins, M., and Egan, B., ‘Repairs to the Laurence de St. Maur Brass at Higham Ferrers’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.11-15

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘Contributions to a Complete Exploration of Northamptonshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.8 (1897), pp.345-6

Saul, N., ‘Two Fifteenth-century Brasses at Dodford, Northants’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.3 (1977), pp.210-14

Serjeantson, R.M., ‘The Restoration of the long-lost brass of Sir William Catesby’ [at Ashby St. Legers], Assoc. Architec. Socs., 31 (1912), pp.519-24

Sparvel-Bayley, J.A., ‘Monumental Brasses of Northamptonshire’, Northampton Herald  (24 May 1890)

Whittemore W., ‘The Brass of Edward, Duke of York, d.1415, at Fotheringhay, Northants.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.2 (2004), pp.128-31

Whittemore, P., ‘Brass and Glass: George Washington’s Ancestor – Laurence Washington of Sulgrave, Northamptonshire’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 131 (February 2016), pp.607-10

Northumberland

Badham, S.F., ‘A Fourteenth Century Flemish Composite Slab from the Newcastle Blackfriars’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.1 (1986), pp.44-9

Blair, C.H.H. (ed.), Northumberland Monuments, Newcastle Records Committee 4 (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1924)

Cambridge, E. and Williams, A.R., ‘Hexham Abbey: a review of recent work and its implications’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 23 (1995), pp.51-138

Charlton, E., ‘On the sepulchral slabs existing in the counties of Durham and Northumberland’, Archaeol. J., 5 (1848), pp.252-8

Charlton, O.J., ‘Notes on a Matrix in the Church of St. Andrew, Newcastle-upon-Tyne’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt. 5 (1895), pp. 182-4

Charlton, O.J., ‘A Trinity Brass at Newcastle-on-Tyne’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.1 (1934), pp.33-4

Coatsworth, E., The Carved Stones of Woodhorn Church, Wansbeck District Council (Ashington, 1981)

Corda, S., ‘Vincent Bartley on the Blessed Sacrament Chapel memorial brasses’, Magazine of St. Mary’s Cathedral, Newcastle, 27-8 (September 2004-February 2005), p.18

Edlestone, R.H., ‘Some Teesdale Tomb Slabs’, Trans. Architec. and Archaeol. Soc. of Durham and Northumberland, 7 (1936), pp.223-35

Edleston, R.H., ‘Incised monumental slabs in Northumberland and Durham’, Archaeol. Aeliana, 4th ser., 15 (1939), pp.71-86

Peers, C., ‘The Inscribed and Sculptured Stones of Lindisfarne’, Archaeologia, 74 (1924), pp.255-70

Waller, J.G., ‘Notes on some Brasses in the Counties of Northumberland and Durham’, Archaeol. Aeliana, N.S., 15 (1892), pp.76-89

Nottinghamshire

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Nottinghamshire’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter, 15 (1999-2000), pp.43-4

Bramley, J., ‘Nottinghamshire Monumental Brasses’, Nottingham Countryside, 6, no.1  (July 1942); 6, no.2 (October 1942)

Bramley, J., ‘Nottinghamshire Monumental Brasses’, Trans. Thoroton Soc., 17 (1913), pp.121-44

Briscoe, J.P. and Field, H.E., Monumental Brasses of Nottinghamshire (Nottingham, 1904)

Briscoe, J.P., ‘[Peckham Monumental Brass in Ossington Church]’, Trans. Thoroton Soc., 6 (1902), pp.65-8

Butler, L.A.B., ‘Medieval Cross-Slabs in Nottinghamshire’, Trans. Thoroton Soc., 56 (1952), pp.25-40

Butler, L.A.B., ‘An unrecorded brass at Bothamsall church’, Trans. Thoroton Soc., 67 (1963), pp.25-7

Carrington, D., ‘A re-used alabaster ledger slab at Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter, 13 (1997-8), pp.38-40

Chivers, D., ‘The Recovery of the Tonstall Brass at Clayworth, Notts.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.3 (1988), pp.241-3

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Palimpsest Brasses at Ossington, Nottinghamshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.303-10

Field, H.E., ‘Brass of an Ecclesiastic, c.1400, Stanford-on-Soar, Nottinghamshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.6 (1895), p.215

Field, H.E., ‘Notes on the Brasses in the Churches of Wollaton and Strelley, Nottinghamshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.5 (1899), pp.219-26

Field, H.E., ‘The Brasses in Clifton Church, Nottinghamshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.6 (1899), pp.249-53

Frost, A.E., ‘Annesley Church: a note on the brass of William Breton’, Thoroton Soc. Trans., 16 (1912), pp.165-6

Hulbert, C.L., ‘Radulph Babyngton, 1521: Hickling, Notts.’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.2 (1893), pp.60-2

King, R.W. and Russell, J., History of Arnold (Nottingham, 1913)

Lack, W., ‘Repairs to the Fleming Brass at Newark, Notts.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.510-15

Lee, J., ‘“Tis the sheep have paid for all”: Merchant Commemoration in Late Medieval Newark’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.4 (2017), pp.301-27

‘Note on the Brass of Ann Ballard, 1626, Radcliffe Church, Nottinghamshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.5 (1899), pp.215-18

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘Newark, Nottinghamshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.6 (1895), pp.226-33

Saul, N., ‘The contract for the brass of Richard Willoughby (d.1471) at Wollaton (Notts.)’, Nottingham Medieval Studies, 50 (2006), pp.166-93

Thoroton, J., The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire, 3 vols. (1st edn. London 1677; 3rd edn. with additions by J. Throsby (London, 1797)

Oxfordshire

Adams, R.A., Memorial Inscriptions in St. John’s College, Oxford (Oxford, 1996)

Addington, H., Some Account of the Abbey Church of St. Peter and Paul, Dorchester, Oxfordshire (Oxford, 1845)

Arthur, J., Christ Church Oxford, A Guide to the Memorial Brasses (Oxford, 1992)

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Oxfordshire’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 15 (1999-2000), pp.44-5

Barker, W.R., ‘A catalogue of the brasses in Ewelme Church, Oxfordshire’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1 (1897-9), pp.11-23

Barker, W.R., ‘Monumental Brasses in the Churches of Thame, Holton and Great Tew, Oxon, with Biographical and Genealogical Notices’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1, no.4 (1898), pp.137-69

Beesley, A, The History of Banbury (London, 1841)

Bertram, J., ‘The Lost Brasses of Oxford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.219-52; 11, pt.5 (1973), pp.321-79

Bertram, J., ‘A Monumental Brass at Stonor Park, Oxfordshire’, Antiq. J., 74 (1994), pp.332-4

Bertram, J., ‘A Regency Collection of Brass Rubbings’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12 (1975), pp.90-100

Bertram, J., ‘A Pentuple Palimpsest’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.1 (1997), pp.51-5 [St. Peter in the East, Oxford]

Bertram, J., Medieval Inscriptions and Sepulchral Slabs in the City and University of Oxford Anterior to the Year 1350 (privately printed, 1997)

Bertram, J., ‘The tomb beneath the loft’, Oxoniensia, 63 (1998), pp.79-90

Bertram, J., ‘Inscriptions on Late Medieval Brasses and Monuments’, in Higgett, J., Forsyth, K. and Parsons, D.N., Roman Runes and Ogham: Medieval Inscriptions in the Insular World and on the Continent (Donington, 2002), pp.190-201 [inscriptions in Oxford]

Bertram, J., ‘Fragments from Oxfordshire [in the British Museum]’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.4 (2000-1), pp.378-86 [Dorchester, Caversfield and Albury]

Bertram, J., ‘Oxfordshire Styles I: The Drunken Marbler’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16 (2002), pp.475-87

Bertram, J., Medieval Epigraphy in the City and University of Oxford (Oxford, 2005)

Bertram, J., ‘The Brass of John and Elizabeth Vampage at Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.3 (2005), pp.251-5

Bertram, J., ‘Oxfordshire Styles II and III’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.3 (2005), pp.265-72

Bird, W.H., Old Oxfordshire Churches: a concise guide (London, 1932)

Blair, W.J., ‘An Early Monastic Indent at Hardwick, Oxfordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.5 (1973), pp.308-11

Blair, J., ‘An Early 12th-century Purbeck marble grave slab from St. Frideswide's Priory’, Oxoniensia, 53 (1988), pp.266-8

Blair, J., ‘St. Beornwald of Bampton’, Oxoniensia, 49 (1984), pp.47-55

Blakiston, C.H., ‘Monumental Brasses and Matrices in the Cathedral Church of Christ in Oxford’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc. Trans., 1 (1897-9), pp.268-86

Bott, A., The Monuments in Merton College Chapel (Oxford, 1964)

Cameron, H.K., ‘Two Unsuspected Palimpsests in the Chapel of New College, Oxford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.1 (1980), pp.68-72

Catling, H. Notes on Brass Rubbing (with a list of some brasses in the Oxford region), Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, 1965)

Cockerham, P., ‘Chastleton, Oxfordshire: The Family History Behind a Monumental Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.6 (1991), pp.448-66

Cockerham, P., ‘Souldern, Oxfordshire: A Problem Elucidated’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.1 (1992), pp.45-53

Cook, M.H.R., ‘Two rarely seen monumental brasses in the chapel [of Corpus Christi College, Oxford]’, The Pelican (1980-1), pp.28-33

Dillon, Viscount, ‘Brass Plates at Ditchley House, Oxon.’ J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc.,1, no.5 (1898), pp.234-7

Dobree, H.C.P., ‘A catalogue of the brasses in New College, both past and present’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1 (1897-9), pp.41-67

Driver, J.T., ‘Richard Quatremains: a 15th century Esquire and Knight of the Shire of Oxfordshire’, Oxoniensia, 51 (1986), pp.87-103

Emmerson, R., ‘A missing figure from Caversfield identified’, Oxoniensia, 42 (1977), pp.264-5

Evans, G.M., ‘Monumental Brasses at Merton College, Oxford’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1, no.5 (1898), pp.215-33

Evans, H.F.O., ‘St. Cross Church, Holywell, Oxford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.222-4

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Somerton, Oxon’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.98-104

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Notes from Oxford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.200-3

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Stonor Chapel, Oxon’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), p.278

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Lady who Died on the 30th February’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.7 (1960), pp.362-3 [Adderbury]

Evans, H.F.O., ‘A Brass Damaged by a Musket Ball’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.7 (1960), pp.364-5 [Newnham Murren]

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Tomb of James Zouch in Oxford Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.9 (1962), pp.509-11

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Elsfield, Oxon.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.384-6

Evans, H.F.O., ‘A Palimpsest at Thame, Oxon.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.492-3

Faulkner, T., ‘A catalogue of the Monumental Brasses in Adderbury Church, Oxfordshire’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1 (1897-9), pp.79-80

Field, J.E., ‘Monumental Brasses in Benson Church, Oxon.’,J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1, no.5 (1898), pp.208-10

Gawthorp, W.E., ‘Chinnor, Oxon.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.2 (1935), p.65

Goodall, J.A., God’s House at Ewleme (Aldershot, 2001)

Griffin, R., ‘The brass of Bishop Yong at New College, Oxford’, Antiq. J., 14 (1934), pp.379-82

Greenhill, F.A., ‘A Duplication in Mill Stephenson’s List’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.399-400 [St. Mary Magdalene, Oxford]

Günther, R.T., Brasses in the Chapel of Magdalen College (Oxford, 1914)

Harris, M.G.T., ‘Brass Plates at Ditchley Park, Oxon’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.3 (1994), pp.282-6

Hemp, W.J., ‘A Reused Memorial at Hook Norton’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.205-6

Hope, V., ‘The Hutchenson Brass at St. John’s College, Oxford’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 2 (1900-12), pp.157-60

Hunt, A.A., ‘Monumental Brasses in the Churches of St. Peter-in-the-East, and St. Cross, Holywell, Oxford’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1, no.4 (1898), pp.190-200

Hunt, A.A., ‘Monumental Brasses in St. Michael’s Church and Exeter College Chapel, Oxford’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 2 (1900-12), pp.90-6

Hutchinson, F.E. and Craster, E., Monumental Inscriptions in All Soul’s College Oxford (Oxford, 1949; revised by Screech, M.A., Oxford, 1998)

Manning, P., ‘Monumental Brasses at Queen’s College, Oxford’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1 (1897), pp.67-78

Manning, P., ‘Monumental Brasses in the Churches of St. Mary Magdalene, Oxford, and Cassington, Kidlington, Woodstock, and Yarnton, Oxon.’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc.,1, no.4 (1898), pp.176-90

Manning, P., ‘Monumental Brasses in the Deanery of Henley-on-Thames, Oxon.’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1, no.5 (1898), pp.237-54; 1, no.6 (1899), pp. 286-306

Manning, P., ‘Monumental Brasses in the Churches of St. Aldate and St. Peter-le-Bailey, Oxford’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1 (1897), pp.103-9

Manning, P., ‘Notes on the Monumental Brasses in Chipping Norton Church’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1, no.1 (1897), pp.3-10

Manning, P., ‘Palimpsest Brasses from Quarrendon, Buckinghamshire and Stanton St. John, Oxfordshire’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 2 (1898), pp.153-7

Meara, D., ‘The Brass to the Revd. Montague Henry Noel, d.1929, St. Barnabas, Oxford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.4 (2012), pp.363-9

Orme, N., ‘Edward Courtenay and his Brass in Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.4 (2017), pp.328-32

Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc. J. (many articles on brasses in individual Oxford city and county churches and chapels)

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘Richard Atkinson, 1574, St Peter-in-the-East, Oxford’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.4 (1894), pp.143-5

Skelton, J., Antiquities of Oxfordshire (Oxford, 1823)

Smith, G.O., ‘Monumental Brasses at Corpus Christi College, Oxford’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 2 (1900), pp.40-4

Smith, J.C., ‘Brass of Sir John Drayton, Dorchester, Oxfordshire’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 2 (1900), pp.47-8

Smith, J.C., ‘A Note on the Curzon Brass at Waterperry, Oxfordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.9 (1914), pp.420-5

Stephenson, M., ‘A Palimpsest Brass at Checkenden, Oxon.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.2 (1898), pp.87-8

Symonds, R., ‘Oxford Church Notes, 1643-4, by Richard Symonds, with additions of 1656-61’, ed. R. Graham, in Collectanea, 4th ser., Oxford Historical Society, 47 (Oxford, 1905), pp.99-134

Titterton, J.E., ‘The Malyns Family and their Brasses at Chinnor, Oxon’. Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.3 (1994), pp.225-35

Todd, J., ‘The Palimpsest Brass in Waterperry Church’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.246-50

Todd, J., Waterperry Church (Waterperry, 1969)

Torr, V.J.B., ‘The Oddington Shroud Brass and its Lost Fellows’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.225-35

Torr, V.J.B., ‘An Early Civilian at Deddington, Oxon’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.235-9

Torr, V.J., ‘A Note on Charlton-on-Otmoor, Oxon’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.114-17

Waller, J.G., ‘Note on a palimpsest brass to Walter Curzon, 1527, Waterperry, Oxfordshire’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 1 (1843), p.90

Watteville, H.G. de, ‘Monumental Brasses in the Church of Great Haseley, Oxon.’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1, no.4 (1898), pp.170-5

Watteville, H.G. de, ‘Monumental Brasses in the Churches of Stadhampton, Chalgrove and Waterperry, Oxfordshire’, J. Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc., 1 (1897), pp.110-21

Whitfield, C., A History of Chipping Camden (Eton, 1958)

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

Wilson-Lee, K., ‘The Quatremain Mausoleum at Thame, Oxfordshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.5 (2007), pp.453-66

Rutland

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Rutland’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 15 (1999-2000), p.45

Greenhill, F.A., The Incised Slabs of Leicestershire and Rutland (Leicester, 1958)

Hacker, P., and Farman, P., ‘An Heraldic Engraved Brass Coffin-Plate to Bridget, Lady Heathcote: a Product of Thomas Chippendale’s London Workshop?’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.3 (1999), pp.267-9 [Normanton]

Lacaille, A.D., ‘Fragment of a Medieval Decorated Grave Stone at Oakham, Rutland’, Antiq. J., 50 (1970), pp.341-3

‘Rutland Notes’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.1 (1897), p.55

Wright, The History and Antiquities of the County of Rutland (London, 1684)

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Shropshire

Cranage, D.H.S., The Churches of Shropshire, 2 vols. (Wellington, 1901-12)

Evans, G.E., ‘Nonconformist Brasses in Shropshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.8 (1897), pp.326-9

Manners, V., ‘Pembruge and Vernon tombs at Tong’, The Art J., (1906), pp.66-70, 257-62

Moor, J., ‘Aristocratic pretensions and heraldic skulduggery in fourteenth century Shropshire: Sir Nicholas Burnell of Acton Burnell’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.2 (2010), pp.119-32

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Palimpsest at Adderley, Shropshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), pp.19-22

Stephenson, M., ‘William Maynwaryng, Ightfield, Shropshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.5 (1895), pp.181-2

Stephenson, M., ‘The monumental brasses in Shropshire’, Trans. Shropshire Archaeol. Soc., 2nd ser., 7 (1895), pp.50-103

Watkins-Pitchford, W., ‘Baldwin memorial Brass in Munslow Church’, Trans. Shropshire Archaeol. Soc., 50 (1939), pp.95-104

Somerset

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Somerset’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 15 (1999-2000), pp.45-6

Connor, A.B., ‘Bishop Haselshaw’s brass at Wells Cathedral’, Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, 18 (1924-6), pp.214-15

Connor, A.B., ‘A Half-Effigy in Academical Costume, recently found at West Monkton, Somerset’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.2 (1944), pp.67-9; 8, pt.3 (1945), p.102

Connor, A.B., ‘An Inscription recently returned to Cannington Church, Somerset’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.2 (1944), pp.69-70

Connor, A.B., Monumental Brasses in Somerset (Bath, 1970) (originally published in parts in Proc. Somerset Archaeol. Soc. (1931-53))

Cresswell, B.F.. ‘Sepulchral slabs with crosses in Devon churches’, Devon and Cornwall Notes and Queries, 10 (1918), pp.65-7 [Hawkswell, Somerset]

d’Elboux, R.H., ‘Nicholas Stone’s Monument to Sir John Wyndham, at St. Decuman’s, Watchet’, Proc. Somerset Archaeol. Soc., 92 (1946), pp.88-92

Donovan, Desmond, ‘Ledger slabs with architectural patterns in Somerset churches’, Church Monuments, 32 (2017), pp. 109-20

Fryer, A.C., ‘Incised effigies in Somerset’, Somerset Archaeol. and Nat. Hist. Soc., 121 (1926), pp.38-56

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘A Mediaeval Grave Cover turned Exchequer Board in St. John’s Church’, Chronicle: The J. of the Yeovil Archaeol. and Loc. Hist. Soc., 3, no.1 (1984), p.14

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘A Survey of East Coker Churchyard’, Chronicle: The J. of the Yeovil Archaeol. and Loc. Hist. Soc., 3, no.3 (1985), pp.54-7

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘A Re-Discovered Monument at Hinton St. George’, Chronicle: The J. of the Yeovil Archaeol. and Loc. Hist. Soc., 3, no.5 (1986), pp.113-15

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M. ‘A Rare Lead Filled Medieval Memorial at Mark, Somerset’, Chronicle: The J. of the Yeovil Archaeol. and Loc. Hist. Soc., 3, no.6 (1987), p.127

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘A Twelfth-Century Grave Slab at Lullington, Somerset’, Chronicle: The J. of the Yeovil Archaeol. and Loc. Hist. Soc., 5, no.1 (1990), pp.18-19

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M. ‘Discovery at Rimpton’, Chronicle: The J. of the Yeovil Archaeol. and Loc. Hist. Soc., 5, no.4 (1992), p.103

Gittos, B and Gittos, M, ‘Mediaeval Monuments of the Yeovil Area’, Chronicle: The J. of the Yeovil Archaeol. and Loc. Hist. Soc., 8, no.2 (2002), pp.78-93

Jewers, A.J., Wells Cathedral: its monumental inscriptions and heraldry (London, 1892)

McGarue, M. (ed.), Sir Stephen Glynne’s Church Notes for Somerset, Somerset Record Soc(Taunton, 1994)

Parry, H. ‘Notes on Brasses in Churches (Illustrated) at Beckington, Cirencester and St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol’, Proc. of the Bath and District Branch, Somerset Archaeol. and Nat. Hist. Soc. (1921), pp.117-20

Paul, R.W., An Account of some of the Incised and Sepulchral Slabs of North-West Somerset (London, 1882)

Rodwell, W. et al., ‘Medieval grave-covers and stone coffins’, in Wells Cathedral: Excavations and Structural Studies, 1978-93, English Heritage Archaeological Report 21, 2 vols. (London, 2001), II, pp.491-501.

Rogers, H.H., ‘The Lectern Yeovil Church’, Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries, 9 (1905), p.71

Sadler, A.G. The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86): Cornwall, Devon and Somerset (1975); Cornwall, Devon and Somerset Appendix (1980)

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘The Brasses of Wells Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.4 (1894), pp.140-3

Sanderson, H.K.St.J., ‘Somersetshire Notes’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.8 (1897), pp.343-4

Scarth, H.M. ‘Notes on the Tomb of Johanna de Acton in Mynchin Barrow Priory and on the Tiles on the Floor’, Ant. J., 2nd Ser., 10 (1884), p.93

Wadmore, J.A. Collections for a Parochial History of Barrow Gurney, 2 parts (Bristol, 1897-1902)

Waller, J.G., ‘Note on the brass to John Martock, 1503, from Banwell, Somerset’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., 1 (1843), p.70

Watts, L. and Rahtz, P. Mary-le-Port, Bristol: Excavations 1962/3, (Bristol, 1985). [‘Stone Relating to the Church’, pp.132-40]

Were, F. ‘Tomb and Tiles Adjoining Barrow Gurney Church’, Proc. Somerset Archaeol. and Nat. Hist. Soc., 57 (1911), pp.120-5

Staffordshire

Bertram, J., ‘The Weston brass at Rugeley, Staffordshire’, Antiq. J., 72 (1992), pp.180-3

Baker, O., ‘Notes on Norbury Church’, Birmingham and Midland Institute Trans., 11 (1882-3), pp.1-13

Brown, H.E., ‘Discoveries at Astley Church, Warwickshire, 1944 and 1951’, Birmingham Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 71 (1953), pp.59-62

Jeavons, S.A., ‘The monumental effigies of Staffordshire’, Trans. Birmingham Archaeol. Soc., 69 (1951), pp.1-27; 70 (1952), pp.1-36); 71 (1953), pp.1-35 [includes incised slabs]

Leonard, J., Staffordshire Parish Churches (Derby, 1995)

Masefield, C., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Staffordshire’, Trans. Staffordshire Field Club, 47 (1913), pp.157-73

Oliver, A., ‘Notes on the incised effigies of Derbyshire and Staffordshire’, Archaeol. J., 78 (1921), pp.1-30

Oliver, A., The Incised Slabs of Staffordshire (London, 1913)

Peck, W.C., ‘List of Staffordshire Brasses to End of Eighteenth Century’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.2 (1898), pp.107-8

Renaud, F., ‘Biddulph Manor and Church’, Trans. Lancashire and Cheshire Antiq. Soc., 16 (1898), p.62 [incised slabs]

Richardson, E., The Monumental Effigies and Tombs in Elford Church, Staffordshire with a memoir and a pedigree of the Lords of Elford by M. Thorpe (London, 1852)

Sargent, A., ‘Two 12th century grave covers at Castle Church, Stafford’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter, 16 (2000-1), pp.11-12

Shaw, S., The History and Antiquities of Staffordshire, 2 vols. (London, 1798-1801; repr. Wakefield, 1976 with unpublished proof pages added)

Simms, R., Bibliotheca Staffordiensis (Lichfield, 1894)

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742) 

Suffolk

Andrews, H.C., ‘Notes on some Families and Brasses at Great Thurlow and Little Bradley, Suffolk’, Proc. Suffolk Inst. of Archaeol. and Hist., 20 (1928), pp.43-57

Badham, S., ‘The Suffolk School of Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.1 (1980), pp.41-67

Badham, S., ‘The Baon Brass at Gorleston, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.1 (1997), pp.2-25

Badham, S. and Blatchly, J., ‘The Bellfounder’s Indent at Bury St. Edmunds’, Proc. Suffolk Inst. of Archaeol. and Hist., 36 (1988), pp.288-97

Badham, S., and Fiske, R., ‘John Sell Cotman's Sepulchral Brasses of Norfolk and Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.5 (2002), pp.500-45

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Suffolk’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 17 (2001-2), pp.13-15

Benton, G.M., ‘The Vicissitudes of the Brass of Sir George Felbrigg, 1400, Playford, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.7 (1949), pp.319-21

Blatchly, J., ‘The Peyton Indents at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.5 (1973), p.382

Blatchly, J., ‘The lost and mutilated monuments of the Bovile and Wingfield families at Letheringham’, Proc. Suffolk Inst. of Archaeol. & Hist., 33 (1974), pp.168-94

Blatchly, J.M., ‘The Lost Cross Brasses of Suffolk, 1320-1420’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.21-45

Blatchly, J.M., ‘Mid-14th-Century Indents at Hollesley and Westleton, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.47-50

Blatchly, J., The Topographers of Suffolk, 1561-1935 (Ipswich, 1976; 5th edn., 1988)

Blatchly, J., ‘Early 14th Century Indents from the Seabed at Dunwich, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.3 (1982), pp.260-3; 13, pt.4 (1983), pp.359-60

Blatchly, J. (ed.), A Journal of Excursions through the County of Suffolk 1823-44 by David Elisha Davy, Suffolk Rec. Soc. 24 (Woodbridge, 1982)

Blatchly, J., ‘Richard Gough pinned down: at Acton, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.5 (1984), pp.426-9

Blatchly, J., ‘The Much-Attributed Military Brass at Barsham, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.1 (1986), pp.39-43

Blatchly, J., ‘Anne Bedingfield of Darsham’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 101 (January, 2006), p.14

Blatchly, J.M., and Greenwood, J.R., ‘A Norwich-Style Brass to Three Wingfield Brothers once at Letheringham, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.4 (1978), pp.300-11

Blatchly, J., and Northeast, P., ‘The Tendryng Brass at Holbrook, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.484-9

Blatchly, J., and Northeast, P., ‘Seven Figures for Four Departed: Multiple Memorials at St. Mary le Tower, Ipswich’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.4 (1989), pp.257-67

Blatchly, J. and Northeast, P., ‘The Pounder memorial in St. Mary at the Quay church, Ipswich’, Proc. Suffolk Institute of Archaeol. and Hist., 41, pt.1 (2005), pp.57-61

Boutell, C., ‘Plates of Two sepulchral brasses’, Norfolk Archaeol., 1 (1847), pp.355-6 [Oulton]

Cameron, H.K., and Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘The Brass of John Crosyer at Barrow, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.3 (1982), pp.224-31

Christian, J.A., ‘Identifying the Brasses at Assington, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.431-6

Cockerham, P., ‘An heraldic puzzle at South Elmham All Saints’, Proc. Suffolk Inst. Archaeol. and Hist., 38 (1995), pp.255-60

Cooper, T. (ed.), The Journal of William Dowsing (Woodbridge, 2001)

Cotman, J.S., Engravings of the Most Remarkable of the Sepulchral Brasses of Suffolk (Yarmouth, 1819; 2nd edn. London, 1838; 3rd edn. (with Norfolk) London, 1839)

Cullum, J., The History and Antiquities of Hawstead (London, 1784; 2nd edn. 1813)

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Peyton Slabs at Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), pp.13-15

Evans, H.F.O., ‘A Shield from Letheringham, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt. 1 (1969), p. 37

Farrer, E., A List of Suffolk Monumental Brasses (Norwich, 1903, in folio and octavo editions)

Felgate, T., Knights on Suffolk Brasses (Ipswich, 1976)

Felgate, T., Ladies on Suffolk Brasses (Ipswich, 1978)

Felgate, T., Suffolk Heraldic Brasses (Ipswich, 1989)

Gage, J., The History and Antiquities of Hengrave, in Suffolk (London, 1822)

Gage, J., The History and Antiquities of Suffolk: Thingoe Hundred (London, 1838)

Harris, A.L., and Cockerham, P., ‘Suffolk Summer School: The Desmond Brass at Euston’, J. Kerry Archaeol. and Hist. Soc., 29 (1996), pp.119-23

Heseltine, P., ‘Brasses and Indents at Mildenhall, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.128-37

Jones, G.A., ‘John Eldred, Great Saxham, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.2 (1944), pp.56-60

Lack, W., and Whittemore, P., ‘Three Notes. 2. Stonham Aspall: A Brass Lost and Found’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.3 (1994), pp.251-3

Lambert, R.T., ‘The oldest church brass in Suffolk’, East Anglian Magazine (September 1956), pp.616-7

Lewis, R.W.M., ‘A Dunwich Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.203-4

Lillistone, D., ‘The Lady and the Abbot’s Tomb at Stowmarket, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.2 (1993), pp.137-41

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘East Anglian Chalice Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.8 (1950), pp.356-65

Linnell, C.L.S., ‘An Incised Slab at Parham, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), pp.7-8

MacCulloch, D.N.J. (ed.), The Chorography of Suffolk, Suffolk Rec. Soc., 19 (Ipswich, 1976)

MacCulloch, D.N.J., ‘Henry Chitting’s Suffolk Collections’, Proc. Suffolk Inst. Archaeol., 34 (1978), pp.103-28

MacCulloch, D.N.J., ‘The Chorography of Suffolk: Addendum and Corrigenda’, Proc. Suffolk Inst. Archaeol. and Hist., 34 (1980), pp.283-4

MacCulloch, D.N.J., and Blatchly, J., ‘An Ipswich Conundrum: The Withipoll Memorials’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.3 (1977), pp.240-7

MacCulloch, D.N.J., and Blatchly, J.M., ‘Recent Discoveries at St. Stephen's Church, Ipswich, the Wimbill chancel and Rush-Alvard chapel’, Proc. Suffolk Inst. Archaeol. and Hist., 36 (1986), pp.101-14

Marks, R., ‘The Howard tombs at Thetford and Framlingham: new discoveries’, Archaeol. J., 141 (1984), pp.252-68

Middleton-Stewart, J., Inward Purity and Outward Splendour: Death and Remembrance in the Deanery of Dunwich, Suffolk, 1370-1547 (Woodbridge, 2001)

Munday, J.T., ‘A Lost Figure from Mildenhall, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.1 (1969), p.31

Norris, L. and M., ‘A Palimpsest at Pettaugh, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.3 (1977), pp.238-9

Oliver, A., ‘Notes on the Matrix of a Brass in Woodbridge Church, Suffolk’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt. 1 (1892), pp. 11-12

Rogers, N, ‘Scraps from Bury St Edmunds’, The Ricardian, 13 (2003), pp.408-14

Statham, M., and Badham, S., ‘Jankyn Smith of Bury St. Edmunds and his Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.3 (2011), pp.227-50

Suckling, A.I., History of Suffolk, 2 vols. (London, 1846-8)

Waller, J.G., ‘Remarks on the brass to a lady at Ampton, Suffolk’Proc.. Soc. Antiq., 12 (1885-9), pp.373-4

Ward, J.C., ‘Sir Robert de Bures’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.3 (1965), pp.144-50 [Acton]

Whittemore, Philip, ‘A curious indent at Southwold, Suffolk’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 141 (2019), p. 813

Wilson, C.P.H., ‘An Eighteenth Century Rubbing’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.93-4 [Kirkley]

Wilson, C.P.H., ‘Coffin Lid Plates at Euston, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), p.311

Wilson, C.P.H., ‘An Incised Slab at Parham, Suffolk’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.5 (1973), pp.319-20

Surrey

Andre, J.L., ‘Female head dresses as exemplified by Surrey brasses’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 16 (1902), pp.35-54

Andrews, H.C., ‘A Sixteenth Century Brass in St. Mary Overy Church (Southwark Cathedral)’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.2 (1935), p.77

Aubrey, J., The Natural History and Antiquities of the County of Surrey, 5 vols., (London, 1719)

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M., and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Surrey’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 17 (2001-2), pp.15-16

Blair, C., ‘The dates of the early brasses in Stoke d’Abernon church’, Proc. Leatherhead and District Local Hist. Soc., 6 (2006), pp.295-7

Blair, J., ‘A mediaeval grave slab in Great Bookham church’, Proc. Leatherhead and District Local Hist. Soc., 3 (1971), pp.139-45

Blair, J., ‘A reused medieval grave slab in Guildford Museum’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 69 (1973), p.200

Blair, J., ‘Fragments of an early continental brass in Leatherhead church’, Proc. Leatherhead and District Local Hist. Soc., 3 (1973), pp.186-7

Blatchly, J., ‘Further notes on the monumental brasses of Surrey and the collection of rubbings at Castle Acre’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 68 (1971), pp.31-8

Brayley, E.W., and Britton, J., The Topographical History of Surrey, 5 vols. (Dorking and London, 1841-8)

Boutell, C., ‘On Monumental Brasses, with special notice of that at Stoke d’Abernon’,Surrey Archaeol. Collns.,1 (1858), pp. 213-15

Burchall. M.J., ‘Brasses at Horley, Surrey: a probable identification’, Genealogists’ Magazine, 28 no.2 (June 2004), pp.62-7

Clift, J.G.N., ‘The Stoke d’Abernon Brasses’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., N.S., 15 (1909), pp.77-111

Egan, B.S.H., ‘Brasses at Thames Ditton, Surrey, including a palimpsest find’. Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.378-83

Egan, B.S.H., ‘The Repaired Brass of Bishop Bowthe at East Horsley, Surrey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.3 (1971), pp.147-8

Egan, B.S.H., and Hutchinson, R., ‘The Saunder Brass at Charlwood, Surrey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt. 6 (1975), pp. 402-6

Egan, B., ‘Repairing the Brass of Sir John D’Abernon the younger, 1327, at Stoke D’Abernon, Surrey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.51-2

Flower, J.W., ‘Notices of the Family of Cobham of Sterborough Castle, Lingfield, Surrey’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 2 (1885), pp.115-94

Ford, L., ‘Ghostly Remains: The Surviving Howard Brasses at Lambeth’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.3 (2016), pp.249-61

Gawthorp, W.E., ‘The Brasses at Stoke D’Abernon’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.2 (1935), pp.84-5

Goodall, J.A., ‘A lost monumental brass recovered’, Antiq. J., 51 (1971), p.316 [Guildford]

Heales, A., ‘Monumental memoranda from Cheam Church: the Brasses’, Surrey Archaeological Collections, 3 (1865), pp.337-44

Heales, A., ‘Newdegate Church: its Rectors and Registers’, Surrey Archaeological Collections, 6 (1874), pp.268-92

Johnston, P.R., ‘Stoke d’Abernon church’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 20 (1907), pp.1-89

King, T.H., ‘Remarks on a brass plate formerly in the Church of the Holy Trinity at Guildford and now remaining in the Hospital there’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 3 (1865), p.254

Leveson-Gower, G., ‘The Howards of Effingham’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 9 (1888), pp.395-436

Manning, C.R., ‘Brasses of Thomas Howard, Second Duke of Norfolk and Agnes his wife (1524)’, Norfolk Archaeol., 8 (1879), pp.39-50 [Lambeth]

Milbourn, T., ‘Horsell Church’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 7 (1880), p.152

Nisbit, A., ‘Lingfield Church, Surrey’, Archaeol. J., 6 (1849), pp.176-8

Patten, J., ‘Walton-on-Thames Brass’, Country Life (16 September 1971), p.660

Pickance, J.W., ‘Reigate Church and its Monuments’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 11 (1893), pp.185-203

Pocock, W.W., ‘Chertsey Abbey’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 1 (1858), pp.97-114

Sadler, A.G., The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86): Surrey and East Sussex (1980); Surrey and East Sussex Appendix (1980)

Saul, N., Death, Art and Memory in Medieval England: the Cobham family and their Monuments, 1300-1500 (Oxford, 2001) [Lingfield]

Steinman, G.S., ‘The Warham Monument in Croydon Church’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 1 (1858), pp.57-60

Stephenson, M., ‘Brasses at Charlwood, Surrey’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.2 (1893), pp.54-6

Stephenson, M., ‘Brasses at Leigh, Surrey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.3 (1894), pp.98-100

Stephenson, M., ‘A List of Monumental Brasses in Surrey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.7 (1913), pp.257-95; 6, pt.8 (1913), pp.329-53; 6, pt.9 (1914), pp.377-98

Stephenson, M., A List of Monumental Brasses in Surrey (London, 1921; repr. Bath, 1970), originally published in Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 25-33

Stephenson, M., ‘Brass in Wandsworth Church’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 10 (1891), pp.293-4

Stephenson, M., ‘Brass of William Heron Esq. and wife Alice, lately replaced in Croydon Church’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 10 (1891), pp.134-9

Stephenson, M., ‘Brasses in Stoke d’Abernon’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 10 (1891), pp.283-7

Stephenson, M., ‘Palimpsest Brasses in Surrey’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 15 (1900), pp.27-39

Torr, V.J.B., ‘On the brass of an unknown coped priest in St. Peter’s, Clapham, S.W.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.1 (1934), pp.28-33

Stow, J., A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster and the Borough of Southwark (London, 1589, many subsequent edns.)

Waller, J.G., ‘Brass in the possession of the Surrey Archaeology Society’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 10 (1890), pp.126-9

Waller, J.G., ‘Notes on the Monuments of the Cobham Family at Lingfield’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 5 (1871), pp.186-99

Waller, J.G., ‘On the Monuments in Carshalton Church, Surrey’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 7 (1880), pp.67-76

Waller, J.G., ‘On the Monuments in Horley Church, Surrey’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 7 (1880), pp.184-91

Watney, J., ‘Some Account of Leigh Place, Surrey and its Owners’, Surrey Archaeol. Collns., 11 (1892), pp.141-84

Sussex

André, J.L., ‘Female Head-dresses. Exemplified by Sussex Brasses’, Sussex Archaeol. Soc. Collns. 42 (1899), pp.1-18

André, J.L., ‘Notes on Three Sussex Brasses’, Sussex Archaeol. Soc. Collns., 36 (1888), pp.172-9

André, J.L., ‘Slinfold’, Sussex Archaeol. Soc. Collns., 40 (1896), pp.38-57

Arnold, F.H., ‘Memorials of the “Lady Percy” of Shakespeare, and her Husbands, Hotspur and Lord Camoys’, Sussex Archaeolog. Collns. 20 (1868), pp.120-31 [Trotton]

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M., and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs: Sussex’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 17 (2001-2), pp.116-21

Bertram, J., ‘Incised Slabs in Sussex’, Mon. Brass Soc. Trans., 13, pt.5 (1984), pp.387-96

Bertram, J., ‘Poynings, Sussex, Revisited’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt. 2 (1987), pp. 85-93

Bertram, J., ‘Brasses and Monuments at Burton, Sussex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.4 (1989), pp.298-317

Bertram, J., ‘Inscriptions on Late Medieval Brasses and Monuments’, in Higgett,J., Forsyth, K., and Parsons, D.N., Roman Runes and Ogham: Medieval Inscriptions in the Insular World and on the Continent (Donington, 2002), pp.190-201 [inscriptions in Sussex]

Bertram, J., ‘Embellishment and Restoration: the Barttelots and their Brasses at Stopham, Sussex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.4 (2012), pp.334-62

Bertram, J., and Hutchinson, R., ‘The Coverts of Slaugham or three brasses disentangled’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.1 (2009), pp.53-62

Boger, J.I.C., ‘The Kington Brass restored at Goring-by-Sea’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.3 (1936), pp.123-5

Butler, G.S., ‘The Vicars of Rye and their Patrons, with the Mural, Slab, and Headstone Inscriptions in the Parish Church and Church-yard of St. Mary, and the Baptist Chapel, Rye’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 13 (1861), pp.270-301

Clayton, G.E., ‘Aldingbourne church, Sussex’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 37 (1899), pp.191-2

Cooper, J.H., ‘Cuckfield families. II’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 42 (1899), pp.19-53

Dallaway, J., and Cartwright, G., A History of the Western Division of the County of Sussex, 2 vols. (London, 1815-30)

Davidson-Houston, Mrs. C.E.D., ‘Military Costume on Monumental Brasses’, Sussex County Magazine, 3 (1929), pp.560-4

Davidson-Houston, Mrs. C.E.D., ‘Female Dress on Sussex Brasses’, Sussex County Magazine, 6 (1932), pp.216-23

Davidson-Houston, Mrs. C.E.D., ‘Monumental Brasses in Sussex’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 76 (1935), pp.46-114; 77 (1936), pp.130-194; 78 (1937), pp.63-125; 79 (1938), pp.74-130; 80 (1939), pp.93-148

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘The Wardiewe brass at Bodiam, Sussex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.1 (1943), pp.10-17

d’Elboux, R.H., ‘Sussex Monumental Brasses: Addenda’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 86 (1947), pp.118-25

Dunkin, E.H.W., ‘On an Incised Memorial Slab in Little Horsted Churchyard’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 26 (1875), pp.216-18

Egan, B.S.H., and Morris, R.K., ‘A Restoration at Fletching, Sussex: The Dallingridge Tomb’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.436-44

Fairbank, F.R., ‘Ticehurst, Sussex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.6 (1895), pp.224-5

Fairbank, F.R., ‘The Brasses in Battle Church, Sussex’, Oxford J. Mon. Brasses, 1 (1897), pp.99-103

Gaunt, C., ‘Brass of John Wybarne, 1490; lately discovered in Ticehurst Church’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 8 (1856), pp.17-30

Hall, H., ‘The Borde Brass in Lindfield Church’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.2 (1935), pp.57-64

Hammond, N.D., ‘The Lost Brasses of Poynings, Sussex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.85-9

Hoare, H.R., ‘Notes on the Church of St. Thomas à Becket, Framfield, and on the Ancient Parish Gentry’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 4 (1851), pp.291-304

Hutchinson, R. ‘“The Cuckfield Case”: Life and Times of Henry Bowyer, Ironmaster’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.67-79

Hutchinson, R., ‘Notes on Sussex Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.4 (1995), pp.339-54

Hutchinson, R., ‘Sussex Brass Rubbings’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 81 (May 1999), pp.433-5

Hutchinson, R.,Catalogue of Rubbings of Brasses, Incised Slabs and Ledger Stones in the Library of the Sussex Archaeological Society, Barbican House, Lewes ([Amberley], 1999)

James, H.A., ‘A Find at Bayham Abbey’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.76, 109

London, H.S., ‘The Arms of Peplesham and the Shoveller in Heraldry’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.227-33 [Etchingham]

Lower, M.A., ‘Bodiam and its lords’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 9 (1857), pp.275-302

Lower, M.A., ‘Monumental Brasses of Sussex’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 2, (1849), pp.307-12. [Warbleton, Fletching, Ardingly]

Macklin, H., ‘Sussex Brasses’, in Memorials of Old Sussex, ed. P. Mundy (London, 1909), pp.127-53

Mason, W.H. and Wilmshurst, J., Catalogue of Engravings illustrative of Chichester and the county and churches of Sussex, 3 series (undated)

Metcalfe, C., ‘Fragments from Dame Kateryne Grey’s monument, St. Swithun’s, East Grinstead, Sussex’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 131 (2016), pp.612-13

Mosse, H.R., The Monumental Effigies of Sussex, 2nd edn. (Hove, 1933)

Mosse, H.R., ‘Horsham: The Foys Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), p.242

Norris, M., ‘St. Michael’s, Lewes, Sussex: a Correction’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.260-1

Robinson, C.J., ‘Stopham’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 27 (1914), p.37

Sadler, A.G., The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86): Surrey and East Sussex (1975); West Sussex (1975); Sussex (1988;) Surrey and Sussex Appendix (1980)

Saul, N., ‘The rise of the Dallingridge family’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 136 (1998), pp.123-32 [Fletching]

Saul, N., ‘The cuckoo in the nest. A Dallingridge tomb in the FitzAlan chapel at Arundel’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 147 (2009), pp.125-33

Staines, E.N., ‘A Lost Brass at Amberley, Sussex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.397-8

Tierney, M.A., The History and Antiquities of the Castle and Town of Arundel (London, 1834)

Timms, E., ‘Memorial Brasses in Sussex’, Commercial Artist, 32 (1965), pp.109-14

Torr, V.J.B., ‘The Iden Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.2 (1935), pp.69-70

Torr, V.J.B., ‘A Note on Brasses at Ticehurst and Stockbury’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), p.166

Tummers, H., ‘The medieval effigial tombs in Chichester Cathedral’, Church Monuments, 3 (1988), pp.3-41

Tummers, H., ‘Church Monuments’, in Chichester Cathedral, ed. M. Hobbs (Chichester, 1994), pp.203-24

Turner, E., ‘Monumental Brasses in Sussex Churches’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 23 (1871), pp.129-91.

Turner, E., ‘Steyning and West Grinstead Churches and the Ancient Castle of Knepp’, Sussex Archaeol. Collns., 22 (1909), p.1

Wareing, T., ‘Some Notes on a Brass Rubbing Tour in West Sussex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.7 (1896), pp.295-300; 2, pt.8 (1897), pp.332-7

Whitley, H.S., ‘Note on a Brass to a Lady, c.1440, at Hellingly, Sussex’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.5 (1899), pp.205-6

Whitley, H.S., ‘List of papers relating to monumental brasses in the collection of the Sussex Archaeological Society’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.5 (1899), pp.206-8

Woodman, T.C., The Sussex Brasses, 2 parts (Hove, 1903), reprinted from Hove Gazette

Woodman, T.C., The Sussex Brasses – unpublished MS, in Library of Sussex Archaeological Society, Barbican House, Lewes

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United Kingdom Individual Counties W - Z

Warwickshire

Architectural Committee of the Warwickshire Nat. Hist. and Architec. Soc., Notices of the Churches of Warwickshire (Warwick, 1847)

Badger, E.W., The Monumental Brasses of Warwickshire (Birmingham, 1895) (originally published in Midlands Naturalist)

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 19, no.1 (2003), p.12

Bloxam, M.H., ‘Monuments in St. Martin’s Church’, Midlands County Herald (5 March 1846) [Birmingham]

Bloxam, M.H., ‘Some Account of the Sepulchral Monuments in Warwickshire’, Birmingham and Midlands Inst. Trans., [check no.] (1874), pp.1-21

Chatwin, P.B., ‘Monumental Effigies in the County of Warwick’, Birmingham Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 42 (1921), pp.35-88; 43 (1922), pp.136-68; 44 (1923), pp.36-53

Chatwin, P.B., ‘Brass at Hunningham Church, Warwickshire’, Birmingham Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 47 (1921), pp.92-4

Chatwin, P.B., ‘Incised Alabaster Slab, St. Martin’s, Birmingham’, Birmingham Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 53 (1928), p.211

Chatwin, P.B., ‘Medieval coffin lids from Longbridge, Warwickshire’, Birmingham Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 60 (1936), p.153

Chatwin, P.B., ‘Wixford Church, Warwickshire: its Brass and Painted Glass’, Birmingham Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 55 (1931), pp.48-56

Chatwin, P.B., ‘The later monumental effigies of the County of Warwick’, Trans. Birmingham Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 57 (1933), pp.100-74

Cockerham, P.D., ‘An account of the Nineteenth Century brasses at Oscott College, Warwickshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.490-504

Cockerham, P., ‘Short Note on the Brass to John Marske’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.5 (1990), pp.373-5 [Charlecote]

Dugdale, W., The Antiquities of Warwickshire Illustrated (London, 1658)

Evans, H.F.O., ‘A Brass in Private Possession’ [at Baddesley Clinton Hall], Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.191-4

Fox, E., Brass Rubbings from Shakespeare’s Countryside (Stratford-upon-Avon, not dated)

Heath, B.A., and Egan, B., ‘The Re-discovered Oscott College Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.427-30

Hutchins, P.F., Brass Rubbings in and around Shakespeare’s Stratford (Birmingham, 1972)

Jones, H.W., and Greenhill, F.A., ‘The Brass Lease in St. Mary’s Hall, Coventry’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.63-6

MBS, The Mill Stephenson List of Monumental Brasses in the British Isles: Warwickshire (London, 1977)

Peirson, G.F.B., ‘Indents discovered in Coventry Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.246-7

Peirson, G.F.B., ‘A Brass in Farnborough Church, Warwickshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.6 (1939), p.289

Peirson, G.F.B., ‘A Brass at Hunningham, Warwickshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), p.181

Rutter, D.C., ‘A Find of Palimpsests at Whichford, Warwickshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.105-13

Saul, N., ‘The Brass of Sir Thomas Le Strange at Wellesbourne, Warwickshire: Its Dating and its Place in the ‘E’ Series’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.3 (1994), pp.236-48

Sunley, H., ‘St. Nicholas’s churchyard, Kenilworth, Warwickshire: an appropriated monastic slab’, Church Monuments, 14 (1999), pp.35-6

Thacker, F.J., ‘Brass to Thomas Holte, 1545, Aston Church’, Birmingham Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 54 (1929-30), pp.73-5

Thacker, F.J., ‘Charlecote Brasses’, Birmingham Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 50 (1924), pp.79-80

Thacker, F.J., ‘Monumental Brasses in Warwickshire’, Birmingham Archaeol. Soc. Trans., 45 (1919), pp.159-60

Williams, C., ‘A few Notes on Monumental Brasses with a Catalogue of those existing in Warwickshire’, Birmingham and Midlands InstituteArchaeol. Section, Trans., 12 (1884-5), pp.16-51

Westmorland

Bellasis, E., Westmorland Notes, 2 vols. (Kendal, 1888-9)

Bertram, J., ‘Alan Bellingham and other Brasses at Kendal’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.2 (1981), pp.115-18

Duckett, G.F. (ed.), Description of the County of Westmorland by Sir Daniel Fleming of Rydal 1671 (London, 1882)

Lack, W., Stuchfield, H.M. and Whittemore, P., The Monumental Brasses of Cumberland and Westmorland (London, 1998)

Nicholson, C., The Annals of Kendal (Kendal, 1832)

Nicolson, J. and Burn, R., The History and Antiquities of Cumberland and Westmorland, 2 vols. (London, 1777)

Torr, V.J., ‘The Countess Pillar’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.9 (1962), pp.485-8

Wiltshire

Anderson, F. ‘The Tournai Marble Tomb-Slabs in Salisbury Cathedral’, in Medieval Art and Architecture at Salisbury Cathedral, ed. L. Keen and T. Cocke, Brit. Archaeol. Assn. Conference Transactions, 17 (Leeds, 1996), pp.85-9

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 19, no.1 (2003), pp.12-14

Barnes, Roger, ‘The Sibell Tyger’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 141 (2019), pp. 814-815.  [Tisbury]

Bayliss, J., ‘“Flouds are due unto this stone”: English verse epitaphs at Alderton, Wiltshire’, Ecclesiology Today, 43 (December 2010), pp.83-91

Blair, W.J., ‘The Consecration-cross Indents of Salisbury Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.16-20

Blair, J., ‘An Early Fourteenth-century Incised Slab at Odstock, Wiltshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.370-2

Boorman, J., ‘Bishop Wyville’s Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.2 (2010), pp.97-118

Brown, S. ‘Sumptuous and Richly Adorned’: The Decoration of Salisbury Cathedral (London, 1999), esp. ‘Monuments, Floor Slabs, Coffins and Brasses and Indents’, pp.111-59

Coleman, A., ‘Dauntsey, Wilts.’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.1 (1892), pp.15-17

Evans, H.F.O., ‘The Reputed “Brass” of Ela, Countess of Salisbury at Lacock Abbey, Wilts.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.1 (1980), pp.35-40

Jones, W.H., ‘The Bishops of Old Sarum’, Wiltshire Archaeol. Mag., 17 (1878), pp.61-91

Kite, E., The Monumental Brasses of Wiltshire (London, 1860; repr. Bath, 1969)

Knubley, E.P., ‘Notes on a palimpsest from Steeple Aston church’, Wiltshire Archaeol. Mag., 42 (1922-4), pp.438-41

Leete-Hodge, L., A Guide to Wiltshire Brasses (Tisbury, 1977)

Marks, R., ‘A widow, two wills, two windows and two tombs: the memorial of Dame Anne Danvers in Dauntsey Church, Wiltshire’, Lichttraüme-Aufsatz, 16 (2016), pp.143-9

Norris, M., ‘The Bennet Brasses at Norton Bavant and Westbury, Wiltshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.3 (1971), pp.162-70

Reeves, J.A., An Abstract of Monumental Inscriptions in Salisbury Churches (Salisbury, 1975)

Sadler, A.G., The Indents of Lost Monumental Brasses in Southern England, 19 vols. (Worthing, 1975-86): Wiltshire (1975)

Sadler, A.G., ‘Three recently uncovered Indents in Salisbury Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.2 (1981), pp.132-40

Saul, N., ‘Identifying the 14th Century Knight at Cliffe Pypard, Wilts.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.4 (1978), pp.314-18

Shortt, H., ‘Three Early Episcopal Tombs in Salisbury Cathedral’, The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 57 no.207 (November 1959), pp.217-19

Shortt, H., The Hungerford and Beauchamp Chantry Chapels [in Salisbury Cathedral] (Salisbury, 1970)

Shortt, H., The Three Bishops’ Tombs moved to Salisbury Cathedral from Old Sarum (Salisbury, 1979)

Stroud, D. ‘The Cult and Tombs of St. Osmund at Salisbury’, The Wiltshire Archaeol. and Nat. Hist. Magazine, 78 (1983), pp.50-4

Tatton-Brown, T., ‘The Tombs of the Two Bishops Who Built the Tower and Spire of Salisbury Cathedral’, Wiltshire Archaeol. and Nat. Hist. Magazine, 88 (1995), pp.134-7

Tatton-Brown, T., ‘The Salisbury Cathedral Consecration Crosses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.2 (1998), pp.113-6

Tatton-Brown, T., Lepine, D., and Saul, N., ‘“Incomparabilissime Fabrice”: The Architectural History of Salisbury Cathedral c.1297 to 1548’, Jnl. Brit. Archaeol. Assoc., 166 (2013), pp.51-98 [includes discussion of brasses]

Worcestershire

Cockerham, P., ‘The Shields on the Tomb of John Throckmorton, 1445, at Fladbury, Worcestershire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.4 (1989), pp.318-23

Davis, C.T., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Herefordshire and Worcestershire’, Trans. Birmingham and Midlands Inst., 12 (1884), pp.52-75

McHardy, G., ‘Brasses in the Church of Our Lady and St. Alphonsus, Hanley Swan, Worcestershire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.2 (2015), pp.131-63

Nash, T., Collections for the History of Worcestershire, 2 vols. (London, 1781-99)

Seamer, S.J.C., ‘Positions of Brasses in Worcestershire Churches, 1790’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.3 (1977), pp.248-55

Thacker, F.J., Barnard, E.A.B. and Parker, J.F., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Worcestershire’, Trans. Worcestershire Archaeol. Soc., N.S.3 (1927), pp.107-27; 4 (1928), pp.129-56; 11 (1935), pp.139-43; 15 (1938), pp.1-9; 16 (1940), pp.1-13

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

Yorkshire

Armytage, G.J., ‘Monumental Inscriptions at St. Oswald's Church, Guisley, Yorkshire’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 6 (1881), pp.80-91

Badham, S., Brasses from the North East (London, 1979)

Badham, S., ‘Monumental Brasses: the Development of the York Workshops in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries’, in Wilson, C. (ed.), Medieval Art, Architecture and Archaeology in the East Riding of Yorkshire, Brit. Archaeol. Assoc. Conference Transactions, ed. C. Wilson (London, 1991), pp.165-85

Badham, S.F., ‘Simon de Wudston’s Incised Slab at Hemsworth, Yorkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.3 (1994), pp.215-21

Badham S., ‘Commemoration in brass and glass of the Blackburn family of York’, Ecclesiology Today, 43 (December 2010), pp.68-82

Badham, S. and Dent, J., ‘New Light on Lost Brasses in York Minster’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.3 (2016), pp.235-48

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P., ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 19.1 (1994-8), pp.14-15

Banbury, P.A.G., ‘The Sledmere Cross’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 72 (2000), pp.193-216

Bennett, S. and Dodsworth, T., ‘Remembered in stone: church monuments in the Rotherham area’, in Jones, M., Aspects of Rotherham (Barnsley, 1998), pp.60-79

Bertram, J., Brasses and slabs in York: A brief Preview ([London], 2017).

Blacker, J.G. and Mitchell, M., ‘Egglestone marble in York churches’, Interim, 22 (1998), pp.39-42

‘A Brass in Private Possession [from Hutton Magna]’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.1 (1904), pp.16-18

‘A Brass Weathercock formerly on York Minster’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 5, pt.2 (1904), pp.48-50

Brown, W., ‘The Catterick Brass’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 19 (1901), p.73

Butler, L., ‘A lost brass inscription from Stanwick church’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 59 (1987), pp.185-6

Butler, L., ‘Why did Norton conquer Sutton? a puzzle from West Tanfield’, Medieval Yorkshire (Journal of YAS Medieval Section), 32 (2003), pp.17-19 [brass to Thomas Sutton]

Cameron, H.K., ‘A Palimpsest Brass at Winestead, Yorkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.386-95

Carter, M., ‘The Mysterious Mitre on the Monument: a fifteenth-century grave cover at Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire’, Cîteaux: Commentarii Cistercienses, 66, fasc. 1-2 (2015), pp.7-20

Chadwick, H. and Wild, G., Brass Rubbing in Yorkshire (Clapham, 1975)

Clay, J.W. (ed.), Yorkshire Church Notes 1619-31 by Roger Dodsworth,Yorkshire Archaeol. Soc. Record Series, 34 ([Leeds], 1904)

Cox, C., ‘A palimpsest brass inscription at Ilkley’, Antiquary, 28 (August 1893), pp.61-4

Davies, R., ‘A memoir of Sir Thomas Herbert of York’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J. (1870), pp.182-214

Drake, F., Eboracum, or the History and Antiquities of the City of York (London, 1736; repr. Wakefield, 1978)

Earnshaw, J.R., ‘Medieval Grave Slabs from the Bridlington District’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 42 (1969), pp.333-45

Fairbank, F.R., ‘Thomas Garland, 1609; Todwick, Yorkshire’, Trans. Cambridge Univ. Assoc. of Brass Collectors, 2, pt.1 (1892), p.18

Fairbank, F.R., ‘Ancient memorial brasses remaining in the Old Deanery of Doncaster’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 11 (1893), p.71

Fairbank, F.R., ‘Memorial brasses in Howden church’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 11 (1893), p.171

Farman, P., Hacker, P. and Badham, S., ‘Incised Slab Discoveries at Tickhill, Yorkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.6 (2008), pp.521-49

Field, H.E., ‘Note on the Brass of Thomas Magnus, 1550, Sessay Church, Yorkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.1 (1897), pp.44-7

Fowler, F., ‘Don Valley and Deeside: A Palimpsest Link’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.284-7 [Doncaster]

Gittos, B.C. and M.J., ‘An Incised Slab at Burghwallis, Yorks’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.4 (1978), pp.319-21

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘A survey of East Riding monuments’, in Medieval, Art, Archaeology and Architecture in the East Riding of Yorkshire, ed. C. Wilson, Brit. Archaeol. Assoc. Conf. Trans. ([London], 1989), pp.91-108

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘A 14th century Monumental Brass Discovered in York’, Chronicle, 4, no.5 (1989), p.151

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘Putting the record straight’, Newsletter Church Mon. Soc., 5 (1990), p.21 [Sproatley] 

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘York, St. Saviour’, Newsletter Church Mon. Soc., 5 (1990), p.41

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘A newly-discovered black slab’ [at Meaux], Newsletter Church Mon. Soc., 6 (1991), pp.27-9

Gittos, B. and Gittos, M., ‘Early indent from Rievaulx Abbey’, Newsletter Church Mon. Soc., 15 (1999), pp.8-9

Greenhill, F.A., ‘The Ripon Lion’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.461-4

Hodges, H.H., ‘On some medieval grave covers of exceptional or unique character in the County of York’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 20 (1909), pp.220-4

Holmes, R., ‘Note on brass at Darrington, near Pontefract’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 15 (1896), p.244

Hope, W.H.St.J., ‘An account of the excavations lately carried at Warter Priory, Yorkshire’, Proc. Soc. Antiq., N.S.18 (1900), p.57 [incised slab Thomas Bridlington]

Hope, W.H.St.J., ‘The Warter Slab’, East Riding Antiq. Soc. Trans., 8 (1900), p.48

Hunter, J., The History and Topography of the Deanery of Doncaster in the Diocese and County of York, 2 vols. (London, 1828-31)

Hunter, J. Hallamshire (privately printed, 1819; 2nd edn. Sheffield, 1869)

Lawrence, H., ‘Monumental Brasses in the East Riding of Yorkshire’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 27 (1923-4), pp.380-7

London, H.S. and D’Elboux, R.H., ‘The Lost Brass of Sir Roger Somerville of Burton Agnes, Yorkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.260-3

Manning, P., ‘A palimpsest fragment at Scarborough, Yorkshire’, Oxford University Brass Rubbing Soc. J., 1 (1897), pp.255-6

McCall, H.B., Richmondshire Churches (London, 1910)

Meara, D., ‘Sir Mark Sykes and The Sledmere Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc.,15, pt.5 (1996), pp.486-98

Murray, H., ‘The Eynne brass in York Minster’, Aspects of Heraldry, 6 (1992), pp.5-9

Ollard, S.L., ‘Notes on the history of Bainton and its Rectors’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 25 (1920), pp.104-29

Oosterwijk, S., ‘A Chrysom Brass at Sheriff Hutton, Yorks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.5 (2002), pp.471-4

Ottaway, P., ‘A medieval incised grave cover from Filey Brigg, North Yorkshire’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 70 (1998), pp.85-7

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Discovery at Lowthorpe, Yorks. E.R.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.3 (1954), pp.126-8

Pattison, I. and Murray, H., Monuments in York Minster (York, 2001)

Poulson, G., The History and Antiquities of the Seignority of Holderness, 2 vols. (Hull, 1840-1)

Pullan, R.P., ‘Yorkshire Brasses and Slabs’, in Old Yorkshire, ed. W. Smith (London, 1883), pp. 164-6

Routh, P.E.S., ‘A Lost Brass from Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, York’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.540-2

Routh, P. and Knowles, R., ‘A Fifteenth Century Indent at Harewood, Yorkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.3 (1982), pp.205-7

Ryder, P., ‘A notary’s grave cover from Hooton Pagnell, South Yorkshire’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 51 (1979), pp.151-3

Ryder, P., Medieval Cross Slab Grave Covers in West Yorkshire, West Yorkshire Archaeol. Service Research Report, 1 (Wakefield, 1991)

Spencer, W.M., ‘A brass inscription from Lowthorpe, near Driffield’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 59 (1987), pp.183-4

Staevert, W.J., ‘Note on the brass at Burnsall Church’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 14 (1896), p.171

Stephenson, M., Additional note on the Lowthorpe brass’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 12 (1894), p.119

Stephenson, M., ‘Note on a Brass at Lowthorpe, East Yorkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.3 (1898), pp.143-4

Stephenson, M., ‘Monumental brasses in the West Riding of Yorkshire’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 16, (1898), pp.1-60

Stephenson, M., ‘Note on the palimpsest brass at Winestead, East Yorkshire’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 16 (1898), p.238

Stephenson, M., ‘Monumental brasses in the North Riding of Yorkshire’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 17 (1899), pp.1-81

Stephenson, M., ‘Monumental brasses in the East Riding of Yorkshire’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 12 (1893), pp.195-229

Stephenson, M., ‘Monumental Brasses in the East Riding: Additions and Corrections’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 14 (1898), pp.507-13

Stephenson, M., ‘The monumental brasses of Yorkshire: some additions and corrections’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 20, (1902), pp.291-307

Stephenson, M., ‘Monumental brasses in the City of York’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 18 (1904), pp.1-67

Stephenson, M., ‘Additions to the Monumental Brasses of Yorkshire Series’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 20 (1909), p.63

Stephenson, M., ‘A brass recently replaced in Knaresborough church’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 21 (1911), p.484

Stephenson, M., ‘A palimpsest brass relating to Yorkshire’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 21 (1911), pp.487-8

Stephenson, M., ‘Note on a Brass at Bossall, Yorkshire’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.8 (1913), pp.374-5

Stephenson, M., ‘An unrecorded brass at Bossall, in the North Riding’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 22 (1913), p.297

Stewart, W.J., ‘Brass at Burnsall Church’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 14 (1898), p.245

Telford, J., ‘Yorkshire Brasses’, Aspects of Heraldry, 2 (1979), pp.21-36

Tomlinson, G.W., ‘On monuments in Normanton Church with genealogical notes’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 5 (1879), pp.266-88

Torr, V.J., ‘Thomas Magnus’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.75-6 [Sessay]

Walter, D.A., Ancient Memorial Cross Slabs from the Churches of the City of York and Surrounding District (York, 1874)

Wardell, J. The Antiquities of the Borough of Leeds (Leeds, 1853)

Watson, J.D., ‘The Morewood Brass at Bradfield, Yorks.’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.138-44

Whitaker, T.D., The History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven in the County of York (London, 1805)

Whitaker, T.D., An History of Richmondshire in the North Riding of the County of York, 2 vols. (London, 1823)

Whiting, C.E., ‘The Topcliffe Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.1 (1934), pp.23-7

Whiting, C.E., ‘The Reverse of the Topcliffe Brass’, Yorkshire Archaeol. J., 32 (1935), pp.167-70

Whitworth, A, A Portfolio of Northern Brasses: Six Monumental Brasses from the County of Yorkshire and Beyond (s.l., 2002).

Wildridge, T.T., ‘Richard and Margaret Bell and Their Monumental Brass in Holy Trinity, Hull’, Malet Lambert Local History Reprints, Extra Volume 18 (Hull, c.1980); originally appeared in Hull Times (19 July 1913)

Williams, J.F., ‘The Brasses of York Minster’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.8 (1942), pp.342-52; 8, pt.1 (1943), pp.1-8

Willis, B., A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Manchester, Litchfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, Bristol, Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, Peterborough, Canterbury, Rochester, London and Winchester, 3 vols. (London, 1742)

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United Kingdom - Scotland, Wales, Channel Islands & Isle of Man

Wales

Badham, S., ‘Minor medieval effigial monuments in west and south Wales: an interim survey’, Church Monuments, 14 (1999), pp.5-34

Biebrach, R., ‘Conspicuous by their absence: rethinking explanations for the lack of brasses in medieval Wales’, Trans Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.1 (2009), pp.36-42

Biebrach, Rhianydd, Church Monuments in South Wales, c. 1200-1547 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2017)

Bailey, G., ‘The Wynne Brasses, Llanrwst’, The Antiquary, 1 (1904) pp.274-8, 337-40

Bliss, T. and Francis, G.G., Some Account of Sir Hugh Johnys (Swansea, 1845) [Swansea]

Dark, K.R., The Inscribed Stones of Dyfed (Llandysul, 1992)

D’Elboux, R.H., ‘The Brass of Wenllian Walsche at Llandough’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.3 (1945), pp.94-6

Fowler, F., ‘Don Valley and Deeside: A Palimpsest Link’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.284-7 [Hawarden]

Gray, M., ‘Post-medieval cross-slabs in south-east Wales: closet Catholics or stubborn traditionalists?’, Antiquaries Jnl, 96 (2016), pp.207-40

Gray, Madeleine, ‘Pray for my child: The Mansell and Aubrey ledgerstone memorials at Llantriddyd’, Church Monuments, 32 (2017), pp. 49-63

Gresham, C.A., Medieval Stone Carving in North Wales (Cardiff, 1968)

Hemp, W.J., ‘Anglesey Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.1 (1943), pp.17-22

Hemp, W.J., ‘Bangor Cathedral Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.3 (1945), pp.84-90

Lewis, J.M., Welsh Monumental Brasses: a Guide (Cardiff, 1974)

‘A Missing Brass [from St. Non]’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.4 (1898), p.199

Nash-Williams, V.E., Early Christian Monuments in Wales (Cardiff, 1950)

Rodger, J.W., ‘The stone cross slabs of South Wales and Monmouthshire’, Trans. Cardiff Naturalist’s Soc., 54 (1911), pp.24-62

Saul, N., ‘The slab of John le Botelier at St. Brides, Glamorgan’, Church Mon. Soc. Newsletter, 7 (1992), pp.4-7

Williams, S.W., ‘Notes upon some sepulchral slabs and monumental effigies in Wales’, Archaeol. Cambrensis, 5th series, 12 (1895), pp.112-33

Scotland

Allen, J.R., The Early Christian Monuments of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1903)

Close-Brooks, J., Pictish Stones in Dunrobin Castle Museum (Derby, 1989)

Cruden, S. The Early Christian and Pictish Monuments of Scotland (Edinburgh, 1964)

Davis, C.T., ‘Monumental Brass in the Old West Church, Aberdeen’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.4 (1898), pp.183-6

Drummond, J., Sculptured Monuments in Iona and the West Highlands (Edinburgh, 1881; repr. Felinfach, 1994)

Greenhill, F.A., ‘Notes on Scottish Incised Slabs I-III’, Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scotland78 (1943-4), pp.80-91; 80 (1945-6), pp.43-66; 81 (1946-7), pp.99-113

Greenhill, F.A., ‘A small brass in Kirkcudbright Museum’, Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scotland82 (1947-8), pp.297-8

Greenhill, F.A., ‘Scottish Notes I-VI’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.5 (1947), pp.165-70; 8, pt.6 (1949), pp.234-44; 9, pt.2 (1952), pp.92-5; 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.318-21; 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.405-25; 11, pt.2 (1970), pp.123-4

Kerr, P.W., ‘A Brass in the National Museum, Edinburgh’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.4 (1937), pp.167-8

Lamont, W.D. Ancient and Mediaeval Sculptured Stones of Islay (Edinburgh, 1968)

Lewis, R.W.M., ‘Lord Edward Bruce’s Heart Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.2 (1935); 7, pt.3 (1936), pp.114-15

Melville, N., ‘The incised effigial slab at Foveran, Aberdeenshire’, Catalogue of Park Lane Arms Fair (London, 1998), pp.11-17. Also in J. Western Martial Art (January 2000)

Millar, A.H., ‘Notice of an Incised Sepulchral Slab in the Church of Longforgan, Perthshire’, Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scotland34 (1900), p.463

Pearson, R.H., ‘A Palimpsest Brass in St. Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.3 (1936), pp.130-5

Ritchie, A., Govan and its Early Medieval Sculpture (Stroud, 1994)

Semple, J.M., The Stones of Iona (Glasgow, 1963)

Smith, L.A., ‘Scottish Notes (VII)’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.537-40

Steer, K.A. and Bannerman, J.W.M., Late Medieval Monumental Sculpture in the West Highlands (Edinburgh, 1977)

Channel Islands

Hutchinson, R., ‘An Indent in the Town Church, St. Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.6 (1975), pp.542-4

Isle of Man

A. Knox, ‘Monumental Brass to Bishop Rutter, Peel, Isle of Man’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.3 (1894), pp.100-3

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Foreign General

Art du Cuivre, exhibition catalogue, Byloke Museum, Ghent (Gand, 1961)

Bauch, K., Das mittelalterliche Grabbild. Figürliche Grabmäler des 11. bis 15. Jahrhunderts in Europa (Berlin, 1976)

Biervliet, L. van, ‘James Weale and Monumental Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14 (1987), pp.115-22

Belle, R. van, ‘Bunselkindgrafzerken en het bunselen van kinderen’, Ons Heem, 35 (1981), pp.117-24; 37 (1983), p.185

Belle, R. van, ‘Schepen op grafzerken’, Ons Heem, 37 (1983), pp.76-86

Belle, R. van, ‘Two incised slabs in the Low Countries to Jerusalem pilgrims’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.6 (1985), pp.505-9

Belonje, J. and Greenhill, F.A., ‘Some Brasses in Germany and the Low Countries’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.213-20; 9, pt.6 (1958), pp.290-6; 9, pt.7 (1960), pp.379-87; 9, pt.8 (1961), pp.447-59; 9, pt.9 (1962), pp.493-508; 10, pt.2 (1964), pp.46-55; 10, pt.3 (1965), pp.173-85; 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.232-7; 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.335-44; 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.445-53; 11, pt.1 (1969), pp.13-16; 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.363-6

Bertram, J., ‘An Incised Slab in Boccaccio’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.5 (1990), pp.353-5

Bertram, J., ‘Back in the DDR or further adventures among brasses in the fringes’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 98 (January 2005), pp.774-6

Bertram, J., Bishops and Burgers, Dukes and Knights: medieval monuments on the southern and eastern Baltic seaboard ([Oxford]: 2012)

Bertram, J., Travels of an Antiquary. Brasses and Church Monuments and Things Seen on my Travels, 6 vols. ([Oxford], 2016-18)

Bouquet, A.C., European Brasses (London, 1967)

Cameron, H.K., ‘Brasses on the Continent’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.7 (1940), pp.321-30; 7, pt.8 (1942), pp.358-64

Cameron, H.K., ‘Counterfeit Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.9 (1962), pp.525-6

Cameron, H.K., A List of Monumental Brasses on the Continent of Europe (London, 1970; rev. edn., with Appendix, 1977)

Cameron, H.K., ‘Brass Making: The Transport of Copper to Flanders by Sea’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 27 (1981), pp.18-19

Cameron, H.K., ‘Attributes of the Apostles on the Tournai School of Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.4 (1983), pp.283-303

Cameron, H.K., ‘The Incised Memorial as part of the Obsequies for the Dead: French Faith and Tournai Wills’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.5 (1984), pp.410-23

Cameron, H.K., ‘Four Civilian Brasses of the Flemish School’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.2 (1987), pp.101-14

Cockerham, P., ‘Hanseatic Merchant Memorials: Individual Monuments or Collective “Memoria”?’, in The Medieval Merchant: Proceedings of the 2012 Harlaxton Symposium, ed. C.M. Barron and A.F. Sutton (Donington, 2014), pp.392-413

Creeny, W.F., A Book of Facsimiles of Monumental Brasses on the Continent of Europe (Norwich, 1884)

Creeny, W.F., Illustrations of Incised Slabs on the Continent of Europe (Norwich, 1891)

Edleston, R.H., ‘Monumental Brasses’, Peterborough Natural History, Scientific and Archaeological Soc., Précis of the 57th and 58th Annual Reports for the Years 1928 & 1929 (Peterborough, 1930), pp.83-7

Edleston, R.H., ‘Monumental Brasses’, Peterborough Natural History, Scientific and Archaeological Soc., Précis of the 59th and 60th Annual Reports for the Years 1930 & 1931 (Peterborough, 1932), pp.44-8

Edleston, R.H., ‘Incised Monumental Slabs’, Peterborough Natural History, Scientific and Archaeological Soc., Précis of the 61st and 62nd Annual Reports for the Years 1932 & 1933 (Peterborough, 1934), pp.48-61

Edleston, R.H., ‘Incised Monumental Slabs’, Peterborough Natural History, Scientific and Archaeological Soc., Précis of the 63rd Annual Report for the Year 1934 (Peterborough, 1935), pp.13-19

Edleston, R.H., ‘Incised Monumental Slabs’, Peterborough Natural History, Scientific and Archaeological Soc., Précis of the 64th and 65th Annual Reports for the Years 1935 & 1936 (Peterborough, 1937), pp.57-64

Edleston, R.H., Incised Monumental Slabs, Part VI (Darlington, 1943)

Edleston, R.H., Illustrations of Incised Monumental Slabs on the Continent of Europe (Darlington, 1944)

Eichler, H., Die gravierten Grabplatten aus Metall im 14. Jahhundert und ihre Vorstufen, Inaugural-Dissertation zur Erlagung der Doktorwürde, Bonn, 1930 (Köln, 1933)

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Cardinal Nicholas de Cusa’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), pp.25-8

Favreau, R., Épigraphie Médievale (Turnhout, 1997)

Greenhill, F.A., ‘The Ledger of Andrew Halyburton’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.4 (1954), pp.184-90

Kier, H., Der Mittelalterliche Schmuckfüßboden (Düsseldorf, 1970)

Kockerols, H., ‘Lames Funéraires de Laiton’, in Art du Laiton – Dinaderie, ed. J. Toussaint (Namur, 2005), pp.131-57

Krüger, K., ‘Flämische Grabplatten im Ostseeraum. Kunstdenkmäler als historische Quelle’, in Die Niederlande und der europäische Nordosten: Ein Jahrtausend weiträumiger Beziehungen (700-1700), ed. H. Menke (Neumünster, 1992), pp.167-208

Norris, M., Monumental Brasses: The Memorials, 2 vols. (London, 1977)

Norris, M., Monumental Brasses: The Craft (London, 1978)

Oosterwijk, ‘Food for worms: food for thought: the appearance and interpretation of the “verminous” cadaver in Britain and Europe’, Church Monuments, 20 (2005), pp.40-80

Page-Phillips, J., Palimpsests: The Backs of Monumental Brasses, 2 vols. (London, 1980)

Prince, K.C., ‘European Brasses: Some Addenda to Cameron’s List’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 43 (1986), pp.226-30

Tennenhaus, M., ‘Hanseatic Merchants in England’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.3 (1971), pp.189-97

Tennenhaus, R. and Tennenhaus, M., The Immortal Image: European Engraved Brasses of the 12th to the 17th Century (Leipzig, 1977)

Wolkewitz, Ursula, Die gravierten Messinggrabplatten des 13. und 14. Jahrhunderts im Bereich der nordeutschen Hanse – ihre Herkunft und ihre Bedeutung (Kassel: Kassel University Press, 2014).

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Foreign Countries A - G

Austria

Dolenz, H., ‘Seltene romanische Grabplatten aus Villach und Umbegung’, Neues aus Alt-Villach: Jahrbuch des Museums der Stadt Villach, 7 (1970), pp.23-45

Baltic States

Nottbeck, E. von, ‘Die Grabsteine Revals’, in Nottbeck, E. von, and Neumann, W., Geschichte und Kunstdenkmäler der Stadt Reval, 2 vols. (Reval, 1904), II, pp.141-80

Barbados

Harris, M.G.T., ‘From Cornwall to the Caribbean’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), p.268

Belgium

Anderson, G., ‘The Brasses of Ghent’, The Antiquary, 49 (1913), pp.332-7

Arndt, K., ‘Pieter Pourbus als Entwerfer einer Grabplatte’, Bull. Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten, 15 (1966), pp.157-64

Bayliss, J. and Rogers, N., ‘Additions to Cameron's List of Continental Brasses’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 63 (1993), p.64 [Mechelen]

Belle, R. van, ‘Onze oude grafzerken’, Ons Heem, 29 (1975), pp.1-4

Belle, R. van, ‘Een gotische grafzerk uit de Duinenabdij te Koksijde’, Handelingen van het Genootschap voor Geschiedenis … te Brugge, 115 (1978), pp.146-55

Belle, R. van, ‘De grafzerk van Ingelram, graaf van Hesdin, te Auchy-lez-Hesdin’, Ons Heem, 33 (1979), pp.158-62

Belle, R. van, ‘The Incised Slab of Isabiaus de Bray and her Daughter at Mons’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.335-8

Belle, R. van, ‘De Grafzerk van Jehans de Courtrai’, De Leiegouw 21 (1979), pp.65-73

Belle, R. van, ‘Een grafzerk uit het voormalige Predikherenklooster te Brugge’, Het Brugs Ommeland,20 (1980), pp. 64-74

Belle, R. van, ‘Enkele zerkfragmenten uit de Sint-Gilliskerk te Brugge’, Het Brugs Ommeland, 21 (1981), pp.154-60

Belle, R. van, ‘Vier priesterzerken uit de Sint-Gilliskerk te Brugge’, Het Brugs Ommeland, 22 (1982), pp.258-69

Belle, R. van, ‘De grafzerk van Willem Gailliaert en Anna Looten uit de Sint-Gilliskerk te Brugge’, Het Brugs Ommeland, 23 (1983), pp.441-5

Belle, R. van, ‘Een riddergrafzerk uit de Duinenabdij’, Handelingen van het Genootschap voor Geschiedenis … te Brugge, 120 (1983), pp.89-94

Belle, R. van, ‘Enkele zerken uit de voormalige Spermalieabdij te Sijsele’, Het Brugs Ommeland, 24 (1984), pp.93-102

Belle, R. van, ‘De grafplaat van Antheunis de Grijse (†1503) uit de O.-L.-Vrouwkerk teOudenburg’, Handelingen van het Genootschap voor Geschiedenis … te Brugge, 127 (1990), pp.79-90

Belle, R. van, ‘A Brass to the van den Berghe Family in Kortrijk, Belgium’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.6 (1991), pp.444-7

Belle, R. van, ‘De grafzerk van Catharina de la Coste te Gistel’, Het Brugs Ommeland, 32 (1992), pp.175-82

Belle, R. van, ‘De grafzerk van Olivier van der Hulst, abt van de abdij van Oudenburg’, Biekorf, 93 (1993), pp.372-77

Belle, R. van, ‘De grafplaat van Carel van Overtvelt (†1499), kanunnik van Sint-Donaas’, Het Brugs Ommeland, 33 (1993), pp.169-83

Belle, R. van, ‘De grafplaat van Tristran van Halewijn (†1474) uit de O.-L.-Vrouwekerk teOudenburg’, Handelingen van het Genootschap voor Geschiedenis … te Brugge, 130 (1993), pp.233-40

Belle, R. van, ‘De grafzerk van Jacob Clou, stichter van de Boeteprocessie te Veurne’, Ons Heem, 47 (1993), pp.45-6

Belle, R. van, ‘De grafzerk van Gaspar van Egmond (†1604)’, Biekorf, 94 (1994), pp.397-413 [Damme]

Belle, R. van, ‘Woodland Pastimes on the Cortschoof Brass and Other Flemish Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.1 (1997), pp.26-47 [Bruges]

Belle, R. van, Vlakke grafmonumenten en memorietaferelen met persoonsafbeeldingen in West-Vlaanderen: een inventaris, funeraire symboliek en een overzicht van het kostuum (Brugge 2006)

Belle, R. van, ‘An Incised Slab Discovery in Bruges and some other Bruges Slabs’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.2 (2010), pp.133-44

Belle, R. van, Corpus Laminae: Belgische kopen graf- en gedenkplaten 1143-1925, 2 vols. (Brugge, 2017)

Belle, R. van, and De Witte, H., ‘Twee grafzerken uit de kapel van het oud St.-Janshospitaal14de en 15de eeuw’, Jaarboek van de Stedelijke Musea, 1985-6 (Brugge, 1987), pp.150-8

Belle, R. van, and Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘The Jerusalem Church, Bruges’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.344-7

Belonje, J., ‘A Lost Brass of 1596 from Brussels Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.5 (1984), pp.424-5

Bequet, A., ‘Les tombes plates de l'ancien comté de Namur’, Annales de la Société de Namur archéologique, 14 (1877), pp.143-64

Bertram, J., ‘Some Loose Stones’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 54 (1990), pp.447-8 [Bruges]

Biervliet, L. van, Leven en werk van J.W. Jeames Weale, een Engels kunsthistoricus in Vlaanderen in de 19de eeuw (Brussel, 1991)

Béthune de Villers, J., ‘Musée des ruines de Saint-Bavon. Dalles funéraires retrouvées à l’éclusedes Braemgaten’, Mémoires des Sciences historiques de Belgique (1891), pp.89-109, 257-69, 385-401 (1892), pp.1-16, 129-45, 261-73

Blair, J., ‘An angel from an early Flemish Brass’, Burlington Mag., 121 (1979), pp.376, 378-9

Cameron, H.K., ‘The 14th-Century School of Flemish Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.2 (1970), pp.50-81

Cameron, H.K., ‘The 14th-century School of Flemish Brasses: Evidence for a Tournai Workshop’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.3 (1977), pp.199-209

Cameron, H.K., ‘Two Lost Brasses of the Tournai School formerly at Bruges’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.2 (1981), pp.119-31

Caster, E. van, and Op de Beeck, R., ‘De grafplaat van Johannes de Heere en Gerardus deHeere’, Bull. Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten en Geschiedenis, 40-42 (1968-70), pp.91-104

Caster, E. van, and Op de Beeck, R., De Grafkunst in Belgisch Limburg (Assen, 1981)

De Cuyper, J., ‘Grafzerken uit de 14e eeuw in de Duinenabdij te Koksijde’, Biekorf, 57 (1956), pp.139-42

Collon-Gevaert, S., Histoire des arts du metal en Belgique, (Bruxelles, 1951)

De Flou, K., ‘St.-Jakobskerk te Brugge. Grafschriften’, Biekorf, 34 (1928), pp.111-4

Dennison, L., ‘The Artistic Context of Fourteenth Century Flemish Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.1 (1986), pp.1-38

Dennison, L., ‘A unique Monument: the Brass of Philippe de Mézières’, in Tributes to Nigel Morgan, ed. J.M. Luxford and M.A. Michael (London, 2010), pp.197-210 [Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Antwerp]

Devliegher, L., ‘14de-eeuwse grafzerken uit Sint-Kruis (Brugge)’, Handelingen van het Genootschap voor Geschiedenis … te Brugge, 126 (1989), pp.233-4

Eichler, H., ‘Flandrische gravierte Metallgrabplatten des XIV. Jahrhunderts’, Jahrbuch der Preußischen Kunstsammlungen, 54 (1933), pp.199-220

Gaillard, J., Inscriptions funéraires et monumentales de la Flandre Occidentale, 2 vols. (Bruges, 1861-6)

Haeghen, P. van der, Enquête sur les dalles, lames de cuivre et autres monuments funéraires provenant d'ateliers de tombiers gantois, XIVme-XVIme siècles, d’après des documents d'archives (Gand, 1914)

Hemp, W.J., ‘A Late Fifteenth Century Incised Slab at Bruges with a Collar of Suns and Rosesin Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.7 (1913), pp.320-5

Heyst, M.G.M.A. van, ‘Brasses at Diest, Province of Brabant, Belgium’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.354-7

Hollebosch-van Reck, Y., ‘Koper en Brons’, Gent - Duizend Jaar Kunst en Cultuur, vol.3 (Gent, 1975), pp.297-378

Hye, I., ‘Notice sur une dalle tumulaire de cuivre du XVe siècle, qui se trouve au Béguinage àBruges’, Annales de la Société d’Emulation de Bruges, 2e sér., 7 (1850), pp.221-33

Inscriptions funéraires et monumentales de la Province de la Flandre Orientale, 4 vols. (Gand, 1860-70)

Kockerols, H., Monuments funeraire en pays Mosan. Arrondissement de Huy.Tombes et epitaphes 1100-1800 (Malonne, 1999)

Kockerols, H., Monuments funéraires et inscriptions en pays Mosan. Arrondissement de Namur. Tombes et epitaphes 1100-1800 (Malonne, 2001)

Kockerols, H., ‘Two Incised Slabs from the Abbey of Val-Saint-Lambert near Liége’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.4 (2006), pp.297-314

Lavaert, J., ‘Het mystiek huwelijk van … Kateline Daut. Een bijdrage tot de iconografie van eenkoperen grafplaat in de St.-Jacobskerk te Brugge’, Biekorf, 83 (1983), pp.394-410

Lavaert, J., and Belle, R. van, ‘De Vloerzerken van Jan en Christiaen de Plaet in de Sint-Gilliskerkte Brugge’, Handelingen van het Genootschaap voor Geschiedenis …te Brugge, 116 (1979), pp.221-44

Lefèvre, P., ‘Pierres tombales gravées à Louvain en 1548 pour l'abbaye d'Averbode’, Analecta Praemonstratensia, 29 (1953), pp.246-50

Lefèvre, P., ‘Les tombeaux des abbés d’Averbode du XIIe au XIXe siècle’, Analecta Praemonstratensia, 47 (1971), pp.262-72

Molle, F. van, ‘Namaak van de koperen grafplaat van Griele van Ruwescuere (†1410)’, Bulletin de l’Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique, 4 (1961), pp.117-29

Molle, F. van, ‘De koperen Grafplaat van Machtelt Roelants uit de Begijnhofkerk te Leuven’, Arca Lovaniensis, 2 (1973), pp.157-65

Molle, F. van, ‘Koperen koppen en vuisten in het oude Vlaamse strafrecht’, Antiek, 9 (1974), pp.141-66 [Brass pardon inscriptions and votive offerings].

Molle, F. van, ‘Een Tabernakeldeurtje van 1598 uit de St. Niklaaskerk te Gent’, Antiek, 10 (1975-6), pp.1017-24

Nys, L., La pierre de Tournai: Son exploitation et son usage aux XIIIème, XIVème et XVème siècles (Tournai, 1993)

Nys, L., ‘Incised Wall Tablets in Tournai Stone: Late Fourteenth and early Fifteenth Century’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.2 (1993), pp.90-118

Op de Beeck, R.A.E., ‘The Votive Plaque of Michel de Beckere (1488) formerly in the Steenpoorte Prison at Brussels’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc.,11, pt.3 (1971), pp.136-46

Page-Phillips, J., ‘Three Flemish Fragments’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 14, pt.4 (1989), pp.324-8

Page-Phillips, J., ‘A Hidden Face in the Width of an Engraved Line’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 56 (1991), pp.479-80 [Ghent]

Pearson, R.H., ‘A Hidden Brass in the Church of St. Jacques at Bruges’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.2 (1935), pp.71-5

Pearson, R.H., ‘Two Fragments at Bruges’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 8, pt.4 (1946), pp.148-50

Peel, H., ‘Kateline d’Ault and the Angels: the Brass of Kateline d’Ault (d.1461) in St. James’, Bruges’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.4 (2017), pp.333-57

Remacle, G., ‘La pierre tombale d'une comtesse de Salm à Vielsalm’, Glain et Salm, 7 (1977), pp.69-70

Rigold, S.E., ‘Indents of Chalice Brasses in Bruges’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.283-4

Rogers, N.J.E., ‘Bruges Indents: A Correction’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.1 (1980), p.81

Rogers, N., ‘The Brass of Thomas Harding at Leuven’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 70 (1995), p.202

Soil de Moriame, E.-J., ‘Le tombeau de Jacques Kastangnes (†1327) à l’église Saint-Quentin deTournai’, Revue belge d’archéologie et d’histoire de l’art, 1 (1931), pp.3-9

Vandenberghe, S., ‘Drie herbruikte grafzerken uit de Onze-Lieve-Vrouwkerk te Brugge’, Handelingen van het Genootschaap voor Geschiedenis …te Brugge, 124 (1987), pp.259-65

Van Den Kerkhove, A. and Baldewijns, J., Museum voor Stenen Voorwerpen (Ruines van Sint-Baafsabdij): Gids voor de Bezoeker (Gent, 1986)

Vermeersch, V., Grafmonumenten te Brugge voor 1578, 3 vols. (Brugge, 1976)

Weale, W.H.J., ‘Tombe plate en cuivre de Sire Louis van Liefdael et de Dame Marguerite deBeer, dans l’église de Sainte-Marguerite, à Thielen (Anvers)’, Messager des sciences historiques, 28 (1860), pp.169-82

Weale, W.H.J., ‘Note sur une tombe plate en pierre en l’église de Sainte-Marie-Madeleine’, Bulletin de la Société historique et littéraire de Tournai, 15 (1872), pp.125-6

Weale, W.H.J., ‘Note sur les lames funéraires en cuivre conservées à Bruges’, Bulletin de la Gilde de Saint Thomas et de Saint Luc, 13 (1900), pp.153-90

Werts, N. and Kefer, J., Pierres Tombales des Musées (Liege, 1985)

Bohemia

Hlavácek, I, ‘Zu den Memorialinschriften im Luxemburgischen Böhmen’, in Epigraphik 1988, Fachtagung für mittelalterliche und neuzeitliche Epigraphik, ed. W. Koch (Graz, 1988), pp.245-58 [Incised slabs in Goldenkron and Prague]

Hejnic, J., ‘Náhrobky v Lapidariu Národního Musea’, Sborník Národního Musea v Praze, 13 (1959), pp.141-220

Rogers, N., ‘Three new brasses in Bohemia and an addition to Greenhill’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 64 (1993), pp.82-3

Smart, K.F., ‘Brasses in Prague’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.1 (1969), pp.28-30

Tennenhaus, M. and R.J.S., ‘Three Continental Brasses’, J. British Archaeol. Assn., 3rd series, 37 (1974), pp.119-22 [Prague]

Canada

Harris, M.G.T., ‘A Canadian Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), p.269

Cayman Islands

Harris, M., ‘The Victor of St. George’s Cay: Commander John Ralph Moss, R.N. (1759-99)’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.1 (2014), pp.57-80

China

Foster, J., ‘Crosses from the Walls of Zaitun’, J. Royal Asiatic Soc., N.S.86 (1954), pp.1-25

Foster, J., ‘A Virgin and Child from Medieval China’, International Review of Missions, 45 (1956), pp.323-8

Cyprus

Catling, H.W., ‘A Medieval Tombstone in the Paphos Museum’, in Mosaic: Festschrift for A.H.S. Megaw, ed. J. Herrin, M. Mullett and C.Otten-Froux, British School at Athens Studies, 8 (London, 2001), pp.139-44

Chamberlayne, T.J., Lacrimæ Nicossienses: Recueil d’inscriptions funéraires la plupart françaises existant encore dans l’isle de Chypre, suivi d’un armorial Chypriote (Paris, 1894)

Enlart, C., L’Art Gothique et la Renaissance en Chypre (Paris, 1899)

Gunnis, R., Historic Cyprus (London, 1936; 2nd edn., 1947)

Jeffrey, C., A Description of the Historic Monuments of Cyprus (Nicosia, 1918)

Markou, G. Heraldry in Cyprus, 2nd rev. edn. (Nicosia, 2003) 

Denmark

Bertram, J., ‘The Brass of King Christopher I at Ribe’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.5 (2013), pp.388-90

Cameron, H.K., ‘Flemish Brasses in Denmark: A Microcosm of National History’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.3 (1982), pp.169-202

Holm, K., ‘Erik Menveds og Ingeborgs gravplade - restaurering og undersøgelse’, Nationalmuseets Arbejdsmark 1972 (København, 1972), pp.171-82

Holm, K., ‘The Brass of King Erik Menved and Queen Ingeborg: Restoration and Examination’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 15, pt.1 (1992), pp.2-18 [Ringsted]

Jensen, A., Danish Churches: the Churches of Prœstø Country (Copenhagen, 1957)

Jensen, C.A., Danske Adelige Gravsten fra Sengotikens og Renaissancens Tid (1470-1600), 2 vols. (Kjøbenhavn, 1951-3) [also covers Skåne, Sweden]

Løffler, J.B., Gravstenene i Roskilde Kjøbstad (Kjøbenhavn, 1885)

Løffler, J.B., Gravmonumenterne i Sorø Kirke (Kjøbenhavn, 1888)

Løffler, J.B., Danske Gravstene fra Middelalderen (Kjøbenhavn, 1889)

Løffler, J.B., Gravmonumenterne i Ringsted Kirke (Kjøbenhavn, 1891)

Werlauff, E.C., Beskrivelse over Kong Erik Menveds og Dronning Ingeborgs Gravminde i Ringsted Kirke (Kjøbenhavn, 1815)

Worsaae, J.J.A. and Herbst, C.F., Kongegravene i Ringsted Kirke (Kjøbenhavn, 1858)

Finland

Blair, C., ‘The Monument of Saint Henry of Finland: A Reassessment’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.6 (2008), pp.560-73

Borenius, T., ‘St. Henry of Finland: An Anglo-Scandinavian Saint’, Archaeol. J., 87 (1930), pp.340-56

Chivers, D., ‘The Monument of Saint Henry of Finland: An Assessment of its Construction and Conservation’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.6 (2008), pp.574-8

Hirn, M., ‘St. Henriks kenotafium i Nousis kyrka. Vad man under äldre tider vetat om dettamonument och hur man tagit vård om det’, Finskt Museum, 59 (1952), pp.41-79

James, M.R., ‘The Sepulchral Brass of St Henry of Finland’, Proc. Cambridge Antiquarian Soc., 10 (1903), pp.215-22 (repr. with alterations, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 4, pt.8 (1903), pp.336-41)

Riska, T., ‘Den helige biskop Henriks sarkofag in Nousis kyrka’, Hikuin, 17 (1990), pp.271-88

Nervander, E., ‘Sanct Henriks sarkofag i Nousis kyrka’, Finska Fornminnesföreningens Tidskrift,1 (1874), pp.73-84

Nervander, E., ‘Engelskt utlåtande om S:t Henriks kenotaf i Nousis’, Finskt Museum (1903), pp.67-70

Nervander, E., ‘Ännu en gång S:t Henriks grafplatta i Nousis samt dess forna motstycke iRoskilde i Danmark’, Finskt Museum(1907), pp. 10-15

Norberg, R., ‘Svenska helgon på S:t Henriks kenotaf i Nousis’, Finskt Museum (1960), pp. 5-10

Rancken, A.W., ‘Nousiaisten kirkon nähtävyys, piispa Henrikin sarkofaagi’, Suomen Kuvalehti (1926), pp.158-9

Roosval, J., ‘Biskop Henriks kenotafium’, Lucifer (1926), pp.37-40

Thordemann, B., ‘Dateringen av Sankt Henriks kenotaf i Nousis’, in Corolla archeologica in honorem C.A. Nordman (Helsinki, 1952), pp.235-47

France

Adhémar, J., and Dordor, G., ‘Les tombeaux de la collection Gaignières: Dessins d’archéologiedu XVIIe siècle’, Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 6ème pér., 84 (1974), pp.1-192; 88 (1976), pp.1-88; 90 (1977), pp.1-76

Bazin, R., ‘La sculpture funéraire du XIIIe au XVIIIe siècle’, in Laon: Une Acropole à la française (Amiens, 1995), pp.288-309

Belle, R. van, ‘Het grafmonument van Ferrand van Portugal te Noyon’, Biekorf, 79 (1979), pp.332-6

Belle, R. van, ‘De grafzerk van Jehans de Courtrai’, De Leiegouw, 21 (1979), pp.65-73 [Dimechaux]

Belle, R. van, ‘Villers-Vermont, France’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.1 (2009), pp.63-9

Bouchot, H., Inventaire des dessins exécutés pour Roger de Gaignières et conservés aux départements des estampes et des manuscrits, Bibliothèque Nationale, 2 vols.(Paris, 1891)

Bousquet, J. et al., Les Stèles Discoidales:Journée d’Étude de Lodève[de la Fédération archéologique de l’Hérault] (Sète, 1980) [cross slabsin southern France]

Carolus-Barré, L., ‘La plate-tombe gravée, non datée (vers 1234), de Jobert dit Cahorsin,prévôt de Crécy-en-Brie, conservée en l’église de Villeneuve-le-Comte’, Bull. de la Soc. Nationale des Antiquaires de France (1972), pp.75-84

Chivers, D., ‘Two French Incised Slabs in the British Museum’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.4. (2000-2001), pp. 387-93

Coales, J., ‘The Drawings of Roger de Gaignières: Loss and Survival’, Church Monuments, 12 (1997), pp.14-34

Cockerham, P., ‘A Lost French Brass noted by Thomas Dineley’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 73 (1996), pp.255-6

Cockerham, P., ‘Sale of French Incised Slab: Argument for its Attribution’, Church Monuments, 13 (1998), pp.35-44

Cockerham, P., ‘Pilchrows - A French Example’ [at Saint-Etienne, Toul], Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 97 (September 2003), p.756

Cockerham, P., ‘The Incised Slab to an Architect at Caudebec-en-Caux, Seine-Maritime’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt. 2 (2004), pp. 136-43

Cockerham, P., ‘Cathédrale ou Collégiale?: Monuments and Commemoration in Late Medieval Toul’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt. 5 (2013), pp. 423-66

Cockerham, P., and Coales, J., ‘Seventeenth-century Tile-tombs in Normandy: An Interim Appraisal’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assoc., 153 (2000), pp. 27-41

Coulthard, N., and Delacampagne, F.,Pavés et Plates-tombes - Collection de la Société des Antiquaires de Normandie,Cahiers des Annales de Normandie, 27, Musée deNormandie (Caen, 1995)

Dennison, L., ‘French or Flemish?: A Fragment of a Pontifical Brass in the British Museum’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.4 (2000-1), pp.327-48

Dennison, L., ‘A unique Monument: the Brass of Philippe de Mézières’, in Tributes to Nigel Morgan, ed. J.M. Luxford and M.A. Michael (London, 2010), pp. 197-210 [Celestins, Paris]

Dequen, P., ‘La Chapelle du Cimetière de Rogy et sa Pierre Tombale’, Bull. Trimestriel Soc. des Antiquaires de Picardie, 50 (1964), pp.208-16, 303-7

Dufresne, J-L. et al.,Arts funéraires et décors de la vie Normandie XIIe-XVIe siècle: étude historique et archéologique de l’abbaye Notre-Dame: les plates-tombes et le décor céramique dans la Normandie médiévale (Caen, 2003)

Favreau, R., Michaud, J., et al., Corpus des inscriptions de la France médiévale (Paris, 1974- )

Goodall, J.A. and Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A 17th century French Inscription Plate’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.3 (1982), pp.203-4

Greenhill, F.A., ‘Two Despoiled Slabs in Burgundy’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), pp.31-2

Greenhill, F.A., ‘An Incised Slab with Brass Inlays at Boncourt, Pas-de-Calais’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.376-7

Greenhill, F.A., ‘An Incised Slab at Saint-Pierre-Brouck, Pas-de-Calais’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.467-8

Greenhill, F.A., ‘The Vavasour Monument at Villejuif (Val-de-Marne)’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.2 (1976), pp.153-4

Guilhermy, F. de (and Lasteyrie, R. de (vol. 5)), Inscriptions de la France du Ve siècle au XVIIIe, 5 vols. (Paris, 1873-83)

Kaye, W.J., ‘On an Incised Slab and a Brass from Provence’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6, pt.7 (1913), pp.318-20

Marcoux, R., ‘Investigating the Metal Tombs of Medieval France: A Statistical Approach’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 19, pt.3 (2016), pp.186-212

Martin, J., ‘L’église cathédrale Saint-Vincent de Chalon-sur-Saône: pierres tombales, inscriptions et documents historiques’, Mémoires de la Société d’Histoire et d’Archéologie de Chalon-sur-Saône, 9 (1905-6), pp.1-144

Mercier, J., Les Dalles Tumulaires de l'Église Saint-Pierre de Bar-sur-Aube en Champagne (Bar-sur-Aube, 1989)

Métayer-Masselin, M. de la, Collection des Dalles Tumulaires de la Normandie (Paris-Caen, 1861)

Nolan, K., ‘The Queen's body and institutional memory: the tomb of Adelaide of Maurienne’[Saint-Pierre-de-Montmartre, Paris] in Memory and the Medieval Tomb, ed.E. Valdez del Alamo and C. Stamatis Pendergast (Aldershot, 2000), pp.249-68

Norton, E.C., ‘The Thirteenth-Century Tile-Tombs of the Abbots of Jumièges’. J. Brit. Archaeol. Assoc., 137 (1984), pp.145-67

Oman, C., ‘A Recent Acquisition of the Victoria and Albert Museum’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc.,9 (1954), p. 204 [French]

Op de Beeck, R., and Caster, E. van, ‘Les dalles funéraires gravées à effigies conservées dansla cathédrale Notre-Dame de Saint-Omer’, Bulletin trimestriel de la Société académique des antiquaires de la Morinie, 20, no.379 (June 1964), pp.193-210

Oursel, H., ‘Monuments funéraires des XIIIe, XIVe, XVe et XVIe siècles à Lille et dans lesenvirons immédiats’, Revue du Nord, 62 (1980), pp.345-70

Page-Phillips, J.C., ‘A Foundation Plate in the Cluny Museum in Paris’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.3 (1965), pp.192-4

Pearson, R.H., ‘A Medieval Monumental Brass at Antwerp’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.216-18 [Celestins, Paris]

P[ottier], A., ‘Découvertes des tombeaux pavis de terre-cuite dans l’arrondissement deNeufchâtel’,Revue de Rouen, 17 (1849), pp.499-502

Raunie, É., Épitaphier du vieux Paris, 13 vols. in 14 (Paris, 1899-2000)

Rigold, S.E., ‘Early Indents in Laon Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.4 (1966), pp.275-82

Rogers, N., ‘William Cole in Paris’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 34 (1983), pp.60-1

Rogers, N., ‘A Fragment of a Brass at Valenciennes’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 36 (1984), p.99

Séron, C., ‘Les plates-tombes du XIIIe s. au musée des antiquités de Rouen (Seine-Maritime)’, D.E.S., typescript (Paris-Sorbonne, 1978)

‘Two Eighteenth Century Brass Inscriptions at Rouen’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 6 (1910), pp.57-8

Vaivre, J.-B. de, ‘La dalle tumulaire de Jean de Bourbon, seigneur de Montperroux’, Bulletin monumental, 136 (1978), pp.285-92

Vaivre, J.-B. de, ‘Les tombeaux des sires de Bourbon (XIIIe et première partie du XIVe siècles)’,Bulletin Monumental,138 (1980), pp. 365-403 [Champaigne and Bessay]

Vaivre, J.-B. de, ‘La dalle tumulaire de Guillaume du Bois, seigneur de Posanges’, Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 6e pér., 95 (1980), pp. 141-6

Vaivre, J.-B. de, ‘Sept dalles tumulaires de la maison de Til-Châtel’, Cahiers d'héraldique, 4 (1983), pp.137-46

Vaivre, J.-B. de, ‘Dessins inédits de tombes médiévales bourguignonnes de la collection Gaignières’, Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 6e pér., 108 (1986), pp.97-122, 141-82

Germany

see also Silesia

Azzola, F.K., ‘Zur Ikonographie des Kreuzes auf Kleindenkmälern des Hoch und Spätmittelaltersim deuschen Sprachraum’, in Deutsche Inschriften, Fachtagung für mittelalterliche und neuzeitliche Epigraphik, Worms 1996, ed. H. Zimmermann (Mainz, 1987), pp.9-41 [on cross slabs]

Bertram, J., Monumental Brasses and Slabs in the Cities of the German Hanseatic League (privately printed, Oxford, 1994)

Bertram, J., ‘A Visit to the Cities of the Hanse’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 68 (1995), pp.164-6

Bertram, J., Brasses in Germany: Some Reflections upon Recent Discoveries (privately printed, Oxford, 1997)

Bracken, J., ‘The Schwerin Brasses’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 57 (1991), pp.512-17

Bracken, J., ‘Brasses at Schwerin, Gadebusch, Stralsund and Lübeck’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 60 (1992), pp.562-6

Bornschein, F., Grabplatten für die Geistlichkeit des Marienstiftes im Dom zu Erfurt aus der Zeit von 1470 bis 1550 (Erfurt, 1997)

Brehmer, W., ‘Lübeck’s messingene Grabplatten aus dem 14. Jahrhundert’, Hansische Geschichtsblätter, 4 (1883), pp.11-41

Brockmann, R., ‘Two Unknown Brasses in the German Rhineland’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc.,15, pt.4 (1995), pp.315-20

Bücking, J., ‘Zur Grabinschrift Rudolfs von Rheinfelden’, Zeitschrift für die Geschichte des Oberrheins, 116 (1968), pp.393-5 [Merseburg]

Cameron, H.K., ‘On Two Brasses in the Cathedral Church of St. Peter, Bremen’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 7, pt.5 (1938), pp.213-15

Cameron, H.K., ‘Brasses at Lübeck’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.2 (1952), pp.72-5

Cameron, H.K., ‘The Brass of c.1350 in Lübeck Cathedral to Bishops Burchard von Serkenand Johann von Mul’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.5 (1984), pp.363-80

Cameron, H.K., ‘Flemish Brasses of the Fourteenth Century in Northern Germany and their useby Merchants of the Hanse’, Archaeological J., 143 (1986), pp.331-51

Derschka, H., ‘Die Grabplatte des Robert Hallum: Zur Beisetzung des Bischofs von Salisbury im Konstanzer Münster vor 600 Jahren’, Schriften des Vereins für Geschichte des Bodensees und seiner Umgebung, 135 (2017), pp.97-121

Die deutschen Inschriften, Akademien der Wissenschaften in Berlin, Göttingen, Heidelberg,Leipzig, München, & Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien (variousplaces, 1942-) [also covers Austria]

Dormagen, H.G., ‘Katharina, Duchess of Guelders’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.1 (1997), pp.48-50 [Geldern]

Dormagen, H.G., ‘The Brass of Sibert van Ryswick at Xanten, Germany’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.2 (1998), pp.143-6

Dormagen, H.G., ‘Hermann Blankfordt’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.3 (2005), pp.256-64

Dormagen, H.G., ‘Friedrich of Saxony, Grand Master of the Teutonic Order (1498-1510), Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt. 5 (2007), pp. 467-80

Eichler, H., ‘Die messingne Grabplatte des Johann Lüneburg in der Katharinenkirche zu Lübeck’, Mitteilungen des Vereins für Lübeckische Geschichte und Altertumskunde, 15 (1930), pp.39-45

Eichler, H., ‘A Flemish Brass of 1398’, Burlington Magazine, 61 (1932), pp.84-6 [Altenberg]

Fairbank, F.R., ‘The Brass of Lambert von Brunn, Bishop of Bamberg’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 2, pt.4 (1894), pp.145-8

Gerlach, H., Die mittelalterlichen gravirten messingenen Grabplatten, insbesondere in den Domen zu Meißen und Freiberg (Freiberg, 1866)

Gerlach, H., Photographien von Original-Abdrücke mittelalterlicher gravirter messingener Grabplatten in 15facher Verkleinerung (Freiberg in Sachsen, 1867)

Greenhill, F.A., ‘Heinrich Dusemer, Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.3 (1965), pp.136-43

Heimann, C.F., ‘Die verschwundene Grabplatte des Bischofs Wicbold von Culm im Altenberger Dom’, Altenberger Domverein, Jahresbericht für die Jahre 1908/10, pp.45-9

Herring, K., ‘The Brass to Johann II, Duke of Kleve, 1521, and his wife Mechtild, 1505, in St. Mariae Himmelfahrt, Kleve, Germany’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 139 (2018), pp.774-6

Heyst, M.G.M.A. van, ‘A Brass in Private Possession at Aachen’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.358-9

Kowalski, K.M., ‘Gdansk inskrypcie srednowieczny’, in Gdansk srednowieczny (1998), pp.119-32 [Medieval inscriptions in Danzig]

Kramer, J., Metallne Grabplatten in Sachsen vom Ende des 14. bis in den Anfang des 16. Jahrhunderts (c.1390-c.1510), Diss. Phil. (Halle/S., 1912)

Krüger, K., Ich bin ein Gast auf Erden: Grabplatten in mecklenburgischen Kirchen, exhibition catalogue (Schwerin, 1995)

Krüger, K., Corpus der mittelalterlichen Grabdenkmäler in Lübeck, Schleswig, Holstein und Lauenburg (1100-1600) (Stuttgart, 1999)

Lamp, R., ‘Rupert of Jülich-Berg, Bishop of Paderborn’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.3 (1999), pp.221-8

Lamp, R., ‘Eghard I von Hanensee, d.1405, Hildesheim Cathedral’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.4 (2006), pp.336-46

Lamp, R., ‘Johannes Lüneburg, d.1461, Katharinenkirche, Lübeck', Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 17, pt.6 (2008), pp.550-9

Lamp, R., Eines in Allem, Abriebe mittelalterlichen Grabplatten aus deutschen und englischen Kirchen (Lübeck, 2012)

Lateingruppe der Klasse 10 des Jahrgands 1996/7 des Katholischen Gymnasiums Bernhardimium, Res gestae a funeribus narratae, oder: Geschichten aus der Gruft, die Epitaphien des Domes St. Marien zu Fürtenwalde (Fürstenwalde, 1997)

Musset, M.L., ‘Une plate-tombe en carreaux de céramique vernissée de l'ancienne cathédralede Hambourg et ses analogies normandes’, Bulletin de la Société des Antiquaires de Normandie, 60 (1992), pp.65-7

Nikitsch, E., Kloster Disibodenberg (Regensburg, 1998)

Nikitsch, E., ‘Zur Sepulchralkultur mittelrhenischer Zisterzienseklöster’, inEpigraphik 1988, Fachtagung für mittelalterliche und neuzeitliche Epigraphik, Graz 1988, ed. W. Koch (Wien, 1989), pp. 179-94

Norris, M., ‘Brasses at Zeitz’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.5 (1955), pp.265-70

Norris, M.W., ‘The Schools of Brasses in Germany’, J. British Archaeol. Assoc., 3rd series, 19 (1956), pp.34-52

Owen Evans, H.F., ‘Cardinal Nicholas de Cusa’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10 (1963), pp.25-8

Paatz, W., ‘Die Lübeckische Bronzeproduction des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts’, Repertorium für Kunstwissenschaft, 51 (1930), pp.67-92

Pearsall, R., ‘Account of the Monumental Brass of Bishop Hallum in the Cathedral Church of Constance’, Archaeologia, 30 (1844), pp.430-7

Rogers, Nicholas, ‘Bishop Hallum’s Brass in Konstanz Minster’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 20 (2019), pp. 46-63

Rosen, K. von, ‘Die metallene Grabplatte des Bürgermeisters Albert Hövener in der St.Nicolaikirche zu Stralsund und weitere verwandte Denkmale in der Ostseeländern’, Hansische Geschichtsblätter, 1 (1871), pp.87-108

Saal, W., Steinkreuze und Kreuzsteine im Bezirk Magdeburg (Halle, 1987) [cross slabs in theformer D.D.R.]

Saul, N., ‘Brasses at Trier’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 83 (2000), p.472

Schubert, E., ‘Der memorial-grabstein des Bischofs Richwin’, in Epigraphik 1988, Fachtagung für mittelalterliche und neuzeitliche Epigraphik, Graz 1988, ed. W. Koch (Wien, 1989), pp.227-36 [incised slab in Naumburg, St. Moritz]

Schubert, E., ‘Epigraphik und Kunstgeschichte: die Grabplatte König Rudolphs von Schwabenim Merseburger Dom’, in Epigraphik 1982, Fachtagung für mittelalterliche und neuzeitliche Epigraphik, Klagenfurt 1982, ed. W. Koch (Wien, 1983), pp.87-100

Schubert, E., ‘Inschrift und Darstellung auf Quedlinburger Äbtissinnengrabsteinen des 12 und13 Jahrunderts’ in Deutsche Inschriften, Fachtagung für mittelalterliche und neuzeitliche Epigraphik, Worms 1996, ed. H. Zimmermann(Mainz, 1987), pp.131-51

Stadie, I., ‘Das Grabdenkmal für Robert Hallum im Chor’, in Das Konstanzer Münster Unserer Lieben Frau: 1000 Jahre Kathedrale – 200 Jahre Pfarrkirche (Regensburg, 2013), pp.87-88.

Störzner, F., Steinkreuze in Thüringen: Katalog, Bezirk Erfurt (Weimar, 1984) [cross slabs informer D.D.R.]

Techen, F., ‘Die Grabsteine des Doms zu Lübeck’, Zeitschrft des Vereins für Lübeckische Geschichte und Altertumskunde, 7 (1898), pp.52-107

Techen, F., ‘Die Grabsteine der Lübeckischen Kirchen’, Zeitschrift des Vereins für Lübeckische Geschichte und Altertumskunde, 8 (1900), pp.54-168

Tennenhaus, M., ‘The Brass of St. Ulrich at Augsburg’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.262-4

Tennenhaus, M. and Tennenhaus, R.J.S., ‘Abbot Georg Fischer (Piscator)’, J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., 3rd series, 36 (1973), pp.89-90 [Reichenau]

Tennenhaus, M. and R.J.S., ‘Three Continental Brasses’, J. British Archaeol. Assn., 3rd series, 37 (1974), pp.119-22 [Köln, Isenhagen]

Weimar, W., Monumental Schriften vergangener Jahrhunderte von ca 1100-1812 an Stein- Bronze- und Holzplatten (Wien, 1898)

Wittstock, J., Kirchliche Kunst des Mittelalters und der Reformationszeit (Museum für Kunstund Kulturgeschichte, Lübeck, 1981)

Wróblewska, K., ‘Póznogotycka brazowa plyta nagrobna biskupa warminskiego Pawla Legendorfa’, Komunikaty Mazursko-Warminskie, 1 (91) (1966), pp.99-126 [Braunsberg]

Zahn, P., ‘Inschriftenträger in Messing 1460-1650: Kriterien zu ihrer Beschreibung - MitAuswahlbibliographie’, in Inscrift und Material, Inscrift und Buchschrift, Fachagung für mittelterliche und neuzeitliche Epigraphik, Ingoldstadt 1997, ed. W. Koch and C. Steininger (München, 1999), pp.65-84

see also Silesia

Gibraltar

Whittemore, P., ‘A Brass in the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Gibraltar’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 29 (1982), p.6

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Foreign Countries H - P

Holy Land

De Sandoli, S. Corpus Inscriptionum Crucesignatorum Terrae Sanctae (1099-1291), Testi, traduzione e annotatazioni (Jerusalem, 1974)

Enlart, C., Les monuments des Croisés (Paris, 1928)

Prawer, J., ‘A Crusader tomb of 1290 from Acre and the last archbishops of Nazareth’, Israel Exploration J., 24 (1974), pp.241-51

Hungary

Csergheö, G., and Csoma, I., Alte Grabdenkmäler aus Ungarn (Budapest, 1890)

Czobor, B. and Szalay, E. von, Die historischen Denkmäler Ungarnsin der 1896er Millenniums-Landesausstellung, 2 vols. (Budapest-Wien, 1896)

Hervay, F.L., Repertorium Historicum Ordinis Cisterciensis in Hungaria (Roma, 1984) [crossslabs at Kirc and Szentgotthárd]

Horváth, H., ‘Ofener Künstlergrabsteine aus dem 14. Jahrhundert’, Das Werk des Künstlers, 16 (1939), pp.215-29 [Buda]

László, G., The art of Buda and Pest in the Middle Ages (Budapest, 1971)

Lővei, P., ‘Mittelalterliche Grabdenkmäler in Buda’, in Budapest im Mittelalter, ed. G. Biegel (Braunschweig, 1991), pp.351-65

Lővei, P., ‘Mittelalterliche Grabplatten und Grabsteine in Pannonhalma’, Acta Historiae Artium Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 38 (1996), pp.89-96

Marosi, E. (ed.), Magyarországi Művészet 1300-1470 körül (Budapest, 1987), pp.334-41,459-66, 587-93, 694-701 [incised and low relief slabs]

Radocsay, D., ‘Dalles funéraires armoriées à Bude et à Cassovie au Moyen Age’, Archivum Heraldicum, 80, no.4 (1966), pp.50-2 [Buda and Kassa]

Radocsay, D., ‘Les principaux monuments funéraires médiévaux conservés à Budapest’, in Mélanges offerts à Szabolcs de Vajay (Braga, 1971), pp.461-86

Tóth, R., ‘V. István Király Sírja a Margitszigeti Domonkos Apácakolostor Templomában’, Budapest Régiségei, 21 (1964), pp.115-31 [Margitsziget, Budapest]

Varga, L., ‘Neudatung der Bistrizer Grabplatte’, Beiträge zur Siebenbürgischen Kunstgeschichte und Denkmalpflege (München, 1983), pp.70-7 [Besztercze]

Varjú, E., ‘A györi székesegyház középkori sírkovei’, Archaeologiai Értesitö, 17 (1897), pp.338-42 [Györ]

Vattai, E., ‘A Margitszigeti Korona és Gyürü’, Folia Archaeologica,18 (1966/7), pp. 123-38[Margitsziget, Budapest]

Vernei-Kronberger, E., Magyar középkori síremlékek (Budapest, 1939)

Wick, B., Kassa régi síremlékei. XIV-XVIII. Század (Košice, 1933)

Ireland

Badham, S., Gittos, B., Gittos, M. and Lankester, P. 1994-8. ‘List of Purbeck marble coffin-shaped slabs’, Church Mons. Soc. Newsletter, 19.1 (1994-8), p.16

Bernard, J.H., ‘Archbishop Talbot’s Tomb in St. Patrick’s Cathedral’, J. for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead, 10 (1918), pp.314-17

Bradley, J., ‘Some New and Neglected Medieval Tomb Slabs and fragments from Kilkenny’, Old Kilkenny Review, N.S., 2, pt.2 (1980), pp.5-21

Bradley, J., ‘The Medieval Tombs of St Canice's Cathedral’, in A Worthy Foundation: The Cathedral Church of St. Canice Kilkenny, ed. S. Barry et al. (Portlaoise, 1985), pp.49-103

Buckley, V.M. and Sweetman, P.D., Archaeological Survey of County Louth/ Suirbhé Seandálaíochta Chontae Lú (Dublin, 1991) [includes cross-slabs and other incised slabs]

Burrell, M. & Burrell, I., St. Canice’s Cathedral Stones & Panels (Kilkenny, 1978)

Cockerham, P., ‘A Butler Tomb at Aharney, County Kilkenny’, Old Kilkenny Review, 50 (1998), pp.83-98

Cockerham, P., ‘“Its pieces now lie scattered around”: the Brennache tomb at Pollrone, Co. Kilkenny, reconstructed’, Ossory, Laois and Leinster, 1 (2004), pp.76-100.

Cockerham, P. and Harris, A., ‘Kilkenny Funeral Monuments 1500-1600: a statistical and analytical account’, Proc. Royal Irish Academy, 101C, no.5 (2001), pp.5-188

Conwell, E.A., ‘A ramble round Trim’, J. Royal Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 12 (1872-3), pp.361-430

Crawford, H.S., Irish Carved Ornament (Cork, 1980)

Cuppage, J., et al., Archaeological Survey of the Dingle Peninsula / Suirbhé Seandálaíochta Chorca Dhuibne: A description of the field antiquities of the Barony of Corca Dhiubne from the Mesolithic Period to the 17th century A.D. (Ballyferriter, 1986) [includes inventory of cross-slabs]

Curl, J.S., Funerary Monuments and Memorials in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh (Whitstable, 2013)

de Paor, L., ‘A grave-slab Associated with the High Cross at Durrow’, Dublin and Beyond the Pale: Studies in honour of Patrick Healy, ed. C. Manning (Bray, Co. Wicklow, 1998), pp.203-5

FitzPatrick, E. and O’Brien, C., The Medieval Churches of County Offaly (Dublin, 1998)

Fry, S.L., Burial in Medieval Ireland 900-1500 (Dublin, 1999)

Gillespie, R., ‘Irish Funeral Monuments and Social Change 1500-1700: Perceptions of Death’, in Kennedy, B.P. and Gillespie, R. (eds.), Ireland -Art into History (Dublin, 1994), pp.155-68

Gittos, B. and M., ‘Irish Purbeck: Recently Identified Purbeck Monuments in Ireland’, Church Mons., 13 (1998), pp.5-14

Graves, J. and Prim, J.G.A., The History, Architecture and Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of St. Canice, Kilkenny (Dublin, 1857)

Harbison, H., ‘Some Medieval Thomond Tomb-Sculpture: Lost, Found, and Imaginary’, North Munster Antiq. J., 4 (1971), pp.29-36

Harris, A.L., ‘Tombs of the New English in Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth-century Dublin’, Church Mons., 11 (1996), pp.25-41

Harris, A.L., ‘The Funerary Monuments of Richard Boyle, Earl of Cork’, Church Mons.,13(1998), pp. 70-86

Harris, A.L., ‘The Tynte Monument, Kilcredan, Co. Cork’, J. of the Cork Hist. and Archaeol. Soc.,104 (1999), pp. 137-44

Harris, A.L., ‘A Newly Discovered “Kerin” tomb at Thomastown, County Kilkenny’, Old Kilkenny Review,52 (2000), pp. 123-30

Higgins, J. and Heringklee, S. (eds.), Monuments of St. Nicholas’ Collegiate Church, Galway: a historical, genealogical and archaeological record (Galway, 1992)

Hunt, J., Irish Medieval Figure Sculpture 1200-1600, 2 vols. (Dublin, 1974)

Hunter, R.J., ‘Style and Form in Gravestone and Monumental Sculpture in County Tyrone in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries’, in Tyrone, History & Society, ed. C. Dillon and H.A. Jefferies (Dublin, 2000), pp.291-325.

Hurley, M. & Sheehan, C., Excavations at the Dominican Priory, St. Mary’s of the Isle, Cork (Cork, 1995)

Jackson, P., The Monuments in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin (Dublin, 1987)

J. of the Soc. for the Preservation of the Memorials to the Dead in Ireland, later J. of the Irish Memorials Assoc., 13 vols. (1888-1937)

Kilkenny Archaeological Society, St. Patrick’s, Kilkenny: Gravestone Inscriptions (Kilkenny, [1986])

King, H., ‘Seventeenth Century Effigial Sculpture in the North Meath Area’, in Rynne, E. Figures from the Past: Studies in Figurative Art in Christian Ireland (Dun Laoghaire, 1987), pp.283-307

King, H.A., ‘Irish Memorial Brasses to 1700’, Proc. Royal Irish Academy, 94 C.4 (1994), pp.111-40

King, H., ‘The pre-1700 memorials in St. Patrick’s Cathedral’, in Dublin and Beyond the Pale: Studies in honour of Patrick Healy, ed. C. Manning (Bray, Co. Wicklow, 1998), pp.75-104

Lacy, B., et al., Archaeological Survey of County Donegal: a description of the field antiquities of the County from the Mesolithic Period to the 17th century A.D., (Lifford, 1993) [includes inventory of cross-slabs]

Lawlor, H.J., ‘The monuments of the pre-Reformation archbishops of Dublin’, J. of the Royal Soc. of Antiq. of Ireland, 47 (1917), pp.109-38 (repr. in Medieval Dublin: the Making of a Metropolis, ed. H. Clarke (Dublin, 1990), pp.227-51, 296-302)

Leask, H.G., Glendalough, Co. Wicklow (Dublin, 1956; repr. 1963)

Lionard, P. and Henry, F., ‘Early Irish Grave-slabs’, Proc. Royal Irish Academy, C61 (1961), pp.95-169

Loeber, R., ‘Sculptured memorials to the dead in early seventeenth century Ireland’, Proc. Royal Irish Academy, 81 C.11 (1981), pp.267-93

Lott, B.M., ‘English Memorial Brasses of Irish Interest’, Ulster J. of Archaeology, 3rd series 4 (1941), pp.128-39

Macalister, R.A.S., The Memorial Slabs of Clonmacnois (Dublin, 1909)

Mahler, D., Medieval Grave Slabs of County Tipperary,1200-1600 AD, BAR British Series 262 (Oxford, 1997)

Manning, C., ‘Two medieval graveslabs with French inscriptions from Parliament Street, Kilkenny’, Old Kilkenny Review, 4, no.5 (1993), pp.1141-5

Manning, C., ‘Cross-slabs from Clonenagh, Co. Laois’, in Dublin and Beyond the Pale: Studies in honour of Patrick Healy, ed. C. Manning (Bray, Co. Wicklow, 1998), pp.185-92

Moore, M., Archaeological Inventory of County Wexford (Dublin, 1996)

Mason, W.M., The History and Antiquities of the Collegiate and Cathedral Church of St. Patrick, near Dublin (Dublin, 1820)

Moore, M.J., Archaeological Inventory of County Meath (Dublin, 1987)

Ní Shúilliobháin, N., ‘The Robertstown, Co. Meath, Effigial Grave-Cover: an Historical Footnote’, in Rynne, E., Figures from the Past: Studies in Figurative Art in Christian Ireland (DunLaoghaire, 1987), pp.308-13

O'Sullivan, A. and Sheehan, J., The Iveragh Peninsula: An Archaeological Survey of South Kerry = Suirbhé Seandálaíochta Uíbh Ráthaigh (Cork, 1996) [includes cross-slabs]

Phelan, M.M., ‘The O'Kerin School of Monumental Sculpture in Ossory and its Environs in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries’, J. Royal Soc. Antiq. Ireland, 126 (1996), pp.167-81

Phelan, M.M., ‘The Black Abbey Tombs’ in Fenning, H. The Black Abbey, 1225-1996 (Kilkenny, 1996), [check pp. nos.]

Potterton, H., Irish Church Monuments 1570-1880, Ulster Architectural Heritage Society ([Belfast], 1975)

Power, D. et al., Archaeological Inventory of County Cork, Volume 1: West Cork, (Dublin, 1992)

Roe, H.M., ‘The funerary monuments of south-east Ireland c.1200-1400’, in Dublin and Beyond the Pale: Studies in honour of Patrick Healy, ed. C. Manning (Bray, Co. Wicklow, 1998), pp.209-18

Stalley, R., The Cistercian Monasteries of Ireland: an account of the history, art and architecture of the white monks in Ireland from 1142 to 1540 (New Haven, 1987), pp.205-10 (‘Burials and tomb monuments’)

Swift, C., ‘Early Irish grave-slabs and their inscriptions’, Durham Archaeol. J., 14-5 (1999), pp.111-18

Toal, C., North Kerry Archaeological Survey (Dingle, Co. Kerry, 1995) [includes cross-slabs and other incised slabs]

Italy

Bertram, J., ‘Incised Slabs in the English College, Rome’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.4 (1978), pp.278-83

Bridges, S., and Ward Perkins, J., ‘Some fourteenth-century Neapolitan military effigies, with notes on the families represented’, Papers of the British School at Rome, 24 (1956), pp.158-73

Garms, J., Juffinger, R. and Ward-Perkins, B. (eds.), Die Mittelalterlichen Grabmäler in Rom und Latium vom 13. bis zum 15. Jahrhundert, I, Die Grabplatten und Tafeln (Rom, 1981)

Innocenti, M., ‘Die Grabstätte der luxemburgischen Patriarchen von Aquileja’, Hémecht, 51 (1999), pp.73-8 [Udine]

Koch, W., ‘Epigraphische Bermkungen zu den spätmittelalterlichen Grabdenkmälern in der Stadt Rom’, in Epigraphik 1982, Fachtagung für mittelalterliche und neuzeitliche Epigraphik, Klagenfurt 1982, ed. W. Koch (Wien, 1983), pp.77-86

Koch, W., ‘Zur Städtrömischen Epigraphik der 13 Jahrhunderts: mit Rückblick auf das Hochmittelalter’, in Epigraphik 1988, Fachtagung für mittelalterliche und neuzeitliche Epigraphik, Graz 1988, ed. W. Koch (Wien, 1989), pp.271-80 [incised slabs in Rome]

Tennenhaus, M., ‘Cardinal Carlo Pio di Savoia’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.1 (1975), pp.87-9

Korea

Lamb, H.A.J., ‘Modern Brasses’, Metal Industry (August 1933), p.167 [Brass of Bishop Trollope, Seoul Anglican Cathedral]

Madeira

see Portugal

Netherlands

Abelmann, L.J.A., De Grafzerken in de Grote of Maria Magdalenakerk te Goes (Alphen aan den Rijn, 1981)

Belonje, J., Steenen Charters (Oude Grafsteenen) (Amsterdam, 1941)

Belonje, J., ‘Brasses in the Oud-Katholiek Museum, Utrecht’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.345-53

Belonje, J., ‘Vondst van een vroeg 14de eeuwse grafzerk’, Bulletin KNOB, 67 (1968), pp.10-13

Belonje, J., ‘Brasses at Rinsumageest, Province of Friesland’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.6 (1968), pp.469-71

Belonje, J., ‘Brasses in the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.1 (1969), pp.17-27

Belonje, J., ‘Brasses at Sassenheim, Zuid-Holland’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.2 (1970), pp.117-20

Belonje, J., ‘Brasses in the Groote or St.-Jacobskerk at the Hague’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.3 (1971), pp.198-202

Belonje, J., ‘Brasses in the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam: A Postscript’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.217-18

Belonje, J., ‘Brasses in the Groote (or St. Steven’s) Kerk at Nijmegen’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), pp.257-8

Belonje, J., ‘A Brass to an Augustinian Friar at St. Martin’s Church, Groningen’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 11, pt.4 (1972), p.259

Belonje, J., ‘More Brasses from the Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc.,11, pt. 6 (1975), pp. 441-51

Belonje, J., ‘Two Brasses in The Groote Kerk (St. Vitus), Naarden, Noord-Holland’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt. 4 (1978), pp. 312-13

Belonje, J., ‘Brasses in the Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.409-12

Bloys van Treslong Prins, P.C. and Belonje, J., Genealogische en Heraldische Gedenkwaardigheden in en uit de Kerken der Provincie Noord-Holland, 5 vols. (Utrecht, 1928-31)

Bueren, T. van, ‘The Brass of Joost van Amstel van Mijnden’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 18, pt.2 (2010), pp.145-150

Dijk, H. van, ‘Vloerzerken in Zeeland. Vloerzerken met persoonsvoorstellingem ca. 1300-1600’, 3 vols., unpublished ‘doctoraalscriptie’ (Nijmegen, 1989) [copy in Art Historical Institute, Catholic University, Nijmegen]

Herring, K., ‘The Dutch artist Maerten van Heemskerck and his connections with the brass in St. Laurenskerk, Alkmaar’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 134 (February 2017), pp.672-5

Horton, M.C., and Rogers, N.J., ‘A Tile Memorial from Vrouwenpolder’, International Soc. for the Study of Church Monuments Bull., 2 (1980), pp.46-8

Matthus, C.J. and Plomp, N., ‘Nieuwe gegevens over de koperen grafplaten te Gouda’, Holland: Regionaal-historisch tijdschrift, 8, pt.5 (1976), pp.189-203

Tummers, H., ‘Two Incised Effigial Slabs, c.1300, Recently Found in the Netherlands’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.4 (1983), pp.350-7

Tummers, H., ‘Medieval Effigial Monuments in the Netherlands’, Church Monuments, 7 (1992), pp.19-33

Tummers, H., ‘Gedeelte van een grafsteen uit 1273 met de voorstelling van een ridder gevonden op het terrein van de Oude Minderbroederskerk te Maastricht’, De Maasgouw, 113 (1994), pp.61-6

Norway

Bugge, A., Vore Gamle Gravminder (Oslo, 1926)

Ekroll, Ø., Her Hvilir ... Nidarosdomens gravsteinsutstilling (Trondheim, 2001)

Ekroll, Ø., ‘Two Rediscovered Fragments of Monumental Brasses from Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Norway’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.5 (2002), pp.467-70

Greenhill, F.A., ‘Monumental Brasses in Norway’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), pp.2-6

Kielland, T., ‘Den saakaldte fyrst Vitslavs gravplate’, St. Hallvard (1923) [check pp. nos.]

Lange, B.C., ‘Fyrst Witzlav likevel?’, Foreningen til Norske Fortidsminnesmerkers Bevaring, Årbok, 133 (1979), pp.123-30 [Oslo]

Nicolaysen, N., ‘Om en Gravplade af Metal fra Aaslo’, Foreningen til Norske Fortidsmindesmerkers Bevaring, Aarsberetning for 1870, pp.162-8

Syrett, M., ‘Dating the Roman inscriptions of medieval Trondheim’, in Innskrifter og datering, Dating Inscriptions, ed. A. Dybdahl and J.R. Hagland (Trondheim, 1998), pp.93-106

Undset, I., Indskrifter fra Middelalderen i Throndhjems Domkirke (Christiana, 1888)

Poland

Bukowski, M., Katedra Wroclawska (Wroclaw, 1962)

Dettloff, S., Stosunki artystyczne Biskupa Poznanskiego Urjela z Górki z Norymberga (Poznan, 1919)

Dettloff, S., ‘O dwóch krakowskich nagrobkach brazowych’, Arkady, 4 (1938), pp.113-22

Dobry A., Katalog zbioru plyt nagrobnych, Muzeum Zamkowego w Malborku (Malbork, 2000)

Domaslowski, J. (ed.), ‘Kolokwium naukowe “Gotyckie i wczesnorenesansowe plyty nagrobne z Poznania i Szamotul” dyskusja’, Kronika Miasta Poznania (1991, 3/4), pp.87-97

Gasiorowski, A., ‘Krag fundatorów wielkopolskich plyt brazowych schylku wieków srednich’,Kronika Miasta Poznania (1991, 3/4), pp.9-30

Jarzewicz, J., Karlowska-Kamzowa, A. and Trelínska, B., Gotyckie spizowe plyty nagrobne w Polsce (Poznán, 1997)

Karlowska-Kamzowa, A., ‘Studia nad gotyckimi i wczesnorenesansowymi spizowymiplytami nagrobnymi z Poznania i Szamotul’, Kronika Miasta Poznania (1991, 3/4), pp.33-44

Karlowska-Kamzowa, A., ‘Spizowa plyta nagrobna wojewody Andrzeja Szamotulskiego’, Kronika Wielkopolski, 21, no.3 (1993), pp.68-79 [Szamotuły]

Kopera, F., Pomniki Krakowa, 3 vols. (Kraków, 1900-4)

Kruszelnicki, Z., ‘Plyta nagrobna malzonków von Soest’, Studia Pomorskie,1 (1957), pp. 103-54[Toruń]

Labuda, A.S., ‘Wielkopolskie plyty “vischerowskie” - z zagadnien czasu powstania, autorstwa i stylu’, Kronika Miasta Poznania (1991, 3/4), pp. 47-62

Mrozowski, P., Polskie nagrobki gotyckie [ Polish Gothic tombs] (Warszawa, 1994)

Nickel, H., ‘Die Grabplatte des Grosskomturs Kuno von Liebenstein zu Neumark in Westpreussen’, in Edwin Redslob zum 70. Geburtstag. Eine Festgabe, ed. G. Rohde, O. Neubecker (Berlin, 1955), pp.284-91

Nickel, H.L., ‘Bronzegrabplatten aus der Vischerschen Werkstatt kehren nach Posen zurück’, Kunstchronik, 44 (1991), pp.173-4 [Poznan]

Rogers, N., ‘Seven Brasses return to Poznan’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 66 (1994), p.122

Swinarska, D.A., ‘Plyta nagrobna Lamberta w kósciele NMP w Chelmnie’, Biuletyn Historii Sztuki, 45 (1983), pp.183-8 [Chełmno]

Szymanski, ‘Heraldyka brazowych plyt nagrobnych z Poznania I Szamotul’, Kronika Miasta Poznania (1991, 3/4), pp.77-84

Trelinska, B., ‘Epigrafika brazowych plyt z Poznania i Szamotul’, Kronika Miasta Poznania (1991, 3/4), pp.65-74

Walicki, M. (ed.), Sztuka Polska przedromanska i romanska do schylku XIII wieku (Warszawa, 1968) [early incised slabs and cross slabs]

Wróblewska, K., ‘Gotycka plyta nagrobna Kunona von Liebenstein w Nowym Miescie nad Drweca’, Komunikaty Mazursko-Warminskie, 3 (73) (1961), pp.321-54

Portugal

Cameron, H.K., ‘16th-century Flemish Stones and Brasses in Madeira’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt4 (1978), pp.284-94

Cameron, H.K., ‘The Memorial to Dom. Frei Estevão Vasques Pimentel, a Unique Brass at Leça do Balio, Portugal’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.373-402

Greenhill, F.A., ‘An Incised Slab with Inlays from Santarém, Portugal’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 9, pt.1 (1952), pp. 9-42

Op de Beeck, R., ‘Flemish Monumental Brasses in Portugal’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.3 (1965), pp.151-66

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Foreign Countries R - Z

Romania

for Transylvania see Hungary

Kozak, E.A., Die Inschriften aus der Bukowina. Epigraphische Beiträge zur Quellenkunde der Landes- und Kirchengeschichte, I, Steininschriften (Wien, 1903)

Vătăşianu, V., Istoria artei feudale în Ţările Române (Bucureşti, 1959; repr. Cluj-Napoca, 2001) [includes incised slabs in Moldavia and Transylvania]

Russia

Beliaev, L.A., ed., Russkoe srednevekovoe nadgrobie XIII-XVII veka: materialy k svodu. Vipusk 1 / Medieval Russian gravestones 13th-17th centuries: corpus of medieval Russian gravestones. Volume 1 (Moskva, 2006)

St. Vincent

Wright, J., ‘A 20th C Brass in the Windward Islands’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 74 (1997), p.283

Silesia

Bertram, J., ‘Abbess Anna and the Piast Family Brasses at Wroclaw, Poland’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.403-6

Czechowicz, B., Nagrobki pźnogotyckie na Śląsku [Late Gothic tombs in Silesia](Wrocław, 2003)

Czechowicz, B., ‘Flandria czy Śląsk?: kontrowersje wokól artystycznej i ideowej genezy nagrobka biskupa Piotra Nowaka (†1456) we Wroclawiu’, in Niderlandyzm na Śląsku i w krajach osciennych, ed. M. Kapustka and A. Koziela (Wrocław, 2003), pp.123-35

Jungnitz, J., Die Grabstätten der Breslauer Bischöfe (Breslau, 1895)

Jungnitz, [J.], ‘Der Grabstein des Breslauer Weihbischofs Johann †1504’, Zeitschrift des Vereins für Geschichte und Alterthum Schlesiens,30 (1896), pp.321-4

Keblowski, J., Nagrobki Gotyckie na Śląskzu (Poznań, 1969)

Luchs, H., Schlesische Fürstenbilder des Mittelalters (Breslau, 1872)

Pokora, J., ‘Śląskie płyty nagrobne z metalowymi aplikacjami z XIV wieku’, Roczniki Sztuki Śląskiej, 9 (1973), pp.17-38

Schultz, A., De vita atque operibus magistri Jodoci Tauchen lapicidae Wratislaviensis, saeculo XVto florentis, Diss. Inaug. (Vratislaviæ [Breslau], 1864)

Slovakia

see Hungary

Spain

Batlle Gallart, C., ‘La lauda sepulcral arzobispo de Tarragona Pere Sagarriga’, Anuario de Estudios Medievales, 6 (1969), pp.521-4

Edleston, R.H., ‘The Monumental Brasses of Spain’, Proc. of the Cambridge Antiquarian Soc., 19 (1914-15), pp.50-2

Hemp, W.J., ‘Some unrecorded Spanish Brasses’, Archaeological J., 77 (1920), pp.127-34

Op de Beeck, R., ‘The Brass of Pedro de Sagarriga, Archbishop of Tarragona, 1418’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 13, pt.2 (1981), pp.108-14

Peck, F.G., ‘Notes on Two Spanish Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 3, pt.4 (1898), pp.196-8

Stuchfield, M, ‘The Monumental Brasses of Spain; a Journey of Discovery’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc. 98 (January 2005), pp.776-80; 99 (May 2005) pp.796-7; 100 (September 2005), p.824

Sweden

Bertram, J., ‘The Jättendal Fragment’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.3 (1999), pp.239-40

Gardell, S., Gravmonument från Sveriges Medeltid, 2 vols. (Stockholm, 1938)

Hamner, J.W., Gotlands Gravstenar, I, Visby Domkyrkas Gravstenar (Stockholm, 1933)

Hamner, J.W., and Widéen, H., Gotlands Gravstenar, II, Die Grabsteine der Ruinenkirchen in Visby (Stockholm, 1940)

Heales, A.C., The Churches of Gottland (1888)

Jensen, C.A., Danske Adelige Gravsten fra Sengotikens og Renaissancens Tid (1470-1600), 2 vols. (Kjøbenhavn, 1951-3) [includes Skåne, Sweden]

Johannsen, B.B., ‘Birger Peterssons gravsten i Uppsala domkirke og dens ikonografi’, Fornvännen, 74 (1979), pp.161-70

Otterstedt, U., Från Gotik till Renässans: Skånska kyrkoinventarier i trä och sten under 1500-talet (Lund, 1929)

Thordeman, B., ‘Lagman Birgers gravsten i Uppsala domkyrka’, Upplands fornminnesförenings tidskrift, 41 (1927), pp.19-43

Vapen och Dräkter på Svenska Gravstenar från äldre Vasatiden: Avbildningar tillägnade Rudolf Cederström på hans Femtioårsdag den 3. September 1926, ed. T. Lenk (Stockholm, 1926)

Switzerland

Cameron, H.K., ‘Brasses in Switzerland’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.360-8

Deonna, W., Pierres Sculptées de la Veille Genève (Genève, 1922)

Turkey

Düll, S., ‘Die lateinischen Inscriften aus Istanbul vor und nach Osmanischen Eroberung: Vorarbeiten für ein neues Inschriftenprojekt in der Türkei’, in Epigraphik 1982, Fachtagung für mittelalterliche und neuzeitliche Epigraphik, Klagenfurt 1982, ed. W. Koch (Wien, 1983), pp.101-18

United States

Cameron, H.K., ‘Monumental Brasses in the United States’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.5 (1967), pp.369-75

Cameron, H.K., ‘Drake’s Plate of Brass: a further note’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 12, pt.5 (1979), pp.367-9

Evans, H.F.O., ‘Drake’s Plate of Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), p.30

Heseltine, P., ‘Modern Brasses in America’, Bull. Mon. Brass Soc., 72 (1996), p.243

Heseltine, P.J. and Harvey, B.D., ‘An American Collection of Books on Brasses’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 16, pt.5 (2002), pp.493-9

Jones, W.B., ‘An American Brass’, Trans. Mon. Brass Soc., 10, pt.1 (1963), p.29

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