1. Biography & Epitaph of William Sheldon c.1500 - 1570
2. Biography & Epitaph of Ralph Sheldon c.1537, d.1613
3. Richard Hyckes, (?) 1524-1621 - a biography
4. Francis Hyckes, (?) 1566- 1631 - a biography
5. Which Henry Sacheverell ordered the tapestries showing his arms ?
6. Émigré weavers in London 1558-1619
This section provides as much biographical material as is currently known about the 125 'stranger' weavers resident, for shorter or longer periods, in the capital. Arranged in three categories - those who worked for the Queen in the Great Wardrobe, those who set up independently, and others where phonetic spelling leaves it uncertain whether they were tapestry or arras weavers or makers of gold lace (orris, orrice).
6.1. Arras Workers in the Great Wardrobe
6.2. Men working independently
6.3. Orris or Arris workers
6.4. Emigre weavers in London: people and products
8. Annotated list of tapestries
9. Tapestries once at Chastleton House and their influence on the tapestries called Sheldon
10. Tapestry strips depicting the Prodigal Son
11. Working Arras and Arras Workers
12. Finding the Weavers
13. William Willington (?) 1480-155 – a biography
14. Walter Jones of Witney, Worcester and Chastleton: rewriting the past
15. Elizabethan Sheldon Tapestries Reviewed
16. The seventeenth-century Oxfordshire 'Sheldon' tapestry map
17. An early map of Brailes: “Fit Symbolographie”?
18. Ralph Sheldon of Beoley and Weston (1537-1613): cloaked in conformity?