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'Index', A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 11: Wootton Hundred (northern part) (1983), pp. 301-328. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=101869 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Note. An italic page-number denotes an illustration on that page or facing it. The substantive account of a subject is indicated by bold-face type. A page-number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page.

Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may require elucidation; abp., archbishop; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Bart., Bartholomew; bdy., boundary; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine, Catholic; cent., century; ch., church; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; chwdns., churchwardens; ct., court; ctss., countess; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; dchss., duchess; dom. archit., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; ho., house; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; ld., lord; libr., library; m., married; man., manor(s); Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; mkt., market; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; pk., park; Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; rem., remains; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rly., railway; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sim., Simon; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; univ., university; vct., viscount; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

A

Abberbury, see Adderbury

Abel, John, 93

Aberystwyth (Cardig.), 120

Abingdon (Berks.), 123
-, abbey, 46–7
-, St. Helen's ch., rector of, see Burwardescote, Rog.
-, Sandford, Dry, 169
-, sch., 123, 130

Abingdon, honor, 46

Acorn Studios, 190

Adam, s. of Hubert de Rys, 26–7, 62, 66, 70, 147–9, 172, 175, 286, 290

Adam of the Moor, 295

Adderbury (Abberbury):
-, Agnes, see Shareshull
-, John, 49, 124, 150, 202
-, Ric. (d. 1333), 27, 124–5, 150
-, Ric. (fl. 1345), 124
-, Ric. (d. c. 1400), 39, 64, 213–14
-, Ric. (fl. 1414), 49, 124, 267
-, Thos. (d. 1307), 27, 124, 126, 266–7
-, Thos. (fl. 1316), 267
-, Thos. (fl. 1346), 124
-, Thos. (d. by 1362), rector of Steeple Aston, 42
-, Wal., 27, 124
-, fam., 27–8, 64n, 125–8, 150–2, 157, 266–7

Adderbury, 28, 74, 83–4, 102, 107, 113, 173
-, as address, 49, 64, 95, 107, 112, 295
-, Barford St. John, 45, 48, 54–5, 57
-, Milton, 83, 117

Adderley, Ric. Eyres, 63, 69

Aelfric, abbot of St. Alban's, bp. of Ramsbury, abp. of Canterbury, 229

Aethelric (fl. 958), 264

Aethelwig (fl. 1058), 268

Agar, Welbore, earl of Normanton, 10, 19

Agar-Ellis, see Ellis

agricultural engineering, 106, 240, 251, 256

airfields, 15, 23

Akeman Street, 181, 183, 194–5, 203, 259–61, 263, 271, 279

Alan son of Geoffrey, 27

Alan, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Alan, Wal. s. of, see Walter

ale, assize of, 4, 108, 204

Alexander, John, 240

Alkerton, 149, 151

Allbright, —, vicar of N. Aston, 17, 19

Allen:
-, Ric., 200
-, Ric., s. of above, 200
-, Thos., 200
-, Wal., 71
-, fam., 217–18

almshouses, 11; and see Aston, Steeple; Deddington; Glympton; Tew, Little

Alnod of Kent, 229

Alton (Staffs.), 139

Alvescot, 31, 33

Aluric (fl. 1086), 185

Alwi (fl. 1086), 286–7

Alwin (fl. 1066), 48

Ambrosden, see Blackthorn; Arncot

America, North, 110

Amesbury (Wilts.), 9

Anabaptists, see Baptists

anchorites, 281

Andrew:
-, John (fl. 1365), 274
-, John (fl. c. 1445), and his w. Lucy, 112
-, Ric., 112

Andrews:
-, Geo. (fl. 1811), 177
-, Geo. (fl. 1861), 177
-, John, vicar of South Newington, 156
-, Nic., 217
-, Ric. (fl. 1537), 174, 219, 270
-, Ric. (fl. 1550, ?another), 176
-, Ric. (fl. 1614), 176

Anjou, duke of, see Henry II

Anketil, dean of Wootton, 279

Anne, queen, 115

Anne ('de Bohun'), dau. of Thos. 'of Woodstock', m. Edm. of Stafford, earl of Stafford, 93

Anne:
-, Alice, see Giffard
-, Edw., 9
-, Grace, m. John Brooke, 9
-, John (d. 1441), 9, 18n
-, John (fl. 1485), 9, 12–13, 16, 18
-, John (d. 1554), 9–10, 13
-, Sir Wm. (fl. early 15th cent.), 9
-, Wm. (d. 1451), 9, 18n
-, Wm. (d. 1508), 9, 12
-, Wm. (fl. later 16th cent.), 9, 13
-, fam., 9–10, 12–14, 18–19

apothecary, 37, 106

Apperley, Ant., vicar of Steeple Barton and Sandford St. Martin, 73

Appleton:
-, Sibyl, see Préaux
-, Thos., 231

Appletree:
-, Ant. (fl. 1548), 92, 116
-, Ant. (fl. 1698), 176–7
-, Jane, m. Wm. Draper, 92
-, Jane, w. of Thos. (d. 1654), 116
-, John (fl. 1524), 102
-, John (fl. early 17th cent.), 119
-, John (fl. 1684), 117
-, John (fl. 1745), 176
-, Lettice, m. F. H. Cary, 92
-, Phil., 92, 117
-, Ric. (fl. early 17th cent.), 119
-, Ric. (fl. 1611, ?another), 176
-, Ric. (fl. 1698), 177
-, Ric. (fl. 1771), 177
-, Thos. (fl. 1524), 102
-, Thos. (fl. 1581–2), 92
-, Thos. (fl. 1605, ?another), 92
-, Thos. (d. 1654), 116
-, Thos. (d. 1666), 92, 98, 101–2, 111, 116
-, Wm., 97, 103
-, fam., 92–3, 97, 102–3, 115, 172, 176

Archarde, John, vicar of South Newington, 156

Archer:
-, John, 164
-, Thos., 135

Arches:
-, Joan, m. Sir John Dynham (d. 1458), 64, 162, 267–8
-, Ric., 49, 124, 267

architects, see Archer, Thos.; Bernini; Blomfield; Borromini; Bruton; Buckeridge; Buckler, Geo.; Buckler, J. C.; Derick; Falconieri; Fulljames, Thos.; Fulljames and Waller; Garner; Hambley; Kent, Wm.; Loudon; Manners; Mowbray, A. M.; Plowman; Repton; Rickman; St. Aubyn; Scott, Sir Geo. Gilb.; Smith, Francis (fl. 1710); Street; Sulman; Teulon; Waterhouse; Wilkinson; Winchcombe; Wood, Thos.; Yorke, F. R. S.

Arden (Arderne):
-, Ant., 200
-, Francis, 47
-, Giles (d. 1376), 95, 212
-, Giles, s. of above, 95, 212
-, Hen., 200
-, Joan, 212
-, John, 200
-, Marg., w. of Giles (d. 1376), 95
-, Marg. (fl. 1376), m. Lewis Grevill, 95, 212
-, Marg. (fl. 1639), 200
-, Sir Rob., 49, 95, 212, 214, 216
-, Thos., 200
-, Ursula, see Fox
-, fam., 47, 95, 214, 216–17

Ardley, 172

Argentina, 46, 132

Argyll, duke of, see Campbell, John

Aris (Arys):
-, Anne, 71
-, Edw., 78
-, Jas. (fl. 1612), 78
-, Jas. (fl. 1627, ?another), 119
-, Wm., 71
-, fam., 71

Arlescote (in Warmington, Warws.), 213

Armetriding, Jas., rector of Steeple Aston, 41

Armstrong, Rob., 142

Arncot (in Ambrosden), 34

Arnulf, Wm. s. of, see William

Arsic:
-, Joan, m. 1 Eustace de Grenville, 2 Steph. Simeon, 63, 147
-, Manasser (fl. 1110), 128, 147, 214, 250, 280
-, Manasser (fl. mid 12th cent.), 266
-, Rob., 147
-, fam., 63–4, 67, 148–9, 280

Arsic, barony of, 63–4, 147–9, 152, 214, 250, 266

Arthur, prince of Wales, 197

artists, designers, and engravers, see Bacon; Cakebread; Chantrey; Clutterbuck, C.; Davies, A. J.; Hardman; Kempe; Piper; Reynolds; Roberts, Thos. (d. 1771); Scheemakers, Hen.; Scheemakers, Peter; Westmacott

Arundel:
-, ctss. of, see Beaumont, Eleanor
-, earls of, 230; and see d'Aubigny; FitzAlan, Ric.

Arundell:
-, Cath., see Dynham
-, Sir John (d. 1545), 27, 64, 95, 295
-, Sir John (d. 1557), 268
-, Sir John (d. 1590), 28, 64, 162, 295
-, fam., 295

Arys, see Aris

Ascot (in Great Milton), 162

Ashby (Northants.), priory, 30

Ashfield:
-, Alice, see Fox
-, Anne, w. of Humph. (d. 1570), m. 2. John Ashfield, 136
-, Anne (fl. 1601), 134
-, Ant., 47, 51
-, Eleanor, w. of John, 141
-, Humph. (d. 1570), 134, 136
-, Humph. (d. 1585), 134, 136
-, John (d. 1455), 134
-, John (d. 1506), 134
-, John (d. 1521), 134, 137–8, 141–2
-, John (fl. 1570), 136
-, Marg., see Wilcotes
-, Mary (fl. 1580), see Fox
-, Mary (fl. 1600, another), 134
-, Thos. (fl. 1580), 47
-, Thos. (d. 1600, another), 134, 138
-, fam., 132, 136–8, 142

Ashtead (Surr.), 10

Ashton, Jas., vicar of Great Tew, 245

Asnes:
-, Geof. de, 48n
-, Margery de, m. Bart. de Crec, 48, 50
-, Sarah de, 48, 50

assarts, 120–2, 125, 127–8, 175, 183, 186–7, 197, 203, 259, 263–4, 271–3, 276

Asterleigh, see Kiddington

Asthall, Othowic of, 267

Aston:
-, Alan of, 27, 39, 250
-, Alice of, see Chesney
-, Geof. of, 27, 39
-, Hen. of, rector of Steeple Aston, 40
-, Mat. of (also called 'of Romney'), 27, 30
-, Ralph of, 253
-, Rob. of (fl. 1200), 250
-, Rob. of (fl. 1202, ?another), 9, 150
-, Rob. of (fl. 1219, ?another), 267
-, Rob. of (fl. 1281), 90
-, Wm. of (fl. 1151), 9–10, 16
-, Wm. of (fl. 1202), 9, 12
-, fam., 250, 253

Aston, Middle (in Steeple Aston), 6, 13, 16–17, 21–3, 25, 26, 40
-, agric. 31–7
-, as address, 14, 28, 43, 73, 217
-, bdy., 21–2
-, chwdn., 38
-, cts., 29, 38
-, dom. archit., 25, 30
-, farms, 25, 33, 35–7
-, Grange fm., see Nethercote
-, fields, 25, 31–2, 34–5
-, glebe, 28, 34–5, 39
-, inc., 17, 25, 31–2, 35
-, ind. and trade, 37
-, inns, 25
-, man., 9, 22, 28–34, 63
-, Middle Aston Ho., 1, 22, 24 and n, 25, 30, 33–4, 36–8, 42–3
-, mill, 38
-, Nethercote, q.v.
-, poor relief, 38–9
-, pop., 22
-, roads, 22, 31–2
-, roads to, 6, 22, 209
-, tithes, 28, 39

Aston, North, 6–21, 8, 22, 32–3, 167
-, adv., 10, 16–17
-, agric., 11–15, 32
-, as address, 31, 33–4, 81, 94
-, Bestmoor, 6, 11–13, 214–15, 218
-, bdy., 6, 12, 81, 209
-, bridges, 6; and see Bowman's Bridge
-, char., 21
-, ch., 7–8, 10, 15–19, 16, 39, 205, 219
-, cts., 15
-, dom. archit., 7, 10–11
-, farms, 7, 11, 13–15, 165
-, feast, 18n
-, glebe, 11, 16–17
-, inc., 7, 12–15
-, ind. and trade, 15
-, inns, 7–8, 14–15, 17
-, man. 9–12, 22, 250, 270
-, mills, 6–7, 12–13, 15–16
-, nonconf., 19
-, North Aston apple, q.v.
-, North Aston Hall, 7–10, 14, 16, 18–19, 21
-, North Aston Manor, 7–8, 10–11, 13–14
-, par. council, 21
-, par. officers, 15–16
-, pk., 1, 7
-, poor relief, 7, 15–16, 21
-, pop., 6–7
-, roads, 6
-, roads to, 83, 209
-, Rom. Cath., 16–17, 19
-, sch., 7, 19, 21
-, theatre, 8
-, tithes, 11–12, 16–18, 209, 214
-, vicarage ho., 7–8, 16–17
-, vicars, 16–18; and see Allbright; Brown, Rob.; Lytler

Aston, Steeple, 1, 6, 20, 21–44, 32
-, adv., 39
-, agric., 31–7
-, almshouses, 23, 40, 43–4
-, as address, 167, 253, 281, 290
-, Aston, Middle, q.v.
-, bdy., 21, 38
-, char., 40, 44
-, ch., 16, 21–3, 29–30, 33, 39–43, 180, 205
-, clubs, 26
-, cts., 5, 38
-, curates, 40–1
-, dom. archit., 23–5, 28
-, farms, 23–4, 30, 34–7
-, fields, 31–2, 35–6, 38
-, folly, 24, 161
-, glebe, 28, 31–2, 34–6, 39–40
-, Harrisville, 22–4
-, Hopcrofts Holt (Shambles Cross), 21, 25–6, 37, 159
-, inc., 20, 24, 30, 32, 34, 36, 39, 272
-, ind. and trade, 37
-, inns, 23, 25, 37
-, man., 4, 9, 22, 24, 26–33, 35, 38, 40, 250
-, man. hos., 23, 27–8, 34, 38
-, mills, 38
-, Cuttle mill, 22, 24, 38, 161
-, Nethercote, q.v.
-, nonconf., 24, 43
-, par. officers, 35, 38
-, poor relief, 23, 36–9
-, pop., 22, 32
-, prehist. rem., 22
-, rectors, 27, 30, 33–6, 38, 40–4, 205; and see Buckfield; Greenwood, Dan. (d. 1679); Hawarden; Somerton, Thos. of
-, rectory est., 33–7, 40
-, rectory ho., 40–1
-, roads, 21–4, 31–2, 41
-, roads to, 6
-, Rom. Cath., 27, 40, 43
-, Rom. rem., 22
-, schs., 19, 21–4, 37, 40–1, 43–4, 55, 75, 168, 177, 181, 208, 220, 222, 293, 300
-, tithes, 28, 34–6, 39–41
-, vestry, 23, 32, 35, 37–8, 44
-, village hall, 25, 44
-, wake, 41
-, water supply, 21, 41
-, woodland, 24–5
-, Wootton Yards, 32, 39, 271–3, 280

Aston Clinton (Bucks.), 295

Aston Rowant, 16n

Astrop, Ralph of, 213

Astyn:
-, Edw., 204
-, Grace, m. Sebastian Smith, 204

Atkinson, Geo., rector of Steeple Aston, 40, 43

Attorney-General, 120; and see Noye

Atwell, Alan, 253

Aubigny, see d'Aubigny

auctioneer, 23

Audlett, John, 212

Audley, Edw., bp. of Salisbury, 48–9

Aumale:
-, count of, see Forz, Wm. de
-, ctss. of, see Rivers, Isabel de
-, honor of, 148, 268

Aunay-sur-Odon (Calvados, France), abbey, 287, 291

Austin:
-, Ric., 50
-, fam., 46

Australia, 61
-, Tasmania, 184

Auxerre (Yonne, France), bp. of, see Germanus

Avranches, see d'Avranches

axletree manufacture, 106

Aylesbury:
-, Edm., rector of Rousham, 167
-, Emma, w. of Wal., 167
-, Isabel, m. Thos. Chaworth, 163
-, John (fl. 1359), 163
-, John (fl. 1361, another), 163
-, John (d. 1409, ?another), 163, 167
-, Phil. of, 64, 163–4
-, Thos., 163
-, Wal., 64, 163–4, 166–8
-, fam., 163–4, 166

Aylesbury (Bucks.), 55

Aylmer, Wm., rector of Deddington, 111

Aylworth:
-, Anne, w. of Ant., see Nowers
-, Anne, w. of Peter, 207
-, Ant., 198
-, Edm., 198
-, Humph., rector of Tackley, 206
-, Peter, 198, 207
-, Thos., 198, 200
-, fam., 200, 203, 206

Aynho (Northants.), 84, 88–9
-, as address, 10, 13, 94, 110, 116, 158, 173, 296
-, Aynho Pk., 98

Ayton (Eyerton):
-, Ric. of, 250
-, Thos. of (fl. early 14th cent.), 250
-, Thos. of (fl. 1398), 250–1

B

Babington:
-, Eliz., see Ormonde
-, Phil., 173, 287
-, Thos., 163
-, Wm., 127
-, fam., 287, 292

Backhouse, Nic., 200

Bacon, J., 207

Bagot:
-, Hervey, 95
-, (or Stafford), Hervey, s. of above, 95
-, Millicent, see Stafford

Bailey, John, rector of Over Worton, 299

Bainbridge, Thos., 247n

Baker:
-, Sir John (d. 1558), Chancellor of Exchequer, 29
-, John (d. 1606), 29–30
-, Ric. (fl. 1593), 219
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1612, another), 29–31, 33

bakers, 15, 37, 53, 153, 190, 218, 240

Bakewell, Rob., 14

Balam, Rob., 33

Baldwin, Thos., 240

Balliol College, Oxford, 30, 32, 123, 130, 200, 203, 269–70, 272, 276, 283–4

Baltimore, Ld., see Calvert

Bamons Bridge, see Bowman's

Bampton, Paulinus of, and his w. Joan, 31

Banbury, Thos., rector of Glympton, 129

Banbury, 1, 16, 84–5, 102, 105, 145, 153, 158, 220
-, as address, 96–7, 255
-, carriers to, 6, 22, 45, 60, 76, 85, 171, 247
-, rly. to, 6, 22, 45, 159, 195, 247
-, roads to, 6, 15, 21, 23, 59, 83, 89, 99, 118, 121, 131, 144–5, 159, 169, 194, 209, 223, 247, 259, 261
-, vicars, 116; and see Wells, Sam.; Wilson, Wm. (d. 1860)
-, Wickham, 95–6

Banbury Monthly Meeting (Friends), 158

Banbury poor law union, 54, 155

Banbury rural district, 16, 39, 54, 110, 155, 219

Bank, Gilb. of, 251, 253

Banks:
-, John, rector of Wootton, 282
-, Thos., 94

Baptists, 56, 116, 142, 158, 168, 221, 246, 249, 256–8, 283, 300

Barcheston (Warws.), 73

Barchysay, Geof., rector of Glympton, 129

Barford:
-, Basile of, 95, 97
-, Denise of, m. 1 Hugh de Chesney, ?2 Hugh de Chacombe, 47, 150, 155
-, Helewise of, 149–50
-, John of, 97
-, Margery of, m. Guy of Wigginton, 95
-, Ralph of (fl. 1279), 150
-, Ralph of (fl. 14th cent.), 115
-, Rob. of, 95
-, Rog. of, 95, 97
-, Rog. of (or Rog. s. of Foukerel), 150
-, fam., 95

Barford, Great, see Barford St. Michael

Barford Chesney, see Barford St. Michael, man.

Barford Olaf, see Barford St. Michael, man.

Barford St. John, see Adderbury

Barford St. John and St. Michael, civil and eccl. par., 45–6, 55, 155

Barford St. Michael, 45–57, 178, 181, 290n, 292
-, adv., 54–5
-, as address, 95, 101, 146, 150
-, bdy., 45, 50, 83
-, bridges, 45
-, char., 57
-, ch., 32, 46–7, 54–6
-, cts., 5, 51, 54
-, curates, 55
-, dom. archit., 46
-, farms, 45–6, 51–3
-, fields, 45, 49–50, 52, 83, 99
-, glebe, 54
-, Hornhill, 46, 50
-, inc., 45–6, 49–53, 57, 181
-, ind. and trade, 53
-, inns, 46
-, man., 4, 46–9, 54, 148–9
-, Barford Chesney, 46–51, 53–4
-, Barford Olaf, 46, 48, 50–3
-, man. ho., 46, 48, 55
-, mills, 46, 49, 53–4
-, nonconf., 46, 56, 117
-, par. council, 57
-, par. officers, 54
-, poor relief, 52, 54–5, 57
-, pop., 45–6, 51
-, prehist. rem., 45
-, rectors, 50, 54
-, rectory ho., 46, 55
-, roads, 45–6
-, roads to, 144, 146
-, Rom. Cath., 56
-, Rom. rem., 45
-, sch., 56–7, 119
-, tithes, 45, 47, 54
-, vicarage ho., 46, 55, 57
-, vicars, 55; and see Bond; Hart, A. J. S.; Hookins; Lampet; Phillips, John
-, village hall, 46
-, water supply, 45

Barkesdale, Nat., 298

Barlow:
-, John, 227n
-, fam., 239

Barnes (Berne):
-, Ric., 97
-, fam., 239

Barnesley, Eliz., see Boldrey

Barnett:
-, Benj., 124
-, Frank Hen., 124–5, 131
-, Geo. Hen. (d. 1871), 122, 124, 130
-, Geo. Hen. (d. 1942), 124, 129
-, Hen., 124, 130
-, fam., 122

Barrett:
-, Geo., 29
-, Thos. (fl. 17th cent.), 218
-, Thos. (fl. 1712), 154

Bartholomew, C. M., rector of Glympton, 130

Barton:
-, Alex. of, 77, 79
-, Hugh of (fl. late 12th cent.), 69
-, Hugh of (fl. 1316, ?two of this name), 77, 202
-, Hugh of (fl. 1346), 77
-, Humph. of, 63, 69, 214
-, John of (fl. 1214), 64
-, John of (fl. 1279), 202
-, John of (fl. 1279, ?another), 214
-, Mabel of, 214
-, Marg. of, 77
-, Otes of (fl. early 12th cent.), 63
-, Otes of (d. c. 1214), 59, 63–4, 70, 214
-, Peter of (fl. 1279), 71, 77–8
-, Peter of (fl. 1279, ?another), 253
-, Peter of (fl. 1331), 77
-, Ralph of, 214
-, (or Kute), Ric. (fl. 1233), 64, 214
-, Ric. of (fl. 1279), see Simple
-, Rob. of, 77
-, Rob. of, s. of above, 77
-, Thos. of (fl. 1220), vicar of Westcott Barton, 80
-, Thos. of (fl. 1331), 77
-, Wm. of (fl. 1229), 77
-, Wm. of (d. by 1238, another), 77
-, Wm. of (fl. mid 13th cent.), 214
-, Wm. of (fl. 1316), see Simple
-, Wm. (fl. 1509), abbot of Oseney, vicar of Steeple Barton, 72
-, fam., 214, 219, 251

Barton, Great, see Barton, Steeple

Barton, Little, see Barton, Westcott

Barton, Middle (in Steeple Barton), 1, 3, 59–62, 65, 65, 67–8, 76–8, 81, 204, 242, 246
-, as address, 177, 217
-, bdy., 59
-, dom. archit., 61
-, fields, 59–61, 66
-, inc., 60, 65–6, 69
-, ind. and trade, 70
-, inns, 61–2
-, man., 60, 63
-, man. ho., 61
-, mill, 60–1, 70–1
-, mission hall, 61, 73
-, nonconf., 61, 74–5
-, pop., 60–1, 68
-, Rom. Cath., 74
-, sch., 61, 75, 81, 181
-, streets, 61
-, tithes, 67, 69

Barton, Sesswell's (Barton Ede), in Steeple Barton, 59–61, 68, 72–3, 162, 164
-, agric., 67–9
-, as address, 295
-, Barton Abbey, 60–1, 63, 64, 65–6, 69–70, 72, 75
-, Barton Lodge, 60–1
-, bdy., 59
-, cts., 71, 166
-, farms, 60–1, 70
-, fields, 66–7
-, inc., 60, 66, 69
-, man., 4, 60, 63–5, 67–8, 70–1, 95, 166, 214, 266, 268
-, man. ho., 64, 64–5; and see Barton, Sesswell's, Barton Abbey
-, mill, 60
-, pop., 60–1, 68
-, Rom. Cath., 74

Barton, Steeple (Great Barton, Barton St. John), 58, 59–75, 78, 128, 159, 162, 164, 169, 171, 177, 216, 276
-, adv., 71–2, 178
-, agric., 66–70
-, as address, 13, 95, 101, 162, 289
-, Barton, Middle, q.v.
-, Barton, Sesswell's, q.v.
-, bdy., 21, 69, 209
-, bridges, 60, 70–1, 76
-, char., 75, 81
-, ch., 64, 71–4, 79–80, 174, 178, 219
-, cts., 67, 71, 177
-, curates, 72–3, 221
-, dom. archit., 61
-, farms, 36, 60–1, 69–70
-, fields, 59–61, 66–7
-, glebe, 65–6, 69, 72
-, inc., 59–60, 66, 69, 72, 75
-, ind. and trade, 70
-, inn, 62
-, Maiden Bower, 60, 70
-, man., 59–60, 62–8, 70–2, 172, 175
-, man. hos., 61, 63–5, 70, 72, 74
-, mills, 60, 70–1
-, nonconf., 74–5
-, par. council, 71
-, par. officers, 60, 71
-, poor relief, 71
-, pop., 60–1, 68, 76
-, prehist. rem., 60
-, Purgatory, 59–60, 69
-, rectors, 71; and see St. John, Wm. of
-, rectory est., 65–6, 68, 72
-, rectory ho., 61, 66
-, roads, 59–60
-, roads to, 121, 209, 261–2
-, Rom. Cath., 74
-, Rom. rem., 60
-, schs., 75
-, tithes, 59, 65–6, 72, 74
-, vestry, 61–2, 71, 75
-, vicarage ho., 61, 72
-, vicars, 69, 72–3, 179; and see Belcher, Thos.; Cockson, Edw.; Walker, Edw. (fl. 1784)
-, woodland, 69

Barton, Westcott (Little), 61, 65, 65, 75–81, 177, 181
-, adv., 79–80
-, agric., 66–70
-, as address, 34, 37
-, bdy., 59, 75–6
-, bridge, 76, 78
-, char., 75, 81
-, ch., 71, 73, 76, 79–81, 219
-, cts., 78, 178–9
-, curates, 80, 179
-, dom. archit., 77
-, farms, 69, 76
-, fields, 59, 66
-, glebe, 69, 79–80
-, inc., 66, 69, 76, 78–9, 81
-, ind. and trade, 70
-, inns, 77
-, man., 63, 67, 69, 71, 76–8, 251
-, man. hos., 76–8
-, mill, 71, 75–6
-, nonconf., 74–5, 80
-, par. officers, 78–80
-, poor relief, 78–9
-, pop., 68, 76
-, rectors, 69, 76, 79–81; and see Belcher, Thos.; Cockson, Edw.
-, rectory est., 69, 76
-, rectory ho., 77, 79–80
-, Rom. Cath., 74
-, sch., 81
-, tithes, 69, 79
-, vicar, 80
-, woodland, 69

Barton Ede, see Barton, Sesswell's

Barton St. John, see Barton, Steeple

Baseley, Wm., 19

Basing:
-, Agnes, see Hanwell
-, John, 127

Baskervill, —, 142.

Basset:
-, Alan, 94
-, Alice, m. Wm. Malet, 94
-, Ela, see Longespée
-, Fulk (fl. 1242), 286
-, Fulk (d. 1259, another), bp. of London, 94
-, Gilb. (d. 1241), 94
-, Gib. (fl. 1241, ?another), 288
-, Phil., 94, 107, 287
-, Thos., 94
-, Warin, 101
-, fam., 94, 101, 286

Bassingbourn:
-, Humph. of, rector of Great Tew, 243
-, John of, 92
-, Marg., m. Wm. de Dive, 92

Bath:
-, Aline of, w. of Hen., m. 2 Nic. of Yattendon, 123
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., 77
-, Hen. of, 123
-, Joan of, m. — de Bohun, 123
-, John of, 123–6, 128
-, Wm., 77

battles and other military incidents, 90–1; and see Civil War; Cropredy Bridge; Evesham, battle of; Lewes; Newbury; Trafalgar; Seven Years War

Batyn, Ric., 177

Bauzan:
-, Agnes, w. of Steph., 265
-, Steph., 265

Bayeux (Calvados, France), bp. of, see Envermeu, Turold de; Odo

Baynes Benefaction, 143

Beale, Tange (or Tangind), vicar of Sandford St. Martin, 179

Beatrice, dau. of Maen, m. Wm. of Luyton, 133

Beauchamp:
-, Alice, see Delabere
-, And. de, 268
-, Eve de, see Gray
-, Guy, earl of Warwick, 89
-, Joan, m. Ernald de Boys, 268
-, Sir John, 115
-, Maud de, m. Jolland de Neville, 268

Beaufeu (Beaufo):
-, Ric., 64
-, Thos., 48

Beaufort, duke of, see Somerset, Hen. Chas.

Beaumont:
-, Eleanor, w. of John (d. 1342), m. 2 Ric. FitzAlan, earl of Arundel, 198
-, Hen. de (fl. 1315), ld. Beaumont, 198
-, Hen. de (fl. 1373), 198
-, Hen. de (fl. 1409), 198
-, Isabel, m. John de Vesci, 198, 202
-, John de (d. 1342), 198
-, John de (d. 1396), 198
-, Rob. de, earl of Leicester, 91

Bec, Rob. of (fl. 1336), 29

Beck, Anne, 255

Becket, Thos., abp. of Canterbury, 48, 250n

Beckingham:
-, Agnes, see Paynel
-, Edw., 77
-, Ric., 77
-, Rob., 77
-, Thos., 77
-, fam., 34–5, 185n

Beconsal, Thos., rector of Steeple Aston, 41

Bedford, duke of, see Tudor

Bedfordshire, 295; and see Campton

bee-keeping, 35, 228, 236

Beeston, Hen., 283

Belcher (Belchier):
-, Beata, w. of Sam., 115
-, John, 254
-, Sam., 54, 115
-, Thos., vicar of Steeple Barton and Sandford St. Martin, rector of Westcott Barton, 73, 79–80, 179
-, Wm., 34, 79
-, fam., 24, 254

Belgium, 8

bellfounders, see Keene, Jas.; Keene, Ric.

Belstead, Adam of, rector of South Newington, 156

Bennet (Bennett):
-, Adam, 95
-, Hen., 213
-, John, 265
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Taylor, 213, 255

Benyon, Ric., 28

Bereford, Wm. de, 198, 202

Berkeley:
-, Giles of, 266–7
-, T. R., rector of Wooton, 282

Berkeley, fee of, 266–7

Berkshire, 55, 133, 188, 212; and see Abingdon; Brimpton; Burghfield; Carswell; Cresswell; Cumnor; Ilsley, West; Langley; Newbury; Reading; Sheepbridge; Speen; Wargrave; Whitley; Windsor

Bernard:
-, Joan, m. Ric. Ward, 270
-, Thos., 269
-, Wm., 269

Berne, see Barnes

Bernini, Giovanni, 135

Berridge, Isaac, 78

Berrings, see Glympton, Boriens

Best, Wm., vicar of N. Aston, 17

Beswick (Yorks. E.R.), 287

Bevan, Nat., vicar of N. Aston, 17

Beverley (Yorks. E.R.), 287

Bicester, Wal. of, 68, 213, 287

Bicester, 22, 105, 127, 230
-, priory, 30, 34, 88, 94, 101, 107, 204
-, canons of, 90
-, prior of, 93–4, 101–2, 108, 200–1
-, roads to, 21, 59, 61, 76, 159, 169

Bidwell, Jas., 284

Biggar, fam., 269

Bignall (Bignell):
-, John, 94
-, Tim., 117
-, fam., 117

Bilhede, see Bylked

Bill, Thos., rector of Over Worton, 299

Billing:
-, John (fl. 1489), 97
-, John (fl. 1554), 98, 102
-, Wm., 86, 102, 105–7, 114–15
-, fam., 86

Birmingham:
-, Agnes, w. of Wm., 287
-, Goodith, w. of Hen., m. 2 Jas. Bulstrode, 287
-, Hen., 287
-, Isabel, see Hilton
-, Marg., w. of Wm., m. 2 Wal. Bulstrode, 287
-, Wm. (d. 1478), 287
-, Wm. (d. 1500), 287
-, Wm. (d. by 1554), 287
-, fam., 287

Birmingham, 133, 225

Bishop:
-, Wm., 276
-, fam., 271

Bisseby, see Busby

Bissell, Thos., 117

Bitterton, Dan., vicar of N. Aston, 16–17

Black Death, see epidemics

Black Prince, see Edward, prince of Wales

Blacket:
-, Eliz., see Wilcotes
-, John, 198

Blacklow Hill (near Warwick), 89

blacksmiths, see smiths

Blackthorn (in Ambrosden), 13, 217

Bladon, 194, 279–80
-, Hensington, 3–4, 195
-, Sansom's fm., 276

Blagrove, fam., 270

Blake:
-, John, rector of Westcott Barton and vicar of Sandford St. Martin, 55, 80, 178–9
-, Wm., 93–4

Blauden, see Glympton

Bledington (Glos.), 254

Blenheim, see Woodstock

Bletchingdon, 195, 199

Blomfield, A. W., 142

Blount:
-, Alan le, 231
-, Alice, see Delabere
-, Chas., 97
-, John, 97, 100, 115
-, John, s. of above, 97
-, Rog. le, 231
-, fam., 97

Bloxham, John of, 48–50

Bloxham, 44–5, 55, 84, 102, 119–20, 144–5, 173, 186
-, as address, 49, 53, 95, 115, 153–4, 157, 254
-, Milcombe, 145, 159
-, sch., 75, 115, 119, 159, 168, 222, 293, 300
-, vicar, see Page, Nic.

Bloxham hund., 45

Bloxham Wood (in Wychwood forest), 186

Bluet, Ralph and his w. Florence, 268

Blundell:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Cordell, 62
-, Eliz., m. Edm. Hogan, 62, 65
-, John, 62, 65, 72, 172, 174, 177–8
-, Mary, m. Gerard Croker, 62, 72, 173
-, Susan, m. Ric. Freston, 62
-, Theodora, m. Justinian Champneys, 62
-, fam., 74

Boddington:
-, Edw., 298
-, Thos., 70
-, Tim., and his w. Marg., 70
-, fam., 70

Bodendike, fam., 97

Bohun:
-, Anne de, see Anne
-, Eleanor de, m. Thomas 'of Woodstock', earl of Buckingham, duke of Gloucester, 93
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford, 93, 287
-, Isabel de, see Isabel
-, Joan de, w. of Humph., 93
-, Joan de, see Bath
-, Mary de, 93
-, Wm. de, earl of Northampton, 93, 99, 111, 287
-, fam., 287

Bois, Peter du, vicar of S. Newington, 156

Bolace, John, 202

Boldren, John, vicar of Steeple Barton, 73, 75

Boldrey:
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., m. 2 — Barnesley, 78, 80
-, Thos. (fl. 1524), 68
-, Thos. (fl. 1544, ?another), 78
-, Wm., 80

Bolton:
-, Anne, 251
-, Louisa, m. Sam. Davis, 251
-, Sir Rob., 251
-, Thos. (fl. 1680), 122
-, Thos. (fl. 1760), rector of Over Worton, 299
-, Mrs., 285
-, fam., 125, 283
-, and see Boulton

Bond, Rog., vicar of Barford St. Michael and S. Newington, 55, 156

Boniface, Thos., vicar of Deddington, 113, 115

booksellers, 255

Boriens, see Glympton

Borromini, Francesco, 135

Bostock, Hen., 35

Boterel:
-, Ralph (fl. 1164), 185
-, Ralph (d. 1473), Ld. Sudeley, 186
-, fam., 185

Botreaux:
-, Isabel de, see Moels
-, Marg. de, m. Sir Rob. Hungerford, 298
-, Wm. de (fl. 1337), 298
-, Wm. de (d. 1463), 298
-, fam., 298

Boughton, Thos., 188

Boulton:
-, Clara Gertrude, 231
-, Marg., 231
-, Marianne, 247
-, Mary Ann, w. of Mat. Robinson, 245
-, Mary Ann, m. John Robb, 231
-, Mat., 225, 231
-, Mat. Robinson, 225, 227–8, 231, 233, 240–3, 246
-, M. E., 231
-, M. P. W., 174, 227, 231, 233, 240, 288
-, fam., 228, 242, 245
-, and see Bolton

Bourchier:
-, Eliz., w. of Fulk, see Dynham
-, Fulk, Ld. FitzWarin, 295
-, Sir John, 134
-, Margery, see Feriby
-, Mary, m. Sir Edw. Unton, 134

Boureman, John, 95

Bourne:
-, Francis, see Page
-, Ric., see Bourne Charlett
-, and see Sturges-Bourne

Bourne Charlett (formerly Bourne), Ric., 63, 72

Bowen, John, rector of Westcott Barton, 80

Bowers:
-, Chas., 251
-, Herbert, 251
-, Maunsell, 251

Bowles:
-, Chas., 10, 14, 16–17, 31
-, Chas. Oldfield, 10–11, 14, 19
-, Jane, 8
-, Oldfield, 8, 10–11, 14, 31
-, fam., 10, 18–19

Bowman's (Bamons) Bridge, 6, 83

Box:
-, Dorcas, w. of Edw., 146
-, Edw., 146, 153
-, Phil. (fl. 1659), 146
-, Phil. (d. 1715), 151, 153
-, Mrs., 153
-, fam., 153

Boxden Lake, 120

Boys:
-, Ernald de, 268
-, Joan de, see Beauchamp
-, John de, 268

Brackley (Northants.), 105

Bradenstoke (Wilts.), priory, 10–18, 49, 51, 270

Bradford, Edw., vicar of Great Tew, 243

Bradley:
-, Jas., 63
-, Mrs., m. 2 Francis Woodcock, 63

Bradshaw, Emma, 44

Bradwell, Wal. of, 266–7

Brailes (Warws.), 64n

Brandon:
-, Chas., duke of Suffolk, 30, 171n
-, Eliz., see Dynham
-, Sir Thos., 64, 295

Brangwin (Brangwen):
-, Castell, 68
-, Francis, 69
-, Ric., 254
-, fam., 61, 68, 217, 254

Brasenose College, Oxford, 16, 30, 34–6, 39–40, 43–4, 49, 51–3, 137–9, 174, 176, 251–2, 254–5
-, principals, see Greenwood, Dan.; Hawarden; Radcliffe

Brassey:
-, Albert, 132–6, 139–43, 148, 249–51
-, Matilda, w. of Albert, 140–1
-, Rob., 134, 148, 250
-, Thos., 134

Bray:
-, Gillian of, m. John Hatclyffe, 288
-, John of (d. 1349), 288
-, John of (d. 1451), 288
-, Ric. of (fl. 1307), 288–9
-, Ric. of (d. 1368), 288
-, Rob. de, 124
-, Wm. of (d. by 1279), 288
-, Wm. de (fl. 1279), 124–6
-, fam., 289

bread, assize of, 4, 108

Breauté:
-, Emma de, see Northampton, Emma of
-, Fawkes de, 26–7, 185
-, John de, 149
-, Marg. de, see FitzGerald
-, Wm. de, 92

Bremhill, see Stanley

Breton:
-, Joan, see Dive
-, Wm., 92

Brewer:
-, Alice, m. Reynold de Mohun, 123
-, Joan, w. of Wm., 123
-, John, vicar of Steeple Barton, 73
-, Wm. (fl. 1202), 123, 125
-, Wm. (d. 1233), 123

Brideoak, Ric., 173

brewing, 106, 164, 218

brick, 1, 23–4, 30, 46, 61, 85, 87, 184, 213, 249
-, brick manufacture, 1, 37, 70, 85, 106, 228, 240
-, bricklayer, 240

Bridgeman, Chas., 161

bridges, see Bowman's; Enslow; Heyford Bridge; Oxfordshire, county bridges; and under names of particular places

Brimpton:
-, Adam of (fl. late 12th cent.), 29
-, Adam of (d. 1275), 33, 38–9
-, Adam of (fl. 1279), 31, 33
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Stokes, 29
-, Ellis, 29
-, Rob. of, 29
-, Thos., 29
-, Thos., s. of above, 29
-, fam., 29–30, 33

Brimpton (Berks.), 29

Brisac, Wm. de, 101

British Columbia, see Canada

Brize Norton, see Norton, Brize

Broadstone:
-, Rob. of, 138
-, Wal. of, 138

Broadstone, see Enstone

Broc:
-, John de, 250, 253
-, Rob. de (fl. 1189), 250
-, Rob. de (fl. 1241), 250
-, Rob. de (fl. 1279), 250, 253
-, fam., 249, 250n, 251, 254

Brogden, Jas., vicar of Deddington, 113–14, 118

Brome (Brown):
-, Chris, 198
-, John, 198, 200
-, Rob., 198
-, Wm., 198

Bromsgrove (Worcs.), Bromsgrove Guild, 114–15

Brooke (Brook):
-, Sir Basil (d. 1646), 9, 11, 13, 16
-, Basil (d. 1700), 7, 9–10, 16–17
-, Eliz., 19
-, Frances, 9
-, Grace, see Anne, Grace
-, John, 9, 11, 13
-, Laur., 162
-, Sir Rob., Ld. Chief Justice, 9, 13
-, Thos., 9
-, Winifred, w. of Basil, 10, 16
-, fam., 10, 12–14, 16–19

Brookes:
-, John Hen., rector of Steeple Aston, 29, 41
-, Mrs., 29

Brotherton, fam., 283

Broughton, 144–5, 153–4, 291
-, Newington, North, 145

Broughton Poggs, 93

Brown (Browne, Broun, Brun):
-, F. J., rector of Steeple Aston, 42
-, Isabel le, see Podio
-, John, vicar of Deddington, 112
-, Mary, w. of Rob., 21
-, Rob., vicar of N. Aston, 17–18, 21
-, Wm. le (fl. later 12th cent.), 197–9
-, Wm. (fl. 1464), rector of Wootton, 281
-, Wistan, rector of Rousham, 167 n
-, Mr., 98
-, and see Brome

Brudenell, Wm., vicar of Deddington, 112

Bruern, abbey, 3, 136, 138–9, 213–14, 216, 279, 281
-, abbot of, 4

Brun, see Brown

Bruton, E., 257

Buckeridge, Chas., 42, 257–8

Buckfield, Ric., rector of Steeple Aston, 35

Buckingham:
-, ctss. of, see Bohun, Eleanor de
-, duke of, see Stafford, Hen.
-, earl of, see Thomas 'of Woodstock'.

Buckingham, 83

Buckinghamshire, 47; and see Aston Clinton; Aylesbury; Buckingham; Chesham; Chetwode; Claydon, Middle; Doddershall; Dorton; Eton College; Hillesden; Nutley; Olney; Penn; Risborough, Princes; Soulbury; Tattenhoe; Twyford; Wycombe

Buckland:
-, Alan of, 91–3
-, Alice, see Murdac
-, Isabel, m. Osbert Giffard, 93

Buckland (Berks.), see Carswell

Buckler:
-, Geo., 116
-, J. C., 74, 86, 116, 207

Buffin:
-, Thos., 30
-, Wm., 30

Buggins, fam., 283

building trades, 53
-, builders, 43, 87, 98, 106, 111, 218, 256; and see Franklin, H. R.; Franklin, Rob.; Franklin and Hopcraft; Hiorn, John (fl. 1680)
-, builders' merchant, 106
-, carpenters, 37, 53, 106, 139, 153, 166, 177, 190, 204, 218, 239–40, 256
-, glazier, 106
-, joiners, 106, 218
-, masons, 15, 37, 46, 53, 70, 83, 106, 113–14, 137, 153, 166, 177, 190, 204, 218, 239–40, 256, 277
-, painter, 240
-, plasterers, 177, 190; and see Roberts, Thos. (d. 1771)

Bulford:
-, John, 264
-, Thos., 276–7
-, fam., 275, 277

Bull:
-, Edm., 254
-, Ric., 13

bull, liberty of, 35, 100, 151, 165

Bullein:
-, Unton, 51
-, —, 51

Buller:
-, Edm., 175, 177
-, John (fl. 1550), 175, 177
-, John (fl. 1626), and his w. Eliz., 177
-, John (fl. 1640, another), 177
-, Ric., 177
-, fam., 176

Bullock:
-, Charlotte, see Hall
-, Wm. Hen., see Hall, Wm. Hen.

Bulstrode:
-, Goodith, see Birmingham
-, Jas., 287, 291
-, Marg., see Birmingham

Bumpstead, Wm., and his w. Mary, 288

Burborough (Burberow):
-, Thos., 188, 194
-, Tim., 158

Burford, 288

burgage tenure, 84–5, 101, 105

Burgess, Wm., 247n

Burghfield (Berks.), 139

Burn, Mic. de la (or the butler), 267

Burrows:
-, Anne, see Raves
-, Joan, 213
-, John, 213
-, Jos., rector of Steeple Aston, 41
-, Raves, 213
-, Ric., 213
-, Sarah, 213
-, fam., 215

Burton:
-, Jas., rector of Over Worton, 299
-, John, rector of Rousham, 168
-, Thos., 19
-, fam., 98

Burwardescote, Rog. de, rector of Tackley and of St. Helen's, Abingdon, 205

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.), 114n

Busby (Bisseby):
-, Agnes, w. of Wm., 245
-, Edw., 13
-, John (fl. earlier 14th cent.), 174–5
-, John (d. 1351, another), 174
-, John (fl. c. 1416), 174
-, John (fl. 1543), 68
-, John (fl. 1762), and his w. Eliz., 238
-, John (d. 1815), 139
-, Nic., 174
-, Ric. (fl. c. 1416), 174
-, Ric. (fl. 1524), 237, 242
-, Rob., 174, 176
-, Sam., 255
-, Sarah, 188, 193
-, Thos., 68
-, Wm. (d. 1513), 237, 245
-, Wm. (fl. 1524), 254
-, Wm. (fl. 1550), 68
-, Wm. (fl. 1737), 68
-, fam., 68, 175, 237–8, 245n

Bussey, Rog. de, 62, 65

Bustard:
-, Ant. (fl. 16th cent.), 64, 95, 97
-, Ant. (fl. 1604), 96
-, John, 95, 97, 295
-, Wm., 64, 94–6
-, fam., 96, 98, 103

Buswell:
-, Ann, m. John Carter, 78
-, Edm., 81
-, Edw., 34
-, John (fl. 1724), 81
-, John (d. 1768), and his w. Eliz., 81
-, John (fl. 1770), 78
-, Lucy, 36
-, Ric., 68
-, Rob. (d. 1640), 67
-, Rob. (d. c. 1708), 68–9, 78, 81
-, Rob. (fl. 1734), 81
-, Rob. (fl. 1760), 69
-, fam., 24, 37, 68–9, 76, 78

butchers, 23, 34, 53, 105, 119, 177, 190, 218, 240, 270

Butler, Jas., duke of Ormonde, 17

butler, Mic. the, see Burn

Byfield, Ric., vicar of N. Aston, 17

Bylked (Bilhede), Giles, vicar of Steeple Barton, 73

Byrde:
-, John (fl. 1444), 270n
-, John (d. 1509, ?another), 270, 277

C

Cadenore, Steph., rector of Tackley, 205

Cakebread, Geo., 115

Calais (Pas-de-Calais, France), 127

Calcott (Calcutt):
-, John, 117
-, Wal., 119
-, fam., 255

Calcutta (India), bp. of, see Wilson, Dan.

Caldecott:
-, Abraham, 92
-, Eliz., see Marriott
-, Thos., 92

Calstone Wellington (Wilts.), 72

Calvert:
-, Benedict, 43
-, Chas., Ld. Baltimore, 43

Cambridge university, see Gonville and Caius Coll.

Cambridgeshire, see Weston Colville

Cammell Laird & Co., 10

Campbell:
-, Jane, w. of John, 291
-, J. J., vicar of Great Tew, 243, 245
-, John, duke of Argyll, 288, 292
-, fam., 288

Campden, Chipping (Glos.), 95

Campton (Beds.), 96

Canada, 61, 184
-, British Columbia, 184

canals, see Oxford canal

Canterbury, abp. of, see Aelfric; Becket; Parker, Mat.

Carew:
-, Sir Edm., 27–8, 64, 95, 162, 295
-, Marg., see Dynham
-, fam., 28, 34, 295

Carpenter, John, rector of Steeple Aston, 44

carpenters, see building trades

carriers, 6, 22, 45, 60, 76, 85, 121, 145, 171, 183, 190, 195, 209, 218, 240, 247

Carrington, Ld., see Smith, Francis

Carswell (in Buckland, Berks.), 16

Carter:
-, Ann, see Buswell
-, Geo., 52
-, John (d. 1670), 50, 52
-, John (fl. 1794), 255
-, John (d. c. 1800), see Pollard
-, John (d. 1817), 78
-, Marg., 35
-, Ric. (fl. 1524), 297
-, Ric. (fl. 1543, ?another), 297
-, Ric. (fl. 1615), 297
-, —, 227 n
-, fam., 239, 297, 299

Cartwright:
-, Charlotte, m. — Chetwynd, 10
-, John, 94, 107, 173, 296, 299
-, Ric., 86, 94, 108, 120
-, Thos., 10
-, Ursula, w. of Wm., 94
-, W. C., 88, 94–5, 103, 107, 116, 118– 19
-, W. R., 103, 110
-, Wm. (d. 1676), 13, 94, 296
-, Wm. (d. 1768), 173
-, fam., 14, 86, 94, 119, 296

Cary:
-, Ant., Vct. Falkland, 231
-, Eliz., see Tanfield
-, Francis Hen., 92
-, Hen., Vct. Falkland (d. 1633), 231
-, Hen., Vct. Falkland (d. 1663), 231, 237, 245
-, Jane, m. Jas. Hunt, 92
-, John, rector of Wootton, 270, 281, 284
-, Lettice, w. of Lucius (d. 1643), 227, 229, 231, 246
-, Lettice, w. of Francis Hen., see Appletree
-, Lucius, Vct. Falkland (d. 1643), 227, 229, 231, 245, 268, 275
-, Lucius, Vct. Falkland (d. 1649), 231
-, Rachel, w. of Hen. (d. 1663), 245
-, fam., 115

Cassington, 4–5
-, Somerford, 4
-, Worton, 4

Castle:
-, Chris., 217
-, Wm., 138
-, —, 194
-, fam., 132, 217–18, 298

Caswell, see Witney

Catesby:
-, Anne, see Seaton
-, Edw. (fl. 1488), 47
-, Edw. (fl. 1514, another), 47

Catherine (of Valois), queen of Hen. V, 93

Caulcott, see Heyford, Lower

Ceolric (fl. 1005), 229

cert money, 4–5, 219

Chacombe:
-, Denise de, see Barford, Denise of
-, Hugh of, 47, 54, 150

Chacombe priory (Northants.), 47, 49, 51–4, 150–2

Chadlington hund., 3, 131, 139

Chalford, see Enstone

Chalgrove:
-, Wm. of, 231, 236
-, fam., 242

Chamberlain:
-, Edw., 62
-, Eliz., 222
-, Leonard, 62, 65, 72, 173–4, 177, 270
-, Marg., see Lovayne
-, Penelope, m. Sir Rob. Dashwood, 96
-, Ric., 62
-, Thos. (d. 1625), 94, 96
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1643), 96
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1682), 96
-, Wm., 62
-, Dr. —, 111
-, —, 62
-, fam., 62, 96, 98, 138, 174, 213

Chambers:
-, Eliz., see Greenwood
-, John, 27
-, Mic., 28

Chamel, see Chaynel

Champneys:
-, Justinian, 62
-, Ric., 62–3, 174
-, Theodora, see Blundell

Chance, E. F., 173

Chandler:
-, John, 217
-, fam., 216

Chantrey, Sir Francis, 245

chantries, obits, and lights, 17, 30, 41–2, 49, 72–3, 78, 80, 111–12, 115, 129, 156, 166–8, 179, 191, 206, 208, 220, 243, 256, 281–2.

Chapman, John, rector of Wootton, 282

Charlbury, 121, 131, 164, 183, 186, 193
-, Fawler, 185–6, 188
-, Pudlicote, 185

Charlecote (Warws.), 136

Charles I, 89, 115, 123, 172

Charlett, see Bourne Charlett

Charlton:
-, Job, 27
-, Mary, see Greenwood

Charlton-on-Otmoor, rector of, see Walkstead

Chastleton, 142, 191

Chaucer:
-, Alice, m. Wm. de la Pole, duke of Suffolk, 202
-, Thos., 185, 202, 265

Chaundy, Geo., 204

Chaunteclere, Rog., 13, 230

Chauntrell, John, 217

Chaworth:
-, Isabel, see Aylesbury
-, Joan, m. John Ormonde, 163
-, Thos. (d. 1459), 163, 168
-, Thos. (d. 1482), 163
-, Wm., 163

Chaynel (Chamel), Geof., 269

Chebsey:
-, Wm., 297
-, Zacharias de, 129

Checkley, fam., 239

Chelmscote:
-, Amice of, w. of Sim., 230
-, John of, 230
-, Sim. of, 230
-, fam., 230

Cheltenham (Glos.), 247

Cherwell, riv., 1, 6, 12, 15, 21–2, 30, 32, 83–4, 121, 159, 161, 165–6, 169, 194–5, 201, 261, 271, 286

Cherwell district, 16, 39, 54, 110, 155, 219

Chesham (Bucks.), 47

Chesney:
-, Agnes de, m. 1 Sim. of Maidwell, 2 Rog. of Verdun, 47, 48n, 49, 53, 148, 150, 155
-, Alice de, m. 1 Warin de Plaiz, 2 Rob. of Aston, 9, 49, 150
-, Alice de, w. of Rog., see Langetot
-, Beatrice de, m. Ralph Murdac, 91
-, Denise de, see Barford, Denise of
-, Hugh de, 47, 91, 148, 150, 155–6
-, Lucy de, m. 1 Guy de Dive, 2 Rob. de Harcourt, 47, 91, 97, 111, 148
-, Maud de, m. Hen. FitzGerald, 91, 94, 96, 107, 148
-, Ralph de, 47, 91, 148
-, Rog. de (fl. c. 1100), 96
-, Rog. de (fl. 1172), 91
-, Wm. de (d. 1172x1176), 90–1, 96, 107, 148, 268
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1212), 47, 148
-, fam., 46, 96, 149–50, 152, 154, 157

Chester:
-, earls of, see Edward II; d'Avranches; Ranulph (d. 1153); Ranulph (d. 1232)
-, honor of, 230

Chester, bp. of, 64

Chesterton, 17

Chetwode:
-, Agnes, see Woodhill
-, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Woodhill, 212
-, Sir John, 212
-, Ric. (fl. mid 16th cent.), 212
-, Ric. (fl. 1598, another), 212
-, Sir Thos., 212
-, fam., 217

Chetwode (Bucks.), priory, 30–1, 33, 40

Chetwynd:
-, Charlotte, see Cartwright
-, Ric., Vct. Chetwynd, 10

Chevalier, Wm. le, 136

Cheylesmore (nr. Coventry, Warws.), 197

Chilton, Thos., 208

Chilton (Som.), 9

chiminage, 4

china and glass dealer, 70

Chinnor, 96n.

Chipperfield's circus, 133

Chipping Norton, see Norton, Chipping

Chislett, fam., 106

cholera, see epidemics

Cholmondley, Hugh of, 199, 202

Christ Church, Oxford, 83, 86, 88, 94–8, 100, 102–3, 107–9, 111, 114n, 118, 150, 214, 218

Christopherson, John, 127

Church, John, 264, 271, 283

Church (Ecclesiastical) Commissioners, 90, 92, 96, 98, 103, 109, 111

Churchill:
-, Bart., 98, 106
-, Hen., 15, 21
-, Henrietta, dchss. of Marlborough, 72
-, John, duke of Marlborough, 3, 185
-, Sam. (d. 1808), 69, 78
-, Sam. (d. 1841), 63, 72, 78, 88, 98, 102–3, 106
-, Wm., 106
-, fam., 14–15, 103, 106, 115, 203

Churchill, 154

churchscot, 280

Cigoniis, Engelard de, 265

Cirencester (Glos.), 260

Cistercians, 3

Civil War, 8, 26, 89–90, 123, 162, 172, 179, 197, 249, 286, 291; and see Parliament, parliamentarians; royalists

Clanfield, John, 269

Clare:
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester and Hereford, 150
-, Ralph de and his w. Isabel, 150

Clarendon, earl of, see Hyde, Edw.

Clarke (Clerke):
-, Edm., vicar of Great Tew, 243
-, Hen., 78
-, Claridge, Ric., 158

Claydon (in Cropredy), 36

Claydon, Middle (Bucks.), 150

Claymond, John, president of Corpus Christi College, Oxf., 200

Cleobury, Chris., 168

Clerke, see Clarke

Cleveley, see Enstone

Clifden, Vct., see Ellis

Clifford:
-, Wal. de, 9
-, fam., 270

Clifford castle (Herefs.), barony, 9, 250

Clifton, Chas. Rede, vicar of North Aston, 18

Clifton (in Deddington), 8, 53, 81, 83, 88, 96–7, 101
-, agric., 99–105
-, as address, 112
-, Boulderdyke Ho., 88, 97
-, bdy., 115–16
-, chaps., 56, 88–9, 113, 115–16
-, curates, 116
-, dom. archit., 88
-, farms, 88, 98, 102–3, 105
-, fields, 95, 99–100, 102
-, inc., 88, 97, 102–3, 104
-, ind., 106
-, inns., 88, 106
-, man., see Deddington, man.
-, man. hos., 88, 94
-, mills, 83, 88, 95, 101, 106–7
-, nonconf., 89, 116–17
-, par. officers, 108–10
-, poor relief, 109–10
-, pop., 88, 102
-, roads to, 6, 83, 85
-, sch., 88, 116–17, 119
-, streets, 88
-, tithes, 100

Clinton:
-, Geof. de, 123, 128
-, Hen. de, 123
-, Jordan de, 123, 295
-, Nicia de, m. Wm. of Paris, 147
-, Ralph de (fl. 12th cent.), 123, 128–9
-, Ralph de (fl. c. 1220), 122, 125
-, Ralph de, s. of above, 122, 125
-, Wm. de (fl. early 12th cent.), 123
-, Wm. de (fl. later 12th cent.), 128n, 150
-, Wm. de (fl. 1228, ?another), 295
-, fam., 123n, 125n, 147, 265

clock and watch making, 37, 70; and see Fardon, John; Fardon, fam.

Clonmell:
-, ctss. of, see Scott, Henrietta-Louisa
-, earl of, see Scott, Thos.

cloth trade, see textile ind.

clothing manufacture, 70; and see tailors

clover, 14, 35, 69, 165, 188, 277

Clutterbuck:
-, C., 300
-, Eliz., 281

cobblers, see leather ind.

Cockley brook, 59, 66, 75–6, 169, 209, 293

Cockson:
-, Edw., vicar of Sandford St. Martin and Steeple Barton, rector of Westcott Barton, 73, 79–80, 179
-, Hen. (fl. 1680), 79
-, Hen. (d. 1695, ?another), vicar of Sandford St. Martin and Great Tew, 179, 243, 245

Cogges, 4, 147
-, priory, 249–50, 253, 280

Colchester, Ric., 16

Colchester (Essex), abbey, 65

Coleman:
-, John (fl. 1680), 52
-, John (fl. 1760 x 1831, several of this name), 52
-, fam., 52, 298

collar maker, see leather ind.

Colles:
-, John, 102, 115
-, fam., 115

Collier, Steph., 270

Collyweston (Northants.), 189

Colonces, Hugh de, 229

Combe, 183–5, 188, 272

Compton:
-, Hen., later Ld. Compton, 28, 38, 64, 95, 295
-, John of, 148–9
-, Peter, 28, 162
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1512), 28, 64, 150, 162, 295
-, Wm. (fl. 1594), 64
-, fam., 95, 268, 296

Congregationalists, 86, 88, 117, 300

Constable:
-, Humph., 74
-, Mic., 74
-, fam., 74

Conyers:
-, Eliz., see Wilcotes
-, Rob., 198
-, Thos., 198

Coombe (Surr.), 136

Cooper, R. W., 198, 205

Co-operative Society, 24

Cordell:
-, Anne, see Blundell
-, Thos., 62

cordwainers, see leather ind.

corn dealers, 177n. 204

Cornbury Park, 135n

corner, Wal. at, see Walter

Corney:
-, Eliz., see Croshawe
-, Huntingdon Hastings, 63, 74

Cornish, S. W., vicar of South Newington, 157

Cornwall:
-, duchy of, 197
-, earl of, see Edmund; Gaveston; Richard

Cornwall, see Lanherne

Cornwall, 268

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 199– 200, 202–3
-, president of, see Claymond, John

Cother, Wm., 36

Cotswold, breed of sheep, 165

Cottisford:
-, Rog. of, 199, 231
-, Thos., 231
-, fam., 231

Cottisford, 231

Cottrell:
-, Sir Chas. (fl. 1690), 166
-, Chas. (d. 1779), see Cottrell-Dormer
-, Sir Clement, 163

Cottrell-Dormer:
-, C. W., 30, 163, 165
-, (formerly Cottrell), Sir Chas. (d. 1779), 27–8, 36, 159, 161, 163, 165, 167–8
-, Chas. (d. 1874), 22–3, 28, 30, 36–7, 163, 165
-, Sir Clement (d. 1808), 29–30, 163, 166, 168
-, (later Upton-Cottrell-Dormer), Clement (d. 1880), 163, 165, 168
-, Marg., w. of Clement, 31
-, Thos., 163, 167
-, fam., 36, 71, 161, 165–8

Councer, Geo., 153

Course, fam., 107

Courtenay:
-, Hugh (or Thos.), 295
-, Muriel, w. of Sir Thos., see Moels
-, Muriel, m. John Dynham (fl. 1369), 295
-, Sir Thos. (fl. mid 14th cent.), 295
-, Thos. (d. 1369), see Courtenay, Hugh

Coutances (Manche, France), diocese of, 205
-, bp. of, see Geoffrey

Coventry:
-, Alice of, 240
-, Thos. of, 236, 240
-, Wal. of, 236n
-, fam., 236

Coventry, honor of, 197

Coventry and Lichfield, bp. of, see Longespée, Rog.

Cowcher, Rob., rector of Rousham, 168

Cox:
-, Geo. (d. 1586), 297
-, Geo. (fl. 1586), 297
-, John, 297
-, Sam., 173, 179
-, Sam. Fortnum, 173, 180–1
-, —, m. John Meese (d. 1621), 297
-, fam., 176, 179, 297

Cranford:
-, Anne, m. 1 Thos. Hall, 2 Thos. Drayton, 147
-, Nic. of, 147
-, Ric., 147
-, Rob. (d. 1302), 147, 149–52, 154
-, Rob. (d. 1339), 147
-, Rob. (d. by 1350) and his w. Lucy, 147
-, Rob. (fl. 1412), 147, 150
-, Wm., 147n
-, fam., 145, 148, 150–2, 154, 157

Cranley (Cranle):
-, (or Craule), John de, 268
-, Ric., 199–200

Crapper, J. M., 43, 284

Craucombe, Godfrey de, 185, 265

Craule, see Cranley

Crec:
-, Bart. de, 48
-, Margery de, see Asnes

Creek, Edm., 14

Cresset, Eliz., see Huxley

Cresswell (Berks.), 133

Crispe (Crisp):
-, Anne, m. Sir Chas. Crispe, 269
-, Sir Chas., 198, 269
-, Mary, m. Geo. Stonehouse, 198, 269
-, Thos., 267
-, fam., 253, 267, 269, 275, 283

Croc, Reynold s. of, see Reynold

Croft:
-, Ric., 187, 265
-, Thos., 265

Croft (Yorks. N.R.), see Halnaby

Croke:
-, Sir Alex., 28
-, Chas., 28
-, Francis, 28
-, Geo., 27–8
-, Joan, m. — Newell, 28
-, John (d. 1554), 30, 65, 200, 270
-, John (fl. 1584), 27
-, Nat., 28
-, Unton, 200
-, fam., 28

Croker:
-, Alice, w. of Gerard, 63
-, Alice, w. of John, see Giles
-, Anne, 173
-, Gerard (d. 1577), 62, 72, 173
-, Gerard (d. 1620), 63, 172–4, 176
-, Gerard (d. 1647), 63, 65, 72, 173
-, Gerard (d. 1733), 173
-, Hen., 173
-, John (d. 1610), 62–3, 65, 173
-, John (d. 1629), 63, 65, 173
-, John (d. by 1662), 173–4
-, Mary, see Blundell
-, Stuart, 173
-, Wm. (d. c. 1653), 173
-, Wm. (d. 1709), 63, 173, 176
-, fam., 65, 173, 178

Cropredy, see Claydon; Williamscot

Cropredy Bridge, battle of, 89

Cropredy plan (labour rate), 110

crops, less common, see clover; flax; hemp, hops; lucerne; mangolds; North Aston apple; rape; safflower; sainfoin; swedes; teazels; turnips; vetches; woad

Croshawe:
-, Edw., 63, 75
-, Eliz., w. of Edw., m. 2 Huntingdon Hastings Corney, 63

Cross:
-, Nic., 237
-, fam., 212

Croxford:
-, Isabel, m. Geo. Gaynsford, 199
-, John, see Croxford, Rob.
-, Ric., 199
-, Rob. (or John, fl. 14th cent.), 199
-, Rob. (fl. 1423), 199

Cuckfield (Suss.), 42

cucking stool, 87, 108

Cuckold's Holt, see Enstone

Cuddesdon, 113

Cumming, Wm., 47–8, 56

Cumnor (Berks.), 17

Cupper:
-, Eliz., m. John Hayes, 77, 79
-, Frances, w. of Ric., m. 2 — Pollard, 123–4
-, John (d. 1585), 77, 79, 123–4, 127–8, 266–7
-, John (fl. 1618), 124, 127
-, Ric., 77, 123–4
-, Thos., 124, 267
-, Wm. (fl. 1566), rector of Westcott Barton, 266
-, Wm. (fl. 1575, ?another), 266
-, fam., 34

Curbridge, see Witney

Curme, Thos., vicar of Sandford St. Martin, 41, 179–80

customs, traditional, 9, 40, 57, 77, 79, 87, 129, 147, 154, 188, 197, 205, 212, 228, 273–4, 282
-, wakes, 41, 128, 147, 172, 197

Cutteslowe, see Wolvercote

D

Dandridge:
-, Geo., rector of Rousham, 167
-, John Strange, rector of Rousham and of Syresham (Northants.), 167
-, Thos., 78
-, Thos., s. of above, 78
-, fam., 76

danegeld, 91

Daniell (Daniel):
-, Anne, m. Wm. Draper, 287
-, Ingilby, 287
-, Rob., 11

Dashwood:
-, Chas. Vere, 173, 176
-, Dorothea, see Read
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Jas., 218
-, Eliz., w. of Ric., m. 2 Chas. Armand Powlett, 173
-, Sir Geo., 11, 96, 198, 211–12, 220, 222
-, Sir Geo. John Egerton, 198
-, Sir Hen. Geo. Massey, 220
-, Sir Hen. Watkin, 198, 204, 213–14, 218, 220
-, Sir Hen. Wm., 94, 103, 198, 203, 207, 211–12, 221
-, Sir Jas., 198, 267, 274
-, Penelope, see Chamberlain
-, Ric., 173
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1734), 94, 96, 173, 200, 213
-, Rob. (d. 1728), 213
-, fam., 94, 96, 98, 198–9, 203, 211, 213, 215, 220–1, 267

Daston, Ric., 64

d'Aubigny, Hugh, earl of Sussex and Arundel, 197, 230

David, John s. of, see John

Davies (Davis):
-, A. J., 114
-, Eliz., 27, 36
-, John (fl. late 17th cent.), 38
-, John (fl. 1746), 290
-, John (fl. 1767), 24, 35
-, John (fl. 1825), rector of Over Worton, 299
-, Louisa, see Bolton
-, Ric., 165
-, T., 37
-, Thos. (d. 1747), 27–8, 34
-, Thos. (fl. 1767), 24
-, Thos. (d. 1863), 23
-, fam., 23, 34, 188

d'Avranches, Hugh, earl of Chester, 197, 205

Davy, John, and his w. Agnes, 214

Day, fam., 270

Dayman:
-, Chas., vicar of Great Tew, 245
-, Gorden, 298

Deacon:
-, John, 28
-, fam., 28

Dean (Deane, Dene):
-, Hen., 103, 110
-, Ric., 290
-, Wm., 174
-, —, 212
-, fam., 97, 289–90

Dean, see Spelsbury

Declaration of Liberty of Conscience, 40

Deda (O.E. personal name), 83

Deddington, 53, 81–120, 82, 104, 128, 155, 271, 276
-, adv., 110–11
-, agric., 84, 98–105, 108
-, almshouses, 87, 112, 119–20
-, as address, 56, 63, 179, 199, 213, 220, 287
-, Blount's Fm., see Deddington, Castle End
-, borough, 81, 83–4, 105, 108
-, bdy., 6, 81, 83
-, bridges, 83 South Bridge, 81, 83, 91n, 107 and see Bowman's Bridge
-, cast., 83–5, 87, 89–93, 101
-, Castle End (Blount's Fm.), 85, 87, 97
-, Castle Ho. (Great Ho., rectory ho.), 87, 89, 93, 98, 102–3, 112
-, chant., 111–12
-, chaplains, 111–12
-, char., 88, 106, 109, 115, 118–20 feoffees, 85, 87, 90, 109–10, 112, 119–20, 296–7
-, ch., 85, 87, 89, 110–16, 118
-, Clifton, q.v.
-, clubs, 90, 110
-, ct. ho., 85–6
-, cts., 85–6, 92, 94, 100–2, 108–10 portmoot, 84, 108
-, curates, 111–13
-, Deddington Ho. (Manor), 86, 98, 103, 112
-, dom. archit., 85–8, 96–8
-, fairs, 84–5, 105
-, farms, 85–6, 92, 97, 102–3, 104, 105 Appletree, 87, 100, 102–3, 118
-, Blount's, 97, 99–100, 102–3, 105
-, Earl's, 100, 103, 119–20
-, Leadenporch, 92, 96–7, 101–3
-, Maund's, 86, 100, 102–3, 106
-, Savage's, 86, 100, 102–3
-, Tomwell, 97, 103, 105
-, fields, 1, 49, 95, 98–103
-, fire brigade, 88, 90
-, the Fishers (Fishwere), 83, 91n, 99, 101, 107, 111
-, the Fishers (medieval fishponds), 83n, 91
-, gas works, 85–6
-, glebe, 98, 103, 111
-, Great Ho., see Deddington, Castle Ho.
-, guild, 87, 102, 106, 112, 114–15, 118–19
-, Hempton, q.v.
-, Hermitage, 87, 112, 119
-, Ilbury, q.v.
-, inc., 45, 50, 83, 92, 96–8, 102–3, 104, 109, 111, 119
-, ind. and trade, 1, 84–5, 105–6 inns, 86, 88, 96, 106
-, King's Arms, 85–6, 90, 113
-, Plough, 86, 90, 105
-, Red Lion, 86, 90, 103
-, Unicorn, 87, 90, 106
-, Leadenporch Ho., 86, 90, 96–7, 102
-, libr., 86–7, 90
-, man., 4, 90–6, 100–2, 111
-, Bicester (or Clifton or Ch. Ch.) man., 94–6, 100–3, 107–9
-, Castle (or Windsor) man., 84, 91–3, 96–8, 100–3, 107–9, 111, 116
-, Duchy man., 84, 86, 88, 93–4, 96, 99–103, 106–9, 111
-, man. hos., 94–5, 98
-, mkt., 1, 45, 81, 84–5, 105, 145, 209
-, mills, 83, 85, 91, 106–7, 119
-, museum, 87
-, newspaper, 106; and see North Oxfordshire Monthly Times
-, nonconf., 19, 86–7, 112–13, 116–18, 120
-, par. council, 90, 110, 120
-, par. officers, 100, 108–10, 113, 117
-, parl. rep., 83–4
-, Pavilion, 90
-, pest ho., 110
-, police, 86
-, poor relief, 109–10, 119
-, pop., 84, 102
-, prehist. rem., 83
-, public halls, 87, 116–17; and see Deddington, town hall
-, rectors of, 100, 110–111; and see Harrowden
-, rectory est., 92, 98, 102–3, 111, 115
-, rectory ho., 111; and see Deddington, Castle Ho.
-, roads, 83, 85
-, roads to, 15, 45, 143–4, 169, 209, 223, 252, 285
-, Rom. Cath., 116
-, Rom. rem., 83
-, sch., 19, 57, 75, 86–7, 103, 110, 112, 114, 117–20, 222
-, streets, 82, 85–8
-, Bull Ring, 85, 87, 105–6
-, Church Street, 87, 106, 111, 117– 19
-, Horse Fair (Huff, Hoof Lane), 85–7, 105
-, Mkt. Place, 85–7, 103, 105–6, 112, 113
-, New Street, 84–6, 100, 102, 105, 110, 117
-, Philcote Street, 84–5, 88, 119
-, Tchure, 87, 117
-, tithes, 45, 98–100, 103, 111–12
-, town hall, 85, 87, 105, 109, 119–20
-, vestry, 85, 109–10
-, vicarage hos., 87, 111–12
-, vicars, 98, 111–13, 117, 120; and see Boniface; Brogden; Greaves; Risley, W. C.; Turner, Jas. (fl. 1864)
-, water supply, 85
-, workhouse, 109–10

Deddington and Steeple Aston AntiMendicity Soc, 26

Deddington and Steeple Aston SelfSupporting Dispensary, 26

Deddington brook, see South brook

Deddington Gas, Light, and Coke Co., 85

Deddington, Heyford, and Aston Permanent Building Soc., 90

Deddington rural deanery, 85

Deeley, B., 11

Deincourt:
-, Alice, m. Sir Wm. Lovell, 147
-, Joan, see Gray
-, Sir John, 147
-, Marg., 147
-, Wm., 147

Delabere, Alice, m. 1 Sir John Beauchamp, 2 John Blount, 97, 115

Deloraine:
-, ctss. of, see Scott, Anne
-, earls of, see Scott, Francis; Scott, Hen.

demesne, ancient or royal, 3, 59, 99, 108, 183, 185–6, 190, 259, 261, 272–6; and see inland

Denbigh, cttss. of, see Feilding

Dene, see Dean

Denton:
-, Sir Alex. and his w. Mary, 47
-, Edm. (fl. 1582), 213
-, Edm. (fl. 1653), 47, 54
-, John, 13
-, Sir Thos., 134
-, Wm., 13
-, fam., 213

Derby, 27

Derbyshire, see Derby; Norbury; Wirksworth

Derick, J. M., 114, 300

deserted medieval villages, see villages

Despenser:
-, Adam, 266
-, Beatrice, w. of Ric., 136
-, Geof., 133
-, Hugh le, 9, 93
-, Thurstan, 266
-, fam., 9, 93, 111

Devereux, Rob., earl of Essex, 89

Devon:
-, ctss. of, see Rivers, Isabel de
-, earl of, see Rivers, Baldwin de

Devonshire, see Plymouth

Dinton (Wilts.), 17

Ditchley:
-, Hen. of, 175
-, Sim. of, 175

Ditchley, see Spelsbury

Dive:
-, Aubrey de, m. Fulk of Sharstead, 49
-, Eliz., w. of Hen. (d. 1362), m. 2 Edw. Twyford, 92
-, Guy de, 47, 91–2, 97, 107, 111, 148
-, Hen. de (d. 1277), 92–3, 107
-, Hen. de (d. 1327), 92
-, Hen. de (d. 1362), 92
-, Joan, w. of John (fl. 1327), m. 2 Wm. Breton, 92
-, John de (d. 1265), 92
-, John de (d. 1310), 90, 92
-, John de (fl. 1327), 92
-, Lucy de, see Chesney
-, Margery de, abbess of Godstow, 241, 243
-, Marg. de, see Bassingbourn
-, Ralph de, 49
-, Thos. de, 92
-, Wm. de, 49, 84, 91–2, 96, 148
-, fam., 47, 49, 54, 90, 92, 101, 148, 157, 241n

d'Ivri:
-, Rog., 46–7, 63, 66, 162, 164, 199, 201
-, fam., 199

Dobler, John, rector of Over Worton, 299

doctors, see physicians

Doddershall (Bucks.), 267

Doddington, John, 281

Dodford (Northants.), 80

d'Oilly, see Doyley

Dolton, Ric., 277

Dormer:
-, Eliz., see Goddard
-, Frances, 64
-, Geof., 64
-, Jas., 38, 161, 163
-, Jasper, 64, 95–6, 268, 295
-, John (d. 1584), 27, 64–5, 78, 95, 162, 166, 168, 295
-, Sir John (d. 1627), 162, 165
-, John (d. 1719), 163–4, 168
-, Justine, w. of Jasper, 60, 64–5, 67, 75, 96, 101
-, Sir Mic., 64–5, 78, 150, 162, 164, 295
-, Sir Ric., 27
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1649), 11, 161–3
-, Rob. (d. 1695), 68, 162–3, 168
-, Rob. (d. 1737), 163–4
-, Tim., 162
-, fam., 65, 71, 73–4, 95–6, 161, 164–6, 168, 266, 268, 270, 296 and see Cottrell-Dormer

Dorn, riv., 59–61, 66, 70–1, 76–7, 120, 169, 171, 201, 223–4, 234–5, 247, 252, 259, 261–4, 269, 271, 277

Dornford (in Wootton), 33, 194, 201–2, 259, 261, 263, 271, 276, 284
-, agric., 274–6
-, as address, 198, 267, 269, 274, 283
-, farms, 263, 269, 275, 277
-, fields, 263, 271
-, inc., 261, 274–5
-, man., 200, 267–9, 274
-, man. ho., 263, 269
-, mill, 263, 277–8, 280
-, pop., 263
-, tithes, 268, 280

Dornford Lane, 60, 194, 261

Dorset, see Tarrant Keynston

Dorton (Bucks.), 162, 165

Dover (Kent), castle-guard at, 63, 147–8, 152, 250

Doville (de Ouville):
-, Alex., 198
-, Emma, see Podio
-, Rob., 197
-, Sim., 198
-, Steph. (fl. 1316), 198
-, Steph. (fl. 1346), 198
-, Wal. (fl. 1273), 198, 202, 204–5
-, Wal. (fl. 1335), 198
-, Wm., 201
-, fam., 201–2

Downe, earls of, see Pope, Thos. (d. 1660); Pope, Wm. (d. 1631)

Doyley (d'Oilly):
-, Chris. (fl. 1660), 107
-, Chris. (fl. 1794), 218
-, Hen., 185, 212
-, Rob. (fl. 1086), 162, 164, 212, 266
-, Rob. (fl. mid 12th cent.), 214
-, Sir Wm., 77
-, fam., 185, 212–13, 274, 280

Drake, Edw., 257

Draper:
-, And., 101
-, Anne (fl. 1650), 286n
-, Anne (fl. 1720), see Daniell
-, Dan., 287, 290–1
-, Eliz., see Osborne
-, Jane, see Appletree
-, John, 97
-, Mary, see Parsons
-, Rog., 97
-, Wm. (d. 1558), curate of Nether Worton, 291
-, Wm. (d. 1651), 287n
-, Wm. (d. 1671), 286–8, 290, 292
-, Wm. (d. 1673), 287
-, Wm. (d. 1746), 92, 287, 290–1
-, Wm., (fl. 1771), 287
-, Wm., (d. 1797, another), 287–8, 290–1
-, fam., 103, 286–7, 292, 298

drapers, 70, 105–6

Drax (Yorks. W.R.), 265

Draycott, Ric. of, 29

Drayton:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Lovett (d. 1492), 148
-, Anne, see Cranford
-, Ric., 148
-, Thos., 147
-, Wm., 147–8

Drayton, 212

dressmaking, 15, 70

Dreux, count of, see Robert

Drinkwater:
-, Wm., 269
-, fam., 269

Droitwich (Worcs.), 183

droving, see roads, drove

Ducklington, 92

Duckworth, Ric., rector of Steeple Aston, 40–3

Duddere, John le, 173

Duncombe, Hen., 13

Dunn (O.E. personal name), 209

Dunna (O.E. personal name), 132

Dunns Fertility Ltd., 128

Duns Tew, see Tew, Duns

Dunthrop:
-, Mic. of, 136, 213–14
-, Nic. of, 136
-, Savary of, 136
-, Wm. of, 136, 138
-, fam., 136, 213

Dunthrop (in Heythrop), 3, 131–43
-, agric., 3, 131, 137–9
-, bdy., 131
-, cts., 136, 139
-, dom. archit., 132
-, farms, 132–3, 138
-, Castle (or Chivel), 132, 138–9, 142
-, Dunthrop fm., 132, 138–9, 141–3
-, Walk, 132, 138–9
-, fields, 136–8
-, inc., 138
-, ind. and trade, 133
-, man., 4, 77, 135–7, 139–40, 213
-, mill, 139
-, poor relief, 139–40
-, pop., 132–3

Dupuis, Thos., 8, 11

Dutch Elm disease, 260

Dutton:
-, Ellis, rector of Rousham, and his w. Damaris, 168
-, Mary, see Keck
-, Ric., rector of Rousham, 167

Dyer:
-, Rob., 297
-, —, see Holloway

Dyneley:
-, Edw., and his w. Sanchia, 29
-, Eliz., m. 1 Geo. Barrett, 2 Sir John Baker, 29
-, Rob., 29
-, Thos., 29

Dynham:
-, Cath., m. Thos. Arundell, 64, 162
-, Eliz., m. 1 Fulk Bourchier, Ld. FitzWarin, 2 Sir John Sapcotes, 3 Sir Thos. Brandon, 27, 64, 95, 162, 295
-, Joan, m. John Zouche, Ld. Zouche, 27, 64, 95, 295
-, Joan, w. of Sir John (d. 1458), see Arches
-, Joan, w. of Sir John (d. 1501), see Grevill
-, Joan, w. of Thos., see Ormonde
-, John (fl. 1369), 295
-, John (d. 1428), 295
-, Sir John (d. 1458), 64, 267, 295
-, Sir John (d. 1501), later Ld. Dynham, 27, 49, 64, 95, 150, 268, 295
-, Marg., m. — Carew, 64
-, Muriel, see Courtenay
-, Thos., 163, 166
-, fam., 28, 49n, 64, 95, 150–1, 162

Dyson, Geo., 146

E

Earle, Nic., rector of Swerford, 255

East Anglia, king of, see Edmund

East India Company, 231

Eatington (Warws.), 258

Eaton:
-, John (fl. 1575), 279
-, John (fl. 1745), rector of Steeple Aston, 41

Eaton, Water, see Kidlington

Eaton, Wood, see Woodeaton

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, see Church Commissioners

Edgar, king, 264

Edge Hill (Warws.), 131

Edith, queen of Edward the Confessor, 265

Edmonds:
-, Ambrose, 267
-, John, 92, 94–5, 116

Edmondson:
-, A. J., Ld. Sandford of Banbury, 172, 178
-, J. C., 172

Edmonton (Mdx.), see Winchmore Hill

Edmund, king of East Anglia, 79

Edmund, earl of Cornwall, 4, 63–4, 162–3, 166, 266

Edmund, John, 214

Edon, Hervey, 267n

Edward I, 279

Edward II, as earl of Chester, 230

Edward III, 93

Edward IV, 186–7

Edward VI, 200

Edward the Confessor, 123, 197

Edward, prince of Wales (Black Prince), 230–1

Edward (fl. 958), 120, 123, 259

Egerton, P. R., 115

Eginton, Giles, 25

Ela, ctss. of Salisbury, 9

Elam, V., 251

Eleanor (of Castile), queen of Edw. I, 265

Eleanor (of Provence), queen of Hen. III, 4

Elizabeth I, 180

Elliot:
-, Ric., 270
-, Thos., 270

Elliots, Wm., 16

Ellis:
-, Hen. Agar-, Vct. Clifden, 65, 69, 74
-, Hen. Welbore, Vct. Clifden, 65

Ely, bp. of, see Niel; Montacute

Emberlin:
-, Sophia, 107
-, Mrs., 107
-, fam., 107

emigration, 23, 37, 46, 61, 84, 110, 145, 184, 195, 211, 249, 264, 279

Enfield (Mdx.), 94

engine drivers (traction), 70

England, kings and queens of, 93, 149; and see Anne; Catherine; Charles I; Edgar; Edith; Edward I; Edward II; Edward III; Edward IV; Edward VI; Edward the Confessor; Eleanor; Elizabeth I; Ethelred II; Henry I; Henry II; Henry III; Henry V; Henry VI; Henry VII; Isabella; James I; James II; Joan; John; Margaret; Richard I; Stephen; William II; William IV

Englefield, Sir Thos., 174

Enslow Bridge, 194–5

Enstone, 73, 80, 135, 140, 142
-, as address, 179, 254
-, Broadstone, 131–2
-, Chalford, 134
-, Cleveley, 258
-, Cuckold's Holt, 209, 223–4, 247
-, Lidstone, 131, 137
-, Radford, 116, 213, 221
-, roads to, 21, 59, 61, 76, 120, 131–3, 159, 169, 224, 247, 255
-, vicars, 141; and see Nash, Sam.

Envermeu:
-, Hugh de, 229
-, Turold de, bp. of Bayeux, 229

epidemics, 121, 159
-, cholera, 110
-, plague, 3, 17, 145, 183, 209, 224, 261, 274, 296
-, Black Death, 60, 67, 76, 171, 209, 217, 234, 297
-, smallpox, 110

Epsom (Surr.), 231

Erasmus, Desiderius, 156

Erdington, Hen. of, 230

Ermine:
-, Hervey, 267
-, fam., 269

Eschorsan (fl. early 12th cent.), 149

Essex, earls of, see Devereux; Mandeville, Geof. de

Essex, see Colchester abbey; Leyton

estovers, 281

Ethelred II, 199

Eton College (Bucks.), 249–50, 254–8

Ettington, Lower (Warws.), 73

Eudes (the steward, the sewer), s. of Hubert de Rys, 26, 62, 65, 148, 286
-, his w., see Rose

Eurwin (fl. 1086), 212, 215–16

Evangelicals, 41, 73, 112–13, 179–80, 295, 299–300

Evans, John, 245

Evenlode, riv., 181

Evesham (Worcs.), 89
-, abbey, 267–8
-, abbot of, 268
-, battle of, 92

Evetts:
-, Edgar, 197, 204
-, Wm. (fl. 1846), 199, 200, 203
-, Wm. (fl. 1927), 198
-, fam., 203

Evreux, count of, see William

Ewelme, 49, 266
-, honor of, 199, 204

Ewyns, Ric., 149

Exchequer:
-, Chancellor of, see Baker, Sir John (d. 1558)
-, Chief Baron of, see Tanfield, Sir Laur.

Exeter College, Oxford, 150, 152–3, 155–6, 249–50, 253–8

Eyerton, see Ayton

Eynsham, 4, 186
-, abbey, 39, 79–80, 91, 107, 148, 150, 155, 186, 205, 268, 280
-, abbot of, 4, 155–6, 195
-, Tilgarsley, 3
-, vicar, see Raynforth, John

Eyres (Eyre):
-, Edm., 63, 72
-, Frances, m. Ric. Hill, 72
-, Ric., 65

F

fairs, 4, 84

Faithorn, Wm., 36

Falconieri, Paolo, 135

Falkland:
-, Vct., 225; and see Cary, Ant.; Cary, Hen.; Cary, Lucius
-, Vctss., see Cary, Lettice; Cary, Rachel; Tanfield, Eliz.

Fardon:
-, John, 87, 116
-, Thos., 116
-, fam., 87, 106, 116

Farmers' Defence Association, 264

Faulkner:
-, C. D., 85, 87
-, Ric., 149, 153–4
-, Rob., 153
-, fam., 149, 153

Fawler, see Charlbury

Featherstone, Hen., 269

Feilding, Kathleen, ctss. of Denbigh, 88

Felton, Wm., vicar of N. Aston, 17

Feriby:
-, John, 134
-, Margery, w. of John, m. 2 Sir John Bourchier, 134

Fermor:
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., 31
-, Hen., 174
-, Henrietta, 10, 19
-, Jas., 10
-, Jerome, 31
-, Sir Ric., 31, 173
-, Wm., 31, 243

Field, Sam., 98

Fiennes, Ric., Ld. Saye and Sele, 94

Fifield, 112

Finmere, 48, 123

fires and fire fighting, 6, 26, 46, 62, 85, 87–8, 98, 156

fish dealer, 204

fishponds and fisheries, 7, 12, 30, 38, 48, 61, 83n, 91, 120, 128, 137, 165, 171, 179, 213, 263, 280, 286, 294

Fitchett, John, 15

FitzAlan:
-, Eleanor, see Beaumont
-, Ric., earl of Arundel, 198
-, Wm., 48
-, fam., 48

FitzGerald:
-, Hen., 26–7, 148
-, Marg., m. 1 Baldwin de Rivers (d. 1216), 2 Fawkes de Breauté, 26–7, 94, 148, 268
-, Maud, see Chesney
-, Warin (d. c. 1159), 26, 148
-, Warin (d. 1218), 26, 91–2, 94, 148, 268
-, fam., 148

FitzHerbert:
-, Anne, see Wenman
-, Basil, 16
-, John, 149
-, Thos., 149, 151–2, 158

FitzOsbern:
-, Rog., earl of Hereford, 268
-, Wm., earl of Hereford, 200, 268
-, fam., 148

Fitzroy, Horatio, 300

FitzWarin, Ld., see Bourchier, Fulk

FitzWilliam:
-, Anne, see Sapcotes
-, Sir Wm., 64

flax, 67, 69, 151, 153, 175

Fleetwood, Col. Chas., 186

Fleming:
-, Baldwin le, see Vere
-, Maj. P., 72

Fletcher:
-, Thos. (d. 1641), 246
-, Thos. (fl. 1681), 74
-, Wm., 192
-, fam., 74

Flowers of Epigrams, 8

Foliot:
-, John, 64, 162
-, Ric., 64, 162, 166
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1210), 64, 162, 166–7
-, Rob. (fl. 1216), rector of Rousham, 167
-, Rog., 162
-, Sybil, w. of Rob., 163
-, Wm., 64, 67, 162–6, 266–7
-, fam., 163–4, 266

Fontibus:
-, Alelun de, 162
-, Laurette de, 162
-, Wal. de, 162

Ford:
-, Edw., 63, 65
-, John, 63, 65, 68
-, Ric. (d. 1638), 68, 77–8, 81
-, Ric. (fl. 1662), 68, 70, 78
-, fam., 76

Fordiane, Hugh de, vicar of Wootton, 281n

forges, 25, 61, 106, 262

Fortnam, Thos., 276

Forz:
-, Isabel de, see Rivers
-, Wm. de, count of Aumale, 148

Foster, Rob., rector of Over Worton, vicar of Sandford St. Martin, 179, 299

Foster-Melliar:
-, Wm., 7–8, 10–12, 14, 17–19
-, fam., 18

Foukerel, Rog. s. of, see Barford, Rog. of

Fowler:
-, Hen., 154
-, Rob., 189

Fox:
-, Alice, w. of John (d. 1549), m. 2 Ant. Ashfield, 47
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Stafford, 47
-, Joan, m. ?Geo. Skinner, 47
-, Joan, w. of John (d. 1522), 43
-, Joan, w. of Ric. (fl. 1535), 51
-, Joan, w. of Wm. (d. 1502), 56
-, John (d. 1522), 34–5, 42–3, 281
-, John (d. 1549), 47, 49, 52–4
-, John (fl. 1635), 33
-, John (fl. 1711), 34
-, Mary, m. Thos. Ashfield, 47
-, Ric. (d. 1512), 165
-, Ric. (d. 1521), 47, 51
-, Ric. (fl. 1541), 217
-, Ric. (fl. later 18th cent.), 34
-, Rob., 28
-, Thos. (fl. early 17th cent.), 33
-, Thos. (fl. 1662, two of this name), 28, 33–4
-, Thos. (fl. later 18th cent.), 34
-, Ursula, m. Francis Ardern, 47
-, Wm. (d. 1502), 47, 56, 101
-, Wm. (d. 1549), 47
-, fam., 8, 14, 28, 33–4, 43, 149

fox-hunting, 8–9, 41, 133, 139, 220, 293, 299; and see Heythrop hunt

France, 220; and see Aunay-sur-Odon; Auxerre; Bayeux; Calais; Coutances; Hondschoote; Normandy; Noyon; St. Sever; St. Suzanne
-, French Revolution, 23

franchises, 4; and see ale; bread; bull; estovers; fairs; frankpledge; free warren; gallows; haybote; housebote; infangthief; markets; outfangthief; vee de naam; vert; waifs; writs

Franklin:
-, Alan, and his w. —, 236
-, H. R., 87, 98, 106, 119
-, John (fl. 1275), 277
-, John (fl. earlier 14th cent.), 175
-, Rob., 106, 114–16
-, W., 106
-, Wm. (fl. 1259), 277
-, Wm. (fl. 1696), and his w. Ann, 243
-, fam., 87, 237

Franklin and Hopcraft, Messrs., 83

frankpledge, view of, 4–5, 38, 54, 95, 108, 128, 139, 154, 166, 190, 204, 216, 219, 240, 273, 278, 290–1, 298

free warren, 62, 92, 95, 133, 162, 268

Freeman:
-, Geo., rector of Steeple Aston, 41
-, Thos. Edw., 231, 242, 246

French:
-, Alice, w. of Thos., 146
-, Jesse, 19
-, Joan, 158
-, John, 154
-, Rob. (d. 1640), 153
-, Rob. (d. 1688), 148
-, Thos. (fl. 1679), 146, 148
-, Thos. (fl. 1694, ?another), 154
-, Wm. (fl. 1659), 153
-, Wm. (d. 1710), 148
-, fam., 98, 116, 153, 158, 218, 271

French Revolution, see France

Freston:
-, Ric., 62, 174
-, Susan, see Blundell

Frettevil, Maud de, 96

Frickley (Yorks. W.R.), 9

friendly and benefit societies, 26, 62, 185, 279

Friends (Quakers), 43, 56, 73–4, 80, 116, 146, 158, 168, 180, 192–3, 208, 221, 245, 257, 292, 300; and see Banbury Monthly Meeting

Fritt, Isaac, 40

Fritwell, 16–17, 268

Fulham, Edw., 282

fulling, see textile ind.

Fulljames:
-, Thos., 227
-, Thos., architect, s. of above, 227

Fulljames and Waller, 227, 228n, 233

Fulshurst, Geo., 164

furniture warehouse, 106

G

Gabet (Gabett), Edw., vicar of Great Tew, rector of Glympton, 129, 243

Gadio (fl. 1086), 95

gallows, 4, 108, 240

Gambon:
-, Sim., 15
-, fam., 15

Gannock, Wm., 291

gardeners, 24, 139, 161, 166, 168, 177, 204
-, landscape, see Archer, Thos.; Bridgeman; Kent, Wm.; Loudon; Wise, Hen.

Gardner (Gardiner):
-, Brewer, 255
-, Sir Jas. Whalley Smythe, 199–200
-, John, 177
-, John Brocas Whalley Smythe, 199
-, Sir John Whalley Smythe, 199–200, 207
-, Jos., 115
-, Martha, w. of Sir John, 199, 207
-, Phil., rector of Tackley, 206
-, Sam., rector of Tackley, 206
-, Thos., 188
-, fam., 195

Garner, Thos., 98

Garratt:
-, Chas., vicar of Little Tew, 249–50, 257–8
-, fam., 257

Gates, Bernard, 8, 11, 13–14, 19

Gaveston, Piers, earl of Cornwall, 89

Gaynsford:
-, Austin, 199
-, Geo., 199
-, Isabel, see Croxford

geld, 102, 234

General Post Office, 108

Geoffrey, bp. of Coutances, 123, 265, 286, 288

Geoffrey, chaplain of Wootton, 281

Geoffrey, Alan s. of, see Alan

Geoffrey son of William, 31

Georges, Rob., 206

Germanus, saint, bp. of Auxerre, 159, 166

Gibbs:
-, Isaac, 298
-, Thos., 46

Giffard:
-, Alice, m. John Anne (fl. 1485), 16, 18
-, Geo., 150
-, Isabel, w. of Osbert, see Buckland
-, Isabel, w. of Rog., m. 2 John Stokes, 149
-, John (fl. c. 1270), 149
-, John (others of this name, fl. 1279 x 1369), 93, 149–50, 152, 199
-, Lucy, see Morteyn
-, Mary, 150
-, Osbert (d. 1237), 93, 288
-, Osbert (fl. 1247 x 1304), 49, 51, 92–4, 288–9
-, Osbert (d. 1290), and his w. Sarah, 93
-, Rog., 149
-, Thos. (d. 1394), 149
-, Thos. (d. 1469), 149
-, Thos. (fl. 1487), 149
-, Thos. (d. 1551), 149
-, Ursula, m. Thos. Wenman, 149
-, Wal., 96
-, fam., 10, 18, 146, 150n, 151–2, 157, 288

Gigger (Gigour, le Gygur):
-, John, 266
-, Wm., 270
-, fam., 266–7, 274

Gilbert (fl. 1086), 29, 32

Gilbert:
-, Alan, 33
-, John, 97
-, Thos., vicar of Deddington, 111

Giles:
-, Alice, m. John Croker, 174
-, Edw., vicar of N. Aston, 17
-, John, 175
-, Ric., 175
-, Thos. (fl. 1524), 175
-, Thos. (d. 1637), 174, 176, 180–1

glass, painted or stained, 18, 42, 114– 15, 141–2, 157, 192, 245, 283, 300

glazier, see building trades

Gloucester:
-, dukes of, see Humphrey 'of Lancaster'; Thomas 'of Woodstock'
-, dchss. of, see Bohun, Eleanor de
-, earl of, see Clare
-, honor of, 288

Gloucestershire, see Bledington; Campden, Chipping; Cheltenham; Cirencester; Oddington; Ruardean; Toddington; Winterbourne

gloving, see leather ind.

Glyme, riv., 120–1, 125, 132, 169, 201, 259, 261, 263–4, 271, 277

Glympton:
-, Aegelric of, 121, 123
-, Ralph of, 97
-, Rog. of, 97

Glympton, 120–31, 128, 188, 274
-, adv., 128–9
-, agric., 125–8
-, almshouses, 122–3, 131
-, as address, 34, 220, 267, 277
-, assarts in, 186
-, Blauden, 120, 122, 126
-, Boriens (Berrings), 120–2, 124–7
-, bdy., 120–1, 123, 259
-, bridges, 121
-, chars., 131
-, ch., 122–3, 128–30, 266, 280
-, cts., 5, 121, 125–6, 128
-, curates, 129–30
-, dom. archit., 122, 124, 129
-, farms, 121, 127–8
-, fields, 121, 125–6, 128
-, glebe, 121, 125–7, 129
-, Glympton Estate, 121, 125, 128, 269
-, Glympton Pk., 120–2, 124, 130–1
-, inc., 121, 127–9
-, inns, 121–3
-, man., 4, 121–9, 213, 265
-, man. ho., 121–3, 127, 129; and see Glympton, Glympton Pk.
-, mills, 128
-, nonconf., 130
-, par. meeting, 128
-, par. officers, 128, 131
-, poor relief, 128
-, pop., 3, 121–2
-, prehist. rem., 121
-, rectors, 127–31; and see Woodward, Wm.; Owsley; Gabet
-, rectory ho., 120, 122, 129
-, roads, 120–1, 128
-, roads to, 59, 223, 260–1
-, Rom. Cath., 130
-, Rom. rem., 121
-, sch., 123, 130–1
-, Slape, 3, 120–2, 124–8, 259–60, 269, 271, 274–5
-, tithes, 129
-, vestry, 128
-, village hall, 123
-, wake, 128
-, woodland, 120–1, 124–7

Goadby (Leics.), 40n

Goddard:
-, Eliz., m. John Dormer (d. 1581), 168
-, Sarah, 140
-, Wm., 162
-, —, 143

Godfrey (fl. 1086), 199

Godson:
-, Steph., 255
-, fam., 250

Godstow, 4
-, abbey, 231, 241–3, 270, 291
-, abbess of, 4; and see Dive, Margery de

Goffe, John, 240

Goisbert (fl. 1086), 31–2

Goldsmith (or of Oxford):
-, Elena, w. of Nic., 95
-, John, 216
-, Nic., 95, 216

Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambridge, master of, see Guest, Edwin

Good, Alan Paul, 121–4, 130–1

Goodman, fam., 15

Goodson, —, 235

Goodwin:
-, John, 221
-, Tim., rector of Heythrop, archd. of Oxford, bp. of Kilmore, 140–1

Goodyer:
-, Edm. (d. by 1634), 134, 136, 138, 298–9
-, Edm. (fl. 1634), 134, 268–9
-, Edm. (fl. 1695), 134, 137–8
-, Edm. Meese, 134, 269
-, Eliz., see Meese
-, Thos., 134
-, fam., 136, 138

Gorden, Wm., vicar of Duns Tew, 73, 220–1

Gosford, see Kidlington

Gosse, Wm., 219

Gould, Hen., 75

Grant, Ric., rector of Rousham, 167

Gray (Grey):
-, Anketil de (fl. 1086), 9, 148, 200, 268
-, Anketil (fl. 12th cent.), 268
-, Eve de, m. 1 Ralph Murdac, 2 And. de Beauchamp, 93, 200, 268
-, Joan de, m. Sir John Deincourt, 147
-, John de (d. by 1195), 268
-, John de (fl. 1302), 147
-, Mabel de, 268
-, Ric. de, 200, 205, 268, 280
-, Rob. de, 63, 147
-, Wal. de (d. 1255), abp. of York, 93
-, Wal. de (fl. 1245, another), 147
-, fam., 4, 147–8, 268

Gray's Inn, see London

graziers, 15, 34, 50, 101

Great Western Rly., 84, 195

Greaves, Ric., vicar of Deddington, 112–14, 118

Green:
-, Hen. at, see Henry at Green
-, Wm., 154

Greenoe, Ric., 94

Greenwood:
-, Dan. (d. 1673), principal of Brasenose Coll., 40, 43
-, Dan. (d. 1679), rector of Steeple Aston, 27, 40, 43
-, Dan. (d. c. 1723), 27
-, Eliz., m. John Chambers, 27
-, Geo., 27
-, Mary, m. Job Charlton, 27
-, Rosamund, 27
-, Thos. (d. 1577), 27
-, Thos. (fl. 1577), 27
-, Thos. (d. by 1634), 27
-, Thos. (fl. 1634), 27
-, fam., 27, 43

Gregory:
-, Anne, 132
-, Eliz., m. J. C. C. B. P. Hawkins, 270
-, F. H., 139
-, Francis (d. 1639), 13, 136, 265, 268, 275
-, Francis (d. 1721), 265
-, Francis (d. 1841), 265
-, John (d. 1547), 200, 202, 265, 270, 275
-, John (d. 1613), 96, 101, 265–6, 268, 270–1, 275–7
-, John (d. 1755), 265–6, 285
-, Revd. John (d. 1806), 265, 270
-, Maud, see Hetis
-, Thos. (d. 1571), 265, 275
-, Thos. (d. 1660), 265, 268
-, Thos. (d. 1717), 265, 275, 276n
-, Revd. Thos. (d. 1780), 265, 270, 276
-, Thos. (d. 1798), 265
-, fam., 125, 203, 265–6, 270, 275, 277, 283, 285

Gregson, Ric., rector of Westcott Barton, 80

Grenville:
-, Edw., 28
-, Eustace de, 147
-, Joan, see Arsic

Greswold:
-, Hen., 289
-, Marg., see Hall
-, Thos., 289

Grevill (Greville):
-, Edw., 212
-, Joan, m. Sir John, later Ld. Dynham (d. 1501), 95
-, Lewis, 95, 212
-, Marg., see Arden
-, Ric., 95
-, Wm., 95
-, fam., 212

Grey, see Gray

Griffin:
-, John, 103
-, Jos., 189
-, Thos., 189

Grim's Ditch (Dyke), 121, 183, 261

grocers, 15, 53, 87, 106, 153, 218, 240

Grosseteste, Rob., bp. of Lincoln, 205

Grove Ash (Grove, Welcombe Grove), in Sandford St. Martin, 169, 171–4, 179
-, agric., 174–5
-, as address, 288
-, dom. archit., 171
-, fields, 175
-, inc., 169, 174, 176
-, man., 172–4
-, nonconf., 180
-, pop., 171
-, roads, 144, 169
-, tithes, 65, 174, 178
-, woodland, 174, 176

Grovelands (in Southgate, Mdx.), 10

Groves, W. L., rector of Glympton, 130

Guest:
-, Anne, w. of Edwin, 173
-, Edwin, master of Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambridge, 173, 180
-, Ivor, Vct. Wimborne, 94, 103, 214

Gulliver, Fred., 97

Gunn, Thos., 153

Gurdon, Thos., 201

Guy, Guy fitz, see Wigginton, Guy of

H

Hacker, Edw. Marshall, see Marshall Hacker

Hakewill, Jas., vicar of N. Aston, 17

Hale (Hayly), Wm., 115

Hall:
-, A. W., 61, 75
-, Alex. Cross, 48
-, Alex. Nelson, 64
-, Alex. Wm., 64, 69, 72
-, Anne, see Cranford
-, Anne, w. of Chas., 57
-, Cath. Louisa, w. of Hen., 75
-, Charlotte, m. — Bullock, 48
-, Chas., 48, 57
-, Edm., 230
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., 48
-, Hen., 63–6, 73, 75, 203
-, Herbert Lee, 75
-, Joan, w. of Thos., m. 2 Hen. Higford, 288–9
-, John (fl. 1392), 29
-, John (fl. 1852), 48
-, Marg., m. — Greswold, 289
-, Nic. of the, see Nicholas
-, Ric. (fl. 1465), 147–8, 152
-, Ric. (d. 1508, ?another), 230
-, Ric. (fl. 1845), 154
-, Ric. (fl. 1851, ?another), 53
-, Rob. of the, see Robert
-, Sam., 157
-, Thos. (fl. mid 15th cent.), 147
-, Thos. (fl. 1533), 288–9
-, Thos. (fl. 1806), 48, 51–2
-, Wm. (fl. 1638), 279–80
-, Wm. (fl. 1822), 64
-, (formerly Bullock), Wm. Hen., 48
-, fam., 48, 72, 147, 152–3, 157, 203

Hall's brewery, see Oxford

Halnaby (in Croft, Yorks. N.R.), 134

Halwell, John, see Hanwell

Hambley, Wm., 118

Hamilton, Lady Susan, m. Ant. Keck (d. 1767), 231

Hampden:
-, Alex., 47, 52
-, Eliz., 47, 51
-, John, 162

Hampshire, see Popham; Winchester

Hampstead Norris (Berks.), see Langley

Hampton Gay, 107

Hanborough, Denise of, 270

Hanborough, 4, 183, 187, 276

Handel, Geo. Fred., 8

Hanwell:
-, Agnes, w. of John (d. 1398), m. 2 John Basing, 124, 127
-, Geo., 68
-, (or Halwell), John (fl. 1373), and his w. Emma, 124
-, John (d. 1398, ?another), 124, 127
-, John (fl. 1524), 68
-, Philippe, m. Thos. Scarlett, 124, 127
-, Rob., 68
-, Thos. (fl. later 16th cent.), 68
-, Thos. (d. 1715), 127
-, fam., 68

Hanwell, rector of, see Harris, Rob.

Harborne:
-, Cath. m. Edw. Walker, 198, 205
-, John (d. 1610), 200
-, John (d. 1651), 197–8, 200, 203–4, 207
-, John (d. 1671), 198–200, 204
-, fam., 199, 204

Harcourt:
-, Lucy de, see Chesney
-, Ric. (fl. 1390), and his w. Marg., 162, 268
-, Ric. (fl. 1469), 198
-, Rob. de, 91

Hardman, J., 245

Hareng:
-, Alice, see Murdac
-, Ralph, 91, 93, 111, 268

Harington, H. D., vicar of S. Newington, 157

Harker, Ambrose, 166

Harper:
-, Chas. Parrott, 270
-, Parrott, 270
-, Ric., 221

Harris:
-, Caroline, see Marriott
-, Chas., 22, 24, 28
-, Edm., 92
-, J.S. 46
-, John (d. 1670), 52
-, John (d. 1676), 276n, 283
-, John (fl. 1820), 117
-, Jos., 180
-, Rob. (fl. 1562), 200
-, Rob. (fl. 1630), rector of Hanwell, 112
-, Thos. (fl. 1571), 124
-, Thos. (fl. early 19th cent.), 92
-, —, 48
-, fam., 71, 117, 138
-, and see Aris

Harrop, Thos., rector of Great Haseley, 200, 270

Harrowden, Rob. of, rector of Deddington, 93, 111

Hart:
-, A. J. S., vicar of Barford St. Michael, 56
-, Wal., 53

Hartwell, Thos., 297

Harvey:
-, Dan. (d. 1663), 136
-, Sir Dan. (fl. 1663), 136
-, Edw., 136

Harwood, Thos., 139

Haseley, Great, rector of, see Harrop

Hasfield, Wal. of, rector of Great Tew, 243

Hastings, John, Ld. Leybourne and earl of Pembroke, 27

hat manufacture, 106

Hatclyffe:
-, Gillian, see Bray
-, John, 288
-, Thos., 288
-, Wm., 288

Hatton, fam., 218

Haverill, Rog. de, 185

Hawarden, John, rector of Tackley and of Steeple Aston, and principal of Brasenose College, Oxf., 40, 206

Hawkins:
-, Eliz., see Gregory
-, J. C. C. B. P., 270
-, John, 29
-, Mat., 29
-, R. B. B., 270
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1687), 29, 32, 63
-, Ric. (fl. 1687), 29
-, fam., 204

Hawtin:
-, Eliz., 157
-, Thos. (fl. 17th cent.), 51
-, Thos. (d. 1767), 157

Hawtrey:
-, Eliz., see Paynel
-, John, 163–4
-, Ralph, 163
-, Ric., 77
-, Thos., 77
-, fam., 164

haybote, 126, 134, 274

Hayes:
-, Annie, 288
-, Eliz., see Cupper
-, Frances, 245
-, John (fl. 1612), 77, 79
-, Sir John (fl. 1854), 288
-, John (d. 1884), 288

Hayly, see Hale

Headington, 94

headsilver, 89

Hearne, Thos., 185

Hedges:
-, Wm. Killingworth, 285
-, fam., 285

Heffernan, Patrick, 142

hemp, 127, 151, 153, 165

hemp dresser, see textile ind.

Hempton (in Deddington), 49, 53, 56, 81, 83, 88–9, 95–6
-, agric., 99–105
-, as address, 116
-, bdy., 45
-, chap., 88, 113, 115, 119, 300
-, curates, 115–16
-, dom. archit., 88
-, farms, 88, 102–3
-, fields, 45, 49–50, 83, 99–100, 102
-, Ilbury lands, 95, 99
-, inc., 53, 96, 99, 102–3, 104
-, inns, 88
-, man., 96, 101
-, mill, 96, 107
-, nonconf., 88, 116–17
-, par. officers, 108–10
-, poor relief, 103, 109
-, pop., 88, 102
-, roads to, 83, 85, 89, 105, 107, 119
-, sch., 115, 119
-, tithes, 100
-, woodland, 96, 101

Hendon (Mdx.), 11, 15

Henry I, 123, 149, 229, 259, 268

Henry II, 26, 48, 91, 121, 148–9, 162, 185, 229–30, 295
-, as duke of Anjou, 91

Henry III, 214

Henry V, 93

Henry VI, 112

Henry VII, 29

Henry, duke of Lancaster, 199

Henry at Green, 68

Henry, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Henry VIII's College, Oxford, 65

Hensington, see Bladon

Hereford:
-, earldom of, 77
-, earls of, see Bohun, Humph.; Clare, Gilb. de; FitzOsbern

Herefordshire, see Clifford; Wigmore

Hereward, vicar of Steeple Barton, 72

heriot, 152, 273, 276

Hertfordshire, see St. Alban's; Tiscot

Hesding, Ernulf de, 48, 266

Hethe, 117, 123

Hetis:
-, John, 265
-, Maud, m. John Gregory, 265
-, fam., 270

Heydon:
-, Jerome, 78
-, Thomasina, 78

Heyford, Lower, 22, 60, 76, 159, 166
-, Caulcott, 68

Heyford, Upper (or Heyford Warren), 15, 22–3, 32, 41, 48, 166, 171, 200

Heyford and Aston Friendly Society, 26

Heyford Bridge, 159, 161, 166

Heythrop, 3, 129, 131–43, 257
-, adv., 140
-, agric., 131, 137–9
-, as address, 249, 251, 268
-, bdy., 131, 247
-, bridges, 131–2, 135
-, chaplain, 140
-, ch., 48, 132, 140–2
-, cts., 139
-, curates, 140–1, 143
-, dom. archit., 132
-, Dunthrop, q.v.
-, farms, 132–3, 138–9
-, Park farm, 132, 139
-, fields, 133, 137
-, glebe, 140
-, Heythrop estate, 132–4, 137–9, 252
-, Heythrop Ho., 1, 49, 132–5, 139–40, 142–3, 292
-, ind. and trade, 133
-, man., 133–7, 139–41
-, man. ho., 132, 134–5, 137, 142; and see Heythrop Ho.
-, mills, 133, 139
-, nonconf., 142–3
-, par. officers, 140–1, 143
-, pk., 1, 131–3, 135, 138–9, 247
-, poor relief, 139–40
-, pop., 132–3, 139
-, rectors, 137, 139–42
-, rectory ho., 132, 135, 140–1
-, roads, 131–2
-, roads to, 247
-, Rom. Cath., 132, 134, 140–3, 245
-, sch., 132–3, 141, 143
-, tithes, 137, 140
-, water supply, 133

Heythrop hunt, 133, 139

Heywood, Mary, see Wilmot

Hichens:
-, A., 11, 14
-, W. L., 10, 14
-, fam., 10, 14

Hicks:
-, Isaac, 34
-, John, 33–4
-, Tim., 33–4

hidage, 5, 202

Hide, John of the, see John

Hidrecote, 195n

Higford:
-, Hen., 289
-, Joan, see Hall

Higgins:
-, John (d. 1641), 97, 115
-, John (fl. 1672), 300
-, Thos., 97
-, fam., 115

Highfield, Edm., rector of Steeple Aston, 40

Hikeman:
-, John, 95
-, Rob., 49
-, Wm., 49

Hill:
-, Frances, see Eyres
-, John, 208
-, Ric., 72
-, Trevor, Vct. Hillsborough, 10
-, fam., 11, 15

Hillesden (Bucks.), 47

Hillsborough, Vct., see Hill, Trevor

Hillsborough, Vctss., see Rowe, Mary

Hilton:
-, Isabel, m. Wm. Birmingham, 287
-, John, 251, 287
-, Wm., and his w. Cath., 287

Hinde, Susannah, 69, 276

Hinton:
-, Hugh of, 212
-, John of (fl. 1307), 212, 216
-, John of (fl. 1323, ?another), 212
-, Maud of, see Tew
-, Wm. of, 212
-, fam., 218

Hiorn:
-, Alice, 240
-, Edm., 246
-, John (fl. 1622), 235
-, John (d. 1662), 240
-, John (fl. 1680), 225
-, fam., 239

Hirons, J. S., 85, 106

Hitchcock, fam., 115

Hix, Tim., 127

Hodges:
-, Wm., 187
-, fam., 187–8

Hoffman, John, rector of Wootton, 276, 282

Hogan:
-, Edm., 62
-, Eliz., see Blundell
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Waller, 62, 65, 172, 174, 178
-, Gresham, 62, 65, 72, 172, 174
-, Thos., 62, 65
-, fam., 65, 174

Holbech:
-, Ambrose, 166
-, Martin, 148

Holdenby (Northants.), 98

Hollier, fam., 298

Hollins:
-, John, 94
-, fam., 94

Hollis:
-, John, 70
-, Jos., 69
-, Thos., 70, 177

Holloway:
-, Ant., 50
-, Benj. (fl. 1761), 159, 161, 164–5
-, Benj. (fl. 1829), 165
-, Chris., 264, 284
-, Felix, 297
-, John (fl. 17th cent.), 52
-, John (fl. c. 1723), 188
-, Wm. (fl. 1773), 300
-, Wm. (fl. early 19th cent.), 142
-, —, m. Rob. Dyer, 297
-, fam., 297

Holt, Wm., 29

Holt (Norf.), 115

Holton, 198

Holyman, fam., 164

Home Secretary, see Sturges-Bourne

Hondschoote (Nord, France), 229n

Hony, W. E., vicar of S. Newington, 157

Hook Norton, 131–2, 142, 158–9, 246–7

Hookins, Phil., vicar of Barford St. Michael, 55, 57

hop dealer, 106

Hopcraft:
-, Jas., 83, 115–16
-, fam., 106
-, and see Franklin and Hopcraft

Hopcroft's Holt, see Aston, Steeple

Hopkins, Geo., 28

hops, 138–9

Hordley (in Wootton), 187, 195, 204, 259, 261, 263, 265, 271–2, 276
-, agric., 273–6
-, as address, 96, 136, 264, 268, 270, 276, 283, 285
-, chap., 263, 279–80
-, constable, 278
-, ct., 265, 278
-, fields, 263, 271, 274
-, Hordley Fm., 263, 266, 275, 277
-, inc., 261
-, man., 265, 275
-, man. ho., see Hordley, Hordley Fm.
-, mill, 263, 275, 277, 280
-, pop., 263
-, roads to, 121, 260–1
-, Rom. rem., 263
-, tithes, 280
-, woodland, 263

Hornby, Nat., 49

Horne:
-, John, 275
-, Ric., 275
-, Rog., 276, 283
-, Thos., 277
-, fam., 275–6

Hornsey (Mdx.), see Muswell Hill

Hornton, stone, 114

Horwood:
-, Jane, 198
-, Thos., (d. by 1694), 198
-, Thos. (fl. 1694), 198

Hosier, John, 29, 63

Hospitallers, 78

Hough, John, vicar of N. Aston, later bp. of Worcester, 17

housebote, 126, 134, 274

Howard:
-, Cath., w. of Sir Rob., m. 2 Dr. John Martin, 10, 18–19
-, Sir Rob., 10

Howes, Thos., 184

Hrothwulf (O.E. personal name,) 159

Huchons:
-, John (fl. 1414), 124
-, John (fl. 1443), 124
-, Ric., 124
-, Thos., 124

Hudson, Wm., 87, 96, 115

Hugh (or Hogolin, fl. 1066), 197

Hugh (fl. 1086), 30

Hughes:
-, Edw., 204
-, John, 112, 114

Hugolin, see Hugh

Hulse, Thos., rector of Tackley, 205

Humphrey (fl. 1086, ?two of this name), 27, 250, 253

Humphrey 'of Lancaster', duke of Gloucester, 185–6, 265

Humphrey:
-, Laur., 73
-, fam., 74

Hundescote, Wm. de, 229

Hungerford:
-, Marg., see Botreaux
-, Sir Rob., 298
-, fam., 298

Hunsingore, Ric. of, rector of S. Newington, 30, 156

Hunt:
-, Cary, 92
-, Jas., 92
-, Jane, see Cary
-, Wm., 92

Hutchins:
-, Edm., 28, 162
-, and see Huchons

Hutt, E. H., 251

Hutton:
-, Mic., 107
-, fam., 116

Huxley:
-, Eliz., m. — Cresset, 269
-, Jas., 268–60, 275, 276n
-, Jane, m. Nic. Pelham, 269

Hyde:
-, Edw., earl of Clarendon, 229
-, Lawr., earl of Rochester, 135n

I

Idbury, 251

Ilbod (fl. 1086), 48

Ilbury (in Deddington), 3, 49–50, 67, 81, 83, 89, 97–8, 103, 113
-, agric, 275; and see Hempton, Ilbury lands
-, bdy., 83
-, bridge, 83, 89
-, camp, 45, 83, 89, 209, 285
-, fields, 89, 99
-, Ilbury Fm., 86, 89, 99, 103
-, inc., 89, 98–9
-, man., 95–6, 101
-, mill, 89, 107–8
-, pop., 84, 89
-, prehist. rem., 83; and see Ilbury, camp
-, roads to, 83, 97, 209
-, Rom. rem., 209
-, St. John's close, 89, 97–8

Ilger (fl. 1086), 265

Ilsley, West (Berks.), 92

Independents (Protestant Nonconformists), 56, 117, 284, 300

India, see Calcutta; Madras

industries, trades, and professions, see agricultural engineering; apothecary; architects; artists; auctioneer; axletree manufacture; bakers; bellfounders; booksellers; brewing; brick; building trades; butchers; carriers; china and glass dealer; clock and watch making; clothing manufacture; corn dealers; drapers; dressmaking; engine drivers; fish dealer; furniture warehouse; graziers; grocers; hat manufacture; hop dealer; innkeepers; ironmongers; ironstone mining; jewellery manufacture; joinery manufacture; land drainer; lawyers; leather ind.; lime manufacture; locksmiths; machinists; malting; mealman; mercers; merchants; milliner; musical instrument making; nurseries; pewterer; pharmacists; physicians; post offices; pottery making; printing; pump manufacture; quarries; sawyers; sieve maker; silk manufacturer; slate ind.; smiths; tailors; tallow chandler; textile ind.; tile making; timber merchants; wheelwrights; wool

infangthief, 4

Ingram, Ric., 11, 270

Inkpen, Hen., 29

inland, 99, 101, 234

innkeepers (publicans), 15, 25, 106, 123, 189–90, 240, 286

Ireland, 105, 282; and see Kilmore

Iron Down, 45, 49, 143, 145

ironmongers, 106

ironstone mining, 143

Isaac at mill, 166

Isabel ('de Bohun'), dau. of Thos. 'of Woodstock', 93

Isabella (of France), queen of Edw. II, 265

Islip, 194

Italy, 135; and see Mont Cenis

Ivaus:
-, Agnes, w. of Ralph, 147
-, Helewise, see Paris
-, Ralph (d. by 1235), 147
-, Ralph (d. 1272), 145, 147
-, fam., 148, 151

Iveto, Thos., 33

Ivri, see d'Ivri

J

Jackson, Anne, 71

Jamaica (W. Indies), 10

James I, 93, 123, 172

James II, 40, 74, 206

James:
-, Dorothy, see Waller
-, Frances, 63
-, Hogan, 63, 65–6, 69, 72
-, John, 62–3, 65, 72
-, fam., 125, 172, 191

Jason:
-, Anne, see Raves
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1675), 29, 33, 217
-, Sir Rob. (fl. 1678), 29
-, Rob. (fl. 1735), 217

Jeffcoat, fam., 180

Jeffcock, W., 251

Jeffery:
-, Thos., 254
-, fam., 254

Jelybrand, Geo., rector of Glympton, 129

Jenkinson, Wm., 281

Jenners, Wm., 47–8

Jervis:
-, Thos., 52
-, fam., 52

Jesuits, 133–5, 142

Jesus College, Oxford, 17

jewellery manufacture, 116

Joan (of Navarre), queen of Hen. IV, 185, 265

John, king, 91–4, 123, 295

John, rector of Over Worton, 299

John son of David, 214, 216

John at the Lake, 237

John of the Hide, 150

John supra montem, 270

John the miller, 202

John the scrivener, 269

John, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Johnson, Wm., 119

joiners, see building trades

joinery manufacture, 218

Jones:
-, Emily, 115
-, Mary Vane, 115
-, Thos. (fl. 1638), rector of Wootton, 281–2
-, Thos. (fl. 1759), vicar of Great Tew, 243

Jorrocks's Jaunts, 9

Joust, Wal., vicar of Steeple Barton, 72

Joyner:
-, John (fl. 1525), 217
-, John (d. 1681), 52

judges, see lawyers

Jugelet:
-, Rog., 236
-, fam., 237

K

Keck:
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1695), 174, 231
-, (formerly Tracy), Ant. (d. 1767), 231, 237–8, 241–2, 252
-, Francis, 229, 231, 233, 237, 245
-, John (d. 1729), 231
-, (formerly Tracy), John (fl. 1729), 231
-, (formerly Tracy), John (d. 1774), 231
-, Mary, m. — Dutton, 231
-, Mary, w. of Sir Ant., 251
-, Mary, w. of Thos., see Tracy
-, Susan, see Hamilton
-, (formerly Tracy), Thos., 231, 238
-, fam., 240, 242–3, 245, 251

Keene:
-, Jas., 115
-, Ric., 168

Kempe, C. E., 42, 114

Kempster, Edw., 118

Kendall:
-, Alice, w. of Wm., 8
-, Hen., 254
-, Tim., 8
-, Wm., 11, 13, 21
-, fam., 11

Kenilworth (Warws.), priory, 123, 128–9, 266–7

Kenilworth, Dictum de, 92

Kening, Rob. Lamley, 23

Kent:
-, Alnod of, see Alnod
-, Wm., 24, 38, 161

Kent, 27, 287; and see Dover; Rochester

Kew (Surr.), palace, 23

Keyleway, Rob., and his w. Cecily, 279

Keynes:
-, Alice, see Maminot
-, Lettice, w. of Wm., m. 2 Hugh Paynel, 77
-, Ralph de (fl. early 12th cent.), 77
-, Ralph de (fl. 1166), 136
-, Rob. de, 77, 136
-, Wm. de, 77
-, fam., 214n

Kiddington, 1, 74, 116, 122, 125, 131, 133, 186, 221, 282
-, Asterleigh, 140
-, Kiddington, Nether, 1, 3–4
-, Kiddington, Over, 126
-, road to, 59, 61, 75–6

Kidlington:
-, John of, 277
-, Ralph of, 277

Kidlington, 4, 15, 18
-, Eaton, Water, 3
-, Gosford, 78
-, Thrupp, 204

Kilby, fam., 88

Killingworth:
-, Silence, w. of Wm., 262
-, Wm., 262
-, fam., 285

Kilmore (Ireland), bp. of, see Goodwin, Tim.

Kilvert:
-, Eliz., see Rowland
-, Francis, 264

Kimber:
-, Jabez, 255
-, fam., 239, 249

Kinch, Jos., 37

King:
-, Sir Chas., 251
-, Ferdinando, 28, 34
-, Humph., 158
-, John (fl. 1624), 154
-, John (d. 1694), 154
-, Ric. (fl. c. 1678), 158
-, Ric. (fl. 1727), 146
-, Sam., 34
-, Sophia, w. of Sir Chas., 251
-, Wm., 34
-, fam., 28, 34, 146, 154, 158, 219

Kingham, 229

Kington:
-, Rob. of (fl. earlier 13th cent.), 53
-, Rob. of (fl. 1258, another), rector of Rousham, 167

Kinlet (Salop.), 97, 115

Kirke, fam., 191

Kirtlington, 94, 200, 204, 220, 286–7 Northbrook, 173, 194–5, 198, 213

Kirwood, Wm. and his w. Eliz., 146

Knockin (Salop.), 230

Kute, Ric., see Barton, Ric.

Kynaston, Mrs. R., 181

L

lacemaking, see textile ind.

Lacy:
-, Alice, m. 1 Thos., earl of Lancaster, 2 Sir Ebles Lestrange, 9, 250
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, 9
-, Ilbert de, 250, 253
-, Marg. de, see Longespée

Lake, John at the, see John

Lamb, fam., 270

Lamley:
-, Hen., 34
-, Judith, 23, 36
-, fam., 23, 34

Lampet, Lionel, vicar of Barford St. Michael, 55, 57, 220

Lancaster:
-, duchy of, 27, 29, 77, 93, 106, 108
-, duke of, see Henry
-, earl of, see Thomas

land drainer, 177

Lane:
-, John, 94, 112, 157
-, Josiah and his w. Judith, 94
-, fam., 94n, 103, 115

Langetot:
-, Alice, m. Rog. de Chesney, 96
-, Ralph de, 96

Langley (in Hampstead Norris, Berks.), 134

Langston:
-, Cath., m. Thos. Pigott, 124, 267
-, John (fl. 1412), 124, 267
-, John (d. 1506), 124, 213, 267
-, John (d. 1558), 213
-, Ric., 213
-, Thos., 124, 155, 267
-, fam., 127

Lanherne (Cornwall), 295

Lardner:
-, Thos., 106
-, fam., 187

Laughton:
-, Rob., 187
-, fam., 185

Lawes, Col. W. H., 148

lawyers, 48, 87, 115, 283, 300
-, judges, 97; and see Brooke, Sir Rob.; Page, Sir Francis; Scroggs; Shareshull, Wm. (d. 1370)
-, solicitors, 85
-, and see London, Gray's Inn

Lea, see Lee

Leader, Chas., rector of Rousham, 167–8

leather ind., 70, 177, 277
-, cobblers, 142
-, collar maker, 106
-, cordwainers, 37, 218
-, gloving, 1, 15, 70, 106, 128, 166, 177, 183, 189–90, 192, 193, 204, 218–19, 261–2, 277–9
-, saddlers, 240
-, shoemakers, 15, 37, 53, 70, 153, 190, 204, 218, 240, 256
-, tanners, 190

Lechmere, Wm., 24

Ledwell:
-, Joan of, 175
-, Nic. of, 175
-, Wm. of, 175

Ledwell (in Sandford St. Martin), 169, 171, 178
-, agric., 174–7
-, chap., 72, 172, 178–9
-, chaplain, 178
-, dom. archit., 172
-, fair, 172
-, farms, 176
-, fields, 174–5
-, inc., 176
-, ind. and trade, 177
-, inn, 172
-, Ledwell Pk., 1, 169, 172–3, 176
-, man., 172–3
-, mills, 177
-, nonconf., 180
-, pop., 171
-, roads, 169, 223
-, road to, 285
-, sch., 181
-, tithes, 178

Lee (Lea):
-, Sir Francis Hen., 280
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1611), 186–8, 259, 265, 275, 279, 282
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1631), 280
-, Hen. (fl. 1763), rector of Rousham, warden of Winchester Coll., 167
-, Joan, 64, 162, 268
-, John, rector of Wootton, 282
-, L. C., rector of Wootton, 278, 281–2, 284
-, Thos., 218
-, W. B., rector of Wootton, 261, 281–3
-, Wm., 214

'leets', 163–4

Leicester, earl of, see Beaumont, Rob. de

Leicester, breed of sheep, 139

Leicestershire, 14; and see Goadby

Leigh, Sam., 141

Leigh, North, 4, 134, 138, 183, 186, 190, 198

Leland, John, 90

Leofwine (fl. 1066), 77, 136, 251

Leonard:
-, Chas., 117
-, John, 56, 117

Lestrange:
-, Alice, see Lacy
-, Sir Ebles, 9, 250
-, Rog., 230, 250
-, fam., 230

Lettice, w. of Robert, m. 2 Ric. of Draycott, 29

Levellers, 90

Levet (fl. 1066), 286

Lewes (Suss.), battle of, 93

Lewknor:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John, 134
-, Sir John (d. c. 1356), 134
-, Sir John (d. c. 1380), 134, 251
-, Rob. (d. 1332), 133–4
-, Rob. (fl. 1403), 134
-, Thos., 134
-, fam., 134, 141

Lewknor, see Postcombe

Leybourne:
-, Gillian of, 27
-, John of, 27
-, Phil. of, 27
-, Rog. of (d. c. 1242), 27
-, Rog. of (d. 1271), 27
-, Wm. of, 27
-, fam., 250

Leybourne, Ld., see Hastings

leys, 1, 12, 31, 49–50, 66, 99–100, 125, 151, 163–4, 175–6, 201, 216–18, 235, 238, 252, 255, 280, 296

Leyton, Low (Essex), 92

libraries, 40, 191, 220, 282; and see Deddington

Lichfield, bp. of, see Longespée, Rog.

Lidstone, see Enstone

Light, Wal., 268

lime manufacture, 15, 70, 240

Lincoln, earls of, see Lacy, Hen.; Pole, John de la

Lincoln, bps. of, 71–2, 111, 155, 190, 205, 279; and see Grosseteste; Smith, Wm.; Sutton, Oliver

Lincoln College, Oxford, rector of, see Tristropp

Linley, Wm. of, rector of Steeple Aston, 40

Linton, Hen., vicar of N. Aston, 17–18

Lisieux (Calvados, France), bp. of, see Maminot, Gilb.

Lisle:
-, Rob. de (fl. mid 13th cent.), 48, 50
-, Rob. de (fl. 1368), 27, 48, 148
-, fam., 27, 48, 268

Lithgow, D. P., 154

Lloyd:
-, Francis Sackville, see Lloyd Wheate
-, Mary, see Wheate

Lloyd Wheate:
-, Eliz., w. of Francis Sackville, m. 2 Wm. Way, 124
-, (earlier Lloyd), Francis Sackville, 124, 130

Lock (Locke):
-, Humph., 176
-, John (d. 1612), 176
-, John (fl. 1617), 176
-, John (fl. 1656), 176
-, John (d. 1711), 181
-, John (fl. 1723), 176
-, Mary, m. Wm. Mister, 63, 72
-, Ric., 176
-, fam., 172, 176

locksmiths, 106

Lockyer:
-, Edm. Leopold, rector of Westcott Barton, 80
-, fam., 81

Lodewode, John, and his w. Eleanor, 231

Loggin:
-, Chas., 251
-, John (fl. 1620), 251, 254
-, John (d. 1681), 251, 254
-, Rob. (d. 1595), 251, 255
-, Rob. (fl. 1659), 254
-, Thos., 251, 254
-, Wm. (d. 1635), 258
-, Wm. (d. 1686), 251
-, fam., 254

London, Rog. of, 270

London, 8, 105, 129, 187–8
-, aldermen, 29, 64
-, as address, 13, 28, 62–3, 78, 118, 146, 150, 153, 162, 198, 200, 230, 288, 292, 296
-, bp. of, see Basset, Fulk
-, Chapel Royal, 8, 13
-, Fleet Street, 243
-, Gray's Inn, 16, 297
-, mkt., 138, 165, 202
-, Smithfield, 139, 165
-, Mendicity Soc., 90
-, roads to, 120, 194–5, 223, 260, 262
-, Victoria and Albert Museum, 43
-, Westminster, 72
-, Abbey, 8
-, St. Stephen's chap., 39, 136
-, and see Parliament

Longespée:
-, Ela, m. 1 Thos., earl of Warwick, 2 Phil. Basset, 287
-, Marg., m. Hen. de Lacy, 9
-, (or Meuland), Rog., bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 162–6, 198
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury, 9

Longford:
-, Agnes of, 29
-, Alice of, m. Robert, 29
-, Eve of, m. 1 Rob. of Brimpton, m. 2 Adam of Whitfield, 29
-, Hamon of, 29

Longford, earl of, see Pakenham

Lord:
-, Wm. (fl. 1544), 254
-, Wm. (fl. 1662), 254
-, Wm., s. of above, 254
-, Wm. (fl. 1755), 255
-, fam., 254–5, 257

Lord's Day Observance Society, 299

Lore, see van Lore

lot meadows, see meadows

Louch, fam., 250

Loudon, J. C., 223, 227–8, 229n, 233, 238–40

Lovayne:
-, Marg. w. of Nic., see St. John
-, Marg., m. — Chamberlain, 2 Phil. Seyntclere, 62
-, Nic., 62

Love, Edw., 199

Loveday, D. G., 97

Lovedren (Lovedream):
-, Edw., 53
-, John (fl. 1548), 53
-, John (d. 1677), 53
-, Jos., 53
-, Ric. (fl. 1548), 53
-, Ric. (fl. 1808), 53
-, fam., 53

Lovell:
-, Alice, see Deincourt
-, Francis, Ld. Lovell, 147
-, John, Ld. Lovell, 147
-, Jos., 56
-, Thos., 56
-, Sir Wm., 147

Lovesey:
-, Jas. (d. 1773), 13–14, 153
-, Jas. (fl. 1795), 146, 153
-, fam., 153

Lovett:
-, Anne, see Drayton
-, Jane, m. — Shirley, 148
-, Thos. (d. 1492), 148
-, Thos. (d. 1523), 148
-, Thos. (d. 1587), 148
-, Wm., vicar of S. Newington, 156
-, fam., 148

lucerne, 128

Lucy:
-, Fulk de, 136
-, Wm. de, 136

Ludwell:
-, John of (fl. 1257), 266–7
-, John of (d. 1275, ? another), 266–7, 270, 273, 277
-, John of (fl. 1279), 30, 266–7, 272–4
-, Maud of, w. of John (d. 1275), 267

Ludwell (in Wootton), 128, 131, 171n, 259, 261, 270, 272n, 276
-, agric., 274–5, 276
-, as address, 274
-, bdy., 262–3, 271
-, chap., 262–3, 279–80
-, ct., 166
-, fields, 262, 271, 274
-, inc., 262, 274
-, Ludwell Fm., 262–3, 266–7, 270, 274–7, 283
-, man., 4, 64, 124, 265–7, 280
-, pop., 262
-, road to, 121, 261
-, tithes, 266, 280

Luing, Wm., 61

Luyton, Wm. of, 133 his w., see Beatrice

Lydeard:
-, Ant., 123, 126–7
-, Clemence, w. of John, 123
-, Edm., 123, 127
-, John, 123–4, 127
-, Thos., 123, 126–7
-, Wm., 123
-, fam., 62, 128

Lyne, fam., 107

Lyons:
-, Emma of, see Tew
-, Sir John (fl. 1348), 212
-, John, s. of above, 212
-, Ric. of, 212, 267
-, Rog. of, 212
-, Thos. of (fl. 1321), 212, 216
-, Thos. of (fl. 1340, another), 212

Lytler, Rob., vicar of N. Aston, 19

M

MacClary, John, 24, 161

McFarlane, fam., 257

machinists, 70, 177

Mackay, Geo., 231

Madeley (Salop.), 9, 16

Madras (India), 231

Maen (fl. 1259), 133
-, his dau., see Beatrice

Magdalen College, Oxford, 17, 65, 78, 88–9, 97–8, 122, 125, 127, 145–6, 149–50, 151n, 152–4, 156, 200–1, 203, 269, 271, 276, 282

Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 149

magistrates, 83, 155, 191

Maidwell:
-, Agnes of, see Chesney
-, Alan of, 47
-, Alice of, m. Ric. of Seaton, 47, 148
-, Hen. of, 148–50
-, Sim. of (fl. 1213), 47, 148
-, Sim. of (fl. later 13th cent.), 47

Malesmains:
-, Eleanor, see Vitré
-, Gilb., 265

Malet:
-, Alice, see Basset
-, Wm., 94

Malings, J. E., 117

malting, 1, 15, 24, 35, 37, 84, 106, 123, 218, 253

Maminot:
-, Alice, m. Ralph de Keynes, 77
-, Gilb., bp. of Lisieux, 67, 77, 136–7, 213, 216, 251

Mandeville:
-, Ernulf de, 229
-, Geof. de, earl of Essex, 229
-, fam., 229

mangolds, 70, 188

Manners, G. P., 78

Manning, John, 95

March:
-, ctss. of, see Stafford, Anne
-, earls of, 9; and see Mortimer

Mare:
-, Gunnore de la, m. Geof. s. of Wm., 31
-, Hen. de la, 31
-, Hugh de la, 96
-, Ric. de la, 31
-, fam., 29

Margaret (of Anjou), queen of Hen. VI, 112

markets, see Deddington; Norton, Chipping; London

Marlborough, dukes of, 3, 5, 38, 69, 154, 188–9, 190–1, 269, 271–2, 275, 277–8; and see Churchill, John; Spencer; Spencer-Churchill

Marlborough estate, see Woodstock, Blenheim estate
-, steward, 128

Maroke, Thos., 68

Marriott:
-, Caroline, m. Thos. Harris, 92
-, Eliz., m. Abraham Caldecott, 92
-, F. R., rector of Wootton, 281–2, 284
-, G. L., vicar of S. Newington, 157
-, Rob., 92, 103

Marshall:
-, Eliz. Eleanor de Peyster, 78
-, Edw. (d. 1841), see Marshall Hacker
-, Edw. (d. 1899), vicar of Sandford St. Martin, 172, 180–1
-, Edw. Hen., 172
-, Edw. Ralph, 172
-, F. E., 78
-, J. G., 78
-, J. S. C., 78
-, Jenner, 69, 78
-, Nic., 179
-, Ralph (fl. 1662), 254
-, Ralph (d. 1733), 255
-, fam., 81, 178, 249, 254

Marshall Hacker:
-, (formerly Marshall), Edw., vicar of Sandford St. Martin, 172, 179– 80, 221
-, Mrs., 181

Martin (Marten):
-, Anne, m. Ralph Milbank, 134
-, Cath., see Howard
-, Edm., 28
-, Francis, 49
-, John (d. 1599), 28, 162
-, John (fl. 1624), 77
-, John (d. 1640, ? another), 28
-, John (d. 1706), 28
-, Dr. John (fl. 1719), rector of Somerton, 10
-, John (fl. 1735), 164
-, Marg., see Standard
-, Mary, m. Jacob Watson, 28
-, Thos. (fl. 1598), 297
-, Thos. (fl. 1685), 199
-, Thos. (fl. 1721), 164
-, Thos. (d. 1753, another), 199
-, Wm. (fl. 1279), 124, 126
-, Wm. (fl. 1553), 30
-, fam., 24, 34, 43, 134, 162, 165, 168

Martivaus:
-, Maud de, 48
-, Nic. de, 48

Mason, fam., 106

masons, see building trades

Matthew:
-, Frances, m. Thos. Appletree, 92
-, Hen., ?vicar of King's Sutton, 112

Matthews, fam., 218

Mauduit:
-, Beatrice, see Murdac
-, John, 268
-, Rob. (fl. 1216), 91–3, 268
-, Rob. (fl. 1279), 200, 268

Maunsel, Thos., 198

Mavor, John, 17

Maxstoke (Warws.), 95

Maybank, Edw., 243

Maye, Rob., 127

Mayers, Wal., 299

Mayster, Nic. le, 175

meadows:
-, common and lot, 9, 11–12, 30, 32, 50, 66, 99, 125, 151, 163, 174, 201, 215, 218, 234, 252, 271–2, 289, 296; and see Aston, North, Bestmoor; Aston, Steeple, Wootton Yards
-, water meadows (artificial), 99, 164, 275

Meads, Hen., 178–81

mealman, 153

Medyn, Wm., 179

Meese:
-, Edm., 134, 297, 299–300
-, Eliz., m. Edm. Goodyer, 134, 297
-, John, 295, 297
-, Rob. (fl. 1524), 68
-, Rob. (fl. 1554), 165
-, Rob. (fl. mid 16th cent., ?another), 297
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1640), 295–7, 300
-, Wm., 164
-, Ric., 165
-, —, w. of John, see Cox
-, fam., 297, 299

Mendicity Society, see London

Meppershall:
-, Gilb. of, 295
-, Rob. of, 295
-, fam., 295

Mercer, fam., 218

mercers, 106, 213, 240

merchants, 102, 105–6, 237; and see Staple

merchet, 152, 236, 273

Mercia, king of, see Offa

Merewellake, 209

Merino, breed of sheep, 139

Merry:
-, Gabriel, 251
-, Geo., 298
-, John (fl. 1687), 251
-, (or Myrry), John (d. c. 1754), 200
-, Wm., 97
-, fam., 107

Merton College, Oxford, 299

Merton (Surr.), priory, 11, 214, 219

Metamorphoses, 283

Metcalfe:
-, Francis, 47
-, Joan, see Seaton

Methodists, 19, 24, 43, 56, 61, 74–5, 87, 89, 116–18, 158, 168, 179, 184, 193, 206, 208, 221, 262, 264, 284
-, Primitive Methodists, 75, 117, 146, 158, 180, 184, 193, 221, 246, 258, 284
-, Wesleyan Reform Union, 19, 43, 117, 284

Meuland, Rog., see Longespée

Middlesex, 188; and see Enfield; Grovelands; Hendon; Muswell Hill; Uxbridge; Winchmore Hill

Middleton Stoney, rector of, see Norwood, Nic.

Milbank:
-, Anne, see Martin
-, Mark, 134
-, Ralph, 134, 137

Milcombe, Wm. of, 289

Milcombe, see Bloxham

Mildmay, Wal., 198, 207

Mile, Ric., 164

Miles:
-, Chris., 202
-, Ric., 202

mill:
-, Isaac at, see Isaac
-, Peter of the, see Peter
-, Rog. at, see Roger
-, Sim. of the, see Simon
-, Thos. of the, see Thomas

miller:
-, John the, see John
-, Ric. the, see Richard
-, Wm. the, see William

Miller, John, 218

milliner, 37

mills, see under names of particular places
-, bolting mill, 277–8
-, bone mill, 240
-, horse mill, 107
-, fulling mills, 53–4, 106–7, 154, 177, 204, 277
-, millers, 15, 37, 154, 190, 216, 218–19
-, paper mill, 107
-, pug mill, 240
-, sawmills, 133, 240
-, steam mills, 71, 240
-, threshing mills, 240
-, windmills, 38, 85, 107, 119, 139, 154, 177, 219, 256

Milton, see Adderbury

Milton, Great, see Ascot

Mister:
-, Mary, see Locke
-, Wm., 63, 72

Mitchell:
-, Lancelot, rector of Rousham, 167
-, Thos., 24

Mixbury, 63

Mobbs:
-, Edw., 15
-, Isaac, 7
-, fam., 15

Moels:
-, Isabel de, m. Wm. de Botreaux, 298
-, John de (d. 1310), 295
-, John de (d. 1337), 295, 298
-, Muriel de, m. Sir Thos. Courtenay, 295
-, Nic. de (d. c. 1264), 4, 295
-, Nic. de (d. 1316), 295
-, Rog. de, 295, 298

Mohun:
-, Alice de, see Brewer
-, John de (d. 1279), 123
-, John de (d. 1330), 123
-, John de (d. 1375), 123
-, Reynold de, 123
-, Wm. de, 123–4, 128
-, fam., 123

Molines, John de and his w. Gillian, 268

Monmouth, duke of, see Scott, Jas.

Monmouthshire, see Pontypool

Mont Cenis (Italy), 279–81

Montacute, Sim., bp. of Ely, 230

Montagu:
-, Wm. de (fl. c. 1242) and his w. Bertha, 147
-, Wm. de (d. 1344), earl of Salisbury, 9
-, Wm. de (d. 1397), earl of Salisbury, 27, 148, 268
-, fam., 148

Montalt:
-, Rob., 197
-, Rog., 197

montem, John supra, see John

Moor, Adam of the, see Adam

Moore, fam., 13

Morgan, Wm., vicar of Steeple Barton, 72

Morley-Fletcher, R., 251

Morrice, W., rector of Tackley, 208

Mortain, fees of, 28, 199

Morteyn, Lucy, m. John Giffard (d. 1369), 157

Mortimer:
-, Anne, ctss. of March, see Stafford
-, Edm., earl of March, 28
-, Rog., earl of March, 9, 230
-, fam., 28

Morton:
-, Eliz. w. of John (d. 1780), 199
-, John (fl. 1659), 199–200
-, John (d. 1703, another), 199
-, John (fl. 1735), 199
-, John (d. 1780, another), 194, 199, 203, 205, 207
-, John Whicker, 199–200
-, Ric. (fl. c. 1233), 64
-, Ric. of (fl. 1279), 64, 67, 164
-, Rog. of, 64
-, fam., 195

Mosley, John, 297

Mowbray:
-, A. M., 157
-, Rob. de, earl of Northumberland, 123

Murdac:
-, Alice, m. 1 Alan of Buckland, 2 Ralph Hareng, 91, 93, 111, 268
-, Beatrice, m. Rob. Mauduit, 93, 268
-, Beatrice, w. of Ralph, see Chesney
-, Eve, see Gray
-, Ralph (fl. later 12th cent.), 91, 107, 111
-, Ralph (d. c. 1198, another), 91–3, 107, 268
-, Wm. (fl. 1279), 268

Musard:
-, Hasculf, 133
-, Nic., 133
-, Ralph, 133
-, Rob., 133
-, fam., 133

Musgrave:
-, Hugh de, 199
-, Maud de, w. of Hugh, 199

musical instrument making, 212

Musket, Gerald, 236

Muswell Hill (in Hornsey, Mdx.), 10

Mynatt:
-, Sibyl, w. of Thos., 94
-, Thos., 94, 96
-, Wm., 94

Myne, Gilb. le, 202

Myrry, see Merry

N

Napper (Napier):
-, Edm., 267, 283
-, Frances, m. — Wintour, 267
-, Geo. and his w. Marg., 267
-, Marg. m. — Neville, 267
-, Wm., 267
-, fam., 274

Nash:
-, Thos., 251, 287
-, Sam., vicar of Great Tew and of Enstone, 242–3, 246, 256

National Agricultural Labourers' Union, 264

National Westminster Bank, 134–5

Navarre, Joan of, see Joan

Nelson, Geo., 56

Nethercote (in Steeple Aston), 11, 21, 25
-, agric., 32
-, fields, 25, 31
-, Grange Farm, 21–2, 25, 31, 33–6, 209, 218
-, man., 22, 30–1, 33
-, pop., 22, 25
-, tithes, 16, 39

Nethercott (in Tackley), 3, 194–5, 196, 197, 200
-, agric., 200–3
-, dom. archit., 197
-, fields, 200–1, 203
-, inc., 197, 203
-, ind., 204
-, inn, 197
-, mill, 204
-, roads to, 194
-, Rom. rem., 195

Neville:
-, Geo., abp. of York, 186, 265
-, Jas., 238
-, Jolland de, 268
-, Marg., see Napper
-, Maud de, w. of Jolland, see Beauchamp
-, Maud, w. of Rob., see Podio
-, Rob., 197
-, fam., 238–9

New College, Oxford, 48, 96, 146, 153, 280–3
-, wardens of, 284; and see Pinck

New Leicester, breed of sheep, 165

New Zealand, 264

Newbury (Berks.), battle of, 231

Newell, Joan, see Croke

Newington, Hen. of, 150

Newington, North, see Broughton

Newington, South (Newington Cranford, Newington Jewell, Paris Newton), 143–59, 144, 242, 292
-, adv., 155
-, agric., 150–4
-, as address, 288
-, bdy., 143
-, bridges, 144–5
-, char., 159
-, ch., 48, 55, 146, 148, 152, 155–8
-, ch. ho., 155, 158
-, cts., 5, 149, 154
-, curates, 156–7, 179
-, dom. archit., 146, 149
-, fair, 147
-, farms, 144, 146, 150, 152–4
-, fields, 1, 144, 144, 150–2
-, glebe, 146, 150–2, 155
-, inc., 144, 146, 149, 151, 153, 155–6, 159
-, inns, 146
-, Pole Axe, 146–7
-, man., 4, 53, 147–52, 154, 158, 200, 268
-, man. hos., 145–6, 148–9, 154
-, mills, 145, 148, 151, 153–4
-, nonconf., 75n, 146, 158, 180, 245
-, par. council, 146, 157
-, par. officers, 147, 154, 156
-, poor relief, 154–5
-, pop., 145
-, rectors, 151, 155–6; and see Hunsingore
-, rectory est., 150–1, 155–6
-, rectory ho., 150, 155
-, roads, 143–5, 223
-, Rom. Cath., 148, 156, 158
-, Rom. rem., 145
-, sch., 146, 158–9
-, streets, 145–6
-, tithes, 150, 152, 155–6, 158
-, vestry, 155
-, vicarage ho., 146, 155–7
-, vicars, 146, 155–8; and see Bond
-, village hall, 146–7, 158
-, wake, 147
-, Wamborough, 145n
-, water supply, 145
-, workho., 155, 158

Newman, Revd. J. H., 299–300

Newton, Paris, see Newington, South

Nicholas of the Hall, 287, 289

Nicholls:
-, John, 52
-, fam., 43

Niel, bp. of Ely, 48

Niel, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Niel, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Noel, John, rector of Steeple Aston and vicar of Duns Tew, 41

Nolan:
-, Sophia Louisa, 208
-, Thos., rector of Tackley, 206

Norbury (Derb.), 16

Norfolk, earl of, see Thomas

Norfolk, see Holt; Saham Toney; Thetford

Normandy, 14, 229

Normanton, earl of, see Agar

North Aston apple, 14

North Oxfordshire Monthly Times, 85

Northampton, Emma of, m. 1 Rob. of St. Paul, ?2 John de Breauté, 149

Northampton, earl of, see Bohun, Wm. de

Northamptonshire, see Ashby; Aynho; Brackley; Chacombe; Collyweston; Dodford; Holdenby; Sewardsley; Strixton; Sutton, King's; Syresham; Warkworth

Northbrook, see Kirtlington

Northgate hund., see Oxford

Northleigh, see Leigh, North

Northmoor, 270

Northumberland, earl of, see Mowbray, Rob. de

Norton:
-, John, 287
-, Ric., 289
-, Rob., 158

Norton, Brize, 27

Norton, Chipping, 45, 60, 105, 141–2, 221, 247, 257
-, as address, 28, 141, 171, 176
-, mkt., 139
-, Norton, Over, 131
-, roads to, 45, 83, 88, 131–2, 143–4, 169, 183, 209, 223–4, 247, 252, 255, 257, 259–60, 262, 272, 285
-, sch., 81, 141, 143, 181, 246

Norton, Chipping, poor law union, 140, 241, 256

Norton, Chipping, rural deanery, 140

Norton Chipping, rural district, 71, 79, 128, 140, 166, 178, 190, 205, 241, 256, 279, 291, 298

Norton, Cold, priory, 30, 33, 35, 39–40, 131, 136, 138–40, 251–2

Norton, Hook, see Hook Norton

Norton, Over, see Norton, Chipping

Norwood:
-, John, 78, 81, 119
-, Nic., rector of Rousham and of Middleton Stoney, 167
-, Rog., 167
-, Thos. (d. by 1586), 78, 163–4
-, Thos., s. of above, 163
-, fam., 164

Nottinghamshire, see Staunton

Nourse:
-, Francis., 188
-, John, 193

Nowell:
-, Clemence, m. Rog. Prudy, 269
-, John, 269
-, Rob., 269
-, Thos., 269
-, fam., 269, 274

Nowers:
-, Anne, m. Ant. Aylworth, 198, 202
-, Edm., 164n, 198, 200, 202–4, 206, 208
-, Geo., 198
-, John (fl. later 14th cent.), 198
-, John (d. 1490), 198
-, Sibyl, w. of John, 198

Noye, Wm., Attorney-General, 108

Noyon, priory (Oise, France), 135–6

Nucella, Thos., rector of Glympton, 129–30

nurseries, 70, 218

Nutley (Bucks.), abbey, 31, 34

Nutt:
-, Barbara, 115
-, Job, 115

O

Oddington (Glos.), 138

Odo, bp. of Bayeux, 26, 30, 62–3, 90–1, 108, 147–8, 172, 199, 201, 214, 229, 235, 250, 266, 268, 286

Offa, king of Mercia, 133, 267

Olaf, Ralph, 48

Oldfield, Chas., 10

Oliver, David, 193

Olney (Bucks.), 229n, 230n

Ordnance, Board of, 115

Ordway, Phil., 117

Orell, Oliver, vicar of S. Newington, 156

Oriel College, Oxford, 243

Ormonde:
-, Anne, 163
-, Eliz., m. — Babington, 163
-, Joan, see Chaworth
-, Joan, m. Thos. Dynham, 163
-, John, 163

Ormonde, duke of, see Butler, Jas.

Orson, Wm., 238

Osbaston, Geo., 142

Osborne:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Draper, 286n
-, Francis, 186, 292
-, Mic., 193
-, fam., 185

Oseney, see Oxford

Osmund (fl. 1086), 266

outfangthief, 4

Ouville, see Doville

Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso), 283

Owen:
-, Sir Geo., 30
-, John, 52
-, Ric., 53
-, Thos. (d. 1617), 53
-, Thos. (fl. 1641), 52
-, Thos. (fl. 1792), 53
-, Thos. (fl. 1804, another), 50, 53
-, fam., 52–3, 290

Owsley, Wm., rector of Glympton, 127, 129

Oxford, 1, 91, 93, 115, 123, 129, 133, 156, 179, 188, 190, 195, 262
-, as address, 27, 37, 43, 94–5, 101, 130, 157, 161, 167, 190, 192, 201, 206, 220, 255, 278
-, carriers to, 22, 60, 76, 85, 121, 171, 183, 195, 247
-, castle, 134; and see Oxford, St. George's
-, cath., 65, 72, 150, 174, 250
-, citizens, 67, 164, 216
-, gaol, 17
-, governor, 286
-, Hall's brewery, 37, 75
-, Holywell, 267, 283
-, 'liberty of', 1
-, M.P., 269
-, nonconf., 284
-, Northgate hund., 3
-, Old Bank, 191
-, Oseney abbey, 54, 64–5, 67–73, 166–7, 173, 175–8, 205, 214–15, 247, 249–50, 253–4, 256, 280
-, abbot of, 4, 67–8, 164, 280; and see Wm. Barton
-, canon of, 72
-, Oseney, North, 4
-, pop., 84
-, rly. to, 6, 22, 159, 195
-, roads to, 6, 15, 21, 23, 59, 83, 89, 99, 107, 120, 159, 169, 194, 209, 259, 261
-, St. Aldate's par., 49
-, St. Frideswide's, 65, 199
-, St. George's in the Castle, 54, 167, 173, 205, 266, 280
-, St. John's hospital, 65, 89, 97, 122, 125–6, 145–6, 149, 150–2, 154, 157, 200, 269, 289

Oxford, diocese, 114, 150
-, archdeacon, see Goodwin, Tim.
-, bps., 18, 41, 54–5, 72, 80, 112–13, 116, 140–1, 179, 191, 256, 281, 291; and see Wilberforce, Sam.

Oxford Canal, 1, 6, 15, 21–2, 84, 195

Oxford Downs, breed of sheep, 139

Oxford movement, 180; and see Puseyites

Oxford university, 17, 72, 80, 129, 140, 156, 205, 282
-, colleges, 158, 243, 299; and see Balliol; Brasenose; Christ Church; Corpus Christi; Exeter; Henry VIII's; Jesus; Lincoln; Magdalen; Magdalen Hall; Merton; New; Oriel; Pembroke; Queen's; St. John's; Trinity
-, Divinity School, 113
-, M.P., 29
-, parliamentary visitors, 40, 286
-, professor, 129

Oxfordshire, 27, 31, 55, 63, 84, 91, 114, 151, 275–6
-, county bridges, 76, 83, 121, 195
-, county council, 83, 108
-, county rates, 109
-, M.P.s, 134, 286
-, North Wootton division, 85
-, parl. elections, 87, 231
-, quarter sessions, 78
-, sheriffs, 4, 23, 30, 38, 91, 96, 134, 147, 235, 265, 273–4, 286
-, shire ct., 50
-, uprising (1549), 55, 112

Oxfordshire, West, see West Oxfordshire

P

Page:
-, Frances, w. of Sir Francis, 29, 42–3
-, Sir Francis, justice of King's Bench, 14, 29–30, 33, 42–3, 63, 66, 72–3
-, (formerly Bourne), Francis, 27–9, 34–6, 38–9, 63, 66
-, Nic., vicar of Bloxham, 156
-, Ric. (d. 1375), 173, 287
-, Ric. (d. 1386), 287
-, Wm., 287
-, fam., 42, 154

Paine:
-, John, 23
-, Ric., 217
-, Rob., 217, 289

Painter:
-, Hen., 176
-, John (d. 1855), 63, 69, 72, 288
-, John (fl. 1861), 72
-, Jos., 63

painter, see building trades

Pakenham, Thos., earl of Longford, 10, 14

Palmer, Wm., rector of Rousham, 167

pannage, 152, 187, 236, 273

paper making, 107, 116

Paraphrases, 156

Paris:
-, Helewise of, m. Ralph Ivaus, 147
-, Nicia of, see Clinton
-, Wm. of (fl. 1206), 145, 147, 150
-, Wm. of (fl. c. 1252), 147

Parish, fam., 88

Park:
-, Isabel, 96
-, Wm., 96

Parker:
-, Mat., abp. of Canterbury, 73
-, Miles, 65
-, Obadiah, 117
-, Sam., vicar of Barford St. Michael, 55

parks, 1, 7, 46, 61, 98, 120–2, 127, 161, 173, 195, 197, 223, 233–4, 259, 269, 296; and see Woodstock, Woodstock Pk.

Parliament, 140
-, Cttee. for Compounding, 136
-, Cttee. of Plundered Ministers, 291
-, Commons, House of, 29
-, M.P.s, see Oxford; Oxford univ.; Oxfordshire
-, parliamentarians (Civil War), 17, 40, 98, 116, 123, 162, 197, 282, 286; and see Oxford univ., parl. visitors

Parrott:
-, Chas., rector of Saham Toney, 262, 270, 276, 284
-, Mary, w. of Chas., 270
-, fam., 271
-, and see Perrot

Parsons:
-, Arthur, 199
-, Eliz., see Standard
-, Jas., 78
-, John (fl. c. 1250), 288
-, John (fl. 1351), 288
-, John (fl. early 17th cent.), 171
-, John (fl. mid 17th cent., another), 286, 288–92
-, John (d. 1702), 175
-, Mary, m. Wm. Draper, 287–8
-, Ric. (fl. 1279), 288
-, Ric. (fl. 1314), 288–9
-, Ric. (d. 1545), 288
-, Ric. (d. 1571), 288
-, Ric. (fl. 1602), 174
-, Ric. (d. 1626, another), 288–91
-, Ric. (d. 1634), 288–9
-, Ric. (d. 1646), 288
-, Rob. (d. 1636), 288–9, 292
-, Rob. (fl. 1710) and his w. Frances, 149
-, Thos. (fl. 1635), 173
-, Thos. (fl. 1768), 176
-, Wm. (fl. 1434), 288
-, Wm. (fl. 1705), and his w. Eliz., 171
-, Wm. (d. 1715, another), 288, 291–2
-, fam., 34–5, 149, 174, 286–92

Patrick, earl of Salisbury, 9

Paul, abbot of St. Albans, 229

Paulet, Wm., Ld. St. John, 31

Paulin, Rog., 31, 33

Paxton, Jas., 172

payments, customary, 140, 156, 212, 236, 240, 250; and see cert money; chiminage; churchscot; danegeld, geld; headsilver; heriot; hidage; merchet; pannage; scutage; tallage; ward penny

Paynel:
-, Agnes, m. Thos. Beckingham, 77
-, Eleanor, see Vitré
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Hawtrey, 77
-, Fulk, 265
-, Hugh, 77
-, Lettice, see Keynes
-, Marg., 77
-, Wm., 3, 265

Payton, Wm., vicar of Sandford St. Martin, 179

Peake:
-, Dame Felicity, 198–200
-, Harald, 198

Peande, see Pewde

Pearce, A. F., 71

Pearson:
-, Edw., 164
-, John, 165
-, fam., 164

Peel, Chas. Steers, rector of Rousham, 167

Pelham:
-, Jane, see Huxley
-, Sir Nic., 269

Pembroke, earls of, see Hastings; Valence

Pembroke College, Oxford, 123–4, 130

Peniston, Thos., 134

Penn:
-, Giles, 33
-, Griffin, 292
-, John, 287
-, Phil., 152
-, Thos., 153
-, Wm., 287
-, fam., 157, 289, 292

Penn (Bucks.), 287

Penyfather, Wm., 200

Perkins, Pitham, 46, 54

Perode, see Pewde

Perrot:
-, Sim., 78, 282
-, Mrs., 181
-, fam., 188
-, and see Parrott

Perry, Thos., 24

Peter of the mill, 71

Petre, Sir Wm., 150, 250

Pewde (Perode, Peande), Hen., vicar of Great Tew, 242–3

pewterer, 146

pharmacists, 117, 177, 204

Phillips (Philips):
-, John, vicar of Barford St. Michael, 57
-, Sir T., 227n
-, fam., 116

Phipps:
-, Hen., 96
-, John (fl. 1495), 96–7
-, John (fl. 1524), 275

physicians and surgeons, 23, 26, 34, 48, 56, 85, 255, 264, 271, 283

Pickard's, glove manufacturers, 189

Piggot:
-, Cath., see Langston
-, Nat., 16
-, Thos. (d. 1559), 267
-, Thos. (fl. 1571), 124, 127, 267
-, fam., 16n

Pinck, Rob., warden of New Coll., Oxf., 280, 282

Piper, John, 180

Pirenho, Rob. de, 48

plague, see epidemics

Plaiz:
-, Alice de, see Chesney
-, Ralph de, 150
-, Warin de, 49, 150

plasterers, see building trades

Plessis:
-, Hugh de (fl. 1279), 4, 47n
-, Hugh de (d. 1363), 212–13
-, fam., 212–13

Plowman, John, 42, 157

Plymouth, earl of, see Windsor

Plymouth (Devon.), 193

Podio (Putz):
-, Agnes de, 197
-, Ala de, m. Wm. Poure, 197–8
-, Emma de, m. Rob. de Ouville, 197–8
-, Isabel de, m. Wm. le Brun, 197–9
-, Maud de, m. Rob. Neville, 197–8

Pole:
-, Alice de la, dchss. of Suffolk, see Chaucer
-, John de la, earl of Lincoln, 93
-, John de la, duke of Suffolk, 29, 93
-, Reg., cardinal, 150

Pollard:
-, Eliz., 48
-, Frances, see Cupper
-, John (fl. 1676), 205
-, John (fl. 1719), 205
-, John (d. 1761), 48
-, (formerly Carter), John Carter, 48
-, —, 124
-, fam., 48

Polton:
-, Wm., 138, 142
-, fam., 138

Pomerai:
-, Rob. de la, rector of Westcott Barton, 80
-, Wm. de la, rector of Westcott Barton, 80
-, fam., 80

Ponsonby:
-, Sir Ashley, 271
-, Sir Chas., 125
-, Edwin, 264
-, fam., 264, 283

Pontefract (Yorks. W.R.), honor, 9, 250

Pontypool (Mon.), 165

Poole:
-, John, 153
-, Wm., vicar of Steeple Barton, 72

Pope:
-, Alex., 133
-, John, 136
-, Julian, w. of Wm., 115
-, Marg., w. of Wm., 102, 115
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1559), 90, 94–5, 97, 102, 118, 199, 136
-, Thos. (d. 1660), earl of Downe, 136
-, Wm. (d. 1523), 115, 199
-, Wm. (d. 1631), earl of Downe, 136, 140
-, fam., 90, 102

popes, 205, 279

Popham (Hants), 92

Popish Plot, 90

post offices, 6, 45, 121, 145, 183, 195, 211, 240, 247; and see General Post Office
-, postmasters, 19, 117

Postcombe (in Lewknor), 174

Potter, Hannibal, president of Trinity Coll. Oxf., rector of Over Worton and vicar of Sandford St. Martin, 179, 299

pottery making, 53, 70, 77, 106

Poulton, John, 235

Poure:
-, Ala, see Podio
-, Gentischieve, 198–200
-, Rog., 198
-, Wal., 198
-, Wm. (fl. 1187), 197
-, Wm. (fl. 1279), 198–200, 202, 204–5
-, fam., 198, 200–1

Powell, John, 63

Powick (Worcs.), 267

Powlett:
-, Chas. Armand, 173
-, Eliz., see Dashwood

Préaux:
-, Drew des, rector of Great Tew, 243
-, John des (d. by 1233), 229, 234, 236, 241, 251–2
-, John des (d. c. 1241), 229, 231, 234
-, John des (fl. 1279, 1304), 230, 240–2
-, Ralph des (fl. c. 1241), 229, 236, 243
-, Ralph des (d. 1333), 230, 234, 237
-, Sibyl des, m. Thos. Appleton, 231
-, Sim. des, rector of Great Tew, 243
-, Steph. des, 242
-, Wm. des, 230
-, fam., 230, 236–7, 240

Preedy:
-, Benj., 36
-, John, 213, 218
-, Jos., 36, 218

prehistoric remains, see Grim's Ditch; and under names of particular places

Prentice, Ric., 28

Presbyterians, 19, 40, 56, 112, 116–17, 142, 158, 168, 283

Prescote, Ric., 199

Preston, G., 37

Primitive Methodists, see Methodists

printing, 85, 106

Prior, Mat., 133

Privy Council, 147, 299

professions, see industries

Profett, Nic., vicar of N. Aston, 17

protestant nonconformity, see Baptists; Congregationalists; Friends; Independents; Methodists; Presbyterians; Unitarians

Prudy:
-, Clemence, see Nowell
-, Rog., 269

Public Trustee, 228, 231

publicans, see innkeepers

Pudlicote, see Charlbury

Pufford, Wm., 276

pump manufacture, 106

punitive instruments, see cucking stool; gallows; stocks; tumbril

Purcel (Purcell):
-, John (d. by 1365), 230
-, John (fl. 1365), 230
-, John (fl. 1678), 16
-, Ric., 230
-, Thos. (fl. 1339), 230
-, Thos. (fl. 1491), 230
-, fam., 231

Purefoy, Ric., 287

Puritanism, 73, 112, 116, 167, 282

Purveyor, Thos., 269

Puseyites, 113

Putz, see Podio

Pye, Nic., vicar of N. Aston, 17

Pym, Wm., 97

Q

Quakers, see Friends

quarries, 15, 128, 135, 142, 204, 218, 227

Queen Anne's Bounty, 52, 54–5, 111, 155, 178, 242, 257, 292

Queen's College, Oxford, 299

quintain, riding at, 87

R

Radcliffe, Sam., principal of Brasenose Coll. and rector of Steeple Aston, 40, 43–4

Radford, see Enstone

railways, see Banbury, rly. to; Great Western Rly.; Oxford, rly. to

Rainsford (Raynsford):
-, Edw., 171, 174, 230, 234, 242, 254, 291
-, Eliz., see Wilcotes
-, Hen. (fl. 1450), 230
-, Hen. (fl. c. 1600), 174
-, Hercules, 230
-, Humph., 291
-, John, 230, 237
-, Wm. (d. 1487), 230, 245
-, Wm. (d. 1557), 230–1, 237, 241–3, 254, 291
-, Wm. (fl. 1557), 79
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1600), 174
-, fam., 237, 240

Ralph (fl. 1086), 96

Ralph son of Henry, 250, 253

Ralph, Vivian s. of, see Vivian

Ralph, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Ralph, Wm. s. of, see William

Ramsbury (Wilts.), bp. of, see Aelfric

Randolph, Geo., 23

Ranulph (fl. 1086), 267

Ranulph (d. 1153), earl of Chester, 229

Ranulph (d. 1232), earl of Chester, 4, 197, 229–30, 236, 240, 252

rape, oil seed, 153, 203

Raves:
-, Anne, m. Ric. Burrows, 213
-, Anne, m. Sir Rob. Jason, 217
-, Eliz., 213
-, Geo. (d. by 1560), 213, 217
-, Geo. (d. 1613), 213
-, Hugh (fl. 1321), 213, 216
-, Hugh (fl. 1350, another), 213
-, Jane, 213
-, John, 213n
-, Ric. (d. 1596), 213
-, Ric. (d. 1636), 214, 217
-, Wm., 213, 217, 222
-, fam., 211, 213, 216–17

Rawlinson, Ric., 42, 86

Raynforth, John, rector of Glympton and vicar of Eynsham, 129

Raynsford, see Rainsford

Read (Reade, Rede):
-, Anne, w. of Thos., 217
-, Sir Compton, 198
-, Dorothea, m. Rob. Dashwood, 213, 217
-, John (fl. 1453), rector of Rousham, 167n
-, John (fl. 1639), 213
-, Sir John (d. 1694), 215, 217, 220
-, Sir John (d. 1711), 212–13
-, Mary, 219–20
-, Susanna, 220
-, Thos. (d. 1556), 212, 219
-, Thos. (d. 1604), 212–13, 217
-, Sir Thos. (d. c. 1639), 212–13, 216–17, 220
-, fam., 213–14, 216–17, 219–20

Reading (Berks.), 188
-, abbey, 252
-, abbot of, 47

recluses, 281

Rede, see Read

Redhead:
-, —, 276n
-, fam., 277

Reeves:
-, John, 70
-, Thos., 245
-, fam., 298

Reiner, rector of Deddington, 111

Repton, Humph., 233

Reynold son of Croc, 162, 266

Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 8

Richard I, 91, 229, 295

Richard, abbot of St. Albans, 229

Richard, earl of Cornwall, 162

Richard, vicar of Steeple Barton, 72

Richard son of John (fl. 1196), 96

Richard son of John (fl. early 13th cent., another), 133

Richard son of Niel, 197

Richard the miller, 53

Richson, Wm., 119

Ricketts, Thos., 127

Rickman, Thos., 227, 245

ridge and furrow, 7, 21, 98, 137, 197, 235, 286, 289, 293

Rimell, John, 237

riots and disturbances, 57, 110, 112, 117, 177, 213, 220, 264 Swing Riots, 6, 37, 62, 133 and see Oxfordshire, uprising

Risborough, Princes (Bucks.), 183

Risley:
-, Holford, 98
-, W. C., vicar of Deddington, 85, 98, 110, 112–16, 118–19

Rittson-Thomas, Mrs. S. C., 172, 178

Rivers:
-, Baldwin de (d. 1216), 26, 94, 148
-, Baldwin de, earl of Devon, ld. of Wight (d. 1245), 27, 148, 268
-, Baldwin de (d. 1262), earl of Devon, ld. of Wight, 148
-, Isabel de, ctss. of Devon and lady of Wight, m. Wm. de Forz, count of Aumale, 27, 148, 154, 200, 268
-, John de, 231
-, Marg. de, see FitzGerald
-, Rose de, w. of John, 230

roads:
-, ancient, 6, 45, 83, 120–1, 131, 143–5, 159, 169, 183, 194, 209, 223, 247, 259–61, 285, 293; and see Dornford Lane
-, drove, 6n, 223, 261
-, Roman, 194, 223, 260; and see Akeman Street
-, turnpike, 6, 15, 21, 59, 76, 83, 120–1, 131, 144–5, 159, 169, 183, 194–5, 223–4, 260, 262–3

Robb:
-, Maj. Eustace, 231
-, Mary Anne, see Boulton

Robert, count of Dreux, 162

Robert of the Hall, 287, 289–90

Robert son of Alan (d. c. 1237), 287

Robert son of Alan (fl. 1250), 287

Robert son of Niel, 197, 199

Robert son of Thurstan, 266

Robert (fl. 1086), 197

Robert (fl. 1166), 29

Robert (d. by 1188, another), and his w. Alice, 29

Robert (d. by 1279), 29

Robert, Wm. s. of, see William

Robert, David, rector of Glympton, 129

Roberts:
-, Anne, 55, 178, 180–1
-, Edw., 298
-, Ric., 287
-, Thos. (fl. 1637), 147
-, Thos. (d. 1771), 135, 161
-, fam., 218

Robinson:
-, Geo., rector of Rousham, 167
-, Thos., 191
-, Wm. (fl. early 19th cent.), 43
-, Wm. (fl. 1845, another), 154

Robson, Lawr., 29, 37

Rochester, earl of, see Hyde, Lawr.

Rochester (Kent), dean of, 140

Rock, Sam., 221

Roger (fl. 1086), 199

Roger at mill, 70

Rogers, John, vicar of Steeple Barton, 72

Rollright, Great, 47, 138, 266

Roman Catholicism, 16–17, 19, 27, 40, 56, 74, 113, 116, 130, 134, 140–3, 148, 156, 158, 180, 193, 221, 231, 257, 283, 287, 292, 300

Roman remains, see roads, Roman; and under names of particular places

Romney (Romilly):
-, Alan of, 27
-, Mat. of, see Aston, Mat. of
-, Rob. of (fl. 1279), 27, 32
-, Rob. of (fl. 1301), 27
-, fam., 33

Root, Thos., 298

Rose, w. of Eudes, 62

Rose:
-, Jos., 7
-, Wm., 111
-, fam., 8, 15

Rotherfield Greys, 147

Rotroc (fl. 1086), 77, 251, 253

Rougemont (in Harewood, Yorks. W.R.), 48
-, barony of, 27, 148

roundsmen, 16, 39, 54, 71, 78, 109–10, 155, 178, 204, 219, 241, 278

Rousham, 1, 36, 38, 40, 66–7, 159–68, 160, 201, 204, 276
-, adv., 166–7
-, agric., 163–6
-, as address, 11, 14, 28, 71, 162, 270
-, bdy., 159
-, bridges, 159; and see Heyford Bridge
-, chant., 164, 166–8
-, chaplain, 167
-, char., 168
-, ch., 74, 159, 161, 166–8
-, cts., 71, 166
-, curates, 167
-, dom. archit., 161
-, farms, 159, 164–6
-, fields, 160, 163–5
-, glebe, 11, 165, 167
-, inc., 159, 161–3, 165, 167
-, ind. and trade, 165–6
-, inns, 161–2
-, man., 4, 27, 29, 60, 63–4, 67, 71, 162–7, 266, 268
-, man. ho., 164; and see Rousham, Rousham Ho.
-, mills, 166
-, nonconf., 168
-, par. meeting, 166
-, par. officers, 166
-, poor relief, 166
-, pop., 159, 161
-, rectors, 11, 164–5, 167–8
-, rectory ho., 167
-, roads, 159
-, roads to, 22, 194
-, Rousham Gap, 159, 161
-, Rousham Ho., 1, 24, 30, 161–2, 166–8, 193
-, sch., 161, 167–8
-, tithes, 165, 167
-, vestry, 166
-, woodland, 165

Rowe:
-, Ant., 10
-, Mary, m. Trevor Hill, Vct. Hillsborough, 10

Rowland:
-, Eliz., m. Francis Kilvert, 264
-, John, 264

Rowlandson, Ric., rector of Wootton, 283

royalists (Civil War), 40, 47, 89–90, 98, 123, 156, 162, 197, 286, 288

Ruardean (Glos.), 96

Runcin:
-, Ralph, 214
-, Ric., 214
-, Rog., 214
-, (or of Duns Tew), Steph., 214
-, Thos. (fl. 1279), 214, 216
-, Thos. (fl. 1307, ?another), 214
-, fam., 214, 216, 219

Rutland, see Seaton

Ryes, see Rys

Ryman:
-, Giles, 239
-, Ric., 235
-, Rob., 258
-, fam., 234, 238

Rys (Ryes), Hubert de, 26, 62, 147, 172, 286
-, his sons, see Adam; Eudes

Ryves, Edw., 164–5

S

saddlers, see leather ind.

safflower, 14

Saham Toney (Norf.), rector of, see Parrott, Chas.

Sai, Jordan de, 287, 291

sainfoin, 14, 35, 68, 138, 188, 202, 235, 276–7

St. Alban's (Herts.), 260
-, abbey, 229
-, abbot of, see Aelfric; Paul; Richard

St. Aubyn, J. P., 161, 283

St. Edmunds, Wal. of, rector of Westcott Barton, 80n

St. John:
-, Cath., w. of John of, 175
-, John of (d. c. 1150), 62
-, John of (d. 1229–30), 62, 67
-, John of (fl. c. 1231), 70
-, John of (d. by 1316), 62, 67–8, 123, 175, 177
-, John of (d. 1322), 62, 123, 175
-, John of (d. 1349), 62, 175
-, John of (d. 1362), 123
-, John of (d. by 1376), 123
-, Marg. of, m. Nic. Lovayne, 62
-, Nic. of, 123–6
-, Rog. of (d. c. 1214), 62, 65, 71–2
-, Rog. of (d. 1265), 62
-, Rog. of (fl. 1342), 70
-, Thos. of (d. 1126–7), 62
-, Thos. of (d. by 1176), 61–2, 72
-, Thos. of (d. 1432), 62, 123, 126
-, Wm. of, rector of Steeple Barton, 70, 72
-, fam., 59–60, 62–3, 67, 69, 72, 125–6, 128, 172–5

St. John, Ld., see Paulet

St. John's College, Oxford, 16, 197, 200, 203, 205–6, 208, 220
-, president of, see Walker, Wm.

St. Paul:
-, Emma, see Northampton, Emma of
-, Rob. of, 149
-, fam., 97

St. Peter, Urian of, 198

St. Philibert, Hugh de, 133

St. Sever (Calvados, France), abbey, 205

St. Suzanne (Mayenne, France), 266

St. Valery:
-, Bernard of, 162
-, Reynold of, 47

St. Valery, honor of, 47, 63–4, 67, 149, 162, 164–6, 199, 201

Salford, 268

Salisbury:
-, Edw. of, 9, 96n
-, Fulk, rector of Glympton, 129
-, Wal. of, 9–10

Salisbury:
-, ctss. of, see Ela; Vitré
-, earls of, 9–10; and see Longespée, Wm.; Montagu; Patrick; William

Salisbury, bp. of, see Audley

Salle, Wal. de la, 49

Salvation Army, 75, 86, 117, 193, 221

Sampford, Sir Rog. de, 94, 107

Sampson, Rob., 49

Sancto Romano, Artald de, rector of Wootton, 281

Sandford, fam., 253

Sandford, Ld., see Edmondson, A. J.

Sandford, Dry, see Abingdon

Sandford on Thames, 169

Sandford St. Martin, 1, 59, 67, 169–81, 170, 176, 234
-, adv., 178
-, agric., 171, 174–7
-, as address, 63, 78
-, bdy., 71, 169, 223
-, bridges, 169, 171
-, chap., 72
-, char., 181
-, ch., 73, 79–80, 169, 178–80, 219
-, ct., 177
-, curates, 179
-, dom. archit., 171
-, farms, 169, 176
-, fields, 169, 174–6
-, glebe, 178
-, green, 171–2
-, Grove Ash, q.v.
-, inc., 172–4, 176, 285
-, ind. and trade, 177
-, inns, 172
-, Ledwell, q.v.
-, man., 171–7
-, man. ho., 171–3, 176, 177, 179; and see Sandford St. Martin Sandford Pk.
-, mill, 169, 172, 175–7
-, nonconf., 179
-, par. council, 178
-, par. officers, 177–8
-, poor relief, 178
-, pop., 171
-, prehist. rem., 171
-, roads, 169
-, roads to, 75–6, 285
-, Rom. Cath., 180
-, Rom. rem., 171
-, Sandford Pk., 1, 169, 171, 173, 176–7, 179, 181
-, sch., 81, 177, 180–1
-, tithes, 65, 171, 174, 176, 178
-, vestry, 177–8
-, vicarage ho., 178–9
-, vicars, 171, 178–81; and see Apperley; Belcher, Thos.; Cockson, Edw.; Cockson, Hen.; Curme; Foster; Marshall, Edw.; Marshall Hacker, Edw.; Potter; Smith, Rob.; Walker, Edw.
-, wake, 172
-, woodland, 176

Sandys, Sir Wm., 94

Sapcotes:
-, Anne., m. Sir Wm. FitzWilliam, 64
-, Eliz., see Dynham
-, Ric., 27, 64, 162, 295
-, fam., 268

Saric (fl. 1086), 31–2

Saucey, Lettice de, 122, 125

Saunders, Wm., 235

Savage, Wm., 64

Savoy, see Mont Cenis

sawyers, 190, 240

Saye and Sele, Ld., see Fiennes

Sayer, Jas., 172, 180

Says, Hen., rector of Westcott Barton, 80

Scarborough (Yorks. E.R.), 89

Scarlett:
-, Philippe, see Hanwell
-, Thos., 124, 127

Scheemakers:
-, Hen., 42
-, Peter, 161

Schevendon, see Shethendon

Schuster:
-, Sir Geo., 288
-, J. B., 288, 290
-, fam., 292

Scissor, Wm. le, see William the tailor

Scotland, 165

Scott:
-, Anne, ctss. of Deloraine, 180
-, Francis, earl of Deloraine, 173
-, Sir Geo. Gilb., 18, 221
-, Henrietta-Louisa, ctss. of Clonmell, 19
-, Hen., earl of Deloraine, 164, 173, 180
-, Jas., duke of Monmouth, 173
-, Mary, 258
-, Thos., earl of Clonmell, 10

scrivener, John the, see John

Scroggs, Sir Wm., ld. chief justice, 90

scutage, 91, 152, 164, 216, 287

Seagrave:
-, John, rector of Westcott Barton, 80
-, Miss M. K., 79
-, Sam. Young, rector of Westcott Barton, 79–80
-, fam., 79–80

Seaton:
-, Alice of, see Maidwell
-, Anne, m. Edw. Catesby, 47
-, Everard, 47
-, Joan, m. Francis Metcalfe, 47
-, John (fl. 1336), 48, 150
-, John (fl. 1369), 149
-, Ric. of, 47, 49, 54, 148–9
-, fam., 47–8, 54, 149

Seaton (Rut.), 47

Sedley, Sir John, 124

serjeanties, 4, 30–1, 149, 214, 216, 266–7, 287, 289, 295

services, customary, 13, 32–3, 67, 101–2, 126, 128, 137–8, 152, 164, 175, 177, 183, 187, 202, 216, 236, 251, 272–4, 280, 287, 296

Seven Years War, 172

Sewardsley (in Easton Neston, Northants.), priory, 150–2

sewer, Eudes the, see Eudes

Seyntclere:
-, John, 62
-, Marg., see Lovayne
-, Phil., 62
-, Thos., 62
-, fam., 62

Shambles Cross, see Aston, Steeple, Hopcraft's Holt

Shareshull:
-, Agnes, m. Ric. Adderbury, 64
-, Denise, w. of Wm. (d. 1370), 64, 268
-, Eliz., 64, 162
-, John, rector of Tackley, 173, 205
-, Wm. (d. 1370), ld. chief justice, 40, 59, 64–5, 68, 70, 136, 162, 164–5, 173, 205, 230, 253, 268
-, Wm. (s. of above), 40, 164, 177
-, Wm. (d. 1400), 64, 162, 268
-, fam., 64n, 164

Sharpe:
-, Ada, 206
-, Anne, 199
-, Lancelot Arthur, rector of Tackley, 206, 208
-, Mary, m.—Strickland, 208
-, Sim., 199

Sharstead:
-, Aubrey of, see Dive
-, Fulk of, 49

Shaw, John, vicar of Great Tew, 243

Sheen (Surr.), priory, 135

sheep farming, 1, 3, 12–14, 33, 35–7, 50–1, 67, 69–70, 89, 100–1, 105, 126–7, 137–9, 151, 153–4, 165, 175–7, 187–8, 202–3, 216–18, 220, 234–5, 237, 239, 252–6, 260, 273–7, 289–90, 296–7; and see Cotswold; Leicester; Merino; New Leicester; Oxford Downs

Sheepbridge (in Swallowfield, Berks.), 134

Sheffield (Yorks. W.R.), 46, 264

Sheldon:
-, Edw. (d. 1643), 64
-, Edw. (d. 1676), 64, 74
-, Edw. (d. 1746), 64
-, Ralph (d. 1613), 64, 289
-, Ralph (d. 1659), 64, 74
-, Ralph (d. 1720), 64–5, 74
-, Ralph (fl. 1782), 64
-, Wm., 64
-, fam., 64, 74

Shenington, 53, 154

Sheppard:
-, Hen., 11
-, John, 13, 94
-, Justinian (fl. early 17th cent.), 47, 94
-, Justinian (d. 1714), 47, 51, 57
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1550), 13
-, Wm. (d. 1666), 47, 51
-, Wm. (d. 1672), 47
-, fam., 11, 13, 47, 53, 116

Shethendon (or Schevendon), Ric. of, 214

ship money, 147, 162

Shipston-on-Stour (Worcs.), 145

Shipton-on-Cherwell, 34

Shirley:
-, Anne, 148
-, Geo., 148
-, Jane, see Lovett
-, Thos. (fl. 1615), 148
-, Thos. (fl. 1663), 148
-, fam., 158

shoemakers, see leather ind.

Short, Ric., vicar of Deddington, 112

Showell, see Swerford

Shrewsbury:
-, duke of, see Talbot
-, earls of, 33, 134–5, 138–41, 143, 245, 252, 257; and see Talbot

Shropshire, see Kinlet; Knockin; Madeley

Shutford (in Swalcliffe), 97, 154

Sibford Gower (in Swalcliffe), 96

sieve maker, 177

silk manufacturer, 288, 296

Simeon:
-, Joan, see Arsic
-, Steph., 147

Simkins, fam., 221

Simon of the mill, 166

Simple (or ?Barton):
-, Ric. le, 64, 67, 251, 253
-, Wm. le, 64, 253

Sitwell, fam., 250

Sixsmith, Thos., rector of Steeple Aston, 40, 44

Skidmore, John, 50

Skinner:
-, Geo., 47, 51–2
-, Joan, see Fox
-, Wm., 47
-, fam., 47

Slape:
-, Maud of, 263, 272
-, fam., 274

Slape, see Glympton

slate ind., 1; and see Stonesfield, ind. slaters, 106, 190, 218

Sleamaker:
-, John, 15
-, fam., 15

Sly, John, 246, 258

Smallbones, fam., 275, 283

smallpox, see epidemics

Smith (Smythe):
-, Barbara, 199–200, 204
-, Miss E. M., 120
-, Francis, 135
-, Francis, Ld. Carrington, 173
-, Francis Redhead, 277
-, Giles, 299
-, Grace, see Astyn
-, Hen., 199
-, John (fl. 1919), 267
-, John (fl. 1945), 277
-, Ric., rector of Westcott Barton, 80
-, Rob. (fl. 1543), 202
-, Rob. (fl. 1601), vicar of Steeple Barton and Sandford St. Martin, 73
-, Sebastian (fl. 1667), 204
-, Sir Sebastian (d. 1733), 200, 204
-, Sebastian (d. 1752), 200, 204
-, Wm., bp. of Lincoln, 39, 136
-, fam., 277

smiths, 106, 177, 218, 236, 240
-, blacksmiths, 37, 53, 106, 153, 177n, 190, 204, 218, 237, 239, 256

Society for Augmenting Small Livings, 257

Soden, fam., 70

Somerford, see Cassington

Somerford, Broad (Wilts.), 29

Somerford, Little (Wilts.), 268

Somerset, Hen. Chas. duke of Beaufort, 133, 139–40

Somerset, see Chilton

Somerton:
-, John, 102
-, Thos. of, rector of Steeple Aston, 30–1, 40
-, Wal. of, 107
-, Wm., 190
-, fam., 13

Somerton, 6–7, 11–12, 22, 31, 166, 209, 243
-, rector of, see Martin, Dr. John

Somery:
-, Rog. de, 230
-, fam., 230, 236

Soulbury (Bucks.), 230

Souldern, 27, 83, 150

South brook (Sowbrook, Deddington brook), 49, 81, 83, 99, 107

Southam:
-, Arthur, 271
-, Giles, 276
-, Thos. (d. 1790), 264, 269–71, 276
-, Thos. (fl. 1807), 270
-, Wm., 188, 264, 271
-, fam., 269, 276, 283

Southby, John, 16

Southgate (Mdx.), see Grovelands

Sowbrook, see South brook

Speen (Berks.), 251

Spelsbury, 127, 177
-, Dean, 255
-, Ditchley, 121, 186, 260, 279

Spencer:
-, Geo. (d. 1817), duke of Marlborough, 69, 188, 192, 199–200, 265, 269, 271, 276
-, Geo. (d. 1840), duke of Marlborough, see Spencer Churchill

Spencer Churchill:
-, Chas. Ric. John, duke of Marlborough, 72
-, Geo. (d. 1840), duke of Marlborough, 278
-, Geo. (d. 1857), duke of Marlborough, 179
-, John Winston, duke of Marlborough, 72, 189, 270

Spicer:
-, Hen., 30, 67
-, Ric., 216
-, Wm., 30, 67, 216

Spillers Ltd., 25, 29, 31, 37

spinning, see textile ind.

Spiritual Aid Society, 115–16

sports and pastimes, 87, 90, 212, 264; and see fox-hunting; quintain; theatres

Stafford:
-, Anne, m. Edm. Mortimer, earl of March, 28
-, Edm. of, earl of Stafford, 93
-, Eliz., see Fox
-, Hen., duke of Buckingham (d. 1483), 29
-, Hervey, see Bagot
-, Humph., earl of Stafford, 28, 95
-, Millicent of, m. Hervey Bagot, 95
-, Rob. of (fl. 1086), 28–9, 31, 95, 185, 212
-, Rob. of (fl. 1166), 95
-, Rob. of (d. c. 1192), 95
-, Thos., 47
-, fam., 29, 95

Stafford:
-, barony of, 28–9, 95, 199, 212
-, ctss. of, see Anne
-, earls of, see Stafford, Edm. of; Stafford, Humph.

Staffordshire, 29; and see Alton; Tettenhall; Wednesbury

Stampe, John, 92

Stanbridge:
-, Steph., 139
-, fam., 142

Standard:
-, Edw., 199, 203
-, Eliz., m. Arthur Parsons, 199
-, Hen., 34
-, John, rector of Tackley, 199, 206–7
-, Marg., m. Thos. Martin, 199
-, Rob. (d. 1584), 199, 202
-, Rob. (d. 1685), 199, 202
-, Wm., 202
-, fam., 24, 34

Standlake, 268

Staniforth, Nat., rector of Glympton, 129–30

Stanley (in Bremhill, Wilts.), abbey, 111

Stanton Harcourt, 4

Stanton St. John, 62

Staple, merchants of, 35, 87, 106, 115

Staunton (Notts.), 27

Stephen, king, 91, 149, 229, 268

Stepley, Hugh, vicar of Steeple Barton, 73

Stertup, Hen., 175

Stevenson:
-, And., 52–3
-, John, 56

steward, Eudes the, see Eudes

Stewart, John, 192

Stilgoe:
-, H. E., 88
-, Zachary (fl. 1735), 88
-, Zachary (fl. 1870), 107
-, fam., 86, 88, 103, 115

stints, 12, 35, 50, 67, 100–1, 108, 126, 151, 163, 175, 202–3, 235, 271, 296

stock breeding, 14, 36, 46, 165, 202

stocks, 26, 78, 123, 228, 249

Stokes:
-, Isabel, see Giffard
-, John, 29, 149
-, Wm., 28–9

Stonehouse, Geo., 269, 284

Stonesfield, 1, 181–94, 182
-, adv., 190
-, agric., 186–9, 272
-, bdy., 181, 183, 186
-, bridges, 183
-, Callow Hill, 121, 259
-, chap., 183, 190
-, char., 193–4
-, ch., 183–5, 190–2
-, cts., 185, 190
-, dom. archit., 184, 187
-, farms, 184–6, 188
-, fields, 182, 186
-, glebe, 186, 188, 191
-, inc., 183–4, 186, 188, 190–2, 261
-, ind. and trade, 183–4, 189–90, 192
-, slate, 1, 181, 183–5, 188–90, 192
-, inns, 185, 189, 193
-, man., 185–9
-, man. ho., 185, 187
-, mills, 190
-, nonconf., 192–3
-, par. officers, 190, 192–4
-, poor relief, 190, 193–4
-, pop., 183–4
-, prehist. rem., 183
-, rectors, 186, 188–94
-, rectory ho., 184, 191
-, roads, 183
-, road to, 261
-, Rom. Cath., 193
-, Rom. rem., 121, 183
-, sch., 184–5, 191, 193
-, slate, see Stonesfield, ind.
-, Stonesford, 181, 183
-, streets, 184, 193
-, tithes, 188, 191
-, water supply, 185
-, woodland, 186–7
-, King's Wood, 183, 186

Stonor, Bp. John Talbot, 142

Stow (Stowe):
-, Geo. (fl. 1556), 239
-, Geo. (d. 1774), 92
-, John, 225
-, fam., 239

Stratford-on-Avon (Warws.), 120

Stratton:
-, Hervey of, 95
-, John, 200
-, G. F., 176, 225, 227–8, 231, 233, 238–9, 242
-, Geo., 231, 242–3, 245–6
-, Ric. of (fl. 1192), 95
-, Ric. of (fl. 1242–3), 95
-, fam., 245

Street, G. E., 55–6, 81, 114, 130, 172, 180, 207, 257

Strepini, Hugh de, 252

Strickland, Mary, see Sharpe

Strixton (Northants.), 147

Studley priory, 23, 28, 30, 65, 200, 270 prioress of, 202, 205

Sturche, fam., 238

Sturges-Bourne, Wm., Home Secretary, 63

Sturges-Bourne Act, 278

Sudeley, Ld., see Boterel, Ralph (d. 1473)

Suffolk:
-, dchss. of, see Chaucer, Alice
-, dukes of, see Pole, John de la; Brandon, Chas.

Suffolk, see Bury St. Edmunds

Sulman, John, 117

surgeons, see physicians

Surrey, see Ashtead; Coombe; Epsom; Kew; Merton; Sheen

Sussex, earl of, see d'Aubigny

Sussex, see Cuckfield; Lewes

Sutton:
-, Edw., 270
-, Oliver, bp. of Lincoln, 243
-, Ralph of, 213
-, Wm. of, see Tew
-, fam., 213

Sutton, King's (Northants.), 237 vicar of, see Matthew, Hen.

Sutton-under-Brailes (Warws.), 116

Swalcliffe, see Sibford Gower; Shutford

Swallowfield (Berks.), see Sheepbridge

swedes, 70, 127, 188, 239

Swere, riv., 1, 45, 81, 83, 107, 131, 143–5, 150, 154, 247

Swerford, 157, 224, 230, 247, 251, 296 rector, see Earle, Nic.

Showell, 1, 3–4, 136, 247, 249

Swet, Wm., 175

Swetman, Job, 8

Swing Riots, see riots and disturbances

Swinnerton, Thos., rector of Rousham, 167

Sword, Art., 132

Syresham (Northants.), rector of, see Dandridge, John Strange

T

Tackley, Hugh of, 200

Tackley, 17, 194–208, 196, 261
-, adv., 205
-, agric., 200–4
-, as address, 34, 84
-, bdy., 194–5
-, bridges, 195; and see Enslow Bridge
-, chant., 206, 208
-, char., 208
-, ch., 16, 17, 39, 195, 197, 205–8, 207
-, cts., 199–200, 204
-, curates, 206
-, dom. archit., 197
-, fair, 197
-, farms, 195, 197, 203
-, fields, 196, 197, 200–1, 203–4
-, glebe, 200–1, 203, 205
-, green, 194–5, 197
-, Hill Ct., see Tackley, Tackley Pk.
-, inc., 195, 197, 203, 205, 208
-, ind. and trade, 204
-, inns, 197
-, Sturdy's Castle, 194, 197, 263
-, man., 164n, 197–201, 203–7
-, man. ho., 197–8
-, mills, 204
-, Catsham Mill, 195, 201, 204
-, Nethercott, q.v.
-, nonconf., 206, 208
-, par. officers, 204
-, poor relief, 204
-, pop., 3, 195
-, prehist. rem., 194–5
-, rly. sta., 195, 197
-, rectors, 205–8; and see Hawarden; Morrice; Shareshull, John; Sharpe, Lancelot; Standard, John
-, rectory ho., 205
-, roads, 194–5, 203, 205
-, roads to, 159, 161
-, Rom. Cath., 207–8
-, Rom. rem., 194–5
-, Rousham Mead, 163, 201
-, sch., 197, 208
-, Tackley Heath, 194–5, 197, 201, 208
-, Tackley Pk. (formerly Hill Ct.), 1, 17, 194–5, 197, 199–200, 204–5
-, tithes, 205–6
-, vestry, 195, 204
-, vicars, 205
-, wake, 197
-, Weaveley, q.v.
-, Whitehill, q.v.
-, woodland, 195, 197, 204
-, workho., 205

tailor, Wm. the, see William

tailors, 15, 37, 43, 53, 106, 149, 177, 190, 218, 239–40

Tait, Donald, 79

Talbot:
-, Chas. (d. 1718), duke of Shrewsbury, 134–8, 140, 148
-, Chas. (d. 1827), earl of Shrewsbury, 134, 142–3
-, Geo., earl of Shrewsbury, 134, 142
-, Gilb., earl of Shrewsbury, 134, 142
-, Bp. Jas., 142
-, John (d. 1460), earl of Shrewsbury, 186
-, John (d. 1653), earl of Shrewsbury, 33
-, Mary, 142
-, Bp. Thos., 142
-, fam., 133–4, 158

Talenant:
-, Ric., 13
-, fam., 13

tallage, 152, 253

tallowchandler, 28, 37

Tanfield:
-, Eliz., w. of Hen. Cary, Viscount Falkland, 231
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Laur., 229, 231
-, Sir Laur., Chief Baron of the Exchequer, 224, 227, 229–31, 234–5, 242

Tankerville:
-, Gillian de, 97
-, fam., 97

tanners, see leather ind.

Tarrant Keynston (Dors.), 77, 136, 213

Tasmania, see Australia

Tattenhoe (Bucks.), 47

Taylor:
-, Lt.-Col. A. D., 7, 11, 14, 16, 19
-, Ant., vicar of S. Newington, ?rector of Over Worton, 156
-, Cath., 179
-, Edw., 69
-, Francis, 46, 48
-, Geo., 250
-, J., 14
-, Capt. J. V., 7, 10, 14
-, Jane, 175–6
-, Jas., 172, 178–9
-, John (fl. 1450), vicar of Great Tew, 243
-, John (fl. 1524), 175
-, John (fl. 1732), 63, 72
-, John (fl. 1779), 213
-, Jos. (d. 1732), 63, 172, 176
-, Jos. (d. 1760), 172, 176
-, Ric., 37
-, Sarah, see Bennett
-, W. A., 37
-, Wm. (fl. 1745), 213, 255
-, Wm. (d. 1780), 78, 172, 174, 176
-, Wm. (fl. 1822), 158
-, Wm. (d. 1828, another), 69, 78, 172, 176, 179
-, fam., 11, 14, 18, 63, 178–80, 255

Taynton, 91

teazels, 153

temperance movement, 85, 90, 193

Tempest, Rob., 43

Templars, 133

Templer, fam., 270

Terry:
-, Geof., 272
-, Rob., 272
-, fam., 274

Tesdale:
-, Maud, w. of Thos. 124, 130–1
-, Thos., 123–4, 127, 129–30

Tettenhall (Staffs.), 135

Teulon, S. S., 65, 72

Tew:
-, Emma of, m. Ric. of Lyons, 212
-, Hen. of, 96
-, Hugh of (fl. mid 12th cent.), 214
-, Hugh of (d. 1284), 212–14, 216, 219
-, Maud of, m. Hugh of Hinton, 212
-, Wal. of (fl. 1166), 212n
-, Wal. of (fl. mid 13th cent.), 96
-, Wm. of, m. Ralph of Sutton, 213
-, fam., 212, 216, 219

Tew, Duns, Steph. of, see Runcin

Tew, Duns, 1, 3n, 11–12, 36, 67, 89, 209–22, 210, 223, 229n, 234, 257, 289
-, adv., 219–20
-, agric., 6, 32, 214–18
-, Bestmoor, see Aston, North
-, bdy., 6, 12, 21, 49, 81, 209, 215
-, bridges, 209
-, char., 222
-, ch., 16, 71, 79, 178, 212, 219–21, 223
-, cts., 217, 219
-, curates, 220–1
-, dom. archit., 211–12
-, Duns Tew Manor, 211, 213
-, farms, 209, 211–13, 216, 218
-, Glebe, 211, 218, 220
-, Hill, 209, 211, 215, 218
-, fields, 210, 211, 214–19
-, glebe, 218, 220
-, inc., 209, 211, 214–15, 217–18, 222
-, inns, 212
-, ind. and trade, 218
-, man., 4, 77, 124, 136, 212–17, 219, 250n
-, man. hos., 211, 213, 217–18
-, mills, 211, 218–19
-, nonconf., 221–2
-, par. officers, 211–12, 219
-, poor relief, 218–19, 222
-, pop., 209, 211, 217
-, prehist. rem., 209
-, Priory Court, see Tew, Duns, vicarage ho.
-, roads to, 6, 59, 76, 83, 285
-, Rom. rem., 209
-, sch., 211, 220, 222
-, streets, 209, 211
-, tithes, 209, 214, 218, 220
-, vicarage ho. (later Priory Court), 211, 217, 220
-, vicars, 214, 218, 220–1; and see Gorden; Noel
-, water supply, 209, 211

Tew, Great, 1, 4, 13, 223–47, 226, 256
-, adv., 241–3, 291
-, agric., 233–9
-, as address, 171, 174, 176, 252, 254, 258, 268, 277, 288
-, bdy., 223, 233, 247–8
-, bridges, 224
-, chant., 243
-, char., 246–7, 258
-, ch., 179, 209, 223, 237, 241–6, 244, 256–7, 285, 291
-, cts., 240
-, curates, 243–4
-, dom. archit., 225, 227–8
-, farms, 237–9
-, Beaconsfield, 223–4, 227, 235, 238–41
-, Tracey, 227, 238–40
-, fields, 224, 226, 233–5, 240, 251
-, glebe, 234, 242
-, Great Tew Estate, 174, 176, 242, 255
-, green, 224–5, 246
-, inc., 223–5, 229, 234–5, 238, 240–2, 252
-, ind. and trade, 239–40
-, inns, 228, 240
-, Falkland Arms, 225, 228, 240
-, man., 174, 229–33, 235–6, 240, 242, 250–2
-, man. ho., 224–5, 227–8, 231, 233; and see Tew Pk.
-, mills, 224–5, 228, 236–7, 239–40
-, nonconf., 244–6
-, par. officers, 228, 240–1, 243, 256
-, poor relief, 241
-, pop., 224–5, 237
-, prehist. rem., 224
-, rectors, 178, 241, 243
-, rectory ho., 242
-, roads, 223–4, 239
-, roads to, 144, 169, 247, 255
-, Rom. Cath., 245, 257
-, Rom. rem., 223–4
-, sch., 225, 229, 242, 245–6, 258
-, streets, 225, 232, 233
-, Tew Lodge, 33, 227–8, 233, 239–40
-, Tew Pk., 1, 223, 225, 231, 233–5
-, tithes, 238, 241–2, 245, 291
-, vestry, 240–1
-, vicarage ho., 225, 227, 242–4
-, vicars, 229, 233, 241–4, 246, 256, 258, 291–2; and see Cockson, Hen. (d. 1695); Gabet
-, woodland, 223, 228
-, workho., 241

Tew, Little, 4, 229n, 234, 238, 247–58, 248, 257
-, adv., 256
-, agric., 234, 251–6
-, almshouses, 249, 257–8
-, as address, 138
-, bdy., 131, 223, 247–8
-, chap., 249, 256–7
-, char., 246, 258
-, ch., 223, 241–3, 247, 249, 256–7
-, cts., 5, 252, 256
-, dom. archit., 249, 251
-, farms, 249–51, 253–6
-, fields, 224, 248, 251–2, 255
-, Grange, 249–50, 257
-, Ibstock Close, 249, 255, 257
-, inc., 234, 242, 247, 250–1, 255–6, 258
-, ind. and trade, 256
-, inn, 249
-, Lodge, 249, 251
-, man., 4, 77, 214n, 250–4, 256
-, man. hos., 249, 251, 254–5
-, mills, 248, 256
-, nonconf., 245–6, 256–8
-, par. officers, 240–1, 256, 258
-, poor relief, 247, 255–6, 258
-, pop., 247, 249
-, prehist. rem., 247
-, roads, 224, 247
-, roads to, 223–4
-, Rom. Cath., 245, 257
-, Rom. rem., 247
-, sch., 246, 249, 257–8
-, streets, 249
-, theatre, 250
-, tithes, 253n, 255–6
-, vicarage ho., 249, 257; and see Tew, Little, Grange; ibid. Ibstock Close
-, vicars, 257; and see Garratt, Chas.

textile industry:
-, cloth trade, 105–6, 164
-, fulling, 15, 53, 70, 106, 154, 177, 240; and see mills, fulling
-, hemp dresser, 53
-, lacemaking, 70, 219
-, spinning, 110
-, weaving, 1, 37, 52–3, 70, 88, 105–6, 153, 165, 177, 240

Thames, riv., 1, 185

Thanet, earl of, see Tufton

Thatchell, Ric., 221

theatres, see Aston, North; Tew, Little

Thetford (Norfolk), nunnery, 51

Thimbleby, A. C., 288, 296

Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 9, 157, 250
-, his w., see Lacy, Alice

Thomas, earl of Norfolk, 93

Thomas of the mill, 177

Thomas 'of Woodstock', earl of Buckingham, duke of Gloucester, 93
-, his w. Eleanor, see Bohun
-, his daus. see Anne, Isabel

Thomas:
-, Wal., vicar of Great Tew, 243
-, Wm., vicar of N. Aston, 17
-, Mrs. S. C. Rittson, see RittsonThomas

Thompson, Lillian, 146

Thornhill:
-, C. E., 264
-, Thos., 264, 271
-, W. H., 285

Thornton, Joan, 202

Thorp (Thorpe):
-, Chas., 179
-, Geof. of, 266
-, Ric. (fl. 1524), 175
-, Ric. (fl. 1544, ?another), 217
-, Rob. of, rector of Great Tew, 243
-, Wm., vicar of Sandford St. Martin, 179
-, fam., 216

Throckmorton, Geo., 150, 158

Thrupp, see Kidlington

Thurstan, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Thurston, Ric., 174

Tidmarsh, fam., 123

tile making, 36, 106

Tilgarsley, see Eynsham

Tillieres:
-, Eleanor de, see Vitré
-, Gilb. de, 265

timber merchants, 106, 256

Timms (Tims):
-, John, 202
-, Ric., 289
-, fam., 218, 238

Tintinnalogia, 43

Tipping, —, 193

Tiscot (in Tring, Herts.), 13

Tittenford Bridge, 60, 259, 261

Toddington (Glos.), 233

tokens, see tradesmen's tokens

Tomwell, 107, 286

Tova (fl. 1050), 229

Towler, E. W., 124, 128–9, 267, 277

Towley, Nic., 251

Tracy:
-, (later Keck), Ant., see Keck
-, (later Keck), John (fl. 1729), see Keck
-, (later Keck), John (d. 1774), see Keck
-, Mary, w. of Thos. (later Keck), 238
-, (later Keck), Thos., see Keck fam., 231, 245

trade unions, 26, 37, 62, 188, 284; and see National Agricultural Labourers' Union

trades, see industries

tradesmen's tokens, 106, 218, 240

Trafalgar, battle of, 24

Tredwell:
-, Alex., 154
-, Wm. (fl. 1524), 33
-, Wm. (fl. early 17th cent.), 33
-, Wm. (fl. 1759), 154

Trillowe, John de, rector of Great Tew, 241, 243

Tring (Herts.), see Tiscot

Trinity College, Oxford, 73, 90, 136, 299
-, president of, see Potter, Hannibal

Trippet:
-, Nic., 107
-, fam., 107

Tristropp, John, rector of Rousham and of Lincoln Coll., Oxf., 167

Trivet:
-, Anne, 9
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., 9
-, Joan, 9
-, John, 9, 13
-, Thos. (fl. 1316), 9
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1388), 9
-, Wm., 9, 13

Tucker, fam., 106

Tudor, Jasper, duke of Bedford, 147

Tufton, Sackville, earl of Thanet, 269

tumbril, 108

Turbut:
-, And., 214
-, Wm., 214

Turks, 78

Turner:
-, Edw., 97
-, Jas. (fl. 1833), 278
-, Jas. (fl. 1864), vicar of Deddington, 113, 115–16

turnips, 14, 35, 69–70, 103, 127, 138, 165, 188, 220, 235, 239, 255, 277

turnpikes, see roads

Turstin (fl. 1086), 286, 288

Tusmore, 10, 17, 19, 116, 173, 267

Twyford:
-, Edw., 92
-, Eliz., see Dive

Twyford (Bucks.), 149, 208

Tyte, stream, 169, 171

U

Unitarians, 112

United States of America, 43, 61

Unton:
-, Sir Edw., 134
-, Mary, see Bourchier

Upton-Cottrell-Dormer, Clement, see Cottrell-Dormer

Uxbridge (Mdx), 237

V

Valence:
-, Aymer de, bp. of Winchester, rector of Deddington, 111
-, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke, 89

van Lore, Peter, 93–4

Vanbrugh, Sir John, 124

Vaughan:
-, Wm. (d. 1740), vicar of N. Aston, 17
-, Wm. (d. 1763), vicar of N. Aston, 17

Vaux, Wm. de, and his w. Burge, 48

vée de naam, 4

Veiscele, John, 270

Verdun:
-, Agnes of, see Chesney
-, Rog. of, 148, 155

Vere:
-, (or le Fleming), Baldwin de (fl. c. 1230), 230
-, Baldwin de (fl. 1279, ?another), 230
-, John de, 230, 236n
-, Ranulph de, 230
-, Rob. de, 230, 245n
-, Wm. de, 236n
-, fam., 230, 236, 240

Verney (Vernay):
-, Sir Edm., 280
-, Florence de, 268
-, Phil. de, 268

Vernon:
-, Edw., 14, 17
-, Eliz., 140

vert, 126

Vesci, Isabel de, see Beaumont

vetches, 35, 100, 127, 165, 175, 201–2, 276–7

villages:
-, closed, 1, 22–3, 37, 61
-, deserted or shrunk, 3, 7, 25, 60, 76, 81, 83, 85, 89, 97–9, 122, 132, 137, 169, 171, 176, 195, 202, 211, 259–63, 274–5, 286, 293
-, open, 1, 22–3, 61, 262

Vincent, Geo., 188

Vitré:
-, And. de, rector of Wootton, 281
-, Eleanor de, m. 1 Wm. Paynel, 2 Gilb. de Tillières, 3 Wm. earl of Salisbury, 4 Gilb. Malesmains, 3–4, 265, 279

Vivian son of Ralph, 124

Vulcan, carving of, 83

W

Wadard (fl. 1086), 63, 66, 70, 147, 149–50, 214, 216, 250, 253, 266

Wadard, —son of, 46–7, 50

Wadard, Walkelin, 47

waifs, 4, 240

Wales, 105, 165, 190

Wales, prince of, see Arthur; Edward (the Black Prince)

Waleys, Rob. le, 124

Walker:
-, Cath., see Harborne
-, Edw. (fl. 1677), 198, 205
-, Edw. (fl. 1784), vicar of Steeple Barton and Sandford St. Martin, 73, 179
-, John (d. 1549), rector of Tackley, 205
-, John (fl. 1795), 69
-, Thos., 199
-, Wm. (fl. 1549), 206
-, Wm. (fl. 1757), rector of Tackley and president of St. John's Coll., Oxf., 206

Walker's, engineers, 106

Walkstead:
-, Eliz., see Wilcotes
-, John, 230
-, Sir Ric., 134
-, Wal., rector of Charlton-on-Otmoor, 134

wall paintings, 48, 146, 157, 245, 292

Waller:
-, Dorothy, m. John James, 62, 65, 68
-, Eliz., see Hogan
-, Thos., 62, 65, 72, 174, 178

Wallingford (Berks.), honor of, 64, 67, 162–4, 266–7, 295

Wallis, John, rector of Glympton, 129

Walsh, Wm., 96

Waltele, 263, 272

Walter son of Alan, 287

Walter son of Ralph, 277

Walter at corner, 164

Ward:
-, Joan, see Bernard
-, Ric., 270

ward penny, 4–5, 202

Wardle, Edw., vicar of Great Tew, 243

Wargrave (Berks.), 127

Warkworth (Northants.), 212

Warland, John, vicar of Great Tew, 243

warrens, 138, 161, 233; and see free warren

Warwick:
-, ctss. of, see Longespée
-, earl of, see Beauchamp

Warwickshire, 68, 73, 179, 230, 239n, 288; and see Arlescote; Barcheston; Birmingham; Blacklow Hill; Brailes; Charlecote; Cheylesmore; Eatington; Edge Hill; Ettington; Kenilworth; Maxstoke; Stratfordon-Avon; Sutton-under-Brailes; Whichford; Wolford

water meadows, see meadows

Waterhouse, Alfred, 135

Watson:
-, Jacob (d. 1730), 28
-, Jacob (d. 1803), 24, 28, 36
-, Jacob Marten, 28
-, John Marten, 28
-, Mary, see Marten
-, fam., 34, 36–7, 43

Watts, fam., 43

Way:
-, Eliz., see Lloyd Wheate
-, Wm., 124, 130
-, fam., 130

Weaveley (in Tackley), 194–5, 197, 202, 259, 261, 274, 276
-, agric., 195, 200–3
-, bdy., 194
-, farms, 195, 203
-, fields, 196, 200–1, 203
-, inc., 195, 203
-, man., 200, 268
-, pop., 195
-, tithes, 205, 268, 280

weaving, see textile ind.

Webb (Webbe):
-, Cecily Marg., 79
-, Jas., vicar of Barford St. Michael, 55
-, Thos., vicar of Barford St. Michael, 55
-, Wm., rector of Westcott Barton, 80

Wednesbury (Staffs.), 106, 185

Weedon, John, 150

Welchman:
-, Edw., 119
-, John (fl. c. 1600), 119
-, John (fl. 1712), 79
-, Wm., rector of Westcott Barton, 79–80
-, fam., 79, 107

Welcombe Grove, see Grove Ash

Welles (Wells):
-, Sam., vicar of Banbury, 117
-, —, 235

Wellesbourne, John, 266

Wells, see Welles

Welman, Thos., 88

Wenman:
-, Anne, m. John FitzHerbert, 149
-, Ursula, see Giffard
-, Thos., 149

Wesleyan Reform Union, see Methodists

West, John, 133

West Indies, see Jamaica

West Oxfordshire district, 71, 79, 128, 140, 166, 178, 190, 205, 241, 256, 279, 291, 298

Westmacott, Hen., 292

Westminster, see London

Weston:
-, Garfield, 124
-, Geo., 192
-, Hen. de, vicar of Wootton, 281n
-, Ric., 8
-, Rob., 192
-, Wm., 69, 77
-, fam., 192

Weston Colville (Cambs.), 48

Weston-on-the-Green, 17

Whateley, Thos., 116–17

Wheate:
-, Anne, 124
-, Francis Sackville Lloyd, see Lloyd Wheate
-, Sir Geo., 130
-, Sir Jacob, 124
-, Jeremiah, vicar of Deddington, 112
-, Sir John, 29, 63
-, Mary, m.—Lloyd, 124
-, Mary, w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1746), 124, 130
-, Sarah, 124
-, Thos. (d. 1668), 124
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1721), 124, 127, 129, 220
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1746), 124, 130–1
-, Wm., 122–4, 127, 129–30
-, fam., 124–5, 130

wheelwrights, 37, 53, 106, 177n, 218, 256

Whelton, Thos. of, 231

Whichford (Warws.), 73

White, Wm., 161

Whitehead, C. J., vicar of S. Newington, 157

Whitehill:
-, Adam, 199
-, Hugh of, 199
-, Joan, m. Owen Whitton, 199
-, John (fl. 1316), 199, 202
-, John (fl. 1428), 199
-, Nic. of, 199
-, Phil. of, 199
-, Rob. (fl. 1357), 199, 251
-, Rob. (d. 1526), 199
-, Wal. of (fl. 1279), 199, 201–2, 204
-, Wal. (d. 1463), 199

Whitehill (in Tackley), 194–5, 274
-, agric., 200–3
-, bdy., 194
-, bridge, 195
-, cts., 204
-, dom. archit., 195, 197
-, farms, 203
-, fields, 196, 200–1, 203
-, inc., 195, 203
-, ind., 204
-, man., 4, 199–202, 206
-, mills, 204
-, pop., 195
-, roads to, 194–5, 197, 203, 205
-, Rom. rem., 195
-, tithes, 205

Whitfield:
-, Adam of, 29
-, Eve of, see Longford

Whitley (in Reading, Berks.), 288

Whitton:
-, Joan, see Whitehill
-, Owen, 199
-, Ric., 199

Wickham, Thos., 112

Wickham, see Banbury

Widelie, 195n, 200n, 263

Widford:
-, Anketil of, 267
-, Dan. of, 267

Widford, fee of, 267

Wigginton:
-, Guy of (called Guy fitz Guy), 95
-, Margery of, see Barford
-, Rog. of, 95

Wigginton, 55, 143–4, 155–7

Wight:
-, lady of, see Rivers, Isabel de
-, lds. of, 27, 148, 268; and see Rivers, Baldwin de

Wigmore (Herefs.), honor of, 29

Wilberforce, Sam., bp. of Oxford, 73, 80, 113, 115, 167, 180, 206, 221

Wilcote, 4, 79

Wilcotes (Willicotes):
-, Alice, w. of John, 230, 245
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Rainsford, 230
-, Eliz., w. of John, m. 2 Sir Ric. Walkstead, 134, 230
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., m. 2 John Blacket, 3 Rob. Conyers, 198
-, John, 134, 230–1, 237, 243, 245
-, Marg., m. John Ashfield, 134
-, Thos., and his w. Eleanor, 243
-, Wm., 198

Wildman, John, 9

Wilkinson, Wm., 86, 167, 211, 220, 264

Willan:
-, Thos., 64
-, Wm., 64, 166

Willes, G. E., 116

William II, 229

William IV, 23

William, count of Evreux, 135, 137

William, dean of Wootton, 279

William, earl of Salisbury, 265 his w. Eleanor, see Vitré

William son of Arnulf, 30

William son of Ralph, 241

William son of Robert, 287

William the miller, 190

William the tailor (le Scissor), 149, 157

William (fl. 1086), 63, 162

William (fl. 1086, another), 123, 265

William (fl. 1166), 29

William, Geof. s. of, see Geoffrey

Williams, Jas., vicar of S. Newington, 156–7

Williamscot:
-, Ric. of, 95, 124, 126
-, Wm. of, 150

Williamscot (in Cropredy), 119

Willicotes, see Wilcotes

Wilmot:
-, Mary, m. — Heywood, 173–4, 176–8, 255
-, Sam., 173, 255

Wilsden, fam., 277

Wilson:
-, Ann, w. of Wm. (d. 1860), 296
-, Dan., bp. of Calcutta, 299
-, Dan., s. of above, rector of Over Worton, 299
-, Grace, 292
-, Jos., 288, 292–3, 299
-, Jos. Hen., 288
-, Field Marshal M., 251
-, Mary, 288
-, Wm. (d. 1821), 56, 75, 78, 118–19, 176, 222, 286, 288, 292–3, 296–9
-, Wm. (d. 1860), vicar of Banbury, 115, 296
-, Wm. (d. 1867), 78, 115, 118, 222, 296, 299–300
-, Wm. (fl. 1911), 296
-, Mrs., w. of Wm. (d. 1867), 300
-, fam., 57, 112–13, 294–5, 298–300

Wilton (Wilts.), 93

Wiltshire, 29, 31, 188; and see Amesbury; Bradenstoke; Calstone Wellington; Dinton; Ramsbury; Somerford, Broad; Somerford, Little; Stanley; Wilton

Wimborne, Vct., see Guest, Ivor

Winchcombe, Ric., 113

Winchester, bps. of, see Wykeham; Valence

Winchester (Hants), College, warden of, see Lee, Hen.

Winchmore Hill (in Edmonton, Mdx.), 44

Windrush, riv., 1

Windsor, Other, earl of Plymouth, 140

Windsor (Berks.), 46
-, St. George's chap., 92, 111
-, canons of, 105
-, dean and chapter of, 47, 84, 96, 98, 101, 103, 108, 111, 114

Wing:
-, Wm. (fl. 1767), 36
-, Wm. (fl. 1841), 36, 69
-, fam., 13–14, 17, 23, 34, 37

Winterbourne (Glos.), 55

Wintour, Frances, see Napper

Wirksworth (Derb.), 80

Wisdom, Sim., 199, 203

Wise:
-, Hen., 135
-, Thos., 63
-, Wm. and his w. Etheldred, 63, 65

Witney, 284
-, Caswell (in Curbridge), 80
-, Holloway's Sch., 188

Witney Methodist circuit, 193

woad, 67, 127, 153

Wolford (Warws.), 11

Wollascot, Wm., 220

Wolvercote, 4
-, Cutteslowe, 265

Wood:
-, Capt. Stenhouse, 238–9
-, Thos., 114

Woodcock:
-, Francis, 63
-, Sir Thos., 63
-, —, w. of Francis, see Bradley

Woodeaton, 188, 193

Woodhill:
-, Agnes, m. Ric. Chetwode, 212
-, Ant., 212
-, Eliz., see Chetwode

Woodstock:
-, Hen. of, rector of Wootton, 265, 281
-, John of, 265
-, Thos. of, see Thomas

Woodstock, 1, 3, 105, 126–7, 192
-, as address, 65, 115, 164
-, Blenheim Palace, 128
-, Blenheim (Marlborough) estate, 186, 193, 262–3, 271
-, Blenheim interest (political), 191
-, Pk., see Woodstock, Woodstock Pk.
-, bdy., 259
-, carriers to, 22, 60
-, corporation, 191
-, cts., see Woodstock, Woodstock Pk.
-, ind., 1, 189, 261–2, 277
-, lepers of, 270, 272
-, man. (honor), 3, 31, 183, 185–7, 265, 270, 272, 275, 277–8
-, bailiffs, 3–4, 267
-, man. ho., see Woodstock, Woodstock Manor
-, mayor, 191
-, palace, see Woodstock, Woodstock Manor
-, roads to, 59–60, 120–1, 125, 169, 183–4, 194, 209, 223, 259–62, 293
-, sch., 131, 156, 191, 208, 284
-, Woodstock Manor (royal palace, hunting lodge), 3, 98, 261, 263, 273–4, 281
-, chap., 191, 281
-, garden, 267
-, Woodstock, Old, q.v.
-, Woodstock (later Blenheim) Pk., 1, 4–5, 135, 183, 185, 187, 214, 259, 271–2, 275
-, Ditchley Gate, 261
-, Park Gate ct., 219, 278

Woodstock poor law union, 16, 39, 71, 79, 110, 128, 166, 178, 190, 205, 219, 279, 291, 298

Woodstock rural deanery, 279

Woodstock rural district, 16, 39, 71, 79, 110, 128, 166, 178, 190, 205, 219, 279, 291, 298

Woodstock, Old (in Wootton), 4, 259, 265, 269–70, 275–6, 277, 280–2
-, bdy., 259, 261, 279
-, chap., 279
-, char., 285
-, cts., 265, 278
-, fields, 271–2
-, mill, 259, 277, 280
-, nonconf., 283
-, pop., 261
-, Praunce's Place, 283
-, sch., 284

Woodward:
-, Edw., 164
-, Wm. (fl. 1577), rector of Glympton, 129
-, Wm. (fl. 1648), rector of Glympton, 122, 129

wool, 67, 126, 165, 175
-, comber, 70
-, trade, 67, 95, 105–6, 176, 274

Woolfe, fam., 116

Wootton:
-, Jordan of, 267
-, Ralph of, 267
-, Ric., 19
-, Rob. of, 267
-, Rog. of, 267
-, Thos. of, 267

Wootton, 1, 32, 36, 73, 120, 123, 125, 128, 188, 259–85, 260, 272
-, adv., 279–80, 282
-, agric., 259–60, 264, 271–7
-, as address, 122, 188
-, bdy., 59, 120, 123, 195, 259, 262, 264–5, 279
-, bridges, 261–2, 279
-, Milford, 259, 261–3, 271, 280
-, Stratford, 261, 263, 273, 277
-, Tittenford, q.v.
-, chant., 281
-, chaplains, 281; and see Geoffrey
-, char., 276, 283, 285
-, ch., 128, 261–2, 264, 279–83
-, clubs, 264, 279
-, cts., 265, 273, 278
-, curates, 280–2
-, dom. archit., 261–2, 264, 266, 270, 276
-, Dornford, q.v.
-, farms, 276–7
-, Balliol, 270, 276–7
-, the Farmhouse, 270, 276
-, Grimsdyke, 264, 271
-, Home, 262, 276, 280–1
-, Limbeck, 264, 271–2
-, Littleworth, see Wootton, Littleworth
-, Manor, 262, 270–1, 276–7
-, Parrott's, 262, 276
-, Starveall, 261, 264, 272, 276, 283, 285
-, West End, 262, 276
-, Wootton Downs, 264, 276–7, 280 feast, 264
-, fields, 262, 269, 271–2, 275–6
-, glebe, 262, 271–2, 280–1
-, Hollybank, 264, 277
-, Hordley, q.v.
-, inc., 259–60, 262, 264, 269–72, 274, 276, 280, 283, 285
-, ind. and trade, 262, 277
-, inns, 261–2
-, Killingworth Castle, 262, 278
-, Littleworth, 259, 264, 271–2, 276, 279–80, 285
-, Ludwell, q.v.
-, man., 3, 30, 32, 59, 264–73, 275–6, 279, 281
-, Marriott Memorial Hall, 284
-, mills, 261–2, 270, 272–3, 276–8, 280
-, nonconf., 262, 264, 282–4
-, par. council, 264, 279
-, par. officers, 278–9, 283
-, poor relief, 278–9
-, pop., 3, 261, 274
-, prehist. rem., 261
-, rectors, 39, 273, 275–6, 278–83; and see Cary, John; Hoffman; Lee, L. C.; Lee, W. B.; Woodstock, Hen. of
-, rectory est., 264, 271, 276, 280
-, rectory ho., 281; and see Wootton, Wootton Place
-, roads, 260–1, 278–9, 281
-, roads to, 59–60, 75, 120, 169, 194–5, 209, 223, 247, 260–2
-, Rom. Cath., 283
-, Rom. rem., 261
-, sch., 131, 262, 284–5
-, tithes, 259, 273, 275, 280, 282
-, vestry, 261, 278–9
-, vicarage ho., 280–1
-, vicars, 279–81; and see Fordiane; Weston, Hen. de

water supply, 262
-, woodland, 259, 261, 265, 271–2, 281
-, Fewden, 259, 272
-, Gunnildegrove, 272, 274
-, Wootton (or King's) wood, 186, 259, 264, 272
-, Woodleys, 121, 195n, 200n, 259–61, 263–4, 269, 271–2, 276
-, Woodstock, Old, q.v.
-, Wootton Place (former rectory ho.), 261–2, 276, 280–1
-, Wootton Yards, see Aston, Steeple
-, Workhouse Yard, 279, 283

Wootton, North, division, see Oxfordshire

Wootton hund., 1–5, 2, 33, 38, 102, 131, 195, 259, 265, 268, 272, 279, 287
-, bailiffs of, 4, 38, 54, 128, 154, 298
-, constables, 5
-, cts., 4–5, 28, 33, 38, 50, 54, 128, 154, 177, 290, 298
-, divisions, 5
-, foot levies, 4, 30

Wootton rural deanery, 279
-, deans of, see Anketil; William

Worcester, Rog. of, rector of Deddington, 111

Worcester, bp. of, see Hough

Worcester, 194, 260, 262
-, priory, 133

Worcestershire, see Bromsgrove; Droitwich; Evesham; Powick; Shipston-on-Stour

Worton:
-, John of, 287–8
-, Hen. of, 97, 287–8

Worton, see Cassington

Worton, Little, see Worton, Nether

Worton, Nether (Little Worton), 4, 80, 89, 97, 177n, 234, 285–93, 296, 299
-, adv., 291
-, agric., 289–90
-, as address, 56, 92, 119, 222, 298–9
-, bdy., 45, 83, 285, 293
-, bridge, 285
-, ch., 73, 179, 223, 241, 273, 285–7, 291–2, 299–300
-, cts., 5, 290–1
-, curates, 291–2
-, dom. archit., 286, 288
-, farms, 286, 288–90
-, fields, 286–90
-, glebe, 289, 291
-, inc., 285–6, 289–90
-, ind. and trade, 286
-, man., 173, 251, 286–9, 292, 295
-, man. hos. 286, 288
-, mills, 286, 289–90
-, nonconf., 292
-, par. officers, 291
-, poor relief, 290, 298
-, pop., 285–6, 289
-, prehist. rem., 285–6
-, rectory ho., 291
-, roads, 285
-, road to, 169, 223
-, Rom. Cath., 287, 292
-, sch., 75, 286, 292–3, 300
-, tithes, 287, 291–2

Worton, Over, 4, 80, 119, 177n, 273, 285–6, 293–300, 294
-, adv., 298–9
-, agric., 296–8
-, as address, 4, 75, 78, 112–13, 115, 118, 134, 176, 222
-, bdy., 209, 285, 293
-, char., 300
-, ch., 73, 115, 291–2, 298–300
-, cts., 5, 298
-, curates, 299
-, dom. archit., 294–5
-, farms, 294, 298
-, fields, 294, 296–8
-, glebe, 296–9
-, inc., 119, 293, 297, 299–300
-, man., 286, 295–300
-, man. ho., 293–4; and see Over Worton House
-, nonconf., 300
-, Over Worton Ho., 293–5, 300
-, par. officers, 298–300
-, poor relief, 298
-, pop., 286, 293
-, prehist. rem., 293
-, rectors, 292, 296–7, 299–300; and see Foster; Potter; Taylor, Ant.
-, rectory ho., 293–4, 298–9
-, roads, 293
-, road to, 59, 61, 75, 172, 179, 209, 285
-, Rom. Cath., 300
-, Rom. rem., 293
-, sch., 292–3, 300
-, tithes, 299
-, woodland, 293, 297–8

Worton brook, 107–8, 169, 171

Wright:
-, Map., 77–8
-, Rob., vicar of Steeple Barton, 73
-, fam., 76

Writs, return of, 108

Wulfward the White, 123, 265

Wychwood forest, 1, 120–1, 125–6, 183, 186, 209, 224, 259, 261, 271, 274, 281; and see Bloxham Wood; Glympton, woodland; Stonesfield, woodland; Wootton, woodland

Wycombe (Bucks.), 94

Wyer:
-, Jas., vicar of Deddington, 112, 117
-, Mrs., 117

Wygein, Wm., 48

Wykeham, Wm., bp. of Winchester, 48, 283

Wyld:
-, Geo., 251–2, 255
-, Thos., 251, 255

Wyncott, Rob., 254

Wynniat, Reg., 140

Y

Yarnton, 4, 166, 174, 270
-, 'hundred' of, 4

Yates:
-, Ant., 97
-, fam., 116

Yattendon:
-, Aline of, see Bath
-, Nic. of, 123

Yelford, Thos. of, 250, 253

Yenn, John, 10

York, abp. of, see Gray, Wal.; Neville, Geo.

Yorke:
-, Edw., 268
-, F. R. S., 277, 281
-, Geo., 268

Yorkshire, 27, 43, 134, 287, 290; and see Beswick; Beverley; Drax; Frickley; Halnaby; Pontefract; Rougemont; Scarborough; Sheffield

Young:
-, Arthur, 98, 100, 103, 188, 228, 238, 255
-, Ric., 164
-, Rog., 32
-, Sam., 142
-, fam., 142

Z

Zouche:
-, John, see Dynham
-, John (fl. 1501), Ld. Zouche, 64, 295
-, John (fl. 1533), Ld. Zouche, 64, 162
-, fam., 27, 64, 268, 295



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