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Note. The following abbreviations have been used: abp., archbishop; Abr., Abraham; acct., account; Ad., Adam; admin., administration; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; Amb., Ambrose; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; archd., archdeacon; Art., Arthur; b., born; Baldw., Baldwin; Bart., Bartholomew; Ben., Benjamin; Bern., Bernard; bldg., building; bnss., baroness; bp., bishop; Brig.-Gen., Brigadier-General; bro., brother; bt., baronet; c., century; c., circa; card., cardinal; Cath., Catherine; ch. (chs.), church(es); ch. bldg., church building; ch. hist., church history; chant. (chants.), chantry (chantries); chap. (chaps.), chapel(s); char. (chars.), charity (charities); Chas., Charles; chpl., chaplain; civ. war, Civil War; clk., clerk; coll., college; comms., commissioners; Compt. cens., Compton Census; const., constable; cr., created; ct. (cts.), court(s); ctss., countess; cttee., committee; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; Dav., David; dchss., duchess; dom. arch., domestic architecture; ec. hist., economic history; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; est. (ests.), estate(s); f., father; fl. flourished; Fr., Father; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gil., Gilbert; grddau., granddaughter; grds., grandson; Greg., Gregory; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; ho. (hos.), house(s); hon., honor; hosp., hospital; How., Howard; Humph., Humphrey; hund. (hunds.), hundred(s); incl., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jon., Jonathan; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; jurisd., jurisdiction; Kath., Katherine; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; Ld., Lord; Len., Lennard; Leon., Leonard; Lew., Lewis; m., married; Magd., Magdalen; Maj., Major; Maj.-Gen., Major-General; man., manor; Man. Ho., Manor House; Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; mchss., marchioness; med., medieval; Mic., Michael; mkt., market; Mqss., Marquess; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; noncf., nonconformity occs., occupations; Osw., Oswald; Oxf., Oxford; P.N., Place-Names; par., parish; par. govt., parish government; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pk., park; Pncss., Princess; poor rel., poor relief; pop., population; Pres., President; Princ., Principal; profssns., professions; prop., property; Prot. noncf., Protestant nonconformity; Prov., Provost; prss. (prsses.), prioress(es); quad., quadrangle; r., rector; rcty., rectory; Rcty., Rectory (building); rds., roads; Reg., Reginald; rems., remains; Revd., Reverend; Reyn., Reynold; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom. Cathm., Roman Catholicism; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch. (schs.), school(s); Seb., Sebastian; Sim., Simon; Soc., Society; soc. conds., social conditions; Sol., Solomon; sr., senior; St., Street; Steph., Stephen; Theoph., Theophilus; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; top., topography; univ., university; v., vicar; vct., viscount; vctss., viscountess; Vic., Vicarage; vill., village; Vinc., Vincent; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Ward., Warden; wd. (wds.), wood(s); wid., widow; Wm., William; yeo. fam., yeoman family.

A

Abberbury, Sir Ric. (fl. 1393), 193; Ric. (fl. 1415), 193

Abingdon, earls of, 11, 13, 14, 63; ests., 10, 11, 12, 13, 58, 63, 74; and see Bertie

Abingdon (Berks.), 112, 148, 236, 244, 271, 272, 279 n, 284; barony of, 139; fair, 67; hosp. of St. John at, 149; man., 146; Q. Sess., 113

Abingdon Abbey, 104, 105, 111, 279; abbots, 98, 110, 243; and see Athelhelm; Dorset; Ealdred; Faritius; Hanney; Ordric; Rainald; Salford; Vincent; advowson, 245; prop. in Arncot, 19; Chippinghurst, 107; Cuddesdon, 98, 101, 102; Denton, 106; Garsington, 137, 139, 144, 151; Littlemore, 207–8; Nuneham Courtenay, 242; Sandford, 268, 269; the Vent, 116; Wheatley, 109, 114

Achard, Joan, m. Pet. de la Mare (d. 1349), 33

Ackerman, John, architect, 14

Acland, Sir Hen., 197

Acton, Mary Butterfield, w. of Sam., 167; Sam., 167; fam., 159

Adam s. of Siward (or the Rich), 141

Adam the ferryman, Hen. s. of, 272

Adam, Rob., architect, 238 n

Adampys, Thos., 287

Adams, Geo., farmer, 120

Addington (Bucks.), 298, 299, 308; and see Carbonel

Addison, Jos., essayist, 316

Adeane, Whorwood, 113

Adela, Queen, 284

Adlestrop (Glos.), 18

Admiralty, the, 239

Adrian IV, Pope, 107

Ady, Sol., 108

Aelfhere, Earl, 101.

Agar-Ellis, Hen., Vct. Clifden, 305

Agillon, Marg., see Riviers; Rob., 240

Agincourt, battle of, 50

Agnes dau. of John the ferryman, 51

Agnes la passeresse, 234, 242

Agnes (fl. 1275), 85

Air Ministry, the, 239

Aisheton, — (fl. 1537), 101

Akeman Street, 15, 16, 20, 249

Akenny, de, Isabel, m. 1 Pain de la Mare, 2 John Pecche, 138, 142, 144, 145; Joan, wid. of Rog., 138, 145; Ralph, 138; Rog., 138, 145

Alabaster carving (15th-c.), 274

Albert, the Prince Consort, 101

Albury (Aldberie), 5, 8–14, 51; char., 14; ch. bldg., 14; ch. hist., 13–14; civ. war, 9, 11; Compt. cens., 11; ec. hist., 11–13; farms, 11, 12, 13; field syst., 12; incl., 12; inns, 8; mans., 9–11; mills, 8; noncf., 14; P.N., 11; pop., 11, 14; rectors, 13– 14; Rcty., 8, 13, 14; schs., 14; taxes, 12, 318; top., 8–9; wds., 8, 11; yeo. fam., 12; and see Tiddington

Alchester, in Wendlebury, 3, 225

Aldbourne (Wilts.), bell foundry at, 14

Aldermaston (Berks.), 33

Alders (Tamworth) Ltd., 271

Aldgitha, dau. of Wigod of Wallingford, m. Robt. d'Oilly (fl. 1086), 60

Aldworth, Thos., 149; Wm. (fl. 1811), 149; Wm. (fl. 1848), 108

Aldworth (Berks.), 252

Alexander III, Pope, 52

Alexander, Bp. of Lincoln, 229

Alexander the miller, 85

Alexander le sutere, 174

Aleyn, Master John, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 316

Alfred, King, 64

Alice dau. of Ad., m. Sir Wm. de Coleville, 141

Alice dau. of Thos. le smyth, 209

All Souls Coll., Oxf., 67, 163, 164, 183; fellows of, 202

Allam, And. (b. 1655), 137, 142; And. (fl. 1665), 137; John (fl. 1506), 39; John (fl. 16th c.), 54; fam., 137

Allen, Gabriel, 253; Mary Kath., 172; Rebecca, 99; fam., 28

Allin, John, 209; Ric. (d. 1790), 201, 204, 209, 212; Ric. (fl. 1830), 209; fam., 201, 209, 212

Almaria, de, see Damory, Gil.

Almond, John, 174

Almshouses, 58, 76, 266

Alston, Penning, 224; Sarah, m. Sir Edm. Harrington, 224

Alward the miller, w. and dau. of, 271

Alwi (fl. 11th c.), 10

Amaury of Cowley, 82, 84; and see Amory

Ambrosden, 3, 7, 15–30, 60, 61, 224, 230, 234; char., 22, 23, 29–30; ch. bldg., 26–28; ch. hist., 23–26, 256; civ. war, 17, 25; Compt. cens., 28; dom. arch., 16; ec. hist., 20–23; farms, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24; field syst., 20, 21; incl., 21, 22, 25; inns, 15, 16, 17, 23; mans., 17–20; mills, 15; occs., 23; Park, 15, 16, 18; P.N., 20; poor rel., 22; pop., 20, 22, 23; Prot. noncf., 28–29; rds., 15; Rom. Cathm., 17–18, 28; schs., 15, 29; soc. conds., 22–23, 26; taxes, 15, 16, 318; top., 15–17; vicars, 16, 22, 25–26, 256, 258; Vic., 16; wds., 15, 20, 21; worthies, 16, 17, 18, 28; and see Arncot, Lower; Arncot, Upper; Blackthorn; St. Valery, hon. of

Ambrosden Amicable Soc. of Tradesmen, 23

American Military Hospital, in Holton, 109

Amory, And. (fl. 1225), 82; And. (fl. 1279), 82, 85; Geof., 82; Wm., 85; fam., 84, 85, 87

Anabaptists, 14, 75, 121, 188

Anchorites, see Hermits

Andelet, John, 12

Anderson fam., 143

Andrews (Andrewes), John, 231; Ric., 304

Anfred, Wm. s. of, 195

Anglo-Saxon remains, 100, 115; rds., 96, 116, 123, 168

Anna, Nic. de, 23

Anne, Queen, chaplain to, 25; and see Queen Anne's Bounty

Anne, queen of Ric. II, 62, 193

Anne (Boleyn), queen of Hen. VIII, 241

Anne of Cleves, queen of Hen. VIII, 160 n

Annora, the anchoress, see Braose

Appleby, Sir John, 63, 70, 253, 277; Marg., see Hadlow

Appropriations of churches, see Ambrosden; Baldon, Toot; Beckley; Cowley; Cuddesdon; Elsfield; Forest Hill; Headington; Horspath; Iffley; Marston; Merton; Sandford; Waterperry; Woodperry

Archdale, Abr., 100, 109, 110, 115; John, 110n; Martin, 110; Mary, w. of Thos., 110; Mary, m. — Moulton, 110; Ric. (d. 1577), 110, 126; Ric. (d. 1638), 110; Ric. (fl. 1648), 110; Thos., 110; fam., 98

Architects, see Ackerman; Adam, R.; Beazley; Bliss, R.; Bodley; Brooks; Brown, Lancelot; Bruton; Buckler; Buckeridge; Bury; Butterfield; Carr, J.; Clark, R. N.; Clarke, Jos.; Clarke, Somers; Comper; Crossley; Derick; Dodd, F.; Drinkwater, H. W. G.; Ferrey; Gandon; Hawksmoor; Holland, Hen.; Howard, F. E.; Hussey, R. C.; Jackson, Sir Thos.; Kent, Wm.; Keys; Leadbetter; Malcolm; Mowbray; Micklethwaite; Miller, Sanderson; Neighbour, S. W.; Nicholson, O.; Openshaw; Potter; Rickman; Richardson, Sir A. E.; Robertson, Dan.; Rogers, H. S.; Rolfe; Scott, Sir Geo. Gil.; Scott, J. O.; Sims, Joshua; Smirke; Smith, G.; Soane; Street; Stuart; Sulman; Tollit; Underwood; Vanbrugh; Woodyer; Woolfe

Armagh, abps. of, see Robinson, Ric.; Usher

Armborough, Thos., 111

Armstrong, Francis, 204

Arncot, Lower (or Prioris), in Ambrosden, 7, 15, 17, 20; man., 19, 20; taxes, 318; and see Ambrosden

Arncot, Upper (or Abbatis), in Ambrosden, 6, 7, 16, 21; man., 19–20; mills, 16; taxes, 318; and see Abingdon Abbey; Ambrosden

Arncot Bridge, in Ambrosden, 15

Arncot Ordnance Depot, see War Dept. Base

Arnold, Mat., poet, 206

Arthur, Duke of Connaught, 95

Arthur, Wm., 193

Ascelina the widow, 254 n

Ascot (Berks.), 19 n

Ash, of, John (fl. 1200), 63; John (fl. 1242), 63; John (fl. 1361), 63; Nic., 63; Niel, 63; Pet., 63; Rog., 63; Wal., 63; Wm., 63; fam., 64

Ash (or Esses, Nash End, Nashe), in Beckley, 6, 56, 63, 64, 65, 68, 72, 225; and see Beckley

Ash (Bucks.), 253

Ashendon Hund. (Bucks.), 56

Ashhurst, Miss C. A., 304; Revd. T. H., 306, 309; Sir Wm. Hen., 19, 304

Ashridge Coll. (Herts.), 15, 16, 17, 18, 27, 28, 256; appropriated ch., 23, 24, 25

Asthall man., 61

Astley, Anne, w. of Ric., 176; Ric., 176

Aston, Sir Art., 178

Aston, deanery of, 43

Aston, Steeple, 20

Astyn, —, and his w., 52; Grace, m. Sir Seb. Smythe (d. 1733), 102; fam., 52

Athelhelm, Abbot of Abingdon, 19, 109, 139, 239

Athelstan, King, 268

Athelward (fl. 1034), 268

Atherton, Humph., 32, 40

Atkyns, Rob., 265; Thos., 261; Wm., mason, 163

Atterbury, Francis, Dean of Christ Church, 275

Attewelle, Ralph, 167

Aubrey, Eliz. Sophia, m. Chas. S. Ricketts, 252; Frances, see Jephson; Sir John (d. 1700), bt., 252; Sir John (d. 1743), bt., 252; Sir John (d. 1767), bt., 252; Mary, see Lewis; Sir Thos., bt., 252; Sir Thos. Digby, bt., 252; and see Aubrey Aubrey; Aubrey Fletcher

Aubrey Aubrey (formerly Ricketts), Chas., 252

Aubrey Fletcher (formerly Fletcher), Sir Hen. (d. 1911), bt., 252; Sir Hen., bt., 252; Sir Lancelot, bt., 252

Audley, Edm., Bp. of Salisbury, 35, 52, 55, 143; Hugh, 102, 241

Audley Chantry, see Salisbury Cathedral

Augustinian canons, see Dorchester Abbey

Aumale, ctss. of, see Riviers, Isabel

Aumary, see Damory

Aurelius Ambrosius, 20

Austin canons, see Dorchester Abbey

Austin friars, see Oxford friaries

Austruy, Baldw. de, const. of Boulogne, 80

Avenel, Helewis, see Wadard; Wm., 311

Avery, Jas., 231

Avery, Messrs., of Wheatley, 112

Aylesbury (Bucks.), 305

Azor (Azur) (fl. 1066), s. of Toti, 33, 63, 191

B

Bacon, John, auth. of Liber Regis, 306; Marg., see Pollard; Dr. Nat. or Phanuel, 31, 40, 44, 45, 48, 48 n, 49, 54

Bacun, Mabel, 50

Badger, Alice, 133; fam., 66

Bado, Geodo de, see Doe

Baggesore, Phil. of, 278

Bagot, Ric., Bp. of Oxf., 99

Bagshawe, Chas., 26; Edw., 25, 28

Bailey, Revd. —, 54

Bailiff, Wm. the, 225

Bainbridge, Chris., Abp. of York, 49, 50, 51

Baker, Mary, 292

Bakesware (Herts.), 141

Baldington (Baldindon, Baldinton), Agnes, m. 1 Wm. Brome, 2 Geof. Gate, 10, 171; Alice, w. of John, 9, 10, 143, 145; Hen. de, 51; Joan, w. of Sir Wm., 10; John, 9, 10, 143; Rob. de, 51; Thos., 10, 171; Uctredus de, 51; Wm. de (fl. 1086), 37; Wm. de (fl. 1220), 51; Wm. de (fl. 1255), 37, 51, 52; Sir Wm. (d. 1419), 10, 51; fam., arms of, 171

Baldington man., in Thame, 52

Baldon, Hugh of, 51

Baldon, Bishop's, see Baldon Row

Baldon, Little (Baldon Willelmi), in Toot Baldon, 4, 34, 35, 37, 42, 44, 47, 52, 234, 249; man., 51–52; and see Baldon, Toot

Baldon, Marsh (or Baldon Windsor), 5, 6, 30–46, 51, 52, 63, 143; chap., 42, 44; char., 47; ch. bldg., 45–46; ch. hist., 42–45; ct. rolls, 38, 39 n, 41 n; crops, 39, 40, 41; dom. arch., 31–32; Durham Leys Farm, 31, 32; ec. hist., 30, 31, 32, 35–42, 44; farms, 41, 42, 44; field map, 36; field syst., 38, 40; fields, 31, 38 n, 39, 40, 41, 43; Green, 30, 31, 33, 39; Ho., 30, 32, 247; incl., 38, 39, 40, 41, 44, 45; inn, 32; lesser est., 35; man., 33–35, 52; noncf., 46; occs., 42; P.N., 35, 38 n, 40; pop., 38, 40, 42; rcty., 32, 45; rds., 30, 31, 41; sch., 46; taxes, 32, 34, 35, 38, 40, 42; top., 30–33; vill. map, 31; wds., 30, 37; worthies, 32–33; yeo. fams., 31–32, 40, 44

Baldon, Toot, 33, 47–56, 148; char., 47, 55; ch. bldg., 55; ch. hist., 43, 44, 45, 52–55; civ. war, 55; Compt. cens., 55; Court Leys, 39, 48; ct. rolls, 50 n; curacy, 53; dom. arch., 48–49; ec. hist., 35–42, 52; farms, 47, 48, 49; field map, 36; fields, 47; Green, 47, incl., 52; inns, 48; Louches Ct., 48; mans., 49–52, 107; noncf., 55; occs., 48; P.N., 35; pop., 42; rds. 47; sch., 46, 55; taxes, 48, 51, 52, 55; top., 30, 47, 134; Vic., 49; vill. map, 31; windmill, 47 wds., 47; worthies, 49; yeo. fams., 49; and see Baldon, Little; Baldon Row; Baldon St. Lawrence; Baldon, Marsh

Baldon, Willelmi, see Baldon, Little

Baldon Brook, 30, 47, 134.

Baldon Health, 41

Baldon Row (Baldon in the Row or Bishop's Baldon), 47, 48; and see Baldon, Toot

Baldon St. Lawrence, in Toot Baldon, 4, 6, 35, 37, 42, 44, 47, 50, 51, 52, 146, 211; man., 49–50; sch., 249

Baldon Windsor, see Baldon, Marsh

Baldons, the, 2, 234, 243; and see St. Valery, hon. of; Wallingford, hon. of

Balfour, Melville, later the Hon., 174

Ball, Geo., 133; Jane, 133; Ric. (or Bell), 211

Ballard, John, 316

Balliol Coll., Oxf., 164; master of, 18

Bamburgh, Gil. de, 172

Bampton, Jos., 44, 54

Banastre, Laur., 252.; Marg., m. Wm. Lewis, 252; Mary, see Dynharn

Banbury, earl of, see Knollys, Sir Wm.

Banbury, 123; barony of, 35, 51; Unitarian chap in, 213

Bancroft, John, Bp. of Oxf., 100, 104

Baptists, 99, 214, 265, 266; and see Anabaptists

Barantyne (Barentine), Drew, 110, 240; Jane, see Lewknor; Joan, see Drayton; John, 107; Sir Wm., 110

Barbados, bp. of, see Coleridge

Barclay, Jack, 48

Bardolf, Anne, m. 1 Sir Wm. Clifford, 2 Reyn., Ld. Cobham, 170, 171; Eliz., see Damory; Joan, m. Sir Wm. Phelip, Ld. Bardolf, 170; John, Ld. Bardolf, 170; Rob., 171; Thos., Ld. Bardolf, 170; Wm., Ld. Bardolf, 170; and see Beaumont, Wm.; Phelip

Bards man., in Caversfield (Bucks.), 224

Barentine, see Barantyne

Barford Cheney, 311

Barford St. Michael, 52

Barker, Sir Ant., 312; Sir Hen., 312; Hugh, 253, 254; Mary, m. Sam. Sandys, 253 n; fam., 312

Barlow, Ann, 46

Barnard (Barnarde), Anne, m. 1 John Doyley, 2 Sir Jas. Harrington, 3 Sir Hen. Poole, 223, 227, 233; Thos., see Kennington; Wal., see Kennington; —, 201; fam., 201

Barnwall, Frances, see Brinkhurst; John, see Barnwall Curson

Barnwall Curson (formerly Barnwall), John, 299, 299 n, 303, 306

Barron, Jas., 186

Barston, Geo., 106, 107; John, 101, 106, 107; Ric., 101; Thos., 101

Bartholomew of Kent, kt., 171

Bartlett, Geo., 101; John, 233; Mary, 233; Ric. (d. 1683), 233; Ric. (d. 1685), 233; Ric. (d. 1722), 233; Wm. (d. 1717), 233; Wm. (fl. 1718), 233

Barton (Old Barton), in Headington, 4, 158–9, 163, 278, 318; Man. Ho., 159

Barton St. John man., 284

Basse, Agnes, 313; Iseult, 314

Basset, Agnes, see FitzNiel; Alan, 19; Alice, m. John Biset, 160; Gil. (fl. 12th c.), 224; Gil. (fl. 1200), 160; Isabel, 192; Joan, or of Piddington, m. 1 Guy de Ryhale, 2 Sim. de Gerardmolendino, 3 Aubrey de Dammartin, 224, 251, 252; John, 174; Philippa, m. 1 Hen. de Newburgh, Earl of Warwick, 2 Ric. Siward, 5, 6, 137, 160, 294; Reyn., 80 n, 84; Thos. (fl. 12th c.), 224; Thos. (fl. 1200), 5, 160

Bastard, Rob., 283; Thos. (or Hye), 216

Bastian, Mr., 141, 147

Bate, Wm., 304

Bath (Som.) stone, 137

Bath and Wells, bps. of, see Giffard, Lake, Piers

Bathurst, Dr. Ralph, Pres. of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 153, 154, 156

Batoni, Pompeo, painter, 18 n, 46

Bayeux, bp. of, see Odo

Bayley, Wm., 105

Baynton, Eliz., w. of Sir Rob., 34; John, 33, 34, 43; Nic. de, and his w. Joan, 33; Sir Rob., 34; Thos., 33, 34

Bayswater Bridge, in Headington, 157

Bayswater Brook (or Wash Brook), 123, 157, 163, 214, 282, 289

Bayworth, in Sunningwell (Berks.), 269

Beale & Thynne, organ builders, 93

Beauchamp, Alice, see Tony; Eliz., see Braybroke, Roches; Guy de, Earl of Warwick (d. 1315), 138; Sir John, of Powick, 33; Ric., Ld. St. Amand, 43; Sir Wal., of Bromham, 33, 43; Wm., 43

Beaufeu, Agnes, w. of Hen. (d. c. 1273), 297; Hen. (fl. 1200), 297; Hen. (d. c. 1273), 5, 297, 300, 305; Isabel, m. Ric. Rusholm, 297, 307, 307 n; Ric. (fl. c. 1180), 297; Ric. (d. 1246), 5, 297, 300; 302, 304; Ric. (fl. 1279), 297; Ric. (d. by 1350), 297, 302; Rog., 297; Thos., 297; fam., 297, 301; fee, 298, 302

Beaumont, Eliz. Vctss., see Phelip; Hen. de, 285; Hugh, see Poer; John, Vct. Beaumont, 171; Marg. de, m. Saer de Quincey, Earl of Winchester, 208; Marg. de, see St. John; Wm., Ld. Bardolf, later Vct. Beaumont, 171; fam., earls of Leicester, 208

Beaumont, in Oxford, 260; and see Wolvercote

Beazley, C. N., architect, 28

'Becchanlea' (Suss.), 64

Beche, de la, Isabel, 298; John, 298; Nic., 252

Becket, Thos., Abp. of Canterbury, 223

Beckley, 6, 7, 17, 56–76, 116, 117, 125, 160, 216, 278, 288, 293; char., 76; ch. bldg., 74–75, 292; ch. hist., 71– 74; civ. war, 60; commons, 56, 57, 70; ct. rolls, 67–68, 74; dom. arch., 57–58; ec. hist., 64–71; farms, 57, 58, 66, 69; field map, 65; field syst., 67, 68; geology, 57; Grove Ho., 57, 60, 66, 72; incl., 66, 68, 69, 70–71, 72; inns, 56, 57, 58, 69, 71; Lower Park Farm (the Lodge), 57–58; mans., 57, 60–64, 66, 68, 69, 294; Man. Ho., 57; Middle Park Farm, 57–58; mills, 60, 66, 72; noncf., 75; occs., 66, 67; Palace, 57–58; Park, 56–57, 61, 62, 66, 67, 294; Pinfold Green, 56; P.N., 56, 64; pop., 64, 66; quarries, 57; rectors, 69, 294; rcty. est., 71–72; Roman villa, 64; schs., 66, 75–76, 293; taxes, 64, 66, 318; top., 56– 60, 64; Upper Park Farm, 57–58; vicars, 73; Vic., 57, 60, 73; wds., 56, 57, 67, 68–70; yeo. fams., 66; see also Ash; Horton; Marlake; Otmoor; St. Valery, hon. of; Studley; Studley Priory; Whitecross Green

Beckley and Stowood, civ. par., 56

Beclee, John, mason, 163

Bedford, ctss. of, see Isabel; duke of (fl. c. 1700), 72; earl of, see Coucy

Bedston, Wm., 285

Bedyll, Sir Wm., 81, 178, 180, 182

Bee, Ann, m. Theoph. Leigh, 72, 75; Edw., 57, 72, 75; Mary, w. of Edw., 75; fam., 75

Beecher, W., 104

Begbroke, 50, 316

Bell, Ric., see Ball; Thos. (fl. 1462), 196; Thos. (fl. 1472), 200; Wm., 154

Bell-founders, see Carter, Jos.; Derbie; Green, Ric.; Hemins; Jannaway; Keene, Ric.; Knight; Mears, C. & G.; Mears & Stainbank; Rudhall; Taylor, W., and W. & J.; Weston, Pet. de; White, John

Bell plan, the, 99

Bells (medieval), 122, 167, 265, 308

Benedictine Order, priests of, 308

Benfield & Loxley, Messrs., contractors, 270

Benford, Bart., 102

Benham, Wm., 38

Benlowe, Rob., 195

Bennett, Hen., 317; J. M. C., 95; Thos., 292; fam., arms of, 58, 58 n

Benningfield, Mat., 28

Benson, Fr. R. M., 91, 92, 93, 95

Benson, 55

Benwell, Wm., 212

Beoley (Worcs.), 241

Bereford, John (fl. 1363), and his wife Agnes, 196; John (fl. 1386), 196

Berkeley, Marg., see Lisle; Thos., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1417), 9

Berkshire, earl of, see Norreys, Francis

Bernard of Savoy, 138

Bernard, Nic., 197; Wm., 194, 195

Bernwood Forest, 21, 67, 69, 221, 225, 225 n, 250, 300, 304

Bertie, Vct., see Bertie, Francis Leveson

Bertie, Bridget, see Wray; Francis Leveson, Vct. Bertie of Thame, 63; Hon. Fred., 14; Jas., Ld. Norreys, Earl of Abingdon (d. 1699), 10, 63; Lady Mary, 14; Montagu, Ld. Willoughby, Earl of Lindsey (d. 1666), 63; Montagu, Earl of Abingdon (d. 1743), 66; Montagu, Earl of Abingdon (d. 1855), 70, 71, 74; Rob., Earl of Lindsey (d. 1642), 119 n, 182; Rob. (fl. 1702), 179

Bewforrest, Luke, 102

Bibury (Glos.) stone, 16

Bicester, 5, 17, 18, 19, 27, 57, 221, 233, 254, 257; dean of, 25; fair, 67; mkt., 229; Market End, 15; noncf., 28, 29; Priory, 16, 19, 21, 22; rcty., 231; sch., 25, 258; v. of, 21

Bicester stone, 28, 29

Biggs, Thos. (fl. 1559), 66; Thos. (d. 1611), 66; fam., 66

Bignell, in Bicester, 62

Bigod, Rog., Earl of Norfolk (d. 1306), 61

Binsey, 2, 3, 87, 216, 218

Bird (of Norwich), Balley, mapmaker, 310

Birmingham Oratory, Frs. of, 213

Biscoe, Anne, m. Tim. Earle, 172, 176 n; Elisha, 5, 161, 169, 172, 175, 176; Eliz., formerly Earle, 172, 176, 177; Frances, formerly Earle, 172, 177; Mary Anne, see Earle; fam., 176; and see Tyndale Biscoe

Biset, Alice, see Basset; Ela, m. J. of Wootton, 160; Isabel, m. Hugh de Plescy (d. 1292), 160; John, 160; Marg., m. John de Rivers, 160

Bishop, fam., 159

Bisshopp, Sir Cecil, bt., later Ld. Zouche de Haryngworth, 244, 245

Bixtrop, Mat. de, 125, 130, 290

Blacheman (fl. 1046), 268

Blachford, Ld., see Rogers, Fred.

Black Death, 85, 127, 162, 193, 200, 226, 230, 277, 312, 313; and see Plague

Black Prince, see Edward the Black Prince

Blackhall, John, 11

Blackmore, R. D., author, 60, 66, 295 n

Blackthorn, in Ambrosden, 7, 61; ec. hist., 21–22; Green, 16; incl., 22, 25; man., 18–19; mills, 17; rcty. est., 22, 23, 24; taxes, 318; and see Ambrosden

Blackthorn Bridge, in Ambrosden, 15, 17, 249

Blades, Thos., 73

Bladon, 225

Blaenllyfni (Wales), 297

Blake, Moses, 69

Blaket, Eliz., see Willicotes

Blanket, Wal., 245

Blay, Ric., 209; and see Blea

Blaydes, Revd. F. H. M., 18; Fanny Maria, see Page-Turner; Fred. A., see Page-Turner

Blea (Blay), fam., 212

Bleay fam., 215

Blechynden, Dr. Ric., Prov. of Worcester Coll., Oxf., 246

Bletchington, 191 n, 226

Blewitt, Francis, mason, 27

Bliss, Nat., 131, 132; Rob., architect, 204

Blockesham, see Bloxham

Blois, Hen. of, Bp. of Winchester, 264

Bloodhurst, Hen., 207

Blount, Sir Chas., 231; Eliz., m., And. Windsor, Ld. Windsor, 34; Wm., Ld. Mountjoy, 34; fam., 21, 58 n; arms of, 58

Bloxam, J. R., 206, 213

Bloxham (Blockesham), Osbert of, 158

Boarstall (Bucks.), 21, 61, 70, 223, 250, 252, 292, 297; ld. of, 251, 253; man., 252, 253.

Bodley, G. F., architect, 93

Bogar's char., 144

Bohun, Humph. de, Earl of Hereford (d. 1275), 192; Marg., m. Hugh de Courtenay, Earl of Devon (d. 1377), 240

Bokeland, John, Abbot of Oseney, 43

Boldshipton, see Bolshipton

Bolehuth (or Rillehitch), Margery de, 117

Boleyn, Anne, see Anne, Queen; fam., 26

Bolles, Felise, 261; Parnel, 261; Rob., 261; Wal., 261; fam., 261

Bolshipton (Boldshipton, Bowlshipton) or Bruggeset (Bridset, St. Bridget's), in St. Clement's, 81– 82, 85 n, 261, 262; ct. of, 84, 261; Ho., 260, 261; hund. of, 261; and see St. Frideswide's Priory

Bolt, Ric., 119 n; Rob., 103, 317; Mr., 129; fam., 119, 315

Bolte, John, 314; Rob., 314

Bolton, fam., 133

Bond, A. H., 53; Sir Nic., 61

Boroughbridge (Yorks.), 9

Bosco, de, Wm. (fl. 1189), 305; Wm. (fl. 1220), 63; fam., 64

Boswell, Jas., author, 108, 195

Boteler, Sir Nic., 142

Botfish, Thos., 226

Botley, 196

Bouchier Smith, fam., 149

Boulogne, const. of, see Austruy; count of, see Eustace; ctss. of, see Maud; fee of, 80, 82, 83

Boulter, Edw., 266

Bourton-on-the-Hill (Glos.), 159

Bowbridge, in Waterperry, 295

Bowden, J. W., 214

Bowes, Col. E. C., 108

Bowles, John, 13

Bowlshipton, see Bolshipton

Box (Wilts.) stone, 137

Boy Mill, see Cowley

Bracegirdle, Dr., physician, 159

Bracey, Jas., 167

Brackley (Northants.), 228

Bradbury, fam., 184

Bradeley, John (fl. 1316), 51; John (fl. 1428), 51; Rob., 51; Thos., 51; fam., 52

Bradenham (Bucks.), 34

Bradenstoke (Wilts.), 10

Bradshaw, Francis, 316

Bradwell Hall, Oxf., 186

Brai, see Bray

Bramley, Revd. Hen., 187

Brandon, Chas., Duke of Suffolk, 193, 240

Braose, de, Annora, m. Hugh Mortimer, 199, 202, 203; Maud, see St. Valery; Wm., 203

Brasenose Coll., Oxf., 164, 189, 215; chap. belonging to, 106, 182; chpl. of, 44; princ. of, see Shippen; prop., 81, 87, 89, 136, 143, 146, 148–9, 182–4, 216, 218, 295

Brasses, monumental, 155, 176, 188, 220, 307

Brawderibe, Steph., 104

Bray (Brai), de, Emma, or Peri, m. Wm. Fitzellis (fl. 1160), 10, 296, 297, 304; Fulk, 10, 296; Lovel, 296; Ralph, 10; Ric., 10; Walo, 208

Bray, Thos., 115

Braybroke, Eliz., Lady St. Amand, m. 1 Wm. Beauchamp, 2 Sir Roger Tocotes, 33, 43

Breaute, de, Fawkes, 208, 239; Marg., see FitzGerold; Wm., 208

Brett, Hen., 118; Mary, see Lowe

Brickworks, 23, 109, 112, 267, 270, 281

Bridges, John, Bp. of Oxf., 33, 46

Bridset, see Bolshipton

Briggs, H., 172; Jane, 94; Mat., 94

Brightwell (Berks.), 275

Brightwell Baldwin, 17

Brightwell Grove, in Brightwell Baldwin, 179

Brill (Bucks.), 56 n, 67, 70, 249, 250, 253, 254, 292, 302; man., 251, 252; Nashway Farm in, 56 n; royal lodge at, 279, 304

Brinkhurst, Cath., see Curson; Frances, m. 1 — Barnwall, 2 — Cussack, 299

Bristeva (fl. 1086), 35

Bristol (Glos. and Som.), 34, 35

British Assoc. for the Advancement of Science, 242

British Broadcasting Corporation, 312

British Legion, 220

Brittany, duke of, see Dreux

Brize Norton, 311

Broadwater, John, 202; Sim. (fl. 1653), 12; Sim. (fl. 1697), 12; Wm., 101

Brocard, Parnel, 170

Broke, Thos., 243 n

Brome (Broun, Browne), Agnes, see Baldington; Alice, m. Wm., of London, 171; Chris. (d. 1509), 6, 10, 171; Sir Chris. (d. 1589), 110, 125, 171, 174, 175, 176, 182, 183, 262, 286; Chris. (fl. 1630), 126; Edm., 125, 126, 129, 133; Eleanor, see Windsor; Eliz., 176; Geo., 6, 125, 171, 175, 261; Hen., 136 n, 141, 143; Jane, m. John Wickham, 141, 156; John (fl. 14th c.), 171; John (fl. 1480), 161; Sir John (d. 1558), 10, 87, 104, 107, 119, 125, 165, 171, 173, 176, 182, 218, 219, 261, 286, 290, 302, 305; John (fl. 1628), 126; Magd., m. John Denton 17, 18; Nic., 116, 141; Rob. (d. 1485), 5, 10, 161, 171, 286, 287; Rob. (fl. 1545), 98, 101, 125; Ursula, m. Sir Thos. Whorwood, 126, 128, 161, 165, 170, 171, 172, 261; Wm. (d. 1461), 10, 171, 176; Wm. (fl. 1513), 171, 174; Wm., s. of Wm. (fl. 1513), 171; Wm. (fl. 1526), 13; Wm. (d. 1599), 171, 176; fam., 5, 116, 165, 171, 174, 175, 262, 290; fam., arms of, 171

Brome Chapel, in Holton ch., 171, 176

Bromham (Wilts.), 33

Bromley, Bart., 143; John, 144, 147; fam., 136

Brook (Brooke), Eliz., 202; Geo., 17; John (d. 1745), 202; John (fl. 1756), 202; Mary, m. Francis Mildmay, 17, 28; Ric., 202; Wm., 25

Brooks, Jas., architect, 273

Broome, —, wid., 148

Brougham Comms., 9, 156, 177

Broughton Stavely (Bucks.), 62

Broun, see Brome

Brown, Miss A., 257 n; Edw., 133; Sir Hen., 28; John, 212; Lancelot (Capability), architect and landscape gardener, 238, 239; Marg., w. of Edw., 133; Tom, 310; Wm., 230; Maj.-Gen., 137; Mrs., 257; —, 201; fam., 66, 190, 201, 212, 250, 310

Browne, Geo. H., 107; Thos., 107; and see Brome

Brownsill, Mrs. —, 12

Bruggeset, see Bolshipton

Bruly, Joan, m. John Danvers, 10; John, 10; Maud, see Quatremain

Brun, le, Isabel, w. of Wm. (fl. 1205), 311; John (fl. 1220), 311; John (fl. 1279), 125, 311; Wm. (fl. 1196), 311; Wm. (fl. 1205), 311

Bruton, E. G., architect, 77

Bruyn, Eliz., see Pole; Ingram, 253

Bryan, Sir Francis, 241

Buchan, John, Ld. Tweedsmuir, 63, 117, 118

Buckeridge, Chas., architect, 232

Buckingham, duke of, see Temple

Bucks. Water Bd., 15

Bucks. Yeomanry, 60

Buckland (Berks.), 105

Buckler, J. C., architect, 153, 166, 204, 207

Buckner, Thos., 261

Bucuinte, Ad., 138

Budd, Ric., 69

Budgell, E., 107

Bueles, Alice de, see Grove; Hen. de, 172

Buketot, Phil. de, 277

Buleden (Bulesden, Bulesdon), see Bullingdon

Bull-baiting, 164, 260

Bulley, Fred., Pres. of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 186

Bullingdon Green, in Cowley and Horspath, 3, 7, 76, 77, 78, 79, 83, 177, 178, 183, 188

Bullingdon (Buleden, Bulesden, Bulesdon, Bulledon) Hund., 1–7, 49, 79, 110, 113, 115, 197, 217, 221, 262

Bullingdon Penn, 79, 83

Bullingdon R.D.C., 96, 113

Bullsdown, in Cuddesdon, 3

Bunye, Wm., 245

Burcot, 47, 163, 249

Burcote, Hen. de, 151

Burford, Martha, 90

Burford stone, 100

Burgan, Beatrice, 84 n; Ralph, 84, 84 n; Wm., 84, 194, 196; fam., 85, 199, 200

Burgan fee, see Cowley

Burgess, Hen., 147; Lawr., 146; Thos., 143; fam., 146, 147, 150

Burgh, de, Lady Cath., m. John Weyland, 312; Eliz., see Clare; Sir John, 170; Ric., Earl of Ulster, 170; Ulick John, Mqss. of Clanricarde, 312

Burghers, Mic., mapmaker, 40

Burghersh, Hen., Bp. of Lincoln, 23, 24; fam., arms of, 203

Burghfield, Rob. of, 49; Thos. of, 49

Burghfield (Berks.), 49

Burghley, Ld., see Cecil, Wm.

'Buriende', in Marston, 216

Buris, Pet. de, 158

Burnett, Mary, 286

Burrows, Jas., 183; Thos., 167

Burt, Mr., 294

Burton, Alex. de, and Emma his w., 286; Revd. Jas., 202

Bury, Talbot, architect, 155

Busby, John, 75

Bush, Mr., of Burcot, 249; Mr. of Oxf., 105

Bussell, Mabel, see Sandford; Thos., 269

Busson fam., 212

Butiller, le, Guy, see Merton; Nic., 144; Rog., 145; fam., 144

Butler, Edw., Pres. of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 188; John, Bp. of Oxf., 94; Ralph, 69, 71; Wm., 122; Mrs., 161

Butterfield, Wm., architect, 75

Byfield, Ric., 186

C

Cahaines (Chaaing), or Ryhale, Guy de, 224, 229, 229, n, 251, 252

Caisun, Wm., 208

Calcutt char., 122

Caldwell, Lawr., 312

Cale, Geo., 270

Calew, Wm. de, 84 n

Calloway, Jos., 99

Calmes, John, 243

Cambridge, duke of, see George

Camby, John, 230

Camoens, Luis de, poet, 124

Camoys, Eleanor, m. Sir Rog. de Lewknor, 50, 110; Eliz., see Louches; Hugh, Ld. Camoys, 50, 110; Marg., m. Ralph Radmylde, 50, 110; Ric., 50, 110; Sir Thos., Ld. Camoys, 31, 32, 50, 110

Camville, Gerard de, 82 n

Cannon, H. W., 66

Cannon & Clapperton, Messrs., 271

Canterbury (Kent), 230

Canterbury, abps. of, see Becket; Chichele; Courtenay; Laud; Longley; Rich; Tait; Theobald; Warham; Winchelsey

Canterbury, dean of, 45 n

Capella, John de, 23, 25

Capucin friars, see Greyfriars

Carbonel man., in Addington (Bucks.), 298

Cardinal Coll., Oxf. (later Christ Church), bldgs., 78, 112, 163, 174, 259, 279; chs. belonging to, 131, 151, 165, 218–19; prop., 81, 82, 101, 110, 121, 125, 179, 208, 252, 261, 269, 290

Carey, Wm., Bp. of Exeter, later of St. Asaph, 91 n

Carisbrooke castle, Isle of Wight, 170

Carlton, Ant., 17; Joyce, m. Edw. Denton, 17

Carmelites, see Oxford friaries

Carr (of York), John, architect, 238; —, 69

Carter, Geo., 76 n; John, 211; Jos., bell-founder, 204; Ric., 73; fam., 269

Cartright, John, 287

Cary, Lucius, Vct. of Falkland (d. 1785), 141; Rob., mapmaker, 215; —, dau. of Lucius, m. Wm. Plumer (d. 1822), 141

Cassington, see Kersinton

Castle, John, contractor, 207

Castle, Messrs. R. & I., builders, 155

Catell, John, 304

Catesby, Philippa, 161; Wm., 161

Caux, Evrard de, 19 n; Gerald of, and his w. Adelaide, 19; Rog. of, 19; Wm. of, 19

Cave, Edw. (d. by 1566), and his w. Eliz., 11; Edw. (fl. 1580), 11; Eliz., see Danvers; Prudence, m. John Croke (d. 1554), 58 n; Sir Thos., 11; (? Sir) Wm., 11

Caversfield (Bucks.), 224

Cawley, Anne, see Pollard; John, Archd. of Lincoln, 46

Cecil, Wm., Ld. Burghley (d. 1598), 62

Central Ordnance Depot, see War Dept. Base

Chaaing, see Cahaines

Chadlington, 61 n; hund. of, 3

Chalcombe, Hugh de, 124, 125

Chalcombe (Northants.), 125; Priory, 125, 125 n

Chalderwelle, Wm. de, 207 n

Chalgrove, 5, 45, 112, 151; battle of, 284; hon. ct. of, 141

Chalgrove quarry, in Cuddesdon, 112

Chamberlain (Chamberleyn), Sir Edw., 285; Joan, see Lydyard; Leon., 304; Marg., see Lovaygne; Ric. (fl. 1435), 285; Ric. (d. 1496), 285; Sibyl, w. of Ric. (d. 1496), 285; Wm., 285; fam., 285

Chambre, John (fl. c. 1400), 21; John the younger (fl. 1412), 21

Chancellor, Lord, 115; see also Harcourt, Sir Sim.

Chandos, Eleanor, m. Roger Collyng, 286; Eliz., 286; Sir John, 5, 61, 161, 286; fam., 161; and see Isabel

Chantrey, Sir Francis, sculptor, 307

Chapels, see Forest Hill; Horton; Muswell; Piddington; Studley; Templars; Wheatley; Woodperry (ecclesia destructa)

Chaplain, Rob. the, 13

Chapman, Hen., 272; Rob., 112; — mapmaker, 78 n

Charitable Uses, Comms. of, 249

Charity Comms., 30, 96, 100, 205, 220, 234, 249, 309

Charlbury stone, 77, 93

Charles I, King, 81, 102, 119, 126, 170, 208, 275, 277

Charles II, King, 13

Charlton-on-Otmoor, 56, 60, 70, 208, 221, 227, 231, 316

Charpenter, John le, 174

Chastleton, 63

Chaucer, Alice, m. Wm. de la Pole, Duke of Suffolk, 117, 140, 193, 240, 296; Geof., poet, 140; Maud, w. of Thos., 140; Thos. 138, 140, 193, 195, 240, 296; fam., 136

Chaumont, Ida of, m. Rog. de Tony, 137, 138; Rob. of, 137

Chausey, de, Geof., 81, 141; John, 81, 141; Nic., 141; Ric., 141; fam., 80, 141

Chebenhurst, see Chippinghurst

Chelsea, Duke of York's Asylum at, 90; Wagon Works, 112

Cheltenham, John of, Abbot of Eynsham, 122

Cheney, Eliz., m. Rob. Doyley, 223; Mary, 176

Cherwell, River, 76, 78, 82, 83, 116, 117, 119, 120, 157, 158, 160, 163, 195, 214–16, 218, 258, 260, 263, 309, 313, 314; valley of, 259, 262

Cherwell Bridge, 81, 261

Chesham Bois (Bucks.), 34

Chesney, de, Maud, m. Hen. FitzGerold, 9; Rob., Bp. of Lincoln, 9, 131; Wm., 9; fam., 9

Chester, bp. of, see Jacobson

Chesterman, —, 52; dau. of, m. — Astyn, 52

Chesterton, 229; Brook, 228; man. of, 3, 21

Cheyne, John, 34

Chichele, Hen., Abp. of Canterbury, 219; John, 219

Chichester, bp. of, see Sherborn

Child, John, 100, 102, 179; Penelope, m. Sir John Curson (d. 1727), 299, 308; Wm., 102, 179, 299

Childerley (Cambs.), 118

Chilling Place, see Piddington

Chillingworth, John, 103, 110; Wm., 103, 110; fam., 66, 111

Chilton (Bucks.), 76, 269

Chilton Foliat (Wilts.), 9

Chilworth, in Great Milton, 4, 5, 12, 12 n, 96

Chilworth Musard, in Great Milton, 4, 115

Chilworth Valery, in Great Milton, 4, 115

Chipping Norton, 230

Chippinghurst (Chebenhurst), John of (fl. 1254–6), 107; John of (fl. 1279), 107; John (d. 1511), 107; Rob. (fl. 1517), 107; Rob. (fl. 1538), 107; Thos., 107; fam., 107

Chippinghurst, in Cuddesdon, 51, 96, 103, 104, 106–8, 141; man., 101, 107–8; Man. Ho., 106; map, 97; taxes, 318; and see St. Frideswide's Priory

Chisbridge, in Hambledon (Bucks.), 80

Chislehampton, 30, 47, 50, 223

Chissebeche, Alice, w. of Geof., 80; Geof., 80; John de, 81; Reyn. de, 81; Ric. de, 81; fam., 80

Choche (Choch), Hugh, 110, 111, 143, 144; Rog. (fl. 1230), 146; Rog. (fl. 1279), 144; fam., 144, 145, 199; and see Garsington

Cholera, 17, 23, 149, 263; and see Black Death; Plague

Cholsey, Ric., 86

Christ Church, Oxf., 91, 160, 164; bldgs., 67 n, 163; canons of, 94, 102; chs. belonging to, 90–91, 165, 218; dean of, see Atterbury; prop., 19, 72, 79–80, 82, 88, 89, 118, 120, 125, 148, 312, 315

Christ's Hospital, Horsham (Suss.), formerly Lond., 96

Christmas, Thos., 176

Church Army Press, Cowley, 89, 94

Church Horspath, see Horspath

Churchill, Ben., 202; Geo., Duke of Marlborough, 70; Hen., 253

Cistercian Order, monk of, 305

Civil War, see under parish entries

Clanfield, 47, 249

Clanricarde, mqss. of, see Burgh

Clapcot (Berks.), 138

Clappe, Hen., 144; fam., 145

Clare, Eliz. de, m. 1 Sir John de Burgh, 2 Theobald de Verdon, 3 Rog. Damory, 170; Gil. de, Earl of Gloucester (d. 1314), 170; Marg. de, m. Edm., Earl of Cornwall, 17, 23, 170; fam., arms of, 292

Clarendon (Wilts.), 57

Clarendon Press, Oxf., 124, 271

Clark, R. N., architect, 207; Wal., 238

Clarke, John, 245; Jos., architect, 155, 213; Martha, 303, 304; Mat., carpenter and surveyor, 27; Somers, architect, 46; — (fl. 1786), 69

Claydon, 225 n

Claymond, John, Pres. of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxf., 87, 259

Clemens, Ad., 284

Clement, Abbot of Oseney, 53

Clement the shepherd, 50

Clent, Edm., 110

Clerk, Hen. the, 195, 196

Clerk, John the, 199

Clerk, Rog. the, 146

Clerk fam., 212

Clerkenwell Priory (Lond.), 232

Clewer Community of nuns, 214

Clifden, Vct., see Agar-Ellis

Clifford, Anne, see Bardolf; Sir Wm., 170

Clifton, Adelinus de, 35; Agnes, 35; Ric., 35; fam., 35

Clifton, in Deddington, 141, 143

Clifton Hampden, 30, 35, 51, 52

Clinkard, A. J., 143; Edw., 143; Ric. (fl. 1763), 30; Ric. (fl. 1862), 144; Thos. (fl. 1660), 49; Thos. (fl. 1886), 144; Wm., 143, 152 n; —, 149; fam., 147

Clinton, Geof., the chamberlain, 191, 192; Geof. (fl. 12th c.), 191; Hen. (fl. 1190), 191, 192; Hen. (d. c. 1233), 192; fam., 191

Clipsham (Rut.) stone, 164

Cloyne, bp. of, see Reynold

Coade, —, 310

Coates, —, 69

Cobden, Ric., 316, 317

Cobham, Anne, see Bardolf; Reyn. de. Ld. Cobham of Sterborough, 170

Cockerell, Thos., 26, 28; —, s. of Thos., Fellow of Univ. Coll., Oxf., 26

Coghill fam., 291

Coker, John, 22

Cokethorpe, in Ducklington, 237, 242

Coks the fisherman, 196

Coldhale, John, 175

Cole, Wm., 230

Coleman the mercer, 197, 199

Coleridge, Wm. H., Bp. of Barbados, 91 n

Coleville, Alice de, see Alice, dau. of Adam

Coley, Revd. Jas., 91–92

Collingwood, Chas., 274

Collins, Ant., 266; Mary, m. Thos. Napier, 94; Wm., 315; fam., 315

Collinson fam., 315 n

Collisson, Ric., mapmaker, 41, 41 n, 68 n

Colls, Ric., 86

Collyng, Eleanor, see Chandos; Rog. (fl. 1391), 286; Rog., s. of Rog., 286

Collys, John, 111

Colthorpe, in Banbury, 227

Colyn, John, wid. of, 211

Combes, Eliz., 249; Francis, 249

Commissioners, see Charitable Uses; Charity; Sewers; Thames

Comper, Sir Ninian, architect, 204

Compton, Long (Warws.), 160

Compton census, see under parish entries.

Congregationalists, 28–29, 94, 99, 220, 233, 258; North Bucks. and North Oxon. Union, 258; Oxon. and West Berks. Assoc., 99

Connaught, duke of, see Arthur

Conybeare, John, 264

Cook, Lewes, see Edner, Louis

Cooke, Cassandra, see Leigh; Revd. Geo. L., 71; Mrs. H. M., 72; Revd. H. P., 247; John, Pres. of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxf., 316; Revd. Sam., 72; Revd. Theoph. Leigh, 66, 70, 71, 73; fam., 57, 72, 73, 75

Coombe, Alex. of, 5; Wm. s. of Alex. of, 5

Coombe, in Great Milton, 4, 5, 96, 98, 115–16, 318

Coombe (Cume, Cumbe) Brook, in Cuddesdon, 98, 101, 115

Coombe (Cumbe, Cumbegrave) Wood, in Cuddesdon, 98, 102, 115

Coombes, Thos., 243

Coope, Wm., 240

Cooper, John (fl. 1649), 12; John. s. of John, 12; Jos., 281; Thos. (fl. 1629), 143; Thos. (fl. c. 1650), 12; Thos. (fl. 1776), 22; — (fl. 1742), brickmaker, 112; — (fl. 1834), mason, 109; fam., 12, 184; fam., brickmakers of Cuddesdon, 112

Copcot, Eleanor, Prss. of Studley, 178; Humph., 178; John, 178; Kath., Prss. of Studley, 178

Copcot legend, 188

Cope, Bern., 151

Copeland, Revd. W. J., 154

Copped Hall, Greenwich, 312

Coppock, Jas., 167

Cornish, Revd. C. L., 207, 213 n; Canon Hen., 94

Cornwall, ctss. of, see Clare, Marg. de; earls of, 64, 125, 170, 186; and see Edmund, Gaveston, Richard

Corpus Christi Coll., Oxf., 35, 46; est. maps, 216; fellows of, 14, 246; pres. of, see Claymond, Cooke, Morwent; prop., 82, 87, 89, 157, 164, 182–3, 189 n, 200, 208, 212, 216, 262, 286, 289; quarry, 164

Corsham (Wilts.) stone, 94

Corston, de, see Fitzellis

Corston (Wilts.), 10

Costard, Ric., 210; fam., 201, 212

Cotesmore (Cottesmore), John, 195, 196; Wm., 103

Cottisford, 18, 60, 258

Coucy, Ingram de, Earl of Bedford, 193; Isabel de, see Isabel

Coudray, Wm. de, 111

Council of Trade, the, 280

Courcy (Curci), de, Alice, m. Warin FitzGerold, 239; Emma, see Falaise; Geof., 245 n; Gundreda, see Warenne; John, 239; Ric., 2 n, 239; Rob., 245; Wm. (d. by 1130), 239, 242, 245; Wm. (d. c. 1155), 239, 245; Wm. (d. 1176), 239

Courtenay, Eliz. de, w. of Sir Hugh (d. 1349), 240; Hugh de, Earl of Devon (d. 1340), 240; Sir Hugh de (d. 1349), 240; Hugh de, Earl of Devon (d. 1377), 240; Marg. de, see Bohun; Sir Pet. de, 240; Sir Phil. de, 240; Ric., 194; Wm. de, Abp. of Canterbury, 245; fam., 237

Coventry (Coventre), John, wid. of, 66; Vinc., 253

Coventry, bp. of, see Wright

Cowley, Alice of, m. — Talemasch, 80; Amaury of, see Amaury; Gunnilda of, see Gunnilda; Sir Hen. of, see Kersinton; Hugh de, 84 n; Osbert de, 80, 84; Sired of, 82, 84; Thos. (fl. 1390), 194; Thos. (fl. 1410), 86, 194, 196, 200 n; Thos., of Iffley (fl. 1415), 200; Thos. (fl. 15th c.), 86; Wm. of, 80

Cowley, 76–96, 103, 112, 177, 185, 189, 190, 226; Barracks, 77; bridges, 78–79; Burgan fee, 82, 85, 86, 87, 194, 209; char., 88, 92, 96; ch. bldgs., 91–93; ch. hist.: St. James, 76, 79, 86, 87, 90–92, 95, 96, 201, 202; St. John, 76, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96; civ. war, 78, 79; ct. rolls, 84, 88; cts., 80, 83–84, 197, 210; Diocesan Sch. (Cowley Coll.), 77, 95; Dogets Place, 82, 86, 209; dom. arch., 77; ec. hist., 83–90; farms, 76, 89; field map, 198; fields, 79, 83, 85; fishery, 82; hosps., 76, 92; Hundred Acres, 79, 83, 90; incl., 78, 79, 88, 88–89, 96, 259; inns, 77, 87, 92; land in, 142, 146, 193, 194, 195, 197, 199, 200, 209; mans., 79–81; Man. Ho., 77, 95; Marsh, 79, 81, 157, 259; Milham Ford, 78, 79, 260; mills: Boy Mill, 78, 79, 82, 195, 260; Temple Mill, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 260; occs., 85, 89, 151; Oxford Military Coll., 77, 92, 95; par. govt., 88, 89–90; P.N., 76; pop., 77, 83, 85; Prot. noncf., 89, 94–95; Quarry, 85, 89; rcty. est., 79– 80, 86, 87, 90, 93; Rom. Cathm., 93–94, 80; Salesian Coll., 94, 96 n.; schs., 77, 90, 92, 94, 95–96; streets: Between Towns Rd., 78; Church St., 77, 78, 90; Church Cowley (Cemetery) Rd., 78; Cowley Rd. (Berrye Lane), 78, 94, 95, 259; Crescent Rd., 94; Cruel (Crowell) Lane, 78, 87; Garsington Way, 78; Hertford St., 95; Hockmore St., 78, 87; Hockmore Way (Littlemore Rd.), 78; Holloway, 78, 83, 197; James St., 94; Magdalen Rd., 78, 95; Marston St., 91; Mud Lane, 78; Oxford Rd., 95; Pile Rd., 78, 79, 84, 89; Prince's St., 95; Rymer's Lane, 78, 79; Stockmore St., 91; Temple Rd., 77, 78, 79, 89, 94, 95; Temple St., 77, 78, 83, 88; other streets, 78; taxes, 86, 87, 318; tithes, 82, 259; top., 76–79, 259, 261; Vic., 77, 92; wds., 79, 83, 278; Workers' Hall, 78, 95; yeo. fams., 86, 87, 88; and see Bullingdon Green; Cowley, Church; Cowley, Temple; Hockmore St.; Hospitallers; Rose Hill; St. Frideswide's Priory; Templars

Cowley, Church, in Cowley, 76, 77, 78, 83, 87, 90, 94, 96, 191, 318; man., 6, 79–80, 82, 90, 143; Westbury, 78, 83, 86, 87; and see Cowley; St. Valery, hon. of

Cowley, Little, in Cowley, see Cowley, Temple

Cowley, Middle, see Hockmore St.

Cowley, Temple (or Little), in Cowley, 76–77, 83, 87, 90, 94, 95; man., 6, 80–81, 141, 143, 179, 193, 208; and see Cowley; Templars; Wallingford, hon. of

Cowley Fathers, see St. John the Evangelist, Society of

Cowley preceptory see Templars

Cowley St. James, see Cowley

Cowley St. John, see Cowley

Cox (Coxe), Ric., 19; — wid., 164; fam., 291, 308

Coxhead, Edw., 66; John (fl. 1641), 66, 68, 68 n, 69; John (fl. 1641), the younger, 68; John (fl. 1657), 70; Ric., 68; Rob., 66

Craddock, Wm., 316; —, see Nourse

Crapper, Messrs., 267

Craucumb, Geof. de, 251

Crawley, Chas., 206, 213; fam., 207, 213

Crendon, Long (Bucks.), 51

Cressy, Rob., 86 n

Crew, Eliz. Ann, m. Geo. Boscawen, Vct. Falmouth, 127; John, 127

Crew Trustees, the, 127

Crispin, Miles, 4, 33, 35, 80, 141, 144, 151, 299, 300

Croc, Rainald s. of, 9

Crofton, 151

Croke, Alex. (d. 1673), 58, 63, 76; Alex. (d. 1818), 75; Alex. (d. 1833), 75; Sir Alex. (d. 1842), 63–64, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72; Anne, w. of Chas., 75; Anne, see Hore; Chas., 75; Charlotte, m. Wm. Ledwell, 63; Eliz., see Unton; Sir Geo. (d. 1642), 58, 63, 68, 69, 74, 76; Geo. (d. 1860), 64; Sir Hen., 63; Jas., 63; Jenny, m. John Parker, 75; John (d. 1554), 58, 58 n, 60, 63, 64, 71, 72, 125; Sir John (d. 1609), 58, 63, 66, 70, 71, 72; Sir John (d. 1620), 63; Sir John (d. 1640), 63; John (d. c. 1714), 63; John (fl. 1714), 63; John (fl. 19th c.), 64; Le Blount, 75; Lady Mary, w. of Sir Geo., 63; Paul Amb., 63; Prudence, see Cave; Ric. (fl. early 16th c.), 63; Ric. (d. 1663), 63; Sir Ric. (d. 1683), 217, 220; Thos., 63; Col. Unton (fl. 1660), 217; Unton (d. 1671), 159, 215, 217, 220; Wm. (d. c. 1642), 63; Wright, 217; fam., 56 n, 58, 64, 66, 72, 75, 119, 215, 215 n, 217 n, 218

Cromwell, Bridget, m. Gen. Ireton, 170; Oliver, Protector, 118, 170, 217, 275; Thos., 151

Crook, Noah, parchment maker, 112

Cropredy (Northants.), 316

Crosfield, Thos., 260

Crossley, F. H., architect, 213

Crouch, Rog. atte, 209

Crowell, Wm., 78, 194, 195

Crowell, 240

Crowmarsh Giffard (Northants.), 143, 206

Crown living, 264

Croxton, Ric., 29; Wm. (fl. 1690), 28; Wm. (fl. 1775), 22; fam., 28

Cruikshank, Revd. Hen., 95

Crundall, Alex., 172

Cuddesdon, 52, 96–116, 122, 123, 141, 151, 168; Bp.'s Palace, 98, 100–1, 104, 280 n, 310; bridge, 98, 174; char., 100; ch. bldg., 105–6; ch. hist., 104–5, 114–15; civ. war, 98, 100, 101, 170; dom. arch., 100; ec. hist., 102–4; farms, 100, 101, 103; fishery, 101, 107; geology, 98, 108; incl., 103; inns, 100; man., 101–2, 103, 184; mills, 101, 104, 112; occs., 103; par. map, 97; P.N., 100, 103, 107; poor rel., 100, 103; pop., 102, 103; Prot. noncf., 98–99; rlwy., 98, 112; Rom. Cathm., 98; schs., 99, 103; taxes, 103, 106 n, 318; Theological Coll., 100, 101, 104; top., 96, 98, 100–1, 177, 178; wds., 98, 102, 115, 278; worthies, 98; and see Chippinghurst; Coombe; Denton; Littleworth; Magdalen Coll.; Pilfrance; Vent, the; Wheatley

Cuddesdon deanery, 43, 104, 165

Culham, 30, 237, 239, 244 n, 284

Cullum, Messrs., builders, 106

Cullum, Messrs., wheel-wrights, 112

Culpepper, Martin, Ward. of New Coll., Oxf., 290

Culverd, And., 196; Christian, wid. of John (fl. 1295), 195, 196; John (fl. 1295), 195, 196; John (fl. 1324), 196

Culworth (Northants.), 34

Cumberlege, H. A., 220

Curci, see Courcy

Currill, Alf., 114; fam., 109

Curson (Curzon), Agnes, w. of Ric., 298; Ann, w. of Sir Francis (d. 1610), 307, 308; Anne, see Dormer; Cath., formerly Brinkhurst, 296, 299, 300; Eliz. (d. 1668), 307; Eliz., w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1682), 100; Eliz., see Knollys; Frances, m. Oliver (? Wm.) Gadbury, 296; Sir Francis (d. 1610), 298, 305, 307, 308; Sir Francis (d. 1750), bt., 270, 296, 299, 307, 308, 309; Isabel, see Sanders; John (fl. c. 1500), 298; Sir John (d. 1655), 127, 296, 298– 9; Sir John (d. 1727), bt., 296, 299, 304, 308; Sir John, 309; Magd., see Dormer; Penelope, see Child; Sir Pet., bt., 299, 308; Ric., 298, 302, 304, 308; Sir Thos. (d. 1682), bt., 296, 299, 303, 304, 307, 308; Vinc., 297, 298, 302, 303 n, 307; Wal. (d. 1527), 297, 298, 302, 303, 305, 307; Wal. (fl. 1575), 308; Winifred, see Powell; fam., 274, 296, 298, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 308; fam., arms of, 307, 308; ests., 299; household, 306; and see Barnwall Curson; Roper Curson

Curtis, John, 219

Cussack, Frances, see Brinkhurst

D

Dacre fam., 308

Dacre fam., 308

Dahl, Mic., painter, 296

Dammartin, de, Aub. (I), 223, 251; Aub. (II) (d. 1200), 223, 224, 251; Joan, see Basset; Odo, 251; Reyn., 251; fam., 223, 251

Damory (de Aumary), Eliz., see Clare; Eliz., m. John Ld. Bardolf, 170; Gil., or 'de Almaria', 286; Marg., w. of Sir Ric. (d. 1336), 161; Sir Ric. (d. 1336), 160–1, 286; Sir Ric. (d. 1375), 160–1, 286; Sir Ric (fl. 14th c.), 56; Rob. (d. 1236), 286; Rob. (fl. 1285), 286; Rog. (d.c. 1281), 286; Rog. (fl. 1317), 170; fam., 5, 286

Danbe, Art., 197; John, 197; Rob., 197; fam., 196

Danes Brook, 289

Danish remains, 20

Danvers, Ann, see Sadler; Dan., 34, 40; Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Cave, 11; Geo., 227; Harrington, 227; Joan, see Bruly; Joan (or Jane), m. Ric. Fowler (d. 1478), 171; John (d.c. 1448), 10, 171; John (d. 1556), 34; John (d. 1616), 34, 46; Ralph, 79, 80; Roland, 79; Susan, m. John Pollard (d. 1670), 34; Susannah, see Pope; Sybil, see Fowler; Sir Thos., 10–11, 50, 51, 116; Sir Wm. (d. 1504), 227; Wm. (d. by 1660), silk merchant, 34; fam., 79, 227; fam., arms of, 46

Darcy, Sir Geo., 311

Darling fam., 184

David, Earl of Huntingdon, bro. of Malcolm, King of Scotland, 251

Davis, Lewis, glass-painter, 214; Revd. Ric. (fl. 1709), 274; Ric. (fl. 1790), mapmaker, 1, 40, 88, 228; Wm., 111; Mr., 176

Davy, Martin, 287

Davye fam., 46

Dawson, John, 266; Thos., 266

Day, Ann, 214; Bart., 105; Thos., 180; —, 201; fam., 201, 211

De la Mare (Mara, Mora), Isabel, see Akenny; Isabel, m. Thos. de Maydenhatch. 138, 145; Joan, see Achard; Joan, w. of John, m. 2 John de Louches (fl. 1337), 138; John, 138, 139, 145; Lucy, w. of Rob. (d. c. 1308), 33; Mat., 138; Maud, see Hastings; Maud, wid. of Pet. (d. 1254), 43; Pain, 138, 142, 143; Pet. (d. by 1173), 33, 42; Pet. (d. 1254), 33, 43; Pet. (d. 1291), 33, 37; Pet. (d. 1349), 33, 45; Rob. (fl. 1201), 33; Rob. (d. 1272), 33; Rob. (d.c. 1308), 33, 43; Rob. (d. 1382), 33, 34, 43; Thos., 33; Willelma, m. Sir John Roches, 33, 43; Wm., 139; fam., 32, 33, 43, 46, 138; and see Geoffrey

Dean (Deane), Ric. (? Thos.), 189; Thos., see Ric.; fam., 184

Dean, Forest of, 280

Deeley, H. A., 230; Thos., 227; fam., 22; and see Doilly

Denham, Thos., 223

Denham (? Dynham), Lady of, 226

Denison, Wm., Prov. of Queen's Coll., Oxf., 107; Wm. (fl. 1705), Fellow of University Coll., Oxf., 131

Denton, Dorothy, m. Edw. Smyth, 17; Edw., 17, 18, 21; John (d. 1576), 17, 18, 23, 24; John (d. 1649), 24, 24 n, 27; Joyce, see Carlton; Magd., see Brome; Thos. (fl. 1450), 51, 81 n; Thos. (fl. 1500), 17; Sir Thos. (fl. 1630), 286; Ursula, w. of John (d. 1649), 24, 25, 27; Wm., and his w. Mary, 18, 27; fam., 23, 25, 81, 211

Denton, in Cuddesdon, 96, 106, 109, 136, 147, 151; ec. hist., 103, 108; glebe, 104; Ho., 103, 106, 107; incl., 103, 108; land in, 51, 107; man., 101, 106–7; map, 97; poor rel., 100; taxes, 108, 318

Derbie, Mic., bell-founder, 122

Derbyshire grit, 94

Derehyde man., see Shotover

Derick, J. M., architect, 273

Despenser (Dispenser), Sir Ad., 50, 139; Aymer, 139; Emma, see St. John; Geof., 125, 284; Hugh le (fl. 1200), 311; Hugh, Earl of Winchester (d. 1326), 9, 61, 110, 251; Sir Hugh (d. 1326), 110; John (fl. 1320), 9; John (fl. 1368), 9; Nic., 9, 10; Thos. s. of Hugh le (fl. 1200), 311; Thurstan, 50, 139; fam., 13; fee, 37, 143

Devereux, Rob., Earl of Essex, 13, 60, 158, 178

Devon, ctsses. of, see Bohun, Marg.; Riviers, Isabel and Marg.; earls of, see Courtenay; Riviers

Dey fam., 269

Dickerson, John, 68

Didcot (Berks.), 112

Digswell (Herts.), 312

Dikerel, see Merton

Dispenser, see Despenser

Disraeli, Ben., statesman, 34

Dissent, see Anabaptists, Baptists, Congregationalists, Friends, Jews, Plymouth Brethren, Presbyterians; and see Prot. noncf. and Rom. Cathm. under parish entries

d'Ivry, Adeline, see Grantmesnil; Adeline, 60; Aubree, w. of Rob. (fl. 11th c.), 60; Geof., 60; Hugh (fl. 1086), 17, 60; Hugh (fl. 12th c.), 60 n; Rob. (fl. 11th c.), 60; Rob. (fl. c. 1086), 60; Rog. (d. c. 1089), 17, 19, 35, 37, 49, 53, 60, 72, 79, 80, 115, 124, 125, 170, 178, 286, 290; Rog. (fl. 1100), 17, 60; fam., 17, 60; barony, 17, 60

Docwra, Thos., prior of the Hospitallers in England, 269

Dodd, Fielding, architect, 106; Thos., 129

Doe, Joldewin de (or Geodo de Bado), 251

Doget, Ric., 209

d'Oilly, Aldgitha, see Aldgitha, dau. of Wigod of Wallingford; Edith, w. of Rob. (d. 1142), 93; Hen. (d. 1163), 19, 79, 90, 125, 185; Hen. (d. 1232), 10; Hen., 262; Rob. (fl. 1086), 19, 35, 37, 49, 53, 60, 72, 79, 117, 121, 125, 172, 185, 284, 296, 304; Rob. (d. 1142), 19, 125, 264; Rob., 262; fam., 10, 49, 117, 124, 172, 297; fam. estates, 53, 296; fee, 172; hon., 10; and see Doyley

Doilly, Chris., 22; and see Deeley

Dolbey, Ric., 68, 68 n, 69

Dominic, Fr., 213

Dominicans, see Oxford friaries

Donnington Hosp. (Berks.), 82, 87, 89, 193, 195, 200; Trust, 190, 193, 206

Donnington man. (Berks.), 52, 193

Dorchester, mqss. of, see Pierrepoint

Dorchester, 2, 102; canons (secular) of, 43, 52; chaps, of, 52; fee, 51; hund., 2, 6, 51; man., 35, 52; peculiar, 42–43; sch. at, 47, 249; see of, 4, 52

Dorchester Abbey, 42, 44, 53, 301; abbots of, 38, 50, 300, 301; and see Roger; Wynchingdon; canons of 43, 52

Dormer, Anne, m. 1 Edm. Powell (d. by 1678); 2 Sir John Curson (d. 1727), 299, 308; Magd., m. Sir John Curson (d. 1655), 307; Mic., 51 n; Rob., 285; Rowland, Baron Dormer, 299; fam., arms of, 307

Dorset, John, Abbot of Abingdon, 245

Douneham, Alice, see Rushbery

Downe, earl of, see Pope, Sir Wm., 34

Doyley, Anne, see Barnard; Eliz., see Cheney; John (d. 1569), 107; John (d. 1593), 223, 233; John (d. 1623), 107, 140; Kath., see Tregian; Margery, m. Sir Edw. Harrington, 223; Rob. (d. 1577), 223, 225, 227; Sir Rob. (d. 1577), 107; Thos. (d. 1545), 223; fam., 222, 227, 230; and see d'Oilly

Drake, Revd. John, 141; and see Tyrwhitt-Drake

Draper, Cresheld, 110

Drax, Sir Jas., 18; Wm., 17; fam., 18 n

Draycote, Rob., 305; Sired de, 302

Draycott (Draycot), in Waterstock, formerly in Ickford (Bucks.), 4, 18, 305

Drayton, Eliz., m. John Wenlock, 240; Lady Isabel, wid. of Sir John, m. 2 Steph. Hatfield, 240; Joan, m. Drew Barantyne, 240; Sir John, 240, 245

Drayton (Leics.), 209

Drayton St. Leonard, 151

Dreux, Annora de, see St. Valery; Pet. de, Duke of Brittany, 61

Dreux, counts of, see Robert II, Robert III

Drinkwater, H. W. G., architect, 220, 274; John, poet, 250, 257, 310

Druce, Wm., 153

Drury, G. V., 276, 277, 281

Dry Sandford, see Sandford

Dryden, Sir Hen., 26; Revd. Lempster G. G., 16, 26

Dublin, St. Patrick's ch., dean of, see Aleyn

Dudley, Edm., 110

Dudley (Worcs.), ld. of. see Sutton, Sir John

Dunch, Edm., 273; Eliz., m. John Isham, 273, 275

Dunkin, John (d. 1673), 227; John (d. 1846), antiquary, 227, 229

Durant, John (fl. 1279), 31, 38; John (fl. 1328), 38; Thos. (fl. early 14th c.), 31, 38

Durbridge, Thos., 271

Durham, prebendary of, see Haggett

Durham Coll., Oxf., monk of, 164

Duyn, John, see Fitzellis

Dyer, Gilb. the, 262

Dynham, Alice, 252; Jas., 253; John (d. 1602), 252, 253, 255, 258, 277; John (d. 1634), 252, 253; Kath., see Rede; Kath., wid. of John, 253, 258; Mary, m. Laur. Banastre, 252; Thos., 252, 253, 277; fam., 226 n

E

Eagle Foundry, Oxf., 109

Ealdred, Abbot of Abingdon, 101

Earle, Anne, see Biscoe; Eliz., see Biscoe; Frances, see Biscoe; Mary Anne, m. T. G. Tyndale, 172, 175; Tim. H., 172; Mr. and Mrs., 176

Easington, in Chilton (Bucks.), 63, 76, 258

East Bridge (Petty Pont), Oxf., 78, 81, 82, 195, 261, 264; and see Magdalen Bridge

East Haddon, see Haddon, East

East Hagbourne, see Hagbourne, East

Eaton, Revd. Byrom, 241, 246, 248; Sarah, w. of Revd. Byrom, 248

Eatun, see Wood Eaton

Ecclesiastical Comms., 16, 24, 89, 90

Edendon, Wm. of, see Edington

Edgehill, battle of, 312

Edington (Edendon), Wm. of, Bp. of Winchester, 194, 272

Edith, Queen, 63

Edmonds (Edmondes), Chris. (fl. 1530), 62; Chris. (fl. 1580), 98

Edmund, Earl of Cornwall, 17, 23, 49, 60, 61, 63, 67, 71, 169, 170, 179, 180, 182, 294; ct. of, 125, 141, 185; knights of, 125

Edmund of Abingdon, see Rich

Edner (or Cook, or Rigge), Louis, 94, 94 n

Education, Board of, 168

Edward the Confessor, King, 207, 268

Edward I, King, 57, 60, 61, 67

Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edw. I), 138

Edward II, King, 33, 61

Edward III, King, 57, 60, 61, 125, 273, 286

Edward IV, King, 34, 60, 67

Edward VI, King, 24, 219

Edward VII, King, 203

Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edw. VII), and his w., 95

Edward, the Black Prince, 61, 62, 67, 71, 185

Edward the miller, 226

Edwards, Amb., 292; John (fl. 1554), 210; John (fl. 1557), 292; John (d. 1681), 210; Marg., 210

Edwy, King, 101

Eeley, Wm., 184

Efteley (? Iffley), Rob. of, Prior of Kenilworth, 203

Egerley, John, 102

Elder Stubbs (wood), 96, 157, 275

Elderfield, Francis, 53, 54

Eldridge, Martha, 291; Wm., 12

Elias, Prior of St. Frideswide's, 252

Elias, Wm. s. of, 84 n

Elizabeth I, Queen, 18, 23, 24, 26, 53, 62, 81, 179, 193, 208, 275

Elizabeth Woodville, queen of Edw. IV, 160 n

Ellerton, Dr. Edw., 186, 188, 189

Elliot, Pet. (d. 1682), 108; Pet. (fl. 1738), 108; —, 124

Elsfield, of, Anne, dau. of Wm. (d. 1398), 118; Gil., 117; Hugh (fl. 12th c.), 119, 121; Hugh, s. of Wm. (fl. 12th c.), 117; Joan, m. Thos. Loundres, 118; Joan, grddau. of Wm. (d. 1398), m. John Hore, 118; Joan, w. of Gil., 117; John (fl. 1242), 117; John (fl. 1279), 117; John (fl. 14th c.), 118 n; Ric., 118n; Thos., 117; Wm. (fl. 12th c.), 117; Wm. (d. 1398), 118

Elsfield, 7, 116–22, 157, 163, 261; char., 118, 122; ch. bldg., 121–2; ch. hist., 120–1; commons, 163, 294; dom. arch., 116, 117; ec. hist., 118–20; farms, 116, 118, 120; incl., 119; man., 117–18; Man. Ho., 121; mill, 116; noncf., 121, 122; occs., 120; P.N., 118, 119, 163; pop., 118, 120; rds., 116–17; sch., 122; Sescut, 116, 119, 214, 215; social conds., 120; taxes, 318; top., 116–17, 214, 215, 310; vicars, 121, 175, 219; wds., 118, 119, 278, 294; worthies, 117; and see St. Frideswide's Priory

Elstone, John, and his w., 176

Elton, Revd. Edw., 109, 113, 114, 115

Elvetham (Hants), 81, 208

Elveva, the Lady (fl. 11th c.), 17, 17 n

Elwes, Sir Gervais, 140; fam., 140

Elye, Thos., 186

Emigration, 103, 112

Empson, Anne, m. 1 Rob. Ingleton, 2 John Hugford, 298; Sir Ric., 298

Englefield, Cecily, m. Wm. Fowler, 171; Sir Francis, 102; Sybil, m. Ric. Quatremain, 171

Epwell (Ipwell), in Swalcliffe, 161

Esses, see Ash

Essex, earl of, see Devereux

Esthulle, Wal. de, 107

Ethelred, King, 19, 81, 120, 160, 165, 261

Eton College (Windsor), 163

Eugenius III, Pope, 19, 52

Eugenius IV, Pope, 269

Eustace, Count of Boulogne, 80

Eustace, John (fl. 1279), 110, 111; —, v. of Beckley, 73

Evangelical Union, the, 92

Evans, Revd. E., 219; Harman, printer, 164; Martha, m. Chris. Willoughby, 32; —, wid. of Revd. E., 219

Evelyn, Geo., 121; John (fl. early 18th c.), 242; John, diarist, 276

Evesham, battle of, 61, 192

Evetts, Revd. Thos., 89

&Eacutevreux, counts of, see Simon, William; and also Helewis, w. of Wm.

Ewelme, 50, 140, 243 n; half hund. of, 4, 5; hon. of, 3, 4, 5, 62, 102, 124, 170, 178, 311; steward, 179, 270

Ewen fam., 215

Exeter, bp. of, see Carey

Exeter Coll., Oxf., 112, 233; chap., 231; ch. belonging to, 230, 231, 232; fellows of, 44, 231, 233; prop., 143, 148, 149, 222, 238, 300

Eynsham, 80, 87, 229 n

Eynsham Abbey, 16, 38, 222, 310; abbots of, 264, 294; and see Cheltenham; chs. belonging to, 226, 229, 230, 289, 290, 315; prop., 33, 37, 279, 284, 294, 311, 313–14; tithes, 43

Eyre, Jos., 26

F

Fairfax, Col. Sir Thos., later Gen. Ld. Fairfax, 137, 158, 167, 170, 217, 280

Fairford (Glos.), 201

Faith, Wm., 99

Falaise, Emma de, m. Wm. de Courcy, 239; Wm. de, 239

Falkland, vct. of, see Cary

Falmouth, vctss., see Crew

Fane, Georgina, m. Jos. Warner Henley, 299; John, 299

Faringdon (Berks.), 126; chap. at, 265

Faritius, Abbot of Abingdon, 104, 105, 139, 239, 243, 245

Farmer, Ric., 272

Farr, Revd. Thos., 186; fam., 183

Farthyngston, Ric., 196

Faulkner, Ann, 75; John (fl. 18th c.), and his w. Mary, 75; John (fl. 1786), 58, 69; fam., 75

Faulstone, in Bishopstone (Wilts.), 33

Faussett, Godfrey, 175

Fawkener (Fawkner), Marg., m. Rob. Fitzellis (fl. 1450), 298, 307; Ralph, 245; Wm., 298; fam., arms of, 307

Felise le meleward, 226

Fell, John, Bp. of Oxf., 30, 100, 256, 263, 274

Fencott, in Charlton-on-Otmoor, 56, 70

Fenne, Hen. de la, 196; Wm. de la, 196; fam., 85

'Fernhurst' (Bucks.), forest of, 254

Ferrey, B., architect, 101

Ferryman, John the, 51

Fettiplace fam., 43

Fewcot, in Stoke Lyne, 225, 226

Fiddler's Elbow (Berks.), 269, 270, 271

Fidler, J., 55

Field, Steph., 206, 209; —, 201; fam., 201, 212

Fileking, John, 199

Finch, Thos., 316; Wm. (fl. 1660), 165; Wm. (fl. 1694), 291; Wm. (fl. 1752), 167; Wm. (fl. 1846), 165

Firkins, Ric. (fl. 1640), 196; Ric. (fl. 1661), 196

Fish, Ric., and his w. Marg., 127

Fisherman, Coks the, 196

Fitton, W. H., geologist, 134

Fitzellis, Eliz. (or de Corston), m. Sir John Russell, 10; Ellis, 10, 13; Emma, see Bray; Hen. (fl. 1180), 296–7; Joan, see FitzNiel; John (d. 1395), formerly Duyn, 298; John (d. by 1438), 298; Marg., see Fawkener; Marg., see Pippard; Margery w. of Wm. (fl. 1250), 297; Margery (fl. 1470), 307; Maud, m. Rob. James, 298; Rob. (d. by 1300), 297–8, 301; Rob. (d. by 1346), 298, 302; Rob. (fl. 1450), 298, 307; Rog. (fl. 1300), 10, 297; Rose, see Rokele; Thos. (d. by 1277), 297; Wm. (fl. 1160), 10, 296, 302, 304; Wm. (d. 1227), 10, 297, 304; Wm. (fl. 1250), 10, 297, 300, 304, 305; Wm. (d. 1318) (or de Corston), 10; fam., 10, 297, 301; fam., arms of, 307; ests., 298; fee, 297, 302, 304

FitzGeoffrey, Maud, see Lucy; Ralph, 311

FitzGerard, Ida, m. Walchelin Hareng, 311; Wm., 311

FitzGerold, Agnes, see FitzNiel; Alice, see Courcy; Alice, m. Rob. de Lisle (d. c. 1262), 9; Hen. (fl. 12th c.), 9; Marg., m. 1 Baldwin de Riviers, 2 Fawkes de Breaute, 9, 239–40, 242; Maud, see Chesney; Warin (d. 1218), 9, 33, 192, 245; Warin (fl. 1250), 192, 208 n; fam., 9

FitzHerbert, Pet., 297 n

FitzNiel, Agnes, m. 1 Reyn. Basset, 2 Warin FitzGerold (fl. 1250), 192; Aumary (or de Nowers), 193; Grace, w. of Rob. (d. 1265), 192; Grace, m. John de Nowers, 193; Joan, m. John de Hadlow, 253; Joan, m. Thos. Fitzellis, 297; John (d. 1289), 253, 297; John (d. 1300), 21, 253; John (fl. c. 1300), 209; Ric. (fl. 1170), 191, 192; Ric. (d. c. 1220), 191, 192; Rob. (d. 1265), 5, 192; Rob. (fl. c. 1300), 209; Rob. (d. 1331), 81, 192, 193, 196, 208, 209; Rob. (fl. c. 1350) (or de Nowers), 193; Thos., 21; —, w. of John (fl. c. 1300), 209; fam., 191, 199

FitzOsbern, Wm., Earl of Hereford, 9

FitzPeter, Reyn., 297 n; John, s. of Reyn., 297 n

Five Mile Act, 94

Fleccar, Geof. de, 158; Parnel de, w. of Geof., 158

Fleetwood, Sir Geo., 312; Hen., 312; Thos. (fl. 1575), 312; Sir Thos. (fl. 1606), 312

Fletcher, Sir Hen., see Aubrey Fletcher

Flexney, Thos., 245

Foliot, Hen. (d. by 1233), 9; Isabel, m. 2 Hugh de Whithull, 9; Pet. (fl. 1255), 5, 9; Pet. (fl. 1295), 9; Rog. (fl. 1225), 9; Rog. (fl. 1246), s. of Pet., 5; Rog. (fl. 1280), 9; Samson (d. c. 1280), 9; Wm. (fl. 1195), 9; fam., 9, 13

Folkington, Rob., 119n

Fonnereau, Eliz., see Heywood

Fonte, John de, 142, 144, 145; Thos. de, 142, 144

Fonthill Bishop (Wilts.), 311

Forbench (Forberich, Forbych), Chas., 202, 203, 273

Forbes, Revd. G. F., 55

Forbych, see Forbench

Ford, Edw., 188; John, 128; Wm., 188

Forde, Edw. (fl. late 17th c.), 144; Francis (fl. 1634), 142; Francis (fl. 1720), 142; John (d. 1616), 142; John (d. 1634), 142; John (d. 1644), 142; Ric. (d. 1572/3), 142; Ric. (fl. early 17th c.), 148; fam., 146, 146 n, 150, 156

Forest Hill, 6, 7, 73, 76, 122–34, 146, 157, 175, 275, 305; bridge, 123; chpls., 130, 290; char., 133–4; ch. bldg., 132–3, 281; ch. hist., 130–2; civ. war, 123, 124, 126; Compt. cens., 127; cts., 128, 129; crops, 128; curates, 131–2; dom. arch., 124; ec. hist., 127–30; farms, 119, 127, 128; field syst., 129–30; incl., 129, 130; inhabitants, 291, 292, 293; inns, 122, 124, 130; mans., 124–7, 284; Man. Ho., 124; mill, 123 n, 128, 132; noncf., 133; occs., 130; P.N., 123, 130; pop., 127–8; quarry, 130; Risinghurst, 124; rds., 123; Sandhills, 123, 124, 131, 281; schs., 133; taxes, 124, 127, 128, 318; top., 122–4; wds., 123; worthies, 124; and see Forest Hill with Shotover; Minchincourt; St. Valery, hon. of; Vent, the; Wallingford, hon. of

Forest Hill with Shotover, civ. par., 109, 122, 168, 275, 282

Forester, Hugh the, 276 n

Forester, Ric. le, 57, 62

Forman, Rob., 87

Forster, Lady, 261

Forz, Isabel de, see Riviers

Foster, Cecily (or Celia), see Rusholm; Sir Edm., 297; Lambert (fl. c. 1370), 297; Lambert (fl. 1428), s. of Lambert, 297; Ric. (fl. 1375), 297; Ric. (fl. 1472), 286

Fountaine, Theodosia, see Harrington

Fowler, Cecily, see Englefield; Edw., 101; Gabriel, 174; Joan (or Jane), see Danvers; Ric. (d. 1478), 171; Sir Ric. (d. c. 1502), 171; Ric. (d. 1528), 101, 171, 173; Sybil, m. Thos. Danvers, 11; Thos., 62; Wm., 171; fam., 174

Foxley, John, 73

Franciscan Capucin friars, see Greyfriars

Franciscans, 86, 208, 274; and see Oxford friaries

Frank, Ralph, 316, 317

'Frankeburg' (? Wendlebury), 225

Franklin, Edm., 146; Jane, 184; John (fl. c. 1220) the, 301; John (fl. 1506), 146; John (fl. 1524), 182, 184; Miles, tanner, 85; Ric. le (fl. 13th c.), 81, 85; Thos. le (fl. 13th c.), 81, 85; Thos. (fl. 14th c.), clk., 85; Wm., 146; fam., 85, 86, 136, 143, 146

Franks fam, 301

Freeman, E. A., historian, 98, 207

Freen (Frene), Anne, 292 n; Thos. (fl. 1386), 196; Thos. (fl. 1402), 196

Freland, Rog., 114 n

Frene, see Freen

Frescheville, de, Denise, see Hareng; Eustace, 124, 311; Millicent, m. Miles of Fritwell, 311

Friends, Soc. of (Quakers), 167, 231, 265

Fritwell, of, Miles, 311; Millicent, see Frescheville; Ric., 125, 311; Steph., 311

Fritwell, 311

Froggepitte, Wal., 271

Frogley, Ric., 100

Frome Selwood (Som.), 55

Froston, Rob., 52

Frothingham, Kath., m. 1 Ric. Powell (d. 1682), 2 Sam. Symonds, 127

Froude, Mrs. Wm., 213

Fruin fam., 55, 147

Fry, Dr. Steph., 266; Revd. Thos., 53, 54, 55

Fulk (fl. 1086), 311

Fuller, Wm., see Mardyn; fam., 85

Fulthorpe, Edith, see Hore; Thos. 118

Fulwell, in Mixbury, 62

Fynmore, Mr., 129

Fyppes, John, 16

G

Gabell, Hen., 306

Gadbury, Frances, see Curson; John (fl. 1577), 100; John (fl. 1679), astrologer, 296, 308; Oliver (? Wm.), 296, 296 n; Wm., see Oliver; fam., 296 n

Gaddesden (Herts.), 141

'Gadre hundreds', 2 n

Gage, Eleanor, see Seyntclere; Sir Hen., 178; John, 285; Mr., 175

Gainsford, Austin, 209; Juliana, see Hye

Gale, Jos., 104, 150, 174

Galowe, Ric., 202 n

Gamage, John, 110; Rob., 209; Thos., 209

Gamlingay (Cambs.), 316

Gandon, Jas., architect, 237

Gannage, Rob., 278

Gannoge, Gil. de, 141

Gardiner, Sir Alan, 194; Dr. Bern., 102; Grace, see Smythe; Ric., 287; Steph., Bp. of Winchester, 24; Thos., 102; Wm., 53

Gardino, de, John, 106; Julian, 106; Pet., 106; Reyn., 106, 144; Thos., 106

Garendon Abbey (Leics.), 208

Garsington, de, Ad., 139; Adeline, w. of Saladin, 145; Hugh (fl. early 13th c.), 151; Hugh (fl. 1247), 139; John (fl. early 13th c.), 152; John (fl. mid–13th c.), 143; Nic. 146; Ric., 146; Rog., 139; Saladin, 144; Wal. (fl. 11th c.), 139; Wal. (fl. 12th c.), 139; Wal. (fl. 1224), 139; Wal. (fl. 1255), ? or Pain, 139, 145, 155; fam., 145, 199, 211; and see Choche

Garsington, 47, 86 n, 98 n, 101, 108 n, 109, 134–56, 177, 262, 267; char., 156; ch. bldg., 154–6; ch. hist., 151– 4; civ. war, 137; dom. arch., 136–7; ec. hist., 144–50; farms, 136, 137, 143, 144, 146, 147, 148, 149; field map, 135; fields, 136, 143, 145, 146, 148, 149, 207; Green, 134, 137; incl., 148–9; inns, 136, 137, 154; land in, 52, 88, 184; Library Farm, 136; mans., 81, 137–41: Garsington, 140; Havels (South End), 139– 40, 144, 145, 147; Louches (North End), 138–40, 141, 145, 149; Man. Hos.: Havels (Chaucer's Man. Ho.), 134, 136; Louches (North End Man. Ho.), 134, 136, 147; mill, 136; noncf., 156; North End, 136, 140, 143, 146; occs., 150–1; par. govt., 147–8, 150–1; P. N., 134, 137, 149; pop., 145, 147, 149, 150; Rcty., 152–3; rds., 134, 137, 146, 151; schs., 137, 156; South End, 134, 140, 143, 146, 149; Spittle Green, 134; taxes, 136, 145, 147, 150, 318; top., 134–7; wds., 134; yeo. fams., 136, 143, 144, 146–8, 149, 150, 151, 152, 318; and see Abingdon Abbey, Hospitallers, Magdalen Coll., Templars

Gascony (France), 138

Gate, Agnes, see Baldington; Geof., 10

Gaudin, Pet., 171

Gaveston, Piers de, Earl of Cornwall, 61

Gayhurst (Bucks.), 193

Gelote, Joan, 173; Maud, w. of Ric., 172, 173; Ric., 172

Geoffrey (fl. 1086), grandfather of Pet. De la Mare, 33; Hen. s. of, 33; Rob. s. of, 33

George II, King, 304

George, Duke of Cambridge, 95

Gerard, John, 308

Gerardmolendino, Joan de, see Basset; Sim. de, 224

Ghernon, Adeliza, m. Hen. de Thomley, 299, 299 n, 301

Giffard, Wal., Bp. of Bath and Wells, 251; fam., 46

Gilbert (fl. 1086), 179

Gilbert (fl. late 12th c.), 302

Gilbert, v. of Waterperry, 305

Gilbert the dyer, 262

Gilbert the hatter, 262

Gilbert's Act (17 Geo. III), 237

Gilman, Ric., 144; —, 197

Gilpin, Wm. S., landscape gardener, 239

Gladstone, W. E., statesman, 54, 167

Glass, painted, 46, 75, 187–8, 213, 257, 292, 307

Glass-painters, see Davis, Lewis; Hardman; Horwood; Jones & Willis; Kempe; Morris, Wm.; Price (of York), Wm.; Shrigley & Hunt; Webb, C.; Willement

Glorie, John, and his w. Joan, 196

Gloucester, earl of, see Clare

Gloucester, Berwick Lodge in, 35

Gloucester, bp. of, see Slade; dean of, 253; prebendary of, 246

Gloucester Coll., Oxf., 44

Glover, John the, 262

Glynne, Sir John, 16; Kath., m. Thos. Lister, 28; Sir Steph., bt., 18; Sir Wm. (d. 1690), bt., 15, 16, 18, 25, 28; Sir Wm. (d. 1721), bt., 18, 26; fam., 18 n, 23

Goddard, Ann, see Sadler; Ric., 34, 53, 241

Godfrey (fl. 1086), 171

Godstow Abbey, 82, 87, 110, 139, 142, 203, 216, 279; abbess of, 260

Godstow Wood, in Oakley (Bucks.), 72

Godwin, Earl, 207, 268

Godwin the weaver, 225

Golafre, John (d. 1396), 62; John (d. 1442), 62

Golding, Alice, 246; Isabel, 242; John, and his w. Scholastica, 272; fam., 242

Golightly, Thos., 45, 54

Gomme, Sir Bern. de, Dutch military engineer, 260; Ric., 66; fam., 66

Gonne, Edw., 223

Goodgame, John, 123

Goodridge, John, 144

Goodwin, Col. Art., 251; Thos., 316

Gordon, Revd. Ric., 121, 122, 219; Canon, 221; Mr., 204

Gore, Chas., Bp. of Oxf., 98

Gorhambury Estates Co., 312

Goring Priory, 301, 305

Gose, John, 151

Gosford Hill, in Kidlington, sch. at, 122, 221

Gough, Ric., 237

Grafton, Fr. C. C., 92

Graham, Brig.-Gen. C. A. L., 107; Chas., 20

Grant fam., 291

Grantmesnil, Adeline de, m. Rog. d'Ivry, 60; Hugh de, 60

Grate, Thos., 78

Grave, see Grove

Graven Hill, in Merton, 3, 15, 221, 225, 228

Gravesend, Ric., Bp. of Lincoln, 71, 202

Gray, Thos., poet, 238

Great Hambleton, see Hambleton, Great

Great Haseley, see Haseley, Great

Great Milton, see Milton, Great

Great Rollright, see Rollright, Great

Great Western Rlwy., 15, 77, 98, 207, 236

Greaves, Anna Maria Rooke, see Henley; Revd. Edm., 132; Geo., 307

Green (Greene), Sir Geo., 140; Ric. (fl. late 17th c.), bell-founder, 14; Ric. (d. 1750), printer, 188; Revd. Vernon T., 213

Greenaway, H., 184

Greening fam., 89, 201, 209, 212

Greenwood, John, 108; fam., 108

Gregorie, Capt. Geo. Wayne, 107

Gregory IX, Pope, 53

Grenehurst, Ralph, 194

Greyfriars, Oxf., 94, 96, 220

Griffin, Jas., 253; Mic., 253; Ric., 112

Grimston, Jas. Wal., Earl of Verulam (d. 1924), 315; Jas. Wal., Earl of Verulam (d. 1949), 312

Grosseteste, Rob., Bp. of Lincoln, 71, 104

Grove (Grave), de, Alice, m. Hen. de Bueles, 172; Fulk, 172; Hen., 172; Margery, w. of Fulk, 172; Orenga, w. of Thos., 172; Thos., 172

Grove, see Holton

Grulc, Wm., 229

Guiden, Francis, 144

Guido, see Reni

Guild of St. Katherine, see Iffley

Guilford, earls of, see North

Guinney, Louise Imogen, poetess, 213

Gunnilda, dau. of Wm. (? de Cowley), 81

Gunter, Ric., 230

Gupill, Ric., 81

Gutch, John, 264

Gysbourne, John, 245

H

Hacun (Hacon), a Dane, 223, 239, 251

Hadden, John, 226

Haddon, East (Leics.), 208

Hadleigh (Essex), 132

Hadlow, de, Edm., 253, 277; Eliz., m. Edm. de la Pole, 253, 277; Joan, seeFitzNiel; Sir John, 33, 61, 61 n, 71, 142, 251–2, 277; Marg., m. John Appleby, 63, 253, 277; Ric, 277—, w. of Ric., m. 2 Sir Ric. de Hildesle, 277

Hadston (? or Hatton), —, 201; fam., 201

Hagbourne, East (Berks.), 53

Haggard, Rider, author, 137

Haggett, Revd. Francis, 237, 247

Haines, Jas., 209

Hale, Sir Mat., 23

Hall, Ant., 167; John, 11; Phil., carpenter, 305; Rob., 53; fam., 11

Halsey, Jos., 141; Thos. Plumer, 141

Halton, Tim., Prov. of the Queen's Coll., Oxf., 40, 49

Hambleton, Great (Rut.), 171

Hampden, Sir Edm., 57, 62, 286; John, 299

Hampton Gay, 225, 226

Handborough, 66

Hanks, Eliz., 47

Hanney, Pet. de, Abbot of Abingdon, 245

Harald, Nic., 112

Harcourt, Aubrey, 242, 245; Edith, see Seyntclere; Abp. Edw., see Venables-Vernon; Edw. W., 242, 248; Eliz., see Venables-Vernon; Geo. Granville, 242; Geo. Sim., Earl Harcourt (d. 1809), 236, 237, 238, 242, 244, 248; Sir John, 311; Lewis, Vct. Harcourt, 239, 242, 248; Martha, m. Geo. Baron Vernon, 242; Mary, m. Ric. Taverner, 311; Lady Rebecca, w. of Sim., Earl Harcourt, 237; Ric., 285; Sir Sim., Vct. Harcourt, 234, 237, 241, 242; Sim., Vct. Nuneham, Earl Harcourt (d. 1777), 234, 236, 237, 242, 244, 246, 247; Wm., Earl Harcourt (d. 1830), 242, 249; Sir Wm., 242; Wm. Edw., Vct. Harcourt, 242; Revd. Wm. Vernon, 242; Ctss., 249; fam., 244, 245

Hardinge, —, 124

Hardman, —, glass painter, 105

Hardwick, John de (fl. 1366), 314; John (fl. c. 1400), 314–15; John (fl. 1421), 314–15

Hareng, Denise, m. Eustace de Frescheville, 311; Fulk, 311; Helewis, see Wadard; Ida, see FitzGerard; Rog., 314; Walchelin, 311, 313, 315

Hargreaves, Jas., 289

Harle, Rowland de, 242

Harold, Earl, 268

Harolde, Thos., 158 n

Harper, Thos., 149; fam., 129, 147, 150, 151, 154

Harpesford, see Wheatley Bridge

Harrington, Anne, see Barnard; Sir Edm., 224; Sir Edw. (fl. c. 1635), 221, 223–4, 228; Sir Edw. (d. 1716), 224, 233; Sir Jas. (d. 1614), 223; Sir Jas. (fl. late 17th c.), 222, 223, 224, 228, 233; Jas. (d. 1677), 222; Jas. (fl. 1709), 228; Jas. (d. 1713), 233; Jas. (fl. 1747), 224, 224 n; Kath., see Wright; Lucy, dau. of Sir Edw., 233; Lucy, wid. of Jas. (d. 1713), 233; Margery, see Doyley; Ric. (d. 1712), 224, 233; Ric. (d. 1763), 233; Sarah, see Alston; Theodosia, m. —Fountaine, 233; fam., 223, 227, 230, 233

Harrington (Northants.), 298

Harris, Ric., joiner, 28; Rob., Pres. of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 153; Sam., 184; Alderman, 144

Harrison, H. K., 254; Wm., author, 234

Harse, the, see Worminghall Brook

Hart, John, 258; Sam., 229, 231

Hart Hall, Oxf., princ. of, see Iles

Hartin, Rob., 229, 233

Hartley, Winchcombe Hen., 193; fam., 193

Harwell (Berks.), 53, 142; Free Sch. at, 142, 149

Haseley, Great, 10, 14, 87, 266, 296 n; 1d. of, 80; quarries at, 276; and see Rycote

Haseley stone, 276

Hassall, Mrs. A. G., 109

Hastings, Hugh de, 33; Maud de, m. Rob. De la Mare, 33

Hatfield, Isabel, see Drayton; Steph., 240; Wm., 196

Hatter, Gil. the, 262

Hatton (? or Hadston) fam., 201

Hauville, de, Alice, w. of Hugh (fl. 1255), 139; Hugh (fl. 1255), 139, 143; Hugh (fl. 1279), 139, 144; Isabel, 139; John, 140; Phil., 139, 142; Reyn., 139; Thos., 140; Wm. (fl. 1296), 139; Wm. (fl. 1404), 140; fam., 136

Havergall, Miss B., 299

Hawkes, John, 123, 132

Hawkins, Edw., Prov. of Oriel Coll., Oxf., 210; John, 248; Revd. W., 210; Wm., the elder (fl. 1805), 229; Wm., the younger (fl. 1805), 229

Hawksmoor, Nic., architect, 163

Hawthorne, Nat., author, 239

Hay, see Hye

Hayes, Ric., 123

Hayward, Sam., 66

Headington, 7, 113, 142, 157–68, 183, 203, 281; char., 168; ch. bldg., 166–7; ch. hist., 72, 120, 162, 165– 6, 216, 218, 219, 264; civ. war, 158, 167, 217; commons, 163, 225 n, 294; cts., 162–3, 197, 210, 215 n, 262; Cross, 158, 259; dom. arch., 157–8, 165, 261, 262; ec. hist., 162–5; fisheries, 160, 216; fields, 78, 129, 163; hosps., 159–60; incl., 163, 165; inns, 157, 159, 164: The Britannia, 49, 159; Joan's, 164; man., 2, 3, 5, 50, 61 n, 83, 137, 160– 2, 225, 261, 276; man., lds. of, 219, 262, 281, 294; mkt., 158; mills, 158; New Headington, 159, 167; Old Headington, 159; peculiar of, 120, 165, 218; P.N., 157, 163; pop., 159, 162; Prot. noncf., 167–8; quarries, 157, 159, 163–4, 169, 237, 260, 281; rds., 157, 159, 162; Rom. Cathm., 167; Royal Palace (Ethelred's), 57, 157, 160, 161, 165; schs., 168; stone, 163–4, 166, 167, 169, 237, 259; streets: Barton Lane, 157; Cheney Lane, 259; Church St., 157; Copse Lane, 157; Gipsy Lane, 159, 259; Lime Walk, 159, 167, 168, 169; London Rd., 157, 158, 159, 168; Margaret Rd., 168; Marston Rd., 157; North Place, 157; Old High St., 157, 158; Old Rd., 159; Quarry High St., 167; Trinity Rd., 167; Windmill Rd., 158, 159; taxes, 162, 163, 318; top., 157–60, 177, 214, 259, 261, 275, 278, 293; Vic., 166; wds., 157, 163; and see Barton; Headington Quarry; Highfield; Wick

Headington Hill, 112, 158, 164, 259, 260, 262, 263

Headington Hund., 3

Headington Plateau, 275

Headington Poor Law Union, 159

Headington Quarry, in Headington, 159, 163–4, 165, 166; ch. bldg., 167; noncf., 167–8; sch., 168

Hearne, Thos., antiquary, 14, 73, 132, 164, 167, 189, 246, 259, 260, 264, 267, 268, 270, 272, 273, 292, 299; Thos., yeoman (d. 1686), 227; fam., 227

Hearth tax, see taxes under parish entries

Heaster, Mr., 294

Heath, Mic., see Hethe

Heath Bridge, in Ambrosden, 15, 20 n, 249, 250

Hebborne, John, 253

Heber, Ric., M.P. for Oxf. Univ., 265

Hedges, Revd. Isaac, 292

Hedsor, Phil. of, 72

Hele, Pet., 108

Helewis, w. of Wm., Ct. of Évreux, 107

Hellier, see Shaw Hellier

Hemins, Edw., bell-founder, 93, 257, 308

Henderson, John (fl. 1877), 64; Capt. John (fl. 1953), 64, 76; fam., 64

Hendred (Berks.), 87

Henley, Anna Maria Rooke, m. Geo. Greaves, 307; F. G., 306; Francis, 299; Georgina, see Fane; Capt. J. C. W., 299; Jos. (d. 1832), 295, 296, 299, 304, 306–7, 309; Jos. J. (d. 1910), 299; Jos. W. (d. 1884), 109, 299, 305, 308; fam., 296, 299 n

Henrietta Maria, queen of Chas. I, 81, 94, 208

Henry I, King, 53, 82, 104, 107, 120, 121, 131, 139, 152, 160, 165, 185, 218, 261, 264, 284, 304

Henry II, King, 69, 137, 225

Henry III, King, 21, 53, 57, 60, 61, 116, 125, 137, 141, 203, 279

Henry IV, King, 60, 170

Henry V, King, 62, 107, 245

Henry VI, King, 57, 62

Henry VII, King, 34; parl. of, 161

Henry VIII, King, 24, 62, 72, 125, 140, 218, 245, 252, 269

Henry VIII's Coll. (later Christ Church), Oxf., 82, 121, 152, 165, 252, 255, 261, 273

Henry, Prince of Wales, bro. of Chas. I, 277

Henry, r. of Pangbourne, 31

Henry s. of Ad. the ferryman, 272

Henry s. of Geof., 33

Henry, burgess of Oxf., 82, 191

Henry the clerk, 195, 196

Henry le passur, 272

Henry the smith, 199

Henry (fl. 13th c.), Ric. s. of, 81

Herbert s. of Pet., 10 n

Herbert (fl. 1086), 172

Herbert (d. 1235), Pet. s. of, 10

Herbert (fl. 1243), Pet. s. of, 10

Herbert (fl. 13th c.), Reyn. s. of, 297

Herbert, Esther, 188; John, 210; fam., 188

Hereford, earls of, see Bohun; FitzOsbern

Heritage, John (d. 1726), mason, 227; John (fl. 1780), mason, 27, 232; Thos., mason, 227

Hermit, Ralph the, 252, 258

Hermits, 142, 190, 199, 202, 203, 252, 258

Herne, Wm., 128

Herny (d. 1349), 85

Heron, Prior of Wallingford, 151

Herschel, Sir Wm., bt., astronomer, 207

Hert, Gil., 84 n; fam., 85

Hertford Coll., Oxf., 281; princ. of, see Sharp

Hervey (fl. 1086), 299

Hester, Mr., 13

Heth, Rob., 316

Hethe (Heath), Mic., 81, 182

Hewes, John, 305

Hewett, —, 69

Hewster, Thos., 261

Heyes, Revd. J. L., 233

Heyford, Lower, 33

Heythrop, 179

Heyton, Eleanor, m. Ric. Taverner (fl. 1600), 312; John, 312

Heywood, Ann 133; Eliz., m. — Fonnereau, 127; Francis (d. 1722), and his w. Dorothy, 127, 133; Francis (d. 1739), 127, 130, 133; Francis (d. 1747), 127; Mary, w. of Francis (d. 1739), 133; Mary, m. — Wright, 127; Wm., 127, 133; Mrs., wid. of Francis (d. 1747), 132; fam., 130, 133

Hiatt, Mat., 291

Higgins, Edw., 133

High Wycombe, see Wycombe

Highfield, eccles. par., 159, 166

Hildesle (Ildesley), Hugh de, 277; Sir Ric. de, 277; —, see Hadlow

Hill, Ann, 271 n; Revd. Chas., 256, 257; Jas., 271 n; Mrs. Lee, 270, 273; Rob., 196, 197

Hindon (Wilts.), 312

Hinksey (Berks.), South, 189

Hinton, Jas. (d. 1823), 99, 214, 265; Jas. (fl. 1825), 156, 214, 265, 266

Hitchins, Edw., 190

Hobbes, Geo., 287

Hobbs, Rob. W., farmer, 120

Hockmore St. (or Middle Cowley), in Cowley, 76, 77, 82, 83, 84, 88, 89, 96, 189, 190, 199, 205; and see Cowley

Holford, Dame Eliz., 292; Wm. de, 301

Holiday (Holyday), Barton, Archd. of Oxf., 191, 202, 203; Eliz., see Wickham; Geo., 202

Holland, Hen., architect, 238; —, builder, 115

Holland-Hibbert, Capt. the Hon. Wilfrid, 63, 72

Hollow Brook, in Horspath, 177, 183

Holloway, Chas., 286; John, 202; Ric. (fl. 1671), 80; Ric. (fl. 1816), 20, 22; Wm., 20; fam., 80, 87

Holly, Wm., 315; fam., 315

Holmes, John, 54; Revd. Rob., 291

Holship, Wm., 27

Holton, 5, 6, 7, 96, 116, 122, 168–77; char., 177; ch. bldg., 175; ch. hist., 14, 174–5, 281; civ. war, 170; dom. arch., 169; ec. hist., 173–4; farms, 169, 170, 174; Grove, 4; Ho. (Park), 169, 170, 172, 175, 177; incl., 173; mans., 161, 170–3: Grove, 172, 173, 174; Seintlice, 151, 171, 173; mills, 168, 173, 174; noncf., 176; occs., 130, 169, 174; pk., 169, 170, 172, 181; P.N., 170, 173; pop., 173; rectors, 114, 131, 173, 175, 316; rds., 168, 169; schs., 99, 176–7, 281; taxes, 173, 174, 318; top., 168; wds., 96, 116, 168– 9, 173; and see Lyehill; Pilfrance; St. Valery, hon. of; Vent, the; Wallingford, hon. of

Holton Brook, 96, 168, 295, 300

Holyday, see Holiday

Holywell, see Oxford

Home Missionary Soc., 28

Honorius II, Pope, 261

Hoole, Francis Wm., 161–2; Col. Jas., 161

Hope fam., 215

Horae Consecratae, by Sir Jas. Harrington (fl. late 17th c.), 222, 223

Hore, Anne, m. Unton Croke (d. 1671), 217, 220; Edith, m. 1 Thos. Fulthorpe, 2 Rowland Pudsey, 118; Gil., 118; Joan, w. of John, 118; John (fl. early 15th c.), 118; John (d. 1471), 118; Mic., 217

Horley, 34

Horn, John, 183, 184; Thos., 184

Horne, Revd. E. H., 150 n, 154; Geo., Pres. of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., later Bp. of Norwich, 186; John, 165

Horner, Hen., carpenter, 27

Horseman, Eliz., 98, 175; Maria, 98

Horspath (Church, Lower or Nether), 3, 6, 100, 109, 146 n, 177–89; char., 184, 189; ch. bldg., 92, 187–8; ch. hist., 185–7; civ. war, 178; commons, 177, 182, 183; cts., 179, 182; dom. arch., 178; ec. hist., 180–5, 226; farms, 177, 178, 182, 183, 184, 185; field map, 181; fields, 177, 180, 183; incl., 178, 180, 182, 183, 184, 185; inns, 178, 184, 185; mans., 81, 178–80, 182; Man. Ho., 178; noncf., 184, 188; occs., 185, 201; P.N., 177, 182; poor rel., 184; pop., 180, 182; rcty. est., 186; schs., 178, 186, 188; taxes, 178, 180, 182, 184, 318; top., 78, 79, 157, 177–8; wds., 180, 182, 183, 278; yeo. fams., 184; and see Bullingdon Green; Horspath, Old; Hospitallers; Magdalen Coll.; St. Valery, hon. of; Templars; Wallingford, hon. of

Horspath, Old, Over or Upper, 6, 177–8, 179, 180–2, 318

Horspath Rent and Shoe Club, 187

Horton, in Beckley, 56, 58, 64, 68, 69, 70, 282, 302; Budds Green, 58; chap., 73–74; ch., 75; field syst., 67, 69; Goose Green, 58; incl., 69, 70; taxes, 318; and see Beckley, ec. hist., mans.

Horton cum Studley, civ. par., 56

Horwood, Messrs., glass-painters, 55

Horwood (Devon), 52, 241

Horwoode, John de, 186

Hospitallers (Order of St. John of Jerusalem), advowson, 273; chap., 91; ct., 226; dissolution, 81, 208, 223, 269–70; Grand Master, 225; preceptory of Sandford, 64, 86, 91, 269–70; prior of, 145, 179, 273; and see Docwra; Malorre; Thame, Phil. of; prop. in Cowley, 81, 83, 86, 192–3, 200, 211, 226; Fewcot, 226; Garsington, 143, 145; Horspath, 179, 180, 182, 226; Littlemore, 86, 192–3, 208, 211; Marlake, 64; Merton, 223, 224, 225–6; Sandford, 81, 106, 268, 269

House fam., 111

Howard, Chas., Ld. Howard of Effingham, cr. Earl of Nottingham (d. 1624), 193; Chas., Earl of Nottingham (d. 1642), 193; F. E., architect, 75 n

Howchyn, Wm., 21

Howell, John, 201; Thos., 128; fam., 201

Howitt, Wm., 231

Howse, Ralph, 174

Huddesford, Geo., Pres. of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 153, 154

Huddlestone, Ric., 62

Hudson, John, 265

Hugford, Anne, see Empson; John, 298

Hugh, ld. of Tidmarsh, John s. of, 80, 80 n, 81 n

Hugh, Master, r. of Garsington, 152

Hugh, r. of St. Clement's, 264 n

Hugh s. of Hugh, 144

Hugh s. of Ric., 144

Hugh the forester, 276 n

Hugh 'le millewarde', 85

Hugh (fl. 1086), 50

Hulc, Wm., 314

Hull, Wal. at, 67

Humble Brook, 143, 146

Humphrey, Prior of Kenilworth, 202

Humphrey, Lawr., Fellow of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 185

Humphreys, Revd. —, 44

Hunt, Ric., 25

Huntingdon, ctss. of, see Leybourne; earls of, see David, Malcolm, Senlis, Waltheof, William; hon. of, 223, 224, 251

Hurst, Ann, see Pike; Edw., 88; John, 89; Steph. (d. 1818), 88; Steph. (fl. 1818), 88; Wm., 88; fam., 87, 88, 89

Hurst (Berks.), 312

Huse, Geof., 239; Gundreda, see Warenne

Hussey, Cath., 257; R. C., architect, 204; Mrs., 270; fam., 273

Hutchinson, Dr. Chas., 20

Huxley, Aldous, author, 137

Huxtable, John, 44

Hye (Hay, Hyze), John, 216; Juliana, m. 1 Edw. Mortimer, 2 Austin Gainsford, 209; Rob., 209; Wm., 209; fam., 209, 216; and see Bastard, Thos.

I

Ickford (Bucks.), 4, 13, 151, 189, 202

Ickford Bridge, 8, 9

Ifelde, John de, 284

Iffley (Givetelei), 5, 76, 78, 87, 88, 91, 189–206, 269, 272; bridge, 190; char., 205–6; ch. bldg., 201, 202, 203–4; ch. hist., 86, 87, 191, 201–3; civ. war, 191; Compt. cens., 204; cts., 190, 197, 210; dom. arch., 189–90, 191, 194, 204; ec. hist., 197–201; fairs, 191; field syst., 190; fishery, 82, 195, 196, 202 n, 207; guild, 200, 203; incl., 190, 197, 201; inns, 189, 190, 201; land in, 82, 84, 85, 209, 210; lesser ests., 194–7, 200, 202; Lincoln Farm est., 189, 194–5, 196, 197, 207, 208–9, 211; Lincoln Farm Ho., 190, 191, 194; lock, 191, 196, 197; man., 63, 82, 83, 191–4, 206, 208, 209 n, 210, 211; Mill est., 194, 195, 196, 197, 199, 200, 202 n, 211; mills, 189, 191, 195–7, 199, 200, 201; noncf., 195, 204; occs., 195, 196, 199, 200, 201; P.N., 191, 194, 195; pop., 199, 210; quarry, 199; Recty., 190, 195, 202; rcty. est., 82, 194, 200, 202; rds., 189, 190, 207; schs., 190, 204– 5; taxes, 200, 201, 318; top., 189– 91; Turn, 190, 207; Vic., 202, 203; vicars, 202, 203, 204; weir, 271; worthies, 191; yeo. fams., 200, 201; and see Littlemore, Magdalen Coll., Templars

Ildesley, see Hildesle

Iles, Thos., Princ. of Hart Hall, Oxf., 107, 108

Ilmer (Bucks.), 302

Inclosures, see incl. under parish entries

Ind, Maj., 194

Ingleton, Anne, see Empson; Geo., and his w. Sibyl, 298; Jane, m. Humph. Tyrrell, 298; Rob., 298; fam., 298

Ingoldsby, Sir Ric., and his w. Eliz., 76; Thos., 76

Ingram, Revd. Dr. Jas., Pres. of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 137, 149, 153, 155, 156; fam., 155

Inkpen (Berks.), 34

Innocent III, Pope, 152, 261, 269

Inns, see under parish entries

Ipwell, see Epwell

Ireland, Dr., 191

Iremonger, John le, 174

Ireton, Bridget, see Cromwell; Gen. Hen., 170, 283

Irons, Chris., 233; John, 233

Isabel, queen of Edw. II, 160 n

Isabel, Pncss., m. Ingram de Coucy, Earl of Bedford, 193

Isabel, dau. of Marg. sister of Sir John Chandos, 286

Iseward (fl. 1086), 51

Isham, Eliz., see Dunch; Sir Euseby, 273; John, 273

Islip, 56, 60, 111, 117, 169, 215–16, 278, 310, 314; civ. war in, 284; liberty of, 2

Ives, John, 12

Ivry, see d'Ivry

Ivry la Bataille (France), 60

Izard, see Shillingford

J

Jacks, Olive, see Olive Jacks Memorial Field

Jackson, Alex., 17; Amb., 229, 230; Dr. Cyril, 100; Sarah, 205; Sir Thos., architect, 77; Wm., 165, 263; fam., 114, 291

Jackson's Oxford Journal, 263

Jacob s. of Moses, 50

Jacob, John, 303

Jacobson, Wm., Bp. of Chester, 191

James I, King, 44, 62, 277

James II, King, 316

James, Duke of Monmouth, 167

James, Christine, m. Edm. Rede, 253; Kath., see Pole; Mary, w. of Ric., 193; Maud, see Fitzellis; Ric., 193; Rob. (d. 1432), 253, 277, 298; Rob. (fl. 1541), 210; Thos., Bodley's Librarian, 279; Mr., 190

Jannaway (Janaway), John (fl. 1810), 206; John (fl. 1816), 156; Thos., bell-founder, 204

Jarrett, Geo., 155; Thos., 266

Jeffries, Mrs., 213; —, 196

Jenkins, Wm., 241

Jenkinson, Sir Banks, 158

Jennens, Eliz., 34; Jas., 44, 53; Pet., 34; Ric., 53; Wm., 34, 43, 53

Jephson, Frances, m. Sir John Aubrey (d. 1743), 252; Mary, see Lewis; Wm., 252

Jerom, Wm., 196

Jersey, Isle of, 138

Jesus Coll., Oxf., 45, 279; princ. of, see Lewis, Dav.

Jews, 84, 199

Joan, queen of Hen. IV, 160 n

Joan of Hedington, Tragi-Comedy of, by Dr. Wm. King, 164

Joan of Piddington, see Basset

Jocelin (or Josce), 172, 174; Ranulph s. of, 172, 174

Jodrell, Judith, m. John Nourse (d. 1774), 312; Paul, 312

John, King, 5, 33, 61, 82, 251, 297

John, Abbot of Oseney, 188

John, Prior of Sandford Preceptory, 272

John, r. of Stanton, 290

John s. of Hugh ld. of Tidmarsh, 80, 80 n, 81 n

John s. of Reyn. FitzPeter, 297 n

John le charpenter, 174

John the clerk, 199

John the ferryman, 51; dau. of, see Agnes

John the franklin, 301

John the glover, 262

John le iremonger, 174

John the miller, of Iffley, 195, 199

John the miller, of Stanton, 301

John the somenour, 152

John le venour, 278

John (fl. c. 1200), Ric. s. of, 179

Johnson, Revd. John, 274; Dr. Sam., lexicographer, 117, 190, 195; Dr., bursar of the Queen's Coll., 45, 54

Jones, Anne, w. of Thos., 317; Mary (fl. 1795), 165; Mary (fl. 1805), 229; Mary (fl. 1845), 165; Thos., 316, 317; Mr., 263

Jones & Willis (Lond.), glass-painters, 257

Jordan, Martin, 196, 211

Josce, see Jocelin

Joyner, see Lyde

Judith, Ctss., 223, 251

Juggins, Ann, 115; Wm., 111; —, a cockfighter, 114; fam., 113

Juliana, dau. of Wal. the smith, 304

K

Katherine, queen of Hen. V, 62

Keble, John, 265

Kedleston (Derb.), 298

Keene, Ric., bell-founder, 28, 93, 156, 176, 233; W. R., 274

Kelmscott, in Broadwell, 120

Kem, Sam., 13

Kemp, John, 315; Wm. (d. 1558), 315; Wm. (d. 1605), 315; fam., 315

Kempe, C. E., glass-painter, 93, 105

Kenilworth Priory (Warws.), 82, 87, 191, 199, 200–2; priors of, see Efteley, Humphrey

Keniton, in Radley (Berks.), 269

Kennett, White, Bp. of Peterborough, 17, 18, 22, 25–26, 27, 28, 29–30, 231

Kennington (Kennyngton), Bern., 201 n, 210; Thos., or Barnarde, 102; Wal., or Barnard, 195, 196, 201

Kennington (Berks.), 271

Kennington Island, in Littlemore, 207

Kensington (Lond.), 261

Kent, Bart. of, kt., 171

Kent, Hugh, 53; Thos., 13; Wm., architect, 276

Kenulf, King of Mercia, 268

Kepeharm, Alice, m. Pet. Tubney, 142; John, 142

Kersinton (Cassington), Denise de, see Talemasch; Emma de, w. of Hen., 84 n; Sir Hen. (or of Cowley), 80, 81, 84, 197; Wm. de, 82, 84; fam., 84, 199

Kerston Hall (Northants.), 161

Kerwood, A. B., 270

Kettell, Ralph, Pres. of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 152, 153

Keys, P. H., architect, 115

Kidlington, 143, 148

Kimber, Ant., 183; Thos., 212, 214; —, a Jesuit, 214; fam., 214

King, John, 150; Ric., 22; Rob., 219; S. W., 143, 150; Sam., 150; Thos., 22; Dr. Wm., 164

Kingerlee, T. H., builder, 293

Kingston Bagpuize (Berks.), 246

Kingston (Lisle), in Sparsholt (Berks.), 9, 192

Kirby, Mr., 22

Kirkby, Wm. de, Prior of Wallingford, 151

Kirtlington, 172; Hunds., 3

Knap, Wm., 38, 40

Knight, Ellis (fl. 1625), bell-founder, 46, 204; Ellis (fl. 1650), bellfounder, 133; Hen. (fl. 1615), bellfounder, 106; Hen. (fl. 1650), bellfounder, 133

Knollis, Revd. Francis, 186

Knollys (or Knolles), Eliz., w. of Sir Wm., 81; Eliz., m. Sir Francis Curson (d. 1727), 296, 307; Sir Francis, 81, 179, 208; Sir Wm., later Vct. Wallingford and Earl of Banbury, 81, 88, 208, 266

Knot, Wm., 44

Kute, Reyn., 301; Wm., 301

Kyrkham, Rob., 116

L

Lacy, de, Ilbert (fl. 1086), 125, 284, 289; Ilbert (fl. 1137), 289; Rob., 125, 284

Lake, Art., Ward. of New Coll., Oxf., later Bp. of Bath and Wells, 290

Laking, Pet. de, 246

Lambert, Marg., m. Ric. Taverner, 311; Wal., goldsmith, 311

Lamott, John, 110

Lancaster, duchy of, 33; earl of, 81 n

Land tax, see taxes under parish entries

Landrein, John, 286

Lane, Eliz., see Pollard; Dr. John, 34, 35, 46, 48 n; Hon. Mrs., 118

Langdon, Thos., mapmaker, 78 n, 206

Langley (Bucks.), 237

Langley, in Claverdon (Warws.), 118

Langston, John, 195, 196

Langton, Thos., Bp. of Salisbury, later of Winchester, 50, 51, 52

Lanquett, John, 189

Latemer, Gil., see Marshal

Latimer, Edw., wine merchant, 165, 281; —, w. of Edw., 165

Laud, Wm., Abp. of Canterbury, 100, 219, 241

Lavington, Market (Wilts.), 33

Lawrence, D. H., author, 137

Laxman, Joan, and her husband, 138

Leadbetter, Stiff, architect, 237, 238

Leake, Hen., 94, 201, 204

Leaver, Eliz., w. of Thos., 210; Thos., 210

Leche, John de, Abbot of Oseney, 300

Ledhale, John de, 301

Ledhale (Ledall), in Waterperry, 4, 296, 297, 300, 301, 302, 303, 305, 318

Ledwell, Charlotte, see Croke; Jas., 58, 66; John, 127; Mary, w. of Thos. (fl. 1780), 75; Thos. (fl. 1728), 66; Thos. (fl. 1780), 58, 66; Wm. (fl. 1728), 63; Wm. (d. 1766), 63; Wm. (d. 1779), 75, 289; Mrs., 287n; —, m. Wells the schoolmaster, 66; fam., 58, 66

Lee, Thos., Pres. of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 153, 154

Legge, Col. Wm., 100

Leicester, earl of, 208; and see Beaumont, Montfort

Leicester, arms of borough of, 307

Leicester, archd. of, 246

Leicester, hon. of, 208

Leigh, Ann, see Bee; Cassandra, m. Sam. Cooke, 72, 75; Cassandra, m. Sir Edw. Turner (d. 1766), 16, 18, 258; Mary, see Lord; Theoph., Master of Balliol Coll., Oxf., 18, 72, 72 n, 75; Wm., 18

Leigh, North, 5, 161

Leighton, Sir Thos., 140

Leiston (Suff.), 35

Leland, John, antiquary, 64, 91, 171, 268; Sir Thos. (or Leyland), 227, 269

Lelham, Rob., and his w. Isabel, 172; Wm. (d. by 1418), and his w. Cecily, 172; Wm. (fl. 1422), 172

Leofwine (fl. 1086), 239

Leslie, Fr. Chas., 265, 308

Letten, Susanna, 305 n

Leverich fam., 200

Leverton (Lincs.), 269

Levinz, Baptist, Bp. of Sodor and Man, 186

Lewes, John, and his w. Agnes, 52; Wm., 227

Lewes, battle of, 61

Lewin (fl. 1086), 82, 191, 195

Lewis, Dav., Princ. of Jesus Coll., Oxf., 191, 193; Edw., 252; Joan, w. of John, 204; John, 190, 193, 204; Marg., see Banastre; Mary, m. 1 Wm. Jephson, 2 Sir John Aubrey (d. 1700), 252; Wm., 252

Lewknor (Lewkenor), Eleanor, see Camoys; Jane, m. Sir Wm. Barantyne, 110; Sir Rog. (fl. 1430), 50, 110; Sir Rog. (fl. 1500), 110

Lewknor, 312

Ley, Jos., 207

Leybourne, Juliana de, Ctss. of Huntingdon, 61

Leyburn, Rog. de, 284

Leyland, Sir Thos., see Leland

Lichfield, bp. of, see Wright, Rob.

Lichfield Theological Coll., princ. of, see Massey

Lillingstone Lovell (Bucks.), 63

Lincoln, earl of, see Pole, John de la

Lincoln, bishopric of, 4, 52; bp. as diocesan, 13, 42, 43, 125, 165, 272; bps. of, see Alexander; Burghersh; Chesney, Rob. de; Gravesend; Grosseteste; Longland; St. Hugh; Sutton, Oliver; Welles, Hugh de; consistory ct., 256; lands, 4, 6, 35, 37, 51, 52, 101

Lincoln, Dean and Chapter of, 230

Lincoln Coll., Oxf., ch. belonging to, 131; fellow of, 132; prop., 87, 89, 124, 127, 164, 190, 194–7, 200, 208, 211

Lincoln Diocesan Registry, 256

Lindsey, Wm., 188

Lindsey, earls of, see Bertie, Montagu (d. 1666), and Rob. (d. 1642)

Lirpyn (Lyrpin, Liripin), Ric., 86; —, 85; fam., 86 n

Lisle, de, Alice, see FitzGerold; Alice, see Teyes; John, Ld. Lisle of Rougemont (d. 1355), 9; Marg. see Pippard; Marg., m. Thos. Berkeley, Ld. Berkeley, 9; Rob. (d. c. 1262), 9; Rob., Ld. Lisle of Rougement (d. c. 1399), 9, 9 n; Warin (d. 1296), 9; Warin (d. 1322), 9; Warin, Ld. Lisle of Kingston Lisle (d. 1382), 9, 9 n, 298; Sir Wm. 298; fam., 9

Lister, Kath., see Glynne

Little Baldon, see Baldon, Little

Little Iffley, see Iffley, Little

Little Milton, see Milton, Little

Littlemore, John, 214

Littlemore, 189, 191 n, 193, 197, 199, 201, 206–14; char., 205–6, 212, 214; ch. bldg., 213–14; ch. hist., 212–13; cts., 197, 210; dom. arch., 206–7; ec. hist., 210–12; farms, 206, 207, 212; field map, 189; fields, 207; fishery, 211; hosp., 206, 207, 210; incl., 207, 208, 209; inns, 207, 208, 210; land in, 85, 195, 200; Lawn Upton Ho., 206, 207, 214; lesser estates, 195, 200, 208–10; man., 81, 207–8, 210, 212; Man. Ho., 206, 212; Moor, 212; noncf., 214; occs., 212; P.N., 207; pop., 210; rlwy., 206–7; rcty., 210, 212; 'St. George's', 201, 206, 208, 212, 213, 214; schs., 206, 214; taxes, 200, 210, 211, 318; tithes, 209–10, 211; top., 206–7; worthies, 207; yeo. fams., 211–12; and see Abingdon Abbey, Hospitallers, Iffley, Littlemore Priory, Templars

Littlemore County Sch., 156, 188

Littlemore Priory (the Mynchery), 268–70, 272; ch. appropriated to, 290; lands of, 52, 86, 125, 145, 208, 286, 313; mills of, 196, 271; prsses. of, 37, 125, 144, 145, 211, 269; rents of, 208, 208 n; site and bldgs. of (in Sandford), 207, 267–8, 274 wd. of, 180, 182, 183, 272–3, 279

Littleworth, in Cuddesdon, 96, 97, 108, 109, 111, 113, 114, 177

Loader, Rob., 142

Local Government Act (1858), 206

Lock (Locke), Sir Jos., banker, 89, 165, 166, 265; Wm., 63; fam., 190; trustees of Sir Jos., 89

Lock Meadow Island, in Sandford, 270, 271

Lockhart, J. G., novelist, 265; John, J., later Wastie, 80, 90; fam., 87

Loder fam., 215

Loggan, Dav., engraver, 260

'Lokeselp', see Lock Meadow Island

London, John de (fl. 1295), 9; John, Ward. of New Coll., Oxf., 290; Thos., 187

London, 34, 41, 163, 273; coaches to, 111; mkt. of, 111; mayor of, see Robinson, John

London Brick Co., 112

London City Mission, 95

London Midland & Scottish Rlwy., 15

Long, E. T., 257; Wm., 38,40

Long Compton, see Compton, Long

Long Crendon, see Crendon, Long

Long Wittenham, see Wittenham, Long

Longland, John, Bp. of Lincoln, 289

Longley, Chas. T., Abp. of Canterbury, 91 n, 93

Lord, Mary, m. Wm. Leigh, 18; Rob., 18; Thos., 24

Loretta of Hackington, anchoress, 203

Lost villages, see Ash; Baldon, Little; Baldon St. Lawrence; Chilworth Musard; Chilworth Valery; Chippinghurst; Coombe; Grove; Horspath, Upper; Ledhale; Marlake; 'Old Wheatley'; Stowford; Woodperry.

Louches, de, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Camoys, 50, 110; Ellen, see Wace; Geo., 37, 49, 51; Joan, see De la Mare; John (fl. 1279), 49; John (fl. 1320), 146; Sir John (fl. 1330), 5c, 110, 146; John (fl. 1337), 278; John (fl. 1340), 138; Margery, w. of Rob., 50; Sir Ric., 50, 110, 111; Rob., 37, 49, 50, 146, 211; Sir Wm., 50, 110; fam., 110, 211

Loundres, Joan, see Elsfield; Thos., 118

Lovaygne, Marg. de, see St. John; Marg. de, m. 1 — Chamberlain, 2 Phil. Seyntclere, 285; Sir Nic., 285

Loveden, Alice, w. of Thos., 51; Thos., 50, 51, 51 n

Lovel (Lovell), Eliz., see Seyntclere; Sir Francis, 277 n; Sir John, 285; Wm., 285; fam., 60

Lovelace, Anne, 292

Lowe, Mary, m. 1 Ric. Pudsey, 2 Hen. Brett, 118, 122, 221; Ric (d. 1616), 261; Ric. (fl. 1630), 261; Wm., 261

Lower Arncot, see Arncot, Lower

Lower Heyford, see Heyford, Lower

Lowndes, Wm., 179

Lucerne, 6, 13; and see Sainfoin

Lucy, de, Cecily, m. Rog. de St. John, 284; Geof., 284; Gerard, 311; Maud, m. Ralph FitzGeoffrey, 311; Reyn., 284

Ludbrook stream, 128

Ludgershall (Bucks.), 223, 249, 250, 254

Luke, Sir Sam., 236, 260

Lusher, Geo., 129

Lyde (or Joyner), Edw., 178, 184; Francis, 102, 159; John, 178, 184; Ric. (d. 1613), 102, 104, 159; Ric. (fl. 1620), 102; Rob. (d. c. 1557), 102; Rob. (fl. 1570), 102; Wm., 188; — (fl. 17th c.), 184; fam., 184

Lydiard Tregoze (Wilts.), 140

Lydyard, Clemence, see St. John; Joan, m. Ric. Chamberleyn, 285; John, 285; Thos., 285, 286; fam., 285

Lyehill, in Holton, 170; quarries at, 169, 174

Lyngham, Leon., 44

Lyrpin, see Lirpyn

Lys, Revd. J. T., 231, 232

M

Mablyston, Wm., 223

Macclesfield, earls of, 98, 103, 107, 108, 148, 180; and see Parker

McDougall, Jas., 108

Macfarlane, Revd. Chas., 154

Mache, Hen. de, see Wheatley

Mackarness, John, Bp. of Oxf., 105

Mackarness (Mackaness), John, 70; Mr., 151

Mackay, E. G., 46

McKay, Mr., 233

Magdalen Bridge, Oxf., 150, 215, 259, 260, 263; land adjoining, 77, 266; and see East Bridge

Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 13, 72, 188, 189, 262, 279; bldgs., 112, 163, 187; chs., 183, 185–6, 188, 273; fellows of, 73, 104, 175, 185, 186, 195, 219, 312, 316; and see Cooke, G. T. and T. L.; mill, 158; pres. of, 186, 279, and see Bulley, Butler, Horne, Geo.; prop. in Cuddesdon, 98, 101, 102, 107, 114; Garsington, 142, 149, 150, 156; Horspath, 183– 4; Iffley, 194, 197, 200; Shotover, 279–81; other prop., 87, 128, 157, 165, 216, 262, 270, 299, 304; quarry, 163, 164, 281

Magdalen Hall, Oxf., 259

Maitland, Gammie, 277, 281

Makkeneye, Wm., 278

Malbon, Sam., 156

Malcolm, King of Scotland, also Earl of Huntingdon, 229, 251

Malcolm, John, architect, 178

Mallam, Ric., 184; Thos., 184

Mallory, J., 194

Malorre, Rob., Prior of the Hospitallers in England, 269

Maltale, Rob., maltster, 85

Maltman, John, 200

Malton (Glos.), 87

Mann, Wm. s. of, 19

Mann, Anne, see White

Mansfield, Kath., author, 137

Mapledurham Chazey, 80, 141

Mapmakers, see Bird; Burghers; Cary, Rob.; Chapman; Collisson; Davis, Ric.; Langdon; Sargeant; Smith, Rob.

March, earl of, see Mortimer

Mardyn (or Fuller), Wm., 196

Mare (Mara), see De la Mare

Mare, Revd. Hen., 96

Margaret, queen of Edw. 1, 81, 160

Margaret, queen of Hen. VI, 57

Market Lavington, see Lavington, Market

Marlake, in Beckley, 56, 63, 68, 69, 225; and see Beckley, Hospitallers, Templars

Marlborough, duke of, see Churchill, Geo.; Spencer, Chas.

Marlborough (Wilts.), 192

Marmion fam., 38, 303

Marowe, Thos., 106 n

Marriott, Chas., 212, 213

Marsh, John, 21; Jos., 27, 30; Thos., 27

Marsh Baldon, see Baldon, Marsh

Marsh Gibbon (Bucks.), 29, 233; Trustees of the Poor of, 255

Marshal, Anselm, Earl of Pembroke, 139; Gil. the (fl. 1086) (or Latemer), 139, 144; Gil. the (d. 1166), 139; John the (d. 1165), 139; John the (d. 1194), 139; John (fl. 1215), of Ireland, 80, 81, 84 n; Ric., Earl of Pembroke (d. 1234), 179; Wm., Earl of Pembroke (d. 1219), 179; Wm. (fl. 1245), 81

Marshall, Revd. Edw. (d. 1839), 202; Edw. (fl. 19th c.), 202

Marston, 7, 83, 214–21; chars., 122, 217, 221; ch. bldg., 218, 219–20; ch. hist., 121, 162, 165, 216, 218– 19, 264; civ. war, 217; commons, 216, 294; Copse Lane, 214; Ct. Place Farm, 215, 216, 217; dom. arch., 215; ec. hist., 163, 215–18; farms, 215, 221; ferry, 215; fields, 216, 217; fisheries, 216; incl., 216, 217, 221; inns, 215, 217, 217 n; man., 215; Man. Ho. (Cromwell Ho.), 215, 217; mill, 215, 216; noncf., 220; occs., 217, 218; par. govt., 216; P.N., 215; pop., 217, 218; rds., 214–15, 218; schs., 218, 221; taxes, 162, 217, 262, 318; top., 116, 119, 158, 214–15, 278; Vic., 219; wds., 216; Workman's Hall, 218, 220; yeo. fams., 199, 209, 211, 215, 218; and see Marston, New

Marston, New, in Oxf., 214, 218; mission chap., 219; ch. (R.C.), 220; sch., 221

Martin, Chas., organ builder, 155; Revd. Dav., 94; John (fl. 1476), 286; John (fl. 1523), 19; John, s. of John (fl. 1523), 19; John (fl. 1580), s. of Thos., 19; Marion, m. Hen. Standard, 20; Nic., s. of Thos., 19; Rob. (d. c. 1797), 230; Rob. (fl. 1797), 230; Thos. (d. 1553), 19; Thos. (d. 1587), 19, 20; fam., 19– 20, 209

Maryland, Jas., 266

Mason, Edm., 127, 128, 129; Ric, 287; Revd. Wm., 238, 247–8; fam., 87, 209

Masons, see Arkyns, Wm.; Beclee; Blewitt; Cooper; Heritage; Nash; Orchard, Wm.; Robinson, Rob., Wm., fam.; Townesend, Steph., Wm., fam.; Turrill; Wood, Thos.; Varney

Massey, Canon E. R., 221 n, 231

Master, Diana, see Whorwood; Edw., 128, 172, 175; Wm., 175

Matham, Mary, 176

Mather, Cath., 159, 168; John, 292; Mary, 293

Mather's Farm, in Headington, 164

Mathews fam., 66

Mathieu, Amand, 275

Matilda ad fontem, 309

Matthews, John, 161; Mr., 256; Mrs., 161

Maud, Ctss. of Boulogne, queen of King Stephen, 80, 279

Maud, Empress, 5, 60, 160, 260

Maud, a washerwoman, 242

Maurice, Prince, 9

Mavor, Revd. John, Fellow of Lincoln Coll., Oxf., 132, 133; Revd. Wm., 132

Maydenhatch, Isabel de, see De la Mare; Sibyl de, 138; Thos. de, 138, 155

Maylard, John, 290

Maynard, r. of Nuneham Courtenay, 246

Mead, Wm., 201; fam., 201

Mears, C. & G., bell-founders, 213

Mears & Stainbank, bell-founders, 93

Measey, Geo., 307

Mechlin (Belgium), 25

Mede, Wm., 87

Medieval taxes, see taxes under parish entries

Medley, in Oxf., 2, 87

Meers, Jas., 69

Meisnil (Mesnille, Meynill), Isabel de. m. Ralph Musard, 179; Ralph, 208; Rob. (fl. 1195), 208; Rob. (fl. 1200), 208; Wm., 208

Meleward, Felise le, 226

Melsam, Geo., 136, 136 n, 140, 146, 148

Meneyngsherde, John, 286

Mercer, Coleman the, 197, 199

Merritt, Fred., 91, 92

Merton, Sir Guy de, or le Butiller, 223, 224, 225; Rob. (d. 1266), or Dikerel, 224–5; Rob. (fl. 1279), or Dikerel, 224–5, 254 n; Sim. de, 224; Wal. of, 192; Wm. de, 224, 225

Merton, 221–34; char., 227, 234; ch. bldg., 227, 230, 231–3; ch. hist., 226, 229–31; cts., 226; dom. arch., 222; ec. hist., 225–9; farms, 229; fields, 228; incl., 221, 222, 228, 229, 230; inns, 222; man., 6, 223– 4, 251; Man. Farm (formerly Man. Ho.), 16, 18, 222, 223, 226, 227; mills, 222, 225, 226, 228; noncf., 233; occs., 227, 229; Piddington Fee, 223, 224–5, 226; poor rel., 229; pop., 229; recty. est. (Coll. Farm), 222, 223, 228, 230; rds., 15, 221, 228; schs., 29, 233–4; taxes, 226, 318; Templars' Grange (Court Close), 222, 226; top., 5, 7, 221–3; Vic., 222, 231; West End Farm, 222; wds., 221, 225, 226; yeo. fams., 227; and see Graven Hill, Hospitallers, Templars

Merton Coll., Oxf., bldgs., 112, 163, 199; fellows of, 316; prop., 158, 185, 208

Mesnille, see Meisnil

Metcalfe, Theoph., 28

Meynill, see Meisnil

Michael of Northampton, 72

Mickle, Wm. Julius, poet, 124; Mary, see Tomkins

Micklethwaite, J. T., architect, 46

Middleton, Gil. de, 284

Middleton Keynes (Bucks.), 312

Middleton Stoney, 20

Mildmay, Francis, 15, 17, 20 n, 28; Helena, 17; Marg., see Whethill; Mary, see Brook; Sir Thos., 17; Sir Wal. (d. 1589), 62; Wal. (d. 1623), 17, 22, 23–24; Wal. (fl. 1673), 18, 28; fam., 23, 28

Miles, Rob., 127

Mileways Acts, 259

Milham Ford, see Cowley

Mill, Thos. s. of Wm. atte, 215; Wm. atte, 215

Mill, Wm. of the, of Holton, 173, 174

Miller, Alex. the, 85

Miller, Alward the, 271

Miller, Edw. the, 226

Miller, John the, of Iffley, 199

Miller, John the, of Stanton, 301

Miller, Wm. the, of Sandford, 270

Miller, Maj. A., 277; Gen. A. D., 116; Edm., 303; Col. Jas., 262, 277, 281; Sanderson, architect, 16; Thos., 287; Thos., see Shepard; Wm., 287; fam., 133

Milles, Thos., later Bp. of Waterford, 316

Mills, see under parish entries

Mills, Wm., 107

Milton, Hen., 283; John (fl. 1620), 278 n; 283; John, poet, 110, 124, 126, 131, 184, 283; Mary, see Powell; Ric., 283, 292; fam., 292

Milton, Great, 9, 12, 50, 101, 115, 141, 143, 151, 311 n; man. of, 11; and see Chilworth, Chilworth Musard, Chilworth Valery

Milton, Little, 151; man. of, 11

Mimekan (Minkan), Alice, wid. of Phil. (d. c. 1315), 277; John, 142 n; Lucy, w. of Phil. (d. c. 1315), 142; Marg., m. John Rushbery, 142; Pet. (d. c 1235), 179, 276; Phil. (d. c. 1220), 142, 276; Phil. (d. 1249), 142, 276; Phill. (d. c. 1315), 86, 142, 144, 276–7, 277 n; Phil. (fl. 1337), 142; Wm., baker, 86; Wm., fishmonger, 142; fam., 86, 142; fee, 138, 159

Minchin, John, 291; Eliz., 291

Minchincourt, in Forest Hill and Stanton, ch. hist., 125, 130, 290, 291; Farm, 122, 123, 125, 126, 130, 282, 283, 286, 287 n, 288; lands of, 289

Minkan, Wm., see Mimekan

Miserden (Glos.), barony of, 179

Missenden Abbey (Bucks.), 19, 158, 252, 254, 258

Mitcham (Surr.), 140, 143

Mitchell, Mr., 24

Moberley, Jos., 24

Mockyng, Thos., 114

Molendino, John de, 215

Mollens, see Molyns

Mollineux, Lovell, 147; Ric., 137, 144, 147, 153; fam., 147, 150, 151

Mollington, 191, 315

Mollyneux, John, 234

Molyns (Mollens), Anne, m. John Symeon, 114; Ant., 114; Barentyne, 104

Monmouth, duke of, see James

Montagu, Eliz., wid. of Wm., Earl of Salisbury (d. 1397), 240; Wm., Earl of Salisbury (d. 1344), 61–62; Wm., Earl of Salisbury (d. 1397), 61–62; fam., arms of, 307

Montfort, Sim. de, Earl of Leicester, 192; Wm. de, Dean of St. Paul's, 33, 43

Moor, Revd. Wm., 13, 14

Moorbirge Brook (le More), in Stanton St. John, 282, 288, 289

Moore, Revd. Geo., 92; Revd. Jos., 105; Wm., 29, 179

Mora, see De la Mare

Mordaunt, Chas. H., Earl of Peterborough, 143

More, Sir Thos., 34; Thos. (fl. 1670), 197; fam., 233

Moreton in the Marsh (Glos.), 127

Moreton, South (Berks.), 53

Moritz, C. P., 236, 238

Morocco, ambassador from, 275

Morrell, Baker, 128, 183, 184, 185, 187, 189; Fred. P., Oxf. solicitor, 141, 155; Mrs. G. H., 221; Jas. (fl. 18th c.), and his w. Eliz., 156; Jas. (fl. 1789), 184; Jas. (fl. 1850), 19, 202, 262, 270; Lady Ottoline, 137; Phil., 141, 150; Mrs. Phil., 150; fam., 159; fam., estate of, 183

Morris, John, 184; Thos., 127; Wm., author, &c., 213; Wm., Vct. Nuffield, 160; — (fl. 1524), 201; — (fl. 1665), 184; — (fl. 1754), 184; fam., 211

Morris dancing, 109, 114, 165

Morris Garages, 77, 89; and see Morris Motor Works

Morris Motor Works, 66, 77, 207

Morse, John, London banker, 283

Mortain, John de, 37, 49; Wm. de, 49

Mortimer, Ld., see Zouche

Mortimer, Annora, see Braose; Edw., 209; Juliana, see Hye; Roger de, Earl of March and Ulster, 142

Morwent, Rob., Pres. of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxf., 209

Moses, Jacob s. of, 50

Mosley, Sir Osw., 102

Moss, Dr. Chas., Bp. of Oxford, 99

Moth, Wm., 85

Moule, Thos., 32

Moulton, Anne, m. Ric. Powell (d. 1646–7), 110, 124, 126, 295; Mary, see Archdale

Mountford, Eleanor, m. 1 Geo. Pudsey, 2 Rob. Sylvester, 118

Mountjoy, Ld., see Blount

Mowbray, A. Mardon, architect, 92 n, 93

Mulcock, Mr., 19

Mulet, Bern. de (fl. 1225), 179, 185; Bern. de (fl. 1250), 179; fam., 178

Munday, Sarah, m. Dr. Thos. Nowell, 195, 204, 205, 206; Sir Thos., upholsterer, 195

Municipal Corporations Act (1835), 258

Munt, —, 108; fam., 107, 109

Murcott, in Charlton-on-Otmoor, 56, 70

Mursley (Bucks.), 192

Musard, Hasculf, 179; Isabel, see Meisnil; Ralph (d. 1230), 179; Ralph (fl. 1246), 179; Rob., 179; fam., 179

Musgrave, Chardin, Prov. of Oriel Coll., Oxf., 316

Muswell, in Piddington, 250, 254, 255; chap., 24, 257–8; hermitage, 252, 254, 257–8; man., 61 n, 224, 251, 252–3, 258; Man. Ho., 253; mill, 251; Muswell Hill, 249, 250, 251, 252

Mynchery, the, see Littlemore Priory

Mynchery Wood, in Horspath, 180, 183

N

Naish, Hugh, 19

Napier, (Napper), Edm., 94, 183; Eliz., see Powell; Geo. (d. 1610), 274; Geo. (d. 1671), 183; John, 183; Mary, see Collins; Sir Rob., 94; Thos., 94; Wm., 77, 80, 94, 183, 274; fam., 80, 87, 94

Napoleon I, chpl. of, see Vernon, Jas.

Napoleonic War, 174, 184

Napper, see Napier

Nash, Wm., mason, 201

Nash End, see Ash

Nashe, see Ash

Neighbour, S. W., architect, 106; Wm., 183, 184

Nevill, Ric., 104

Neville, Geo., 34; Hugh de, 160, 239; Joan de, 239; John de, 276; fam., 240

New Coll., Oxf., 286, 293; advowson, 286, 289, 290; bldgs., 112, 163, 164, 292; chpls. of, 45, 73, 95; fellows of, 283, 290, 291, 292; prop., 283, 285, 287, 289; wards. of, 290, and see Culpepper; Lake; London, John; Pinck; Whyte; Woodward, Mic

New Forest, the, 251, 280

New Headington, see Headington

New Inn Hall, Oxf., princ. of, see Stone, Wm.

Newburgh, Philippa de, see Basset; Thos. de, Earl of Warwick, 10; Wm. of, Chronicler, 296

Newburgh Priory (Yorks.), 10, 296

Newbury (Berks.), 113

Newcastle upon Tyne, coal ashes from, 41

Newdegate, John, 285

Newlin fam., 204

Newman, Card. J. H., 178, 206, 207, 210, 212, 213, 214, 263, 264; Mrs., 190, 191

Newnham Murren, 243 n

Newton, Revd. Jas., 236, 237, 244, 246, 247

Nichalls, Edw., 303

Nicholls, Revd. Thos., 292, 293

Nicholson, Otto, architect, 238; Revd. Wm., 154

Nicolson, Geo., 186

Nixon, John, alderman, 144

Noke, 2, 56, 70, 121, 216, 278, 294; r. of, 73; sch., 317

Noke Wood, 56

Norbiton Hall (Surr.), 312

Norfolk, earl of, see Bigod

Norgrove, Martha, 210

Normandy, duke of, see Robert

Norreys, Bridget Wray, Bnss., see Wray; Eliz., Bnss. Norreys, m. Edw. Wray, 62; Sir Edm., 277; Sir Edw., 62; Francis, Ld. Norreys, cr. Vct. Thame and Earl of Berkshire, 62, 277; Sir Hen. (d. 1536), 241; Sir Hen. (d. 1601), cr. Ld. Norreys of Rycote, 10, 58, 62, 70, 277, 279, 280, 294; Jas. Bertie, Ld., see Bertie; Marg., w. of Sir Hen. (d. 1601), see Williams; Mary, w. of Thos., see Pollard; Thos. (fl. 1561), 241; Sir Wm., 62; Ld. (fl. 1547), 52; fam., 64, 241, 277

Norris, Hen., 123, 132

North, Sir Edw., 311; Francis, Ld. Guilford (d. 1729), 118, 120, 121; Francis, Ld. Guilford, later Ld. North and Earl of Guilford (d. 1790), 121; Francis, Earl of Guilford (d. 1817), 121; fam., 117, 118, 120, 121

North Gate Hund., 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

North Leigh, see Leigh, North

North Oseney, see Oseney, North

Northampton, Mic. of, 72

Northampton, earls of, see Senlis, Waltheof

Northampton, 245; battle of, 171; siege of, 192

Northaw, (Herts.), 312

Northern by-pass, Oxf., 214, 218, 309

Northfield Brook, 134, 177, 183, 207

Norwich, 310, 312

Norwich, bps. of, 298; and see Horne

Nottingham, earls of, see Howard

Nourse, Anne, see Sedley; Eliz. Johanna, m. John Weyland (d. 1825), 312; Francis (d. 1687), 312, 317; Francis (d. 1732), 312; Hen., 312; John (d. 1633), 312; John (d. 1642), 19, 312; John (fl. 1648), 312; John (d. 1708), 24, 310, 312, 316, 317; John (d. 1774), 24, 312; Judith, see Jodrell; Marg., w. of Francis (d. 1687), 317; Martha (d. 1673), see Smith; Martha (fl. 1700), see Smith; Martha, m. Rob. Pitt, 317; Philippa, see Tyrrell; Ric. (d. 1673), 312, 317; Ric. (d. 1679), (317; —, m. Wm. Craddock, 316; fam., 18, 24, 183, 312

Nowell, Marg., m. Ric. Twopenny, 194, 195; Sarah, see Munday; Revd. Dr. Thos., 191, 193, 195, 204, 206; Capt. (later Admiral), 190, 194

Nowers, de, Aumary, see FitzNiel; Grace, see FitzNiel; John (d. by 1331), 193; John (d. by 1349), 193; John (fl. 1355), 193; Ric., 193; Rob., see FitzNiel; Wm., 193

Noyes, T., 184

Noyon (Noyon-sur-Andelle, France), fortress of, 51; prior of, 51; priory of, 37, 51, 107

Nuffield, Ld., see Morris

Nuneham, Lady, see VenablesVernon, Eliz.; Ld., see Harcourt, Geo. Sim.

Nuneham Courtenay, 2, 2 n, 52, 190, 234–49, 271; char., 249; ch. bldgs., 32, 236, 246, 247–8; ch. hist., 236, 245–7; civ. war, 236, 246; dom. arch., 236–7; ec. hist., 242–5; farms, 236, 244, 245; ferry, 234, 242; field map, 235; field syst., 243, 244; fishery, 242, 245; incl., 236, 243–4; inns, 236, 237, 238; lock, 234; man., 239–42; mills, 242; model vill. (18th–cent.), 236; noncf., 237, 248; Nuneham Park, 190, 234, 236, 237–9, 243, 244; P.N., 237, 242, 243; pop., 242; rectors, 237, 244, 246, 247, 249; Rcty., 237; rcty. est., 245; rds., 234, 236; schs., 237, 247, 248–9; soc. conds., 244; taxes, 243, 318; top., 234–7; wds., 234, 243, 245; and see Abingdon Abbey

O

Oakley (Bucks.), 70, 72, 293, 296, 297, 298, 300, 302

Oaksey (Wilts.), 223

Oberammergau (Germany), 93, 213

Oceana, by Jas. Harrington (d. 1677), 222

Ochre works, 112, 218, 281

Ockenden (Essex), 298

Oddington, 2, 56, 70, 121

Odo, Bp. of Bayeux, 49, 79, 124, 125, 239, 284, 286, 299, 300

Oglander, Mrs., 122

Oilly, see D'Oilly

Oke, Thos. de la, 314; Wm. Unfrey, 314

Old Barton, see Barton

Old Headington, see Headington

'Old Wheatley', see Wheatley

Olive Jacks Memorial Field, in Forest Hill, 124

Oliver, clk., of Gloucester Coll., 44

O'Malley, Sir Edw. Loughlin, 107

O'Neill, Fr. S. W., 92

Open Brasenose, 79, 157, 183, 275

Open Magdalen (woods), 79, 157, 275

Openshaw, F., architect, 109

Orchard, John, 163; Wm., mason, 163

Ordric, Abbot of Abingdon, 138

Oriel Coll., Oxf., bldgs., 163; bursar of, 210; chs. belonging to, 212, 213; fellows of, 165, 194; mill, 196; prop., 86, 87, 208, 211, 216, 262, 286, 288, 289, 301 n; provs. of, see Hawkins; Musgrave; Say; quarry, 164

Oseney, 2, 216

Oseney, North, hon. ct. of, 6, 49, 125, 179

Oseney Abbey, 133, 203, 296, 297; abbots of, 188, 300, and see Bokeland, Clement, John, Leche; acct. rolls, 128, 301; canon of, 296–7; chs. belonging to, 79, 82, 90, 91, 92, 130, 131, 201, 202, 264, 304, 305; deeds, 16; fishery, 314; lands, 19, 21, 22, 79, 83–87, 123–5, 127, 128, 144, 145, 172, 199, 262, 269, 279, 296, 299, 301, 303; mills, 123, 128; tithes, 53, 121, 185, 290

Oseville, Sewel de, 225

Osmond, Geo., 22

Osyat, John, 313

Otley, Rob., 315; fam., 315

Otmoor, in Beckley, 56, 64, 66–72, 90, 221, 222; incl., 60, 70–72, 76; and see Beckley

Otmoor Associations, 71

Otmoor riots, 60, 71

Ottawa (Canada), 117

Ottele, Wm., 314

Owen, Geo., physician, 142; Thankfull, Pres. of St. John's Coll., Oxf., 108; fam., 58

Oxford, 5, 45, 57, 117, 148, 182, 183, 214, 259, 261, 295, 308; aldermen, 144, 266; borough, 3; boundaries, 2, 76, 79, 157, 214; chs.: All Saints, 163; George St. (Congregational), 94, 99; New Rd. Baptist, 168, 214, 265; St. Aloysius (R.C.), 265; St. Giles, 155; St. Martin (Carfax), 93 n; St. Mary the Virgin, 209, 213; St. Peter-in-the-East, 259; City, as landowner, 144, 149, 182, 183, 206, 270; County Borough, 214; East Gate, 258, 260, 261; (City of) Education Ctee., 205; fortifications, 130; friaries: Austin friars, 112, 298; Black friars (Dominicans), 112; Grey friars (Franciscans), 112, 279; White friars (Carmelites), 270; Holywell man., 2, 3, 87; hosps. (medieval), see St. Bartholomew's, St. John's; inhabitants, 81, 114, 271; inns, 88; King's Arms, 88; (City of) Library, 158; M.P., 80; mkt., 114, 166; mayors, 4, 164, 167; parishes: St. Cross (Holywell), 158, 274; St. Ebbe, 197; St. Giles, 270; St. Giles and St. John (civil), 157, 189; St. Mary the Virgin, 206, 210, 212; St. Mary Magdalen, 96, 156; plague, 197; Port Meadow, 3; prop. in, 91, 201; recorder, 217; Royal Agric. Soc.'s show at, 103; sch., 122; siege, 137, 217; streets: Carfax, 238, 272; Divinity Rd., 12, 157, 259; Gipsy Lane, 159, 259; Iffley Rd., 90, 94, 259; Mildred St., 172; suburbs, 3, 83, 116, 124, 189; trades and profssns., 42, 85, 183, 207, 209, 210, 229: architect, 274; bankers, 35, 118; bell-founder, 122; fishermen, 215; goldsmith, 190; printer, 188; skinner, 86, 87; tailor, 190; websters, 85

Oxford, archdeaconry of, 90; archds., 24, 43, 88, 165, 202, 305, and see Holiday, Woodvil; official of archd., 42, 43; registrar of archd., 194, 202

Oxford, bishopric of, bp. as diocesan, 43, 54, 165; bp. as patron, 23, 24, 104, 111, 114, 115, 166, 219, 315; bps., see Bagot, Bancroft, Bridges, Butler, Fell, Gore, Mackarness, Moss, Paget, Randolph, Secker, Skinner, Smallwell, Stubbs, Wilberforce; lands, 103, 108, 277, 295

Oxford and Coventry Canal Co., 47

Oxford and District Co-operative Soc., 78, 190

Oxford Architectural and Historical Soc., 204

Oxford-Burcot River Authority, 272, 273

Oxford Canal, the, 41

Oxford castle, 130, 279; governor, 178; keeper, 251; prison, 132, 274, 316

Oxford castle, ch. of St. George in, 53, 72, 79, 121, 125, 185, 264, 269, 290n, 304, 315; hon., 125; lands, 19 Oxford Chronicle, 92

Oxford Co-operative and Industrial Soc., 78

Oxford Corporation sewage pumping station, Littlemore, 206

Oxford County Mental Hospital, see Littlemore

Oxford Diocesan Board of Education, 95

Oxford Diocesan Board of Patronage, 13, 174, 185, 273

Oxford Extension Act (1928), 157, 189, 206

Oxford Herald, 271

Oxford hospitals: Radcliffe Infirmary, 90, 159, 160, 162, 237; Warneford, 157, 159–60; Wingfield-Morris Orthopaedic (now Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre), 160

Oxford Local Board, 210

Oxford Military Academy, 77, 95

Oxford Movement, the, 204

Oxford Preservation Trust, 120, 189, 218, 275

Oxford Regional Hospital Board, 109; and see Oxford hospitals

Oxford Steam Ploughing Co., 89

Oxford Times, 92, 203

Oxford University, 19, 57, 79, 197, 203, 238, 263, 279; bldgs., 164; Bodleian Library, 279; Botanic Garden, 163; Clarendon Bldg., 163; Old Ashmolean Bldg., 163; Pitt Rivers Museum, 206; Radcliffe Camera, 163; Schools Quad., 163; Sheldonian Theatre, 163, 169; colleges and halls, see All Souls Coll., Balliol Coll., Bradwell Hall, Brasenose Coll., Cardinal Coll., Christ Church, Corpus Christi Coll., Durham Coll., Exeter Coll., Gloucester Coll., Henry VIII's Coll., Hertford Coll., Jesus Coll., Lincoln Coll., Magdalen Coll., Magdalen Hall, Merton Coll., New Coll., New Inn Hall, Oriel Coll., Pembroke Coll., The Queen's Coll., Ruskin Coll., St. Edmund Hall, St. John's Coll., Trinity Coll., University Coll., Wadham Coll., Worcester Coll.; degrees, 35, 172; prop., 234, 242, 275; scholars, 57, 160, 164, 200, 261, 275, 279, 314

Oxfordshire County Council, 109, 312

Oxfordshire Education Committee, 177

Oxfordshire Militia, 60

Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, 77, 93

P

Packer fam., 193

Packley, Ric., 174

Page, Sir Greg., bt., 18; Isoult, 301; Mary, m. Sir Edw. Turner (d. 1735), 18

Page-Turner, Sir Edw. (d. 1846), bt., 18; Sir. Edw. (d. 1874), bt., 18, 222; Fanny, m. F. H. M. Blaydes, 18; Fred. A., formerly Blaydes, 18, 24; Sir Greg. (d. 1805), bt., formerly Turner, 16, 18, 18 n, 22, 233; Sir Greg. (d. 1843), bt., 18, 24, 229, 233, 254; fam., 23, 24, 224, 230, 233, 254

Paget, Francis, Bp. of Oxford, 98

Pain (fl. 1108), 224

Pain, John, 139, 144, 145; Thos., 139, 143; Wal. (? de Garsington), 139, 145, 155; — (fl. 1315), 145; fam., 139, 145

Painswick (Glos.) stone, 153

Palatiano, Ctss. E. Ada, 193

Palences, de, Gueres (or Wenric), 269, 272; fam., 269

Palmer, Eliz., 161; G., 104; Jas., 166; Sam., 111

Pangbourne (Berks.), 31

Pantrea, John, 107

Parker, Wm. the, 67

Parker, Geo., Earl of Macclesfield (d. 1842), 183; Dr. Gil., 121; J. H., ecclesiologist, 133, 155, 213; Jenny, see Croke; John (fl. 1641), 68; John (d. 1805), 75; Thos., Ld. Parker, later Earl of Macclesfield (d. 1732), 107, 142; Thos., Earl of Macclesfield (d. 1850), 102

Parker's Bookshop (Oxf.), 263

Parkins, Thos., 223

Parrott, Leon., 18; R., 24; Wal., 312; Wm., carpenter, 257

Parsons, Herb. (d. 1911), 118, 120, 295; Herb. (fl. 1919), 118; John (d. 1545), 80, 87, 90, 111; John (fl. 1900), 295; Mary Jane, 118; Wm. (d. 1556), 87, 210; —, w. of John (d. 1545), see Pulker; fam., 87, 119

Parsons, Thomson & Co., Oxf. bankers, 118

Pasco, Mr., 214

Passeresse, Agnes la, 234, 242

Passur, Hen. le, 272; Thos. le, and his w. Agnes, 234

Patrick, clk., 43

Paulling, Mr., 244

Pawling, Rob., mayor of Oxf., 164, 167

Paynell, Kath., see Pyriton; fam., 269

Pearce (Pierce), John (fl. 1597–8), 31 n; John (fl. 1643), 31 n; Thos., 31 n; fam., 31

Pec, Geof. del, 209

Pecche, Isabel, see Akenny; John, 138

Peculiars, ecclesiastical, see Baldon, Marsh; Baldon, Toot; Dorchester; Elsfield; Headington; Marston; Sandford

Peel, A., 153; Revd. Edm., 55; Sir Rob., 265

Peers, Ric., 146

Peesley, Sarah, 197; Wm., 197; —, wid., 197

Peisley, Bart., 266

Pelham, John, 285

Pemberton, Marg., 292; Thos., 292

Pembridge, Hen. de, 252; Sybil de, see Pluggenait

Pembroke, earls of, see Marshal

Pembroke Coll., Oxf., deeds, 12; prop., 11, 12, 81, 88–89, 208, 210

Penn, Martha, 29

Peppercorn, Wm., 161

Pepys, Sam., diarist, 241

Percehai, Ralph, 139

Pereson, John, Prov. of the Queen's Coll., Oxf., 50

Peri, Emma de, see Bray

Perne fam., 215

Perrot, Alice, w. of Rob., 185; Rob., 185; Sim., Fellow of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 185

Perye, Rog., 172

Peshall, Sir John, 264

Peter s. of Herb. (d. 1235), 10

Peter s. of Herb. (fl. 1243), 10

Peter (fl. 13th c.), 38

Peter (fl. 13th c.), Herb. s. of, 10 n

Peterborough, bps. of, see Kennett, Piers; earl of, see Mordaunt

Petre, Cath., m. John Powell, 270; Sir Wm., 143, 230

Petty Pont, see East Bridge

Peyto, John de, 252

Phelip, Eliz., m. John, Vct. Beaumont, 171; Joan, see Bardolf; Sir Wm., later Ld. Bardolf, 170

Philip Augustus, King of France, 61, 251

Philip of Hedsor, 72

Phillipps, Sir Thos., antiquary, 75 n

Phipps, Geo., 81, 208; Revd. Jas., 81, 208, 210; Vinc., 96; fam., 93

Picot (fl. 1086), 63, 139

Piddington, Joan of, see Basset

Piddington (Northants.), 251 n

Piddington, 17, 226, 249–58, 310; chap., 256; char., 258; Chilling Place, 249, 250, 253–4, 255; ch. bldg., 252, 256, 257; ch. hist., 24, 25, 253, 256–7, 258; civ. war, 251; dom. arch., 250; ec. hist., 254–6; farms, 250, 254; fields, 254; incl., 254, 255–6; inns, 250; mans., 61 n, 223, 224, 225, 251–3; Man. Farm, 250, 254, 257; Man. Ho., 252; mills, 250–1; noncf., 253, 258; occs., 256, 258; P.N., 250, 251, 254; pop., 255, 256; rds., 249, 250; schs., 29, 258; taxes, 318; top., 5, 7, 249–51; Vic., 257; wds., 225, 249–54; and see Muswell; St. Frideswide's Priory

Pierce, see Pearce

Pierrepoint, Hen., Mqss. of Dorchester, 241, 245

Piers, John, 107, 108; Wm., Bp. of Peterborough, later of Bath and Wells, 107

Pike, Abr. (d. 1751), 88; Abr., s. of Abr., 88; Ann, m. Wm. Hurst, 88; John (fl. 1665), 88; John (d. 1727), 88; Leon., 88; Ric., 88; Rob., 87, 88; Steph. (fl. 1559), 87–88; Steph. (fl. 17th c.), 88; Wm., 88; — (fl. 1524), 201; fam., 89

Pilfrance, in Cuddesdon and Holton, 96, 116, 168

Pilgrim Trust, 120, 218

Pinck, Rob., Ward. of New Coll., Oxf., 290, 292, 293

Pippard, Marg., m. 1 Rob. Fitzellis (d. by 1346), 2 Warin de Lisle (d. 1382), 298; Wm., 298

Pirie, Eustace de, 21; Sibyl de, dau. of Wal., 21; Wal. de, 21

Pishill, 42

Pissiaco, Maurice de, 23

Pitilt, Hen., 202 n

Pits, Art. (d. 1579), 191, 193, 195, 202, 204; Art. (fl. 16th c.), 195, 204; Marg., w. of Art. (d. 1579), 195, 204; Phil., 193, 195, 196, 202, 204; Rob., 195; Thos., 195; fam., 190, 204

Pitt, Marg., 317; Martha, see Nourse; Dr. Rob., 317

Plague, 49, 197, 205, 228; and see Black Death; Cholera

Plant, Geo., 128; fam., 129

Plat, Wm., 113

Plescy, de, Hugh (d. 1292), 5, 6, 117, 160, 162, 215, 253; Hugh (fl. 1300), 117; Hugh (d. 1349), 117; Isabel, see Biset; John, 253, 258; fam., 253

Plot, Dr. Rob., 164, 174, 281

Ploughley, hund. of, 2, 3, 5

Plowman, Wm., 92

Pluggenait (Plukenet), Alan (fl. 1200), 160; Alan (d. 1299), 224, 251; Alan (fl. 1309), 251, 252; Clemence, wid. of Alan (fl. 1200), 160; Hugh de, 5, 160, 167, 218; Josceus, 160; Oliver, 158; Sybil, w. of Alan (fl. 1309), m. 2 Hen. de Pembridge, 252

Plukenet, see Pluggenait

Plumber, Samson the, 262

Plumer, Jane, 141; John, 141; Thos., 140, 143; Wal., Ld. Plumer, 140–1; Wm. (fl. 18th c.), 141; Wm. (d. 1822), 141; —, w. of Wm. (d. 1822), see Cary; fam., 149

Plymouth Brethren, 99

Poer (Poure), Genteschieve le, 208; Hugh (or Beaumont), 208; Sir Ric. le, 253; fam., 208

Pokins, Ric., 108, 108 n; Rob., 147, 148; fam., 147

Pokok, Hugh, 254 n

Pole, Alice de la, see Chaucer; Edm. (d. 1419), 253, 277; Edm. de la, Duke, later Earl, of Suffolk (d. 1513), 140, 240; Eliz. de la, see Hadlow; Eliz. de la, m. Ingram Bruyn, 253; John de la, Duke of Suffolk (d. 1491 or 1492), 140, 240; John de la, Earl of Lincoln (d. 1487), 140, 240; Kath. de la, m. Rob. James, 253; Card. Reg., 121; Wm. de la, Earl, later Duke, of Suffolk (d. 1450), 62, 140, 193; fam., arms of, 203

Polein, John, 144

Pollard, Anne, m. John Cawley, 46; Sir Ant., 52, 53, 241, 247; Eliz., m. John Lane, 30, 34–35, 44, 46; Sir Hugh, 241; John (fl. 16th c.), 44; Sir John (d. 1557), 52, 241; John (fl. 1600), 52, 53, 234, 241; John (d. 1670), 34; John (d. c. 1712), 34, 39, 46, 241, 243; Lewis, 34, 40, 44, 52, 53; Marg., m. Nat. Bacon, 44; Mary, w. of Sir John, m. 2 Thos. Norreys, 241, 243; Philippa, see Sheldon; Ric. (fl. 1540), 241; Sir Ric. (fl. 16th c.), 241; Ric. (d. 1612), 247; Susan, see Danvers; Wm. (fl. 1360), 112; Wm. (fl. 16th c.), 241; fam., 34, 35, 46

Pontarius, Ralph, 199

Pontefract, hon. of, 284, 299

Pontefract castle (Yorks.), ch. of St. Clement in, 289

Pool, Hen., 253

Pool Powell char., 133–4

Poole, Lady Anne, see Barnard; Eliz., 233; Sir Hen., 221, 223, 233

Poor Law Board, 90

Pope, Alex., poet, 242; Lady Eliz., w. of Sir Thos., 34, 153; John, 34; Susannah, m. Dan. Danvers, 34; Sir Thos., 34, 152, 153; Sir Wm., bt., later Earl of Downe, 34

Popish Plots, the, 296

Porman, Ulfwine, 242

Porter, Revd. Geo., 54

Portland (Dors.) stone, 164

Potato Board, 312

Potter, R., architect, 15

Poulton, John, 152 n; fam., 147

Poure, see Poer

Powell, Anne, see Dormer, Moulton, Wyndham; Anne, w. of Ric. (d. 1695), 127; Cath. (fl. 18th c.), 270; Cath., see Petre; Edm. (fl. 1540), 81, 143, 270, 274; Edm. (d. 1592), 94, 270; Edm. (d. 1632), 270; Edm., (fl. 1632), 270; Edm. (d. by 1678), 270, 299, 308; Edw., 175; Eliz., m. Wm. Napier, 94, 274; Francis, 274; John (d. 1678), 270; John (d. c. 1727), 270, 274, 299; Kath., see Frothingham; Mary, m. John Milton, 110, 124, 126, 131, 283; Ric. (d. 1646–7), 123, 124, 126, 127, 128, 129, 131, 283, 286, 295; Ric. (d. 1682), 127; Ric. (d. 1695), 124, 126, 127; Sir Wm. (d. 1656), 274; Winifred, m. Sir Francis Curson (d. 1750), 270, 273, 296, 299; Winifred, see Throckmorton; fam., 124, 126, 128, 130, 175, 271, 273, 275

Powlett, Sir Ant., 62

Presbyterians, 167, 233

Presser, Edw., 233; Joan, m. Silvanus Vaughan, 233

Preston, Damian (d. 1586), 227; Damian (d. 1670), 227; John (fl. 1524), 201; John (d. 1563), 227; John (fl. 1718), 227, 233; fam., 227

Price, Bart., 175; Wm., of York, glasspainter, 188

Prideaux, Humph., 264

Priest (or Prost), Wm., 301

Prince, Wm., 248; fam., 237

Probus (Cornw.), 223

Proctor, Luke, 131

Prost, see Priest

Prynne, W., 94

Public Health Act (1872), 96, 113

Pudsey, Edith, see Hore; Eleanor, see Mountford; Geo. (d. 1625), 118; Sir Geo. (d. 1688), 118, 120; Hen., 118; Sir John, 118; Mary, see Lowe; Mic., 118, 122; Ric., 118; Rob., 118; Rowland, 118; Revd. Thos., 118; Wm., of Langley (Warws.), 118; Wm. (d. 1659), 292; fam., 118, 261, 292

Pulker (Pulcher), John, 80, 81, 86, 87, 90, 182; Wal., 86, 200;—, m. 2 John Parsons (d. 1545), 87; fam., 201, 211

Pullen, Dr. Josiah, 259

Punch, 92

Purley (Berks.), 140

Pusey, Edw., 169, 175, 265; Lady Lucy, 169, 176

Pye, John, 126, 130; Sir Rob., 126, 127

Pyriton, Ad. de, 269; Kath. de, m. — Paynel, 269

Pyrton, 179

Pytchley (Northants.), 273

Q

Quakers, see Friends, Soc. of

Quarries, see Cowley; Forest Hill, Headington, Iffley, Lyehill, Shotover, Wheatley

Quatermain, Francis, 143; Mrs., 95; fam., 137, 147, 150; and see Quatremain

Quatremain, Guy, 10; Joan, see Russell; John, 10; Maud, m. John Bruly, 10; Ric., 10, 171; Sybil, see Englefield; Thos., 10; and see Quatermain

Queen Anne's Bounty, 25, 73, 101, 115, 121, 132, 186, 202, 231, 306

Queen's Coll., the, Oxf., 34, 51, 164, 178; bldgs., 112, 163; chs. belonging to, 43, 53; fellows of, 45, 54, 260; prop., 34, 35, 39, 41, 44, 45, 47, 48, 50, 55, 107, 108, 146, 149, 150; provs. of, see Bainbridge; Halton; Langton; Pereson; Smith, Jos.

Queensland, Australia, 112

Quincey, Marg. de, see Beaumont; Rob. de, Earl of Winchester (d. 1264), 208 n; Saer de, Earl of Winchester (d. 1219), 208; fam., 208

R

Radclive (Bucks.), 311

Radley, Edw., 143, 148; John, 143; Rog., 139, 143; Thos., and his wife Eliz., 143, 155; Wm., 143; fam., 139, 143

Radmylde, Marg., see Camoys; Ralph, 50, 110; Rob., 50, 110; Sir Wm., 50, 110, 114 n; fam., 50, 110

Rainald, Abbot of Abingdon, 139; Wm. s. of, 139

Rainald s. of Croc, 9

Rainaldus (fl. 1086), 276, 294

Rallingson, Ric., 260

Ralph, Master, anchorite, 142

Ralph the hermit, 252, 258

Ralph, pontarius, 199

Randolph, Revd. John, later successively Bp. of Oxford, Bangor, and London, 91 n, 93, 94; fam., 85

Ranulfs. of Josce (or Jocelin), 172, 174

Rasur fam., 276

Ratcliffe, John, 146

Rawlinson, L. W., 233; Ric., antiquary, 45, 141, 176; Mrs., 166

Ray fam., 130

Ray, New Riv., 56

Ray, Riv., 15, 16, 23, 56, 71, 221, 249, 251

Read, see Rede

Reading (Berks.), 46, 184

Rede (Read, Reede), Christine, see James; Edm. (fl. 1430), 253, 277; Edm. (d. 1489), 223, 253, 258, 278, 286; Kath., m. Thos. Dynham, 252, 253; Kath., wid. of Edm. (d. 1489), 158; Leon., 252, 277; Wm., 226, 253; fam., 225 n, 277

Redhead, John (fl. 1389), 68 n; John (fl. 1700), 87; fam., 78, 86, 87

Reginald Dalton, by J. G. Lockhart, 265

Reni, Guido, Annunciation painted by, 46

Reve, John, 211; Thos., 121

Reynold, Bp. of Cloyne, 122

Reynold s. of Herb., 297

Reynold s. of Pet., 10 n, 297 n

Reynolds, Hen., 243

Rhee stream, 268

Rich, St. Edm., Abp. of Canterbury, 79, 260, 261

Richard I, King, 142, 225

Richard II, King, 62, 193, 259

Richard III, King, 34, 62

Richard, Earl of Cornwall, 17 n, 23, 33, 56, 57, 60, 61, 63, 67, 71, 160, 169, 171, 185, 294; chpl. of, 175, 186; steward of, 72

Richard s. of Hen., 81

Richard s. of John, 179

Richard le forester, 57, 62

Richard (fl. 1086), 4

Richard, Hugh s. of, 144

Richards, Wm., 215

Richardson, Sir A. E., architect, 232

Ricketts, Chas. Aubrey, see Aubrey Aubrey; Chas. S., 252; Eliz. Sophia Spencer, see Aubrey

Rickman, Thos., architect, 14

Riddell (or Roshe), Chris., 118

Ridges, Wm., 233

Ridlington (Rut.), 223

Rigge, see Edner

Rillehitch, Margery de, see Bolehuth

Ripariis, Marg. de, see Biset

Rippington, Thos., 308

Riselburgh, Elias de, 186

Rivers, John de, 160

Riviers, Baldw. de (d. 1216), 9, 239; Baldw. de, Earl of Devon (d. 1245), 9; Baldw. de, Earl of Devon (d. 1262), 240; Isabel de, Ctss. of Aumale and Devon, m. Wm. de Forz, Count of Aumale, 9, 240; Marg., see FitzGerold; Marg., m. 1 Baldw., Earl of Devon (d. 1262), 2 Rob. Agillon, 240; Wm. de, Earl of Devon (d. 1217), 239; Lady de, 208 n

Robbins, Edw., 174

Robert, Duke of Normandy, 60 n

Robert II, Count of Dreux, 61

Robert III, Count of Dreux, 61, 71, 179

Robert, curate of Sandford, 273

Robert s. of Geof., 33

Robert s. of Wal., 296

Robert the chaplain, 91

Robert the smith, 209, 211; dau. of, m. John FitzNiel (fl. c. 1300), 209

Robert (fl. 1086), 268

Robert (fl. 13th c.), see Burghfield

Roberts, Mr., 54

Robertson, Dan., architect, 265

Robin Hood, 275

Robins, Geo., 75

Robinson, Anne, 150; Anne (fl. 1710), 241; Revd. Chris., 14; Revd. John, 246; Sir John, Ld. Mayor of London, 241, 243, 247; Mary, m. David, Earl Wemyss, 241; Ric., Abp. of Armagh, 91 n; Ric., smith of Oxf., 27; Rob., mason, 201; Wm. (fl. 1685), mason, 153; Wm. (d. 1678), 247; fam., masons, 150

Roches, Eliz., m. Sir Wal. Beauchamp (d. 1430), 33, 43; Sir John, 33, 43; Lady Willelma, see De la Mare

Rochester, prebendary of, 246

Roger, Abbot of Dorchester, 53

Roger, Bp. of Salisbury, 260

Roger, r. of Waterperry, 304

Roger, s. of a Knight Hospitaller, 50

Roger, chaplain, 91

Roger the clk. of Garsington, 146

Roger, a mason, 48

Roger (fl. 11th c.), 299

Roger (fl. 13th c.), Wal. s. of, 37, 50

Rogers, Dr. Edw., 175, 176; Fred., Ld. Blachford, 213; H. S., architect, 93, 105; Revd. Rob., 195; Sarah, see Tubb

Rokele, Rose de la, m. Wm. Fitzellis (d. 1227), 10, 297, 304

Rolf, Turstin s. of, 117

Rolfe, Clapton, architect, 248

Rolleston (Staffs.), 274

Rollright, Great, 50, 61 n

Roman remains, 20 n, 30, 35, 36, 64, 76, 79, 100, 115, 157, 170 n, 177, 242, 268, 283, 310

Roper Curson (formerly Roper), Francis Hen., Baron Teynham, 299, 308

Rose, Jas., 115; John, 227; Rob. de la, 242

Rose Hill, in Cowley, 92, 94, 191

Roshe, Chris., see Riddell

Ross, Revd. J. C., 45 n, 55

Rotherfield (Suss.), 141

Rotherfield Greys, 121

Rousham, 51 n

Rowles, Anne, 11

Rowney, Thos. (d. 1727), attorney, 217, 241, 304; Thos. (fl. 1730), 217; fam., 217

Royal Air Force, 71

Royal Arms, achievements of, 292, 308

Royal Navy, 279, 280, 294

Royse (Royce), Hen., 80, 87

Rudge, Edw. (fl. 1636), 19; Edw. (fl. 1647 and 1667), 253; Edw. (fl. 1679), 19; Edw. (fl. 1706), and his w. Mary, 19

Rudhall, Abr., bell-founder, 204

Rupert, Prince, 9, 60, 284

Rushbery, Alice, m. — Douneham, 142; John, 142; Marg., see Mimekan; fam., 142, 146

Rusholm, Cecily (Celia), m. Lambert Foster, 297; Isabel, see Beaufeu; Joan, 297; Ric., 297, 297 n

Ruskin Coll., Oxf., 158

Russell, Chas., 147; Eliz., see Fitzellis; I. H., 155; Revd. J. (d. 1937), 105; Jack (fl. 1815), 215; Joan, m. Thos. Quatremain, 10; Sir John, 10

Rycote, in Great Haseley, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

Ryhale, Guy de, see Cahaines; Joan de, see Basset; Pain de, 229

Ryhall (Rut.), 224

S

Sacheverell, Hen., 14, 242

Sackville, Bridget, see Wray; Hon. Edw., 63

Sadler, Ann, m. 1 John Danvers (d. 1616), 2 Ric. Goddard, 34; Ant., 34; Eliz., w. of Jos., 156; Jos., 143, 144, 147, 148, 156; Sir Mic., 158; fam., 149, 156

Sainfoin, 41, and see Lucerne

St. Alban's Abbey (Herts.), 155; cell of, see Wallingford Priory

St. Amand, Aymer, 61 n; Lady Eliz., see Braybroke; Ld., see Beauchamp, Sir Ric.

St. Ambrose, 20

St. Andrew, Rog. de, 208, 211; Saer de, 208

St. Asaph, bps. of, see Carey, Short

St. Bartholomew's Hosp., Oxf., 76, 78, 79, 83, 87, 157, 172, 259, 301; land of, 85, 209, 262, 283; rents of, 195, 196, 199

St. Bridget's, see Bolshipton

St. Clement's, 79, 197, 258–66; almshos., 266; Bolshipton Ho., 260, 261; bridge, 260; char., 266; ch. bldgs., 78, 264–5, 266; ch. hist., 259, 262, 263, 264, 266; civ. war, 158, 259, 260; ct. rolls, 261 n; dom. arch., 260; ec. hist., 262–3; fair, 260; fields, 261, 262; incl., 262; inns: 260; Black Horse, 260, 261, 263, 266; lesser ests., 262; 'lunatic asylum', 263; mans., 261–2; man. admin., 261, 262; mkts., 260; mills, 260: King's Mill, 158, 214, 259, 316; occs., 262, 263, 265; P.N., 261, 262; poor rel., 263; pop., 263; Prot. noncf., 264, 265–6; rds., 259–60, 262, 263; Rom. Cathm., 94, 265, 266; schs., 266; streets: Bath St., 260, Boulter St., 266, Caroline St., 263, Cherwell St., 260, George St., 265, 266, High St. (St. Clement's), 259, 260, 263, 265, 266, The Plain, 259, 264, 265; taxes, 262, 318; top., 76, 78, 91, 157, 158, 258–61, 294; Turnpike Ho., 259; Workho., 263; and see Bolshipton, Templars

St. Donanverdh, 64

St. Edmund, see Rich

St. Edmund Hall, Oxf., 316

St. Edmund's Well, in St. Clement's, 260–1, and see Rich.

St. Evroult Abbey (Normandy), 51

St. Frideswide's Priory, 131, 160, 185, 219; chs. belonging to, 72, 120–1, 131, 165, 218, 264, 296; peculiar jurisd., 165, 218; priors of, 6, 82, 144, 226, 294, and see Elias; prop. in Bolshipton (or Bruggeset), 260, 261, 262; Chippinghurst, 107; Cowley, 78, 81, 82, 83, 84; Elsfield, 117, 119; Piddington, 223, 226, 251, 252, 255; Stanton, 284; Waterperry, 299, 301, 304; shrine, 160, 172; tithes, 72, 82 n, 104, 152, 165, 178

St. George, ch. of, see Oxford castle

St. George and the Turkish Knight, mumming play of, 165

St. George's Chapel, see Windsor

St. Giles's Fair, Oxf., 71

St. Hugh, Bp. of Lincoln, 51, 202, 229 n

St. John of Jerusalem, Order of, see Hospitallers

St. John (of Garsington and Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts.), Clemence, m. John Lydyard, 285; Joan, w. of Sir John (d. 1512), 140; Sir John (d. 1512), 140; John (d. 1576), 140; John (d. 1594), and his w. Lucy, 140; Sir John, bt. (d. c. 1648), 140, 143, 147; Nic., 140; Oliver, 140; fam., 285

St. John (of Stanton St. John), Cecily de, see Lucy; Emma, w. of John (d. by 1230), m. 2 Geof. le Despenser, 125, 285; John de (fl. c. 1149), 60, 185, 284, 289; John de (d. by 1230), 128, 284, 290; John de (d. c. 1316), 284, 287; John de (d. by 1322), 284, 286; John de (d. 1349), 284, 285; Kath., see Say; Marg. de, m. 1 Hen. de Beaumont, 2 Sir Nic. de Lovaygne, 285; Nic. de, 285; Pet. de, 285; Rog. de (d. c. 1214), 284; Rog. de (d. 1265), 284; Rog. de (fl. 12th c., 1354), 285; Thos. de (fl. 12th c.), 284; Thos. de (fl. 15th c.), 284; Wm. de, 285; fam., 284, 285

St. John the Evangelist, Society of (or Cowley Fathers), Oxf., 91, 92, 95

St. John's Coll., Oxf., 10, 115, 163, 280; pres. of, see Owen; prop., 143, 149

St. John's Hosp., Oxf., chap. of St. Mary in, 141, 279; ch. appropriated to, 185; lands of, 85, 87, 141, 144, 158, 162, 195, 197, 199, 200, 278; ward. of, 138

St. Lawrence Baldon, see Baldon St. Lawrence

St. Paul's (Lond.), dean of, see Montfort, Wm. de

St. Remy, de, Juliana, 191, 192, 195, 201; Ric. 191; Rob. (fl. 1158), 191, 201, 202; Rob. (fl. 1192), 191; fam., 191

St. Valery, de, Annora, m. Rob. III, Count of Dreux, 61; Bern., 60–61; Hen., 61; Maud, m. Wm. de Braose, 203; Reyn., 60, 71; Thos., 61, 311; Wal., 60; fam., 17, 60 n, 179, 185, 286

St. Valery, hon. of, 6, 61; lands in Ambrosden, 17, 18, 19; the Baldons, 37, 49, 50; Beckley, 57, 61, 63; (Church) Cowley, 79; Forest Hill, 124; Holton, 170; Horspath, 178, 180, 186; Wood Eaton, 311; lds., 56

St. Vincent, 101

Salden (Bucks.), 192, 193, 199

Salesian Congregation, Oxf., coll. of, 94, 96

Salfode, Ric., 86 n

Salford, Ric., Abbot of Abingdon, 245

Salisbury, Jas., 188

Salisbury, ctss. of, see Montagu; earls of, see Montagu

Salisbury, bps. of, see Audley, Langton, Roger

Salisbury Cathedral, chant. in, 52, 143

Saltash, Mr., 167

Salutation of Mary the Virgin, Soc. of, 101

Salvation Army, 99

Samson the plumber, 262

Sandby, Paul, painter, 237, 238

Sanders (Saunders), Miss A. J., 299; Edw., 298; Francis, 100; Isabel, m. Wal. Curson, 298, 307; Ralph, 202; Rob., 66; Thos., 245; Wm., 66

Sandford, de, Christine, 269; Jordan, 269, 270; Mabel, m. Thos. Bussell, 269; Millicent, 269; Ralph (fl. early 13th c.), 269; Ralph (fl. 1242), 269; Ralph (fl. 1279), 211; Ralph (fl. 1316), 208 n; Ric., 211; Rob., 269; Rog., 269; Thos. (fl. 1219), 271; Thos. (fl. 1240), 269; Thos. (fl. 1316), 194, 211; fam., 189 n, 194, 200, 209, 211, 269

Sandford, Dry (Berks.), 268

Sandford on Thames, 91, 94, 112, 143, 209, 267–75; brickworks, 267, 270; bridge, 272; char., 275; ch. bldg., 204, 273–4; ch. hist., 201, 203, 268, 272–3; dom. arch., 267–8; fair, 267; ferry, 194, 242, 267, 272; fields, 267; fisheries, 269, 270; incl., 267; inns, 267; islands, 270; locks, 196, 267, 268, 271–2; man., 81, 106, 207–8, 211, 268–70; Man. Ho., 268; mills, 196, 267, 268, 269, 270–71, 272; Minchery Farm, 207, 267–8, 270; noncf., 270, 273, 274, 299, 308; paper mill, 267, 271; P.N., 267, 270; pop., 267; rds., 267, 270, 272; schs., 268, 274–5; taxes, 267, 318; Temple (Manor) Farm, 268, 270; top., 267–8, 270; Vic., 268; wds., 267, 268; and see Abingdon Abbey, Hospitallers, Littlemore Priory, Templars

Sandford Cartulary, 269

Sandford Commandery, see Hospitallers

Sandford Preceptory, see Hospitallers, Templars

Sandford St. Martin, 268

Sandhills, see Forest Hill

Sandys, Mary, see Barker; Sam., 253 n

Sargeant, Geo., mapmaker, 56 n, 60 n, 68

Saunders, see Sanders

Savoy, Bern. of, 138

Sawaker (fl. late 12th c.), 302

Sawold (fl. 1086), 10

Sawyer, John, 176; Rob., 53

Say, Geof. de, 284; Kath. de, m. John de St. John (d. 1349), 284, 285; Rob., Prov. of Oriel Coll., Oxf., 12

Scaccario, de, And., 50, 179; Hen., 179; Isabel, 182; John, 37, 50, 179, 180, 182; Laur., 179; fam., 50

Scala, Ric. ad, 202 n

Sceot's tumulus, see Soteslawa

Schotelawa (Schotteslawa), see Soteslawa

Schutz, Augustus, 276, 277; Geo., 131, 176; Penelope, m. Thos. Whorwood (d. 1771), 172; Thos., 133, 277; fam., 133, 281

Scotland, royal house of, 223; and see David, Malcolm, William

Scott, Sir Geo. Gil., architect, 133, 167; J. O., architect, 257

Scroop, Ric. de, 50; Rob. de, 50; Wm. de, 37, 50

Secker, Thos., Bp. of Oxf., 115

Sedley, Anne, w. of Wm., 312; Anne, dau. of Wm., m. John Nourse (d. 1708), 312, 317; Wm., 312

Seeley, Rob., 186

Segrave, Sir Hugh, 240

Senlis, de, Sim. II, Earl of Huntingdon and Northampton (d. 1153), 223, 224, 251; Sim. III, Earl of Huntingdon and Northampton (d. 1184), 223, 251; Sim. (fl. 1248), 171; Sim. (fl. 1279), 171; Sim. (fl. 1317), 171; fam., 171, 173, 223, 251

Sered, Hugh, 209; Wal., 209

Sergeant (Seargeant), Mr., painter, 292

Sescut, see Elsfield

Sewers, Comms. of, 197

Seymour, Edw., Duke of Somerset, Lord Protector (d. 1552), 62

Seyntclere, Edith, m. Ric. Harcourt, 285; Eleanor, m. John Gage, 285; Eliz., m. Wm. Lovell, 285; John, 285; Marg., see Lovaygne; Sir Phil., 285; Thos., 285

Shabbington (Bucks.), 298

Shardloes (Bucks.), 141

Sharp, Wm., Princ. of Hertford Coll., Oxf., 91 n

Shaw Hellier, Revd. T., 55

Sheen Priory (Surr.), 51, 107

Sheldon, Philippa, m. Sir Ant. Pollard, 52, 53, 241, 247; Wm., 241; fam., 237, 239

Sheldon tapestries, 239

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, poet, 263

Shepard (or Miller), Thos., 287

Shepherd, Clement the, 50

Shepherd, Wm. the, 302

Sherborn, Rob., Bp. of Chichester 285

Sheriff, John, 28

Sherwood, Revd. W. E., 268, 274

Shifford, in Bampton Aston, 313 n

Shillingford (or Izard), Alice, 66; Edm. (fl. 1559), 66; Edm. (fl. 1628), 66; Edw., 66; John (d. 1657), 71, 72, 73; John (d. 1694), 71, 75; Ric., 102 n; Wm., 71, 71 n, 72; fam., 66

Shiplake, 127

Shippen, Rob., Princ. of Brasenose Coll., Oxf., 234

Shipton, Rob. (corruption of Bolshipton), 261

Shipton, hunds. of, 3

Short, Thos. V., Bp. of Sodor and Man, later of St. Asaph, 91 n

Shotover, 2, 7, 116, 168, 177, 275– 81, 293; bailiwick, 276–7, 278; civ. war, 280; Derehyde Man., 277, 278; ec. hist., 277–81; Ho. (Lodge), 262, 275–6, 280, 281; incl., 276, 280, 281; ind., 281; P.N., 275, 279; pop., 277, 278; quarries, 112, 281; rds., 275, 281, 295; sch., 281; top., 275–6; and see Forest Hill with Shotover, Magdalen Coll., Shotover and Stowood Royal Forest

Shotover and Stowood Royal Forest, 69, 128, 157, 225, 275, 276, 278, 279–81, 295; admin., 278, 279; commons, 111, 180, 197; cts., 280; disafforestation, 163, 216, 277, 280, 281; foresters, 86, 159, 278; serjeanty of, 142; timber from, 186, 259, 279, 280, 294; and see Shotover, Stowood

Shottesbrooke (Berks.), 26

Shrigley & Hunt, Messrs., glasspainters, 214

Siddons, Sarah, actress, 237

Sidgwick, Mr., 167

Silverside, Thos., 31

Simon, Count of Évreux, 51

Simon, dispenser to King Hen. I, 139

Simon s. of Hugh of Baldon, 51

Simpson, Ralph, 174

Sims, Joshua, architect, 276; Thos., 100, 115; fam., 215, 218

Sired (fl. late 12th c.), 84 n

Siward (or the Rich), Ad. s. of, 141

Siward, Philippa, see Basset; Ric., 57, 160

Skelton, Jos., engraver, 260

Skinner, Rob., Bp. of Oxf., 25, 104, 245

Slade, Sam., Bp. of Gloucester, 91 n

Slade char., 168

Slimbridge (Glos.), 316

Smallwell, Edw., Bp. of Oxf., 91 n

Smirke, Sir Rob., architect, 239

Smith, Alice, 189, 204, 205, 206, 212; Ann, 214; Chas., 149 n; Chris., 102; Francis, Fellow of Magdalen Coll., 312; G., architect, 95; Geo., carpenter, 266; Hugh. (fl. 16th c.), 86 n; Hugh (fl. 1625), 167; John (fl. 1512), 211; John (fl. 1611), 140; John (d. 1639), 201 n; John (d. 1690), 312, 316, 317; John Bouchier (fl. 18th c.), 143, 149, 149 n; John Thos. (fl. 1836), 99; Jos., Prov. of Queen's Coll., Oxf., 49; Martha, m. Ric. Nourse (d. 1673), 312, 317; Martha, m. John Nourse (d. 1708), 312, 316, 317; Oliver (fl. early 17th c.), 143; Oliver (fl. 1633), 143; Paul, 303; R., wine merchant, 70 n, 71; Ralph, Fellow of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 312; Ric., 211; Rob., mapmaker, 234; Thos. (fl. 1320), 194; Thos. (fl. 1617), glover, 130; Thos. (fl. 1694), 143; Thos. (fl. 1859), 89; Travers, 214; Vinc., clockmaker, 27; Revd. Wm., 215; Mrs., 261; — (fl. 1524), 201; — (fl. 1663), wid., 212; — (fl. 1688), 108; — (fl. 1783), 149; fam., 86, 149, 190, 200, 201 n, 211, 212 n

Smith, Rob. the, 209, 211

Smith, Wal. the, 304

Smyth, Alice, 209; Dorothy, see Denton; Edw., 17, 18; John (fl. 15th c.), 142; John (fl. late 15th c.), skinner, 86, 87; John (fl. 1557), 102

Smythe, Thos. le, 209

Smythe, Barbara, 19, 20, 22, 52, 102, 110; Grace, see Astyn; Grace, m. Bern. Gardiner, 102; Dr. Seb. (d. 1674), 102; Sir Seb. (d. 1733), 19, 52, 100, 102, 110, 217; Seb. (d. 1752), 102

Snell, Eliz., see Vyner; John, 254; Col. Wm., 254

Sneyd, Revd. Wal., 107

Snow, Jeremiah, 253, 254

Soane, Sir John, architect, 309 n, 310

Soanes, Wm., 130; fam., 130

Soberton (Hants), 208

Sodor and Man, bps. of, see Levinz, Short

Somenour, John the, 152

Somerset, Protector, see Seymour

Soterlawa (Soteslawiam), see Soteslawa

Soteslawa (Schotelawa, Schotteslawa, Soterlawa, Soteslawiam, Toteslaw), hund. of, 2, 2 n, 3

South Hinksey, see Hinksey, South

South Sea Bubble, 316

Southampton (Hants), 297

Southcott, Lady, 241

Sparks, Mr., 28

Sparrow, Rob., 183

Speed, Dr. John, 217; fam., 315

Speenhamland (Berks.), 193

Spencer, Chas., Duke of Marlborough (d. 1758), 237; Eliz., 188; John (fl. 1518), 148; John (d. 1616), 142; John, 155; Lawr., 142; fam., 142, 146, 184, 308

Spicer, John, 270

Spindler, Rob. (fl. 1665), 32; Rob. (fl. 1718), 143

Squibb, Frances, 292; Revd. Lawr., 290, 292, 293

Stacey fam., 292

Stafford, Sir Humph., 91

Stampe, Edw., 261; John, 52, 174; Isabel, w. of John, 52

Standard, Anne, 27; Hen. (d.c. 1613), 20; Hen. (fl. 1613), 20; Hen. (fl. 1664), 20; Marion, see Martin; Thos. (fl. 1613), 20; Thos. (d. c. 1706), 20; fam., 20

Standen, Wm., 253

Stanford (Northants.), 11

Stanlake, Ric. de, 194; Rog. de, 194; fam., 194, 211

Stanshawe fam., 141

Stanton Harcourt, 94, 230, 237, 241

Stanton St. John, 62, 126, 282–93; chap., see Woodperry, ch. hist.; char., 288, 293; ch. bldg., 291–2; ch. hist., 125, 130, 284, 289–91; civ. war, 60, 283–4, 288, 292; commons, 70, 287, 302; Compt. cens., 283; ct. rolls, 286, 287; dom. arch., 283; ec. hist., 286–9; farms, 283, 287 n, 289; field map, 287; fields, 129, 287 n, 288, 289, 294; incl., 288, 289, 290, 293; inns, 282, 283; lesser ests., 51, 286; mans., 125, 128, 284–6; Man. Farm, 282, 283, 287 n, 288, 289; Menmarsh Common, 282, 288–9; mills, 282, 283, 287, 289; noncf., 282, 283, 292; P.N., 282, 288; pop., 283; Recty., 282, 283, 290, 291; rds., 169, 282, 295; schs., 133, 282, 292–3; Stowford, 4, 163, 283, 286; Stowford (Stafford) Farm, 283, 289; taxes, 282, 283, 318; top., 7, 56, 122, 123, 124, 125, 128, 130, 282–4; wds., 278, 286, 288, 294: Great Wood, 282, 283, 286, 288; and see Minchincourt; St. Frideswide's Priory; Vent, the; Woodperry

Stanwell (Mdx.), 34

Staunton, Thos., 27; Wm., 53

Stavely, Wm., 62

Stebbings fam., 159

Steel, Ben., 122

Steele, Ric., essayist, 259

Steeple Aston, see Aston, Steeple

Stephen, King, 9, 19 n, 60, 158, 279

Stephen, Master, s. of John the Somenour, 152

Stephens, Gil., 73

Stocgrave fam., 242

Stocker, Wm., 201; — (fl. 1552), 201; — (fl. 1666), 201; fam., 201

Stockwell, Geof. de, 192, 199

Stocwell, Phil. de, 106

Stogursey (Som.), 239, 240

Stoke, Master Ric., 104

Stoke, battle of, 140

Stoke Prior (Worcs.), 17

Stoke Talmage, 141

Stokeham (Stokeshamme), see Waterperry

Stokenchurch (Bucks.), 179

Stokes, John, 62

Stokker, —, 211; fam., 269

Stone, Revd. Wm., Princ. of New Inn Hall, Oxf., 266; Mrs., 168; fam., 103

Stone, see Bath, Bibury, Box, Burford, Charlbury, Clipsham, Corsham, Derbyshire Grit, Haseley, Headington, Portland, Taynton, Wheatley, and see Quarries

Stoner, Sir Francis, 195; Wm., 195; fam., 196

Stonesfield slate, 153

'Stoniford', in Bernwood Forest, 304

Stow (Lincs.), archdeaconry of, 246

Stowford, Hen. of, 286; John of, 286; Wal. de, 283

Stowford, see Stanton St. John

Stowood, 2, 7, 56, 69, 117, 157, 162, 293–5; ec. hist., 60, 69, 293–5; farms, 293, 294, 295; forest, 119, 294; incl., 294; inns, 293; pop., 293; top., 116–17, 293, 294; and see Shotover and Stowood Royal Forest

Stratford, John de, 117; Wm. de (fl. late 12th c.), 117; Wm. de (fl. 13th c.), 117, 119; Wm. (fl. c. 1800), 175; fam., 117

Stratford Langthorn Abbey (Essex), 299, 301

Street, G. E., architect, 93, 101, 105, 115, 204

Stretley, Thos., 107

Stuart, Jas., architect, 238, 246, 247

Stub fam., 85, 194, 210, 211

Stubbings, Dr. John, 16, 25, 27, 28

Stubbs, Wm., Bp. of Oxf., 98, 105

Studley, in Beckley, 6, 56, 57, 64, 70, 302; almshos., 58, 76; chap., 58, 74; dom. arch., 58; field syst., 68, 69; incl., 68, 70; man., 63–64, 68, 69; Priory est., 119; Priory Ho., 58; taxes, 318; and see Beckley Studley Priory

Studley, civ. par., 56

Studley Priory, 13, 56 n, 71, 72, 125, 130, 279; prss. of, 71, 123, 178, 294; and see Beckley, Studley

Styles, Rob., 201

Sueting (fl. 11th c.), 109, 139, 144

Suffolk, dchss. of, see Chaucer; dukes of, see Brandon, Pole

Sulman, John, architect, 94

Sulston, John, 258

Sumer, Hen., kt., 144, 145; Thos., 144, 145

Summertown, in Oxf., 215, 218

Sunninghull, Gil. de, 182

Sunningwell (Berks.), 269

Surman, Thos., 183; W. F., 144; fam., 147

Sutere, Alex. le, 174

Sutton, Humph., 193; Sir John, ld. of Dudley, 252; Oliver, Bp. of Lincoln, 246, 290; Sir Ric., 142, 143; Rob., 75

Sutton on Thames (Berks.), 272

Swalcliffe, 141

Swan, Jas., 270

Swegn (fl. 1086), sheriff, 35, 50

Swing rioters (1830), 191

Sydenham, Mr., 44

Sydenham, 194

Sylvester, Eleanor, see Mountford; Rob., 118

Symeon, Anne, see Molyns; John, 114

Symonds, Kath., see Frothingham; Ric., 115; Sam., 127;—, gent., 133

Symons fam., 195

Synod, archidiaconal, 305

T

Tackley, 102, 191 n

Tagg of Oxford, nurseryman, 237

Tait, A. C., later Abp. of Canterbury, 45, 54

Talemasch (? de Tedmershe), Alice, see Cowley; Denise, m. Hen. de Kersinton, 80, 81, 84

Tallboys, Alphonso, printer, 266

Tanner, John, 28; Ric., 28

Tatham, Thos., carpenter, 8

Tatnall, Wm., 35, 53

Taverner, Eleanor, see Heyton; John, 316, 317; Marg., see Lambert; Mary, see Harcourt; Ric. (d. 1575), 310, 311, 316, 317; Ric. (fl. 1600), 311–12

Tawney, Chas., 168; Hen., builder, 115

Taxes, see taxes under parish entries

Taylor, E. W., 161; Jos., 110; T., engraver, 239; W., bell-founder, 122; W. & J., bell-founders, 133, 220

Taynton (Glos.) stone, 174

Teddington(Mdx.), 107

Tedmershe, see Talemasch

Templars, Order of, advowson, 229– 30, 272; chap., 77, 85, 90, 91; ct., 210; Master, 271, 272; preceptories: Cowley, 71, 77, 225, 269, 301; Sandford, 110, 223, 269, 272, 299; prior (of Sandford), see John; privileges, 6; prop. in Berks., 225; Cowley, 6, 78, 80, 81, 83–86, 193, 211; Garsington, 143, 145; Horspath, 179, 180, 182, 185; Iffley, 82, 199; Littlemore, 84, 193, 208, 210, 211; Marlake, 64, 68 n; Merton, 6, 222, 223–6; St. Clement's, 260; Sandford, 106, 211, 268, 269, 272; Wheatley, 110, 111; suppression, 81, 106, 179, 223, 225, 269, 273

Temple, Ric., Duke of Buckingham (d. 1861), 253

Temple Mill, Wm. of, 85

Temple Mill, see Cowley

Terrent, Sam., 26

Tescale, Thos., 261

Teswell, Rob., 281

Tetloe, Ric., 257

Tetsworth, 111

Tew, Hugh de, 125, 130; Wal. (fl. 1160), and his w., 125; Wal. (fl. 1205), 125

Tewkesbury, battle of, 34, 62

Teyes, de, Alice, m. Warin de Lisle (d. 1322), 9; Hen., Ld. Teyes (d. 1307), 9; Hen., Ld. Teyes (d. 1322), 9

Teynham, Baron, see Roper Curson

Thackwell, Anne, 309; Thos., 305

Thame, Phil. of, Prior of the Hospitallers in England, 226

Thame, vct. of, see Bertie, Francis; Vct., see Norreys, Francis

Thame, 115, 163, 295; civ. war at, 9, 60, 158, 284; fair, 67; hund. of, 2, 4, 115 n; man. of, 51; schs., 175, 281; v. of, 175; and see Baldington

Thame Abbey, 172, 311

Thame, Riv., 2, 8, 96, 98, 101, 106, 108, 115, 168, 170, 295, 300, 301

Thames Navigation, Comms. of, 197, 272

Thames, Riv., 2, 30, 76, 160, 163, 189, 190, 195, 197, 207, 214, 216, 234, 242, 267, 270, 271, 272, 279, 280, 304

Theobald, Abp. of Canterbury, 223

Thomas s. of Thurstan, 199, 211

Thomas s. of Wm. atte Mill, 215

Thomas le smyth, 209

Thomas (fl. 1537), mason, 48

Thomas, Revd. Dav., 154

Thomley, de, Adeliza, see Ghernon; Aufricia, w. of Rob. (fl. 1243), 299; Basile, w. of Jordan, 299, 299 n; Denise, w. of Rob. (fl. 1243), 299; Ellis, 299, 301; Godfrey, 299, 301; Hen., 299, 301; Joan, w. of Ellis, 299; John (d. by 1334), 300; John (fl. 1344), 300; Jordan, 299, 301; Rob. (fl. 1243), 299, 300, 302; Rob. (fl. 1279), 299–300, 301; Rualdus, 299, 301; fam., 302

Thomley, in Waterperry, 4, 295, 296, 300, 301; ec. hist., 302; incl., 302; man., 299–300, 301, 304, 305; taxes, 318; Thomley Hall, 296; Thomley Wood, 302, 304

Thomson, Guy (fl. 1860), 35; Guy (fl. 1935), 295; John, 75; Laetitia, 75; Wm., later Abp. of York, 105

Thorbarn fam., 211

Thornton, Mrs., 133

Thornton (Bucks.), 298, 312

Thovi (fl. c. 1060), 139

Throckmorton, Winifred, m. Edm. Powell (fl. 1632), 270; fam., 274

Thrup, in Kidlington, 311

Thurstan, Thos. s. of, 199, 211

Thurstan (Thursteyn) fam., 194, 209

Thwaites, Edw., 191; John, 154

Tiddington (Titendene), Tithingtown), in Albury, 2, 8–14, 295; chap., 13; Ho., 8, 12; man., 10–11, 297; and see Albury

Tiddington Brook, 5, 8

Tidmarsh (Tedmershe), see Talemasch; ld. of, see Hugh

Tilley, Revd. Wm., 13–14

Tipping, Anne, 12; Thos. (fl. 1560), 298; Thos. (fl. 1705), 304; Wm. (fl. 1550), 223; Wm. (fl. 1785), 69; Wm. (fl. 1820), 14; fam., 227

Tirrell, see Tyrrell

'Titendene', 99, see Tiddington

Tithingtown, see Tiddington

Tocotes, Eliz., see Braybroke; Sir Rog., 43

Todd, Revd. John, 306 n

Toli (fl. 1086), 80, 141

Tollit, H. T., architect, 207

Toluse, Rob., 301

Tomkins, John, 132; Mary, m. Wm. Julius Mickle, 124; Rob., 124, 127 n, 132; Sam., 132

Tony, de, Alice, m. 1 Thos. Leyburne, 2 Guy de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, 3 Wm. la Zouche, Ld. Mortimer, 138; Baldw., 137 n, 138, 138 n, 139; Ida, see Chaumont; Ralph, 138; Rob., 138; Rog. (fl. 12th c.), 137, 137 n, 138; Rog. (d. by 1264), 138; Rog. s. of Baldw., see Akenny; fam., 137–8

Toot Baldon, see Baldon, Toot

Toppes, Dennis, 44, 53

'Toteslaw', see Soteslawa

Toti, Azor s. of, 33, 63, 191

Toti the Dane (fl. c. 1010), 64n

Towle, John, 196

Townesend, Steph., mason, 115, 202; Wm., mason, 276; fam., masons, 201

Townsend, Edw., 144, 147; fam., 150

Towton, battle of, 171

Towynsyn, Mic., 152 n

Treason Trustees, 17

Tregian, John, 223; Kath., m. Rob. Doyley (d. 1577), 223

Tresilian, Sir Rob., 194

Trinity Coll., Oxf., 34, 148, 155, 167; ch. belonging to, 152–3; pres. of, 152–4, and see Bathurst; Harris, Rob. Huddesford; Ingram; Kettell; Lee; Wilson; Yeldard

Tristram, Prof. E. W., 317

Trotman, Alf. Davis, 95

Trotton (Suss.), 50

Trump, fox-terrier bitch, 215

Truro (Cornw.), 24

Trussell, Anne, 34; Edw., 34

Trust Houses Ltd., 236

Tubb, Chilton, 195; John, 291; Sarah, m. — Rogers, 195; Mr., miller, 196; fam., 291

Tubney, Alice, see Kepeharm; Durand, 142; Geof., 142; Pet., 142

Tubney (Berks.), 186

Turner, Cassandra, see Leigh; Revd. Dan., 204; Sir Edw. (d. 1735), bt., 16, 18, 25; Sir Edw. (d. 1766), bt., 15, 16, 18, 27, 224, 228, 233, 254, 255; Sir Edw., 28; Sir Greg., see Page-Turner; Mary, see Page; Wm. (fl. 1805), 229; Wm. (fl. 19th c.), 248; fam., see Page-Turner

Turnpikes, 15, 98, 112, 159, 236, 259, 262, 265, 275

Turrill, Jos., 154; Ric., 154; —, mason, 150; fam., 150, 154

Turstin (fl. 1086) s. of Rolf, 117

Tutbury (Staffs.), 274; battle of, 170

Tuthulle, Miles of, 50

Tweedsmuir, Ld., see Buchan

Twopenny, Marg., see Nowell; Ric., 205

Twycross, Revd. Rob., 305, 306

Tyndale, Constance, 169; Dora, 169; Revd. H. A., 169, 175; Mary Anne, see Earle; Revd. Thos. Geo., 114, 172, 175; Wm. Earle, see Tyndale Biscoe; fam., 175

Tyndale Biscoe, Hen. S., 172; Wm. Earle, 172; fam., 169

Tyrrell (Tirrell), Sir Edw., 312; Eliz., see Usher; Geo., 298; Humph., 298; Jane, see Ingleton; Sir Jas. (d. 1718), 276, 277; Gen. Jas. (d. 1745), 276, 277; Philippa, m. John Nourse (d. 1633), 19, 312; Sir Tim. (fl. 1624), 275, 276, 277, 279; Sir Tim. (d. 1701), 174 n, 276, 277; Thos., 312; fam., 277, 281, 293, 298

Tyrwhitt-Drake, Ann, see Wickham; Thos. Drake, 141; fam., 148, 149; and see Drake

U

Uffington, John, 314

Uffington (Berks.), 246

Ulster, earl of, see Burgh, Mortimer

Underwood, H. J., architect, 187, 207, 213

Unity, Mat., 246

University Coll., Oxf., master of, 226, and see Walker, Obadiah

Unton, Eliz., m. Sir John Croke (d. 1609), 58 n; fam., arms of, 58

Upham, in Aldbourne (Wilts.), 34

Upper Arncot, see Arncot, Upper

Urban III, Pope, 305

Urquhart, Revd. Wm., 107

Usher, Eliz., m. Tim. Tyrrell (d. 1701), 277; Jas., Abp. of Armagh, 275

V

Vache, Phil. de la, 62

Vanbrugh, Sir John, architect, 109 n

Varney, Ric., mason, 310

Vaughan, Joan, see Presser; John, 68; Jos., 233; Rob., 233; Silvanus, 233; Thos., poet, 13

Vavasour, Hen., 108

Venables-Vernon, Edw., Abp. of York, see Vernon Harcourt; Eliz., m. Geo. Sim. Harcourt, Earl Harcourt, 242, 248, 249; Geo., Baron Vernon of Kinderton, 242; Martha, see Harcourt

Venour, John le, 278

Vent, the, in Cuddesdon, Forest Hill, and Holton, 96, 104, 116, 122, 126, 141, 168, 174

Vente, Rog. de, 116

Verdun, Thos. de, 191

Verney, John, 62; Ralph (fl. 15th c.), 62; Ralph (d. 1525), 62

Vernon, Eliz., see Venables-Vernon; Revd. Jas., 233

Vernon, Ld., see Venables-Vernon, Geo.

Vernon-Harcourt (formerly VenablesVernon), Edw., Abp. of York, 101, 236, 238 n, 239, 242, 249

Verulam, earls of, see Grimston

Vicars, Thos., 68; fam., 66

Victoria, Queen, 101

Vincent, Abbot of Abingdon, 139

Vines, see Vyne

Vineyards, 31

Vosper, Art., 233; John, 233

Vyne(Vines), Eleanor, 258; Hen. (fl. 1560), 253; Hen. (fl. 1582), ? s. of Hen., 253; Jane, wid. of Hen., 253; Ralph, 253; fam., 253

Vyne Place, in Remenham (Berks.), 253

Vyner, Eliz., m. John Snell, 253; Thos., Dean of Gloucester, 253

Vyse, Ric., 185

W

Waard, Helewis, m. 1 (?) Fulk Hareng, 2 Wm. Avenel, 311, 315; Walchelin, 311, 315

Wace (Wase), Ellen, m. Sir Ric. de Louches, 50; Gil., 9; John, 142, 143; Wm. (fl. c. 1300), 50; Wm. (fl. 1454), and his w. Joan, 142

Waddell, Mr., 210

Wade, Hen., 252

Wadham Coll., Oxf., bldgs, 163; prop. of, 143–4, 149, 151

Wadley, in Littleworth (Berks.), 120

Wadnell, Mrs., 96

Wainhill, in Chinnor, 9 n

Walker, Eliz., w. of John, 250, 257; John(d. 1722), 257; John (d. 1731), 257; John (fl. 1758), 255; Obadiah, Master of University Coll. Oxf., 266; Reyn., 186; Ric., 253; Thos., 270; fam., 250, 253

Walkerville, Jordan de, 208

Wall-paintings, 28, 75, 93, 105, 167, 220, 257, 317

Waller, Anne, w. of Rob., 11, 12; Edm., poet, 11; Rob., 11

Wallingford, Vct., see Knollys, Sir Wm.

Wallingford (Berks.), 4, 9, 279

Wallingford, hon. of, 4, 5, 6, 79 n, 141, 311; lands in the Baldons, 33, 49; (Temple) Cowley, 80, 81 n, 84; Forest Hill, 124; Holton, 170; Horspath, 178, 182; and see Ewelme

Wallingford Priory, 141, 151; priors of, see Heron, Kirkby

Wallis, John, 148; Thos., 143

Walpole, Edw., 308; Hen., 308n; Horace, author, 238, 239

Walsh, Geo., 194; Hen., 194

Walter s. of Pain (or de Garsington), see Pain

Walter s. of Rog., 37, 50

Walter the smith, 304

Walter (fl. 11th c.), Rob. s. of, 296

Walter at Hull, see Hull

Walter, Sir Wm., 159

Waltham Forest (Essex), 280

Waltheof, Earl of Huntingdon and Northampton, 223

Walton, Edw., 186

Walton (Herts.), 96

Walton, in Oxf., 3, 191, 260

War Dept., 230

War Dept. Base Ordnance Depot, Bicester, 15, 16, 17, 23, 221, 222, 229, 250, 256

War Office, 17

Warburton, Revd. Thos. Acton, 191, 203, 204, 205

Ward, Wm., 257, and see Waard

Warenne, Gundreda de, m. 2 Wm. de Courcy (d. 1176), 3 Geof. Huse, 239, 245

Warham, Wm., Abp. of Canterbury, 285

Warneford, Dr. S., 159

Warre, John, 17

Warton, Thos., author, 153

Warwick (or Warewick), John de, 106

Warwick, ctss. of, see Basset, Philippa; earls of, 49, 296, 297; and see Beauchamp, Guy de; Newburgh

Wase, see Wace

Wash Brook, see Bayswater Brook

Wastie, Francis, 80, 92 n, 96; John J., see Lockhart; fam., 80, 87, 88, 89

Watcombe, in Watlington, 33

Watele, see Wheatley

Water Eaton, in Kidlington, 309, 311 n, 315

Waterford, bp. of, see Milles

Waterperry, 7, 10, 14, 70, 117, 295– 309; chap. (R.C.), 296 n, 308; char., 309; ch. bldg., 297, 306–8; ch. hist., 304–6; Common, 295, 296, 300, 303, 306, 309; dom. arch., 295–6; ec. hist., 300–4; farms, 295–6, 303–4; fields, 300–1, 303–4; fishery, 304; Ho., 296, 299; incl., 300, 301, 302, 303, 306; mans., 296–300, 304; mills, 304, 305; occs., 304; P.N., 300, 301, 302–3; pop., 300, 302, 303; Prot. noncf., 309; recty. est., 304, 305; rds., 295; Rom. Cathm., 265, 274, 298, 304 305, 306, 308–9; schs., 309; sheepfarming, 302, 303; Stokeham (Stokeshamme, Parsonage Hamme), 304, 305; taxes, 302, 303, 305, 318; top., 295–6; vicars, 302, 305, 306; Vic., 295–6, 306; wds., 295, 300–2, 304; worthies, 296; and see Bowbridge, Ledhale, St. Frideswide's Priory, Thomley

Waterstock, 8, 304; living of, 306; ld. of, 10, 50, 76; mill, 305; and see Draycott

Watlington, 194, 299; and see Watcombe

Watson, Joshua, 214

Watts, Geo., 115; W. F., 120

Waynflete, Wm. of, Bp. of Winchester, 50, 142, 163, 185

Weaver, Godwin the, 225

Webb, C., glass-painter, 204; Frances, 98; Wm., and his w. Mary, 108

Wednesbury(Staffs.), 41

Welbeck, Leon., 147, 148; fam., 143

Well (Welle), atte, Hugh, 145; Thos., 116; Wm., 145

Welles, Anne, wid. of Paul (fl. 1699), 12; Hugh de, Bp. of Lincoln, 72, 90, 131, 165, 219, 305, 306; Paul (fl. 1699), 12; Paul (fl. 1750), 12 n

Wellesbourne, Sir John, 62

Wells, Rob., bell-founder, 46; Mr., schoolmaster, 66; –, miller, 196; fam., 107 n; and see Wellys

Wellys fam., 107

Wemyss, Dav., Earl Wemyss (d. 1720), 241; Mary, see Robinson

Wendlebury, 221; and see 'Frankeburg'

Wenlock, Eliz., see Drayton; John, 240

Wenlowe, Wm., 98

Wenman, Sir Thos., 252n

Wenric (fl. 1086), see Palences

Wesley, John, evangelist, 99, 275

West, Nic., 230; Revd. Thos., 204

West Wittenham, see Wittenham, West

Westbrooke, Thos., 100, 156, 184, 189

Westbury, in Cowley, see Cowley, Church

Westmacott, R., jr., sculptor, 213

Westminster Abbey, 215 n; abbots of, 2, 294, 314

Westmorland slate, 155, 276

Weston, John (fl. 1449), 286; John (fl. 1524), 66; Pet. de, bell-founder, 28

Weston (Lincs.), 155

Weston-on-the-Green, 21

Weyland, Miss B. H., 312; Lady Cath., see Burgh; Eliz. J., see Nourse; John (d. 1825), 310, 312, 313, 315, 316; John (d. 1854), 312; John (d. 1902), 312, 315; Mark (fl. 18th c.), 312; Capt. Mark U. (fl. 20th c.), 312; Maj. Ric., 312; fam., 310; fam., arms of, 317

Whaddon, Alice, w. of Nic., 51; Nic., 51

Whale, Thos., 232

Whalley-Gardiner, Sir John, see Whalley-Smythe-Gardiner

Whalley-Smythe-Gardiner, Sir Jas. (d. 1805), bt., 52, 102; Sir Jas. (d. 1851), bt., 102, 111, 114; Sir John, bt., formerly Whalley-Gardiner, 19, 20, 52, 102, 110; fam., est. of, 107

Wharton char., 168

Wheatfield, 247

Wheatland, Marg., w. of Steph., 75, 291, 292, 293; Steph., 75, 291, 293

Wheatley (Watele), Hen. of (or de Mache), 106, 110, 111; John, 19; Mat. of, 110; Wm. of, 110; fam., 110

Wheatley (Watele), in Cuddesdon, 3, 6, 7, 96, 108–15, 124, 174, 175, 278; chap., 114, 115; coaching, 111; ch. bldg., 115; ch. hist., 104, 114–15, 281; common, 111, 281; ct., 113, 150; dom. arch., 109; ec. hist., 110–14; fair, 114; field syst., 111; incl., 111–12, 113; ind., 112; inns, 109, 111–12, 114, 116; land in, 50, 126; man., 101, 109–10, 139; Man. Ho., 109; map, 97; mills, 109; occs., 48, 112, 150; 'Old Wheatley', 115; par. govt., 113; P.N., 111; poor rel., 100, 113, 229; pop., 103, 111, 112; quarries, 98, 112; rds., 96, 98, 108–9, 111, 112, 113, 295; schs., 99, 100, 133, 176, 177; soc. conds., 113–14; stone, 98, 105, 109, 112, 174; taxes, 112, 318;top., 108–9, 111, 117, 123, 177, 178, 275, 309; Vic., 100, 109; vicars, 98, 99, 109, 113, 114, 115; workho., 109, 113; and see Chippinghurst, Cuddesdon, Denton, Templars

Wheatley (or Harpesford) Bridge, 96, 98, 112, 150, 174; land adjoining, 114, 172, 173, 278

Wheeler, Revd. Art., 108

Wheeler-Bennett, John, 137

Wherwell Abbey (Hants), 138

Whethill, Marg., m. Sir Thos. Mildmay, 17; Ric., 17

Whicher, Thos., 231

Whistler, Lawr., 136

White, Anne, m. — Mann, 292; Hen., 87; Jane, 257; Jas. (fl. 1665), 88; Jas. (d. 1718), 87, 88; Jas. (fl. 1800), 89; John (d. 1648), 283; John (fl. 1670), 88, 283; John (fl. 1853), 89; John, bell-founder, 46; Ric., 220; Wm., 89; fam., 77, 87–89

White Friars, see Oxford friaries

White Knights, in Earley (Berks.), 17, 28

Whitechapel bell-foundry, see Mears

Whitecross Green, in Beckley, 56, 57, 66, 68, 69, 74

Whitehead, Wm., poet, 237, 238

Whithull, Hugh de, 9; Isabel, see Foliot; Rob. de, 13

Whittlesey, Rob., 66 n

Whitton, John, 316

Whorwood, Brome (d. 1657), 161, 172; Brome (d. 1684), 161, 172, 174, 175; Diana, m. Edw. Master, 172, 177; Edm., 175, 316; Eliz., 176; Hen. Mayne, 5, 161, 166, 172, 174; Jane, w. of Brome (d. 1684), 161, 170, 172; Jas., 175; Penelope, see Schutz; Revd. T. H. (fl. 1835), 161; Sir Thos. (d. 1634), 126, 129, 161, 164, 167, 171, 172, 176, 261; Thos. (d. 1708), 172; Thos. (d. 1736), 172; Thos. (d. 1771), 137, 172, 173; Revd. Thos. H. (d. 1835), 161, 166; Lady Ursula, see Brome; Capt. Wm. H., 161; fam., 5, 116, 126, 128, 130, 158, 165, 166, 169, 172, 174

Whyte, Thos., Ward. of New Coll., Oxf., 290

Wick, in Headington, 157, 158–9, 163, 216, 278, 294, 318

Wickham, Ann, m. Thos. Drake Tyrwhitt-Drake, 141, 148, 149, 156; Eliz., m. Barton Holiday, 202; Jane, see Brome; John (fl. 17th c.), 141; John (d. 1683), 141, 150; John (d. 1691), 141; Mary, 156; Ric., 93; Wm. (fl. 1622), 195, 202; Wm. (d. 1643), 141; Wm. (d. 1727), 141, 147, 156; Revd. Wm. (d. 1770), 141, 147, 156; Mrs., wid. of Wm. (d. 1727), 141, 147; Mrs. (fl. 1806), 141; fam., 64, 136, 141, 147, 149 n, 156

Widford (Herts.), 141

Wigod of Wallingford, 60

Wigston fam., 12 n; and see Wixon

Wilberforce, Sam., Bp. of Oxf., 28, 45, 73, 98, 101, 105, 115, 166, 175, 232, 273

Wilcotes, see Willicotes

Wildgoose, Thos., 147; Wm., 116

Wilkynson, Geo., Fellow of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., 186

Willaston man., in Mixbury, 61

Willement, Thos., glass-painter, 101, 213

William I, King, 51, 268

William IV, King, 155

William the Lion, King of Scotland (d. 1214), Earl of Huntingdon (1165–74), 251

William, Count of Evreux, 35, 37, 51, 107

William, curate of Sandford, 272

William s. of Alex. of Coombe, 5

William s. of Anfred, 195

William s. of Elias, 84 n

William s. of Mann, 19

William s. of Abbot Rainald, 139

William, s.-in-law of Gil. Latemer (or the Marshal), 139

William of the mill, of Holton, 173, 174

William of Temple Mill, 85

William the bailiff, 225

William the miller, of Sandford, 270

William the parker, 67

William the shepherd, 302

William, Thos., carpenter, 174

Williams, Sir John (d. 1559), later Ld. Williams of Thame, 10, 58, 62, 285; John (fl. 16th c.), 54; Marg., m. Sir Hen. Norreys, 10, 62, 277

Willicotes (Wilcotes), Eliz., m. — Blaket, 286; John, 285; Wm., 161, 162, 286; fam., 5

Willis, Browne, antiquary, 115

Willoughby, Chris. (d. 1773), 35; Sir Chris. (d. 1808), bt., 32, 33, 35, 40–43, 45, 46, 52, 53, 244; Sir Hen. Pollard, 35, 41, 44, 45, 52, 53; Hugh Pollard, 45, 53; John, 35; Sir John Pollard, 35; Sir John Chris. Pollard, 35; Juliana, w. of Sir Chris., 46; Martha, see Evans; fam., 43, 46, 53

Wilmot (Willmot, Willmott), John, 51; Leon., 47, 49, 249; Wm., 249

Wilson, John, Pres. of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 153; John (fl. 1900), 196

Winchelsey, Rob. of, Abp. of Canterbury, 316

Winchester, ctss. of, see Beaumont, Marg. de; earls of, 208; and see Despenser, Quincey

Winchester, 196

Winchester, bps. of, see Blois, Edington, Gardiner, Langton, Waynflete, Wykeham

Winchester Coll., 50, 306

Windsor, Sir And., later Ld. Windsor, 34, 39, 43; Eleanor, m. Sir Chris. Brome (d. 1589), 171; Eliz., see Blount; Wm., Ld. Windsor, 34, 171; fam., 32

Windsor (Berks.), 279

Windsor castle, 112, 163, 279; castle guard at, 106, 109, 110, 139; St. George's Chapel in, 152

Winter, Ric., 195, 196; fam., 201

Wise, Edw., 55; Francis, 117, 121, 121 n; John, 140; Hen., 143; Hugh, 287; Mr. (fl. 1707), 244

Wise's Auction Rooms, in St. Clement's, 263

Withington (Glos.), 146 n

Witney, 194, 200, 211, 314

Wittenham, Little (Berks.), 273

Wittenham, Long (Berks.), 34, 43, 53, 186

Wittenham, West (Berks.), 138

Wixon, Anne, 12; Ric., 12; Wm. (fl. mid-17th c.), 8, 12; Wm., cooper, 12; —, wid. of Wm., cooper, 12; fam., 12 n

Wolfe, Marcus, moneylender, 263

Wolsey, Card. Thos., 143, 152, 241, 259, 260, 270; and see Cardinal Coll., Oxf.

Wolvercote, 3

Wood, Pet. atte, 278

Wood, Ant., antiquary, 44, 78, 137, 155, 158, 160, 164, 170, 247, 259, 261, 263, 264, 268, 273, 299, 311; Revd. Richardson, 73; Thos., mason, 100

Wood Eaton (Eatun), 6, 18, 309–17; Almesmoor (Alvesmoor), 313, 314; char., 317; ch. bldg., 316–17; ch. hist., 315–16; civ. war, 312; Compt. cens., 312; ct. rolls, 314; dom. arch., 310; ec. hist., 278, 294, 312–15; farms, 309, 310, 312, 315; field syst., 313; fishery, 313, 314; incl., 262, 314, 315; man., 37, 311–12; Man. Ho., 310, 317; noncf., 317; occs., 313; P.N., 309, 313, 314; pop., 312–13; rectors, 312, 316; Recty., 309, 315–16, 316; rds., 309; sch., 312, 317; taxes, 312, 313, 314, 315, 318; top., 214, 215, 309–11; wds., 119, 278, 294, 309; worthies, 310, 312, 316; yeo. fams., 310, 315; and see St. Valery, hon. of

Woodhays (Bucks.), 223

Woodley, John, 197

Woodmason fam., 214

Woodperry, in Stanton St. John, 4, 6, 21, 60, 282–3, 289, 318; ch. bldg., 283, 292; ch. hist., 290, 291; Farm, 282, 283; fields, 287 n, 288; Ho., 282, 283, 288; man., 286, 287

Woodperry Brook, 282, 288, 289

Woodrising (Norf.), 312

Woodstock, 66, 132, 156, 202; prison, 203; royal palace, 160; trustees of poor of, 22

Woodvil, Lionel, Archd. of Oxf., 202

Woodward, Mic., Ward. of New Coll., Oxf., 284; Mr., 303

Woodyer, Hen., architect, 55

Woolfe, John, architect, 237

Woolstone (Berks.), 245

Wootton, Ela de, see Biset; J. de, 160; Wm. of, 160

Worcester Coll., Oxf., portraits at, 246 n; prov. of, see Blechynden

Workhouses, 109, 113, 159, 263

Wormenhall, Thos., 209

Worminghall (Bucks.), 12, 70, 169, 295, 296, 298–302, 304

Worminghall Brook (or the Harse), 300

Wormsley, in Stokenchurch (Bucks.), 299

Wotton (Surr.), 242

Wray, Bridget, Bnss. Norreys, m. 1 Edw. Sackville, 2 Montagu Bertie, Earl of Lindsey (d. 1666), 63; Edw., 13, 62; Eliz., see Norreys

Wretchwick, in Ambrosden, formerly in Bicester, 15, 20, 23

Wright, Calvert, 241, 245; Sir Edm., 224; Kath., m. Sir Jas. Harrington (fl. late 17th c.) 224, 233; Mary, see Heywood; Mary, dau. of Mary, 127; Rob., Bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, 241

Wroxton, 34, 120

Wyatt, Dr. Thos., 246

Wyatts, builders of Oxf., 167

Wycombe Rlwy. Co., 77, 98

Wycombe, High (Bucks.), 112

Wykeham, Wm. of, Bp. of Winchester, 285; fam., 141; and see Wickham

Wymbyssh, Nic., 195

Wymond, Rob., 37

Wynchingdon, Rob. de, Abbot of Dorchester, 42

Wyndham, Anne, m. John Powell (d. c. 1727), 270

Wynter, —, 201; and see Winter

Wytham (Berks.), 13

Y

Yardley, Hen., 167

Yarmouth (Norf.), 141

Yarnton, 61

Yateman, Francis (d. 1712), 53; Francis (d. 1797), 30, 44, 53; Jas., and his w., 248; Wm., 53, 54

Yattendon (Berks.), 298

Yeats, Ant., 48

Yeldard, Art., Pres. of Trinity Coll., Oxf., 153

Yerke, Mrs. Jane, 292

Yewdon man., in Hambledon (Bucks.), 223

Yonge, Charlotte M., author, 98

York fam., arms of, 203

York, abps. of, see Bainbridge; Thomson, Wm.; Vernon-Harcourt

Young, Art., 12, 13, 22, 32, 40–42, 47, 69–71, 103–4, 111, 123, 149, 173, 228–9, 244, 267, 281, 304, 310, 315; John, 55

Yve, John, 21

Z

Zouche, Ld., see Bisshopp

Zouche, Alice la, see Tony; Wm. la, Ld. Mortimer, 138