Index

Sponsor

Victoria County History

Publication

Author

Elizabeth Crittall (editor)

Year published

1959

Supporting documents

Pages

461-486

Annotate

Comment on this article
Double click anywhere on the text to add an annotation in-line

Citation Show another format:

'Index', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 4 (1959), pp. 461-486. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=102828 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


Highlight

(Min 3 characters)

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWYZ

Note. The following abbreviations are used: Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; archbp., archbishop; Assoc., Association; b., born; bp., bishop; br., brother; chap., chapel; Chas., Charles; ch., church; Chris., Christopher; coll., college; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; Div., Division; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Gil., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; hosp., hospital; Ho., House; hund., hundred; ind., industry; incl., inclosure; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Kath., Katherine; Marg., Margaret; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Min., Ministry; Nic., Nicholas; n, note; par., parish; pop., population; R.D., rural district; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rly., railway; Rob., Robert; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; soc., society; sr., senior; tax., taxation; Thos., Thomas; vct., viscount; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

A

Abbot, Geo., archbp. of Canterbury, 413; S.P., 231

Abbotstone, see Whiteparish

Abingdon, earl of, see Bertie

Abingdon (Berks.), 265; canal, 273–5, 277; rly., 277

Abingdon Court, see Cricklade

Ablington, see Figheldean

Abyn, John, 140

Abyssinia, imports from, 238

Acetyline Light Syndicate, 202

Acklom, Geo., 214

Addeston, see Maddington

Adlam (Athelam), John, 144; Wm., 134, 138

Admiralty, 201, 205, 233, 239, 250; and see Royal Navy

Adolfe, a Dutchman or Pole, 156

Adye & Hinwood Ltd., 222

Affernwell (Affarnwell, or Goldney), Nic., 140, 145

Affleck, T., 196; Wm., 196

Affleck, F. & T., 196

Africa, British West, 195

Africa, East, imports from, 236

Africa, South (Cape of Good Hope), 191; imports from, 238; mkt. for bacon, 221; mkt. for leather, 236; mkt. for machinery, 189; mkt. for stone, 249

Africa, West, imports from, 236

African pigs, 80

Agar, Chas. Geo. Welbore Ellis, styled vct. Somerton (d. 1894), 373

Agaric Ltd., 250

Agricultural Depression, Royal Commission on, 105

Agricultural Distress, Royal Commission on, 86

Agricultural Wages Board, 113

Agriculture and Fisheries, Min. of, 101, 223

Agriculture, Central Chamber of, 86, 93

Agriculture, Royal Commission on (1881), 93

Ailesbury, marquesses of, 104, and see Brudenell-Bruce; estate (Savernake estate), 73, 88–90, 94, 96, 104–7; Yorks. estate, 104

Air Ministry, 192, 229, 239, 249–50; and see Aircraft Production; Royal Air Force; Royal Flying Corps

Aircraft Production, Min. of, 204

Akele, Reynold de, 434

Albemarle, duke of, see Monck

Aldbourne, 17–18, 38, 330, 334, 336, 402; arable farming, 16, 97; Bell Court, 253; bell-founding, 252–3; ch. bells, 253 n; common fields, 51; cotton ind., 179–80; coursing, 382–3; Court Ho., 253; demesne leased, 11, 36; fire at, 179–80; labour services, 38; manor, 405; manorial officers, 405; meadows, 38, 405; park, or warren, 18; Peaks Wood (Pykewood), 11; pop., 69, 339; rents decreased, 40; sheepfarming, 21–22, 27, 38; silk ind., 176 n; Snap, 11, 296, 301, 310; tax., 301, 303, 310; textile ind., 179; Upham, 11, 301, 310, 377; wage labour, 33; woollen ind., 253

Alderbury, 326, 331, 336, 363, 396, 427–30; canal, 279; emigration from, 322; estate at, 393 n; Farley, 296, 306, 318, 339, 427, 431; Farley hosp., 318, 320; Pitton, 296, 306, 339, 396, 427, 429–30; Pitton and Farley, 320, 331, 336–7, 355, 373; pop., 69, 322, 339; rly., 286; tax., 296, 306; and see Whaddon

Alderbury hund., 296–7, 306, 326, 339, 392, 429

Alderbury R.D., 331, 336–7, 339

Alderbury Union, workho., 319–20

Alderstone, see Whiteparish

Alderton, 327, 334; pop., 339; quarry, 248; tax., 298, 307

Aldhelm, St., 247

Alexander & Son, 192

Alice, abbess of Wilton, 459

All Cannings, see Cannings

Allcroft, see Dent, Allcroft & Co. Ltd.

Allen, S., 384

Allenford, see Martin, Toyd Farm

Alley, Herbert, 239

Allington, in Chippenham, see Chippenham

Allington (North), in All Cannings, see Cannings

Allington (South) (Amesbury hund.), 326, 331; pop. 339; tax., 297, 306

Allott, Major P. A., 376

Altcar (Lancs.), 383

Alton, see Figheldean

'Alton', cricket, 378

Alton Barnes, 330, 333, 419; manor, 16; pop., 339; sheep-farming, 21, 25; tax., 301, 310, 314

Alton Priors, see Overton

Altus Engineering Ltd., 190

Alvediston, 58, 327, 335, 337, 458, 460; incl., 47–50; Manwood, 458, 460; Norrington, 460; pop., 339; sheep-farming, 21–28; tax., 298, 307

Alvric the huntsman, 392, 420, 438

Alwyn, John, 307 n, 311 n

America, see United States

America, South, imports from, 236, 238; mkt. for machinery, 189

American War of Independence, 162

Amesbury, Mic. of, abbot of Glastonbury, 10

Amesbury, 16, 85, 243, 326, 331, 377, 424; clay pipe ind., 240, 242–4; coursing club, 383; cricket, 378; estate at, 42; fairs, 243; fishing, 366–7; flax factory, 86; forest court at, 426; George Hotel, 383; gloving ind., 237; labour services, 32; Little Amesbury, 339; manor, 392; manorial officers, 33; mkts., 243; meadow, 17 n; pop., 320, 323, 326, 339; rly., 290–1; Ratfyn, 296–7, 306, 314; roads to, 242, 254, 256, and see Amesbury Roads turnpike; Kennett and Amesbury turnpike; St. John's fair, 243; sheep-farming, 21–23, 27; Stonehenge Inn, 266; Swan Inn, 243; tallage, 34; tanning, 235; tax., 297, 303, 306; tobacco ind., 240; wage labour, 33, 38; warren, 18

Amesbury abbey (later priory) estates, 16, 28, 37, 425; prioress, 409

'Amesbury Heaver', the, 85

Amesbury hund., 297, 306, 326, 339, 424, 432

Amesbury Roads turnpike, 262, 270

Amesbury R.D., 331, 339

Amesbury Union, 99; workho., 318, 320

Amiens, Peace of, 168

Ampney, Down (Glos.), 229 n; Down Ampney Ho., 375, 382

Amsterdam (Netherlands), 156

Andover, vct., see Howard, Thos.

Andover (Hants), 198, 245, 290; Andover brails, see Chute Forest in Hants; canals, 278–9; forest courts at, 394–5, 426; kennels, 369; rly., 278, 284, 286, 289; roads to, 256, 262, 265

Andover and Devizes turnpike, 260–1, 270

Andover brails, see Chute Forest in Hants

Andover Canal, 278–9

Andover hund., 424

Andover R.D., 331, 335–6

Andoversford, see Dowdeswell

Andrew, Rob., 435

Andrews, W., 194

Andrews elevator, 194

Anglesey, earl of, see Villiers

Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co., see Nestlé Co. Ltd.

Ansgerus, priest of Ebbesborne Wake, 432

Anson & Hopgood Ltd., 205

Anstie, Benjamin, 241; Benjamin Webb, 240–1; Edw. Benjamin, 241; Edw. Louis, 241; Geo. Edmond, 241; John, clothier, 161–2, 164, 168, 176 n; John, snuff-maker (d. 1779), 240–1; John, snuffmaker (d. 1830), 241; Paul, 241; Peter, the younger, 187; Ric., 240; Wm. Hen., 241; fam., 241

Anstie, E. & W., 240–2

Ansty, 328, 335, 337; emigration from, 322; estate at, 393 n; pop., 340; sheep-farming, 21; tax., 296, 299, 308; Whitesheet Hill, see Donhead

Ansty, in Knook, see Knook

Antrobus, Sir Edw., 383

Antwerp (Belgium), 148, 151

Aplin & Barrett Ltd., 224, 229

Apperley, Chas. Jas. ('Nimrod'), 370

Appleshaw (Hants), 377

Arabia, imports from, 238

Arch, Jos., 93

Archard, Nic., 152

Archibald, Wm., 435

Arfos, John, 440

Armstrong, Jos., 198, 213, 215

army (War Department, War Office), 5, 109, 185, 222, 242, 249, 266, 290–2, 322, 363, 367, 370, 376; barracks and camps, 266, 291–2, 320–1, 325–6; garrison at Tidworth, 226; militia, 318, 390; Royal Army Ordnance Corps, 206; Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry, 380–1; Southern Command, 6, 206–7, 292; Wiltshire Militia, 390; 1st Armoured Div., 206; 60th (London) Div., 292; and see Royal Artillery; Royal Flying Corps

Arnold, Messrs., of Cambridge, 225

Arnot, David, 387

Arns, Jos., 244

Arthur, vct. Lisle (d. 1542), 442

Arundel, Sir Mat., 379

Arundel, earls of, see Fitz Alan

Arundell, Hen., lord Arundell of Wardour (d. 1694), 460; Hen., lord Arundell of Wardour (d. 1808), 460; Thos., lord Arundell of Wardour (d. 1639), 460; Thos., lord Arundell of Wardour (d. 1712), 372; fam., 372

Aschrugges, see Ramsbury, Eastridge

Ash, Grace, m. Paul Methuen, 156; Jas., 153; John, 153, 155–6; Sam., 157; —, dau. of John, 156; fam., 153

Ash (or Nash), see Lacock

Ashdown (Berks.), 382

Ashley (Glos., formerly Wilts.), 11, 298, 314–15, 329, 337; pop., 340

Ashton, Cold (Glos.), Tog Hill, 258

Ashton Common, see Trowbridge

Ashton, East, see Ashton, Steeple

Ashton Gifford, see Codford

Ashton Keynes, 272, 328, 333, 363, 402; Cove, 405; gloving ind., 239; Leigh, 308, 333, 340, 352, 402, 405–7; manor, 405–6; pop., 340; rly., 283 n; tanning, 235; tax., 299, 308

Ashton, Little, see Ashton, Steeple

Ashton, Rood, see Ashton Steeple

Ashton, Steeple, 2, 330, 338, 399 n, 414–15, 416 n; ch., 136; drainage, 78; East Ashton, 415; emigration from, 320; estate at, 142; Gayford Mill, 136 n; incl., 68, 318; labour services, 37–38; Little Ashton (? i.e. Rood Ashton), 417; Littleton, 136, 302, 311, 340, 411; manor, 121 n; pop., 318–20, 340; Rood Ashton, 37, 369, 371, 376, 415, 417; sheep-farming, 136–7; tax, 302, 311; West Ashton, 136, 302, 311, 338, 340, 386, 415; woollen ind., 133, 136–7, 140, 143; and see Hinton, Great; Semington

Ashton, West, see Ashton, Steeple

Aspale, Rob. de, 434

assarts and purprestures, 8, 10–11, 402–33

Asserton, see Berwick St. James

'Assherugg', 301

Assheton-Smith, Thos., 369

Astley, Sir John Dugdale, 105

'Aston' ('Eston') (? Easton Piercy in Kington St. Michael), 301, 309

Aston Magna (Oxon.), 144 n

Athelam, see Adlam

Atholl, duke of, see Murray

Atworth, in Bradford-on-Avon, 331– 2; Chalfield, Great and Little, 297, 306, 314, 327, 331–2, 343; Great Chalfield manor ho., 247; Cottles, 343; engineering ind., 202; gloving ind., 238; pop., 340–1; tax., 297, 306, 314

Aubeney, Philip de, 436

Aubrey, John, 44, 64, 146, 156–7, 160, 180, 237, 240, 242–3, 246–8, 250, 362, 365, 369, 379, 382–3, 388, 414; fam., of Chalke, 64

Auchinblae (Kincardine), 190

Audley, Hen., 430; Ric., 430–1

Audley, lord, see Tuchet

Aughton, see Collingbourne Kingston

Aust (Glos.), 259, 265, 285

Australia, cricket, 379; emigration to, 84; imports from, 176, 226; mkt. for bacon, 221; mkt. for rubber, 233; and see New South Wales

Autotrope Co., 205

Avebury, 84, 115, 330, 334; Beckhampton, 256, 264, 301, 310, 340, 376, 382; Beckhampton Down, 377; Beckhampton Ho., 382; Kennett, West, 264, 301, 310, 340; pop., 340; tax., 301, 310; and see Kennett and Amesbury turnpike; Beckhampton Roads turnpike

Avon, riv. (Bradford or Bristol Avon), 18, 119, 136, 141, 230, 232, 272–6, 362–3, 407, 410, 412, 415; Sherston branch, 205; valley, 79, 122, 133, 166, 277

Avon, riv. (Christchurch, Hampshire, or Salisbury Avon), 119, 242, 272, 362–8, 374, 425, 428, 459–60; valley, 9, 14, 61, 254, 262, 284

Avon and Dorset River Board, 362, 364–5, 367

Avon (North), in Christian Malford, see Christian Malford

Avon (South), in Stratford-subCastle, see Stratford

Avon India Rubber Co., 229–33

Avon-Vale Bacon Co., 223

Avon Vale hunt, 369, 371–2, 374–6

Avoncliff, see Westwood

Awdrey, C. S., 379; H., 378; John, 381; R. W., 379

Axford, see Ramsbury

Axminster (Dors.), carpet ind., 182

'Axminster' carpets, 182

Ayland, T., & Cook, 196

Aylesbury (Bucks.), 274

Aylesbury Dairy Co., 100

Ayrshire cattle, 79, 102

Ayrshire cheese, 101

B

B., G. (perhaps Gabriel Bailey), 243

Bacon, Sir Francis, 413; Hen., 245

Badbury, in Chisledon, demesne leased, 7; labour services, 12, 30, 32; manorial officers, 34; pop., 344; sheep-farming, 21, 23; tax., 302, 311; tenants, 10

Badminton (Glos.), 369–72; rly., 289

'Badminton Sweep', see Vizard

Bagshot, see Shalbourne

Bagshot and Basingstoke, &c., turnpike, 271

Bailey (Bailly, Bayley, Bayllie, Bayly), Chris., 143; Gabriel, 243–4; Geo. J., 199; John, 137–8; Thos. ('Old Bayllie') (d. 1543), 139, 141–3, 146, his w. and daughters, 142; Thos., of Baldenham's, 143; Wm. (fl. 14th cent.), 128; Wm., s. of Thos. ('Old Bayllie'), and his s. Wm., 143; Wm., of Baldenham's (fl. 16th cent.), and his s. Wm., 143; Wm. (fl. 1922), 236; —, of Calstone, 172 n; fam., of Devizes, 143

Bailey, Albert, & Sons, 186

Bakeswell, Wm., 255

Baldenham, Mary, 121

Ballard's Ash, see Wootton Bassett

Baltic Sea, 137, 151

Banbury (Oxon.), 166

Banbury & Cheltenham Direct Rly., 289

Bannockburn, battle of, 458

Bapton, see Fisherton de la Mere

Barber (Barbour), John, 252; Thos., 410

Barbury, see Wroughton

Barford, John, 181

Barford, in Downton, see Downton

Barford St. Martin, 15, 327, 336, 338, 431–3; emigration from, 322; Hurdcott, see Baverstock; incl., 90; manor, 432–3; pop., 322, 340; road to, 262; tax., 297, 307

Barker, Major and Mrs. E. P., 375

Barkesdale, Thos., 137

Barlow, see Wiggins, Teape, Carter & Barlow

Barndehethe, see Malmesbury

Barnstaple (Devon), road to, 256

Barre, Hildebrand, 442

Barrett, see Aplin & Barrett Ltd.

Barrow, Chas., 246; Ric., 246

Bartholomew, Major J. C., 376

Barton, A. S., 378; Hen., 20

Bartrop, W. L., 189

Basingstoke (Hants), 259, 265, 283–6, 288; and see Reading and Basingstoke turnpike

Bason Bridge (Som.), 226

Bassett, Alan, 404, 408; Gil. de, 436; Philip, the Justiciar, 404, 436

Bassingbourne, Alex. de, 438

Bath (or Whitaker), Rob. (d. 1558), 144–5; his sons Clement, John, and Wm., 144

Bath, marquess of, see Thynne, John Alex.; estates (Longleat estate), 61, 95–96, 103–5

Bath (Som.), 84, 139, 205, 245, 249, 256, 264, 272, 363, 370, 372, 375–6, 378; canals, 273–4, 276, 278; gloving ind., 239; Lansdown Club, 378; mkt. for paper, 244; mineral spring, 386, 388; the Parade, 272; rlys., 230, 276, 280, 282, 285; roads to, 230, 254–6, 259, 264–6, and see Bath road; Bath Roads turnpike; Cirencester to Bath turnpike; Roman buildings, 247; woollen ind., 130

Bath and Portland Stone Firms Ltd., 249 and n, 250

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Wells, Jocelin of

Bath and West of Eng. Soc., 70, 87, 101

Bath R.D. (Som.), 332

Bath road, new, 263–4, 271

Bath road, old, 256, 258, 260, 262, 267

Bath Roads turnpike, 256, 264, 267

Bath stone, 247–50, 282

Bath Stone Firms Ltd., 249

Bathampton (Bathton Wyly), see Langford, Steeple

Batheaston Bridge (Som.), 260

Bathton Wyly, see Langford, Steeple

Bathurst, Sir Fred., 378; Seymour Hen., earl Bathurst (d. 1943), 374

Bathurst, Earl Bathurst's hunt, see Vale of White Horse

Bathwick (Som.), 259

Batlescoumbe, Rob. de, 437

Battle abbey (Suss.), estates, 408

Batyn, John, 130

Baverstock, 327, 338, 431–2, 458; Hurdcott, 297, 307, 340, 431, 458; Hurdcott Ho., 320; pop., 323, 340; tax., 297, 307

Baycliff, see Horningsham

Baydon, 85, 87, 330, 334, 336, 418; pop., 340; tax., 301, 310

Bayeux, John de, 433

Bayley, see Bailey

Baylis, G., 109

Bayllie, Bayly, see Bailey

Baynard, Sir Hen., 413; Sir Rob. (fl. 1489), 410, 412; Rob. (fl. 1607), 413

Baynton, And., 144; Sir Edw. (fl. 1534), 61, 409, 437, 442; Sir Edw. (fl. 1654), 154, 380; Sir Hen., 401, 437; fam., of Bromham, 61

Baynton, see Edington

Bays, see Edwards & Bays

Beach, see Hicks Beach

Beaches, see Wokingham

Beacon Hill, see Heddington

Beanacre, see Melksham

Beast, Edw., 244

Beauchamp, Giles de, 441–2; Ric., bp. of Salisbury, 437; Ric., lord St. Amand (d. 1508), 437, 442; Roger de, 437; Thos. (fl. 1416), 435; Thos. (fl. 1461), 421, 439; Wal., 421, 435, 439; Wm. de (fl. 1308), 441; Wm., lord St. Amand (d. 1491), 442

Beaufort, John, earl of Somerset (later marquess of Dorset) (d. 1410), 442

Beaufort, dukes of, 369–70, and see Somerset

Beaufort hunt, 369–72, 375–6

Beavan, Jas., 235; Thos., and his s. Thos., 235; and see Bevan

Beavan, J. & T., Ltd., 234–8

Beaven, May, 100

Bec abbey (Eure, France), estates, 417, 424

Beche, Edmund de la, 440

Becker, Sir Wm., 379

Beckhampton, see Avebury

Beckhampton Roads turnpike, 268

Beckington (Som.), 133, 135, 138–9, 153; and see Seend to Trowbridge and Beckington turnpike

Bedborough, see Cannings, Bishop's

Bedminster, see Bristol

Bedwyn Brails, see Savernake Forest

Bedwyn, East, see Bedwyn, Little

Bedwyn, Great (West Bedwyn), 117, 120, 329, 334, 336, 417–18; Bewley, 419; canal, 273–4; cricket, 378; Crofton, 13 n, 300, 309, 340, 418, 423 n; 'Ford', 296, 300; Grafton, East and West, 37, 289–90, 300, 309, 334, 336, 340, 349, 422; Harding, East and West, 300, 392, 419–20, 422; manor, 392; Marten, 300, 309, 340, 418; pop., 319, 340; rly., 287, 290, and see Bedwyn, Great, Wolfhall Junction; road to, 255; Stokke, 296, 300, 419; tanning, 234; tax., 296, 305, 309; Wilton, 300, 309, 340, 419; Wexcombe, 300, 309, 340, 426; Wolfhall, 300, 309, 340, 418; Wolfhall Junction, 289–90, 292; woollen ind., 118–19, 122, 124, 126, 128

Bedwyn, Little (East Bedwyn), 329, 334, 336, 400, 418, 423–4; canal, 274; Chisbury, 55, 300, 309, 314, 418–19, 423–4; 426; Henset, 300, 309; pop., 340; Puthall, 300, 418; tax., 300 and n, 309

Bedwyn, West, see Bedwyn, Great

Beechingstoke, 330, 333; pop., 340; tax., 301, 310

Beer, I., & Sons Ltd., 223

'Bekenton' cloth, see Beckington

Belgium, immigrant from, 181; and see Flanders

Bell, Isaac, 373

Belvoir hunt, 370–1

Bemerton, 338, 365, 368, 430; ch., 245; Churchfields, 201; cricket, 378; engineering ind., 201; fishing, 368; Lower Rd., 201; manor, 322; meadow, 17 n; mills, 245; paper ind., 245; pop., 325–6, 340, 348; Quidhampton, see Fugglestone; tax., 297, 306; and see Fugglestone

Bennet (Benet), John, 140; Mr., of Pythouse, 460

Bentham, see Purton

Bentley Wood, Bentleysworth, see Dean, West

Bereford, Baldwin de, 442

'Bereholt', 395

'Berghfeld' ('Borghfeld'), in or near Chute, 297, 306

Berkeley (Glos.), Berkeley Pill, 280

Berkeley (Som.), 416

Berkeley hunt, 372

Berkshire, countess of, earl of, see Howard, Marguerite, Thos.; Suffolk and Berkshire

Berkshire, 1, 92, 108–9, 238, 275, 280; boundaries, 315; ch. bells, 252; county council, 278; forests, 418

Berks. & Hants Extension Rly., 286–7, 289–90

Berks. & Hants Rly., 283–6, 323

Berkshire hunt, Old, 369, 371–2, 375

Berkshire pigs, Large White, 102; spotted, 80

'Berlegh', 300

Bernard, Thos. s. of, 433

Berryman, Ant., 245; John, 245

Bertie, Jas., earl of Abingdon (d. 1699), 382

Berwick, Gil. of, 435, 437; John of, 399

Berwick Bassett, 12 n, 327, 334; pop., 340; tax., 298, 307

Berwick St. James, 12 n, 327, 336, 338, 432; 'akerland', 29; Asserton, 299, 308; demesne leased, 36; fieldcourse rotation, 14; manor, 423; pop., 70, 340; rector, 27; sheepfarming, 27; tax., 299, 308; tenant holdings, 29 and n; wage labour, 38

Berwick St. John, 327, 335, 337, 373, 458, 460; Bridmore, 28, 298, 307, 459; manor, 458, 460; pop., 323, 341; Rotherley Down, 117 n; Rushmore, 458, 460; tax., 298, 307

Berwick St. Leonard, 328, 335, 337; pop., 323, 341; tax., 299

Bessemer's steel, 213

Beutell, A. W., 204

Bevan, Thos., 246; and see Beavan; Beaven correction

Beverley (Yorks. E.R.), 117–18

Beversbrook, see Hilmarton

Bewley, see Bedwyn, Great

Bibury club, 380

Bicester (Oxon.), 284

Bicester hunt, 370

Bidcombe, see Deverill, Longbridge

Biddesden, see Chute

Biddestone St. Nicholas and St. Peter, 327, 332, 408; mineral spring, 386; paper ind., 244, 246; pop., 69, 341; tax., 298, 307; Weavern (Veverne) mill, 244, 246 and n

Biel (Switzerland), 241

Biggs, Harry, 382–3

Bigot, fam., 247

Bilkemore, Anstice, see Harding; Sir Rob., 422

Bilston (Staffs.), 231

Bincknoll, see Hinton, Broad

Birmingham, 205, 229, 284; and see Handsworth; Saltley

Birmingham & Gloucester Rly., 284

Biset, John, 418 n, 433

Bishop, Mr. (fl. 1639), 55

Bishop's Cannings, see Cannings

Bishop's Waltham, see 'Waltham'

Bishopstoke (Hants), 283, 285–6

Bishopstoke & Salisbury Rly., 279, 283

Bishopstone (North) (Ramsbury hund.), 330, 334; pop., 341; tax., 299, 301, 310

Bishopstone (South) (Downton hund.), 8–9, 17, 328, 336, 338, 432; coursing, 382; Croucheston, 299, 308; dairy-farming, 111; Faulston, 299, 308, 459; Flamston, 49, 57–58, 299, 308; farm servants, 33; fieldcourse rotation, 15; fishing, 369; incl., 48; labour services, 30–31; manor, 459; Netton, 299, 308; pop., 319, 341; scotales, 35; sheepfarming, 19–21, 23–26; tax., 299, 308; tenures, 41, 59; Throope, 299, 308; wages, 40

Bishopstrow, 13 n, 330, 337–8, 365, 415; dairy-farming, 21; labour services, 8; manor, 144; mills, 144; pop., 341; tax., 302, 311; woollen ind., 144

Biss, riv. 363, 416

Bitterlegh, John, 127

Bitterne (Hants), 19–20

Black Death, 2, 39, 295

Black Dog Roads turnpike, 259, 265, 268

Black Dog Woods, see Chapmanslade

Blackbourn, T., 253

Blackburn, C. H., & Co. Ltd., 205–6

Blackface sheep, 109

Blackgrove hund., 297, 305–6

Blackland, see Calne

Blackmore, see Stevens, Blackmore & Sons

Blackmore, see Melksham

'Blackmore Forest', see Melksham Forest

Blackmore Forest (Dors.), 407 n

Blackmore Vale, 391

Blackmore Vale hunt, 372–3

Blackwell, J., 198; T., 198

Blackwell Hall, see London

Blagdon (Dors.), 459

Blagrove, H. H. G., 382

Blain, Sir Herbert E., 233 n

Blakiston, Sir Arthur, 376

Blanchot, F. O., 225

Blandford (Dors.), 255, 259, 372

Blois, Hen. of, abbot of Glastonbury, 7

Blount, Edw., 440

Blue Vein, see Box; Lacock or Blue Vein turnpike

Blue Vinny cheese, 101

Bluet, John, 412, 435, 437; Wm., 408

Blunsdon, Broad, in Highworth, 350;

Burytown (Bury Blunsdon), 300, 309, 350; pop., 322, 324; tax., 296, 300, 309

Blunsdon Gay, see Blunsdon St. Andrew

Blunsdon St. Andrew, 85, 328, 334; Blunsdon Gay, 296, 300, 309, 312; Groundwell, 300, 309, 312; pop., 323, 341; rly., 293; tax., 296, 300, 309

Bodenham, see Nunton and Bodenham

Bodinnar, Sir John, 221

Bohun, Humphrey, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1298), 408

Bois, Arnold de, 439

Bolitho, see Saunders and Bolitho

Bond (Bonde), Thos. le, 42; W. H., 195

Bondon cheese, 225–6

Bonyng, Ralph, 400

Boorn, Moses, 85

Boreham, see Warminster

'Boreton', 307

'Borghfeld', see 'Berghfeld'

Boroughbridge, battle of, 400

'Boryton', see Warminster, Boreham

Boscombe, 326, 331; by-pass, 266; pop., 341; tax., 297, 306, 314; tenants' disaffection, 39

Boston (Lincs.), 2

Bottlesford, see Wilsford (North)

Boulter, Nathaniel, 253

Boulton, Mat., 187; R. E., 238; V. C., 238; Wm., 238; W. H., 238

Boulton & Watt, 170, 186–7, 241

Boulton Bros. Ltd., 238–9

Boulton Bros. (Glovers) Ltd., 238

Boulton Bros. (Leighbridge) Ltd., 238

Boulton, V. C., Ltd., 238

Bourne, riv., 369, 427–8

Bournemouth (Hants), 239, 266

Bourton (Berks.), 85

Bourton (Dors.), 335

Bourton, in Bishop's Cannings, see Cannings

Bourton, in Maddington, see Maddington

Bovcliff, Wm. of, 421–2

Bovcliff, see Wootton Rivers

Bowden, Ralph of, 411

Bowden, see Lacock

Bower Chalke, see Chalke

Bowerhill, see Melksham

Bowle, Stephen, 145

Bowles, Levi, 249

Bowood, 83, 327, 332, 375–6, 411; Bowood Park, 410, 413–14; Bowood Lake, 414 n; Pewsham and Bowood Forest, see Chippenham Forest; pop., 341, 343; rly., 287

Bowyer, Abraham, 222; Elijah, 222; Hen., 139

Bowyer, Philpott & Payne Ltd., 222

Bowyers (Wiltshire Bacon) Ltd., 222

Box, Wm., 195, 197

Box, 106, 327, 332; Baynton quarry, 248; Blue Vein, 258; Box Hill, 247–9; Box tunnel, 248, 250, 280, 282; Chapel Ground, 249; Chapel Plaster, 258–60; estate at, 141; fishing, 363; 'Fogham', 247; Hazelbury manor, 247; Hazelbury quarries, 247–8; Henley, 247; manor, 247; Middlehill, 386, 388; mineral spring, 386–8; nonconformity, 249; pop., 323, 341; quarries, 247–50, 318, 323; rly., 280, 282, 291–2; roads to, 258–60; Roman villa, 247; rubber ind., 230; Rudloe, 247; Spring quarry, 249; tax., 298, 307; vicar, 249; Wadswick, 258

Box brook, see By brook

Box Hill (Box Ground) stone, 247

Box Rubber Mills Co., 230

Box valley, 121

Boyne, Wm., 240

Boyton, 328, 337–8; Corton, East and West, 69, 122, 299, 308, 341; mills, 158; pop., 69, 318, 323, 341; tax., 299, 308; woollen ind., 122, 129, 158

Bradenham Ham Co., 223

Bradenstoke priory, in Lyneham, estates, 37, 247

Bradfield, see Hullavington

Bradford, Jas. of, see Terumber

Bradford, see Bradford-on-Avon

Bradford and Melksham R.D., 331–2, 335, 342

Bradford, Great, see Bradford-onAvon

Bradford hund., 122, 135, 297, 306, 327, 341.

Bradford Junction, 284, 288

Bradford Union, workho., 320–1

Bradford-on-Avon (Bradford, Great Bradford), 2, 4, 65, 135, 280, 327, 376, 415; Abbey mill, 231; almshouse, 136, 144; Audley mill, 158; Bradford foundry, 186; bridge, 186; canal, 273–4; ch., 141–2, 247; chantry, 134, 142; Church St. mill, 231; cotton ind., 180; emigration from, 320, 322–3; engineering ind., 186, 188, 190, 203–4; estate at, 141; gloving ind., 237; freemasonry, 389; Greenland mill, 204, 230, 231 n; Kingston Farm, 282; Kingston Ho., 230; Kingston mill, 229–32; Lamb factory, 231; Leigh, 306; Middle mill, 230; mills, 158, 171, 204, 229–32, 241; Murhill Down, 249; Paddock factory, 231; pop., 318– 20, 322, 331, 341; quarries, 248–9; rly., 230, 282–5; riots, 164–5, 168; roads to, 256, and see Bath road, new; Bradford-on-Avon Roads turnpike; rubber ind., 186, 229–33; St. Laurence's ch., 247; sch., 142; streets, 259 n; tanning, 234; tax., 297, 306; tobacco ind., 240–1; Trowbridge Rd., 186, 190; woollen ind., 63, 122, 133–8, 141–2, 150, 155–8, 163 n, 164–5, 166 n, 167–8, 170–1, 173 n, 174–5, 186, 230, 241, 323; and see Atworth; Holt; Stoke, Limpley; Trowle; Winsley; Wraxall, South

Bradford-on-Avon R.D., 331–2, 341

Bradford-on-Avon registration district, 249

Bradford-on-Avon Roads turnpike, 259, 263–4, 268

Bradley, Maiden, 20, 263, 315, 329, 335, 414–15; bacon-curing, 223; Bradley wood, 10; pop., 322, 342; priory, 10, 433; road to, 256; sheep-farming, 20; silk ind., 176; tax., 301, 310; and see Yarnfield manor

Bradley, North, 330, 338, 415; Cutteridge, 415; Honeybridge, 415; mills, 158; pop., 323, 325, 342; tax., 302, 311; woollen ind., 158; and see Southwick

Bradwell, Thos., 442

Bramshaw (Hants, formerly partly Wilts.), 298, 308, 314–15, 327, 335, 342, 429

Branch and Dole hund., 327, 342

Branch hund., 297, 306–7

Brandon, G. J., 241

Braose, Thos. de, 394, 434

Bratton, in Westbury, 14, 338, 415; castle, 377; ch., 193; Deanly (Daneslye), 193; engineering ind., 84, 193–4; Flower's Barn, 193; Hart's tenement, 193; marlpits, 18; Melbourne, 296, 302, 311, 415; mills, 121, 174 n; pop., 342, 360; rly., 293; Reeves's Farm, 193; Stoke, 296, 302; tax., 302, 311; woollen ind., 121, 174 n

Braydon, see Purton

Braydon Forest, 49, 391, 401–7; bounds, 399, 402, 404, 406, 444; courts, 397, 402–3, 405; lodges, 397, 404, 406–7; parks, 404–5; pleas, 395; regards, 395, 405; walks, 404; wardens, 394, 397–8, 403–4, 434–6; other officers, 397, 403–4, 434–6; woods, &c., 402–3, 406

Brede, Kath., 139

Bremeridge, see Dilton

Bremhill, 52, 327, 332, 408, 413; Avon, see Christian Malford; Foxham, 11, 282, 307; Hazeland, 411; pop., 319, 342; rly., 282, 291; tax., 298, 303, 307; Wick Hill, 256; woollen ind., 158; and see Stanley

Bremilham, 329, 334; pop., 342

Breton, Wm. le, 433

Brevis, Jas., 248

Brewer, A., 196; Wm. (fl. 13th cent.), 399, 436; Wm. (fl. 17th cent.), 156–7; Mr. (fl. 1836), 282; fam., 153, 156 n

Briccher, John, 307 n

Bricker's Barn Road turnpike, 260, 269

Brictric, lord of Cranborne Chase, 458

Bridge (Brigge, Brugge), Peter de, 440; Wm. at, 121

Bridges, Sir Giles, 406; and see Brydges

Bridgman, Francis, 414; Sir John (fl. 1627), 406; John (fl. 1661), and his w. Mary, 414; Sir Orlando, Lord Chief Justice, 414; his s. Orlando, 414

Bridgwater (Som.), 167, 226

Bridgwater Creameries, 226

Bridmore, see Berwick St. John

Bridport (Dors.), 134, 138

Brierly, S. J. (Wilts.), Ltd., 190

Brigge, see Bridge

Brighton (Suss.), 285, 292

Brigmerston, see Milston and Brigmerston

Brimslade, see Savernake

Brindley, Jas., 278 n

Brinkworth, 88, 329, 334, 374, 402–5; Grittenham, 301, 309, 342, 406; manor, 404; pop., 319, 323, 342; rly., 282; tax., 301, 309

Brinkworth brook, 363

Bristol, 2, 89, 167, 238, 240, 259, 273–6, 278–9; bacon-curing, 223; Bedminster, 84; bell-founding, 253; burgesses, 255; canal, 230; Chamber of Commerce, 280; clay pipe ind., 244; corporation, 280; cotton ind., 179; docks, 242, and see Bristol Dock Co.; fair, 164; goldsmith of, 255; G.W.R. works and office, 5, 292, 325; goods from, 138, 231; mkts., 2, 17, 45; mkt. for bacon, 222; mkt. for iron ore, 251; mkt. for machinery, 192; mkt. for paper, 244, 246; mkt. for woollens, 133–4, 137, 162, 164; mayor, 136 n; merchants, 277; Merchant Venturers, 280; migration of ind. from, 203; rlys., 207, 209, 230, 276, 280, 282, 285, 289, 325; Redcliffe, 136; Redcliffe St., 240; roads to, 220, 255–6, 258, 260, 264–5, 417, and see Bristol road; sheriff, 136 n; St. Monica's home, 187; tobacco ind., 240; woollen ind., 136, 139; workho., 179

Bristol & Dover Direct Junction Rly., 285

Bristol & Gloucestershire Rly., 280

Bristol & London Rly., 280

Bristol & South Wales Direct Rly., 288

Bristol & South Wales Union Rly., 289

Bristol Dock Co., 280

Bristol, London & Southern Counties Rly., 289 n

Bristol Wagon Co., 232

Bristol road, old, 258

Britford, 327, 331, 336–7, 367; Harnham, East, 319, 336, 342, 349, 356; Longford, 298, 307, 342; manor, 428; pop., 319–20, 342; tax., 298, 307

British Railways, Western Region, 218; and see Great Western Railway; Swindon, G.W.R. works

British Transport Commission, 277, 287, 290, 293

Britton, John, 72, 158–9, 387–8

Brixton Deverill, see Deverill

Broad Chalke, see Chalke

Broad Town, in Clyffe Pypard and Broad Hinton, 333; pop., 342; tax., 300, 309; Thornhill, 300, 309

Brocklesby hunt, 370

Brodribb, Isaac, 245

Brokenborough, in Malmesbury, 88, 329, 334, 397, 402–3, 405; pop., 319–20, 323, 342, 352; tax., 298, 309

Bromham, 9 n, 61, 154, 250, 330, 333, 380, 407; emigration from, 322; farm servants, 32; labour services, 12, 13, n, 31; manor, 392, 413; Netherstreet, 163; pop., 323, 342; rly., 291; tax., 297, 298 n, 305 n, 306, 312; tobacco ind., 240; woollen ind., 152, 322

Brook (Hants), 263

Brook, in Westbury, see Westbury

Brooks, Ric., 167 n

Broom, see Swindon

Broseley (Staffs.), 243

Brotherhood, Rowland, 189, 198–200, 210, 213, 219

Broughton (Hants), 430

Broughton Gifford, 135, 327, 331–2; churchscot, 35; labour services, 30, 31, 35; mineral spring, 386; pop., 342; plague at, 39; rly., 291, 293; tax., 297, 306; woollen ind., 140, 174

Brown, Ebenezer, 186; Geo., 86–87; Jas. ('Baccy'), 242; Sir Roger, 176; Wm., 197–8, and see Brown & May; fam., 86–87

Brown & Knight Ltd., 223

Brown & May, 87, 185, 193, 195, 197–8, 219

Browne & Margetson, 232–3

Bruce, lord Ernest, 289; and see Brudenell-Bruce

Brudenell, Jas., 381

Brudenell-Bruce, Chas., Lord Bruce, later marquess of Ailesbury (d. 1856), 89, 381; his w. Maria Eliz., 381; Geo. Wm. Fred., marquess of Ailesbury (d. 1878), 96, 286–7; Geo. Wm. Jas. Chandos, marquess of Ailesbury (b. 1873), 398 n; Geo. Wm. Thos., marquess of Ailesbury (d. 1894), 104; Hen. Augustus, marquess of Ailesbury (d. 1911), 104, 366; Thomas Bruce, lord Bruce (later earl of Ailesbury) (d. 1814), 381

Brugge, see Bridge

Brunel, Isambard Kingdom, 198, 208–10, 250, 280, 282, 288

Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Caroline of, see Caroline

Brunton, see Collingbourne Kingston

'Brussels' carpet, 181

Bruton (Som.), 176, 263, 395, 416

Bruton Roads turnpike, 263, 271

Bryant, Jas., 246

Brydges, Edmund, lord Chandos (d. 1573), 435; Wm., lord Chandos (d. 1602), 435; and see Bridges

Buckholt Forest (Hants), 394, 427, 429–30

Buckhurst, see Wokingham

Buckingham, Alex. of, 410, 412

Buckingham, earl of, see Hobart

Buckinghamshire, 253, 280; cricket, 379

Buckland, John, 244; W., 198

Buckshill, Adam de, 442

Budd, E. H., 378

Buddlesmere, Marg. of, 415

Bugley, see Warminster

Bulbridge, see Wilton

Bulford, 206, 326, 331; army camp, 266, 291, 325; cricket, 378; fields, 51; mill, 245–6; paper ind., 245–6; pop., 323, 325, 342; rly., 290–1; tax., 297, 306

Bulkington, in Keevil, 318, 329, 338; ch., 137; pop., 319, 342, 350; road to, 361; tax., 300, 310; woollen ind., 122, 318

Bulstrode, Wm., 435

Bun, Hen. de, 429, 441

Bupton, see Clyffe Pypard

Burbage, 329, 335, 418–20; Burbage Heath, 424; canal, 89, 273–4; Durley, 300, 419–20; East Sands field, 52; estate at, 392; labour services, 37; pop., 323, 342; road to, 254; tax., 300, 309

Burcombe, North and South, 96 n, 327, 337–8, 431; fields, 53; pop., 323, 342, 361; tax., 297, 306–7, 312, 314; Ugford, see Newton, South

Burden, Albert Thos., 201; Wm., 201; and see Dean & Burden

Burdens Ball, see Newton, South

Burderop, see Chisledon

Burford, John, 20

Burford (Oxon.), 263

Burford to Lechlade, &c., turnpike, 263, 271

Burge, Geo., 282

Burgh, Eliz. de, see Clare; Isabel de, see Isabel; John de, earl of Ulster (d. 1313), 458; Hubert de, earl of Kent (d. 1243), 458; Philippa de, m. Edmund Mortimer, earl of March, 458

Burgoyne, Major G. A., 376

Burke, Jas. Baird, 287

burnbaking, 55, 76

Burntheath, see Malmesbury

Burrough, Jas., 253

Burton, Jas., 387; Dr. Simon, 387

Burton, see Nettleton

Burton Hill, see Malmesbury

'Buryton', see Warminster, Boreham

Burytown, see Blunsdon, Broad

Bushton, see Clyffe Pypard

Butler, G. S., 379; Jas., earl of Wilts. (d. 1461), 435, 442; John, 246; Sir Reginald, 225–6

Butt-Miller, T., 374

Buttermere, 329, 334, 336; pop., 342; tax., 300, 309, 312

By brook (Box brook), 132, 244, 246, 363; and see Box valley

Bycombe, see Pewsham

Byfield, see Holman, Byfield & Co. Ltd.

Byng, —, portrait-painter, 460

'Bynington' (? Dinton), mill, 458

Bysshupeston, see Clyffe Pypard

Bythesea, fam., 164 n

C

Cacherell, John, 121

Cadenham (Hants), 428

Cadley, see Savernake

Cadworth hund., 295, 297, 307; and see Cawdon and Cadworth hund.

Caen Hill, see Rowde

Caird, Jas., 68, 81, 85, 197

Calcutt, see Cricklade

Calley, Major-Gen. T. C. P., 390; Wm., 381

Calne, 119, 160, 250, 255, 316, 327, 332, 375–6, 407–9; bacon-curing, 189, 220–3; Blackland, 298, 307, 314, 319–20, 322, 327, 332, 408, pop., 341, 343; bridges, 256, 258, 262; canal, 272–4; cricket, 377; dairy products, 225–6; Derry Hill, 258; Eastmanstreet, 298, 307; Eastmead Street, 343; emigration from, 320; engineering ind., 188–9, 206; estate at, 144; football, 384; forest courts at, 395; freemasonry, 389; Horsley Upright Gate, 256, 258, 262; lunatic asylum, 319; manor, 392; mills, 169 n, 172, 206; paper ind., 172 n; Patford, 262; pop., 319–20, 322–3, 326, 343; Quemerford, 149, 258, 298, 307, 343, 408; Quemerford Gate, 189; Quemerford mill, 172 n; rly., 220, 285, 287–8, 291; Red Hill, 262, 413; roads to, 255–6, 264–5, 407, and see Calne Roads turnpikes; Devizes Roads and Calne Roads turnpikes; Swindon, Calne and Cricklade turnpike; saw-mill, 206; silk ind., 177; Stellex Works, 206; Stock, Stock Street, 298, 307, 343; Stockley, 298, 307, 343, 408; streets, &c.: Church St. (Butcher's Row), 220–1; The Green, 188; High St., 220; Horsebrook, 188; Kingsbury Green, 262; London Road, 189; Rotten Row, 262; Studley, 258, 298, 307, 343, 408–10; Studley Bridge, 256; tax., 296, 298, 304–5, 307; tanning, 234; tobacco ind., 240; Town Bridge, 262; Wardley, 411–12; Whetham, 298, 307, 343, 408, 411–12; Whitley, 298, 307, 343, 408; woollen ind., 140, 149, 150 n, 152, 154, 169 n, 172, 187; workho., 262, and see Calne Union; and see Bowood; Calstone

Calne and Chippenham R.D., 332, 343

Calne hund., 297 n, 298, 305, 307, 327, 343, 409

Calne R.D., 332, 343

Calne Rly., 287

Calne Roads turnpikes, 256, 267, 270–1

Calne Union, workho., 319–20

Calstone (Calstone Wellington), in Calne, 327, 332, 343, 408; labour services, 37; mills, 144, 172 n, 240–1, 246; paper ind., 245–6; pasture, 17; pop., 343; tax., 298, 307; tobacco ind., 240; woollen ind., 144

Cambridge, Mr., of Market Lavington, 85

Cambridge, earl of, see Edmund; Richard

Cambridge, mkt. for dairy products, 225

Campbell, Revd. G., 214

Campion, John, 134

Canada, emigration to, 84, 194; imports from, 101, 229; mkt. for leather, 236; mkt. for gloves, 238; mkt. for stone, 249

canals, 70, 81, 88, 170, 198, 202, 207, 230, 248, 251, 272–9, 285, 318

Cannings, All, 330, 333; Allington (North), 301, 310, 333, 339; Cross, 250; Etchilhampton, 301, 310, 323, 333, 339, 348; Etchilhampton Hill, 256; Fullaway, 339, 349; pop., 323, 339; tax., 301, 310

Cannings, Bishop's, 330, 333, 408; allotment gardens, 83; Bedborough, 298, 307; Bourton, 223, 298, 307, 343; ch. bells, 252; Coate, 298, 343; Easton, 298, 307, 343; Horton, 86, 298, 307, 343, 408; pop., 69, 322, 343; Shepherds' Shore, 256, 258, 262, 265, 364; silk ind., 176; Southbroom (Devizes St. James), 81, 319–20, 343, 346, 357; tax., 298, 307; vicar, 383; and see Chittoe; Roundway

Cannings hund., 298, 307; and see Potterne and Cannings hund.

Cannonhold, see Melksham

Cansepe, John, 311 n

Canterbury, archbp., see Abbot; Christ Church priory, 128 n

Cardiff (Glam.), 251, 265

Carey (Cary), John (I), 438; John (II), 416, 438; Thos. (I), 398, 416, 435, 438; Thos. (II), 438

Carmarthen, 265

Caroline of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, w. of George IV, 182

Carson, Hugh, 194; Wm. Hugh, 194

Carson & Miller, 194

Carson & Toone, 194

Carter, Thos., 184, 195; and see Wiggins, Teape, Carter & Barlow

Cartwright, Lt.-Col. H. A., 373

Cary, see Carey

Cary, Castle (Som.), 289

Case, Chas., 236; Geo., 236; Wal., 236

Case, J. H., Ltd., 222

Case & Sons Ltd., 235–6

Casterley camp, see Upavon

Castle Cary, see Cary

Castle Combe, see Combe

Castle Eaton, see Eaton

'Castlecombe' cloth, see Combe, Castle

Castlehaven, earls of, see Tuchet

Catcomb, see Hilmarton

Catherine (Parr), queen, w. of Hen. VIII, 403

cattle, breeds of, 79, 101–2; and see Ayrshire; Devonshire; Friesian; Gloucester; Hereford; Longhorn; Midland; Shorthorn; Staffordshire; Suffolk

Cawdon hund., 298, 307, 311 n, 459

Cawdon and Cadworth hund., 327, 343, 429, 458; and see Cadworth hund.

Caynes, Rob., 307 n

Cazenove, W. de P., 373

Cecil, Jas., earl of Salisbury (d. 1683), 458; Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1668), 458, 460; Capt. Lionel, 374

Central Wilts. Bacon Co. Ltd., 223

Cerne, Hen. de, 399, 433

Cetum, see Chute Forest

Ceylon, mkt. for rubber, 233

Chaddenwick, see Mere

Chafin, W., 460

Chalcot, see Dilton

Chalfield, see Atworth

Chalford (Glos.), 275

'Chalk and Cheese' countries, contrasted, 3, 43–47, 49–50, 54–60, 63–64, 68, 70, 92, 103, 109, 111, 114

Chalke, Bower and Broad, 57–58, 64, 90, 327, 337–8, 373, 379, 458–60; common fields, 51, 53, 460; dairyfarming, 111; incl., 47–50; Knighton, 38, 51, 298, 307; meadows, 57; pop., 343; quarry, 248; sheepfarming, 28; Stoke Farthing, 38, 50–53, 57–58, 298, 307; tax., 298, 307; Vernditch, 458–60

Chalke hund., 298, 307, 311 n, 327, 343, 458–60

Chalke valley, 460

Challow (Berks.), 282

Chambers's patent signal frame, 199

Chandler, Thos., 193 n

Chandler's liquid manure drill, 193 n, 194

Chandos, lord, see Brydges

Channel, English, the, 362

Chapel Ground, Chapel Plaster, see Box

Chapman, Ant., 460

Chapmans Ltd., 202

Chapmanslade, in Westbury, 338, 415–16; Black Dog Inn, 259; Black Dog Woods, 97; Huntenhull Green, 417; pop., 343; tax., 302, 311

Chard Junction (Som.), 227

Charles I, 49, 248, 294, 369, 394, 401, 414, 427, 431

Charles II, 156–8, 394, 401, 414, 427, 431

Charlton, Wal., 435

Charlton (North) (Malmesbury hund.), 9 n, 88, 329, 334, 402–3, 405; pop., 323, 343; tax., 298, 309

Charlton (South) (Swanborough hund.), 37, 330, 335; pop., 343; tax., 301, 310

Charlton, in Donhead St. Mary, see Donhead

Charlton, in Hungerford, see Hungerford

Charlton (All Saints), in Downton, 336; pop., 347, 357; sheep-farming, 26; tax., 299, 303, 308; tenants, 9

Charnham Street, see Hungerford

Chaworth, Patrick de, 423

Cheddar cheese, 100–1, 224, 226, 229

Chedglow, see Crudwell

Chedglow hund., 298, 305

cheeses, kinds of, 78–79, 100–1; and see Ayrshire; Blue Vinny; Bondon; Cheddar; Derbyshire; Dunlop; Gloucester; Leicestershire; 'Little Wilts.' (soft-curd); Wiltshire loaf

Chef du Pont, near Cherbourg (Manche, France), 226

Cheltenham (Glos.), rlys., 208, 214, 277–8, 282–90

Cheltenham & Gloucester Rly., 320

Cheltenham & Great Western Union Rly., 207–8, 277, 283

Cheltenham, Oxford & Brighton Junction Rly., 285

Chelworth, in Cricklade, see Cricklade

Chelworth, in Crudwell, see Crudwell

Cherbourg, see Chef du Pont

Cherburgh, Wigan of, 411

Cherhill, 12 n, 15, 327, 332, 408; bridge, 256; canal, 273; labour services, 37; manor, 411; Oldbury Castle, 115; pasture, 17; pop., 319–20, 323, 344; roads to, 256, 258, 265; tax., 298, 307

Chesham, Rob., 145

Cheshire, tax., 295

'Chettel Wood', 458–9

Cheverell, Great, 330, 333, 414; bellmaking, 253; emigration from, 320; labour services, 38; pop., 320, 344; tax., 301, 310; tenant holdings, 29 n

Cheverell, Little, 330, 333; dairy products, 225; emigration from, 320, 323; pop., 70, 320, 323, 344; tax., 301, 310

Cheviot sheep, 109

Cheyne, Roger, 426, 440

Cheyney, Hugh, 37

Chicklade, 328, 335, 337, 415; Great Ridge, 372; pop., 323, 344; tax., 299, 308, 314

Chidiok, John de, 441

Chilhampton, see Newton, South

Chilmark, 55, 328, 335, 337, 381; Air Ministry depot, 249; fields, 51; manor, 248; pop., 323, 344; park, 362; quarries, 247–9; Ridge, 344; tax., 299, 308

Chilton Foliat, 315, 329, 334, 336, 365–6; labour services, 37; mill, 119; pop., 344; tax., 300, 309; woollen ind., 119, 123, 140

China, mkt. for bacon, 221

Chippenham, 191, 316, 327, 332, 391, 408–9, 411–12; area around, 77, 246, 371, 375–6; Allington, 298, 307, 344, 408; bacon-curing, 221– 3; bailiff and burgesses, 258; canal, 272–4; charter, 256; cricket, 378; dairy-farming, 101; dairy products, 224–5, 227–8; dye-making, 79; emigration from, 321, 323; engineering ind., 183, 189, 193, 196–201, 210, 213, 222, 325; estate at, 141, 145; football, 385; forest courts at, 395; Fowlswick (Fouleswicke), 11; freemasonry, 389; gloving ind., 237; Hawthorn Ho., 200; hiring fair, 84; hosp., 200; iron-works, 323; Lowden, 408; M.P.s, 87, 159, 381, 390; manor, 392, 411; mkt. for cheese, 101, 224; mayors, 200; meadow, 145; merchants, 133; mills, 172 and n, 175, 227; mineral spring, 386; munitions ind., 200; navigation at, 272; Nethermore, 344, 408, 411–12; parliamentary election, 169; parson of, 255; Pew Hill Estate, 200; pop., 183, 319, 321–3, 344; racing, 381; rly., 198, 220, 276–7, 280, 282, 284–5, 287, 289, 291–2; rly. works, 198–201; roads to, 138, 255–6, 258, 411–12, and see Bricker's Barn Road turnpike; Chippenham Roads turnpike; Rowden, 18, 29 n, 37, 119, 296, 303, 412; Sheldon, 386, 408; silk ind., 177; streets, &c.: the Butts, 258; Chippenham Lane, 255; Cook St., 258; Foundry Lane, 200, 222; Hawthorn Road, 200; New Road, 189, 200; St. Mary's St., 258; St. Paul's Road, 189; the Shambles, 258; tanning, 234–5; tax., 296, 303, 305, 307, 312; technical sch., 200; Tytherton, 87, 344; Tytherton, East, 408; Tytherton Lucas, 298, 308, 408; Waterford mill, 172 n, 175; woollen ind., 140, 145, 154–5, 158–9, 162, 166–7, 169, 172 and n, 175, 187; and see 'Ende'

Chippenham and District Football League, 383

Chippenham Cheese Factory Ltd., 223

Chippenham Forest ('Pewsham Forest', 'Pewsham and Bowood Forest'), 49, 250, 391, 393, 397, 401, 407–14; bailiwicks, 410; bounds, 399, 407–9, 413, 446; courts, 397; pleas, 394–5; regards, 396, 411; wardens, 394–5, 398 n, 409–10, 436–7; other officers, 395, 408–10, 436–7; woods, &c., 408, 410–14

Chippenham hund., 39, 295–6, 298, 305, 307–8, 327, 344, 409

Chippenham Hundred Club, 87

Chippenham R.D., 332, 344; and see Calne and Chippenham R.D.

Chippenham registration district, 249

Chippenham Roads turnpike, 258–9, 264, 267

Chippenham Union, workho., 319, 321–2

Chirton, 15, 330, 333; Conock, 261, 301, 310, 344; pop., 319, 322, 344; rly., 289; tax., 301, 310

Chisbury, see Bedwyn, Little

Chiselbury camp, see Fovant

Chisenbury, see Enford

Chisledon, 329, 334; army camp, 291–2, 326; Burderop, 87, 263, 381; Burderop Down, 263; Burderop Farm, 381; Burderop Ho., 381; Hodson, 344; pop., 326, 344; rly., 291; tax., 302, 311; and see Badbury

Chitterne All Saints and St. Mary, 243, 252, 328, 337–8; pop., 344; tax., 299, 308

Chittoe, in Bishop's Cannings, 333, 408; Chittoe Heath, 262; pop., 343–4; Spye Park, 375–6, 408; tax., 298, 307

Chiver, fam., of Quemerford, 149

Cholderton (West Cholderton), 326, 331; advowson, 37; estates at, 37; pop., 323, 344; tax., 297, 306

cholera, 321

Choulston, see Figheldean

Christchurch (Hants), 367

Christian Malford, 10, 328, 332; Avon (North), 307, 327, 332, 340, 345; demesne leased, 7; labour services, 13, 16; mineral spring, 386; pop., 319, 344–5; rly., 282, 288, 291; roads to, 260, 263, and see Pucklechurch and Christian Malford turnpike; tax., 301; tenant holdings, 30; woollen ind., 122

Church Crookham, see Crookham

Churchward, G. J., 217–18

Chute, 329, 331, 335, 425; Biddesden, 297, 306, 424–5; Conholt, 300, 309, 397, 425; emigration from, 319; manor, 427; pop., 345; Shaw, 424– 5; Standen, South, 12 n, 17, 300, 424–5; tax., 300, 309; and see 'Berghfeld'

Chute Causeway, 254

Chute Forest in Hants, 394–5, 424–7; Andover brails, 424; bailiwicks, 426; Wakeswood, 401, 426–7

Chute Forest in Wilts. (Cetum, Ludgershall Forest), 391, 393, 401, 418, 424–7; bailiwicks, 425–6; bounds, 424–5, 452; courts, 426; pleas, 393–5; regards, 395, 426; wardens, 393, 398–9, 418, 424–6; other officers, 426; woods, &c., 425

Chute Forest par., 329, 331, 335, 345

Cirencester (Glos.), 130, 144, 160, 225, 404; abbey, 402, 405; canal, 275; corporation, 278; kennels, 374; rly., 277, 283–4, 289; roads to, 254–5, 265, and see Cirencester and Wootton Bassett turnpike; Cirencester Roads turnpike; Cirencester to Bath turnpike

Cirencester and Wootton Bassett turnpike, 263, 271

Cirencester Dairy Co., 225

Cirencester Roads turnpike, 267, 269–70

Cirencester R.D., 333

Cirencester to Bath turnpike, 268

Cistercian abbeys, 120; and see Stanley

Civil War (English), 4, 154–5, 244, 253

Clare, Eliz., m. John de Burgh, earl of Ulster, 458; Gil. de, earl of Hertford (d. 1230), 458; Gil. de, earl of Hertford (d. 1295), 458–9; Gil. de, earl of Hertford (d. 1314), 458; Ric. de, earl of Hertford (d. 1262), and his w. Amice, 458

Clarence, duke of, see Thomas

Clarendon Forest (Penchet Forest), 11, 391–3, 427–31; bounds, 401, 427–9, 454–5; courts, 396, 429; pleas, 394–5; 432; regards, 395, 428; wardens, 393–4, 396, 398, 427, 429–31, 441–2; other officers, 393–4, 398, 428–30, 442; woods, &c., 427–8; and see Clarendon Park; Melchet Park

Clarendon Palace, 429, 431; King's Wardrobe, 409; manor, 430, 441; road to, 255

Clarendon Park, 396, 398, 401, 427– 31; divisions, 429; lodges, 429; woods, &c., 429–31

Clarendon Park par., 326, 331, 336–7, 345, 429

Clark, Jos., 166; —, br. of Jos., 166; fam., 161, 163; and see Spear Bros. & Clark Ltd.

Clark, Messrs. J. & T., 169–70, 172–4, 186–7

Clatford, in Fyfield and Preshute, 364, 417–18; Clatford Park, 334; pop., 345, 355; tax., 301, 310

Cleford, see Clifford

Clench, see Milton Lilborne

Clevancy, see Hilmarton

Clevelod (Clyvelod), John, 134; Wm., 143

Cleverton, see Lea and Cleverton

Clifford (Cleford), Geo., earl of Cumberland (d. 1605), 379; John, 244; Roger de, 434

Clinton, John de, 402; Thos., earl of Lincoln (d. 1619), 147

Clissold, J., 197

Cloatley, see Hankerton

Closworth (Som.), 253

Clunes, see Mackenzie, Clunes & Holland

Clutton, John, 95

Clyffe Pypard, 329, 333; Bupton, 307 n; Bushton (West Bysshupeston), 311; mineral spring, 386; pop., 345; tax., 300, 309; Woodhill, 12 n, 300, 309; and see Broad Town

Clyvelod, see Clevelod

Coate, in Bishop's Cannings, see Cannings

Coate, in Liddington, see Liddington; Marlborough and Coate turnpike

Cobbett, Wm., 77, 81–82

'Cobley Walk', see Cranborne Chase

Cockayne project, 4, 151–3

Cocklebury, see Langley Burrell

Cocklemore brook (Pewe brook), 411

Codford St. Mary and Codford St. Peter, 328, 337–8, 376; Ashton Gifford, 14–15, 31, 34, 37, 299, 308, 345; Codford Down, 382; estate at, 393 n; fishing, 368; pop., 323, 345; rly., 291–2; tax., 299, 308; training stables, 323; woollen ind., 122, 323

Codford Camp Rly., 292

Codrington, Commander C. A., 375; John, 372; Wm., 372

Coggeswelle, — (fl. 1365), 19

Coker, see Terumber

Cole, E. K., Ltd., 204–5

Cole Park, see Malmesbury

Colerne, Wm. of, abbot of Malmesbury, 11–12

Colerne, 18, 20, 327, 332; Doncombe mill, 246; engineering ind., 202; mills, 244, 246; paper ind., 244, 246; pop., 319, 345; sheep-farming, 19, 135; tallage, 34; tax., 298, 307; Widdenham mill, 244, 246; woollen ind., 120, 158

Coles, Jas., 247; Wm. (fl. 18th cent.), 247; Wm. (fl. 19th cent.), 186

Coleshill (partly in Berks.), 315, 333, 345

Colle, Geo., 145

Collens, see Collins

Collett, C. E., 218

'Collingbourne', coursing, 383

Collingbourne Ducis, 15–16, 18, 123, 328, 335, 369, 424–5; demesne leased, 36 n; labour services, 38; manor, 392, 426; meadow, 17 n; park, 426; pop., 69, 345; road to, 262; sheep-farming, 21–22, 24, 27, 38; Southly Bridge, 262; tallage, 34; tax., 299, 308; tenant holdings, 29 and n; wage labour, 33

Collingbourne Kingston, 123, 329, 335, 419; Aughton, 345; Brunton, 345; Collingbourne Vallance, 309, 345; pop., 345; rly., 291; sheepfarming, 21; Sunton, 309, 345; tax., 300, 309

Collingbourne Sunton, see Collingbourne Kingston, Sunton

Collingbourne Vallance, see Collingbourne Kingston

Collingbourne Wood, 377

Collins (Collens), E. K., 376; Wm., 245

Colonia (Sarum) Ltd., 235–6

Colston, Col. C. E. H. A., lord Roundway, 197

Columbers, Avice de, see Croke; Mat. de, 399, 423, 426, 434, 440, 459; Mic. de, 425, 440

Colville, Capt. T. R., 375

Combe, Castle, 2, 9, 14, 40, 145, 327, 332; arable farming, 132; ch., 131; Colham Wood, 131; Crompes mill, 132 n; fishpond, 132; fisheries, 133; fishing, 363; gloving ind., 237; Grange mill, 132 n; labour services, 32, 38; manorial officers, 33, 132–3; mills, 40, 121, 132 n; Nethercombe, 132; Overcombe, 132; park, 18, 132–3; pop., 321, 323, 345; Rack Hill, 132; sheep-farming, 132; the Shrub, 132; tallage, 34; Tenterfield, 132; tax., 298, 307; Walkers mill, 132 n; woollen ind., 128–33, 139, 155

common fields, see fields

Common Hill, see Cricklade

common of pasture, see pasture

Compton, see Enford

Compton Bassett, 327, 332, 408, 413; engineering ind., 202; quarry, 248; pop., 319, 345; tax., 298, 307

Compton Chamberlayne, 9, 328, 337–8; pop., 345; tax., 299, 308

Conholt, see Chute

Conock, see Chirton

Consolidated Signal Co., 199–200

Cook, Adam, 441; and see Ayland, T., & Cook

Coombe, see Enford

Coombe Bissett, 327, 331, 336–7; bridge, 255; ch., 248; labour services, 12 n, 16, 37; manorial officers, 34; pop., 322, 345; sheep-farming, 21; tax., 298, 307

Coombe Down (Som.), 247, 249

Cooper, Ant. Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury (d. 1683), 458, 460; Ant. Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury (d. 1811), 460; John (fl. 1726), 165; John (fl. 1805–16), 170, 186

Cooper, E. & G., 186

Co-operative Wholesale Soc. Ltd., 229

Coopers of Staverton, 174

Coped Hill, see Wootton Bassett

Copener, Rob. le, 37

Cor, Rob., 253; Wm., 253

Cordingley, Isaac, 191

Coriat, H. C., 375

Cornwall, duchy of, estates, 376

Cornwall, 108; mkt. for stone, 249; road to, 255

Corsham, 238, 327, 332; Chippenham Road, 190; Corsham Down, 249; cricket, 378; Cross Keys Inn, 260; engineering ind., 190; football, 384; freemasonry, 389; Gastard, 258; Hartham, 298, 307; Hartham Park, 260; manor, 36, 248 n; Monks Park, 249; Neston, 258, and see Neston Glove Co. Ltd.; Pickwick, 258; pop., 319, 323, 345; quarries, 248–50, 323; rly., 280; roads to, 258, 260, and see Melksham to Corsham turnpike; Stokes Road, 190; tax., 298, 303, 307, 312; Thingley Junction, 277, 282–3, 288, 293; woollen ind., 155, 158

Corsley, 330, 337–8, 415; emigration from, 318, 322; incl., 68; pop., 318, 321–2, 345; riots, 168; tax., 302, 311; Whitbourne, 302, 311, 415, 417; woollen ind., 161, 163, 168, 172, 321

Corston, see Malmesbury

Corton, in Boyton, see Boyton

Corton, in Hilmarton, see Hilmarton

Cotes, Wm., 307 n

Cotswold hunt, 372

Cottell, J., 246; and see Cottle & Ward

Cottle & Ward, 246

Cottles, see Atworth

Coulston, East, 330, 338; pop., 345; tax., 302, 311

Coulston, West, see Edington

Couran, Ignatius, 181

Courtenay, Peter de, 442; Thos., earl of Devon (d. 1458), 442

Courtney, Sir Wm., 379

Cousin, Mr., of Marlborough, 381

Cove, see Ashton Keynes

Coventry, 2, 3 n, 121

Cowesfield, see Whiteparish

'Cowyk', see Downton

Cox, H. C., 371

Cranborne (Dors.), 459

Cranborne Chase, 115; 458–60; bounds, 458–9; court, 459–60; 'the Proprietors', 460; woods, 458–9; 'Cobley Walk', 460

Cranborne Chase and New Forest turnpike, 263, 271

Cranborne hunt, 373; and see Wilton hunt

Cranmore (Som.), 17

Craven hunt, 369, 372, 375–7

Crawford, O. G. S., 258

Cray, Jeremiah, 167 n

Cresswell, Rob., 401 n, 413

Crewe, earl of, see Crewe-Milnes

Crewe-Milnes, Rob. Offley Ashburton, earl (later marquess) of Crewe (d. 1945), 222

Crewe (Ches.), 212

Cricklade, 1, 65, 77, 87, 328, 363, 402, 405; Abingdon Court, 406; Calcutt, 86, 310, 402–3; canal, 275–6; Chelworth, 301, 310, 346, 402, 403, 405–6; Common Hill, 406; dairy products, 229; emigration from, 321; estate at, 406; gloving ind., 237, 239; Hailstone Park, 405; High St., 239; hiring fair, 84; kennels, 374; labourers from, 86; M.P.s, 381–2; mineral spring, 386; navigation at, 272; pop., 318–19, 321, 345–6; racing, 381–2; Ravenshurst Ho. Lodge, 404 n; road to, see Swindon, Calne and Cricklade turnpike; St. John's hosp., 404; tanning, 235–6; tax., 296, 305, 308; Wesleyan chap., 239; Widhill, 300, 309, 312, 346; woollen ind., 120

Cricklade and Wootton Bassett R.D., 333, 346

Cricklade and Wootton Bassett Union, workho., 320–1

Cricklade hund., 299, 305, 308; and see Highworth and Cricklade hund.; Highworth, Cricklade, and Staple hund.

Crimean War, 241

Croc the Huntsman, 393, 425, 440

Croc, Rainald, s. of, 425, 440

Crock (Croc), Ellis, 424–5, 440; and see Croke

Crockerton, in Longbridge Deverill, 415, 417; Bull mill, 158; riots, 168; Sherewater mill, 158; silk ind., 177; tax., 302, 311; woollen ind., 158, 168, 172

Crofton, see Bedwyn, Great

Croke, Avice, m. Mic. de Columbers, 418, 425–6, 440; Mat., 394, 425, 436, 440; Rainald or Ruald, 393, 425, 436, 440; fam., 247, 393, 425

Crokesley, John de, 411

Crook, Mr., of Marlborough, 179; Mr., of Tytherton, 87

Crookham, Church (Hants), 241

Croucheston, see Bishopstone (South)

Crowder, Capt. E. M., 376

Crudwell, 329, 334, 402; Chedglow, 298, 309, 346; Chelworth, 298, 309, 346; Eastcourt, 298, 309, 346, 397, 405; manor, 402; mineral spring, 386; Murcott, 346; pop., 346; tax., 298, 309

Crux Easton, see Easton

Culpepper, Alex., 61

Cumberland, earl of, see Clifford, Geo.

Cunetio, see Mildenhall

Cunnington, Wm., 251

Cupper, John, 127

Curtis, Ambrose, 245; Chas., 246

Curtis Gallup, W. H., 373

Cutteridge, see Bradley, North

D

Daccombe, Sir John, 431

Dairy Shorthorn, see Shorthorn

Dairy Supply Co., 227

Dale, Wm., 371

Damerham (South Damerham) (Hants, formerly Wilts.), 315, 328, 333; labour services, 13, 30–31, 37; manor, 458–9; meadows, 57; pop., 346; scotales, 34; sheep-farming, 21, 28; tallages, 34; tax., 299, 308, 312; tenant holdings, 7 and n, 10, 30; wages, 81

Damerham, North, hund., 305, 308, 328, 346

Damerham, South, hund., 299, 308, 328, 346, 458–9

Danby, earl of, see Danvers

Daniel, J. C., 173 and n; W., 362

Danton, John, 252

Danvers, Hen., lord Danvers, later earl of Danby (d. 1644), 240, 405; Sir John, 379, 437

Darling, Fred, 382

Darwen (Lancs.), 182 n

Dashe, Thos., 150 n

Daubeny, see Aubeney

Dauntsey, Ambrose, 412–13; John (fl. 14th cent.), 37; Sir John (fl. 17th cent.), 413

Dauntsey, 105, 329, 334; canal, 273–4; dairy products, 225; mineral spring, 386; pop., 346; rly., 282, 288; road to, 263; Smithcot, 301, 310; tax., 301, 309

Dauntsey Dairy Co., 225

Davis, John (fl. 1766), 245; John (fl. 1819), 382; T., 65–68, 71–74, 76– 79, 81, 84, 87

Dean, Wm., 215–17

Dean & Burden Bros. Ltd., 201

Dean, Forest of, 250, 275

Dean, Long, see Yatton Keynell

Dean, West, 315, 326, 331, 336–7, 427; Bentley Wood (Bentleysworth), 427, 430; canal, 279; estate at, 393 n; manor, 13, 15, 39; pop., 346; rly., 285; tax., 296, 306

Decon, Sam., 243

Defoe, Dan., 158–60

Deller, A., 196

Delmé, Peter, 381

Denmark, dairy products, 102; mkt. for machinery, 189

Dennis, Capt. S., 375

Dent, Allcroft & Co. Ltd., 239

depression, see 'Great Depression'

Deptford, see Wylye

Derby, Wal., 435

Derby, 177

Derbyshire cheese, 101

Derry brook, 402

Derry Hill, see Calne

Despenser, Hugh le, justiciar (d. 1265), 436; Hugh le, the Elder (d. 1326), 398, 403–4, 411–12, 435, 441

Devereux (d'Evreux), Almeric, 458; Rob., earl of Essex (d. 1601), 379– 80; Rob., earl of Essex (d. 1646), 155

Deverills, the, 103

'Deverill', silk ind., 177

Deverill, Brixton, 328, 337–8, 415; fishing, 367; incl., 50; Pertwood Down, 254; pop., 346; tax., 299, 308; Whitecliff, 296, 300; woollen ind., 122

Deverill, Hill, 328, 337, 415, 417; incl., 46; pop., 346; tax., 299, 308; woollen ind., 122

Deverill, Kingston, 329, 335, 338, 367, 415; emigration from, 323; pop., 70, 323, 346; tax., 297, 301, 310

Deverill, Longbridge, 10, 13, 17, 71, 299, 305, 328, 337–8, 415; Bidcombe, 415, 417; emigration from, 318–19, 322; fishing, 367; labour services, 32; pop., 69, 346; scotales, 34–35; sheep-farming, 22–23; tanning, 235; tax., 299, 308, 312; woollen ind., 140; and see Crockerton

Deverill, Monkton, 10, 328, 335, 414– 15; incl., 50; labour services, 12– 13; pop., 346; sheep-farming, 23

Devizes, 2, 251, 316, 372, 375, 408–9, 436–7; area around, 160, 163, 168 n, 250; bacon-curing, 223; bailiff of, 120; Bear Inn, 382; bell-founding, 252–3; canal, 273–4, 276; clay pipe ind., 244; cricket, 377–8; dairy products, 225–7; engineering ind., 185, 193, 195, 197–8, 203, 219; estate at, 142; forest courts at, 394, 412; freemasonry, 389–90; gaol, 319, 321; gloving ind., 237–8; horse tramway, 273; Long Stores, 242; mkt. for cheese, 224; mkt. for woollens, 137; mayor, 378, 409; merchants' guild, 244; metal ind., 184; paper warehouse, 247; park, 409; Phoenix Foundry, 197; ploughing matches, 87; pop., 321, 346; racing, 382; rly., 277, 280, 283–6, 291, 293; rector of, 409; roads to, 256, 264–6, 412, and see Andover and Devizes turnpike; Devizes Roads turnpikes; schs., 321; silk ind., 176–7; streets, &c.: Bath Road, 195; Bath Row, 223; The Brittox, 184, 195; Estcourt St. (The Green), 197; London Road, 378; Market Place, 240; New St., 240; Northgate St., 195; The Nursery, 195; Nursteed Road, 203; Pans Lane, 203, 225; Quakers Walk, 378; Sidmouth St., 184, 195; tanning, 234; tax., 296, 306, 312; tobacco ind., 240–2; water-supply, 364; Waylen's mill, 176; woollen ind., 120, 128, 133–4, 137–40, 143, 149, 154, 159–62, 167 n, 176

Devizes castle, 398, 409; constable of, 398 n, 409–10, 412, 436–7; sergeants, 410

Devizes R.D., 333, 335, 346

Devizes Roads and Calne Roads turnpikes, 262, 270–1

Devizes Roads turnpikes, 256, 258–9, 262, 264, 266, 268, 270–1

Devizes St. James, see Cannings, Bishop's, Southbroom

Devizes Union, pop., 321; workho., 319–20

Devon, earl of, see Courtenay, Thos.

Devon, 2, 108, 128, 238; pigs from, 221; tax., 303, 313

Devonport (Devon), 265

Devonshire cattle, 79

d'Evreux, see Devereux

Dewar, John A., 382

Dickson, John, 144

Dickson Poynder, see Poynder

Didcot (Berks.), 288

Diddenham, see Shinfield

Dieppe (Seine Inf., France), 285

'Digerley', see Doiley

Digge, Ric., 436

Dilton, Dilton Marsh, in Westbury, 238, 338, 415–16; Bremeridge, 302, 311, 415–16; Chalcot, 415–16; Penleigh, 302, 311, 415–17; pop., 347, 360; rly., 291; Short Street, 415; Stormore, 417; tax., 302, 311; and see Chapmanslade

Dingley, Rob., 435

Dinton, 330, 337–8, 372, 431–2; drainage, 90; mill, see 'Bynington'; pop., 347; tax., 302, 311; sheepfarming, 28; tobacco-growing, 241

Direct Western Rly., 285

District Rly., 200

Ditchampton, see Wilton

Ditcheat (Som.), 17

Ditteridge, 327, 332; pop., 347; rly., 280

Dixon, see Dickson

Dognell, see Donhead

Doiley (Digerley, Doyley) (Hants), 424. 426

Dole hund., 299, 308, 429; and see Branch and Dole hund.

Dolman, Thos., 140

Don, Wm., 304 n

Doncombe mill, see Colerne

Donhead St. Andrew and St. Mary, 328, 335, 337, 459; Charlton, 347; Dognell, 347; emigration from, 322; Haystone, 347; pop., 70, 322–3, 347; sheep-farming, 28; tax., 299, 303, 308, 312; Whitesheet Hill, 259, 262, 379–80

Donnyng, Ric., 39

Donoghue, Steve, 382

Dorchester (Dors.), 254, 265, 286

Dore, Wm., 240

Dorset, marquess of, see Beaufort, John

Dorset, 28, 92, 238, 248, 263, 458, 460; ch. bells, 252; forests, 393, 418; freemasonry, 389–90; hunting, 372; lace ind., 180; linen ind., 178; paper ind., 245; pigs from, 221; tax., 296, 303–5

Doswell, Rob., 130

Doudyng, see Dowding

Dover (Kent), 285

Dover & Bristol Rly., 285

Dowdeswell (Glos.), Andoversford Junction, 289–90

Dowding (Doudyng), J. W., 246; W. J., 172; Wm., 125, 128; fam., 246

Dowding, Wm. John, & Sons, 246

Down Ampney, see Ampney

Downton, 12, 328, 331, 336–7, 367, 427; bacon-curing, 223; Barford, 9, 85, 299, 308, 393 n; Bull Hotel, 383; carpet ind., 182; cheesemaking, 21; Church (tithing), 347; churchscot, 35; coursing, 383; 'Cowyk', 11, 13; cricket, 377; demesne leased, 8; Downton Bridge, 458; farm servants, 33; field-course rotation, 15; Fobwell, 428; gaol, 223; gloving ind., 237; Hamptworth, 299, 308, 347; incl. of meadow, 17; labour service at, 17, 30, 35; lace ind., 180; linen ind., 178; Longford Castle estate, 383; Loosehanger (Lothanger), 11, 13; manor, 392; mkt., 16; marlpits, 18; meadow, 17; mills, 41, 119, 245; Morgans Vale and Woodfalls, 336, 354; No Man's Land, 328, 331, 336, 347, 354, 356; paper ind., 245; Pensworth, 299, 308; plague at, 41; pop., 69, 318, 323, 347; rly., 284; rector, 17; rectory manor, 16, 21; Redlynch, 336–7, 356; roads to, 263; scotales, 35; sheep-farming, 19–27; Standlynch, 299, 308, 328, 331, 336, 357, 393 n; tanning, 235–6; tax., 296, 299, 305, 308; tenants, 9, 10, 12; 'Timberhill', 11, 13; turbary, 18; villein tenements, 41; wages, 40; Wick, 23, 26, 35, 299, 308, 347, 427; Witherington, 9, 26, 299, 308, 347; woollen ind., 41, 119; workho., 223; and see Charlton (All Saints); Walton

Downton hund., 234, 299, 308, 328, 347, 458–9

Downton Tanning Co. Ltd., 235–6

Doyley, see Doiley

Draper, John, 126, 133

Draycot Cerne, 13, 329, 332; mineral spring, 386; pop., 323, 347; rly., 282; tax., 301, 309

Draycot Fitz Payne, see Wilcot

Draycot Foliat, 329, 334; pop., 347; tax., 302, 309

Drayston, see Milton Lilborne

Drayton, Mic., 362

Drew, Nic., 307 n, 308 n

Druid's Lodge, see Woodford

Duart, Jas., 406

Dublin (Eire), 104

Duckett, Wm., 246

Dudley, Ambrose, earl of Warwick (d. 1589), 379; Edmund, 437; John, earl of Warwick, later duke of Northumberland (d. 1553), 401, 404

Dugdale Astley, see Astley

Dun, riv., 368

Dunbridge (Hants), 283

Dundas, Chas., 272–3

Dunkerley, Thos., 389

Dunkirk (Pas de Calais, France), evacuation from, 206

Dunlop cheese, 101

Dunlop's pneumatic tyre, 232

Dunmow (Essex), 221

Dunstanville, Wal. de, 417

Dunworth hund., 299, 308, 311 n, 328, 347, 432, 458

Durham, county, tax., 295

Durley, see Burbage

Durnford (Great Durnford), 326, 331; fishing, 366; Little Durnford, 297, 306, 347; Netton, 297, 306, 347, 378; Newtown, 297, 306, 347; Normanton, 297, 306; pop., 347; Salterton, 37, 297, 306, 347; tax., 297, 306; tobacco ind., 242

Durocornovium, see Wanborough

Durrington, 9, 13, 16, 39, 245, 326, 331; field-course rotation, 14; 'Hindurrington' ('Hynduryngton'), 297, 306; labour services, 16; Larkhill, 266, 325–6, 370, 377; plague at, 39; pop., 325–6, 347; sheepfarming, 21, 28; tax., 297, 306

Dursley (Glos.), 139, 205

Dutch, see Netherlands

Dyer, Ric., 140 n; Mr. (fl. 1612), 412

Dyer's, of Trowbridge, 188

E

Earl Bathurst's hunt, see Vale of White Horse hunt

Earldoms, see Landford

Earle (Erle), Giles, 165; Rob., 314

East Anglia, 2, 77, 197, 254

East Knoyle Farmers' Club, 88

Eastcomb, see Ebbesborne Wake

Eastcott, in Swindon, see Swindon

Eastcott, in Urchfont, see Urchfont

Eastcourt, in Crudwell, see Crudwell

Eastcourt, in Heytesbury, see Heytesbury

Easterton, see Lavington, Market

Eastington (Glos.), 139

Eastleach Martin (Glos.), 374

Eastleigh (Hants), 221, 285 n

Eastmanstreet, see Calne

Easton (Easton Royal), 329, 335, 418, 421; field-course rotation, 52; pop., 319, 323, 347; priory, 423; quarry, 248; tax., 300, 309, 314

'Easton' (? Easton Town, in Sherston), 31

Easton, in Bishop's Cannings, see Cannings

Easton, Crux (Hants), 425

Easton Grey, 327, 334; pop., 347; tax., 298, 307

Easton Piercy, see Kington St. Michael

Easton Royal, see Easton

Easton Town, in Sherston, see 'Easton'

Eastridge, see Ramsbury

Eastrop, see Highworth

Eaton, Castle (Eaton Meysey), 14, 328, 334; Lus Hill, 300, 309, 347; pop., 322, 347; tax., 300, 309

Eaton, Water, see Eisey

Ebbesborne Wake, 327, 337–8, 369, 458–60; Eastcomb, 460; incl., 48; meadow, 17 n; pop., 347; priest, 432; tax., 298, 307

Ebble, riv., 369; valley, 15

Eden, R. H., 376

Edge, see Windrove & Edge Ltd.

Edington, 15, 330, 338, 399 n, 414–15; Baynton, 302, 311, 348; Coulston, West, 348; emigration from, 322; pop., 70, 321–2, 347–8; rly., 293; road to, see Tinhead and Trowbridge turnpike; tax., 302, 311; Tinhead, 149, 302, 311, 348; Tinhead Hill, 259; woollen ind., 140

Edmeades, Major F. B., 377

Edmund of Langley, earl of Cambridge, later duke of York (d. 1402), 397, 403, 405, 435; his w. Isabel, 403, 435

Edward the Confessor, 392, 420

Edward I, 11, 17, 120, 250, 393, 399, 409, 411, 416, 436

Edward II, 400

Edward III, 2, 18, 121, 125, 129, 133, 295, 394–6, 400, 403, 405, 428, 432

Edward IV, 133–4, 234, 400, 458–9

Edward VI, 400, 404, 421

Edward VII (as Prince of Wales), 371

Edward, earl of Rutland (later duke of York) (d. 1415), 403, 435

Edwards, W. V., 202

Edwards & Bays Ltd., 189, 202

Edwards & Suter, 189, 202

Edwards & Thompson, 202

Edworth, Stephen de, 441

Egypt, 197

Eisey, 328, 333; Castle Hill farm, 85; Eaton, Water, 301, 310, 323, 347, 402; emigration from, 321; pop., 323, 347; tax., 308

Ekco, see Cole, E. K., Ltd.

Ela, countess of Salisbury, see Longespée

Elcombe, see Wroughton

Elcot, see Preshute

Elizabeth I, 237, 272, 362, 369, 394

Elliott, Col. W. E., 374

Ellis, Roger, 252

Elston, see Orcheston

Elstub hund., 299, 305, 308

Elstub and Everleigh hund., 328, 348

Emery, Geo., 246

Employers' Soc., 212

'Ende' (? in Chippenham), 307

Enford, 61, 328, 335; Chisenbury, 299, 308, 348, 354; Compton, 297, 299 and n, 306, 348; Coombe, 299, 308, 348; Fifield, 299, 308, 323, 348; Lidbury camp, 250; Littlecott, 299, 308, 348; Long Street, 348; Newtown, 348; pop., 348; road to, 264; tax., 299, 308

Engineers and Machinists, Amalgamated Soc. of, 211

Enginemen's and Firemen's Mutual Assurance Soc., 215–16

England, Francis, 163 n

Englefield, Sir Francis, 404; fam., 49

English Flax Co., 192

Erle, see Earle

Erlestoke, 329, 333, 376, 415; emigration from, 323; pop., 70, 323, 348; Pudnell (Podenhulle) farm, 15; tallage, 34; tax., 300, 310

Ermine Street, 255

Ernley, Sir John, 413

Essex, earl of, see Bohun; Devereux; FitzPeter; Mandeville

Essex, 2

Essington, John, 406

Estcourt, T. H. S., 241

Eston, John, 435

'Eston', see 'Aston'

Estrange, see l'Estrange

Esturmy (Sturmid, Sturmy), Geof. (I), 421, 438; Geof. (II), 418, 423 n, 438–9; Hen. (I), 420, 438; Hen. (II), 424, 438–9; Hen. (III), 439; Hen. (IV), 439; Hen. (V), 420, 422, 439; Hen. (VI), 421, 439; Maud, m. Roger Seymour, 421; Ric., 393, 420, 438; Sir Wm., 421, 439; fam., 393, 420

Etchilhampton, see Cannings, All

Europe, mkt. for bacon, 221; mkt. for leather, 236; mkt. for woollens, 147, 151–2, 161–2, 164, 170–1

Evans, Arthur G., 199; Guy, 199

Evans, O'Donnell & Co. Ltd., 199– 200

Evelyn, John, 366, 382

Even Swindon, see Rodbourne Cheney

Everett, John, 372; Wm., 168

Everett & Francis, 171

Everleigh, 17–18, 38, 105, 328, 336; coursing, 382–3; cricket, 378; demesne leased, 36 n; labour services, 30; manor, 362; meadow, 17 n; pop., 348; roads to, 266, and see Swindon, Marlborough and Everleigh turnpike; sheep-farming, 21– 22; tax., 299, 308; tenant holdings, 29 n; wage labour, 33

Everleigh, liberty of, 299, 308; and see Elstub and Everleigh hund.

Evesbury, see Marlborough

Evreux, see Devereux

Ewen, see Kemble

Exeter, 2, 4–5, 138; rlys., 209, 216, 283, 286, 325; roads to, 254–5, 265–6; woollen ind., 121

Exeter, Yeovil & Dorchester Rly., 286

Eynesford, Wm. of, 432

Eyre, Hen., 387

Eyres, W., 190

F

Factory Commissioners, 177, 182

Fairford (Glos.), 278, 284

Falconer, Wm., 388

Falmouth (Cornw.), 265, 285

Fanton, Rob., 440

Farewell, John, 142 n

Faringdon (Berks.), 84, 265; and see Swindon and Faringdon turnpike

Faringdon R.D., 333

Farleigh Hungerford (Farley-castel) (Som.), 19–20, 135–6, 143

Farleigh, Monkton, 327, 332; Farley Down, 249; pop., 348; priory, 247; estates, 408, 415–17; quarries, 249, 321; tax., 297, 306

Farley, see Alderbury

Farley-castel, see Farleigh Hungerford

Farley Down, see Farleigh, Monkton

Farley Hill, see Swallowfield

Farmer, John, 240; S. W., 106–7; and see Saxby & Farmer

Farquharson, J. J., 369, 372

Fastolf, Sir John, 2, 129–33

Fatstock Marketing Corporation, 223

Fauconer, Nic., 440

Faulston, see Bishopstone (South)

Fay, Sam., 290

Ferebe, Geo., 383

Ferris, T., 86

Fery, Wm., 244

ffrench-Blake, Lt.-Col. A., 373–4

Fiddington, see Lavington, West

field-course rotation, 2, 14–15, 52–53, 55–56, 66, 73, 77

fields, common and open, 3, 5, 13–14, 45, 48–53, 64–67

Fifhyde Verdon, see Lavington, West

Fifield, see Enford

Fifield Bavant, 250, 327, 338; pop., 324, 348; tax., 298, 307

Fifield Verdon, see Lavington, West

Figheldean, 326, 331; Ablington, 297, 306, 348; Alton, 297, 306, 314; Choulston, 296–7, 306; coursing, 383; emigration from, 319; Knighton, 297, 306; pop., 319, 322, 326, 348; road to, 264; Syrencot, 297, 306, 365; tax., 297, 306, 314; and see Netheravon Flying Sch.

Filands, see Malmesbury

Filkes, fam., 164 n

Finkley (Hants), 426–7

First World War, 102, 109, 113, 188, 191–2, 200, 218–19, 226, 228, 231, 233, 235, 238–9, 251–2, 291, 371, 373–5

Fisher, Amelia, 231

Fisherton Anger, 327, 331, 336; bridge, 127, 367; dairy products, 228; gaol, 144, 319, 321; hosp., 319, 321; lunatic asylum, 319, 321; pop., 319, 321–2, 324, 348, 356; rly., 286–7; road to, 262; Russell Road, 228; Salisbury Infirmary, 319, 321; tax., 297, 307; woollen ind., 121, 127

Fisherton de la Mere, 330, 338; Bapton, 86, 302, 311, 348; coursing, 382; labour services, 38; sheepfarming, 19; pop., 348; tax., 302, 311

Fittleton, 328, 336; Beach's Barn, 266; Haxton, 299, 308, 348; pop., 319, 326, 348; road to, 266; tax., 299, 308; and see Netheravon Flying Sch.

Fitz Alan (or Mautravers), Thos., earl of Arundel (d. 1524), 442; Wm., earl of Arundel (d. 1487), 442

Fitzhamon, Rob., 458; Mabel, m. Rob., earl of Gloucester, 458

FitzOsmund, Wal., 416, 437

fitzPayn, Roger, and his w. Margery, 405

FitzPeter, Geof., earl of Essex (d. 1213), 433, 436

fitzWarin, Fulk, 405

Flamston, see Bishopstone (South)

Flanders, immigrants from, 123, 153; lace ind., 158, 180; mkt. for woollens, 158; woollen ind., 117, 120–1

Fleming, Harold, 384; Martin, 145

Flemings, see Flanders

Flemish cloth, see Flanders

Flendre, Wal. le, 20

Flintham, see Oaksey

Flory, Edmund, 416; John de, 439

Flower, John, 145; J. T., 193

Floyd, C. M., 233

Fludyer, Sir Sam., 159

Fobwell, see Downton

'Fogham', see Box

Foliot, Osbert, abbot of Malmesbury, 11

Folkestone, lord, see PleydellBouverie, Jacob

Fonthill Bishop, 9, 13, 15, 328, 335, 337; churchscot, 35; field-course rotation, 14; Fonthill Down, 381; labour services, 35; manor, 12; pop., 348; tax., 300, 309; sheepfarming, 19–21, 24

Fonthill Gifford, 328, 335, 337; lunatic asylum, 319; pop., 319, 348; tax., 299, 308; woollen ind., 123

Food, Min. of, 228

Football Assoc., 383–5

Ford, Roger of, abbot of Glastonbury, 10

'Ford' (Kinwardstone hund.), 309

'Ford', in Great Bedwyn, see Bedwyn

Ford, in Idmiston, see Idmiston

Ford, in Laverstock and Ford, see Laverstock

Ford, in North Wraxall, see Wraxall

'Forde' (Ramsbury hund.), 310

Fordham, John, 413

Fordingbridge (Hants), 16, 458

Fordingbridge R.D., 333

Foreman (Forman), John, 240; fam., of Calne, 149

Forester, Capt. Francis, 374

Forrester, R. A. C., 379

Forward, Jas., 245

Fosbury, see Tidcombe

Foss Way, the, 132, 254–5

Fouleswicke, see Chippenham

Fovant, 57–58, 327, 337–8, 374; Chiselbury camp, 262; common fields, 51, 53; cricket, 378; drainage, 90; incl., 47–48, 50; pop., 69, 348; tax., 297, 307

Fowle, Major C. H., 376

Fowler, J., 85

Fowler's, of Leeds, 189, 195

Fowlswick (Fouleswicke), see Chippenham

Fox, Edmund, 244

Foxham, see Bremhill

Foxhangers, see Rowde

Foxley, 301, 309, 329, 334; pop., 348; tax., 301, 309, 312, 314

Framilode (Glos.), 275

France, 2, 129, 137–8, 157; carpet ind., 160, 181–2; French Revolution, 168, 171, 182; immigrants from, 131, 160, 181, 225; mkt. for woollens, 153, 162, 171; silk ind., 177; woollen ind., 151–2, 156, 159–61, 168, 171; and see Normandy

Francis, J. C., see Everett & Francis

Franco-German war, 175

Frankfort (Germany), 164 n

Franklyn fam., of Marlborough, 64

Fraser, Mr., engineer, 212

Freke, Eliz., m. Thos. Pile, 458; Thos., 458

Freeman, Hardy & Willis, 236

Freemantle (Hants), 247

Frenshman, Morgan, 131; Wm., 131

Fresden, see Highworth

Freshford (Som.), 153, 332; Ludcombe, 143

Freyn, Thos., 307 n

Friesian cattle, 6, 102

Frome (Som.), 19, 101, 133, 135, 139, 141, 157, 167 n, 225, 251, 373, 376; dairy products, 226, 229; forest courts at, 395, 416; gloving ind., 239; rly., 283–5; riots, 165; roads to, 259, and see Frome Roads turnpike; rubber ind., 230; silk ind., 177; tanning, 236; woollen ind., 165, 172

Frome Dairy Co., 225

Frome, riv., 136, 138, 142, 363, 372; valley, 139

Frome Roads turnpike, 260, 269

Frost, G. T., 195; Mr., engineer, 231

Froxfield, 329, 334, 336, 419; canal, 274; Duchess of Somerset's almshouses, 319; Hughditch, 348; Oakhill, 348, 423; pop., 348; road to, 260; Rudge, 348, 416; Rudge Hill, see Priors Hill; tax., 300, 309

Frustfield hund., 299, 308, 328, 348, 429

Fry, John, 240

Fugglestone St. Peter, 327, 338; pop., 322, 324, 348, 361; Quidhampton, 297, 307, 337, 349, 355; tax., 297, 307, 312; and see Bemerton

Fugram, Ric., 424

Fullaway, see Cannings, All

Fuller, G. P. (d. 1927), 233; Sir Gerard (living 1958), 376; R. F., 233; Stephen the, 120; Thos., 242–3; Lt.-Col. W. F., 374–5

Fullerton, Col. J. S. H., 375

Fussell & Co. Ltd., 228

Fyfield, 328, 334; pop., 349; tax., 299, 310; and see Clatford

Fyfield, in Milton Lilborne, see Milton

G

Gaby, Wm., 163

Gacelyn, Edmund, 441

Gale, Mr., of Stert, 87

Gallup, see Curtis Gallup

Garner, Hen., sr., 246; Hen., jr., 246

Garrard & Co., Crown Jewellers, 203

Garrard Engineering and Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 200, 203–4

Garratt, —, of Swindon, 196

Garsdon, 329, 334, 402, 405; common, 407; manor, 406–7; pop., 349; tax., 298, 309

Garth, Roger, 441

Garth hunt, 372

Gastard, see Corsham

Gaunt, John of, see John

Gauntlett, E., 192; John, 243; Wm., 243; fam., 242–4

Gauntlett Carding Machine Co., 191–2

Gawen (Gaweyn), Wm., 133; Mr. (fl. 1619), 460

General Junction Railroad, 280

General Land Drainage and Improvement Co., 95

Genoa (Italy), merchants from, 138

Geoffrey s. of Peter, see FitzPeter

Geoffrey the clerk, 402

Geoffrey the shoemaker, 405

George II, 161, 380

George III, 70, 272

George VI, 382

George Edward, duke of Kent (d. 1942), 390

Gereberd, Wm., 311 n

Germany, 137; imports from, 120, 178, 203; mkt. for woollens, 134, 151, 171; merchants, &c., from, 138, 182, 236; and see Hansa; London, Steelyard

Gerrish, B. L., 379

Gething & Co., 249

Ghent, Simon of, bp. of Salisbury, 120

Giffard, Ric., 441; Wal., 437

Gilberd, Hen., 304 n

Giles, Francis, 285; Rob. E., 249

Gillett, John, 190

Gillingham (Dors.), 226–7, 239, 286

Gillman, Lt.-Col. H. C. R., 377

Gladstone, T. S., 209

Glastonbury, Rob. of, 441

Glastonbury (Som.), 285; abbey, abbots, see Amesbury, Mic. of; Ford, Roger of; Blois; estates, 7– 10, 13, 28, 34, 36, 424, 459

Gloucester, duke of, see Humphrey

Gloucester, earls of, see John, King; Mandeville; Robert; William; bailiffs, 426; estates, 426, 458–9

Gloucester, 274, 276; abbey, estates, 402; mkt., 17; rly., 277, 284, 289; roads to, 254; St. Bartholomew's hosp., 404

Gloucester cattle, 79

Gloucester, double and single Gloucester cheese, 78–79, 100

Gloucester-Southgate turnpike, 267

Gloucestershire, 1, 4, 139, 148–9, 154, 158, 160, 238, 275; boundaries, 315; coal from, 74, 274; county council, 278; dairy products from, 225; forests, 410; hunting, 370–1, 375; mkt. for dairy products, 225; tax., 296, 304–5; woollen ind., 166, 168, 173

Glover (Glovaire), Agnes le, 236; Alice le, 236

Goddard, Ambrose, 381; Ambrose Lethbridge, 289; Thos., 380–1

Godhyne, see Goodhyne

Godwin, Sam., 169, 186

Golden Valley (Glos.), 275

Goldney, Sir Gabriel, 101; T., 227 n; and see Affernwell

Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Co., 203

Gomeldon, see Idmiston

Gooch, Sir Dan., 207–13

Good Hope, Cape of, see Africa, South

Goode, Harry, 460

Goodenough, Sir Wm., 375

Goodhyne (Godhyne), John, 296 n, 301 n

Goodwood hunt, 373

Goodyear, Chas., 230–2

Gordon, Rob., 381

Gordon-Lennox, Chas. Hen., duke of Richmond (d. 1903), 373

Gore, St. Joan à, see Lavington, West

Goring, Sir Wm., 372

Gotherington (Glos.) Oxenton (Oxendon), 130

Gough, Geo., 188–9; Wm., 188

Gozelin (fl. 1086), 392

Grafton, see Bedwyn, Great

Gramshaw, W. H., 227

Grand Junction Canal, 274

Grandison, Wm. de, 402

Granville, A. B., 387–8

Grateley (Hants), 286, 291

Gray, see Grey

Gray & Turner, 194

'Great Depression', 213–14, 216

Great Northern Rly., 208

Great Ridge, see Chicklade

Great Western Iron Ore Smelting Co., 250

Great Western Rly., 5, 100, 191, 198– 9, 207, 209–12, 220, 248, 264, 276– 8, 280, 282–93, 319–20, 322, 371, 378; and see Saltley; Swindon, G.W.R. works; Wolverhampton

Greatrake, Lawrence, 245–6

Green, H. Plunkett, 366; Rob. and Isabel atte, 37

Greenaway, Mr. (fl. 1879), 388

Greenland, John, 244; Ric., 244

Greenwich (London, formerly Kent), 206

Gregorius, a Dutchman or Pole, 156

Grenville, Adam de, 438; Wm. de, 438

Greville, Sir Edw., 401 n; Sir John, 404, 435

Grey (Gray), Ric. de, 436; Lt.-Col., 290

Grim's Ditch, 418, 432–3

Grimstead, Odo of, 428

Grimstead, East and West, 326, 331, 336–7, 427, 430; estate at, 393 n; labour services, 37; manor, 13, 15, 39, 430; pop., 346, 349; tax., 296, 306

Grittenham, see Brinkworth

Grittleton, 10, 61, 224, 332, 328; demesne leased, 7–8; field-course rotation, 56, 77; labour services, 12–13, 17 n; manor, 36; pop., 319, 349; tax., 298, 308; tenant holdings, 29–30

Grossett, J. R., 390

Grosvenor, Hugh, lord Stalbridge, 373, 375

Groundwell, see Blunsdon St. Andrew

Groveley Forest, 15, 65, 90, 391–3, 398, 431–3; bailiwicks, 433; bounds, 400, 431–2, 456; courts, 432; pleas, 394–5, 432; regards, 396, 432; wardens, 429; other officers, 394, 432–3; woods, &c., 431–2; Grovely Wood, 372, 431–2

Grovely (Grovely Wood) par., 327, 338, 349

Grundy, G. B., 254

guilds, 149, 159–60, 234, 237, 252

Gundry, Major Gerald, 371

Guppy, —, of Swindon, 214

Gurdun, Adam, 434

H

Haden, Geo., 186–7, 170; Jas., 187

Haden, G. & J., 187–8, 191, 195, 241

Haden, Woodfin & Co., 188, 191

Hadham, see Tudor

Hailstone Park, see Cricklade

Hainault, Philippa of, see Philippa

Haines, see Haynes

Hakekyns, Wal., 307 n

Halford, F. M., 366

Hall, John, 401 n; fam., 142 n

Halwey, Margery, m. Wm. Haynes, 131–2; Ric., 131–2

Ham, 328, 334, 336, 418–19; pop., 349; tax., 299, 309

Hambledon (Hants), cricket club, 378

Hamburg (Germany), 161, 164, 171, 178–9

Hamfell (Lancs.), 427

Hamilton, lord Spencer, 381; Wm. de, 434

Hammersmith and City joint line, 216

Hammond, G. R., 376

Hampshire, 92, 238, 263, 366, 393, 460; boundaries, 315; ch. bells, 252; cricket, 378; forests, 393–4, 427; pigs from, 221; tax., 304

Hampshire and Dorset hunt, 374

Hampshire Downs sheep, 71, 109–10

Hampshire Football League, 385

Hampslape, Hugh de, 424, 434

Hampton, Joshua, 225

'Hampton' (? Southampton), 17

Hampton, see Highworth

Hampton, Meysey (Glos.), 375

Hamptworth, see Downton

Hancock, Dame Florence, 227; Geo., 249

Hancock vulcanizing process, 230–1

Handley (Dors.), 460

Handloom Weavers, Commissioners for, 170

Handsworth (Birmingham, formerly Staffs.), 186; Soho foundry, 186–7

Hankerton, 88, 110 n, 329, 334, 402, 405; Cloatley, 309, 349, 405–6; pop., 321, 349; tax., 298, 309

Hanleygh, Wm., 127

Hannington, 29, 328, 334; pop., 321, 349; tax., 300, 303, 309

Hansa, the, 142, 151

Harden, Wm., 244

Hardenhuish, 327, 332; emigration from, 321; pop., 321, 325, 349; rly., 282; tax., 298, 307

Harding, Anstice, m. Sir Rob. Bilkemore, 422; Grace, 387; Jas., 178; Wm. of, 422, 424

Harding, see Bedwyn, Great

Harewell Forest (Hants), 377

Harnham, John of, 298 n

Harnham, East, see Britford

Harnham, West, 327, 331, 336; bridge, 255, 266, 458, 460; emigration from, 319; engineering ind., 204–5; Harnham Hill, 379; mills, 119, 172, 245; paper ind., 245; pop., 319, 349; tax., 298, 311 n; woollen ind., 119, 172

Harring, Rob., 192

Harring, R., & Sons, 192

Harris, Chas., 221; Geo., 220–1; Hen., 220–1; J. M., 222; John (fl. c. 1757), 244; John (d. 1791) and his w., 220; John (d. 1837), 220–1; R. J., 222; Thos., 220–2; fam., 220, 222, 287

Harris, C. & T., 189, 220–1, 223–4

Harris, Chas., & Co., 221

Harris, Thos., & Sons, 221

'Harrowfield', 425

Hastings, Aubrey, 382

Hartham, see Corsham

Hatch, see Tisbury

Hatch Beauchamp (Som.), 421

Hathaway, Geo., 189; N. S., 189; T., 189

Hathaways, of Chippenham, 193, 200, 225

Hatton, Chris., lord Hatton (d. 1670), 431

Havering, John of, 424, 436

Havering Heath, see Milton Lilborne

Haversham, Hen., 304 n

Hawkesworth, F. W., 218

Hawking Club, Old, 362

Hawkridge, see Westbury

Hawles, Thos., 431

Haxton, see Fittleton

Haydon, and Haydon Wick, see Rodbourne Cheney

Haynes, Margery, see Halwey; Wm., and his s. Wm., 131

Haystone, see Donhead

Haywards Heath (Suss.), 199

Hazeland, see Bremhill

Hazelbury, see Box

Heale, M., & Co., 187

Heale, see Woodford

Heath, Maud, 256

Hebrides, see Western Isles

Heddington, 327, 332, 408; Beacon Hill, 256; labour services, 8; manorial officers, 34; pop., 349; road to, 260; tax., 298, 307; woollen ind., 160

Hediger, Eggimann, & Fils, 241

Henley (Oxon.), 265

Henley, in Box, see Box

Hennet, Geo., 280

Henry I, 393

Henry II, 118, 255, 393–5, 399, 428, 433, 458

Henry III, 118, 394, 399, 404–5, 410, 416–17, 424, 426, 433, 436

Henry IV, 125, 404, 421

Henry V, 128

Henry VI, 18, 437

Henry VII, 133, 397, 400

Henry VIII, 48, 139–42, 400, 430, 437

Henset, see Bedwyn, Little

Herbert, Geo. Rob. Chas., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1895), 94–95, 373; Hen., lord Herbert, later earl of Pembroke (d. 1601), 379–80, 400, 416, 430, 432, 437–8, 442; Hen., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1750), 181; Hen., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1794), 74; Philip, earl of Montgomery, earl of Pembroke (d. 1650), 437, 442; Philip, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1669), 431; Reginald, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (living 1958), 374; Rob., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1862), 78, 87, 187; Sidney, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1913), 182; Sidney, lord Herbert of Lea, 372; Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1570), 429–30, 437, 442; Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1630), 442, 458, 460; Wm., M.P., 381; fam., of Wilton, 60–61, 248; estates, see Pembroke

Hereford, earl of, see Bohun; estates, 405

Hereford, 265

Hereford cattle, 79, 86

Herefordshire, wool from, 156

Herepath, the, 262

Herne Bay (Kent), 282

Hertford, earls of, see Clare; Seymour, Edw.; estate, 243

Hewer, W., 86

Hewitt, see Kemp & Hewitt

Hexam, John, 403

Heycroft (or Hopcroft), Wm., 304 n

Heytesbury, 11, 18, 41, 65, 328, 337–8, 414–15; Bowl's Barrow, 260; Eastcourt, 27; emigration from, 321; field-course rotation, 15; fishery, 18; fishing, 367–8; Greenland mill, 171 n; 'Hydercombe', 11; 'Kynecombe', 11; labour services, 32, 37–38; manor, 16, 415; 'Nethercombe', 11; pop., 321, 323, 349; rly., 291–3; rents decreased, 40; riots, 168; roads to, 262; sch., 321; sheep-farming, 19–23, 25, 27, 129, 135; squatters, 68; tallage, 34; tanning, 234; tax., 299, 308; 'Thymberweis', 11; wages, 40; warren, 18; Westcourt, 27; 'Westwoodhill', 11; woollen ind., 122, 129, 140, 168, 171, 321

Heytesbury hund., 122–3, 299–300, 305, 308–9, 328, 349, 432

Heythrop hunt, 370, 375

Heywood, see Westbury

Hibbert, see Holland-Hibbert

Hicks & Isaacs, 214

Hicks Beach, Sir Mic., 78, 105

Higgins (Higgen, Higgens), Edw., 244; W., 244

High Post, see Winterbourne Dauntsey

Highbridge (Som.), 221

Highway, 298, 307, 330, 332; pop., 319, 349

Highworth, 65, 328, 334; dairy-farming, 79; Eastrop, 300, 309, 322, 324, 350; engineering ind., 189; Fresden, 300, 309, 312, 350; Hampton, 300, 309; mineral spring, 386; pop., 349; rly., 282, 288; roads to, 256, and see Burford to Lechlade, &c. turnpike; Sevenhampton, 17 n, 86, 300, 309, 350; tax., 300, 304, 309; Westrop, 14, 300, 309, 319, 321–2, 324, 350; and see Blunsdon, Broad; Marston, South

Highworth and Cricklade hund., 39, 234

Highworth and Swindon R.D., 350

Highworth and Swindon Union, workho., 319, 321

Highworth, Cricklade, and Staple hund., 328–9, 349

Highworth hund., 300, 305, 309

Highworth R.D., 334

'Hilcott' (Cannings hund.), 307

Hilcott, in Newnton, North, see Newnton

Hill, Jos., 189; Sarah, 246; Wm., 246; —, of Bradford, 167; —, of Malmesbury, 177, 187

Hill Deverill, see Deverill

Hillman, Wingfield, 245

Hills, J. W., 366

'Hillwork', see Huish

Hilmarton, 105, 329, 332; Beversbrook, 298, 307, 408; Catcomb, 350; Clevancy, 300, 309; Corton, 300, 309, 314; Littlecott, 300, 309; pop., 350; tax., 300, 309; Witcomb, 300, 309

Hilperton, 167, 329, 332, 335, 415; canal, 170, 274; incl. 68; Paxcroft, 415, 417; pop., 318, 322, 324, 350; tax., 300, 310; woollen ind., 318, 322, 324

Hinchley Engineering Co., 203

Hindley, Hen., 161, 163–4, 178; —, s. of Hen., 178

Hindon, 328; emigration from, 321; linen ind., 178; pop., 319, 321–2, 350; silk ind., 176; tax., 294 n, 296, 300, 309; unemployment, 322

'Hindurrington', see Durrington

Hinton, see Hurst

Hinton, Broad, 86, 330, 334–5; Bincknoll, 297, 306, 314; pop., 350; tax., 301, 309; Uffcott, 297, 306; and see Broad Town

Hinton, Broad, liberty, see Hurst

Hinton Charterhouse (Som.), 139; priory, 142

Hinton, Great, in Steeple Ashton, 338, 415, 416 n; emigration from, 320; pop., 320, 340, 350; sheepfarming, 136; tax., 302, 311

Hinton Hatch, and Hinton Pipard, see Hurst

Hinton, Little, 328, 334; pop., 350; tax., 299, 310; and see 'Huniton'

Hinwood, see Adye & Hinwood Ltd.

Hippenscombe (successively in Savernake and Chute Forests, later a civil parish), 329, 350; and see Savernake Forest, bailiwicks

Hiscock, E. J., 190

Hiscock plough, 190

Hiscocks (Graders) Ltd., 188, 190

Hoare, C. A. R., 374; Hen., 381; Ric., 381

Hobart, John, earl of Buckingham (d. 1793), 460

Hobhouse & Co., 174

Hodge and his Masters, 80, 84; and see Jefferies, Ric.

Hodgson, Chas., 199

Hodson, see Chisledon

Holand, Thos. de, earl of Kent (d. 1400), 404

Holbrooke, Wm., 140

Holbrow, Giles, 232; 'Willie', 232

Holder, John, 307 n

Holdfast, Rob., 307 n

Holland, see Mackenzie & Holland; Mackenzie, Clunes & Holland

Holland, see Netherlands

Holland-Hibbert, Capt. T., later vct. Knutsford (b. 1888), 371, 376

Holman, Byfield & Co. Ltd., 239

Holt, in Bradford-on-Avon, 332; bedding factory, 387; football, 383; Forewood Common, 262; gloving ind., 237–8; Great Ho., formerly Spa Hotel, 237–8, 387; manor, 387; mineral spring, see Holt, spa; pop., 341, 350; rly., 277, 282–4, 288, 291; road to, see Holt Roads turnpike; spa, 237–8, 386–8; Spa Hotel, see Great Ho.; tanning, 234–5; tax., 297, 306

Holt Roads turnpike, 262, 270

Holt (Som.), 19

Homanton, see Maddington

Homington, 327, 331, 336; pop., 350; tax., 298, 307

Hone, B. W., 379

Honey Street, see Woodborough

Honeybridge, see Bradley, North

Hong Kong, imports from, 239

Hopcroft, Wm., see Heycroft

Hopgood, —, of Swindon, 196; and see Anson & Hopgood Ltd.

Hopson, Jos., 191

Horlock, K. W. ('Scrutator'), 370 n; Mr. (fl. 1839), 370

Horningsham, 103, 318, 328, 337–8, 415, 417; Baycliff, 299, 308, 312, 415; Longleat estate, see Thynne, fam.; Longleat Ho., 247–8; Longleat Park, 48; mill, 158; pop., 324, 350; tax., 299, 308; woollen ind., 158, 167 n, 168, 172

Horsenden, Wm. de, 441

Horton, Edw., 142; John, 141–2; Thos., 141–2, 144, 146, his w., and his nephew Thos., 142; Toby, 142 n; Wm., 142; —, s. of John, 141

Horton, see Cannings, Bishop's

Hosier bale system, 111

Hospitallers, see Knights Hospitallers

Houston, Major S. H., 376

Howard, Marguerite Hyde, countess of Suffolk and Berkshire, w. of Hen. Molyneux Paget (d. 1918), 181; Sir Thos. (fl. 1617), 403; lord Thos., later earl of Suffolk (d. 1626), 147, 379, 404, 435; Thos., vct. Andover (later earl of Berkshire) (d. 1669), 404, 436; Thos., vct. Andover (later earl of Suffolk) (d. 1851), 381; lord Wm. (d. 1640), 379

Huband, Dan., 246; John, 246

Huddersfield (Yorks. W.R.)., 170 n

Hughditch, see Froxfield

Huguenots, 181

Huish, 330, 336, 417–19; 'Hillwork', 418–19; pop., 350; tax., 310, 314

Hull (Yorks. E.R.), 190

Hullavington, 296, 329, 334; Bradfield, 301, 309; engineering ind., 202; field-course rotation, 56, 77; pop., 325, 350; Surrendell, 295, 298, 308, 327, 350; tax., 301, 309

Humber Elevator Co., 190

Humphrey of Lancaster, duke of Gloucester (d. 1447), 400, 421, 437, 439, 442

Humphries, W. H., 196

Humphries & Simon Ltd., 196

Humphries & Sons, 196

Hundred Years War, 133, 141

Hungerford, Sir Edmund, 437; Sir Edw. (d. 1522), 438; Edw. (John Evelyn's uncle by marriage), 366; Sir John, 406; Rob., lord Hungerford (d. 1459), 416, 438; Rob., lord Hungerford and Moleyns (d. 1461), 438; Thos. of, the elder, 416, 438; Wal. (I) of (d. 1449), 416, 438; Sir Wal. (II) (d. 1516), 438; Sir Wal. (III), lord Hungerford (d. 1540), 416, 438; Sir Wal. (fl. 1585), 379; fam., estates, 16, 19–20, 22, 25, 36 n, 38, 129, 135

Hungerford (Berks.), 140, 315, 334, 365, 368, 420, 423; canal, 272–4; Charlton, 309; Charnham Street, 300, 329, 350; forest court at, 394; manor, 423; rly., 277, 283, 285–6, 288; roads to, 255–6, 266, 418, and see Bath road; Hungerford to Salisbury turnpike; Swindon and Hungerford turnpike; Wantage and Hungerford turnpike; Standen, North, 300, 309, 418, 423

Hungerford R.D., 334, 336

Hungerford to Salisbury turnpike, 262, 270

'Huniton abbess' (? Little Hinton), 418

Huntenhull Green, see Chapmanslade

Hurdcott, in Baverstock, see Baverstock

Hurdcott, in Winterbourne Earls, see Winterbourne

Hurn, Jas., 379

Hursley hunt, 377

Hurst (Berks.), Hinton, and Hinton Pipard, 297; Hinton, Broad, liberty, 315, 326, 350; Hinton Hatch, 297, 306; Odes, 297; Twyford, 19, 267, 271, 296–7

Hurstbourne Tarrant (Hants), 425

Husband, D., 246

Huse, Hen., 423; Jas., 437

Hussey (Hussy), Geof., 432; John, 459

Hyde, Sir Lawrence, 431; Sir Rob., 404, 436

Hyde abbey (Hants), 423–4

'Hydercombe', see Heytesbury

Hygienic Dairy Soc. Ltd., 228

Hynde, Rob., 255

'Hynduryngton', see Durrington

I

Iceland, 137

Icknield Way, the, 254

Ideal Boilers, see National Radiator Co.

Idmiston, 10, 29, 331, 369, 424; Ford, 350; Gomeldon, 296, 306, 350; labour services, 31; Pheasant Inn, 266; pop., 319, 325–6, 350; Porton, 296, 306, 350; Porton Down, 266; rly., 288, 293; sheep-farming, 21; Shripple, 350; tax., 296, 306

Iford, see Westwood

Ilford (Essex), 205

Imber, 266, 328, 330, 337–8, 376; pop., 322–3, 350; tax., 299, 301, 305, 308, 310

Imperial Tobacco Co., 241

India, imports from, 236, 238; mkt. for bacon, 221

Indies, West, 162; cricket team, 379

Inglesham, 315, 328, 333–4; canal, 275; pop., 350; tax., 300, 309

'Inglewood' (? Templeton, Hants), 418

Inkpen, John, 434

Inkpen (Berks.), Lower Spray, 418

International Pneumatic Tool Co. Ltd., 199

International Tobacco (Overseas) Ltd., 242

Ipswich (Suff.), 2, 197, 221

Ireland, 84, 118, 130, 137; mkt. for machinery, 189; pigs from, 220–1, 223

Irish Sea, 362

Isaacs, see Hicks & Isaacs

Isabel, queen, w. of King John, m. 2 Geof. de Mandeville, 3 Hubert de Burgh, 458

Isabel, queen, w. of Edward II, 402–3

Isis Bridge, see Nuneham Courtenay

Italy, 120, 137–8; mkt. for machinery, 195; merchants from, 121, 134, 138–9; and see Venice; Genoa

Itchen, riv., 279

Iwood, see Savernake Forest

J

Jackson, Major C., 372; T. W., 186

Jacobson, Philip, 406–7

Jacquard loom, 182

James I, 49, 151, 397, 401, 403, 412, 431

Japan, silk ind., 177

Jarrett, C. B., 372

Jefferies, A. G., 239; A. L., 236, 239; Jane, 180; M. G., 239; Ric., writer, 80, 85, 202, 216; W. L., 239; fam., 164 n

Jefferies, Geo, Ltd., 239

Jellyman, Jos., 245; fam., 245

Joan of Navarre, queen, w. of Henry IV, 125

Joce, Geo., 127

Jocelyn, Wal., 441

John, King, 119, 399, 400 n, 402, 421, 458–9; as earl of Gloucester, 458–9

John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, 18, 122

John, Mat. s. of, 436

John (Jone), a Dutchman or Pole, 156

John (fl. 1377), 311 n

Johnson, John, 234

Jone, see John

Jones, Dr. Dan., 387; Inigo, 248

Jonsen, Derricke, 156

Jonson, Ben, 243

Jotham, Thos., 169

Jupe, Hen., 179; fam., 177

Jurassic Way, the, 254

Justinian, Bernard, 134

K

Kay, Harry, 384

Keevil, 330, 338, 415, 417; Baldenham's mill, 121, 143; ch., 137; emigration from, 322; estate at, 141; Gayford mill, 143; Heynocke's mill, 143; Keevil Wick, 415; labour services, 37–38; manorial officers, 34; mills, 121, 143; pop., 324, 350–1; tax., 302, 311; woollen ind., 121, 137, 139–40, 142–3, 145, 318; and see Bulkington

Kellaways, see Tytherington Kellaways

Kelsey, Hen., 427

Kemble (Glos., formerly Wilts.), 277, 283, 292, 315, 329, 333; Ewen, 298, 309, 351; pop., 319, 351; tax., 298, 309; Wick, 351

Kemp & Hewitt, 222

Kempsford (Glos.), 273, 275 and n

Kempster, —, of Swindon, 196

Kennet, riv., 179, 272–3, 362–8, 417– 18, 423; valley, 119, 140, 286

Kennet & Avon Canal (originally the Western Canal), 170, 198, 207, 230, 248, 251, 272–6, 278–80, 285, 289

Kennett, Thos. of, 418

Kennett, East, 71, 330, 334–5, 419; pop., 351; tax., 301, 310, 314

Kennett, West, see Avebury

Kennett and Amesbury turnpike, 264, 271

Kent, duke of, see George Edward; duchess of, see Maria Louisa Victoria

Kent, earl of, see Burgh, Hubert de; George; Holand

Kent, 1, 238

Keny, H. W., 94

Kenya, rubber ind., 233

Kerr, Geo., 202

Ketchen, Thos., 245

Key, riv., 402

Keynes, Eleanor de, 402; Margery de, see Purton; Rob. (I) de, 403, 434; Rob. (II) de, 403, 434–5; Wm. de, 403; his grandson Wm., 403

Keynsham (Som.), 139; abbey, estates, 142

Kidderminster (Worcs.), carpet ind., 181–2

'Kidderminster' carpets, 181

Kidlington (Oxon.), 221

Kilburn (London, formerly Mdx.), 199

Kilkenny hunt, 373

Kilmington (Wilts., formerly Som.), 315, 335, 351; Norton Ferris, 367

Kimbridge, see Michelmersh

King, Mat., 144

King's Heath, see Milton Lilborne

Kings Somborne, see Somborne

Kings Worthy, see Worthy

Kingsbridge hund., 300, 305, 309, 329, 351

Kingsbury (Glos.), 139

Kingscote, Capt. M., 375

Kingsmead, see Somerford, Great and Little

Kingston, Reynold of, 416, 438

Kingston Deverill, see Deverill

Kingston upon Hull, see Hull

Kingswood (Glos., formerly detached part of Wilts.), 153, 267 n, 271 n, 315, 327; mills, 173 n; pop., 318– 19, 351; rly., 280; woollen ind., 158, 318

Kingswood Roads turnpike, 271

Kington Langley, see Kington St. Michael

Kington St. Michael, 10, 328, 332; demesne leased, 7; Easton Piercy, 301 n, 309 n, 351; Kington Langley (Langley Fitz Urse), 308, 332, 351; labour services, 13, 17 n; mineral spring, 386; park, 48; pop., 351; rly., 282; tax., 298, 308; tenant holdings, 29–30

Kington, West, 12 n, 327, 332; pop., 324, 351; tallage, 34; tax., 298, 307

Kinneir, S. P., 378–9

Kinwardstone hund., 123, 300, 305, 309, 329, 351

Kirby, Thos., 227

Kirkham, Thos., 413

Kitson, Thos., 139–40, 143–4, 146

Knap Hill, see Overton

Knight, Ric., 134; Thos., 129, 134; and see Brown & Knight Ltd.

Knighton, in Broad Chalke, see Chalke

Knighton, in Figheldean, see Figheldean

Knighton, in Ramsbury, see Ramsbury

Knights Hospitallers, estates, 15, 21, 306, 312

Knook, 328, 337–8; Ansty, 299, 308, 312, 314; pop., 69, 322–3, 351; tax., 300, 308; woollen ind., 122

Knoyle, Bishop's, hund., 300, 301 n, 309

Knoyle, East, 8–10, 12–13, 41, 328, 335, 414; cheese-making, 21; churchscot, 35; field-course rotation, 15; labour services, 31–32, 35, 37; manor, 392; mkt., 17; Milton (Steeple Knoyle), 351, 415; pop., 351; sheep-farming, 19–27; tax., 300, 309; and see East Knoyle Farmers' Club; Upton

Knoyle, Steeple, see Knoyle, East, Milton

Knoyle, West, 329, 335, 414–15; emigration from, 321; pop., 69, 321, 351; tax., 301, 310; Willoughby Hedge, 262

Knutsford, lord, see Holland-Hibbert

Knyvett, Sir Hen., 435

Korean War, 236

'Kynecombe', see Heytesbury

L

labour services, 7–9, 11–14, 16–17, 21–22, 30–33, 37; commutation of, 4, 7–8, 33, 36–38

Lackham, see Lacock

Lacock, John, 130, 132

Lacock, 327, 332–3, 376; Ash (or Nash), 408, 411–12; Bowden, 307 n, 376, 411; Bowden Hill, 258; canal, 248, 273–4; dairy-farming, 21; emigration from, 84, 324; estate at, 145; labour services, 8, 12; Lackham, 408, 412; manorial officers, 34 and n; navigation at, 272; Nash, see Lacock, Ash; pop., 319, 321–2, 324, 351; rly., 282, 291; Rey Bridge, 412; road to, 258, 260, 262, and see Lacock or Blue Vein turnpike; tanning, 234–5; tax., 298, 307, 312; woollen ind., 158; workho., 319, 321–2

Lacock abbey, 120, 247, 410; abbess, see Temmse; estates, 8, 21, 144, 247, 408 and n, 411–12

Lacock or Blue Vein turnpike, 258, 267

Lacy, Gilbert de, 428

Lake, see Wilsford (South)

Lambe, John, 417

Lambeth (London, formerly Surr.), 211, 223

Lambourn (Berks.), 179

Lancaster, Humphrey of, see Humphrey; Thos. of, see Thomas; Wm., 253

Lancaster, duchy of, estates, 12, 20, 24, 32, 36 n, 88, 402–3; duke of, see John of Gaunt

Land Loan and Enfranchisement Co., 87

Landford, 328, 331, 336–7, 427–9, 431; Earldoms, 331, 336, 347, 360, 429; manor, 431; pop., 351; tax., 299, 308

Lands Improvement Co., 85

Land's End (Cornw.), road to, 256

Lane, Geo., 248; John, 130

Langford (Longford), Alex. ('Old Alexandre'), 141, 143, 145–6; his w., 143; Alex., s. of Alex., 143; Alex., s. of Edw., 143; Edw., and his w., 143; his w., 143; Wal. de, 441

Langford, Hanging, see Langford, Steeple

Langford, Little, 327, 338, 431–2; pop., 351; tax., 297, 307

Langford, Steeple, 327, 337–8, 365; Bathampton (Bathton Wyly), 130, 284, 288, 299, 306; estate at, 393 n; Hanging Langford, 297, 307, 393 n, 431; mill, 119; pop., 351; rly., 293; tax., 297, 307; woollen ind., 119

Langham, see Southwick

Langley, Edmund of, and his w. Isabel, see Edmund

Langley Burrell, 327, 332–3, 408; Cocklebury, 298, 307, 312; pop., 319, 322, 325, 344, 351; rly., 282; tax., 298, 307

Langley Fitz Urse, see Kington St. Michael

Langley, Kington, see Kington St. Michael

Langley Wood par., 328, 331, 351

Langport (Som.), 289

Lansdowne, marquess of, see PettyFitzMaurice

Lapworth, Alfred, 182

Larkhill, see Durrington

Latton, 328, 333; canal, 274–5; pop., 351; tax., 299, 308; and see Eisey

Latymer, lord, see Money-Coutts

Lavergne, L. de, 68

Laverstock, Rob. of, 394, 430

Laverstock and Ford, 326, 331, 336–7, 392, 396, 427–8, 430; bridge, 262; emigration from, 322; Ford, 37, 121, 330, 351, 428, 430; lunatic asylum, 319, 321–2; mills, 37, 121; pop., 319, 321–2, 351–2; St. Thomas's Bridge, 262; tax., 296, 306; woollen ind., 37, 121; and see Milford

Laverton, Abraham, 174, 176

Lavington Down, see Lavington, West

Lavington, Market, 12 n, 17, 85, 260–1, 330, 333, 376; Dewey's Water, 260–1; Easterton, 319, 333, 347, 352; engineering ind., 195, 322; Fiddington, see Lavington, West; pasture, 17; ploughing matches, 87; pop., 322, 352; roads to, 264; sheep bells, 253; sheepfarming, 144; tax., 301, 303, 310; woollen ind., 137

Lavington, West, 71, 330, 333; coursing, 382; Fiddington (Fifhyde Verdon, Fifield Verdon), 8, 27, 34, 310, 352; Lavington Down, 144, 260; Littleton Pannell, 38, 301, 310, 324, 352; lunatic asylum, 320–1; pop., 69, 318, 320–1, 352; rly., 291; roads to, 259, 266; St. Joan à Gore, 299, 308, 312; tax., 301, 303, 310

Lawson, Joe, 382

Lea and Cleverton, 329, 334, 405, 407; manors, 406; pop., 321, 352; tax., 298, 309; Woodbridge, 405

Leach, Wm., 240–1

Leavesley & North Ltd., 236

Lechlade (Glos.), 256, 263, 272–3, 275, 363, Lechlade Bridge, 263

'Leckford, otherwise Sousley Water', 262

Ledehale, John, 307 n

Leeds (Yorks. W.R.), 170, 189, 195

Leicester, earl of, see Montfort

Leicester, 101, 236

Leicester sheep, 70, 80

Leicestershire, tax., 304

Leicestershire cheese, 101

Leigh (Lya, Westbury Leigh), Philip of, 414 n, 437; Wal. of, 437

Leigh, in Ashton Keynes, see Ashton

Leigh, in Bradford-on-Avon, see Bradford

Leigh, in Westbury, see Westbury, Westbury Leigh

Leigh Delamere, 327, 333; pop., 321, 352; tax., 298, 307

Leigh Hill, see Savernake

Leland, John, 134, 141, 142 n, 143, 146, 248, 255, 416

l'Estrange, Roger, 434

Levant trade, 137, 158–9

Levant Co., see London

Lewis, John, 246; Roger, 246; Mr. (fl. 1836), 282

Lewknor, Geof. of, 433

Lidbury camp, see Enford

Liddington, 115, 329, 334; by-pass, 266; Coate, 352; pop., 352; road to, see Marlborough and Coate turnpike; tax., 302, 311

Light Railway Commissioners, 290

Limoges (Haute Vienne, France), 164 n

Limpley Stoke, see Stoke

Lincoln, earl of, see Clinton; estate, 402

Lincoln, 117–18, 120

Lincolnshire, 1 n, 4; sheep from, 20; tax., 296

Linolite Ltd., 203–4

Lion', Peter de, 433

Lisbon (Portugal), mkt. for woollens, 161, 164; mkt. for linen, 178

Lisle, Bartholomew de, and his w. Eliz., 426, 440; Edw., sr., and his w. Mary, 387; Edw., jr., 387; Humfrey, 392; John (I) de, and his w. Nichola, 426, 440; John (II) de, 425, 440; Sir John (III) de, 440; John (IV) de, 440; John (V) de, 440; John (VI) de, 440; Sir John (VII), 398, 426, 441; Sir Nic. de, 426, 440

Lisle, vct., see Arthur

Lister, Sir Mic., 442; Sir Ric., 442

Lister, R. A., & Co. Ltd., 205

Little, Edw., 72, 78, 85; M. J., 239; W. J., 239

Little Cheverell Dairy Co., 225

'Little Wilts.' (soft-curd) cheese, 225–6

Littlecote, see Ramsbury

Littlecott, in Enford, see Enford

Littlecott, in Hilmarton, see Hilmarton

Littleton, see Ashton Steeple

Littleton Drew, 327, 333; pop., 352; tax., 298, 307

Littleton Pannell, see Lavington, West

Liverpool, 87, 191; cathedral, 187; docks, 242

Liverpool & Manchester Rly., 280

Liverpool Overhead Rly., 200

Llewellyn & James filling-machine, 226

Llewellyn Palmer, see Palmer

Lloyd, A. E., 379

Loader, John, 245

Lockeridge, see Overton

Lombe's method of making organzine, 176

London, Hildebrand of, 301 n

London, 2, 157, 238, 371, 406; Albemarle St., 203; Apsley Ho., 248; Berkeley Ho., 248; Blackwell Hall, 130, 151, 159, 163–4; British Museum, 187; carpet ind., 182; Cheapside, 153 n; cheese-warerooms, 101; cowhouses, 100; docks, 192, 242; engineering ind., 200; Fleet prison, 154; gloving ind., 239; goods from, 138; King's Cross, see London, York Way; Levant Co., 158; lord mayor, 20, 122; Lords cricket-ground, 378–9; mkts., 5, 79, 100; mkt. for bacon, 222–3; mkt. for cotton, 179; mkt. for dairy products, 101, 107, 111, 224–5, 226–9; mkt. for iron ore, 251; mkt. for lace, 180; mkt. for machinery, 192; mkt. for mineral water, 386–7; mkt. for rubber, 230; mkt. for stone, 248; mkt. for wool, 121; mkt. for woollens, 117 n, 125, 128, 130, 134, 137–40, 142–4, 146–7, 151–3, 155, 159, 161–4; Masonic Hall, 389; merchants, 20, 157, 181; Merchant Adventurers, 138, 139n, 140, 142, 146, 151–4; migration of ind. from, 200, 203–6, 242; Montagu Ho., 248; Paddington, 225; Paddington stn. and rly. works, 210, 213–14; Port of, 190; rly., 207, 276, 280, 282–3, 285–6, 289; roads to, 220, 230, 254–6, 260, 264–6, and see Bath road; rubber ind., 230–2; Savile Row, 387; Shoreditch, 242; Smithfield mkt., 71; Somerset Ho., 272; Steelyard, 151; Tooley St., 101; water-borne traffic to, 272, 274–6, 278; Whitechapel, 253; woollen ind., 117 n, 118, 124, 138, 140–1, 155; York Ho., 248; York Way, King's Cross, 200–1; and see District Rly.; Greenwich; Lambeth; Westminster

London & Birmingham Rly., 283

London & Brighton Rly., 199, 212

London & Bristol Rail-Road Co., 280

London & Salisbury Junction Rly., 285

London & South Wales Rly., 289

London & South Western Rly., 283–9, 291

London & Southampton Rly., 280

London, Bristol & South Wales Direct Rly., 285

London, Newbury & Bath Direct Rly., 276

Long, Sir Hen. (fl. 1534), 435; Hen., clothier and farmer (fl. 1548), 47, 143–5; his w., 144; Hen. (fl. 1612), 401 n; Jane, 83; Sir Jas., 381; John, 137 n; Rob., and his w. Edith, 136; Thos., 437; Sir Wal., 240; Wm., merchant of Trowbridge, 136; Wm., huntsman of the Beaufort, 370; fam., 240

Long Dean, see Yatton Keynell

Long Street, see Enford

Longbridge Deverill, see Deverill

'Longerham', see Newton, South

Longespèe, Ela, countess of Salisbury, 408 n; Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1250), 399, 408 n, 441, 458

Longford, Alex., see Langford

Longford, in Britford, see Britford

Longford Castle estate, see Downton

Longhorn cattle, 44, 101

Longleat, see Horningsham

Lonsdale, see Lord Lonsdale's hunt

Loosehanger (Lothanger), see Downton

Lopcombe Corner, see Winterslow

Lord Lonsdale's hunt, 370

Lord Radnor's hunt, 373; and see Wilton hunt

Loring, Wal., abbot of Malmesbury, 11

Lothanger, see Downton

Lott, John (2 people of same name), 253

Loudon, J. C., 89

Lourdes (Hautes-Pyrenees, France), 386

Lovel, Sir John, 437

Lovelecher, John, 307 n

Lovell-Hewitt, W., 379

Lovibond, John, 206; Jos. Wm., 206

Low Countries, see Netherlands

Lowden, see Chippenham

Lucas, Rob., 137; Wal., 136–7, 143; his w. Maud, 136

Luckington, 327, 334; mineral spring, 386, 388; pop., 352; tax., 298, 307

Ludcombe, see Freshford

Luddite riots, 169

Ludgershall, 326, 331, 336, 424–5; freemasonry, 389; manor, 425–6; pop., 325, 352; rly., 290; royal visit, 393; tax., 294 n, 296, 306

Ludgershall Forest, see Chute Forest

Ludlow, Edmund, 46, 49, 61; Sir Hen., 427; Wm., 240

Lullington (Som.), 141, 153

Luny, Hen. de, 418

Lus Hill, see Eaton, Castle

Lya, Philip of, see Leigh

Lydeway, see Urchfont

Lydiard Millicent, 329, 333, 402, 405; manor, 392; pop., 320, 322, 324, 352; Shaw, 300, 309; tax., 300, 309

Lydiard Tregoze, 14, 329, 333, 402–3, 405; dairy-farming, 44; labour services, 37; Mannington (Messhendon), 297, 306; manor, 406; Midgehall, 297, 306, 402, 404; mineral spring, 386; park, 404; 'Parkwode', 18; pop., 320, 352; rly., 282; tax., 297, 309

Lymington (Hants), 120, 204

Lyndhurst (Hants), 362

Lyneham, 329, 333; pop., 320, 352; tax., 300, 309; and see Bradenstoke priory

Lynford, Thos., 442

Lynn, Geo., 413

Lynn, King's (Norf.), 2, 134

Lywood, E., 98–99

M

Macadam, John Loudon, 262, 264, 280; fam., 264

MacAulay, Aulay, 198

Macclesfield (Ches.), 177

Machyn, John, 126

Mackenzie & Holland, 199

Mackenzie, Clunes & Holland, 199

Maddington, 98–99, 327, 331; Addeston, 27, 299, 308, 312; Bourton, 299, 308; Homanton, 299, 308; pop., 321, 352; tax., 299, 308

Maggs, C. W., s. of Chas., 225; Chas., 32 and n, 225; J. H., 225–6; Leonard, 226

Magna Carta, 117

Maiden Bradley, see Bradley

Malaya, mkt. for dairy products, 226

Malcolms, iron-working co., 251

Malmesbury, 1, 77, 205, 316, 329, 334, 363, 405; bacon-curing, 222; brewery, 196, 204; burgesses, 49; Burntheath (Barndehethe), 11; Burton Hill, 298, 309, 352; ch., 146; Cole Park, Cole and West Park, 352, 405; Corston, 298, 309, 352; Cowbridge House, 204; emigration from, 324; engineering ind., 196, 198, 203–4; Filands, 309; freemasonry, 389; gloving ind., 237; incl., 49; lace ind., 180–1; Luce's brewery, 196; M.P.s, 146, 165; Milbourne, 298, 309, 352, 405–7; mills, 146, 172; pop., 324, 352–3; rly., 288; roads to, 256, and see Malmesbury and Wootton Bassett turnpike; Malmesbury Roads turnpike; Rodbourne, 298, 309, 352; silk ind., 176–7; tanning, 234; tax., 296, 298, 303, 309, 312; tenants' disaffection, 39; Thornhill, 310, 312; Westport Iron Works, 196; Westport St. Mary, 324, 329, 353, 360; woollen ind., 120, 133, 140, 144–5, 147, 152, 167, 172; and see Brokenborough

Malmesbury abbey, 1, 146; abbots, see Colerne, Wm. of; Foliot; Loring; estates, 11–13, 31, 120, 402–5, 408

Malmesbury Abbey par., 329, 352–3

Malmesbury and Wootton Bassett turnpike, 263, 271

Malmesbury hund., 305, 309–10, 329, 352

Malmesbury R.D., 332, 334, 353

Malmesbury Rly., 288

Malmesbury Roads turnpike, 260, 269

Malmesbury Union, workho., 319–20

Manchester, rubber ind., 230, 232

Manchester & Poole Rly., 284

Manchester & Southampton Rly., 284–5, 289

Mandeville, Geof. de, earl of Gloucester and Essex (d. 1216), 394, 458; Isabel de, see Isabel; Roger de, 394

Mangotsfield (Glos.), 260, 280

Manners, Francis, earl of Rutland (d. 1632), 147

Manning, Edw., 427

Manningford, 37, 86, 336, 419

Manningford Abbots, 330, 336; pop., 323, 353; rly., 291; tax., 301 n, 314

Manningford Bohun, see Wilsford (North)

Manningford Bruce, 330, 336; pop., 353; road to, 254; tax., 301, 310

Mannington, see Lydiard Tregoze

Mantel, Rob., 433

Manton, see Preshute

Manwood, see Alvediston

March, earls of, see Mortimer, Edmund, Roger

Marden, 330, 333; pop., 353; tax., 301, 310

Marden, riv., 363, 407, 414 n

Mare, Hen. de la, 439

Margaret, queen, w. of Edw. I, 436

Margetson, see Browne & Margetson

Maria Louisa Victoria, princess, duchess of Kent (mother of queen Victoria), 182

Marine Mountings Ltd., 205

Market Lavington, see Lavington, Market

Marlborough, 1, 245, 316, 369, 371, 375, 382, 421; address in, 64; area around, 61, 253; Back Lane, 244; Barton Farm, 382; bridewell, 320; canal, 272–3; clay pipes at, 244; coffee ho. ('Mr. Cousin's'), 381; Cold Harbour Lane, 244; coll., 287, 324, 326; cotton ind., 179–80; council, 381; coursing, 382; cricket, 377–8; engineering ind., 195, 204; Evesbury, 396; fishing, 365–6; forest courts at, 394–5, 420; freemasonry, 389; gloving ind., 237; High St., 195; inns, 381; lace ind., 180; linen ind., 178; manor, 10; mkt. for cheese, 224; Marlborough barton, 296, 306, 416, 419, 423; Marlborough Common, 377, 381; mayor, 234; mills, 119–20; Newburystreet, 419; ploughing matches, 87; pop., 318, 324, 326, 353; public meeting, 284; racing, 381; rlys., 284–5, 287–90, 292–3; roads to, 138, 255–6, 258, 262, 264–5, 418, and see Marlborough and Coate turnpike; Swindon, Marlborough and Everleigh turnpike; Wootton Bassett and Marlborough turnpike; royal visit, 393; St. John's hosp., 423; St. Margaret's priory, 39, 419, 423; silk ind., 176; tanning, 234, 236; tax., 296, 304, 306, 312; tobacco ind., 240; Town Hall, 381; warren, 18, 423; water-supply, 364; woollen ind., 117–20, 122, 124, 126, 128, 140; workho., 179

Marlborough castle, 422–3; constable of, 119, 398–9, 421–2, 439; sergeants, 422

Marlborough and Coate turnpike, 263, 271

Marlborough & Grafton Rly., 290, 293

Marlborough and Ramsbury R.D., 334–6, 353

Marlborough Barton, see Marlborough

Marlborough College, see Marlborough

Marlborough Downs, 1, 72, 109, 115, 120, 234, 362–3, 372, 381–2

Marlborough Forest, see Savernake Forest

Marlborough R.D., 334, 353

Marlborough Rly., 287

Marlborough Union, workho., 320–1

Marsh, fam., 222

Marshall, A. G., 379; H. J., 87; John, 436; Wm., 77–79

Marshfield (Glos.), 280

Marston, in Potterne, see Potterne

Marston Meysey (North Marston), 267 n, 329, 333; pop., 320, 353; tax., 300, 309

Marston, South, in Highworth, 334; canal, 274; 'Leyplace', 13; pop., 319, 324, 350, 353; rly., 282; tax., 300, 309

Marsworth (Bucks.), 274

Marten, see Bedwyn, Great

Martin, fam., 186

Martin (Hants, formerly Wilts.), 315, 328, 333, 459; Allenford, see Martin, Toyd Farm; burnbaking at, 55; pop., 353; scotales, 34; sheepfarming, 1, 28–29; tax., 299, 308; Tidpit, 314, 353; Toyd Farm and Allenford, 315, 333, 353, 359; wages, 81

Martinsell, see Pewsey

Mary I, 256, 404, 421

Marylebone Cricket Club, 378–9

Mashin, J., 239

Mason, Thos., 244

Matilda, empress, see Maud

Matilda, queen, w. of Wm. I, 458

Matthew, s. of John, 436

Matthews, Sgt., 377

Maud, empress, 417

Mauduit (Mauduyt), John (d. by 1326), 31; John (fl. after 1326), 415; Warin, 415; and see Moody

Maulay, Peter de, 436

Maundrell, Edw. Ward, 189; fam., 189

Maurice, H. G., 364

Mautravers, John, 434, 441; Thos., see Fitz Alan; Wm., earl of Arundel, see Fitz Alan; Sir Wm., s. of Thos., 442

May, Chas. Neale, 197–8; and see Brown & May; Ransome & May

Meade (Mede), Freer, 374; Wal., 126 meadows, 7, 17, 31–32, 36–38, 41, 48, 74, 78, 108–9, 112, 145, 413, 430; floating of water-meadows, 3, 53– 54, 56–57, 71–73

Mears, Thos., 253

Meddocream Ltd., 229

Mede, see Meade

Mediterranean, war-time supplies to, 228

Medlicot, W. C., 379

Melbourne, see Bratton

Melchet (lost), in Melchet Forest, 427–8

Melchet Forest, 391, 427–31; bounds, 429, 454–5; courts, 429; pleas, 394–5; regards, 396; wardens, see Clarendon Forest; other officers, 429–31; woods, &c., 428–9; Melchet Wood, 391, 428

Melchet Park (Hants, formerly Wilts.), 398, 427–8, 430; manor ho., 318; par., 315, 326, 336, 353

Melchet Wood, see Melchet Forest

Melksham, 85, 322, 329, 332, 335, 408–9, 411; area around, 65, 77, 100, 102; Beanacre, 291, 293, 353; Blackmore, 353, 395, 410, 412; Bowerhill, 407, 409, 412; canal, 273–4; Cannonhold, 353; cricket, 378; dairy products, 225–6, 229; emigration from, 321; engineering ind., 183, 190–1, 194, 198, 203; Eyres's foundry, 190; freemasonry, 389; gloving ind., 238; house in ('Agra'), 388; manor, 392, 410–12; mill, 175; mineral spring, see Melksham, spa; munitions ind., 191; pop., 70, 183, 318, 321–2, 353; rly., 277, 283; riots, 164–5; roads to, 260–2, and see Melksham Roads turnpike; Melksham to Corsham turnpike; rubber ind., 229–33; Sandridge, 411; Sandridge Hill, 413; spa, 70, 318, 386–8; streets, &c.: Bank St., 190; Colony Place, 198; New Broughton Road, 225; Semington Road, 224; Spa Road, 388; Union St., 190; Union Ironworks, 194; Woodrow, 408, 411–12; tax., 300, 303, 310, 312; woollen ind., 128, 140, 156, 158, 164–5, 172 n, 175; Woolmore, 408, 410–12; and see Seend

Melksham Forest ('Blackmore Forest'), 250, 391, 393, 401, 407– 14; bounds, 399, 407–9, 413, 446; pleas, 394–5; regards, 396, 411; wardens, 394, 398 n, 409–10, 436– 7; other officers, 395, 398–9, 408– 10, 436–7; woods, &c., 408, 412– 13; Cowfold Wood, 407, 409, 411– 12; le Frith, 395, 410, 413; Meddle Frith, 395 n

Melksham hund., 300, 310, 329, 353, 409

Melksham R.D., 332–3, 335; and see Bradford and Melksham R.D.

Melksham Roads turnpike, 259, 264, 268

Melksham Spa Co., 388

Melksham to Corsham turnpike, 269

Melksham Union, 99; workho., 319– 20

Mells, Edw., 244

Mendip Farmers hunt, 373, 376–7

Mendip Hills (Som.), 254, 363

Merchant Adventurers, see London

Merchant Navy, 202

Merchant Venturers, see Bristol

Mere, 12 n, 329, 335, 415; agrarian riots, 68; carpet ind., 182; Chaddenwick, 301, 310, 354, 415; Down Farm, 380; field-course rotation, 52; gloving ind., 237; labour services, 37; linen ind., 178–9; manor, 415; pop., 320–1, 324, 353–4; racing, 380; road to, 259; sheepfarming, 21; Ship Inn, 380; silk ind., 177; tanning, 235; tax., 301, 303, 310, 312; Woodlands, 123, 354; woollen ind., 123, 128–9, 161; and see Zeals

Mere and Tisbury R.D., 335, 337, 354

Mere hund., 301, 310, 329, 353

Mere R.D., 335, 338, 353

Mere Union, workho., 320–1

Mereway, the, 422

Merino rams, 70

Merrifield, John, 244

Mervin, Sir Jas., 413

Messhendon, see Lydiard Tregoze

Methuen, Grace, see Ash; Fred., lord Methuen (d. 1891), 222, 390; Mary, 156 n; Paul (fl. 17th cent.), 155–7; Paul (fl. 1770), 248 n; Paul, lord Methuen (d. 1849), 378; Paul Ayshford, lord Methuen (living 1958), 390

Meux, Sir Hen., 105

Meynell, Hugo, 372

Meysey Hampton, see Hampton

Micheldevere, Rob. de, 441

Michelmersh (Hants), Kimbridge, 279

Middleditch, Mr., of Blunsdon, 85

Middlehill, see Box

Middlesex, 238, 280; cricket, 379

Middleton, see Norton Bavant

Midford (Som.), 259, 415

Midgehall, see Lydiard Tregoze

Midland & South Western Junction Rly., 284, 288, 290, 292–3

Midland cattle, 79

Midland Rly., 215, 288

Midsomer Norton, see Norton

Mighell, Mr., of Kennett, 71

Milan Decrees, 169

Milbourne, Sir Thos., 442

Milbourne, see Malmesbury

Mildenhall (Cunetio), 12 n, 18, 254, 330, 334–5, 417; labour services, 38; meadows, 57; pop., 324, 354; Poulton, 301, 310, 312, 354 n; sheep-farming, 19–22, 25; Stitchcombe, 301, 310, 354 n, 418; tax., 301, 310

Mildmay, Sir Ant., 413

Milford, Ric. of, 430

Milford, in Salisbury, formerly in Laverstock and Ford, 206, 326 n, 330–1, 336, 392–3, 427–8, 430; bridge, 255; mills, 206, 430; pop., 352, 354, 356; rly., 279, 285–6; tax., 296, 302, 306, 311

Milford, New (Pembroke), 213, 265

Milk Marketing Board, 111

Millard, W., 188

Miller, A. M., 379; and see Carson & Miller

Mills, Stephen, 86; Mrs., of Marlborough, 244

mills, 119, 135, 172–7, 180, 222, 239– 41, 244, 430, 458; corn-mills, 36, 119, 131, 144, 146; fulling-mills, 2, 37, 41, 118–21, 129, 131–2, 136–7, 140, 142–7, 152, 158, 167, 247; gigmills, 130–2, 144, 168–9, 187; paper-mills, 244–7, 320; silk-mills, 176–7; windmills, 219, 240

Milnes, see Crewe-Milnes

Milsom, Chas., 186; Geo., 186

Milston and Brigmerston, 68, 326, 331; Brigmerston, 12 n, 17, 297, 306, 354; pop., 354; tax., 297, 306

Milton, Ric. of, 394

Milton, see Knoyle, East

Milton Lilborne, 329, 336, 418–19, 421 n; Clench, 354; Drayston, 422; Fyfield, 300, 309, 418–19; Havering (King's) Heath, 424; manor, 423 n; pop., 354; tax., 300, 309

Minety (Wilts., formerly Glos.), 315, 334, 402–3, 405; emigration from, 324; forest courts at, 395; pop., 324, 354; rly., 283

Mitcham (Surr.), 241

Mitchell, Major A. B., 375; H., 379; Wm., 244

Mody, see Moody

Monck, Geo., duke of Albemarle (d. 1670), 401, 427, 431, 442

Monek, Wal., 307 n

Money-Coutts, Francis Burdett Thos., lord Latymer (d. 1923), 374

Monks Park, see Corsham

Monkton Deverill, see Deverill

Monkton Farleigh, see Farleigh

Monmouth, Cecily of, see Walerand; John of, 429, 433, 441

Montagu (Montague), John de (fl. c. 1301), 436; John de, earl of Salisbury (d. 1401), 404

Montfort, Simon de, earl of Leicester (d. 1265), 423

Montgomery, earl of, see Herbert, Philip

Montsorel, John de, 436–7

Moody (Mody), John (fl. 1440), 129; Wm., 181; and see Mauduit

Moody, Frank, Ltd., 222

Morden, Lt.-Col. Grant, 375–6

More, John de la, 411

Moredon, see Rodbourne Cheney

Moreton-in-Marsh (Glos.), 284

Morgan, Wm. John, 244; Mrs., of Salisbury, 244

Morgan's Vale and Woodfalls, see Downton

Morley, see Savernake, North and South

Morris, D. H., 384

Morris, — (fl. 1909), 188, 191; and see Roberts & Morris

Morrison, Major J. G., 373

Mortimer, Anne, m. Ric., duke of Cambridge, 458; Edmund, earl of March (d. 1381), 458; Philippa, see Burgh; Roger, earl of March (d. 1360), 429, 442; Roger, earl of March (d. 1398), 458

Motcombe (Dors.), 373

Mould, Jos., 245; Mary, 245; Thos., 245

Moulton, Stephen, 229–32; and see Spencer, Geo., Moulton & Co.

'Mount Mill', 158

Mucegros, Rob. de, 439

Murcott, see Crudwell

Murless, Noel, 382

Murhill Down, see Bradford-on-Avon

Murray, Jas., duke of Atholl (d. 1764), 389

Musard, Ralph, 433

N

N.H. Engineering Ltd., 188, 190

Nadder, riv., 254, 367–9, 431, 458–60; valley, 14, 123

Nailsworth (Glos.), 288

Nairobi (Kenya), 233

Nanfan, John, 442

Napier, D., 211

Napoleonic Wars, 5, 65, 73, 81, 168–9, 182, 193

Nash, E. M., 379

Nash, see Lacock, Ash

Nasmyth, Jas., 211

National Coursing Club, 383

National Radiator Co., 188

National Stud, 382

Navarre, Joan of, see Joan

Needham Market (Suff.), 221

Neeld, Jos., 87, 224

Neroche Forest (Som.), 417

Nestlè Co. Ltd. (formerly AngloSwiss Condensed Milk Co. Ltd.), 224–5, 227–9

Neston, see Corsham

Neston Glove Co. Ltd., 239

Net Down, see Shrewton

Netheravon, 105, 266, 328, 336; cavalry training sch., 325; Chisenbury, see Enford; coursing, 383; cricket, 378; estate at, 37; roads to, 261, 264; pop., 325, 354; tax., 299, 308

Netheravon Flying Sch., in Figheldean and Fittleton, 326

Nethercombe, in Castle Combe, see Combe

'Nethercombe', in Heytesbury, see Heytesbury

Netherhampton, 243, 327, 337–8; agricultural improvement, 90; common fields, 53; kennels, 373; meadows, 57; Netherhampton Ho., 243; pop., 324, 354; sch., 324; tax., 297, 307; tithe barn, 243

Netherlands (Low Countries), immigrants from, 4, 156–7, 179; mkt. for woollens, 137–9, 147, 151; merchants from, 151; woollen ind., 4, 151–2, 154 n, 155 n, 156–7, 160–1

Nethermore, see Chippenham

Netherstreet, see Bromham

Nettleton, 10, 328, 332–3; Burton, 256; demesne leased, 7; emigration from, 324; farm servants, 32; labour services, 12–13, 31; pop., 324–5, 354; sheep-farming, 21; tax., 298, 308; tenant holdings, 30

Netton, in Bishopstone (South), see Bishopstone

Netton, in Durnford, see Durnford

Neville, Alan de, 414, 428, 433; Ernisius de, 433; F. G., 388; Hugh de, 399, 433; Isabel de, see Walerand; Rob. de, 436; Wm. de, 399, 429, 441

New College, see Oxford

New Forest (Hants), 263, 372, 392–3, 427, 429, 441, 459

New Forest hunt, 369, 372–4

New Forest R.D., 335

New Mendip Engineering Co. Ltd., 202

New South Wales, emigration to, 322

New Swindon Improvement Soc., 211

New York (U.S.A.), 230

New Zealand, imports from, 226, 235, 238; mkt. for bacon, 221; mkt. for leather, 236; mkt. for machinery, 189

Newbury, Jack of, see Winchcombe

Newbury (Berks.), 140, 191, 265, 272–4, 280, 283, 285

Newcastle on Tyne, 2, 3 n

Newman, A., 379

Newman-Hender Ltd., 188

Newmarket (Suff.), 382

Newnham, see Sutton Veny

Newnton, Long (Glos., formerly Wilts.), 11, 315, 329, 337; pop., 354; tax., 298, 309

Newnton, North, 330, 336; Hilcott, 37, 307 n, 354; manor, 419, 424; Rainscombe, 354, 420, 424; pop., 354; tax., 301, 310

Newton, South, 12 n, 327, 337–8, 368, 391, 431–2; Burdens Ball, 354; Chilhampton, 22, 297, 306, 354, 432; labour services, 32; 'Longerham', 32; manor, 427; pop., 320–1, 354, 361; sheep-farming, 28; Stoford, 12 n, 14, 297, 307, 354, 432; tax., 297, 307; Ugford, 55, 297, 307, 354, 431; water-supply, 368; Wishford, Little, 12 n, 297, 307, 354; woollen ind., 158

Newton Tony, 326, 331; labour services, 37; pop., 354; rly., 291; tax., 297, 314

Newtown, in Durnford, see Durnford

Newtown, in Enford, see Enford

Newtown, in Shalbourne, see Shalbourne

Nicholas, fam., of Winterbourne Earls, 64

Nicholson, Otho, 401, 413; S. R., 379

'Nimrod', see Apperley

Noble, Sam. R., 249

Nockett's Hill, see Pewsham

No Man's Land, see Downton

Norfolk, 1, 129, 150 n

Normandy, 118

Normanton, see Durnford

Norridge, see Upton Scudamore

Norrington, see Alvediston

North, see Leavesley & North Ltd.

North & South Wiltshire Junction Rly., 288

North Downs, 254

North Sea, 362

North Wilts. Agricultural Protection Soc., 87

North Wilts. Bacon Co., 223

North Wilts. Canal, 274–7

North Wilts. Dairy Co. Ltd., 225

North Wilts. Engineering Co., 196

Northam, see Southampton

Northampton, 144–5, 235–6

Northamptonshire, 2, 144

Northey, Revd. Edw. N., 106

Northleach (Glos.), 284

Northumberland, duke of, see Dudley

Northumberland, 88; tax., 296

Norton, D. E., 199

Norton (Norton Colepark), 329, 334; pop., 355; tax., 301, 309

'Norton' (? Norton St. Philip, Som.), 133

'Norton' (? Newton Tony), 314 n

Norton Bavant, 330, 337–8, 415; Middleton, 302, 311, 415; mills, 158; pop., 354; roads to, 263; tallage, 34; tax., 302, 311; woollen ind., 158

Norton Ferris, see Kilmington

Norton, Midsomer (Som.), 239, 251

Norton St. Philip(Som.), 139, 256; and see 'Norton'

Norway, ice from, 220

Norwich, 2

Nott, Chas., 387; Roger, 406

Noyce, Thos., 245

Nuneham Courtenay (Oxon.), Isis Bridge, 210

Nunton and Bodenham, 9, 328, 331, 336, 367, 369; paper ind., 245; pop., 324, 355; sheep-farming, 26; tax., 299, 308

Nursteed, see Roundway

O

Oakhill, see Froxfield

Oaksey, 9–10, 12 n, 18, 40–42, 329, 334, 405; demesne leased, 36; Flintham, 355; labour services, 11, 30–32; manor, 405; meadow, 17 n; parkland, 18; pop., 320, 355; rly., 283, 291; tax., 298, 309; Wick, 355

Oare, see Wilcot

Obell, Jos., 372

Ockwell, A. A., 239; Chas., 239; Ric., 239

Ockwell, Chas., & Co. Ltd., 236, 239

Odes, see Hurst

O'Donnell, J. P., 199; and see Evans, O'Donnell & Co. Ltd.

Odstock, 87, 327, 331, 336–7; pop., 355; tax., 298, 307

Officers' Fishing Association, 364–7

Ogbourne Maizey, see Ogbourne St. Andrew

Ogbourne St. Andrew, 330, 334–5; Ogbourne Maizey, 301, 310, 382; the 'Old Eagle', 263; pop., 355; road to, 263; tax., 301, 310; and see Rockley; 'Rothersdune'

Ogbourne St. George, 195, 330, 334– 5; pop., 355; tax., 301, 310; Whitefield, 364

Ogden, Thos., 161

Ogilby, John, 256

Ogilvie, see Wood & Ogilvie

Ohio (U.S.A.), emigration to, 324

Old Bath road, see Bath road

Old Berkshire hunt, see Berkshire

Old Sarum, see Salisbury, Old

Oldbury Castle, see Cherhill

open fields, see fields

Orcheston St. George and St. Mary, 305, 327–8, 331; Elston, 86, 299, 308, 312, 355; meadow, 72; pop. 355; tax., 299–300, 308–9

Oryot, John, 234

Osberne, Jas., 131 n, 132

Osney (Oxon.), abbey, 146–7

Ossory, bp. of, see Pocock

Ottawa Agreements, 236

Overcombe, see Combe, Castle

Overton, W., 379

Overton, Alton Priors in, 264, 299, 328, 335, 339, 355; and see Overton, Knap Hill; East Overton, 299, 310, 324, 355; fields, 53; incl., 90; Knap Hill, 264; Lockeridge, 21, 84, 301, 310, 324, 330, 355, 364, 418–19, 424; Overton Heath, 330, 334, 355; pop., 355; Shaw, 296, 301, 305, 310, 312, 418, 424; Stowell, 299, 301 n, 310, 328, 355, 419; West Overton, 301, 310, 324, 330, 334–5, 355, 418

Overton (Hants), 265

Overtown, see Wroughton

Oxenton (Oxendon), see Gotherington

Oxenwood, see Shalbourne

Oxford, 146, 213, 238; canal, 275; New Coll., estates, 21, 25; rly., 278, 284; roads to, 256; university, 213; woollen ind., 118

Oxford and Rugby rly. line, 210

Oxfordshire, 1, 134, 238; football, 384; hunting, 369–70, 372, 375; tax., 305, 313

P

Packway, the, 266

Paddington, see London

Page, Francis, 272–3; L. A., 384; Wm., 137, 139

Pain, P., 372

Pakistan, imports from, 236

Palairet, Capt. Septimus, 230

Palmer, Lt.-Col. A. Llewellyn, 374; Brig. G. L., 375, 378; John, 264; W. Isaac, 190

Palmer, Mark, & Son, 245

Panterwick, see Savernake Forest

Paris(France), 164 n

Park Town, see Ramsbury

Parker, Wal., 442

Parr, Catherine, see Catherine

Parson, Hen., 414

Passelewe, Hugh, 434; Rob., 399, 414, 433

Passion, Ant., 140, 145

Pasture, common of, 11, 26–29, 45, 49–54, 64–65, 132, 136, 405–6, 411, 417, 423, 426, 432

Patchway(Glos.), 289

Patney, 328, 333; pop., 322, 355; rly., 289; tax., 299, 310

Patrick, H. J., 192

Patricroft(Lancs.), 211

Paveley, Reynold de, 416; Wal. de, 415

Paxcroft, see Hilperton

Payne, John, 222; Philip, 370; and see Bowyer, Philpott & Payne Ltd.

Paynel, Eliz., 402

Peaks Wood(Pykewood), see Aldbourne

Pearce, Wm., 244

Peart, Messrs., of Hungerford, 365

Pegolotti, Francesco Balducci, 120

Pembroke, earls of, 48, 104, 318, 369, 380, 382, 416, 430, and see Herbert; estates, 87–88, 90–91, 94–96, 103–7, 111, 431; estate in Dublin, 104

Penchet Forest, see Clarendon Forest

Penleigh, see Dilton

Pennsylvania(U.S.A.), 162

Penruddock(Penruddocke), Chas., and his w., 381; H., 251; John, 460

Pensworth, see Downton

Penzance(Cornw.), 265

Perham Down, see Tidworth, North

Perkins, Jos., 220–1; T. N., 379

Perrin, W., 246

Perry, Thos., 231

Pertwood(Upper Pertwood), 44, 330, 335, 431; pop., 355; tax., 302, 314

Pertwood Down, see Deverill, Brixton

Peter, Geof. s. of, see FitzPeter

Peterborough(Northants.), hound show, 374

Pets, Basil, 197

Petter's Oil Engines, 189

Petty-FitzMaurice, Hen., earl of Shelburne (later marquess of Lansdowne) (d. 1866), 212; Hen. Chas., marquess of Lansdowne (d. 1927), 222, 287

Peverel(Peverell), Sir Hen., 432; Hugh, 403

Pewe brook, see Cocklemore brook

Pewsey, 329, 336, 418–20; Avonside Works, 196; canal, 273–4; cricket, 378; engineering ind., 196, 201; gloving ind., 237; High St., 196; Martinsell camp, 424; Martinsell Hill, 419, 421; merchants, 123; pop., 320–1, 323, 355; rly., 287–8, 290; road to, 254; sheep-farming, 21; tax., 300, 309, 312; West Wick, 418; woollen ind., 123

Pewsey R.D., 331, 333, 335–6, 355

Pewsey Union, workho., 320–1

Pewsey, vale of, 7, 55, 66, 70, 86, 98, 104, 106–7, 111, 226, 247, 273, 276, 285–6, 366

Pewsham, 327, 332–3, 408; Bycombe, 411–12; Nethermore, see Chippenham; Nockett's Hill, 413; pop., 355; quarries, 411

Pewsham Forest, Pewsham and Bowood Forest, see Chippenham Forest

Phelps, —, of Bradford, 167

Philip, Revd. J., 190; W. Littlejohn, 190–1

Philippa of Hainault, queen, w. of Edw. 111, 412, 437

Phillips, Major A. E., 374

Philpot, Sir John, 426, 441; and see Bowyer, Philpott & Payne Ltd.

Phipps, H. G., 196, 200; Col. H. R., 376

Picheford, Bartholomew de, 441

Pickwick, see Corsham

Pictor, A. N., 250; Cornelius, 249; Job, 248–50; Rob., 249–50; Wm., 249; fam., 250

Pigs, breeds of, 80, 102; and see African; Berkshire; Wiltshire-white

Pile, Eliz., see Freke; Thos., 458

Pinker, Hen., 252

Pinkney, see Sherston

Pipard, Rob., 439

Pitt, Geo. (d. 1734), and his s., 458; Geo., lord Rivers (d. 1803), 458, 460; fam., 458

Pitton, Jas. of, 394

Pitton, see Alderbury

Plague, see Black Death; cholera

Plaitford (Hants, formerly Wilts.), 315, 326, 336, 427–31; cricket, 378; manor, 430; pop., 355; tax., 296, 306

Plant Engineering Co., 205

Player, S. D., 375

Plessey Co., 205

Plessis, John du, earl of Warwick (d. 1263), 409, 436

Pleydell Bouverie, Helena Olivia, countess of Radnor, 374; Jacob, earl of Radnor (d. 1889), 369, 372–3; Jacob, earl of Radnor (d. 1930), 390; Jacob, vct. Folkestone (living 1958), 374; Wm., earl of Radnor (d. 1900), 373, 390

Plymouth (Devon), 283

Pneumatic Electric and General Engineering Co. Ltd., 199

Pocock (Pococke), G., 85; Ric., bp. of Ossory, 179

Podenhulle, see Erlestoke

Poitou (France), Beaufort hunt at, 371

Poland, immigrants from, 156

Pollard, Geo., 437

Pomeroy, see Wingfield

Ponsonby, Fred., 212

Pont de l'Arche, Rob. de, 394

Ponte Roberti, Wm. de, 434

Pontefract (Yorks. W.R.), 182 n

Poole (Dors.), 120, 260, 284

Poole Keynes (Glos., formerly Wilts.), 9 n, 10, 18, 41, 315, 329, 333; demesne leased, 36; park, 405; pop., 355; tax., 298, 309

Poole Roads turnpike, 260, 269

Poore, Ric., bp. of Salisbury, 399, 436, 458

Pope, Hugh, 437; Thos., and his grandson T., 195

Pope, T., Ltd., 195

Popham, Edw., 381

Portland stone, 247–9

Portland quarrying system, 249

Portmadoc(Caernarvon), 89

Portman hunt, 373–4

Porton, see Idmiston

Portsmouth (Hants), 292

Portugal, 137–8

Postlethwayt, M., 160

Potter, Jas., 253; Ric., 278; Wm., 411

Potterne, 68, 330, 333; cricket, 378; Five Lanes, 386 n; Marston, 301, 310, 333, 353, 355; pop., 355; tax., 301, 303, 310; tobacco ind., 240; Whistley mill, 240–1; woollen ind., 145; Worton, 261, 301, 310, 333, 355

Potterne and Cannings hund., 307 n, 330, 355, 409

Potticary, Chris., 154; fam., 149

Poulshot, 329, 333, 408; engineering ind., 195; manor, 411; mills, 172, 240–1; mineral spring, 386, 388; pop., 355; Summerham Bridge, 386 n; tax., 300, 310; tobacco ind., 240; woollen ind., 172

Poulshot vale, 375

Poulton (Glos., formerly Wilts.), 15, 87, 267 n, 299, 308, 315, 329, 355

Poulton, in Mildenhall, see Poulton

Power, Wal., 130, 132

Powick, Wm. of, 433

Poynder, Sir J. Dickson, 105

Prèaux abbey (Eure, France), estates, 28

Preshute, 330, 334–5, 396, 419, 423; Elcot, 355, 396, 419, 422–3; Elcot mill, 119, 396 n; Manton, 301, 310, 355, 364, 396, 418–19, 422–3; Manton Ho., 382; pop., 320–1, 324, 353, 355; tax., 310; training stables, 324; and see Clatford; 'Rothersdune'

Preston, Sir Wal. R., 375

Price, David, 375

Pridy, John, 126; Wm., 126

Priors Hill(? Rudge Hill), 417

Pritchard, J., 198

Pucklechurch(Glos.), 260

Pucklechurch and Christian Malford turnpike, 260, 269

Purbeck beds, 247–8

Purdey(Purdue), Thos., 253; Wm., and his s. Wm. (fl. 16th cent.), 430; Wm. (fl. 1653), 253

Purton, Adam de, 394, 403, 434; Margery of, m. Wm. de Keynes, 403

Purton, 9 n, 329, 333, 402–5; Bentham, 405; Braydon, 88, 333, 342, 354, 386, 421–2; and see Braydon Forest; cricket, 378; emigration from, 84; estate at, 406; pop., 320–1, 324, 355; Purton Stoke, 386, 388, 405, 407; rly., 283; tax., 301, 310, 312; tobacco ind., 240

Purton Stoke, see Purton

Puthall, Wm. of, his well, 418

Puthall, see Bedwyn, Little

Pyarde, Chris. and his w., 145

Pykewood, see Aldbourne

Pym, John, 413

Pynnok, Ric., 119

Pythouse, see Tisbury

Q

'Quarr', 188

Quemerford, see Calne

Quentin, Wm., 394

Quidhampton, see Fugglestone

Quorn hunt, 372, 374

R

Rabson, see Winterbourne Bassett

Rabyn, Ellis de, 436

Rack Hill, see Combe, Castle

Radmond, John, 140

Radnor, earls and countess of, see Pleydell-Bouverie; and see Lord Radnor's hunt

Radstock(Som.), 207, 239, 251

Raikes, Mr., of Salisbury, 242

Railway Executive, Western Region, see Swindon, G.W.R. works

Railway Workers, General Union of, 216

railways, 5, 70, 72, 81, 100, 185, 195–6, 198, 220, 230–1, 248–9, 251, 264–5, 276–93, 319–25; engines, 209; and see Saltley; Swindon, G.W.R. works; Wolverhampton

Rainald s. of Croc, 425, 440

Rainscombe, see Newnton, North

Raleigh, Sir Wal., 240

Ralph, s. of Stephen, 436

Ralph, Wm., s. of, 433

Ramsbury, 330, 335–6, 395, 417; Axford, 310, 314, 356, 365–6, 417; canal, 273; Eastridge (Aschrugges), 301, 310, 356; fishing, 365–6; football, 383; gloving ind., 239; incl., 68; Knighton, 310; Knighton Farm, 263; Littlecote, 365–6; manor, 366; park or chase, 423; Park Town, 310; pop., 356; rectory estate, 68; tax., 301, 304, 310; Whittonditch, 310, 356; woollen ind., 140

Ramsbury hund., 301, 305, 310, 330, 356

Ramsbury R.D., 334, 336, 356, 364; and see Marlborough and Ramsbury R.D.

Randall(Randel), Jas., 245

Randell & Saunders, 249

Ransome, C. H., 379

Ransome & May, of Ipswich, 197

Ratcliffe, Edwin, 196; Sir John, 394; O. G., 379

Rateler, John, 308 n

Ratfyn, see Amesbury

Rawlence, R., 87

Rawlence & Squarey, 75, 87

Read(Rede), Edw., 253; John, 130, 132; Mrs. (fl. 1776), 387

Reading(Berks.), 3 n, 190; canal, 274, 276; fair, 79; navigation, 272; rly., 207, 276–7, 280, 283, 293

Reading and Basingstoke turnpike, 267

Rebecca riots, 258

Red Hill, see Calne

Red Horn, see Urchfont

Redbridge(Hants), 278–9, 284

Rede, see Read

Redhorn Hill, see Urchfont

Redlynch, see Downton

Redman, Wm., 184

Redruth(Cornw.), 221

Reeves, Hen., 194; Horatio, 193; John, 193–4; Kathleen M., 194; Oswald J., 194; Rob. (d. 1896), 193–4; Rob. J. W. (fl. 1902), 194; Thos. (fl. 1855), 193; Thos. (d. 1904), 194; Thos. Pepler (d. 1848), 84, 193

Reeves, J. & T., 195

Reeves, R. &. J., 194

Reigate (Surr.), 285

Rennie, John, 272–3

Restall, Hen., 240

Rew, R. H., 106

Rey Bridge, see Lacock

Rhè(France), expedition to island of, 417

Richard I, 117, 119, 399, 421

Richard II, 123–4, 129, 133, 304, 395, 403, 437

Richard III, 437

Richard, duke of York (d. 1460), 404, 435, 458

Richard, earl of Cambridge (d. 1415), and his w. Anne, 458

Richards, Sir Gordon, 382

Richardson, see Winterbourne Bassett

Richmond, duke of, see GordonLennox

Richmond, earl of, see Tudor

Rickman, John, 317

Rickwood, Mr., of Longbridge Deverill, 71

Rider, Emory, 230; John, 230; Wm., 230; Mr. (fl. 1829), 85

Ridge, see Chilmark

Ridgeway, the, 254, 420

Rigby, of Swindon, 209

Rimpton (Som.), 19

Ringwood (Hants), 367, 374, 377 riots, 39, 68, 81, 83, 150, 164–5, 167–9, 172–3, 258

Rivaux, Peter de, 436, 441

Rivers, lord, see Pitt roads, 88, 90, 138, 185, 198, 220, 227, 230, 248, 254–71, 322, 407, 410, 412, 415, 417–18, 422, 425, 428; coaching, 256, 264–5; farm roads, 65, 74; turnpikes, 65, 256–71

Robert, earl of Gloucester (d. 1147), 458

Roberts, Arthur, 188, 191

Roberts & Morris, 188, 191–2

Robins, see Robyns

Robson, Mr., lord Pembroke's agent, 95

Robyns, Roger, 130

Roche, Sir John, 439; Wm. de la, 411

Rockbourne Down(Hants), 383

Rockley, in Ogbourne St. Andrew, 12 n; coursing, 382; labour services, 37; pasture, 17; road to, 263, 381; sheep-farming, 21; tax., 301, 310

Rodbourne, see Malmesbury

Rodbourne Cheney, 329, 334; Haydon and Haydon Wick, 300, 309, 334, 356; mineral spring, 386; Moredon, 300, 309, 356; pop., 320, 324–5, 356; rly., 292; Swindon, Even, 356; tax., 300, 309

Roddenbury Hill (Som.), 415–16

Rode (Som.), 139, 415

Roger the Forester, 433

Rollestone, 328, 331; pop., 326, 356; tax., 314

Romsey, Nic. of, 433–4

Romsey (Hants), 259; abbey, estates, 143, 399 n, 414, 416–17

Romsey R.D., 336

Rood Ashton, see Ashton, Steeple

Rooper, Edw., 372

Roppelee, Wm. de, 434 rotation of crops, see field-course rotation

Rotherley Down, see Berwick St. John

'Rothersdune' (? Rough Down, in Ogbourne St. Andrew and Preshute), 17

Rough Down, see 'Rothersdune'

Roundway, lord, see Colston

Roundway, in Bishop's Cannings, 333; barracks, 326; mental hosp., 326; Nursteed, 298, 307; Roundway Down, 378, 382; Roundway Park, 378; pop., 326, 356; tax., 298, 307; Wick, 298, 307

Rousman, Ric., 395

Rowborough, Bishop's, hund., 301, 310

Rowborough, King's, hund., 301, 310

Rowcombe, see Tisbury

Rowde, 258, 330, 333, 407–8; Caen Hill, 256; estate at, 142; ford, 256, 262; Foxhangers, 198, 273; manor, 408–9, 412, 436–7; mineral spring, 386; pop., 346, 356; rly., 291; road to, 407; Rowde Hill, 413; tax., 296, 301, 306

Rowden, see Chippenham

Rowley, see Wingfield

'Rowmarsh', 11

Royal Agricultural Soc., 71, 87, 96 n, 100–1, 193

Royal Air Force, 5, 185, 202, 233; establishments, 326; and see Air Ministry; Aircraft Production; Netheravon Flying Sch.; Royal Flying Corps

Royal Army Ordnance Corps, see army

Royal Artillery Harriers, 377

Royal Artillery(Salisbury Plain) hunt, 370, 374, 377

Royal Flying Corps, 190

Royal Navy, 228; and see Admiralty

Ruabon(Denbigh), 251

Rudge, see Froxfield

Rudloe, see Box

Rugby (Warws.), 374

Rush, E., 85

Rushall, 117 n, 330, 336; estate at, 37; pop., 356; Scales Bridge, 366; tax., 301, 310

Rushey Platt, see Swindon

Rushmore, see Berwick St. John

Russell, Chas., 211; John (fl. 13th cent.), 441; John (fl. 15th cent.), 435; Rob. (fl. 1330), 402; Rob. (fl. 1360), 442; Wm., 423

Russia, empress of, 162; mkt. for goatskins, 236; mkt. for machinery, 198; mkt. for woollens, 161–2, 171

Rutland, earl of, see Edward; Manners

Rutter, I., & Co., 241

Rutty, Dr. John, 387

S

Sackville, Sir Thos., 413

Saddleworth(Yorks. W.R.), 170 n

Sadler, Hen., 413; Sir Ralph, 362; Dr. (fl. 1850), 388

Safernoc, see Savernake Forest

Sainsbury, W., 71

St. Aldhelm, 247

St. Amand, Amauri, 434; Ant. de, 437; Oliver de, 403, 435

St. Amand, lord, see Beauchamp, Ric., Wm.

St. Barbe, see Seinbarb

St. Denis, priory of (Hants), see Southampton

St. Joan à Gore, see Lavington, West

St. John, H., 381

St. John of Jerusalem, see Knights Hospitallers

St. Margaret's Wiltshire Bacon Co. Ltd., 223

St. Maur, see Seymour

St. Omer, Wm., and his w. Eliz., 428

St. Swithin's priory, see Winchester

Salisbury, Edw. of, 392

Salisbury, countess of, see Longespee; earls of, see Cecil; Longespée; Montagu; estates, 27, 37, 408

Salisbury(New Salisbury, New Sarum), 2, 3 n, 4–6, 316, 325, 332; area around, 14, 65, 73, 244, 369, 373, 383; bell-founding, 252–3; brewing, 206; bridges: Fisherton Bridge, 127, 367; Harnham Bridge, 255, 266, 458, 460; Milford Bridge, 255; burgesses of, 428; canals, 278–9; carpet ind., 181–2; charter of incorporation, 234; cholera at, 321; churches, 126–7, 242; City Clock Factory, 201; city convocation, 125; clay pipe ind., 244; clockmaking, 201; corporation, 278–9, 380; cricket, 377–8; dairy products, 227–9; engineering ind., 192, 201, 205–6; Excelsior Works, 201; fairs, 126, 164; fire at, 236; fishing, 363, 366–7; football, 385; forest courts at, 393–5, 399–400, 422, 429, 432, 434; freemasonry, 389–90; Friary Works, 253; gaol, 144; the 'George', 380; gloving ind., 237; guilds, 234, 237, 252; Invicta Leather Works, 236; iron&-foundry, 321; lace ind., 180; linen ind., 178; mkts., 16, 138, 459; mkt. for cheese, 224; mkt. for lace, 180; mkt. for woollens, 120, 124–9, 164; mayors, 125, 127–8, 140, 380, and see Bitterlegh; Doudyng; metal ind., 184; mills, 173 n, 242, 245; museum, 243–4, 363, 367; Old Sarum works, 205; Old Town mill, 242; paper ind., 245; pop., 320–2, 324, 326, 356; racing, 377, 379–80, 382; rlys., 279, 282–8, 290–2; roads to, 138, 201, 242, 255–6, 262, 264–6, and see Hungerford to Salisbury turnpike; Poole Roads turnpike; Salisbury and Basingstoke turnpike; Salisbury and Basingstoke (via Stockbridge) turnpike; Salisbury and Southampton turnpike; Salisbury and Southampton (via Romsey) turnpike; Salisbury to Blandford turnpike; royal visit, 182; St. Edmund's ch., 126–7; St. Edmund's fair, 126; St. Nicholas's hosp., 320–1; St. Thos.'s ch., 242; schs., 322, 324; silk ind., 176–7; streets, &c.: Brown St., 192; the Canal, 242; Castle Road, 205; Chipper Lane, 126; Culver St., 252; Endless St., 126, 236; Exeter St., 242; Fisherton St., 201; the Friary, 201, 206; High St., 380; Mill Road, 201; Paynes Hill, 236; St. Anne's St., 245; Salt Lane, 244; Silver St., 242; Winchester St., 127, 252; tanning, 234–6; tax., 294, 296, 303–6, 312; tobacco ind., 241–2; training sch., 322; weavers' chantry, 126; weavers' hall, 126; the 'White Hart', 372; wool-merchants, see mkt. for woollens; woollen ind., 119–28, 137–8, 140, 149–51, 154–5, 158–61, 167–8, 171, 176; workho., 320–1; and see Bemerton; Fisherton Anger; Harnham, West; Milford

Salisbury, bps. of, see Beauchamp, Ric.; Ghent; Poore; Ward, Seth; estates, 37, 62, 298 n, 408, 423, 428

Salisbury cathedral, 248, 368, 410; dean, see Scammell; dean and chapter, 410; income from forest tithe, 392, 398, 420, 429, 433, 436, 438, 441; processions to, 432; succentor's estate, 28

Salisbury, Old (Old Sarum, Sorviodunum), 1, 119, 331, 427; cathedral, 248; pop., 357–8; roads to, 254–5, 425; tax., 294, 296, 311–12, 314

Salisbury and Basingstoke turnpike, 259, 268–9

Salisbury and Basingstoke (via Stockbridge) turnpike, 269

Salisbury and District Football League, 383

Salisbury & Dorset Junction Rly., 286

Salisbury & Southampton Canal, 279

Salisbury and Southampton turnpike, 259, 264, 268

Salisbury and Southampton(via Romsey) turnpike, 259–60, 264, 269

Salisbury and Wilton R.D., 336–8, 357

Salisbury Journal, 163, 167

Salisbury Plain, 1, 5, 27, 72, 115, 120, 206, 254, 261–2, 265–6, 290–2, 362–3, 376, 380, 383

Salisbury R.D., 331, 336, 357

Salisbury Rly. & Market Ho. Rly., 287

Salisbury, Semley and Gillingham Dairies Co. Ltd., 13, 226–7

Salisbury to Blandford turnpike, 259, 264, 269

Salisbury to Shaftesbury turnpike, 262, 264, 270

Salmon, A. J., 195

Salter, Sam., 171

Salter, Messrs., of Trowbridge, 164

Salterton, see Durnford

Salthrop, see Wroughton

Saltley (formerly in Aston, Warws., now part of Birmingham), G.W.R. works, 5, 325

Saltney (Flintshire), 213

Sampson, Wal., 311 n

Sandbourne Sturmy, or West Sandbourne (lost), 418

Sandford, Hugh de, 403, 434; Ric. de, 403, 434, 436; Thos. (I) de, 403, 433–4, 436; Thos. (II) de, 403, 434; Warner de, 403, 434

Sandridge, see Melksham

Sandwich, Ralph of, 436

Sandys, Wm., lord Sandys (d. 1540), 426

Sanger, John, 244

Santype Ltd., 192

Sapperton (Glos.), 275; canal tunnel, 275, 278

Sarll, Messrs., of London, 251

Sarum, see Salisbury

Saunders, see Randell & Saunders

Saunders (textile factory), of Bradford, 174

Saunders and Bolitho's brake system, 214

Saunders & Co., of Chippenham, 187

Saunders & Tanner, 186

Savage, Geof. le, 439; W. Bryan, 203

Savage Transformers Ltd., 203

Savernake, North and South, 329–30, 334–5, 377; Brimslade, 329, 334, 357; Bruce canal tunnel, 273; Cadley, 329, 334, 342, 357; hosp., 326; Leigh Hill (Morley), 396, 422; pop., 326, 357; rly., 287, 290, 292

Savernake estate, see Ailesbury, marquesses of

Savernake Forest(Safernoc) (Marlborough Forest), 10 n, 119, 369–70, 391–4, 400–1, 417–25; bailiwicks, 398, 421–2, Bedwyn Brails, 398, 421–2, Farm, 419–22, Hippenscombe, 398, 418, 421–2, 424, 425–6, and see Hippenscombe, Southgrove, 398, 419, 421–3, West, 398, 419–22, 424; bounds, 399–400, 417–20, 448–51; courts, 396, 421; pleas, 394–5, 398, 422; regards, 395; wardens, 393, 396, 398, 400, 418– 23, 425, 438–40; other officers, 394, 396, 398, 419–22, 424, 439–40; woods, &c., 418–20, 423–4; Boreham Wood, 399, 418–19; Holme Wood, 10n; Iwood, 420, 422, 424; Oxenwood, see Shalbourne; Panterwick, 420, 422

Savernake Park, 48, 62

Sawtell's bedding factory, 387

Saxby, John, 199; and see Westinghouse Brake (and Saxby Signal) Co. Ltd.

Saxby & Farmer, 199, 213

Saxony, wool from, 169, 171

Sayer, John, 244

Scales Bridge, see Rushall

Scammell, Wal., dean of Salisbury, 399, 459

Schenectady(New York state, U.S.A.), 220

Scot, see Scott

'Scotch' carpets, 181

Scotland, 84, 88, 194, 198; dairy products, 226; mkt. for bacon, 222–3; mkt. for dairy products, 229; raids from, 294

Scott (Scot), Rob., 160; T. C., 87; Thos., 145; Wm., 120

Scott pans, 226

Scout Motor Car Co., 201

'Scrutator', see Horlock, K. W.

Seagry, 329, 333; pop., 357; tax., 301, 309–10

'Sealwudu', 391, 402, 414; and see Selwood Forest

Second World War, 4, 5, 102, 188, 191–2, 200, 202–5, 217, 219, 221–3, 228–9, 233, 235–6, 242, 250, 266, 293, 363, 365, 371, 373–5

Sedgehill, 328, 335; bacon-curing, 223; pop., 357

Seend, 333, 335, 407–9, 411–12; canal, 274; ch., 137; iron&-working, 250–1; manor, 411; merchants, 133; mineral spring, 386, 388; pop., 353, 357; rly., 251; roads to, 259, 261, and see Seend to Trowbridge and Beckington turnpike; Seend Park, 411; tax., 300, 310; woollen ind., 137, 158, 166 n

Seend to Trowbridge and Beckington turnpike, 259, 268

Seiberling Co., 233

Seinbarb, Hugh, 140

Selbee, Jacob, 240

Selby-Lowndes, Major M. W., 374

Self Changing Gramophones Ltd., 205

Selkley hund., 301, 305, 310, 330, 357

Sellick, John, 246

Selwood Forest in Som., 391, 394–5, 414, 416

Selwood Forest in Wilts. ('Sealwudu', 'Westbury Forest'), 49, 391, 399 n, 401, 414–17; bounds, 400, 414–16, 448; pleas, 394–5, 416; regards, 395, 416; wardens, 396, 398, 400, 416, 437–8; other officers, 416; woods, &c., 415–17

Sem, riv., 458

Semington, in Steeple Ashton, 332, 335, 415; canal, 207, 273–4, 277; kennels, 375; Littleton, see Ashton, Steeple; pop., 319–20, 340, 357; tax., 302, 311

Semington brook, 363, 407, 415

Semley, 224, 327, 335, 337; dairy products, 227; pop., 357; sheepfarming, 28; tax., 298, 311 n

Sergeant, fam., of Trowbridge, 188

Sevenhampton, see Highworth

Severn, riv., 230, 275, 278, 280, 285; navigation commissioners, 278; and see Thames & Severn Canal

Severn tunnel, 289

Sewey, Wm., see Stowford

Sewster, Edw., 406

Seymour(St. Maur), Alex., 440; Edw., duke of Somerset (d. 1552), 48, 400, 403–4, 421, 440; Edw., earl of Hertford (d. 1613), 400; Edw., earl of Hertford (d. 1621), 421, 440; Sir Francis, 154; Sir John (I), 421, 439–40; John (II), 420, 439–40; Sir John (III), 421, 440; Maud, see Esturmy; Nic., 15; Roger, 421; fam., 61–62, 401

Shaftesbury, earls of, see Cooper

Shaftesbury (Dors.), 372–3, 416, 458; abbey, estates, 28, 142 n, 431, 459; roads to, 138, 255–6, 259, 263, 265, 415, and see Salisbury to Shaftesbury turnpike; Shaftesbury and Sherborne turnpike

Shaftesbury and Sherborne turnpike, 259, 268

Shaftesbury R.D., 335

Shalbourne, East and West, 64, 315, 329, 335–6, 418–19; Bagshot, 329, 357, 418; Newtown, 329, 357; Oxenwood, 10n, 357, 418, 422; pop., 357; quarry, 248; tax., 300, 309

Sharnesfield, Sir Nic. de, 409, 437

Sharp, Jas., 272

Shaw, in Chute, see Chute

Shaw, in Lydiard Millicent, see Lydiard

Shaw, in Overton, see Overton

sheep, breeds of, 70–71, 109–10; and see Blackface; Cheviot; Hampshire Downs; Leicester; Merino; Southdown; Spanish; Wiltshire

Sheepbridge, see Swallowfield

Shelburne, earl of, see Petty-FitzMaurice

Sheldon, see Chippenham

Shepherd's Shore, see Cannings, Bishop's

Sheppard, M. V., 250; Mr. (fl. c. 1840), 207; fam., 164 n

Shepton Mallet (Som.), 167 and n

Sherborne (Dors.), 459; and see Shaftesbury and Sherborne turnpike

Sheregold, Wm., 127

Sherfield English (Hants), 431

Sherrington, 327, 337–8; labour services, 30–31; pop., 357; rly., 291; tallage, 34; tax., 297, 307, 314

Sherston, Great (Sherston Magna) and Little (Pinkney, or Sherston Parva), 327, 334, 363; engineering ind., 205; field-course rotation, 14; meadow, 17; pop., 324, 357; silk ind., 177, 205; tax., 298, 307–8; textile ind., 179; and see'Easton'

Sherston branch of riv. Avon, 205

Shetland Isles, 222

Shinfield (Berks., formerly partly Wilts.), 315, 326, 357; Diddenham, 297, 306, 357 n

Shockerwick (Som.), 247

Shoddesden (Hants), 427

Shopland, J. P., 290

Shorncote (Glos., formerly Wilts.), 299, 308, 314–15, 329, 333, 357; Todmore Common, 65

Short Street, see Dilton

Shorthorn cattle, 86, 101–2

Shrapnel, fam., 164 n

Shrewsbury, 126

Shrewton, 58, 98, 327, 331; Bustard Inn, 266, 362; Net Down, 299, 308; pop., 357; rly., 291; road to, 266; tax., 299, 308

Shripple, see Idmiston

Shrivenham (Berks.), 85, 275 n; canal, 274; rly., 282

Shropshire, 94; wool from, 156

Shroton (Dors.), 458

Siddington (Glos.), 275

Silchester (Berks.), 285

Silton, 335

Simeon, Simon, 421–2, 439

Simon, see Humphries & Simon Ltd.

Sinclair, Sir John, 66

Sirdar Rubber Co., 230, 231 n

Skeines, Jas., 244

Skelton, Thos., 252

Skillyng, John and Faith, 37

Skues, G. E. M., 368

Skynner, Thos., 237

Slade, H. V., 204

Slaughterford, 327, 333; Chaps mill, 246; mills, 190, 246, 321; paper ind., 190, 246, 321; pop., 246, 321, 357; tax., 298, 308; woollen ind., 158

Sleigh, Major H., 376

Slimbridge (Glos.), 189

Small (Smawlle), —, weaver, 145

Small Farmers' and Labourers' Land Co., 87

Smallbrook, see Warminster

Smart, T., 379

Smawlle, see Small

Smeddle, R. A., 218

Smith, Goddard, 381; Hen. Herbert, 222; J. (fl. 1756), 160; J. (fl. 1935), 379; John (fl. 1665), 240; John (fl. c. 1700), 244; John F. (fl. 1889), 232 n; Sidney, 212; Thos., 244; W. A. (fl. 1935), 379; Wm. (fl. 17th cent.), 240; and see Tilke & Smith

Smith, J. & T. A., 235

Smithcot, see Dauntsey

Smithfield, Thos., 244

Smithfield, see London

Smollett, Tobias, 386

Snap, see Aldbourne

Snelgar, John, 245; Jos., 245; Sam., 245; Wm., 245

Snell, Nic., 48–49

Snook, E.E., 242; F., 241–2; F. J., 242

Sodbury, Chipping (Glos.), 139, 259, 285, 370, 395

Sodbury and Marshfield turnpike, 259, 268

Soho, see Handsworth

Somborne, Kings (Hants), 285

Somer, John, 129

Somerford Common, see Somerford, Great and Little

Somerford, Great and Little (Somerford Mauduyt), 29 n, 329, 334, 405; churchscot, 35; gloving ind., 237; incl., 68; Kingsmead Mill level crossing, 288; labour services, 31, 37; meadow, 31, 78; mineral spring, 386; pop., 321, 357; rly., 288; roads to, 263; Somerford Common, 40; Startley, 310, 312; tax., 301, 310

Somerford Keynes (Glos., formerly Wilts.), 14, 315, 329, 333; pop., 69, 357; tallage, 34; tax., 299, 308

Somerford Mauduyt, see Somerford, Great and Little

Somerset, Hen., duke of Beaufort (d. 1745), 370; Hen., duke of Beaufort (d. 1803), 381; Hen., duke of Beaufort (d. 1853), 370; Hen. Adelbert Wellington Fitzroy, duke of Beaufort (d. 1924), 371, 375; Hen. Chas., duke of Beaufort (d. 1835), 369, 370; Hen. Chas. Fitzroy, marquess of Somerset, later duke of Beaufort (d. 1899), 370–2, 375; Hen. Hugh Arthur Fitzroy, duke of Beaufort (living 1958), 371

Somerset, duke of, see Seymour, Edw.

Somerset, earl of, see Beaufort

Somerset, 92, 103, 111; boundaries, 315; coalfields, 230, 274, 277, and seeSomersetshire Coal Canal; cricket, 378; dairy products from, 225, 229; forests, 393–4, 416, and see Selwood Forest in Som.; gloving ind., 237–40; hunting, 370–1; linen ind., 178; pigs from, 221; sheepfarming, 71; silk ind., 176; tax., 294 and n; turnpike roads, 264; woollen ind., 2, 139, 148–9, 154, 158, 166–7, 173

Somersetshire Coal Canal, 273–4, 276

Somerton, lord, see Agar

Sopworth, 327, 334; pop., 357; tax., 298, 308, 314

Sorviodunum, see Salisbury, Old

Sousley Water, see Leckford

South African War, 372

South & Midlands Junction Rly., 284

South and West Wilts. hunt, 369, 371–7

South Devon hunt, 372

South Downs, 254; and see Southdown

South-Eastern Rly., 285

South of England coursing club, 383

South Oxfordshire hunt, 372

South Wales Rly., 283

South-west Wilts. Farming Soc., 87

South-Western Rly., 285; and see London & South-Western Rly.

South Wilts. and Warminster Farmers' Club, 87

South Wilts. Bacon Curing Co. Ltd., 223

South Wilts. Chamber of Agriculture, 88

South Wilts., hunt, 369, 372–3; and see South and West Wilts.

South Wiltshire cricket club, 378

Southampton, 2, 119–20; canal, 278–9; carpet ind., 182; gloving ind., 239; goods from, 138, 140; mkt. for woollens, 126–7, 138, 151; migration of ind. from, 203; Northam, 279; priory of St. Denis, 119; rly., 280, 284–5, 289–90, 292; roads to, 255–6, 265–6, and see Salisbury and Southampton turnpike; show, 71; and see'Hampton'

Southampton & Dorchester Rly., 286

Southbroom (Devizes St. James), see Cannings, Bishop's

Southby, A., 245

Southdown (Sussex Down) sheep, 70–71, 86, 156, 182

Southend-on-Sea (Essex), 204

Southern Command, see army

Southern Football League, 384

Southern Rly., 287, 292–3; and see London & Brighton Rly.; London & South Western Rly.

Southern Tanning Co. Ltd., 236

Southgrove, see Savernake Forest

Southleigh Wood, see Sutton Veny

Southwick, in North Bradley, 338, 415, 417; Langham, 415; park, 417; pop., 342, 357; tax., 302, 311

Spackman, C. F., 378; H. G., 378; L., 378

Spain, mkt. for woollens, 137–8, 151–2; wool from, and 'Spanish cloth', 120, 153–6, 158, 160, 162–3, 164 n, 169, 171

Spanish cloth, see Spain, wool from

Spanish sheep, 24

Spanish wars, 151–2

Spear Bros. & Clark Ltd., 223

Speenhamland (Berks.), 258

Spencer, C. J., 190

Spencer, Geo. & Co., 231

Spencer, Geo., Moulton & Co., 229– 33

Spencers (Melksham) Ltd., 190–1

Spicer, Capt. F., 371, 376; Capt. John, 369, 371, 375

Spinster, Joan (Johanna Spynnestre), 127

Spray, Lower, see Inkpen

Spye Park, see Chittoe

Spynnestre, see Spinster

Squarey, E. P., 75–76, 78, 86–87, 105–6; and see Rawlence & Squarey

Stafford, Thos., 437

Staffordshire, coal from, 275; mkt. for iron ore, 251

Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, 275

Staffordshire cattle, 79

Stamford (Lincs.), 117–18, 120, 124

Stancomb, F. W., 378; John, 187

Standen, North, see Hungerford

Standen, South, see Chute

Standlynch, see Downton

Stanley, in Bremhill, 274, 408–9; abbey, 119–20, 247, 250, 402, 404, 409–12; bridge, 291; mill, 145; pop., 344; tax., 298, 308; woollen ind., 145

Stanley Grove, see Trowbridge

Stanton, —, of Trowbridge, 187

Stanton Fitzwarren, 329, 334; pop., 324, 358; rly., 282; tax., 300, 309

Stanton St. Bernard, 57–58, 330, 333; fields, 51; incl., 49; pop., 320, 358; tax., 301, 310

Stanton St. Quintin, 329, 332–3; emigration from, 324; field-course rotation, 14; pop., 324, 358; tax., 301, 310

Staple hund., 294, 301, 305, 310, 358, 403; and see Highworth, Cricklade, and Staple hund.

Stapleford, 327, 337–8, 368, 432; ch., 248; pop., 322, 358; tax., 297, 307

Stapleton, Lady — (fl. 1607), 413

Stares, John, 253

Startley, see Somerford, Great and Little

Startley hund., 296, 301, 305

Staunton, John, 435

Staverton, in Trowbridge, 332, 335; dairy products, 227–9; mills, 174, 227; pop., 358–9; rly., 291; tax., 300, 310; woollen ind., 172, 173 n, 174

Steeple Ashton, see Ashton

Steeple Knoyle, see Knoyle, East, Milton

Steeple Langford, see Langford

Stephen, King, 399

Stephen, Ralph s. of. 436

Stephens, see Stevens

Stephenson, Geo., 285–6

Stert, 87, 330, 333, 405; labour services, 30; manor, 16; pop., 358–9; sheep-farming, 19–21, 25; tallage, 34; tax., 301, 310

Stevens (Stephens), Edmund, 155; Hen., 242; J. E., 379

Stevens, H., & Co., 241–2

Stevens, Blackmore & Sons, 182

Steventon (Stynynton) (Berks.), 282; priory, 415

Stitchcombe, see Mildenhall

Stock, Stock Street, see Calne

Stockbridge (Hants), 380

Stockbridge R.D., 331, 337

Stockley, see Calne

Stockton, 40–41, 193 n, 328, 337–8, 431 n, 432; cricket, 378; fishing, 368; pop., 358; sheep-farming, 27; Stockton Down, 377; Stockton Ho., 382–3; tax., 299, 307; tenants' disaffection, 39; woollen ind., 149, 154

Stoford, see Newton, South

Stoke, see Bratton

Stoke, Limpley, in Bradford-on-Avon, 173 and n, 332, 415; canal, 274; Dundas aqueduct, 273; mill, 229, 232; mineral spring, 386, 388; pop., 358; rly., 232; road to, 259; rubber ind., 229–30, 232; woollen ind., 229, 232

Stoke Farthing, see Chalke

Stokes, John, 137

Stokke, see Bedwyn Great

Stone, Wm., 153 n

Stonehenge, 115; coursing at, 383; cricket at, 377–8; Stonehenge Inn, see Amesbury

Stopham, Rob. de, 441

Storkman, Wm., 413

Stormore, see Dilton

Stourton, John of, 416; Roger of, 416, 438; Thos., lord Stourton (d. 1744), 380

Stourton, 315, 329, 335, 414–17; manor, 416; pop., 358; silk ind., 176; tax., 301, 310

Stow-on-the-Wold (Glos.), 284

Stowell, see Overton

Stowford (or Sewey), Wm., 134–6, 142, 143 n

Stowford, see Wingfield

Strachey, John, 240

Stradling, W., 245

Strange, John, 388

Strange & Webber, 186

Stratford-sub-Castle, 330–1, 336–7; Avon (South), 51, 295 n, 297, 306, 358; pop., 69, 358; tax., 302, 311, 314

Stratford Tony, 327, 331, 336–7; labour services, 37; pop., 358; tax., 298, 307

Strathfieldsaye (Hants), 458

Stratton, Frank, 107; John, 242; Ric., 86; Wm., 86; fam., 86

Stratton, Frank & Co., 107–8

Stratton St. Margaret, 329, 334; bacon-curing, 223; canal, 274; munitions ind., 292; pop., 320–1, 324–6, 358; rly., 282, 288, 291–2; tax., 300, 309

Stroud (Glos.), 84, 139, 145, 175, 188, 371; canal, 275; rly., 278; road to, 265

Stroud Brewery Co., 204

Stroud valley, 145, 291

Stroudwater Canal, 275

Strugnal, John, 245

Studfold hund., 301, 310

Studley, Ailric of, 395

Studley, in Calne, see Calne

Studley, in Trowbridge, see Trowbridge

Stukeley, Wm., 240

Stumpe, Sir Jas., 146, 435; John, 147; Wm., 146–7; his s. Wm., 147

Sturmid, Sturmy, see Esturmy

Sturrock, Archibald, 208

Stynynton, see Steventon

Suffolk, earl of, see Howard, Thos.

Suffolk and Berkshire, countess of, see Howard, Marguerite; earl of, estates, 88–89

Suffolk cattle, 79

Summer, see Somer

Summerham brook, 407

Sumsion, Isaac, 249; fam., 249

Sunton, see Collingbourne Kingston

Surrendell, see Hullavington

Sussex, ch. bells, 252; wool from, 156

Sussex Down sheep, see Southdown

Suter, see Edwards & Suter

Sutton Benger, 329, 332–3; pop., 320, 358; rly., 282; road to, 263; tax., 298, 310

Sutton, Little, see Sutton Veny

Sutton Mandeville, 327, 335, 337; labour services, 37; pop., 358; tanning, 235; tax., 297, 307

Sutton Veny, 330, 337–8, 415; emigration from, 320; demesne leased, 36 n; Great Sutton, 302; hunting, 372; kennels, 369, 372–3, 376; Little Sutton, 302, 311, 376; Newnham, 302, 311, 415; pop., 358; rly., 292; sheep-farming, 19, 21–23, 25; Southleigh Wood, 415–16; tax., 302, 311

Swadden, fam., 149

Swaffham (Norf.), 382

Swain (Swahyn), Hen., 308 n

Swallowcliffe, 115, 328, 335, 337; pop., 324, 358; tax., 299, 308; woollen ind., 123

Swallowfield (Berks., formerly partly Wilts.), 267 n, 271 n, 315, 326, 358; Farley Hill, 297, 306; Sheepbridge, Great and Little, 297, 306

Swanborough hund., 299 n, 301, 310, 330, 358, 429

Swansea (Glam.), 265, 283

Sweden, mkt. for rubber, 233

Sweet, Thos., 248

Swindon (Old and New), 5, 6, 100, 329, 369, 374; area around, 65, 77, 97; Arkell Hall, Gorse Hill, 204; bacon-curing, 223; Broom, 302, 311; canal, 273–5, 277–8; Castle Foundry, 202; Coate Water, 277; ch., 214, 217; corporation, 277, 316; County Ground, 384; cricket, 378–9; the Croft, 384; Eastcott, 297, 306, 358; engineering ind., 183, 189, 195–6, 198, 202–5, and see Swindon, G.W.R. works; fires at, 211, 218; football, 383–5; freemasonry, 389–90; G.W.R. works, 5, 80, 183, 198–9, 207–19, 324–5; gloving ind., 237; Golden Lion Bridge, 202; hunt entrained at, 371; incorporation, 316; inns: 'Bell', 381; 'Goddard Arms', 381; the Lawn, 381; mkt. for mineral waters, 388; mechanics institute, 211; mineral spring, 386; munitions ind., 204, 218–19, 292; pop., 183, 209, 212, 320–1, 324–6, 358; quarry, 247–9; rlys., 196, 207, 276–7, 280, 282–5, 288–9, 292–3, 322; roads to, 260, 266, and see Burford to Lechlade, &c. turnpike; Swindon and Faringdon turnpike; Swindon and Hungerford turnpike; Swindon, Calne and Cricklade turnpike; Swindon, Marlborough and Everleigh turnpike; Rushey Platt, 289, 292–3; St. Mark's ch., 214, 217; streets, &c.: Bradford Road, 196; Broome Manor Lane, 385; Bristol St., 214; Colbourne St., 242; Kembrey St., 205; Newcastle St., 203; Oxford Road, 223; Prospect Place, 196; Regent St., 202; St. Margaret's Road, 384; Victoria and Albert St., 202; Wood St., 189, 202; Swindon Hill, 247; tanning, 234; tax., 297, 300, 306, 309; tobacco ind., 240, 242, Walcot, 297, 306; water-supply, 364; West Swindon, 297; Westcott, 297, 306; and see New Swindon Improvement Soc.

Swindon & Cheltenham Extension Rly., 289–90

Swindon and District Football League, 383–4

Swindon and Faringdon turnpike, 260, 263, 270

Swindon and Hungerford turnpike, 263, 271

Swindon, Calne and Cricklade turnpike, 260, 263, 271

Swindon Engineering Co., 196

Swindon, Marlborough & Andover Rly., 289–90

Swindon, Marlborough and Everleigh turnpike, 262–3, 270

Swindon, Even, see Rodbourne Cheney

Swindon R.D., 334

Switzerland, imports from, 203; tobacco ind., 241

Sydney (Australia), 192

Syrencot, see Figheldean

T

Tailor, see Taylor

Tanner, John, 145; Ric. le, 234; Wm., 84; fams., 234; and see Saunders & Tanner

Taskers, of Andover, 198

Tattersall's, 372

Taunton, S. J., 111

Taunton (Som.), 153, 264–5; rly., 283, 285, 289

Taylor (Tailor), Alec, sr. and jr., 382; Nic., 128

Teape, see Wiggins, Teape, Carter & Barlow

Tedworth hunt, 369–70, 372–3, 376–7

Tedworth Woodland hunt, 369–70, 377

Teffont Evias, 16, 40–41, 328, 335, 337, 431; field-course rotation, 14; labour services, 38; quarries, 247–9; pop., 358; sheep-farming, 19, 23, 28; tax., 299, 308; tobacco-growing, 241; wages, 40; warren, 18

Teffont Magna, 87, 330, 335, 337, 431; pop., 358; tax., 302, 311; tobacco-growing, 241

Telford, Thos., 262, 264

Temmse, Joan, abbess of Lacock, 144

Temple, Wm., 165

Temple Combe (Som.), 227

Templeton (Hants), see 'Inglewood'

Terumber (Terymber, Tyrrymber) (or Coker, or Toker, Towker or Tucker, or of Bradford), Jas., 134–6, 138–9, 141–2; his w. Joan, 135

Tetbury (Glos.), 84, 139, 144, 363

Tetbury R.D., 337, 358

Tewkesbury abbey (Glos.), estates, 145 n, 402, 405

Teynturer, John le, 120

Thame, Philip de, 15

Thame valley, 391

Thames, Thos., 304 n

Thames, riv., 74, 272–6, 362–3; navigation commissioners, 275; valley, 79

Thames & Severn Canal, 272, 274–8

Thames Conservancy, 278

Thingley, see Corsham

Thirty Years War, 4, 151

Thomas of Lancaster, duke of Clarence (d. 1421), 129

Thomas s. of Bernard, 433

Thomas (fl. 1377), 311 n

Thomas, Jas., 230

Thompson, Geo., 245; Wm., 245; and see Edwards & Thompson

Thorn, Jas., 245

Thorneburgh, Edw., 427; John, 426–7

Thornhill, in Broad Town, see Broad Town

Thornhill, in Malmesbury, see Malmesbury

Thornhill hund., 302, 305, 311

Thorpe, Wm., 434

Thoulstone, see Upton Scudamore

Throope, see Bishopstone (South)

Thynne, Sir John, 48, 248; John Alex., marquess of Bath (d. 1896), 95–96; Sir Thos. (fl. 17th cent.), 380; Thos., vct. Weymouth (d. 1751), 380; fam., estates (Longleat estate), 61, 95–96, 103–5, 248

Tidcombe and Fosbury, 329, 335–6, 418–19, Fosbury camp, 418; manor, 419; pop., 359; tax., 300, 309

Tidpit, see Martin

Tidworth, North, 326, 331, 336, 425; dairy products, 226; barracks, 325–6; coursing, 383; cricket, 378; engineering ind., 206; military garrison, 226; ordnance depot, 206; Perham Down, 378; plague at, 39; pop., 325–6, 359; road to, 256; rly., 292; tax., 297

Tidworth, South (Hants), 369, 425

Tidworth Camp Rly., 290

Tilke & Smith, 198, 203

Till, riv., 368; valley, 14

Tilshead, 1, 305, 327, 331; the 'Black Horse', 377; pop., 324, 326, 359; road to, 266; sheep-farming, 28; tax., 299, 302, 308, 311; Tilshead Lodge, 382

'Timberhill', see Downton

Tinhead, see Edington

Tinhead and Trowbridge turnpike, 259, 264, 268

Tintometer Ltd., 206

Tisbury, East and West, 328, 335, 337, 368, 373, 459; carpet ind., 182; dairy products, 226–7; gloving ind., 237; Hatch, 28, 296, 299, 308; ironfoundry, 325; mill, 458; pop., 320–1, 325, 359; Pythouse, 460; quarry, 248; Rowcombe park (now Lawn Farm), 18; sheep-farming, 28; tanning, 234; tax., 299, 303, 308, 312; woollen ind., 123

Tisbury R.D., 335, 337, 359; and see Mere and Tisbury R.D.

Tisbury Union, workho., 320–1, 325

Titt, John Wallis, 193–5, 198, 219

Tiverton (Devon), 221

Toby, Wm., 413

Tockenham, 329, 333, 381: pop., 320, 359; tax., 297, 300, 309

Tndd, Gen., 382

Todmore Common, see Shorncote

Tog Hill, see Ashton, Cold

Toker, see Terumber; Tucker

Tollard Royal, 327, 335, 337, 458, 460; pop., 359; tax., 298, 307

Toone, John Vidler, 194; Wm., Carson, 194; and see Carson & Toone

Topp, fam., 149

Tosier, Clement, 253

Totnes (Devon), 221

Tottenham Park (London, formerly Mdx.), 89

Toulouse (Haute Garonne, France), 140 n

Tourist Trophy Race, 201

Tournai (Belgium), 181 n

Tovye, John, 237

Towards (? i.e. Forward), J. W., 245

Towker, see Terumber; Tucker

Toyd Farm and Allenford, see Martin

Trade, Board of, 216, 218, 288; rly. department, 283

trade unions, 218; and see Engineers and Machinists; Enginemen's and Firemen's; Railway Workers; Transport and General Workers'; Workers' Union

Transport and General Workers' Union, 227

Treadwell, Jem, 372

Tree, Jeremy, 382

Tregoze, John, 404; Rob., 404

Tring (Herts.), 282

Tropenell, Thos., 247

Trowbridge, J., 85

Trowbridge, 10, 16, 329, 332, 416; area around, 77, 260, 273, 370; almshouse, 135–6, 144; Ashton Common, 259; bacon-curing, 222; barracks, 320–1; ch., 135–6; chantry, 135; clay pipe ind., 244; Cradle Bridge mills, 202; cricket, 378; dairy products, 225–7; engineering ind., 170, 186–8, 190–2, 202, 205; estate at, 141–2; fair, 135; football, 385; forest court at, 417; freemasonry, 389–90; gasworks, 282; incl., 68; Innox mill, 222; labour services, 32; manor, 416 n; mkt., 133, 135; mills, 135, 158, 169, 171, 186, 191, 202, 222; mineral spring, 386; munitions ind., 188; paper from, 247; pop., 318, 320–1, 323, 325, 359; rly., 230, 282, 284–5, 292–3; rectory, 135; riots, 164–5, 169; roads to, 256, 260–1, and see Seend to Trowbridge and Beckington turnpike; Tinhead and Trowbridge turnpike; St. George's Works, 188; Stanley Grove, 10; streets, &c., 188, 190–2, 222, 259 n, 385; Bythesea Road, 226, 385; Studley, 135, 300, 310; tanning, 234–5; tax., 300; tobacco ind., 240, 242; unemployment, 188; wage labour, 33; West of Eng. Cloth Mills, 186; Woodfin's foundry, 188, 191; woollen ind., 2, 4–5, 20, 121, 133–43, 145, 150, 156, 157–8, 161, 163–5, 166 and n, 167–72, 173 n, 174–6, 186–7, 191, 222, 318, 325; Wyke, 310; and see Staverton; Trowle

Trowbridge and District Football League, 383

'Trowbridge formula', 188

Trowle, in Bradford and Trowbridge, 296, 415; pop., 341; tax., 297, 300' 306, 310

Trussell, Wm., 411

Tuchet, Geo., lord Audley (later earl of Castlehaven) (d. 1617), 417; Jas., earl of Castlehaven (d. 1740), 381; Mervin, earl of Castlehaven (d. 1631), 414

Tucker (Towker), Hen., 129; J. (fl. 18th cent.), 161; Jas. (fl. 15th cent), see Terumber

Tudor (or of Hadham), Edmund, earl of Richmond, 435

Tull, John, 245; fam., of Shalbourne, 64

'Turkey' carpets, 182

Turner, John T. F., 249; and see Gray & Turner

turnpikes, see roads

Twerton (Som.), 167

Twyford, see Hurst

Tyderyngton Cayleweye, see Tytherington Kellaways

Tyrrymber, see Terumber

Tytherington, 328, 376; pop., 359; tax., 300, 309

Tytherington Kellaways (Kellaways, Tyderyngton Cayleweye), 327, 332– 3, 408; pop., 351, 359; tax., 307

Tytherley, West (Hants), 296–7, 315, 427

Tytherton, see Chippenham

U

Uffcott, see Hinton, Broad

Ufford, Rob. de, 400, 434

Ugford, see Newton, South

Ulster, earl of, see Burgh, John de

Uncles, Berkley, 186, 190

Uncles, Berkley, & Co. Ltd., 186

Underditch hund., 302, 330, 359, 429

Union Castle Co., 228

United Commercial Syndicate, 277

United Dairies Ltd., 226–7; and see Wilts. United Dairies Ltd.

United States, armed forces, 206, 239; bacon-curing, 220–1; consul, 175; emigration to, 318–19, 323; engineering ind., 188; imports from, 79, 97–99, 101, 203; interest in Wilts, ind., 200, 229–33; mkt. for bacon, 221; mkt. for gloves, 238; mkt. for leather, 236; mkt. for linen, 178; mkt. for stone, 249; mkt. for woollens, 162, 171; rubber ind., 229–33; War of Independence, 162

Upavon, 41, 330, 336, 425; Casterley camp, 250; demesne leased, 36 n; estate at, 37; fishing, 366; ploughing matches, 87; pop., 326, 359; R.A.F. establishment, 326; road to, 260; tax., 301, 310; wages, 39

Upham, see Aldbourne

Upton, in East Knoyle, 9, 17, 415; labour services, 30; mineral spring, 386; pop., 351; sheep-farming, 19, 24–25, 27; tax., 300, 309; woollen ind., 122

Upton Lovell, 328, 337–8; labour services, 38; mills, 172, 175; pop., 359; rly., 291; tax., 300; woollen ind., 122, 172, 173 n, 175

Upton Scudamore, 18, 330, 337–8, 415; Norridge, 18, 302, 311, 314, 417; pop., 359; rly., 283; sheepfarming, 19–23; tax., 302, 311; Thoulstone, 302, 311, 314, 415

Urchfont, 41, 330, 333, 369, 377; Eastcott, 14, 39, 301, 310, 359; emigration from, 321; incl., 48; Lydeway, 359; pop., 321, 359; Red Horn, 262; Redhorn Hill, 266; sheep-farming, 21, 25, 28; tax., 301, 310; tenants' disaffection, 39; Wedhampton, 39, 41, 301, 310, 359

Uvedale, Sir Wm., 442

V

Vale of Avon and Farmers' coursing club, 383

Vale of White Horse hunt (V.W.H.), 369, 371–2, 374; Cirencester div. (Earl Bathurst's hunt), 369, 374–5; Cricklade div., 369, 374–5

Valence, Wm. de, 426

Vastern, see Wootton Bassett

Venice (Italy), 134; merchants from, 138

Vernditch, see Chalke

Vernham Dean (Hants), 425

Vernon, John, 394, 434, 436, 438

Veverne mill, see Biddestone

Vickers Armstrong, 202, 205

Victoria, queen (as princess), 182

Vienne, John de, 441

Villiers, Chris., earl of Anglesey (d. 1630), 414

Vine hunt, 370, 377

Vipont, Rob. de, 433

Vizard, —, the 'Badminton Sweep', 370

Vobster (Som.), 251

Vyrley, John, 37

'Vyse' cloth, see Devizes

W

Wadswick, see Box

Waeco, see Wessex Aircraft Engineering Co.

wage labour, medieval, 7–8, 22, 33, 35, 38–40, 50, 57; and see labour services, commutation of

Wake, Hugh, 433

Wakefield, battle of, 458

Wakeswood, see Chute Forest in Hants

Walcot, see Swindon

Waleran s. of Wm., 393, 441

Waleran the Huntsman, 393, 427, 441

Walerand, Cecily, m. John of Monmouth, 429, 441; Isabel, m. Wm. de Neville, 429, 441; Rob., 421 n, 433, 441; Wal., 429, 441; Wm., 393

Wales, Prince of, see Edward VII

Wales, army in, 420; dairy products, 226; hounds from, 372; mkt., 45; mkt. for bacon, 222–3; mkt. for dairy products, 229; mkt. for stone, 249; migration to, 320; raids from, 294; Welsh border, marches, 2, 144; and see Wales, South

Wales, South, 209–10, 213; mkt. for bacon, 222; mkt. for dairy products, 225; mkt. for iron ore, 251; rlys., 285, 288–9; and see South Wales Rly.; road to, 259

Walford, John de, 442

Walker, Jock, 384

Walker's, of Trowbridge, 191

Wallingford (Berks.), 280

Wallington, Albert, 230; E. W., 378

Wallis, Major D. K., 373; John, 252–3

Wallops, the (Hants), 377

Walpoole, G. A., 387

Walter, John, & Co., 223

Walter, John H., Ltd., 238

'Waltham' (? Bishop's Waltham, Hants), 17

Walton, Izaak, 366; his son, 366

Walton (lost), in Downton, 19, 347; scotales, 35; sheep-farming, 23, 26; tax., 299, 305, 308, 312

Wanborough (Durocornovium), 16, 247, 329, 334; labour services, 38; manor, 405; pop., 359; roads to, 254; tax., 302–3, 311; tenant holdings, 29 n

Wansey, Geo. (fl. 1737–52), 161–4, 178 n; Geo. (fl. 1802–3), 163; Hen. (fl. c. 1735), 160; Hen. (fl. 1791), 168; fam., 164 n

Wantage (Berks.), 86, 280

Wantage and Hungerford turnpike, 262, 270

War Department, War Office, see army

Ward, Chas., sr., 246; Chas., jr., 246; G. P., 177; Seth, bp. of Salisbury, 366; and see Cottle & Ward

Wardley, see Calne

Wardour, 328, 337; hunting, 372; park, 459; pop., 320–1, 325, 359

Wardour, vale of, 7, 65, 247

Ware, Edw., 236; H. G., 236; Rob. de, 438

Ware Bros. Ltd., 236

Wareham (Dors.), Carey mill, 245

Waren (Waryn), Ric., 127; Thos., 304 n

Warenne, John de, earl of Surrey (earl Warenne) (d. 1347), 402

Wargrave (Berks.), 19

Warminster, 178 n, 330, 391, 414–17; area around, 65, 73, 90, 167, 372–3, 376; bacon-curing, 222; bellfounding, 252–3; Boreham ('Boryton', 'Buryton'), 302, 311; Bugley, 302, 311, 415; coursing, 383; cricket, 378; engineering ind., 193– 6, 198, 206–7, 219; fair, 194; freemasonry, 389; gloving ind., 237, 239; incl., 68; inns, 325; manor, 392, 415; mkt., 325; pop., 320–1, 325, 359; Quarter Sessions, 240; rly., 284, 291–3; riots, 150; roads to, 256, 259, 265–6. and see Warminster Roads turnpike; silk ind., 176; Smallbrook, 302, 311, 415; Southern Command workshop, 206–7; streets, &c., 258; Boreham Road, 198; Carson's yard, 194–5; Cockerall's ground, 378; Common Close, 253; East St., 194; Market Place, 244; Portway, 194–5; Station Road, 239; tax., 302, 311– 12; textile ind., 177; water-supply, 368; 'Wissheleys' mill, 129; Woodcock, 195; woollen ind., 128–9, 138, 140, 150, 154, 159–60

Warminster and Westbury R.D., 335, 337–8, 359

Warminster hund., 295, 302, 311, 330, 359

Warminster R.D., 337–8, 359

Warminster Roads turnpike, 258, 262–4, 267–8

Warminster Union, workho., 320–1

Warminster Urban District, 338

Warner, John, 401 n

Warre, Thos., 252

Warwick, earl of, see Dudley; Plessis

Warwickshire, cricket, 379

Waryn, see Waren

Washern, see Wilton

Waspail, Osbert, 437

Wastfield, see Westfield

Water Eaton, see Eisey

Watson, C., 216

Watt, Jas., sr., 186; Jas., jr., 186; and seeBoulton & Watt

Waylen, Geo., 378

Waylen's mill, see Devizes

Weavern mill, see Biddestone

Webb (Webbe), Benedict, 153; Rob., 132; Thos., 130; Wm. (d. 1553), 140; Wm. (fl. 1669), 240

Webber, see Strange & Webber

Wedhampton, see Urchfont

Weir Electrical Instrument Co., 203–4

Wellow (Som.), 19–20, 135

Wellow, East (Hants), 320

Wellow, West (Hants, formerly partly Wilts.), 315, 320, 326, 336, 427–8, 431; incl., 318; pop., 318, 360; tax., 297, 306

Wells, Jas., 253; Jocelin of, bp. of Bath and Wells, 399, 458; Rob., paper-maker, 245; Rob., and his s. Rob., bell-founders, 253

Wells (Som.), 226; rly., 285; road to, 256, 265

Wellworthy Co., 204–5

Welsh border, marches, see Wales

Wendlebury (Oxon.), 134 n

Wessex Aircraft Engineering Co. Ltd., 201–2

Wessex Spreaders Ltd., 250

West, Thos., 18

West Indies, see Indies

West Midland, Manchester & Southampton Rly., 284

West of England Condensed Milk Co., 189

West Wilts. hunt, 372; and see South and West Wilts. hunt

Westbury, 12 n, 330, 375–6, 391, 414–17; area around, 65, 85, 103, 292; Boyers mills, 236; Brook, 134, 302, 311, 415; corporation, 261; cricket, 377; dairy products, 224, 229; emigration from, 321; engineering ind., 193; Fore St., 239; freemasonry, 389; gloving ind., 237–9; grist mill, 238; The Ham, 229; Hawkridge, 236, 239, 302, 311, 360, 415; Hawkridge Curve, 293; Heywood, 302, 311, 338, 349, 360, 386, 415–16; incl., 68; iron-working, 250–2; manor, 392, 415; Marestow St., 238; mkt. for bacon, 222; meadow, 17; mills, 172 n, 174–5, 236, 238; pop., 320–2, 360; rlys., 277, 283–5, 289, 291–3; roads to, see Westbury Roads turnpike; sheep-farming, 144; tanning, 235–6; tax., 302, 311; tobacco ind., 242; Westbury Leigh, 144, 235–6, 238, 302, 311, 360, 415–16; Westbury Mauduit, 417; woollen ind., 2, 4, 133–4, 140, 143, 158, 171, 172 n, 173–6, 322; and see Bratton; Chapmanslade; Dilton

Westbury and Seend Ore & Oxide Co., 251

Westbury and Whorwellsdown R.D., 338, 360; and see Warminster and Westbury R.D.

Westbury and Whorwellsdown Union, workho., 320–1

Westbury Forest, see Selwood Forest in Wilts.

Westbury Glove Co. Ltd., 239

Westbury hund., 302, 311, 330, 360, 416

Westbury Iron Co., 251–2

Westbury Leigh, see Westbury

Westbury Mauduit, see Westbury

Westbury Roads turnpike, 260–1, 264, 270

Westcott, see Swindon

Westcourt, see Heytesbury

Western Canal, see Kennet & Avon Canal

Western Farm Supplies Ltd., 250

Western Football League, 385

Western Isles (Hebrides), mkt. for bacon, 222

Westfield (Wastfield), Job, 186; John, 186

Westinghouse, Geo., 200

Westinghouse Brake (and Saxby Signal) Co. Ltd., 198–200, 219

Westinghouse Garrard Ticket Machines Ltd., 200

Westlecott, see Wroughton

Westminster, abbey, 187; fair, 125; palace, 248

Weston, Wm. Geo., 230

Westport St. Mary, see Malmesbury

Westrop, see Highworth

Westwood, 328, 332, 415; Avoncliff, 157, 169, 274; Avoncliff aqueduct, 273; ch., 142; estate at, 142; Iford, 141–2, 360; pop., 318, 320–1, 325, 360; tax., 299; Westwood Ho., 141; woollen ind., 142

'Westwoodhill', see Heytesbury

Wexcombe, see Bedwyn, Great

Weybridge (Surr.), 285

Weyhill (Hants), 260; fair, 71

Weymouth, vct., see Thynne, Thos.

Weymouth (Dors.), rly., 282–3, 286

Whaddon (Melksham hund.), 329, 335, 415; fields, 47; incl., 47; manor, 144; mill, 144; pop., 360; tax., 300, 314; woollen ind., 137, 144

Whaddon, in Alderbury, 12 n, 427; by-pass, 266; estate at, 393 n; tax., 296, 306, 314; tobacco-growing, 241

Whatley, Geo., 196

Whatley & Co., 196, 201

Whelpley, see Whiteparish

Wherwell Wood (Hants), 377

Whetham, see Calne

Whistley mill, see Potterne

Whitaker (Whittaker), John (fl. 1466), 134; fam., 149; and see Bath

Whitbourne, see Corsley

Whitchurch (Hants), 265

White, Geo., 184, 195; Hen., 61; J. (fl. c. 1850), 86; John (fl. 1949), 375; T. H. (fl. 1830), 184, 195; T. H. (fl. 1899), 195; Wm., 440

White, T. H., Ltd., 195–7

White Horse, vale of, 43, 276, 280; and see Vale of White Horse hunt

White Horse cricket club, 378

White Horse Hill, 273

Whitecliff, see Deverill, Brixton

Whitefield, see Ogbourne St. George

Whiteparish, 328, 331, 336–7, 429; Abbotstone, 299, 308, 428; Alderstone, 299, 308, 427–8; Cowesfield, 299, 308, 392, 420, 427–8; cricket, 378; Earldoms, see Landford; manor 431; pop., 325, 360; roads to, 256, 259; tax., 299, 308, 312; Whelpley, 299, 308, 427–8, 431

Whitesheet Hill, see Donhead

Whitley, see Calne

Whitsbury (Hants, formerly Wilts.), 315, 327, 333; pop., 360; tax., 298, 307; Whitsbury Down, 383

Whittaker, see Whitaker

Whittonditch, see Ramsbury

Whitworth, Rob., 272, 275, 278 n; Wm., 273

Whitworth's planing machines, 187; slotting machines, 211

Whorwellsdown hund., 302, 311, 330, 360

Wick, John of (fl. 1198), 421; John of (fl. 1246), 394

Wick, in Downton, see Downton

Wick, in Kemble, see Kemble

Wick, in Oaksey, see Oaksey

Wick, in Roundway, see Roundway

Wick, East, see Wootton Rivers

Wick, West, see Pewsey

Wick Hill, see Bremhill

Widdenham mill, see Colerne

Widdows, Thos., 244

Widhill, see Cricklade

Wiggins, Teape, Carter & Barlow, 245

Wilcot, 330, 336; Draycot Fitz Payne, 301, 419; Oare, 301, 310, 418–19; pop., 69, 323, 360; tax., 301, 310

Wiley, John, 439

Wilkinson, Jas. (fl. 1761), 245; Jas. (a child in 1779), 245

Willesden (Mdx.), 203, 205

William I, 392–3, 425, 427

William II, 425, 427, 458

William, earl of Gloucester (d. 1183), 458

William s. of Ralph, 433

William, Waleran s. of, 393

Williams, Alfred, 212, 218; Sir E. Owen, 266; J. A., 85

Williamson & Sons, 192, 201

Willis, J. D. (fl. 1854), 86; Joe (fl. 1908), 374

Willoughby, Ric. de, 434; Sir Rob., 435

Wills, Thos., 16; and see Yates & Wills

Wills, W. D. & H. O., Ltd., 242

Wilsford (North) (Swanborough hund.), 330, 336; Bottlesford, 260; Manningford Bohun, 9, 17, 41, 301, 310, 336, 353, 360; pop., 325, 360; tax., 301, 310

Wilsford (South) (Underditch hund.), 14, 330–1; Lake, 302, 311, 360; pop., 325–6, 360; tax., 302, 311

Wilton, Wal. de, 119

Wilton, 1–2, 6, 94, 322, 327, 365, 432; Bulbridge, 58, 87, 90, 327, 360, 458, 460; burgesses, 432; carpet ind., 160, 172, 181–2; cricket, 377; Ditchampton, 297, 306, 360, 431–2; fire at, 181; fishing, 367–8; forest courts at, 393–4, 433–4; freemasonry, 389; Glovers St., 237; gloving ind., 237; Hare Warren, 262; incl., 49; mkt. 16–17; pop., 318, 324, 360–1; rly., 284, 293; reincorporation, 316; roads to, see Wilton and Shaftesbury turnpike; Wilton Roads turnpike; Royal Carpet Factory, 182; sch., 324; 'the Steps', 432; tanning, 234; tax., 294, 296, 303, 306, 312; Washern, 42, 391, 427; West Street, 182; Wilton Ho., 90, 187, 248, 369, Wilton Park, 318, 459; woollen ind., 128, 140, 159–60, 172, 318

Wilton abbey, 1, 248; abbess, see Alice; estates, 14, 28, 37, 392, 419– 20, 424, 427, 431–2, 459

Wilton (Som.), 144 n

Wilton, in Great Bedwyn, see Bedwyn

Wilton and Shaftesbury turnpike, 262, 270

Wilton carpets, 160, 172, 181–2

Wilton estate, see Pembroke

Wilton Fly Fishing Club, 363, 365, 368

Wilton hunt, 369, 373–4, 377

Wilton R.D., 336, 338, 361

Wilton Roads turnpike, 261–2, 270

Wilton Union, workho., 320–1

Wiltshire, earl of, see Butler, Jas.

Wiltshire, county council, 102, 278; football team, 384; M.P.s, 382; sheriff, 247, 381, 394 n, 399, 424, 426, 430

Wiltshire Agricultural Soc., 70–71, 88

Wilts. & Berks. Canal, 202, 207, 248, 273–8

Wilts, and Dorset Bank, 87

Wilts. & Dorset Omnibus Co., 201

Wiltshire & Gloucestershire Rly., 288

Wiltshire Bacon Curing Co. Ltd., 221–3

Wiltshire County Cricket Club, 378

Wiltshire County Football Assoc., 383

Wiltshire Engineering Co., 192

Wiltshire Farmers' Co-operative Assoc, 223

Wiltshire Football League, 383–4

Wiltshire Iron Co., 251

Wiltshire loaf cheese, 78–79, 100–1

Wiltshire Militia, 390

Wiltshire Mutual Sheep Assoc., 88

Wiltshire Rly., 288

Wiltshire sheep (breed), 70–72, 156

Wiltshire Soc. for the Encouragement of Agriculture and the Rewarding of Faithful and Industrious Servants in Husbandry, 87

Wilts., Somerset & Southampton Junction Rly., 284

Wilts., Somerset & Weymouth Rly., 277, 282–4, 286, 292

Wilts. United Dairies Ltd., 224–7

Wiltshire-white pigs, 80

Wiltshire Yeomanry, Royal, 380–1

Wimborne (Dors.), 245; West Moors, 286

Wincanton (Som.), 227, 259, 373

Wincanton Roads turnpike, 259, 269

Winchcombe, John (Jack of Newbury), 140

Winchester, bp. of, estates, 8, 12–13, 16, 19–20, 23, 25–27, 31, 33, 35, 37, 62, 119, 392, 428, 459; cathedral, 125; coll., 13, 125, 128, 252; mkt., 17; priory (St. Swithin's), estates, 419, 432; rly., 283; roads to, 254–6, 425; St. Mary's abbey, 39; Salisbury merchants at, 39; woollen ind., 118

Windrove & Edge Ltd., 236

Windsor and Twyford turnpike, 271

Windsor Forest turnpike, 270

Wingfield, 136, 142, 327, 332; mills, 158; Pomeroy, 415; pop., 361; Rowley (or Wittenham), 297, 306, 314, 327, 361, 415; Stowford, 136, 142–3; woollen ind., 158

Wingrove, Benjamin, 264

Winsley, in Bradford-on-Avon, 331–2; pop., 361; quarries, 248, 318, 320; tax., 297, 306

Winterbourne, Thos. of, 37

Winterbourne Bassett, 330, 334–5; Rabson, 296, 301, 310; Richardson, 301, 310; pop., 361; tax., 301, 310

Winterbourne Cherburgh, see Winterbourne Gunner

Winterbourne Dauntsey, 326, 331, 428; estate at, 37; High Post, 201, 242; pop., 361; tax., 297, 306

Winterbourne Earls, 15 n, 16, 64, 326, 331, 392, 424, 427–8; estates at, 37, 42; Hurdcott, 37, 296, 306, 393 n; labour services, 37; pop., 361; sheep-farming, 27; tax., 297, 306; tenant holdings, 29 and n

Winterbourne Gunner (Winterbourne Cherburgh), 326, 331; pop., 326, 361; tax., 297, 306

Winterbourne Monkton, 10, 330, 334–5, 418; demesne leased, 7; labour services, 11, 17 n, 30; manorial officers, 34 and n; pop., 361; sheep-farming, 21–22; tax., 301, 310

Winterbourne Stoke, 16, 40, 327, 331; demesne leased, 36 n; field-course rotation, 15; mill, 36 n; pop., 70, 325, 361; sheep-farming, 19–21, 25, 29; tax., 299, 308; warren, 18, 36 n; Winterbourne Down, 266

Winterslow, East and West, 12 n, 305, 326, 331, 336–7, 427–8; Lopcombe Corner, 259; pop., 320, 361; tallage, 34; tax., 297, 306, 312

Wishford, Great, 327, 337, 363, 367, 431–3; estate at, 393 n; manor, 432–3; pop., 361; rly., 284, 291, 293; Rectory, 432 n; roads to, 90; tax., 297, 307

Wishford, Little, see Newton, South

Witcombe, see Hilmarton

Wither, Ant., 154–5

Witherington, see Downton

'Witingelega', 424

Witney (Oxon.), 19

Wittenham, see Wingfield, Rowley

Witts, Edw., 179; fam., 179

'Wodelond', 307

Woderove, Wm., 125–6

Wokingham (Berks.), 270, 271 n, 315, 326; Beaches, 297; Buckhurst, 297; pop., 361

Wolf, Wm., 438

Wolfhall, see Bedwyn, Great

Wolverhampton (Staffs.), 209; G.W.R. works, 5, 213, 218, 325

Wolverton, see Zeals

Wolvesey (Hants), 20

Wood, Peter atte, 395, 416; S., 382

Wood & Ogilvie, 182

Woodborough, 330, 336; Honey Street, 274; pop., 323, 361; rly., 287; tax., 301, 310

Woodbridge, see Lea and Cleverton

Woodchester (Glos.), 188

Woodcock, see Warminster

'Woodcombe', 417

Woodfalls, see Downton, Morgans Vale

Woodfin, see Haden, Woodfin & Co.

Woodford, 330–1; Druid's Lodge, 383; Heale, 87, 302, 311; pop., 361; tax., 302, 311

Woodhill, see Clyffe Pypard

Woodhouse (Hants), 426

Woodlands, Mr. (fl. 1824), 236

Woodlands, see Mere

Woodrow, see Melksham

Woodruff, see Woderove

Woodward, Ernle, 189

Woodyates (Dors.), 373; inn, 460

Wookey Hole (Som.), 247

wool, 1–2, 4, 20, 22, 35, 38, 54–55, 60, 66, 70–71, 78, 80, 106, 109, 115–76, 182, 234, 255

Woolmore, see Melksham

Woolverton (Som.), 259

Wootton Bassett, 12 n, 13, 49, 246, 329, 333, 402, 405; Ballard's Ash, 405; canal, 273–4; ch., 325; Coped Hill, 263; dairy products, 227; fair, 325; hunting, 370; manor, 404, 406; mineral spring, 386; 'New Park', 404; pop., 320, 325, 361; rly., 207, 280, 282, 289; roads to, see Cirencester and Wootton Bassett turnpike; Malmesbury and Wootton Bassett turnpike; Wootton Bassett and Marlborough turnpike; Vastern, 12 n, 18, 49, 297, 306, 403–4

Wootton Bassett and Marlborough turnpike, 263, 271

Wootton Rivers, 329, 336, 418, 423; Bovcliff, 421; canal, 274; labour services, 38; manor, 392; pop., 361; rly., 291; tax., 300, 309; Wick, East, 300, 419, 421–3

Wootton-under-Edge (Glos.), 139, 280

Worcester Wm. of, 130–1, 133 n

Worcester, marquess of, see Somerset, Hen. Chas. Fitzroy

Worcester, 199, 213, 238–9

Worcestershire, woollen ind., 154

Workers' Union, 227

Worston, Wm., 403, 435

Worthy, Kings (Hants), 285

Worton, see Potterne

Wraxall, North, 327, 332–3; Ford, 132, 247; hunting, 370; paper ind., 246–7; pop., 361; tax., 299, 308

Wraxall, South, in Bradford-on-Avon, 332; manor ho., 240; pop., 318, 361; sch., 318; tax., 297, 306

Wroughton, Sir Thos., 379; Wm., 426, 441

Wroughton, 328, 334; Barbury, 301, 310; Barbury Castle, 263; canal, 274; Elcombe, 38, 297, 306; engineering ind., 205; Overtown, 297, 306, 361; pop., 320, 361; rly., 282; Salthrop, 297, 306, 361; tax., 299, 309; training stables, 382; West Leaze farm, 100; Westlecott, 297, 361

Wulfgeat, a huntsman, 392–3

Wyatt, Benjamin, architect, 248

Wyke, John, 134–5, 138–9

Wyke, see Trowbridge

Wykeham, Wm. of, 395

Wyld, Mr., of Yatton Keynell, 246

Wylwes, Hen., 121

Wylye, 327, 337–8, 373, 431; Deptford, 299, 306, 361, 378, 382–3; fields, 53; fishing, 368; manor court, 58; meadows, 57–58; pop., 361; rly., 284, 291, 293; tanning, 234; tax., 297, 307; water-supply, 368

Wylye Downs, 120

Wylye, riv., 172, 254, 362–3, 365–9, 374, 376, 431; valley, 7, 14, 19, 73, 119, 122, 129, 262

Wylye Valley hunt, 369–70, 372–4, 376–7

'Wylyesford', 432

Wyndham, Alex., 372; Frank, 372; Wm., 372

'Wytham', 458

Y

Yarnfield manor (tithing of Maiden Bradley in Som.), 10

Yates & Wills, 182

Yatesbury, 327, 332; engineering ind., 202; pasture, 28; pop., 361; sheepfarming, 28; tax., 298, 307

Yatton Keynell, 327, 332–3; Long Dean mill, 246; paper ind., 246; pop., 361; quarry, 248; road to, 259; tax., 299, 308 n

Yeovil (Som.), 229, 238–9; rly., 283, 285–6; road to, 265

Yerbury, Edw., 155; Francis, 161–2, 165; fam., 164 n

Yockney and Hartham Park Stone Co., 250

York, dukes of, see Edmund of Langley; Edward, earl of Rutland; Richard

York, Royal Agricultural Show, 193

Yorke-Scarlett, W. J., 377

Yorkshire, 1 n, 4, 104; estates, 238; mkt. for stone, 249; tax., 294, 304–5, 313; woollen ind., 4, 161–2, 167, 169–70, 172–3, 175–6

Youatt, W., 72

Young, Arthur, 73, 78, 81, 83, 162, 259; Roger, 129

Z

Zeals, Geof. de, 417

Zeals, in Mere, 86, 335, 414–15, 417; bacon-curing, 223; park, 417; pop., 354, 361; tax., 301, 310; Wolverton, 178

Zuche, Alan la, 425, 433



<--Previous:
Cranborne Chase