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'Index', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 15: Amesbury hundred, Branch and Dole hundred (1995), pp. 306-338. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=115450 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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Note. Page numbers in bold-face are those of the chapter on the hundred, parish, or township. A page number in italics refers to a map or illustration on that or the facing page. A page number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page.

A.

Ablington (in Figheldean), 107, 108, 114.
-, agric, 106, 114–15
-, common meadow, 106
-, common pasture, 106, 110–11 cts., 116
-, cust. tenants, 114–15
-, dom. archit., 108, 110–11
-, farms, 110–11, 115–16
-, man., 4, 110–11, 113
-,-, Abbot's, 110–11, 116
-,-, Cowper's, 111
-, mills, 108, 116
-, pop., 108

Ablington House estate, 110–11

Abrahams, Jas., 47

Adams, Theophilus, 206

Adderbury, Thos., 257

Addestone (in Maddington), 166, 201, 211
-, agric, 208, 210–11
-, common meadow, 208, 210
-, common pasture, 208, 210
-, dom. archit., 204, 208
-, farm, 208, 210–11
-, man., 207–8
-, place name, 203
-, pop., 204
-, tithes, 208
-, wood, 210

Addison:
-, Jos., 52, 137
-, Lancelot, dean of Lichfield, rector of Milston, 67, 142

Adjutants Press, 129

Aelfgar (fl. 988), 299

Aelfhelm (fl. 10th cent.), 299

Aelfric (fl. 977), 194

Aelfthryth, queen of Edgar, 29

Aeroplane and Armament Experimental (later Evaluation) Establishment, 18

Aethelweard (fl. 899), 29

affeerors, 116

affray, 48, 291

agricultural implement and machinery manufacture, 47

agricultural machinery, see Andrews sacklifter; threshing machines; water-raising device; winnowing machine

agricultural practices (less common), see assarting; burnbaking; intercommoning; water meadows

agriculture, 1; and see under places; and see allotments; farm colony; hopyards; nursery (horticultural); smallholdings

Ailesbury, earl of, see Bruce, Thos.

Air Cleaner Technical Services, 90

air conditioning components manufacture, 90

airfields, see Amesbury; army; Boscombe Down; Durnford, Great; Knighton; Netheravon camp; Stonehenge

Aishton, Wm., 269

Aldbourne, And. of, 257

Aldbourne, 132, 152, 162

Alderbury:
-, Farley, q.v.
-, Ivychurch, q.v.
-, vicar, see Crouch

Alderbury hundred, 4

Alderney cows, 209

Aldworth (Berks.), vicar of, see Hetley, Hen.

alehouse keepers, 48; and see innkeepers

Alestan (fl. 1086), 269

aletaster, 101

Alexander, G. C, 278

Aleyn, see Allen

Alfred, King, 29

Alfsige, abp. of Canterbury, 73

Alfwig (fl. 959), 73

Algar (fl. 1066), 237

Allen (Aleyn):
-, Thos., 105
-, Wm. (fl. 1309), 32
-, Wm. (fl. 1553), 126

Allington, 1, 3–5, 6–12, 7, 16, 55, 60, 250
-, adv., 8, 11
-, agric, 6, 8–10
-, boundaries, 6
-, char., 12
-, ch., 6, 11–12
-, common meadow, 10
-, common pasture, 10, 55
-, curates, 11–12, 51
-, dom. archit., 7–8, 10–11, 18
-, farms, 8–10, 45, 150
-, glebe, 10–11
-, inc., 10–11
-, inn, 7
-, man., 8–11
-,-, Charity, 9, 55
-,-, Child's, 9–10
-,-, Goodall's, 9
-,-, Manor farm, 8, 10
-,-, Page's, 9–10
-,-, Thorp's, 9
-, military activity, 6, 8
-, mill, 10
-, poor relief, 10, 12
-, pop., 6, 10, 56
-, prehist. rem., 6
-, prot. nonconf., 7, 12
-, rectors, 10–12, 61; and see Barclay; Forster, Nat.; Fowle, F. W.; Fuller; South, John; Templer; Thatcham; Titley
-, rectory, 11, 60
-, rectory ho., 6–8, 11
-, roads, 6–7, 143
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 6
-, sch., 12, 153
-, tithes, 9, 11
-, woodland, 6

allotments (garden), 193; and see smallholdings

Almar (fl. 1086), 269

almshouses, see Boscombe; Deptford; Figheldean; Langford, Little; Maddington; Newton, South; Tidworth, North; Tilshead; Windsor; Wishford, Great; and see (for cross references) hospitals and colleges (charitable)

Alric (fl. 1066), 29, 245

Alt, J. H., vicar of Enford, 105

Altcar (Lanes.), coursing club, 19

Alton (in Figheldean), 5, 108, 114
-, adv., 118
-, agric, 106, 114–15
-, Alton Magna, 5
-,-, cust. tenants, 115
-,-, farm, 115
-,-, man., 111–12, 118
-,-, tithes, 114
-, Alton Parva, 4
-,-, farm, 115–16
-,-, man., 111, 114, 116
-,-, tithes, 114
-, ch., 105, 108, 114, 118
-, common meadow, 106, 115
-, common pasture, 106, 115
-, cust. tenants, 115
-, dom. archit., 108
-, farms, 111–12, 115
-, field system, 106
-, man., see (both s.v. Alton) Alton Magna; Alton Parva
-,-, Rectory, 113–14, 118
-, pop., 108
-, rector, 114
-, rectory, 118
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 106
-, tithes, 113–14, 118

Aluric (fl. 1066), 37, 194

Alvric Parvus (fl. 1086), 269–70

Alward (fl. 1066), 157, 245

Alward (fl. 1086), 65, 112, 269–70

Alwi (fl. 1066), 171, 279

Alwin (fl. 1066), 73, 229

Ambrosius Aurelianus, 19, 29

Amesbury, 1, 3–4, 6, 13–55, 14, 20, 24, 41, 79, 103, 174
-, abbey, 1, 3, 8–9, 11, 19, 32, 38, 50, 58, 65, 67–8, 99, 102, 112, 140, 149, 151, 159, 205, 208, 211
-,-, ch., 50–1
-,-, estates, 1, 32, 65
-, adv., 50
-, agric, 13, 32, 38–43
-, airfield, 13
-, Amesbury, West, q.v.
-, Amesbury Abbey, 1, 18–19, 32–4, 42, 52, 63, 147
-,-, gardens, 33
-,-, gate piers, 33, 43
-,-, pk., 33, 40–1, 43–4; bridge, 33, 58; Chinese pavilion, 33, 58; and see Amesbury, pk.
-, Amesbury Ho., 22, 25
-, Antrobus Arms (Wyndersham Ho.), 22, 27, 50, 55
-, Antrobus Ho., 27, 59
-, army camps, 16
-, ballroom, 27
-, Beacon Hill, q.v.
-, Blackcross down, 18, 39–40, 49
-, borough, 5, 48
-,-, bailiff, 5, 48
-,-, burgages, 19, 21
-,-, guildhall, 48
-, Boscombe Down, q.v.
-, boundaries, 13, 15, 18, 29, 40
-, bridges, 21, 25–6, 33, 45, 49, 58
-, bus sta., 25, 27
-, cemetery, 27
-, chaplains, 50
-, char., 9, 50, 52–3, 55
-, ch., 19, 50–2, 234
-, Comilla Ho., 22, 26
-, common meadow, 13, 39–40
-, common pasture, 13, 38–41, 49, 55, 59, 100
-, Countess, q.v.
-, cts., 5, 26, 39–40, 45, 48–50
-,-, officers, 26, 48–9
-, curates, 11–12, 38, 50–2; and see Banks; Fowle, F. W.; Holland, Thos. (two of the name); Lyons; Richards
-, cust. tenants, 38–41
-, Diana Ho., 21, 32, 41, 43
-, dom. archit., 17, 21–3, 25–7, 32–4, 40, 50
-, fairs, 32, 46, 48
-, farms, 10, 21, 23, 31–2, 34, 37, 39–45, 47, 90
-, field system, 18
-, fire engines, 26–7
-, fire sta., 27
-, fires, 22, 26, 45, 47, 49
-, Folly bottom, 13, 15–16, 18, 63
-, glebe, 50
-, health centre, 25
-, ind., 46–7
-, inns, 21–2, 26, 32, 47–9, 53, 85
-, Kent Ho., 21, 32, 41, 43
-, man., 3–4, 13, 21, 29–38, 44–6, 48, 83, 97, 179
-,-, Coombes Ct., 5, 31, 34, 42
-,-, Earldom, 18, 31–2, 40, 45–6, 48–9, 256
-,-, Pavyhold, 34
-,-, Priory, 18, 31–2, 35, 38, 40, 43, 45–6, 48–9
-,-, Rectory, 38, 50
-,-, Saucer's, 34–5, 40–1
-, mkts., 19, 46, 48–9
-,-, mkt. ho., 19, 22–3, 46, 48
-,-, mkt. place, 19, 21–2, 26–7, 46, 48; and see Amesbury, streets: Salisbury St.
-, military activity, 18
-, mills, 32, 45–7, 49, 101
-, mortuary chap., 27
-, mus., 25, 27
-, pk., 13, 15–16, 32–3, 39, 148; and see Amesbury, Amesbury Abbey: pk.
-, police sta., 23, 26
-, poor relief, 50
-, pop., 18
-, prehist. rem., 13, 15–18, 93; and see Stonehenge
-, priory, 4, 9, 13, 19, 21, 32, 35–6, 38, 42–3, 45–6, 48, 50–1, 58, 60, 65, 67–8, 99, 102, 111–12, 114, 116, 118, 124–6, 130–1, 133, 135, 140, 149, 151, 159, 166, 203, 205, 208, 211, 280
-,-, bldgs., 21, 51
-,-, chaplains, 21
-,-, ch., 50
-,-, prioress, 130, 211
-,-, royal visitors, 21
-, prot. nonconf., 52
-, public libr., 25, 27
-, public services, 26–7
-, rly. sta., 1, 16, 23, 47
-, Ratfyn, q.v.
-, rectory ho., 38
-, Redworth Ho., 23, 25
-, roads, 15–16, 19, 63, 71, 95, 106, 143, 242, 265
-, Rom. Catholicism, 25, 52, 118, 132
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 18
-, schs., 22–3, 25, 50, 52–3, 55, 103
-,-, Avondale, 55, 70; and see Bulford, schs.
-,-, Rose's, 52–3, 55
-,-, Spratt's, 35, 53, 55
-,-, Stonehenge, 55
-, sewage works, 27
-, shambles, 21, 46
-, shops, 21–2, 25–6
-, sports hall and youth centre, 27
-, Stonehenge, q.v.
-, Stonehenge bottom, 15
-, streets, 19, 21–3, 25–7
-,-, Church St., 21, 25–7, 27, 50
-,-, High St., 19, 21–3, 25–7, 27, 32, 46–8, 52–3
-,-, Salisbury St., 21, 25–7, 47, 53; and see Amesbury, mkts.: mkt. place
-, tithes, 38, 50
-, town council, 27
-, trades, 46–7
-, Vespasian's camp, 18–19, 33. 43
-, vicarage, 50
-, vicarage ho., 22, 50–1, 55
-, vicars, 50; and see Fowle, F. W.
-, woodland, 13, 15, 33
-, Woolstoh Hill, 39
-, Wyndersham Ho., see Amesbury, Antrobus Arms

Amesbury, West (in Amesbury), 5, 13, 16, 27–8, 32, 34–6, 39, 48–50, 59
-, agric, 27, 32, 38, 42–4
-, common meadow, 13, 42–3
-, common pasture, 13, 27, 38, 42–3, 50
-, cts., 49–50
-, cust. tenants, 42–3
-, dom. archit., 28
-, farms, 28, 34–5, 43–4
-, man., 5, 21, 28, 31, 33, 35–6, 42–3, 45–6
-,-, Beckington's, 36, 43–4
-,-, Lambert's, 36, 179
-,-, South's, 35–6, 44
-, mills, 45
-, pk., 42–3
-, pop., 28
-, West Amesbury Ho., 28, 44

Amesbury coursing club, 19

Amesbury deanery, 11, 60, 76, 151, 161

Amesbury Electric Light Co., 27

Amesbury hundred, 1, 2, 3–5, 11, 48–50, 56, 68, 76, 91, 106, 117, 161
-, cts., 4–5, 21, 48–9
-, meeting place, 3
-, officers, 5, 101

Amesbury and Military Camp Light Railway, 16, 23, 56, 63, 143–4

Amesbury poor-law union, 11, 50, 60, 68, 76, 91, 102, 117, 141, 211, 232, 250, 272, 282
-, sch., 53
-, workho., 18, 22, 25

Amesbury rural district council, 23 offices, 25

Amesbury Town (Silver) Band, 27

Amesbury Transport Ltd., 47

Amesbury turnpike trust, 15, 17

Amor:
-, Susanna, see Lawes
-, Thos., 99

Amport (Hants), 70
-, Cholderton Lodge, 75

Anabaptists, 284.

ancient demesne, 87, 127

Ancient Druid Order, 17

Andover (Hants), 63, 71, 124

Andover poor-law union, 129, 150, 161

Andrews:
-, D. H., 188
-, E. F., 188
-, Fred., 180, 183
-, Hen., 188–9
-, Lancelot, 142
-, Ric, 47
-, Wm. (d. 1637), and his w. Alice, 66–7
-, Wm. (fl. 1672–4), 67
-, fam, 188

Andrews sacklifter, 189

Anglo-Saxon settlement and remains, see Langford, Hanging

Angreville, Ben. de, 159

animal crematorium, 101; and see pets' undertaker

animal foodstuffs, preparation of, 302

animal sanctuary, 146

animals, see beagles; deer; foxhounds; goats; greyhounds; hares; harriers; pigs; and see (for cross references), cattle; horses; sheep
-, rare breeds, 75, 210

Anne (of Bohemia), wife of Ric. II, 125

Anquetil, Ralph de, 98

Anrep, Boris, 134

Anton, riv., 119, 155

Antrobus:
-, Sir Cosmo, Bt., 31–2, 34–5, 37, 87
-, Sir Edm., Bt. (d. 1826), 31
-, Sir Edm., Bt. (d. 1870), 31, 33, 37, 45, 87
-, Sir Edm., Bt. (d. 1899), 31, 87
-, Sir Edm., Bt. (d. 1915), 17, 31, 87
-, Sir Phil., Bt. (d. 1968), 32
-, Sir Phil., Bt. (fl. 1992), 32

Appleton, Thos. of, 206

Appleton (Berks.), 206

apprenticing, 240, 252, 294

appropriations (eccl.):
-, of churches, 117, 130, 172–3, 175, 248, 250, 258, 261, 270, 279, 282
-, of prebends, 220, 225, 270

Aqua Pura Mineral Water Co., 129

Aragon, Cath. of, see Catherine

arbitration (legal), 278

archery, 48

architects, artists, and designers, see Anrep; Austin Smith, Salmon, and Lord Partnership; Benson, Wm. (d. 1754); Blount & Williamson; Blow; Bothams; Brandon, D.; Bridgeman; Butterfield; Carpenter, R. H.; Carrington; Chambers; Christian; Douglas, J. A.; Fildes; Fisher; Flitcroft; Hopper; Hugall; Jones, Inigo; Kennedy, Geo.; Moffatt; Pearson, J. L.; Peniston; Ponting; Pym; Ross; Scott, Sir Gilb.; Silley; Slater; Webb, John; Wyatt

Ardglass, earl of, see Cromwell, Thos.

Areines:
-, Bernard of, and his w. Isabel, 113
-, Sir Guy of, 113
-, Jocelin of, 113

Argentine:
-, John de (d. c. 1323), 73
-, John de, s. of John de, 73
-, Reynold de (d. c. 1308), 73
-, Reynold de (another), 73
-, Ric. de, 73

Armagh, abp. of, see Kite

Arminianism, 161

Armoured Vehicle Storage Depot, 124, 160

army:
-, airfields, 245, 275; and see army, landing grounds
-, ammunition store, 97
-, bands (musical), 97
-, camps, see Amesbury; Bulford; Durrington; Fargo; Larkhill camp; Netheravon camp; Orcheston St. Mary; Tidworth, North; Perham down; Tilshead; and see (for cross references) military activity
-, firing ranges, 1, 57, 65, 97, 245, 267
-, kite balloon sch., 267
-, landing grounds, 267; and see army, airfields
-, military bldgs., depots, and workshops, 121–2, 156, 245, 267; and see Royal Army Ordnance depot
-, rlys., 169, 245, 276
-, tank training, 267
-, training areas, 1, 6, 8, 55, 59, 61, 63, 68, 95, 101, 106, 116, 119, 137, 140–1, 143, 150, 155–6, 160, 203–4, 227, 229, 231, 242, 244– 5, 249, 265, 276; and see (for cross references) military activity
-, and see Armoured Vehicle Storage Depot; Army Air Corps; Gurkha soldiers; NAAFI; New Zealand expeditionary force; Royal School of Artillery; South West District (Army) Command; Southern Military Command; Wiltshire Army Cadet Force

Army Air Corps, 108

Army Medical Stores, see Defence Medical Equipment Depot

Arnold, Wm., curate of Maddington, 212

arson, 122

Arundel
-, Eleanor, w. of John d', Ld. Arundel, see Mautravers
-, Eleanor, w. of John d', Ld. Mautravers, m. 2 Sir Ric. Poynings, 3 Wal. Hungerford, Ld. Hungerford, 238, 279
-, (formerly FitzAlan) John d', Ld. Arundel, 237
-, John d', Ld. Mautravers, earl of Arundel (d. 1421), 112, 237–8, 257, 279
-, John d', earl of Arundel (d. 1435), 112

Arundel:
-, earldom, 238
-, earls of, 260, 279; and see Arundel; FitzAlan

Arundel college (Suss.), 279

Ash (Surr.), see Claygate

Ashburnham:
-, Jane, see Ley
-, Wm., 157

Ashburton:
-, barony, 187, 278
-, Lds., see Baring

Ashford, E. J., 196

Ashridge (in Wokingham, Berks.), 3

Ashridge or Hertoke hundred (Berks.), 3

Ashton, Steeple:
-, Ashton, West, q.v.
-, cts., 272
-, man., 269
-, rector, see Tonge
-, Semington, q.v.
-, vicar, 270

Ashton, West (in Steeple Ashton), 98

Ashton Gifford benefice, 240

Aspull, John, rector of Wylye, 303

assarting, 134

assault, 48, 101, 141, 201

Asserton (in Berwick St. James), 166, 169, 175
-, adv., 177
-, agric, 174–5
-, chap., 169, 173, 177, 289
-, chaplains, 177; and see Wotton
-, common meadow, 174, 177
-, common pasture, 174
-, cust. tenants, 174
-, dom. archit., 170, 172
-, farm, 172, 174–5
-, man., 171–3. 175. 177, 279
-, mill, 175
-, pk., 175
-, rector, 177
-, tithes, 173, 177, 294
-, woodland, 175

Assheton, Thos., see Smith

assizes:
-, of ale, 4–5, 48–9, 91, 201, 250, 260, 282, 291
-, of bread, 4–5, 48–9, 91, 201, 250, 282

Aston, Sir Rog., 173

Aston Tirrold (Berks., later Oxon.), rector of, see Scrope, Ric.

Athelstan (d. 1014), 124

Atkins, Thos., 173

Atkinson, R. J. C., 17

Atwill, Hugh, 55

Aubrey, John, 17, 232

Aucher, John s. of, see John

Aucher, John, 87

Audley:
-, Hugh de, earl of Gloucester, 86, 230
-, Marg., w. of Hugh, 230
-, Marg. de, Baroness Audley, m. Ralph de Stafford, earl of Stafford, 86, 230

Aula, Nic. de, see Hall

Aure, John de, 74

Austin Smith, Salmon, and Lord Partnership, 156

authors, see Addison, Jos.; Andrews, Lancelot; Brunston; Cobbett; Collier, Arthur (d. 1732); Defoe; Fiennes, Celia; Fuller; Gourlay; Hall, Peter; Harris, Jas. (d. 1780); Hooker; Naish, Thos. (fl. 1694); Newman, J. H.; Parsons; Upton, Nic. (fl. 1446); Young, Arthur

Avebury, 16

Avitius (fl. 1066), 287

Avon (in Stratford-sub-Castle), 84, 165, 167, 223

Avon (Christchurch), riv., 1, 3, 13, 15–16, 18–19, 21, 25–9, 32–3, 45, 49, 61, 63–4, 68, 79–82, 85, 90, 93, 95–6, 102, 105–6,114, 116, 137–8, 141, 169, 213, 215–16, 222, 253

Awdry:
-, C. E., 130
-, C. S., 130
-, Chas., 130
-, D. H. S., 172
-, W. H., rector of Ludgershall, 131
-, West, 130

Ayrshire cattle, 301

Azelin (fl. 1086), 299

Azor (fl. 1066), 179

B.

B.M.G. Concrete Products, 129

Bacon, Wm., 73

bacon factor, 101

Badlesmere:
-, Bart, de, Ld. Badlesmere, 194
-, Giles de, Ld. Badlesmere, 194
-, Maud de, m. John de Vere, earl of Oxford, 194

Bailey:
-, Eliz., m. Ralph Reeve, 74
-, F. G. G., 87
-, Gabriel, 47
-, John (d. 1600), mayor of Salisbury, 190
-, John (fl. 1607–8), 190
-, P., 87
-, Rob., 74
-, Sam., 190
-, Thos., 74
-, Wm., and his w. Mary, 206

Baker:
-, Frances Dyke, see Poore
-, Hen., 109
-, John, 8

bakers, 48

Balgay, Nic, rector of Boscombe, vicar of Idmiston, canon and subdean of Salisbury, 60

Bament:
-, A. G., 57
-, John, 57

bands:
-, brass, 27, 64
-, silver, 27
-, and see army, bands

bankruptcy, 139, 171, 187, 205, 249, 257, 278

Banks, Uriah, curate of Amesbury, 51

banks, 65, 97, 129; and see Lloyds Bank; London Joint City & Midland Bank; Midland Bank; Wilts. & Dorset Banking Co.

Bannister:
-, Joan, w. of Ralph, see Coombe
-, Joan, m. 1 Thos. Dauntsey, 2 Wm. Walwyn, 34, 157
-, Ralph, 34, 157

Baptists, 52, 70, 132, 143, 162, 177, 201, 213, 226, 234, 251–2, 263, 273, 284
-, General, 35
-, Strict, 132

Bapton (in Fisherton de la Mere), 295, 301

Bapton Manor estate, 299

Barbon, Jas., 9

Barclay, H. W., rector of Allington and of Boscombe, 12, 61

Barford St. Martin, 287
-, Grovely Wood, q.v.

Baring:
-, Alex., Ld. Ashburton (d. 1848), 171– 2, 187, 257–8, 278
-, Alex., Ld. Ashburton (d. 1889), 171, 187, 257, 278
-, Francis, Ld. Ashburton (d. 1868), 171, 187–8, 257, 278
-, Francis, Ld. Ashburton (d. 1938), 171, 187, 257, 278
-, Guy, and his w. Olive, 134
-, Wm., Ld. Ashburton, 171, 187, 257, 278

Barnaby, John, 60

Barnes, G. H., 206

Barnstaple (Devon), 15

Barratt:
-, John, 111
-, Bros., 299

Barres:
-, Amice, see Beaumont
-, Wm. des, 277

Barrington, J. H., 207

Barrow:
-, Anne, 219
-, Drew, and his w. Anne, 219
-, Edw., 220
-, Eleanor, w. of Wal. (fl. 1469), m. 2
-,-, Chas. Bulkeley, 220
-, Isabel, w. of Wal. (fl. 1358), m. 2 Sir
-,-, Hugh Tyrell, 219
-, John, and his w. Christine, 219
-, John (d. 1456), 219
-, John (fl. 1527), 181
-, John (d. by 1550), 220
-, Margery, 219
-, Maur., 220
-, Wal. (fl. 1358), 219
-, Wal. (fl. 1469), 219–20

Basset:
-, Sir Arthur (d. 1586), 172
-, Arthur (d. 1672), 172
-, Sir John (fl. 1501), 172
-, John (d. 1686), 172
-, John (d. 1721), 172
-, John (fl. 1736), 172
-, Sir Rob., 172
-, fam., 172

Bassingbourn:
-, Alan of, 73
-, Baldwin of, 73
-, Warin of (d. 1323), 73, 76
-, Warin of (d. 1348), 73
-, Warin of, s. of Warin (d. 1348), 73
-, fam., 73

Batch:
-, Anne, m. —Marsh, 98
-, John, 98

Batecombe, John, rector of Wylye, 303

Bates:
-, Anne, see Bigge
-, Jos., 110
-, Nellie L., 134

Bath, John, rector of Stapleford, 261

Bath (Som.), 83, 169, 184, 203, 253 abbey, 257

Bath and Wells, bp. of, see Moss

Bathampton (in Steeple Langford), 165, 167, 183, 190, 193–7, 303
-, agric, 196–7
-, Ballington Man., 196
-, Bathampton Ho., 186, 195, 197 pk., 197
-, chap., 191, 197
-, common meadow, 196
-, common pasture, 196
-, cust. tenants, 196
-, dom. archit., 193–7
-, farms, 193, 196–7, 200
-, man., 194–6
-,-, Great Bathampton, 158, 182, 188, 192–7, 199, 304
-,-, Little Bathampton, 188–9, 193, 195–6, 198–9, 300
-, mills, 193, 197
-, pk., 197
-, place name, 193
-, pop., 193
-, prot. nonconf., 197
-, Rom. Catholicism, 197
-, woodland, 184, 197

Batho, G. B., 22

Bavaria, duke of, see William

Baverstock, 299

Bawdrip (Som.), 289

Baxter:
-, Anne, see Trenchard
-, Ric, 87

Bayeux (Calvados), bp. of, see Odo

Baynton, Wal. de, 269

Beach:
-, Henrietta Maria, m. Mic. Hicks, 112
-, Wm. 112
-, Wm., see Hicks Beach

Beaches (in Wokingham, Berks.), 3

Beacon Hill (in Amesbury, Bulford, and Cholderton), 13, 63–6, 68, 70

beagles, 48, 97

Beauchamp:
-, Alice, see Tony
-, Anne, 180
-, F. B., 172, 257, 278
-, Guy de, earl of Warwick, 146
-, John, Ld. Beauchamp, 146
-, Thos., earl of Warwick, 146
-, Sir Wm., 146
-, Wm., Ld. Bergavenny, and his w. Joan, 257

Beauchamp, Vet., see Seymour, Sir Edw.

Beaufort:
-, Hen., Cardinal, bp. of Winchester, 31
-, John, earl of Somerset, 139
-, Marg., see Holand

Beaufort, dukes of, see Somerset

Beaumont:
-, Amice de, styled ctss. of Leicester, m. 1 Sim. de Montfort, 2 Wm. des Barres, 277
-, Hugh, 172, 177
-, Isabel, see Willington
-, Marg. de, m. Saier de Quency, earl of Winchester, 36, 277
-, Phil., 172
-, Rob. de, count of Meulan, 98
-, Rob. de, earl of Leicester (d. 1168), 98
-, Rob. de, earl of Leicester (d. 1190), 277
-, Rob. de, earl of Leicester (d. 1204), 277
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1450), 172, 177
-, Thos. (d. 1488), 172
-, Waleran de, count of Meulan, 98
-, Wm., 172
-, Wm. (d. 1453), 172

Bec-Hellouin (Eure), abbey of, 98

Beckington:
-, Gilb. (d. 1527–8), 36
-, Gilb. (d. c. 1615), 36
-, Gilb. (fl. 1654), 36
-, Gilb. (fl. 1662–4), 36
-, John, 36
-, Mellor, 36

Beckington (Som.), 272

Bedford:
-, duke of, see John
-, earls of, see Coucy, Ingram de; Russell; Tudor, Jasper

beech (trees), 175

Belgium, see Louvain

bell foundries, see Aldbourne; Devizes; Loughborough; Salisbury

Bellême, Rob. de, 138

bellfounders, see Bilbie; Boulter; Burrough; Cockey; Cor; Danton; Florey; Lott; Mears, C. & G.; Mears & Stainbank; Purdue; Rudhall; Taylor; Tosier; Wallis, John; Warner; Wells, John

Bellham, Rog., rector of Newton Tony, 151

Bemerton (in Fugglestone), 165–6

benefit society, see friendly societies

Benett, see Bennett

Benger, John, 261

Bennett (Benett):
-, Fred., curate of Maddington and vicar of Shrewton, 212, 250
-, Lucy, m. Arthur Fane, 238

Benson:
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1710), 147
-, Wm. (d. 1754), 147

Bentley wood (in West Dean), 13, 30

Beresford-Peirse, Sir Noel, and his w. Camilla, 66

Bergavenny, Ld., see Beauchamp, Wm.

Berkeley:
-, Cath., m. 1 John Stourton, Ld. Stourton (d. 1485), 2 Sir John Brereton, 219
-, Cath., w. of Thos., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1361), see Veel
-, Eve, see Zouche
-, John, 139
-, Maur., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1326), 138–9
-, Maur. (d. 1347), 138, 237, 257
-, Maur. (d. 1400), 139, 141
-, Sir Maur. (d. 1464), 139, 141
-, Maur. (d. 1474), 219, 289
-, Thos., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1361), 110, 138–9, 141
-, Thos., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1417), 139, 141
-, Wm. (d. 1485), 219
-, Sir Wm. (d. c. 1500), and his w. Anne, 139

Berkshire, 4; and see Appleton; Ashridge; Ashridge or Hertoke hundred; Beaches; Buckhurst; Burghfield; Diddenham; Farley; Hinton, Broad; Hinton Hatch; Hinton Odes; Hinton Pipard; Hungerford; Hurst; Reading; Sheepbridge, Great and Little; Twyford; Wallingford; Windsor
-, Aldworth, vicar, see Hetley, Hen.
-, Aston Tirrold, rector, see Scrope, Ric.

Bermondsey priory (Surr.), 140

Bernard (fl. 1086), 73

Bernard:
-, John s. of, see John
-, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Bernard:
-, Eudes, 57, 73
-, Mabel, 57
-, Rog., 57, 60, 73, 76
-, fam., 73

Berry, fam., 129

Berwick St. James, 16, 165–6, 168, 169–77, 252–3, 259, 275
-, adv., 175–6
-, agric, 169, 173–4
-, Asserton, q.v.
-, boundaries, 169
-, bridges, 169
-, char., 177
-, ch., 169–70, 172, 175–7, 176
-,-, chalice, 187
-, common meadow, 169, 173–4
-, common pasture, 169, 173, 175
-, cts., 175
-, curates, 176, 262
-, cust. tenants, 173
-, dom. archit., 170, 174
-, farms, 171,174, 188–9, 197, 257, 259, 281
-, field systems, 169, 276
-, glebe, 174–6
-, inc., 174
-, inn, 170
-, man., 73, 166, 169–76, 288
-,-, Bonham's, 171, 173, 257
-,-, Rectory, 172–6
-, mill, 170, 174
-, place name, 169
-, poor relief, 175
-, pop., 169–70
-, prehist. rem., 169; and see Yarn bury castle
-, prot. nonconf., 177
-, rectors, 173–5
-, rectory, 173, 175
-, roads, 169–70
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 169; and see Yarnbury castle
-, sch., 170, 177, 263
-, tithes, 172–3, 175–6
-, vicarage, 175, 177, 261–2, 283
-, vicarage ho., 176
-, vicars, 175–6; and see Powell, Rog.; Sadler, Ant.
-, woodland, 169
-, Yarnbury castle, q.v.

Bessin:
-, John de, 98
-, Thos., and his w. Agnes, 99

Beuseval, Geof. de, rector of Sherrington, 240

Bevis:
-, Rob., 149
-, Thos., 149

Biddesden (in Ludgershall), 4–5, 119, 126, 133–5
-, adv., 130, 135
-, agric, 134–5
-, Biddesden Ho., 74, 119, 134, 135
-, ch., 130, 133, 135
-, common pasture, 127, 134
-, cts., 135
-, cust. tenants, 134
-, dom. archit., 133–4
-, farm, 134–5
-, man., 130, 133–4
-, pk., 134–5
-, pop., 121, 133
-, rectors, 135; and see Purbrook; Tonge
-, roads, 119
-, tithes, 131, 135
-, woodland, 134–5

Biddesden estate, 135

Bigge:
-, Anne, m. Jos. Bates, 110
-, Geof., 110

Biggs:
-, Chris., and his w. Alice, 263
-, H. G., 207
-, Harry, 172–3, 207–8
-, Hen., 172–3, 207
-, Jane, see Miles
-, John, 261
-, Tristram (fl. 1681–7), 180, 302
-, Tristram (fl. later 18th cent.), 207
-, fam., 180
-, and see Yeatman-Biggs

Bigod, Rog. le, earl of Norfolk, 157

Bilbie, Thos., 273

bioscope, 27

Birch:
-, Jas., rector of Great Wishford, 293
-, Peter, 130
-, —, 177

birds (less common), see cygnets; partridges; swans; and see cockfighting; cockpit; fowling; hawking; rook hawking; rook nets; shooting

Birmingham, Hen. of, 159

Birmingham (Warws.), 160

Bishop:
-, Beatrice, m. John Everard, 83
-, John (fl. 1191–2), 83
-, John (d. c. 1324), and his w. Alice, 83
-, Jordan (fl. 1242–3), 83
-, Jordan (fl. 1344), 83

Bisset:
-, Arnulf, 289
-, John, 158
-, Margery or Marg., 289

Blacker, Wm., 151

Blackett, Sir John, 83

Blagden:
-, Anne, 188
-, Edw., and his w. Anne, 188
-, Eleanor (fl. 1770), 188
-, Eleanor, m. Thos. Brimsden, 188

Blake:
-, Anne, see Dredge
-, Hen., 219
-, John, 219
-, Peter, 133
-, Thos., 188
-, Wm, 188

Blanche, m. John (of Gaunt), earl and duke of Lancaster, 30, 111, 171

Blatch:
-, Wm. (d. 1820), 74–5
-, Wm. (fl. 1830), 74

blindhouses (lock-ups), 26, 129, 244

Blount:
-, Joan, see Woodfalls
-, Sir Thos., 194

Blount & Williamson, 69

Blow, Detmar, 34, 81

Blyth, S. J., 299

Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, 23, 31, 37, 42, 171

Boemund (fl. 12th cent.), 247

Bohemia, Anne of, see Anne

Bohun:
-, Hen. de, earl of Hereford, 146, 219
-, Humph, de, 146
-, Humph, de, s. of Humph., 146
-, Humph, de (fl. 1179), 146
-, Humph, de (d. 1265), 278
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford and of Essex (d. 1275), 146, 219
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford and of Essex (d. 1298), 146
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford and of Essex (d. 1322), 146
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford and of Essex (d. 1361), 146
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford, of Essex, and of Northampton (d. 1373), 146
-, Joan, see Quency
-, John de, earl of Hereford and of Essex, 146
-, Mary de, m. Hen. of Lancaster, earl of Derby (Hen. IV), 146
-, Maud, see Salisbury

Bolle (fl. 1066), 289

Bollo (fl. 1066), 111

Bolton, Frances, see Nelson

Bonet, John, 99

Bonham:
-, Alice, w. of Nic. (d. 1559), m. 2 Ant. Styleman, 288
-, Alice, w. of Thos. (d. 1420), 198
-, Cath., w. of Thos. (d. 1420), 195, 198, 200
-, Edith, w. of Nic. (d. 1386), 288
-, Sir John (fl. 1348), 171, 288
-, John (fl. 1406), 257
-, John (another, d. 1411), 171, 257, 293
-, John (d. 1559), 171
-, Maur., 171, 288
-, Nic. (d. 1386), 171, 288
-, Nic. (d. 1559), 171, 288–9
-, Rob., 171, 288
-, Thos. (d. 1420), 195, 198, 288, 300
-, Thos. (d. 1473), 171, 257, 288
-, Wal. (d. 1476), 171, 288
-, Wal. (d. 1527), 171, 288
-, Wal. (fl. 1559), 257
-, Wal (?the same, fl. 1597–8), 171, 288–9
-, Wm. (d. by 1316), 171, 288, 292
-, Wm. (fl. 1420), 288
-, Wm. (fl. 1514), 171, 288
-, fam., 291, 293

Boscombe, 1, 3–4, 6, 10–11, 13, 18, 39, 54, 55–61
-, adv., 60
-, almshos., 56, 61
-, Boscombe, East, q.v.
-, Boscombe, Little, q.v.
-, Boscombe, West, q.v.
-, Boscombe Ho., 56, 58
-, boundaries, 13, 55
-, bridges, 56
-, cemetery, 57
-, char., 61
-, ch., 56, 60–1
-, common pasture, 13, 39–40, 49, 55, 59
-, curates, 60, 69
-, dom. archit., 56–7, 60
-, farms, 57–8
-, glebe, 60
-, inc., 59–60
-, man., 57–8
-, military activity, 55, 59
-, poor relief, 60
-, pop., 56
-, prehist. rem., 56
-, rectors, 12, 59–61; and see Balgay; Barclay; Church; Codford; Hooker; Jennings; Kite; Moss; Nairn; White, Jas.
-, rectory, 11, 60
-, rectory ho., 56, 60
-, roads, 55–6
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 56
-, sch., 12, 57, 61, 153
-, tithes, 58, 60
-, woodland, 55

Boscombe, East (in Boscombe), 5, 55–8
-, agric, 58–9
-, common pasture, 59
-, cts., 60
-, cust. tenants, 59
-, dom. archit., 56–7
-, farm, 59
-, man., 9, 57–8, 99, 220
-, prehist. rem., 56

Boscombe, Little (in Boscombe), 56–7, 59
-, mill, 59–60

Boscombe, West (in Boscombe), 4, 55–7. 60
-, agric, 39, 59
-, common meadow, 59
-, common pasture, 59
-, cts., 60
-, cust. tenants, 59
-, dom. archit., 56–7
-,-, Queen Manor, 56
-, farm, 58–9
-, man., 9, 58
-, prehist. rem., 56
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 56

Boscombe Down (in Amesbury):
-, airfield, 1, 6, 15–16, 18, 25, 32, 42, 47, 57–9
-, ch., 18, 52
-, dom. archit., 18, 23, 25, 32

Bothams, A. C, 72, 81

Botreaux:
-, Aubrey, see Waleran
-, Marg., Baroness Botreaux and Hungerford, m. Rob., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1459), 206–7, 278
-, Marg., w. of Wm., m. 2 Sir Thos. Burgh, 207
-, Wm. (d. c. 1209), 186
-, Wm., Ld. Botreaux (d. 1462), 207, 246

bottling works, 122, 129

Bouchier:
-, Frances, see Crane
-, Sir Jas., 146

Boulter, Nat., 93, 262

Bourne, riv., 1, 3, 6, 16, 55–6, 63, 70–2, 106,137, 143–5, 147, 150, 153, 155

Bourne Valley benefice, 11, 60, 76, 151

Bourne Valley Nursing Association, 61

Bourton (in Maddington), 166, 201, 211
-, agric, 208, 210
-, common meadow, 208, 210
-, common pasture, 208, 210
-, dom. archit., 204
-, farm, 210
-, man., 207
-, mill, 210
-, pop., 204
-, tithes, 208, 283

Bovill:
-, Hen. de, 230
-, Mat. de, 230
-, Parnel de, 230, 232

Bowen:
-, Anne, see Hely
-, Hen., 279
-, Hen., s. of Hen., 279

Bower:
-, John, rector of Great Wishford, 292
-, Rob., rector of Great Wishford, canon of Salisbury, 292
-, Thos., rector of Wylye, 303

Bowet:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Wm. Chaworth, 2 John Dunham, 37
-, Eliz., see Zouche
-, Marg., m. 1 John Chaworth, 2 Humph. Persall, 37
-, Sir Nic, 37

Bowles:
-, Wm. (d. 1788), rector of Milston, 84, 139, 142
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 84, 86, 139

bowls and bowling greens, 27, 32, 58, 291

Box, 182

Boyle, Hen., Ld. Carleton, 31

Boys:
-, Eleanor, see Eyre
-, John, 231

Boyton, 235, 241
-, char., 242
-, Corton, q.v.
-, farms, 239
-, man., 238
-, rectors, 241; and see Hobbes, Wm.; Hollyman; Lambert, Thos. (two of the name); Sawyer
-, rectory, 240

Bradenstoke (in Lyneham), priory of, 36, 159, 180, 208, 231, 247, 250, 280

Bradley, John, rector of Cholderton and of Worting, 76

Bradley, Maiden, priory of, 158, 289, 290–1

Bradshaw:
-, John, 147
-, Thos., 147, 153

Branch hundred, 1, 165–7
-, ct., 291
-, meeting place, 165

Branch and Dole hundred, 1, 164, 165–7, 211, 232, 272
-, cts., 166–7
-, meeting place, 167
-, officers, 166–7

Brandon:
-, Chas., duke of Suffolk, 111
-, D., 152, 212, 273, 304

Braxton:
-, Eliz, 149
-, Jas., 149
-, Wm., 149

Braybrooke (Braybrook):
-, Sir Gerard, 84
-, Isabel, see Woodhill
-, Joan, see Wake
-, Nic. of, 278

Breamore priory (Hants), 248

breeches maker, 47

Bremhill, see Stanley

Brent:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Paulet, 289
-, Joan, m. John Trethek, 289, 292
-, John (d. c. 1413), 289
-, John (d. 1524), 289
-, John (another), 292
-, Ric, and his w. Dorothy, 289
-, Rob. (fl. later 14th cent.), 288
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1421), 289
-, Rob. (d. 1508), 289
-, Wm., 289

Brereton:
-, Cath., see Berkeley
-, Sir John, 110, 219
-, Werburgh, m. Sir Wm. Compton, 219

Breuse:
-, Agnes, see Hussey
-, Peter de, 158
-, and see Bruce

brewers, 48, 129, 224; and see McEwan-Younger Ltd.; Younger

brewery, 101; and see Portsmouth United Breweries

brewery depot, 160

brewing, 101, 224

Brice, Rob., see Kingsmill

brick kilns, 129, 160

brick making, 129, 160

Brickenden:
-, Ann, m. John Hughes, 159
-, Edm., 159

Bridgeman, Chas., 33

Bridges:
-, Ant., 126, 134
-, Hen., 128, 130
-, Jane, w. of Sir Ric, m. 2 Sir Sim. Harcourt, 126, 130, 132
-, Sir Ric, 75, 126, 130, 132–3
-, fam., 132

bridges, see under places

Bridgwater, earl of, see Daubeney, Hen.

Bridgwater (Som.), 15

Bright, Thos., 149

Brigmerston, Steph. of, 139

Brigmerston (in Milston), 5, 96, 137
-, agric, 140
-, common pasture, 140–1
-, cts., 141
-, cust. tenants, 140
-, dom. archit., 138
-, farm, 140
-, fire, 138
-, man., 138–42
-, mill, 141
-, place name, 137
-, pop., 138

Brimsden:
-, Eleanor, 188
-, Eleanor, w. of Thos., see Blagden
-, John, 188
-, Thos. (fl. 1587), 188, 192
-, Thos. (fl. 1632), 188
-, Thos. (d. 1685), and his w. Anne, 188
-, Thos., s. of Thos. (d. 1685), 188

Brismar (fl. 1066), 139

Bristol, 160
-, bp., see Thornborough, John

British Legion clubs, 23, 124, 156

British Museum, 177

Britton:
-, Jordan, 73
-, Wm., 73

Brockbank, E. M., 191, 196

Brockett:
-, Sarah, see Crane
-, Wm., 146

Brompton:
-, Sir Ric, 111
-, Thos., 111

Brompton Ralph (Som.), 172

Brooke:
-, Joan, see Speke
-, Thos., 269

Broughton Gifford, rector of, see Tonge

Brounker:
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1569), 246–7, 250
-, Hen. (d. 1598), 246–7
-, Martha, w. of Sir Wm., 246–7
-, Sir Wm., 246–7, 250

Browne:
-, Sir Ant., Bt., 126, 134
-, Caroline, 55
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John, Bt. (d. c. 1680), 134
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1614), 126, 132, 134
-, Geo. (d. 1664), 126
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1678), 126
-, Sir Geo., Bt. (d. 1730), 126
-, Hen., 17
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. c. 1680), 126
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1692), 126
-, Jos., 17
-, fam., 130

Bruce:
-, Chas., 31
-, Eliz., see Seymour
-, Thos., earl of Ailesbury, 31
-, fam., 130
-, and see Breuse

Brudenell, Rob., earl of Cardigan, 248

Brunston, Anna, 61

Bruyn, Thos., 109

Buchanan, T. B., rector of Great Wishford, 293

Buckhurst (in Wokingham, Berks.), 3

Buckingham:
-, dukes of, see Stafford, Edw., Hen., and Humph.
-, marquess of, see Villiers, Geo.

Buckinghamshire, see Eton College

Buckland:
-, Joan, w. of Wm., 8
-, Sir John, 194
-, Mat., 139
-, Ric, 139
-, Wal., 139
-, Wm., 8, 11

Bucknell:
-, Frank, 171
-, Mic, 171

building contractors, 31, 224

building materials (less common), see Tisbury stone

Bulford, 3–4, 15–16, 61–70, 62, 141
-, adv., 68–9
-, agric, 63, 67–8
-, Beacon Hill, q.v.
-, boundaries, 63
-, bridges, 63–4, 95–6
-, Bulford camp, 1, 15–16, 18, 23, 47, 61, 63–5, 68, 171
-,-, barracks, 65
-,-, chs., 65, 69, 171
-,-, dom. archit., 65
-,-, hosp., 65
-,-, inn, 65
-,-, police sta., 65
-,-, Rom. Catholicism, 69–70
-,-, schs., 65, 70
-,-, woodland, 68
-, Bulford Manor, 66, 267
-, chaplains, 68–9
-, ch., 64, 68–9
-, common meadow, 67
-, common pasture, 67
-, cts., 68, 116
-, curates, 60, 68–9; and see Lewis, Geo.; Millner
-, cust. tenants, 67
-, dom. archit., 64–6, 68–9
-, farms, 45, 61, 64, 67–8, 101
-, field systems, 63
-, fire, 64
-, Hindurrington, q.v.
-, inc., 67–8
-, inns, 64
-, man., 63, 65–8
-,-, Rectory, 67–9
-,-, Watergate, 66–7, 69
-, military activity, 61, 63, 68; and see Bulford, Bulford camp
-, mills, 64, 68
-, police sta., 64; and see Bulford, Bulford camp
-, poor relief, 68
-, pop., 63–4
-, prehist. rem., 63
-, prot. nonconf., 64, 70
-, rly. stas., 63–5
-, roads, 63–5, 71
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 63
-, schs., 64, 70, 143
-,-, Avondale, 55, 70; and see Amesbury, schs.
-, tithes, 67, 69
-, vicarage, 69, 117, 141
-, vicarage ho., 64, 69
-, vicars, 69
-, woodland, 68

Bulkeley:
-, Chas., 220
-, Eleanor, see Barrow
-, Eliz., see Sotwell
-, John, 158–9, 162

Bull, Thos., 84, 139

Bundy, Susanna, see Hayter

bungalows, 8, 23, 25, 65, 72, 81, 96, 107–8, 124, 138, 145, 156, 170, 186, 194, 198, 204, 217, 227, 245, 255–6, 266, 276, 287, 298

Bungay:
-, Pauline of, 35
-, Petra of, m. John of Lincoln, 35
-, Reynold (or Rayner) of, and his w. Philippe, 35

Bunny:
-, Rob. (d. by 1771), 9
-, Rob. (d. by 1779), 9
-, Thos., 9

Burbage, vicar of, see Taylor, Thos.

Burcombe, 165–6, 215, 225
-, Burcombe, North, 165, 167
-, Burcombe, South, 165
-,-, cts., 224
-, chap., 293
-, Ditchampton, q.v.
-, Ugford, South, q.v.

Burden:
-, Cecily, m. Hen. Thorp, 9, 220
-, John, 220
-, Nic, 220
-, Rob., and his w. Mary, 220

Burden's Ball (in South Newton), 165, 213, 215–16, 218–20, 225
-, agric, 223
-, chaplain, 225
-, ch., 218, 225
-, common pasture, 223
-, cust. tenants, 223
-, dom. archit., 218
-, farm, 218, 223
-, ind., 224
-, inns, 218
-, man., 220, 225
-, pop., 216
-, prot. nonconf., 226
-, rly. sta., 216, 218, 224
-, tithes, 220
-, trades, 224

Burgess:
-, Margery, m. Ralph Chenduit, 300
-, Wal., and his w. Margery, 300

Burgh:
-, Marg., see Botreaux
-, Sir Thos., 207

Burghfield (Berks.), 3–4

burglary, 282

Burgoyne, Hugh, and his w. Maud, 248

Burleigh, Ric, rector of Great Wishford, 292

burnbaking, 10, 59, 68, 75, 88–9, 100, 115, 140, 150, 174, 209, 222, 231, 239, 249, 259, 270–1, 281, 290

Burrough, Jas., 132, 293, 304

Burrows, W. N. D., 187–8

Burton:
-, F. A. P., 206, 268
-, John, subdean of Salisbury, 113
-, Sarah, see Sawbridge-Erle-Drax

butchers, 48, 101, 128

Butler:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1412), 86
-, Edw. (d. 1420), 86
-, John (d. 1504), 86
-, John (d. 1514), 86
-, Sir John (fl. 1569), 86
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1420), 86
-, Phil. (d. 1453), 86
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1545), 86
-, Ralph, and his w. Hawise, 86

Butterfield, Wm., 51

Byrnic (fl. 956), 179

C.

Cadworth hundred, 165

Caen (Calvados), abbey of Holy Trinity, 166, 267, 271

cage, 129

Callaway, John, 237, 257

Calne, vicar of, see Hume

Calston:
-, Rog. of, 219
-, Rog. of, s. of Rog. of, 219
-, Wal. of, 219

Calvely:
-, Agnes, see Woodhill
-, Sir Geo., 83

Cambridge university, 135
-, Clare Hall (later Coll.), 232–3
-, King's Coll., 267
-, Queens' Coll., 151

Cambridgeshire, see Wimpole
-, Ely, canon, see Dampier, John

Camel (Som.), 139

Camp, John de, 289

camp furnishers, 129

Campbell-Wyndham:
-, Caroline, see Wyndham
-, Ellen, m. Ric. King (later KingWyndham), 8
-, J. H., 8
-, (formerly Campbell), John, 8
-, Julia, m. Edw. Thornton (later Thornton-Wyndham), 8
-, Mary, m. Wal. Long (later CampbellWyndham), 9
-, Ric, 9
-, Wal., see Long
-, fam., 9
-, and see Pleydell-Bouverie, Phil.; Wyndham

Campden, Chipping (Glos.), 15

Campeny, John de, 188

camping and caravan site, 266

Canada, 299

candles, lamps, and lights (votive), 11, 51, 69, 102, 142, 151, 176, 191, 233, 240, 292

Cane, Basil, rector of Everleigh, 76–7

Canterbury (Kent):
-, abp., 303; and see Alfsige
-, ct., 60, 262

car alarm manufacture, 47

Carbonell, Wal., 74

Cardigan, earl of, see Brudenell

Carleton, Ld., see Boyle

Carlisle, bp. of, see Kite

Carpenter:
-, C, & Son, 302
-, Geo., vicar of Stapleford, 262
-, R. H., 192
-, Wm., 8

Carrington, Dora, 134

Carswell, Hen., vicar of Figheldean, 117

Carter, Geo., rector of Cholderton, provost of Oriel Coll., Oxf., 76

Carton Industries Ltd., 101

Cartwright:
-, Eliz., see Partridge
-, Thos., and his w. Susan, 248
-, Wm., 248

Cassels, H. G., 300

Castillion:
-, Sir Francis, 257
-, John, 257

Castle Combe, 94

castles, see Devizes; Ludgershall; Marlborough; Over Street; Sherrington

Catherine (of Aragon), queen of Hen. VIII, 21

Catherine (Howard), queen of Hen. VIII, 299

Catherine (Parr), queen of Hen. VIII, 278

cattle, see Alderney cows; Ayrshire; Friesian; Galloway; Gloucester; Herefordshire; Highland; Holstein Friesian; Longhorn

cattle ranching and rearing, 56, 59, 71, 89, 101, 106, 141, 150, 155, 174, 181, 197, 209–11, 221, 223, 231, 249, 260, 281, 290, 301

Cauntelo:
-, Geo. de, 138–9
-, Maud de, 175
-, Millicent de, m. Eudes la Zouche, 138
-, Nic. de, Ld. Cauntelo, 37
-, Wal. de, 138
-, Wm. de (d. 1239), 138
-, Wm. de (d. 1251), 138
-, Wm. de (d. 1254), 138
-, Wm. de, Ld. Cauntelo (d. 1375), 37
-, Wm. de (d. 1375), 37

Cave, W. E. & D. T., 126

Cavendish Land Company, 187, 205, 257, 268, 278

Cawdon and Cadworth hundred, 167

Cawdon hundred, 166

Cecil:
-, Sir Rob., earl of Salisbury, 267–8
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury, 267

cert money, 5, 116, 167, 175, 282, 291

Chafyn:
-, Wm. (fl. 1502), 67
-, Wm. (d. 1558), 67

chalk quarries, 81, 116, 160

Chalke, W. M., & Sons, 224

Chalke hundred, 224, 302

Chamber:
-, Gillian, see Neville
-, Steph., 97

chamberlain, Ric. the, see Richard

Chambers, Sir Wm., 33

Chamings, John, 268

Champion:
-, Alice, see Wolverton
-, Rog., 148

chandlers, 47

chapels:
-, free, 114, 118, 177
-, man., 288
-, royal, chaplains and clerks of, 161, 240–1

Chaplin & Co., 47

Chapman:
-, F. J., 111
-, Mary Anne, see Cox

Chardstock, Wm. of, 220

Chaworth:
-, Eliz., see Bowet
-, Hawise, 170
-, John, 37
-, Marg., see Bowet
-, Maud de, m. Hen. of Lancaster, earl of Lancaster and of Leicester, 171, 288
-, (or Mundubleil), Pain de, 170
-, Pain de (fl. 1236), 170
-, Pain de (fl. 1275), 170
-, Patrick de, f. of Patrick (d. by 1155), 170–1, 288
-, Patrick de (d. by 1155), 170
-, Patrick de (fl. 1194), 170
-, Patrick de (fl. 1243), 170, 288
-, Patrick de (d. by 1283), and his w. Isabel, 170, 175
-, Thos., 37
-, Wm., 37
-, fam., 73–4, 288

Chedworth, Lds., see Howe

Chemical and Biological Defence Establishment (in Porton), 1, 8, 10, 57, 59, 150

Chenduit:
-, John, 300
-, Margery, see Burgess
-, Ralph, 300

Cheney, John, and his w. Margery, 247; and see Cheyne

Chester, bp. of, see Stubbs

Chetel (fl. 1066), 198

Chetwood:
-, Agnes, see Woodhill
-, Ric. (fl. 16th cent.), 83
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1612), 83

chevage, 201

Cheverell:
-, Alex. (d. 1260), 246
-, Sir Alex. (d. by 1310), 246–7
-, Joan, m. John St. Lo, 246
-, Sir John, 246

Cheverell, Little, 246

Cheyne:
-, Sir Hugh, 194
-, Joan, see Woodfalls
-, John, Ld. Cheyne, 205
-, Marg., see Stourton
-, and see Cheney

Chichester, earl of, see Pelham

Chichester (Suss.), bps. of, see Moleyns, Adam; Neville, Ralph de

Chilcott, G. H., 189

Child:
-, A., 12
-, W. B. (d. 1798), 9
-, W. B. (fl. 1806), 9
-, Wm. (d. 1688), 9
-, Wm. (d. 1728), 9
-, Wm., grds. of Wm. (d. 1688), 9

Chilhampton (in South Newton), 165, 213, 215, 217–20, 224
-, agric, 222–3
-, common meadow, 222–4
-, common pasture, 222
-, cust. tenants, 222
-, dom. archit., 218
-, farms, 217–18, 221–3
-, field system, 216
-, inc., 222
-, man., 219–20
-, pop., 216
-, prot. nonconf., 226
-, road, 217–18

Chiltington (Suss.), East or West, 73

Chippenham:
-, John, 148
-, Thos., rector of Orcheston St. Mary, canon of Exeter, 233
-, Wal., and his w. Alice, 148

Chirton, 230

Chiseldon, Ric. (?two of the name), 219

Chitterne:
-, Agnes, m. Wm. Milbourne, 158, 194
-, John, rector of Newton Tony, 151, 158,194
-, Wm., 220

Chitterne, 232, 249, 272
-, common meadow, 180

Chitterne St. Mary, 46

Cholderton:
-, Mic. of, 73
-, Peter of, and his w. Isabel, 74
-, Rog. of, 74

Cholderton, 3–5, 70–9, 71
-, adv., 76
-, agric., 71, 75
-, Beacon Hill, q.v.
-, boundaries, 13, 70, 75
-, bridges, 72
-, char., 77, 79
-, ch., 72, 76–7, 235
-, common pasture, 75
-, curates, 76–7
-, cust. tenants, 75
-, dom. archit., 72–4, 76
-, farms, 73–5; and see Cholderton estate
-, field systems, 71, 144
-, glebe, 76
-, inc., 75
-, ind., 75–6
-, inn, 72
-, man., 73–6
-,-, Cholderton Ho., 74
-,-, Lower, 73–4
-, pks., 72, 75
-, place name, 70
-, poor relief, 76
-, pop., 72
-, prehist. rem., 70–2
-, prot. nonconf., 77
-, rectors, 76–7, 79; and see Bradley; Cane; Carter; Fraser, Jas.; Heskins; Mozley; Noyes; Pickford; Stubbs
-, rectory, 76, 152
-, rectory ho., 72, 76
-, roads, 71–2, 143
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 72
-, schs., 12, 77, 79
-, tithes, 76
-, waterworks, see Cholderton & District Water Co. Ltd.
-, woodland, 75

Cholderton & District Water Co. Ltd., 72

Cholderton estate, 42, 64, 66, 75

Cholwell, Thos., 76

choral society, 64

Choulston (in Figheldean), 4, 105, 108, 114
-, agric., 106, 114–15
-, common meadow, 106, 115
-, common pasture, 106, 115
-, cust. tenants, 115
-, dom. archit., 108
-, farm, 112, 115–16
-, man., 112, 116
-, Netheravon camp, q.v.
-, pop., 108
-, tithes, 114

Christian, Ewan, 118

Chubb:
-, Sir Cecil, Bt., 17, 171, 245
-, Mary, w. of Sir Cecil, 171, 176

Church, Augustine, rector of Boscombe, titular bp. of Lydda, 60

church houses, see Langford, Steeple; Tidworth, North; Wylye

Chute, see Shaw

Chute forest, 15, 125, 127, 134, 153 boundaries, 119

cigarette manufacture, 90

cinemas, 25, 27, 65, 96–7, 124, 156

Civil War, 21, 57; and see parliamentarians; royalists

Clare, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester and of Hereford, 86

Clarence, duke of, see Plantagenet, Geo.

Clarendon palace, see Salisbury

Clarges:
-, Chris., 126
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wal., 126
-, Gould, 126
-, Sir Wal., Bt., 126
-, fam., 130

Clarke, Thos., canon of Salisbury, 151

clay pipe making, 46–7; and see pipemakers

Claygate (in Ash, Surr.), 74

Claymond, John, 175

Clement:
-, Edw., 58
-, John, 58

Cleveland Bays (horses), 75

Cliff, Wm., rector of Newton Tony, 151

Clifford:
-, Ant., 57
-, Dorothy, w. of Sim. (fl. 1641), 58
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., 57
-, Hen. (d. c. 1578), 57, 220
-, Hen. (fl. 1623), 9, 57, 74, 99
-, Rog. de, 124
-, Sim. (d. 1640), 57–8
-, Sim. (fl. 1641), 58
-, Wm., 57, 220
-, fam., 9, 57

Clifton, Laur., 232

clock and watch making, 47, 260

cloth industry, 128, 291

cloth making, 47, 189; and see weaving; woollen cloth manufacture

cloth working, 128

clothiers, 189, 291

clothmakers, 47, 116; and see weavers

clover, 209

clubs and societies, see Altcar coursing club; Amesbury coursing club; Ancient Druid Order; British Legion clubs; choral society; cricket; Foresters; friendly societies; Oddfellows; Old Hawking club; Salisbury Plain Race club; South of England coursing club; Wilton Fly Fishing club; working men's clubs; and see Deptford: Deptford club; freemasonry; Ludgershall, clubs; Wishford, Great: Oak Apple club

coach hire, 224

coal dealers and merchants, 224, 291

coal depot, 224

Coates, R. T., rector of Steeple Langford and of Sopworth, 191

Cobbett, Wm., 51, 121

Cobham:
-, Eleanor, see Mautravers
-, Reynold, Ld. Cobham, 237, 261

Cockey, Wm., 177, 192

cocknghting, 151

cockpit, 26

Codford, Wm. of, rector of Boscombe, 60

Codford:
-, prot. nonconf., 305
-, rly. sta., 235

Codford St. Mary, 240

Codford St. Peter, 235, 240

Cole (fl. 1066), 29

Cole:
-, G. D., 86
-, W. Q., 23

Colebrooke:
-, Eliz., see Long
-, Rob., 87

Coleman, John, 269–70

Coles:
-, Cary, 278, 282
-, T. N., 278

Collier:
-, Arthur (fl. 17th cent.), rector of Steeple Langford, and his w. Anne, 191
-, Arthur (d. 1732), rector of Steeple Langford, 191
-, Giles, 190
-, Hen., rector of Steeple Langford, 191
-, Jos., rector of Steeple Langford, 190–1
-, fam., 191

Collingbourne Ducis, 127–8, 160

Collingbourne Kingston, 126

Collingbourne woods, 127

Collins, E. K., 171

Columbers, Rob., 86

common meadow, see under places

common pasture, see under places

community centre, 156

Compton:
-, Anne, w. of Peter, m. 2 Sir Wm. Herbert, earl of Pembroke (d. 1570), 110
-, Hen., Ld. Compton, 219
-, Peter, 219
-, Werburgh, see Brereton
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1528), 219
-, Wm., Ld. Compton, earl of Northampton (d. 1630), 219

Compton (in Enford), 3–5

Compton Chamberlayne, vicar of, see Head, Ric.

confirmation centre, 131

Congregationalists, 105, 153, 305

conservation areas, 25, 28, 122, 235, 255, 285, 298

Convers, Rog., 32

Cooe:
-, John, 67
-, Ric, 67

Cooke (Cook):
-, E. H., 224
-, —,128

Coolie (fl. 1066), 133

Coombe:
-, Baldwin of, 159
-, Edith, see Goion
-, Gerard of, 159
-, Joan of, m. Ralph Bannister, 34, 157
-, John of, 34, 157
-, John of, s. of John, 34, 157
-, Ric. of (d. c. 1293), 157
-, Ric. of (fl. 1313), and his w. Anstice, 157
-, Ric. of (d. c. 1329), 157
-, Sir Ric. of (d. 1361), 157
-, Ric. (d. by 1460), 34, 157
-, Rob. of, 34, 157
-, Wal. of (fl. 1357), 139
-, Wal. of (?the same, fl. 1364), 34
-, Wal. of (fl. 1382), 34, 157

Coombes, Rob., 247

Cooper:
-, John, and his w. Maud, 219, 289
-, Laur., 268
-, Thos., 58
-, Wm., 269
-, and see Cowper

coppices and coppicing, 15, 127, 169, 180, 285, 291, 295

Cor:
-, John, 52
-, Rob., 284, 304
-, Wm., 213, 284, 304
-, —, 52

corn dealer, 224

Cornelius-Reid, J. V., 32

Corniole, Wm., 287

Cornwall, earl of, see Dunstanville, Reynold de

coronation, 205

coroner, 83, 129

Corsley, 188

Corton (in Boyton), 239

Couci (Coucy):
-, Aubrey de, 3, 8, 98, 109–10
-, Ingram de, earl of Bedford, 125
-,-, his w., see Isabel

Coulston:
-, Eleanor, see Forstel
-, Ralph of, 35

council houses, 8, 23, 25, 57, 64–5, 72, 81–2, 96, 107–8, 122–3, 138, 145, 156, 170, 186, 198, 204, 217–18, 229, 245, 255, 266,276–7, 287, 298

Countess (in Amesbury), 13, 28–9
-, agric, 13, 28, 38, 43–4
-, common meadow, 13
-, common pasture, 13, 38, 44
-, Countess Ct., later Farm, 21, 28, 55
-, cust. tenants, 44
-, dom. archit., 28–9
-, fair, 46
-, farms, 28, 37, 43–4
-, man., 13, 31, 33–4, 36, 43–6. 48
-, mill, 45–6
-, pk., 44
-, roads, 29

Country Leisure Group Ltd., 76

Courage, Barclay, & Simonds Ltd., 129

Courage (Central) Ltd., 129

coursing and coursing clubs, 19, 157, 267, 299

Court, Francis, 139

Courtenay:
-, Marg., see St. Lo
-, Sir Peter, 57, 246

Courtney, Ernest, 299

courts and jurisdictions, see under places; and see arbitration; assizes; forest law; High Court; hundred courts; market sessions; Wiltshire: co. cts., petty sessions, quarter sessions

Cowmeadow, Eleanor F. B., 55

Cowper:
-, Anne, w. of Thos. (d. 1756), m. 2
-,-, John Neate, 111
-, Edm., 111
-, John (d. 1561), 99, 110, 140
-, John (fl. c. 1603), 110
-, Marg., w. of John (d. 1561), 99, 110–11
-, Maud, m. Thos. Lovell, 99
-, Ric, 99, 110
-, Thos. (fl. 1618), 99, 110, 140
-, Thos. (d. 1626), 111
-, Thos. (d. 1728), and his w. Sarah, 111
-, Thos. (d. 1756), 111
-, fam., 114, 118
-, and see Cooper

Cox:
-, Hugh, 273
-, Laur., 261
-, Mary Anne, m. F. J. Chapman, 111
-, Mary Anne, w. of Wm., see Poore
-, Steph., 9
-, Wm. (fl. 1789), 111
-, Wm. (fl. 1843), 111

crab trees, 150

Cracherode:
-, Ant., 74, 77, 79
-, Mordaunt, 75

Craford:
-, Joan, see Norris
-, Rob., 87

Crane:
-, Eliz., m. David Waterhouse, 146–7
-, Eluzai, m. 1 John Jones, 2 Hen. Cromwell, 146–7
-, Frances, m. Sir Jas. Bouchier, 146–7
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Brockett, 146–7
-, Thos., 146

Crauford, John of, rector of Wylye, 303; and see Crawford

Craven:
-, Fulwar, Ld. Craven, 11
-, Geo., earl of Craven, 11
-, Wm., earl of Craven (d. 1697), 8–9, 11
-, Wm., Ld. Craven (d. 1711), 11
-, Wm., Ld. Craven (d. 1739), 11
-, Wm., Ld. Craven (d. 1769), 11
-, Wm., Ld. Craven (d. 1791), 11
-, Wm., earl of Craven (d. 1825), 11
-, Wm., earl of Craven (d. 1866), 11
-, Wm., earl of Craven (d. 1921), and his w. Cornelia, 11
-, Wm., earl of Craven (d. 1965), 11

Crawford:
-, Cath., see Snow
-, Jas., 171
-, Mary, m. 1 Edw. Wake, 2 Wm. Swainton, 171
-, and see Crauford

crayfish, 18

creamery depot, 160

cricket, cricket grounds and clubs, 19, 82, 157, 299

Cripps:
-, R. G., 247
-, Sarah, w. of R. G., m. 2 Wm. Goddard, 247

Croc the huntsman, 157–8

Crockford, Thos., vicar of Fisherton de la Mere, 303–4

Crofts, John, rector of Mottisfont, 12, 153

Cromwell:
-, Eliz., see Meverell
-, Eluzai, see Crane
-, Hen., 147
-, Thos., Ld. Cromwell, earl of Ardglass, 37

Crook:
-, C. H., 31
-, I. C, 34–5
-, M. J., 34
-, N. C, 34
-, Peter, 268

crops (less common), see clover; French grass; rye grass; sainfoin

croquet ground, 245

Crosdill:
-, Eliz., see Long
-, John, 87

Crouch, John, vicar of Alderbury, 153

Crown Mineral Water Works Ltd., 129

Crown Sanitary Laundry, 129

cuckingstool, 48

Cumberland, duke of, see William

Cumberland, bp. of Carlisle, see Kite

Cunliffe, A. P., 172, 257, 260, 278

Cunnington, Wm., 17

curriers, 47

Curtis, A. A., 9

Curzon, Mary, 190

Cusse, Hen., rector of Ludgershall, 131

customary payments, 5; and see cert money; chevage; sheriff's aid; suitors' fines; tithing fine

Curt, John, 158

cygnets, 295

D.

Daccombe, Sir John, 65–7

Daccombe, Sir John, 65–7

dace, 18

dairying, 10, 59, 68, 88, 90, 101, 128, 135, 141, 150, 160, 181, 189, 197, 200, 210, 221, 231, 239, 281, 290, 302

Dampier:
-, John, rector of Wylye and of West Meon, canon of Ely, 304
-, Thos., dean of Durham, rector of Wylye, 304

Dangers:
-, Christine, w. of Ric, m. 2 John Kaynell, 36
-, John (fl. 1294), 36, 179
-, John (fl. 1323), 179, 181
-, John (?the same, fl. 1364), 36
-, Ralph (fl. 1252), 36, 179–80
-, Ralph (fl. 1317), 179
-, Ric, 36
-, Wm. (Pseveral of the name), 36, 179, 181
-, fam., 179

Daniel, —, 226

Danton, John, 132

Darell:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1530), 230
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1549), 230
-, Eleanor, 230
-, Wm., 230

Dartford priory (Kent), 208

Daubeney:
-, Clarice, m. Sir Edm. Spigurnel, 288
-, Eliz., see Pauncefoot
-, Giles, Ld. Daubeney (d. 1508), 172
-, Giles (d. 1559), 35
-, Giles (d. 1630), 35
-, Hen. (fl. 12th cent.), 171, 288
-, Hen. (fl. 1258), 171, 288, 292
-, Hen. (d. c. 1278), 171, 207, 288, 292
-, Hen., earl of Bridgwater (d. 1548), 172
-, Hugh, 35
-, Jas. (fl. 1510), 35
-, Jas. (d. 1613), 35
-, Niel, 288
-, Rob., 288
-, Wal., 171, 288
-, Wm., 288
-, —, 291

Dauntsey:
-, Ambrose (d. 1555), 157
-, Ambrose (d. 1562), 157
-, Joan, ?w. of John (fl. 1391), see Woodfalls
-, Joan, w. of Thos., see Bannister
-, John (fl. 1391), 194
-, John (d. 1559), 157
-, Sir John (fl. 1627), 157
-, Thos., 34, 157
-, Wm., 157

Dauntsey's agricultural school, 252

Davenant, John, bp. of Salisbury, 151

Davis (Davies):
-, Anne, see Swayne
-, Geo. (fl. c. 1660), 86
-, Geo. (fl. 1704), 86
-, John, 86–7
-, John, s. of John, 86
-, Thos., 273
-, Wm. (fl. 1635), 86
-, Wm. (another), 86
-, Wm. (another), 86
-, Wm. (fl. 1841), 208

Davye, Rob., 247

Dawson:
-, Hen., 34
-, R. C, 207, 279

Day, John, 149

Dean, West, see Bentley wood

Dear, fam., 90

deer, 18, 126–7

Defence Medical Equipment Depot (formerly Army Medical Stores), 124

Defoe, Dan., 40

Denison-Pender, Sir John, 134

Deptford:
-, John of, 300
-, Phil, of, 195
-, Rob. of, 300

Deptford (in Wylye), 165, 167, 197, 201, 295, 303
-, agric, 295, 302
-, almsho., 305
-, boundaries, 183, 295
-, chap., 303
-, common meadow, 302
-, common pasture, 302
-, cts., 303
-, cust. tenants, 302
-, Deptford club, 299
-, dom. archit., 298–9
-, farm, 299–300, 302
-, inc., 302
-, inn, 298–9
-, man., 299–300
-, mill, 302
-, pop., 297
-, prehist. rem., 297
-, roads, 295, 297

Derby, earl of, see Henry IV

Derbyshire, curate of Little Eaton, see Pickford

Despencer-Robertson, J. A. St. G. F., 147

Despenser:
-, Hugh le, Ld. le Despenser, earl of Winchester (d. 1326), 237, 246, 257, 292
-, Hugh le, Ld. le Despenser (d. 1326), 30, 37, 246

Devenish:
-, H. N., 84
-, M. H. W., 84–5
-, Mat., 70

Devereux, Rob., earl of Essex, 21, 32

Deverill, Kingston, 3–4, 29 n

Devizes, 15, 95, 106
-, bell foundry, 293
-, cast., 124, 128

Devon, see Barnstaple
-, Exeter, canon, see Chippenham, Thos.

Dickenson, Leonard, vicar of South Newton, 225

Diddenham (in Shinfield, Berks.), 3

Digby, Chas., curate of Maddington, 212

Dinton, 180

diseases, see gaol fever; measles; plague; smallpox

disseisin, 261

disturbing the peace, 151

Ditchampton (in Burcombe and Wilton), 165, 167

Ditcheat (Som.), 52

Dole hundred, 1, 165–7, 271
-, meeting place, 165

domestic architecture, see under places; and see bungalows; council houses; dovecot; flats; folly (archit.); hotels; model farm buildings; oast house; pigeon house; police houses

doorkeeper, John the, see John

Dorset, 233; and see Marnhull; Shaftesbury
-, Iwerne Courtney, rector, see Wotton
-, Steepleton Iwerne, rector, see Moore, Thos.

Douglas:
-, Archibald, Ld. Douglas, 31
-, Cath., see Hyde
-, Chas., duke of Queensberry, 22, 28, 31, 33–5, 37. 40–1, 43–4
-, J. A., 70
-, Wm., duke of Queensberry, 31, 33

dovecot, 238

Dowling, Hen., 95

Downe:
-, Edw., 230
-, Nic, 230
-, Rob., 230

Downing, Edm., 126

Downton, see Woodfalls, Upper

dramatist, see Gay

Drax:
-, Edw., 206, 231, 268
-, Eliz., see Ernie
-, Hen., 206
-, Sarah, m. Ric. Erle-Drax-Grosvenor, 206, 231, 268
-, Thos., 206–7, 231, 268

Draycot, Wm. of, and his w. Susan, 8

Dredge:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Blake, 188
-, John, 188
-, Mary, m. Geo. Smith, 188
-, Solomon, 188

dressage training, 76

driveller, Godwine the, see Godwine

drowners (of water meadows), 223–4, 291, 301–2

Druid's Lodge estate, 172, 256–7, 259, 278

Drummond, John, 196, 300

drunkenness, 102

Dugdale, Jas., 87

Duke:
-, And. (d. 1633), 65–6
-, And. (d. 1678), 66, 112
-, And. (d. 1727), 66
-, And. (d. 1730), 66–7
-, Anne, m. Ant. Southby, 66
-, Avice, w. of John (d. 1671), 112, 176
-, Edw. (d. 1705), 279
-, Edw. (fl. 1809), 86
-, Geo. (d. 1618), 65, 86
-, Geo. (fl. 1627), 66
-, Geo. (fl. 1647), 66
-, Geo. (d. 1655), 86
-, Geo. (d. 1690), 86
-, Geo. (fl. 1675–99), 87, 112, 114, 172
-, John (d. 1657), 86, 90
-, John (d. 1671), 87, 112, 114, 172
-, John (another, d. 1671), 66, 86–7, 114,172
-, John (d. 1743), 87
-, John (fl. 1756), 87
-, Mary, dau. of And. (d. 1730), 66
-, Mary, w. of And. (d. 1678), 66
-, Rebecca, m. Geo. or Gorges Hely, 279
-, Ric, 66–7, 70
-, Rob. (d. 1725), 86
-, Rob. (d. 1749), 86
-, Rob. (d. 1793), and his w. Jane, 86
-, fam., 67

Dun:
-, Aubrey, w. of Geof., m. 2 Ellis the huntsman, 139
-, Geof. le, 139
-, Sir John (fl. 1312), 8, 11
-, John le (Panother, d. c. 1331), 139
-, Sim. le, 139
-, Wm. le (d. 1286), 139
-, Wm. (fl. 1388), 179

Dunham:
-, Anne, m. Francis Meverell, 37
-, Eliz., see Bowet
-, John (d. 1524), 37
-, Sir John (d. 1533), 37

Dunsany, Baroness, see PlunkettErnle-Erle-Drax, Ernie

Dunstanville:
-, Adelize, see Lisle
-, Parnel de, m. John de la Mare, 194
-, Reynold de, 194
-, Reynold de, earl of Cornwall (d. 1176), 194–5
-, Sibyl, w. of Wal., m. 2 Ingram de Pratell, 194
-, Wal. de (d. 1194), 194
-, Wal. de (d. 1241), 194

Dunworth hundred, 166

Durford abbey (in Rogate, Suss.), no, 248

Durham:
-, bp., see Tunstall
-, dean of cath. ch., see Dampier, Thos.

Durnford:
-, John of, 74
-, Wal. of, and his w. Joan, 57
-, Wm. of (fl. 1242–3), 83–4
-, Wm. of (?the same, fl. 1268), 4
-, Wm. of (?another, fl. 1286), 84

Durnford, 3–5, 78, 79–93, 213
-, adv., 91
-, agric, 79, 88
-, boundaries; 18, 40, 79, 81
-, bridges, 79
-, ch., 80, 87, 91–3, 92
-, common meadow, 88
-, common pasture, 88
-, curates, 92
-, cust. tenants, 88
-, Diamond bottom, 79–80
-, Durnford, Great, q.v.
-, Durnford, Little, q.v.
-, field systems, 18, 80
-, High Post, 79, 81, 90
-, ind., 90
-, man., 80, 82–8
-,-, Rectory, 4–5, 87–8, 91
-, mills, 90
-, Netton, q.v.
-, Newtown, q.v.
-, Norman ton, q.v.
-, pks., 80, 83, 85, 88–9
-, poor relief, 91
-, pop., 80
-, prebend and prebendaries, see Salisbury, cath. ch.
-, prebendal ho., 80
-, prehist. rem., 80
-, prot. nonconf., 81, 93
-, roads, 79
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 80
-, Salterton, q.v.
-, schs., 81–2, 93
-, tithes, 87–8, 91
-, vicarage, 91
-, vicarage ho., 80, 91
-, vicars, 91–2; and see Hinxman, J. N.; Parr, J. O.; Selby; Squire; Walter
-, woodland, 79, 88–90

Durnford, Great (in Durnford), 5, 15–16, 79, 81, 91
-, agric, 80, 88, 90
-, airfield, 79, 81, 88, 90
-, common meadow, 88
-, common pasture, 88
-, cts., 90
-, cust. tenants, 88, 90
-, dom. archit., 80–1, 83, 90–1
-, Durnford Manor, 80, 83, 93
-, farms, 84, 88–9
-, inc., 84, 88, 91
-, ind., 81
-, inn, 81
-, man., 82–4, 88, 91
-,-, Southend, 4, 82–4, 86
-, mills, 81, 90
-, Ogbury camp, 80, 88
-, pop., 80

Durnford, Little (in Durnford), 5, 79, 81, 91
-, agric, 80, 88–9
-, bridge, 81
-, common meadow, 88–9
-, common pasture, 88–9
-, cts., 90–1
-, cust. tenants, 89
-, dom. archit., 81, 84–5
-, farms, 81, 89
-, Little Durnford Manor, 81, 84–5, 186
-, man., 4, 80, 84–6, 91
-, mill, 90
-, pop., 80
-, roads, 81

Durrington, 1, 3–4, 29 n, 38, 44, 61, 93–105, 94, 117
-, adv., 102
-, agric, 93, 95, 99–102
-, army camp, 97; and see Larkhill camp
-, boundaries, 15, 29, 93
-, bridges, 96
-, chaplains, 101–2; and see Marris
-, char., 105
-, ch., 95, 102–3
-,-, cross, 251
-, common meadow, 93
-, common pasture, 93, 100
-, cts., 101–2, 116
-, curates, 102–3, 117, 142; and see Fowle, Hen.; Head, Hen. and Ric; Maton, Leonard; Owen; Ruddle, C. S.; Webb, Ric.; Westcombe
-, cust. tenants, 99–102
-, dom. archit., 95–6
-, Durrington Walls, 95
-, Fargo camp, 97
-,-, hosp., 97
-, farms, 44, 99–101, 115
-, field system, 95
-, fire, 96
-, inc., 98–100
-, inns, 95–6, 101
-, Lark Hill, 93, 95
-, Larkhill camp, q.v.
-, man., 97–9, 141
-,-, Bessin's, 98–100
-,-, East End, 4, 93, 98–100, 102, 113
-,-, Ingram's, 99–100
-,-, Lawes, 99–100
-,-, Marsh's, 98, 100
-,-, Rectory, 99–100, 102
-,-, West End, 4, 93, 97–102
-, military activity, 93, 95, 101
-, mill, 96, 101
-, police sta., 97
-, poor relief, 102
-, pop., 95
-, prehist. rem., 95; and see (both s.v. Durrington) Durrington Walls; Woodhenge
-, prot. nonconf., 95, 103, 105
-, public libr., 97
-, rectors, 96, 102–3; and see Ruddle, A. G. and C. S.
-, rectory ho., 102
-, roads, 63, 95
-, Rom. Catholicism, 103
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 95
-, schs., 95–6, 105, 143
-, streets, 95–7
-, tithes, 99, 102
-, vicar, 102; and see Ruddle, C. S.
-, vicarage, 102
-, Woodhenge, 95
-, woodland, 93, 95

Dyer, Rob., rector of Sherrington, 241

Dyke:
-, Dan., 113
-, Edw., see Poore
-, T. W., 67
-, Thos., 113
-, Wm. (d. by 1776), 113
-, Wm. (d. 1818), 67, 110, 113, 115

Dykeman:
-, Agnes, see Stabber
-, John, 219, 289

Dynne, Hen., 247

Dyson, Francis, rector of North Tidworth and of South Tidworth, canon of Salisbury, 161

E.

Eadgifu, queen of Edw. the Elder, 29

Eadred, King, 29, 179, 207

Eadwig, King, 179

Earle, Jos., 8; and see Erle

Easton, priory of, 258, 261
-, confratres, 261
-, priors, 261; and see Marshall, Wm.

Eaton, John, 268

Eaton, Little (Derb.), curate of, see Pickford

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 50, 86–7, 91, 98–9, 102, 109, 111, 113, 117, 206, 212, 258, 269

ecclesiastical practices, see appropriations; candles; confirmation centre; evangelical revival; invocation of saints; obits; oratory; papal provision; relics; retreat; sinecurists; Tractarianism; vicarages, ordination of

Eddulf (fl. 1066), 157

Edgar, King, 29, 84, 219, 237

Edington:
-, priory, 248
-, Tinhead, q.v.

Edith, queen of Edw. the Confessor, 277

Edmonds, see Edmunds

Edmund, King, 179, 218, 299

Edmund, earl of Leicester and of Lancaster, 125, 277

Edmund (of Woodstock), earl of Kent (d. 1330), 139

Edmund, earl of Kent (d. 1331), 139

Edmunds (Edmonds, Edmund, Edmundes):
-, H. A., 66, 73
-, Hen., 9
-, P. M. L., 66, 73
-, Sarah, see Kingsmill
-, Sir Thos., 73
-, Wm., 74

Edric (fl. 1066), 170

Edward (the Martyr), King (d. 978), 194

Edward the Confessor, King, 29

Edward the Elder, King, 29

Edward I, 21, 124–5, 127, 187

Edward II, 30, 125, 272

Edward III, 30

Edward IV, 31, 125, 267

Edward VI, 38

Edward, prince of Wales, 30, 161, 246

Edward (fl. 1086), 277

Edwards:
-, Mary Anne, see Poore
-, Wm., 111

Edwin (fl. 1066), 194

Edwy, King, 220

eels, 102

Egerton, (formerly Hayter), F. T., 149

Egginton, J. L., see Ernle-Erle-Drax

Ekins:
-, Chas., 151
-, John, rector of Newton Tony, rector of Trowbridge, dean of Salisbury, 151
-, Rob., 151

Eleanor (of Provence), queen of Hen. III, 30, 124

electricity generating and supply, 27, 29, 46

Elizabeth 1, 112

Elliott, John, see Hill

Ellis the huntsman, 139
-, his w., see Dun, Aubrey

Ellis, Nic. s. of, see Nicholas

Elston (in Orcheston St. George), 166–7

Elstub and Everleigh hundred, 3

Elstub hundred, 165–6

Elward (fl. 1066), 124

Ely (Cambs.), canon of cath. ch. of, see Dampier, John

emigration (of paupers), 102, 106

end, John at the, see Wilton

Enford, 4
-, Compton, q.v.
-, vicar, see Alt

engineer, 224

engineering, 47; and see WAECO Ltd.

engineering works, 224

English Heritage, 17

English Nature (formerly Nature Conservancy Council), 207, 210, 279, 299

entertainments, see bands; bioscope; cinemas; scotales; theatres

Epaignes, Nic. de, 247

equestrian centre, 76

Erenburgis (fl. 1086), 198

Erle, Chris., 141; and see Earle

Erle-Drax-Grosvenor:
-, Jane, m. John Sawbridge, 206, 231, 268
-, (formerly Grosvenor), Ric. (d. 1819), 206, 231, 268
-, Ric. (d. 1828), 206, 231, 268
-, Sarah, see Drax

Ernie:
-, Sir Edw., Bt., 206, 231, 268
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Drax, 206, 231, 268
-, Martha, see Tooker
-, Sir Wal., Bt. (d. 1682), 206, 231, 267–8
-, Sir Wal., Bt. (d. 1690), 206, 231, 268

Ernle-Erle-Drax, (formerly Egginton), J. L., 206

Errington:
-, Gerard (d. 1598), 86
-, Gerard (fl. 1610), 86
-, Nic, 86

Essex, earls of, see Bohun; Devereux

estates (agricultural and sporting), see Ablington Ho.; Bapton Manor; Biddesden; Cholderton; Druid's Lodge; Fonthill Ho.; Ratfyn Estates Ltd.; Savernake; Scotland Lodge; Shrewton Lodge; Tidworth; Tilshead Lodge; Wilton

Estcourt:
-, Anne, 252
-, Sir Edw., 220
-, Giles (d. 1587), 220
-, Sir Giles, Bt. (fl. 1646), 220

Etchilhampton, 206

Ethelred, King, 124, 299

Ethelwold (fl. 10th cent.), 299

Etherington, G., 208

Eton College (Bucks.), 198, 200–1, 220
-, lower master, 304
-, provost, 201

Etton:
-, John, 11
-, Ric, and his w. Joan, 159

Etwall, Ric, and his w. Mary, 84

Eu, Wm. of, 57, 73, 82–3, 86, 88

Evangelical Fellowship of Congregational Churches, 70, 105

evangelical revival (Anglican), 273

Evans, R. J., 268

Everard, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Everard:
-, Agnes, w. of Wm., m. 2 John Goion (?fl. 1312), 34
-, Beatrice, see Bishop
-, Edith, m. Ric. Marwardine, 83
-, John, 83
-, Maud, 36
-, Wm., 34
-, fam., 34

Everett:
-, Anna Maria, 133
-, C. E., 134
-, Ellen, 133
-, Hen., 134
-, J. H., 130, 134
-, Martha, 133
-, Thos. (d. 1810), 130, 134
-, Thos. (d. 1860), 134

Everleigh, 128
-, liberty, 3
-, rector, see Cane

Exeter (Devon), canon of cath. ch. of, see Chippenham, Thos.

Eyre:
-, Eleanor, m. John Boys, 231
-, Harriet, m. Geo. Matcham, 57
-, John (fl. 1582), 207
-, John (d. 1599), and his w. Anne, 231
-, John (fl. 1760), 304
-, Mary, w. of Rob. (d. 1752), 57, 220
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1735), 112, 220
-, Rob. (d. 1752), 57–8, 112
-, Sir Sam. (d. 1698), 112, 220
-, Sam. (d. 1794), 57, 220
-, Susannah, m. Wm. Purvis, 57, 220
-, Thos., 207
-, and see Purvis

Eyre-Matcham:
-, Geo., 57–8
-, Wm., see Matcham

Eyton:
-, Anne, m. Ben. Winchcomb, 158
-, Francis, and his w. Jane, 158

F.

Faber, Wal., 122–4

Faberstown (in Kimpton (Hants); later in Ludgershall), 119, 124, 129–31
-, dom. archit., 124
-, waterworks, 123

fairs:
-, agricultural, 46, 190
-, hiring, 190
-, pleasure, 190
-, and see Amesbury; Countess; Langford, Steeple; Ludgershall; Stonehenge; Tilshead; Weyhill; Wishford, Great; Wylye; Yarnbury castle

Fallon, John, 206, 279

Fancourt, —, 291

Fane:
-, Arthur, 238
-, E. D. V., 238
-, H. N., 238
-, Lucy, see Bennett

Farleigh Hungerford (Som.), 280

Farley (in Alderbury), 208, 213

Farley (in Swallowfield, Berks.), 3

farm colony, 42

Farquharson, R. J., 268

Fastolf:
-, Sir John, 194
-, Millicent, see Scrope

Fauconer:
-, Wm. (d. 1558), 158
-, Wm. (d. c. 1610), 158, 162

fee farm, 38

felonies, 48, 291

felons' goods, 175

fences, overseers of, 189

Fenston Trust, 172, 257, 278

Ferrers, Baron and Earl, see Shirley

Festing, J., 208

Fiennes:
-, Celia, 147
-, Nat. (d. 1669), and his w. Frances, 147,153
-, Nat., Vet. Saye and Sele, 147
-, fam., 147

Figheldean, 3–4, 93, 104, 105–19, 107
-, Ablington, q.v.
-, adv., 117
-, agric, 106, 114
-, almshos., 107
-, Alton, q.v.
-, boundaries, 105
-, bridges, 106
-, cemetery, 108
-, char., 119
-, Choulston, q.v.
-, ch., 105–6, 113, 117–18
-, common meadow, 106, 114
-, common pasture, 106, 114
-, cts., 116
-, curates, 117
-, cust. tenants, 114, 116
-, dom. archit., 106–8, 117
-, farms, 109–11, 114–16
-, field system, 106
-, glebe, 117
-, inc., 114
-, inn, 107
-, Knighton, q.v.
-, man., 4, 109–10, 112–13, 256
-,-, Read's, 109–10, 114
-,-, Rectory, 113–14, 117
-, military activity, 106, 116
-, mills, 106, 116
-, Netheravon camp, q.v.
-, poor relief, 117
-, pop., 106
-, prehist. rem., 105–6; and see Figheldean, Robin Hood's Ball
-, prot. nonconf., 107, 117–18
-, rectory, 117
-, roads, 106
-, Robin Hood's Ball, 105–6
-, Rom. Catholicism, 52, 108, 118
-, schs., 107, 118–19, 143
-, streets, 106–8
-, Syrencot, q.v.
-, tithes, 113, 117
-, vicarage, 117, 141
-, vicarage ho., 117
-, vicars, 117–18; and see Carswell; Hume; Lewis, Geo.
-, woodland, 115

Fildes, Geof., 27

fire engines, see Amesbury; Wishford, Great

fires, see Amesbury; Brigmerston; Bulford; Durrington; Larkhill camp; Ludgershall; Newton, South

fireworks manufacture, 90

fish, 295; and see crayfish; dace; eels; herrings; loach; trout

Fisher, F. R., 12

Fisherton Anger, 165, 167, 176
-, gaol, 21

Fisherton de la Mere, 181, 190, 295, 303–4
-, Bapton, q.v.
-, ch., 304
-, common pasture, 209
-, farm, 302
-, man., 113, 300
-, vicar, see Crockford
-, vicarage, 303

fishing, 18, 48–9, 90, 102; and see Wilton Fly Fishing club

fishing (illegal), 90, 102, 291

Fittleton, see Netheravon camp

FitzAlan:
-, Edm., earl of Arundel, 112
-, Hen., earl of Arundel, 112, 238, 257, 279
-, Humph., earl of Arundel, 112, 257
-, John, see Arundel
-, Maud, see Paynel
-, Ric, earl of Arundel (d. 1376), 112
-, Ric, earl of Arundel (d. 1397), 112
-, Thos., earl of Arundel (d. 1415), 112
-, Thos., earl of Arundel (d. 1524), 112, 238
-, (or Mautravers), Wm., earl of Arundel (d. 1487), 112, 238, 257
-, Wm., earl of Arundel (d. 1544), 112, 238

FitzGilbert:
-, John, 124
-, Ric, earl of Pembroke, 82

FitzOsbern, Wm., earl of Hereford, 29

FitzPeter, Wm., 124

FitzWarin, Wm., 111

FitzWilliam, Sir Wm., earl of Southampton, 110

flats, 81, 96, 122, 138, 145, 156, 287

Fleming, Hen., and his w. Joan, 232

flint mining, 95

flints (for guns), preparation of, 189

Flitcroft, Hen., 32–3

flooding, 155, 169, 203–4, 213, 229, 237, 242, 244, 252, 265–6, 275–7

Flooks, J. H., 225, 227

Florey, Ric, 61

Flower, John, 99

Foliott, Jane, m. — Fussell, 247

folly (archit.), 143, 147–8

Fontevrault, order of, 19

Fonthill Gifford:
-, Fonthill Abbey, 195
-, man., 238

Fonthill House estate, 238–9

Foote, Ric, vicar of Tilshead, 273

Ford:
-, Adam de la (d. by 1326), 288, 291
-, Sir Adam de la (d. by 1349), 288
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Adam, m. 2 Sir Rob. of London, 288

fords, 6, 25–6, 56, 64, 81, 106, 178, 184, 204, 217, 237, 295

forest law, 15
-, cts., 285, 287
-, eyres, 21, 134
-, inquests, 287
-, swanimotes, 197, 215

Foresters:
-, Modern Order, 123
-, Order, 107

forestry, commercial, 239

Forestry Commission, 181

forests, see Chute; Grovely; Ludgershall; Melchet; and see Collingbourne woods; coppices and coppicing; Forestry Commission; plantations; trees; and (under places) see woodland

Forstel:
-, Eleanor, w. of Wm. de, m. 2 Ralph of Coulston, 35
-, Wm. de, 35

Forster:
-, Alice, see Popham
-, Sir Geo., 187, 190
-, Humph, (d. 1500), 187
-, Sir Humph, (d. 1556), 187, 190
-, Sir Humph, (d. 1602), 187
-, Nat., rector of Allington, 11
-, Wm. (d. 1574), 187, 190
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1605), 187

Forthey, Nic, 139

Fothergill, E. R., 134

Fountaine, Thos., rector of North Tidworth, vicar of Old Windsor, 161

Fovant, 226

Fowle:
-, F. W., rector of Allington, curate and vicar of Amesbury, canon of Salisbury, 12, 51
-, Hen. (d. 1803), 98
-, Hen. (fl. 1828), curate of Durrington, 103
-, T. E. (d. 1877), 98
-, T. E. (d. 1932), 98
-, Thos., 98
-, Wm., 98

Fowler, Ellis, 112

fowling, 18, 48

Fox:
-, Sir Steph. (d. 1716), 205, 208, 212–13
-, (later Fox-Strangways), Steph., Ld. Ilchester, earl of Ilchester (d. 1776), 205

Fox-Strangways:
-, Hen., earl of Ilchester (d. 1802), 205
-, Hen., earl of Ilchester (fl. 1809), 205
-, Steph., see Fox

Foxhanger, Jas., 67

foxhounds, 65

Foyle:
-, Edw. (d. 1784), 74
-, Edw. (d. 1832), 73–4

Frampton:
-, Mary, see Levinz
-, Mat., 84, 139

France, Marg. of, see Margaret

France, see Bec-Hellouin; Caen; Jumièges; Lille; Mans, Le; Mortain
-, Bayeux, bp., see Odo

Francis, Hugh, 207

Franklin:
-, Thos., 247
-, Wm., 207

Fraser:
-, Agnes, w. of Jas., 79
-, Jas., rector of Cholderton, bp. of Manchester, 77, 79

Frawin (fl. 1086), III

Freemantle:
-, Rob. (d. 1718), 58
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1741), 58

freemasonry, 123

Freke:
-, Eliz., 230
-, Sir Thos., 58

French grass, 160

French Revolution, 52

Frenchman, 240

Freville, Sir Alex, de, and his w. Joan, 172

friendly societies, 64, 82, 96, 123, 146, 156, 170, 245, 267; and see clubs and societies

Friesian cows, 150

Fugglestone, 165, 167, 213, 220, 225
-, Bemerton, q.v.
-, Quidhampton, q.v.
-, rector, see Kelsey

Fulflood, Nic, see Winchester

Fuller, Nic, rector of Allington and of Bishop's Waltham, canon of Salisbury, 11

fulling, 45, 224, 301–2

fulling mills, 45, 116, 186, 189–90, 224, 301

Fundenhall, Geof. of, no

Furness:
-, Sir Chris., Baron Furness, 171–2, 187, 205, 257, 278
-, Marmaduke, Baron Furness, 171

furniture depositories, 47, 224

furniture selling, 129

furrows, overseers of, 189

Fussell, Jane, see Foliott

G.

G.W.R., 178, 184, 216, 235, 253, 285, 297–8

'gafol land', 270

Gale:
-, Rob., and his w. Eliz., 37
-, Rob., s. of Rob., 37

Galloway cattle, 75

gallows, 4, 91, 129, 291

games (illegal playing of), 175

gaol delivery, 21

gaol fever, 121

gaols, 261; and see Fisherton Anger

Gapper, Ant., see Southby

gardens, 33, 122, 134, 148, 266–7; and see landscaping

Garsdon, 35

gasworks, 27, 218, 224

Gauntlet (Gauntlett):
-, Hen., 273
-, Hugh, 47
-, John, 181
-, Wm., 47
-, fam., 46

Gay, John, 33

Geering, Gregory, 130

Gennings:
-, John, 247
-, Mary, w. of Rob. (d. 1739), 247
-, Rob. (d. 1739), 247
-, Rob., s. of Rob. (d. 1739), 247
-, Rob (fl. 1829), 247
-, Rob. (?several of the name), 247
-, and see Jennings

George IV, 205

Gerald, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Gerald, Warin s. of, see Warin

Germans, 128

Germany, see Westphalia

Gervase son of Sprackling, 220

gibbet, 203

Gibbs, John, 231

Giffard:
-, Aveline, w. of John, Ld. Giffard (d. 1322), 257
-, Ellis (d. by 1130), 237
-, Ellis (d. by 1162), 237
-, Ellis (d. by 1190), 237
-, Sir Ellis (d. 1248), 207, 230, 237, 269
-, Gilb., 207
-, Hugh, 207
-, Sir John, Ld. Giffard (d. 1299), 237, 240
-, John, Ld. Giffard (d. 1322), 237, 240, 256, 258
-, John (d. c. 1327), 207, 230
-, Osbern, 237
-, —, 235
-, fam., 1, 237

Gilbert:
-, Chas., 247
-, Hen., 149
-, John (?two of the name), 207
-, John (d. 1604), 207
-, John (d. 1661), 207
-, John (fl. 1662), 207
-, John (fl. 1690), 247
-, Jos. (d. 1759), 208
-, Jos. (fl. 1832), 247
-, Wm. (d. 1548), 207
-, Wm. (fl. 1688), 207–8
-, Wm. (fl. 1736), 208, 247
-, Wm. (?the same), 247
-, Wm. (d. 1777), 208
-, Wm. (fl. 1832), 247
-, fam., 207

Giles, Nat., rector of Steeple Langford, 191

Girard (fl. 1086), 148

Girle:
-, John, 153
-, fam., 153

Glastonbury abbey (Som.), 179–80

glazier, 125

glazier, John the, see John

Glenconner, Ld., see Tennant, Edw.

glider pilots, 108

Gloucester, Isabel of, see Isabel

Gloucester:
-, dukes of, see Humphrey; Richard III
-, earldom, 86
-, earls of, see Audley, Hugh; Clare

Gloucester cattle, 281

Gloucestershire, see Campden, Chipping; Kempsford; Newnton, Long

glovers, 47, 249

goats, 290

Goddard:
-, John, 159
-, Sarah, see Cripps
-, Wm., 247

Godfrey (fl. 1086), 245, 249

Godolphin, Francis, earl of Godolphin, 266

Godric (fl. 1066), 111, 229

Godric (fl. 1086), 73

Godwin (fl. 1066), 299

Godwin, Alice, m. Rob. Mompesson, 195

Godwine the driveller, 124

Goion:
-, Agnes, see Everard
-, Edith, m. Wal. of Coombe (fl. 1364), 34
-, Geof. (?two of the name), 34
-, John (fl. 1272), 34
-, John (fl. 1312), and his w. Alice, 34
-, Rob. (fl. before 1229), 34, 99
-, Rob. (fl. 1289), 5, 34
-, fam., 5, 34

Goldisborough:
-, Eliz., w. of Rob. (d. 1739), 247
-, Nic, 247, 250
-, Rob. (d. 1632), 247
-, Rob. (d. 1702), 247, 268–9
-, Rob. (d. 1739), 247
-, Wm. (d. 1608), 247, 251

goldsmith, 146; and see London, Goldsmiths' company

Good, H. N. B., 246

Goodall:
-, John (?d. c. 1521), 9
-, John (d, 1639), 9
-, John, s. of John (d. 1639), 9
-, John (d. 1719), 9
-, John (fl. 1721), 9

Goodhind, John, 111

Goodson-Wickes, Chas., 66

Gordon, Ld. Geo., 130

Gore:
-, Chas., 268
-, John, 267
-, Montague, 268
-, Philippa, see Tooker
-, Sir Thos., 206, 231, 267
-, Thos. (d. 1728), 267
-, Wm. (d. 1587), 148
-, Wm. (d. 1598), 148
-, Wm. (fl. 1605), 148
-, Wm. (fl. later 17th cent.), 267
-, Wm. (d. 1769), 267

Gore (in Market Lavington), 165–7

Gorge, Jane, see Littlecott

Gospel Standard Aid Society, 132

Gourlay, Rob., 299, 302

government bodies, see Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment; Board of Agriculture and Fisheries; Chemical and Biological Defence Establishment; Defence Medical Equipment Depot; English Heritage; English Nature; Forestry Commission; Ministry of Agriculture; Ministry of Defence; Property Services Agency; Royal Aircraft Establishment; Royal Army Ordnance depot; Scientific and Industrial Research, Dept. of; War Department; War Office

Gowland, Wm., 17

Graham:
-, Sir Jas., Bt., 126, 130
-, Jas., duke of Montrose, 266
-, Sir Sandford, Bt., 126, 130
-, Wm., duke of Montrose, 266

Graile, John, rector of North Tidworth, 161

Grand National (horserace), 128

Grange, Thos., vicar of Shrewton, 251

Grant:
-, Alice, see Williams
-, E., 248
-, E. G. N., 247
-, E. W., 230–1
-, J., 248

Gras:
-, Cecily le, see Renger
-, Laur. le, 269
-, Ric. le, 35
-, Rog. le, 35

gravel extraction, 184, 189

gravel merchant, 129

Gray, Wm., 219; and see Grey

Green:
-, Francis, 139, 141
-, Sir Hen., 112
-, Thos., rector of Little Langford, 182

Greenleaf, John, and his w. Maud, 99

Gregory, Hen., rector of Sherrington, 240–1

Grenfell:
-, Edw., Ld. St. Just, 147
-, Peter, Ld. St. Just, and his w. Maria, 147

Greville:
-, Fulk, 147
-, Louis, 85

Grey:
-, Edw., Vct. Grey, 87
-, Pamela, see Tennant
-, Wm., 12
-, and see Gray

greyhounds, 48

Gribble, G. J., 124, 134

Grimsditch, John, 173

Grobham:
-, Geo., 187, 288
-, John, 187
-, Marg., w. of Sir Ric., 187, 288
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1629), p. xxii, 171, 173, 187, 219, 288–9, 293–4
-, fam., 171

Grosvenor, Ric, see Erle-DraxGrosvenor

group and team ministries (eccl.), see Ashton Gifford; Bourne Valley; Langfords; Lower Wylye and Till Valley; Shrewton; Tilshead, Orcheston and Chitterne; Woodford Valley; Wylye and Fisherton de la Mere; Yarnbury

Grovely forest, 165, 169, 178, 197, 215, 260, 285, 287, 291, 295, 298
-, common pasture, 287, 290–2
-, firebote, 287, 293
-, forester, 289
-, hay bote, 287
-, hedgebote, 299
-, housebote, 287
-, keeper of north bailiwick, 287, 289
-, lodges, 197, 295
-, rights to take timber, 295

Grovely Grim's ditch, 178, 184, 234–5, 285, 287, 297

Grovely ridge way, 178, 184, 216, 235, 285, 295

Grovely Wood, 182, 292–3

Gudgeon, John, and his w. Joan, 139

Guinness:
-, Bryan, Ld. Moyne, 134
-, fam., 134

Gulston, Wm., rector of Milston, 142

Gurkha soldiers, 162

H.

Hadstock:
-, Idony, see Renger
-, Ric. of, 35

Hainault, Philippa of, see Philippa

Hales, Rog. de, sheriff of Wilts., 291

Hall:
-, John, 148
-, (de Aula), Nic, 279
-, Peter, rector of Milston, 141–2
-, (de la Sale), Ralph, and his w. Parnel, 279
-, Ric, 279
-, Rob., 197

Halliday:
-, Edw., 270
-, John (d. 1737), 270
-, John (d. 1754), and his w. Mary, 270

Ham, rector of, see Hayward, Phil.

Hambledon (Surr.), 157

Hamilton, Wal., bp. of Salisbury, 182

Hamlin:
-, Eliz., see Wake
-, Sir John, 278

Hampshire, 55, 63, 70, 72, 75, 119, 126, 137, 143; and see Amport; Andover; Breamore priory; Faberstown; Hayling priory; Kimpton; Lyndhurst; Mottisfont; Romsey abbey; Shipton Bellinger; Shoddesden; Southampton; Thruxton; Tidworth, South; Tytherley, West; Wellow, East; Wellow, West; Weyhill; Wherwell abbey; Winchester
-, Meon, West, rector, see Dampier, John
-, Rowner, rector, see Whitmarsh
-, Waltham, Bishop's, rector, see Fuller
-, Worting, rector, see Bradley

Hampshire Down sheep, 75, 281

Hanbury:
-, Thos. (d. 1618), 114
-, Thos. (fl. 1642), 114

handle manufacturer, 224

hanging, 186

Harcourt:
-, Chris., 187
-, Jane, see Bridges
-, Joan, see Stapleton
-, Sir John, 187
-, Sir Sim. (d. 1547), 187
-, Sir Sim. (d. 1577), 126, 132, 187
-, Sir Wal., 187, 190
-, Sir Wm., 93

Harding (fl. 1066), 109, 112

Harding:
-, John, 74
-, Thos., 74

Hardy, Wm., rector of Great Wishford, 292

hares, 19, 157, 267

Harold, Earl, 8, 37

harriers, 65

Harris:
-, Edw., earl of Malmesbury, 83
-, Jas. (d. 1668), 58
-, Jas. (d. c. 1680), 58
-, Jas. (d. 1780), 58, 80, 171, 268
-, Sir Jas., earl of Malmesbury (d. 1820), 58, 83–4, 171–2, 257, 268 Jas., earl of Malmesbury (d. 1841), 83–4
-, Jas., earl of Malmesbury (d. 1889), 83
-, Jas., earl of Malmesbury (d. 1950), 83
-, Joan, w. of Thos., 58, 268
-, Sarah, m. 1 Wm. Hayter, 2 Hen. Southby, 58
-, Thos., 58
-, Wm. (d. 1668), 58
-, Wm. (d. 1746), 58
-, fam., 58
-, fam. (another), 258

Harrison:
-, Chris., 151
-, Mic, rector of Steeple Langford, 191
-, Ric, 9, 55

Harrow way, 169, 184, 253, 295

Harsfield, Christine of, 148

Harting (Suss.), 112

Hartop:
-, Mary, see Hopton
-, Sir Thos., 270

Harward, Thos., curate of Maddington, rector of Rollestone, vicar of Winterbourne Stoke, 212, 283–4

Hassett, L., 101

Hassett International, 101

Hastings:
-, Geo., Ld. Hastings, earl of Huntingdon, 278
-, fam., 207

Hatchman, John, 9

Hatt, Chas., 134

haulier, 224

Hawes, Hen., rector of Little Langford, 182

hawking, 18–19; and see Old Hawking club; rook hawking

Hawley, Wm., 17

hay weighers, 102

Hayden, Mrs., 268

Hayling priory (Hants), 279, 282

Haymills (Contractors) Ltd., 47

Hayter:
-, Anne, 87
-, Augustine (d. 1779), 87
-, Augustine (d. 1810), 87
-, F. T., see Egerton
-, John, 270
-, Mary, m. — Swayne, 87
-, Ric, 232
-, Sarah, see Harris
-, Susanna, m. — Bundy, 50, 87
-, Thos. (fl. 1736), 149
-, Thos. (d. 1779), 75, 144, 146, 149
-, Wm. (d. by 1780), 58
-, Wm. (d. 1784), 87
-, Wm. (d. 1795), 73, 75, 149
-, Wm. (fl. 1854), 81
-, fam., 180

Hayward:
-, J. C, 205, 207
-, Phil., rector of Ham, 35
-, Thos., 35–6

Head:
-, Hen., curate of Durrington, 103
-, Ric, curate of Durrington, rector of Rollestone, vicar of Compton Chamberlayne, 103

health and medical centres, see Amesbury; Larkhill camp; Ludgershall; Tidworth, North

Hearst:
-, Caroline, m. H. P. Wyndham, 8, 172
-, Edw. (fl. 1682), 176
-, Edw. (d. 1767), 8–9, 172
-, Wm. (fl. 1705), 9
-, Wm. (d. c. 1724), 9
-, and see Hurst

hearthstone manufacture, 224

Heathcote:
-, Kath., m. C. R. M. Smith, 246
-, Sam., 246–8
-, Wm., 248
-, fam., 248

Hely:
-, Anne, m. Hen. Bowen, 279
-, Geo. or Gorges (d. 1760), 279
-, Gorges (fl. 1805), 279
-, Hampden (d. by 1814), 279
-, Hampden (d. 1859), 279
-, John, 279
-, Rebecca, see Duke

Helyar, W., 199, 299

Hendry, R. D., 126

Henley, J. C, 270

Henry I, 117, 124, 194, 205, 267, 288

Henry II, 9, 38, 97, 117, 124, 140

Henry III, 21, 124, 138

Henry IV (Hen. of Lancaster; earl of Derby), 30–1, m, 146, 171

Henry VI, 30–1, 125, 267

Henry VII, 31

Henry VIII, 31, 38

Henry, prince of Wales, 65

Henry, earl and duke of Lancaster (d. 1361), 111, 171

Henry, Jas., 126

Herbert:
-, Anne, see Compton
-, David, 238
-, Geo., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery (d. 1827), 219–20, 225, 288
-, Geo., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery (d. 1895), 110, 181
-, Sir Geo., Bt. (d. 1942), 238
-, Hen., earl of Pembroke (d. 1601), 179–81
-, Hen., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery (fl. 1993), 219–20, 225, 288, 292
-, Phil., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery (d. 1650), 18, 32, 180
-, Phil., Ld. Herbert, later earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery (d. 1669), 18, 32
-, Phil., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery (d. 1683), 293
-, Reginald, earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery, 303
-, Sidney, earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery, 183, 270
-, Sir Sidney, Bt. (d. 1939), 238, 242
-, Thos., earl of Pembroke and of Montgomery, 293
-, Sir Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1570), 110, 173, 199, 219–20, 225, 270, 299
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1630), 180

Hereford, earls of, see Bohun; Clare; FitzOsbern

Hereford, canon of cath. ch. of, see Shifford

Herefordshire cattle, 301

heresy, 91

herrings, 128

Hertford:
-, earldom, 31
-, earls of and marquess of, see Seymour

Hesdin, Ernulf of, 73–4, 170

Heskins:
-, Sam. (d. 1709), rector of Cholderton, 9. 76
-, Sam. (d. 1733). 9

Hetley:
-, Caroline, m. Phil. Pleydell-Bouverie, 8–9
-, Hen., vicar of South Newton and of Aldworth, 225

Heytesbury, 280

Heytesbury hundred, 165, 167, 197, 303

Heywood-Lonsdale, R. H., 299

Hicks, Mic, see Hicks Beach

Hicks Beach:
-, Henrietta Maria, see Beach
-, (formerly Hicks), Mic. (d. 1830), 111
-, Sir Mic, Bt. (d. 1854), 112
-, Sir Mic, Bt., Earl St. Aldwyn, 112
-, (later Beach), Wm., 112, 114

High Court, 17

Highland cattle, 75, 281

Highworth, vicar of, see Kelsey

Hill:
-, Alex., 149
-, Augustine, 149
-, E. B., 294
-, Eliz., w. of Jonathan (d. 1670), 74
-, J. L., 66
-, (or Elliott), John (d. c. 1594), 268
-, John (fl. c. 1594), 268
-, John Jonathan, 74
-, John Lee, 74
-, Jonathan (d. 1670), 74, 149
-, Jonathan (d. 1727), 74, 268
-, Thos., rector of Wylye, 304

Hilmarton, vicar of, see Hume

Hindurrington (in Bulford), 61, 64–6, 93
-, dom. archit., 64
-, farms, 65–8
-, man. (Chafyn's), 67
-, pop., 63

Hinton, Broad, vicar of, see Toogood

Hinton, Broad (in Hurst, Berks.), 3

Hinton Hatch (in Hurst, Berks.), 3

Hinton Odes (in Hurst, Berks.), 3

Hinton Pipard (in Hurst, Berks.), 3

Hinxman:
-, Edw. (fl. 1795), 84–6
-, Edw. (d. 1855), 84
-, Edw. (d. 1896), and his w. Charlotte, 84.
-, J. N., vicar of Durnford, 91–2

Hippisley:
-, Frances, see Trenchard
-, John, 87
-, Wm., 87

Hiredman, Thos., 98

Hoare, Hen., 74, 147

Hobbes:
-, Anne, see Saucer
-, John, vicar of Tilshead, 273
-, Thos. (ft. 1428), 34–5
-, Thos. (another), 35–6, 42
-, Wm., rector of Sherrington and of Boyton, 241

Hody, Alex., rector of Great Wishford, 292

hoe manufacture, 116

Holand:
-, Edm. de, earl of Kent, 139
-, Joan, w. of Thos., Ld. Holand (d. 1360), see Joan
-, Marg. de, m. John Beaufort, earl of Somerset, 139
-, Maud, see Zouche
-, Sir Rob. de, Ld. Holand, 158, 277
-, Thos. de, Ld. Holand (d. 1360), 139
-, Thos. de, earl of Kent (d. 1397), 139
-, Thos. de, earl of Kent (d. 1400), 139
-, and see Holland

Holcombe:
-, Agnes, see Sturmy
-, John, 109, 256, 261

Holden, F. S., see Rendall

Holland:
-, Sir Nat., Bt., and his w. Harriett, 248
-, Thos., curate of Amesbury, 51
-, Thos. (another), curate of Amesbury, 51
-, and see Holand

Hollyman, Lionel, rector of Sherrington and of Boyton, 240–1

Holstein Friesian cattle, 181

Homanton (in Maddington), 166, 201, 211, 277
-, agric, 208, 210
-, bridge, 244
-, common meadow, 208, 210
-, common pasture, 208, 210
-, cts., 211
-, dom. archit., 204
-, farms, 206, 210
-, inc., 210
-, man., 206–7, 210
-, pop., 204

honors and liberties, see Everleigh; Leicester; Sherrington; Shrewton; Trowbridge; Wallingford

Hooker, Ric, rector of Boscombe, subdean of Salisbury, 60, 75

Hooley, E. T., 171, 187, 205, 257, 278

Hooper:
-, C. L., 300
-, H. W., 268
-, Jas., 300

Hopper, Thos., 33

Hopton:
-, Cath., m. John Wyndham, 270
-, Mary, m. Sir Thos. Hartop, 270
-, Ralph, Ld. Hopton, 270
-, Rob., 270

hopyards, 209, 231

Horne:
-, Jas., 9
-, Rog., 9

horse mill, 128

horse trials, 194

horses, see Cleveland Bays; dressage training; equestrian centre; Grand National; horse mill; horse trials; hunter trials course; hunting; polo and polo ground; racecourses; racehorse training; racing stables

Horton:
-, Edw. (d. 1603), 269
-, Edw. (d. 1605), 269
-, Sir John, 269
-, Thos., 269
-, Toby, 269
-, Wm., 269

Hospitallers, 85

hospitals, 133; and see Bulford, Bulford camp; inoculation hospital; Netheravon camp; nursing and rest homes; Tidworth camp; and (for cross references) health and medical centres

hospitals and colleges (charitable), see Arundel college; Wilton, hosp. of St. Giles and St. Ant. and hosp. of St. Jas.; Winchester, hosp. of Holy Cross and hosp. of St. John; and see (for cross references) almshouses

hotels, 22, 29, 81, 245

Houlton:
-, Jos. (d. 1720), 269
-, Jos. (d. 1731), 269
-, Nat., and his w. Mary, 269

Howard:
-, Bernard, 257
-, Cath., see Catherine
-, Geo., 299
-, John, duke of Norfolk, 230, 278

Howe:
-, Dorothy, w. of John, Ld. Chedworth (d. 1742), 288, 292
-, Hen., Ld. Chedworth, 187, 207, 257, 278, 288
-, Sir John, Bt., 187, 288
-, John (d. 1721), 207, 278
-, John, Ld. Chedworth (d. 1742), 187, 207–8, 257, 278, 288
-, John, Ld. Chedworth (d. 1762), 187, 207, 257, 278, 288
-, John, Ld. Chedworth (d. 1804), 171, 187, 207, 257, 278, 288
-, Mary, 187
-, Mary, w. of Sir Ric. (d. 1730), 288
-, Sir Ric. Grobham, Bt. (d. 1703), 187, 257, 259, 288
-, Sir Ric, Bt. (d. 1730), 173, 187, 190, 257, 288–9, 293–4
-, fam., 171, 258–60

Huddelstone:
-, Joan, see Stapleton
-, Sir John, 187

hue and cry, 48, 90, 260

Hugall, J. W., 103, 118

Hugh (fl. 1086), 229

Hughes:
-, Ann, see Brickenden
-, John, 159

Hulbert, W. D., 268

Hull:
-, Ellis of, 269
-, Eustace of, 269

Hulse, Thos., rector of Great Wishford, 292

Hume, J. H., vicar of Calne, of Figheldean, and of Hilmarton, 117

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 198

Humphrey:
-, Edith, m. —Quintin, 289
-, John, 289

Humphreys:
-, Frances, see Webb
-, Thos., 126, 134
-, fam., 134

hundred courts, 116, 188, 250
-, quittance from suit at, 4, 116, 165–6, 201, 250, 260, 272, 291

hundreds, see Alderbury; Amesbury; Ashridge or Hertoke; Branch; Branch and Dole; Cadworth; Cawdon; Cawdon and Cadworth; Chalke; Dole; Dunworth; Elstub; Elstub and Everleigh; Heytesbury; Mere; Rowborough; Underditch; Whorwellsdown

Hungerford:
-, Ant., 205, 278
-, Cecily, w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1607), m. 2 Francis Manners, earl of Rutland, 282
-, Sir Edm., 83
-, Edw. (d. by 1507), 83
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1521), 278
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1607), 205, 278
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1648), 205, 212, 278
-, Edw. (d. by 1667), 83
-, Edw. (fl. 1673), 205, 207, 278
-, Eleanor, see Arundel
-, Sir Geo., 83
-, John, and his w. Eliz., 83
-, Marg., w. of Sir Edw. (d. 1648), 205
-, Marg., w. of Rob., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1459), see Botreaux
-, Rob. (d. 1352), 74, 220
-, Rob., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1459), 206, 278
-, Rob., Ld. Hungerford and Moleyns (d. 1464), 278
-, Rob. (d. 1517), 83
-, Rob. (d. c. 1558), 83
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1397), 8, 11, 57
-, Thos. (fl. 1564), 205, 208
-, Wal., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1449), 83, 206–7, 238, 278
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1516), 278
-, Sir Wal., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1540), 278
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1596), 205, 207–8,278–9, 282
-, Wal. (d. 1601), 83
-, Wal. (d. 1754), 83
-, fam., 207, 280

Hungerford (Berks.), 15, 55, 63, 71, 137, 143, 155

Hunt:
-, Hen., 275
-, Jas., 128
-, fam., 47

hunter trials course, 108

hunting, 18, 119

Huntingdon, Hen. of, 17

Huntingdon, earl of, see Hastings

Huntingdonshire, see St. Neots priory

huntsman, Croc the, see Croc

huntsman, Ellis the, see Ellis

huntsman, Waleran the, see Waleran

Hurst, R. A., 172, 257, 278; and see Hearst

Hurst (Berks.):
-, woodland, 13
-, and see Hinton, Broad; Hinton Hatch; Hinton Odes; Hinton Pipard; Twyford

Hussey:
-, Agnes, w. of Sir Hen. (d. 1290), m. 2 Peter de Breuse, 158
-, Edm., and his w. Joan, 113
-, Geof. (fl. 1166–7), 256
-, Geof. (fl. 1198), 4, 109–10, 112, 256, 258, 260–1
-, Geof. (d. c. 1218), 109–13, 256 Geof. (fl. 1242–3), 113
-, Gundreda, w. of Geof. (fl. 1198), m. 2 — Warenne, 261
-, Hen. (fl. later 12th cent.), 109–10, 112, 256, 258
-, Hen. (fl. 1201), 97
-, Hen. (d. c. 1213), 112
-, Hen. (d. by 1235), 112, 158
-, Hen. (d. c. 1260), 109–10, 112–13, 256
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1290), 97, 112, 158
-, Hen. Ld. Hussey (d. 1332), 112, 158
-, Hen., Ld. Hussey (d. 1349), 158
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1383), 158
-, Hen. (fl. 1503), 246
-, Sir Hubert, 109, 113, 256–7, 261
-, Hugh (fl. 1135), 97
-, Isabel, m. John of Thorney, 109, 256, 261
-, Marg., m. Hen. Sturmy, 109, 256, 261
-, Sir Mat., 112, 158
-, Maud (d. c. 1285), 109, 256
-, Maud (fl. 1305), 261
-, Maud, m. Wm. Paynel (fl. 1269–75), 112,158
-, Maud, m. Sir Phil, de la Mere, 113
-, Maud, w. of Sir Hubert, 256
-, Reynold, 113
-, Ric, 158
-, T. W., and his w. Mary, 109
-, Thos. (d. 1503), 246
-, Wm. (fl. 1242–3), 112
-, fam., 1, 109, 113, 255, 261

Hutchins, Giles, 76

Hyde:
-, Alex., rector of Little Langford and of Wylye, subdean and bp. of Salisbury, 83–4, 139, 141, 182, 303–4
-, Cath., m. Chas. Douglas, duke of Queensberry, 22, 31, 33
-, Edw., rector of Milston, 142
-, Sir Fred., 141
-, Hen. (d. 1651), 139
-, Hen. (fl. 1722), 8
-, Sir Laur., 83, 139, 148
-, Mary, m.— Levinz, 84, 139
-, Rob. (d. 1665), 83
-, Rob. (fl. 1688), 305
-, Rob. (d. 1722), 84, 139
-, Rob. (d. 1723), 84, 139

I.

Idmiston, 16, 18, 60
-, Porton, q.v.
-, sch., 12, 61
-, vicars, see Balgay; Jennings; Templer

Ilchester, Ld. and earls of, see Fox, Steph.; Fox-Strangways

Imber, 251

Imbert, fam., 223

imparking, 15, 43–4, 71, 80–1, 85, 88–9, 126–7, 143, 147, 150; and see (for cross references) parks

Impey, Sir Elijah, 19

inclosure, see under places

Independents, 52, 70, 77, 105, 118, 132, 177, 213, 226, 273, 284, 294, 305

industrial buildings, see bottling works; brewery; brewery depot; brick kilns; coal depot; creamery depot; engineering works; furniture depositories; malthouses; tank workshop; tannery; whiting works

industrial estates, 47, 218, 224

infangthief, 116, 272, 291

infra-red heating equipment manufacture, 101

Ingham:
-, Aubrey, see Waleran
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Oliver, Ld. Ingham, 187
-, Joan, Baroness Ingham, m. 1 Sir Rog. Lestrange, Ld. Strange, 2 Sir Miles de Stapleton (d. 1364), 187
-, Sir John de (d. c. 1203), 186
-, Sir John de (d. c. 1310), 187, 190
-, Oliver de, 187
-, Sir Oliver, Ld. Ingham, 187, 190, 289
-, Wal. de, 187

Ingham, Lds., see Stapleton

Ingram:
-, Hen., 305
-, John (fl. 1409), 99
-, John (fl. 1829), 247
-, Nic., 247
-, fam., 99

innkeepers, 48–9, 186; and see alehouse keepers

innkeeping, 302

inoculation hospital, 58

intercommoning, 13, 39, 49, 55, 59, 89, 100, 209–10

invocation of saints, 118, 125

Ipswich (Suff.), 77

Ireland, 69
-, Armagh, abp., see Kite
-, Limerick, bp., see Thornborough, John

Irish:
-, John, 159
-, Sim., 159

iron smelting, 56

Isabel (of Gloucester), queen of King John, 124

Isabel, m. Ingram de Coucy, earl of Bedford, 125

Isabella (of France), queen of Edw. II, 188

Isherwood, H. P., 268

Ives the merchant, and his w. Sibyl, 248

Ivory, B. G., 188, 196

Ivychurch (in Alderbury), priory of, 74, 220, 248, 270, 272–3

Iwerne Courtney (Dors.), rector of, see Wotton

J.

Jackson, Jos., 268

Jacob sheep, 281

James I, 17, 65

James II, 21

James, rector of Stapleford, 261

Jeans, F. W. N., 300

Jennings, John, rector of Boscombe, vicar of Idmiston, 60; and see Gennings

Jervoise:
-, Hen., 34
-, Sir Thos., 34
-, Thos., s. of Sir Thos., 34

Jessop, John, rector of Steeple Langford, 191

Joan (of Navarre), queen of Hen. IV, 125, 198, 282

Joan, ctss. of Kent, m. Thos. de Holand, Ld. Holand, 139

Jocelin, bp. of Salisbury, 118

John, King, 124, 138

John, earl of Kent, 139

John (of Gaunt), earl and duke of Lancaster, 30, 111, 171
-, his w., see Blanche

John, duke of Bedford, and his w. Jacquette, 30

John at the end, see Wilton

John son of Aucher, 4, 87

John son of Bernard, and his w. Sibyl, 84

John son of Stephen, 247

John son of Warin, 35

John the doorkeeper, 111

John the glazier, 125

John the marshal, 157, 159

Johnson:
-, Basil, 279
-, D. W., 248
-, J. H., vicar of Tilshead, 273

Jones:
-, Eluzai, see Crane
-, Francis, 147, 151
-, Gabriel, 148
-, Inigo, 17, 33, 147
-, John, 146–7
-, Wm. (d. 1610), 147–8
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1650), 148–9

Judd:
-, Cath., 149
-, John (fl. 1420), and his w. Gillian, 86
-, John (fl. 1709), 149

Jumièges (Seine Maritime), abbey of, 279, 282–3

juries:
-, grand, 5
-, hundred, 5

K.

Kaynell:
-, Christine, see Dangers
-, John, 36

Keate:
-, Eliz., m. —Macie, 83
-, Henrietta Maria, m. Geo. Walker, 83
-, John, 83
-, Lumley Hungerford, 83

Kelk:
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1886), 157
-, Sir John, Bt. (fl. 1897), 157

Kellow:
-, Ant., 176
-, Thos., 172

Kelsale, Wm. of, 113

Kelsey, Jos., rector of Newton Tony and of Fugglestone, vicar of Highworth, archdeacon of Salisbury, 151

Kemble, A. J., 126

Kempsford (Glos.), 170

Kennedy:
-, Agnes, 293
-, Geo., 134

kennels, 18–19, 33, 65

Kennet district, 129, 161 council, 156

Kent:
-, Ambrose, 269
-, John (d. 1710), 57, 61
-, John, f. of John (fl. 1733), 57
-, John (fl. 1733), 57
-, Ric, 205
-, Steph., 58
-, Wm. (d. 1632), 57–8
-, Wm. (d. 1666), 57
-, Wm. (fl. 1675), 57
-, fam., 57

Kent:
-, ctss. of, see Joan
-, earldom, 139
-, earls of, see Edmund; John; Holand

Kent, see Canterbury; Dartford priory

Kenton:
-, Francis (d. c. 1719), 34
-, Francis (d. 1755), 34

Keynsham abbey (Som.), 257

Kimpton (Hants), 76; and see Faberstown; Shoddesden

King:
-, Ellen, see Campbell-Wyndham
-, G. H., 88
-, Mark, vicar of Winterbourne Stoke, 283
-, (later King-Wyndham), Ric, 8

Kingsmill:
-, Dan., and his w. Abigail, 73
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Brice, 73
-, Sir Geo., 73, 76
-, Sir Hen., and his w. Bridget, 73
-, (formerly Brice), Rob., 73
-, Sarah, w. of Sir Geo., m. 2 Edw. la Zouche, Ld. Zouche, m. 3 Sir Thos. Edmundes, 73, 76
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1661), and his w. Anne, 76
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1698), 73, 76
-, Wm. (d. 1766), 73

Kingston:
-, Anstice, w. of Nic, 188
-, John of (fl. 1291), 188, 246
-, John (fl. 1326), 188, 246
-, Sir John (fl. 1383), 188, 246
-, Mary, m. Thos. Lisle, 188
-, Nic, 188, 246, 250
-, Sir Thos., 219
-, Thos. (another), 188, 246
-, fam., 188

Kirby, Geo., 246

Kirk, Percy, 21

Kite, John, rector of Boscombe, bp. of Carlisle, abp. of Armagh, 60

Knapton, Ric, 187

Knatchbull, Sir Edw., Bt., 285

Knesworth, Ric, 84

Knight, John, 158

Knighton (in Figheldean), 98–9, 108–9, 114,117
-, agric, 106, 114–15
-, airfield, 109
-, chap., 108, 117
-, common meadow, 106, 115
-, common pasture, 106, 115
-, cts., 102
-, cust. tenants, 115
-, dom. archit., 108–9
-, farms, 101, 112–16
-, field system, 95, 106
-, inc., 113, 115
-, man., 4, 109, 112–14, 116
-, military activity, 109
-, mill, 116
-, pop., 109

Knottingley, John, and his w. Eliz., 195, 300

Knowles, Geo., no, 113

Knoyle, Upton (in East Knoyle), 158, 194

L.

Lacock:
-, abbess, see Salisbury, Ela
-, abbey, 36, 242, 248, 250

Lacy:
-, Alice de, ctss. of Lincoln and of Salisbury, m. 1 Thos. of Lancaster, earl of Lancaster, 2 Ebles Lestrange, Ld. Strange, 28, 30, 36–7, 246
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, 30, 36, 246, 250
-, Hugh de, 158–9
-, Joan, w. of Hen., 28, 36
-, Marg., see Longespee

Lamb, Ralph, 37

Lambert:
-, Anne, 242
-, Aylmer Bourke, 238
-, Edm. (d. 1493), 36
-, Edm. (d. 1608), and his w. Anne, 238
-, Edm. (d. 1734), 238, 241–2
-, Edm. (d. 1751), 238, 241–2
-, Edm. (d. 1802), 238
-, Edm. (d. by 1878), 242
-, John, 248
-, Nic, 195
-, Ric, 238
-, Thos. (d. 1509), 36
-, Thos. (d. 1638), and his w. Anne, 238
-, Thos. (d. 1692), 238
-, Thos., rector of Sherrington and of Boyton, archdeacon of Salisbury, 241
-, Thos. (another), rector of Sherrington and of Boyton, 241
-, Wm. (d. 1504), 36
-, Wm. (fl. 1569), 36
-, Wm. (fl. 1570), 248
-, fam., 238

Lancashire, see Altcar
-, Manchester, bp., see Fraser, Jas.

Lancaster:
-, Alice, see Lacy
-, Hen. of, earl of Lancaster and of Leicester (d. 1345), 30, 171, 288
-, Hen. of, see Henry IV
-, Jos., 53
-, Maud, see Chaworth
-, Thos. of, earl of Lancaster, 30, 36, 246

Lancaster:
-, dukes of, 73; and see Henry; John (of Gaunt)
-,-, duchy, 30, 73, 146, 166, 171
-,-, dukedom, 288
-, earls of, 73; and see Edmund; Henry; John (of Gaunt); Lancaster, Hen. and Thos.
-,-, earldom, 288

Landford, rector of, 91

landscaping, 33, 74, 85, 147–8; and see gardens

Lane, Anselm, 257

Langford:
-, Alan, 179
-, John (fl. 1242), 179
-, John (fl. 1329), 179, 182
-, John (fl. 15th cent.), 100
-, Ric, 247
-, Steph. of, 179–80
-, Thos., 179
-, Turbert, 179
-, Wm. of, 179
-, fam., 179

Langford, Hanging (in Steeple Langford), 165–6, 181, 183, 190, 197–201
-, agric, 183, 197, 199–201
-, A.-S. rem., 192, 197
-, chap., 191, 201
-, common meadow, 183, 197, 199–200
-, common pasture, 183, 197, 199–200
-, cts., 201
-, cross, 197
-, cust. tenants, 199–201
-, dom. archit., 197–8
-, farms, 197–200, 299, 301
-, inc., 183, 199–200
-, inn, 198
-, man., 182, 191, 197–201
-, mill, 189, 197, 200
-, place name, 184
-, pop., 198
-, prot. nonconf., 192, 197–8, 201
-, rly. sta., 178, 184, 198
-, roads, 184
-, tithes, 191, 199
-, woodland, 183

Langford, Little, 165–6, 178–83, 184, 185, 190, 201
-, adv., 181
-, agric, 178, 180–1
-, almshos., 183
-, boundaries, 178, 183
-, chant., 182
-, char., 183
-, ch., 178, 181–3, 182
-, common meadow, 178, 180, 299–300
-, common pasture, 178, 180
-, curates, 182, 191
-, dom. archit., 178–9, 181–2
-, farms, 180–1, 183
-, field system, 178
-, glebe, 180–2
-, man., 178–80, 182
-,-, Langford Dangers, 36, 179–81
-, mill, 181
-, place name, 184
-, poor relief, 181
-, pop., 178
-, prehist. rem., 178
-, rectors, 181–3, 293; and see Green, Thos.; Hawes; Hyde, Alex.; Lee; Moody, Wm.; Wilson
-, rectory, 181–2
-, rectory ho., 178–9, 181–2
-, roads, 178
-, Rom. Catholicism, 182–3
-, sch., 183
-, tithes, 181
-, woodland, 178, 180–1

Langford, Steeple, 165–6, 178, 181, 183–93, 185
-, adv., 190–1
-, agric, 183, 188–9
-, Bathampton, q.v.
-, boundaries, 183
-, bridges, 184
-, char., 191, 193, 305
-, ch., 184, 190–2, 199
-, ch. ho., 186
-, common meadow, 183, 188–9
-, common pasture, 183, 188–9
-, cts., 189–90
-, curates, 191, 193
-, cust. tenants, 188
-, dom. archit., 184, 186, 189, 191
-, East End, 186
-, fair, 190, 302
-, farms, 174, 187–9, 196–7, 259
-, field systems, 184
-, glebe, 191
-, inc., 183, 189, 191
-, inns, 186
-, Langford, Hanging, q.v.
-, Langford, Tucking, q.v.
-, man., 186–90, 193, 246, 289
-,-, Kingston's, 188–9, 192
-, mills, 184, 188–90, 200
-, place name, 184
-, poor relief, 190
-, pop., 184
-, prehist. rem., 183–4; and see Yarnbury castle
-, prot. nonconf., 192
-, rectors, 182, 188–91, 201; and see Coates; Collier; Giles; Harrison, Mic; Jessop; Mompesson, Hen.; Parham, John; Tunstall; Weller; Winchester, John of and Nic. of
-, rectory ho., 184, 191
-, roads, 184
-, Rom. Catholicism, 192
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 184
-, sch., 186, 192–3
-, tithes, 191
-, woodland, 183–4
-, Yarnbury castle, q.v.

Langford, Tucking (in Steeple Langford):
-, dom. archit., 186
-, farms, 186
-, mill, 189
-, place name, 189
-, pop., 186

Langfords, the, benefice, 181, 190, 303

Langtoft, Ric. of, rector of Great Wishford, 292

Langton, Geof., 87

larderer, 205

Larkhill camp (in Durrington), 1, 16, 18, 23, 47, 93, 97, 101, 245
-, archit., 97
-, chs., 97, 103
-, fire, 97
-, inn, 97
-, medical centre, 97
-, police sta., 97
-, R.A.F. sta., 109
-, Rom. Catholicism, 103
-, sch., 97, 105
-, streets, 97

Larkhill light military railway, 16, 97

laundering, 129; and see Shrewton laundry

Laverstock, 79

Lavington, Alice, see Lawes

Lavington, Market, 167, 184
-, Gore, q.v.

Lavington, West, see Littleton Pannell

Lawes:
-, Alice, m. — Lavington, 99
-, Christian, 99
-, Jane, 99
-, Leonard, 99
-, Susanna, m. —Amor, 99
-, Thos., 99

Layham, Rob. of, in

Le Sueur, L., 87

Lee, John, rector of Little Langford and of Wylye, treasurer of Salisbury cath., 182, 303

Leicester:
-, earls of, see Beaumont; Edmund; Lancaster, Hen. of; Montfort, Sim. de
-, honor, 3, 111

Leicestershire, see Loughborough

Leighton:
-, Sir Edw., 37
-, Eliz., see Meverell

Lesley, C. M., 208

Lestrange:
-, Alice, see Lacy
-, Ebles, Ld. Strange, 30, 37, 246
-, Joan, see Ingham
-, Sir Rog., Ld. Strange, 37, 187

Letard (fl. 1086), 179

Levinz:
-, Mary, see Hyde
-, Mary, m. Mat. Frampton, 84, 139

Lewis:
-, Barnaby, 219
-, Geo., curate of Bulford, vicar of Figheldean, 69
-, Hen., 11

Ley:
-, Jas., earl of Marlborough, 157–8
-, Jane, w. of Jas., m. 2 Wm. Ashburnham, 157

Leyburn:
-, Alice, see Tony
-, Thos., 146

liberties (franchises), see felons' goods; gallows; hundred courts, quittance from suit at; infangthief; return of writs; sac and soc; toll and team; vee de naam; view of frankpledge; waifs and strays; Wiltshire, county courts: quittance from suit at

libraries:
-, parish, 118; and see reading rooms
-, public, see Amesbury; Durrington; Ludgershall

Lichfield (Staffs.), dean of cath. ch. of, see Addison, Lancelot

Lille (Nord), 134

lime making, 47, 116

Limerick, bp. of, see Thornborough, John

Linch, Sam., 112

Lincoln:
-, Alfred of, 195
-, John of, 35
-, Petra, see Bungay

Lincoln:
-, ctss. of, see Lacy, Alice
-, earl of, see Lacy, Hen.

linen weavers, 200, 302

Linford:
-, Joan, see Woodfalls
-, Thos., 194

Lisle:
-, Adelize, m. Reynold de Dunstanville, 194
-, Humph., 194
-, Mary, see Kingston
-, Thos., 188
-, and see Lyle

Littlecott:
-, Adam of, 230
-, Alice, m. Rob. Thornborough, 230
-, Edw., 230
-, Everard of, 230–1
-, Jane, w. of Sim., m. 2 — Gorge, 230
-, John, 230
-, Ralph, 230, 232
-, Ric, 230, 232
-, Sim., 230
-, Wm. of, 230–1

Littleton Pannell (in West Lavington), 158

Lloyds Bank, 23, 101, 129

loach, 18, 46

lock-ups, see blindhouses

London:
-, Eliz., see Ford
-, Sir Rob. of, 288

London:
-, alderman, 133
-, bp., see Tunstall
-, Goldsmiths' company, 146
-, Weavers' company, 116

London Joint City & Midland Bank, 101; and see Midland Bank

London & South Western Rly., 6, 16, 47, 56, 63, 143–4. 244

Long:
-, Calthorpe, 269
-, Cath., 269
-, Edw. (d. 1622), 110
-, Edw, (d. 1644), 110
-, Eliz., m. 1 Rob. Colebrooke, 2 John Crosdill, 87, 247
-, Ellen, see Trenchard
-, Gifford, 110
-, Hen. (d. 1672), 110
-, Hen. (fl. 18th cent.), 87
-, John (fl. 1603), 268
-, John, s. of John (fl. 1603), 268
-, John, grds. of John (fl. 1603), 268
-, John (fl. 1697), 268
-, John (d. 1748), 269
-, John (fl. 1820), 268
-, Mary, see Campbell-Wyndham
-, Sir Phil., 269
-, Ric. (d. 1730), 110
-, Ric. (d. 1760), 110
-, Ric. (d. 1835), 110–11
-, Ric. (d. 1875), 267
-, Thos. (ft. 1546), 206
-, Thos. (d. 1562), and his w. Joan, 110
-, Thos. (fl. 1672), 52
-, W. H., 268
-, Sir Wal., Bt. (d. 1672), 269
-, Sir Wal., Bt. (d. 1710), 269
-, Wal. (d. 1807), 269
-, Wal. (d. 1867), 268
-, (later Campbell-Wyndham), Wal., 9
-, Wal., Vet. Long (d. 1924), 55
-, Wm. (fl. 1662), and his w. Alice, 52
-, Wm. (d. 1773), 87
-, Wm. (fl. 1867), 42
-, fam., 52, 269

Longespée:
-, Ela, see Salisbury
-, Marg., ctss. of Salisbury, m. Hen. de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, 30, 36, 246
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1226), 30, 34. 157, 179, 245
-, Wm., styled earl of Salisbury (d. 1250), 30, 35–6, 83–4, 86, 207, 246, 250
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1257), 30, 36, 246, 250

Longhorn cattle, 281

Lott, John, 103

Loughborough (Leics.), 52, 69, 132, 234

Louis of France (Louis VIII), 30

Louvain (Brabant), 52

Lovell (Lovel):
-, Hen., 198
-, Maud, see Cowper
-, Sir Thos., 73
-, Thos. (another), 99
-, Wal., 32

Low:
-, John (d. 1632), 230
-, John (fl. 1657), 230, 232
-, Laur., 230
-, Lucy, w. of Laur., m. 2 Geo. Pitt, 230

Lower Wylye and Till Valley benefice, 175, 225, 261, 292
-, rector, 175, 261, 293

Lowther, Gorges, 268–70

Ludgershall, 1, 3–4, 119–35, 120, 123, 160
-, adv., 130
-, agric, 119, 127–8
-, Biddesden, q.v.
-, borough, 1,119
-,-, boundaries, 121
-,-, burgage plots and tenements, 121, 126–7, 130
-,-, cross (mkt.), 121, 128, 130, 251
-,-, officers, 129; and see Ludgershall, castle: officers
-,-, seal (bailiff's), 129, 219
-, borough bank, 121
-, boundaries, 119
-, cast., 1, 119, 121–2, 124–6, 251
-,-, barton, 127; agric, 127; cust. tenants, 127; mills, 128
-,-, chap., 125
-,-, chap, (king's), 125
-,-, chap of St. Cath., 125
-,-, chap. of St. Leonard, 125
-,-, chap. of St. Mary, 126, 131
-,-, chap. of St. Nic, 125
-,-, dom. archit., 125
-,-, farm, 125
-,-, fortifications, 125
-,-, gaol, 125
-,-, 'king's houses', 125
-,-, man., 125
-,-, officers, 4, 125, 127–31; and see Ludgershall, borough: officers
-,-, pks., 119, 125–8
-,-, royal visitors, 124
-, chant., 126, 131
-, chaplains, 131
-, char., 133
-, ch., 121, 130–2, 135
-, clubs (social and sports), 123–4
-, common pasture, 119, 122, 127–8
-, cts., 129
-, curates, 131
-, cust. tenants, 127
-, dom. archit., 121–3
-, Faberstown, q.v.
-, fairs, 121, 128
-, farms, 126–8
-, fire sta., 123
-, fires, 121–2
-, health centre, 123
-, inc., 119, 124, 127–8
-, ind., 128–9
-, inns, 122–3, 127–8, 218
-, man., 126–30, 132, 134
-,-, South Pk., 126–7
-, mkts., 121, 128
-, military activity, 119, 121, 129
-, mills, 128
-, parl, rep., 1, 121, 128–30, 157
-, place name, 119
-, police sta., 123
-, ponds, 122, 218
-, poor relief, 129
-, pop., 121
-, prehist. rem., 119, 121
-, prot. nonconf., 122, 132
-, public libr., 123
-, rly. and rly. sta., 1, 119, 121, 129
-, rectors, 121–2, 126–7, 130–1, 135; and see Awdry, W. H.; Cusse; Neville, Ralph de; Pannell; Parsons; Reade, And.; Selwyn, John
-, rectory, 130–1, 135
-, rectory ho., 131
-, roads, 119
-, Rom. Catholicism, 52, 132
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 121
-, schs., 122, 132–3, 162
-, shambles, 128
-, streets, 121
-,-, Back Lane, 121
-,-, Butt St., 121–3, 127, 129, 132–3
-,-, Castle St., 121–3
-,-, High St., 121–3, 127–9, 131
-,-, Winchester St., 121–2, 124, 126, 128–9, 132
-, tithes, 126, 131
-, trades, 128–9
-, Windmill Hill, q.v.
-, woodland, 119, 125, 127

Ludgershall Evangelical Mission, 132

Ludgershall forest, 127

Ludlow:
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1624), 159
-, Edm., 159
-, Geo., 159
-, Hen., 159
-, John, 159
-, Marg., w. of Wm., 159
-, Wm., 125, 130, 159

Ludsop:
-, Eliz., see Woodhill
-, Thos., 83

Lush:
-, Chas., 299
-, E. H., 299
-, J. A. E., 299
-, Sidney, 299

Lyall, J. C, 299

Lydda, titular bp. of, see Church

Lyle, Phil., 196; and see Lisle

Lyndhurst (Hants), 29 n

Lyneham, see Bradenstoke

Lyons, Steph., curate of Amesbury, 51

Lyveden, John, and his w. Amice, 98

M.

Macan, R. E., and his w. Dorothy, 58

McCormick, D. F. H., 188, 196

McEwan-Younger Ltd., 160; and see Younger

Macie, Eliz., see Keate

Mackerell:
-, Anne, m. John Swayne (d. 1676), 9, 85
-, Thos., 9, 85

Maddington, 15, 165–6, 201–13, 202, 242, 250, 252, 275
-, Addestone, q.v.
-, adv., 212
-, agric, 203, 208–9
-, almshos., 213
-, boundaries, 203
-, Bourton, q.v.
-, bridges, 204
-, chaplains, 211
-, char., 213
-, ch., 203–4, 208, 211–13
-, common meadow, 203, 208–9
-, common pasture, 203, 208–9, 211
-, cts., 211
-, curates, 211–12, 234, 283; and see Arnold; Bennett; Digby; Harward
-, cust. tenants, 208–11
-, dom. archit., 204–6, 212, 244; and see Maddington, Priory
-, farms, 203–10, 281
-, field system, 203
-, Homanton, q.v.
-, inc., 209
-, man., 166, 205–9, 211, 213
-,-, Rectory, 208–9, 211–12
-,-, Winterbourne Maddington, 204– 10, 213, 231, 268
-, military activity, 203–4
-, mill, 210
-, Newport, q.v.
-, place name, 203–4, 242 n
-, poor relief, 211
-, pop., 203
-, prehist. rem., 203
-, Priory, 204, 206, 267
-, prot. nonconf., 213
-, rectory, 208
-, roads, 203–4
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 203
-, sch., 213, 252
-, tithes, 208, 212
-, vicarage, 250–1, 283
-, vicarage ho., 203, 212, 251
-, vicars, 211–12
-, woodland, 203

Maitland-Robinson, A. J., 188, 195–6, 198–9

Maizey, Agace de, 86

Malet:
-, Sir Alex., Bt., 74, 147
-, Sir Chas., Bt. (d. 1815), 147, 149
-, Sir Chas., Bt. (d. 1918), 147
-, Sir Edw., Bt. (d. 1908), 147
-, Sir Edw., Bt. (d. 1909), 147
-, Sir Harry, Bt., 147
-, Sir Hen., Bt., 74, 147

Malmesbury, earls of, see Harris

malt mill, 189

malthouses, 47, 101, 128, 147, 198,224, 255, 291, 298, 305

malting, 47, 101, 129, 147, 302

Manchester, bp. of, see Fraser

Manners:
-, Cecily, see Hungerford
-, Francis, earl of Rutland, 282

Mans, Le (Sarthe), 4

Mansfield, Sir Jas., 19

Manston, John, 300

manumission, 201

Mare:
-, John de la, 194
-, Parnel, see Dunstanville
-, Sir Rob. de la, 171

Margadale, Ld., see Morrison, John

Margaret (of France), queen of Edw. I, 187, 190

Margaret, ctss. of Richmond, 31

market offences, 128

market sessions, 46

markets, see Amesbury; Ludgershall

Marlborough, Alfred of, 146, 148, 277

Marlborough, earl of, see Ley

Marlborough, 6, 15, 55, 63, 79, 95, 106, 127, 137, 143, 155
-, cast., 124

Marnhull (Dors.), 171

Marris, John, chaplain of Durrington, 102

Marsh:
-, Anne, see Batch
-, Thos., 98

marshal, John the, see John

Marshal (Marshall):
-, Eleanor, w. of Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1231), m. 2 Sim. de Montfort, earl of Leicester (d. 1265), 157
-, J. J., 188
-, Wal., earl of Pembroke, 57, 73, 86
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1219), 157
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1231), 157
-, Wm., prior of Easton, vicar of Stapleford, 262
-, Wm. (fl. 1794), 41–2

marshal and marshalcy, 157

Martin, Thos., rector of Wylye, 303

Marwardine:
-, Edith, see Everard
-, Ric, 83

Mary (sis. of Edw. II), 125

Maslen:
-, Jas., 249
-, fam., 249

Mason, Sir Ric, 205

Masters:
-, Anne, see Partridge
-, Edw., 248
-, Eliz., 248

Matcham:
-, Geo., 57–8
-, Harriet, see Eyre
-, (later Eyre-Matcham), Wm., 57

Maton:
-, Francis, 159
-, Jas., 205, 208
-, John (d. 1590), 159
-, John (d. 1737), 159
-, John (d. 1827), 205
-, L. J., 205
-, L. P., 205, 211
-, Leonard, 159
-, Leonard, curate of Durrington, 102
-, Rob., 102
-, Rog., vicar of Winterbourne Stoke, 283
-, W. N., 268
-, Wm., 159

Matravers, Arthur, 83

Matthews, John, vicar of Stapleford, 262

Maud, Empress, 30, 124

Maud, m. Wm., duke of Bavaria, m, 171

Maund:
-, Eve of, m. Wm. Percy, 113
-, Nic. of, 113
-, W. H., 126

Maundrell, Wm., 247

Mautravers:
-, Agnes, w. of John, Ld. Mautravers, 237, 257
-, Eleanor, Baroness Mautravers, m. 1 John d'Arundel, Ld. Arundel, 2 Reynold Cobham, Ld. Cobham, 237, 257, 261, 279
-, Hen., 237
-, John, Ld. Mautravers, 237, 256–7, 261, 279
-, John, 237
-, (or FitzAlan), Wm., see FitzAlan

Mayhew, Jane, 9

Meadows, Sir Phil., 122

Mears, C. & G., 12, 152

Mears & Stainbank, 251, 262, 294, 304

measles, 225, 293

meat processing, 47, 116

medleys, manufacture of, 224

Melchet forest, 215

Melsome:
-, Geo., 208
-, W. K., 208

Meon, West (Hants), rector of, see Dampier, John

merchant, Ives the, see Ives

Mere:
-, Sir Ellis de la, 113
-, Maud, see Hussey
-, Nic. atte, 99
-, Sir Phil, de la, 113

Mere, 15

Mere hundred, 4

Merrick, R. P., 188, 196

Merriott:
-, Agace, see Wylye
-, Nic. of, 195

Mervyn:
-, Eliz., see Mompesson
-, Hen., 190
-, Sir John, 193, 195

Messager:
-, Isabel, see Saucer
-, John, 35
-, Wal., 34–5

Methodists, 52, 77, 93, 132, 226, 263
-, Primitive, 12, 52, 117–18, 132, 153, 162, 201, 226,294
-, Wesleyan, 52, 70, 93, 105, 132, 153, 213, 226, 234, 252, 263, 284, 294

Meulan, counts of, see Beaumont, Rob. and Waleran

Meverell:
-, Anne, see Dunham
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Cromwell, Ld. Cromwell, earl of Ardglass, 37
-, Eliz., w. of Sampson, m. 2 Sir Edw. Leighton, 37
-, Francis, 37
-, Francis, grds. of Francis, 37
-, Rob., and his w. Eliz., 37
-, Sampson, 37

Meyrick:
-, Arthur, 55
-, Ellen, 12

Michel:
-, David, 98, 113
-, Eleanora, see Poore

Middlecot, Ric, 248

Middlesex, see Syon abbey

Middleton:
-, Peter of, 269
-, Rob. of, 269

Midland Bank, 23, 101, 129; and see London Joint City & Midland Bank

Midland & South Western Junction Railway (formerly Swindon, Marlborough & Andover Railway), 119, 155

Milbourne:
-, Agnes, see Chitterne
-, Hen., 158
-, Ric. (d. 1451), 158, 194
-, Ric. (fl. 1519), 158
-, Sim., 158, 194
-, Sir Thos., 158, 194
-, Wm., 158, 194

Milcombe, Wal. of, and his w. Marg., 57

Miles:
-, Hen. (fl. 1633), 207
-, Hen. (d. by 1685), 207
-, Hen. (d. 1726), 207
-, Hen. (d. 1765), 207
-, Jane, m. Tristram Biggs (fl. later 18th cent.), 207
-, John, 9
-, Ric, 207
-, —, 269
-, fam., 45

military activity, see Allington; Amesbury; Boscombe; Bulford; Durrington; Figheldean; Knighton; Ludgershall; Maddington; Milston; Newton Tony; Orcheston St. Mary; Shrewton; Tidworth, North; Tilshead; and see army

Milford:
-, Gilb. of, 194
-, (or Woodfalls), Sir Steph. of, 194
-, (or Woodfalls), Sir Wm. of, and his w. Marg. or Margery, 194

Miller:
-, Edw., 8
-, John, 8
-, Nic, and his w. Denise, 8

millers, 49, 101

Millner, T. D., curate of Bulford, 69

Mills:
-, (alias Saunders), Edm., 112
-, (alias Saunders), Edm., grds. of Edm., 112
-, (alias Saunders), Edw., 112
-, Fred., 230
-, Geo., 279
-, (alias Saunders), Hen., 112
-, Martha, 230, 234, 269
-, Steph. (d. 1857), 230–1, 269
-, Steph. (fl. 1916), 230
-, T. L., 247–8, 269
-, (alias Saunders), Thos., 112

mills, see under places; and see fulling mills; horse mill; malt mill; paper mill; post mills; windmills; woollen mills

Milston, 3–5, 68, 96, 137–43, 136
-, adv., 141
-, agric, 137, 140–1
-, boundaries, 137
-, Brigmerston, q.v.
-, burial ground, 138
-, chap., 141
-, ch., 137, 141–2
-, common meadow, 137, 140
-, common pasture, 137, 140–1
-, cts., 141
-, curates, 117, 142
-, cust. tenants, 140
-, dom. archit., 137–8, 142
-, farm, 140
-, field system, 137
-, glebe, 140, 142
-, inc., 140–2
-, man., 84, 138–42
-,-, Horrell, 140
-,-, Milston Gudgeon, 139–41
-, military activity, 137, 140–1
-, mills, 101, 138, 141
-, place name, 137
-, poor relief, 141
-, pop., 137–8
-, prehist. rem., 63, 137
-, prot. nonconf., 143
-, rectors, 140–2; and see Addison, Lancelot; Bowles; Gulston; Hall, Peter; Hyde, Edw.; Polhill, Edw.; Rutty; Smith, John; Toogood; Webb, Ric.
-, rectory, 117, 141
-, rectory ho., 137, 142, 251
-, roads, 137
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 137
-, sch., 143
-, tithes, 140, 142
-, woodland, 140

mineral water making, 129

Ministry of Agriculture, 31, 37

Ministry of Defence, 1, 9, 32, 57, 66–7, 98–9, 109–13, 126, 139, 141, 147, 156–7, 205–8, 230, 246–8, 268; and see War Department; War Office Secretary of State for Defence, 69

model farm buildings, 178–9, 181

Moels:
-, Phil, de, 157
-, Wm. de, 157

Moffatt, W. B., 22

Mohun:
-, Christine, m. Hen. Trenchard, 87
-, John, 87
-, John, s. of John, 87

Mold, Thos., 70

Moleyns:
-, Adam, rector of Stapleford, dean of Salisbury, bp. of Chichester, 262
-, Hugh, 219

Mompesson:
-, Alice, see Godwin
-, Anne, m. Wm. Wayte, 148
-, Chas., and his w. Eliz., 196
-, Edm., 148, 194–5, 197–8
-, Eliz., m. 1 Ric. Perkins, 2 Sir John Mervyn, 148, 193, 195, 199, 305
-, Sir Giles, and his w. Cath., 196
-, Hen. (d. 1733), 196
-, Hen., rector of Steeple Langford, 190
-, Hen. (?the same), rector of Wylye, 303
-, John (d. 1500), 148, 193–5
-, John (d. 1511), 148, 194
-, John, rector of North Tidworth, 161, 196
-, John (fl. 1660s), 156
-, John (?the same), 196
-, Ric., 148
-, Rob., 195
-, Susan, 148, 193, 195–6, 305
-, Thos. (fl. 1586), 148
-, Thos. (?the same, d. 1587), 187, 196
-, Thos. (d. 1640), 193, 196
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1701), 196
-, Wm., 148
-, fam., 190, 192, 192, 197, 199, 300

Mompesson House, see Salisbury

Monk, Rob., 130

Monkton Farleigh, priory of, 74

Monmouth:
-, Cecily, see Waleran
-, John of (d. c. 1248), 186
-, John of (d. 1257), 186–7, 289
-, John of (d. 1281), 186–7, 190
-, John of (fl. 1308), 35

Monmouth, 147

Montagu:
-, Alice de, ctss. of Salisbury, 31
-, Alice, w. of Thos., earl of Salisbury, m. 2 Wm. de la Pole, earl of Suffolk, 30–1
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1397). 246
-, John de, earl of Salisbury, 30–1, 246
-, Ric. de, earl of Salisbury, 30
-, Thos., earl of Salisbury, 30–1, 157, 171, 179, 229, 246, 279
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1344), 30, 246
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1397), 30, 246

Montfort:
-, Amice, see Beaumont
-, Eleanor, see Marshal
-, Patrick de, 35
-, Sim. de (fl. 1185), 277
-, Sim. de, earl of Leicester (d. 1218), 277
-, Sim. de, earl of Leicester (d. 1265), 111, 124, 157, 277
-, Wm. de, 194

Montgomery:
-, Hugh de, 138
-, Rog. de, 138

Montgomery, earls of, see Herbert

Montrose, duke of, see Graham, Jas. and Wm.

Moody:
-, Henrietta, 195
-, Hen., and his w. Felicia, 195
-, Wm. (d. 1774), 195
-, Wm. (d. 1798), 195
-, Wm. (d. 1827), rector of Little Langford, 182, 199, 304
-, fam., 192, 199

Moore:
-, Frank, 257
-, G. P., 96, 99
-, Geof., 257
-, Geo., 99
-, John, 99
-, Jonathan, 99
-, Rog., 257
-, Thos., rector of Steepleton Iwerne, 99
-, Thos. (d. 1783), 99
-, Thos. (d. 1841), 99
-, Wm., 99
-, and see More

Mordaunt, Hen., earl of Peterborough, 21

More:
-, Phil., 66
-, Rob., 181
-, and see Moore

Morgan, Eliz., m. Sir Trevor Williams, Bt., 270

Morrison:
-, Alfred, 238
-, Hugh, 238
-, Jas., 238
-, John, Ld. Margadale, 238

Mortain, Mat. de, 205

Mortain, counts of, see Robert; Stephen; William

Mortain (Manche), coll. ch. of, 198
-, dean and canons, 198, 200
-, prebend, 198

Moss, Chas., rector of Boscombe, bp. of St. David's and of Bath and Wells, 60

Mote, Giles de la, 206

motor cycle dealer, 224

Mottisfont (Hants):
-, priory, 74, 172, 175
-, rector, see Crofts

Moulding:
-, R., & Co. Ltd., 224
-, fam., 224

Mountain, Ric, and his w. Eliz., 139

Moyne:
-, Eliz. le, m. Wm. Stourton (d. 1413), 110
-, Geof. le, 205
-, Hen. le (d. c. 1315), and his w. Joan, 205
-, Sir Hen. le (d. 1374), 205
-, John le (d. by 1349), 205
-, John le (d. by 1381), 205
-, Sir John le (d. 1429), 110, 205, 207
-, Ralph le, 205
-, Wm. le, 205
-, fam., 205

Moyne, Ld., see Guinness

Mozley, Thos., rector of Cholderton, 77

Mundubleil, Pain de, see Chaworth

Mundy, —, 133

murder, 91, 103, 186–7

museums, see Amesbury, museum; British Museum; Salisbury, museum

Mussell:
-, Bridget, see Whitaker
-, John, 187, 190, 192
-, Nic. (d. 1619), 187
-, Nic. (fl. 1628), 187
-, Tristram, 187
-, fam., 188

N.

NAAFI, 47, 65, 97

Nadder, riv., 165, 183,213, 215–16, 218

Nail, Wm. (?two of the name), 74

Nairn, John, rector of Boscombe and of Pertwood, 60

Naish:
-, Thos. (fl. 1654), 268–9
-, Thos. (fl. 1694), subdean of Salisbury, 52

National society, 192, 241, 284, 305; and see schools

National Trust, 17, 35, 37, 44, 265

Nature Conservancy Council, see English Nature

nature reserve, 301; and see Parsonage Down national nature reserve

Navarre, Joan of, see Joan

Neate:
-, Anne, see Cowper
-, John, 111

Nelson:
-, (formerly Bolton), Frances, ctss. Nelson, 73
-, Sir Maur., 73

Netheravon, 95, 116
-, man. (Cormayles; Netheravon Lambert), 112

Netheravon camp (in Figheldean and Fittleton), 108
-, airfield, 108
-, hosp., 108

Netton (in Durnford), 5, 79, 81–2, 90–1
-, agric, 80, 88–9
-, common pasture, 88–9
-, cust. tenants, 89
-, dom. archit., 81–2
-, farms, 81–2, 88–9
-, inc., 89
-, ind., 82
-, inn, 81
-, man., 84–6
-, Netton Elm, 81
-, Netton Green, 81–2, 93
-, pop., 80
-, prot. nonconf., 81, 93
-, roads, 81–2
-, sch., 81–2, 93

Netton (in Shrewton), 166, 204, 242, 244, 248, 250
-, agric, 248–9
-, common pasture, 248–9
-, dom. archit., 244
-, pop., 244

Neville (Nevill):
-, Alan de, 97
-, Eliz. de, m. 1 Sim. Simeon, 2 John la Warre, Ld. la Warre, 97
-, Ernis de, 97
-, Gilb. de (d. 1294), 4, 97
-, Gilb. de (d. 1359), 97
-, Gillian, w. of Alan de, m. 2 Steph. Chamber, 97
-, Hugh de (fl. 1124), 124, 131
-, Hugh de (d. c. 1229), 97–8
-, Isabel, m. Geo. Plantagenet, duke of Clarence, 31
-, Isabel, see Waleran
-, Joan de, m. Jordan de St. Martin, 186–7
-, John de (fl. 1179), 148
-, John de (fl. 1242–3), 148
-, John de (d. 1334), 97
-, Ralph de, rector of Ludgershall, bp. of Chichester, 131
-, Ric, earl of Salisbury and of Warwick, 31, 111
-, Wm. de, 186

New:
-, John, 146
-, Rog., 146

New Zealand, 63, 65

Newcastle, duke of, see PelhamClinton-Hope

Newdick, Rob., 35–6

Newman:
-, J. H., 77
-, John, 86

Newnton, Long (now Glos.), 252

Newnton, North, 216
-, rector, 199

Newport (in Maddington), 201, 204

Newsham, Ric, 287

Newton, South, 165–6, 213–27, 214, 292, 294
-, adv., 225
-, agric, 215, 220–1
-, almshos., 227
-, boundaries, 215
-, Burden's Ball, q.v.
-, char., 226–7
-, Chilhampton, q.v.
-, ch., 216, 225–6
-, common meadow, 215, 220–1
-, common pasture, 215, 220–2
-, cts., 224
-, cust. tenants, 220–2, 224
-, dom. archit., 216–17, 224–5
-, farms, 216–17, 221, 223, 290
-, field systems, 216
-, fire, 216
-, inc., 221
-, ind., 224
-, inns, 216
-, man., 217–25
-,-, Prebendal, 220–1, 225
-, mills, 216, 223–4
-, place name, 216
-, poor relief, 224–5
-, pop., 216
-, prebend and prebendaries, see Wilton, abbey
-, prehist. rem., 216
-, prot. nonconf., 226
-, rly., 216
-, rector, 225
-, roads, 215
-, Romano-Brit. rem., 216
-, sch., 216, 226
-, Stoford, q.v.
-, tithes, 220, 225
-, trades, 224
-, Ugford, North, q.v.
-, vicarage, 225
-, vicarage ho., 216–17, 225
-, vicars, 225; and see Dickenson; Hetley
-, Wishford, Little, q.v.
-, woodland, 215

Newton Tony, 3–4, 6, 10, 16, 56, 143–53, 145
-, adv., 151
-, agric, 143, 148–50
-, boundaries, 143
-, bridges, 144–5
-, cemetery, 145
-, char., 153
-, ch., 144, 151–3, 152, 235
-, common meadow, 149
-, common pasture, 149–50
-, cts., 150
-, curates, 151–2
-, cust. tenants, 149–50
-, dom. archit., 144–7, 151
-, farms, 10, 147, 150
-, field systems, 71, 144
-, glebe, 151
-, inc., 150–1
-, inns, 144, 146–7
-, man., 143, 146–51, 153
-,-, Norris's, 148–50
-, military activity, 143, 150
-, mill, 150
-, place name, 143
-, poor relief, 150
-, pop., 144
-, prehist. rem., 143–4
-, prot. nonconf., 12, 144, 151, 153
-, rly. sta., 144
-, rectors, 150–2; and see Bellham; Chitterne, John; Cliff; Ekins, John; Kelsey; Peill; Price; Riley; Watts; White, Jas.
-, rectory, 77, 151–2
-, rectory ho., 144, 151
-, roads, 71, 143–4
-, Rom. Catholicism, 147, 153
-, Romano-Brit. rem., 143
-, sch., 12, 61, 144, 153
-, tithes, 149, 151
-, Tower Hill, 143–4, 147. 150
-, Wilbury Ho., 32, 74, 145, 147, 148, 153
-,-, lodges, 145
-,-, pk., 71, 143, 145, 147–8, 150
-, woodland, 150
-, workho., 150

Newtown (in Durnford), 5, 79–80, 82
-, agric, 89
-, bridge, 82
-, cust. tenants, 89
-, dom. archit., 82
-, farms, 82, 89–90
-, inc., 89
-, mission hall, 82, 91
-, pop., 80
-, roads, 82

Nicholas son of Ellis, and his w. Alice, 35

Nicholas:
-, Edw., 207, 278
-, Sir John, 207, 278

Nine Mile river, 63–5, 68, 106, 137

Noble, Rob., 148

Norfolk:
-, duke of, see Howard, John
-, earl of, see Bigod

Norman (fl. 1066), 198

Normanton (in Durnford), 3, 5, 35, 44, 49, 79, 82, 91
-, agric, 90
-, boundaries, 40, 79
-, chap., 82, 91
-, common pasture, 90
-, cts., 91
-, cust. tenants, 90
-, dom. archit., 82
-, farms, 42, 82, 90
-, man., 4, 36, 87, 90
-, mill, 90
-, pop., 18, 80, 82
-, prehist. rem., 79–80
-, roads, 79–80
-, Romano-Brit. rem., 80

Norris:
-, Joan, m. Rob. Craford, 87
-, Ric, 266, 269
-, Thos. (fl. 14th cent.), 87
-, Thos. (d. 1489), 148
-, Wal., 87
-, Mrs., 269

Northampton, earls of, see Bohun, Humph. de; Compton, Wm.

Northcote:
-, John, 257
-, Wm., 257

Nottingham, Wm., 130

Noyes, Nat., rector of Cholderton, 76

Nubold (fl. 1086), 170

nursery (horticultural), 128, 260

nursing and rest homes, 22, 34, 122, 217, 266

O.

oast house, 47

obits, 51, 151, 233, 258

occupations and professions, see alehouse keepers; bacon factor; bakers; breeches maker; brewers; building contractors; butchers; camp furnishers; chandlers; clothiers; clothmakers; coal dealers and merchants; corn dealer; curriers; engineer; glazier; glider pilots; glovers; goldsmith; gravel merchant; handle manufacturer; haulier; innkeepers; linen weavers; millers; motor cycle dealer; pastry cook; pets' undertaker; pipe makers; railway workers; road contractors; roper; serge weaver; shoemaker; soap boiler; starch maker; tailors; tanners; timber merchants; tobacco seller; weavers; wine sellers; wine and spirit merchants; wool sorter; woolstaplers; and see (for cross references) trades and industries

Oddfellows, Order of, 298

Odo (fl. 1086), 158

Odo, bp. of Bayeux, 157–8

offences, see affray; Arminianism; arson; assault; bankruptcy; burglary; disseisin; disturbing the peace; drunkenness; felonies; fishing (illegal); games (illegal playing of); heresy; market offences; murder; petty larceny; recusancy; regicide; rick burning; riots; simony; suicide; theft; trespass

officers and officials, see affeerors; aletaster; coroner; drowners; fences, overseers of; furrows, overseers of; hay weighers; larderer; marshal; water bailiff; waterworks, surveyors of

Ogbourne St. George, 116

Oland, David, 294

Old Hawking club, 19, 245, 267

Omedieu, Rob., 269

oratory, 288

Orcheston, 227, 232, 272

Orcheston benefice, 232–3

Orcheston St. George, 227, 229, 232, 234, 248, 275
-, curate, 283
-, dom. archit., 229
-, Elston, q.v.
-, rectory, 232, 273

Orcheston St. Mary, 165–6, 227–34, 228, 251, 275
-, adv., 232–3
-, agric, 227, 231
-, army camps, 229
-, boundaries, 227
-, char., 234
-, ch., 229, 232–4, 233
-, common meadow, 227, 232
-, common pasture, 227, 231
-, ct., 232
-, curate, 212, 233
-, cust. tenants, 231–2
-, dom. archit., 229, 233–4
-, farms, 229–31
-, field systems, 229
-, glebe, 231–2
-, man., 166, 229–32
-,-, Littlecott's, 230–2
-, military activity, 227, 229, 231
-, mill, 232
-, place name, 227
-, poor relief, 232
-, pop., 229
-, prehist. rem., 227, 229
-, prot. nonconf., 234
-, rectors, 232–3; and see Chippenham, Thos.; Thornborough
-, rectory, 232, 273
-, rectory ho., 229, 233
-, roads, 227, 229
-, sch., 229, 234
-, tithes, 231–2
-, woodland, 227

ordeal pit, 291

Ordwold (fl. 940), 299

Osmund (fl. 1066), 138

Osmund (fl. 1086), 30

Osulf (fl. 1066), 186

Osward (fl. 1066), 299

Otes, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Over Street (in Stapleford), 252–3, 258
-, cast., 255
-, dom. archit., 255
-, farms, 255, 258–9
-, sch., 263

Owen, David, curate of Durrington, 117

Ox drove, 216

Oxford, bp. of, see Stubbs

Oxford, earls of, see Vere

Oxford university, 135, 161
-, Corpus Christi Coll., 191
-, Lincoln Coll., 38
-, Magdalen Coll., president of, see Pierce, Thos.
-, Oriel Coll., 76
-,-, fellows, 76–7
-,-, provost, see Carter
-, regius professor of divinity, see Potter
-, regius professor of Greek, see South, John
-, regius professor of history, see Stubbs

Oxfordshire, see Stanton Harcourt

P.

packaging materials manufacture, 101

Packway, 95, 97

Pain, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Pain, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Pains-Wessex Schermuly (formerly Jas. Pain & Sons, Pains-Wessex Ltd.), 90

Painter, Thos., 60

Panke, John, rector of North Tidworth, 161

Pannell, John, rector of Ludgershall, 131; and see Paynel

papal provision, 279

paper making, 68

paper mill, 68, 70

Parham:
-, (alias Wiseman), Jas., 190
-, John, rector of Steeple Langford, 190
-, John, 275

Parker, Rob., rector of Great Wishford, 292

parks, see Amesbury; Amesbury, West; Asserton; Bathampton; Bathampton, Bathampton Ho.; Biddesden; Cholderton; Collingbourne Kingston; Countess; Durnford; Figheldean; Ludgershall, cast.; Newton Tony, Wilbury Ho.; Syrencot; and see imparking

parliamentarians, 21

Parr:
-, Cath., see Catherine
-, J. O., vicar of Durnford, 93

Parsonage Down national nature reserve, 203, 210, 275, 281

Parsons, Bart., rector of Ludgershall, 131

Partridge:
-, Anne, m. Edw. Masters, 248
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Cartwright, 248
-, Rob., 248
-, Wm., 248

partridges, 157

pastry cook, 149

Paulet (Paulett):
-, Anne, see Brent
-, Sir Geo., 151
-, Sir John (fl. 1460), 113
-, John (d. 1492), 113
-, Sir John (d. 1525), 113
-, Thos., 289

Pauncefoot:
-, Eliz., m. Jas. Daubeney, 35
-, John, and his w. Maud, 35
-, Ric, 35
-, Rob., 35
-, Thos., 35
-, Wal., 35
-, fam., 21, 35

Paynel:
-, John, 112
-, Maud, m. 1 Nic. of Upton, 2 Edm. FitzAlan, earl of Arundel, 112
-, Maud, w. of Wm. (fl. 1269), see Hussey
-, Wm. (fl. 1269), 112, 158
-, Wm. (d. 1317), 112, 115
-, and see Pannell

Peachy:
-, John, 126
-, Wm. (d. 1790), 126
-, Wm. (d. 1839), and his w. Susannah, 126

Pearson:
-, E. Leigh, 299
-, J. L., 131, 162

Peill, J. N., rector of Newton Tony, 153

Pelham, John, earl of Chichester, 84

Pelham-Clinton-Hope, Hen., duke of Newcastle, 238

Pembridge:
-, Fulk of (d. 1296), 159
-, Fulk of (fl. 1339), 159
-, Hen. of, and his w. Arabel, 159
-, Rob. of, 159

Pembroke:
-, earldom, 173, 219–20, 225, 270
-, earls of, 180, 199, 288, 299, 304; and see FitzGilbert, Ric; Herbert; Marshal

Pender, see Denison-Pender

Peniston, John, 56, 303

Penne, Hugh de la, rector of Sherrington, 240

Perch, John, rector of Stapleford, 261–2

Percy:
-, Agnes, see Stane
-, Eve, see Maund
-, Wm., 113

Perkins:
-, Chas., 194
-, Eliz., see Mompesson
-, Francis (d. 1616), 193, 195
-, Francis (d. 1661), 195
-, Francis (d. 1694), 195
-, Francis (d. 1736), 195
-, Francis (d. c. 1749), 195
-, Jas., 195
-, John, 194
-, Ric, 148, 193, 195, 199
-, fam., 197, 199

Perks, F. A., 55

Perrett, V. W., 198

Perrior:
-, Wm., 305
-, fam., 305

Persall:
-, Humph., 37
-, Marg., see Bowet

Pertwood, rector of, see Nairn

Peterborough, earl of, see Mordaunt

pets' undertaker, 101

petty larceny, 201

Peverel:
-, Agnes, 148
-, Hen. (d. 1302), 148
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1362), 57
-, Thos. (fl. 13th cent.), 148
-, Thos. (fl. 1362), 57–8
-, Wm. (fl. 1302), 148
-, Wm. (fl. 1322), and his w. Edith, 57

Pewsey poor-law union, 129, 161

Philippa (of Hainault), queen of Edw. III, 125

Philpot:
-, Agnes, 74
-, Edw., 74

photographic studio, 160

Pickford, Jas., rector of Cholderton, curate of Little Eaton, 77

Pickfords Ltd., 47

Pierce:
-, Rob., rector of North Tidworth, 156, 161
-, Thos., president of Magdalen Coll., Oxf., dean of Salisbury, 158, 162–3
-, Thos. (fl. 1724), 158

pig farming and rearing, 44, 59, 95, 128, 174, 189, 209–10

pigeon house, 247

Piggott, Stuart, 17

pigs, 49, 75

pillory, 48, 129

Pinckney:
-, E. C., 172, 175
-, John, 83
-, Phil., and his w. Jane, 96
-, Rachel, m. F. S. Rendall (formerly Holden), 139
-, Rog., 137

pipe makers, 46–7, 271; and see clay pipe making

Pitman:
-, John, 158
-, Wm. (fl. 1621), 158–9
-, Wm. (another), 159

Pitt:
-, Geo. (d. 1734), 230
-, Geo. (d. 1745), 230
-, Geo., Baron Rivers, 230
-, Lucy, see Low

Pitts, Ric., rector of Wylye, 300, 303

plague, 80, 155, 159–60

planned colonization and settlement, 21, 197, 213, 263

Plantagenet:
-, Edw., earl of Salisbury, 161
-, Edw., earl of Warwick, 31
-, Geo., duke of Clarence, 31, 125, 127
-, Isabel, see Neville

plantations, 13, 15, 33, 68, 95, 115, 140, 143, 148, 150, 155, 160, 169, 175, 184, 189, 215, 227, 242, 249, 260, 265, 290, 295

Pleydell-Bouverie:
-, Caroline, see Hetley
-, Jacob, earl of Radnor, 86
-, (later Pleydell-Bbuverie-Campbell and Pleydell-Bouverie-Campbell-Wyndham), Phil., 8

Plucknet, Alan, 86

Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax:
-, Ernie, Baroness Dunsany, 206, 231, 268
-, Reg., 206, 231, 268

Pocock, John, and his w. Joan, 230

Pole:
-, Alice, see Montagu
-, Marg., ctss. of Salisbury, 31
-, Wm. de la, earl of Suffolk, 30

Polhill:
-, Edw., 84, 139
-, Edw., rector of Milston, 142
-, Sim., 84, 139

police houses, 255, 298

police stations, see Amesbury; Bulford; Durrington; Larkhill camp; Ludgershall; Tidworth, North

police wireless station, 215

Pollen:
-, Charity, see Southby
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1814), 66
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1863), and his w. Charlotte, 126
-, Sir Ric, Bt. (d. 1881), and his w. Charlotte, 126
-, Sir Ric, Bt. (d. 1918), 126

polo and polo grounds, 157, 245

poltergeist, 156

Poncherdon, John, 9

Ponting, C. E., 52, 69, 91–2, 142, 241 n

Poole:
-, Geo., 141
-, Hen., 141

poor-law unions, see Amesbury; Andover; Pewsey; Wilton

Poore:
-, Alice Dyke, 109–10, 113
-, Anne, 149
-, Charlotte, 98, 113–14
-, Edw. (d. 1656), 98
-, Edw. (d. 1672), 98
-, Edw. (fl. 1697), 114
-, Edw. (d. by 1726), and his w. Eleanor, 114
-, Edw. (d. 1780), 98, 113–14
-, Edw. (d. 1787), 111, 158–9
-, Edw. (d. 1803), 158
-, Sir Edw., Bt. (d. 1838), 98–9, 107, 113–14
-, Sir Edw., Bt. (d. 1893), 98, 113–14
-, (formerly Dyke), Edw. Dyke (d. 1859), 107, 109–10, 113, 158
-, Edw. Dyke (d. 1874), 109–10, 113
-, Eleanora, m. David Michel, 98, 113– 14
-, Frances Dyke, m. Hen. Baker, 109– 10, 113
-, Ida, w. of Sir Ric, 98
-, Sir John, Bt., 99
-, Mary, 149
-, Mary, w. of Phil. (d. 1719), 113
-, Mary Anne, m. 1 Wm. Cox, 2 Wm. Edwards, 111
-, Phil. (fl. 1567), 149
-, Phil. (fl. 1595), 99
-, Phil. (d. 1640), 98
-, Phil. (d. 1693), and his w. Eliz., 98, 113
-, Phil. (d. 1719), 98–9, 113, 149
-, Sir Ric, Bt., 98, 113
-, Smart, 158
-, Venetia, 98
-, fam., 98–100

poorhouses, 102, 117, 161, 272

Pope, John, 248

Popham:
-, Alice, m. Humph. Forster, 187
-, Hen., and his w. Marg., 187
-, Sir Steph., 187

Popjay, —, 304

Porton (in Idmiston), 8, 16
-, Porton down, 1, 8, 57, 150
-, prot. nonconf., 52, 226
-, and see Chemical and Biological Defence Establishment

Portsmouth (later Portsmouth & Brighton) United Breweries, 101

Portway, 6, 55–6, 143, 216

post mills, 60, 271

Potter, John, regius professor of divinity in Oxf. university, 76

Poulton:
-, Geof. of, 171
-, Wm. of, 172
-, Sir Wm., and his w. Eliz., 177

poultry farming, 44, 128, 174, 189, 281

Pound, Wm., and his w. Ellen, 74

Powell:
-, Sir Alex. (d. 1784), 219
-, Alex. (fl. 1815), 219
-, Francis, 219
-, John, 219
-, Rog., vicar of Berwick St. James, 176
-, Thos., 258

Poynings:
-, Eleanor, see Arundel
-, (or St. John), Sir Hugh, 278
-, Sir Ric, 238
-, Thos., Ld. St. John, 278

Pratell:
-, Ingram de, 194
-, Sibyl, see Dunstanville

Pratt:
-, Eliz., 268
-, T. W., 248

Préaux, Sir Hen. de, 84

prehistoric settlement and remains, see under places; and see Grovely Grim's ditch

Presbyterians, 12, 93, 103, 118, 153, 226
-, Concurrent Testimony, 51, 76, 102, 151, 161, 176, 225, 241, 262, 283, 292

Price, Hugh, rector of Newton Tony, 151

printing, 129

professions, see (for cross references) occupations and professions

Property Services Agency, 65

protestant nonconformity, see under places; and see Anabaptists; Baptists; Congregationalists; Independents; Methodists; Presbyterians; puritanism; Quakers; Spiritualists

Provence, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

punishments, see blindhouse; cage; cuckingstool; gallows; gaols; gibbet; hanging; ordeal pit; pillory; stocks

Purbrook, Rog. of, rector of Biddesden, 135

Purdue:
-, Ric, 132
-, Wm., 192

puritanism, 34, 151

Purvis:
-, Susannah, see Eyre
-, (later Eyre), Wm., 57, 220

putty manufacture, 224

Pym, Roland, 133–4

Pyres, Hen., and his w. Christine, 269

pyrotechnic devices (civilian, marine, and military) manufacture, 90; and see fireworks manufacture

Q.

Quaite:
-, Hen. (d. by 1751), 149
-, Hen. (fl. 1770), 149
-, Wm., and his w. Anne, 149
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 149

Quakers, 52, 226, 263, 305

Queen Anne's Bounty, 102, 176, 212, 261, 272

Queenhill (Worcs.), 294

Queensberry:
-, dukedom, 31
-, dukes of, see Douglas, Chas. and Wm.

Quency:
-, Hawise de, m. Sir Baldwin Wake, 278
-, Helen or Ellen de, m. Sir Alan la Zouche, 277
-, Joan de, m. Humph, de Bohun (d. 1265), 278
-, Marg., see Beaumont
-, Sir Rob. de, 278
-, Rog. de, earl of Winchester, 36, 277
-, Saier de, earl of Winchester, 36, 277

Quidhampton (in Fugglestone), 165, 224

Quintin (Quinton):
-, Edith, dau. of Wm. (d. 1351), 219
-, Edith, w. of —, see Humphrey
-, Hen., 219, 289
-, Isabel, 219
-, John, 230
-, Ric, 289
-, Thos., and his w. Alice, 230
-, Wm. (d. by 1290), 219, 289
-, Wm. (d. by 1341), 219, 289
-, Wm. (d. 1351), 219, 289

R.

R.A.F. (formerly Royal Flying Corps), 108
-, police, 108

R.M.C. Ltd., 101

racecourses, 19, 108, 143, 157

racehorse training, 90, 101, 116, 128, 260, 267, 281

racing stables, 260

Radnor, earl of, see Pleydell-Bouverie, Jacob

railway stations, see Amesbury; Bulford; Burden's Ball; Codford; Langford, Hanging; Ludgershall; Tidworth, North; Tidworth, South; Wishford, Great; Wylye

railway workers, 144

railways, see Amesbury and Military Camp Light Railway; G.W.R.; Larkhill light military railway; London & South Western; Midland & South Western Junction; Salisbury & Yeovil

Rametta, the Viscountess, m. Everard Tyes, 28, 36

Randall (Randell)
-, John, 268
-, John, s. of John, 268
-, Morgan, 130

Rank, J. V., 172, 256–7, 260, 278

Rasch:
-, D. A., 86
-, Guy, and his w. Phyllis, 86

Ratfyn (in Amesbury), 13, 15–16, 29, 48, 97
-, agric, 13, 38, 44–5
-, chap., 13, 29, 51
-, common meadow, 13
-, common pasture, 13, 38, 45
-, cust. tenants, 44–5
-, dom. archit., 29
-, farm, 29, 31, 37, 42, 45, 68
-, man., 4, 30–1, 37–8, 44
-, pop., 29
-, prebend, see Salisbury, cath. ch.

Ratfyn Estates Ltd., 37

Rawlence, Jas., 99

Rawlins, Alfred, 111, 119

Rawlinson, Sir Fred., Bt., 66

Read (Reade):
-, And., rector of Ludgershall, 131
-, J., 58
-, J. S., 58
-, and see Reed

Reading (Berks.), 129

reading rooms, 27, 64, 144, 170, 186, 198; and see parish library

ready mixed concrete preparation, 101

Real Motors, 224

recusancy, 126, 130, 132, 141, 158, 162, 182–3, 192, 195. 197, 263

Redmayne, Edw., 139

redundant church, 211

Redundant Churches Fund, 211

Reed:
-, Sir Bart., and his w. Eliz., 146, 151
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. by 1545), m. 2 Hen. Reynolds, 146
-, John (d. by 1545), 146
-, John (fl. 1581), 146
-, and see Read

Reeve:
-, Cuthbert, and his w. Eleanor, 74
-, Eliz., see Bailey
-, John, 74
-, Ralph, 74

Reeves, Ric, 58

regicide, 8

relics:
-, of St. Andrew, 91
-, of St. Blaise, 91

religious houses, see Amesbury, abbey and priory; Bath, abbey; Bec-Hellouin; Bermondsey; Bradenstoke; Bradley, Maiden; Caen; Dartford; Durford; Easton; Edington, priory; Glastonbury; Hayling; Ivychurch; Jumièges; Keynsham; Lacock; Monkton Farleigh; Mottisfont, priory; Romsey; Shaftesbury; Sheen; Southampton; Stanley; Wilton, abbey; Winchester, Hyde abbey and priory (of St. Swithun)

religious orders, see Fontevrault; Hospitallers; Templars

Rendall:
-, C. E., 138–9, 141
-, (formerly Holden), F. S., 139
-, Rachel, see Pinckney
-, Thos., 139

Renger:
-, Cecily, m. Rog. le Gras, 35
-, Idony, m. Ric. of Hadstock, 35
-, John, 35
-, Margery, m. John Veel, 35

retreat, 182

return of writs, 4, 129, 211, 250, 281

Revert, Wm., 149

Reydon, Sir Rob., 111

Reynolds:
-, Eliz., see Reed
-, Hen., 146

Richard I, 124, 198

Richard III (formerly duke of Gloucester), 278

Richard the chamberlain, 206

Richard, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Richards, Hen., curate of Amesbury, 51

Richmond, see Webb

Richmond:
-, ctss. of, see Margaret
-, duke of, see Stuart
-, earl of, see Tudor, Edm.

Richmond Webb:
-, Borlace, and his w. Hester, 134
-, (formerly Webb), John (d. 1724), 126, 130, 134
-, John (d. 1766), 134

rick burning, 42

Riley, Chris., rector of Newton Tony, 151

Ringbourne:
-, Rob., and his w. Eliz., 109
-, Wm. (d. 1450), and his w. Eliz., 109
-, Wm. (d. 1512), 109

riots, 42, 127

Rivers, Baron, see Pitt

rivers, see Anton; Avon; Bourne; Nadder; Nine Mile river; Test; Till; Wylye

road contractors, 224

road haulage, 47

roads:
-, Amesbury-Mere, 80, 169, 275, 295, 297
-, Amesbury to Old Salisbury, 15
-, Amesbury—Warminster, 203–4, 242, 244, 276
-, Andover—Amesbury, 63, 71–2
-, Andover-Devizes, 119
-, Andover-Mere, 15
-, Bulford—Shrewton, 95
-, Chipping Campden to Salisbury, 15, 63, 79, 106, 137
-, Devizes-Salisbury, 95, 169, 203, 215, 227, 244, 253, 265, 276
-, Figheldean—Bulford, 137
-, London—Bridgwater, 15, 25, 63, 71, 203, 242, 244, 265
-, London-Exeter, 6, 15, 17, 63, 71, 80, 169, 184, 276, 297
-, London—Penzance, 216
-, London—Warminster, 63–4, 95
-, Marlborough—Salisbury, 15, 65, 106
-, Marlborough-Winchester, 119, 121
-, Netheravon-Wilton, 16–17
-, Oxford-Salisbury, 6, 15, 55, 63, 71, 137. 143, 155
-, Rom., 6, 55, 143, 184, 215, 235, 285, 295
-, Salisbury—Bath, 184, 215, 253, 265, 295, 297
-, Southampton-Bristol, 169, 184, 203, 215, 253, 297
-, Swindon—Salisbury, 6–7, 55–6, 72, 79. 143. 155
-, trunk, 15, 63, 71, 80, 169, 184, 215– 16, 253, 276, 285, 297
-, turnpiked, 6, 15–16, 55, 63–4, 71, 79–80, 95, 106, 119, 137, 143, 155, 169, 178, 184, 203,215–17, 227, 235, 242, 244, 253, 265, 276, 295, 297
-, Upavon-Amesbury, 95, 106
-, Wilton—Mere, 216, 295
-, Wilton-Warminster, 178, 184, 215, 235, 285, 297
-, and see Amesbury turnpike trust; Grovely ridge way; Harrow way; Ox drove; Packway; Portway; toll houses; Wiltway

Robert (fl. 1086), 139, 289

Robert, count of Mortain, 198

Robert son of Gerald, 133, 139, 141

Robert son of Pain, 300

Roberts:
-, H. F., 299
-, Ric, 158

Robertson, see Despencer-Robertson

Robinson, A., 83

Rodney, Sir Geo., 26, 48

Rogate (Suss.), see Durford abbey

Roger, bp. of Salisbury, 117

Roger son of Everard, 34

Roger son of Otes, 74

Roger son of Pain, 300

Roland (fl. 12th cent.), 159

Roles:
-, Jas., 208
-, Wm., 208

Rollestone:
-, Nic. of, 230, 232
-, Wm. of, and his w. Marg., 230

Rollestone, 165–6, 204, 211, 213, 242, 244, 250, 252
-, char., 252
-, curate, 212
-, man., 247–8, 252
-, rectors, see Harward; Head, Ric; White, Jas.
-, rectory, 211, 250, 283

Roman Catholicism, see Amesbury; Bathampton; Bulford, Bulford camp; Durrington; Figheldean; Langford, Little; Langford, Steeple; Larkhill camp; Ludgershall; Newton Tony; Stapleford; Wylye; and see recusancy

Romano-British settlement and remains, see under places

Romsey, John, and his w. Isabel, 269

Romsey abbey (Hants), 269–72

rook hawking, 245

rook nets, 48

roper, 128

Rose, John, 52

Ross, W., 103

Ross Group pic, 47

Rous:
-, John (fl. 1242–3), 206
-, John (d. c. 1330), 206
-, Sir John (d. c. 1339), 206
-, Ric. (fl. 12th cent.), 206
-, Ric (d. by 1374), and his w. Eliz., 206
-, Thos., 206
-, Wm., 206

Rowborough hundred, 265

Rowden, Chas., 260

Rowland, M., 9, 66

Rowner (Hants), rector of, see Whitmarsh

Roy, E., 129

Royal Aircraft Establishment, 109

Royal Army Ordnance depot, 156, 160, 170

Royal Artillery (Salisbury Plain) hunt, 267

Royal School of Artillery, 97, 245

royalists, 57, 131, 172, 191, 263, 304

Ruddle:
-, A. G., rector of Durrington, 103
-, C. S., curate, vicar, and rector of Durrington, 103

Rudhall, Abel, 251

Rumball, John, 114

Rushall, 35

Russell:
-, Ld. Hugh, 188, 195–6
-, John, earl of Bedford, 126
-, Wm., earl of Bedford, 47

Rutland, earl of, see Manners

Rutter, Wm., 74

Rutty, Thos., rector of Milston, 142–3

rye grass, 10

S.

sac and soc, 116, 272, 291

Sadler:
-, Ant., vicar of Berwick St. James, 176
-, Thos., 189

sainfoin, 10, 43, 75, 128, 223

Sainsbury, John, 247

St. Aldwyn, Earl, see Hicks Beach, Sir Mic.

St. Amand:
-, Almaric, Ld. St. Amand, 125
-, Ralph de, 288

St. David's, bp. of, see Moss

St. Edmund (of Abingdon), 118

St. John, Ld., see Poynings, Thos.

St. John, Sir Hugh, see Poynings

St. Just, Ld., see Grenfell

St. Lo:
-, Joan, see Cheverell
-, John (d. c. 1313), 246
-, Sir John (d. after 1372), 246
-, Sir John (d. 1375), 246
-, Marg., w. of Sir John (d. 1375), m. 2 Peter Courtenay, 57, 246

St. Martin:
-, Joan, see Neville
-, Jordan de, 186
-, Laur. de (d. 1318), 187
-, Laur. de (d. 1385), 187, 190
-, Reynold de, 187, 190
-, Ric. de, 30
-, Sibyl, w. of Laur. de (d. 1318), m. 2 John Scures, 187
-, Wm. de, 187

St. Maur:
-, Algernon, duke of Somerset (d. 1894), 196
-, Algernon, duke of Somerset (d. 1923), 196, 300
-, Archibald, duke of Somerset, 196 and see Seymour

St. Neots priory (Hunts.), 60, 76

St. Osmund, 102

Sale, Ralph de la, see Hall

Salisbury:
-, Edw. of, 29–30, 37, 57, 84, 124, 146, 157–8, 171, 179, 229–30, 242, 245, 279, 299
-, Ela of, ctss. of Salisbury, abbess of Lacock, m. Wm. Longespee, earl of Salisbury, 30, 146, 157, 179, 219, 245, 250
-, Maud of, m. Humph. de Bohun, 146
-, Patrick, earl of Salisbury, 30, 157, 179. 245
-, Wal. of, 30, 37, 157, 179, 245
-, Wm. of, earl of Salisbury, 30, 83, 157, 179, 245, 247

Salisbury:
-, ctsses. of, see Lacy, Alice; Longespée, Marg.; Montagu, Alice; Pole, Marg.; Salisbury, Ela
-, earldom, 30, 83, 111, 161, 179, 207, 229, 245–9, 279, 299
-, earls of, 84, 171, 179, 299; and see Cecil; Longespee; Montagu; Neville, Ric; Plantagenet, Edw.; Salisbury, Patrick and Wm.

Salisbury, 1, 15–16, 95, 100, 106, 167, 169, 174, 176, 184, 203, 225, 253
-, archdeacon, 182; and see Kelsey; Lambert, Thos.
-, bell foundry, 12, 77, 93, 152, 192, 226, 234, 284, 304
-, bps., 11, 37, 60, 91, 98, 109, 117–18, 141, 175, 177, 181, 212, 232, 250, 261, 263, 272, 282, 292, 303; and see Davenant; Hamilton; Hyde, Alex.; Jocelin; Roger
-, cath. ch., 4, 37, 87, 91, 93 n, 117, 208, 258, 261, 280, 287
-,-, canons, see Balgay; Bower, Rob.; Clarke; Dyson; Fowle, F. W.; Fuller; Templer; Thatcham
-,-, chant., 206
-,-, choristers' sch., master of, see Skinner
-,-, dean and chapter, 98–9, 111, 113, 116–18, 206–8, 261, 269
-,-, deans, 91; and see Ekins, John; Moleyns, Adam; Pierce, Thos.
-,-, Our Lady's Chamber, 113 prebends and prebendaries: of Durnford, 87–8, 91; of Ratfyn, 37–8
-,-, precentor, see Upton, Nic.
-,-, subdeans, see Balgay; Burton, John; Hooker; Hyde, Alex.; Naish; Thornborough, Giles
-,-, succentor, see Selwyn, John treasurer, 113, 117; and see Lee vicars choral, 58
-, ch. of St. Thos., 258
-, Clarendon palace, 100
-, diocese, 161, 293
-,-, finance board, 130
-,-, patronage board, 232, 240
-, mkt., 18
-, mayor, see Bailey, John
-, Mompesson Ho., 196 mus., 48
-, recorder, see Sherfield

Salisbury district, 11, 50, 60, 68, 76, 91, 102, 116, 141, 150, 175, 181, 190, 211, 225, 232, 250, 260, 272, 282, 292, 303
-, council, 25

Salisbury Plain Race club, 157

Salisbury & Yeovil Railway, 216

Salmond, J., 84

Salt, Wm., and his w. Cath., 149

Salterton (in Durnford), 5, 79, 82, 91
-, agric., 80, 88–90
-, bridge, 82
-, common meadow, 88–9
-, common pasture, 88–9
-, cts., 90
-, cust. tenants, 82, 89–90
-, dom. archit., 82
-, farms, 82, 89–90
-, inc., 89
-, man., 82, 86–7
-, pop., 80
-, roads, 82

Salvidge, J. C, 32

Salway:
-, Wm., 279
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 279

Sandell:
-, E. C, 31
-, I. F., 31–2
-, Thos., 47

Sandford:
-, Gilb. of, 159
-, Laura, see Zouche

Sandys:
-, Hen., 172
-, Margery, w. of Wm., Ld. Sandys (d. 1540), 74
-, Thos., Ld. Sandys, 74, 172
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys (d. 1540), 74, 172, 175
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys (d. 1623), 74, 172
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys (d. 1629), 172
-, Windsor, 40

Saph:
-, Chas. (d. 1726), 257, 263
-, Chas. (d. 1736), 257
-, John (fl. 1631), 257
-, John (?the same), 262 n
-, John (d. 1683), 257, 263
-, John (d. 1699), 257
-, John (d. c. 1782), 257
-, John (fl. c. 1822), 258
-, fam., 258, 263

Saucer:
-, Alice, w. of Rob., 35
-, Anne, m. Thos. Hobbes (fl. 1428), 35
-, Giles, 36
-, Isabel, m. Wal. Messager, 35
-, John (fl. 1242), 35
-, John (?the same), 35
-, Rob., 34–6
-, Thos. (d. by 1428), 35
-, Thos. (fl. 1452), and his w. Christine, 36
-, Thos. (fl. 1502), 36
-, fam., 35

Saunders:
-, Edm., see Mills
-, Edm., grds. of Edm., see Mills
-, Edw., see Mills
-, Geo., 279
-, Hen., see Mills
-, Thos., see Mills

Savernake estate, 130

Sawbridge:
-, Jane, see Erle-Drax-Grosvenor
-, John, see Sawbridge-Erle-Drax

Sawbridge-Erle-Drax:
-, (formerly Sawbridge), John, 206, 231, 268
-, Maria, 206, 231, 268
-, Sarah, m. 1 F. A. P. Burton, 2 J. L. Egginton (later Ernle-ErleDrax), 206, 231, 268

sawmills, 224

Sawyer, Rob., rector of Sherrington and of Boyton, 241

Saye and Sele, Vct., see Fiennes, Nat.

Scawen:
-, Jas., 268
-, Thos., 268
-, Sir Wm., 268, 271

schools:
-, agric, 252
-, boarding, 55, 273, 294
-, British, 70, 252
-, charity, 52–3, 77
-, Ch. of Eng., 53, 55
-, comprehensive, 55, 105, 133, 162
-, evening, 53, 77, 79, 132, 153, 183, 193
-, grammar, 53
-, industrial, 226
-, National, 53, 93, 105, 119, 132, 143, 153, 177. 192–3. 213, 226, 234, 241, 252, 263, 275, 284, 305
-, preparatory, 53, 55, 70, 93, 162
-, Rom. Catholic, 53, 55
-, secondary modern, 53, 55, 105, 133, 162

Scientific and Industrial Research, Department of, Building Research Board, 23

Scot, see Scott

scotales, 5

Scotland Lodge estate, 207, 279

Scotney, Ric, and his w. Isabel, 9

Scott (Scot):
-, Sir Gilb., 22, 192
-, John, 34
-, Mic, 34, 190
-, Thos., 34
-, Wm., 34

Scrope:
-, Millicent, w. of Steph., m. 2 Sir John Fastolf, 194
-, Ric. (fl. 1555), 194
-, Ric, rector of Sherrington and of Aston Tirrold, 241
-, Steph., 194
-, fam., 194

Scures:
-, John, 187
-, Sibyl, see St. Martin

Seagram:
-, J. H. S., 195
-, John, 304
-, T. O., 195

Seawell Electronics, 129

Sedgehill, 219

Selby, Leicester, vicar of Durnford, 92

Selden, John, 130

Selwyn:
-, Chas., 130
-, Geo., 126, 130
-, John (d. 1751), 126, 130
-, John (fl. 1791), rector of Ludgershall, succentor of Salisbury cath., 131–2

Semington (in Steeple Ashton), 230

serge weaver, 128

serjeanty, 34, 157, 205, 269, 289

Serrington (in Stapleford), 252–3, 258, 260
-, bridge, 255
-, common meadow, 259
-, common pasture, 259
-, dom. archit., 255
-, farms, 258–9
-, inns, 255
-, mill, 255
-, place name, 253

sewage disposal works, 27, 29,108, 123, 287

Sewi (fl. 1066), 73

Seymour:
-, Alfred, 66, 256, 258
-, Anne, see Stanhope
-, Chas., duke of Somerset, 256
-, Sir Edw., Vet. Beauchamp, earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset (d. 1552), 31–2, 37–8, 109, 111–12, 118, 126, 130, 158–9, 172, 230, 256, 258, 261, 289
-, Edw., earl of Hertford (d. 1621), 18, 31–2, 39, 46, 148, 179–80, 256
-, Sir Edw., Bt. (d. 1708), 66
-, Sir Edw., Bt. (d. 1740), 66
-, Edw., duke of Somerset (d. 1792), 196
-, Edw., duke of Somerset (d. 1855), 196, 299, 302
-, Edw., duke of Somerset (d. 1885), 196
-, Ellen, see Zouche
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Bruce, earl of Ailesbury, 31
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1463), m. 2 Ric. Whiteley, 256
-, Frances, w. of Edw., earl of Hertford (d. 1621), m. 2 Ludovic Stuart, duke of Richmond, 256
-, Francis, duke of Somerset (d. 1678), 256
-, Francis (d. 1761), 256
-, Francis (fl. 1780), 66
-, Hen. (d. 1805), 256
-, Hen. (d. 1849), 66, 256
-, Hen. (d. 1877), 66, 256
-, Jane, 66, 256, 258
-, John (fl. 1427), 109
-, John (d. 1463), 256
-, Sir John (d. 1464), 256
-, John (d. 1491), 256
-, Sir John (d. 1536), 256
-, John, duke of Somerset (d. 1675), 31, 256
-, Sir Nic, 158
-, Thos., Baron Seymour, 269
-, Webb, duke of Somerset, 196
-, Wm., earl and marquess of Hertford, duke of Somerset (d. 1660), 31– 3, 180, 256
-, Wm., duke of Somerset (d. 1671), 31, 33, 256
-, Wm. (d. 1747), 66, 256
-, Wm. (fl. 1808–9), 66
-, fam., 66–7, 130, 258–60
-, and see St. Maur

Shaftesbury (Dors.), 147
-, abbess, 175

shambles (butchers'), see Amesbury; Ludgershall

Shareshill, Sir Adam, and his w. Alice, 111

Sharnesfield, Sir Nic, 171

Sharpe, Rob., vicar of Tilshead, 273

Shaw (in Chute), 3

Sheen priory (Surr.), 279, 282

sheep, see Hampshire Down sheep; Jacob sheep; Southdown sheep

Sheepbridge, Great and Little (in Swallowfield, Berks.), 3

Sheppard (Shepherd):
-, Anne, 110
-, Sim., 36
-, Thos. (d. 1665), 110–11, 116
-, Thos., s. of Thos. (d. 1665), no
-, Thos. (d. by 1806), 110
-, (alias Somerby), Thos. (fl. 1833), 110
-, Thos. (d. by 1858), 247
-, Wal., 247
-, Wm. (fl. 17th or 18th cent.), 110
-, Wm. (fl. 1736), 110
-, Wm. (d. c. 1771), 110
-, fam., 118

Sherfield, Hen., recorder of Salisbury, and his w. Rebecca, 34

sheriff's aid, 4

Sherrington, 1, 165–6, 234–42, 236
-, adv., 240
-, agric, 235, 238–9
-, boundaries, 234
-, cast., 235, 237
-, char., 240–2
-, ch., 235, 240–1
-, common meadow, 235, 239
-, common pasture, 235, 238–9
-, ct., 240
-, curates, 241
-, cust. tenants, 238–9
-, dom. archit., 235, 237, 240
-, farms, 235, 237–9
-, field systems, 235
-, glebe, 238, 240
-, honor, 237
-, inc., 239
-, man., 237–40, 256–7, 279
-, mill, 234–5, 239–40
-, place name, 235
-, poor relief, 240
-, pop., 235
-, prehist. rem., 234–5
-, prot. nonconf., 241
-, rectors, 235, 238–41; and see Beuseval; Dyer; Gregory; Hobbes, Wm.; Hollyman; Lambert, Thos. (two of the name); Penne; Sawyer; Scrope, Ric; Sly
-, rectory, 240
-, rectory ho., 235, 240–1
-, roads, 235
-, sch., 241
-, tithes, 235, 240
-, woodland, 235, 237–9

Shifford, Thos., rector of North Tidworth, canon of Hereford, 161

Shinfield (Berks.), see Diddenham

Shipton Bellinger (Hants), 77

Shirley:
-, Eliz., see Washington
-, Sir Rob., Bt., Baron and Earl Ferrers, 35, 66

Shoddesden (in Kimpton, Hants), 73, 126

shoemakers, 47

shooting (of game birds), 189

Shrewton, 15, 19, 165–6, 201, 204, 209, 211, 213, 242–52, 243, 250, 275,277
-, adv., 250
-, agric, 242, 248–9
-, boundaries, 242
-, bridge, 244
-, char., 234, 252, 284
-, ch., 204, 244, 248, 250–1
-, common meadow, 242, 248
-, common pasture, 242, 248–50
-, cts., 249–50
-, curates, 212, 234, 251
-, cust. tenants, 248–9
-, dom. archit., 204, 212, 244–5, 247, 251
-, farms, 244, 249
-, glebe, 250
-, honor, 161, 245–6 cts., 250
-, inc., 242, 248–52
-, inns, 245
-, mans., 83–4, 157, 161, 171, 179, 207, 229, 245–9, 279, 299
-,-, Rectory, 248, 250
-,-, Winterbourne Shrewton, 247–50, 280
-, military activity, 242, 244–5, 249, 276
-, mills, 249
-, Netton, q.v.
-, place name, 242
-, poor relief, 250
-, pop., 244
-, prehist. rem., 242, 244
-, prot. nonconf., 213, 244, 251–2
-, roads, 63, 203, 242, 244, 276
-, sch., 213, 245, 252, 275
-, tithes, 248, 250, 252
-, trade, 244, 249
-, vicarage, 211, 250–1, 283
-, vicarage ho., 244, 250–1
-, vicars, 250–1, 262; and see Bennett; Grange; Matthews; Skinner; Worthen
-, woodland, 242, 248–9

Shrewton benefice, 211–12, 250, 283

Shrewton laundry, 249

Shrewton Lodge estate, 246

Sidbury Hill, see Tidworth, North signalling equipment manufacture, 90

Silley, Geo., 83

Silverthorn, Wm., 36

Simeon:
-, Eliz., see Neville
-, Sim., 97

Simonds, H. & G., 129

simony, 292

Simpkins:
-, Edwin, 110
-, Ernest, 110
-, J. G., 206
-, T. E., 110–11, 116
-, T. H., 111

sinecurists, 118

Site of Special Scientific Interest, 275

Skilling:
-, Edw., 113
-, Eliz., m. 1 John Wynnard, 2 Thos. Wayte, 73
-, John (fl. 1382), and his w. Faith, 73
-, John (fl. 1428), 73
-, John (another), 73
-, Wm., 113
-, fam., 73

Skinner, John, vicar of Shrewton, master of Salisbury cath. choristers' sch., 251

skittle alley, 26

Slade:
-, Jas., 269
-, Wm., 269
-, Wm. (another), 269

Slater, Wm., 192

Sly, Edm., rector of Sherrington and of Upton Lovell, 241

smallholdings and smallholders, 23, 31, 42, 209; and see allotments

smallpox, 121

Smalo (fl. 1066), 237

Smart:
-, John, 149
-, Wm., 149
-, fam., 118

Smith:
-, C. R. M., 246
-, G. R., and his w. Janetta, 248
-, Geo., 188
-, Hen. ('Dog'), 133
-, Jason, 130
-, John, rector of Milston, 142
-, John (d. 1690), 157
-, John (d. 1723), speaker of Ho. of Commons, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 157
-, John (fl. 1851), 132
-, Kath., see Heath cote
-, Mary, see Dredge
-, Matilda, w. of Thos. Assheton (d. 1858), 157
-, O. H., 134
-, Thos. (fl. 1650), 157
-, (formerly Assheton), Thos. (d. 1774), 157
-, Thos. Assheton (d. 1828), 157, 159
-, Thos. Assheton (d. 1858), 157–8, 160
-, Wm., 157

Smokem, Mary, 294

Snell, M., 9

Snow:
-, Adam, 171, 279
-, Cath., m. 1 Jas. Crawford, ?2 John Stevens, 171
-, Nic. (d. by 1588), 279
-, Nic. (d. 1639), 171
-, Nic, s. of Nic. (d. 1639), 171
-, Wm., s. of Adam, 171, 279
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 279

soap boiler, 47

Somerby, Thos., see Sheppard

Somerset:
-, Chas., duke of Beaufort, 112
-, Hen., duke of Beaufort, 112

Somerset:
-, dukes of, 300; and see St. Maur; Seymour
-, earl of, see Beaufort, John

Somerset, see Bath; Bawdrip; Beckington; Bridgwater; Brompton Ralph; Camel; Ditcheat; Farleigh Hungerford; Glastonbury abbey; Keynsham abbey; Wayford; Wells

Sopworth, rector of, see Coates

Sotwell:
-, Alice, 159
-, Eliz., m. 1 Francis Trenchard (d. by 1636), 2 John Bulkeley, 159
-, John, 159
-, Rog., 130
-, Wm. (fl. 1579), 159
-, Wm. (d. 1639), 159

South:
-, Edw., 35
-, John, rector of Allington, regius professor of Greek in Oxf. university, 11
-, Thos. (fl. 1577), 35–6
-, Thos. (d. 1606), 35–6
-, Wm., 36

South of England coursing club, 19

South West District (Army) Command, 65

South Wilts. Grocery Stores, 129

Southampton, earls of, see FitzWilliam; Wriothesley

Southampton, 128
-, priory of St. Denis, 111, 248, 257

Southby:
-, Anne, see Duke
-, Ant., 66
-, (formerly Gapper), Ant., 66
-, Charity, m. Sir John Pollen, Bt. (d. 1814), 66
-, Edm., 58
-, Hen., 58
-, Mary, 66
-, Ric. (d. 1791), 66
-, Ric. (another, d. 1791), 66
-, Sarah, see Harris
-, fam., 67

Southdown sheep, 115

Southern Military Command, 156

Spatchurst, Sim., 172

Spectator, 52, 137

Speke:
-, Eliz., m. John Tremayle, 269
-, Joan, m. Thos. Brooke, 269
-, John, 269

Spicer, Hen., 76

Spigurnel:
-, Clarice, see Daubeney
-, Sir Edm., 288

Spileman, Wm., 269

spinning, 102, 128, 189

Spiritualists, 226

sports and games, see archery; bowls and bowling greens; cockfighting; cockpit; coursing and coursing clubs; cricket; croquet ground; dressage training; equestrian centre; fishing; fowling; hawking; horse trials; hunter trials course; hunting; polo and polo ground; racecourses; racehorse training; racing stables; rook hawking; shooting; skittle alley; swimming baths and pools; tennis

sports and recreation grounds, 27, 97, 109, 124, 145. 157

Sprackling, Gervase s. of, see Gervase

Spratt, Hen., 35, 53

Squarey:
-, A. T., 99
-, E. P., 99

Squire, Sam., vicar of Durnford, 91

Stabber:
-, Agnes, m. John Dykeman, 219, 289
-, Edith, m. John Stone, 219, 289
-, Eliz., 289
-, Joan, m. John Wilton (alias John at the end), 289
-, Thos., 289

Stafford:
-, Edm. de, earl of Stafford, 86, 230
-, Edw., duke of Buckingham, 230
-, Hen., duke of Buckingham, 230
-, Hugh de, earl of Stafford, 230
-, Humph., earl of Stafford, duke of Buckingham, 230
-, Marg., see Audley
-, Ralph de, earl of Stafford, 86, 230
-, Thos. de, earl of Stafford, 230
-, Wm. de, earl of Stafford, 230

Stafford:
-, earldom, 86
-, earls of, 86; and see Stafford

Staffordshire, dean of Lichfield, see Addison, Lancelot

Stane:
-, Agnes, w. of Ralph, m. 2 — Percy, 8, 11
-, Ralph de la, 8, 11

Stanhope, Anne, m. Edw., duke of Somerset (d. 1552), 31

Stanley, F. S., 157

Stanley (in Bremhill), abbey of, 247, 258

Stanton Harcourt (Oxon.), 187

Stapleford, 1, 165, 169, 172, 218, 252–63, 254
-, adv., 261
-, agric, 253, 258–60
-, boundaries, 253
-, bridge, 255
-, char., 262
-, ch., 258, 261–3, 262
-, common meadow, 253, 258–9
-, common pasture, 253, 258–60
-, cts., 260
-, curates, 176, 262
-, cust. tenants, 258, 260
-, dom. archit., 255–6, 261
-, Druid's Lodge, 256; and see Druid's Lodge estate
-, fair, 260
-, farms, 175, 255–9, 281
-, field system, 253
-, glebe, 258, 261
-, inc., 258–9
-, man., 256–8, 261, 263, 293
-,-, Bonham's, 257–8
-,-, Druid's Lodge, 257
-,-, Rectory, 258–9, 261, 263
-,-, Saph's, 257–8
-, mills, 260
-, Over Street, q.v.
-, poor relief, 260
-, pop., 253
-, prehist. rem., 253
-, prot. nonconf., 263
-, rectors, 258, 261–2; and see Bath; James; Moleyns, Adam; Perch; Upton, Nic.
-, rectory, 261
-, rectory ho., 261
-, roads, 253
-, Rom. Catholicism, 263
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 253
-, sch., 177, 255–6, 263
-, Serrington, q.v.
-, tithes, 258, 261
-, Uppington, q.v.
-, vicarage, 175, 258, 260–1
-, vicarage ho., 255, 261
-, vicars, 176, 261–2, 283; and see Carpenter, Geo.; Marshall, Wm.; Matthews; Wall
-, woodland, 260

Staples:
-, Thos., 98
-, Wm., 67, 98

Stapleton:
-, Sir Brian de, Ld. Ingham, 187
-, Joan, w. of Sir Miles de (d. 1364), see Ingham
-, Joan de, m. 1 Chris. Harcourt, 2 Sir John Huddelstone, 187
-, Sir Miles de (d. 1364), 187
-, Sir Miles de, Ld. Ingham (d. 1419), 187
-, Sir Miles de, Ld. Ingham (d. 1466), 187

starch maker, 224

Steepleton Iwerne (Dors.), rector of, see Moore, Thos.

Stephen, King (count of Mortain), 117, 198

Stephen, John son of, see John

Stephens, H. C, 64, 66, 72–5; and see Stevens

Stern, C. E., 134

Stevens:
-, Cath., see Snow
-, John, 171
-, Thos., 269 and see Stephens

Stockdale, Cath., 268

Stockman, John, and his w. Dorothy, 158

stocks (punitive), 48, 129, 190, 201, 260, 291

Stockton, 165, 304
-, agric, 196
-, rectory, 181, 190, 303

Stockwell, J. S., rector of Wylye, 304

Stoford (in South Newton), 165, 213, 219–20, 224
-, agric, 222
-, bridge, 217, 285
-, common meadow, 222
-, common pasture, 222
-, cust. tenants, 221–2
-, dom. archit., 217
-, farms, 217, 221–2
-, inc., 222
-, ind., 224
-, inn, 217
-, man., 219
-, pop., 216
-, prot. nonconf., 217, 226
-, trades, 224

Stoke, Herb, of, 269

Stone:
-, Edith, see Stabber
-, J. F. S., 17
-, John, 219, 289

Stonehenge (in Amesbury), 1, 13, 15–17, 19, 26, 29, 95, 245
-, airfield, 16, 18, 44
-, fair, 46

Stonehenge Woollen Industry, 47

Stourton:
-, Cath., see Berkeley
-, Chas., Ld. Stourton, 179–80, 219
-, Chris., 180
-, Edw., Ld. Stourton (d. 1535), 110, 179, 206, 219
-, Edw., Ld. Stourton (d. 1633), 219
-, Edw., Ld. Stourton (d. 1720), 219
-, Eliz., w. of Wm. (d. 1413), 110
-, Francis, Ld. Stourton, 118, 179
-, Hercules, 180
-, John, Ld. Stourton (d. 1462), 110, 179, 205
-, John, Ld. Stourton (d. 1485), 110, 179, 219
-, John, Ld. Stourton (d. 1588), 219
-, Leonard, 180
-, Marg., w. of Wm., Ld. Stourton (d. 1478), m. 2 John Cheyne, Ld. Cheyne, 205
-, Sir Reynold, 182
-, Wm. (d. 1413), 110, 179
-, Wm., Ld. Stourton (d. 1478), 110, 179, 182, 205, 219
-, Wm., Ld. Stourton (d. 1524), 110, 118, 179, 206, 219
-, Wm., Ld. Stourton (d. 1548), 110, 179, 181, 206, 219
-, Wm., Ld. Stourton (d. 1672), 219
-, Wm., Ld. Stourton (d. 1685), 219
-, fam., 180

Strange, Lds., see Lestrange

Stratford-sub-Castle, 91, 165, 167
-, Avon, q.v.

Straton, Emily, 191

Stratton, Adam de, 188

Street:
-, Geo., 171
-, H. J., 37, 66

Stuart:
-, Frances, see Seymour
-, Ludovic, duke of Richmond, 256

Stubbs, Wm., rector of Cholderton, bp. of Chester and of Oxford, regius professor of history in Oxf. university, 77

Stukeley, Wm., 17

Stumpe:
-, Sir Jas., 99, 140
-, Wm., 99, 139–40

Sturmy:
-, Agnes, m. John Holcombe, 109, 256, 261
-, Hen. (d. 1305), 109, 256
-, Hen. (d. c. 1338), 109, 256, 261
-, Hen. (d. 1381), 109, 256, 261
-, John, 109, 256
-, Marg., see Hussey
-, Sir Wm., 109, 130, 256, 261
-, fam., 260

Styleman:
-, Alice, see Bonham
-, Ant., 288

Suain (fl. 1084), 256

Sueur, see Le Sueur

Suffolk:
-, duke of, see Brandon, Chas.
-, earl of, see Pole

Suffolk, see Ipswich

suicide, 26, 48, 151

suitors' fines, 5

supernatural occurrences, see poltergeist

Surrey, earl of, see Warenne

Surrey, see Bermondsey priory; Claygate; Hambledon; Sheen priory

Sussex, 142; and see Arundel college; Chiltington; Durford abbey; Harting
-, Chichester, bps., see Moleyns, Adam; Neville, Ralph de

Sutton, Sir Wal., 181

Swainton:
-, Mary, see Crawford
-, Wm., 171

Swallowfield (Berks.), see Farley; Sheepbridge, Great and Little

swans, 291

Swanton, Wm., 149

Swayne:
-, Anne, m. John Davis, 87
-, Anne, w. of John (d. 1676), see Mackerell
-, H. J. F., 85
-, J. M., 85
-, John (d. 1676), 9, 85
-, John, s. of John (d. 1676), 85
-, John (d. 1736), 85
-, John (d. 1783), 85
-, John (d. 1804), 85
-, John (d. 1865), 84–6
-, Mary, see Hayter

swimming baths and pools, 97, 134

swimming pool equipment manufacture, 76

Swindon, 15

Swindon, Marlborough & Andover Railway, see Midland & South Western Junction Railway

Sydney, Vets., see Townshend

Syfrewast, Ric, 248

Sykes, Geof., 174

Syon abbey (Mdx.), 267

Syrencot (in Figheldean), 105, 109, 114–15
-, agric, 106, 114
-, common meadow, 106
-, common pasture, 106
-, cust. tenants, 115
-, dom. archit., 109, 113
-, farm, 115
-, man., 4, 113
-, pk., 113, 115

T.

tailors, 47, 302

tank workshop, 160

tanners, 47, 302

tannery, 47

tanning, 45, 47

Tarrant, J. C. J., 247–8

Tattershall:
-, Geo. (fl. 1624), 257, 263
-, Geo. (fl. 1667), 257, 263

Taverner, Ric, 126

Taylor:
-, Thos., vicar of Burbage, 153
-, —, bellfounder, 52, 69, 132, 234

Teffont Evias, 113

Templars, 85

Templeman, Peter, 141

Templer, Steph., rector of Allington, vicar of Idmiston, canon of Salisbury, 11

Tennant:
-, Edw., Ld. Glenconner, 87
-, Pamela, w. of Edw., m. 2 Edw. Grey, Vet. Grey, 87

tennis, 27

tenures (less common), see ancient demesne; fee farm; 'gafol land'; serjeanty

Test, riv., 119

Tetbald (fl. 1086), 245

Thatcham, Rob., rector of Allington, canon of Salisbury, 11

theatres, 65

theft, 91, 182

Thistleden:
-, Hen. (fl. 1298), and his w. Thomasine, 57
-, Sir Hen. (fl. late 13th cent.), 74
-, Hen. (fl. 1330), 74
-, Hen. (fl. 1361), 74
-, Ric, 58

Thistlewaite:
-, Bridget, 58
-, Francis, 58

Thomas, W. C, 57

Thornborough:
-, Alice, see Littlecott
-, Anne, w. of Rob., m. 2 Sir Ant. Windsor, 73
-, Giles (d. 1637), rector of Orcheston St. Mary, subdean of Salisbury, 232–3
-, Giles (fl. 1661), rector of Orcheston St. Mary, 232–3
-, Giles (fl. 1691), rector of Orcheston St. Mary, 232–3
-, Giles (fl. 1718), rector of Orcheston St. Mary, 232–3
-, Jas., rector of Orcheston St. Mary, 233
-, John (d. 1511), 73
-, John (d. c. 1594), 73, 158, 231, 233
-, John (d. 1641), rector of Orcheston St. Mary, bp. of Limerick, Bristol, and Worcester, 233
-, Marg., w. of John (d. c. 1594), 73
-, Rob., 73, 230
-, Wm., 230–2
-, fam., 233

Thorney:
-, Isabel, see Hussey
-, John of, 109, 256

Thornton:
-, (later Thornton-Wyndham), Edw., 8
-, Julia, see Campbell-Wyndham

Thorp:
-, Cath., see Veel
-, Cecily, see Burden
-, Edw., 9, 57
-, Hen., 9, 57, 220
-, Sir John (d. 1386), 9, 57, 139
-, John (d. 1464), 57, 220
-, Ralph, 9, 57, 99, 220
-, Thos., and his w. Agnes, 220
-, Wm., 57, 220
-, fam., 9

threshing machines, 42

Thring, fam., 199

Throckmorton, Sir Baynham, 270

Thruxton (Hants), 15

Tichborne, Hen., and his w. Anne, 98

Tidworth, North, 3–5, 153–63, 154
-, adv., 161
-, agric, 155, 159–60
-, almshos., 155–6, 161–3
-, boundaries, 119, 153
-, bridge, 155
-, chap., 161
-, char., 162–3
-, ch., 155, 161–2
-, ch. ho., 155
-, common meadow, 155
-, common pasture, 155, 159–60
-, cts., 160
-, curates, 161
-, cust. tenants, 159–60
-, deacon, 162
-, dom. archit., 155–9, 161, 163
-, farms, 155, 159–60
-, field systems, 155
-, glebe, 161
-, health centre, 156
-, inn, 156
-, man., 157–9
-,-, Hussey, 157–62, 194
-,-, Maton's, 159–60
-,-, Moels, 5, 34, 157–9, 161
-,-, Tidworth, 159–60
-,-, Zouche, 5, 158–61, 163
-, military activity, 155, 160
-, mills, 160
-, Perham down, 156–7
-,-, camp, 170
-, police sta., 156
-, poor relief, 160–1
-, pop., 155
-, prehist. rem., 71, 106, 153, 155
-, prot. nonconf., 162
-, rectors, 161–2; and see Dyson; Fountaine; Graile; Mompesson, John; Panke; Pierce, Rob.; Shifford; Tracy, And.; Walcot, Sim.
-, rectory, 130, 161
-, rectory ho., 155, 161–2
-, roads, 155
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 155
-, schs., 133, 156, 162
-, Sidbury Hill, 71, 106, 137, 153, 155, 160
-, Tidworth camp, q.v.
-, tithes, 159, 161
-, Windmill Hill, q.v.
-, woodland, 155, 160

Tidworth, South (Hants, later Wilts.), 105, 153, 156, 161–2
-, man., 157
-, rly. sta., 121, 155
-, rector, see Dyson
-, rectory, 161
-, sch., 162
-, Tidworth camp, q.v.
-, Tidworth Ho., 156

Tidworth camp, 1, 18, 121, 129, 153
-, barracks, 155–6
-, cemetery, 156
-, hosp. (isolation), 156
-, sch., 164
-, Tin Town, 156, 162

Tidworth estate, 157–9

Tidworth rectory, 161

tile making, 46

Till, riv., 1, 93, 166, 169, 174, 201, 203–4, 227, 229, 231–2, 234, 242, 244, 252–3, 255, 258, 263, 265, 271, 275–6
-, name, 201, 263, 265, 275

Tilshead, 166, 252, 263–75, 264, 266
-, adv., 272
-, agric, 263, 265, 270, 272
-, almshos., 275
-, army camps, 266–7
-,-, chap., 273
-, borough, 263, 265–6
-,-, burgesses, 265
-, boundaries, 265, 272
-,-, crosses, 265
-, char., 275
-, ch., 234, 266, 270–3
-, common meadow, 265, 270
-, common pasture, 265, 270
-, cts., 272
-, curates, 273
-, cust. tenants, 270–1
-, dom. archit., 266–7, 271–3, 275
-, fair, 273
-, farms, 266–71
-, field systems, 265
-, glebe, 270–3
-, inc., 268–72
-, inns, 267
-, man., 267–70
-,-, Copehill, 269–70
-,-, Rectory, 268, 270, 272
-,-, Tilshead Lodge, 266, 268–9; and see Tilshead Lodge estate
-,-, Tilshead North, 166, 267–8, 270
-,-, Tilshead South, 166–7, 269
-, military activity, 265, 267, 271
-, mills, 265, 271
-, place name, 263
-, poor relief, 272
-, pop., 266, 271
-, prehist. rem., 265
-, prot. nonconf., 266, 273
-, rectors, 272
-, rectory, 271–2
-, roads, 265
-, sch., 266, 273, 275
-, tithes, 270–2
-, tithings, 265, 271
-, vicarage, 271–2
-, vicarage ho., 272–3
-, vicars, 271–3; and see Foote; Hobbes, John; Johnson, J. H.; Sharpe
-, woodland, 265

Tilshead Lodge estate, 268–71

Tilshead, Orcheston and Chitterne benefice, 232, 272

Tilshead pipe company, 271

timber merchants, 224

Tin Town, see Tidworth camp

Tinhead (in Edington), 184

Tisbury, 139

Tisbury stone, 77

tithing fine, 5

Titley, Peter, rector of Allington, 11

tobacco processing, 90

tobacco seller, 302

tobacco selling, 128

Tocotes:
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1492), 99, 139
-, Rog. (fl. 1494), 99
-, Rog. (fl. 1535), 139

toll (turnpike) houses, 23, 29, 119, 297–8

toll and team, 116, 272, 291

Tomkinson, John, vicar of Winterbourne Stoke, 283

Tomson, Wm., 190

Tonge, Rog., rector of Biddesden, of Broughton Gifford, and of Steeple Ashton, 135

Tony:
-, Alice de (fl. 1103), 85
-, Alice de (d. c. 1325), m. 1 Thos. Leyburn, 2 Guy de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, 3 Wm. la Zouche, Ld. Zouche (d. 1337), 146
-, Isabel de, m. Wal. son of Ric, 87
-, Ralph de, 146
-, Rob. de, Ld. Tony, 146
-, Rog. de, 146

Toogood, J. J., rector of Milston, vicar of Broad Hinton, 142

Tooker:
-, Agnes, 206
-, Chas. (d. 1571), 206
-, Chas. (fl. 1607), 247
-, Edw., 206, 213, 231, 267
-, Eliz., w. of Giles (d. 1623), 206
-, Geo., 206
-, Giles (d. 1623), 206–7, 231, 267
-, Sir Giles, Bt. (d. 1675), 206, 213, 231, 267
-, Hen., 206
-, John, 206
-, Martha, m. Sir Wal. Ernie, Bt. (d. 1682), 206, 231, 267–8
-, Philippa, m. Sir Thos. Gore, 206, 231, 267
-, Thos. (d. 1607), 247
-, Thos. (d. by 1650), 247

Tookey, Bart., 112

Tosier:
-, Clement, 52, 132, 162, 177, 234, 251 Wm., 61, 118, 177

Tours, Lady Isabel de, 37

Townsend:
-, Jas., 86
-, Jas., s. of Jas., 86

Townshend:
-, John, Vet. Sydney, 126, 130
-, Thos., Vct. Sydney, 126

Tractarianism, 77

Tracy:
-, And., rector of North Tidworth, 161 John, 179
-, Wm., and his w. Margery, 179

trades and industries, see agricultural implement and machinery manufacture; air conditioning components manufacture; brewing; brick making; car alarm manufacture; cattle ranching and rearing; cigarette manufacture; clay pipe making; clock and watch making; cloth industry; cloth making; cloth working; coach hire; dairying; engineering; fireworks manufacture; flint mining; flints (for guns), preparation of; forestry; fulling; furniture selling; gravel extraction; hearthstone manufacture; hoe manufacture; infra-red heating equipment manufacture; innkeeping; iron smelting; laundering; lime making; malting; meat processing; medleys, manufacture of; mineral water making; packaging materials manufacture; paper making; pig farming and rearing; poultry farming; printing; putty manufacture; pyrotechnic devices manufacture; ready mixed concrete preparation; road haulage; signalling equipment manufacture; spinning; swimming pool equipment manufacture; tanning; tile making; tobacco processing; tobacco selling; travel company; vehicle manufacture and repair; warehousing; watercress growing; weaving; whiting production; wool carding; woollen cloth manufacture; and see (for cross references) occupations and professions

travel company, 116

trees (less common), see beech; crab trees

Tremayle:
-, Eliz., see Speke
-, John, 269

Trenchard:
-, Anne, m. Ric. Baxter, 87
-, Christine, see Mohun
-, Edw., 87
-, Eliz., 87
-, Eliz., w. of Francis (d. by 1636), see Sotwell
-, Ellen, m. Hen. Long, 87
-, Frances, m. John Hippesley, 87
-, Francis (d. by 1622), 87
-, Francis (d. by 1636), 87, 159
-, Hen., 87
-, Sir John, 87
-, Ric, 87
-, Sir Thos., 87
-, Wm. (d. by 1592), 36, 87
-, Wm. (d. 1710), 87

trespass, 49, 101–2

Trethek:
-, Joan, see Brent
-, John, 289

Trewin:
-, Eliz., see Wake
-, Thos., 278

Tripp, Edw., 270

Tropenell:
-, Chris., and his w. Anne, 84
-, Giles, 84
-, Mary, m. John Young (d. 1588), 84
-, Thos. (d. 1488), 84
-, Thos. (d. 1548), 84

Trotman, Ant., 95, 98

trout, 18, 102, 201

Trowbridge, John, 47

Trowbridge, 143
-, honor, 219, 269
-, rector, see Ekins, John

Truckle, fam., 45

Tryon:
-, Ant., Ld. Tryon, 83, 88
-, Chas., Ld. Tryon, 83
-, Etheldreda, w. of Chas., Ld. Tryon, 93
-, Geo., Ld. Tryon, 83

Tudor:
-, Edm., earl of Richmond, 125
-, Jasper, earl of Bedford, 139

Tunstall, Cuthbert, rector of Steeple Langford, bp. of Lond. and of Durham, 191

Turner:
-, J. L., 278
-, L. E., 278

Turold (fl. 1086), 138

Turstin (fl. 1086), 111

Twyford (in Hurst, Berks.), 3

Tyes:
-, Everard, 36
-,-, his w., see Rametta
-, Everard (?another), 36

Tyler, Anne, see Wormstall

Tyrell:
-, Sir Hugh, 219
-, Isabel, see Barrow
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1364), 58
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1526), 58
-, fam., 58

Tytherley, West (Hants), 3–4

U.

Ugford, North (in South Newton), 165, 213, 215–16, 218, 224–5
-, agric., 223
-, cemetery, 218
-, ch., 218, 225
-, common meadow, 223–4
-, common pasture, 223–4
-, cts., 224
-, cust. tenants, 223–4
-, dom. archit., 218
-, farms, 218, 223
-, inc., 223
-, man., 220
-, mill, 223
-, place name, 218
-, pop., 216
-, prot. nonconf., 226
-, roads, 216
-, tithes, 215, 220

Ugford, South (in Burcombe), 165, 218, 220

Ulmer (fl. 1066), 29

Ulueva (fl. 1066), 245

Ulvric (fl. 1066), 73

Ulward (fl. 1066), 73, 205

Underditch hundred, 3, 5, 165

United States of America, 124

Uppington (in Stapleford), 252, 257–8
-, common meadow, 259
-, common pasture, 259.
-, dom. archit., 255
-, farms, 255, 258–9
-, place name, 253

Upton:
-, Maud, see Paynel
-, Nic. of, 112
-, Nic, author, rector of Stapleford, precentor of Salisbury, 262

Upton Lovell:
-, rector, see Sly
-, rectory, 240

utilities (public and private), see Cholderton & District Water Co.
-, Ltd.; electricity generating and supply; gas works; sewage disposal works; water tower; waterworks

V.

Valence, Wm. de, 126

Vaux, Sir Nic., 158–9

vee de naam, pleas of, 250

Veel:
-, Bevis de, 110
-, Cath., w. of Sir Peter, m. 2 Thos.,
-, Ld. Berkeley (d. 1361), 3 Sir
-, John Thorp, 9, 110–11, 139
-, Geof. le, 45
-, John, 35
-, Margery, see Renger
-, Sir Peter de, 110–11
-, Rob. le, 247

vehicle manufacture and repair, 124

Vere:
-, John de, earl of Oxford, 194
-, Maud, see Badlesmere
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford, 194
-, Thos. de, earl of Oxford, 194

vestry, select, 102

veterinary clinic, 101

vicarages, ordination of, 225, 250, 261, 272, 282

view of frankpledge, 4, 48, 50, 68, 101–2, 116, 129, 150, 166, 175, 197, 201, 211, 232, 250, 260, 272, 281–2, 291

village (parish) halls, 64, 72, 96, 144, 198, 217, 263, 276, 298; and see community centre

Villiers:
-, Geo., marquess of Buckingham, 17
-, Gilb. de, 138

Vincent, David, 37

Viner:
-, Wm., and his w. Eliz., 34
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 34

Vipont, Rob. de, 97

Viscount, John, 28

Viscountess, Rametta the, see Rametta

W.

Wadman:
-, John (d. 1688), 37
-, John (d. 1745), 37
-, John (fl. 1760), 37
-, Rob., 37

WAECO Ltd. (formerly Wessex Aircraft Engineering Company Ltd.), 90

Wahull, John, see Woodhill

waifs and strays, 175, 291

Wake:
-, Sir Baldwin, 278
-, Cath., see Crawford
-, Edw., 171
-, Eliz., w. of Thos. (d. by 1413), m. 2 Thos. Trewin, 3 Sir John Hamlin, 278
-, Hawise, see Quency
-, Hugh, 278
-, Joan, w. of Hugh, m. 2 Nic. of Braybrooke, 278
-, John, 278
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1390), 278
-, Thos. (d. by 1413), 278
-, Wm. (fl. 1409), and his w. Amice, 99
-, Wm. (fl. 1742), 171

Walcot:
-, John, 132
-, Sim. of, rector of North Tidworth, 161

Waleran the huntsman, 186, 198, 289

Waleran son of William, 186

Waleran, Wm. s. of, see William

Waleran:
-, Aubrey, m. 1 Sir John de Ingham, 2 Wm. de Botreaux, 186–7
-, Cecily, m. John of Monmouth, 186
-, Isabel, m. Wm. de Neville, 186
-, Isabel, w. of Wm. (d. by 1273), 86, 172
-, John, 86, 172, 177
-, Maud, w. of Rob. (d. 1273), 172
-, Rob. (d. 1273), 86, 124, 172
-, Rob. (d. by 1299), 86, 172
-, Wal. (fl. 1166), 186
-, Wal. (d. 1200–1), 186
-, Wm. (fl. earlier 13th cent.), 172
-, Wm. (d. by 1273), 86

Wales, Rob., 207, 279

Wales, princes of, see Edward; Henry

Walker:
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., 196
-, Geo., 83
-, Henrietta Maria, see Keate
-, Thos., 196, 300

Wall, Humph., vicar of Stapleford, 262

wall paintings, 12, 69, 92, 103

Wallingford (Berks., later Oxon.), honor of, 116, 206
-, cts., 211

Wallis:
-, A., 205
-, Archibald, 231
-, John, 12, 52, 69, 93, 103, 118, 162, 213, 226, 251, 262, 304
-, Wm., 269

Wallop:
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1599), 8
-, Hen. (d. 1642), 8
-, John (fl. 1428), 8
-, John (d. 1486), 8
-, Sir John (d. 1551), 8
-, Sir Oliver, 8
-, Ric, and his w. Eliz., 8
-, Rob. (d. 1535), and his w. Rose, 8
-, Rob. (d. 1667), 8
-, Thos., 8

Walter (fl. 1086), 171, 279

Walter son of Bernard, 83

Walter son of Richard, 87
-, his w., see Tony, Isabel

Walter, vicar of Durnford, 91

Walter, Wm. s. of, see William

Waltham, Bishop's (Hants), rector of, see Fuller

Walwyn:
-, Edm., 34, 157
-, Joan, see Bannister
-, Wm., 34, 157

Wansborough:
-, Chas. (d. 1834), 246
-, Chas. (d. c. 1848), 246
-, Chas. (fl. 1848), 246
-, Chas. (d. 1890), 206, 246
-, Jane, 246
-, John (fl. c. 1705), 268
-, John (d. 1833), 246
-, Martha, 246
-, Rob. (d. 1630), 246–7, 250
-, Rob. (d. 1639), 246
-, Rob. (d. 1675), 246
-, Rob. (d. 1697), 232, 246
-, Rob. (d. 1700), 246
-, Rob. (d. 1704), 246
-, Rob. (d. 1706), 246
-, Rob. (d. by 1715), 246
-, Rob. (fl. 1725), 246
-, Rob. (d. 1783), 246
-, Rob. (fl. 1840), 246
-, fam., 247

War Department, 1, 9, 27, 57, 66–7, 96, 98–9, 109–13, 116, 126, 139, 142, 156–7, 160, 205–6, 227, 230–1, 233, 246–8, 267–72; and see Ministry of Defence
-, estate office, 101, 147

War Office, 98, 124, 141; and see Ministry of Defence

Ward:
-, John, 98
-, Thos., and his w. Lettice, 98

warehousing, 47

Warenne:
-, Gundreda, see Hussey
-, John de, earl of Surrey, and his w.
-, Joan, 30, 246

Warin, John s. of, see John

Warin son of Gerald, 86

Warminster, 15
-, roads, 15, 63, 242, 265

Warminster poor-law union, 240

Warner, John, & Sons, 52, 132, 226

Warre:
-, Eliz., see Neville
-, John la, Ld. la Warre, 97

Warre, Lds. la, see Warre; West, Reynold, Ric., and Thos.

warrens, 38, 59, 115, 239, 267, 280, 290 free warren, 30, 32, 58, 65, 73, 87, 99, 109–12, 127, 133, 158, 170, 205, 237, 256

Warriner:
-, Ernie, 230
-, Gifford (d. 1787), 230–1
-, Gifford (d. 1820), 230

Warwick, earls of, see Beauchamp, Guy and Thos.; Neville, Ric; Plantagenet, Edw.

Warwickshire, see Birmingham

Washington:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Rob. Shirley, Bt., Baron and Earl Ferrers, 35, 66
-, Sir Laur. (d. 1643), 35, 66
-, Sir Laur. (d. 1661), 35, 66
-, fam., 67

water bailiff, 141

water meadows, 1, 40–5, 68, 90, 100, 115, 140, 160, 173–5, 180–1, 184, 188–9, 196, 199–200, 203, 209, 221–3, 232, 234, 239, 253, 259, 275, 281, 290–1, 295, 301–2

water-raising device, 51

water tower, 267

watercress growing, 237, 239

Waterhouse:
-, David, 146
-, Eliz., see Crane

Waters:
-, Rob., 9, 58–9
-, Thos., 58–9

waterworks, 72

waterworks (agric), surveyors of, 189

Watson-Taylor:
-, G. S. A., 268
-, Geo., and his w. Anne, 268
-, Simon, 268

Watts, John, rector of Newton Tony, 151

Waugh Bros., 129

Way:
-, Geo., 31, 247
-, H. G., 32

Wayford (Som.), 35

Wayte:
-, Anne, see Mompesson
-, Eliz., see Skilling
-, Thos., 73
-, Wm., 148

weavers, 101, 128, 189, 291, 302; and see cloth making; linen weavers; serge weaver

Weavers' company, see London

weaving, 101; and see cloth making

Webb:
-, Frances, m. Thos. Humphreys, 126, 134
-, John, 33
-, John, see Richmond Webb
-, Ric., 84
-, Ric, curate of Durrington, rector of Milston, 103, 142

Weller, Sam., rector of Steeple Langford, 191

Wellow, East (Hants), 4

Wellow, West (in East Wellow, Hants), 3–5

Wells:
-, Gilb., 148
-, Jas., 132, 162, 284
-, John, 52
-, Neville, vicar of Winterbourne Stoke, 283
-, Rob., 152, 284

Wells (Som.), cath. ch. of, 300, 302

Welsted, Leonard, 65

Wesley, John, 52

Wessex Aircraft Engineering Company Ltd., see WAECO Ltd.

Wessex Peat Company Ltd., 224

West:
-, John, 103
-, Reynold, Ld. West and la Warre, 146
-, Ric, Ld. West and la Warre, 146
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1386), 146
-, Sir Thos., Ld. West (d. 1405), 146
-, Thos., Ld. West (d. 1416), 146
-, Thos., Ld. West and la Warre (d. 1525), 146

West Wiltshire district, 240

Westcombe, Nic, curate of Durrington, 103

Westley:
-, John, 98
-, Leonard, 98
-, Thos. (d. 1561), 98
-, Thos. (fl. 1579), 98

Westphalia (Germany), 128

Weyhill (Hants), 46

Whatley, Albert, 198

Wheatley, C. J. H., 238

Wheatley- Hubbard:
-, E. R., 238
-, T. H., 238

Wherwell abbey (Hants), 140

Whitaker, Bridget, m. Tristram Mussell, 187

Whitchurch, Reynold of, 110

White:
-, Jas., rector of Boscombe, of Newton Tony, and of Rollestone, 60, 151
-, Sir Thos., 74

White & Co. Ltd., 129

Whiteley:
-, Eliz., see Seymour
-, Ric, 256
-, and see Whitley

whiting production, 116

whiting works, 224

Whitley, fam., 272; and see Whiteley

Whitmarsh, Geo., rector of Rowner, 153

Whorwellsdown hundred, 166–7, 265, 271
-, ct., 272

Wickes, see Goodson-Wickes

Widworthy:
-, Hugh of, 157
-, Wm. of, 157

Wight, Isle of, 29 n

Wilkins, Hen., 122

Wilkinson:
-, Chris., 99
-, fam., 99

William I, 29–30, 277

William III, 21

William, count of Mortain (fl. 1106), 198

William, count of Mortain (d. 1159), 198

William, duke of Bavaria, 111, 171 his w., see Maud

William, duke of Cumberland, 266

William (fl. 1086), 229

William son of Waleran, 186

William son of Walter, 172

William, Waleran s. of, see Waleran

Williams:
-, Alice, m. E. W. Grant, 230–1
-, Eliz., see Morgan
-, F. de V., 294
-, Geo., 230, 248
-, Sir Trevor, Bt., 270
-, fam., 260

Willington:
-, Hen., and his w. Isabel, 172
-, Isabel, m. Wm. Beaumont, 172, 177
-, Sir John (d. 1384), 172
-, John (d. 1397), 172, 177
-, Ralph, 172

Willis, Eliz., 162

Willoughby:
-, Chris., 304–5
-, Hen., rector of Wylye, 303
-, Rob., Ld. Willoughby de Broke, 177

Wilsford (in Underditch hundred), 5, 49, 79, 82, 91, 213, 275, 277
-, ch., 91
-, Druid's Head, 16
-, Lake Ho., 47
-, Springbottom Farm, 90

Wilson, John, rector of Little Langford, 182

Wilton:
-, Harvey of, 37
-, Joan, see Stabber
-, (alias at the end), John, 289

Wilton, 1, 16, 82, 95, 165, 167, 174, 213, 215, 218, 299
-, abbey, 1, 29, 84, 109, 173, 179–80, 191, 198–9, 216, 218–20, 224–5, 237, 270, 289, 292, 299, 302
-,-, estates, 1, 165
-,-, prebend and prebendaries of South Newton, 173, 199, 215, 220–1, 225, 270, 289,
-, adv., 304
-, borough, 165, 215
-,-, burgage and burgess, 237
-, cemetery, 218
-, char., 227
-, ch., 225, 304
-, Ditchampton, q.v.
-, hosp. of St. Giles and St. Ant., 220
-, hosp. of St. Jas., later of St. John the Baptist, 182, 219–20, 299
-, ind., 291
-, mills, 223
-, prot. nonconf., 226
-, rly. sta., see Burden's Ball
-, rector, 304
-, sch., 193
-, Wilton Ho., 85

Wilton deanery, 225

Wilton estate, 180–1

Wilton Fly Fishing club, 291

Wilton poor-law union, 175, 181, 190, 225, 261, 292, 303
-, workho., 216, 218, 224
-,-, chap. and chaplain, 218, 225–6

Wilts. & Dorset Banking Co., 129

Wilts. & Dorset Motor Services, 27

Wiltshire, 3, 233
-, co. council, 25, 205
-, co. cts., 188, 201
-,-, quittance from suit at, 116, 260, 272, 291
-, petty sessions, 123
-, police force, 26
-, quarter sessions, 63, 129
-, sheriff, 29; and see Hales

Wiltshire Army Cadet Force, 229

Wiltshire School of Flying Ltd., 81, 90

Wiltway, 16, 95

Wimpole (Cambs.), 73

Winchcomb:
-, Anne, see Eyton
-, Ben., 158

Winchester:
-, John of, rector of Steeple Langford, Sir John, and his w. Joan, 139
-, (alias Fulflood), Nic. of, rector of Steeple Langford, 191

Winchester, earls of, see Despenser; Quency, Rog. and Saier

Winchester (Hants), 103, 124, 201
-, bp., see Beaufort, Hen.
-, cath. ch., 159
-, dean and chapter, 99, 102, 111
-, Coll., 97–9, 201
-, hosp. of Holy Cross, 31
-, hosp. of St. John, 37
-, Hyde abbey (New Minster), 203, 207–8, 258, 269
-, priory of St. Swithun, 165–6

Windmill Hill (in Ludgershall and North Tidworth), 119, 121, 153, 155–7, 160

windmills, 59, 128, 160, 174, 210, 232, 249, 271–3

Windsor:
-, Anne, see Thornborough
-, Sir Ant., 73

Windsor (Berks.):
-, almshos., 38
-, chap. of St. Geo., 38, 50, 176, 258, 261
-, vicar (of Old Windsor), see Fountaine

wine sellers, 48

wine and spirit merchants, 129, 224

winnowing machine, 47

Winstan (fl. 963), 84

Winterbourne Dauntsey, 61

Winterbourne Stoke, 44, 165–6, 169, 171, 201, 204, 210, 212, 227, 242, 251, 274, 275–84
-, adv., 282
-, agric., 275, 280–1
-, boundaries, 13, 275
-,-, crosses, 277
-, bridge, 276
-, char., 284
-, ch., 275, 279, 282–4, 283
-, common meadow, 227, 249, 275, 280–1
-, common pasture, 210, 275, 280–2
-, cts., 211, 281–2
-, curates, 262, 283–4
-, cust. tenants, 280–2
-, dom. archit., 276–9, 283
-, farms, 44, 174, 257, 259, 276–82
-, field systems, 276
-, glebe, 279–80, 283
-, inc., 281, 283
-, inns, 276–7
-, man., 207, 277–82
-,-, Rectory, 279–80, 282–4
-,-, Winterbourne Mautravers, 279– 81, 283
-, mills, 174, 281
-, place name, 275
-, poor relief, 282
-, pop., 276
-, prehist. rem., 275–6
-, prot. nonconf., 283–4
-, rectors, 279–80, 282
-, rectory, 282
-, roads, 275–6
-, Romano-Brit. rem., 276
-, sch., 284
-, tithes, 279–80, 282–3
-, vicarage, 279, 282–3
-, vicarage ho., 276, 283
-, vicars, 176, 208, 282–4; and see Harward; King, Mark; Maton, Rog.; Tomkinson; Wells, Neville
-, woodland, 275

Winterslow, 6
-, Ramshill wood, 13
-, Winterslow, East, 3–5

Wiseman, Jas., see Parham

Wishford, Warin of, 289

Wishford, Great, 165–6, 174, 177, 217, 284–94, 286
-, adv., 292
-, agric, 285, 289–90
-, almsho., 219, 267, 285, 294
-, boundaries, 284–5
-, bridge, 291
-, char., 294
-, ch., 235, 258, 285, 287, 292–4
-, common meadow, 221, 285, 289–90
-, common pasture, 259, 285, 290
-, cts., 291
-, curate, 292
-, cust. tenants, 289, 291
-, dom. archit., 285, 287–8, 292, 294 fair, 291
-, farms, 181, 222, 285, 287, 290
-, field systems, 285
-, fire engine, 219, 287
-, glebe, 292
-, inc., 290, 292
-, inn, 287
-, man., 171, 173, 177, 187, 219, 257, 278, 287–9, 291–3
-,-, Quintin's, 289–90
-, mkt., 291
-, mill, 285, 291
-, Oak Apple club, 287
-, poor relief, 292
-, pop., 285
-, prehist. rem., 285
-, prot. nonconf., 294
-, rly. sta., 178, 285, 287, 291
-, rectors, 285, 289, 292–3; and see Birch, Jas.; Bower, John and Rob.; Buchanan; Burleigh; Hardy; Hody; Hulse; Langtoft; Parker
-, rectory, 182, 292
-, rectory ho., 285, 292
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 285
-, sch., 173, 263, 267, 285, 289, 294
-, tithes, 285, 289, 292
-, woodland, 285, 290–1

Wishford, Little (in South Newton), 165–6, 213, 215, 224
-, agric, 221–2
-, ch., 217, 225
-, common meadow, 221
-, common pasture, 221–2
-, cust. tenants, 221–2
-, dom. archit., 217
-, farms, 217, 222
-, man., 219–20
-, mills, 223
-, pop., 216

Wistan (fl. 956), 220

witan, 19

Wokingham (Berks.), see Ashridge; Beaches; Buckhurst

Wolverton:
-, Alice of, m. Rog. Champion, 148
-, Joan of, 148
-, Rob. of, 148

Woodfalls:
-, Joan of, 194
-, Joan of, m. 1 Sir Hugh Cheyne, ?2 John Dauntsey, 3 Sir Thos. Blount, 4 Thos. Linford, 194
-, Sir Steph. of, see Milford
-, Sir Wm. of, see Milford

Woodfalls, Upper (in Downton), 194

Woodford:
-, Jeremiah, 86
-, Ric, 111
-, Thos., 99

Woodford, 79, 89, 91, 213, 215
-, bridge, 79, 82
-, Druid's Head, 256
-, Heale Ho., 82
-, Heale man., 139
-, sch., 93
-, Woodford, Little, 82

Woodford Valley benefice, 91

Woodhenge, see Durrington

Woodhill:
-, Agnes, m. 1 Ric. Chetwood, 2 Sir Geo. Calvely, 83
-, Ant., 83
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Thos., m. 2 Thos. Ludsop, 83
-, Fulk, 83
-, Isabel, w. of John (d. 1367), m. 2 Sir Gerard Braybrooke, 84
-, (or Wahull), John (d. 1336), 84
-, John (d. 1348), and his w. Eleanor, 84
-, John (d. 1367), 84
-, John (d. 1490), 84
-, Nic. (d. 1410), 83–4
-, Nic. (d. 1531), 83
-, Ric, 84, 91
-, Sir Thos., 83

woodland, see under places

Woodroffe:
-, Geo., 74
-, Rob., 74
-, Thos., 74
-, Wm., 213

Woodshaw, Jas., 206

wool carding, 189

wool sorter, 90

wool trade, 128

Woolfe, John, 257

woollen cloth manufacture, 116

woollen mills, 116

woolstaplers, 47, 90

Worcester, bp. of, see Thornborough, John

Worcestershire, see Queenhill

workhouses:
-, parish, see Newton Tony
-, union, see Amesbury; Wilton

working men's clubs, 57, 64, 107, 124

World Heritage Site, 1, 17

Wormstall (alias Tyler), Anne, 35

Wort:
-, J. H., 31, 247
-, John, 31,247
-, fam., 37, 247

Wort & Way, 31–2, 37, 247

Worthen, Thos., vicar of Shrewton, 251

Worting (Hants), rector of, see Bradley

Wotton, John, chaplain of Asserton, rector of Iwerne Courtney, 177

Wrey, Bouchier, 87

Wriothesley, Thos., earl of Southampton, 8

Wroe, John, 232

Wroth, John, 177

Wulfgar (fl. 943), 218

Wulfheah (fl. c. 950), 179

Wulfthryth (fl. 10th cent.), 219, 237

Wyatt, T. H., 72, 77, 152, 182, 212, 225, 251, 273, 293, 304

Wylye:
-, Agace, w. of John (fl. mid 12th cent.), m. 2 Nic. of Merriott, 195
-, Joan of, 198
-, John of (fl. mid 12th cent.), 195
-, John of (fl. 1270), 195
-, Maud, ?w. of John (fl. 1270), 195
-, Nic. of (fl. earlier 13th cent.), 195, 198
-, Nic. of (fl. 1300), 198
-, Nic. of (fl. 1339), and his w. Isabel, 139
-, Sim. of, 299
-, Thos. of, 194
-, fam., 198

Wylye, 165–6, 178, 193–4, 295–305, 296
-, adv., 303–4
-, agric, 295, 300–1
-, boundaries, 183, 295
-, bridge, 295
-, char., 193, 304–5
-, ch., 235, 297, 299, 303–5
-,-, chalice, 187
-, ch. ho., 298
-, common meadow, 178, 180, 300–1
-, common pasture, 300–1
-, cts., 301–2
-, cross, 297
-, curates, 303–4
-, cust. tenants, 297, 300
-, Deptford, q.v.
-, dom. archit., 297, 301–3
-, fair, 190
-, farms, 297–301
-, field systems, 297
-, glebe, 300, 303
-, inc., 297, 301
-, inns, 297–8
-, man., 299–301, 303
-, mill, 297, 301–2
-, place name, 297
-, poor relief, 303
-, pop., 297
-, prehist. rem., 295, 297
-, prot. nonconf., 298, 305
-, rly. sta., 184, 297
-, rectors, 303–4; and see Aspull; Batecombe; Bower, Thos.; Crauford; Dampier; Hill, Thos.; Hyde, Alex.; Lee; Martin; Mompesson, Hen.; Pitts; Stockwell; Willoughby, Hen.
-, rectory, 303
-, rectory ho., 303
-, roads, 295, 297
-, Rom. Catholicism, 305
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 297
-, sch., 298, 305
-, tithes, 303
-, trades, 302
-, woodland, 295

Wylye deanery, 175, 232, 250, 261, 272, 283, 292

Wylye and Fisherton de la Mere benefice, 181, 190

Wylye, riv., i, 165, 178, 183–4, 189, 197, 200, 213, 215–17, 222, 234–5, 237, 239, 253, 259–60, 285, 287, 290–1, 295, 299, 301–2

Wylye Valley hunt, 267

Wyndham:
-, Caroline, m. John Campbell (later Campbell-Wyndham), 8
-, Caroline, w. of H. P., see Hearst
-, Cath., see Hopton
-, John, 270
-, Wadham, 8
-, Wm. (d. 1841), 199–200
-, Wm. (d. 1862), 199
-, Wm. (d. 1914), 199
-, Wm. (d. 1950), 199 and see Campbell-Wyndham; King, Ric; Pleydell-Bouverie, Phil.; Thornton

Wynnard:
-, Eliz., see Skilling
-, John, 73

Wyryat, Rob., 99

Y.

Yaldwin, John, 159

Yarnbury benefice, 181, 190, 303

Yarnbury castle (in Berwick St. James and Steeple Langford), 169, 184, 190
-, fair, 302

Yeatman-Biggs (formerly Yeatman), A. G., 207

Young:
-, A. C, 31, 37, 101
-, Arthur, 115
-, Edw. (d. 1608), 84, 85
-, Edw. (d. 1773), 84–5
-, John (d. 1588), 84
-, John (d. 1622), 84
-, John (d. 1660), 84
-, John (d. 1710), 84
-, Mary, see Tropenell
-, Nat., 126
-, R., 126
-, Rog., 247
-, Thos., 84
-, Wm., 84

Younger, Geo., & Sons Ltd., 129; and see McEwan-Younger Ltd.

Z.

Zillwood, Miss (three of the name), 53

Zouche:
-, Sir Alan la (d. 1270), 158, 277
-, Alan la, Ld. Zouche (d. 1314), 158, 277
-, Alice, see Tony
-, Edw. la, Ld. Zouche, 73
-, Eliz. la, m. Sir Nic. Bowet, 37
-, Ellen la, m. Sir Nic. Seymour, 158
-, Eudes la, 138
-, Eve la, m. Maur. de Berkeley, Ld. Berkeley (d. 1326), 138
-, Francis, 85
-, Helen or Ellen, see Quency Jas., 175
-, Sir John la (fl. 1412), 37
-, Sir John (d. 1585), 85
-, Laura la, m. Gilb. of Sandford, 159
-, Maud la, m. Sir Rob. de Holand, Ld. Holand, 158, 277
-, Millicent, see Cauntelo
-, Ric, 85
-, Rog. la (d. 1238), 158–9
-, Rog. la (d. 1285), 87, 91, 158
-, Sarah, see Kingsmill
-, Wm. la, Ld. Zouche (d. 1337), 146
-, Wm. la, Ld. Zouche (d. 1382), 37
-, Wm. la, Ld. Zouche (d. 1396), 37
-, Wm. la, Ld. Zouche (d. 1415), 37



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