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'Index', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 11: Downton hundred; Elstub and Everleigh hundred (1980), pp. 253-284. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=115500 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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The following are among the abbreviations used: adv., advowson; agric, agriculture; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; abp., archbishop; archit., architecture; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; Brit., British; bro., brother; cast., castle; cath., cathedral; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church; coll., college; cttee., committee; ctss., countess; ct., court; cust., customary; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; d., died; dom., domestic; dchss., duchess; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; f., father; fl., flourished; Fred., Frederick; Geof., Geoffrey; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; grds., grandson; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital; ho., house; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katharine, Katherine; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; mkt., market; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Maur., Maurice; Mic, Michael; Min., Ministry; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic, Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; n, note; par., parish; parl., parliamentary; Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; prot., protestant; rly., railway; Reg., Reginald; rem., remains; rep., representation; Ric, Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman, Romano; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sim., Simon; sis., sister; s., son; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; vct., viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William.

A.

Abarrow, Ric., 54

Abergavenny, marquess of, see Larnach-Nevill

Abingdon, Ric. of, 148

Abingdon, earls of, 204–5; and see Bertie

Ablington (in Figheldean), 106, 140

Achonry (Sligo), bp. of, see Blakedon

Adams:
-, Gabriel (d. c. 1661), 174
-, Gabriel (fl. 1690), 174
-, (alias Coleman), John, 134
-, Ric, 174

Adlam:
-, Eleanor, m. John Merewether, 174
-, Wm., 144

Aeffe, m. Wulfgar, 152

Agar:
-, Sidney, earl of Normanton, 173, 177
-, Welbore Ellis, earl of Normanton, 122–3, 173

agricultural implement making, 43, 112, 247

agricultural machinery contracting, 197

Ailesbury:
-, earldom, 109, 113
-, earls of, see Bruce; Brudenell-Bruce marquesses of, 109; and see Brudenell-Bruce

Aileva (fl. 1066), 85

Air Ministry, 210

Aitchison, G., 97

Akerman:
-, Steph., 206
-, Wm., 123, 128, 131

Aldbourne, 96, 115, 139, 141, 164–5, 251
-, forest and chase, 139

Alderbury, 58, 76–7, 89
-, poor-law union, 27, 45, 68
-, and see Ivychurch; Whaddon

Aldrington, John de, 161

ale-tasters, 16, 44, 248

Alexander, Francis, 137

Alfgar (fl. 986), 6

Alflaed (fl. 972), 189

Alfnoth (fl. 983), 226

Alfred (fl. 1086), 239

Alfric (fl. 957), 6

Alfsige (fl. 947), 6

Allen, Jos., 115

alms-house, see Stockton

Alnod (fl. 1066), 242

Alsi (fl. 1066), 192

Alt, J. H., vicar of Enford, 134

Alton, 183

Alton (Hants), 207

Alton (in Figheldean), 117

Alton, Queen's, see Alton Priors

Alton Barnes, 172, 183, 196, 200–1, 203
-, rector, see Hare, Augustus
-, and see Shaw

Alton Priors (in Overton), 9, 105, 107, 183, 187–8, 191, 193, 198–200, 203–5, 217
-, agric, 196–7
-, boundaries, 183
-, Broad Well spring, 183
-, ch., 188, 199–202
-, cts., 107, 199, 206
-, curate, 201
-, cust. tenants, 197
-, dom. archit., 188
-, farms, 196–8
-, glebe-ho., 200
-, Knap hill, 187–8
-, man., 183, 187 n, 191–4, 197, 199, 205–6
-, man.-ho., 188, 193
-, mill, 198
-, place-name, 183
-, pop., 187
-, prehist. rem., 187
-, Priory, the, 188, 193
-, prot. nonconf., 202
-, 'Queen's Alton', 183
-, Red Shore, 187–8
-, roads, 188
-, Rom.-Brit. rem., 187
-, tithes, 191, 197, 200
-, Walker's hill, 183, 187
-, woodland, 197

Alward (fl. 1086), 69

Alwi son of Turber, 69

Alwin (fl. 1066), 239

Ames, Jas., 103

Amesbury, 117 n, 150
-, hund., 106, 117
-, poor-law union, 211
-, priory, 124

Amice, ctss. of Leicester, m. 1 Sim. de Montfort, 2 Wm. des Barres, 136–7, 168–9, 177

Amor:
-, Rob. (d. 1771–2), 205
-, Rob. (d. 1781–2), 205–6
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Tinker, 205
-, Wm., 205

Amport (Hants), see Sarson

Andely, see Daundely

Anderson, N. J. M., 60

Andover (Hants), 118, 129, 212

Andrew, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Andrew:
-, Ric, 216
-, Thos., 216

Andrews:
-, Edw., 111
-, Eliz., see Franklin
-, Hen., and his w. Mary, 137
-, Sir Mat., 99
-, Ric, 189
-, Wm., 190
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 190

Angens:
-, John de, 171
-, Wm. de, 171
-, fam., 171

Anger:
-, John, 161–2
-, Thos., 161

Angoulême, Isabel of, see Isabel

animals (less common), see dogbreeding; foxes, silver

Anne (of Cleves), queen of Hen. VIII, 190

Anrep, Boris, 154

Anschitil (fl. 1086), 215

Ansdell, L. C., 9

Ansgot (fl. 1086), 31

Ansty, 174

Antell:
-, Josiah, 9
-, Percy, 9
-, Thos., 9

Anthony, Ivor, 247

Antrobus:
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1870), 119, 134
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1899), 119

apples, 155

ApRice, Thos., 11

Archbold (alias Topp), Thos., 214, 216

Archer:
-, Lady Eliz., w. of Hen., 33
-, Hen., 33

Arches (ct. of), dean of, 148

architects and designers, see Aitchison; Aylmer; Birch; Blomfield; Blore; Blow; Bodley & Garner; Brandon, David; Bridgeman, Chas.; Butterfield; Caroe; Carpenter, R. H.; Cipriani; Dawber; Dyer; Ferrey, E. B. and Edm.; Gabriel; Gover; Ingelow; King, Thos. (d. 1804); Lowder; Male & Marchant; Morlidge; Morris; Osmond; Overton, Sam.; Pace; Peniston; Ponting; Pugin; Rennie; Revett; Sarjeant, Ant.; Scott, Sir Gilb.; Soane; Street; Voisey & Wills; Ward & Hughes; Waring & Blake; Weaver; Webb, Phil.; Wood; Wren, Chris., rector of East Knoyle; Wyatt, Jas., Jeffry, and T. H.

Army Flying Corps, see Fittleton: R.A.F. sta.

Arnold-Forster, N. M., 241

Arreton (I.W.), 9

Arthur, Wm. s. of, see William

Arundell:
-, Anne, m. Rog. Vaughan, 18
-, Hen., Baron Arundell, 18

Ashampstead (Berks.), 153

Ashby:
-, Edm., 87
-, Geo., president of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 87

Ashe:
-, Sir Jas., 29
-, Sir Jos., 24, 29, 41, 45, 51, 73, 75, 77
-, Jos. Wyndham, see Wyndham
-, Thermuthis, 198
-, fam., 45

Ashmore (Dors.), rector of, see Ivie, Jas.

Ass, Hugh the, see Hugh

assarting, see Downton

assize of bread and ale, 16, 43–4, 94, 101, 130, 147, 162, 178, 199, 219

Associated Electrical Industries Ltd., 70

Astley:
-, Alicia, m. Chas. Bennet, Lord Ossulston, earl of Tankerville, 136
-, Anne, w. of Francis Dugdale, 141
-, Ant. Aylmer, rector of Everleigh, 141
-, Francis Bickley (d. 1856), rector of Everleigh, 141
-, Francis Dugdale (d. 1818), 135, 137, 140–1
-, Sir Francis Dugdale (d. 1873), 137, 141
-, (later Astley-Corbett), Sir Francis E. G. (d. 1939), 137
-, Sir John (d. 1771), 136–8
-, Sir John (d. 1842), 137
-, Sir John Dugdale (d. 1894), 136–7
-, fam., 137–8, 141

Astley-Corbett, Sir Francis E. G., see Astley

Athelhelm (fl. late 9th cent.), 78

Athelstan, King, 119, 152, 188, 192

Athelthryth, m. Athelwulf, 78

Athelwold (fl. 946–7), 214

Athelwulf, 78
-, his w., see Athelthryth

Athelwulf (another), 214
-, his ? w., see Deorswith

Attwater (Atwater):
-, Gay Thos., 57, 63
-, Geo. Hen., 57
-, Philemon, 63
-, Thos. (fl. 1750), 63
-, Thos. Gay (fl. 1851), 63
-, fam., 12, 65–6

Aubrey, John, antiquary, 3, 8, 100, 135–6, 139

August Motors Ltd., 43

Australia, emigration to, 5, 113, 178, 184

Avebury, 56, 184, 200; and see Kennett, West

Avon, riv. (Bristol Avon), 223, 230

Avon, riv. (Christchurch Avon), 19, 22, 55, 63, 66, 68, 71, 75, 106, 115, 117, 142, 165–7, 175, 203

Avoncliff, see Westwood

Aygnel:
-, Cath., m. John Shaw, 69
-, John (fl. 1316), 69
-, John (fl. 1364, another), 69
-, Laurence, 69–70
-, fam., 69

Aylmer, Guy, 194

Aynoll:
-, Wm., 18
-, fam., 13

B.

Bacon:
-, Adam, and his w. Maud, 173
-, Ellen, see Upavon
-, Eliz., 89
-, Joan, m. Wm. Noyes, 89, 173
-, John, 173
-, Nic. (fl. 1544), 140
-, Nic. (d. c. 1599), 89, 173
-, Peter, 173

bacon-curing, 42

Badbury (in Chiseldon), 237

Baden:
-, And. (d. 1819), 123, 128
-, And. (fl. 1844), 123
-, Edm. Smith, 123
-, John, 123
-, Miriam, w. of And., 123
-, Rob. (d. 1730), 123, 134
-, Rob. (d. 1806), 123
-, Wm., 123
-, fam., 123

Badlesmere:
-, Bart, of, Lord Badlesmere, 241
-, Eliz., w. of Giles of, Lord Badlesmere, 241
-, Giles of, Lord Badlesmere, 241–2
-, Marg., m. John Tybotot, Lord Tybotot, 241
-, Marg., w. of Bart. of, Lord Badlesmere, 241
-, Margery, m. Wm. de Ros, Lord Ros, 241
-, Maud, m. John de Vere, earl of Oxford, 242

Bailey:
-, Eliz., w. of Jas., 74
-, F. H., see Crawshay Bailey Jas., 74–5
-, John (fl. 1545), 89
-, John (fl. 1777), of Collingbourne Ducis, 112
-, John (d. by 1822), of Downton, 34
-, John (fl. 1844), 112
-, John Gibbs, 74
-, Wm. (fl. 1709), 63
-, Wm. (fl. 1810), 112

Baker:
-, E. N., 192
-, John, 11–12
-, N. S., 192
-, Ric., 137
-, Wm. (fl. 1744), 79
-, Wm. (d. 1789), 79
-, Wm. (fl. 1796), 79

Balch:
-, Rob. Everard, 214
-, Susan, see Everard

Baldwin, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Baldwin:
-, Osbert, 87
-, Thos., 87

Baldwin's hill, see Knoyle, East

Balfour, Arthur, Prime Minister, 88

Ballard:
-, John (fl. 1691), 10
-, John (fl. 1728), s. of John (fl. 1691), 10
-, John (fl. 1767), s. of John (fl. 1728), 10

Bamfield (Bampfield):
-, Eliz., 226
-, Mary, m. Wm. Wardour, 169

Bampton:
-, Cath., w. of John, 64
-, Jasper, 57, 64
-, John (d. 1599), 64
-, John, s. of John,64–5
-, John (fl. 1662, ? another), 57, 64
-, John (d. 1751), canon of Salisbury, 64
-, Ric., 64–5
-, Wm., 64
-, fam., 66

Bamse:
-, John de, 69
-, Rob. de, 69

bands (musical), 50
-, Kennet Vale Silver, 185
-, Lockeridge Prize, 185
-, Overton Mission, 185
-, Woodfalls, 27

Bangor, bp. of, see Moore, John

Baptists, 59, 67, 96–7, 115, 133, 150, 181, 212, 224, 251
-, General, 50, 73
-, Particular, 50, 67, 133–4, 150, 181, 234
-, Strict, 50

Bapton, Thos. of, 216

Bapton (in Fisherton de la Mere), 213, 220

Barber:
-, Geo., 79
-, John (d. 1731), 11
-, John (fl. 1777), 11

Barbury Castle, see Wroughton

Barford:
-, Isabel, w. of John of, 53
-, John of, 53
-, Ralph of (fl. 1194), 53
-, Ralph of (d. ? 1327), 53

Barford (in Downton), 19, 23, 29, 31–2, 37, 43, 52–5, 60, 65, 68, 71
-, agric., 35, 54–5
-, Barford Ho., 33, 54
-, Bere hill, see Downton
-, Bishopsdean, see Downton
-, common meadows, 54
-, cust. tenants, 54
-, farms, 29–30, 37–8, 53–5
-, Huntingdean, see Downton
-, inc., 54
-, man., 34, 41, 45, 53–4, 60, 65
-, man.-ho., 52, 54
-, Park, see Downton
-, park, 52, 55, 68
-, pop., 52
-, roads, 52
-, water-meadows, 54–5, 71

Barford St. Martin, 53

Barker:
-, Rob. (d. 1722), 137
-, Rob. (fl. 1765), 137
-, Wm., 137

Barnaby:
-, John (fl. c. 1582), 123
-, John (fl. 1602, ? the same), 123

Barnard, John, 169

Barnes:
-, Chas., 57
-, Hen., 57
-, John, 218

Barneville, Maud de, 161

Barn's hill, see Knoyle, East

Barnstaple (Devon), 98

Barnstone, John, rector of Everleigh, prebendary of Bishopstone, canon of Salisbury, 141

barrel timber production, 37

Barres:
-, Amice, ctss. of Leicester, see Amice
-, Wm. des, 136

Barrett:
-, Eric, 247
-, H. H., 247

Barrow:
-, John, 63
-, W. J., 31

Barter:
-, H. S., 15
-, Isaac, 15
-, fam., 15

Barton (in Winchester, Hants), 194

Baskerville, Jennifer, 132

basket-making, 42

Basset:
-, Alan, 244
-, Aline, w. of Alan, 244
-, Kath., m. John Lovel, 244
-, Phil., 244, 248

Bate, Jos., 79

Bath:
-, earldom, 171
-, earls of, see Bourchier

Bath, see Knoyle, East: Underhill

Bath (Som.), 17. 132, 230, 234

Bath & Portland Group Ltd., 230

Bath and Wells, bps. of, see Blakedon; Burnell, Rob.

Bath Stone Firms Ltd., 230

Batt:
-, Eliz., 111
-, John Thos., 64
-, Martha, see Clarke
-, Nat., 165
-, Ric, 110
-, Susan, w. of John Thos., 64
-, Wm. (d. 1772), 64–5
-, Wm. (d. 1792), 64
-, Wm. (d. 1812), 109, 111
-, fam., 65–6, 109, 111

Battersea (Surr.), 200

Bavant, Rog., 210

Bavaria, duke of, see William

Baxter, A. M., 177

Bayford:
-, Clemence, m. 1 Ric. Devereux, 2 Rob. Browning, 123, 173
-, Joan, see Breamore
-, Joan, m. Thos. Ringwood, 123, 173
-, Wm., 173

Baynham:
-, Chris., 243
-, Sir Geo., 243

Baynton (Benton):
-, And., 174, 243
-, Cath., w. of Sir John, 8
-, Sir Edw., 8, 243
-, Hen. (fl. 1573), 8
-, Hen. (d. 1691), 227, 231
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Edw., m. 2 Sir Jas. Stumpe, 3 Thos. Stafford, 8
-, Joan, see Roches
-, Sir John (d. 1465), 8, 239, 243
-, John (d. 1516), 8, 174
-, Marg., see Grimstead
-, Nic. (d. 1412), 8, 13, 239
-, Sir Nic. (d. 1422), 8
-, Sir Rob., 8, 239, 243
-, Thos., 8
-, fam., 8–9, 174, 239, 248

Bays, Christine la, m. Wm. le Dun, 57

Beach (Beche):
-, Alice de la, m.— Danvers, 145
-, Edm. de la, archdeacon of Berkshire, 145
-, Henrietta Maria, m. Mic. Hicks (afterwards Hicks Beach), 169, 181
-, Isabel, m.—FitzEllis, 145
-, Joan, m.—Sackville, 145
-, John de la (two of the name), 145
-, Nic. de la, 145, 148–9
-, Phil, de la, 145
-, Rob. de la, 149
-, Thos., 144, 146
-, Wm. (fl. 1655), 144
-, Wm. (d. 1790), 144, 146, 169, 172–3, 176
-, Mr. (fl. 1718), 150
-, fam., 147–8, 150
-, and see Hicks Beach

Beauchamp:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Ric, Lord St. Amand, 170
-, Eliz., see Braybroke
-, Eliz., see Roches
-, Ric. (d. 1481), bp. of Salisbury, 69
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1508), Lord St. Amand, 69, 170, 174
-, Thos., earl of Warwick, 242
-, Wal. de (d. 1131), 190
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1430), 174, 243
-, Wm. de (d. 1170), 190, 196
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1457), 170, 174

Beauchamp, Vct., see Seymour, Edw.

Beaufort:
-, dukedom, 169
-, dukes of, 166–8, 175; and see Somerset

Beaumont:
-, Hen. de, earl of Warwick, 85
-, Maud de, w. of Wm. de, earl of Warwick, 85, 95
-, Rob. de, count of Meulan, earl of Leicester (d. 1118), 109, 120, 124, 133, 136
-, Rog. de, earl of Warwick, 85
-, Waleran de, earl of Warwick, 85
-, Wm. de, earl of Warwick, 85
-, fam., 145, 168

Bec, Theobald of, abp. of Canterbury, 71

Bec-Hellouin (Eure, France):
-, abbey, 124, 130, 133
-, abbot, 124, 129
-, monks, 124

Beche, see Beach

Beckenham (Kent), 200

Beckford:
-, Wm., 78–80, 99, 101, 103
-, fam., 78–80, 101

Bedford:
-, Thos., 248
-, Thos., s. of Thos., 248

Bedford, duke of, see John

Bedwyn, prebend of, see Salisbury: cath. ch.

Bedwyn, Great, 113–14, 119

Bedwyn, Little, 113

Beechingstoke, 198, 206; and see Puckshipton

Beer, I., & Sons Ltd., 42

Beezely:
-, Hannah, see Hodges
-, Jas., 193

Belgisone, Wulfward, 192, 204

bell-founders, see Borough; Cockey; Cor, John, Rob., and Wm.; Danton; Gillett & Co.; Jeffreys, Hen. and Thos.; Knight, Sam.; Mears; Mears & Stainbank; Llewellins & James; Lott, John and John; Purdue, Rog., Rog., and Wm.; Rudhall; Shelley; Taylor; Tosier, Clement and Wm.; Wallis, John; Wells, Jas. and Rob.

Bellingham, Sir Edw., 86

Bemerton (in Fugglestone St. Peter), 122

Bendery, Wm. Powell, 244

Benett, see Bennet

Benger:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Smith, 190
-, Ric., 190

Bennet (Benett):
-, Alicia, see Astley
-, Chas., Lord Ossulston, earl of Tankerville, 136
-, Chris., 89
-, Eliz., 252
-, Sir John (d. by 1627), 242
-, John (d. 1852), 119, 124, 127
-, John Montagu (d. 1947). see Fane-Benett-Stanford
-, Martha, m. Peter Legh, 241
-, Thos. (fl. 1636), 89
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1670, another), 242
-, Thos. (d. 1703). 242
-, Thos. (fl. 1739), 241–2, 251–2
-, Thos. (d. 1797), 119
-, Vere, see Fane-Benett-Stanford
-, Wm. (d. 1608), 242
-, Wm. (d. c. 1635), 242
-, Wm. Bathhurst, see Pye
-, fam., 101

Bennett Bros., 177

Bentinck:
-, Eliz., see Noel
-, Hen., earl of Portland, 140
-, Wm., duke of Portland, 140

Benton, see Baynton

Beornwulf, King, 235

Beornwulf (fl. 902), 6

Bere:
-, Alice, see Gimmings
-, John de la, 8
-, Sim. de la, and his w. Euphemia, 33

Bere hill, see Downton

Bergner, Dan. David, rector of Everleigh, 141

Berkeley:
-, Eliz., see Buttesthorn
-, Sir John, 122
-, Kath., m. 1 John Stourton, Lord Stourton, 2 Sir John Brereton, 122, 125
-, Sir Maur., 122
-, Wm., 122

Berks. & Hants Extension Railway, 204

Berkshire:
-, archdeacon, see Beche, Edm. de la
-, and see Ashampstead; Hampstead Marshall; Hungerford; Inglewood; Poughley; Reading; Sandleford; Shalbourne; Shrivenham; Sparsholt; S wallowfield; Wallingford; Windsor
-, Enbourne, vicar of, see Lloyd

Berry, fam., 162

Bertie:
-, Montagu, earl of Abingdon, 205
-, Willoughby, earl of Abingdon, 205

Berwick:
-, Agnes of, m. John de la Roches, 243
-, Gilb. of, 243
-, John of (fl. 1299), 191
-, John of (fl. 1316, ?the same), 190
-, John of (fl. 1327, ?the same), 190

Berwick Bassett, 200, 250

Berwick St. Leonard, 77, 81, 87, 98

Best:
-, Head Pottinger, 193
-, Marmaduke Head, 193
-, Rosamond, m. W. L. Stucley, 193

Bevan, Caleb, 233

Bevis:
-, Anne, w. of Thos., 11
-, Thos., 11–12

Bigge, Geof., rector of Patney, master of St. Thos.'s Hosp., Salisbury, 207

Biggs:
-, Harry, 214, 218–19
-, Hen. (d. 1800), 214, 219
-, Hen. Godolphin (d. 1877), 214
-, fam., 218
-, and see Yeatman-Biggs

Bildeston, Nic., archdeacon of Winchester, dean of Salisbury, 17

Birch, John, 138

Bird, Wm., rector of Fittleton, vicar of Bradford on Avon, 149

Bishop, B. L., 31

Bishopsdean, see Downton

Bishopstoke (Hants), rector of, see Garnier

Bishopstone (in Downton hund.), 1, 3–19, 4, 28, 35
-, advs., 16
-, agric, 11–12
-, boundaries, 3
-, chars., 18–19
-, ch., 3, 5, 12, 16–18, 81
-, ct., 1, 15–16
-, Croucheston, q.v.
-, curates, 17
-, cust. tenants, 11
-, dom. archit., 5–6
-, 'Ebbesborne', 3
-, farm, 6–7, 11–12
-, Faulston, q.v.
-, field system, 5
-, Flamston, q.v.
-, glebe, 12, 14, 17
-, Grim's ditch, 3
-, inc., 11
-, Lyons barrow, 3
-, man., 6, 9–11, 13–16, 28
-, Netton, q.v.
-, Pitts, the, see Netton
-, place-name, 3, 5
-, pop., 5
-, poor-relief, 16
-, prehist. rem., 5; and see (both s.v. Bishopstone) Grim's ditch; Lyons barrow
-, prot. nonconf., 18
-, rectors, 16–17; and see Bildeston; Buckland, Ralph de; Lear, Francis; Montgomery, Geo. Augustus; Thormerton
-, rectors and vicars, 14, 16–17; and see Caldecot, Ranulph; Earle; Younger
-, rectory, 16–17
-, rectory-ho., 5, 17
-, rectory- and vicarage-ho., 5
-, recusancy, 18
-, roads, 5
-, schs., 6, 18
-, Throope, q.v.
-, tithes, 17
-, vicarage, 16–17
-, vicarage-ho., 17
-, vicars, 16–17
-, water-meadows, 15
-, watercress beds, 15, 49
-, woodland, 3, 6
-, workhouse, 16, 18

Bishopstone (in Ramsbury hund.), 3 n, 18 n, 159, 163, 165
-, prebendary, see Barnstone; Coker, Thos.
-, vicar, see Lloyd

Black Horse, see Stowell, West

Blackgrove hundred, 105, 235, 248

Blackman:
-, And., 99
-, Eleanor, see Tropenell

Blackstone, Sir Wm., judge, 101

Blackwater, riv., 19, 59

Blake:
-, Joan, w. of Rob., 191
-, John, 191
-, Rob. (d. by 1386), 191
-, Rob. (fl. 1428), 191
-, Thos., 191
-, fam., 191

Blakedon, Jas., rector of Stockton, bp. of Achonry, suffragan in Salisbury and in Bath and Wells, 221

Blanche, m. John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, 137

Blatch, Wm., 111

blindhouse, 101

Blois, Hen. de, bp. of Winchester, 10, 29, 71, 199, 220

Blomfield, Sir Arthur, 96, 114

Bloomfield, J. V., 188, 198

Blore, Edw., 87

Blount:
-, Joan, see Woodfalls
-, Sir Thos., 33

Blow, Detmar, 96

Bluet:
-, Alice, w. of Geof., 244
-, Geof., 241, 244
-, Lucy, w. of Peter, 241, 244
-, Peter, 241, 244
-, Rob., 241

Blyth, John, 149

Bodenham (in Downton), 19, 23, 43, 45–6, 58, 62–8, 72
-, agric, 66
-, Bodenham Ho., 63, 66
-, bridge, 63
-, Clock Ho., 64
-, common marsh, 66
-, cust. tenants, 28, 66
-, dom. archit., 63
-, estates, 63–5
-, farms, 66
-, inc., 66
-, mill, 63, 66
-, New Hall, 33, 63–6
-, park, 63, 66
-, poor-relief, 66
-, pop., 62–3
-, prot. nonconf., 67–8
-, Radnor Hall, 63
-, roads, 63, 66
-, tithes, 47, 66–7
-, woodland, 66

Bodleian Library, Oxford, keeper of, see Younger

Bodley & Garner, 221

Bohemia (in Downton), see Redlynch

Bohun:
-, Edw. de, 168
-, Eleanor, m. Thos., earl of Buckingham. 170
-, Humph, de (fl. 1144–6), 189
-, Humph, de (d. 1275), earl of Hereford and Essex, 189
-, Humph, de (d. 1361), earl of Hereford and Essex, 168, 209
-, Humph, de (d. 1373), earl of Hereford and Essex, 168, 170, 189
-, Jocelin de, bp. of Salisbury, 71, 199, 220
-, Marg., w. of Edw. de, 168
-, Marg., w. of Humph, de, see Gloucester
-, Mary de, m. Hen., earl of Derby (Henry IV), 168, 189
-, fam., earls of Hereford and Essex, 173

Boiaceus, Rob., 69, 71

Bolebec:
-, Gilb. de, 226
-, Jas. de, 226
-, Jordan, 226

Bolle (fl. 1066), 53

Bolton:
-, Horatio, see Nelson
-, Thos., see Nelson

bondmen and bond-tenants, rebellion by, 13

bone-mill, 248

Boord, Gerald, 154, 156

Boorn, Moses, 55

Booth Jones, T. V., 33

Boreham (in Warminster), 216

Borough, Jas., 115
-, and see Burrough

Borough English, 36, 56, 79, 90

Boset, Rob., 33, 47

Botley, Wm., 74

Botreaux:
-, Aubrey, see Waleran
-, Marg., Baroness Botreaux, m. Rob. Hungerford, Lord Hungerford, 89
-, Wm. de, 59

Boughley, Geo., 244

Bourchier:
-, Anne, m. 1 Jas. Cranfield, earl of Middlesex, 2 Sir Chichester Wray, 171
-, Dorothy, m. Sir Thos. Grey, Lord Grey of Groby, 171
-, Edw., earl of Bath, 171
-, Eliz., w. of Fulk, Lord FitzWarin, see Dinham
-, Eliz., m. Basil Feilding, earl of Denbigh, 171
-, Fulk, Lord FitzWarin, 149, 170
-, Hen., earl of Bath, 171
-, John, Lord FitzWarin, earl of Bath, 170–1
-, Rachel, w. of Hen., earl of Bath, 171

Bourne, riv., 108

Bourne Iron Works, 112

Bouverie:
-, Anne, see Duncombe
-, Sir Edw. des (d. 1736), 65
-, Edw. (d. 1810), 206
-, Jacob, see Pleydell-Bouverie
-, Wm., Vct. Folkestone, earl of Radnor, 29, 65, 204

Bowater:
-, Frances, see Duncombe
-, John, 29

Bower:
-, Hen., 120
-, Thos., 120

Boyer, Jas., vicar of Enford, headmaster of Christ's Hosp., London, 131–2

Boyton, 212; and see Corton

Bradburn:
-, Fred., 34
-, Fred. Ashe, s. of Fred., 34

Bradenstoke (in Lyneham), priory, 241–2

Bradford on Avon (Bradford, Great Bradford, Bradford Without), 105, 129 n, 223–4, 228, 230–2
-, chs. (minster), 226, 232–3
-, hund., 106, 224, 232
-, minster, see Bradford on Avon: chs.
-, poor-law union, 232
-,-, guardians, 225, 231 n
-,-, workhouse, 224–5, 224, 231 n, 232–3; sch., 234
-, rectors, 232
-, vicarage, 233
-, vicars, 232–3; and see Bird; Jones, W. H.; Morley, Thos.

Bradley:
-, Adam of, 161
-, Adam of, s. of Adam of, 161
-, Wal. of, 161

Bradley, Maiden, priory, 174

Bramber (Suss.), 7

Bramshaw (Hants, formerly partly Wilts.), 19, 49
-, Bramshaw Wood, 19, 27, 36

Bramshott:
-, Eliz., m. John Dudley, 9
-, John, 9
-, Marg., m. Sir John Pakenham, 9
-, Wm. (fl. 1227), 9
-, Wm. (fl. early 14th cent.), 9
-, Wm. (d. 1432–44), 9
-, fam., 9

Bramshott (Hants), 9

Branch hundred, 105

Brandon:
-, David, 96
-, Eliz., see Dinham
-, Sir Thos., 171

Brandon (Suff.), rector of, see Merest

Braose, see Brewes

Brasenose College, Oxford, 141

Bratton Clovelly (Devon), 88

Bray, fam., 177

Braybroke, Eliz., Baroness St. Amand, m. 1 Sir Wm. Beauchamp, 2 Sir Rog. Tocotes, 170, 174

Breamore:
-, Avice, m. John Romsey, 120, 173
-, Joan, see Folye
-, Joan, m. 1 Wm. Bayford, 2 Thos. Chaplin, 173
-, John (fl. 1348), 120
-, John (d. 1361), s. of John, 120, 173
-, Marg., w. of John, m. 2 Phil. Dauntsey, 173
-, fam., 120

Breamore (Hants), 9, 56

Bremhill, see Stanley

Brereton:
-, Sir John, 122
-, Kath., see Berkeley
-, Werburgh, m. 1 Sir Francis Cheyne, 2 Sir Wm. Compton, 122, 240

Breteuil:
-, Gilb. of, 87, 90
-, Rob. of, 87
-, Rog. de, earl of Hereford, 85

Brewer:
-, Wm., 231
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 231

Brewes (Braose):
-, Aline de, m. John de Mowbray, 7
-, John de, 7
-, Phil, de, 7
-, Reynold de, 7
-, Sim. de, 69
-, Wm. de (fl. 1086), 7, 31
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1192), 7
-, Wm. de (d. 1210), 7
-, Wm. de (d. 1211), 7
-, Wm. de (d. 1290–1), 7
-, Wm. de (d. 1326), Lord Brewes, 7

brewing and brewers, 16, 44, 94, 100–1, 176

Brewster:
-, Sam., 191, 193
-, Sam., s. of Sam., 193

brick-making, 42–3, 48, 83

Brickworth (in Whiteparish), 32, 34, 40
-, Brickworth Ho., 31

Bricnod (fl. 1066), 239

Bridgeman (Bridgman):
-, A. J., 109
-, Chas., 70

Bridges, Mary, m. John Merewether, 174

Bridgman, see Bridgeman

Bridport, Baron, see Hood

Briggs:
-, John, 144, 148
-, Mary, see Edes

Brightwell, Ralph de, precentor of Salisbury cath., 60

Brigmerston:
-, Geo. of, 145
-, Steph. of, 145

Brionne, Geof. de, 133

Bristol, 15, 164, 202, 227 n, 230, 233–4
-, bp., 163, 249
-, cath. chapter, 233

Brit:
-, Joan, see Mussel
-, John, 99

Britford, 30, 207; and see Longford

British Expeditionary Force, 209

British Red Cross Society, 225

Broad Well spring, see Alton Priors

Brocket:
-, Sarah, see Crane
-, Wm., 242

Brocklesby (Lines.), 149

Brockway, Rob., 96

Bromesdon, Adam de, and his w. Agnes, 161

Bromham, 174, 227

Brook (Brooke):
-, Joan, 87
-, Sam., 244
-, fam., 244

broom-making, 43

Brotherton:
-, Marg., see Gunter
-, Thos., 154
-, Thos. W. B., 154
-, Wm. Browne, 154
-, fam., 154

Brough, Wm., 191

Brouncker, Hen., 172

Brown (Browne):
-, Sir Ant., 33
-, Benj., 228
-, Geo., 190
-, Geo., s. of Geo., 190
-, Jane, w. of Ric, 190
-, John, of Aldbourne, 165
-, John, of Little Hinton, 160–1
-, Kath., w. of Ric, m. 2—Muffett, 190
-, Lucy, w. of Sir Ant., 33
-, Percy, see Houghton-Brown
-, Ric. (fl. 1588), 190
-, Ric. (fl. 1688), 190
-, S. R., 153
-, Thos., 160–1
-, W. H., 8
-, fam., 160–1, 190

Browning:
-, Ant., 173, 180
-, Clemence, see Bayford
-, Edm., 173
-, Francis, 120
-, Mat., 174
-, Ric. (d. 1524), 173
-, Ric. (d. 1573), 120, 173
-, Ric. (d. 1612), 173
-, Ric.(fl. 1708), 173
-, Rob., 173
-, Thos. (fl. 1597), 180
-, Thos. (fl. 1827), 11
-, Wm., 174
-, fam., 173, 180

Bruce:
-, Chas., earl of Ailesbury, 109, 113
-, Eliz., see Seymour
-, Eliz., m. Geo. Brudenell, earl of Cardigan, 109
-, Thos. (fl. 1735–8), rector of Collingbourne Ducis, 114
-, Thos. (d. 1741, another), earl of Ailesbury, 109
-, fam., 114
-, and see Brudenell-Bruce

Bruce, barony of, of Tottenham, 109

Bruce-Brudenell (formerly Brudenell, afterwards Brudenell-Bruce), Thos., earl of Ailesbury, see Brudenell-Bruce

Brudenell:
-, Eliz., see Bruce
-, Geo., earl of Cardigan, 109
-, Rob., earl of Cardigan, 210
-, (afterwards Bruce-Brudenell, Brudenell-Bruce), Thos., earl of Ailesbury, see Brudenell-Bruce

Brudenell-Bruce:
-, Chas., marquess of Ailesbury, 109, 113
-, Geo. Wm. Fred., marquess of Ailesbury, 112
-, (formerly Brudenell, Bruce-Brudenell), Thos., earl of Ailesbury, 109–12

Brune:
-, Hen., 170
-, Sir John (d. 1559), 170
-, Sir John (d. 1639), 170

Buchan, earl of, see Comyn

Buck, Eliz., see Howe

Buckenham:
-, Eliz., w. of John, 150
-, John, rector of Fittleton, 150

Buckerfield:
-, Bart., 123
-, Hen., 123

Buckingham, earl of, see Thomas

Buckinghamshire, see Eton; Wing

Buckland:
-, Barbara, w. of Wm., 70
-, Cath., see Grimstead
-, Hugh de, 31
-, Hugh de, s. of Hugh de, 31
-, Sir John de, s. of Ralph de (d. 1332), 31. 32 n, 53
-, Sir John de (d. 1362), 31–2
-, Marg. de, m. Sir John Wroth, 32
-, Maud de, w. of Sir Thos. de, 32
-, Maur. (d. 1615), 70
-, Maur. (d. 1710), 56–7, 70, 72
-, Maur. (fl. 1726), 70
-, Nic. de, 32
-, Phil., 70
-, Ralph de. (fl. 1310), rector of Bishopstone, 17
-, Ralph de (d. 1332), 31
-, Ralph (fl. 1328, ? the same), 8
-, Ralph de, s. of Sir John de (s. o Ralph de), 32 n, 53
-, Sir Thos. de, 31–3, 69
-, Wal. (d. 1600), 70
-, Wal. (d. 1638), 57, 70
-, Wal. (d. by 1677), 70, 72
-, fam., 25, 53, 57, 70, 72, 176

Buckley:
-, Alf., 64
-, Edw. Duncombe Hen., 64
-, Edw. Geof. Mildmay, 64
-, Edw. Pery, 64
-, Gladys, w. of Edw. Geof. Mildmay, 64

Bull, L. E., 123

Bunce, J. S., 208 n

Burbidge, Ant., 98

Burder, Chas. S., rector of Ham, 157

Burderop (in Chiseldon), 241, 243
-, Burderop Park, 251

Burdet, Wm., 120

Burgess:
-, A. S., 177
-, Dan., rector of Collingbourne Ducis, 114

Burgh:
-, Hubert de, earl of Kent, 143–4, 191
-, John de, 143

Buriton (Hants), see Mapledurham

Burne, Wm. de, 171

Burnell:
-, Rob., bp. of Bath and Wells, 46
-, Wm., rector of Downton, dean, provost of Wells, 46, 48

Burrough:
-, Eliz., see Smith
-, Jas., 193
-, Mic, 193
-, and see Borough

Burton:
-, E. H., 89
-, W. H., 89

Bushell:
-, John, 171
-, Margery, w. of Thos., 171
-, Thos. (d. 1591), 171–2
-, Thos. (d. 1634), 171–2, 180

Bushnell, John, 154

Bushton (in Clyffe Pypard), 105–7

Butcher, Jos., 115

Butler, John, 160

Butterfield, Wm., 72

Buttermere, 151, 153–8; and see Henley

Buttesthorn:
-, Eliz. de, m. Sir John Berkeley, 122
-, John de (fl. 1367), 122
-, John de (d. 1399, ? another), 122

Button:
-, Ambrose, 191
-, Cecilia, see Newman
-, Cecily, m. Sir John Meux, 9
-, Eleanor, see Compton
-, Geo., 9, 56–7
-, John (d. 1491), 193, 201
-, John (fl. 1511), and his w. Edith, 191
-, John (d. 1524, another), 193
-, Sir John (d. 1712), 187 n
-, John (d. 1730), 9
-, John (d. 1738), 9
-, Mary, m. Hen. Rooke, 9, 56
-, Mary, m. Clement Walker, 187 n
-, Sir Rob., 9, 191, 196
-, Wm. (d. 1547), 193. 205
-, Wm. (fl. early 16th cent., ?the same), 110
-, Wm. (d. 1591), 9. 191, 193, 199, 201, 205
-, Wm. (d. 1599), 191
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1655), 191, 193
-, fam., 9, 14, 187 n, 191, 196

Byfield, Adoniram, rector of Collingbourne Ducis, 114

by-laws, see Downton: borough

Byrnsige (fl. 961), 6

C.

C. D. M. (firm), 178

Cadley, see Collingbourne Ducis

Caldecot (Caldecott):
-, Ranulph, rector and vicar of Bishopstone, 17
-, Thos., 193

Calley:
-, Eliz., see Keck
-, (formerly Langton), Sir Hen., 243
-, Joan Marion, 243
-, John Jas., 241
-, Thos., 241
-, Sir Wm., 243
-, fam., 241, 243, 246

Callow, Hester, 111

Calnan, W. L., 240

Calne, 24; and see Quemerford

Calston, fam., 241

Calthorpe:
-, Eliz., see Stapleton
-, Sir Hen., 99
-, Sir Wm., 60
-, fam., 101
-, and see Gough-Calthorpe

Calthorpe, Barons, see Gough; Gough-Calthorpe

Calvinists, 251

Cambridge:
-, St. John's Coll., president of, see Ashby, Geo.
-, and see Queens' Coll.

Cambridgeshire, see Kingston

Camel (Som.), honor of, 143–4

Campeny, John de, 69

Can Court fields, see Wroughton

canals, see Kennet & Avon; Wilts. & Berks.

Candover:
-, Agnes, see Cok
-, Hen. of, 143–4, 147

Candover, Chilton (Hants), 9

Cane, Basil, rector of Everleigh, 141

Canning, John, 154

Cannings, All, 207

Canterbury:
-, abps., see Bec; Moore, John
-, cath. ch., dean of, see Moore, John

Capell, Algernon Geo. de Vere, earl of Essex, 9

Cardeville, Ric. de, 69

Cardigan, earls of, see Brudenell

Carisbrooke (I.W.), priory, 171

Caröe, W. D., 49

Carpenter:
-, Ant., see Wheeler
-, R. H., 87
-, (alias Wheeler), Thos. (fl. 1565), 63
-, Thos. (d. c. 1586), see Wheeler
-, Thos. (fl. 1624–6), see Wheeler
-, Thos.(fl. 1626–1724, several others), see Wheeler
-, (alias Wheeler), Thos. (d. c. 1668), 63
-, (alias Wheeler), Thos. (fl. 1677), 63
-, Wm. (d. 1492), 65
-, Wm. (fl. 1492), s. of Wm. (d. 1492), 65
-, Wm. (fl. 1541), see Wheeler

carpet-making, 42

Carrington, Dora, m. Ralph Partridge, 154

Carter, Ric, 139

Cartwright:
-, Eliz., 228, 231
-, fam., 198

Casterton:
-, Alice, see Coombe
-, Ric. of, 147

Castle Combe, 240–2
-, barony, 240–2

Castlehaven:
-, earldom, 78
-, earls of, 86; and see Tuchet

cavalry school, see Netheravon

Cave:
-, F. A., 193
-, W. E., 139, 147

Cawdon and Cadworth hundred, 19

Cawdron:
-, Ebenezer, 193
-, Mary, see Stiffe

Cawmfield, John, 210

Ceawlin, King, 235

Central Electricity Generating Board, 40

Central Flying School, see Upavon

Cenwalh, King, 27

Ceolwen, m. Osmod, 192

cert-money, 16, 44, 55, 94

Chaddington:
-, Geo., 242
-, Marg., see Collingbourne

Chaddington (in Lydiard Tregoze), 242

Chaddleworth (Berks.), see Poughley

Chadwell:
-, Edm. (fl. 1649), 239
-, — (fl. 1631, ?the same), 239

Chaffin (Chaffyn, Chafin):
-, John, 32
-, Joyce, m. Geo. Reynolds, 32
-, Thos. (d. c. 1559), 10
-, Thos. (d. 1619), 10
-, Thos., s. of Thos. (d. 1619), 10
-, Thos., grds. of Thos. (d. 1619), 10
-, Thos. (fl. 1708, another), 125

Chafin Grove, fam., see Grove

chalk quarrying, 118

Chalke, Broad:
-, Vernditch chase, 3, 14
-, and see Stoke Farthing

Chalke Valley, group min., 16

Chamberlain:
-, Peter the, 144
-, Sarah, see Hewett

Chandler, Thos., 219
-, and see Chaundler

Chandos, Vct., see Lyttelton

Chanler:
-, Eleanor, w. of Wm., 227, 231
-, Sam., 227
-, Wm., 227, 231

chantries, see Compton Pauncefoot; Downton; Gillingham

chapels (manorial), see Knoyle, East

Chaplin:
-, Sir Francis, 34, 53–4
-, Joan, see Breamore
-, John, 54
-, Rob., 54
-, Thos., 173

Charford, North (Hants), 22

Charlbury Farms (Hinton) Ltd., 162

Charlbury hill, see Hinton, Little

Charles I, 8

Charles II, 17, 86

Charlton, Thos. de, rector of Downton, bp. of Hereford, 46

Charlton (in Swanborough hund.), 207

Charlton (in Downton), 19, 23, 25, 36–7, 41, 43, 55–9, 60, 63, 68–9, 71–2, 75–7
-, agric, 57–8
-, boundaries, 55
-, char., 51, 59
-, ch., 46, 58, 72
-, common meadow, 57–8
-, curacy, 47, 58
-, curate, 58
-, cust. tenants, 28, 55, 57–8
-, dom. archit., 56
-, estates, 28, 56–7, 59, 76
-, farms, 55–8, 66
-, field system, 35
-, glebe-ho., 58
-, inc., 56, 58
-, inns, 55–6
-, pop., 24, 55
-, prot. nonconf., 59
-, schs., 51, 59
-, tithes, 47
-, water-meadows, 58, 71, 75

Chatham, earl of, see Pitt

Chaundler, John, bp. of Salisbury, 77
-, and see Chandler

Chedworth, Lords, 170; and see Howe

Chemical Pipe & Vessel Co. Ltd., 42

Cheney:
-, Thos. (fl. 1724). 110
-, Thos. (d. 1764), s. of Thos., 110
-, and see Cheyne

Chesenall, Alex., 9

Chessell (in Shalfleet, I.W.), 9

Chester, Harry, 161

Chetwynd:
-, Hester, see Kent
-, John, Vct. Chetwynd, 189, 192

Cheyne:
-, Sir Francis, 240
-, Sir Hugh, 33
-, Joan, see Woodfalls
-, Sir John, Lord Cheyne, 8, 240
-, Werburgh, see Brereton
-, and see Cheney

Chichester (Suss.), cath. ch., canons of, see Edes, Hen.; Sherwin; Tesdall

Chicklade, 81, 95, 98, 102–3

Chicklade Bottom, see Fonthill Bishop

Chilbolton (Hants), 155

Child, J. M., 89

Chilmark, 77, 79
-, Little Ridge (Fonthill House), 79

Chilton (in Wroughton), see Westlecott

Chippenham, 100

Chirton, 173, 206–8

Chiseldon, 123, 239, 243; and see Badbury; Burderop

Chisenbury, East (in Enford), 105–7, 117–19, 128, 165–6
-, agric, 127–8
-, bridge, 118
-, Chisenbury camp, 117
-, Chisenbury Priory, 117 n, 125
-, ct., 129–30
-, cust. tenants, 127–8
-, dom. archit., 119
-, farms, 127–8
-, glebe, 131
-, inc., 127–8, 131
-, inn, 119
-, Lidbury camp, 117
-, man., 124–7, 129–30, 178
-, mill, 129
-, place-name, 117
-, pop., 117
-, prebend, see Salisbury: cath. ch.
-, prebendaries, 126, 131
-, prot. nonconf., 133–4
-, tithes, 124, 131

Chisenbury, West (in Netheravon), 105–7, 115, 117. 165–6, 168, 172–5, 178–80
-, agric, 166, 176–7
-, boundaries, 165
-, bridge, 118, 166
-, chap., 179
-, 'Chisenbury de la Folly', 165
-, dom. archit., 168
-, farm, 176–7, 179
-, inc., 172, 176, 180
-, man., 120, 123, 129, 172–8, 180
-, place-name, 165
-, pop., 117, 166
-, recusancy, 180
-, roads, 166
-, tithes, 172, 179
-, Water Dean Bottom, 166
-, water-meadow, 177
-, West Chisenbury Farm, 168, 173
-, West Chisenbury Ho., 168, 173

Chisenbury camp, see Chisenbury, East

Chisenbury de la Folly, see Chisenbury, West

Chitterne:
-, Agnes, m. Wm. Milbourne, 87
-, Christine, 88
-, John, 87–8

Chitterne, 106, 140, 219

Cholderton, 141

Cholwell, Thos., 189

Christ Church, Oxford:
-, chapter, 207
-, dean, see Gaisford, Thos.

Christian Brethren, 202

Christie, Manson & Woods, 138

Christ's Hospital (in Horsham, Suss., earlier London), 130, 179
-, headmaster, see Boyer

Chubb:
-, Thos., 65
-, fam., 65

Church Commissioners, 91; and see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Church of England Children's Society, 89

Churchill:
-, Henrietta, dchss. of Marlborough, m. Francis Godolphin, earl of Godolphin, 188
-, John, duke of Marlborough, 188

Chute, 110, 190 n

Chute and Chisenbury, prebend of, see Salisbury: cath. ch.

Chute forest, 108, 110, 112, 135

Cipriani, Giovanni Battista, 70

Clare, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester, 243

Clarendon, earl of, see Hyde, Hen.

Clarke (Clark):
-, Edw., 10
-, Eliz., 193
-, Eliz., w. of Edw., m. 2 Thos. Harding, 10
-, Eliz., w. of John, 64, 67
-, Eliz., w. of John, 64–5
-, Geo., 119
-, Sir Hen. (d. c. 1654), 119
-, Hen. (d. 1681), 119
-, Hen. (d. 1689), 119
-, Hen. (d. 1712), 145, 149–51
-, Hester, w. of Hen., 119
-, Jas., 145
-, John (fl. late 13th or early 14th cent.), 154
-, John (fl. 1525), 154
-, John (fl. c. 1650), 64
-, John (d. 1669), s. of John (fl. c. 1650), 64
-, John (d. 1670s), 64
-, John (fl. 1720), 188
-, John (d. 1764, another), 10
-, Jonathan, 64–5
-, Kettleby, see Reeve
-, Liscombe, vicar of Downton, archdeacon of Salisbury, 48, 51
-, Maria, m. Jos. Nowlson, 10
-, Martha, m. Wm. Batt, 64
-, Mary, w. of Liscombe, 51
-, Ric, 154
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1617), 145
-, Thos. (fl. 1658, another), 138
-, Wm. (d. 1688), 188, 191
-, Wm. (d. 1750), 10
-, Wm. (d. 1792), 10

Clatford (in Preshute), 181

Clatford bottom, see Fyfield

Clatford Park (in Overton), 183, 186–7
-, boundaries, 183
-, Clatford Park Farm, 186, 192
-, estate, 192
-, farm, 188, 192
-, inc., 192
-, park, 192
-, pop., 186

Clearbury ring, see Downton

Cleeve hill, see Knoyle, East

clerk, Wal. the, see Walter

Cleves, Anne of, see Anne

Cliff:
-, Hen. of, 230–1
-, Reynold of, 230

Clifford:
-, Sam., rector of East Knoyle, 96
-, Wm., rector of East Knoyle, 95–6

Clinton, Hen. Edw. Hugh, see Pelham-Clinton-Hope

clock-making, clock-makers, 42, 100

cloth-making, 219, 225, 231–2

Cloud, John, 88

Clouds estates, 86–9, 91

Clyffe Pypard, see Bushton

Cnut, King, 226

Cobbett, Wm., 128, 135–6, 139–40, 167, 175–6

Cockerell:
-, Joan, w. of John, 216
-, John, 216–17

Cockey, Wm., 96, 202

Codford, 214
-, rly. sta., 213

Codford St. Mary, 213, 219–22

Codford St. Peter, 220

Codrington:
-, Claude Alex., 239
-, Mary, 239
-, Wm. (d. 1802), 240, 245
-, Wm. (d. 1842), 239
-, Wm. Fred. (d. 1947), 239
-, Wm. Wyndham (d. 1905), 239, 245
-, fam., 240, 245

Cok:
-, Adam, 143
-, Agnes, m. 1 Rob. Pipard, 2 Hen. of Candover, 143
-, and see Cooke

Coker:
-, Thos. (d. 1741), rector of Little Hinton, prebendary of Bishopstone, 163–5
-, Thos. (fl. 1777), rector of Doynton, 164–5
-, Wm., 88

Cole, riv., 159

Coleman:
-, John (fl. early 13th cent.), 89
-, John (fl. 1686), see Adams

Coleraine, Baron, see Hare, Hen.

Coles:
-, Barnabas, 33
-, Barnaby, 33
-, Francis (d. c. 1691), 56
-, Francis (fl. c. 1700), 30, 73–4
-, Jonathan, 30, 56
-, Peter, 41, 50
-, Ralph, 33
-, Wm. (d. 1697), 33, 56
-, Wm. (d. 1784), 30, 89
-, fam., 39, 58

Colley, Rog., 163

Collingbourne:
-, John, 242
-, Marg., m. Geo. Chaddington, 242
-, Wm. (fl. 1441), 139
-, Wm. (d. 1484, another), 242

Collingbourne 'Abbatis', 112 n

Collingbourne Ducis, 105–7, 108–15, 135, 139–40
-, adv., 113
-, agric, 110–12
-, boundaries, 108
-, bridges, 108–9
-, Cadley, 108–9
-,-, dom. archit., 109
-,-, inn, 109
-,-, prot. nonconf., 115
-,-, rly. sta., 108–9
-, chars., 114–15
-, chase, 110, 112
-, ch., 109, 113–15
-, ct., 106, 110–13
-, curates, 114
-, cust. tenants, 110–11
-, dom. archit., 108–9
-, fairs, 112
-, farms, 108–13
-, glebe, 111, 113
-, inc., 111
-, ind., 112
-, inns, 109
-, man., 108–14, 138
-, mkt., 112
-, mill, 112
-,-, horse-mill, 112
-,-, windmill, 109, 112
-, par. council, 108
-, place-name, 108
-, pop., 108–9, 135
-, prehist. rem., 108
-, prot. nonconf., 115
-, rectors, 109, 113–15; and see Bruce, Thos.; Burgess, Dan.; Byfield; Francis, Chas.; Lukis; Richardson; Scudder; Sherwin; Talbot; Tomblins
-, rectory, 113
-, rectory-ho., 109, 113
-, roads, 108
-, schs., 115
-, Shaw hill, 108
-, tithes, 113
-, water-meadows, 108, 111
-, woodland, 108, 110, 112

Collingbourne Kingston, 108, 113, 115, 140–1, 151

Collingbourne Sunton (in Collingbourne Kingston), 108, 114

Coin St. Aldwyn (Glos.), 144

Colo (fl. 1066), 69

Cologne, 18

Columpna, John de, rector of Downton, cardinal of St. Angelo's, 47

Combes, R. J., 123

common marshes, see Bodenham; Hinton, Little; Stockton; Wick; Wroughton

common meadows, see Barford; Charlton; Downton; Enford; Everleigh; Faulston; Fyfield; Hamptworth; Hinton, Little; Netheravon; Overton: Overton, East and West; Patney; Stockton; Wroughton

Compton:
-, Dan. (d. 1780), 171
-, Dan. (d. c. 1817), 171, 176
-, Eleanor, m. Rob. Button, 9
-, Hen., Lord Compton, 123, 240
-, Jas., 171, 176
-, Jas., s. of Jas., 171
-, Jas. Townsend, 171
-, Peter, 122, 240
-, Ric, 171
-, Rob., 87, 97–8
-, Spencer, 191
-, Susannah, w. of Rob., 97–8
-, Werburgh, see Brereton
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1528), 122, 240
-, Wm. (d. 1630), Lord Compton, 240

Compton (in Enford), 105–7, 115, 117, 119, 129, 133, 140
-, agric, 128
-, chap., 133
-, Compton Farm, 119, 121
-, farm, 128
-, glebe, 131
-, inc., 128, 131
-, man., 119–21, 123–4, 126, 128–9
-, mill, 128–9
-, pop., 117
-, prot. nonconf., 133
-, tithes, 124, 131

Compton Chamberlayne, 11

Compton Pauncefoot (Som.), chant., 89

Comyn:
-, Alex., earl of Buchan, 209
-, Eliz. or Isabel, see Quency

Congregationalists, 97, 103, 187, 202

Constantine:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Wm., 123
-, Anne, m. Ric. Hosier, 123
-, Sir Wm., 123

Coof:
-, Cath., w. of Ric, 99
-, Ric, 99

Cooke (Cook):
-, Hen., 248
-, John, 217
-, Wm., vicar of Enford, rector of Didmarton with Oldbury, 132
-, fam., 195
-, and see Cok

Coombe:
-, Agnes of, ? w. of Ric. of, m. 2 Adam of Poulshot, 147–8
-, Alice, w. of Sim. of, m. 2 Ric. of Casterton, 147
-, Anstice, w. of Ric. of, 120
-, Edith, w. of Wal., 129
-, Jas. of, 147–8
-, John of (fl. 1303), 148
-, John of (fl. early 15th cent.), 120
-, John of (fl. c. 1456–60, another), 120
-, Maud, w. of Ric. of, m. 2 Rob. of Ramsbury, 120–1, 144
-, Nic. of, 13
-, Ric. (fl. 1337), 129
-, Ric. of (fl. 1275), 121
-, Ric. of (d. c. 1293, another), 120–1, 143–4
-, Ric. of (fl. 1313), s. of Ric. of, 120
-, Ric. of (d. c. 1329), s. of Sim. of, 120–1, 144, 148
-, Sir Ric. of (d. 1361), 120–1, 144, 148
-, Ric. of (d. by c. 1456–60), 120
-, Rob. of, 120
-, Sim. of (fl. 1242), 143–4
-, Sim. of(d. c. 1300), 121, 144, 147–8
-, Wal. (fl. 1337), 129
-, Wal. of (fl. 1379), 120, 129
-, fam., 120–1, 133, 149

Coombe (in Enford), 105, 107, 117– 18, 129–30, 133, 135, 142, 174–5
-, bridge, 118
-, chap., 133
-, char., 134
-, Coombe Farm, 118, 121
-, ct., 106, 147
-, dom. archit., 118
-, farms, 121, 124, 128
-, glebe, 131
-, inc., 131
-, man., 106, 121, 123–4, 129, 133, 144, 146
-, mill, 128–9, 131
-, pop., 117
-, tithes, 124, 131

Coombe Bissett, 15

Cooper:
-, Ant. Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury, 45
-, Thos., 33

Cor:
-, John, 164
-, Rob., 158, 164, 202, 208
-, Wm., 158, 202, 208

Corbett, Sir Francis E. G., see Astley

Cormayles:
-, Edm. de, 169
-, John de, 169
-, Lettice, w. of John de, 169
-, Rog. de (two of the name), 169

Cormeilles (Eure, France), abbey, 243

Cornbury, Vct., see Hyde, Hen.

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 16, 33. 39, 89, 91–3
-, president, 89; and see Morwent; Newlin, Rob.

Corton (in Boyton), 86

Cothelstone (Som.), 7

Cottington:
-, Francis (d. 1652), Lord Cottington, 86
-, Francis (d. 1728), 80
-, Francis (fl. 1744), 79
-, fam., 78

Couci, Earl Aubrey de, 120, 240

council houses, 5–6, 24, 26, 55,73, 78, 85, 99, 118–19, 136, 143, 152, 160, 168, 185, 187, 214, 224–5, 238

Country Towns Mission, 164

Cove, Wm., 33

Coventry, Thos. Wm., 34

Coventry, bp. of, see Yeatman-Biggs, Huyshe Wolcott

Coward, Mr., 89

Cowderoy, Thos., 154–5

Cox:
-, Ric, 234
-, Sam., vicar of Downton, 47

Craddock, E. A., 247

Cranborne chase, 3, 22

Crane:
-, Sarah, m. Wm. Brocket, 242
-, Thos., 242

Cranfield:
-, Anne, see Bourchier
-, Jas., earl of Middlesex, 171

Crawshay Bailey, F. H., 86

Creasy, John, 64

Cricklade, 24

Cridlestyle (in Fordingbridge, Hants), 63

Crispe, Hen., 130

Crockford, Thos., vicar of Fisherton de la Mere, 221–2

Croilboys, John, and his w. Agnes, 110

Crook:
-, S., 121
-, T., 122

Crook Bros., 128

Croome, Rob., 111

crops (less common), see apples; mushrooms; nuts; sainfoin; watercress

crosses, 24, 49, 100–1, 133, 214

Crossley, Sarah M., see Peto

Crouch:
-, Chris, (fl. 1810–25), 11
-, Chris, (fl. 1811–19, ? the same), 129

Croucheston (in Bishopstone, in Downton hund.), 3, 5–6, 15
-, agric, 13
-, cust. tenants, 11, 13
-, dom. archit., 6
-, farms, 10, 13
-, inc., 13, 19
-, man., 6, 9–11, 13
-, mill, 6, 15
-, pop., 5
-, prot. nonconf., 6, 18

Croydon (Surr.), 202

Cudulf (fl. 1066–86), 190, 209–10

Cuffe:
-, Maud, m. John True, 198
-, Ric, 198

Culpeper:
-, Sir Alex., 119
-, Sir Ant., 119, 124, 132
-, Hen., vicar of Enford, 132
-, Thos. (d. 1541), 106, 119, 124, 130
-, Thos. (d. c. 1558), 119

Culverhouse:
-, Hen., 226
-, Thos., 226–7

Cumberbatch, H. C, 60

Cumberland, 141

Curtis, Sir Rog., 25

customs and services, see Borough English; cert-money; herbage; knowledge money; lawday silver; pannage; stallage; tithing-penny; turbary; woodfare

Cutforth, C. A., 191

Cynric, King, 235

D.

Dance, Nat., see Holland

Danton, John, 251

Danvers:
-, Alice, see Beach
-, Edm., 145
-, Eliz., see Dauntsey
-, Sir John, 205

Darell:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1530), 121, 149
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1549), 121, 144–5, 148
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., 121, 145
-, Sir Geo., 121
-, John, 121
-, Mary, w. of Sir Edw., m. 2 Phil. Maunsell, 3 Sir Hen. Fortescue, 121, 148
-, Nic, rector of Ham, canon of Winchester, 157
-, Wm. (fl. 1427), 106, 121, 144–5, 147, 149
-, Wm. (d. 1589), 144–5
-, fam., 144–5, 147, 149, 241

Darlington Mushrooms (firm), 230

Dartford (Kent), priory, 210

Daundely (de Andely):
-, Rob., 9, 239
-, Wal. (fl. 1242–3), 9, 239
-, Wal. (fl. 1280s), 239
-, Wm., 9
-, fam., 9, 239

Dauntsey:
-, Ambrose (d. 1555), 120
-, Ambrose (d. 1572), 120
-, Edm., 33
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Danvers, 205
-, John (d. 1559), 120, 205
-, Sir John (d. 1630), 120, 205
-, Marg., see Breamore
-, Phil., 173
-, Wm., 120
-, fam., 120

Dauntsey's school (in West Lavington), 212

David Bruce Laboratory, 137

Davies:
-, John, 180
-, Jos., 41
-, Mat., 89

Dawber, Sir Guy, 60

Dawkins, Hen., 38, 57–8, 70

Dawson:
-, Hen., 171
-, Mary, see Gore

Dean, East, Wm. of, 124

Dean, West (partly Hants), 60

Dear, Jane, 134

Defence, Min. of, 117, 119, 121–3, 126, 128, 170, 173, 177, 210

Delme, Peter, 190

Delmé, Peter, 244

Denbigh, earl of, see Feilding, Basil

Denewulf, bp. of Winchester, 6, 78

Deorswith, ?m. Athelwulf, 214

Derby:
-, ctss. of, see Quency, Marg. or Margery
-, earl of, see Henry IV

Derby (horserace), 247

Despenser:
-, Hugh le (d. 1326), the elder, 168, 241, 248
-, Hugh le (d. 1326), the younger, 172, 241
-, Hugh le (d. 1349), 168

Devenish:
-, Isabel, w. of Wm., 145
-, Rob., 191
-, Thos., 145
-, Wm., 145

Devereux:
-, Clemence, see Bayford
-, Ric, 173

Deverill, Hill, 57

Devizes, 105, 115, 141–2, 150, 202, 204, 207–8
-, cast., 205
-, poor-law union, 206
-, rector, see Innes

Devonshire, see Barnstaple; Bratton Clovelly; Exeter; Plymouth

Dew, Ric, 96

Dibben, Edwin, 13–14

Didmarton with Oldbury (Glos.), rector of, see Cooke, Wm.

diesel cylinder making, 247

Dingley:
-, Chas., 227
-, Susannah, m. John Smith Meggott, 227

Dinham, Eliz., m. 1 Fulk Bourchier, Lord FitzWarin, 2 Sir John Sapcotes, 3 Sir Thos. Brandon, 149, 170

Dirdo, Hen., 172

Dismore:
-, Chris., 189, 200
-, Jane or Joan, w. of Chris., m. 2 Edw. Passion, 189
-, John, 189

Diss (Norf.), 250

Dixon:
-, John, 239
-, Rob., 125

Dodd, Marguerite Augusta, 223

dog-breeding, 15

Doggett, fam., 230

Dole hundred, 106

Donhead St. Andrew, 78

Donhead St. Mary, rectors of, see Jackson, Gilb. and Ric.

Dorman, Sir Maur., 189

Dorset, 208; and see Frampton; Gillingham; Shaftesbury; Wareham; Wimborne Minster
-, Ashmore, rector of, see Ivie, Jas.

Douce, see Dowse

Dove, Dan., 154

Downes, Geof., 53

Downton, 1, 3, 6, 15,19–77, 20–1, 49, 89, 94
-, advs., 31, 46–7
-, agric, 19, 22, 35–9
-, assarting, 35–6, 38
-, Barford, q.v.
-, Bere hill, 36–7, 52, 54–5
-, Bishopsdean, 52, 54
-, Bodenham, q.v.
-, Bohemia, see Redlynch
-, borough, 23–5, 41–5, 48, 51, 72–3, 75
-,-, aldermen, 44
-,-, Borough Ho., 25, 51
-,-, by-laws, 44
-,-, ct., 44–5
-,-, dom. archit., 24–5
-,-, elections, parl., 23–4, 34
-,-, estates, 34–5
-,-, foundation, 23
-,-, inns, 24, 29, 34
-,-, M.P.s, 25, 44
-,-, mayor, 44
-,-, officers, 44
-,-, pop., 24
-,-, sch., 24, 41, 45, 51
-,-, sch.-ho., see (s.v. Downton: borough) Borough Ho.
-, boundaries, 19
-, bridges, 23–5, 37, 44
-, chant., 40, 48
-, chant.-ho., 48
-, chap., 31
-, chars., 45, 49, 51–2
-, Charlton, q.v.
-, ch., 16, 19, 23, 28, 31, 37, 42–3, 46–9, 58, 62, 66–7, 71–2, 77
-, Church tithing, 43–5, 52, 55, 68, 76
-, Clearbury ring, 19, 22, 58, 62, 66
-, common meadows, 35
-, cts., 1, 16, 24, 36, 43–5, 56, 66, 73, 94
-, curates, 47–8, 67
-, cust. tenants, 28, 35–8, 55
-, dom. archit., 24–5
-, Downton Brickworks, 43, 48
-, fair, 24, 41, 51
-, farms, 26, 29–32, 34, 37–9, 55–6,73, 89
-, field systems, 35
-, fishing, 40–1
-, Franchise, 22,26,29–31,33–4,36–7, 39. 54–5. 63, 73, 76–7
-, friendly soc, 25
-, Gallows hill, 19
-, glebe, 36–8, 46–8
-, Gravel Close, see Wick
-, Grim's ditch, 19
-, Hamptworth, q.v.
-, heath, 35–6, 39
-, hosp., 25
-, Huntingdean, 52, 54
-, inc., 22, 25–7, 30, 32–4, 36, 38–9, 54–5, 61, 73, 75–7
-, ind., 41–3
-, inns, 24
-, 'King John's Palace', see Downton: Old Court
-, Langley Wood, q.v.
-, Long Close, see Wick
-, Loosehanger, see Redlynch
-, Lover, see Redlynch: Warminster Green
-, man., 6, 11, 15, 23, 27–39,41,43–7, 52–7, 61, 64, 68, 73–4, 76, 93
-, man.-ho., see Downton: Old Court
-, mkt., 41
-, Milk hill, see Redlynch
-, mills, 23–5, 28–9, 37, 39–42, 46–8
-,-, fulling-mill, 40–1
-,-, malt-mill, 40
-,-, paper-mill, 40
-, Moot, the, 29–30, 37
-, Moot Farm, 25, 30
-, Moot Ho., 25, 30
-, Morgan's Vale, q.v.
-, New Court, New Court farm, see Wick
-, No Man's Land, q.v.
-, Nunton, q.v.
-, Old Court, 23–4, 28–9, 35, 40–1
-, Old Park, 28, 36–7, 40
-, Paccombe, 26, 29, 32, 34, 36–9
-, Paccombe Farmhouse, 30
-, Paccombe House, 30
-, parks, 22
-, parl. rep., 45–6; and see (s.v. Downton: borough) elections, parl.
-, Parsonage, see Downton: rectoryho.
-, Pensworth, see Redlynch
-, poor-relief, 44–5, 52
-, pop., 23–5
-, prehist. rem., 22–3; and see (all s.v. Downton) Clearbury ring; Grim's ditch; Moot; Witherington ring
-, prot. nonconf., 50
-, public services, 25, 40
-, rly. sta., 22, 25
-, rectors, 1, 25, 35–8, 40, 43, 46–8, 71; and see Burnell, Wm.; Charlton; Columpna; Edington; Hamilton; Harwedon; Maidstone; Montibus
-, rectory, 1, 46–9
-, rectory-ho., 24–5, 31, 47
-, recusancy, 44
-, Redlynch, q.v.
-, roads, 22, 44
-, Rom. Catholicism, 49–50
-, Rom.-Brit. rem., 23, 35
-, schs., 25, 51
-, Standlynch, q.v.
-, streets, 24–5
-, tannery, 25, 40–1, 48
-, Timber hill, see Redlynch
-, tithes, 27, 31, 37–8, 40, 46–7
-, trades, 41–2
-, vicarage, 46–7, 67, 71, 77
-, vicarage-ho., 25, 47
-, vicars, 40, 47–9, 51, 58, 66–7, 71–2, 77; and see Clarke, Liscombe; Cox, Sam.; Gale; Gifford, Geo.; Huddles; Lear, Thos.; Webb, Nic; Wilkes, Wm.; Young, Nic.
-, Walton, see Wick
-, Warminster Green, see Redlynch
-, water-meadows, 22, 24
-, Wick, q.v.
-, Witherington, q.v.
-, Witherington ring, 19
-, Woodfalls, q.v.
-, woodland, 19, 22, 28–9, 34–7, 39
-, workhouse, 24, 42, 44

Downton Electric Light Co. Ltd., 40

Downton Engineering Works Ltd., 42

Downton hundred, 1, 2, 15, 43, 53, 94. 101

Downton Tanning Co. Ltd., 41

Dowse (Douce):
-, Emmeline, w. of Wal., 109
-, Sir Francis, 110
-, John, 110
-, Ric. (fl. 1536), 110
-, Ric. (fl. 1572, ? the same), 110
-, Ric. (d. 1611–12), 110
-, Ric. (fl. 1615–16), 110
-, Thos. (fl. 1552), 110
-, Thos. (fl. 1615–16), 110
-, Wal. (fl. 1326), 109
-, Wal. (fl. 1640–1), 110
-, fam., 112

Doynton (Glos.), rector of, see Coker, Thos.

Drake, R. E., 86

Draycot Fitz Payne (in Wilcot), 210

Dredge, Jas., 118

Dreweatt:
-, D. H., 122
-, Thos., 122, 124

Droxford (Hants), 86

Dudley:
-, Sir Edm., 53
-, Edw., Lord Dudley, see Sutton
-, Eliz., see Bramshott
-, John, 9
-, Joyce, see Tiptoft

Duke:
-, Geo. (d. 1610), 120
-, Geo. (fl. 1702), 124
-, John, 124
-, Rob. (d. 1749), 124
-, Rob. (d. 1793), 120, 124
-, fam., 120

Dun (Dunn, Duyn):
-, Agnes, m. Hen. Not, 69
-, Christine, see Bays
-, Eleanor, w. of John, m. 2 Thos. Meriet, 69
-, Eliz., m. John Park, 69
-, Hen. le (fl. 1243), 191
-, Hen. le (fl. later 13th cent., another), 191
-, John (fl. 1311), 69
-, John (fl. 1364), 145
-, John (d. 1374, ? another), 57, 69
-, Sir Phil., 193–4
-,-, his dau., see Rothschild
-, Sim. le, 191
-, Wm. le (d. c. 1311), 57, 69, 71
-, Wm. le (fl. 1336), 69
-, fam., 70

Dunblane (Perthshire), bp. of, see Wedderburn

Duncombe:
-, Anne, w. of Ant., m. 2 Wm.
-, Bouverie, earl of Radnor, 29
-, Anne, m. Jacob Pleydell-Bouverie, earl of Radnor, 29
-, Anne, m. Rob. Shafto, 54
-, Ant., Lord Feversham, 29, 34–5, 38, 45, 54, 57–8
-, Sir Chas., 34, 41, 45, 54
-, Frances, m. John Bowater, 29
-, Thos., 29, 34–5, 54
-, fam., 45, 61

Dunn, see Dun

Dunstanville:
-, Adelize, w. of Rob. de, 242
-, Parnel de, m. Rob. de Montfort, 240
-, Rob. de, 242
-, Wal. de (d. 1195), 242
-, Wal. de (d. 1269), 240, 242
-, fam., 240, 242

Dunworth hundred, 1

Duppa, Brian, bp. of Winchester, 86

Durham, cath. ch., prebendary of, see Moore, John

Durrington, 178; and see Larkhill

Dursley (Glos.), 247

Duyn, see Dun

Dyer, Wm., 207

Dyneley:
-, Marg., w. of Rob., m. 2 Sir Percival Sowdan, 106, 121,144–5, 147– 9
-, Rob. (d. 1395), 121, 144–5. 147
-, Rob. (fl. 1427), 144–5
-, fam., 146, 149

Dyper, Wm., 110

E.

Earle, John, rector and vicar of Bishopstone, bp. of Worcester and of Salisbury, 17–18

Earlscourt, Ric. of, see Oaksey

Earlscourt (in Wanborough), 159–60

Eastcott (in Urchfont), 210

Eastleigh (Hants), 112

Eastman:
-, Alice, w. of Wal., 64
-, Cecily, 64
-, John (fl. 1523–60), 64
-, John (fl. 1592), 64
-, Mary, w. of Moses, 65
-, Moses, 65
-, Thos., 65
-, Wal. (two of the name), 64
-, Wm., rector of Everleigh, 141
-, fam., 56, 64

'Ebbesborne' (regional name), 3, 6; and see Bishopstone (in Downton hund.)

Ebbesborne Wake, 3

Ebble, riv., 3, 15, 19, 63

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 29, 40, 49, 58, 78, 86–7, 122, 124, 126, 153, 156, 160–2, 172, 179, 226, 230, 233, 239, 249–50; and see Church Commissioners

Eden, Sir John, 95

Edendon, Wm., bp. of Winchester, 47; and see Edington

Edes:
-, Hen., canon of Chichester, 144
-, Mary, w. of Hen., see Jeay
-, Mary, m. John Briggs, 144

Edgar, King, 6, 189, 204

edge-tools manufacture, 40, 42, 176

Edington, Thos. of, rector of Downton, 47; and see Edendon

Edmund, earl of Kent, 143, 145

Edmund, earl of Lancaster and of Leicester, 120, 124, 126, 137, 145, 147, 169, 178

Edred, King, 6, 28

Edward the Elder, King, 6, 27, 214

Edward I, 46, 59, 143

Edward III, 153, 168

Edward IV, see Plantagenet

Edward VI, 6, 28, 85, 214

Edward (fl. 1086, a thegn), 76

Edward (fl. 1086, tenant of the bp. of Winchester), 192

Edwards:
-, Geo., 161
-, John, 247

Edwin (fl. 1066), 172

Edwy, King, 6, 238

eel fishery, 40–1

Egbert, King, 235

Elcombe (in Wroughton), 105, 235, 237, 248–50
-, agric, 245–6
-, chap., 237, 250
-, ct., 248
-, cust. tenants, 246
-, Elcombe Hall, 240
-, farms, 246, 248
-, inc., 239, 245–6, 249
-, man., 235, 240–2, 246–8, 252
-, mill, 248
-, park, 246
-, pop., 237
-, prot. nonconf., 251
-, tithes, 250

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

electricity generating, 40, 71, 178

Elfheah (fl. 956), 238

Eling (Hants), see Paultons; Wade

Eliott, see Elliott

Elizabeth I, 37, 47, 73, 86, 95

Elizabeth, w. of John, earl of Kent, 143

Ellendune, see Wroughton

Elliott (Eliott):
-, John (fl. 1557), 9
-, John (fl. 1721), 34
-, Nic, 34
-, Thos., 34

Elmar (fl. 1066), 189

Elms Cross, see Westwood

Elsham (Lines.), 137–8

Elston (in Orcheston St. George), 209

Elstub and Everleigh hundred, 104, 105–7, 117–18, 129, 135, 140, 142, 147, 156, 159, 166, 187, 199, 206, 224, 235, 248; and see Everleigh: liberty

Elwes, Guy, 154

Emma, queen of King Ethelred, queen of King Cnut, 226

Emmerson, Thos., 146

Enbourne (Berks.), vicar of, see Lloyd

Enfield (later Royal Enfield) Motor Cycle Co. (later Enfield Precision Engineers), 230

Enford, John, vicar of Enford, 131

Enford, 105–7, 115–34, 116, 165–6, 174, 179, 197, 206, 217, 229
-, advs., 130
-, agric, 117, 126–8
-, boundaries, 115
-, bridges, 118
-, chant., 131, 134
-, chant.-ho., 131
-, chars., 131, 134
-, Chisenbury, East, q.v.
-, ch., 118, 124, 130–4, 160, 179
-, common meadows, 117
-, Compton, q.v.
-, Coombe, q.v.
-, cts., 107, 129–30
-, curates, 132
-, cust. tenants, 126–7, 129
-, dom. archit., 118
-, farm, 126–8
-, field systems, 117
-, Fifield, q.v.
-, glebe, 119, 124, 131
-, inc., 127, 131
-, Littlecott, q.v.
-, Longstreet, q.v.
-, man., 106–7, 119–32, 134
-, man.-ho., 118–19
-, mill, see Littlecott: mill
-, New Town, 117
-,-, dom. archit., 118
-,-, pop., 117
-, poor-relief, 130
-, pop., 117
-, prehist. rem., 117
-, prot. nonconf., 133–4
-, rectors, 130–1, 133
-, rectory, 124, 130
-, roads, 117–18
-, Rom.-Brit. rem., 117, 135
-, schs., 134
-, tithes, 124, 130–1
-, vicarage, 130–1, 147. 178
-, vicarage-ho., 118, 131
-, vicars, 124, 130–3; and see Alt; Boyer; Cooke, Wm.; Culpeper, Hen.; Enford, John; Fauntleroy; Jacob, Thos.; Jeay, Thos.; Prince; Westley
-, Water Dean Bottom, 117, 119, 121

'Engenold' (fl. 1086), 53

'Engenulf (fl. 1086), 53

English Farms Ltd., 204

Environment, Department of the, 128, 176–7

Ernie:
-, Ant., 87
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Titherley, 88
-, John, 191
-, Marg., w. of Ant., m. 2 Hen. Milbourne, 3 Rog. Yorke, 87–8
-, Wal. (d. 1721), 174–5
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1732), 174

Essex, earls of, see Bohun; Capell

Estcourt:
-, Amy, m. Alex. Haddon, 210
-, Anne, 210, 212
-, Edm. (fl. 1566), 60
-, Edm. (d. 1717), 210
-, Edm. (d. 1758), 210
-, Sir Edw., 210
-, Giles (d. 1587), recorder of, and M.P. for, Salisbury, 60,210–11
-, Sir Giles (d. 1668), 210
-, Giles (d. 1675), 210
-, Thos., f. of Edm. (fl. 1566), 60
-, Thos., s. of Edm. (fl. 1566), 60
-, Thos., grds. of Edm. (fl. 1566), 60
-, Thos. (d. 1746), 210
-, Thos. (fl. 1758), 210
-, Wal., 210
-, Wm., 210
-, fam., 212

Estcourt (firm), 88

Estecote, Wm., 210

estreats, 43

Etchilhampton, Rob. of, 191

Ethelred, King, 6, 28, 226

Ethelwulf, King, 238

Ethelwulf (fl. 854), 160

Eton (Bucks.), coll., 124, 250

Evangelicals, 164

Evans:
-, Arthur, 239
-, Cath., w. of Arthur, 239
-, Jas., 102
-, John, chaplain of Hindon, 102
-, Thos., 162

Eve, Rob., 149

Evelyn:
-, Geo., 137
-, Sir John, 137–8

Everard:
-, Beatrice, w. of Wm., 241
-, Sir Edm., 241
-, Eliz., m. Rob. of London, 241
-, Felice, w. of Sir Edm., 241
-, Marg., m. Thos. of Ramsbury, 241
-, Rob., 214
-, Susan, w. of Rob., see Topp
-, Susan, m. Rob. Everard Balch, 214
-, Wm., 241

Everett:
-, Jos. Hague, 110
-, Mr., 110

Everleigh, 32, 105–7, 110, 135–42
-, adv., 140
-, agric, 138–9
-, boundaries, 135–6
-, chase, 139
-, ch., 135–6, 140–1
-, common meadows, 138
-, cts., 106, 140
-, curates, 141
-, cust. tenants, 138
-, dom. archit., 135–6
-, farms, 110, 137–9, 147
-, field systems, 117, 135
-, forest, 139
-, glebe, 140
-, inc., 135, 138–9
-, inns, 136, 138–40, 225
-, liberty, 105–7, 109, 117, 129, 135, 140, 142; and see Elstub and Everleigh hundred
-, man., 106, 109–10, 136–40, 145, 169
-, man.-ho., 135, 137–8, 145
-, park, 135, 139
-, place-name, 135
-, pop., 109, 135–6
-, prot. nonconf., 142
-, rectors, 140–1, 149; and see Astley, Ant. Aylmer and Francis Bickley; Barnstone; Bergner; Cane; Eastman, Wm.; Jeffreys, John; Moine; Smith, Chas. Fred.; Starkey; Tesdall; Wallis, John
-, rectory, 113, 140–1
-, rectory-ho., 140–1
-, roads, 135–6
-, Rom.-Brit. rem., 135
-, schs., 142
-, sport, 136–7, 139–40
-, tithes, 140
-, vicarage, 140
-, vicars, 135
-, windmill, 139
-, woodland, 135–6

Evesham (Worcs.), 137

Ewen:
-, Mic, 193
-, Priscilla, see Smith

Ewias, Rob. of, 190

Exeter, duke of, see Holand, John

Exeter (Devon), 98
-, cath. ch., chancellor of, see Mervyn, Ric.

Eyre:
-, Ambrose, 30
-, Dan. Jas., 40
-, Eliz., w. of Rob., 217
-, Frances, m. Thos. Nelson (formerly Bolton), Earl Nelson, 32
-, Giles (d. 1655), 30–2, 40
-, Giles (d. 1685), 32, 41
-, Sir Giles (d. 1695), 32
-, Giles (d. 1734), 32, 34
-, Giles (d. 1750), 32, 34
-, Hen. (fl. 1661–76), 29, 41
-, Hen. (d. 1779), 32
-, Jane, see Snelgar
-, John (d. c. 1329), 205
-, John (fl. 1336), 205
-, John (fl. 1709), 34
-, John (fl. 1773), 35
-, John Maur., 32
-, Mary, w. of Rob., 30, 38
-, Rob. (fl. 1529), 217
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1735), 30–1
-, Rob. (d. 1752), 30, 38, 171
-, Sir Sam. (d. 1698), 30, 171
-, Sam. (d. 1795), 30
-, Susannah, w. of Wm. Purvis, 30
-, Wm. (fl. 1559), 217–18
-, Wm. (fl. 1647), 29, 40
-, Wm. (fl. 1660–1707, another), 29– 30, 40
-, Wm. Purvis, 30, 74
-, fam., 32, 171, 205

Eyre-Matcham:
-, Geo. Hen. Eyre, 30
-, John St. Leger, 30
-, Wm. Eyre, 30
-, and see Matcham

F.

Faccombe (Hants), 152

fairs, see Collingbourne Ducis; Downton; Hindon; Marlborough: wool fair

Falaise:
-, Alice, see Lingiur
-, Wm. de (fl. 1086), 69
-, Wm. de la (fl. 1231), 69

Falk, Oswald Toynbee, 214–15

Faller, Thos., 155

Fane-Benett-Stanford:
-, John Montagu, 89
-, Vere, 89

Farewell:
-, John, 226–7
-, Melior, w. of John, 226

Farleigh (in Monkton Farleigh), prior of, 243

Farleigh Hungerford (in Norton St. Philip, Som.), 226, 228, 233

Farley:
-, Alice, see Petefyn
-, Eliz., w. of John, m. 2 Ric. Ockeden, 216
-, John (fl. 1416–17), 216
-, John (fl. 1439–40), s. of John (fl. 1416–17), 216
-, John (fl. 1554), 32
-, John (fl. 1555, ? another), 216
-, John (fl. 15th cent., others), 216
-, Ric, 216
-, Ric, bro. of Ric, 216
-, Thos., 216
-, fam., 216

Farlington (Hants), 8

Farmer, S. W., 128, 153–4, 156

Farquhar:
-, Adrian, 34
-, John, 78–9

Fauconer, Wm., 87–8

Faulston (in Bishopstone, in Downton hund.), 3, 5–6, 12–15, 18
-, agric, 13–14
-, chap., 17
-, common meadows, 14
-, cust. tenants, 13
-, dom. archit., 6
-, farms, 8, 13–15
-, fishing, 14
-, glebe, 17
-, inc., 13–14, 17
-, man., 6–10, 13–16, 243
-, man.-ho. (Faulston Ho.), 6, 8, 13– 14, 17, 209
-, mill, 15
-, Pale, the, 13–14
-, park, 13
-, pop., 5

Faulston Ho. cttee., see Wiltshire, parl. cttee.

Fauntleroy, Wm., vicar of Enford, vicar of Overton, canon of Lincoln, 132, 201

Fay, Rob., 109

Feilding:
-, Basil, earl of Denbigh, 171
-, Eliz., see Bourchier

Feline, Magdalene, 180

felons' chattels, 43, 94

Ferrers:
-, Sir John (d. 1312), Lord Ferrers, 168
-, John (d. c. 1324), Lord Ferrers, 168
-, Marg. or Margery, see Quency

Ferrey:
-, E. B., 215, 221
-, Edm., 215, 221

Ferryman, R. A., 34

Fettiplace:
-, Geo., 144
-, John, 144

Feversham, Lord, see Duncombe, Ant.

Field, Ric., 144

field systems, see Bishopstone (in Downton hund.); Charlton; Downton; Enford; Everleigh; Fittleton; Fonthill Bishop; Fyfield; Knoyle, East; Netheravon; Nunton; Overton: Overton, West; Standlynch; Stockton; Wick; Witherington

Fifhide, John of (John son of Simon), 244

Fifield:
-, John of, 119
-, Sim. of, 119

Fifield (in Enford), 105, 107, 115, 118–19, 129–30
-, agric., 126–8
-, bridge, 118
-, cust. tenants, 126–7, 129
-, dom. archit., 119
-, farm, 127
-, glebe, 131
-, inc., 127
-, mill, 128
-, pop., 117
-, prot. nonconf., 133
-, tithes, 124
-, and see Longstreet: 'Fyfhyde'

Figge:
-, Ambrose, 65
-, Ambrose, s. of Ambrose, 65
-, Mat. (d. 1576), 65
-, Mat. (fl. 1622), 65

Figheldean, 124 n, 143, 147, 150, 168, 180; and see Ablington; Alton

film processing, 42

fire-control instruments manufacture, 230

firing ranges, 208; and see Netheravon; Rollestone; Salisbury Plain

fish farming, 41

Fisherton Anger, 179 n

Fisherton de la Mere, 212–13, 220–1 vicar, see Crockford and see Bapton

fishing, see Downton; Faulston; Fittleton; Fonthill Bishop; Haxton; Netheravon
-, and see eel fishery; fish farming; free fishing; salmon hatchery; trout farming; trout hatchery

Fiske, Rob. White, rector of Stockton, 221

Fison, Sir Francis Geof., 95

Fitch Lovell Ltd., 42

Fittleton, Sim. of, 121

Fittleton, 105–7, 177, 130–1, 142–5, 181
-, adv., 147–8
-, agric, 146–7
-, boundaries, 142
-, chap., 146 n; and see Haxton: chap.
-, chars., 149–51
-, ch., 143, 147–50
-, cts., 106, 130, 146–7
-, curate, 149
-, cust. tenants, 146
-, dom. archit., 143
-, farms, 145–7
-, field system, 117
-, fishing, 147
-, glebe, 146, 148
-, Haxton, q.v.
-, inc., 146, 148
-, inn, 143
-, man., 106, 130, 143–9, 190–1
-, man.-ho. (Fittleton Man.), 143–4
-, mills, 147
-, parks, 143
-, pop., 142–3
-, prehist. rem., 142
-, R.A.F. sta., 143
-,-, Rom. Catholic ch., 150
-, rectors, 146, 148–50; and see Bird; Buckenham, John; Hambledon; Hind; Jeay, Steph., Thos., and Wm.; Jenner, Steph.; Kay; Merchant; Morley, Thos.; Parkinson; Pearse, Thos.; Philips, Thos.
-, rectory, 141, 147, 178
-, rectory-ho., 143, 148
-, roads, 142
-, Rom. Catholicism, see Fittleton:
-, R.A.F. sta.
-, Rom.-Brit, rem., 142
-, sch., 150–1, 181
-, tithes, 148
-, Weather hill, 142

FitzEllis:
-, Isabel, see Beach
-, John, 56

FitzGerald, Hen. Martin, see Foster-Vesey-FitzGerald

FitzOsbern, Wm., earl of Hereford, 85

FitzPayne, Sir John, and his w. Joan, 243

Fitzroy, Hen., 137

FitzWarin, Lords, see Bourchier, Fulk and John

Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm., 10

Flambard:
-, Geof., 7
-, Rob., 7
-, Wal. (two of the name), 7
-, fam., 7

Flamston (in Bishopstone, in Downton hund.), 3, 12, 15–16, 18
-, agric., 12–13
-, chap., 17
-, ct., 16
-, dom. archit., 6
-, farms, 6–7, 11–15
-, Foxholes, 3, 13
-, glebe, 17
-, inc., 12, 19
-, man., 6–7, 12, 16
-, man.-ho., 7, 12
-, woodland, 3

Fleetwood, E. S., 76

Fleming:
-, Hen., and his w. Joan, 210
-, John, 145

flock-making, 232

Flower:
-, Geo., 173
-, Geo., s. of Geo., 173
-, John, 173–4

Folkestone, Vcts., see Bouverie, Wm.; Pleydell-Bouverie, Jacob and Jacob

Folye:
-, Adam de la, 123, 173
-, Christine de la, m. Gilb. de la Roches, 174
-, Hen. de la (fl. 1313), 123, 173
-, Hen. de la (fl. 1337, ? the same), 173
-, Isabel, w. of Hen. de la, 173
-, Joan de la, ? m. John Breamore, 123, 173
-, John de la, 174
-, Marg. or Margery de la, m. John Saucer, 174
-, Peter de la, 123
-, Ric. de la (fl. 1224), 173–4
-, Ric. de la (fl. 1275, ? the same), 173– 4
-, Rog. de la (fl. 12th cent.), 173
-, Rog. de la (fl. 1201, another), 129, 173
-, fam., 165

Fonthill Abbey estate, 86

Fonthill Bishop, 1, 77–82, 94, 98, 101
-, adv., 81
-, agric, 79–80
-, Baker's Farm, 78–9
-, boundaries, 77
-, chars., 82
-, Chicklade Bottom, 78
-, ch., 78, 81–2
-, cts., 80–1
-, curates, 81
-, cust. tenants, 78–80
-, dom. archit., 78
-, farms, 79–80
-, field system, 79
-, fishing, 80
-, glebe, 81
-, inc., 80–1
-, inn, 78
-, man., 78–9, 81, 86, 217
-, mill, 80
-, pop., 78
-, prot. nonconf., 82
-, rectors, 80–1; and see Madele; Olding; Trenchefoil, Ric; Wren, Chris.
-, rectory, 81
-, rectory-ho., 78, 81
-, recusancy, 82
-, Ridge, Little, 77, 79–80
-, roads, 78
-, sch., 78, 82
-, tithes, 81
-, woodland, 77–8, 80

Fonthill Gifford, 81, 98–9, 103
-, Fonthill Abbey, 79, 100; and see Fonthill Abbey estate
-, Fonthill Ho., 10, 79, 86; and see Chilmark: Little Ridge
-, lake, 77
-, man., 78–80, 86, 101
-, park, 77, 80
-, rectors, 81

food processing, 42

foodstuffs manufacture, 15

Forde, Thos., and his w. Nichole, 174

Fordingbridge (Hants), see Cridlestyle; Midgham, South

forester, 38

Forestry Commission, 112, 189, 192, 198

forests, 28, 36–7; and see Aldbourne; Chute; Everleigh; Melchet; New Forest; Savernake; Selwood
-, and see Cranborne chase

Forster:
-, N. M., see Arnold-Forster
-, Thos., 119
-, and see Foster

Fort, Geo., 89

Fortescue:
-, Sir Hen., 121, 148
-, Mary, see Darell

Fosbury:
-, John of, and his w. Alice, 190
-, Peter of, 145
-, Peter of (? the same), 190

Foster:
-, Hen., 226
-, John, 205
-, and see Forster

Foster-Vesey-FitzGerald, Hen. Martin, 215

Fotheringhay (Northants.), coll., 243 n

Fowle:
-, F. C, 192
-, John, 190
-, Rob., 190
-, Sir Thos., 190
-, Thos., nephew of Sir Thos., 190, 192
-, fam., 192

Fowler, Rob., 203

Fownes, Nic, 191, 193

Fox:
-, Hen., Baron Holland, 101
-, John, 56
-, Ric, bp. of Winchester, 33, 122
-, Sir Steph., 56–7

foxes, silver, 15

Foxholes, see Flamston

Frampton (Dors.), 88

France, war with, 124; and see Bec-Hellouin; Cormeilles; Grandmesnil; Ivry-la-Bataille; Lire; Neufmarché

Franchise, the, see Downton

franchises, see liberties

Francis:
-, Chas., rector of Collingbourne Ducis, 114–15
-, Phil., 190
-, Thos., and his w. Mary, 144

Franklin (Franklyn):
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Andrews, 190
-, Giles, 239
-, Ric, 247
-, Sarah, 240
-, fam., 240

frankpledge, view of, 1, 16, 43, 94, 106–7, 113, 130, 140, 147, 156, 162–3, 168, 178, 199, 206, 219, 232, 248

Free, fam., 198

free fishing, 73

free warren, 22, 36, 73, 119, 152, 160, 188, 192, 204, 214, 226

Freeman, fam., 247

Freshford (Som.), 228, 230–1, 234

friendly societies, see Downton; Netheravon

Frithustan, bp. of Winchester, 28

Frome, riv., 223, 230

Frome (Som.), 96, 202

Froud:
-, Anne, m. Franklin Newham, 65
-, Edw., 65

Fugglestone St. Peter, see Bemerton

fulling-mills, 40–1, 231

Fursbye:
-, Maur., 73
-, Thos., 73
-, Wm. (fl. mid 16th cent.), 73
-, Wm. (fl. 1645), 57

'Fyfhyde' (Fifield), see Longstreet

Fyfield (in Overton), 105, 107, 181, 183, 186–8, 192, 198–9, 203
-, agric., 194–5
-, boundary, 81
-, char., 203
-, ch., 183, 186, 199–202
-, Clatford bottom, 186
-, common meadow, 195
-, ct., 199
-, curate, 201
-, cust. tenants, 194
-, farms, 186, 194–5, 198
-, field system, 186
-, Fyfield Ho., 186, 192
-, glebe, 187, 200
-, glebe-ho., 200
-, inc., 195, 200
-, inn, 187
-, 'Little Fyfield', 186
-, man., 192, 194–5, 198–9
-, pop., 186
-, prehist. rem., 186
-, prot. nonconf., 187, 202
-, roads, 186–7
-, Rom.-Brit, rem., 186
-, sch., 203
-, tithes, 191–2, 194
-, Totterdown, New, 186
-, woodland, 198

G.

G.W.R., 164, 213, 237

Gabriel, C. H., 201

Gaby:
-, Edw., 124
-, Thos., 124

Gainsborough, earl of, see Noel, Wriothesley Baptist

Gaisford:
-, John, 227–8
-, Thos. (d. 1855), dean of Christ Church, Oxford, 227–8
-, Thos. (d. 1898), 228

Gale, Wm., vicar of Downton, 48

gallows, 43, 94, 130, 147, 162, 178, 199

Gallows hill, see Downton

Gambol, John, 141

Gapper:
-, Abraham, 145
-, Mary, see Gladman
-, Rob., 145
-, Wm., 145

Gardin:
-, Joan del, w. of Rog., ?m. 2 Geof. Scurlag, 53
-, John del, 53
-, Rog. del, 53

Gardiner, Steph., bp. of Winchester, 6,28

Garnier, Thos., rector of Little Hinton, rector of Bishopstoke, dean of Winchester, 163

Garrard, Wm., 110

Garter, Order of the, 95

Gattrell, Sam., 82

Gaunt, John of, earl of Lancaster, duke of Lancaster, 137
-, his w., see Blanche

Gauntlett:
-, Frances, m. Chris. Hill Harris, 74
-, Hen. (fl. late 16th cent.), 74
-, Hen. (fl. c. 1687), 74
-, Hen. (fl. mid 18th cent.), 74
-, John (fl. c. 1632), 74
-, John (d. c. 1687), 74
-, John (fl. 1747), 74
-, Mary, w. of John, 74
-, Maur. (d. c. 1632), 74
-, Maur. (fl. 1727), 74
-, Wm., 74

Gawen, John, 77

Gay:
-, Emilie, 223
-, John Thos., 223
-, Phil. de (fl. 1279), 161
-, Phil. de (fl. 1305, ?the same), 161

Gaynesford:
-, Dorothy, see Hugyn
-, Hen., 69
-, Thos., 69–70

Genuges:
-, Cecily de, 216
-, Ernold de, 216

Geoffrey, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Gerald, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Gerard, Wm. s. of, see William

Gerard, fam., 100

Gerberd:
-, Isabel, w. of Thos., 33
-, Thos., 33
-, fam., 33

Gerhardt, Mare, 137

Germany, see Cologne

Gibbon, B. W., 76

Gibbs:
-, Eliz., 161
-, Geo., 251
-, Jas., 176
-, John (d. 1788), 40–1, 74
-, John (fl. c. 1794), 41, 74
-, Osmund, 229

Giffard:
-, H. R., 190
-, Hen., 60
-, Sir Ric., 60
-, Wm. (d. 1129), bp. of Winchester, 10, 206
-, Wm. (d. c. 1597), 60
-, and see Gifford

Gifford:
-, Edw., 216
-, Eliz., see Osborne
-, Geo., vicar of Downton, 48
-, John (fl. 1565), 63
-, John (fl. 1582, ? another), 216
-, Maur., 216
-, Rob., 216
-, Thos., 216
-, and see Giffard

Gilbert, Wm. s. of, see William

Gilbert, Wm., 206

Gill, Wm., 180

Gillett & Co., 202

Gillingham, Ric, rector of Ham, 157

Gillingham (Dors.), 9 chant., 9, 14

Gimmings:
-, Agnes, see Merlay
-, Alice, w. of Wm., m. 2 John de la Bere, 8
-, John, 8–9
-, Nic. (d. 1282), 8
-, Nic. (d. 1349), 9
-, Thos., 8
-, Wm., 8, 63
-, fam., 8

Gladman, Mary, m. Abraham Gapper, 145

Gloucester:
-, Durand of, 173, 189, 196
-, Marg. of, m. Humph, de Bohun, 189
-, Miles of, earl of Hereford, 189, 200
-, Rog., earl of Hereford, s. of Miles, see Roger
-, Wal. of, 199

Gloucester:
-, duke of, see Humphrey
-, earl of, see Clare
-, honor, 243

Gloucester, 88
-, ch. of St. Owen, 199–200
-, Llanthony, priory, 200

Gloucester and Bristol, bp. of, 163,249

Gloucestershire, see Coin St. Aldwyn; Dursley; Gloucester; Lechlade; Newent; Newnton, Long; Shipton Moyne; Tewkesbury
-, Didmarton with Oldbury, rector of, see Cooke, Wm.
-, Doynton, rector of, see Coker, Thos.

Goddard:
-, Ambrose, 248
-, John, 244
-, R. (fl. 1857), 122
-, Ric. (fl. 1618), 192
-, Thos. (d. 1550), 190
-, Thos. (fl. 1582), s. of Thos. (d. 1550), 190
-, Thos. (d. 1598, another), 244
-, Thos. (d. 1704), 248
-, fam., 244, 247–8, 251

Godden, Eliz., 124

Godolphin, John Francis, duke of Leeds, 70

Godolphin, ctss. of, see Churchill

Godric (fl. 1066), 239

Godwin, Wm., 230

Godwin Bros., 230

Goff:
-, A. H. S., 33
-, J. G. S., 33
-, Jos., 33

Golding, Thos., 171

Goldney:
-, Gabriel, 231
-, Marg., w. of Gabriel, 231

Goldsborough:
-, Augustin, 88
-, John, 88
-, Rob. (d. 1581), 88
-, Rob. (fl. 1610), 88

golf course, 52

Gomel don:
-, Isabel, see Saucer
-, Thos. de, 174

Goodman, John, 192

Goodrich (Herefs.), 60

Gordon, P. J., 111

Gore:
-, Eliz., m. John Toms, 171
-, John, 171
-, Mary, m. Hen. Dawson, 171

Gorges:
-, Dame Dorothy, see Vaughan
-, Sir Edw., Baron Gorges, 30, 45, 73–4
-, Ric, Baron Gorges, 45
-, Sir Thos., 73

Goudhyne, John, 241

Gough:
-, (formerly Gough-Calthorpe), Fred., Baron Calthorpe, 99
-, Sir Hen., Baron Calthorpe, see Gough-Calthorpe

Gough-Calthorpe:
-, Chas., Baron Calthorpe, 99
-, Fred., Baron Calthorpe, see Gough Geo., Baron Calthorpe, 99, 103
-, (formerly Gough), Sir Hen., Baron Calthorpe, 99

Gover, Wm., 102

Grand, see Le Grand

Grand National (horserace), 140, 247

Grandmesnil (Calvados, France), honor of, 136

Grateley (Hants), 169

Gratwicke, Thos., 200

Gravel Close (in Downton), see Wick

Gray, see Grey

Green (Greene):
-, Chris., rector of Stockton, 221
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., 70
-, Francis, 70
-, John, 30, 56, 89
-, Kath., 181
-, Marg., 181
-, Wm., 70, 72

Green, the, see Knoyle, East

Greene, see Green

Greenfields, John, 216

Gregson, John, 201

Grenfell, H. F. P., 17

Grentmesnil:
-, Hugh de, 120
-, Ives de, 120

Gresley:
-, Chas., 122
-, Joan, w. of Thos., 122
-, Thos., 122

Grey (Gray):
-, Dorothy, see Bourchier
-, Enoch, rector of East Knoyle, 96
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1657), Lord Grey of Groby, 171
-, Thos. (d. 1720), earl of Stamford, 171

Grim's ditch, see Bishopstone (in Downton hund.); Downton; Stockton

Grimstead:
-, Cath. of, m. Ralph Buckland, 8
-, Edith, see Tablier
-, Joan, w. of Thos., 8
-, Joan of, m. Thos. Rivers, 56
-, John of (d. c. 1314), 56–7
-, John of (d. 1344–8), 56
-, Sir John of, s. of John (d. 1344–8), 56
-, John (unspecified), 57
-, Marg. of, m. Thos. Baynton, 8
-, Ric. of, 7
-, Thos. of (d. 1328), 7–8
-, Thos. of (d. 1328), s. of Thos., 8
-, Thos. of (fl. 1375), 56
-, Wm. of, 56
-, fam., 76–7

Grimston:
-, Edw., 32
-, Philippe, see Tiptoft

Grindham:
-, Adam de, 121
-, Adam de, great-grds. of Adam de, 121
-, John de (three of the name), 121
-, Marg. de, m. Rob. Turny, 121
-, Phil, de, 121

Grobham:
-, Joan, m. John Howe, 170
-, Marg., w. of Sir Ric., 123
-, Sir Ric., 93, 121, 123–4, 170

Grosvenor:
-, Eliz. Mary, w. of Ric, marquess of Westminster, 100
-, Octavia, m. Sir Mic Rob. Shaw-Stewart, 100
-, Ric. (d. 1869), marquess of Westminster, 100, 102
-, Ric. de Aquila (d. 1912), Lord Stalbridge, 86

Grove:
-, Anne, w. of Hugh, 125
-, Chafin, 125
-, Eliz., w. of Wm. Chafin, 125
-, Hugh (d. after 1650), 125
-, Hugh (d. 1655), s. of Hugh, 125
-, Hugh (d. 1658), s. of Hugh (d. 1655), 125
-, Hugh (d. 1765), 125
-, John, 125
-, Julia Chafin, 125–6
-, Mat., 125–6
-, Thomasine, see Mayo
-, Wm. (d. 1582), 78
-, Wm. (d. 1622), 78
-, Wm. (d. 1768), 125 n
-, Wm. Chafin (d. 1793), 125, 127
-, Wm. Chafin (d. 1859), 125–6
-, Wm. Chafin (d. 1865), 125
-, (sometimes Chafin Grove), fam., 125–6, 130

Guineville, Wm. de, 124

Guinness, Bryan, Lord Moyne, 110

gunpowder-making, 100–1

Gunter:
-, Ferdinand, 154
-, Marg., m. Thos. Brotherton, 154
-, Thos., 154

Gyett:
-, John (fl. 1514–15), 10
-, John (fl. 1576), 10

H.

Haddon:
-, Alex., 210
-, Amy, see Estcourt
-, Joan, w. of Thos. de, 53
-, Thos. de, 53

Haddon hill, see Knoyle, East

Hadfield, Geo., rector of Rollestone, 211

Haggard, Hill, 239

Hale (Hants), 33

Hall:
-, E. J. (fl. late 19th cent.), 30
-, Edw. (fl. 1767), 231
-, fam., 30

Halliday:
-, John, 227
-, Sim., 227

Halswell, Marg., 87

Ham:
-, Isabel of, 153
-, John of, 153
-, Wal. of, 153
-, Wm. of, 153

Ham, 105, 107, 143, 151–8
-, adv., 156
-, agric, 154–6
-, boundaries, 151
-, chars., 157–8
-, ch., 152, 156–8
-, ct., 107, 156
-, curates, 157
-, cust. tenants, 155
-, dom. archit., 152
-, East Court, 154
-, farms, 152–6
-, glebe, 156–7
-, Ham Cross, 154
-, Ham Spray Ho., 152, 154, 158; and see Ham Spray estate
-, inc., 155, 157
-, inns, 152
-, man., 152–6
-, man.-ho., 152–3
-, poor-relief, 156
-, pop., 151–2
-, prehist. rem., 151
-, rectors, 156–8; and see Burder; Darell, Nic; Gillingham; Newlin, Hen. and Rob.; Webb, Erasmus; Willowes; Wilmer
-, rectory, 156–7
-, rectory-ho., 157
-, roads, 152
-, Rom.-Brit, rem., 151
-, schs., 158
-, Spray, 151–3, 155–6
-, dom. archit., 152
-, tithes, 156–7
-, white horse, 151
-, woodland, 155–6

Ham Spray estate, 151, 154, 156

Hambledon, John, rector of Fittleton, 148–9

Hamilton, Wm. de, ? rector of Downton, 46

Hampshire, 19, 43, 194, 197; and see Alton; Andover; Barton; Bramshaw; Bramshott; Breamore; Candover, Chilton; Charford, North; Chilbolton; Cridlestyle; Dean, West; Droxford; Eastleigh; Faccombe; Farlington; Grateley; Hale; Hurstbourne Priors; Kilmeston; Mapledurham; Meon, West; Midgham, South; Mottisfont; New Forest; Paultons; Portsmouth; Ringwood; Romsey; Sarson; Shoddesden; Sparsholt; Stoke Charity; Ty therley, West; Wade; Waltham, Bishop's; Wanborough, South; Wherwell; Whitsbury; Winchester
-, Bishopstoke, rector of, see Gamier
-, Hurstbourne, prebendary of, see Jeffreys, John
-, Upham, rector of, see Tomblins

Hampshire Down sheep, 13, 147

Hampstead Marshall (Berks.), 153

Hamptworth (in Downton), 19, 22–3, 27, 35, 43, 48, 53, 59–62, 69
-, adv., 61–2
-, agric, 60–1
-, boundaries, 19, 59
-, ch., 61
-, common meadow, 61
-, ct., 61
-, cust. tenants, 61
-, dom. archit., 59
-, farms, 59, 61
-, Hamptworth Green, 59, 61
-, Hamptworth Lodge, 30, 32, 54, 60; and see Hamptworth Lodge estate
-, inc., 59, 61
-, man., 28, 33–4, 39, 53, 56, 59–61
-, pop., 59
-, prot. nonconf., 62
-, Risbury hill, 22
-, sch., 62
-, streets, 27
-, woodland, 61

Hamptworth Lodge estate, 29, 31, 33–4. 39, 60–1

Hankeford:
-, Anne, w. of Ric, m. 2 Sir Lewis John, 3 John Holand, duke of Exeter, 170
-, Ric., 170
-, Sir Wm., 145, 149, 170, 177

Hanydon, Hen. of, 109

Harcourt:
-, Sir Chris., 60
-, Joan, see Stapleton
-, Sir John, 60
-, Sir Sim. (d. 1547), 60
-, Sir Sim. (fl. 1579), 60

Harding (fl. 1066), 119, 240

Harding:
-, Eliz., see Clarke
-, Thos. (fl. early 18th cent.), 231
-, Thos. (d. 1721, ? another), 10
-, Thos. (fl. after 1795), 10

Hare:
-, Augustus, rector of Alton Barnes, 201
-, Hen., Baron Coleraine, 65–6

hare warren, 136, 139; and see rabbit warrens

Harman, Geo., 231

Harold, King, 109, 168

Harold (fl. 1086), 119

Harold (fl. 1086, ? another), 244

Harris:
-, Chris. Hill, 74
-, Frances, see Gauntlett

Hart:
-, A. D., 153
-, Cath. M., 153

Harthacnut, King, 226

Hartington:
-, John of, 191
-, Wal. of, 191

Harvey:
-, F. W., 189
-, Sir Ric, 125

Harwedon, Rob. de, rector of Downton, 46

Hastings:
-, Agnes, w. of Laurence, earl of Pembroke, 144
-, Hon. Aubrey, 247
-, John of (d. 1325), Lord Hastings, 144
-, John (d. 1375), earl of Pembroke, 144
-, John (d. 1389), earl of Pembroke, 144
-, Laurence, earl of Pembroke, 144

Havant (Hants), see Wade

Hawes, Francis, 188

Hawker Siddeley Diesel Group, 247

Haxton (in Fittleton), 105–7, 140, 142, 152, 170, 174
-, agric., 146–7
-, bridges, 142, 166
-, chap., 146, 148–9
-,-, adv., 148–9
-, ct., 147
-, dom. archit., 143
-, farms, 145–51
-, fishing, 147
-, inc., 147
-, man., 145–9, 170–1, 175–8
-, man.-ho. (Haxton Man.), 146
-, pop., 142–3
-, prot. nonconf., 150
-, tithes, 146–9

Hayes, John, 200

Haytor (Hayter):
-, John (fl. 1559), 95
-, John (fl. before 1723, another), 74
-, Thos., rector of East Knoyle, 95

Hayward:
-, Edw. (three of the name), 10
-, Geo., 10
-, Wm., 229
-, fam., 10

haywards, 110, 155, 199, 246, 248

Hazell, Wm. Francis, 137, 139

Head, Ant. Hen., Vct. Head, 9

Hearne (Herne):
-, John, 180
-, Ric, 181

Heathcote:
-, Cath., 210
-, Eliza, m.—Heathcote, 210
-, Geo. Wm., 210
-, Maria, m.—Wyndham, 210
-, Sam. (d. 1847), 210
-, Sam. (d. 1886), 210
-, Sophia, m.—Walsh, 210
-, Wm., 210
-, fam., 211

Helmstan (fl. late 9th cent.), 78

Hendy, Ric., 174

Henley (in Buttermere), 152, 155

Henry I, 178

Henry II, 85

Henry III, 124, 137, 143, 145, 162, 169, 199

Henry IV (formerly earl of Derby, duke of Lancaster), 137, 145, 168–9, 209
-, his w. Mary, see Bohun

Henry V, 95, 137, 172

Henry VI, 8, 137

Henry VII (Hen. Tudor), 242

Henry, duke of Lancaster (d. 1361), 112, 137, 169, 240
-, his dau., see Maud

Henslowe:
-, Ralph, and his w. Clare, 190
-, Thos., 190

herbage, 37, 39. 195

Herbert:
-, Anne, w. of Wm., earl of Pembroke, 189
-, Beatrix, w. of Sidney, earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 86
-, Charlotte, m. John Jeffreys, Lord Jeffreys, 204
-, Geo. Augustus (d. 1827), earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 191, 196
-, Geo. (d. 1895), earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 11
-, Hen. (d. 1601), earl of Pembroke, 189, 206, 214
-, Hen. (d. 1794), earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 11–12
-, Phil. (d. 1650), earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 8, 13, 17, 76
-, Phil. (d. 1669), earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 29
-, Phil. (d. 1683), earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 188–9, 191– 3, 204
-, Reg., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 189
-, Wm. (d. 1570), earl of Pembroke, 6, 29, 37, 139. 188–9, 191–3. 204, 214
-, Wm. (d. 1630), earl of Pembroke, 7, 193, 200, 241
-, fam., 193

Herdell:
-, Joan, w. of Ric., 99
-, Ric., 99
-, Rob., 99

Hereford:
-, earls of, see Bohun; Breteuil, Rog. de; FitzOsbern; Gloucester, Miles of; Roger
-, honor, 173, 189–90, 209

Hereford, bp. of, see Charlton

Herefordshire, see Goodrich

Herne, see Hearne

Herriard, John, 145

Hertford, earls of, see Seymour

Hewett:
-, Edw. (d. c. 1662), 10
-, Edw. (d. 1796), 10
-, John (d. 1805), 10
-, John (fl. 1840), 10, 13
-, Nic., 10
-, Nic., s. of Nic., 10
-, Ric. Panton, 10
-, Sarah, w. of John, m. 2 —
-,-, Chamberlain, 10
-, Sarah, w. of Thos., 10
-, Tabitha, w. of Thos., 10
-, Thos. (fl. 1632), 10
-, Thos., f. of Thos. (d. 1739), 10
-, Thos. (d. 1739), 10
-, Thos. (d. 1805), 10
-, fam., 10

Hicks, Mic., see Hicks Beach

Hicks Beach:
-, Henrietta Maria, see Beach (formerly Hicks), Mic. (d. 1830), 151, 176, 178–9
-, Sir Mic. (d. 1854), 145–6, 150, 169, 171, 179
-, Sir Mic. Edw. (d. 1916), Earl St. Aldwyn, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 144, 150–1, 170, 172–3, 177, 179
-, Mic. Hugh (d. 1916), Vct. Quenington, 144
-, Lady Susan, 144
-, Lady Victoria, 144
-, fam., 146–7, 150–1, 167, 170, 172, 175–6

Highway:
-, Ric. of, 241
-, Ric. of, grds. of Ric. of, 241
-, Wm. of, 241

Highworth and Swindon poor-law union, 163, 249

Hilcott (in North Newnton), 196

Hiles, Rob., 251

Hill:
-, F., 153
-, Ric, rector of East Knoyle, 96

Hillier, John, 115

Hillman, Rob., 124

Hillspan Group, 112

Hind, Mat., rector of Fittleton, 149

Hindon (in East Knoyle), 1, 80, 82–3, 84, 90, 94–5, 98–103
-, adv., 102
-, agric., 100
-, boundaries, 98
-, chaplains, 101–2; and see Evans, John; Jenkins; Yarworth
-, char., 103
-, ch., 81, 95, 101–3
-, ct., 101
-, curacy, 102
-, curates, 102
-, dom. archit., 99
-, fair, 98–101
-, farms, 100
-, foundation, 98
-, glebe, 102
-, glebe-ho., 102
-, inc., 100
-, ind., 98, 100–1
-, inns, 98–9
-, man., 99–101
-, mkt., 98–101
-, parl. rep., 98, 101
-, poor-relief, 98, 101
-, pop., 98–9
-, prot. nonconf., 103
-, rectory, 102
-, recusancy, 103
-, roads, 98
-, schs., 82, 99, 103
-, tithes, 95, 101–2
-, trades, 98, 100–1
-, vicarage, 95, 102
-, workhouse, 101

Hinton, Martha, 164

Hinton, Broad, 200, 250–2; and see Uffcott

Hinton, Little, 105, 107, 159–65
-, adv., 163
-, agric., 161–2
-, boundaries, 159
-, chars., 164–5
-, Charlbury hill, 159
-, ch., 160, 163–5
-, common marsh, 161–2
-, common meadow, 161
-, cts., 107, 163
-, curates, 163
-, cust. tenants, 161–2
-, dom. archit., 160
-, farms, 160–2
-, glebe, 163
-, Hinton, West, 159, 161
-,-, dom. archit., 160
-,-, inn, 160
-,-, sch., 160
-,-, 'West Town', 160
-, inc., 161–3
-, man., 160–2, 164–5
-, man.-ho., 160–2
-, mills, 162
-, place-name, 159
-, pop., 159
-, prehist. rem., 159
-, prot. nonconf., 164
-, rectors, 163–5; and see Coker, Thos.; Gamier; Lloyd; Nicholls, Peter
-, rectory, 163
-, rectory-ho., 163
-, roads, 159–60
-, Rom.-Brit. rem., 159
-, schs., 164–5
-, tithes, 163
-, water-meadows, 161

Hinton Charterhouse (Som.), 231
-, priory, 227, 231

Hitchcock:
-, John, 193
-, Rog., 150
-, Wm., 191
-, fam., 193

Hoare, Sir Ric. Colt, 136

Hodges:
-, Anne, m. Nic. Symmonds, 193
-, Dan., 193
-, Edw. (d. 1738), 193
-, Edw. (d. 1796), 193
-, Geo., 193
-, Hannah, m. Jas. Beezely, 193
-, fam., 193

Holand:
-, Anne, see Hankeford
-, John, duke of Exeter, 170
-, and see Holland

Holbeach (Holbeche):
-, Maud, w. of Wm., 121, 144, 148
-, Ric., and his w. Agnes, 63
-, Wm., 121, 144

Holland:
-, Harriett, w. of Sir Nat., 210
-, (formerly Dance), Sir Nat., 210
-, and see Holand

Holland, Baron, see Fox, Hen.

Holloway, see Knoyle, East

Honey Street (in Woodborough), 198

Honyland, John, vicar of Wroughton, rector of Hornblotton, 250

Hood, Sam., Baron Bridport, 34

Hooper:
-, Geo., 41
-, Geo. John, 115
-, Marianna, 115

Hope, Hen. Edw. Hugh, see Pelham-Clinton-Hope

Hornblotton (Som.), rector of, see Honyland

Hornby, Wm., 148

Home, Rob., bp. of Winchester, 86, 95

Horningsham, 215

horse-mill, 112

Horsey:
-, Eliz., see Sturge
-, Geo., 89
-, Jasper, 89
-, John (d. 1531), 89
-, Sir John (fl. 1544), 89

Horsham (Suss.), see Christ's Hospital

Horton:
-, Barbara, w. of Toby, 227
-, Edw., 226
-, John, 231
-, Margery, w. of Thos., 226–7
-, Mary, w. of Thos., 226
-, Thos. (d. 1530), 226, 231, 233 n, 234
-, Thos. (d. 1549), 226–7, 231, 233 n
-, Toby, 226–7, 231
-, Wm., 227
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 227
-, fam., 227

Horton, F. J., & Sons, 245

Hosier:
-, Anne, see Constantine
-, Ric., 123

Hosier Estate Co., 193

Hosier Farming Systems, 112

Hospitallers (Knights of the hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem), 174, 189
-, prior, 211, 220; and see Walter

hospitals, 137; and see Downton; London; Pewsey; Salisbury; Winchester; Wroughton: R.A.F. sta.

Hossack, J. G., 137

Houghton:
-, Anne, see Webb
-, Geo., 228

Houghton-Brown, Percy, 88

Howe:
-, Eliz., m. — Buck, 87
-, Sir Jas., 87
-, Joan, see Grobham
-, John (fl. 1623), 170
-, Sir John (fl. 1660), s. of John (fl. 1623), 170
-, John (d. 1742), Lord Chedworth, 170
-, John (d. 1804), Lord Chedworth, 121,123–4, 129, 170, 176
-, Jos., and his w. Eliz., 171
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1703), 170
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1730), 170
-, fam., 101

Huddles, Thos., vicar of Downton, 47

Hugh (fl. 1086), 190

Hugh the Ass, 244

Hugyn:
-, Dorothy, m. Hen. Gaynesford, 69
-, Eliz., w. of Hen., 69
-, Grace, m. Thos. Woodshaw, 69–70
-, Hen., 69
-, John, 57, 69
-, Ric, 69
-, fam., 70

Hulle, Phil, de la, 123

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 124

hundreds, see Amesbury; Blackgrove; Bradford; Branch; Cawdon and Cadworth; Dole; Downton; Dunworth; Elstub and Everleigh; Kingsbridge; Kinwardstone; Knoyle, East; Mere; Selkley; Studfold; Swanborough; Thornhill

Hungerford:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1522), 137
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1648), 227
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1711), 227
-, Eliz., see Keate
-, Francis, 161–2
-, Marg., w. of Sir Edw., 227
-, Marg., w. of Rob., Lord Hungerford, see Botreaux
-, Rob., Lord Hungerford, 78
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1449), 89
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1516), 139
-, Wal. (d. 1540), Lord Hungerford, 149

Hungerford (Berks.), poor-law union, 156

Hunt:
-, Anne, 123
-, Christian, w. of John, 153
-, Hen. (fl. 1649), 152
-, Hen. (fl. 1815), 123–4, 130
-, John (d. 1590), 153, 157
-, John (d. 1719), 158
-, Rob., 122
-, Sim., 123
-, Thos. (d. c. 1622), 123
-, Thos. (fl. 1649), of Ham, 152
-, Thos. (d. by 1656), 123
-, Thos., s. of Thos. (d. by 1656), 123
-, Thos. (d. 1711, another), 123
-, fam., 123, 153, 155, 157–8

Huntingdean, see Downton

Huntingdonshire:
-, Kimbolton, rector of, see Lydiatt, Thos.

Hunton:
-, Jas., 89
-, Ric, 90
-, Thos., 89
-, Wm., 89–90

huntsman, Waleran the, see Waleran

Hursley bottom, see Overton

Hurstbourne (Hants), prebendary of, see Jeffreys, John

Hurstbourne Priors (Hants), 194

Hussey:
-, A. E. (fl. 1910), 176, 180
-, Ambrose (d. 1849), 120
-, (afterwards Hussey-Freke), Ambrose D., 120
-, John D., 120
-, Thos. W., 176, 180
-, Wm., 120, 128

Hussey-Freke, Ambrose D., see Hussey

Huth, G. E., 152–3

Hyde:
-, Hen., Vct. Cornbury, earl of Clarendon, 86, 98
-, Dr., 114
-, fam., 101

I.

ice-house, 138

Icknield Way, 159–60

Idmiston, see Porton

Iford:
-, Nic. of, 227, 231
-, Wm. of, 227

Iford (partly in Westwood, partly in Som.), 223, 225–6, 230–1
-, bridge, 226
-, ct., 232
-, dom. archit., 225–6
-, farms, 227–8, 230
-, man., 227–32
-, man.-ho., 225, 225, 228, 231–2
-, mill, 225, 230–2

Ilam (Staffs.), 158 n

Ilchester, Ric. of, bp. of Winchester, 85

Ilsley:
-, Edm., 170
-, John of, rector of Patney, 207

inclosure, see under places

Independents, 96, 103, 133, 202, 208, 222

industries, see agricultural implement making; bacon curing; barrel timber; basket-making; brewing; brick-making; broom-making; carpet-making; chalk quarrying; clock-making; cloth-making; diesel cylinder making; edgetools; electricity generating; film processing; fire-control instruments; flock-making; food processing; foodstuffs; fulling-mills; gunpowder-making; internal combustion engine manufacture; lace-making; leather trades; lime; liquid-manure drill manufacture; malt-houses; maltmills; malting; metal-working; milking machine manufacture; motor-cycle manufacture; motor engineering; pallet-making; paper-making; paper-mill; pipemaking; saw-mills; silk twist; stone quarries; tailors; tanning; trade; trailer-making; weaving; wheel-making; wicker chair making

Ine, King, 135

infangthief, 43, 199

Infantry, School of, see Netheravon; Warminster

Ingelow, Benj., 87, 113

Ingham:
-, Aubrey, see Waleran
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Oliver, Lord Ingham, 60
-, Joan, Baroness Ingham, m. 1 Sir Rog. Lestrange, Lord Strange, 2 Sir Miles de Stapleton, 60
-, John of (d. by 1247), 59
-, Sir John (d. c. 1310), 60
-, Oliver (d. c. 1282), 60
-, Sir Oliver (d. 1344), Lord Ingham, 53, 60
-, fam., 53, 56

Ingham, Lords, see Stapleton

Inglewood (in Kintbury, Berks.), 177

Ingoldisthorpe:
-, Sir Edm., 53
-, Joan, see Tiptoft

Ings, T. G., & Sons, 37

Inkpen, Ric, 141

Innes, Edw., rector of Stockton and of Devizes, 221

inoculation-ho., 78

Instrument Production, Directorate of, 230

internal combustion engine manufacture, 247

Ireland, 47

Irish:
-, John, 74
-, Wm., 74

Isabel (of Angoulême), queen of King John, 29

Isabel, queen of Edw. II, 168

Isabel, dau. of Edw. III, 153

Italy, see Rome

Ivie:
-, Eleanor, see Pitman
-, Eliz., w. of Geo., 73
-, Geo., 73–4
-, Hugh, 73
-, Jas., rector of Ashmore, 74
-, Jas., s. of Jas., 74
-, John (two of the name), 73
-, Thos., 74

Ivry:
-, Waleran de, 240
-, Wm. de, see Lovel

Ivry-la-Bataille (Eure, France), 235, 240
-, abbey of St. Mary of Briaco, 250

Ivychurch (in Alderbury), priory, 9–10, 76–7

J.

Jackson:
-, Gilb., rector of Donhead St. Mary, 89
-, Ric, rector of Donhead St. Mary, 89
-, Rob., 148

Jacob:
-, Sir Hildebrand, 119
-, Thos., vicar of Enford, 132–3

Jame, Thos., 130

James I, 47

James, Thos., 202

Jarvis:
-, Alice, m. Giles Spicer, 174
-, Thos., 174
-, and see Jervoise

Jeay (Jay):
-, Anne, w. of Thos., 150
-, Benj., 144, 146, 148
-, John, 148
-, Mary, m. Hen. Edes, 144, 146
-, Steph., rector of Fittleton, 149–50
-, Thos. (d. 1623), vicar of Enford, rector of Fittleton, 121, 131–2, 144, 146, 148, 150
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1626), 121, 144, 148
-, Wm. (d. 1659), rector of Fittleton, 148–9
-, Wm. (fl. 1710), 174
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (fl. 1710), 174
-, Revd. Mr. (? Steph.), 149–50
-, fam., 149

Jee, A., 142

Jeffreys (Jefferies):
-, Charlotte, see Herbert
-, Hen., 202, 234
-, John (fl. 1564), rector of Everleigh, prebendary of Hurstbourne, 141
-, John (d. 1702), Lord Jeffreys, 204
-, Thos., 202

Jenkins, Geo., chaplain of Hindon, 102

Jenner:
-, Hen., 176
-, Steph., rector of Fittleton, vicepresident of Magdalen Coll., Oxford, 149
-, fam., 176

Jervoise, Thos., 99
-, and see Jarvis

Joan, sis. of John, earl of Kent, 143

John, King, 29, 215

John, duke of Bedford, 124

John, earl of Kent, 143, 145
-, his w., see Elizabeth
-, his sis., see Joan

John the miller, 206

John son of Peter, 242

John son of Simon, see Fifhide

John:
-, Anne, see Hankeford
-, Sir Lewis, 170

Johnson:
-, Hen., 73–4
-, Hen., s. of Hen., 73
-, John (d. 1799), 11
-, John (d. 1807), 11
-, Wm., 11

Jokyn:
-, Isabel, w. of Wal., 161
-, John, 161
-, Wal., 161

Jones:
-, Sarah, 164
-, T. V., see Booth Jones
-, W. H., vicar of Bradford on Avon, 234

Joyce:
-, Caroline, 228
-, Maria, 228
-, Thos., 228–9, 231
-, fam., 229

Juniper:
-, Vincent, 74
-, Wm. (d. 1569), 32, 34, 74
-, Wm. (fl. 1594), 32. 34

Jupe, Chas., 96–7

K.

Kay, Rog., rector of Fittleton, 150

Keate:
-, Eliz., m. Francis Hungerford, 161
-, Wm., 161

Keck:
-, Ant. Jas., 241
-, Eliz., w. of Ant. Jas., see Legh
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Calley, 241

Keevil, 227 n

Kellaway:
-, John, 60
-, Rob., 60

Kemble:
-, Hen., 244
-, Mr., ?f. of Hen., 244

Kennet, riv., 181, 185

Kennet, Upper (benefice), 200

Kennet & Avon canal, 188, 224–5

Kennett, Thos. of (? three of the name), 191

'Kennett' (regional name), 189

Kennett, East, 190–1, 198, 200

Kennett, West (in Avebury), 190

Kent:
-, Hester, m. John Chetwynd, Vct. Chetwynd, 189
-, Ric, 189
-, fam., 15

Kent:
-, earldom, 143
-, earls of, see Burgh, Hubert de; Edmund; John

Kent, see Beckenham; Dartford

Kent & Fleet (formerly Kent & Brogan), 15

Kervill:
-, John, 32
-, Wm., 32

Kettleby, Alice, m. Rob. Reeve, 145

Keynell, John, and his w. Christine, 171

Kilmeston (Hants), 8–9

Kimbolton (Hunts.), rector of, see Lydiatt, Thos.

Kimpton (Hants), see Shoddesden

King:
-, Edw. (fl. 1672), 10
-, Edw. (fl. 1729), 10
-, Fred. (d. 1893), 10
-, Fred. (fl. 1897), 79
-, Giles (fl. 1558), 11
-, Giles (fl. 1632), 11–12
-, Giles (d. 1711), 11
-, Giles (fl. 1723), 11
-, Hen., 79
-, Hugh, 10
-, John (fl. 1632), 10
-, John (d. c. 1746), 10
-, Thos. (fl. 1746), 10
-, Thos. (d. 1804), 132, 234

Kinghay, see Knoyle, East

Kingman, fam., 195

Kingsbridge hundred, 105, 235, 248

Kingsman, Ric, 202

Kingsmill:
-, Adam, 120
-, Sir Geo., 122
-, Sir Ric, 113
-, Sarah, w. of Sir Geo., 122

Kingston (Cambs.), 138

Kintbury (Berks.), see Inglewood

Kinwardstone hundred, 106, 152,156

Kitson:
-, Ric. (fl. 1678–91), 10
-, Ric. (fl. 1698–1701, ? the same), 171

Knap hill, see Alton Priors

Knight:
-, John, 218
-, Sam., 49
-, Wm., 218

knowledge money, 28

Knoyle, Reynold of, 87
-, his s., see Michael

Knoyle, East, 1, 80–1, 82–103, 84, 101–3
-, adv., 95
-, agric, 82–3, 89–93
-, Barn's (Baldwin's) hill, 82, 91
-, Bath, see Knoyle, East: Underhill
-, Blackhouse Farm, 87
-, boundaries, 82
-, chap., 86
-, chars., 97–8
-, ch., 83, 95–6, 96–7, 101
-, Cleeve hill, 82
-, Clouds Ho., 83, 87–90, 144; and see Clouds estates
-, cts., 1, 80, 94–5
-, curates, 95–6
-, cust. tenants, 90–1
-, dom. archit., 83, 85
-, farms, 85–93, 95
-, field system, 89
-, glebe, 91, 95
-, Green, the, 85
-,-, dom. archit., 85
-,-, inn, 85
-,-, prot. nonconf., 97
-, Haddon hill, 82, 91–2
-, Hindon, q.v.
-, Holloway, 83, 93, 95
-,-, dom. archit., 85
-, inc., 49, 82–3, 85, 90–3
-, inns, 83
-, Kinghay, 82
-, Knoyle Down Farm, 86
-, Knoyle Ho., 32, 83, 85–9
-, Lower Leigh Farm, 89
-, Lugmarsh, 92–3
-, Lushley, 92 n, 93
-, man., 78, 83, 85–95, 98–9, 101
-, mills, 93
-,-, windmill, 93
-, Milton, q.v.
-, par. council, 91
-, park, 83
-, Park Farm, 86, 94
-, poor-relief, 94, 98
-, pop., 83
-, prehist. rem., 83
-, prot. nonconf., 96–7
-, rectors, 83, 89, 91,93–7,101–2; and see Clifford, Sam. and Wm.; Grey, Enoch; Haytor, Thos.; Hill, Ric; Mervyn, John; Morpeth; Morwent; Rollestone, Sam.; Shaw, John; Trippett; Wake; Wren
-, rectory, 83, 95, 102
-, rectory-ho., 83, 95
-, recusancy, 96
-, Redhouse Farm, 85, 89
-, roads, 83, 94
-, schs., 89, 97, 145
-, Shaftesbury Lane, 82–3, 85, 91
-, Summerleaze, 83, 92–3
-, Summerleaze Farm, 86
-, tithes, 95
-, Underhill (Bath), 85
-,-, dom. archit., 85
-, Upper Leigh Farm, 89, 209
-, Upton, q.v.
-, Windmill hill, 82, 91, 93
-, woodland, 83, 90
-, workhouse, 94

Knoyle, East, hundred (liberty), 1, 80, 94, 101

Kymberle, Rob., 156

L.

lace-making, 42–3, 51

Lacock, abbey, 244, 248

Lacy:
-, Alice de, ctss. of Lincoln, m. Thos., earl of Lancaster, 137, 172
-, Marg., see Longespee

Lake (in Wilsford, in Underditch hund.), 124, 172

Lamb (Lambe):
-, Anselm, 200
-, Ric, 10

Lambard, Nic, 210

Lambe, see Lamb

Lambert:
-, Alice, w. of Wm., 171
-, Edm., 171
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., 171
-, Hen., 103
-, John, 87
-, Wm. (d. 1504), 171
-, Wm. (fl. 1556), 171

Lamont, J., 147

Lancaster:
-, duchy, 106, 108–12, 120–1, 137, 139, 145, 168–9, 171, 173,178, 209, 240
-, dukedom, 145
-, dukes of, 106, 170, 175; and see Gaunt; Henry IV; Henry
-, earldom, 137, 145
-, earls of, 170; and see Edmund; Gaunt; Thomas
-, honor, 169

Land Women, 196

Landford, 19, 35, 39, 61–2

'Langefyfyde' (Long Fifield), see Longstreet: 'Fyfhyde'

Langley Wood (now in Redlynch), 19, 23

Langton, Sir Hen., see Calley

Lansdown:
-, Christiana, see Topp
-, Ric, 214

Lansley (or Lousley), John, 115

Lapthorne, Mr., 180

Larkhill (in Durrington), 208–9 Royal Sch. of Artillery, 209

Larnach-Nevill, Guy Temple Montacute, marquess of Abergavenny, 6

Lavington, Peter, 174

Lavington, Market, 174, 205

Lavington, West, see Dauntsey's school

lawday silver, 36

Lawrence, John, see Uffenham

Le Grand:
-, Edw., 169
-, Wm. Lewis, 169

Lea:
-, Geo., 161
-, fam., 162
-, and see Legh; Leigh; Ley; Lye

Leader, Tom, 247

Lear:
-, Francis, rector of Bishopstone, archdeacon of Salisbury, 17
-, Thos., vicar of Downton, 48

leather trades, 41–3, 101

Lechlade (Glos.), 163

Leeds, duke of, see Godolphin, John Francis

leet jurisdiction (courts leet), 15, 43, 130, 147, 156, 163, 178, 219, 232, 248

Legg:
-, Jane, w. of Jos., 169
-, Jos. (d. c. 1716), 169
-, Jos. (fl. 1768), 175
-, Ric. (fl. 1576), 169
-, Ric. (fl. 1693), of Grateley, 169
-, Ric. (fl. 1736), 169
-, Ric. (fl. 1576–1693, others), 169
-, fam., 169

Legh:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Ant. Jas. Keck, 2 Wm. Bathhurst Pye, 241
-, Martha, see Bennet
-, Peter, 241
-, and see Lea; Leigh; Ley; Lye

Leicester:
-, ctss. of, see Amice
-, earldom, 109, 136–7, 168–9
-, earls of, 106, 120, 126, 140; and see Beaumont, Rob. de; Edmund; Montfort; Robert (three of the name)
-, honor, 108, 120, 124, 126, 137, 140, 145, 147, 168–9, 240, 248

Leicestershire, 120; and see Loughborough

Leigh:
-, Sir John, see Lye
-, R. C, 34
-, and see Lea; Legh; Ley; Lye

Leland, John, 24

Leofing (fl. 1066), 69

Leofwine (fl. 987), 226

Leslie, E. H. J., 225

Lestrange:
-, Joan, see Ingham
-, Sir Rog., Lord Strange, 60

Levesham, John, 169

Levric (fl. 1066), 244

Lewes (Suss.), priory, 172

Lewis:
-, Anne, 74
-, Chris., 74
-, Geo., 205–6
-, Ric, vicar of Netheravon, 179
-, Miss, 208

Ley:
-, Hen., earl of Marlborough, 120
-, Jas., earl of Marlborough, 120
-, and see Lea; Legh; Leigh; Lye

liberties (franchises), 1, 15, 106–7, 129–30, 147, 156, 162–3, 169, 178, 199, 206, 226, 248; and see assize of bread and ale; blindhouse; estreats; felons' chattels; frankpledge; free fishing; free warren; gallows; infangthief; leet jurisdiction; outfangthief; pillory; prisons; suit; stallage; stocks; tumbril; vee de naam; writs

libraries, 27, 238; and see reading rooms

Lichfield (Staffs.), cath. ch., prebend in, 46
-, dbury camp, see Chisenbury, East

Lidd, riv., 159

Liddington, rector of, see Moore, John

Light, H. W. M., vicar of Wroughton, 251

Lilford, Baron, see Powys

lime-making, 42

Linch, see Lynch

Lincoln:
-, ctsses. of, see Lacy; Longespée
-, earls of, see Roumare

Lincoln, cath. ch.:
-, canon, see Fauntleroy
-, prebend, 48

Lincolnshire, see Brocklesby; Elsham; Ravendale, East

Lindley (Yorks. W.R.), 33

Linford:
-, Joan, see Woodfalls
-, Thos., 33

Lingiur:
-, Alice, m. Wm. de la Falaise, 69
-, Phil., 69

liquid-manure drill manufacture, 219

Lire (Eure, France), abbey, 171–2, 175

Lisle:
-, Humph., 240–2
-, Joan, w. of John, ?m. 2 Geof. Rookley, 9
-, John de, 9

Lister (Lyster):
-, E. G., 226–7
-, F. V., 125, 129
-, R. A., & Co. Ltd., 247
-, Ric, 170

Littlecote, John, 210

Littlecote (in Ramsbury), 241

Littlecott:
-, Alice, m. Rob. Thornborough, 122
-, John of, 124
-, Ralph, 121–2
-, Sim. (fl. after 1484), 122
-, Sim. of (fl. 1333), 121
-, Sim. of (fl. 1360, another), 121

Littlecott (in Enford), 105, 107, 117, 126, 129–30, 134
-, agric, 128
-, dom. archit., 118
-, farms, 122–3, 128, 131
-, glebe, 131
-, inc., 124, 128, 131
-, Littlecott Farm, 122
-, Littlecott Ho., 118
-, Lower Farm, 123
-, man., 121–4
-, mill, 126, 128–9, 131
-, pop., 117
-, tithes, 124, 131

Llanthony, see Gloucester

Llewellins & James, 234

Lloyd, Nowes, rector of Little Hinton, vicar of Bishopstone, vicar of Enbourne, 163

Lloyds Bank Ltd., 168

Lock:
-, Rob., 87
-, Susanna, w. of Rob., 87

Lockeridge (in Overton), 105, 181, 183–4, 192, 194–5, 198–201, 203, 208
-, agric, 196
-, bridge, 185
-, ch., 200
-, ct., 199
-, cust. tenants, 196
-, dom. archit., 185–6
-, farms, 188, 190, 196
-, glebe, 196
-, inc., 196, 200
-, inns, 185–6
-, Lockeridge Ho., 186, 190
-, man., 189–90, 192, 194, 196–8,200
-, pop., 184, 186
-, prot. nonconf., 202
-, roads, 184–5
-, sch., 186, 203
-, tithes, 191–2, 196, 199–200
-, windmill, 198
-, woodland, 197–8

Lodden, riv., 82

Lof:
-, Rog., 244
-, Wm., 244

London:
-, Eliz., see Everard
-, Rob. of, 241

London,15–16, 49, 98, 157. 179, 219
-, aldermen, see Barker, Wm.; Chaplin, Sir Francis; Reed, Sir Bart.
-, bp., see Lowth, Rob.
-, cath. ch. of St. Paul, prebend in, 48
-, Charterhouse, 240–2, 252
-,-, governors, 241
-, citizens, 148, 249; and see Holbeach, Wm.; Topp, John (d. 1596)
-, City, 137
-, hosp. of St. Kath. by the Tower, 124–5, 127, 130–1
-, and see Christ's Hospital; National Portrait Gallery; Royal Academy

London General Assembly, 96

Long:
-, Edw., 126
-, F. S., 188
-, Gifford, 126
-, Hen., 110
-, Joan, w. of Thos., 126
-, Mary, see Lye
-, R. C. (d. 1869), 188, 192
-, Ric. (fl. late 17th cent.), 110
-, Thos., 125
-, W. (fl. 1870), 188
-, Wm. (d. by 1524), 7
-, Wm. (fl. 1656), 110

Long Close (in Downton), see Wick

Longespée:
-, Marg., ctss. of Salisbury, m. Hen. de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, 172
-, Sir Wm., 172

Longford, Nic, 249

Longford (in Britford), 73
-, Longford Castle, 30–1, 65; and see Longford estate
-, park, 62–3
-, water-meadows, 66

Longford estate, 28, 32, 38,41, 54–5, 57–8, 63–6, 70–1, 73–4

Longstreet (in Enford), 105, 107, 117, 126, 129–30, 133
-, agric, 128
-, Baden Farm, 123
-, bridge, 118
-, dom. archit., 118
-, farms, 118, 122–3, 128, 134
-, 'Fyfhyde' (Fifield), 'Langefyfyde' (Long Fifield), 117
-, glebe, 131
-, Grange, the, 123
-, inc., 128, 131
-, inn, 118
-, Longstreet Ho., 122
-, man., 122–3
-, pop., 117
-, sch., 134
-, tithes, 124, 131
-, water-meadow, 128

Lonsdale, V. O., 74

Loosehanger (in Downton), see Redlynch

Loretta, w. of Rob., earl of Leicester, 136

Lott:
-, John, 133, 221
-, John, s. of John, 221, 234

Loughborough (Leics.), 133, 180

Lousley, John, see Lansley

Lovel:
-, Francis (d. ? 1487), Vct. Lovel, 240, 246
-, Sir Francis (d. 1550), 32, 34
-, Isabel, see Ros
-, Joan, w. of John, Lord Lovel, 240
-, John (d. 1252), 240
-, Sir John (d. 1287), 240, 248
-, John (d. 1310), Lord Lovel, 240
-, John (d. 1314), Lord Lovel, 240
-, John (d. 1347), Lord Lovel, 240
-, John (d. 1361), Lord Lovel, 240, 250
-, John (d. 1408), Lord Lovel, 240–1, 250
-, Kath., see Basset
-, Maud, w. of John, Lord Lovel, 240–1
-, Maud, w. of Wm., see Maud
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1524), 32, 53
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1567), 32, 53
-, (or d'lvry), Wm. (d. by 1170), 240
-, Wm. (d. 1213), 240
-, Wm. (d. 1455), Lord Lovel, 240
-, fam., 235, 240–1, 246, 250

Lovell & Christmas (Southern) Ltd., 42

Lover (in Downton), see Redlynch: Warminster Green

Lowder, John, 17

Lowth:
-, Mary, w. of Rob., 110
-, Rob. (d. 1787), bp. of London, bp. of Oxford, 110
-, Rob. (fl. 1805), 110

Lucy, Godfrey de, bp. of Winchester, 85, 87, 95

Ludgershall, 108, 114, 119, 136
-, cast., 108
-, park, 108

Ludlow:
-, Sir Edm. (fl. 1599), 57
-, Edm., regicide, 85–6
-, John, 57
-, John, s. of John, 57
-, Geo., 57
-, Ric, 57. 63
-, Wm. (two of the name), 57
-, fam., 101

Luggere, Auger, and his w. Elisanta, 53

Lugmarsh, see Knoyle, East

Lukis, W. C, rector of Collingbourne Ducis, 114

Lupeyate, John, and his w. Alice, 174

Lush, Jas., 87

Lushley, see Knoyle, East

Lusteshull, Wm. de, 9

Lyas, Thos., 87

Lyburn House estate, 34, 39

Lydeard, Bishop's (Som.), 170

Lydeway (in Urchfont), 121 n, 132 n

LydiardTregoze, 235, 241–2, 246; and see Chaddington; Mannington

Lydiatt:
-, Thos., rector of Kimbolton, 57
-, Thos. Troughton, 57–8

Lye:
-, Agnes, w. of John, m. 2 John Pokerwell, 7, 12
-, Hen., 7
-, John (d. 1390), 7
-, John (d. c. 1452), 7
-, (later Leigh), Sir John, 7
-, Mary, m. 1 Wm. Long, 2 Sir Geo. de la Lynde, 7
-, Nic., 12
-, fam., 7
-, and see Lea; Legh; Leigh; Ley

Lye Green, see Westwood

Lymbernere, John le, 145

Lynch (Linch):
-, Jas., 30
-, John, 178

Lynde:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Geo. de la, 7
-, Anne de la, m. Rob. Williams, 7
-, Avice de la, m. 1 Sir Thos. Trenchard, 2 Gilb. Wells, 7
-, Edw., 7
-, Sir Geo. de la, 7
-, Mary, see Lye
-, Warborough de la, m. Thos. Morton, 7

Lyneham, 191, 193; and see Bradenstoke; Tockenham, West

Lyons barrow, see Bishopstone (in Downton hund.)

Lyster, see Lister

Lyttelton, Oliver, Vct. Chandos, 70

M.

Machine Gun School, see Netheravon

Mackrell:
-, John, 114–15
-, Rob., 144
-, Thos., 144

Macy:
-, Wm., 190
-, fam., 190

Maddington, 208–12

Madele, John de, rector of Fonthill Bishop, 81

Magdalen College, Oxford, 148–50
-, vice-president, see Jenner, Steph.

Maidstone, Rob. of, rector of Downton, 46

Male & Marchant, 231

Malmesbury, 238

malt-houses, 15, 40, 73, 78, 101, 220

malt-mills, 15, 40

malting, 42, 176

Manby, Hugh of, 170, 177

Manners, E., 239

Manningford Abbots, 140–1

Manningford Bruce, 140–1

Mannington (in Lydiard Tregoze), 246

Manton, Baron, see Watson, Jos.

Manton (in Preshute), 188

Maple:
-, John, 74
-, Maur., 54
-, Rog., 47, 54

Maple & Co., 31

Mapledurham (in Buriton, Hants), 194

March, earl of, see Plantagenet

Marchant, Edw., 120
-, and see Merchant

Marden, 207

Margadale, Baron, see Morrison, John Granville

Margaret, m. Saier de Quency, earl of Winchester, 136, 168, 177

Marine Mountings Ltd., 247

market gardening, 37, 162

markets, see Collingbourne Ducis; Downton; Hindon

Marlborough:
-, dchss. of, see Churchill, Henrietta
-, dukedom, 188
-, dukes of, 198; and see Churchill, John; Spencer, Chas. and Geo.; Spencer-Churchill earls of, see Ley

Marlborough, 114, 184–5, 202
-, bp., see Morley, Thos.
-, cast., constable of, 246
-, hosp. of St. John, master of, see Richardson
-, par. of St. Mary, vicar of, see Richardson
-, poor-law union, 199
-, priory of St. Marg., 190, 200
-, wool fair, 139

Marlborough Downs, 181, 183, 235, 237

Marsh:
-, Agnes, 161
-, Sam., rector of Patney, 207

Marshal, Wm., earl of Pembroke, 153

Maskelyne, M. H. N., see Story-Maskelyne

Martin (Martyn):
-, Hannah, 198
-, John, 9

Martyrs Memorial Trust, 140

Mary I, 6, 28

Mary, queen of Hen. IV, see Bohun

Mason:
-, Edith, w. of Edw., 174
-, Edw., 174
-, M. L., 125

Massey, John, rector of Patney, 207

Matcham, Geo., 30–1, 33
-, and see Eyre-Matcham

Matham, John, 169

Matheson, Serena, see Peto

Maton:
-, A. E. B., 122, 125
-, E. B., 131
-, Leonard (fl. 1587), 125
-, Leonard Pitt (fl. 1844), 111
-, Wm., 111
-, fam., 125–6

Matthew:
-, Ric, 29, 37
-, Tristram, 29–30

Matthews, Ric, 198

Maud, dau. of Hen., duke of Lancaster, 169

Maud, m. Wm., duke of Bavaria, 137

Maud, m. Wm. Lovel (or d'lvry), 240

Maunsell:
-, Mary, see Darell
-, Phil., 121, 148
-, R. S. D., 144

May:
-, Jos., 33
-, Jos., s. of Jos., 33
-, Mary, w. of Jos., 33

Mayo:
-, Edw., 78
-, Rob., 78
-, Thomasine, m. Wm. Grove, 78

Mead:
-, Chas., 88
-, Chas. Wm., 88
-, (alias Williams), Wm., 88

Mears, C. & G., 49

Mears & Stainbank, 49, 81, 96, 251

Meggott:
-, John Smith, 227
-, Susannah, see Dingley

Melchet forest, 22

Melksham, 110; and see Seend

Meon, West (Hants), 155

Merchant, Rob., rector of Fittleton, 148
-, and see Marchant

Mere, 87, 96, 98–100
-, hund., 1
-, park, 139
-, poor-law union, 94
-, and see Zeals

Mereacre Ltd., 189, 204

Merest, Jas., vicar of Wroughton, rector of Brandon and of Wangford, 250

Merewether:
-, Eleanor, see Adlam
-, John (d. c. 1649), 174
-, John (d. 1680), 174
-, John (d. c. 1689), 174
-, John (fl. 1720), 174
-, Mary, see Bridges

Meriet:
-, Eleanor, see Dun
-, Thos., 69, 71

Merkat, Peter, 110

Merlay:
-, Agnes, m. Nic. Gimmings, 8
-, Rog. de, 8

Merton, J. R., 123

Merton College, Oxford, 113–14

Mervyn:
-, Augustus, 96
-, Geo. (fl. early 17th cent.), 87
-, Geo. (another), s. of John, 88
-, Geo. (fl. mid 17th cent., ? more than one), 87
-, Geo. (d. c. 1680), s. of Ric, 88
-, Sir Hen., 78, 86
-, Jas. (fl. 1570), 95
-, Sir Jas. (fl. 1603), 80
-, John (fl. 1539), 80
-, John (fl. 1570), rector of East Knoyle, 95
-, John (fl. 1576, another), 88
-, John (d. 1601, another), 88
-, John (fl. 1670), 88
-, John (d. 1729), 88
-, John, s. of John (d. 1729), 88
-, John (fl. 1750, another), 88
-, Ric, chancellor of Exeter cath., 88
-, Thos., 88
-, fam., 79, 87 n, 88, 101

metal-working, 42–3, 101, 112

Methodists, 134, 181
-, Primitive, 18, 50, 59, 62, 97, 103, 115, 134, 181, 185, 202, 251
-, Wesleyan, 50, 59, 62, 115, 164, 187, 202, 234, 251

Methuen, Paul, 231

Methwold, Sarah, see Rolfe

Meulan, count of, see Beaumont, Rob. de

Meux:
-, Cecily, see Button
-, Hen. (d. 1883), 188, 192 n, 200
-, Sir Hen. Bruce (d. 1900), 188
-, John (d. 1568), 9
-, Sir John (d. 1629), 9
-, Sir John (d. 1657), 9
-, Lewis, 9
-, Ric, 9
-, Thos., 9
-, Wm. (fl. 1417), 9
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1507), 9
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1697), 9
-, Lady, 196
-, fam., 9, 186, 190, 192, 195

Michael son of Reynold of Knoyle, 87

Middlesex, earl of, see Cranfield, Jas.

Middlesex, see Whitechapel

Midgham, South (in Fordingbridge, Hants), 69

Milbourne:
-, Agnes, 87
-, Agnes, w. of Wm., see Chitterne
-, Edith, w. of Ric, m. 2 Edw. Twinyhoe, 88
-, Hen., 87
-, Marg., see Ernle
-, Ric. (fl. c. early 15th cent.), 87
-, Ric. (d. 1532), 87–8
-, Sim., 87
-, Sir Thos. (d. c. 1492), 87
-, Thos. (? the same), 210
-, Wm., 87

Mildenhall, 114

Miles:
-, John (fl. 1579), 123
-, John (fl. 1768), 175
-, Wm., 170

Milford:
-, Gilb. of, 32
-, Sir Steph. of, see Woodfalls
-, Sir Wm. of, see Woodfalls

Milk hill (in Downton), see Redlynch

milking machine manufacture, 112

Miller, Benj., 50

miller, John the, see John

mills, see bone-mill; fulling-mills; horse-mill; malt-mills; papermills; saw-mills; seed-mill; steam-mills; windmills; and see Alton Priors; Bodenham; Chisenbury, East; Collingbourne Ducis; Compton; Coombe; Croucheston; Downton; Elcombe; Everleigh: windmill; Faulston; Fifield; Fittleton; Fonthill Bishop; Hinton, Little; Iford; Knoyle, East; Littlecott; Lockeridge: windmill; Netheravon; Nunton; Overton: Overton, West; Overtown; Patney; Standlynch; Stockton; Westlecott; Westwood; Westwood: Avoncliff; Witherington; Wroughton

Milton (in East Knoyle), 80, 83, 85– 92, 94, 97, 102
-, agric, 90–1
-, cust. tenants, 91–2
-, dom. archit., 85
-, farms, 87, 90–1
-, inc., 91–2
-, man., 88
-, place-name, 83
-, pop., 83

Minster Lovell (Oxon.), priory, 250

Mitchell:
-, Chas., 43
-, Chas., & Sons Ltd., 43
-, J. G. S., 27, 30, 33–4, 43

Mitford, Ric, bp. of Salisbury, 71

Moffatt, H. C, 60

Moggeridge, John, 228, 231

Moine, Abraham le, rector of Everleigh, 141

Molyn, Amy del, 161

Mompesson:
-, Drew, 99
-, Jasper, 99
-, Ric, 99
-, Thos., 86, 93

Monkton Farleigh, 233; and see Farleigh

Montagu:
-, Eleanor, w. of Thos., earl of Salisbury, 143, 145
-, John de, earl of Salisbury, 172
-, Thos., earl of Salisbury, 143, 145, 172
-, Wm. de, earl of Salisbury, 172

Monterville, Wm., 170

Montfort:
-, Amice, ctss. of Leicester, see Amice
-, Hen. de, 226
-, Nic. de, 226
-, Rob. de, 241
-, Sim. de (d. c. 1188), 136
-, Sim. de (d. 1218), earl of Leicester, 168
-, Sim. de (d. 1265), earl of Leicester, 106 n, 108, 120, 137, 139,169– 70, 177, 240
-, Wm. de, 240
-, fam., 148

Montgomery:
-, Cecilia, w. of Geo. Augustus, 18
-, Geo. Augustus, rector of Bishopstone, 18–19

Montibus, John de, rector of Downton, 46

Moore:
-, F. R., 128
-, John, vicar of Overton, rector of Liddington, prebendary of Durham, dean of Canterbury, bp. of Bangor, abp. of Canterbury, 201
-, John (another), 122
-, Rob., 89

Moot, the, see Downton

Morgan-Smith, C, 192

Morgan's Vale (in Downton), 19, 23, 26–7, 39
-, char., 51–2
-, ch., 46, 49
-, curacy, 49
-, dom. archit., 26
-, glebe-ho., 49
-, inc., 26
-, ind., 43
-, inn, 26
-, Morgan's hill, 26, 36, 39
-, New Forest Ironworks, 43
-, place-name, 26
-, pop., 27
-, prot. nonconf., 50
-, sch., 51–2
-, streets, 26

Morley:
-, Francis, rector of Wroughtn, 860, 97, 250
-, Geo., bp. of Winchester, 86
-, Thos., rector of Fittleton, vicar of Bradford on Avon, bishop of Marlborough, 149
-, fam., 86, 101

Morlidge, John, 141

Morpeth, Steph., rector of East Knoyle, dean of St. Nic.'s chap. in Wallingford cast., 95

Morres, Wal., 225

Morris, Rog., 70

Morrison:
-, Alf., 10–11, 79
-, Barbara, w. of Geo., 60
-, Geo., 29, 60
-, Hugh, 79
-, Jas., 79
-, John Granville, Baron Margadale, 79, 86, 91, 95
-, fam., 79, 86

Mortimer:
-, Geo., 79
-, Sir John, 53
-, Marg., w. of Sir John, 53

Morton:
-, Thos., 7
-, Warborough, see Lynde

Morwent, Rob., rector of East Knoyle, president of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford, 95

motor-cycle manufacture, 230

motor engineering, 42–3

Mottisfont (Hants), 222

Mowbray:
-, Aline de, see Brewes
-, Johnde (d. 1322), Lord Mowbray, 7
-, John de (d. 1361), Lord Mowbray, 7
-, John de (d. 1368), Lord Mowbray, 7
-, John de (d. 1382–3), earl of Nottingham, 7
-, fam., 7

Moyne, Lord, see Guinness

Muffett, Kath., see Brown

Munday, Wm., 134

mushrooms, 230

Mussel:
-, Joan, m. John Brit, 99
-, John, 99
-, Phil., 99
-, Thos., 99
-, Wal., 99
-, fam., 99

N.

Nadder, riv., 3, 77, 80, 213

Naish, Edm., 189

National Coursing Club, 175

National Deposit Friendly Society, 137

National Portrait Gallery, 25

National Trust, 183, 185, 198, 226

Nature Conservancy areas, 186, 198

Nelson:
-, Edw., Earl Nelson, 70
-, Frances, see Eyre
-, Horatio (d. 1805), Vct. Nelson, 70
-, (formerly Bolton), Horatio (d. 1913), Earl Nelson, 31–2, 54, 58–9. 72
-, Mary Jane Diana, w. of Horatio, Earl Nelson, 72
-, (formerly Bolton), Thos. (d. 1835), Earl Nelson, 32, 54, 72
-, Thos. (d. 1947), Earl Nelson, 72
-, Wm., Earl Nelson, 32, 34
-, fam., 38, 70

Netheravon, 105–7, 129–31, 147–8, 165–81
-, adv., 178–9
-, agric, 166, 175–7
-, boundaries, 165
-, bridges, 166
-, cavalry sch., 143, 166, 177
-, chars., 180–1
-, Chisenbury, West, q.v.
-, ch., 124, 148, 166, 168, 172–3, 175–6,178–80
-, common meadows, 175
-, cts., 106, 168, 178
-, curates, 179
-, dom. archit., 167–8
-, farms, 167–8, 171, 175–7
-, field system, 166
-, firing range, 166
-, fishing, 167, 175
-, friendly soc. (Top Hat club), 167
-, glebe, 172, 175–6, 179
-, inc., 172, 176
-, ind., 176
-, inns, 167, 176
-, Machine Gun Sch., 166, 177
-, man., 120–1, 124, 144–5, 149, 167– 80, 209
-, mills, 167–8, 171, 175, 177–8
-, Netheravon Ho., 33, 166–8, 170, 177, 180
-, pop., 166
-, prebend, see Salisbury: cath. ch.
-, prebendal estate, 172–3, 176, 179– 80
-, prebendal ho., 167, 172–3
-, prebendaries, 172, 176, 178–9; and see Symmonds, Sim.
-, prehist. rem., 166
-, prot. nonconf., 180–1
-, public services, 168
-, roads, 166
-, Rom. Catholicism, 180
-, Rom.-Brit. rem., 166–7
-, Sch. of Infantry, 167
-, schs., 150–1, 168, 181
-, sport, 166–7, 175
-, streets, 167–8
-, tithes, 172, 179
-, Top Hat club, see Netheravon: friendly soc.
-, vicarage, 147, 172, 178–9
-, vicarage-ho., 167, 179
-, vicars, 178–80; and see Lewis, Ric.; Ring
-, water-meadows, 165, 176
-, woodland, 167, 176

Netheravon airfield, see Fittleton: R.A.F. sta.

Netton (in Bishopstone, in Downton hund.), 3, 5–6, 11, 13, 15
-, agric, 11–12
-, cust. tenants, 11–12
-, dom. archit., 5–6
-, estates, 6, 10–11
-, farms, 6, 11–12
-, inc., 12, 19
-, inns, 5
-, Netton Old Farmhouse, 11
-, Pitts, the, 5
-,-, dom. archit., 6
-,-, Pop., 5
-,-, sch., 18
-, Pop., 5
-, woodland, 3

Neufmarché (Seine Maritime, France), priory (formerly cell), 143–4, 146–8

Neville (Nevill):
-, Ernis de, 209
-, Geo., 8
-, Gilb. (d. 1294), 209
-, Gilb. (fl. 1344), 209
-, Guy Temple Montacute, marquess of Abergavenny, see Larnach-Nevill
-, Isabel, see Waleran
-, Joan, m.— St. Martin, 56, 59
-, John, 209
-, Wm., 59
-, fam., 209

New College, Oxford, 193

New Forest (Hants), 36, 39, 75
-, Godshill bailiwick, 39

New Town, see Enford

Newcastle, duke of, see Pelham-Clinton-Hope

Newcastle Estates, 6, 15

Newent (Glos.), priory, 243

Newham:
-, Anne, see Froud
-, Franklin, 65

Newhouse estate, 28,30–1,33–4,37–9, 74

Newlin:
-, Hen., rector of Ham, 157
-, Rob., rector of Ham, rector of Wroughton, president of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford, 157

Newman:
-, Cecilia, m. Geo. Button, 56
-, Geo. (d. by 1742), 56
-, Geo. (fl. 1822), 57–8
-, Joan, w. of Geo., 56
-, John (fl. 1566–7), 9
-, John (fl. 1628), 56
-, John (fl. 1677), 56
-, John (fl. 1677–1736, ? others), 56
-, John (fl. 1750, another), 57
-, John (d. 1822), 57
-, Lewis, 56
-, Rob., 56
-, Rowland, 56
-, fam., 56–7

Newnton, Long (now Glos.), 212

Newnton, North, 196, 206–7; and see Hilcott; Rainscombe

Newport, Fred., 251

Nicholls:
-, Jos., 137, 139
-, Peter, rector of Little Hinton, 163

Niel the physician, 124, 173, 176, 178

Nine Mile, riv., 142

No Man's Land (in Downton), 19, 22–3, 27, 49, 59, 61–2
-, boundaries, 27
-, dom. archit., 27
-, inn, 27
-, pop., 27
-, prot. nonconf., 50
-, sch., 62
-, streets, 27

Nobes & Hunt Ltd., 41

Noble, Geo., 193

Noel:
-, Eliz., m. Hen. Bentinck, earl of Portland, 140
-, Wriothesley Baptist, earl of Gainsborough, 140

nonconformity, protestant, see Baptists; Calvinists; Christian Brethren; Congregationalists; Evangelicals; Independents; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quaker; Unitarians

Norfolk, see Diss

Normanton, earls of, 122, 173; and see Agar

Northamptonshire, see Fotheringhay; Weedon

Norton Bavant, 210

Norton St. Philip (Som.), 234; and see Farleigh Hungerford

Not:
-, Agnes, see Dun
-, Hen., 69

Nottingham, earl of, see Mowbray,
-, John de

Nowlson:
-, Jos., 10
-, Maria, see Clarke

Noyes:
-, Eleanor, w. of Ric, 57
-, Emma, 51–2, 59
-, Hen., 57
-, Hen., s. of Hen., 57
-, Hen. (others), 57
-, Joan, see Bacon
-, John, 57
-, Ric. (fl. 1628), 57
-, Ric. (fl. 1653, another), 57
-, Wm., 89, 173
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 89, 173
-, —, widow, 57
-, fam., 57

Nunton (in Downton), 19, 23, 43, 45–6, 57, 62–8
-, agric, 35, 65–6
-, bridge, 37, 62
-, ch., 46, 48, 62, 66–7
-, curates, 67
-, cust. tenants, 28, 65
-, dom. archit., 62–3
-, estates, 64–5
-, farms, 64–6
-, field system, 35
-, glebe-ho., 47, 67–8
-, inc., 62 n, 65
-, inn, 63
-, Lower Nunton farm-ho., 64
-, mill, 62, 66
-, Nunton Ho., 64
-, poor-relief, 66
-, pop., 62
-, prot. nonconf., 67
-, rectory-ho., 67
-, roads, 62
-, sch., 67–8
-, tithes, 47, 66–7
-, water-meadows, 65–6
-, woodland, 62

Nuth:
-, Arthur, 139
-, Benj., 139

nuts, 155

Nuttall & Co., 25

O.

Oaksey:
-, Agnes, w. of Ric. of, 161
-, Herb, of, 161
-, Ric. of (d. by 1249), 161
-, Ric. of (? otherwise Ric. of Earlscourt, fl. 1275), 159 n

Ockeden:
-, Eliz., see Farley
-, Ric, 216

Odstock, 19, 33, 40, 49, 60, 62, 66–8

Offa, King, 27

Offer, Steph., 181

officers, manorial, see ale-tasters; forester; haywards; woodreeve; woodwards

Officers' Fishing Association, 175

Offley, Frances, 124

Ogbourne:
-, estate, 124
-, prior, 130; and see St. Vaast
-, priory, 117
-, proctor, 129

Ogbourne St. Andrew, see Rockley

Old Park, see Downton

Oldbury (Glos.), incumbent of, see Cooke, Wm.

Olding, Rob., rector of Fonthill Bishop, 81

Olympia Agricultural Co. Ltd., 188–9, 200

Orange, Wm. of, see William III

Orcheston St. George, see Elston

Orcheston St. Mary, rector of, see Rollestone, Hen. of

Ordlaf (fl. 900), 78

Osborne:
-, Alice, ?w. of John, 216
-, Eliz., m. Edw. Gifford, 216
-, Gregory, 216
-, John (three of the name), 216
-, Rob., 216
-, fam., 216

Osmod, 192
-, his w., see Ceolwen

Osmond, Wm., 72

Ossulston, Lord, see Bennet, Chas.

Oswulf (fl. late gth cent.), 78

outfangthief, 43, 199

Overton, Sam., 115

Overton, 105, 181–203, 182
-, adv., 199–200
-, Alton Priors, q.v.
-, char., 203
-, ch., 105,160, 181, 185, 191, 199– 202
-, Clatford Park, q.v.
-, curates, 201
-, farms, 188
-, Fyfield, q.v.
-, glebe, 196, 200
-, Hursley bottom, 184
-, Lockeridge, q.v.
-, man., 188–94
-, Overton, East, 105, 107, 181, 183, 192, 199
-,-, agric, 194–5, 197
-,-, bridge, 185
-,-, common meadow, 195
-,-, ct., 199
-,-, cust. tenants, 194
-,-, farms, 188–9, 194–6, 198, 200
-,-, glebe, 200
-,-, inc., 195, 200
-,-, inn, 185
-,-, man., 188–92, 194–6, 198–200, 205
-,-, Old Manor, 185, 189
-,-, pop., 184, 186
-,-, tithes, 191, 194
-,-, water-meadows, 195
-,-, woodland, 197–8
-, Overton, West, 105, 181, 183–6, 194, 199–200, 203
-,-, agric, 195–6
-,-, bridge, 185
-,-, char., 203
-,-, common meadow, 195–6
-,-, ct., 199
-,-, cust. tenants, 195
-,-, dom. archit., 185, 209
-,-, farms, 189, 195–6, 198
-,-, field systems, 184
-,-, inc., 184, 196
-,-, inn, 185
-,-, man., 183, 189, 191–2, 195, 198, 200
-,-, mill, 195, 198; windmill, 198
-,-, pop., 184
-,-, prehist. rem., 184
-,-, prot. nonconf., 185, 202
-,-, roads, 184–5
-,-, Rom.-Brit. rem., 184
-,-, tithes, 191, 200
-,-, water-meadows, 196
-,-, West Overton Farm, 185, 189
-,-, West Woods, 183–4, 188, 198
-,-, woodland, 183, 198
-, Overton Heath, q.v.
-, Pickledean, 184, 198
-, prot. nonconf., 202
-, rectory, 191, 200
-, schs., 202–3
-, Shaw, q.v.
-, Stowell, West, q.v.
-, tithes, 191–2, 196, 200
-, vicarage, 199–200
-, vicarage-ho., 185, 200
-, vicars, 196, 199–201; and see Fauntleroy; Moore, John
-, water-meadows, 184
-, woodland, 197–8

Overton Heath (in Overton), 181, 183, 186–7, 189, 195
-, farm, 189, 196
-, pop., 186
-, prot. nonconf., 187, 202

Overtown (in Wroughton), 105, 235, 237, 243, 248
-, agric, 246–7
-, ct., 248
-, farms, 243–4, 246–7
-, man., 239, 241–4, 248
-, mill, 247
-, Overtown Ho., 243, 247
-, Overtown Man., 244, 247
-, place-name, 243
-, pop., 237

Overy:
-, Alex., 74
-, John, 74
-, Ric, 74

Oxford, earls of, see Vere

Oxford, 149, 160
-, bp., 81, 95, 156, 207, 220; and see Lowth, Rob.
-, Bodleian Library, keeper of, see Younger
-, university, 64, 141, 211, 222
-, colleges, see Brasenose; Christ Church; Corpus Christi; Magdalen; Merton; New College

Oxfordshire, see Minster Lovell; Sandford

oyer and terminer, commission of, 13

P.

Paccombe, see Downton

Pace, Ric, 163

Pakenham:
-, Sir John, 9
-, Marg., see Bramshott

Pale, the, see Faulston

pallet-making, 43

Palmer:
-, Francis, 33
-, Sir Rog., 86

Palmer, Mark, & Son, 42

pannage, 39

paper-making, 42

paper-mills, 40, 66

parish, church, and village halls and rooms, 5, 17, 25–7, 51, 85–6, 134, 165

park:
-, Eliz., see Dun
-, John, 69

Parker:
-, Geo., 144
-, J. T., 193
-, Rob., rector of Patney, 207

Parkinson, John, rector of Fittleton, 149

parks, see Barford; Bodenham; Clatford Park; Downton; Elcombe; Everleigh; Faulston; Fittleton; Fonthill Gifford; Knoyle, East; Longford; Ludgershall; Mere; Redlynch (and s.v. Loosehanger); Savernake; Standlynch; Stockton; Whiteparish

Parliament:
-, Commons, 101
-, Long Parliament, 45

Parnel, w. of Rob., earl of Leicester, 136, 172

Parry, Geo., 110

Parslo, Edwin, 244

Partridge:
-, Dora, see Carrington
-, Ralph, 154

Passion:
-, Edw., 189
-, Jane or Joan, see Dismore

Patney, 105, 107, 127, 197–8, 203–8
-, adv., 206–7
-, agric, 205–6
-, bridges, 203–4
-, ch., 206–8
-, common meadows, 203, 205
-, ct., 206
-, curates, 207
-, cust. tenants, 205
-, dom. archit., 204
-, farms, 204–7
-, glebe, 207
-, inc., 206–7
-, man., 192–3, 196–7, 199, 203–6
-, Manor Farm, 204
-, mill, 198, 204, 206
-, poor-relief, 206
-, pop., 203
-, prot. nonconf., 208
-, rly. sta., 204
-, rectors, 206–7; and see Bigge; Ilsley, John of; Marsh, Sam.; Massey; Parker, Rob.; Romsey, Thos.; Wedderburn
-, rectory, 207
-, rectory-ho., 204, 207
-, roads, 203–4
-, sch., 204, 208
-, tithes, 207

Patshull (Staffs.), 137

Paulet:
-, Chas. Ingoldsby, marquess of Winchester, 86
-, Ric, 200

Paultons (in Eling, Hants), 17

Pavey, Phil., 247

Pearse (Pearce):
-, Ann, 134
-, Thos., rector of Fittleton, 150–1

Pedeleure, John, 216

Pelham-Clinton-Hope, Hen. Edw. Hugh, duke of Newcastle, 6

Pembroke:
-, earldom, 144
-, earls of, 3, 6–8, 15, 29, 76, 188–9, 191–3, 196, 199, 204, 206;and see Hastings; Herbert; Marshal

Pembroke and Montgomery, earls of, 9–11, 13–14, 16; and see Herbert

Peniston, John, 96

Penruddock, Sir Geo., 11

Penruddock's rising, 125

Pens worth (in Downton), see Redlynch

Perkins:
-, John, 145
-, John, s. of John, 145, 147
-, Sam., 231
-, Sarah, 231
-, Thos., 231

Perry:
-, Edw., 99
-, Jas., 99

Pertwood, 82, 88, 95, 102

pest-house, 249

Petar, Chas., 112

Petefyn:
-, Alice, m. Ric. Farley, 216
-, John, and his w. Joan, 216

Peter, John s. of, see John

Peto:
-, H. A., 226, 228
-, J. M. (Sir Mic), 228, 234
-, Sarah M., m. Clement Crossley, 228
-, Serena, m. Torquhil Alex. Matheson, 228

Petre:
-, John, 119, 132
-, Thos., 119, 132
-, fam., 119

Pettit, Rob., 53

Pewsey, 105, 135–6, 202
-, hosp., 194
-, poor-law union, 113, 130, 140, 147, 178, 199
-, rural district council, 168, 193

Pewsey Vale, 166, 187

Philips (Phillips):
-, A. J., 125
-, Thos., rector of Fittleton, 148

Philpot:
-, Sir Geo., 110
-, Sir Hen., 110
-, Sir John, 110
-, Thos., 110

Phipps:
-, Sir Eric, 193–4
-, Frances, w. of Sir Eric, 202

physician, Niel the, see Niel

Pickett:
-, Thos., 251
-, Wm., 251

Pickford, H. H., 204

Pickledean, see Overton

Pike:
-, Geo., 111
-, Harry, 111

Pile:
-, Gabriel, 172
-, Thos., 172

Pilk, Amfelice, 244

pillory, 43, 94, 101

Pinchard:
-, John (d. c. 1760), 214
-, John (fl. 1815), 214, 218
-, Wm. Price (fl. 1841), 214
-, Wm. Wansborough (d. 1815), 214, 218
-, fam., 215

Pinckney (Pinkney):
-, J. G., 70
-, Wm., 136, 139

Pinhorne:
-, Abraham, 65
-, Wm., 65

Pinkney, see Pinckney

Pinniger, Wm., 171

Pipard:
-, Agnes, see Cok
-, Rob., 143

pipe-making, 42

Piper, Eliz., 115

Pitman:
-, Eleanor, m. John Ivie, 73
-, Ric, 162

Pitt, Wm., earl of Chatham, 204

Pitts, the (in Bishopstone, in Downton hund.), see Netton

Plantagenet, Edw., earl of March (later Edward IV), 139

Pleydell-Bouverie:
-, Anne, see Duncombe
-, Eglantine, m. Sir Augustus Keppel Stephenson, 64
-, (formerly Bouverie), Jacob (d. 1828), earl of Radnor, 29–30, 34–5, 38, 56, 64, 66, 73, 206
-, Jacob (d. 1889), Vet. Folkestone, earl of Radnor, 29, 57, 59, 63, 66, 74, 76
-, Jacob (d. 1930), earl of Radnor, 64, 73, 204
-, Jacob (fl. 1975), Vet. Folkestone, earl of Radnor, 32, 70
-, Wm. (d. 1869), earl of Radnor, 46, 58, 205
-, Wm. (d. 1968), earl of Radnor, 64
-, fam., 45

Plymouth (Devon), 15

Pokerwell:
-, Agnes, see Lye
-, John, 7

Pole:
-, Aubrey de, see Waleran
-, Rob. de, 59

Polhampton:
-, Adam, 154
-, Anne, w. of John, 153
-, Christine, w. of Geof., 153, 156
-, Edm., 155
-, Geof., 153, 156
-, John (d. c. 1619), 153
-, John, s. of John (d. c. 1619), 153
-, John (fl. 1668), 153
-, Marg., w. of Ric, 153
-, Ric. (d. 1317), 153
-, Ric. (fl. 1320), 153
-, Wm., 153
-, fam., 153

Ponet, John, bp. of Winchester, 6, 28, 85

Ponsonby, M. C, see Talbot-Ponsonby

Ponting, C. E., 49, 132, 150, 180, 186, 201, 203

Pontoise, John of, bp. of Winchester, 46, 214

Poole, J. H. E., 189

Poore:
-, Anna Maria, w. of Rob. Montagu, m. 2 Mark Ant. Saurin, 121, 124
-, John (fl. 1809), 128
-, Sir John Methuen (d. 1820), 129
-, John Montagu (d. 1808), 121, 124
-, Rob. (d. 1918), 121, 131
-, Rob. Montagu (d. c. 1837), 121 124, 129
-, fam., 128, 133

Porter:
-, And. (fl. 1282), 216
-, And. (fl. 1309), of Sparsholt, 216
-, Edw., 216
-, Ric, 216
-, Thos. le (fl. 1236), 216
-, Thos. (fl. 1282), 216
-, Thos. (d. 1392), 216
-, fam., 216

Portland, Adam of, and his w. Isabel, 153

Portland:
-, dukes of, 140; and see Bentinck, Wm.
-, earl of, see Bentinck, Hen.

Porton (in Idmiston), 212

Portsmouth (Hants), 88

Potter:
-, Nic, 40
-, Wm., 40

Potticary:
-, Chris., 215–16, 218
-, Jerome (d. 1596), 215, 217
-, Jerome (fl. 1615), 215
-, Ric, 219
-, fam., 219

Poughley (in Chaddleworth, Berks.), priory, 132 n

Poulshot:
-, Adam of, 148
-, Agnes, see Coombe

Poulshot, 125

poultry farming, see turkeys

Powell:
-, Hugh (fl. 1572), 130
-, Hugh (fl. 1587, ?the same), 178
-, Phil., 130

Powys, Thos., Baron Lilford, 206

Pratt, T. W., 210

prehistoric remains, see Alton Priors; Bishopstone (in Downton hund.); Collingbourne Ducis; Downton; Enford; Fittleton; Fyfield; Ham; Hinton, Little; Knoyle, East; Netheravon; Overton: Overton, West; Rollestone; Stockton; Westwood; Wroughton

Presbyterians, 67, 114, 181

Preshute, 186, 188, 198; and see Clatford; Manton

priest, Spirtes the, see Spirtes

Prince, John, vicar of Enford, 134

prisons, 106–7, 129, 140, 206

Provence, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

Puckshipton (in Beechingstoke), 32–3, 53, 122

Pugin, A. W. N., 18

Pullen, H. C, 111

Pumphrey, Edw., 195, 198

Purdue:
-, Rog. (d. 1640), 133
-, Rog. (d. 1690), 202
-, Wm., 67, 158, 251

Purton, 164

Pye:
-, Eliz., see Legh
-, (later Bennet), Wm. Bathhurst, 241

Pyncombe, Mrs., 179

Pynsent, Sir Wm., 193, 204

Pythouse estate, 87, 92–3

Q.

Quaker, 251

quarter sessions, see Wiltshire

Queen Anne's Bounty, 49, 58, 102, 179, 249

Queens' College, Cambridge, 138

Quemerford (in Calne), 191

Quency:
-, Eliz. or Isabel de, m. Alex. Comyn, earl of Buchan, 168–9,171, 209
-, Helen or Ellen de, m. Sir Alan de la Zouche, 168
-, Marg., w. of Saier de, see Margaret
-, Marg. or Margery de, m. Wm. de Ferrers, earl of Derby, 168, 170, 209
-, Rog. de, earl of Winchester, 168– 71, 177–8, 209, 240
-, Saier de, earl of Winchester, 120, 136, 168, 177, 240

Quenington, Vet., see Hicks Beach, Mic. Hugh

Quidhampton (in Wroughton), 235, 237
-, chap., 237, 250
-, farm, 246, 251
-, man., 241–2
-, man.-ho., 237

Quintin (Quintyn):
-, Margery, 161
-, Mic, 242
-, Ric. (fl. 1243), 189
-, Ric. (fl. 1275, ? another), 189

R.

R.A.F. stations, see Fittleton; Rollestone; Upavon; Wroughton

rabbit warrens, 13, 75, 139, 195, 246; and see hare warren

racehorse training, 140, 195, 198, 247

Radnor, earls of, 29, 35, 46, 57,64–6, 73, 76, 204–6; and see Bouverie; Pleydell-Bouverie

Ragland, fam., 14

Ragland's hill, see Throope

railways:
-, London-Bristol, 237
-, London to Taunton and Exeter, 99
-, Salisbury-Romsey, 22
-, stations, see Codford; Collingbourne Ducis: Cadley; Downton; Patney; Westwood: Avoncliff
-, Swindon-Marlborough, 237
-, and see Berks. & Hants Extension; G.W.R.; Salisbury & Dorset Junction; Swindon, Marlborough & Andover; Wilts., Somerset & Weymouth

Rainer (fl. 1086), 143

Rainscombe (in North Newnton), 183, 192

Raleigh:
-, Sir Carew (d. 1626), 37, 40
-, Carew (d. by 1713), 38
-, Sir Chas., 37
-, Gilb. (d. 1628), 37
-, Gilb. (d. 1675), 37
-, Sir Wal., 25, 37
-, fam., 31, 38

Ralf (fl. 1086), 31

Ramsbury:
-, John of, 144
-, Marg., see Everard
-, Maud, see Coombe
-, Rob. of, 121, 144
-, Thos. of, 241

Ramsbury, see Littlecote

Randall, Thos., 74

Randell, Saunders, & Co. Ltd., 230

Ranger:
-, John, 120
-, Rob., 120

Ravendale, East (Lines.), 149

Rawlence & Squarey, 30

Rawlings:
-, Jas., 112
-, fam., 112

Read, see Reed

Reading (Berks.), 49

reading rooms, 26–7, 50

Rebbeck, fam., 186 n, 196

recusancy, see Bishopstone; Chisenbury, West; Downton; Fonthill Bishop; Hindon; Knoyle, East; Standlynch

Red Shore, see Alton Priors

Redditch (Worcs.), 230

Redlynch (in Downton), 19, 22, 25–7, 31, 36, 40, 43,49, 52, 62
-, agric, 38–9
-, Bohemia, 22, 26, 30, 33, 36, 39, 43
-, char., 49, 51–2
-, ch., 26, 46, 49–50
-, curacy, 47, 49
-, curate, 49
-, dom. archit., 26
-, farms, 31–4, 37–9, 55
-, forestry, 39
-, glebe-ho., 49
-, inc., 26, 36
-, ind., 42–3
-, inns, 26
-, Langley Wood, q.v.
-, Loosehanger, 35–7, 59
-, park, 25, 28, 37
-, Loosehanger Park, 28–9
-, Lover, see Redlynch: Warminster Green
-, Lyburn Ho., 34; and see Lyburn House estate
-, man., 25, 28, 31–2, 34, 36, 38, 43, 53
-, Milk hill, 25–6, 37
-, park, 26, 34
-, Pensworth, 19, 23, 25, 31, 36, 43
-,-, agric, 38
-,-, cust. tenants, 38
-,-, farms, 31–2, 38
-,-, inc., 38
-,-, Lower Pensworth Farm, 25, 31
-,-, pop., 24–5
-,-, Upper Pensworth Farm, 25, 31
-,-, woodland, 31
-, pop., 23, 26
-, prot. nonconf., 50
-, Redlynch Farm, 32
-, Redlynch Ho., 34, 49
-, sch., 26, 51
-, streets, 26
-, Templeman's Farm, 32
-, Timber hill, 22, 25–6, 35–7
-, Timbury Lane Farm, 33
-, vicar, 62
-, vicarage, 49
-, vicarage-ho., 26
-, Warminster Green (now Lover), 22, 26, 36, 43, 50–1

Reed (Read):
-, Sir Bart., 242
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Bart., 242
-, John (fl. 1543), 242
-, John (fl. 1582, ? the same), 242
-, R. G., 73
-, Wm., 242

Reeve:
-, Alice, see Kettleby
-, Kettleby, m. Thos. Clark, 145
-, Rob. (d. 1609), 145
-, Rob. (d. 1626), 145

Reeves, Wm., 172

Reeves (firm), 219

Rennie, John, 224

Revett, Nic, 70

Reynes, Thos., 216

Reynolds:
-, Geo. (fl. 1598), 32
-, Geo. (fl. 1720), 32
-, John (d. 1650s), 32
-, John (fl. early 18th cent.), 32
-, Joyce, see Chaffin

Rhodes, fam., see Road

Richard I, 220

Richard III, 8, 170, 240

Richards:
-, Edw., 123
-, Rob. (fl. 1540), 123
-, Rob. (fl. 1571, ?the same), 123

Richardson, Rob., rector of Collingbourne Ducis, vicar of St. Mary's, Marlborough, master of St. John's hosp., Marlborough, 114

Richer (fl. 1086), 215

Richmond (alias Webb):
-, Edm., 243
-, Oliver, 243
-, Thos., 243
-, Wm., 242–3
-, fam., 247

Ridge, Little, see Fonthill Bishop

ridge ways, 3, 5, 151–2, 160, 181, 184, 187–8, 213, 235

Rigby, Nic, 69

Rimmington, Neil, 86

Ring, John, vicar of Netheravon, 179

Ringwood:
-, Joan, see Bayford
-, John, 63
-, Thos. (fl. 1415), 173
-, Thos. (fl. 1427, ?the same), 57, 63
-, fam., 63

Ringwood (Hants), 217

Risbury hill, see Hamptworth

Rivers:
-, Joan, see Grimstead
-, Thos., 56

rivers, see Avon (Bristol Avon and Christchurch Avon); Blackwater; Cole; Ebble; Frome; Kennet; Lidd; Lodden; Nadder; Nine Mile; Sem; Test; Till; Wylye

Road (Rhodes), fam., 42

roads:
-, Andover-Devizes, 108, 135
-, Hungerford-Salisbury, 108–9
-, London-Bath, 181, 184–6
-, London—Exeter (Amesbury—Mere, Amesbury to Willoughby Hedge), 78, 83, 98, 213
-, Marlborough-Salisbury, 108, 135, 142
-, motorway, 160, 184, 237
-, Roman, 3, 5, 83, 135, 184, 213
-, Salisbury to Blandford Forum, 5–6, 14
-, Salisbury-Devizes, 208–9
-, Salisbury-Fordingbridge, 22, 24, 55, 62–3
-, Saxon, 135
-, Shrewton-Durrington, 208
-, Swindon-Chippenham, 237
-, Swindon-Marlborough, 237
-, turnpiked, 5, 18, 22, 78, 83, 98, 108, 118, 135, 142, 166, 184, 186, 188, 208, 213, 224, 237; and see Shaftesbury turnpike
-, Upavon-Amesbury (UpavonSalisbury), 166, 168, 173
-, Warminster-Amesbury, 208–9
-, Warminster-Shaftesbury, 83
-, Warminster-Wilton, 213
-, Willoughby Hedge to Barford St. Martin, 78, 83, 98–9
-, and see Icknield Way; ridge ways; Rogues way; Thieves way

Robert, earl of Leicester (d. 1168), 240

Robert, earl of Leicester (d. 1190), 136, 145, 168, 171, 177
-, his w., see Parnel

Robert, earl of Leicester (d. 1204), 120, 136, 168, 240
-, his w., see Loretta

Robert (fl. 1086), 242

Robert son of Andrew, 216

Robert son of Baldwin, 31

Robert son of Gerald, 143, 190

Robinson, Octavius, 34

Roches:
-, Agnes, see Berwick
-, Christine, see Folye
-, Eliz. de la, m. Sir Wal. Beauchamp, 174, 243
-, Gilb. de la, 174
-, Joan de la, m. 1 Sir Nic. Baynton, 2 Wm. Whaplode, 8, 243
-, John de la (fl. 13th cent.), 174
-, John de la (fl. 1354), 174
-, John de la (fl. 1361–2, ? the same), 174, 243
-, Sir John de la (fl. 1399, another), 174, 243
-, Peter des, bp. of Winchester, 23, 74
-, Rob. de la, 174
-, Wm., w. of Sir John de la, 174, 243
-, fam., 174

Rockley (in Ogbourne St. Andrew), 196

Rodney, Sir John, 70

Roger, bp. of Salisbury, 172

Roger, earl of Hereford, 200

Roger son of Geoffrey, 242

Rogers, Sir Edw., 139

Rogues way, 159

Rolfe:
-, John, 123–4
-, Sarah, w. of Wm., m. 2—
-,-, Methwold, 130
-, Wm., 119, 130, 174
-, fam., 128

Rollestone (Rolleston):
-, Christine of, 209
-, Hen. of, rector of Orcheston St. Mary, 210
-, Joan of, 209
-, Nic. of (fl. 1242–3), 209
-, Nic. of (fl. 1325), and his w. Cath., 210
-, Sam., rector of East Knoyle, archdeacon of Salisbury, 96
-, Wal. of, 210
-, Wm. of, 209
-, fam., 208, 210

Rollestone, 105–7, 208–12
-, adv., 211
-, agric, 210–11
-, boundary, 208
-, char., 212
-, ch., 209, 211–12
-, curates, 211–12
-, dom. archit., 209
-, farms, 210–11
-, firing ranges, 209
-, glebe, 211
-, inc., 211
-, man., 208–12
-, man.-ho., 209–10
-, pop., 209
-, prehist. rem., 209
-, prot. nonconf., 212
-, R.A.F. sta., 209, 211
-, rectors, 211–12; and see Hadfield; Tesdall; Tothale; White, Jas.
-, rectory, 211
-, rectory-ho., 209, 211
-, roads, 208–9
-, Rollestone Camp, 209, 211
-, tithes, 211
-, water-meadow, 208, 211
-, 'Winterbourne', 208–9

Roman Catholicism, see Downton; Fittleton: R.A.F. sta.; Netheravon; Standlynch; Stowell, West; Westwood; Wroughton

Romano-British remains, see Alton Priors; Downton; Enford; Everleigh; Fittleton; Fyfield; Ham; Hinton, Little; Netheravon; Overton: Overton, West; Stockton; Stowell, West; Westwood; Wroughton; and see roads: Roman

Rome, 17
-, St. Angelo's, cardinal of, see Columpna

Romsey:
-, Avice, see Breamore
-, John, 173
-, Thos., rector of Patney, headmaster of Winchester Coll., 207

Romsey (Hants), abbess of, 70

Rooke:
-, Hen. (d. c. 1794), 9, 56
-, Hen. (d. 1850), 9, 56
-, John, 9
-, Julia, w. of Wm. W., 228
-, Maria, m. Wal. Young, 9
-, Mary, see Button
-, Peter, 56–8, 77
-, Wm. W., 228
-, fam., 9, 14, 56

Rookley:
-, Geof., 9
-, Joan, see Lisle
-, John, 9

Ros:
-, Edm. de, Lord Ros, 32
-, Isabel de, m. Sir Thos. Lovel, 32
-, Margery, see Badlesmere
-, Philippe, see Tiptoft
-, Thos. de, Lord Ros, 32, 53
-, Wm. de, Lord Ros, 241

Rothschild, Hon. Mrs. Jacob (née Dunn), 194

Roumare:
-, Wm. de (d. by 1162), earl of Lincoln, 143
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1198), earl of Lincoln, 143

Rowden, Wm., 11

Rowley, see Wingfield

Royal Academy, 210

Royal Artillery, 209

Royal Artillery Riding Establishment, 177

Royal Flying Corps, 143, 209, 211

Royal Navy, 209, 238

Royal School of Artillery, see Larkhill

Rudhall, Abel, 103

Rushall, 89, 110, 173

Russ, John, 111

Russell:
-, John, 242
-, Rob., 241
-, Thos., 241
-, Mr., 158 n

Rutt, Steph., 174

S.

Sackville:
-, And., 145
-, Joan, see Beach

Sadler:
-, Agnes, w. of John, 242
-, Ant., 242
-, Francis, 137
-, Geo., 137
-, Hen., 137, 139
-, John (d. by 1560), 242
-, John (fl. 1554), s. of John, 243
-, John (fl. 1611), 243
-, John (fl. 1627, ? the same), and his w. Susan, 243
-, John (fl. 1676), 57
-, Sir Ralph, 137, 139
-, Ric, 247
-, Rob., and his w. Grace, 243
-, Thos. (fl. 1560), 242–3
-, Thos. (fl. 1699), 244
-, Wm. (fl. 1554), 243
-, Wm. (fl. 1597, ? another), 242
-, Wm. (fl. 1627, ? another), and his w.
-, Joan, 243
-, Wm. (fl. 1780), 244
-, fam., 246

sainfoin, 111

Sainsbury:
-, Sam., 174
-, Wm., 174

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

St. Amand:
-, Amaury de (d. 1285), 145, 170
-, Amaury de (d. 1310), 170
-, Amaury de (d. 1381), 170
-, Amaury de (d. 1402), 170
-, Anne, w. of Ant., 170
-, Ant., 170
-, Eleanor, w. of Amaury de, 170
-, Guy de, 170
-, Ida, w. of Amaury de, 170
-, John de, 170

St. Amand:
-, Baroness, see Braybroke
-, Lord, see Beauchamp, Sir Ric.

St. Barbe:
-, Rog. Frampton, rector of Stockton, 221
-, Thos., 9

St. John:
-, Sir Hen. Paulet, 119
-, Paulet, 119

St. John of Jerusalem, order of, see Hospitallers; Walter

St. Martin:
-, Joan de, see Neville
-, Reynold de, 56
-, Wm. de, 56, 69

St. Quentin:
-, Aubrey, see Waleran
-, John of, 56, 59–60

St. Vaast, Wm. of, prior of Ogbourne, 124

Salisbury, Nic, rector of Stockton, 221

Salisbury:
-, ctss. of, see Longespée, Marg.
-, earls of, 172; and see Montagu

Salisbury, 23, 25, 33–4, 37, 48, 50, 96, 101, 105, 134, 142, 150, 166, 198, 221–2, 251
-, archdeacons, see Clarke, Liscombe; Lear, Francis; Rollestone, Sam.
-, bps., 16,46–9, 81, 95,113,148,156, 178–9, 200, 207, 211, 220, 249; and see Beauchamp, Ric; Blakedon; Bohun, Jocelin de; Chaundler; Earle; Mitford; Roger; Walter, Hubert
-, Brown Street Baptist ch., 67
-, cath. ch.:
-,-, canons, see Bampton, John; Barnstone
-,-, dean and chapter (chapter), 126, 141, 172, 178, 220
-,-, deans, 179; and see Bildeston; Younger
-,-, prebendaries: of Bishopstone, see Barnstone; Coker, Thos.; of Hurstbourne, see Jeffreys, John; of Netheravon, see Symmonds, Sim.
-,-, prebends, 46,48,211; of Bedwyn, 113; of Chute and Chisenbury (formerly Chisenbury), 126, 131; of Netheravon, 172, 178
-,-, precentor, see Brightwell
-, diocese, board of finance, 49
-, hosp. of St. Nic, 207
-, hosp. of St. Thos., master of, see Bigge
-, M.P., see Estcourt, Giles
-, museum, 25, 42 n, 44 n, 64 n
-, recorder, see Estcourt, Giles

Salisbury & Dorset Junction Railway, 22

Salisbury Plain, 108, 115, 117–18, 127–8, 135, 142, 165–6, 177
-, firing ranges, 128, 177

Salisbury Plain (Training) Camp

Staff, 209

Salmon, John, 113

salmon hatchery, 71

Salthrop (in Wroughton), 105, 235, 237, 248, 251–2
-, agric, 246
-, Costow Farm, 242
-, farms, 242, 246
-, inc., 246
-, man., 240–2, 244, 246
-, pop., 237
-, Salthrop Ho., 225, 241
-, sch., 252

saltpetre commissioner, 95

Sandford (Oxon.), preceptory, 189,196

Sandleford (Berks.), priory, 148–9

Sanger, Edw., 97

Sapcotes:
-, Eliz., see Dinham
-, Sir John, 149, 170–1

Sarjeant (Sargent):
-, Ant., 220
-, E. V., 128

sarsen stones, 183, 185–6, 198, 208

Sarson (in Amport, Hants), 124

Saucer:
-, Isabel, m. Thos. de Gomeldon, 174
-, John, 174
-, Marg. or Margery, see Folye

Saunders, Jos. H., 231

Saurin:
-, Anna Maria, see Poore
-, Mark Ant., 121

Savage:
-, Anne, see Wardour
-, Arthur, 169

Savernake:
-, forest, 126, 155, 183, 191, 197–8
-, Lord Warden, 113
-, park, 183

Savernake estate, 109, 112

saw-mills (sawyer), 25, 43, 61

Sawyer, Frank, 175

Scammell, S. E., 88

Schoolmaster, John, 222

Scott:
-, Sir Gilb., 62
-, Hon. Mic. Sim., 215

Scrachly, Wm., 133

Scrope:
-, Eliz., w. of Thos. le, Lord Scrope, 122
-, Thos. le, Lord Scrope, 122

Scudamore:
-, Hen., duke of Beaufort, see Somerset
-, Mabel, w. of Peter, 216
-, Peter, 216
-, Wal., 87, 216
-, fam., 87, 216

Scudder, Hen., rector of Collingbourne Ducis, 114

Scudet, Wm., 153–4, 192, 204

Scurlag:
-, Geof., 53
-, Joan, see Gardin

Seaford (Suss.), 177

Sealemudda (fl. before 983), 226

Sedgehill, 95

seed-mill, 248

Seend (in Melksham), 168

Selkley hundred, 105, 198–9

Selwood forest, 83, 92, 230

Selwyn, Wm., 231

Sem, riv., 82

semaphore sta., 27

Semley, 97

services, see customs

Services Dry Fly Fishing Association, 175

Seymour:
-, Alf., 86–9, 93
-, Anne, w. of Edw., duke of Somerset, 113
-, Edw. (d. 1552), Vet. Beauchamp, earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset, 109, 112–13, 137, 139, 144–6, 190, 242
-, Edw. (d. 1621), earl of Hertford, 109, 112, 139, 145, 242
-, Edw. (d. 1631), 114
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1741), 86
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Bruce, earl of Ailesbury, 109
-, Francis, 86
-, Hen. (d. 1805), 86, 91
-, Hen. (d. 1849), 86–9, 91–2
-, Jane, w. of Hen., 86
-, Jane Marg., 86
-, Wm. (d. 1660), earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset, 109,113–14
-, Wm. (d. 1671), duke of Somerset, 109, 113–14
-, Wm. (d. 1747), 86
-, fam., 86–8, 113, 247

Shaftesbury, earl of, see Cooper, Ant. Ashley

Shaftesbury (Dors.), 98
-, abbey, 226, 232

Shaftesbury turnpike, 94

Shafto:
-, Anne, see Duncombe
-, John, 54
-, Rob., 35, 54
-, Rob. Duncombe, 34, 60
-, Rob. Eden Duncombe, 34–5, 54, 60–1
-, fam., 29, 34, 45–6, 54, 61

Shalbourne (formerly partly Berks.), 151–2, 156–7

Shalfleet (I.W.), see Chessell

Sharington, Wm., 243

Shaw:
-, Cath., see Aygnel
-, John (fl. 1381), 69
-, John (d. 1745), rector of East
-, Knoyle, 97
-, Mary, w. of John, 97

Shaw (in Alton Barnes), 183

Shaw (in Overton), 105, 181, 183, 186, 190, 194, 199
-, agric, 196
-, farm, 191–2, 196–8
-, inc., 196
-, man., 186, 190–1
-, man.-ho., 191
-, tithes, 192, 200
-, woodland, 197

Shaw hill, see Collingbourne Ducis

Shaw-Stewart:
-, Sir Mic. Rob., 100
-, Octavia, see Grosvenor
-, Wal. Ric, 100

Sheen (Surr.), priory, 144, 148, 172

Shelley, Jas., 42, 49

Shepherd (Sheppard):
-, Rob., 111
-, fam., 167, 176

Shergall:
-, Hannah, m. Wm. Whitehart, 11
-, Jasper, 10, 12
-, John, 11

Sherwin, Wm., rector of Collingbourne Ducis, canon of Chichester, 114

Shipton Moyne (Glos.), 210

Shoddesden (in Kimpton, Hants), 210

shops, 24–5, 118, 136, 147, 177

Shrewton, 208–9, 211–12

Shrivenham (Berks.), 164

Shuckburgh:
-, Chas. Wm., 30, 56, 73, 89
-, Diana, w. of John, 30
-, Henrietta, w. of Chas. Wm., 30
-, John, 30
-, Wm. Pigott, 30

Shute, Wm., 228

Sidbury camp, Sidbury hill, see Tidworth, North

silk twist making, 100

Simon, John s. of, see Fifhide

Simpkins, J. G., 193

Skeffington-Smyth, Hon. Violet Frances, 214

Skelton, Sir Thos. de, and his w. Joan, 110

Skilling:
-, Eliz., m. John Wynnard, 110, 210
-, John (fl. c. 1400), 110
-, John (fl. 1433, ? another), 210
-, John (d. 1526), 210
-, Mic., and his w. Alice, 210
-, Wal., 210
-, Wm., 210

Skipworth, Thos., 140

smallpox, 78
-, ho., 249

Smith:
-, Anne, w. of Thos., 190
-, C., see Morgan-Smith
-, Chas. Fred., rector of Everleigh, 141
-, Dilarevere, m. Mic. Smith, 193
-, E. & H. P., 230
-, Eliz., m. Jas. Burrough, 193
-, G. R., 210
-, Herb., & Sons, 43
-, Janetta R., w. of G. R., 210
-, John (fl. 1651), 193
-, John (d. 1691, ? the same), 193
-, John (d. 1726), 193
-, John (d. 1742), 193
-, Mic, 193
-, Priscilla, m. Mic. Ewen, 193
-, Ric., 190
-, Rob., 198
-, Stowell, 198
-, Sydney, writer, 179
-, Thos. (d. by 1559), 190
-, Thos. (fl. 1594), 190
-, Thos. (another), f. of Thos. (d. c. 1647), 11
-, Thos. (d. c. 1647), 11
-, Thos. (fl. 1723), 190
-, Thos. (d. c. 1763), 198
-, Wm., 198
-, fam., 190

Smyth, Hon. Violet Frances, see skeffington-Smyth

Snel, see Snell

Snelgar:
-, (or Snelgrove), Ambrose, 32
-, (or Snelgrove), Jane, m. Giles Eyre, 32
-, (or Snelgrove), Rob., 32

Snell (Snel):
-, Chas., 174
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., 174
-, Eustachia, w. of Thos., 33
-, John, 174
-, Nic., 174
-, Ric., 174
-, Thos. (fl. 1376), 33
-, Thos. (d. 1607), 174

Snook:
-, D., 207
-, Eliz., 10–11, 13
-, H. W. H., 207

Soane, Sir John, 167

Somerset:
-, Chas. Noel, duke of Beaufort, 169, 171, 180
-, Eliz., w. of Chas. Noel, duke of Beaufort, 180
-, (afterwards Scudamore), Hen. (d. 1745), duke of Beaufort, 140, 167, 169–71, 178
-, Hen. (d. 1803), duke of Beaufort, 171

Somerset, dukes of, see Seymour

Somerset:
-, coal-field, 224
-, and see Bath; Camel; Compton Pauncefoot; Cothelstone; Farleigh Hungerford; Freshford; Frome; Hinton Charterhouse; Iford; Lydeard, Bishop's; Norton St. Philip; Wells
-, Hornblotton, rector of, see Honyland

South Sea Co., 188
-, South Sea Bubble, 188

South Wilts. Bacon Curing Company Ltd., 42

Southampton, earls of, see Wriothesley

Southdown sheep, 139

Southern Tanning Co. Ltd., 40–1

Southwark, bp. of, see Yeatman-Biggs, Huyshe Wolcott

Sowdan:
-, Marg., see Dyneley
-, Sir Percival, 121, 144–5, 147, 149

Spackman, John, 232

spar quarry, 3

Sparsholt (Berks. or Hants), 216

Sparshot, Wm., 190

Spearman:
-, F., 189
-, G., 189

Spencer (Spenser):
-, Adam, 174
-, Ann, w. of John, 242
-, Chas., duke of Marlborough, 188–9, 192
-, Geo. (d. 1817), duke of Marlborough, 190–2, 196, 201–2
-, Geo. (d. 1840), see SpencerChurchill
-, Hen., 82, 89
-, John (d. 1628), 242
-, John (fl. 1648), 242
-, R. L., 147
-, Ric., 242
-, fam., 242

Spencer-Churchill:
-, (formerly Spencer), Geo., duke of
-, Marlborough, 196
-, John, duke of Marlborough, 188

Spenser, see Spencer

Spicer:
-, Alice, see Jarvis
-, Giles, 174

Spirtes the priest, 124, 173, 178

sport, see Everleigh; Netheravon

Spray, see Ham

Squarey, E. P., 30

Stafford:
-, Isabel, see Baynton
-, Thos., 8

Stafford (Staffs.), 189

Staffordshire, see Ilam; Lichfield; Patshull

Stalbridge, Lord, see Grosvenor, Ric. de Aquila

stallage, 100

Stamford, John, 110

Stamford, earl of, see Grey, Thos.

Standlynch (in Downton), 19, 22–3, 35, 38, 41, 43, 45, 52–3, 55, 58, 63, 68–72, 75–7
-, agric., 71
-, chaplain, 71
-, ch., 46, 68, 71–2, 77
-, cust. tenants, 71
-, dom. archit., 68
-, farms, 28, 58, 71
-, field system, 35
-, glebe, 71
-, glebe-ho., 71
-, man., 28, 38, 41, 56–8, 68–72
-, man.-ho., 68, 70
-, mill, 55, 68, 71
-, park, 68, 70–1
-, poor-relief, 68
-, pop., 68
-, recusancy, 70, 72
-, roads, 68
-, Rom. Catholicism, 72
-, Standlynch Ho., see Standlynch: Trafalgar Ho.; and see Standlynch estate
-, tithes, 47, 68, 71–2
-, Trafalgar (Standlynch) Ho., 68, 70–1, 144; and see Trafalgar estate
-, water-meadows, 71
-, woodland, 68, 71

Standlynch estate, 37, 58; and see Trafalgar estate

Stanford:
-, John Montagu, see Fane-Benett-Stanford
-, Vere, see Fane-Benett-Stanford

Stanley (in Bremhill), abbey, 87, 241– 3

Stanton St. Bernard, 206

Stantor:
-, Alex. (d. 1504), 215
-, Alex. (fl. 1592), 215
-, Isabel, see Vernon
-, Peter (fl. 14th cent.), 215
-, Peter (fl. 1504), 215
-, Rog., 215
-, Thos., 215–16
-, fam., 215

Staples, fam., 167

Staples hill, see Westwood

Stapleton:
-, Eliz. de, m. Sir Wm. Calthorpe, 60
-, Joan de, m. Sir Chris. Harcourt, 60
-, Joan, w. of Sir Miles de, see Ingham
-, Sir Miles de (d. 1364), 60
-, Sir Miles de (d. 1419), Lord
-, Ingham, 56
-, Sir Miles de (d. 1466), Lord
-, Ingham, 60
-, fam., 60

Starkey, Sam., rector of Everleigh, 141

Stawell:
-, Adam de, 7
-, Geof. de (fl. 1202), 7
-, Geof. de (fl. 1304), 7
-, Sir Geof. de (d. 1362), 7, 12
-, Gunnore, w. of Mat. de, ? m. 2 John Uppehull, 7
-, Sir Hen. de, 216
-, Mat. de (d. by 1304), 7
-, Mat. de (fl. 1368), 7
-, Wm. de, 7

steam-mills, 247–8

Stepesham, Rog. de, and his w. Joan, 33

Stephens, see Stevens

Stephenson:
-, Sir Augustus Keppel, 64
-, Eglantine, see Pleydell-Bouverie

Stert, Gabriel, 239

Stevens (Stephens):
-, Ann, w. of John, 10
-, Anna Maria, 10
-, John (fl. 1551), 88
-, John (fl. c. 1845), 10
-, John (fl. 1933), 10
-, John Hen. (fl. 1881), 10
-, Wm. Snook, 10
-, fam., 11, 100

Stewart:
-, Sir Mic. Rob., see Shaw-Stewart
-, Octavia, see Grosvenor
-, Wal. Ric, see Shaw-Stewart

Stiffe:
-, John, 193
-, Mary, w. of John, 193
-, Mary, m. Ebenezer Cawdron, 193

Stigand, bp. of Winchester, 192, 204

Stileman, John, 31

Still:
-, Jas. (d. 1803), 88
-, Jas. Chas. (d. 1828), 88–9
-, Nat., 88
-, Peter, 89
-, Rob., 88
-, fam., 88

Stockman:
-, Constance, w. of Jos., 53
-, John (d. 1605), 29, 32, 34, 37, 41, 53–4
-, John (another), 53
-, Jos., 53
-, Jos., s. of Jos., 53
-, Wm. (d. 1635), 30–1, 45, 52–4, 60, 65
-, Wm. (d. 1650), 53
-, Wm. (another), 53
-, fam., 34, 45, 54

stocks (punitive), 101

Stockton, 105, 107, 126, 208, 212–23
-, adv., 220
-, agric, 217–19
-, alms-ho., 161, 222–3
-, boundaries, 213
-, chars., 222–3
-, ch., 213, 220–1
-, common marshes, 218
-, common meadows, 80, 217–18
-, cts., 107, 218–19
-, curates, 221
-, cust. tenants, 217–18
-, dom. archit., 213–14
-, farms, 214–15, 217–20
-, field system, 217
-, glebe, 218, 220
-, Grim's ditch, 213
-, inc., 215, 217–20
-, ind., 219
-, inn, 214
-, Long Hall, 215, 218–19
-, man., 205, 214–20, 222
-, mill, 219
-, park, 214, 219
-, poor-relief, 219–20
-, pop., 213
-, prehist. rem., 213; and see Stockton: Grim's ditch
-, prot. nonconf., 221–2
-, rectors, 218–22; and see Blakedon; Fiske; Green, Chris.; Innes; St. Barbe, Rog. Frampton; Salisbury, Nic.; Terry; Wright, Sam.; Wykeham, John
-, rectory, 220
-, rectory-ho., 213–14, 220–1
-, roads, 213–14
-, Rom.-Brit, rem., 213
-, schs., 213, 222
-, Stockton Ho., frontispiece, 161, 214–16, 218–19, 223
-, Stockton Man., 214, 216, 218
-, tithes, 218, 220
-, 'vicarage-ho.', 220
-, water-meadows, 218
-, woodland, 219

Stoke Charity (Hants), 169

Stoke Farthing (in Broad Chalke), 3

stone quarries, 229–30

Story, John, 103

Story-Maskelyne, M. H. N., 241

Stourton:
-, John (d. 1462), Lord Stourton, 125
-, John (d. 1485), Lord Stourton, 122, 125
-, Kath., see Berkeley
-, Wm. (d. 1478), Lord Stourton, 125
-, Wm. (d. 1524), Lord Stourton, 125
-, Wm. (d. 1548), Lord Stourton, 125

Stowell, East (in Wilcot), 187

Stowell, West (in Overton), 105, 107, 183, 187–8, 199–200
-, agric., 197
-, Black Horse, 183, 187
-, ct., 199
-, cust. tenants, 197
-, estate, 191–4
-, farm, 191, 193, 197–8
-, pop., 187
-, Rom. Catholicism, 202
-, Rom.-Brit. rem., 187
-, sch., 194
-, tithes, 191, 200
-, West Stowell Ho., 188, 193–4

Strachey, Lytton, 154

Straight:
-, John (d. 1680), 120
-, John (d. by 1703), 120
-, John (d. 1736), 120
-, Mary, w. of John, 120
-, Wm. (d. c. 1724), 120
-, Wm. (fl. 1750), 120

Strange, Lord, see Lestrange, Sir Rog.

Stratford sub Castle, 216

Stratford Tony, 3, 14, 16

Stratton:
-, Arthur, 196–7
-, Frank, 128, 191
-, Frank, & Co., 156, 206
-, John (fl. c. 1815), 191
-, J. M. (fl. 1978), 215–16
-, Ric, 231

Stratton St. Margaret, 178

Street, G. E., 114

Stretch:
-, Wm. (fl. 1698), 193
-, Wm. (fl. 1783), 193
-, fam., 193

Stringer, Ant., 227

Strong, Mr., 139

Stubbington:
-, Gilb. of, 191
-, Margery, w. of Gilb. of, 191

Stubbs, Wm., 144, 148

Stucley:
-, Rosamond, see Best
-, W. L., 193

Studfold hundred, 105, 206

Studley:
-, Griffin, 30, 37
-, John (fl. late 16th cent.), 30
-, John (fl. 1640s), 30

Stumpe:
-, Isabel, see Baynton
-, Sir Jas., 8, 139

Sturge:
-, Eliz., m. John Horsey, 89
-, Ric, 89
-, fam., 89

Suffolk, earl of, 132

Suffolk, see Wortham Brandon, rector of, see Merest Wangford, rector of, see Merest

suit, freedom from, 107

Summerleaze, see Knoyle, East

Sumner, Chas. Ric, bp. of Winchester, 79

Supply, Min. of, 230

Surrey, see Battersea; Croydon; Sheen; Warlingham; Waverley

Sussex, see Bramber; Christ's Hosp.; Lewes; Seaford

Sutton:
-, (or Dudley), Edw., Lord Dudley, 32, 53
-, Thos., 240, 252
-, Wm., 175

Swallowfield (Berks.), 145

Swanborough hundred, 105, 107 n, 199

Swanton:
-, F., & Sons, 188, 198
-, Frank, 188
-, R., 188
-, R. G. F., 188

Swayne:
-, Hen., 10
-, Jas., 10, 13, 15

Sweatman, Wm., 141

Swindon, 162, 185, 202, 235, 237–8, 244, 247–8, 251; and see Highworth and Swindon poor-law union

Swindon, Marlborough & Andover Railway, 108

Swindon Water Co., 237, 248

Symmonds (Symonds):
-, Anne, see Hodges
-, Nic, 193
-, Sim., prebendary of Netheravon, 180
-, Wm., 172, 180

T.

Tablier:
-, Edith le, m. Ric. of Grimstead, 7
-, Guy le, 7
-, Ralph le, 7
-, Sir Thos. le (fl. 1249), 7
-, Thos. le (fl. 1280s), 7

tailors, 42

Talbot, Thos., rector of Collingbourne Ducis, 114

Talbot-Ponsonby, M. C., 161

Tankerville, earl of, see Bennet, Chas.

Tanner:
-, J., 122
-, John, of Westwood, 234

tanning, 41, 48

Tarleton, Francis R., 34

Tasker, Mary, 203

Tasker & Fowle, 118

Tasker & Sons, 129

Taunton:
-, J. W., 30
-, John, 74
-, Jonathan, 30

Taylor:
-, Alex., 188, 195
-, Alex., s. of Alex., 195
-, Geo., 123–4
-, I. D., 240

Taylor, bell-founder, 133, 180

Templars (Knights of the Temple), 177, 189–90, 194, 196

Templeman, Peter, 32

Temse:
-, Agnes, w. of Thos., 169
-, Joan, m. Nic. Wardour, 169
-, Thos., 169
-, Wm., 169

Terry, John, rector of Stockton, 221

Tesdall, Chris., rector of Everleigh, rector of Rollestone, canon of Chichester, canon of Wells, 141

Test, riv., 19

Tewkesbury (Glos.), abbey, 242–3, 246

Thamesdown Borough Council, 238

Thieves way, 160

Thomas, earl of Buckingham, 170 his w. Eleanor, see Bohun

Thomas, earl of Lancaster, 137, 172
-, his w. Alice, see Lacy

Thormerton, Ric, rector of Bishopstone, canon of Wells, 17

Thornborough:
-, Alice, see Littlecott
-, Edw., 122
-, John, 122
-, Rob., 122
-, Wm., 122

Thorner, G. B., (Homes) Ltd., 185

Thornhill hundred, 105

Thorpe, John, 130

Thring, Wm., 30

Throope (in Bishopstone, in Downton hund.), 3, 5, 14–15, 56, 63
-, agric, 14–15
-, cust. tenants, 14
-, dom. archit., 5, 14
-, farms, 9, 14
-, inc., 14
-, man., 6, 8–9, 14
-, place-name, 5
-, pop., 5
-, Raglands, 5
-, Ragland's hill, 3, 5
-, Throope Man., 9

Thynne:
-, Thos., 99
-, fam., 101

Thyny, John de, 216

Tidworth, Hen., 122

Tidworth, North, 129
-, Sidbury camp, 142
-, Sidbury hill, 108, 135, 142

Till, riv., 208

Tillemans, Peter, 64 n

Timber hill (in Downton), see Redlynch

Tinker:
-, Sarah, see Amor
-, Wm., 205

Tinney:
-, John Pern, 34
-, Wm. Hen., 34

Tiptoft:
-, Edw., earl of Worcester, 32, 53
-, Joan, m. Sir Edm. Ingoldisthorpe, 33, 53, 122
-, John, earl of Worcester, 53
-, Joyce, m. Sir Edm. Dudley, 53
-, Philippe, m. 1 Thos. de Ros, Lord Ros, 2 Edw. Grimston, 32, 53
-, and see Tybotot

Tisbury, 77, 99, 216
-, poor-law union, 81, 101
-, Pythouse, 89; and see Pythouse estate
-, and see Wardour

Titherley:
-, Eliz., see Ernie
-, Rob., 88
-, Wm., 88

tithing-penny, 44

Tockenham, West (in Lyneham), 196

Tocotes:
-, Eliz., see Braybroke
-, Sir Rog., 170, 174

Tomblins, Wm., rector of Collingbourne Ducis, rector of Upham, 114

Toms:
-, Eliz., see Gore
-, John, 171

Tooker:
-, Giles (d. 1623), 174
-, Sir Giles (d. 1675), 174
-, Wm., 174

Toope:
-, Francis, 89
-, Rob., 90, 99
-, Wm., 99

Top Hat club, see Netheravon: friendly soc.

Topp:
-, Christiana, m. Ric. Lansdown, 214
-, Edw. (d. 1665), 214, 222
-, Edw. (d. 1740), 214, 218, 220
-, John (d. 1573), 214
-, John (d. 1596), 214, 216, 219
-, John (fl. c. 1600), London clothier, 219
-, John (d. 1632), sheriff of Wilts., 214–16, 218–19
-, John (d. 1640), 214, 221–2
-, John (d. 1660), 214, 216, 222
-, John (d. 1675), 214, 221
-, John (d. 1745), 214, 221
-, Susan, m. Rob. Everard, 214
-, Thos., f. of Thos., see Archbold
-, Thos., 213 n, 214, 218
-, fam., 214, 218–19, 221

Tornay:
-, John (fl. c. 1272), 216
-, John, s. of John (fl. c. 1272), 216
-, John, grds. of John (fl. c. 1272), 216
-, John (fl. 1462), 215
-, Wal. (fl. 1344), 216
-, Wal. (fl. 1428), 215

Tosier:
-, Clement, 49, 67
-, Wm., 150

Tothale, And. of, rector of Rollestone, 211

Totterdown, New, see Fyfield

Tourand, John, 109

trades:
-, bacon, 42
-, builders merchant, 43
-, chandler, 101
-, coal merchants, 198
-, food, 42
-, stone-masons, 198
-, surgeon, 101
-, vintner, 42
-, and see agricultural machinery contracting; shops

Trafalgar estate, 28, 31–2, 54, 57–8, 70–1; and see Standlynch estate

trailer-making, 247

Trenchard:
-, Avice, see Lynde
-, Hen., 7
-, Sir Thos., 7

Trenchefoil:
-, Felice, w. of John, 177
-, John, 177
-, Nic, 175, 177
-, Ric, rector of Fonthill Bishop, 81
-, Wm., 177

Trippett, Chas., rector of East Knoyle, 97

Tropenell:
-, Chris., 99
-, Eleanor, m. And. Blackman, 99
-, Giles, 99
-, Thos. (d. 1488), 99
-, Thos. (d. 1547), 99

Trotman, fam., 11

trout farming, 15

trout hatchery, 175

Trowbridge, 103, 113, 230–1, 234

True:
-, John (? two of the name), 198
-, Maud, see Cuffe

Trussel:
-, Anne, 8
-, Sir Edw., 8

Tuchet, Mervyn, earl of Castlehaven, 78

Tucker:
-, Hen., 160
-, John, 162
-, Rob., 134
-, Thos., 162

Tudor, Hen., see Henry VII

Tugwell:
-, G. C, 226–7, 229
-, fam., 227, 229

tumbril, 43, 94

turbary, 39, 61, 75

Turber, Alwi s. of, see Alwi

turkeys, 15

Turner, John, 227

Turney (Turny):
-, John (fl. 1331), 243
-, John (fl. 1336, ? the same), 243
-, Marg., see Grindham
-, Rob. (fl. 1387), 121
-, Rob. (fl. 1428), and his w. Christine, 121

Twinyhoe:
-, Edith, see Milbourne
-, Edw., 88

Tybotot:
-, John, Lord Tybotot, 241
-, Marg., see Badlesmere
-, Rob., Lord Tybotot, 241
-, and see Tiptoft

Tydewyk (unidentified), 120

Tytherley, West (Hants), 69

U.

Uffcott (in Broad Hinton), 105, 246

Uffenham:
-, Alice, w. of John, 34
-, (alias Lawrence), John, 34
-, (alias Lawrence), John, s. of John, 34
-, Ric, 34

Ulwin (fl. 1066), 240

Underhill, see Knoyle, East

Unitarians, 50

Upavon:
-, Ellen of, m. John Bacon, 173
-, Laurence of, 173

Upavon, 117, 173
-, Central Flying Sch., 128, 143
-, man., 227
-, R.A.F. sta., 118
-, vicar, 179

Upham (Hants), rector of, see Tomblins

Uppehull:
-, Dominic, and his w. Alice, 9
-, Gunnore, see Stawell
-, John, 7

Upton, Nic, 25

Upton (in East Knoyle), 83, 85, 89–92, 94, 97
-, agric, 90–2
-, chap., 87
-, Chapel Farm, 87
-, ct., 94
-, cust. tenants, 92
-, dom. archit., 85
-, farms, 87–9, 91–3
-, inc., 91–2
-, man., 87–8, 90, 92, 94
-, place-name, 83
-, pop., 83, 85
-, Upton Manor, 88

Upton Lovell, 220

Upton Scudamore, 87, 216, 222

Urchfont, 204; and see Eastcott; Lydeway; Wedhampton

V.

Vaisey, Rob., 200

Vandeput:
-, Frances, w. of Sir Peter, 56, 70
-, Sir Geo., 56, 70
-, Sir Peter, 70

Vaughan:
-, Anne, see Arundell
-, Chas. (d. 1597), 8
-, Sir Chas. (d. by 1639), 8, 18
-, Dorothy, w. of Sir Chas., m. 2 Sir Rob. Gorges, 8, 18
-, Sir Geo., 8
-, Rog., 18
-, Sir Wal., 8
-, fam., 8

vee de naam, 43, 93, 199

Vere (Ver):
-, Baldwin de, 143
-, John de, earl of Oxford, 242
-, Maud, see Badlesmere
-, Rob., earl of Oxford, 242
-, Thos., earl of Oxford, 242

Vernditch chase, see Chalke, Broad

Vernon:
-, Isabel, m. Peter Stantor, 215
-, John, 215–16
-, Ric, 215
-, Rob., 215
-, Wal. de, 215
-, fam., 215

Vesey, Hen. Martin, see Foster-Vesey-FitzGerald

Vincent:
-, Francis, 112
-, John, 112
-, fam., 112

Vitel (fl. 1066), 143

Voisey & Wills, 233

W.

Wade (in Eling or Havant, Hants), 54

Waight, J., 128
-, and see Wayte

Wake, Chas., rector of East Knoyle, 96

Waleran, Wm. s. of, see William

Waleran son of William, 59

Waleran the huntsman, 31, 53, 56, 59, 69

Waleran:
-, Aubrey, m. 1 Rob. de Pole, 2 John of Ingham, 3 Wm. de Botreaux, ? 4 John of St. Quentin, 59–60
-, Cecily, 59
-, Isabel, m. Wm. Neville, 59
-, Wal., 59
-, Wal., s. of Wal., 59

Walker:
-, Clement, 187 n
-, John (d. 1758), 191
-, John (fl. 1770), 191
-, Mary, see Button

Walker's hill, see Alton Priors

Waller:
-, Joan, w. of John, 169
-, John, 169
-, Wm., 169
-, fam., 169

Wallingford (Berks.), cast., dean of St. Nic.'s chap. in, see Morpeth

Wallis:
-, F. J., 112
-, John, bell-founder, 180, 202, 251
-, John (fl. 1675), 226
-, John, rector of Everleigh, 141

Wallopp, Eliz., 169

Walrond, fam., 161–2

Walsh:
-, Hen., 210
-, Sophia, see Heathcote
-, Sophia, dau. of Sophia, 210

Walter, clerk, 148

Walter, prior of the order of St. John of Jerusalem (Hospitallers), 220

Walter the clerk, and his w. Agnes, 120

Walter:
-, Hubert, bp. of Salisbury, 220
-, Zachary, 225, 229

Waltham, Bishop's (Hants), 29

Walton (in Downton), see Wick

Wanborough, 159–60, 163, 165; and see Earlscourt

Wanborough, South (Hants), 37

Wangford (Suff.), rector of, see Merest

Wansdyke (the East), 151, 183–4, 186–8

Wapshare, Jas., 34

War Department (Secretary of State for War, War Office), 109, 112, 118–22, 125–6, 128–9, 131, 133–4, 137, 139, 143–5, 147–9, 166, 168, 170, 173, 175, 177, 180, 210, 224

Ward & Hughes, 114

Wardour:
-, Anne, m. Arthur Savage, 169
-, Chidiock, 169
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1646), 169
-, Edw. (fl. c. 1700), 169
-, Joan, see Temse
-, Mary, see Bamfield
-, Nic, 169
-, Wm., 169

Wardour (in Tisbury), 18, 103

Wardour, Vale of, 92

Wareham (Dors.), priory, 171

Waring & Blake, 157

Warlingham (Surr.), 149

Warminster, 98, 100, 103, 221, 234
-, poor-law union, 220
-, workhouse, 225, 232
-, Sch. of Infantry, 177
-, and see Boreham

Warminster Green (in Downton), see Redlynch

warren, 77; and see free warren; hare warren; rabbit warrens

Warwick:
-, Joan, w. of Nic. of, 144
-, Nic. of, 144
-, Wm. of, 144

Warwick:
-, earldom, 85
-, earls of, see Beauchamp, Thos.; Beaumont

Warwick, 33

Washbourne:
-, Thos., 244
-, fam., 244

Waspray:
-, John, 226, 229, 233
-, Rob., 226, 229

Water Dean Bottom, see Chisenbury, West; Enford

water-meadows, 196; and see Barford; Bishopstone (in Downton hund.); Charlton; Chisenbury, West; Collingbourne Ducis; Downton; Hinton, Little; Longford; Longstreet; Netheravon; Nunton; Overton (and s.vv. Overton, East and West); Rollestone; Standlynch; Stockton; Wick (and s.v. New Court farm); Witherington; Wylye

watercress, 15, 49

Watkinson:
-, Geo., 8
-, M. Freya, 8

Watson:
-, Jas., 142
-, Jos., Baron Manton, 188
-, Ric., 138

Watts:
-, Francis R., 153–5
-, John Hunt (d. 1813), 153
-, John Hunt (d. 1829), 153, 155
-, fam., 155, 157

Waverley (Surr.), abbey, 10, 13

Wayte:
-, (? Wydeslade), Eliz., w. of Thos., 110
-, Geo., 248
-, Thos., 110
-, Wm., 110
-, and see Waight

Weather hill, see Fittleton

Weaver, Hen., 204, 207

weaving, weavers, 42, 100, 219

Webb:
-, Anne, m. Geo. Houghton, 228
-, Anne, w. of Sam., 228
-, Borlase Richmond, 244
-, Edm., see Richmond
-, Edw. Richmond (d. 1645), 244
-, Edw. (fl. 1797), 228
-, Erasmus, rector of Ham, canon of Windsor, 157
-, Fred., 60–1
-, John (d. 1625), 60
-, Sir John (d. 1680), 33, 60
-, Sir John (d. 1700), 60
-, Sir John (d. 1745), 60
-, Sir John (d. 1797), 60
-, Nic, vicar of Downton, 48
-, Oliver, see Richmond
-, Phil., 88
-, Sam., 228
-, Thos. (d. before 1564), see
-, Richmond
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1763), 60
-, Wm., see Richmond
-, fam., 33, 49, 60–1

Wedderburn, Jas., rector of Patney, bp. of Dunblane, 207

Wedhampton (in Urchfont), 208

Weedon (Northants.), 177

Wellesley:
-, Arthur (d. 1852), duke of Wellington, 241
-, Arthur (d. 1884), duke of Wellington, 241

wells (medicinal), 85

Wells:
-, Avice, see Lynde
-, Gilb., 7
-, Jas., 96, 133, 141
-, Rob., 96, 115, 133, 251
-, Thos., 208

Wells (Som.), cath. ch.: canons, see Tesdall; Thormerton dean, provost, see Burnell, Wm.

'West Town', see Hinton, Little: Hinton, West

West Woods, see Overton: Overton, West

Westbury, 205

Westlecott (in Wroughton), 105, 235, 237, 244, 248
-, agric, 247
-, Chilton, 244
-, farms, 244, 246–7
-, man., 244, 246–8
-, man.-ho., 244
-, mills, 247–8
-, pop., 237

Westley, John, vicar of Enford, 131, 134

Westminster, marquess of, see Grosvenor, Ric.

Westminster Assembly of Divines, 114, 141

Weston:
-, Ric, and his w. Marg., 191
-, fam., 191

Westwood, 105, 107, 187, 223–35
-, 'adv.', 233
-, agric, 229–30
-, Avoncliff, 223–5, 224, 231–3
-,-, dom. archit., 225
-,-, inn, 225
-,-, mills, 225, 227 n, 230–2
-,-, Old Court, see Bradford: poorlaw union (s.v. workhouse)
-,-, place-name, 224
-,-, rly. sta., 224
-,-, wharf, 224, 230
-,-, workhouse, see Bradford: poorlaw union
-, boundaries, 223
-, chaplains, 232–3
-, ch., 224, 232–4
-, cts., 107, 232
-, curacy, 233
-, curates, 232–3
-, cust. tenants, 229
-, Elms Cross, 223
-, farms, 226, 228–30, 232
-, glebe, 233
-, glebe-ho., 233
-, inc., 229
-, ind., 230
-, Iford, q.v.
-, Lye Green, 223, 225
-,-, dom. archit., 225
-, man., 225–33
-, man.-ho., 32, 224, 226–7, 229
-, mill, 229–31
-, place-name, 224
-, poor-relief, 232
-, pop., 224
-, prehist. rem., 224
-, prot. nonconf., 224, 234
-, 'rectors', 233
-, roads, 224
-, Rom. Catholicism, 234
-, Rom.-Brit, rem., 224
-, schs., 224, 234–5
-, Staples hill, 223
-, tithes, 232–3
-, Upper Westwood Farm, 225, 228–9
-, vicarage, 233
-, vicarage-ho., 224, 233
-, vicars, 233
-, Westwood, Lower, 223–5, 232
-,-, dom. archit., 224
-,-, inn, 224
-,-, prot. nonconf., 234
-, Westwood, Upper, 223–6, 230, 232, 234
-,-, dom. archit., 225
-,-, prot. nonconf., 234
-, woodland, 230

Weymouth Brick & Tile Company, 43

Whaddon (in Alderbury), 53

Whaplode:
-, Joan, see Roches
-, Wm., 8

wheel-making, 247

Wheeler:
-, (alias Carpenter), Ant., 65
-, J. A., 231
-, Jas., 65
-, Thos. (fl. 1565), see Carpenter
-, (alias Carpenter), Thos. (d. c. 1586), 65
-, (alias Carpenter), Thos. (fl. 1624–6), 65
-, (alias Carpenter), Thos. (fl. 1626– 1724, several others), 65
-, Thos. (d. c. 1668), see Carpenter
-, Thos. (fl. 1677), see Carpenter
-, Thos. (d. 1679), 65
-, (alias Carpenter), Wm., 65

Wherwell (Hants), abbey, 113, 140

Whistler, Hugh, 152

White:
-, Ant., and his w. Mary, 8
-, F. T., 244
-, Hen., 56
-, Hen., s. of Hen., 56
-, J. F. F., 244
-, Jas., rector of Rollestone, 211–12
-, John, bp. of Winchester, 6, 28, 95
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1551), 37
-, Thos. (fl. 1551), s. of Sir Thos., 37
-, Thos. (fl. 1680), 56
-, Mrs., 30

Whitechapel (Mdx.), 49, 81, 96, 251

Whitehart:
-, Hannah, see Shergall
-, Wm. (d. 1718), 11
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (d. 1718), 11
-, Wm. (fl. 1773), 11

Whitehorn, John, 89

Whiteparish, 19, 31, 33, 38, 47, 52, 56, 61, 74. 173
-, Newhouse, 22, 30–1, 33, 37–8, 40, 54, 60, 74; and see Newhouse estate
-, park, 30–1
-, and see Brickworth

Whitmarsh:
-, Chris., 10
-, Wm., 10

Whitsbury (Hants), 19

Wick (in Downton), 19, 23, 40, 43, 62, 72–5
-, agric., 35, 74–5
-, common marsh, 75
-, cust. tenants, 28, 74–5
-, dom. archit., 73
-, estates, 73–4
-, farms, 73–5
-, field system, 35
-, Gravel Close, 25, 72–3
-,-, dom. archit., 73
-, inc., 73, 75
-, Long Close, 72–3, 75
-,-, dom. archit., 73
-, New Court, 24, 29, 61, 72–4
-, New Court farm, 11 n, 28, 34–5, 43, 66, 73–5
-,-, water-meadows, 55, 58, 75, 77
-, place-name, 72
-, pop., 24, 73
-, Walton, 23, 43, 52, 63, 68, 72, 74–5
-,-, cust. tenants, 74
-,-, place-name, 72
-,-, pop., 72
-, water-meadows, 75

wicker chair making, 42

Wickham:
-, Eliz., 228
-, John, 228
-, fam., 228
-, and see Wykeham

Wiggins, Teape, Carter, & Barlow, 42

Wight, Isle of, see Arreton; Carisbrooke; Chessell

Wilcot, 183, 200; and see Draycot Fitz Payne; Stowell, East

Wilkes:
-, Sir Thos., 31, 37, 40, 47
-, Wm., vicar of Downton, 47

Willett & Wilkins, 230

William I, 23, 36, 85, 136, 168, 192

William II, 85

William III (William of Orange), 98

William, duke of Bavaria, 137
-, his w., see Maud

William (fl. 1086), 119

William, Waleran s. of, see Waleran

William son of Arthur, 53

William son of Gerard, 53

William son of Gilbert, 53

William son of Waleran, 59

William son of William (s. of Gilb.), 53

Williams:
-, Alf., writer, 238
-, Anne, see Lynde
-, Chas., 88
-, Jas. Chas., 88
-, Sir John (fl. 1543). 227
-, Sir John (d. 1617, ? another), 7
-, John (fl. 1617), grds. of Sir John (d. 1617), 7
-, John (fl. 1689), 96
-, Nic, 88
-, Rob., 7
-, Wm., see Mead

Willowes, Ric, ? rector of Ham, 157

Wilmer, John, ? rector of Ham, 157

Wilsford (in Swanborough hund.), 207

Wilsford (in Underditch hund.), see Lake

Wilson:
-, Chas., 164
-, John, 165
-, M. C, 162

Wilton:
-, Gerald of, 113
-, Harvey of, 172
-, Jas., 11
-, Sarah, w. of Jas., 11

Wilton, 98, 168
-, abbey, 183, 189, 192, 194–5, 198–9, 241
-, Free School, 89
-, poor-law union, 16

Wilton estate, 3, 6, 9–11

Wilton Royal Carpet Factory, 42

Wilts. & Berks, canal, 237–8

Wilts., Somerset & Weymouth Railway, 213, 224

Wiltshire, J. P., 109

Wiltshire:
-, county council, 118, 128, 131, 239– 40, 246
-, parl. (Faulston Ho.) cttee., 8, 13
-, quarter sessions, 98
-, sheriff, see Topp, John

Wiltshire and East Somerset Congregational Union, 97

Wiltshire Down sheep, 128

Wimborne Minster (Dors.), 220

Winchester:
-, earls of, see Quency
-, honor, 240
-, marquess of, see Paulet, Chas. Ingoldsby

Winchester (Hants), 127
-, abbey of the Holy Trinity (New Minster, Hyde Abbey), 108, 243
-, archdeacon, see Bildeston
-, bpric, 46
-, bps., 13, 45, 101, 152, 156, 189,192, 199, 204, 206, 220, 249
-,-, as holders of cts., 1, 15, 43–5, 80–1, 93–4, 101, 219
-,-, as owners of estates, 1, 6–7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 19, 22–3, 27–9, 31–2, 35–41, 43, 46–8, 53–4, 56–7, 59, 64, 68, 73–80, 85–7, 90–1, 93, 98–100, 121, 126, 152–3, 188, 191–2, 194, 204, 206, 214–15, 217, 226, 238–9, 244
-,-, as patrons of chs., 16, 31, 46, 81, 95, 130, 156, 163, 199, 206, 220, 249
-,-, demesnes of, 5, 11, 28, 35–7, 39, 41, 46, 52, 54–5, 57, 62, 64–5, 72–4, 76, 78–9, 86–7, 90–3, 100
-,-, and see Blois; Denewulf; DuppaEdendon; Fox, Ric.; Frithustan; Gardiner; Giffard, Wm.; Horne; Ilchester; Lucy; Morley, Geo.; Ponet; Pontoise; Roches, Peter des; Stigand; Sumner; White, John; Wykeham, Wm of cath. ch. of St. Swithun (formerly St. Peter and St. Paul, Old Minster), 6, 19,27–8, 87, 119, 126, 130, 152, 160, 189, 192, 198, 226, 230
-,-, canons, 214; and see Darell, Nic.
-,-, dean and chapter (chapter), 163–5; as holders of cts., 107, 162–3; as owners of estates, 106, 122, 128, 152–4, 160–2, 188, 193, 204, 214, 226, 228, 238–9, 245, 247, 249–50; as patrons of ch., 200
-,-, dean, see Gamier
-,-, monks, 192, 204, 214, 226, 244
-,-, 'prebend of Elingdon alias Wroughton', 250
-,-, refectory, 192
-,-, sacrist, 192
-, ch. of St. Peter and St. Paul, 6, 27
-, Coll., 30–1, 33, 37–9, 43–4, 46–9, 51, 58, 67, 72, 119, 212
-,-, headmaster, see Romsey, Thos. hosp. of St. Cross, 199, 220
-, priory (convent, monks, prior, prior and convent) of St. Swithun's, 27–8, 106–7, 127, 130, 147, 152, 155, 160–1, 163, 198–9, 217, 220, 227, 232, 238, 248–9
-,-, almoner, 197, 205
-,-, as appropriator of ch., 191, 199
-,-, as holder of cts., 107, 129–30, 156, 162–3, 199, 206, 219, 232
-,-, as owner of estates, 87, 105–6, 119, 122, 124, 126–7, 131, 133, 152, 159–61, 183, 188, 192, 194, 196–7, 199–200, 204–6, 214, 226, 230, 235, 238–9, 243 n, 244–5, 249–50
-,-, as patron of chs., 130, 156, 163, 199, 206, 249
-,-, chamberlain, 152, 155
-,-, demesnes of, 119, 126–8, 152, 155, 161–2, 188, 192, 194, 197, 204, 217, 219–20, 226, 229
-,-, hoarder (and kitchener), 122, 160, 162, 226
-,-, precentor, 249
-,-, treasury, 197, 205
-, see, 141, 214
-, and see Barton

Windmill hill, see Knoyle, East

windmills, 93, 109, 112, 139, 198, 248

Windsor (Berks.), cast., 198
-, chap, of St. Geo.:
-,-, canon, see Webb, Erasmus
-,-, chapter, 156
-,-, dean, see Wren, Chris.

Wing, Geo., 52

Wing (Bucks.), 64

Wingfield with Rowley, 223
-, Rowley alias Wittenham, 227 n
-, Wittenham with Rowley, 231 n

Winsley, 233

'Winterbourne', see Rollestone

Winterbourne Bassett, 200

Winterbourne Monkton, 184, 200

Winterbourne Stoke, 208

Witherington:
-, Rob. of, 69
-, Wm. of, 69

Witherington (in Downton), 19, 23, 43, 52–3, 55–8, 68, 71, 75–7
-, agric., 35, 76–7
-, boundaries, 75–6
-, chaplain, 77
-, ch., 46, 77
-, cust. tenants, 76
-, dom. archit., 76
-, estates, 28, 76
-, farm, 28, 34, 37, 76–7
-, field system, 35
-, glebe, 47, 77
-, mills, 76–7
-, pop., 76
-, road, 76
-, tithes, 47, 77
-, water-meadows, 55, 58, 71, 77
-, Witherington Farm, 76

Withers, Chris., and his w. Joan, 9

Wittenham (in Wingfield), see Wingfield

Wodnesbeorg, battles of, 187

Wood:
-, John, architect, 70
-, John (another), 161

Woodborough, 190, 207; and see Honey Street

Woodfalls:
-, Agnes, w. of John of, 33
-, Alan of, 33
-, Joan of, m. 1 Sir Hugh Cheyne, 2 Sir Thos. Blount, 3 Thos. Linford, 33
-, John of (d. c. 1288), 33
-, John of (fl. 1323), 33
-, Marg., w. of Sir Wm. of, 32
-, (formerly Milford), Sir Steph. of, 32
-, (formerly Milford), Sir Wm. of, 32–3
-, fam., 33

Woodfalls (in Downton), 19, 22–3, 26–7, 36, 39, 43
-, agric, 38–9
-, dom. archit., 27
-, farms, 32–3, 37–9
-, inc., 27
-, ind., 43
-, inns, 27
-, Lodge Farm, 33
-, man., 26, 28, 32–3, 36, 38–9, 53, 56
-, man.–ho., 33
-, pop., 27
-, prot. nonconf., 50
-, streets, 27
-, Woodfalls Farm, 27, 33

woodfare, 127

Woodford, Edw., 226

Woodham, Thos. Fielden, 247

Woodhay, Wm., 69

Woodlands, John, 49, 52

Woodman:
-, Hen. D., 153–4, 156
-, Wm., 154

woodreeve, 37

Woodshaw:
-, Grace, see Hugyn
-, Thos., 70
-, Thos., s. of Thos., 70

Woodward:
-, John, 162
-, fam., 162

woodwards, 155, 194

Woodyear, Harriett, 52

Wookey, C. B., 128

Wootton Bassett, 244, 248

Worcester, earls of, see Tiptoft

Worcester, bps. of, see Earle; Yeatman-Biggs, Huyshe Wolcott

Worcestershire, see Evesham;

Redditch Wordsell, E. J., & Son, 177

workhouses, see Bishopstone (in Downton hund.); Bradford: poor-law union; Downton; Hindon; Knoyle, East; Warminster: poor-law union; Wroughton

Wort:
-, C. M., 10
-, Geo., 10
-, J. H., 10

Wortham (Suff.), 250

Wraxall, South, 233

Wray:
-, Anne, see Bourchier
-, Sir Bourchier, 171
-, Sir Chichester, 171

Wren:
-, Chris., rector of Fonthill Bishop, rector of East Knoyle, dean of Windsor, 81, 95–6, 97
-, Sir Chris., architect, 95

Wright:
-, Chas., 151, 154
-, Sam., rector of Stockton, 221

Wriothesley:
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1550), earl of Southampton, 140
-, Thos. (d. 1667), earl of Southampton, 140

writs, return of, 43, 93, 106–7, 129, 140, 199

Wroth:
-, Hen., 192
-, Sir John (d. 1396), 32–3, 53, 122
-, John (d. 1407), 122
-, John (fl. 1618), 192
-, Marg., see Buckland
-, Ric, 190
-, Rob. (fl. before 1597), 192
-, Rob. (d. 1606, ?the same), 192
-, Thos. (? two of the name), 192

Wroughton, Sir Thos., 192

Wroughton, 105, 107, 187, 205, 235– 52, 236
-, advs., 249
-, agric, 161, 244–7
-, Barbury Castle, 235, 243
-,-, battle, 235
-, boundaries, 235
-, Can Court fields, 235
-, chars., 251–2
-, Chilton, see Westlecott
-, ch., 96, 105, 235, 237, 244, 249–51
-, common marsh, 245
-, common meadow, 245
-, Costow Farm, see Salthrop
-, ct., 107, 245, 248
-, curates, 250
-, cust. tenants, 245
-, dom. archit., 238
-, Elcombe, q.v.
-, Ellendune, 235, 237–9, 247, 249
-,-, battle, 235
-, farms, 238–9, 245, 248
-, glebe, 245, 249–50
-, inc., 239, 245, 249
-, ind., 247
-, man., 205, 235, 238–45, 247–8
-, man.-ho., 235, 238–9
-, mills, 237–8, 247–8
-, Overtown, q.v.
-, place-name, 237
-, poor-relief, 248–9
-, pop., 237–8
-, prehist. rem., 235; and see Wroughton: Barbury Castle
-, prot. nonconf., 251
-, Quidhampton, q.v.
-, R.A.F. sta., 238–9, 244–5, 247
-,-, hosp., 238
-, rectors, 239, 245, 249–50; and see Morley, Francis; Newlin, Rob.
-, rectory, 239, 249–50
-, rectory estate, 239–40, 245, 249
-, rectory-ho., 235, 240, 251
-, roads, 237
-, Rom. Catholicism, 251
-, Rom.-Brit. rem., 235
-, Salthrop, q.v.
-, schs., 250–2
-, streets, 238
-, tithes, 239, 245, 249–50
-, vicarage, 249
-, vicarage-ho., 235, 249–50
-, vicars, 249–50; and see Honyland; Light; Merest
-, Westlecott, q.v.
-, wharf, 237–8
-, workhouse, 248–9
-, Wroughton, Lower, 235
-,-, agric, 244
-,-, man., 239, 243
-,-, prot. nonconf., 251
-,-, sch., 252
-, Wroughton, North, 238
-,-, ch., 250

Wulfgar, 152
-, his w., see Aeffe

Wulfhere (fl. late 9th cent.), 214

Wulfric (fl. 956), 6

Wulfric (fl. c. 1050), 192, 204–5

Wulfswyth (fl. 939), 188

Wyatt:
-, Jas., 64, 241
-, Jeffry, 215
-, T. H., 58, 67, 81, 96, 102

Wydeslade:
-, John, 110, 210
-, Eliz., see Wayte

Wyghebergh:
-, Ric., 172
-, Win., 172

Wykeham:
-, John, rector of Stockton, 221
-, Wm. of, bp. of Winchester, 31, 46–7, 76
-, and see Wickham

Wylye, John, 191

Wylye, 212, 220–1
-, deanery, 211
-, sta., 213
-, water-meadows, 218

Wylye, riv., 213, 218

Wylye Valley Nursing Assoc. 223

Wyndham:
-, Geo., 88
-, Guy Ric. Chas., 88
-, Jos. Ashe (or Ashe, Jos. Wyndham), 29
-, Maria, see Heathcote
-, Percy Lyulph, 88
-, Percy Scawen, 88

Wynnard:
-, Eliz., see Skilling
-, John, 110, 210

Wynne, Ellis, 10

Y.

Yarworth, Sam., chaplain of Hindon, 102

Yeatman:
-, Arthur Godolphin, see Yeatman-Biggs
-, Huyshe Wolcott, see Yeatman-Biggs

Yeatman-Biggs:
-, (formerly Yeatman), Arthur Godolphin, 214–15
-, (formerly Yeatman), Huyshe Wolcott, bp. of Southwark, of Worcester, and of Coventry, 214–15, 221
-, N. H., 215
-, Wm. Huyshe, 215
-, fam., 215

Yerbury:
-, Francis, 231
-, John (d. c. 1614), 231
-, John, s. of John (d. c. 1614), 231
-, John (d. c. 1825), 231
-, John (d. 1858), 231
-, Wm., 231
-, fam., 231

York:
-, abp., 249
-, cath. ch. (minster), prebend in, 46

Yorke:
-, Marg., see Ernie
-, Rog., 87

Yorkshire, see Lindley

Young:
-, H., 123, 128
-, H. T., 123
-, Maria, see Rooke
-, Nic, vicar of Downton, 47
-, Wal., 9
-, Sir Wm., 70

Younger, John, rector and vicar of Bishopstone, dean of Salisbury, 17

Z.

Zeals (in Mere), 125

Zouche:
-, Sir Alan de la, 168
-, Helen or Ellen, see Quency



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