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'Index', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 13: South-west Wiltshire: Chalke and Dunworth hundreds (1987), pp. 249-277. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=116127 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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The following are among the abbreviations used: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; Alf., Alfred; A.-S., Anglo-Saxon; Ant., Anthony; abp., archbishop; archit., architecture; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; bpric., bishopric; Brit., British; cath., cathedral; Cath., Catherine; cent., century; chant., chantry; chap., chapel; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church; coll., college; ctss., countess; ct., court; cust., customary; Dan., Daniel; d., died; dom., domestic; dchss., duchess; eccl., ecclesiastical; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; Eust., Eustace; fam., family; 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; Laur., Laurence; Ld., Lord; man., manor; mchnss., marchioness; Marg., Margaret; mkt., market; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Maur., Maurice; Mic, Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic, Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; n, note; par., parish; pk., park; 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; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sid., Sidney; Sim., Simon; sis., sister; s., son; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Vct., Viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William.

A.

Abergavenny, marquess of, see Larnach-Nevill

actress, 42

Acts of Parliament:
-, Cathedrals Act (1840), 183
-, Gilbert's Act, 239
-, Public Worship Regulation Act (1874), 136
-, Supremacy, 152
-, Uniformity, 152

Adam, Rob., 152, 162

Adams:
-, Rice, rector of Donhead St. Mary, canon of Salisbury, 152
-, Rice, s. of Rice, rector of Donhead St. Mary, 152

Adderbury, Thos. of, 210

Adderbury (Oxon.), as address, 210

Aelfgifu, w. of King Edmund, 208

affray, 176

agricultural machinery, see chain harrows; hay turners; rick ventilators; telescopic rakes; telescopic spring cultivators; threshing machines

agricultural machinery manufacture, 91, 97, 236–7

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

agriculture, see under places and hopyards; orchards; vineyards

Aileva (fl. 1066), 9

Ailietus (fl. 1130), 215

Air Department, 123

Aish, Albert, 144; and see Ash

Aiulf the chamberlain, 79, 83

Aldbourne, 243
-, as address, 26, 153

Aldeford, Jollan de, and his w. Cecily, 118

ales (parish), 152

Alfred, King, 129, 131, 143, 197, 207

aliens, 160, 167; and see Danes; Frenchman

Allan, E. H. H., 209

allotments and smallholdings, 45, 97, 164, 185

almshouses, see Bath; Swallowcliffe; Teffont Evias

Alton Barnes, man., 106

Alvediston, 3–4, 6, 7–16, 17
-, adv., 15
-, agric, 12–14
-, boundaries, 7
-, chap., 14, 34, 49
-, char., 16
-, ch., 1, 7–8, 14–16, 49, 59
-, common meadows, 12
-, the Coombe, 7, 12
-, cts., 14
-, curates, 15, 49
-, cust. tenants, 12–13
-, dom. archit., 8, 11–12
-, Elcombe Down, 7, 12–13, 52
-, farms, 9, 12–15
-, field systems, 7
-, Gallows Hill, 7, 13
-, glebe, 15
-, inc., 13
-, inn, 8
-, man., 7–12, 14–15
-,-, Norrington, q.v.
-,-, Parhams or Sam ways, 11–12, 14
-,-, Rectory, 12
-,-, Trow, 9–10, 12–13, 22, 42
-,-, Trow Crawley, 10, 13
-, Manor Ho., 8, 13–14
-, Middle Down, 7, 12–13
-, mills, 14
-, Norrington, q.v.
-, pk., 12
-, poor relief, 14
-, pop., 8
-, prehist. rem., 7
-, prot. nonconf., 8, 16
-, rectory, 12
-, recusancy, 16
-, roads, 7–8
-, sch., 8, 16
-, settlement, 8
-, tithes, 12, 15
-, Trow Down, 7–8, 13
-, vicarage, 14–15, 25, 34, 58, 64–5
-, vicarage ho., 8, 15
-, vicars, 14–15, 49–50; and see Sloper
-, village, 8
-, West End, q.v.
-, White Sheet Hill, q.v.
-, Windmill Hill, 7–8, 14
-, woodland, 7, 57

Alvric (fl. 1066), 94

Alvric (? another, fl. before 1130), 213

Alward (fl. 1066), 54

Alward (? another, fl. 1086), 181

Alwyne:
-, Alice, 42–3
-, John, 42–3, 50
-, Rob., and his w. Agnes, 42
-, Rog., and his w. Agnes, 42

Alye:
-, Cath., m. Mic. Malet, 216
-, Cecily, m. Gawen Malet, 216
-, Fabian, see Stanley
-, Hen., 216
-, John (d. 1579), 216
-, John (another), 216

America, United States of, see Baltimore; Maryland

American Red Cross, 145

Ames:
-, Jas., 110–11
-, John, 72
-, Wm., 71

Amesbury, see Stonehenge

amusements and pastimes, 152; and see ales (parish); bands (musical); club; exhibition; holidays, seaside; maypole dancing; racecourses; theatres; Tisbury: assembly rooms

Anabaptists, 51

Anderson, Wm., chaplain of Ansty, 99

Andrews:
-, Revd. E. W. R., 87
-, I. V., and his w., 41
-, Ric, 160
-, Rob., 218
-, W. R., rector of Teffont Evias, 193

Anglo-Saxon settlement and remains, see Ansty; Berwick St. John; Chalke, Broad; Easton Bassett; Ebbesborne Wake

Animal Defence and Anti-Vivisection Society, 130

Animal Defence Trust, 130

animal feedstuff manufacture and marketing, 234, 237

animal sanctuary, 130

animals, see Animal Defence and Anti-Vivisection Society; Animal Defence Trust; animal feedstuff manufacture and marketing; animal sanctuary; beagles; breeding, experimental; Brit. Friesian cattle; deer; dogs; donkeys; greyhound; Hampshire Down sheep; horses; hounds; menagerie; nature reserve; pet food preparation; pig breeding and rearing; racehorse breeding and training; reindeer; Southdown sheep; stud farm; Suffolk sheep; waifs and strays; warrens; yaks

Ansells and Oysters, see Semley: man.

Ansty, 8, 89, 92, 93–100, 178, 185, 195, 198
-, A.-S. rem., 93
-, adv., 98–9, 240
-, agric, 93, 96–7
-, Ansty Coombe, 8, 93
-,-, dom. archit., 94
-,-, place name, 93
-, Ansty Down, 93, 96
-, Ansty Water, 93
-, boundaries, 93, 98
-, chaplains, 98–9; and see Anderson; Archer, John; Easton
-, char., 79, 100
-, Choulden Hill, q.v.
-, ch., 94, 96, 98–9, 123, 184, 240, 242
-, common meadow, 96
-, cts., 97–8
-, curate, 184
-, cust. tenants, 96, 98
-, dom. archit., 94–5
-, farms, 94–8, 129, 132–3, 209, 227
-, Horwood, 93, 97
-, inc., 96–7
-, ind., 97, 236
-, inn, 94
-, man., 89, 94–8, 180, 184
-, the Manor, 94–5, 97
-,-, stables, 94–6, 97
-, mills, 97–8
-, peculiar, eccl., 98–9
-, place name, 93–4
-, ponds, 93, 95
-, poor relief, 98
-, pop., 93–4
-, preceptory, of the knights of the hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem, 43. 94–6, 98–9, 180
-, prehist. rem., 93
-, prot. nonconf., 99–100
-, rector, 98
-, rectory, 96, 99
-, recusancy, 99
-, roads, 8, 93–4
-, Rom. Catholicism, 99–100, 244
-, sch., 100
-, streets, 94
-, tithes, 96, 99
-, vicar, 98
-, vicarage, 98, 183
-, village, 93–4
-, woodland, 93, 95–7, 126, 233; and see Ansty: Horwood

apostasy, 244

apothecary, 99

apprenticing, 131, 247–8

appropriations of churches, 31, 34, 41, 223, 240

aprons, 247

Apshill (in Tisbury), 196–7, 206–7, 231, 237, 241
-, dom. archit., 206–7
-, farms, 231–2, 247
-, inc., 231
-, inn, 207
-, man., 208, 219, 231

Aquitaine (France), 159, 213

arbitration, 151

Archer:
-, John, chaplain of Ansty, 99
-, Thos., 147

archidiaconal jurisdiction, freedom from, 183

architects, artists, and designers, see Adam; Archer, Thos.; Bacon; Banks; Beaton; Benett, John (d. 1852); Blomfield; Blow; Brandon, D.; Brown, Lancelot; Burn; Casali; Caux; Chambers; Christian; Dale; Fowler; Harding, Mic; Harding, Mic, & Elgar; Herbert, Mervyn; Hoare; Imrie; Jones; Lane, Josiah; Manocchi; Moffat; Moon; Morris & Co.; Paine; Papworth; Ponting; Quarenghi; Reeve, J. A.; Robson; Saffron; Scoles; Scott, G. G.; Smythson; Soane; Soppitt; Tate; Triqueti; Walker, Wm.; Webb, E. D., Phil.; White, E. T.; Whitwell; Willis; Wonnacott; Wyatt, Jas., T. H.; Wynford, Wm.

architecture, domestic, see under places, and see bungalows; church houses; cottages (estate); council houses; lunatic asylum; tithe barn

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 1

areas of special scientific interest, 45, 123, 192; and see conservation areas; nature reserve; Special Landscape Area

Argyle Independent chapel, see Bath

Arnold, Wal., 22

Arundell:
-, Anne, m. Cecil Calvert, Baron Baltimore, 70
-, Anne, w. of Jas. (d. 1803), see Wyndham
-, Anne, w. of John, Baron Arundell (d. 1906), 221
-, Christina, w. of Hen., Baron Arundell (d. 1808), 246
-, Gerald, Baron Arundell, 130, 221
-, Hen., Baron Arundell (d. 1694), 70, 84, 95, 135, 143, 208, 221–2
-, Hen., Baron Arundell (d. 1726), 84, 143, 221
-, Hen., Baron Arundell (d. 1746), 84, 143, 221
-, Hen., Baron Arundell (d. 1756), 74, 84, 143, 221
-, Hen., Baron Arundell (d. 1808), 71, 84, 87, 130, 143, 145, 150, 153, 209, 220–1, 223–4, 240
-, Hen., Baron Arundell (d. 1862), 100, 130, 143–4, 221
-, Jas. (d. 1803), 11, 22, 27, 131
-, Jas., Baron Arundell (d. 1817), 22, 27, 84, 95, 129, 131, 143, 145, 151, 221, 246
-, Jas., Baron Arundell (d. 1834), 70, 84, 130, 143–4, 209, 221
-, John, Baron Arundell (d. 1906), 98, 221, 240
-, John, Baron Arundell (d. 1944), 79, 95, 100, 138, 221, 248
-, Marg., 83, 143, 151, 208, 214–15, 221, 240
-, Mary, w. of Jas., Baron Arundell (d. 1817), 138
-, Sir Mat., 70, 77, 81, 83–4, 87, 95, 143, 145, 151, 208, 214–15, 220–2, 224, 228, 240, 247–8
-, (formerly Talbot), R. J. A., 70, 95, 129, 143–4, 221–2
-, R. J. R., 70, 95, 129, 133, 221–2
-, Sir Thos., 83–4, 129, 135, 143, 145–6, 151, 16o, 166–7, 170, 208, 214–15, 221, 224, 240
-, Thos., Baron Arundell (d. 1639), 70, 77, 84, 87, 95, 143, 221, 243, 247
-, Thos., Baron Arundell (d. 1643), 70, 84, 95, 143, 221
-, Thos., Baron Arundell (d. 1712), 84, 143, 221
-, Sir Wm., 240
-, fam., 70–1, 78, 87, 97, 129, 207, 215, 221–2, 224, 240, 243–4

Arundell, Barons, 1, 70, 84, 106, 135, 137, 146–7, 151, 208–9, 221, 240

Arundell farm, see Donhead St. Andrew: man.

Asbury, J. S., 73

Ash:
-, Edw., 151
-, John (d. 1659), 189
-, John, s. of John (d. 1659), 189–90
-, John (another, fl. 1692), 189
-, Revd. Rob., 224
-, Wm., 151
-, and see Aish

Ashcombe, see Berwick St. John: man.

Ashcombe Bottom, see Berwick St. John

Ashcombe House, see Berwick St. John

Ashfold:
-, Joan of, 220
-, John of, and his w. Constance, 220
-, John of (another, fl. 1370), 220
-, Jordan of, 220
-, Rob. of, 220
-, Rog. of, 220
-, Wm. of, 220

Ashfold, see Tisbury

Ashgoe, Vincent of, 96

Ashgrove (in Donhead St. Mary), 143, 145, 147, 150
-, agric, 149
-, dom. archit., 143, 145–6
-, farms, 145, 149–50, 154
-, inc., 149
-, man., 145–7

Ashley, Baron, see Cooper

Ashmore (Dors.), 24, 140 ch., 86

Ashurst:
-, Isabel of, 73
-, John of, and his w. Maud, 73

assarting, 111

assembly rooms, see Tisbury

assizes:
-, of ale, 92, 150, 183, 239
-, of bread, 92, 150, 183, 239
-, (county), see Wiltshire: assizes

Astley, Sir John, Bt., 65

Atcliffe:
-, John, 73
-, Rog. (two of the name), 73

Athelstan, King, 118

Aubrey (fl. 1086), 212

Aubrey:
-, John, 44, 50–1, 122, 191
-, Thos. (d. 1590), 170, 172
-, Thos. (fl. 1591), 172
-, fam., 44

auctions of wood, 25; and see forestry (commercial); sawmills; woodyard

Audley:
-, Edm., rector of Berwick St. John, archdeacon of E. Riding of Yorks., 26
-, Hugh, earl of Gloucester, 83
-, John, Ld. Audley, 222
-, Marg., m. Ralph de Stafford, earl of Stafford, 83
-, Marg., see Clare
-, Ric, 170, 172–3

Audley, Baron, see Tuchet, Jas.

Augmentations, Court of:
-, auditor of, see Colthurst, Mat.
-, decree, 223

Augustinians, 9–10, 42–3

Austen:
-, Revd. J. H., 87
-, Revd. John, 87

authors, see Adams, Rice; Aubrey, John; Beckford, Wm. (d. 1844); Bowles, Wm. Lisle; Bryant; Chapman, H. E.; Dansey; Davies, Sir John; Elyot, Sir Thos.; Jenison, Jas.; Kipling; Marshall; Mason; Weldon, John; Williams, Rowland

aviary, 82

Avon, earl of, see Eden

Avon (Christchurch), riv., 3

Axford (in Ramsbury), man., 220

Aylesbury, Thos., rector of Berwick St. Leonard, 104

B.

Bacon, John, the elder, 162

bacon curers and curing, 174

Baddesley, Wm. de, and his w. Maud, 110

Bailey:
-, Victoria, w. of Wilfrid Russell Bailey, Baron Glanusk, m. 2 P. B. Frere, 8–9, 94–5, 179
-, Mr., 31

bailiffs:
-, itinerant, 92
-, royal, 86

Baker:
-, Edw. (d. by 1822), 144
-, Edw. (d. 1862), 143–4

Ballon, Margery de, see Cumin

Baltimore, Baron, see Calvert

Baltimore (U.S.A.), abp. of, see Carroll

Bamfield:
-, Anne, see Bodenham
-, Sir Wm., 55

Banbury, John, rector of Donhead St. Mary, 152

bands (musical), 82
-, brass, 40
-, silver, 94

Banks, Thos., 162

Baptists, 27, 35, 51, 78, 125, 138, 176, 244
-, General, 125
-, Particular, 78, 99, 245

Barber:
-, Anne, w. of John Wyndham (d. 1750), 22
-, Geo., 77
-, Rob. (d. 1686), 22, 77, 220
-, Rob. (d. 1740), 22, 77, 220
-, Rob. (fl. 1763), 220

Barfoot:
-, Rob., 71
-, Miss, 79
-, farm., 71–2

Barford:
-, Ric, rector of Chilmark, 124
-, Thos., rector of Chilmark, 124
-, Wm., rector of Chilmark, 124

Barford St. Martin, 192
-, ch., 192

Barker, Geo., 87

Barker's Hill, see St. Bartholomew's Hill

Barnaby, Revd. Gabriel, 130

Barnes:
-, J., rector of Berwick St. Leonard, 104
-, Jane, w. of Wm., m. 2 John Barnes, 11
-, John, 11
-, John (another), vicar of Tisbury, 242
-, Wm., 11

Baron, Rob., 74

Barre:
-, Joan, see Rigge
-, Sir John, 108, 112

Barrett, John, 133

Barrington, Shute, bp. of Salisbury, 87

Barrow:
-, Edw., 181
-, Isabel, w. of Wal., m. 2 Sir Hugh Tyrrell, 181
-, John, and his w. Christine, 181
-, John, s. of John, 181
-, Wal., 181

Barter (Bartour):
-, Frank, 31
-, H. J., 31
-, Hen., 23
-, L. A., 56

Bartlett, J. H., & Sons, 234

Bartour, see Barter

basket maker and making, 47, 150

Bassett:
-, Eliz., see Price
-, Ric, 108

Bateman, Marianne Jones, 155

Bath:
-, marquessate, 42, 63, 113
-, marquesses of, see Thynne

Bath (Som.):
-, almsho., 146
-, Argyle Independent chap., 245
-, corporation, 146

Bathampton (in Steeple Langford), 219, 247–8
-, as address, 218–19

Bavant:
-, Adam, 9, 63, 217
-, Alice, see Scudamore
-, Hawise, w. of Sir Rog. (d. 1355), 9–10, 63, 217
-, Joan, m. Sir John Dauntsey, 9, 63
-, Sir Rog. (d. c. 1338), 9, 63, 65, 217
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1355), 9, 63–4, 217
-, fam., 42

Baverstock:
-, ch., 192
-, curate, 99

Bayeux:
-, Bevis de, 9, 54
-, Gillian de, 11
-, Steph. de, 11

Baynton:
-, Christine de, see Wake
-, Sir Edw., 70, 77, 84, 210
-, Ellen de, see Wake
-, Francis, 70
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Edw., m. 2 Sir Jas. Stumpe, 3 Thos. Stafford, 70, 77, 84, 87
-, Joan de, see Wake
-, John (d. 1465), and his w. Cath., 84
-, John (d. 1516), 84, 87
-, Mat. de, see Wake

Beacon Hill) (in Fonthill Gifford), 155, 162, 196, 228

beagles, 98

Beale:
-, A. J., 95
-, R., 95

Beaton, Sir Cecil, 23, 42

Beauchamp:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wal., see Roches
-, Eliz., w. of Ric, earl of Warwick, see Berkeley
-, Ric, bp. of Salisbury, 86
-, Ric, earl of Warwick, 108
-, Ric, Ld. St. Amand (d. 1508), 86–7
-, Sir Wal., 84, 87
-, Sir Wm., and his w. Eliz., Baroness St. Amand, 87

Beaufoe:
-, Ric, 118
-, Thos., and his w. Clarice, 118
-, Wm., 118

Beaufoy:
-, H. M., 145
-, M. H., 143, 145

Beckett, Archibald, 199, 237

Beckford:
-, Julines, 166
-, Maria, w. of Wm. (d. 1770), 169
-, Thos., 166
-, Wm. (d. 1770), 160–2, 165–6, 168–9, 214
-, Wm. (d. 1844), 160–5, 169, 206, 209, 214, 220, 224, 228
-, Wm. (another), see Pitt–Rivers

Beckingham:
-, Una, 9
-, fam., 9, 12

Beckley:
-, J. H., 31,63
-, John, 31

Bedford, John of, and his w. Margery, 42

Bedford, as address, 236

Bedford Ploughs, 236

Bedwell, Jas., rector of Teffont Evias, vicar of Odstock, 193

Bedwyn, Little:
-, Chisbury, q.v.

Belfield, C. G., 56

bell founders, see Bilbie; Burford; Cockey; Cor, Rob., Wm.; Danton; Lott, John, sr. and jr.; Jefferies & Price; Lander; Llewellins & James; Mears & Stainbank; Purdue, Ric, Rog., Wm.; Tosier, Clement, Wm.; Walgrave; Wallis; Warner, John, & Sons; Wasbrough Hale & Co.; Wells, Rob.

bell founding, 125

bell foundry, see Salisbury

Bellott, Thos., 146

Benedictines, as chaplains, 168

Benett:
-, Ant., 73, 211
-, Chris., 71, 110
-, John (fl. 1570–5), 211
-, John (d. 1772), 74
-, John (d. 1852), 70–4, 101, 103–4, 109–10, 146, 161, 175, 202, 209, 211–12, 214, 216, 224, 230, 246
-, John (d. 1856), 70, 211
-, Parthenia, 74
-, Susannah, m. Revd. Ric. Randall, 110
-, Thos. (fl. 1562), 211
-, Thos. (? same, d. 1591), 71, 211, 229
-, Thos. (d. 1635), 71, 74, no, 175, 211
-, Thos., s. of Chris., 71, no
-, Thos. (d. 1663), 71, 211
-, Thos. (d. 1667), 74
-, Thos. (fl. 1688), 71
-, Thos. (d. 1754), 211
-, Thos. (d. 1797), 72, 74, 109, 135, 211
-, Wm. (d. 1661), and his w. Agnes, 74
-, Wm. (d. 1712), 74
-, Wm. (d. 1729), 74
-, fam., 78

Benjafield, Fred., 12

Benson, Wm., 146

Berenger the butler, 9

Berenger:
-, Anstice, m. 1 Steph. Bodenham, 2
-,-, Thos. Semley, 54, 118
-, Christine, see Wake
-, Emme, w. of John (d. 1343), 54
-, Ingram (d. in or before 1336), 9, 11, 54
-, Ingram (fl. 1343), 9, 54
-, Joan, m. Peter Stantor, 54, 118
-, (or Berenger of Wells), John (d. 1272), 9, 54
-, John (d. 1343), 9, 54
-, Nic, 9, 54, 118

Berkeley:
-, Cath., m. 1 John Stourton, Ld. Stourton, 2 Sir John Brereton, 172
-, Eliz., Baroness Lisle and Baroness Teyes, m. Ric. Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, 108
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John, see Bisterne
-, Sir John, 172
-, Maur., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1368), 108
-, Sir Maur. (d. 1460), 172
-, Sir Maur. (d. 1474), 172
-, Thos., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1361), 108
-, Thos., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1417), 108, 112
-, Wm., 172
-, barony, 108

Berkshire:
-, sheriff, 130
-, and see Wallingford

Berrybrook, see Sedgehill: man.

Berwick:
-, Gode of, see Gentil
-, John of, 10, 21
-, Rob. of, 101

Berwick Coombe, see Berwick St. John

Berwick Down, see Tollard Royal

Berwick St. John, 3–4, 7–8, 16–27, 18, 82, 96, 126–7, 131, 145, 149
-, A.–S. rem., 17
-, adv., 25
-, agric, 17, 23–4, 26
-, Ashcombe Bottom, 17, 19, 24
-, Ashcombe Ho., 19, 23–4, 27, 32, 143
-, Berwick Coombe, 23
-, boundaries, 17, 140
-, Bugden Bottom, q.v.
-, chap., 19
-, char., 19, 27
-, Chase Woods, q.v.
-, ch., 15–16, 19, 25–7, 136
-, cts., 25
-, curate of, see Priaulx, —
-, cust. tenants, 17, 23–5
-, dom. archit., 19–21, 23, 26
-, Easton Bassett, q.v.
-, Easton Farm, see Easton Bassett
-, farms, 20–4, 26, 84, 132, 134
-, field system, 17
-, fraternity of Our Lady, 26
-, glebe, 24–6
-, inc., 23–4, 26
-, inn, 19
-, man., 20–5, 84
-,-, Ashcombe, 17, 22–4, 84, 220
-,-, Bridmore, 17, 19, 21–6, 213
-,-, Coty's, 23–4
-,-, Lucy's, 23–4
-,-, Rushmore, 11, 20–1; and see Berwick St. John: Rushmore Ho., Rushmore Lodge; Rushmore Ho. estate
-,-, Upton Lucy, 22–4
-, mkt., 25
-, mill, 25
-, pk., 21, 24–5
-, place name, 19
-, poor relief, 25
-, pop., 19
-, prehist. rem., 17
-, prot. nonconf., 27, 138
-, rectors, 23, 25–6, 136; and see Audley, Edm.; Gane, John (two of the name); Halewell; Lyme; Pinkney, Rob.; Priaulx, John; South, Compton; Tarrant
-, rectory, 14–15, 25–7, 136, 154
-, rectory ho., 19, 26
-, roads, 17, 19
-, Rom. Catholicism, 27
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 17
-, Rotherley Bottom, 17
-, Rushmore Ho., 16, 17, 19–21, 24, 27, 113, 131
-, Rushmore Lodge, 3, 19–21, 25
-, Sandroyd Sch., 20, 27
-, schs., 19–20, 27
-, streets, 19, 25, 27
-, tithes, 25
-, vestry, 25
-, village, 17, 19, 24, 27
-, Win Green, q.v.
-, Winkelbury Hill, 17
-, woodland, 17, 20–1, 23–6
-, Woodlands Down, 17, 23

Berwick St. Leonard, 89, 100–5, 106, 107, 155, 157–8, 161, 168, 176, 195, 225
-, adv., 103–4, 175
-, agric, 100, 102–3
-, Berwick Wood, 100, 102–3
-, boundaries, 100
-, chap., 103, 175
-, char., 105
-, Chicklade Bottom, q.v.
-, Chilfinch Hill, 102–3,111
-, ch., 100, 103–5, 168–9, 175, 239
-, Cold Berwick Hill, 100–1
-, common pastures, 102–3
-, cts., 103
-, curates, 104, 168, 176; and see Nairn, John
-, cust. tenants, 102
-, dom. archit., 101–2, 119
-, fair, 103
-, farms, 102–3
-, field systems, 111
-, glebe, 102–4
-, inc., 100, 102, 104
-, man., 101–4, 208
-, place name, 100–1
-, poor relief, 103, 192
-, pop., 100, 105
-, rectors, 102–4, 175–6, 239; and see Aylesbury; Barnes, J.; Cowte; Duraunt; Nairn, Wm.; Powton, Edw., Geo., Wm.
-, rectory, 103
-, rectory ho., 101–2, 104
-, roads, 100–1
-, Romano–Brit, settlement, 100–1, 111
-, sch., 105
-, Sedgehill, q.v.
-, tithes, 103–4, 239
-, village, 100–1
-, woodland, 100, 102–3; and see Berwick St. Leonard: Berwick Wood

Best:
-, C. E., 63
-, Edith, Baroness Wynford, 144
-, Gertrude, 144
-, Hen., 224
-, John, 63

Bevis, Jas., 235

Biddestone, Wm. of, 11

Bigge:
-, Margery, 218
-, Rob., and his w. Lucy, 217
-, Rob., s. of Rob., 217–18
-, Wal., 217

Bilbie, Wm., 243

Billhay:
-, Geof. of, 217
-, Wm. of (fl. 1194), 217
-, Wm. of (fl. 1225), 217

Billhay (in Tisbury), 197, 205, 237, 241
-, dom. archit., 205
-, farm, 217, 229–30
-, man., 208, 217, 229

Bingham:
-, Anne, see Chaldicott
-, John (fl. c. 1553), 31
-, John (d. 1673), 31
-, Ric. (d. 1482), 31
-, Ric. (d. 1656), 31
-, Ric. (d. 1735), 31
-, Ric. (d. 1755), 31
-, Ric. (d. 1823), 31
-, Ric. (d. 1829), and his w. Priscilla, 31
-, Ric, nephew of Ric (d. 1829), 31
-, Rob. (d. 1431), 31
-, Rob. (d. 1524), 31
-, Rob. (d. 1561), 31
-, Rob., s. of Rob. (d. 1561), 31
-, Rob. (? same, fl. 1586), 217
-, Thos., 31
-, fam., 56

Bingham's, see Chalke, Bower: man.

bird shooting, 166

Birdbush, see Donhead St. Mary

Birdbush farm, see Donhead St. Mary: man.

birds (less common), see peacocks, white; swans; and see aviary; heronry

Birmingham, 47

Bishopstone (in Downton hund.), 37, 47–8
-, ch., 15
-, Flamston, q.v.
-, place name, 52

Bisse, Wm., 105

Bisterne:
-, Eliz., m. Sir John Berkeley, 172
-, John (fl. 1380), 172
-, John (d. 1399), 172
-, Marg. of, see Mere
-, Rog. of, 171

Bitham Lake, see Fonthill Gifford

Blackburn, H. B., 147

Blackman:
-, And., 109, 113
-, Eleanor, see Tropenell
-, Susan, m. 1 Ric. Mompesson, 2
-,-, Chris. Eyres, 109

Blackmore:
-, R. W., rector of Donhead St. Mary, 151, 153, 155
-, Ric, rector of Donhead St. Mary, 151
-, Wm., 151

Blake, E. E., 209

Blanchard:
-, Helen, see Finlay
-, J. S., 144
-, Roy, 144
-, S. J., 144

Blandford:
-, G. G., 179–80, 182
-, Isaac, 74
-, John, 74
-, Morgan, 180

Blatch, Benj., rector of Chicklade, 113

Blomfield, A. W., 153

Blow, Detmar, 119, 211

Blyth, A. C, 218

Board:
-, S., 71
-, W., 71

Bockerly Hill, see Chicklade

Bodenham:
-, Anne, w. of Phil., m. 2 Sir Wm. Bamfield, 55
-, Anstice, m. Wm. Stantor, 118
-, Anstice, see Berenger
-, Hen. (d. 1515), 55
-, Hen. (d. c. 1573), 42, 55
-, Hen. (d. 1596), 55
-, Hen., s. of Phil. (d. 1599), 55
-, John (fl. 1662), 55
-, John (? another, d. 1721), 55
-, Phil. (d. 1599), 55
-, Phil. (fl. 1735), 55
-, Ric, 54
-, Rob., 54
-, Steph., 54, 118
-, fam., 42

Bohun:
-, Hen. de, earl of Hereford, 181
-, Humph, de (fl. early 12th cent.), 181
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford (d. 1275), 181
-, Humph, de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1373), 181
-, Mary de, m. Hen. (of Lancaster), earl of Derby (Hen. IV), 181
-, Maud de, see Salisbury fam., 181

bomb storage, 123, 192

Borley:
-, H., 22, 84, 145
-, R. W., 22, 71, 84

Boteler:
-, Alice, see Lovel
-, Ralph, Baron Sudeley, 215, 221

Botiller:
-, (or Ormond), Avice, w. of Jas., earl of Ormond, see Stafford
-, (or Ormond), Jas., earl of Ormond, 221
-, (or Ormond), Thos., earl of Ormond, 221–2

Botreaux:
-, Aubrey de, see Waleran
-, Wm. de, 94

Botreaux, Baronesses, see Hungerford, Marg., Mary

Bourbon—lez—Gaillon (Eure, France), Charterhouse, 154

Bourne, R. B., rector of Donhead St. Andrew, 135–6

Bourne Bros., 218

Bourne, St. Mary (Hants), 34, 50

Bourton, John of, rector of Fonthill Gifford, 167

Bourton (Dors.), as address, 133

Bowditch, D. A., 171

Bower, Jos., 135

'bower hold', 29, 32

Bowlea:
-, Chas. (d. 1837), 138, 145
-, John, 123
-, John (another), vicar of Tisbury, 242
-, Levi, 123
-, Levi, & Co., 123
-, Marg., 145
-, Mat., rector of Donhead St. Andrew, 136
-, Wm. (d. 1781), rector of Donhead St. Andrew, 136, 138
-, Wm. (d. 1788), canon of Salisbury, 72, 216
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (d. 1788), 72, 216
-, Wm. Lisle, rector of Chicklade, curate of Donhead St. Andrew, 113, 136, 141, 145

bowls, 26, 222

Bowood House, 152

Boxley, Thos., 147

Boyton, 111, 114
-, Corton, 111
-, rector of, see Mervyn, Wm.

Bracher:
-, Alf., 172
-, Dinah, 79
-, Edw., 109
-, Eliz. (d. by 1846), 78
-, Eliz. (d. 1914), w. of Thos., 71, 172
-, Frank, 109
-, Hen., 71
-, Jas., 71, 172, 174
-, Thos., 71, 172
-, Wm., 71, 78–9, 174

Bradeston:
-, Agnes, see Mauduit
-, Thos. de, Ld. Bradeston, 213

Bradford on Avon, 198

Bradley, Maiden, priory, 43, 224

Bradshaw:
-, Hen., 91, 160
-, John, 91, 160, 214
-, R. A., 72, 217

Brain, Stewart, 95

Branch hundred, bailiff, 92

Brandon, D., 162

Brandon, duke of, see Douglas-Hamilton

breaking and entering, 151

Bream, Julian, 71

Breamore (Hants), 97
-, priory, 42, 55, 57–8

breeding, experimental, 21

Brereton:
-, Cath., see Berkeley
-, Sir John, 172
-, Werburgh, m. 2 Sir Wm. Compton, 172

Brewer:
-, John, 145
-, Wm. (d. by 1275), 10
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1778), 145

breweries, see Donhead St. Mary; Tisbury

Brewers' Society, 127

brewing, 91, 150, 237

Brice:
-, L. R., 71
-, P.M., 71

brickmakers and brickmaking, 114– 15, 121, 133

brickyards, see Donhead St. Andrew; Ridge

Brictric (fl. 1086), 181

Bridmore:
-, Alf. of, 21
-, Geof. of, 21

Bridmore, see Berwick St. John: man.

Bridport:
-, Eleanor, see Govis
-, Thos., 83

Bridzor:
-, Sir John of (fl. 1255), 215
-, John of (fl. 1341), 215
-, John of, s. of Wm. (fl. after 1341), 215
-, John of (? same, fl. 1379), 215
-, Nichole, ? w. of Wm. (fl. after 1341), m. ? 2 Wal. Hanley, 215, 219
-, Sir Rob. of, 215
-, Wm. of (fl. 1212), 215
-, Wm. of (fl. 1305), 215
-, Wm. of (fl. after 1341), 215, 219

Bridzor (in Tisbury), 196–7, 207, 233, 237, 241
-, agric, 232–3
-, common meadows, 232
-, common pasture, 232, 234
-, cts., 239
-, dom. archit., 207
-, farms, 230, 233–4
-, guild, 207
-, the Guildhall, 207
-, inn, 207
-, man., 208–9, 214–15, 219, 221, 232–4
-, mill, 76, 207, 234
-, settlement, 207, 234
-, stone quarry, 236
-, trades, 236
-, woodland, 233–4

Brine, A. S., 218

Bristol:
-, Jas., 246
-, fam., 246

Bristol, 47, 114
-, as address, 59, 78
-, bp. of, see Thornborough
-, cath. ch.:
-,-, dean of, see Chetwynd
-,-, dean and chapter, 223–4, 240

Britford, see Longford Castle

British Friesian cattle, 230

Britmar (fl. 1086), 220

Brocklebank, H. C. R., 144, 147

Brodie:
-, M., 31
-, Thos., 31

Brook Waters, see Donhead St. Andrew

Brooke:
-, Joan, 110
-, fam., 137

Brookway:
-, David, and his w. Anne, 129
-, Edith, see Fairsong
-, Geo., 129
-, John (fl. before 1471), 129
-, John (d. 1514), 129
-, Wm., 134

Broomfield (Som.), as address, 101

brotherhoods, see fraternities

Brotherton:
-, T. W. B., 130
-, Wm., 130

Brown (Browne):
-, Ann, 145
-, Honor, 145
-, Jas., 220
-, Lancelot, 223
-, Rob. (fl. 1399), rector of Donhead St. Mary, canon of Salisbury, 152
-, Rob. (fl. 1839), 72
-, Rob. (another, fl. 1861), 147
-, Wm. (fl. 1585), 78
-, Wm. (fl. 1661), 74

Bryant, Sir Arthur, 146

Brye, Barbara, comtesse de, see Fane

bucks, see deer

Budden:
-, Geo., 219
-, fam., 219

Bugden Bottom (in Berwick St. John and Tollard Royal), 16, 81–2, 85

Bulkeley, Chas., 192

Bull:
-, Cath., see Frampton
-, Revd. Thos., 72, 216

bull baiting, 165

bungalows, 19, 30–1, 39–40, 53–4, 67, 69–70, 94, 101, 106, 117, 127, 142, 186, 202, 204–5, 207

Burbidge:
-, Mary, 209
-, Wm., 209

Burcombe, ch., 192

Burdon:
-, John, 73
-, Marg., 73
-, Wal., 73

Burford, Rob., 78

burgages, see Wilton

Burgh, Hubert de, earl of Kent, 54

Burghal Hidage, 197

Burley, Wm., 32–3

Burley's, see Chalke, Bower: man.

Burn, Wm., 163

burnbaking, 14, 45–6, 120

Burnett:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Hull (fl. 1781), 108
-, Eliz., w. of Hen., 108
-, Hen., 108
-, Jane, 108

Burrow, Ann, 63

Burrows:
-, S., 189
-, T., 189
-, W. P., 55

Burt:
-, F., 215
-, J. H., 215

Burton:
-, R., 144
-, R. P. R., 144

butler, Berenger the, see Berenger

Butler:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Mompesson (d. 1560), 218
-, H. J., 32
-, Hen., 22
-, Sir Hen. (another), 22
-, J. H., 31
-, Joan, see Gardener
-, John (? two of the name), 22
-, John, rector of Everleigh and of Fifield Bavant, archdeacon of Surrey, bp. of Hereford and of Oxford, 65
-, K. J., 40
-, Rob., 218

Butterstake, Thos., 175

Butterstakes, see Sedgehill: man.

C.

calico, 248

Callis, see Semley: man.

Calstone:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Darell, 43
-, Ric. of, 31
-, Sir Rog. of, 31, 56
-, Thos., 43, 220
-, Wal. of, 31

Calvert:
-, Anne, see Arundell
-, Cecil, Baron Baltimore, 70, 77–8

Cambridge, earl of, see Roumare

Cambridge university, 77
-, King's Coll., 12, 15, 31, 34, 41, 48–9, 56

Camera, Wm. de, 133, 150

camps, military:
-, American air force, 187
-, army, 165

Candy:
-, Hannah, 108
-, John, 108–9, 112

Cann (Dors.), 140

Cannings, Bishop's, vicar of, see Waterman

Canterbury, abp. of, see Laud

canvas, 247

car breaking, 76

Cardiff, 47

Cardigan, see Lampeter

Carl (fl. 1066), 62

carp, 132

Carpenter:
-, Emme, see Heydore
-, Godfrey, 220
-, John, 32

carpet making, 237

carrier, 150

Carroll, John, abp. of Baltimore, 244

Carter:
-, A. G., 217
-, W. G. T., 217

Carthusians, 143, 154, 160

Cary:
-, Edw., 210
-, W. D., 214

Casali, Andrea, 162

Case, Geo., 146

Cassemore, Ric, chaplain of Tisbury chant., 241

Castle, the, see Sedgehill

Castle Ditches, see Tisbury

Castle Rings, see Donhead St. Mary

Castlehaven, earls of, see Tuchet

Catholic Apostolics ('Irvingites'), 185

Cauntelo:
-, Eleanor de, m. Sir Thos. West (d. 1343), 159, 179
-, John de, 159, 179
-, Sir John, s. of John, 159, 179
-, Margery de, see Cumin

Caux, Isaac de, 161

Cecil:
-, Jas., earl of Salisbury, 20
-, Rob., earl of Salisbury, 20
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury, 20, 30, 81

cemetery, see Tisbury

cert money, 4–5, 91–2

chain harrows, 236

Chaldicott:
-, And., 73, 217
-, Anne, m. Rob. Bingham (fl. 1586), 217
-, Cath., dau. of And., 73
-, Cath., w. of And., 217
-, Edith, m. Francis Chaldicott (d. 1636), 72–3, 217
-, Francis (d. 1636), 72, 217
-, Francis (fl. 1666), 217
-, Geo., 72, 217
-, Jane, 72
-, John, and his w. Cecily, 72
-, Phil., 72
-, Ric, and his w. Joan, 72
-, Thos., and his w. Edith, 72
-, Wal., 72
-, Wm. (fl. 1362), 72
-, Wm. (d. 1483), 72
-, Wm. (d. 1584), 72, 217
-, Wm. (fl. 1666), 72, 217

Chaldicotts, see Semley: man.

Chale (I. W.), 42

chalk quarrying, 133

Chalke:
-, Gerard of, 42
-, Maud of, m. —Maskerel, 42
-, Wal. of, 42

Chalke, 3, 8, 29, 32, 34, 37, 39, 41–2
-, ch., 49
-, cts., 33, 45, 48
-, cust. tenants, 32–3
-, man., 4, 29, 31–3, 38, 40–1, 43–6, 48–9; and see Chalke, Bower: man.; Chalke, Broad: man.; Chalke estate
-, prebend, see Wilton abbey
-, rector, 49
-, vicars, 49–50

Chalke, Bower, 3–4, 28, 29–35, 37–8, 48–9, 60, 62
-, adv., 34
-, agric, 32–3
-, boundaries, 29
-, chap., 14, 34, 49
-, char., 35
-, Chase Woods, q.v.
-, ch., 1, 14–15, 29–31, 34–5, 37, 49
-, 'Chutelborghe', 33
-, cts., 33
-, curates, 34–5; and see Collett, Edw.
-, cust. tenants, 32–4, 49
-, dom. archit., 30–2
-, farms, 29, 31–3, 45, 63
-, field system, 29
-, glebe, 31, 34
-, Grim's ditch, q.v.
-, inc., 29, 33, 35
-, inn, 30
-, man., 4, 31–2, 34, 40; and see Chalke: man.; Chalke estate
-,-, Bingham's, 31–2
-,-, Burley's, 32
-,-, Tilshead's, 32
-, Mead End, 29
-,-, dom. archit., 30
-, mill, 48
-, Misselfore, 29
-,-, dom. archit., 30
-, place name, 29
-, poor relief, 34
-, pop., 30
-, prehist. rem., 29
-, prot. nonconf., 30, 35, 51, 59
-, roads, 29
-, sch., 30, 35
-, streets, 29–30
-, tithes, 31, 34
-, vicarage, 34, 49
-, vicarage ho., 30, 34–5
-, vicars, 34, 49–50; and see Collett, Edw.; Sloper; Williams, Rowland
-, village, 29–30, 33, 39
-, woodland, 29, 31–3, 57, 63
-, Woodminton, 29, 32–3
-,-, dom. archit., 30

Chalke, Broad, 3–4, 29, 31, 34, 36, 37–52
-, A.–S. settlement and rem., 37–8
-, adv., 49
-, agric, 37, 44
-, boundaries, 37
-, bridges, 38
-, chap., 34, 37, 49–50, 64
-, char., 51–2
-, Chase Woods, q.v.
-, ch., 14–15, 25, 29, 34, 37–8, 41, 49–51, 64
-, cts., 34, 38, 48
-, curates, 50; and see Eedes
-, cust. tenants, 44–5
-, dom. archit., 30, 38–41, 50
-, farms, 32–3, 38, 40–2, 44–6
-, field systems, 37
-, glebe, 49–50
-, guilds of St. Cath. and St. Thos., 50
-, Gurston, q.v.
-, Gurston, East, q.v.
-, Gurston, West, q.v.
-, inc., 45, 50, 52
-, inn, 39
-, King's Old Rectory, 38, 41
-, Knighton, q.v.
-, Knowle Hill, 37–8
-, London, Little, 37–9, 50, 62, 65
-,-, settlement, 39
-, man., 31, 40–4; and see Chalke: man.; Chalke, Broad: Manor Farm; Chalk estate
-,-, Rectory, 34, 41, 44, 46, 48–9, 51, 56; and see Chalke, Broad: King's Old Rectory
-,-, Reddish's, 41, 45; and see Chalke, Broad: Reddish Ho.
-, Manor Farm, 38, 45
-, mills, 38, 48
-, Mount Sorrel, q.v.
-, New Town, 39; and see Chalke, Broad: London, Little
-, place name, 37
-, poor relief, 49
-, pop., 38
-, prehist. rem., 37
-, prot. nonconf., 27, 35, 39, 51, 59
-, recusancy, 51
-, Reddish Ho., 32, 39, 41–2
-, roads, 37–40
-, Romano–Brit, settlement and rem., 37–8
-, sch., 35, 39, 50–2
-, Stoke Farthing, q.v.
-, streets, 38–9
-, tithes, 41–2, 44, 49
-, tithings, 3, 37–40, 44, 48
-, township, 44–5
-, Vernditch Chase, 40, 46
-, Vernditch Wood, 38, 40, 46
-, vicarage, 14–15, 34, 49–50
-, vicarage ho., 39, 50
-, vicars, 15, 34–5, 41, 49–51; and see Sloper; Williams, Rowland
-, village, 37–9
-, woodland, 37–8, 40, 44–6, 57; and see Chalke, Broad: Vernditch Chase, Vernditch Wood

Chalke deanery, 25, 34, 49, 58, 65, 77, 87, 113, 151, 240
-, rural dean, 98

Chalke estate, 3–4, 7, 9, 12, 16, 20, 29, 31, 33, 40, 42–3, 46, 49, 52, 54, 60, 62, 66, 70, 81, 83
-, boundaries, 17, 29, 37, 48, 52

Chalke (formerly Stowford) hundred, 1, 2, 3–5, 8, 14, 19, 25, 30, 34, 38, 40, 49, 53, 62, 64, 66–7, 76, 82, 89, 131
-, cts., 4–5, 25, 48
-, meeting place, 4
-, officers, 5

Chalke Valley group ministry, 15, 34, 49, 59, 65

Chalke Valley West benefice, 15, 25, 34, 49, 59, 65

Chalons:
-, John, 160
-, John, s. of John, 160
-, Sir Peter, and his w. Isabel, 160
-, Ralph de (fl. 1249), 160
-, Ralph, s. of John, 160
-, Ralph (another, fl. 1412), 160
-, Sir Rob., 160
-, fam., 164–5

chamberlain, Aiulf the, see Aiulf

Chamberlain:
-, Geof. (fl. 1250), 10
-, Sir Geof. (? same, fl. 1269), 10
-, Hugh, 10
-, Leonard, 160
-, Philippe, m. Wm. of Kelsale, 188
-, Philippe, w. of Rob. (fl. earlier 13th cent.), see Ewyas
-, Rob. (fl. 1210–12), 10
-, Rob. (? another, fl. earlier 13th cent.), 188
-, Rob. (another, fl. 1269), 10
-, Rob. (fl. 1304), 10
-, Wal., 110

Chambers, Sir Wm., 223

Champfleur, Hen. de, 42

chantries, see Donhead St. Andrew; Knighton; Salisbury: cath. ch.; Shaftesbury: abbey and par. of St. Jas.; Swallowcliffe; Tisbury

Chapman:
-, Adelaide, w. of H. E., 135
-, D. B., 135
-, H. E., rector of Donhead St. Andrew, 135–7

Chard (Som.), 130

Charlesworth, A. H., 20, 22, 84, 130, 144–5. 147

Charlton (in Donhead St. Mary), 89, 134, 141, 144, 146–8, 151–2
-, agric, 149
-, Broad Down, see Charlton: Charlton Down
-, chap., 141–2, 151, 153, 177
-, Charlton (or Broad) Down, 140, 148–9
-, Charlton Ho., 142, 144, 149
-, dom. archit., 142, 144, 146
-, farms, 134, 143–4, 147–9
-, inc., 149
-, man., 144, 146–7
-,-, Hallam farm, 146
-, mill, 150
-, pk., 144
-, place name, 142
-, pop., 140
-, prot. nonconf., 154
-, Rom. Catholicism, 154
-, schs., 155
-, tithing, 150–1
-, village, 141

Charnage or Chaddenwick, see Mere: man.

chase, rights of, 7, 17, 20, 29–30, 38, 60, 81

Chase group ministry, 86

Chase Woods (in Berwick St. John, Bower Chalke, Broad Chalke, Fifield Bavant), 17, 19, 21, 24, 26, 33, 46, 60

cheese-making, 76

Cheshire, see Eaton Hall

Chettle (Dors.), ch., 86

Chetwynd, Edw., dean of Bristol, 224

Cheyne:
-, Gillian, see Palton
-, John (fl. c. 1450), 110
-, John, Ld. Cheyne (d. 1499), 84, 222

Chicklade, 89, 104, 105–14, 107, 155, 161, 195, 225
-, adv., 108, 112–13
-, agric., 105, 111–12
-, Bockerly Hill, 105, 111–12
-, boundaries, 105–6
-, Chicklade Ho., 106, 109–10
-, ch., 106, 112–14, 177
-, Cratt Hill, 105–6, 111
-, curates, 113
-, cust. tenants, 111
-, dom. archit., 106, 108–10, 113
-, farms, 108–12
-, field systems, 111
-, glebe, 110–11, 113
-, inc., 110–13
-, inn, 106
-, man., 106, 108–13, 119, 208
-,-, Dominick, no, 112
-,-, Lyngevers, 109
-, mills, 112
-, pk., 105, 110
-, place name, 106
-, poor relief, 112
-, pop., 106
-, prehist. settlement, 91, 106
-, prot. nonconf., 114
-, rectors, 108–9, 112–14; and see Blatch; Bowles, Wm. Lisle; Simpson, Luke (three of the name); Still, John; Willoughby, Hen.
-, rectory, 112
-, rectory ho., 106, 113
-, recusancy, 114
-, roads, 105
-, sch., 106, 114, 169
-, tithes, 113
-, village, 91, 105–6
-, woodland, 105, 111

Chicklade Bottom (in Berwick St. Leonard and Fonthill Bishop), 100, 105–6

Chicksgrove (in Tisbury):
-, man., 209, 218–19, 231
-, tithing, 89, 237, 239, 245, 247–8

Chicksgrove, Lower (formerly Chicksgrove, in Tisbury), 93, 195–7, 206, 208–9, 217–18, 225, 226 n, 231, 234, 237, 241, 245–6
-, agric, 231
-, chap. 241–2, 246
-, Chicksgrove Man., 206, 209, 231
-, common pasture, 228
-, cust. tenants, 231
-, dom. archit., 206
-, farms, 231–2
-, inc., 231
-, mill, 234
-, place name, 206
-, rly. sta., 206
-, sch., 206, 241–2, 245–7
-, stone quarries, 236

Chicksgrove, Upper (formerly Stoford, in Tisbury), 195–7, 206, 208–9, 217–18, 231, 237
-, agric, 231
-, cust. tenants, 231
-, dom. archit., 206
-, farms, 231
-, mill, 114, 122, 206, 234
-, place name, 122, 206
-, stone quarries, 235–6

'Chigelei' (unidentified), 106

Child:
-, D. J., 74
-, J. M., 74

Chilfinch Hill, see Berwick St. Leonard

Chilmark, 1, 89, 91, 114–25, 116, 161, 165, 192, 195, 198, 234
-, adv., 123–4, 240
-, agric, 115, 119–21
-, boundaries, 114
-, char., 125
-, ch., 115, 123–5
-, common pastures, 119–20
-, cts., 123
-, curates, 124
-, cust. tenants, 119
-, dom. archit., 102, 117–18, 122–4
-, fair, 122, 124
-, farms, 117, 119–22, 124, 227
-, field system, 115
-, Fonthill Ho. (formerly Little Ridge), see Ridge
-, glebe, 119, 124
-, inc., 115, 119–20, 123–4
-, inns, 117
-, man., 89, 115, 118–19, 122–3, 234
-, mill, 122, 206
-, Mooray, 115, 120
-,-, dom. archit., 117
-, place name, 114
-, poor relief, 123
-, pop., 115
-, Portash, 115
-,-, dom. archit., 117
-, prehist. rem., 114–15
-, prot. nonconf., 125
-, R.A.F. sta., 115, 117, 121, 123, 189, 191–2, 206
-,-, rly, 123
-, rectors, 119, 124–5;and see Barford, Ric, Thos., Wm.; Eyre; Hancock, Thos. (fl. 1681); Netheravon; Sangar; Stratford; Thornborough; Tower; Walker, Rob.
-, rectory, 98, 118, 123–4, J83, 240
-, rectory ho., 115, 117, 124
-, Ridge, q.v.
-, roads, 106, 115
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 115
-, sch., 125
-, stone quarries, 119, 122–3, 191. 206, 236
-, streets, 114–15, 117, 120
-, tithe barn, 97, 124
-, tithes, 124
-, tithings, 89, 114–15, 123
-, vicarage ho., 124
-, village, 114–15, 117, 120
-, woodland, 115, 122

Chilmark Quarry Co. Ltd., 123, 191

Chisbury (in Little Bedwyn), 197

Chisenbury Priory (in Enford), man., 173

Chitterne:
-, Agnes, m. Wm. Milbourne, no
-, Christine, 110
-, John, 110

Chitterne:
-, cust. tenants, 111
-, man., 111

Choulden Hill (in Ansty and Swallowcliffe), 93, 96–7, 177
-, place name, 181

Christian, Ewan, 59

Church Association, 87;and see Church Society Trust

Church farm, see Sedgehill: man.

Church Farm, see Semley

Church Green, see Semley

Church Green manor, see Semley: man.

church houses, 91, 134, 141, 151, 199, 236

Church Society Trust, 87; and see Church Association

churches, redundant, 103–4, 112, 241

Churchill, Joshua, vicar of Fordington, 137

'Chutelborghe', see Chalke, Bower

Ciberne:
-, H. B., 72
-, M. B., 72

cinquefoil, 190

Civil War, see Clubman; Wardour

Clare:
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester and of Hertford (d. 1295), 83
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester and of Hertford (d. 1314), 83
-, Marg. de, m. Hugh Audley, earl of Gloucester, 83
-, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester and of Hertford, 83
-, (or Dominick), Rob., see Dominick

Clarence, duke of, see Plantagenet

Clarendon, earls of, see Hyde

Clarke:
-, Chas. (fl. c. 1731), 63
-, Chas. (? another, fl. 1756), 32
-, F. N., 209
-, Revd. Martin, 72
-, Thos., 32
-, Thos., s. of Thos., 32

clerks, parish, 27, 154, 176

Cleverly:
-, Phillis, m. Sir (John) Donald Fergusson, 55
-, U. J., 55

Clifford, Sam., rector of East Knoyle, 137

clockmakers and clockmaking, 25, 237; and see watchmakers and watchmaking

cloth factory, see Tisbury

cloth mill, 234

clothing, see aprons; ecclesiastical vestments; smocks

clothmaking, cloth tailoring and working, 236

Clouds, see Knoyle, East: man.

clover, 96–7, 174

club (sporting), 205 ; and see societies; Tisbury: Tisbury club

Clubman, 104

Cnut (fl. earlier 12th cent.), 183

coal and coal merchants, 76, 236

Coates, R., 173

Cobley, Mr., 84

Cockey, Wm., 78, 104, 137, 176, 243

Codford, Adam, 86

Codrington:
-, Edw., 180
-, Eliz., see South
-, Thos., 180, 182, 220

Coffin, J. P., 144

Coghill, Mary, m. 1 Wm. South (d. 1675), 2 Peter Courtney, 180

Coke:
-, Sir John, 74
-, Rachel, see Webb

Coker:
-, Rob. (two of the name), 72, 217
-, Susanna, see Lane
-, Wm., 72, 217

Colborne, Cordelia, m. Duke Yonge, 211

Cold Berwick Hill, see Berwick St. Leonard

Cole, John, 31

Coles:
-, C. Featherstone, 180
-, Rog., 65
-, Thos., rector of Fifield Bavant, 65
-, Wm. (fl. 1606), 65
-, Wm. (? same, fl. 1636), 65
-, "Wm. (? another, fl. 1670), 55, 57
-, Wm. (? same, fl. 1682), 63
-, Wm. (fl. 1757), 57
-, fam., 57

Collett:
-, Edw., curate and vicar of Bower Chalke, 35
-, J. C, 130

Collingbourne:
-, Christine, 218
-, John, 218
-, Marg., ? w. of Thos., 218
-, Thos., 218

Collins, Ant., 175

Colston, Edw., 34

Colthurst:
-, And., 112
-, Anne, w. of Mat., m. 2 Laur. Hyde, 222
-, Mat., 222

Combes:
-, Dan., 218
-, John, 218
-, W. H., 242, 248

commodities, see coal

common meadows, see Alvediston; Ansty; Bridzor; Ebbesborne Wake; Fonthill Gifford; Hatch, E.; Hatch, W.; Nippred; Teffont Evias; Tisbury

common pastures, see Berwick St. Leonard; Bridzor; Chicksgrove, Lower; Chilmark; Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; Fonthill Gifford; Hatch, E.; Hatch, W.; Hazeldon; Nippred; Norrington; Ridge; Roughcombe; Sedgehill; Semley; Swallowcliffe; Teffont Evias; Tisbury; Tollard Royal; Wardour

common pleas, justice of, 41

Compton:
-, Anne, w. of Peter, m. 2 Wm. Herbert, earl of Pembroke (d. 1570), 31, 74, 172
-, Geo., 12
-, Hen., Ld. Compton, 172
-, Jas., 185
-, Peter, 172
-, Werburgh, see Brereton
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1528), 172
-, Wm., Ld. Compton (d. 1630), 172

Compton Chamberlayne:
-, ch., 192
-, curate, 99
-, vicarage, 224

Compton Press (two of the name), 237

Concressault (Cher, France), chateau de, 222

confessional, 73

Congleton, Baron, see Parnell

Congregationalists, 59, 154, 169, 244–6

conifers, 33, 46

conservation areas, 19, 38, 53, 82, 94, 117, 187, 202; and see Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; areas of special scientific interest; nature reserve; Special Landscape Area

conspiracy, 245

constable, 151

Cook (Cooke):
-, Capt. John, 130
-, R. T., 218
-, Thos., 218

Coombe:
-, Alice, 245–8
-, Hen., rector of Tollard Royal, 88

Coombe (in Donhead St. Mary):
-, agric, 149
-, Coombe, Higher, 140–3, 145, 147–8, 151
-, Coombe, Lower, 140–2, 145, 147– 8, 150
-, Coombe, Middle, 140–3, 145, 147–8, 150–1
-, Coombe Ho., 91, 143, 145,145, 149, 154–5
-, dom. archit., 142–3, 145
-, farms, 143–5, 148–9
-, man., 144–5, 149
-, pond, 145
-, woodland, 150

Coombe, the, see Alvediston

Coombs (Coombes):
-, D. M., 209
-, Jos., 185
-, Mr., 209

Cooper:
-, Ant. Ashley, Baron Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury (d. 1683), 20–1, 135
-, Ant. Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury (d. 1699), 20
-, Ant. Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury (d. 1713), 20
-, Ant. Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury (d. 1771), 20
-, Ant. Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury (d. 1811), 20
-, R., 171
-, Rob., 72

co-operative society, see societies

Cor:
-, Rob., 243
-, Wm., 243

cordwainer, 245; and see shoemakers

Cornbury, Vct., see Hyde

Corp, Rob. le, 96

Corton, see Boyton

Cotel:
-, Berenger, see Gifford
-, Ellis, 110

cottages (estate), 19, 21, 39, 94, 101, 118, 158, 205–6

Cottington:
-, Chas., 160, 168, 214
-, Francis, Baron Cottington (d. 1652), 160–1, 165, 167–8, 214
-, Francis (d. 1665), 160
-, Francis (d. 1666), 160
-, Francis (d. 1728), 160–1, 165, 168, 214
-, Francis (fl. 1745), 160, 214
-, fam., 166, 168

Coty:
-, John, 23
-, fam., 23

Coty's, see Berwick St. John: man.

council houses, 19, 30, 39, 53, 69, 117, 128, 141–2, 158, 165, 170, 179, 198, 202–3, 206

Country Houses Association Ltd. (formerly Mutual Households Association Ltd.), 212

Courtenay (Courtney):
-, Hen., marquess of Exeter, 42, 55, 222
-, Mary, see Coghill
-, Peter, 180

courts, see under places and Augmentations, Court of; eyres, forest; Wiltshire: assizes, petty sessions, and quarter sessions

Coward:
-, Chas. (two of the name), 55
-, David, 31, 55
-, John, 55
-, M. R., 144
-, R. E., 129, 144

Coward Bros., 129

Cowte, John, rector of Berwick St. Leonard, 104

Cox:
-, Chas., and his w. Joan, 145
-, John, 42, 55
-, Thos. (two of the name), 216
-, Wm., 145

Cranborne (Dors.), 59

Cranborne Chase, 3, 7, 13, 17, 38, 81, 236
-, chief ranger, 81
-, cts., 7, 17, 30, 38, 53
-, disfranchisement, 7, 17, 22, 26, 30, 53, 60, 81, 126, 140
-, inner bounds, 17
-, keepers, 7, 17, 30, 81
-, lodges, 7, 17, 21, 30–1, 38, 81
-, lordship, 20, 24–5, 29–30, 38, 46, 53,81
-, officers, 30, 38
-, outer bounds, 7, 17, 29, 38, 53, 60, 66, 126, 140, 196
-, walks, 7, 17, 24, 30, 38, 81
-, woodland, 17, 24, 38

Cranborne Chase School, 221, 223, 246

Crapon, Thos., rector of Fifield Bavant and vicar of Stanton St. Bernard, 65–6

Cratt Hill, see Chicklade

Cray:
-, Alex., 41, 224
-, Jeremiah (d. 1710), 41
-, Jeremiah (d. 1731), 41
-, Jeremiah (d. 1786), 41
-, John, 41
-, Sarah, m. Sir Alex. Grant, Bt., 41
-, Sarah, w. of Jeremiah (d. 1786), 41
-, fam., 41

Crichel, Moor (Dors.), Crichel Ho., 246

cricket, 205

crops (less common), see cinquefoil; clover; flax; French grass; watercress

Crown pleas, freedom from, 97

Cumin:
-, Eve, w. of Wm., m. 2 John de Mar, 159
-, Margery, m. 1—Ballon, 2 John de Cauntelo, 159, 179
-, Wm., 158–9, 179

curfew, 19, 27

Curtis, Gordon, 74

D.

dairy industry, see cheese-making; milk marketing, pasteurising, and processing; Semley: milk and cheese factory and milk depot; Tisbury: milk depot

Dale, T. L., 70

Dalton:
-, John, 73
-, Nat., 73
-, P. J–, 95

Damerham, South, man., 33

Danes, 197

Dansey, Wm., rector of Donhead St. Andrew, canon of Salisbury, 135–6

Danton, John, 59

Darell:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1530), and his w. Alice, 43
-, Sir Edw. (fl. 1547), 43
-, Eliz., see Calstone
-, Sir Geo., 43
-, Wm., 43
-, fam., 47

Dartford (Kent), priory, 9–10, 42, 63, 65 n, 217

Dashwood, Maitland, 240

Daubeney, Hen., Ld. Daubeney, 83, 87

Dauntsey:
-, Joan, see Bavant
-, Sir John, 9, 63
-, fam., 9

Davies (Davis):
-, Albinus, 247–8
-, Cath., m. Rob. Frampton, 216
-, F. D., 95
-, Sir John, 206, 247–8
-, Mat., 216, 247–8
-, fam., 206, 231

Daw:
-, Lydia, w. of Wm., 109
-, Wm., 109–10

Dawtrey:
-, Blanche, see Willoughby
-, Francis, 221

Day, Wm., 12, 14

deanery (rural), see Chalke

Deedes, J. G., 119

deer and deer hunting, 7, 17, 24–5, 38, 81, 86, 165–6, 196, 228
-, bucks, 81
-, fallow, 38, 132, 165, 233
-, red, 132, 233

Dell, Nat., 216

Dene, John, rector of Tollard Royal, 88

Dene, the, see Fonthill Gifford

Dent, N. J., 71

deodands, 92

Dependale, Odard, 9, 54

deprivation (eccl.), 26–7

Derby, earl of, see Henry IV

Despenser, Wal. le, 129

Devon, see Exeter

dewpond, 7

Dillon:
-, Henrietta, 211
-, Sir John, 73, 211

Dineley:
-, F., 20, 22
-, M., 20, 22

Dinnodog Products Ltd., 237

Dinton, Wm. of, 220

Dinton, 123, 185, 212 n
-, adv., 193
-, as address, 218
-, chapelry, 185, 192
-, ch., 192
-, Rom. Catholicism, 244
-, Teffont Magna, q.v.

diseases, see plague

Doggrell:
-, Frances, w. of John, 174
-, John,173

dogs, 'light', 98; and see beagles; greyhound; hounds

Dole hundred, bailiff, 92

Domesday Book, 101

Dominick:
-, Rob. (fl. 1594), 114
-, (or Clare), Rob. (fl. 1636), no

Dominick, see Chicklade: man.

Donhead (estate), 93, 140
-, agric, 147
-, cts., 134, 150–1
-, cust. tenants, 147–8
-, man., 66, 74, 89, 92, 126, 128–35, 138, 140–1, 143–8, 150–1
-, mills, 133, 150
-, pop., 127
-, tithings, 89, 134, 150–1
-, woodland, 150

Donhead Hall, see Donhead St. Mary; Donhead St. Mary: man.

Donhead House, see Donhead St. Andrew

Donhead hundred and liberty, 134, 150
-, cts., 134

Donhead St. Andrew, 1, 3, 16, 19, 79, 89, 96, 97, 126–38, 139, 140, 143, 147, 152, 195, 207, 221–2, 233
-, adv., 135
-, agric, 126, 132–3
-, Barker's Hill, see St. Bartholomew's Hill
-, boundaries, 66, 126, 134, 138, 140, 144, 147–8, 195
-, brickyard, 133
-, Brook Waters, 128, 151
-, chant., 135–7
-, char., 79, 131, 138
-, ch., 77, 126–7, 134–8
-, ch. ho., 134
-, common pastures, 132, 134
-, curates, 136; and see Bowles, Wm. Lisle
-, cust. tenants, 132
-, dom. archit., 127–8, 130–1, I33–5
-, Donhead Ho., 127, 135, 144
-, Donhead Lodge, 127, 130
-, Easton Bassett, q.v.
-, farms, 97, 129–33, 147
-, Feme, q.v.
-, friendly societies, 128
-, glebe, 135
-, inc., 132
-, inns, 127–8, 131
-, Leigh Court, 127, 130–1
-, man., 129–32
-, Arundell farm, 131, 133
-,-, Leigh Court, 130–1, 133–4; and see Donhead St. Andrew:
-,-, Leigh Court
-,-, Plaistow's, 130
-, Milkwell, 127, 140
-,-, dom. archit., 128
-, mills, 127, 133–4
-, par. officers, 134, 138
-, pk., 130; and see Wardour: Wardour pk.
-, place name, 126–7, 138
-, ponds, 126, 128, 132, 135, 222
-, poor relief, 134, 151
-, pop., 127
-, prehist. rem., 127
-, prot. nonconf., 27, 137–8, 154
-, rectors, 135–6, 138, 152, 195; and see Bourne; Bowles, Mat., Wm. (d. 1781); Chapman, H. E.; Dansey; Frampton, Rob.; Legg; Romsey; Whitney
-, rectory, 25, 134–6, 151
-, rectory ho., 127, 135–7
-, recusancy, 135, 137
-, roads, 126–7, 134
-, Rom. Catholicism, 136–8
-, Rowberry Cross, 127, 137
-,-, dom. archit., 128
-, St. Bartholomew's Hill, q.v.
-, schs., 127, 138
-, tithes, 126, 135, 152, 195
-, tithings, 89, 134, 150–1
-, vestry meetings, 134
-, village, 127
-, Wardour, q.v.
-, Wardour Ho., see Wardour: Wardour Ho.
-, Wardour pk., see Wardour: Wardour pk.
-, West End, 127
-,-, dom. archit., 127–8
-, White Sheet Hill, q.v.
-, woodland, 126, 129, 132–3, 137, 233
-, workho., 130, 134

Donhead St. Mary, 1, 24, 89, 126, 129, 132, 138–55, 139
-, adv., 151
-, agric, 132, 140, 147–9
-, Ashgrove, q.v.
-, Birdbush, 140–2, 154–5, 245, 247–8
-,-, dom. archit., 142
-, boundaries, 66, 126, 138, 140, 144, 147–8
-, brewery, 141, 150
-, Castle Rings, 66, 140
-, char., 79, 155
-, Charlton, q.v.
-, ch., 77, 91, 127, 138, 140, 151–3, 176
-, ch. ho., 141, 151
-, common pastures, 132, 148
-, Coombe, q.v.
-, cts., 92
-, curates, 152–3
-, cust. tenants, 148
-, dom. archit., 141–4, 146–7
-, Donhead Hall, 91, 141, 144, 147
-, farms, 85, 129–30, 132–3, 140, 143–9, 152, 247–8
-, friendly societies, 142
-, glebe, 135, 152
-, Gutch Common, q.v.
-, inc., 146, 148–9
-, inns, 141–2
-, Ludwell, 140–1, 147–51, 154
-,-, dom. archit., 142
-, man., 143–7
-,-, Birdbush farm, 147
-,-, Donhead Hall, 146–7; and see Donhead St. Mary: Donhead Hall
-, mills, 140, 142, 148, 150
-, par. officers, 151
-, pks., 140–1, 146, 149
-, place name, 138
-, ponds, 140–1, 152
-, poor relief, 134, 141, 151
-, pop., 140–1
-, prehist. rem., 9, 140; and see Donhead St. Mary: Castle Rings
-, prot. nonconf., 137, 142, 154, 244
-, rectors, 135, 151–3, 242; and see Adams, Rice (two of the name); Banbury; Blackmore, R. W., Ric; Brown, Rob.; Fezzard, John; Ince; Jackson, Gilb., Ric; Pope; Poulshot Laur. of; Wace
-, rectory, 134–5, 141, 151, 153–4, 243
-, rectory ho., 152
-, recusancy, 151, 153
-, roads, 140
-, Rom. Catholicism, 153–4
-, schs., 88, 141–2, 145, 154–5
-, streets, 140–2
-, tithes, 126, 135, 152, 154
-, tithings, 89, 140, 150–1
-, vestry meetings, 151
-, village, 91, 127, 141, 147–8
-,-, place name, 141
-, Win Green, q.v.
-, Wincombe, q.v.
-, woodland, 140, 148, 150
-, workho., 151

Donheads, the:
-, benefice, 135, 151
-, rector, 136

donkeys, 192

Dorchester (Dors.), as address, 237

Dore, Joan, see Inge

Dorset, 1, 3, 16–17, 29, 37, 60, 76, 79, 83, 86, 88
-, boundary, 81
-, sheriff, 79, 83
-, and see Ashmore; Bourton; Cann; Chettle; Cranborne; Crichel, Moor; Dorchester; Farnham; Fordington; Gillingham; Gussage All Saints; Gussage St. Michael; Handley, Sixpenny; Melbury Abbas; Motcombe; Pentridge; Shaftesbury; Sherborne; Tarrant Gunville; Tollard Farnham

Douglas fir, 86

Douglas-Hamilton:
-, Alf., duke of Hamilton and Brandon, 20, 22, 84, 130
-, Nina, dchss. of Hamilton and Brandon, 130

Dove:
-, Peter, and his w. Hannah, 211, 224
-, Ric, 211, 224
-, fam., 224

Dowles:
-, Alex., 109
-, Eliz., m. Nathan Wright, 109
-, Hen., 109

Downes, Charlotte, 27

Downton:
-, Walton, q.v.
-, Wick, q.v.

Drake, R., 172

draper, 150

Drew, Benj., 55

Druce:
-, Hugh, 118
-, Hugh (another), see Fernhill
-, Wal., 118

Du Boulay:
-, John,147
-, Thos., 144

Duckett:
-, Francis, rector of Fonthill Gifford, 167
-, Geo. (d. 1732), 56
-, (formerly Jackson), Sir Geo., Bt. (d. 1822), 56
-, Sir Geo., Bt. (fl. c. 1833), 56
-, Grace, m. Gwyn Goldstone, 56
-, Grace, see Skinner
-, Grace, w. of Sir Geo. (d. 1822), see Goldstone
-, Thos., 56
-, Wm., 56

Dufosee, Peter, 217

Dunford:
-, H. F., 70–2
-, L. G. J., 71–2
-, Phyllis, w. of H. F., 70, 72

Dunworth hundred, 1, 3, 89–92, 90, 93, 98, 112, 123, 131, 134, 140, 151, 160, 169, 175, 177, 183, 186, 192
-, agric, 89
-, bailiff, 92; and see Holbeam
-, cts., 91–2, 97, 183, 237
-, inc., 89
-, meeting places, 91
-, officers, 92; and see Holbeam
-, pks., 89
-, woodland, 89

Duraunt, Steph., rector of Berwick St. Leonard, 104

Durford abbey (in Rogate, Suss.), 188

Duston, Wm., 54

Dyfed, see Lampeter

E.

East Hayes House, see Sedgehill: man.

East India Company, 103–4

Easton, Wm., chaplain of Ansty, curate and prebendary of Swallowcliffe, 99, 183

'Easton' (unidentified), prior of, 136

Easton Bassett (in Donhead St. Andrew), 3, 16–17, 126–9, 135
-, A.-S. settlement, 128
-, agric, 134
-, boundaries, 128
-, chap., 26, 128–9, 134, 136
-, cts., 134
-, dom. archit., 129
-, Easton Farm, 19, 128–9
-, farms, 23–4, 128, 131, 134
-, man., 23, 89, 131–2, 134, 147, 212–13
-, place name, 128
-, pop., 129
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 91, 128
-, prot. nonconf., 137–8
-, Romano–Brit, settlement, 128
-, Rotherley Down, 126, 128
-, woodland, 131, 134

Eaton Hall (Ches.), 163

Ebbesborne Wake, 3–4, 7, 14–17, 33, 52–60, 61, 65
-, A.—S. rem., 53
-, adv., 58–9
-, agric, 52, 56–8
-, boundaries, 52
-, char., 60
-, ch., 15, 53, 58–9
-, common meadow, 57
-, cts., 58
-, curates, 58–9; and see Swaddon
-, cust. tenants, 56–8
-, dom. archit., 53–4, 56, 59
-, farms, 31, 55–8, 63
-, field system, 52
-, glebe, 58
-, inc., 52, 57, 60
-, inn, 53
-, man., 42, 54–8
-, mill, 58
-, place name, 52
-, poor relief, 58
-, pop., 53
-, prehist. rem., 52–3
-, prot. nonconf., 35, 51, 53, 59
-, rector, 58
-, rectory, 58
-, roads, 53
-, sch., 53, 59–60, 66
-, streets, 53
-, tithes, 55, 58
-, vicar, 59
-, vicarage, 58, 64–5
-, vicarage ho., 53, 59
-, village, 52–3
-, West End, q.v.
-, woodland, 52, 55–8, 63

Ebble, riv., 1, 3–4, 8, 16, 29, 37, 39, 45, 52–4, 57, 60

Ebble valley, 7–8, 16–17, 29, 37, 57, 60, 62

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, 34, 55, 65, 181, 184, 223–4, 241

ecclesiastical practices, see confessional; lamps; obits; oratory; papal provision; Ritualism

ecclesiastical vestments, 244

Eden, (Rob.) Ant., earl of Avon, 8–9

edge tool grinding and manufacture, 234, 236

Edgell:
-, Harry (fl. 1762), 108–9, 112
-, Harry (another, d. 1846), 109, 111–12
-, Jas. (fl. 1773), 108–9
-, Jas. (? same, d. 1788), 109

Edmondson, Wm., 209

Edmund, King, 179, 208

Edmunds:
-, John, see Young
-, Wm. (three of the name), see Young

Edwards:
-, J. W. E., and his w. M. E., 218
-, K. M. R., 217

Edwin (fl. 1066, 1086), 106

Edwy, King, 8, 20, 31, 40, 54, 62, 70, 83, 131, 143, 208

Eedes, John, curate of Broad Chalke, 50

Egerton, Scrope, 109

egg storage, 76

Elcombe Down, see Alvediston

Eldridge, Pope, & Co., 237

Element Books, 237

Elizabeth I, 123

Elizabeth (Woodville), queen of Edw IV, 44

Elliott (Elyot):
-, Edw., 146
-, Jane, see Mountier
-, Sir Ric, 41
-, Sir Thos., 41

Ellis:
-, B., 71
-, John (d. by 1413), 220
-, John (fl. 1416), 220
-, Thos., 220
-, Wm., 220

Elyot, see Elliott

Emberson, R. T., 173

emigration, 70, 141, 151

Enford, Ralph of, 42

Enford, see Chisenbury Priory

engineer, 133

engineering workshops, 76

Ernie:
-, Ant., 110
-, Edw., 216
-, Marg., w. of Ant., m. 2 Hen. Milbourne, 3 Rog. Yorke, no
-, Wal., 216

Eskirmisur, Wm. le, 55

Essex, earls of, see Bohun

Ethelred, King, 208

Eu, Wm. of, 83

Euing (fl. 1066), 158

Eulalia, abbess of Shaftesbury, 129, 145

Evans:
-, Eliz., 108
-, Jane Burnett, see Hull
-, Jas., curate of Teffont Evias and of Fovant, 193
-, John, curate of Hindon and of Pertwood, 193
-, Louisa, 108

Everard:
-, John (fl. c. 1273), 31
-, John (fl. 1356), 9

Everleigh:
-, rector of, see Butler, John
-, rectory, 65

Ewyas:
-, Alex, of, 188
-, Godfrey of, 188
-, Harold of, 187, 192
-, Parnel of, 188, 192
-, Philippe of, m. 1 Rob. Chamberlain, ? 2 Thos. Kellaway, 188, 192
-, Rob. of, 187–8, 192
-, Rob. of, s. of Rob., 187–8
-, Sibyl of, m. Rob. Tregoze (d. c. 1214), 187

Ewyas (Herefs.), honor, 187

Ewyas Harold (Herefs.), priory, 192

Exeter, marquess of, see Courtenay

Exeter (Devon):
-, bp. of, see Grandison, John de
-, cath. ch.:
-,-, canons, see Foulkes; Willoughby, Edw.
-,-, dean, see Willoughby, Edw.

exhibition, 82

Eyre, Thos., rector of Chilmark and of Fovant, 124

Eyres:
-, Chris., 109
-, Susan, see Blackman

eyres, forest, 191

F.

fairs, see Berwick St. Leonard; Chilmark; Fifield Bavant; Swallowcliffe

Fairsong:
-, Edith, m. John Brookway, 129
-, Joan, see Feme
-, Ric, 129

fallow deer, see deer

Fane:
-, Arthur, 211–12
-, Barbara, w. of— Fane, later of —, comte de Brye, 71–3
-, Vere, see Fane-Benett-Stanford

Fane-Benett-Stanford:
-, Ellen, see Stanford
-, Evelyn, w. of John, 70–2, 74, 212
-, John, 70, 211
-, (formerly Fane), Vere, 70–1, 211, 240

Fane De Salis:
-, Emily, see Mayne
-, Wm., 189, 195

Farewell, Sir Geo., 101

Farleigh Hungerford (in Norton St. Philip, Som.), 190

farm machinery, repairing and storing of, 76

Farnham (Dors.), 79, 81, 86, 88
-, adv., 87
-, ch., 79, 86–8
-, cts., 86
-, place name, 79
-, poor relief, 81
-, tithes, 87
-, village, 79, 86

Farquhar, John, 101, 104, 109, 161, 214

Fauconer, Wm., 110

fee farm, 21, 43, 101, 208–9

felony, 160

Fergusson:
-, Sir (John) Donald, 55
-, Phillis, see Cleverly
-, fam., 55

Ferlington, Sir John, 10

Feme:
-, (or Poulshot), Alan of, 129, 147
-, (or Poulshot), Joan, m. 1 Ric. Fairsong, 2 Edm. Martin, 129
-, Phil, of (fl. 1225), 132
-, Phil, of (? another, fl. 1235), 132
-, Phil, of (? another, fl. 1256), 129
-, Phil, of (fl. 1351–7), 129
-, Rob. of, 132
-, Wal. of, 129
-, Wal. of, s. of Wal., 129–30

Feme (in Donhead St. Andrew):
-, as address, 148
-, agric, 132
-, cts., 134
-, cust. tenants, 132
-, farm, 132
-, Feme Ho., 16, 20, 128, 130–2, 137, 152, 154
-,-, as address, 20, 136
-, man., 129–30, 132, 134, 137, 143–5, 147; and see Feme Ho. estate
-, pk., 126, 130, 132–3
-, woodland, 132–3

Feme House estate, 20, 22, 24, 84

Fernhill:
-, (formerly Druce), Hugh of, 118, 213
-, John of, 213
-, Rob. of, 213
-, Wal. of, 213
-, Wm. of, 118, 213

Fernhill (in Tisbury), 197, 203, 241
-, agric, 227–8
-, man., 159, 208, 212–14, 227
-, settlement, 203

fertilizer selling, 237

Fezzard:
-, Edw., 151
-, Eliz., m. John Mansfield, 147
-, John, rector of Donhead St. Mary and vicar of Tisbury, 152–3, 242–3
-, John (fl. 1572), 118
-, (or Rawlins), John (fl. c. 1584), 243
-, John (fl. 1595–6), 153
-, John(fl. 1635), 118
-, John (another, fl. 1648), 118
-, Reynold, 241
-, Ric, and his w. Margery, 147
-, Ric, s. of Ric, 147

field systems, see Alvediston; Berwick St. John; Berwick St. Leonard; Chalke, Bower; Chalke, Broad; Chicklade; Chilmark; Ebbesborne Wake

Fifield Bavant, 3–4, 15, 29, 38–9, 50, 52–3, 57, 59–6o, 60–6, 61
-, adv., 58, 65
-, agric, 60, 63–4
-, boundaries, 60
-, bridges, 3–4
-, chap., 64
-, Chase Woods, q.v.
-, ch., 15, 59–60, 62, 64–6
-, cts., 64
-, curates, 65
-, cust. tenants, 63–4
-, dom. archit., 62, 65
-, fair, 64, 66
-, farms, 62–4
-, Fifield Down, 60, 62–4
-, glebe, 64–5
-, hamlet, 62
-, inc., 63–5
-, man., 10, 60, 62–5, 217
-,-, Woodhouse, 63
-, mkt., 64
-, place name, 60
-, poor relief, 64
-, pop., 62
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 62, 122
-, prot. nonconf., 65–6
-, rectors, 63–6; and see Butler, John; Coles, Thos.; Crapon; Maufe; Ralph
-, rectory, 58, 64–5
-, rectory ho., 62, 65
-, roads, 60, 62
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 62
-, tithes, 63, 65
-, woodland, 60, 63–4

fines imposed for escape of thieves, 150

fines, payments, and rents, see cert money; deodands; fines imposed for escape of thieves; geld; murdrum; ransom; scot; scutage; tithing penny

Finlay:
-, Ann, 144
-, Helen, m. J. S. Blanchard, 144

fire, 186–7

fire station, see Tisbury

fish, see carp

fisheries and fishing, 165, 190, 233, 238

Fisher-Rowe, see Still

Fisherton Anger, as address, 185

Fisons Ltd., 237

Fitheus (fl. 1066), 54

Fitz, Mrs., 194

FitzGerald, Mervin, 109

FitzHerbert:
-, Alice, w. of Sir Thos. West (d. 1386), 22
-, fam., 22

FitzPain:
-, Sir John, 112
-, Rob. (fl. 1213), 108
-, Rob. (? another, fl. 1242–3), 108
-, Rog. (fl. 1275), 108
-, Sir Rog. (? another, fl. 1307–8), 108, 112

Flamston (in Bishopstone), man., 219

flax, 241

Fleet:
-, John, 110
-, Rob., 110

Fletcher, Wm., 135

Flory, Edm., and his w. Ellen, 118

flour mills, 234

Flower:
-, A. E., 74
-, G., 144
-, J. F., 214
-, J. J. M., 119
-, Jas. (fl. 1845), 121
-, Jas. (d. 1932), 119–21
-, W. M., 119
-, Wal., 119
-, Wm., 121
-, fam. (? two), 121, 144

Foger, Wm., chant, chaplain of Tisbury, vicar of St. Martin's in the Fields, 241

Follett:
-, Bryan, 23, 131
-, Edith, 23, 131
-, Horace, 23, 131
-, Norman, 23, 131
-, Wm., 23, 131
-, Wm., s. of Wm., 23, 131

Fonthill Abbey, see Fonthill Gifford; Fonthill Gifford: man.

Fonthill Abbey estate, 71, 104, 111, 161, 165–6, 168, 209, 211, 214, 224, 228–9

Fonthill Bishop, 100, 155, 157, 161, 165, 167–9
-, adv., 104
-, Chicklade Bottom, q.v.
-, ch., 104, 168
-, curates, 104, 168
-, inn, 100
-, man., 89, 102
-, place name, 155
-, rector of, see Webber
-, rectory, 103
-, sch., 105
-, village, 197

Fonthill Charterhouse, see Fonthill Gifford: man.

Fonthill estate (c. 1084), 89

Fonthill Gifford, 89, 100–1, 155–69, 156, 203, 213–14, 245–6
-, adv., 166, 175
-, agric, 157, 163–5
-, barony, 158
-, Beacon Hill, q.v.
-, Bitham Lake, 155, 163, 165–6
-, boundaries, 155, 157, 165
-, char., 169
-, ch., 157–8, 161–2,166–8,167–8, 203
-, common meadow, 164
-, common pastures, 157, 163–4
-, cts., 166
-, curates, 104, 167–8
-, cust. tenants, 163–4
-, the Dene, 158, 169
-,-, dom. archit., 158, 167
-,-, pop., 158
-, dom. archit., 157–8, 161–3, 166
-, farms, 161, 164, 229
-, Fonthill Abbey (two of the name), 1, 89, 122, 155, 157, 161–3, 161, 163, 225
-,-, enclosure, 157, 162–6, 196, 204, 206, 224, 228
-, Fonthill Ho. (several of the name), 89, 91, 157–8, 160–1, 161–3, 235
-,-, gateway, 96
-, glebe, 167
-, Hinkley Hill, 157, 162
-, inc., 164
-, inn, 158
-, lakes, 155, 157, 161–2, 165, 196, 203, 214, 228; and see Fonthill Gifford: Bitham Lake
-, man., 74, 91, 158–64, 166, 168, 179, 208, 212–14, 219, 228, 234
-,-, Fonthill Abbey, 161; and see Fonthill Abbey estate
-,-, Fonthill Charterhouse, 160, 164, 166
-,-, Fonthill Ho., 161; and see Fonthill Ho. estate
-,-, Fonthill la Warre, 159–60, 164, 166
-, mills, 165
-, par. officers, 166
-, pks., 157, 161–6, 196–7, 204, 214, 224, 228
-, place name, 155
-, poor relief, 166
-, pop., 157
-, prot. nonconf., 158, 169
-, rectors, 103, 157, 160, 165, 167–8; and see Bourton; Duckett, Francis; Haysome; Mere, Bart, of; Mervyn, Win.; Norrington; Still, John; Wake, Chas.
-, rectory, 166
-, rectory ho., 157–8, 167, 169
-, recusancy, 157, 166, 168
-, roads, 155, 157, 165
-, Rom. Catholicism, 166, 168
-, schs., 167, 169, 245–6
-, stone quarries, 162, 165
-, Stop, 157–8, 164, 167
-,-, as address, 169
-, tithes, 165, 167
-, village, 197
-, woodland, 157, 162–7

Fonthill House, see Fonthill Gifford; Fonthill Gifford: man.; Fonthill Ho. estate

Fonthill House (formerly Little Ridge), see Ridge

Fonthill House estate, 101, 103, 108, 112, 119, 121, 161, 164, 209, 214, 220, 224, 228, 235

Fonthill la Warre, see Fonthill Gifford: man.

Fontibus, Wm. de, 158, 160

Foot:
-, Chas., 20
-, Hen., 20
-, Sam., 27

Ford, D., 72

Fordington (Dors.), vicar of, see Churchill

forest law, 7, 17, 29, 38, 81, 196

forester, Joyce the, see Joyce

foresters, 32, 50

forestry (commercial), 89, 103, 133, 166, 227–9, 232–3; and see auctions of wood; sawmills; woodyard

Forestry Commission, 31, 33, 40, 46, 55, 97, 133, 227

forests, see Grovely; Savernake

forgery, 63

Fortescue, Martin, 146

Foster:
-, Hen., 32, 42
-, Wm., 32

Foulkes, Peter, rector of Semley, canon of Exeter, 78

Fovant, Rob., 147

Fovant, 51, 192
-, adv., 193
-, ch., 192
-, curate of, see Evans, Jas.
-, rector of, see Eyre

Fowler, Chas., 193

Fox, Geo., 154

Foyle:
-, Enos, 55
-, fam., 137

Frampton:
-, Cath., m.—Bull, 217
-, Mat., 72, 216–17
-, Rob., rector of Donhead St. Andrew, 217

France, see Aquitaine; Bourbon-lez-Gaillon; Concressault

franchises, see liberties

Francis:
-, John, and his w. Margery, 23
-, John, see Horton
-, Steph., 10

Franciscans, 244

Fraser, John Farquhar, 161

fraternities (brotherhoods, guilds), see Berwick St. John; Bridzor; Chalke, Broad

free warren, see warrens

Freemantle:
-, John, see Govis
-, Thos., see Govis

Freke:
-, Eliz., see Pile
-, Thos. (d. by 1702), 11, 20
-, Thos. (fl. 1706), 11, 20
-, Thos. (? another, fl. 1756), 11

French grass, 96

Frenchman, 189

Frere:
-, P. B., 8–9
-, Victoria, see Bailey

friendly societies, see societies

Frisby, Jos., Ltd., 236

Frome:
-, Dorothy, 87
-, Geo., rector of Tollard Royal, 88

Frowd:
-, Blackborrow, 172
-, (or Parsons), Edw. (d. 1637), 172
-, Edw. (d. by 1715), and his w. Eliz., 172, 176
-, Edw. (d. by 1744), 172–3
-, Jas. (d. 1765), 172
-, Jas., s. of Edw. (d. by 1715), 172
-, John (d. by 1675), 172
-, (or Parsons), John (d. c. 1602), and his w. Denise, 172
-, Revd. John (d. 1826), 172–3
-, (or Parsons), Ric, 173
-, (or Parsons), Thos. (fl. 1574), 172
-, Thos., s. of John (d. by 1675), 172
-, Thos., s. of Edw. (d. by 1715), 172

Fry:
-, G., 209
-, John, 145, 154
-, Steph. (d. 1619), 145
-, Steph. (another, fl. 1719), 145
-, Thos. (fl. 1640), 145
-, Thos. (another, fl. 1719), 145
-, W. G., 209
-, Wm., 145, 154

Fulford:
-, Joan, see Malet
-, Marg., m. John Williams (d. 1722), 216
-, Thos., 216
-, Thos., s. of Thos., 216

fullers and fulling, 150, 165, 191, 205, 234, 236

Furnays:
-, Mat. de, 160
-, Sir Mat. de (another), 160

Furnell:
-, Joan, see Pike
-, John, 119

Furnivalle:
-, Thos., Ld. Furnivalle (d. 1339), 43
-, Thos., Ld. Furnivalle (d. 1365), 43
-, Thomasine, w. of Wm., m. 2 John Talbot, Ld. Talbot, 43
-, Wm., Ld. Furnivalle, 43

fustian weaver, 236

G.

gallows, 33, 92, 150, 239

Gallows Hill, see Alvediston

Gane:
-, John, rector of Berwick St. John, 25, 27
-, John (another), rector of Berwick St. John, 25

Garbo, Greta, 42

Gardener:
-, Alice, w. of John (d. 1481), 218
-, Joan, m. Rob. Butler, 218
-, Joan, w. of John (d. 1481), 218
-, John (d. 1481), 218, 231
-, John (d. 1499), and his w. Marg., 218
-, Wal., 218

gardens:
-, Alpine, 162
-, formal, 222–3
-, landscaped, 161–2, 223; and see Tollard Royal: Larmer Grounds
-, mkt., 149, 191, 230
-, nursery, 123
-, terraced, 163
-, and see orchards

Garstin:
-, Cath., see Parker
-, Chichester, 211

Garulf (fl. 940), 179

Gattrell, Mat., 169

Gawen:
-, Alice, w. of Wm. (d. 1559), 11, 56, 73
-, Anne, 56
-, Cath., 11, 16, 41
-, Eliz. (d. 1591), w. of Thos. (d. c. 1558), 73, 110
-, Eliz. (fl. 1600), m.—Jessop, 110
-, John (fl. 1365), and his w. Edith, 73
-, John (fl. 1377–1462, several of the name), 10, 41, 56
-, John, s. of Thos. (d. 1486), 10, 12
-, Laur., 10, 73
-, Thos. (fl. 1400), 56
-, Thos. (another, d. i486), 10
-, Thos. (d. c. 1558), 10, 32, 41, 110
-, Thos. (d. 1604), 11, 16, 32, 41, 56, 73, 110
-, Thos. (d. 1656), 11, 41, 56, 73
-, Thos., s. of Wm. (d. 1682), 56
-, Wm. (d. 1559), 11, 32, 41, 56, 73, 110
-, Wm. (d. 1682), 11, 41, 56
-, fam., 10, 13, 16, 57, 73

Geffrey (or Gryffon), Leyson, 49

geld, 150

Genge, T. C, 209, 230

Gentil:
-, Gode le, m. Rob. of Berwick, 101
-, John le, 215
-, Rob. le (fl. early 13th cent.), 101
-, Rob. le (? same, d. by 1244), 215
-, Rob. le (fl. 1258), 215
-, Rob. le (? same, fl. 1275), 215

Gerald, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Gerrard, Hen., 180

Gething:
-, T. T., 123
-, T. T., & Co., 122, 191–2, 235

Giffard:
-, And., 158–9
-, (or Cotel), Berenger, 158
-, Gerard, 158, 183, 219
-, Rob. (fl. 1135), 158, 179, 183, 212–13
-, Rob. (another, d. between 1202 and 1209), 158
-, Sim., 219
-, fam., 179–80

Giffard, barony, 179

Gifford:
-, Dorothy, m. Dan. Whitaker, 216
-, John (d. 1601), 73
-, John (fl. 1645), 73
-, Jos., 216
-, Ric, 216
-, Thos., 73
-, Wm., 73

Gilbert, Wm. s. of, see William

Gilbert, John, 71

Giles, Thos., 245

Gillingham (Dors.), as address, 108

Gillings & Partners, 40

Girard (fl. 1086), 39, 42, 46

Glastonbury (Som.), abbey, 33, 56

Glisson:
-, Magdalen, m. Revd. Conyers Place, 72, 217
-, Mary, m. John Gould, 72, 217
-, Mary, w. of Wm., see Okeden
-, Wm., 72, 217

Gloucester, Isabel, ctss. of, see Isabel

Gloucester:
-, duke of, see Richard III
-, earls of, 83; and see Audley; Clare

Gloucester, abbey of St. Peter, 192

Gloucestershire, 236

glovemakers and glovemaking, 236

Glyn:
-, Sir Ric, Bt., 144
-, Sir Ric, Bt., s. of Sir Ric, 144

Goddard:
-, Edw., 173
-, John (d. 1702), 173
-, John (d. 1715), 173
-, Mary, m. Wm. Helyar (d. 1723), 173
-, Mary, w. of Nic, see Tyse
-, Nic. (d. 1618), 173, 175
-, Nic. (d. c. 1654), 173, 175
-, Nic. (d. 1669), 173
-, Wm., 173

Godeseth:
-, A. W., 71
-, S. A.,71

Godmanston, Wal., 9

Golden:
-, H. J., 31
-, W. J. (two of the name), 31
-, W. P., 31

Goldstone:
-, Grace, m. Sir Geo. Jackson (later Duckett), Bt., 56
-, Grace, w. of Gwyn, see Duckett
-, Gwyn, 56

golf, golf course, 82

Good, fam., 47

Goodall, F. C, 70–1

Goodchild, Wm., 27

Gordon:
-, Chas., 146
-, Geo., 146
-, John, and his w. Maria, 146
-, Reg., 146

Gould:
-, John, 72, 217
-, Mary, see Glisson
-, Wm. (d. 1638), and his w. Eliz., 11
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (d. 1638), 11
-, Wm., grds. of Wm. (d. 1638), 11

Govis:
-, Brian de, 83
-, (or Freemantle), Eleanor, m. 1 John Savage (d. 1410), 2 Thos. Swanlond, 83
-, (or Freemantle), Eleanor, w. of John, m. 2 Thos. Bridport, 3 Wm. Payne, 83
-, Hen. de, 83
-, John de (fl. 1324), 83, 87
-, (or Freemantle), John (another), s. of Thos., 83
-, Ric de, 83
-, Rog. de, 83
-, (or Freemantle), Thos., 83
-, fam., 83

Grandison:
-, John de, bp. of Exeter, 62, 188
-, Sir Peter de, 62, 188, 192
-, Sibyl de, see Tregoze
-, Wm. de, 62, 188

Grant:
-, Sir Alex., Bt., 41
-, G. B., 9
-, M. E., 172
-, Sarah, see Cray

Granville, Bernard, 240

Graves:
-, A. R., 144, 146
-, (later Graves—Knyfton), R. B., 144
-, Rob. (d. 1849), 144, 149
-, Rob. (d. 1874), 144, 146–7
-, fam., 149

Gray (Grey):
-, Enoch, rector of East Knoyle, 137
-, Fred., 12
-, John, 74
-, Nic, 77
-, Ld. Thos., 143
-, Wm., 74

Greater Manchester Council Superannuation Fund, 40

Green:
-, L. A., 95
-, Wal., 219
-, Wyndham, 219

Greenwood:
-, F. H., 144
-, Job, 144

Gregory, David, rector of Semley, canon and dean of Christ Church, Oxf., 77–8

Greville:
-, Eliz., see Willoughby
-, Fulk, 221–2

Grey, see Gray

greyhound, 7

Greyndour:
-, Joan, see Rigge
-, Rob., 108

Griffin, E. G., 217

Grim's ditch (in Bower Chalke and Broad Chalke), 29, 37

Grimstead:
-, And. of, 9, 15
-, John of (d. 1288), 9, 15
-, John of (fl. 1331), 15

Grimston, Wm., 222

Grobham:
-, Geo., 101
-, John (d. by 1646), 101
-, John (another), 101
-, Sir Ric, 101

Grosvenor:
-, Eliz., mchnss. of Westminster, 71, 109, 111, 161, 173, 214
-, Octavia, m. Sir Mic Shaw–Stewart, Bt., 71,73, 104, 161, 175,214
-, Ric, Earl Grosvenor, marquess of Westminster, 71, 73, 104, 109, 111, 161, 163, 173, 214
-, Rob., Earl Grosvenor, marquess of Westminster, 101
-, fam., 109, 163

Grove:
-, Chafin, 173
-, Charlotte, w. of Geo., 171
-, G. T. Chafin, 173
-, Geo., 171–2, 174
-, Sir Gerald, Bt., 171
-, Hugh (d. 1658), and his w. Anne, 173
-, Hugh (d. 1765), 173
-, John (d. 1629), 130, 137, 144, 170
-, John (d. 1699), 173
-, John (d. 1769), 22, 130, 171
-, John (d. 1858), 22, 84, 130–1, 145, 171
-, Julia Chafin, 173, 176
-, Philippa, 27, 138, 155
-, Rob. (d. by 1643), 130, 170
-, Rob. (d. 1695), 22, 130, 137, 144, 154, 171
-, Thos. (d. by 1693), 22, 73, 130, 137, 151–2, 154, 171, 173
-, Thos. (d. 1739), 22, 25, 130, 151, 171
-, Thos. (d. 1750), 22, 130, 171
-, Thos. (d. 1845), 22, 145
-, Thos. (d. 1847), 20, 22, 84, 129–30, 143, 145, 149, 151, 171–2
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1897), 22, 84, 130, 136, 145, 147, 171
-, Sir Wal., Bt., 20, 22–3, 84, 130–1. 144–5, 147, 171
-, Wm. (d. 1582), 129–30, 170, 172
-, Wm. (fl. 1608), 42
-, Wm. (another, fl. 1667), 42
-, Wm. Chafin (d. 1793), 173
-, Wm. Chafin (d. 1859), 173
-, Wm. Chafin (d. 1865), 173
-, fam., 23, 130, 143, 148

Grovely forest, 191, 236

Gryffon, see Geffrey

Guildhall, the, see Bridzor

guilds, see fraternities

gunpowder contractor, 104, 161

Gurston:
-, Hen. of, 42
-, Martin of, 42
-, Wm. of, and his w. Amice, 22

Gurston (in Broad Chalke), 3, 42–3, 48
-, ch., 50
-, cts., 48
-, curate, rector, or vicar, see St. Cross
-, dom. archit., 39
-, farms, 39
-, Gurston, East, q.v.
-, Gurston, West, q.v.
-, place name, 39

Gurston, East (in Broad Chalke), 37–8, 42, 44, 46, 48–50, 65
-, agric, 44, 46
-, cust. tenants, 46
-, farms, 46
-, inc., 46
-, man., 42, 46

Gurston, West (in Broad Chalke), 37–8, 44, 46, 49–50, 65
-, agric, 44, 46
-, cust. tenant, 46
-, farm, 46
-, man., 42, 46

Gussage All Saints (Dors.), ch., 86, 88

Gussage St. Andrew (in Sixpenny Handley, Dors.), 215

Gussage St. Michael (Dors.), ch., 86, 88

Gutch Common (in Donhead St. Mary and Semley), 67
-, dom. archit., 67, 69

H.

Hacker, Wm., 74

Halewell, John, rector of Berwick St. John, 26

Hallam farm, see Charlton: man.

Halliday:
-, John, 110
-, R., 109

Halswell, Marg., 110

Hamilton, duke of, see Douglas-Hamilton

Hampshire, see Bourne, St. Mary; Breamore; Chale; Martin; Minstead; New Forest; Ringwood; Winchester

Hampshire Down sheep, 121, 132

Hampstead (Mdx.), Henrietta Barnett Sch. for Girls, 138

Hanbury, Thos. of, and his w. Olive, 96, 179, 184

Hancock:
-, Hen., 146
-, John, 63
-, Rob., 10, 63
-, Thos. (d. 1650), 63
-, Thos. (fl. 1681), rector of Chilmark, 124

Handley, Donald, 72

Handley, Sixpenny (Dors.), 136
-, ch., 86
-, Gussage St. Andrew, q.v.

Hanley:
-, Nichole, see Bridzor
-, Wal., 215, 219

Harding:
-, C. J. S., 31
-, Mic, 51
-, Mic, & Elgar, 124

Hardwick, Thos., 87

Hare, Jane, 144

harness maker, 150

Harnham, Oliver of, and his w. Joan, 188

Harvey, fam., 121

Hastings:
-, Edw., Ld. Hastings, 10
-, Francis, 10
-, Geo., earl of Huntingdon, 10
-, Mary, see Hungerford
-, Wm., Ld. Hastings, and his w. Cath., 44
-, fam., 10

Hatch:
-, Eust. of, Ld. Hatch, constable of Marlborough castle, 92, 209– 10, 239
-, Geof. of, and his w. Marg., 212
-, Hamon of (fl. 1242–3), 209, 212
-, Hamon of (? another, fl. 1287), 212
-, Jordan of, 212
-, (formerly of Wick), Ric. of, and his w. Clarice, 209
-, Rob. of, 209–10
-, Wm. of, 210

Hatch, East (in Tisbury), 196–7, 211–12, 229, 237, 239, 241
-, agric, 229
-, chap., 205, 241
-, common meadow, 229
-, common pasture, 229
-, cts., 238–9
-, dom. archit., 205
-, farms, 229–30
-, inc., 229
-, inn, 205
-, man., 159, 208–9, 212–14
-, prot. nonconf., 205, 245
-, Pythouse, q.v.
-, settlement, 204–5, 229
-, stone quarry, 235
-, woodland, 230–1

Hatch, West:
-, Ellen of, 210
-, Rob. of, and his w. Gillian, 212

Hatch, West (in Tisbury), 195–6, 211, 224, 237, 241
-, agric, 229
-, common pasture, 229
-, cts., 239
-, cust. tenants, 229
-, dom. archit., 204
-, farms, 229–30
-, Hatch Ho., 204, 211, 229
-, inc., 229
-, man. (Hatch Ho. estate), 73, 92, 204, 208–12, 222, 229–30, 247
-, mill, 234
-, pk., 196, 229
-, prot. nonconf., 245
-, Pythouse, q.v.
-, settlement, 197, 204
-, woodland, 230–1

Haversham, Sir Nic, 10

Hawker, Hugh, 135

hawking, 165

hay turners, 236

Haynes, Thos., 191

Hays farm, see Sedgehill: man.

Hays (house), see Sedgehill

Haysome, Rob., rector of Fonthill Gifford and of Semley, 77, 168

Hayter:
-, Augustine, 186
-, Thos., 102

haywards, 183, 225

Hazeldon:
-, Reynold of, 131, 213
-, Reynold of (? another), and his w. Isabel, 131
-, Reynold, s. of Reynold and Isabel, 131
-, Sir Ric. of, 131, 212
-, Rog. of, ? s. of Turstin (fl. 1086), 131, 212
-, Turstin of, 131, 212

Hazeldon (in Tisbury), 196–7, 207, 233–4, 237, 241
-, agric, 232
-, common pasture, 232–3, 239
-, cts., 238–9
-, cust. tenants, 233
-, dom. archit., 207
-, farms, 233
-, man., 131, 208–9, 212–15, 221, 232–3
-, stone quarries, 236

Headley, Cath., Baroness Headley, 218

Heale (in Woodford), man., 216

Heath, Thos., 166

Hedges, R. K., 144

Heinz, H. J. Co. Ltd., 237

Helyar:
-, Mary, see Goddard
-, W. H., 173
-, Wm. (d. 1723), 173
-, Wm. (d. 1783), 173
-, Wm. (d. 1820), 173
-, Wm. (d. 1841), 173

Henry III, 95, 239

Henry IV (Hen. of Lancaster, earl of Derby), 181

Henry VI, 12, 31, 41

Herbert:
-, Anne, w. of Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1570), see Compton
-, Geo., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 62, 122
-, Hen., earl of Pembroke, 20, 123
-, Hen., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1570), 55, 118, 180
-, Hen., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1794), 33, 98, 118, 124, 131
-, Mervyn, 147
-, Phil., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1669), 146
-, Phil., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1683), 25, 123
-, Reg., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 9, 25, 31, 40, 43–4, 55, 119, 180
-, Rob., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 55, 131, 147
-, Sid., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 25, 123
-, Thos., earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 123
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1570), 4, 9, 20–2, 25, 31, 43, 74, 87, 118, 123, 146, 179, 220–2
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1630), 20, 30, 38, 44

Herdell:
-, Christine, see Lyngevers
-, Rob., 109

Hereford:
-, earldom, 181
-, earls of, see Bohun
-, honor, 181

Hereford, bp. of, see Butler, John

Herefordshire, 187; and see Ewyas Harold

Herepath, 7

heronry, 165

Herrington, Fred., 63

Hertford, earls of, see Clare

Heseltine, J. E. N., 111

Hetley:
-, Hen., 72–3
-, Ric, 73

Heydore:
-, Emme de, w. of John (fl. 13th cent.), m. 2 John Carpenter, 32
-, John (fl. 13th cent.), 32
-, John (another, fl. 1317), 32

Heytesbury, 190
-, chant., 183
-, coll. ch., 183
-,-, canonries, 183; of Swallowcliffe, 181, 183
-, tithes, 181

Hibberds Ltd., 236

Hickman:
-, Blackford, 74
-, Mr., 56

Hicks:
-, B. N., 40
-, D., 40

Hill, Ric, rector of East Knoyle, 166

Hilperton, rectory, 78

Hilton:
-, Hen., Ld. Hilton, 131
-, John, Ld. Hilton, 131
-, Rob., Ld. Hilton, 131

Hindley, E. S., 133

Hindon, 100–1, 103, 105–6, 112, 155, 157–8, 161, 165, 169
-, curate, see Evans, John
-, prot. nonconf., 169
-, sch., 105–6, 114, 169
-, vicarage, 112
-, vicarage ho., 106

Hinkley Hill, see Fonthill Gifford

Hinton:
-, Anne, 32
-, Ric, 32

Hinxman, Mr., 146

Hiscock:
-, Arthur, 72
-, D., 55
-, J., 55
-, L. A., 144
-, S., 56
-, Mr., 55

Hitchings:
-, A. R., 42
-, H., 133
-, fam., 42

Hitchings Bros. (Gurston) Ltd., 42

Hoare,—, 162

Holand, John de, rector of Tisbury, 239–40

Holbeam, Wm., bailiff of Dunvvorth hund., 92

holidays, seaside, 113

Honeywood, Revd. John, 87

Hook Manor, see Semley

Hooke, John, vicar of Tisbury, 242

Hoole:
-, F. W., 12
-, O. E., 12

Hooper, John, 65

Hopkins, Wm., 99

hopyards, 148, 165

Horder:
-, Wm., 143, 150
-, Wm. (? another), 143

Horn, T. W., 147

Horningsham, see Longleat

horses (Arab), 86

Horsey:
-, Bart., and his w. Frances, 22
-, Thos., 22
-, Wm., 22
-, Wm. (? same), and his w. Dorothy, 22

Horsington, T., 218

Horton:
-, Francis, 188, 192
-, (or Francis), John, 188, 192
-, (? same as Joyce the forester), Joyce (d. c. 1316), 188
-, Joyce (fl. 1332), 192
-, Rog., 188
-, fam., 192

Horwood, see Ansty

Hospitallers (knights of the hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem), 43, 92–8, 180
-, preceptory, see Ansty

hospitals, see inoculation ho.; lunatic asylum; nursing homes; old people's home; Salisbury: hosp. of St. Nic; Tisbury: health clinic; Wilton: hosp. of St. John

hotels and guest houses, 69, 142, 145, 186

Houghton-Brown, J., 40

Houghton Hall (Norf.), 162

hounds, 81

'Housthornys' (unidentified), 4

Howard:
-, Alice, see Lovel
-, Sir Edw., 215
-, Sir Geo., 20, 41
-, John, duke of Norfolk, 188
-, Thos., earl of Surrey and duke of Norfolk (d. 1524), 215
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1554), 215

Howe:
-, Sir Geo., 101
-, Sir Geo. Grobham, Bt., 101
-, Sir Jas., Bt., 101

Howell, John, 110

Huckle, Godfrey, see Kneller

Huggler's Hole, see Semley

Hughes:
-, Edw., 108
-, M. M. R., 171
-, Wm., 108

Hull:
-, A. G., 9, 55
-, Eliz., see Burnett
-, Jane Burnett, m.—Evans, 108
-, Thos. (fl. 1781), 108, 111
-, Thos. (? another, d. 1832), 108

hundreds, see Branch; Chalke; Dole; Donhead; Dunworth; Lavermere

Hungerford:
-, Sir Edw. (d. c. 1523), 189
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1607), 188
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1648), 188
-, Eleanor, see Moleyns
-, Frideswide, 159
-, Joan, see Hussey
-, Marg., Baroness Botreaux, 159–60, 164, 188, 213
-, Mary, Baroness Botreaux and Hungerford, m. Edw. Hastings, Ld. Hastings, 10
-, Rob., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1459), 159–60, 166
-, Rob., Ld. Hungerford and Moleyns (d. 1464), 10, 159–60, 188, 213
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1397), 188, 192
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1469), 159
-, Wal., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1449), 188
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1516), 188
-, Wal., Ld. Hungerford (d. 1540), 189, 192
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1596), 188
-, fam., 185, 190

Hunt, L. W. G., 71

hunting, 26, 81–2, 86, 98

Huntingdon, earl of, see Hastings

Huntley, Mary, 101

Huscard, Rob., and his w. Hawise, 118

Hussey:
-, Edm., 188
-, Eleanor, w. of Reynold, 188
-, Eleanor, w. of Wm., 188
-, Geof., and his w. Cecily, 188
-, Geof. (? another), 188
-, Jas., and his w. Anstice, 188
-, Joan, m. 1 John Whyton, 2 Sir Thos. Hungerford (d. 1397), 188, 192
-, Sir John (d. c. 1312), 21
-, John (d. 1370), 10, 21
-, John, s. of John (d. 1370), 10, 21
-, Reynold, 188
-, Rog., Ld. Hussey, 10, 21
-, Wm., 188
-, fam., 192

Hutchinson:
-, C. A., curate and vicar of Tisbury, 240, 242
-, Chas., 240
-, Eliz., w. of F. E., 240
-, F. E., vicar of Tisbury, 240, 242

Hyde:
-, Alex., 210
-, Anne, see Colthurst
-, Edw. (d. 1669), and his w. Ethelred, 210
-, Edw., earl of Clarendon (d. 1674), 108
-, Edw., earl of Clarendon (d. 1723), 180, 210
-, Hen. (d. 1634), 108, 111–12
-, Hen., earl of Clarendon (d. 1709), 108
-, Hen., earl of Clarendon and Rochester (d. 1753), 180, 210, 247
-, Hen., Vct. Cornbury (d. 1753), 180
-, Laur., 210, 222, 243
-, Rob. (d. 1642), and his w. Anne, 210
-, Rob. (d. 1722), 73, 180, 210, 243 n, 247
-, Rob. (d. 1723), 180, 210
-, fam., 73

Hythe (Kent), parl. rep., 95

I.

improving landlord, 230

Imrie, G. B., 117, 189

Ince, Peter, rector of Donhead St. Mary, 137, 152, 154

inclosure, see under places

Independents, 27, 35, 51–2, 59, 99, 125, 137, 154, 169, 185, 244–6

India, 104, 161

industries, see (for cross references) trades and industries

infangthief, 92, 239

Inge:
-, Hildebrand, 159
-, Joan, m.—Dore, 159
-, John (d. 1349), 159, 166
-, John (d. 1353), 159
-, John (d. between 1412 and 1428), 159, 166
-, Thos., 159, 166

Ingham:
-, Aubrey de, see Waleran
-, Joan, m. Rog. Lestrange, Ld. Strange, 94
-, John de (fl. 1200–1), 94
-, Sir John de (d. c. 1310), 94–5
-, Oliver de (d. 1282), 94
-, Oliver, Ld. Ingham (d. 1344), 94

Ingle, Mr., 31, 55

Inglesham, vicar of, see Still, John

Innovate (firm), 133

inns, see under places; and see hotels and guest houses

inoculation house, 40

inspectors of carcasses, 237, 239

Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 145, 154–5

intercommoning, 74, 126, 140

Ireland, see Limerick; Waterford

iron foundry, 236

Isabel (ctss. of Gloucester), queen of King John, 83

Isgar:
-, F., 129
-, R. F. C, 73, 129

J.

Jackson:
-, Sir Geo., Bt., see Duckett
-, Gilb., rector of Donhead St. Mary, 152
-, Ric, rector of Donhead St. Mary, 152

Jakes, John, chant, chaplain of Tisbury, vicar of St. Martin's in the Fields, 241

James (Frenchman), 57

James:
-, Arthur, 73
-, E. H., 22
-, Kitty, see Sage
-, Ralph, 73

Jay:
-, Wm. (fl. 1662), vicar of Tisbury, 242
-, Wm. (fl. 1791), 245

Jeans:
-, A. T., 40
-, J. G., 40
-, T. K., 40–1

Jefferies & Price, 114

Jeffery:
-, J. C. 131
-, J. G., 131
-, John, 27

Jenison:
-, Augustine, 244
-, Jas., 244
-, John, 244

Jerrett:
-, Benett, 216
-, Marg., see Maunger

Jervoise:
-, Ric, and his w. Winifred, 10
-, Thos. (d. 1588), 10
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1654), 10
-, Thos. (fl. 1657), 10
-, fam., 10

Jesse, fam., 120

Jessop, Eliz., see Gawen

Jesuits (Society of Jesus), 137, 215, 221, 244; and see Carroll; Jenison, Augustine, Jas., and John; Mason; Weldon, John

Jews, as usurers, 160

John, King, 81, 83, 108

Jollan, Rog., 118

Jones, Inigo, 161

Joyce the forester, 188; and see Horton, Joyce (d. c. 1316)

Joyce:
-, Nic, 73
-, Wm., 73

Jukes, A. I., 71

justices of the peace, 98, 102

K.

Keatinge:
-, Sir Edgar, 189, 192
-, Ellen, see Mayne
-, Gerald, 187, 189, 192
-, Maur., 189
-, Maur. Wal., 189, 192
-, Ric, 189, 192
-, Wm., 189
-, fam., 219

Keene, John, 87

Kellaway (Kelloway):
-, Jas., 134
-, John, 134
-, Philippe, see Ewyas
-, Thos., 92, 188

Kellet, G. C., 236

Kelloway, see Kellaway

Kelsale:
-, Philippe of, see Chamberlain
-, Wm. of, 188

Kennard, R. B., 31

Kenney-Herbert, E. M. M., 209, 214

Kent, earls of, see Burgh; Neville

Kent, 50; and see Dartford; Hythe

kerseymere manufacture, 236

King:
-, Fred., 120–1
-, Hen. (fl. c. 1789, c. 1828), 120
-, Hen. (? another), 41
-, Jasper, 173
-, John,172
-, Thos. (d. 1596), 173
-, Thos. (fl. 1648), 173
-, Thos. (fl. 1780), 12
-, Thos. (d. 1811), 12
-, Thos. (d. 1825), 12, 16
-, Thos. (fl. 1842), 12
-, Thos. (? another, fl. earlier 19th cent.), 41
-, W. E., 130
-, Wm. (fl. 1674), 172
-, Wm. (fl. 1768), 146
-, fam. (two of the name), 14, 172

King John's House, see Tollard Royal

Kinghay (in East Knoyle and Tisbury), 205

King's Old Rectory, see Chalke, Broad

Kingseye, Geo., 74

Kipling:
-, J. L., 202
-, Rudyard, 202

Kirby, Thos., 76

Kitson, Phil., 119

Kneller:
-, (formerly Huckle), Godfrey (d. 1781), 146–7
-, Godfrey (another), 146
-, John,146

Knight:
-, Chas., 145
-, Jas. (fl. 1806), 145
-, Jas. (another, fl. c. 1861), 111

Knighton (in Broad Chalke), 3, 37–8, 40, 42–4, 48–9
-, agric, 47
-, chant., 43, 47, 50
-,-, adv., 50
-,-, priests, 43, 50
-, chap., 40, 43, 50
-, cts., 48–9
-, cust. tenants, 47
-, dom. archit., 43
-, farms, 43, 47
-, Knighton Hill, 37, 40, 46
-, man., 43, 47–8
-, mill, 40, 47–8
-, pop., 40
-, settlement, 40
-,-, oodland, 47, 49

Knipe:
-, Edw., and his w. Eliz., 72
-, Wm. (fl. between 1645 and 1654), 78
-, Wm. (fl. 1769), 72
-, Wm. (? another, d. 1799), 72
-, fam., 72, 78

Knipes, see Semley: man.

Knowle Hill, see Chalke, Broad

Knoyle, East, 104–5, 155, 196
-, adv., 175
-, agric, 164
-, ch., 77
-, Kinghay, q.v.
-, man., 109
-,-, Clouds, 109
-,-, Knoyle, Upton, 110
-, prot. nonconf., 78, 176, 244
-, rectors, 175; and see Clifford; Gray, Enoch; Hill
-, rectory, 112, 175
-, stone quarry, 235

Knoyle, Upton, see Knoyle, East: man.

Kymer, Gilb., dean of Salisbury, 210

Kyrton, Ric, 21

Kywell:
-, Alice, 220
-, John, 220
-, John, s. of John, 220

L.

Lacock, abbey, 111

Lacy:
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln, 106
-, Marg. de, see Longespée

Lady Down, see Tisbury

Lake (in Wilsford), man., 110

lakes, see Fonthill Gifford; Fonthill Gifford: Bitham Lake; Norrington; ponds; Tisbury

Lamb (Lambe):
-, C. E., 71–2
-, J. L., 71
-, Joan, see Mompesson
-, John, 218
-, R., 43

Lambert:
-, Dan., 216, 240
-, Hen., 216

Lambock, John, 15

Lampeter (Cardig., later Dyfed), St. David's Coll., vice-principal of, see Williams, Rowland

lamps (eccl.), 56, 193

Lander, Rog., 35

Lane:
-, Bart., 72, 217
-, Geo., 123
-, Hen., 244
-, Josiah, 162, 223
-, Magdalen, m. Wm. Okeden (d. 1718), 72, 217
-, Susanna, m. Rob. Coker, 72, 217
-, Thos., jr., and his w. Bridget, 32
-, Thos., sr., and his w. Mary, 32

Lane-Fox, A. H., see Pitt-Rivers

Langford, H. S., 76

Langford, Steeple, see Bathampton

Larmer Grounds, Larmer tree, see Tollard Royal

Larnach-Nevill, Guy, marquess of Abergavenny, 44

Latham, Burton, 240

Latimer, Rob., 118

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury, 77

laundering, 237

Lavermere hundred or liberty, 86

Laverstock, 158

Lawes, see Laws

Lawrence, H. and W., & Sons, 133

Laws (Lawes):
-, Thos., 172
-, fam., 13

leather trades, 236

Lee Warner:
-, (formerly Woodward), Dan., 101
-, Hen. (d. 1760), 101–2
-, Hen. (d. 1804), 101–2

Legg, John, rector of Donhead St. Andrew, 136

Leicester, John of, 9, 54

Leigh:
-, Agnes, w. of John (d. 1390), m. 2
-, John Pokerwell, 219
-, Alice, m. John Mompesson, 219
-, Anne, m. Sir Jas. Worsley, 130
-, Hen., rector of Semley, 77
-, Jas. of, 181
-, Joan, w. of John (d. c. 1452), 219
-, John of (fl. 1343). 181
-, John (another, d. 1390), 219
-, John (d. c. 1452), 130, 219
-, Sir John (d. 1524), 130, 219
-, Nic, and his w. Eliz., 130
-, Phil, of, 181
-, and see Ley

Leigh Court, see Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Andrew: man.

Lestrange:
-, Joan, see Ingham
-, Rog., Ld. Strange, 94

Letts, G. R. D., 74

Lever, H. J., 181–2

Leveson-Gower, O. C. G., 128–9

Ley:
-, Hen. (d. 1574), 189, 193
-, Hen., earl of Marlborough (d. 1638), 189
-, Jas., earl of Marlborough (d. 1629), rector of Teffont Evias, 193
-, Jas., earl of Marlborough (d. 1665), 189
-, Mat., 189, 194
-, Wm., 189, 194
-, and see Leigh

libel, 245

liberties (franchises), 4; and see chase, rights of; Crown pleas, freedom from; Donhead hundred and liberty; gallows; infangthief; pleas of shire and hundred; purlieu; return of writs; waifs and strays; warrens: free warren

libraries and reading rooms, 50, 82' 141, 187, 202, 247

licences:
-, for bondman to take holy orders, 174–5, 238
-, for bondswomen to marry, 174, 237
-, to crenellate, 213, 220, 228
-, to have undertenants, 174, 238
-, to live outside the man., 175

Lilly, T. P., 235

lime making, 122, 133, 192, 235

Limerick (Irel.), bp. of, see Thornborough

Lincoln, earls of, see Lacy; Roumare

Lincoln's Inn, in Westminster, 193

linen drapers, 236

Linley (in Tisbury), 197, 205, 234, 241
-, dom. archit., 205
-, farms, 216–17, 230
-, man., 72, 208, 215–17, 220, 229
-, mill, 205, 234
-, stone quarry, 235

Lisle, Baroness, see Berkeley

Littlecote, John, 41

Littlecote (in Ramsbury), man., 47

Littleton, Rob. of, 73

Llewellins & James, 59

Lock, John, 109–10

locomotives, diesel, 123

Lof, Rob., 109

London, 16, 47, 76, 154, 184, 235
-, as address, 78, 125
-, and see Westminster

London, Little, see Chalke, Broad

Long:
-, Ric., 87
-, Wal., 87

Longespée:
-, Ela, ctss. of Salisbury, 83, 111
-, Marg., m. Hen. de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, 106
-, Maud, 83
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury (d. 1226), 4, 106, 111
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1250), 106, 111
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1257), 83, 106
-, fam., 83

Longford Castle (in Britford), 122

Longleat House (in Horningsham), 122

Lott:
-, John, sr., 176, 194
-, John, jr., 176

Lovel:
-, Alice, Baroness Morley, m. Sir Edw. Howard, 215
-, Alice, w. of Wm., Ld. Lovel, m. 2 Ralph Boteler, Baron Sudeley, 215, 221
-, Francis, Vct. Lovel, 215
-, Hen., Ld. Morley, 215
-, John, Ld. Lovel (d. 1408), 43, 215, 220, 222
-, John, Ld. Lovel (d. 1465), 215, 221
-, Maud, w. of John, Ld. Lovel (d. 1408), 43, 215, 220
-, Wm., Ld. Lovel, 215, 221
-, Wm., Ld. Morley, 215
-, fam., 222

Lucas:
-, Chas., 192
-, Elias, 110
-, Elias (another), 110–11
-, Thos., 110
-, Mr., 40
-, fam., 110

Lucy:
-, Edith de, w. of Sir Wm., m. 2—de More, 86–7
-, Herb, de, 83
-, John de, 84
-, Rob. de (d. by 1223), and his w. Margery, 83
-, Rob. de (fl. 1255), 83
-, Rob. de (another, d. c. 1262), 22, 84
-, Rob. de, s. of Rob. (d. c. 1262), 22, 84, 86
-, Sir Wm. de, 23, 84, 86
-, fam., 22–3

Lucyen:
-, Joan, see Wake
-, Phil., 54

Lucy's, see Berwick St. John: man.

Ludlow:
-, Sir Edm., 63, 65
-, Geo., 10, 42, 63, 65
-, Sir Hen., 63, 65
-, fam., 65

Ludwell, see Donhead St. Mary

lunatic asylum, 113, 158

Lush:
-, John, 220
-, Ric, 220
-, Rob., 220
-, Thos., 88
-, fam., 150

Lydiard Tregoze, man., 187

Lyme, Peter of, rector of Berwick St. John, 26

Lynde:
-, Anne de la, m. Rob. Williams, 55
-, Avice de la, m. Sir Thos. Trenchard, 55
-, Edw. de la, 55
-, Sir Geo. de la, 55
-, Warborough de la, m. Thos. Morton, 55

Lyngever:
-, Agnes, m. John Whitlock, 109
-, Agnes, w. of Thos., 109
-, Christine, m. Rob. Herdell, 109
-, John (fl. 1348), and his w. Avice, 109
-, John, s. of John (fl. 1348), 109, 111
-, John (fl. 1453), 109
-, Peter, 109
-, Thos., 109
-, fam., 109

Lyngevers, see Chicklade: man.

M.

Maclntyre, John, 103–4

Maddock, Revd. Mat., 87

Maghelin, Godescalde de, 62

Maidment, G. E., 209, 218–19

Makerel, Ralph, 42; and see Maskerel

Malet:
-, Cath., see Alye
-, Cecily, see Alye
-, Gawen, 216
-, Joan, m. Thos. Fulford (fl. 1646), 216
-, Mic, 216

malthouses and malting, 97, 237

Manchester, see Greater Manchester Council Superannuation Fund

Mandeville:
-, Geof. de, 159–60, 179, 219
-, John de (d. 1275), 159, 179–80
-, John de (d. 1313), 159, 179
-, John de (d. 1360), 159
-, Rob. de (d. c. 1231), 158–60, 179
-, Rob. (d. 1348), 159
-, Rob. (? fl. 1382), 159
-, fam., 180, 183

Mann, D., 32, 40–1

Manningford:
-, John, 42
-, Rog., 71

Manningham:
-, Eleanor, see Moleyns
-, Sir Oliver, 10, 159

Manocchi, Giuseppe, 223

Manor Farm, see Chalke, Broad

Mansel (later Mansel–Pleydell), J. C, 55

Mansfield:
-, Eliz., see Fezzard
-, Jas., 147
-, John, 147

Mar:
-, Eve de, see Cumin
-, John de, 159

March, Aymer de, rector of Tisbury, 239

March, earl of, see Mortimer

Marchant:
-, Tabitha, 240
-, Thos., 240
-, —, vicar of Tisbury, 240

Marden, man., 9, 63

Margadale, Baron, see Morrison

markets, see Berwick St. John; Fifield Bavant; Swallowcliffe

Marks:
-, B. T., 9, 14
-, Wm., 9

Marlborough, Alf. of, 62, 187

Marlborough, earls of, see Ley

Marlborough castle, constable of, see Hatch, Eust. of

marriages, clandestine, 99

Marsh:
-, Thos., see Oliver
-, Wal., and his w. Edith, 21

Marsh Bros., 31, 55

Marshall, T. W., curate of Swallowcliffe, 184

Marshes, the, see Semley: man.

Martin:
-, Edm., 129
-, Joan, see Feme
-, M. F., 145

Martin (now Hants), 38

Martineau:
-, J. E., 119
-, fam., 119

Maryland (U.S.A.), 70

Maskerel:
-, Maud, see Chalke
-, Rob., 32, 42
-, and see Makerel

Mason:
-, Ric, 244
-, fam., 9

Matthews:
-, E. H., 55
-, H. R. C, 180
-, L., 56
-, L. B., 55–6

Mauduit:
-, Agnes, w. of Sir John (d. 1347), m. 2 Thos. de Bradeston, Ld. Bradeston, 159, 213
-, Alice, w. of Sir Rob. (d. c. 1288), 159, 180
-, Ancelin, 212
-, Gille, m. John Moleyns, 212
-, Gunfrid, 212–13
-, Sir John (d. 1302), 159, 166, 180
-, Sir John (d. 1347), 159, 166, 180, 212–13
-, John (d. 1355), and his w. Joan, 159, 166
-, Peter, 159
-, Rob. (d. by 1243), 158–9, 212, 219
-, Rob., ? s. of Rob. (d. by 1243), 159
-, Sir Rob. (d. c. 1288), 159, 164, 179–80
-, Walkelin, 212
-, fam., 212

Maufe, And., rector of Fifield Bavant, 65

Maunger:
-, Marg., w. of Rob., m. 2 Benett Jerrett, 216
-, Margery, m. Thos. Rayner or Webb, 216, 220
-, Rob., 216
-, Wm., 216
-, fam., 220

Maunsell:
-, John, 147
-, Peter, 147

Mayne:
-, Chris., 189, 218
-, Ellen, m. Maur. Keatinge, 189
-, Emily, m. Wm. Fane De Salis, 189, 195, 246
-, J. T., 186, 189–91
-, John (d. 1726), 189, 218
-, John (d. 1785), 189, 218
-, Marg., 189
-, Mary, see Mompesson
-, Sarah, w. of J. T., 189
-, Thos. (d. 1787), 189, 218
-, Thos. (d. 1819), 189, 218
-, fam., 219

maypole dancing, 94

Mead End, see Chalke, Bower

Mears & Stainbank, 51, 78, 88, 137, 153

medical practice and practitioners, see American Red Cross; apothecary; hospitals (for cross references); nurse, parish; surgeon, parish; vaccination of paupers

Melbury Abbas (Dors.), 140

Melksham:
-, Ric of, 11
-, Wm. of, 11

Mells:
-, B., m.—Ridout, 173
-, Geo., 173

menagerie, 21

Mercer, fam., 137

Mere:
-, Bart, of, rector of Fonthill Gifford, 160, 167
-, John of (fl. 1319), and his w. Eleanor, 171
-, John of (fl. 1375), and his w. Joan, 160
-, Marg. of, m. Rog. of Bisterne, 171
-, Ric. of, 160

Mere, 195
-, man.: Charnage or Chaddenwick, 172
-, poor–law union, 175
-, prot. nonconf., 154

Mere and Tisbury rural district, 14

Mervyn:
-, Christine, see Tuchet
-, Edm. (two of the name), 160
-, Eliz., see Mompesson
-, Eliz., w. of John s. of Wal., 159, 213
-, Geo., 109
-, Sir Hen., 160, 180, 214
-, Sir Jas., 74, 160, 180, 208, 214, 228
-, John (d. after 1476), 159–60, 213
-, Sir John (d. 1566), 159–61, 165–7, 180, 213–14, 219, 247
-, John, grds. of Sir John, 160
-, John (another), s. of Wal., 159
-, Ric, 160
-, Thos., 109, 113
-, Wal., 159, 213
-, Wm., rector of Boy ton and of Fonthill GifTord, 167
-, fam., 168

Methodist Ministers Housing Society, 209

Methodists, 51, 59, 79, 88, 137, 141, 154, 245
-, Primitive, 16, 35, 51, 59, 79, 88, 154, 185, 194, 245
-, Wesleyan, 27, 35, 79, 88, 137, 154, 245

Michel:
-, Revd. Jas., 55
-, Margaretta, see Pleydell

Middle Down, see Alvediston

Middlemarsh, Wal. of, 129

Middlesex, see Hampstead; Westminster

Middleton, Rob., 147

Milbourne:
-, Agnes, sis. of Sir Thos., 110
-, Agnes, w. of Wm., see Chitterne
-, Hen., 110
-, Marg., see Ernie
-, Ric. (d. 1451), 110
-, Ric. (d. 1532), 110
-, Sim., 110
-, Sir Thos., 110
-, Wm., 110
-, fam., 110

Mile, Nic, 192

military activities, installations, and occupations, see bomb storage; camps, military; Chilmark: R.A.F. sta.; Clubman; sieges; Wardour: Civil War; yeomanry

milk and cheese factory, see Semley

milk depots, see Semley; Tisbury

milk marketing, pasteurising, and processing, 69, 76

Milkwell, see Donhead St. Andrew

Milleville, Hugh de, 108

Mills, Thos., rector of TefTont Evias, 194

mills, see Alvediston; Ansty; Berwick St. John; Bridzor; Chalke, Bower; Chalke, Broad; Charlton; Chicklade; Chicksgrove, Lower; Chicksgrove, Upper; Chilmark; Donhead; Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; Ebbesborne Wake; Fonthill Gifford; Hatch, W.; Knighton; Linley; Roughcombe; Stoke Farthing; S wallowcliffe; Teffont Evias; Tisbury; Tollard Royal; Tuckingmill; Wincombe; and see windmills

ministries (eccl.):
-, group, see Chalke Valley; Chalke Valley West; Chase; Nadder
-, team, see Tisbury benefice

Ministry of Defence, 119, 123

Minstead (Hants), 172
-, rectory, 77

Misselfore, see Chalke, Bower

Mitchell, Arthur, 109

moat, medieval, 69

model buildings, manufacture of parts for, 133

Moffat, W. B., 184, 193

Moleyns:
-, Eleanor, m. 1 Rob. Hungerford, Ld. Hungerford and Moleyns, 2 Sir Oliver Manningham, 10, 159, 213
-, Gille, see Mauduit
-, John, 212
-, Margery, 10, 213
-, Sir Ric, 10, 213
-, Wm. (fl. 1353), and his w. Joan, 220
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1381), 159, 213
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1425), 10, 213
-, Wm. (d. 1429), 10, 213
-, fam., 159, 164
-, and see Mullins

Mompesson:
-, Alice, see Leigh
-, Drew, 109
-, Edm., 219, 240
-, Edw., 218
-, Eliz., m. 1 Ric. Perkins, 2 Sir John Mervyn, 160, 219, 247–8
-, Geo., and his w. Helen or Eleanor, 218
-, Sir Giles, 219, 247–8
-, Jasper, 109
-, Joan, w. of Thos. (d. 1582), m. 2 John Lamb, 218
-, John, 219
-, Mary, m. Chris. Mayne, 218
-, Ric, 109
-, Susan, sis. of Edm., 219, 247–8
-, Susan, w. of Ric, see Blackman
-, Thos. (d. 1560), 218
-, Thos. (d. 1582), 218
-, Thos. (d. 1587), 219
-, Thos. (d. 1612), 218
-, Thos. (another, fl. after 1641), 219
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1648), 218
-, Thos. (another, fl. 1711), 219

Monk, Wm., 25

Monkton Farleigh, 145

Montagu (Montague):
-, Sir John de (d. 1390), 62, 188
-, John de, earl of Salisbury (d. 1400), 62, 83, 188
-, Ralph, 186, 191
-, Thos., earl of Salisbury, 62, 83
-, fam., 83

Montgomery, earldom, 23; and see Herbert

Moody:
-, Henrietta, 219
-, Hen., 218–19
-, Wm. (d. 1774), 219
-, Wm. (d. 1798), 218–19
-, Revd. Wm. (d. 1827), 218–19

Moon, J. F., 162

Mooray, see Chilmark

Moore (More):
-, Edith de, see Lucy
-, Jasper, 135
-, John (two of the name), 118
-, John, & Co., 235
-, Wm., 118
-, fam., 118, 121

Morgan:
-, John, 244
-, W. H., 214

Morley, Lords, see Lovel

Morris & Co., 21

Morrison:
-, Alf., 108, no, 119, 161–2, 214
-, Hugh, 161–2, 214
-, J. A., 162
-, J. I., 101, 108–9, 111–12, 119, 161, 214
-, Jas., 101, 161–2, 209, 214, 224
-, John, Baron Margadale, 109, 123– 4, 161, 214
-, Mabel, 162, 224
-, fam., 101, 108, 112, 121, 161, 164, 209, 235

Mortimer:
-, Edm., earl of March and of Ulster, 83
-, Geo., 161–2, 214, 236
-, Jas., 109, 161
-, Rog., earl of March and of Ulster, and his w. Eleanor, 83
-, fam., 83

Morton:
-, Anne, m. Edm. Pleydell, 55
-, Geo. (d. 1595), 55
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1610), 55
-, Sir Geo., Bt. (d. 1661), 55
-, Sir John, Bt., 55
-, Thos. (two of the name), 55
-, Warborough, see Lynde

Mosse, Revd. S. T., 240

Mostyn-Owen-Jodrell, M., 130

Motcombe (Dors.), 66, 140, 247

Mount Sorrel (in Broad Chalke), 37–9
-, dom. archit., 39
-, man., 41, 45, 48
-, place name, 39

Mountier:
-, Jane, m. Edw. Elliott, 146
-, Laur., 146
-, Mary, m. Sebastian Pitfold, 146

Mowbray:
-, Eliz. de, see Segrave
-, John de, Ld. Mowbray (d. 1368), 210
-, John de, earl of Nottingham (d. c. 1383), 210
-, John de, earl of Nottingham, earl and duke of Norfolk (d. 1432), 210
-, John de, earl of Nottingham, earl and duke of Norfolk (d. 1461), 210
-, John de, earl of Nottingham, earl and duke of Norfolk (d. 1476), 210
-, Thos. de, earl of Nottingham, duke of Norfolk (d. 1399), and his w. Eliz., 210
-, Thos. de, earl of Nottingham, earl of Norfolk (d. 1405), 210
-, fam., 210

Mullins:
-, Chas., 144
-, Ernest, 144
-, John, 144
-, Thos., and his w. Ann, 147
-, and see Moleyns

murdrum, 92, 150

Murrell, D. W., 217

musician, 71

Mutual Households Association Ltd., see Country Houses Association Ltd.

N.

Nadder, riv., 3, 16, 66, 75, 91, 93, 122, 126–8, 130, 133, 136, 138, 140,185–6, 195–9, 202, 206,231, 234

Nadder group ministry, 192

Nadder valley, 7–8, 89, 114, 140, 185, 196

Nairn:
-, John, curate of Berwick St. Leonard and of Pertwood, 104
-, Wm., rector of Berwick St. Leonard and of Pertwood, 104

National Trust, 17, 126, 140

Nature Conservancy Council, 58

nature reserve, 58; and see Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; areas of special scientific interest; conservation areas; Special Landscape Area

Nelson, Horatio, Baron Nelson, 162–3

Netheravon, Hen. of, canon of Salisbury, rector of Chilmark, 124

Nevill, see Larnach–Nevill

Neville:
-, Geo., 84
-, Joan de, see St. Martin
-, Maud de, 44
-, Ric, earl of Salisbury, 106
-, T. C, 43
-, Wm., earl of Kent, 221

New Forest (Hants), 50; and see foresters

New Town, see Chalke, Broad

Newcastle, duke of, see Pelham-Clinton

Newcastle Estates, 44

Newmarket (Suff.), royal stables, 161

Newnton, North:
-, prebend, see Wilton: abbey
-, rector, 12

newspaper (parish), 35

Newton, South:
-, prebend, see Wilton: abbey
-, rector, 12, 44

Newtown (in Tisbury), 196–7
-, chap., 206, 241–2
-, dom. archit., 206
-, prot. nonconf., 245
-, sch., 206, 241, 245–6
-, stone quarry, 235

Nicholas (or Nicholls):
-, Edw., 72
-, John, 72

Nicholson, Chas., 248

nightw alking, 92

Nippred:
-, Beatrice of, m. Rog. of Wick, 212
-, Hugh of, 212
-, Hugh of (another), 212
-, John of, 212
-, John of, grds. of John, 212

Nippred (in Tisbury), 197, 203
-, common meadow, 227
-, common pasture, 227
-, cust. tenants, 227
-, inc., 227
-, man., 208, 212–14, 227
-, mill, 203, 234
-, place name, 203 n
-, settlement, 203
-, stone quarry, 235

Noake, John, 77

nonconformity, protestant, see Anabaptists; Baptists; Congregationalists; Independents; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quakers; Unitarians; United Reformed churches

Norfolk, Rob., 220

Norfolk:
-, dukedom, 210
-, dukes of, see Howard; Mowbray
-, earldom, 210
-, earls of, see Mowbray

Norfolk, see Houghton Hall

Norridge (in Upton Scudamore), man., 120

Norrignton, Sam., rector of Fonthill Gifford, 167

Norrington (in Alvediston), 8, 13
-, agric, 13–14
-, as address, 110
-, common pastures, 13
-, cts., 14
-, cust. tenants, 13
-, dom. archit., 8, 11
-,-, Norrington Farm, 11, 209
-, farm, 13–14
-, lake, 11
-, man., 7, 10–12, 14, 16, 22, 41, 56, 73, 218

Norrington Farm, see Norrington: dom. archit.

Norris, Wm., 108

Northey, Edw., vicar of Tisbury, 242

Northo:
-, Peter de, and his w. Iseult, 224
-, Wm. de, and his w. Christian, 71

Northouse, see Semley: man.

Norton Bavant:
-, as address, 211
-, ch., 235
-, man., 235

Norton St. Philip (Som.), see Farleigh Hungerford

Norway spruce, 25, 86

Nottingham:
-, earldom, 210
-, earls of, 210; and see Mowbray

Nubye, Jonah, and his w. Eliz., 97

nurse, parish, 124

nursing homes, 142

Nustelit, Edw., 219

Nutbeen:
-, S., 71
-, W., 71

O.

Oak, Phil., 42

Oakley, Wal. of, 218

Oakley (in Tisbury), 195, 197, 217–18, 225–6
-, agric, 225
-, man., 208, 217–18
-, Oakley castle, see Tisbury: Castle Ditches
-, settlement, 203
-, stone quarries, 235

Oaksey, Rob. of, 54

Oare (in Wilcot), man., 110

obits, 41

occupations and professions, see actress; apothecary; architects, artists, and designers (for cross references); authors (for cross references); bacon curers; basket maker; bell founders; brickmakers; carrier; clockmakers; coal merchants; cordwainer; draper; engineer; fullers; fustian weaver; glovemakers; gunpowder contractor; harness maker; linen drapers; musician; oxherd; potters; rake maker; robbers; shoemakers; skinner; stonecutters; stonemasons; tailors; tanner; thegn; tilemakers; watchmakers; weavers; wheelwright; whores; wool stapler

O'Connor, Wm., 110

Oddford brook, see Tisbury

Odstock, vicar of, see Bedwell

offences, see affray; apostasy; breaking and entering; conspiracy; felony; forgery; libel; marriages, clandestine; nightwalking; regicide; rick burning; riots; simony; trespass

officers, manorial, see constable; haywards; inspectors of carcasses; oxherd; reeves and reevemen; woodwards

officers, parish, see clerks, parish; Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; Fonthill Gifford; nurse, parish; Sedgehill; surgeons, parish; Tisbury

officials, local, see justices of the peace

officials, royal, see bailiffs; common pleas, justice of; Wiltshire: sheriff and under-sheriff

Ogbourne St. Andrew, see Rockley

Okeden:
-, Edm., 21
-, Magdalen, see Lane
-, Mary, m. Wm. Glisson, 72, 217
-, Wm. (fl. 1672), 21
-, Wm. (? another, d. 1718), 72, 217

old people's home, 170

Old Street, see Tisbury

Oliver:
-, John, 179
-, Rog., 179
-, (or Marsh), Thos., 12

oratory, 119

Orchard, Wm., 71

orchards, 122

Ormond:
-, Jas., earl of Ormond, see Botiller
-, Thos., earl of Ormond, see Botiller

Ormond, earls of, see Botiller

Osbert (fl. c. 1130), 212

Osmond:
-, Geo., 237
-, Thos. (d. 1833), 237
-, Thos. (d. 1869), 237

Ox Drove (three roads of the name), 8, 17, 24, 29, 37, 53, 60, 106, 115, 126, 128

Oxford:
-, bp. of, 104, 175; and see Butler, John
-, bpric, 65
-, cath. ch. (Christ Church):
-,-, canon and dean of, see Gregory
-,-, dean and chapter, 77, 175

Oxford university, 77, 98, 166–7
-, Christ Church, see Oxford: cath. ch.
-, New Coll., 25, 151
-, regius professor of civil law, see Zouche, Ric.
-, regius professor of Hebrew, see Thorne, Wm.
-, St. Alban's Hall, principal of, see Zouche

Oxfordshire, see Adderbury; Wallingford
-, Tadmarton, rector of, see Ralph

oxherd, 226

P.

Page:
-, John, 211
-, Ric, 109

Paine, Jas., 223; and see Payne

Pall Mall (in Westminster), York Ho., 223

Palmer, A. A. L., 40

Palton:
-, Gillian, m. John Cheyne, 110
-, John, and his w. Joan, 110
-, Sir John (another), 110
-, Sir Rob., 110
-, Rob., s. of Sir Rob., 110
-, Sir Wm., 110
-, fam., 110

papal provision, 152

Papworth, J. B., 113, 162

Parham:
-, Edm., 11
-, Geo. (d. 1826), 71–2, 79
-, John of, and his w. Alice, 11
-, John (another), 11
-, Ric, 11
-, fam., 14

Parhams or Samways, see Alvediston: man.

parishes, detached parts of, 93, 114, 126, 138, 195

parishes (civil), union of, 66, 169, 185, 195

parishes (eccl.), union of, 15, 59, 64, 103, 112, 183, 240

Parker:
-, Anne, 211
-, Cath., m. Chichester Garstin, 211
-, Sir Harry, Bt., 211
-, Sir Hen., Bt., 180, 210–11
-, Sir Hyde, Bt., 73, no, 211
-, John,211
-, Marg. (d. 1785), 211
-, Marg. (d. 1805), m. John Strode, 211
-, Sir Wm., Bt., 211
-, fam., 73

parks, see Alvediston; Berwick St. John; Charlton; Chicklade; Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; Dunworth hund.; Feme; Fonthill Gifford; Hatch, W.; Pythouse; Ridge; Roughcombe; Sedgehill; Semley; Teffont Evias; Tisbury; Tollard Royal; Wardour: Wardour pk.; Wincombe

parliamentary representation, see Hythe; Shaftesbury

Parmiter:
-, P. J., 97, 236
-, P. J., & Co., 236

Parnell, Chris., Baron Congleton, 9, 55–6

Parsons:
-, A. R., 209
-, E. M., 209
-, Edw., see Frowd
-, Ellen, 172
-, F. N. M., 209
-, John, see Frowd
-, Ric., 173
-, Ric. (another), see Frowd
-, Thos., see Frowd

Patch, O., 72

Payne:
-, Eleanor, see Govis
-, Wm., 83, 87
-, and see Paine

Paynel:
-, Thos., 188
-, Wm., 188

peacocks, white, 21

peculiar, ecclesiastical, see Ansty

Peek, Wm., 9, 63

Pelham-Clinton, Hen., duke of Newcastle, 44

Pembroke:
-, earldom, 4, 9, 23, 25, 31, 55, 63, 123
-, earls of, 1, 5, 25, 40, 42, 44, 49, 74, 118–19, 122–4, 131, 146, 179–80, 183; and see Herbert

Pembroke estate, see Wilton estate

Penn, Hen., 51

Penny, Geo., 88

Penruddock:
-, Chas., 63
-, Frances, 63
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1664), 44
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1681), 44, 51
-, John (d. 1600), 44
-, John (d. 1841), 63
-, Rob., 44
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1637), 44
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1691), 44
-, fam., 46

Penton, Deborah, 87

Pentridge (Dors.), ch., 86

Perkins:
-, Chas., 219
-, Eliz., see Mompesson
-, Francis (d. 1616), 219
-, Francis (d. 1661), 219
-, Francis, grds. of Francis (d. 1661), 219
-, Francis (another, d. 1736), 219
-, Francis (d. 1749 or 1750), 219
-, Jas., 219
-, John, 219
-, Ric, 219, 247

Pertwood, 71, 105, 112, 114
-, as address, 109
-, ch., 112
-, curates, see Evans, John; Nairn, John
-, farm, 109, 112
-, rector of, see Nairn, Wm.
-, rectory, 112

pet food preparation, 237

Peter (fl. c. 1130), 215

Peter, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Petre, Wm., 77

Pettredge, John, 71

Phelps:
-, John (fl. c. 1802), 22
-, John (? same, fl. between 1806 and 1808), 71

Philipps, Wal., 77

Philp:
-, R. H. G., 145
-, Ric, 145

Phipp:
-, John, rector of Teffont Evias, 193–4, 244
-, Nic, 192
-, Thos., 192
-, Wm., 192

Pickerell, John, and his w. Cecily, 210

pig breeding and rearing, 76, 97, 121, 149, 174, 190, 226

Pike:
-, Donald, 74
-, Fred., 71–2
-, Helen, 119
-, Joan, m. John Furnell, 119
-, Joan, w. of John, see Rigge
-, John, 108, 112
-, John (another, d. by 1550), 108, 112, 119
-, John, s. of John (d. by 1550), 119
-, Thos'. (fl. before 1632), 119
-, Thos. (fl. 1748), 72
-, W. S., 74
-, Wm. (d. c. 1601), 108, 112
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1613), 108, 111

Pile:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Freke (fl. 1706), 11, 20
-, Thos., 11, 20

Pinkney:
-, Rob. (fl. 1585), rector of Berwick St. John, 26
-, Rob. (fl. 1748, ? two of the name), 74
-, Wm., 25

Pinnock:
-, Geof., and his w. Alice, 12
-, John (d. by 1360), 12
-, John (another), 12
-, Laur., 12
-, Nic. (fl. 1350), 9
-, Nic. (another, fl. 1356), 9
-, Nic. (another), s. of John (d. by 1360), 12
-, Steph., 12
-, Wm., 12–13
-, fam., 13

Pitfold:
-, Mary, see Mountier
-, Sebastian, 146

Pitman:
-, A. E. C, 73
-, D. B., 70

Pitt:
-, Geo. (d. 1734), 11, 20
-, Geo. (d. 1745), 11, 20
-, Geo., Baron Rivers (d. 1803), 11, 20, 22, 30, 81, 84, 151
-, Geo., Baron Rivers (d. 1828), 20, 27, 84
-, Horace, see Pitt-Rivers

Pitt-Rivers:
-, A. E. L.-F., 20, 84, 131
-, (formerly Lane-Fox), A. H. L.-F., 17, 17, 20–1, 55, 82, 84, 131
-, G. H. L.-F., 20, 84, 131
-, Geo., Baron Rivers, 20, 63, 84, 131
-, Hen., Baron Rivers, 20, 84, 131
-, (formerly Pitt), Horace, Baron Rivers, 20, 84, 131
-, M. A., 20, 22, 84, 132
-, (formerly Beckford), Wm., Baron Rivers, 20, 22, 26, 81, 84
-, fam., 20, 85

Pitts farm, see Sedgehill: man.

Place:
-, Revd. Conyers, 72, 217
-, Magdalen, see Glisson

Place Farm, see Tisbury

plague, 140, 142–3, 198, 226

Plaistow, Cecily, 130

Plaistow's, see Donhead St. Andrew: man.

Plantagenet:
-, Edw., earl of Warwick, 106
-, Geo., duke of Clarence, 221

pleas of shire and hundred, 92, 150

Pleydell:
-, Edm. (d. 1726), 55
-, Edm. (d. 1754), 55
-, Edm. (d. 1794), 55
-, Edm. (d. 1835), 55
-, J. C. Mansel-, see Mansel
-, Margaretta, m. Revd. Jas. Michel, 55
-, fam., 55

Plowman, fam., 72

Poingiant, Ric, 9

Pokerwell:
-, Agnes, see Leigh
-, John,219

Pole, Marg., ctss. of Salisbury, 188

Polhill:
-, Edw., 72, 216–17
-, Sim., 72, 216

police station, see Tisbury

Pond:
-, Sid., 51
-, fam., 142

ponds, see Ansty; Coombe; Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; lakes; Sedgehill; Semley; Swallowcliffe; Teffont Evias; Tisbury; Tollard Royal; Wardour: Wardour pk.; Wincombe

Ponting, C. E., 136

Poole:
-, Sir Giles, 42–3
-, John, 42
-, Leonard, 42–3
-, Ric, 42
-, fam., 43, 46

poor relief, see under places and roundsman system; Semley: poorhouse; workhouses (for cross references)

Poore, Herb., bp. of Salisbury, 98

poorhouse, see Semley

poor-law unions, see Tisbury; Wilton

Pope, Geo., rector of Donhead St. Mary, 152

Portash, see Chilmark

potters, 121

Poulshot:
-, Alan of, see Feme
-, Joan of, see Feme
-, Laur. of, rector of Donhead St. Mary, canon of Wilton abbey, 152

pound, common, 151

Powell:
-, Adam, 73
-, Alex., 32
-, Thos. (? two of the name), 73
-, Mrs., 32

Powton:
-, Constantine, 101, 175
-, Edw. (fl. 1565), rector of Berwick St. Leonard, 102, 104
-, Edw. (? same), s. of Wm. (d. 1599), 101
-, Francis, 101, 175
-, Geo., rector of Berwick St. Leonard, 104
-, Jas., s. of Wm. (d. 1599), 101, 175
-, Jas. (? same), 102
-, Wm. (d. 1599), 101–2
-, Wm. (another), rector of Berwick St. Leonard, 104

Poynings, Sir Thos., 170

prehistoric settlement and remains, see Alvediston; Ansty; Berwick St. John; Chalke, Bower; Chalke, Broad; Chicklade; Chilmark; Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; Easton Bassett; Ebbesborne Wake; Fifield Bavant; Semley; Swallowcliffe; Teffont Evias; Tisbury; Tollard Royal

Presbyterians, 27, 35, 78, 137, 154, 193–4, 244

Prevost, Thos., vicar of Tisbury, and his w. Rebecca, 240

Priaulx:
-, John, rector of Berwick St. John, archdeacon of Salisbury, 26
-, —, curate of Berwick St. John, 26

Price:
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Bassett, 108
-, Thos., 108, 112
-, and see Pryce

priests:
-, Benedictine, 168
-, chant., 43, 50, 136, 240–1
-, Franciscan, 244
-, Jesuit, 223, 244
-, stipendiary, 136

printing, 237

Priors farm, see Tisbury: man.

Privett, Wm., 122

Pryce, C. B., 52; and see Price

publishing, 237

punishments, see deprivation (eccl.)

Purbeck, Rog. of, and his w. Joan, 101

Purdue:
-, Ric, 125
-, Rog., 125
-, Wm., 59

purlieu, 7

Pychard, Rog., and his w. Margery, 31

Pythouse (in Tisbury), 91, 204, 211–12
-, agric, 229
-, as address, 70, 72, 74, 109
-, chap., 212, 241
-, estate, 72–5, 161, 209–12, 214, 216–17, 224, 228–30, 235, 240
-, farms, 229–30
-, pk., 67, 196–7, 204, 230
-, Pythouse (Ho.), 208, 211–12
-, settlement, 198, 204
-, stone quarries, 235
-, woodland, 231

Q.

Quakers (Society of Friends), 51, 138, 154, 244

Quarenghi, Giacomo, 223

Quarry, the, see Tisbury

Queen Anne's Bounty, 34, 49, 58, 98

R.

R.A.F. station, see Chilmark

rabbit warrens, see warrens

racecourses, 40, 115

racehorse breeding, 14, 157; and see stud farms

racehorse training, 14, 232

racing stables, 24

railway stations, see Chicksgrove, Lower; Semley; Tisbury

railways, see Chilmark: R.A.F. sta.; locomotives, diesel; Salisbury & Yeovil; tramway

rake maker, 150

Ralf (fl. 1086), 62

Ralph, rector of Fifield Bavant and of Tadmarton, 65

Ramsbury:
-, Axford, q.v.
-, Littlecote, q.v.

Randall:
-, Geo., 41
-, Revd. Ric. (d. 1743), 110
-, Ric. (d. 1810), 110–11
-, Ric. (d. c. 1857), 110
-, Susannah, see Benett
-, Mrs., 41
-, fam., 110

ransom, 159, 213

Rawle:
-, A. H., 31
-, J. W. E., 31

Rawlins, John, see Fezzard

Raymond, J. G., 147

Rayner:
-, (or Webb), Margery, see Maunger
-, Thos., see Webb

Read:
-, Geo., 219
-, Wm., 219

reader (eccl.), 26

Reading, Thos., 224

reading rooms, see libraries

Rebbeck:
-, Hen., 32, 56
-, John (d. c. 1820), 32, 56
-, John, s. of John (d. c. 1820), 32, 56
-, John (? another, fl. 1885), 56

Rectory manor, see Alvediston: man.

Rectory manor, see Chalke, Broad: man.

Rectory manor, see Tisbury: man.

recusancy, see Alvediston; Ansty; Chalke, Broad; Chicklade; Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; Fonthill Gifford; Semley; Teffont Magna; Tisbury; Tollard Royal

red deer, see deer

Reddish:
-, Chris., 41
-, Edw., 41
-, Jas., 41
-, Wm. (d. c. 1590), 41
-, Wm. (fl. 1662), 41

Reddish House, see Chalke, Broad

Reddish's, see Chalke, Broad: man.

Redundant Churches Fund, 103–4

Reeve:
-, J. A., 137
-, Rob., 147

reeves and reevemen, 5, 174, 226, 238

Reformation Church Trust, 193

regicide, 160

reindeer, 21

Reinfrid, Turstin s. of, see Turstin

Reis, John, 63

religious orders, see Augustinians; Benedictines; Carthusians; Franciscans; Hospitallers; Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary; Jesuits; Sisters of Charity; Templars

restaurant, 82

return of writs, 4

Reynold (fl. c. 1130), 217

Richard III (Ric, duke of Gloucester), 110, 188

Richard (fl. before 1242–3), 22

Richard son of Richard, see Upton, Ric. of

Richmond, F. A. L., 217

rick burning, 151

rick ventilators, 236

Ridge, Jollan (Joedlan) of, 118

Ridge (in Chilmark), 89, 114–15, 117–19, 123
-, agric, 121
-, brickyard, 121
-, common pastures, 121
-, dom. archit., 117–18
-, farms, 120–1
-, (formerly Little Ridge), Fonthill Ho. (two of the name), 102, 115, 118–19, 160–1, 162, 165, 214, 228
-, inc., 121
-, pk., 121
-, place name, 115
-, prot. nonconf., 125
-, Ridge, Little, see Ridge: Fonthill Ho.
-, Ridge Hill, 114, 118, 121
-, streets, 117
-, woodland, 121–2

Ridge, Great (in Berwick St. Leonard and Chicklade), 89, 100, 105, 111

ridge ways, 3, 8, 17, 29, 37–8, 52–3, 60, 93, 115, 126, 140, 170, 177; and see roads

Ridout:
-, B., see Mells
-, C. S., 209
-, J. W., 209

Rigge:
-, Joan, m. 1 Rob. Greyndour, 2 Sir John Barre, 108, 112
-, Joan, m. John Pike, 108
-, John, 108
-, Marg., 108, 112
-, Thos., 108, 112, 119

Rimington, N. W., 161, 166, 175, 214

Ringwood (Hants), 9

riots, 99, 230

Ritualism, 35, 50, 136

River:
-, Alice, 108
-, Amice, 108
-, Denise, 108
-, Sir John (? two of the name), 108
-, Maud, 108

Rivers, Barons, 84; and see Pitt; Pitt-Rivers

rivers and streams, see Ansty: Ansty Water; Avon (Christchurch); Ebble; Nadder; Sem; Tarrant; Teff; Tisbury: Oddford brook

Rixen, Wm., 71

roads:
-, Amesbury—Mere, 115
-, Chilmark—Fovant, 197
-, East Knoyle to Tisbury, 197
-, Hindon—Tisbury, 157, 197
-, Hindon—Warminster, 105
-, London—Exeter, 91, 93, 100, 105–6, 115, 126, 140, 177
-, Marlborough—Shaftesbury, 157, 165
-, Ringwood—Shaftesbury, 81–2
-, Rom., 37, 67, 81, 91, 115, 138, 140
-, Salisbury to Blandford Forum, 29
-, Salisbury—Mere, 186
-, Salisbury—Shaftesbury, 3, 8, 17, 38, 53, 93, 126, 140, 177
-, Salisbury—Tisbury, 186
-, Salisbury—Warminster, 67
-, Semley–Tisbury, 197, 207
-, trunk, 105
-, turnpiked, 4, 8, 17, 38, 53, 67, 81, 93, 100, 105, 115, 126, 140, 157, 170, 177, 186
-, Warminster—Shaftesbury, 4, 105, 140, 170
-, Wilton—Mere, 100, 105–6, 115, 157
-, and see Herepath; Ox Drove; ridge ways

Robart, John, 97

robbers, 97

Robert (fl. 1086), 54

Robert son of Gerald, 54

Robert son of Peter, 215

Robson, W., 125

Roches:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wal. Beauchamp, 84, 87
-, Sir John, 84
-, Wm., w. of Sir John, 84, 87

Rochester, earl of, see Hyde

Rockley (in Ogbourne St. Andrew), 91

Roe:
-, Mr., 40
-, fam., 40

Rogate (Suss.), see Durford abbey

Roger son of Turstin, see Hazeldon

Rogers:
-, John (d. by 1829), 74
-, John (? same), 216, 240
-, John (d. 1844), 74
-, Thos., 110
-, Wm., 110

Rolfe, E. N., 222

Roman Catholicism, 1, 27, 78, 98–9, 136, 175, 184,207, 240, 246; and see Ansty; Berwick St. John; Charlton; Dinton; Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; Fonthill Gifford; St. Bartholomew's Hill; Semley; Swallowcliffe; Tisbury; Wardour

Romano-British settlement and remains, see Berwick St. John; Berwick St. Leonard; Chalke, Broad; Chilmark; Easton Bassett; Fifield Bavant; Teffont Evias; Tisbury

Rome, 223, 243

Romsey, Peter of, rector of Donhead St. Andrew, master of hosp. of St. Nic, Salisbury, 136

Rosewell, Thos., rector of Sutton Mandeville, 137, 224

Rosey, Walkelin de, 42

Rotherley Bottom, see Berwick St. John

Rotherley Down, see Easton Bassett

Rouen, Thos. de, rector of Semley, 77

Roughcombe:
-, John of, 213
-, Wal. of, 213

Roughcombe (in Tisbury), 197, 203, 208
-, agric, 228
-, common pasture, 228
-, cts., 238–9
-, cust. tenants, 228
-, farms, 214, 228
-, man., 204, 213–14, 227
-, mill, 204, 234
-, pk., 197, 213, 228, 239
-, settlement, 203–4
-, woodland, 228

Roumare:
-, Wm. de, ? earl of Cambridge, earl of Lincoln (d. 1155), 54
-, Wm. de, ? earl of Lincoln (d. 1198), 54

roundsman system, 25

Rowberry Cross, see Donhead St. Andrew

Rozo (fl. 1066), 83

Ruddlemoor, see Tisbury

Rugge, Rob., 56

Rumbold:
-, Sir Hen., Bt., 212
-, Sir (Horace) Ant., Bt., 71–3, 212

rural studies centre, 127, 138

Rushmore, Rob. of, 20

Rushmore, see Berwick St. John: man.

Rushmore House, see Berwick St. John

Rushmore House estate, 17, 24, 134

Rushmore Lodge, see Berwick St. John

Russ, Revd. John, 108, m–12

Russell, fam., 96

S.

Saffron, R. G., 203, 205, 209, 217

Sage:
-, Bertram, 73
-, Edm., 73
-, Jesse, 73
-, Kitty, m.—James, 73

Sainsbury, H. R. and S., Ltd., 234

St. Amand:
-, Baroness, see Beauchamp
-, Ld., see Beauchamp

St. Bartholomew's Hill (or Barker's Hill, in Donhead St. Andrew and Semley), 67, 126–7, 134
-, dom. archit., 69, 127
-, place name, 69, 127
-, prot. nonconf., 79
-, Rom. Catholicism, 78, 127, 137, 244

St. Cross, Martin of, curate, rector, or vicar of Gurston, 50

St. Ivel Ltd., 76

St. Martin:
-, Godfrey de, 43, 220
-, Joan de, w. of Jordan, m. 2 — Neville, 43
-, Jordan de, 43, 220
-, Laur. de (d. 1318), 43, 220
-, Laur. de (d. 1385), 43, 220
-, Reynold de, 43, 220
-, Sibyl de, w. of Laur. (d. 1318), m. 2 John Scures, 220
-, Wm. de, 43, 220

St. Martin's in the Fields (in Westminster):
-, vicarage, 241
-, vicars, see Foger; Jakes; Sangar

Sale, Wal. de la, and his w. Denise, 210

Saleman, see Solyman

Salisbury:
-, Edw. of, 83, 106, 181, 208 n, 225
-, Maud of, m. Humph, de Bohun (fl. early 12th cent.), 181
-, Patrick of, earl of Salisbury, 83, 106
-, Wal. of, 83, 106
-, Wm. of, earl of Salisbury, 106

Salisbury:
-, earldom, 188
-, earls of, 83, 106; and see Cecil; Longespée; Montagu; Neville; Pole; Salisbury

Salisbury, 154, 193, 243
-, archdeacon, 223; and see Priaulx, John
-, as address, 79
-, bell foundry, 125
-, bps., 15, 34, 49–50, 58–9, 64–5, 77, 98, 104, 113, 166, 175, 183, 193, 223, 240–1; and see Barrington; Beauchamp, Ric; Poore; Scammell, Wal.
-, cath. ch., 41, 122–3
-,-, canons, 12; and see Adams, Rice; Bowles, Wm. (d. 1788); Brown, Rob.; Dansey; Netheravon; Still, John; Stratford; Thornborough
-,-, chant., 210
-,-, chapter clerk, 77
-,-, dean and chapter, 63, 87, 223–4
-,-, deanery, 183
-,-, deans, 183, 210; and see Kymer
-,-, Old Salisbury, 122
-,-, prebendary, 152
-,-, prebends, 152; of Heytesbury, 183; of Swallowcliffe, 183
-,-, succentor, 55, 57–8
-,-, treasurer, 210
-, ch. of St. Edm., rector of, see Strickland
-, diocese:
-,-, chancellor, 242
-,-, officials, 26
-,-, patronage board, 25, 113, 135
-, hosp. of St. Nic, 42–3, 96
-,-, master of, see Romsey
-, Post Office, 123

Salisbury district, 14, 25, 34, 49, 58, 64, 76, 86, 98, 103, 112, 123, 134, 151, 166, 175, 183, 192, 239

Salisbury Plain, 114

Salisbury, Semley, and Gillingham Dairies Co. Ltd., 76, 237; and see Semley and Gillingham Dairies

Salisbury & Yeovil Railway, 4, 67, 69, 186, 197

Salt:
-, Geo., 240
-, John, 240
-, Wm., 240

Samways:
-, John, 11
-, Rob., 11

Sanders, E. M., 72

Sanderson, M., 133

Sandroyd School, see Berwick St. John

Sandys, Hen., 25

Sangar, Gabriel, rector of Chilmark, vicar of St. Martin's in the Fields, 124

Satterley, Chas. 209

Savage:
-, Alice, 87
-, Eleanor, see Govis
-, John (d. 1410), 83
-, John (d. 1500), 83
-, Rob., 83, 87
-, Wm., 83

Savernake forest, keeper of, 50

sawmills, 97, 166, 208, 235

Scammell:
-, Jane, 224
-, John, 224
-, Phil., 56
-, Ric, and his w. Alice, 56
-, Sam., 150
-, Thos., 27
-, Wal., bp. of Salisbury, 56
-, Wal. (another, fl. before 1324), 56
-, Wal. (another, fl. 1379), 56
-, —(seven of the name), 234

schools:
-, board, 154–5
-, boarding, 167, 169, 246
-, British, 79, 155, 246
-, charity, 138, 154
-, dame, 79, 169, 246
-, middle, 246
-, National, 16, 35, 51, 59, 79, 88, 125, 138, 154–5, 169, 185, 194, 245–7
-, night, 125, 185, 247
-, private, 20, 27, 52, 79, 138, 145, 154–5, 247
-, secondary, 246
-, and see rural studies centre

Scoles, Revd. A. J., 244

scot, 150

Scott:
-, G. G., 184
-, H. H., 43

scrapyard, 76

Scudamore:
-, Alice, m. Adam Bavant, 9, 63, 217
-, Godfrey, 42, 62–3, 217
-, Peter (fl. 1216), 62
-, Peter (another, d. by 1293), 9, 42, 63–4, 217

Scures:
-, John, 220
-, Sibyl, see St. Martin

scutage, 95

Seagram:
-, J. H. S., 219
-, T. O., 219

Secretary of State for Air, 119, 189

Sedgehill, 1, 66, 89, 103–4, 169–76, 171, 195, 225
-, adv., 103, 175
-, agric, 169, 174
-, boundaries, 66, 169
-, the Castle, 169, 172
-, chaplains, 104, 175–6; and see Swaine
-, char., 176
-, ch., 77, 103–4, 169–70, 175–6
-, common pastures, 169, 174–5
-, cts., 174–5
-, cust. tenants, 174–5
-, dom. archit., 170, 172–3
-, farms, 169–74
-, Hays (ho.), 170, 173
-, Huggler's Hole, see Semley
-, inc., 169–70, 174
-, man., 66, 74, 170–4, 208
-,-, Berrybrook, 172, 174
-,-, Butterstakes, 172, 174
-,-, Church farm, 173–4
-,-, East Hayes Ho., 171–2, 174
-,-, Hays farm, 173–4
-,-, Pitts farm, 173–4
-,-, Sweetwell, Higher, 172–4
-,-, Sweetwell, Lower, 172, 174
-,-, Whitemarsh, 172, 174
-,-, Woodhouse farm, 173–4
-, par. officers, 175–6
-, pk., 169, 173
-, ponds, 169, 171
-, poor relief, 169, 175
-, pop., 170
-, prot. nonconf., 105, 176
-, rectors, 103, 175
-, rectory ho., 170, 175
-, roads, 170
-, sch., 176
-, tithes, 104, 175
-, vestry meetings, 175
-, vicarage, 77, 175
-, vicarage ho., 170, 175
-, vicars, 104, 175
-, woodland, 174

Segrave:
-, Eliz. de, m. John de Mowbray, Ld. Mowbray, 210
-, John de, Ld. Segrave (d. 1325), and his w. Christine, 210
-, John de, Ld. Segrave (d. 1353), 210
-, Steph. de, Ld. Segrave, and his w. Alice, 210

Sem, riv., 66, 196–7, 211

Sem Hill, see Semley

Semley:
-, Anstice, see Berenger
-, Thos., 54

Semley, 3–4, 66–79, 68, 89, 157, 176, 211, 244 n
-, adv., 77, 175
-, agric, 74–6
-, as address, 78
-, Barker's Hill, see St. Bartholomew's Hill
-, boundaries, 66, 126, 140, 148
-, bridges, 67, 69, 76
-, char., 79
-, ch., 67, 77–8, 177
-, Church Farm, 67, 73
-, Church Green, 66–7, 76
-, common pastures, 1, 4, 66–7, 74–6, 126, 134; and see Semley: Church Green
-, cts., 74–6
-, curate, 77
-, cust. tenants, 74–5
-, dom. archit., 67, 69–70, 73, 77
-, farms, 70–7, 217, 230
-, glebe, 75, 77
-, Gutch Common, q.v.
-, Hook Manor, 33, 69–70
-, hotel, 69
-, Huggler's Hole, 67
-,-, dom. archit., 69
-,-, prot. nonconf., 79
-, inc., 75
-, ind., 76
-, inns, 67, 69, 79
-, man., 70–5, 77, 140; and see Semley: Hook Manor
-,-, Ansells and Oysters, 73–5
-,-, Callis, 74–5
-,-, Chaldicotts, 72–3, 75
-,-, Church Green, 73; and see Semley: Church Farm
-,-, Knipes, 71
-,-, the Marshes, 71
-,-, Northouse, 71–2, 75
-,-, Whitebridge, 74–5
-, milk and cheese factory, 76
-, milk depot, 69, 76
-, pk., 67
-, place name, 66
-, ponds, 66
-, poor relief, 76
-, poorho., 79
-, pop., 77
-, prehist. rem., 67
-, prot. nonconf., 27, 67, 69, 78–9
-, rly. sta., 4, 67, 69
-, rectors, 77–9, 135, 152; and see Foulkes; Gregory; Haysome; Leigh, Hen.; Rouen; Toogood; Wetherby; Willoughby, Edw.; Wotton; Wrenche
-, rectory, 74, 77, 175
-, rectory ho., 67, 77
-, recusancy, 70, 73, 78
-, roads, 67, 69
-, Rom. Catholicism, 78
-, sch., 67, 79, 138, 176
-, Sem Hill, 67, 69
-, tithes, 77
-, trades, 76
-, village, 67
-, woodland, 66, 75
-, workho., 69, 76

Semley and Gillingham Dairies, 76; and see Salisbury, Semley, and Gillingham Dairies Co. Ltd.

Senior:
-, Thos., 72
-, Wm., 72

serjeanty, 208

settlement, see under places and (for cross references) Anglo-Saxon settlement and remains; prehistoric settlement and remains; Romano-British settlement and remains

Sewale:
-, Cecily, 43
-, Wm., 43

Sexton:
-, C. J., 218
-, fam., 218

Seymour:
-, Alf., 108–9
-, Edw., duke of Somerset, 210
-, Evelyn, duke of Somerset, 110
-, Hen., 109

Shaftesbury:
-, earldom, 20
-, earls of, see Cooper

Shaftesbury (Dors.), 103, 197, 246
-, abbey, 1, 10, 25, 66, 74, 89, 91–2, 101–3, 106, 128–9, 131–5, 137–8, 140, 143, 145–8, 150–2, 169–71, 174–5, 195, 198, 208–9, 212–13, 215, 217–20, 223–6, 234, 238–41
-,-, abbess, see Eulalia
-,-, barton, 146, 152
-,-, chant., 147
-,-, cts., 174
-,-, deacon, 223
-,-, sacrist, 224
-, almsho., 215
-, as address, 176, 241
-, par. of St. Jas.: chant, (of St. Anne de la Gore), 147
-, parl. rep., 146

Shallcross:
-, J. K., 209, 218
-, Revd. M. A., 209, 218

Sharp, fam., 133

Shaw-Stewart:
-, M. S., 166, 175
-, Mary, 71, 73, 161, 166, 175, 214
-, Sir Mic, Bt., 71, 161, 173, 214
-, Octavia, see Grosvenor
-, Wal., 71, 74, in, 161, 166, 173, 175, 214
-, fam., 168, 209

sheep, see Hampshire Down; Southdown; Suffolk

Shelley:
-, Sir Chas., Bt., 131
-, John (d. 1550), 131
-, John (d. 1592), 131
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1641), 131
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1703), 131
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1771), 131
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1783), 131
-, Sir Wm., 23, 131
-, fam., 23

Sherborne (Dors.), abbey, 25

Sherwood, J. P., 71

shire and hundred, see pleas of shire and hundred

Shirley, fam., 72

shirting, 248

shoemakers, shoemaking, and shoe selling, 91, 150, 236; and see cordwainer

Shorland, J. H., 180, 182

Short, Rob., 32

Shrewsbury:
-, earldom, 44
-, earls of, see Talbot

Shrewton:
-, John of, 217
-, Wal. of, and his w. Agnes, 217

Sidford:
-, F. G., 214–15
-, Geo., 40
-, P. J., 214
-, V. E., 214
-, fam., 215

sieges, 207

simony, 123

Simpson, Luke (three of the name), rectors of Chicklade, 113

Sims:
-, T. H., 9
-, Thos., 9

Sims & Son, 9

Sisters of Charity (of St. Vincent de Paul), convent, 244

Skinner:
-, Grace, m. Geo. Duckett, 56
-, Thos., 56

skinner, 236

skittles, 184

Sloper, John, vicar of Broad Chalke with Bower Chalke and Alvediston, 15, 34, 50

smallholdings, see allotments and smallholdings

Smith, Thos., 166

smocks, 247

Smythson, Rob., 95

Snell:
-, John,210
-, Nic, 210
-, Ric, 210

Snellgrove:
-, Cath., 133
-, Job, 133

Snook, J., 72

Soane, Sir John, 162, 223

societies:
-, co-operative, 50
-, friendly, 248; and see Donhead St.
-,-, Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; Swallowcliffe
-, see also club

Society of Jesus, see Jesuits

Solyman (or Saleman):
-, John,20
-, Rob. (two of the name), 20

Somerset:
-, Avice, see Stanley
-, Edm., 216

Somerset, dukes of, see Seymour

Somerset, see Bath; Broomfield; Chard; Farleigh Hungerford; Glastonbury; Standerwick; Witham

Soppitt, Jas., 241, 246

South:
-, Compton, rector of Berwick St. John, 26–7, 137, 154
-, Edw., 180–1, 220
-, Eliz., ? w. of Giles, m. 2 Edw. Codrington, 180
-, Geo., 144
-, Giles, 180
-, Mary, see Coghill
-, Thos. (fl. 1567), 180–1, 220
-, Thos. (another, d. 1606), 180–1, 220
-, Thos. (fl. 1796), 240
-, Wal., 180, 220
-, Wm. (d. before 1567), 180
-, Wm. (d. 1675), 180, 220
-, fam., 180–1

Southdown sheep, 120

Southern Counties Agricultural Trading Society Ltd., 76, 237

Special Landscape Area, 1; and see Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; areas of special scientific interest; conservation areas; nature reserve

Spencer, Jos. Frowd, 158

Spier, John, 224

Spilleman, Peter, 42

sports and games, see bird shooting; bowls; bull baiting; cricket; deer hunting; fishing; golf; hawking; hunting; skittles; squash; swimming; tennis

Spring Head, see Teffont Magna

squash, 205

Stafford:
-, Avice, m. Jas. Ormond or Botiller, earl of Ormond, 221
-, Humph., earl of Stafford, 83
-, Isabel, see Baynton
-, Marg. de, ctss. of Stafford, see Audley
-, Ralph de, earl of Stafford, 83
-, Thos., 84, 87

Stafford, earls of, 83

Stancomb, A. J. W., 126, 130, 144

Standerwick (Som.), as address, 108

Stanford, Ellen, m. 1 Vere Fane (later Fane-Benett-Stanford), 2 Chas. Thomas (later Sir Chas. Thomas-Stanford, Bt.), 70, 211

Stanley:
-, Avice, m. Edm. Somerset, 216
-, Cath., m. John Young (fl. earlier 16th cent.), 216
-, Christine, 216
-, Fabian, m. John Alye, 216
-, Hen., 216
-, Hen. (another), and his w. Joan, 216
-, John, 216
-, Marg., w. of Wal. (d. c. 1518), m. 2 John Wynne, 216
-, Rob., 216
-, Thos., 215
-, Wal. (fl. 1303), and his w. Joan, 215
-, Wal. (d. c. 1518), 216
-, fam., 215–16

Stanton St. Bernard, vicar of, see Crapon

Stantor:
-, Alex., 118
-, Anstice, 118
-, Anstice, w. of Wm., see Bodenham
-, Isabel, see Vernon
-, Joan, see Berenger
-, Peter (d. 1415), 54, 118
-, Peter (fl. early 16th cent.), 118
-, Rog., 118
-, Thos., 118
-, Wm., 118
-, fam., 118

Staunton:
-, Rob. de, 94
-, Rog. de, 94
-, Wm. de, 94
-, fam., 94

Stayner, John, and his w. Joan, 63

steam power, 234

Steeple Langford, see Bathampton

Stevens-Moore, J., 71

Stewart:
-, S. C, 56
-, Maj.—, 56

Stiles, M., 173

Still:
-, (later Fisher-Rowe), Mrs. J. A. E., 95
-, John, rector of Chicklade and of Fonthill Gifford, vicar of Inglesham, canon of Salisbury, 113, 168
-, fam., 172

Stoford:
-, Ralph of, 218
-, Rob. of, 96
-, Rog. of, 218

Stoford, see Chicksgrove, Upper; Tisbury

Stoke Farthing (in Broad Chalke), 3, 37–8, 40, 44, 48–9
-, agric, 47–8
-, boundaries, 37, 49
-, chap., 50
-, cts., 49
-, cust. tenants, 47, 49
-, dom. archit., 40
-, farms, 44, 47–9
-, inc., 48
-, man., 40, 43–4, 47, 49
-, mill, 48
-, place name, 40
-, pop., 40
-, prot. nonconf., 51
-, settlement, 40

Stokes, R., 222

stone:
-, Bath, 193, 244
-, Chilmark, 115, 122–3, 191
-, freestone, 235
-, greensand, 1, 91
-, limestone, 157, 242
-, Portland, 1, 91, 122, 186, 191, 196, 235
-, Tisbury, 235, 244

stone mining and quarrying, 1, 91, 114–15, 122–3, 165, 186, 191–2, 196, 235–6

stone quarries, see Bridzor; Chicksgrove, Lower; Chicksgrove, Upper; Chilmark; Fonthill Gifford; Hatch, E.; Hazeldon; Knoyle, E.; Linley; Newtown; Nippred; Pythouse; Teffont Evias; Tisbury; Tisbury: Oakley; Tuckingmill

stonecutters, 122, 235

Stonehenge (in Amesbury), 122

stonemasons, 112, 122, 150

Stop, see Fonthill Gifford

Stopford, W. M., 171

Stourhead (in Stourton), 122

Stourton:
-, Cath., see Berkeley
-, John, Ld. Stourton, 172
-, Wm., 56

Stowford hundred, see Chalke hundred

Stradlyng:
-, Edm., 9
-, John, 10
-, fam., 9

Stratford, John of, rector of Chilmark, canon of Salisbury, 124

Stratford Tony, ch., 15

Street:
-, Jas., 214, 230
-, Maur., 214

Strickland, John, rector of ch. of St. Edm., Salisbury, 244

Strode:
-, John, 211
-, Marg., see Parker

Strugge:
-, John, 110
-, Wm., 110

stud farms, 76, 86; and see racehorse breeding

Stumpe:
-, Isabel, see Baynton
-, Sir Jas., 84

Styring, F. H. S., 237

Sudeley, Baron, see Boteler

Suffolk, see Newmarket

Suffolk sheep, 232

surgeons, parish, 134, 151

Surrey, earl of, see Howard

Surrey:
-, archdeacon, of, see Butler, John archdeaconry, 65

Surrey Farm Dairy Co., 237

Sussex, see Durford abbey; Wiston

Sutton, E. H. H., 172

Sutton Mandeville, 185, 196, 206–7, 239
-, adv., 193
-, ch., 192
-, cts., 183
-, farms, 182, 219
-, rector, 184; and see Rosewell
-, Sutton Row, 197, 207

Sutton Veny, rectory, 59

Swaddon, Hen., curate of Ebbesborne Wake, 59

Swaine, Geo., chaplain of Sedgehill, 176

Swallowcliffe:
-, John of, 220
-, Ranulf of, 183
-, Theobald of, 183

Swallowcliffe, 89, 92, 96, 177–85, 178
-, adv., 98, 240
-, agric, 177, 181–2
-, almshos., 185
-, boundaries, 177
-, canonry, 181; and see Salisbury: cath. ch., prebends; Swallowcliffe: prebendaries
-, chant., 96, 181, 184
-, chaplains, 183–4
-, char., 100, 182, 185
-, Choulden Hill, q.v.
-, ch., 123, 177, 179, 181, 183–4, 240, 242
-, common pastures, 177, 181–2, 185
-, cts., 183
-, curates, 59, 183–5; and see Easton; Marshall
-, cust. tenants, 181, 183
-, dom. archit., 177, 179–80, 182–4
-, fair, 183
-, farms, 180–2
-, friendly society, 179
-, glebe, 181, 183
-, inc., 182, 185
-, inns, 179, 182
-, man., 89, 98, 179–82, 213, 220
-, mkt., 183
-, mill, 179, 182–3, 185
-, place name, 177
-, ponds, 177
-, poor relief, 183
-, pop., 177
-, prebendaries, 181, 183–4; and see Easton; Waterman
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 91, 177
-, prot. nonconf., 185
-, roads, 177
-, Rom. Catholicism, 184
-, sch., 100, 179, 185
-, streets, 179
-, Swallowcliffe Down, 177, 181–2
-, tithes, 181, 183
-, vicarage, 98, 183
-, vicarage ho., 179, 184
-, vicars, 98–9, 183–5
-, village, 177, 179
-, woodland, 177, 182

Swanlond:
-, Eleanor, see Govis
-, Thos., 83, 87

swans, 165

Sweatman:
-, John, 218
-, W. J., 218

Sweetwell, Higher and Lower, see Sedgehill: man.

swimming, 205

sycamore, 33, 46

Sykes:
-, A. F. S., 11
-, T., 11

T.

Tabernacle church, see Trowbridge

Tadmarton (Oxon.), rector of, see Ralph

tailors, 99, 150

Talbot:
-, Francis, earl of Shrewsbury', 44
-, Geo., earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1538), 44
-, Geo., earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1590), 44
-, Gilb., earl of Shrewsbury, 44
-, John, earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1453), 44
-, John, earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1460), 44
-, John, earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1473), and his w. Cath., 44
-, R. J. A., see Arundell
-, Thomasine, see Furnivalle

tanners, tannery, tanyards, 97, 165, 179, 182, 236

Targett, John, 32

Tarrant, John of, rector of Berwick St. John, 26

Tarrant, riv., 16

Tarrant Gunville (Dors.), ch., 87

Tatchell, Wm., 144

Tate, N., 137

Tatum, John, 146

Taunton, Wm., 31, 41

Teff, riv., 185–6

Teffont (parish), 185, 192
-, place name, 185

Teffont estate (c. 1084), 89

Teffont Evias, 1, 89, 91–2, 115, 185– 95, 187
-, adv., 192–3
-, agric, 186, 189–91
-, almshos., 187, 192, 195
-, boundaries, 185, 191
-, bridges, 186
-, char., 194–5
-, ch., 186, 192–4, 194
-, common meadow, 190
-, common pastures, 186, 190, 192
-, cts., 192
-, curates, 193
-, cust. tenants, 189–90, 192
-, dom. archit., 186–7, 189, 191, 193, 195
-, farms, 189–91, 193
-, glebe, 190, 193
-, inc., 190
-, man., 62, 185, 187–92, 218–19, 236, 246
-, mills, 187, 190–1
-, pk., 187, 190–1
-, place name, 185
-, ponds, 186
-, poor relief, 192
-, pop., 186
-, prehist. settlement, 186
-, prot. nonconf., 194
-, rectors, 190, 192–4; and see Andrews, W. R.; Bedwell; Ley, Jas.; Mills; Phipp, John; Ward; Waterman
-, rectory, 192–4
-, rectory ho., 186, 193
-, roads, 186
-, Romano-Brit, settlement and rem., 186
-, sch., 187, 194
-, stone quarries, 122–3, 186, 189, 191–2, 206, 236
-, streets, 186, 192
-, Teffont Manor, 145, 186–7, 189
-, tithes, 192–3
-, village, 185–7
-, woodland, 186, 191

Teffont Magna (in Dinton), 115, 185
-, adv., 193
-, benefice, 192
-, recusancy, 194
-, sch., 194
-, Spring Head, 185
-, street, 186
-, village, 185

Teffont Manor, see Teffont Evias

telescopic rakes, 236

telescopic spring cultivators, 236

Templars (knights of the Temple), 42

Tennant, V., 147

tennis, 205

tenures (less common), see 'bower hold'; fee farm; serjeanty; 'wetherboodehold'

textile industry, see cloth mill; clothmaking, cloth tailoring and working; kerseymere manufacture; Tisbury: cloth factory; woollen cloth manufacture

textiles, see calico; canvas; shirting

Teyes, Baroness, see Berkeley

Thatcher Bros., 189

theatres, 82, 207

thegns, 83

thieves, escape of, 92

Thomas (fl. earlier 12th cent.), 129, 145

Thomas:
-, (later Thomas-Stanford), Sir Chas., Bt., 70, 211
-, Ellen, see Stanford
-, Ric. (fl. earlier 17th cent.), 73
-, Ric. (? same), 175
-, Wm., vicar of Tisbury, 135, 240
-, Mr., 9

Thornborough, John, rector of Chilmark, canon of Salisbury, bp. of Limerick, bp. of Bristol, bp. of Worcester, 124

Thorne:
-, Phil., 31
-, Wm., rector of Tollard Royal, regius professor of Hebrew in Oxford university, 88

Thorpe:
-, John, 223
-, Sir Wm. de, 63, 65
-, Wm. (? same), 9, 63

threshing machines, 230

Thynne:
-, Hen., marquess of Bath, 58, 65, 113
-, Sir Jas., 42, 63
-, Sir John (fl. 1572), and his w. Dorothy, 73
-, John, marquess of Bath (d. 1896), 42, 65, 113
-, Thos. (d. 1682), 42, 63
-, Thos. (d. 1714), Vct. Weymouth, 42, 63, 65
-, Thos., marquess of Bath (d. 1837), 112–13
-, Thos., marquess of Bath (d. 1946), 58, 63, 65, 113
-, fam., 10, 65

tilemakers and tilemaking, 121, 133

Tilshead:
-, John of, 118
-, Rob. of, 118
-, Thos., 118
-, Wm. of (fl. 1317), 32
-, Wm. of (? same, fl. 1325), 118, 122
-, Wm. of, s. of Wm. (fl. 1325), 118
-, fam., 118

Tilshead's, see Chalke, Bower: man.

Tisbury, 1, 78, 89, 91, 93, 97, 114–15, 140, 155, 159–61, 165, 195–248, 200–1
-, abbey, 195, 198, 208, 239
-, adv., 239–40
-, agric, 97, 103, 164, 196, 198, 224–34, 238
-, Apshill, q.v.
-, as address, 162, 223, 243
-, Ashfold, 203, 209
-,-, man., 208, 220, 227–8
-,-, settlement, 203
-, assembly rooms, 237
-, Billhay, q.v.
-, boundaries, 114, 126, 195–7
-, brewery, 199, 234, 237
-, bridges, 202
-, Bridzor, q.v.
-, Castle Ditches (Oakley castle), 196–7, 225–7
-, cemetery, 208, 244
-, chant., 224, 241
-,-, adv., 241
-,-, chant, ho., 241
-,-, chaplains, 240–1; and see Cassemore; Foger; Jakes
-,-, glebe, 241
-,-, tithes, 241
-, char., 79, 147, 242, 245–8
-, Chicksgrove, q.v.
-, Chicksgrove, Lower, q.v.
-, Chicksgrove, Upper, q.v.
-, ch., 123, 176, 195, 198, 223, 237, 239–43, 245
-, ch. ho., 91, 199, 236
-, civil par., 195—6, 239
-,-, pop., 198; and see Tisbury, East; Tisbury, West; Wardour: civil par.
-, cloth factory, 203, 236
-, common meadows, 225, 227, 229, 232
-, common pastures, 196, 205, 225– 30, 232–4, 238–9
-, cts., 174–5, 198, 225–6, 234, 237–8; and see Tisbury: man. (Rectory)
-, curates, 241–2; and see Hutchinson, C. A.
-, cust. tenants, 198, 225–6, 228, 234, 238
-, dom. archit., 163, 198–9, 202–8, 211, 228, 234, 236
-, farms, 121, 129, 133, 203, 206, 209, 211, 214–22, 225–33, 247
-, Fernhill, q.v.
-, fire sta., 202
-, Hatch, East, q.v.
-, Hatch, West, q.v.
-, Hatch tithing, 89, 92, 198, 237, 239, 245, 247
-, Hazeldon, q.v.
-, health clinic, 202
-, inc., 196, 225, 227, 230, 232, 238
-, Independent chap., 113
-, ind., 236–7
-, inns, 199, 202
-, Kinghay, q.v.
-, Lady Down, 196, 227, 235
-, lakes, 214, 228
-, laundry, 237
-, Linley, q.v.
-, man., 89, 103, 159, 198–9, 208–28, 230–6, 240–1
-,-, Priors farm, 217, 229–30
-,-, Rectory, 223–5, 228, 235; cts., 238, 240–1
-, milk depots, 237
-, mills, 165, 199, 225, 234–5, 238
-, New Town, q.v.
-, Nippred, q.v.
-, Oakley, q.v.
-, Oakley castle, see Tisbury: Castle Ditches
-, Oddford brook, 196–7, 204–5, 234, 236
-, Old Street, 197, 205
-, par. nurse, 248
-, par. officers, 239
-, pks., 67, 196–7, 213–14, 225, 227–8
-, Place Farm, 1, 198–9, 209, 226
-,-, barn, 97
-,-, chap., 198
-,-, gateho., 209
-, place name, 197
-, police sta., 202
-, ponds, 198
-, poor-law union, 14, 25, 76, 86, 98, 103, 112, 123, 134, 151, 166, 183, 192, 239
-,-, workho., 198–9, 202, 237, 239; sch., 246; and see Tisbury: workho.
-, poor relief, 134, 151, 239
-, pop., 198
-, prehist. rem., 91, 197; and see Tisbury: Castle Ditches
-, prot. nonconf., 99, 125, 154, 199, 202, 242, 244–5; and see Tisbury: Independent chap. and Zion Hill chap.
-, Pythouse, q.v.
-, the Quarry, 199, 245
-, rly. sta., 197, 235–7
-, rectors, 239–41; and see Holand; March
-, recusancy, 240, 243
-, roads, 196–7, 237–8
-, Rom. Catholicism, 99, 202, 242–4, 246
-, Romano-Brit, rem., 197
-, Roughcombe, q.v.
-, Ruddlemoor, 214, 227–8
-, schs., 100, 169, 185, 202, 242, 245–8
-, sessions hall, 202
-, sewage works, 202
-, Staple tithing, 89, 91, 237, 239, 247–8
-, Stoford, 217; and see Chicksgrove, Upper
-, stone quarries, 112, 122, 165, 219, 235–6
-, streams, 196–7; and see Tisbury: Oddford brook
-, streets, 196, 199, 202
-,-, Church St., 199, 202, 234, 239
-,-, Court St., 199, 202, 209, 227
-,-, Cuff's Lane, 199, 202, 245
-,-, Duck St., 199, 237
-,-, High St., 198–9, 202, 228, 236, 244–6
-,-, Hindon Lane, 199, 202, 209, 227, 235, 246
-,-, Vicarage Rd., 199, 241
-, tannery, 236
-, Tisbury, East, q.v.
-, Tisbury, West, q.v.
-, Tisbury club, 203
-, tithes, 195, 198, 203, 223–4, 231, 239–41
-, tithings, 89, 237, 239, 247–8
-, Totterdale, 197, 203, 226
-,-, man., 208–9, 220, 225–7
-, trades, 236–7
-, Tuckingmill, q.v.
-, vicarage, 98, 183, 240–1, 243
-, vicarage ho., 202, 241–2
-, vicars, 98, 135, 203, 240–2, 245; and see Barnes, John; Bowles, John; Fezzard, John; Hooke; Hutchinson, C. A., F. E.; Jay, Wm.; Marchant,— Northey; Prevost; Thomas, Wm.; Watson; Webber
-, village, 91, 195–6, 198–9, 202, 225–7, 234, 237, 245–6, 248
-, Wallmead, 197, 199, 203
-, Walton, 199
-, Wardour, q.v.
-, waterworks, 202
-, Wick, q.v.
-, woodland, 165, 196, 203, 208–9, 214, 219–21, 224–33, 241
-, workho., 199, 237, 239; and see Tisbury: poor–law union
-, Zion Hill chap., 112, 245

Tisbury, East, 93, 114, 122, 195–6, 198, 239
-, boundaries, 196
-, char., 248
-, par. council, 247–8
-, pop., 198
-, prot. nonconf., 245

Tisbury, West, 195–6, 198, 205, 239
-, boundaries, 196
-, char., 248
-, iron foundry, 236
-, par. council, 247–8
-, pop., 198

Tisbury benefice, 98, 123, 183, 240
-, patronage board, 124, 240
-, rectors, 183, 242
-, rectory ho., 241
-, vicar, 123

Tisbury Brewery Co., 237

Tisbury Electricity Supply Co. Ltd., 234

Tisbury estate, 101, 106, 169–70, 195, 208, 214, 224, 234, 239

Tisbury Printing Works Ltd., 237

tithe barn, 124

Titherley, Rob., 110

tithing penny, 4, 91

Toli (fl. 1066), 83

Tollard Farnham (Dors., in Tollard Royal), 3, 79–8o, 86
-, cts., 86
-, dom. archit., 81
-, place name, 81
-, poor relief, 79

Tollard Govis, see Tollard Royal: man.

Tollard Green, see Tollard Royal

Tollard Lucy, see Tollard Royal: man.

Tollard Royal, 3–5, 24, 79–88, 80, 145, 149
-, adv., 86–7
-, agric, 81, 85–6
-, Berwick Down, 81–2, 85
-, boundaries, 81, 140
-, Bugden Bottom, q.v.
-, ch., 82, 86–8
-, common pastures, 85–6
-, cts., 81–2, 86
-, cust. tenants, 85
-, dom. archit., 82, 84–5, 87–8
-, farms, 84–6
-, glebe, 85, 87
-, inc., 81, 85–6
-, inn, 82
-, King John's Ho., 33, 82–5
-, Larmer Grounds, 21, 81–2, 86, 113
-,-, theatre, 17
-, Larmer tree, 82
-, man., 4, 79, 81, 83–7
-,-, Tollard Govis, 83–4, 86–7
-,-, Tollard Lucy, 83–7
-, mill, 86
-, pk., 81, 86
-, place name, 79, 81
-, ponds, 81–2
-, poor relief, 81, 86
-, pop., 82
-, prehist. settlement and rem., 82
-, prot. nonconf., 82, 88
-, rectors, 79, 86–8; and see Coombe; Dene; Frome; Thorne, Wm.
-, rectory, 86
-, rectory ho., 82, 87
-, recusancy, 87–8
-, roads, 81–2
-, sch., 82, 88
-, street, 82, 85
-, tithes, 79, 87
-, Tollard Farnham (Dors.), q.v.
-, Tollard Green, 82, 85
-, village, 79, 81–2, 86
-, woodland, 81, 85–6

Toogood, Mat., rector of Semley, 77–9

Toope:
-, Rob., 109
-, Wm., 109

Toppe:
-, Francis, 24
-, Rob. (fl. 1549), 23
-, Rob. (fl. 1613), 24
-, Thos., 24

Torrens, fam., 55

Tosier:
-, Clement, 51
-, Wm., 88

Totterdale, John of, 220

Totterdale, see Tisbury

tourns, see Wiltshire: sheriffs

Tower, Chas., rector of Chilmark, 124–5

trades and industries, see agricultural machinery manufacture; animal feedstuff manufacture and marketing; bacon curing; basket making; bell founding; brewing; brickmaking; car breaking; carpet making; chalk quarrying; clockmaking; dairy industry (for cross references); edge tool grinding and manufacture; egg storage; farm machinery, repairing and storing of; fertilizer selling; forestry (commercial); fulling; glovemaking; laundering; leather trades; lime making; malting; model buildings, manufacture of parts for; pet food preparation; pig breeding and rearing; printting; publishing; shoemaking and shoe selling; stone mining and quarrying; textile industry (for cross references) tilemaking; trout farming; watchmaking

tramway, 192

trees (less common), see conifers; Douglas fir; Norway spruce; sycamore; Tollard Royal: Larmer tree; Wellingtonias

Tregonwell, John, 123

Tregoze:
-, John, 62, 188
-, Rob. (d. c. 1214), 187
-, Rob. (d. 1265), 187
-, Sibyl, m. Wm. de Grandison, 62, 188
-, Sibyl, w. of Rob. (d. c. 1214), see Ewyas
-, fam., 62

Trenchard:
-, Avice, see Lynde
-, Sir Thos., 55

trespass, 7, 174

Trevor, Thos., Baron Trevor, 74

Trezevant, Eliz., 161

Trim, Rob., 150

Trimenell, John, and his w. Ellen, 210

Triqueti, Baron Henri de, 194

Tropenell:
-, Chris., 109–10
-, Eleanor, m. And. Blackman, 109, 113
-, Giles, 109
-, Thos. (d. 1487), 109–10, 113
-, Thos. (d. 1547), 109

Troup, A. G., 43

trout farming, 33, 47

Trow:
-, Alex, of, 10
-, Geof. of (two of the name), 10
-, Joan of, 71
-, John of, 11
-, Ric. of (fl. 1338), 10
-, Ric. of (? same), 71
-, Rog. of, 22
-, Thos. of, 10

Trow, see Alvediston: man.

Trow Crawley, see Alvediston: man.

Trow Down, see Alvediston

Trowbridge:
-, as address, 234
-, Tabernacle ch., 59, 244

Troyte-Bullock, E. G., 173

Trussell:
-, Anne, 84
-, Edw., 84

Tuchet:
-, Christine, m. Sir Hen. Mervyn, 160, 180
-, Jas., Baron Audley, earl of Castle-haven, 160
-, Mervyn, earl of Castlehaven, 74, 160, 168, 214

Tuckingmill (in Tisbury), 197, 236
-, dom. archit., 205
-, mill, 236
-, place name, 236
-, prot. nonconf., 205, 245
-, stone quarry, 235

Turbar (fl. c. 1130), 212–13

Turbert (fl. c. 1120), 212

Turberville, Wal. de, 94–5, 98

Turgar (fl. before 1130), 213

Turner:
-, Jas., 209
-, Joanna, 59, 244–5
-, L. E., 95
-, Luke, 245
-, Sir Thos., 74
-, Wm. (two of the name), 118
-, Wm. (another), 209

Turney:
-, Alice, 73
-, Cath., m. Wm. Webb (d. by 1585), 73–4
-, fam., 73

Turstin (fl. 1086), 131, 212, 215

Turstin son of Reinfrid, 215

Turstin, Rog. s. of, see Hazeldon, Rog. of

Tyrrell:
-, Sir Hugh, 181
-, Isabel, see Barrow

Tyse:
-, John, and his w. Mary, 173
-, Mary, m. 1 Nic. Goddard (d. 1669), 2 Wm. Weston, 173
-, Nic, 224
-, Phil., 224

U.

Ulmar (fl. later nth cent.), 62

Ulster, earl of, see Mortimer

Ulward (fl. 1066), 94

Unigate (firm), 76

Unitarians, 244

United Dairies (Wholesale) Ltd., 76, 237

United Reformed churches, 154, 245

Upton:
-, John of, s. of Ric, 22
-, John of, s. of Rog., 22
-, Phil, of, 22
-, Ric. of (? same as Ric. s. of Ric), 22
-, Rog. of, and his w. Joan, 22
-, fam., 22

Upton Knoyle, see Knoyle, East: man.

Upton Lovell, rector of, 111

Upton Lucy, see Berwick St. John: man.

Upton Scudamore, man., see Norridge

utilities, public, see Tisbury: fire station, police station, and waterworks

Uvedale:
-, Sir Edm., 21
-, Geo., 21
-, Hen., 21
-, Sir Wm., 21

V.

vaccination of paupers, 151

Valeys, Ric, 87

Vautort, Phil, de, 160

Verdun:
-, Rose de, 43
-, Theobald, Ld. Verdun (d. 1309), 43
-, Theobald, Ld. Verdun (d. 1316), and his w. Eliz., 43
-, fam., 40

Vernditch Chase, see Chalke, Broad

Vernditch Wood, see Chalke, Broad

Vernon:
-, Isabel, m. Peter Stantor, 118
-, John (fl. 1241), 118
-, John (another), 118
-, Ric, 118
-, Rob., 118
-, Wm., 118
-, fam., 118

vestries:
-, meetings of, see Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; Sedgehill
-, select, 151

vicar apostolic, see Walmesly

Victoria and Albert Museum, 194

village halls and parish rooms, 114, 141, 176, 179, 246

vineyards, 45, 85, 165, 190

Virgo, Thos., 73

W.

Wace, Humph., rector of Donhead St. Mary, 152

Waddes, Chris., 87

Wadman, J. T. B., 172

Wafre, John le, and his w. Isabel, 32

Waifs and strays, 92

Wake:
-, Chas., rector of Fonthill Gifford, canon of Westminster Abbey, 168
-, (or de Baynton), Christine, m. Berenger of Wells or John Berenger, 9, 54
-, (or de Baynton), Ellen, m. Ric. de Wyggebar (d. 1269), 54
-, Geof. (fl. 1166), 54
-, Geof. (another, d. 1210 or 1211), 54
-, Hawise, 54
-, Isabel, 54
-, (or de Baynton), Joan, m. Phil. Lucyen, 54
-, (or de Baynton), Mat., 54, 58
-, Sim., 54
-, Wm., 123

Walby:
-, H. G., 22
-, R. S., 22

Waleran the huntsman, 94

Waleran:
-, Aubrey, m. 2 John de Ingham (fl. 1200–1), 3 Wm. de Botreaux, 94
-, Wal., 94
-, Wal., s. of Wal., 94

Walgrave, John, 137

Walker:
-, Rob., rector of Chilmark, 124
-, Wm., 153

Waller, Wm., 73

Wallingford (Berks., later Oxon.):
-, honor, 10
-, priory, 10, 12

Wallis, John, 35, 125, 137, 194

Wallmead, see Tisbury

Walmesly, Chas., vicar apostolic, 244

Walsingham:
-, Sir Francis, 130
-, Ursula, see Worsley

Walter (fl. 1086), 94

Walton, J., & Co. Ltd., 174

Walton, see Tisbury

Walton (in Downton), 199n

Warburton, Thos., 135

Ward, S. B., rector of Teffont Evias, 193

Wardour (in Donhead St. Andrew and Tisbury), 97, 207, 225, 237, 239, 241
-, agric, 132, 232–3
-, civil par., 93, 185, 195–6
-,-, boundaries, 196
-,-, pop., 198
-, Civil War, 207, 221–2
-, common pasture, 232
-, cust. tenants, 132, 232–3
-, farm., 233
-, man., 89, 95, 128–9, 132, 195. 208–9, 214–15, 220–3, 232–3
-, par. council, 247–8
-, presbytery, 244
-, Rom. Catholicism, 99, 168, 184, 243–4
-, schs., 100, 168–9, 207, 244, 246–7
-, settlement, 197, 207
-, Wardour castle (old), 1, 70, 89, 95, 126, 128, 132, 195, 207–8, 214–15, 220–3,224, 232
-,-, chap., 222, 244
-, Wardour Castle (new), 91, 137, 207, 221, 223, 224–5, 234, 236, 244, 246
-, chap., 1, 78, 137, 153, 207, 223, 244
-, Wardour Ho., 128, 222–3
-, Wardour pk., 126–7, 129, 132–3, 135, 195–6, 220–4, 232–4
-,-, ponds, 126, 132, 222, 233
-, woodland, 232–3

Wardour estate, 70, 129, 143, 209, 221, 224, 248

Wardour, Tisbury, and Chilmark Stone Co., 235

Wardour, Vale of, 1, 66, 89, 93, 114, 126, 140, 155, 177, 196

Warner:
-, John, & Sons, 26, 35, 125, 153, 176
-, and see Lee Warner

Warre:
-, John la, Ld. la Warre (d. 1347), 188
-, John la, Ld. la Warre (d. 1398), 188
-, Rog. la, Ld. la Warre, 188

Warre:
-, barony, 160, 213
-, Ids., 180; and see West

warrens, 7, 13, 17, 24, 44, 146, 190, 227–8
-, free warren, 7, 9–10, 17,21,95, 143, 159, 180, 188, 208, 210, 213

Warwick, earls of, see Beauchamp; Plantagenet

Wasbrough Hale & Co., 137

Waspail:
-, Fulk, 209
-, Hamon, 209
-, Rog. (fl. 1121–2), 209
-, Rog. (another), 209
-, Rog. (fl. 1200), 209
-, Rog. (fl. 1242–3), 83

watchmakers and watchmaking, 237; and see clockmakers and clockmaking

water meadows, 37, 45, 52, 57, 60, 64, 66, 75, 97, 182, 186, 190–1

water tower, 189

watercress, 3, 29, 33, 37, 46–7, 133, 140, 150

Waterfall:
-, Revd. G. H., 87
-, J. G., 87

Waterfield, M. C, 171

Waterford (Irel.), 137

Waterman, Jonathan, vicar of Bishop's Cannings, rector of Teffont Evias, prebendary of Swallowcliffe, 193

Waters:
-, M. S., 180
-, Thos., 111–12

waterworks, see Tisbury

Watson, Sam., vicar of Tisbury, 242

Way, G., 119

weavers, 99, 177, 236

Webb:
-, Cath., see Turney
-, E. D., 241
-, John, 216, 220
-, (or Rayner), Margery, see Maunger Phil., 21
-, Rachel, m. Sir John Coke, 74
-, (or Rayner), Thos., 216, 220
-, Wm. (d. by 1585), 74
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1627), 74

Webber, Sim., rector of Fonthill Bishop, vicar of Tisbury, 242

Weekes:
-, Luke (d. 1688), 146
-, Luke (d. 1730), 146
-, Mary, m. Godfrey Huckle (later Kneller), 146–7
-, Reynaldo (d. 1682), and his w. Mary, 146
-, Reynaldo (another), 146
-, Wm., 55

Weld, Humph., 95

Weldon:
-, John, 244
-, Paul, 109

Wellingtonias, 204

Wells:
-, Berenger of, see Berenger, John (d. 1272)
-, (or Berenger), Christine of, see Wake
-, Eliz., 32
-, Jas., 153
-, John, 224
-, Rob., 26, 99, 153

Wenhaston, Geof. of, and his w. Alice, 9

Wescott, J., & Sons, 76

Wessex Electricity Co., 234

West:
-, Alice, see FitzHerbert
-, Cath., w. of Ric, Ld. West and la Warre, 213
-, Eleanor, see Cauntelo
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., Ld. West and la Warre (d. 1554), 131
-, Reynold, Ld. West and la Warre, 21, 23, 131, 159, 180, 213
-, Ric, Ld. West and la Warre, 21, 131, 160, 180, 213
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1343), 92, 96, 159, 179–81, 183–4, 212–13, 228
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1386), 21–2, 131, 159, 165–6, 180, 212–13, 238
-, Thos., Ld. West (d. 1405), 21, 131, 159, 165, 180, 213
-, Thos., Ld. West and la Warre (d. 1525), 21–2, 131, 160, 180 213
-, Thos., Ld. West and la Warre (d. 1554), 21–3, 131, 160, 180, 213–14
-, fam., 180, 212

West End (in Alvediston and Ebbesborne Wake), 7–8, 52–3
-, dom. archit., 53–4, 56
-, farm, 55–8
-, man., 55–6
-, place name, 53
-, West End Farm, 53, 56–7

West End (another), see Donhead St. Andrew

West End Farm, see West End

Westminster, marquesses of, see Grosvenor

Westminster, see Lincoln's Inn; Pall Mall; St. Martin's in the Fields; Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey, 122, 191
-, canon of, see Wake, Chas.

Weston:
-, Mary, see Tyse
-, Wm., 173

'wetherboodehold', 32

Wetherby, Hen., rector of Semley, 77

Weymouth:
-, Vct., see Thynne
-, viscountcy, 42, 63

wheelwright, 150

Whitaker:
-, Dan., 216
-, Dorothy, see Gifford
-, Mr. and Mrs., 145

White:
-, C. M., 246
-, E. T., 145
-, Fred., 109
-, Rob., 11

White Sheet Hill, 7–8, 16–17, 89, 93, 126, 177

Whitebridge, see Semley: man.

Whitefold, Mrs., 42

Whitemarsh, see Sedgehill: man.

Whitlock:
-, Agnes, see Lyngever
-, John (three of the name), 109

Whitney, Jas., rector of Donhead St. Andrew, 136

Whittle, J. S., 180

Whitwell, Stedman, 162

whores, 134

Why ton:
-, Joan, see Hussey
-, John,188

Wick:
-, Alf. of (fl. 1120), 213
-, Alf. of (fl. 1242–3), 209, 213
-, Alvric of, 213
-, Beatrice of, see Nippred
-, Edw. of, 213
-, Hen. of, 213
-, John of, 213
-, Ric. of, and his w. Clarice, see Hatch
-, Rog. of, 212
-, Wm. of, 213
-, and see Wike

Wick (in Downton), 199n

Wick (in Tisbury), 197, 199, 208
-, agric, 229
-, cts., 238–9
-, dom. archit., 205
-, farms, 214, 229–30, 234
-, man., 213–14, 229–30
-, settlement, 205

Wight, Isle of, see Chale

Wightwick, E. A., 71

Wike, Alex., 11; and see Wick

Wilcot, see Oare

Wilkins:
-, John, 110
-, Wm., 110

William III (William of Orange), 102

William son of Gilbert, 179

Williams:
-, Anne, see Lynde
-, John (fl. 1700), 176, 244
-, John (another, d. 1722), 216
-, Marg., see Fulford
-, Rob., 55
-, Rowland, vicar of Broad Chalke with Bower Chalke and Alvediston, vice-principal of St. David's Coll., Lampeter, 35, 50
-, Sydenham, 216

Williamson:
-, Claude, 40
-, R. W., 32, 40–1, 133, 150
-, R. W., grds. of R. W., 133, 150
-, fam., 133

Willis, Tremwith, 119

Willmer, Eliz., 240

Willoughby:
-, Sir Ant., 221–2
-, Blanche, m. Francis Dawtry, 221
-, Chris., 112
-, Edw. (d. 1517), 221
-, Edw. (another), rector of Semley, canon and dean of Exeter, 77
-, Eliz., m. Fulk Greville, 221–2
-, Hen., rector of Chicklade, 113
-, Rob., Ld. Willoughby de Broke (d. 1502), 221
-, Rob., Ld. Willoughby de Broke (d. 1521), and his w. Dorothy, 221
-, fam., 222

Wills, Revd. Thos., 125

Wilsford (in Swanborough hund.), man., 181

Wilsford (in Underditch hund.), see Lake

Wilson:
-, F.C, 135
-, fam., 137

Wilton, 51, 197
-, abbey, 1, 3–5, 7–13, 16, 20–3, 25, 29, 31–3, 37–8, 40–3, 46, 48– 50, 52, 54, 56, 60, 62, 66, 70, 74, 77, 81, 83, 89, 118–19, 122–4, 140, 179,181, 195, 220, 224, 239
-,-, canon of, see Poulshot, Laur. of prebendaries: of Chalke, 15, 34, 49–50
-,-, prebends: of Chalke, 12, 14–15, 31, 41, 49; of N. Newnton, 12; of S. Newton, 12, 44
-, burgages, 62
-, hosp. of St. John, 181–2, 184, 217
-, poor-law union, 34, 49, 58, 64
-, prot. nonconf., 59
-, Wilton Ho., 161

Wilton estate, 40, 42, 49, 63–4

Wilton House, see Wilton

Wilton Royal Carpet Factory, 237

Wiltshire, Nic. of, 23

Wiltshire, 1, 3, 16–17, 49, 53, 62, 76, 79, 83, 85, 96, 140
-, assizes, 99, 134
-, boundary, 17, 29, 37, 52, 81, 140, 169
-, county council, 75, 202
-,-, as landowner, 41, 102, 172, 174
-, county ct., 86
-, petty sessions, 128, 202
-, quarter sessions, 92, 237
-, sheriffs, 4, 91–2, 118, 123, 183, 237, 239
-, under-sheriff, 91

Wiltshire Brewery Co., 237

Wiltshire United Dairies Ltd., 237

Wiltshire Voluntary Association of Puritan Ministers, 152

Win Green (in Berwick St. John and Donhead St. Mary), 17, 126, 140

Winchester, Hen. of, 11

Winchester (Hants), 237
-, bp., 89

Wincombe (in Donhead St. Mary), 141, 147, 150–1
-, dom. archit., 141–2
-, farms, 143, 146, 148–50
-, man., 146
-, mill, 150
-, pk., 140, 146, 149–50
-, pond, 140, 146
-, Wincombe Pk., 140, 142, 146

Windmill Hill, see Alvediston

windmills, 14, 58, 112, 165

Winkelbury Hill, see Berwick St. John

Winwick, John, 63

Wiston (Suss.), man., 64

Witham (Som.), priory, 160, 165

Witt, F., 41

Wolseley-Hughes Group, 236

Wonnacott, T., 245

Woodcock:
-, Rob., 87
-, Wm., 41

Woodford, see Heale

Woodhouse, see Fifield Bavant: man.

Woodhouse farm, see Sedgehill: man.

Woodlands Down, see Berwick St. John

Woodminton, see Chalke, Bower

Woodroffe, Geo., 166

Woodrow, Wm., 133

Woods, Ric, 222–3

Woodward, Dan., see Lee Warner

woodwards, 20, 30, 38, 225, 232

woodyard, 166; and see auctions of wood; forestry (commercial); sawmills

wool stapler, 150

woolhouse, 190

woollen cloth manufacture, 236

Woon, W. C, 245

Worcester, bp. of, see Thornborough

workhouses:
-, parish, see Donhead St. Andrew; Donhead St. Mary; Semley; Tisbury
-, union, see Tisbury: poor–law union

Wormald, S., 145

Worsley:
-, Anne, see Leigh
-, Sir Hen., Bt., 130
-, Sir Jas., 130
-, Ric. (d. 1565), 130
-, Sir Ric, Bt. (d. 1621), 130
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1676), 130
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1747), 130
-, Thos., 130
-, Ursula, w. of Ric. (d. 1565), m. 2 Sir Francis Walsingham, 130

Wort:
-, H., 72
-, J &., 119
-, J. M., 9
-, M. L., 72

Wotton, John, rector of Semley, 77

Wrenche, John, rector of Semley, 77

Wright:
-, Eliz., see Dowles
-, Geo., 109
-, Nathan, 109, 111

Wulfsige (fl. 925–39), 118

Wyatt:
-, Jas., 162
-, T. H., 15, 35, 50–1, 78, 125, 162, 168

Wyggebar:
-, Ellen de, see Wake
-, Ric. de (d. 1269), 54
-, Ric. de (fl. 1325), and his w. Maud, 54
-, Wm. de (fl. 1269), 54
-, Wm. de (another, d. 1325), and his w.Joan, 54

Wylye, Wm. of, 101

Wyndham:
-, Anne, m. Jas. Arundell (d. 1803), 11, 22
-, Anne, see Barber
-, Chas., 146–7
-, G. R. C, 109
-, Geo., 109
-, John (d. 1724), 11
-, John (d. 1750), 11, 22
-, John (fl. 1952), 11
-, Maria, w. of Chas., 147
-, P. L., 109
-, Percy, 109
-, Sir Wadham, 11
-, Wm. (d. 1762), 11
-, Wm. (d. 1841), 11, 189, 209, 218– 19, 224
-, Wm. (d. 1862), 11, 218
-, Wm. (d. 1914), 11, 218
-, Wm. (d. 1950), 11, 218
-, fam., 11

Wynford, Wm., 222

Wynford, Baroness, see Best

Wynne:
-, John,216
-, Marg., see Stanley

Wyther, Sim., 32

Wythye, Wm., 112

Y.

yaks, 21

Yard, Dan., 77

yeomanry, 230

Yonge:
-, Cordelia, see Colborne
-, Duke, 211
-, and see Young

Yorke:
-, Marg., see Ernie
-, Rog., 110

Yorkshire, E. Riding, archdeacon of, see Audley, Edm.

Young:
-, Cath., see Stanley Edgar, 41
-, G. E., 41
-, Geo. (? two of the name, fl. 19th cent.), 41
-, Geo. (d. 1922), 125
-, Hen., 71
-, John (fl. earlier 16th cent.), 216
-, (or Edmunds), John (fl. c. 1590), 216
-, John (fl. later 17th cent.), 216
-, S. J., 71, 172
-, (or Edmunds), Wm. (? three of the name, fl. later 16th and earlier 17th cents.), 216
-, Wm. (fl. 17th cent.), 216
-, fam., 216
-, and see Yonge

Z.

Zion Hill chapel, see Tisbury

Zouche:
-, Francis, 95
-, Sir John, 95, 98, 112, 224
-, Ric, M.P. for Hythe, regius professor of civil law in Oxford university, principal of St. Alban's Hall, Oxf., 95