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'Index: A-J', A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 13: Bampton Hundred (Part One) (1996), pp. 218-226. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=15995 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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NOTE. Page numbers in bold-face type indicate the substantive account of a subject. A page number in italic denotes an illustration on that page. A page number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page. Among the abbreviations used in the index the following may require elucidation: abp., archbishop; adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Bart., Bartholomew; bdy., boundary; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; Cath., Catherine, Catholic; ch., church; chap., chapel; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; chwdns., churchwardens; ct., court; ctss., countess; d., died; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; dchss., duchess; dom. archit., domestic architecture; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; est., estate(s); fam., family; fl., flourished; Fm., Farm; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; grds., grandson; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; ho., house; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Laur., Laurence; Lawr., Lawrence; ld., lord; libr., library; m., married; man., manor(s); Marg., Margaret; Mat., Matthew; mkt., market; Max., Maximilian; Mic., Michael; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; pk., park; Phil., Philip; pop., population; prehist., prehistoric; rem., remains; Ric., Richard; riv., river; rly., railway; Reg., Reginald; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; s., son; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; Sim., Simon; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; univ., university; vct., viscount; w., wife; Wal., Walter; Wm., William.

Abingdon, Hen. of, and his w. Avinia,

Abingdon, earls of, see Bertie, Jas. and
-, Montagu

Abingdon (formerly Berks.),

Abingdon Lane,

Adam, Rob.,

Adams:
-, Dacres, vicar of Bampton,
-, Eliz.,
-, Kinghtley,
-, Sam., rector of Alvescot,
-, Susannah, w. of Sam.,

Aelfsige, see Faringdon

Aelfwine (fl. 984),

Aethelmar (fl. 1005),

Aethelred II,

Africa, see Algiers; Ghana

agriculture, see bee-keeping; cattle;
-, cheese; cider making; crop rotations;
-, crops; dairy farming; fruit growing;
-, horses; intercommoning; meadows;
-, pannage; pigs; poultry; sheep; sheep
-, farming; stints; stock farming; and
-, under names of particular places

aid,

airfields, see Norton, Brize

Alder:
-, John,
-, Kath.,
-, fam.,

ale, assize of, n

Alfred, king of Wessex,

Algiers (Algeria),

Allen:
-, H.,
-, Wm.,
-, - ,
-, fam.,

Alston, Edw.,

Alvescot,
-, Alwoldsbury, q.v.
-, rector of, see Adams, Sam.

Alwin (fl. 1066),

Alwoldsbury (in Alvescot or Clanfield),

America, North, and see St. Louis

Anabaptists, see Baptists

Andrews:
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,

Anglo-Saxon remains, see boundaries;
-, burial grounds; settlement

animal feed manufacture,

Anne, queen,

Anne (Boleyn), queen of Hen. VIII,

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

Anstie, G. W.,

Anthony, John,

antiques dealers,

apothecaries,

Appleton (formerly Berks.),
-, Eaton,

apprenticing,

'Archers', the,

archery,

architects, see Adam; Belcher; Bruton;
-, Castle; Christian; Clarke, Geo. and
-, Jos.; Drinkwater; Greenshields;
-, Harris, Dan.; Harrison, N. W.;
-, Lee, H.; Rolfe; Scott, John Oldrid;
-, Wilkinson, Geo. and Wm.

archivist,

Ardern:
-, Sir John,
-, fam., n

Aretius (fl. 1086),

Arnatt:
-, Eliz., w. of Jonathan,
-, Jonathan (d. 1799),
-, Jonathan (d. 1844),
-, Wm. Wright, n
-, fam.,

Arnaud, H. B.,

Arthur, Benj.,

artichokes, see crops

artists, designers, engravers, and
-, sculptors, see Buckler; Burlison
-, and Grylls; Hems; Howard, F. E.;
-, Usher & Kelly

Ashford Lodge (in Ashford, Mdx.),

Ashton, Chris.,

Askeby, Rob. de, rector of Ducklington,

assarting,

Association of Baptist Congregational
-, Churches,

Asthall,
-, Stockley,

Astley Abbots (Salop.), see Hoards Park

Aston and Cote (in Bampton),
-, n
-, n plates
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, Aston Ho.,
-, Aston Riche (or Rithe),
-, bdy.,
-, chars.,
-, ch. (formerly chap.), n
-, Cote,
-, plates
-, Cote Ho. (man. ho.),
-, plate
-, cts.,
-, crosses, plate
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fisheries and fishponds,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, Golofers,
-, other est.,
-, man. ho., see Aston and Cote: Cote
-, Ho.
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, plate
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop., n
-, prehist. rem.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, settlement,
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind., plate
-, vestry,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, water supply and drainage,

Aston Riche, see Aston and Cote

Astrop, see Norton, Brize

Athelstan, king,

Atkins:
-, Abraham,
-, Atkins Edwin Martin,
-, Edwin Martin, see Martin
-, fam.,

Atwell (at well), fam.,

A û male, honor of,

Aumfray, John, n

B.B.C.,

Babington Smith:
-, B.,
-, fam.,

Bablake, John,

Bablock Hythe, see Northmoor

Bacon:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Slaughter,
-, Josiah (d. 1703),
-, Josiah (d. by 1717, another),
-, (formerly Slaughter), Thos.,

backsword,

badgers, see higglers

Bagley, Hen.,

Baker:
-, John, see Elton
-, fam.,

baking,

Ball, Hen., see Lenthall

Balliol College, Oxford,

Ballow:
-, Hen., n
-, fam., n

Bampton, Paulinus of,

Bampton,
-, plates
-, adv.,
-, agric., n
-, as address,
-, Aston, q.v.
-, Bampton Ho.,
-, the Beam,
-, bdy.,
-, bridges,
-, Brighthampton, q.v.
-, carriers,
-, castle (Ham Court),
-, plate
-, chaps., and see
-, Chimney: chap.; Haddon,
-, Lower: chap.; Lew: chap.;
-, Shifford: chap.
-, chars.,
-, Chimney, q.v.
-, ch.,
-, plates and see
-, Bampton: minster
-, Cote, see Aston
-, cts.,
-, ct. ho.,
-, crosses,
-, curates,
-, the Deanery,
-, plate
-, dom. archit., and
-, see Bampton: man. hos.
-, the Elms, plate
-, fairs, plate
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fires and firefighting,
-, fisheries and fishponds,
-, glebe,
-, Haddon, Lower, q.v.
-, Ham Court, see Bampton: castle
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, Lady well,
-, Lew, q.v.
-, man.,
-, and see Bampton: rec-
-, tory man.
-, other est.,
-, man. hos.,
-, plates and
-, see Bampton: castle and the
-, Deanery
-, mkt.,
-, mkt. ho.,
-, mkt. place,
-, plate
-, mills,
-, minster,
-, parochia,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, 'parliament ho.',
-, place name,
-, police and watchmen,
-, poor relief,
-, poor ho.,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prison,
-, rly., and see Bampton
-, Station
-, rectory man. (Bampton Deanery
-, man.),
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, Rushey,
-, schs.,
-, plate
-, settlement,
-, Shifford, q.v.
-, shops,
-, streets,
-, plates
-, street lighting,
-, tithes,
-, tithe owners,
-, town hall,
-, plate
-, trade and ind.,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage hos.,
-, vicars,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, Weald,
-, agric.,
-, bdy.,
-, chars.,
-, cts.,
-, fields,
-, man.,
-, other est.,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, Weald Manor, n,
-, plate
-, wharf,
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Bampton, Aston, and District Gas and
-, Water Co.,

Bampton Aston, benefice, n,

Bampton hund.,
-, cts.,
-, officers,

Bampton Lew, benefice, n,

Bampton Proper, benefice, n

Bampton Station (in Brize Norton),

Bampton-with-Clanfield, benefice,

banks and banking,

Bannister, fam.,

Baptists,
-, Anabaptists,
-, Particular Baptists,
-, paedobaptists,

barbers,

Barclays Bank,

Barcote, see Buckland

Barcote way,

Barker:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Barley ditch, see Elm Bank ditch

Barley Park, see Ducklington

Barnes, Ralph, vicar of Bampton,

Barrington hund. (Glos.),

Bartless, C. J.,

Bartlett (or Startup), fam.,

Barton Bendish (Norf.),

Baskerville, Geo.,

basketmaker,

Bassett, Sim.,

Bassingbourn:
-, John of,
-, Marg. of, m. Wm. de Dive,

Baston:
-, Susannah,
-, Wm.,

Bateman:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

battles and other military incidents,
-, see Bosworth Field; Bouvines;
-, Civil War; Evesham; Maldon;
-, Monmouth's rebellion; North-
-, ampton; Stoke

Bayeux (Calvados, France), bp. of, see
-, Odo

Bayley:
-, Eliz., w. of Wm.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wal. (d. 1592),
-, Wal. (d. 1695), rector of Duck-
-, lington,
-, Wm. (d. 1613),
-, Wm. (d. 1688),
-, Wm. (d. 1716),
-, fam., n

Beandun (unidentified),

Beard, Jas.,

Beauchamp:
-, And. de,
-, Eve de, see Grey
-, Ric., earl of Warwick,

Beaufitz, Rog.,

Beaumont, J. S.,

Bedford, duke of, see Tudor

bee-keeping,

Beechey, John,

Beeston, Ric. de, vicar of Bampton,

Belcher, John,

Belet:
-, Mic., n
-, fam.,

bellfounders, see Bagley; Bolter;
-, Burford: foundry; Keene, Jas.;
-, Mears; Mears and Stainbank;
-, Rudhall, Abraham and Thos.;
-, Taylor, J. and Wm.

Benedictines,

Bennett:
-, Christian,
-, Edw.,
-, John,

Benney, see Clanfield

Benson,

Beornwald, saint,
-, cult of,
-, shrine of,

Berkshire, and
-, see Abingdon; Appleton; Buckland;
-, Buscot; Eaton Hastings; Faringdon,
-, Great; Faringdon hund.; Fyfield;
-, Hatford; Hagbourne; Hinton
-, Waldrist; Kingston Bagpuize;
-, Kingston Lisle; Lambourne Place;
-, Langford; Leigh, Bessels; Long-
-, worth; Radley; Reading;
-, 'Rocote'; Shellingford; Shilton;
-, Stanford; Wallingford; Wantage

Berrow:
-, John,
-, Mary, see Pudsey

Bertie:
-, Cath., see Wenman
-, Jas., earl of Abingdon,
-, Montagu, earl of Abingdon,

Bessels Leigh, see Leigh, Bessels

Betton, - ,

Bettrice:
-, (or Bettres), Edw.,
-, Ric.,

Binsey, see Oxford

Birch:
-, Sam., vicar of Bampton,
-, W. M., vicar of Bampton Aston, and
-, his w.,

Birmingham (Warws.),

Bishop, Laur.,

Black Bourton, see Bourton, Black

Black Bourton brook,

Black Death, see epidemics: plague

Black Prince, see Edward, prince of
-, Wales

Black water, see Isle of Wight brook

Blackburne:
-, Edw., n
-, Ernest,
-, Wm., n

blacksmiths, see metal industry: smiths

Blagrave, Ric.,

Blakenham:
-, Alice of, m. Hugh de St. Philibert,
-, Benet of (fl. 1279),
-, Benet of, s. of above,
-, Joan of, see Hastings

blanket making, see textile industry

Bledlow (Bucks.),

Blewitt, John,

Blithe, Susan,

Blower, Ric.,

Bolbec, Hugh de,

Boleyn, Anne, see Anne

Bolter, Nat.,

bonnet making,

bookbinders,

booksellers,

Booth, Herb.,

bootmakers, see leather

Borough Court (in Odiham, Hants),

Bostocke, Humph.,

Bosworth Field (Leics.), battle of,

Boteler, Alice, see Deincourt

Botreaux, Baroness, see Hungerford,
-, Mary

Boulogne:
-, counts of, and see Dammartin;
-, Matthew
-, honor of,

boundaries, Anglo-Saxon,
-, n

Bourchier, Chas.,

Bourton, Rob. of,
-, his s. Geof., see Geoffrey

Bourton, Black,

Bourton on the Water (Glos.),

Bouvines (Nord, France), battle of,

Bovey Tracey (Devon),

Bowell, Nic.,

Box, Wm.,

Boynton (Yorks. E.R.),

Boys:
-, Ernald de (fl. 1246),
-, Ernald de, s. of above,
-, Ernald de, grds. of Ernald de (fl.
-, 1246),
-, Jas. de, rector of Standlake,
-, Joan de, see Grey
-, John de,
-, Wm. de,
-, fam., n

Boys wood, see Standlake: woodland

Brabant, fam.,

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

Brandon, Chas., duke of Suffolk,

Brasenose College, Oxford,

brazier, see metal

bread, assize of,

Breaut é , Fawkes de,

Brereton:
-, Frances, m. Edw. Onley, Paul
-, Collins,
-, Mary,
-, Thos. (d. 1699),
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1754),
-, Thos. Wm.,
-, fam.,

Breton:
-, Joan, see Dive
-, Wm.,

brewers and brewing,

brick making,

Brickland:
-, Mark,
-, fam.,

Brighthampton (in Bampton and Standlake),
-, n
-, plate
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, bridges,
-, Brittenton, n, n
-, chars.,
-, cts.,
-, cross,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fields,
-, inc.,
-, inns, plate
-, man.,
-, other est.,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, settlement,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,

Brihtnoth (d. 991),

Briscoe, Jos.,

Bristol,
-, bps. of, see Conybeare; Holyman

British Legion,

Brittenton, see Brighthampton

Brize Norton, see Norton, Brize

Broadway (Worcs.), see Spring Hill

Broadwell,
-, Kelmscott,

Broke, Laur. de,

Brome:
-, Sir Chris.,
-, Geo.,
-, Sir John,
-, fam., n

Brooks, fam.,

Broughton Poggs,

Brown (Browne):
-, Francis,
-, Geo.,
-, Mary, w. of Thos.,
-, Thos. (d. 1764),
-, Thos. (d. 1799),
-, Thos. (fl. 1855),
-, fam.,
-, and see Staples-Browne

Bruton, Edw. G.,

Bryan, Thos.,

Bryant, John,

Buchan, John, novelist,

Buckinghamshire, and see
-, Bledlow; Creslow; Eton College

Buckland:
-, Alan of,
-, Alice of, see Grey

Buckland (formerly Berks.),
-, Barcote,

Buckler, J. C.,

builders, see building trades

building materials, less common:
-, brick,
-, timber framing,
-, crucks, n

building trades:
-, builders,
-, carpenters and joiners,
-, glaziers,
-, masons,
-, painters,
-, plumbers, see metal
-, sawyers,
-, thatchers,

Bullen:
-, Emily, w. of Rob. Hockley,
-, Rob. Hockley,

Bullen and Ravenor, solicitors,

Bullock:
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Bunce, Jethro,

Bundi the forester,

Burford, fam.,

Burford, n
-, Burford Priory,
-, foundry,
-, Upton and Signet, n

Burgate House (in Fordingbridge,Hants),

Burges, Frank,

burial grounds:
-, Anglo-Saxon,
-, prehist.,

Burley, Wm., rector of Ducklington,

Burlison and Grylls,

Burnet, John, n

Burrow, Thos., vicar of Bampton,

Burroway (extra-parochial),

Burroway brook,

Busby, fam.,

Buscot (formerly Berks.),

Busia, Dr. Kofi,

butchers,

Butt, John,

cabinet maker,

Calcott, see Hewes

Cambridge university, see St. John's
-, College

Campion, Edm.,

Canterbury, abp. of, see Laud

Cantwell, fam.,

cap making, see hat and cap making

Carbrook:
-, Ric. of,
-, Sibyl, see Dive

Cardinal College, Oxford, see Christ
-, Church

Carew (Carreu):
-, Eliz., m. David Williams,
-, John,
-, Sir Mat.,

Carisbrooke, honor of,

Carlisle (Cumb.), bp. of, see Merke

Carpenter, fam.,

carpenters, see building trades

caraway, see crops

Carreu, see Carew

carriers,

Carter:
-, Jos.,
-, fam.,

Carthusians,

Cary:
-, Eliz., Vctss. Falkland,
-, Sir Lucius,

Casse:
-, Maud, w. of Wm.,
-, Wm.,

Cassington,

Castle, Jas.,

castrator,

Caswell, see Witney

cattle, breeds:
-, Ayrshire,
-, Hereford,

cattle trade,
-, dealers,

Cauntelo:
-, Maud de, see d'Oilly
-, Wm. de,

Caus (Cauz):
-, Rob. le, n
-, Wal. de,

Cavendish:
-, Grace, see Talbot
-, Hen.,

Cavendish Land Co.,

certainty money,

Chaddesley, Ric. of, rector of
-, Northmoor,

Chadlington hund.,

chaloners, see textile industry

Chamberlin, W. H.,

Chambers, John, rector of Standlake,

Champneys:
-, Dorothy,
-, fam.,

Chancelor, Mat.,

Chancery:
-, Ld. Chancellor,
-, master of,

chandlers,

chantries, obits, and lights,

chapels, private, see oratories

Chapman:
-, John,
-, fam.,

chapmen,

charcoal burning,

Charity Commission,

Charlbury,

Charles I, n

Charles II,

Charney Bassett (formerly Berks.), see
-, Longworth

Chastleton,

cheese:
-, manufacture,
-, trade,

Cheltenham (Glos.),

chemists,

Chesildon, Francis,

Chesney:
-, Hugh de,
-, Lucy de, m. Guy de Dive,
-, Ralph de,
-, Rog. de.,
-, fam.,

Chetwynd-Talbot, see Talbot, Hen.
-, John

Cheverell, Chris., and his w. Isabel,

childwite,

Chimney (in Bampton), n,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, chap.,
-, chars.,
-, cts.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, settlement,
-, tavern,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Chivers, Col. - ,

cholera, see epidemics

Christ Church (formerly Cardinal College),
-, Oxford,
-, dean of, see Fell, Sam.

Christian, Ewan,

Church, Edw.,

Church Commissioners, see Eccl-
-, esiastical Commissioners

Churchill, Geo., duke of Marlborough,

churchscot,

cider making,

Cirencester (Glos.), abbey,

Civil War,
-, and see Levellers; royalists;
-, parliament: parliamentarians

Clack, Sam.,

Clanfield, Hen.,

Clanfield,
-, Alwoldsbury, q.v.
-, Benney,
-, Puttes,

Clapham (Mdx.),

Clapton (or Clopton), Rous, vicar of
-, Bampton,

Clarendon, earl of, see Hyde, Edw.

Clarke:
-, Geo.,
-, Jos.,

claypits,

Claywell (East Weald) (in Duck-lington),
-, chap.,
-, Claywell Fm.,
-, cts.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, pop.,
-, roads to,
-, settlement,
-, tithes,

Clements Inn, see London

Cleves, Anne of, see Anne

Clinch and Co.,

Clinton, Eliz., see Grey

clock-and watchmakers,
-, and see Gillett and Johnston;
-, Hawting; Hunt, Thos.; Reynolds,
-, John; Smith, John, and sons

clocks, ancient,

Clopton, see Clapton

cloth, see textile industry

clover, see crops

coal trade,

cobblers, see leather

Coen, John, vicar of Northmoor,

Cogges,
-, Gill Mill,

Cogges, riv.,

Cogyn, Wm., rector of Northmoor,

Cokethorpe:
-, Clement of, n,
-, Rob. of, and see Robert

Cokethorpe (in Ducklington and Standlake),
-, plates
-, agric.,
-, bdy.,
-, chap.,
-, plate
-, chaplains, see Robert
-, Cokethorpe Ho.,
-, plate
-, Cokethorpe Pk.,
-, Cokethorpe Sch., n
-, curates,
-, Fish Ho., n plate
-, fishery,
-, Lea, East,
-, man.,
-, Golofers or Giffards,
-, mill,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, settlement,
-, tithes,
-, water supply,
-, woodland, see Standlake: woodland

Coleshill, Wm. of, vicar of Bampton,

collarmakers, see leather

Collett:
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Collier, fam.,

Collingwood:
-, Benj.,
-, fam.,

Collins:
-, Frances, see Brereton
-, Paul,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Colvile, Col. A. M.,

Colwell brook,

comb maker, see textile industry

Commons, Ho. of, see parliament

Compton Scorpion (in Ilmington,
-, Warws.),

Comyn, Eliz., m. Ric. Talbot,

confectioner,

Confessor, Edw. the, see Edward

Congregationalists,

Conybeare, John, bp. of Bristol,

Cook (Cooke):
-, Mary,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos., vicar of Bampton and arch-
-, deacon of Salop,
-, fam.,

cooper, John the, see John

coopers,

Copmanthorpe (Yorks. W. R.),

coppicing,

Corbet:
-, Amice, m. John d'Oddingseles,
-, Eleanor,
-, Guy,
-, John,
-, Maud, w. of Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1404),
-, Rob. (d. 1417),
-, Rob. (d. 1495),
-, Sir Rog.,
-, Sibyl, m. John Greville,
-, fam.,

cordwainers, see leather

corn dealers,

cornbote,

Cornwall (Cornewell):
-, John,
-, Marg., m. Edm. Yate,
-, fam.,

Cornwall, earl of, see Richard

Corpus Christi College, Oxford,

corviser, see leather

Cosier, fam.,

Cosin, Ric.,

Costar:
-, B. D.,
-, fam.,

Cote (in Bampton), see Aston

Cotswolds,

Cottesmore, Wm.,

Cottesmore (Rut.),

Cotton, Edw., vicar of Bampton,

Cottrell-Dormer:
-, Chas.,
-, Clement Aldemar,
-, Frances, see Strickland
-, (later Upton), John,
-, fam.,

Coughton (Warws.),

Coursehill, see Ducklington

Coventry:
-, Geo., earl of Coventry,
-, John Bulkeley (d. 1801),
-, Hon. John (fl. 1824),
-, Sir Wm.,
-, Wm., earl of Coventry,
-, fam.,

Coventry, earl of, see Coventry, Geo.
-, and Wm.

Coventry (Warws.),

Cowie, A. T.C., vicar of Aston
-, Bampton,

Cox, Thos.,

Coxeter:
-, Anne, n,
-, Bart., n
-, Eliz., w. of Thos.,
-, Hen., n
-, Jane, w. of Ric.,
-, Ric. (d. 1683),
-, Ric. (d. 1740),
-, Thos.,
-, - ,
-, fam.,

Crawley, see Witney

Creslow (Bucks.),

cricket,

Cripps:
-, H. L.,
-, Rob.,

Crispin, Ric., vicar of Bampton,

Croft:
-, Mary,
-, Ric.,

Cromwell:
-, Marg., see Deincourt
-, Oliver,
-, Sir Ralph,
-, Thos., earl of Essex,

crop rotations,

Cropredy plan,

crops, less common:
-, artichokes,
-, caraway,
-, clover,
-, dill,
-, flax,
-, hemp,
-, hops,
-, maize,
-, sainfoin,
-, tobacco,
-, turnips,

crosses, and
-, see Aston and Cote; Bampton;
-, Brighthampton; Lew

Crouch, Susannah,

Crown,
-, as landlord,
-, as patron,
-, royal servants, clerks, and officers,
-, and see
-, Chancery; Exchequer
-, and see England, kings and queens of

Croydon (Surr.),

cucking stool,

cults, medieval, see Beornwald;
-, Frideswide; Mary the Virgin;
-, wells

Cumberland, see Carlisle

Cumberwell, Cecily de,

Curbridge, see Witney

curfew bells, see customs

curriers, see leather

customs, traditional,
-, curfew bells,
-, maypole,
-, Morris dancing,
-, mumming,
-, perambulation (of bdies.),
-, Whitsun ales,
-, and see feasts, wakes under names of
-, particular places

cycle shops and makers,

Cynegils, king of Wessex,

dairy farming,
-, and see cheese

Dale:
-, John, rector of Standlake,
-, Rob.,

Dammartin, Reg. de, count of
-, Boulogne,

Darby:
-, Rob., and his w. Mary,
-, fam.,

Darcy:
-, Alice, see Giffard
-, Sir Geo.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,

Dartington (Devon),

Daubeney, Phil.,

Dauglish, Geo., rector of Standlake,

Davis:
-, Ant.,
-, Geo. (d. 1765),
-, Geo. (d. 1814),
-, fam.,

Daylesford (Worcs.),

dealers, general,

Deane, Thos.,

Deddington,

deer,

Deerhurst (Glos.), priory,
-, prior of, n

Deincourt:
-, Alice, m. 1 Wm. Lovel, Ld. Lovel,
-, Ralph Boteler, Ld. Sudeley,
-, Joan, see Grey
-, Marg., m. Sir Ralph Cromwell,
-, fam.,

Deincourt, barony of,

Delly End, see Witney: Hailey

demesne, ancient or royal,

Denleghe, see Witney: Hailey (Delly
-, End)

Dennis, Sam., perp. curate of
-, Northmoor,

dentist,

Denton:
-, Eliz., w. of Thos.,
-, Thos.,

Derby, earls of, see Stanley

Derby,

deserted villages, see settlement:
-, villages

Devenish, fam.,

Devon:
-, ctss. of, see Rivers, Isabel de
-, earl of, see Rivers, Baldwin de

Devonshire, and see Bovey Tracey;
-, Dartington; Exeter

Dewe:
-, Mary,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Diddington (Hunts.),

dill, see crops

diphtheria, see epidemics

Dive:
-, Eliz. de, w. of Hen., m. Edw.
-, Twyford, ? - Parles,
-, n
-, Guy de,
-, Hen. de (d. 1277),
-, Hen. de (d. c. 1326), and his w.
-, Martha,
-, Hen. de (d. c. 1360),
-, Joan de, w. of John, m. Wm.
-, Breton,
-, John de (d. 1265),
-, John de (d. 1310),
-, John de (d. c. 1350),
-, Lucy de, see Chesney
-, Marg. de, see Bassingbourn
-, Phil. de, rector of Ducklington,
-, Sibyl, w. of John, m. Ric. of Car-
-, brook,
-, Wm. de,
-, fam.,

Dix, Ephraim,

Dixon, Nic.,

Dockar-Drysdale, Steph., and his w.
-, Barbara,

doctors (of medicine), see physicians

d'Oddingseles:
-, Amice, see Corbet
-, John,

d'Oilly (Doyley):
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Maud, w. of Hen., m. Wm. de
-, Cauntelo,
-, Rob.,
-, Rog. (fl. 1142),
-, Rog., s. of above,
-, Rog. (fl. 1235),
-, Rog. (fl. 1268), s. of John,
-, Rog. (fl. 1268), s. of Rog.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Roger

Dorchester, bp. of,

Dorset,

Dotyn:
-, Hen., vicar of Bampton,
-, John, vicar of Bampton,
-, fam.,

dovecots,

Doyley, see d'Oilly

Draper, fam.,

drapers,

dressmakers, seamstresses, and
-, trousermakers,

Drewe, G. H.,

Drinkwater, H. G. W.,

Droitwich (Worcs.),

Druce:
-, Sam.,
-, fam.,

Drysdale, see Dockar-Drysdale

Duccurth, Rob., n

Ducklington, John of,

Ducklington,
-, plates
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, Barley Pk.,
-, bdy., n,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, plates
-, ch. hos.,
-, Claywell, q.v.
-, clubs,
-, Cokethorpe, q.v.
-, Coursehill, n,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Ducklington, Little,
-, Easter custom,
-, Eggesley,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, glebe,
-, Great Ho.,
-, greens,
-, Hardwick, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, other est.,
-, man. hos.,
-, mills, n,
-, Moors, the, n,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Putlesley (Puttesley),
-, rectors, and see Far-
-, ley, Thos.; Hammond, Main-
-, waring; Macray, W. D.;
-, Raysaker
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs., plates
-, settlement,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, vestry,
-, village hall,
-, Weald, East, see Claywell
-, woodland,
-, Moulden's wood (Edgeley cop-
-, pice),
-, workho.,

Dudley, John, earl of Warwick,

Dunscombe, Thos.,

Duport, Thos.,

Durham, bp. of, see Howson

Durham Yard (Mdx.), see London

Dutch Elm disease,

Dutton, fam.,

Duxford, see Hinton Waldrist

Dyer:
-, John, vicar of Bampton,
-, Thos., vicar of Bampton,

dyers, see textile industry

E.C. (European Community),

Eadwig, king,

Eagle:
-, Rachel,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,

Early, fam.,

Earnulf (fl. 958),

East:
-, Cecily, see Fettiplace
-, Dorothy, m. Thos. Fitzherbert,
-, Edw.,
-, fam.,

East Gloucestershire Railway,

East India Company,

Eastcott (in Urchfont, Wilts.),

Eaton (formerly Berks.), see Appleton

Eaton Hastings (Berks.),

Ecclesiastical (later Church) Com-
-, missioners,

Edgar, king,

Edgerley:
-, Thos. (d. 1620),
-, Thos., s. of above,

Edington, Wm. of,

Edington (Wilts.), monastery,

Edmonds, Chris.,

Edward the Confessor,

Edward I,

Edward III,

Edward IV,

Edward VII,

Edward, prince of Wales (Black
-, Prince),

Edwards:
-, Eliz., m. Ambrose Sheppard,
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., m. Edw. Smith,
-, Ric. (fl. 1545),
-, Ric. (d. 1609),
-, Wm. (fl. 1570),
-, Wm. (d. 1613),
-, fam.,

Eeles, fam.,

Eggesley, see Ducklington

electricity supply,

Elford (Staffs.), n,

Elm Bank (Barley) ditch,

Elizabeth I, n

Elton (or Baker), John,

Ely, bp. of, see West, Nic.

emigration,

engineering,

England, kings and queens of, see
-, Crown and under names of
-, particular sovereigns

epidemics,
-, cholera,
-, diphtheria,
-, foot-and-mouth,
-, plague,
-, Black Death,
-, smallpox,

escheats,

Essex, earl of, see Cromwell, Thos.;
-, Mandeville

Essex, see Maldon

Eton College (Bucks.),

European Community, see E.C.

Eustace, Ric.,

evacuees, see refugees

Evans, Lewis, rector of Ducklington,

Every:
-, John,
-, Sir Sim.,

Evesham, Sim. of, rector of Standlake,

Evesham (Worcs.), battle of,

Ewell (Surr.),

Exchequer:
-, chancellor of,
-, chief baron of,

Exeter (Devon),
-, bps. of, and see Leofric; Veysey,
-, John
-, cathedral,
-, n, n,
-, n,
-, bailiffs and stewards,
-, dean,
-, dean and chapter,
-, see of,

Exeter College, Oxford,

extraparochial places, see Burroway;
-, Stonelands

Eynsham,
-, abbey,
-, abbot, n,
-, Eynsham Hall,
-, minster,
-, Swinford bridge,

Eynsham Brewery,

Eynsham weir,

Fabians,

Fairbeard, fam.,

Fairfax, Sir Thos.,

Fairford (Glos.),

fairs, see Bampton; Newbridge;
-, Standlake

Falkland, vctss., see Cary, Eliz.

Faringdon, Aelfsige of,

Faringdon, Great (formerly Berks.),
-, mkt.,

Faringdon, Little, see Langford

Faringdon hund. (Berks.),

Faringdon Primitive Methodist circuit,

Farley:
-, Thos., rector of Ducklington,
-, fam.,

Farr:
-, Wm. (d. 1623),
-, Wm. (d. 1691),
-, fam.,

Fawdrey, Mic.,

Feilden:
-, P. H. G.,
-, Sir Randle Guy,
-, fam., n,

Fell:
-, John, bp. of Oxford,
-, Marg., w. of Sam.,
-, Sam., dean of Christ Church, Ox-
-, ford,
-, fam.,

fellmongers, see leather

felons' goods,

Ferrars, Hen. de,

ferries,

Ferryman, fam.,

Ferur, Le, see Iremonger

Fettiplace:
-, Beatrice, see Talbot
-, Cecily, m. Edw. East,
-, Francis.,
-, John (d. 1510),
-, John (fl. 1524),
-, Philip,
-, Thos.,

Fielder, Col. John,

Fiennes:
-, Anne, w. of Hen., Ld. Saye and Sele,
-, Edw., de jure Ld. Saye and Sele,
-, Hen., Ld. Saye and Sele,
-, Marg., w. of Edw., m. Thos.
-, Neville,
-, Marg., w. of Wm., see Wykeham
-, Ric. (d. 1501), de jure Ld. Saye and
-, Sele,
-, Ric. (d. 1573), de jure Ld. Saye and
-, Sele,

Fiennes (cont.):
-, Wm., Ld. Saye and Sele,
-, fam.,

firebote,

fires and firefighting,
-, and see Bampton

fisher:
-, Hannah,
-, fam.,

fisheries and fishponds, and see under
-, names of particular places

fishermen,

fishmongers,

fishsilver,

Fitzherbert:
-, Dorothy, see East
-, Edw., and his w. Bridget,
-, Thos.,

FitzOsbern:
-, Rog., earl of Hereford,
-, Wm., earl of Hereford,
-, fam.,

FitzPeter, Geof.,

flanders, counts of, see Philip; Thierry

flax, see crops

Florey:
-, Chas.,
-, J. F.,
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Foliot, Rog.,

Folkes, John,

foot-and-mouth disease, see epidemics

football,

Ford:
-, Ralph at,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Fordingbridge (Hants), see Burgate
-, House

forester:
-, Bundi the, see Bundi
-, Rob. the, see Liddington
-, Rob. the, see Yelford, Rob. of (d.
-, 1293)

Forz, Isabel de, see Rivers

Foster:
-, Jas.,
-, Rob.,

Fox:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

France, see Bayeux; Bouvines; Paris;
-, Sees

franchises, and see ale; bread;
-, escheats; fairs; felons' goods;
-, frankpledge; gallows; infangthief;
-, markets; outfangthief; pillories;
-, royalty; tumbrels; waifs; wards;
-, withernam; writs

Francis:
-, Mary,
-, Ric.,

Franklin, John,

frankpledge, view of,

Frederick:
-, Eliz., m. - Snell,
-, Gascoigne,
-, John (d. 1739),
-, John (d. 1775),
-, Martha,
-, Mary,
-, Susannah,
-, fam.,

Frewen, Accepted, rector of Standlake,
-, abp. of York,

Frideswide, saint,
-, cult of,

friendly and benefit societies,

Friends (Quakers),

Frime, fam.,

fruit growing,

fruiterers,

Fuller (fuller):
-, John the, see John
-, fam.,

fullers and fulling, see mills: fulling;
-, textile industry

Fyfield (formerly Berks.),

Galian:
-, Bart., and his w. Joan,
-, Thos.,

gallows,

gamekeepers,

gardeners,

gas supply,

Gascoigne:
-, Dorothy, see Walwyn
-, Steph.,

Gaunt:
-, Alice, w. of Sim.,
-, Anne, m. Geo. Walwyn,
-, Geo.,
-, Joan,
-, John of (d. 1399), duke of Lancaster,
-, John (d. c. 1473),
-, Sim.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Gauwe (?), Rob., n

Geeves, see Jeeves

Geoffrey, s. of Rob. of Bourton,

Ghana (West Africa),

Gibbons, Jas.,

Gibewyn, Geof.,

Giffard:
-, Alice, ? m. Ric. Darcy,
-, Edm.,
-, Marg., w. of Edm.,
-, Osbert (fl. 1247 x 1304),
-, Osbert (d. 1290),
-, Rob.,
-, Sarah, w. of Osbert,
-, Wal.,
-, fam.,

Giles:
-, J. A.,
-, fam.,

Gill Mill, see Cogges

Gillett:
-, Chas.,
-, fam.,

Gillett and Co.,

Gillett and Johnston,

glass, painted or stained,

glaziers, see building trades

Gloucester, earl of,

Gloucester,
-, roads to,
-, St. Oswald's priory,

Gloucestershire, and see
-, Barrington hund.; Bourton on the
-, Water; Cheltenham; Cirencester;
-, Deerhurst; Fairford; Lechlade;
-, Moreton-in-Marsh; Slaughter
-, hund.; Southrop; Stow; Swell;
-, Tewkesbury; Widford

glovers and gloving, see leather

Glympton Park,

Goffe, Thos., n

Golafre:
-, Hugh,
-, Wm., n
-, fam., n

Goldsborough:
-, Ric. of (fl. 1309),
-, Ric. (d. 1504),
-, Ric. (d. 1508),
-, Ric. (fl. 1570),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Goldsborough (Yorks. W.R.),

goldsmith, Theoderic the, see
-, Theoderic

Golofers, see Aston and Cote: man.;
-, Ducklington: man.

Goodrich (Herefs.),

Gower:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Grafton, Geo.,

Grafton, see Langford

gravel extraction,

Gray, see Grey

Gray's Inn, see London

Great brook,

Great Western Rly.,

Green, fam.,

greens, see Ducklington; Lew;
-, Northmoor; Shifford

Greenshields, Thos.,

Greenway:
-, Hen. (d. c. 1640),
-, Hen., s. of above,
-, Thos.,

Greville:
-, John,
-, Sibyl, see Corbet

Grey (Gray):
-, Alice de, m. Alan of Buckland,
-, Ralph Hareng,
-, Anketil de (fl. 1086),
-, Anketil de (fl. 1150),
-, Bart., Ld. Grey,
-, Beatrice de, m. Rob. Mauduit,
-, Eliz., see Talbot
-, Eliz., w. of Rob., m. - Clinton,
-, - Russell,
-, Eve de, m. Ralph Murdac, And.
-, de Beauchamp,
-, Hen. (d. 1554), duke of Suffolk,
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1639), earl of Kent,
-, Isabel de,
-, Joan de (fl. 1246), m. Ernald de Boys,
-, Joan de (fl. 1316),
-, Joan de (d. 1408), m. - Deincourt,
-, John de (d. by 1192),
-, Sir John de (d. 1311),
-, John de (fl. 1327),
-, Sir John de (d. 1375), Ld. Grey,
-, John (fl. 1812),
-, Marg., w. of Sir John, m. Rob.
-, Morby,
-, Maud, m. - de Neville,
-, Sir Ralph de,
-, Ric. de,
-, Rob. de (fl. early 13th cent.),
-, Rob. de (fl. 1279),
-, Rob. de (d. 1388), Ld. Grey,
-, Sir Wal. de,
-, Wal. de, abp. of York,
-, fam.,

Grey of Rotherfield, barony,

Griffith, Geo. Sandham,

grocers,

Grove:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

gunmaker,

Gunnis, Gregory, rector of Yelford,

haberdashers,

Haddock, see Haydock

Haddon:
-, John of (fl. 1279),
-, John of (fl. 1324, ? another),
-, Rob. of, n

Haddon, Lower or Little (in Bampton),
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, chap.,
-, cts.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, settlement,
-, tithes,
-, corn rent,
-, trade and ind.,
-, woodland,

Haddon, Marsh, see Norton, Brize

Hadenham, John of,

Hadley (Salop.),

Hagbourne (formerly Berks.),

Hailey, see Witney

hair powder manufacture,

hairdresser,

Hale, John, rector of Northmoor,

Hall:
-, Rob. at,
-, Thos., and his w. Anne,

Hambidge, Ric.,

Hammond, Mainwaring, rector of
-, Ducklington,

Hampshire, see Borough Court;
-, Burgate House

Hanborough, rector of, see Holyman

Hanbury, Phil. of, rector of
-, Ducklington,

Hanks:
-, Dorothy, w. of John, m. John
-, Loder,
-, Jane, w. of Wm.,
-, John,
-, Tompson,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Harcourt:
-, Aubrey,
-, Edw. Wm.,
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Sim.,
-, Sir Phil.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sir Sim. (d. 1727), Vct. Harcourt,
-, Sim. (d. 1777), Earl Harcourt,
-, fam.,

Hardwick (in Ducklington),
-, agric.,
-, bdy.,
-, n
-, chap., see Cokethorpe
-, chars.,
-, cts., n,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fishery,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, tithes,
-, wake,

Hardwick-with-Yelford, civil par.,

Hareng:
-, Alice, see Grey
-, Ralph,

Harewood (Yorks. W.R.), see Rouge-
-, mont

harnessmakers, see leather

Harris:
-, Bart. (d. 1632),
-, Bart. (d. 1705),
-, Dan.,
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, Marg., w. of Edw., m. Wm. Hem-
-, ming,
-, Mollie,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (d. 1565),
-, Thos. (d. 1626),
-, Thos. (d. 1639),
-, Thos. (d. 1728),
-, fam.,

Harrison:
-, N. W.,
-, Rob., rector of Ducklington,

Hart, fam.,

Haskins, Ric.,

Hastings:
-, Agnes, w. of Thos. of,
-, Bart.,
-, Chas., rector of Yelford,
-, Dorothy, m. John Walwyn,
-, Edw.,
-, Francis, earl of Huntingdon,
-, Geo., earl of Huntingdon,
-, Joan, m. Benet of Blakenham,
-, John (d. 1542),
-, John (d. 1585),
-, John (d. 1629), n
-, John (fl. 1651),
-, Mary (d. c. 1533), see Hungerford
-, Mary (fl. 1629), see Pudsey
-, Miles of (d. c. 1305),
-, Miles of, grds. of above,
-, Phil. of (fl. 1221),
-, Phil. of (fl. late 13th cent.),
-, Roland (or Reynold) of,
-, Sim.,
-, Thos. of (d. c. 1306),
-, Thos. (d. 1361),
-, Thos. (fl. 1408),
-, Warren,
-, Wm. of,
-, fam.,

Hastings, honor of,

hat and cap making,

Hatford (formerly Berks.),

Hawkins:
-, Chas.,
-, Jas., rector of Ducklington,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Hawting, - ,

Hawtrey, Chas., vicar of Bampton,

haybote,

Haydock (Haddock):
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

hearthpenny,

hedgebote,

Hemming:
-, Jas.,
-, Marg., see Harris
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

hemp, see crops

Hems, Harry,

Henley,

Henry I,

Henry III,

Henry VII,

Henry VIII,

Hereford, earls of, see FitzOsbern

Hereford, diocese:
-, bp. of, see Losinga
-, Salop, archdeacon of, see Cooke,
-, Thos.

Herefordshire, see Goodrich

heriot,

Herle, John,

hermits, and see Standlake:
-, hermitage

Heron, John,

Hewes (or Calcott):
-, Hen.,
-, fam.,

Heyford, Upper,

Heywood, fam.,

Hickes, Ric.,

Hickman, Alf.,

hidage,

higglers and badgers,

Highmoor brook,

Hill:
-, Eleanor, see Laundels
-, John (fl. 1421),
-, John (d. 1696),
-, Sir Roland,

Hillingdon (Mdx.),

Hines, Wm.,

Hinton Waldrist (formerly Berks.),
-, Duxford,

Hippisley:
-, Hen. (d. 1838),
-, Hen. (fl. 1855),
-, Wm. Hen.,
-, fam.,

Hoards Park (in Astley Abbots, Salop.),

Hodges, Wm., vicar of Bampton,

Hodgkins:
-, Edm.,
-, Eliz., w. of Edm., n
-, fam.,

Holand, fam.,

Holand, Ld., see Lovel, Wm. (d. 1455)

Holcot, Rob., vicar of Bampton,

Holloway:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Holmes, Wm., president of St. John's
-, College, Oxford,

Holt (Leics.),

Holton:
-, G. H.,
-, fam.,

Holtom & Sons,

Holton,

Holyman, John, rector of Hanborough,
-, bp. of Bristol,

Home wood, see Standlake: woodland

Hook Norton, barony,

hops, see crops

Horbery, Mat., rector of Standlake,

Horde:
-, Alan (d. 1554),
-, Alan (d. 1603),
-, Alan (d. 1609),
-, Alan (fl. 1724),
-, Barbara,
-, Caroline,
-, Dorothy, w. of Alan, m. Sir Laur.
-, Taylor,
-, Frances,
-, Giles Palmer, see Palmer
-, Thos. (d. c. 1607),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1662),
-, Thos. (d. 1715),
-, his dau.,
-, Thos. (d. 1785),
-, fam.,

horses:
-, breeding,
-, trade,

Hosier:
-, D. C.,
-, fam.,

hosiery seller,

Hospitallers,

housebote,

Howard:
-, Alice, see Lovel
-, (later Talbot), Ld. Edm. Bernard,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, F. E.,
-, Thos. (d. 1524), duke of Norfolk,
-, Thos. (d. 1554), duke of Norfolk,

Howson, John, vicar of Bampton, bp.
-, of Oxford and Durham,

Hoye, Thos., vicar of Bampton,

Huckwell:
-, Jos. (d. 1682),
-, Jos. (fl. 1709),

Hudson, fam.,

Hugh le Tannare,

Hugh the miller,

Hughes, David, rector of Yelford,
-, n,

Hungerford:
-, Eleanor, see Moleyns
-, Mary, Baroness Botreaux, m. -
-, Hastings,
-, Sir Rob., Ld. Hungerford and Ld.
-, Moleyns,

Hunt:
-, E. G., vicar of Bampton,
-, ? Thos.,

Huntingdon, earls of, see Hastings,
-, Francis and Geo.

Huntingdonshire, see Diddington

hurdlemaker,

Hyatt, Wm.,

Hyde:
-, Edw., earl of Clarendon,
-, Eliz., w. of Ric.,
-, Mary, w. of Wm.,
-, Ric. (d. 1665),
-, Ric. (d. 1741),
-, Ric., s. of above,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Ilmington (Warws.), see Compton
-, Scorpion

inclosure, and see under names of
-, particular places

Independents,

India, governor-general of,

industries, trades, and professions, see
-, animal feed manufacture;
-, antiques; apothecaries; architects;
-, archivist; bakers; banks; barbers;
-, basketmaker; bonnet making;
-, bookbinders; booksellers; brewers;
-, brick making; building trades;
-, butchers; cabinet maker; carriers;
-, castrator; cattle trade; chandlers;
-, chapmen; charcoal burning;
-, cheese; chemists; clockmakers;
-, coal trade; coopers; confectioners;
-, corn dealers; cycle shops; dealers;
-, dentist; drapers; dressmakers;
-, engineering; fishermen; fishmon-
-, gers; fruiterers; gamekeepers;
-, gardeners; gravel extraction;
-, grocers; gunmaker; haberdashers;
-, hair powder manufacture;
-, hairdressers; hat and cap making;
-, higglers; horses; hosiery seller;
-, hurdlemaker; inland revenue
-, officer; innkeepers; lawyers;
-, leather industry; machinist;
-, malting; market gardening;
-, mercers; metal industry; milliners;
-, mills: millers and millwrights;
-, motor repairers; nailer; news-
-, agents; nursery; oil merchants;
-, physicians; pigs; printing; poultry;
-, road contractor; salt trade;
-, seedsman; servants; starch manu-
-, facturer; stationer; tailors; textile
-, industry; toll collector; toy trade;
-, undertakers; upholsterers; vet-
-, erinary surgeons; vintners; wagon
-, building; wheelwrights; wireless
-, repairer; woodmen

infangthief,

Inkforbye, Rog., rector of Standlake,

inland revenue officer,

innkeepers, publicans, victuallers,

intercommoning,

Iremonger (Le Ferur), fam.,

ironmongers, see metal

Ironmongers' Company,

Isabel (of Woodstock), dau. of Edw.
-, III,

Isle of Wight brook (Black water),

Isleworth (Mdx.), see Syon abbey

Italy, see Rome

Jackson:
-, Jos., vicar of Bampton Lew,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Jacobites,

James I, n

James II,

Jeeves (Geeves):
-, Margery, w. of Rob.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Jennens:
-, Mary, see Wiseman
-, Wm.,

Jesuits,

Jesus College, Oxford,

Jobson, Mic., and his w. Marg.,

John, king, as count of Mortain,

John the cooper,

John the fuller,

Johnson:
-, Martin,
-, Sam., vicar of Bampton,
-, Ursula,
-, fam.,

joiners, see building trades: carpenters

Jones:
-, Hen.,
-, John (d. by 1694),
-, John (d. 1875),
-, Wal.,
-, fam., n

Joy (Joye):
-, Edw.,
-, Hen., vicar of Bampton Lew,
-, Rob., vicar of Bampton, n,

Joyner, Geo.,

judges, see lawyers



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