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'Index: K-Z', A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 13: Bampton Hundred (Part One) (1996), pp. 226-234. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=15996 Date accessed: 20 August 2014.


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Keene:
-, Chris.,
-, Jas.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Kelmscott, see Broadwell

Kencot,

Kent:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Kent, earl of, see Grey, Sir Hen.

Kerby, C. L., vicar of Bampton,

Kidlington,

Kimber, fam.,

Kingston Bagpuize (formerly Berks.),

Kingston Lisle (in Sparsholt, formerly
-, Berks.),

Kingsway Lane,

Kirke, Rob.,

Kitzinger, Sheila,

Knipe, - ,

Lacy:
-, Ilbert de,
-, Rob. de,

Lambourn Place (in Lambourn,
-, Berks.),

Lancaster, duchy of,
-, duke of, see Gaunt, John of

land drainage,

Lands Improvement Co.,

Langford (formerly partly Berks.),
-, Faringdon, Little (formerly Berks.),
-, Grafton,
-, Radcot, n,

Langley, Wm. de, and his w. Alice,

Latham, John, rector of Yelford, n,

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury,

Laundels:
-, Eleanor, w. of Nic., m. John Hill,
-, John (d. 1361),
-, John, s. of above,
-, Nic.,
-, fam.,

laundering,

Laurence, see More, John de la

Lawley, Thos.,

lawyers, attorneys, solicitors,
-, judges, and
-, see Chancery

Lea, East, see Cokethorpe

Leach, riv.,

Leake:
-, Chas.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

leather industry,
-, bootmakers and repairers,
-, cobblers,
-, collarmakers,
-, cordwainers,
-, corviser,
-, curriers,
-, fellmongers,
-, glovers and gloving,
-, harnessmakers,
-, leather dressers,
-, saddlers,
-, shoemakers,
-, tanners and tanning,

Lechlade (Glos.),

Lee:
-, Edw., abp. of York,
-, H.,
-, Thos.,

Leforestier, Thos.,

Leicester, earl of,

Leicestershire, see Bosworth Field;
-, Holt; Loughborough

Leigh, Bessels (formerly Berks.),

Leigh, South,

Lenthall:
-, Edith, m. Hen. Ball (later Lenthall),
-, Edm. Hen.,
-, Edm. Kyffin,
-, Eliz., w. of Wm.,
-, (formerly Ball), Hen.,
-, Sir John (d. 1681),
-, John (d. 1763),
-, John (d. 1783),
-, Kath.,
-, Kyffin John Wm.,
-, Wm. (d. 1662), Speaker,
-, Wm. (d. 1687),
-, Wm. (d. 1781),
-, Wm. John,
-, fam.,

Levellers,

Lenvesey:
-, Eleanor, see Plessis
-, - ,

Leofric, bp. of Exeter,

Leofwine (fl. 10th cent.),

Leson, Wm., rector of Ducklington,

Lespicer, Edw.,

Leverett, Jas.,

Leveridge, fam.,

Lew (in Bampton), n, n,
-, plates
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, barrow, plate
-, bdy.,
-, chap.,
-, chars.,
-, ch., plate
-, Combe Hill,
-, cts.,
-, cross,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, glebe,
-, green,
-, heath,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, Lew Ho., n, plate
-, man.,
-, other est.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, poor ho.,
-, pop., n,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,
-, settlement,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, woodland,

Lew slade,

Leynham (or Plummer):
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., w. of Sir John,

librarian,

libraries and reading rooms,

Lichfield (Staffs.), cathedral,
-, precentor of,

Liddington, Rob. the forester of, and
-, his w. Denise,

Limesey, John de, rector of Standlake,
-, n

Lincoln, bps. of, and see
-, Wells, Hugh of

Lincoln College, Oxford,

Lincolnshire, see Spanby

Lindup, W. G.,

Linsey, Humph.,

Lisle, Sir Rob. de,

Lissett:
-, Jane,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Littleton, - ,

Lloyd Wheate (earlier Lloyd):
-, Eliz., see Western
-, Francis Sackville,

locks, see weirs

Lockton, fam.,

Loder:
-, Dorothy, see Hanks
-, John (fl. 1645),
-, John (d. 1701, ? the same),

Loggin, fam.,

Lollardy,

London,
-, as address,
-, Clements Inn,
-, Durham Yard,
-, Gray's Inn,
-, Middle Temple,
-, roads to,
-, St. Martin-in-the-Fields,
-, Westminster,
-, abbey, n
-, Palace, chapel of St. Stephen in,

Long:
-, E. T.,
-, Sir Ric.,
-, fam.,

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

Lord:
-, Chas.,
-, Chris.,
-, Thos., n
-, fam.,

Losinga, Rob., bp. of Hereford,

Loskey, Thos.,

Lott, F. E., vicar of Bampton Lew,

Loughborough (Leics.),

Lovel:
-, Alice (d. 1474), see Deincourt
-, Alice (d. 1518), Baroness Morley, m.
-, Wm. Parker, Sir Hen.
-, Howard,
-, Emma, n, n, n, n, n,
-, Francis (d. c. 1487), Ld. Lovel,
-, Francis (fl. 1524),
-, Hen., Ld. Morley,
-, Joan, w. of John, Ld. Lovel,
-, John (d. 1408), Ld. Lovel,
-, John (d. 1414), Ld. Lovel,
-, John (d. 1465), Ld. Lovel,
-, Maud, w. of John,
-, Sir Ralph,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. 1455), Ld. Lovel and Hol-
-, and,
-, Wm. (d. 1476), Ld. Morley,
-, fam.,

Lovett, Thos., rector of Standlake,

Lower Windrush, benefice,

Luckett, fam.,

Lucy, Godfrey de,

Lydall, Ric.,

machinist,

Mackarness, John Fielder, bp. of
-, Oxford,

Macray:
-, Kenneth,
-, W. D., rector of Ducklington,
-, fam.,

Magdalen College, Oxford,
-, chap.,

maize, see crops

Maldon (Essex), battle of,

malting and maltsters,
-, malthos.,
-, plate

Mander:
-, John,
-, Sara,
-, Mrs.,

Mandeville, Wm. de, earl of Essex,

Maningham:
-, Eleanor, see Moleyns
-, Sir Oliver,

March, earldom of,
-, earls, see Mortimer

Marchant (Merchant):
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Marden, East (Suss.),

market gardening,

markets, and see Bampton; Far-
-, ingdon, Great; Oxford; Standlake;
-, Witney

Marlborough, duke of, see Churchill

Marsh, Ric.,

Marsh Haddon, see Norton, Brize:
-, Haddon

Marsh Haddon brook, see Norton ditch

Marshall:
-, J.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Marston, Butlers (Warws.),

Martin (Martyn):
-, (later Martin Atkins), Edwin,
-, Kath., w. of Thos.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1497- 9),
-, Thos. (d. 1714),
-, fam.,

Mary the Virgin, saint:
-, cult of,
-, shrine of,

masons, see building trades

Matthew, count of Boulogne,
-, his dau.,

Matthew, Chas.,

Maud, empress,

Mauduit:
-, Agnes, w. of Sir John, m. Sir Thos.
-, de Bradeston,
-, Beatrice, see Grey
-, Gilles, m. John de Moleyns,
-, Sir John (d. 1302),
-, Sir John (d. 1347),
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Maynard, John,

Mayne:
-, Edw.,
-, Jos.,

maypole, see customs

Meadow brook,

meadows:
-, common or lot, n,
-, water meadows (artificial),

Mears, Thos.,

Mears and Stainbank,

Meaux:
-, Alice de, w. of Thos.,
-, John de,
-, Thos. de (d. 1361),
-, Thos. de (fl. 1370),

Medhopp:
-, Hen.,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Medley brook,

mercers,

Merchant, see Marchant

Mercia,

Merke, Thos., bp. of Carlisle,

metal industry:
-, brazier,
-, ironmongers,
-, metal polishing,
-, plumbers,
-, smiths,
-, tinman,

Methodists,
-, Primitive Methodists,
-, United Methodist Church,

Mid-Oxfordshire Gas and Water Co.,

Middle Temple, see London

Middlesex, see Ashford Lodge;
-, Clapham; Hillingdon; London;
-, Syon abbey

Middleton, Thos.,

Mill (Milk) brook,

Miller (miller):
-, David,
-, Hugh the, see Hugh
-, John,

millers, see mills

milliners,

mills:
-, boulting mill,
-, corn mills,
-, feed mill,
-, fulling mills,
-, millers,
-, n,
-, millwrights,
-, sieving mill,
-, tucking mill,
-, windmills,
-, and see under names of particular
-, places

Milton, Great, stone from,

Minchin:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Minster Lovell,
-, Minster, Little,

moats,
-, plates

Moleyns:
-, Eleanor de, m. Sir Rob. Hunger-
-, ford, Sir Oliver Maningham,
-, Gilles de, see Mauduit
-, John de,
-, Margery de, w. of Wm. de,
-, Ric. de,
-, Sir Wm. de (d. 1381),
-, Wm. de (d. 1425),
-, Wm. de (d. 1429),
-, his w., n
-, fam.,

Moleyns, Ld., see Hungerford, Sir
-, Rob.

Monk, Wm.,

Monmouth's rebellion,

Montagu, Wm., earl of Salisbury,

Montfort:
-, Edm.,
-, Sim. de,

Morby:
-, Marg., see Grey
-, Rob.,

More:
-, Ann, m. - Vaughan,
-, Ellen, w. of John,
-, Hester, w. of Wm.,
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Thos. de la,
-, John of (fl. 1229), rector of North-
-, moor,
-, (or Laurence), John de la (fl. 1279),
-, (or Laurence), John de la (fl. 1306, ?
-, the same),
-, (or Laurence), John de la (fl. 1330, ?
-, the same),
-, John (d. 1493),
-, John (d. 1542),
-, John (d. 1566),
-, John (fl. 1608),
-, Rob.,
-, Sir Thos. de la (or at) (fl. 1340),
-, Thos. de la (d. c. 1393),
-, Thos. (fl. 1418), rector of North-
-, moor,
-, Thos. de la (or at) (d. by 1424,
-, another),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1535),
-, Thos. (d. 1561),
-, Wm. (d. 1608),
-, Wm. (d. 1612), vicar of Northmoor,
-, fam.,

Moreton, see Northmoor

Moreton-in-Marsh (Glos.),

Morley:
-, Baroness, see Lovel, Alice (d. 1518)
-, Ld., see Lovel, Hen. and Wm. (d.
-, 1476); Parker, Hen.

Morris dancing, see customs

Mortain, count of, see John

Mortimer:
-, Edm. (d. 1381), earl of March,
-, Edm. (d. 1425), earl of March,
-, Rog. (d. 1360), earl of March,
-, Rog. (d. 1398), earl of March,

Moseley, fam.,

motor repairers and manufacturers,

Moulden:
-, Edw.,
-, John,

Moulder, fam.,

Mountain:
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Mountford, Mary,

mumming, see customs

Murdac:
-, Eve, see Grey
-, Ralph,

Nabbs:
-, Wm. (fl. 1660), and his w. Kath.,
-, Wm. (d. 1690, ? another),

nailer,

Nalder:
-, John (d. 1797),
-, John (d. 1850),
-, Noble Kent,
-, Sarah,
-, fam.,

Napkyn, Thos.,

Napper, - le,

National Agricultural Labourers'
-, Union,

Nelson, John,

Nethercott, John,

Neville:
-, And. de,
-, Jolland de,
-, Marg., see Fiennes
-, Maud de, see Grey
-, Ric., earl of Warwick,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

New College, Oxford,

New Zealand,

Newbridge (partly in Northmoor),
-, plate
-, bridge hermits, see Standlake: her-
-, mitage
-, causeway,
-, fairs,
-, wharf,

Newburgh:
-, Marg. de, ctss. of Warwick, m. John
-, de Plessis,
-, Thos. de, earl of Warwick,

Newcome, Hen., rector of Yelford,

Newman, fam.,

newsagents,

Niel, chaplain or rector of Ducklington,

Nisbet, R. C.,

Norfolk, dukes of, and see Howard,
-, Thos.

Norfolk, see Barton Bendish

Norreys, Sir Hen.,

North:
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Thos.,

Northampton, battle of,

Northamptonshire, and see
-, Northampton; Oundle; Welling-
-, borough; Wicken

Northmoor,
-, plates
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, Bablock Hythe,
-, plate
-, bdy.,
-, bridges, and see Newbridge
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, ch. hos.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fairs, see Newbridge
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fisheries and fishponds,
-, glebe,
-, greens,
-, inc.,
-, inns, plate
-, man.,
-, other est.,
-, Manor Fm.,
-, plate
-, man. ho.,
-, mills,
-, Moreton,
-, fields,
-, place name,
-, Newbridge, q.v.
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, perp. curates, and see Dennis
-, places name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Ramsey,
-, rectors,
-, rectory est.,
-, rectory ho. (Rectory Fm.),
-, plate
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage ho., plate
-, vicars, and see Tuck-
-, well
-, water supply and drainage,
-, wharf, see Newbridge
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Northmoor and Stanton Harcourt
-, Drainage Board,

Norton, Brize,
-, airfield,
-, Astrop,
-, Haddon, Marsh,
-, roads to,
-, stone from,
-, and see Bampton Station

Norton, Chipping,
-, Norton, Cold, priory, n

Norton, Hook, see Hook Norton

Norton ditch (Marsh Haddon brook),

Nottinghamshire, see Stoke

Nuffield College, Oxford, n

Nuneham Courtenay,

nursery (horticultural),

Oakey, Rob.,

Odiham (Hants), see Borough Court

Odo, bp. of Bayeux,

oil merchants,

Oldacre, W. J., Ltd.,

Onley:
-, Edw.,
-, Frances, see Brereton

oratories and private chapels,

Oriel College, Oxford,

Osborn (Osborne):
-, John, vicar of Bampton,
-, Wm., vicar of Bampton,

Osney (Oseney), see Oxford

Oundle (Northants.),

outfangthief,

Owen, Hugh, vicar of Bampton,

Owertayn, David,

Oxford, n,
-, All Saints' ch., n
-, as address,
-, Binsey,
-, carriers to,
-, castle, and see Oxford: St.
-, George's
-, Civil War,
-, mkt.,
-, New Road Baptist ch.,
-, nonconf.,
-, Osney (Oseney):
-, abbey,
-, North Osney man.,
-, Oxford Eye Hosp.,
-, Radcliffe Infirmary,
-, river transport to,
-, roads to,
-, St. George's in the Castle,
-, St. Martin's ch.,
-, St. Michael at the Northgate ch.,

Oxford, diocese,
-, archdeacon,
-, bishopric,
-, bps. of, and
-, see Fell, John; Howson; Mackar-
-, ness; Fell, John; Howson; Mackar-
-, ness; Secker; Underhill; Wilber-
-, force
-, Board of Patronage,
-, cathedral,

Oxford, university,
-, and see
-, Balliol; Christ Church; Corpus
-, Christi; Exeter; Jesus; Lincoln;
-, Magdalen; New College; Nuffield;
-, Oriel; Queen's; Regent's Park; St.
-, John's; Wadham

Oxford Angling and Preservation
-, Society,

Oxfordshire,
-, County Council,
-, county prosecution association,
-, deputy lieutenant,
-, escheator,
-, J.P.s,
-, M.P.s,
-, sheriffs,
-, shire cts.,
-, tax collectors,
-, uprising (1398),

Oxfordshire, West, see West Oxford-
-, shire

paedobaptists, see Baptists

painters, see building trades

Palmer:
-, (later Palmer Horde), Giles,
-, John,
-, fam.,

pannage,

Paris, St. Denis abbey,

Parker:
-, Alice, see Lovel
-, E. M. M.,
-, F. E.,
-, Hen., Ld. Morley,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

parks, and see
-, Cokethorpe: Cokethorpe Pk.;
-, Ducklington: Barley Pk.; Stand-
-, lake

Parles, Eliz., see Dive

parliament:
-, M.P.s, see Oxfordshire
-, parliamentarians (Civil War),
-, Speaker, see Lenthall, Wm.

Particular Baptists, see Baptists

Pates, Wm.,

Paulinus, John,

payments and rights, customary,
-, and see aid; certainty;
-, churchscot; cornbote; firebote;
-, fishsilver; haybote; hedgebote;
-, hidage; hearthpenny; heriot;
-, housebote; pannage; Peter's Pence;
-, quitrents; scutage; tallage; toll
-, corn; wardpenny

Pearce, John,

Peck:
-, Thos. (fl. 1799),
-, Thos. (d. 1814, ? the same),
-, fam.,

Peisley:
-, Bart.,
-, fam.,

Pembrey:
-, Rebecca,
-, Sarah,
-, fam.,

Pembroke, earls of, see Valence

perambulation (of bdies.), see customs

Pereson, John, rector of Ducklington,

Perrott, see Wykeham, Marg. and Sir
-, Thos. and Wm. (d. 1457)

Perry, John,

Peter's Pence,

Pettifer:
-, Jas.,
-, Wm., rector of Standlake,

Peverel the priest,

Philip, count of Flanders,

Philippa, queen of Edw. III,

Philips:
-, John,
-, Steph., vicar of Bampton,

Phoenix Insurance Co.,

physicians, surgeons, and doctors,

pigs:
-, farming,
-, and see pannage
-, trade,

pilgrimages,

pillories,

Pinkney, J. H.,

Pinnell:
-, Anne, m. - Sammon,
-, John, rector of Ducklington,

Pinnock:
-, Percival,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

plague, see epidemics

Plantagenet, Ric., duke of York,

Plaster, Rob.,

Plasterer, Wm.,

Plessis:
-, Eleanor, m. - Lenvesey,
-, Hugh de (d. 1349),
-, Hugh de (d. 1363),
-, John de (d. 1263), earl of Warwick,
-, John de (d. c. 1354),
-, John de (fl. 1372),
-, Marg. de, see Newburgh
-, fam.,

Pleydell:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Plot, Rob.,

plumbers, see metal

Plummer, see Leynham

Plymyswode, Thos., vicar of Bampton,

poaching,

Pogeys, see Pugeys

police, and see Bampton

Pollard, Phillippe,

Ponz, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Poor Law Commissioners,

Post Office,
-, postmasters,

poultry:
-, farming, n,
-, trade,

Poynings, fam., n

prehistoric remains, and see burial
-, grounds; and under names of
-, particular places

Presbyterians,

Prideaux, John, vicar of Bampton and
-, bp. of Worcester,

priest, Peveral the, see Peverel

Primitive Methodists, see Methodists

printing and printers,

Prior, Wm.,

prison, see Bampton

professions, see industries

protestant nonconformity, see Baptists;
-, Congregationalists; Friends;
-, Independents; Methodists;
-, Presbyterians; Salvation Army

Pryce:
-, Anna Maria, see Warcupp
-, Ric.,

Pudsey:
-, Mary, m. Sim. Hastings, John
-, Berrow,
-, fam.,

Pugeys (Pogeys):
-, Alice, w. of Thos., m. Ric. de
-, Waleden,
-, Eliz., w. of Peter, m. Nic. del
-, Spense,
-, Imbert,
-, Peter,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

punitive instruments, see Bampton:
-, prison; cucking stool; gallows;
-, pillories; stocks; tumbrels;
-, whipping post

Puseyism,

Putlesley (Puttesley), see Ducklington

Puttes, see Clanfield

Puttesley, Rob.,

Quakers, see Friends

Quatremayns, fam.,

Queen Anne's Bounty,

Queen's College, Oxford,

Quinney, fam.,

quitrents,

Rack End, see Standlake

Radborne:
-, Rob. (d. 1557),
-, Rob., s. of above,
-, Thos.,

Radclyffe, fam.,

Radcot, see Langford

Radcot bridge,

Radley (formerly Berks.),

railways, see East Gloucestershire;
-, Great Western; Witney Railway;
-, and under names of particular places

Rainsborough, Thos.,

Ramsey, fam.,

Ramsey, see Northmoor

Ranckell:
-, Hen.,
-, Peter,

Ravenor and Cuthbert,

Raysaker, Thos., rector of Duck-
-, lington, and see Reyser

Reading (Berks.), abbey,

reading rooms, see libraries

Reed, Thos.,

refugees and evacuees,

Regent's Park College, Oxford,

Reynolds:
-, John,
-, Wm., vicar of Bampton, and his w.,

Reyser (? Raysaker), Sir Ric. (? Thos.),

Richard, earl of Cornwall,

Richards, Geo., vicar of Bampton,

Ricketts, fam.,

riots and disturbances,
-, and see
-, Monmouth's rebellion; Oxford-
-, shire: uprising; Throckmorton
-, plot

river transport,
-, and see ferries; weirs

Rivers:
-, Baldwin de, earl of Devon,
-, Isabel de, ctss. of Devon and lady of
-, Wight, m. Wm. de Forz,

road contractor,

roads:
-, ancient,
-, and see
-, Abingdon Lane; Barcote way;
-, Kingsway Lane; Wood Lane
-, Roman,
-, salt ways,
-, turnpikes,
-, and see under names of particular
-, places

Robert, chaplain of Cokethorpe,
-, and see Cokethorpe, Rob. of

Roberts, John,

Robins, Levi,

'Rocote' (Berks.), n

Roger (? d'Oilly) (fl. 1086),

Rolfe, Clapton Crabb,

Roman Catholicism,
-, and see under names of
-, particular places

Roman remains, and see under names
-, of particular places

Rome,

Rose, Jas.,

Rosewell, Rog.,

Rougemont (in Harewood, Yorks.
-, W.R.),

Rousham,

Rowe, fam.,

Royal Air Force,

Royal Signals Regiment,

royalists (Civil War),

royalty (franchise),

Rudge, fam.,

Rudhall:
-, Abraham,
-, Thos.,

Rushey, Ralph,

Rushey, see Bampton

Russell, Eliz., see Grey

Rutland, see Cottesmore

Rycote,

saddlers, see leather

Sadler, Tobias,

sainfoin, see crops

St. Denis abbey, see Paris

St. John's College, Cambridge,

St. John's College, Oxford,
-, chap.,
-, president, see Holmes

St. Louis (Missouri, U.S.A.),

St. Martin-in-the-Fields, seeLondon

St. Philibert:
-, Alice de, see Blakenham
-, Hugh de,
-, John de (d. 1333),
-, John de (fl. 1346),
-, fam.,

Salford,

Salisbury, bps. of,

Salisbury, earl of, and see Montagu

Salop, archdeacon of, see Cooke, Thos.

salt trade,

Salter, Ric., rector of Standlake,

Salvation Army,

Sammon, Anne,see Pinnell

Sammons, fam.,

Sandelands, fam.,

Saunder:
-, S.A.,
-, Sam.,

Saunders:
-, (or Standish), Jas.,
-, (or Standish), Joan, see Spanby
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Savile:
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1626),
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1695),
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, see Talbot
-, Sir Wm.,

sawyers, see building trades

Saye and Sele, Lds., see Fiennes

Scott:
-, John Oldrid,
-, Sam., and his w. Eliz.,

scutage,

Seacole, fam.,

seamstresses, see dressmakers

Secker, Thos., bp. of Oxford,

seedsman,

Sé es (Orne, France):
-, cathedral,
-, priory,

Sely, fam.,

serjeanties,

servants, domestic,

services, customary,

settlement,
-, Anglo-Saxon,
-, villages, deserted or shrunk,
-, and see under names of particular
-, places

Sharney brook,

Shaw, fam.,

shearmen, see textile industry

sheep, breeds:
-, Berkshire,
-, Hampshire Down,
-, Oxford Down,

sheep farming,

Shellingford (Berks.),

Sheppard:
-, Ambrose,
-, Eliz., see Edwards

Shifford (in Bampton),
-, plate
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, bridges,
-, chap.,
-, chaplains,
-, chars.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, feasts,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, green,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, other est.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mills,
-, New Shifford Fm.,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, settlement,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, woodland,

Shifford brook,

Shifford lock cut,

Shill brook,

Shilton (formerly Berks.),

Shipton under Wychwood,

Shirley, Edw.,

shoemakers, see leather

Shorey, Jos.,

Shorter:
-, Nic., curate and later rector of
-, Standlake,
-, fam.,

Shrewsbury:
-, duke of, see Talbot, Chas. (d. 1718)
-, earls of, and see Talbot

Shrewsbury (Salop.),

Shropshire, see Hadley; Hoards Park;
-, Shrewsbury

Sifrewast, Nic.,

Signet, see Burford: Upton

Silver, Thos., perp. curate of
-, Northmoor,

Slater, Humph., n

Slaughter, see Bacon, Eliz. and Thos.

Slaughter hund. (Glos.),

Slyngar, Geof., n

Smallpage:
-, Anne,
-, Percival,
-, Thos.,

smallpox, see epidemics

Smith:
-, Edw., n
-, Eliz., see Edwards
-, Wm. (d. 1514), bp. of Lincoln,
-, Wm. Angell (fl. late 19th cent.),
-, - ,
-, fam.,

Smith, John, and sons,

smiths, see metal

Snell:
-, Eliz., see Frederick
-, Thos. (d. 1717), vicar of Bampton,
-, Thos. (d. 1758), vicar of Bampton,

Snoddenham, fam.,

solicitors, see lawyers

Somerford, Little (Wilts.),

Somerset, and see Wells

Southby:
-, Phil.,
-, fam.,

Southcott, John,

Southmoor (formerly Berks.), see
-, Longworth

Southrop (Glos.),

Southwode, John, vicar of Bampton,

Souwy, Thos.,

Spanby:
-, Art.,
-, Joan., m. Jas. Saunders (or Stan-
-, dish),
-, fam.,

Spanby (Lincs.),

Sparrowhawk, fam.,

Sparsholt (formerly Berks.), see
-, Kingston Lisle

Spencer, Sam.,

Spense:
-, Eliz. del, see Pugeys
-, Nic. del,

Sperrinke, Thos.,

Spiers, fam.,

Spigurnel, Thos., and his w. Cath.,

spinning, see textile industry

sports and pastimes, see archery;
-, backsword; cricket; football;
-, steeplechasing; theatre

Spring Hill (in Broadway, Worcs.),

springs, see wells

Spurrett, Thos.,

Staffordshire, see Elford; Lichfield

Stampe, Thos.,

Standard, Wm., vicar of Bampton,

Standish, see Saunders, Jas.; Spanby,
-, Joan

Standlake, Hugh of,

Standlake,
-, plates
-, adv.,
-, agric., n,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, Breaches,
-, bridges,
-, Brighthampton, q.v.
-, Brittenton, see Brighthampton
-, chantry ho.,
-, chap.,
-, chaplains,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, plate
-, Cokethorpe, q.v.
-, cts.,
-, ct. ho.,
-, curates,
-, and see Shorter, Nic.
-, dom. archit.,
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, feasts,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, Gaunt Ho.,
-, plate
-, glebe,
-, hermitage,
-, inc.,
-, inns, plate
-, the Lawns, n,
-, Lincoln Fm.,
-, man., n,
-, Golofers, see Cokethorpe: man.
-, other est.,
-, man. hos.,
-, plate
-, mkt.,
-, mills, n,
-, plate
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, pk.,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Rack End,
-, rly.,
-, rectors,
-, and see Shorter, Nic.
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, settlement,
-, Standlake Manor,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, vestry,
-, village hall,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, woodland, n,
-, Boys wood,
-, n
-, plate
-, Home (Cokethorpe) wood,
-, Standlake wood,
-, workho.,

Standlake brook,

Standlake Drainage Board,

Standley:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Peter,

Stanford-in-the-Vale (formerly Berks.),

Stanley:
-, Edw. (d. 1572), earl of Derby,
-, Edw. (fl. 1586),
-, Ferdinando, earl of Derby,
-, Wm., earl of Derby,
-, fam.,

Stanton Harcourt,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, ch.,
-, Sutton,
-, West End,

Staples-Brown, F. and M.,

starch manufacture,

Starkey, Sim.,

Startup, see Bartlett

stationer,

Steede, Eliz., n

steeplechasing,

Stennett:
-, Jos. (d. 1769),
-, Jos. (fl. 1798),

Stephen, king,

Stephens (Stevens):
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

stints,

stock farming,

Stockley, see Asthall

stocks, n,

Stoke (Notts.), battle of,

Stokes, fam.,

Stone:
-, Jas.,
-, Sir John,
-, Ric.,
-, Steph.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Stonehouse:
-, Eliz. (d. c. 1655),
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., m. Nic. Bowell,
-, Wm. (d. 1660),
-, Wm., s. of above, n,
-, fam.,

Stonelands (extra-parochial),

Stopes:
-, Jas.,
-, Leonard, vicar of Northmoor,

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

Strafford, earl of, see Wentworth

Strainge, fam.,

Stratford-on-Avon (Warws.),

strays, see waifs

Strickland:
-, Cath., see Thornhill
-, Frances, m. Chas. Cottrell-Dormer,
-, Frances, see Western
-, Wal. (d. 1839),
-, Wal. (d. 1870),
-, fam.,

Stubbs, Frances,

Sudeley, Lady, see Deincourt, Alice

Suffolk, duke of, see Brandon; Grey,
-, Hen. (d. 1554)

surgeons, see physicians

Surrey, see Croydon; Ewell

Sussex, see Marden

Sutton, see Stanton Harcourt

Swalcliffe,

Swell, Lower (Glos.),

Swinbrook,

Swinford bridge, see Eynsham

Swingburn:
-, Mary,
-, fam.,

Sydenham, fam.,

Symond, Wm., rector of Standlake,

Syon abbey (in Isleworth, Mdx.),

Tailor, see Taylor

tailors,

Talbot:
-, Ankaret,
-, Beatrice, w. of Gilb., m. Thos.
-, Fettiplace,
-, Bertram Arthur, 17th earl of Shrews-
-, bury,
-, Chas. (d. 1718), duke of Shrewsbury,
-, Chas. (d. 1827), 15th earl of Shrews-
-, bury,
-, Ld. Edm. Bernard, see Howard
-, Edw., 8th earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Hen. Grey,
-, Eliz., w. of Geo. (d. 1538),
-, Eliz., w. of Geo. (d. 1590),
-, Eliz., w. of Ric., see Comyn
-, Francis, 11th earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Geo. (d. 1538), 4th earl of Shrews-
-, bury,

Talbot (cont.):
-, Geo. (d. 1590), 6th earl of Shrews-
-, bury,
-, Geo. (d. 1733),
-, Geo. (d. 1787), 14th earl of Shrews-
-, bury,
-, Gilb. (d. 1387), Ld. Talbot,
-, Gilb. (d. 1418), Ld. Talbot,
-, Gilb. (d. 1616), 7th earl of Shrews-
-, bury,
-, Grace, m. Hen. Cavendish,
-, (Chetwynd-Talbot), Hen. John, 18th
-, earl of Shrewsbury,
-, John (d. 1453), 1st earl of Shrews-
-, bury and of Waterford,
-, John (d. 1460), 2nd earl of Shrews-
-, bury,
-, John (d. 1473), 3rd earl of Shrews-
-, bury,
-, John (d. 1852), 16th earl of Shrews-
-, bury,
-, Mary, m. - Savile,
-, Ric. (d. 1356), Ld. Talbot,
-, Ric. (d. 1396), Ld. Talbot,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

tallage,

Tanfield, Sir. Laur.,

Tanner (Tannare):
-, Hugh le, see Hugh
-, John,

tanners, see leather

Taunt:
-, F. W.,
-, Hen.,

Taylor (Tailor):
-, Dorothy, see Horde
-, Hen.,
-, J.,
-, Sir Laur.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Taynton,
-, stone from,

Tempest, Thos.,

Temple, Cuthbert,

Terry, fam.,

Tewkesbury (Glos.), abbey,

textile industry,
-, blanket making,
-, carding,
-, chaloner,
-, cloth trade,
-, clothiers,
-, clothworkers,
-, comb maker,
-, dyers, n
-, fullers, and see mills:
-, fulling
-, nappers,
-, shearmen,
-, spinning,
-, tuckers, and see mills: tucking
-, weavers and weaving,
-, webbers,
-, and see wool

Thame Park (in Thame),

Thames, riv.,
-, plates
-, as bdy.,
-, crossings of,
-, finds in,
-, and see river transport

Thames Commissioners,

Thames Conservancy Catchment
-, Board,

thatchers, see building trades

theatre,

Theoderic the goldsmith,

Thierry, count of Flanders,

Thompson, Geo.,

Thornhill, Cath., m. Wal. Strickland,

Thornhill (Yorks. W.R.),

Throckmorton:
-, Mary, see Yate
-, Sir Rob.,
-, fam.,

Throckmorton plot, n

Thurward, John,

Tillesley, Edm., vicar of Northmoor,

timber framing, see building materials

tinman, see metal

Tirrell, Thos., and his w. Alice,

tobacco, see crops

toll collector,

toll corn,

Tomkins:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Townsend (Townesend):
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

toy trade,

Tozer, Rob.,

trades, see industries

tradesmen's tokens,

Trafford, fam., n

Tremaine, Thos., and his w. Ruth,

Tresham, Wm.,

Tresilian, Sir Rob.,

Trilling, fam.,

Tristram, Chris., rector of Duck-
-, lington,

trousermakers, see dressmakers

tuckers, see textile industry

Tuckwell, Lewis, rector of Standlake,
-, vicar of Northmoor,

Tudor, Jasper, duke of Bedford,

Tull, John,

tumbrels,

Turner, fam.,

turnips, see crops

Twyford:
-, Edw. (fl. 1372),
-, Edw. (fl. 1666),
-, Eliz., see Dive

Tyrling:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Underhill, John, vicar of Bampton, bp.
-, of Oxford,

undertakers,

United Methodist Church, see
-, Methodists

Unton, Alex.,

upholsterers,

Upton, John, see Cottrell-Dormer

Upton, see Burford

Urchfont (Wilts.), see Eastcott

Usher & Kelly,

Valence:
-, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke,
-, Wm. de, earl of Pembroke,
-, fam.,

Vaughan, Ann, see More

Vavasour, Thos.,

Venables, Ric.,

veterinary surgeons,

Veysey:
-, Anne, w. of Rob.,
-, Christian, w. of Rob.,
-, John (d. 1554), bp. of Exeter, n
-, John (fl. 1718),
-, Rob. (d. 1635),
-, Rob. (d. 1666),
-, Rob. (d. 1700),
-, Rob., s. of above,
-, Sunnybank,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

villages, deserted, see settlement

vintners, wine and spirit merchants,

Wadard (fl. 1086), n,

Wadham College, Oxford,

Waefelaer, Gerard,

wagon building,

waifs and strays,

Wainwright, Edw.,

Waleden:
-, Alice, see Pugeys
-, Ric. de,

Walkelin, Sim.,

Walker:
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm. Jos.,

wall paintings,

Waller, Sir Wm.,

Wallingford (formerly Berks.), priory,
-, n

Wallis, fam.,

Walsingham, Sir Francis,

Walter son of Ponz,

Walter:
-, Eliz., m. - West,
-, John (d. 1640),
-, John (fl. 1886),
-, Julian,
-, fam.,

Walwyn:
-, Ann, see Gaunt
-, Dorothy, m. - Gascoigne,
-, Dorothy, see Hastings
-, Edm.,
-, Edw. (fl. 1439),
-, Edw. (fl. 1544 x 1592),
-, Edw. (fl. 1623, another),
-, Geo. (d. by 1544),
-, Geo. (d. 1609),
-, John (fl. 1554),
-, John (d. 1628),
-, Mary, w. of Geo.,
-, Nic.,
-, Phil.,
-, fam.,

Wanborough (Wilts.),

Wansell, Nic.,

Wantage (formerly Berks.),

Warcupp:
-, Anna Maria, m. - Pryce,
-, Sir Edm.,

Ward:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

wardpenny,

wards,

Warwick:
-, ctss. of, see Newburgh, Marg. de
-, earls of, see Beauchamp, Ric.;
-, Dudley; Neville, Ric.; New-
-, burgh, Thos. de

Warwickshire, see Birmingham;
-, Compton; Coughton; Coventry;
-, Marston; Stratford

watchmakers, see clockmakers

Waterford, earl of, see Talbot, John (d.
-, 1453)

Waterhouse, Ann,

Waynflete, Wm., bp. of Winchester,

Weald, see Bampton

Weald, East, see Claywell

Weale, Thos.,

Weaver, fam.,

weavers, see textile industry

Webb, Sidney,

Webber, fam.,

Webley:
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Weeks:
-, A. G.,
-, fam.,

weirs and locks,

well, at, see Atwell

Wellingborough (Northants.),

Wells, Hugh of, bp. of Lincoln,

Wells (Som.), cathedral,

wells and springs, holy or medicinal,
-, and
-, see Bampton: Lady well

Wenman:
-, Ann, w. of Sir Francis,
-, Cath., w. of Sir Ric., m. 2 Jas. Bertie,
-, Francis Wroughton,
-, Sir Francis (d. 1640),
-, Sir Francis (d. 1680),
-, Phil., Vct. Wenman,
-, Ric. (d. 1534),
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1690), Vct. Wenman,
-, fam.,

Wentworth, Sir Thos., earl of
-, Strafford,

Wessex,
-, kings of, see Alfred; Cynegils

Wessex Electric Co.,

West:
-, Eliz., see Walter
-, Jos., rector of Standlake,
-, Nic., rector of Yelford, bp. of Ely,

West End, see Stanton Harcourt

West Oxfordshire district,

Western:
-, Eliz., w. of Max.,
-, Eliz., m. Francis Sackville Lloyd
-, Wheate,
-, Frances, m. Wal. Strickland,
-, Max. (d. 1764),
-, Max. (d. 1795),
-, Max. (d. 1801),
-, fam.,

Westminster, see London

Weston, Thos.,

Westwell,

wharfs, and see Bampton;
-, Newbridge

Wheate, see Lloyd Wheate

Wheeler, Hen.,

wheelwrights,

whipping post,

Whitaker:
-, Edw.,
-, Fred. (d. 1854),
-, Sir Fred. (d. 1891),
-, fam.,

White (Whyte):
-, Francis,
-, John, vicar of Bampton,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam., n

Whitsun ales, see customs

Whyte, see White

Wicken (Northants.),

Widford (formerly Glos.),

Wight, lady of, see Rivers, Isabel de

Wight, Isle of,

Wilberforce, Sam., bp. of Oxford,

Wilkinson:
-, Geo.,
-, Wm.,

Willear:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

William I,

William, parson of East Lea,

Williams:
-, Benj.,
-, Sir David (d. 1613),
-, David (fl. 1635),
-, Ebenezer,
-, Eliz., see Carew
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, Sir John (fl. 1547),
-, John (fl. c. 1704),
-, Jos.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wilmot, Leonard,

Wilsden:
-, Edwin,
-, fam.,

Wilshire:
-, Rog.,
-, Thos.,

Wilton (Wilts.),

Wiltshire, and see Eastcott;
-, Edington; Somerford; Wan-
-, borough; Wilton

Winchester, bps. of, and see
-, Waynflete; Wykeham, Wm. of

Windrush, Lower, see Lower Wind-
-, rush

Windrush, riv.,
-, plate

wine merchants, see vintners

Winstanley, J. R., vicar of Bampton,

Winter, fam.,

wireless repairer,

Wirlak' (Wytherlak'),

Wise:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wiseman, Mary, m. Wm. Jennens,

withernam, pleas of,

Witley, Thos.,

Witney,
-, as address,
-, boro.,
-, bdy.,
-, carriers to,
-, Caswell,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, Crawley,
-, Curbridge,
-, feast,
-, Hailey,
-, Delly End (Denleghe),
-, ind.,
-, man.,
-, mkt.,
-, nonconf.,
-, poor relief,
-, rly.,
-, rector,
-, roads to,
-, schs.,
-, stone from,

Witney and Faringdon Methodist
-, circuit,

Witney poor law union,
-, workho.,

Witney Primitive Methodist circuit,

Witney Railway,

Witney rural district,

Witney rural sanitary authority,

Wolsey, Thos., abp. of York,

Wood:
-, Ant.,
-, fam.,

Wood Lane,

Woodbridge:
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

woodland, and see assarting;
-, coppicing; Wychwood forest; and
-, under names of particular places

woodmen,

Woodstock, Isabel of, see Isabel

Woodstock,

woodward, Rob. the, see Yelford, Rob.
-, of

wool,
-, merchants and staplers,
-, wool cards,
-, woolwinders,
-, and see drapers; textile industry

Woolridge, John,

Worcester,
-, bp. of, see Prideaux

Worcestershire, and see
-, Daylesford; Droitwich; Evesham;
-, Spring Hill; Worcester

workhouses, see Bampton; Duck-
-, lington; Northmoor; Standlake;
-, Witney poor law union

Wrenne, Nic.,

Wright:
-, Wm. (fl. 1552), rector of Duck-
-, lington,
-, Wm. (fl. 19th cent.),
-, fam.,

writs, return of,

Wroughton:
-, Cath., see Wenman
-, Francis,

Wyatt (Wyot):
-, Rob.,
-, Thos., rector of Ducklington,
-, Wm. (fl. 1417), and his w. Eliz.,
-, Wm. (d. 1624), rector of Yelford,

Wychwood forest,

Wykeham:
-, (or Perrot), Marg., m. Wm. Fiennes,
-, Ld. Saye and Sele,
-, Sophia,
-, (or Perrot), Sir Thos.,
-, Wm. of (d. 1404), bp. of Winchester,
-, (or Perrot), Wm. (d. 1457),

Wyot, see Wyatt

Wytherlak', see Wirlak'

yardlands, size of,

Yate:
-, And.,
-, Apollonia,
-, Art.,
-, Sir Chas.,
-, Edm. (d. c. 1516),
-, Edm. (or Edw.) (fl. 1524),
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1645),
-, Francis (? two of this name),
-, Jas.,
-, John (d. 1545),
-, Sir John (d. c. 1658),
-, Sir John (d. 1690),
-, Leonard (fl. 1544),
-, Leonard (fl. 1588),
-, Malyn,
-, Marg., see Cornwall
-, Mary (fl. late 16th cent.),
-, Mary (fl. 1690), m. - Throckmor-
-, ton,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1588),
-, Thos. (fl. 1620, ? another),
-, fam.,

Yelford:
-, Edm. of,
-, Rob. of (fl. 1236),
-, (or the forester), Rob. of (d. 1293),
-, n

Yelford (cont.):
-, (? the woodward), Rob. of (d. 1328),
-, Rob. of (fl. 1367),
-, fam.,

Yelford,
-, plates
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, ch.,
-, plate
-, College Fm.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, glebe,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, man. hos., and see Yelford:
-, Yelford Manor
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop., n,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, tithes,
-, Yelford Manor, plates

York:
-, abps. of, see Frewen; Grey, Wal. de;
-, Lee, Edw.; Wolsey
-, duke of, see Plantagenet

Yorkshire, see Boynton Copman-
-, thorpe; Goldsborough; Rougemont;
-, Thornhill

Young:
-, John, and his w. Eliz.,
-, fam.,



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