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'Index: K-Z', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 8: Warminster, Westbury and Whorwellsdown Hundreds (1965), pp. 273-282. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16116 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Karentham, Rog. de,

Kaye, John,

Keate, Geo.,

Keates, Joshua,

Keatinge, G. F., M. W.,

Keeping, Rob.,

Keevil, John of (1), John of (11),
-, Sarah,

Keevil,
-, adv., agric., airfield,
-, area, bells,
-, Blagden Ho., boundaries,
-, bridges, char.,
-, chs., cloth
-, ind., commons, estates,
-, fields, houses,
-, inc., inns, mans.,
-, man. ho., mills,
-, n, nonconf., roads,
-, schs., the Strand,
-, Talboys, tithes,
-, vicarage ho., village,
-, Wick,
-, and see Bulkington

Keevil, honor of,

Keilway, Rob., n

Kellaway, Hen., Joan, see
-, Barret; John, Rob. (fl.
-, 1544), Rob. (fl. 1599), Rob.
-, (fl. 1620), Thos., Wm.,
-, fam.,

Kellow, Thos.,

Kelly, Major Dunbar,

Kendall, H. E.,

Kennet and Avon Canal Co.,

Kenrick, Mrs. A. J.,

Kent, earl of, see Edmund

Kent, B., Constance,
-, Francis Savile, Sam.,

Keu, le, Ric. (1), Ric. (11),
-, Ric. (111), Rog., Sybil,
-, Wm.,

Keyford fam.,

Keynsham (Som.), abbot of,

Keysbye, John,

Kidley, Wm.,

Kilmington,

Kimpton (Hants),

King, John, Thos., Major
-, Wm. (fl. 1650), Wm. (fl.
-, 1750), Mr. - (fl. 1625),

King (W. A.), & Co., millers,

Kingston, duke of, see Pierrepont

Kingston, de, Eleanor, Eliz.,
-, Sir John (fl. 1320),
-, Sir John
-, (fl. 1412), John (d. 1514),
-, Sir John (d. 1496),
-, Mary, m. Thos. Lisle,
-, Mary, m. John Peeche, Maud,
-, Nic. (d. c. 1323), Nic.
-, d. c. 1510), Susan, Sir
-, Thos. (fl. 1350),
-, Thos. (d. by 1428), Sir Thos.
-, (d. c. 1505), fam.,

Kingston Deverill, see Deverill,
-, Kingston

Kingston, Anne, see Whitaker; Ant.
-, (fl. 1665), Ant. (fl. 1734),
-, Ant. (d. c. 1805), Eliz., m. J. G.
-, Hulbert, Laur. (fl. 1630),
-, Lawr. (fl. 1720), fam.,

Kingston, Bayly and Lye, bankers,

Kirk and Daniell, brickmakers,

Kirkby, Sim.,

Kirton, Alice, see Blanchard; Chris.,
-, Ric. (d. by 1508),
-, Ric. (d. 1558), Thos.,

Knight, Edm., Geo., n;
-, Jas., John, Louisa
-, Marg., see Barton; Steph. Flower
-, Thos., Wm., fam.,

Knight (G. H.) and Sons, maltsters,

Knollis, Ric.,

Knoville, Bogo de,

Knoyle, East,

Lacock, abbey and abbess of,

Laffull, Alice, see Mohun; John,
-, Maud, m. Wm. Mohun, Thos.
-, (fl. 1388), Thos. (fl. 1459),
-, fam.,

Lambe, Agnes, m. Ric. Burley,
-, Aldhelm, Anselm,
-, n; Edith, see Adlam;
-, Joan, m. (1) Hen. Danvers (2)
-, Hugh Jones, John (d. c.
-, 1501), John (d. c. 1514),
-, John (d. c. 1546),
-, John (d. 1615),
-, Sir John (d. 1659),
-, John (fl. 1659),
-, Meliora, m. (1) Thos. Polden (2)
-, Ric. Long, Ruth, m. Godolphin,
-, Ruth (w. of Aldhelm),
-, see Button; Thos.,
-, Wm., fam.,

Lambert, Edm. (fl. 1390), n; Edm.
-, (d. 1493), Edw. d. c. 1586),
-, Edw. (d. 1612),
-, Eliz., John, Ric.,
-, Thos. (d. 1510), Thos.
-, (d. 1638), Thos. (fl.
-, 1650), Wm. (d. 1504),
-, Wm. (fl. 1510), Wm. (fl. 1599),
-, fam.,

Lambourn (Berks.),

Lancaster, Duchy of,

Langesford, Rog.,

Langford, Edw., Mary,
-, Thos., Wal. of,

Langford, Steeple,

Langley, F. H., John,
-, fam.,

Langrich, John, Maud, see
-, Middleney

Lansdown, baron, see Granville

Langton, John,

Lant, Anne, Thos., Wm.,

Lanvaley, de, Hawise, m. John de
-, Burgh, Ralph, Thos.,
-, Wm., fam.,

Latham, Paul,

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury,

Laverton, Abraham,
-, Charlotte, Wm. Hen.,
-, fam.,

Laverton (A.) and Co. Ltd., cloth
-, manufacturers,

Lavington, John of,

Lavington, Market,

Lawes, Hen., John, Sarah,
-, Wm., Mrs. - (18th
-, cent. schoolmistress),

Lawrence (or Saunders), Thos. (d.
-, 1602), Thos. (fl. 1602),

Lazenby, Geo.,

Leachman, John,

Leat, Letitia,

Ledyard, T. W.,

Lee, Anne (w. of Sir Hen.), see
-, Danvers; Anne, m. Thos. Wharton,
-, Eleanor, m. Jas., Ld.
-, Norris and earl of Abingdon,
-, Harry, Sir Hen.,
-, Humph.,

Lee Warner, Hen., Jas. (formerly
-, Woodward),

Legertwood, Jas.,

Leggat, Balthazar,

Leicester, John de, Rob. of,

Leigh, Wm.,

Leigh, of (de Lya, de Lye), And.,
-, Anne, m. Wm. Beckett,
-, Anne, m. Sir Jas. Worsley,
-, Cecily, m. Hussey, Eliz., m.
-, Stanter, Eliz. (w. of Nic.),
-, Geo., Jas. (fl. 1226),
-, Jas. (fl. 1285), Joan, John
-, (fl. 1330), John (fl.
-, 1368), John (d. by 1482),
-, Sir John (d. c. 1523), Marg.,
-, m. Harvey, Nic., Phil.,
-, Ric., Rob. (fl. 1390),
-, Rob. (d. by 1465), Rob. (d.
-, 1525), Thos.,
-, Wal., Wm., fam.,
-, see also Ley

Leighton, John, Sir Thos.,

Leland, John,
-, n,

Le Mans (Sarthe), abbey of St.
-, Vincent,

Le Pré (Seine-Inférieur), priory of,

Letecombe, Rob.,

Leverich (or Loverige), Agnes, m.
-, Stalbridge, John,

Leversage, Agnes, Edm.
-, (d. 1469), Edm. (d. 1508),
-, Grace, John,
-, Rob. (fl. 1464), Rob.
-, (d. 1549), Wm. (d. by
-, 1469), Wm. (d. 1582),
-, fam.,

Levinz, Anne, Wm.,

Lewes (Suss.), priory of,

Lewin (fl. 11th cent.),

Lewis, Lady Anne (Beauchamp),
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Job (1), Job (11), John,
-, Ric., Sam.,
-, Susan, see Chivers

Lewkenore, Kath., see Chidiock;
-, Rog.,

Lexinton, baron, see Sutton

Ley, Hen., earl of Marlborough (d.
-, 1638),
-, Sir Jas. (cr. earl of Marlborough 1626),
-, Jas., earl of Marlborough
-, (d. 1665), Mary,
-, ctss. of Marlborough, Mat.,
-, see also Leigh

Lilleshulle, John of,

Lillington (Dors.), n

Limerick, bp. of, see Webb, Geo.

Limesy, de, Margery, Nic.,
-, Wal.,

Lincoln, bp. of, see Wordsworth

Lisle, Edw., Mary, see Kingston;
-, Sir Thos.,

Littleton, Wm. of,

Littleton, in Steeple Ashton,
-, agric., ch.
-, cloth ind., fields,
-, inc., mill,
-, pop., Wood Farm,

Littlewood, Revd. Sam.,

Lloyd, Hugh,

Lloyds Bank,

Lock (Locke), John, Thos.,

Lockier, Wm.,

Lohareng, Leon de,

London, bp. of, see Compton (Hen.),
-, Tunstall

London, Wm. of,

London,
-, Baptist Assembly, Christ's
-, Hosp., City of, King's
-, Coffee Ho., King's Coll.,
-, Lincoln's Inn, Middle Temple,
-, Smithfield, Whitefriars,

London Co-operative Society,

London Evening Post,

Long, Amy, Anne, see Martyn;
-, Ant. (d. c. 1685), Ant.
-, (d. 1712), Ant. (date unknown),
-, Charlotte, Edw.,
-, Eleanor,
-, Eliz., Francis,
-, Gifford, Hen. (d. c. 1490),
-, Hen. (d. 1556), n,
-, Hen. (d. 1558)
-, n; Hen. (fl. 1599),
-, Hen. (fl. 1651), Hen. (d.
-, 1672), Sir Jas. (d.
-, 1729), n, Revd. Jas. (fl.
-, 1839), John (d. 1676),
-, John (fl. 1840),
-, Magdalen, m. Rog. Sadler,
-, Marg., see Godfrey; Martha, m.
-, Wm. Meredith, Mary, m.
-, Hen. Viner, Mary (d. c. 1807),
-, Mary (d. 1822),
-, Maud, Meliora, see Lambe;
-, Pet., Sir Phil. Parker a
-, Morley (d. 1741), R. P.,
-, Rachel, Ralph (fl. 1236),
-, Ralph (fl. 1329), Ric. (d.
-, 1760), Ric. (fl. 1799),
-, Ric. (of Collingbourne
-, Kingston), Ric. Eric Onslow,
-, vct. Long of Wraxall (succ. 1944),
-, Rob. (of Wraxall, fl. 1450),
-, Rob. (of Steeple Ashton,
-, fl. 1480), Rob.
-, (fl. 1555), n, Sir Rob. (of
-, South Wraxall), n, Rob.
-, (fl. 1712), Rob. (d. c. 1785),
-, Sam., Steph.,
-, Thos. (d. 1554), Thos. (d.
-, 1562), n,
-, Thos. (d. 1592),
-, Thos. (fl. 1643), Thos. (of
-, Little Cheverell), Wal. (fl.
-, 1579), Sir Wal. (d.
-, 1610), Wal. (d. 1672),
-, Sir Wal. (d. 1710),
-, Sir Wal. (fl. 1788), Wal.
-, (d. 1807), Wal.
-, (fl. 1843), Wal.
-, (fl. 1899), Wal. Hume, vct.
-, Long of Wraxall (d. 1924),
-, Wm. (fl. 1499), Wm.
-, (I, of Baynton), Wm. (II, of
-, Baynton), Revd. Wm. (fl.
-, 1773), Wm. (d. 1807),
-, Mrs. - (of Rood Ashton,
-, fl. 1819), fam.,

Longbridge Deverill, see Deverill,
-, Longbridge

Longespée, Wm.,

Longford Castle, in Britford,

Longland, Anne, m. John Farwaye,
-, Sir Hugh, n; Isabel, see
-, Beaupré John, Marg., m.
-, Sir Leonard Hackluyt,

Longleat, prior and priory of,

Longleat, in Horningsham,

Longstock (Hants),

Lopes, Hen. Chas., baron Ludlow of
-, Heywood (d. 1899), Hen.
-, Ludlow, baron Ludlow of Heywood
-, (d. 1922),
-, Sir Manasseh Massey (d.
-, 1831),
-, Sir Massey (d. 1908),
-, Sir Ralph (formerly
-, Franco), fam.,

Lorty, Hen., John, Maud,
-, see Moels; Ric., Sibyl (w. of
-, Hen.), Sibyl, m. John Middleney,

Lott, Edw., John, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Loveday, John,

Lovell, Rog., Thos. (d. c. 1500),
-, Thos. (fl. 1538),
-, Wm.,

Lovemead (Lowmead), in Steeple
-, Ashton,

Loverige, see Leverich

Lowe (Low), Edw., Geo.,
-, John (d. 1632), John (fl. 1649),
-, Lawr., Lucy, see Pile

Lowmead, see Lovemead

Lucas, Albert, Wal. (fl. 1500),
-, Wal. (fl.
-, 1548),

Luckington,

Lucy, de, Isabel, see Husee; Rob.,
-, Wm., n

Ludlow, barons, see Lopes

Ludlow, Abraham (d. 1807),
-, Abraham (d. 1822),
-, Edm. (fl. 1595), Edm. (d.
-, 1692), Eliz., see Matravers;
-, Geo. (fl. 1553), Geo. (fl. 1620),
-, Hen., Hen. Gaisford
-, Gibbs, Rog.,
-, Susan (w. of Abraham d. 1822),
-, see Gibbs; Susan, m. Ralph
-, Franco, Thos. (of Dinton),
-, Thos. (of Hill Deverill),
-, Wm. Heald, fam.,

Lung, le, Eleanor, John,
-, Maud, Ralph, fam.,

Lush, John, Wm.,

Luxfield, prebend of, see Wells cath.

Lya, de, see Leigh, of

Lyde, John,

Lye, de, see Leigh, of

Lynde, Hugh de la,

Lyne, Nic.,

Lynn (Norf.),

Lyveden, Agnes, John,
-, Marg., m. Nic. St. Lo, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Macclesfield (Ches.),

Mackinnon, Marg. Sophia, see Wil-
-, les; W. A.,

McMinnies, Wm.,

Maddington,

Maddox, Nat., Ric., Sam.,

Maggs, Emma, see Offenham; John,

Mainard (fl. 11th cent.),

Maldoith, Gunfrid,

Malemayns, Nic.,

Malet, Helewise, m. (1) Hugh
-, Pointz (2) Rob. de Muscegros,
-, Mabel, m. (1) Nic. Avenel (2)
-, Hugh de Vivon,
-, Rob., Wm. (d. 1169), n;
-, Wm. (d. 1216), n,
-, fam.,

Mallory, Dorothy, n; Kath.,
-, n

Malmesbury, Wm. of,

Malmesbury,

Malyn, Ambrose,

Mandeville, de, Amice, Benedicta,
-, Ernulf, Geof.,
-, earl of Essex (d. 1144), Geof.
-, (fl. 1200), Geof. (d. 1246),
-, John, Ralph (d. 1280),
-, Ralph (d. by 1299),
-, Rob., Thos., Wm.,

Maners, see Manners

Mangotsfield (Gloucs.),

Manley, Rob.,

Mann (Manne), W. H., Wm.,

Manners (Maners), de, John,
-, Rob.,

Mappowder (Dors.),

March, earls of, and see Mortimer

Marcle, Much (Herefs.), honor of,

Marden,

Mareys (Mareis), Asketil del,
-, John,

Margery, sister of Sarah Sparkeling,

Marks, Deborah,

Marlborough, earls of, see Ley

Marlborough, Alfred of,

Marlborough,

Marmium, Bart., Eve,
-, Maud, Phil. (fl.
-, 1150), Phil. (d. c. 1276),
-, Rog. (fl. 1175),
-, Rog. (fl. 1300),
-, Wm.,

Marney, Christian, see Newburgh;
-, John, Ld. Marney (d. 1525), n

Marsh, Thos., fam.,

Marshman, Rob.,

Marshton, John of,

Martin (Marten, Martyn), Anne, m.
-, Ric. Long, Ant. (fl. 1647),
-, Ant. (fl. 1663), Chris.,
-, Edw., Eliz., F. P. B.,
-, Hen., John, Marg.,
-, see Biset; Rob., Rog.,
-, Sam. (fl. 1642), Sam.
-, (fl. 1747), fam.,

Martyrs Memorial Trust,

Marven, John,

Maryner, Isabel, Wal. (de
-, Langecote),

Massachusetts (U.S.A.),

Massey (later Massey-Jackson), Millington,

Mather, Cotton,

Maton, Agnes, see Fletcher; John,

Matravers, Eliz., m. (1) Gaisford
-, Gibbs (2) Abraham Ludlow,
-, Eliz., m. Thos. White,
-, John,
-, Thos., Wm.,
-, fam.,

Matravers and Overbury, cloth manufacturers,

Matthew, chancellor to Queen Eleanor,

Matthews, Thos., fam.,

Maud, Empress,

Mauduit, Ancelin, Eleanor,
-, Eugenia, see FitzWarin; Eve,
-, Gillian, Joan, Joanna,
-, John (fl. 1300), John (d. 1364),
-, Juliana, Maud,
-, m. Sir Hen. Greene, Rob.
-, (d. by 1191), Rob. (fl.
-, (fl. 1200), n, Rob.
-, (fl. 1300), Thos. (d. c. 1244),
-, Thos.
-, (fl. 1270), Thos. (d.
-, 1322), Thos.
-, (d. by 1364), Warin,
-, Wm. (d. c. 1264),
-, Wm.
-, (fl. 1293), Wm. (fl. 1339),
-, Wm. (fl. 1410), fam.,

Mauger, John,

Maundrell, John,

Maudley, Ric., Rog.,
-, fam.,

Maxwell, Wm.,

May, Wm.,

Mayhew, Dorothy, m. Thos. Blake,
-, Edw., Hen. (d. 1587),
-, Hen. (fl. 1591),
-, John (fl. 1560), John (fl. 1616),

Mayne, John, Ric.,

Mayo, Thos.,

Meares, John, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Mears, C. and G., bell casters,

Meinl, J.,

Melbourne (Melborne, Milborne),
-, in Bratton,
-, mill,

Meldreth (Cambs.),

Melksham,
-, Bowerhill, cloth ind.,
-, man.,

Melksham, hund of,

Mellowes, Wm.,

Melsome, Wm.,

Mere, de la, Cecily, m. Hen. Montfort,
-, fort,Ellis (d. by 1271),
-, Sir Ellis (fl. 1412), Grace, see
-, Meysey; Joan, m. Ric. Scammell,
-, John (d. c. 1349),
-, Sir John (fl. 1375),
-, Margery, Nic. (d. by 1227),
-, Nic. (fl. 1271), Sir Phil.,
-, Thos., fam.,

Mere, n

Meredith, Martha, see Long; Wm.,

Merewether (Merywether), Francis
-, (fl. 1625), Francis (fl. 1695),
-, Isabel, see Worth; Wm.,

Merrick, Edw.,

Merritt, Harry,

Mervyn, Geo., John (fl. 1464),
-, n; John (fl. 1553), John
-, (d. 1601), John (fl.
-, 1692), Marg., see Fletcher;
-, Phil., Ric., Sheldon,
-, Thos., Wm., fam.,

Merywether, see Merewether

Meysey, Grace de, m. Nic. de la
-, Mere,

Michael, son of Herlewin (fl. 1150),

Michael, Wm.,

Michell, see Mitchell

Middlecott, Edw. (fl. 1600),
-, Edw. (fl. 1720), Edw.
-, (fl. 1820), John,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Middleney, de, Eliz. (w. of Sir
-, Ralph), Eliz., m. (1) John
-, Gunter (2) John Andrews,
-, John, Maud, m. (1) John Langrich
-, (2) Wm. Horslegh, Sir
-, Ralph, Sibyl, see Lorty

Middleton, Edw. of, Wm.,

Milbourne, see Melbourne

Milbourn, John, Mary,

Milbourne (stream),

Miles, Thos.,

Mill, John, Thos.,

Miller, John, Matthias,

Milsom, Thos.,

Milston,

Minshull, John, Mary, see
-, Viner

Minty, John, Wm.,

Mitchell (Michell), And., Arthur,

Moels, de, Hawise, see Newmarch;
-, John, Maud, m. Ric. Lorty,
-, Nic., fam.,

Moggridge, Wm.,

Mohun, de, Agnes, m. Thos. Blanchard,
-, Alice, m. John
-, Laffull, Alice, m. Wm.
-, Barrell, Eleanor, m. John
-, Wolley, John, Maud, see
-, Laffull; Reynold, Wm.
-, (fl. 1086), Wm. (fl.
-, 1420), fam.,

Moigne, Eliz., m. Wm. Stourton,
-, Joan, Sir John,

Moleyns, Wm., Ld. Moleyns (d.
-, 1429), fam.,

Mompesson, Agnes, Anne, m.
-, Wm. Weyt, Cath., Drew,
-, Edm., Eliz., m. Ric.
-, Perkyns, Giles, John
-, (d. 1500), John (d. 1511),
-, Susan, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Monkton Deverill, see Deverill,
-, Monkton

Montagu, Geo, earl of Sandwich (d.
-, 1818), Sir John de, John,
-, earl of Salisbury (d. 1400),
-, fam.,

Montebury (Manche), abbey of St.
-, Mary de,

Montfort (Mountfort), Cecily, see
-, Mere; Hen., John, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Moody, Frank, Lemuel,
-, Rob,

Moore (More), C. P., Edw.,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Guise,
-, Jasper, Pet., Ric.,
-, Steph., Thos. (fl. 1538),
-, Thos. (d. 1640), Wm.,

Moore & Marshall, shirtmakers,

Moot Hill,

Mordaunt, Eliz., see Vere; John,
-, Baron Mordaunt (d. 1562),
-, Lewis, Baron Mordaunt (d. 1601),

More, see Moore

Morehouse, Lancelot,

Morgan, Ann, Christian,
-, Geo., Godfrey, Gregory,
-, J. T., Nic., Pet.,
-, Phil., Susan, see
-, Chivers; Thos., Virtue,
-, W. F., Wm.,
-, fam.,

Morgan & Bladworth, brewers,

Mornington, earls of, see Wellesley Pole

Morris, Eliz., Jas.,

Mortimer, Anne, Edm., earl of
-, March (d. 1425), Edw. (d. c.
-, 1743), Edw. (fl. 1745),
-, Edw. Horlock, Geof. of,
-, Mary, m. Isaac Elton,
-, Ralph de, fam.,

Morton, Agnes, Dorothy,
-, Geo., John, abp. of Canterbury,
-, Rob., Thos.,

Mould, John, Jos. (1), Jos.

Mounslowe, John,

Mount fam.,

Mountfort, see Montfort

Mountjoy, barons, see Blount

Mowbray, Geof. de, bp. of Coutances,

Moyle, Sir Thos.,

Munday, Wm.,

Musard, Amice, Wm. (fl. 1217),
-, Wm. (fl. 1242), Wm.
-, (fl. 1302), Wm. (fl. 1401),

Muscegros, de, Helewise, see Malet;
-, Rob.,

Mylles, Francis,

Nadder, riv.,

Naish, Francis, Thos.,

Nasmyth, Sir John,

National Trust,

Neale (Nele), W. Keith, Wal.,
-, n

Neat, John,

Nele, see Neale

Netheravon,

Neville, Alan de,

Newall, Arthur, Josephine Mary,
-, R. S.,

Newark Park (Gloucs.),

Newburgh, Christian, m. John, Ld.
-, Marney, n; Joan, m. John
-, Lye, John, Rog.,

Newe, Leonard,

Newman, Jas.,

Newmarch, Hawise, m. (1) John
-, Botreaux (2) Nic. de Moels,
-, Hen. de, Isabel, m. Ralph
-, Russell, Jas.,

Newnham, of, Edith, Hereward,
-, Mabel,

Newnham, in Sutton Veny,
-, agric., estate,

Newport, Dorothy, see Hatton; Sir
-, John, Sir Wm. (later Hatton),

Nichol, Wal.,

Nicholas IV, Pope,

Nicholas, son of Martin, n

Nicholas, Marg., see Worth; Rob.,

Nicholson, Sir Chas.,

Nicolson, Sir Kenneth,

Niel (Nigellus) the physician,

Nightingale, Hen.,

Noad, Mrs. Freelove, fam.,

Noad, J. & J., Flour millers,

Noble, Hen.,

Nobount, Nic.,

Nokes, Rob.,

Norborne, Eliz., Susan, m.
-, Sir Ralph Hare, Wal.,

Norfolk, duke of, see Howard

Norfolk,

Norridge, in Upton Scudamore,
-, adv., agric.,
-, chap., estates,
-, man., man. ho., tithes,

Norridge Wood,

Norrington, in Alvediston,

Norris, Edw., Ric., Wm.,
-, fam.,

North Wilts. Bank,

Northo, de, Christine, Denise
-, Wm. (1), Wm. (11),

Northumberland, earl of, see Percy

Norton, de, Eliz., see Stane; Sir
-, Jas., Marg. (w. of Sir
-, Thos.), Marg. (w. of Sir
-, Ralph), see Dauntsey; Pet.,
-, Sir Ralph, Sir
-, Thos.,

Norton Bavant,
-, adv., agric.,
-, area, bells,
-, boundaries, Butler's Coombe,
-, chant., chap.,
-, char., ch., cloth ind.,
-, Emwell, estates,
-, fields, geol.,
-, houses, inc., mans.,
-, man. ho., Middleton
-, farm, mills,
-, nonconf., pleasure
-, grounds, pop., prehistoric
-, remains, sch., stone
-, quarrying, tithes, village,
-, woodland,

Norton Folgate (Mddx.),

Nowers, Agnes,

Nunney (Som.),

Oatbridge, John,

Odstock,

Offington (Suss.),

Ogbourne, prior of, see Guineville

Ogilby, John,

Olden, Rob.,

Oldfield, T. H. B.,

Orcheston St. George,

Orcheston St. Mary,

Organ, Ric.,

Organs, Scudamore, see Scudamore
-, organs

Oriel, Steph.,

Osborne (Osborn), Eliz., m. Edw.
-, Gifford, John (of Sutton
-, Veny), John (1 and 11 of
-, Warminster), Ric.,

Osebarn, Alice, John,

Osmund (fl. 860),

Osmund (fl. 1086),

Overbury, Ben., Nat.,

Owen, Sir David, Hen. (d.
-, by 1547), Hen. (fl. 1573),
-, Jasper, John,
-, Thos.,

Oxenbridge, Thos.,

Oxford, Corpus Christi
-, Coll., Magdalen
-, Coll., Queen's Coll.,

Oxford Movement,

Oysel, John,

Pace, Thos.,

Page, Ann, m. Ric. Brayfield,
-, Ann (w. of Edm.), Edm.,
-, Ric. (fl. 1465), Ric. (fl.
-, 1549), fam., n

Paillerat, Revd. C.,

Paineter, John,

Pakenham, Hugh, John,

Palmer, Agatha, And.,
-, John, Sybil,

Papworth, Brian de,

Paradise, John,

Parco, de, see Park

Parham, Jas. Nowlson, fam.,

Park (de Parco), Alice, John,
-, Nic., Sim., Wal. (fl.
-, 1270), Wal. (d. by 1347),
-, Wal. (fl. 1350), Wal. (d. c.
-, 1410), Wal. (d. by 1447),
-, Wm., fam.,

Parr, Queen Catherine, see Catherine
-, Parr

Parrot, - (18th - cent. Baptist
-, preacher),

Parry, John, Wm. (fl. 1790),
-, Wm. (fl. 1880),

Parsons, Frank, Ric.,

Passion (Pashion, Patient, Patience),
-, Ant., Christine,
-, Edith, Marion, Nic.,
-, Wal., Wm. (fl. 1499),
-, Wm. (fl. 1785), n;
-, fam.

Paulet, Chas., Ld. St. John, marquess
-, of Winchester and duke of Bolton
-, (d. 1699), Chas., duke of
-, Bolton (d. 1765), Chidiock,
-, Eleanor, Eliz.,
-, see Willoughby; Harry, duke of
-, Bolton (d. 1759), Harry,
-, duke of Bolton (d. 1794),
-, Sir John (1), Sir John (11),
-, Sir John (111), John, marquess
-, of Winchester (d. 1576),
-, John, marquess of Winchester
-, (d. 1675), Wm.,
-, marquess of Winchester (d. 1572),
-, n,
-, Wm., marquess
-, of Winchester (d. 1598),
-, Wm., marquess of Win-
-, chester (d. 1629),
-, fam.,

Paveley, Alice, m. John St. Lo,
-, Eleanor, n Hawise,
-, Joan, m. Ralph Cheyney,
-, n, Sir
-, John,
-, n, n,
-, Reynold (d. c. 1200),
-, Reynold (d. 1280),
-, Reynold (d.
-, 1347), Ric.,
-, Wal. (fl. 1220), Wal.
-, (d. 1256),
-, Wal. (d.
-, 1323),
-, fam.,

Pavy, John,

Paxcroft, in Steeple Ashton,

Paxcroft Brook,

Payne, Jeremiah, Thos.,

Pearce, Chris., John (fl. 1681),
-, John (fl. 1758), John (fl.
-, 1801), Ric., fam.,

Pearson, E. Leigh, G. S. H.,
-, J. L.,

Pecche, John, Mary,

Peek, Wm.,

Pembroke, earls of, see Herbert

Penknap, in Dilton Marsh,

Penlegh, Ric. de, n

Penleigh, in Dilton Marsh
-, chap. in Westbury ch., man.,
-, Penleigh Farm,
-, Penleigh Ho.,

Penruddock, Chas., Capt. G. W.,
-, fam.,

Penyll, Kath., see Stalbridge; Ric.,

Percy, Emmot, Hen., earl of
-, Northumberland (d. 1455),
-, Sir Rog., n; - (fl. 1330),

Perers, Alice,

Perkyns, Eliz., see Mompesson; Ric.,

Perret, Ric.,

Perry, Amelia, Anne, Farwell,
-, Wm.,

Pertwood (Pertewurth, Purcewort,
-, Purchewort), Agnes, Alex. de,
-, Christine, Ric. of, fam.,

Pertwood, adv.,
-, agric., area, bells,
-, boundaries, buildings,
-, ch., fields, man.,
-, man. ho., par., pop.,
-, rectory ho., roads, tithes,
-, woodland,

Petherbridge, Thos.,

Petherton, North (Som.),

Pettey, W. H., - (fl. 1895),

Phelps, S. F.,

Phillips (Philipps, Philips), Bertram
-, Erasmus, Francis,
-, Geo., Sir Jas. Erasmus,

Philpott, Edw. (alias Forrest),
-, Ellen,

Phipps, Bridget, Chas.
-, Bathurst Hele, Chas. Lewis,
-, Chas. Nic. Paul (d. 1880),
-, Chas. Nic. Paul
-, (d. 1913), Christine (w. of
-, Hen. d. 1620), Christine, m.
-, Wm. Bishop, Emma Mary,
-, Hen. (d. 1600),
-, Hen. (d. 1620),
-, Jane, see Hele; John (d.
-, 1739), n; John (fl.
-, 1786), John Lewis,
-, Marg., Maria, m. Bryan
-, Edwards, Nic.,
-, Paul (d. 1722), n
-, Paul (d. 1785),
-, Penelope, see Clutterbuck; Ric.
-, Leckonby Hothersall,
-, Thos. (d. c. 1715).
-, Thos. (d.
-, 1724), Thos. (d.
-, 1747), Thos. (d. 1792),
-, Thos. Hele (d. 1790),
-, Thos. Hen. Hele (d. 1841),
-, Thos. Hen. Hele
-, (d. 1847), Thos. Hen.
-, Leckonby, Thos. Peckham,
-, Wm., fam.,

Phipps, Biggs & Bannister, bankers,

Phype, Hen.,

Pierrepont, Evelyn, duke of Kingston
-, (d. 1773),

Pike, Jos.,

Pilchard, Steph.,

Pile, Lucy, m. (1) Lawr. Lowe (2)
-, Geo. Pitt., Thos.,

Pinch, John,

Pinckney, John, Phil.,

Pinniger, Wm.,

Piperd, Pet.,

Pirou, de, Rob., Wm.,

Pitt, Geo. (d. by 1714), Geo.,
-, baron Rivers (d. 1803), Lucy,
-, see Pile

Plantagenet, Marg., ctss. of Salisbury
-, (d. 1541),

Pleydell-Bouverie, Jacob, earl of
-, Radnor (d. 1828),

Plucknet, Hugh,
-, Jocelin, Rob., n; Sybil,
-, see Dinan; Wal., Wm.,

Plundered Ministers, Committee of,

Pocock (Pococke), Emma, Ric.,

Pointz, Helewise, see Malet; Hugh,
-, Nic. (fl. 1274), Sir Nic.
-, (fl. 1358) fam.,

Polden, Meliora, see Lambe; Pet.,
-, Thos.,

Ponting, C. E.,

Pooke (later Chamberlaine), W. H.,

Poole (Pooll), Sir Giles, John
-, (fl. 1480), n; John (fl. 1565),
-, Ric., Wm., fam.,

Poore, Adam, Augustine,
-, Ric., bp. of Durham,

Pope, the, see Innocent III, Nicholas
-, IV

Popeley, Wm.,

Popham, Sir Francis, Marg.,
-, n; fam., n

Porchwood (Hants),

Porter, Adam le, Endymion,
-, Marg. le, Rog. le (fl.
-, 1285), Rog. le (fl. 1306),

Portsmouth (Hants),

Portway, in Warminster, almshouses,
-, man., mill,
-, Portway Ho.,

Potterne,

Pouldon, Mrs. Mary,

Poulshot,

Powell, Chris., G. F. S.,
-, Giles, J., Rog.,

Powton, Jas., Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Poynings, Thos., Ld. St. John (d.
-, 1429),

Preshaw (Hants),

Price, Chas., Edw., John,
-, fam.,

Prosser, - (of Frome, organ builder),
-, - (of Rode, organ builder),

Prowse, Geo.,

Pryor, John,

Pugin, A. W. N.,

Punde, Edith atte, m. Thos. le Vake,

Purcewort, see Pertwood

Purchas, Rob.,

Purchewort, see Pertwood

Purton,

Puylle, Marg., Rob. de la,

Pythouse, in Tisbury,

Queen Anne's Bounty,

Quercu, de, see Cheyney

R., Precentor of Sarum, n

Raden, Hugh of,

Radnor, earl of, see Pleydell-Bouverie

Raikes, Rob.,

Rainbold (fl. 1086),

Raleigh, Carew, Dame Dorothy,

Ralph (fl. 1086),

Ramsey, Sir John,

Randall, Ric.,

Ratcliffe, Edw., Revd. T.,

Rawlings (Rawlins), John (of Teffont),
-, John (of Whitbourne),
-, Wm., - (18th - cent.
-, mason),

Raxworthy, John,

Ray, Martha, Thos.,

Raymond, Thos.,

Reading (Berks.),

Reave, see Reeve

Rebbeck, Jane, John, Jos.,
-, fam.,

Reed, Wm., see Saffrey

Reeve (Reave), J. A., John,

Reeves, John, Thos. Pepler,

Reeves, J. & R., ironfounders,

Revell, Wm.,

Reynes, Alice, Cecily, John
-, (d. 1421), Sir John (d. by
-, 1428), Kath., see Scudamore;
-, Ralph, Thos.,

Reynold, John,

Reynolds, Jerome, - (19th
-, cent. ironmonger),

Rheims (Marne),

Rice, Meric ap,

Richard I, King,

Richard III, King,

Richard, King of the Romans,

Richard, prior of Abergavenny,

Richard, son of Michael (fl. 1170),

Richards, Hen., Wm.,

Richardson, Jas.,

Richmond (Surr.),

Richards (C.), Ltd., umbrella manufacturers,

Ricward, Ric.,

Riddlesworth Hall (Norf.),

Riley, Athelstan,

Rimell fam.,

Rivers, Baron, see Pitt

Robert the Miller (fl. 1309),

Roberts, Humph., Ric. (fl. 1550),
-, Ric. (fl. 1607),

Robins, Thos.,

Rodden (Som.),

Rodden Brook,

Roddenhurst, Wal. of,

Rode (Som.),

Rode Hill, in North Bradley,
-, bell, char., ch.,
-, earthwork,
-, fair, Ho., inc.,
-, vicarage ho.,

'Rodhurst',

Roding, Abbess (Essex),

Roger (13th - cent. clerk),

Rogers, Ant., Betty, Jas.,
-, John, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Rokele, Ric. de la,

Rolfe, Wm.,

Romsey, John of,

Romsey (Hants), abbey and abbess
-, of,
-, and see Constance,
-, Hawise, Juliana

Romsey (Hants),

Roots, Wm.,

Rossiter (Rosseter), Eliz., Wm.,

Round, J. H.,

Roundway,

Roundway, battle of,

Rous, Ela, Sir John (d. 1330),
-, Sir John (fl. 1412),
-, John (fl. 1444),
-, Maud, Ric. (fl. 1363),
-, Ric. (fl. 1450),
-, fam.,

Rowdford, in Bromham,

Royal Electrical and Mechanical
-, Engineers,

Rudd, Thos.,

Rude, Wm., see Saffrey

Rudhall, J., Thos.,

Rule, Mrs. F. M.,

Russell (Russel), Hen., Isabel,
-, see Newmarch; John, Ralph,

Rutty, Edw., Thos.,

Ruynon, Wm.,

Ryder, G. R.,

Sadler, John, Magdalen,
-, see Long; Rog.,

Saffrey, Brian, Margery, see
-, Stane; Wm. (alias Reed or Rude),
-, fam.,

Sainsbury, Agnes, Jas.,
-, John,

St. Aldhelm,

St. Amand, Ld., see Beauchamp
-, (Ric.)

St. Chrysostom,

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

St. John, Ld., see Paulet, Poynings

St. John of Jerusalem, order of,

St. Lawrence, J. C. Gaisford (formerly
-, Gaisford),

St. Lo, Alice, see Paveley; Eleanor,
-, m. (1) Thos. of Bradeston (2) Sir
-, Ric. Seymour,
-, Eliz., Joan, m. (1) Sir
-, John Chidiock (2) John Bache,
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., see Lyveden; Maud, n;
-, Sir Nic. (fl. 1450), Nic. (fl.
-, 1502), fam.,

St. Manifee, Joan, John,

St. Martin, Constance, see Stane;
-, Godfrey de,

St. Maur, see Stormore

St. Petersburg (Russia), university
-, of,

St. Quintin, Herb., John (fl.
-, 1242), John (fl. 1299),
-, John (fl. 1324), fam.,

Salcest, see Sauser

Salisbury, of, Edw.,
-, Maud, m. Humph. de Bohun (I),
-, Wal.,

Salisbury, archdeacon of,

Salisbury, bp. of,
-, and see Aiscough, Bridport,
-, port, Hyde (Alex.), Jewell, Sydenham,
-, Waltham, York (Wm. of)

Salisbury, canons of,

Salisbury, cath. of,

Salisbury, constable of,

Salisbury, ctss. of, see Ela and
-, Plantangenet

Salisbury, Dean and Chapter of,

Salisbury, earls of, and see
-, Montagu

Salisbury, precentor of,
-, n; and see R.

Salisbury (New),
-, cast., Diocesan
-, Training coll., Godolphin
-, sch., Infirmary chap., n;
-, market,

Salisbury (Old),

Salisbury Plain,

Salmon, Joan, see Croucheston; Rob.,

Salter, Geo.,

Salthrop, in Wroughton,

Samford, Rob. of,

Sandes, Margery, Sir Wal.,

Sandwich, earl of, see Montagu

Sanger, Gabriel,

Sapperton (Gloucs.),

Saucey, de, Amice, Rob.,

Saunders, Thos., - (or
-, Lawrence), see Lawrence

Sauser (Salcest), Hen. le (1),
-, Hen. le (11), Philippa de,
-, Rog. le, fam.,

Savage, Geof. le,

Sayer, Thos.,

Scammell, Joan, see Mere; Ric.,

Scotland,

Scott & Smith, corn-factors,

Scratchbury Hill,

Scudamore, Alice, m. Adam Bavant,
-, Geof., Godfrey (d. by
-, 1190), Godfrey (d. by
-, 1267), Joan,
-, Kath., m. Sir John Reynes,
-, Margery, Pet. (d. by 1222),
-, Pet. (d. 1293),
-, Pet. (d. by 1347),
-, Pet. (d. c. 1382),
-, Wal. (fl. 1140), Wal.
-, (d. 1318), Wal. (fl. 1360),
-, fam.,

Scudamore organs,

Scudet, Wm.,

Sculy, Ric.,

Scutt, Edw., Joan, m.
-, Ralph Hastings,

Seaford (Suss.),

Seagram, Edw., Edw. Frowd,
-, Fred., Susannah,
-, W. F., fam.,

Seaman, Jane (w. of Lionel d. 1760),
-, see Willes; Jane, m. Wm. Somerville,
-, Lionel, rector of Corsley,
-, Lionel, archd. of Wells (d.
-, 1760), Lionel (d. 1783),
-, Mary, Wm. (fl. 1606),
-, Wm., rector of Upton Scudamore,
-, Wm. (fl. 1739), fam.,

Seend,

Self, Ant., Steph.,

Selwood Forest,

Selyman, Emma, Maud, see
-, Tinhead; Sir Rob. (fl. 1350),
-, Rob. (d. by 1374),

Semington, Wm. of,

Semington, n,
-, agric.,
-, bells, chap.,
-, char., ch. ho., cloth
-, ind., fields, hosp.,
-, houses, inc., Little
-, Marsh, man., Manor
-, Farm, nonconf., pop.,
-, schs., 'Somerset Arms',
-, tithes, village,
-, and see Whaddon

Semington Brook,

Serich, Giles,

Serle, Adam, Elias,

Sewale, de, Emma, Reynold,
-, Wal. (1), Wal. (11),
-, fam.,

Seymour, Alfred, Anne,
-, Edw., earl of Hertford and duke
-, of Somerset (d. 1552),
-, Edw., Ld. Beauchamp (d. 1618),
-, Edw., duke of Somerset
-, (d. 1757), Edw., duke of
-, Somerset (d. 1792), Edw.
-, (fl. 1812), Edw. Adolphus,
-, duke of Somerset (d. 1855),
-, Edw. Augustus, duke of
-, Somerset (d. 1880), Eleanor,
-, see St. Lo; Eliz., Hen.,
-, Hester, Sir Horace, Joan,
-, m. Wm. Drewry, John (fl.
-, 1408), John (fl. 1449),
-, Marg. (w. of John fl. 1408),
-, see Erlegh; Marg. (sis. of Wm.
-, d. 1503), Sir Nic., Sir
-, Ric. (d. 1401), Ric. (fl. 1401),
-, Thos. (fl. 1443),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1549),
-, Webb, duke of Somerset (d. 1793),
-, Wm. (d. 1503), Ld. Wm.
-, (d. 1800),

Shaftesbury (Dors.), abbey and
-, abbess of,

Shaftesbury (Dors.),

Shapcot, - (18th - cent. school-
-, master),

Shareshull, de, Sir Adam, Alice,

Sharington, Sir Hen., Sir Wm.,

Shaw, Mrs. Wal.,

Shelbury, John,

Shepherd (Sheppard), John,
-, Sam., Sarah, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Sheppard, G. W. B. and G., clothiers,
-, n

Shergold, Edw., Francis,

Sherrington,

Short, Ric.,

Short Street, in Dilton Marsh,

Shrapnell, Ric.,

Shrimpton, Francis,

Shropshire,

Shute, Phil.,

Sibley, John,

Sidford, J. M.,

Sigestan (fl. 964),

Sims, Steph.,

Sindlesham, Thos. de,

Singer, Thos.,

Skelton, Humph.,

Slade, Geo., John (1), John
-, (11), Wm. (fl. 1695), Wm.
-, (fl. 1723), Wm. (fl. 1774),
-, Wm. (fl. 1823), fam.,

Sloper, Marion, Sim. (fl. 1500),
-, Sim. (fl. 1630), Sim.
-, (fl. 1682), fam.,

Sloper (Thos.) & Sons, millers,

Smallbrook, in Warminster,
-, man., man. ho.,
-, mill,

Smethers, Ralph,

Smith (Smyth), Drummond,
-, Geo., Hen. (fl. 1627),
-, Hen. (fl. 1832), Jas.,
-, John (fl. 1594), John (fl. 1743),
-, John (d. 1775), John (fl.
-, (1799), John (alias Butcher),
-, Joshua,
-, Mary (fl. 1743), Mary (w. of
-, Rob. fl. 1730), see Bennett; Oliver,
-, Rob. (fl. 1653), n; Rob.
-, (fl. 1730), fam.,

Snailum, T. W.,

Snarlton, in Steeple Ashton,

Snelgar, Thos., n; Wm.,
-, fam.,

Snelgrove, Nat.,

Snell, Wm.,

Sodor and Man, bp. of,

Somerset, dukes of, and see
-, Seymour

Somerset, n,
-, n,

Somerville, Jane, see Seaman; Wm.,

Somner, Agnes, see Blagden; Anne,
-, see Bennett; Dan., Edw.,
-, Joan, m. Rob. Hippesley,
-, John, Thos. (d.
-, 1631), Thos. (d. 1668),
-, Thos. (d. 1699), fam.,

Sondes, Marg., see Erlegh; Sir Wal.,

South, Compton, Edw.,
-, Geo., Martha, see Goldston;
-, Ric., Rob., Thos. (fl. 1472),
-, Thos. (fl.1567), Thos.
-, (d. 1606), fam.,

South African War,

South and West Wilts. Hunt,

Southampton,

Southbury, John of, abbot of Stanley,
-, n

Southey, Capt. Arthur Howard,
-, J. A.,

Southleigh Woods,

Southwick,
-, agric., area,
-, chant., chap.,
-, ch. (mission), cloth
-, ind., commons,
-, estates, inc., man.,
-, nonconf.,
-, poor relief, schs.,
-, Southwick Court, village,
-, woodland,

Spark, Chris., Jas.,

Sparkeling, Sarah, Wm.,

Spencer, Ric.,

Spender, Hen.,

Spicer, John,

Spire, Thos.,

Spirtes the priest,

Squire, John le, Sam., bp. of
-, St. David's, Thos.,

Stafford, Alice, m. Edm. Cheyney,
-, Alice (w. of Humph.,
-, fl. 1350), Constance, ctss. of
-, Wiltshire (d. 1475), Edw.
-, (d. 1499), Edw., duke of
-, Buckingham (d. 1521), Emma,
-, Humph. (fl. 1350),
-, Sir Humph. (d. 1413), Sir
-, Humph. (d. 1442),
-, Humph., duke of Buckingham (d.
-, 1460), Humph., earl of
-, Devon (d. 1469), Sir
-, John (fl. 1330), John (fl. 1442),
-, John, abp. of Canterbury (d.
-, 1452), John, earl of Wiltshire
-, (d. 1473), Kath., see
-, Chidiock; Ralph de, earl of
-, Stafford (d. 1372), Ric.,
-, Wm., fam.,

Staffordshire,

Stalbridge, Agnes, m. John Collins,
-, Agnes (grandmother of Ric.),
-, see Leverich; Kath., m. Ric.
-, Penyll, Ric., fam.,

Stalls Brickyard, in Corsley,

Standerwick (Som.),

Stane, de la, Christine, m. Ant.
-, Bydik, Constance, m. Godfrey
-, de St. Martin, Eliz.,
-, m. Sir Jas. de Norton, John,
-, Margery, m. Wm., Saffrey,
-, Pet., Rob.,

Stanford, Wm.,

Stanhope, Wm., baron Harrington
-, (d. 1756),

Stanlake, John,

Stanley, W. H.,

Stanley, in Bremhill, abbey and
-, abbot of, and see
-, Southbury

Stanshall, Adlam, Anne,
-, Chris., John,

Stanter, Eliz.,

Stanton, Wm. de,

Stanton Fitzwarren,

Stanton St. Bernard,

Stapleford, man. of,

Staples, Alex. (d. 1527), Alex.
-, (fl. 1590), Oliver, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Stapleton, Eliz., John,
-, Joyce, Leonard, Marg.,
-, m. Cressett, fam.,

Stawell, Geof. de, John,
-, Julia, see Gascelyn; Mat. de,

Stedman, John,

Stent, W. J.,

Stephen, King, n,

Stephen the chaplain (fl. 1250),

Stephen the tanner (fl. 1285),

Stephens, Lawr.,

Stert,

Steventon (Berks.), prior and priory
-, of,

Stikeberd, Thos., n

Stileman (Stillman), Ant. (fl. 1500),
-, Ant. (fl. 1561), Ant.
-, (fl. 1601), Christian,
-, John (d. 1601), John (d. 1649),
-, John (d. 1691), John
-, (fl. 1691), Ric., Rob.,
-, Dr. Wm., fam.,

Stockman, John,

Stockton, almsho.,
-, ch.,

Stockton Wood,

Stoke, in Bratton,

Stokes, Jas., John (I),
-, John (II), John (III), n;
-, Wm. of,

Stonehenge,

Stormore (St. Maur), in Dilton
-, Marsh,

Stoughton (Leics.),

Stourton, Chas., Ld. Stourton (d.
-, 1557), Edw., Ld. Stourton
-, ton (d. 1720), Eliz., see Moigne;
-, Frances, John, Ld.
-, Stourton (d. 1462), John,
-, Ld. Stourton (d. 1588),
-, Wm. (fl. 1410), Wm., Ld.
-, Stourton (d. 1477), Wm.,
-, Ld. Stourton (d. 1548),

Stourton Bushes, in Dilton Marsh,

Stourton Hill,

Stradbrook, in Bratton,

Stratfield Saye (Hants),

Stratton (Frank) & Co., dairy
-, farmers,

Street, Cecily, G. E.,
-, Wm.,

Stretton (Herts.),

Strode, John de,

Stroud (Gloucs.),

Studley (Oxon.), prioress and priory
-, of,

Stukeley, Wm., n

Stump (Stumpe), Isabel,
-, Sir Jas., Wm. (fl. 1550),
-, Wm. (fl. 1580),

Sturdy, Wm.,

Sturford, in Corsley,

Sturges, John,

Sturmy, Hen., Marg., see
-, Husee

Stury, Alice, see Blount; Sir Ric.,

Styward, John,

Sudeley Cast. (Gloucs.),

Sulleve, Beatrice,

Summerham Brook,

Summers, John,

Surrey,

Sussex,

Sutton, Jas. (fl. 1730), Jas. (fl.
-, 1800), Joan, Marg., see
-, Hungerford; Prince, Rob.,
-, baron Lexinton (d. 1723),
-, Wal. de, Sir Wm.,

Sutton, Little, in Sutton Veny,
-, adv., agric.,
-, chap., char., Little
-, Sutton Farm, man.,
-, mill, nonconf., tithes,

Sutton Veny (Fenny Sutton, Great
-, Sutton),
-, adv., agric.,
-, area, barrows,
-, bells, boundaries, chap.,
-, char., Church Farm,
-, chs., cloth ind.,
-, estates fields,
-, Greenhill, houses, inc.,
-, local govt., mans.,
-, Manor Ho., mills,
-, nonconf., place name,
-, Polebridge Ho., pop.,
-, rly., rectory ho., roads,
-, Rom. remains, scarlet fever,
-, schs., tithes, village,
-, woodland, and see Newnham,
-, Sutton (Little).

Swaddon, Hen.,

Swale, Ric.,

Swan Riv.,

Swayne, Arthur,

'Sweetappleshill', in Edington,

Sweetland, W.,

Sweltenham, Wm. of,

Swift, Jonathan,

Swindon,

Swoting, Rob., Wal.,

Sydenham, Sim., bp. of Salisbury,

Syon (Mddx.), abbey of St. Saviour,

Talbot, Jane,

Talboys, Sarah, n; Thos. (d.
-, 1765), n, Thos. (fl. 1795),

Taunton, Jas., John, -
-, (19th - cent. clothier),

Taunton (Som.),

Taylor (Tayler), Geo. (fl. 1800),
-, Geo. (d. c. 1852),
-, John, Sir Rob., Sir
-, Sim., Susan T., W. H.,
-, Wm., fam.,

Teffont Evias,

Teffont Magna (Upper Teffont),
-, agric.,
-, area, bells, boundaries,
-, char., ch.,
-, estates, fields, Fitz Ho.,
-, geol., houses, inc.,
-, inns, man., nonconf.,
-, pop., prehistoric remains,
-, roads, sch., village,
-, water supply, woodland,

Tellisford (Som.),

Temmes (Temmys), Joan, abbess of
-, Lacock, Joan (w. of Nic.),
-, see Croucheston; Joan (w. of Rob.),
-, John, Nic., Rob.,
-, Thos., fam.,

Templars, Knights,

Temple, Ann, m. John Bennett,
-, Miss F. M., m. Rule,
-, Grenville Newton, John,
-, Nic., Pet. (fl. 1660),
-, Pet. (d. 1755), Sam.,
-, Vere de Lone, Wm.
-, (fl. 1650), Wm. (fl. 1704),
-, n; Wm. (d. 1781),
-, Wm. (d. 1875),
-, fam.,

Templecombe (Som.),

Terumber, Jas.,

Testwood, Pet. of,

Tetbury (Gloucs.),

Tetteburn, de, Joan, Thos.,

Tewkesbury, battle of,

Thedulf (fl. 12th cent.),

Thetford (Norf.),

Thomas, vicar of Keevil (fl. 1222),

Thomas, rector of Baynton (fl. 1351),

Thomas, Hen., Wm.,

Thompson, Avery,

Thompson (Sam.) & Sons, maltsters,

Thornburgh, Giles,

Thorpe, Wm.,

Thoulstone, in Upton Scudamore,
-, adv., agric.,
-, chap., estate, pop.,
-, tithes,

Thresher, Ant.,

Thring, Brounker, J. G. D.,
-, Wm. Davidson, fam.,

Thurlaston (Leics.),

Thynne, Dorothy, Hen. Fred.
-, (fl. 1700), Hen. Fred., marquess
-, of Bath (succ. 1946), Sir Jas.,
-, Sir John (d. 1580),
-, John Alex., marquess of
-, Bath (d. 1896),
-, Sir
-, Thos. (fl. 1636),
-, Thos. (d. 1682),
-, Thos., vct. Weymouth (d. 1714),
-, Thos.,
-, vct. Weymouth (d. 1751),
-, Thos., marquess of Bath (d. 1796),
-, Thos., marquess of Bath (d. 1837),
-, Thos. Hen., marquess of Bath (d.
-, 1946),
-, fam.,

Tichebourn, Anne,

Tickenham (Som.), chant.,

Tilshead, John of,

Tilshead,

Tilshead, South,

Tinhead (Tunhede), of, John (fl.
-, 1280), John (fl. 1329),
-, Marg., Maud, m.
-, (1) Percy (2) Sir Rob. Selyman,
-, Mic., Phil.,
-, fam.,

Tinhead, in Edington,
-, agric., Chartism.,
-, cloth ind.,
-, Court ho., highway maintenance,
-, houses, inc.,
-, inns, limekiln, mans.,
-, mill, nonconf.,
-, poor relief, sch.,
-, tithes, village,

Tinhead Hill,

Tinny, Thos.,

Tipper, Wm. (fl. 1670), Wm.
-, (d. by 1700),

Tirell, Sir Hugh, Isabel,

Tisbury, and
-, see Pythouse

Titford, Jas.,

Titt, John Wallis,

Tocotes, Rob., Sir Rog. (fl. 1467),
-, Sir Rog. (fl. 1535),

Togwell, John,

Tommes, John,

Tony, Alice (w. of Rog.), see Bohun;
-, Alice, m. Wal. Beauchamp,
-, Ralph (1), Ralph (11),
-, Rog.,

Toogood, John,

Tooker, Edw., Giles,

Toone, J. V., W. C.,

Topp, Alex. (1), Alex (11),
-, John (1), John (11),
-, Thos., fam.,

Torksey, John,

Torrance, John,

Touke, Thos.,

Tous (fl. 11th cent.),

Townsend, Eliz.,
-, Rog.,

Tracy, Eve de,

Tragett, Thos. Heathcote,

Trapp, Avice, m. Wm. Trolloppe,
-, John, Thos.,

Tree, Wm.,

Tregoze, de, John, Rob.,
-, Sibyl (w. of Rob.), see Ewyas;
-, Sibyl, m. Wm. de Grandison,

Tremlett, Thos.,

Trenchard, Edw., Ellen,
-, Frances, m. John Hippesley,
-, Francis (d. c. 1622),
-, Francis (d. 1635), John (d.
-, by 1655), John (d. 1723),
-, John (formerly Ashfordby),
-, John Wm. (d. 1801), Ric.,
-, Rob. (formerly Hippesley),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1591), Wm.
-, (d. 1710), fam.,

Trolloppe, Allen, Avice, see
-, Trapp; Wm.,

Tropenell, Agnes, see Chamberlain;
-, Thos.,

Trowbridge, Wm.,

Trowbridge, rectors of,

Trowbridge, n,
-, char., cloth ind.,
-, court, hosp., man.,
-, n; nonconf.,
-, schs.,
-, U.D.C., Wyke Ho.,

Trowbridge, honor of,

Trowbridge and Melksham Union,

Trowbridge Water Co.,

Trowe, de, Jas., Joan, Ric.,
-, Rog. (fl. 1242), Rog. (fl.
-, 1401),

Try (Trye), Agnes, Joan,

Tubb, Wm.,

Tuchet, Geo., Ld. Audley and earl
-, of Castlehaven (d. 1617),
-, Jas., Ld. Audley and earl
-, of Castlehaven (d. 1684), Mervin,
-, Ld. Audley and earl of
-, Castlehaven (d. 1631),

Tuck, Ric.,

Tucker, Hen., Ric.,

Tudor, Owen,

Tunhede, see Tinhead

Tunstall, Cuthbert, bp. of London,

Turner, Geo., Gilb. Trowe à
-, Beckett (formerly Beckett),
-, John (d. 1633),
-, John (d. 1645), John (d. c.
-, 1804), Marg., Martha,
-, Thos. à Beckett, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Turpin, Dick,

Tutt, Jas.,

Twynyho, Edw., Geo.,
-, Rog.,

Tylney-Long, Cath., m. Wm. Wellesley
-, Pole, Sir Jas.,

Tynny, John, Rog., fam.,
-, n

Tyte, Geo.,

Tytherington, in Heytesbury,

Tytherley, of, Joan, see Welislegh;
-, Ralph,

Ubsdell, T. P.,

Uffenham, Emma, m. John Maggs,
-, Ric., Rog.,

Uley (Gloucs.),

United States of America,

Upton (Essex), n

Upton Cressett (Salop.),

Upton Lovell,

Upton Scudamore,
-, adv.,
-, agric., area, bells,
-, boundaries, chants.,
-, char., ch.,
-, estates, fields, geol.,
-, houses, inc., mans.,
-, Manor Farm,
-, mills, nonconf.,
-, pop., prehistoric remains,
-, roads, Rom. remains,
-, schs., Temple Farm,
-, tithes, village water
-, works, woodland, and see
-, Norridge, Scudamore organs,
-, Thoulstone

Usher, Hen.,

Usher's (of Trowbridge), brewers,

Usk, Adam of,

Vake, le, Edith, see Punde; John
-, (fl. 1376), John (fl. 1425),
-, John (fl. 1440), Ralph, n;
-, Thos., Wal.,

Vallis, R.,

Van, the (Glam.),

Vane, Wm., duke of Cleveland (d.
-, 1864), fam.,

Vardy, J. L., R. E., fam.,

Veel, de, Joan, John,
-, Sir Pet.,

Vere, Anne, m. Sir Humph. Brown,
-, Audrey, m. John Brown,
-, Eliz., m. John Mordaunt, Sir
-, Hen., Isabel, see Greene; Sir
-, Ric.,

Vials, - (19th - cent. architect),

Vicary, G. J., G. T.,

Videlu, Joan, John,

Villiers, Eliz., see Danvers; Rob. (later
-, Danvers),

Vincent, Rob.,

Viner, Anne, m. Oliver Chivers,
-, Hen. (fl. 1600), Hen. (d.
-, 1626), Mary, m. John Minshull,
-, Ric.,

Vivon, de, Hugh,
-, Mabel, see Malet

Vowles, W. C.,

Waddington, David,

Wadman, John, Mrs. - (fl.
-, 1712),

Wake, Hugh, Joan, Thos.,

Walden, Rog., abp. of Canterbury,

Waldron, John, Wm.,

Wales, Prince of, see Henry Frederick

Walker, Heneage, Maj. J. C.,
-, John (d. 1758), John (later
-, Walker Heneage, d. 1806),
-, Wm.,

Walker Heneage, Geo. (formerly
-, Wyld), John (formerly Walker,
-, d. 1806), John David Wm.
-, Graham,

Walkern (Herts.), honor of,

Waller, Sir Wm.,

Wallington, Sir John,

Wallis, John,

Walrond, Maud,

Walsh, H., J. H. A., John,

Walsingham, Sir Francis,

Walter the miller (of Little Sutton),

Walter the physician (of Bishopstrow)

Waltham, John, bp. of Salisbury,

Wanborough,

Wanklin (Wancklin), Thos.,
-, Col. - (fl. 1638),

Wansborough, Wm., fam.,

Wansey, Geo. (d. 1707),
-, Geo. (d. 1807), Geo.
-, (fl. 1830), Hen. (fl. 1650),
-, Hen. (fl. 1724), Hen.
-, (d. 1827), John, Wm.,
-, fam.,

War Department,

Ward, John, Lettice, see White
-, cliff; Thos., fam.,

Warder, John, Thos.,

Wardour, Sir Edw.,

Ware, Alex.,

Warin the Marshal (fl. 12th cent.),

Warlewast, Rob., dean of Salisbury,
-, n

Warminster,
-, adv., agric.,
-, almshos., Alms
-, ho. Bridge, area, arms,
-, Athenaeum, banking,
-, Barley Research sta.,
-, bells, borough,
-, boundaries, brewing
-, ind., brickmaking ind.,
-, bridges, burgesses,
-, chant., chap. of St. Laur.,
-, char.,
-, chs.,
-, Civil War,
-, cloth ind.,
-, courts, cross,
-, Cutting's Farm, engineering
-, ind., estates,
-, fairs, fields, fire
-, brigade, garrison, gas
-, supply, geol., health
-, (public), highway maintenance,
-, horsehair ind.,
-, hosps., houses,
-, inc., ind.,
-, inns,
-, local govt., Lord
-, Weymouth's Grammar Sch.,
-, malting ind., mans.,
-, man. ho.,
-, market,
-, market gardening
-, ind., market ho., mills,
-, minster, newspapers,
-, nonconf.,
-, Old Meeting ho.,
-, placename, police sta.,
-, poor relief, pop.,
-, prehistoric remains,
-, rly., Reformatory
-, sch., roads,
-, Rom. Cath., Rom. remains,
-, ropemaking ind., St.
-, Boniface Missionary coll.,
-, St. Denys's Home, schs.,
-, services
-, (public), sewage disposal,
-, silk ind., sports,
-, streets, street
-, lighting, Sunday schs.,
-, tithes, tolseld,
-, town guide, Town Hall,
-, trade, U.D.C.,
-, water supply, Wood
-, mead Home, n workho.,
-, Yard Ho., and see
-, Boreham, Bugley, Portway, Small
-, brook, Warminster Common

Warminster, hund. of,

Warminster, prebends of,
-, and see Wells cath

Warminster Bank,

Warminster Common, in Warminster, agric.,
-, char., nonconf.,
-, sch., sewage disposal,
-, water supply, workho.,

Warminster Gas and Coke Co.,

Warminster Herald,

Warminster Infants' Friend Society,

Warminster Ladies' Benevolent Society,

Warminster Miscellany,

Warminster Pew Case,

Warminster and Westbury Journal,

Warminster and Wilts. Bank (Old
-, Bank),

Warren, Geo., Louisa,
-, Pet., Pitman, - (fl.
-, 1720), fam.,

Warrener (Warriner), Gifford,
-, Joan, John le, fam.,

Waspail, Agnes, Cecily,
-, Godfrey, Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1318), John (d. 1361),
-, John (d. 1448), Osbert
-, (d. by 1194), Osbert (fl. 1194),
-, Rob., Rog. (fl. 1166),
-, Rog. (fl. 1233), Rog.
-, (fl. 1242), Wm. (d. by 1268),
-, Wm. (d. by 1318),
-, Wm. (fl. 1361), fam.,

Watson-Taylor, G. S. A., Geo.,
-, Sim., fam.,

Watts, Isaac (19th - cent. ropemaker),
-, Jas., John (of Westbury
-, Leigh, fl. 1724), John
-, (of Bremeridge, fl. 1727),
-, John (of Bremeridge, fl. 1750),
-, Revd. John (of Bremeridge),
-, John (of Trowbridge, fl. 1774),
-, John (of Keevil, fl. 1812),
-, Tristram,

Watts and Price, ropemakers,

Waugh, J. H., rector of Corsley,

Wauton, de, Joan, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. 1350), Wm. (fl.
-, 1350),

Waverley (Surr.), abbot of,

Weaver, Pet.,

Weaver and Adye (of Bradford),
-, architects,

Webb (Webbe), Beatrice, Eliz.,
-, Geo.; bp. of Limerick,
-, Joan, m. Alex. Chocke,
-, John, Marg., Rob.,
-, Sidney, Thos.,
-, Wm., - (17th
-, cent. agitator),

Weeks (Weekes), Jacob, Thos.,

Weldon, Paul,

Welislegh, de, Joan, m. Ralph of
-, Tytherley, Phil.,

Wellesley, Hen. Ric. Chas., earl
-, Cowley (d. 1884),

Wellesley-Pole, Cath., see Tylney
-, Long; Wm., earl of Mornington
-, (d. 1857), Wm. Ric. Arthur,
-, earl of Mornington (d. 1863),

Wellhead Stream,

Wellow (Som.),

Wells, Gilb., Jas.,
-, Mary, Rob.,

Wells (Som.), canons of,

Wells, cath. of,
-, prebend of Warminster alias
-, Luxfield, in,

Wells, Dean and Chapter of,

Were, E. A., Ric.,

Were (stream),

Wesley, John,

West, John,

West Wilts. Post, The,

West Wilts. Printing Co.,

West Wilts. Water Board,

Westbrook, Pet.,

Westbury, of, Agnes, m. Rob.
-, Leversage, John,
-, Kath., see Fitz Warin; Wm.
-, (d. 1449),
-, Wm. (d. 1482), fam.,

Westbury, vicar of,

Westbury,
-, adv., agric.,
-, almshos., area,
-, Bank Ho., banking,
-, bells, borough, boundaries,
-, brickmaking
-, ind., burgages
-, cement works, chants.,
-, chaps., char.,
-, Chartism, chs.,
-, Church Farm,
-, ind.,
-, courts, cricket
-, ground, Dye Ho.,
-, engineering ind., fairs,
-, Ferndale, fire brigade,
-, Fontainville Ho., geol.,
-, gloving ind., the Ham,
-, hosps., houses,
-, inc., ind., inns,
-, ironworking ind., Laverton
-, Institute, Leigh Ho.,
-, Leighton Ho.,
-, local govt.,
-, malting ind., mans.,
-, Manor Ho.,
-, markets, Market Hall,
-, mills, New
-, Town, nonconf.,
-, Parl. rep., poor relief,
-, pop., postal service,
-, printing ind., prison, rly.,
-, roads, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs., seal, sewage
-, disposal, streets, street
-, lighting, swimming
-, baths, tithes, trade,
-, U. D. C., vicarage ho.,
-, Victoria coll., water supply,
-, Westbury Ho., work
-, ho., and see Bayly,
-, Chalford, 'Chantry', Dilton (Old),
-, Westbury Leigh

Westbury, hund of,

Westbury Brick and Tile Pottery Co.,

Westbury Gas. Co.,

Westbury Glove Co. Ltd.,

Westbury Iron Co.,

Westbury Leigh, in Westbury,
-, char., ch.,
-, cloth ind., estates,
-, gloving ind.,
-, houses, malting ind.,
-, man., mills, nonconf.,
-, Palace Garden,
-, poor relief, pop.,
-, schs., workho.,

Westbury White Horse,

Westley John, Leonard,
-, Thos. (1), Thos. (11),

Westminster, abbey and abbot of,
-, Dean and Chapter of,

Weston, Wm.,

Westwell, Edith, see Adlam; John,

Westwood,

Wey, Wm.,

Weyt, Anne, see Mompesson; Wm.,

Whaddon, in Semington,

Wharton, Anne, see Lee; Thos.,
-, marquess of Wharton (d. 1715),

Whatden, Wm.,

Whatley (Whatly), Anne, John
-, (fl. 1545), John (fl. 1660),
-, John (fl. 1680), Pet., Rob.
-, of (fl. 1242), Rob. (fl. 1550),

Whatmore, Edw.,

Wheeler (Wheler), Chas., Eliz.,
-, Geo., Granville (d. 1770),
-, Granville (fl. 1770),
-, Mary Ann, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Whissheley, John,

Whitaker, Anna Maria, Anne,
-, m. Ant. Kington, Cath.,
-, Chris., Geof. (fl. 1551),
-, Geof. (fl. 1660), Hen. (fl. 1685)
-, 1576), Hen. (fl. 1685),
-, Jeffery (d. c. 1601),
-, Jeffery (d.
-, 1625), Jeffery (fl. 1682),
-, Jeffery (d. c. 1775),
-, John (fl. 1500),
-, John (fl. 1808),
-, John (alias Bathe),
-, John Saffery, Joshua,
-, Nash, Phil.,
-, Ric. (fl. 1545), Ric. (alias
-, Bath), Steph. (d. 1576),
-, Steph. (fl. 1576),
-, Susannah, Thos. (fl.
-, 1638), Thos. (fl. 1690),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1855), Wm. (fl.
-, 1585), Wm. (fl. 1619),
-, Wm. (fl. 1655), Wm. (d.
-, 1693), Wm. (fl. 1758),
-, Wm. (fl. 1770), - (16th
-, cent. clothier), fam.,

Whitbourne, in Corsley,
-, ch., cloth ind., man.,
-, nonconf., work
-, ho.,

White, Eliz., see Matravers; Geo.,
-, Joan, Ric.,
-, Rob., Thos. (fl. 1801),
-, Thos. (fl. 1839), W. H.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1561), Wm. (fl.
-, 1850),

White Horse, see Westbury White
-, Horse

Whitecliff, of, Agnes, see Wilmington;
-, Lettice, m. Thos. Ward,
-, Marg., Wm.,

Whitehart, Nic.,

Whitmore, Geo., Thos.,

Whitwood, Rob.,

Whorwellsdown, hund. of,
-, placename,

Wilkins, Ant., John,
-, Ric., Wm. (fl. 1624),
-, Wm. (fl. 1724),

Wilkins and Cogswell, woolspinners,

Wilkinson, Revd. F. H.,

Willes, Edw., bp. of Bath and Wells,
-, Francis, Jane, m. Lionel
-, Seaman, Marg. Sophia, m.
-, W. A. Mackinnon, Wm.,

William I, King,

William (fl. 1086), tenant of the
-, abbess of Romsey,

William son of Guy (fl. 1086),

William the chaplain (of Penleigh),

William (fl. 1314), vicar of Edington,

Williams, Ant., Grace,
-, John, Steph. (d. c. 1700),
-, Steph. (fl. 1708), Wm.,

Willis, Frank, Hen.,
-, J. G. D., John, Jos.
-, Deane, Jos. Deans,

Willoughby, Anne (w. of Sir John),
-, see Cheyney; Anne, m. (1) Chas.
-, Blount (2) Ric. Broke (3) Sir John
-, Bonham, Sir Ant.,
-, Blanche, m. Francis Dawtrey,
-, Dorothy, Edw., Eliz.,
-, m. John Paulet, Eliz. (w. of
-, Rob. d. 1521), see Beauchamp);
-, Eliz., m. Sir Fulk Greville,
-, Sir John (fl. 1461),
-, John (fl. 1563), Leonard,
-, Sir Rob., baron Willoughby de
-, Broke (d. 1502), n,
-, Rob., baron Willoughby
-, de Broke (d. 1521),
-, fam.,

Wilmington, of, Agnes, m. Wm. of
-, Whitecliff, John, Rob.,

Wilson, Jas., Wm.,

Wilton, Hervey of, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wilton, abbess of, n

Wilton, hosp. of St.
-, John,

Wiltshire, ctss. of, see Stafford (Constance)

Wiltshire, earl of, see Stafford (John)

Wiltshire, sheriff of,

Wiltshire,

Wilts. and Dorset Bank,

Wiltshire Farmers Ltd.,

Wiltshire Times, The,

Wilynton, Ralph of,

Winchester (Hants), abbot of Hyde,

Winchester, bp. of, and see
-, Bilson, Edington (Wm. of), Fox

Winchester Coll.,

Winchester, Dean and Chapter of,

Winchester, marquesses of,
-, and see Paulet

Windover, Edw.,

Windsor, of, John, Wm.,

Windsor (Berks.), dean and canons
-, of St. George's chap.,

Wingfield,

Winslow, Rog.,

Winterbourne Monkton (Dors.),

Winterbourne Stoke,

Wiseman, Sim.,

Witcharley, Dan., n

Witcom, Wm.,

Wlward (fl. 11th cent.),

Wolley, see Woolley

Wolmangere, le, John, Rob.,

Wolverton (Som.),

Woodborough,

Woodcock, Sarah, m. Thos. Talboys,
-, n

Woodhouse, And.,

Woodrington, Sir Hen.,

Woodward, Jas. (later Lee Warner),
-, Wm.,

Woolley (Wolley), Eleanor, see Mohun;
-, John, Mary

Wootton Underwood (Bucks.),

Worcester, bp. of, see Carpenter
-, (John)

Wordsworth, Chris., bp. of Lincoln,

Works, Office of,

World War, First,

Worsley, Anne, see Lye; Sir Jas.,
-, Sir Rob., fam.,

Worth, Edw., Geo. (d. 1561),
-, Geo. (fl. 1600),
-, Isabel, m. Francis Mere
-, wether, Marg., m. Rob.
-, Nicholas, Mary, n; fam.,

Worton,

Wraxall, North,

Wraxall, South,

Wren, Sir Chris.,

Wright, Ellis,

Wrothe, Sir Thos.,

Wroughton, Wm.,

Wyatt, Jeffry (later Wyatville),
-, T. H.,

Wyatt and Brandon, architects,

Wyatville, Sir Jeffry (formerly Wyatt),

Wyche, Mary Anne,

Wychewell, John, Marion,

Wyght, John,

Wyke, Wal. of,

Wyke (Dors.),

Wyld, Geo. Heneage (later Walker
-, Heneage),

Wylliton, Ralph of, n

Wylye,

Wylye, riv.,

Wylye Valley Hunt,

Wyndham, Guy Ric. Chas., Hen.
-, (d. 1788), Hen. Penruddock
-, (d. 1819), Percy Scawen,
-, Wadham, Wm. (fl.
-, 1689), Wm. (fl. 1730),
-, Wm. (d. 1785), Wm. (fl. 1837),
-, Wm. (fl. 1916),
-, fam.,

Wysse, John, Thos.,

Yardley, Bart.,

Yarnbrook, in North Bradley,

Yate (Gloucs.),

Yatesbury,

Yerbury, Edw., Wm.,

Yoad (Yoed), in Heywood,

York, duke of, see Frederick Augustus

York, Wm. of, bp. of Salisbury,

Young, Arthur, John,
-, M.R.C., T. W., fam.,

Young Women's Christian Association,

Youngson, Dacre,

Zouche, Chas., Edw., Ld.
-, Zouche (d. 1578), Ric., Ld.
-, Zouche (d. 1552), fam.,



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