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'Index: A-J', A History of the County of Shropshire: Volume 11: Telford (1985), pp. 337-354. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=18202 Date accessed: 28 August 2014.


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Among the abbreviations used the following, sometimes with -s added to form a plural, may need elucidation: adv., advowson; archd., archdeacon; bdy., boundary; bro., brother; bur., buried; C.P., civil parish; ch., church; char., charity; co., company, county; ct., court; dau., daughter; fl., flourished; ho., house; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; lib., liberty; m., married; n, note; pk., park; R.D., rural district; R.S.D., rural sanitary district; rem., remains; Rom., Roman; s., son; sis., sister; U.D., urban district; U.S.D., urban sanitary district; w., wife. A page number in italics denotes an illustration on or facing that page.

A.S.S.Q. Associates,

Aaron, John,

Abbey, J. P.,

Abbey Foregate (in Holy Cross par., Shrewsbury):
-, abbey, n,
-, abbot,
-, ch. (Holy Cross, formerly St. Peter's),
-, Abbey (post-Dissolution ho.),

Abbot:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Abbot's brook, see Headford brook

Acton Burnell,

Acton Reynald (in Shawbury),

Acton Round,

Adam 'de aula de Stircheleye', n

Adamson Alliance Co. Ltd.,

Adamson-Butterley Ltd.,

Adcote (in Baschurch),

Addenbrooke (formerly Homfray),John,

Adderley, n; and see Shavington; Spoonley

Addison, Chris., Vct. Addison,

Addison, H. & S.,

Addison, Hen., & Co.,

Adey, C. W.,

Admaston (in Wrockwardine),
-, Admaston Hall,
-, Admaston Ho.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, community centre,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Donnerville,
-, farms,
-, geol.,
-, housing,
-, librs.,
-, name,
-, Oaklands,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rly.,
-, roads,
-, portway,
-, St. Christopher's Hall,
-, schs.,
-, sewerage,
-, disposal wks.,
-, spa ('Wellington Spa'),
-, sports,
-, steeplechasing,
-, village,
-, water supply,

Admaston sewage works, see Dothill

admiralty of England, vice-admiral,

Adney, Ric.,

Æthelflæd, lady of the Mercians,

Aga Heat Ltd.,

agriculture:
-, assarting,
-, crops, q.v.
-, dairy farming,
-, draining,
-, equipment,
-, harrows, n
-, hurdles,
-, ox chains, n
-, ploughs,
-, ploughshares,
-, rollers,
-, tractors,
-, troughs,
-, fertilizers,
-, granges, monastic,
-, herbage,
-, inclosure,
-, land agents, see industries, etc.
-, livestock,
-, bees,
-, cattle,
-, deer,
-, diseases,
-, dogs,
-, goats,
-, horses,
-, pigeons (doves),
-, poultry,
-, rabbits,
-, sheep,
-, swans,
-, swine (pigs),
-, pannage,
-, rents, q.v.
-, shelling,
-, workers,
-, bordars, q.v.
-, carters,
-, dairymaids,
-, neifs, q.v.
-, oxherds (bovarii),
-, serfs (servi),
-, shepherds,
-, villeins (villani), q.v.
-, and see foodstuffs; named places

Agriculture, minister of,

Aigueblanche, Peter de, bp. of Hereford,

air-raid precautions, see World Wars

Alan son of Flaald,
-, his fam., see FitzAlan

Alberbury, see Wattlesborough

Albert, H. & E.,

Albert Edward bridge (in Buildwas and Coalbrookdale),

Albion Hill, see St. George's

Albrightlee (in St. Alkmund's, Shrewsbury),

Albrighton,

'Alcan' theoretical new town,

ale and beer,
-, assize of, see franchises
-, brewing,
-, hos., see named places
-, tasters,
-, and see Beer Act; industries, etc.: malting; Licensing Act

Alkmund, St.,

Allcock, Thos., n,

Allen, Rob.,

Alliance Assurance Co.,

Allied Ironfounders Ltd.,

allotments, see gardening

allotments (county divisions),

Allscott (in Wrockwardine),
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, hamlet,
-, ind. and trade:
-, fertilizer wks.,
-, fulling,
-, skins,
-, mill,
-, name,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, tithes,
-, Wrockwardine benefice hos.,

Allscott sugar factory, see Walcot

almshouses, see Wellington; Wrockwardine; and see hospitals: eleemosynary

Alps, the,

aluminium, see industries, etc.

Alveley,

Amblecote (Staffs. and Worcs., formerly Staffs.) (in Old Swinford),

ambulances, see medicine, etc.

America, United States of,
-, army, see forces
-, and see Illinois; Radburn

Anabaptists,

Angell, Wm.,

Anglesey, see Holyhead

Anglo-Catholicism, see Church of England

animal diseases, see agriculture: livestock

Anslow & Wackrill,

Anstice:
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm. Reynolds,
-, fam.,

Anstice, Horton & Rose,

antiquaries, see historians and antiquaries
-,

Antonine Itinerary (Itinerarium Antonini),

Antony, John, see Johnson

Apley (in Wellington),
-, n
-, as address,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, Apley Castle,
-, bdy.,
-, bricks and tiles,
-, Civil War events,
-, commons and waste,
-, dom. archit.,
-, geol.,
-, housing,
-, inc., n,
-, man.,
-, name,
-, pk.,
-, pop.,
-, road,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, sch.,
-, Telford gen. hosp. (planned),
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Aqueduct (in Madeley),
-, ch. (mission),
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade:
-, chains,
-, founding,
-, nailmaking,
-, soap,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, sewerage,

Aqueduct housing estate (in Dawley),

Aquitaine, duke of, see Henry II

Arbois, Otes of,

Archaeology, Institute of Industrial, see Coalbrookdale

archery, see entertainments, etc.

architects, and see A.S.S.Q. Associates; Barry, Sir Chas.; Bellamy, R.; Bidlake, Geo.; Bishop, Mr. - Bowdler, Mr. - Butler, Bertram; Carline, John; Christian, Ewan; Dalgleish, C. B.; Eginton, Harvey; Farmer, Jos.; Fleeming, T. H.; Gibbs, Jas.; Goodhart-Rendel, H. S.; Griffiths, R.; Hamilton, G. E.; Hancock, Wal.; Hansom, J. A.; Haycock, Edw.; Haycock, J. H.; Hayward, Wm. (d. 1782); Ingall & Sons; Isitt, Herb.; Jellicoe, G. A.; Jones, Elijah; Ladds, John; Moore, T. L.; Norton, John; Owen, T. E.; Reeves & Voysey; Scott, Sir Geo. Gilb.; Smith, S. Pountney; Smith, Sam.; Smith, Thos.; Steuart, Geo.; Street, G. E.; Telford, Thos.; Trubshaw, Jas.; Webb, W. A.

Arden, Geo.,

Arfan, St., and see 'Hawthorn', St.

Arlescott (in Barrow),

Arleston (in Wellington),
-, as address,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, Arleston Man. (formerly Ho.),
-, Bennetts Bank,
-, Brooklyn Ho.,
-, Buck's Head inn,
-, children's home,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, fire stn.,
-, geol.,
-, hamlet,
-, housing,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, bricks, n
-, coal and ironstone,
-, sand,
-, man.,
-, mill,
-, name,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, schs., n,
-, Telford Coll. of Arts and Technology (formerly Walker Technical Coll.),
-, tithes,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,
-, youth centre,

armed forces, see forces

Arminianism,

arms (heraldry), n, n, n,

Arthen son of Brychan, and others of the name, n

Artillery Volunteers, see forces

artists, graphic, and see Bayliss, J. C.; Bayliss, Sir Wyke; Lawson, C. G.; Owen, Edw. Pryce; Parkes, David; Randall, John

Arundel:
-, ctss. of, see Talbot
-, earls of, and see FitzAlan; Howard

Arundel House, see Madeley

ash, see wood

Ashby:
-, Geo.,
-, Hannah, see Waring

Ashwood:
-, Dorothy, m. Hen. (later Sir Hen.) Hawley,
-, John (fl. 1705-13),
-, John (d. 1751),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Ashwood Lodge, see Kingswinford

Asians,

asphalt, see industries, etc.

assarting, see agriculture

Assemblies of God,

assizes, see courts; franchises

Astley:
-, Mary, m. Ric. Dyott,
-, Matthias,
-, fam., n

Astley Abbots, see Wren's Nest

Aston, Sir Edw.,

Aston (Warws., later mainly Birm.), Aston Villa F. C.,

Aston (in Wellington), plate
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, Aston Hall, plate
-, bdy., plate
-, chemical wks., plate
-, commons and waste,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est., n, n,
-, fields, open, plate
-, hamlet,
-, inc.,
-, name,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads, plate
-, streams,
-, tithes,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,

Aston, Chetwynd (in Edgmond),

Aston, Church (in Edgmond),
-, Pitchcroft,

Aston Eyre (in Morville),

Atcham,
-, Berwick Maviston, q.v.
-, Chilton, q.v.
-, ch.,
-, clergy,
-, ct., man., n
-, Cronkhill, q.v.
-, Emstrey, q.v.
-, man., n
-, Tern, q.v.
-, Uckington, q.v.

Athénas, Pierre-Louis,

athletics, see entertainments, etc.

Atkiss:
-, Geo.,
-, Nat.,
-, Thos.,

attorneys, see industries, etc.: lawyers

Attwood, Ernest, n

Atwood, Sir John,

auctioneer, see industries, etc.

Audlem (Ches.),

Audley:
-, Jas. of, n
-, fam.,

Audley, Barons, see Tuchet

Augsburg (Germany),

Australia,
-, Bathurst, bp. of, see Marsden, S. E.

Aychley, see Sandford

Babyngton:
-, Marg., w. of Norman,
-, Norman,
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1454),
-, Wm. (fl. 1454),

bacon, see foodstuffs: meat

Badger,

badger baiting, see entertainments, etc.

Bagnall, Hen.,

Bagshaw, Fra.,

Bailey:
-, Mary, m. Wm. Hayward (d. 1727), n
-, fam., n
-, and see Bayley

bailiffs (beadles, reeves),
-, hund.,
-, man.,

Bailleul, Reynold of (the sheriff), n,

Bakewell, Rob.,

baking, see foodstuffs: bread

Ball:
-, A. W.,
-, Canon C. R.,
-, E. A. R.,
-, Jos.,
-, Kathleen M., m. J. A. Nathaniel,
-, Rebecca, see Reynolds
-, Wm.,
-, fam., n

Ball's coppice, see Wrockwardine Wood

Ball's Hill, see Dawley

Balsall, Temple (in Hampton-in- Arden, Warws.), hosp.,

bands, see entertainments, etc.: music

Banes, Rog., and see Baynes

Bank, Green, see Dawley, Little

Bank, the, see Coalbrookdale

Bank House, see Ketley Bank

banking, see industries, etc.; banks, savings

Banks:
-, Sir Jos.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1687-1715),
-, Wm. (fl. 1715-58),

banks, savings,

bannering, see Rogationtide processions

Banning, Benj.,

Baptists, n plate and see Anabaptists

Barber:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Barber & Son,

Barbour, Sam., see Hill

barges, see boats

bark, see crops

Barker:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

barley, see crops: cereals

Barlow, Thos.,

Barnard, Barons, see Vane

Barneham, Fra.,

Barnet, Joshua,

Barnett:
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, his s.,

Barney:
-, Edw.,
-, John,

baronies (honors), see Clun; Combe, Castle; Montgomery; Nantwich; Oswestry; Petworth; Pulverbatch, Church; Wem; Weobley

Barons' War,

Barrow,
-, Arlescott, q.v.
-, Caughley, q.v.
-, Marsh, the, q.v.
-, ward of Wenlock boro.,

Barry, Sir Chas.,

Barlett:
-, John, n,
-, Susanna Ball, see Reynolds

Barton, Jas.,

basalt, see minerals and mining

Basalts Ltd.,

Baschurch:
-, Adcote, q.v.
-, hund., see Pimhill hundred
-, Stanwardine in the Fields, q.v.

baskets, see industries, etc.

Bath (Som.),

Bathurst (Australia), bp. of, see Marsden, S. E.

batteries, see industries, etc.: electrical goods

Battersby, Miss E. D. H.,

Battlefield,

Baugh, Wm.,

Baxter:
-, Geo.,
-, Ric.,

Bayley:
-, John,
-, Mic., n
-, Ric.,
-, and see Bailey

Baylies:
-, Ann, m. John Darby,
-, Thos.,

Bayliss:
-, J. C.,
-, Sir Wyke,

Baynes, Ralph, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield, n; and see Banes

beadles, see bailiffs

beans, see crops: vegetables

Bearstone (in Mucklestone), n

Beattie, Jos.,

Beauchamp:
-, Eliz., Baroness Bergavenny, m. Sir Edw. Nevill,
-, Joan, Baroness Bergavenny, see FitzAlan

Beaufoy fam.,

Beaumais:
-, Ric. (I) of, bp. of London (d. 1127),
-, Ric. (II) of (d. 1162),

Bebington (Ches.), see Port Sunlight

Beckbury,

Beddoe, John, n

Beddoes, T. L., n

Beddoes & Green,

Bedfordshire, see Riseley; Stotfold

Bedlam, see Madeley Wood

bedsteads, see industries, etc.: furni ture

Bedworth (Warws.),

Beeching Report, see Reshaping of British Railways

beef, see foodstuffs: meat

beer, see ale and beer

Beer Act (1830),

bees, see agriculture: livestock

beet, sugar, see crops: vegetables

Bell:
-, Dr. And.,
-, Rob., n, n

Bell brook,

bell founding, see industries, etc.

Bellamy, R.,

Bellême, Rob. of, earl of Shrewsbury,

Bellis, Ric., n

Belmont House, see Ironbridge

Benbow, Geo.,

bendware, see wood: working

Benet (fl. 1086),

Bennett, John,

Bennett, John, & Co.,

Bennetts Bank, see Arleston

Benthall,
-, adv.,
-, Bower weir and yard,
-, C.P.,
-, clergy, n
-, ind. and trade:
-, lead smelting,
-, limestone,
-, Iron Bridge, the, q.v.
-, man.,
-, rly., Ironbridge and Broseley stn.,
-, weir,

Beoley (Worcs.),

Bergavenny:
-, Baron, see Nevill
-, Baronesses, see Beauchamp; FitzAlan

Berrington, Phil. of,

Berrington,

Berwick, Barons, and see Hill; Noel-Hill

Berwick Maviston (in Atcham), n

Bessemer process, see iron and steel: processes

Betton in Hales (in Market Drayton), n

Beveley (formerly Springwell) brook, n,

Beveley (Beveley Brook) (in Wellington and Wombridge), n
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, road,
-, Staneford,
-, name, n,
-, water supply,

Bewdley (in Ribbesford, Worcs.),

bicycles, see engineering: products

Biddle, John,

Biddle, Mountford, & Co.,

Bidlake, Geo.,

Bidston (Ches.), see Birkenhead

Bigod, Abraham,

billiards, see entertainments, etc.

Bilston (in Wolverhampton, Staffs.),

Bilston Slag Co. (1924) Ltd.,

bingo, see entertainments, etc.

Binnell:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, and see Bynnell

Birch, Jas.,

Birches, the, see Buildwas

Birches brook,

Birchfield Foundry Ltd.,

Birds, W. T.,

Birkenhead (in Bidston, Ches.),

Birmingham (Warws.), n, n
-, Aston, q.v.
-, city,
-, aldermen,
-, architect,
-, housing,
-, ind., trade, and professions,
-, architects,
-, banker,
-, butchers,
-, engineering,
-, glass,
-, steel,
-, wire,
-, inner city partnership area, n
-, pop.,
-, regional hosp. bd.,
-, road,
-, satellite towns,
-, univ.,

Birmingham & Liverpool Junction Canal,

Birmingham Gazette,

Bishop, Mr. -,

Bishton:
-, Geo.,
-, John (d. 1803),
-, John (d. 1809),
-, fam.,

bitumen, see minerals and mining

Black Country (Staffs. and Worcs.),
-, the,
-, ind. and trade,
-, butchers,
-, iron,
-, pop.,

Black Death, see medicine, etc.: diseases

'Black Rock', see minerals and mining:basalt

Blakesley (Northants.), see Foxley

Blakeway, Edw.,

Blest, Ric.,

Bletchley (in Moreton Say),

Blews Hill, see Dawley

Blind, Royal National Institute for the,

Blists Hill (in Madeley), n
-, canal,
-, geol.,
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade:
-, bricks,
-, clay,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, iron, plates
-, sanitary pipes,
-, mission ch., plate
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rlys.,
-, road,
-, woodland,

Blockley, B. P.,

Blockleys Ltd.,

Blocksidge, Edw.,

Blunt:
-, J. J.,
-, John,

Blurton (in Trentham, Staffs.),

boats,
-, barges,
-, coracles,
-, narrow,
-, trows,

Bobbington (Staffs., formerly Salop. and Staffs.), see Whittimere

Boden, Eleanor, n

boilers, see engineering: products

Bolas, Great, n

Bolas, Little (in Hodnet), n

Boliver Preece & Co.,

Bonser, Jas.,

bookselling, see industries, etc.

Booley (in Stanton upon Hine Heath), n

bordars,

Borough English, see tenures

Borough of Wenlock Express,

Bosanquet, Mary, m. John Wm. Fletcher,

Boscobel, Brewood priory in,

Boswell, Thos.,

Botany Bay, see Dawley

Botfield:
-, Beriah (fl. 1753),
-, Beriah (d. 1813),
-, Beriah (d. 1863),
-, Thos. (d. 1801),
-, Thos. (d. 1843),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Botiler, Ralph le, n; and see Butler

Botwood, Wm.,

Boulton, Adam,

Boulton, A., & Co.,

Boulton & Watt,

Bourne, Hugh,

Bourton hundred, see Wenlock, liberty and borough of: lib.

bovarii, see agriculture: workers

bow-hauling, see industries, etc.

Bowdler:
-, A. W.,
-, Audley,
-, Hen.,
-, Sam.,
-, Mr. -,
-, fam.,

Bowen, W. T.,

Bower weir and yard, see Benthall

Bowler, Mrs. J. J. P., n

bowls, see entertainments, etc.

Bowring, J. C., and his w.,

bows, see wood: working

Boycot:
-, Jos.,
-, Ric., n

Boycott, John,

Bradford:
-, Barons, and see Newport
-, ctss. of, see Byng
-, earls of, and see Newport

Bradford, see Ercall Magna

Bradford (Yorks. W. R.),

Bradford hundred,
-, bdy.,
-, cts.,
-, meeting places,
-, divisions,
-, gaol,
-, geol.,
-, landscape and settlement,
-, lords,
-, seal,
-, value,
-, vicontiel rents,

Bradley:
-, And.,
-, John,
-, Wal.,

Bradley, And., & Co.,

Bradley, John, & Co.,

Bradshaw, John,

Braganza, Cath. of, see Catherine

Brandlee, see Dawley

Brandlee Colliery Co.,

Brands, the, see Stirchley

brass, see industries, etc.

Bratton (in Wellington and Wrockwardine), n n,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bdy.,
-, Bratton Ho.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, fields, open,
-, housing,
-, inc.,
-, man., n
-, mill,
-, name,
-, pond or pool,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, public ho.,
-, rly.,
-, roads,
-, Rom.-Brit. rem.,
-, tithes,
-, village,
-, water supply,

Bratton brook,

bread, see foodstuffs
-, assize of, see franchises

Brethren (Plymouth), and see Brotherhood

Brett:
-, Anne, see Mason
-, Hen.,

brewing, see ale and beer

Brewood (Staffs.), and see Chillington

Brewood priory, see Boscobel

bricks, see clay

Bridgeman fam.,

Bridgman:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz.,

Bridgnorth:
-, bridge,
-, fair,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, road to,
-, Rom. Cath.,

Brierley (in Sedgeley, Staffs.),

Brierly Hill, see Dawley, Little

Brimpton:
-, Eve, w. of Rob. of,
-, Rob. of,
-, fam.,

Brimstree hundred,

brine, see minerals and mining

Briscoe, John,

Bristol,

British Legion,

British Sugar Corporation Ltd.,

British Sugar P.L.C.,

Broadhurst fam.,

Brockholes, the, see Ironbridge

Brockton (in Longford),

Bromfield, Jos.,

Bromhall, Rob.,

Bromley:
-, E. W.,
-, Marg., m. Sir Ric. Newport,
-, Sir Thos.,

Bromley, John, & Co. (Wellington) Ltd.,

Bromwich, West (Staffs.),

Brontë, Patrick,

Bronze Age, see prehistoric remains

Brooke:
-, Sir Basil (d. 1646),
-, his w.,
-, Basil (d. 1699),
-, Basil (d. 1727),
-, Cath., m. John Unett Smitheman,
-, Comberford,
-, Dorothy, w. of Sir Rob.,
-, John,
-, his w.,
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Rose, m. John Giffard,
-, Thos.,
-, Winifred, w. of Basil (d. 1699),
-, fam.,

Brooklyn House, see Arleston

Brooks, Rob.,

Brookside housing estate (in Madeley and Stirchley),
-, pastoral centre,
-, police,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, schs.,

Broseley:
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric. engineering,
-, ch.,
-, clergy,
-, C.P.,
-, Coalport bridge, q.v.
-, ct. of requests,
-, Gitchfield, q.v.
-, Haynes Memorial (or Free) bridge, q.v.
-, Jackfield, q.v.
-, Madeley poor-law union sch.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, Coalport West railway station,
-, q.v.
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Tuckies, the, q.v.
-, water supply,
-, Wenlock boro. offices,
-, Wesleyan circuit,

Brotherhood, the, and see Brethren

Browne:
-, Eliz., w. of Isaac Hawkins (d. 1818),
-, Geo.,
-, Isaac Hawkins (d. 1760),
-, Isaac Hawkins (d. 1818),
-, Phil.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam., n, n

Brychan, n
-, Arthen s. of, see Arthen

Brydgewode, Edm.,

Buchanan Report, see Traffic in Towns

Buck's Head inn, see Arleston

Buckatree Hall, see Watling Street township

Buckenall:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Buckinghamshire, see Milton Keynes

Buckworth-Herne-Soame, Sir Chas.,

building, see industries, etc.

building components, see crucks; engineering: products

building society,

Buildwas,
-, abbey,
-, abbot,
-, Albert Edward bridge, q.v.
-, Birches, the,
-, bdy.,
-, bridge,
-, Buildwas, Little, n,
-, clergy,
-, Ironbridge 'B' power stn.,
-, limestone,
-, man., n
-, rlys.,
-, West Coppice,

Buildwas, Little, see Buildwas

bull baiting, see entertainments, etc.

Bullock, Eliz.,

Bullocks bridge (in Wellington and Wrockwardine),

Bullocks brook,

Bulwick (Northants.), n

Bunsen:
-, Christian Karl Josias von, Baron Bunsen,
-, H. G. de,

Burcot (in Wrockwardine), plate

burgage tenure, see tenures

burgages,

burgesses,

Burgh:
-, Isabel, m. Sir John Lingen,
-, Sir John,
-, fam.,

burial board,

Burlingham, Lucy, m. Edm. Darby,

Burnell:
-, Edw.,
-, Hugh,
-, Sibyl, w. of Hugh,
-, fam.,

Burrer (fl. c. 1066),

Burroughs, Jas.,

Burroughs Bank, see Dawley, Little

Burton:
-, Hen., n
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Burton-upon-Trent (Derb. and Staffs.),
-, abbey,

Bury Walls, see Weston-under- Redcastle

buses,

Bushbury (Staffs.), see Essington

Bushey (Herts.),

businessmen, see industries, etc.

butchering, see foodstuffs: meat

butler, Rob. the, see Robert

Butler:
-, Bertram,
-, Fra.,
-, and see Botiler

Butler, N., & Co.,

butter, see foodstuffs: dairy products

Buttery:
-, Geo., n
-, Wm., n

Buttery Farm (in Edgmond), n,

Buttrey, T. C., n

Buxheim (Germany),

Byng, Lucy Eliz., m. earl of Bradford,

Bynnell, Hen., and see Binnell

C.O.D., see Central Ordnance Depot

cabinet making, see wood: working

cadets, see forces

Cadman:
-, Dr. S. Parkes,
-, fam.,

Caerwent, Hen. of, n

Calcott centre, see Stirchley

Caldebrook, see Coalbrookdale

Calverhall (in Prees), n

Calvinism,

Cambridge:
-, Downing Coll.,
-, univ.,

Cambridgeshire, see Cambridge; Ely

Camden, Wm.,

Cameron:
-, C. R.,
-, Mrs. Lucy,

Campbell, Duncan,

Campion, Sam.,

canals, and see named canals

candles, see industries, etc.

Cannock (Staffs.),

Canterbury (Kent), abp. of,

Cantilupe, St. Thos., bp. of Hereford,

Capewell Horse Nail Co. Ltd.,

caravans, see engineering: products

Cardeston, see Wattlesborough

Cardington, n

cards, see entertainments, etc.

Careswell:
-, Barnaby,
-, John,

Carline, John,

Carlyle House, see Oakengates town

Carpenter fam.,

carpentry, see wood: working

carrying, see industries, etc.: haulage and carrying

Cartlidge:
-, J. E. G.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

carters, see agriculture: workers

Cartwright:
-, Wm.,
-, - (? Hen.),

casting, see iron and steel: processes

Castle Combe, see Combe, Castle

castle,

Cathedrals Act (1840),

Catherine (of Braganza), queen of Chas. II,

Catholicism, see Church of England: Anglo-Catholicism; Roman Catholicism

cattle, see agriculture: livestock

Caughley (in Barrow),

Cauldon Potteries Ltd.,

Caus (in Westbury),

Cavalry, Shropshire Yeomanry, see forces

Caverswall, Wm. of,

cement, see industries, etc.

cemeteries,

Central Ordnance Depot (C.O.D.) (in Eyton upon the Weald Moors, Lilleshall, Preston upon the Weald Moors, and Wellington),

Central Telford parish, see Telford new town: ch.

cereals, see crops

Chad Valley Co. Ltd.,

chains, see iron and steel: products

chairs, see industries, etc.: furniture

Chaloner fam.,

chaloners, see cloth: making

chamberlain, the king's,

Chambers, Humph., n

Chambre, Rowland,

chancellor of England (lord chancellor),

chantries,

chaplain, Wm. the, see William

charcoal, see industries, etc.

Charles I,

Charles II,

Charles, prince of Wales,

Charlton:
-, Sir Alan of (d. 1360),
-, Alan (fl. 1549),
-, And.,
-, Anne, m. Wm. of Knightley,
-, Ellen,
-, Fra. (d. 1557),
-, his w.,
-, Fra. (d. 1642),
-, Fra. (d. 1698),
-, Joan, w. of Sir John (d. 1374),
-, Master John of (fl. 1284-1320),
-, John of (fl. 1309),
-, Sir John (d. 1353),
-, Sir John (d. 1374),
-, Sir John (d. 1380),
-, John (d. 1401),
-, John (d. 1720),
-, Mary, w. of Fra. (d. 1642),
-, Ric. of (fl. c. 1280),
-, Ric. (d. c. 1522),
-, Ric. (fl. 1535-44),
-, Rob. (d. 1473),
-, St. John (d. 1742),
-, St. John (d. 1776),
-, St. John (d. 1802),
-, St. John Chiverton,
-, Thos. (d. 1386),
-, Thos. (d. 1397),
-, (formerly Knightley), Thos. (d. 1460),
-, Thos. (d. 1921), see Meyrick
-, Wm. of (fl. before 1260), see Uppington
-, Wm. (d. 1532),
-, his w.,
-, Wm. (d. 1566),
-, Wm. (d. 1567),
-, Wm. (d. 1838),
-, - (fl. 1539), n
-, - (fl. 1592),
-, fam., n n,
-, and see Charlton-Meyrick; Meyrick

Charlton (in Shawbury),

Charlton (in Wrockwardine),
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bdy.,
-, Castle,
-, chap. (mission),
-, commons and waste,
-, ct., man.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, hamlet,
-, man.,
-, name,
-, pond or pool,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem. (possible),
-, public hos.,
-, roads,
-, stream,
-, tithes,
-, Walcot rly. stn.,

Charlton-Meyrick (formerly Meyrick), W.J.C., and see Charlton; Meyrick

Charnes:
-, Christine of, see Dawley
-, Isabel of, m. Rog. of Oakley,
-, John of,
-, Reynold of,
-, Wm. of,
-, fam.,

charter masters, see coal

Chartists,

Châtillon, Ric. of,

cheese, see foodstuffs: dairy products

Chelmsley Wood housing estate, see Orton, Water

Chelwood, Eleanor,

chemicals, see industries, etc.

Cheney:
-, Edw.,
-, R. H.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam., n, n,

Cherrington (in Edgmond), n

Cheshire,
-, cheese,
-, and see Audlem; Birkenhead; Chester; Combermere; Middlewich; Nantwich; Port Sunlight; Thornton-le-Moors; Whitchurch

Chesnuts, the, see Coalbrookdale

Chester:
-, bp. of, see Peploe, Sam.
-, principality,
-, rly.,
-, road to,

Chesthill (in Moreton Say), n, n

Cheswardine, n; and see Ellerton; Sambrook

Cheswell Grange, see Lilleshall: granges

Chetwynd:
-, John of,
-, fam.,

Chetwynd, n n and see Howle; Puleston; Sambrook

Chetwynd Aston, see Aston, Chetwynd

Child:
-, Joan, w. of Rog.,
-, Rog.,

Child's Ercall, see Ercall, Child's

Children and their Primary Schools (Plowden Report),
-,

Chillcotts Ltd.,

Chillington (in Brewood, Staffs.),

Chilton (in Atcham),

china, see clay: porcelain

choirs, see entertainments, etc.: music

cholera, see medicine, etc.: diseases

Christadelphians,

Christian, Ewan,

Christy, Rebecca, m. Alf. Darby,

Church Association Trust,

Church Aston, see Aston, Church

Church Building Society, Incorporated, n

Church Extension Society, Lichfield Diocesan, n

Church of England:
-, Anglo-Catholicism,
-, Church Building Commissioners,
-, Ecclesiastical Commissioners, n
-, Evangelicalism,
-, and see Church Association Trust; Church Pastoral Aid Society; Church Society Trust; Church Trust Fund Trust; Martyrs' Memorial and Church of England Trust
-, puritanism,
-, Queen Anne's Bounty, n,
-, and see Cathedrals Act; Church Building Society; Church Extension Society; courts: ecclesiastical; Education, Salop Archidiaconal Board of; Lichfield Diocesan Trust; National Society

Church of Scotland (the Kirk),

Church Pastoral Aid Society,

Church Pulverbatch, see Pulverbatch, Church

Church Society Trust,

Church Stretton, see Stretton, Church

Church Trust Fund Trust,

Churm, Edw., n

Cinderhill riots, see Malinslee

cinemas, see entertainments, etc.

circuses, see entertainments, etc.

cisterns, see iron and steel: products

civil wars:
-, Barons' War, q.v.
-, temp. Chas. I and II,
-, n n and see county committee; Parliamentarians

Clare's Lane, see Ketley

Clark, John,

Claverley, see Shipley

clay,
-, bricks and tiles, n plate
-, fireclay, plate
-, goods (unspecified),
-, pipes, drain and sanitary,
-, porcelain (china), plate
-, pottery (earthenware), plate

Clay:
-, Arnold,
-, Miss E. M.,

Clay, Jas., & Co.,

Clay, Jas., (Wellington) Ltd.,

Clayton:
-, Chas.,
-, Rog.,
-, fam.,

Cleaton:
-, Gabriel,
-, Rog.,

Clemson, Wm.,

Cleobury:
-, Marg., m. Ric. Spenser,
-, Ric. of (fl. 1310-35),
-, Ric. (fl. 1534),
-, and see Clibury

Cleobury North, n

clerk, Ric. the, see Richard

Clerkenwell (London, formerly Mdx.),

Cleveland:
-, dukes of, and see Vane
-, marquess of, see Vane

Clibury fam., and see Cleobury

Clifford, David,

Clift:
-, E. C.,
-, J. W., n
-, fam., n

Clift & Dawson,

Clift & Son,

clinics, see medicine, etc.

Clinton (or Fiennes), Edw., earl of Lincoln,

clocks, see industries, etc.

cloth,
-, clothier,
-, dealing,
-, drapers,
-, mercers,
-, making,
-, chaloners,
-, dyeing,
-, fulling,
-, shearing,
-, spinning,
-, weaving, n,

clothes pegs, see wood: working

clothier, see cloth

clothing, see industries, etc.

clover, see crops

Clowes:
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Hodgetts,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (d. 1740),
-, Thos. (d. 1748),
-, fam.,

clubs and societies, see entertainments, etc.: working men's clubs; friendly societies; named places

Cludde:
-, Anna Maria, m. R. C. Herbert,
-, Chas.,
-, Edw. (d. 1614),
-, Edw. (d. 1651),
-, Edw. (d. 1721),
-, Edw. (d. 1785),
-, Edw. (d. 1840),
-, his w.,
-, Eleanor, m. Thos. Salter,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1427),
-, Thos. (fl. 1485-90),
-, Thos. (d. 1553),
-, Wm. (fl. 1331),
-, Wm. (fl. 1382-1431),
-, Wm. (d. 1756),
-, (formerly Pemberton), Wm. (d. 1829),
-, fam., n

Cluddley:
-, John of,
-, Ralph of (fl. 1256-60),
-, Ralph of (fl. 1285-1300),
-, Rob. of,
-, Wal. of,

Cluddley (in Wrockwardine),

Clun, barony,

Clunbury, n

Clungunford, n

coach building, see industries, etc.

coaching,

coal:
-, charter masters,
-, colliers (miners),
-, ground,
-, master,
-, dealing,
-, grubbers, master,
-, masters (owners),
-, measures of, n, n
-, and see named places

Coal Board, National,

Coalbank, Rob.,

Coalbrookdale (Caldebrook) (in Madeley), plate
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms, n,
-, Albert Edward bridge, q.v.
-, band, n
-, Bank, the,
-, 'British Workman',
-, burial ground,
-, Caldebrook, the
-, Chesnuts, the,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, ch. hall,
-, cinema,
-, clubs and societies,
-, cricket,
-, Dale Coppice,
-, Dale End,
-, Dale End (formerly Eastfield) Ho.,
-, Dale Ho.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, field, open (possible),
-, fire stn.,
-, fishing,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, Grange, the,
-, housing,
-, inclined plane,
-, ind. and trade:
-, aluminium recovery,
-, bank,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, engineering,
-, fireclay, plate
-, iron and steel,
-, malting, n
-, toys,
-, inst.,
-, Inst. of Ind. Arch.,
-, landscape,
-, libr.,
-, mills,
-, Mount Pleasant,
-, Paradise,
-, police,
-, ponds or pools,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf., n,
-, public hos.,
-, rlys.,
-, recreations,
-, ground,
-, roads,
-, Rose Cottage,
-, sch. of art,
-, schs., n,
-, Sunday,
-, Severn Ho.,
-, sewerage,
-, sports,
-, Strethill,
-, Sunniside,
-, technical instruction,
-, tow path,
-, vestry,
-, Whales Back,
-, White End,
-, White Ho. (later Sunniside),
-, woodland,
-, Woodside, plate
-, Yew Tree Cottage,

Coalbrookdale coalfield, see Shropshire, east, coalfield

Coalbrookdale Co., plate
-, name, n

Coalmoor, see Wenlock, Little

Coalmoor Basalt Co.,

Coalmoor Refractories Ltd.,

Coalmoor Sanitary Pipe Co. Ltd.,

Coalpit, Bank, see Dawley

'Coalpit Bank', see Lawley Bank

Coalport (in Madeley),
-, bridges,
-, Coalport bridge, q.v.
-, canal, plate
-, carnival,
-, Coffee Ho. (or Room),
-, Coronation Hall,
-, ferry,
-, geol.,
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade:
-, bitumen,
-, boat building,
-, bricks,
-, chains,
-, earthenware and china (porcelain), wks.,
-, plate
-, fancy goods,
-, lead smelting,
-, pitch,
-, rope,
-, rubber-link matting,
-, sheet-metal working,
-, timber,
-, inst.,
-, name,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf., n, n
-, public ho.,
-, rly., n,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, Sunday,
-, Tar Tunnel,

Coalport Branch Railway,

Coalport (formerly Preen's Eddy) bridge (in Broseley and Sutton Maddock),

Coalport Metalware Co. Ltd.,

Coalport West railway station (in Broseley),

Cobb:
-, C. F.,
-, W. F.,

cobbling, see industries, etc.: leather

Cobham, Baroness, see Stafford

Cock, Rog.,

cock fighting, see entertainments, etc.

Cockburn, Sir W. S. R.,

Cockshutt Piece, see Wrockwardine Wood

coins found,

coke, see industries, etc.

Coke fam., see Cook

Cold Hatton, see Hatton, Cold

Colemore:
-, Eliz., see Waring
-, Wm.,

Colley, John,

Collier, Adam,

Collier, Thos. Jukes, & Co.,

Collier's End, see Lilleshall

colliers, see coal

Collins, Geo.,

Combe, Castle (Wilts.), barony,

Comberford (Staffs.) (in Tamworth),

Combermere (in Wrenbury, Ches.), abbey,

Commonwealth, see Interregnum

composer,

concerts, see entertainments, etc.: music

concrete, see industries, etc.

Condover,
-, hund.,

Congregationalists (Independents), n,

conifers, see wood

Conservative (Tory) party,
-, Unionists,

constables, petty,

conurbation, see Midlands, west

cook, the king's,

Cook (Coke) fam.,

Cooke:
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,

cookers, see engineering: products

Cookes:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Cooper:
-, Enoch,
-, Ric., n
-, Wm., n
-, fam.,

coopery, see wood: working

Coote:
-, Chas. Hen., earl of Mountrath,
-, Diana, ctss. of Mountrath, see Newport

Cope:
-, Mrs. Frances Muriel, see Cope-Darby
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Cope-Darby (formerly Cope, née Darby), Mrs. Frances Muriel,

Coppice, West, see Buildwas

Coppice Green, see Shifnal

copyhold, see rents: agric.; tenures

coracles, see boats

Corbet:
-, Alice, see Gratewood
-, Sir And., n
-, Anne, w. of Ric. (d. 1601),
-, Cecily, see Hadley
-, (formerly D'Avenant), Sir Corbet,
-, Guy,
-, Joan, see Toret
-, Sir John (d. 1662),
-, Sir John (fl. 1669),
-, Reynold,
-, Ric. (fl. 1195-1217),
-, Ric. (fl. 1225-48),
-, Ric. (d. 1524),
-, Ric. (fl. 1548),
-, Ric. (d. 1601),
-, Ric. (d. 1601),
-, Ric. (d. 1606),
-, Rob. (d. 1300),
-, Rob. (d. by 1353),
-, his w.,
-, Rob. (d. 1375),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1404),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1417),
-, Rob. (d. 1495),
-, Rog. (d. c. 1204),
-, Rog. (d. c. 1259),
-, Rog. (d. c. 1349),
-, Rog. (fl. 1535), n
-, Sibyl, m. John Grevel,
-, Thos. (d. 1247),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1300),
-, Sir Vincent (d. 1623),
-, Sir Vincent (d. 1656),
-, Vincent (fl. 1720-50),
-, fam., n,

Corbett:
-, Miss A. G., n
-, John,
-, R. L.,
-, Ric. (fl. 1842),
-, Ric. (fl. 1870),
-, Sam.,
-, Uvedale,
-, fam., n,

Corbett, S., & Son,

Corbett, W., & Co.,

Corbett, W., & Co. (Wellington) Ltd.,

cordwainery, see industries, etc.: leather

Corfield:
-, Ric.,
-, Mr. -,
-, fam.,

corn, see crops: cereals

Cornaby, H. L., Ltd.,

Cornovii,

Coronation Hall, see Coalport

coroners,

Corvisor fam.,

corvisors, see industries, etc.: leather

Cotton:
-, Geo., n
-, Wm.,
-, Mrs. -,

Cotton (in Stoke upon Tern), n

Cotwall (in Ercall Magna),

Cound,

county committee (Civil War and Interregnum),

county courts, see courts

County Courts Act (1846),

county divisions,
-, parliamentary, see Newport: parl. rep.; Wrekin, the, parl. divn.

Court Works Ltd.,

courts:
-, assizes,
-, co. (shire),
-, statutory,
-, ecclesiastical, n
-, eyre,
-, hund.,
-, and see bailiffs; sergeants; stewards
-, leet (view of frankpledge),
-, man. (incl. baron), n, n,
-, and see bailiffs; criers;
-, stewards
-, peace, sessions or justices of (magistrates), n,
-, pie powder,
-, probate, n
-, of record,
-, of requests,
-, sheriff's tourn,
-, and see coroners

Coventry and Lichfield, bps. of, n, and see Baynes, Ralph; Meuland, Rog.; Stavensby, Alex.

Coventry Tool & Gauge Co. Ltd.,

Cow Wood, see Ketley

Cox, F. L., & Co.,

Cox, John, n

crab, see wood

Crackleybank (in Sheriffhales and Shifnal),

craftsmen, see industries, etc.: tradesmen

Cranage:
-, D. H. S.,
-, Edw.,
-, Geo.,
-, Dr. J. E.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

cranes, see engineering: products

Craven:
-, Wm., Baron Craven (d. 1697),
-, Wm., Baron Craven (d. 1711),
-, Wm., earl of Craven (d. 1825),

Craven Arms (in Stokesay),

Crawley (Suss.), new town,

Crawshay & Co.,

Cressett, Wm.,

cricket, see entertainments, etc.

Cricket League, Shropshire,

criers, manorial,

crime,
-, and see riots

Crompton:
-, Frances, m. Clement Throckmor-
-, ton,
-, Fulke,
-, Mary, w. of Fulke,

Cronkhill (in Atcham),

Crookes, Chas.,

crops,
-, bark,
-, cereals (grain),
-, barley,
-, corn or wheat,
-, dredge,
-, muncorn,
-, oats,
-, rye,
-, clover,
-, daffodils,
-, flax,
-, fruit,
-, hay,
-, hemp,
-, hops,
-, nuts,
-, rotation of,
-, rye-grass,
-, vegetables,
-, beans,
-, mangolds,
-, peas,
-, potatoes,
-, rape,
-, roots (unspecified),
-, sugar beet,
-, swedes,
-, turnips,
-, vetches,
-, wood, q.v.

Crossman, Ric. H. S.,

Crow brook,

Crown Works (Wellington) Ltd.,

crucks,

Crudgington ('Crugetone') (in Ercall Magna), n,

cruel sports, see entertainments, etc.

'Crugetone', see Crudgington

Crusades,

Cuckoo Oak, see Madeley

Cullen, T. Gordon,

Culmington, see Norton

Culvestan hundred, n

Cumbray:
-, Agnes de,
-, Alf. de,
-, John de,
-, Parnel de, m. Sim. Tuchet,
-, Rog. de,
-, fam.,

Cupper, John,

Cure, Alf. Capel,

curtesy of England, see tenures

Cuttlestone hundred (Staffs.),

Cuxson Gerrard & Co. Ltd.,

Cynddylan (fl. c.)

daffodils, see crops

dairy farming, see agriculture

dairy products, see foodstuffs

dairymaids, see agriculture: workers

Dale Coppice, see Coalbrookdale

Dale End, see Coalbookdale

Dale House, see Coalbrookdale

Dalgleish, C. B.,

dancing, see entertainments, etc.

Daniels & Co.,

Darby:
-, A. E. W.,
-, Abiah, w. of Abraham (II), see Sinclair
-, Abraham (I) (d. 1717),
-, Abraham (II) (d. 1763),
-, Abraham (III) (d. 1789),
-, Abraham (IV) (d. 1878),
-, Adelaide Anna, m. Hen. Whitmore,
-, Alf.,
-, Ann, w. of John, see Baylies
-, Edm.,
-, Frances Muriel, see Cope-Darby
-, Fra.,
-, John,
-, Lucy, w. of Edm., see Burlingham
-, Mary, m. - Jones,
-, Mary, m. Jos. Rathbone,
-, Mary, w. of Abraham (I), see Sergeant
-, Matilda Frances, m. Abraham Darby (IV),
-, Maurice Alf. Alex.,
-, Rebecca, w. of Abraham (III), see Smith
-, Rebecca, w. of Alf., see Christy
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah,
-, fam.,

Dark Lane (in Dawley and Shifnal),

Darlington, earl of, see Vane

Darrow Hill, see Wenlock, Little

D'Avenant:
-, Corbet, see Corbet
-, Thos.,

Daventry (Northants.),

Davidson, Georgiana Veronica, m. Rowland Hunt,

Davies:
-, A., n
-, Geo., the younger,
-, John (fl. 1612), n
-, John (fl. 1849),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Fox-Davies

Davis:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Dawe, Rob.,

Dawes:
-, Benj.,
-, Thos.,

Dawley:
-, Christine of, m. John of Charnes,
-, Ric. of,

Dawley (Dawley Magna, Dawley Pantulf, Great Dawley),
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, allotment gardens,
-, assembly room,
-, Ball's Hill,
-, bingo,
-, Blews Hill,
-, Botany Bay,
-, bdy.,
-, bowling,
-, Brandlee,
-, canal,
-, Castle,
-, chamber of commerce,
-, chars.,
-, ch., plate
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, cinemas,
-, Civic Centre,
-, C.P.,
-, Civil War events,
-, clinic,
-, clubs and societies,
-, Coalpit Bank,
-, cock fighting,
-, commons and waste,
-, ct., man.,
-, cricket,
-, Dark Lane, q.v.
-, Dawley, Little, q.v.
-, Dawley Bank, q.v.
-, Dawley Green,
-, New Connexion circuit,
-, Primitive Meth. circuit,
-, dom. archit.,
-, electricity supply,
-, est.,
-, Eyton, Little, q.v.
-, fair,
-, fields, open,
-, Finger, the (Finger Rd., formerly Lane),
-, flower shows,
-, gaming,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, health, board of,
-, Heath Hill,
-, Hinkshay, plate
-, name,
-, Horsehay, q.v.
-, housing, plates
-, Aqueduct housing estate, q.v.
-, Hollinswood housing estate, q.v.
-, north-west Dawley est.,
-, inc.,
-, ind., trade, and professions,
-, batteries,
-, bricks,
-, chains,
-, clay,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, engineering,
-, fireclay,
-, footballs,
-, ice cream,
-, iron,
-, joiner,
-, physician,
-, sand,
-, slag,
-, spades and shovels,
-, tiles,
-, ind. est., Heath Hill,
-, inst.,
-, land reclamation,
-, landscape,
-, dereliction,
-, Langley, plate
-, Langley Square,
-, Langleyfield,
-, librs.,
-, lock-up,
-, Malinslee, q.v.
-, man., n, n,
-, mkt.,
-, mills,
-, name, n
-, New Town,
-, new town, see Telford new town
-, newspaper,
-, notable persons,
-, pk.,
-, pastoral centre,
-, police stn.,
-, Pool Hill, n,
-, poor-relief,
-, poorho., see Dawley Bank
-, pop.,
-, Portley,
-, post office,
-, pound,
-, Primitive Meth. circuit, and see Dawley and Madeley Primitive Methodist circuit
-, prot. nonconf., plate
-, public hos.,
-, racing,
-, rlys.,
-, recreations,
-, grounds,
-, hall,
-, rectory,
-, Revivalist circuit,
-, riots,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, sch. bd.,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday, n,
-, settlement pattern,
-, sewerage,
-, disposal wks.,
-, Southall,
-, streams,
-, technical instruction,
-, tennis,
-, theatre,
-, tithes,
-, town,
-, growth,
-, replanned as dist. centre of Telford new town,
-, Town Hall,
-, U.D. (formerly U.S.D.), n,
-, council, arms, officers, clk., public health insp., offices, seal,
-, wards,
-, vestry,
-, village,
-, wake, n
-, water supply,
-, Webb monument,
-, Wesleyan circuit,
-, woodland,

Dawley, Little (in Dawley), n,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bdy.,
-, Brierly Hill,
-, Burroughs Bank,
-, canal,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clubs and societies, n
-, commons and waste,
-, ct., man.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Doseley,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, geol.,
-, Green Bank,
-, Holywell Lane,
-, Horsehay dingle,
-, housing,
-, inclined plane,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, basalt,
-, bricks,
-, clay,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, plate
-, concrete,
-, engineering,
-, fireclay,
-, iron,
-, limestone,
-, sand,
-, stone,
-, tiles,
-, Jigger's Bank,
-, landscape,
-, dereliction,
-, Lightmoor, n, n, plates
-, man.,
-, mill,
-, ponds or pools,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf., n,
-, rlys.,
-, Ridges, the, n,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement pattern,
-, sewerage,
-, Stoney Hill,
-, tithes,
-, tourists,
-, village,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,

Dawley and Madeley Primitive Methodist circuit,

Dawley and Stirchley railway station, see Stirchley: rlys.

Dawley Bank (in Dawley),
-, bull ring,
-, commons and waste,
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade,
-, clothing,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, medical, etc., supplies,
-, inst.,
-, poorho.,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf., plate
-, public hos.,
-, rly.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, water supply,

Dawley Green, see Dawley

Dawley Magna, see Dawley

Dawley Observer,

Dawley Pantulf, see Dawley

Days' Automatic Waste Water Closet & Sanitary Pipe Syndicate Co. Ltd.,

Deakin fam.,

Dean, Geo.,

Dean, forest of (Glos.),

deer, see agriculture: livestock

defensive enclosure, see enclosure

deists, n

Denbighshire, see Tywysog; Wrexham

depopulated settlements, see settlements

Derby,
-, fair,

Derbyshire, see Burton-upon-Trent; Derby; Foston

deserted settlements, see settlements

'Dhu Stone', see minerals and mining: basalt

Dickinson, Hen.,

Dickson, John, & Co.,

Diddlebury,

Dinsdale, Mrs. Ellen,

diphtheria, see medicine, etc.: diseases

diplomacy, see industries, etc.

disabled, see handicapped

diseases, see agriculture: livestock; medicine, etc.

disorder, n, and see riots

dispensaries, see medicine, etc.: clinics, etc.

Distillation AG,

ditch overseers,

Ditton Priors, see Middleton Priors

Dod, Ric., n,

Dodd:
-, Benj.,
-, Jos.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Dodecote (in Child's Ercall), n

Dodington (in Whitchurch), n

dogs, see agriculture: livestock

dolls, see industries, etc.: toys and dolls

Domesday Book, n, n, n,

Donington,
-, Humphreston, q.v.
-, Neachley,

donkey racing, see entertainments, etc.: racing

Donnington (in Lilleshall),
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, ambulance stn.,
-, bingo,
-, bdy.,
-, canal,
-, ch.,
-, cinema,
-, clubs and societies,
-, coffee tavern,
-, coin hoard,
-, community centre,
-, fair,
-, fields, open,
-, garrison,
-, gas supply,
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade: engineering, n
-, flax spinning,
-, iron,
-, tailor,
-, weaver,
-, wheelwright,
-, inst.,
-, libr.,
-, Lilleshall and Donnington C.P., q.v.
-, moor,
-, New Donnington,
-, police,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, pound,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rlys.,
-, recreations,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Serbian Orthodoxy,
-, sewerage,
-, disposal wks.,
-, theatre,
-, tithes,
-, village,
-, village hall,
-, water supply,
-, woodland, see Donnington Wood: woodland
-, workho.,

Donnington (in Wroxeter),

Donnington Wood (in Lilleshall),
-, adv.,
-, ambulance stn.,
-, canal,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, ch. hall,
-, clubs and societies,
-, savings bank,
-, dom. archit.,
-, electricity supply,
-, est.,
-, farms,
-, fire stn.,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, health centre,
-, hosp., isolation,
-, housing,
-, hunting,
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, bricks and tiles,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, engineering,
-, iron,
-, sand,
-, slag,
-, inst.,
-, land reclamation,
-, landscape, dereliction,
-, nursery,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, recreation ground,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement pattern,
-, sewerage,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,
-, Wrockwardine Wood Central Hall,

Donnington Wood Canal,

Donnington Wood Co.,

Donnington Wood mills, see Wrockwardine Wood: mills

Dorchester (Oxon.), abbey,

Dorrington (in Mucklestone), n

Dorset, Thos.,

Dorsett:
-, Fra.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Doseley, see Dawley, Little

Doseley Brick Co. Ltd.,

Doseley Pipe Co. Ltd.,

Dothill (in Wellington),
-, as address,
-, Admaston sewage wks.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bdy.,
-, bricks, n
-, ch. hall,
-, clubs and societies,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Dothill Ho., plates
-, arbour, plate
-, fields, open,
-, geol.,
-, housing,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, pk.,
-, pop.,
-, road,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, tithes,

doves, see agriculture: livestock

Dovy, John,

Down Rossall, see Rossall, Down

Downing, Sir Geo.,

Downing College, see Cambridge

Downton (in Upton Magna),

drain pipes, see clay

draining, see agriculture

drapers, see cloth: dealing

Drayton, Market (Salop. and Staffs.),
-, Betton in Hales, q.v.
-, Longslow, q.v.
-, man., n
-, mkt.,
-, petty-sessisonal divn.,
-, pop.,
-, rly.,
-, sch.,
-, Tyrley, q.v.

dredge, see crops: cereals

Droitwich (Worcs.),

Duckworth, Chas.,

Dudley (Staffs., formerly Worcs.),

Dugdale, Mrs. Flora,

Dukes, T. F.,

Dunsley (in Kinver, Staffs.),

Dunstanville:
-, Wal. de, n,
-, fam.,

Dunwoody, Gwyneth P.,

Duroclay Ltd.,

Dyas:
-, Chas.,
-, Edw.,
-, W. G.,
-, Wm.,

dyeing, see cloth: making

Dymoke, Art.,

Dyott:
-, Mary, see Astley
-, Ric.,

Eagle Iron Co.,

Ealhhelm (fl. 975),

Eardington (in Quatford),

earthenware, see clay: pottery

earthworks,
-, siegeworks,
-, and see enclosure

East Shropshire coroner's district, see Shropshire, East

Eastfield House, see Coalbrookdale: Dale End Ho.

Eaton Constantine, n

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, see Church of England

Economic Affairs, Department of,

Eddowes's Shrewsbury Journal,

Edgar, King,

Edgbaston House, see Wellington

Edge:
-, Benj.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Edge brook,

Edgebolton (in Shawbury), n

Edgmond, n, n, and see Aston, Chetwynd; Aston, Church; Buttery Farm; Cherrington; Pave Lane; Tibberton

Edmonds, Geo.,

Edmunds:
-, Dan.,
-, John,

Edstaston (in Wem),

education, see Kensington, South: Science and Art Dept.; National Certificates; National Society; school boards; School Certificate; schools; universities

Education, General Certificate of,

Education, Salop Archidiaconal Board of,

Education Act (1902),

Education Department,

Education of the Adolescent, Report on (Hadow Report),

Educational Association, Workers',

Educational Institutions, Union of,

Edward the Confessor, St.,

Edward I,

Edward II,

Edward III,

Edward IV,

Edwardes, J. T. Smitheman,

Edwards:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz.,
-, J. A.,
-, Wm.,

Edwards, John, & Co.,

Edwards, Wm., & Son,

Edwin, earl of Mercia,

eggs, see foodstuffs

Eginton, Harvey,

electrical goods, see industries, etc.

electricity supplies, see named places; power stations
-,

Elim Pentecostalists, see Pentecostalists

Elizabeth II,

Ellerdine (in Ercall Magna), n

Ellerton (in Cheswardine), n

Ellesmere (Flints. and Salop.), and see Hardwick; Penley

Ellesmere Canal,

Elric (fl. 1066),

Elwell:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Ely (Cambs.), archd. of,

Embery, Jas.,

Emery, Ric.,
-, his s.,

emigration,

Emstrey (in Atcham),

enclosure, defensive, and see castles; earthworks; hill fort; moats

engineering:
-, engineers,
-, civil,
-, processes:
-, pattern making,
-, plating,
-, pressing,
-, welding,
-, products:
-, agric. equipment, see agriculture:
-, equipment
-, bicycles,
-, boilers,
-, building components,
-, caravans,
-, cookers,
-, cranes,
-, engines, q.v.
-, gas plant,
-, gaskets,
-, heaters,
-, motor vehicles,
-, ship, see Great Britain
-, silencers, n
-, trams, plate
-, washers,
-, washing machines,

engineers, see engineering; engines

engines:
-, engineer (driver),
-, locomotives,
-, Nürnberg gas,
-, stationary,

English Channel,

Ensor, C. A.,

Ensor Caravans Ltd.,

entertainments, recreation, and sport, plate
-, archery,
-, athletics,
-, badger baiting,
-, billiards,
-, bingo,
-, bowls,
-, bull baiting,
-, cards,
-, cinemas,
-, circuses,
-, cock fighting,
-, cricket,
-, cruel sports (unspecified),
-, dancing,
-, exhibitions,
-, festival, see Wrekin and Telford Festival
-, field sports (unspecified),
-, fishing,
-, fives,
-, football, n,
-, gambling (gaming) (unspecified),
-, gardening, q.v.
-, golf,
-, gymnastics,
-, hawks,
-, hockey,
-, hunting, and see hunting lodges; parks
-, music,
-, bands (orchestras),
-, choirs, n,
-, concerts,
-, instruments, n,
-, opera,
-, nineholes,
-, racing:
-, donkey,
-, horse,
-, pigeon,
-, radio,
-, riding,
-, rowing,
-, rustic (Old English) sports,
-, scouting and guiding, n,
-, shooting, and see gamekeeper
-, shovelboard,
-, skating (ice, roller),
-, squash,
-, swimming,
-, tennis,
-, theatres, n
-, wakes, n,
-, working men's clubs,

Environment, Department of the, n
-, secretaries of state,

epilepsy, see medicine, etc.: diseases

Ercall:
-, Wm. (I) of (Wm. of Hadley (II), d. c. 1195),
-, Wm. (II) of (d. c. 1225), n

Ercall, Child's, n; and see
-, Dodecote; Hungryhatton; Lees,
-, the; Nagington

Ercall, High, see Ercall Magna

Ercall, the, see Watling Street township

Ercall Magna (High Ercall), n, n
-, as address,
-, Bradford,
-, bridge,
-, clergy,
-, Cotwall, q.v.
-, Crudgington, q.v.
-, Ellerdine, q.v.
-, Hatton, Cold, q.v.
-, Haughton, q.v.
-, Isombridge, q.v.
-, man.,
-, mkt.,
-, Poynton, q.v.
-, road,
-, Roden, q.v.
-, Rowton, q.v.
-, sch., n,
-, Sleap, q.v.
-, Sleapford, q.v.
-, Tern, q.v.
-, village,
-, workho., see Upton, Waters

Erdington:
-, Giles of, n,
-, Sir Hen. of (d. c. 1282),
-, Hen. of (fl. c. 1282),
-, Thos. of (d. 1218),
-, Thos. of (fl. 1374), n
-, fam.,

Erniet (fl. 1066),

Espley, John, n,

Espley (in Hodnet), n

essayist, see writers,

Essex, see Harlow; Upminster

Essington (in Bushbury, Staffs.),

Ethelbald, king of Mercia,

Europe,
-, Museum of the Year award (1978),
-, and see Alps, the

Euston (in St. Pancras, London, formerly Mdx.),

evacuees, see World Wars

Evangelicalism, see Church of England

Evangelicals, Independent,

Evans:
-, J. J., n
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Evelith (in Shifnal),

Ever-Ready Co. (G.B.) Ltd.,

Evett, Jas., n

Exchequer,

Execution Act (1844),

Exhibition (1862), International,

exhibitions, see entertainments, etc.

Express & Star,

eyre, see courts

Eyton:
-, Capt. A. C.,
-, Cath., w. of Thos. of, n
-, Hen.,
-, Humph., n
-, Isabel Sarah Dashwood, see Ruxton
-, John (I) (fl. 1327-46),
-, John (II) (fl. 1394),
-, John (fl. c. 1537),
-, John (d. 1709),
-, John (d. 1823),
-, Lewis,
-, Marg., w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1659),
-, Maud, w. of Wm. of (fl. 1242),
-, her sis. Nichole,
-, Peter (I) of (fl. 1180-94),
-, Peter (II) of (fl. 1220-38),
-, Peter (III) of (fl. 1255-1301),
-, Peter (? IV) of (fl. 1310),
-, Peter (IV) of (fl. 1311-24),
-, Peter (V) (fl. 1354-84),
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1636),
-, Phil. (d. 1672),
-, Phil. (d. 1689),
-, R. A. Slaney,
-, R. W.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob. of (fl. temp. Hen. II),
-, Rob. (d. 1604),
-, Rob. (d. 1751),
-, Soudley (d. 1701),
-, Soudley (d. 1719),
-, Thos. of (fl. 1406), n
-, Thos. (? another) (fl. 1414-31),
-, Thos. (fl. 1558-62),
-, Thos. (d. 1582),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1659),
-, his children,
-, Thos. (d. 1776),
-, Thos. (d. 1816),
-, Thos. (d. 1855),
-, Thos. Campbell,
-, Thos. Slaney,
-, Wm. of (fl. 1242),
-, Wm. (d. 1612),
-, fam., n,
-, and see Morris-Eyton

Eyton, Little (in Dawley), n,

Eyton on Severn (in Wroxeter),

Eyton upon the Weald Moors parish, n,
-, adv.,
-, beerho.,
-, bdy., n
-, merestone, plate
-, Central Ordnance Depot, q.v.
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, C.P.,
-, Eyton upon the Weald Moors township, q.v.
-, glebe,
-, Hoo, the, q.v.
-, Hortonwood (Horton's wood), q.v.
-, Hortonwood industrial estate, q.v.
-, Oakengates U.D., q.v.
-, poor-relief,
-, Shawbirch, q.v.
-, Shawbirch housing estate, q.v.
-, tithes,
-, Trench, q.v.
-, vestry,

Eyton upon the Weald Moors township (in Eyton upon the Weald Moors and Wellington),
-, as address,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bdy.,
-, canal,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons and waste,
-, ct., man., n,
-, cricket,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, Eyton Hall (two hos. of the name),
-, fields, open,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, glebe,
-, inc.,
-, landscape,
-, libr.,
-, man., n,
-, merestone, plate
-, mill,
-, moor,
-, name,
-, pk.,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, sch.,
-, Sch. Ho.,
-, streams,
-, tithes,
-, village,
-, village hall,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,

Fairmile Engineering Co.,

fairs, see Bridgnorth; Dawley; Derby; Donnington (in Lilleshall); Had ley; Ironbridge; Madeley; Oakengates town; Penkridge; Shrewsbury; Stafford; Wellington

Fance, Jas., n

'farfee', see services

Farmer, Jos.,

fealty, see services

Fellows, Edw., n

Felton, Ric., n,

Fenemor, Ric.,

Ferrers:
-, Hen., Baron Ferrers of Groby,
-, Sir Humph.,
-, Selina, m. earl of Huntingdon,

Ferriday:
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. (d. 1756),
-, Wm. (d. 1801),

ferries,

Ferrour, Thos.,

fertilizers, see agriculture

fevers, see medicine, etc.: diseases

Fidler, A. G. Sheppard, n

field keepers (overseers),

field sports, see entertainments, etc.

Fieldhouse, John,

Fiennes, Edw., earl of Lincoln, see Clinton

figurines, lead, see industries, etc.

Finger, the, see Dawley

fining, see iron and steel: processes

Finney, J. W. M.,

fire brigades,

Fire Service, National,

fireclay, see clay

fires,

fish, see entertainments, etc.: fishing; fishponds; foodstuffs; rents: fishery; weirs

Fisher:
-, Jesse,
-, Jos.,
-, Rowland,

fishing, see entertainments, etc.; fishponds; rents: fishery; weirs

fishponds,

FitzAlan:
-, Eliz., m. duke of Norfolk,
-, Hen., earl of Arundel,
-, Joan, m. Baron Bergavenny,
-, John, n
-, Marg., m. Sir Roland Lenthall,
-, Ric., earl of Arundel and Surrey (d. 1376),
-, Ric., earl of Arundel and Surrey (d. 1397),
-, Thos., earl of Arundel and Surrey (d. 1415),
-, Wm. (I) (d. 1160),
-, his w., n
-, Wm. (II) (d. 1210),
-, fam., n,
-, and see Alan son of Flaald

Fitzherbert, Basil, n

FitzToret, Peter, and see Toret

'fivemen',

fives, see entertainments, etc.

Flaald, Alan s. of, see Alan

Flanders,

Flather Bright Steels Ltd.,

flax, see crops

Fléchère, Jean-Guillaume de la, see Fletcher

Fleeming, T. H.,

Fleet prison, see London

Fletcher:
-, I. J.,
-, (de la Fléchère), John Wm. (JeanGuillaume),
-, relics, n, n
-, Mary, w. of John Wm., see Bosanquet
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Flintshire, see Ellesmere; Penley; Wrexham

flood,

flour, see foodstuffs

flower shows, see gardening

Foley:
-, Phil.
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

folly, architectural,

foodstuffs,
-, bread,
-, assize of, see franchises
-, baking,
-, dairy products,
-, butter,
-, cheese,
-, milk,
-, eggs,
-, fish,
-, flour,
-, grocery,
-, honey,
-, ice cream,
-, jam,
-, meat,
-, bacon,
-, beef,
-, butchering, n,
-, mutton,
-, pork, n,
-, sugar,
-, and see ale and beer; crops; industries, etc.: victualling; minerals and mining: salt; molasses

football, see entertainments, etc.

footballs, see industries, etc.: leather

footwear, see industries, etc.: leather

forces, armed,
-, Artillery Volunteers, Shropshire & Staffordshire,
-, cadets, n,
-, Infantry:
-, King's Shropshire Light,
-, Shropshire Volunteer,
-, the Light,
-, militia, n,
-, Rifle Volunteers, Shropshire,
-, Territorial Army,
-, Territorial Army Volunteer Reserve,
-, United States Army,
-, volunteers (unspecified),
-, yeomanry (unspecified),
-, Yeomanry, Shropshire,
-, Yeomanry Cavalry, Shropshire,
-, and see Central Ordnance Depot; War Department

Ford:
-, Ric. of (fl. 1292),
-, Ric. (d. 1745),
-, Rob. of,

Foreman, Thos.,

Forest Glen Pavilions, see Watling Street township

forest perch, see weights and measures

Forester:
-, Brooke,
-, Cecil, see Weld-Forester
-, Edw. (fl. 1466),
-, Edw. (fl. 1592),
-, Fra. (d. 1637),
-, Fra. (bur. 1665),
-, Fra. (d. 1692),
-, Geo.,
-, Geo. Townshend,
-, Hugh,
-, John (d. 1350),
-, John (d. 1466),
-, John (d. c. 1521),
-, John (fl. after c. 1521, ? [the elder] fl. 1544),
-, John (fl. before 1540, ? [the elder] fl. 1544),
-, John [the elder] (fl. 1544),
-, John, the younger (fl. 1544, ? d. 1591),
-, John (d. 1591),
-, John Geo. Weld, see Weld-Forester
-, Mary, see Newport
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1200-1227),
-, Rob. (d. c. 1278),
-, Rog. (d. by 1283),
-, Rog. (d. c. 1312),
-, Rog. (fl. 1319),
-, Rog. (d. 1403),
-, Rog. (d. 1443),
-, Dr. Townshend,
-, Wm. (d. 1395),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1718),
-, Wm. (d. 1758),
-, fam., n,
-, and see Weld-Forester

Forester, Barons, and see Weld-Forester

foresters, see wood

forests, royal, and see Dean; Kinver; Watling Street township; Wrekin forest

forging, see iron and steel: processes

Forster:
-, Fra. (fl. 1621),
-, Fra. (fl. 1683),
-, John,
-, M.,
-, fam.,

Fosbrooke, Edw.,

Foster:
-, Ant.,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Jas., n, plate
-, W. O.,
-, fam.,

Foston (in Scropton, Derb.),

Fowler, Sam., and see Leveson-Fowler

Fox:
-, Shadrach,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Fox-Davies

Fox-Davies, A. C., and see Davies; Fox

Foxholes, the, see Ironbridge

Foxley (in Blakesley, Litchborough,and Pattishall, Northants.),

France,
-, emperor, see Napoléon I
-, Revolution,
-, wine trade,
-, and see Sèvres

France-Hayhurst (formerly France), H. H.,
-,

franchises,
-, assize of ale,
-, assize of bread,
-, fairs, q.v.
-, frankpledge, view of, see courts: leet
-, free warren,
-, markets, q.v.
-, return of writs,

frankpledge, view of, see courts: leet

Free bridge, see Haynes Memorial bridge

free warren, see franchises

Freeford (Staffs.),

freehold, see tenures

Freeman, Thos.,

Freer, Ric.,

friendly societies,

Friends, Religious Society of, see Quakers

fruit, see crops

Fry (née Gurney), Eliz.,

Fryer:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

frying pans, see iron and steel: products

Full Gospel Church,

fulling, see cloth: making

furnace men, see iron and steel

Furness (Lancs.), n

furniture, see industries, etc.

G.K.N. Sankey Ltd.,

Gailey (in Penkridge, Staffs.),

gallows, see punishments

gambling, see entertainments, etc.

gamekeeper,

gaming, see entertainments, etc.: gambling

gaols, see punishments: prisons

Garbet:
-, Jas.,
-, Sam.,
-, fam.,

Garbett:
-, Benj.,
-, Rob.,

Garbett, Clemson & Co.,

gardening, plates
-, allotments,
-, flower shows,
-, market, and see crops
-, nurseries, n

Garmston (in Leighton), n

Garneys:
-, Sir Chris.,
-, Jane, w. of Sir Chris.,
-, Mic.,

gas engines, see engines

gas plant, see engineering: products

gas supplies, see named places

Gasel Ltd.,

gaskets, see engineering: products

gates, see iron and steel: products

Gauntlett:
-, H. J.,
-, Hen.,

Gellibrand, Jonathan,

geologists,

geology, see named places; minerals and mining

Germany, and see Augsburg; Buxheim; Swabia

Gibbons:
-, Fra.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Gibbs, Jas.,

Giffard:
-, Anne,
-, Barbara, m. Thos. Slaughter,
-, Eliz., see Leveson
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Rose (d. 1763), see Brooke
-, Rose (fl. 1765-6), m. Peter Parry,
-, fam.,

Gilbert:
-, Anne, m. - Yate, n
-, John,
-, Nat., n
-, Thos.,
-, fam., n

Gilbert, Mount, forest of, see Wrekin forest
-,

Gillian dau. of Hugh of the Heath,

Gilpin:
-, Gilb.,
-, Joshua,
-, his s.,
-, his w.,

Gisborne, Thos.,

Gitchfield (in Broseley),

glass, see industries, etc.

Glass Duties Act (1838),

Glazebrook:
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Gloucester,

Gloucestershire, and see Dean, forest of; Gloucester; Sezincote

gloves, see industries, etc.: leather

Glynwed Appliances Ltd.,

Glynwed Foundries Ltd.,

Gnosall (Staffs.), n

goats, see agriculture: livestock

Godebold the priest,
-, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Goffe, Chris.,

Goldney:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

golf, see entertainments, etc.

Goodhart-Rendel, H. S.,

Goodman fam.,

Goodwin:
-, Geo.,
-, Wm.,

Gorsy Wood, see Ketley

Gosfrid (fl. 1086),

Gospel Army Mission,

Gospel Church, Full, see Full Gospel Church

Gower, Wm., see Leveson-Gower; and see Sutherland-Leverson-Gower

Gower:
-, Barons, see Leveson-Gower
-, Earls, see Leveson-Gower; Sutherland-Leveson-Gower

Gower, Earl, & Co.,
-, plate

Grace, A. Z.,

grain, see crops: cereals

Grange, the, see Coalbrookdale

Grange Farm, see Stirchley

granges, monastic, see agriculture

granite, see minerals and mining

Granville:
-, Earls, see Leveson-Gower
-, Vct., see Leveson-Gower

grates, see iron and steel: products

Gratewood:
-, Alice, m. Reynold Corbet,
-, Wm.,

gratings, see iron and steel: products

gravel, see minerals and mining

Gravenhunger (in Mucklestone), n,

Great Bolas, see Bolas, Great

Great Dawley, see Dawley

Great Western Railway (G.W.R.),

Great Wytheford, see Wytheford, Great

Great Britain, S.S.,

Green, Mrs. Alice, and see Greene

Green, the, see Madeley Wood; Oakengates town; Wellington

Green Bank, see Dawley, Little

green belt, see Midlands, west

Greene, Wm., and see Green

Greenhalgh, Wm.,

Greenwood:
-, A. W. J. ('Anthony'), Baron Greenwood of Rossendale,
-, Art., n
-, John A.,

Grenfell, -,

Grevel:
-, John,
-, Sibyl, see Corbet

Grey:
-, Edw., Baron Grey of Powis (d. 1551),
-, Edw. (fl. 1551-1604),
-, fam.,

Grice:
-, John,
-, fam., n
-, and see Gryce

Griffiths:
-, Ceri,
-, R.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rowland,

Grim (fl. before 1086),

Grindle, John of,

Grindle (in Ryton),

Grinshill:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Grinshill,

grocery, see foodstuffs

Groom:
-, Ernest,
-, R. A.,
-, R. G.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam., n, n,

Groom, R., Sons, & Co.,

Groom, Ric. & Thos.,

Groom, Ric. & Thos., & Sons,

Groom & Sons,

grubbers, master, see coal

Gryce, John, and see Grice

Guest, F.,

guiding, see entertainments, etc.: scouting and guiding

guilds, religious, n,

guns, see industries, etc.

Gurney, Eliz., see Fry

Gwion son of Jonas of Powys,

Gwyther, J. H. A., see Phillips

gymnastics, see entertainments, etc.

Hadley:
-, Alan of,
-, Cecily of, m. Rog. Corbet,
-, Seburga, w. of Wm. (I) of, see Peverel
-, Wm. (I) of (d. c. 1136),
-, Wm. (II) of (d. c. 1195), see Ercall, Wm. (I) of

Hadley (in Wellington),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, Asians,
-, athletics,
-, bdy.,
-, canal, plate
-, card-playing,
-, carnival, plate
-, cemetery,
-, chars.,
-, choral singing,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, cinema,
-, C.P., n,
-, council,
-, clubs and societies, plate
-, musical,
-, commons and waste,
-, community centre,
-, ct., man.,
-, cricket,
-, dom. archit.,
-, earthworks,
-, est.,
-, fairs,
-, fields, open,
-, football,
-, gas supply,
-, geol.,
-, gymnasium,
-, Hadley Pk.,
-, Haybridge,
-, Haybridge Hall,
-, Haybridge Ho.,
-, health centre,
-, housing, plate
-, inc.,
-, ind. and trade,
-, bank,
-, bricks and tiles,
-, clay,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, engineering,
-, wks., plate
-, iron,
-, retail,
-, rope,
-, sand,
-, weavers,
-, inns,
-, inst.,
-, Ketley Vallens,
-, libr.,
-, man., n,
-, Manor Ho.,
-, mills, n,
-, New Hadley,
-, notable person,
-, pk.,
-, police,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rlys.,
-, Ketley Junction,
-, recreation grounds,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, settlement,
-, sewerage,
-, disposal wks.,
-, Sikhs,
-, sports,
-, tithes,
-, Vallens, the,
-, village, replanned as dist. centre of Telford new town,
-, ward of Wrekin dist.,
-, water supply,
-, W. Indians,
-, woodland,

Hadley brook,

'Hadly' (unidentified),

Hadow Report, see Education of the Adolescent

hairdressing, see industries, etc.

Hakyn, Rob., and see Hawkins

Hales, Little, see Sheriffhales

Halesfield industrial estate (in Kemberton, Madeley, Shifnal, and Sutton Maddock),

Halesowen (Worcs., formerly Salop.and Worcs.), and see Old-bury

Halifax, marquess of, see Saville

Hallen:
-, Cornelius,
-, fam.,

Halling (Kent),

Halywell:
-, Geo.,
-, Ric.,

Hamilton, G. E.,

hammering, see iron and steel: processes

Hammers, the, see Lilleshall: Humbers, the

Hampton, Rog.,

Hampton-in-Arden (Warws.), see Balsall, Temple

Hancock, Wal.,

handicapped (disabled), the,

Hansom, J. A.,

Harborne (Warws. and Worcs., formerly Staffs.), see Smethwick

hardcore, see minerals and mining

Hardman, John, & Co.,

hardware, see industries, etc.

Hardwick, Eliz. ('Bess of Hardwick'), m. earl of Shrewsbury,

Hardwick (in Ellesmere),

Harley:
-, Phil. of,
-, Sir Rob.,

Harley,

Harlow (Essex), new town, n

Harrington, see Sutton Maddock

Harris, J. A., & Sons (Old Park) Ltd.,

Harrow (London, formerly Mdx.),

harrows, see agriculture: equipment

Hartley, Steph.,

Hartshill, see Oakengates town

Hartshorne:
-, C. H.,
-, Jane, w. of Ric.,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Haseley (Warws.),

Hastings, Selina, ctss. of Huntingdon, see Ferrers

Hatch, the, see Wenlock, Little

Hatherley, John, see Heatherley

Hatton, Cold (in Ercall Magna), n,

Hatton, High (in Stanton upon Hine Heath), n, n

Hatton Grange, see Shifnal

Haughmond, n,
-, abbey,

Haughton:
-, Hen.,
-, Hugh of,
-, Mary,
-, and see Horton; Houghton

Haughton (in Ercall Magna and Upton Magna), n

haulage, see industries, etc.

Hawkins:
-, Isaac,
-, Rebecca, m. - Walthall,
-, and see Hakyn

hawks, see entertainments, etc.

Hawkstone (in Hodnet),

Hawley:
-, Dorothy, see Ashwood
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Sir J. H.,
-, fam.,

'Hawthorn', St. (? St. Arfan),

hay, see crops

Hay, Little, see Madeley

Hay, the (in Madeley),
-, golf course,
-, inclined plane,
-, Telford Hotel,
-, weir,

Haybridge, see Hadley

Haybridge brook, see Wellington: streams

Haybridge Iron Co.,

Haybrook, see Lilleshall: streams

Haycock:
-, Edw.,
-, J. H.,

Haygate (in Wellington and Wrockwardine), n,

Haynes:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Haynes & Bromley,

Haynes Memorial (or Free) bridge (in Broseley and Madeley),
-,

Hayward:
-, Cath., w. of Sir Rowland,
-, Sir Geo. (d. 1615),
-, his w.,
-, Geo. (fl. 1623-40),
-, Sir John (d. 1636),
-, John (d. 1786),
-, John (fl. 1842),
-, Mary, see Bailey
-, Maurice,
-, Sir Rowland,
-, Wm. (fl. 1608, ? d. 1640),
-, Wm. [? the elder] (fl. 1623), s. of
-, Wm. (d. 1640),
-, Wm. (d. 1640),
-, Revd. Wm. (fl. 1651-60),
-, Wm., the younger (d. 1708),
-, Wm. (d. 1727), n,
-, Wm. (d. 1763),
-, Wm. (d. 1782),
-, fam., n,

haywards, and see hedge overseers

Hazlehurst:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Headford (Abbot's) brook,

health, see medicine, etc.

Health, minister of,

Health Service, National,

heaters, see engineering: products

Heath, Hugh of the,
-, Gillian dau. of, see Gillian
-, his w.,

Heath Hill, see Dawley

Heatherley:
-, (or Hatherley), John,
-, fam.,

Heber-Percy, Algernon,

hedge overseers, and see haywards

hemp, see crops

Henllan (Denb.), see Tywysog

Henry I,

Henry II,
-, as duke of Aquitaine,

heraldry, see arms

herbage, see agriculture

Herbert:
-, Anna Maria, see Cludde
-, Christian Victor Chas., earl of Powis,
-, Lt.-Col. E. R. H., earl of Powis,
-, Col. E. W.,
-, Edw. Jas., earl of Powis,
-, R. C.,

Herbert of Chirbury, Baroness, see Newport

Hereford:
-, bps. of, and see Aigueblanche, Peter de; Cantilupe, St. Thos.
-, cath., prebendary,
-, dioc.,

Herefordshire, and see Hereford; Weobley; Wigmore

heriot, see services

hermits,

Hertfordshire, see Bushey

Heseltine, Mic. R. D.,

Heywood, Thos.,

Hiatt, Mrs. Eliz.,

Hickman, Ralph,

Higgins:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

High Ercall, see Ercall Magna

High Hatton, see Hatton, High

Highway Act (1835),

Highway Act (1862),

highway boards,

highways, see roads

Hill:
-, Humph.,
-, John,
-, Noel, Baron Berwick,
-, Ric.,
-, Sir Rowland (d. 1561),
-, (formerly Barbour), Sam.,
-, Thos.,
-, his sons,
-, Thos. Noel, Baron Berwick, n
-, and see Noel-Hill

hill fort,

Hill Top, see Madeley

Hilton, see Sheriffhales

Hinde, Thos. C.,

Hinde, Thos. C., & Co.,

Hinkshay, see Dawley

Hinstock, n,

historians and antiquaries, see Cart lidge, J. E. G.; Cranage, D. H.S.; Dukes, T. F.; Eyton, R. W.; Hartshorne, C. H.; Orderic Vitalis; Parkes, David; Randall, John

Hitachi Maxell,

Hobson, Rob.,

Hobson & Co.,

Hochekyns, Thos., n

hockey, see entertainments, etc.

Hodden, Ric.,

Hodgebower, see Ironbridge

Hodgetts:
-, Eliz., see Clowes
-, Thos.,

Hodgkiss, Thos., n

Hodgson, H. F.,

Hodnet:
-, Baldwin of, n
-, Otes of (d. c. 1201),
-, Sir Otes of (d. 1284),
-, Wm. of (d. c. 1302),
-, Wm. (fl. 1320-2),
-, fam.,

Hodnet,
-, as address,
-, Bolas, Little, q.v.
-, clergy,
-, Espley, q.v.
-, fee of,
-, Hawkstone, q.v.
-, Hodnet Hall,
-, Hopton, q.v.
-, hund.,
-, man.,
-, Marchamley, q.v.
-, Peplow, q.v.
-, Weston-under-Redcastle, q.v.
-, Wollerton, q.v.

Hollinswood (in Shifnal), n,
-, canal,
-, housing,
-, ind. and trade:
-, bricks,
-, coal and ironstone,
-, iron,
-, landscape dereliction, plate
-, name,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rlys.,
-, stream,
-, woodland,

Hollinswood housing estate (in Dawley and Shifnal),
-, community centre,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, schs.,

Hollinswood interchange, see Malinslee: roads

Hollinswood Iron Works,

Hollis, John,

hollow ware, see iron and steel: products

Holmer, see Stirchley

Holmes:
-, Wm.,
-, -,

Holt, V. M. E.,

Holway Tool & Engineering Co. Ltd.,

Holyhead (Ang.),

Holywell Lane, see Dawley, Little

Hombersley, Wm.,

Home, the (in Wentnor),

Homfray:
-, Fra.,
-, John, see Addenbrooke

honey, see foodstuffs

Honnington, see Lilleshall

honors, see baronies

Hoo, the (in Eyton upon the Weald Moors, Preston upon the Weald Moors, and Wellington),
-, est.,
-, farms,
-, Hoo Hall,
-, moor, n
-, road, n

Hopley, Peter,

Hopley Bros.,

hops, see crops

Hopton (in Hodnet), n, n

Hornby (in Melling, Lancs.),

Horne, Melville, n

horse racing, see entertainments, etc.: racing

Horsehay (in Dawley, Wellington, and Little Wenlock),
-, canal,
-, commons and waste,
-, dom. archit.,
-, est.,
-, farms,
-, geol.,
-, Horsehay Common,
-, Horsehay Cottage,
-, Horsehay Potteries,
-, housing, n; plate
-, ind. and trade,
-, basalt,
-, bricks,
-, clay,
-, engineering,
-, fireclay,
-, iron,
-, lead figurines,
-, pottery, plate
-, slag,
-, mill,
-, Moreton's Coppice,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rlys.,
-, roads,
-, Round Ho., plate
-, sch.,
-, sewerage,
-, Spring Village,
-, steam locomotive preservation,
-, water supply,

Horsehay brook,

Horsehay Co. Ltd.,

Horsehay dingle, see Dawley, Little

horses, see agriculture: livestock

Horton:
-, Alice, m. Wm. Steventon,
-, Eustace of,
-, Isabel, see Praères
-, Joan, m. Reynold Sowdeley,
-, John (fl. 1383),
-, John (fl. 1807-26),
-, Phil. of (fl. 1382),
-, Phil. (? another),
-, Ralph of,
-, Ric. of (fl. 1336-70, ? two of this name),
-, Ric. (fl. 1402),
-, Ric. (fl. 1419-40, ? another),
-, Sabin, w. of Wm. of (fl. early 13th cent.), see Preston
-, Sam.,
-, Sibyl, w. of Ralph of,
-, Wm. of (fl. early 13th cent.),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1292),
-, Wm. (fl. 1800),
-, fam.,
-, and see Haughton; Houghton

Horton, John, & Co.,

Horton, Simms, & Bull,

Horton (in Wellington),
-, agric.,
-, farms,
-, bdy.,
-, commons and waste,
-, est.,
-, fields, open,
-, geol.,
-, inc.,
-, man., n, n
-, pop.,
-, pound,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, public hos.,
-, rly.,
-, road,
-, settlement,
-, sewage wks.,
-, shooting butts,
-, stocks,
-, tiles,
-, village,
-, woodland, see Hortonwood

Hortonwood (Horton's wood) (in Eyton upon the Weald Moors),
-, bdy.,
-, est.,
-, farms,
-, geol.,
-, hamlet,
-, Hortonwood industrial estate, q.v.
-, ind. and trade,
-, landscape,
-, name,
-, pop.,
-, rly.,
-, road,
-, settlement pattern,
-, sewage wks.,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Hortonwood industrial estate (in Eyton upon the Weald Moors, Preston upon the Weald Moors, and Wellington),

hospitals:
-, eleemosynary, see Balsall, Temple; Preston upon the Weald Moors township: Preston Trust Homes
-, medical, see medicine, etc.

Hotson, John,

Houghton, Wm., and see Haughton; Horton

Houlston fam.,

Houlston, F., & Son,

Houlston & Son,

Housing Acts (1923-54),

Housing and Local Government, Ministry of,
-, ministers,

Howard:
-, Alathea, ctss. of Arundel and Surrey, see Talbot
-, Sir Ebenezer,
-, Hen., see Stafford-Howard
-, Thos., earl of Arundel and Surrey,
-, Blessed Wm., Vct. Stafford,
-, and see Stafford-Howard

Howle (in Chetwynd), n

Hugh son of John de Pauncefot (? recte Pantulf),

Hugh the smith,

Hugh's Bridge, see Lilleshall

Hughley,

'Hulemor', see Stirchley: Holmer

Hulemore, Rog. of, n

Hulse, J. C., & Co. Ltd.,

Humber brook,

Humbers, the, see Lilleshall

Humphreston, John of,

Humphreston (in Donington),

hundreds, and see bailiffs; Bradford; Brimstree; Condover; courts; Culvestan; Cuttlestone; Hodnet; Munslow; Pimhill; Pirehill; sergeants; stewards; Stottesdon; Wenlock, liberty and borough of: lib.; Wrockwardine

Hungerton (Leics.), see Quenby

Hungryhatton (in Child's Ercall), n

Hunkington, see Upton Magna

Hunnit (fl. 1086),

Hunt:
-, Georgiana Veronica, see Davidson
-, Hen. Cecil John, Baron Hunt of Llanvair Waterdine, n
-, Rowland, n

hunting, see entertainments, etc.

hunting lodges, plate

Huntingdon, ctss. of, see Ferrers

Huntington, see Wenlock, Little

hurdles, see agriculture: equipment

Hurley brook,

Hurleybrook (in Wellington),

Hussey, John,

Hutton, Sheriff (Yorks. N.R.), see Stittenham

Hychecok, John,

ice cream, see foodstuffs

ice skating, see entertainments, etc.: skating

Icke:
-, Eliz.,
-, Wm., the elder (fl. 1726),
-, Wm., the younger (fl. 1726),
-, Wm. (fl. 1842),
-, -,

Ightfield, n

igneous rock, see minerals and mining

Illinois (U.S.A.),

improvement commissioners,

inclined planes, plate

inclosure, see agriculture

Incorporated Church Building Society, see Church Building Society

Independent Evangelicals, see Evangelicals

Independents (political),

Independents (religious), see Congregationalists

India,

Industrial Archaeology, Institute of, see Coalbrookdale

industrialists, see industries, etc.

industries, trades, and professions:
-, agricultural equipment, see agriculture: equipment
-, ale and beer, q.v.
-, aluminium,
-, architects, q.v.
-, asphalt,
-, auctioneer,
-, banking,
-, and see banks, savings
-, baskets,
-, bell founding,
-, bookselling,
-, bow-hauling,
-, brass,
-, building, and see crucks
-, businessmen (unspecified),
-, candles,
-, cement,
-, charcoal, n,
-, chemicals, plate and see agriculture: fertilizers
-, clay, q.v.
-, clocks and watches,
-, cloth, q.v.
-, clothing,
-, sewing,
-, tailoring, n,
-, coach building,
-, coal, q.v.
-, coke, plate
-, concrete,
-, diplomacy,
-, electrical goods,
-, batteries,
-, washing machines, see engineering: products
-, engineering, q.v.
-, figurines, lead,
-, foodstuffs, q.v.
-, furniture,
-, bedsteads,
-, chairs,
-, glass,
-, guns,
-, hairdressing,
-, hardware (unspecified),
-, haulage and carrying,
-, industrialists (unspecified), plates
-, insurance,
-, iron and steel, q.v.
-, ironstone, q.v.
-, jewellery,
-, land agents,
-, lawyers,
-, attorneys (solicitors),
-, canon,
-, and see courts
-, lead,
-, leather (skins),
-, footballs,
-, footwear (cobbling, cordwainery, corvisors),
-, gloves,
-, insp. (sealers),
-, saddlery,
-, tanning,
-, lime, n,
-, malting, n, n,
-, medical supplies,
-, medicine, see medicine, etc.
-, merchants,
-, mills:
-, steam,
-, wind,
-, and see named places
-, mineral water,
-, minerals and mining, q.v.
-, mining agents,
-, mining equipment, see minerals and mining: equipment
-, munitions,
-, newspapers,
-, nickel,
-, notary public,
-, office equipment,
-, photography,
-, pitch,
-, plastics,
-, plumbing,
-, printing and publishing,
-, quarrying, see minerals and mining
-, rope,
-, wire, see iron and steel: products
-, rubber,
-, sculptors, see Marshall, Edw.; Marshall, Joshua
-, shops (unspecified),
-, slag,
-, soap,
-, stationery,
-, surveyors, q.v.
-, tar,
-, tarmacadam,
-, toys and dolls,
-, tradesmen (craftsmen) (unspecified),
-, victualling, n
-, video tape,
-, wheels,
-, wine,
-, wood, q.v.
-, wool,

infantry, see forces

Ingall & Sons,

Ingestre, John of, n

Inland Revenue, Board of,

insurance, see industries, etc.

Intermetric Processes Ltd.,

International Exhibition, see Exhibition

International Voluntary Service for Peace, see Peace
-,

Interregnum,
-, Commonwealth,
-, and see civil wars: temp. Chas. I and II; county committee; Parliamentarians

Ireland,

Irish:
-, Ric. (fl. 1255),
-, Ric. (fl. 1304),
-, Wm.,

Iron Age, see prehistoric remains

iron and steel:
-, dealing, n,
-, furnace men,
-, manufacturers, n, plate and see named manufacturers
-, Marked Bar Association,
-, processes:
-, Bessemer,
-, casting,
-, fining,
-, forging,
-, hammering,
-, moulding,
-, puddling,
-, rolling,
-, shingling,
-, Siemens,
-, slitting,
-, smithing, n,
-, Wright & Jesson,
-, products:
-, chains, n, n,
-, frying pans,
-, gates,
-, grates,
-, gratings,
-, hollow ware,
-, manhole covers,
-, nails,
-, pipes,
-, railings,
-, rivets,
-, rope, wire,
-, shovels,
-, spades,
-, tanks (cisterns),
-, wire,
-, slag, see industries, etc.
-, workers (unspecified),
-, and see engineering; named places

Iron Bridge, the (in Benthall and Madeley), plates

iron pyrites, see minerals and mining

Ironbridge (in Madeley), plates
-, as address,
-, adv.,
-, armoury,
-, assembly rooms,
-, badger- and bull-baiting,
-, Beeches Hosp. (formerly Ironbridge public assistance inst., formerly Madeley union workho.),
-, Belmont Ho.,
-, 'British Workman',
-, Brockholes, the,
-, carnival,
-, Central Hall,
-, child-welfare centre,
-, ch.,
-, benefice ho.,
-, clergy,
-, ch. hall,
-, cinemas,
-, clubs and societies,
-, savings bank,
-, ct., petty sessions,
-, dispensary,
-, drill hall,
-, epidemics,
-, est.,
-, fairs,
-, fête, n
-, fire stn.,
-, football,
-, Foxholes, the,
-, gas wks.,
-, geol.,
-, Hodgebower, n,
-, ho. of ind. for Madeley parish,
-, housing,
-, inclined plane,
-, ind. and trade,
-, bricks, n
-, coal and ironstone,
-, coracle making,
-, engineering,
-, garments,
-, limestone,
-, printing,
-, inns,
-, Tontine, plate
-, inst.,
-, librs.,
-, Lincoln (? Limekiln) Hill,
-, Loadcroft,
-, lock-up,
-, Lodge, the, plate
-, mkt., plate
-, bldgs.,
-, Mkt. Place (Square), plate
-, Mount Pleasant,
-, museum, see museums: Ironbridge Gorge Museum
-, newspapers,
-, police,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prot. nonconf., n,
-, public hos.,
-, rlys.,
-, roads,
-, rowing,
-, schs.,
-, Sunday,
-, sewerage,
-, Southside,
-, sports,
-, territorial army,
-, theatre,
-, tunnel,
-, volunteers,
-, wake,
-, water supply,
-, Wenlock boro. offices,
-, Wharfage, the,

Ironbridge and Broseley railway station, see Benthall: rly.

Ironbridge 'B' power station, see Buildwas

Ironbridge Gorge Museum, see museums

Ironbridge Metal Co.,

Ironbridge Weekly Journal,

ironstone:
-, measures of, n
-, miners,
-, and see named places: coal and iron-stone

Isabel, queen of Edw. II,

Isaiah, prophet,

Isitt, Herb.,

Islam (Muslims),

Isombridge (in Ercall Magna),

Ison:
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., n

Italy, see Rome

Itinerarium Antonini, see Antonine Itinerary

Jackfield (in Broseley), n,

Jackson, Wm.,

jam, see foodstuffs

James son of Simon,

James:
-, Gilb.,
-, John,

Jandrell, John, n

Japan,

Jarvis, Mrs. A. J.,

Jeffrey, W. J., & Son,

Jehovah's Witnesses,

Jellicoe, G. A.,

Jenckes, John,

Jerningham, Geo. Wm. Stafford, Baron Stafford,

Jesson, Jos., & Co. (Wright & Jesson),

jewellery, see industries, etc.

Jigger's Bank, see Dawley, Little

John, King,

John son of John de Praères,

John son of Thomas the shepherd,

John the miller,

Johnson:
-, H. C.,
-, J. W.,
-, (or Antony), John, n
-, Dr. Sam.,
-, -,

Johnson Bros.,

Johnston, J. T. M.,

Johnston Bros. Ltd.,

Johnston Pipes Ltd.,

joinery, see wood: working

Jones:
-, Alf. Seymour,
-, Elijah,
-, Geo.,
-, Hen. Jos.,
-, J. W.,
-, John (fl. 1783),
-, John (fl. 1878),
-, Mary, see Darby
-, Maurice,
-, Mrs. Ann,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. before 1842),
-, Thos. (fl. 1885-1905),
-, Thos. (fl. 1920),
-, fam.,

Jones, C. R., & Sons,

Jones, John, & Son,

Jones, Marg., & Son,

Jordan, Thos.,

Jorden:
-, Edw. (d. 1699),
-, Edw. (fl. 1720s),
-, Sarah, see Wyke

justices of the peace, see courts