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'Index: A-J', A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 10: Cheveley, Flendish, Staine and Staploe Hundreds (north-eastern Cambridgeshire) (2002), pp. 585-604. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=18976 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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NOTE. Page numbers in bold-face type indicate the sections covering particular parishes or hundreds, and within index entries for particualar parishes, the pages on which the topic covered by the sub-entry for that topic receives its principal treatment. Illustrations within the text are indicated by fig. with a number; those in the collected block of plates by pl. with a number showing the number of the particular illustration, not the page within the group of plates. The maps and hearth tax tables are not indexed. The following abbreviations, here printed in bold type, for subjects, topics, and titles may require elucidation. adv. advow- son; agric. agriculture (-al); A.-S. Anglo-Saxon; abp. archbishop; archit. architecture (-al); bp. bishop; bd. board; bdry. boundary; bro. brother; bldg. building; cas. castle; Cath. catholic; chant. chantry; chap. chapel; char. charity; ch. church; coll. college; co. company; ctss. countess; ct. court; dau. daughter; d. died; dioc. diocese (-an); dom. domestic; dchss. duchess; fam. family; fl. flourished; gdn. garden; hosp. hospital; ho. house; hund. hundred; inc. inclosure; ind. industry; inst. institute; ld. lord; man. manor (-ial); mfr. manufacturer; mkr. maker; mkg. making; mkt. market; m. married; mt. merchant; Min. Ministry; mus. museum; nonconf. nonconformity; n. note; par. parish; pk. park; pop. population; prehist. prehistoric; rly. railway; rem. remains; Rom. Roman; sch. school; sis. sister; s. son; soc. society; vct. viscount; w. wife; wks. works

abattoirs, see slaughterhouses

Abington, Gt. (Northants):
-, ld.,

accountants,

Adam (fl. 1192-1201), butler of Adolf, abp. of Cologne,

Adam (fl. 1233), master of St. John's Hosp., Camb.,

Adams:
-, Francis,
-, Mary, w. of Wm., see Maynard
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Addison, Wm.,

Adestan (fl. 1086),

Adolf, abp. of Cologne,
-, butler, see Adam

Aelfflaed (fl. 1000), w. of Beorthtnoth,

Aelfgar, earl of Mercia (d. c. 1064),

Aelfgar (another, fl. before 990),

Aelfgar the staller (fl. 1066),

Aelfhelm Poga, and his w.,

Aelfnoth (fl. 990s), son of Goding,

Aelfric (fl. c. 975),

Aelfric (fl. c. 985), s. of earl Hereric,

Aelfric (fl. 1066), monk of Ramsey,

Aelfric (fl. 1086) of Snailwell,

Aelfsige (fl. c. 1050) of Landwade, and his w. Leva,

Aelfsige (fl. 1066, ? another),

Aelfwine (d. 980), abbot of Ramsey,

Aelfwine the harper (fl. 1066),

Aelfwold (fl. late 10th cent.),

Aethelric, bp. of Dorchester,

Aethelthryth, see Etheldreda

Aethelwine (d. 992), ealdorman of East Anglia,

Aethelwine (another, fl. 965),

Aethelwold (d. 984), bp. of Winchester,

Aethelwold (another, fl. late 10th cent.),
-,

Affleck:
-, Joan, w. of Gilb.,
-, Col. Gilb.,
-, Kath, w. of Wm., see Daston
-, Revd. Wm.,
-, fam., n,

agisting,

agricultural implement making,

agricultural machinery, and see steam ploughs; threshing machines

agricultural societies,

agricultural unrest, see riots and unrest

agriculture, see agisting; agricultural machinery; agricultural societies; assarting; common; crops, rotation of; demesnes; field drainage; organic husbandry; ploughing matches; poultry farming; sheepfold and sheepwalk; and see for cross references, cattle; crops and produce; dairying; officers

agrochemicals, and see fertilizer making

air crew training,

Air Raid Protection Service,

aircraft manufacture and design,

airfields, civil, see Cambridge airfield; Teversham

airfields (R.A.F.), see Bottisham; Snailwell; Waterbeach; Wilbraham, Lt.

Akaris [Zacharias], sons of, see Hervey; Walter

Alan (d. 1089), ct. of Brittany, ld. of Richmond,

Alan (d. 1093), count of Brittany, ld. of Richmond,

Alan, earl of Richmond (d. 1146),

Alan, vct. of Rohan (fl. 1150),

Alan, vct. of Rohan (fl. 1184),

Alan, vct. of Rohan (fl. 1230),

Alan (d. 1114), son of Flaad,
-, his s., see William; FitzAlan

Alan (fl. 1200-02), Breton count,

Albion printing works, Soham,

ale, see assize of bread and ale

Alençon:
-, Herb. de,
-, his w. Margery,

Aleran (fl. 1086),
-, his s., see Robert the constable

aletasters,

Aleyn, John,

Alfred, King, n

Alice, dau. of earl Waltheof, m. Ralphde Tony (d. c. 1126),

Alington:
-, Cath.,
-, Diana, w. of Wm. (d. 1684),
-, Diana, dau. of Wm. (d. 1684),
-, Eliz., w. of Wm. (d. 1648),
-, Sir Giles (d. 1522),
-, Giles (d. c. 1572),
-, Sir Giles (d. 1586),
-, Sir Giles (d. 1638),
-, Giles, Ld. Alington (d. 1691),
-, Jas.,
-, Joan, w. of Ric., see Cordell
-, Marg. (d. 1598), w. of Rob., m. Thos. Pledger,
-, Marg. (d. 1626), w. of Giles (d. c. 1572), see Spencer
-, Mary, w. of Sir Giles (d. 1522),
-, Ric.,
-, his dau.,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. (d. 1446),
-, Wm. (d. 1479),
-, Wm., Ld. Alington (d. 1648),
-, his sons,
-, Wm., Ld. Alington (d. 1684),
-, fam.,
-, arms,

Alingtons man., see Bottisham

Alison, Wm.,

Allen, Nic., vicar of Chippenham,

Allix:
-, Chas. (d. 1794),
-, Chas. (d. 1862),
-, Chas. Israel Loraine,
-, Chas. Peter,
-, John Peter (d. 1753), dean of Ely, rector of Chippenham, vicar of Fordham and Swaffham Prior,
-, John Peter (d. 1807),
-, John Peter (d. 1848),
-, his w. and sis.,
-, Mary Diana, m. Reg. Metcalf Hurrell,
-, Sarah, w. of Chas. (d. 1794), see Collier
-, fam.,
-, estate,

Allnutt, C. H., curate of Wicken,

allotments,

almshouses, see Bottisham; Burwell; Cheveley; Cherry Hinton; Ditton, Fen; Fordham; Fulbourn; Isleham; Kirtling; Reach; Soham; Swaffham Bulbeck; Swaffham Prior; Wicken; Wilbraham, Lt.

Alsop, Ric.,

Althowe, Thos.,

Alwin the priest (fl. 1215),

Ambrose:
-, Cole,
-, C. C.,
-, Wm. Cole,
-, fam.,

amercements, tenants',

America, United States of:
-, Air Force (aircraft and servicemen),
-, army general,
-, emigration to,
-, millionaire, see Morgan, J. Pierpont
-, and see Milwaukee; New Brunswick; Philadelphia

Amory:
-, Eleanor, w. of Sir Nic. d', see Zouche
-, Eliz., w. of Roger d', see Clare
-, Sir Nic. d',
-, Roger d',

'Anabaptists', and see Baptists

anchorites and recluses,

Ancient Order of Foresters, see Foresters

Ancient Shepherds, see Shepherds

Anderson, Col. Jack,

Angerhale, in Bottisham, q.v.

Anglesey, in Bottisham:
-, Abbey,
-, bldg., pl.
-, estate,
-, grounds, pl.
-, priory,
-, adv.,
-, bldgs.,
-, canon,
-, estates,
-, prior, and see Reach,
-, Wm.

Anglesey man., see Bottisham; Wilbraham, Lt.

angling, and see fishing

Anglo-Saxon burials and cemeteries,

Anglo-Saxon remains, see Burwell; Cherry Hinton; Chippenham; Ditton, Fen; Fordham; Soham; Swaffham Prior; Wicken; Wilbraham, Lt.

animal feed making,

animal maiming,

Ansty:
-, Cecily, m. - Mellershe,
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Taylard,
-, Geo.,
-, Joan, w. of John (d. 1460), see Street
-, Joan, m. Wm. Alington (d. 1479), Sir John Huddleston
-, John (d. 1455),
-, John (d. 1460),
-, John (d. 1477),
-, John (d. 1501),
-, Lionel,
-, Mary, m. Hen. Langley,
-, Rob. (fl. 1487),
-, Rob. (? more than one, fl. 1506-16),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Antinomians,

antique and art shops,

Antwerp, trade with,

Appleyard:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

apprenticeships,

Arber, fam.,

Archer:
-, Isaac, curate of Wicken, vicar of Chippenham,
-, Margery, w. of Ric., see Higford
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah,
-, Thos.,

architects, see Archer, T.A.; Bonomi; Buckler, Chas. Aubin; Buckler, John Chessel; Burn; Cory; Edis; Ely, Reg.; Ferrey; Hanson; Hawkins, Rhode; Lutyens; Newman, Dudley; Noyes, Finch; Noyes, John; Papworth, Chas.; Parvin; Rickman; Rowe; St. Aubyn; Scott, Geo. Gilb.; Sandys, Francis; Sedding; Street, G. E., Walter, Jas.; Wastell; White, Wm.; Wyatt, Jas.; Wyatt, J. D.

Ardleigh (Essex):
-, ld.,

Armagh (Ireland), abp. of, see Margetson

Arminians,

army, property used by,

Arnold, fam.,

Arsic:
-, Geof. (fl. 1166),
-, Geof. (fl. 1213-36),
-, Geof. (fl. 1277-80),
-, Reynold (fl. 1187-97),
-, Reynold (fl. 1242-62),
-, fam.,

arson,

Arundel, earl of, see Howard, Phil.

Ascelin (fl. c. 1150),

Ashley: Amelia Maud, w. of W. W., see Cassel Ruth Clarisse Mary, m. Alec Cunninghan-Reid, E. J. Gardner, Thos. R. H. Cholmondeley, Ld. Delemere,
-, Col. W. W., later Ld. Mount Temple,

Ashley cum Silverley,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,

Ashley (village),

Ashley Hall,
-, bdry.,
-, Cannons (Canhams) man.,
-, chap. (Hospitallers'),
-, chaplain,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, crofts, arable,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, heath,
-, inc.,
-, of common fields,
-, of heath,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, poor ho.,
-, pop.,
-, origin of,
-, racing activities,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, school bd.,
-, Silverley, q.v.
-, tithes,
-, village greens,
-, Wood green,

Ashwell (Herts.):
-, resident,
-, asparagus,
-, asphalt making,

Aspland:
-, Jane Eliz.,
-, John,
-, Rob. (fl. 1542),
-, Rob. (fl. 1799), and his s. Rob.,
-, fam.,

assarting,

'Assarts', Ralph 'des',

assault, pleas of,

assize of bread and ale,

Astlyn, Eliz., m. Sir John Bernard, Edm. Mortimer,

atheists,

Athelstan, King,

Athelstan, abbot of Ramsey (d. 1043),

Athelstan 'Chusin' (fl. 970),

Athelstan the priest (fl. mid 10th cent.), and his bro.,

Athelstan the priest (? another, fl. 970),

Athelwald:
-, Maud, w. of Ric., see Bassingbourn
-, Ric.,

Atlas Stone Co.,

Atholl, earls of, see Strabolgi; and see Percy, Hen. (d. 1432)
-, attornies. see lawyers
-, auctioneers,

Audley:
-, Hugh de, earl of Gloucester,
-, Marg., w. of Hugh de, see Clare
-, Marg. de, m. Ralph Stafford, earl of Stafford,
-, Sir Thos., ld. chancellor,

Augmentations, Ct. of:
-, treasurer, see North, Sir Edw.
-, augmentations, parliamentary,

Augustinian (Austin) canons,

Austin Motor Co.,

Australia, emigration to,

Avenel:
-, Joan, w. of John, see Pecche
-, John,

Aves, John,

Aylesford, earls of, see Finch

Aylwin, fam., solicitors,

Ayreminne, Wm., bp. of Norwich,

Ayrshire cattle,

Babraham:
-, ct.,

Bacchus:
-, Edm.,
-, John,
-, Rowland,
-, fam.,

Bacon:
-, Basil,
-, Dorothy, w. of Basil,
-, Dorothy Anne, m. D. A. Cawley,
-, John, sculptor,
-, Sir Nic.,

Badlesmere:
-, Bart.,
-, fam.,

Badlingham, in Chippenham (Cambs.),
-, agric.,
-, ch.,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, man.
-, ho., n
-, pop.,
-, roads to,

Bailey:
-, Fred.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,
-, watchmakers,

Baines, J. J., vicar of Burwell,

Baker, Hen.,

Baldwin:
-, Alice,
-, John (or John s. of Baldwin), (d. by
-, 1275),
-, John (fl. 1315-29),
-, John (another, fl. 1346-61),
-, John (another, fl. 1384-91),
-, Ric.,
-, Rog.,
-, fam., n

Baldwins man., see Swaffham Prior

Ball:
-, Edw. (d. 1865),
-, Edw. (d. 1873),
-, Ric.,
-, Salisbury,
-, T. T.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., and see FitzBall

Balliol, Alex. de,

Balls, Chas.,

Balsham:
-, Agnes, w. of Ralph of,
-, Hugh, bp. of Ely,
-, Jas. of,
-, Ralph of,
-, Thos. of, see Thomas 'of the Chamber'

Balsham:
-, ct.,
-, rector, see Woodrooffe
-, residents,

Bancroft, Ric., abp. of Canterbury, rector of Teversham,

Banham (Norf.), n

banks and bankers,

Bannockburn (Stirlingshire), battle of,

Bansteads man., see Cheveley; Kirtling; Woodditton

baptisms, public, pl.

Baptists,
-, General,
-, Particular,
-, and see 'Anabaptists'

Baptist Union,

Barbados (W. Indies),

Barclay, A.,

Barclays Bank,

Bardolf:
-, Joan, m. Sir Wm. Phelip, Ld. Bardolf,
-, Ld., see Phelip, Wm. (d. 1441)
-, fam., of Norf.,

bargemen, see watermen

Barker:
-, Benj., and his sons,
-, Eliz., w. of Thos.,
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1664),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1696),
-, Sam., vicar of Chippenham,
-, fam., merchants,

Barking abbey (Essex):
-, estates,

Barlee, Haynes,

Barnard:
-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, and see Bernard

Barnardiston:
-, Arthur (d. 1692),
-, Arthur (d. 1737),
-, Arthur (s. of last, d. after 1738), and his sisters,
-, Nath. (d 1680),
-, Sir Sam., Bt. (d. 1707),
-, Sir Sam., Bt. (d. 1710),
-, Sam. (d. 1725),
-, fam.,

Barnes:
-, Dorothy, w., of Edw. (d. 1615),
-, Edw. (d. 1551),
-, Edw. (d. 1615),
-, Francis,
-, Marg., w. of Edw. (d. 1551), see Bestney
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., and see Bernes

Barnet, John, bp. of Ely,

Barnwell priory (Cambs.),
-, canons,
-, patronage,

Barrow:
-, Eliz., w. of Wm.,
-, Isaac (d. 1642),
-, Isaac (d. after 1647),
-, Maud of, m. Hamon Passelewe,
-, Maurice,
-, Phil. (d. 1600),
-, Phil. (fl. to 1650),
-, Thos. of,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Barrow (Suff.):
-, manor,
-, rector, see Giffard, Hugh

barrows and earthworks, prehist.,

Barway, in Soham (Cambs.),
-, chap.,
-, clerk,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, farms,
-, fens,
-, field,
-, fisheries,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, man.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pop.,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, village hall,

basket making,

Basset:
-, Aline, m. 1 Hugh Despenser (d. 1265), 2 Roger Bigod, earl of Norfolk,
-, Phil.,

Bassingbourn:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Ric., m. 2 Rog. Newent,
-, Edm. of,
-, Sir Giles,
-, Humph. of (d. 1298),
-, Sir Humph. (d. 1349),
-, Joan, m. 1 Wm. Bregg, 2 Wal. Reynell,
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., m. Wal. de Colville,
-, Mary, w. of Humph. of (d. 1298), see Thornton
-, Sir Mat. of,
-, Maud, m. Ric. Athelwald,
-, Sir Ric., Rob.,
-, fam., of Wicken,

Bassingbourns man., see Fordham

Bateman, Ralph,

Bates, Edith,

Bath (Som.), visitors,

Bath and Wells, bp. of see Burnell, Rob.

Battle abbey (Suss.),

Bawde, fam.,

Bayeux (Calvados, France), bps. of, see Odo; Vigor

Bayly, Mic.,

Baynard, Rob., and his w. Felise,

Beachamwell (Norf.):
-, resident,

Beacon:
-, Dorothy, w. of John, see Hildersham
-, John,

Beacon (Long) Course,

Beagle (ship), voyage of,

Beamont, fam.,

beating bounds (perambulation), n

Beatrice, dau. of Ralph s. of Olaf, m. Rob. de Lisle (fl. c. 1200),

Beatrice, dau. of Rob. the constable, m. Jordan (d. c. 1200) the chamberlain,

Beatrice, dau. of Wimar the steward, m. Hugh Malebisse,

Beauchamp:
-, Anne, ctss. of Warwick (d. 1449),
-, Anne (d. 1492), m. Ric. Neville, earl of Warwick,
-, Constance, w. of Ellis de, see Bolbec
-, Ellis de,
-, Florence de,
-, Guy de, earl of Warwick,
-, Hen. de (fl. 1230-50),
-, Hen., duke of Warwick (d. 1446), and his w. Cecily,
-, Joan, Lady Bergavenny,
-, John de (fl. 1260-1302),
-, John de (? another, fl. 1279),
-, John de (another, fl. 1281-1306),
-, Nic. de (d. 1242),
-, Nic. de (d. after 1335),
-, Payn de,
-, Rohese, w. of Payn de, see Vere Ric., earl of Warwick,
-, Rog. de,
-, Thos. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1369),
-, Thos., earl of Warwick (d. 1401), and his w. Marg.,
-, fam., earls of Warwick,
-, fam., of Fulbourn,

Beaufort:
-, Hen., cardinal, bp. of Winchester,
-, Lady Marg.,

Beaufort, duke of, see Somerset

Beaumont:
-, Agnes, w. of Wm. de (d. 1184), see Percy
-, Eliz., w. of John, see Phelip
-, Fanny,
-, Hen., vct. Beaumont,
-, John, vct. Beaumont,
-, Jos., master of Peterhouse, rector of Teversham,
-, Marg., w. of Wm. (d. 1507),
-, Mary,
-, Wm. de, earl of Warwick (d. 1184),
-, Wm., vct. Beaumont (d. 1507),

Beaupré Bell, see Greaves

Bec abbey (Eure, France),

Beckhall man., see Isleham

Beckingham, Ellis of,

Bedale (Yorks. N.R.):
-, ld.,

Bedford:
-, dukes of, see John; Russell
-, earls of, see Russell

Bedford Level,
-, Adventurers,
-, Commissioners,
-, Corporation,

Bedfordshire, see Cardington; Chicksands; Sutton; Warden; Woburn
-,

Belfield Hall (nr. Rochdale, Lancs.),

Belgian Air Force,

Belgians, king of the, see Leopold

Belgium, see Antwerp

Bell:
-, Dr. John, (d. 1591), dean of Ely, master of Jesus Coll., Camb. rector of Fulbourn St. Vigor's,
-, arms,
-, John (d. 1892), vicar of Fordham,

bell founders,

bells, signal (gleaning and curfew),

Bendall, fam., solicitors,

Bendish:
-, Anne, m. Sir Wm. Russell (d. 1663),
-, Edm.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Benedictine monks,

Benedictine nuns,

Beningfield, Edw.,

Bennet (Benet):
-, Edw., rector of Cheveley,
-, Jane, m. Jas. Scudamore (d. 1668),
-, Jas. Thos., rector of Cheveley,
-, John (fl. 1407),
-, John (fl. 1471),
-, John (fl. 1524-7),
-, Phil. (d. 1553),
-, Phil. (fl. 1558),
-, fam.,

Benstead (Benstede):
-, Edm. (d. by 1342),
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1438), and his w. Eleanor,
-, Edw.,
-, Guy,
-, Jas.,
-, Joan, w. of Edw.,
-, Sir John (d. 1323),
-, John (d. 1358),
-, John (d. c. 1360),
-, Sir John (d. 1471),
-, Joyce, w. of Wm.,
-, Parnel, w. of Sir John (d. 1323),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Bentinck, Wm. Hen. Cavendish, Cavendish-Scott-, duke of Portland,

Beorthtnoth, ealdorman of Essex (d. 991) his w., see Aelfflaed

Beorthtnoth, abbot of Ely (d. c. 996),

Bergavenny, Lady, see Beauchamp, Joan

Berkeley:
-, Hen., Ld. Berkeley,
-, Maurice, Ld. Berkeley,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm., Ld., later marquess Berkeley,

Berkshire, see Windsor

Bermondsey priory (Surr.),

Bernard (fl. c. 1125),

Bernard:
-, Clarice, w. of Gilb.,
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John (d. 1452), see Astley
-, Ellen, w. of Sir John (d. 1452), see Malory
-, Gilb.,
-, John (fl. 1279),
-, John (fl. 1370-80),
-, M. John (fl. 1375-1430),
-, Sir John (d. 1452),
-, Martin,
-, Marg., w. of Thos., m. Newenam,
-, Marg., m. Thos. Peyton (d. 1484),
-, Rob.,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl. to 1340),
-, Wm. (another, fl. c. 1380),
-, fam., of Isleham,
-, arms, and see Barnard

Bernards, Gt. and Lt. man., see Isleham

Bernes:
-, Edw.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1504),
-, Thos. (another, fl. 1554),
-, fam., and see Barnes

Bertram son of Thomas,

Bessborough, earls of, see Ponsonby

Bestney:
-, Edw.,
-, Joan, m. Simeon Steward (d. 1568),
-, Marg., m. Edw. Barnes (d. 1551),
-, fam.,

Bethell:
-, Anne, w. of Chas., see Sandys
-, Chas.,

Beverlay, Rob.,

Bidwell, fam.,

Bigod:
-, Alice, w. of Rog.,
-, Aline, w. of Rog., see Basset
-, Hugh, earl of Norfolk (d. 1225),
-, Hugh (d. 1265), justiciar,
-, Maud, w. of Hugh (d. 1225), see Marshal
-, Rog., earl of Norfolk and earl marshal,
-, fam., earls of Norfolk,

biochemicals,

Birmingham, ind.,

biscuit making,

Bishop, Geof., vicar of Fulbourn All Sts.,

bishop in partibus,

Black:
-, Sir Alec., Bt.,
-, Hadrian,

Black Death,

Blackerby, Thos.,

Blackway, Wm., rector of Lt. Wilbraham,

Blackwell, fam.,

Bland:
-, Edgar Cooper,
-, Geo.,
-, fam., mkt. gardeners,

Blomefield, Leonard, see Jenyns

Blomfield, Sir Arthur W.,

Blondin, J. F., acrobat,

bloodshed, pleas of,

Blue Circle Ind., cement mfr.,

Blund:
-, Alice le,
-, John le,

boarding schools, see schools

boat building,

boating, and see rowing

boatmen, see watermen

Bocking (Essex), dean of, see Gauden

'Bodingham':
-, Alan of,
-, Eustace of,
-, Gerard of,
-, Martin of,
-, Maud of, m. Hen. s. of Eudes, of Snailwell,
-, Semele of,
-, Wm. of (fl. 1180),
-, Wm. of (d. 1255),
-, Wm. of (d. by 1279),

Boeing aircraft,

bog oaks (prehist.),

Bohun:
-, Eleanor, m. Thos., duke of Gloucester,
-, fam., earls of Hereford and Essex,

Bolbec:
-, Constance de, m. Ellis de Beauchamp,
-, Hugh de (fl. 1086),
-, Hugh de (d. c. 1165),
-, Isabel de, m. Aubrey de Vere, earl of Oxford (d. 1214),
-, Isabel de, m. I Hen. de Nonant, Rob. de Vere (d. 1221),
-, Wal. de (fl. to 1140),
-, Wal. de (d. by 1186),
-, fam.,

Boldero, Dr. Edm., rector of Snailwell,

Boleyn:
-, Mary, m. Hen. Carey, Wm. Stafford,
-, Sir Thos., later earl of Wiltshire and
-, Ormond,

Bond, Ric.,

Bon Repos abbey (Cô-du-Nord, France),

Bonomi & Cory, architects, and see Cory

Boon, fam.,

Booth, Phil., rector of Lt. Wilbraham,

Borley:
-, Grace, m. Ric. Stuteville,
-, John (fl. 1383-99),
-, John (another, fl. 1399-1428),
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Borough English,

Borton, A. B., vicar of Burwell,

Botetourt:
-, Sir John,
-, Joyce, Lady la Zouche, m. Hugh Burnell, Ld. Burnell,

Bottisham:
-, Cecily, w. of Jos. of, se Upware
-, Jos. of,
-, Wm., archdeacon of Nottingham, rector of Burwell St. Mary's,

Bottisham, n
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, airfield (R.A.F.),
-, Alingtons man.,
-, almsho.,
-, Angerhale in,
-, Anglesey, q.v.
-, Anglesey man.,
-, Bendish Ho.,
-, Bottisham Hall,
-, estate,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, fig.
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, droveways (fen),
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, fires, and see pl.
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, guildhall,
-, guilds,
-, heaths,
-, housing estates,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, of common fields,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, lock,
-, Lode (hamlet), q.v.
-, Longmeadow in,
-, agric.,
-, moor,
-, mission room,
-, pop.,
-, public ho.,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mkts.,
-, mills,
-, minister,
-, nonconf.,
-, nursing home,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, Old School Ho.,
-, par. council,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, poor's fen,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, reading room,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, school bd.,
-, sewage works,
-, shops,
-, streams,
-, streets, pl.
-, tithes,
-, Tunbridge man.,
-, Vauxes man.,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village coll., pl.
-, village green,
-, village hall,
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Bottisham Lode,

Botyll, Sir Rob., prior of Hospitallers,

Boughey, P. F., vicar of Soham,

bounds, see beating bounds

Bourbon, Juan de, prince of Spain,

Bourchier:
-, Hen., earl of Essex,
-, Isabel, w. of Hen.,
-, Thos., cardinal, abp. of Canterbury,
-, steward, see Wood, Alex.

Bourn (Cambs.), barony of,

Bouzages, Rob. de, and his bro.,

Bowlby, Mrs. D. A.,

Bowle, Edm.,

Bowles:
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (d. after 1556),
-, Thos. (another, fl. 1544-55),
-, fam.,

bowls,

Bowstick, Hen.,

Bowyer:
-, Frank (fl. 1898),
-, Frank (another, fl. 1941),
-, Geo.,
-, Kenneth,
-, Marg., w. of Geo., see Downing
-, Thos.,
-, fam., pl.

Boys:
-, Alice, w. of -, see Olive
-, John,

Brachet, Adam,

Bradenham, Simon of, and his w.,

Bradley, Jas. Foster, rector of Cheveley,

Bradley, Gt. (Suff.),
-, ct.,

Bradley, Lt. (Suff.),

Bradwell, Thos. of,

Bradwell (Essex): ld.,

Braganza, Cath. of, see Catherine

Braintree (Essex),

Brampton:
-, Wm. of (fl. 1302),
-, - (? fl. 13th cent.),

Branch:
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Brand:
-, Thos. (d. 1770),
-, Thos. (d. 1794),
-, Thos., Ld. Dacre (d. 1851),

Brandon:
-, Chas., duke of Suffolk,
-, Marg., w. of Chas., see Neville

Brandon (Essex), land in,

Brandon Ferry (Suff.),

Braybrooke:
-, Reg., rector of Cherry Hinton,
-, Rob., rector of Cherry Hinton,

bread, see assize of bread and ale

bread weighers,

Bream, Giles,

Bregg:
-, Joan, w. of Wm., see Bassingbourn
-, Wm.,

Brewes:
-, Mary de, m. Thos. of Brotherton, earl of Norfolk,
-, Thos.,

brewing and breweries,

Brian, Everard s. of, see Everard

brick and tile making, pl.
-,

Bridge:
-, Berwick, vicar of Cherry Hinton,
-, Wm., rector of Teversham,

Bridgeman, fam.,

Bridgewater, duke of, see Egerton, Francis

Bridport, M. Giles of,

Brigham:
-, John of (d. by 1302),
-, John of (d. 1358),

Brighton (Suss.), visitors,

Brightwell (Suff.),

Brightwell Baldwin (Oxon.):
-, resident,

Brigittine nuns,

Brinkley (Cambs.),
-, bldg. from,
-, land in,

Bristol, merchants of,

B.B.C. (British Broadcasting Corp.),

British Legion,

British Portland Cement Co.,

British Racing Sch.,

British schools, see schools

Brittany:
-, counts of, and see Alan; Conan; Peter; Stephen
-, nobles from,

Broad Green, in Cheveley, q.v.

Brockett:
-, Dorothy, w. of John (d. c. 1525), see Hughson
-, John (d. c. 1525),
-, Sir John (d. 1558),

Brocklebank, John, rector of Teversham and Willingham,

Brocklehurst, Lt.-Col.,

Broughton:
-, A. H. G., Ld. Fairhaven,
-, (Maj.) Hen. Rog., later Ld. Fairhaven,
-, Urban,
-, Urban Huttleston R., Ld. Fairhaven,

Brown (Browne):
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1506),
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1548),
-, Ant., vct. Montagu (d. 1592),
-, Lucy, w. of Sir Ant. (d. 1506), see Neville
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. Wybrow,

Broyer, fam.,

Brun, Wm. le,

Brundell, Rob.,

Bruyn:
-, Joan, w. of Ric., see Rickhill
-, Ric.,

Bryant, Oliver, rector of Kennett,

Buckingham, earls of, see Giffard, Wal.

Buckinghamshire, see Eton; Milton Keynes; Nutley

Buckler:
-, Chas. Aubyn,
-, John Chesse,

Budd, Ric., master of Wingfield coll. (Suff.), rector of Lt. Wilbraham,

builders and building trades,

Bullen:
-, John, rector of Kennett,
-, Thos., rector of Kennett,

Buller:
-, Francis (d. 1678-9),
-, Francis (d. 1682),
-, Jas.,
-, John (d. 1716),
-, John (d. 1793),
-, John (d. 1800),
-, John Francis,
-, Kath., w. of Francis (d. 1682), see Rushout
-, Mary, w. of Francis (d. 1678-9), see Maynard
-, fam.,

bullimong,

Bullock, Wm. Hen., see Hall

Bullough, Sir Geo., Bt.,

Bunbury, fam., Bts.,

Bunt, fam.,

Burdoun:
-, Isabel, w. of John,
-, John,

Bures:
-, And. de,
-, Cecily, w. of And. de, see Chamberlain

Burgate (Suff.):
-, adv.,
-, ch.,

Burgh:
-, Cath., w. of Sir John (d. c. 1392-3),
-, Eliz. de (d. 1363), m. Lionel, duke of Clarence,
-, Eliz. de (d. 1377), ctss. of Ulster, see Clare
-, Eliz. (d. 1424), m. Sir John Ingoldisthorpe,
-, Hubert de, earl of Kent,
-, his w., see Margaret
-, John de (d. 1274),
-, Sir John (d. c. 1302-3),
-, John (d. 1332),
-, Phil. de (d. by 1225),
-, Phil. de (another, d. c. 1230), n
-, Phil. de (d. 1285),
-, Thos. de (d. 1199),
-, Thos. de (d. 1234),
-, Thos. de (d. 1284),
-, Thos. de (d. 1322),
-, Sir Thos. de (d. 1334),
-, Thos. (d. 1411),
-, fam., earls of Ulster, arms,
-, fam., of Burrough Green,
-, arms,

Burgh Hall man., see Swaffham Bulbeck

Burgoyne:
-, Grace, m. Thos. Peyton (d. 1416),
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Burn, Wm.,

Burnell:
-, Hugh, Ld. Burnell,
-, Joyce, w. of Hugh, see Botetourt
-, Maud, m. John Haudlo,
-, Sir Phil.,
-, Rob., bp. of Bath and Wells,

Burrell:
-, Peter Rob. (later Drummond Willoughby), Ld. Willoughby de Eresby,
-, Priscilla, Lady Willoughby de Eresby,

Burrough Green:
-, chant.,
-, man.,
-, rector, see Knight, Sam.
-, rectory,

Burton, John of,

Burwell:
-, Guy of,
-, John of (fl. 1135),
-, John (fl. 1346-50),

Burwell (Cambs.),
-, adv.,
-, St. And.'s,
-, St. Mary's,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,

Burwell Fen Drainage Commission,

Burwell Lode,
-, cas.,
-, Causeway,
-, cemetery,
-, chap.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, St. And.'s,
-, St. Mary's, pl.
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, pl.
-, drainage,
-, droveways (fen),
-, Dullinghams man.,
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, fires,
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, fortification, see Burwell: cas.
-, guildhall,
-, guilds,
-, heaths,
-, High Town,
-, hotel,
-, housing estates,
-, hythe,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, of common fields,
-, ind., pl.
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mkts.,
-, merchant,
-, mills,
-, mission ch.,
-, Monks Lode, see Burwell: New River
-, museum,
-, Newnham in,
-, New River,
-, nonconf., pl.
-, North Street, pl.
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, poor relief,
-, poor's fen,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, racing activities,
-, rly.,
-, station,
-, Ramseys man.,
-, reading room,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors of St. Mary's,
-, rectory:
-, St. And.'s,
-, ho.,
-, St. Mary's,
-, ho., pl.
-, man.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, St. Omers man.,
-, sch.,
-, sewage works,
-, shops,
-, sports centre,
-, Staploe in,
-, streams,
-, streets, and see Burwell: High Town; North Street
-, Tiptofts man.,
-, tithes,
-, town ho.,
-, town lands,
-, trade,
-, Trinity ch.,
-, vestry,
-, wharves,
-, vicarage of St. Mary's,
-, ho.,
-, vicars of St. Mary's,
-, village coll.,
-, village green,
-, village hall,
-, Weirs, the,
-, white brick,
-, workho.,

Burwell Bus Co.,

Bury St. Edmunds (Suff.),
-, abbey,
-, bell founding,
-, bus to,
-, carriage to,
-, craftsmen,
-, distance from,
-, ind.,
-, Moyses Hall mus., n
-, nonc.,
-, rly. to,
-, residents,
-, roads to,
-, trade with,

Busby, Humph., vicar of Fulbourn All Sts.,

bus services, and see Burwell Bus Co.; Cambus; Eastern Counties; Ortona

Bussy, Sir John,

Bustard, Wal.,

Butcher, H. A.,

Bute:
-, marchioness of, see North, Maria
-, marquess of, see Crichton-Stuart

Butler:
-, Edm. le,
-, Heaton, designer,
-, fam., earls of Ormond, see Ormond

butler, Peter the, see Peter

butter,

Buttle, Wm., rector of Cheveley,

Butts:
-, Eyton, rector of Snailwell,
-, Mary, w. of -,
-, Rob., bp. of Ely,
-, Wm., rector of Lt. Wilbraham,

Bye, Wm.,

Byron:
-, Augusta, m. Col. Geo. Leigh,
-, Geo. Gordon, Ld. Byron, poet,

Bytham (Lincs.):
-, ld.,

cabbages,

cabinet making,

Cade, Droard s. of, see Droard

Caen (Calvados, France):
-, St. Stephen's abbey,

Cage:
-, Ant. (d. 1603),
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1668),
-, Dorothy, w. of Ant. (d. 1603), see Rudston
-, Sir John (d. 1628),
-, John (d. c. 1700),
-, Seckford,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Caius College, Camb., see Gonville and Caius

Calamy, Edm., vicar of Swaffham Prior St. Mary's,

Calvinists,

Cam, river,
-, as bdry.,
-, Conservators,
-, ferries,
-, locks on,
-, navigation on,
-, water sports, and see boating; rowing

Cambridge:
-, John of (fl. 1327),
-, (or Warbleton), John (fl. 1434),
-, Thos. of,
-, (or Warbleton), Wm.,

Cambridge,
-, Addenbrooke's hosp.,
-, Austin canons, see Barnwell
-, boro., later city,
-, alderman,
-, bailiff,
-, bdry.,
-, cemetery (in Fen Ditton),
-, council,
-, estates,
-, housing,
-, mayor,
-, parks dept.,
-, wards,
-, waste depot,
-, buses to,
-, carriage to,
-, castle,
-, Chesterton Ho. in,
-, ch.,
-, Gt. St. Mary's,
-, clergy,
-, Evangelical,
-, commuting to and from,
-, Corpus Christi guild,
-, distance from,
-, expansion of,
-, fire brigade,
-, garage and car hire,
-, hosp. of St. John,
-, brethren,
-, masters, and see Adam
-, hotels,
-, ind. or work, to or from,and see Cambridge, professions and tradesmen
-, M.P.s, see Cotton, Sir John (d. 1752); Hicks, Edw.; Russell, Gerard
-, nonconf., and see Cambridge: Presbyterian classis
-, Northern Bypass,
-, persons from,
-, Presbyterian classis (association),
-, priory of St. Radegund,
-, professions:
-, architects,
-, bankers,
-, lawyers,
-, rly., and see railway lines
-, rly. station,
-, residents, and see Cambridge: professions and trades
-, roads to,and see turnpike roads
-, sales at,
-, sch.,
-, Stourbridge fair,
-, suburbs, see Cambridge: expansion
-, tradesmen,
-, trams,
-, university, see Cambridge university
-, water supply, see Cambridge Univesity and Town Waterworks Co.
-, work, see Cambridge: ind. or work

Cambridge airport (in Cherry Hinton and Teversham),

Cambridge Chamber of Commerce,

Cambridge folk festival,

Cambridge Folk Mus.,

Cambridge Higher Grade (later Central Grammar) School,

Cambridge Independent Press,

Cambridge Preservation Soc.,

Cambridge Scientific Instruments (co.),

Cambridge Steam Laundry Co.,

Cambridge university,
-, boat races,
-, chancellor, see Holbrooke
-, colleges,
-, bldgs.,
-, estates,
-, fellows,
-, as incumbents and curates,
-, heads,
-, and see Cavendish; Christ's; Corpus Christi; Downing; Gonville and Caius; Jesus; King's; King's Hall; Magdalene; Pembroke; Peterhouse; Queens'; St. Catharine's; St. John's; Trinity; Trinity Hall
-, commissary, see Greaves
-, Fitzwilliam Mus.,
-, graduates,
-, Mus. of Archaeology,
-, patronage,
-, professor,
-, property,
-, sporting clubs, see Upware: 'Republic'
-, undergraduates,
-, vice-chancellor,

Cambridge University and Town Waterworks Co.,

Cambridge Venue Group, and the 'Junction',

Cambridge Village Preachers Assoc., and see Baptists

Cambridgeshire,
-, benefices in,
-, bdry.,
-, county council, see Cambridgeshire county council
-, county ct.,
-, local sessions,
-, escheators,
-, gaol, chaplain to,
-, justices of the peace,and see Ansty, John (d. 1455); Ansty, John (d. 1460); Ansty, John (d. 1479); Lee, Wm. (fl. 1440s); Peyton, Rob. (d. 1590)
-, sessions of,
-, lord lieutenants, and see North, Edw.; Townley, Chas. Watson
-, M.P.s, see Ansty, John (d. 1455); Ansty, John (d. 1460); Ansty, John (d. 1460); Ansty, John (d. 1479); Ball, Edw. (d. 1865); Clark, Sir. Rob. (d. 1746); Cotton, Sir John (d. 1752); Cotton, Sir John (d. 1795); Jenyns, Soame; Merest, Jas. Drage; Peyton, Sir John (d. 1616); Peyton, Sir Rob. (d. 1518); Peyton, Rob. (d. 1590); Russell, Edw. (d. 1727); Russell, Sir Francis (d. 1664); Shardelowe, Sir Thos.; Shepherd, Sam.; Townley, Ric. Greaves; Tyndall, John
-, resident,
-, sheriffs, and see Ansty, John (d. 1455); Ansty, John (d. 1460); Ansty, John (d. 1479); Bassingbourn, Sir Mat. of; Lee, Wm. (fl. 1440s); Newport, And.; Ordgar; Panton, Thos. (d. 1808); Willys, Sir Thos. (d. 1701)
-, sheriff's tourn,
-, under-sheriff,

Cambridgeshire county council,
-, chairman,
-, estates, and see Cambridgeshire county council: smallholdings
-, planning,
-, schs. managed by, as L.E.A.,
-, smallholdings,

Cambridgeshire and Isle of Ely Naturalists' Trust,

Cambridgeshire Harriers,

Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust,

Cambridgeshire Motors (co.),

Cambus, bus. co.,

Camoys:
-, John de,
-, Ralph de (d. 1259),
-, Ralph de (d. 1277),
-, Steph. de,

camp meetings, and see Methodists, Primitive

camping, see football

Campion, Dr. W. M.,

Camps, Castle:
-, man.,
-, rectory,

Canada, person from,

Canberra aircraft,

Cane, Jas., see James, Cane

Canham:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Canterbury, abps of.,and see Bancroft; Bourchier, Thos.; Herring, Thos.; Lanfranc; Oda; Pecham; Stigand; Theobald; Walter, Hubert; Whitgift

Cantlow, W. W.,

Capel (Capell):
-, Chris. (d. 1846),
-, Chris. (d. 1864),
-, Sir Giles,
-, Sir Wm.,

Capeles:
-, Agatha, w. of Geof. de,
-, Alice de,
-, Aubrey de (fl. 1130-50),
-, Aubrey de (fl. 1195),
-, Aubrey de (d. 1306),
-, Geof. de,
-, Hugh de,
-, John de,
-, Maud de,
-, Wal. de (fl. c. 1208),
-, Wal. de (? another, fl. 1233),
-, fam.,

Capital and Counties Bank,

car ownership,

car scrapyard,

caravan building,

caravan sites and parks,
-, for gipsies,

Carbrooke (Norf.),
-, preceptory,

Cardiff,

Cardinal College (later Christ Church), Oxford,

Cardington (Beds.):
-, ld.,

Carency, Ilbert de,

Careway, John, rector of Fulbourn St. Vigor's,

Carey:
-, Cath., m. (Sir) Francis Knollys,
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, w. of Hen., see Boleyn

Carleton:
-, Anne, w. of Sir John (d. 1637), see Cotton
-, Geo. (d. 1549),
-, Geo. (fl. 1552),
-, John (fl. 1552),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1637),
-, Joyce, w. of John (fl. 1552),

Carpenter:
-, Alice, w. of Geo., see Margetson
-, Geo.,

carrots,

Carrow:
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Carter:
-, Alfred,
-, Thos.,
-, fam., quarrymen,

Casborne (Casbourne), fam.,

Casey, Edmond, rector of Ashley,

Cassel:
-, Amelia Maud, m. W. W. Ashley, Ld. Mount Temple,
-, Sir Ernest, financier,

Castile, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

Castle Acre (Norf.), honor of,

Castle Camps, see Camps

Castle Combe, see Combe

Castle Martin (Pembs.), John of,

castles, see Burwell; Cambridge; Cheveley; Hedingham; Kirtling

Catchpole, Ezekiel, rector of Ashley,

Catelyn (Catlyn):
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Catherine of Braganza, queen of Charles II,

cattle breeders,

cattle, breeds of, see Ayrshire; Durham Shorthorn; Hereford; Jersey; Scottish; Shorthorn; Suffolk; Welsh

cattle dealers,

cattle plague (of 1866-7),

Catuvellauni (British tribe),

Caudwell, Thos.,

Cavendish College, Cambridge:
-, chap.,
-, hostel,

Cawthorne, Eliz.,

celery,

cement making,

cemeteries, see Burwell; Cambridge: borough; Fulbourn; Isleham; Soham; Stow cum Quy; Swaffham Bulbeck; Wicken

Cenwold the priest,

chalkpits, see quarries

Chamber, John of the, rector of Burwell St. Mary's,

'Chamber', Thomas 'of the', see Thomas

Chamberlain:
-, Cath., m. 1 - Hemesi, 2 Wm. Phelip (d. by 1405),
-, Cecily, m. And. de Bures,
-, Denise, w. of Wm. (d. 1351),
-, Edm.,
-, John (d. by 1294),
-, John (d. 1310),
-, Jordan,
-, Marg., w. of Ric. (d. 1396),
-, Martin the (fl. 1232-5),
-, Martin (d. after 1327),
-, Millicent, w. of Jordan,
-, Ric. (d. 1396),
-, Ric. (d. 1439),
-, Ric. (s. of last, d. 1439),
-, Ric. (d. 1496),
-, Wm. (d. 1351),
-, Wm. (d. 1470),
-, fam., of Swaffham Bulbeck,

chamberlain:
-, Eudes the, see Eudes
-, Geo. s. of Rob. the, see George
-, Nigel s. of Rob. the, see Nigel
-, Ric. the, see Richard
-, Rob. the see Robert

Chamberlains man., see Wilbraham, Lt.

Chambers:
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Sam.,
-, Sarah,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Chamossaire (stallion), statue of,

chantries, see Bottisham; Burwell; Cherry Hinton; Fordham; Fulbourn; Isleham; Kirtling; Soham; Stow cum Quy; Wilbraham, Lt.

chapels, dissenting, see under parishes,s.v. nonconf.

chapels and oratories, manorial,

Chaplin:
-, H. F.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Chapman, Henrietta, w. of John,

Charlecote (Warws.):
-, ld.,

Charles I,
-, attorney general, see Heath, Sir Rob.

Charles II,
-, arms,
-, Life Guards,

Chater, Josiah,

Chatteris abbey (I. Ely):
-, estates,

Chatteris Abbey (ho.) (I. Ely),

Chaworth, Thos.,

cheese,

Cheesewright:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. 1521),
-, Wm. (fl. 1560),
-, fam.,

Cheke, Sir John,

chemical works, see agrochemicals; bio-chemicals; fertilizer

chemist's shops,

Chenery:
-, John (d. 1535), and his son John,
-, John (fl. 1645-74),
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah,
-, Wm. (fl. 1674),
-, Wm. (another, d. 1697),

cherries,

Cherry Hinton,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, airfield, and see Cambridge airport
-, almsho.,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, cattle mkt.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, Cherry Hinton Hall,
-, gdns.,
-, lodge,
-, Church End,
-, ch.,
-, and see Cherry Hinton, eccl. par.
-, church hall,
-, clubs and societies,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, commons,
-, crafts and trades,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, eccl. par. (new):
-, St. James's,
-, St. John's,
-, ch.,
-, St. Martin's,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, fortification,
-, housing estates,
-, inc.,
-, ind., pl.
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, Limekiln Hill,
-, Malletts man.,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, Mill End,
-, mills,
-, New Cherry Hinton,
-, sch.,
-, Netherhall man.,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, station,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, man.,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, science pk.,
-, sewers,
-, shops,
-, shopping centre,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, suburban growth,
-, tithes,
-, Upperhall man.,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village (later Paddy O'Reilly) centre,
-, village hall,

Chertsey (Surr.):
-, resident,

Cheshire, see Plemonstall

Chester, Sir Rob.,

Chesterford, Gt. (Essex), road to, and see railway lines; turnpike roads

Chesterton (Cambs.):
-, ind.,

Chesterton poor-law union,

Chesterton rural district,

Chetwynd, Sir Geo.,

Cheveley:
-, Luke,
-, fam.,

Cheveley (Cambs.),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, Banstead Manor (ho.),
-, Bansteads man.,
-, bdry.,
-, Broad Green,
-, cas.,
-, char.,
-, Cheveley Park (ho.),
-, estate,
-, gdn.,
-, pk.,
-, stud,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, heaths,
-, housing estates,
-, inc.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, Little Green in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, pop.,
-, racing activities,
-, rectors, and see Bennett, Jas. Thos.; Hand, Jas. Thos.; Floyd, Hugh
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, suburban growth,
-, tithes,
-, village greens,
-, Warren Tower,
-, woodland,
-, and see King's Chair

Cheveley hund.,
-, bailiff,
-, bdry.,
-, ct.,

Cheyney:
-, Cath., w. of Hen.,
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Vaux, Ld. Vaux (d. 1556),
-, Hen.,
-, Sir John,
-, Lawr. (d. 1461),
-, Lawr. (fl. 1512),
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1399),
-, Wm. (fl. 1490s),

Chicheley:
-, Isabel, w. of Sir John (d. by 1699),
-, Sir John (d. by 1699),
-, John (fl. 1710-18),
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam.,

Chichester:
-, Eliz. Julia, w. of Hen. Fitzwarine, see Severne
-, (Ld.) Hen. Fitzwarine,

Chicksands priory (Beds.), estates,

Chifney:
-, Sam.,
-, Wm.,

Child:
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1684),
-, John (d. 1672),
-, John (d. 1684),
-, Sarah, w. of John (d. 1672), see Lawrence

Childerley:
-, lds.,

china selling,

Chippenham (Cambs.),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, Badlingham, q.v.
-, bdry.,
-, Brend grange,
-, char.,
-, Chippenham Hall or Park (ho.),
-, fig.
-, gdns.,
-, stables,
-, Chippenham Park estate,
-, ch.,
-, church ho.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, commons,
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, farms,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, fires,
-, flooding,
-, guildhall,
-, guilds,
-, heaths,
-, Hale man.,
-, hosp. (at Hall),
-, housing estates,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, of common fields,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, pk.,
-, fig.
-, gateway, pl.
-, lodges,
-, poor relief,
-, poor's fen,
-, pop.,
-, preceptory,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, racing activities,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, resident,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, streams,
-, streets, fig. pl.
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars, and see Archer,
-, Isaac; Tharp, Augustus
-, village hall,
-, Walden man.,
-, woodland,

Chishall, Gt. (Cambs., formerly Herts.):
-, resident,

Chivers jam factory, Histon (Cambs.),

cholera,

Cholmeley:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Ric., m. Sir Wm. Gascoigne,
-, Frances, m. Sir Thos. Russell (d. 1572),
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Sir Rog.,

Cholmondeley:
-, Ruth Clarisse Mary, w. of Thos. P. H., see Ashley
-, Thos. P. H., Ld. Delemere,

Chrishall (Essex),

Christian Brethren,

Christ's College, Camb.,
-, estates,

Church Building Soc.,

church choirs,

Church Commissioners,

Church of England Temperance Soc. (C.E.T.S.),

Church Patronage Soc.,

church rates,

church wind band,

Churchill:
-, Henrietta, dchss. of Marlborough, m. Francis Godolphin, earl of Godolphin,
-, Ld. Randolph,
-, Sarah, dchss. of Marlborough,

cinemas,

circus,

Cistercian monks,

Clare:
-, Eliz. de, m. Wm. de Burgh, earl of Ulster,
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester and Hertford (d. 1230),
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester (d. 1296), his sisters,
-, Gilb. de, earl of Gloucester (d. 1314),
-, Joan, w. of Gilb. de (d. 1296),
-, Marg. de, m. Hugh de Audley, earl of Gloucester,
-, Maud, w. of Ric. de (d. 1262),
-, Ric. de (fl. 1175-92),
-, Ric. de, earl of Hertford (d. 1217),
-, Ric. de, earl of Gloucester (d. 1262),
-, fam., earl of Gloucester and Hertford,
-, arms,

Clare (Suff.),
-, honor of,

Clarence, duke of, see George; Lionel

Clark (Clarke):
-, Alfred,
-, Sir Arthur, Bt.,
-, Benj.,
-, Cath., w. of Jas. Geo.,
-, Revd. Jas. Geo.,
-, John,
-, Maj. L. S. M.,
-, Sir Rob., Bt. (d. 1746),
-, Rob. (fl. 1757-8),
-, Sir Sam., Bt. (d. 1719),
-, Sir Sam., Bt. (d. 1758),
-, Timothy C.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1660s), n
-, fam., Bts., of Snailwell,
-, fam., millers, of Soham,
-, fam., of Isleham,

Clark & Butcher, millers,

Claude Lorraine, paintings by,

Clayhithe, in Horningsea, q.v.

Clayhithe Bridge Co.,

Clayton, Ric., vicar of Gt. Wilbraham,

Clayton & Bell, designers,

Clench:
-, Joan, w. of Rob., see Webb
-, John,
-, Mary (d. 1736), m. Watson Powell,
-, Mary (d. c. 1741), w. of John,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Clerbek, fam.,

Clere, Eliz., m. Sir Rob. Peyton (d. 1518),

clerk, Rob. the, see Vitré, Rob. de, or the clerk

clerks, king's and queen's, as incumbents,

Clermont, Ld., see Fortescue

Cleveland, duke of, see Vane

Clinton, Wm., earl of Huntingdon,

Clipper, Revd. Tom,

Cloete, Wm. Brodrick,

Clopton:
-, Ralph of,
-, Wal.,

clothiers,

clothing clubs,

Clover, John,

clover,

clunch digging and pits, see quarries

Cluniac monks,

Cnut, King,

coach building,

coach service,

coal trade and merchants,

Cockshott, J. W., vicar of Burwell,

Coggeshall:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Joan, w. of Sir Hen., see Well
-, Sir Wm., and his dau.,

Coke:
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, John (d. 1661),
-, John (d. 1671),
-, Sir Rob, (d. c. 1652), n
-, Rob. (d. c. 1675),
-, and see Cook

Colchester, G. H.,

Colchester & Bell, fertilizer mfrs,

Colchester (Essex), archdeacon of, see Lovell, Fulk

Cole, Wm., antiquary,

Colebrook, R. E., vicar of Kirtling,

coleseed,

collar maker,

Collett, fam.,

Collier:
-, Jeremy, author,
-, Sarah, m. Chas. Allix (d. 1794),
-, Wm., vicar of Swaffham Prior,

Collin:
-, Edw.,
-, fam.,

Cologne (Germany), abp. of, see Adolf

Colville:
-, Alice de, m. John Gernon (fl. 1334),
-, Alice, w. of Sir John (d. 1394), see Lisle
-, Sir John (d. 1394),
-, Sir John (fl. 1397),
-, Marg., w. of Wal. de, see Bassingbourn
-, Rob. de (d. 1368),
-, Rob. de (d. 1369),
-, Wal. de,
-, fam., of Bytham (Lincs.),
-, arms,

Combe, Castle (Wilts.):
-, ld.,

Common Pleas, ct. of:
-, chief justices, see Heath, Sir Rob.; Thorpe
-, justices, see Beckingham; Hinde, Sir John; Lovetot, Sir John (d. 1295); Paston, Wm. (d. 1444); Prisot; Shardelowe, Sir John (d. 1344)

common, rights of, and stints,
-, intercommoning,

commons, trespass on,

Compton Durville (Som.):
-, ld.,

computer design and assembly,

Comyn, Eupheme, m. John Walkefare (d. 1345),

Conan, count of Brittany, ld. of Richmond,

concerts,

Concorde airliners,

Congregationalists, and see Independents

Coningsby:
-, Blanche, m. Sir Wm. Wendy,
-, Rog. (d. 1707),
-, Rog. (d. after 1733),
-, Thos. (d. 1652),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1679),

Constance, dau. of Alan, earl of Richmond (d. 1146), m. Alan, vct. of Rohan (fl. 1150),

Cook:
-, Ric. (d. 1704), vicar of Cherry Hinton,
-, Ric. (fl. 1850),
-, Sam.,
-, Thos.
-, Sjt. Wm. (d. 1553),
-, Wm. (fl. 1592),
-, fam., printers, and see Coke

Cooper:
-, Sir Dan., Bt.,
-, Hen., see Fisher
-, Wm.,

Co-operative Society shops, and see Newmarket Co-operative Soc.

coopering,

Coote:
-, Eyre,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

coppicing,

coprolite digging,

Corby:
-, Isabel, m. Wm. Eynsham,
-, Joan, w. of Rob. (d. 1365),
-, Rob. (d. 1365),
-, Rob. (fl. 1377),
-, fam.,

Cordell, Joan, m. Ric. Alington,

corn merchants and trade,

Cornwall, see Morval; Shillingham

Corpus Christi College, Camb.,
-, bldgs.,
-, chap.,
-, estates,
-, fellow,
-, masters, see Duport; Moptyd; Walsall
-, patronage,

Cory, J. A.,

cottages, unlawful, and see waste, encroachments on

Cottenham,
-, nonconf.,

Cotton:
-, Alex.,
-, Alice, w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1499),
-, Alice, w. of Wal.,
-, Anne, w. of Sir John (d. 1620), m. Sir John Carleton (d. 1637),
-, Adm. Sir Chas., Bt.,
-, John (fl. 1520),
-, John (another, fl. 1560),
-, Sir John (d. 1593),
-, Sir John (d. 1620),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1689),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1752),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1793),
-, Lee,
-, Leonard, rector of Cheveley,
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Sir St. Vincent, Bt.,
-, Thos. (d. by 1436),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1499),
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., of Landwade,
-, mon., pl.

council housing, and see old people's homes

court, suit of,

Courtenay:
-, Eliz. (d. 1375), w. of Hugh de, see Vere
-, Eliz. (d. 1395), m. John de Vere (d. 1350), Sir And. Luttrell,
-, Hugh de,

courts, manorial, pleas and procedures, see assault; bloodshed; debt; hamsocn; hue and cry; tithing; trespass; wager of law

Coventry (Warws.):
-, char.,
-, city,

Cowlinge (Suff.),
-, fair,
-, land in,

Cox:
-, F. H., rector of Fen Ditton,
-, Ric., bp. of Ely,

Crabb:
-, Moses,
-, fam.,

crafts and trades, less common, see barbers; basket mkg.; boat bldg.; builders; cabinet mkr.; chimneysweeps; collar mkr; coopering; dress mkg.; fishing; glaziers; glovers; gunmakers; harness mkrs.; leather goods; painting; photographers; piano mkg.; plumbers; potting; soap; stonemasons; watch mkg.; weaving; wheelwrights; and see industry; trades, distributive

Craister, John, fellow of Trinity Coll., Camb.,

Cramond, Ld., see Richardson, Thos.

Crawley:
-, Dorothy Anne, w. of D. A., see Bacon
-, D. A.,

Creke:
-, Thos. (fl, 1612),
-, Thos. (d. 1656),
-, Thos. (d. after 1670),

Crendon Park abbey, see Nutley

Cressener, Drew, vicar of Soham,

Cressi, Wm. de,

Crèvecoeur, Rob. de,

Crichton-Stuart, John, marquess of Bute,
-, his w., see North, Maria (d. 1847)

cricket,

Criketot:
-, Wm. de (d. 1269),
-, Wm. de (d. 1299),

Crockford, Wm.,

Crockfords (racing business),

Cromwell:
-, Eliz., w. of Hen. (d. 1674), see Russell
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Russell (d. 1701),
-, Frances, m. Sir John Russell (d. 1670),
-, Hen. (d. 1674),
-, Hen. (d. after 1692),
-, (or Williams), Jas.,
-, Oliver, Ld. Protector,
-, (or Williams), Sir Ric.,
-, Thos., earl of Essex,
-, (or Williams), Wal.,

Cropley:
-, Edw.,
-, Edw. Hatch,
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1676),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. c. 1713),
-, Wm. Hatch,
-, fam., later Bts.,

Cropley pk., see Lidgate

crops, rotation of, and number of common fields, and see four-course rotation

crops and produce, selected and less common, see asparagus; bullimong; butter; cabbages; celery; cheese; clover; coleseeed; dredge; flower growing; hemp; hops; mangolds; marl; maslin; mustard; osiers; peat; potatoes; rape; reed; roots; rye; saffron; sainfoin; sedge; sugar beet; turnips; vegetables; vines; willows

crosses, market, see Wicken

Crosland, Theodore, vicar of Bottisham, vice-master of Trinity Coll., Camb.,

Cross, H. L.,

Crown estate (retained after 1560s),
-, patronage,

Croydon, Sir Hugh of,

Cryoil (Kyriel):
-, Sir Bertram de,
-, John de,
-, Margery (d. c. 1285), w. of Nic. (d. 1272),
-, Margery (d. 1317), w. of Nic. (d. 1303),
-, Nic. de (d. 1272),
-, Nic. de (d. 1303),
-, Nic. de (d. c. 1326),

cucking stool,

Cuddon, Jas.,

Cullen:
-, Mary, w. of Sir Rushout, see Maynard
-, Sir Rushout, Bt.,

Culy, David,

Cunningham-Reid:
-, Capt. Alan S.,
-, Noel R.,
-, Ruth Mary Clarisse, w. of Alan S., see Ashley

customs, see folklore, for cross references

customs and services, see Borough English; court, suit of; 'fulsting punt'; food farms; heriots; 'lytyng silver'; holm silver; leyrwite; maltsilver; 'scheld silver'; tallage; tenure by serjeanty; turf silver; wardpenny; ward silver; widows' tenure; wine silver; works, tenants'

Cutlack, fam., brewers,

Cutts:
-, Sir John,
-, fam.,

cycle making, and see motor cycle scrambles

Dacre, Ld., see Brand

dairying and milking cattle, and see butter; cheese

Dalham (Suff.),
-, Dalham Hall in,
-, and see Wulfstan

Dalton:
-, Dorothy, w. of Tyrell (d. 1730),
-, Eliz.,
-, Mic. (d. 1648),
-, Mic. (d. 1653),
-, Susan, w. of Mic. (d. 1653), see Tyrell
-, Thos.,
-, Tyrell (d. 1682),
-, Tyrell (d. 1730),
-, his sis.,
-, fam.,

Damme, Isabel,

dancing,

Danelaw, the,

Danes of East Anglia,
-, as landowners,

Danish Bacon Co.,

Darby, Thos.,

Darwin, Chas., evolutionist,

Daston:
-, Kath., m. Wm. Affleck,
-, Ric. (d. 1711),
-, (or Day), Ric. (fl. 1730),

Davers:
-, Sir Jermyn, Bt.,
-, Sir Rob., Bt., n

Dawson, Geo.,

Day, Ric., see Daston

de la Mare, see Mare, de la

De la Rue:
-, Herb.,
-, fam., printers,

deacon, Godric the, see Godric

Death, Wm.,

debt, pleas of,

deer farming,

Delamere, Thos.,

Delemere:
-, Lady, see Ashley, Ruth
-, Ld., see Cholmondeley

demesnes, manorial, leasing of:

Dengaine, see Engaine

Dengaines man., see Stow cum Quy; Teversham

Denne:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Dennington (Suff.): ld.,

Dennis:
-, Thos.,
-, Thos. Martin,
-, fam.,

Denny abbey, see Waterbeach

Denny preceptory, see Waterbeach

Denston Hall (Suff.),

Denver (Norf.):
-, ld.,
-, sluice at,

depopulation, see settlement

Derby, earls of, see Henry IV; Stanley

Deresley (Derisley):
-, Alan of, n,
-, John of (fl. 1246),
-, John of (fl. 1280-1303),
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Derisley, in Woodditton, q.v.

Despenser:
-, Hugh (d. 1265), justiciar,
-, Hugh, earl of Winchester (d. 1326),

Devil's Ditch,
-, as bdry.,

Devizes castle (Wilts.),

Devon, resident, and see Nympton

Diddington (Hunts.):
-, ld.,

Dillington (Hunts.), land in,

Dinan[t]-Bécherel:
-, Alan de,
-, Emma de, m. Rob. de Vitré,
-, Gervaise de, m. Ric. Marshal, earl of Pembroke,
-, Roland de,

diphtheria,

Ditton Camoys man., see Woodditton

Ditton, Fen,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, Biggen Abbey (ho.),
-, bdry.,
-, cemetery, see Cambridge: borough, cemetery
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, church hall,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, farms,
-, Fen Ditton and Horningsea man.,
-, Fen Ditton Fields estate,
-, Fen Ditton Hall, pl.
-, fens,
-, ferry,
-, fields,
-, Green End,
-, guildhall,
-, housing estates,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, of common fields,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, man,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, Mochettes man.,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, paper mill,
-, par. council,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho., pl.
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, sports pavilion,
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, town ho.,
-, wharf,
-, workho.,

Ditton Green, in Woodditton, q.v.

Ditton, Lt., in Woodditton, q.v.

Ditton Valence man., see Woodditton

Diver:
-, E. W.,
-, John,
-, fam., builders,

Dixon:
-, Joan, m. Sam. Amey Severne,
-, Revd. Dr. Ric. Sam.,

Dobede:
-, Hen. Fred.,
-, John (d. 1815),
-, John (d. 1827),
-, John (d. 1875),
-, fam.,
-, estate,

Dobito, Geo.,

doctors and surgeons,

Docwra:
-, Anne, w. of Jas. (d. 1672),
-, Humph.,
-, Jas. (d. 1652),
-, Jas. (d. 1672),
-, Periam,
-, Ralph,
-, Thos. (d. 1602),
-, Thos. (d. 1621),
-, Thos. (d. after 1693),
-, fam.,

Doggett, fam.,

Doisnel:
-, Gillian, m. Wm. fitz Aldelin,
-, Rob.,

Dorchester (Oxon.):
-, bp. of, see Aethelric
-, dioc.,

Doughty, Geo.,

Dounton, Thos.,

dovecots,

Dowale, Wm., vicar of Silverley,

Dowman, fam.,

Down (Downe):
-, Marg., w. of Rob., see Neville
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. de la,

Downham (I. Ely), land in,

Downing:
-, Sir Geo., Bt. (d. 1684),
-, Sir Geo., Bt. (d. 1717),
-, Sir Geo., Bt. (d. 1749),
-, Sir Jacob Garrard, Bt.,
-, Marg., w. of Sir Jacob Garrard, m. Geo. Bowyer,
-, fam.,

Downing College, Camb.,
-, estates,

Dowsing, Wm., iconoclast,

Doyle, see North, J. S.

Drage:
-, John,
-, fam.,

dramatic societies, and see plays (theatre)

Draper, John,

Drayton, Dry:
-, ld.,
-, resident,

dredge,
-, dress making,

Droard son of Cade,

Drury:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Dry Drayton, see Drayton

Dryden, C. B.,

dual carriageways, see motorways

Dubai (Gulf sheikhdom), prince of, see Mohammed

Duchy man., see Fordham; Soham

Duke, Lewis,

Duke of Grafton's hunt,

Duke's Course,

Dullingham, John,

Dullingham:
-, ch.,
-, Lower Hare Pk. in,
-, man.,
-, rly. station,
-, road to,
-, vicarage,

Dunmow:
-, Gilb. of (fl. 1180-1208),
-, Gilb. of (fl. c. 1300),
-, Warin of,
-, Wm. of (d. by 1260),
-, Wm. of (d. c. 1313), rector of Fulbourn St. Vigor's,

Dunmow, Gt. (Essex),

Dunmows man., see Fulbourn

Dunn:
-, Salisbury (d. 1803),
-, Salisbury (d. 1823),
-, Salisbury (d. after 1837),
-, fam.,

Dunn Gardner:
-, Algernon Chas. Wyndham,
-, Angelina, w. of Wm. (d. 1879),
-, Cyril,
-, Jane, w. of Wm. (d. 1831),
-, John (né Margetts, next Townshend),
-, Miriam, m. H. C. Leader,
-, Sarah, m. 1 Geo. Ferrers Townshend, marquess Townshend,
-, John Margetts,
-, Wm. (d. 1831),
-, Wm. (né Margetts, next Townshend) (d. 1879),
-, fam., and see Gardner

Dunstanville:
-, Parnel (d. after 1253), w. of Wal. de (d. 1241), see FitzAlan
-, Parnel de (d. by 1293), m. 1 Rob. de Montfort, 2 John de la Mare,
-, Rohese, w. of Wal. de (d. 1273),
-, Wal. de (d. 1241),
-, Wal. de (d. 1273),

Dunwich (Suff.):
-, bpric.,

Duport, Jas., master of Corpus Christi Coll., Camb.,

Durell, John, rector of Fulbourn,

Durham, earl of, see Lambton

Durham Shorthorn cattle,

Durr, Franklin,

Dyrham Park (Mdx.),

Eadric (fl. before 996),

Ealhun, Wedwine s. of, see Wedwine

Earl's Colne priory (Essex),

earthworks, defensive, see Devil's Ditch; Fleam Dyke; and see fortifications, s.v. Cherry Hinton; Upware

East Anglia (East Angles):
-, bp. of, see Felix
-, corn trade,
-, dioc.,

ealdordom,

ealdorman, and see Aethelwine

earl of, see Gael
-, kingdom,
-, kings, and see Edmund, St.
-, ports,
-, quarries,

East Anglian Arts Board,

East Cambridgeshire district,
-, council,
-, Fenland villages sub-district,

East Ham (Essex, later Gter. London):
-, almsho.,

East India Co., director, see Harrison,
-, Edw (d. 1732)

Eastern Counties bus co.,

Eaton:
-, Ric. (fl. 1760),
-, Ric. (? another, fl. 1800),

Ecclesiastical Commissioners, and see Church Commissioners

Eddeva the fair,

Edgar, King,

Edis, R. W.,

Edlestone, R. H.,

Edmund, St., king of East Anglia,

Edmunds, Wm., and his w.,

Edward the Confessor, King,
-, demesne manors,
-, men and thegns, and see Godric; Huscarl; Sigar; Wulfwine; Wulfwig
-, sokemen,

Edward the Elder, King,

Edward I,
-, chancellors, see Burnell, Rob.; Langton, John
-, treasurer, see Langton, Wal.

Edward II,
-, treasurer, see Hotham

Edward III,
-, mistress, see Perrers
-, servants,

Edward IV,
-, chamberlain, see Hastings, Wm.

Edward VI,

Edward VII, as prince of Wales,

Edward, duke of Aquitaine, prince of Wales (d. 1376) (the Black Prince),

Edwards:
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Edwin son of Othwulf,

eels,

Egerton:
-, John, earl of Ellesmere (d. 1944),
-, John, duke of Sutherland (fl. 1987-9),
-, Francis, duke of Bridgewater,

egg packing,

Eleanor of Castile, queen of Edw. I,

Eleanor of Provence, queen of Hen. III,

electrical shops,

electricity supply,

electronics,

Elibank:
-, Lady, see North, Maria
-, Ld., see Murray

Elizabeth I,
-, Ld. Keeper, see Bacon, Sir Nic.
-, servants, and see Lisle, Edm.

Elizabeth II, Silver Jubilee of,

Ellesmere, earl of, see Egerton, John (d. 1944)

Ellis:
-, John (d. 1600),
-, Sir John (d. 1716), master of Caius
-, Coll., Camb.,
-, his dau., m. - Stephens,
-, John (d. 1729),
-, fam.,

Elrington:
-, Edw.,
-, Marg., w. of -, see Spencer

Eltisley, Thos., rector of Teversham,

Elveden (Suff.), land in,

Ely, Reg.,

Ely,
-, abbey,
-, abbots, and see Beorhtnoth
-, estates,
-, monk,
-, tenant of,
-, archdeacons, and see Hawkyn; Wigmore, Dan.
-, official of,
-, bp.,
-, and see Balsham, Hugh; Barnet; Butts, Ric.; Cox; Eustace; Fordham, John; Fountains; Gooch, Thos.; Gray, Wm.; Hervey; Hotham; Laney; Langham; Lisle, Thos.; Nigel; Thirlwall; Wren
-, officers of:
-, butler, see Eustace (fl. 1166),
-, chamberlain,
-, chaplain,
-, physician,
-, steward,
-, estates,
-, jurisdiction,
-, lordship,
-, patronage,
-, residences,
-, buses to,
-, carriage to,
-, cathedral,
-, dean and chapter,
-, estates,
-, members:
-, deans, see Allix; Bell; Mapletoft; Pearce
-, canon,
-, minor canon,
-, patronage,
-, prebends,
-, prior and convent,
-, monks,
-, priors, and see
-, William
-, sacrist,
-, priory,
-, estates,
-, patronage,
-, tenant of,
-, char.,
-, commons,
-, dioc.,
-, Dioc. Bd. of Patronage,
-, Dioc. Educ. Bd.,
-, diocesan officials,
-, distance from,
-, High Sch.,
-, ind.,
-, Isle of,
-, parliamentary garrison,
-, raiders from, see Montfort, Simon de
-, and see Chatteris; Downham; Guyhirn; Manea; Newton; Outwell; Prickwillow; Stretham; Stuntney; Upwell; Wisbech
-, nonconf.,
-, Primitive Methodist circuit,
-, professions,
-, rly., and see railway lines
-, resident,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, roads to, and see turnpike roads
-, school children,
-, shops,

Ely Waterworks Co.,

embanking and draining, see fens, drainage and partition of, and under parishes, s.v. drainage

Emes and Webb, garden designers,

emigration, and see America; Australia

Engaine (de Engaine, D'Engaine, Dengaine):
-, Agnes, w. of Ric. (d. by 1261),
-, Alice, w. of Wm. (fl. 1350), m. Sir Wm. Papworth,
-, Alice, w. of Wm. (d. by 1479), see Hore
-, Anne, w. of Hen. (d. after 1486),
-, Avice,? w. of Ric. (d. 1208), mother of Rob. (fl. 1199-1220),
-, Hen. (d. after 1486),
-, Hen. (fl. 1528-9),
-, Joan, w. of Wm. (fl. 1376),
-, John (d. 1363), n
-, Parnel, w. of Ric.,
-, Ric. (d. after 1310),
-, Rob. (fl. 1199-1220),
-, Rob. (d. by 1261),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. after 1243),
-, Wm. (d. after 1293),
-, Wm. (fl. 1350),
-, Wm. (another, fl. 1376),
-, Wm. (d. by 1479),
-, -, rector of Stow,
-, fam.,
-, arms,

engineering, and see agricultural machinery

English:
-, Hen., and his w.,
-, Mary, m. Edw. Oldhall,

Ennion:
-, E. A. R.,
-, fam., solicitors,

epidemics, and see Black Death; cholera; diphtheria; typhoid

Erasmus, Desiderius, Paraphrases and other books by,

Essex:
-, ealdorman, see Beorhtnoth

earl of, see Bohun; Bourchier; Mandeville

Essex,
-, benefices in,
-, estates in,
-, migration from,
-, residents,
-, and see Ardleigh; Barking; Bocking; Bradwell; Braintree; Brandon; Chesterford; Chrishall; Colchester; Dunmow; Earl's Colne; East Ham; Hatfield; Hedingham; Hempstead; Icklingham; Leez Priory; Maldon; Maplestead; Ongar; Saffron Walden; Stansted; Walden
-, estates agents,

Etheldreda (Aethelthryth), St.,

Eton college (Bucks.),

Eudes the chamberlain (fl. 1086),

Eudes (? another, fl. 1086),

Eudes, Hen. s. of, see Henry

Eustace (fl. 1166), butler of bp. of Ely, and see Peter

Eustace, bp. of Ely (d. 1215),

Evans, Thos.,

evening schools, see schools

Everard (fl. 1086), son of Brian,

Everard (fl. 1115), priest of Burwell,

Everard:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Eversden, Gt. and Lt., land in,

Everton, John,

Evesham (Worcs.), battle of,

Ewer:
-, Anna,
-, Ant.,

Exchequer, baron of, see Fulbourn, Wm. (d. 1329)

Exning (Suff.),
-, agric.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, Exning Hall
-, estate,
-, fields,
-, land in,
-, lds.,
-, man.,
-, pop.,
-, rectory,
-, residents,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, streams,
-, trades,
-, vicarage,
-, vicars,
-, ward,

Exning Estate Co.,

Eye:
-, Eustace of,
-, Peter of,

Eye, in Horningsea, q.v.

Eye (Hall) man., see Horningsea

Eylsham, Reg. of,

Eynsham:
-, Isabel, w. of Wm., see Corbet
-, Wm.,
-, exhibitions,

Fairclough:
-, John, rector of Kennett,
-, Ric., rector of Kennett,
-, Sam.,

Fairhaven, Lds., see Broughton

Fairlie, John,

fairs, see Burwell; Cambridge: Stourbridge fair; Fordham; Reach; Soham; Wicken; Wilbraham, Gt.

Family of Love,

Fanshawe, Thos.,

Farmer:
-, Ellen,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

farriers,

feasts, village, see Bottisham; Burwell; Cherry Hinton; Fordham; Fulbourn; Horningsea; Isleham; Lode; Soham; Stow cum Quy; Swaffham Bulbeck; Swaffham Prior; Teversham; Wicken; Wilbraham, Gt., and Lt.

Felix, St. (d. c. 647), bp. of East Angles,

Felix (fl. 730-50), hagiographer,

Felixstowe (Suff.), carriage to,

fellmongers,

felons, associations for prosecuting,

felons' chattels,

Felton:
-, Joan, w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Marg., m. Sir Edm. Hengrave (d. 1374),
-, Sir Thos.,

Feltons man., see Fordham

Feltwell (Norf.):
-, ch.,

female farmworkers,

Fen Ditton and Horningsea man., see Ditton, Fen; Horningsea

'fen tigers', and see squatters

fenreeves,

Fenrother, Rob.,

fens, drainage and partition of:
-, before A.D.,
-, 500-1600,
-, and see assarting
-, 1600-1700,
-, and see Bedford Level; riots
-, 1700-2000,

Fenstanton (Hunts.):
-, resident,

ferreting,

Ferrey, Benj.,

ferries, see Ditton, Fen; Fulbourn; Isleham; Kennett; Upware; Wicken

fertilizer works,

field drainage,

Fielder, R. D.,

fieldreeves,

Fileby:
-, Hen.,
-, Riv.,
-, M. Rob.,

Fillongley:
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, m. - Froxmer,

Fillongley (Warws.):
-, ld.,

film shows,

Finch:
-, Charlotte, w. of Heneage (d. 1777), see Seymour
-, Heneage, earl of Aylesbury (d. 1757),
-, Heneage, earl of Aylesbury (d. 1777),
-, Heneage, earl of Aylesbury (d. 1814),
-, Wm.,
-, (formerly Finch Ingle), Wm. Finch,
-, fam., boat builders,

Finch Ingle, see Finch, Wm. Finch

fines of tenants,

fire engines and brigades,

fires, see Bottisham; Burwell; Chippenham; Fordham; Isleham; Kirtling; Reach; Soham; Swaffham Prior; Wicken; Woodditton; see also arson

First World War:
-, armaments depicted,
-, deaths in,
-, munition making,

Fisher:
-, (or Cooper), Hen., vicar of Soham,
-, John, bp. of Rochester,

Fiske, Rob., rector of Fulbourn St. Vigor's, vicar of Fulbourn All Sts.,

fishing and fisheries, and see 'lakes'

fishmongers,

fishponds,

Fison (Fyson):
-, Chas. Porter, and his w. Anne,
-, C. J. R.,
-, Geo.,
-, John (fl. 1818-61),
-, John (d. c. 1883),
-, Mary Anne,
-, Rob.,
-, R. D., and his w.,
-, W., and his gddau.,
-, fam.,
-, millwrights,

Fisons co., fertilizer mfrs.,

FitzAlan (Fitzalan):
-, Alan,
-, Brian (d. after 1242),
-, Sir Brian (d. 1305),
-, Cath., m. John Grey, Ld. Grey of Rotherfield,
-, Maud (or Agnes), m. Gilb. Stapleton,
-, Parnel, m. Wal. de Dunstanville (d. 1241),
-, Sir Tibbald,
-, Wm. (d. c. 1160), see William
-, Wm. (d. 1213),
-, fam., earls of Arundel,
-, fam., of Bedale (Yorks. N. R.),

FitzBall, see Ball, Edw. (d. 1873)

FitzHenry, Hugh,

FitzHugh:
-, Hen., Ld. FitzHugh,
-, Hugh. Ld. FitzHugh,
-, fam., Lds. FitzHugh,

FitzJames, Ric., bp. of Rochester,

FitzJohn:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

FitzRalph, Sir John,

FitzWalter (Fitzwalter):
-, Gunnora, w. of Rob. (d. 1235),
-, Rob. (d. 1235),
-, Sir Rob., later Ld. FitzWalter (d. 1326),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1328),

Flaald, Alan s. of, see Alan

Fleam Dyke:
-, northern section,
-, southern section,

Fleetwood, Wm., vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck,

Fleming:
-, Alard le,
-, Geof. le,
-, John le,
-, Mary le, m. Rob. le Norreys,

Flendish hund.,
-, bailiff,
-, bdry.,
-, ct.,

Fletcher:
-, Deborah,
-, Geo.,

flooding, see Bottisham; Burnwell; Cherry Hinton; Fordham; Isleham; Kennett; Snailwell; Soham; Swaffham Bulbeck; Swaffham Prior; Wicken

flower and vegetabel shows, see horticultural shows

flowers grown commercially,

Floyd:
-, Hugh, rector of Cheveley, vicar of Fordham,
-, Jane,
-, and see Lloyd

Fogge, Rob., vicar of Fulbourn All Sts.,

Folkes:
-, Agnes, m. Theodore Goodwin,
-, Anne, m. John Grange,
-, Eliz. (d. 1679), w. of Ric., see Hobson
-, Eliz. (d. 1741), m. Sir Thos. Hanmer, Bt.,
-, Fanny, m. Revd. Jas. Thos. Hand,
-, Geo.,
-, John (d. 1591),
-, John (d. 1617),
-, John (hid s., d. 1617),
-, John (d. 1708),
-, Martin (fl. 1612),
-, Martin (another, fl. 1671), n
-, Martin (d. 1746),
-, Martin (d. 1785),
-, Mary, m. Chris. Hand,
-, Ric.,
-, Simon (d. 1620),
-, Simon (d. 1642),
-, Simon (d. 1669),
-, Susanna, w. of John (the s., d. 1617), see Smith
-, Thos. (d. c. 1585),
-, Thos. (d. by 1720),
-, fam., of Bottisham and Swaffham Bulbeck

folklore and customs, see beating bounds; bells, signal; Gunpowder Day; harvest suppers; May Day; Plough Monday; 'rough music'; 'wise men'; witches

food farms,

food processing,

fool, household,

football (camping),

Foote:
-, N. W. J.,
-, fam.,

Fordham, John, bp. of Ely,

Fordham (Cambs.),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, arboretum,
-, Bassingbourns man.,
-, Biggen man., see Fordham: priory, man.
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, chant.,
-, chap., pl.
-, char.,
-, ch., pl.
-, church land,
-, clubs and societies,
-, Coggeshalls man., n,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, crofts, arable,
-, curates, and see Hall, Tansley
-, dean of, see Henry
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, fair, hiring,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, Feltons (Hengraves) man., n,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, fires,
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, Fordham Abbey (ho.), pl.
-, estate,
-, guilds,
-, hosp.,
-, prior, see Henry
-, housing estates,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, of common fields,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mkts.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, poor's fen,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, priory,
-, bldgs.,
-, canons,
-, man.,
-, rly.,
-, station,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, resident,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, sewage works,
-, shops,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, town ho.,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village hall,
-, wharf,
-, woodland,

Fordham rural deanery (dioc. Ely, formerly dioc. Norwich),
-, dean, see Henry

Foresters, Ancient Order of,

Forestry Commission,

Forrest, L. G., vicar of Cherry Hinton,

Forster:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Fortescue:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Adrian, see Stonor
-, Sir Adrian,
-, Wm. Hen., Ld. Clermont,

fortifications, see Cherry Hinton; Upware; and see castles

Fortrey, Sam.,

Foster, fam.:
-, bankers,
-, millers,

Fotheringay college (Northants.),

foundries and metal working,

Fountains, John of, bp. of Ely,

four-course rotation,

Fowler:
-, Geo.,
-, Ric. (fl. 1473),
-, Sir Ric. (d. 1528),

fowling,

fox hunting,

Frampton:
-, Sir Geo., sculptor,
-, Tregonwell,

France:
-, Isabel of, see Isabel
-, Margaret of, see Margaret

France, see La Hogue; Paris
-, monasteries in, see Bon Repos; Caen; Le Pin; Longueville; Mont St. Michel; St. Jacut-de-la-Mer

franchises, see amercements; assize; felons' chattels; fines; frankpledge; gallows; infangthief; pillory; return of writs; tumbrel; waif; warren, free

Francis:
-, Clement,
-, Geo.,
-, John (d. by 1490),
-, John (fl. 1679),
-, John, vicar of Soham (fl. 1750),
-, John Clement Godfrey,
-, John Clement Wolstan,
-, Joyce, w. of John (d. by 1490), m. Thos. Shornley,
-, R. M.,
-, Sarah, w. of Clement,
-, Thos. Musgrave,
-, Maj. Wolstan,
-, fam., of Fulbourn,
-, of Quy Hall,
-, and see Fraunceis

Francken, C. W., curate of Wicken,

frankpledge, view of,

Fraunceis (Fraunceys):
-, Alan le,
-, Anne, w. of Alan le,
-, Everard le,
-, Florence, w. of Nic., see Mare, de la
-, Geof. le,
-, Herb. le, and his w. Amice,
-, Nic.,
-, Rob. le,
-, Wal. le,
-, fam.,

Frawine (fl. 1086) of Kirtling,

Freckenham (Suff.),
-, bdry.,
-, ch.,
-, ct.,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, resident,
-, roads to,

Frederick Augustus, duke of York,

Free Churches,

Free Trade and Protection, disputes over,

free warren, see warren

Freville:
-, Geo.,
-, fam., of Lt. Shelford,

friendly societies, and see Foresters; Oddfellows; Shepherds

Frierston, Thos.,

Frolesworth (Leics.):
-, resident,

Frost, Wm.,

Froxmer:
-, Mary, w. of -, see Fillongley
-, Thos., and his dau.,

fruit, see orchards

Fulbourn:
-, John,
-, M. Peter of,
-, Wm. (fl. 1327),
-, Wm. (? the same, d. 1329),
-, Wm. (fl. from 1340),
-, Wm. (d. 1391), canon of St. Paul's, rector of Fulbourn St. Vigor's,
-, Wm. (d. after 1441),

Fulbourn,
-, adv.:
-, All Sts.,
-, St. Vigor's,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, bdry.,
-, Broad Green,
-, cemeteries,
-, chant.,
-, chap. of St. Edm.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, Colvilles man.,
-, commons,
-, community centre,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, cross,
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, Dunmows man.,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, ferry,
-, fields,
-, Frog End,
-, Fulbourn Asylum (later Mental Hosp.), pl.
-, Fulbourn Manor, pl.
-, gdns.,
-, guildhall,
-, guilds,
-, Hay (Eye) End,
-, heaths,
-, Holm (Home) End,
-, housing estates,
-, Ida Darwin Hosp.,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, Manners man.,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, pumping station,
-, rly.,
-, station,
-, reading room,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors:
-, All Sts.,
-, St. Vigor's, and see Bell, John (d. 1591); Careway; Perkins
-, rectory:
-, All Sts.,
-, St. Vigor's,
-, ho.,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, school bd.,
-, Shardelowes:
-, man.,
-, well,
-, shops,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, town ho.,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage,
-, All Sts.,
-, ho.,
-, vicars:
-, All Sts., and see Bishop; Serocold, Wal. (d. 1789)
-, St. Vigor's,
-, village greens,
-, village hall,
-, Working Men's Inst.,
-, Zouches man.,

Fulk son of Tibbald and Tiffany,
-, his s., see Ralph

Fuller:
-, And.,
-, John, master of St. John's Coll., Camb., rector of Lt. Wilbraham,
-, Rob.,
-, Rob. Llewellyn,
-, R. J.,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos. Llewellyn,
-, fam., millwrights,
-, of Spinney,

fulling, see mills, uses of: fulling

'fulsting punt',

furniture making,

furniture shops,

Gael, Ralph de, earl of East Anglia,

gallops for race horses,

gallows,

gambling,

game preservation,

gamekeepers,

garden centres,

Gardiner:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

'Gardinis':
-, Parnel, w. of Thos. 'de', see Kemesek
-, Thos. 'de',

Gardner:
-, Capt. E. J.,
-, Ruth Mary Clarisse, w. of E. J., see Ashley
-, and see Dunn Gardner

Garrod:
-, Herb.,
-, Jas.,
-, Mrs., w. of Jas.,

gas production and supply, and see Soham: gas works

Gascoigne:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wm., see Cholmeley
-, Sir Wm.,

Gatward, Hen.,

Gauden, Dr. John, dean of Bocking, vicar of Chippenham,

Gaul, Roman, pottery from,

Gay, fam., n

Gayseley:
-, Ric., vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck,
-, fam.,

Gazeley (Suff.), road to,

Geoffrey (fl. 1086),

George I,

George III,

George IV, as prince of Wales,

George V, as duke of York,

George 'Plantagenet', duke of Clarence,

George, s. of Rob. the chamberlain (d. c. 1175),

George, Revd. Chas.,

Gerard:
-, Alice, w. of Thos, see Revett
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Russell (d. 1654),
-, Thos.,

Gere:
-, Nic.,
-, Rob. (fl. 1549),
-, Rob. (? another, fl. 1576-7),
-, Wm.,

Germany:
-, cleric from,
-, corn trade,
-, paper maker, see Remigius
-, and see Cologne

Gernon:
-, Alice, w. of John (fl. 1334), see Colville
-, Joan, w. of Sir John (d. 1384),
-, Sir John (d. 1384),
-, Marg., m. Sir John Peyton (d. c. 1400),
-, fam., arms,

Gibbons, Grinling, wood carver,

Giblin:
-, B. G.,
-, Chas.,
-, Hen. (d. 1847),
-, Hen. (d. 1857),

Gibson, Simon,

Giffard:
-, Cath., w. of Wm., see Passelewe
-, Hugh, rector of Barrow (Suff.),
-, Rohese, m. Ric. fitz Gilbert, and see Clare
-, Wal. (d. c. 1084),
-, Wal., earl of Buckingham (d. 1102),
-, Wal., earl of Buckingham (d. 1164),
-, Wm.,
-, fam., earls of Buckingham,
-, fam., of Glos.,

Gilbert son of Warin, see Dunmow, Gilb. of (fl. 1190-1205)

Gilbert, Count, Ric. s. of, see Ric. fitz Gilbert

Gilbert:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Gilbert poor-law union,

Gilbertine canons,

Gill:
-, Agnes, w. of Ric., see Lee
-, Geo. (d. 1568),
-, Geo. (another, fl. 1583),
-, Ric.,

Gillett and Johnson, bell founders,

gipsies, and see caravan sites

Gittus, Edw., and his son,

Glanville:
-, Hugh, vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck,
-, Ranulf de, justiciar,

glass making,

glaziers, and see plumbers

Glossop:
-, Chas.,
-, Francis,
-, Revd. G. H. S.,
-, Col. John Jas.,

Gloucester:
-, ctss. of, see Clare, Maud de
-, duke of, see Humphrey; Richard III
-, earls of, see Clare

Gloucestershire, see Weston sub Edge

gloving,

Godard the Red, his w. Christine, and dau. Isolda and Agnes,

Godfrey:
-, Oliver,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. 1843),
-, Wm. (d. 1900), rector of Kennett,
-, fam.,

Goding, Aelfnoth s. of, see Aelfnoth

Godolphin, Mary, m. Thos. Osborne, duke of Leeds,

Godric the deacon (fl. 1066),

Godric (? the same, fl. c. 1086),

Godric (fl. 1086-1100), sheriff of Suffolk,

God's House, Camb., see Christ's College

Godwin (fl. 1066),

Godwin 'Child' (fl. 1066),

Gog Magog Hills,

Gogmagog Ho., see Stapleford

Golding:
-, Chambers Waddelow,
-, Ric. Chambers,
-, fam.,

Goldington, John,

goldsmith, Grimbold the, see Grimbold

Gonville and Caius College, Camb.,
-, estates,
-, master, see Ellis, John (d. 1716)

Gonville Hall, Camb.,

Gooch:
-, John, rector of Fen Ditton,
-, Thos., bp. of Ely,

Goodchild, fam.,

Goodrick, Mary, widow, m. John Povey,

goods traded in:
-, Baltic iron,
-, bricks and tiles,
-, salt,
-, slates,
-, soap and candles,
-, stone,
-, timber,
-, wool, and see coal; corn

Goodwin:
-, Agnes, w. of Theodore, see Folkes
-, Ambrose,
-, Chas., rector of Hildersham,
-, Revd. C. W. H. G. H. B.,
-, Sarah,
-, Theodore,
-, Thos.,

Gordon:
-, Geo., dean of Lincoln,
-, John, archdeacon and precentor of Lincoln,

Gorges:
-, Edm.,
-, Mary, w. of Wal., see Oldhall
-, Ric., Ld. Gorges of Dundalk,
-, Wal.,

Gosfeld, Wm.,

Gotobed, John, vicar of Swaffham Prior St. Cyriac's,

Goushill:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Rob., see Mowbray
-, Sir Rob.,

Goward, Geo.,

Grace:
-, John,
-, Marg., w. of John, see Sibill

Grain, fam.,

grain storage,

Grainger, fam., photographers,

Granby, marquess of, see Manners, Chas. and John

Grandison, Otto de,

Grange:
-, Anne, w. of John, see Folkes
-, John,
-, fam.,

Grantchester:
-, ch.,

gravel extraction (commercial),

gravel pits (parish),

Gray (Graye):
-, Chris., bell founder,
-, H. W. S.,
-, Sir John,
-, Marg.,
-, Wm., bp. of Ely,
-, fam., of Wicken, and see Grey

Great Eastern Rly. Co.,

Great Ouse, river,

Greaves (later Beaupré Bell), Wm.,

Green:
-, Chris., chaplain of Lt. Isleham,
-, Douglas,
-, Thos. Wm.,

greengrocer,

Greenhall:
-, Alice, w. of Thos., see Panton
-, Thos.,

Gresham, Sir Ric.,

Greville:
-, Lewis,
-, Thomasina, w. of Lewis, see Petre

Grey:
-, Cath. (d. after 1379), w. of John, see FitzAlan
-, Cath. (b. 1423), w. of Edm., see Percy
-, Edm., Ld. Grey of Ruthyn,
-, John, Ld. Grey of Rotherfield,

Griffith:
-, Rowland,
-, Thos.,

Grim son of Oswulf,

Grimbold the goldsmith (fl. 1066),

Grimer, Rob., curate of Wicken, vicar of Soham,

Grosvenor:
-, Ric., earl Grosvenor,
-, Rob., earl Grosvenor,
-, Gen., later Field Marshal, Thos.,

guildhalls, see Bottisham; Burwell; Chippenham; Ditton, Fen; Fulbourn; Swaffham Bulbeck; Wicken; Wilbraham, Gt.; Woodditton

guilds, see under parishes

Guînes:
-, Geof. de,
-, John de (fl. 1262-77),
-, John de (fl. 1302),
-, Ralph de,
-, Rob. de,
-, fam.,

Gundulf, bp. of Rochester,

gunmakers,

Gunston, fam.,

Gunthorpe (Norf.):
-, ld.,

Gunton, David, and his fam.,

Gurneys Bank,

Gurry, Martin,

Guyhirn (I. Ely):
-, nonconf.,

Gyney:
-, John de,
-, Rog. de,
-, Wm. de (fl. 1316), n
-, Sir Wm. (? another, fl. 1346),
-, fam.,

Gyrwe (A.-S. people),

Hackney (Mdx.): residents;

Haggitt, Geo., vicar of Soham, and his sis.,

Hailstone:
-, Eliz., w. of John,
-, John, vicar of Bottisham,

Hainault, Philippa of, see Philippa

hairdressers and barbers,

Hale, John,

Hale man., see Chippenham

Hales, Jas.,

Hall:
-, Alex. Cross,
-, F. P., rector of Fulbourn St.
-, Vigor's,
-, Col., later Gen., John,
-, Steph., vicar of Fordham,
-, Revd. Tansley,
-, (formerly Bullock), Wm. Hen.,

Ham, East, see East Ham

Hammond:
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., see Parker
-, Col. Rob.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm. Parker (d. 1812),
-, Wm. Parker (d. 1873),
-, Wm. Parker (d. 1884),
-, fam., and see Hamond

Hamond:
-, Joan, m. Nic. Hughson,
-, Nic.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., and see Hammond

Hampshire:
-, land in, and see Hartley Mauduit; Wight, Isle of; Winchester

hamsocn,

Hancock:
-, Edw.,
-, Edw. Ric. Kinver,
-, Eliz., w. of Ric. Thos., see Harwood
-, Jane Mary, m. Wm. Hussey,
-, Ric. Gustavus,
-, Capt., later Adm., Ric. Thos.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1730),
-, Thos. (fl. 1807-10),
-, fam., of Fulbourn,

Hand:
-, Chris.,
-, his w. Mary, see Folkes
-, Jas. Thos., rector of Cheveley,

Hanmer:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Thos., see Folkes
-, Sir Thos., Bt.,

Hansom, J. A.,

Harcourt:
-, Lucy, w. of Vere, see Thornton
-, Vere,

hare coursing, and see warrens

Harling, East (Norf.):
-, ld.,

harness makers,

Harold II, earl, later king,

harper, Aelfwine the, see Aelfwine

Harris:
-, Revd. Thos., n
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Harrison:
-, Audrey, m. Chas. Townshend, later vct. Townshend,
-, Edw.,
-, Dr. Hen., rector of Snailwell,
-, Dr. Wm., rector of Snailwell,

Harrowby, earl of, see Ryder

Hartley Mauduit (Hants), Bts. of,

harvest suppers and horkeys,

Harvey and Hudsons Bank,

Harward, John, vicar of Soham,

Harwell, Thos.,

Harwood:
-, Anne,
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Thos. Hancock,
-, John,
-, Mary,

Hasell:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Haslingfield:
-, ld.,

Hastang, Sir Thos.,

Hastings:
-, Agnes of, m. Sir Phil. of Pitsford,
-, Alice, m. Thos. Neketon,
-, Eliz., w. of John (fl. 1339-67), see Sibill
-, Ellis of,
-, Hen. de,
-, Sir John of (fl. 1316-49),
-, John of (fl. 1339-67),
-, Ralph de (fl. 1156-62),
-, Sir Ralph (d. 1495),
-, Sir Rob. of (fl. 1236-59),
-, Sir Rob. of (fl. 1302-6),
-, Wm., Ld. Hastings,
-, fam., earls of Pembroke,

Hatch:
-, Mary,
-, Sarah, m. John Rayner,
-, fam.,

Hatfield Broadoak or Regis priory (Essex),
-, estates,
-, patronage,

Hatley, East:
-, rector, and see Quy, John of (fl. 1279)

Haudlo:
-, John,
-, Mary, w. of John, see Burnell

Haukyn (Hawkyn):
-, John 'Piersson',
-, Nic., archdeacon of Ely, rector of Snailwell,

haulage firms,

Hauxton, person from,

Haverhill (Suff.),
-, road to,

Haviland:
-, A. G., curate of Horningsea,
-, Prof. John,

Hawkins:
-, Geo.,
-, G. P., baker,
-, Reg., vicar of Soham,
-, Rhode,

Hayne:
-, Anne, w. of Jonathan, see Weld
-, Jonathan,

Hayward:
-, Mary. w. of Rob., m. - Hyde Dix,
-, Mary Ann, m. Tansley Hall,
-, Rob.,

haywards, common,

Headley:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Heath:
-, Edw.,
-, Sir Rob.,
-, and see Hethe

Heckstetter, Rog., vicar of Soham,

Hedingham cas., (Essex), castle ward to,

Hele, Revd. Rob. Selby Hele,

Hemenhale, Ralph,

Hemesi, Brian,

hemp,
-, 'hemplands',

Hempstead (Essex):
-, resident,

Hengrave:
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1334),
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1374),
-, Sir Edm. (d. 1379),
-, Joan, w. of Sir Edm. (d. 1379),
-, Joan, w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1419), see Pond
-, Mary, w. of Sir Edm. (d. 1374), see Felton
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1349),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1419),

Hengrave (Suff.):
-, ld.,

Henney, Thos. of,

Henny (Henney), in Soham, q.v.

Henrietta Maria, queen of Charles I,
-, attorney general, see Povey, Justinian

Henry I,

Henry II,
-, justiciar, see Glanville, Ranulf de

Henry III,
-, justiciars, see Burgh, Hubert de; Despenser, Hugh (d. 1265)

Henry IV,
-, as earl of Derby,

Henry V,
-, executors,

Henry VI,
-, chamberlain, see Phelip, Wm. (d. 1441)

Henry VII,

Henry VIII,
-, apothecary, see Carleton, Geo. (d. 1549)

Henry son of Eudes, of Burwell,
-, his s., see Thomas
-, his w., see 'Bodingham', Maud of

Henry son of Henry,
-, his s., see Thomas

Henry son of (fitz) Hervey,
-, his sons, see John; Ranulf

Henry son of Robert (fl. 1235),

Henry son of (fitz) Robert (s. of Wm.)(fl. c. 1250), and his s.
-, Henry (d. after 1286),

Henry, archdeacon of Huntingdon, historian,

Henry (fl. 1205), dean of Fordham,

Henry, Alan s. of, see Alan

Henry, Hen. s. of, see Henry

Henry, John s. of, see John

Henry, Ranulf s. of, see Ranulf

Henry, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Heorowulf (fl. 1086), and see Herulf

Hercules air transports,

herdsmen, common,

Hereford, earls of, see Bohun

Hereford cattle,

Hereric, earl,
-, his sons, see Aelfric; Leofwine

Hereward 'the Wake',

Hereward Housing Assoc.,

heriots,

Herring:
-, John Fred. (d. 1865), horse painter,
-, John Fred. (d. 1907), horse painter,
-, Thos., abp. of Canterbury, curate of Stow cum Quy,

Herringswell (Suff.), road to,

Hertford, earl of, see Clare

Hertfordshire,
-, residents,
-, and see Ashwell; Chishall; Offley; Wallington

Herulf the priest, and see Heorowulf

Hervey (d. 1131), bp. of Ely,

Hervey son of Akaris,
-, his s., see Henry

Hervey:
-, Hon. Thos. (d. 1775),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1782),
-, Thos. (d. 1803-4),
-, Wm.,

Hethe, Hamon, bp. of Rochester,

Heton, Martin, bp. of Ely,

Heybridge:
-, Agnes, w. of Wm. of,
-, Maud of, m. 1 John de Trailly, Wm. la Zouche (d. 1272),
-, Wm. of,

Heylock, fam.,

Hicks:
-, Anne, w. of Jas.,
-, David,
-, (formerly Simpson), Edw.,
-, Gregory,
-, Jas., curate of Stow cum Quy,
-, Kath. Beatrice,
-, Reg. Stanley,
-, Stanley Edw.,
-, fam.,

Higford (Salop):
-, ld., and see Hugford

High Churchmen,

High Commission, ct. of,

Higham:
-, John, rector of Burwell St. Mary's,
-, Rob.,

Hildersham:
-, Agnes, w. of -, see Hughson
-, Dorothy, m. John Beacon,
-, Joan, m. Reg. Rabett,

Hildersham:
-, rector, see Goodwin

Hill:
-, John,
-, Martin, vicar of Swaffham Prior,
-, Nic. Isaac, rector of Snailwell,
-, Ric., curate of Swaffham Bulbeck,
-, Wm., vicar of Fordham,

Hills:
-, John, master of St. Cath.'s Coll., Camb., rector of Fulbourn St. Vigor's,
-, his w., m. Thos. Wilson,

Hinchingbroke priory (Hunts.),

Hinde:
-, Sir John,
-, Sir Francis,
-, Thos.,
-, Ursula, w. of Sir John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Hindu worship,

Hinson:
-, Thos. (fl. 1556),
-, Thos. (fl. 1626),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Hinton, Wal. of, see Walter

Histon:
-, ind.,

Historic Churches Trust,

Hobbs, fam.,

Hobson:
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Folkes, Thos. Parker (d. 1646),
-, Thos., carrier,

Hockley, Thos.,

Holbrooke, John, chancellor of Camb. university, master of
-, Peterhouse, vicar of Cherry Hinton,

Holdernesse, earl of, see Ramsay

Holdstock, Mr. (fl. 1953-7),

holm silver,

Holmhall man., see Stow cum Quy

Home Office wireless depot, in Cheveley,

Homerton teacher training coll., Camb.,

Honeman, fam.,

Hood, J. C. S., rector of Kennett,

hops,

Hopwood, Ralph, rector of Teversham,

Hore, Alice, m. Wm. Dengaine (d. by 1479),

horkeys, see harvest suppers

Horningsea,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, A.-S. minster,
-, bldg.,
-, estates,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, chap. of St. And.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, Clayhithe in,
-, ferry,
-, fields,
-, ind.,
-, mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates, stipendiary,
-, ho. for,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, Eye Hall man.,
-, Eye in,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, Fen Ditton and Horningsea man., see Ditton, Fen: Fen Ditton and Horningsea man.
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, guilds,
-, housing estates,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, North Hills,
-, Northfields,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, poor relief,
-, Poplar Hall,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. pottery,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, Sibills man.,
-, streams,
-, tithes,
-, wharf,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, workho.,

horse breeding:
-, for farming,
-, for racing, see stud farms

horse butcher, see Pinks

horse clipper,

horse fair, see Reach: fair

horse racing,
-, courses for, and see Beacon; Duke's; July; Round; Rowley Mile
-, forensic laboratory,
-, and see British Racing Sch.; gallops; Jockey Club; jockeys; National Hunt; steeple chasing; trainers; training stables

Horseheath:
-, Horseheath Hall,
-, ld.,
-, resident,

Horsley, Dorothy, m. Thos. Marsh (d. 1649), Edw. Wray,

horticultural shows and societies,

horticulture, see flowers; market garden; orchards; vineyards

Hospitallers:
-, arms,
-, estates, n
-, patronage,
-, prior, see Botyll

Hotham, John, bp. of Ely,

Hovell, Edw.,

Howard:
-, Edm.,
-, Sir Gerald,
-, Sir John (d. 1331),
-, John, Ld. Howard, later duke of Norfolk (d. 1485),
-, Phil., earl of Arundel,
-, Steph.,
-, Steph. G.,
-, their fam.,
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1554),
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk (d. 1572),
-, Thos., earl of Suffolk (d. 1626).
-, Wm.,

Howard de Walden, Ld., see Scott-Ellis

Howlett, fam., builders,

Huddleston:
-, Dorothy,
-, Sir Edm.,
-, Hen. (d. 1557),
-, Hen. (d. 1665),
-, Hen. (d. 1713),
-, Joan, w. of Sir John (d. 1492), see Ansty, Joan (d. 1493)
-, Sir John (d. 1492),
-, Sir John (d. 1557),
-, Mary, w. of Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Rob.,

Hudson, F. W., vicar of Gt. Wilbraham,

hue and cry,

Hugford:
-, Alice, m. Sir Thos. Lucy, Ric. Archer,
-, Margery (d. 1409), w. of Sir Wm. (d. 1404), see Pabenham
-, Margery (d. 1413),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1404),
-, Wm. (d. by 1409),

Hugh (fl. c. 975),

Hugh, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Hughes, Edw.,

Hughson:
-, Agnes, m. - Hildersham,
-, Dorothy, m. John Brickett, Thos. Rudston,
-, Joan, w. of Nic., see Hamond
-, Nic.,

Huguenots,

Humfrey, Chas.,

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester,

Humphrey, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Hunt:
-, Chas. Wm.,
-, Revd. Sam.,
-, fam., millwrights,

hunting, see fox hunting; stag hunting

Huntingdon:
-, archdeacon of, see Henry
-, earl of, see Clinton

Huntingdon (Hunts.):
-, nonconf.,

Huntingdonshire,
-, sheriff, see Willys, Sir Thos. (d. 1701)
-, and see Diddington; Dillington; Fenstanton; Hinchingbroke; Ramsey; St. Ives; St. Neots; Sawtry; Southoe; Waresley; Wistow

Huntingfield:
-, Maud, w. of Sir Peter, see St. George
-, Sir Peter,

Hunts green, in Silverley, q.v.

Hurley, fam.,

Hurrell:
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, w. of Reg. Metcalf, see Allix
-, Reg. Metcalf,
-, fam.,

Huscarl (fl. 1066-86),

Hussey:
-, Jane Mary, w. of Wm. (fl. 1846), see Hancock
-, Sir John,
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1495),
-, Wm. (fl. 1846),

Hustwait, fam., solicitors,

Hyde:
-, Eliz., m. Chas Peyton,
-, Mary., m. Ric. Peyton,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., arms,

Hyde Smith:
-, Brenda Coralie, m. Ric. Edm.,
-, Cdr. Bryan Edm.,
-, John Jeremy,
-, Capt. Ric. Edm.,

Iceni (British tribe),

Icklingham (Essex):
-, resident,

Icknield way,

implements, see agricultural implements

Independents, and see Congregationalists

India, travel to,

industrial estates and business parks,

industries, extractive, see asphalt mkg.; coprolite digging; gravel extraction; lime burning; quarries; woodland ind.

industry, see agricultural implements and machinery; agrochemicals; aircraft bldg.; biochemicals; biscuit mkg.; brewing; brick and tile mkg.; cement mkg.; caravan bldg.; coach bldg.; computer design; cycle mkg.; egg packing; electronics; engineering; fertilizer wks.; food processing; foundries; furniture mkg.; glass mkg.; malt; medical equipment; millwrights; mineral water; motor car manufacture; packaging; paint mkg.; paper mkg.; printing; radio equipment; rope mkg.; scientific apparatus; tanning; timber processing; toy mkg.

infangthief,

Ingham (Norf.):
-, ld.,

Inglons, Edw.,

Ingoldisthorpe:
-, Sir Edm.,
-, Eliz., w. of Sir John, see Burgh
-, Isabel, m. John Neville, marquess Montagu,
-, Joan, w. of Sir Edm., see Tiptoft
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., w. of Thos.,
-, Thos.,

Ingram:
-, Chas., vct. Irwin, and his dau.,
-, Frances, w. of Chas., see Shepherd

Ingulf, fam.,

inmates, unauthorised,

Innes, Jas.,

Innocent II, pope, grant by,

inoculation (vaccination),

intercommoning, see common

Ipswich (Suff.):
-, carriage to,
-, ind.,

Ireland:
-, clergy from,
-, Ld. Lieutenant, see Cromwell, Hen. (d. 1674)

irommongers,

Isaacson:
-, Diana,
-, Hannah, m. Wm. Sandiver,
-, John,
-, Steph., and his s. and dau.,
-, Wm., vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck,
-, fam.,

Isabel of France, queen of Edw.
-, clerk of,

Isinglass, racehorse,

Isleham, Gerard of,

Isleham,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, Beckhall man.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, cemetery,
-, chant.,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, church hall,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, deanery,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, droveways (fen),
-, East End,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, settlement in,
-, ferry,
-, fields,
-, fires,
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, Gt. Bernards man.,
-, hotel,
-, housing estates,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, of common fields,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,

Isleham (formerly Gt. Bernards) Hall, fig.
-, estate,

Isleham, Gt.,
-, man.,

Isleham, Lt.,
-, chap.,
-, man.,
-, land in,
-, Lee brook,
-, Lt. Bernards man.,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, mission ch.,
-, Newhall man.,
-, Newnham in,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, Pits, the,
-, poor relief,
-, poor's fen,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, priory, and see Linton: priory
-, chap., fig.
-, pumping station,
-, rly.,
-, station,
-, reading room,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, Rochester fee, see Isleham: Beckhall
-, sch.,
-, in fen,
-, sewage works,
-, shops,
-, Shrewsbury man.,
-, streets,
-, Temple, the,
-, tithes,
-, trade and shipping,
-, Uphall man.,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village green,
-, village hall,
-, wharf,
-, workho.,

Isleham Lode, and see Lark, river

Isle of Wight (Hants), landowners,

Isleworth (Mdx.):
-, resident,

Jackson, Jeremiah, vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck,

Jacobites,

Jamaica (W. Indies):
-, Good Hope plantation,

James I,
-, Book of Sports,

James II, wives of,

James:
-, Sir Cane, Bt.,
-, John, vicar of Ashley, n
-, Sir John (d. 1676),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1741),
-, W. H., rector of Fen Ditton, and his w.,

Jarvis (Jervis):
-, Chris.,
-, John (fl. 1635),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1950),
-, Peter,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Jeckell, Mr. (fl. 1862-3),

Jenyns:
-, Revd. Chas. Fitzgerald,
-, Eliz. (d. 1728), w. of Sir Rog.,
-, Eliz. (d. 1796), w. of Soame,
-, Geo.,
-, Canon Geo. Leonard (d. 1848), vicar of Bottisham and Swaffham Prior,
-, his w.,
-, (later Blomefield), Leonard, vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck,

John,
-, Sir Rog.,
-, Rog. Gambier,
-, Rog. Soame,
-, Rog. Wm. Bulwer,
-, Soame,
-, Col. S. P.,
-, fam.,

Jephcott, Jonathan, vicar of Swaffham Prior,

Jermy:
-, Edw.,
-, his dau.,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Geo. Waldegrave,
-, Joan (d. 1649), w. of Sir Thos., see Steward
-, Joan (d. 1663), m. John Rant (fl. mid 17th-cent.),
-, Sir Thos.,

Jermyn:
-, Sir Ambrose,
-, Hen., Ld. Dover and Jermyn,
-, Judith, w. of Hen.,
-, Sir Rob.,

Jermy[n]s man., see Teversham

Jersey cattle,

Jerusalem (Palestine),
-, Hosp., see Hospitallers
-, Temple, see Templars

Jervis, see Jarvis

Jesus College, Camb.,
-, estates,
-, fellows,
-, masters, and see Bell, John (d. 1591); Pearce; Reston; Fuller, John
-, patronage,

Jockey Club,

jockeys, and see Chifney; Dorr; Wood, Chas.

Joel, Stanhope,

John, King (formerly count of Mortain),

John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster (d. 1399),

John, duke of Bedford (d. 1435),

John son of Baldwin, see Baldwin

John son of (fitz) Henry (fl. 1218-30),
-, his s., see FitzJohn

John son of Henry (another, fl. 1235),

John son of Robert (fl. 13th cent.), of Fordham,

John son of Waleran (fl. 1086),

Johnson:
-, Fred. Appleyard,
-, John,
-, J. A.,
-, Ric.,

Jones:
-, Fowler,
-, Geof., rector of Ashley,

Jordan the chamberlain (d. c. 1200), and see Chamberlain

Jour, Wm.,

Judith, ctss., w. of earl Waltheof,

Jugg, fam.,

July Course,

'Junction, the', see Cambridge Venue