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'Index: K-Z', 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. 604-625. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=18977 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Katmandu (Nepal), sch. at,

Keeble:
-, A. J.,
-, G.,

Kemesek:
-, Arnulf de,
-, Edm. de (d. 1253),
-, Edm. de (d. 1288),
-, Edm. de (d. c. 1300),
-, Hen. de (d. c. 1190),
-, Hen. de (fl. 1207-36),
-, Hen. de (another, d. 1242),
-, Hen. de (another, d. by 1268),
-, Isabel de, m. Phil. of Well,
-, Marg. de,
-, Maud de,
-, Parnel (d. after 1302), w. of Edm. de (d. 1288),
-, Parnel de (d. 1315), m. Thos. 'de Gardinis',
-, Tibbald de,

Kennet:
-, Beatrice, w. of Ric. of,
-, Nic. of (fl. 1086),
-, Nic. of (fl. 1160-73),
-, Nic. of (another, fl. 1193),
-, Nic. of (fl. 1230-2),
-, Nic. of (another, fl. 1254),
-, Nichole, w. of Nic. of (fl. 1230-2),
-, Peter of (fl. 1185),
-, Peter of (fl. 1240),
-, Ric. of,
-, fam.,

Kennett (Cambs.),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, ferry,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, heaths,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, Kennet End,
-, Kennett Hall,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, pumping station,
-, racing activities,
-, rly.,
-, station,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors, and see Bullen, John; Godfrey, Wm. (d. 1900)
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, tithes,

Kennett, river,

Kent:
-, Alfred,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Kent, earl of, see Burgh, Hubert de

Kent, landowners in,
-, and see Rochester; Tonbridge

Kentford (Suff.),
-, ct.,
-, man.,
-, pop.,
-, social activities,

Kerman, Eliz., w. of -, see Loggan

Kettlesey (Norf.):
-, resident,

Ketton (Suff.), Bts. of,

Keyde, John, and his w. Isabel,

Khalid Abdullah, Saudi Arabian prince,

Kilburn, John,

Killingworth:
-, Eliz., w. of Giles,
-, Giles,
-, John (d. 1667),
-, John (fl. 1712),
-, Ric.,
-, Rob. (fl. 1600), and his w. (née Wyse),
-, Rob. (fl. 1712),
-, fam.,

Kimberley (Norf.):
-, ld.,

King:
-, Hen.,
-, John, rector of Kennett,
-, fam.,

King's Bench, chief justices of, seeCholmeley, Sir Rog.; Hussey, Sir Wm.

King's Chair, in Cheveley,

King's College, Camb.,
-, chap.,
-, estates,
-, fellows, see Lisle, Wm. (d. 1637)
-, patronage,

King's Hall, Camb.,

King's Lynn (Norf.),
-, bell founders,
-, carriage to,
-, merchant,
-, resident,
-, St. Nic.'s chap.,

King's Nympton, see Nympton

Kirby, Monks (Warws.):
-, sch.,

Kirtling,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, Bansteads man.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, cas.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch., pl.
-, clubs and societies,
-, Conduit ho.,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms, pl.
-, fields,
-, fires,
-, fisheries,
-, guilds,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, Kirtling estate,
-, Kirtling Green,
-, Kirtling Hall, fig.
-, chaplain at,
-, gdns.,
-, pk.,
-, Kirtling Street,
-, Kirtling Tower,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, origins of,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, man.,
-, residents, and see Frawine
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, Upend in,
-, farms,
-, housing,
-, inns,
-, shops,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars, and see Colebrook
-, village greens,
-, village hall,
-, woodland,

Knight:
-, Edw. (fl. 1840),
-, Rob. (d. 1814),
-, Rob. (d. 1840),
-, Rob. (d. after 1851),
-, Sam., prebendary of Ely, rector of Burrough Green, vicar of Chippenham,
-, fam.,

Knights Hospitallers, see Hospitallers

Knights man., see Swaffham Prior

Knights Templars, see Templars

Knollys:
-, Cath., w. of Francis, see Carey
-, (Sir) Francis,
-, Sir Rob., and his w. Constance,

Kyriel, see Cryoil

Lackford hund. (Suff.),

Lacon & Co., of Camb.,

La Hogue (off Cotentin, France), battle of,

Lakenheath (Suff.):
-, char.,
-, resident,

'lakes' for fishing,

Lambert, Sam.,

Lambton, John Geo., earl of Durham,

Lamott, Eliz.,

Lancashire, see Belfield; Liverpool; Manchester

Lancaster:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Lancaster:
-, Duchy of, estates,
-, duke of, see John
-, earl of, see Thomas
-, royal ho. of:
-, adherents,
-, arms,

Land Girls,

land surveyors,

landscape gardeners,

Landwade,
-, agric.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, chap.,
-, ch., pl.
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, heath,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, Landwade Hall,
-, Landwade, Lt.,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, streams,
-, tithes,
-, and see Aelfsige

Lane, Erasmus, rector of Lt. Wilbraham,

Laney, Benj., bp. of Ely and Lincoln, master of Pembroke Coll., Camb.,

Lanfranc, abp. of Canterbury, n

Langham:
-, John,
-, Simon, bp. of Ely,

Langley:
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, w. of Hen., see Ansty

Langton:
-, John, chancellor, rector of Burwell St. Mary's,
-, Wal., bp. of Lichfield, treasurer,

Lansing, Mrs. K.,

Lark, river,
-, baptisms in,
-, navigation on, and see Isleham Lode

Laudian clergy,

laundries,

Lavenham:
-, Joan, w. of Wm. (fl. before 1340),
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1230),
-, Thos. (another, fl. c. 1260-74),
-, Wm. (fl. 1260-85),
-, Wm. (another, fl. before 1340),
-, fam.,

Lavenham (Suff.):
-, clothiers,
-, man., n

Lawrence, bp. of Rochester,

Lawrence:
-, (or Wardeboys), John, abbot of Ramsey,
-, Rob. (fl. from 1605, d. 1650),
-, Rob. (? another, fl. 1632-50),
-, Sarah, m. John Child,

lawyers,

Layton:
-, Fred.,
-, John,
-, Mary,

Le Pin abbey (Vienne, France),

Le Strange, Sir Nic., and see Strange

Leader:
-, H. C.,
-, Miriam, w. of H. C., see Dunn Gardner

leather goods and workers,

lectures and sermons in churches, endowed,

Lee:
-, Agnes, w. of Edm., m. Ric. Gill,
-, Edm.,
-, Eliz.,
-, Wm. at (fl. 1389-1428),
-, Wm. at (another, fl. 1440s),
-, Wm. (fl. 1491),

Leeds, Edw., rector of Snailwell,

Leeds, duke of, see Osborne

Leez Priory, (nr. Lt. Leighs, Essex),

Leicester:
-, Millicent, w. of Wm. of,
-, Rog. of,
-, Wm. of,

Leicestershire, benefice in,
-, and see Frolesworth; Loughborough

Leigh:
-, Augusta, w. of Geo., see Byron
-, Col. Geo.,

Lemos, Marcos,

Leofman (fl. 976-92),

Leofsige the priest (fl. late 10th cent.) and his brothers,

Leofsige (d. 1044), abbot of Ely,

Leofstan the priest (fl. 975),

Leofwine (fl. 985), s. of earl Hereric,

Leonard, C. P.,

Leopold II, king of the Belgians,

Levitt, Rob., rector of Cheveley, vicar of Woodditton,

Lewes (Suss.), battle of,

Leybourn, Sir John,

leyrwite,

Lichfield, bp. of, see Langton, Wal.

Lidgate (Suff.),
-, Cropley park in,

lime burning and limekilns,

limepits, see quarries

Lincoln (Lincs.):
-, archdeacon, see Gordon, John
-, bp., see Laney
-, cathedral:
-, dean, see Gordon, Geo.
-, precentor, see Gordon, John

Lincolnshire, see Bytham; Lincoln

Linton (Cambs.):
-, priory,
-, resident,

Lionel, duke of Clarence,
-, his w. Eliz., see Burgh, Eliz. de (d. 1363)

Lisle:
-, Alice, w. of Warin de,
-, Alice de, m. Sir John Colville,
-, Beatrice, w. of Rob. de (fl. c. 1240), see Beatrice
-, Cave,
-, Drew,
-, Edm.,
-, Geo.,
-, Sir John de (d. by 1322),
-, John de, Ld. Lisle of Rougemont (d. 1355),
-, John de (another, d. before 1361),
-, John de (d. 1361),
-, John (d. after 1497),
-, Mary, w. of Sir John de (d. by 1322), see Thornton
-, Maud, w. of John de (d. 1355),
-, Nic.,
-, Rob. de (fl. c. 1200),
-, Rob. de (another, d. after 1220),
-, Rob. de (d. c. 1262),
-, Rob. de (d. 1284),
-, Rob. de, Ld. Lisle of Rougemont (d. c. 1342),
-, Rob. de, Ld. Lisle of Rougemont (d. c. 1398),
-, Thos. (d. 1361), bp. of Ely,
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1540),
-, Warin de,
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1400),
-, Sir Wm. (another, d. 1442),
-, Wm. (d. 1637),
-, fam., arms,

Lisles man., see Wilbraham, Gt.

Little Green, in Cheveley, q.v.

Little Ouse, river,

Little Wilbraham:
-, Alice of, m. Wm. Talmasche,
-, Humph. of, and see Sabina
-, Parnel, w. of Humph. of,
-, Wal. of, and see Rus

Littlemore priory, see Sandford

Livermore:
-, Thos.,
-, fam., millers,

Liverpool, trade with,

Livett, fam., solicitors,

Lloyd:
-, Isabella, w. of John, see Nowes
-, Revd. John,
-, and see Floyd

Lloyds Bank,

lock-ups or cages, village, pl.

Lode, formerly hamlet in Bottisham,
-, agric.,
-, bdry.,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, droveways (fen),
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, housing estates,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, mills,
-, moor,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, pk., see Anglesey: Abbey
-, pop.,
-, rly. station,
-, residents,
-, roads,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, streets,
-, suburban growth,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village green,
-, village hall,

lodes, see Bottisham; Burwell: Burwell Lode; Isleham; Reach; Soham: Soham Lode; Swaffham (Bulbeck); Wicken
-, navigation on,

Lofts:
-, G.,
-, fam.,

Loggan:
-, Dinah, w. of Wm.,
-, Eliz., m. - Kerman,
-, Mary, m. - Ware, John Pickett,
-, Wm.,

Lollards and other medieval heretics,

London,
-, bp., see Ste-Mère-Eglise
-, buses to,
-, chant. at,
-, Charterhouse, master of,
-, Chesterfield Ho. in,
-, city:
-, aldermen,
-, chamberlain,
-, mayor or ld., mayor,
-, Mercers' Co.,
-, financiers,
-, hospitals, see St. Bartholomew's; St. Thomas's; Savoy
-, ind.,
-, mkt. for Cambs. produce,
-, merchants and mercers,
-, nonconf.,
-, places in:
-, Brixton,
-, Clerkenwell,
-, Covent Garden,
-, East End:
-, immigrants from,
-, evacuees from,
-, Gray's Inn,
-, Shoreditch,
-, West End,
-, police (from Scotland Yd.),
-, priory, see St. Mary Overy
-, professions,
-, residents, and see London: professions and tradesmen
-, roads to,
-, St. Paul's cath., canon of, see Fulbourn, Wm. (d. 1391)
-, tradesmen,
-, travel to,

Longmeadow, in Bottisham, q.v.

Longueville priory (Seine-Maritime, France),

Lord Chancellor, patronage of,

lords and tenants, disputes and agreements,

Loughborough (Leics.):
-, bell founders,

Love, A. E. vicar of Cherry Hinton,

Loveday:
-, And.,
-, Anne, w. of Rog. (d. 1375), m. John Pot,
-, Cath., m. Rog. Tichborne,
-, Joan, w. of Wm. (d. 1307),
-, Marg., m. John Simond,
-, Ric.,
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1287),
-, Rog. (d. 1375),
-, Sybil, w. of Sir Rog. (d. 1287), m. Wm. Ormsby,
-, Wm. (d. 1317),
-, Wm. (d. after 1336),
-, fam.,

Lovell (Lovel):
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1567),
-, Sir Francis (d. 1552),
-, Sir Francis (d. c. 1624),
-, Sir Gregory,
-, Fulk, archdeacon of Colchester, rector of Burwell St. Mary's,
-, Isabel, w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1524), see Roos
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1524),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1567),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1604),
-, Thos. (another, fl. 1610),
-, fam., Lds. Lovell,

Lovetot:
-, Adam or Edm. (? more than one),
-, Sir John (d. 1295),
-, John (d. c. 1305),
-, John (fl. 1334-46),
-, Marg., m. Wm. Wimpole,

Lovetots man., see Wilbraham, Gt.

Lovett, Thos.,

Loveyn:
-, Marg., m. Ric. Chamberlain (d. 1399), Sir Phil. Sinclair,
-, Marg., w. of Sir Nic. (d. 1375), see Pulteney
-, Sir Nic. (d. 1375),
-, Nic. (d. by 1390),

Lowe, David,

Lubbesthorpe (Leics.):
-, ld.,

Lucas:
-, Chas.,
-, Edm.,
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Lucy:
-, Alice, w. of Sir Thos., see Higford
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Luke, Wm. s. of, see William

Lukyn:
-, Isaac,
-, Lydia, w. of Isaac, see Thornton
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1536),
-, Wm. (? the same, fl. 1560),
-, fam.,

Lushington, fam.,

'Lutting', atheling (fl. 7th or 8th cent.),

Lutyens, Sir Edwin, architect,

Lutt, Thos.,

Lynch, Alice,

'Lynne, Ld.', see Townshend, Chas.

machinery, see agricultural machinery

madder,

Madingley:
-, ld.,
-, reservoir,

Magdalene College, Camb.:
-, estates,
-, master, see Duport

Mailleler, Rainer de,

Mainer, sons of, see Osbert

Mainprice, Geo.,

mains sewerage, and see sewage farms and works, for cross references under parishes.

Malalney:
-, Hugh de,
-, Peter de,

Malden:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Maldon (Essex):
-, battle of,
-, resident,

Malebisse:
-, Hugh,
-, his w., see Beatrice arms,

Malet, Rob.,

Malletts man., see Cherry Hinton

Malmesbury, see William of

Malory:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Wm., see Pecche
-, Ellen, m. Sir John Bernard (d. 1452),
-, Marg., w. of Simon,
-, Sir Wm.,

malt and malting,

malt silver,

Malton, in Orwell, q.v.

Manchester (Lancs.), schoolmaster from,

Mandeville:
-, Geof. de (d. c. 1100),
-, Geof. de, earl of Essex (d. 1144),
-, Geof. de, earl of Essex (d. 1166),
-, Rohese, w. of Geof. de (d. 1144), see Vere
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1116),
-, Wm. de, earl of Essex (d. 1189),
-, fam.,

Manea (I. Ely), fen in,

mangolds,

Mann, fam.,

Manners:
-, Sir Baldwin de,
-, Chas., duke of Rutland (d. 1787),
-, Chas., duke of Rutland, formerly marquess of Granby (d. 1888),
-, Chas. Cecil John, duke of Rutland,
-, Eustace de,
-, Ld. Geo., and his w. Adeliza,
-, Hen. de,
-, John, marquess of Granby (d. 1770),
-, John, duke of Rutland (d. 1779),
-, John Hen., duke of Rutland,
-, John Jas. Rob., duke of Rutland,
-, Phil. de,
-, Rob. de,
-, Simon de,
-, Thos., earl of Rutland, formerly Ld. Roos,
-, Wal. de (fl. 1202),
-, Wal. de (? another, fl. 1235),
-, Wm. de (fl. 1190),
-, Wm. de (d. 1265),
-, fam., dukes and earls of Rutland,
-, fam., of Carbrooke (Norf.),

Manners fee, see Teversham

Manners man., see Fulbourn

Maplestead (Essex),

Mapletoft, Rob., dean of Ely, vicar of Soham,

March, Eliz.,

March, earls of, see Mortimer

Mare:
-, Florence de la, m. Phil. de Orreby, Nic. Fraunceys,
-, John de la,
-, Parnel, w. of John de la, see Dunstanville
-, fam.,

Margaret of France, queen of Edw. I,

Margaret of Scotland, m. Hubert de Burgh, earl of Kent,

Margetson:
-, Alice, w. of John, m. Geo. Carpenter,
-, Jas., abp. of Armagh,
-, John,
-, Sarah, m. Brabazon Ponsonby, earl of Bessborough,

Margetts:
-, John,
-, Sarah, [m.] John, see Dunn Gardner
-, and see Dunn Gardner; Townshend

marinas,

market gardens and nurseries, and see garden centres

markets, see Bottisham; Burwell; Fordham; Reach; Soham; Wilbraham, Gt.

marl and marlpits,

Marlborough, dchsses. of, seeChurchill, Henrietta and Sarah

Marsh:
-, Alice, w. of Thos. (d. 1587),
-, Dorothy, w. of Thos. (d. 1640), see Horsley
-, Edw.
-, Grace, m. Dr. Wm. Parker (d. by 1701),
-, Marg., w. of Thos. (d. 1657),
-, Thos. (d. 1587),
-, Thos. (d. 1624),
-, Thos. (d. 1649),
-, Thos. (d. 1657),
-, (Sir) Thos. (d. 1677),

Marshal:
-, Alice, m. Edw. Montagu,
-, Marg., ctss. and dchss. of Norfolk, m. John Segrave, Ld.
-, Segrave,
-, Maud, m. 1 Hugh Bigod, earl of Norfolk (d. 1225), 2 Wm. de
-, Warenne, earl of Surrey,
-, Ric., earl of Pembroke,
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke,
-, fam., earls Marshal and of Pembroke,

Marshall:
-, D. G.,
-, Sir Arthur,
-, Mic.,
-, M.,

Marshalls Aerospace and Engineering, of Camb.,
-, factories,

Martin:
-, E. S.,
-, Jas.,
-, Jas. Thos.,
-, John (fl. 1603),
-, John (d. 1767),
-, John (d. 1794),
-, Jos.,
-, Thos. (d. 1765),
-, Thos. (d. 1821),
-, fam.,

Marvellous:
-, Ric. the,
-, Thos. the,
-, fam.,

Mary I,

maslin,

Mason, fam.,

Masters, Rob., curate of Lt. Wilbraham,

Matfrey:
-, Ralph,
-, Rob. (d. by 1268),
-, Rob. (fl. 1279),

Maud (Matilda), the Empress (d. 1167),

Maud, dau. of John s. of Waleran, m. Hasculf de Tany,

May Day,

Maynard:
-, Sir John (d. 1655),
-, Sir John (d. c. 1660),
-, Kath., w. of Sir John (d. c. 1660), see Rushout
-, Mary, m. 1 Francis Buller (d. 1678-9), 2 Wm. Adams, 3 Sir
-, Rushout Cullen,
-, her sons by Buller,
-, fam.,

McCalmont:
-, Maj. D. M. B.,
-, Col. Hen. Leslie Blundell,

McLaren, Donald,

McVities, biscuit mfrs.,

medical equipment supply,

Mellershe:
-, Cecily, w. of -, see Ansty
-, John,

Mercia, kingdom of,

Merest:
-, Hen. Jas.,
-, Jas.,
-, Jas. Drage,
-, Revd. John Wm. Drage,
-, fam.,

merino sheep,

Merry, S. W., vicar of Isleham,

metal working, see foundries

Metcalf:
-, Jas.,
-, Rob., vicar of Burwell,
-, Wm.,

Methodists, and see Ely and
-, Mildenhall, s.v. Methodist circuits
-, Primitive, n, and see camp meetings
-, Wesleyan,

Micklethwaite:
-, Jos., vct. Micklethwaite,
-, Thos.,

Middlesex, see Dyrham; Hackney; Isleworth; Syon

migration, see emigration

Mildenhall (Suff.),
-, airfield,
-, ind.,
-, land in,
-, nonconf.,
-, Wesleyan Methodist circuit,
-, resident,
-, roads to,
-, West Row in,

Mileham (Norf.), honor of,

mills, types of:
-, steam mills,
-, water mills,
-, windmills, pl.
-, post mills,
-, smock mills,
-, tower mills,
-, and see under parishes, s.v. mills

mills, uses of:
-, drainage and pumping,
-, fulling,
-, paper making,
-, saw mill,

millwrights,

Milton (Cambs.):
-, ld.,
-, poor relief,

Milton Keynes (Bucks.),

Milwaukee (Wisconsin, U. S. A.),

mineral water production,

Mingay, Geo., rector of Kennett,

Min. of Agriculture,

Min. of Food,

mission churches, halls, and rooms, see Bottisham: Longmeadow; Burwell; Isleham; Six Mile Bottom; Upware; Wicken

Mitcham, fam.,

Mitchell Hall man. see Swaffham Bulbeck

moated sites,

Mochettes man., see Ditton, Fen

Mohammed bin Rashid al-Makhtoum, Sheikh,

Molineux:
-, Cath., w. of Crisp, see Montgomery
-, Crisp,
-, Geo.,

molland and molmen,

Momplers man., see Swaffham Bulbeck

Monceaux:
-, Alice de, m. Sir Thos. Peverel,
-, Ingram de,
-, Waleran de (fl. 1205),
-, Waleran de (fl. 1279),
-, Wm. de,
-, fam.,

Monkwick man., see Woodditton

Montagu:
-, Alice, w. of Edw., see Marshal
-, Edw.,
-, Joan, m. Wm. Ufford, earl of Suffolk,

Montagu, marquess, see Neville, John

Montfort:
-, Parnel, w. of Rob. de, see Dunstanville
-, Rob. de,
-, Simon de, earl of Leicester, adherents of,
-, Wm. de,

Montgomery:
-, Cath., m. Crisp Molineux,
-, Geo.,

Mont St. Michel abbey (Manche, France),

Moody, Rob.,

Moore:
-, Elijah,
-, Sir Jacob,
-, Reuben,
-, fam., millers,

Moptyd, Lawr., master of Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., rector of Teversham,

Morbey, Chas.,

Mordaunt:
-, Edm.,
-, Wm.,

Morden, fam.,

Morgan:
-, J. Pierpont, millionaire,
-, fam.,

Morley, A.,

Morley Precision Engineering,

Mormons,

Morris, Revd. W. G., and his w. Charlotte G.,

Morriss, Hen. Ernest, and his fam.,

mort d'ancestor, assize of,

Mortimer:
-, Edm. (fl. 1463),
-, Eliz., w. of Edm., see Astley
-, John (fl. 1450), vicar of Isleham,
-, Sir John (d. 1504),
-, Joyce, w. of Rob. de, see Zouche
-, Marg., w. of Sir John (d. 1504), see Neville
-, Rob. de,
-, fam., earls of March,
-, arms,

Mortlock:
-, C. T., rector of Snailwell,
-, fam., bankers,

Morval (Cornw.):
-, residents,

motor car manufacture, pl.

motor cycle scrambling,

motorways and dual carriageways,

Mott, Wm.,

Mould, W. H.,

Moulton (Suff.),
-, ind.,
-, man.,
-, roads to,

Mounpellers, Thos.,

Mountford, Wm.,

Mowbray:
-, Anne, m. Ric., duke of York,
-, Eleanor, w. of John (d. 1461),
-, Eliz. (d. 1375), w. of John (d. 1361), see Vere
-, Eliz. (d. 1425), w. of Thos. (d. 1399), m. 3 Sir Rob. Goushill, m. 4 Sir Gerard Usflete,
-, Eliz. (d. c. 1506), w. of John (d. 1476),
-, John, Ld. Mowbray (d. 1361),
-, his w., see Vere, Eliz. de (d. 1375)
-, John, earl of Nottingham (d. 1383),
-, John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1432),
-, John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1461),
-, John, duke of Norfolk (d. 1476),
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk,
-, fam., dukes of Norfolk, and their heirs,

Muggleton, fam.,

Muir, Edwin, poet,

Munday, John, rector of Lt. Wilbraham,

murdrum fine,

Murfitt, Thos.,

Murray:
-, Maria, w. of Patrick, see North, Maria (d. 1762)
-, Patrick, Ld. Elibank,

Musard, Emma,

Muschet:
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1166),
-, Wm. (d. 1228),
-, Wm. (fl. 1269-79),
-, Wm. (fl. 1336-67),

Musgrave:
-, Peter,
-, Thos., abp. of York,

music (excl. church choirs and organs), and see concerts; piano making

mustard,

Mutlow Hill, in Lt. Wilbraham, q.v.

Myrfin, Edw.,

Nasmith, Jas., rector of Snailwell,

National Agricultural Labourers' Union,

National Hunt races,

National Society (for Ch. schs.),

National Stud,

National Trust,

nature reserves,

Navy, treasurer of, see Russell, Sir Wm. (d. 1654); Russell, Edw.

Naylor, R. C.,

Neal, Thene,

Neketon:
-, Alice, w. of Thos., see Hastings
-, Thos.,

Ness, fam.,

Netherhall man., see Cherry Hinton

Netherhall Tyndalls and Wygorns man., see Soham

Netherlands, see Rotterdam

Neville:
-, Alan,
-, Anne (d. 1483), m. Ric., duke of Gloucester,
-, Anne (d. c. 1486), m. Sir Wm. Stanley,
-, Anne (d. 1492), w. of Ric., see Beauchamp
-, Isabel (d. 1472), w. of John, see Ingoldisthorpe
-, Isabel (d. 1476), m. George 'Plantagenet', duke of Clarence,
-, John, marquess Montagu,
-, Lucy, m. Sir Ant. Browne (d. 1506),
-, Marg., m. Sir John Mortimer, Chas. Brandon, duke of Suffolk, Rob. Downes,
-, Peter,
-, Ric., earl of Warwick,
-, Thos., master of Trinity Coll., Camb., rector of Teversham,

New Brunswick (New Jersey, U.S.A.), mus. at,

New College, Oxford,

Newburn, John,

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, trade with,

'Newenam':
-, - (fl. after 1464),
-, Mary, w. of -, see Peyton

Newent:
-, Anne, w. of Rog., see Bassingbourn
-, Rog.,

Newhall man., see Isleham

Newington Longeville priory (Oxon.),

Newman:
-, Dudley,
-, J. L.,
-, fam.,

Newmarket (partly Suff.),
-, All Sts. ch.,
-, Bd. of Health,
-, bdry.,
-, buses to,
-, bypass,
-, carriage to,
-, cemetery,
-, clubs,
-, Co-operative Soc.,
-, curate,
-, distance from,
-, doctor,
-, eccl. par. (All Sts.),
-, vicarage,
-, inns and hotels,
-, mkt.,
-, mills,
-, Newmarket Heath,
-, Newmarket Palace,
-, nonconf.,
-, police station,
-, poor-law union,
-, pop.,
-, professions,
-, racing at, and see horse racing
-, racing stables,
-, rly.,
-, station,
-, rector, see Turner, Hen.
-, residents,
-, roads to, and see turnpike roads
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, rural district,
-, council,
-, St. Mary's vicarage,
-, sch.,
-, sewage works,
-, shops,
-, streets,
-, suburban growth,
-, trade with,
-, urban district,
-, visitors,
-, Exning ward, see Exning
-, work at,

Newmarket Racecourse Trust,

Newmarket Rly. Co.,

Newnham, in Burwell, q.v.

Newnham, in Isleham, q.v.

Newnham End, in Swaffham Bulbeck, q.v.

Newport:
-, And.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, Allen, Ltd. gravel mts.,

newspapers, see Cambridge Independent Press; Soham and Newmarket Advertiser; Soham Gazette

Newton:
-, John,
-, Neville,

Newton (Cambs.), Newton Manor in,

Newton (I. Ely):
-, landowners,

Nicholas, fam.,

Nicholls, F. L.,

Nicholson, Miss,

Nigel, bp. of Ely (d. 1169),

Nigel, s. of Rob. the chamberlain, (d. c. 1190), n,

night schools, see schools

Nixon, Edw.,

Noble, Francis,

Nonant:
-, Hen. de,
-, Isabel, w. of Hen. de, see Bolbec

nonconformity and religious sects, and see 'Anabaptists'; Baptists; Christian Brethren; Congregationalists; Family of Love; Free Churches; Independents; Lollards; Methodists; Plymouth Brethren; Presbyterians; Quakers; Roman Catholics; Salvation Army; Unitarians; United Reformed Church
-, and see religious groups and opinions

Norfolk, fam.,

Norfolk:
-, ctss. of, see Brewes; Marshal, Maud
-, ctss. and dchss. of, see Marshal, Marg.
-, dukes of, see Howard; Mowbray
-, earls of, see Bigod; Thomas

Norfolk,
-, ind.,
-, land in,
-, residents,
-, and see Banham; Beachamwell; Castle Acre; Denver; Feltwell; Gunthorpe; Harling; Ingham; Kimberley; King's Lynn; Mileham; Norwich; Pattesley; Raynham; Reydon; Ryburgh; Sandringham; St. Benet's; Twynham; Walpole; Waxham; Wormegay

Norfolk sheep,

Norman, Wm.,

Norreys:
-, Mary, w. of Rob. le (d. 1253), see Fleming
-, Rob. le (d. 1253),
-, Rob. le (d. after 1316),
-, fam.,

North:
-, Anne (d. 1681), w. of Dudley (d. 1670),
-, Anne (d. 1797), w. of Francis (d. 1792),
-, Chas. (d. after 1660),
-, Chas., Ld. North and Grey (d. 1691),
-, Dorothy Anne, m. - Graham, - Bowlby,
-, Dudley, Ld. North (d. 1666),
-, Dudley, Ld. North (d. 1670),
-, Sir Edw., later Ld. North, pl.
-, Frances, w. of Dudley (d. 1666),
-, Francis, earl of Guilford, Ld. North (d. 1790),
-, Francis, earl of Guilford, Ld. North, prime minister (d. 1792),
-, Francis, earl of Guilford (d. 1817),
-, Frederica, w. of W. H. J.,
-, Fred., Ld. North,
-, Geo. Augustus, earl of Guilford,
-, John,
-, J. D., Ld. North,
-, (formerly Doyle), J. S. L., Ld. North,
-, Kath., w. of Chas, (d. 1690), m. Francis Russell (d. 1696),
-, Maria (d. 1762), w. of Wm., m. Patrick Murray, Ld. Elibank,
-, Maria (d. 1847), m. John Crichton-Stuart, marquess of Bute,
-, Rog., Ld. North (d. 1600), pl.
-, Rog. (d. 1734), biographer,
-, Susan, Lady North, m. J. S. L. Doyle (later North),
-, Wm., Ld. North and Grey,
-, W. F. J., Ld. North,
-, W. H. J., Ld. North,
-, fam., Lds. North,
-, household of,

Northamptonshire:
-, resident,
-, and see Abington; Fotheringay

Northumberland, earls of, see Percy

Northumberland, see Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Norton, John, vicar of Swaffham Prior St. Mary's,

Norwich:
-, Hen.,
-, Steph.,

Norwich (Norf.):
-, agric. shows,
-, bank,
-, bps., and see Ayreminne: Raleigh; Wren
-, chaplains to,
-, dioc.,
-, benefices in,
-, professions,
-, roads to,
-, trade with,

Nottingham:
-, archdeacon of, see Bottisham, Wm.
-, earl of, see Mowbray, John (d. 1383)

Nottinghamshire, see Ratcliffe-on-Soar

Nowes:
-, Chas.,
-, Isabella, m. John Lloyd,
-, Jane, m. Geo. Read,

Noyers, Wm. de,

Noyes:
-, Finch,
-, John,

Nutley abbey (Bucks.),

Nympton, King's (Devon):
-, ld.,

Oakington, land in,

O'Callaghan, Col. and Mrs. Marg.,

occupations, distribution of:
-, 17th-cent.,
-, 19th-cent.,
-, 20th-cent.,

Oda, abp. of Canterbury,

Oddfellows, Society of (Manchester Unity),

Odo, bp. of Bayeux,

Oddy, Jos., preacher,

officers, less common, see bread weighers; fenreeves; fieldreeves; haywards; herdsmen; pinders; surveyors

Offley (Herts.), Putteridge in,

Okes:
-, John (fl. 1831-3),
-, John (? the same, fl. 1875),

Olaf, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

old people's homes and housing,

Old Suffolk Road,

Oldhall:
-, Edm.,
-, Mary, m. Wal. Gorges,
-, Sir Wm.,

Olive:
-, Alice, m. - Boys,
-, John (d. by 1330),
-, John (d. c. 1350),
-, Wm. (d. 1361),
-, Wm. (d. by 1366),

Oliver (Olyver):
-, Dorothy,
-, John,
-, Rob. (d. 1596),
-, Rob. (fl. 1611),
-, fam.,

Olorenshaw, J. F.,

Ongar (Essex),

Onslow (later Williams), John, and his w. Charlotte (née Abdy),

orchards and fruit growing,

Ordgar (fl. 1066), sheriff of Cambs.,

Ordmaer (fl. 1066-86),

O'Reilly, Paddy,

Orford. earl of, see Russell, Edw.

organic husbandry,

Ormond (or Butler):
-, Anne, m. Jas. St. Leger,
-, John,
-, Mary, m. Sir Wm. Boleyn,
-, Thos., earl of Ormond,

Ormond, earls of, see Boleyn, Thos.; Ormond

Ormsby:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Oron, Gerard d',

orphanages,

Orreby:
-, Florence, w. of Phil. de, see Mare, de la
-, Joan de, m. Hen. Percy, Ld. Percy (d. 1368),
-, John de, Ld. Orreby (d. 1328),
-, John de (d. 1354),
-, Marg., w. of John de (d. 1354),
-, Phil. de,

Ortona bus co.,

Ortulus Artium or Anime (bk.), and n

Orwell (Cambs.), Malton in, n

Osbaldistone, Sir Littleton, Bt.,

Osbert and William sons of Mainer, and Wm.'s son Robert,

Osbert, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Osborne:
-, Mary, w. of Thos., see Godolphin
-, Thos., duke of Leeds,

osiers,

Oslar, Thos.,

Oswald, St., bp. of Worcester,

Oswestry (Salop):
-, ld.,

Oswin (fl. c. 1000),

Oswulf (fl. c. 1000), and his w. Leofflaed,

Oswulf, Grim s. of, see Grim

Othwulf (fl. before 940),
-, his son, see Edwin

Ouse, see Great Ouse; Little Ouse

Outwell (I. Ely), land in,

Overbury Ct. (in Overbury, Worcs.),

overseas trade, and see ships

Owers, fam.,

Oxford, earls of, see Vere

Oxford university:
-, colleges, see Cardinal; New

Oxfordshire:
-, resident,
-, and see Brightwell Baldwin; Dorchester; Newington Longeville; Rewley; Rycote; Sandford; Wroxton

Pabenham:
-, Cath., w. of Jas., see Trailly
-, Margery, m. Sir Wm. Hugford,

packaging, corrugated,

Paget, Sir Wm.,

Paine & Brettle, solicitors,

paint making,

Painter, Alice, w. of -, m. Thos. Greenhall,

paintings, mural, pl.

Pakenham:
-, Edm. (d. by 1321),
-, Edm. (d. by 1350),
-, Mary, w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Eufemia, her sis.,
-, Sir Thos.,

Pakenham (Suff.):
-, resident,

Palgrave, Ralph of, vicar of Ashley, n

Palmer, fam.,

Pamphlyn:
-, John,
-, Wm., and see Pamplin

Pampisford:
-, Hall,
-, ld.,
-, man.,
-, residents,

Pamplin:
-, Elijah,
-, Geo.,
-, Wal.,
-, Bros., brewers,

Panfield priory (Essex),

Panton:
-, Thos. (d. 1782),
-, Thos. (d. 1808), and his trustees,

papal provision, see provision

paper making,

Papworth:
-, Alice, w. of Sir Wm., see Engaine
-, Chas.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam., arms,

Paris, man born at,

Parish, W. S., vicar of Cherry Hinton,

Parker:
-, Alex. (d. c. 1679),
-, Alex. (d. 1720),
-, Alex. (d. 1734),
-, Eliz. (d. 1629), w. of Thos. (d. 1646), see Hobson
-, Eliz. (d. 1713), w. of Alex. (d. c. 1679),
-, Eliz. (d. c. 1753), w. of Wm. (d. 1728),
-, Eliz. (d. 1789), m. Wm. Hammond,
-, Geo.,
-, Grace (d. 1706), w. of Wm. (d. by 1701), see Marsh
-, Grace (d. 1781),
-, (or Yate), John,
-, Simon,
-, Thos. (fl. 1430-50),
-, Thos. (d. 1646),
-, Thos. (d. 1684), n
-, Thos. (d. 1695),
-, Dr. Wm. (d. by 1701),
-, Wm. (another, d. 1709),
-, Wm. (d. 1728),
-, Wm. (d. 1776),
-, fam., and see Hammond

Parry, Thos. Gambier, designer,

Parvin, Sydney,

Parys, Phil.,

Paske, A. R.,

Passelewe:
-, Cath., m. Wm. Giffard,
-, Hamon,
-, Maud, w. of Hamon, see Barrow

pastimes, see sports for cross references

Paston:
-, Agnes, w. of Wm.,
-, Edm.
-, Erasmus,
-, John (d. 1466),
-, Sir John (d. 1479),
-, John (d. 1503),
-, Wm. (d. 1444),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1554),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1610),

Patmer:
-, Agnes de,
-, Hen. de,
-, Phil. de, and his w. Alice,
-, Wal. de,

Pattesley (Norf.), land in,

Paul:
-, T. D.,
-, fam.,

Payne:
-, Hen. (fl. from 1550, d. 1568),
-, Hen. (fl. 1625-35),
-, John,
-, Nic.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Peachey:
-, E. W.,
-, Rog., vicar of Isleham,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Peacock, Ric., vicar of Swaffham Prior,

Pearce:
-, (later Pearce-Serocold), Edw.,
-, Wm., dean of Ely, master of Jesus Coll., Camb.,
-, his w., see Serocold, Anne

Pearce-Serocold:
-, Edw., see Pearce
-, Capt. Wal.,
-, fam., and see Serocold

Peasants' Revolt,

peat, and see turbary and turf cutting

Pecche:
-, Edm.,
-, Anne, m. Sir Wm. Malory,
-, Gilb. (d. 1212),
-, Gilb. (d. 1291),
-, Hamon (d. after 1178),
-, Hamon (d. 1241),
-, Joan, w. of Gilb. (d. 1291),
-, Joan, m. Sir Wm. la Zouche (d. after 1358),
-, Joan (another), w. of Sir Thos., m. John Avenel,
-, John,
-, Ralph,
-, Sir Thos. (? d. 1311),
-, Sir Thos, (another, d. by 1345),
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam., of Bourn,

Pecham, John, abp. of Canterbury,

Peckbridge:
-, John,
-, Marg., w. of John, see Pulteney

Pedder, Wm., and his son,

Peek Frean, biscuit mfrs.,

Pelham:
-, Joan, w. of Sir John,
-, Sir John,

Pembroke:
-, ctss. of, see St. Pol
-, duke of, see Tudor
-, earls of, see Hastings; Marshal; Valence

Pembroke College, Camb.,
-, estates,
-, fellows,
-, masters, see Laney; Ridley
-, patronage,

Pembrokeshire, see Castle Martin

Penafort, Raymond of, canonist, bk. by,

penance, public,

Peniston, Jos., curate of Fordham,

Pennystone, Thos.,

Pentecostalists,

perambulations, see beating bounds

Percy:
-, Agnes de, m. Joscelin de Louvain,
-, Alan de (d. c. 1135),
-, Alan (fl. 1512-32),
-, Cath., m. Edm. Grey, Ld. Grey of Ruthyn,
-, Eliz. w. of Hen. (d. 1432),
-, Emma, w. of Wm. de (d. c. 1096), see Port
-, Hen., Ld. Percy (d. 1368),
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1407),
-, Hen., 'of Atholl' (d. 1432), and his dau.,
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1455),
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1461),
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1489),
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1527),
-, Hen., earl of Northumberland (d. 1537),
-, Mary, m. John Roos, Ld. Roos,
-, Maud de, m. Wm. de Beaumont, earl of Warwick,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1096),
-, Wm. de (d. c. 1175),
-, Wm. de (d. 1245),
-, fam.,

Pering:
-, Capt. G. H.,
-, his dau., see Sickles

Perkins, John, rector of Fulbourn St.
-, Vigor's, vicar of Fulbourn All
-, Sts.,

Perrers, Alice,

Peter of Dreux, count of Brittany,

Peter of Savoy, ld. of Richmond,

Peter the butler, and see Eye

Peterborough (Northants.):
-, bp., patronage of,
-, trade with,

Peterhouse, Camb.,
-, bldgs.,
-, estates,
-, fellows,
-, masters, and see Holbrooke; Porter; Walker, T. A.; Wren
-, patronage,

Peters, W.,

Petre:
-, John, Ld. Petre,
-, Rob., Ld. Petre,
-, Thomasina, m. Lewis Greville,
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1572),
-, Wm., Ld. Petre (d. 1637),
-, Wm., Ld. Petre (d. 1693),
-, fam.,

Peverel:
-, Alice, w. of Sir Thos., see Monceaux
-, Sir Thos.,

Peyton:
-, Chris.,
-, Maj. D. C. W.,
-, Sir Edw., Bt.,
-, Eliz., w. of Chris., see Hyde
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Rob. (d. 1518), see Clere
-, Eustace,
-, Frances, w. of Sir Rob. (d. 1550),
-, Francis,
-, Grace, w. of John (d. 1416), see Burgoyne
-, Sir John (d. c. 1400),
-, John (d. c. 1402-3),
-, John (d. 1416),
-, John (d. 1432),
-, John (d. 1485),
-, John (d. 1508),
-, John (d. c. 1520),
-, John (fl. to 1528),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1616), pl.
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1666),
-, Marg., w. of Sir John (d. c. 1400), see Gernon
-, Marg., w. of Thos. (d. 1464), m. 2 - 'Newenam',
-, Ric.,
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1518),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1550),
-, Rob. (d. 1590), pl.
-, Thos. (d. 1464),
-, Thos. (another, d. by 1483),
-, Thos. (d. 1484),
-, Thos. (d. 1490),
-, Thos. (fl. 1630-65),
-, fam.,
-, arms,
-, mon., pl.
-, Society of Virginia,

Phelip:
-, Cath., w. of Wm. (d. by 1405), see Chamberlain
-, Eliz., m. John Beaumont, vct. Beaumont,
-, Gillian, w. of Wm. (d. by 1405), see Bardolf
-, Wm. (d. by 1405),
-, (Sir) Wm., Ld. Bardolf (d. 1441),

Philadelphia (Pennsylvania, U. S. A.),
-, resident,

Philippa of Hainault, queen of Edw. III,

Philipson, Maj. Thirlwall,

Phillips, John Wynfoord, vct. St. Davids,

Phillips, electronics firm,

photographers,

piano making,

Pickett:
-, John,
-, Mary, w. of John, see Loggan

Picot, sheriff of Cambridgeshire,

Picot:
-, Aubrey,
-, Hen.,
-, Peter (d. c. 1212),
-, Peter (d. 1224),
-, Ralph,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. c. 1237),
-, Wm. (d. 1283),
-, fam.,

Pigot, Ric.,

Pike, John,

pillory,

pinders,

Pinks, horse butchers,

Pitsford (Northants.):
-, Agnes, w. of Sir Phil. of, see Hastings
-, Sir Phil. of,

plague, see Black Death

Plantagenet, Edw., earl of Warwick, and see George

Playford, Wm.,

plays (theatre),

Pledger:
-, Marg., w. of Thos., see Alington
-, Thos.,

Plemonstall (Ches.):
-, ch.,

plough breaking,

Plough Monday, pl.

ploughing matches,

plumbers, and see glaziers

'Plumpstow', see Plemonstall

Plymouth, earls of, see Windsor

Plymouth Brethren,

poaching,

Poley:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

police and police stations,

Polish air squadron,

political clubs,

Pomeroy, Hen. de la,

Pomfrey, fam.,

Pond, Joan, m. Sir Thos. Hengrave (d. 1419),

Ponsonby:
-, Brabazon, earl of Bessborough,
-, Fred., earl of Bessborough,
-, Sarah, w. of Brabazon, see Margetson
-, Wm., earl of Bessborough,

poor's commons and fens, see Bottisham; Burwell; Chippenham; Isleham; Snailwell; Soham; Stow cum Quy; Swaffham Bulbeck

Pope, the (13th-cent.),

Port:
-, Emma de, m. Wm. de Percy (d. c. 1096),
-, Hugh de,

Porter, Jas., master of Peterhouse, vicar of Cherry Hinton,

Portes, Rog. de,

Portland, duke of, see Bentinck

Poslingford Hall (Suff.),

Pot:
-, Anne, w. of John, see Loveday
-, John,

potatoes,

potting and potteries,

poultry farming,

pounds, manorial and parish,

Povey:
-, John,
-, Justinian,
-, Mary, w. of John, see Goodrick
-, Thos.,

Powell:
-, Mary, w. of Watson, see Clench
-, Watson,

Powles:
-, Ernest, rector of Snailwell,
-, his w.,

Poynings, Luke, and his w. Isabel,

Pratt:
-, Wal.,
-, fam., of Cheveley,

prefabricated houses,

prehistoric remains, see Bottisham; Burwell; Cherry Hinton; Chippenham; Fordham; Fulbourn; Horningsea; Isleham; Snailwell; Soham; Stow cum Quy; Swaffham Bulbeck; Swaffham Prior; Teversham; Wicken; Wilbraham, Gt. and Lt.

Prentices, fertilizer mfrs.,

Presbyterians,

Preston, Thos., vicar of Swaffham Prior,

Prickwillow (I. Ely), road to,

Pridington:
-, Rog. of,
-, fam.,

priests, Anglo-Saxon, see Athelstan; Cenwold; Herulf; Leofstan; Leofwine

Prime, fam.,

Primrose, fam.,

printing and publishing,

Prisot, John,

produce shows, see horticultural shows

Provence, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

provision, papal,

public festivities and processions,

public services and facilities, see allotments; council housing; fire engines; Fulbourn: Fulbourn Asylum; gas; lock-ups; old people's homes; police; pounds; street lighting; reading rooms; sanitation; village halls; water supply

Pugh, Wm., vicar of Bottisham,

Pulteney:
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., w. of Sir John, m. 2 Sir Nic. Loveyn,
-, Marg., w. of Sir Wm., m. 2 John Peckbridge,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, his coheirs,

punitive instruments, see cucking stool; gallows; pillory; stocks; tumbrel; whipping stool

puritans,

Putteridge, see Offley

Pycroft. Eliz.,

Pye Electronics and Telecommunications,

Quakers,

quarries and quarrying,

Quatermains:
-, Ric.,
-, Sybil, w. of Ric.,

Queen Anne's Bounty,

Queenborough, John,

Queens' College, Camb.,
-, estates,
-, fellows,

queens consort, estates of,

Quinn:
-, H. R.,
-, fam.,

Quy:
-, Felise, w. of - of,
-, Florence, w. of John of (fl. 1273-9),
-, Geof. of,
-, John of (fl. 1265),
-, John of (? another, fl. from 1273, d. by 1279),
-, John of (fl. 1279), rector of East Hatley,
-, John of (another, fl. 1284),
-, Rog. of,
-, Walkelin of,
-, Wm. of (fl. 1235-42),
-, Wm. of (? another, fl. before 1284),
-, fam.,

Quy, see Stow cum Quy

Quy water,

R.A.F., and see airfields (R.A.F.)

rabbit breeding, and see warrens

Rabett:
-, Joan, w. of Reg., see Hildersham
-, Reg.,

Radfield hund.,
-, bailiff,
-, ct.,

radio equipment manufacture,

railway companies, see Great Eastern; Newmarket

railway lines:
-, Cambridge-Ipswich,
-, Cambridge-Mildenhall, via Fordham,
-, Cambridge-Newmarket,
-, Ely-Newmarket,
-, Gt. Chesterford-Newmarket,
-, London-Cambridge,
-, Newmarket-Bury St. Edmunds,
-, private,

railway stations, see Burwell; Cambridge; Cherry Hinton; Fordham; Fulbourn; Isleham; Kennett; Lode; Newmarket; Six Mile Bottom; Soham; Stow cum Quy; Swaffham Prior

Rainald (fl. 1086), and see Reynold

Raleigh, Wm., bp. of Norwich,

Ralph son of Fulk,

Ralph son of Hugh,

Ralph son of Olaf,
-, his dau., see Beatrice

Ramsay:
-, Edw.,
-, John, earl of Holdernesse,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Ramsey abbey (Hunts.),
-, abbots, see Aelfwine; Athelstan; Lawrence, John; Reynold; Walter
-, bldgs.,
-, carriage to,
-, estates,
-, men of,
-, monks, and see Aelfwine; Wulfhun
-, patronage,
-, prior,

Ramseys man., see Burwell

Rant:
-, Eliz.,
-, Joan, w. of John (fl. mid 17th cent.), see Jermy
-, John (d. 1603),
-, John (another, fl. mid 17th-cent.),
-, Rog. (d. 1623),
-, Rog. (d. 1654),
-, Rog. (d. 1684),
-, Rog. (d. 1728),
-, Rog. (d. 1747),
-, Steph., curate of Stow cum Quy,
-, fam.,

Ranulf son of Henry,
-, his w.,

Randolf (Randolph):
-, Steph., rector of Cherry Hinton,
-, Wm.,

Ranulf, Waleran s. of, see Waleran

rape (crop),

Ratcliffe-on-Soar (Notts.):
-, ld.,

Rattee, Jas., sculptor,

Raven, John,

Ravensworth (Yorks. N.R.): lds.,

Ray (Raye):
-, John (fl. 1552),
-, John (? the same, d. 1560),
-, John (d. 1705), naturalist,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Rayner:
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Sarah, w. of Rob., see Hatch
-, fam.,

Rayney, Wm.,

Raynham (Norf.):
-, ld.,

Raysons, organ builders,

Reach, Wm., prior of Anglesey,

Reach,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, bdry.,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, ho. for,
-, Delf (Delves) End,
-, dom. archit.,
-, East Reach,
-, man. ho.,
-, fair,
-, ct.,
-, green, pl.
-, fields,
-, fires,
-, fisheries,
-, guild,
-, hythe, pl.
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, man.,
-, markets,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, residents,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, streets,
-, trade and shipping,
-, village hall,
-, West Reach,

Reach Lode,

Read:
-, Geo.,
-, Jane, w. of Geo., see Nowes

reading rooms, see Bottisham; Burwell; Fulbourn; Isleham; Six Mile Bottom; Soham; Swaffham Prior; Wilbraham, Lt.; Woodditton

Rebell, Rog.,

recluses, see anchorites

recreation grounds, see Ashley; Bottisham; Burwell; Cherry Hinton; Ditton, Fen; Fordham; Fulbourn; Isleham; Kennett; Six Mile Bottom; Soham; Stow cum Quy; Swaffham Bulbeck; Swaffham Prior; Wicken; Wilbraham, Gt. and Lt.

Red Cross organization,

Redundant Churches Fund,

reed gathering, and see sedge

Reeve, Wm.,

Reid, Jas. Bennie,

religious groups and opinions, see atheists; Antinomians; Arminians; Calvinists; Hindu worship; Huguenots; Laudian; Mormons; Pentecostalists; puritans; and see nonconformity

religious orders, see Augustinian; Benedictine; Brigittine; Cistercian; Cluniac; Gilbertine; Sacred Heart

Remigius (fl. 1580-4), paper maker,

Remyn, Simon, rector of Fen Ditton,

restaurants,

Reston, Dr. John, master of Jesus Coll., Camb.,

retail trade, see trades, distributive

return of writs,

Revett:
-, Alice, w. of Sir Thos., m. 2 Thos. Gerard,
-, Griselda, m. Wm. Waldegrave,
-, Sir Thos.,

Rewley abbey (Oxon.);

Reydon (Norf.):
-, ld.,

Reynard the Fox (bk.),

Reynell:
-, Joan, w. of Wal., see Bassingbourn
-, Wal.,

Reynham, Rob.,

Reynold, abbot of Ramsey, and see Rainald

Reynolds, fam.,

Rich, Ric.,

Richard I,

Richard II,
-, supporter of,

Richard III,
-, as duke of Gloucester,

Richard, duke of York (d. 1460),

Richard, duke of York (d. c. 1483),
-, his w., see Mowbray, Anne

Richard son of (or fitz) Count Gilbert, and his s. Roger,

Richard son of Osbert,

Richard the chamberlain,

Richard, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Richardson:
-, Sir Albert, architect,
-, Ant., rector of Kennett,
-, Thos., Ld. Cramond,
-, Wm.,

Richmond (Yorks. W.R.):
-, earls of, and see Alan
-, honor of,
-, bailiff,
-, chamberlain,
-, ct.,
-, estates,
-, lds. of, see Alan; Brittany, counts of; Peter
-, steward,

Rickard:
-, John,
-, Peacock,
-, fam., merchants,

Rickhill:
-, Joan, m. Ric. Bruyn,
-, John,
-, Nic.,
-, Wm.,

Rickman, Thos.,

riding,

Ridley, Nic., master of Pembroke Coll. Camb., vicar of Soham,

rifle shooting,

riots and unrest,
-, anti-Catholic,
-, fen inc., against,
-, political,
-, pro-Royalist,
-, and see animal maiming; arson; Peasants' Revolt; plough breaking; strikes

Riste, Dan.,

roads, ancient, see Icknield way; Street way; Rom. roads; Worts Causeway; Wulves Street

roads, turnpike, see turnpike

Robert son of Henry,

Robert son of Humphrey,

Robert son of William, the constable (fl. before 1194),

Robert son of William (fl. 1200-35),
-, his s., see Henry

Robert the chamberlain,
-, his sons and their sisters, and see George; Nigel

Robert the constable (fl. early 12th cent.),
-, his son Robert (fl. 1166),
-, his dau., see Beatrice

Robert (fl. 1205-27), priest of Fordham hosp.,

Robert, Hen. s. of, see Henry

Robert, John s. of, see John

Robert, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Robert, Wm. s. of, see William

Robins:
-, A. D.,
-, Geo. Bentinck,
-, Geo. Fletcher,
-, Geo. Fred.,
-, Ric.,
-, Ric. Thos.,
-, R. J.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam., of Isleham,

Robinson, H. W., vicar of Isleham,

Rochester (Kent):
-, bps., and see Gundulf; Fisher, John; FitzJames; Hethe; Laurence
-, ct. of,
-, estates,
-, lordship,
-, patronage,
-, peculiar,
-, cathedral priory,
-, forgeries by, n, n
-, dioc.,

Rock Building Soc.,

Rohan, vcts. of, and see Alan

Rolf:
-, Thos. (d. 1529),
-, Thos. (d. c. 1577),
-, fam.,

Roman burials,

Roman Catholics,
-, sch.,

Roman pottery,

Roman remains, see Bottisham; Burwell; Cherry Hinton; Fordham; Fulbourn; Horningsea; Isleham; Lode; Reach; Snailwell; Soham; Swaffham Bulbeck; Swaffham Prior; Wicken; Wilbraham, Gt.

Roman roads,

Roman villas,

Romeley, Rob. de,

Roos (Ros):
-, Eleanor, m. Geo. Manners,
-, Isabel, m. Sir Thos. Lovell (d. 1524),
-, John, Ld. Roos of Helmsley,
-, Mary, w. of John, see Percy

Roos, Ld. see Manners

Root, Rob.,

roots,

rope making,

Roper, Hetty,

Rose:
-, Chas.,
-, Ric.,

Rotterdam, trade with,

'rough music',

Round Course,

Rowe, R. R.,

rowing, and see boating

Rowley Mile,

Royal Suffolk Hussars, chaplain to,

Royston (Cambs. and Herts.):
-, brewers,

Rubens, Sir P. P., painting by,

Rudd, E. J. A. S,

Rudston:
-, Dorothy (fl. 1512), w. of Thos., see Hughson
-, Dorothy (fl. c. 1600), m. Ant. Cage (d. 1603),
-, Eliz., w. of Wm.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Rue, De la, see De la Rue

Rumburgh priory (Suff.),

Rupert, prince, of the Rhine, general,

Rus:
-, Edm. le,
-, Wm., father of Edm. le, see Wilbraham, Lt.
-, fam.,

Ruse:
-, Cyriac,
-, fam.,

Rushbrooke (Suff.):
-, 1d.,

Rushout:
-, Kath., m. I Sir John Maynard (d. c. 1664), Francis Buller (d. 1682),

Russell:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Wm. (d. 1663), see Bendish
-, Adm. Edw., earl of Orford,
-, chaplain,
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1593),
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wm. (d. 1654), see Gerard
-, Eliz. (d. by 1663),
-, Eliz. (d. 1687), m. Hen. Cromwell (d. 1674),
-, Eliz. (fl. to 1711), w. of Wm. (d. 1701), see Cromwell
-, Frances, w. of Sir John (d. 1670), see Cromwell
-, Francis, earl of Bedford (d. 1641),
-, Sir Francis, Bt. (d. 1664),
-, Francis (d. 1696),
-, Gerard,
-, John (d. 1593),
-, Sir John, Bt. (d. 1670),
-, Killiphett,
-, Susannah,
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1574),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1632),
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1654),
-, Sir Wm., kt. (d. 1663),
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1669),
-, Wm., duke of Bedford (d. 1700),
-, Wm. (d. 1701),
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1707),
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. c. 1714),
-, fam., Lds. Russell of Thornhaugh,
-, fam., of Chippenham,

Rust:
-, J. C., vicar of Soham,
-, Thos.,

Ruston, Lt.-Col. Reg. Seward,

Rutland, dukes and earls of, see Manners

Ryburgh, Gt. (Norf.):
-, 1d.,

Rycote (Oxon.):
-, chant. chap., estate,
-, 1d.,

Rycroft, John,

Ryder, J. H. D., earl of Harrowby,

rye,

Sabina (fl. 1150), her husband Rob., and sons Adam, Wm., and Humph., and see Little Wilbraham

saffron,

Saffron Walden (Essex),
-, mus. at,

Sacred Heart of Jesus, Servants of,

sainfoin and cinquefoil,

Sainsburys, grocery firm,

St. Aubyn, J. P.,

St. Bartholomew's Hosp., London,
-, estates,

St. Benet's abbey, Hulme (Norf.),

St. Catharine's College, Camb.:
-, estates,
-, fellow,
-, master, see Hills, John

St. Davids, vct., see Phillips

St. Davids, bps. of, see Warren, John (d. 1800); Watson, Thos.

St. George:
-, Baldwin de (d. c. 1284),
-, Baldwin de (d. 1383),
-, Basile, w. of Baldwin de (d. c. 1284), see Soham
-, Eleanor de,
-, Maud de, m. Sir Peter Huntingfield,
-, Wm. de,

St. Ives (Hunts.):
-, residents,

St. Jacut-de-la-Mer (or de l'Isle) abbey (Côtes-du-Nord, France),

St. John, of Basing:
-, Wm. de,
-, barony of,

St. John's Ambulance Brigade,

St. John's College, Camb.,
-, estates,
-, fellows,
-, patronage,

St. Liz:
-, Alice of, m. Rob. de Vaux,
-, John of,

St. Mary Overy priory, Southwark, prior of,

St. Neots (Hunts.):
-, bell founders,

St. Nicholas, M. Lawr. of,

St. Omer:
-, Bertram de,
-, Sir Thos. de, and his dau.,
-, Sir Wm. de,

St. Omers man., see Burwell

St. Pol, Mary de, ctss. of Pembroke,

St. Regis Packaging co.,

St. Thomas's Hosp., London,
-, estates,

Ste-Mère-Eglise, Wm. of, bp. of London,

Salisbury:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Salvation Army,

Sanderstead (Surr.):
-, resident,

Sandford:
-, Rog. of,
-, fam.,

Sandford (Oxon.):
-, St. Nic.'s priory in Littlemore,

Sandiver:
-, Hannah, w. of Wm. (fl. before 1743), see Isaacson
-, Wm. (fl. before 1743),
-, Wm. (another, fl. 1746), n
-, Wm. (fl. 1806),

Sandringham Ho. (Norf),

Sandys:
-, Anne, m. Chris. Bethell,
-, Francis,
-, Letitia (d. 1779), w. of Sam., see Tipping
-, Letitia (d. 1780),
-, Sam., Ld. Sandys of Ombersley,

sanitation and sanitary measures,

Sarum, Use of,

Saunders:
-, Wm.,
-, W. C.,
-, fam.,

Savoy Hosp., London,

Sawston:
-, John of (fl. 1255),
-, John of (fl. 1305),
-, Ralph,
-, Wm. of,

Sawston:
-, ch.,
-, man.,
-, residents,

Sawtry abbey (Hunts.),

Saxham:
-, Hugh,
-, Rose, w. of Hugh, see Valognes

Saxon Street, in Woodditton,
-, chap.,
-, ch.,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, commons,
-, crafts and trades,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, Saxon Hall,
-, Saxton man.,
-, village green,
-, woodland,

Saxton, Everard of,

Saxton man., see Saxon Street

Scalers:
-, Hardwin de,
-, Steph. de,
-, fam.,
-, of Whaddon,

Scales, Rob. de,

'schild silver',

school boards, see schools

schools:
-, boarding and private,
-, British,
-, evening and night,
-, grammar, see Cheveley: sch.; Soham: grammar sch.
-, school boards, see Bottisham; Fulbourn; Soham; Swaffham Prior; Upware; Wicken and see village colleges for cross references

scientific apparatus making,

Scotland, persons from,

Scots cattle,

Scott, Geo. Gilb.,

Scott-Ellis, Thos. Evelyn, Ld. Howard de Walden,

Scudamore:
-, Frances (d. 1729), w. of Jas. (d. 1716),
-, Frances (d. 1750), m. Hen. Somerset, duke of Beaufort,
-, Jas. (d. 1668),
-, Jas., vct. Scudamore (d. 1716),
-, Jane, w. of Jas. (d. 1668), see Bennet

Scule, earl (fl. mid 10th cent.),

sculptors, and see Frampton; Gibbons; Rattee; Skeating

Seaber, fam.,

Seaman:
-, Hen.,
-, Ric.,

Sedding, J. D.,

sedge, and see turbary and turf cutting

Segrave:
-, John, Ld. Segrave,
-, Marg., w. of John, see Marshal

Selby, J. G., and his sis.,

Sempringham, order of, see Gilbertine

serjeanty, tenure by,

Serocold:
-, Abigail, w. of Wal. (d. c. 1747), see Watson
-, Anne, m. Wm. Pearce,
-, Wal. (fl. 17th cent.),
-, Wal. (d. c. 1747), minister of Cherry Hinton, vicar of Fulbourn All Sts.,
-, his dau.,
-, fam., and see Pearce-Serocold

services, see customs and services for cross references

Sester, John,

settlement:
-, Anglo-Saxon, and see A.-S. cemeteries
-, Bronze Age,
-, depopulation and shrinkage,
-, Iron Age,
-, Neolithic,
-, Roman, and see Rom. villas

Severne:
-, Eliz. Julia, m. Hen. Fitzwarine Chichester,
-, Sam. Amy,

sewage plants and works, see Bottisham; Burwell; Cherry Hinton; Fordham; Isleham; Soham; Swaffham Prior; Teversham; Wicken

Sewale, fam.,

Seymour:
-, Chas., duke of Somerset,
-, Charlotte, m. Heneage Finch, earl of Aylesford (d. 1777),
-, Frances, m. John Manners, marquess of Granby (d. 1770),

Seyr, Rob., rector of Snailwell,

Shade, the, in Soham, q.v.

Shadworth, John,

Shadworths man., see Swaffham Prior

Shardelowe:
-, Edm.,
-, Joan,
-, Sir John (d. 1344),
-, John (d. 1359),
-, Sir John (d. 1391),
-, Sir John (d. 1432),
-, John (fl. 1442),
-, Marg., w. of Sir John (d. 1391),
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam.,

Shardelowes man., see Fulbourn

Sharp (Sharpe):
-, Sir John (d. c. 1519),
-, John (d. 1729),
-, Wm., rector of Teversham,
-, fam.,

Sheen (Mdx.), and see Syon

sheep, breeds of, see merino; Norfolk; Southdown; Suffolk; West Country

sheep stealing,

sheepdog breeding,

sheepfold and sheepwalk, n

sheikhs, Arab, as racehorse owners,

Sheldrick, fam.,

Shelford, Lt. (Cambs.), land in,

Shepherd (Shepheard):
-, Anna Maria,
-, Frances, m. Chas. Ingram, vct. Irwin,
-, Sam.,

Shepherds, Ancient, Order of,

sheriff's tourn, see Cambridgeshire: sheriff's tourn

Shillingham (Cornw.):
-, resident,

ships and shipping,

Shipwright, fam.,

Shooter's Hill (Kent, later London),

shooting, pl.

Shornley:
-, Joyce, w. of Thos., see Froxmer
-, Thos.,

Shorthorn cattle,

Shrewsbury (Salop):
-, St. Peter's abbey,

Shrewsburys man., see Isleham

Shropshire, see Higford; Oswestry; Shrewsbury

Siberechts, Jan, painter,

Sibill (Sybil):
-, Eliz., m. John Hastings (fl. 1339-67),
-, John (d. 1393),
-, John (fl. 1430),
-, Nich.,
-, Marg., w. of Wal., m. 3 John Grace,
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Sibills man., see Wilbraham, Gt.

Sibton abbey (Suff.),

Sickles, Mrs. F. C.,
-, her heirs,

Sidebotham, Herb.,

Sigar (fl. 1066),

Silverley, in Ashley cum Silverley,
-, adv.,
-, ch.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, Hunts green,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, pop.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, man.,
-, roads,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicars,
-, Wicham in,

Simond:
-, John,
-, Marg., w. of John, see Loveday

Simpson, Edw., see Hicks, Edw.

Sinclair:
-, John,
-, Marg., w. of Sir Phil., see Loveyn
-, Sir Phil.,
-, Thos.,

Sisson, Thos., rector of Wallington (Herts.), vicar of
-, Chippenham,

Six Mile Bottom, in Bottisham and Little Wilbraham,
-, community centre,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate,
-, farms,
-, hotel,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, Lodge,
-, mission ch.,
-, nonconf.,
-, rly. station,
-, reading room,
-, recreation ground,
-, sch.,
-, Six Mile Bottom Hall (formerly Westley Cottage),
-, stables,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, woodland,

skating,

Skeating, John,

Skelton:
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm., vicar of Cherry Hinton,

Skinner, Thos.,

Skipwith:
-, Sir Grey, Bt.,
-, Harriet, w. of Sir Grey, see Townsend
-, Capt. Wm.,

Skulthorpe:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Slack, fam.,

Slater:
-, Jas., rector of Kennett,
-, Martin,
-, Sam. Webb,

slaughterhouses and abattoirs,

Sleighton, Anne,

Sly, John, vicar of Soham,

smallholdings, see Cambridgeshire cty. council: smallholdings

Smethe, Geo.,

Smith:
-, Drummond,
-, Edw. (fl. 1584),
-, Edw. (d. 1638), vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck,
-, Hen. (fl. 1625),
-, Hen. (? another, fl. 1645),
-, John (fl. 1361-92),
-, John (d. 1528),
-, John (d. 1532), vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck,
-, John (d. 1535), and his sons,
-, J. M. L.,
-, Phil.,
-, R. M.,
-, Susan (fl. 1590-2), m. Thos. Webb (fl. 1592),
-, Susannah (d. 1621), m. Thos. Webb (d. 1604), John Folkes (d. 1617),
-, Thos. (fl. 1511),
-, Thos. (fl. 1530-71),
-, Thos. (? another, fl. 1597),
-, Thos. (fl. 1871-6),
-, fam., and see Hyde Smith

smuggling,

Snail, river,

Snailwell, Wal. of,

Snailwell,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, airfield (R.A.F.),
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, farms,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, heaths,
-, inc.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, poor relief,
-, poor's fen,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, racing activities,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, Spinney estate,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, village green,
-, village hall,
-, woodland,

Snape (Suff.), trade with,

soap and candle making,

S. P. C. K. (Society for Propagation of Christian Knowledge),

Soham:
-, Basile of, m. Baldwin de St. George,
-, Mabel, w. of Sir Ralph of,
-, Marg., dau. of Basile of, m. Wm. de St. George,
-, Margery, dau. of Basile of, m. Rog. de Gyney,
-, Sir Ralph of,
-, Rob. of,
-, Warin of,

Soham (Cambs.),
-, Academy,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, ambulance station,
-, A.-S. monastery,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, banks,
-, Barway, q.v.
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, bus to,
-, bypass,
-, causeways,
-, cemeteries,
-, chap.,
-, chant.,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, ch., fig. pl.
-, church hall,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons, pl.
-, Court Ho.,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, crofts, arable,
-, Crooked Drain,
-, curates,
-, Dobede estate,
-, dock,
-, dom. archit., pl.
-, drainage,
-, droveways (fen), pl.
-, Duchy (Soham and Fordham) man.,
-, fair,
-, horse fair,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, fires,
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, gas works, pl.
-, grammar sch., pl.
-, guilds,
-, Health Centre,
-, Henney (Henny) in,
-, man.,
-, hotels,
-, housing estates,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, (and survival) of common fields,
-, ind., pl.
-, inns and alehouses, pl.
-, land in,
-, Lion Mills,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mkts.,
-, mills,
-, Netherhall Tyndalls (Gyneys) man.,
-, Netherhall Wygorns man.,
-, newspapers,
-, nonconf., pl.
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, party politics,
-, poor relief,
-, poor's commons, pl.
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, professions,
-, rly.,
-, station,
-, reading rooms,
-, recreation grounds,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, man.,
-, residents,
-, Rifle Corps,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch., pl.
-, in fen,
-, school bd.,
-, School moor,
-, sewage works,
-, Shade, the, in,
-, shops,
-, smallholdings,
-, Soham Cotes,
-, Soham Lode,
-, Soham Mere,
-, drainage of,
-, encroachments on,
-, estate,
-, Soham (the) Place,
-, sports hall,
-, streams,
-, streets and lanes, pl.
-, tithes,
-, travel to work at,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars, and see Francis, John; Harward
-, village coll.,
-, village hall,
-, waterworks,
-, weighing machine, pl.
-, workho.,

Soham and Fordham man., seeFordham, and Soham: Duchy man.

Soham and Newmarket Advertiser,

Soham Building Co.,

Soham Gazette,

sokemen,

solicitors, see lawyers

Somerset:
-, Chas.,
-, Frances, w. of Hen., see Scudamore
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Hen., duke of Beaufort,

Somerset, duke of, see Seymour, Chas.

Somerset, see Bath; Compton Durville

Somery:
-, Maud de,
-, fam.,

Sondes, Ld., see Watson

South Cambridgeshire district,
-, council,

Southdown sheep,

Southmere, Nic.,

Southoe (Hunts.):
-, ld.,

Spain, prince of, see Bourbon

Speakers of Ho. of Commons, see Alington, Wm. (d. 1446); Wm. (d. 1479)

Spencer:
-, Diana, princess of Wales,
-, Marg., m. Giles Alington (d. c. 1572), - Elrington,

Spinney, in Wicken,
-, Abbey (ho.),
-, estate,
-, priory,
-, adv.,
-, bldgs.,
-, canon,
-, estates,
-, patronage,
-, prior,

Spring:
-, Jerome,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Spurgeon, C. H., preacher,

squatters, pl.

Stafford:
-, Sir Humph. (fl. 1412),
-, Mary, w. of Wm., see Boleyn
-, Wm.,
-, fam., dukes of Buckingham, earls of Stafford,

stag hunting,

Staine hund.,
-, bailiff,
-, bdry.,
-, ct.,

Stanfield, fam.,

Stankym, Wm.,

Stanley:
-, Edw. Geo. Villiers, earl of Derby,
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Wm., see Tiptoft
-, Hon. R. O.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Stansted (Essex), airport,

Stapleford (Cambs.), Gogmagog Hills in,

Staples, fam.,

Stapleton:
-, Sir Brian,
-, Gilb.,
-, Maud, w. of Gilb, see FitzAlan
-, Sir Miles (fl. 1317),
-, Sir Miles (d. 1364),
-, Sir Miles (d. 1419),

Staploe hund.,
-, bailiff,
-, bdry.,
-, ct.,
-, poor relief in par. of,

Starkey, Greville,

stationers,

steam ploughs,

Stearn, Thos.,

steeple chasing,

Stephen, King,

Stephen, earl of Richmond (d. 1135-6),

Stephens:
-, Edw. Anderson,
-, John,

Stephenson, Rob.,

Sterne:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Stetchworth:
-, bdry.,
-, char.,
-, ct.,
-, estate,
-, man.,
-, pk.,
-, resident,
-, roads to,

Stevens, fam., builders,

Stevenson, John, vicar of Gt. Wilbraham,

Steward:
-, Edw.,
-, Joan (fl. 1559), w. of Simeon (d. 1568), see Bestney
-, Joan (d. 1649), m. Sir Thos. Jermy,
-, Marg., w. of Edw.,
-, Nic. (d. 1634),
-, Sir Nic., Bt. (d. 1710),
-, Simeon (d. 1568),
-, Sir Simeon, Bt. (d. 1751),
-, Sir Simeon, Bt. (d. 1779),
-, Sir Simeon, Bt. (d. 1816),
-, fam.,

steward:
-, Rog. the,
-, Warin the,
-, Wimar (Wihomarc) the, (fl. 1086-1125),
-, Wimar the, (d. c. 1204),
-, his dau., see Beatrice
-, fam., and see Thornton

Stigand, abp. of Canterbury,

stints, see common

Stockman, Wm.,

stocks (punitive),

Stockton, Owen, and his w. Eleanor,

Stoke by Clare priory (Suff.),

Stokes, H. S., rector of Lt. Wilbraham,

stonemasons,

Stonor:
-, Anne (d. c. 1486), w. of Sir Wm., see Neville
-, Anne (fl. 1490-1509), m. Sir Adrian Fortescue,
-, John,
-, Sir Wm.,

storm damage,

Stour, river,

Stourbridge fair, see Cambridge: Stourbridge fair

Stow cum Quy,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, cemetery,
-, chant.,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates, perpetual,
-, Dengaines man.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, guilds,
-, Holmhall man.,
-, hotel,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, of common fields,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, poor's fen,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Quy Hall, pl.
-, estate,
-, rly.,
-, station,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, R.A.F. camp,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, Stow End,
-, Stow man., see Stow cum Quy: Dengaines man.
-, streams, see Quy water
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, town ho.,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village hall,
-, woodland,

Strabolgi:
-, David de, earl of Atholl (d. 1326), and his w. Joan,
-, David de, earl of Atholl (d. 1334),

Strange:
-, Eleanor, w. of John le, see Walkefare
-, John le,
-, and see Lestrange

Stratton, Wal., rector of Teversham,

Street:
-, G. E.,
-, Hen.,
-, Joan, m. John Ansty (d. 1460),

street lighting,

Street way,

Strensham (Worcs.):
-, lds. and Bts.,

Stretham (I. Ely):
-, ch.,
-, estate,

strikes,

Stuart, see Crichton-Stuart

stud farms, and see National Stud

Stuntney (I. Ely),
-, commons,
-, residents,

Stuteville:
-, Geo.,
-, Grace, w. of Ric., see Borley
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (d. 1514),
-, Thos. (d. 1577),
-, Thos. (d. 1606),
-, fam.,

Sudbury (Suff.):
-, archdeacon of,
-, archdeaconry of,

Suffolk, duke of, see Brandon

Suffolk, earls of, see Howard, Thos.; Ufford

Suffolk,
-, agric.,
-, archdeacon of,
-, baronets from,
-, benefices in,
-, bdry.,
-, cty. council, see West Suffolk cty. council
-, ind.,
-, landowner,
-, links with,
-, migration from,
-, nonconf.,
-, residents,
-, sheriff, see Godric
-, and see Barrow; Bradley; Burgate; Bury St. Edmunds; Clare; Cowlinge; Dalham; Dennington; Dunwich; Exning; Felixstowe; Freckenham; Gazeley; Havering; Hengrave; Herringswell; Ipswich; Kentford; Lackford; Lakenheath; Lavenham; Lidgate; Mildenhall; Moulton; Newmarket; Pakenham; Poslingford; Rumburgh; Rushbrooke; Sibton; Snape; Stoke by Clare; Sudbury; Tattington; Tostock; Westhorpe; Wickhambrook; Wingfield; Woolpit; Worlington

Suffolk cattle,

Suffolk sheep,

sugar beet,
-, factories,

suit of court, see court

Summer, Jos., vicar of Gt. Wilbraham,

surgeons, see doctors

Surrey, residents in,
-, and see Bermondsey; Chertsey; Sanderstead

surveyors:
-, of chimneys and ovens,
-, of weights and measures,

Sussex, see Battle; Brighton; Lewes

Sutherland, duke of, see Egerton

Sutton (Beds.):
-, resident,

Swaefe, A.-S. kindred,

Swaffham, Wm. of, rector of Teversham,

Swaffham Bulbeck,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, Burghden grange,
-, Burgh Hall man., pl.
-, cemetery,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, church room,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, Commercial End, see Swaffham Bulbeck: Newnham End
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit., pl.
-, drainage,
-, droveways (fen),
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, guildhall,
-, guilds,
-, Hare Pk., Upper,
-, estate,
-, ho.,
-, heaths,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, of common fields,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho., pl.
-, Merchant's Ho., pl.
-, mills,
-, Mitchell (Mickle) Hall man.,
-, Momplers man.,
-, motel,
-, Newnham End, pl.
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, poor relief,
-, poor's fen,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, priory,
-, bldgs.,
-, estates,
-, man.,
-, patronage,
-, prioress,
-, racing activities,
-, rly.,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectory,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, streams,
-, streets, pl.
-, tithes,
-, town ho.,
-, trade and shipping,
-, wharves,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village green,
-, woodland,

Swaffham (Bulbeck) Lode,

Swaffham Fen Drainage Commissioners,

Swaffham Prior, pl.
-, adv.:
-, St. Cyriac's,
-, St. Mary's,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, Baldwins (Lees) man.,
-, pl.
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, ch., fig.
-, St. Cyriac's,
-, St. Mary's, pl.
-, clubs and societies,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, commons,
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit., pl.
-, drainage,
-, drinking fountain,
-, droveways (fen),
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, fires,
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, heaths,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, of common fields,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, Knights man.,
-, land in,
-, lock-up, pl.
-, man.,
-, ho., pl.
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Priory (Ely) man.,
-, racing activities,
-, rly.,
-, station,
-, reading room,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors of St. Cyriac's,
-, rectory:
-, St. Cyriac's,
-, St. Mary's,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, school bd.,
-, sewage plant,
-, Shadworths (Brighams) man.,
-, shops, pl.
-, streams,
-, streets, pl.
-, Swaffham Prior Hall,
-, Swaffham Prior Ho., fig.
-, tithes,
-, Tothills (Paynes) man.,
-, town lands,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage,
-, St. Cyriac's,
-, St. Mary's,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Allix, John Peter (d. 1753); Collier, Wm.
-, St. Cyriac's,
-, St. Mary's,
-, village green,
-, village hall,
-, water tower,
-, woodland,
-, workho.,

Swale, John,

Swavesey:
-, man.,

Sweden, journey to,

swimming,
-, pools,

Swiss Laundry Co.,

Swingler, R.,

Sygar, Wm.,

Syon (or Sheen) abbey (Mdx.),

Talbot:
-, Miss,
-, fam.,

tallage,

Talmasche:
-, Alice, w. of Wm., see Little Wilbraham
-, Hugh,
-, Joan,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

tanning,

Tany:
-, Gilb. de,
-, Graelent de,
-, Hasculf de (d. by 1141),
-, his w., see Maud
-, Hasculf de (d. 1193),
-, Picot de, and his s. Ralph, and see Picot
-, fam.,

Tasker, Hen., vicar of Soham,

Tatham, Ralph,

Tattington (Suff.):
-, resident,

Taylard:
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., see Ansty
-, Sir Laur.,
-, Wal.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Taylor:
-, Ebenezer,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Mrs.,
-, fam.,
-, bell founders,
-, coach builders,

taxes, bequests for paying,

tea selling,

temperance, and see Church of England Temperance Soc.

Templars,
-, estates,

Temple, Revd. Thos.,

Temple man., see Wilbraham, Gt.

Ten Mile Bank,

tenants, see amercements; works

tennis,

tenures, see Borough English; serjeanty; widow's tenure

Tetsall, John,

Teversham:
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, Thos. of, see Thomas 'of the Chamber'

Teversham,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, airfield, pl. and see Cambridge airport
-, Allens (Aleyns) man.,
-, Bassingbourns man.,
-, bdry.,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, Dengaines man.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, guilds,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, Jermy(n)s man.,
-, Manners fee,
-, man., n
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, poor ho.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, sch.,
-, sewage plant,
-, shops,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, suburban growth,
-, Teversham Hall,
-, tithes,
-, town land,
-, Warbletons man.,
-, vestry,
-, village green,
-, village hall,
-, woodland,

Tharp:
-, Annabella, w. of Wm. Montagu,
-, Arthur,
-, Augustus, rector of Snailwell, vicar of Chippenham,
-, Dora, w. of G. P.,
-, Lt.-Col. G. P.,
-, Harriet, w. of John (d. 1863),
-, John (d. 1804),
-, John (d. 1851),
-, John (d. 1863),
-, Jos.,
-, Jos. Sidney,
-, Wm. Montagu,
-, fam.,

Themilthorpe, Barbara,

Theobald, abp. of Canterbury, v

Thetford (I. Ely),

Thetford (Norf.),
-, nonconf.,
-, priory,

Thirlwall, Thos., bp. of Ely,

Thirning:
-, Joan, m. Wm. Vaux (d. 1405),
-, Sir Wm.,

Thomas, earl of Lancaster (d. 1322),

Thomas of Brotherton, earl of Norfolk (d. 1338),
-, his w. Mary, see Brewes
-, his dau., see Marshal, Alice; Marg.

Thomas, duke of Gloucester (d. 1397),
-, his w., see Bohun, Eleanor

Thomas son of Henry,

Thomas 'of the Chamber' or of Lt. Wilbraham (fl. 1280-5),

Thomas 'of the Chamber' (fl. 1311),

Thomas, Bertram s. of, see Bertram

Thompson, Wm.,

Thomson:
-, Geo.,
-, Wm.,

Thorney abbey (I. Ely),

Thornhall, in Wicken, q.v.

Thornhill, Thos.,

Thornton:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Rog. (d. 1630-1),
-, Benj.,
-, Hannah,
-, Sir Isaac,
-, Jas.,
-, John of (fl. 1279),
-, John (d. 1598),
-, Lucy, m. Vere Harcourt,
-, Lydia, m. Isaac Lukyn,
-, Mary of, m. 1 Humph. of Bassingbourn (d. 1298), Sir John de Lisle (d. by 1322),
-, Mat. of, n,
-, Rog. of (fl. 1265-92), n
-, Rog. of (another, fl. 1279-86), n
-, Sir Rog. (d. 1630-1),
-, Rog. (fl. 1631-58),
-, Sir Rog. (fl. to 1675),
-, Sam. (fl. 1642-3),
-, Sam. (another, fl. to 1655),
-, Sam. (another. fl. 1660),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wimar of,
-, fam., of Snailwell and Soham,
-, fam., of Mildenhall, n
-, fam., of Wicken,

Thornton-on-the-Hill (Yorks. N.R.):
-, ld.,

Thorold (fl. c. 1250),
-, his w. Cecily, see Upware

Thoroughbred Breeders Assoc.,

Thorpe, Sir Rob.,

threshing machines, pl.

Thriplow:
-, ch.,
-, lds.,

Thryplow, John, and his w. Marg,

Thurbert (fl. 1066),

Thurkil (fl. 1066),

Thurlow hunt,

Thurstan son of Wine,

Tibbald and Tiffany, Fulk s. of, see Fulk

Tibbs, John,

Tichborne:
-, Cath., w. of Rog., see Loveday
-, Rog.,

Tilbrook:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Tillotsons Corrugated Cases, firm, and see St. Regis

timber processing and wood working,

Tipping:
-, Anne,
-, Cath., m. Thos. Archer, Ld. Archer,
-, Letitia, m. Sam. Sandys, Ld. Sandys,

Tiptoft (Tybotot):
-, Agnes, w. of Payn (d. 1314), m. 2 Thos. de Vere (d. 1324),
-, Edw., earl of Worcester,
-, Eliz., w. of John (d. 1470), m. 2 Sir Wm. Stanley,
-, Eve, w. of Sir Rob.,
-, Joan, m. Sir Edm. Ingoldisthorpe,
-, John, Ld. Tybotot (d. 1367),
-, John, Ld. Tiptoft (d. 1443),
-, John, earl of Worcester (d. 1470),
-, Joyce, w. of John (d. 1443),
-, Payn, Ld. Tybotot (d. 1314),
-, Sir Payn (d. 1413),
-, Philippa, m. Thos. Roos, Ld. Roos,
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, arms,

tithing, entry into,

Toft, Hen. of,

Toki, thegn (fl. 1066),

Tonbridge priory (Kent),
-, estates,

Toller:
-, Jos.,
-, fam.,

Tony:
-, Alice de, m. 2 Guy de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, 3 Wm. la Zouche, Ld. Zouche of Mortimer (d. 1332),
-, Ralph de (d. c. 1126),
-, Ralph de (d. 1163),
-, Ralph de (d. 1239), and his w. Parnel,
-, Ralph de (d. 1295),
-, Rob. de,
-, Rog. de (d. after 1157),
-, Rog. de (d. 1209),
-, Rog. de (d. 1263-4),
-, fam.,
-, barony of,

Tookie:,
-, Clement (d. 1748), prebendary of Ely, rector of Worlington, vicar of Chippenham,
-, Clement (d. 1794), rector of Worlington, vicar of Chippenham,
-, fam.,

Torchenesse, Warin,

Torel, fam., arms,

Tostock (Suff.),

Tothill:
-, Francis,
-, John (fl. 1407-8),
-, John (? more than one of this name, fl. 1410-63),
-, John (? more than one of this name, fl. 1491),
-, Hugh,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, arms,

Tothills man., see Swaffham Prior

Totman, Lewis & Co., millers,

Tove:
-, Maurice,
-, Nic.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Towers:
-, Frances (fl. c. 1700), mother of John,
-, Frances (d. 1712), sis. of John,
-, John, vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck,
-, Wm., rector of Snailwell,

Townley:
-, Chas. Evelyn,
-, Revd. Chas. Francis,
-, Chas. Watson,
-, Marjorie, w. of Chas. Evelyn,
-, Ric. Greaves (d. 1823),
-, Ric. Greaves (d. 1855),
-, Ric. Templer,
-, fam.,

Townsend:
-, Chas.
-, Eliz., w. of Gore, m. 2 Sir Grey Skipwith, Bt., see Windsor
-, Geo. (d. 1881),
-, Geo. (fl. 1875-1910),
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, fam., nurserymen,

Townshend:
-, Audrey, m. Chas. (d. 1764), see Harrison
-, Chas., vct. Townshend (d. 1738),
-, Chas., 'Ld. Lynne', later vct. Townshend (d. 1764),
-, Geo., vct., later marquess Townshend (d. 1807),
-, Geo., marquess Townshend (d. 1811),
-, Geo. Ferrers, marquess Townshend,
-, Horatio, Ld. Townshend,
-, 'Ld.' John (né Margetts), see Dunn Gardner, John
-, Sir Rog.,
-, 'Ld.' Wm. (né Margetts), see Dunn Gardner, Wm. (d. 1879)
-, fam.,

toy making,

trades, distributive, and shops, less common, see antique; cattle dealer; chemist's; china; coal; Co-operative; corn; electrical; fishmonger; furniture; greengrocer; ironmonger; stationer; supermarkets; tea selling; and see crafts and trades

Trailly:
-, Cath. de, m. Jas. Pabenham,
-, Eleanor, w. of Wal. de (d. 1289),
-, Eliz., w. of Wal. de (d. 1346),
-, Joan, w. of Sir John (d. 1400),
-, John de (d. 1235),
-, John de (d. 1272),
-, John de (d. 1304),
-, John de (d. 1360),
-, Sir John (d. 1400),
-, Leolin de,
-, Reynold,
-, Wal. de (d. 1289),
-, Sir Wal. de (d. c. 1346),
-, Wm. (female), w. of John de (d. 1272),
-, fam., n

trade, see Swaffham Bulbeck: trade; Isleham: trade; see also overseas trade

trainers, and see Dawson, Geo.; Leader, H. C.

training stables,

Treadway & Percy, brewers,

trespass, pleas of,

Tribal Hidage,

Trinity College, Camb.,
-, bldgs.,
-, estates,
-, fellows, and see Craister
-, master, see Neville, Thos.
-, vice-master, see Crosland

Trinity Hall, Camb.,
-, estates,

Trowell, fam., grocers and surgeons,

Trumpington, road to,

Truslove, John,

Trussebut, Wm.

Tuamville, Wm. de,

Tudor, Jasper, earl, later duke of Pembroke,

tumbrel,

Tunbridge man., see Bottisham

Tunwell, fam.,

turbary and turf cutting, and see peat; sedge

turf fens,

turf silver,

turkeys,

Turner:
-, Anne,
-, Barnabe,
-, Hen., rector of Newmarket, vicar of Burwell,
-, fam.,

Turners of Soham, hauliers,

turnips,

turnpike roads:
-, Cambridge-Newmarket,
-, Ely-Soham,
-, Gt. Chesterford-Newmarket,
-, Newmarket-Bury St. Edmunds,
-, Newmarket-Norwich,

Twyford (Norf.):
-, resident,

Tybotot, see Tiptoft

Tye, Chris., composer, vicar of Lt. Wilbraham,

Tyler, John,

Tyndall:
-, Dr. Humph., vicar of Soham,
-, John (d. 1413),
-, Sir John (d. 1539),
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (d. 1448),
-, Sir Thos. (d. c. 1584),
-, Wm. (d. 1426),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1497),

Tyne, river, coal trade from, and see Newcastle

typhoid,

Tyrell:
-, Joan, w. of Thos. (d. 1643),
-, Susan, m. Mic. Dalton (d. 1653),
-, Thos. (d. 1643),
-, Thos. (fl. 1620, d. before 1643),
-, Thos. (d. by 1647),

Ufford:
-, Joan, w. of Wm., see Montagu
-, Wm., earl of Suffolk,

Ulf (fl. c. 990),

Ulf kytel (fl. c. 1080),

Underwood, Capt.,

Unitarians,

United Reformed Church,

Unwin, S. E.,

Upend, in Kirtling, q.v.

Uphall man., see Isleham

Upperhall man., see Cherry Hinton

Upton, J. W.,

Upware:
-, Cecily of, m. Thorold, John of Bottisham,
-, Hen. of,

Upware, in Wicken,
-, agric.,
-, ch. services,
-, commons,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fen,
-, ferry,
-, field studies centre,
-, fortification,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, 'king of', see Fielder
-, man.,
-, mills,
-, mission hall,
-, nonconf.,
-, pumping station,
-, 'Republic',
-, sch.,
-, school bd.,
-, sluice,
-, wharf,

Upwell (I. Ely), land in,

Usflete:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Gerard, see Mowbray
-, Sir Gerard,

Valence:
-, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke,
-, fam., earls of Pembroke, and see St. Pol

Valognes:
-, Agnes de,
-, Cecily de,
-, Rob. de (d. before 1291),
-, Rob. de (d. 1291),
-, Rose de, m. Edm. Pakenham, Hugh Saxham,
-, Thos. de,
-, Tibbald de,
-, fam.,

Vane, Wm. Harry, duke of Cleveland,

Vaux:
-, Alice, w. of Rob. de, see St. Liz
-, Edm.,
-, Edw., Ld. Vaux of Harrowden,
-, Eliz., w. of Thos. (d. 1556), see Cheyney
-, Joan, w. of Wm. (fl. 1366-7),
-, Joan, w. of Wm. (d. 1405), see Thirning
-, John de (fl. 1233), and his w. Alice,
-, Sir John de (d. c. 1328),
-, Rob. de,
-, Sir Nic., later Ld. Vaux of Harrowden,
-, Thos. de, clerk (d. 1344),
-, Thos. de (d. 1351),
-, Thos., Ld. Vaux of Harrowden (d. 1556), poet,
-, Wm. de (fl. 1366-7),
-, Wm. de (another, d. after 1381),
-, Wm. de (another, d. 1405),
-, Wm. de (d. 1460),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1471),
-, Wm., Ld. Vaux of Harrowden (d. 1595),
-, fam.,

Vauxes man., see Bottisham

vegetables, and see horticultural shows and societies

Ventris:
-, Edw., curate of Stow cum Quy,
-, Mary,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Verdon:
-, John de,
-, Thos. de,

Vere:
-, Agnes, w. of Thos. de, see Tiptoft
-, Alice, w. of Ric. de,
-, Aubrey de (d. 1112),
-, Aubrey de, earl of Oxford (d. 1194),
-, chamberlain to,
-, constable to,
-, Aubrey de, earl of Oxford (d. 1214),
-, (Sir) Aubrey, later earl of Oxford (d. 1400),
-, Edw., earl of Oxford,
-, Eliz. de (d. 1375), m. Hugh Courtenay (d. 1348), John Mowbray (d. 1361),
-, Eliz. (d. 1395), w. of John de (d. 1350), see Courtenay
-, Eliz. (d. 1537), w. of John (d. 1526),
-, Hugh de, earl of Oxford (d. 1263),
-, seneschal to,
-, Hugh de (fl. 1290-1302),
-, Isabel (d. c. 1197), w. of Aubrey de (d. 1214), see Bolbec
-, Isabel (d. 1245), w. of Rob. de (d. 1221), see Bolbec
-, John de (d. 1350),
-, John de, earl of Oxford (d. 1360),
-, John, earl of Oxford (d. 1462),
-, John, earl of Oxford (d. 1513),
-, John, earl of Oxford (d. 1526),
-, his sisters,
-, John, earl of Oxford (d. 1562),
-, Maud, w. of John de (d. 1360),
-, Ric., earl of Oxford,
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1221),
-, Rob. de, earl of Oxford (d. 1331),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1461),
-, Rohese de, m. Geof. de
-, Mandeville, earl of Essex (d. 1144), Payn de Beauchamp,
-, Thos.,
-, fam., earls of Oxford,
-, arms,
-, chaplain,

Verrall, G. H.,

Veysy, fam.,

Via Devana, see Wulves Street

Vigor, St., bp. of Bayeux,

village bands,

village cages, see lock-ups

village colleges, see Bottisham; Burwell; Soham; s.v. village college

village halls, and see Barway; Bottisham; Burwell; Cherry Hinton; Chippenham; Fordham; Fulbourn; Isleham; Kirtling; Lode; Reach; Snailwell; Soham; Stow cum Quy; Swaffham Prior; Teversham
-, villas, Rom., see Roman villas

vineyards and vines,

Vitré:
-, And. de,
-, Rob. de (d. 1173),
-, Rob. de (the clerk, fl. after 1173),

Wade:
-, Ralph, rector of Lt. Wilbraham,
-, fam., thatchers,

Wager, Adm. Sir Chas.,

wager of law,

waif,

wakes, funeral,

Waldegrave:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Geo., see Jermy
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Griselda, w. of Wm., see Revett
-, Wm.,

Walden abbey (Essex),
-, patronage,

Wale, Thos.,

Waleran son of Ranulf,
-, his s., see John

Wales, princes of, see Edward VII; Edward (d. 1376)

Wales, princess of, see Spencer, Diana

Waleys, John le,

Walkefare:
-, Eleanor, m. Sir John le Strange,
-, Eupheme, w. of John (d. 1345), see Comyn
-, John (d. c. 1310),
-, John (d. 1345),
-, John (another, d. by 1360),
-, Marg., w. of Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, fam.,
-, arms,

Walker:
-, Rob.,
-, R. L.,
-, T. A., vicar of Cherry Hinton,

Waller, Thos.,

Wallington (Herts.):
-, rector,
-, residents,

Walpole:
-, Geof. of, rector of Snailwell,
-, Ric. of, rector of Snailwell,

Walpole (Norf., more than one place of this name),

Walsall, Sam., master of Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., rector of Lt. Wilbraham,

Walsham, Rog. of,

Walsingham, Sir Thos.,

Walter son of Akaris [Zacharias],

Walter son of Richard,
-, and his s. Wm.,

Walter son of Robert,

Walter 'the nephew' (fl. before 1235),

Walter (d. 1160), abbot of Ramsey,

Walter of Hinton (fl. 1279), chant. chaplain,

Walter:
-, Hubert, abp. of Canterbury, n
-, Jas.,

Wandlebury (Cambs.), plea at,

Warbleton:
-, John (d. 1349),
-, John (fl. 1428),
-, Luke,
-, Ric. (fl. 1394-1415),
-, Ric. (d. 1448),
-, Thos. of (fl. 1226),
-, Thos. of (d. c. 1270),
-, Thos. of (fl. 1279),
-, Wm. of (d. 1226),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1235),
-, Wm. of (? another, father of Thos. of, fl. 1279),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1279-1311),
-, (or Cambridge), Wm., see Cambridge

Warbletons man., see Teversham

Ward (Warde):
-, Anne (d. 1724),
-, Anne (d. 1881), m. Jonathan Hayne,
-, Dan.,
-, Eliz., w. of Wm. (d. 1357),
-, Emily,
-, Hamond, and his sisters,
-, Jas.,
-, John (d. 1520),
-, John (d. 1526), rector of Snailwell,
-, John (d. 1641),
-, John (d. 1678),
-, John (fl. 1710),
-, John (? another, d. 1719),
-, Mary (d. 1737), w. of Thos. Watson (d. 1750),
-, Mary (d. 1757),
-, Nic.,
-, Thos. Watson (d. 1750),
-, Thos. Watson (d. 1792),
-, Revd. Thos. Watson (d. 1825),
-, Wm. (d. 1357),
-, Wm. (fl. 1454-64), vicar of Isleham,
-, Wm. (fl. 1864), and his fam.,
-, fam., of Fulbourn,
-, of Gt. Wilbraham,

Wardeboys, John, see Lawrence, John

Warden abbey (Beds.),

ward silver,

wardpenny,

Ware:
-, Eliz., w. of Thos.,
-, John (fl. 1823-7),
-, John (another, fl. 1837),
-, Mary, w. of -, see Loggan
-, Thos.,

Warenne:
-, Maud, w. of Wm. de, see Marshal
-, Wm. de, earl of Surrey,
-, fam., earls of Surrey,

Waresley (Hunts.):
-, ld.,

Warner the steward, see steward

Warner, Hen.,

Warren:
-, Geo., vicar of Chippenham,
-, John (d. 1676),
-, John (d. c. 1750),
-, John (d. 1800), bp. of Bangor and St. Davids, rector of Snailwell and Teversham,
-, Martin (d. 1600),
-, Martin (fl. 1665), n
-, Martin (? the same, fl. 1676),
-, Martin (another, fl. 1690),
-, Wal.,

warren, free,

Warrener, fam.,

warrens and warren keepers,
-, for hares, and see Swaffham Bulbeck: Hare Park
-, for rabbits, and see rabbit breeding

Warwick, ctss. of, see Beauchamp, Anne

Warwick, duke of, see Beauchamp, Hen.

Warwick, earls of, see Beauchamp; Neville; Plantagenet

Warwickshire, benefice in,
-, and see Birmingham; Charlecote; Fillongley; Kirby

Washington, Dorothy, w. of Sir John,

waste, encroachment on, and see cottages, unlawful

waste tips,

Wastell, John,

watch and ward, and see police

watch making,

Water:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

water mills, see mills

water sports, see boating; rowing; swimming

water supply, and see Cambridge Univ. and Town Water Co.; Ely Waterworks Co.

Waterbeach (Cambs.):
-, airfield (R.A.F.),
-, ch.,
-, Denny abbey,
-, Denny preceptory,
-, road to,
-, vicar,

watermen and bargemen, and see ships

Wates:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Wateville:
-, Joan, w. of Wm. de,
-, Ric. de,
-, Rob. de,
-, Rog. de,
-, Wm. de,

Watson:
-, Abigail, m. Wal. Serocold (d. c. 1747),
-, Joanna, m. John Ward (d. 1719), John Clench (d. 1729),
-, (or Wosson), John,
-, Lewis, Ld. Sondes, chaplain to,
-, Mary,
-, Thos., bp. of St. Davids,
-, Wm.,

Watts:
-, John,
-, fam., builders,

Waweton, Sir Thos., and his wives Maud, Alana,

Waxham (Norf.):
-, resident,

weaving,

Webb (Webbe):
-, Edw.,
-, H. L.,
-, Jacob,
-, Joan, m. Rob. Clench,
-, John (fl. 1714),
-, Susan, w. of Thos. (fl. 1592), see Smith
-, Susanna, w. of Thos. (d. 1604), see Smith
-, Thos. (? more than one of this name,
-, fl. 1592-6),
-, Thos. (d. 1604),
-, Thos. (d. 1868),
-, fam., and see Emes

Wedd, Nath.,

Wedwine son of Ealdstan,

weighing machine, see Soham: weighing machine

Well:
-, Isabel, w. of Phil. of, see Kemesek
-, Joan, m. Sir Hen. Coggeshall,
-, Phil. of,
-, Sir Wm.,

Wellesley, Arthur, duke of Wellington,

Wellington, duke of, see Wellesley

Wells, fam., of Isleham,

Welsh cattle,

Wendy:
-, Blanche, w. of Sir Wm., see Coningsby
-, John,
-, Marg., w. of Thos. (d. 1560), m. Wm. Worthington,
-, Thos. (d. 1560),
-, Thos. (d. 1612),
-, Sir Wm.,

West Country sheep,

West Suffolk county council,
-, as L.E.A.,

Westhorpe (Suff.),
-, ld.,

Westley, fam.,

Westley Waterless (Cambs.), land in,

Weston, Ellen, w. of Wm.,

Weston Colville,

Weston sub Edge (Glos.):
-, ld.,

Westrope, fam.,

wharves and hythes, see Burwell; Ditton, Fen; Fordham; Horningsea; Isleham; Reach; Upware; and see Soham: dock

wheelwrights,

Wheteley, fam.,

Whichcote:
-, Sir Francis, Bt.,
-, Sir Paul, Bt.,

whipping stool,

Whitby abbey (Yorks. N.R.),

White:
-, Nic.,
-, Steph., vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck,
-, Wm.,

Whitgift, John, abp. of Canterbury, rector of Teversham,

Whiting:
-, Alice, mistress of Wm. Fulbourn (d. 1391),
-, John,
-, T. S.,
-, fam., solicitors,

Whittington, Jacob John,

Whittred, Thos.,

'Wicham', in Silverley, q.v.

Wicken,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almsho.,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, bdry.,
-, bridges,
-, carriage to,
-, cemetery,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, cross,
-, curates, stipendiary, and see Archer, Isaac
-, crafts and trades,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, droveways (fen),
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, ferry,
-, fields,
-, fires,
-, fisheries,
-, flooding,
-, fortification, see Upware: fortification
-, green,
-, guildhall,
-, hotel,
-, inc.:
-, of common fens,
-, of common fields,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mkts.,
-, mills,
-, mission hall,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectory,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, school bd.,
-, sewage works,
-, shops,
-, Spinney in, q.v.
-, streets,
-, Thornhall in,
-, man.,
-, tithes,
-, Upware, q.v.
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village green, pl.
-, Wicken Fen (nature reserve),
-, workho.,

Wicken Lode,

Wickham, West (Cambs.):
-, Streetley in, bldg. from,

Wickhambrook (Suff.):
-, ld.,
-, Primitive Methodist circuit,
-, resident,

widow's tenure,

Wiggenhall, fam.,

Wighen (fl. 1086),

Wight, Isle of,

Wigmore:
-, Dan., archdeacon of Ely, rector of Snailwell,
-, Gilb.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wihomarc, see steward, Wimar the (fl. 1086)

Wilbraham, Great,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, bdry.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs and societies,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, guildhall,
-, guilds,
-, heaths,
-, inc.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, Lisles man.,
-, Lovetots man.,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mkts.,
-, mills,
-, Mutlow Hill (barrow),
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, pk.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, roads in,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, Sibills man.,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, Temple man.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village hall,
-, Wilbraham Temple (ho.),
-, estate,

Wilbraham, Little,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, airfield (R.A.F.),
-, almsho.,
-, Anglesey man.,
-, A.-S. rem.,
-, bdry.,
-, Chamberlains (Rycotes) man.,
-, chant.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, commons,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, crafts and trades,
-, cross,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, drainage,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fens,
-, fields,
-, forester,
-, guilds,
-, heaths,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, par. council,
-, poor ho.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, reading room,
-, recreation ground,
-, rectors,
-, rectory,
-, ho.,
-, residents,
-, roads in,
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, Six Mile Bottom, q.v.
-, streams, see Wilbraham, Lt., river
-, streets,
-, tithes,

Wilbraham river, Gt.,

Wilbraham river, Lt.,

Wildtrack Ltd.,

Wilkin:
-, Martin,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wilkinson, Isaac Herb.,

Willan. Rob., rector of Lt. Wilbraham,

William I,
-, demesne manors,

William II,

William III,
-, arms,
-, statue,

William son of, or Fitz, Alan, (d. c. 1160),

William fitz (son of) Audelin,
-, his w. Gillian, see Doisnel

William son of Luke,

William son of Robert,

William son of William, of St. Ives,

William of Malmesbury, historian,

William (fl. 1086), tenant at Fulbourn,

William (fl. 1134-41), prior of Ely,

William, Rob. s. of, see Robert

William, Wm. s. of, see William

Williams:
-, Sir John, later Ld. Williams of Thame (d. 1559),
-, John, see Onslow, John
-, Jas., see Cromwell
-, Phil., prebendary of Winchester,
-, Sir Ric., see Cromwell
-, Wal., see Cromwell

Willingham (Cambs.):
-, minister, see Brocklebank

Willis (Willys):
-, Frances, w. of Sir Thos. (d. 1705),
-, Geo.,
-, Gen. G. H. S., n
-, Jane, w. of Ric.,
-, Sir John, Bt.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (d. 1568),
-, Thos. (d. 1626),
-, Thos. (17th cent., more than one of this name),
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1701),
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1705),
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1724),
-, Sir Thos., Bt. (d. 1726),
-, Wm. (d. 1676),
-, Sir Wm., Bt. (d. 1732),
-, his sisters,
-, fam., of Fen Ditton,
-, of Stretham (I. Ely),

Willoughby:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Willoughby de Eresby, Lady and Ld., see Burrell

Willows, Thos.,

willows,

Willys, see Willis

Wilmot, Geo.,

Wilson, Thos., rector of Fulbourn St. Vigor's,

Wiltshire, earl of, see Boleyn

Wiltshire, see Combe; Devizes

Wimpole:
-, Marg., w. of Wm., see Lovetot
-, Wm.,

Wimpole:
-, ld.,

Winchester, earl of, see Despenser, Hugh (d. 1326)

Winchester (Hants.):
-, bp. of, see Aethelwold
-, cathedral ch., prebendary of, see Williams, Phil.

Windham (Wyndham):
-, Capt. Chas. Ashe,
-, John,

windmills, see mills

Windsor:
-, And., earl of Plymouth,
-, Eliz., m. Gore Townsend,
-, Hen., earl of Plymouth,
-, Hon. Thos.,

Windsor castle (Berks.),
-, paintings of,

Wine, Thurstan s. of, see Thurstan

wine merchants,

wine silver,

Wingfield:
-, Sir Ant. (d. 1605),
-, Sir Ant., Bt. (d. 1638),
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Thos.,

Wingfield college (Suff.), master of, see Budd

Wisbech (I. Ely), carriage to,

'wise men and women',

Wistow (Hunts.):
-, rector,

witches,

Withers, Jos. Reynold, poet,

Witt, fam.,

Witty, Ralph, rector of Teversham,

Woburn Abbey (Beds.),

Wolf:
-, John (fl. 1394),
-, John (another, fl. 1405-12),
-, John (? another, fl. 1410),
-, Marg., w. of Wm.,
-, Wm.,

Wolsey, Thos., cardinal, abp. of York, rector of Burwell St. Mary's,

women's institutes,

Wood:
-, Alex.,
-, Edw.,
-, Hugh,
-, John (d. 1520),
-, Sir John (fl. 1603-8),
-, Nic,
-, fam.,

Wood green, in Ashley, q.v.

wood working, see furniture making; timber processing

Woodditton,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, Bansteads man.,
-, bdry.,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, cts. (manorial),
-, commons,
-, crafts and trades,
-, Derisley in,
-, Ditton Camoys man.,
-, Ditton Green,
-, Ditton, Little,
-, Ditton Valence man.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fires,
-, guildhall,
-, guilds,
-, heaths,
-, inc.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, land in,
-, man.,
-, ho.,
-, mills,
-, Monkwick (Wickhall) man.,
-, nonconf.,
-, officers, man. or par.,
-, pks.,
-, poor ho.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, origin of,
-, Priory man.,
-, racing activities,
-, reading room,
-, roads in,
-, Saxon Street, q.v.
-, sch.,
-, shops,
-, social institutions,
-, streams,
-, streets,
-, suburban growth,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village greens,
-, woodland,

Woodhouse (Wodehouse):
-, Sir Edw.,
-, John (d. 1431),
-, John (d. 1466),
-, Sir Rog.,
-, Thos. (d. 1452),
-, Sir Thos. (d. by 1530),
-, Thos. (fl. 1529-37),

woodland ind.,

Woodland Trust,

Woodrooffe, Wm., rector of Balsham, and his w.,

wool,

Woollard, C. Y.,

Woolpit (Suff.):
-, fair,

Wooton, Ernest, rector of Kennett,

Worcester, bp. of, see Oswald

Worcester, earls of, see Tiptoft

Worcestershire, benefice in,
-, and see Evesham; Overbury Court; Strensham

workhouses, see Bottisham; Burwell; Ditton, Fen; Horningsea; Isleham; Soham; Swaffham Prior; Wicken

works, tenants',

Worlington (Suff.):
-, land in,
-, ld.,
-, rectors,
-, resident,

Wormegay (Norf.):
-, lds.,

Wort, Wm.,

Worts Causeway,

Worthington:
-, Marg., w. of Wm., see Wendy
-, Wm.,

Wosson, see Watson

Wratting, West:
-, ct.,
-, resident,
-, Scalers man.,

Wray:
-, Dorothy, w. of Edw., see Horsley
-, Edw.,

Wren, Mat., bp. of Ely and Norwich, master of Peterhouse, Camb., rector of Teversham,

wrestling,

Wright:
-, Abraham, rector of Cheveley,
-, Chas.,
-, G. R. W.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam., of Fulbourn,

Wroxton Abbey (Oxon.),

Wulfhun, monk (fl. late 10th cent.),

Wulfmaer (fl. 1086),

Wulfric (fl. 930s) and his sons,

Wulfstan of Dalham (fl. c. 970),

Wulfstan (another, fl. c. 980),

Wulfwig (fl. 1066), man of Eddeva,

Wulfwine (fl. 1066), thegn of King Edw.,

Wulfwine (? another, fl. 1066), huntsman of King Edw.,

Wulfwine (another, fl. 1066), man of abbot of Ely,

Wulves Street,

Wyatt:
-, Jas., architect,
-, J. D.,

Wybrow, fam.,

Wynsige (fl. c. 950),

Wynsige (? another, fl. 980),

Wyse:
-, Francis,
-, John (fl. 1598), and his dau., and see Killingworth
-, John (? another, fl. before 1650), and his dau. Mary,
-, fam.,

Yalden (Beds.):
-, ld.,

Yarrow, fam.,

Yate, John, see Parker

York, dukes of, and see Richard; Frederick

York:
-, abp., see Musgrave
-, residents,
-, St. Mary's abbey,

Yorkshire:
-, landowner,
-, residents,

Yorkshire E.R., see Thornton-on-the-Hill

Yorkshire N.R., see Ravensworth; Whitby

Yorkshire W.R., see Richmond

youth clubs,

Zacharias, see Akaris

Zouche:
-, Alan la (d. 1270),
-, Alan la (d. 1314),
-, Alan la, Ld. la Zouche (d. 1346),
-, Eleanor, w. of Alan la (d. 1346), m. Sir Nic. d'Amory,
-, Hugh la, Ld. la Zouche,
-, Joan, w. of Sir Wm. la (d. after 1358), see Pecche
-, Joan, w. of Hugh, m. Sir John Pelham,
-, Joyce la (fl. 1277), m. Rob. Mortimer,
-, Joyce la (d. after 1374), m. Sir John Botetourt,
-, Joyce (d. 1407), Lady la, see Botetourt
-, Maud, w. of Wm. la (d. 1272), see Heybridge
-, Rog. la (d. 1238),
-, Rog. la (d. 1285),
-, Wm. la (d. 1272),
-, Wm. la (d. 1274),
-, (formerly Mortimer), Wm. la, Ld. Zouche of Richard's Castle (d. 1332),
-, Sir Wm. la (d. after 1358),
-, fam.,

Zouches man., see Fulbourn



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