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'Index: K-Z', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 16: Kinwardstone Hundred (1999), pp. 250-262. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=23055 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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keepers of weights and measures,

Kelsey, Hen.,

kennels,

Kennet, riv.,

Kennet & Avon canal,
-, Bruce tunnel,
-, lock keeper's cott. and ho.,
-, locks,
-, passenger boat,
-, pumping sta.,
-, reservoir (Wilton Water),
-, trust,
-, wharfs, plate
-, crane,
-, shed,
-, warehouse,

Kennet district,
-, council,

Kent:
-, Eliz.,
-, Eliz., w. of -, see Streat
-, Martha,
-, Wm. (d. 1786),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1804),

Kent, see Woolwich

Kepnal (in Pewsey),
-, agric.,
-, colonization,
-, common pasture,
-, ct.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Dursden Lane,
-, estates,
-, farms,
-, inc.,
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, tithing,

Kernet:
-, Alice, see Sturmy
-, Rob.,

Keylway, Thos.,

Keynell, Wm.,

Kidman, H. O.,

King, fam.,

King Hall, see Milton Lilbourne, man.

King's Corner (in Pewsey),
-, conservation area,
-, mission room,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, sch.,

Kingsettle, Wal., and his w. Lettice,

Kingston:
-, Constance, w. of Sir John of,
-, Eleanor, see Lisle
-, John (fl. 1375),
-, John (fl. 1524),
-, Sir John of,
-, Mary, m. Sir Thos. Lisle,
-, Nic.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1329),
-, Thos. (fl. 1683-99),

Kintbury (later Kintbury Eagle) hundred (Berks.),

Kinwardstone hundred,
-, cts.,
-, meeting place,
-, officers,

Kirkpatrick, W. MacC.,

Knapp:
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., s. of Thos.,

Knight:
-, A. S.,
-, Hen.,
-, Sam.,

Knowle, Ralph de la,

Knowle (in Little Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, chap.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, gravel extraction,
-, man.,
-, woodland,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, tithes,
-, woodland, and see Knowle, man.

Knowle (in Pewsey), see Pewsey

Knowles, Geo.,

labourers,

Lacock, vicar of, see Popham, Edw.

Lacy: Alice de, ctss. of Lincoln and of Salisbury, m. Sir Ebles Lestrange,
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln,
-, Marg. de, ctss. of Salisbury, see Longespée

Lambert, G. B.,

Lancaster:
-, Hen. of, earl of Lancaster and of Leicester (d. 1345),
-, Hen. of, see Henry IV
-, Maud, see Chaworth

Lancaster:
-, duchy,
-, dukes of, see Henry (of Grosmont); John (of Gaunt)
-, earl of, and see Henry (of Grosmont); John (of Gaunt)

land agent, see Ferris

Landon, Thos. de,

Lane, Ebenezer,

Lang, C. F. W.,

Langdon, J. H.,

Langford, Steeple, see Bathampton

Langley, John,

Lard:
-, Philippe, see Cowdray
-, Rob.,

Larder:
-, John,
-, Margery, see Organ

Latham, E. S.,

laundering,

laundry,

law silver,

Lawes, J. T.,

Lawn, see Milton Lilbourne, man.

lawyer, see Whitelocke, Sir Bulstrode

le Grand:
-, Edw.,
-, Wm. Lewis,

Leche, Thos., archdeacon of Wiltshire, rector of Pewsey,

Leech, Thos.,

Leget:
-, Helming,
-, Margery, see Malwain

legumes,

Leicester, earls of, see Lancaster, Hen.of; Montfort, Sim. de

Leicestershire, see Loughborough

Leigh:
-, D.,
-, I.,

Leigh Hill, see Savernake

Leites, Wal. de,

Leland, John,

Lemon:
-, D. L.,
-, P. D. L.,

Lestrange:
-, Alice, ctss. of Lincoln and of Salisbury, see Lacy
-, Sir Ebles,

Leverton (Berks., in Chilton Foliat, later Hungerford),
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, colonization from,
-, common meadow,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate cotts., plate
-, farms,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, man.,
-, mills,
-, New Hayward Farm,
-, open fields,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, roads,
-, stocks (punitive),
-, water meadows,
-, woodland,
-, and see Calcot and Leverton tithing

Lewin (fl. 1066),

Lewknor:
-, Joan, see Halsham
-, John,

Leyborne-Popham:
-, E. W. (d. 1843),
-, E. W. (d. 1881),
-, F. W.,
-, Francis,
-, H. F. A.,
-, John, rector of Chilton Foliat,
-, fam.,
-, and see Buller; Popham

liberties and franchises, see assizes; Bromham; Everleigh; free warren; hundred courts, exemptions and withdrawal of suit; vee de naam; view of frankpledge; and see (for cross references) courts and jurisdictions

library (public), see Pewsey

Liddington, see Coate

lightning strike,

Lillebonne:
-, Anstice, see Harding
-, Joan, w. of Wm. de,
-, John,
-, Sir John,
-, Wal. de (fl. 1166),
-, Wal. de (fl. 1243-78, ?two of this name),
-, Wm. de (fl. c. 1200),
-, Wm. de (fl. 1236), s. of Wm. de (fl.
-, c. 1200),
-, Wm. de (fl. 1318-19),
-, fam.,

Lillywhite, F. W.,

lime kiln,

Lincoln:
-, ctss. of, see Lacy, Alice
-, earl of, see Lacy, Hen.

Lisle:
-, Adelize,
-, Alice, see Tyeys
-, Bart.,
-, Eleanor, m. John Kingston,
-, Eleanor, w. of Sir John,
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Gerard de, Ld. Lisle, m. Ric. Pembridge,
-, Sir Gerard de, Ld. Lisle,
-, Humph.,
-, Joan, w. of Warin de, Ld. Lisle,
-, John (d. 1407),
-, John (d. 1429),
-, John, Ld. Lisle,
-, Sir John (d. 1370),
-, Sir John (d. c. 1471),
-, Sir John (will proved 1524),
-, John de,
-, Sir John de,
-, Marg., m. Thos. Berkeley, Ld. Berkeley,
-, Mary, see Kingston
-, Sir Nic.,
-, Nichole, see Columbers
-, Rob., Ld. Lisle,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Warin,
-, Warin de,
-, Warin de, Ld. Lisle,

litigiousness,

Littlecote estate (later Eastridge estate), and see Ramsbury, Littlecote man.

Littlecote House, see Ramsbury

Littlecote manor, see Ramsbury

Littlemore (Oxon.), priory of,

Littleworth (in Little Bedwyn),
-, farm,
-, farmstead,

Littleworth (in Milton Lilbourne),
-, dom. archit.,
-, prot. nonconf.,

Llewellins & James,

Llewellyn, David, curate of Easton,

Lloyd, fam.,

Lockhart:
-, Jas. (fl. c. 1796),
-, Jas. (fl. 1861),
-, (later Wastie), John,

locks, see Kennet & Avon canal

lockups, and see blindhouse; prison

Lollards,

London, Hawise of, see Chaworth

London,
-, hosp. of St. Thos.,
-, and see Westminster; Woolwich

London ride, see Bedwyn, Great

Long:
-, Chas.,
-, Emma, m. Wm. Scrope,
-, Sir Giles, Bt.,
-, Hannah, w. of Chas., m. 2 Jas. Dawkins,
-, Henrietta, w. of Sir Jas., Bt.,
-, Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1692),
-, Sir Jas., Bt. (d. 1729),
-, Sir Rob., Bt.,

Longbottom, see Chute Forest, estates

Longespée:
-, Ela, ctss. of Salisbury,
-, Ela, ctss. of Warwick, m. Sir Phil. Basset,
-, Marg., ctss. of Salisbury, m. Hen. de Lacy, earl of Lincoln,
-, Wm., styled earl of Salisbury,
-, Sir Wm.,

Loughborough (Leics.),

Lovel:
-, John, Ld. Lovel and Holand (d. 1408),
-, John, Ld. Lovel and Holand (fl. 1416),

Lovell, Sir John,

Lower, see Milton Lilbourne, man.

Lowther:
-, Jas.,
-, Jane, see Collingbourne

Lucy:
-, Constance, m. Sir Phil. Medows,
-, Francis,

Ludgershall, Hen. of, rector of Pewsey,

Ludgershall, and see Biddesden

Ludlow:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d. 1478),
-, Wm., s. of Wm. (d. 1478),
-, Wm. (fl. 1803),

Luttrell:
-, Jane, see Organ
-, Nic.,

Lyne:
-, M. M.,
-, Rob.,

Lyneham,
-, Bradenstoke, q.v.

MacAndrew, K. A.,

Macham:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

machine maker, see Holmes

Mackrell:
-, John,
-, fam.,

MacNamara, John,

MacPherson, C.,

Magor, Phil.,

Maidment:
-, A. L.,
-, E. G.,

Makeham, Amy,

Malmesbury Potatoes Ltd.,

malt mill,

malthouses and malting, and see breweries, brewhouses, and brewing; hopyards

maltsters, and see Brown & Hillary

Malwain:
-, Joan, m. Peter Tebaud,
-, John (fl. 1242-3),
-, John (d. 1361),
-, John (d. by 1378), s. of John (d. 1361),
-, John (d. by 1426),
-, Margery, m. Helming Leget,
-, Margery, w. of John,
-, Maud, w. of Ralph,
-, Ralph,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Man, John, chaplain of Chisbury,

Manners:
-, Chas., duke of Rutland,
-, Edw., earl of Rutland,
-, Frances, see Seymour
-, Hen., earl of Rutland,
-, John, marquess of Granby,

Manning:
-, Edw.,
-, Ric.,

Manningford,

Manningford Abbots,

Manningford Bruce, rector of, see Bailey, Thos.

Manton, see Preshute

maple,

March, earl of, see Mortimer

Margaret, ctss. of Richmond,

market gardening,

market house, see Bedwyn, Great

markets, see Andover; Bedwyn, Great;Grafton, East; Hungerford; Marlborough; Pewsey

Marlborough, Alf. of,

Marlborough, dukes of, see Spencer, Chas. and Geo.

Marlborough,
-, benefice,
-, castle,
-, ch. of St. Mary, vicar, see Hughes
-, mkt.,
-, Port mill,
-, priory of St. Marg.,

Marlborough Downs,

Marsh, M. H.,

marshal, John the, see John

Marshal:
-, Anselm, earl of Pembroke, n
-, Eleanor, w. of Wm., earl of Pembroke, m. 2 Sim. de Montfort, earl of Leicester,
-, Wal., earl of Pembroke,
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1219),
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke (d. 1231),

Marten (in Great Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, battle, see Meratun
-, chap.,
-, chaplain,
-, common pasture,
-, council hos.,
-, ct.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, open fields,
-, pk.,
-, Rom. Catholicism,
-, sch.,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,
-, and see Tidcombe and Marten tithing

Martigny, Thos.,

Mason:
-, Cath., see Hussey
-, Sir Rob.,

mast, see Chute forest, herbage and mast

master in Chancery, see Clerk, Sir Edw.

Master of the Rolls, see Franks

mastiff,

mathematician, see Evans

Maton, E. B.,

Maud, m. Wm., duke of Bavaria,

Mauduit:
-, Joan, w. of Wm.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

May:
-, A., & Sons,
-, Alf.,
-, R. G., & Sons,
-, R. J.,
-, Wm.,

Mears:
-, G., & Co.,
-, Thos.,

Mears & Stainbank,

mechanical engineering,

Medlicott, W. B.,

Medows:
-, Constance, see Lucy
-, Evelyn,
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1718),
-, Sir Phil. (d. 1757),
-, Sir Sydney,
-, (formerly Norie), W. H.,
-, fam.,

melon yard,

memorial hall, and see village halls

menagerie,

Meratun, battle of,

mercer, see Bushel, John (fl. 1670)

merestones,

Merriman:
-, E. B.,
-, T. B.,
-, Mrs.,

Metcalfe, Lascelles,

Methodists,
-, Independent,
-, Primitive,
-, Wesleyan,

Meyrick:
-, Arthur, curate of Chilton Foliat,
-, Edw., curate of Chilton Foliat,

Michael, Wm., see Michel

Michel:
-, John (fl. 1289),
-, John (d. 1319, ?another),
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Sim.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1417),
-, Thos. (fl. 1460, ?another),
-, Wm.,
-, (or Michael), Wm.,
-, and see Mitchell

Michelborne:
-, Alice, see Warren
-, Edw.,
-, Laur.,
-, Thos. (d. 1582),
-, Thos. (fl. 1623),

Michel's, see Milton Lilbourne, man.

Middlesex, see Chiswick House; and see Westminster

Midland & South Western Junction Railway,

Milcot (in Milton Lilbourne),
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, common pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm (Broomsgrove farm),
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, mill,
-, open fields,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Milcot Water (later Milkhouse Water, in Milton Lilbourne),
-, council hos.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, place name,
-, trout hatchery,
-, watercress beds,

Mildenhall,
-, Stitchcombe,

Miles, John,

military training areas, and see army barracks and camps

Milkhouse Water, see Milcot Water

millers,

Mills:
-, A. J.,
-, Ant.,
-, Emmote, m. Hen. Organ,
-, and see Mylles

mills, see under places; and see fulling mills; grist mills; horse mills; malt mill; tower mill; windmills

Milton, Mic. of,

Milton Abbot's, see Milton Lilbourne, man.

Milton Abbot's tithing,

Milton Havering, see Milton Lilbourne, man.

Milton Hill, see Milton Lilbourne, man.

Milton Lilbourne,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, Ann, Little, q.v.
-, boundary,
-, canal,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, Clench, q.v.
-, colonization,
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, curates,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit., plate
-, Totteridge Farm,
-, farms,
-, field system (prehist.),
-, Fyfield, q.v.
-, glebe,
-, Havering Ho.,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, King Hall,
-, Littleworth, q.v.
-, Lower Farm,
-, man.,
-, King Hall,
-, Lawn,
-, Lower,
-, Michel's,
-, Milton Abbot's,
-, Milton Havering,
-, Milton Hill,
-, Milton Lilbourne,
-, Milton under the Hill,
-, Rectory,
-, Totteridge,
-, man. hos., and see (all s.v. Milton Lilbourne) Havering Ho.; King Hall; Lower Farm; Milton Lilbourne Manor
-, Milcot q.v.
-, Milcot Water, q.v.
-, Milkhouse Water, see Milcot Water
-, mill,
-, Milton Lilbourne Manor, plate
-, New Mill, q.v.
-, Newtown, see Salisbury, Little
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, roads,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, Salisbury, Little, q.v.
-, sch. board,
-, schs.,
-, tithes,
-, tithing, and see Milton Abbot's
-, tithing
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Curtis, Chas.; Gale, J. H. and T. H.;
-, Pinch; Swain; Wall
-, village hall,
-, water meadows,
-, woodland,

Milton under the Hill, see Milton Lilbourne, man.

Minister of Health,

Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries,

Ministry of Defence, and see War Department

mint (for coins), see Bedwyn, Great: borough

mission rooms,

Mitchell:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., s. of Thos.,
-, and see Michel

model farm buildings,

Mohun, John de,

Monk, Nic.,

Mont St. Michel (Manche), abbey of,

Montagu:
-, Charlotte, see Wroughton
-, Geo., see Wroughton
-, Sir Geo.,
-, J. W. (d. 1882),
-, J. W. (fl. 1899),
-, Thos. de, earl of Salisbury,
-, Wm. de, earl of Salisbury (d. 1344),
-, Wm. de, earl of Salisbury (d. 1397),

Montfort:
-, Eleanor de, see Marshal
-, Sim. de, earl of Leicester,

Montgomery, earls of, see Herbert

Monthermer:
-, Marg. de, see Tyeys
-, Thos. de,

Morehead, Wm.,

Morgan:
-, Chris.,
-, Mary, see Organ
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Morland, Wm.,

Morley, see Savernake, Leigh Hill

Morris, Francis,

Morrison, Chas.,

Mortimer:
-, Isabel,
-, Rog., earl of March,

Morton:
-, Geo.,
-, Philippe, see Organ

mortuary chapel, see Pewsey

Mote, Ric. de la,

motor engineers, and see (for cross reference) engineers

motor vehicle makers, see Scout Motors Ltd.

Motson's, see Burbage, man.

Mottisfont (Hants), priory of,

Moyne:
-, Joan, see Croke
-, Rob. le,
-, Wm. le,

Mundy, W., & Sons,

Musard:
-, Eliz., m. 1 Wm. Braybrook, John Scot,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., s. of Wm.,

museums, see Coate; Devizes; Swindon; and see Pewsey, heritage centre

musical instrument, see cello

Mylles:
-, Francis,
-, Philippa, m. John Packer,
-, and see Mills

Naish:
-, Edw.,
-, Grace, see Brown
-, Thos., curate of Pewsey, subdean of Salisbury,
-, Wm.,

Nash, Hugh, vicar of Burbage,

National Council for Mental Health,

nature reserve, see Pewsey

Nethway, Ellis, rector of Froxfield,

Netley (Hants), abbey of,

Neville:
-, Alan de (d. c. 1178),
-, Alan de (d. c. 1190),
-, Geof. de (d. c. 1225),
-, Geof. de (d. 1267),
-, Geof. de (d. 1316),
-, Gillian, w. of Alan de, also m. Steph. Chamber,
-, Hugh (d. 1234),
-, Hugh (d. 1269),
-, Hugh (d. 1335),
-, Sir Hugh de,
-, John (d. 1246),
-, John (d. c. 1253),
-, John (d. 1282),
-, Sir John,
-, John de,
-, John de, Ld. Neville,
-, Phil. de,

New Hayward Farm, see Leverton

New Mill (in Milton Lilbourne),
-, dom. archit.,
-, inns,
-, place name,
-, wharf,

Newbigging, D. K.,

Newbury, Wm.,

Newbury (Berks.),
-, district,

Newman, fam.,

Newnton, North, see Rainscombe

Newton Wroth, see Petherton, North

Newtown, see Buttermere

Newtown (in Milton Lilbourne), see Salisbury, Little

Nixon, Jos., rector of Buttermere and of West Shefford,

Norie, W. H., see Medows

Normand:
-, Giles,
-, Rog.,

Norris:
-, H. C.,
-, John, vicar of Collingbourne Kingston,

Northampton, earl of, see Bohun

Northumberland:
-, dukes of, see Dudley; Percy, Sir Hugh
-, earls of, see Percy, Sir Hugh; Seymour, Algernon

Northwich, Wal.,

Norway spruce,

Noyes:
-, Joan, see Bacon
-, Thos.,
-, Wm., f. of Wm. (fl. 1622),
-, Wm. (fl. 1622),
-, Wm. (fl. 1793),

Noyon-sur-Andelle (now Charleval, Eure), priory of,

nurse,

nurserymen, and see Ware

Oakham, Ric.,

Oakhill (in Froxfield),
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, common meadow,
-, common pastures,
-, cts., see Oakhill, man.
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, inc.,
-, man. (North Standen and Oakhill man.),
-, cts.,
-, mills,
-, open fields,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, water meadow,
-, watercress beds,
-, woodland,

Oare, see Wilcot

Oatley & Morris (later Oatley & Whatley), and see Whatley, Geo., & Son Ltd.; Whatley & Co. Ltd.

observatory,

occupations and professions, see apothecary; basket and hive maker; butchers; clock and watch makers; clothiers; clothmakers; coal and timber merchants; collar maker; coopers; fuller; glovers; labourers; maltsters; millers; motor engineers; nurse; nurserymen; pelterer; porter; publicans; retail and retailers; slaughterer of horses; surgeons; tailors; tanner; weavers; wharfingers; wig makers; and see (for cross references) agricultural auctioneers and valuers; agricultural engineers; agricultural implement makers; agricultural machinery hirer; almoner; animal foodstuffs wholesalers; antiquarian; architects and designers; astronomer; authors; bankers; bell founders; book collectors; brass founders; brewers; brick makers; coal and corn merchants; courtier; diarists; engineers; fertilizer wholesalers; geologist; harness maker; historian; iron founders; land agent; lawyer; machine maker; mathematician; mercer; motor vehicle makers; physicians; politician; potatoes, growers; scientific instruments makers; secretary; shoemaker; stonemasons; wool stapler; and see (also for cross references) officers and officials; trades and industries

Odolina (fl. 1086),

offences, see affray; archery; assaults; building; caps; contrariance; coursing; debt; fowling piece; gambling; games (unlawful); hares; high treason; inmates; intemperance; litigiousness; regicide; roads, failure to repair; rook net; sexual immorality; slander; strangers; theft; tree felling; trespass; waste

officers and officials, see aletasters; Bedwyn, Great: borough (bailiff; officers; portreeve); bread weighers; Chisbury, ct.; Froxfield, almsho.; haywards; keepers of weights and measures; Kinwardstone hundred; overseers of common pasture; overseers of open fields; Pewsey, cts.; tellers of cattle; tellers of sheep; Wexcombe, cts.; Wiltshire, sheriff; woodward; and see (for cross references) clerk of parliament; clerk of the peace; master in Chancery; Master of the Rolls; treasurer of the court of Augmentations; and see (also for cross references) occupations and professions

offices (trade and retail),

Ogbourne, John, rector of Froxfield,

Ogbourne St. George,

Oglethorpe, Owen,

oil depot,

Old Hayward Farm, see Hayward

old people:
-, bungalows,
-, day centre,
-, residential home,

Oldcastle:
-, Joan, Baroness Cobham, see Hawkberk
-, Sir John,

open fields, and see under places

Oppenheim, P. A. C. L.,

oratories,

orchid house,

ordination of vicarages,

Ordnance Survey,

Organ:
-, Alice, m. Rob. Harrison,
-, Bridget, m. Giles Saunders,
-, Emmote, see Mills
-, Hen.,
-, Jane, w. of -, m. 2 Nic. Luttrell,
-, John,
-, Margery, m. Rob. Larder,
-, Mary, m. 1 Rob. Morgan, Wm. Stourton,
-, Philippe, m. Geo. Morton,
-, Ric.,

Organ alias Taylor, John,

organic beef production,

Osbourne:
-, B.,
-, G. E. R.,
-, J. F.,

Osmund, bp. of Salisbury,

outlawry,

overseers of common pasture,

overseers of open fields,

Overton, see Shaw

Overton Heath airfield,

Owen, Geo.,

oxen,

Oxenwood (Berks., in Shalbourne),
-, schs.,

Oxford:
-, bp.,
-, diocese,
-, priory of St. Frideswide,
-, university,
-, Brasenose Coll.,
-, Cardinal Coll.,
-, King Hen. VIII's Coll.,
-, Wadham Coll.,

Oxfordshire, see Abingdon; Ewelme; Littlemore; Wallingford; Witney

Packer:
-, John (d. 1649),
-, John (fl. 1689),
-, Philippa, see Mylles

Pain, John,

Palence, Gueres de,

Palerne:
-, Hen. de,
-, John de,

Pall Mall, see Westminster

Paple, Ric.,

parish council, see Pewsey

parish room, and see village halls

Parker:
-, Christine, see Short
-, Florence, m. J. L. Baskin,
-, Hen.,

parks, see under places

parliament,
-, clerk, see Franks
-, members, see Collingbourne, fam.; Finch, Dan.; Hungerford, fam.; Metcalfe; Pearse, John; Stock, fam.; Stonehouse, Francis; Sturmy, fam.; Wildman
-, reform,
-, trustees,
-, and see Bedwyn, Great: parl. rep.

Parr, Cath., see Catherine

Parsons:
-, Bart., vicar of Collingbourne Kingston,
-, Edm., curate of Collingbourne Kingston,

partridges,

Parvis:
-, Hen.,
-, Jane, w. of Hen.,
-, Jewell,

passenger boat, see Kennet & Avon canal

Pearce:
-, A. T.,
-, Caroline, w. of Sir Wm., Bt.,
-, Dame Dinah,
-, Phil.,
-, R. A.,
-, V. M.,
-, Sir Wm., Bt.,

Pearse:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Pearson:
-, J. L.,
-, Jas.,

peas,

peculiar jurisdiction,

pelterer,

Pembridge:
-, Eliz., see Lisle
-, Ric.,

Pembroke, earls of, see Herbert; Marshal; Valence, Aymer and Wm.

Penruddocke:
-, Chas. (d. 1788),
-, Chas. (d. 1899),
-, Chas. (fl. 1919),
-, J. H.,
-, Laetitia,

Penruddocke's rising,

Percy:
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Hugh., Bt., earl and duke of Northumberland, see Seymour
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Thos., see Strathbogie
-, (formerly Smithson), Sir Hugh, Bt., earl and duke of Northumberland,
-, Sir Thos.,

Peter son of Fulcher,

Petherton, North (Som.), Newton Wroth man. in,

petrol station, and see commercial garages

Pewsey,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, alehouses, see Pewsey, inns and alehouses
-, Ann, Little, q.v.
-, Ball, q.v.
-, banks (commercial),
-, boundary,
-, bridges,
-, burial board,
-, bus depot,
-, business pk.,
-, canal,
-, car park and car parking,
-, carnival, see Pewsey, feast or carnival
-, cemetery,
-, char.,
-, ch., plate
-, cinema,
-, clubs (social),
-, colonization from,
-, common meadow,
-, common pastures,
-, conservation areas,
-, council hos.,
-, cts.,
-, officers,
-, cricket ground,
-, curates, and see Naish, Thos.
-, Denny Sutton Hipend,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Buckleaze Farm,
-, Court Ho., plate
-, Manor Farm,
-, Dursden Lane, see Kepnal
-, electricity,
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, feast or carnival,
-, field system (prehist.),
-, fire engine,
-, fire stas.,
-, football pitch,
-, gas lighting and gasworks,
-, gibbet,
-, glebe,
-, golf course,
-, Haybrook Ho.,
-, heritage centre,
-, hosp., see Pewsey mental hospital
-, inc.,
-, industrial estate,
-, ind.,
-, inns and alehouses,
-, Kepnal, q.v.
-, King's Corner, q.v.
-, Knowle,
-, library,
-, lockup,
-, man.,
-, Buckleaze,
-, Pewsey,
-, mkt., and see Pewsey, streets: Market Place
-, mills,
-, Buckleaze,
-, Jones,
-, Town,
-, mortuary chap.,
-, nature reserve,
-, open fields,
-, par. council,
-, Piccadilly,
-, playing field,
-, police stas.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, post office,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, hill fort,
-, Prospect,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, Raffin,
-, rly.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, rectors, and see Chambers; Leche; Ludgershall, Hen. of; Pleydell-Bouverie, Bertrand and Fred.; Stanley, Hoby; Thorpe; Townsend, Jas.; Watson; Whitburgh
-, rectory,
-, rectory hos.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Catholicism, plate
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, sch. board,
-, schs.,
-, sewage works,
-, Sharcott, q.v.
-, Sharcott, East, see Sharcott
-, Sharcott, West, see Sharcott
-, shops, and see Pewsey, supermarket
-, Southcott, q.v.
-, sports field,
-, sports hall,
-, streets,
-, Church St.,
-, High St., plate
-, Market Place, plate
-, North St., plate
-, River St.,
-, supermarket, and see Pewsey, shops
-, Swan, q.v.
-, swimming pool,
-, telephone exchange,
-, tithes,
-, tithing (Down Pewsey tithing),
-, trades,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village halls,
-, warren,
-, water meadow,
-, waterworks,
-, West End, see World's End
-, wharf, plate
-, white horse,
-, Wick, West, q.v.
-, woodland,
-, workho., and see Pewsey poorlaw union
-, World's End, q.v.

Pewsey, Vale of,

Pewsey Electric Light Company,

Pewsey estate,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, cust. tenants,

Pewsey mental hospital (industrial colony of mental defectives),
-, sch.,

Pewsey poor-law union,
-, workho.,
-, chap.,
-, sch.,

Pewsey rural district council,

Pflueger, Sandy,

pheasants,

Phelips, Sir Edw.,

Philippa (of Hainault), queen of Edw. III,

Philosophical Magazine,

Philpot (Philpott):
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, J. C.,
-, Sir John,
-, Mary, w. of Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Phipps, C. J.,

physicians, see Owen; Willis

Piccadilly, see Pewsey

Piccadilly, see Westminster, Burlington Ho.

Pierrepont:
-, Hen. Manvers,
-, Phil.,

Pike:
-, Georgina,
-, W. G.,
-, and see Pyke

Pile:
-, Edw. (will proved 1670),
-, Edw. (fl. 1670, another),
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., m. 2 Rog. Earth,
-, Sir Francis,
-, Sir Gabriel,
-, J. L.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (d. 1561),
-, Thos. (fl. 1920),

Pile's, see Aughton, man.

Pilkington, Wm.,

pillory,

Pinch, Geo., vicar of Milton Lilbourne,

Piper, Eliz.,

planned settlement, and see colonization

playing field, see Pewsey

Pleydell-Bouverie:
-, Bertrand, canon of Salisbury, rector of Pewsey,
-, Fred., canon of Salisbury, rector of Pewsey,
-, Jacob, earl of Radnor (d. 1828),
-, Jacob, earl of Radnor (fl. 1991),
-, and see Bouverie

Pocock:
-, Abraham,
-, Ric.,

Poer, Hugh le,

Polhampton:
-, Marg., w. of Ric. of,
-, Ric. of,

police houses,

police stations, see Pewsey

politician, see Whitelocke, Sir Bulstrode

Pollard's, see Chute Forest, estates

Pollen, fam.,

ponds, see Burbage; Buttermere; Cadley (in Chute); Chilton Foliat; Chilton Lodge; Easton; Falstone pond; Fosbury; Grafton, East; Henley; Wilton; Wootton Rivers; and see fishpond

Ponting, C. E.,

poor-law unions, see Andover; Hungerford; Pewsey poor-law union

Poore:
-, C. H., vicar of Collingbourne Kingston,
-, Charlotte,
-, Edw.,
-, Sir Edw., Bt.,
-, John (d. 1787),
-, John (fl. 1804),

poorhouse, see Chilton Foliat, workho.; and see (for cross references) workhouses

Popham:
-, Alex. (d. 1669),
-, Alex. (d. 1705),
-, Alex. (d. 1705, another),
-, Dorothy, w. of Francis,
-, Edw.,
-, Edw., rector of Chilton Foliat, vicar of Lacock,
-, Francis (d. 1735),
-, Francis (d. 1780),
-, Francis (d. 1804),
-, Sir Francis (d. 1644),
-, Sir Francis (d. 1674),
-, Joan, w. of John de, see Columbers
-, Joan, w. of Ric. de, see Columbers
-, Sir John,
-, John de,
-, Ric. de,
-, fam.,
-, and see Leyborne-Popham

porter (servant),

post office, see Pewsey

potatoes,
-, growers, see Malmesbury Potatoes Ltd.
-, packing,

Potter, A. E.,

Poughley (in Chaddleworth, Berks.), priory of,

poultry farming,
-, poultry hos.,
-, and see hens

pounds (enclosures),

prehistoric remains, and see under places

Presbyterians,

Preshute,
-, Manton,

priest, Bristoard the, see Bristoard

priest, Rainbold the, see Rainbold

priest, Viel the, see Viel

Prior, R. C., see Alexander

prison, and see blindhouse; Borstal institution; lockups

professions, see (for cross references) occupations and professions

Prospect, see Pewsey

protestant nonconformity, and see under places; and see Baptists; Congregationalists; Independency; Methodists; Presbyterians; Quakers

Prynne, Gilb.,

publicans,

Pulse:
-, Jas.,
-, Phil.,

pump house, see Wexcombe

pumping station, see Kennet & Avon canal

punishment, see blindhouse; Borstal institution; cage; cuckingstool; gibbets; hanging; lockups; outlawry; pillory; prison; sequestration; stocks

Purdue:
-, Wm.,
-, -,

Puthall:
-, Ric. of,
-, Rob. of,
-, Wm. of,

Puthall (in Little Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate,
-, woodland,
-, farm,
-, open fields,
-, pk.,
-, place name,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, tithingman,
-, woodland, and see Puthall, estate

Pyke:
-, Edm.,
-, Hen. (fl. 1690),
-, Hen. (fl. 1767),
-, Hen. (d. 1827),
-, T. H.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Pike

Pynsent, Sir Wm., Bt.,

Pythouse (in Tisbury), estate

Quakers,

quarries, and see Knowle, gravel extraction

Queen Anne's bounty,

rabbits, and see warrens
-, render,

racehorses, and see gallops

Radnor, earls of, see Bouverie; Pleydell-Bouverie

Raffin, see Pewsey

Raffin Stud,

railway stations, see Bedwyn, Great; Burbage; Cadley (in Collingbourne Ducis and Collingbourne Kingston); Collingbourne Kingston; Grafton, West; Pewsey; Wootton Rivers

railways, see Berks. & Hants Extension; Berks. & Hants; G.W.R.; Midland & South Western Junction; Swindon, Marlborough & Andover; and see tramway

Rainbald, son of Croc, and see Croke

Rainbald (fl. 1086),

Rainbold the priest,

Rainer (fl. 1086),

Rainscombe (in North Newnton, later Wilcot),
-, Rainscombe Ho.,

Ralph, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Ram Alley (in Burbage, Easton, and Savernake),
-, dom. archit.,
-, prot. nonconf.,

Ramsbury,
-, airfield,
-, Axford,
-, farm,
-, Hens wood,
-, Littlecote Ho.,
-, lodge,
-, pk.,
-, woodland,
-, Littlecote man., and see Littlecote estate
-, rural district,
-, sch.,
-, Thrup,
-, watercress beds,
-, woodland,

Randall, Ralph,

Randolph:
-, C. F.,
-, Chas.,
-, Mary Anne, see Foyle

Rawlins:
-, S. H.,
-, Wal.,

Raymond:
-, Eliz., m. John Craven,
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Jemmett, see Skilling
-, Sir Jemmett,

Read:
-, Edw.,
-, Wm.,
-, and see Rede

Reading (Berks.),

recreation ground, see Bedwyn, Great

Rede, Wm., bp. of Chichester, rectorof Buttermere, and see Read

Redhouse, see Chute Forest, estates

Redundant Churches Fund, see Churches Conservation Trust

regicide,

relics,

religious houses, and see Abingdon; Battle; Bradenstoke; Easton, priory; Marlborough, priory; Mottisfont; Netley; Noyonsur-Andelle; Poughley; Rouen; St. Évroul; Shaftesbury; Sheen; Southampton; Winchester: Hyde abbey and priory of St. Swithun

religious orders, see Hospitallers; Trinitarians

religious tracts,

rent (less common), see rabbits, render; wine rent

republican, see Wildman

reservoir, see Kennet & Avon canal

restaurant, and see tea room

retail and retailers,

Reviers:
-, Baldwin de,
-, Baldwin de, earl of Devon, lord of the Isle of Wight (d. 1245),
-, Baldwin de, earl of Devon (d. 1262),
-, Isabel de, ctss. of Aumale and of Devon, m. - de Forz,
-, Marg. de, see FitzGerald
-, and see Rivers

Reyny, Wm. de,

Richard I,

Richard III,

Richmond, ctss. of, see Margaret

Richmond Webb:
-, Anne,
-, Eliz.,
-, John,
-, and see Webb

Ricketts, J.,

riding schools,

Ring, Avis,

Ringbourne:
-, Agnes, see Sturmy
-, Eliz., w. of Wm.,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. (d. 1450),
-, Wm. (d. 1512),

Rivers:
-, Hen.,
-, Isabel, w. of Thos., ?m. 2 Hugh Craan,
-, Jocelin,
-, John (fl. 1325),
-, John (fl. 1375, another),
-, John de,
-, Marg., w. of Wal.,
-, Ric. de,
-, Rog.,
-, Rose de, w. of John, ?m. 2 Sim. Simeon,
-, Thos. (fl. c. 1314),
-, Thos. (d. 1375),
-, Thos. (fl. 1412),
-, Wal. de (d. by 1222),
-, Wal. de (fl. 1242-3),
-, Wm.,
-, Wm. de,
-, and see Reviers

rivers, see Avon; Bourne; Deane water; Dun; Ford brook; Froxfield stream; Kennet

roach,

roads:
-, Burbage-Pewsey,
-, Chipping Campden to Salisbury,
-, Cirencester-Winchester,
-, Everleigh-Salisbury,
-, Hungerford-Andover,
-, Hungerford-Salisbury,
-, London and south Wales motorway,
-, London to Bath and Bristol,
-, London-Swindon,
-, Marlborough-Andover,
-, Marlborough to Milton Lilbourne,
-, Marlborough-Pewsey,
-, Marlborough-Salisbury,
-, Marlborough-Winchester,
-, Mildenhall to Old Salisbury,
-, Oxford-Salisbury,
-, Roman,
-, Swindon-Andover,
-, Swindon-Salisbury,
-, trunk,
-, turnpiked, and see toll houses

roads, failure to repair,

Robbins, Sam.,

Robe, Adam,

Robert (fl. 1086),

Robert (fl. late 12th cent.),

Robert son of Gerald,

Robert son of Ralph,

Roberts, P. W. B.,

Robinson, Mr.,

Roches, Peter des, bp. of Winchester,

Rock:
-, Alice, see Braybrook
-, Anne, m. Ric. Axsmith,
-, Ric.,

Roger, bp. of Salisbury,

Rogers:
-, Edw.,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, F. E. N.,
-, Geo.,
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Rokesley:
-, Eleanor, see Beauchamp
-, Wal.,

Rolt:
-, Anne, see Baynton
-, (Sir) Edw., see Baynton-Rolt

Roman Catholicism, see Bedwyn, Great; Burbage; Chute; Easton; Fosbury; Marten; Pewsey; Tidcombe; Wexcombe; Wolfhall

Romano-British remains, and see under places

Romilly:
-, Dora, w. of Wm., Ld. Romilly,
-, Wm., Ld. Romilly,

rook net, failure to keep,

Rootes:
-, Sir Wm., Ld. Rootes (d. 1964),
-, Wm., Ld. Rootes (d. 1992),

Ros:
-, Edm. de, Ld. Ros,
-, Eleanor, see Beauchamp
-, Hugh de,
-, Muriel, w. of Wm. de, m. 2 Rog. Wallis,
-, Thos. de, Ld. Ros,
-, Thos. de, Ld. Ros, s. of Thos. de, Ld. Ros,
-, Wm. de,

Rosewell:
-, Alex.,
-, Jas.,
-, Peter,
-, Thos.,

Rouen (Seine Maritime), abbey of la Trinité du Mont (abbey of Sainte-Cathérine-du-Mont),

Royal Society,

royalists,

Rudge (in Froxfield),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, Crossford,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, Harrow farm, and see
-, Chisbury: Harrow Farm
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, Harrow,
-, Rudge,
-, Rudge Manor,
-, Scrope,
-, mill,
-, open fields,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, woodland,

Rudhall, Abraham,

Russel:
-, Eleanor, w. of Theobald,
-, John,
-, Ralph (fl. 1239),
-, Ralph (d. c. 1278, ?another),
-, Theobald,
-, Wm.,

Russell, Sir Wm., Bt.,

Rutherfords Stud,

Rutland:
-, duke of, see Manners, Chas.
-, earls of, see Manners, Edw. and Hen.

Ruttle, J. S.,

SSI Ltd.,

Sackville, Lds., see Sackville-West

Sackville-West:
-, Chas., Ld. Sackville,
-, Edw., Ld. Sackville,
-, Lionel, Ld. Sackville,
-, fam.,

sainfoin,

St. Briavels (Glos.),

St. Évroul (Orne), abbey of,

St. Francis's school,

St. German, Ralph de (?Ralph Foliot),

St. Helen:
-, Gillian, see Farnham
-, John de,

St. Martin:
-, Hugh de (?Hugh of Standen),
-, Joan, w. of Hugh de,
-, Joan de, see Braboef
-, Margery, w. of Peter de,
-, Peter de,
-, Wm. de (fl. 1249),
-, Wm. de (fl. 1275, ?the same),

St. Vigeur:
-, Maud, w. of Thos. de,
-, Thos. de,

Salford, Wal. de,

Salisbury:
-, Edw. of,
-, Maud of, m. Humph. de Bohun,

Salisbury:
-, ctsses. of, see Lacy, Alice; Longespée, Ela and Marg.
-, earldom,
-, earls of, see Longespée, Wm.; Montagu

Salisbury,
-, bell foundry,
-, bps., and see Osmund; Roger
-, cath. ch.,
-, canons, see Pleydell-Bouverie, Bertrand and Fred.; Stanton
-, dean and canons (chapter),
-, deans,
-, prebends and prebendaries, and see Bedwyn; Chisenbury and Chute; Hurstbourne and Burbage
-, subdean, see Naish, Thos.
-, treasurer, see Cardeville
-, diocese,

Salisbury, Little (otherwise Newtown, in Milton Lilbourne),
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, inn,

Salisbury Plain,

Sands, East (in Burbage),
-, inn,
-, trade,

Sandys:
-, Eliz., w. of -, m. Ralph Scrope,
-, Thos., Ld. Sandys,
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys (d. 1540), and his w. Margery,
-, Wm., Ld. Sandys (d. 1623),

sarsen,

Saunders:
-, Bridget, see Organ
-, Giles,
-, Nat., vicar of Little Bedwyn,

Savage:
-, Edw.,
-, Jas.,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Thos. le,

Savary, P. J. de,

Savernake (formerly North Savernake and South Savernake with Brimslade and Cadley),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, airfield, see Overton Heath airfield
-, boundary,
-, Brimslade, q.v.
-, Cadley, q.v.
-, canal,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, ch., plate
-, curate,
-, dom. archit.,
-, eccl. district (Savernake Christchurch),
-, estates,
-, Brown's,
-, Savernake,
-, farms,
-, field system (prehist.),
-, hosp.,
-, ind.,
-, Leigh Hill (formerly Morley),
-, pk. (Savernake great pk.),
-, lodges,
-, woodland,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rlys.,
-, Ram Alley, q.v.
-, roads,
-, Romano-Brit. rem.,
-, Savernake Lodge, plate
-, pk.,
-, schs.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, woodland,
-, and see Brimslade and South Savernake tithing; Savernake forest; Savernake Park North tithing

Savernake Christchurch ecclesiastical district, see Savernake, eccl. district

Savernake forest,
-, Amity Oak,
-, Bagden Lodge,
-, Bedwyn Brails bailiwick, q.v.
-, Black Vault,
-, boundary,
-, Braydon Hook Lodge,
-, camp site,
-, Coal coppice,
-, common pasture,
-, conventicles,
-, cts.,
-, Durley heath, see Durley
-, Eight Walks,
-, forester,
-, Grand Avenue, see Bedwyn, Great
-, imparking,
-, inc.,
-, keeper of the west bailiwick,
-, Ludens Lye,
-, Savernake Lawn,
-, Savernake Lodge, see Savernake
-, Southgrove copse, see Burbage, woodland
-, tithes,
-, wardens,
-, warrens,
-, inc.,
-, lodges,
-, West walk,
-, woodland,

Savernake Forest ecclesiastical district, and see Bedwyn, Great: St. Katharine's ch.

Savernake great park, see Savernake, pk.

Savernake Lodge, see Savernake

Savernake Park North tithing,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,

saw mill,

Sawyer, John,

Saxons,

school boards, see Milton Lilbourne; Pewsey

schools:
-, boarding,
-, charity,
-, Ch. of Eng.,
-, comprehensive,
-, dame,
-, evening (night),
-, infants',
-, junior,
-, Methodist,
-, National,
-, night, see schools, evening
-, nursery,
-, preparatory,
-, primary,
-, private,
-, residential,
-, secondary modern,
-, special,
-, Sunday,
-, and see Borstal institution; training centre for young people; and see under places

scientific instruments makers, see SSI Ltd.

Scot:
-, Eliz., see Musard
-, John,
-, and see Scott

Scot's Poor, see Hippenscombe

Scott, G. G., and see Scot

Scout Motors Ltd.,

scouts hall,

scrap metal yard,

Scroggs:
-, Anne, w. of Sir Wm.,
-, Edw.,
-, Mary,
-, S. E.,
-, S. M.,
-, Revd. S. M.,
-, Sibyl, m. - Dance,
-, W. S.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., s. of Wm.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Scrope:
-, Eliz., see Sandys
-, Emma, see Long
-, Ralph,
-, Wm.,

Scrope, see Rudge, man.

secretary, see Mylles, Francis

seed production,

Selkley hundred,

sequestered ministers,

sequestration,

serjeanty,

sewage works, see Pewsey

Seward, John,

sexual immorality,

Seymour:
-, Algernon, duke of Somerset, earl of Egremont and of Northumberland,
-, Chas., Ld. Seymour,
-, Chas., duke of Somerset,
-, Charlotte, m. Heneage Finch, earl of Aylesford,
-, Edw., Vct. Beauchamp, earl of Hertford, duke of Somerset (d. 1552),
-, Sir Edw., Bt.,
-, Sir Edw., earl of Hertford (d. 1621),
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Bruce, earl of Ailesbury,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Hugh Percy (formerly Smithson), earl and duke of Northumberland,
-, Eliz., w. of John,
-, Frances, m. Sir Geo. Hungerford,
-, Frances, m. John Manners, marquess of Granby,
-, Francis, Ld. Seymour, duke of Somerset (d. 1678),
-, Sir Francis, Baron Seymour (d. 1664),
-, Isabel, w. of Sir John,
-, Jane, see Jane
-, John (d. 1491),
-, John (d. 1509),
-, John, duke of Somerset,
-, Sir John (d. 1464),
-, Sir John (d. 1536),
-, Mary, see Smith
-, Rog.,
-, Sarah, w. of John, duke of Somerset, m. 1 Geo. Grimston, Hen. Hare, Ld. Coleraine,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Wm., earl of Hertford, marquess of Hertford, duke of Somerset (d. 1660),
-, Wm., duke of Somerset (d. 1671),
-, fam.,

Shaftesbury (Dors.), abbey of,

Shalbourne (formerly partly Berks.),
-, Harding, q.v.
-, man.:
-, Westcourt,
-, and see Stype Grange estate
-, Oxenwood, q.v.
-, Stype Grange, see Stype Grange estate
-, Stype Wood Stud,
-, tithing,
-, vicarage,
-, warren,

shambles (butchers'), see Bedwyn, Great

Sharcott (in Pewsey),
-, agric.,
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, ct.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, estates,
-, farms,
-, inc.,
-, open fields,
-, Sharcott, East,
-, colonization,
-, dom. archit., plate
-, place name,
-, Sharcott, West,
-, chap.,
-, chaplain,
-, dom. archit.,
-, mill,
-, tithing,

Shaw:
-, Alice, see Braybrook
-, John,

Shaw (in Chute),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, farms,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, open fields,
-, woodland,

Shaw (in Overton), n

Sheafe, Grindall, rector of Chilton Foliat,

Sheen (Surr.), priory of,

Shefford, West (Berks.), rector of, see Nixon

Sherfield, Rog.,

sheriff's aid,

Sherrington, Gilb.,

Shipreeve:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

shoemaker, see Godwin, Thos.

shooting,

shops, see Pewsey

Short:
-, Christine, m. Hen. Parker,
-, John,
-, Margery, see Braybrook

Simeon, Sim., and see Rivers, Rose

Skilling:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Jemmett Raymond,
-, Hen. (d. 1670),
-, Hen. (d. 1686),
-, Hen. (fl. 1748),
-, John,
-, Mary, see Ernle
-, Mic.,
-, Swithun,
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

slander,

slaughterer of horses,

slaughterhouse,

smallholdings,

smallpox house,

Smith:
-, Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, m. Chas. Seymour, Ld. Seymour,
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah,
-, Thos. (fl. 1612),
-, Thos. (d. 1637, ?another),
-, Thos. (fl. 1806),
-, and see Assheton-Smith

Smith Barry, J. H.,

Smithson:
-, Eliz., see Seymour
-, Sir Hugh, Bt., earl and duke of Northumberland, see Percy

Soane, Sir John,

Soley (in Chilton Foliat),
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, colonization,
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, estates,
-, inc.,
-, open fields,
-, roads,
-, Soley, East (Straight Soley),
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, Soley, West (Crooked Soley),
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, woodland,

Somerset:
-, Edm. (d. 1789),
-, Edm. (d. 1809),
-, Edm. (d. 1858),
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Mary, dchss. of Beaufort,
-, Wm.,

Somerset:
-, dukes of, see Beaufort, Edm. and Hen.; Seymour
-, earl of, see Beaufort, Edm.

Somerset,
-, clerk of the peace, see Ewen
-, and see Bath; Petherton, North; Stogursey

Sotwell:
-, Anne, w. of John,
-, John (d. 1598),
-, John (fl. 1628),
-, Ric.,
-, Rob. (d. 1630),
-, Rob. (fl. 1648),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Sotwell's, see Grafton, West: man.

South Sea Company, director of, see Hawes

Southampton (Hants), priory of St. Denis,

Southby, Wm.,

Southcott (in Pewsey),
-, agric.,
-, colonization,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, ct.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estates,
-, farms,
-, Hurly lake,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inn,
-, open fields,
-, tithing,

Southgrove farm, see Burbage, farms

Spackman, John,

Spanish chestnut,

Spanswick, Rog., and his w. Eliz.,

Sparsholt, Wm.,

Speen (Berks.), see Bagnor

Spencer:
-, Chas., duke of Marlborough,
-, Eliz., see Trevor
-, Geo., duke of Marlborough,

spinning,
-, wheels,
-, and see woollen cloth making

sport and recreation grounds, see (both s.v. Bedwyn, Great) cricket field; recreation ground; (all s.v. Pewsey) cricket ground; football pitch; golf course; playing field; sports field; (s.v. Savernake forest) camp site; and see Pewsey, sports hall; summer camp

sports and games, see birds; cricket; hunting; and see (for cross references) sport and recreation grounds

sports field, see Pewsey

sports hall, see Pewsey

Stacey:
-, Anne, w. of Ric.,
-, Ric.,

Staddles school,

Stafford:
-, Anne, w. of Humph., earl of Stafford, duke of Buckingham,
-, Anne, w. of Thos. de, earl of Stafford, m. Edm. de, earl of Stafford, Wm. Bourgchier, count of Eu,
-, Edm. de, earl of Stafford,
-, Edw., duke of Buckingham,
-, Hen., duke of Buckingham,
-, Hugh de, earl of Stafford,
-, Humph., earl of Stafford, duke of Buckingham,
-, Marg., see Audley
-, Ralph de, earl of Stafford,
-, Thos. de, earl of Stafford,
-, Wm. de, earl of Stafford,

Stagg:
-, F. C.,
-, Wm.,

Standen, Hugh of (?Hugh de St. Martin),

Standen (in Chute),
-, agric.,
-, club room,
-, common pasture,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, friendly soc.,
-, inc.,
-, malthouse,
-, man.,
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, sch.,
-, Standen Ho.,
-, pk.,
-, woodland,

Standen, North (in Hungerford),
-, chap.,
-, farm,
-, and see Oakhill, man.

Standen Hussey (formerly South Standen, in Hungerford),

Stanford, see Thomas Stanford

Stanhope, fam.,

Stanley:
-, Geo.,
-, Geo., grds. of Geo.,
-, Hans,
-, Hoby, rector of Pewsey,
-, Philippa, w. of Hoby,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., grds. of Wm.,

Stanton, Thos., archdeacon of Wiltshire, canon of Salisbury, vicar of Burbage,

Stanton St. Bernard, vicar of, see Stephens, Ric.

Staplehill:
-, Joan, w. of John,
-, John (d. 1436),
-, John (fl. 1454),

steam engines,

Stephens:
-, Geo.,
-, Nat. (d. 1678),
-, Nat. (fl. 1679),
-, Ric., vicar of Stanton St. Bernard,
-, fam.,

Stevens:
-, Eliz., w. of J. W.,
-, J. W.,

Stibb Green (in Burbage),
-, conservation area,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate cotts.,
-, inns,
-, village green,

Stitchcombe, see Mildenhall

Stock:
-, Adam of,
-, Edw.,
-, Gena, w. of Adam of, m. 2 Rob. Hungerford,
-, Hugh,
-, John,
-, Sir John,
-, Marg., m. John Weston,
-, Parnel, w. of Hugh,
-, Patrick,
-, Rog. (fl. 1294),
-, Rog. (d. c. 1333, ?another),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., n,

Stock (in Great Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, ct.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, inc.,
-, man., woodland,
-, man. ho.,
-, open fields,
-, pop.,
-, Stock common,
-, woodland,
-, woodland, and see (both s.v. Stock) man.; Stock common

stocks (punitive),

Stogursey (Som.),

Stonehouse:
-, Francis (d. 1738), M.P.,
-, Francis (fl. 1741),
-, Geo.,
-, Mary, see Crispe

stonemasons, see Lloyd

Stourton:
-, Mary, see Organ
-, Wm.,

strangers, harbouring of, and see inmates

Strangways:
-, Cowdray,
-, John,
-, Philippe, see Cowdray

Stratford Tony, rector of, see Brown, Thos.

Strathbogie:
-, David of, earl of Atholl,
-, Eliz. of, m. Sir Thos. Percy,
-, Philippe, m. John Halsham,

Stratton, Frank,

Streat:
-, Eliz., m. - Kent,
-, Ric.,
-, Susannah,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., s. of Thos.,

Street, G. E.,

Strong:
-, J. M. (d. 1932),
-, J. M. (fl. 1997),
-, J. V.,

stud farms, and see Chilton Stud farm; colt park; Raffin Stud; Rutherfords Stud; Shalbourne, Stype Wood Stud; West Soley Stud farm

Stumpe:
-, Wm. (d. 1552), and his w. Cath.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1576),

Sturmy:
-, Adam,
-, Agnes, m. 1 - Ringbourne, John Holcombe,
-, Alice, m. Rob. Kernet,
-, Geof. (d. 1198-9),
-, Geof. (d. c. 1254),
-, Hen. (fl. early 12th cent.),
-, Hen. (fl. c. 1130, ?the same),
-, Hen. (fl. 1162, ?another),
-, Hen. (d. c. 1226),
-, Hen. (d. c. 1296),
-, Hen. (d. c. 1305),
-, Hen. (d. c. 1338),
-, Hen. (fl. 1349),
-, Hen. (d. 1381, ?another),
-, Joan, w. of Sir Wm.,
-, John (fl. 1331),
-, John (fl. 1497),
-, Letewarie,
-, Marg., m. Rog. Hereford,
-, Marg., w. of Hen., see Hussey
-, Phil.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam., n

Stype Grange estate,

Stype Wood Stud, see Shalbourne

summer camp,

Sunton (in Collingbourne Kingston),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, ct.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Sunton Farm,
-, West Farm,
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, field systems (prehist.),
-, ford,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inn,
-, man.:
-, Corderoy's,
-, Sunton (of the name),
-, military activity,
-, mill,
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, woodland,
-, lodge,
-, and see Collingbourne Sunton tithing

supermarket, see Pewsey

surgeons,

Surrey, see Sheen

Sussex, see Battle
-, Chichester, bp. of, see Rede

Swain, John, curate of Collingbourne Kingston, curate of Easton, vicar of Milton Lilbourne,

Swan (in Pewsey),
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, ind.,
-, inn,

swedes,

swimming pools:
-, private,
-, public, see Pewsey

Swindon, Marlborough & Andover Railway,

Swindon, museum,

Sydele:
-, John,
-, Margery, see Braybrook

Sykes:
-, Friend,
-, Mic.,

tailors, and see Newman

Talbot:
-, Eliz., see Comyn
-, Sir Gilb.,
-, Ric.,

Tang, the, see Fosbury

Tangley (Hants),

Tanner:
-, Dan.,
-, Edw. (d. 1779),
-, Edw. (d. 1843),
-, Edw. (will proved 1849, ?another),
-, J. B. H.,
-, John,
-, Martha, m. W. R. H. Churchill,
-, Ralph,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

tanner,

tannery,

Tarent, Vincent, rector of Tidcombe,

tarpaulin making,

Taylor:
-, B. R.,
-, John, see Organ alias Taylor
-, John, & Company,
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Thos., vicar of Burbage,

tea room, and see restaurant

Tebaud:
-, Joan, see Malwain
-, Peter,

Tedworth hunt,

telephone exchange, see Pewsey

telephone system repair,

tellers of cattle,

tellers of sheep,

tench,

tenures (less common), see burgage tenure; fee farm; serjeanty

Terrell:
-, Nic. (d. 1727),
-, Nic. (d. c. 1736-7),

Testa, Peter de, prebendary of Bedwyn,

Teteridge (in Froxfield),
-, estate,

Teulon, S. S.,

theft,

Thomas Stanford, Ellen,

Thompson, J.,

Thornbury:
-, Anne, see Halsham
-, John,

Thorney:
-, Isabel, see Hussey
-, John,
-, John, grds. of John,
-, Maud, w. of -,

Thornhill:
-, Joan, see Chaucy
-, Wm.,

Thorold (fl. 1232),

Thorold:
-, Hugh (fl. 1390),
-, Hugh (fl. 1448),
-, Ric.,

Thorpe:
-, John,
-, John, rector of Pewsey,

Thrup, see Ramsbury

Thruxton (Hants),
-, man.,
-, rector of, see Topping

Tidcombe,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, chap.,
-, chaplain,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, ct.,
-, curates,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, Fosbury, q.v.
-, glebe,
-, Hippenscombe, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, Rectory,
-, Tidcombe,
-, man. ho. (Tidcombe Manor), plate
-, open fields,
-, par. name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rectors, and see Tarent
-, rectory,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Catholicism,
-, schs.,
-, Scot's Poor, see Hippenscombe
-, tithes,
-, vicarage,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, woodland,
-, workho.,
-, and see Tidcombe and Marten tithing

Tidcombe and Marten tithing,

Tidworth, North,

tile making,

Timbridge (in Little Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate,
-, farms,
-, open fields,
-, tithes,
-, woodland,

Tiptaft, Wm.,

Tisbury (formerly Easton), Steph. of, archdeacon of Wiltshire, rector of Easton and of Tisbury,

Tisbury,
-, rector, see Tisbury, Steph. of
-, and see Pythouse

tithing penny,

tithing rent,

toll houses (turnpike cottages),

Topping, Timothy, rector of Chilton Foliat and of Thruxton,

Tosier, Clement,

Tottenham House, see Bedwyn, Great

Tottenham Lodge, see Bedwyn, Great

Totteridge, see Milton Lilbourne, man.

Totteridge Farm, see Milton Lilbourne, dom. archit.

tower mill,

Townsend:
-, Chauncy,
-, Jos., rector of Pewsey,

Townsend, see Brunton

trade token,

trades and industries, see auctions; breweries, brewhouses, and brewing; brick making and brickworks; car body repairing; coal and building materials supply; coal distribution; computer technology; food and drink trades; footwear and clothing trades; glue packing; Knowle, gravel extraction; laundering; malthouses and malting; mechanical engineering; potatoes, packing; quarries; retail and retailers; spinning; tarpaulin making; telephone system repair; tile making; well boring; woollen cloth making; and see (for cross references) commercial premises; industrial buildings; occupations and professions; utilities

Trafford-Rawson, Hen.,

Tragett, Thos.,

training centre for young people,

tramway,

transit clock,

treasurer of the court of Augmentations, see Williams

tree felling, unlicensed,

trees (less common), see beech; cherry; maple; Norway spruce; Spanish chestnut

trees, specimen,

trespass,

Trevor:
-, Eliz., m. Chas. Spencer, duke of Marlborough,
-, Thos., Baron Trevor,

Trinitarians,

trout,
-, hatchery, see Milcot Water

Trussley, Thos.,

Tucker, R. H.,

Turbert (fl. 1086),

turnips,

turnpike cottages, see toll houses

Turold (fl. 1066),

Twyford, H. A.,

Tyeys:
-, Alice, m. Sir Warin de Lisle,
-, Hawise, w. of Hen., Ld. Tyeys,
-, Hen.,
-, Hen., Ld. Tyeys (d. 1307),
-, Hen., Ld. Tyeys (d. 1322),
-, Joan (?Joan Foliot), w. of Hen., m. Thos. de Monthermer,
-, fam.,

Tylee, Chas.,

Ulmar (fl. 1066),

Underwood, G. A.,

Upham, Upper, see Aldbourne

utilities (private and public), see (all s.v. Pewsey) bus depot; car park and car parking; electricity; fire stas.; gas lighting and gasworks; police stas.; post office; sewage works; telephone exchange; waterworks; and see Wexcombe, waterworks

Valence:
-, Aymer de, earl of Pembroke,
-, Joan, w. of Wm. de, styled earl of Pembroke,
-, Wm. de, styled earl of Pembroke,

vee de naam, pleas of,

Veitch:
-, And.,
-, J. W.,

Venner:
-, Mary, see Warren
-, (?later Warren), Ric.,

Verney, Ralph, Earl Verney,

vetches,

Viel the priest,

view of frankpledge,

village greens,

village halls, and see church room; memorial hall; parish room

Villet, T. G.,

Vince:
-, Joan, see Durrington
-, Wm. (fl. 1619),
-, Wm. (d. 1657, another),
-, Wm. (d. 1697),
-, and see Vynz

Vines & Pinneger,

Vitel (fl. 1066),

Vlissingen, Paul van,

Voluntary Association of Puritan Ministers,

Vynz:
-, Alice,
-, John (fl. 1329-30),
-, John (fl. 1371-2, ?another),
-, John (d. c. 1400, ?another),
-, John (fl. 1419),
-, John (fl. 1430, ?another),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Vince

Walcot, J. B.,

Waldron:
-, Lovegrove,
-, Mr.,

Waleran the huntsman,

Waleran, Wal.,

Walker:
-, P.,
-, fam.,

Walker-Heneage, John,

Wall, Jos., curate of Easton, vicar of Milton Lilbourne,

Wallingford (Berks., later Oxon.):
-, castle,
-, honor,
-, ct.,

Wallis:
-, John,
-, Muriel, see Ros
-, Rog.,

Walsingham:
-, Frances, m. Rob. Devereux, earl of Essex,
-, Sir Francis,
-, Ursula, w. of Sir Francis,

Walton:
-, Alan of (fl. 1275),
-, Alan of (fl. 1338), and his w. Isabel,
-, John of,
-, Steph. of,

Wancey:
-, Geof. de (fl. c. 1160-70),
-, Geof. de (fl. 1242-3),
-, Rob. de,
-, Wm. de (fl. c. 1180-90),
-, Wm. de (fl. c. 1220-30, another),

Wansbrough, Paul,

War Department, and see Ministry of Defence

Ward:
-, E. J. S.,
-, G. J.,
-, John, vicar of Great Bedwyn,
-, Sir John, and his w. Jean,

Wardour, Sir Edw.,

Ware, Wal. T., Ltd.,

warehouse, see Kennet & Avon canal, wharfs

Warner, J., & Sons,

Warren:
-, Alice, w. of Ant., m. 2 Thos. Michelborne,
-, Ant.,
-, Edm.,
-, John (d. 1527),
-, John (d. c. 1559),
-, Mary, m. Ric. Venner,
-, Ric. (fl. 1454),
-, Ric. (fl. 1613), see Venner
-, Thos. (fl. 1337),
-, Thos. (fl. 1487),
-, Thos. (d. 1493, ?the same),
-, Wm. (fl. 1235-6, s. of Warin of Fyfield),
-, Wm. (d. 1599),
-, fam.,

Warren, the (in Burbage),
-, dom. archit.,
-, Warren Farm, and see Durley, farms

Warren farm, see Durley, farms

Warrender, Victor, Ld. Bruntisfield,

Warrener, Thos.,

warrens,
-, hare warren,

Warwick:
-, ctss. of, see Longespée
-, earldom,
-, earls of, see Beauchamp, Ric. and Wm.

washing and shearing sheep,

waste, encroachment on,

Wastie, John, see Lockhart

water meadows, and see (under places) common meadow

watercress,

Waterman, Peter, rector of Wootton Rivers,

Waters:
-, Douglas,
-, Iris,
-, fam.,

waterworks, see Pewsey; Wexcombe

Watney, V. J.,

Watson, Ric., rector of Pewsey,

weavers, and see clothiers; clothmakers

Webb, John, and see Richmond Webb

Weekes, Nat.,

well boring,

Wellesley, Hen., duke of Wellington,

Wells:
-, D. C.,
-, Frank,
-, Rob.,

Wenesius (fl. 1066),

Wesley, John, preacher,

West End, see World's End

West India Company,

West Soley Stud farm,

Westcombe, Nic., canon of Winchester, vicar of Collingbourne Kingston,

Westcourt, see Shalbourne, man.

Westminster,
-, abbey,
-, dean and chapter,
-, Burlington Ho. (in Piccadilly),
-, charities of St. John's and St. Mary's parishes,
-, Pall Mall,

Weston:
-, John,
-, Marg., see Stock

Wexcombe (in Great Bedwyn), n,
-, agric.,
-, chap.,
-, common pasture,
-, cts.,
-, officers,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, field system (prehist.),
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prison,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, pump ho.,
-, Rom. Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, warren,
-, waterworks,
-, woodland,

Wexcombe benefice,

wharfingers, and see Fall

wharfs, see Kennet & Avon canal

Whatley, Geo., & Son, and see Oatley & Morris; Whatley & Co. Ltd.

Whatley & Co. Ltd., and see Oatley & Morris; Whatley, Geo., & Son

Wheble:
-, E. J.,
-, Jas.,

Whitburgh, Rob., rector of Pewsey,

Whitchurch, Reynold de,

White:
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,
-, Thos. (fl. 1801),
-, Thos. (fl. 1826, ?another),

white horse, see Pewsey

Whitelocke:
-, Sir Bulstrode,
-, John,
-, Sam. (d. 1690),
-, Sam. (d. 1743),

Whitton benefice,
-, rector,

Wick, Vincent of,

Wick (in Milton Lilbourne), see Clench

Wick, East (in Wootton Rivers),
-, agric.,
-, ct.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farm,
-, man.,
-, open fields,
-, woodland,

Wick, West (in Pewsey),
-, agric.,
-, common pasture,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estates,
-, farm,
-, open fields,
-, woodland,

wig makers,

Wigan, E. A.,

Wight, lord of the Isle of, see Reviers, Baldwin

Wilcot,
-, man.,
-, Oare,
-, Rainscombe, q.v.

Wildman, John,

Wiles, Wm.,

William I,

William (fl. 1086),

William son of Edmund,

William, count of Evreux,

William, duke of Bavaria,
-, his w., see Maud

Williams, Sir John, treasurer of the court of Augmentations,

Willis, Thos., physician,

Willoughby:
-, Chris. (fl. 1543),
-, Chris. (fl. 1680),

Wills:
-, Sir (David) Seton, Bt.,
-, Sir Ernest, Bt.,
-, G. S.,
-, fam.,

Wilson:
-, G. W.,
-, R. W.,

Wilton, earl of, see Egerton

Wilton (in Great Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, chap.,
-, chaplain,
-, common meadow,
-, common pasture,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, field system (prehist.),
-, gibbet,
-, Hillbarn Farm,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, man.,
-, mill, plate
-, open fields,
-, pk.,
-, pond,
-, pop.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, village green,
-, Wilton Brail,
-, Wilton Water, see Kennet & Avon canal, reservoir
-, woodland, and see Bedwyn Brails bailiwick: Bedwyn Brail; Wilton: Wilton Brail
-, workho.,

Wilts. & Dorset Bank,

Wiltshire:
-, archdeacon, see Leche; Stanton; Tisbury, Steph.
-, clerk of the peace, see Ewen
-, county council,
-, fire brigade,
-, library,
-, petty sessions,
-, police,
-, quarter sessions,
-, sheriff,
-, shire ct.,

Wiltshire Historic Buildings Trust,

Winchester, earl of, see Despenser

Winchester (Hants):
-, abbey of St. Peter (otherwise New minster, later Hyde abbey),
-, abbot,
-, sacrist,
-, bps., and see Denewulf; Ealhmund; Roches
-, cath. ch.:
-, canons, and see Westcombe
-, dean and chapter,
-, Coll.,
-, Hyde abbey, see Winchester, abbey of St. Peter
-, priory of St. Swithun (otherwise Old Minster),

windmills, plate

Windsor (Berks.), castle:
-, almshos.,
-, chap. of St. Geo.,

wine rent,

Winter:
-, Geo.,
-, John (fl. 1767),
-, John (d. 1797, another),
-, John (d. 1825),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Withers, R. J.,

Witney (Oxon.),

Wlwric (fl. 1016 × 1035),

Wolfhall (in Great Bedwyn),
-, agric.,
-, barn,
-, boundary,
-, common pasture,
-, ct.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Suddene Park Farm,
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mills,
-, open fields,
-, pks.,
-, Sudden pk., lodge,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Rom. Catholicism,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, tithingman,
-, woodland,

Wolsey, Thos., cardinal of Eng.,

Woodborough, rector of, see Gibbs, Geo.

woodland, see under places; and see Chute forest; coppices and coppicing; Savernake forest; trees, less common and specimen

Woodman, H. D.,

Woodstock:
-, Eleanor, see Bohun
-, Thos. of, duke of Gloucester, earl of Buckingham,

woodward,

wool stapler, see Greenaway

woollen cloth making, and see clothmakers; spinning

Woolwich (Kent, later Lond.),

Wootton:
-, Agnes, m. Wm. York,
-, Nic.,

Wootton Bassett,

Wootton estate,
-, agric.,
-, chs.,
-, cust. tenants,
-, woodland,

Wootton Rivers,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, boundary,
-, canal,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, common meadow,
-, common pastures,
-, conservation area,
-, council hos.,
-, ct.,
-, Cuckoo's Knob, q.v.
-, cust. tenants,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Manor Farmhouse, plate
-, estate cotts.,
-, farms,
-, glebe,
-, inc.,
-, ind.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, Manor Farmhouse, see Wootton Rivers, dom. archit.
-, mill,
-, open fields,
-, place name,
-, pond,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, prot. nonconf.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, rlys.,
-, rectors, and see Waterman
-, rectory,
-, rectory hos.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, tithes,
-, tithing,
-, village hall,
-, wharf,
-, Wick, East, q.v.
-, woodland,

Worcester, Rob. of, rector of Collingbourne Kingston,

Worcestershire, see Elmley Castle

workhouses:
-, parish, see Bedwyn, Great; Bedwyn, Little; Burbage; Chilton Foliat; Easton; Pewsey; Tidcombe
-, union, see Pewsey poor-law union

workshops,

World's End (otherwise West End, in Pewsey),
-, dom. archit.,
-, ind.,
-, inn,

Wriothesley, Sir Thos., Ld. Wriothesley,

Wroth:
-, Sir John,
-, Leslie,
-, Marjorie, w. of Leslie,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Wroughton:
-, Charlotte, m. Sir Geo. Montagu,
-, Geo.,
-, (formerly Montagu), Geo.,
-, Susannah, w. of Geo.,
-, fam.,

Wulfgar,
-, his w., see Aeffe

Wulfhere (fl. 867 × 877),

Wyatt, T. H.,

Wykeham, Wm. of,

Wylye:
-, Isabel, see Brigmerston
-, Nic. of,

Wyndham:
-, Sir Chas., Bt., earl of Egremont,
-, Wadham,

Wyvern school,

Yarrow, Eleanor, Lady,

York:
-, Agnes, see Wootton
-, Wm.,

York, duke of, see James II