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Alan Crossley, C R Elrington (Editors), A P Baggs, W J Blair, Eleanor Chance, Christina Colvin, Janet Cooper, C J Day, Nesta Selwyn, S C Townley

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1990

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'Index', A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 12: Wootton Hundred (South) including Woodstock (1990), pp. 491-528. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=250 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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(Abbott, Abbatt):
-, Thos.,
-, Wm., and his w. Alice,

Abel, wood, see Hanborough woodland

Aberdeen, Angus, see cattle

Abergenney, Rob.,

Aberystwyth (Cardig.),

Abingdon, earls of, and
-, see Bertie, Jas., Montagu (d. 1743),Montagu (d. 1854), and Willoughby

Abingdon (formerly Berks.),
-, abbey
-, abbots

Abingdon, joint hospital board

Abrahall, John, chaplain of Combe

Action:
-, Edw. (d. 1750), and his w. Anne
-, Edw. (fl. 1792)
-, Eliz.,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Adam, s. of Hubert de Rys

Adam, of the Wardrobe

Adam, the slatter n

Adam, the tailor

Adam, the tanner

Adam:
-, And
-, Rob

Adams:
-, Eliz., dau. of Sim.
-, Eliz., w. of Sim.
-, Sarah, m. Digby Cotes
-, Sim.
-, Theophilus

Adderbury:
-, John
-, Sir Ric. (d. by 1401)
-, Sir Ric. (fl. 1415)
-, Thos. (fl. early 14th cent.)
-, Thos. (d. by 1362)
-, Thos. (fl. mid 14th cent., ? the same)
-, Thos. (fl. 1401)
-, fam

Adela, queen of Hen. I

Adelaide, queen of Wm. IV

Adkins, Thos.

Admiralty,

Aelfgar, see Algar

Aelfheah, ealdorman of Hampshire,

Aelfric,

Aethelmaer (d. 1982), ealdorman of Hampshire

Aethelmaer (fl. 1005),

Aethelred, see Ethelred

Aethelweard, chronicler

Aethelweard (fl. c. 1005),

Aethelwig,

Agincourt (Meurthe-et-Moselle France),

Aglionby, Geo., vicar of Cassington, agricultural engineering

Agricultural, Research Council

Ailric, the parker

Air, Ministry :
-, aircraft manufacture
-, airfields and see Oxford airport;
-, Stanton Harcourt

Akeman, Street

Akerman, Wm.

Albert, prince

Alcock, -,

Alden, Rob

Aldersea, John

Alderslade, Thos.

Aldrich, Rob., vicar of Stanton Harcourt, bp. of Carlisle

Aldswelle, Jordan of
-, ale assize of

Alexander III, king of Scots

Alexander, bp. of Lincoln

Alfred, the clerk

Algar (? Aelfgar earl of Mercia),

All, Souls College, Oxford

Allason, Thos.

Allen:
-, Elias,
-, Sir John (fl.1544)
-, John (fl. early cent.)
-, Mary
-, Ralph
-, Ric. (fl. 1544)
-, Ric. s. of above
-, Thos.

Allnutt:
-, Hen. (fl. 1661)
-, Hen. (fl. 1724)
-, fam.

Almond (Almont):
-, Anne, see Standard
-, Edw.
-, Jas. (fl. early 17th cent.)
-, Jas. (d. 1725)
-, Rog. (d. 1640)
-, Rog. (d. 1720)
-, Thos.
-, Ursula, see Taylor
-, fam.

Alney (de Lanne), Hen.

Alnod (fl. 1066),

Alpha, Cement Ltd.

Alriche, fam.,

Althorp (Northants.),

Aluric (fl. 1066),

Alvescot,

Alwin (fl. 1066),

Ambrose, Francis,

America, North,

America, South, see Guiana

Amey's, Aggregates Ltd.

Amundeville, Ric. de,

Anabaptists, see Baptists:
-, anchoress

Andover (Hants),

Andrew, son of William

Andrew, Wm.

Andrews:
-, John
-, Ric mayor of Woodstock
-, Thos vicar of Cogges
-, fam

Anglesey, see Holyhead

Anjou, Marg. of, see Margaret

Anker, Wm.

Anne, queen

Anne (of Bohemia), queen of Ric. I,

Anne, dau. of Edw. IV, m. Thos.Howard Ld. Howard

Annesley:
-, Art
-, fam

Annison, Wm.

Ansger (fl. 1086),

Anstis, Mat.,

Antiques, trade

Apothecaries,

Appledram (Suss.),

Applegarth, Susanna,

Appleton (formerly Berks.),

Appletree:
-, John, mayor of Woodstock,
-, Thos.,

Aquitaine, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

Arch, Jos.,

archery,

architects, see Adam, Rob.; Allason;
-, Barker, E. H. L.; Barry, Sir Chas.;
-, Blomfield, Sir Art. and Chas.;
-, Bodley; Brandon, David; Bristow;
-, Brunel; Bruton; Buckeridge; Castle, Geo. (fl. 1898); Chambers;
-, Chapman, John; Christian; Cox,
-, G.B.; Devey; Drinkwater, H.G.
-, W.; Ellis, Clough Williams; Eynsham, Hen. of; Flavel; Garner;
-, George, Sir Ernest; Gibbs, John;
-, Hakewill, Hen.; Harris, Dan.;
-, Hawksmoor; Herbert, Hen.; Hooper; Howell, C. H.; Jackson, Sir
-, Thos. G.; Jones, Owen; Joynes;
-, Kempster, Chris.; Kent, Wm.;
-, Moore, H. W.; Moreing; Morris,
-, Rog.; Orchard; Osborn, F. B.;
-, Pearson, J. L.; Peisley, Bart.
-, (d. 1715) and Bart. (d. 1727);
-, Ranger; Reynolds, Peter; Rolfe;
-, Scott, G. G.; Seckham; Street, G.
-, E.; Surman; Taylor, Sir Rob.;
-, Teulon; Townesend, Wm.
-, (d.1739); Tress; Underwood;
-, Vanbrugh; Wilkins, John; Wilkinson, Geo. and Wm.; Winchcombe;
-, Wood, A. J.; Woodyer; Wren; Yenn

Ardley,

Argyll, duke of, see Campbell

Armagh (Irel.), archdeacon of, see Robinson, John

Armstalls, see Stanton Harcourt Hamstall

Armstrong, John,

Arnatt:
-, John,
-, Jonathan (fl.1802)
-, Jonathan (fl.1833) another),
-, fam.,

Arncott,

Arsic:
-, Alex.,
-, Alexandra, m. Thos. de la Haye,
-, Joan, m. Eust. de Grenville,
-, Joan, m. Adam Butler, Wm. de
-, Stanes,
-, John,
-, Manasser (fl. 1122)
-, Manasser (fl. 1171)
-, Rob. (fl. c 1140)
-, Rob. (d. c 1230)
-, Sibyl see Crevequer
-, fam.

Arsic, barony, see Cogges, barony

Arthur, prince of Wales

artists, designers, engravers, and sculptors, see Baker, Eve; Bernini; Burlison and Grylls; Cheere; Gibbons,
-, Grinling; Gibbs and Moore; Hakewill, John; Hayward, Ric.; Heaton, Butler, and Hayne; Hollemans; Jordaens; Knowles; Laguerre; Mansfield; Nicholson; Nost;
-, Pit, Rob.; Reynolds, Sir Joshua;
-, Rubens; Rysbrack; Schmidt; Seeley; Sievier; Story; Thornhill;
-, Thornycroft; Titian; Turner,
-, Chas. (d. 1857) and Wm. (d. 1862);
-, Willement; Wilton; Witt

Ashbrook, Vct., see Jeffery

Ashby, Canons (Northants.), priory

Ashe, Thos.,

Ashley-Cooper, Ant., Ld. Ashley

Ashfield, Thos., chaplain of Combe

Ashridge, Peter

Ashton, Ellis, rector of Begbroke

assarts,

Associated, Portland Cement Manufacturers

Astell, Frances, m. Thos. Bouchier

Asthall,

Aston, Steeple

Aston, Clinton (Bucks.)

Atherton, Nic.,

Atherton, & Clothier

Atkinson, Ric.,

Atkyns:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1669)
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1698) recorder of
-, Woodstock

attorneys, see lawyers

Atwood, fam.,

Aubigny, see d'Aubigny

Aubrey, John,

Auckland, Ld., see Eden, Wm.

auctioneers,

Audley, Thos., Ld. Audley

Augustine, saint,

Aulton, Geof. of, vicar of Cassington,

Austen (Austin):
-, Geo.
-, Rob. mayor of Woodstock,
-, fam.

Australia,
-, Van Dieman's Land,

Austria, emperor of, see Leopold

authors, see Aethelweard; Aubrey; Ballard, Adolphus; Bennett, John;
-, Buchan; Chaucer, Geof.; Cobbett; Defoe; Dyer, Edw.; Elyot, Sir Thos.; Erasmus; Gregory, Dr.
-, Francis; Hearne; Kennett; King, Jas.; Mavor; Minn, Hen.; Nash, Treadway; Plot; Pope, Alex.; Rous; Rowse; Russell, Bertrand; St. John, Hen.; Southey; Symonds, Thos.; Widdowes, Thos.; Wood, Ant.; Woodforde; Wright, Abraham and Jas.

Avalon, Hugh of, bp. of Lincoln,

Avenel:
-, Avice, m. Ric. de Vernon
-, Wm

Avranches, Turgis of,

Ayerst:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Aylesbury (Bucks.),

Aylesford (Kent),

Aylworth, Humph.

Aynger, Edm., mayor of Woodstock

Ayres:
-, Anne,
-, John,
-, Marg.
-, Thos. (fl. 1638)
-, Thos. (d. another),
-, fam.

Ayrshire, see cattle

Babington:
-, Hen.,
-, Phil.,
-, Wm.,

Bablock, Hythe (near Northmoor)

Bacon, Wm.,

bacon:
-, dealing
-, manufacture

Baggs, Wm.,

Bagley:
-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Bagot:
-, Rob., and his w. Cecily,
-, Wm.,

Bailey (Bailly, Bayley, Baylie):
-, Chas.,
-, Hen.,
-, Mary.,
-, Ric., (d.1461)
-, Ric., (fl. 1665)
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, Miss.,

Baker:
-, Eve,
-, Sir John,
-, Jos.,
-, Ric
-, Thos
-, Wm., rector of Bladon, bp. of Norwich,

baking,

Baldin, Mary

Baldon:
-, Agnes, m. Wm. Brome, Geof.
-, Gate,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Baldon,

Baldon, Toot,

Baldwin:
-, Alice,
-, John,

Ball, John,

Ballard,
-, Adolphus,
-, Jas.,

Balleine, Jas., vicar of Yarnton,

Balliol, College Oxford,

Baltimore, Ld., see Calvert

Bampton, John,

Bampton,
-, Cote,
-, Shifford,

Banbury:
-, Chas.,
-, C. W.,
-, G.G., mayor of Woodstock,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Banbury, as address,
-, roads to

Banckes, see Banks

Bandon, Great, see Hanborough: Bondon

Banks (Banckes):
-, Hen.
-, Sir John,
-, Mat.,

banks, and banking

Baptists,
-, Anabaptists,
-, Particular Baptists,

barber, surgeons see physicians

Barclays, Bank

Barfoot:
-, Jas.,
-, Mary,
-, Thos. (fl.1682)
-, Thos. (d.1720)
-, Wm. (fl.1574)
-, Wm. (d.1714)
-, Wm. (d.1719)
-, fam.,

Barford, fam.,

Barke, Wm.,

Barker:
-, E. H. L.,
-, Hugh,

Barnard:
-, Jas.,
-, Jos.,
-, -,

Barnard, Gate see Eynsham

Barnes, see Baron

Barnett:
-, Hen.,
-, fam.,

Barney, Lydia, m. Jos. Smith,

Baron (Barnes), John, mayor of Woodstock,

Barre, John,

Barrett (Baret):
-, John,
-, Thos., vicar of Stanton Harcourt,

Barrington (Glos.),

Barrow, Gurney (Som.)

Barry:
-, Sir Chas.,
-, Edm.,
-, John,
-, Laur.,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Bartholomew:
-, Esther,
-, John (d.1701)
-, John (d.1724)
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Barton:
-, Isabel, see Wilcotes
-, John (fl. c.1428)
-, John, s. of above,
-, John (fl. 1445, ? another)
-, John (fl. 1712)

Barton, Steeple,

Barton, Westcott,

basket, making

Basset:
-, Ela, w. of Phil., see Longespee
-, Sir Phil.,
-, Ralph,
-, Thos.,

Bates, John, rector of Hanborough,

battles, and other military incidents seeAgincourt; Biedcanford; Blenheim
-, (Blindheim); Bosworth; Civil War; Edgehill; Kilgobbin castle; Newbury; Tournai; Waterloo

Bayeux (Calvados, France):
-, bp. of, see Odo
-, tapestry,

Bayliss (Baylis):
-, Anne,
-, Art.,
-, Edw.,

Baynton, Nic.,

Bazeley, Sir Thos.,

Beal, Thos.,

Beard Mill, John of,

Beauchamp, Wal.,

Beaufeu, Ric.,

Beaufort, Hen., bp. of Lincoln,

Beaumont:
-, Ermengarde de,
-, Rob. de, earl of Leicester,

Becket, Thos., abp. of Canterbury,

Beckets, Jas.,

Beckford, ;
-, Jas.,
-, John,

Beckingham:
-, Agnes, see Paynel
-, Thos.,

Beckley, fam.,

Beconsale, Thos.,

bedding, manufacture

Bedford, duke of, see Tudor

Bedingfield, Sir Hen.,

Bedwell:
-, Hannah,
-, Ric.,

bee-keeping,

Beech, Bark disease

Beecham, Thos.,

Beeston, Hen., recorder of Woodstock,

Begbroke,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, Begbroke Hill
-, Begbroke Ho.
-, bdy.,
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, glebe,
-, Hall Fm.,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. hos.,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rectors, and see Ashton;Hawkins, Ric.; McCann; Martin, John; Mundy, Thos.
-, rectory est.,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, St. Philip's priory,
-, schs.,
-, streets,
-, trade and ind.,
-, tithes,
-, vestry,
-, vicar,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, woodland,

Beke:
-, Margery, m. Ric. Harcourt,
-, fam.,

Belgium, see Tournai; Waterloo

Belgrave:
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Bell:
-, Chas.,
-, Jas.,
-, John,

Bellenger (Bellinger):
-, Adam (fl.1716)
-, Adam (d.1794)
-, Adam (fl.1818)
-, John (d.1767)
-, John (d.1803)
-, John (fl.1818)
-, fam.,

bellfounders, see Bagley, Hen., Jas.,
-, Wm., and fam.; Keene, Jas., John., Ric. (fl. 1662) and fam.; London:Whitechapel; Loughborough;
-, Mears & Stainbank; More,Abraham; Wells, Rob.

Bellingham, John, rector of Begbroke,

Belsyre, Alex.,

Benbow, John,

Benedictines,

Benfield, & Loxley

benefit, societies see friendly and benefit
-, societies

Benham, Geo.,

Bennett (Bennet):
-, Adam,
-, Benj.,
-, F. H., vicar of Freeland,
-, John,
-, R. A. R.,
-, Sanders,
-, W. J. E.,
-, fam.,

Benson,

Benwell, Sam.,

Berkshire, and see
-, Abingdon; Appleton; Botley; Buscot; Childrey; Cumnor; Donnington; Easthampstead; Faringdon;Grove; Hagbourne; Heywood;
-, Hinksey, North; Hurley;Maidenhead; Newbury; Radley; Reading; sheep; Steventon; Uffington; Windsor; Wytham

Bernard:
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Bernini, Lorenzo,

Berrington, Geo.,

Berry:
-, John,
-, Ric.,

Bertie:
-, Hen.,
-, Jas., earl of Abingdon, as Ld. Norreys,
-, Montagu (d.1666) earl of Lindsey,
-, Montagu (d.1743) earl of Abingdon,
-, Montagu (d.1854) earl of Abingdon,
-, Ric.,
-, Willoughby, earl of Abingdon,
-, fam.,

Betterton:
-, Mary, m. Phil. Pain,
-, Rose, see Margetts

Betts, Lawr.,

Bible, Press see Oxford University Press

Bica (O.E. personal name),

Bicester,
-, road to,

Biedcanford, battle of,

Bignell:
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Bird:
-, Anne,
-, Hester,
-, Thos.,

Birdseye, -,

Birmingham, John of,

Birmingham (Warws.),

Bishop:
-, Jeremiah,
-, John (fl.1693)
-, John (fl.1742)
-, Wm.,

Bishopsdon:
-, Cecily, see Pipard
-, Eliz.,
-, John de,
-, Philippa,
-, Sir Thos. de,

Black, Death, see epidemics: plague

Black Prince, see Edward, prince of Wales

Blackburn (Lancs.),

Blacket:
-, Eliz., see Trillowe
-, Sir John,

Blackman:
-, Joan,
-, Thos. (fl.1535)
-, Thos. (fl.1610)
-, fam.,

blacksmiths, see metal industry: smiths

Blackstone, Jas., recorder of Woodstock,

Blackway, Ric.,

Blackwell, Thos.,

Bladon, Wm. of,

Bladon,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, bdy.,
-, bridge,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, cts.,
-, curates, and seeWoodstock, curates
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, glebe,
-, green,
-, heath,
-, Hensington, q.v.
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, Long Acre,
-, man.,
-, man. hos.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rectors, and see Browne, Thos.;Cocks, Sir Rob.; Hanborough,
-, John of; Holloway, Benj. (d.1777); Hutchinson; King, Thos.; Kirkby, Rob.; London, John of; Majendie; Mavor, Wm.
-, rectory hos., and see Woodstock: rectory ho.
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, tourism,
-, trade and ind.,
-, vestry,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, woodland, Bladon wood, and see Burleigh wood
-, workho.,

Bladon, riv., see Evenlode

Bladon stone,

Blagrave (Blagrove):
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Blake:
-, Dan.,
-, David,
-, Francis (fl.1667)
-, Francis (d.1681, another),
-, Sir Francis (d.1717)
-, Jas.,
-, Maurice,
-, Sarah, w. of Wm.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Blake, & Co.

Blanch, S. Y., vicar of Eynsham, abp.of York,

Blandford, marquess of, see Godolphin, Wm.; Spencer-Churchill, Geo.
-, (d. 1840) Geo. (d.1857) John Albert, and John Winston

Blandye, Wm.,

Bledington, Wal. of, vicar of North Leigh,

Blenheim (Blindheim Germany),, battle of,

Blenheim (parish),
-, Blenheim Palace, q.v.
-, Blenheim Park, q.v.
-, bdy.
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, tithes,
-, vestry,
-, Woodstock manor, q.v.
-, Woodstock Park, q.v.

Blenheim, Little, see Hanborough

Blenheim (Marlborough), estate influence of, and see
-, Marlborough: dukes of (political influence)

Blenheim, Foundry

Blenheim, Glove Co.

'Blenheim, interest', see Marlborough: dukes of (political influence)

Blenheim.Orange apple

Blenheim Palace,
-, bldg. works,
-, comptrollers,
-, debt,
-, workmen,
-, chap.,
-, fires,
-, long library (great gallery),
-, Sunderland library,
-, servants,
-, theatre,
-, visitors (tourists),
-, water supply,

Blenheim Park,
-, agric.,
-, avenues,
-, aviary,
-, bailiffs,
-, boat hos.,
-, bdy.,
-, bridges,
-, Grand,
-, New,
-, canals,
-, cascades,
-, china gallery,
-, Column of Victory,
-, Combe Bottom,
-, Combe leys, see Combe
-, deer,
-, Dog Kennel, see Blenheim Park: Park Fm.
-, Fishery Cottage,
-, Furze Platt,
-, gardens,
-, kitchen,
-, military,
-, gates,
-, Great (northern) Pk.,
-, High Pk.,
-, Home Fm., see Blenheim Park: Park Fm.
-, ice hos.,
-, lakes,
-, Lince,
-, lodges,
-, High,
-, Home,
-, North,
-, Lower Pk.,
-, menageries,
-, New Pk.,
-, northern pk., see Blenheim Park:Great Pk.
-, Park Fm. (Dog Kennel, Home Fm.),
-, pheasantries,
-, quarries,
-, Queen Elizabeth island,
-, races,
-, Rosamund's Well,
-, Triumphal Arch,
-, walls,
-, woodland, and see Woodstock Park

Blenheim, standard

Bletchingdon,

Bletchingley, John of,

Bletchley (Bucks.),

Bloet, Rob., bp. of Lincoln,

Blomfield:
-, Sir Art.,
-, Chas.,

Blowend, fam.,

Blowens (Blowings), see Eynsham; Hanborough

Blower, Sam.,

Bloxham,

Blue, Circle Industries

Blundell:
-, Anne, m. Thos. Cordell,
-, Eliz., m. - Hogan,
-, John,
-, Mary, m. Gerard Croker,
-, Susan, m. Ric. Freston,
-, Theodora, m. Justinian Champneys,

Blunt, Geo., vicar of Yarnton,

boat, building

boatmen,

Bobart:
-, Gamaliel Hodgkinson, mayor of Woodstock,
-, Jacob,
-, Tilleman,
-, fam.,

Bodley, G. F.,

Bognor, Regis (Suss.)

Bohemia, Anne of, see Anne

Bolingbroke:
-, earl of, see St. John, Oliver
-, Vct., see St. John, Hen.

Bolton:
-, Anne,
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Bonaparte, Napoleon,

Bondon, Great, see Hanborough

Bonvalet:
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

bookselling,

Boone:
-, Mary,
-, fam.,

Borne, Ant.,

borough, English

Bostock, Peter, vicar of Stanton Harcourt,

Boston, Eric,

Boswell (Bosvile):
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., w. of Thos.,
-, Hen.,
-, Hugh,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d.1638)
-, Wm. (fl. 1664)
-, Wm. (d.1678)
-, fam.,

Bosworth (Leics.), battle of,

Boteler, see Butler

Botley (formerly Berks.),

Bouchier (Butcher):
-, Eliz., ? w. of Thos., see Harris
-, Eliz. (? another), m. Jos. Smith,
-, Frances, see Astell
-, Jas. (d.1641)
-, Jas. (fl. 1715)
-, John,
-, Ric. (d. 1627)
-, Ric. (fl. 1641)
-, Rog.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1628)
-, Thos. (d. 1723)Thos. (fl. 1746),
-, Thos. (fl.1750 another),
-, Thos. (fl.1757, ? another)
-, Thos. (fl.1761, ? another)
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Boulter, Wm.,

Boulton:
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Bourne:
-, Rob. (fl.1800)
-, Rob. (fl.1857)
-, Rob. Burr,

Boveton, -,

Bowdery, Wm., vicar of Yarnton,

Bowerman:
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Bowerman, builders,

Bowles, Jos., rector of Bladon,

bowls,

Box:
-, Leonard,
-, fam.,

boxing,

Brackley (Northants.),

Bradfield, Ric.,

Bradgate, Gervase, chaplain of Combe,

Bradley, Langley,

Bradshaw:
-, John,
-, Ralph,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Bradwell, David,

Brai, see Bray

Brain (Brayne):
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Brainthwaite, Ric.,

Brakenham:
-, Agnes de, see Clinton
-, Warin de,

Brandon:
-, Chas., duke of Suffolk,
-, David,

Branson, Ric.,

Braose, Wm. de,

Brasenose, College Oxford,

Bray (Brai):
-, Edm., Ld. Bray,
-, Isabel de, see Vernon
-, Jane, see Halywell
-, John, Ld. Bray,
-, Wm. de,

Brayne, see Brain

braziers, see metal industry

Breach, Wm.,

bread, assize of,

Breakspear (Breakspeare):
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Breaute, Fawkes de,

Breconshire, see Treberfedd

breeches makers, see leather industry

Brent:
-, Rob.,
-, Rog. (fl. 1610)
-, Rog. (d.1680)
-, Rog. (d.1696)
-, Wm.,

Brereton:
-, Jane, see Halywell
-, Urian,

Breteuil, Wm. de,

Brethren:
-, Christian,
-, Plymouth,

Breton, Ralph,

Brewer, Wm.,

brewers, and brewing

Briant, John,

Brice:
-, Eden,
-, Hen.,
-, Martha,
-, Mary,
-, Steph. (fl.1654)
-, Steph. (fl. later cent.),
-, fam.,

brick, making

Bricknell:
-, R. N.,
-, Wm. Nash, vicar of Eynsham, and
-, his w. Amy,
-, Wm. Simcox, vicar of Eynsham,
-, fam.,

Bridewell, hosp. see London

Bridge, Rob. at,

Bridgeman:
-, Chas.,
-, Orlando,

Bridges:
-, Anne, see Stanley
-, Grey, Ld. Chandos,

Brinkfield, fam.,

Bristol,
-, bp. of, see Holyman

Bristow, J. Alan,

British, Council

British, Leyland

British, Museum see London

Brittains, Group

Brize, Norton Phil. of,

Brize, Norton see Norton, Brize

Broadgate, Gervase,

Broadgates, Hall Oxford,

Brodrick, G. C.,

Brome:
-, Agnes, see Baldon
-, Chris.,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, (or Browne), Wm.,

Brompton, see London

Brooke:
-, Adela,
-, Chas. Vyner,
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Brookes (Brooks):
-, B. J.
-, John,
-, Jos., mayor of Woodstock,
-, Sarah, see Brown
-, Thos.,

Brotherton:
-, Eliz., w. of Josiah,
-, Jas.,
-, John, mayor of Woodstock,
-, Josiah,
-, Lucy,
-, W. C.,
-, Wm. (d. 1688),
-, Wm. (d. 1703),
-, fam.,

Brotherton's, Wine Bar

Broughton,

Brown (Browne):
-, Anne (d. 1753) w. of Gabriel,
-, Anne (fl.1764)
-, C. K. F.,
-, Gabriel,
-, Geo. (d. 1782)
-, Geo. (fl.1800)
-, Geo., rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Hugh,
-, Humph.,
-, Isabel,
-, Joan, w. of Thos.,
-, John,
-, Lancelot ('Capability'),
-, Mary, (fl.1308) m. Hen. Spigurnel,
-, Mary (fl.1764)
-, Rob.,
-, Sarah, m. Jos. Brooks,
-, Sophia,
-, Thos. (d.1621)
-, Thos. (d. by 1625) rector of Bladon,
-, Thos. (d. by 1650)
-, Thos. (fl. mid 17th cent., another)
-, Thos. (fl. 1708)
-, Thos. (d.1764)
-, Thos., s. of above,
-, Thos. (d. 1825)
-, Thos. (fl.1880)
-, Wm. (fl.1279)
-, Wm. (fl.1457) see Brome
-, Wm. (d.1753) and his w. Sarah,
-, Mrs.,
-, fam.,

Bruce:
-, Anne, m. - Edgington,
-, Rob.,

Brunel, I. K.,

Bruton, E. G.,

Bryan:
-, Frank,
-, John,
-, Maud,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Buccleuch, duke of, see Scott, Hen.

Buchan, John,

Buckeridge, Chas.,

Buckingham:
-, Chas. (fl.1850s)
-, Chas., s. of above,
-, J. S.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Buckingham, duke of, see Stafford

Buckingham,

Buckinghamshire,, : and see
-, Aston Clinton; Aylesbury; Bletchley; Buckingham; Chilton; Draycot; Eton College; Hampden,Great; Missenden, Great; Risborough; Snelshall; Stowe; Twyford;
-, Waddesdon; Worminghall

Bucknell,

Buckner, Chris.,

Budd:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Bugg, F. J.,

Bugga's, brook see Limb brook

building, materials, less common:
-, brick,
-, corrugated iron,
-, paper roofing,
-, timber framing,
-, crucks,

building, trades
-, builders,
-, carpenters and joiners,
-, glaziers,
-, masons,
-, painter,
-, plasterers,
-, plumbers, see metal industry
-, slaters,
-, thatchers,

Bull, Ric.,

Bulley (Bully):
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Bullock:
-, Fred.,
-, John,

Bully, see Bulley

Bulteel, H.B.,

Bunce, John,

Burcot,

Burden, fam.,

Burford:
-, John,
-, Mary, see Green

Burford,
-, as address,
-, road to,

burgage tenure,

Burgin, Milo,

Burgoyne:
-, Amy, see Sydenham
-, Ric.,
-, Ric. Wild,
-, Ric. Dodd,

Burgred, king of Mercia,

Burleigh wood,

Burley, Sim.,

Burlison, and Grylls

Burr, Jas.,

Burton, Francis, recorder of Woodstock,

Bury:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Busby:
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, Hubert,
-, Sim.,
-, fam.,

Buscot, Park (Berks.)

Bush:
-, John (fl.(1699)
-, John (fl.1785),
-, Jonathan,
-, Thos. (fl.early 18th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl. later 18th cent.),

Bushnell, fam.,

Butcher, see Bouchier; Torless

butchers,

Butler (Boteler):
-, Adam,
-, Alice, see Deincourt
-, Cath.,
-, Emma, m. Luke de Keynes,
-, Fred.,
-, Hugh,
-, Joan, see Arsic
-, John (fl.1327)
-, Col. John (fl.1652)
-, Ralph, Ld. Sudeley,
-, Rob. (fl.1279)
-, Rob. (fl.1316, ? another),
-, Rob. (fl. 1671)
-, Rob., s. of above,
-, Thos. (d.1279)
-, Thos. (fl.1585)
-, Thos. (fl.1650)
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Buttle:
-, Alice, w. of Wm.,
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Crutchley,
-, Wm. (d.1591)
-, Wm. (d.1625)
-, fam.,

Bytham, John,

C.S.E. (Aviation), Ltd.

Cabbel, John,

cabinet making, and see furniture

Cadogan, Gen. Wm.,
-, cage,

Calcutt, fam.,

Calcutta (India),

Caldicott, John,

Calvert:
-, Ben. Leonard, Ld. Baltimore,
-, Charlotte, see Lee

Cambridge, university

Camac (? Carnac), Wm.,

Camby:
-, Ellen, w. of John,
-, Isabel, w. of John,
-, John,

Campbell, John, duke of Argyll,

Campden, Broad (Glos.),

Campsfield (in Kidlington and Shipton-on-Cherwell),,

Camville:
-, Isabel de, m. Rob. de Harcourt,
-, Millicent, see Marmion
-, Ric. de (d.1176)
-, Ric. de (d.1191)

Canada, see Newfoundland

Canada, Dry (mineral waters)

canals, and see Cassington: canal; Oxford canal; Thames and Severn canal

Canons, Ashby see Ashby, Canons

Canterbury,
-, abps. of, see Becket; Laud, Wm.; Stigand; Wulfred

Cantwell, fam.,

Canwick (Lincs.),

Caperun, fam.,
-, cappers, see hat making

Carden, Edw.,

Cardiganshire, see Aberystwyth; Gogerddan

Cardinal, College Oxford,
-, carding, see textile industry

Cardonnel, Adam,
-, cards,

Careless, John, mayor of Woodstock,

Carlisle, bp. of, see Aldrich, Rob.

Carlyle, Revd. John,

Carnac, see Camac

Carnarvon, earl of, see Dormer
-, carpenters, see building trades

carriers,

Carryk, John,

Carter:
-, Blacknell,
-, John,
-, Wm. (fl.1776)
-, Wm. (fl.19th cent.)
-, fam.,

Cartwright, Eliz.,

Cary:
-, Eliz., m. Geo. Wellington,
-, Francis,
-, Hen., Vct. Falkland,
-, Jas., see Wellington
-, Jane,
-, John,
-, Mary, m. Ric. Pickering,
-, Sir Phil.,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Case, John,

Cashel (Irel.), bp. of,

Cass, Chris.,

Cassington, Ric. of,

Cassington,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, almshos.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, bridges,
-, canal,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, ch. hos.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fishpond and fishery,
-, glebe,
-, green,
-, heath,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. hos., and see
-, Cassington: Reynolds Fm.
-, mills,
-, Moat Fm., see Cassington: Reynolds
-, Fm.
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Purwell,
-, rly.,
-, rectory est.,
-, rectory ho.,
-, Reynolds (Moat) Fm.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, Somerford,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village hall,
-, wake,
-, water supply,
-, wharf,
-, woodland, and see Burleigh
-, wood
-, Worton, q.v.

Castle (Castell):
-, Geo. (fl. late 17th cent.)
-, Geo. (d. 1739, ? another),
-, Geo. (fl.1766)
-, Geo. (fl. 1886)
-, Geo. (fl.1898) architect,
-, John, and his w. Sarah,
-, Ric. (fl.1694)
-, Ric. (d.1705, ? another),
-, Ric. (fl.1886) (or Haynes), Thos. (fl. mid 16th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl.18th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl.1830)
-, fam.,

Castle, Combe see Combe, Castle

Castle, Howard (Yorks. N.R.)

Caswell, A. S., vicar of Stanton Harcourt,

Catholic, Apostolic (Irvingite) church

Catholic, Emancipation see Roman Catholicism

cattle, breeds:
-, Aberdeen Angus,
-, Ayrshire,
-, Guernsey,
-, Hereford,
-, Jersey,
-, Old English wild white,
-, Yorkshire,

Cauntelo:
-, Geo. de,
-, Maud de, see Doyley
-, Wm. de,

Cave:
-, Eliz.,
-, Martin,

Caversfield,

Caverswell (Eynsham Hanborough), brook,

Cecil:
-, C. E.,
-, Wm.,

cement, manufacture

Ceolwulf II, king of Mercia,
-, cert money,

Chadlington,

Chadwell, John,

Chalford, see Enstone

Chamber (Chaumbre):
-, John de la,
-, Ric.,

chamberlain, Wm. the, see William

Chamberlain:
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Eliz., see Owen
-, Francis,
-, John,
-, Sir Leonard,
-, Martha,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Chambers, Sir Wm.,

Champagne, John of, and his w. Nichole,

Champneys:
-, Sir John,
-, Ric.,
-, Theodora, see Blundell

chandlers,
-, 362-3,

Chandos, Ld., see Bridges

chantries, obits, and lights, and see Woodstock: chant.

chapels, private, see oratories

Chapman:
-, John,
-, Jos.,

chapmen,

charcoal, burning

Charlbury, Sim. of, vicar of Eynsham,

Charlbury,
-, as address,
-, Fawler,
-, Finstock,
-, Tapwell,

Charlecombe (Som.),

Charles I,
-, as prince of Wales,

Charles II,

Charles, prince of Wales,

Charles, Ric.,

Charlett:
-, Ann,
-, Lucy,
-, Ric. Bourne,

Charlton-on-Otmoor,

Chaucer:
-, Alice, m. Thos. Montagu, earl of Salisbury, m. Wm. de la Pole,
-, duke of Suffolk,
-, Geof.,
-, Maud, w. of Thos.,
-, Thos., Speaker,
-, fam.,

Chaumbre, see Chamber

Cheatle, fam.,

Cheere, Sir Hen.,

cheese:
-, manufacture,
-, trade,

Chelmsford, Ld., see Thesiger

Cheltenham, John of,

chemists,

Cheriton:
-, Avis, w. of Mat.,
-, Mat.,
-, Reynold,
-, fam.,

Cherry:
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Cherwell, riv.,

Cherwell, district

Chester, diocese,

Chesterton, Rob. of, rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Chesterton,

Chetwode:
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Cheyne:
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1365),
-, Thos. (fl. 1428),
-, fam.,

Cheyney, Thos.,

Chil brook,

Childrey (formerly Berks.),

Chilton (Bucks.),

china, earthenware dealing,

Chipping, Norton see Norton, Chipping

Chipping, Norton and Woodstock planning cttee.,

Chipping, Norton rural district

Chisholm, Jas.,

Chittam, Wm.,

Chirk (Denb.),

cholera, see epidemics

Christ, Church Oxford, and see Cardinal College; King Henry VIII's College

Christian, Ewan,

Christian, Brethren see Brethren

Church, Commissioners see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Church, Diocesan Board

Churchill:
-, Benj. (d.1839) vicar of North Leigh,rector of Wilcote,
-, Benj. (d.1840)
-, Henrietta, suo jure dchss. of Marlborough, m. Francis Godolphin,
-, later earl of Godolphin,
-, John (d. 1722) duke of Marlborough,
-, John (d. 1796),
-, 365-6,
-, Ld. Randolph Henry Spencer,
-, Sam.,
-, Sarah (Jennings), w. of John, duke of
-, Marlborough,
-, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer,
-, fam.,

churchscot,

cider, making

cigarette, manufacture

cinemas,

Cirencester (Glos.),

Cistercians,

Civil, War and see parliamentarians; royalists

Clanfield:
-, Hen.,
-, Wal.,

Clarendon, earl of, see Hyde

Clarendon, Press see Oxford University Press

Claris, Ralph,

Clark (Clarke, Clerk):
-, Augustine,
-, Edw.,
-, Geo. (d.1736)
-, Hen. (fl.1574)
-, Hen. (fl.1581, ? the same),
-, Humph.,
-, Jeremiah,
-, John (d. 1545), see Ward
-, John (fl. 1555),
-, Marg., w. of Humph.,
-, Thos.,

Claymond, John,

clay, pits

Clayton, Wm.,

Clayton, and Bell

Clement, Eleanor, see Nowers

clerk, Alfred the, see Alfred

clerk, Hugh the, see Hugh

Clerk, see Clark

Clifden, Vct., see Ellis

Cliffe, John,

Clifford:
-, Rosamund ('Fair Rosamund'),
-, Rosamund's well, see Blenheim
-, Park; Woodstock Park
-, Wal.,

Clinch:
-, John Marriott,
-, J. W.,

Clinton:
-, Agnes de, m. Warin de Brakenham,
-, (or Fiennes), Edw., Ld. Clinton and Say,
-, Geof. de (fl.1123)
-, Geof. de (fl. 1152 another),
-, Hen. de, s. of above,
-, Hen. de (d.1232-3)
-, Isabel de,
-, Sir John, Ld. Clinton,
-, Jordan,
-, Nicia, m. Wm. of Paris,
-, Ralph,
-, Wm. (fl. early cent.),
-, Wm. (d. c.1197)
-, Wm. (d. by 1238)
-, fam.,

clockmaking, and see watchmaking

clocks, ancient,

Clodding, Ric.,

cloth, see textile industry

Clothier, L. E.,

clover, see crops

coach, building

coaching,

coal:
-, mining,
-, trade,

Coates, Rob., vicar of Yarnton,

Cobbett, Wm.,

cobblers, see leather industry

cock fighting, and see Woodstock: cockpit

Cockin:
-, Eliz., m. Wm. Taylor,
-, Jane, see FitzHerbert
-, Wm.,

Cocks, see Cox

Coenwulf, king of Mercia,

Cogges,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, chaplains,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,

Cogges, High,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fishponds and fisheries,
-, glebe,
-, heath,
-, Hill Houses, see Leigh, South
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. hos.,
-, mills,
-, Newland,
-, Newland Ho.,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, pest ho.,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, priory,
-, priors,
-, rectory est.,
-, rly.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, Shores green,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, woodland, Cogges wood,
-, workho.,

Cogges, barony,

Cokethorpe, see Ducklington

Colchester (Essex),

Cole:
-, Edm.,
-, H.,

Coleman, fam.,

Coles:
-, Geo. (fl.1773) and his w. Sarah,
-, Geo. (d.1814, another),
-, Geo. (d. 1841) mayor of Woodstock,
-, Geo. (fl.1860)
-, Giles,
-, Hen. (d. by 1610) and his w. Cath.,
-, Hen. (fl. 1629)
-, Wm. (fl.1773) and his w. Eliz.,
-, Wm. (fl.1795)
-, fam.,

collar, makers see leather industry

Colles:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Collett, fam.,

Collier:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Collingwood:
-, Francis,
-, fam.,

Collins:
-, Francis,
-, John,
-, Mabel, w. of Ric.,
-, Ric. (d.1587)
-, Ric. (d. 1662)

Collmer, Rob., rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Colmers (in King's Norton Worcs.),,

Columban (fl.1086),

Combe:
-, Rog., rector of Hanborough,
-, Thos.,

Combe,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, Alma Grove,
-, as address,
-, Belson's,
-, bdy.,
-, bridges,
-, chaplains, and
-, see Bradgate; Hannah, John;Woodstock, Hen. of
-, chars.,
-, chs.,
-, Combe Ho.,
-, Combe leys,
-, cts.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, East End,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, glebe,
-, greens,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. hos.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, pest ho.,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, reading room,
-, rectors,
-, rectory est.,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Pearce, Steph.
-, water supply and drainage,
-, woodland, Notoaks (Nattocks) wood,

Combe (in Great Milton), see Milton,Great

Combe, Castle (Wilts.),

Combes, -,

Commons, Ho. of, see parliament

Comper, Sebastian,

Compeworth:
-, Thos. of (fl.1364) and his w. Agnes,
-, Thos. of (fl.1384, ? another),
-, Thos. (fl.1395, another),

Compton, Jas., earl of Northampton,

Conant:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Mary, see Street
-, Rob.,

Congregationalists,

Congreve, Wm.,

Conolly:
-, Anne, see Wentworth
-, Wm.,

Conservatives,

Constable:
-, Lawr. (d. 1632)
-, Lawr. (d.1668)
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Constance (Konstanz Germany),,Council of,

Conway, Wm., vicar of Cassington,

Conybeare, John,

Conyers, Thos.,

Cook (Cooke):
-, Corbett,
-, John, rector of Begbroke,
-, Thos., rector of Begbroke,
-, Thos., circumnavigator,

cooper, Wm. the, see William

Cooper (Cowper):
-, Rob.,
-, Thos., bp. of Winchester,
-, fam.,

coopering,

coppicing,

Corbet (Corbett):
-, Ric., vicar of Cassington, bp. of Oxford and Norwich,
-, Sim.,

Cordell, Anne, see Blundell

cordwainers, see leather industry

corn dealing,

Cornbury,
-, Cornbury Pk.,

Cornish:
-, Hen. (fl.1616)
-, Hen. (d.1698)
-, John, rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Cornwall, John,

Cornwall, earls of, see Edmund; Richard

Cornwell:
-, Mary, w. of Ric., m. - Dolman,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos., rector of Wilcote,
-, Wm., mayor of Woodstock,

Corpus, Christi College Oxford,

Cote, see Bampton

Cote (Cotes), Over, see Kidlington

Cotes:
-, Digby,
-, Sarah, see Adams

Cotswolds, and see sheep

Cottesmore. (Rut.)

Cottington, Chas.,

Cotton, Hen., vicar of Cassington,

Cottrell, Grace,

Cottrell-Dormer, Ursula,

County, Fire Office

coursing,

Covent, Garden see London

Coventry:
-, John,
-, Vincent,

Coventry (Warws.),

Cowley,
-, Cowley, Temple,

Cowper, see Cooper

Cox (Cocks):
-, G. B.,
-, John (fl.1524)
-, John (fl.18th cent.),
-, Sir Rob., rector of Bladon,

Cox, Morrell, & Co.,

Coxeter, John,

Coxhead:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Coxwell, Wal. of,

Craggs, Mic.,

Creaton (Northants.),

Crécy-en-Ponthieu (Somme´, France),,

Creek, Wm.,

Crevequer, Sibyl de, m. Rob. Arsic,

Crewe, Nat., bp. of Durham,

Criche:
-, Adrian,
-, Agnes, see Weller
-, Sam.,

cricket,

Cripps, Sam.,

Crisp (Crispe):
-, Sam.,
-, Sir Thos.,

Croft:
-, Eliz., w. of Thos.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Croke:
-, Francis,
-, John (d.1554)
-, John (d.1608)
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Croker:
-, Gerard,
-, John,
-, Mary, see Blundell

Cromwell:
-, Marg., see Deincourt
-, Oliver,
-, Thos.,

Cropredy, see Williamscot

crops, less common:
-, clover,
-, dill,
-, flax,
-, grapes,
-, hemp,
-, hops,
-, lentils,
-, lucerne,
-, mangolds,
-, sainfoin,
-, sugar beet,
-, swedes,
-, tares,
-, woad,

Cross:
-, Benj. Billing,
-, Chas.,
-, Chas. Simmons,
-, Mary, see Wyatt
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

crosses, ; and see Eynsham; Woodstock

Crossley:
-, John, mayor of Woodstock,
-, fam.,

Crown,
-, as landlord,
-, as patron,
-, patentees,
-, payments to,
-, royal servants, clerks, and officers, clerk of king's works,
-, Surveyor General of Crown Lands,
-, Surveyor General of royal works, and see Woodstock manor: officers;Woodstock Park: officers and see England, kings and queens of

Crown Brewery,

Croxford:
-, Isabel, m. Geo. Gainsford,
-, John, the elder (fl.1291)
-, John, the younger (fl.1291)
-, John (fl.1451) see Croxford: Rob.
-, Rob. (or John, fl.1451)
-, Rob. (? d. by 1454)
-, Wal.,
-, fam.,

Crutched Friars,

Crutchfield, Ric.,

Crutchley:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., see Buttle
-, Wm. (d. by 1639)
-, Wm. (fl.1639)
-, Wm. (d. 1678, another),

Crutch's, glove factory

cucking, stools

Culham,

Culpeper:
-, Jane (or Joan), w. of Wal.,
-, John,
-, Joyce,
-, Martin (d.1605)
-, Sir Martin (fl.1606)
-, Thos.,
-, Wal.,

Cumnor (formerly Berks.),
-, Farmoor,
-, Swinford,

Cundall, Rob.,

Cupper, John,

Curbridge, see Witney

curfew, bells see customs

Curll, Hen.,

Curme, Thos.,

curriers, see leather industry

Curson:
-, Eliz.,
-, Ric.,
-, Vincent,

Curtis:
-, John, rector of Stanton Harcourt,
-, fam.,

customs, traditional,
-, curfew bells,
-, maypoles,
-, Morris dancing,
-, mumming,
-, Pentecostal processions,
-, perambulation (of bdies.),
-, Whitsun ales, and see feasts, wakes under names of particular places

Cutha (d. 584),

cutlers, see metal industry

Cutmill, Ediza of,

Cutteslowe (extraparochial),
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, char.,
-, cts.,
-, inns,
-, man. and est.,
-, place name,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, tithes,
-, Twisdelowe,

Cynewulf, king of Wessex,

Daggett, Chris.,

Dagville, Wm., and his w. Mary, dairy farming,

Dalby:
-, Anne,
-, Ric. (fl.1524)
-, Ric. (fl.1576)

Dale, John (or Jas.),

Dalton, John,

Damary:
-, Ant.,
-, fam.,

Danbury, Steph.,

Dann, Jas.,

Danvers, Sir Thos.,

Darcy, Sir Geo.,

Darton, Nic.,

Dashwood:
-, Dorothea, w. of Rob.,
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Sir Geo. John Egerton,
-, Sir Hen. Watkin,
-, Sir Hen. Wm.,
-, Sir Jas.,
-, Rob. (d. 1728),
-, Sir Rob (d. 1734),
-, fam.,

d'Aubigny, Seigneur, see Stuart, Geo.

Davies (Davis):
-, Grace, w. of John, m. Edw. Ryves,
-, John (d.1711)
-, John (fl.1863)
-, Rob.,
-, Thos., vicar of Stanton Harcourt,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

d'Avranches, Rualon,

Dawkins:
-, Geo.,
-, Jas.,
-, Mary, see Sartoris

Dawson, Humph.,

Day:
-, Jos.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (d.1566)
-, Thos. (fl.1713)
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Dean (Deane):
-, John (fl. 1849)
-, John (fl.1879, another),
-, Wm., rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,
-, fam.,

Dean (in Spelsbury),

Deddington,

deer, and see Blenheim Park; Woodstock Park

Defoe, Dan.,

Deincourt:
-, Alice, m. Wm. Lovel, Ld. Lovel,
-, Ralph Boteler, Ld. Sudeley,
-, Joan, see Grey
-, John, Ld. Deincourt,
-, Marg., m. Sir Ralph Cromwell,

demesne, ancient or royal,

'demesne towns',

Denbigh, earl of, see Feilding

Denbighshire, see Chirk

Denis, of the park

Denison:
-, Anna Maria,
-, Wm.,

Denmark, king of,

Dennet:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Densyll, Peter,

Dent, & Allcroft

Derby:
-, earldom of,
-, earls of, see Stanley

Dereham, East (Norf.),

Derham, Wm., rector of Hanborough,

Desborough, John,

deserted medieval villages, see settlement

Despenser, fam.,

designers, see artists

Devall:
-, Geo.,
-, fam.,

Dever (Devot), Ric., vicar of Cassington,

Devereux, Rob., earl of Essex,

Devey, Geo.,

Devonshire, see Exeter; Musbury; Plymouth

Devot, see Dever

Dew, John,

Dewsnap:
-, Geo.,
-, Jos.,
-, fam.,

dice,

Didbrook (Glos.),

Digby:
-, Sir Kenelm,
-, Venetia, see Stanley

Digweed, Jas.,

dill, see crops

Dimmock:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Dingley, Edulph, town clerk of Woodstock,

Disraeli, Benj.,

Dister, Wm.,

Diston, Wm.,

Ditchley (in Spelsbury),

Ditton, Jane,

d'Ivri:
-, Geof.,
-, Rog. (d.1089)
-, Rog. (d.1112)
-, fam.,

Dobbs, John,

doctors (of medicine), see physicians

Dodd:
-, Chris.,
-, Ethelbert,
-, J. T.,
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

d'Oddingseles, Marg., m. Sir John de Grey,

Dodecote, Peter of,

Dodschone, Hen., vicar of Stanton Harcourt,

Dodwell, Hen.,

Dodyngton, John,

Dogett, Hen.,

d'Oilly, see Doyley

Dolman:
-, Mary, see Cornwell
-, fam.,

Don, -,

Donnington (Berks.),

Dorchester, see of,
-, bp. of, see Remigius

Dormer:
-, Anna Sophia, see Herbert
-, Chas.,
-, Fleetwood,
-, Rob., earl of Carnarvon,

Dornford, see Wootton

Dornford, Lane

Dorset, see Portland

dovecots,

Dover (Kent),

Downe, earls of, see Pope, Thos. and Wm.

Downes, Geo., rector of Begbroke,

Downhall:
-, Adam of,
-, Ellis,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Doyley (d'Oilly):
-, Hen. (d.1163)
-, Hen. (d.1196)
-, Hen. (d.1232)
-, Hen. (? one of above),
-, Jane,
-, Sir John,
-, Maud, w. of Hen., m. Wm. de Cauntelo,
-, Niel,
-, Rob. (fl.1086)
-, Rob. (d.1142)
-, fam.,

Drake:
-, Bernard,
-, John,

Draper, Wm.,

drapers,
-, woollendrapers,

Draycot (Bucks.),

dressmaking,

Dreux:
-, count of, see Robert
-, ctss. of, see St. Valery, Annora of

Drewett, fam.,

Drinkwater:
-, Eliz.,
-, H. G. W.,
-, fam.,

Droitwich (Worcs.),

Druce:
-, Jos. (d.1821)
-, Jos. (d.1890)
-, Mary, w. of Sam.,
-, Sam. (d.1860)
-, Sam. (d.1874)
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Drumar, Reynold of,

Drummond, Hen.,

Drury, Lane theatre see London

Dubber, John,

Duberley, Jas.,

Dublin (Irel.),

Dubois, -,

Duchêne, Achille,

Ducklington,
-, Cokethorpe,
-, Hardwick,

Dudley, John,

Duffield, Ric.,

Duke's, Cut see Oxford canal

Duncan, Geo., rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Dunce (Dunch), John,

Duntisbourne, Rouse (Glos.)

Durant:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Durbridge:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Durham, bp. of, see Crewe

Durham, cathedral

Durham, College Oxford,

Duston, Isabel of, m. Sir Wal. de Grey,

Dutch, Elm disease

Dyer:
-, Edw.,
-, John,

dyeing, see textile industry

Dyray, fam.,

Eadmaer (fl.10th cent.),

Eagleton:
-, Edw.,
-, Wm.,

Eahlhun, bp. of Worcester,

Early:
-, John, & Co.,
-, fam.,

earth, closet manufacture

earthenware, see china

East, Arthur, vicar of South Leigh,

East, End Steph. of,

Easthampstead (Berks.),

Eaton, Water (in Kidlington),
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, bridges,
-, chap.,
-, ch.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, Fries (Frize),
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, rly.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, trade and ind.,
-, tithes,
-, Twisdelowe, see Cutteslowe
-, vestry,
-, woodland,

Eaton, Wood,

Eccles:
-, Wm. (d.1876)
-, Wm. (d.1885)

Ecclesiastical (later Church), Commissioners,

Eccleston, Hen.,

Eden:
-, F. C.,
-, Geo.,
-, Wm., Ld. Auckland,
-, Wm.,

Edgar, king,

Edgecumbe, Jas.,

Edgehill (Warws.), battle of,

Edgerley, Thos.,

Edging, Bart.,

Edgington, Anne, see Bruce

Edinburgh, duke of, see Philip

Edith, abbess of Godstow,

Edmund, earl of Cornwall,

Edmund, of the park

Edward I,

Edward III,

Edward IV,

Edward VI,

Edward VII, as prince of Wales,

Edward VIII,

Edward, duke of York,

Edward (of Woodstock),

Edward, prince of Wales (Black Prince),

Edward, the Elder

eels (as rent),,

Egleton, fam.,

Elcock, Thos., rector of Bladon,

Eldridge:
-, Geo. (d.1764)
-, Geo. (d.1814)
-, Geo. (d.1834)
-, John,
-, Sarah,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Eleanor, dau. of Edw. I,

Eleanor, dau. of Edw. II,

Eleanor (of Aquitaine), queen of Hen.II,

Eleanor (of Provence), queen of Hen.III,

electricity, supply

Eling (Hants), see Ower

Eliot, see Elyot

Elizabeth I,

Elizabeth II,

Ellis, the miller

Ellis:
-, Clough Williams,
-, Hen. Welbore Agar, Vct. Clifden,

Elmbridge (Elmrugge):
-, Eliz., see Plessis
-, Rob. de,
-, Rog.,
-, fam.,

Elmes:
-, Art.,
-, Edm.,
-, John (fl.1444)
-, John (d.1491)
-, John (d.1541)
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d.1504)
-, Wm. (d.1641)
-, fam.,

Elmrugge, see Elmbridge

Elsfield,

Elye, Thos.,

Elyot (Eliot):
-, Francis,
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Sir Thos.,

emigration,

Emmot, Wm., vicar of Eynsham,

Enders, John,

Enfield (Mdx.),

England, kings and queens of, and see Crown and under names of particular sovereigns

engravers, see artists

Enstone, Wm.,

Enstone,
-, Chalford,

Entertainments, National Service Association (ENSA),

epidemics,
-, cholera,
-, plague, Black Death,
-, smallpox,
-, typhoid,

Epworth (Lincs.),

Erasmus, Desiderius,

Eresby (Lincs.),

Ernle, Sir Edw.,

Essex, earl of, see Devereux

Essex, see Colchester; Ingatestone

Estdun, Wm. of,

estovers,

Ethelred, king of Wessex,

Ethelred II,

Eton, College (Bucks.)

Eu:
-, John de (fl.1279)
-, John de (fl.1346)

Eudes (the sewer), s. of Hubert de Rys,

Eustace, son of Geoffrey

Eustace, son of Ralph

Eustace, the franklin

Evangelicals,

Evans:
-, Dan.,
-, Edw., rector of Bladon,
-, Hugh, vicar of Yarnton,
-, John, vicar of Cassington,
-, Nigel,
-, Ric.,

Evenlode (Bladon), riv.,

Eversci:
-, Isabel de, see Wheatfield, Isabel
-, Rob. de,

Evesham (Worcs.), abbey,
-, abbot,

Ewelme,
-, honor,

Exchequer, John of the, see John of the Exchequer>

Exclusion, crisis

Exeter, bps. of, see Neville, Geo.; Stafford, Edm.; Stapledon

Exeter, College Oxford,

Exnyng, John,

extraparochial places, and see Blenheim parish; Cutteslowe; Godstow; King's Weir; Osney Hill;
-, Pixey Mead; Wilsey

Eyans:
-, Ant.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Eynsham, Hen. of,

Eynsham,
-, abbey, see Eynsham abbey
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, Barnard Gate,
-, Bartholomew Room,
-, Blowens (Blowings), and see Hanborough
-, borough,
-, officers, and see Eynsham: Newland
-, bdy.,
-, bridges, and see Cumnor: Swinford
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, clubs,
-, Cook's corner, see Hanborough
-, Co-operative Stores,
-, cts.,
-, ct. hos.,
-, Cow Leys common,
-, crosses,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Eynsham Hall,
-, pk.,estate,
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, Abbey,
-, Abbey,110-11,
-, City,
-, Elm (the Elms),
-, Farm, the,
-, Twelve Acre,
-, Wintles,
-, feasts,
-, fields,
-, fires and fire fighting,
-, fisheries and fishponds,
-, Freeland, q.v.
-, Frith, see Eynsham: woodland
-, Gables, the,
-, glebe,
-, heath,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man., officers,
-, man. hos., and see
-, Eynsham: Eynsham Hall
-, mkt.,
-, mills,
-, Newland,
-, Newland Ho.,
-, Newland Lodge,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, Parks, the,
-, pest. hos.,
-, place name,
-, police,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory est.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, shops,
-, Shrubbery, the,
-, streets,
-, Tilgarsley, q.v.
-, trade and ind.,
-, tithes,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see Symonds, Thos.
-, water supply and drainage,
-, wharf,
-, woodland,
-, Frith (Thrift) coppice,
-, High wood,
-, Woodleys coppice,
-, workhos.,

Eynsham, abbey
-, abbots,
-, site and bldg.,

Eynsham, Assoc. for Prosecution of Felons,

Eynsham, Brewery

Eynsham, brook see Caverswell brook

Eynsham, Paper Mills Co.

Eynsham, Sack Co.

Eyr:
-, Rob. le (fl.1260s)
-, Rob. le (fl.1300, ? another),

Faichen:
-, Steph.,
-, Wm.,

'Fair, Rosamund' see Clifford, Rosamund

Fairburn, Winifred,

Fairford (Glos.),

fairs, and see Eynsham; Godstow; Woodstock

falconry,

Falkland, Vct., see Cary, Hen.

Fardon:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Faringdon (formerly Berks.),

Farmer, J. E. G., rector of Bladon,

Farmoor, see Cumnor

Farncote, Hen. of, vicar of North Leigh,

Fathers., fam.,

Faulkner:
-, Nat.,
-, Wm.,

Faussett, Godfrey,

Fawler, see Charlbury

Fe´camp, abbey (Seine-Maritime France),
-, abbots,

Feild, Edw.,

Feilding:
-, Edw.,
-, Wm., earl of Denbigh,

Fell, John, bp. of Oxford,

fellmongers, see leather industry

felons', goods

Fenne, Adam de le, and his w. Alice,

Fenner, Edw.,

Fennymore:
-, Edw. (d.1695)
-, Edw. (d.1700)
-, fam.,

Fenton, Chris.,

Ferrers:
-, Edw.,
-, Rob. de (fl.1344)
-, Rob. (fl.1649) rector of Bladon,

ferries,

Fesse, see Jeffs

Fettiplace:
-, Ant.,
-, Edw.,

Ffennell, R. W.,

Fiennes:
-, Edw., see Clinton
-, fam.,

Findall, Ant.,

Findon, Herb. de, vicar of Cogges,

Finstock, see Charlbury

firebote,

fires and firefighting, and see
-, Blenheim Palace; Eynsham;Woodstock

fisher, Jos. the, see Joseph

Fisher, Ric.,

fisheries and fishponds,
-, fishermen,

fisherman, Wm. the, see William

fishmongers,

Fishponds (in Stapleton Glos.),,

Fishwick, Thos., vicar of Cassington,

Fiske, Rob., vicar of North Leigh,

Fitch, Marc,

FitzHerbert:
-, Eliz.,
-, Francis,
-, Humph.,
-, Jane, m. Wm. Cockin,
-, John (d.1617)
-, John (d.1658)
-, John (d.1727)
-, John (d.1733)
-, Rob. (d.1636)
-, Rob. (b.1675)
-, Rob. (d.1735, another),
-, Rob. (d.1754)
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

FitzHugh, John,

FitzJohn:
-, Cecily, m. Rog. of Gloucester, earl of Hereford,
-, Pain,

FitzOsbern:
-, Rog., earl of Hereford,
-, Wm., earl of Hereford,

FitzParnel:
-, Marg., m. Saher de Quincy, earl of Winchester,
-, Rob., earl of Leicester,

FitzRobert, Wm., earl of Gloucester,

Fitzroy, Lady Charlotte, m. Edw. HenLee, earl of Lichfield,

FitzWyth, John,

Flam brook,

Flambard, Ranulf,

Flanders, count of, see Robert II

Flavel, Gilb.,

flax:
-, growing, see crops
-, processing, see textile industry

Fleetwood:
-, Lt.-Gen. Chas.,
-, Sir Geo.,
-, Sir Gerard,
-, Sir Miles (d. 1641),
-, Miles (d. 1688),
-, Sir Wm.,

Fleming, fam.,

Fletcher:
-, Hen. (d. by 1598)
-, Hen. (d.1601)
-, Joan, w. of John,
-, John, mayor of Woodstock,
-, Joshua,
-, Marg.,
-, Thos. (fl.1468)
-, Thos. (fl.1526)
-, Thos. (d.1617)
-, Wm. (d.1557)
-, Wm. (fl.17th cent.),
-, Wm. (fl.1765)
-, Wm. (d.1827)

Flexney:
-, Cath.,
-, Dan.,
-, Mary,
-, Thos. (fl.1631)
-, Thos. (fl.1662, ? same as above),
-, Thos. (d.1668, ? same as above),
-, Thos. (fl.1675)
-, Thos. (fl. 1687, another),
-, fam.,

Flintshire, see St. Asaph

flockmaking,

Fly:
-, Wm., mayor of Woodstock,
-, fam.,

Foley, fam.,

Follett, John,

football,

Fonthill, Gifford (Wilts.)

Ford:
-, Chris.,
-, Joan, see Wheeler
-, Jonathan,
-, Jos., rector of Hanborough,
-, Rob. (d.1557) vicar of Cassington,
-, Rob. (fl.1830)
-, - at,

Ford, Castle (Northumb.)

Fordred, John,

fords,

Foreshaw:
-, John (fl.1687)
-, John (fl.1734)
-, John (fl.1791)
-, Wm.,

forest, and see Wychwood
-, forest

forester, Reynold the, see Reynold

forges, see metal industry:smithies

Forster, Thos., vicar of Cassington,

Foster:
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Fouk:
-, Rog. (fl.1327)
-, Rog. (fl.1328, ? another), rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,
-, fam.,

Fourdrinier, machine

Fowler, Wm.,

France:
-, Isabella of, see Isabella
-, Marg. of, see Margaret

France,
-, king of, see Louis XIV
-, and see Agincourt; Bayeux; Cr´cyen-Ponthieu; F´camp; LieuDieu; Saussay; Versailles

franchises, see ale; bread; estovers; fairs;
-, felons' goods; firebote; frankpledge; free warren; gallows; haybote; housebote; infangthief;
-, markets; murdrum; outfangthief; pillories; sac; soc; team; toll; waifs; writs, return of

Francis, Ric.,

franklin, Eustace the, see Eustace

Franklin:
-, Edw.,
-, Giles,
-, Hen.,
-, Hen. R., and his w. Jane,
-, John,
-, Peter,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

frankpledge, view of,

Fraxino, Bart. de, see Nash

free warren,

Freeborn, A. C. R., vicar of Kidlington,

Freeland (in Eynsham),
-, adv.,
-, bdy.,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms, Elm fm.,
-, fields,
-, Freeland Ho. (Lodge), pk.,
-, Frith, see Eynsham:woodland
-, inns,
-, nonconf.,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, schs.,
-, trade and ind.,
-, vicarage hos.,
-, vicars,

Freeman:
-, Augustine,
-, Frank, vicar of South Leigh,
-, John,
-, -
-, fam.,

Freemasons,

Freer, John,

Fremcurt, Wm.,

French:
-, Phil., rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,
-, Rob. (d.1687)
-, Rob. (d.1730)
-, Rob. (d.1735) and his w. Joanna,
-, Rob. (d. c1764)
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Frere:
-, Edw. (fl.1553)
-, Edw. (fl.1616)
-, Thos. le,
-, Wm. (d.1466) and his w. Agnes,
-, Wm. (fl.1466)
-, Wm. (d.1612)

Freston, Susan, see Blundell

Freund, Wilhelm,

friendly, and benefit societies

Friends (Quakers),

Fries (in Kidlington), see Eaton, Water

Fringford,

Frith, Alex. de la,

Fritwell:
-, Millicent of,
-, Ric. of,
-, Steph. of,

Frize (in Kidlington), see Eaton, Water

Frogwelldown, Lane

Frome (Som.),

fruit, growing

Fry, Stephen,

Fryer, Cornelius,

Fudgell, John,

Fulford:
-, Anne,
-, Benj.,
-, Francis,

Fulkes, Eleanor,

Full, Wm., vicar of Cassington,

fuller, Ralph the, see Ralph

Fuller:
-, Francis,
-, Wm. (fl.1783) and his w. Mary,
-, Wm. (fl.1826, ? another),

fulling, see textile industry

furniture:
-, making, and see cabinet making
-, selling,

furrier,

Gadbury:
-, Dorothy, w. of John,
-, Joan,
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Gainsford (Gaynsford):
-, Austin,
-, Edw.,
-, Geo.,
-, Isabel, see Croxford

Gale, Ant.,

gallows,

Gambold, John, vicar of Stanton Harcourt,

gardeners,
-, landscape, and see Bridgeman,
-, Chas.; Brown, Lancelot; Duchêne; Garner; Read, Benj.;
-, Wise, Hen. (d.1738)

Gardiner, see Gardner

Gardinis (Gardino):
-, Alexandra de, w. of Wm., see Haye
-, Alexandra de, m. - Giffard,
-, Rob. de,
-, Thos. de,
-, Wm. de,
-, fam.,

Gardner (Gardiner):
-, Edw.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Garner, Thos.,

Garrett, J. W.,

Garrick, David,

gas, supply

Gascoigne:
-, Ann, see Harcourt
-, Jos.,
-, Susanna,

Gask, M.,

Gate:
-, Agnes, see Baldon
-, Geof.,

Gaunt:
-, Blanche of, see Grosmont
-, John of, duke of Lancaster,

Gaynsford, see Gainsford

Geare, Edw.,

Geddington (Northants.),

Geffray, see Jeffery geld,

Gelderland (Holland),

General, Aircraft Ltd.

Genillard, Gaston,

Geoffrey, rector of Wilcote,

Geoffrey, Eustace s. of, see Eustace

Geoffrey, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Geoffrey, the napper

George III,

George:
-, Sir Ernest,
-, Wm.,

Germany, and see Blenheim; Mindelheim

Gernun:
-, Alice, see Plessis
-, John,

Ghent:
-, Alice of, m. Sim. de St. Liz,
-, Gilb. of (d. c.1095)
-, Gilb. of (d.1156)
-, Wal. of, and see Gaunt

Giacomorsi, Giuseppe,

Gibbon, Wm., see Milton, Wm.

Gibbons:
-, Edm.,
-, Eliz., see Huntington
-, Geo., vicar of Stanton Harcourt,
-, Grinling,
-, Jas. (fl. c.1849)
-, Jas. (fl. c.1850 another),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, Mrs.,
-, fam.,

Gibbons, & Co.

Gibbs:
-, Jane,
-, John (d. 1686)
-, John (fl.1871)

Gibbs, and Moore

Giffard:
-, Alexandra, see Gardinis
-, John (d. by 1279)
-, John, s. of above,
-, John (fl.1338)
-, John (fl.1361, ? another),
-, Thos. (d.1394)
-, Thos. (d.1550)
-, Ursula, m. Thos. Wenman,
-, fam.,

Gilbert:
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,
-, -,

Gill, John, rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Gillam:
-, Isaac, vicar of North Leigh,
-, John,

Gillett:
-, Wm. (fl.1848)
-, Wm., s. of above,

Gillett, Tawney, & Co.,

Gillian, daughter of Mayne

Gilpin, Bernard,

Gladstone, Sir John,

Glanville, Chas.,

Glass, John,

glass, painted or stained,

glaziers, see building trades

Gledhill, Edm.,

Gloucester:
-, Rog. of, earl of Hereford, his. w. Cecily, see FitzJohn

Gloucester:
-, dukes of, see Humphrey (of Lancaster); Thomas (of Woodstock)
-, earl of, see FitzRobert

Gloucester,

Gloucester Hall, Oxford,

Gloucestershire, see Barrington; Campden, Broad; Cirencester; Didbrook; Duntisbourne Rouse; Fairford; Fishponds; Hailes; Icomb;
-, Maiseyhampton; Northleach; Oddington; Rissington, Wick; Staunton; Willicote

Glover:
-, Hugh,
-, John,
-, Mic.,
-, Nic.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos., mayor of Woodstock,
-, Wm.,
-, Mrs.,
-, fam.,

glove, manufacture see leather industry

glue, manufacture

Glyme, riv.,

Glyme, Glove Co.

Glympton,

Glympton, stone

Glynton, Edw.,

Goad, John, vicar of Yarnton,

Goddard, Edw.,

Godden:
-, J. N.
-, Sampson,
-, fam.,

Godfrey (fl. 1086),

Godfrey:
-, Thos. (fl.17th cent.)
-, Thos. (d.1747)

Godolphin:
-, Francis, earl of Godolphin,
-, as Vct. Rialton,
-, Henrietta, see Churchill
-, Wm., marquess of Blandford,
-, fam.,

Godstow (extraparochial),
-, abbey,
-, abbess, n; and see
-, Edith chap.,
-, site and bldgs.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, bridge,
-, ct.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, fair,
-, farms,
-, fishponds,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, water supply,

Godwin,

Gogerddan (Cardig.),

Golafre:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Golding:
-, Edw.,
-, fam.,

goldsmiths, see metal industry:smiths

Good, Thos., rector of Bladon,

Goodhew, Aviation Ltd.

Goodwin, Chas.,

Goole, John, vicar of Eynsham,

Gore:
-, Edw. (fl.1718)
-, Edw. (fl.1786)
-, John,
-, Sir Thos. (d.1675)
-, Thos. (d.1728)
-, Wm. (d.1662)
-, Wm. (d.1718)
-, Wm. (fl.1718)
-, Wm. (d.1769)

Goring,

Gorsuch:
-, Chas.,
-, Geo.,
-, John,

Gosford (in Kidlington),
-, agric.,
-, bdy.,
-, bridge,
-, chap.,
-, cts.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, Louse Hall,
-, man.,
-, mill,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, poor ho.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, schs.,
-, trade and ind.,
-, tithes,
-, vestry,
-, water supply and drainage,

Graham, Sir Jas.,

Grainger:
-, Lancelot,
-, Mrs.,

Grandon, Anne, see Nowers

Grantham:
-, Thos. (d.1776) mayor of Woodstock,
-, Thos. (d. 1776, s. of above),
-, fam.,

Grantmesnil:
-, Hugh de,
-, Ives de,

grapes, see crops

gravel extraction,

Gray, see Grey

Gray's Inn, see London

graziers,

Great, Exhibition

Great Western Rly.,

Green (Greene):
-, Eliz., w. of John,
-, Eliz. (fl.1823),
-, Jane,
-, John (d.1615),
-, John (d. 1653),
-, John at,
-, Mary, m. - Burford,
-, Oliver,
-, Reynold at the,
-, Ric. (fl. 1602),
-, Ric. (fl.1696),
-, Sam.,
-, Thos. (fl. c.1720),
-, Thos. (d.1802),
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 1609),
-, Wm. (fl.1648),
-, Wm. (d. 1881),
-, -,
-, fam.,

Greenway:
-, Francis,
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl.1604),
-, John (d.1742),
-, John (d.1775),
-, Randolph,
-, Ric. (d.1610),
-, Ric. (d. 1611),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Gregory:
-, Abraham,
-, Francis (fl.1620s),
-, Dr. Francis (fl.1668),
-, Francis (d.1841),
-, Geo., mayor of Woodstock,
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Revd. Thos. (d. 1780),
-, Thos. (fl.1841),
-, fam.,

Grenville (Greynville):
-, Eustace de,
-, Joan de, see Arsic
-, Wm. de, rector of Shipton-on-Cher-well,

Greville, fam.,

Grey (Gray):
-, Avice de, see Marmion
-, Bart. de, Ld. Grey,
-, Chas., Earl Grey,
-, Eliz, de, w. of Rob. de, Ld. Grey,
-, Frank,
-, Hawise de,
-, Hen., earl of Kent,
-, Isabel de, see Duston
-, Joan de, m. Sir John Deincourt,
-, John de, bp. of Norwich,
-, Sir John de (d. 1311),
-, John de (d. 1359), Ld. Grey,
-, John de (d. 1375), Ld. Grey,
-, Marg. de, see d'Oddingseles
-, Mary, see Stanley
-, Rob. de, (fl. early cent.),
-, Sir Rob. de (d. 1295),
-, Rob. de (d. 1367),
-, Rob. de (d. 1388), Ld. Grey,
-, Wal. de, abp. of York,
-, Sir Wal. de,
-, fam.,

Greynville, see Grenville

Griffin, Rog.,

Griffiths, Mat.,

Grim's ditch,

Grobias, fam.,

grocers,

Grosmont:
-, Blanche of, m. John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster,
-, Hen. of, duke of Lancaster,
-, Maud of,

Grove:
-, Jas.,
-, Joshua,
-, Susanna,
-, fam.,

Grove (in Wantage formerly Berks.),,

Guernsey, see cattle

Guiana (South America),

guilds:
-, craft,
-, religious,

Gulliver, John, and his w. Cath.,

Gunne:
-, Edw.,
-, fam.,

Gunnildegrove,

Gunning, Peter,

Gunnis, Jos.,

gunsmith, see metal industry: smiths

Gunstone (Gunson), Bart., vicar of North Leigh,

Gunter, Ric.,

Guy, son of Robert

Guyes, Thos.,

Gye, Nic.,

'gyldegyft',

haberdashers, and see hat making

Hacche:
-, John at (fl. 1279),
-, John at (fl.1279, another),
-, John (d.1433), vicar of Cassington,
-, Wal. at,

Hagar, Geo.,

Hagbourne (Berks.),

Hailes (Glos.),
-, abbey,

Hailey, see Witney

Haines, Jos.,

Hakewill:
-, Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Hall:
-, Ben. (d.1668),
-, Ben. (fl.1713),
-, Benedicta Maria Theresa,
-, Hen. Ben.,
-, Jos.,
-, Mark,
-, Mary,
-, Ric. (fl.1674),
-, Ric. (d. 1681, another),
-, Ric. (? d.1705),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Hall's, Oxford Brewery

Halthein, Rob.,

Halywell, Jane, m. Edm. Bray, Ld. Bray, Urian Brereton,

Hamer, Marg.,

Hamilton, Stuart,

Hammond (Hamond):
-, Roland,
-, -,
-, fam.,

Hamon, Wm.,

Hamond, see Hammond

Hampden:
-, Anne, m. Wm. Paulet,
-, Edm. (d. 1457-8),
-, Sir Edm. (fl. 1486),
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Joan, see Waleys
-, John (d.1496),
-, Sir John (d.1553),
-, Philippa, w. of Sir John, m. Sir
-, Thos. Smith,
-, Thos.,

Hampden, Great (Bucks.),

Hampshire:
-, Joan,
-, Mr.,
-, fam.,

Hampshire, and see Andover; Netley; Ower; Southampton ealdormen of, see Aelfheah; Aethelmaer

Hampton, Gay

Hampton, Poyle

Hamstall, see Stanton Harcourt

Hamsterley, Rog.,

Hanborough:
-, John of (fl.1236),
-, John of (fl.1254, ? another),
-, John of (fl. 1349), rector of Bladon,

Hanborough,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, Blenheim, Little,
-, Blowens (Blowings), and see Eynsham
-, Bondon (Bandon), Great,
-, bdy.,
-, bridges,
-, chars.,
-, chs.,
-, ch. hos.,
-, Cook's Corner,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fishponds and fisheries,
-, glebe,
-, greens,
-, Hanborough, Church,
-, Hanborough, Long,
-, heath,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. hos., the Manor Ho.,
-, mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, rectors, and see Neal, Thos.
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, trade and ind.,
-, tithes,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, woodland, Abel wood, Pinsley wood,
-, workhos.,

Hanborough, brook see Caverswell

Hanborough, stone

Hancock, Thos.,

Hanks:
-, Edm.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Hanley, G. H., and Co.,

Hannah:
-, Anne,
-, John, chaplain of Combe,

Hannis, fam.,

Hanwell:
-, John,
-, Ric.,

Harcourt:
-, Ann, w. of John,
-, Ann, w. of Sir Sim., m. Sir Wm. Waller,
-, Ann, m. - Gascoigne,
-, Cecily, see Pipard
-, Chris., (formerly Venables-Vernon), Edw. Vernon, abp. of York,
-, Col. Edw. Wm.,
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Phil.,
-, Eliz., w. of Geo. Sim., Earl Harcourt,
-, Emme, w. of Hen. de, m. Ric. Pipe,
-, Frances, w. of Rob.,
-, Geo. Sim., Earl Harcourt,
-, Sir Hen. de (d. by 1275),
-, Hen. de (d. 1293),
-, Hen. (fl. 1292, another),
-, Isabel de, see Camville
-, Joan, w. of Sir Ric. (d.1293),
-, Joan, w. of Ric. (d. by 1349), see Shareshull
-, Joan, w. of Sir Wm.,
-, Sir John (d. 1330),
-, John (d. 1484),
-, Sir John (d.1565),
-, Lewis, Vct. Harcourt,
-, Marg., w. of Sir Rob.,
-, Marg., m. John Pipe,
-, Margery, see Beke
-, Maud, w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Miles,
-, Sir Phil.,
-, Sir Ric. (d.1258),
-, Sir Ric. (d.1293),
-, Ric. (d. by 1349),
-, Ric. (d.1487),
-, Ric. (d. 1513),
-, Ric. (fl. 1515),
-, Rob. de (d. 1202),
-, Sir Rob. (d.1470),
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1509),
-, Rob. (fl. 1579),
-, Rob. (d.1630),
-, Sir Sim. (d.1547),
-, Sir Sim. (d.1577),
-, Sir Sim. (d.1642),
-, Sim. (d.1720),
-, Sir Sim. (d.1727), Vct. Harcourt,
-, Sim. (d.1777), Earl Harcourt,
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1417),
-, Thos. (d.1420),
-, Thos. (d.1460),
-, Sir Wal. (d. c.1614),
-, Wm. (d. by 1234),
-, Sir Wm. (d. c.1270),
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1349),
-, Wm. (fl.1499),
-, Field Marshal Wm. (d.1830), Earl Harcourt,
-, Wm. Edw., Vct. Harcourt,
-, Revd. Wm. Vernon (d.1871),
-, Sir Wm. Vernon (d.1904),
-, fam.,

Harding, J., (Eynsham) Ltd.,

Hardwick, see Ducklington; Kidlington

Hareng:
-, Denise,
-, Fulk,
-, Isabel,
-, Joan, m. Sim. de St. Liz,
-, Maud,
-, Ralph (fl.1221),
-, Ralph, s. of above,
-, Walkelin,

Harfleur, Wm. of,

Harley, Edw., earl of Oxford,

Harman, Wm.,

Harper, fam.,

harper,

Harris:
-, Chas.,
-, Dan.,
-, Edw. (fl. c. 1920),
-, Edw., s. of above,
-, Eliz., m. (? Thos.) Bouchier,
-, Francis (fl.1687),
-, Francis (d. c.1691, ? another),
-, Hen.,
-, Jane,
-, Joan, see Snarestone
-, John,
-, Jonathan,
-, Jos.,
-, Mic.,
-, Ric. (fl. 1596), rector of Bladon,
-, Ric. (fl. 1625),
-, Ric. (fl.1720),
-, Thos. (fl.1487),
-, Thos. (fl. 1526),
-, fam.,

Harrison:
-, J. V.,
-, Wm.,

Harrop, Thos.,

Hart:
-, John (? d. 1650),
-, John (d.1664),
-, Susannah,
-, Thos. (fl. 1580),
-, Thos. (fl. mid 17th cent.),
-, fam.,

Harwood:
-, Ernest,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Haseley, Great, Rycote,

Haselrig, Sir Art.,

Hastings:
-, John, earl of Pembroke,
-, John of,
-, Mat.,
-, fam.,

hat, making:
-, cappers,
-, haberdashers of hats,
-, hatband maker,
-, milliners,

Hathaway, Wm.,

Hatley:
-, Mary, w. of Sim.,
-, Rob.,
-, Sim.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Hatton, Sir Chris.,

Haudlo, Sir John,

Hauvill (Haville):
-, Geof. de,
-, Ralph de, rector of Bladon,
-, Steph.,
-, Wal. de,

Haversham:
-, John of,
-, Maud, m. Jas. de la Planche, John of Olney,
-, Nic. of (d.1251),
-, Nic. of (d. 1274),

Haville, see Hauvill

Hawkes, Phil.,

Hawkins:
-, Anne,
-, R. B. B., mayor and town clerk of Woodstock,
-, Ric., rector of Begbroke, vicar of Yarnton,
-, Sim.,
-, fam.,

Hawksmoor, Nic.,

Hay (Haye):
-, Alexandra de la, see Arsic
-, Alexandra de la, m. Wm. de Gardinis,
-, Sir Jas.,
-, Col. Partick,
-, Thos. de la,
-, fam.,

haybote,

Hayes, Thos.,

Haynes:
-, Annie,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Joyce,
-, Thos. (fl. mid 16th cent.), see Castell
-, Thos. (fl.1773),
-, Wm. (d.1889),
-, Wm. (d. by 1917),
-, fam., and see Heynes

Hayward:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Headington, stone

headsilver,

Healey, Everard,

Hearne, Thos.

Heath:
-, Sam. (d.1726),
-, Sam. (d.1767),

Heathen (Hethen):
-, John,
-, Thos. (fl.1524),
-, Thos. (fl.1606),
-, Thos. (d.1642, another),
-, Thos. (d. 1695),
-, fam.,

Heathfield, Linnot of,

Heaton, Butler, and Hayne,

Hebrew, Studies Postgraduate Centre for,

Hedges:
-, And.,
-, Jas.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Helewise, dau. of Walkelin Wadard,

hemp:
-, growing, see crops
-, processing, see textile industry

Henley,

Henmarshe, Edw.,

Henrietta Maria, queen of Chas. I,

Henry I,

Henry II,

Henry III,

Henry V,

Henry VI,

Henry VII,

Henry VIII, and see King Henry VIII's College

Henry, prince of Wales,

Henry, duke of Lancaster, see Grosmont

Henry, chaplain of Cogges,

Henry, Mitchell,

Hensington (in Bladon),
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, Banbury Road,
-, Bica's burh,
-, bdy.,
-, Chancellor's lodgings,
-, chap.,
-, char.,
-, cts.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, Hensgrove, see Woodstock Park
-, Hensington Ho., and
-, see Woodstock, Hensington Ho.
-, Hordley Hill,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, king's yardland,
-, man.,
-, man. hos.,
-, mill,
-, pest. ho.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, Sansom's Platt,
-, schs.,
-, Starting Grove,
-, streets,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, water supply,
-, woodland,
-, workho., see Woodstock poor law union

Hensington, Within

Hensington, Without

Henton, Wm. of,

Herbert:
-, Anna Sophia, m. Rob. Dormer,
-, Barbara, ctss. of Pembroke,
-, Hen., Ld. Herbert,
-, John,
-, Phil., earl of Pembroke, as earl of Montgomery, as Sir Phil.,
-, Wm.,

Hereford:
-, ctss. of, see FitzJohn, Cecily
-, earls of, see FitzOsbern; Gloucester, Rog. of

Hereford, and see cattle

Herefordshire, and see Hereford; Marden; Ross-on-Wye; Wigmore

heriot,

Herle:
-, Cath., w. of John,
-, Eliz., see Wyard
-, Geo. de,
-, Sir John de (d. by 1396),
-, John de (d.1511),
-, John (d. by c.1584),
-, John, s. of above,
-, Marg., m. Thos. Vaughan,
-, Thos. de, (or Vaughan), Wm. de,

hermits,

Heron:
-, Giles,
-, Marg.,

Hersent, John, rector of Bladon,

Hertford,

Hertford, College Oxford,

Hertfordshire, see Hertford; Rushden; St. Albans; Watford

Hethen, see Heathen

Hewet:
-, Emma,
-, Hen.,

Heynes:
-, Chas.,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam., and see Haynes

Heythrop, College

Heywood (Berks.),

Hickman:
-, John,
-, S. E.,

Hicks:
-, Jesse,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

hidage,

Hiernes, see Hiorne

Higden, John, rector of Hanborough,

Higgins, Thos.,

Hugh, Churchmanship ; and see Oxford Movement; Puseyites

High, Commission ct. of,

Hill, Houses see Leigh, South

Hindes:
-, Zachary (d.1737),
-, Zachary (d. 1777),
-, fam.,

Hines, Wm.,

Hinksey, North (formerly Berks.),

Hinton:
-, J. H.,
-, Jas. (d.1823),
-, Jas., s. of above,
-, Ric., mayor of Woodstock,

Hiorne (Hiernes, Hiorns):
-, Edm. (d.1629),
-, Edm. (d.1669), town clerk of Woodstock,
-, Edm. (fl.1675),
-, Edwin,
-, Thos. (fl.1650),
-, Thos. (fl. later 18th cent.), and his w.
-, Kesiah,

Hitchcock:
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,

Hix, see Hicks

Ho, Wal. de,

Hoare:
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

hoarstone,

Hobson, Chris.,

Hoby, Sir Edw.,

Hodges:
-, Ric. (d.1885),
-, Ric. (fl.1885),

Hodgkinson:
-, Eliz., m. - Short,
-, Hen.,
-, Jane,
-, Tilleman,
-, fam.,

Hody, John, rector of Wilcote,

Hoffer, Edw.,

Hogan:
-, Eliz., w. of -, see Blundell
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Waller,
-, Gresham,
-, Thos.,

Holand:
-, Maud, w. of Rob., see Zouche
-, Maud, m. Sir John Lovel, Ld. Lovel,
-, Rob. (d.1328), Ld. Holand,
-, Rob. (d.1373), Ld. Holand,

Holford:
-, Dame Eliz.,
-, Sim.,

Holland, see Gelderland

Hollemans, Jasper,

Hollis:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl.1854),
-, Wm. (fl. 1871, another),
-, fam.,

Holloway:
-, Benj. (d. 1759), rector of Bladon,
-, Benj. (d. 1777), rector of Bladon,
-, Benj. (d.1796),
-, Benj. (fl.1812),
-, Benj. (d. 1856, another),
-, Edw. Vere,
-, Eliz., m. John Stanton,
-, Eliz., w. of Benj., see Ryves
-, fam.,

Holman:
-, Geo.,
-, Phil.,
-, fam.,

Holmes, Thos.,

Holt, Hester,

Holton,

Holyhead (Anglesey),

Holyman, John, rector of Hanborough, bp. of Bristol,

Homan:
-, Geo.,
-, Wm.,

Home, Office

Homes, And.,

Honour, fam.,

Hook, Norton barony of,

Hook, Norton Brewery Co.

Hookes, Ellis,

Hooper, John,

Hopesay (Salop.),

Hopkins:
-, Hen. (d.1643),
-, Hen. (undated, another),
-, Hugh,
-, Mary,
-, Peter,
-, Ric. (d.1681),
-, Ric. (d.1687),
-, Wm. (fl.1630),
-, Wm. (d.1681),
-, fam.,

hops, see crops

Hopson:
-, Sir Chas.,
-, John,

Hopton, Ralph, Ld. Hopton,

Hordley, see Wootton

Hornby, Jos.,

Horne:
-, Sampson,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Horner, John, chaplain of Combe, and his w. Mary,

horse, breeding and see Woodstock Park: stud

horse, racing see racing

horticulture, and see fruit growing

Hoskins:
-, Chas., curate of Cogges,
-, Wm.,

Hospitallers,

Houghton, John,

Houghton, Little (Northants.),

housebote,

Hovenden:
-, Chris.,
-, Rob.,

Hoveringham, Gravel Co.

Howard:
-, Anne, see Anne
-, Thos. (d.1524), duke of Norfolk, as Ld. Howard,
-, Thos. (d.1554), duke of Norfolk,
-, Thos. (fl.1674),

Howe, Jas.,

Howell (Howells):
-, C. H.,
-, John,
-, Thos. (d.1764),
-, Thos. (fl.1765),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Howse, Steph.,

Hubbard, see Hubert, Francis

Hubert (fl. 1254),

Hubert (Hubbard), Francis,

Huckins, fam.,

Hudgell, Wm., vicar of Cogges,

Hudson:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Hugh, saint, see Avalon

Hugh, the clerk

Hugh, the miller

Hugh, the tailor

Hughes:
-, Hugh Price,
-, fam.,

Hulk, Wal.,

Hulle:
-, Hen. atte,
-, Hen. de la,
-, Hugh, rector of Hanborough,

Humphrey (of Lancaster), duke of Gloucester,

Humphreys, fam.,

Hungith (fl. 9th cent.),

Hunt:
-, Jas.,
-, Tim.,
-, -,

Hunter, Ric., vicar of Stanton Harcourt,

hunting,

Huntingdon, Wm. of, rector of Combe,

Huntingdonshire, see St. Ives

Huntington:
-, Eliz., w. of Rob., m. Wm. Gibbons,
-, Rob.,

Hurley (Berks.),

Hurst:
-, Chris.,
-, John (d.1672),
-, John (d. 1682),
-, John (d. c. 1731),

Hutchinson, Leonard, rector of Bladon, vicar of Yarnton,

Hutt:
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Hyde, Edw., earl of Clarendon,

Icomb (Glos.),

Iffley,

Ilbert (fl.1086),

Ince, Wm.,

India, see Calcutta

Independents (Protestant Nonconformists),,

industries, trades, and professions, see
-, agricultural engineering; aircraft
-, manufacture; antiques trade; apothecaries; architects; artists; auctioneers; authors; bacon; baking;
-, banks and banking; basket making; bedding manufacture; bellfounders; boat building; boatmen;
-, bookselling; brewers and brewing; brick making; building trades; butchers; cabinet making; carriers;
-, cement manufacture; chandlers; chapmen; charcoal burning;
-, cheese; chemists; china; cider making; cigarette manufacture; clockmaking; coach building; coal; coopering; corn dealing; drapers;
-, dressmaking; earth closet manufacture; fishmongers; flockmaking;
-, fruit growing; furniture; furrier;gardeners; glue manufacture;
-, gravel extraction; graziers; grocers;
-, haberdashers; harper; hat making;
-, horticulture; innkeepers; jeweller;
-, land agent; lawyers; leather industry; lime manufacture; malting;
-, market gardening; medical equipment manufacture; mercers; merchants; metal industry; mills: millers and millwrights; mineral water
-, manufacture; newsagents; newspaper proprietor; ochre manufacture; paper making; physicians;
-, ploughwrights; potato merchant;
-, pottery making; printing; quarrying; railways: rly. workers; rope
-, making; sack making; salt trade;
-, sawyers; seedsmen; slate industry;
-, stationers; sugar beet: processing; tailors; tea dealers; textile industry;
-, thatching; tile making; timber
-, merchants; tobacconist; turners;
-, umbrella maker; upholsterers;
-, vintners; watchmaking;
-, wharfinger; wheelwrights; wimpler; Woodstock: trade and ind.(steel ind.); wool

infangthief,

Ingatestone (Essex),

Ingleby, Peter,

Inglesham (Wilts.),

innkeepers, publicans, victuallers,

inoculation,

Intelligence, Service

intercommoning,

Ireland, and see Armagh; Cashel; Dublin; Kilgobbin castle; Lismore

Irish:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

ironmongers, see metal industry

Irons:
-, Ethelbert,
-, -,

Irvingites, see Catholic Apostolic church

Isabella (of France), queen of Edw. II,

Isabella, dau. of Edw. III,

Isis, Mills

Isleworth (Mdx.),

Islip,

Italy, see Rome; Sardinia; Sicily; Vatican; Venice

Itchen, riv.,

Ivri, see d'Ivri

J.H.B. (Equipment), Plant Hire

Jackson:
-, Hen. (fl.1591),
-, Hen. (d.1727),
-, Sam.,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Thos. G.,
-, Wm.,

Jackson's Oxford Journal,

Jacob, son of Moses of Oxford

Jacob's, sheep see sheep

Jakes (Jakkes):
-, Rob.,
-, Rog.,
-, Wm.,

James I,

James II, as duke of York,

James (Jeames):
-, Dorothy, see Waller
-, Francis, rector of Bladon,
-, Hogan,
-, John,
-, Sim.,
-, Wm.,

Janssen, Sir Theodore,

Jardine, Wm.,

Jarvis, Emmanuel,

Jeames, see James

Jefferies, Hen.,

Jeffery (Geffray):
-, Hen., Vct. Ashbrook,
-, Wal.,

Jeffs (or Fesse), Sim.,

Jemmett, fam.,

Jenkins:
-, Chas.,
-, Esther, see Morgan
-, Merrick,
-, fam.,

Jenkinson:
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Rob. Banks, earl of Liverpool,

Jennings:
-, Frances,
-, Sarah, see Churchill

Jersey, see cattle

Jervis, Sir John,

Jesuits,

Jesus, College Oxford,

Jewell, John, bp. of Salisbury,

jewellers,

Jews,

Joan (of Navarre), queen of Hen. IV,

Joan (of Kent), m. Wm. Montagu, earl of Salisbury,

Joan, the parker

John, king,

John, rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

John, son of Thomas

John, of the Exchequer

John, of the hall see Leigh, John of

John, of the park

John, the miller

John, the porter

Johnson:
-, Alex.,
-, Anne, m. Thos. Wentworth, earl of Strafford,
-, Benj.,
-, Edm.,
-, Edw. (d.1640),
-, Edw. (d.1673),
-, Geof.,
-, Geo.,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, John (d.1611),
-, John (d.1661),
-, Martha, see Lovelace
-, Martin,
-, Phil. (d.1666),
-, Phil., s. of above,
-, Phil. (fl.1729),
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (fl.1546),
-, Thos. (fl.1854),
-, Wm. (d.1675),
-, Wm. (fl.1766),
-, fam.,

Johnston, Edw.,

joiners,, see building trades: carpenters

Jolyf, Ric., vicar of North Leigh,

Jones:
-, Barzillai, dean of Lismore,
-, Edw.,
-, Frances, m. Ric. Lumley, Ld. Lumley,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Owen,
-, Rice,
-, Sam.,
-, Steph.,
-, Thos., rector of Wootton,
-, Thos., ? s. of above,

Jordaens, Jakob,

Jordan:
-, Alice,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (d.1666),
-, Thos. (d. 1716),
-, Ursula, w. of Thos.,
-, -,
-, fam.,

Joseph, the fisher

Joslin (Contractors), Ltd.

Joy, Peter,

Joynes, Hen.,

Judd, Wm.,

Judge:
-, Laur.,
-, Mary, w. of Laur.,

judges, see lawyers

Kearse:
-, Edw.,
-, John,

Keate:
-, John (d. 1570),
-, John (d. 1618),
-, John (fl. 1648),
-, Leonard,
-, Mary, m. Ant. Libbe,

Keene (Keen):
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Ric. (fl.1662),
-, Ric. (fl.1735), and his w. Mary,
-, fam.,

Kempster:
-, Chris.,
-, Geo.,

Kenilworth (Warws.), priory,

Kenilworth, Dictum of,

Kenner, Ric.,

Kennett, White,

Kennington (Surr.),

Kent:
-, Joan of, see Joan
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Kent, earl of, see Grey, Hen.

Kent, and see Aylesford; Canterbury; Dover; Tunbridge Wells

Kenyon, Wm.,

Kerwood:
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Key, Jervis,

Keyleway, Thos.,

Keynes:
-, Emma de, see Butler
-, Luke de,

Keywood, fam.,

Kidder, Jas.,

Kidderminster (Worcs.),

Kiddington,

Kidlington:
-, Adam of,
-, Thos. of (fl. c.1270),
-, Thos. of (fl. 1373),

Kidlington,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, airport, see Oxford airport
-, almshos.,
-, as address,
-, assembly halls,
-, bdy.,
-, Campsfield, q.v.
-, chars.,
-, chs.,
-, cinema,
-, Cote (Cotes), Over,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, Cutteslowe, q.v.
-, dom. archit.,
-, Eaton, Water, q.v.
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, Fries, see Eaton, Water
-, glebe,
-, Gosford, q.v.
-, greens,
-, Hardwick,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. hos.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, pk.,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory est.,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, streets,
-, Thrupp, q.v.
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, Twisdelowe, see Cutteslowe
-, vestry,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, wharf,
-, woodland,
-, workhos.,

Kilgobbin, castle (Irel.) siege of,

King:
-, D.,
-, Dorothy, see Martin
-, Edm.,
-, Jas.,
-, Rob., bp. of Oxford,
-, Thos. (d.1681),
-, Thos. (d.1801), rector of Bladon,
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

King Henry VIII's, College Oxford,

Kingerlee's, builders,

Kingham,

Kingman, Wm., and his w. Gillian,

King's, Weir (extraparochial)

Kingsbridge, brook

Kingston:
-, Alice of, m. Ric. the spicer,
-, John of,
-, Nic. of,

Kingston-upon-Hull, earl of, see Pierrepont

Kirby, Ant.,

Kirkby:
-, John of,
-, Rob., rector of Bladon,

Kirtlington,

Knapp:
-, Adam,
-, Francis,
-, Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl.1658),
-, John (d.1722),
-, John (fl.1745),
-, Mary, w. of John,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Knibbs:
-, Harry,
-, Wm.,

Knight, see Martin, Chris. and Ric.

Knollys, Sir Francis,

Knowles, Thos.,

Kolkhorst, Geo.,

Kydall, Thos.,

Kynne:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Kyre, Wyard (Worcs.)

Kyte:
-, Eliz., m. Edw. Say,
-, Jerome,

lacemaking, see textile industry

Lacock (Wilts.),,

Lacy:
-, Alice de, m. Thos., earl of Lancaster,
-, Edm. de, earl of Lincoln,
-, Emma de,
-, Gilb. de,
-, Hen. de, earl of Lincoln,
-, Hugh de (d.1121),
-, Hugh de (d.1186),
-, Ilbert de,
-, Jas.,
-, John de, earl of Lincoln,
-, Margery de,
-, Martin,
-, Maud de,
-, Rog. de,
-, Wal. de (fl.1075),
-, Wal. de (d.1241),
-, Willoughby,

Ladson:
-, Francis,
-, John,

Laguerre, Louis,

Lake (in Wilsford, Wilts.),

Lamb:
-, Geo.,
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Lambeth, see London

Lancashire, and see Blackburn; Liverpool

Lancaster, Humph. of, duke of Gloucester, see Humphrey

Lancaster:
-, dukes of, and see Gaunt;
-, Grosmont, Hen.
-, earls of, and see Thomas

land, agent

land, drainage

landgable, see quitrents

Lane:
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Langford:
-, Esther,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Langhals, Wm.,

Langley:
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Langston, Jas.,

Lanne, de, see Alney

Lapworth (Warws.),

Lardner, Thos.,

Laud, Wm., abp. of Canterbury,

Launse, John,

Laurence (Lawrence):
-, Gilb.,
-, Hen., vicar of Kidlington,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Lavers, & Westlake

Lawrence, see Laurence

Lawton, John,

lawyers, attorneys, solicitors, judges,

Lay:
-, A. R.,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Leafield,

leather, industry
-, breeches makers,
-, cobblers,
-, collar makers,
-, cordwainers,
-, curriers,
-, dressing, grounding, pressing,
-, fellmongers,
-, glove manufacture, and see Woodstock: trade and ind.; Woodstock, Old: glove factories
-, parchmenter,
-, saddlers,
-, shoemaking,
-, skinners, and see London:
-, Skinners' Co.
-, tanning,

Lee:
-, Bartley, chaplain of Combe,
-, Lady Charlotte, ctss. of Lichfield, see
-, Fitzroy
-, Lady Charlotte, m. Ben. Leonard
-, Calvert,
-, Cromwell,
-, Edw. Hen., earl of Lichfield,
-, Eliz., see Pope
-, Sir Francis Hen.,
-, Geo., earl of Lichfield,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, John,
-, W. B.,
-, fam.,

Legg, fam.,

Leggatt, Wm.,

Leicester, earls of, see Beaumont;
-, FitzParnel, Rob.

Leicester, and see sheep

Leicestershire, see Bosworth; Loughborough

Leigh:
-, Jas., see Leigh-Perrott (or the hall), John of,
-, Nic. of,
-, Peter of,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. of,

Leigh, North, Wm. of,

Leigh, North,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, bridges,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, East End,
-, fair,
-, farms, Bridewell,
-, Holly (Foly) Court,
-, Perrottshill,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, glebe,
-, heath,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mills,
-, New Well End,
-, New Yatt,
-, nonconf.,
-, Osney Hill, q.v.
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory est.,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, tithes,
-, trade and ind.,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village hall,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, Wilcote Ho. and est., ; and see
-, Wilcote
-, woodland,
-, workho., and see North Leigh Land Co.

Leigh, South (Stanton Leigh),
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, chaplains,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, Church Fm., see Leigh, South: man. ho.
-, ch. hos.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, glebe,
-, Glebe Ho., see vicarage ho.
-, green,
-, heath,
-, Hill Houses,
-, Holyrood Ho.,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, 'Piriho', see Stanton Harcourt
-, place name,
-, poor ho.,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, rly.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, St. James's College,
-, schs.,
-, South Leigh Manor,
-, trade and ind.,
-, tithes,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, village hall,
-, water supply,
-, woodland, and see Stanton Harcourt: woodland (Tar wood)
-, workho.,

Leigh-Perrott (formerly Leigh), Jas.,

Lennox, duke of, see Stuart

Lenthall:
-, Frances, w. of Wm.,
-, John (fl.1610-11),
-, Wm. (fl. 1588),
-, Wm. (d.1596), s. of above,
-, Wm. (d.1662), Speaker, recorder of Woodstock,
-, fam.,

lentils, see crops

Lenveysey:
-, Eleanor, see Plessis
-, Eliz., w. of John, m. Phil. de la
-, Vache,
-, John (fl.1354),
-, John, s. of above,

Leofwig (fl. 1066),

Leopold I, emperor of Austria,

ley, farming

Leyham, brook

Libbe:
-, Ant.,
-, Mary, see Keate

Liberals,

libraries, and see Woodstock

Lichfied:
-, ctss. of, see Fitzroy
-, earls of, see Lee, Edw. Hen. and Geo.

Lieu-Dieu (Somme France),, abbey,

Limb brook,

lime:
-, manufacture,
-, pits,

Lincoln, earls of, and see Lacy, Edm., Hen., and John

Lincoln,
-, diocese,
-, bps., and see Alexander;
-, Avalon; Beaufort; Bloet; Remigius; Rotherham

Lincoln, College Oxford,

Lincolnshire, see Canwick; Epworth; Eresby; Stow

Lindsey, fam.,

Lindsey, earl of, see Bertie, Montagu (d. 1666)

linen, see textile industry

Linnaean Soc.,

Lismore (Irel.), dean of, see Jones, Barzillai

Littleton, Sir Thos., Speaker, recorder of Woodstock,

Liverpool, earl of, see Jenkinson, Rob. Banks

Liverpool,

Llandaff, earl of, see Matthew, Francis

Llanelen (Mon.),

Lloyd (Loyt):
-, Griffith,
-, John,
-, Rob., vicar of Eynsham,

Lloyd-Jones, Iorwerth, vicar of Kidlington,

Lock, Messrs.,

locksmith, see metal industry: smiths

Loder, Thos.,

Lollardy,

London:
-, John of (fl. 1272), rector of Bladon,
-, John (fl. 1372), and his w. Joan,
-, fam.,

London,
-, aldermen,
-, as address,
-, bp. of, see Sainte-Mère-Eglise, Wm.
-, de
-, Bridewell hosp.,
-, British Museum,
-, Brompton,
-, carriers to,
-, chs.,
-, City of,
-, citizen of,
-, coaches to,
-, Covent Garden,
-, Drury Lane theatre,
-, emigration from
-, evacuees from,
-, Great Fire,
-, Great Queen Street,
-, Grocers' Co.,
-, Lambeth,
-, Marlborough Ho.,
-, Paddington,
-, plague in,
-, rly. to,
-, river transport from,
-, roads to,
-, St. Clement Danes,
-, St. Paul's cathedral,
-, Sion College,
-, Skinners' Co.,
-, Southwark,
-, Sunderland Ho.,
-, Theatre Royal,
-, trade and ind.,
-, Victoria and Albert Museum,
-, Westminster,
-, Abbey,
-, abp. of,
-, dean and chapter,
-, Whitechapel bell foundry,
-, Woodstock freemen in,
-, and see parliament

London, and Birmingham Rly.

London, and North Western Rly.

Long:
-, Eliz., m. Phil. Paine,
-, Jas.,
-, Phil.,
-, Thos., vicar of Eynsham,

Longespee, Ela, m. Phil. Basset,

Longs, Hen.,

Lopes, John,

Lord:
-, Jas. (d.1809),
-, Jas. (fl.1835),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Lords, Ho. of, see parliament

Louch, Mary,

Loudon, J. C.,

Loughborough (Leics.), Taylor foundry,

Loughton, Thos.,

Louis XIV, king of France,

Lovegrove, Sam.,

Lovel:
-, Alice, see Deincourt
-, Francis, Ld. Lovel,
-, Sir John (d.1408), Ld. Lovel,
-, John (d.1465), Ld. Lovel,
-, Maud, see Holand
-, Ralph, rector of Stanton Harcourt,
-, Wm. (d.1455), Ld. Lovel,
-, fam.,

Lovelace:
-, Anne, see Wentworth
-, John (d.1670), Ld. Lovelace,
-, John (d.1693), Ld. Lovelace,
-, Martha, m. Sir Hen. Johnson,
-, Sir Ric., Ld. Lovelace,
-, fam.,

Low, Churchmanship

Lower, Windrush benefice,

Lowth, Rob., bp. of Oxford,

Loyt, see Lloyd

Lucas, John,
-, lucerne, see crops

Luckett, -,

Lucy, Nic.,

Ludlow (Salop.),

Ludwell (Wilts.),

Lumley:
-, Frances, see Jones
-, Ric., Ld. Lumley,

Lyn, John,

Lyneham,

Lyon, John,

Lyons:
-, John of (d.1311-12),
-, John of (fl. 1346),
-, Maud of,
-, Ric. of,
-, Rog. of (fl.1204),
-, Rog. of (fl.1221, ? another),
-, Rog. of (fl.1235-6, ? another),
-, fam.,

Mabbott:
-, Gilb.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

McCann, H. A., rector of Begbroke and Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Macclesfield:
-, ctss. of, see Parker, Eliza
-, earls of, see Parker

Madley brook,

Magdalen, College Oxford,

Maidenhead (Berks.),

Maino (O.E. personal name),

Mair, Fred.,

Maiseyhampton (Glos.),

Majendie:
-, Art., rector of Bladon,
-, Dulcibella, w. of Art.,
-, Miss D.,

Major:
-, Ric., mayor of Woodstock,
-, Thos.,

Malcher, John,

Malcolm, Jas.,

Malings, Wm.,
-, malting,
-, malthos.,

Malvern, College (Worcs.)

mangolds, see crops

Mann, Francis Martin May,

Manning:
-, John,
-, Ric.,

Manpower, Services Commission

Mansell, Ric.,

Mansfield, Isaac,

March, earls of, and see Mortimer

Marden:
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Marden (Herefs.),

Margaret (of Anjou), queen of Hen. VI,

Margaret (of France), queen of Edw.

Margetts:
-, John,
-, Rose, m. - Betterton,
-, Wm. (d.1807),
-, Wm. (d.1869),
-, Wm. (fl.1870),
-, Wm. (fl.1899, ? another),
-, Wm. (fl. earlier 20th cent., another),
-, fam.,

market, gardening
-, markets, see Eynsham; Oxford; Witney;
-, Woodstock

Markham, Francis, vicar of Cassington,

Marlborough:
-, dchss. of, see Churchill, Henrietta and Sarah; Spencer, Caroline; Spencer-Churchill, Charlotte and Frances
-, dukes of,
-, as landlords, and see
-, Blenheim (Marlborough) estate
-, arms,
-, as patrons,
-, chaplains of,
-, political influence ('Blenheim interest'),
-, stewards and other officers of,
-, and see Churchill, John; Spencer, Chas. (d. 1758) and Geo. (d.1817); Spencer-Churchill

Marlborough House, see London

Marlow, Mic., rector of Hanborough,

Marmion:
-, Avice de, m. John de Grey, Ld.
-, Grey,
-, Millicent, w. of Rob., m. Ric. de
-, Camville,
-, Rob.,

Marnock, Rob.,

Marsh:
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,

Marshall:
-, Nic.,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos., rector of Bladon,
-, Wm. the,
-, fam.,

Martin (Marten):
-, (or Knight), Chris.,
-, Dorothy, m. Thos. King,
-, Edw.,
-, Eleanor,
-, Eliz., m. Rob. Wisdom,
-, Frances, see Weld
-, Francis,
-, Geo.,
-, Sir Hen. (d. 1641),
-, Col. Hen. (d.1680),
-, John (fl.1610),
-, John (d.1680), rector of Begbroke,
-, John (fl. early 18th cent.),
-, John (fl.1767),
-, Maria,
-, Mic.,
-, (or Knight), Ric. (d.1702),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (d.1660),
-, Thos., s. of above,
-, Thos. (d.1699, another),
-, Thos. (d. 1753),
-, Thos. (d. 1779),
-, Wm. (fl.1549),
-, Wm. (d. 1643),
-, fam.,

Marwood:
-, Constance, see Spencer, Constance
-, Geo.,
-, Jane, m. Cholmley Turner,

Mary I,

Mary, queen of Scots,

Mason:
-, Annette, w. of Mic.,
-, Jas. (d.1903),
-, Jas. Francis (d.1929),
-, Mic.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

masons, see building trades

Mather:
-, Marg., see Stanley
-, Wm.,

Matthew:
-, Francis, earl of Llandaff,
-, Hen.,

Matthews:
-, And. Hughes, vicar of Stanton Har-
-, court,
-, Mary,

Maud, empress,

Maud, daughter of Mayne

Mauduit:
-, Ralph,
-, Wm.,

Maund, Chris.,

Maurice, Peter, vicar of Yarnton,

Mavor, Wm., rector of Bladon, mayor of Woodstock,

Mawle:
-, Eliz.,
-, Jos.,
-, fam.,

May:
-, Herbert,
-, John (fl. c.1633),
-, John (d.1673, ? another),
-, John (fl.1785),
-, Martin,

Mayhew, John,

Maykyn, John,

Maylard:
-, Martin,
-, Wm. (fl.1767),
-, Wm. (fl. 1798),

Maynard, Ric.,

Mayne, Gillian dau. of, see Gillian

Mayne, Maud dau. of, see Maud

Mayne, Ric. s. of, see Richard

Mayne, Wal. s. of, see Walter

Mayne:
-, Adam, Jasper, vicar of Cassington,

Mayott, Nic.,

maypoles, see customs meadows:
-, common or lot,
-, water meadows (artificial),

Meads (Meades):
-, Hen.,
-, John (d. 1587),
-, John (fl. 1637-8),
-, fam.,

Meales:
-, Thos. (d.1706),
-, Thos. (d.1732),

Mears, fam.,

Mears, & Stainbank
-, medical equipment manufacture,

Medley, brook

Meek, Thos.,

Meetkerke:
-, Adolphus (d.1732),
-, Adolphus (d.1784),
-, Adolphus (fl.1804),
-, fam.,

Meldon:
-, Mic. (fl.1324),
-, Mic., s. of above,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

mercers,

merchants,

Mercia:
-, earl of, see Algar
-, kings of, and see Burgred; Ceolwulf; Coenwulf; Offa

Mercians,

Merrick, Benj.,

Merry:
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Merryman, Ralph, rector of Hanborough,

Merton, College Oxford,

metal industry,
-, braziers,
-, cutlers,
-, ironmongers,
-, plumbers,
-, smithies and forges,
-, smiths,
-, blacksmiths,
-, goldsmiths,
-, gunsmith,
-, locksmith,
-, whitesmiths,
-, steel manufacture, see Woodstock:
-, trade and ind.
-, tin working,

Metcalfe:
-, Grace, m. John Shewsmith,
-, Hen. (d.1738),
-, Hen. (d.1807), mayor of Woodstock,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (d.1608),
-, Wm. (fl.1639),
-, Wm. (fl.1678),
-, fam.,

Methodists,
-, Free Connexion,
-, Primitive Methodists,
-, United Methodist Free Ch.,
-, Wesleyan Reform Union,

Meux, Hen.,

Middlesex, and see Enfield; Isleworth; Staines

Middleton, Minnah Frances Rowland,

Middleton, Stoney

Midlands, the,

Miles:
-, Abraham,
-, Edw.,
-, fam.,

Milford, John,

Mill, John at,
-, miller:
-, Ellis the, see Ellis
-, Hugh the, see Hugh
-, John the, see John

Miller:
-, Phil.,
-, fam.,milliners, see hat making

Million, fam.,

Mills, Francis,
-, mills:
-, bark mill,
-, bone mill,
-, fulling mills,
-, horse mill,
-, millers,
-, millwrights,
-, paper mills,
-, sawmills,
-, steam mills,
-, windmills,

Millward, see Milward

Milton (or Gibbon), Wm., vicar of
-, Yarnton,

Milton, Great,
-, Combe,

Milward (Millward):
-, John,
-, Rob.,

Mimms:
-, Hugh of,
-, John of, and his w. Joan,
-, Nic. of,
-, Wm. of,

Mindelheim (Germany),
-, mineral water manufacture,

Ministry, of Supply

Minn, (Mynn),
-, Edw.,
-, Hen.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Minster, Lovell

Missenden, Great (Bucks.),

Mitchell:
-, John, vicar of North Leigh,
-, fam.,

Mody:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Molyns, Wm.,

Money:
-, Cath.,
-, Eliz.,
-, H. K.,
-, Knap,
-, fam.,

Monmouthshire, see Llanelen

Montagu:
-, Alice, m. Ric. Neville,
-, Alice, w. of Thos., earl of Salisbury, see Chaucer
-, Eliz.,
-, Joan, see Joan (of Kent)
-, John, earl of Salisbury,
-, Sim., Ld. Montagu,
-, Thos., earl of Salisbury,
-, Wm. (fl. c. 1269),
-, Wm. (d. 1319), Ld. Montagu,
-, Wm. (d.1344), earl of Salisbury,
-, Wm. (d.1397), earl of Salisbury,
-, fam.,

Montfort, Sim. de,

Montgomery, earl of, see Herbert, Phil.

Moore (Moor, More):
-, Abraham,
-, H. W.,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Thos. at,

Moravians,

Morby, Rob. de,

Mordaunt, Chas. Hen., earl of Peterborough,

Morden (Surr.),

More, see Moore

Moreing, Chas.,

Morgan:
-, (or Jenkins), Esther,
-, John,
-, Phil., rector of Bladon,
-, Phil. (another),
-, fam.,

Morland, J.,

Morland's, Brewery

Morley, fam.,

Morrell:
-, Ann, w. of Jas.,
-, Baker (d.1854),
-, Baker (fl. 1885),
-, F. J.,
-, F. P.,
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Morrell's, Oxford Brewery

Morris:
-, Jas., and his w. Anne,
-, John,
-, Rog.,
-, Spencer,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Morris, dancing see customs

Morris, Motors

Morse, John,
-, mortar pits,

Mortimer:
-, Chas.,
-, Joan, w. of Rog., earl of March,
-, Rog. (d.1326),
-, Rog. (d.1330), earl of March,

Morton:
-, Anne, see Smith
-, Sir Jas.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Morwent, Rob.,

Moses, of Oxford Jacob s. of, see Jacob

Moss, Rob., Ltd.,

Moultrie, Gerard, vicar of South Leigh,

Mountain, Wm.,

Mumford, Owen, Ltd.,
-, mumming, see customs

Mundy:
-, Edm.,
-, Rog.,
-, Thos., rector of Begbroke,
-, murage,

murdrum,

Murray:
-, Wm. (fl.1631),
-, Wm., Vct. Stormont,

Musbury (Devon),

Musgrave, fam.,
-, musters,

Mylner, Edw.,

Mynn, see Minn

Nalder, John,

Napier, see Napper

Napoleon I, see Bonaparte

napper, Geof. the, see Geoffrey

Napper (Napier):
-, Edm.,
-, Lewis,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, Mr. (? same as above),
-, fam.,
-, nappers, see textile industry

Nash:
-, (de Fraxino), Bart.
-, Frances, m. Thos. Symonds,
-, Jerome,
-, Mic.,
-, Ric.,
-, Ric. Skillicorne,
-, Thos., vicar of Eynsham,
-, Treadway, vicar of Eynsham,
-, fam.,

National, Agricultural Labourers' Union,

National, Fire Service

National, Westminster (earlier Provincial) Bank,

Navarre, Joan of, see Joan
-, navigator, Rob. the, see Robert

Neal, Thos., rector of Hanborough,

Neath, Lewis, vicar of Kidlington,

Nelson, Vice-Admiral Horatio, Vct.
-, Nelson,

Netley (Hants), abbey,
-, abbot,

Neville:
-, Alice, see Montagu
-, Geo., bp. of Exeter, later abp. of
-, York,
-, Ralph,
-, Ric.,

New College, Oxford,

New, Forest Wal. of the,

new, forest see Wychwood forest

New, Inn Hall Oxford,

New, Zealand

Newbridge (near Northmoor),

Newburgh, Marg. de, suo jure ctss. of
-, Warwick, m. John de Plessis,

Newbury, Ric., rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Newbury (Berks.), battle of,

Newcastle-on-Tyne (Northumb.),

Newell:
-, Chris.,
-, fam.,

Newfoundland (Canada), bp. of, see Feild, Edw.

Newington,

Newington, South,

Newland, see Cogges; Eynsham

Newman:
-, J. H.,
-, Wm.,

newsagents,

newspaper, proprietor

Newton, Nic., rector of Bladon,

Nicholls, John,

Nicholson, Sir Wm.,

Nixon:
-, Jas. (d. 1739),
-, Jas. (d.1762),
-, Jas. (d. 1792),
-, Jas. (fl.1793),
-, Jas. (d.1800, another),
-, John (fl. 1800),
-, John (? another),
-, Martha, w. of Jas.,

Noble:
-, Ant.,
-, fam.,

Noke,

Norbury:
-, John (fl. 1408),
-, Sir John (fl. 1497),

Norfolk, dukes of, see Howard, Thos.
-, (d. 1524) and Thos. (d. 1554)

Norfolk, see Dereham

Norman:
-, Ant.,
-, John (d.1653),
-, John (d. 1760),
-, Laur.,
-, Sir Mark,
-, Ric. (fl.1675),
-, Ric. (d. 1779), mayor of Woodstock,
-, Ric. (d. 1811),
-, fam.,

Norreys, Ld., see Bertie, Jas.

Norris:
-, John, mayor of Woodstock,
-, Thos. (fl.1672),
-, Thos. (d. 1772),

North:
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Hen., town clerk of Woodstock,
-, Hen. J., town clerk of Woodstock,
-, -,
-, fam.,

North, Leigh Land Co.

Northampton, earls of, see Compton; St. Liz

Northampton,

Northampton, Brewery Co.

Northamptonshire, see Althorp; Ashby,
-, Canons; Brackley; Creaton; Ged-
-, dington; Houghton, Little; Nor-
-, thampton; Papley; Pattishall

Northleach (Glos.),

Northmoor, and see Bablock
-, Hythe; Newbridge

Northmoor, and Stanton Harcourt Improvement Board,

Northumberland:
-, duke of, see Percy, Sir Algernon-
-, Geo.
-, earl of, see Percy, Thos.

Northumberland, see Ford Castle;
-, Newcastle-on-Tyne

Norton, fam.,

Norton, Brize, Phil. of, see Brize Norton

Norton, Brize,

Norton, Chipping,
-, Norton, Over,
-, and see Chipping Norton

Norton, Hook, see Hook Norton

Norton, King's (Worcs.), see Colmers

Norton, Over, see Norton, Chipping

Norwich,
-, bps. of, see Baker, Wm.; Corbett,
-, Ric.; Grey, John de

Norwood:
-, Rog.,
-, Thos.,

Nost, John,

Nott, Chas.,

Nottingham, Rog. of, and his w. Maud,

Nourse (Nurse):
-, A. H., vicar of Cogges,
-, Henrietta,
-, Margery,
-, Dr.,

Nowers:
-, Anne, m. - Grandon,
-, Clemence,
-, Eleanor, m. - Clement,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos., town clerk of Woodstock,

Noyon, John, rector of Hanborough,

Nuneham, Courtenay

Nunley (Warws.),

Nurse, see Nourse

nurseries, and see Woodstock Park: woodland;London: Brompton

Nurth, Ric.,

Nutling, John, vicar of Eynsham,

Nutt, Wm.,

Oare (in Wilcot Wilts.),,

Oates, Titus,

ochre manufacture,

Oddington (Glos.),

Odo, bp. of Bayeux,

Offa, king of Mercia,

Old English, see cattle

Oldfield, -,

Olive, Joan,

Oliver, fam.,

Olney:
-, John of,
-, Maud of, see Haversham
-, oratories and private chapels,

Orchard, Wm.,

Ordway, Jonathan,

Oriel College, Oxford,

Osbaldeston:
-, Sir Littleton,
-, Ric.,

Osborn (Osborne), :
-, F. B.,
-, Geo.,
-, Hen. (fl.1829),
-, Hen. (fl.1881),
-, fam.,

Osney (Oseney), see Oxford

Osney Hill (extraparochial),

Otmoor, riots, outfangthief,

Ovenel, John,

Overbury (Worcs.),

Owen:
-, Eliz., m. John Chamberlain,
-, Geo. (d.1558),
-, Geo. (fl.1616),
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Ower (in Eling Hants),,

Oxford, earl of, see Harley

Oxford,
-, aldermen,
-, as address,
-, assizes
-, bailiffs
-, banks
-, University and City Bank,
-, bdy.
-, bldgs.
-, burgesses (freemen)
-, Carfax
-, carriers and coaches to
-, castle and see Oxford : St. George's
-, char.
-, city council
-, city lecturer
-, Civil War
-, commuters
-, corporation
-, Holy Trinity convent,
-, Holywell
-, J.P.s
-, Jericho
-, M.P.s
-, mkt.
-, mayors
-, Morris Motors q.v.
-, nonconf.

Osney (Oseney), :
-, abbey, abbots,
-, mill,
-, North Osney man.,
-, parl. rep. and see Oxford : M.P.s
-, plague in
-, Port meadow,
-, races,
-, Radcliffe Infirmary,
-, rly.,
-, Rewley :abbey,
-, wharf,
-, riv. transport,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Notre Dame, convent,
-, St. Aldate's par.
-, St. Clement's par.,
-, St. Ebbe's ch.,
-, St. Edward's par.,
-, St. Frideswide's priory and ch.,
-, St. George's in the Castle,
-, St. Giles's par.,
-, fair,
-, St. John's hosp.,
-, St. Mary the Virgin ch.,
-, St. Michael at the North Gate ch.,
-, St. Peter-in-the-East par. and ch.,
-, St. Thomas's ch.,
-, schs.,
-, Stone's hosp.,
-, suburban growth,
-, Summertown
-, tolls,
-, town clerks,
-, trade and ind., breweries, see Hall's; Morrell's
-, weavers' and fullers' guild,
-, Walton
-, water supply,

Oxford, diocese,
-, archdeaconry,
-, bps., and see Corbett; Fell; King,Rob.; Lowth; Wilberforce
-, cathedral,

Oxford, university,
-, Ashmolean Museum,
-, Bodleian Library,
-, colleges and halls, and
-, see All Souls; Balliol; Brasenose;
-, Broadgates; Cardinal; Christ
-, Church; Corpus Christi; Du
-, rham College; Exeter College;
-, Gloucester Hall; Hertford Col
-, lege; Jesus; King Henry VIII's;
-, Lincoln College; Magdalen;
-, Merton; New College; New Inn
-, Hall; Oriel; Queen's Regent's
-, Park; St. Alban; St. Catherine's;
-, St. John's College; St. Mary
-, Hall; Trinity; University; Wad
-, ham; Worcester College; Wy
-, cliffe Hall
-, cts.
-, Examination Schools
-, M.P.,
-, members,
-, Museum of Hist. of Science,
-, preachers,
-, professors,
-, Sheldonian Theatre,
-, vice-chancellors,

Oxford, vale of,

Oxford, airport (in Kidlington),

Oxford and Berkshire Brick Co.,

Oxford and Rugby Rly.,

Oxford and Shipton Cement Co.,

Oxford Angling Assoc.,

Oxford Architectural Soc.,

Oxford canal,
-, Canal Co.,
-, Duke's Cut,

Oxford City Motor Services,

Oxford Co-operative,, and Industrial Soc.,

Oxford Downs, see sheep

Oxford Instruments Group,

Oxford Movement (Tractarians),and see High Churchmanship; Puseyite

Oxford Scientific Films,

Oxford University Press,
-, Bible Press,
-, Clarendon Press,

Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton Rly.,

Oxford Zoological Gardens,

Oxfordshire,
-, bdy.,
-, county bridges,
-, County Cttee. (Interregnum),
-, county council,
-, cts.,
-, farm of county,
-, fire service,
-, goal,
-, J.P.s,
-, lord lieut.,
-, deputy,
-, M.P.s,
-, museum,
-, police,
-, record office,
-, sheriffs,
-, tax collectors,
-, towns,
-, uprising (1398),
-, uprising (1596),
-, Yeomanry,

Oxfordshire, West, see West Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire, Farmers' Bacon Factory Ltd.,

Packe, Sam.,

Packer, Wm.,

Paddington, see London

Padget, Chas.,

Pady:
-, Edm.,
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Phil.,

Page:
-, Sir Francis (fl. c.1740),
-, Sir Francis (d.1803),
-, Rob.,

Paine (Pain, Payne), :
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., w. of Phil., see Long
-, Jas., vicar of Cogges,
-, Jas. Undy, vicar of Cogges,John, and his w. Eliz.,
-, Mary (fl.1813),
-, Mary (fl. mid 19th cent.), see Betterton
-, Phil. (fl. earlier 19th cent.),
-, Phil., s. of above,
-, Phil. (fl. mid 19th cent., another),
-, Thos.,
-, Wal.,
-, fam.,

Painter:
-, Thos. (d.1654),
-, Thos. (d.1711), mayor of Woodstock,
-, fam.,

painter, see building trades

Paisley, fam.,

Paley, Jas.,

palmer, Ralph the, see Ralph

Palmer, H. T. T., mayor of Woodstock,

pannage,

paper making,, and see mills :
-, paper mills

Papley (in Warmington Northants.),,

parchmenter, see leather industry

Pargetter:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Paris:
-, Nicia of, see Clinton
-, Wm. of (fl.1238),
-, Wm. of, s. of above,

park:
-, Denis of the, see Denis
-, Edm. of the, see Edmund
-, John of the, see John Stephen of the, see Stephen
-, parker :
-, Ailric the, see Ailric
-, Joan the, see Joan

Parker:
-, Eliza, w. of Thos.,
-, Geo., earl of Macclesfield,
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Miles, mayor of Woodstock,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos., Vct. Parker,
-, Thos. (d.1850), earl of Macclesfield,
-, Thos. (d.1896), earl of Macclesfield,
-, fam.,

Parkinson:
-, Jas.,
-, John,

parks, and see Blenheim Park; Eynsham : Eynsham Hall; Kidlington; Witney :Witney Pk.; Woodstock Park

parliament,
-, Barebones Parl.,
-, Convention Parl.,
-, Commons, Ho. of,
-, Speakers, see Chaucer, Thos.;
-, Lenthall, Wm.; Littleton, Sir Thos.
-, Lords, Ho. of,
-, M.P.s, and see Oxford; Oxford university; Oxfordshire; Woodstock
-, Pride's Purge,

parliamentarians,
-, regicides,

Parmee:
-, Hen.,
-, Ric. (fl.1621),
-, Ric. (fl.1666),
-, fam.,

Parrot (Parret), see Perrott

Parry, Eliz.,

Particular Baptists, see Baptists

Partington, And.,

Partridge:
-, Geo.,
-, fam.,

Passand, H. J., rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Patrick:
-, John (fl.1778),
-, John (fl.1801, ? another),
-, fam.,

Pattishall, Sim. of,

Pattison, Mark,

Paulet:
-, Anne, see Hampden
-, Eliz., m. Oliver St. John,
-, Wm. (fl.1553),
-, Wm., s. of above,

Paulton:
-, John of (d. by 1245),
-, John (fl.1307),
-, John (fl.1346),
-, John (fl.1361, ? another),
-, Maud,
-, Rob. (fl.1374),
-, Rob. (d.1400, another),
-, Rog. of (fl.1261),
-, Rog. (fl.1298), rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,
-, Rog. (fl.1314)
-, Wm.
-, fam.

pavage,

payments, customary,
-, and see Blenheim standard; cert money; churchscot; firebote; geld; 'gyldegyft'; haybote; headsilver; heriot; housebote; pannage; quitrents; smoke farthings

Payne, see Paine

Paynel:
-, Agnes, m. Thos. Beckingham,
-, Marg., w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Thos.,

Paynton, Thos.,

Peachman:
-, Anne,
-, Thos.,

Pearce:

Steph., vicar of Combe,
-, Steph., s. of above,
-, and see Pierce

Pearson:
-, Geo.,
-, J. L.,
-, Peter,

Peisley:
-, Bart. (d.1715),
-, Bart. (d.1727),
-, Bart. (d.1781),

Pembroke:
-, ctss. of, see Herbert, Barbara
-, earls of, see Hastings, John; Herbert,
-, Phil.

Pencot:
-, Alex.,
-, Wm.,

Peniston:
-, Eliz., see Pope
-, Sir Thos. (fl.1571),
-, Sir Thos. (fl.1630),

Penne, Hugh de la, rector of Stanton
-, Harcourt,

Penny:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Pentecostal processions, see customs

Pentecross, Thos.,
-, perambulation, see customs

Percy:
-, Sir Algernon-Geo., duke of Northumberland,
-, Lucy, m. Sir Edw. Stanley,
-, Thos., earl of Northumberland,

'Pereio',, see Stanton Harcourt :'Piriho'

Pernel, Wm., vicar of Yarnton,

Perring, Wm.,

Perrott (Parrot, Parret), :
-, Alice,
-, Amy,
-, Anne (d.1721),
-, Benj.,
-, Cassandra,
-, Cath.,
-, Chas.,
-, Edw. (d.1677),
-, Edw. (d.1685),
-, Edw. (d.1729),
-, Edw. (d.1759),
-, Ellis,
-, Francis,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas. (d.1681),
-, Jas. (d.1724),
-, Jas. Leigh, see Leigh-Perrott
-, Jane,
-, Leonard,
-, Martha,
-, Rob. (d.1605),
-, Rob. (d.1701),
-, Sarah,
-, Sim.,
-, Susanna (fl. c. 1660), w. of Rob.,
-, Susanna (fl.1766),
-, (later Wykeham), Thos. (fl.1392),
-, Thos. (fl.1561),
-, Thos. (d.1722),
-, Thos. (d.1750),
-, Ursula,
-, Wm.,
-, -,
-, fam.,

pest houses, see Cogges; Combe; Eynsham; Hensington; Woodstock

Peter son of William,

Peter (fl.1086),

Peter, Wm. s. of, see William

Peterborough, earl of, see Morduant

Petre, Sir Wm.,

Pettyjohn, fam.,

Peyton:
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

pheasant rearing,

Philip, king,

Philip, prince, duke of Edinburgh,

Phillips (Philips), :
-, Francis,
-, John (fl. early 16th cent.),
-, John (d.1583),
-, John (fl.1598),
-, Thos. Martin May,

Phipps:
-, Eliz., m. John Weston,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, Rob. (d. 1613),
-, Rob. (d. 1709),
-, Wm. (d. 1610),
-, Wm. (d. 1717),
-, fam.,

Phoenix Fire Office,

physicians, surgeons, and doctors,
-, barber surgeons,

Pickering:
-, Eliza,
-, Francis,
-, Leonard (d. 1880),
-, Leonard (d. 1931),
-, Mary, see Cary
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

piepowder courts,

Pierce:
-, John, vicar of Eynsham,
-, and see Pearce

Pierrepont, Hen., earl of Kingstonupon-Hull,

Pierte, fam.,

Pigott, Thos., vicar of Yarnton,

pillories,

Pimm:
-, Bevan,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Pincle, see Stanton Harcourt : Pinkhill

Pinfold, fam.,

Pinkhill, see Stanton Harcourt

Pinsley wood, see Hanborough : woodland

Pipard:
-, Cecily, m. Sir Thos. de Bishopsdon, Sir Hen. Harcourt,
-, Hen.,John,
-, Leger,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,

Pipe:
-, Emme, see Harcourt
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Marg., see Harcourt
-, Ric. (fl. 1306),
-, Ric. (fl. 1320, another),

'Piriho', see Stanton Harcourt

Pitt (Pit):
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Pitts, fam.,

Pixey mead (extraparochial),

plague, see epidemics

Planche:
-, Jas. de la,
-, Maud, see Haversham

Plasterer, Wm.,

plasterers, see building trades

Plessis:
-, Alice de, m. John Gernun,
-, Eleanor de, m. John Lenveysey,
-, Eliz. de, w. of Hugh, m. Rog. Elmbridge,
-, Hugh de (d. 1292),
-, Hugh de (d. 1301),
-, Hugh de (fl. late 13th cent., one of the above),
-, Hugh de (d. 1337),
-, Hugh de (d. 1349),
-, John de (d. 1263), earl of Warwick,
-, John de (d. 1354),
-, Marg. de, w. of John, see Newburgh

Plot, Rob.,

Ploughley rural district,

ploughwrights,

plumbers, see metal industry

Plymouth (Devon),

Plymouth Brethren, see Brethren
-, poaching and see
-, Woodstock Park

Pod, fam.,

Pokins:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Pole:
-, Alice de la, dchss. of Suffolk, see
-, Chaucer
-, Edm. de la, earl of Suffolk,
-, John de la, duke of Suffolk,
-, Reg., cardinal,
-, Wm. de la, duke of Suffolk,
-, and see Poole

police and see Oxfordshire; Woodstock

Pollard, John,

Pomeray, Wm.,

Pomfret, Steph., rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Ponet, John, bp. of Winchester,
-, pontage,

Pontefract (Yorks. W.R.), honor of,

Poole:
-, Wm.,
-, and see Pole

Pope:
-, Alex.,
-, Eliz. (fl. 1559), w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Eliz. (fl. 1630s), w. of Sir Wm., m.
-, Sir Thos. Peniston,
-, Eliz. (fl. 1660), m. Sir Francis Hen.
-, Lee,
-, John,
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1559),
-, Thos. (d. 1660), earl of Downe,
-, Sir Wm. (d. 1624),
-, Wm. (fl. 1628),
-, Wm. (d. 1631), earl of Downe,
-, fam.,
-, popes

Port Meadow, see Oxford

porter, John the, see John

Porter, fam.,

Portland (Dors.),

Portugal,

Post Office,

potato merchant,

Potter:
-, John, bp. of Oxford,
-, Phil., vicar of Yarnton,

pottery making,

Powell, Thos.,

Power (Poure):
-, Anne,
-, John le (fl. 1260s),
-, John (d. 1526),
-, Nic.,
-, Ric.,
-, Steph.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Pratt, Rob.,

Praunce, Hen.,

Préaux, John de,

Preedy, John,

prehistoric remains, see Grim's ditch; and under names of particular places

Presbyterians,

Prescott:
-, Edw. (fl. 1807),
-, Edw. (fl. 1865),
-, fam.,

Pressed Steel Ltd.,

Prestidge, Thos.,

Preston:
-, Jas. (d. 1805),
-, Jas. (fl. 1838),

Pretender, see Stuart, Jas.

Price:
-, David, vicar of North Leigh,
-, John,
-, and see Pryse

Pride's Purge, see parliament

Prideaux:
-, Humph., rector of Bladon,
-, John, rector of Bladon, bp. of
-, Worcester,

Pridy:
-, John (fl. c. 1625),
-, John, s. of above,

printing, and see Oxford
-, University Press; Samson Press;
-, Woodstock Press

Prior:
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Mary,
-, Thos. (fl. 1747),
-, Thos. (fl. 1813),
-, fam.,

Pritchett's (later Pritchett and Webley's), glove factory,

protestant nonconformity, see Baptists;
-, Congregationalists; Friends; Independents; Methodists; Moravians;
-, Presbyterians; United Reformed
-, Church

Provence, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

Providence, Sisters of,

Prussia, king of,

Pryse:
-, Marg.,
-, Pryse,
-, Wal.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Price

publicans, see innkeepers

Puddle, John,

Pudsey:
-, Anne, m. John sydenham,
-, Wm. (d. by 1709),
-, Wm. (d. 1729),

Pullman, R. & J.,

punitive instruments, see cage; cucking
-, stools; gallows; pillories; stocks;
-, whipping post

Puragene Products,

Puritanism,

Purwell, see Cassington

Puseyite,

Pye:
-, Sir Edm.,
-, Sir Rob.,

Pyman, John,

Pynde, Nic.,

Pyrie, -,

Quainton, fam.,

Quakers, see Friends

Quappelode, Alex. de, rector of Hanborough,

quarrying, and see clay pits; gravel extraction; mortar pits

Quartermain:
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Queen Anne's Bounty,

Queen's College, Oxford,

Quelch:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Quenington, Wm.,

Quincy:
-, Helen de, m. Alan la Zouche,
-, Marg. de, see FitzParnel
-, Rog. de, earl of Winchester,
-, Saher de, earl of Winchester,

Quinton (Glos.), see Willicote

quitrents (landgable),

racing:
-, foot,
-, horse, and see
-, Oxford : races;
-, Woodstock : races; Woodstock
-, Park : racecourse
-, smock,

Radcliffe, John,

Radcliffe Infirmary, see Oxford

Radford:
-, Eliz.,
-, John,

Radicals,

Radley (formerly Berks.),

Raikes:
-, Rob.,
-, Rob. Taunton,
-, fam.,

railways, see under names of particular places and rlys
-, rly. workers,

Raine, fam.,

Rainsborough, Col. Thos.,

Ralph son of Geoffrey,

Ralph son of Robert,

Ralph son of Roger,

Ralph the fuller,

Ralph the palmer,

Ralph (fl. 1086),

Ralph, Eustace s. of, see Eustace

Ralph, Rob. s. of, see Robert

Ralph, Rog. s. of, see Roger

Ralph, Wm. s. of, see William

Rampan:
-, Gillian,
-, Wm. (fl. mid 12th cent.),
-, Wm. (fl. 1311),

Ramsbury (Wilts.),

Ramsden,

Ranger, W.,

Rash, Sam.,

Rathbone:
-, Alice, m. Rob. Standard,
-, Anne, w. of John,
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Raunson, John, mayor of Woodstock,
-,

Rawlins, Thos., town clerk of Woodstock,

Rawson, Cath.,

Rayer:
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Raynes, Thos., rector of Wilcote,

Read (Reade, Rede), :
-, Benj.,
-, Harriet, Lady Reade,
-, Wm.,

Reading, Revd. Jas.,

Reading (Berks.),
-, abbey,
-, Whiteknights,

Rede, see Read

Redhead, Wm.,

Regent's, Park College Oxford,

Remigius, bp. of Dorchester and Lincoln,

Rewley abbey, see Oxford

Reynold atte stocks,

Reynold the forester,

Reynolds:
-, Chris.,
-, Edm. (d. 1630),
-, Edm. (fl.1641),
-, Edm. (fl.1700), another),
-, Eliz., w. of Wm.,
-, Sir Joshua,
-, Mic.,
-, Peter,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. (fl.1624),
-, Wm. (d. by 1665, ? another),
-, fam.,

Rialton, Vct., see Godolphin, Francis

Richard I,

Richard II,

Richard, earl of Cornwall,

Richard, grds. of Ric. s. of Mayne,

Richard, s. of Hugh the miller,

Richard son of Mayne,

Richard, rector of Shipton-on-Cher-
-, well,

Richard the spicer,
-, his w. Alice, see Kingston

Richard, Wm. s. of, see William

Richards:
-, Humph.,
-, Wm.,

Richardson, Chas.,

Ridge, Thos.,

Ridi, Phil.,

Ridley:
-, Rog., vicar of North Leigh,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Riley:
-, John (fl.1557),
-, John (d. 1589, another),
-, Wm. (fl. 1409), rector of Bladon,
-, Wm. (fl. 1428),

riots and disturbances, and see Otmoor riots; Oxfordshire : uprising; Swing riots

Rippingall, Thos.,

Risborough, Prince's (Bucks.),

Rissington, Wick (Glos.),

Rivington, J.A.,

roads:
-, ancient, and see Dornford
-, Lane; Frogwelldown Lane; San-
-, som's Lane; Wood Lane

Roman, and see
-, Akeman Street
-, salt ways
-, turnpikes

Robert, count of Dreux,

Robert II, count of Flanders,

Robert, chaplain of Westbury,

Robert son of Ralph,

Robert the navigator,

Robert, Guy s. of, see Guy

Robert, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Roberts, Nic.,

Robertson, Chas.,

Robinson:
-, John, archdeacon of Armagh,
-, Thos.
-, fam.,

Roches, Peter des, bp. of Winchester,

Rochester, earl of, see Wilmot

Roger son of Ralph,

Roger, Ralph s. of, see Ralph

Rogers:
-, Dudley,
-, John, vicar of Eynsham,
-, John, s. of above,
-, Rob., rector of Hanborough,

Roke, le, fam.,

Rolfe, Clapton C.,

Rollright, Great,

Roman Catholicism, and see under names of particular places
-, Catholic Emancipation

Roman remains, see roads : Roman; and under names of particular places

Rome,

Romney:
-, Isabel, see Snarestone
-, John,
-, Marg., m. Ric. Smith,

rope making,

Rose, Chas., chaplain of Combe,

Ross-on-Wye (Herefs.),

Rotherfield Greys,

Rotherham, Thos., bp. of Lincoln,

Rous, John,

Rousham,

Routledge, Thos.,

Routledge & Co.,

Rowel brook,

Rowland:
-, Jas.,
-, John (fl.1760),
-, John (fl.1871),
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, Mr.,
-, fam.,

Rowles:
-, Chas.,
-, fam.,

Rowse, A. L.,

Rowton, R. J., vicar of Eynsham,

royalists (Civil War),

Rubens, Sir Peter Paul,

Rudgate, Hen.,

Ruffin:
-, Eliz.,
-, Ric.,

Rufus, Ric.,

Rushden (Herts.),

Rusher, John,

Russell:
-, Bertrand,
-, Sir John,

Russia,
-, emperor of,

Rutland, see Cottesmore

Ruxton, John,

Rycote:
-, John, and his w. Eliz.,
-, Rob. of,

Rycote, see Haseley, Great

Rye House plot,

Ryman, Wm.,

Rys, Hubert de,
-, his sons, see Adam; Eudes

Rysbrack, Mic.,

Ryves:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., m. Benj. Holloway,
-, Geo. (fl.1611),
-, Geo. (d. 1677), town clerk of Woodstock,
-, Geo. (d. 1718), town clerk of Woodstock,
-, Grace, see Davies
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

sac,

sack making,

saddlers, see leather industry

Sadleir, Hen., rector of Begbroke,

sainfoin, see crops

St. Alban Hall, Oxford,

St. Albans (Herts.),

St. Asaph (Flints.), bp. of, see Short,
-, Thos.

St. Catherine's College, Oxford,

St. Clare, Community of,

St. Clement Dane's, see London

St. Edmund, Ben. of, vicar of Cogges,

St. Ives (Hunts.),

St. James, Rob. of,

St. John:
-, Eliz., see PauletG. W., rector of Bladon,
-, Hen., Vct. Bolingbroke,
-, John of,
-, Oliver, earl of Bolingbroke,

St. John the Evangelist Trust Assoc.,

St. John's Ambulance Brigade,

St. John's College, Oxford,

St. John's hospital, Oxford, see Oxford

St. Liz:
-, Alice de, see Ghent
-, Joan de, see Hareng
-, Sim. de (d.1184), earl of Northampton,
-, Sim. de (fl.1251),

St. Mary Hall, Oxford,

St. Owen:
-, Ric. of,
-, Wm. of (fl.1231),
-, Wm. of (fl.1279),

St. Paul's cathedral, see London

St. Ravy, Wm.,

St. Valery:
-, Annora of, m. Rob., count of Dreux,
-, Bernard of,
-, Reynold of,
-, Thos. of,
-, fam.,

St. Valery, honor of,

St. Vigore,
-, Thos. de,

Sainte-Mère-Eglise, Wm. de, bp. of
-, London,

Salford,

Salisbury, earls of, see Montagu

Salisbury (Wilts.),
-, bp. of, see Jewell

salt trade,

salt ways, see roads

Salter:
-, Alice,
-, E. A.,
-, John (d.1639),
-, John (d.1742),
-, Mrs.,

Salvation Army,

Samson Press,

Sanders, see Saunders

Sandford, Rog. of,

Sandford-on-Thames,

Sandys:
-, Sir Wm. (d.1641),
-, Wm., s. of above,

Sankey, Jerome,

Sansom:
-, Hen.,
-, Thos.,

Sansom's Lane,

Sansom's Platt, see Hensington

Sardinia (Italy), king of, see Victor
-, Amadeus

Sarsden,

Sartoris:
-, Chas.,
-, Francis,
-, Mary, w. of Chas., m. 2 Geo. Dawkins,

Saunders (Sanders):
-, Ambrose,
-, Chas.,
-, Chris.,
-, Hen.,
-, John (d.1642),
-, John (fl.1684),
-, Nic.,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos.,
-, Tim.,
-, fam.,

Saussay:
-, Ralph de,
-, Sibyl de, m. Ric. of Williamscot,
-, Wm. de,

Saussay (unspecified Normandy,France),,

Savage:
-, Geof.,
-, Hen., rector of Bladon,

Sawyer:
-, Ant.,
-, Chas. (d.1876),
-, Chas. (d.1892),
-, Chas. Ant.,
-, Edm. Chas.,
-, John,
-, John Edm.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

sawyers,

Saxony, king of,

Say:
-, Edw. (d.1647),
-, Edw. (fl.1692),
-, Eliz., see Kyte
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Saywell:
-, Ant.,
-, Susannah,
-, fam.,

Scarsbrook, Eliz.,

Scherman, Thos.,

Schmidt, Conrad Marshall,

Scholey, Phil.,

Scorchebeef:
-, Denise,
-, Geof.,
-, John (fl.1285),
-, John (fl.1336),
-, Maud,
-, Nic.,
-, Rog.,
-, Sim. (fl. c. 1200),
-, Sim. (fl. c. 1250),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Scots:,
-, king of, and see Alexander III;
-, William queen of, see Mary

Scott:
-, G. G.,
-, Hen., duke of Buccleuch,
-, W. A.,

Scott-Pruce, Sarah,

Scriven, fam.,

Scudamore, Phil.,
-, sculptors, see artists

scutage,

Seacole:
-, John,
-, Rob. (d.1512), and his w. Alice,
-, Rob. (fl.1535),
-, Wm. (d.1527),
-, Wm. (d.1557),
-, Wm. (d.1569),
-, Wm. (fl.1564, ? same as above),
-, Wm. (fl.1595),
-, Wm. (fl.1606, ? same as above),
-, fam.,

Seale (Seele):
-, Francis,
-, Geo., vicar of North Leigh,
-, Steph.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Searle:
-, Eleanor, w. of Francis,
-, Francis (d.1619),
-, Francis (fl.1621),

Seckham, S. L.,

seedsmen,

Seele, see Seale

Seeley, John,

Self, Geo.,

Sellar, Wm.,

Selle, John, rector of Begbroke,

serjeanties,

Sermon, Mrs.,

services, customary,
-, stabilitas
-, and see serjeanties

Servites,

settlement, patterns of,
-, early Saxon,
-, towns, medieval plantation and extension,
-, villages, deserted or shrunk,

sewer, Eudes the, see Eudes

Seymour, Thos., Ld. Seymour,

Shankland, G. A., Ltd.,

Shard:
-, Isaac,
-, Wm.,

Shareshull:
-, Joan de, m. Ric. Harcourt,
-, Wm. de,

Sharington, Sir Wm.,

Sharp:
-, Alan,
-, fam.,

Sheafe, Edm.,

Sheen:
-, Hercules,
-, John,

sheep, breeds:
-, Berkshire,
-, Cotswold,
-, Jacob's,
-, Leicester,
-, Oxford Down,
-, South Down,

sheep farming,

Sheldon:
-, Jas.,
-, Jonathan,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Sheldonian Theatre, see Oxford university

Shelmerdine, Miss J. M.,

Shepherd (Sheppard):
-, John,
-, Jos. (d.1835),
-, Jos. (fl.1873),
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, -,
-, fam.,

Sherlock, Ric.,

Shewsmith:
-, Grace, see Metcalfe
-, John,

Shiere, Edw.,

Shifford, see Bampton

Shillingford:
-, Geo.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

ship money,

Shipton:
-, John of,
-, Peter of, and his w. Parnel,

Shipton Cement Co.,

Shipton-on-Cherwell,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, Bigberry (Bica's burh),
-, bdy.,
-, bridge,
-, Campsfield, q.v.
-, char.,
-, ch.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, glebe,
-, green,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, man.,
-, man. hos.,
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory est.,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, trade and ind.,
-, tithes,
-, water supply,
-, wharf,

Shipton Syndicate Ltd.,

Shipton-under-Wychwood,

Shirburn,

Shire Lake stream, see Thames, riv.

shoe warehouse,

shoemaking, see leather industry

shooting,

Short:
-, Eliz., see Hodgkinson
-, Sarah,
-, Susannah, m. Ant. Watts,
-, Thos., bp. of St. Asaph,
-, Wm.,

shortland, V. J.,

Shrewsbury, earls of, see Talbot

Shrewsbury (Salop.),

Shropshire, see Hopesay; Ludlow;
-, Shrewsbury

Shurle, Vincent,

Siber, Agnes,

Sibford:
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Sibford Gower,

Sibthorp:
-, Chas. de Laet Waldo,
-, Coningsby Chas. Waldo,
-, Coningsby Waldo Waldo,
-, Gervaise Tottenham Waldo,
-, Humph.,
-, Humph. Waldo,
-, John,
-, fam.,

Sicily (Italy),

Siddons, Sarah,

Sievier, R. W.,

silk winding, see textile industry

Silkbert, Wm.,

Silver, Edw.,

Silvester, Eliz.,

Simmonds's Brewery,

Simmons:
-, Geo.,
-, Jas.,
-, Jane, w. of Jas.,
-, Simond,
-, Wm. Derry,
-, fam.,
-, and see Symonds

Sion College, see London

Siward (fl.1086),

Skelton, Wm., mayor of Woodstock,

Skillicorne, W. N.,

Skinner:
-, Geo.,
-, John (fl.1628),
-, John (fl.1771),
-, Mary, w. of John,

skinners, see leather industry

slate industry,

slaters, see building trades

slatter, Adam the, see Adam

Slatter (Slater):
-, Gabriel,
-, John (fl.1623),
-, John (d. 1810), vicar of Stanton Har-
-, court,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (d.1694),
-, Thos. (fl.1712),
-, Thos. (fl.1769),
-, Thos. (fl.1810),
-, Thos. (fl.1831), rector of Shipton-
-, on-Cherwell,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Sleepe:
-, Edw. (fl. 1622-3),
-, Edw. (fl. 1622-3, another),

smallpox, see epidemics

Smallwell:
-, John (fl.1708),
-, John, s. of above,

Smith:
-, Alice, see Standard
-, Anne, m. Sir Wm. Morton,
-, Chas.,
-, Chris.,
-, Dorothy,
-, Edw. (fl.1540s),
-, Edw. (fl.1650), vicar of Stanton
-, Harcourt,
-, Eliz., see Bouchier
-, Geo.,
-, Gerald,
-, Col. Hen.,
-, Humph.,
-, Jas. (fl.1736),
-, Jas. (fl.1774),
-, John (fl.1564),
-, John (fl.1626),
-, John (fl.1693),
-, Jonah,
-, Jonathan,
-, Jos. (d.1756),
-, Jos. (d.1776),
-, Jos. Bouchier,
-, Lydia, see Barney
-, Marg., see Romney
-, Mary, w. of Humph.,
-, Mary, w. of Thos.,
-, Mat.,
-, Philippa, see Hampden
-, Ric. (fl. 1524),
-, Ric. (fl. 1785),
-, Sir Thos. (fl. 1554),
-, Thos. (d.1708),
-, Thos. (d. by 1720),
-, Thos. (fl.1728),
-, Revd. Thos. (d.1729),
-, Thos. (d. by 1787),
-, Thos. (d. by 1788, ? another),
-, Wal.,
-, Wm. (fl.1327),
-, Wm. (fl.1763), chaplain of Combe,
-, fam.,

smithies, see metal industry

smoke farthings,

Snarestone:
-, Isabel, m. John Romney
-, Joan, m. Thos. Harris,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl.1412),
-, Thos. (fl.1460, ? another),
-, Wm. (fl.1358),
-, Wm. (fl.1411),
-, fam.,

Snelshall (Bucks.), priory,

soc,

Soden:
-, L. V. E.,
-, R. J.,
-, W. A.,

solicitors, see lawyers

Solid State Logic Ltd.,

Somerset, and see Barrow Gurney;
-, Charlecombe; Frome; Taunton;Yeovil

Somerton,

Sotham, Wm.,

Souldern,

South, Rob.,

South Down, see sheep

Southampton (Hants),

Southby, fam.,

southern Electricity Board,

Southern Gas Board,

Southey, Rob.,

Southwark, see London

Spain, ambassador from,

Spalding:
-, A. G., Bros.,
-, Sam.,

Sparke:
-, Mic.,
-, Ric.,

Sparrow, Thos.,

Spelsbury, see Dean; Ditchley

Spence:
-, E. Ramsay, vicar of Cogges,
-, Lucy Mabel,

Spencer:
-, Alfred,
-, Lady Anne,
-, Caroline, w. of Geo., duke of
-, Marlborough,
-, Cath.,
-, Chas. (d.1722), earl of Sunderland,
-, Chas. (d.1758), duke of Marlborough,
-, Ld. Chas. (d.1820),
-, Geo. (d.1817), duke of Marlborough,
-, alterations at Blenheim,
-, Geo. (d.1840), duke of Marlborough, see Spencer-Churchill
-, Constance m. Geo. Marwood,
-, Eliz.
-, Jane dau. of Sir Thos.,
-, Jane w. of Sir Thos.,
-, Sir John (fl.16th cent.)
-, John (fl.1734)
-, Marg. w. of Sir Wm., Rob., Vct. Teviot,
-, Sir Thos. (d.1622),
-, Sir Thos. (d.1685),
-, Wm. (fl. 1576), vicar of Cassington,
-, Sir Wm. (d.1609),
-, Sir Wm. (d.1657),
-, Wm. (d.1683),
-, fam.,

Spencer-Churchill:
-, Alan,
-, Ld. Chas.,
-, Chas. Ric. John, duke of Marlborough,
-, Charlotte, w. of Geo., duke of Marlborough,
-, Frances Anne Emily, w. of John Winston, duke of Marlborough,
-, Geo. (d.1840), duke of Marlborough, as marquess of Blandford,
-, Geo. (d.1857), duke of Marlborough,
-, as marquess of Blandford,
-, Geo. Chas., duke of Marlborough,
-, Ld. John,
-, John Albert Edw. Wm., duke of Marlborough, as marquess of Blandford,
-, John Geo. Vanderbilt Hen., duke of Marlborough,
-, John Winston, duke of Marlborough, as marquess of Blandford,
-, fam.,
-, spicer, Ric. the, see Richard

Spier:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Spigurnel:
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, see Brown

Spilsby, Thos.,
-, spinning, see textile industry sports and pastimes,
-, and see archery; bowls; boxing; cards; cinemas; cock fighting; coursing; cricket; dice; falconry;
-, football; hunting; racing; shooting; tennis; theatres; tournaments; wrestling

Spratton, Wm. of, and his w. Joan,

Spurr, Geo.,

stabilitas, see services, customary

Stafford:
-, Edm., bp. of Exeter,
-, Hen., duke of Buckingham,

Staffordshire, see Tamworth; Wolver-
-, hampton

Staines (Mdx.),

Stamford, Wm. of,

Standard:
-, Alice, m. Thos. Smith,
-, Alice, w. of Rob., see Rathbone
-, Anne, m. Edw. Almont,
-, Barbara,
-, Hen.,
-, Rob. (d.1660),
-, Rob. (d.1698),
-, Rob. (d.1705),
-, Rob. (d.1706),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Standlake, Hugh of,

Standlake,

Standlake brook,

Stanes:
-, Joan de, see Arsic
-, Wm. de,

Stanley:
-, Anne, m. Grey Bridges, Ld. Chandos,
-, Charlotte, see Tremoille
-, Edw. (d.1572), earl of Derby,
-, Sir Edw. (? d.1609),
-, Sir Edw. (d.1632),
-, Ferdinando, earl of Derby,
-, Hen., earl of Derby,
-, Jas. (d.1611),
-, Jas. (d.1651), earl of Derby,
-, Lucy, see Percy
-, Marg., w. of Sir Thos., m. Wm.Mather,
-, Mary, w. of Edw., m. Hen. Grey,earl of Kent,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Venetia, m. Sir Kenelm Digby,
-, Wm., earl of Derby,
-, fam.,

Stanton:
-, Eliz., see Holloway
-, John,
-, fam.,

Stanton Harcourt,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, airfield,
-, Armstalls, see Stanton Harcourt :Hamstall as address,
-, Blackditch,
-, bdy.,
-, bridges,
-, chap.,
-, chaplains,
-, chars.,
-, ch.,
-, ch. hos.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, Devil's Quoits, see Stanton Harcourt :prehist. rem.dom. archit.,
-, Duck End, see Sutton
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fishponds and fisheries,
-, glebe,
-, Hamstall (Armstalls),
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, Stanton Wyard,
-, man. hos.,
-, mills,
-, Beard mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. officers,
-, Pinkhill (Pincle),
-, Pinkhill Lock,
-, 'Piriho',
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, Devil's Quoits,
-, rly.,
-, rectors,
-, rectory est.,
-, rectory ho.,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, streets,
-, Sutton, q.v.
-, trade and ind.,
-, tithes,
-, vestry,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars, and see
-, Symonds, Thos.
-, village hall,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, West End,
-, woodland,
-, Tar wood,
-, workho.,

Stanton Leigh, see Leigh, South

Stanton St. John,

Stanton Wyard, see Stanton Harcourt :man.

Stapledon, Wal., bp. of Exeter,

Stapler, Thos.,

Stapleton, Bryan,

Stapleton (Glos.), see Fishponds

Star Paper Ltd.,

stationers,

Staunton (Glos.),

Staveley, John,

Steel, Mic.,

steel manufacture, see Woodstock : trade
-, and ind.

Stephen, King,

Stephen of the park,

Stephens (Stevens), :
-, Oliver,
-, fam.,

Steventon (formerly Berks.),

Stigand, abp. of Canterbury,

stints,

stock raising,

Stockman, Ric.,

stocks, Reynold atte, see Reynold

stocks,

Stockton, Nic. of, rector of Stanton
-, Harcourt,

Stoke, South,

Stoke Bliss (Worcs.),

Stokenchurch,

Stone:
-, Clifton, vicar of Stanton Harcourt,
-, Jas.,
-, Jane, m. Abraham Wright,
-, Reynold, vicar of Cassington,
-, fam.,

Stonehouse:
-, Sir Wm. (fl. 17th cent.),
-, Wm., s. of above,

Stoneleigh (Warws.),

Stonesfield,

Stonor:
-, Sir Francis,
-, Rob., rector of Stanton Harcourt,

Stormont, Vct., see Murray, Wm.

Story, Waldo,

Stow (Lincs.),

Stowe (Bucks.),

Stowell, Wm.,

Strafford, earl of, see Wentworth, Thos.

Strainge, fam.,

Strange, le, fam.,

Stratford:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Stratford-on-Avon (Warws.),

Street:
-, Edw.,
-, G. E.,
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, w. of Hen., m. John Conant,
-, Woodhull,

Stringer, Ant.,

Strong:
-, Edw. (fl. early 18th cent.),
-, Edw., s. of above,
-, fam.,

Stuart:
-, Geo., Seigneur d'Aubigny,
-, Jas., duke of Lennox,
-, Jas., duke of York, see James II
-, Jas., prince of Wales, Pretender,

Stuarts, kings,

Studley priory,

Sturdy's Castle, see Tackley

Sturges-Bourne, Wm.,

Sturgis, Rog.,

Sudeley, Ld., see Butler, Ralph

Suffolk:
-, dchss. of, see Chaucer, Alice
-, dukes of, and see Brandon; Pole
-, earls of,
-, suffragettes,
-, sugar beet :growing, see crops processing,

Summer, Thos.,

Sumner, John,

Sunderland, earl of, see Spencer, Chas.

Sunderland library, see Blenheim Palace : long library

Sunderland House, see London

surgeons, see physicians

Surman, J.M.,

Surrey, and see Kennington; Morden; Wimbledon

Sussex, see Appledram; Bognor Regis

Sutton:
-, Chas.,
-, Eliz., m. John Townesend,
-, Wm.,

Sutton (in Stanton Harcourt),
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, chars.,
-, cts.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, Duck End,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, green,
-, inc.,
-, inn,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, nonconf.,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, streets,
-, trade and ind.,
-, water supply and drainage,

Swann:
-, Chas.,
-, H. G.,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, John (d.1801),
-, John, s. of above,
-, John (fl.1856, ? another),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

swedes, see crops

Swerford,

Swete:
-, Adrian,
-, Benj. (d.1744),
-, Benj. (fl. 1840),
-, Esther, (formerly Tripe), John (fl.1786),
-, John (fl.1816, ? another),
-, fam.,

Swift, Isaac,

Swindon (Wilts.),

swinemoot ('swanymoot' 'swalmouth'),,

Swinford, see Cumnor

Swing riots,

Swingbourne, Wm.,

Sydenham:
-, Amy, m. Ric. Burgoyne,
-, Anne, see Pudsey
-, John,
-, John Pudsey,
-, John Pudsey Welchman (d.1854),
-, J. P. W., ? s. of above,

Symonds (Symond, Symons):
-, Francis, see Nash
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos. (fl.1581),
-, Thos., s. of above,
-, Thos. (d.1845), vicar of Eynsham and Stanton Harcourt,
-, Wm., rector of Stanton Harcourt,
-, fam.,
-, and see Simmonds; Simmons

Tackley,
-, Sturdy's Castle,
-, Weaveley,
-, Whitehill, tailor :
-, Adam the, see Adam
-, Hugh the, see Hugh

tailors,

Talbot:
-, Francis, earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Geo., earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Gilb.,
-, John (d.1460), earl of Shrewsbury,
-, John (d.1474), earl of Shrewsbury,
-, Ric.,
-, Mrs.,
-, fam.,

Talente, Otes de,

tallage,

Tamworth (Staffs.),

Tanfield, Sir Lawr., recorder of Woodstock,

tanner, Adam the, see Adam

tanning, see leather industry

Taplin, Wm.,

Tapwell, see Charlbury

Tar wood, see Stanton Harcourt : woodland

tares, see crops

Tarrant, fam.,

Tasker:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Tassell, Rob.,

Tatham:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz.,

Taunt, Hen.,

Taunton:
-, Revd. C. E.,
-, Emma,
-, Maria, w. of Wm. Elias,
-, Marion,
-, Minnie,
-, Sarah Percival, w. of Wm. Elias,
-, Wm. Elias (d.1825),
-, Wm. Elias (d.1835),
-, Wm. Elias (d.1873),
-, the Misses,
-, fam.,

Taunton (Som.),

Taverner, Edm.,

Tawere, Sim., rector of Hanborough,

Tawney:
-, Ric. (fl.1781),
-, Ric. (d. by 1867),

Taylor:
-, Eliz., see Cockin
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl.1316),
-, John (fl.1705),
-, John (d.1744),
-, John (fl.1834),
-, Ric. (fl. later 17th cent.),
-, Ric. (d. 1841),f350,
-, Rob. (fl.1565),
-, Sir Rob. (d.1788),
-, Rog.,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos. (d.1618), vicar of North
-, Leigh,
-, Thos. (fl.1659),
-, Thos., s. of above,
-, Ursula, m. Jas. Almont, and see Loughborough

Taynton,

Taynton stone,

tea dealers,

team, right of,

temperance movement,

Tempest, Sir Thos.,

Templars,

Temple:
-, John,
-, Sir Thos.,

Temple Cowley, see Cowley

tennis,

Terry:
-, Mary, Lady Terry,
-, John,

Tesh, John, vicar of Yarnton,

Teulon, S. S.,

Teviot, Vct., see Spencer, Rob.

Tew, Wal. of,

Tew, Duns,

Tew, Great,

Tew, Little,

textile industry,
-, carding,
-, cloth trade,
-, dyeing,
-, flax processing,
-, fulling, and
-, see mills : fulling
-, hemp processing,
-, lacemaking,
-, linen,
-, nappers,
-, silk winding,
-, textile industry (cont.)
-, spinning,
-, weaving,
-, and see wool

Thame,
-, sch.,Thame Pk.,

Thames, riv.,
-, Shire Lake stream,

Thames and Severn canal,

Thames Commissioners,

Thames Conservancy,

Thames Valley Drainage Commission,

Thames Water Board,

thatchers, see building trades

theatres, and see Blenheim Palace;
-, London : Drury Lane theatre and
-, Theatre Royal; Woodstock

Theatre Royal, see London

Thesiger, Fred., Ld. Chelmsford,

Thomas, earl of Lancaster,
-, his w. Alice, see Lacy

Thomas (of Woodstock), duke of Gloucester,

Thomas, John s. of, see John

Thomas:
-, Dylan,
-, Col. H. J.,
-, Vaughan, vicar of Yarnton,

Thompson, Sir Wm.,

Thornbury:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Thornhill, Sir Jas.,

Thornycroft, Sir Hamo,

Thorpe, Rob.,

Thring, Capt. E. C. W.,

Thrupp (in Kidlington),
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, cts.,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, feast,
-, fields,
-, glebe,
-, green,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, man. officers,
-, mill,
-, mission room,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. meeting,
-, par. officers,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, roads,
-, streets,
-, trade and ind.,
-, tithes,
-, vestry,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, wharf,

Thurland, Miss,

tile making,

Tilgar,
-, Tilgar's ditch, see Tilgarsley

Tilgarsley (in Eynsham),
-, agric.,
-, bdy.,
-, chap.,
-, fields,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, pop.,
-, Tar's grave,
-, Tilgar's ditch (mere),
-, Tilgarsley kiln,

Tilly, Sam., rector of Bladon,

timber merchants,

Timms (Tims):
-, Edw.,
-, fam.,

tin working, see metal industry

Tipping, Thos.,

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio),

tobacconist,

Todd:
-, Nic.,
-, Wm.,

toll:
-, freedom from,
-, right to,

Tolley, H. A.,

Tonni (fl. 1066),

Tories,

Torless (Torleis), :
-, Adam, (or Butcher), Wm., and his w. Eliz.,

Touchet, Sam.,

Tournai (Belgium),

tournaments,

Townesend (Townsend):
-, Francis (fl. c. 1620),
-, Francis, s. of above,
-, John (fl. 1525),
-, John (d.1728),
-, John (d.1746),
-, Mic.,
-, Rob.,
-, Steph. (fl.1592),
-, Steph. (fl.1642),
-, Steph. (d.1800),
-, Wm. (fl.1720s), carpenter,
-, Wm. (d.1739), architect,
-, fam.,

towns, medieval plantation and extension, see settlement

Tozer, Hen., vicar of Yarnton,

Tractarians, see Oxford Movement

tradesmen's tokens,

Travers, Sam.,

Treacher, fam.,

Treberfedd (Brec.),

Tremoille, Charlotte de, m. Jas. Stanley,

Tress, Ric.,

Triers (commissioners),

Trillowe:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Wm. Wilcotes, Sir John Blacket,
-, Sir John (d.1371 or 1372),
-, Sir John (d.1374),
-, Rob. (? d.1328 or 1329), and his w.Isabel,
-, Rob. (d. by 1346),

Trinity College, Oxford,

Tripe, John, see Swete

Tristan and Isolde,

Trotman, Sam.,

Troughton, John,

Trumball, Sir Wm.,

Tuckey, Jas.,

Tudor, Jasper, duke of Bedford,

Tunbridge Wells (Kent),

Tunstall, Alice,

Turner:
-, Chas. (d.1800),
-, Chas. (d.1857),
-, Cholmley,
-, Sir Edw.,
-, Jane, see Marwood
-, Mary,
-, Vincent,
-, Wm. (d.1853),
-, Wm. (d.1862),
-, Mr.,
-, fam.,

turners,

turnpikes, see roads

Turold (fl. 1173),

Turrill:
-, W. B.,
-, fam.,

Turrold, Eliz.,

Turry, John, rector of Hanborough,

Tustian, John,

Tustin, Ric.,

Twisdelowe, see Cutteslowe

Twitty, Thos., vicar of North Leigh,

Twyford (Bucks.),

Tylie, John,

typhoid, see epidemics

Tyrwhitt, Sir Rob.,

Uffington (formerly Berks.),

Ulyat, Wm., vicar of Freeland,

umbrella making,

Underwall:
-, Isabel,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Underwood, H. J.,

United Methodist Free Church, see Methodists

United Reformed Church,

University College, Oxford,

Unton, Sir Hen.,

upholsterers, upholders,

Vache:
-, Eliz. de la, see Lenveysey
-, Phil. de la,

Valence:
-, Rob.,
-, Wm. (fl.16th cent.),
-, Wm., s. of above,

Van Dieman's Land, see Australia

Vanbrugh, Sir John,

Vatican (Italy),

Vaughan:
-, Marg., see Herle
-, Meredith,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm., see Herle

Vavasour, Anne,

Vecellio, see Titian

Venables, John,

Venables-Vernon, Edw., see Harcourt,
-, Edw. Vernon

Venice (Italy),

Venn, John, vicar of Yarnton,

Vernon:
-, Avice, see Avenel
-, Henrietta, see Wentworth
-, Hen.,
-, Isabel de, m. Wm. de Brai,
-, John de (fl.14th cent.), and his w.
-, Joan,
-, John (fl.17th cent.),
-, Ric. de (d.1195),
-, Ric. de (fl.1255),

Versailles (Yvelines France),,

Victor Amadeus, king of Sardinia,

Victoria and Albert Museum, see
-, London

victuallers, see innkeepers

Vidua, Ric.,

villages, deserted, see settlement

Vincent, Wm., town clerk of Woodstock,

vintner, Wal. the, see Walter

vintners, wine merchants,

Wadard (fl.1086),
-, his s.,

Wadard, Walkelin,
-, his dau., see Helewise

Waddesdon (Bucks.),

Wade:
-, Hen. de la (d. by 1202),
-, Hen. de la (d.1287),
-, John de la,

Wadham College, Oxford,

Waerfrith, bp. of Worcester,

Wagstaff, John,

waifs and strays,

Wainwright, John, rector of Hanborough,

Waite, Thos.,

Wakefield:
-, Hen., rector of Combe, later bp. of Worcester,
-, Steph.,
-, fam.,

Wakeman, Edw.,

Walcot (unspecified),

Waldron:
-, Fred., rector of Begbroke,Marg.,

Wales,
-, princes of, see Arthur; Charles
-, Charles; Edward VII; Edward; Henry; Stuart, Jas.

Walesby, F. P., recorder of Woodstock,

Waleys:
-, Agnes, w. of
-, Joan, m. - Hampden,
-, John,

Walker:
-, Thos., rector of Hanborough,
-, Thos., town clerk of Woodstock,
-, fam.,

Wall:
-, Lewis,
-, fam.,
-, wall paintings,

Waller:
-, Anne (fl.1626),
-, Anne (fl.1660), see Harcourt
-, Dorothy, m. John James,
-, Eliz., see Hogan
-, Griffin,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Wallingford, honor of,

Wallis, John,

Walpole:
-, Horace,
-, Hugh,
-, Sir Rob.,

Walsh:
-, And.,
-, Ernest,
-, Martha, w. of And.,
-, Percival,
-, Wm. Percival, vicar of Stanton Harcourt,

Walsingham, Sir Francis,

Walter, rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Walter son of Mayne,

Walter the vintner,

Walter:
-, Anne, w. of Sir John,
-, David,
-, Sir John (d.1630),
-, John (d.1640),
-, Sir John (fl.1702),
-, John (fl.1774),
-, John (fl.1886),
-, Rob.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Walton:
-, Fanny,
-, Geo. (d.1900),
-, Geo. (d.1926),
-, Mary,
-, fam.,

Wantage (formerly Berks.), see Grove

Wappenham, John of,

Warburton, Capt. Thos.,

Ward:
-, (or Clark), John, curate of Cogges,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl.1549),
-, Wm. (fl.18th cent.),

Wardrobe, Adam of the, see Adam

Warin (fl.1236),

Waring (Wareing):
-, Elijah,
-, J.,

Warmington (Northants.), see Papley

Warminster (Wilts.),

Warner, John,

Warren:
-, Agnes,
-, John (? two of this name),

warrens, and see
-, free warren

Warton:
-, Thos.,
-, and see Wharton

Warwick:
-, ctss. of, see Newburgh
-, earl of, see Plessis, John de (d.1263)

Warwick,

Warwickshire, and see Birmingham; Coventry; Edgehill;
-, Kenilworth; Lapworth; Nunley; Stoneleigh; Stratford-on-Avon

Washington, Ric.,

Wastie:
-, Francis,
-, Jas. (fl. 1762),
-, Jas. (fl. 1802, ? another),
-, John,
-, Peter,
-, Ric. (d.1664),
-, Ric. (fl. later 17th cent., another),
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wastie Bros.,

watchmaking, and see clockmaking

Water Eaton, see Eaton, Water

Waterloo (Belgium), battle of,

Waterstock,

Watford (Herts.),

Watkins, Geo.,

Watson, fam.,

Watts:
-, Ant.,
-, John, rector of Bladon,
-, Susannah, w. of Ant., see Short
-, Susannah, dau. of Ant.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Waynflete, Wm., bp. of Winchester,

Weaveley, see Tackley

weaving, see textile industry

Webb:
-, Faith,
-, Wm.,

Webb and Bennett,

Webley:
-, Benj.,
-, Edm.,
-, Geo.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Pritchett's

Weed Research Organisation,

Weeley, Sam.,

Welchman, Edw.,

Weld, Frances, m. Geo. Marten,

Welford, Thos.,

Weller:
-, Agnes, m. Adrian Criche,
-, Ethelbert (? two of this name),
-, Hugh (fl. 1513),
-, Hugh (d. 1558, another),
-, Hugh (fl. 1619),
-, Hugh (fl. early 17th cent., ? another),
-, Jasper,
-, John (fl. 17th cent.),
-, John (fl. 1828),
-, Justinian,
-, Ric. (d.1758),
-, Ric. (d.1804),
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wellington:
-, Eliz.,
-, Geo.,
-, (later Cary), Jas.,
-, fam.,

Wells:
-, Edw.,
-, Ezra,
-, Rob.,
-, Sarah, w. of Ezra,

Wengham, Hen. de, rector of Hanborough,

Wenman:
-, Anne, m. John FitzHerbert,
-, Phil., Vct. Wenman,
-, Ric. (d.1534),
-, Ric. (d.1690), Vct. Wenman,
-, Sir Thos. (d. c. 1557),
-, Thos. (fl. 1635),
-, Ursula, see Giffard
-, fam.,

Wentworth:
-, Anne, later Baroness Wentworth, m.
-, John, Ld. Lovelace,
-, Anne, m. Wm. Conolly,
-, Anne, w. of Thos., see Johnson
-, Henrietta, m. Hen. Vernon,
-, Lucy,
-, Thos., earl of Strafford,

Werge, Thos.,

Wesley:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Wesleyans, see Methodists

Wessex, kings of, and see Cynewulf; Ethelred

West:
-, Eliz.,
-, -,

West End, see Stanton Harcourt

West Midland Rly.,

West Oxfordshire district,
-, council,

Westall, Jerome, mayor of Woodstock,

Westbury (unspecified), chaplain of, see
-, Robert

Westminster, see
-, London

Weston:
-, Eliz., see Phipps
-, John,
-, Phipps,
-, fam.,

Weston, South,

Weston-on-the-Green,

Wetherill, Rob.,

wharfinger,

Wharton:
-, Phil., duke of Wharton,
-, Thos., Ld. Wharton,
-, and see Warton

Whateley, Thos.,

Wheate:
-, Sir John Thos.,
-, Sir Thos. (d.1721),
-, Sir Thos. (d.1746),

Wheatfield:
-, Hen. of,
-, Isabel, w. of Rob., m. Rob. de
-, Eversci,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Wheatfield,

Wheeler:
-, Joan, w. of Thos., m. Chris. Ford,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Mrs.,

wheelwrights,

Whetton, Thos., and his w. Hannah,

Whigs,

whipping post,

White:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz. (fl. 1524),
-, Eliz. (fl. 1666),
-, Eliz. (fl. 1782),
-, Hen.,
-, Jacob,
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, -,
-, fam.,

Whitechapel, see
-, London

Whitehall, Rob., vicar of Stanton Harcourt,

Whitehill:
-, Marg.,
-, Rob.,
-, fam.,

Whitehill, see Tackley

Whiteknights, see Reading (Berks.)

Whitelocke, see Whitlock

whitesmiths, see metal industry :smiths

Whiting, Rob.,

Whitley, John,

Whitlock (Whitelocke):
-, Fred., and his w. Blanche,
-, Sir Jas., recorder of Woodstock,
-, Thos.,

Whitney, Brooke,

Whitsun ales, see customs

Whitton:
-, Geo., mayor of Woodstock,
-, Joan, w. of Owen,
-, John,
-, Nic.,
-, Owen,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wickson, fam.,

Widdows (Widdowes):
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Wigfrith (fl. 904),

Wiggins:
-, John.,
-, fam.,

Wigmore (Herefs.),

Wigson, John,

Wilberforce, Sam., bp. of Oxford,

Wilcot (Wilts.), see Oare

Wilcote:
-, Wm. of (fl. 1103),
-, Wm. of (fl. 1333), rector of Wilcote,

Wilcote,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, ch.,
-, ct.,
-, curates,
-, dom. archit.,
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, glebe,
-, green,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, nonconf.,
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rectors,
-, roads,
-, roads to,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, tithes,
-, Wilcote Grange,
-, woodland,
-, and see Leigh, North : Wilcote Ho.

Wilcotes:
-, Eliz., see Trillowe
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Wykeham,
-, Isabel, m. John Barton,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Wild (Wyld):
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Wilkes:
-, Geo.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Wilkins:
-, John,
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,

Wilkinson:
-, Geo.,
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,

Willement, Thos.,

William II,

William III,

William, king of Scots,

William son of Peter (d. by 1295),

William son of Peter (fl. 1316),

William son of Ralph,

William son of Richard,

William the chamberlain,

William the cooper,

William the fisherman,

William (fl. 1086),

William (fl. c. 1240),

William, And. s. of, see Andrew

William, Peter s. of, see Peter

Williams:
-, Adin,
-, Eliz., w. of Thos.,
-, Sir John (fl. 1543),
-, John (fl. 1662), town clerk of Wood-
-, stock,
-, John (d.1681), s. of above, town
-, clerk of Woodstock,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos., mayor of Woodstock,
-, fam.,

Williamscot:
-, Hen. of,
-, Ric. of (d. by 1279),
-, Ric. of (fl. 1279),
-, Ric. of (fl. 1319),
-, Sibyl, see Saussay

Williamscot (in Cropredy),

Willicote (in Quinton, Glos.),

Willis:
-, Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1593),
-, John (fl. 1595, ? same as above),

Wilmot, John, earl of Rochester,

Wilsden:
-, Edw.,
-, Geo.,
-, fam.,

Wilsey (extraparochial),

Wilsford (Wilts.), see Lake

Wilson:
-, Jas.,
-, Wm. Wynne, rector of Hanborough,

Wilton, Jos.,

Wilts, Edw.,

Wiltshire, and see Combe,
-, Castle; Fonthill Gifford; Inglesham; Lacock; Lake; Ludwell;
-, Oare; Ramsbury; Salisbury; Swindon; Warminster

Wimbledon (Surr.),

Wimpey Construction Co.,

wimpler,

Winch, Ric.,

Winchcombe, Ric.,

Winchester:
-, ctss. of, see FitzParnel, Marg.
-, earls of, see Quincy

Winchester, diocese,
-, bps., and see Cooper, Thos.;
-, Ponet; Roches; Waynflete;
-, Wykeham, Wm.

Winder, Wm.,

Windrush, riv.

Windsor (Berks.),
-, wine merchants, see vintners

Winter:
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,
-, --,

Wintle:
-, Revd. Rob.,
-, the Misses,
-, fam.,

Wisdom:
-, Eliz., see Martin
-, Rob.,
-, Sim.,

Wise:
-, Edw.,
-, Frank,
-, Hen. (fl. 1706),
-, Hen. (d.1738),
-, Hugh,
-, John,
-, Marg.,
-, Sam.,
-, Steph.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1504), mayor of Woodstock,
-, Wm. (fl. 1611),
-, Wm. (fl. 1737),
-, fam.,

Witney,
-, as address,
-, bdy.,
-, carriers to,
-, chars.,
-, Curbridge,
-, Hailey,
-, Langel common,
-, mkt.,
-, nonconf.,
-, rly.,
-, roads to,
-, schs.,
-, trade and ind.,
-, Witney Pk.,

Witney poor law union,

Witney rural district,

Witney urban district council,

Witt, Jas. de,

woad, see crops

Wolfson, Chas., Charitable Trust,

Wolsey, Thos., cardinal,

Wolvercote,
-, adv.,
-, agric.,
-, bdy.,
-, brickworks,
-, bridges,
-, chaplains,
-, chars.,
-, chs.,
-, cts.,
-, curates,
-, Cutteslowe, q.v.
-, dom. archit.,
-, Duke's Cut, see Oxford canal
-, farms,
-, fields,
-, fisheries,
-, Fries (Frize), see Eaton, Water
-, glebe,
-, glebe ho.,
-, Godstow, q.v.
-, greens,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, King's Weir, q.v.
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mills,
-, paper mill,
-, nonconf.,
-, par. council,
-, par. officers,
-, Pixey Mead, q.v.
-, place name,
-, poor relief,
-, Port meadow, see Oxford
-, pop.,
-, prehist. rem.,
-, rly.,
-, rectors,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, streets,
-, trade and ind.,
-, tithes,
-, Twisdelowe, see Cutteslowe
-, vestry,
-, vicarage ho.,
-, vicars,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, Wolvercote, Lower,
-, Wolvercote, Upper,

Wolverhampton (Staffs.),

Wood:
-, A. J.,
-, Agnes at,
-, Ant.,
-, Eliz.,
-, John,
-, Thos. (d.1692),
-, Thos. (fl. 1774),

Wood Lane,

Woodeaton,

Woodforde, Jas.,

Woodhill (Woodhull):
-, Ant.,
-, fam.,

woodland, see coppicing; Wychwood
-, forest; and under names of particular places

Woodley, John,

Woodstock:
-, Amisius of,
-, And. of, rector of Combe,
-, Edw. of, see Edward
-, Hen. of, rector of Combe and Hanborough,
-, John of,
-, Thos. of, duke of Gloucester, see
-, Thomas
-, Thos. of, vicar of Cassington,

Woodstock, assize of,

Woodstock, bailiwick of,

Woodstock (New Woodstock), borough,
-, almshos.,
-, Ancient Ho.,
-, armour,
-, arms (heraldic),
-, as address,
-, assembly rooms,
-, banks, see Woodstock : trade and ind.
-, Bartholomew Ho.,
-, Bishop's Ho., see Woodstock : rectory ho.
-, Black Hall,
-, borough officers,
-, alderman, office of,
-, chamberlains,
-, constables,
-, coroners,
-, high stewards,
-, mayors, and see
-, Andrews, Ric.; Aynger; Banbury, G. G.; Baron; Bobart,Gamaliel; Brooks, Jos.; Brotherton, John; Coles, Geo.; Cornwell, Wm.; Crossley, John;
-, Fletcher, John; Glover, Thos.;
-, Grantham, Thos.; Hawkins, R.
-, B. B.; Hinton, Ric.; Mavor;
-, Metcalfe, Hen.; Painter, Thos.;
-, Parker, Miles; Westall; Whitton,
-, Geo.; Williams, Thos.; Wood
-, stock : feasts (mock mayor-making)
-, recorders, n; and see Lenthall, Wm.; Littleton
-, serjeants-at-mace,
-, town clerks, and see Hawkins, R. B. B.;
-, Hiorne, Edm.; North, Hen. and
-, Hen. J.; Rawlins; Ryves, Edw.;
-, Walker, Thos.; Williams, John
-, (fl. 1662) and John (d.1681)
-, bdy.
-, bridge (causeway)
-, wooden bridge,
-, bylaws
-, castle
-, cemeteries
-, chant.
-, property,
-, St. Margaret's,
-, St. Mary's,
-, chap. of St. John
-, chars.
-, charters and privileges
-, Chaucer's Ho.
-, ch.
-, bldg.,
-, property,
-, cinemas
-, clubs and societies
-, cockpit
-, community centre
-, corporation
-, finance,
-, muniments,
-, property, corporation
-, meadows,
-, and see Woodstock : municipal
-, bldgs.
-, seals and insignia,
-, council
-, cts.
-, Cromwell Ho.
-, crosses,
-, curates (chaplains ministers),
-, Dogkennel Ho., see Woodstock : Woodstock Ho.
-, dom. archit.
-, electricity supply
-, fairs
-, farm (fee farm rent)
-, feasts and carnivals
-, civic ceremonies,
-, mock mayor-making,
-, fires and firefighting,
-, Fletcher's Ho.,
-, freemen (commonalty),
-, disfranchisement,
-, foreign freemen,
-, honorary freemen,
-, gas supply,
-, gates and bars,
-, guild hall, see Woodstock : municipal bldgs.
-, Hensington Ho., and see Hensington
-, Hope Ho.,
-, hospitals (medieval),
-, inns,
-, Angel, Old,
-, Angel, New,
-, Bear,
-, Bull,
-, Crown,
-, Feathers,
-, King's Arms,
-, King's Head,
-, Marlborough Arms (George),
-, Star,
-, White Hart,
-, Woodstock Arms,
-, J.P.s
-, King John's cottages
-, libraries,
-, Literary Institute
-, Little (Round) Town
-, M.P.s
-, Magdalen Ho.
-, man., see Woodstock manor
-, mkts.,
-, clerks of,
-, mills, see Woodstock, Old
-, municipal bldgs.,
-, Penniless Bench,
-, shambles (mkt. ho.),
-, town (guild) hall,
-, town office,
-, wool barn,
-, nonconf.
-, par. officers,
-, parl. rep., and see
-, Woodstock : M.P.s
-, pest hos.,
-, place name,
-, police,
-, poor relief,
-, pop.,
-, prisons,
-, public health, and see
-, Woodstock : pest hos.
-, punitive instruments,
-, races, and see
-, Woodstock Park : racecourserly.,
-, rector, and see Bladon : rectors
-, rectory ho. (Bishop's Ho.),
-, roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, Round Town, see Woodstock : Little
-, Town
-, royal visits,
-, schs.,grammar sch.,
-, Spencer Court,
-, streets,
-, repair and cleansing,
-, lighting,
-, theatre,
-, tithes,
-, tolls,tourism,
-, town hall, see Woodstock : municipalbldgs.
-, trade and ind.,
-, banks,
-, gloving,
-, factories,
-, shops,
-, steel ind.,
-, tree-planting,
-, vestry,
-, Volunteers,
-, water supply and drainage,
-, weights and measures,
-, woolbeam,

Woodstock (Dogkennel) Ho.,
-, workho., and see Woodstock poor law union

Woodstock, Old,
-, agric.,as address,bdy.,bridge,ch.,cts.,dom. archit.,farms,fields,fisheries,green,hosp. of Holy Cross,inc.,inns,man.,
-, Manor Fm. (Praunce's Place),mills,nonconf.,par. officers,pop.,
-, Praunce's Place, see Woodstock Old :
-, Manor Fm.
-, roads,roads to,schs.,trade and ind.,glove factories,tithes,water supply and drainage,

Woodstock, and District Electrical Distribution Co.,

Woodstock Churchmen's Union,

Woodstock Gaslight & Coke Co.,

Woodstock Glove Co.,

Woodstock Leathercraft Co.,

Woodstock manor (honor),
-, cts.,
-, ct. hos.,
-, man. ho., see Woodstock Park : king's hos.
-, officers,
-, bailiffs, farmers, keepers,
-, stewards, lieutenants,

Woodstock Park,
-, agric., and see Woodstock
-, Park : meadows
-, bdy.,
-, Combe leys, see Combedeer,browsing,
-, Everswell, see Woodstock Park : Rosamund's bowerfishponds and fisheries,
-, Queen Pool,gates,
-, Park (Town) gate,
-, Hensgrove,
-, High Pk.,
-, king's hos. (Woodstock Manor, royal palace),
-, chant.,
-, chaps.,
-, chaplain,
-, conduit,
-, keepers,
-, serjeanties,
-, siege,
-, Little Pk.
-, lodges
-, Bladon (Hensgrove),
-, Gorrel,
-, High,
-, New,
-, Straights,
-, meadowsmenagerie,
-, mill
-, New Pk.
-, officers
-, comptrollers (surveyors),
-, farmers,
-, parkers (keepers),
-, rangers,
-, stewards,
-, poaching
-, quarries
-, Queen's Pk.
-, racecourse and see Woodstock : races
-, Rookswood
-, Rosamund's bower (Everswell)
-, royal visits
-, Straights the,
-, stud
-, walls
-, warrens
-, woodland
-, nurseries,outwoods,
-, and see Woodstock Park : Hensgrove and Rookswood
-, and see Blenheim Park

Woodstock poor law union,
-, workho.,

Woodstock Power Syndicate,

Woodstock Press,

Woodstock Railway Co.,

Woodstock rural deanery,

Woodstock rural district,

Woodstock rural sanitary district,

Woodstock way,

Woodville, Eliz., queen of Edw. IV,

Woodward:
-, Edgar,
-, Thos.,fam.,

Woodyer, H.,

wool,
-, merchants, staplers, and woolmen,
-, staple,
-, trade,
-, and see drapers : woollendrapers; textile industry; Woodstock : municipal bldgs. (wool barn) and weights and measures (woolbeam)

Wootten & Co.,

Wootton,
-, agric.,bdy.,
-, Dornford,
-, fields,
-, Hordley,
-, inc.,
-, man.,
-, rectors,
-, roads to,
-, Stratford bridge,
-, Wootton Sarts,

Wootton district highway board,

Wootton hundred,
-, cts.,

Wootton South petty sessional division,

Worcester,
-, bps. of, see Eahlhun; Prideaux, John;
-, Waerfrith; Wakefield, Hen.

Worcester College, Oxford,

Worcestershire, and see Colmers; Droitwich; Evesham; Malvern College; Kidderminster;
-, Kyre Wyard; Overbury; Stoke
-, Bliss; Worcester

Worden, Thos.,


-, workhouses, see Bladon; Cogges;
-, Combe; Hanborough; Kidlington;
-, Leigh, North; Leigh, South; Stan-ton Harcourt; Woodstock poor lawunion

Worminghall (Bucks.),

Worton (in Cassington),
-, agric.,bdy.,cts.,farms,fields,heath,inc.,inns,man.,poor relief,pop.,roads,trade and ind.,tithes,water supply,woodland,

Worton, Nether,

Wren, Sir Chris.,
-, wrestling,

Wright:
-, Abraham,
-, Jas.,
-, Jane, see Stone
-, John (fl. 1553),
-, John (fl. 1584, another),
-, Ric. (fl. 1564),
-, Ric. (fl. 1638),
-, Ric., s. of above,
-, Ric. (fl. 1660, ? another),
-, Wm.,
-, Mr.,
-, writs return of,

Wulfred, abp. of Canterbury,

Wyard:
-, Eliz., m. Sir John de Herle,
-, John,
-, Sir Rob.,

Wyatt:
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Mary, m. Ric. Cross,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1749),
-, Thos., s. of above,
-, Messrs., builders,
-, Mr.,fam.,

Wychwood forest,
-, bdy.,
-, 'new forest',officers,regard of,

Wycliffe Hall, Oxford,

Wykeham:
-, Eliz., see Wilcotes
-, Thos. (fl. 1392), see Perrott
-, Thos. (d.1443),
-, Wm. (d.1404), bp. of Winchester,
-, Wm. (fl. 1445),fam.,

Wyld, see Wild

Wynflaed (fl. mid 10th cent.),

Wytham, Rob. of,

Wytham (formerly Berks.),

Wytham Hill,

Wytheg, Wm. at,

Yale, David,
-, yardlands size of,

Yarnold, Wm.,

Yarnton,
-, adv.,agric.,as address,bdy.,chaplains,chars.,ch.,cts.,curates,dom. archit.,farms,feast,fields,
-, Fries (Frize), and see Eaton,
-, Water
-, green,
-, inc.,
-, inns,
-, man.,
-, man. ho.,
-, mill,nonconf.,par. council,par. officers,
-, Pixey mead, q.v.place name,poor relief,pop.,prehist. rem.,rly.,rectory est.,roads,roads to,
-, Rom. Cath.,
-, Rom. rem.,
-, schs.,
-, streets,trade and ind.,tithes,vestry,vicarage ho.,vicars, and see Hawkins, Ric.; Hutchinson;
-, Thomas, Vaughan; Tozervillage hall,water supply and drainage,

Yate:
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1570),
-, Thos. (fl. 1611),

Yateman, Wm.,

Yelford,

Yenn, John,

Yeovil (Som.),

York, duke of, see Edward; James II

York:
-, abps. of, see Blanch; Grey, Wal. de;
-, Harcourt, Edw. Vernon; Neville, Geo.
-, St. Mary's abbey,

Yorkshire, see Castle Howard; cattle;
-, Pontefract

Yorkshire stone,

Young:
-, Art.,
-, Wm. (d.by 1841),
-, Wm. (fl. 1843),fam.,

Yule, Hen., rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell,

Zouche:
-, Alan la (d.1270),
-, Alan la (d.1314), Ld. Zouche,
-, Helen, see Quincy
-, Maud, m. Rob. Holand, Ld. Holand,



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