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'Index: A-J', A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 5: Hendon, Kingsbury, Great Stanmore, Little Stanmore, Edmonton Enfield, Monken Hadley, South Mimms, Tottenham (1976), pp. 381-401. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=27000 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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Among the abbreviations used in the index, sometimes with the addition of an s to indicate plurality, the following may need elucidation: agric., agriculture; Alb., Albert; alms-ho., alms-house; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; bt., baronet; Bart., Bartholomew; Benj., Benjamin; bp., bishop; bd., board; boro., borough; Bros., Brothers; bldr., builder; bldg., building; Capt., Captain; Cath., Catherine; Cathm., Catholicism; chars., charities; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; chs., churches; Coll., College; Col., Colonel; cttee., committee; co., company; ctss., countess; ct., court; Dan., Daniel; dau., daughter; dom., domestic; Edm., Edmund; educ., education; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; Ern., Ernest; fam., family; Fran., Francis; Fred., Frederick; gdning., gardening; Gen., General; Geof., Geoffrey; geol., geology; Geo., George; Gilb., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; hosp., hospital; ho., house; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; jr., junior; Kath., Katharine; Laur., Laurence; libr., library; Lond., London; ld., lord; man., manor; mchss., marchioness; Marg., Margaret; mkt., market; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; mus., museum; Nat., Nathaniel; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; Pet., Peter; Phil., Philip; pop., population; pub., public; q.v., quod vide; rly., railway; Reg., Reginald; Revd., Reverend; Ric., Richard; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom., Roman; Sam., Samuel; sch., school; sr., senior; svces., services; Sim., Simon; soc., social or society; s., son; sta., station; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Vct., Viscount; Wal., Walter; wid., widow; w., wife; Wm., William; wkho., workhouse; wks., works

Abbott:
-, Art. Rob.,
-, Chas., Ld. Tenterden,
-, John, Ld. Tenterden,

Abercorn, earl and marquesses of, see Hamilton

Aberdeen, earl of, see Hamilton-Gordon

Abernethy, John,

Abingdon, John of,

Abraham, F.,

Abrahams, Mr. (fl. 1790),

Absalom, priest,

Acorn Products (later Acorn Aluminium Products),

Acton:
-, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Whitmore,
-, Sir Wm., bt.,

Acton,

Acton Brick Co.,

Ada, dau. of David, earl of Huntingdon, m. Hen. de Hastings,

Adams:
-, Fran.,
-, Maurice, architect,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Adderley:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Adelaide, queen of Wm. IV,

Adelize, sister of Wm. I,

Adolphus Frederick, duke of Cambridge,

Adrian IV, Pope,

Aerators Ltd. (Sparklets),

Affebrigge, John de,

Affeyte (La Feyte):
-, Alice, see Pelyndon
-, Cecily,
-, Hen. de,
-, Joan,

Agard, Wal.,

Agate, Jas.,

Age, Wm.,

Aguillon:
-, Isabel, m. Hugh Bardolf, Ld. Bardolf,
-, Marg., see Rivers
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

aircraft industry,

Aircraft Manufacturing Co. (Airco),

Aircraft-Marine Products (G.B.), later AMP of Great Britain,

Aislabie, John (d. 1742),

Ajax Motor & Engineering Co.,

Akenside, Mark,

Alan, ld. of Galloway,

Albany, duchess of, see Helene

Albemarle:
-, dukes of, see Monck
-, earl of, see Keppel

Albert, Prince,

Albini, Ric. de, abbot of St. Albans,

Albion Food Mills,

Albold (fl. 1086),

Aldenham, Wm. of,

Aldenham (Herts.),

Aldenham Bus Works,

Alder:
-, Miss E. H.,
-, J. S., architect,

Aldersey's glass mill,

Alexander I, czar of Russia,

Alexandra Palace, in Wood Green,
-, rly. sta.,

Alfred, King, n

Algar,

All Souls College, Oxford,
-, warden and fellows, see Hovenden; Strensham; Warner

Allen:
-, Thos.,
-, fam., n

Allied Hospital Benevolent Soc.,

Allsop:
-, John,
-, John Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Almack, Revd. Wm.,

Alston:
-, Judith, wid. of Penning,
-, Penning,

Amalgamated Plastics Leaside Works,

Amherst, Wm. Pitt, Earl Amherst,

Amis, Kingsley,

Amwell (Herts.),

Anabaptists,

Anderson:
-, John Wm.,
-, Rob.,
-, Wm.,

Andrews:
-, Eusebius,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Mr. (fl. c. 1800),

Anesty:
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Angel Road, in Edmonton:
-, chs.,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, and see Edmonton, Upper

Angell, Rebecca,

Anglo-Catholicism, see ritualism and
-, high-church practices

Anjou, Marg. of, see Margaret

Annandale, ld. of, see Bruce, Rob. de

Annesley:
-, Jasper,
-, Joan, w. of Jasper,
-, John,

Ansgar the staller,

Aragon, Cath. of, see Catherine

Arbon, Jas.,

Archer, Rose,

architects, see Adams; Alder; Ashwell; Ayrton; Baillie; Baines; Banfield; Barker; Barker and Kirk; Benson; Bethell; Binyon; Blomfield; Blore; Bodley; Boughton; Briggs; Brooks; Brown, Sir John and W. E. and F.; Burchett; Bury; Butterfield; Caroë; Caroë and Passmore; Carpenter; Carter; Chambers; Christian; Clarke; Clutton; Colcutt; Comper; Cranfield; Craze; Crickmer; Curtis; Curzon; Cutts, J. E. K. and J. P.; Dawber; Dawkes and Hamilton; Derick; Dixon-Spain; Dobb; Dollar; Eden; Ellis; Essex; Eylson and Long; Faber; Farey; Farrow; Ferry and Wallen; Figgis; Fletcher; Forrest; Forsyth; George; Gibbs; Glanfield; Goldie; Goldie and Child; Grant; Green; Habershon, W. G. and E.; Habershon and Pite; Hamp; Hart; Harwood; Hayne; Henderson; Henson; Hodson and Whitehead; Holden; Hornblower; Houchin; Hurst; James; Jennett; Johnson; Kaye; Kendall; Kingwell; Knowles; Lapidge; Laws; Lee, Frank and J. T.; Lidbetter; Lochner; Lucas; Luder; Lugar; Lutyens; Lyons; Mackmurdo; Marchant; Martin-Smith; Masey; Matthews; Mee; Mitchell; Mitchell and Bridgewater; Moffat; Moore; Morris; Moye; Mulvey; Mumford; Nash; Neve; Newman & Newman; Page; Paine; Parker; Paull; Paull and Bonella; Pearce; Pearson; Phillips; Plumbe; Pouget; Price; Pugin; Quennell; Reeves; Richardson; Riley; Roberts; Robertson; Rochford; Rowntree; St. Aubyn; Salter; Salvin; Savage; Scott, Geo. Gilb. (later Sir Gilb.), Sir Giles Gilb., John Oldrid, T. H. B., and W. Gilbee; Searles; Sears; Seely and Paget; Shaw; Shepherd; Sherman; Shum; Sinnott; Smith, T. Rog.; Stenning; Stern; Sterrett; Stone, Nic. and Percy; Street; Talman; Tasker; Taylor, Sir Rob. and T. H.; Teulon; Thornhill; Thorpe; Tite; Trobridge; Unwin; Vanbrugh; Vardy; Voysey, C. Cowles and C. F. A.; Wallace; Ware; Warre; Waterhouse; Watson; Webb, Phil. and Wm.; Welch; Welch and Lander; Williamson; Wilson, J. B. and T. M.; Yeates

Ardesoif, John,

Ardynton, Thos.,

Armagh:
-, abp. of, see Hoadly
-, dean of, see Wood

Armstrong:
-, Benj. John, minister of Little Stanmore,
-, Edm.,

Arnold, miller,

Arnold:
-, Mat., poet,
-, Ric.,

Arnos Grove (Arnolds), see Southgate, mans. and other estates

Artizans', Labourers' and General
-, Dwellings Co.,

Arundel, earl of, see FitzAlan

Ashby:
-, Edw.,
-, Wm. Harrison,

Ashby's Plating Works,

Ashley, Joan,

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford,

Ashton:
-, Mary, see Ewer
-, Wm.,

Ashwell, Thos., architect,

Ashwell (Herts.),

Aske:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz., m. Thos. Frowyk,
-, Marg., see Francis
-, fam.,

Askew:
-, Alice, see Grimston
-, Sir Chris.,
-, Eliz., see Asplyn
-, Fran.,
-, Geof.,
-, J.,
-, Nic.,
-, Ric.,

Asplyn:
-, Eliz., wid. of John, m. 2 Geof. Askew,
-, John,

assarting,

Assemblies of God,

assizes of bread and ale,

Associated Leisure,

Aston, Sir Rog.,

Aston, North (Oxon.),

Atcheson, Hen., curate of Kingsbury,

Atkins (Atkyns):
-, Sir Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Atkinson, Fran.,

Atlas Lamp Works,

Atlas Lighting,

Atule, Edmer,

Atwood, John,

Aucher:
-, Sir Ant.,
-, Hester, see Collet

Audley:
-, Hen.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sir Thos., Ld. Audley,

Augustus Fred., duke of Sussex,

Aunsel:
-, Christine, see Haye
-, Wm.,

Austell, Bridget,

Austen:
-, John,
-, Sir John, M. P.,

Austin the mercer,

Austin (later British) Motor Co.,

Avery:
-, John,
-, Norton,
-, Wm.,
-, -, of Basinghall,

Aylesford, ctss. of, see Finch

Aylotte, Sir Jos., bt.,

Aylward (Ayleworth):
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Ayrton, Maxwell, architect,

B. B. C.,

Babbage, Chas.,

Backhouse:
-, Nic.,
-, Sam.,

Bacon (Bacun):
-, John (fl. 1284),
-, John, jr. (fl. 1791),

Bagutti, -, plasterer,

Bailey (Bayley):
-, Edw.,
-, Hugh, vicar of Hendon,
-, Nic.,

Baillie, Scott, architect,

Baines, Frank, architect,

Baines, Geo., and Son, architects,

Baird:
-, John Logie,
-, Mrs.,

Bake, Jas.,

Baker:
-, Barrington,
-, Hen.,
-, Wm. (d. 1824),
-, Wm. (d. c. 1844),
-, Wm. Rob.,

Baker Street and Silver Street, in Enfield,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Bates,
-, Blakes,
-, Enfield Court,
-, Fox Hall,
-, Gough Park,
-, Holmwood,
-, Lee Ho. (Gothic Hall),
-, Mortimers Farm,
-, Pattensweir,
-, Rectory,
-, Vicarage,
-, White Lodge,
-, Woodcock Hall,
-, growth,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Hop Poles,
-, Old Fighting Cock,

Bakerloo line and see Metropolitan Railway,

Baldwin, Wal.,

Ballard, Revd. Geo.,

Ballett:
-, Joan, wid. of John, m. 2 Sir Jas. Price,
-, John,

Balliol:
-, Devorgild (Devorguilla) de, see Devorgild
-, John de, king of Scotland,
-, John de,

Balliols, see Tottenham, mans. and other estates

ballooning,

Banbury, John,

Banfield, Ern. W., & Son, architects,

Baptists,

Baptist Union, and see Old Baptist Union

Barber:
-, Edw., & Co.,
-, Thos.,

Barclay:
-, Jemima Stewart,
-, Revd. Wm.,
-, fam.,

Barclays (formerly London and Provincial) Bank,

Bardolf:
-, Hugh, Ld. Bardolf,
-, Isabel, see Aguillon
-, Joan, m. Wm. Phelip, Ld. Bardolf,
-, John, Ld. Bardolf,
-, Thos., Ld. Bardolf,

Bardolf, Ld., see Bardolf; Phelip

Barker:
-, A. Rowland, architect,
-, Hen.,
-, M.,

Barker and Kirk, architects,

Barkham:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1634), ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Sir Edw., bt. (d. 1667),
-, Sir Edw., bt. (d. 1711),
-, Mrs. Jane,
-, Mary, see Wilcox
-, Sir Rob. (d. 1661),
-, Rob. (fl. 1661),
-, Sir Rob., bt. (d. c. 1701),
-, Sir Wm., bt.,
-, fam.,

Barking, Ric. of, abbot of Westminster,

Barking (Essex),

Barley, John,

Barnardo, Thos.,
-, Dr. Barnardo's Homes,

Barnes, Sir Edw.,

Barnet (including Mimms Side), in Chipping Barnet (Herts.) and South Mimms,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, John Hasilwood's alms-hos.,
-, Leathersellers' alms-hos.,
-, educ.,
-, Queen Elizabeth's grammar sch. (later in South Mimms),
-, group hosp. management cttee.,
-, growth,
-, guild,
-, halls and institutes,
-, highway district,
-, incumbents, and see Myers; Pennefather
-, ind.,
-, local board district,
-, Lond. boro., arms,
-, man.,
-, mkts. and fairs,
-, nonconf.,
-, poor law union, wkho.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Blue Bell,
-, Green Dragon,
-, Green Man,
-, Hart's Horns,
-, King of Prussia (later King George),
-, Rising Sun,
-, Robin Hood,
-, Roebuck,
-, Sebright Arms,
-, White Lion,
-, rural district,
-, rural sanitary district,
-, urban district, council,
-, urban sanitary district,

Barnet, battle of,

Barnet, Chipping (Herts.),
-, chars.,
-, incumbent, see Taylor
-, mans.,

Barnet, East (Herts.),
-, incumbent, see Taylor
-, mans.,
-, urban district,
-, council,
-, ward,

Barnet, Friern,
-, Colney Hatch lunatic asylum,
-, urban district,

Barnet, High (Herts.),

Barnet, New (Herts.),
-, rly. sta.,

Barnet and District Gas and Water Co.,

Barnet association,

Barnet Consumers' Gas Co.,

Barnet Ditches, brook,

Barnet Lime Co.,

Barnet Valley, East (Herts.):
-, local board,
-, urban district, council,
-, urban sanitary authority,

Barnet Water Co.,

Barnett:
-, Dame Henrietta,
-, (or Somry), Ric.,

Barningham Ltd.,

Barnville:
-, Eliz. (d. 1515), m. Sir Thos. Frowyk,
-, John de (fl. 1314),
-, John (d. by 1482),
-, fam.,

Barr, Geo.,

Barratt & Co., confectioners,

Barroneau:
-, Eliz., wid. of Fran.,
-, Fran.,
-, fam.,

Barrow, John, vicar of South Mimms and Sawbridgeworth,

Barry, Horace,

Bartelot, Thos.,

Bartholomew, vicar of Enfield,

Bartlett, Jas., bell-founder,

Barton:
-, Bernard,
-, Mr., assistant curate of Hendon,

Barton's Forge and Iron Works,

Barwick:
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Bassani, sch. of the,

Bassett, Geo., group, confectioners,

Bastick, Turpin,

Bate (later Bate Dudley), Hen.Sir Hen., bt.), (later

Bates:
-, Geo. Ferne, vicar of South Mimms,
-, Wm., vicar of Tottenham,

Bathurst:
-, Cath., m. Josias Ent,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, John,

Batley, Jeremiah, and his w. Grace,

Batt, Timothy, vicar of South Mimms,

Batters, Geo.,

Battersea (Surr.),
-, housing scheme,

Baxter:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm. (d. 1723),

Bayley, see Bailey

Baylis, John and Jas., crape manufacturers,

Bayne, Geo.,

Bazalgette, Sir Jos.,

Beachcroft, Mrs. Sarah,

Beale:
-, Joshua,
-, Mary, m. - Hobby,
-, Steph.,
-, fam.,

Beardmore Motors,

Beauchamp:
-, Anne, see Proctor
-, Ephraim,
-, John, later Ld. Beauchamp,
-, Lettice, wid. of Ephraim,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Wm., see Beauchamp-Proctor

Beauchamp-Proctor:
-, Sir Thos., bt.,
-, (formerly Beauchamp), Sir Wm., bt.,

Beaufort, Hen., bp. of Winchester
-, (d. 1447),

Beaufort, duke of, see Somerset

Beaumont:
-, Cath., w. of John, Vct. Beaumont,
-, Eliz., w. of John, Vct. Beaumont,
-, see Phelip
-, Eliz., w. of Wm., Vct. Beaumont, m. 2 John de Vere, earl of Oxford,
-, Hen., Ld. Beaumont (d. 1340),
-, n
-, Hen., Ld. Beaumont (d. 1413),
-, Joan, m. John Lovell, Ld. Lovell,
-, John, Ld. Beaumont (d. 1396),
-, John, Vct. Beaumont (d. 1460),
-, Lewis de, bp. of Exeter,
-, Wm., Vct. Beaumont,
-, fam.,

Becher, Wm.,

Beckett:
-, John,
-, Mary, w. of John, m. 2 Alex. Ward,
-, Mr. (fl. 1920),

Bedfont, East, see Hatton

Bedfordshire, see Biggleswade;Kempston; Luton; Luton Hoo; Tebworth

Bedwell, Wm., vicar of Tottenham,

Beech, Thos., and see Marsh

Beech Hill Park, see Enfield Chase, estates

Begg, Dr. David, and his wid.,

Bela, wid. of Austin the mercer,

Bell:
-, Neil, see Critten
-, Wm.,

Bell Brewery, Tottenham,

Bell brook, see Pymme's brook

bell-founders, see Bartlett; Butler;
-, Eldridge; Janaway; Knight, Ellis and Sam.; Lester and Pack; Mears; Mears and Stainbank; Newton; Phelps; Waylett; Weston; Wightman, Phil. and Wm.

Bellamy:
-, Hen.,
-, Marg., see Nicholl
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Belling & Lee,

Bellis, Geo.,

Bellowe, John,

Belucci, Antonio, painter,

Bendbow, Rog.,

Benet, -, draper,

Benfleet, South (Essex),
-, Poynetts estates,

Benington:
-, Idony, see Mocking ., Sim
-,

Bennett:
-, Jas.,
-, John,
-, John Jos.,

Benson, Rob., Ld. Bingley, architect,

Bentham, Jeremy,

Bentinck, Wm., earl of Portland,

Bentley:
-, Nat., 'Dirty Dick',
-, Dr. Thos.,

Bentley Heath, in South Mimms,
-, chs.,

Bentley Heath brook,

Bentley Priory, see Harrow Weald, mans. and other estates

Bereford:
-, John,
-, Wm.,

Bergh (Berewe, Burgh):
-, Ralph,
-, fam.,

Berkshire, see Fawley; Hurley; Streatley

Bernays:
-, Ern.,
-, Leopold John, rector of Elstree,
-, Leopold John, rector of Great Stanmore,
-, Mrs. N.,
-, fam.,

Berners, John,

Bernes, John, ld. mayor of Lond.,

Berney:
-, John,
-, Sarah, see Trench
-, Thos. Trench,

Berrowe, Anne,

Besant, Sir Wal.,

Best & Co.,

Beston, Godfrey de,

Beteress:
-, Lucy, w. of Wm.,
-, Lucy, m. John Bowry,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., s. of Wm.,

Bethell:
-, Chris.,
-, Frank, architect,

Bethnal Green,

Betoigne, David de,

Bevan:
-, David,
-, Fran. Augustus,
-, Rob. Cooper Lee,
-, fam.,

Beveridge, Wm.,

Bigg, A.,

Biggleswade (Beds.),

Billing, Hen.,

Billings, Wm.,

Billington, Thos.,

Bingley, Ld., see Benson

Binyon, Brightwen, architect,

Birch Bros.,

Birkbeck, Geo.,

Birkbeck Building Soc.,

Birkbeck Freehold Land Soc..

Birmingham Small Arms Co.,

Bischoffsheim, Hen.,

Bishop, John, curate of Kingsbury and later vicar of Willesden

Bishop of London's Fund,

Bishop's Stortford, see Stortford

Blackburn:
-, John (d. 1798),
-, John (fl. 1812),

Black Death,

Blackman, Keith, fan-manufacturers,

Blackwell, Thos.,

Blade, Thos., bldrs.,

Blagden, Rob.,

Blage:
-, Dorothy, wid. of Sir Geo.,
-, Sir Geo.,

Blake:
-, Sir Chas.,
-, Wm., poet,

Blanches, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates

Blechenham, Thos. of,

Blechenham, see Hendon, mans. and
-, other estates

Blois, Gervase of, abbot of West-
-, minster,

Blomfield:
-, Sir Art., architect,
-, Chas. Jas., bp. of London,

Bloore, G. H., Ltd.,

Blore, Edm., architect,

Blossom:
-, Agnes, w. of Rob.,
-, Rob.,

Blue House, see Hadley, Monken, mans. and other estates (Ludgrove)

Blue Ribbon Gospel Temperance Movement,

Blund (Blount, le Blount):
-, And.,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Hen., grandson of Sir Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1190),
-, John (fl. 1281), n,
-, John (fl. 1331),
-, Lucy, see Waleran
-, Rob. (fl. c. 1154-66),
-, Rob. (d. 1290),
-, Rog. (fl. c. 1086),
-, Sibyl, m. - le Venour,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Board, Edw.,

Bockenham:
-, Mary, m. 1 Thos. Lake, 2 Ric. May,
-, Wm.,
-, Dr. (fl. 1653),

Bocking:
-, Elisha,
-, Isabel, w. of Elisha,

Boddam:
-, Rawson Hart,
-, Col. Thos.,

Bodleian Library, Oxford,

Bodley, G. F., architect,

Boehm, J. E.,

Bohun:
-, Eliz. de, see Elizabeth
-, Hen. de, earl of Hereford,
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1275),
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1298),
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1322),
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford and Essex (d. 1361),
-, Humph. de, earl of Hereford, Essex, and Northampton (d. 1373),
-, Joan de, see FitzAlan
-, John de, earl of Hereford and Essex,
-, Mary de, see Mary
-, Maud de, see Mandeville

Bollaerts, Revd. C. W.,

Bolton:
-, Thos.,
-, Thos. John,
-, Wm., prior of St. Bartholomew's, Smithfield,
-, Mrs.,

Bond:
-, John,
-, -, m. Jos. Neeld,

Bonde (le Bounde):
-, Joan, see Wyrhale
-, John,
-, Sim.,
-, Thos.,

Bone, Nic.,

Bonner, Edm., bp. of London,

Booker, Eleazer, coach-bldr.,

Boot, Hen., & Sons,

Booth:
-, Dan.,
-, Sir Felix,
-, Geo.,
-, Vere,
-, Gen. Wm., Salvationist,
-, fam.,

Booth & Co., distillers,

Borough English, see tenure, copy-
-, hold

Bosanquet, Jas. Whatman,

Boswell, Jas.,

Botany Bay, hamlet in Enfield Chase,

Boteler:
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Hen., s. of Sir Hen.,
-, Ralph,

Boucher, Thos.,

Boudon, Rog., n

Boughton, Eric G., architect,

Boulton:
-, Abraham,
-, John,
-, Sim.,

Bounds brook,

Bounds Green, in Southgate and
-, Wood Green,
-, ch.,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,

Bourchier, Sir Thos.,

Bourne, Reuben,

Bournville (Worcs.),

Bowater:
-, Sir Noel, ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Ric. (d. 1726),
-, Ric. (fl. 1726),
-, Ric. (fl. 1786),
-, W. C.,
-, fam.,

Bowes (de arcubus), John,

Bowes, in Southgate,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Avondale Coll.,
-, Truro Ho.,
-, growth,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. ho., Cock,
-, ward,
-, and see Bowes Park; Edmonton, mans. and other estates

Bowes Park, in Southgate and Wood Green,
-, chs.,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, ward,
-, and see Bowes

Bowles:
-, Ann, see Garnault
-, Art. Humph.,
-, Chas.,
-, E. A.,
-, Col. H. F.,
-, Hen. Carrington,
-, Hen. Carrington Bowles,
-, Mary, see Galliard
-, fam.,

bowls,

Bowman:
-, Steven,
-, Wm.,

Bowry:
-, John,
-, Lucy, see Beteress

Bowyer:
-, Anne, m. Sir Wm. Smyth,
-, Sir Edm.,
-, John Wyndham,
-, Wm.,

boxing,

Boyd, Hugh,

Boys, Wm.,

Bradlaugh, Chas.,

Bradshaw:
-, John, regicide (d. 1659),
-, John (d. 1698),
-, Nic.,
-, fam.,

Braganza, Cath. of, see Catherine

Braithwaite, J. B. (later Sir John),

Brancaster:
-, Alan,
-, Gilb.,
-, Kath., m. John Farnborough,
-, Thos. of,
-, fam.,

Bray, Sir Reynold, chancellor of the
-, duchy of Lancaster,

Brembre, Nic., ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, n

Brenchley:
-, Isabel, see Rampton
-, Nic.,

Brent:
-, Allen,
-, John (fl. 1535),
-, John (fl. 1612),
-, Ric.,

Brent, Lond. boro. of,
-, arms,
-, wards,

Brent, riv.,

Brentford,

Brentford Gas Co.,

Brent Street, in Hendon,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Brent Bridge Ho.,
-, Hendon Ho.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. ho., Bell,
-, rly. sta.,

Brereton:
-, John, master of St. Bartholomew's hosp.,
-, Wm.,

Bret, John le,

Brethren,

Breton:
-, Eliab,
-, Eliz., see Wolstenholme

Brett:
-, Sir John,
-, Rob.,
-, Dr.,

Brewer, J. N.,

brewing,

Brewster, Geo. Twining,

Brian, Sir Thos.,

Brickhill, Joan,

brick-making,

Bridge, Rob.,

Bridgefoot, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates

Bridger, Wm., ld. mayor of Lond.,

Bridges, Wal., vicar of Enfield,

Bridgewater, see Mitchell

Bridgewater, brook,

Bridport, Vct., see Hood

Briggs:
-, Martin, architect,
-, Steph.,

Brightbrook, Wm.,

Brightiff, C. H., architect,

Brightley:
-, Joan, wid. of Wm. of,
-, Wm. of,

Brightwen, Mrs. Eliza,

Brikenden, John, vicar of South Mimms,
-,

Brimsdown, in Enfield,
-, growth,
-, ind.,
-, power sta.,
-, rly. sta.,

Brimsdown Castings,

Brimsdown Lead Works,

British and Foreign Schools Soc.,

British Bloodstock Agency,

British Broadcasting Corporation,
-, see B. B. C.

British Electric Resistance Co.,

British Empire Exhibition,

British Land Co.,

British Legion,

British Leyland,

British Motor Co., see Austin

British Museum (later Libr.) news-
-, paper repository,

British Oxygen Co.,

British Red Cross Soc.,

British Transport Commission,

British Waterways,

Brittany, John of, earl of Richmond,

Brixton Estate,

Broad:
-, Anne, see Kynaston
-, John,

Broadhead, Mrs.,

Brockley Hill, in Little Stanmore,

Broderip, Frances, see Hood

Broke, Wm.,

Brokesby, Bart.,

Brondesbury, in Willesden,

Brooke, Dame Joan,

Brookes:
-, Jane, see Colte
-, Nic.,

Brookmans Park (Herts.),

Brooks, Jas., architect,

Broomfield, John, n

Broomfield (Ho.), see Southgate, mans. and other estates

Brothby, -,

Brougham, Hen. Pet., Ld. Brougham and Vaux
-, ,

Broughton, Hugh,

Brown (Browne):
-, Abel,
-, Christine, see Waver
-, Dan.,
-, Hen.,
-, Jas.,
-, Sir John, architect,
-, John, s. of Wm.,
-, John, s. of Sir Wistan,
-, Lydia,
-, Mrs. Sarah Eleanor,
-, Thos.,
-, W. E. and F., architects,
-, Wm.,
-, Sir Wistan,

Browning:
-, Thos.,
-, Mr. (fl. 1822),

Brownlow, Ric.,

Broxbourne (Herts.),

Bruce:
-, Isabel de, see Isabel
-, Mary, m. Hen. Brydges,
-, Ric. de,
-, Rob. de, earl of Carrick, later king of Scotland,
-, Rob. de, ld. of Annandale (d. 1245),
-, Sir Rob. de (d. 1295),
-, Rob. de (d. 1304),

Bruce Castle, see Tottenham, mans. and other estates (Tottenham man.)

Bruces, see Tottenham, mans. and other estates

Brucian , sch. magazine,

Brun:
-, Wm. le (d. by 1293),
-, Wm. le (fl. 1293),

Brunetti, Gaetano, painter,

Bruno, Dr. Faa di,

Brunskill:
-, Ambrose,
-, Jane, m. Thos. Walton,

Bruton, Jas.,

Brydges:
-, Anna Eliz., m. Ric. NugentTemple-Grenville, Earl Temple, n,
-, Anne Eliza, w. of Jas., duke of Chandos,
-, Hen., marquess of Carnarvon and duke of Chandos,
-, Jas., marquess of Carnarvon and duke of Chandos (d. 1744), n,
-, Jas., marquess of Carnarvon and duke of Chandos (d. 1789),
-, Marg., see Nicholl
-, Mary, w. of Hen., see Bruce
-, Mary, w. of Jas., see Lake
-, fam.,

Bryson:
-, Archibald,
-, Archibald, s. of Archibald,

Buckeridge, Chas., painter,

Buckingham, dukes of, and see Grenville

Buckinghamshire, see Chesham; Eton Coll.

Buckle, Wm.,

Bucointe:
-, Adam,
-, Gillian, see Renger
-, Hen., s. of Adam,
-, Hen., s. of Hen.,
-, Humph.,
-, Joan, wid. of Hen.,
-, John,
-, Lucy, m. Waleran,
-, Ranulph,
-, Ranulph, s. of Hen.,
-, his daus.,
-, fam.,

Bukerel:
-, And., mayor of Lond., n
-, fam.,

Bulbeck, Thos.,

Bulkeley, Thos.,

Bull:
-, Dickens,
-, Frances,
-, Fran.,
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,
-, Kath., w. of John,
-, Kath., dau. of John,
-, Laur.,

Bull's Cross, in Enfield,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Bowling Green Ho.,
-, Bullsmoor Place,
-, Dairy Ho.,
-, Garnault,
-, Manor Ho.,
-, Myddelton Ho.,
-, Winterton Lodge,
-, growth,
-, pub. ho., Pied Bull,
-, ward,

Burchett, H. W., architect,

Burden, Hen.,

Burgess, Mrs. Eliza,

Burgess's Stores, Tottenham,

Burgh:
-, Christine de, see fitz Wauter
-, Nic.,
-, Raymond de,

Burghley, Ld., see Cecil

Burne, Gen. Rob.,

Burne-Jones, Sir Edw. C., see Jones

Burnell:
-, Anne, wid. of John, m. 2 - Rewse,
-, Anne, dau. of John, m. - Coo,
-, Barbara, wid. of John,
-, Eliz., m. - Webb,
-, Hester,
-, John (d. 1605),
-, John (d. c. 1623),
-, John (fl. 1664),
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Burnt Oak, in Hendon and Kings-
-, bury,
-, chs.,
-, educ.,
-, pop.,
-, rly. sta.,

Burr, fam.,

Burrough:
-, Eliz.,
-, John,

Burroughs, the, in Hendon,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Burroughs Ho.,
-, Grove Ho.,
-, educ.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. ho., White Bear,
-, Rom. Cathm.,

Burrows:
-, Geo.,
-, Hen. W., vicar of Edmonton and canon of St. Paul's,
-, John, incumbent of Monken Hadley and St. Clement Danes,

Burser, fam.,

Burt, Hen.,

Burton:
-, Joan, see Edward
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Bury:
-, Joan, w. of Wm.,
-, Marg., see Page
-, Ric.,
-, Thos. Talbot, architect,
-, Wm.,

Bury (Sayesbury), see Edmonton, mans. and other estates

Bury Street, in Edmonton,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Brook Ho.,
-, Bury Hall, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates, Bury (Sayesbury)
-, Bury Ho.,
-, Bury Lodge,
-, Fullers,
-, Montefiore's Place,
-, Salisbury Ho.,
-, Warren Lodge,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. ho., Stag and Hounds,
-, ward,

Bury Street stream (Hakebrook or Hobb Hale),

Bush Hill, in Edmonton,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, growth,
-, and see Bush Hill Park; Edmonton, mans. and other estates

Bush Hill Park, in Edmonton and
-, Enfield,
-, chs.,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, ward,
-, and see Bush Hill; Edmonton, farms and farm-houses and mans. and other estates

Bush Hill Park Co.,

Bushey (Herts.),
-, man.,

Bushey Heath (Herts.),

Busk, fam.,

Butcher, John,

Butler, Jas., bell-founder,

Butterfield, Wm., architect,

Butterwick, see Doget

Byllyngdon, John de,

Byng:
-, Eliz., wid. of Geo.; Vct. Torrington,
-, Geo., M.P. (d. 1789),
-, Geo., M.P. (d. 1847),
-, Geo., Vct. Enfield and earl of Strafford (d. 1886),
-, Geo. Hen. Chas., Vct. Enfield and earl of Strafford,
-, Harriet, w. of Geo.,
-, Admiral John,
-, Gen. Sir John, Vct. Enfield and earl of Strafford,
-, fam.,

Byrd, Wm., composer,

Cade, Hen.,

Caesar, Sir Julius,

Caesar's camp,

Callaway, T., n

Calton:
-, Ant.,
-, Wm.,

Cambridge, John,

Cambridge, duke of, see Adolphus Frederick

Cambridge, n,
-, rly. svces. to,
-, Trinity Coll., q.v.
-, University, professor of, see Sedgwick

Cambridgeshire, see Cambridge;
-, Thorney abbey

Camden, Wm.,

Camden, Earl, see Pratt

Camlet Moat, earthwork in Enfield Chase,

Campbell & Heath,

Campion, Edm.,

Candler:
-, Eliz., wid. of Ric.,
-, Ric.,

Canfield, Little (Essex), see Strood Hall farm

Canning, Eliz.,

Canning Town, Silvertown and Victoria Dock Freehold Land and Building Co.,

Cannon brewery,

Cannon Rubber,

Canon:
-, John (fl. 1425),
-, John (fl. 1471-86),

Canons, see Stanmore, Little, mans. and other estates

Canons Ltd.,

Canons Park Estate Co.,

Canteloup, Rog. de,

Canterbury:
-, abps., see Dunstan; Grindal; Laud; Walden, Rog.
-, archdeacon, see Chichele

Capel:
-, Edw.,
-, Sir Giles,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Sir Wm.,

Capons House, see Hadley, Monken, mans. and other estates

Cappadoce, Aaron,

Capper:
-, Mary,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,

Car Mart (later Kenning Car Mart),

Carbonell, John,

Carew:
-, Alice, see Stanford
-, Hen.,
-, Rog.,

Carnarvon:
-, mchnss. of, see Nicholl
-, marquess of, see Brydges

Carnegie, And.,

Caroë, W. D., architect,

Caroë, W. D., and Passmore, architects,
-,

Carpenter:
-, Amelia, see Chauncey
-, And., sculptor,
-, Miss F. C.,
-, Marg., m. Horatio Kemble,
-, R. H., architect,
-, Col. W. L.,

Carr, Wm.,

Carrick, earl of, see Bruce

Carrier, Bernard, incumbent of
-, Monken Hadley,

Carter:
-, Charlotte, see Rawlings
-, Christine, see Marsh
-, E. B., architect,
-, Geo.,
-, John (fl. 1403),
-, John (fl. 1773),
-, Wm.,

Carteret, Grace, see Granville

Cartwright, John,

Cass:
-, F. C. G., rector of Monken Hadley,
-, Fred.,
-, Fred. Chas., incumbent of Monken Hadley,

Cassini, Mr.,

Cassivellaunus,

Cass-Tewart, see Tewart

Castile, Eleanor of, see Eleanor

Castle:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Castlereagh, Vct., see Stewart

Catcher, fam.,

Catesby, Rob.,

Cathale (Herts.), priory,

Catherine (of Aragon), queen of Hen. VIII,

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

Catherine (Parr), queen of Hen. VIII,

Catherine (of Valois), queen of Hen. V
-, ,

Catherine Bourne, brook,

Catholic Apostolic Church,

Catnach, Jas.,

Cattalls, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates

Causton:
-, Edw., vicar of Enfield,
-, Wm.,

Caustons, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates
-,

Cave:
-, Cath., see Colte
-, Thos.,

Cavendish, Sir Wm.,

Cayzer, see Keyser

Cecil:
-, Jas., earl and marquess of Salisbury,
-, Jas. Brownlow Wm. Gascoyne-, marquess of Salisbury,
-, Ric.,
-, Rob., earl of Salisbury,
-, Rob. Art. Talbot Gascoyne-, marquess of Salisbury,
-, Rob. Art. Jas. Gascoyne-, Vct. Cranborne, later marquess of Salisbury,
-, Wm., Ld. Burghley,
-, n,
-, Wm., earl of Salisbury,
-, fam.,

Central Middlesex hospital group,

Chadwell (Herts.),

Chair, Rob.,

Chalkhill:
-, John (fl. 1393),
-, John, poet (fl. 1600),
-, John (fl. 1606, ? the same),
-, Jon (fl. 1479),
-, Jon or Eyan (d. 1605),
-, Jon or Eyan (s. of last),
-, Maud,
-, Pet.,
-, Ralph,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Chalkhill, see Kingsbury, mans. and other estates

Chamber:
-, Edw.,
-, Geof.,

chamberlain, Ric. the, see Richard

chamberlain, Wm. the, see William

Chambers:
-, Prof. R. W.,
-, Sir Wm., architect,

Champneys, Basil, architect,

Chandler:
-, Percival,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Chandos, dukes of, see Brydges; Grenville

Chanter and Harding, metal workers,

Chantrey, -,

chaplain, Wm. the, see William

Chaplin:
-, Fran.,
-, Joyce, w. of Fran.,

Chapman:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Sands,

Chapmans Green, in Wood Green, Elm Lodge,

Chapone, Hester,

charcoal,

Charing Cross Teaching Hospital group,

Charitable (later Savings) bank,

Charles I,

Charlton:
-, Alice, see Cornwall
-, Anne, see Somer
-, Eliz., see Francis
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Sir Thos., s. of Sir Thos.,

Charlton man., in Sunbury,

Charrington & Co.,

Charterhouse, Lond.,

Chase, the, see Enfield Chase

Chase Park, see Enfield, mans. and other estates

Chase Side, in Enfield,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Archway Ho.,
-, Brigadier Ho.,
-, Bycullah Park,
-, Cedars,
-, Fortescue Hall,
-, Gloucester Place,
-, Gordon Ho.,
-, Ivy Ho.,
-, Poplars,
-, Warwick Ho.,
-, Westwood Cottage,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. ho., Holly Bush,

Chatham, earl of, see Pitt

Chauncey (Chauncy):
-, Amelia, m. Col. W. L. Carpenter,
-, Chas. Snell,
-, Nat.,

Chauvel, Art., rector of Great Stanmore and canon of St. Paul's,

Cheere, Sir Hen., sculptor,

Cheeseman:
-, Agnes,
-, Rog.,

Chelsea,

Chemical Manure Co.,

Chenduit, Steph.,

Chenduit (Shendish), Langley, man., see Langley, Kings

Chenduit, Stanmore, man., see Stanmore, Little, mans. and other estates

Chesham (Bucks.),

Cheshire, Wm. (fl. 1525), ? curate of Kingsbury,

Cheshunt, of (or Fauconer):
-, Edm.,
-, Rob.,

Cheshunt (Herts.),
-, Cheshunt Coll.,
-, housing and council estates, see Edmonton priory,
-, Theobalds,

Chester, earls of, see Hugh; John the Scot

Chesterfield, earl of, see Stanhope

Chevalier, Alb.,

Cheverus, Jean-Louis-Anne-Madeleine Le Febvre de, cardinal,

Cheyney:
-, Anne, m. Sir John Parrott,
-, Frances,
-, Frideswide, see Frowyk
-, Kath.,
-, Sir Thos.,
-, Thos., s. of Sir Thos.,

Chichele, Thos., archdeacon of Canterbury,

Chigwell (Essex),

Child:
-, Clarissa Cecilia,
-, Frances, wid. of John Bonus,
-, Fran.,
-, John Bonus,
-, Rob.,
-, Sam.,
-, Susan,

Children's Adoption Soc.,

Childs, C. J.,

Childs Hill, in Hendon,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, educ.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, nonconf.,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Castle,
-, Red Lion,
-, rly. sta.,
-, special drainage district,
-, Rom. Cathm.,

Chilterne:
-, Adam de,
-, John de,
-, Maud, see Ford

Chingford (Essex),

Chippenham, Ric.,

Chipping Barnet (Herts.), see Barnet, Chipping

Chishul, John,

Chiswell, Edm. Muilman Trench,

Chitts Hill, in Wood Green,
-, ch.,
-, dom. bldg., Chitts Hill Ho.,
-, halls and institutes,

cholera,

Cholmley:
-, Jasper,
-, Sir Rog.,
-, Wm.,

Christadelphians,

Christian, Ewan, architect,

Christian Mobile Group,

Christian Scientists,

Christ's Coll., Cambridge, masters of, see Lockwood; Thompson

Church, John,

Church Army Housing Co.,

Church brook,

Church Building Soc.,

Church Commissioners, see Ecclesiastical Commissioners

Church End, in Hendon,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Downage Ho.,
-, Hendon Hall,
-, Nazareth Ho. (St. Swithins),
-, Vicarage,
-, educ.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, pub. ho., Greyhound,
-, rly. sta., Hendon Central,

Church of Christ,

Church of England Children's Soc.,

Church of England Temperance Soc.,

Church of God,

Church Pastoral Aid Soc.,

Church Patronage Soc.,

Church Schools Co.,

Church Street, in Edmonton,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Bay (later Lamb's) Cottage,
-, Hyde Ho.,
-, Hydeside Ho., n
-, Rectory,
-, Vicarage,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. ho., Rose and Crown,
-, ward,

Churchill, John, duke of Marlborough,

cinemas,

City Parochial Foundation,

Civil War,

Clang Ltd.,

Clapham:
-, John (d. c. 1619),
-, John (d. c. 1631),
-, Luke,
-, Mary, wid. of John,

Clapper, fam.,

Clappers Green, in Southgate,

Clapton,

Clare, Fran.,

Clare, Hen. J., bldrs.,

Clare, honor of, n

Clare (Clay) Hall, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates

Clare Hall brook,

Clarel, John,

Claridge, Ric.,

Clark (Clarke, Clerk):
-, Alice,
-, Anna,
-, Chas. Cowden,
-, E. F., architect,
-, Eve,
-, J. (fl. 1647),
-, J. (fl. 1825), architect,
-, John (fl. 1434),
-, John (d. 1701),
-, John (fl. late 18th cent.),
-, Mary, m. - Forbes,
-, Dr. Mat.,
-, Ralph,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1828),
-, Thos. (fl. 1862),
-, Wm. (d. by 1528), see Courtman
-, Wm. (d. 1783),
-, Wm. (fl. 1795), curate of Kingsbury
-, and vicar of Willesden,
-, Wm. (d. c. 1881),
-, fam.,

Clavering:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Claverings, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates

Claxton, Frances,

Clay Hill, in Enfield,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Bramley Ho. (Great Pipers),
-, Clay Hill Ho.,
-, Clay Hill Lodge,
-, Claysmore,
-, Firs,
-, Hill Lodge,
-, Little Pipers,
-, Wildwood,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Fallow Buck,
-, Rose and Crown,

Clay Hill, in Tottenham,
-, River Ho.,

Clayton:
-, John, painter,
-, John (? another),
-, Sam. (fl. 1736),
-, Sam. (fl. 1823),

Clayton and Bell,

Cleeve, Wm.,

Clement III, Pope,

Clements, John, actor,

Clerk, see Clark

Clerkenwell,
-, ch. of St. Philip,
-, detached part,
-, Knights of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem at,
-, priory of St. Mary,

Cleveland, Tennessee (U.S.A.),

Cleye, Wm. atte,

Clitterhouse, see Hendon, mans. and other estates

Clopton:
-, Ric.,
-, Wm., abbot of Thorney,

Clunie, Jas. Foote,

Clutterbuck:
-, Jas.,
-, Capt. Rupert,
-, his wid.,
-, Thos. (fl. 1749),
-, Thos. (fl. 1763),
-, Thos. (fl. 1882),
-, Thos. Meadows,
-, fam.,

Clutton, Hen., architect,

coach-building,

Coar:
-, Deborah,
-, Fanny,
-, Thos.,

Cobden-Sanderson, Thos.,

Cobler, Art.,

Cock:
-, C. H.,
-, Geo.,
-, Sir Hen.,
-, John (fl. 1550),
-, John (fl. 1820),
-, Thos.,

Cockdale, see Cogdale

Cockerell, C. R.,

Cockett, fam.,

cock-fighting,

Cockfosters, in Enfield and East Barnet (Herts.),
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Buckskin Hall (Dacre Lodge),
-, Cockfosters,
-, Mount Pleasant (Belmont),
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. ho., Cock,
-, rly. sta.,

Cocksmiths End, in Enfield, see Enfield Highway

Codenhlaewe,

Coffers (Cofferers or Cofferhouse) see Kingsbury, mans. and other estates

Cofrer, see Farnborough

Cogdale (Cockdale), Wm.,

Coghill:
-, Ann, see Nicholl
-, Sarah, m. Rob. Hucks,

Coke, Sir John,

Colcutt, T. E., architect,

Cole:
-, Ant.,
-, Harold Pattison,

Colebrook:
-, Sir Geo., bt.,
-, Jas.,

Coleman:
-, Ann, wid. of Wm.,
-, Chas.,
-, Geo.,
-, Sarah., ? wid. of Geo.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,

Coleraine, Ld. and Lady, see Hare

Colfe, Revd. Abraham,

Colin Deep (Colindeep), in Hendon,

Colindale, in Hendon,
-, chs.,
-, educ.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, rly. sta.,

Collet (Collett):
-, Hester, dau. of Pet., w. of Sir Ant. Aucher,
-, Mat.,
-, Pet.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sarah, m. Pet. Hayman,

Collins:
-, Edw.,
-, Geo.,
-, Geo., s. of Geo.,
-, Joan, see Smith
-, John,
-, Mabel, see King
-, Rose, see Seakin
-, -, m. Wm. atte Hegge,
-, fam.,

Collinson:
-, Mic.,
-, Pet.,

Collutt, Lady,

Colman, Sir Chas.,

Colne Valley sewerage board (later West Hertfordshire main drainage authority),

Colne Valley Water Co.,

Colney Hatch, see Southgate, New

Colney Hatch Lunatic asylum, see Barnet, Friern

Colson:
-, Chris.,
-, John,
-, Susan, see Mayhew

Colte (Colt):
-, Cath., m. Thos. Cave,
-, Geo. (d. by 1556),
-, Geo. (fl. 1578),
-, Hen.,
-, Jane, m. Nic. Brookes,
-, Joan, wid. of Thos.,
-, John,
-, Thos. (fl. 1459),
-, Thos. (fl. 16th cent.),

Comberton:
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, Wm., grandson of Wm.,
-, and see Northampton

Comfy Housing Estates,

Comper, Sir Nintan, architect,

Compton:
-, Anne, wid. of Hen., Ld. Compton, m. Rob. Sackville, earl of Dorset,
-, Geo., earl of Northampton,
-, Hen., Ld. Compton,
-, Pet.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, Wm., Ld. Compton, later earl of Northampton,

Compton Martin (Som.), rector of, see Pennant

Compton Wynyates (Warws.),

Computer Machinery Co.,

Comyn, Thos., vicar of Tottenham,

Congregationalists (Independents),

Coningsby:
-, Eliz., see Frowyk
-, Sir Hen.,
-, Humph.,
-, John,
-, Mary, see Lee
-, Ralph,
-, Thos.,

Connop:
-, Emily, wid. of Woodham,
-, Newell,
-, Wm. Woodham,
-, Woodham,
-, fam.,

Conservative Land Soc.,

Conservative party,

Constable, John, painter,

Constantine:
-, Hamon,
-, his s., see Hamond, John (fl. 1280)
-, Mic.,

Conway Stewart & Co.,

Conyers:
-, Jas.,
-, Thos.,

Coo, Anne, see Burnell

Cook (Cooke):
-, Christine, see Haseley
-, John (fl. 1551),
-, John (fl. late 18th cent.),
-, Thos. (fl. 1476),
-, Thos. (fl. 1761),

Coombe, Wm.,

Coomes, Mic.,

Cooper:
-, Abraham, painter,
-, Ant. Ashley, earl of Shaftesbury,
-, Revd. E. P.,
-, Col. Reg.,
-, Ric.,
-, Mr. (fl. 1803),
-, and see Cowper

Cope:
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, w. of Hen.,

Copeley, John,

Copwood, Wm.,

copyhold, see tenure, copyhold (customary)

Corbett, Rog.,

Cordell:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Corkers, timber merchants,

Corney, Thos.,

Cornish, Mr., n

Cornish, W. D., brick-makers,

Cornwall, Alice, m. Hen. Frowyk, Thos. Charlton,

Cornwell:
-, Cath., see Leake
-, John,

Cortell, John, rector of Great Stanmore,

Corticene Floor Covering Co.,

Costentin, Wm. de,

Cotton:
-, John,
-, T.,
-, Thos.,

Cottrell:
-, Chas. (d. 1829),
-, Chas. Herb.,
-, Chas. Jeffryes, incumbent of Monken Hadley,
-, fam.,

Coughtrey, Wm.,

Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion,
-, Coll., see Cheshunt, Cheshunt Coll.

Courier Co.,

Courtenay, Hen., earl of Devon and marquess of Exeter,

Courtman (or Clark), Wm.,

Covent Garden, see Westminster

Coventry:
-, Geo.,
-, Geo. Wm., earl of Coventry,
-, Hen., Ld. Coventry,

Cowing, Geo.,

Cowley Peachey, in Cowley,

Cowling, Mrs. Eliz.,

Cowper:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm., poet, n
-, and see Cooper

Cowyer, Alice,

Cox:
-, Edw. Wm.,
-, Irwin,
-, John,
-, Marg., see Smith
-, fam.,

Coxwell, Hen. Tracey,

Cranborne, Vct., see Cecil

Crane:
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Cranfield, Sydney W., architect,

Cranmer:
-, John (fl. 1710),
-, John (fl. 1735),

Crawley:
-, John,
-, Susanna, see Sambrook

Craze, Romilly B., architect,

Creech (Som.),

Creton, Rog. de,

Crewe, Ant.,

cricket,

Cricklewood, in Hendon and Willesden,
-, ch.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Cricklewood Ho.,
-, Rockhall,
-, educ.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. ho., Crown,
-, rly. sidings,
-, rly. sta.,
-, Rom. Cathm.,

Crickmer, C. M., architect,

Cripplegate, in London,

Cripplegate Foundation,

Crispin, Gilb., abbot of Westminster,

Critten, Steph., or Neil Bell, novelist,

Croke, see Crooke

Cromer:
-, Alice, wid. of Wal., m. Thos. Hewys,
-, Thos.,
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,

Cromwell:
-, Ralph de, Ld. Cromwell,
-, Thos., earl of Essex,

Crooke (Croke):
-, A. O.,
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,
-, Jos. Crosse,

Crosby Hall, see London

Crosley, Wm.,

Cross, Geo.,

Crosse, John,

Crouch:
-, Joan, wid. of Rob.,
-, Rob.,

Crowe, Anne,

Crowley:
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,

Croxton Kerrial (Leics.), abbey of,

Cruden, Alex.,

Crusha, Geo.,

cucking-stool,

Cuffley (Herts.),

Cuffley brook,

Cullands (Cannons) Grove, see
-, Southgate, mans. and other estates

Cumberland Market, St. Pancras,

Cumming, John,

Cunard, Sir Sam.,

Curle, Wm.,

Currie, Isaac,

Curtis:
-, Sir Edgar Fran. Egerton, bt.,
-, Geo. Wm., incumbent of Southgate,
-, Sir Pet., bt.,
-, Rob.,
-, W. T., architect,
-, Sir Wm., bt. (d. 1829), ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Sir Wm., bt. (d. 1847),
-, Sir Wm., bt. (d. 1870),
-, Sir Wm. Mic., bt.,
-, fam.,

Curtoys and Mathew, coal wharf,

Curzon, Hen., architect,

Cuthbert, fam.,

Cutts:
-, J. E. K., architect,
-, J. P., architect,

cycling,

Da Costa, Hananel Mendes,

Daimler Co.,

Dakin, Mary, see Flexmore

Dalby:
-, Lionel,
-, Wm.,

Dalton:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Dameta, mother of Gervase of Blois,

Dance, Sir Nat.,

Dancers Hill, in South Mimms,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Knights,
-, Richards,
-, Stonard's ho.,
-, Wicks Place (Laurel Cottage or Lodge),
-, growth,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Green Dragon (formerly Mandeville),
-, White Lion,
-, and see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates (Mandeville)

Daniel (Danyell):
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Darby:
-, J. N.,
-, Marg., m. Wm. Underwood,
-, Ric.,

D'Arcy, Wm. Knox,

Darkes, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates

Daubeney (Dawbeney):
-, Eliz., see Gilburn
-, Giles,
-, Oliver,
-, Sir Wm.,

Daubeneys, see Tottenham, mans. and other estates (Balliols or Daubeneys)

Daubridgecourt, Sir John,

Daunce, Wm.,

Dauntsey:
-, Maud, see Mandeville
-, Rog. of,

Davenant, Ralph,

David I, king of Scotland, formerly earl of Huntingdon,

David, earl of Huntingdon (d. 1219),

David, John,

Davidson, Magwitch,

Davies (Davis):
-, Anne, see Hamond
-, Eliz., see Wilbraham
-, John, architect,
-, Laur.,
-, Mutton,
-, Somerset,

Davy, Ric., curate of Little Stanmore,

Dawbeney, see Daubeney

Dawber:
-, E. Guy, architect,
-, Sir Guy, Wilson and Fox, architects,

Dawe, fam.,

Dawes, John,

Dawkes, S. W., and Hamilton, architects,

Dawson:
-, Caroline,
-, Jos. (d. 1693),
-, Jos. (d. by 1703),
-, Mary,
-, Sarah,

Day:
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

de Havilland, Capt. (later Sir) Geof.,

de Havilland Aircraft Co.,

de Havilland Engine Division,

De La Warr:
-, Ctss., see Sackville, Muriel
-, Ld., see West

Dean, Jas.,

Deane, Revd. F. L.,

Dean's brook (Heybourne),

Declon Foam Plastics,

Defence, Ministry of,

Defoe, Dan.,

Dekker, Thos.,

demesnes,
-, leasing of,

Dence, Miss (fl. 1861),

Dendy:
-, Art. Hyde,
-, Eliza, w. of Art. Hyde,
-, Maj. H.,
-, Sam.,

Denman, Thos., sculptor,

Denmark, king of, see Frederick IV

Dent, Rob.,

Denum, John de,

Depham:
-, Rog. de,
-, ram.,

Dephams (Deephams), see Edmonton, mans. and other estates

Derby:
-, Joan, see Walton
-, Rob.,

Derby, earl of, see Henry IV

Derick, J. M., architect,

Derk, John,

Derman, see Dorman

Dermer, Miss,

Dernford, fam.,

Dernford, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates (Bowes and Dernford)

Desaguliers, John Theophilus, minister of Little Stanmore,

Desoutter Bros.,

Desting, Ursula,

Dethwick:
-, Chas. (fl. 1630),
-, Chas. (fl. 1714),
-, Eliz., see Golding

Devell, Thos.,

devil of Edmonton, see Fabell, Pet.

Devon, earl of, see Courtenay

Devonshire House, see Westminster

Devorgild (Devorguilla), dau. of Alan, ld. of Galloway, m. John de Balliol,

Deycrowe:
-, John,
-, Rob.,

Diaz, José,

Dibel, fam.,

Dickason, Thos.,

Dickens, Chas., II,

Dickinson:
-, John, & Co.,
-, Mrs. Sarah,

Die Casting Machine Tools,

Diecasting Tool and Engineering Co.,

Dillon, Rob., assistant curate of Kingsbury,

'Dirty Dick', see Bentley

Disney, Mrs.,

D'Israeli, Isaac,

Ditton, Mat.,

Dixon-Spain, J. E., architect,

Dobb, H. W., architect,

Dodds:
-, Cath., w. of Wm.,
-, Eliz., see Frowyk
-, Wm.,

Dodington, Wm.,

Doe, Mrs. Esther,

Doget (or Butterwick):
-, Alice, w. of John,
-, John,

Doherty, Edw., & Sons,

Dollar, Pet., architect,

Dollis brook,

Dollman, Fran.,

Dorin:
-, J. A.,
-, Jos.,

Dorman (Derman), Lucy,

Dorset, earls of, see Sackville

Douglas, Bp. John,

Dove:
-, F. N.,
-, W. W.,

Dowgill, Wm.,

Downer:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Downhills, see Tottenham, mans. and other estates

Doyle, Nic. Grattan,

Draper, Hen.,

Drayton:
-, John,
-, Mic.,
-, Wm.,

Drivers Hill, in Hendon,
-, pub. ho., Adam and Eve,

Drummond:
-, And.,
-, Geo.,
-, Geo. Harley,
-, John,
-, fam.,

du Cros, Sir Art., bt.,

Duckett (Duket):
-, John,
-, Laur.,
-, Laur., s. of Laur.,
-, Maud, w. of Laur.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Ducketts, see Tottenham, mans. and other estates

Ducketts Green or Common, in Tottenham,
-, growth,

Dudley:
-, Edm.,
-, Sir Hen. Bate, bt., see Bate
-, John, Vct. Lisle, later duke of Northumberland,
-, John,
-, Wm., rector of Hendon, later bp. of Durham and chancellor of Oxford Univ.,

Ducket, see Duckett

Dunlop Rubber Co.,

Dunmow, Great (Essex), see Strood Hall farm

Dunstan, bp. of London, later abp. of Canterbury,

Duple Group,

Duplessis:
-, Henrietta Rose Peregrina (Rose), m. Jas. Townsend,
-, Rose,

Dupont, Pet.,

Durant:
-, Adam,
-, Aveline, see Plessis
-, John,
-, Maud, dau. of Thos., m. John Wroth, Sir Baldwin Raddington,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,

Durants, see Enfield, mans. and other estates

Durham:
-, John,
-, Marg., m. Thos. Frowyk,

Durham, bps. of, see Dudley; Langley

Durhams (or Derehams) (Dyrham Park), see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates

Durrant, fam.,

Dwyer, Mr. (fl. 1794),

Dymock:
-, Christine, see Waver
-, Sir Humph.,

Dyrham Park, see Mimms, South, mans. and other estates

Dyson, Jeremiah, II,

Eagle Pencil Co.,

Eales, Wm. John,

Ealing,

Eardley (later Eardley-Wilmot), John,

Earle:
-, Eliz., see Rawlinson
-, Giles,
-, Jas.,
-, fam.,

Earnfield, Wm.,

East Barnet, see Barnet, East

East Barnet Gas and Water Co.,

East Barnet Valley, see Barnet Valley, East

East India Co.,

East London Waterworks Co.,

East Middlesex sewage works,

Eastern Counties Railway, see Northern and Eastern Railway

Eastern Electricity Board, see North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Co. (Northmet)

Eastern Gas Board,

Easton, Little (Essex), see Strood Hall farm

Eastwood (Essex), Edwards Hall estate,

Eaton:
-, Eliz. Anne,
-, Wm., n,

Ecclesiastical (later Church) Commissioners,

Eccleston:
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,

Eclipse (stallion),

Economic Insurance Co.,

Ede, John,

Eden, F. C., architect,

Ederych:
-, Eliz., dau. of John, w. of Rob. Nicholl,
-, John,
-, Thos.,

Edgar, King,

Edgbaston (Warws.), Hazelwood sch.,

Edgell, Louisa,

Edgware,
-, chs.,
-, Edgware Ho. (later Place), n
-, educ.,
-, highway board,
-, hosps.,
-, local fams.,
-, mans.:
-, Edgware, cts.,
-, Edgware Boys,
-, mkts. and fairs,
-, nonconf.,
-, police,
-, pub. ho., George,
-, rly. stas.,
-, (later Hendon) rural sanitary authority,
-, sewerage,

Edgware & Hampstead Rly. Co.,

Edgware brook, and see Stanburn stream

Edgware Road (Watling Street),
-, ch.,
-, inds.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Bald Faced Stag, n
-, King's Arms,
-, Welsh Harp,

Edison Swan United Electric Light Co. (Ediswan),

Edlin, John,

Edmer, see Atule

Edmond:
-, Cecily,
-, Wm.,

Edmondson, bldr.,

Edmonton,
-, agric.,
-, alms-hos.,
-, Style's,
-, Wilde's, and see Palmers Green, dom. bldgs., Skinners' alms-hos.
-, Angel Road, q.v.
-, baths,
-, boro.,
-, arms,
-, arts council,
-, council,
-, educ. cttee.,
-, wards,
-, boundaries,
-, Bounds Green, q.v.
-, Bowes, q.v.
-, Bowes Park, q.v.
-, bridges,
-, Bury Street, q.v.
-, Bush Hill, q.v.
-, Bush Hill Park, q.v.
-, cemeteries,
-, chars.,
-, Church Street, q.v.
-, chs., n,
-, cinemas,
-, Clappers Green, q.v.
-, clubs and socs.,
-, coach svces.,
-, common fields, n,
-, inclosure,
-, common meadow and pasture,
-, inclosure,
-, customary wks. and svces.,
-, drainage,
-, Edmonton, Lower, q.v.
-, Edmonton, Upper, q.v.
-, educ.,
-, electricity,
-, farms and farm-hos.,
-, Bush Hill Park,
-, Butts,
-, Causeyware Hall,
-, Cuckoo Hall,
-, Dysons,
-, Eaton,
-, Firs,
-, Hazelwood,
-, Huxley, and see mans. and other estates, Weir Hall
-, Nightingale (Hall),
-, Paycock (Peacock),
-, Pentridges,
-, Sadler's,
-, Tile Kiln,
-, fire,
-, Fords Green, q.v.
-, Fore Street and Hertford Road, q.v.
-, friendly socs.,
-, gas,
-, geol. and soil,
-, Greek Orthodox Ch.,
-, group hosp. management cttee.,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, highway board,
-, hosps., n,
-, housing and council estates,
-, Brookfield,
-, Cheshunt (Herts.),
-, Enfield, n
-, Fairfield,
-, Galliard,
-, Houndsfield,
-, Hyde,
-, Hyde Ho.,
-, Millbrook,
-, Montagu,
-, Orchard,
-, Potters Bar,
-, Woolmer,
-, and see Edmonton, jerry-bldg.
-, hunting,
-, ind.,
-, brick-making,
-, charcoal,
-, coach-bldg.,
-, furniture-making,
-, gas-wks.,
-, ind. estates,
-, Bridport Road,
-, Claverings,
-, Eley's,
-, Gothic wks.,
-, Lea Valley,
-, Montagu South,
-, munitions,
-, tanning,
-, weaving,
-, jerry-bldg.,
-, Jews,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, local board,
-, officers,
-, local fams.,
-, mans. and other estates,
-, Bowes and Dernford (Polehouse), n,
-, cts., ho., Bowes, Polehouse (Gisors Place, Priory Sch.), officers,
-, Bury (Sayesbury), ho. (Bury Farm and Hall),
-, Bush Hill (Halliwick), ho.,
-, Bush Hill Park, ho.,
-, Caustons, ho.,
-, Claverings, n, ho.,
-, Dephams (Deephams), cts., ho.,
-, Eaton Park,
-, Edmonton man., cts., ho., see Bury (Sayesbury); officers,
-, estates of religious hos., n,
-, Holy Trinity man., cts., n,
-, Plesingtons (Pleasantine Hall), ho.,
-, Pymmes, ho.,
-, rectory, cts., Rectory Ho.,
-, Weir Hall (Goldsters or Huxley), n, ho.,
-, Willoughbies, n, ct., ho.,
-, mkt. gdning. and nurseries,
-, mkts. and fairs, pie-powder ct.,
-, marsh,
-, Marsh Side, q.v.
-, mills,
-, music hall,
-, nonconf.,
-, omnibus svces.,
-, Palmers Green, q.v.
-, par. officers,
-, parks and open spaces,
-, police,
-, poor law union,
-, bd. of guardians, sch., wkho.,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, postal svces.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, George,
-, King's Arms,
-, Ship,
-, Swan,
-, Three Tuns,
-, White Hart,
-, rly. and Underground rlys.,
-, rly. stas.,
-, workmen's tickets,
-, rectory,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cathm., n,
-, Rom. remains,
-, sewerage,
-, Silver Street and Tanners End, q.v.
-, soc. life,
-, Southgate, q.v.
-, Southgate, New, q.v.
-, sport,
-, theatre,
-, tithes,
-, town hall,
-, tram svces.,
-, urban district,
-, council,
-, educ. cttee.,
-, wards,
-, vicars, and see Burrows; Gregory; Hicks; Langham; Muffet; Owen; Walde; Warren; Washbourne
-, wards, and see Bowes; Bury Street; Church Street; Fore Street; Southgate; Winchmore Hill
-, watch-ho.,
-, water,
-, Winchmore Hill, q.v.
-, woodland,
-, wkho., and see Edmonton, poor law union
-, worthies,

Edmonton, Lower (Edmonton Green), in Edmonton,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, rectory, n
-, vicarage, n
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Cross Keys,
-, Golden Lion,
-, King's Head,
-, rly. sta.,

Edmonton, Upper, in Edmonton,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Addison Ho.,
-, Almond Ho.,
-, Angel Place (Row),
-, Bridge Ho.,
-, College Ho.,
-, Cookes,
-, Eagle Ho., n,
-, Eaton Place,
-, Edmonton Ho.,
-, Elm Ho.,
-, Northumberland Ho.,
-, Snells Park,
-, Trumpton Hall,
-, growth,
-, halls and other institutes,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Angel,
-, Bell,
-, and see Fore Street and Hertford Road

Edmonton Estates Ltd.,

Edmonton Green, see Edmonton, Lower

Edmonton hundred,
-, cts.,
-, moot meeting-place,
-, officers,
-, robbery cttee.,
-, seal,

Edmonton Hundred Historical Society,

Edmonton (Alberta, Canada),

Education Department,

Edward the Confessor,

Edward I,

Edward IV,

Edward VI,

Edward VII,

Edward the goldsmith,

Edward:
-, Agnes, see Lynford
-, Joan, w. of John, m. 2 John Burton,
-, John (d. by 1463),
-, John (fl. 1466),
-, John (fl. 1496-7, ? another),
-, John (d. c. 1532, ? another),
-, Marg., w. of Wm.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Edwards:
-, John,
-, L. C., vicar of Kingsbury,
-, Passmore,
-, Susanna, m. Wm. Sneyd,

Edwin:
-, Ric., n,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Edwy, King,

Eleanor (of Castile), queen of Edw. I,

Eldridge:
-, Brian, bell-founder,
-, Revd. C. L.,

electrical and radio industries,

Eley Bros.,

Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance,

Elizabeth I, formerly Princess Eliz.,

Elizabeth (Woodville), queen of Edw. IV,

Elizabeth, dau. of Edw. I, m. Humph. de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex,

Elizabeth, dau. of Chas. I,

Elliott, Thos.,

Elliott Bros. (London) (later Marconi- Elliott Avionic Systems),

Ellis, Edw., architect, and see Scott-Ellis

Ellsom, Jos.,

Elrington:
-, Sir John,
-, Sim.,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., s. of Thos.,

Elsfield, John of,

Elsing, Jordan of,

Elsing, see Enfield, mans. and other estates

Elsing Hall, see Enfield, mans. and other estates (Worcesters and Elsing Hall)

Elstree (Herts.), partly in Edgware and Little Stanmore,
-, ch.,

Elsyng Spital, see St. Mary within Cripplegate

Emerson:
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., s. of Thos.,

Enfield:
-, Fran. of,
-, Hen. of,
-, John of (fl. 1298),
-, John of (d. 1349),
-, Marg., wid. of John of, m.2 John Wroth,

Enfield:
-, Ld., see Zuylesteyn
-, Vct., see Byng

Enfield,
-, agric.,
-, alms-hos.,
-, Crowe's,
-, Wright's,
-, Baker Street and Silver Street, q.v.
-, baths,
-, boro.,
-, arms.,
-, council,
-, wards,
-, Botany Bay, q.v.
-, boundaries,
-, bridges,
-, Brimsdown, q.v.
-, Bull's Cross, q.v.
-, Bush Hill Park, q.v.
-, cemetery,
-, chantries,
-, chars., n,
-, Chase Side, q.v.
-, chs.,
-, cinemas,
-, Clay Hill, q.v.
-, clubs and socs.,
-, coach svces.,
-, Cockfosters, q.v.
-, common fields,
-, inclosure,
-, common meadow and pasture,
-, inclosure,
-, customary wks. and svces.,
-, drainage,
-, educ.,
-, Enfield grammar sch.,
-, electricity,
-, Enfield Chase, q.v.Enfield Highway and Green Street,
-, q.v.
-, Enfield Lock, q.v.
-, Enfield Town, q.v.
-, Enfield Wash, q.v.
-, farms and farm-hos.,
-, Allen's,
-, Bull's Cross, and see mans. and other estates, Goldbeaters
-, Bury,
-, Crane's,
-, Fernyhill,
-, Freezy Water,
-, Glasgow Stud,
-, Holly Hill,
-, Manor,
-, Park,
-, Plantation (Welches),
-, Vicarage,
-, fire,
-, Forty Green and Hill, q.v.
-, friendly socs.,
-, gas,
-, geol. and soil,
-, group hosp. management cttee.,
-, growth,
-, Hadley Wood, q.v.
-, halls and institutes,
-, Hertford Road, q.v.
-, highway board,
-, hosps.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, Aylands,
-, Birkbeck,
-, Bridgen Hall,
-, Bush Hill Park,
-, Bycullah,
-, Hundred Acres,
-, Longfield,
-, Putney Lodge,
-, Rosary,
-, South Lodge,
-, Unity,
-, Uplands,
-, Westmoor,
-, and see Edmonton, housing and council estates
-, hunting,
-, ind.,
-, brewing,
-, brick-making,
-, electrical and radio,
-, engineering,
-, gunpowder,
-, malting,
-, metal,
-, munitions,
-, tanning,
-, Jews,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, local board, offices,
-, London boro.,
-, arms,
-, council,
-, officers,
-, offices,
-, wards,
-, mans. and other estates,
-, Chase Park, ho.,
-, Durants, cts., man.-ho.,
-, Elsing (Norris Farm), ho., and see Enfield, farms and farm-hos., Plantation (Welches)
-, Enfield man., cts., man.-ho. (Camelot, Enfield Palace),
-, estates of religious hos.,
-, Goldbeaters, ho.,
-, Honeylands and Pentriches (Capels), cts., man.-ho. (Capel Ho. or Man.),
-, Old Park (Frith), ho. (Bush Hill Park golf club-ho.),
-, Rectory man., cts., ho. (Surlow),
-, Suffolks (Colt's farm, Nortons), man.-ho.,
-, Whitewebbs, ho.,
-, Whitewebbs farm or park, ho. (White Webbs),
-, Worcesters and Elsing Hall, cts., ho. (Elsing Hall, Enfield Ho., Forty Hall),
-, mkt. gdning. and nurseries,
-, mkts. and fairs,
-, pie-powder ct.,
-, mkt.-place, see Enfield Town
-, marsh,
-, mills,
-, mus.,
-, nonconf.,
-, omnibus svces.,
-, par. officers,
-, parks and open spaces,
-, police,
-, Ponders End, q.v.
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, postal svces.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, rlys. and Underground rlys.,
-, rly. stas.,
-, workmen's tickets,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, Rom. remains,
-, Scotland Green, q.v.
-, sewerage,
-, soc. life,
-, sport,
-, tithes,
-, tram svces.,
-, Turkey Street, q.v.
-, urban district,
-, arms,
-, council,
-, wards,
-, vicars, and see Bartholomew; Bridges; Causton; Lockwood; Manning; Roberts; Sedgwick; Thompson
-, wards,
-, watch-ho.,
-, water,
-, Whitewebbs, q.v.
-, woodland,
-, wkho.,
-, worthies,

Enfield and District Freehold Land Soc.,

Enfield Chase,
-, Camlet Moat, q.v.
-, chs.,
-, common pasture,
-, inclosure,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Claypatch,
-, Home Villa,
-, lodges (Augustine's, Bull's,Dighton's, Norris's, Potter's,White), and see estates
-, Owls Hall,
-, Ridgemount,
-, estates,
-, Beech Hill Park, ho. (Hadley Wood golf club-ho.),
-, Chase Lodge,
-, East Lodge, ho. (Red Lodge),
-, Greenwood, Ho.,
-, North Lodge, ho. (Kilvinton Hall),
-, South Lodge, ho.,
-, Trent Place, ho., park,
-, West Lodge, ho.,
-, farms and farm-hos.,
-, Chase,
-, Clay Pit Hill,
-, Holly Hill,
-, Monkey Mead,
-, New Cottage,
-, Plumridge,
-, Ridgway,
-, Sloper's Pond,
-, gates,
-, growth,
-, highway district,
-, hunting,
-, officers,
-, rly. sta.,
-, roads,
-, woodland,
-, see also Hadley Wood

Enfield Chase Staghounds,

Enfield Chronicle,

Enfield Clock Co.,

Enfield Electric Cable Manufacturing Co. (later Enfield Standard Power Cables),

Enfield Fly,

Enfield Gas Co.,

Enfield Highway and Green Street (Cocksmiths End), in Enfield,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Drakes,
-, Mitchells,
-, Nassau Ho.,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Four Swans,
-, Rose and Crown,
-, ward,

Enfield Highway Co-operative Soc.,

Enfield Illustrated Magazine,

Enfield Lock, in Enfield,
-, chs.,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, pub. ho., Swan and Pike,
-, rly. sta.,

Enfield Observer,

Enfield Plastics,

Enfield Rolling Mills,

Enfield Tool Manufacturing Co.,

Enfield Town, in Enfield,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Burleigh Ho.,
-, Chaseside Ho.,
-, Gentleman's Row,
-, Little Park,
-, Vine,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, mkt.-place,
-, pub. hos.:
-, George,
-, Greyhound,
-, King's Head,
-, Rising Sun,
-, rly. sta.,
-, ward,
-, watch-ho.,

Enfield, Waltham and Cheshunt Building Soc.,

Enfield Wash (Horsepool Stones), in Enfield,
-, chs.,
-, Grove Ho.,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Bull and Bell,
-, Chequers,
-, Greyhound,
-, Royal Small Arms,
-, Sun and Woolpack,

engineering,

English Abrasives,

Ent:
-, Cath., see Bathurst
-, Josias,

Environment, Department of the,

Epsom (Surr.), gate from Canons at,

Ermine Street (London-Ware Road), and see Fore Street and Hertford Road

Esperun, Thos.,

Essex:
-, Cowper,
-, Jas., architect,
-, John Hezekiah,
-, Marg., w. of John Hezekiah,

Essex, earls of, see Bohun; Cromwell; fitz Piers; Mandeville

Essex,
-, common pasture,
-, and see Barking; Benfleet, South; Chigwell; Chingford; Eastwood; Graunt Courts; Hadleigh; Ilford; Langley; Orsett; Romford; Royston; Sewardstone; Shortgrove; Sopwell priory; Stratford; Strood Hall farm; Thundersley; Walden abbey; Waltham Holy Cross; Walthamstow; Wanstead Ho.; Woodford

Estry:
-, John,
-, Rob.,

Etherington, Revd. E.,

Eton Coll. (Bucks.),

Eu, Hugh of,

Evangelical Lutheran Church of England, see Lutherans

Evans:
-, Sir Edwin,
-, Wm.,

Evanson, Edw., vicar of South Mimms, later rector of Tewkesbury,

Evelyn, John, diarist,

Ever Ready Co. (Great Britain),

Everard, Sam.,

Everett:
-, Mary,
-, Thos. Hill,

Everett, Edgcumbe and Co.,

Everingham, Wm., and his w.,

Evrington, Fran.,

Ewer:
-, Hen.,
-, Mary, m.1 Wm. Ashton, Sir Edw. Turnor,
-, Steph.,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Exeter, marquess of, see Courtenay

Exeter, bp. of, see Beaumont, Lewis de; Veysey, John

Express Dairy Co.,

Eylson and Long, architects,

Eyre:
-, Chas.,
-, Harriet, w. of Hen.,
-, Hen.,
-, Wm.,

Eyre, Newman, bldrs.,

Fabell, Pet., devil of Edmonton,

Faber, Oscar, architect,

Fane, Geo.,

Fanfolk Ltd.,

Farey, C. A., architect,

Faringdon (Hants), man. of,

Farington, Jos.,

Farnborough (or ? Cofrer):
-, Gillian, w. of John,
-, Joan, wid. of John, m.2 John Mosshatch,
-, John (fl. c. 1362-84),
-, John (fl. 1400),
-, Kath., see Brancaster

Farr, fam.,

Farre, Wal.,

Farrow, G. R., architect,

Farrow and Howkins (later Howard Farrow Construction Ltd.),

Fauconer, see Cheshunt

Favelore, Pet.,

Fawley (Berks.), fittings from Canons at,

Featherstone, Hen.,

Fell, John, chaplain of Kingsbury,

Felstead, John of, parson of Hadley,

Felsted (Essex), see Graunt Courts

Fentham:
-, T. G.,
-, Thos.,

Fenton:
-, Jos.,
-, Misses,

Fenwick:
-, Jas.,
-, Priscilla, see Mackeris
-, Thos. Jas.,

Ferguson Radio Co.,

Feron, John,

Ferry and Wallen, architects,

Field:
-, Alice,
-, Hen.,
-, John,
-, Wm.,
-, Mrs.,
-, fam.,

Fiennes:
-, Celia, writer,
-, Hen., earl of Lincoln,

Fierville, -,

Figgis, T. Phillips, architect,

Fillongley, Hen.,

Finch:
-, Louisa, wid. of Heneage, earl of Aylesford,
-, Rob.,

Finchley,
-, Finchley, North,
-, Finchley Common,
-, urban district,
-, and see Hampstead Garden Suburb

Finchley Road and Golders Green Syndicate,

Finney, Thos.,

Finsbury:
-, nonconf.,
-, urban district,

Firebrace, Sir Basil,

Fish, Cornelius,

Fisher, Thos.,

fishing,

Fitz Ailwin:
-, Hen., mayor of Lond., n
-, fam.,

Fitz Alan:
-, Joan, m. Humph. de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex,
-, Philippa, see Hastings
-, Ric., earl of Arundel,
-, Rog., mayor of Lond., n,
-, fam.,

fitz Piers:
-, Beatrice, see Say
-, Geof., earl of Essex (d. 1213),
-, (later Mandeville), Geof., earl of Essex (d. 1216),

fitz Wauter, Christine (d. 1232), dau. of Rob., m.1 Wm. de Mandeville, earl of Essex, 2 Raymond de Burgh,

FitzAluf, fam.,

Fitzgerald, Maj.-Gen. Sir John, bt.,

Fitzherbert, Mary, m.1 Mat. de Questor, 2 Wm. Lewyn,

FitzJames, Ric., bp. of London,

FitzJohn, John,

FitzReiner, see Renger

Fitzroy, Col.,

Flaxman, John, sculptor,

Fleetwood, Hen.,

Fleg, Rog. de,

Fletcher:
-, Banister, architect,
-, Jas.,
-, Jos.,
-, Sir Lionel,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Flexmore:
-, Mary, m. - Dakin,
-, Ric.,
-, Sim.,
-, fam.,

Flower:
-, Sir Chas., bt., ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Sir Jas.,

Fly, Hen., curate of Kingsbury, vicar of Willesden, and canon of St. Paul's,

flying,

Foliot, Gilb., bp. of London,

football,

Football Association,

Football League,

Forbes:
-, Jas.,
-, Mary, see Clarke
-, Mrs. Wm.,

Ford:
-, Edw.,
-, Hugh,
-, John (fl. 1484),
-, John, dramatist,
-, John Walker,
-, Laur.,
-, Maud, m. John de Chilterne,
-, Rob., n
-, Wal.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Fordham, Wm.,

Fords Green, in Southgate,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Fords Grove,

Fore Street and Hertford Road, in Edmonton,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Crescent,
-, Fleecefield, n
-, Gisors Place, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates (Bowes and Dernford)
-, Neales,
-, Strawberry Ho.,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Cock,
-, Golden Fleece,
-, Horse and Groom,
-, ward,
-, and see Edmonton, Lower;Edmonton, Upper; Ermine Street

Forrest, G. Topham, architect,

Forster:
-, Josiah,
-, Josiah, grandson of Josiah,
-, Thos.,
-, W. E.,
-, fam.,

Forsyth, W. A., architect,

Fortescue:
-, Hen.,
-, Sir John (fl. 1457),
-, John (fl. 1490),
-, Sir John, M.P. (d. 1500),
-, Sir John (d. 1607),
-, Mr. (fl. 1572),

Forteye, Ric. atte,

Fortnum, Chas. Drury Edw.,

Forty Green and Hill, in Enfield,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Adelaide Ho.,
-, Clock Ho.,
-, Cottage Place,
-, Elms,
-, Elsynge Ho.,
-, Garretts Place,
-, Hermitage,
-, Sparrow Hall,
-, White Ho.,
-, Worcester Lodge,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Goat,

Forty Hall, see Enfield, mans. and other estates (Worcesters and Elsing Hall)

Foster:
-, Jas. John,
-, John,
-, Sir Mic.,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm., vicar of South Mimms,

Fothergill, Dr. John,

Fowler:
-, Edw., bp. of Gloucester,
-, Sir Rob.,

Fownes, Geo.,

Fox:
-, Geo., Quaker,
-, Gilb.,
-, Ric., bp. of Winchester,
-, Thos., curate of Kingsbury,
-, Wm.,

Foxley, Laur.,

Foxton, Ric. of,

Foxwell, Wm.,

France, king of, see Louis XVIII

franchises, see assizes of bread and ale; frankpledge; gallows

Francis (Fraunceys):
-, Adam, ld. mayor of Lond.,
-, Sir Adam,
-, Agnes, m. Sir Wm. Porter,
-, Eliz., m. Sir Thos. Charlton,
-, Ellis,
-, Marg., wid. of Sir Adam, m. 2 Edw. Aske,
-, Maud, dau. of Adam, n
-, Maud, w. of Sim.,
-, Sim.,
-, fam.,

Franco Traffic Signs,

Frank, John, keeper of the Rolls of Chancery,

Franklin:
-, Edw.,
-, John,
-, Sir John,
-, Jon,
-, Marg., see Spurling
-, Pet.,
-, Ric., s. of John,
-, Ric., cousin of Ric.,
-, Ric., grandson of Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

frankpledge, views of,

Franks:
-, R.,
-, Wm.,

Freame, John,

Frébout, Louis,

Frederick IV, king of Denmark,

Frederick William I, king of Prussia,

Frederick William III, king of Prussia,

freehold, see tenure

Freeman:
-, Fred.,
-, Jeremiah,
-, Revd. Steph.,
-, -,

Fremley:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Fremlin Bros.,

French:
-, Sir John, earl of Ypres,
-, Zachariah,

French Cleaning and Dyeing Co.,

Freren, see Kingsbury, mans. and other estates

Freshfield, Edw. Hanson,

Freville:
-, Thos.,
-, -, see Hegge

friendly societies,

Friends, Society of, see Quakers

Friends Trusts Ltd.,

Friern Barnet, see Barnet, Friern

Frigidaire, see General Motors

Frith:
-, Ernald del,
-, Rog. del,
-, Wal. del,

Frith, see Enfield, mans. and other estates (Old Park)

Frith and Newhall, see Hendon, mans. and other estates

Frowyk (Frowick):
-, Agnes,
-, Alice, see Cornwall
-, Anne, see Knollys
-, Eliz., w. of Thos., see Aske
-, Eliz., w. of Sir Thos., see Barnville
-, Eliz., m. I John Coningsby, Wm. Dodds,
-, Frideswide, m. Sir Thos. Cheyney,
-, Hen. (fl. 1284),
-, Hen. (d. 1377),
-, Hen. (d. by 1397),
-, Hen. (fl. 1429),
-, Hen. (fl. 1473),
-, Hen. (d. 1527), n,
-, Isabel,
-, Joan, see Lewknor
-, Marg., w. of Hen., see Pouns
-, Marg., w. of Thos., see Durham
-, Mary, see Sandys
-, Reynold,
-, Thos. (d. by 1377),
-, Thos. (d. 1448),
-, Thos. (d. 1485),
-, Sir Thos. (d. 1506),
-, Thos. (d. by 1527),
-, fam.,

Fryent, see Kingsbury, mans. and other estates (Freren)

Fry's Metal Foundry,

Fubert (Fulbert),
-, Wm., s. of, see William

Fulham,

Fullagar, John,

Fuller:
-, Rob., prior of St. Bartholomew's, Smithfield,
-, Thos.,

Fulnetby, Thos.,

Furnell, Thos.,

Furneys:
-, Cecily, w. of Wm.,
-, Wm.,

furniture-making,

Fursden, Phil.,

G.E.C.-Marconi Electronics,

G.W.R.,

Gabriel's brick-works,

Gadsden, Sam.,

Gage, Ben.,

Gainsborough, Thos., painter,

Gale, Wm.,

Galliard:
-, Joshua,
-, Mary, m. Chas. Bowles,
-, Pierce,
-, fam.,

Galloway, ld. of, see Alan

gallows,

Gamboa, Sir Pedro de,

Gannick Bank, in South Mimms,

Ganwick Corner, in South Mimms,
-, pub. ho., Duke of York (White Horse),

Garden Suburb Development Co.,

Garden Suburb Trust,

Gardiner (Gardner):
-, Dan.,
-, John,
-, Marg., see Smith
-, Ric.,
-, Thos., curate of Kingsbury,

Garland:
-, Sir John,
-, Lucy, see Waleran

Garnault:
-, Ann, m. Hen. Bowles,
-, Dan.,
-, Michael,

Garnet, Hen.,

Garrick:
-, Carrington, vicar of Hendon,
-, David,

Garrow:
-, David, incumbent of Monken Hadley,
-, Dr. R. R. P.,
-, Sir Wm.,
-, fam.,

Garton:
-, John (d. 1362),
-, John (fl. 1412),

Gascoyne-Cecil, see Cecil

Gas Light and Coke Co.,

Gasson, Geo.,

Gawen, Thos.,

Gaywood, Ric.,

Gedney:
-, Eliz., m. Ric. Turnaunt,
-, Joan, wid. of John,
-, John,

Gee Tee Co.,

Geeves, Wm.,

General Electric Co.,

General Freehold Land Co.,

General Motors, Frigidaire division,

George II,

George, prince regent, later Geo. IV,

George, Sir Ern., architect,

Gerard:
-, Chas., Ld. Gerard, later earl of Macclesfield (d. 1694),
-, Gilb.,

Gervas, miller,

Gestetner Duplicators,

Gibbons, Grinling, sculptor,

Gibbs:
-, Hen. Hucks,
-, Jas., architect,
-, Ric.,

Giddens, fam.,

Giffard, Hardinge Stanley, earl of Halsbury,

Gilbarne, Wm.,

Gilbert, s. of Gunter,

Gilbert, Sir Wm.,

Gilburn, Eliz., m. Oliver Dawbeney,

Gill, Ric.,

Gillam, Maj. Wm. Jas.,

Gillett (Jellect):
-, John, and his w.,
-, Thos., and his w.,

Gilpin, John,

Ginsburg, C. D.,

Girls Cripples' Home,

Gisors:
-, John (fl. 1236-60), mayor of Lond.,
-, John (fl. 1311), mayor of Lond., n
-, fam.,

Gladstone, Wm. E.,

Glanfield, E. B., architect,

Glasgow, bp. of, see Ingram

Gloucester, duke of, see William Henry

Gloucester, bp. of, see Fowler, Edw.

Gloucestershire, see Tewkesbury

Glover:
-, Ric.,
-, T., & Co.,

Glyn, Geo. Carr, Ld. Wolverton,

Glyn, Mills & Co.,

Goddard (Godard):
-, Phil.,
-, Thos.,
-, Thos., s. of Thos.,

Goddard and Gibbs,

Godestre, Ric.,

Godfrey:
-, Sir Edm. Berry,
-, Maria,
-, Wm.,

Godin, Steph. Pet.,

Goldbeater, John,

Goldbeaters, see Hendon, mans. and other estates

Golden Square, see Westminster

Golders Green, in Hendon,
-, chs.,
-, crematorium,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Woodstock Ho.,
-, educ.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, Jews,
-, nonconf.,
-, pop.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Angel,
-, Crown,
-, Hoop,
-, White Swan,
-, rly. sta.,
-, Rom. Cathm.,

Golders Hill, in Hendon,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Golders Hill Ho.,
-, Ivy Ho.,
-, Manor Ho.,

Goldesborough, John,

Goldie, Edw., architect,

Goldie and Child, architects,

Golding:
-, Eliz., m. Chas. Dethwick,
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

goldsmith, Edw. the, see Edward

Goldsmith, Oliver,

golf,

Goodere:
-, Fran.,
-, Hen.,
-, Joanna, wid. of Thos.,
-, John,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Goodwin, John,

Goodyer, fam.,

Gordon:
-, Douglas, rector of Great Stanmore,
-, Fred.,
-, Ld. Geo.,
-, and see Hamilton-Gordon

Gordon riots,

Gore:
-, John,
-, Alderman Wm.,

Gore hundred,

Gor-Ray Ltd.,

Gosling, Thos.,

Gosport (Hants), organ from Canons at,

Gospriest:
-, Ralph,
-, Wm.,

Gosse:
-, Edm.,
-, Phil. Hen.,

Gosselyn, Wm.,

Gough:
-, Ann,
-, Hen., M.P.,
-, Ric.,

Gould:
-, Jas.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Gowan, Wm.,

Gower, see Leveson-Gower

Graham:
-, G. J.,
-, Sir Jas. Rob. Geo., bt., home secretary,

Grahame-White, Claude,

Grand Junction Canal Co.,

Grants, S. W., architect,

Granville, Grace (d. 1744), Countess Granville, dau. of John, earl of Bath, w. of Geo. Carteret, Baron Carteret,

Granville, Earl, see Leveson-Gower

Graunt Courts, man. in Felsted (Essex),

Grave, de la, see Grove

Gray (Grey):
-, John (fl. 1598),
-, John (fl. 1801),
-, Nic.,
-, Reynold, Ld. Grey of Ruthin,
-, Walker,

Great Cambridge Road,

Great Eastern Cabinet Co.,

Great Eastern Railway (formerly Northern and Eastern Railway),
-, manager,

Great North Road,

Great North Way (Barnet bypass),

Great Northern Palace Co.,

Great Northern Railway,
-, Hertford extension,

Great Northern Railway Co.,

Great Western Railway, see G.W.R.

Greater London Council,
-, fire svce.,

Greek Orthodox Church,

Green:
-, Jos. Hen.,
-, Marg.,
-, Phil.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. atte,
-, W. Curtis, architect,

Green Belt,

Green Lanes,

Green Line coaches,

Green Street, in Enfield, see Enfield Highway

Greenhill:
-, Agnes, see Nicholl
-, John,

Greenway, Erasmus,

Gregory, Rob. S., vicar of Edmonton,

Grenville:
-, Anna Eliz. Nugent-Temple-, see Brydges
-, Ric. Nugent-Temple- (d. 1839), Earl Temple (later TempleNugent - Brydges - Chandos -, duke of Buckingham and Chandos),
-, Ric. Plantagenet Temple-NugentBrydges-Chandos-, duke of Buckingham and Chandos (d. 1861),

Gresley, Sir Herb.,

Grey, see Gray

greyhound racing,

Greyhound Racing Association,

Griffin, -,

Grigg:
-, Barbara, wid. of Mic.,
-, Mic. (fl. 1627),
-, Mic. (d. c. 1719),

Grim's Dyke, earthwork,

Grimston:
-, Alice, m. Nic. Askew, Thos. Trussell,
-, Gabriel,
-, John,
-, Philippe, see Tiptoft

Grindal, Edm., bp. of London, later abp. of Canterbury,

Gripper Bros.,

Grout and Baylis, crape factory,

Grove (de la Grave):
-, Clarice, see Paris
-, John,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,
-, fam.,

Grovelands (Southgate Grove), see Southgate, mans. and other estates

Gubbay, Mrs. David,

Guillemard, Isaac,

Gunnersbury, in Ealing,

Gunpowder Plot,

Gunter (fl. 11th cent.), and see Gilbert

Guy's hosp., see Southwark

Habershon, W. G. and E., architects,

Habershon, W. G., and Pite, architects,

Hackney,

Hadfield Bros.,

Hadleigh (Essex),

Hadley:
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Hadley (Herts.),

Hadley, Monken (Monkenchurch), later in Herts., n,
-, agric.,
-, alms-hos.,
-, Pagitt's,
-, Wilbraham's,
-, boundaries,
-, bridges,
-, chars.,
-, chs.,
-, clubs and socs.,
-, coach svces.,
-, common fields,
-, inclosure,
-, common pasture and waste,
-, inclosure,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Beacon Ho.,
-, Chase,
-, Elms, n,
-, Fairholt,
-, Gate Ho.,
-, Hadley Bourne (formerly Dury Ho.),
-, Hadley Grove,
-, Hadley Ho.,
-, Hadley Hurst,
-, Hadley Lodge,
-, Lemmons (Gladsmuir Ho.),
-, Livingstone Cottage,
-, Monkenholt, n,
-, Monkenhurst,
-, Mount Ho.,
-, Ossulston Ho.,
-, White Lodge,
-, drainage,
-, educ.,
-, Enfield Chase, q.v.
-, farms and farm-hos.,
-, Glebe,
-, Gothic,
-, Hadley,
-, Woodcock,
-, geol. and soil,
-, growth,
-, Hadley Common, q.v.
-, Hadley Green, q.v.
-, Hadley Highstone, q.v.
-, halls and institutes,
-, hermitage,
-, incumbents, and see Burrows; Carrier; Cass; Cottrell; Felstead; Garrow; Pennant; Taylor; Turner
-, ind.,
-, brewing,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, mans. and other estates,
-, Capons Ho. (Bonnyes, Woodcock farm) ho.,
-, Folly farm,
-, Hadley (Monken Hadley) man., ho. (Hadley Ho., Manor Ho.),
-, Ludgrove (Ludgraves or Blue Ho. farm), ho. (Ludgrove Ho., Ludgrove Hall, Blue Ho.),
-, mills,
-, nonconf.,
-, omnibus svces.,
-, par. officers,
-, parks and open spaces,
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, postal svces.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Rose and Crown,
-, Two Brewers,
-, White Bear,
-, William IV,
-, Windmill,
-, rlys.,
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, sport,
-, tithes,
-, ward,
-, woodland, n,
-, wkho.,
-, worthies,

Hadley Common, in Monken Hadley,

Hadley Green, in Monken Hadley,

Hadley Highstone, in Monken Hadley,

Hadley Wood, in Enfield Chase,
-, Camlet Ho.,
-, chs.,
-, growth,
-, ind.,
-, rly. sta.,

Hadow Report,

Haggerston, in Shoreditch,

Hague, Miss,

Haigh, Thos.,

Haize, Phil. de la,

Hakebrook, see Bury Street stream

Hale, John of the,

Hale, the, in Hendon,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Orange Hill Ho.,
-, pub. ho., Green Man,
-, rly. sta.,

Hale, the, in Tottenham, see Tottenham Hale

Haley:
-, Hen., sr. (fl. 1623),
-, Hen., jr. (fl. 1624),
-, Hen. (fl. 1698),
-, John,
-, Mary,
-, Ric. (fl. 1652),
-, Ric. (fl. 1700),
-, fam.,

Haliwell, Shoreditch, priory of,

Hall:
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. John, vicar of Tottenham and canon of St. Paul's,

Hall, L., (Edmonton) Ltd.,

Hallam, Jasper,

Hallett:
-, Wm. (d. 1781),
-, Wm. (fl. 1786),

Hallifax, Sir Thos., ld. mayor of Lond.,

Halliwick, see Edmonton, mans. and other estates (Bush Hill)

Halsbury, earl of, see Giffard

Hamilton:
-, Alex.,
-, E. L.,
-, Jas., earl of Abercorn,
-, Jas., marquess (later duke) of Abercorn,
-, John Jas., marquess of Abercorn,

Hamilton-Gordon:
-, Art., Ld. Stanmore,
-, Geo., earl of Aberdeen,
-, fam.,

Hammersmith,
-, ch.,

Hammond:
-, F. T., vicar of South Mimms,
-, Frances Isabella,
-, Maud,
-, P. A., vicar of South Mimms,
-, P. F., vicar of South Mimms,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. Parker,
-, fam.,

Hamon, s. of Roger,

Hamond:
-, Anne, w. of Somerset Davies,
-, John (fl. 1280),
-, John (fl. 1426),
-, Marg., see Smith
-, Pet.,
-, Ric.,
-, Sim.,
-, fam.,

Hamp, Stanley, architect,

Hampshire, see Faringdon; Gosport

Hampstead,
-, ch., gates from Canons at,
-, Kilburn, q.v.
-, University Coll. sch.,

Hampstead Garden Suburb, in Hendon and Finchley,
-, chs.,
-, clubs and socs.,
-, educ.,
-, institute,
-, nonconf.,

Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust,

Hampstead Heath, in Hampstead and Hendon,

Hampstead Heath Extension Tenants Ltd.,

Hampstead Tenants Ltd.,

Hampstead tube, see Northern line

Hancock, C. F.,

Handel, Geo. Fred.,

Handley Page, Fred., see Page

Handley Page Ltd.,

Handley Page Transport,

Handsworth (Staffs.), see Perry Hall

Hanselin:
-, Gille, see Rames
-, Wm.,

Harding:
-, Joan, see Pluckington
-, Thos.,
-, - (fl. 16th cent.),

Hare:
-, Benj.,
-, Eliz., w. of Hen., Ld. Coleraine,
-, Hen., Ld. Coleraine (d. 1708),
-, Hen., Ld. Coleraine (d. 1749),
-, Hugh, Ld. Coleraine,
-, Lucy, w. of Hugh, Ld. Coleraine,
-, Thos.,
-, Zachariah,
-, fam.,

Haringey:
-, Lond. boro. of,
-, arms,
-, council,

Harlesden, in Willesden,

Harman:
-, Edw.,
-, Eliz. Marg.,
-, Ellen Anna,

Harold, Earl, later King,

Harper & Tunstall,

Harringay, in Tottenham and Hornsey,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, nonconf.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, ward,

Harringay Stadium, in Tottenham,

Harrison:
-, D. J.,
-, Geo. H. R.,
-, Mary,
-, Ric.,
-, Sam.,
-, Thos.,
-, Wm. (fl. 1607),
-, Wm. (fl. 1749),
-, fam.,

Harrow,
-, boro.,
-, arms,
-, wards,
-, Kenton, q.v.
-, Lond. boro. of,
-, arms,
-, wards,
-, Preston, q.v.
-, rly. stas.,
-, Tokyngton, q.v.
-, urban district,
-, arms,
-, council,
-, wards,
-, Uxendon, q.v.
-, vicar of, see Wilcocks
-, Wealdstone, q.v.
-, Wembley, q.v.

Harrow and Stanmore Gas Co., see Stanmore Gas Co.

Harrow and Stanmore Railway Co.,

Harrow School,

Harrow Weald, in Harrow,
-, Bentley Priory estate,
-, Grim's Dyke (ho.),
-, Kenton Lane farm,

Harry, Horace,

Hart:
-, A. N., architect,
-, Chas.,
-, J.,
-, Wm. (d. 1683),
-, Wm. (fl. 1793),

Harting, Jas.,

Hartley, Ralph,

Hartridge, Chas.,

Harvey:
-, Geo. Dan.,
-, John,
-, Wm. Wigan,

Harwood:
-, Arnold, architect,
-, Thos.,

Haseley:
-, Agnes, wid. of Thos.,
-, Christine, m. Hen. Waver, Thos. Cook,
-, Thos.,

Hassell, John, vicar of South Mimms,

Hastings:
-, Ada de, see Ada
-, Anne, wid. of John, earl of Pembroke,
-, Cath., wid. of Wm., Ld. Hastings,
-, Edw.,
-, Hen. de,
-, Sir Hen. de, s. of Hen.,
-, Joan, w. of Sir Hen. de,
-, John, Ld. Hastings (d. 1313),
-, John, Ld. Hastings (d. c. 1325),
-, John, earl of Pembroke (d. 1375),
-, John, earl of Pembroke (d. 1389),
-, Laur., earl of Pembroke,
-, Philippa, wid. of John, m. 2 Ric. FitzAlan, earl of Arundel,
-, Selina, ctss. of Huntingdon, see Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion
-, Wm., Ld. Hastings (d. 1483),

Hastings or Pembrokes, see Totten- ham, mans. and other estates

Hatch, Wal. atte,

Hatfield (Herts.),
-, Hatfield Ho.,

Hatton, in East Bedfont,

Haughton, Rog.,

Havilland, see de Havilland

Hawes, Nic.,

Hawker Siddeley Group,

Hawkes:
-, Ric.,
-, Rob.,

Hawkins, Wm., curate of Kingsbury, vicar of Willesden, and canon of St. Paul's,

Hawland brook, see Pymme's brook

Hawtrey, Wm.,

Haxell, Edw. Nelson,

Hay, A., vicar of South Mimms,

Haydok:
-, Ellen, see Plesington
-, Gilb.,

Haye, de la (atte Haye):
-, Agnes, wid. of Rog.,
-, Christine, m. Wm. Aunsel,
-, Rog.,
-, fam.,

Hayes:
-, Alice,
-, John,
-, John, s. of John,
-, Marg.,
-, Sim.,
-, fam.,
-, and see Hays

Hayes,

Hayly, Ann,

Hayman:
-, Fran., painter, n
-, Hen.,
-, Pet.,
-, Sarah, see Collet

Hayne, W., architect,

Hays:
-, Ben.,
-, Trebe Hele,
-, and see Hayes

Hayward, Hen. le,

Head:
-, Frank,
-, John,

head tenants, see tenure

Heal, John,

Heath, Sir Thos.,

Heathfield, John, vicar of South Mimms,

Heavy Current Electric Accessories Co., see M. K. Electric Ltd.

Hechstetter:
-, Charlotte, w. of David,
-, Sir David (d. 1721),
-, David (d. 1757),

Hedges Reinforced Plastics,

Heenan Beddow,

Hegge:
-, John atte,
-, Wm. atte,
-, -, w. of Wm. atte, see Collins
-, -, m. Thos. Freville,
-, -, m. Rog. Smith,

Helen, ctss. of Huntingdon, m. 1 John the Scot, 2 Rob. de Quincy,

Helene Friederike Auguste, duchess of Albany,

Hemel Hempstead (Herts.),

Hemery, Chas.,

Heming:
-, Geo.,
-, Ric.,
-, Thos.,
-, -, wid. of Geo.,
-, fam.,

Hende, John,

Henderson, A. E., architect,

Hendon, Gilb. of,

Hendon,
-, aerodrome,
-, agric.,
-, allotments,
-, alms-hos.,
-, Daniel's,
-, Nicholl's,
-, baths,
-, boro.,
-, arms,
-, council,
-, boundaries,
-, Brent Street, q.v.
-, bridges,
-, Burnt Oak, q.v.
-, Burroughs, the, q.v.
-, cemeteries,
-, chantry,
-, chars.,
-, Childs Hill, q.v.
-, Church End, q.v.
-, chs.,
-, cinemas,
-, clubs and socs.,
-, coach svces.,
-, Colin Deep, q.v.
-, Colindale, q.v.
-, commons and greens,
-, Cricklewood, q.v.
-, customary wks. and svces., n,
-, drainage,
-, Drivers Hill, q.v.
-, Edgware Road, q.v.
-, educ.,
-, electricity,
-, farms and farm-hos.,
-, Ashley,
-, Barnet Gate,
-, Bittacy,
-, Bunns,
-, Burroughs (Grove),
-, Burton Hole,
-, Church,
-, Church End,
-, Cockmans in the Wood,
-, Cookes,
-, Cowleaze,
-, Decoy,
-, Dole Street,
-, Dollis,
-, Elm (Rose),
-, Goodhews, Old,
-, Gutters Hedge,
-, Guttershedge, Lower,
-, Guttershedge, Upper (Brent),
-, Hale, Lower (Hale Grove),
-, Hale, Upper,
-, Holders Hill,
-, Home (Heath),
-, Hyde,
-, Hyvers Hill Wood,
-, Lawrence Street,
-, Manor,
-, Partingdale (Pattengale),
-, Reets,
-, Rookery,
-, Sanders Lane (Devonshire),
-, Shakerham,
-, Shoelands,
-, Stoneyfields,
-, Temple Fortune,
-, Tithe,
-, Tooley's (Wildwood),
-, Uphill,
-, Westcroft,
-, fields,
-, fire,
-, friendly socs.,
-, gas,
-, geol. and soil,
-, Golders Green, q.v.
-, Golders Hill, q.v.
-, Greek Orthodox Ch.,
-, group hosp. management cttee.,
-, growth,
-, Hale, the, q.v.
-, halls and institutes,
-, Hampstead Garden Suburb, q.v.
-, Hampstead Heath, q.v.
-, Hendon, West, q.v.
-, Highwood Hill, q.v.
-, Holcombe Hill, q.v.
-, hosps.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, Hyde, the, q.v.
-, ind.,
-, aircraft,
-, brewing,
-, brick-making,
-, charcoal,
-, furniture-making,
-, motor,
-, Jews,
-, librs. and reading rooms,
-, local board,
-, wards,
-, mans. and other estates,
-, Belmont, Ho.,
-, Blechenham,
-, Clitterhouse,
-, Coventry, n,
-, Frith and Newhall,
-, ho.,
-, Goldbeaters,
-, Goodhews,
-, Hendon man., cts., officers,
-, Hendon Park,
-, Hendon Place, ho. (Hendon Place or Ho.),
-, Hodford and Cowhouse (Golders Green farm),
-, Lotheresleage,
-, Moat Mount,
-, Renters or Romers,
-, Wyldes, ho.,
-, mkt. gdning. and nurseries,
-, mkts. and fairs,
-, Mill Hill, q.v.
-, mills,
-, mus.,
-, nonconf.,
-, omnibus svces.,
-, Page Street, q.v.
-, par. officers,
-, parks and open spaces,
-, police,
-, poor law union,
-, bd. of guardians,
-, wkho. (Redhill),
-, poor-relief,
-, pop.,
-, postal svces.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, rlys. and Underground rlys.,
-, rectory, and see Dudley, Wm.
-, Redhill, q.v.
-, retail trade,
-, roads,
-, Rom. Cathm.,
-, Rom. remains,
-, rural district,
-, council,
-, rural sanitary authority, see Edgware, rural sanitary authority
-, sewerage,
-, soc. life,
-, sport,
-, Temple Fortune, q.v.
-, theatres,
-, tithes,
-, town hall,
-, tram svces.,
-, urban district,
-, council,
-, vicars, and see Bailey; Bate; Garrick; Rawlins; Shether; Warham; Williams
-, water,
-, woodland, n
-, wkhos., and see Hendon, poor law union
-, worthies,

Hendon, West, in Hendon,
-, chs.,
-, educ.,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,

Hendon & Finchley Brick & Tile Works,

Hendon & Finchley Times,

Hendon Co-Operative Soc.,

Hendon Flower of Oddfellows,

Hendon Young Men's Friendly Soc.,

Heneage:
-, Rob.,
-, Thos.,

Henningham:
-, Geo.,
-, Marg., m. Jasper Phesaunt, n

Henrietta Maria, queen of Chas. I,

Henry II,

Henry IV, formerly earl of Derby and duke of Lancaster,

Henry V,

Henry VI,

Henry VII,

Henry VIII,

Henry, s. of David I of Scotland, earl of Huntingdon and later earl of Northumberland,

Henry the Teuton,

Henshaw, Wal.,

Henson, A. E., architect,

Heraud, John Abraham,

Herbert:
-, Sir Edw. (d. 1595),
-, Edw. (fl. 1706),
-, Eliz., see Somerset
-, Hen. Art., Ld. Herbert of Cherbury and earl of Powis,
-, Percy, Ld. Powis,
-, Phil., earl of Montgomery, later earl of Pembroke,
-, Wm., earl of Pembroke,
-, Wm., Ld. Powis,
-, Wm., marquess of Powis (d. 1696),
-, Wm., marquess of Powis (d. 1745),
-, Wm., marquess of Powis (d. 1748),
-, Wm. (fl. 1810),
-, fam.,

Hereford:
-, ctsses. of, see FitzAlan; Mandeville
-, earls of, see Bohun

Herewinton, Adam de,

Herne, John,

Heron:
-, Emme, see Plessis
-, John (d. 1326),
-, John (d. 1335),
-, Marg.,

Hertford, John de, abbot of St. Albans,

Hertford (Herts.),
-, castle,
-, rly. svces. to,

Hertford Road, in Edmonton, see Fore Street

Hertford Road, in Enfield,
-, chs.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Bell,
-, Black Horse,
-, Fox and Crown,
-, Red Lion,
-, and see Enfield Highway; Enfield Wash; Fore Street and Hertford Road

Hertfordshire,
-, county council,
-, and see Aldenham; Amwell; Ashwell; Barnet, Chipping; Barnet, East; Barnet, High; Barnet, New; Brookmans Park; Broxbourne; Bushey; Bushey Heath; Chadwell; Cheshunt; Cuffley; Elstree; Hadley; Hatfield; Hemel Hempstead; Hertford; Hertingfordbury; Hitchin; Hoddesdon; Hunsdon; Langley, Kings; Lemsfordmills; Letchworth; Mimms, North; Northaw; Ponsbourne; Rickmansworth; Ridge; St. Albans; Sawbridgeworth; Shenley; Stevenage; Stortford, Bishop's; Totteridge; Waltham Cross; Ware; Watford; Welwyn Garden City; Widford

Hertfordshire Association of Baptist Churches,

Hertfordshire Yeomanry Cavalry,

Hertingfordbury (Herts.),

Hertsmere district council,

Hesdin:
-, Ernulf of,
-, Sibyl, m. Wal. of Salisbury,

Heston, Osterley Park,

Hetherington, John,

Hewys:
-, Alice, see Cromer
-, Thos.,

Heybourne:
-, Sir Ferdinando,
-, Lady (fl. 1619),

Heybourne, see Dean's brook

Heyman, Hen.,

Heyn, Ric.,

Heynes, Rob.,

Heyrun (de Hairun):
-, Ralph (c. 1086),
-, Ralph (fl. early 13th cent.),
-, Ralph, s. of Ralph,
-, Rob.,

Hickes, Gaspar, vicar of Tottenham,

Hickman:
-, Ant.,
-, John,

Hicks:
-, Dr. Hen.,
-, Wm., vicar of Edmonton,

Hickson, Jas.,

Hidagium,

High Cross or Tottenham Green, in Tottenham,
-, chs.,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Avenue Ho.,
-, Drapers' alms-hos.,
-, Eaton Ho.,
-, Elms,
-, Ferns,
-, Grove Ho.,
-, Hatfield Ho.,
-, Stanstead Ho.,
-, Wilton Ho.,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. ho., Swan,
-, ward,

High Road, in Tottenham,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Ald. Staines's alms-hos.,
-, Barnfield Ho.,
-, Black Ho. (Rydley),
-, Brook Ho.,
-, Bruce Grove,
-, Dial Ho.,
-, Earlsmead,
-, Elmhurst,
-, Lordship Hall,
-, Percy Ho.,
-, Red Ho.,
-, Sailmakers' alms-hos.,
-, Stonebridge Ho.,
-, Suffield Lodge,
-, Vicarage,
-, growth,
-, halls and institutes,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. hos.,
-, Bell and Hare,
-, George and Vulture,
-, Horns (Hart's Horns),
-, Red Lion,
-, Ship,
-, White Hart,
-, ward,

Highbury, in Islington,

Highgate, Thos.,

Highgate, in Hornsey and St. Pancras,
-, rly. sta.,

Highgate Hill, in Islington,

Highlord, John,

highwaymen, and see Turpin

Highwood Hill, in Hendon,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Highwood Ho.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Plough,
-, Rising Sun,
-, Three Crowns,

Hill:
-, Alb.,
-, Art.,
-, Chris.,
-, Geo. Norman Birkbeck,
-, John, bldr.,
-, Rowland,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Hillingdon,

Hill's brew-ho., in Green Street,

Hillson, Rob.,

Hillyer, Jas.,

Hilman, Thos., curate of Kingsbury and canon of St. Paul's,

Hinde:
-, Augustine,
-, Rowland,

Hindle, John,

Hipwell, Mrs. (fl. c. 1850),

Hitchin (Herts.),

Hitchings, John,

Hoadly, John, abp. of Armagh,

Hoare:
-, Sir Ric.,
-, Sir Sam., bt.,
-, fam.,

Hobb Hale, see Bury Street stream

Hobby:
-, Marg. Maria, m. - Jermyn,
-, Mary, see Beale
-, Sir Phil.,
-, fam.,

Hobson, Wm.,

Hocklie, John,

Hoddesdon:
-, Gillian, see Joigneur
-, Guy of,
-, Sim.,

Hoddesdon (Herts.),

Hodford and Cowhouse, see Hendon, mans. and other estates

Hodges:
-, Sam.,
-, fam.,

Hodgkin:
-, Dr. Thos.,
-, Vincent, vicar of South Mimms,
-, fam.,

Hodgson:
-, C. R. P.,
-, Mary, see Nicholl

Hodsden:
-, Rog.,
-, fam.,

Hodson, W.,

Hodson and Whitehead, architects,

Hoffman, Hen.,

Holborn:
-, Lincoln's Inn,
-, St. Giles-in-the-Fields, hosp. of,

Holcombe Hill, in Hendon,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, Holcombe Ho.,
-, nonconf.,

Holden, Chas., architect,

Holland, Nic., minister of Little Stanmore,

Hollond:
-, Ellen Julia, wid. of Rob.,
-, Rob., M.P.,
-, fam.,

Holloway, in Islington,
-, Metropolitan cattle mkt.,

Holm, Eliza,

Holmes:
-, Edw.,
-, Jasper,

Holmshill brook,

Holy Trinity, Aldgate (Lond.), priory of, n,
-, prior of, see Temple, Ric. de

Home and Colonial School Soc.,

Hone:
-, Nat.,
-, Wm.,

Honest, Gertuch,

Honeyland, Ellis of,

Honeylands and Pentriches, see Enfield, mans. and other estates

Honeywood, Rob.,

Honorius III, Pope,

Hood:
-, Alex., Vct. Bridport, n
-, Frances, m. - Broderip,
-, Thos., poet,

Hooper, Hen.,

Hopcock (Hobcok), John,

Hopegood:
-, And.,
-, fam.,

Hornblower, Geo., architect,

Horne:
-, Alwin,
-, Wm.,

Hornsey,
-, dom. bldgs.:
-, Haringey Ho.,
-, Mattisons,
-, educ.,
-, Highgate, q.v.
-, Muswell Hill, q.v.
-, nonconf.,
-, rly. sta.,
-, sewerage,
-, town hall,
-, urban district,

Horsepool Stones, in Enfield, see Enfield Wash

horse-racing,

Horton:
-, John,
-, Mrs. Mary,

Houchin, H. R., architect,

Hounsden gutter, brook,

Housing, Ministry of,

Hoval Boilers,

Hovenden:
-, Chris., fellow of All Souls Coll., Oxford,
-, Rob., warden of All Souls Coll., Oxford,

Howard:
-, Art. Jas.,
-, Hen., earl of Northampton,
-, John Eliot,
-, Luke,
-, Marg., w. of Wm., Ld. Howard,
-, Rob.,
-, Thos., duke of Norfolk,
-, Wm., Ld. Howard (d. 1573),
-, Ld. Wm. (d. 1640),

Howard & Co.,

Howard & Sons, chemical manufacturers,

Howard de Walden, Ld. and Lady, see Scott-Ellis

Howell, W. C.,

Howes, Geo.,

Howkins:
-, John,
-, fam.,

Hoxton, in Shoreditch,

Hubbersty, - (fl. c. 1690), n

Hucks:
-, Rob.,
-, Rob., s. of Rob.,
-, Sarah, see Coghill

Hudson:
-, Geo., rector of Great Stanmore,
-, John,

Hudson's Bay Co.,

Hugh of Eu, see Eu

Hugh, earl of Chester,

Hughes, Obadiah,

Huicke, Rob.,

Hulson, John,

Hume, Abraham,

Hunsdon:
-, Hen.,
-, fam.,

Hunsdon (Herts.),

Hunt:
-, Hen.,
-, Isaac,
-, Jas. Hen. Leigh,
-, John,

Hunter:
-, John,
-, Thos.,

hunting,

Huntingdon:
-, ctsses. of, see Helen; Maud
-, Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion, q.v.
-, earls of, see David I; David; John the Scot; St. Liz; Waltheof

Huntingdon,

Huntington, Wm.,

Hupfield Bros.,

Hurley (Berks.), priory of,

Hurst:
-, Harriett,
-, R. W., architect,

Husband, John, vicar of Tottenham and canon of St. Paul's,

Huxley:
-, Geo.,
-, John,
-, Meliora, m. - Shaw,
-, Sarah,
-, Thos.,
-, fam.,

Hyde:
-, Alice,
-, Eleanor, wid.,
-, Helen, m. 1 Ric. Smith, Ric. atte Hyde,
-, Hen. (fl. 1541),
-, Hen. (d. 1877),
-, Isabel, m. Sim. Taylor,
-, Julia, wid. of Hen.,
-, Mariot, m. Wm. Shepherd,
-, Mic. atte,
-, Ric. atte, n
-, Wm.,

Hyde, the, in Hendon and Kingsbury,
-, dom. bldgs.,
-, educ.,
-, housing and council estates,
-, ind.,
-, nonconf.,
-, pub. hos.:
-, Boot,
-, George,
-, New King's Arms,
-, Old or Lower King's Arms,
-, Red Lion,
-, Two Poplars,
-, rly. sta.,
-, Rom. Cathm.,

Ilford (Essex),

immigrants,
-, Germans,
-, Greek Cypriots,
-, Irish,
-, West Indians,

Imperial Airways,

Imperial Gas Co.,

Imperial Lamp Works,

Improved Industrial Dwellings Co.,

Ince, fam.,

Independent Evangelical Churches, Fellowship of,

Independents, see Congregationalists

India Tyres,

Industrial Orthopaedic Soc.,

industry, see aircraft industry; brewing; brick-making; charcoal; coach-building; electrical and radio industries; engineering; furniture-making; lace-making; malt trade; metal industries; motor industry; munitions industry; paper-making; tanning; weaving

Ingle, Ann,

Inglis barracks, in Mill Hill,

Ingram (Ingelram), chancellor of Scotland and bp. of Glasgow,

Ingram:
-, Dr. Jas.,
-, John, chaplain of Kingsbury,

Injection Moulders,

Innocent, John,

Inskip, see Lade

International Exhibition, South Kensington,

International Flavors and Fragrance,

Inverforth, Ld., see Weir

Irby, Marg.,

Ireland, Dr. John,

Isaac, fam.,

Isabel, dau. of David, earl of Huntingdon, m. Rob. de Bruce, ld. of Annandale,

Isham:
-, Greg.,
-, Hen.,
-, John,

Islington, John of,

Islington,
-, Highbury, q.v.
-, Highgate Hill, q.v.
-, Holloway, q.v.
-, nonconf.,
-, poor law union,
-, urban district,
-, Western Synagogue,

Jack, Chas.,

Jackson:
-, Art.,
-, Cath.,
-, Dr. Humph.,
-, John,
-, Jos.,
-, Mary, m. Wm. Tash,
-, Ric.,
-, fam.,

Jacob, John, vicar of South Mimms and Ridge,

Jacomb, Rob.,

Jaffray, Sir Wm., bt.,

Jakings, Wm.,

James I,

James:
-, Agnes, m. 2 Ric. Shelley,
-, John (fl. 1559),
-, John (fl. 1714), architect,
-, Thos.,

Janaway, Thos., bell-founder,

Janson, Wm.,

Jarpenville:
-, Alice de, see Longespée
-, Geof. de,

Jebb, Sir Ric., bt.,

Jehovah's Witnesses,

Jekyll, John,

Jellect, see Gillett

Jenks, Morris,

Jennett, A. R., architect,

Jennings, R.,

Jephson, Wm.,

Jeremy's Green, in Edmonton, see Marsh Side

Jermyn:
-, Marg. Maria, see Hobby
-, Steph.,
-, fam.,

Jerningham:
-, Edm.,
-, Hen.,

Jervis:
-, Dorothy, see Peach
-, Paul,

Jewish Children Refugees,

Jews,
-, moneylenders, n

Jifkins, Ann,

Johannot, Israel,

John, King,

John the Scot, earl of Huntingdon and later of Chester,

John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster,

John, John,

John a Marsh Green, in Edmonton, see Marsh Side

John Groom's Crippleage,

Johnson:
-, Amy, flyer,
-, Chas., dramatist,
-, Revd. J. N.,
-, John, architect,
-, Rob.,
-, Sam., writer,
-, W. J.,

Johnson's of Hendon,

Joigneur, Gillian le, m. Guy of Hoddesdon,

Jones:
-, Alf.,
-, Denton, vicar of Tottenham,
-, Sir Edw. C. Burne-, painter,
-, Jas.,
-, Owen,
-, Priscilla, see Mackeris
-, fam.,

Jordaine, And.,

Jordan:
-, Abraham,
-, Joan, w. of Wm., m. 2 Hugh Morland,
-, Ric.,
-, Wm.,

Joynes, Hen.,

Judde, Thos.,

Judith, Ctss., wid. of Waltheof,

Julian, John,