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'Index', A History of the County of Wiltshire: Volume 6 (1962), pp. 229-239. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41814 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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Note: The following abbreviations have been used: adv., advowson; agric., agriculture; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Ant., Anthony; Abp., Archbishop; Bart., Bartholomew; Ben., Benjamin; Bp., Bishop; cast., castle; Cath., Catherine; cath., cathedral; chap., chapel; char., charity; Chas., Charles; Chris., Christopher; ch., church; coll., college; Ctss., Countess; Dan., Daniel; d., died; Edm., Edmund; Edw., Edward; Eliz., Elizabeth; fam., family; Fred., Frederick; Geo., George; Geof., Geoffrey; Gilb., Gilbert; Hen., Henry; Herb., Herbert; Ho., House; hosp., hospital; Humph., Humphrey; hund., hundred; inc., inclosure; ind., industry; Jas., James; Jos., Joseph; Kath., Katherine; man., manor; Marg., Margaret; m., married; Mat., Matthew; Mic., Michael; Nic., Nicholas; nonconf., nonconformity; par., parish; Parl. rep., Parliamentary representation; Phil., Philip; pop., population; rly., railway; Ric., Richard; riv., river; Rob., Robert; Rog., Roger; Rom. Cath., Roman Catholicism; Sam., Samuel; Sar., Salisbury; sch., school; Sim., Simon; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Vct., Viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William.

Abarowe, — (fl. 1568), 182

Abbot, Angustine, 151; Jas., 20

Abbotsbury (Dors.), Abbot of, 152

Abyn, John, 99 n, 127

Ælfmaer, moneyer, 53

Ælfnoth, moneyer, 53

Ælfred, moneyer, 53

Ælfstan, moneyer, 53

Ælfwine, moneyer, 53

Ælfwold, moneyer, 53

Aguiler, le, Gilb., 13; Ric., 13; Rob., 13

Aiscough, Wm., Bp. of Sar., 29, 102

Aiulf, Sheriff of Dorset, 41

Albinaco, Hugh de, Earl of Arundel (d. 1243), 184

Albert, Prince Consort, 144

Aldbourne, 151

Alderbury, Rob. of, 132

Alderbury, 65, 91, 114, 145, 169, 175, 194; and see Ivychurch

Alderbury, hund. of, 195

Alderney (Channel Islands), 127

Aldred, thegn, 41, 45, 46

Aldwine, moneyer, 62

Alexander, Du Pré, Earl of Caledon (d. 1839), 63, 67, 201, 202, 206; Jas., 63, 201, 202, 203, 207, 209; Josias Du Pré, 207

Alexander and Son, engineers, 131

Alford fam., 183, 192

Alfred, King, 7

Allen, Canon H. M., 191

Ambrose, Chris., 126

Amesbury, 8, 213, 214, 219, 221, 227; priory of, 148, 217

Amesbury, hund. of, 195 n

Amiens (France, Somme), 127

Amsterdam (Netherlands), 156

Andalusia (Spain), 127 n

Anderson, Wm. Louis, Bp. of Sar., 78

Andover (Hants), 10, 62, 118, 132

Antwerp (Belgium), 124, 128

ApEvans, Elys, 25; fam., 25

Artor, Thos., 87

Arundel, Earl of, see Albinaco

Arundell, Hen., Lord Arundell of Wardour (d. 1726), 6; Hen., Lord Arundell of Wardour (d. 1746), 156; Jas. Everard (father of Lord Arundell of Wardour, d. 1817), 156; Jas. Everard, Lord Arundell of Wardour (d 1817), 156; Raymond Thos., 155, 156; Sir Thos., 102

Ashford, John, 134, 153

Ashley, Cath., m. Geo. Wyndham, 185; Edm., 85; Gabriel, 185; Hen., 85; Marg., see Harris; fam., 85

Asquith, Herb. Hen., Earl of Oxford and Asquith (d. 1928), 123

Aston, Maj.-Gen. Sir Geo. Grey, 222, 223

Atclough, Giles, 85

Athelstan, King, 8

Atteyate, John, 210

Attwater, Thos., 158

Attwood, Caroline Mary, 184; Francis, 184

Aubery, Edw., 220

Aubrey, John, 6, 9, 130, 131, 141

Aubyn, Phil., 104

Aucher, Aucher, son of Hen., 184, 189; Hen., 184, 187; John, 184; John (? another), 217; John, son of Thos., 217; Ric., son of Aucher, 184, 186, 214; Ric., son of Hen., 186; Ric., son of Ric., 217; fam., 185, 214, 218

Audley, Edm., Bp. of Sar., 74

Aunger, John, 124

Autotrope Co., 131

Avon, in Stratford, 38, 43, 44, 199, 208; man., 207

Avon, riv., 2, 38, 51, 52, 63, 64, 65, 69, 70, 72, 77, 79, 87, 89, 90, 92, 93, 110, 115, 120, 180, 186, 187, 198, 199, 209, 213, 221, 222, 225

Avranches, Hugh of, Earl of Chester, 184, 214

Axminster (Devon), 27

Aylward, Wm. Price, 142

Azor (fl. 11th cent.), 9

Bachet, Rob., 96 n

Baddeley, Hermione, 216

Bailey (Bayly), Lt.-Col. F. G. G., 211 n, 215, 216, 223; Geo., 190; Jas., 222; Lady Janet, 215, 222; John (d. 1582), 128; John (d. 1600), 82, 93, 145; John (d. c. 1611), 93, 145; John (fl. 1611), 145; Mary, 93; Rob., 93; S., 190; Thos., 93; fam., 82, 93

Baker, Edw., 169, 170, 171 n, 173, 174; Wm. (fl. 1478), 27; Wm. (fl. 1632), 136

Bampfield, Francis, 157

Banks (Bankes), Ben., 142; Sir John, 201

Barford, Pet. of, 14; Mrs. —, 169

Barford St. Martin, 4, 26, 28

Barlowe, Wm., 125

Barrington, Shute, Bp. of Sar., 74, 78, 121

Bartholomew, John, 127; Ric., 126, 127; Ric., son of Ric., 127

Bartlett, Geo., 132 n; J. H., 187

Basket, John, 138, 140

Bath, Eliz., 174, 175; F., 83

Bath, bpric. of, 55

Bath, Earl of, see Bourchier

Bath (Som.), 18, 81, 105, 200

Bath and Wells, Bp. of, 128

Bathampton, in Steeple Langford, 27

Bathurst, Pet., 26, 28

Batt, John, 99; Thos., 92 n

Batts, Thos., 157

Bavant, Rog., 29; fam., 29

Bayeux, Odo, Bp. of, 9

Bayly, see Bailey

Baynton, Agnes, 184; Sir Edw. (fl. 1531), 65; Edw. (fl. 1564), 184; Wm., 184

Beach, Wm., 130

Beaton, John, 207

Beauchamp, Ric. de, Bp. of Sar., 70, 102, 133, 134, 150, 208

Beaufort, Hen., Cardinal, 9

Beckford, Julines, 122; Wm. (d. 1770), 92; Wm. (d. 1844), 92

Beckham, Humph., 137, 151; John, 137

Beckingham, Hen., 84, 151, 152; John, 84, 145, 151, 152, 154; Steph., 151, 152

Bedbury, Rog., 119

Bedford, Duke of, see Fitz Warin (John)

Bedford, Thos., 208

Bedwinde, Steph., 70 n

Bedwyn, Great, 62

Bee, Thos., 172

Begin, Abbé Nic., 156

Beirut (Lebanon), 127 n

Bele, Ric., 126

Belejambe, Ric., 27

Bemerton, Mat. of, 43; Serle of, 43 n

Bemerton, in Fugglestone, 1, 26, 71, 72, 190; agric., 45–46; bridge, 64; chap. 37; char., 47, 48, 194; chs., 40, 46–49; gallows, 41; houses, 40, 41; ind., 46; mans., 41–43, 45–46; mills, 43, 45; nonconf., 49, 160, 161; par., 38, 49; Rectory, 40; roads, 39: Rom. Cath., 49; schs., 49–50; village, 40

Bemerton Heath, 38, 40, 92, 162, 164, 168

Bendeng, Wm. de, 54, 55

Bennett (Bennet), Ellis, 202; Jas., 143; Pet., and his w. Christine, 43, 124 n; fam., 143

Benson, Rob., 64

Benyngham, Thos., 13

Berecok, Wal., 56

Berengaria, Queen of Richard I, 8

Berkeley, Eliz., see Biddestone; Sir John, 42; Kath., m. Francis Cheyney, 42; Wm., 42

Berkshire, 7, 169

Bernewell, de, Adam, 79 n; Ric., 79 n; fam., 79

Berwick, John, 43; Wm. of, 103

Best, Mat., 170

Bettesthorne, see Biddestone

Beverley (Yorks.), 135

Beverstone (Gloucs.), 42

Bickton, in Fordingbridge (Hants), 214, 217

Biddestone (Bettesthorne, Budesterne), Eliz., m. Sir John Berkeley, 42; John of, 42

Bideford, John of, 21

Bigg, W. G., 203

Bingham, Rob., Bp. of Sar., 30, 77, 88, 124; Rob., ambassador, 30; fam., 30

Birkbeck, Revd. W. G., 151

Birkenhead, Sir John, 18, 28

Birmingham, 130

Bishopsdown, in Milford, 82, 92–93, 145, 162, 167

Bishopstoke (Hants), 132

Bishopstone (S. Wilts.), 28

Bishopstrow, Wm. of, 21

Bisse, Rog., 204

Bitterlegh, John, 101, 104

Blacking, W. H. Randoll, 147, 154

Blackmore, Wm., 143

Blake, John, 203, 207; Thos., 203, 207

Blakeford, Rob. of, 41

Blandford (Dors.), 119

Blecher, Thos., 207

Blechynden, Marg., 84, 169

Blois, Pet. of, 61

Blow, Detmar, 215, 216, 224

Blundell, Emily A., 194

Blyth, —, organ-builder, 147

Bodenham (Bottenham), Agnes, 79; Anne, 184; Cecily, Abbess of Wilton, 43; Hen., 43, 44, 46

Bodenham, see Nunton and Bodenham

Bohun, Jocelin de, Bp. of Sar., 52, 61

Bokeland, Wm., 125 n

Boniface IX, Pope, 147

Bont, Rob. le, 85, 104

Bony, Mat., 193

Bordeaux (France), 126

Boston, Rob., 99

Boston (U.S.A., Mass.), 160

Botly, Wm., 172, 173; fam., 130

Bottenham, see Bodenham

Boucher, Wm. (d. 1676), 192; Wm. (fl. 1800), 122

Boulton, Ric., 201

Bourchier, John, Earl of Bath (d. 1560), 181

Bourne, Revd. Geo. Hugh, 84, 85, 115

Bourne, riv., 51, 69, 92, 93

Bournemouth (Hants), 131

Bouverie, Duncombe Pleydell-, 122; Jacob Pleydell-, Earl of Radnor (d. 1828), 87, 109, 112, 121, 122, 139, 182; Jacob Pleydell-, Vct. Folkestone later Earl of Radnor (d. 1889), 167; Jacob Pleydell-, Vct. Folkestone later Earl of Radnor (d. 1930), 123; Wm., Vct. Folkestone later Earl of Radnor (d. 1776), 81, 112; Wm. Pleydell-, Vct. Folkestone later Earl of Radnor (d. 1869), 122; Wm. Pleydell-, Earl of Radnor (d. 1900), 123; fam. 121, 123

Bower, Thos., 127

Bowerman, Dr. And., 66, 204, 211; Anne his 1st wife, 211; Anne his 2nd wife, 66, 204

Bowle and Sons, Messrs. F., millers, 187

Bowles, Gen. Sir Geo., 223; John, 47, 217; Wm. (d. 1788), 224, 225; Wm., son of Wm., 223, 224; fam., 224

Boys, Wm., 42, 43

Boyton, Thos. de, 103 n, 150

Braddell, Darcy, 215

Bradenstoke, priory of, 11, 214, 216, 217, 218, 220, 221

Bradford-on-Avon, 25, 100

Bradley, Maiden, canons of, 149

Bradpole (Dors.), chap. of, 77

Brakspear, Sir Harold, 94

Bramshaw (Hants), 170

Branch and Dole, hund. of, 1, 180, 199

Brandeston, John of, 104

Brandon, D., 30

Braybrooke, Wm. of, 77

Breamore House (Hants), 123

Brewer, see Harrison (Ric.)

Brickett, Thos., 168, 171 n, 173

Bridport, Giles of, Bp. of Sar., 74, 77

Briggs, John, 133, 153

Bristol, 14, 124, 125, 126, 127, 129, 132, 172

Bristow, Ric., 181 n; —, inn-keeper, 181 n

Britford, 18, 28, 71, 72, 175; and see Harnham, East, and Longford

Brittany, 127, 128

Brock, David, 220; Geo., 219, 220; John, 219

Brock (John) & Sons, millers, 220

Brodgate, Thos., 149

Brodie, Wm. Bird, 122, 123, 143

Broke, see Willoughby de Broke

Brook, John, 25; John (son of John), 25

Brown (Browne), John (fl. 1455), 27; John (fl. 1671), 202; Mary, 32; Thos., 171

Bruges (Belgium), 127

Brun, Ernold, 95

Brunel, I. K., 184

Brunsdon, Jos., 203

Buckland (Berks.), 185

Buckley, Maj.-Gen. E. P., 123

Budesterne, see Biddestone

Building Material Co., 188

Bulbridge, Agnes of, 21; Sabar of, 21

Bulbridge, in Wilton, 1, 28, 29, 30, 35; ch., 31; man., 9, 207; Marsh, 20; meadows, 18, 19, 25; mill, 20, 21

Bulford, 132, 148

Burch, Jas., 168; Sam., 170, 174

Burcombe, South, 1, 23, 26, 28, 30; and see Ugford

Burden, see Burdon

Burdens Ball, in Fugglestone, 1, 20, 41, 43, 44; Farm, 33, 37, 39

Burdet, Eliz., w. of Rob., 9; Eliz., m. Sir Humph. Stafford, 9; Hen., 9; John, 9; Rob., 9; fam., 9 n, 31

Burdon (Burden), Cecily, m. Thorpe, 41; John, 41; Mary, 41; Nic., 41; Rob., 41; Wm., 131; fam., 41, 131

Burgh, Eliz. de, 216

Burleton, Rob., 205

Burnet, Gilb., Bp. of Sar., 120, 121

Burney, Fanny, 156

Burrough, John, 205

Burry, Edith, 43; Hen., 43, 152

Byrte, Wm., 181

Cachemaille-Day, N. F., 49

Cade's Rebellion, 102

Calais (France), 47, 124, 127

Caledon, Earl of, see Alexander

Calne, 62, 128

Cambridge, Wm., 126

Cambridge, 5, 12

Cambridgeshire, 169

Camelford, Baron, see Pitt (Thos.)

Campbell, Mrs., schoolmistress, 143

Campion, Hen., 43

Camville, Geof. of, 9; Hen. of, 9; Ric. of, 9; fam., 9 n, 31

Cannings, Bishop's, 219

Canterbury, Abp. of, 7, 155; and see Chichele, Sheldon

Cantilupe, Wm. de, 62

Capelyn, John, 215

Capon, John, Bp. of Sar., 145, 149

Carent, Wm., 85

Carey, Francis, 205

Carlisle, Bp. of, see Waldegrave

Carnegie, And., 115, 143

Caroë, W. D., 211

Caroline, Queen of George IV, 122

Carpenter, Miss C. M., 202; Miss C. T., 202; Miss F. A., 202; John Sebastian, 145; Jos., 201

Carswell, in Buckland (Berks.), see Buckland

Castlehaven, Earl of, see Touchet

Caswall, Revd. Edw., 200, 210

Catherine , ship, 127

Cator, Thos., 128

Cecil, Jas., Earl of Sar. (d. 1683). 66; Rob., Earl of Sar. (d. 1612), 64, 65, 66; Wm., Earl of Sar. (d. 1668), 65

Cervington, David, 43; fam., 43

Chaffyn, Thos., 82, 99 n, 104, 126

Chalfield, Great, 186

Chalke, Broad, 33; and see Stoke Verdon

Chamberlain, Geof. (fl. 1196), 41; Geof. (fl. 1242), 41; Hugh, 42; Rob., 42; fam., 41

Chambers, Sir Wm., 7

Chandler, John, Bp. of Sar., 102; John, burgess, 11; Jos., 218; Ric. (d. 1657), 32; Ric. (fl. 1780), 218; Thos., 218

Channel Islands, 127

Channons, Ric., 201, 208 n

Chaplin, Wm. Jas., 123

Chaplin & Horne, carriers, 123

Chardstock, Wm. of, Canon of Sar., 41

Charles I, King, 37, 47, 75, 118

Charles II, King, 18, 22, 78, 106, 107, 223, 224

Charlinch (Som.), 204

Charlotte, Princess, 144

Chatfield, Revd. R. M., 220, 226

Chedworth, Baron, see Howe

Cheese, John, 70; Steph., 86; Wm., 70 n

Cheke, Rob., 64

Cherhill, 145

Chertsey (Surr.), abbey of, 48

Chester, Earl of, see Avranches and Ranulph

Chester, honour of, 214

Cheyney (Cheyne), Francis, 42; John, 215; Sir John, 102; Kath., see Berkeley; Werburgh, m. Sir Wm. Compton, 42

Chichele, Hen., Abp. of Canterbury, 94

Child, Thos., 134

Chilmark, 226

Chios (Greece), 127 n

Chippenham, John, 86

Chippenham, 131

Chipper fam., 84

Chisenbury, in Enford, 119

Chisledon, Ric. of, 20

Chitterne, Edw., 99; John, 56

Chitterne, 104

Cholderton, Rector of, 199

Chowne, Nic., 28

Chubb, Sir Cecil and Lady, 183

Church Patronage Society, 189

Clapham, Sir Alfred, 62

Clarence, Duke of, see Plantagenet

Clarendon, Earl of, see Hyde

Clarendon, 53, 56, 60, 119, 120; Palace, 124; Park, 26, 79

Clareton, Geof., 41 n; Ric., 41 n

Clarges, Sir Thos., 173

Clark (Clerke), Jas., 189; Wm., 216

Clatford (Hants), 172

Clement, Marg., 21, 25; Wm., 21, 25

Clerke, see Clark

Clifford, Hen., 41, 44

Cnut, King, 53

Cobbett, Wm., 122

Cobden, Ric., 123

Coberley, Wm., 183

Coggan, R. F. S., 205, 207, 209

Coke, see Cook

Coldwell, John, Bp. of Sar., 103

Cole, John, 27; Wm. (fl. 14th cent.), 127; Wm. (d. by 1673), 177

Colkyng, Wal., 27

Collins, Ben., 142; Ben. Chas., 143; Wm., 142

Collis, Wm., 202

Colonia (Sarum) Ltd., 130, 131

Combe, Castle, 8 n

Compton, Hen., 44, 45 n; Sir Hen., 42; John, 64, 125; Jos., 207; Thos., 56; Werburgh, see Cheyney; Sir Wm., 42

'Compton', 60

Compton Chamberlayne, 28, 104 n, 119

Conant, John, 148, 150

Constable, John, 76

Constantinople, 76

Cook (Coke, Cooke), Ant., 157; Maria, 170; Thos., 24, 82, 102, 104, 127, 128

Cooksey, Thos., 170, 174

Coombe Bissett, 28, 158

Coombs, J. G., 93

Cooper, Ant. Ashley, Earl of Shaftesbury (d. 1683), 119, 120; Revd. Edw., 203, 207; John (fl. 1790), 200; John (? another), 203; Mary, 203; Rob., 169, 174

Cope, Sir John, 224; Sir Wm., 224

Corbet, Gabriel, 126

Corfe Castle (Dors.), 28

Cormaile, Wm., 127, 135 n

Cornere, Wm. de la, Bp. of Sar., 189 n

Cornwall, Earl of, see Edmund, Richard

Corvesire, Austin le, 186

Cotel, see Cottle

Coterel, Hugh, 27; Wm., 27

Cottle (Cotel), Sir Elias, 214; Dr. Jas., 189; Marg., 214; Ric., 214; fam., 214

Cotton, Hen., Bp. of Sar., 103

Coulston, East, 66, 209

Courtenay, Sir Hen., 102

Coventry, Thos., Lord, Keeper of the Great Seal (d. 1640), a son of, 78

Coxe, Wm., 48

Cray fam., 20

Crede, Ant., 25; Geo., 25; Hen., 21, 24, 25, 28; John (fl. 1530), 25; John (fl. 1600), 25; Ric., 21, 25; fam., 25

Creete, see Critz

Crekemere, John, 125

Crew, Phil., 137

Criour, Maud, 189; Steph. le, 189, 190 n

Critz (Creete), Emanuel de, 6

Crocker, John le, 13

Crockerton, in Longbridge Deverill, 221

Cromwell, Oliver, 106; Thos., 103

Croome, Wm., 187

Croscombe (Som.), guild of St. Anne, 215, 218

Croye, Jas., 217

Cullinge, Thos., 201, 206

Cullingham, the Misses, 194

Cumberland, Duke of, see Ernest Augustus

Cumberland, 104

Curgenven, Thos., 202, 205

Curll, Wal., Bp. of Rochester, 47

Curwen, S., 200

Cusse, John, 200

Cutler, Revd. Jas., 176

Cynric, King of the West Saxons, 52

Dacre, Giles, 28

Damerham, South (Hants, formerly Wilts.), 2

Daniel, Sam., 6; Wm., 216

Daniel, moneyer, 62

Danton, John, 48

Darby, —, brickworker, 188

Dartford (Kent), priory of, 29

Dartmouth (Devon), 126, 127

Daubeny, Hen., 54 n

Davenant, John, Bp. of Sar., 90, 118, 150; John (fl. 1663), 90; Wm. 90

Davenport, Martha, 189

Davis, W. E., 207

Davye (later Davies) fam., 207

Dawe, Rob., 190

Dawkins, Hen., 110

Day, John (d. 1574), 217, 218; John (fl. 1650), 218; John (d. 1753), 218; fam., 218

De Caux, Isaac, 6, 7; Solomon, 6, 7

Deare, Thos., 202

Defoe, Dan., 6, 89, 200

Denham, Alice, 147

Denison, Edw., Bp. of Sar., 148, 150, 192

Denshull, Ric., 215

Dent, A. G., 188

Dereham, Elias of, 74, 76

Despenser, Hugh le, 214

Devereux, Rob., Earl of Essex (d. 1646), 118

Deverill, Francis Drake, 189

Deverill, Hill, 104, 127, 150

Deverill, Kingston, 203, 206

Deverill, Monkton, 203

Devizes, 26, 27, 62, 116, 143; cast., 54; co. court at, 16, 22, 28, 96

Devonshire, 104, 140

Dew, Chas., 91, 207

Deye, Frances, 185; John, 185

Dillington, Chris., 27

Dinsley, W. H., 160

Ditchampton, in Wilton, 9, 19, 20, 23, 26, 30, 35; ch., 29, 31; meadows, 19, 20; mill, 21; waterworks, 5

Ditton, Humph., 21, 119

Donaldson, St. Clair Geo. Alfred, Bp. of Sar., 155

Dorchester (Dors.), 8, 14, 39, 173

Dorset, 42, 130

Douglas, Revd. A. T., 154; Alex. Hamilton, 10th Duke of Hamilton, 92; Wm., 11th Duke of Hamilton, 92

Dove, Francis, 119

Downton, John, 203

Downton, 107, 169, 227

Drake, Wm. le, 80

Dudley, John, Duke of Northumberland (d. 1553), 211; Rob., Earl of Leicester (d. 1588), 99

Duke, Agnes, 216; Alice, 218; Revd. Edw. (d. 1852), 214; Revd. Edw. (d. 1895), 215, 219, 220; Edw. (fl. 1890), 220; Geo., 215, 216, 217, 218; Jane, 215; John (fl. 1570), 216; John (d. 1671), 213, 217, 218; Mic., 215, 218; Rob., 220; fam., 215, 221

Dun, Wm. le, 55

Dunn's Farm Seeds Ltd., 131

Dunstanville, Wal. de, 54

Durnford (Durneford), Ric. de, 195; Wm. of, 54 n

Durnford, Great, 28, 195, 202, 207 n, 213, 217, 223; man., 8 n; nonconf., 226; sch., 227; and see Netton, Newtown

Durnford, Little, 38, 39

Dutton, Wm., 20

Dyer, Wal., 33

Dyke, David Tom, 160

Ealla, moneyer, 62

Earle, Bridget, 66, 202, 203, 204; Dr. John, Bp. of Sar., 204; Wm. Benson, 169, 179

Earlsman, Ric., 158, 176, 177

East India Company, 128

Easton, J., 180

Easton Royal, priory of, 148

Ebbesborne Wake, 33

Ebble, riv., 2, 8

Ecton, John, 210

Edgar, King, 8, 207

Edgehill, battle of, 118

Edginton, J. W., ironfounder, 131

Edington, 102

Edmund, Earl of Cornwall (d. 1300), 8, 11

Edmund, son of Aiulf, 41

Edward the Confessor, King, 53, 62

Edward I, King, 8, 9, 16, 17, 61

Edward II, King, 8, 9, 17, 101

Edward III, King, 9, 10, 16, 126

Edward IV, King, 9, 10, 100, 102, 127, 134

Edward VI, King, 74, 149, 212

Edward VII, King, 40, 75, 144, 183

Edward, moneyer, 62

Edward Augustus, Duke of Kent (d. 1820), 144

Edworth, Steph. de, Sheriff of Wilts., 55

Egerton, Francis Thos., 185

Egmont, Earl of, see Perceval

Eisenberg, Baron, 7

Ela, Ctss. of Sar. (d. 1261), 94

Eleanor of Provence, Queen, 13

Eliot (Elliott, Elyott), Isaac, 23; Isabella, 202; Dr. John, 202; John, 202; Nic., 202; Sir Ric., 99, 104; Rob., 205; Thos., 66

Elizabeth I, Queen, 134, 147

Ellary, Arabella Eliz. Ray, 176

Elliott, see Eliot

Ellmer, Hen., 137

Elyott, see Eliot

Enford, 42

Erneley, Ant., 92, 93; Isabel, m. H. Uvedale, 93

Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland (d. 1851), 144

Errington, Gerard, 224, 226; Hen., 224; Marg., see Green; Ninian, 224

Essex, Earl of, see Devereux

Estcourt, Giles, 84, 99 n, 104, 128, 152; Sir Giles (son of Giles), 84, 152, 154

Eston, Wm. (fl. 1473), 102; Wm. (fl. 1493), 135 n

Ethelred II, King, 53

Ethelwulf, King, 7

Eugenius III, Pope, 51–2, 54

Eustace, son of King Stephen (d. 1153), 54

Evans, Kath., 157

Evelyn, John, 6, 7, 89

Everard, Beatrice, 200; John, 64, 198, 200; —, bailiff, 198

Everett, Jos., 137; Mr. and Mrs. —, 167

Everett, Seward and Co., bankers, 83

Exeter (Devon), 130, 132, 135; cath., 62; diocese, 169, 170

Eyre, Chris, 84, 128, 149, 169, 171 n; Douglas, 179; Francis, 78; Hen., 119; John, 175; Ric., 151; Rob., 169; Sam., 169; Thos., 128, 149; Wm. (fl. 1648), 146; Wm. (fl. late 17th cent.), 90; fam., 84, 128, 150

Fabyan, Wm., 20

Falk fam., 20

Fancourt, Sam., 32

Farrant, R., 40

Farrington, F. C., 204

Fawcett, Hen., 87

Felde, John (or Webb), 126; Thos., 127

Feltham (Peltam), Wm., 42

Fenne, John atte, 27; Rob., 27

Ferrers (Ferris), Edw., 185, 189; Hen., 185, 187

Fidion (Pheidion), Wm., 76

Fiennes, Celia, 6, 89

Fifield Bavant, 8 n

Finch, Wm., 183; Dr. Wm. Corbin, 40, 182, 183, 191; fam., 183, 192

Fisher, John (fl. 1501), 185 n; John, Archdeacon of Berks., 76; R. F., 184

Fisherton Anger, 15, 26, 28, 32, 37, 41, 71, 113, 114, 123, 127, 128, 180–94, 214, 217; agric., 186–7; almshouses, 194; asylum, 40, 181, 183–4; boundaries, 180; brickworks, 70, 187–8; Bridge, see Salisbury; chap., 192; char., 189, 194; chs., 189–92; Dominican Friary, 181, 187; epidemics, 188; fishery, 187; gallows, 41, 183; gaol, 56, 108, 119, 181, 182; gas supply, 184; gasworks, see Salisbury; Harcourt Bridge, 181; houses, 91, 182–3, 187; inc., 186; ind., 187–8; Infirmary, see Salisbury; inns, 181, 182 n; malthouses, 187; man., 184–5, 186, 194; Maundrell Hall, 191; mills, 90, 186, 187; nonconf., 159, 192–3, 212; nurses' home, 183; poor relief, 188–9, 193–4; pop., 181; rly. sta., see Salisbury; rlys., 181, 184, 188; roads, 180–1; Rom. Cath., 192; St. Paul's Home, 184; schs., 50, 161, 162, 166–7, 168, 194; Summerlock Bridge, 181; water supply, 184

Fisherton Anger & Bemerton Water Works Co., 117

Fishlake, Ric., 189

Fitz Gerold, Rob., 214

FitzHamon, Wm., 54, 55

Fitz Warin, Ivo, 9; Jacquetta, 9, 27; John, Duke of Bedford, 9; Wm., 9; fam., 9

Fletcher, Mary, 170

Flood, A., 157

Flooks, John Harris, 33, 35

Florence (Italy), 126

Florey, Ric., 147

Folkestone, vcts., see Bouverie

Folliott, Revd. F. W., 154

Fonthill, 92, 144

Ford, Hen., 33

Ford (Winterbourne Ford), in Laverstock, 79, 88, 195, 203, 207

Forhead & Goodhind, brickmakers, 187

Forman, Sim., 41, 184

Fort, Ann, 170; Geo., 203

Forward, Sam., 190

Foster, P. R., 204

Fouke, Rog., 136 n

Fowler, Dr. Ric., 91, 143; Mrs. —, 115 n

Fox (Foxe), Chas., 120; Charlotte Eliz., 48; John (martyrologist), 183; Sir Steph., 177; Wm. le, 13, 27

Frampton, Dr. Mat., 224

France, 53, 127, 129

Frank, John, 185

Fraunceys, Rob., 186

Frederick Augustus, Duke of York (d. 1827), 122

Freeman, Thos., 104, 125, 127

Fricker, John, 174, 177

Frome (Som.), 25

Frost, John, 133 n

Frowd, Edw. (d. by 1720), 84, 170, 171, 175; Edw. (d. by 1863), 171

Fry, —, benefactor, 175

Fugglestone St. Peter, 1, 5, 15 n, 20, 21, 37–50, 199, 207; agric., 43–46; almshouses, see Wilton, hosps. of St. Giles and St. Mary Magdalene; boundaries, 38; bridge, 4, 39; char., 50; chs. 46–49; fairs, 18; Farm, 44–45, 46; gas supply, 23; houses, 40–41; inc., 45; ind., 46; mans., 41–43; mills, 46; nonconf., 49; pop., 38; rlys., 39; roads, 38, 39; Rom. Cath., 49; schs. 49–50; tilting ground at, 41; and see Bemerton, Burdens Ball, Quidhampton

Fulford, Geo., 177; John, 49

Furnival, Joan, m. Thos. de Neville, 216; Thos. de, 216; Thomasine, 216; Wm., 216

Furz, John, 32

Fussell and Co. Ltd., 131

Futcher, Rob., 188; —, timbermerchant, 188

Gage, Ric., 125, 127 n, 133

Gardiner, Thos., 169, 171 n, 172

Gascony, 14, 126

Gastard, in Corsham, 55

Gauntlett, John, 171 n, 173; Wm., 28;— (fl. 1700), 66

Gaveston, Piers and his w. Marg., 8–9, 17

Gawthorne, Edw. Wilkes, 169, 171

Genoa (Italy), 127

George I, King, 188

George II, King, 110

George III, King, 130, 144, 151

George IV, King, 78

George V, King, 222

Gerberd, John, Sheriff of Wilts., 55

Germany, 128

Gerold, Rob. fitz, 214

Gerrish, R., 92

Ghent, Sim. of, Bp. of Sar., 77, 86, 101, 135

Ghost, Wm., 177

Gibbon, Brig. J. H., 206

Gibbs, H. J., 204

Giffard (Gifford), Jos., 171 n, 173; Miss — (headmistress), 143 n

Gilbert, Adrian, 6; John, 54 n; Rob., 27

Gimson, Ernest, 216

Gladstone, W. E., 49

Glastonbury, Rob. of, 55

Glenconner, Lord, see Tennant

Glide, Elias, 26; fam., 26

Gloucester, 129, 151

Gloucestershire, 42

Glover, Reynold, 78

Glynne, Sir Steph., 191

Goddard, M., 130; — (fl. 1700), 66

Godfrey, Marg., 185 n; Ric., 185 n

Godmanstone, Rob., 148, 149; fam., 150

Godric, thegn, 184

Godric, moneyer, 53, 62

Godwine, moneyer, 53, 62

Goldrun, John and his w. Joan, 18, 21

Goldsmiths, London Company of, 135

Goldstone, Hen., 99 n

Goldus, moneyer, 53

Goman, Thos., 169, 170, 174

Goodhind (or Gooden), Mrs., 187

Gordon, Mrs. B. V., 204

Goring, Geo., Lord Goring (d. 1657), 118

Gower, Stanley, 146

Grafton, Thos., 128; fam., 128 n

Graham, Messrs., furniture dealers, 191

Grantham (Lincs.), prebendary of, 200, 201, 202

Gravener, Eliz., 208

Gray, Jas., 218; John, 25; Wal., 24, 25; Wm., 25, 42; fam., 25

Green (Greene), Francis, 224; Gabriel, 224; John, 204; Marg., m. Gerard Errington, 224; Wm., 224

Greenhill, John, 120

Greenup, Dr. Ric., 188

Gregory, Geo., 187; H. G., 187; — (fl. 1874), 193

Greville, Lady Anne, 201; Hon. Louis, 183, 223, 224, 226

Grey, Edw., Vct. Grey of Fallodon, 123, 214

Griffin, Jas., 188; John, 188

Grimstead, Adam of, 42; And. of, 42; John of (d. 1288), 41, 42, 45, 223; John of (fl. 1338), 42; John of (d. 1362), 42; Ric. of, 223; Wal. of, 41; fam., 29, 41, 42

Grimstead, West, 41, 42, 45, 169

Grobham, Joan, m. John Howe, 42; John, 42; Sir Ric., 42, 43, 45

Grove, Col. Hugh, 119

Grovely Forest, 1, 8, 12

Guernsey (Channel Islands), 125, 127, 128

Guildford (Surr.), 14

Gullick, W. F., 188

Gwyn, Nell, 130, 206

Gys, Reynold, 126; Wm., 126

Haddesley, John, 157, 158

Hadrian, Emperor, 52

Hake, Wm., 208

Hall, John, 83, 102, 104, 125, 126, 127, 150; Osmund, 21; Thos. (fl. 1484), 27; Sir Thos. (fl. 1536), 21; Westley, 32, 159, 192

Halswell, Anne, 211; Hugh, 202, 211; Mallet, 202, 204

Hamilton, Duke of, see Douglas (Alex. and Wm.)

Hamilton, E. W. T., 123; Wal. Kerr, Bp. of Sar., 123

Hamme, Alice, 153 n; Thos., 153 n

Hammond, Lieut., 67

Hampden, Edm., 185; Sir John, 182, 185, 189; Kath., 185; Marg., 189; Margery, see Popham; Thos., 185

Hampden (Bucks.), 185

Hampshire, 42, 126, 128, 166

Hampton, John, 104

Hancock, Thos., 85

Handley, Revd., A. B., 190, 192

Harbin, John, 160

Harcourt, Wm., 176, 181 n

Hardgill, Edw., 104

Harding, Herb., 170; R. C., 188; Thos., 126; Wm., 188

Harnell, Wm., 135

Harnham, East, in Britford, 26, 27, 71, 72, 175; almshouse, 171, 172; sch., 167–8

Harnham, West, 26, 28, 43, 71, 72, 91, 123, 131, 136, 156; mill, 46, 181; nonconf., 160; sch., 168

Harnham Bridge, 3, 4, 15, 61, 62, 77, 79, 80, 81, 87, 88, 124

Harnham Down, 20

Harnham Hill, 69

Harold I, King, 53

Harold, Wm., 149

Harpeham, Wm., 223

Harpenden, Galiena of, 104 n; Steph. of, 104 n; Thos. of, 104

Harris, Frances, 185; Geo., 157; Jas. (fl. 17th cent.), 185; Jas. (d. 1780), 75, 78, 142; Jas., Earl of Malmesbury (d. 1820), 78, 185 n, 186; Marg., m. Gabriel Ashley, 185; Sarah, m. (1) Wm. Hayter, (2) Hen. Southby, 185, 194; Wm., 185

Harrison, Maud, 190; (or Brewer) Ric., 190; Miss —, schoolmistress, 137, 194

Harthacnut, King, 53

Hartley, L. P., 222

Harvey (Hervey), Sir Eliab, 201; Ralph and his w. Juliet (fl. 1270), 21; Ralph and his w. Maud (fl. 1287), 21; Wal., Archdeacon of Sar., 43, 101; Wm., 200 n; — (fl. 1086), 8; Master — (fl. 1228), 144, 204; — (fl. 1700), 66; fam., 21

Harwood fam., 178

Haskett, Steph., 157

Haskins, Chas., 86

Hatch, in West Tisbury, 176 n

Hatcher, Hen., 48, 64, 89, 137, 144, 179, 180

Hatter (Hattere), And. le, 135 n; Ric. le, 103 n, 135

Hatton, Sir Chris., 103

Haversham, Hen., 21; Hugh of, and his w. Joan, 41; Nic., 54

Hawes, John, 48; Sam., 35

Hawkins, Wm., 216

Hay, Thos., Earl of Kinnoull (d. 1758), 66

Hayes, Thos., 25

Hayne, Ric., 104, 135 n

Hayter, Sarah, 185, 194; Thos., 185; Wm. (fl. 1747), 185; Wm. (d. by 1797), 185, 186; fam., 91

Hayward, Geo., 43; Sir Roland, 43, 46; fam., 26

Heale, Dr., 78

Heale, in Woodford, 195, 217, 222, 227; man., 223–4; House, 224–5; meadows, 225; mills, 226

Hearst, Caroline, m. Hen. Penruddock Wyndham, 145; Edw., 145

Heathcote, Capt. Gilb., 224; Revd. Sam., 224

Hemingby, Alex. of, 76, 77

Henchman, Humph., Bp. of Sar., 92; Thos., 150; Wm., 92; fam., 92

Hendy, Steph., 134

Heneage, Sir Thos., 103

Henry I, King, 9, 10, 13, 16, 43, 53, 54, 62

Henry II, King, 10, 54, 55, 62, 184, 217

Henry III, King, 8, 10, 14, 15, 54, 59, 75, 94, 101

Henry IV, King, 9, 10, 101

Henry V, King, 10, 17

Henry VI, King, 9, 10, 18, 102

Henry VII, King, 17, 18, 179, 224

Henry VIII, King, 10, 56, 76, 100, 149, 181

Henry, Prince of Wales (d. 1612), 76

Herbert, Anne, Ctss. of Pembroke (d. 1551); 207; Cath., Ctss. of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1856), 29, 30, 31; Eliz., Lady Herbert of Lea, 34; Geo., 40, 41, 47–48, 49, 166; Geo. Augustus, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1827), 31; Geo. Rob. Chas., Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1895), 35, 49; Hen., Earl of Pembroke (d. 1601), 6, 105; Hen., Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1750), 7, 27, 31, 32; Hen., Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1794), 7, 46; Mary, Ctss. of Pembroke (d. 1621), 6; Phil., Earl of Montgomery, Earl of Pembroke (d. 1650), 6, 118, 119, 206; Phil., Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1669), 92; Phil., Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1683), 24; Reginald, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1960), 40 n, 207; Rob. Hen., Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1862), 5, 19, 39, 49, 207; Sidney, Lord Herbert of Lea (d. 1861), 29, 31, 39, 42, 192; Sidney, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1913), 27; Thos., Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (d. 1733), 6, 22; Wm., Earl of Pembroke (d. 1570), 3, 6, 9, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 29, 30, 31, 41, 45, 46, 92, 198, 204, 205, 207, 209; Wm., Earl of Pembroke (d. 1630), 47, 66, 204, 216; fam., 9, 28, 31, 123

Herford, Eliz., 225; John, 225

Herman, Bp. of Sar., 60

Herriard (Hants), 170

Hertford, earls of, see Seymour

Hertlington, Rog., 42

Hervey, see Harvey

Hewett, Geo., 211

Hews, Wm., 34, 35, 36

Heytesbury, 27

Hill, Eliz., 201, 206; Francis, 145; John, 201, 206; Ric., 201, 206; Thos., 201, 206

Hill (Wm.) and Son, organ-builders, 147

Hillary, Ant., 145

Hilley, Master, 201

Hoadly, Ben., 120; John, Archdeacon of Sar., 120, 121

Hoare, Sir Ric. Colt, 10, 21, 198, 214

Holbein, Hans, 6

Hole, Thos., 43

Holland, 126

Holmes (Homes), Elias, 105, 126; John, 193

Homington, John of, 95 n

Homington, 28, 149

Honorius, Emperor, 52

Honorius III, Pope, 61

Hooper, John, 104

Hopton, Ralph, Lord Hopton (d. 1652), 118

Hore, Wm., 125

Hosier, John, 125

Houghton Hall (Norf.), 6

Houton, see Howder

Howard, John, 182

Howder (or Houton), Geo., 27

Howe, Joan, see Grobham; John, 42; John, Lord Chedworth (d. 1742), 42; John, Lord Chedworth (d. 1781), 46; John, Lord Chedworth (d. 1804), 42; Sir Ric. Grobham, 42

Hudson, W. H., 67

Hugh, landowner in Wilsford, 214

Hughes, Dr. John, 189; Thos., 189; Wm., 25

Hulatt, John, 157

Hulse, E. H., 123; Hon. Edith Maud, 183

Hume, J., 142; Revd. Thos. Hen., 139; Canon—, 109

Hungerford, Sir Ant., 41; Rob. of, 42, 43, 77; Sir Thos., 102; Wal., 76; fam., 150

Hunt, Wm., 157

Hussey, Thos., 82; Wm., 82, 108, 109, 121, 171

Hutchins, Giles, 99, 103; Steph., 203; Wm., 218

Hyde, Alex., Bp. of Sar., 224; Ann, 176; Edw., Earl of Clarendon (d. 1674), 147, 224; Sir Fred., 176; Kath., 224; Laurence (fl. 1549), 190; Sir Lawrence, 118, 224; Lawrence (son of Sir Lawrence), 224; Sir Rob. (d. 1665), 74, 118, 119, 224; Rob. (d. 1721), 224, 226; Dr. Rob. (d. 1723), 224; fam., 223

Hygienic Dairy Society Ltd., 131

Iceland, 125

Imber, 155

Invicta Leather Works, 130

Inwell, Ric., 126 n

Ippele, Hugh of, 47; Wm. of (fl. 1297), 47; Wm. of (fl. 1306), 47

Ireland, 125, 126

Ireland-Blackburne, Major, 206

Isabel of Augoulême (d. 1246), 8

Isembard, Clarice, 20; Joan (fl. 1249), 20; Joan (fl. 1316), 20; John (d. by 1249), 20; John (fl. late 13th cent.), 14; Ralph, 20; Rob., 20; Wm., 10, 12, 20, 42; fam., 18, 20, 21

Isleworth (Mddx.), 147

Ivie, John, 72, 82, 112, 119, 151; Mrs.—, schoolmistress, 143

Ivinghoe (Bucks.), incumbent of, 147

Ivychurch, in Alderbury, prior and priory of, 42, 43, 45, 104, 208

Jacob, Jas., 45; fam., 78 n

James I, King, 103, 147

James II, King, 22, 106, 120

James, Chas., 202, 203, 205

James of Poole, caravel, 127

Japan, 225

Jay, Ric., 99; Steph., 48

Jeffry, —, benefactor, 175

Jermine, Phil., 204

Jervoise, Geo. Purefoy, 122; Thos., 170

Jewel (Jewell), John, Bp. of Sar., 75, 103; Ric., 104

John, King, 8, 10, 13, 55, 61, 94; as Count of Mortain, 59

John the Mariner, 136

Johnson, Francis, 156; Sam. (lexicographer), 224

Jole, Rob., 187; Rog., 187

Jones, Inigo, 6, 7

Kareville, Rob. de, 151

Katharine of Aragon, Queen, 31, 76, 100

Kayser, Wm., 27

Kelly, Joan, 215; John, 215

Kent, Duchess of, see Victoria Mary

Kent, Duke of, see Edward Augustus

Kent, Ric., 190

Kenton, Francis, 121, 176

Keyhaven (Hants), 138

King, Capt. C., 215; Rob., 169

Kingston, Nic. of, 9

Kingston-on-Thames (Surr.), 7

Kinnoull, Earl of, see Hay

Knoyle, Rob. of, 85 n, 124

Knoyle, East, 34, 205

Knoyle, West, 173

Lacock, 94, 189

Lainston (Hants), 27

Lake, Eliz., 178; Mary, 169, 174; fam., 131

Lake, in Wilsford, 51, 195, 211 n, 216, 217, 220, 227; agric., 217–19; chap., 214, 221; cloth ind., 219; House, 215; man., 215–15; pop., 219; sch., 221

Lambard, John, 216; Wm., 216

Lambe, Sir John (fl. 1641), 66, 209; John (fl. 1656), 66

Lambert, Edm. (fl. 1715), 122; Dr. Edm. (will 1878), 175, 189, 194; John, 156

Lampard, Sam., 203; Sarah, 33, 36

Lane, Jane, 178; John, 157

Langdale, Sir Marmaduke, 118

Langstaff, Sarah, 35

Lansdale, Jas., 157

Lansdowne, Marquess of, see PettyFitzmaurice

Larkhill, in Durrington, 132

Laurenz, see Lawrence

Laverstock, 28, 71, 72, 92, 169, 195, 199; and see Ford

Laverstock Farm, in Stoke Abbott (Dors.), 177

Lawrence (Laurenz), Nic., 36 n; Thos., 48

Leaver Bros., basket-makers, 131

Lee, Eliz., 169

Lee, in Romsey (Hants), 166

Leicester, Earl of, see Dudley (Rob.)

Leicester (Leycestre), Agnes, 190; Thos., 190

Leicestershire, 90

Leland, John, 4, 28, 56, 60, 61, 63, 65, 67, 87, 88, 89, 140

Lely, Sir Pet., 206

Leofstan, moneyer, 53

Leofwold, moneyer, 53

Lestraunge, Alice, Ctss. of Sar., 214; Elias, 214

Levesham, John, 104

Levinz, Mary, 224

Levric, moneyer, 62

Lewis, Barnaby, 42; Thos., 110

Leycestre, see Leicester

Lightfoot, Wm., 125, 127

Lincoln, Earl of, see Roumore

Lincoln, cath. of, 74

Lincolnshire, 128

Lisle, Sir John, 82

Liswicz, Hen., 101

Litton Cheney (Dors.), 173

Locker-Lampson, G., 124

Loder, Sir Edm. Giles, 216, 224; Giles, 216, 217, 221, 224, 226, 227; John Pinkney, 218, 219; Sir Rob., 216, 224; fam., 218

Loders (Dors.), priory of, 77

Lodge, Sir Oliver, 214

London, John of, 136

London, 10, 12, 27, 112, 119, 129, 132, 135, 141, 169, 185, 201, 206, 207, 208; Albert Hall, 219; Basinghall St., 171, 173; Blackwell Hall, 128; International Exhibition (1862), 130; Lincoln's Inn, 42, 104, 128, 145; St. Clement Dane's. 34; trade with, 126, 128

Long, Hen., 96 n; John, 219; Rob., 104

Longespée (Lungespe), Margaret, Ctss of Sar., 9; Nic., Bp. of Sar., 74; Wm., Earl of Sar. (d. 1226), 74, 94; Wm., Earl of Sar. (d. 1250), 184; Wm., Earl of Sar. (fl. 1267), 54; fam., 55

Longford, in Britford, 43; cast., 6, 118, 120, 144

Longstock (Hants), 48

Lonsdale, Earl of, see Lowther

Lord, Wm. (fl. 1384), 104; Wm. (fl. 1424), 63

Love, Rob., 126

Lovibond, Jos. W., 131, 214, 215, 216, 219; Miss — (fl. 1897), 219

Lowe, Edw., 185; Geo. (fl. 1627), 185; Geo. (fl. 1639), 185; John, 185, 189; Ric., 185, 187, 189

Lowther, Wm., Earl of Lonsdale (d. 1872), 206 n

Lucas, Eliza, 189

Lucius III, Pope, 221

Lucy, Rob. de, 54, 55

Ludgershall, Ric. of, 101

Ludlow, Edm., 118; Wm., 104, 127, 150

Lungespe, see Longespée

Lush, Edm., 182 n; Dr. J. A., 123; Wm., 182 n

Lushill, Nic. of, 54

Lusignan, Hugh de, Count of La Marche, 8; Isabel, see Isabel of Angoulême

Luxton, Frank, 132 n

Lydiard, Bishop's (Som.), 42

Lyme Regis (Dors.), 118

Lymington (Hants), 100, 124, 126

Lymminge, Ellen, 65; John, 65

Lyons, John, 150, 151

Lytcott, Giles, 206

Lyttelton, Geo., Lord Lyttelton (d. 1773), 66

Mabely, Wal., 147

McGill, Mr. and Mrs. C., 204; Major C., 211

Mack, Edm., 158, 159; John, 25; fam., 25

Macklin (Jas.) and Son, cutlers, 130

Madras (India), 200

Maffey, Jos., 201, 206

Maidment's Publicity Ltd., 191

Maitland, F. W., 51

Malebranche, Nic., 48

Malines (Belgium), 31

Malmesbury, Earl of, see Harris (Jas.)

Malmesbury, Wm. of, 53, 56, 60

Malmesbury, 8, 25, 51, 54, 62

Mannyng, Thos., 190

March, Hen., 151

Marche, La, Count of, see Lusignan

Marchy, Wm., 135

Marden, 8 n

Marest, Abbé Jean-Baptiste, 156

Mariner, John the, 136

Marlborough, 16, 56, 62, 72, 211

Marmion, Phil., 9

Marsh, John, 205; M. H. 123; Canon Mat., 76, 123; Rob. Sutton, 169, 174

Marston Meysey, 27

Martin, Nic., 126, 128

Martineau, Denis, 78

Mary I, Queen, 31, 134

Mary, dau. of Edward I, 8, 9, 17

Mary, Abbess of Shaftesbury, 54

Masci, Hamon de, 184, 214

Mason, Thos, 63

Massinger, Phil., 6

Mathews, Eliz., 189

Maton, Geo., 108; Jos., 203, 205, 209; Dr. Wm., 108 n

Maud, Empress, 54

Mauduit, Rob., Sheriff of Wilts., 55

Mauncell, Geof., 135

Maunder, Thos., 212

Maundrel, J. H., 191; John, 183

Maurice, Prince (d. 1652), 118

Mawarden, Ric., 205

Maximilian of Modena, Archduke, 144

Maynerd, Wm., 96 n

Mazarin, Jules, Cardinal, 6

Mears, C. & G., bellfounders, 49

Mears & Stainbank, bellfounders, 192

Mease, Thos., 35, 36

Melksham, 131

Mendip Hills, 39, 52

Mercer, Wm., 89

Merchant Adventurers of England, Company of, 128

Merchant Tailors of London, Company of, 137, 224

Mere, 4, 104

Merifield, Chris., 207

Meriot, Geo., 149

Mervin, Geo., 171 n, 173

Metford, Ric., Bp. of Sar., 94, 147

Middlesex, 169

Middleton, Dr. A. B., 114, 115

Milford, 26, 69, 70, 71, 72, 79, 91, 95, 113, 114, 136, 138; bridge, 88; the Butts, 115; Farm, 93; Hill, 69, 79, 144; inc., 63, 93; man., 92–3, 195, 198; meadows, 92; mills, 90; nonconf., 159, 160; par., 71, 72, 199; rly. sta., 184; tithes, 145; and see Bishopsdown

Mill, Thos., 30

Mills, Agnes, 184

Mitchell, Thos., 202; —, Lt.-Gen., 189

Moggeridge, Leonard, 85; Wm., 85

Molton, South (Devon), 119, 154

Mompesson, John, 27; Sir Thos. (fl. 1680), 66, 78, 120; Thos. (fl. 1701), 78

Moner, John, 125, 126

Monmouth, Duke of, see Scott

Mons, John le, 27

Montagu (Montague), Eliz., 214; John de, 214; Thos., 214; Wm. de, Earl of Sar., 93–4, 214

Montebourg (Normandy), abbey of St. Mary, 77

Montfort (Montford), John de, 214; Sim. de, 12

Moody, Thos., 202

Moore (More), John, 157; Wm. (d. 1420), 134; Wm. (fl. 1822), 130

Moore Bros., shoemakers, 130

Mordaunt, John, 185 n

More, see Moore

Morgan, Phil., 104

Morris (Morrice), Rog., 7; Wal., 188

Mortain, Count of, see John, King

Motcombe (Dors.), 66

Mouffet, Thos., 9

Mozley, Thos., 199

Mulle, Ric. atte, 125

Mulpy, Vincent, 135 n

Mundy, John (of Wilton), 27; John (of Stratford), 60; Thos., 207

Musgrove, John, 104

Nadder, riv., 1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 13, 19, 20, 21, 38, 39, 40, 69, 180, 181, 186, 187

Naish, Giles, 111; Ric., 154; Thos 77; W. J., 192; Wm., 70, 183; fam., 27

Naish (E. V.), Ltd., feltmakers, 27

Napier, Thos., 188

Neave, —, mill owner, 187

Nedler, John, 125; Thos. le, 13; fam., 207

Nelson, Frances Eliz., Ctss. Nelson (d. 1878), 185; Hen. Edw. Jos. Horatio, Earl Nelson (living 1962), 185; Horatio, Vct. Nelson (d. 1805), 211; Horatio, Earl Nelson (d. 1913), 185

Nesbit, Josiah, 211

Nestlé and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co., 131, 188

Netheravon, 8 n

Netherhampton, 1, 21, 23, 26, 28, 39, 72; ch., 29, 30

Netherlands, 128

Netton, in Durnford, 223

Neville (Nevill), Helen, 170; Joan, see Furnival; Maud, m. John Talbot, 216; Thos. de, 216

Newall, Arthur, 216

Newham, Francis, 175

Newman, John, 85 n; Rob., 27

Newton, Ambrose of, 20

Newton, South, 1, 24, 28, 37, 44, 128; char., 35; ch., 32; gas supply, 23; mill, 18

Newtown, in Durnford, 195

Nicholas I, Tzar, 144

Nicholas, Prior of St. Denys, Southampton, 208

Nicholas, Sir Edw., 119; John, 28; Oliver, 37

Nightingale, J. E., 37

Nimeguen, Arnold of, 31

Normandy, 62

Normanton, in Durnford, 213, 214, 217

Norreys, see Norris

Norrington, in Alvediston, 84

Norris (Norreys), John, 47, 48; Wal., 217

Northumberland, earls of, 43; Duke of, see Dudley (John)

Northwood (Isle of Wight), 189

Norwood, Thos., 192

Nosuch fam., 20

Nowes, John, 166

Noyes, Ann, 144; Sarah, 144; Mrs. —, schoolmistress, 163

Nug (le Nugghe), John le, 92; fam., 83

Nunton and Bodenham, 158

Nyweton, Rob. de la, 195

Odstock, 8 n, 26

Ogden, Thos., 129, 139

Ogden, Bowles and Wyndham, bankers, 139

Okedene, Eliz., 182; Ric., 182

Olding, Jack, 226; Jos., 226

Oram fam., 131

Orange, Prince William V of, 144

Orfevre, Wm. le, 14

Orleans, Duke and Duchess of (later Louis Philippe, King of France and Maria Amelia), 144

Osbern, moneyer, 62

Osmund, St., Bp. of Sar., 51, 60, 61, 62, 133, 135, 136, 200

Oswulf, Bp. of Sonning, 7

Otway, Thos., 181

Oxford, 18, 69

Packer, Thos., 125

Paco, Thos., 43

Page-Roberts, the Misses, 179

Pain, Ric., 85

Palton, de, John, 214, 218; Rob. (I), 214; Rob. (II), 214; Rob. (III), 214; Wm., 214, 215

Parbary, Kate, 49

Parham (or Wiseman), Jas., 201, 202

Paris (France), Luxembourg Palace, 7

Parker, Florence E., 183 n; Frances Emily, 183

Parry, Ant. (d. by 1604), 213; Ant. (fl. 1636), 202

Parsons, Thos., 208

Parsons (S. H.) and Co., leather merchants, 130

Partridge, Rob., 216; Wm., 216; fam., 216

Patmore, Coventry, 76

Pavely, Wal., 54

Payne (Payn), John, 126; Ric., 125; fam., 79

Pearson, Hugh Nic., Dean of Sar., 207

Peltam, see Feltham

Pembroke, earls of 9, 28, 29, 41, 42, 43, 47, 123; and see Herbert

Peniston, Thos., 156; fam., 156

Penn, Wal., 157

Penruddock, Edw. (of Ivychurch), 104; Sir Edw. (of Compton Chamberlayne), 104 n; Geo., 104; John (fl. 1587), 99; John (d. 1655), 119, 213

Penston, Edm., 104

Pepper, Col. G. N., 160

Pepys, Sam., 67, 81

Perceval, John, Earl of Egmont (d. 1770), 66

Perhaunt, John, 135

Perot, Beatrice, 42; Isabel, 42; Ralph, 42; Reynold, 42

Perry, —, benefactor, 159

Pestur, Hen. le, 95

Petty-Fitzmaurice, Hen. Chas. Keith, Marquess of Lansdowne (d. 1927), 123

Petyte, Nic., 203

Peverell, John of, 214

Pewde, Eliz., 203; John, 203

Pewsey, 46

Pheidion, see Fidion

Philip II, King of Spain, 31

Philip, J. B., 31

Philippa of Hainault, 9

Phillips, Hen., 158; — (fl. 1700), 66

Picot, John, 27; Rob., 95 n

Pierce, Edw., 6

Piers, John, Bp. of Sar., 94

Pike, John, 188

Pilkington, Wm., 87

Pinkney (Pinckney), John (fl. 1655), 48; John Day (fl. 1766), 216, 218; Phil. (fl. 1648), 48; Phil. (fl. 1832), 216, 218; Rob., 218; fam., 218

Pinnock, John (14th cent. weaver), 125; John (14th cent. tailor), 134; Ric., 81, 89; Wm., 81

Pitman, Edm., 205

Pitt, Essex, 205; Harriet, 205; Rob., 112, 122, 200, 201, 202, 205, 206, 209; Thos. (d. 1726), 66, 67, 200, 201, 205, 206, 209, 211, 212; Thos. (d. 1761), 66, 67, 201, 205; Thos., Lord Camelford (d. 1793), 201, 205; Thos., Lord Camelford (d. 1804, 63, 66, 201, 202, 207; Wm., Earl of Chatham (d. 1778), 201, 205; Wm. (d. 1806), 122; fam., 200, 202

Plaitford (Hants, formerly Wilts.), 42

Plantagenet, George, Duke of Clarence (d. 1478) and his w. Isabel, 9

Plogenet, Alan, 187

Plymouth (Devon), 126

Pole, John, 28

Poleter, le, Rob. and his w. Godeline, 186

Polhill, Edw., 224; Sim., 224

Pollard, John, 181

Polton, see Poulton

Ponting, C. E., 147

Poole, Sir Giles, 9, 207; Nic., 46

Poole (Dors.), 28, 126, 127

Poore, Edw., 121; Herb., Bp. of Sar., 61; Ric., Bp. of Sar., 52, 61, 74, 75, 81, 90, 94, 144, 202

Pope, John, 216; Sir Thos., 224

Popes, see Boniface IX, Eugenius III, Honorius III, Lucius III

Popham, Hen., 29, 185; Joan, 185; Marg., see Read; Margery, m. Thos. Hampden, 185; Steph., 185, 189

Popley, Joan, 111, 112, 169, 171, 172, 173

Port, John a, 104, 125, 126, 127

Portehors, Hervey, 10

Porter, Jas., 155, 156; Mary, 156

Portman, Thos., 127

Porto Venere (Italy), 31

Porton, in Idmiston, 157, 158, 219

Portugal, 126

Pothecary (Potycary), Geo., 187; fam., 25

Potter, Rob., 155

Potycary, see Pothecary

Poulton (Polton), Edith, 94; Edw., 203, 206; Mary (of Kingston Deverill), 203, 206; Mary (of Monkton Deverill), 203; Thos., 94; Wm. (of Kingston Deverill), 203, 206; Wm. (of Stratford), 202; — (fl. 1650), 204 n

Pountenay, Wm., 4

Powell, Sir Alex., 107; Edw., 76; Hugh, 76, 189; John, 176

Poynder, Thos. Hen. Allen, 169

Prater, John, 105 n

Pratt (Prat), Ric., 27; Thos., 104, 105

Préaux, de, Hen., 41; Ingram, 41

Procter, W. C., 190–1

Prussia, Crown Prince (later Frederick III, Emperor of Germany), 144

Prussia, Crown Princess of (Victoria, Princess Royal), 144

Puckeridge, Sir John, 103

Pugin, A. W. N., 83, 156

Pulter, Rob. le, 124

Puxton, John, 104, 151

Quarles, John (I), 185, 187; John (II), 185; Judith, 185

Quidhampton, in Fugglestone, 1, 4, 21, 23, 25, 26, 37, 71; agric., 44, 45–46; bridge, 64; estates, 40, 41, 42, 43; inns, 40; mills, 24, 40, 44, 46; nonconf., 49; par, 38, 49; pop., 38; village, 39–40, 41

Radnor, earls of, see Bouverie

Raleigh, Sir Wal., 6

Rammell, T. W., 114

Ramsbury, Bp. of, 64

Ramsbury, 7, 52, 60

Randall fam., 26

Randolf, Thos., 87; Wm. (I), 104; Wm. (II), 104

Rank, J. V., 226

Ranulph, Earl of Chester, 214

Rasch, Major D. A. C., 223; Mrs. —, 223

Rawlence, Jas., 35, 36; John, 219; fam., 35

Ray, Mic., 26; fam., 25

Raymond, Mat., 185, 187, 189

Read (Reade, Rede), G. R., 183 n; Marg., m. Steph. Popham, 185; N. R., 183 n; Nic., 185; fam., 90

Reading (Berks.), 18, 48

Rede, see Read

Reeve, J. A., 155

Restwold, John, 224; Ralph of, 224; Ric., 224

Rhoades, —, joiner, 137

Richard I, King, 8, 10, 55, 59, 61

Richard II, King, 10, 101

Richard, Earl of Cornwall (d. 1272), 8, 10, 13

Richard, Hen. son of, 217

Riddlesden, W. V., 185

Robert the dispenser, 9

Robert, Rector of St. Thomas's chap., Sar., 147

Roberts, Jas., 127 n; Dr. John, 183

Robson, Wm., 31

Rochester, Bp. of, see Curll

Rodes, Edw., 171 n, 173

Rodman, John (fl. 1460), 13, 25; John (fl. 1539), 25; Ric., 25; fam., 25

Roger, Bp. of Sar., 51, 54, 57, 61, 200

Roger, Succentor of Sar., 214

Rolf, builder, 83

Rome (Italy), 31

Rookesby, Ralph, 119, 120

Rose, J., 200

Rothon Radiators Ltd., 131

Roubiliac, L. F., 31

Roumore, Wm. de, Earl of Lincoln (fl. 1140), 214

Round, J. H., 51

Rowe, Hen., 130

Rowe, Moore and Moore, shoemakers, 130

Rowland, F. A., 131; Rob., 225; Thos., 225

Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry, 179

Ruald the constable, 54

Rudhall, Abraham, 151

Russell, Abraham, 12

Ryder, G. R., 123

Sacheverell, Dr. Hen., 121

Sadler, Sir Thos., 76

Saebode, moneyer, 53

Saeman, moneyer, 53

Saewine, moneyer, 53

Saffery, John, 158, 212

Sainsbury (H. R. & S.) & Co., 187

St. Barbe (Seinbarbe), Hugh, 127 n; Thos., 151, 152; Wm., 84, 145, 151, 152, 154

St. John, Wm. de, 54, 55

St. Lo, Agnes, 215; Edw., 224; Sir John, 224; Nic. de (fl. 1384), 190; Nic. (fl. 1450), 215

St. Lucar (Spain), 127 n

Salisbury, Edw. of, Sheriff of Wilts., 54, 214; John of (d. 1180), 63; John (14th cent. wine importer), 126 n; Patrick of, 1st Earl of Sar. (d. 1168), 53, 54, 64, 214; Wal. of, 54; Wm. of (fl. 1142), 54, 214; Wm., Earl of Sar. (fl. 1189), 55

Salisbury, Archdeacon of, 75, 186, 190

Salisbury, Bp. of, 17, 28, 29, 31, 33, 51–52, 53, 54, 63, 64, 65, 69, 82, 92–93, 94–95, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101–3, 105, 117–18, 119, 120, 121, 124, 129, 132, 133, 138, 139, 140, 145, 147, 148, 149, 152, 154, 169, 185, 189, 195, 198, 201, 209, 214, 215, 220, 223; and see Aiscough, Anderson, Audley, Barrington, Beauchamp, Bingham, Bohun, Bridport, Burnet, Capon, Chandler, Coldwell, Cornere, Cotton, Davenant, Denison, Donaldson, Earle (John), Ghent, Hamilton (W. K.), Henchman (Humph.), Herman, Hyde (Alex.), Jewel, Longespée (Nic.), Metford, Osmund (St.), Piers, Poore (Herb. and Ric.), Roger, Scammell, Shaxton, Walter (Hubert), Ward, Wordsworth, Wyle, Wyville

Salisbury, Dean and Chapter of, 43, 63, 66, 69, 75, 140, 147, 148, 169, 181, 184, 185–6, 187, 194, 201, 202, 204, 206, 207, 209, 210, 213, 220

Salisbury, earls of, 214, 216, 217; and see Cecil, Longespée, Montagu (Wm.), Salisbury (Patrick and Wm. of)

Salisbury, New, 3, 14, 15, 27, 69–180; almshouses, 77, 78, 79, 80, 84, 88, 89, 90, 93, 106, 128, 144, 168–71, 172, 173, 177, 186; arms, 179–80; army at, 132; Assembly Rooms, 83; boundaries, 69–72, 117
-, bridges, 87–88, 89; Ayleswade br., 69, 88; Black br., 89; Crane br., 79, 82, 87–88, 100, 110; Fisherton br., 87, 88, 100, 107, 110, 136; Friars' br., 110; Ivy br., 82, 89, 100; Lyon br., 110; Milford br., 88; Pudding br., 88, 136; St. Thomas's br., 79; Skew br., 40, 91; and see Harnham Bridge
-, Bugmore, 80–81, 92, 112, 113, 114, 115, 118, 131; 'Buntys place', 85; cath., 9, 30, 69, 72, 74–5, 94, 118, 144, 208, 215, 216; chap. of St. John, 77, 88; char., 106, 109, 158, 159, 168–78, and see almshouses; Chartism, 123
-, chs., 144–55; ch. of St. Edmund, 76, 97, 120, 124 n, 125, 133, 134, 135, 141, 144, 145, 149, 151–4, 171, 173, 174, 175, 177, 184; ch. of St. Francis, 155; ch. of St. Mark, 154–5; ch. of St. Martin, 69, 144–7, 151, 152, 155, 174, 175, 177, 184, 204, 209, 210; ch. of St. Osmund, 80; ch. of St. Thomas, 69, 76, 81, 97, 102, 121, 134, 135, 147–51, 152, 153, 172, 175, 184
-, Close, 69, 70, 71, 72–79, 105, 106, 113, 114, 117, 118, 119, 136, 140–1, 144, 148, 152, 156, 169, 176; Council Ho., 84, 87, 96, 97, 106–7, 108, 109, 116, 117, 120, 121, 139, 154, 192; crosses, 79, 85, 86, 121; De Vaux Coll., 77; Diocesan Training Coll., 76, 163, 164, 165; education, 115, 117, 143, 161–2, and see schs.; electricity supply, 90; entertainments, 141–2; epidemics, 72, 81, 89, 97, 100, 106, 112, 114, 162; fairs, 98, 140–1, 152; Friars Preachers at, 61, 80, 186; the Friary, 80; Further Education, Coll. of, 92; gallows, 95; gaols, 95–6, 105, 108, 121, and see Fisherton; gas supply, 111, 116; gasworks, 184
-, gates, 75, 88–89, 100; Bishop's, 75; Castle St., 88–89, 119; Harnham, 75; High St., 75, 78, 81, 119; St. Ann's, 75, 78; Winchester St., 88–89
-, Greencroft, 85, 115, 123, 140, 152; guild merchant, 97, 124, 132–3; Guildhall, 70, 87, and see Council House; Bishop's Guildhall, 86, 87, 95, 97, 121, 157; guilds (craft), 81, 97, 133–7, 145, 149, 152–3; Hamilton Hall, 143; hosps., 81, 112, 115, 117, 200, and see Infirmary
-, houses, 70–1, 75–84, 86, 91, 117; Arundells, 156; 'Aula le Stage', 76–7; Belle Vue, 84, 91; Braybrooke Ho., 77; Choristers' Ho., 77; Church Ho., 70, 82; Cradock Ho., 80; 'the Crane', 82; Croft Ho., 84; Friary Court, 80; Hemyngsby, 76; Hungerford Chantry, 77; Joiners' Hall, 80; Leadenhall (Leyden Ho.), 76; Loders, 77; Malmesbury Ho., 75, 78, 142; Mompesson Ho., 75, 78; Montague Villas, 91; Myles Place, 78; North Canonry, 76; Old Deanery, 76; 'Old Ho.', 82; the Paragon, 91; the Priory, 70, 80; Sherborne Ho., 76; South Canonry, 76, 78; Vicar's Hall, 77; Walton Canonry, 78; Wardrobe, 76; Windover Ho., 80; 'Wren Hall', 77
-, housing estates, 91–92
-, ind. and trade, 124–32; brick making, 187–8; cloth, 125, 127, 128, 129, 133–4, 141; cutlery, 130; dairy produce, 131; engineering, 46, 131; fish, 124, 125–6, 140; general trade, 125, 126, 127–8, 131–2; lace, 130; leather, 130–1, 135, 137; malt, 131, 187; shipping, 127; timber, 188; tourist trade, 132, 144; wine, 126; wool, 124–5, 127, 129; and see guilds, craft
-, Infirmary, 35, 112, 183, 225
-, inns, 78, 80, 81, 83, 84, 86, 107, 141, 142; 'Catherine Wheel', 79; 'Crown', 81; 'George', 81; 'George and Dragon', 82; 'King's Arms', 82; New Inn, 82, 126; 'Pheasant', 84, 137; 'Red Lion', 79; 'White Hart', 70, 82, 155; and see Fisherton
-, libraries, 74, 84, 115, 143
-, local govt., 94–100, 105–17; assembly, 80, 86, 90, 96–100, 135, and see council; bailiff, 88, 95, 101, 103, 104, 110, 138, 139, 180; chamberlains, 80, 97, 98, 106, 108, 109, 110; charters, 88, 94–95, 101, 102, 103, 105, 106, 117, 119, 124, 136, 138, 140; coroners, 95, 99; council, 105, 107–12, 113–17, 120, 122, and see assembly; directors of highways, 89, 110–11, 113, 114, 116; local board, 91, 114–16; mayor, 95, 96, 97–98, 99, 101, 102, 103, 105, 107, 108, 109, 121, 133, 135, 139, 178–9, 180, 184; officers, 95, 97–99, 105, 106, 108, 109, 113, 115, 116, 119, 179; property, city, 80, 81, 82, 84, 85, 87, 90, 97, 101–2, 107, 108–9, 110, 115, 116, 118; quarter sessions, 105, 107, 113; recorder, 99, 105, 110, 113, 118, 119, 121, 180; statute merchant, clerk of, 99, 104, 179; steward, 103, 119, 120, 180; town clerk, 98–99, 104, 105, 110, 113; and see boundaries, Council Ho., gaols, police, poor relief, sewage disposal, water supply
-, Market Place, 70, 85–7, 110, 117, 118, 121, 130, 132, 138, 139, 140, 142, 143; markets, 17, 79, 85, 94, 101, 102, 107, 108, 109, 121, 124, 138–40; Martin's Croft, 84; mills, 90; Mizmaze Hill, 114; 'Myrifeld', 69; museums, 135, 137, 143, 200; newspapers, 142–3; nonconf., 32, 33, 49, 156–61, 162, 173, 193; palace (bishop's), 75
-, par. of St. Edmund, 69–70, 71, 82, 83–5, 108, 111, 145, 147, 157, 164, 175–6, 177, 178; par. of St. Mark, 145, 210; par. of St. Martin, 69, 71, 79–81, 92, 108, 111, 144, 145, 147, 159, 164, 169, 170, 174–5, 177, 178; par. of St. Thomas, 69, 71, 81–3, 85, 108, 111, 144, 147, 163, 175, 177, 194, 209
-, picture gallery, 84; police, 83, 92, 113, 115; poor relief, 100, 111–12, and see workhouses; pop., 72; Post Office, 82; rly. station, 184; rlys., 87, 91, 123, 131, 132, 140; Rom. Cath., 49, 163, 155–6; St. Edmund's Coll., 84, 85, 104, 117, 121, 142, 144, 151, 152, 204, 209
-, schs., 50, 76, 77, 81, 82, 87, 92, 100, 117, 137, 143–4, 156, 158, 159, 161–8; cath. (choristers') sch., 75, 76, 77; Godolphin sch., 76, 143 n; sch. of Science and Art, 115, 142, 143
-, seals, 178–9; sewage disposal, 80, 89–90, 114–15, 117; stocks, 87, 105; street-lighting, 110, 111
-, streets, 70–71, 79–86, 91–92; Avinch St., 82; Back Lane, 180; Barnard St., 79, 140; Bedwin St., 84, 116; Bell-founder's St., 80; Bishop's Walk, 72, 75, 76, 77; Blue Boar Row, 70, 86, 87, 141; Brown St., 70, 79, 80, 81, 90, 114, 115, 126, 130, 131, 156; Bugmore Lane, 80; Butcher Row, 85, 86, 113, 115; Carter St., see Catherine St.; Castle St., 69, 70, 81, 82, 83, 85, 86, 89, 110, 115, 117, 118, 125, 130, 135, 143, 144; Catherine St., 70, 71, 81, 82, 85, 86, 90, 110, 119, 130, 143; Chipper Lane, 80, 82, 84, 115, 116, 143; Choristers' Green, 74, 75, 78, 79; Cooks' Row, 86; Cordwainer Row, 86; Cow Lane, 84; Crane Bridge Rd., 180; Crane St., 70, 80, 82, 111; Culver St., 70, 80, 112; De Vaux Place, 77; Dolphin St., 70, 80; Drakehall St., see Exeter St.; Endless St., 70, 81, 83–84, 89, 110, 115, 116, 118, 130, 133, 135, 137, 142, 143, 144; Exeter St., 70, 75, 77, 79, 80, 81, 89; Exeter Terrace, 70; Fish Row, 85, 86; Fisherton St., 70, 131, 180, 181, 183, 187, 188; Friars' St. or Friary Lane, 70, 80, 81; Gigant St., 70, 80, 83, 135, 146; Greencroft St., 70, 83, 85; Guilder Lane, 80, 83; Harcourt Bridge Rd., 181, 183; Harcourt Place, 181; High St., 81, 82, 83, 88, 90, 100, 135, 163; Hog Lane, 84; Ironmonger Row, 86; Ivy Place, 70, 82; Ivy St., 82, 89; Little Culver St., 80; Love Lane, 80, 135; Melemonger St., see Greencroft St.; Milford Hill, 91, 131; Milford St., 79, 82, 110, 130, 134, 135, 137; Milford Way, 116; Mill Rd., 180, 181, 183, 188, 192; Minster St., 81, 82, 85, 136; New St., 79, 82, 110, 115, 135, 143; New Canal, 70, 71, 79, 82–83, 90, 131, 142, 143; North Walk, 72, 76, 77, 78; Nuggeston, 83; Oatmeal Row' 85, 86; Ox Row, 85, 86; Paynes, Hill, 79, 82; Pennyfarthing St., 70, 83, 131, 134, 137; Pot Row, 86 n., 125, 138; Poultry St., see Silver St.; Queen St., 81, 83, 86; Rampart Rd., 70, 89, 91; Rollestone St., 83, 99, 111, 114, 135, 137; Rosemary Lane, 78, 156; Russell Rd., 131; St. Ann St., 70, 79 80, 81, 82, 89, 90, 110, 112, 114, 135, 137, 143, 144; St. Edmund's Ch. St., 83, 116; St. John's St., 81, 82; St., Martin's St., see St. Ann St.; St. Martin's Ch. St., 70, 79, 89; St. Nicholas St., 77; St. Thomas's Square, 131; Salt Lane, 80, 83 n, 84, 137; Scots Lane, 81, 83, 84; Silver St., 81, 82, 110, 130, 131; Smith's Row, 86; Tanner St., see St. Ann St.; Trinity St., 70, 79, 89; Tuttebelles St., 80; Water Lane, 181; West Walk, 74, 76, 78; Wheeler Row, 86; Winchester St., 70, 79, 84, 86, 89, 90, 110, 116, 126, 131, 135, 145; Wyneman St., see Winchester St.
-, theatres, 142; Theological coll., 78; Victoria Park, 115; water supply, 114, 117, 184; watercourses, 79, 80, 82, 88–90, 92, 100, 110, 114–15, 133, 136, 152; workhouses, 80–81, 82, 84, 87, 91, 100, 111–12, and see Fisherton, Milford

Salisbury, Old, 7, 8, 51–67, 195, 207, 209; bridges, 64; burgages, 66–67; cast., 16, 51, 53–60, 199; cath., 56, 60–62, 74; chaps., 56, 58, 59–60, 67; chs., 53, 65; cross, 64; fair, 62; gaol, 16, 56, 59; guild merchant, 62; markets, 62–63; mills, 52, 64–65; mint, 53, 62; Parl. rep., 66–67; seal, 63

Salisbury Plain, 38, 40, 94, 132

'Sarum', 93–94

Salter, And., 215

Sampford Peverell, Wal. of, 214

Sampford Peverell (Devon), 214

Sanger, Wm., 33, 160

Santype Ltd., typefounders, 131

Saunders, W. C., 201; Mrs. — (fl. 1895), 201

Scamell, Thos., 91

Scammell, Wal., Bp. of Sar., 152

Seinbarbe, see St. Barbe

Scocche, John, 84 n

Scott (Scot), Sir Geo. Gil., 74, 154; Jas., Duke of Monmouth (d. 1685), 78, 120; Thos., 126; fam., 84

Scout Motors Ltd., 46, 131

Scudamore, Pet. of, 54 n; fam., 29

Seagrim, Wm., 33, 35

Sedgemoor, battle of, 78

Sedgwick, John, 152

Sefara, moneyer, 62

Seguyn, Vitalis, 47

Seliman fam., 20

Semley, 131

Seymour, Edw., Earl of Hertford (d. 1552), 43; Edw., Earl of Hertford (d. 1621), 65; John, Duke of Somerset (d. 1675), 177; Rob., 43; Wm., Earl of Hertford (d. 1660), 118

Shadwell, Eleanor, 189

Shaftesbury, Abbess of, see Mary

Shaftesbury, Earl of, see Cooper (Ant.)

Shakespeare, Wm., 94

Shapwick (Dors.), 174

Sharp, Jarvis, 25; Steph., 25; Wal., 25; Wm. (fl. 1511), 25; Wm. (fl. 1626), 26, 31; fam., 25, 31

Shaxton, Nic., Bp. of Sar., 47, 102, 103

Sheffield (Yorks.), 163

Sheldon, Gilb., Abp. of Canterbury, 155

Shepton Mallet (Som.), 32

Sherborne (Dors.), 14, 18, 119; abbots of, 76; Bp. of, 52, 64; cast., 54, 57, 59 n; see of, 60

Sherfield, Hen., 153

Shergold, Rob., 157

Sherrington, 8 n

Shiel, Lt.-Col. F. P. St. Maur, 203

Shirle, Wal., 105

Shottesbrook, Hen. of, 55

Shrewsbury, Earl of, see Talbot (John)

Sidney, Mary, m. Hen. Herbert, Earl of Pembroke (d. 1601), 6; Sir Phil., 6

Silton (Dors.), 131

Simper, Mr. — (fl. 1874), 193

Simpson, Geo., 143

Sireman, Rob., 27; fam., 20

Skutte, Bridget, 224; John, 224

Skylling, Mic., 27

Sloane, —, Independent minister, 158

Slow, Edw., 6, 37

Sluys (Netherlands), 127 n

Smith, Edw., 169; Rob., 201; Sam., 147; Thos., 176; Wm., 178; —, 18th-cent. benefactor, 178; —, 18thcent. schoolmistress, 143; fam., 20

Snook, E., 207; W. J., 207; fam., 207

Somerset, Duke of, see Seymour (John)

Somerset, 42, 126, 128, 140, 166

Sonning, Gilb. of, 223

South, Rob. (d. by 1540), 202; Rob. (d. c. 1549), 182, 202, 204, 216

Southampton (Hants), 14, 24, 104, 118, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 140, 170, 173, 184; prior and priory of St. Denys, 28, 42, 43, 45, 64, 65, 208, 209; recorder of, 104

Southby, Hen., 185; Sarah, see Harris

Southern Command, 1, 39, 132, 183

Spain, 126, 127

Speed, John, 70, 89, 180, 183, 198

Spencer, Ric., 101, 104, 126

Spenser, Edm., 6

Spicer, Hen., 104; John (fl. 1345), 124 n; John (d. 1556), 183

Spinckes, Nat., 146

Spraggs, Ric., 158

Squarey, R., 40

Squire, John, 203; Sam., 202

Stafford, Eliz., see Burdet; Sir Humph. (d. 1419), 9; Humph. (fl. 1547), 31; fam., 9 n, 31

Stamford, Stampford, see Stanford

Stane, see Stone

Stanford (Stamford, Stampford), Rob., 205; Wm., 205, 211

Stanmore (Mddx.), 189

Stanning, moneyer, 62

Stanton St. Bernard ('Staunton'), Rector of, 11

Stavely, John, 134

Stephen, King, 15, 54, 61, 77

Stevens (Stephens), Frank, 179; T. O., 201; Wm. (fl. 1467), 27; Wm. (fl. 1656), 119

Stirchley, Wal. of, Sheriff of Wilts., 64, 65

Stocks, W. F., 207

Stoke Verdon, in Broad Chalke, 216

Stone (Stane), John atte (d. by 1361), 64; John (fl. 15th cent.), 128; Pet. de la, 54 n; Wm., 119

Stonehenge, 144, 214

Stonehenge Woollen Industry, 209, 219

Storey, Mrs. —, 19th-cent. schoolmistress, 163

Stourton, Chas., Lord Stourton (fl. 1553), 85; John, Lord Stourton (d. 1462), 28, 56, 85; John, Lord Stourton (d. 1485), 85

Stratford-sub-Castle, 28, 38, 44, 51, 52, 60, 71, 72, 85, 194, 199–213, 219; agric., 208–9; boundaries, 199; bridges, 199; chap., 144, 204, 209, 210, 211; char., 212–13; ch., 145, 147, 209–12; houses, 199–200, 202, 203; inc., 63, 208; inns, 200; Manor Ho., 201–2; mans., 66, 69, 198, 200–208; Mawarden Court, 200, 206, 210; mills, 64, 65, 90, 205, 209; nonconf., 212; Parsonage Farm, 205; pop., 199; prebend, 63, 203, 204, 210; Prebendal Ho., 203–4, 210; schs., 212; and see Avon, Salisbury, Old

Stratford Tony, 2, 8 n, 28, 170

Strawberry Hill (Mddx.), 31, 78

Strickland, John, 152, 153, 157

Strudwell, John, 45; Ric., 45; Rob., 45

Stukeley, Wm., 67

Stykeberd, John, 127

Suffolk, 169

Sumption, Rob., 30, 33, 34, 35, 36

Surman, Geo., 130

Sutton, Hen., 181; Job, 209; John, 192; Rob., 170, 173, 174

Sutton Benger, 190

Swallowfield, John, 157

Swanton, Francis, 121, 122, 170, 171 n, 172; Wm., 78

Swayne, Chrystian, 150; Ellis, 206; H. J. F., 200; Hen., 150; Jas. (15thcent. merchant), 150; Jas. (19thcent. benefactor), 35, 36; Wm., 102, 104, 125, 127, 134, 149, 150, 151, 152

Swayneston (Isle of Wight), 8 n

Sweyn, King, 8, 53

Swindon, 72

Syndlesham, Agnes, 223, 224; Rob. of, 223, 224; Thos., 224

Tabor, Alfred, 207; Fred., 188

Taillour, Tailor, see Taylor

Talbot, Geo., 216; Gil., 216; John (of Trowbridge), 85 n; John, Earl of Shrewsbury (d. 1453), 216; Maud, see Neville; Wm. Davenport, 189; Wm. Hen. Fox, 189

Taleworth, de, Mary, 214; Rob., 214

Talman, John, 163, 189

Tamar, riv., 140

Tarrant, Rog. (fl. 1585), 26; Rog. (fl. 17th cent.), 26; Wm., 26; fam., 26

Tasker and Son Ltd., agricultural implement makers, 131

Tatum, Eliz., 169

Taunton, —, tenant farmer (fl. 1881), 46

Taylor (Taillour, Tailor), Francis, 157; Hugh, 125; Nic., 103, 126; Sir Rob., 87; Thos. (fl. 1675), 157; Thos. (d. by 1695), 170, 171 n, 172

Tebbald, Ralph, 217

Temple Combe (Som.), 169

Tennant, Hon. David, 216; Edw. Priaulx, Lord Glenconner (d. 1920), 123, 214, 215, 216, 218; Pamela, 214, 215, 216; Hon. Steph., 216

Tewe, Wm., 26

Tewkesbury (Gloucs.), abbey of, 43, 45

Teynturer, le, Wm. (I), 81; Wm. (II), 81, 97; fam., 81, 127

Thatcher, Pet., 153

Theobold, John, 217; fam., 214

Thistlethwayte, Alex., 120

Thomas, C., 202; John, 35, 36; Rob., 215

Thompson, Chas., 203; Ric., 203

Thompson (Sam.) & Sons, 187

Thorner, Rob., 172, 173

Thorpe, Agnes, 41; Cecily, see Burdon; Thos., 41

Thring, John, 49

Thurloe, John, 119

Thwaites, Canon E. N., 190, 191

Tidworth, Reynold of, 88, 146, 149, 152; Ric. of, 92

Till fam., 130

Tinney, Wm., 139

Tintometer Ltd., 131

Tirell, Sir Hugh, 201; Isabel, 201

Tisbury, 8, 176, 226

Titstan, cubicularius, 207

Tocotes, Sir Rog., 189

Todd, Revd. Hen., 143

Tollard Royal, 27

Tombes, John, 157

Toogood, see Twogood

Tooker, Bart., 151; Giles, 99, 103, 104, 128, 151, 153

Toovey, Mary, 144; the Misses (19thcent. schoolmistresses), 144

Touchet, Mervyn, Earl of Castlehaven (d. 1631), 82, 111

Townsend, Jas., 203; Wm., 203; fam., 26

Trafalgar, battle of, 107

Tregoze, Rob. of, Sheriff of Wilts., 55

Trenchard, Sir John, 217; Ric., 217; Wm., 217; fam., 218

Trinity , warship, 100

Tropenell, Chris., 186; Giles, 186; Thos. (I), 186; Thos. (II), 186; fam., 181

Trotman, Charity, 205; Nat., 204, 205

Troughear, Dr. Thos., 189

Troughton, Wm., 146

Trowbridge, 27, 72, 85 n, 100

Truro (Cornwall), 143

Tucker, Hen., 105

Tupper, Wm., 190

Turnbull, John, 29

Turner, Ric., 156

Tutt (Tut), Rob., 48; Thos., 31

Twogood (Toogood), Mat., 32; fam., 20, 25

Twyford, John, 25

Uffenham, John, 27

Ugford, in South Burcombe, 1, 9, 25, 30; ch., 31–32; meadows, 19, 20; mill, 20, 21

Underditch, hund. of, 51, 69, 195, 198

United Dairies (Wholesale) Ltd., 131

United States of America, 49

Uphill, Ric., 33

Upton, Alan, 64; John of (fl. 1327), 63; John (fl. 1360), 103; Nic., 76; fam., 64

Upton Scudamore, 29

Uvedale, Hen. (fl. 1491), 28; Hen. (fl. 1540), 93; Isabel, see Erneley

Van Dyck, Sir Ant., 6

Vandenhoff, John, 142

Venice (Italy), 126

Verdun, de, John, 215; Rose, 215; Theobald (I), 215; Theobald (II), 215, 216; fam., 215

Vesey, Ric., 145; Thos., 145

Vickers Armstrong, Messrs., 131

Victoria, Queen, 87, 144

Victoria Mary, Duchess of Kent (d. 1861), 130, 144

Vieuxpont, Rob. de, Sheriff of Wilts., 55, 62

Vincent, J. C., 207, 209

Viner, Wm., 171 n, 173

Viney, Jonathan, 212

Wadham, John, 185

Wadman, John, 203; Susannah, 203 n

Wagstaffe, Sir Jos., 119

Walbronde, John, 211

Waldegrave, Sam., Bp. of Carlisle, 189

Walerand (Walrand), Adam, 18; John, 18; Maud, 187; Rob., 187; Wal., 53, 54

Walker, Ric., 125

Waller, Sir Wm., 118

Wallis, John, 80, 147

Walmesley, Chas., 156

Walpole, Horace, 31

Walsh, Eleanor, 168, 169, 174

Walsingham, Sir Francis, 103

Walter, son of Ingram, 223

Walter, Edw., 216; Hubert, Bp. of Sar., 61; Wm., 125, 133 n

Walton, Isaac, 78; Izaak, 48

Walwick Grange in Haydon (Northumb.), 224

Wanborough, 94

Wansey, Hen., 72, 111 n, 112, 129, 200; — (17th-cent. soldier), 118

War Department, 182

Ward, Seth, Bp. of Sar., 74, 75, 78, 120, 169

Wardell, Col. (fl. 1805), 122

Wardour, Chideock, 64

Wardour, cast., 144, 156

Wareham (Dors.), Priory of, 29

Warminster, Geof. of, 81, 99 n; Wm. of, 27

Warminster, 4, 38, 39, 54, 98 n, 111 n, 118, 132

Warmwell, Rob., 149; Wm., 101, 104, 125, 151

Warnborough, South (Hants), 129 n

Warne, Wm., 159

Warre, Florence Pauline, 49; Francis, 48

Warwick, Wm., 88, 125, 127, 149

Washern, in Wilton, 1, 9, 30, 31; agric., 19, 20; chap., 32; cross, 32; Grange, 7; mill, 21, 24, 25

Waters, Edw., 202; Thos., 202, 203, 206

Watts, Anne, 49; Rob. Rawley, 49

Way, F. R., 49

Wayte, John, 65

Webb, Chris., 147; (or Felde) John (fl. 1411), 126; John (16th-cent. clothier), 128, 150; John (17thcent. architect), 6; John (18thcent. preacher), 159; Wm. (15thcent. merchant), 125, 126, 127, 128; Wm. (16th-cent. clothier), 24, 65, 102, 104; Sir Wm. (fl. 1650), 66; fam., 82, 129

Weeks (Weekes), Chris., 99 n, 104, 128; Wm., 156; fam., 156

Weldon, Jas., 155

Wells, —, bellfounder, 151

Wells (Som.), 27, 211

Wellworthy piston factory, 131

Wesley, Chas., 159; John, 32, 159

West, R., 194

Westbrook, John, 90

Westbury, 105

Westmacott, Sir Ric., 31

Weston, Geof. of, and his w. Juliana, 43; John, 141

Weyhill (Hants), fair, 141

Weymouth (Dors.), 144

Whaddon Farm, in Alderbury, 169, 170

Wheeler, John (fl. 1766), 159; John Cottom (d. c 1870), 159, 177

Whitby, Dan., 150; Ric., 204

Whitchurch, John, 202, 203, 205, 209

White, Gabriel, 128–9; Sir Thos., 106, 129 n, 171 n, 172; Wal., 26

Whitehorn (Whithorne), John, 27; Ric., 27; — (fl. 1872), 193

Whiteparish, 42, 169, 194

Whitesheet Hill, in Donhead St. Andrew, 4

Whithorne, see Whitehorn

Whitley & Co. (engineers), 46

Whitmarsh, Geo., 157, 159

Whittokesmead, John, 28, 104

Whymplere, Ric. le, 70

Wickins, Eliz., 170

Wilcot, 214

Wilkens, Jas., 157

Willesden (Mddx.), 131

William I, King, 9, 53

William II, King, 53

William III, King, 120

William, son of Adam, 223

Williams, Georgina S., 183 n; John, 144

Williams Bros., Messrs., 187

Williams, Messrs. Chas. and Alfred, 187

Williamson, Thos., 201

Williamson and Sons, clockmakers, 131

Willoughby, Chris. (fl. 1545), 21, 24, 36; Chris. (fl. 1676), 145, 171 n, 173

Willoughby de Broke, Rob., 215

Willy, John, 27, 104

Wilton, Gospatrick of, 29; Hen. of, 29; John of, 47; Wal. of, 65; Wm. of, 9

Wilton, 1–37; abbey and abbess of, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 24, 25, 28, 29, 31, 36 n, 37, 41, 43, 46, 47, 54, 207; agric., 18–20, 25; the Almonry, 2; Bellhouse court, 2, 41; borough council, 23; boundaries, 1, 23; bridges, 1, 2, 4, 13, 20; Bulbridge Ho., 4; burgages, 5, 11, 27, 31; carpet ind., 5, 27; Chantry Ho., 4; cholera, 23, 24; chs., 2, 3–4, 5, 10, 11, 15, 16, 20, 22, 28–32; cloth ind., 13, 24–27; common council, 11, 22; coroners, 10; county court at, 15, 16, 22; courts, 12, 21; craft guilds, 12, 13, 26; crosses, 2, 4, 20, 32; electricity supply, 23; fairs, 12, 17–18; Friars Preachers at, 2, 4, 15; gaol, 2, 4; gas supply, 5, 23; Guildhall, 2, 11, 12, 16, 29; guild merchant, 9–12, 13, 19, 28, 31, 36; hosp. of St. Giles, 11, 15, 19, 23, 29, 35, 36, 39, 43; hosp. of St. John, 1, 5, 11, 15, 19, 29, 30, 31; hosp. of St. Mary Magdalene, 2, 5, 30; House, 1, 2, 6–7, 22, 31, 39, 144; houses, 4–6, 28, 34; ind. 12, 15, 24–27; inns, 4, 5, 35; Island House, 5; Jews at, 2, 12; Londonderry Ho., 5; mans., 8–9; markets, 14, 15–16, 17–18, 138; Marsh (Great and Little), 1, 4, 19–20; mayor, 10, 22, 25, 37; mills, 2, 4, 19, 20–21, 24; mint, 8, 15, 53, 62; Moat House, 34; needle-making, 13; nonconf., 32– 33; officers, 10–11, 21, 22; Old Rectory, 4; Park, 19, 20, 21, 31, 34, 38, 39; Parl. rep., 27–28; police, 21; poor relief, 23–24; pop., 1; rlys., 5, 39; Rectory, 5; roads, 2–3, 4, 5; schs., 6–33–34, 35; seals, 36–37; stocks, 5; streets, 1–2, 4, 5, 7, 13, 16, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34; Town Hall, 4; water supply, 5, 23; wine trade at, 14; workho., 24; and see Bulbridge, Ditchampton, Washern

Wilsford, 51, 195, 213–21; agric., 217–19; char., 221; ch., 220–1; houses, 213; mans., 214–17; Manor House, 216; mill, 217, 219, 220; nonconf., 221; pop., 213, 219; prebend, 216–17, 220; sch., 221; and see Lake, Normanton

Wilson, Ric., 42

Wiltshire, Sheriff of, 13, 55, 119, 204

Wilts. and Dorset Bank, 116

Wimborne Minster (Dors.), 128

Wimborne St. Giles (Dors.), 85 n

Winchelsea (Suss.), 56

Winchester, John, 135, 149

Winchester, Bp. of, see Wykeham

Winchester (Hants), 7, 10, 14, 17, 62, 79, 84, 94, 129; Coll., 11; St. Cross hosp., 9, 185 n

Windover, Edw., 174, 175; Wm., 175

Windsor, John of, 90

Wineman, moneyer, 53

Wing, Vincent, 203

Winstan, chamberlain, 207

Winstan, moneyer, 53

Winterbottom, Abraham, 66

Winterbourne Earls, 115, 185 n

Winterbourne Ford, see Ford

Winterbourne Gunner, 202

Winterbourne Stoke, 27

Winterslow, 158, 185

Winzar, John, 114

Wise, Jas., 157; John, 97

Wiseman, see Parham

Wishford, 26, 28

Wodefaude, see Woodford

Wolferson, Thos., 123 n

Wolferston and Smith, ironfounders, 131

Wood, John (d. 1781), 183

Woodcock, — (fl. 1860), 46 n

Woodford (Wodefaude), Gil of, 223; Rob. of, 20, 124, 152; Wm. de, 54 n

Woodford, 3, 28, 51, 69, 138, 195, 198, 204, 214, 218, 221–7; agric., 225; bridges, 222, 225; char., 227; ch., 220, 226; houses, 222–3; inns, 223, 226; man., 223; mills, 90, 222, 223, 226; nonconf., 226–7; pop., 222; prebend, 216–17, 220; roads, 222; schs., 227; and see Heale

Woodlands, John, 116, 169, 171, 174

Woodrow, C. D., 202, 207

Woodville, Ric., and his w. Jacquetta, 9

Woodward, John (d. c. 1731), 194; John (d. c. 1829), 194

Woolcot, Isaac, 226

Woolfrye, Wm., 107

Woolley, J. S., 204, 206

Woolley and Wallis, Messrs., 207

Wootton, see Wotton

Worcester, battle of, 223

Wordsworth, John, Bp. of Sar., 75, 161

Wort, F. H., 49; G. J., 49

Wort & Way Ltd., building contractors, 49

Wotton (Wootton), Chas., 128; Dorothy, 175; John of, Sheriff of Wilts., 55

Wraxall, South, in Bradford, 104

Wreffyn, Ric., 133

Wren, Sir Chris., 74, 77, 78, 170

Wyatt, Jas., 6, 7, 74, 75, 78, 84; T. H., 30, 192, 226

Wykeham, Wm. of, Bp. of Winchester, 147

Wyle, de la, Wal., Bp. of Sar., 124, 151

Wyly, Thos., 125

Wylye, 30

Wylye, riv., 1, 2, 4, 8, 20, 38, 39

Wymond, Wm., 42

Wymund the clerk, 65

Wyndham, Caroline, see Hearst; Cath., see Ashley; Geo., 185; Hen. Penruddock, 84, 122, 145; Col. John, 120, 121, 151; Rob. Hen., 142; Sir Wadham (fl. 1660), 84; Wadham (fl. 1825), 121, 122, 139, 145; fam., 66, 84, 85, 91, 121, 123

Wynne, Wm., 99

Wyville, Rob., Bp. of Sar., 61, 74, 88, 93, 200

Yarmouth, Great (Norf.), 126

Yeovil (Som.), 132

York, Duke of, see Frederick Augustus

York, 124, 129

Young, Edwin, 84; Jas., 204; John (d. 1588), 181; John (fl. 1662), 204; Mary, 181; W. C., 202; Wal., 216



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